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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
ni I'KShA V NOV. It, M 74
" 1,. Sikhoi.d, City Assessor," ex
plains why he did not assess the
twenty-lour persons who called to pay
tbeir taxes and found they were not
assessed. One of his excuses will an
swer for his whole (lock of lame ducks.
He says be did not assess the linn of
SWIOART A: llfitEß, because ihe
lonise mms closed when he called! Mr.
" 1,. SiKBOLD, City Assessor," had
from May to July to make the assess
ment and we do not think the house
named was closed all that time. Study
up something not quite so thin for
(his evening's Express, Mr. " L SiE
noi.n, City Assessor."
After the Express has wearied of
charging Mr. BKAUDBY with stealing
all the land in Los Angeles city and
valley it will probably till its columns
with Recounts of clothes lines he has
robbed, hen roosts he has depopu
lated, grave stones he has stolen and
charity boxes he has emptied. Poor,
silly, venal J'xpressl If its ability to
lie only squalled its zeal and mendac
ity, its articles would bo valuable ac
quisition's to the Aei'-s Letter's "Lies
of the day," hut as il lacks everything
but cringing obedience to the will of
its masters it is simply a venom
squirting toad, harmless because so
low.down that anything respectable is
far above its reach.
It has leaked out that a scheme is
on foot to turn the water from one or
more of the zanjas that now run
through the city over on the East side
of the river. It is whispered that in
case of his election Mr. Sabichi will
favor this scheme which, if carried
into effect, will work serious incon
venience and heavy damages to those
residents living in the Southern part
of the city. This will explain why the
voters of that locality are almost to a
man opposed to the election of Mr.
Sabichi. To divert the water or any
considerable portion of it from its pres
ent, channels to the Eastern side of the
river bed will destroy an immense
amount of property in the Southern
part of the town antl involve the city
in along list of damage suits. We
mention these rumors, which appear
to he well founded, in order that tax
payers may invest igate them and de
termine for themselves as to their truth
or falsity. If Mr. Sabichi has inti
mated Ids willingness to aid this
scheme, he is not worthy the the con
fidence of the people and his repudia
tion should be decided and emphatic.
A Comparison.
Il there are yet remaining those who
entertain a lingering doubt tlait the
Express has not been bought by the
ring, those doubts will be dispelled by
reading the following extracts from
the columns of that venal and menda
cious sheet:
THE " KXPBBSS" BB- THE " JSXPBEBB " AX-
KiiRS t'f sol.Ji OUT To I XX IT BOLD OCT TO
TBI RIXO. TH* KISU.
The borers ou Beau- None but the worst
dry's artesian well ex- interests can be sub
perhsteut north of the served by Ihe election
city are now down 345 of a selfish schemer,
leel. They tire passing of a man who is ul
through a species ol" ways intriguing toad
sbaie, and those ex-pc- vance his own Inter
rienoed in well boring estsal the expense of
are sanguine that water individuals or the
will be struck. What a public. We have
splendid thing it would shown enough of the
i.c for l.os Angeles il record of Mr. Beaudry
Mr. Beaudry shouldjto satisfy everybody
succeed in his raagnl-jthal be Is morally un-
Ocent project ! The tit for public trust,
public spirit ami enter- His antecedents are
prise of Ibis liberal and simply horrible. They
energeticoltlsenwould betray an unserupu
bestow on the people loslty perfectly appal
of l.os Angeles one ot ling iv a man in bis
Ihe greatest of boons, position. To say that
With a flowing arte- iv his public capacity
sian at the range where he resorted to delih
he Is now boring,the crate falsehood ami
fact, would be surely chicane to secure title
demonstrated that, ail to land belonging to
OOrhill lands could he the city, is to put il
Irrigated with wells mildly. We have un
and make them im-earthed and laid bare
mensely valuable, to the public the an-
While Mr. Beaudry answerable facts of
would reap Rj rich re- one glaring instance
waul for his liberality in which he hosdonC
and adventurous spir- this; but we are not
It, the city would be permitted to stop at
enriched by the en- that. We have well
11•incing of her proper- authenticated In
ty millions of dollars, stances of double-
Let us hope that the dealing and duplicity
endeavors and prince- in anuniberof private
ly outlay of Mr. Bean- transactions. HIS his
dry will be attended lory Is ohm eontiUOUS
with success, for none chapter of land-grab*
deserve il better than bing, by fair means
he. and foul, principally
foul.
The "Star" on Sabichi.
Our morning cotemporary having
espoused the cause of Mr. Sahichi,
proceeds to give him a coat or white
wash, as follows:
Mr. Kahiehi Is gaining strength. He and
his Mends point with perfect confidence to
his record as a ('ouucilinau and President of
ihe Council. He has invariably been found
voting on the side of the real interests
ofthe city, laboring to advance its real inter
ests.
This would read better and perhaps
be more effective had the Star always
held the same high opinion of Mr. S.v-
BlOHffl official acts, but unfortunately
for its present purpose time was, and
until very recently, when it could not
see such wonderful merit in the ring's
candidate for Mayor. In its issue of
.Inue 20th of last year, while comment
ing on the proceedings of the Council,
the Star uses this language:
There was one feature of yesterday's doing!
Which We cannot let slip. A lew weeks ago,
the renders ofthe Slur will remember, an or
dinance wus passed repealing an ordinance
requiring all municipal laws lo be published
lv a Spanish paper, if one were in existence
in Ihe city. That ordinance was passed with
Eieal unanimity, Mr. Beaudry alonoopposing
it. The .Spanish paper here made the most
out ofthe action and held up the names of the
gentlemen who voted for theordinanee to the
■ epreheosion of the Spanish speaking popu
lation. They were marked men, and the po
litical vengeance of our native California
voters was assiduously invoked against them.
Mr. S.Uiirin was a member of the
Council anVthat time and he was one
<>f tbe marked men. hut he is now
the candidate of the GtM and Water
Companies, selected with especial
reference to his qualifications for their
purpose and because it is hoped he
will catch tho California vote.
The "Express" Rebuked.
When it deprecates *ous*Jin§ llie
horn of detraction and letting My tlio
arrows of slander and villlflcation, lite
Star administers an unintentional, no
doubt, though merited rebuke to its
twin brother, tlio Express and indi
rectly warns il 11 wit its coarse personal
attack* on nnd false charges against
Mr. BlAi nitv are disgusting tlio peo
ple and weakening Hie cause it is paid
to Bup|H>rt. This is eminently true
Mi. BfiAl hk\ is an old and highly
respectable citizen of this city Mini
the villifieatioji of the Express, not
its foolish questions and slanderous
charge* will Injure him in a oommu
nlty where he is so well and favorably
known. We have besides shown from
(he Express 1 own columns that only a
few weeks ago il was loud in expres
sions of praise for Mr. BEAtTDBA and
filled columns in commendation of
his liberal public spirit and tireless
energy. There are none in this city
so ignorant as not to know that but
for the Influence of the Gas and Water
Company ring, the Express would
now, as it has in the past, regard Mr.
BEAUDRY as a worthy gentleman and
valuable citizen. All understand the
character and quality of the Induce
ment brought to bear on our evening
cotemporary to secure its services in
the disreputable business of giving
the lie to its own record by slandering
antl traducing a gentleman whose
only fault is that he regards the inter
ests of the whole people as paramount
to these of an oppressive, tyrannical
aud exacting ring. Occupying, as it
does, an unenviable and exceedingly
equivocal position, the Express cannot
affect the reputation of any one, and
especially of the gentleman on whose
head it is now pouring its billingsgate
vituperation. We foresaw early in
the campaign the style of argument
the Express would use against those
it was employed to oppose in the city
election contest, and we warned it
then that if it attempted the personal
abuse line, it might expect that inci
dents in its past history which it de
sired to keep hidden would see the
light. In compliance with that
warning, we have shown that
though a professionally Republican
paper accepting donations and contri
butions from the county committee of
that party it becomes the advocate of
a Democratic candidate with such in
decent haste as to excite suspicions
that it was not above betraying its
party and selling its Influence to the
highest bidder for cash. Jn answer to
its slanderous denunciation of Mr.
Bkavdkv we printed from its own
columns articles of a recent date prais
ing him as one of our most worthy
citizens, antl detailing the great ad
vantages which would certainly result
from the liberal expenditure of his
private means for the public good.
The vile slanders of the E-prens are
not Injuring Mr. Beat/dry, but (hey
are so many heavy blows on Mr.
Sauichi and we suspect that it is a
knowledge of this fact which prompts
the Sueur's rebuke of its twin brother,
and causes its warning of tlte evils
likely to result from too free use of
the "arrows of slander ami villitica
tion.
"La Cronica" and the Mayoralty.
We have paid some attention of late
to the course our Spanish cotemporary
has pursued in discussing the merits
of the three prominent candidates for
Mayor—Bkaudby, Tiffany and Sa
bichi. Of Mr. Tiffany it says:
" Mr. Tiffany, simply supported by
the Express, and for whose sake we
have been bored with a certain
amount of nonsense, probably tho
wanderings of a diseased imagina
tion, appears to be, in the opinion of
that journal, the only man with the
necessary qualifications for our next
Mayor.
Among other things, says that organ
of the 14th Inst., many who have
solicited titles for their lands from the
Council during the last three years
have been middle-men in favor of
others. The Express again deserves
the bad opinion we once formed of it,
as with that assertion it utters a de
liberate falsehood. Mr. Beaudry has
very little to do with the Land Com
mittee, of which Mr. de Cells is Pres
ident, and he is not to he bought as
easy as some newspapers."
Our Spanish colleague, in a series of
well written editorials which we do
not quote for want of space, ably crit
cises the pretensions of Mr. Frank P.
Sabichi to the suffrages of the voters
of Los Angeles. Among other things
La Croniea says:
" Mr. Sahichi lacks very much of
being the man who should occupy the
position of Mayor. In his capacity of
Councilman he has on several occa
sions voted directly against the inter
ests of the community, and at the
meeting the Council iast Thursday,
he cast his vote in favor of granting
more privileges to that grasping mo
nopoly, the Water Company."
" Mr. Sabichi is a progressive man,"
says our Spanish friend, "but not pro
gressive enough to sec that a monop
oly is antagonistic to the interests of
the people.
" For Mayor wo need a man whose
moral sense aud intelligence is above
contamination; we need a man who
can coolly calculate the interests of the
people, and at the same time vigor
ously oppose himself to all who may
oiler to benefit themselves at the pub
lic expense; and by his past conduct,
we and many more believe that Mr.
Sabichi does not posses this virtue,
nor even the force of character neces
sary to oppose himself to any fraudu
lent plan or to the inlluence brought
to bear on him by the ring."
As regards Mr. Beaudry, Za Cron
iea says:
"As Mayor he is ' the right man in
the right place.' Jlls public-spirited
liberality, his consistency In defend
ing the interests of the people; his
energy, character, means, capacity
and independence of action, constitute
him the best man, or the one most lit
to be elected Mayor of the city of l.os
Angeles."
Heal estate sales are reported lively
in t hico.
Latest Telegrams.
EASTERN.
A:« A mint mi> Ncnnliir l«» ttc«ii>ii.
('inc.wto, November IH li. A With*
Ingtou special says a letter from
Montgomery, Alabama, received hero
Saturday, lay* Judge. Gold)iiweitottbe
present Democratic Senator I'rom thai
State, contemplates resigning on ac
count of ill health, and thai the legis
lature, which meets on Monday, will
probably elect tieneral Mori.an as his
successor.
Horace Greeley's Grave.
New York, November loth, \
plain marble slab has been placed on
tiOcust Hill, in Greenwood 1 ('enietory,
to mark temporarily the grave of
Horace Qreoley. It bears the simple
inscription, "Horace Greeley, bom
February, 3d, lsll: died November
26th, 1872.
The fuse or BaManta Tke Prraldeati
Wash Ufa ton, November ICth. —
Tie President has directed a telegram
to be sent to the Governor of Texas re
questing him to delay the execution
of the death sentence on Santanta
until it can be satisfactorily ascertain
ed whether or not he violated his
parole, the President believing that
the weight of evidence, thus far, is in
Bantanta's favor.
The President received no visitors
to-day, being engaged iv disposing of
a quantity of routine business, and in
preparing for work on his message.
Nlnking or a lIMHStr,
Xr.w Orleans, November 17th.—
The lower coast packet Empire, Cant.
Jean Franc, sunk tit I o'clock this
morning, at the landing, loot of ('onto
street, where she arrived al half pas I
twelve o'clock,heavily laden with mo
lasses and sugar. Fourteen passengers
and many of the crew are believed Id
have been drowned. Five bodies have
been recovered, including that of the
Captain's daughter, aged seventeen
years. The Captain lost four children
but saved his wife and babe. One of
the saved passengers says he thinks
that the boat was over loaded and
parted In the center. A number of
the passengers left the steamer shortly
after she landed. The boat was valued
at 830,000 and had a very valuable
cargo.
Captain Jean Franc, of the Empire,
who lost four children by the disaster,
states that his boat did not .break in
the middle, and was not overloaded.
He cannot understand why it sunk,
it is supposed that the victims will
number about thirty-five. The bodies
found were Walter M. Frisbie, engi
neer, and two children. An attempt
will be made to raise more bodies to
morrow.
Tlic Government ami tlio Knilrotid.
Washington, November 17th.—The
deficiencies of the pacific railroads
having been supplied and the roads
being considered completed, the Pres
ident, on the recommendation of the
Secretary of the Interior, has direc ted
the revocation of the order of Secre
tary Cox, withholding patents for half
their land, and which will therefore
be released to those companies.
Arkansas Mutters.
Washington, November nth. —
Governor Garland telegraphed to-day
to the President, from Little Rock,
that he would resort to no force unless
compelled to. Everything is quiet.
Smith is not to bo found.
Mtenuicrs —Au Explosion.
Nkw York, November 17th. -The
Vaeco ile t,Jiiii4i nriiv, ,! mI IL.iiir ILin^r
November loth, from San Francisco,
via Yokohama.
The Constitution sailed from Pan
ama for San Francisco, on the night
of the sth instant. She was delayed
waiting for the passengers ofthe City
of Tokio.
The steam tug Tilly exploded her
boiler this afternoon, near the Gov
ernment works, killing five of her
crew and fatally injuring Captain
David A. Havens.
More of tue Arkansas .Huddle.
Little Rock, November 17. -A
bill was introduced in the Senate to
day and passed to a third reading au
thorizing the Government to offer a
reward of $1,000 for the apprehension
of the parties charged with the con
spiracy to overthrow the Government.
Nothing has yet been heard of Smith,
nor has there been any demonstration
in his behalf by anybody In any part
of Ihe State.
Judge Poland, of the Congressional
Investigating Committee, left for
Washington this evening. Ward, of
the same committee, remains here.
Is is reported that Judge Poland was
summoned to Washington by the At
torney-General.
Gov. Garland to-day received the
following dispatch from A. 13. Robin
ion, the colored Sheriff of Phillips
county, dated at Helena, November
17th:
"The dispatch from Little Rock,
stating that troops are being raised
here to support Smith, is false. Eve
rything is quiet."
Robinson was elected under the
new Constitution by the Republicans.
The President Has Maile up His .Mind.
Chicago, November 17.—The Times
Washington special says that the
President has made up his mind to
take a decided stand in favor of the re
sumption of specie payments in his
annual message. It is understood he
will recommend Congress to perfect
legislation for specie resumption and
favor specially some date several
years hence on which the Government
should resume. He does not suggest
a plan of his own, but believes legisla
tion can be devised by which Govern
ment can resume in 1371>.
FOREIGN.
A Mistake.
Paris, November 17.—La Libcriie
admits to-day that its announcement
that a compromise had been effected
between the Government of the Ar
gentina Republic and the Insurgents
was false.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Wheat WflU . Pontll oi « Musi*
eian—Nulc ol' tlio I.i. v l»roi»erty—
Mortally Wounded- Dividing Mir
JlullfJ.
San Fbanctsco, November 17th.—
Four wheat cargoes were cleared for
England yesterday. One of the ves
sels carried 10,0(10 barrel* of Hour for
Liverpool, the first shipment of the
kind this year.
The argument iv the case of the
Oerman bondholders against the Un
ion Pacific Railroad Company will be
heard in tiie U. S. District Court, Dec.
21st.
BigUOr Fulvlo Kigo, a well known
member of the musical profession,
died this morning at his residence on
Clay street from the elt'ectsof an over
dose of morphine, administered by
liimself, but not with suicidal intent,
Sales of the Lirk estate at auction
to-day aggregate 11,976,928. 0. Liver
more bought the Lick Mouse for $920,'
• tit), lint it is thouirht tho sale will not
l>e confirmed, as il > s worth more titan
Uiat aninunt. Il would sell for more
til private asle. The sale of the island
of Cntnllna was pnstponeJ for ■
nmnth,
Wm. T. Eusigu, conviotsd of bursj
lary, wasto-dav sentenced to (lie Slate
Prison for four years.
John Donahue, proprietor of the
Broadway Motel, while souffllng in a
tonlish way for (lie poßßSaslon of a nis
lol iii the liandsof James McFadaen,
received a shot In the body which may
prove Ratal.
Henry, one of the horses contesting
the great race on Saturday, has been
awarded the second money, $5,000,
liuxdwood take* $4,000. belna third;
Thad Slovens, the fourth, $8,000.
The Enterprise is hi receipt of oill
eial returns from nine of the fourteen
counties in the State, nanudy: Storey,
Ormsby, Lander, Eureka, Rumboldt,
fiSlko, Washoe, Lincoln aud Nye, in
these counties the majorities are as
follows: Bradley, 2,314; Adams, 1,521;
Woodburn, 005; Beatty, 1,1338: Kuril,
477; Btoknell, 222; Klttrell, 111; Mi
nor, 2,77.">; School!nc, S4"«; Mobart,
8,480j Day, 1,900; Kelly, 554; While
hill. 3104 VM - White Pine,
Douglas, Esmeralda and Churchill are
yet to be heard from officially, and
may dissipate the majorities of two or
three of tne candidates who are thus
far - in the lead.
NEW TO-DAY.
Notice to Smokers.
Having received a large stock Of cigars st ■
very low price, lain Willing to giVC The pub
lic tiie benefit of my bargain, hy selling Inert
\*jV "f liVl, at prices lower than any
house in this city. This is realty mi extra
chance, and no ouc should lose this oppor
tunity without being benefited by It. Come
at once to 1. GOLDSMITH'S,
Main St., next lo W. F. A Co.'s Kxpress.
The lutes! Illustrated Papers always on
hand.
A NKW WILCOX & tlll'.KS SP.WING Ma
chine for sale al 25 per cent, less than
cash price. Inquire at this Office,
novlfttf
]j* IJRNISIIKD ROOM, nt 62 Aliso streel,
j suitable for man ami wife, or two Gents.
Price, jltl per niotit h. novl'.i- It
ITIOR SALE.—A Frail and Grocery stand
1 lorsale, in a good local ion. Must sell on
account of departure. Prloe, about $400. Rent
low, ami room for family back Of store. In
quire nt this Office. novlti-i;
Castec Mining Company.
A LL Persons holdiug claims ngalnst this
iV Company, arc requested to present Ihe
same, to the Secretary Who will pnj them In
stauter. it. L. PEEL,
nnvlTtf Secretary.
~j. b7 WING, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
OFFICE -Room No. 15, Downey Block.
novlt>3in
Special Notice.
GOODALL, NELSON & PERKINS'
STEAMSHIP LINE.
»
Tho sailing of tlio Rteainslilp
W M. TABER,
For s.ui Francisco and way ports, is
1? O SS T I » O N E 1 >
UNTIL
FRIDAY. Nov. 20th. 1874.
Passengers will take the 10 o'clock train,
noviatd J. L. WARD, Agent,
<Ji;in«l It skills
—-FOR —
Four Elegant
SHELL-WORK FRAMES!
fTIHE FINEST HVKit OFFERED IS LOS
JL Angeles,toCOlUC Oil at the Salesroom of
Dewey, Kimball & Co.,
NEW U.S. HOTEL BUILDING.
These frames were constructed by n smith
American, and required months of skillful
labor. They make an
O It TS A. T*L 1«: IN T
For any household In the country.
ONE HUNDRED AND TEN TICKETS
WILL BE S' >LH,
At Three Dollars Each.
And the prizes will be awarded as ROOD h„
the sales are made,as follows:
THE HICHEST THROW TAKES
THE CHOICE OF FRAMES;
THE NEXT HICHEBT THE SECOND
CHOICE;
THE NEXT HICHEST THE THIRD
CHOICE; AND
THE LOWEST THE FOURTH
FRAME.
Tin ■so frames arc tke property of a Spanish
lady, who Is compelled to dispose oi them by
the force oi circumstances.
They will be milled, by request,
li v jr. a. miLii,
At the Salesroom of
DEWEY, KIMBALL & Co.
novlS lw
WM. FRIELS'
i» a p 4% a o rv
VAPOR STOVE BURNER!
Most Wonderful Invention of
the Age!
Having been appointed Agents for the sale
of tliis Wonderful stove, we are now prepared
to Introduce the same Lo the public. They
Will he found extremely useful for the follow
ing purpoeesi
Saloons,
Restaurants,
Boarding Houses,
Tailors,
Laundries,
Camping Excursions, &c.
Heating Offices and Rooms
One Stove Burner will heat a room fifteen
feel square, and make no smell. Requires no
Stovepipe nor chimney. Making m> smoke
nor ashes. Is readUyllgktwd, regulated and
extinguished,
All orders must bo accom
panied with Cash.
Foil sale only at
SWIGART & HUBER'S
No. I IO Main street.
MVHtf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
- 150 -
C lABEB
OF
Holiday Goods
Have Just Arrived at tho
DOLLAR STORE
— o IP —
DUNSMOOR BROS.,
Consisting of the most besntlAtl col lection of
Vases, Mantle,' Smoker and
Cologne Sets.
Writ i ntj 1 >esks,
Work Boxes,
Shell Boxes,
card and cigar cases.
Brackets,
Wall Pockets,
1 iat and t< >wel
Racks,
T OY ©
In on endless variety. Also, DOLLSof everj
kind, wiih children's
furniture" fSots, Ten Sels,
Wescns, VV lu'ellon-row*.
Carts, 1 taliy < 'iirrinyi'S,
Cm' rynlla.
GOLD and PLATED JEWELRY.
A good assortment of Ladies' and Gents'
Fall and Winter
FURNISHING GOODS,
And a full line of
Crockery, Glass Ware, Pocket and
Table Cutlery,
Constantly on hand. All of which wilt be
sold al as fow figure* as can POSSIBLY afford
io this city i On nccou nt of our 11 mi ted room,
we ndvise our friends to make t heir purchase
of Holiday goods previous to Christmas week.
In order to avoid thu HUSH at
NO. 102 MAIN STREET,
I IppoSltO I lie Court House.
thirty-eichts.
FIRE MANS' BALL!!
Net proceeds ol which are to bo devoted to
tlic purchase of a
FOUR-WHEELED HOSE CARRIAGE,
THANKSGIVING NIGHT,
November 26th.
RRCF.ITK i.\ r< i.M M ITTEE,
Charles B. Miles, i!, i!, Lips,
L. J. Sacrlslc, H, M. Mitchell,
lien. c. Truman.
FLOOR MANAGKKS.
3, Kuhrts, li. F. Marvi n,
Thomas At well, M. D. Mndigan,
Sidney Lacy.
l ickcts S3 Oil
Admitting gentleman and ladies.
Dancing to commence promptly nl 9o'clock.
novll td
OBAN! >
CLOSING OUT
xi. J 1 _tLi .
Messrs. NOYES & DURFEE.
AUCTIONEERS,
Will s;dl for ('ash, on
TUESDAY, the 24th of November
At the Warehouse of
•J. .J < > FN 13 H,
On fos Angeles St., No. 8 Arcadia Ulock.
The remainder of his large stock of
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Agricultural Implements,
AND
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, A. M.
Good 4 to be seen at the day of Auction I'rom
9 A- M. till sale commences.
novls-lw
TEMPLE STREET
BARBER SHOP,
SSistn oi'tlie I'our Llftllla.
DOYLE & SILVER
Have engaged another good Barber direct
from
And will hereafter
RUN THREE CHAIRS.
Xlmviiiy, - - Kid olm.
Halt* Cut tin<»-, - fStt <'tn.
- iiß <'i*i.
Give lis a call. uovHll
Well-Digging and Grading.
lAMI AM PttEPABKDTO on WELL-DIGGING
and grauhnt lo the mosl satisfactory man
ner aud on t tie shortest notice. Water guar
anteed for Wilcox Lifters of all dimensions.
UEFEKENCES.
By permission, I refer to Mr. Longstreet, Mr,
Ledyard. Mr. Heaton end Dr. Wbtaller.
THOMAS HAMILTON,
Al \. Ausbrand's,
nvl'tf Corner Sixl h und spring Sts.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
■'• M. ItALDWIN. (II AS. K. P.F\NI .
Real Estate and Money
BTftOrcErßL-V
THE FIRM OF
J. M. BALDWIN
Will negotiate Reel KslaM Miesand Monej
Loans, ;,( 7<j |.<g Downey Hkx'k, ground
■oor,
CTOR SALE. I*-.V UK IRACT on Han
s Pedro street. Price, ?>,1i.0.
FOR SALE. ACRES SPLENDID
land, Cash mi'u ... iiiipro\emcnls, jtl,
'AM. Lorn I lon, |WM iMltskie City, price, 160
per acre.
FOR SALE. CHOICE Lor on Spring
street, and one on Ah-o. Also, building
lo!s In various portions ofthe City.
FOR RENT ON SHARES A RE I 1
able man can lent Jtl .teles spiel din l> >l
tom lain!, receiving tWO-thlfils of crop.
FOR SALE. HOUSE WITH SEVEN
looms, linth rooms etc., complete. Lot
IJOx I tii feet. I ten riie/ Lime. Lemon, nml other
irres—Vines bearing -Ornngi tree* win neat
next season, i.ocatlon, phoTce.
FOR SALE. CHOICE DWELLINO,cen
i i.i Ily located, six rooms Willi bath loom.
Umnndsnnd trees in perfect comlltloii, Sold
With or Without Furniture, ami at it liargaln.
y<»> ,"t/\/k WILL PITRCIIASK ONE
Of >jf f V ** " Twenty -acic h i 111 town ol
Anaheim, wllh house-which cost -i.'titt. Lot
has on it :!tt() Walnut trees five y CUIs old, and
three acres in ulfalrn. Live fence enclosure.
FOR SALE- TWENTV-ACRK TRACT
adjSanlug city, 1,000 choice \ locs, bear
ing, and about foil orange threes. Willow
fei Price, |1,91U
FOR SALE.-I N Tills CITY, one I'Vaere
tract, niTly set In walnut iif*. H I lo
cality and will be sold at :i hurgniii.
FOR SALE. -RANCHO OF 150 ACRES
with two houses, well with thirty feel of
water. One half under fence. v!.OOti (I range,
Lime, Lemon, Walnut nml other trees. 80,.
000 Vines. Ample supply ol water for irri
gation. Title perfect.
£7 OR SALE. »o ACRES FA KM I Nt; hind
1 with dwelling house. Under cultivation
last year. Location, near Dnwue) City depot.
Water ditch runs through the tract. Price
HI.OOO.
FOR SALE. In vein's EXCELLENT
com or Tobacco land In Asusn Town-hip.
Price, SltO per acre.
Apply to
J. M. ItALDWIN,
Ground Floor, Downey Block.
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CHAMBERLIN
&
BANCROFT,
REAL ESTATE
BROKERS.
21 SPRING ST., - - LOS ANCELES,
Nearly opposite Postofllce ami t 'olirt House,
<tfi t^nn''""' 1 ' Beautiful property Inside
3>o, JUU v limits, I.; miles from Post
ollice—lo acres, choice and excellent land,
covered with fruit trees, many of thorn bear
ing, consisting of Orange, Lemon, Time, Cit
ron, Apple, Pear, Peach, Apprleot, Almond
and Walnut trees. Also, about 2.1M50 foreign
Grape vines bearing, uud a huge variety of
Flowers, Shrubbery Ac. (iood House of eight
rooms in good repair, Barn, Henhouse Ac.
Oood well of excellent watei. Also the stock
consisting of '2 horses, 'J cows, 2 hogs, chick
ens, wagon, harness, carts plows ami farming
tools Ac, Ac., Included. This is one ol the
most desirable places ill the markel,ami will
be sold at a bargain.
FOR SO ACRES GOOD LAND
(sand, loam soil i locaied within a tew rods
of Ihe Race Track. Splendid soil lor Ihe cul
ture of orange ami lime trees. ill
dt<10,«00 FOR •"»•"» ACRES SPLENDID soil
0 in cily limits, with lull water privileges.
A line chance for specula! on. The property
can be subdivided and sold lo great advan
tage. S3
yt*l.Soo FOR A BUILDING LOT ON Fort
tp near College, I'JOxllfi, l"i 7
C»S,noo FOR A WELL Improved Farm
tfp near Flotanee. Forty acres excellent
hind. Dwelling house, barn, com crib, well
and wind-mill, trees ,S c, Ac. Very cheap and
desirable properly. I7S
(jfel.aoO WILL buy a splendid building lot,
110x163, on Main si., nearOth, tit)
Si. in. For a building loton Pearl St., with
, iv a half block of the term)nil* ofthe
springs!. Railroad. Splendid neighborhood
a mi very ehea p. 177
S ll.OOO For a House and Lol within half a
, block of Pico House. 1J I
O*.ooo WILL BUY ONE OF THE Besl Im
«P proved suburban Farms in the markel, lo
cated miles from town, Magnificent new
dwelling, large barn ami other uut-buildlngs,
vineyard, fVull and shade trees, good well of
excellent water, and the whole farm ot lorly
eight acres under cultivation. Plenty of wa
ter tor ii rigalion, 112
vVT.OOO For a beautiful residence, half a mile
•P from Postofllce. Lot highly Improved-
House contains 11 looms, with all modern Im
provements, This Is one of tlic pretties! pri
vate residences in the market. i§j
d>*7>o For a splendid building 10l on Olive
•P street.
cMMMIO For a splendid suburban property of
•P It! acres, located ou Main Street, short dis
tance from Washington Gardens. Property
improved as follows: Neat Gothic House P.'
story Of 6 rooms! about 7o orange, lime ami
lemon, rtig, apple, pear anil oilier trees heal
ing, and a large number.set uul in orchard
1 ha! wi 11 bear iv lwooillu cc y ears; ornamen
tal shade trees, Hour garden <fte. Hen bouse
ami stable. Fine soil and plenty of water lor
i rrigation 4c. This is one of Ihe ti nest homes
offered for sale. The owner is compelled lo
leave the city to attend bis business elsewhere
aud will sell the above described properly at
the extreme low price ol $0,000. 130
AO5O For a'.j-acie lot on Orange sireet, ten
•p minutes walk from terminus of spriug Si.
Railroad. Plenty ol water lor irrigation ,tc.
Fine soil for the' cultivation of Ihe orange,
lemon and lime. 100
dtS.OOO Koran improved farm of O.itWacres,
'IT 1 located near Florence. 7ti
rhe.OOO For it farm of 40 acres, choice land
v highly Improved, orchard, vineyard Ac.,
Including sih) choice variety ol fruit trees.
Very flue properly. 70
d>4so For a levol lot on Charity street, near
•P seventh.
A 550 F.ira good lot adjoining the above,
V
, .:t, .oo For 21 acn s on Main streel, near.l.f-
V ferson, ou the line of the cily limits. Full
water privileges. Splendid, locution. lit;
CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT,
Real Estate Brokers,
21 SPRINCST.,
Nearly opposite Postollice and Court House.
H. RASTER,
CJ I X V
Fish and Poultry Market,
WHITE HOUSE, Los ANOELES st„
third door from the corner of < lommer-
Olal, A specially made of all kinds of Sun
Francisco
FRESH FISH
In their season. Also,
Poultry» TEZfgfgm, Buttei*,
Gaiii»<', INntH,
unci <Joiinti'3*
Produce,
Consignments of produce respect fully solic
ited.
All orders promptly tilled and goods deliv
ered free of charge in any pari of the city.
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OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS!
l would state to the public that i havoopen
ed an
OYSTER SALOON
in the basement Of the l'..S. Hotel building,
in connection with
KRUMDICK &. MELCHERT,
where I will serve
Eastern and Pacific Coast Oysters
In every style, day and ••veiling. Also, the
best KNGIJSH ALE and PORTER constant
ly on hand,
Oysters Receivod by every Steamer.
Give me a call and I will guarantee satis
faction.
GEO. J. SCHNORRENBERG,
In basement of U. H. Hotel buildin opposite
Wells. Fargo A Co.'s Express Ottlo*, Main St.
novlutf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ti « > r JT C>
•H
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30
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FOR CHEAP GOODS!
IH I Main MNMi
JOHN H. SEYMOUR,
Gencriil .MauiiiitT.
jyretf
THE LOS ANGELES
Poultry g|. Market!
126 & 128 Main Street,
Is the only place In (own where you can gel a
FULL FAMILY SUPPLY
— at the —
kuncDl i»icii nci nmo.
They keep constantly on hand
All the Delicacies of the Season,
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
POULTRY, AND
of every description.
Fresh Eggs and Butter
Received everyday From the country.
Vegetables, Fruits and Nuts,
CIGARS and TOBACCO.
Choioe Vo«j«»t ttl»l«'w!
Received by every steamer from Man Fran
cisco,
Also, a full supply of
Pickled Pigsfeet,
Wln'Op'K Toiljr/ll©,
Boloajrntk
Sniol.cd ICI- < -1 ('..iiyoc,
Swiss, Limberger, Holland, Cream, Eastern
and l'alifornla
C Jri jEP H.I S jEQ •
LAKE SUPERIOR
Whito Fish,
Pickled Salmon,
HOLLAND AND CALIFORNIA
Herrings,
Sardellen,
Anchovies,
Russian Sardines,
and Caviar.
ALDEN DRIED FRUITS!
JTVoHii Ci'nnhori'ie*),
And many more things 100 numerous to
mentiou.
Orders from the country I rade aro prompt ly
attended to at lowest wholesale prices,
t 'onslgnments of
PROD TT G E
Respectfully solicited.
Come and see our stock and convince your
selves.
E. GERMAIN & CO.
RROI'RI IPT< >liS.
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JUST RECEIVED
a. t r rn r: A(;ency,
No. ISO Ni>rlii|t' Htreet,
Jp I _A_ ]NT O
From Ihe celehrated factory of
DUNHAM & SONS,
VOUK.
Parties desirous of furnishing their parlors
with large finely finished cent t
PIANOS,
Would do well to call and see this Piano.
J. D. PATRICK,
Agenl for I.os Angeles.
KOHI.KR, CHASE £ CO.,
Agents, Son Francisco, uovl-lm
WOOLEN MILL STORE.
The proprietors of the Woolen Mill Store
otter a heavy Stock Of
Home JNI un it fitct tiro,
together with tine Englhh and French wool
ens, at
VEK-V' LOW PRICKK.
In our Metchant Tailoring department, we
have ii first class cutter, and will make units
to order at from til) to »7U. A good tit guaran
teed. Farmers and others who deatro it can
b, ava suits out uud trimmed to lie nuuie «t
home,
PFEIFFISN H X Ho ER A HfiIAUKK. *
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Los Nietos Mills,
D.C.Wilson, Proprietor.
FINEST QUALITY of CORN MEAL
ALWAYS ON lIANII IN SUFFICIENT
quantity tosypply the market.
Ground Feed a Specialty.
aii orders from customers promptly filled.
This mill has recently been related, und has
sutheieul capacity to grind
8,000 POUNDS OF CORN PER DAY.
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