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TI'FSDAY NOV. 17, 1874. Tt would be a disastrous blow to ffie ring and a very honorable act on the part of Mr. Tikfaxy, if he should de cline being used as a cats-paw to draw tlte chestnuts from the fire, and with draw from the cunvass. Since the Ist of April tiie Central Pacific Railroad has brought into this State f&.GtM persons. The list of names and occupations kept at Sacra* mento show that a large number of these arrivals are farmers and many of them accompanied by their fami lies. This is the class of immigration we need. Tin: problem that is now giving the ring trouble is how many votes Mr. Tiffany will receive. As it is known that he is a mere decoy-duck kept in the field in the hope that he will draw votes from Mr. Beaudry, it is not probable he will poll a sufficient num ber to give the officers a great deal of trouble in counting them. Tub Water Company's organ has been looking over the bills of the Herald office, and finds a few for ex tra work done for the city, over which it makes itself exceeding glad; hut it does not deny that it proposed to the Herald to put up a job on the city printing and queeze a thousand or more dollars out of the fax-payers. Since the professed Republican organ found it convenient to advocate a Democratic candidate, the people ex pect anything from it except a straightforward, honest, manly course. When the Herald concludes to take money from the Republican County Committee and consolation from Democrats, it will apply to the Ex press for instructions iv lite art of double dealing. The Democrats of San Francisco held a grand jollification meeting last Thursday night. There were 0,000 or 7,000 Democrats assembled together uud iv all perhaps a dozen speeches were made. The speakers were gener ally old-liners, and it is something to their credit as well as encouraging to those whose votes contributed to the late Republican defeat that the senti ments of all were of a liberal charac ter and their tone temperate and mod erate. This is something we hardly expected of San Francisco Democracy. The leaders there, with a few honora ble exceptions, are of the old Bourbon quality and their feelings have been embittered by repeated failures and de feats. If these eld Bourbons can council moderation and talk common sense in the face of sweeping victo ries, there is hope fur the party nnd encouragement for the people. Every steamer coming down irom San Francisco is loaded with passen gers, four-fifths of whom larra"at Wil mington. By far the greater propor tion of these people are searching for homes in Southern California. At no time within the last twenty years has the number of arrivals been anything like as great as at present. A propor tion of those coming are of the honest miner race, on their way to Panamint and the country east of us, but the number in search of land is large, and as a general thing they desire to locate in Los Angeles valley. By far the greater number of these are pleased with the country and delighted with what they see. People from the Northwestern States are astonished, and among tbe first inquiries is the one, " Is this your Winter weather?" The green hills and sunny days are things they are not accustomed to see at this season of the year in the coun try of their old homes. Los Angeles valley is receiving a large and desira ble accession to her population. Prompt Action Necessary. A matter of very great importance to the future of Los Angeles is not re ceiving that attention it deserves. We refer to the Los Angeles and Inde pendence Railroad. Beyond the fact that wo have an engineer running preliminary lines nothing is being done, and in place of energetic action and a manifest determination to build the road, there are unmistakable signs that we are gradually setting back into the old style apathy, the grand purpose of which was to let cv« ry day provide for itself. Why wait for the engineer's report? We know from the investigations he has already made that the Cajon Pass route is tbe one we shall adopt; we know that it is practical. Why not go to work now? We must have the road or lose the already large and rap idly increasing trade of Panamint, Cerro Gordo and all tbe Owens river country. This is a conclusion which cannot be talked out of sight. The "back country" trade, about which the Herald has talked so much that some people have thought it the cor rect thing to make fun of it, is of vital interest to Lo B Angeles. If we retain it ye become a city; if we lose it we remain a town. The upper portion of the San Joaquin valley and the rail road company are doing all in their power, which is a great deal more than our people are doing, to induce this vast trade to resell and leave the railroad at or near Bakersrield. Their success or failure depends upon the people of Loa Angeles. We can con tinue on in the course we are now traveling and in a little time the trade that now passes through this city will be turned up the San .loanuin vnll. . We can bestir Ourselves ftnwuiildthc road and in a short tltna Increase the trade we now have ten ot twenty fold. We commend these suggestions to the Chamber of Commerce. The people are looking to that body and its immedi ate awakening from tiie deep sleep Which now holds it quiet will meet a hearty response from all. A Home Thrust. Kditou HERALD: You pinned tiie Express to (he Wall in Sunday morn ing's Herald. The reproduction of its editorial of May last in .which it praised Mr. Beaudry and hisfphirk antl enterprise so highly and painted in such glowing colors the great hen fita that would result from his success ful effort to place water on the "lands that fringe our city,'' compared with the present abuse of Mr. P.EAUdry, and attearpts to disparage what it then so extolled, renders void what ever influence the Uttlo trlfler might have had against Mr. BEAUDRY in the present campaign. Voter. Los Angeles, Nov. 10th,1874. We have never supposed that the Express could seriously injure Mr. Beaidry or any other respectable citizen in this community. It has turned against its friends so often that all have learned to distrust it. We arc sorry to see our little cotemporary in such bad odor, but it has brdright its fate upon itself. In this campaign it has made the mistake of supposing that bush-whtiek ing slang and personal abuse could be passed off for argu ment. It is a mistake common to a class of journals that are not so par ticular about the principles they ad vocate as they are about the " value received" for such advocacy. It is not for us to say that the Express is now acting the part of servant to the riug, but any person who will compare its frank, manly commendation of Mr, J Beaudry and his work a few months back with its coarse, personal attacks on him now will hardly be able to avoid that conclusion. Was the Express lying in May last or is it lying now? It had no object in lying then; it lias an object in lying now. The people understand the little trai tor, and as our correspondent says they are glad to see it nailed to the wall. Those Names. We find the following in the Express of last evening: The Herald of the 13th states that twenty-three persons have called to pay their taxes against whom the As sessor's hooks shows no assessment. If the Herald and its master, Beau dry, had believed this to be true, they would have published those names, for this would be one of Beaudry's cheap ways to manufacture popular tiy. Trot them out! L. Siebold, Oity Assessor. We ask the pardon of " L. Siebold, City Assessor," for the omission. Here are not twenty-three hut twenty four names of persons and firms who hare railed to pay their taxes and found no assessment against them. The names are from the City Clerk's record: — Antunis, Smoot & Soule, Rosalia Mendez, Anita Elias, David Johnson, Adelaida Alvarado, — Arcadio, Ramon Ybarra, Theophila Ortiz, Ruiz Oscafio, Jose Maria Tapia, Juan Reyes de Ra- Timoteo Ybarra, irez, Jose Maria Ybarra, — Miranda, Swigart & Huber, Rosaria Aceda, — McGuire, —Simpson, Davis & Sniitb, — Toli, — Branan, Juan MariaVignes. — PerrJeiv Utah's Delegate to Congress. Salt Lake, November 13th.—Bas kins gives notice of his intended con test for tho seat as Delegate to the next Congress, and Cannon's reply was published in full this evening. Bas kins sets fortli that Cannon is not a citizen of the United States; that since the passage of the Act of Congress against polygamy he has taken three plural wives; that he liad a lawful wife'and one plural wife before; that he is still living with said wives; that his obligations are yielded the revela tions of polygamy as superior to law, and that he cannot, as an Apostle of the Mormon Church, take the oatli of office without mental reservation or purposes of evasion. Cannon denies that he is not a citi zen and says he was naturalized in the First District Court in 1854. He ad mits that he is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, but in regard to polygamy lie insists that if guilty under the law he is sub ject to prosecution in Court. In this election contest, however, he thinks there is no right to question him, nor should he be required to answer ou that subject. Still he denies that lie has any relation with women as will subject him to punishment by law. He says he invites judicial investiga tion; that he recognizes his duty to be loyal to the Government; that the Mormon Church enjoins no conduct repugnant to the duties of a loyal citi zen, and that he has never made any pledge or promise to said Church con flicting with his allegiance to the United States; and furthermore, that he is in no way ineligible, and having received 20,000 majority he is legally elected to Congress. A Man Killer Convicted. Salem, Oregon, November 15th.— The case of the State of Oregon vs. Thos. Gelraud, for killing Hubbard, brought in a verdict as charged. This is the second trial, and there seems to be no hope but that he must sutler the severest penalty of the law. He will be sentenced to-morrow. The following are the prices paid in some recent land sales in Stanislaus county: Wainsott to Tynan, 320 acres cash sale, five miles from Modesto, $14 50 per acre. Carter to Whintmoie, cash sale, 320 acres, three miles from Modesto, $15 per acre. Mitchell and Cresey Brothers to W. H. Davis, so acres two miles from Modesto, BU_ per acre. All of the land was' of excellent quality, level, light but rich, sandy loam, and in good neighborhoods, and within three miles of a railroad depot, and only about 105 miles from Ban Francisco. A Frenchman named John Fayolle committed suicide on Wednesday last near Oroville. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. Climiarc or Kohlf of tbe Southern I'm cltle. Wa. ii in(* i«>N, November loth. -A movement Is organizing to procure Congressional legislation changing the Southern Pacific Railroad route sorts to nvoiil the necessity for cross ing the mountains separating the Sa linas ;uul Sun Joaquin valley*. The company My they will crnisfruet tho road avrom-the mountains by the route already described rather than lose their subsidy, but won't use the road when done, because it will be cheaper to avoid the heavy grades by going di rectly down tbe San Joaquin to Oak land, while if the.route is changed as desired, so that they can enter Salinas valley from the east by the most prac ticable pass und proceed by that route, they will make tho terminus in San Francisco. The proposition is viewed with favor here if it will not shut out some competing road and hosno other objectionable purpose, ou which point reliable information is desired. The Tillon-Heerher Suit Postponed Brooklyn, November lGlh. —Tho argument on the appeal from Judgo Neilsou's dec ision granting a bill of part irAilurs in the Bcceher-Tilton case was heard this afternoon in Court be fore Judges McCuo and Reynolds. Previous to the argument, Gen, Tracy requested the Court, that the date of trying, the cause be postponed until December, as counsel' for defendant would be obliged fee break an impor tant engagement if the case shoutd he called for trial on Wednesday next. After discussion it was decided that the case should not he tried before the first Monday of December. The argu ment ou the appeal was begun by Mr. Shearman, who explained the mean ing ef the bill of particulars and cited precedents in favor of the granting of the bill. Tho decision of the Court will probably be rendered to-morrow, t'ntou I'acific Stockholders Want to Compromise Ivith Pacific Nail. New York, November 1 Gth.—Some of the Union Pacific stockholders are trying to initiate a new movement for a conference witli the Pacific Mail, thus showing.that they do not concur in Huntington's startling ultimatum of putting the Steamship Company absolutely in the hands of the rail roads for a gradual confiscation. The new proposition is that two Directors from the Pacific Mail and two from the Union Pacific shall be appointed a committee to decide on the terms of adjustment, with power to select an arbitrator if they disagree. More Trouble In Arkansas. Washington, November 16th. —A private telegram from a Republican source via Helena, Arkansas, says that military companies are being or ganized to support the Smith Govern ment and a report prevails that such Government is temporarily estab lished at Helena. Senator Dorsey of Arkansas, who represents Smith and party, has had several interviews with Attorney - General Willliams. Last night a representative of Garland called on Williams and requested him to suspend action until that side could bo heard. The Attorney-General has thus far received Smith's telegram to President Graut and Smith's procla mation, and will have a conference with the President to-morrow. Little Rock, November 15.—C01. J. M. Johnson, Secretary of State un der Gov. Baxter, who turned over his office to his successor under the new Constitution, authorizes a denial of the statement from Washington that he and other State officials elected with Smith, now recognize him as Governor. Perfect quiet prevails here. Smith and his Secretary of State (Wheeler) cannot be found, and Gov. Garland will to-morrow offer a reward for their apprehension, that they may be brought before the Courts and held to answer charges against them. Neither Gov. Garland nor the Legis lature now in session will appeal to the President or Congress, tho State authorities being able to protect the Government. Rumor says that Smith is held in the U. S. Arsenal. About tlic Telegraph Cables. New York, November 16th.—Col. Eastman, of the Direct Cable Com pany, charges that Sir Stafford North cote's recent letter in regard to the purchase of cables by the British Gov ernment conveyed a fulse inference iv implying that his company had made any such proposition, lie says the suggestions that the British, United States aud Canada Governments com bine to purchase these cables come from parties interested in the Anglo- American Company. Survey of tho Hudson. New York, November 10. — The surveys now being made of the upper Hudson are believed to be to ascertain the feasibility ami probable expense of a scheme to connect the great West with the Atlantic by the proposed Chumplain ship-canal, by making the river navigable from Troy to Fort Ed mund by ships drawing fourteen feet and deepening Wood creek between Eort Edmonds and Lake Champlain, at Whitehall. The outlet from the latter to the St. Lawrence is proposed to be the proposed Caughnawanga Canal. rTIJWiM from New Orleans. New York, November 16th.—A Herald New Orleans special says ex- Governor Wellfj, President of the Re turning Board, says he has official knowledge that additional Federal troops have been ordered to New Or leans, and intimates that in the Con gressional Districts where the Board discovers informalities in the elec tions, they will refuse certificates to candidates, leaving the Government to order a new election within thirty days. Another dispatch says a long dis patch reporting a fiery editorial advo cating the assassination of every Radical counted in by the Returning Board, has been received fromShreve port. The leaders of the White League favor moderation till Congress meets, unless, in the meantime, the Returning Board forces an issue, when it will be met without any con flict with the Federal Government. Wool Market. Chioaoo, Uth.—ln Boston and New York there is a light demand for California wool at lower prices, ruling 19-25* U7-33i-40 ets., as to quality; Fall California2oJCo4o ets. FOREIGN. Overflow of a Village -The C'ubaua . Capture a Tillage. Havana, November 15th.—The vil lage of Mayui was overflowed for twenty-four hours. Nearly every house was washed away. A Havana letter of NovemberJ 7th says It is reported from Insurgent sources that the village of Qeronimo, in the central department, and a gar ris ,i of 1;)0 civil guards antl 7b volun ti ■ ts were captured by tlio Insuisretits, tbe town sacked and burned, and most of the garrison killed. From Over the Water BKM.Hr, November 15th. -The sec ond arrest of Count Yon Arnini has caused a painful impression iv this city. The modarate journals insist upon am explanation by the Govern ment. The K~rcu:e Zeitung says: Couut Yon Arnim, after his reloase on hail from imprisonment, found several missing documents which were only mislaid. He delivered them to the city court through his counsel, Dr. Markel. The possibility of Dr. Mar ket having learned their contents was, it appears, grounds for the first arrest of Markel, who to-day refused to make any statement at the examination. London, November loth.— The in surrection in the Argentine Republic is declining. Gen. Mitre, with 4,00(1 men, is retreating South, and 18,000 Government troops are in pursuit. Sonienf the farmers of Round Val ley, Mendocino county, have com menced plowing. BORN. BAKER. -In this oity. November l«th, to the wife of M. C. Baker, a son. NEW TO-DAY. Notice to Smokers. Having received a large stock of cigars at a very low price, I am willing to give the pub lic the benefit of my bargain, by selling them ger boxes of 100, at prices lower than any ouso In this city. This Is really an extra chance, and no one should lose this oppor tunity without being benefited by it. (,'omo at once to I. GOLDSMITH 'S, Main SI., next to W. F. * Co.'s Express. Tho latest Illustrated Papers always on hand. Roots, boots; shoes,shoes; rubbers, rubbers; gaiters, slippers and everything in thalLnoof shoe-leather. Go lo R. SI.ANEY fof them. He has the largest, best and cheapest stock in the city. Castec Mining Company. ALL Persons holding claims agalnstthis Company, are requested to present the same to the Secretary who will pay them In stanter. B. L. PEEL, novl7tf Secretary. BOARD, with furnished rooms iv a pleas ant location in a private family, 3 min utes walk from Postofllce. Gentlemen and their wives preferred. Enquire at this Office, novl7tt NOTICE. THE Firm of J. L, Ward A Co,, WM dis solved by mutual consent on November Ist, 1874. .1. 1,. WARD. J. E. HAWLEY. The undersigned have this days formed a copartnership under tho stylo of Haw ley & Bead,in the Forwardlngaud Commission bus iness recently conducted by J. I* Ward A Co. Office, No. 15 Main Ht., Los Angeles, Cal. J. F. HAWLEY. Nov. Ist, 1871. W. H. BEAU.. novl7-lt Well-Digging and Grading. lAMI AM PREPARED TO DO WELL-DIGGING aud grading In the most satisfactory man ner aud on the shortest notice. Water guar anteed for Wilcox Lifters of all dimensions. REFERENCES. By permission, I refer to Mr. Lougstreet, Mr. Ledyard, Mr. Heaton and Dr. Whistler. THOMAS HAMILTON, At A. Ausbrand's, nvl7 tf Corner Sixth and Spriug Sts. TWO NEATLY FPRNISHED ROOMS, suitable for single gcntltman, or married couple, within a square of the Court House, for rent. Inquire of I. B. FERGUSON, nl.Vlw Corner of Spring and Court Sts. Notice to the Public. MR. BARBIER Has bought the old establishment known as tho Spriug- St. Barber Shop, And now opens the most convenient rooms in the city. Three flrst-class barbers always in attendance. Bhaviug. Use; Hair < oiling, 33c; Minus,. h y«. , Been ing, ase. . _ MY. Barbier Invites the public generally to come and see him. He cures headache in five minutes by applying his valuable Sedative Water, for 25c. Also, Ladles' Hair curling. Germun, French, Spanish and Italian lan guages spoken. novl7-lm J. L. WARD, 1$ It O X I J X*. Office, 15 Main street. AGENT, Coodall, Nelson & Perkins' Steamship Line. B-A.IIV WAGONS. Union Insurance Co. Aetna Insurance Co. London Assurance Corporation. Orders for tho purchase of Merchandise so licited, novntf 150,000 REDWOOD JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY J. G. Jackson, nvl7 tf Corner First and Alameda Sts. SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE SEV enteeuth Judicial District of th* State of California, in and for the county ol l.os An- Seles.-T. J. Grider, plaintiff', against S. R. Grl er, defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of the Ktate of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles, and the complaint tiled In said county of Ixis Angelos, lv the office ofthe Clerk ofsald District Court. The People of the State of California send greeting to S. R. Grider, defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above-named plaintiff in the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District ofthe State of California, In and for the county of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (ex clusive ofthe day of service) after the service on you of this summons—lf served within this county: or, If served out of this county, but In this Distrlct.wlthin twenty days; otherwise, within forty days, orjudgment by defaultwill be taken against you according to the prayer of sidd complaint. The said action Is brought toobtniu a decree of this Court dissolving the bonds of matri mony between yourself and the plaintiff'here in and for general relief. Retercnce is hud to complaint for particulars. And you are hereby not Hied that if you fall to appear and answer tho said eomplalut as above required, the said plaintiff will cause your delimit to be entered and will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the com plaint. » Given under my hand and the seal lot the District Court of the Seven* i SBAL >'teenth Judicial District of the State ,—' of California, In and for the county of Los Angeles, this 26th day of September, iv the year ot our Lord one thousand eight hun dred and seventy-four. A. W. POTTS, CUrk. By C. W. Gotri.l), Deputy Clerk. J. B. Hoi.j.AWAV, Att'y lor PI ft nvl7 Im* OT.A-KEINJLXBIV BAR. I have Just leased the popular Clareudon Bar, and have refitted it throughout with bil liard table,etc., and shall keep constantly on bund, a supply of the best Wines. Liquors and Cigars iv the market. All of my old friends are Invited to call. _ . ______ novBti FRANK SANDERSON. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. rkNT ple Street BARBER SHOP, Siijjn OT the I'our l.iolit*. DOYLE & SILVER Have engaged another food Barber JI reel from NKW YORK C I'l'V. And will hereafter RUN THREE CHAIRS. >-siinviiit>\ - - \»rr. tot*. Hair Cutting, - •-».-» Shmiipoonitiy, - &f% «•<>#. QIVC HI a Mil. novlltf DEWEY. KIMBALL & CO. Real Estate. Auction and Commission m iifc id oii rs r r , NEW U. S. HOTEL BUILDING, Corner ol ltrqucuii nml I.os Ana;*, les streets. EXTENSIVE SALE AT AUCT IO 7N CONSIGNMENT GOODS! Wagons, Robes, Lap Blank ets, Whips, Rugs, &c., Saturday, November 14th, 1874, At 10 o'clock, at Sale-room. Male Peremptory to « lose « incuts. X Concord Itngglea. a End Spring Coal Box Uuaaies, 2 Leather Top IHiggiew, II Seta Single IfarncMS, a •• Double llnrnesM. 5 I.S|t Kobes, 3 I'o a- itolm's. 12 « hips. 5 Body liriissels Rugs, 4 \ \ minster Rug's, 2 Plet'ea Tapestry llriisscls Carpet. .1 Poieu Itnstlc Shades. Second-hand Harness. Chairs, &c. novSld WANTS LOST FOUND. \A7 ANTED. — A position as book- VV keeper or .Salesman by a young man who bus had considerable experience In the clothing and general merchandising busi ness, will (five goad references. Address O.UINTAS NELSON, nov 1:1-21* Los Angeles P. O. NOTICE.— BIDS WILL BE EICEIVED to excavate 2,21X1 cubic yards of earth. Apply to P. REAP PRY. oct2st.f J" AW OR OTHER COPYING IN KNG _J lis hi Oermrtn or French, Translations correctly made. Terms moderate. Apply P.O. Box 15" octl7-lin slso REWARD. ON the 13th day of October last, Mr. V. Beaudry lost at. the Pico House, a Dia mond Ring. The above reward will be paid tothe tinder upon delivery of property to P. Beaudrv, and no Questions asked, novlltf P. BEAUDRY. D OONIS.-EAMILY and Simile Rooms rl with board at Col. Peel's on Spring St. novlutf A FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE FOR Sale, as good as new, for f.65, Inquire at novSditwtf 2 111 Main street. MOTICE.— A" parties wishing tho pure cement gravel from Teed\s Hill for gar den or sidewalks, will please leave orders with I. B. PEROUSON, Corner Spring and Court Sts., nov7-lw' Los Angeles. INSURANCE AGENCY. Commercial Insurance Company of |JTLSO~i jto I- *!»Hrornin. . FIRM ANS MARINE. Office in San Francisco, No. 22N, California St. Capital, paid up in gold, 8200,000. Assets st:t?;>,«on. CHAS. A. LATON j C. W. KELLOGG, Secretary. I President. A. R. GPNNISON, tieneral Agent. DIRECTORS: W. W. Dodge, Clans Spreckels, Selden s. Wright, W. B. Cummlngs, .lames M. Barney, C. W. Kellogg, A .W.J cc, Pete r Dea v, .lohn H. Wise, C. .1. Deering, Levi Stevens, James Gamble, Charles Main, W. B. Hooper, o. L. Bradley, .lames Phelan, James Linforth, 11. S, <Irocker, N. li. Thaver, F.S. Freeman, D. 11. Haskell. Hart let! Doe. Jos. A. Hooper. Wis. BOKROWK, Agent for Los Angeles. otlice-aa Main St., Telegraph Office. «SB"This Company belongs to no combina tion, but takes risks upon their merits; rates baaed upon the hazard assumed. noB-eow-lw WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINES. THE CALIFORNIA FAVORITE, — AND Champion of the World! THE WIIVIVEja AT 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., I.os Angeles. E. W. II ARRAL, lien. Agent, 427 Montgomery street, S. F. JlylO-fini* BILL POSTING — AND — General Advertising FOR ALL KINDS OP BILL POSTING, tbe distribution of Programmes, Circu lars, Cards, etc., apply to It. ss. WALKKII, Tho regular and ONLY Bill Poster in the city. Office at the ])<ii)u Stnr office, or orders may be left at. any ofthe pr luting offices. iivl.l tf M. W. PERRY, BOOK BINDER. Downey Block, Cor. New High and Temple streets. octll-2m» REAL ESTATE BROKERS. .». M. Baldwin. fliAs. i:. ni am:. Real Estate aiid Money BROK 1 THE FIRM OF J. M. BALDWIN Will negotiate KfHl Estate s,l*s and Money 1.0:1ns, at 7« 1.3 Howncy Block, ground floor. CTOR SALE. |»-ACRR lit ACT on San ■ Pedro street., Price, iViiKi. CT OR SALE. *<> tCREH SPLENDOJ ' lan I. fash value of Improvements, jl, SCO, Location, lust outside City. Price, -, : e per acre, FOR SALE. CHOfdri lot on Spring streer, andone on Allsn. Also, building lots In various portions of I be Oity. FOR RENT ON SHARES A RElil able man can rent 70 acres splendid bol tom land, receiving two-thirds of crop. FOR SALE. -HOUSK with sk.viin rooms, bath rooms etc., complete. I ,ol ISOxIUS feet. Bearing Lime, Lemon, and other trees—Vines bearing-Orange trees will bear next season. Localton, choice. FOR SALE. ( HOU X liWKLl.lNtl,cen trally located. Six rooms with bath room. Grounds ami trees In pertcci condition, sold With or without Furniture, and at a bargain. QO Pt/Wi WILL PURCHASE ONE *PO»t>UU Twenty-acre lot In tosrh ol Anaheim, with house which w4tt .-i.;sni. 1,01 has on It tnO Walnut trees tl\ c years old, and three acres In alfalfa. Live fence enclosure. FOR SALE- TWENTY-ACRE TRACT adjoining Oity. Ijflfjfj choice vines, hear ing, aud about lllil orange threes. Willow fence. Price, si.wo. FOR SALE. IN'TlliSrlTY, one l-Va.-te tract, fully set In walnut trees. Good lo cality and Will be sold fit a baigaln. FOR SALE. - RAM H*' OF I*o ACRES With two houses, well with thirty fectuf water. One half under fence. 8,000 Orui lie, l.lme. Lemon, Walnut and other trees. 20. -000 Vines. Ampfe supply of water for Irfl gat lon, Til le perfect, FOR SALE, ao At •Hps FARMINU land with dwelling house. Under cultivation last year. Location, near How uej t i!y depot, wafer ditch runs through ihe tract, Price, ai.ooo. FOR SALE.-*" ACRES EXCELLENT corn or Tooacco laud in Asm .1 T.iu ludilp, Price, SJSO per acre. iL'*l Apply lo 5. M. BAr.BWIN, liroiiud Floor, Downey Block, pcuptr CHAMBERUN & BANCROFT, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 21 SPRINCST., - - LOS ANCELES, Nearly opposite Postolliee nnd < out ! House, <tfi Rnn FOHa Beautiful property inside JUU cily limits, I., miles from Posl olllcc—lo acres, choice und excellent, land, covered with fruit trees, many of them heal ing, consisting of Orange, lemon, Lime, Cii ron, Apple, Pear, Peach, Appricot, Almond and Walnut trees. Also, about 2,000 foreign Grapevines beating, and a targe variety of Flowers, Shrubbery Ac. Good House oTelghl rooms in good repair, Barn, Henhouse Ac. Good well of excellent watei. Also Ihe stock consisting of 2 horses, il cows, 2 hogs, chick ens, wagon, harness, earls plows and farming tools Ac, Ac, included. This is one of the most desirable places in the market,and will be sold tit a bargain. Q2,500 PGR SO ACRES GOOD LAND tp (sand loam soil i located With In a lew rods 01 the Race Track, splendid soli for the cil* ture of orange and lime trees. . 11l 010,000 FOR 55 ACRES SPLENDID soil tjp in oity limits, with lull water privileges. A fine chance for specula! on. The property can be subdivided and sold lo great advan tage. S3 01.300 PGR A BUILDING LOT ON. Fort »p near College, 190x105. r,7 Q2,500 FOR A WELL improved Farm <3> near Plorancn. Forty acres excellent land. Dwelling house, barn, corn crib, well and wind-mill, trees Ac, Ac. Very cheap nil 1 desirable property. ITS fc>l.2oo WILL buy a splendid building lot, Ci) UOxlG'i, on Main St., near Gth. $150, For a building lot on Pearl St., with In a half block of the terniiuns of the Spring St. Railroad. Splendid neighborhood and very cheap. 177 03.000 For a House it ud Lol within half a <P block of Pico House. r_>-| J. 5.000 WILL BEY ONE OF THE Best Ini «P proved suburban Farms In Ihe market, lo cated 3J j miles from town. Magnificent new dwelling, large barn and other out-bulldiugs, vineyard, fruit and shade trees, good well of excellent water, and the whole farm ol forty eight acres under cultivation. Plenty of wa ter for it rigatiott, IU (J>7.000 For a beautiful residence, half a mile 'I> from PostoUice. Lot highly improved- House contains II rooms, with all modern im provements. This is onu of the prettiest pri vate residences In the market. 1:1! J»750 For a splendid building lot on Olive «P street. $9,000 For a splendid suburban property of 13acres, located on Main street, short dis tance from Washington Gardens. Properly improved as follows: Neat Gothic House IK story of 5 rooms; about 7f> orange, lime and lemon, fug, apple, pear and ol her trees bear ing, uud a large number sol out in orchard that will bear in Iwoorthree years; ornamen tal .shade trees, flour garden Ac. Henhouse and stable. Fine soil and plenty of Wider lor Irrigation Ac. This is one of the finest homes Offered for sale. The owner is compelled to leave the city to attend his business elsewhere and will sell the above described property ill the extreme low price of 49,000. ■ |:|G For s!£-acre lot on Orange street, (en •P minuted walk from terminus of .spring Si. Railroad. Plenty oi water for Irrigation ,;c Five soil for the cultivation of Hie orauife, lemon and lime. ujq $:t,ooo For an improved farm of C,fKK) acreWj located m ar Florence. 7(1 dtiO.OOO For a farm of 40 acres, choice land •TP highly Improved, orchard, vlpeyard .*<:., Including sot) choice variety of fruil trees, Very tine property. 7u A-150 For a level hit on Charity street, near 9 Seventh. jj.550 For ii good lot adjoining the above, i>3,300 For 22 acres on Mam si reef, near J'f •P fersou, on tbe line oi Ibe cily limits. Full water privileges. Splendid, location. lit; CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, 21 SPRING ST., Nearly opposite i'ostoilice and Court House. H. RASTER, CITY Fish and Poultry Market, WHITE HOUSE, LOS ANGELES ST„ third door from the corner of I !oinnicr clnl. A specially made of all kinds of San Francisco FRESH FISH I v their season. Also, Poultry, Eg>-j»-«, LSnl tor, Cjrtii»io,lNttt», Fruitm, mttl CJoimtry J?ro*liio©. Consignments of produce respectfully solic ited. All orders promptly tilled and goods deliv ered free of charge in nny part of the cily. ootifil-tf OYSTERS! OYSTERSI OYSTERS! I would state to the public that I hnvoopen ed an OYSTER SALOON In the basement of Ihe U. S. Hotel building, In connection with KRUMDICK & MELCHERT, where I will serve Eastern and Pacific Coast Oysters in every style, day and evening. Also, the best ENGLISH ALE and PORTER constant ly on hand, Oysters Received by every Steamor. Give me a call und I will guarantee satis faction. GEO. J. SCHNORRENBERG. In basement ofU. 8. Hotel building, opposite Wells. Fargo A Co.'s Express office, Main St. uovlOtf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. <* <> r <> —i m ffs i<) / 3e CD m co mmm] m FOR CHEAP GOODS! HN ilirin street. JOHN H. SEYMOUR, Oenernl .Mminirci'. iy lot r THE LOS ANCELES Poultry j|g Market! 126 & 128 Main Street, Is the only place in town where yon can gel ■ FULL FAMILY SUPPLY -- al I he — Lowest Market Rates. i\ -Jt*T" 7. O' ■ . c, up ,r. |u"3j They keep eons! aid iy on hiind All tho Delicacies of the Season. 1 ••• •- ol »rp 1.. . e•«)-!..timTiijtK GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, POULTRY, AND of every description. Fresh Eggs and Butter Received everyday from the countrw ■ ; ' ±1 '- j•i.xiti') oilT Vegetables. Fruits and Nuts, CIGARS and TOBACCO. Oltoioo VotfOtnhlfN! Received by every steamer from San Fran cisco. Also, a full supply of Pickled Pigsfeet, Slioo|>*w Tonuuo, ISoloj>'uti Sinisit»-e. Smoliotl IJoof Tongue, Bwlss, Llmberger, Holland, Cream, Eastern and California -tit rp -rp oi TP < ' XJ LJLJ M l I > 17,1 . • i • tii..llii/ .L .'-.jt-n- ,11: /?Ud,«.* 1.. LAKE SUPERIOR White fvish, .-. .1 Pickled Salmon, HOLLAND AND t Al.ll-i.iRMA Herrings, Sardeli.en, Anchovies, Russian Sardines, and Caviar. ALDEN DRIED FRUITS! • 'I »• -.it, opt;lii /,o 7 J i'j • i'j o,* 411* v ITrojsli <?rsiiil»orrieH, Uiii iwj> -oil >;.» L'JtJiao -i : . And iiuiny jiiore things to,, numerous to mention. tup I .Auto, a to .s*ri!Tji:77:»«ioiii!iii viu J lv 01JmM*J E>t'i T7l *"iT/'.ToJ ni ji tiSPi/.' Orders from the country trade are prompt Iy attended to at lowest wholesale prices. J 111 .I'd Hi l< «] I •XI I 1,, *',T)111 I Consignments of PROD TT O E Respectfully solicited. Come and see our.slock and convince your selves. E. GERMAIN & CO. PROPRI 1ET984 oct2l-lm JUST RECEIVED A. T TH WW >V tt JS CJ A" , Ao. UO Sprint street, A MQTTATJic. OTt AND PIANO From Hie celebrated fat-lory of DUNHAM & SONS, IN ICW YORK. Parlies desirous of furnishing their parlors with large finely finished cent t PIANOS, Would do well to call and see this Piano. J. D. PATRICK, Agent for Los Angeles. KOHLER, CHASE I CO., Agents, San Francisco. novl-lm WOOLEN MILL STORE. The proprietors of the Woolen Mill Slore offer a heavy stock of t 'J ne JScTf T jta VQA SV. Ip. Homo jMuiiulUctiire, together with fine English and French wool- Veka: low ngiciEM, In our Merchant Tailoring department, we have a first class cutter, and will make suits to order at from ,>!'."> to $70. A good lit guaran teed. Farmers and others who desire it can have suits cut and trimmed to be made at home. . - ! PFEIFFENBERGER A SCHAPEE. oct27-im i . ~. ; onib Los Nietos Mills, D.C.Wilson, Proprietor. FINEST QUALITY of CORN MEAL ALWAYS ON HAND IM SUFFICIENT ipiuntity to sypply the market. Ground Feed a Specialty. All orders from customers promptly filled. This mill bus recently been i edited, nnd has suttlclent capacity to grind 8,000 POUNDS OF CORN PER DAY. oct22-2m«