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TUESDAY OCT. 13, 1874. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OJtIS DOLLAR i>«r Hqunrtf eftcn lines,first liinertlon,a>nd twkntv-fi \k Rents pei Square tor—fltl subsequent lusertlon. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tlie Constantine will leave t.>r Son Francisco to-morrow. The Orizaba sailed yesterday lor San Francisco. Sixty passengers left by the Orizaba yesterday for San Francisco. The exports from the depot yester day were one hundred und fortv-elght bales of wool. Governor Booth has appointed Cor nelius H. Orattan of this city a No tary Public for Los Angeles county. We acknowledge a call from Mr. Arthur Kearney, one of the editors of the San Bernardino (t'uartfimi. Messages are at the Western Union Teiegraph office for Mr. Phillips from Atlanta, Ga., and J. D. Hunter. Miss K. Rogers has been appointed one of the teachers of the Bath street school, vice Mrs. Carter, resigned. The San Bernardino stage robbers were brought down yesterday and taken on to San Francisco by the Or i saba, It is reported that an asbestos lead near San Fernando has been traced by Mr. Jenkins for a distance of LfiOO feet. The Spring and Sixth Street Bail road Company commenced laying track on their upper extension yester day morning. Judge Willis of San Bernardino is in the city and will preside in our County Court towards the close of the week in cases in which Judge O'Mel veney la disqualified, Ground was broken yesterday for the new Postoffice building to be erected adjoining the Herald office. The building is to he completed by December. The wheel of a wagon loaded with wool broke down in front of Dueeom mon's store yesterday, and for a time, there was a very decided decline ofthe staple ariticle. The Board of Directors of the Cham ber of Commerce will meet to-night at "i o'clock. A full attendance is re quested as business of importrnce will be transacted. The time is rapidly approaching for the second grand sale of Downey City property which is advertised for the 20th of this month. The success of the first sale and the increasing popu larity of the property argue favorably for the coming sale. The exports from the- Bus Nietos depot yesterday were 504 sacks corn, 44 sacks barley, and 32 bales meal. Last week the shipments aggregated 201,587 pounds, and the depot is still lull of freight awaiting shipment. There is a subtle aroma in a genu ine imported cigar which cannot be counterfeited. To make a practical test of this statement, call on 1. Gold smith, adjoining Wells, Fargo & Co.'s ' express, und smoke one of his best. Without doubt there's consolation in it. J. W. K. Townsend, founder ofthe Antioch Ledger, and until recently editor and proprietor of the Santa Clara Echo, spent a week or so in this valley and left for Sun Francisco on the Orizaba yesterday. Jim thinks Los Angeles quite a place und our val ley the original paradise. A race has been made up to come oil' at Palloreno, Los Nietos on the 4th of November next, between a small colt of Mr. Palloreno's and a bay filly be longing to Mr. Dilley. The" race will be for the distance of 430 yards with a purse of SOOO. The forfeit money has already been placed in tho hands of Frankel Bros, of Downey City. Another complaint was entered be fore Judge Gray yesterday against J. M. Banks, the notorious, this time for stealing wood from John Itobards. Several warrants are out for the arrest of Banks, on charges of assault, mak ing threats and for various other of fenses, yet the man 1b not arrested,, either because It is too much trouble for the officers to go into the country after him or for some other unknown reason. He needs a very speedy and effective check on his operations and we trust he will get it before long. Dr. Winston's Silver Mine. Mr. Peter Taylor is Just in from Dr. Winston's ledge on the San Gabriel, where he spent a Meek giving direc tions to tlie hands at work on the mine. On Ids first visit there he pro nounced it a valuable mine. The quality of the oro and the indications were bo much like the famous Corn stock that Mr. Taylor resolved to set it opened. "But he at once informed the Doctor that the tunnel which had been run, and which was intended to cut across the ledge, was run parallel with the ledge and south of it. About 200 feot from the mouth of the tunnel they drifted north and had run but a few feet when they struck the ledge. It is twelve feet wide, well defined, with smooth walls. This settles two important feats which it is well for our people to know —first, that there is a rich and extensive mine on the San Gabriel river only half a day's ride from Los Angeles; second, that brains and experience are both requisite to succeed in mining. "We need a dozen such men as Mr. Taylor to look at the vuarious mines in our county, and, if only known, we believe that wo are living almost in sight of Borne of the richest mines in this or any othe« State. Board of Supervisors. Saturday, October 10. Tlie Board met pursuant to adjourn ment, witli a full attendance. The resignation ot John Lang, Jus tice of the Peace at Soledad, was re ceived and adopted. In the matter of the New River bridge, it was decided to remove the bridge and rebuild it at Sanford's crossing, on the old telegraph road. Adjourned until Wednesday next, October 14th, at 10 a. m. Concert at Anaheim. At tbe request of a number of citi zens of Anaheim Miss Fannie Male tolt wi II irivc a concert iv that place some evening near the close of this week. There are many lovers of music in Anaheim and vicinity who could not conveniently attend the concerts in this city, and Miss Marston has kindly consented to visit them. We congratulate our Anaheim friends on having an opportunity of hearing the most accomplished vocalist ou the Pacific Coast. After visiting Ana heim Miss Marston will return to this city and slug at the grand compli mentary concert to take place at Turner "Hall on next Monday evening which will probably terminate her visit to this city. The Circus. The San Francisco Examiner has the following word of commendation for the circus and menagerie which is soon to visit Los Angeles: Montgom ery Queen's grand combination which delighted out amusement-seekers for the three whole weeks, playing all the time to large assemblages, left this city yesterday morning on their inte rior "tour. A better show, and one which we can readier commend to the people in our sister towns and cities, never came to this coast. The gener al show will not be divided as usual, but will remain intact. The star per formers of the troupe are: Miss Mollie Brown, the only female summersault rider in the world; Leopold and Ger aldlne, trapezists; Borneo Sebastian, bare-back summersault rider; Jeanette FUsler, wire ascensionist; Nat Aus tin and Billy Burke, clowns. The general management of the Circus is admirable, and the animals are kept in excellent condition. The Japs Last Night. A house-full of people assembled at Turn-Verein Hall last night to witness the second performance of Marshall Royal Tycoon Troupe. Probably no company has ever before visited Los Angeles with so many attractions in the way of sleight-of-hand perform ances, juggling tricks, tumbling, and physical wonders generally. Nearly all of the feats had the novelty of being peculiar to Japanese performers and besides were, executed with a skill and precision which far excels that acquired by the average Anglo Saxon who appears in that role. Among the most noticablc perform ances were those of balancing on the head, hands and feet, in which light and heavy weights were sustained with equal nicety, the position shifted and the centre of gravity changed with apparent impunity. In one case a large frame-work was balanced upon the feet of ono of the company, held in in upright position, and little "All Bight" climbed over it twisting him self in all sorts of shapes and position but still remaining all right by the exact equipoise which was preserved throughout. There were tricks with balls and fans and papers, and tricks with fire, eaten with considerable gusto and apparent relish, and tricks in every form which the ingenious Japs could devise—all equally success ful and wonderful. Those who have not yet witnessed the performances of the company should not let this op portunity pass without doing so. An other entertainment will be givon to night and one to-morrow night when the troupe will take their departure. Those who wish desirable seats or, in fact, seats at all should go early. Bee Culture. The following brief and comprehen sive statement c oncerning bee culture in Loi Angeles county comes from one iff our moat succeslful and enterprising bee men and can be relied upon. It will convey much information to those at a distance who are interested in this subject. Editor Herald: In accordance with a promise given some time since,l will attempt a brief statement in relation to bee culture in this county. locations. 'i he llnest grade of honey is gather ed from elevated lands where the veg etation seems to be peculiarly adapted to this industry. Tlie brush lands are unavailable for the pasturage of sheep and those animals are a great enemy in the destruction of flowers yielding honey. hives Of various styles are in use and from the fact that many persons regard their hives as most men do their wives — i. c. that each for himself has the best, we withhold an opinion. The yield of honey in 1874 of tlds county taken from reports only rela tively correct is as follows, viz: 178,000 pounds strained hon ey, 92,000 pounds extracted hon ey, 34,000 pounds comb honey. The average production of different apiaries range from 50 to 240 pounds per swarm, the estimate being made from the parent stock of last Spring. breeding. Comparatively few who are engaged in this industry have tried to improve their breed either by the introduction of Italians or breeding from their most productive common stock. The main aim of most lias been to accumulate in numbers without regard to excel lency The advantages we posess iv not being compelled to "winter bees" and the peculiar honey-yielding plants which abound in the vicinity of the mountains, have caused this to be come a leading industry of this county. While in tlie East honey is regarded as a luxury, here it is a matter of economy, doubly so, when its health fulness is taken into account. Yours truly, A. J. Davidson. Southern Pacific Railroad. Bakerseield, October Uth. — The bridge of the Southern Pacific Rail road crossing Kern river lias been completed. The first passenger train crossed over it this morning to a point about half a mile from town. There is about one mile of track yet to lay be fore the road will be finished to the permanent depot. A Government surveying party, consisting of J. A. Benson, W. F. Benson and J. It. Glover, left here to day to survey Government lands iv the vicinity of Tehachepa. Travel towards the mines of Cerro Gordo is increasing. A gold scarf-pin set with pearls was lost yesterday. The finder can re ceive a reward of $5 by leaving it at this office. • The Methodist Conference. STO( ktox, October Oth.-The third day of tbe Methodist State ( 'onference opi ned at the USUI hour with relig ious exercises by .1. Kelscy, Bishop Pierce in tlie chair. Question 2d, "Who remained on trial?'' was again taken, up. The name of ('.('. Snell was called, and he was continued on trial. Question 20th,"Areall tbe preachers blameless iii their life and conversa tion ?" The names of Geo. Sim, E. E. Hoss, W. H. Mason, .1. M. Overton, T. K. Burnett, W. F. Compton, L. C. Renfro, J. M. Lovell, W. A. Filey and J. ('. Simmons were called. Charac ters examined and passed. The majority report of the Publish ing Committee was read to the Con ference. Rev. F.. E. Hoss presented a minority report, which WM dISCUSSed at length. Mormon Conference. SALT LAKE, October Oth. In Con ference to-day the entire Mormon helrarehy were re-elected and the offi cers of the United Order of Enoch elected last Spring sustained in oilice. Apostle Cannon, Delegate to Confer ence last session, made a tDUßiftg speech in behalf of polygamy and the Order of Enoch. The ( 'onference has lasted four days, but the proceedings have been dull and spiritless. Brig ham Young has been in attendance, but is too weak to speak. Found Dead. Oakland, October 9th. — Clans F. Eblers, of the firm oi Ehlera & Brandt, liquor merchants, doing busi ness at 332 Clay stieet, San Francisco, was found dead about half-past ten o'clock this morning near the corner of Third and Oakland streets, with a pistol wound through his head. The Cornornowhas charge of the holy, and be will hold an inquest Immedi ately. Splendid gents suits. Coat pants and vest, for $12, very heavy. Gents Satinet pants. 82 00 ands2 60 at the Bazaar corner of Main and Requena streets. The quickest way to make a for tune is to buy your goods at the Bazaar, corner of .Slain and Hequcna streets. Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main and Requena streets, are now selling out their Spring and Summer stock at reduced prices. If you want to save money give them a call. • The Spring-street barber shop is pre ferred by all good critics of tlie toilet. Three good barbers are always on hand to do first-class work" in a prompt, easy and fashionable manner. Cleanliness scrupulously observed and prices moderate. Hair-cutting, 25 cents; shampooning, 25 cents; and shaving, 2o*cents. Mr. Purpura re quests the pleasure of frequent calls from his patrons. WANTS-LOST-FOU N D. lOST.-AGOLD SC A UK-PIN, SET WITH _j pearls. Five dollars reward will be paid for its return to this office, ocl3 Iw \TrAWTEI»,- FOUR OR FIVE fair nvcraso y\ Carpenters. Apply to F. BUTLER, octllit At Aklen Fruit Drying Works. AXT ANTED. A THOROUGH OOOD BOOK- W keeper having daily a few in>u i<n nt his disposal, would like to keep a se, of Books. octiHm Address w. P., this office. WANTED A WET NURSE.—AppIy at Dr. Shorb's Officii, opposite the Post Office. .sepLli-lm .T OST.- BETWEEN LECK'S HALL AND Aj l.azard's store, last evening, a ladies' sleeve button. Finder will please leave It at U RRAI.D Office. Taken Up--E strays. rTTWO HORSES WITH HARNESS ON, A. taken up at Harper's ranch, near the Fair Grounds, Owner can have them by pay ing advertising and other expenses. OCltl lot NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. M. W. PERRY, UO O li KIND E 1«. Downey Blot k, Cor, New High and Temple streets. o<-t 11-"! 11 ■ If You want a Howard Watch, consult C. H. BUSH before pur chasing. NOTICE. fTIHE STOCKHOLDERS of the Southern A. California Sanitary Hotel and Industrial College Association, Will meet at the otliee ol' the Secretary, on the 16th of October, at lv o'clock A. M. GEORGE C. GIBBS, Oct. ">, 1871. Secretary. -lud The Best Engraving Done in Los Angeles is executed by W. B. TUL LIS. Call and see specimens at BUSH'S Jewelry Store. FOR !S VI.l-J. A FINE YOUNG THOROUGHBRED .;V Horse, Top Buggy and Harness, Will be sold together or separate,.at a low figure as the owner has no use for them. Apply at ■'FRENCH LEY'S" oetfl-Ji! Stables, Los Angeles street. Special Notice. CARS WILL LEAVE depot, until further notice.at 3: li p. !u., to connect with steam ers Orizaba and Ventura, ior san Francisco. Other days, usual l line. E. E. HEWITT, OCtOI f Superintendent. Call on C. H. BUSH when you want to buy a Seth Thomas Clock. Annual Meeting. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUTUAL AID Association—Prinoipal place of business, 1 .os A ngeles. California, The second annual meeting ofthe members ofthe Southern California Mutual Aid Associ ation will be held at the Secretary's o.'lie". No, 41, Temple Block, Los Angeles, on TnMday, October 27. 1871, At 111 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of electing a Board of Eleven Directors and for the trans action of such other business as may legally come before the meeting. All members will be entitled to a voice and vote lv the meeting, either in person or hy proxy. Dated at I/M Angeles, thl* -lth day Of Sep tember, IS7I. j. c. McComas, President. L M. Holt, Secretary. sep2ft-td LOUIS KMKItV PAOK. I KMX BPBRAM QHAVRIn PAGE & GRAVEL, Ma lulaciurers of Carriages and Wagons Of all kinds, made ofthe best ma- terlul. They also keep on hand a large stock of Carriages, Buggies, Light Spring and Heavy Wagons, of their own make, which they warrant in every respect. They have determined losell their work nt prices'as low as the Inferior and worthless work that Is frequently being palmed oti'up on the coinmcnny in l.os Angeles and else* where. Call and Ihe best assortment of < 'iii'riiii»e>s* runt lluuitifH ever offered in Ix>s Angeles. All Carriages nnd Buggies manufactured by us, are fitted with Page's eelebruted Patent Adjustable Spviiie: Lazybaok, po well adapted to comfort. Special Notices. Go tO A.S. McDonald, 104 Mum St., r.ir lb* iin. si aaaortmaatof Boots and shoes in ihe rllv. Indie's French Uid shoes ill till atyles. Remember IBe p!*<• ■• '.01 Mainstreet, opposite CoartHouse. , octnff NOW Woods! New (ioods! Marxsen Bros.,or Ihi .w variety store, corner of Muln and Thlnl streets, keep- constantly on hand ,i large vuriel\ ul In v goods. Clothing, dents' undeiwear. Boots and Shoes, Oroeeiies etc. \ large llupol vol new goods.lust received,and sold at reasonable rates. All goods are ofthe best (|iuility; no auction goods sold by us.— We respectfully solicit tho public lo examine our goods und judge for themselves. Boodl delivered to mi v part ol tlve«U] free oi charge. •atlM Mr. Sum. Berge, Bill Potter, and general News Agent, lias moved to No. 43 Mainstreet, near to the Lafayette Store. All orders left tlieie will be promptly attended to. octlltl The BANK EXCHANGE Is closed for re palm Until further notice. ocltii I'ttfEMX Tnsnranec Company, Hart ford, Connecticut; Home Insurance Company, New York; North British a Mercantile In surance Co., London und FMlnbnre; Home Mtttunl Insurance «'o., California, combined ,«se.s«»Bß f Joit^ON 09 Temple Block, oetl i Los Angeles. Cal. I'etei i.unney. Mainstreet, second door from cornerof Court street, has a splendid assort ment of (irocerles, Provisions, Wines, Liquors Cigars, Tobacco, etc., which he Oilers at the lowest market prices. All goods nf the best quality. Orders delivered free or charge. sep27lf Five spools of Coat's thread for 25 cts. hour papers American plus for'iiets. Pour pieces Woratead braid for 23 cts. Al tne Ba/.aaS, corner of Main and lb .me nu si I cots. • * Agency Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. Assets, 821,ixt0, -000. Agency State Investment Insurance Company. l ire and Marine. Assets, Sooo,ooo, at Brodriek's Hook Store, near the Postoiliee. '•i - -i Ten .Minis brown factory lor hi. Eight yards extra heavy 1-1 lactory for 11, Ten yards do do :>o inch for fl. Pour spools Brook's thread lor 25 cts. At the Bazaar, cornerof Main and Keque na streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel. Kour pair seamless hose for SI. Three pair diamond, toed shaker socks for Si 00. At Isaac Xokton * Co.'s, corner of Main and Kequena streets, opposite K. S. Hotel * Agency Imperial of London and Queen of Liverpool;capital,«lB,OHl,ooo. North ern of London, capital, $:5,000,(KK); and Hart ford ol Hartford, capital, 8:1,000,000. Office : Room No. ;! Downey Hlock. John carlin, Asent. sep.Wf ns. The tide of Immigration la steadily set ting in, and the first tiling eastern people do is to throw away their New York lints and buy a new one of Dkhmoso, They say there Is no comparison between the two. 2%0 Go to the Fashlonible Tailor, Fitz patrick, when you want v fine suit of clothes. If you desire recommendation, ask any of his numerous customers, and you will be told that '• I'ltz." ul ways does his work well— giving tine work, good material and reasona ble prices. Do you want a stylish and Beat-fit ting Boot or shoe, ih'-n cull nt once on Wm. Slaney'sCosmopolitan Boot and shoe Store, fbr he receives by evety steamer the latest and b"st styles, and he sells them al such low price.,, that you can't help "buying. Cus tom work a specially. He has engaged some of Ihe best workmen that could be found In San Kranciseo, and he guarantees to give his customers all hand made boots and perfect tit at the same price that you pny for machine made boots. Call and examine his samples and see for yourself, at 100 Main street, oppo site Wells, Fargo & Co.'s. Sign Of the Big Blue Boot. MISCELLANEOUS. SPECIAL NOTICE ...BY THE... SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society As he illy one-half of Ihe slock ofthe Soci ety remains unsold: as II Is the desire of the Directors to make the Society a favorite one with the people 'of the entire District; as the titleto the grounds Is perfect, and as the lnnd which each share carries is worth almost the par value of a share, and us It is the intention of Ihe Society to divide up the unsold stock on t'..e 7th day of November next, notice is given to all residents of the District that they may purchase stock, as long us it lasts, at $70 per share (the amount now paid by fourteen assessments) and liable to $30 more assess ments In the course ol two or throe years, or jIOD per share, which fully pays up, This of fer to remain open until Nov. 5, IS7I. By direction of the Society. JOHN 0. DOWNEY, President. BKX. C. Timw.yn, Secretory, octl-td SOLID COLD JEWELRY OF THE LATEST STYLE IS ON SALE AT C. H. BUSH'S. TH E C OLDE N SON G STIR, For the Land of SUNSHINE AND FLOWERS, CONTAINING Nun., vi t.O.C, 111 Hlllllc, of Count >'.> . Complimentary Edition, 2,000 Copies -Ttlmninated litle-~ Heavy l\iper —To be issued in November. ■WDuring the month of November Ihe Merchants and other business and profession* rl gentlemen and ladles will present to their customers InL'HAngeles aua \ iciility, Two Thousand copies of the GULDEN SCNG STEH. In addition to a few pages of adver tlsments, and a compilation of editorial notic es of first-class houses, and twenty-four blank pages for a Pocket Diary or Aecounl Book, will be presented the following beautiful CATALOGUE OF SONCS: 1. The Star Spangled Banner; '2. The Watch on the Rhine; 3, Thou art I ireamtug; I. The Marseillaise Hymn; .">. Walt for the Turn ofthe Tide; o. Oh, why should the spirit of Mortal be proud; 7. Moltle Darling; s. Meet inc. Josie, at Ihe lino : m. Enoch Arden—Annie Darling; in. Kathleen Mavournoen; 11. ShamusO'Brien; 12, Rock me to sleep, Mother; IH, Her Bright Huiile haunts me Still; 11. Put me In my llltle bed; 15. Lord 1/ivel and Lady Nancy; 10. Homeless to-nlghl; or, Boston ill ashes: 17. The Old Oaken Bucket; is. Hope; or. Leaf br Loaf the Rosea foil; 19. Tne Llltle Brown Jug; 20. shell of Ocean; 21. John Anderson, my Jo; 22. Bonny Doon; 23. Swinging In the Lane; 21, i ild Grimes' Cellar Pool; Kfc The siii|> on Eire; '.O. The < jpulen stair; 27. Put Mulloy; - » ' •_n. Norah ' I'Neu I; 2it. Noiah's Kepi \ ; .ii). It Is betterto Laugh than be Sighing: 31. Something sweet to think of; 32, The Days of 'Forty-Nine; .i:t. The Last Rose of .summer 84, Ever of Thee, I'm Fondly Dreatntng; .'(.'). Allld Lang syne; Mi. Joe Bowers; .17. Then you'll remember me; 3*. Deal with me kindly; 39, Beautiful Dreamer; 10. Oft io the Stilly Night; 11. Pass under the Rod; 12. Thai Utile Church around IMb corner; 13. Lone Rock by the Sea; ■11. Let us speak of a man as we Mud him ; *n. Don't beangrv with me, Darling; 10. I am not angry with you, Dearest; 17. Uood Night— Farewell. Also a number of beautilul Spanish songs, Including "LB Poderosa," "Elsuspl ro," "El Trobodor." Ktc. I A magnificent collection—handsomely printed—elegantly houhd—and the entire edi tion oi Two Thousand to he given away. Ask for them at the principal business houses. St. Lawrence Publishing Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. R. S. LAWRENCE, DOtf it* Stat. Rep. ANNOUNCEMENTS. lor Mayer. At the request of muiiv Influential eltl/en*, p. BEAUDRY will M a candidate Tor Mayor at tne coming munlcloal ejection. ocl6 For Mnyor. At lite request of many citizens, the under signed announces himself a candidal,- for Mayor, ai Ihe ne .t Municipal election. V. SABICHI. Lo* Angeles, Sep. 15th, 1871. I'or City .Marshal. JACOB F. HEBKEJTS is a Candidate for City Marshal. oetll* For City Marshal. B. I. II Alt 11.XX announces himself as a Candidate forthe office of City Marshal, at the coming c ectlon. oct2 For City Marshal. i kirn is BAKER. ex-MarshaLnnnounc es blmself as a Candidate for the office of City Marshal at the coming election. sep3o For City Marshal. • HI I. II «it It IS. Detective Officer, desires to announce liimself as a candidute for our next City Marshal. sep29 For City Marshal. JOHN J. CAKBII.I.O announces Mm* sell as n Candidate forthe office ol City Mar shal, nt the coming Municipal election. For City Treasurer: 11. I'l.lJSim %N announces himself as a candidate, for City TukasLkKK ut the ensu ing election. seplrt For City Treasurer, ill iomss MI.DMHO', sir., announ ces himself as a candidate for the office of City TitKAsfliKK at the ensuing Municipal elec tion. sep24 For City Treasurer. JAMES Ml 1.1.1 S announces himself as a candidute for the office of City Treasurer at the coming election. sep2o For City Treasurer J. In WARD. Sep 18 For City Assessor, JOHN X. MORRIS. oetl* REAL ESTATE BUSINESS. CHAMBER LIN & BANCROFT, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 21 SPRING ST., - - LOS ANGELES, Nearly opposite Tostofflce and Court House, ITIOB SALE.-A COMMODIOUS HOME -2 stead property, pleasantly located near the centre of the city, ready for immediate oc cupation (with furniture, kitchen utensils, fuel, chickens, etc., If so desired by the pur- will ne sold ou moderate and easy terms, If applied for soon. Price, 35,000. FOB BALE.—OO ACRES CHOICE LAND on San Pedro street, opposite the proper ty purchased by Mr. (ieo. B. Davis. Soil equal to the best, and extremely low at Hie per acre. ITIOB sm.i . so ACRES GOOD LAND _ (Sand loam soli) located within a few rods ot tho Race Track. Splendid soli for the cul ture of orange and lime trees. Price per acre. 136 00. T-'OR SALE, lo ACRES IMPROVED J" Land, artesian well, good house and barn ifcO bearing vines, and a nursery of 300 orange seedlings. Located within three miles ol Post Oilice. Price, 84,000. 17 OB NAM?.--10 ACRES IMPROVED J Land, dine sandy loam soil i located four miles from Postoffice. Good house, well, 50 Fruit trees bearing and one acre In Muscat aud Alexandria grapes bearing. Property partially enclosed by llvj Hence. Owners must sell. Price, *2,500. JTIOII SAEE.-AN IMPROVED FARM OF " OO acres, good house of live rooms, corral grancry und artesian well. Located near Florence. Krice, 83,500. 171 OB SALE.-SB ACRES SPLENDID soil * In city limits, with full water privileges. A fine chance for speculut on. The property can be subdivided and sold to great advan tage. Price, $10,000. FOR SALE.-BLILDINO LOT ON Third near Fort street. Price, 8850. FOR SALE.—BUILDING LOT ON Fort near college, 131x105. Price, 81,300. FOR SALE.—PIETY BUILDING LOTS on Alameda street near First. Pricea from lo JtOO. FOR SALE.-TWO HUNDRED BUlLD lngl.oison Sepulveda, Turner and Bun ulng streets. Prices from 8.00 to 8300. Terms easy. FOR RENT, -six HUNDRED ACRES good grazing land, plenty of water. Rent per year In advance, 3300, FOR RENT. FARM OF SIXTY ACRES near Florence, well Unproved. Terms easy. FOR RENT.-SKVENTKK.V HI'NDRED acres good grazing land, desirably locut ed. Terms easy. W ANTE.D—GOOD BUSINESS MEN OF capital to enquire at our office concern ing business opportunities and Invest- CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, 21 SPRING ST., Nearly opposite Postoffice and Court House. ~~~ MISCELLANEOUS. Rogers Bro. Celebrated Silver Plated Ware at C. H. BUSH'S. PBCK £ B , The King of Pianos, STANDS CNRIVALKD. KOHLERf CHASE & CO., WHOLESALE AGENTS, «:t:t ciny Htreet, Sim Frnnelmco. J. D. PATRICK, No. 00 T|>rlug; street, AGENT ior Los Angeles, the Southern Me tro polls ofthe State of California. sep6-lm Bring in your Watches & Clocks, that ail others have failed to make run. C. H. BUSH. BOARD INC HOUSE. LI! AYE KIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODA- Iions for board and lodging, with Newly Furnished Rooms, and tahlcs supplied with the best the market affords. Terms:—§s 50 per week. L. F. RUCKEL, ALISO STREET, near Allso Store. seplSt f For a fine article of Spectacles and Nose Glasses. C. H. BUSH can suit you. Instructions in French. Prof. LOUIS ADAMS Will Instruct classes or private pupils. He baa been exclusively engaged in teacuing the French language for the past fifteen years, and has the highest testimonials from East ern institutions with which he has been con nected. Address to care ol P. Philip, Esqr., Downey Block. sep'Je-lm Iti-ia;.: on Your Jewelry .lob- Liny; that others >>itv eavnnot l>e done In Los Angeles. <\ if. HUSH. SIXTEEN ACRES OF LAND JJHAR MAIN AND WASHINGTON STS. Ten Acres in Vineyard and Orchard. One Thousand Foreign Vines, Which produced MOO worth of grapes this \ear. The other vines ure M years old, and produced 100,00:1 pounds of grapes. Orange orchard Just conilug Into bearing. PRICE, - 80.000. \d.liess " M." Postoffice Box 03. sep3ott NEW IMPORTATION. DIRECT FROM THE EASTI E. LAVENTHAL, Hellman's Block, Cor. Commercial and Los Angeles sts. Has just received, direct, an immense and well selected stock * of goods for the Fall and Winter trade, consisting of fine Black and Figured Alpacas, Poplins, Diagonals, Wrapper goods. Mohair goods. Shawls ofthe latest patterns. Eastern and California Flan nels. Also a good selection of BLACK SILKS. An endless variety of Embroideries and Laces, Ladies Neckwear, 500 Pieces different Brands of Cottons. Also a very large stock of Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Valise**, Boys and Youths' Suits. 200 Colman Bros. Fine Dress Suits. Prices to suit everybody. Don't forget the corner, Hellman's Block. I DEFY COMPETITION. oct7tf H. NEWMARK & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS A IST 13 — Hardware Merchants, 7, O, Ac 11, Los St. THE ATTENTION of the trade is called to our large and complete stock of Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Shelf AND H E AVY 11 j\ li I>WJL Tt JS, Iron, Steel, Farming Implements, Wagon Material Paiixts a,nci Oils, Which we offer at greatly reduced rates. Special attention given to Mining Supplies. H NEWMARK &CO sep2 6 Los Angeles, Cal. Immense Sacrifice! IR,. -Z"' S MAMMOTH BOOT & SHOE STORE Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE FOR 30 T>AJYfS4 OiVT^Y, 500 Prs. Men's Tap-soled Calf Boots, Ist quality, $6 00, for merly $7 50. 500 Prs. Men's Single-soled Call Boots, ist quality, $5 50, for merly $7 -500 Prs. Men's Calf Boots, 2d quality (San Francisco make) $4 50, formerly $6. " ■■«■■■"-" 500 Prs. Boys' Calf Boots, ist qua!.. formerly $5 50. 500 Prs. Boys' Kip Boots, $2 50, formerly $3 50. 500 Prs. Ladies' Balmorals, #1 25, formerly $2. 500 Prs. Ladies' Balmorals, ist qual., $3 50, formerly $5. 500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, $3 25, formerly $4 50. 500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, ist qual., $4 50, formerly $5 50. Misses' and Children's Shoes equally as Cheap. oe2r" Anyone who read* these prices can woo that I sell my Splendid and Well-assorted Stock of Men*, .Boys' and Ladies' Wear cheaper than any house in the city. I must clear out nay present Stock at once to make room for the extensive Winter Assortment now arriving. auglstl" WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL. . DEALEIJS IM Oil», "V*xi-ni**lios, Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGENTS FOX THIS California Chemical Paint Company. LIBERAL lIVI>ITOEI>IErV r l>* OFFERED TO inyfi3m 13 PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. HOTEL, Mnin Street, Lo* .ViigreleM. A First-class House - • J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. THK SLKKI'INU Ai* AR rJUl£>f T Ci Are large anil well ventilated, an«l In I lie bent possible condition. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. No expense will be spared lo make ttie Hotel etniol to »u> on the Coa«t. a26-tf— 5