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WEDNESDAY OCT. 21, 1874. mm^^^m r mm m\ mmm r mm^^^'^mmmm^^^^m^mmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mm^^ The Democrats <>f San Francisco thought they could afford to burn a few pounds of powder on Telegraph Hill iv honor of recent victories in the East. Tbe ChronicUt alludes to the fact In the graceful style that charac terizes a Tom-cat a lien a heavy boot presses his tail. For a professed inde pendent paper, the C/nuitirte has a most cordial hatred of Democrats. Thk failure of K. L. Morgan's sons, reported by telegraph, is greatly to be regretted. They have been the objective point at which the middle men organs leveled their poisoned shafts and because they were acting as agents for Ihe I'atons of Husbandry in shipping their wheat, tne Grange haters hated and maligned them. The telegraph says the G rangers |„se nothing by the failure. At 3 o'clock this afternoon, Mr. Geo. B. Davis' Alden Fruit Drying Factory will start up for the lirst time. A combination of circumstances over which Mr. Davis had no control has delayed the completion of the factory for nearly or quite two weeks. The grape season is now so far advanced that he will not this year manufacture hy many tons as many raisins as he expected to place on the market when he commenced building his factory. He will, however, get to work in time to turn out many tons of first-class raisins before the close of the season. Dr. Bentlky, of San Francisco, has been elected Superintendent of the Branch State Asylum. Jt was a par titan election, aud defeated Dr. Wil- KINB, of Marysville, who spent two years traveling over the Kast and Eu rope examining asylums aud studying the different systems under which they were conducted. It will be re membered that Governor Haioht did not permit his political preferences to remove Dr. Shcrtlifk, even though pressed to make the change. He believed Siiihtli kk to he the right man in the right place, and he sunk politics. It is a pity the present consumers cotild not be equal ly humane and magnanimous. An Enquiry. Editor Herald: Asa new citizen of Los Angeles I wish to enquire: Does the Evening Express belong to the Water Company. Msusa* OBSERVER. Los Angeles, October 20th, 1874. If "Observer had read our little coteuiporary's issue of last evening, lie would not have made the above enquiry. A paper that will deliber ately assert that the water furnished this city is pure, is either a fool, a knave or a slave. The "Herald" and Its Friends. We have, it appears, waked the wrath of the Water Company, and we are iv consequence threatened with libel suits, personal violence, and other little uupleasantries calculated to disturb the equilibrium of an even tempered institution. This would ho discomforting, were it not that we cheer ourselves with the conscious ness that we have uttered nothing but what we have abundaut reasons for believiug to be true, and that in mak iug tbe statements that have appeared in the Herald relative lo the impur ities of the water furnished this city, we have done the people a lasting ser vice, for whicli we are daily receiving their thanks. It Is not our purpose to make v single unfair or prejudiced statemeut relative to the reservoirs of the Los Angeles Water Company, nor do we believe that we have print ed a single word on the subject that will not be sustained by those of our citizens who have informed them selves as to the facts in connection therewith. On the other hand, if by • ailing attention to irregularities and impurities at the fountain head of a stream from which twelve thousand people obtain their water for domestic purposes, we shall cause a correction of those irregularities and a removal of those impurities, we shall regard ourselves as successful performers of a Herculean task and rejoice that the work is done, even though in doing it we have drawn upon ourselves the enmity and ill will of all the self-as sumed "exclusive franchise" in the city of Los Angeles. The Herald i 9 the people's paper and it expects the ill will of those who have proven themselves anything hut the friends of the people. Railroad Prospect. The railroad magnates, Chock Kit, Colton, Gkay and Gauk, returned from the east yesterday morning. They extended their tour as far east as San Gorgouio Pass. They arc lav ish in their praise of the country be tween here and the Pass, and especial ly of that around San Bernardino The party had a long consultation with the people «.f San Bernardino on Monday night, and the utmost good feeling prevailed. The citizens ottered to furnish the ties and assist in grad ing the road and take stock iv the road in payment therefor. The party report the San Gorgonio Pass one of the Quest for railroad purposes. Tiie preparation of the road bed from Spadra to and through the Pass is neither difficult nor expensive. It is < not yet definitely known what amount or the road will be buiit this year, nor is H known on w hat part of the route it will be built. Thecoiupany expect to, add fifty miles to the track which now terminates at Bakerslield. A twenty mile section is already ordered, and thirty miles more will be added before Spring. This will extend the track some thirty miles into Tehachape PaM, or within seventy miles of San Fernando. Mr. Crock eh says, how ever, that it is more than probable work will he commenced on the extension east from Spadra, at the same lime track laying is going ou south of Bakerstield. Should these plans l«e carried out,and there is every reason to believe they will, we shall have the benefits of onu hun dred miles additional track within the next four or five months. The plans of the company concerning this part of the State will be arranged us soon as Messrs. Citot ker anil Coi.ton re!urn to Sacramento. A Sudden Improvement. Lust Sunday morning, on the au thority of a gentleman whose word we will take for as inueh as Hamlet would that of the ghost, the Herald stated that the reservoir and ditches of the Los Angeles Water Company were in a condition that could not but render the water taken from them so impure as to endanger the health of those using it. Since the appearance of the article a number of gentlemen have endorsed its statements, but we had called the attention of the com pany to a matter which we considered dangerous to the health of the com munity, anil thus discharged our duty in the premises. At 10 o'clock on Tuesday morning, we received an in vitation from the Superintendent of the Water Company to visit the res ervoir and ditches. This invitation was extended to each of the newspa pers and a representative of each office went up to the reservoir. We have conferred with three of the rive representatives, and they all say that tho ditches and reservoirs are in a very fair condition; that the)/ found men at work on the ditches; anil that the indications were that men had been engaged in cleaning out the ditches and improving the appearance of the reservoir within thirty - si.v. hours of their visit. Between the appearance of the HERALD article on Sunday morning and the company's invita tion to the press to visit the reservoir on Tuesday forenoon, the Water Com pany performed a considerable amount of labor and improved the appearance of the reservoir and ditch, and we hope improved the quality of the water furnished the city. We have no further comments to make at this time, and will only add that the Her ald is pleased to chronicle the alac rity with which the company has heeded the warning and applied itself to the task of improving the appear ance and condition of its reservoirs and ditches. We trust that the neces sity for a second allusion to the im proper condition of the fountain-head from which we obtain our water will not present itself. Grand Lodge of Free-Masons. The fifth annual communication of the Grand Lodge of F. and A. M. of California, closed yesterday at Mason ic Temple. The morning was devoted to the reception and adoption of Com mittee reports. The Committee ou Pay Roll recommended allowance to delegates similar to those awarded last year. In the afternoon the retir ing Grand Master, Mr. Titus present ed to his predecessor, Leonidas Pratt, on behalf of the Grand Lodge, an ele gant silver breakfast service, manu factured by Koehler & Bitter of this city. Mr. Pratt has served as Grand Master four consecutive terms, and is said to have been the best Chief the craft has ever had in California. At '2 o'clock the newly elected officers were installed in the presence of a Lodge room thronged with Master Masons. This ceremony over, the Grand Lodge adjourned till next year. The follow ing appointments were made by Mr. Perkins, the new Grand Master: Grand Chaplain, William Henry Hill, of Los Angeles; Grand Orator, Henry Huntly Haight, of San Francisco"; Astistant Grand Secretary, Wm. Ed ward Moody, of San Francisco; Grand Lecturer, John Werner ShaefTer, of San Francisco; < irand Marshal, Josiah Perkins Browne, of Sau Francisco; Grand Bible Bearer, Samuel Graves, of San Francisco; (fraud Standard Bearer, Nathaniel Dunbar Plum, of Forbestown; Grand Sword Bearer, Henry Vedeou, of San Francisco; Senior Grand Deacon, Moses Heller,of San Francisco; Junior Grand Dea con, John Whitten Surface, of lone City; Senior Grand Steward, Charles McCormick, of San Francisco; Junior Grand Steward, Charles Wilson Bush, of Los Angeles; Grand Pursuivant, John C Pattridge of Susanville; Grand Organist, Samuel David Mayer, of San Francisco; Grand Tyler, James Oglesby, of San Francisco. - ,V. Chronicle, October \Hth. The Territories. Five candidates are out for sheriff in Walla Wall county (W. T.J and several precincts to hear from. The total amount of freight for warded over the Utah Central and Southern railroads during the mouth of September, amounted to 45,075,205 pounds. Whatcomb couuty (W. T.) is to have an independent ticket for legis lative and county offices. Other counties on the Sound are are paring to follow suit. B. L Sharpstein lias been nominated by the Democrats of Washington Ter ritory for delegate to Congress. Judge Orange Jacobs is the regular Repub lican nominee. The hop crop of the Puvallup valley, Washington Territory, for the preaenl year is 280,000 pounds. The Democratic Convention of Ida ho was at a dead look on the selection of a candidate for delegate to Congress. At last accounts forty ballots had been taken, the vote standing nearly tbe same—l 4 for H. K. Foot*, 11 for F K. Ensign und a for B. S. Fenn. Examination of Muybridge. CALIBTOGA. October IMb. —Muy- bridge, who killed Major Larkins, had a preliminary examination here to-day before Justice Palmer, and was com mitted to jail to await the action ofthe Grand Jury. He was taken by Con stable Crutumel on the afternoon train to Napa. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. Ex-.rpolileut Johnson ou llic Stump Memphis, October 17th. Fx-I'resi deut Andrew Johnson made a speech iv this city to-night at tiie Opera House to an audience of about one thousand persous. He took up the subject of labor, asserting that il was the foundation of everything. He next touched upon the limitation of organized law-making, ami cited nu merous historical illustrations to show that the Constitution of the United States had been violated. He then alluded to the public debt of Tennes see, in which he at lirst advocated a 50 percent, repudiation and wound upbv advocating its entire repudiation; he touched lightly upon the repudiation of tlie Nationul debt, charging that unless this was done the people of the country would all eventually become slaves to a monied aristocracy, lie barely mentioned the third term ques tion, and after speaking for an hour and a half, rinding that his audience was becoming wearied and gradually leaving, lie branched oft" upon his claims as a candidate for the I. S. Senate, and acknowledged that his only aim was position und power to confront his enemies. He finally wound up with an attack upon Gov. Brown for opposing him. He also re lated what benefits he had secured for the South during his administration. His speech was listened to attentively except by the restless portion of the audience, and ho was frequently ap plauded, especially in that portion of it is speech lavoring repudiation. • While I.ongiM rs ftccogriilzc tutored .Hen's KltflitM. Franklin, La., October 17th. -At a parish nominating convention of White Leaguers held here to-day the following resolution was unanimously adopted: We, the White League of St. Marys Parish, iv Convention assembled, do hereby declare and recognize fully and freely all the political and civil rights of the colored people; and in order to give them a conclusive guarantee of our good faith in this recognition— Resolved (first ), That we clothe our Parish Executive Committee with full power to retire the names of any candidates for parish offices nominated by us in favor of any competent col ored man or men; provided that not more than half of the ticket be colored people, and that candidates be named competent to fill the respective offices. (Second) That we hereby invite the colored people to meet us in mass meeting on the _4th of October at Franklin, there to nominate candi dates and accept the propositions herein made. A Journalistic In vesication ol' Nout it em Outrages. Mobile, October 17th.—There is a correspondent of the New York limes here investigating the truth of the re ports sent from Alabama to Washing ton by Republican politicians. He called yesterday on the prisoners from Sumter county, now iv the Couuty jail charged with the murder of Bil lings. He declares his intention of 1 writing the absolute truth, which will be a great J surprise to many of the Northern people. l.ouWlaun Matters. New Orleans, October 19th. There will probably be a meeting of the Con ference Committee to-morrow, the Conservatives having to-day .sent a note to the Republicans, inviting the Conference. Twenty days is allowed for tilling vacancies in returning the Board, By the terms of t he Conference, the agree ment expired to-day. The Conserva tives are ready with their men to till the two vacancies promised. Gov. Kellogg has not been able to obtain the required resignations, but four members of the returning Board agreed to resign, provided Wells will resign. Wells is absent, and the date of his return is uncertain. Stanley The Kultau and tbe Ameri ca v I'ress. New York, October 19th. The Herald's London dispatch states thut Stanley has arrived at Zanzibar. The Sultan lias accorded a reception to Ihe American Press. Democratic Majority. Washington, October Huh. Offi cial returns of the Indiana election show v Democratic majority of 14,733, with several counties yet to be heard | from. FOREIGN. French Election. I'akis, October 18th.—Full returns of the election yesterday for vacancies in the Assembly, show that Dellisse Erylande, Bonapartist, leads the poll in Pas DeOlaisis, but as he fails of a majority a new election will be neces sary. In the AlpesMaritimes.Medicin and Cheris, Kepublic.au candidates, were elected. In the department of Seine-et-Oise, the election for mem bers of the Assembly resulted in the success of Mr. Benard, Republican. ITre iv Moutrcal. MONTREAL, October Mb.—A lire at Montreal destroyed what is known as the Nun's Block. Loss, $930,000, nearly covered by insurance. The block was one of the tinest iv Mon treal. Trial of Vail Aruiiu --The Argentine Itepubl le, Bkki.in, October 19th.—It la report ed that the last domiciliary visit to the residence of Van Arinin was mere ly for the purpose of delaying his trial. Van Arinin is in close confine ment awaiting his trial, three weeks hence. He is charged with insubordi nation. News from the Argentine Kepublic continues warlike. The Commanders of several vessels in the navy have joined the insurgents. SAN FRANCISCO. failure at K. K. M«rgJ in s Hit MS nn other ■■■•Me Uelwjf In llio lie |>nrture ol NeuHtur June* lor I'nun lUllll. San Fkancisco, October 19th, K. E, Morgan's Sous have failed for a large amount. Tbe London ami Ban Francisco Hank is the largest credi tor, and the obligations were incurred last year. The firm has been acting as the shipping agents of the Grangers in this Stute and Oregon. The losses of tbe firm last year are believed to have been heavy, and principally through chartering vessels to arrive at high figures, and the extreme rales paid for cargoes of wheat. There was considerable activity in the mining stock to-day. Ophir rose to SoH, the highest in sonic time, and a gain of six dollars since Saturday; Consolidated Virginia rose to $102, an advance of four dollars; California took an upward turn for the lirst time in several days, rising to $(m, a gain of six dollars; Jacket and Savage each rose three dollars; Best and Belcher, nnd Could and Curry, each two dol lars; Exchequer declined $10; Beg. Belcher rose lo; Overman rose four dollars; Caledonia and t'hollar, each about one dollar higher. No other change*, The VMM De <iatna sailed for China and Japan to-day. sin- took js4i»o,iHH) in treasure anil 82] passen gers. A young man named N. Selnier, twenty-two yean of age, committed suicide this morning by shooting him self tbrOUgh the heart. He 'left ft number of letters, explaining Ihe act, from which it appears he was moved to despair by the indiHerenie of a young WORflan on whom he had tlxed his affections. Deceased waa a native of Norway and Secretary of the Buenavista VinicidtUral Society Of Sonoma county. San Fhanvi.-i o, October 20th.— The liabilities of Morgan's Sons is $355,000, It Is stated that the Gran gers of this State aud Oregon are not sufferers. Owing to the fact thut stages <ni part of the route to Puna mint have been withdrawn, Senator .1. P. Jones and party did not start for that place to-day, and will be detained until other arrangements for transportation are made. 11. B, M. steamer Tenedos, from Panama and other South American pot ts, is coming up the harbor. The funeral of Harry Larkins, ■hot by Muybridge, Dikes place to day. Says the Lake county /frr of Thurs day: ''A large party of surveyors is just now on the shores of Clear* Lake. Without making a posil ive assertion, we believe we are justified in stating that the visit of these gentlemen is made under the auspices of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors." NEW TO-DAY. Money! Money! Money! The safest way (<> Invest your money la lo liny sonic ot my cigars. They aro the best on tliis const. I can challenge competition, us I have always the finest brands of domestic and imported goods on hand; Tho best "hit" cigar, und everything or the "finest qualify. L (iOI.IIS.MITH', Main St., next to W. F. A Co.'s Express. The Latest illustrated Papers always on hand. W'ANTKD. A YOUNG WOMAN WHO li* A FlRST claas French cook lately arrived from San Francisco, wishes a situation in a private family as cook or in other domestic capaci ties. She will give good references. Apply to Mr. and Mrs. Founder, Commercial street, opposite Moscarel's building. oet2l-Btt. NOTICE. rpilK PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED X that I shall eommenoe the construction Ofthe Main street sewer to-day, Wednesday, October gist, in accordance with the" contract entered into by the City of Lo* Angeles and the firm of E. Gay A Co. By the!dissolution of tiie partnership heretofore existing be tween myself and L. A. Dougherty, the con tract is assumed by me ami will be discharged in its fuii fore,-. Work wilt be commenced on Main street, iv front of Temple Block, oetfhlt E. GAY. MECHANIC'S HOUSE, ~ JOHN KUNEKE, PROPRIETOR. ( KoIOIKKLY I'l. I'KK NISSEN.I Corner Spring; aud 3d streets, board and Lodging per week »> SO. The best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, Lei* at the Bar. uctSOtf UNION STABLES, >lA.XIN STREET, i Near the Pico House. I ASKIN & HEWITT, PROPRIETORS. branches*, is ready io^^S^^^^^^S^^ accommodate the public in the bast manner. The capacity of this Stable is greater thau that of any other in Southern California. Horses and Buggies and Oarril gas, with careful drivers, to let by the day o. week. Horses boarded and groomed by tho Duv, Week or Montti. Respectfully solicit a share of publtc patron age, pledging in return uttentiou to business and a determination to satisiv their custom ers. oct2ltf ROOMS TO RENT! Perry & Riley's New Building. OX MAIN »XH,B:B3T. Has recently been completed, and is now be ing put In shape for occupancy. This build ing is a large three-story brick, situated In the central portion of Ihe city, between the Pico House and the Clarendon Hotel. The first lioor is occupied by business houses, and the second and third lloors are finished off for lodging rooms for single gentlemen and fam ilies. The building Is finished iv superior St) le, the Brussels carpets in the halls and the gas futures alone costing upwards of $0-0. The building is supplied with gas and city water. Furnished moms to single' gentlemen tor from si& to s2i|. Furnished rooms with double beds for sin gle gentlemen for from sua to a:ilj. suites of rooms, unfurnished, for Jilaud upwards. Suites or rooms, furnished with elegant marble-top furniture, for from *») to -on. A large number of rooms are already en gaged. Eastern visitors coming to Los Angeles for their health will Unci here the most comfort able und pleasant, rooms in the city. S. H. SLAUCHT, ■teal Estate Agvut, oct2ltf Room 10, ut head of stairs. W AM'l,l' A MAN WHO TtaOROUGH- Iy understands the process of burning charcoal. Apply at Tlvoll Garden, corner of First and sun Pedro streets. oc2u.it*' For The person who lost a Handker chief with ring, holder Jrc ,can have It by calling al this othec, proving properly anil paying lor this udverliscruenl. ocl'JO-1 w 8111 ATIO.X WAXIEO.-A voting loan Who Writes il lair hand, and is familiar with mercantile business and ollice work, de sires a situation ol some kind. Will go any where. The best ofreierences furnished. Address ) . i). BOX BW, l/os Angeles. oolSfKlw* WANTED. IAW OH OTHER r'ltl'YlVO IN ENO _j lii.li, Herman or V» uch Translations correctly mode. Terms moderate. A paly r. o. Bos i.'.t, ..el 17- An* lAUUK ITKilMlli.lt UOMNM vml J Ktrst Class board, ai the new house ud- Jolning the( 'ongregul in mil eimivli, New High "trci-l. .•.-.'IT-iw Forty Acres of Land fjr Sale. A lUiiIMViI TIIE M.RM'I-l.TI'l; \ | J\. Hark." our ni ihe Him'»i phc's o' I'ititl m the city. The ►«!! is rich una every fool en ii be Irrigated, unit in otiej ear will be wort h double the price nuked tn-ilav. \ppvio OEWEY. KIM HALE * 1.'0,, ncti7-i« Ni « ii, s Buthilnr. EOU SALE. \ BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE-Locted in ihe most dct (ruble por. ion ol the cily. House is new and contains nine large rooms, besiiies, bathroom mul closets, i.oi is Anoly improved wilh shade trees, shrubbery mid llowers. Newly laid Urussel carpel aud large Bookingrauge goes with the property. This Is will one exception, the finest residence In Ihe market, and will be sold for h; ...oo caell. Apply lo CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, Opposite Court House. octl.Vlw H.J. STEVENSON, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, U. S Deputy Land and Mineral Surveyor. surveys of nil kinds lv the city or at a dis tance. nMups made, Eield notes and descri|i tloiis furnished dtc. OFFICE—NO. 43 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles, Cal. oct2Utr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CITY OF PARISH GRAND OPENING - 11 r r v i. FALL SEASON, Monday, October 12. 74. Eugene Meyer & Co., 5 f & 53 Main Street Win open Their NEW AND ELEGANT STOCK <> X Fall and Winter Goods! NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS: Cashmere de Bagdad, Serges, Diagonals, Vigognes, Camel-Hair Cloths, PonoHoißia 9 Black and Colored Silks In all Qualities and Shades. PARTICULAR ATTENTION Is culled l<i this line ol good*, being our direct Importa tion irom tut* celebrated manufactories of Lyon iFruncei, and whlcb will be sold at Im porter's Prices. Plain Black Goods: CRETONNE, CASHEMERK, LONDON CLOTH, FAMISE CLOTH, F.MPREss CLOTH, BOMBAZINE, Foulards, A LP At'AS. A LSO, A complete stock of tbe lute.it styles o| I .<(<*<:*« audi l X , t*iiii*ninj£a«, Ta watcti our DREss UOOIW. SHAWLS! FRENCH BROCHE, SCOTCH SHAWM, in great \Srjety. Baby Linen and Ladies' Underwear, Ladies' and Children's Hoisery, White Goods, Linen Damask, Damask Napkins, Towels, —AND OTHER— Housekeeping Goods ! HANDKERCHIEFS, LINEN SETTS, CUFFS, COLLARS, PARASOLS, FANCY ARTICLES AND RUFFLINCS, In all the Different Styles ! GENTS' AND BOYS' 11l great variety of \Uv lateil siyies. Gents' Furnishing Goods, CompTlSldiranill line of the celebrated ATKINSON WHITE SHIRTS California Made Underwear, COTTON and WOOLEN HOISERY. Kle., etc., etc, Coiiipleie A HMot'l iii«-n t OE - California and Eastern .lude BOOTS ot SHOES! We Invite Mic |>e<>)ilH |„ ( .\n»,,iiie our new goods. I nn N'.iM-k is OOMpiste ine\eiy tinincli. bin Inn ustraordtuary fttcllitiss In iUe purebsse ol our Hoods, must ot W blcli we receive direct from UtS iniiiKiiiicturcr". We ure xiialilcd to sell 110-iu ul lower price* tliun oilier liuiisr here, We nindi opntluu* 'be ONE I'HICE SYSTKM. CITY OFPARISI EUGENE MEYER & Co., (Successors to 8. LAZARD & Co.) The Barnum of the Pacific!! MONTGOMERY QUEENS GIGANTIC MENAGERIE ■ 0 " * THE FINEST COL LECTION OF Rare Wild Animals, Birds, etc., Ever Exhibited in America, A COLLECTION OF WONDERS ~~ I'NSriU'ASSEI) g how . n c Country ! LOS A NGELES, Wednesday and Thursday m October 28th & 29th, AFTERNOON and EVEN TNG, Cor. Wilmington and Requena Sts.. £4. San Fernando, TUESDAY ■ - Oct. 27. If )f|i^ ! Wilmington. FRIDAY •• 30. i Ai* Anahcim - SATURDAY « 31. S;.,u!r:i. SUNDAY Nov. 1. ; -- 'p- %Sai! Bernardino. MONDAY - - " 2. V " g ' J/'' - - - " TUESDAY -- - 3. ffl >y - H gflVw ' Spadra. WEDNESDAY -- - - » 4. X. i 2 *T- : $ San Buenaventura. SATURDAY - 7. MISS MOLLIE BROWN", ( hampion Eqttettrenne of the World. The Greatest Youthful Equestrian pro digy that the world has ever produced. This wonderful rider executes at each peiiornmnce the thrilling and astounding feet of throwing sonicrsaults upon her steed, while coursing the ring with lightuing-lilu' rapidity. ' ' Ellsler^ The Bravest, most Intrepid and most Graceful Tight-Rope Artist and Aacetf cionlst living. Madamei Tournair. The great Horsewoman, will appear each evening in her wonderful Menage act IST-A.T AUSTIN", California's old favorite—acknowledged the Ones) Shakespearean Je.-toi' of the Aye. BILLY BURKE, SIGNOR FERRANTI. BELMONT BROTHERS. K&s£BEMt~-- _ - Tin ivailml Gymuasls and Acrobats w innlrrs in theii line. UNAPPROACHABLE j n their various lines of Business. THE GREAT MENAGERIE Embraces RAKE ANIMALS from every clime, nndis undoubtedly the finest collection in this or any other country. The elethant, "t.uiiaii Rooke," the largest Elephant that e*er crossed Ihe continent. A mil-grown AFRICAN ELAND, purchased expressly for Montgomery tjiu en's Ureal Shew, from the London Zoological Gardens. This magnificent aud ran' animal Is the largest of the largest of t he Antelope tribe, and by far the largest ofthe kind ever exhibited in tins count ij . A genuine HAUISAHA StEBKA. The specimen In Queen's Menagerie was found lv the moun tainous portion of Northern Ethiopia. Monster HEXiAL TiGKB. the most magnificent of the camleerMis race of felines. The one lv this establishment is the largest and finest specimen in America. A,Genuine AFRICAN lion, tiie largest ever imported totals casmtry. Must lordljrafi* race. A LIONESS and four whelps, burn ul Placervllle, Oct, 2d, IK7J. i lie lirst ever born iii California. A full-blooded, double-humped BACTRIAN CAMEIi. Finest specimen ever seen iv any show. TtieCiibia Bara, or RIVER HOG, a native and Inhabitant of the dark and deep waters oi thu rivers and Bayous of South America. Abyssinian Ibex, Kangaroo, Nylghau, Striped hnilSpotU d Hyenas, Sacred Cow end calf, Leo pards and Panthers. A boundless variety of BlltLiß, including an Ostrich, Pheasants, Con dor, Spanish Macaws, Rosa Cockatoos, etc. Look al the urniy of Men, Horses. Animals, I'abtee ('aires, I)i ns. Chariots, etc., as il covers the highways and passes through the town, and do mil tail to see the Imposing Street I "it rude on tiie morning otthe exhibition. One of the Grandest Feats of the Age, by Mile Jeanette Ellsler, JtfC 1 O'CLOCK 1». 31. Admission, - - 81 00. I Children, - - go Cts. Doors open at I and 6 o'clock. The performance will cjuunenee one hour lutel - 0,-tie-5t