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■ i— CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY OCT. 20, 1874. TERMB 0F ADVERTISING. ' INK DOLLAR PT Square often lines, first insertion, and twkntv-kivk cent* per Square lor earn subsequent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Twenty-four passengers left by the Ventura for Han Francisco yesterday. Message at the telegraph office for J. H. Fruit. The Orizaba will sail for San Fran cisco and Santa Barbara next Sat urday. The schooner Eclipse, Hay ward master, sailed yesterday for Hum boldt. Bishop George F. Pierce, of the Methodist Church South, Will be here this week, and preach next Sunday. Mr. J. A. Higgles, a prominent mer chant of Fort Jones, Siskiyou county, and wife, are stopping at the Pico. The delegates from this place to the Grand Lodge, F. & f\. M.. of the State, which lately met in San Francisco, re turned to the city yesterday. Remember that Goldsmith keeps the best imported cigars in the city. Perhaps you are already aware of the fact; and if so, further reminder would be superfluous. The Court calendar will be called in the District Court next Monday. Counsel who have cases before the Court are requested to be present. Deputy Grand .Master Tho-!. A. Garey returned yesterday from Stock ton, where ne has been to attend a meeting of the Grand Lodge of the State. Mr. Simon Levy is preparing to build a two-story brick store on the corner of Aliso and Alameda streets, to be occupied, we understand, by himself. We understand that Mr. Reyfee has purchased the interest of his partner iv the livery stable on Aliso street and will hereafter carry on the establish ment. The brig Perpetua, McDonald mas ter, arrived yesterday morning at Wil mington, eighteen days from Port Discovery, with 257,000 feet of lumber and 225,000 laths, to Perry, Wood worth & Co. Dr. McKee has changed his resi dence from 239 Main street, to First, between Fort and Hill, where he can hereafter be found outside of oflice hours. He still retains his old office, corner Spring and Temple streets, up-stairs. A somewhat, notorious character named Carlos Dominguez, broke into the house of Eiias Xewmark last Sat urday night and stole a silver watch. Complaint wus filed against him in JusticeTrattbrd's Court and a warrant issued for his arrest. The stolen watch was recovered, we believe. The Ladies' Orphans' Fair will commence at Turn-Verein Hall to day. Jt is to be hoped that the weather, somewhat unpropitious for the past two days may Improve, so that nothing will interfere with the ■complete arraugements which have been made for a grand time. The second sale of Downey City property will commence In this city to-day. Some fine opportunities will be offered to purchase desirable prop erty while It can yet be purchased at a reasonable figure. The sale will commence at 10 o'clack a. jt. on the corner of Market and Spring streets. The Great Chiefs of the Improved Order of Red Men will be In Los An geles on tbe 26th of this mouth to in stitute the*Shomlnac Tribe here. The charter members of the tribe will meet to-ntght to make arrangements for tbe coming event. The interesting suit of the city vs. the proprietors of Los Feliz ranch, in volving the right to tho water in the Los Angeles river, came up iv the District Court yesterday. No decided action was taken, more than to dis miss the suit as to Messrs. Hart and Holmes. The Commissioner - General of the Land Office at Washington has con firmed the decision of the Los Angeles Land Office, granting to Valenzuela the tract of laud heretofore in dispute between him and Juana Verdugo. In the case of Edward Merrill vs. How ard, Mace and Gillette, the decision of the Los Angeles office was reversed, awarding the land in dispute to the State. The Grand Jury was euapanneled in the County Court yesterday, consist ing of the following members: G. O. Tiffany, foreman; H. Jacoby, Wilson Beach, J. A. Cooper, P. Bowers J. B. Kipp, Chris, Fluhr, A. C. Bronson, H. Fleishman, J. J. Hill, J. Cohen, C. T. Parker and H. Ohapin. Judge O'Melveny charged the Jury to be vigilant and thorough in the discharge of their duties, that the law may not be reptoaehed by such weak and un just action as lias characterized some Juries heretofore. An Odious Comparison. Ihe editor of the Mutual Aid has Just returned from a trip to Santa Barbara, and puts the question of, streets, in this maimer: " The old u(tones wnd crooked streets [In 1 Santa Barbara] are rapidly disappearing, and fine residences, graded streets and modern sidewalks are taking their places. State street is a beauty, and there is a marked contrast between the improved streets of Santa Barbara and the unimproved streets of Los Angeles. Will it be ever thus ? We will leave the question for the daily papers of the city to fight over, with this remark: If any member of the Mutual Aid Association should break his neck over the dead-fall side walks so common in this city, we pledge the city authorities, on behalf of the Association, a suit for damages. We were promised that when the new charter was adopted we should have tnese improvements attended to. Nearly a year has passed and next to nothing has been done. Tf it rcqu res a year to do nothing, how long will it take to complete our street nnd side wnlk improvements?" Th) Marston Concert. An audience not very large, bul se lect und appreciative assembled at Turn-Verein Hall last night to bid farewell to the favorite songstress, Miss Fannie Marston, on the occasion of her Inst appearance in Los Angeles. The programme embraced some of Miss Marston's most charming ballads,such as "Annie Laurie," "The Last Rose of Summer," "The Harp that once thro' Tara's Hall's," etc., besides se lections from the opera, and duetts. Professors Havell and Schad supplied the instrumental music, und Prof. Havell came in with a good selection of his comic songs. Mr. Frank Morse accompanied Miss Marston in several duetts, operatic and old English, which were sung with fine effect. Although not 10 numerously attended, as the other entertainments we think last night's concert was perhaps, the best of the engagement. It is not without regrets that we bid farewell to Miss Marston. Her stay in our city has been very pleasant, at least for tho lovers of music, who have had the good fortune to hear her sing and we trust, uo less for the talented lady herself. We hope at no distant day to have another visit and another se ries of concerts equally pleasant. Outrages Expressly for the Elections. The ways of politicians are not al waya past finding out. The political organizations in this country are, to be sure, so thoroughly successful in their confidential relations that com paratively few of their tricks come to the light. Nevertheless, now and then a "slip" occurs that makes a ri diculous appearance to an impartial observer. Indiana is one of the States which are notorious for their political discipline. The parties have been very equally divided, and success on either side has often depended upon the efficiency of the secret electioneer ing. The '"'statesmanship" of Sen ator Morton has been exhibited in this direction on the Republican side, and almost simultaneously with his recent speech magnifying the outrages in the South to frighten timid voters, his State Committee were ordered to no tify the Republican editors throughout the State to " pour in hotshot" ofthe same nature. The committee accord ingly collected the names of all the journals to be notified. By some means unknown, the name of a Demo cratic newspaper appeared in the list; and like most newspapers, striving to give its readers every important "item" of current events, it printed the note it received, which was as fol- | lows: "Rooms of the Republican ) State Central Committe, Indianapolis, September 3, 1574. J Editor of Union, Rensselaer, Ind.: Dear Sir: I desire to call your at- I tention to the horrible scenes of vio- I lence and bloodshed transpiring in the South, and suggest that you give them j as great prominence as possible in your paper from this time until after the I election. Tims. J. Brady, Chairman." i 'Fids is sufficiently ridiculous to bo j laughable, but it is 'also too serious to pass unnoticed as a disreputable style of electioneering. Men who will ag gravate and encourage public and pri j vate misfortunes for the sake of politi i cal success deserve public reprobation. | — .V. Y. Evening Post. Arrest of Gamblers. Palisade, Nov., October 10th.— This little town has been kept very lively for the last few days, owing to the arrest and trial of the notorious Jack Wiggins, the monte sharp, con fidence man, etc., and of Charles H. Roper, about whose autecendents very little if anything is known. It appears that Williams and Ropen inveigled a young man who was on the passen ger train, on the eighth of October, and induced him to bet on opening an impracticale tobacco box. The youth lost one hundred and ninety dollars, and had the men, arrested at Elko, but the offense having been commit ted in Eureka county,they were re-ar rested at Palisades, and bound over to appear for examination before Justice Pierce, in the sum of $250 each; but before the examination was concluded and on the adjournment of the Court till next, they decamped, but were re taken nearToano by detective office™ Bijrke and Dale, and brought back on a special train. In all probability they will get the deserts which they have so long merited. Suicide at Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz, October 18th.—Jos. Boston, late of the firm of Gray, Jones & Co., San Francisco, and for many years of the firm of Boston, Jones & Co., of this place, suicided by poison last night. Depressed spirits the cause. Hop-growing. Puyali.up.W.T., October 17th.—The hop crop of the Puyallup valley thus far the present year is 94,000 pounds. There are one" hundred aud twenty acres new planting not in full bearing. The estimated yield for next year is v quarter of a million pounds. Pacific Coast Items. Win. 11. Hartwell, a Forty-niner, died in Yuba county ou Thursday. The Nevada City Library Society will be reorganized iv about two weeks. A ledge of chalk eight feet thick has just been discovered a few miles east of Monter^y. The Alvisu and San Jose Narrow gauge Kaflroad project has been resus citated, Nearly ail tho grain harvested in Santa Clara county during the past season is under shelter. C. a. Bockins lias a lemon tree at his resilience in Marysville which con tains fruit of full size, as well as blos soms for the coming crop. The Santa Cruz couuty Supervisors have levied a tax of SI 05 on the $100 for the ensuing year, which includes the State levy of 04. H-10 cents. Targe quantities of chiccory are ar riving at Sacramento daily from the Sacramento Chiccory Company's works for shipment to various points. John Becker planted a few cotton seeds on his farm on the Fresno river last Spring. The plants reached a height of four feet, and produced a line quality of cotton. The taxes on the city of llealdsburg are as follows: State and county, $1 58; Healdsburg and Pine Flat Road District, 25 cents; city, 50cents—total, $2 83 on the $100. Th<- certificate of incorporation of the Farmer*' Bank of Wheatland was filed Thursday, in the offlco of the County Clerk of Yubrt. Capital slock, 5125.090, with the right t<> Increase tbe same to $250,000; number of shares 1,260, $100 each; ('. Holland T. S. Kwing, Hugh Rodden, J. N. Brock and W. V. Spark, Trustee. 1.9 I IT U MKT. I,i»lof leitent remaining In the Los Angeles Monday, Oc'ober lfl, 1874. To ob tain these letters s«> " Advertised." All let ters not nailed for In SO days will be returned to the Bead letter Otnoe: LADIES' LIST. Hnker, Mrs .Sarah (2i Mnrrs, Mrs Fniraa B Chamberlain, Mrs M Moody, Mrs M.l Cullen, Mrs li McKenna, Miss Anna Fuller, Mrs 1,.1 McLaughlin, Mnnuel- Franklin, Mrs f/oulsa Ha Gibbons, Mrs Mary S Meade, Mrs M I) Hall, Mrs Anna Mears, Aunle J Hart, Mrs Buth A Reynolds, Mrs Kate Holloway, Mrs Mary Villein. Juuno X (2i Wiebloke, Mrs Kllza- Jobnaon. Mrs X S beth Lang, Mrs Jenny White, Miv; Esther Littleton, Mrs c B 08-NTtIiMEJTS - LIST. Allen,.! R Mason, i Rltuer Allen, Isaac Mathews, A 1' Arnold, A M Manning, »4eo Bole, Thos Madison, John Bonlauger. P McKenxlo. X Hvers.JA Melendy, GH Buhorkes.Tealdo Moore, Sain li Cage, Kdward Myers, Mr N Crump & Voting Moffett, J A BUMS. Rafael Morgan, Peter Klurton, Jno W Xarhins, M Fow er, 11 1) North, J care of Qelxelman, Henry Ollvas. X Hall, l» Frank Reqnenna, F. Hagerman. Frank Romuro, Jos» M Holloway, L S< hnildt, \\ H Hollar, Noble if Hkatt, Geo Howarton, A B Sucn/.e, Jos .fumes, John D Taylor, Geo Jurvls, Irving Thomas, Henry Jutermela, C 1. Tedman, Chas Jernigan, H W Tlmmerman, E Leak, Wm Whituker, Isaus (2) Lood, Jesus Wilson, Geo O Lauralno, J A West, Frank Lopez, Louis . Williams, T Martin, Jas Williams, Tiffany H. X.. W. BENT, P. M. COURT REPORTS. District I'ourC- Si:i-t i.vkda. I. Monday, October 18. N. Robinson \*. Marj L. Robinson.--Klnd- IngS and decree ordered for plaintiff. Ordered by the Court Unit the law calendar bp made. Baker vs. Marqnei.- By consent, passed. Miehels A Pried lander vs. .Serrano i Kildei - rain. — Demurrer overruled, anil live days given to answer. M. Franklin A Ht«.\<. Scrr.iflo £ Brkler rain.—Same action, Guerardo vs. McSwflln. — Ten daws' stay grnnted. Dcs Autels vs. Amat. -Motion to retax costs passed to be taken up in turn. Los Angeles City vs-. Levi Baldwin ft al.— Astion dismissed as to Hart &, Holmes. EXPORTS. The following ts a list of the exports Irom lam Angeles Depot. October 19th: TWO bxs fruit, 21 bates wool, 1 okg sacks, I sks wool. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. iiOi.lt KEPOXT. SAN FRAJ* CISCO, October 19. f?ol$, no, Buying, M; selling, Pl•>>. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON. .! M Hast a, SV R X L Nelson, N MXCO 0 W Pinkhain.do LXAintcrfleld, Nietos .1 Pert, S Gabriel A Herman, Anion X .1 Tobin, X 11 Kewen.Kl Molinn li Dodge, V PHarnett,Tejon R .1 Domingo. .1 W Young,* BithJo E < tovert, Huenenia PICO. 1 M Halliard, Anhm B D Wilson, Wlmngh V Yorba, s Ana JC Johnston, do «i 11 Dakin, N H .r Summers, Hf J C Currll 10, S Jose li Cochran, do p rsmith, Chicago A.l Howard.do 0 Thomas, do R Waymlre & wf, N v .1 H Fruit, w T '; L Colgrove, 8 loso W Cong, s Brora h J DlgglesAwf, Ft .ins A It Little, Phlla X X Morse it Wf, Anhm J KTuffree, Anhm Miss F Marston, do UNITED STATES, J Jurdals a wf, s I' JI 11 askin, Compton C Kodlg, do Tillman, do J Kelley, do EMay, DvdsnH C C Miller, Rlvrsd W P Humbert, N V 1) Coughlln, Col D Henderson, Visalia 1, smith, Delano ittn C 0 Miller A wf,Wls H Chapln, Nietos T A Miller, do C L Northeraft*si),Mo Eddie Miller, do W" D Tlannies, Mo Miss E Miller, do WChesholm, do JSliss A Miller, do T Brown, Orange 1) C Hagnard, Orange NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOURTH ANNUAL FAIR!! . ... > \-r or. tux —*<-'•„' Southern District Agricultural Society, Commencing on Monday, October :o.«t ending on Matuvdny, 0«t. ISlst, At Los Angeles. Cal. FtVE PAYS) 11ACINQ.!! During which there will be some of the- wiost superb ooutests ever seen lv Southern Oatttoi - nla, and lor which a large number of rtoted colts and horses of San Francisco and South ern California have been entered. THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS Having been spent on the truck dining the past six months, and it is now one of the smoothest and fastest In the State. ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, There will be a Ladies' Hiding Exhibition and California Sports, Prior to tills there will be a lino exhibition of all the horses at the track. There will be no races or pool selling, but the trotting hors es will be exhibited on one track, speeded one way. and the running horses w ill be speeded on the inside track lv a reverse direction. On Wednesday night, Oct. 28th, There will be a Ball at Turn-Verein, Hall. Dancing to commence at 9 o'clock, With a band of 9 pieces. Tbis will be the finest pub lic ball ever given in Southern California. The Fair will be open every day and even ing at the Kink, with v Tall band of music each evening. . . ADMIKriiUN: TO K.\< Fs . each person ZiOSSnU. TO KINK, " '• BO " Ladles admitted to 01 rand fttand free. Season Tickets, each person, which admits to all the rue-s and grand stand, ami to the 'ink each efeYling, and 10 Ladies' Hiding Tournament. Five Cnilart. Admission to Half, for each gentleman and all tiie latin s he; can bring, Three dollars. There WllfßS Music at the Park anil at the I atn aeli it y and B (filing. K|><>oi»l MoltCt% 1— <urine to circumstances which M II Un necessary Io again mention, there Will be no premiums given on slock tills year. 2— Hy apptlftal lon (.. I he se.-retury space will be given to nil whouijlilo exhibit their aril- Oles of Invention, m iuul'ietaie anil produc tion, and wan s. and go >ds ol all 1:1 lids, fit the Kink. Space and good light Will be given free; tun as is now It custom in San Francisco and other load eg cities, no premiums will be given, wnii n proceeding the directors of '27 leading inns i|u I ire glVes great satisfaction. On Monday evening, Ucl. Mi, the President will deliver ins ad lres». Un i '.iirsilay even ing, Oct. ill, the awards for Ut* best peilinuu slop, wriiiiiL', OOlXposition, drawing, aud lor the best original poem, Will be m.ele, as lol lows: Best specimen penmanship ...slu Second be.-t specimen penmanship h Best specimen ol original composition 10 Second best specimen of original do ."> li<.st specimen of drawing 10 Second pcs! specimen drawing & Best original poem 16 Theexnlbitorsto be in all cases pupils ofthe' public schools ofthe district, either males or females, and that in all cases a certificate from the teachers accompany each effort. Racing will commence each day promptly at i o'clock. Season ticket* will be printed, marked and counted to the Secretary, on the 17lh of Octo ber, and will be for sale at Mr. Brodrick's, at Sam Hellman's, at Mr. 11. Fleishman's, at the Fashion Saloon, at all the Hotels, und by the Secretary, at the Star ottice. oct2o PI ANO WAXTED.—Anyone having a Pi ano to rent, will please state terms and particulars to F. (i., Postofflce box octlfl-lw HM, City. Splendid gents suitf. Coat punts and vest, for $ 12, v cry heavy. Gen Is Satinet pants $2 (Hi nnd $2 50 at the Bazaar corner of Main and Rvqaena street". The quickest way to nuike a for tune is to buy your food* at the Bazaar, comer of Main und Requena streets. * Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main and Requena streets, are now selling out their Hnrilig and Hummer stock at reduced prices. If you want to StfVc money give them a call. " Special Notices. Moore'sßostaura'nt, on Comaierolal street. Is tho proper place to go lorn good meal, with a good cup of coffee ot.tea to drink with It.— There Is probably no restaurant on the Pacific coast where so many ofthe substuntlals and so many of the luxuries may be had for M cents. Don't forget the place—Moor's Restau rant, Commercial street. Prlvato eating rooms have been neatly fitted up for the ac commodation of ladles. oetl7-lm John Purpuiia. the Spring streei barber, claims the palm of exceflehde for his estab lishment. There are three artists in his es tablishment, who are nlways ready to do first class work in the promptest and most fash ionable manner. HeonlychsrgesiScents for oither hair cutting, shaving or shampoonlng. I'm pura respectfully nsks his patrons to visit him frequently. They witl ulways be made welcome. octl7-lw Go to A. H. McDonald, 104 Main Hi., for the finest assortment of lkiots and Shoes In the city. Ladle's French kid shoes in all styles. Remember the place, 10l Main street, opposite Court House. octlltf New Goods! New Goods! Mai-xsen Bro*., of the new variety store, corner of Main and Third streets, keep constantly on hand a large variety of Dry goods, Clothing, Gents' uudeiwear. Boots aud Shoes, Groceries, etc. A large supply of new goods Just received, and sold at reasonable rates. AlTgOods are of the best quality; no auction gooas spld by us.— We respectfully solicit tho public lo examine our goods and Judge for themselves. Goods delivered to any part of the city freo of charge. octlltf Mr. Sam. Berge, Bill Poster, and general News Agent, has moved to No. 43 Main street, near to the Lafayette Btore. All orders left there will be promptly attended to. OOtHtf j| d £ , 111 The RANK EXCHANGE is closed fii re pairs until further uol ice Oct4ll Pugsnin Insurance < omptuiy, Hart ford. Connecticut; Home Insurance Company, New York; North British A Mercantile In surance Co., London and Edlnburg; Home Mnuml Tr>surairev Co., California. Combined Assets, s--jo.aon.oau, gold. THAIS. R. JOHNSON, ftti Temple Block, oci4:f Los Angeles, Cal. Peter Lumioy, Main ntueot, second door from corner of Court street, litis v splendid assort ment of (iroeerles. Provisions, Wines, Liquors Cigars, Toßrtcfo, etc., which he offers at Uie lowest market prices. All goods of the best quality. Order* delivered free ot charge. sep27tf Five spools of Coat's thread for2s ct*. ( Four papers Amerlcau pins for 25 ots. Four pieces Worstead braid for 25 cts. At the Baza AS,, corner oi Main aud Reque na s; reets. . ..< n * Agency Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. Assets, (21,000, -000. Agency State Investment Insurance Company., I Ire atid Marine. Assets, *:m,iw, at Brodrlek's Book Store, near the Postofflce. _ 3K Ten yards brown factory for SI. Eight yards extra heavy 4-4 factory for ft. Ten yards do do .'lO Inch for |1. Four spools Brook's thread lor 25 cts. At the 1! v/. \.\r.. corner of Main and Reque na si reels, opposite the U. S. Hotel. * Four pair seamless hose for 81. Three pair diamond toed Shaker socks for *l 00. At Isaac Norton iv Co.'s, corner of Main .md Requena streets, opvosiie V. & Hotel * Agency Imperial of London and yueeu of Livcrpool;capital,SlH,(rl0 1 0t)0. North ern of London, capital, *:5,tt)0,1M)0; and Hart ford ol Hartford, capital, *»,000,000. Office: Room No. .'I Downey Block:. JOHN OAR LIN, Agent. seps-tf »«_ The tide of immigration is Steadily set ting in, and the flist thing eastern people do is to tni'OW away their New York Hats and buy v new one of Dksmoko. They say there is no comparison between the two. ii^i Go to the Fashionahle Tailor, Fitz patrick, when you want a fine suit of clothes. If you desire recommendation, ask any of his numerous customers, and you will be told that" Fitz." always does Ids work well— Klving line work, good material and reasona ble prices. The Spring-street barber shop is pre ferred by nil good critics of the toilet. Three good barbers are always ou hand to do first-class work in a prompt, e(tsy and fashionable manner. Cleanliness scrupulously observed and prices moderate. Hair - cutting, 25 cents; shampooning, 25 cents; and shaving, 25 cents. Mr. Purpura re quests the pieaaure of frequent calls from his patrons. • IMPORTANT! .11 Ml . t .»*. "LIVE AND LET LIVE," IS OUR MOTTO. 1 .../JAfIG HO >Ti 3ii . II •. j Anil we mean to do the fair thing with the public. Not sell a few leading articles below cost, and unoJie It up nu other goods; but *c will sell All Class of Goods ft if ri ids ■iZiVi. at merely a living profit. You will find now iin our store, tho very best stock of DOMESTIC GOODS. - - also, — . A in j i line of thfi newest und prettiest DRESS GOOD Hlj -- such a» - - Black Silk, Fancy Silks. Poplins, Serges. Merinos, Delaines, &c, Kver bronyh l lo UiN market. Furthermore 1 - i hr best nutke • >i" California Boots and Shoes. For Ladies, Gems. Misses, Hoys und Children. Also, a mil line ol Ihe bed Clothing and Furnishing Goods. We do not blow nor brag,"but If you wish to be convinced, iniitfl to t'n< store rOJ ri fI,K! I UJi'.l j.lU''/iC IMPORTANT, MAIN STRMKT, ,I'ndcrfhe Lafayette ■ tfoteli» ' 1 And you will find NEW AND FRESH COODB Cheaper than elsewhere. net 1411' ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Mnj'»i". At tiie request of runny Influentlul i Itliens, ". I'.KAC I uIY will be a candidate for Mayor ■ at the coming municipal election. oct6 Q Mayor. At the request of many eKlsons, *ae«n«et slgncd nnnouncea himself a candidate for Mnyor, at the nC.vt Mirnlotpal election. F. HAHICHI. , Los Angeles, Her). l.Vh, 197*. For dTiy Mnrsliid. JACOB r. Caudulat# far City Marshal. dcfM* For City Marahal. B. V. IIARTLEE announces himself aa a Candidate forthe oflice of City Marshal, at the coming c ecllon. octfl ITor City Marshal. FRANCIS BAKER,ex-Marshal.announc es htmsell as a Candidate for the office of City Marshal at the coming election. sepSO For City Marshnl, EMU. HARRIS, Detective Officer, desires to announce himself as a cundiinTttl for oqr next City Marshal. s£p2» ' For City Marahal. JOISN .1. CARKIELO announces hlm seUa»aChnllidate forthe oflice of City Mar shal, at the coming Muuiclpul election. * For City Treafcurari 11. KEEIfcIIMAN announces himself a* a candidate tot CTTT TftfcASrnltri at the etnui- Inyelection.,, | sepi6 For City Trealurer, HERMANN KIEOECKEN, Nr., announ ces himself as a candidate forthe ottice of CITT Treasurer at tho ensuing Municipal elec tion. sep2t * For City Treosurer. Jl'll S 111 1,1,1 S announces bin, s- ■11 as a candidate lor the office of City Treasurer at the coming election. aep2» For City Treasurer J.L.WARD, gjggfl. For City Assessor, JOHN Z. MORRIS. icll* REAL ESTATE BUSINESS. CHAMBERLIN BANCROFT, RE Asfco- EST ATE BROKERS, 21 SPRING ST., • - LOS ANCELES, Nearly opposite Postofflce ond Court House, ITIOR SAEE.—A commodious HOME > stend property, pleasantly located near the centre of the city, ready for immediate oc cupation (with furniture, kitchen utensils, fuel, ctjlckeus, etc., 11 BO desired by the pur chaser,'* will be sow-on moderate and easy terms, if applied for soon, Price, $5,000. FOR SALE.—2O ACRES CHOICE LAND on Han Pedro street, opposite the proper ty puiuhuacil by Mr. Ceo. B. Davis. Hot! equal to tffooest, and extremely low at 815 per acre. FOR SAEE.-feO ACRES GOOD LAND (sand loam soil) located within a few rods' ot the Race Track, splendid soil for ihe cul ture of orange and lime trees. Price per acre, fBf fit). SAM. to ACRES IMPROVED JJ Land, artesian well, good house and burn 260 bearing vines, and a nursery of 300,000 or ange seedlings. Located within three miles of Postollioe. Price, $1,000. TTIOR SAI.E.-IO ACRES IMPROVED J Idind, (line sandy loam soil) located four miles from Postotllce. (iood house, wa11,50 Krult trees bearing and ono acre In Muscat nnd Alexandria grapes bearing. Property paitiallv enclosed by live fence. Owners must sell. Price, jJ2."jOO. 17M1R NA EE—AN IMPROVED FARM OF _ BO acres, good house of live rooms, corral granerM nnd arlesliin well. Looutod near Flore »<<e. Price, $3-,500, ITIOB SA I.E. - .15 ACRES SPLENDID soil J In city limits, with ftm water privileges. A One chance /or specula! on. The property can be sulwlivklod and sold to great advan tage. Price, $10,000. FOR SALE.—BUILDING LOT ON Third near Fort street. Price, $H5O, FOR SALE.—BUILDING LOT ON Fort near College, 120x105. Price, *I,M». FOR SALE*—FIFTY BUILDING LOTS on Alameda street near First. Prlcca from $225 to JUM). CTOR SALE.-TWO HUNDRED BUILD- S' Ing Lots on Sepulveda, Turner and Ban ning sireuts. Prices from ?;00 to 8300. Terms easy. ' FOR RENT.-SIX THOUSAND ACRES good grasliig hind, (denty of water. Rent per year in advance, j.soo. FOR RENT.—FARM OF SIXTY ACRES near Fiyrenee,, well imp: p o\ed. Terms easy. * l ? ) CJ FOR RENT.--SEVENTEEN HUNDRED acres good grazing lund, desirably locat ed. Terms eatiy. WANTED.— OQtiD; BUSINESS MEN OF capital to enquire, at our office concern ing fc'ood business elpportunlties and invest ments. CHAMBERLIN &, BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers. 81 SPRING ST., Nearly opposite Postoftice alidTjourfHouse. **gfcMaaaßßgggMMMEggg ! Ml S C ELLANEOUS. " RoferS iro. Celebrated Silver Plated Ware at C. H. BUSH'S. . , _i ?,.... . „ . .i. jf SPECIAL NOTICE ...BY THE... SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society mm i As hourly one-half of the stock ofthe Soci ety remains unsold: as lt Is the desire of the DirecJLoxs ip make, the Society a favorite one with the people\,f the entire Distrtei as the titleto the grounds Is perfect, and as the land which each shiiiocarrles is worth almost the pur value of a share, anil ns it is the intention of the Society to divide up the unsold stock on L.c 7th day of November next, notice is given tunll residents or the District that they may purchase siook, as long as it lasts, at $70 per share i the amount now.paid bj'lonfteen assessments) and liable to |90 more assess ments In the course of Iwo or three veals, or 3100 per share, Which fully pays up. This of fer to remain open until Nov. 5, 1871. Bj direction of the Society. JOHN (!. DOWNEY, Brine in your Watches & Clocks, that ail others have failed to make run. C. H. BUSH. BOARDING HOUSE. I HAVE FIRST-CLASS; ACCOM MOD A tlons for bourd and lodging, with Newly Furnished Hooium, and tables supplied with the best the mnrkct afford-. Terms:— 9H SO per week. L. F. RUCKEL, ALISO STREET, near Ali*»4»tore. sepMiv - 3xr,-niTra nn SIXTEEN ACRES OF LAND Sf AIN AND WASWNGTOV STS. Ten Acres in Vineyard and Orchard. One Thousand Foreign "Vine*, Which produced $200 worth of grapes this year. The other vines are 14 years old, and produced 100,000 )>ouuds oi grapes. Orange orchard Just coming Into bearing. PRIOK. L 7 V . . *8,000, Address " M." Postofflce Box 98. nrpSOtt NEW IMPORTATION. DIRECT FROM THE EAST! 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 i "tt Mi Brands of Cottons. Also a very large slock of Clothing, Hats, Soots and Shoes, . * »•» L- . T. v i;TfimM and Valise**, Boys and Youths' Suits. 200 Colman Bros. Fine Dress Suits. Prices to suit everybody. Don't forget the corner, Hellman's Block. T DEFY COMPETITION. oct7tf I NEWAMFcIL WHOLESALE GROCERS V N D Hardware Merchants, 7', f>» Ac 11, Los St. -v. j.- ; yft | . THE ATTENTION of the trade is called to our large and complete stock of Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Shelf AND H JL "V M JL Ti 1> W JL » E, Iron, Steel, Farming Implements, -Wagon Material Paints j|wia OiSs, Which we offer at greatly reduced rates. Special attention given to Mining Supplies. H ?,EWMARK & CO* sep26 Los Angeles, Cal. 1 I'.W ...'.,.! l-11-UiiJ J 1 . ■ Immense Sacrifice! „. MAMMOTH BOOT & SHOE STORE Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE 500 Prs. Men's Tap-soled Calf Boots, ist quality, $6 00, for merly $7 50. 500 Prs. Men's Single-soled Calf Boots, Ist quality, $5 50, for merly $y. 500 Prs. Men's Calf Boots, 2d quality (San Francisco make) $4 50, formerly $6. 500 Prs. Boys' Calf Boots, ist qual., $4, 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. ffrtfr Anyone \vli<> read* these nlwi can sec that I sell my Splendid and Well-assorted Stock of Men's, Boy*' and Ladies' Wear cheaper than any hoiwe in t lie city. I must clear out my preeeid Stock at ouce to make mom for the extensive Winter Assortment how arriving. auglstf WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY G. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL, DEALEUH IN UlMlt*liC?S. zuitl <i In Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings of ail Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGENTS TMrUi; California Chemical Paint Company. LIBEKAt INDUCEMENTS Ol FERED TO myooiii 13 PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. hotel, Main Street, Eom A.iijg'eles. A First-class House • - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. THK BLKEPIMI A 1» .V RTMKNTS Are larg« and well veutilated, and In the best possible condition. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. No expense will be .par*" to make the Hotel equal to any en the Coast, a3B-tf—6