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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
WEDNESDAY NOV. 4, 1574. The E.rpretk lias a greet deal to say about the misrepresentations of the Herald, but it is careful not to desig nate our charge that while claiming to be a Republican organ and accept ing support from that party, it was induced to advocate the election of a Democratic candidate. The little traitor does not charge this as one of the " things that are lies." Tin: little ring organ charges that Mr. S.VRU'Hi is the Water < Vmpany's candidate for Mayor. This is too thin to hide Mr. Tiffany. Mr. Sauk hi is a large man, but large as he is, tlie lion's skin is too short .and the uncov ered ears betray the animal beneath. Mr.S.VKK hi will not ejire to be used as a make-believe candidate of the Water Company for the purpose of inducing citizens to support their real candidate, Mr. Tiffany. The Evttliug ExprtU denies that it offered a direct insult to our German born citizens by au invidious compar ison of their mother tongue with the Chinese language* and asks Mr. BEAU dky to republish its remarks. As Mr. Be Alt dry is less fortunate than Mr. Tiffany in being the owner of a paper, the Herald will give the para graph which the Express asks for but lacks the candor and mutdiood to re produce in its columns. It is as fol lows: The German Ii the lensi useful language one could he possibly possessed ol in active lite in this country, tor the reason Unit Gfer* mans readily acquire tbe English on their arrival here. Practically, the Chinese tongue Would be Infinitely more valuable in the commercial aud racial relations now spring ing up o« this side of the Continent. This is what the little ring organ re insults German born citizens by styl ing "decorous argument." Ikon-claps have depreciated in value rapidly of late or—which is most likely—there is thieving going on by which the Government, and of course the people, are being swindled by wholesale. Lately nine of those ves sels were sold near New Orleans for the insignificant sum of $o!>,000. When we consider the fact that each of these boats cost from $900,000 to 23011,000, we cannot but think there was rascality iv the sale. At any rate the thing looked so bad that the Department re fused to sanction the sale Of but three of the monitors. These vessels, which some one connected with the navy at tempted to steal, are worth at least $2,1X30,000. The indications aro that the rush for Pauamint will commence early in the Spring and continue until that section of the country is alive with miners. All our reports from that locality are of the most Haltering character and it is the opinion of old miners that Pan amint will prove a second Comstock. A large quantity of freight is going forward and men of experience iv sil ver mining are investing immense sums in machinery intended to reduce the ore from the hundreds of rich ledgea already discovered and many of them partially developed. Yesterday a number of gentlemen left this city for Pauamint, where they will court tbe fickle goddess, Fortune. There is no doubt but that Panamint will become a great miningcenter and what is better still, Its mines will be the inducement that will bring the energy and money that will discover and develop hundreds ot ledges now unknown. The Ring Organ Raves. We regret to see tbe Express losing its temper. Its editorial columns of last evening were filled with personal assaults upon Mr. Beaudry and vitu perative articles on the Herald. In our allusion to the circumstance that after a conversation in tbe Supervisor's room between one of tlie publishers of the Express and a couple of Democrats, the professed Republi can organ, with a suddenness almost amounting to indecent baste, became the enthusiastic supporter of a Demo cratic candidate, we merely reverted to a fact well known by the leaders of all parties in this city, and in so doing we did not for a moment suppose that we were uncovering a ghost which would throw our little cotemporary into spasms. We have in our possess ion tbe details of that transaction—tbe incidents of the treachery and amount ot argument that brought it about— and we did propose to lay tlie whole matter before the HSKALD'S readers, but since a bare allusion to the cirumatance produces such strong symptoms of rabies, we dread the effect that a full recital will have on the ex-gauger's organ. Jt is a fact well understood in this city that Mr. Tikkany is the chosen candidate of tbe ring for Mayor, and all understand that the personal attacks on Mr. Beaudry which till the columns of tbe Express are prompted by tbe zeal of that paper to serve the ring to which, it to all intents and purposes, belongs. We do not know that tbe little sheet should be blamed for obey ing the command of its purchasers; it could not do otherwise and live; but it should not whine aud whimper when kicked for its master's sake. When the Express commenced its personal warfare we warned it that there would lie blows to receive as well as to give. An Unpopular Appointment. In the appointment of J>r. Brnti.ev ! to the of the Nan* Insane Asylum Governor RooTn has exposed hinwrtf to the suspicion of using liis executive power for polil ienl preferment. There wore better men who would have accepted tin- appoint* meat and the qiialincattous of those men W«N so well known that it isdifri cult for the Governor's warmest friends, of which tlie HMtALD is known to be one, to oiler acceptable reusems for his oclioo in causing the appqirrtraent of Dr. Bkmlly. We assume, of course, tlmt the Board would not have made this appoint ment had it not been recoiomended by the Governor, \> 1 1< * it is Understood, generally manages these things though the actual eleetioii is made by the votes of the Board Of Directors. The San Francisco /W which is always ready to charge all persons whom it docs not like, and that includes nearly everybody, with improper motives, says one of (lie eligible candidates for the paa!tlon,Dr.\V ilk i sts,was defeated foi the sole reason that Cy. Whf.f.lkr the Governor's, partner desired hisde feal. This is but the mere un sustained assertion of an irrespon.sible party, and will not be believed unless supporting evidence is forthcoming, lint assuming tttatCr. Wheeler did induce the Governor not to nominate Dr. Wn.kins, why is it that Dr. Tri L's was overlooked ? Tins gentleman has for years filled the responsible, position of first assistant physician in the Stockton Asylum. He is un able phy sician, and no man in tlie State better understands the care and management of the insane. C*v. Wiikklkk's per sonal animosity did not extend to Dr. Titi s, yet the Coventor did not favor his election. Partizan journals charge, and they adduce no inconsiderable S>EQOUnt Of evidence to sustain the charge, that the claims of both Dr. WELKINS and Dr. Tv t s were not con sidered for the sole reason that they were Democrats. If the charge is correct, Governor Booth, tbe leader of an Independent party and tlie apostle of Independent principles, has shown himself incapable of sinking his political preferences in the cause of humanity to the extent which marked the course of Gov, Hahjht, a professed Democrat, when ho refused to remove the Republican Superin tendent of the State insane Asylum, Dr. Shuktlifi', because be believed him to be the right man in tiie right place. When Democrats urged the removel of the Republican Superin tendent, the Governor answered that it was the care of the unfottunutes in the Asylum, and not the finding of a place for a member of his party, that actuated him while considering the appointment of a Superintendent of lifted the management of the Insane Asylum out of politics, and Governor BOOTH —au Independent—is charged with throwing it back into the filthy pool. For the sake of humanity and for the honor of the Governor, wo hope the charge will prove without tlie slightest foundation in fact. ONE of the heaviest blows yet re ceived by the "Southern outrage" manufacturers was dealt by the New York Sun. The E<pnf,fie stated that the United States mail train running between Livingston und Demopolis was stopped and robbed by one hun dred armed men on October fifth. The Sun oilers three little facts which en tirely annihilates the Repub lie's story: First, there is no railroad connecting the two towns named and consequently no mail train; second, the mail train between Livingston and Demopolis is carried by a negro on a mule, and, third, that on Monday, October oth, the mule was indisposed and in conse quence no trip was made. Nevada Politics. Virginia Cray, October3lst.—Win. Lehigh has been dropped from the Democratic ticket as candidate for As semblyman and tlie name of Ogden Oiles has been substituted instead. There was suspicion of Lehigh being in collusion with Sharon. Tbe Inde pendent State Central Committee to night took oft' the name of W. H. Beatly for Judge of the Supreme Court, and put instead the name of Abe Hillhouse. A meeting of the Republican* was held this evening in the Opera House. Wm. Woodburn spoke an hour, con lining his remarks principally to per sonal explanations. Tom Fitch fol lowed, announcing himself once more as a Republican. Confusion, laughter and jeers followed. His speech was an abuse of individuals. Charles De Long spoke at length and did not at tempt to follow bis friend Fitch. He alluded to all the candidates for the Benatorthtp, Sutro, Williams, Mitchell, Clark ami himself, but did not once mention the name of Sharon. Sharon appeared, but owing to deli cate health was unable to speak at any considerable length. He was glad to be amongst bis friends and to have an opportunity to shake bands with them. He was not abused by miners, mechan ics and business men, but by hired slanderers. He hoped Providence would kindly smile upon tbe people. He had worked for the interests of the laboring class, and liud always paid liberelly. If wealth be a crime, why then be pleaded guilty; but bis wealth had bee* made to contribute to the well-being of bis fellow-men. After severely denouncing the Sutro scheme, ho closed by saying that be would abide by tbe decision of the people. J. C. Hazlett, candidate for fiov ernor, was not present. Professor Carr's Successor. Professor Hilgard, of Michigan Uni versity, who temporarily supplied the chair of Agriculture at tbe University alter Professor Carr's removal, has been invited to fill it permanently by the Board of Regents. The wheat merchants in Woodland are now paying $1 $5 per one hundred pounds. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. Am RaruNt Npnrriiiu Match. N K.w York, October .51st. —A spar ring match, which nearly ended in a regular prize light ou the stage at tiie Bowery Theatre, took place last night between Edwards and Fiddler Ncary, two well known pugilists. Seven rounds were fought, and Ncary's tace «as battered fearfully. Kdwnrds was comparatively unhurt. They had to be several tiroes by at tendants. Nerloun Riot. RICHMOND Va., October3lst.—A se rious riot occurred yesterday between the I'latt and Norton and Bay He fac tions, lv which pistols and knives were freely used. It is reported that several were killed and many severely wounded. The report* nreconllicling, however. '■'lie Louisiana Elerlloii- Nkw OItLKANS, November BuY Tlie election promises to be quiet. Vp to this hour, 1 P. M., no disturbance of any kind is reported. Persons fraud ulently registered are challenged by either party, and not allowed to vote. Many negroes vote the I 'onservutive ticket;. Dispatches from Franklin and New Iberia, Say that every tiling is quiet in the later Parish. The negroes are re ported as voting strongly with the whites. Up to this time everything is peaceable here. Indications are that the city goes Conservative from i~,0»h) to 14,000 ma jority. The Conservatives claim 15, --000. It is generally believed Ihat Gibson, Conservative, has defeated Snyder, Republican, for Congress, in the District. The Conservatives claim the election of F.llis in the Sec ond, though the race will he very close. The Democrats claim tlie State by from P>,ooo to 6,000 majority. The Republicans estimate their majority in the State at 10,000 or less. The vote for Congressmen in the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Districts will be very close from present indications. Gov ernor Kelloga thinks the Republicans will carry the Slate by a good majori ty, and elect probably five, and possi bly six Congressmen". Governor Mc- Enery thinks the State lias gone Con servative with three Congressmen. Midniuht —There are no returns of the city vote, but it is thought the majority of t hose C-lected are Conserva tives who have 15,000 majority. Re ports from Parishes are meagre, but show a Conservative gain. The indi cations are that the State vote is close. Tlie Conservatives claim four Congressmen; but the Republicans do not admit of any but one. No dis turbance is reported from any quarter. Mteauier Foundered. St. Paul (Minn.), November 2d.— The steamer Lotta Bernard, from Pigeon river to Duluth, foundered in Lake Superior on the 29th ult., during a feariul gale. There was one passen ger aud a crew ol* fourteen on board. The passenger and one of the crew were drowned. The rest escaped in a long boat, landing next day, after suf fering severely. Pacific toast Appropriations. Washinuton, November 2d. —Gon. Humphreys in his annual report asks for the following, among other appro priations, tor the year ending June, 1875: For tho fort nt, Fort 1»..i..*, tan.. mt A feffeat appn> pi iations arc asked at Point San Jose or Angel Island, nor at San Diego, or for the removal of Rincon rock. An appropriation of $20,000 is asked for the defenses at the mouth of the Co lumbia river. The Board of Engineers for the Pa cific Coast has completed an examina tion of the project for the protection of tlie rear of the sea coast defense at Fort Point, Lime Point and Alcatroz Island, and the examination of San Diego harbor for the purpose of ascer taining the amount of sediment depos ited iv the harbor by the floods in San Diego river. In reference te their examination of the Sacramento, San Joaquin and Tu lare valleys with regard to irrigation, the engineers say that the cost of such irrigation would be very great, but that the value bf the lands would be increased many times. Jerome Park Races. Jerome Pake, N.Y., October 31st.— The race for a purse of $300, one and one-eighth miles, was won by Mildew in 1:58 J. The third race, for $000, one and one half miles, was won by Shy lock by three lengths; time, 2:38. Tlie horse B. F. Carver and his owner and jockey have been ruled off the track on account of the jockey pulling the horse in the last race. The last race was a grand steeple-chase for a purse of $800, about two and one-half miles. This was the most interesting of the day. There were thirteen entries, in cluding Trouble and Monstone, the fa vorites, against Green's Harry Booth, Ayres' Blind Tom and Davalo and Lorillard's Resolute and Austrian, Little Mary Clark, Tully's Vesuvius and Cattanack's Impecunious. At the start Trouble took the lead aud maintained it throughout the race. All the horses took the hurdles in fine style, following each other iti close succession. No accident happened, except that Blind Tom lost his rider going over a stone wall. The race was won by trouble, with Davalo half a length behind and Resolute third. Time, 4:18. FOREIGN. Colored I utile mm t v Mooting: In Cnn- HUH. Toronto, October 31st.—An indig nation meeting of the colored citizens of this city was held last evening, at which resolutions were passed protest ing against the outrages on the colored people of tbe South, and tendering their sympathy, with material aid, if required, to their brethren iv their struggle for equal rights. Utah News. Salt Lakk, OetoburSlst.—At Bhig hant cafion this morning Cieorge M. Norton, an assayer, in a (luarrel. shot and fatally wounded Dr. Bredemeyer, the Superintendent of the Neptune mine. The lirst iron which was ever man ufactured in I Hah, was shipped East to-day. A warrant waa issued this evening for the arrest of Geo. C. Bates, ex- United State* District Attorney, for making two assaults on Deo Hollander with a pistol—one to force the pay ment of a promissory note and tne other for publishing the facts of the first assault. A Wrestling Match. Sacramento, October Slat. —The wrestling match to-night between Thomas Harris aud Michael Wbalen, which has excited considerable inter est, was won by Wbalen. Nevada Items. The wood choppers have been driven out of the mountains by (lie storm. On the sth 6th and ttth of November there will be races at Agricultural Park, Virginia City. Twice the volume of water required to turn the mills is now flowing into Carson river. A Virginia City paper says a man can't throw a shovel-full ot snow off of his roof just now without hitting a candidate. The big tailings mill oir Six-mile Carinu is again in full blast and is i timing out a la rue amount of bullion Manager Sohn Piper, having en gaged Frank Mayo and Rosa Rand, will reopen his Opera House iv Vir ginia City ou the 14th instant. MARRIED. PAt'HAt'O—SANCHEZ. In LOS Augeles, oil the evening of the 3d inst., by Justice Gray. Mr. P. Pachaco, ol Contra t'ostu county, 10 Miss Eloulsa Sanchez, of I.os Angeles. NEW TO-DAY. The Races are Over. So now is your time to consider, and to make up your mind about a \ory important mutter of taste. I keep no many different brands of Imported and domestic Cigars, that It Is impossible lor any one to leave my store without beln. r well suited. I guarantee to give satisliu-lion tonll. 1. GOLDSMITH. Main St., next to W. K. Jfc Co.'s Express. The latest Illustrated Papers always ou bund. ENVELOPES 'or the l'ouuy Express for Pnmimuit can be bad at the Imfoutant. No lelters will be carried unless placed in those envelopes. Price, 26 cts. nov-i-lm \A/ANTED. A YOUNG WOMAN WHO VV is ii hirst Class Krenchcook, lutely ar rived from Man Fruucisco, wishes v situation In a private family us cook or lv other do mestic capacities, she will give good refer ences. Apply to Mr. and Mrs. Fournier, Commercial streer, opposite Muscarel's build ing. nov4-3t PROBATE NOTICE. IN THE PROBATE COURT, State of Cali fornia. County of Los A ngeles.—in the Mutter of the Estate ot Lemuel P. Webber, d' - ceased. Notice lor Publication of time lor proving Will, Etc. Pursuant to an order of this Court made tills duy, notico is hereby given, that Monday tlie sixteenth day of No vember, A. D. 1874, in ten o'clock, A. M., of said duy, at tlie Court Room of this Court, iv Los Augeles City, County of Los Angeles, lias besn appointed lor heuring the upplicatlon ol Maria J. Webber, praying that v document now on tile In this Court,purporting to be Ihe last Will und testament of Lemuel P. Webber, deceused, be admitted to Probate, and that letters testamentary be issued thereon to the said Maria J. Webber, at which time and place all persons Interested therein may up pear und contest tho name. Dated November 4th, IS7I. Witness A. W. Potts, Clerk, with the Seal of said Court hereunto. A. W. POTTS. Chirk. Ry E. H. OWKN, Deputy, i.isin.ui 4 Thompson, Attorneys. ' nov4-10d Quite a Contest. There was great excitement yesterday ou Main street on account of the 1,000 advertised in an evening's paper to be given to the horse that made the best time from the race truck to A. Cuyas' Metropolitan saloon, near the Pica House, in order to try sonic of bis famous Eastern mid California oysters. The prize was taken away by a gentleman escort ing several beautiful young Indies. oc2S lw SPECIAL NOTICE. The sailing of thu steamship ORIZABA, For Wan Knuiunv «w,a o,,,'i,i,r;i. Is r- o o -i- r~ • ri tzz o Until arrival of pascngers by .1:15 o'clock P. M. train, Thursday, Nov. 5, '74. H. Mi I .ELI .A N. novStd Agent. H. RASTER, CI T V Fish and Poultry Market, WHITE HOUSE, LOS ANOELES HT„ third door from the corner of Com mer clal. A specialty made of nil kinds of San Francisco FRESH FISH In their season. Also, Poultry, Uutter, Ottiue, Nut**, JFi-uitw, ■tttd Country Produce. Consignments of produce respect fully solle" Red. All orders promptly filled and goods deliv ered free of charge in any part of the city. octiflH f GRANGE MEETINGS. STATE LECTURER J. W. A. WRIGHT, Will meet the Oranges of Los Angeles, San Bernar dino and San Diego Counties, as follows: THURSDAY, Nov. !ith, Los Angeles und En terprise Granges, ul Good Templar Hall, I,os Angeles, ut 2 o'clock I*. M. A Public Ad dress will be delivered at Leek's Hull ut 7 o'clock I. M. FRIDAY, Nov. Uth, Los Nietos, Silver aud New lilver Granges, ut Downey Oily, al 2 o'clock P. M. SATURDAY, Nov. 7th, El Monte and Al liance Changes, ut El.Monte, al J o'clock P. M. MONDAY.Nov.iI. Azusa Grange ut Azusa School-bouse, 7 I. M. TUESDAY, Nov. lulh, District Council ut 10 A. M., aud Comptou and Florence Granges at 7P. 11., at Comptou. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 11, Eairvlcw and West minster Oranges, ut Musoulc Hall, Ana heim, ut 7 P. M. THURSDAY, Nov. 12, Orange Grange, at their Hall, ut 2 I*. M.; Fruitlaud Orange, ut Sautu Ana, at 7 p. m. FRIDAY, Nov. lit Vintfland Grange, at Tus tlu City, at 7 P. M. SATURDAY, Nov. 11, Spudia und Eureku Oranges, ul T P. M.,at Spadra. MONDAY, Nov. IU, Klueon Grunge, at Rin con, 7 P. M. TUESDAY, Nov. 17, Riverside Grunge, at Riverside, T P. M. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 18. Sun Bernardino Grange, at San Bernardino, 2 o'clock P. M. Public address at 7 Y. v. FRIDAY, Nov. 20. San Jacinto Orange, al San Jacinto, San Diego county, at 7 c. .«. Thu changes above from the published ap pointment* in the Hunil l*rett have been made nunsasarjr by the meeting of tin. Dis trict Council on the second Tuesduy of No vember, instead of the first. Pulrous will make necessary arrangements and give full notice. THOS. A. GAREY, Master District Coiineil. J. F. Mauouis,Secretary. uov3-td Los Nietos Mills, D.C.Wilson. Proprietor. FINEST QUALITY of CORN MEAL ALWAYS ON HAND IN SUFFICIENT quantity to sypply flio market. Ground Feed a Specialty. AU orders from customers promptly filled. Tills mill has recently beeu refitted, and has suttloient capacity to griud 8,000 POUNDS OF CORN PER DAY. NtMni NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CUTfOFKI! n J ft \ \ r .if) '/ j \ GRAND OPENING -OK T 11 i: — TTOCJ H A M v%' FALL SEASON, Monday, October 12, 74. Eugene Meyer k Co,, 5 1 & 53 Main Street Will open Their NEW AND ELEGANT ''too, t«r!A ™~! irTj ».i h-i STOCK O X Fall and Winter Goods! NEW STYLES — or — DRESS GOODS: Cashmere de Bagdad, Serges, Diagonals, Vigognes, Camel-Hair Cloths, Oi-imiilli'K, l 3 on elieen" Black and Colored Silks In all Onulilies und Shades. PARTICULAR ATTENTION is called to this line of goods, being our direct importa tion from the celebrated manufactories of Lyon (France), and which w ill be sold al Im porter* Prices. Plain Black Goods: CRETONNE, OASHEMERE, LONDON CLOTH, FAMISE CLOTH, EMPRKSS CLOTH, ltd MP. A '/.IN! I.', iv .. * i . *vrs,o, ALPACAS. ALSO,— A complete slock of the latest, styles of Lnees unci THntm Infant, To match our DRESS G< M >Ds. FRENCH RROCIIE, BCQTCjf SHAWLS, ID great variety. 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' CLOT H I TS[(I ! In great variety of tbe latest styles. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Comprising a full line of the celebrate! ATKINSON WHITE SHIRTS California Made Underwear, COTTON and WOOLEN HOISERY, Etc., etc., etc. Complete AHMoiiinciit —OF— California and Eastern Made BOOTS & SHOES! We Invite Hie people to examine our new goodii. Our stock is complete In every branch, having extraordinary facilities in tlie purchase of our goods, most of which we receive direct in,in the manufacturers. We are enabled to sell them at lower prices than other houset here. We shall continue the OISK PRICE SYSTEM. CITY OTPARISI EUGENE MEYER & Co., (Succesaors to S. LAZARD & Co.) octio REAL ESTATE BROKERS. "ma. Jfrks. - r = 3r * ■I. M. RAI.DWIK. IMIAS E. UK AN E. Real Estate and Money IB ZR, O ERS. THE FIRM OF J. M. BALDWIN Will negotiate Real Eilnte mn and Money I >s. at 7» Downey Block, ground tli>i>r. COR SALE. CHOICE DWELLING, ccn • trally located. Six rooms with bath room. Giohnlls Hint tree, in pOl feet e..11.1it lon. sold with or without Furniture, ami at a bargain. FOR SALE. DESIRABLE LOT mi Aliso street below Alameda—runs through to New Commercial. Price, 8700. FOR SALE- TWRNTY»AORE TRACT adjoining olty. 1,1100 cbolee vine*, bear ing, am! about lea orange threes. Willow fence. Price, sl.O'U. FOR SALE, tf* THIS CITY, one IVaerf tract, ItliTy set In walnut trees, ( eio.l lo cality aud will be sold ut a bargain. FOR SALE. RANCHO OP MM ACRES Willi two bouses, well with thirls feet i>l water. One hall under Amee. •.WO Orange, Lime, Lemon, Walnut and other lues. M,. 000 Nines. Ample supply of water for Irrl gnl lon. Tille pel lee!. FOR SALE. :*«> M ill's FARMING land with dwelling house. Under cultivation las i yea r, I .oc.it ion, nea rl ii iwney City depot. Water ditch runs ibrough the tract. Price, wi.ooo. FOR SALE. I" vein s EXCELLENT corn (»f Tobacco land In .V/.u-.i Township, Price, sc.n per acre. FOR SALE IN E"S NIEIOs ToWV sliip, cultivated riirtn of ISO acres, with house. UUHI, corrals, etc. Located UCUrR.It. depot. Trice. Bits per acre. FOR SALE. W AI'UKs LAN I) part of San Antonio Itanclio splend d land Price, wi.700. (TOR SALE.-choice building l<us 1 hi Ibis city ul prices ranging from i2OU to $1,500. Apply to J. M. BALDWIN, Ground Floor, Down*) Block. oet li d t CHAMBERLBN BANCROFT, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 2 1 SPRINCST., - - LOS ANCELES, Nearly opposite I'ojdoltice and Court House, OifO H IWILL ItlfY A PLOT OF lUU 13 city lots, 50x166 feet, fronting on three streets, improved as 101 -1 >ws: A (small) dwelling with oul-houses, etc. 21X1 orange trees lv nursery four yean old; fill orange trees in orchard four years old; ti lemon trees, bearing; H lime trees bearing; And about tun other fruit trees bearing. Ornamental shade trees, shrubbery nnd flower garden, t/ocusl fence, etc,, etc. CTOR SALE.—BEAUTIFUL PKOPKItTY I inside city limits, l 1 miles from Post office—lo acres, choice and excellent bind, covered with fruit trees, many of them bear ing, consisting of Orange, Lemon, Lime, Cit ron, Apple, Tear, Peach, Appricot, Almond and Walnut trees. Also, alsiut 2,1)00 foreign Grape Vines bearing, uud a large variety of Flowers, Shrubbery Ac. Good House of eight rooms in good repair, Barn, Henhouse Ac. Oood well of excellent watei. Also the stock consisting of 2 horses, i! cows, 2 hogs, chick ens, wagon, harness, earls plows and farming tools Are., Ac, included. This is one of the most desirable places iv fhe market, and will be sold at a bargain, Price, sa.'iOU. TTiOR NAI.E.—A COMMODIOUS HOME- M 2 stead properly, pleiisnul ly 10.-ated near i lie centre of the elty, ready for Immediate oc cupation (With furniture, kitchen utensils, fuel, chickens, etc.. If so desired by the pur chaser,! will be sold on moderate and easy terms, ifnpplied lor soon. Trice, Jii.OOO. In OR SALE.-80 ACHES GOOD LAND ? (sattd r*nin soil) located within a few mils ul Ihe Uace Track. Splendid soil for Ihe cul ture of orange and lime trees. Price per aero, #36 Oft IjSOR BAEE.-40 ACHES IMI'ItOVED " r 1 lonian Will uyul lin." 1 "-ii l.eiu-i vi,r vines. »"■' " '>•"•<.I .lIKI.IHIO ol ange seedlings. Located within three miles of I'ostofliec. Price, $-1,000. I7IOR SALE—AN IMPROVED FARM OF J 0O acres, gcsid house of live rooms, corral granery and artesian well. Located near I'h ire lice. Trice, *:!,500. ITIOR MAEE.--53 ACHES SPLEN DID soil J In elty limits, with full water privileges. a Hrte chance for specular on. The property can be subdivided and sold to great advan tage. Trice, 810,000. FOR SALE.—BUILDING LOT ON Port near College, 129x105. Trice, 81/100. FOR SALE.-TWO HUNDRED BUILD ing Lots on Nepal veda. Turner and Bail' nlng streets. Trices from $'..'OO to $.'(00. Terms easy. (TOR RENT.~F.YItM OF SIXI V ACHES ■ near Florence, well improved. Terms CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, 21 SPRINCST., Nearly opposite Tostotlice and Court House. Call on C. H. BUSH when you want to buy a Seth Thomas Clock. JWjfVNJTS-LOST FOUNDS \A/ A NTE D .—A FI RST-CLASM COACIT *V man. Ime who understaiuls gardening preferred. Must have a,good churacier. In <iulre at J. JUNES' novl-lwt IS Uis Angeles St. TO LET.-TWO FUKMIhHFD BOOMS, for man uud wife without chßaren, coi ner of Fifth and Charity streols, adjoining " Bel le View Terrace," oufaN t ■ I OST. A GOLD JvEY K'l.i.s i. „uhtl„. I— following Inscription! Solomon Calien, Los Angeles Chapter, No. 23. The tinder will be suitably rewarded by leaving same ul the store Important. oelBBtf \A7 ANTED.—a fuknimhed itooM in VV n private, faintly, by a single gentleman. Address, stating terms and when the room may be seen, Box 211, Toslotnce. oct27-(llt NOTICE. BIDS WILL BE HJf'EIVEDIo excavate 2,201 l cubic yards of earth. Apply to H. BEAD DRY. ootsstr WAiVI'KII. A TIIOHOUGHGOOD BtluK lieeper liavlng dally a few hours at his disposal, would like to keep a si', of Books. 00(3*101 Address W. D., this ollice. riio LET.. TWO NICELY ECBNIBHED JL iuul verj- plansnnfly situated rooms at E. Hunbar's, West side of Hill street, between Second and Third, near new building. Elrst Class hoard call lie had near by. octlStf SITUATION a.l M I'll. A young man who writes a fair hand, and is himilno with mercantile business and office wnrk, de sires a situation of some kind. Will go any where, flic best ofreleroiieos furnished. Address P. U. Box 375, Los Augeles. octSXMlw* WAWTKI >. JAW OH OTHER COPYING IN ENO -1 fish, tier man or French. Translations correctly made. Terms moderate. Apply T. 0. Box 157 oet 17- Ini' STRAYED. ON Sunday Nov. Ist, three horses struyed away from the corral ol the California Bakery, corner Main und Marchossault Sts, Two are sorrel, bald-fuced, large sized horses with tlie brand of Thomas Sanchez, aud one ncream color, good sized Mexican horse. A suitable reward will be paid for the return of the animals, or information leadiug to their recovery. CHUMP &. YOUNG. novS-9tf Rogers Bro. Celebrated Silver Plated Ware at C. H. BUSH'S. Rancho For Sale. T7IINE FARMING AND GRAZING LAND, X 1 22,000 acres, 87 50 per acre. Address Box isii, Los Angeles Postofflce. oct24-2w«' For Panamint. STAOE leaves for Panamint next Tuesday, November 3d. For further Information apply to N. TEBASICH A CO., novl-21 22 Main street. To Contractors. Bins will be received at my ofice on Tues day, November 3d, for building three Frame Dwellings. Specifications to be seen at tlie ofllce of E. J. Weston, Architect. novl-21 P. BEAUDRY. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PIANO WAREROOMS, OMNI Main mul Smmmi Mb. Don't buy a Piano until you have , ? seen * * H A LET DAVIS* SQUARE GRAND PIANO The OM (lull took the FIHST PRIZE Al tho Stat.' Kaii- in IHTt. Also tin- New York, now exhibiting nt the Kink. A. H. HAVELL. oot27tf i i r*l—i HUM A HAIR. TP. HAYS Respectfully callN the attention ol' the La dles of this Cily to the tact that he Is prepared to supply them with Switches, Braids, Curls, frizzettes. i\■• l lv J' ■'_ i ■ ■ i a* <t'**\ -1 ' 'nir ™T*ni . iiiKl every article in H 1J M A. IN It A I I*. Ladies' own hair manufactured at the short est notest.und at Sati F"mnciscii Kales. 43 Main street. oct2Stf wheeleli^~vvTlsoF SEWING MACHINES. THE CALIFORNIA FAVORITE, Champion of the World! THE: WINNER A. r T London 1862, Paris 1867, Vienna 1872. Stockton 1874, San Jose 1874, Modesto 1874. Vallejo 1874, Sacramento 1874. SOLD ON EASY TERMS. Special attention given to or ders sent to EDMUND DOAK, No. 1 Spring St., Lost Angeles. E. W. HAHRAL, Gen. Agenl, 427 Montgomery street, S. F. oet:il-:im IMPORTANT! "LIVE AND LET LIVE," IS OUR MOTTO. And we mean to do the fair thing with tlie public. Not sell a few leading articles below cost, and make It up on other goods* but we will sell All Class of Goods at merely a living profit. You will And new in our store, the very bust stock of DOMESTIC GOODS. ALSO, A fn)l line of the newest and prettiest DRESS GOOD N„ — such as — Black Silk, Fancy Silks, Poplins, Serges, Merinos, Delaines, &c, Ever brought to this market. Furthermore the best make of California Boots and Shoes, For Ladles, Gents, Misses, Boys and Children. Also, a full Hue of the best Clothing and Furnishing Goods. We do not blow uor brag, but If you wish to be convinced, come to the store IMPORTANT, MAIN STREET, (Under the Lafayette Hotel,) And you will tinU NEW AND FRESH GOODS Cheaper than elsewhere. octltttf ROOMS TO RENT! Perry & Riley's New Building, ON Ivl AIN STREET, Has recent I> been completed, and is now be ing put in shape for occupancy. This build ing Is a large throe-story brick, situated in the -■en i ral portion of the city, between the Pico House anil the Clarendon Hotel. The flrst lioor Is occupied by business houses, aud tbe second and third floors are finished off for lodging rooms for single gentlemen and fam ilies. The building 1* finished In superior .t > le, the Brussels carpets In the balls and tbe pis fixtures a.lono costing upwards of StKMj. rhe building is supplied with gas and city wafer. Furnished rooms to single gentlemen for from SI j to 820. Furnished rooms with donble beds for sin gle gentlenieu for from S2O to $26. suites of rooms, uufurnished, for 926 and upwards. Suites of rooms, furnished with elegant marble-top furniture, for from 830 to 500. A large number of rooms are already eu jaged. h Eastern visitors coming to Los Angeles for .heir health will find here the most oowfort ible and pl#usaiu rooms in the city. 8, H. SLAUCHT, Keul Eatate A*eat, ootSltf Room lp, at head of stain.