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TUESDAY NOV. M, tt?4, The Express printa the Star's inter view of Bern a hp, in which that in dividual admits that ho did not own a lot though he afterward sold it twice. This ought to make Bern ard almost the equal for honesty and veracity of the Wi|»e*i, which turned traitor to the party that made it and sold itself to the opponents of that party; and which, aftef admitting a man to be a good and useful citizen,for pay, agreed to and actually tried to blacken that man's character. BERNARD ami the Express; the Express and Bernard. Like and like. Such a paper with such a witness can prove anything ex cept that he is a truthful man audit an honest journal. Would Not be Satisfied. From the Placer Herald we learn that ait old resident of Auburn having heard and read a great deal about the soil and climate of Loa Angeles valley, visited this part of thoStatc; but after remaining in this valley a short time, he returned to Auburn, where, ac cording to the HcrnM, lie told the fol lowing story: The land down there, he nays, only In cer tain tracts Is desirable, and that Is held at soch exorbitant prices that it requires a for tune to get a foothold. The country is largely owned by land speculators, who are spending thousands of dollars annu ally lv advertising the county, in order to at tract purchasers for their land. Of course, they must get their money buck, and. the man in search of a home must pay the price of advertising nnd two prices for his land, ius the cost of being deluded. It is because that country has been advertised so extensively that mostol'the immigrants daily arriving in California go directly there. Strange that the gentleman should find the good land only in certain tracts, and still more strange that it should require a fortune to get a foot hold. He is sadly, perhaps wilfully, mistaken as to our land being held by speculators, and all the newspapers published in Los Angeles will testify as to the mistake about thousands of dollars being spent for advertising the country. We don't get the money, but we do tell the truth about our valley, aud Auburn man is the only visitor not willing to testify to the fact. The Years of Peter. For more than a thousand years it passed from mouth to mouth as a tra dition that the first Pope of Rome held the post |for twenty-live years and that no successor of his would oc cupy it ho long a time. In the early days sprang the saying and belief that if any Pope should live to complete a quarter of a century the church would fall. Various Pontiff almost reached the fatal term, but died just before its expiration. These circumstances strengthened the belief iv the truth of the tradition. In the beginning of tbe present century Pious VIT, who was qulto a saint and almost a martyr be cause of Napoleon's persecutions, filled the office for nearly twenty-four years, beloved and revered by all tbe church, yet there was an immense ap prehension that if lie reached the mys tic "year sof Peter"not only the papa cy of Rome but Rome itself would per ish' but he died just in time and re lieved tho apprehensions of the super stitions. Pious the IX, however, has passed over the mystic "years of Peter." Will the sudden end of tho temporal power of the Pope be consid ered as fulfilling the ancient prophesy? "That Big Grab." We promised tbe Express a ventila tion of its "Another Big Grab," and will now proceed to redeem that promise, premising at the outset that before we are through we shall pro duce facts to allow that in place of Mr. Beaudry it was some of the ring in whose employ the Express is now la boring so zealously, who gobbled up the tract of land in question. On May Bth, 1868, Mr. T. A. Sanchez pur chased at auction what is known as the Abila tract, but did not secure his deed until March 30th, 18G0. In the course of time, the city sold to other parties 21 lots of Mr. Sanchez's property. He experienced some diffi culty in obtaining pay for tins prop erty, and tbe Express intimates that payment was only made through bringing to bear a powerful influence on certain members of the Council; but when it is known to whom Mr. Sanchez deeded a portion of the land he then received immediately after obtaining a title to it, and to that is added the general supposition that it was due to the disinterested influence of those gentlemen ou the Council that Mr. Sanchez was enabled to ob tain what rightfully belonged to him, we think it will be conceded that the Express has found the back of the sword sharper than its edge, and in drawing back to strike Mr. Beaudry it has severely wounded one or two of its employers. Mr. Sanchez obtained a deed for fourteen acres of tbe hill land about the Jewish Cemetery cafton ou the 14th of November, 1870, and on the 16th of Novem ber, 1870 — two days after —he deeded to M. Coroner and Y. Sepulveda a one - fourth in terest, and on the same day he deeded 8. 11. Mott, Ti W. Hellman and David Weikenbero a one-half inter est lv tbe tract granted him by the city. In tbe proceedings of the Coun cil for November 10th, 1870 when the petition of Sanchez for payment for the 21 lots sold was reported to the Council from the committee to which it had been referred, one member of the committee said it was an extraor dinary proceeding as be was a member of the commit too and had never seen the petition, nor did he know any thing about the report granting the deed to Sanchez. Two other mem bers of the Council also said it was ex traordinary and when it came to a vote Morris, Yejar, Woki i:mu:i:o and Mart ink/, voted in the nftlrtiia tive. Toiikkman, Kino, Casweu. and fIoEDER did not volte. Those are the names of the Couucilnien and J. H. Turner was Mayor. From this it will be seen that Mr. BEAUDRY was not a member of the Council nor does his name appear among those to whom Mr. Sanchez deeded the land given him by Ihe city, or rather by the four Councilmen named above in place of the -1 lots sold out of his land. If there was "Another Big Crab" iv this transaction, some of the Express backers and not Mr. BEAUDRY were the Individuals who did the grabbing. Just who they were and how the grab bing was done we will state if the organ is not satisfied with wbal we have already given. That Reservoir Scheme. The property-ownew on (he slope and along the base of Fort Hit] are alive to the danger to wh|yli they will be exposed and Ihe damage they will stistuin from the building of a reser voir on the apex of that elevation, and they are already beginning to express their determination to hold the oily responsible for whatever loss they may incur through the carrying out of the scheme the Water Company now have before the Council. Tf the proposed reservoir is built it will certainly prove very damaging to a large amount of property, and as the de cisions of the Supreme Court have al ready rendered null and void the ex clusive franchise granted tho Water Company by the city some time ago, all damage that may result to private property through an attempt to carry out the now illegal condi tions of that contract or to carry out like conditions of the contract or priv ilege now sought to be obtained from the Council, Will be recoverable from the city, thus imposing a heavy ex pense on the tax-payers besides deteri orating the value of a broad extent of now valuable city property. From the Pico Housooilmost to the summit of Fort Hill people will retire to rest with the fear that tho vast body of water above them will break away and carry them into eternity without a moment's warning as were the vic tims of the reservoir tragedy in Mass achusetts a short time ago. A strong effort will be made at the session of the Council on Friday next to secure a majority in favor of the Water Com pany, and to prevent the consumma- tionofan act which will inevitably involve much trouble, litigation and such a heavy expense, the people" should take immediate and decisive The Rebuke of the Slanderers. Since the exposure of the Bernard slander against Mr. Beaudry and the presentation of the most conclusive proof that its authors and dissemina tors not uiily knew of tbe Unfounded character of the malicious charges they were circulating, but positively refused to publish the evidence estab lishing the complete innocence of Mr. Beaudry of all unlawful or dishonor able complicity in the matter, the ring appears to be utterly confounded. Tbe high-handed attempt to brand a worthy citizen with the commission of a criminal act for tbe purpose of injuring him in the estimation of bis fellowmen, and thereby enabling the ring to place tbe control of our munic ipal affair In tbe hands of their crea tures, has met that rebuke which ex posed villainy should ever receive at the hands of an intelligent and hon est community. The sword of justice has reached even farther. It has struck down the base slanderers and placed them iv such a condition that, though they may still cherish and maintain the disposition to continue their nefarious practice of ejecting the slanderous poison, it will fall far short of its destined mark and hurt no one except those from whom it emanates. Tbe convicted slanderer is a fangless serpent. Mr. Beaudry stands to-day as well in the estimation of those with whom be has lived for nearly a quarter of a century as he did erst while, when those who are now de nouncing him us a criminal were wont to sing pieans to bis praise and laud him as one of our most liberal and public spirited citizens, ami bis major ity for Mayor will be increased by tbe votes of the many who, while be may not have been their first choice, will now support him through a convic tion that the man against whom the ring will go to such extremes must be tbe truest and best man to stand be tween the people and the ring. To the Germans. Rev. W. BE, Hill, Rev. D. T. Pack ard and Rev. Dr. juris A. F. White desire me to extend a hearty invita tion to the Germans of this place to unite in tbe religious services that are to be held on Thanksgiving Hay in the Congregational Church at 11 o'clock a. m. and in the Episcopal Church at 10:30 a. m. I earnestly hope that this iuvitation will be very generally responded to. Gustav BOIieilAKl), German Lutheran Pastor. Rain and Snow. Calistooa, November 13th. —It commenced raining last night at 9 o'clock, and continued for three hours. This morning St. Helena Mountain ia covered with snow—the iirst of the season. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. The Mexlrnn Conjrrcsa. Nrw Vokk, November22(l. A dis patch from Mntumoras of November 20th, says that tbe Mexican Congress has decided' the constitution of a Sen ate to lie composed Of two Senators from each State and Federal District of tho Republic. r:nrlli<|iii«kc» in Mexico. New Orleans, November 22d. The steamer Cuba arrived to-day from Vera Cruz. She brings news of earth* quakes there. On the 13th Instant there were shocks, each lasting thirty seconds. Several houses were destroy" cd. Great consternation prevailed, but no lives were Inst; shocks were felt along the entire Mexican coast. Postal Outlines. Washington, November 22d.—The following postal changes have been or dered for the Pacific ('oast: A post offlco established a! Sulphur Creek, Colusa county, Martin X. Black, Post master. Postmasters appointed: Ceo. Allen, at Allen Springs, Lake county, Cal.; K. S. Thomas, at Burnt Rancho, Trinity county; Mrs. Annie K. Jen? niugs, at St. Thomas, Lincoln county, Nevada; S. R. Stanley, at Seaside House, Oregon. The Pacllic Mail nnd tho Railroads. New York, November 21st.--The Pacific Mail Company has begun an action against the Union Pacific Rail road Company for $100,000 damages for alleged breach of contract. The two companies made a stipulation that one company should not adopt a rate of freight below the other and that the Union Pacific should send so much freight per month over the Pa cific Mail Company's line, where ships were to be In readiness to take it. The Pacific Mail Company allege that it has abided by the agreement, but that the Union Pacific has failed to fulfil its contract. There was a clause In the agreement providing that each should be eutitled to dissolve the con tract upon thirty days notice. The Pacific Mail Company gave notice and the Union Pacific refused to come to an account, although it is alleged that it was debtor to the former company. Hence the suit. To-day an order was obtained in the Supreme Court to show cause why defendant should not furnish a bill of" particulars. The Ocnnaii tioveriimeiil mid ihe Catholics. New York, November 21st. —A Eu ropean correspondence states that in a reply to the address of sympathy from the Catholic Congress at Bologne the Prince Archbishop of Breslau said a short time ago that the Uermad Ec clesiastical laws have been purposely framed to destroy the divine institu tions of the church and to subject the priests to the arbitrary rule of a non- Catholic Government, in order that in the end they might be driven from the country. The German Government has decided to prosecute the Breslau Schlesische Volka Zcitung, which cop ied the Bishop's letter from an Italian paper. The Archbishop, who is both an Austrian and a Prussian prelate, lias so far been left undisturbed. FOREIGN. About Uiiiherd. Montreal, November22(l. —A Lon don cable dispatch says that an appeal to the Courts in the case of Ouibcrd, M-fiOfJo pomrtinw wore* rei'o«o<i interment in consecrate!l ground, because he be longed to a society whose members were excommunicated, lias been de cided, and the remains are ordered to be intered in holy ground. From Over the \Vliter. ROME, November 22d. —A heavy gale has prevailed in the Mediterra nean, and several large vessels are ashore. One American vessel is a to tal wreck. All but three on board were lost. DoCßLiN,November 22d.—The Pope has written to Cardinal Cullcn thank ing him and the rrisli Bishops for their condemnation of the address by Tyn dall, at Belfast, declaring that nothing is to be dreaded so much as tbe spir itual pirates whose trade is to despoil tbe souls of men. SAN FRANCISCO. NteunierN The Weather—fluid Lump Accident. San Francisco, November 23d.— Connolly, the mat! Who was stubbed by Lynch last night at the Mission Uolores, died this afternoon. Tbe man who stabbed him is in jail charged with tbe crime of murder. The storm continues unabated) and extends all down tho coast. San Francisco, November 22d.— The Pacific Mull steamer Constitution arrived this morning with 021 passen gers. There have slight showers fallen during the day, and to-night it is cloudy, with a prospect of some more rain. A lady living on O'Farrell street while trying to light a coal oil lamp this evening, accidentally ignited the lluid and an explosion was the conse quence. She caught her little child in her arms and ran into the street. Both were badly burned. Their names could not be learned. San Francisco, November 23d.— Tbe steamer Win. Taber arrived to day. A very heavy rain has fallen since midnight. It still continues. Tbe barometer is low down. Tho wind blew a gale all nignt, but no serious damage is reported from the shipping in the Harbor. Tho wind is still strong from the Southeast. Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Tressury Box Robbed. Redoing, Cal., November 22(1.— The amount taken from Wells, Fargo & Co.'s treasure box last night was $2,300. The robbers will undoubtedly be taken soon, as Sheriff Hall has a strong posse of men out, and the latest reports from them is favorable. Closed Out. Salt Lake, November 17th.— Tbe retail grocery departments of Zion's Co-operative Mercantile Institution,of this city, were closed to-day, and lias been sold out to private individuals, the dry-goods and produce retail de partments were sold out not long since and passed into private hands. The Gersbach Murder Trial. Martinez, November 18th.—Iu the Mary Gersbach (vise to-day, 137 jurors were examined, live were challenged and all the rest excused for having formed an opinion. A special venire of 200 more, returnable to-morrow,was ordered. BORN. HAMILTON —Di this city, November 20lh, to the wife of A. N. Hamilton, a daughter. DIED. WILKINSON- Drowned al sea onMarnlgM of ThufUnny, November ."ith, Cajitji.u Fred. Wilkinson. Truly we know not when Ihe Son of Man Cometh. Again death, the Inevitable visitor, has stilled forever the heart-lhrohs of one whom we bad learned to love; hut we mu-l notmurmui: God hath given, and sIihII he not fske to himself Ids own? Other sorrow s time Ban efface, but when dear friends ate taken from our midst our heart! refuse to be comforted. Did not Jesus weep at Ihe grave etlsuMrasf Nike the lightning's Rash, whloh glveS to thu beholder a Ice ling of awe, so cuine to us the *aJ intelligence that our friend had crossed the river to the unknown shore from whence there is no returning. The magic fin gers of (line had traced upon his brow only a few faint lines and scattered among his ilark locks n few while hairs. Though cut off in the prime of life, his woik on earth was fin ished :il Ihfl moment when lie was hurled from the deck of the vessel into the lap id" ocean. The waves parted to clasp him In their cold embrace, and they will faithfully keep their trust till the sea shall give bp hot dead. We who w ere his friends are nol permuted to drop a tear upon the grave wheio our loved one lies sleeping. He fell darkly,al the midnight hour; not n prayer or iiiucrtil anthem was chanted over his gravo and not one flower Is blooming above It. But. God knoweth best. The ever-changing waves shall roll unceas ingly above him till time shall ho nomine Captain Wilkinson was loved aud respected by those who knew him. He was a noble, generous-hearted man, a faithful friend and a kind, loving husband and father. Ho leaves a sorrowing widow and three children. May Christ Ihe comforter be them lv this their great affliction and teach t hem to say, '•Thy will, not mine, bo done." Sleep on, nohlo heart I Undisturbed shall he thy slum ber, TIIOU wilt Dot he forgotten; the place which thou wert wont to III! can be occupied by mi other. Thou wilt never more be with us on earth; so farewell dour friend, and God grant that ere long we may meet in that house nol made with hands, eternal In the Heavens. NEW TO-DAY. The Orizaba has Arrived And brought a certain brand of cigars, the finest ever produced in this city, which I am able to sell at 25 cts. each, or five tor SI; also, other bands at different prices. The eases nisi> cimtain a new assortmentoT meerschaum arid briar plples at moderate prices. .lust. call at L GOLDSMITH, Main St., next to W. K. Jt Co.'s Express. The latest Illustrated Papers til ways on hand. Mass Meeting! Mass Meeting!! There win be a GRAND RALLY AND MASS MEETING Of tho Citizens of Dos AngeleS, who are op posed lo Kings, Cliques, and Corrupt Com hi - nni ions, andln favor of Reform, for the pur pose of nominating a PEOPLE'S REFORM TICKET- The meeting will be held at STEARNS' HyVLI. At Bo'clock P. M., Tuesday, November 24th, 1874. novM-U MANY CITIZENS. The Benevolent Trotting Contest For the purchase ofo Clock for the High School house tower, will come otl'on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26. Entries must be made lo 1!. ('. Truman, on MONDAY, November 83d, and no entries will bo received after 7 O'clock P. M., on I hat day. Tickets can be had by applying at Fanners and Merchants Hank. Many of our best Ladies have Volunteered to sidl tickets, and It is ardently hoped all will turn out and make this ihing a complete success. novil Notice to the Public. WE HAVE THIS DAY disposed of our Book and stationery Business lo Mr. Louis Lcwln. He will carry on business at the same place, and we solicit lor him a con tinuance of tho liberal patronage hitherto he stowed upon us. RItODUICIC A CO. Los Angeles, Nov. lfi, 1874. I intend to devote my at tention exclusively to the business of Flreand Marine insurance, and until January Ist, 1X75, my olllce will be at the old store. W. J. HRoDKICK. Referring to tbe above, I beg loavo to inform you thai I am making additions lo my sUick of lionks, Stationery and Musical Instruments and am now receiving a splendid assortment. I shall endeavor to merit a share of your pa tronage by close application <o business. uovM-lw LOUIS LEWTN. Meeting of Stockholders. COOPERATIVE NURSERY AND FRUIT Company or Los Angeles County—Princi pal place of business, Los Angeles, Cal, No tice is hereby given, that pursuant to a request Of a majority of the stockholders of said Com pany, a special meeting of stockholders will be held al the Secretary's olllce, No. 11 Tem ple Block, Los Angeles, on Tuesday, Dec. Bth, 1874, At 10 o'clock A. M., for tho purpose of amend ing the By-Laws, and Iransacting such other business as may come before the mcd in;;. T. A. GARY. Los Angeles, Nov. 2td, KM. President. Mtd BACKMAN HOUSE. NEW, COMPLETE AND ELEGANT. MRS. BACKMAN s [TAH LEASED THK ENTIRE SECOND XZL aud siiti o stories sf tbe Perry a Riley Uloek, Nos. 00,18 and 10, Main street, and will there conduct a first-class tumily boarding house. THE SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS Are unsurpassed in tiie city—well ventilated, newly furnished, supplied with spring mat trassus aud in uvcry way complete. FAMILIES AND SINGLE GENTLEMEN Supplied with Hie best accommodatinns lv board and lodgiug. DAY HOAItDKUH Tukcn at the usual rales. rrilK TAIILK Provided with tlio best the market affords. Thetraveling public and others will here' Hud all the comforts of a home. nv22 tf fcPT M. S. S. CO" THE STEAM Ell CARRYING Combustible and other Freight, Will leave Han Krnncisco for San Pedro nnd way ports, Wednesday, November 25th. DOVtZM H. MrLKI.LAN, Agent. NEW ADVERTISEMKNTS. THEY HAVE COME !!! 9 THOROUGHBRED SHORT HORN DURHAM BULLS, From Kentucky being v part of our Iftth iMi'on'rA/rroTN. These Ball* ure American Heal nook ani mals, pedigrees of which we have from the breeders In Kentucky, which show them lo he closely related to animals which have sold for fabulous prices. 15 IT I , !-i arc at the stables of Messrs. Motzkor& Ferguson AND ARE ion : l'art Credit given if desirad. UOLLIN P. SAKE, Oflhe Saxes, Importers ol thorough bred stock. IfOVSStf A RESOLUTIO N Of the Common Coi'iicll of the ) i< > of l.oi Aiiscclcs fo Provide lor the Holding; of a tJencriil .Municipal ■election i» -ni l < ii.-. on December 7th. MH< BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMON Council Of the City Of Dos AngelCS, as fol lows: That a Oeneral Municipal Election ba held by the qunlilled-volors orsaid city oil the tlrifl Monday In December. A. D. 1874, the same be ing the 7th day of said month, for the follow ing otlicers, to-wil: One Mayor, one City Marshal, one OH) At torney, one City Treasurer, one ('ily Assessor, four mem hers of the Coiniiiini Council to rep resent the First Ward of said city, four mem bers of the Common Council to represent the Second Ward of said city, four members ol the Common Council to represent the Third Ward of said city, and two mem bets of the Board of Education of said city, to nil vacan cies therein caused by the expiration of the terms in olllce of William J'ridham and (lenrgo li. Smith. The polling places shall be as follows: Kor the Firs! Ward, at the house of Thorn ton P. Campbell, in said Ward. For Ihe Second Ward, at the looms of the Common Council, In said Ward. For the Third Ward, at the house known as the Round House, on Main street, in said Ward. The following named persona, residents of the respective Wards, are hereby appointed US officers to hOld and conduct tnC said elec tion, to-wil: First Ward—lnspector,t iscar Macey; Judges of Election, George Waters and Juan Toro. Second Ward — Inspector, Wm. McKcc; Judge sot Election, C. Cabot and James 11. Ka-stou. Third Ward -TnspoctorJ"Wm. HT. Deanlson; Judges of Blection, Louis R. MarlineE and 8. B. Cox. .Suction 2. Tin' Clerk of the Common Coun cil shall certify ly the passage of this resolu tion and ctiu.se the same to be entered in full upon the minutes of i his Board and to bo pub lished for ten days in English in tho I.os An geles DAtr.Y HBBAZ.D and tor ten days In Spanish in Xa (Vonfrxt, newspapers published Id said city. Officio ok Tin: Ci.mtK ) OPneaCoMKon Council \ SS. Of the City of Loa Amgki.rs.J I hereby certify the foregoing Id be a full, true and correct copy of the original resolu tion adopted by the Common Council of the City Of LOS AngeleS at its session held on the 31th day ot November, A. D. IS7I, providing for tho hold Ingot a General Municipal Election In said City on the 71 h day of 1 leccmher, IST I. Tills done the 20111 Oay or November, a. i>. IK7I. .M. KRE M ER, Clerk of Common Council nv32lot Dos Angeles City. WfO'I^IO'ES.' 1 ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That li. Batlorlno will apply to the Common Council al its session of Nov, 301*1), 1574, for a Doedtothe lot described as fol lows: Being situated on Negro alley, and bounded on Ihe West by Negro ally; South by the lot formerly owned by John G. Dow ney: Bast by Alameda streel, and North by the lot of S. Hrihcs. Any one objecting to I lie granting of said t^uit-Claim Deed, must pre sent their objection, if any lliey have, a! least oue day prior to the said meeting of the Com mon Council. M. Kit EMEU, Clerk of UtC Common Council. nov22tdf NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Common Council will receive bids nt their session of November "27th, is"-), for the grading of Main, Commercial, Alameda, spring and Temple sis., excepting from sold bid Ihe frontage of the cily's land On Temple streel, and also excepting from said bid the parlies who have signilied their willingness lo grade ill front of their premises on cither of the above mentioned streets at I he] r own cos I und expense. M. KKEMKR, uv22tdg-—Clerk ol the Com. Council. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN Southern California. NOYES & DURFEE, Corner Tempie Block and Spring St. SALE DAYS: Wednesday and Saturday. Special sates made in any pari oftheCily or County. We iilko buy all kinds of Properly tor CANII!!! Orders for (icntlemen's Light Driving Hors on, Work aud Saddle Horses, promptly ailed, and titles to all Horses sold public or private. guaranteed purfect, Is. W. Noyes, nov.'ltf C.. A. DURI-'KK. CALIFORNIA Farmtu's" jVTiitiifil Insurance Association. INCORPORATED UNDER THE AUS Pl ccs of The State Grange, Kor the purpose of securing CHEAP IN SHRANCE for tho FARMERS Of CALIFORNIA. Eor further Information apply to J. Q. A. STAN L.IGV, No. .11, Temple lllorli, Who is the Agent for Los Angeles County. uov2l-lm Bee Ranch For Sale. FOR SALE.—One of the best and most con veniently located Reo Ranches in the county, well stocked and provided with all necessary bulldiugs. Apply at Ihisomcc. novlMtf TO LET.—Two furnished Rooms, double or single, suitable lor gentleman or a fam ily. Apply tit No. 2 Reaudry Terrace. noySMt* Castec Mining Company. ALL Persons holding claims against this Company, ure requested to present the same lo Ihe Secretary who Will pay them in atanter. 11. L. PKKL, novHtf Secretary. ANEW WILCOX A GIBBSBXWINO Ma chine for sale at par cent, loss Hutu cash price, inquire at this Onlco. novldtf EOR SALE.—A Fruit nnd Grocery .stand lorsalo, In a good location. Must sell on account of departure. Price, about $4<)U. Rent low, und iooui for family back of store, in quiro ut this Office. B«v 19-41 NEW AOVERTISEMENTS. - MLp — - ■am y M ■■Pun (JASKS OF Holiday Goods Have Just Arrived at tho DOLLAR STORE O If — DUNSMOOR BROS., Consisting of the most beautiful collection of Vases, Mantle, Smoker and Cologne Skis. Writi Nt; 1 )i:sks, Work Boxes, Shell Boxes, card and cigar cases. Brackets, Wall Pockets, I lat and Towr.i. Racks, - AND TO V S In an endless variety. Also, DOLLS of every kind, Willi children's D'n en i I iivo ?Solk, Ten S«'ln, Wagons; W iieelbarroWM, C-nrts«, H:ihy OttTidasne, Currytills, GOLD and PLATED JEWELRY. A good assortment or Ladies' and Gen's' Fall and Winter FURNISHING GOODS, And a full line „f Crockery, Glass Ware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Constantly on hand. All of which will he sold at as low figures us can I'oHSIRI.Y afford iv tills city. On account of our limited room, WC ad vise our friends to make their purchase of II olid ay goods pre v iocs to C'hristuius W4<|k, in order lo avoid the RUSH at NO. 102 MAIN STREET, (Ipposite the Court House. ~TH!RTY-EICHTS. FIREMANS' BALL!! Not proceeds (si which are lo bo do voted to the purchase of a FOUR-WHEELED HOSE CARRIAGE, THANKSGIVING NIGHT, November 26th. At TURNVEREIN HALL. RECEPTION COM MITTEE. CluvrlCl E, Miles, C, C. Lips, L. 3. Sacrivtc, 11. M. Mi'chell, Ben. C. Truman, FLOOR MANAGERS. J. Kuhrls, B. F. Marxen, TI iii» MwdO, M. D. Miidigan, Sidney Lacy. Tick«<t« gsj oo Admitting gentleman und ladies. Dancing lo commence promptly at v o'clock, novll-lil <i ss yV. r\' i > CLOSING-OUT s -A.. iHj _c . Messrs. NOYES & DURFEE, AUCTIONEERS, Will sell for cash, on TUESDAY, the 24th of November AI Hie Warehouse of •B. il <>TV B t^i. On Los Angclus St., No. 8 Arcadia Block, The remainder orlrM huge stock of Groceries, Dry Goods, if ; Agricultural Implements, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, A. M. Gooilh to ho seen at the day of Auction from 9 A- M. tilt sale commences. novlB-lw TEMPLE STREET BARBER SHOP, SSiaii ot'tlie? Four T,it>'lita. DOYLE & SILVER Have engaged another good Harbcr direct from KaCW YORE CITY, And will hereafter RUN THREE CHAIRS. Slinviiiar, - - ?>r» «'tm. I Isiii- Oul tiiUJT, - V»r» <•(»*. !*■>liii iii i»<><>ii i ii «►-, - T *iT» *'t ». Glvo us a call. novlltf Well-Digging and Grading. lAMI AM PREPARED TO DO wf.ll-digging and grading In the most satisfactory man ner aud on the shortest notice. Water guar anteed lor Wilcox Lifters of all dimensions. HEFERENCHN. By permission, I refer to Mr. Longstrcol Mr Lcdyurd. M r. Ituaton und Dr. Whistler. 'I'llom as HAMILTON, At A. Ausbraud'H, nvl7lf Corner filxth and spring His. REAL ESTATE BROKERS. .). M. BALDWIN, oiias. F„ reanp. Real Estate and Money BROKERS. THE MRNI OF J. M. BALDWIN Will negotiate Heal Estate silnsaud Ml •lie V I..uin-, nl t!i 1-12 Downey lllock, ground floor. FOR SALE. \ LIMITED NUMBER nf 11in<■ in n mining pioperty. In Los «n -gi'h'M Mtiiiity. NIocR it tmssessfibl". No debts due by the Cclonany. I'mii Ml In only n por lion Of sb-ek held. A ran* chance for an iu vstineni win prospect of ring return*. FOR SALE. «- v«'l;k IKACT <vi Hunt Pedro slrerl. Price, j",31J0. 1 COR SALE. ACRES SPLENDIDI r land. cash valhouf Improvements, $l.« 1 '.DM. Locution, lusl outside Oily. Price. Jul per Here, I FOR SALE. - ( Hoick LOT on Spring I si reel, and one on At MO, Also, building I lols in various portions of IhoCily. • I FOR RENT ON SHARES A UHLL f aide man can rent 7n acres splendid hot lom land, receiving lwo-l Itlrus ofcrop. FOR SALE. HOUSE WITH SEVEN rooms, Iml h rooms etc., complete, l,ot UttltK feel. Ileal lug Lime, Lemon, and ol her Irees— Vines beuring -orange trees will heat nest season. Locution, choice. FOR SALE. -CHOICE DWELLING, <•..,,- I rurry located. Sis rooms with hath room. Grounds and tit cs In perfect condition. Sold with or without Furniture, and at a bargaiu. Q*> pr/W1 will PURCHASE urn: Twenty-aCro lot in town of Anaheim, with house which cost 11,8011, Lol has on il Mi Walnut trios live years oh I. and three acres In alfalfa. Live CcilOOenclosure, FOR SALE—TWF.NTY-AORF, TRACT adjoining city. I .ISM) choice vines, hear ing, and about 100 orange Ihrecs. Willow fence. I'rice. 11,900, F"OR SALE. IN TlllsciTV, one IVuorC Irticl. ftilly set in walnut trees, Oood lo cality and will he sold ala lull tain. For sale. Rancho of 1 i»o acres with tuohouses, well wflh thirl) lector water. One half under fence. 3,000 Orange, I,hoe. Lemon, Walnul and other tree-, yiu.. OOU Vine*. Amppl Supply of water lor Irrl gal ion. Til Ie perfect. FOR SALE, ao ACRES FARM INo land Willi dwelling house. Cnder cultivation las! year. Local ion, near Downey City depot. W'afcT dilcii runs ill rough Ihe tract. Price, MI.OOO. FOR SALE. - •«> ACRKH EXCELLENT | corn or Tobacco land in Asusa Township. I'rice, tttlo per acre. Apply to I J. M. BALDWIN, (Dotind Floor, Downcv Block. n nciaur CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 21 SPRINCST., - - LOS ANCELES, Nearly opposite Podolllce ami ('ourl House, <tR Rflfl h ' i " la Heautiiui property inside CT>U, JUU , limits, 1% miles from Post ofllce—lo acres, choice and excellent, hind, covered wiih fruit I rocs, many of them heal ing, consisting ofOntftge, Lemon, Linie, Cit ron, Apple, I'cnr, Peach, Appricot, Almond and Walnul trees. Also, about 2,1100 lorelgn Ornpe vines bearing, aud a large vuiel.v of Flowers, Shrubbci.i Ac. Oood House of eight rooms in good repair, Burn, Heiihou c Ac. Onod well of excel lent walet. AI so tint sloe I' consisting of 2 horses, 2 cows. 2 hogs, chick ens, wagon, harness, curls plows ana farming tools Ac, Ac., included. This is one of the most desirable places in the market, und will be sold at It bargain. Q2.H00 FOB HO ACRES GOOD LAN I' <jp (sand loam soil) located wil bin a few rods ot the Race Track. Splendid soil for Ihe cul ture of orange and lime trees. 11l QIO.OOO FOR 00 ACRKS SPLENDID soil ' tjp iv city limits, wiih full water privileges, i A line chance lor specula), on. The properly can be subdivided and s ild lo great advan tage. N:t $i.aoo FOR A Bmi.DING l.i > r ON Fort near College, I2i)\ir. r >. la 7 KOR A WELL Improved Furni. »J) near Floranco. Forty acres excellent land. Dwelling house, barn, corn crib, well and wind-mill, trees i*e., Ar. very cheap and \. desirable property. ITS L*«l.aoo WILL buy a splendid building lot, ♦J> OOxldo, on Main St., near Otii. 09 CVISO. For a building 10l on Pourl St., with in a half block of the terminus ol the Spring HI. Railroad. Splendid neighborhood aud very cheap. ITT Oa.OOO For a House and Lol within Indi a *P block Of Pico House. AS.OOO WILL 11K V ON E OL TIIE Besl Im- P proved suburban Farms iv (he market, lo cated miles from town. Magnificent new dwelling, largo barn and oilier out-buildings, vineyard, fruit and shade I i ces, good w< 11 ol excellent water, and the whole farm of forly eighl. acres under cultivation. Plenty of wa ter for it rigid ion, 112 jJ«7.000 For a beautiful residence, bid fa mile <P from Poetoffloe. Lot highly Improved— House contains II rooms, with all modern im provemenls. This is one of Ihe prettiest pri vate residences iv the market. l;ll <|.7i50 For a splendid building lot, on olive <P street, AO.OOII For aspleiidid suburban uroporl) of V IK acres, located on Main street, Short dis tanco from Washington Gardens. Properly improved as follows: Neat Gothic House \'A story ofa rocms; aboul li orange, tune and lemon, nig, apple, pear and Oilier trees bear ing, and) a huge number set out In orchard that will bear iv two or three years; ornamcu tsl shade.trees, flour garden Ac. Henhouse and stable. Flue soil and plenty of Wider lor Irrigation Ac. This is one of the lliicst homes offered for sale. The owner is compelled to, leave the cily lo attend his biisine.ssel.seM here alld w ill sell Ihe above described properly id the extreme low price of 111,000, 138 For 6J£-acre lot ou Orange street, ten <lp minutes walk from terminus of Spring St. Railroad. Plenty ol water lor irrigation AC. Fine soil for Urn cultivation of-the orange, lemon and lime. 100 i£.a.OOO For an Improved farm of (1,000 acres, •IP located near Florence. to tJeO.OOO For a farm of 10 acres, choice land V highly improved, orchard, vineyard Ac, Including sou choice variety of fruit trees. Very tine property. TO A-IfSO For a level lot on Charily Street, near •P Seventh. (j.550 F.iru good lot adjoining tin' above, $3,500 For 22 acres cm Main slrcet. near J f ferson, on the line of the city limits. Full water privileges, splendid, location. lit; CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, 21 SPRING ST., Nearly opposite Postoliice and Court, House. H. RASTER, CITY Fish and Poultry Market, WHITE HOUSE, LOS ANGKLES NT,, third door from the corner ofiOommcr* clal. A specialty made of all kinds bf Han Francisco FRESH FISH In their season. A Iso, I?onlti->', *2*i-«ri-i. Butter, Gamo, IN nt**, JTi-nitH, ' null Coiiiitr,y Consign in cuts of produce respect fully nolle ■ I ted. All orders promptly llllej ami goods deliv ered free of charge In any pan of the city. < OCI2O-II OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS! I would stab'loth.) public that I hAveopen ud tin OYSTER SALOON in the basement off he U. H. Hotel building, in connoction with « , KRUMDICK &. MELCHERT, where I will serve ' Eastern and Pacific Coast Oysters in every style, day and evening. Also, Ihe iMtst ENGLISH A I,Hand PORTER constant ly on hand, Oysters Received by ovory Steamer. Give tne-wcall and I will guaranleo sulis fac ion. GEO. J. SCHNORRENBERG, In husemcnl of 11. H. Hotel building, opposlts Wolls. Fargo a Co.'s t.% , oihoo, Main St. aovaxl