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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
WEDNESDAY NOV. 4, iSTt. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OWE DOLLAR per Hon are of ten lines, first Insertion,antl twksty-kivk emus for each subsequent Insertion. POSTAL CIIANOES. The follntrlin; postal changes wont Into op eration, July Ist., 1K74: All publication* me free nt postage to sttbsoTroer* in the county in which they nre imlilislieti. Looks and pack » ;es ot morcnftfiuNe, to the weight of fotir pounds, cm he sent by mall al the rate of one c 'lit for every two ounces or fraction over. Tied package* may bs eniireiv enclosed, some portion of sealed packages must be opened for inspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. I * tho Clmmber <>f Commerce v dead organization ? We hope not. The Orizaba loaves lor tipper ports Santa Barbara anil San Francisco to morrow. The steamer Wm. Tabor will sail for San Francisco Sat tin In v, Novem ber 7th. There are messages at the Western Union Telegraph Office for William F. McDonald and John Flaherty. Jefferson street extension, from the railroad to San Pedro street, has been declared a public highway. Envelopes for Ihe pony express to Panamint arc for sale tit the Impor tant at 'Jo cents each. George Simpson, the purloiuer of robes and blankets goes to the chain gang for sixty days. The schooners Uncle Sam and Upa arrived nt Wilmington yesterday with railroad material. We regret to learn that Mr. Fischer, book-keeper of the Lafayette Hotel, is lyiug quite ill. The case of the People vs. John Eaves charge of embezzlement was on trial in the County Court yesterday. The new gas main on Spring street is laid as far as Frst, and the work men are pushing it southward rap idly. George Lehman entered complaint before Justice Gray yesterday against John Casper for assault and batten. The case comes ott' to-day. The Express mentions an accident at the depot yesterday, wherein a col ored man was thrown from a wagon and narrowly escaped striking his head on the railroad track. It further states that serious consequences might have resulted in case of such a collis ion. Was the colored gentleman's head in danger or the railroad track ? Los Angeles, of course, could not be without her ecclesiastical scandal. A Deacon named James, otherwise James Deacon, is in the cooler await ing trial for horse-stealing. Bernard Newman is the aggrieved paity and the mutual friend is yet to be devel oped in the shape of au attorney in search of his fee. Orange Grange at a recent meeting elected the following officers to be in stalled for the year 1K75: Master, Fi. J. Loekhart; Overseer, Robert Furlong; Hteward, Henry Lock wood; Assistant Steward, C. M. Marshall; Secretary, J. W. Anderson; Lecturer, M. T. Parker; Chaplain, Joseph Beach; Treasurer, P. S. Shatter; Gate-keeper, S. M. Talkington; Ceres, Mrs. L, J. Loekhart; Pomona, Mrs. Henry Lockwood; Flora, Mrs. Fillie Beach; Lady Assistant Steward, Mrs. G. M. Marshall. The following is a list of the passen gers per steamer Wm. Taber, which sailed for Wilmington November 3d: Peter Warner and wife, Mrs A Starke, F G Meflefer, S A Patlon.J R Holland, f ! Kane, M Davis, G P Greenwood, V Hagerman, T Teeds, A T Grenvillc, H Morrt»w, M R Conditt, 0 F Magee anil wife, L Higgins aud wife, Geo F Fos dick, D Hilberk, 0 Wagner, M G Rogers and wife, N Williams, Charles Wallrath, A C Judd, Mrs A C Judd aud two daughters, Mrs C L Perry and t wo children, Louis Garin, D W Fing ley, IT (! Covert, M A Cohen, E T Ful ler, M G Walker, T E Retting, T L Hagerty, Miss Hagerty, G A Hunt, Miss A Tucker, Peter Dober, T Bene fiel, B J Engle, John Valune and wile, Mrs Stongh, S D Baker. A team attached to a heavy freight ing truck ran away down Spring street yesterday. It seemed at one time that there was imminent dan ger of their colliding with the street car and making kindling wood of it, but the horses, mindful of their good training iv olearing obstructions, turned out upon reaching the car and left it unharmed. There was a gen eral scattering of the occupants, how ever, for a place of safety. These run aways of freighting teams are becom ing periodical occurrences and it iv time that the hitching-post ordinance was brought Into requisition with tho drivers of such outfits. These trucks are so large and heavy that when pulled through streets by a span of frightened horses at their best speed, they carry utter destruction to any thing with which they may come iv contact, if our fears do not mislead us, we shall yet have to record some terrible accident as a result of one of these ruuaways. Engineer Crawford, who is making the survey for the Los Angeles and Independence Railroad, writes as fol lows to a cotemporary from Bau Bernardino : "We are now camped upon the summit of the Ca jou, about thirty-one miles northwest of this place. The weather has been cold, and the snow among tlie pines reaches down close to our camp. We have game in the greatest profusion— started six deer and a bear yesterday; two of the deer passed within one hun dred feet of the instrument, but unfor tunately all our arms were in camp. The bear was encountered by two of the boys in the brush, at close quar ters, and in a far shorter time than it takes to write it his bearshlpwas mon arch of all he surveyed, as the boys fled incontinently. The party has run the line into the Cajon Pass, above Martin's, aud bas Just commenced work upon the summit ridge. 1 am satisfied that I can obtain as good, if not a far better line than 1 reported upon. I deflected from the Southern Pacific line three miles east of Spadra; thence ran through the Cucamonga Homestead farms; thence skirting the Cucamonga Mountains and crossing Lytie Creek near Martins. A Worker. Los Angeles county has within its borders many men who by corres pondence and other means have ex tensively advertised Southern Califor nia throughout the Atlantic States. TIieHKRAMt and the Hkkai.d pam phlets have done and are doing much, but private correspondent c has also done its work. Among our most en ergetic workers in this latter Held of labor is Milton Thomas of this city. During the past four years he has ad vertised extensively that he will an swer all letters of inquiry regarding Los Angeles county, its climate, re sources, etc., and the opportunities here offered for families of limited means to obtain homes. There are at present en route to this county for settlement several families, who are brought hither through the Influence of his letters and many more families are making arrangement to come. He has sent letters and HERALD pamphlets to nearly every State and Territory of the Union. Not only does ho labor to bring other people to this county, but he shows his faith by his works in building up the county and anvancing home enterprises. This is demonstrated by the artesian wells he has dug, the Hocks of sheep he has cared for, (and which, by the way, he says pay better than money loaned at four per cent. Interest per month,) and the orchards he has planted. He bas been engaged in the culture of semi-tropical fruit trees ever since he came to the county,and is now one of tho prominent stockholders anil Director in the Co-operative Nur sery and Fruit Company and an equal partner in the firm of T. A. Garey & Co., who are putting out a large ntit sery of Northern fruits. Mi. Thomas is also making arrangements to se cure lands for planting one of the largest orchards In Southern Califor nia, of not less than ">o,OiK> trees, the particulars of which will be given to the public as soon as the plans are perfected. A few more such men and a few less of tho two and three per cent, per month men and Los Angeles county would be much better off". ■ The Theatre. The benefit given tit Turn-Verein Hall last night to Louis Belmour, the popular actor of the Florence Kent Troupe, drew forth a fair audience but not so large as the merits of the onter tainment deserved. The programme included the "Duel in the Snow" fol lowed by the Sketch of Old Black Joe, songs and dances by Miss Lulu Wilson and a side-splitting farco entitled "Beautiful Forever." In the last play, Mr. M. Lehman aud Mrs. Koster took-the leading parts and acquitted themselves with tbe usual credit. "Old Black Joe" was also finely rendered by Mr. Dave Davis, late of the San Francisco Min strels. The performance of the mem bers of the Florence Kent Company Was fully up to the standard and thor oughly spiced the first piny on the boards. We hope that tne company will pay Los Angeles a visit at .some more auspicious time when there has not been such a surfeit of amusements ami will then meet the hearty recep tion which their talent commands. '> l\: i. Eihtoh Jlkualu: 1 see an article in the Express of Monday, November 2d, headed "A Rare and Successful Operation," upon which I would offer a few remarks. The operation is not nearly as rare as the case of a natural hypertrophy, the operation being /re* quently resorted to for cancer and other diseases of the tongue. It is curious that "books were searched in vain for a precedent and that the faculty here had no knowl edge of an operation of the character which this case would re quire," when we find in Cooper's Sur gical Dictionary,page 353-4, an account or many successful operations for hypeitrophied tongue performed as long ago as 1630 by Saunaur; another by Pimpienello in the seventeenth cen tury. At page 4(57 of Cross' Surgery we not only find a description of the disease but at page 472 the mode of operation, also a plate of a case of hy pertrophy, llg. 351 and the various ways of operation. In Druitt's Modern Surgery page 398 we find an account of the affec tion and operation by the V incision. At page 2G.~>, Listou and Mutter on Surgery, we find a description of Hy pertrophy of tongue and mode of op eration. In Miller's Practice of Sur gery, page 214, we find a description of the affection and the removal" by the V incision. Erichsen, page 881) and 890, mentions tbe operation but recommends the use of the ecra«eur, which is easy of application aud is comparatively bloodless. Jn fact, no surgical work omits the mention of the operation. I mention these facts to enlighten your readers so they may look upon the report of the case in the Express as the medical faculty do—as au irregular manner of advertising and contrary to the Code of Medical Ethics. MEDICUS. Board of Supervisors. Tttesdav, November 3d. The Jefferson street extension road was declared a public highway and the Commissioner instructed to open it from the railroad to San Pedro street. Report of viewers of the Wil mington road from this city was re jected. Adjourned till Wednesday, Novem ber loth. Oregon Items. business at the Dalles is brisker than for a long time past. The Eastport (Coos county) Coal Company are now shipping about 2,200 tons per month. Several qua.ii/. lodes which prospect handsomely have recently been dis covered in the mountains near Baker City. A gentleman who lately arrived in Salem from Connecticut paid $85 ex pressage upon 280 pounds of clothing between the two places. The Virtue ten-stamp mill, in East ern Oregon, has lately turned out a bur of $3,000 gold from a run of ten days upon very ordinary rock. The fee bill which passed both Houses reduces the fees of Clerks aud Sheriffs full 40 per cent., and those offices will not afford tho incumbents a decent living. The summoning by the U. S. Mar shal of citizens on Wagner Creek to appear before tbe Grand Jury iv Port laud, is creating considerable excite ment there. Tbe object of the sum mons is unknown, Destructive Storm. (Keratin Transcript, October fKh ) Jack Pelham, of Pettn valley, passed through town yesterday, with his band of stock, which he had been herding in the mountains during the Summer. When the storm set in he started to get out with thin, and barely succeeded in doing so. At Bear Valley the snow was three feet tieep. He had to take the strong est cattle and lead them, so as to break a path for the others to follow. They cauld go but a short distance be fore becoming so fatigued that they would stop to rest. The snow came down so rapidily that the path would fill up as soon us they had passed. By the most strenuous efforts Pelham succeeded in getting them below the snow-belt. He says that tho mountains are filled with cattle and sheep, and they must ail perish if a het>Vy and warm rain docs not come on immediately. Tho cattle may live ou browse a week, but if it keeps on storming tliey will besnowed 111 so deep thai they cannot even get around to get browse. Co Hey, of this city litis a large numder of sheep there, and 80 has Henry Everett of Birch* ville. The lose of stock will be fear ful. The number that died last Win ter has made beef cattle scarce this Summer. If those Which are now SllOWed in are not rescued, all kinds of meat will bring a high price this Winter. Pacific Coast Items. Staging and teaming on some of Ihe mountain roads is slow work in conse quence of the late rains. Governor Booth has commissioned Levi Mitchell as Notary Public for White River, Tulare county. The Monterey County 1 Teachers' in stitute will hold a three days' session at Salinas, commencing November third. The Central Pacific Railroad Com pany have raised the price of freight between Tehama anil Scsma, from $1 50 to $6. The oitizens' meeting at Vallejo, trailed to consider tho ship-building question, will meet on Monday. The gas in the Sherman House at Vallejo is of the intermittent order. The hotel was in darkness on Tuesday night. Pope Valley School District, Ntipti county, has east, v tie vote on the proposition to build a new school house. The Yamhill (Oregon) Register says that Ben. Holhitlay was married last Monday In Portland to .Miss Esther Campbell. The Chinese are leaving Oroville daily. In addition to the mines not paying well, they have, it is reported, formed superstitious ideas and preju dices against the locality because of the death of so many of "their friends. Our stock of fancy goods unexcelled, and at prices so low us to defy compe fition. Come and see them ut (he "Identical," :'.s Main street, Perry & Riley Block. Addis, the popul.tr mil i-mnuopolisl photographer will be in Los Angeles with his Cottage Rooms about the 15th of November. Wail for pictures till he conies. Ot Splendid gents suits, ('oat pants aud vest, For $12, very heavy, Gents ........ ■* %j jo*itl >' "(i'-. V'V VIIKI —I "w itu tilt. Bazaar corner of Main and Reipiena streets. Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main and Requena streets, are now selling out their Spring and Summer stock at reduced prices. If you want to save money give them a call. The quickest way lo make a for tune is to buy your goods at the Bazaar, corner of Main and Requena streets. * Twenty-live thousand cigars just received to-day and for sale cheap to the trade, at the " Identical," 3S Main street, Perry & 11 Hey Block. For smokers articles, such as brier pipes, meerchaum pipes, meerchaum cigar holders, etc. etc. etc., to see the best and largest assortment in the city go to the "Identical," !5S Main street, Perry & Riley Block. Spring Street Barber-shop. Purpu ra & Barbier have engaged another good barber, Mr. JneVKerel, from .Montgomery Paths, San Francisco. People will have their Work done as well and as quick as usual. We in vite everybody, guaranteeing Com plete satisfaction. Mi - . Barbier cures headache in live minutes by applying his valuable sedative water. Spahish, French, < lermau and Italian languages spoken. oi't.'il-lf COURT REPORTS. IMS I I'll < Colll't Sl:l'l.'j.\ kda, J. Tuksdav, November 8. Huston \!-. Winters, Case tried and submit ted. Devoe vs. J. V. Barham,-rCasje .set for No vember 9Utb at 10 a. m. County Court-O'.Mei.vkn v, J. TUKSDAV, November 3. People vs. rfthii Knves.- - Demurrer argued met taken under advisement. Ciopton vs. Perasicn. Judgment reudered |.>r defendant tor vis costs incurred. Real Estate Transactions. DbeUl RIOT lor record for lie- 21 liours ending Novembers, is 74, us reported for the lIKHAi.i) by Judson, (iillette ,t Adams, exam iners ul' title, Nil. :!!', spring street, Los Ange ls-: , , i-in i ■iwrnii iv ■■ mm mmmm i s. it. Hott io I. w. Hellman.—Lot •'», block 10, coiner of Main and Sixth streets; j.'iUu. ThOS, Casad to .lames ilel'addcii. -- i.dOO ai res iv Mancho tsantlago de HailtaAaa; S-V HUU. Thos. Casad to Kilns Klohoy.—TiO acres in Killiebo SuUiiugo do HBiit ;i Ami; J.V.SM). ThOS. Casad lo 1,. Kobinsoii. -1!(W acres 111 same rancho; g1,'.00. 11. M .iiillilSti.l. el a|. lo Edgar Allell. Two lois iii Baal i.os Angeles: %si, Edgar Allen toC\ 11. Wickinun et al.- Tlie above two |ouu llfii), .los. liayer to ÜbncOpolOU Aluniz. —1 .ol 1, block ft),op Hill and bUtfUUI sheets; $125. i. madu,\ al al. lo I•. l >ussa v. I. -N me lots ill Sail l'Vrnando; -<>. C. Maclay el ai. to t'. Y. Mellor.—Ten luls in block 141, San Kernando; SIIU. Job 11 Whitney and WWto E. It. Slaughter. —Korty acres S.\V. ol oii.n ; J.i.iKKl. EXPORTS. Th« following is a list or tiie exports from Ix>s Augeles JJepol, November 3d: Twenty-six sks emu, 173 dry hides, S7 sks brea, I bale blankets, 1 cßest nikse. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CI.AKKNDON. W A Sanders, Honda A It fiunnisoi), S f W HorrlngUill, Asusa 'J' H Hums, S Kendo SC Serrano It A tscrriiiiu, 8 Juan I'lni. T li Wal lard, Kpudra 11 Ii Lighthouse, I! HA Mis i; li people*, N V IttsS N shuiu, Nov N Noble, s Hrndo Mrs i Van Stewart, J M Kroen.Suc Aliiska 1 I Inuverball, Alaska X H leguicrs, liallona H A t II K«ud A llolli-rt D Alvarado, S UleffO LAEAYETTK. H C llullnck, Cr (Jordo Mrs Hnlpln, Ttanct'i P 0 Peters N X Eraser Special Notices. The Stixc lliothcrs are en route for Los tngeles with thirty thoroughbred Dur ban bulls ol all age-. direct from ] vl ulueky. Tlicy will arrive Nov i inbor lOtli. [ For the I,est bit cigar ever sold in the elty, go to the •' Identical," M Main street. For the best genuine Havana clgur, apply at tl Identical," :W Main sweet, Perry A Klley Block, , liiU'ul liotopaper-26 CdiUf J>er hox, nt Ihe "Identical" :W Main street, Perry & Klley lilock. j ... - A. s. McDonald, lot Main strict, opposite Court House, has just re ceived a large assortment of rubber boots, till noils' tiiiil sizes. Call at once and have your choice. Mooki's Itestaurant, on Commercial street, Is Hie proper place lo so lor a good meal, with a good cup of coffee or tea to drink with it There is probably no rc-lauran: on the Pacific const where so many of the substantial* and so many of-the luxuries may lie hail for 2ii cents. Don'l forget I lie place—Moor's KcslHU rnnt, (..in merclal struct. Private eating rooms ha\i b.-eii nenlTy lilted up for the ae comniodulion of ladies. | octl7-lm New Goods! New Hoods! Marx sen l'.ros.,of I he new \ ariely si ore. corner ot Main and 'i li ii o si reels, keep c\nislaiitl> on lutnil a large variety of Dry goOUS, Clothing, Oents' undetwear, Hoots and Shoes, llroccrles, etc. A large supply of new gOOdVJUst received,and sold at leason'ablc rale-. AU goods are of the best quality; no aie'Lieti goods sold by us. We respectfully sollcll tbo public lo examine rrttr goods and Judge for thSmselves. UOOds delivered to any pari ot tlieeity free of charge, ocllllf Mr. Stun. Berge, Bill Foster, aud general News Agent, has moved to No, 4't Main street, near to the Lafayette Store. All orders left tlieie will lie promptly attended to. octuu Pini:mx Insurance Company, Hart ford, Connecticut; Home I nsurancet ipmpany, New fork; North Brit Isn & Mercantile In surance Co., Ijondon and Kdiiilnirg; Home Mutual tnsuiniie ■ CO.'; i'alifornia. Combined .\s.sels, s.IJO.iivOjOOO. -,uid. ClI vs. K. JOHNSON, vvn-o Tcmpre BWctr, OcMI.I I .os Augeles, I 'ill. Peter Liinney, Main SI reel, second door from eorn'r oi Court street, hasu .splendid assort ment of Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Liquors Cigars, Tobacco, etc., Which ha oilers at the lowest market prices. All goods of the best quality. Orders deliveied free oi charge. Bep47if — Five spools of Coat's thread fori"i cts. four papers American pins for 2") ct.s. Four pieces Worslead braid for ;!"> cts. Al tie- DazaaS, corner of Maiu and Rerpie n.i si reels. Agency Liverpool antl London and (Untie Ins'urauee Company. Assets, $'21,1HH), -ll:in. Agency. State Investment lusuranee company. Fire and Marine. Assets,s»jo,UiMt, a', lii mil iek's Book Store, near ll.i Postollice. oi,' — J — — Ten yards brow n factory lor si. Klghl yards extra heavy H lactory for 11, Tea yards do d<i :«i nub for $1. Four spools Brook's thread tor "jets. At, the I'.A/.AAH, dornerof .Main nnd Iteque n a s! reel s, opposite I lie |T. S. Hotel. loiur pair sunmfess hose foi'Bl. Tluvu pair diamond toed shaker socks for gl Ou. At Isaac Norton ACo.'k, cornerof Main and Kequenil stieets. opposile U. S. Hotel Ageiicy Imjbcria) of IjOiidon and IJueen of Liverpool; capital,«!S.o'Hl,(MiU. North ern <>t I, lon, capital, >:.'i.ikhi.(KKl; and 11 nil - lord ot Hartford, capital, $.'i,IKXI,UUO. Ollice: Koom No. ll How ney lilock. HtllN CAKI.IN, Agent. sepn-tf ue. The tide of immigration Is steadily set ting in, and the Mist, thing eastern people do is to t brow away I heir New York Hats and buy a new one of HisniiMi. They say there Is no Comparison between the two. 2%0 t!o to the rtishionable TalW, Kitz -lin i rick, w lien you want a fine suit, of clot lies. D you desire recommendation, ask any of bis numerous customers, and you will be fold t hat " I 'it z." always does bis work well— giving tine work, good material and reasona ble prices. ■.ii"".. mmm ■ mMWt nmutmmm i • i | ' ' - ■■ '— _ - ——— SPECIAL NOTICE. THK BTBAMSUIP CALIFORNIA, carrying Combustible suil oilier I'reiglit. Will leave San Francisco Friday, November 6th, 1874 For Sail Idego, San Pedro, and way ports. KKTIJKNINO Will leave Sail Pedro on or alioul IVovoiiihei' ITftii. nov'-ld 11. .Mcf.KI.I.AN, Agent. JUST RECEIVED v &mti4b pi A T KIT A(i J'Z IN CV , No. 00 Spring stlreel. a ssfji taii to orand 1 5 I A JN O From I be eelebraleil tiu-tory of DUNHAM ol SONS, nh:vv v&siic. 2'tQttDt I h Ittfi l?.9"\\li Parlies desirous Of riirnisliini; their pal lois Willi large rtnely tiuislied cent r PIANOS, Would do Well to call and see this i'iano. J. D. PATRICK, Agent for Lot Angei. s. k'OHI.KII, ill ASK & CO., * Agents, San Francisco. novl-lm SPECIAL NOTICE ... HY THK... SOUTHERN DISTRICT Agricultural Society As h&ffrtj* one-nalr of rtio stock of the Soci ety remains unsold: as it is the desire of the Directors t»i make ihe Society a favorite one with tbe peopln o! the entire District; as the title t o lln grounds Is perfect, and as ibo land Which cacti . haiccarries is worth almost the liar value of a share, nnd as il is tlie intention of I lie .society lo «liv nin ll p I hu uusold stock on t7t Ii d.i> of November next., notice is given to all residents ol the District thai they may |MirehaSbM«k%, as long as It. lasts, at $70 per share (the amount now pa id by fourteen assessments) and liable to $30' more assess ments in the course ol two or (hue years, or JUKI per share, which fully pays up. 'this of fer to remain open until Nov. 5, 1871. By direction of the Society. MOW O- DOWNF.Y, I'l'esident. P.K.S. C. Tni'MA'v, Secretory. octt-lil WOOLEN MILL STORE. The proprietors of the Woolen Mill Store etl'er a heavy stock of 'ti«krt"> I Home Manufacture, together with tine English and French wool ens, at VERY E*OW DRICKS. In our Merchant Tailoring department, we Uavctt lir-il. class cutter, aud will maka suila to order at from *2.") to J7O. A good lit guaran teed. Farmers nnd others who desire it can Save salts cm and trimmed to be made at hollid. ■Jl Mm.i - - PFKTFFBN ItI'JKOER * HCfIAI'KR. , CCI27-IIU MMm m\ a| ||A | V^-ta M. W. PERRY, li O O X BINDER. Downev lilock, (tor. New High nnd Temnle streets. octll-2m» ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wot Miiyur. A l Hip request of many Influential citizens, jP. UEATJDRY Will be a caiullilate for Majorat the coming municipal election. octtt l*'or Mnyor, 1 am a candidate for the office of Mayor, nt the next Municipal Klcctlon,Hud solicit the support Of my friends. Oel'2l GEO. O. TIKKANY, sr. For Mayor. At tin' request of many citizens, the under signed announces hiniself a candidate fur Mayor, at the ni'.l Municipal election. K. SAP.HIII. I. Os Angeles, Sep. I.ilh, 1874. For City Marslinl. JACOH I. UIIHH l \ s isn Candidate for CHj Marshal. OcUP- Wow C ity Marslißl, 11. W. BARTLKE announces himself as a Candidate for the office of City Marshal, at the ■ ■..inin.; c eel ion. oet.2 Jtt'Or City Marslml. FRANCIS it v X Kit, ex-Marshal, announc es himself as a Candidate for the ollice of City Marslml nt tbe coining election, sep,".o 1-i'or City Murshiil, I tin. ll * it it is. Detective Officer, desires to announce himself as a candidate for our in \i l'il> Maislinl. septfj City JVlnrslml. John j. CARKH.LO announces blm seil as a Candidate for the otflee of City Mar shal, at tiie coming Municipal election. Kor Cily Trrnsnrer: If. FI,i;iNIIN %N announces himself ns a candidate for City Tmkahhuki: at the ensu ing election. seplG li'ov City Treasurer, 111 It >l V \ N Vinili 14 mm, Sr., announ ces himself asa candidate lort.heotlico of City Thhaki iiki; ut the ensuing Municipal elec tion. KPp2t B'or City Treasurer. .TAME* Mi 1.1.1 m announces himself as :i candidate for the ofllce of city Treasurer at tl,e eoniin? election. sop 1 -'!! .for Cily Treasarer J. L. WARD. aep!B For City Assessor, JOHN Uf.. MOKRIS. oetl* MISCELLANEOUS. THE LOS ANGELES Poultry g|, Market! 126 & 128 Main Street, Is Ihe only place In town where you can get a FULL FAMILY SUPPLY — at the — Lowest Market Rates. They keep constantly on hand All the Delicacies of the Season. T 3 OTMI O3OIYIO GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, POULTRY, AND j£igL-.r* a ~\\A in of every description. Fresh Eggs and Butter lleceived everyday from the country. Vegetables, Fruits and Nuts, CIGARS and TOBACCO. Choice Vejrctnhlos! lleceived by every .steamer from Han Fran cisco. Also, a full supply of Pickled Pigsfeet, SSlmf'jVw Ton^riic, Smoked ite'e* Toujyuo, Swiss, LUnbesger, Holland, Cream, Eastern and California H jßj jsQ S Jzll . LAKE SUPERIOR White Fish, Pickled Salmon, KOLLAtfP AND CALIFORNIA Herrings, Sardellen, Anchovies, Russian Sardines, and Caviar. ALDEN DRIED FRUITS! JTroisli Granl>ei'X'i**K, And many more things too numerous to mention. - In .t . jiVI»I Orders from Ihe count ry trade are promptly attended to at lowest, wholesale prices. Consignments of :p zr. o r> tt a c Respectfully solicited. Come and see our stock und convince your- GERM A IN &, CO. PKOPBIETORS. net'jl-lln Thoroughbred Stock. The Saxe Brothers ARi; NOW KN ROUTE FOR LOS AX geles with THIRTY THOROUGHBRED DURHAM BULLS! , Of all ages, brought Direct iVom Meiitnelcy, They will arrive about November 10th, When Ihe stock will l.c placed on tho I.OK ANGKLKB MARKET. A line opportunity will thus be offered to stock-raisers lo improve their breeds. o*i3o-tr Bring In your Watches A Clocks, that ail others have failed to make un. C. H. BUSH. NEW IMPORTATION. DIRECT FROM THE EAST! E. LAVENTHAL, Hellman's Block, Cor. Commercial and Los Angeles sts. I las 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 of the latest patterns, Eastern and California Flan nels. Also a good selection of BLACK BTLKB. An endless variety ol Embroideries and Laces, Ladies Neckwear, 500 Pieces different Brands of Cottons. Also a very large stock of Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Valises, B<>ys and Youths' Suits. 200 Colman Bros. Fine Dress Suits. Prices to suit everybody. Don't forget the corner, Hellman's Block, i Omyy competition. oetrtr Immense Sacrifice! MAMMOTH BOOT & SHOE STORE Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE FOR 30 OIVT^Y, 500 Prs. Men's Tap soled Calf Boots, ist quality, $6 00, for merly $7 50. i> vr„..'.. c: i_ 1 <r**.fr i.v,. «*, r„_ merry $7. 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. Be£T Anyone who rends these prices can see that T sell my Splendid and Well-assorted Htock of Men's, Hoys' and Ladies' Wear cheaper than any house in the city. I must clear out my present Stock at once to make room for the extensive WinJet,Assortment now arriving. • auglotf PROSPER PHILIP. W. A. MATTHEWS I Cnl'.' aft lis 1,. A. ,fc s. I. Railroad.] PHILIP & MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE BROKERS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Houses Rented, Hills Collected. Buy every kind of Country Produce. Money Loaned. Agency of the Trans-Atlantic Fire Insurance Co., of Hamburg, - - Capital $750,000. OFFICE at the Telegraph office, Main street, No. 30. .- Business hours, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. octltf WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL. * • ' JJ>EJI:L.EK,S ITS Oil*. A r «,i-iiiiß»heist, Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGKNTS KOlt TH IC California Chemical Paint Company. LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO mys 3m 13 p A1 N _l?* *L 1 A COUNTRY PEALERS^ C L -A-IR/E ZLSTX) O HOTEL, Main St root, Los A njrolot*. A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. THK. ShKK.l'lNCl APABTMBMB Are large und well ventilated, and In the best possible condition. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET No expense will be spare 1 * to make tbe Uotel equal to any on tbe Coast. aJ6-tf-«