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S ATI KDAV NOV. 7, 187 I. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. <>\'K pOMiAM hgf Sijimre (if leu lines, lirtl insert ion. nml nr i n i v-ki v t, eene: pet square fori aeli NtttHeqnefrt insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tho Senator w ill sail for San Fran cisco ilex I. Tuesuay. Quito a number of young men from the F.astern Slates are in (he city out-lit ling for flic l'ananiinl region. Visitors from the Panamint mines, sojourning in l.os Angeles, predict very lively limes at the mines next Spring. Rev. A. M. Campbell has been re appointed to the Los Angeles charge by Ihe Conference of the M. K. Church South. The Wm. Taber arrived at Wil mington yesterday and passed on to San Diego. She brought 100 passen gers for this place. llev. Gtistuv Ilorohard M ill preach to the Germans to-morrow afternoon a! o'clock in Good Templar's Hall. The sailing of Ihe Win, Taber fir San Francisco has been postponed un til nexl Sunday. Passengers will lake the 10 a. m. train. It is slated that a huge warehouse and a new store are being erected at Spadra. The store i.s for Caldwell and the warehouse for Stewart, .Jones it Co, of Panamint. .Mr. Shepherd, Superintendent of tne Western itriion Telegraph at this place, was severely injuriied last Thursday, while out repairing the line. A pole fell, striking him on the hip and indicting a bad bruise. A lank and hungry-looking stranger from the sucker State complained yes terday to our reporter that he had been robbed of all bis money at San Francisco, while en rotilo here, by cpn tidence men. Tlie Hebrew and religious- school of the congregation B'nai P.'rilh will re open on Sunday next, the Bth iust., at hi A. M., ill the synagogue. Children are requested to be in at tendance punc tually at the above-named hour. Wilmington has a pioneer of '49 and a veteran ofthe Mexican war who quest ions (he statements of Col. J, J, Warner with reference to the " Fre mont ditches," aml says he can tell the true story. His "story" is in or der. , It is now in order to see the boys 'mi ning back-somersaults over chairs, standing on Iheir heads on (lie gate-, post ami performing pirouettes around «he table-legs. Such phenomena mv idw a\s visible after the transit ol a (•ilells. The ili jitlict ion which lias) been granted against (be Spring and Sixth Street Railroad Company does not prevent the operation oi' the road above the Pico House, as staled. The cars are making their regular trips on the upper extension daily. Mr. A. P. ( uinison, General Agent of th*' Commercial insurance Com pany Of < 'nliiornia, who has be 'ii stopping in lios Angeles for a few days has appointed Captain YV. Bpr rowe agent, of the company for this place. The stockholders in the Main street railroad will hold a meeting lo organ i/,e (be company. The road is to be styled "The Main Street and Agricul tural Park Railroad." It is designed to commence work upon it at one and push things to a speedy conclu sion. There is a long standing reservoiror lake on Second street, between Main mid Spring .streets. A friend of ours ifefi into it last night and was only s*«r/.'d from drowning by a friendly Loan which chanced to be passing. •WWi our City Fathers take out an .injunction against the nuisance? Jabn McDonald was brought into a.'ourt yesterday to plead on the charge .of murdering his wife. Ho entered a .plea of previous acquittal of the of ii'onse by tlie judgment of Court ren dered on tlie First, indictment and fur ther tmteivd the plea of not guilty. The ens.' was set for trial December Ist. A venire Mas ordered to issue for one hundred and (illy jurors from the body of tlieeounty, returnable at that time. .. yesterday was unusually lively for Wilmington harbor. Tho arrivals were, the Serena Thayer, Captain Brown; ami the schooner Humboldt, Captain X lis tel. from Cuiley's Cove with-railroad tics. A schooner and brig also arrived, names unknown. The departures were, brig Perpetua, Captain McDonald, for San Froneisco, and schooner F inline, Captain Kus tel, for San Francisco via Guadalupe for grain. A man has a gambling frame sta tioned on Main street, where he dis plays a regular rogue's gallery of pho tographs daily. It happens, however, that he has secured a number of pic tures of well-known people in Los .Angeles—lndies and gentlemen—and is thus giving them a gratuitous ex hibition. It may be considered com plimentary to have one's picture iv ■ he . ollec'lion, but we would decline thu honor. The Lyceum was sadly neglected by its members last, night and 'When the time came to open the meeting, only three OB lour were present. An adjournment was taken to next Fri day evening. We trust that those who have volunteered the support of this worthy organization will not let it die out so readily and become among the things past. Let there be a full attendance and an interesting meeting next Friday evening. The Wilmington Enterprise of the ;M says: " We are at last able to an nounce that dredging has commenced on (he bar at the entrance of Wil niington Ihty, although the work is progressing ' steady by jerks.' As we have said before, all the machinery is new and there will necessarily be.a ureal deal of hammering, sawing, Shiaeiiug, filling) adjusting and w< „isi t not a little 'cussing' befort (everything moves oil' satisfactorily fcjtill every thine; looks encouraging ticii. Hose'hke has now in his emploj men who are thoroughly compcleni and the dlmculttes are rapidly van ishing." GAS. Till* I'll lOtl UilH M.x l.llM' A Nil: r,•.Villi Invent lon Its Merit*: rhen |iiic«, Nnlc>t> mi.l lon vciiicucc Illinium! v Dram Olil-liiuc >I«m»|>olii-s Whnjl II ■ « mill Willi tit Docs. Mr. John Knot well, agent for (he Union Gas Machine in Los Angeles und Southern California, has cum plctcd the erection and artftrigutnent of one of his machines i<> supply the HKRALD office with gas. This is the first machine of the kind introduced ami placed in successful operation In Los Angeles. As yet, the invention Is almost totally unknown here, being of a comparatively recent date, but in other portions of the State and in Eu rope it is used extensively. Where placed In operation it has passed far beyond tlie bounds of tin experiment and is declared AN I.M.MKNSi: SIICC KSS. On Thursday and Friday evenings the 11 i:u.\ vi ollice was lighted thmtighout by the new apparatus and many prom inent citizens callvil to observe its ef fects and examine the novel mud its opemndi of manufacturing light. By all it was pronounced a success in every particular; in the Working oft its machinery, the eon yon ience and cheap ness of operation arid the quality of light furnished. As a result of these examinations Mr. Knot well has, re ceived orders for three or lour more machines, to he erected as soon as i hoy can be brought here from San Fran cisco. For Ihe benefit of our reader! who take an interest iv the subject — and few do not -we present a full de scription of Tlf X JIAIIIINU, Its appliances, operations and accom plishments. The generating apparat us is very simple -in construction and compact, occupying a Space only about seven feetsquaro. It is removed from the main building some forty feet and covered with a small shed, in the rear on the' line of New High street. The generator comprises three different machines, connected iv a manner which will be subsequently described. The first is a water-wheel, one foot in diameter, enclosed in a cast-iron shell aud supplied with a jet of water, which furnishes motive power for the machinery. The water is introduced in an ordinary pipe from the hydrant and enters tho wheel In a jet scarcely larger than a knitting needle. So lineJy is tlie machinery adjusted that this quanity of water, slight as it is, will set. the whole ap paratus spinning on a second's no tice. The quantity of water used is very small, as may lie judged from the fact that the little jet, when the generator is in lull operation, is only kept running about ten minutes in au hour. This, then, is (he motive pow er, and its novelty and ingenuity chullen^e-oqr admi rat ion at the out Wrft. w THK AIU-I'UMI*. The water-wheel connect; witli a series of eogiwheels which operate in turn upon the air-pump, forming ma chine No. 12 of the generator. This pump is constructed on Ihe simplest principles possible for Ihe work re quired. It is encased in a sheet iron drum about fourteen inches in diam eter by sixteen tn length, and the space between the drum and Ihe pump filled with water. Tin-, pump forces a supply of air through au inch pipe info Tn k Task, Where the gas U manufactured. This tank is about two feet in diameter by three in height, and placed iv an up right position. II is constructed of sheet-iron and has' three compart ments- one for water, one where the gasoline, from which the gas is made, is combined with the air forced in by the pump, and one used as a reservoir for the gas. These three compart ments are arranged as fol lows : About midway iv the tank, or eighteen inches front the hot lorn, a part it ion of sheet-iron ia inserted closing the lower portion into au air-tight reservoir, save only the connecting pipes lor the admission of air front flic pump and the escape of the manufactured gas into the upper or gas reservoir. In (his lower tank, the gasoline in tt liquid form is de posited. Above the partition, the tank is lilied with'water to the depth ola foot. Inside of this compartment a disconnected tank is fitted, hung from above on a lever which permits itto rise and fall. This last tank is air-tight ou the top and sides with the bottom entirely Open. It sets in the water with open end immersed and thus forms an air-tight reservoir, into which the gas rises through a pipe leading from the gasoline reservoir below. As the gas accumulates in side, the tank is forced up, and it again descends when the gas passes out in thi' main for cottSumpMpn. The principle of operation is the same as that in all large receiving tanks used by gas companies. We have already' mentioned the lever upon which' the gas tank is hung. This lever is again hung on (he water pipe which passes over the tank at t be height of about six feet,and, by means of a stop-cock ooiiuots tho supply of Water which runs the machine. Having given a description of ail the machinery, wo will now piocuuil to describe ITS pi'KUATIOX. Let us commence with the gas all exhausted fromi bhe tank. Having nothing on the i'hsidu to sustain it,the tank sinks in tiie Water.until it rem li es the false bottom or partition in the outer tank. This brings the lever down, opens tlie cock in the water pipe, turns the jet of water upon the water w heel and the whole machinery is set in motion. The water-wheel turns the cog wheels which operate the air-pump; the pump forces air into the lower reservoir of the tank; the air I bus sup plied combines with tbe liquid gaso line and forms gas, and tlie gas thus manufactured rises through a small oiiKi to tut> gas-tank, and thence ptoses into the i.lams ready to be consumed. As the ma chinery continues iv operation, the process of maniifnet ore is carried on very rapidly. Tlie gas entering the tank forces it upward, and when lillod to ils utmost capacity the lever at tached op.ij-ates upon the stop cock in the water pipe, cuts off Ihe supply and the machinery stops. Thus k hUppiy oluyts luis been accutpnlated I In «ihihT^P n " N * ), , pipe* to the building where it is con sumed. As it jaasaes out, of course, the eras tank sinks a gain, sets the ma chinery in motion attd In turn accu mulate?! another supply. Tims wo have a SKI.I'-KlvilT.ATlS'ti Machine, which, barring the supply of air und gasoline necessary, amount a lo the fabUioftS perpetual inoliiui. .so nice is the arrangement tliat whl n pfOperly charged with the material for the manufacture of gas (the ea parity befog ahout forty gal lons of gasoline), tlie machinery can he locked up and left without any at trition for weeks or months, or until another supply of gasoline is neces sary. From- our description, of course, only a confuted and uncertain idea of the apparatus can he gained. IT MUST lift SK.KV To be appreciated. After a long and critical examination, wo are compelled to pronounce itone of tlie most ingen ious pieces of mechanism which has ever come under our observation. To those who are interested in this new method of manufacturing gas we ex tend a cordial invitation to visit the HERATiD otlice on any evening of the week and see tho machine for themselves when it is in full opera lion. IT IS SAFE AMI UKI.IAIILE. .Many objections aro raised to the Union lias Machine on the grounds (hat it is unsafe. This is purely a canard. There is no lire used in any part of the process and the gas or gas oline cannot be thus ignited. From danger by lights or lire near the ma chinery it is also protected, as the gas oline is confined in n strong tank cov ered with water and the gas is guarded from escaping in the samo manner. The pressure on the tank does not ex ceed six ounces to the Square inch, or, hi other words, is no more than the pressure of a bucket of water upon its sides. The idea of an explosion is simply ridiculous. TJIU QUALITY Of GAS Is much superior to the ordinary coal gas. Is has none of the unpleasant odor while burning which character izes tho article generally supplied to this city by the (las t'ompany. It also contains less air than the ordinary coal gas and will, on that account, burr, one-third longer. The light fur nished is all that can be desired. It is full, bright- and steady and emits neither smoke nor offensive smell. For proof of this, we can only invite an inspection of the burners used in our office. its cost. / Tlie machine of the size attached to the IiKUAno office, with a capacity of thirty-live burners, costs in San Francisco abount £350. The addition al cost for freight, putting up and connecting with pipes is not heavy. When in operation, the expense is far less than the charges levied upon con sumers by gas companies. One gallon of gasoline, costing liTpents will make 200 feet of gas which will supply one burner fifty hours. For. country resi dences, halls, factories and towns not provided with a general supply of gas manufactured by a company, the Union eras Macnino is of immense practical value. JL is destined, we believe, to Quote into more general use as it becomes heller known, and thus it w ill WOTk something of a revo lution in the exclusive franchise held by powerful companies in every city ot any size in tiie land. We believe the Union flas Machine to be safe, n - liable, cheap, and altogether, just what, it is recommended. HIGHWAYMEN ABROAD. Nlv Outlaw* Sto|» T.W« Ntntfen, One «»r Which they lt»l> All Weil Mounted ninl llonilly Armed. IfKttap fcs* frjimil ML iiiO hma »«* From the Stockton Independent of the Sol instant we learn the following particulars of a daring stage robbery: Tlie stages of J. C, Shine and Miller & Co. were slopped by six masked high waymen at about half-past 10 o'clock on Monday morning, while on the road from Sonova to Milton, at a point between Salt Spring valley and the town of Milton, Calaveras county. The robbers, first having left their horses a few hundred yards from the road, appeared on foot as the opposi tion stage (owned and driven by J. C. Shine) came up, and presenting cocked pistols and shot guns at the driver anil passengers, they ordered an immedi ate .surrender of the treasure-box. Mr. Shine very politely informed them that he drove the opposition stage and was not the unfortunate possessor of any treasnre-box, whereupon these chiyrlrous knights of the road ordered him to drive on, which he lost no time in doing, as they turned their atten tion to the regular stage, which was observed coming down the road from a distance. A TUEASUItK-lIOX ('.VrTUItKO. As Miller's stage came along, the robbers were in waiting and the at tack was conducted systematically. One stood at the middle of the road, one at each of the leading horses' head, one ou each side, covering the passengers, and the sixth man took the uxpre*s-box from the driver, -Mr. Miller, who. saw that resistance was useless. The robbers expressed con siderable satisfaction on receiving the treasure-box, which contained the Chinese and Big Oak Flat express matter aird money. Luckily the pas sengers wore not robbed or detained, and Mr. Miller was allowed to proceed without further molestation, thus es caping with tlie box containing the Sdiiora and Columbia cxpressage, it being overlooked, and the U. S. mails also remained intact. Till: -MAN WHO lIKMAXUKI) JHB TKLASIKK-lIOX la said to he about five feet seven inches in height, about one hundred and sixty pounds in weight, wore a black felt hat, had an accent slightly Spanish, and carried a pistol. When last seen the robbers were mounted on their horses and riding fast toward-. S::lt Spring valley. There wen- ten passengers on the stage at the* time, and there waft only one pistol among them, which was curried by v Chinaman. While the passengers, who supposed they would all be lobbed, were trying to hide their valuables, Ihe Chinaman concealed his revolver in one ot" his boot-legs, but for what purpose is not known. TUKIK UOO l V Tltll- LINO. A reward of $'S>o isoll'.-red by Wells, Fargo & Co, for tlie arrest and convic tion of each of the robbers and they will add to the gross tuna one-fourth of the treasure recovered, it is be lieved that the riinooiTt of money the stolen box contained waa compara tively trilling. Addis, the popular unti-monopollst photographer will be In Jxis Angeles with his Cottage Rooms about the loth of November. Wait for pictures t ill ho comes. 81 Splendid genls suits. Coat pants and vest, for £12, very heavy. Gents Satinet pants 00 attd W2 50 at the Bazaar corner of Main and Ilequena streets. For smokers articles, such as brier pipes, meerchaum pipes, meerchaum cigar holders, etc. etc. etc., to .see the best ami largest assortment iv the city go to (he "Identical," 88 Main street, Perry & Riley Block. Our stock of fancy goods unexcelled, and at prices so low as to defy compe tition. Come and see them at the "Identical," 38 Main street, Perry $ Riley Block. 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 to 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 lo the trade, at the "Identical," 38 Main street, Perry & Riley Block. Spring Street Barber-shop. Purpu ra & Barbier have engaged another good barber, Mr. Jaeckerel, from Montgomery Baths, San Francisco. People will have their work done ns well and as quick as usual. We in vite everybody, guaranteeing com plete satisfaction. Mr. Barbier cures headache in five minutes by applying bis vaiuablesedative water. Spanish, French, tJerntanand Italian languages spoken. oct3l-tf Special Notices. Rnwi.iNO Ai.i.kv and Billiard Saloon, in th© basement ol thu 0. ti. Hotel building, formerly occupied by tho Cucamorjga wlue Depot, v Saloon with a iirst class stock of Wines, Liquors, Cigar*, etc., elc , and the best accommodation for customers. No charge xvill he made to patrons tor tlie use of Milliard tables and Alley. A lunch will be served In the evening. " KitUUDU X tfc Mki.cukut, novOtf Proprietors. The Saxe Brothers are en route for l.os Angeles Willi thirty thorough bred Dur ham bulls of all ages, direct from Kentucky, They will arrive November 10th. For Iho best bit eigarever sold in the city, go to the " Identical," 38 Main streei. For the best genuine Havana cigar, apply at the " Identical," :is Main street, Ferry R Kiley Blook. , initial note paper 25 cents per box, at the "Identical" ;(8 Main street, I'erry & Riley lilock. A. S. McDonald, 104 Main .street, opposite Court House, has just re ceived a largo assortment of rubber hoots, all sorts and sizes. Call at once and have your choice. Mookk's Restaurant, on Commercial street, is the proper place to go for a good meal, with a good cup of coffee or lea to drink with it- There is probably no restaurant on the Pacific coast where so many of tlie substantial* and so many of tbe luxuries may be had for cents. Don't forget the place-Moor's Restau rant, Commercial street. Private eating rooms liavi! been neatly lifted up fi *I he ac commodation of ladies. oetl7-lm New Goods! New floods'. Murxsen BrOi.,of the new variety store, corner of Main and Third streets, keep constantly On liand a htrge variety of Dry goods, Clothing, dents' undetwaar, liooisaud .shoes, Groceries, etc. \ large simply of new goods.iust. received, and •sold ut reasonable rates. All goods are ofthe best quality; no auction goofls sold by us. We respectfully solicit tho public lo examine our goods and judge for themselves, (foods .lelivered to auv part, of tlie city I'reeot charge, oet 1 Iff l'litKNi-Vinsurance Company, Hart ford. Connecticut; Home Insurance Company, New York: North Britlßh X Mercantile In surance Co., London and Edinbuig; Com bfnea Assets, 520.300.000. go Id. CHAS. R. JOHNSON, 5« Temple Block, oct ltf lo s Angeles, Cal. I'eter I.unnev, Main .street, second door from corner of Court, street, has a splendid assort" ment ofGroceries, Provisions, wines, Liquors Cigars, Tobac etc., which he otters at the lowest market, prices, All goods of tlie best ■nuillty. Orders delivered tree ot charge. sep27if Five spools of Coat's thread for'Al cts. KOUr papers American pins for 25 cts. Four pieces Worstead braid for 26 cts. At the HazaaS, corner of Main and KeqUe na streets, Agency Liverpool anil liondon and Globe Insurance Company. Assets, $21,000, -(HKJ. Agency stale Investment Insurance Company. Fine and Marine. Assets, ♦3U0.000, at, BroBriek*s Book Store, near the t'osjottice. • fi Ten yards brown factory for 81. 10 hi yards extra heavy -t-4 laelory for $1. Ten vio els do do ;t0 inch lor $1. Four spools Brook's thread lor U"> cts. At ihe R.v/A.Mt, cornerof Main and Reque na streets, opposite the C S. Hotel. Four pair seamless hose for SI. Three pair diamond loed Shaker socks Tor 81 00. „ . ' At Isaac Nouton A Co.'s, corner ot Mam and Ilequena streets, opposite CS. Hotel Agency Imperial of London and Queen of Liverpool; capllal,SlS.lMl.OuO. North ern of London, capital, $15,000,0(10; and Hart ford ol Hartford, capital, J.i.000.000. Ottice: Room No. ■•) Downey Block. JOHN CAHLIN, Agent. seiM-lf in. The tide of Immigration Is steadily set ting in, and tlie first thing eastern people do is to I limw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of Dksmo.M). They say there i.s no comparison between the two. . tio to the Fashionable Tailor, Fit/. palrick, when you want a line suit of .clothes. If you desire recommendation, ask any ol his 'numerous customers, and you will be lold that " Fit/.." always docs his work well giving line work, good material and reasona ble prices. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. To Patrons. rtMIK NEXT REGULAR SESSION ofthe 1 Los Angeles and San Bernardino District Council will Ik-held on Tuesday next. Nov. loth, at Comptou. A full attendance is very de.lrable. THOS, A. GAREY, J. K. MAHQUtS, Muster. seerutary. nov6difcwlt M. W. PERRY, 15 O O It WINDER. Downey Block, Cor. New High and Temnle streets. " oclll-2m-' H. RASTER, Fish and Poultry Market, WHITE HOI'sK, LOS ANGETiES ST„ third door from the corner of Commer cial. A specially made of nil kinds of San Frnncigco FRESH FISH In their season. Also, Ganns IN ut w, |?V«U>», null Conulry Produce. . Consignments of produce respectfully solle '\ lL 11 orders promptly filled and goods deliv ered free of charge iv any part of the city, ortid-tf ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Mll y or. At the ropiest of iimny Influential citizens, I\ BBAVDBT will lie a candidate t<>r .Mayoral tbe coming municipal election. OMf For Mnyor, lam a candidate for th* ofltoeof Mayor, al tin'next .Municipal I'.lcctlon, and solicit the Mtippori of my men J*. octm OKO. (>. TIKKANY, Br. It'or Mnyor. Al tlie request of manj- citizens, the under- Hgned announce* himself n candidate for Mayor, at the ne .1 Municipal election. K. SAIIICHI. I. Os All deles, Sep. l.'>th. ISTI. For Otty MarthaL I tioi! F. UKKKFAN i-a Candidate for City Marshal. octll* for Cily IMiii'Mlml. it. r. ii i i i i announceshimself ai a CailllldAte for the ofltCO Of City .Marshal, 111 the coming c ectioli. bCtS B'or City Marihal. I'KASriS RAKKK, ex-.M;trshal, announc es himself as n ('andlilate for the office of City Marshal at thecomtng eleelion. sep,lo For City JVlnrnhul, t'.'lll, HARRIS. Detect ivc Olllcer, desires to announce himself as a candidate for our next City Marshal. sep2!t Kor City IVliirsilial. ioii> J. carki M.o'announce* blm sell as a Candidate for the ollice of (..'Uy Mar shal, al the coming Municipal election. For City Treivmurers 11. lI.I'I.HII.HAJi announces himself as a candidate for Crrv Trbasuksk at the ensu« lnu election. se])lti For City Tri'ftMurer, HERMANN SIKI)K('KE\, Sr., announ ces himself as a candidate fori lieottice of Crrv Tkramukek at the ciimiliik Municipal elec tion. sep'2! For City "JCreiiniircr. .1 t.HDS Mftl.lS announces himself ns a caudidiite for Iho offlce of Cily Treasurei al the oomjag election. sep29 For City TrenHurei' J. L. WARD. seplS For City Assi»nsoi', .TOIIIV X. MOKBIS. oell* MISCELLANEOUS. THE LOS ANGELES Poultry Market! 126 & 128 Main Street, Is Ihe only place in town where you can gel a FULL FAMILY SUPPLY — at l he — Lowest Market Rates. They keep,constantly on bund All the Delicacies of the Season, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, POULTRY, AND G--A.ILVE of every description. Fresh Eggs and Butter • Kecvived everyday from thu country. Vegetables, Fruits and Nuts, CIGARS and TOBACCO. lleceived by every sleanier from Sjin Fran <'"r lBC Also, a full supply of Pickled Pigsfeet, jßotofrnn, Siiiiwuy^o, Smolcetl K«'ol Ton«;ue, Swiss, Limherger, Holland, Cream, Kastern aud California G> ZErC _tU ZEu S IE . LAKE SUPERIOR White Fish, Pickled Salmon, HOLLAND AND CALIFORNIA Herrings, Sardellen, Anchovies, Russian Sardines, and Caviar. ALDEN DRIED FRUITS! JTi'eHli CJi'tiulitsrvies, And many more things 100 numerous to mention. Orders from the country trade are promptly attended to ut lowest wholesale prices. Consignments of PRODUCE Respectfully solicited. Come and see our stock uud convince your el germain & CO. 1»I*01 TUKTORg, oct24-lm Thoroughbred Stock. The Saxe Brothers AUK NOW KN ROUTF. FOU LOS) AN tfeles with THIRTY THOROUGHBRED DURHAM BULLS! Of nil agai, brought 13it-«i<>t IVom Kentucky, They will arrive about November lOth, When the itock will be placed on the LOS ANGKLKS MAKKET. a* 't i f *'T - \ m a A line opportunity will thus be offered to htock-rui.scrs lo impro\ c iii. li breeds. ocUlO-lf To Contractors. T>IDM will be received at my office on Satin-- If day, November Oth, for building three Frame Dwellings. Npotuncalions to be seen ai the offlce of E. J. Weston, Architect. novl-'-t P. BEAUDRY. NEW IMPORTATION. DIRECT FROM THE EAST! E. LAVENTHAL. Hellman's Block, Cor. Commercial and Los Angeles sts. Has just received, direct, an immense and well selected stock of goods for the Fall and Winter trade, consisting of fine Black and Figured Alpacas, Poplins, Diagonals, Wrapper goods, Mohair goods, Shawls of the latest patterns, Eastern and California Flan nels. Also a good selection of BLACK SILKS. An endless variety of Embroideries and Laces, Ladies Neckwear. 500 Pieces different Brands of Cottons. Also a very large stock of Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Valises, Boys and Youths' Suits. 200 Colman Bros. Fine Dress Suits. Prices to suit everybody. Don't forget the corner, J lellmans Block. I r>EEY COMPETITION. oelTtf Immense Sacrifice! MAMMOTH BOOT & SHOE STORE Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE 500 Prs. Men's Tap-soled Calf Boots, ist quality, $6 00, for merly $7 50. 500 Prs. Men's Single-soled Calf Boots, ist quality, $5 50, for merly $7. 500 Prs. Men's Calf Boots, 2d quality (San Francisco make) $4 50, formerly $6. 500 Prs. Boys' Calf Boots, Ist qual., 54, 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. s®* Anyone who read* these ju ices can see that I sell my Splendid and Well-asnorled £jtock of Men's, Hoys' and Ladies' Wear cheaper than any house in the city. I must clear out 1113' present Stock at once to make room for the extensive Winter Assortment now arriving. aUglstf PROSPER PIIIUE, W. A. iMATTHLWS llMv 01 the C. I. Kail road.] PHILIP & MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE BROKERS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Houses Rented, Bills 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. 36. Business hours, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. octltf ~.7. TI- .'7.,', ~i — ■-■ * ■ ■■ -... — ;r—- •-r T 7 >T T WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND C 0.)," REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL. OEALEKS lIN . Oilw, "VafiiisHeis, Knislioss. and Cj-lxi-stss. Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AQEKTS FOli TUX California Chemical Paint Company. LIBERAL INI>TJCJEMENTf* OFFEREO TO •:■ *~mys 3ni 1,1 PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. C X-4 A. E Isr 3D OS" "£i OTE Xj , Main Street, 1..0* Anueles. A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. XHK HLEKI'IN Ci APAHTMKNTB Ar« large and well veutilated, and in the b.-st pos-dhle coutfftlou. [HE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET No expeuae will be spare" to make the Hotel equal to any on the Coa»U aas-tt-6