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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
WEDNESDAY NOV. 25, 1871.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
ONE DOLLAR per ASMM often lines, first
lllSßrl lAll, nod TWKMTy-rtVS cents |>cr .-Mpmrp
Pitch RUbseqncnl Insertion.
POSTAL en ANOEW.
The following postal ctlSngSS went Inlo op
eration, July Ist, isT-l: All publications ure
free of postage to sultscrtbcrs In the county In
which they ore prtWished. Hooks ami peek
aires of merchandise, to Ihe weight ol four
pounds, can lie sent liy mail at the rule oTonO
cent for every two ounces or fraction over.
Tied packages may he entirety enclosed.
Some portion of sealed paekajtCM must lie
opened for Inspection.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The "T. S. CV« rt luw« a reception
10-night.
Hon. J. Ross Browne, o*-Mttiister
to China, in in tho cily.
Mr. J. YV. Duncan, tho builder of
our siatc University, is Ifl the city,
stopping nt the Plod House.
We are glad to welcome Mr. S. C.
Hubboll back again after his extended
trip Bast.
Officer Carpenter had an interesting
time in escorting a drunk nnd disor
derly down to tho cooler night
and treated quite a stir on Spring
streel.
The sailing of the Orizaba for Santa
Barbara and Ban Francisco, has been
postponed until to - morrow. The
steamer trftln will leave the depot at
10:16 A. m.
In our remarks about the Forest
drove Company" In Sunday's issue,
we made a slight mistake in the
name of the Directors; S. Haley, in
stead of 8. Ilawley, and j. ¥. Ward,
instead of J. L. Ward.
Another call has been made for a
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
on next Monday evening to elect a
new Board of Directors. We hope this
effort will prove more successful than
the last.
Our friend Haverstick, of the U. S.
Laud Olliee, is gushing over with
kindly feelings toward all mankind,
and at the same time is as proud as a
bay within two-bladed pen-knife. It
is a girl.
A horse broke loose from Donohue's
stable yesterday aud rushing out upon
the street, ran into a hack driven by
Mr. Hewitt. Mr. Hewitt's team oc
eanic frightened at, this and broke
away from the vehicle, taking the
pole down the street witli them. Mr.
Hewitt was thrown from the hack and
received some severe injuries.
Mr. .1. W. Potts returned to the city
Monday from San Francisco, where
he had hoen in attendance at the
State Temperance Convention as a
representative of the temperance peo
ple in Los Angeles. Mr. Potts reports
ii.colo limov Ul AJ»O.I V,o\'.o,t in n . tic
also says that there is a widespread
interest manifested in the upper
country in regard to Los Angeles and
t he southern part oi" the State.
We regret to leafll that Arthur
Lucky, son of Dr. W. T. Lucky, met
with a severe accident at the Mirror
olliee yesterday. While feeding press,
three lingers of his right hand
were caught in the machinery and the
tlesh mashed almost to a jelly. It is
hoped that tho hones arc not injured,
however, and that amputation will
not he necessary. At best, the injury
will prove most painful and will re
quire a long time to heal.
If you have not secured your ticket
I'or the Firemen's ball, do so at once.
Wo hope tho boys will have a rousing
benefit and secure enough funds to
purchase their much needed four
wheeled hose-carriage. Piepeuberg's
band will furnish music for the occa
sion ami Mrs. Slearte will preside
over tho banquet. Tho Affair comes
oil" at Turn-Veiein Hall to-morrow
niglil.
Rev. U. 11. Messenger brought to
our sanctum yesterday a number of
bananas which were grown in the
open air on his place near the San
Gabriel Mission. Tho bulbs from
which the banana stalks sprung were
brought from the Sandwich Islands
about twenty-two months ago. In
eighteen months from the planting of
the bulbs, the stalks blossomed aud in
three months longer the fruit matur
ed. Fifteen bananas were borne upon
tho hunch. They were small, but
equal in flavor to any which we have
over tasted. From the new hulhs,
which will grow from the old ones
this year, Mr. Messenger expects to
procure much liner fruit. He thinks
that tht! raising of bananas can be
successfully prosecuted here and that,
Without any unnatural protection for
the plants, lie have had much exper
ience in tropical climates, and we con
sider his opinion on this subject very
trustworthy. llo\vever,he thinks that
the Florida banana is much hotter
adapted to our soil and climate, than
any other.
Down the Road.
We took a ride with Conductor Han
son ;to Downey yesterday to en
joy a trip over the model hranoh road
and to see the progress which our en
terprising \oung neighbor is making.
We found the Downey depot piled
full of freight awaiting shipment, and
most of the material for the Anaheim
extension of the road on hand ready
I'or speedy use. Mr. N. A. McDonald,
Superintendent of the track-laying
force, informed us that the line is al
ready graded throughout, and tho ties
are all provided as well as a consid
erable portion of the iron. Track
laying will doubtless bo commenced
before long and it is hoped that the
work will ho completed to Ananeim
by New Years. In the town we found
things equally progressive. A large
hotel Is in course of construction near
the depot and, when linished, it will
be a great convenience to the travel
ing public and the place generally.
Our friend Dave Smart was as genial
as ever and we found him hard at
work wrestling with an ace and two
bowers. 'Dave always carries a trump
hand.' Another hospitable friend,
Herman Morris is comportably in
stalled with bis partner, Mr. Levy,
In a well stocked store and the linn
Is doing a rushing business In the
general assortment line. Mr. Morris
has many friends and acquaintances
in the ciiy who will be glad to hear of
Ids prosperity in his new location.
Having only thirty minutes to stop in
the place we were compelled to do a
pretty good job of "rusthing" lo make
connections. In that space we were
again aboard the train, however, and
whirling homeward. We formed the
acquaintance of all tho train men ii-,
chiding engineer, fireman and brake
men,and found them as agreeable and
accommodat ing a set of railroaders as
one would meet in a trip across tht)
Continent. If we arc not greatly mis
taken iv our calculations, the Ana
heim branch road is destined in the
near future to assume the proportions
and importance of a main line. When
the road is completed to its proposed
terminus and the Bofsa Chios. Wharf
Is brought into requisition much of
the steamer freight and passenger
traffic Will doubtless take that route.
Political Meeting.
The call for a mass meeting of citi
zens "opposed lo rings and cliques/
brought out an assemblage of about
two hundred at Steams' Hail I ait
night
The meeting was called to order
shortly after X o'clock, and Samuel
liucker was elected to the chair, with
Geo. Gard, Vice-President and Henry
Finney, Secretary. No time was
wasted in Speeches, but the meeting
proceeded at once by "main force and
awkwardness" to make Ihe nomina
tions.
Major Sacriste was nominated for
Mayor and declared the candidate of
the meeting by acclimation', there
being no other name proposed.
For Marshal, tho nominations were
IL F. Hartlee and F.tnil Harris. After
considerable sparring, it was decided
to vote hy ballot on the names before
the house and the result stood: Hart
lee, 102; Harris, 52. Hartlee was de
clared tiie nominee of the Convention.
A. W. Hiltton and Will I). Gould
were placed in nomination for City
Attorney. In this case the manner of
voting was changed and the result se
cured by a division of the house. The
majority was largely in favor of Gould
and he was declared tho nomiuec.
J. J. Melius, Herman Ncidecken aud
C. C. Lips were named for City Treas
urer. A count being again resorted
to, the vote stood: Melius, 05; Nci
decken, 28, and Lips 2. Melius was
declared the candidate.
The vote for City Assessor was al
most a unit for M. Madigan, there be
ing but one scattering.
The candidates for Councilmen were
then named as follows by an almost
unanimous choice:
First Ward—T. P. Campbell, ,1. Mul
laily, R. Botello, C. Forbes; Second
Ward—J. R. Brierly, M. Teed, W. W.
Robinson, W. 13. Dunne; Third Ward
—('. E. Huhcr, E. H. Workman, Louis
Wolfskill, T, Leahy.
The meeting then adjourned with
out proceeding to the nominations for
members of the School Board.
The nominees of the meeting then
stand as follows:
For Mayor, L. J. Sacriste.
For City Attorney, VvTft' 1"). Gould.
For City Treasurer, .1. .1. Melius.
For City Assessor, M. Madigan.
For Councilmen, First Ward, T. P.
Campbell, J. Mullally, R. Botello and
C. Forbes.
Second Ward, J. R. Brierly.M.Teed,
W. W. Robinson and W. B.'Diinne.
Third Ward, C. E. Huhcr, E. H.
Workman, Louis Wolfskill and T.
Leahy.
Los Angeles.
We copy the following letter written
by Mr. H. L. Binford, now a resident
of this city from the Jackson, Tennes
see Whig and Tribune. It will he
seen that Mr. Binford, though a resi
dent of this county hut a few mont hs,
has seen a great deal and has seen it
aright:
Los Anulu.es, Oct. 20th, 1871.
Messrs. Editors: According to
promise 1 am now prepared to com
municate to you and my many friends
in Jackson and the surrounding coun
try, my views of California and Los
Angeles county and city.
1 have delayed writing in order to
get fully posted in regard to the coun
try, so that I could write advisedly. I
think this is one of the loveliest coun
tries anil Quest climate that has ever
been explored hy the American peo
ple; it is neither hot or cold Winter
or Summer. I have been here now
three mouths, and the highest range
of the thermometer was ».'s°, and only
four or live days of such heat this sea
son. At the same time the nights
were cool, having to sleep undercover,
nnd at this writing do not sleep under
any more than in July and August,
aud I wear the same clothing now as
1 did on my arrival here.
The soil is rich, productive and re
munerative, when properly culti
vated, yielding in corn seventy- Aye to
one hundred bushels per acre. Tobacco
grows finely and yields three crops in
one year from one planting. Beans,
peas', potatoes, pumpkins, beets, cab
bage, aud 111 fact everything in the
vegetable category, grows well here,
producing with aud without irriga
tion, two and three crops on the same
land in twelve months. There is a
fair proportion of land iv this country
that will yield a good crop of corn
without irrigation. Such land can be
bought from §20 to $30 per acre.unim
proved. The tropical fruits, such as
oranges, lemons, limes and English
walnuts flourish well here, and yield
a handsome profit as soon as they
commence bearing; they commence to
yield when from six to ten years old.
Any one may feel that he has a com
petency if he has twenty acres of land
set in these trees at a bearing age.
Peaches and apples grow well here, as
in the Eastern States. Pears and
grapes cannot be surpassed either in
quality or quantity. This excels all
other countries for strawberries. 1
gathered and ate them to-day from
vines that have been bearing
every month since last February,
though this is not a common thing,
hut can ho by proper attention and
irrigation. Some may call this a Cal
ifornia strawberry yarn; should any
one doubt It, I can produce a rood
witness, Dr. J. B. McFerrin, of Nash
ville, who helped to eat them. This is
a great country, and tho only way for
one to know and to appreciate it is to
come and see it. We have in this
country the gopher, ground squir
rel, and they are great pests;
they are destrtistive to vines, and
semi-tropical fruit trees, but they
will, howover, disappear as the coun
try becomes settled. Wood anil water
is scarce in some localities; - Wood li
worth §10 to SI") per cord, though we
have to use but little wood except for
cooking pnrjwwcs. The general ex
pense of living here is less than in
Jackson, though a few things are
higher. Honey is one of the staph s
of the country, and there Is no coun
try that can produce asuperior quality:
and as to quantity, it is spoken of and
sold by the ton. In fact, we might say
this Is a land of milk and honey, a land
of fruits and flowers, for we have all
of them in abundance the year round,
il think in a few years, ou account of
(health, climate, soil and productions,
this country will be densely populated
by the best class of citizens from every
country and clime. If any one in Ten
nessee or any of the Southern States
contemplates a change of location, 1
know of no country better adapted to
tho people of the South than Los An
gelesj yet I cannot, advise an Indis
criminate move of all classes. The
towns and country arc Overstocked
with lawyers, doctors, merchants and
clerks, so there is not much room for
these;. The country needs hone and
muscle, good farmers, carpenters, plas -
terers, hriek'niasons, blacksmiths and
day laborers ou tho farm, all of which
command good wages. Farm hands
gel $2B to 9po P e r month and board by
I he year.
I must bring my letter to a close, as
1 Have already ma le it longer (ban I
anticipated. I shall take pleasure in
answering letters from any <>l - un
friends, or from any one desirous of
moving here, if t.hey wl»h further In
formations. Yours, truly,
11. L. BfffPoftt).
True Democracy.
[Translated rrOni La Voz del Nnovo Mundp',
of Nov. 17th.
Under Democratic rule every com
munity may prosper, when Integrity
and civic virtues, the fortune of na
tions, shed their light upon the front;
hut when virtue, intelligence and
knowledge, without which their well
being and prosperity are impossible,
are supplanted hy audacity, vanity
and ignorance, communities, instead
of advancing, are impeded and not
unfrequently surrounded with difficul
ties, the forerunner of sorrowful crises
which become ihe burial places of
liberty and of personal rights.
Tho beautiful city of Los Angclos,
Celebrated for the salubrity of its cli
mate, (he fertility of its soil, the hos
pitality of its amiable citizens and
the extraordinary progress which of
late has been made in the develop*
ment of its resources which will soon
make it not only one of the most, im
portant cities of ('alifornia, hut of Pa
cific America, requires local officers
who understand and can help carry
forward this movement,without which
all individual efforts will be of no
avail. For this reason, the patriotic'
and well-meaning citizens who in
truth love their city and desire its
growth and prosperity, should bo ac
tive in the public meetings, so that
from the ballot-box there shall result
the election of those citizens who,
with their popularity and intelligence,
are well known for their integrity,
patriotism, knowledge and probity.
When we saw among the announce
ments contained in our worthy con
temporary, J.a Croniea t that of Don
Francisco Sabichi, in which he an-
UnWl (i^iM\ w (A { MA c «^ da W o wtJre
great ly surprised; for of the very little
estimation we have of that, Individu
als capacity, knowledge and good
standing in the community in which
we have known him since 1861, Without
its then being in the power of the imag
ination to suspect that thirteen years
later he would have the boldness to
aspire to a position so respectable " s
the one he now solicits, notwithstand
ing his meagre education and ignoble
capacity. Some one has .said, there is
nothing so audacious as ignorance,
and in this case Mr, Sabichi
conies forward to confirm tho truth
fulness ot this saying by his crack
brained pretension. If in any city of
this Stale it would ho an indelible in
sult that men as obscure as Mr. Sabi
chi should oiler themselves as candi
dates for :v position so important, it Is
much more so in a place like Los An
geles, which, more than most, others,
counts in its lap eminent and merito
rious citizens, who, with (lie influence
alone which they possess, could effect
much more than this office-hunter,
who appears to believe witli .all his
might that Offices are only to give
honor anil lo increase the vanity of
dull mortals, and not for the further
ance of the progress and happiness of
the people which is, wherein prudent
men of patriotism look for their fame,
and not by filching through surprise
their election from the uninformed
portion of the people.
This candidacy has justly aroused
the patriot ism of the sensible men of
Los Angeles, who do not see it hut as
a gratuitous insult to the good sense of
the cOmmUnityi a mental aberrancy
on the part of him who proposed it and
of those who support it.
We conclude this article with ex
pressing the Intention to pursue with
out delay this question, in the fortu
nate issue of which is involved the
growth and social happiness of a
worthy people and which, like those
of Los Angeles, merit our respect aud
warmest sympathies.
Felipe Fi kuho.
A lady in Paris has had her bahy's
face all torn to pieces by a parrot, jeal
ous of Ihe caresses the mother gave
the child.
Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main
and Kequena streets, are now selling
out their Spring and Summer stock at
reduced [trices. If you want to save
money rive them a call. *
.lust, re/solvad, ll tremendous stock pfcclgars,
tobacco and smokers' articles,at iho Identl
mil, as Main streel, Perry A Hiicy lilock.
Cheap,Cheaper,Cheapest! H. si.aney Is
selling hoofs aud shoes ut bed-rock prices.
The quickest way to make a for
tune Is to buy your goods at the
Bazaar, corner of Main and Reqtiona
streets. *
Splendid gents suits. Coat pants
and vest, for §12, very heavy. Gents
Satinet pants $2 00 and §2 50 at the
Bazaar corner of Main and Requena
streets. *
A valuable Christmas present for only N 10
can lie pad at tile Identical, Miiin si reel, Por
ry A KUoy lilock. A grand initio is lo lake
phico nt Ihe übove place on Saturday, Doc. 10.
The following articles Will be raffled:
i Que rourig cluster diamond ring!
1 line ninlte.se cross diamond ring;
I solid Kohl vest chain;
1 solid Bold ladies' nock-chain;
1 pair solid gold sleeve Iniitons,pearl centre;
1 pair solid uOld sleeve buttons.
Chaneo, WM; lo ho rallied in tin; following
manner! The highest throw wins Ihe round
cluster diamond ring: the next highest throw
wins the solid Hold vcht-uhftin; Ihe next
highest throw wins Ihe huge cold, pearl cen
tre sleeve-buttons; the lowest throw w ins the
nialtcse cross diamond ring; the next lowest
throw wins the ladles' gold ncck-chnin; the
next lowest throw wins the sol id gold sleeve
butlons. Tho nrllotes are all warranted as
represented. nvUMaw-lw
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PEOPLES' TICKET.
FOR MAY. >lt,
P. P.KADDBY.
CITY IUMW
v. c. LIPS.
CiTY ' J J (• )
('HAS. J. ELLIS.
CITY ASSKHSOR,
JOHN Z. MORRIS.
CITY MARSHAL.
John Ii CAum LLO;
SCHOOL TRIISTHKS,
ALFRED JAMES,
OIL JOSEPH KURTZ,
I'CIK t'OC NCI 1.-Ist waiii>,
T. P. CAMPBELL,
RAMON K. BOTELLO,
JOSEPH MULLALLY,
J. C. CARMONA.
BS WAiiii,
W. W. ROBWSON,
ISAAC W. LOUD,
LOUIB rjCHTBNBERGER.
JOSE MASCARKL,
I'll WARD,
LOUIS WOJJfSKILL,
J. M. STEWART.
THOMAS A. OAREY,
WILLIAM OSBORNE.
SK«-ric>N M. Mvery person Who, bjr lb rep,
threats, menaces, bribery, <>r any corrupt
means, cither directly or iodine! ly, attempts
in Influence any elector in giving his vote, or
tn deter firm froip giving Ihe mime, orutteni pt «
by any means whatever In awe, restrain, inn
iler, or distort) any elector in the free exercise
til Ihe right ol'sull'riige, or furnishes any elect-,
or wishing to vote, who cannot read, with a
ticket. Informing or giving inch elector to
understand that It contains n name written
or printed thereon different from the name
which is written or printed thereon, or de
frauds any elector at any such election, l>.v
deceiving and causing such elector lo vole mi
ll different person for any office than he In
tended or desired to vote lor, or who, being
Inspector. Judge or Clerk of any election,
while acting as such, Induces, or attempts to
induce, any doctor, either by menace or re
wiiol. oi promise thereof, lo vole differently
from what such elector Intended or desired to
vote, is guilty of a misdemeanor,
skc si. Every person who wilfully violates
any of the provisions oflhe laws of this Mate
relating to elections is, unless v different pun
ishment for such violation is presort bed by
this Code, punishable by line not exceeding
one I hmisuiid dollars, or by imprisonment in
the Slate Prison not exceeding five years, or
by both.
The friends and supporters of the foregoing
ticket are determined to see that a fair expres
sion of public preference shall be had iii the
coming city election, and in view of Ihe fact
thai bribery nnd oilier corrupt practices have
heretofore prevailed in our municipal elec
tions, have, by volunlary subscription, se
cured an ample fund and adopted the lv c.os
snry measures M pfOsecUtt every offender.
. Tiie com niiUoe having Ibis matter In charge
have dnpioyed detectives to aid in the en
forcement of the law. A reward of one hum
tired dollars will pc paid to any person who
may give information which will lead fo the
conviction of any pers..n guilty of n violation
of Ihe code above quoted or any oilier pro
vision ofthc renal Code relating to elect ions.
Such information may he reported to the
District Attorney, who will give all necessary
information on ihe subject.
Specia: Notices.
w. eft Marians * Co.'i
Weekly Magi- Line
Kor PunamlTil.
For passage or packages, enquire ol V. Wi
lier, or conn tf 6f Aliso ami Alanieiia streets.
novlltf
Kor the best 25cts. Imported cigars go to the
Identical, 38 Main st 114,1, Perry A Uiley
lilock; 2,txK> juM n flplvow.
A complce stork of gents' furnishing
goods just received at. the Identical, lis Main
street, Perry A HI ley block.
Kor a nice tlc-scarl, shirt sluds, sleovo-bat>
evofi'Uiyig'ia'tfiat line, at^otoiw'Mlr/fts^i
10 the lo en I lon I, 38 Main street, Perry J Uiley
MOCK.
For the bo*t Imported ctear—l brpe for GO ats.
--goto the Identical, 88 Main streel, Perry A
Uiley block; 8,(10,) just received.
Kor the best bit cigar—."l for 25cts.; I I'or 25
cts.;.« for 25 els. go to the Identical, 38, Main
street, Perry & Riley block.
The rainy season is coining on. Arc ypu
provided With boots, shoes and i libbers? 11.
SliiVNE'i , corde. - of I'oninicreial and I.os An
geles, has a fu 11 slock of the kind you need.
Do not fail to exit wine his goods before pur
chasing.
A gentleman is not, well dressed until ho
has iv ncat-flttlnjf boot or shoe. it. Hf, AN ICY
keeps l.honi— t lie besl, most stylish and cheap
est, tlive him a cull.
Kor good Cigars and Tobacco,
fall 111 Hugh Keeiiau's,
No. lo Commercial street, ,
in fronl oftlranlto saloon. novMif
HoWf.JNtl Ai.i.kv and Billiard Saloon, in
111*- basiiim-nt of tho U| Hi llolel building,
formerly occupied by the Cueoinorgfl wine
llepot, a Saloon with a lirsl class slock of
Wihes, Lluuors, Cigars, <•!«•.., etc , and the best
accommodation 10, customers. No charge
will be made lo patrons for the use of Bllflard
lablcsand Alley. A lunch will be served iv
the evcniiu;. AITOUSI* AtKLCHKKT,
novtitj _ _ | Proprietor.
The Sa.\i' Urothera ure eu route for
I.os Angeles with thirty thoroughbred liur
!i:iin bul Is of ai I ages, direct from Kentucky.
Tlioy Will anive November loth. S
A. S. McDonald, 10l Main street,
opposite Court llouso, has just Re
ceived a largo assort mo nt of ruubjer
bouts, all sorts and Bines. Call at.
oiiri find have your choice.
PncENix Initifanco Company, liurt
ford.Connecticut;Home insuranceiiompaay,
New York; North British A Mercantile ln
,a trance Co., London and Kdinhiug; Com
blned As els, «-■■•).:;n.;.ooo. gold.
i ll AS. it. JOHNSON,
52 Temple lllock,
oi l 111 LOS Angeles, Cal.
Peter I .on n.'.N, Main street, second door from
corner of Court slrcet, has a splendid assort
ment of liroceriHf,Provisions, Wines, Liquors
('iguis. Tohaec", etc., whiuh In' oilers at the
lowest market, prices. All goods of Ihe best
quality, orders delivered free oi charge.
sep27tf
pivo spools of Coal's thread (Or US els.
Kour papers American pins for2sels.
Kour pieces Worso ad braid tor 25 <~s '
At the lU/.AAB, corner of Main nnd RogUe-
Da si reels. *
Agency Liverpool and London and
IJlobe Insurance Company. Assets, $21,a0n,-
OUO. Agency State investment insurance
Company. Kire und Marine. Assets, 9800,000,
I*l tiro, kick's Hook Stoic, near llifc l'ostollice.
Tifll yards brown factory lor 81.
fright yards extra heavy t-i laqtory for SI.
Ten yards do do iWluoh for|l.
Kour spools Brook'stlireed
At the BAKAAB, oornerof Main and Iteylie
ii.i si re ls, opposile I lie I. S. Hold.
Kour pair seamless hose for SI.
'Three pair diamond toed klhaker socks for
11 <H).
At Isa ac Noiiton A Co.'s, corner of Main
and Ktiiuena sti;cei.s. opposite U. H. Hotel ■•'
Agency Imperial of London and
Queen of liiverpool;oapilal,*lN,()'HJ,UCO. North
ern of Li 1011, capital, J ta.noO.OOO; and Hart
ford oi Hartford, capital, c i.uoo.ins). Olllce:
Koom Nu ;i Bowuey Hloek.
JOHN CAIII.IN, Agent.
sr-po-lf
iHU'i'he tide oriiiiinlgrutb*. In steadily set'
ting in, and theSrst uong eastern people do
is to throw away tbclr New' York Hats and buy
a new one of DKSMONO. Thoy say there is no
couipUrfeon biitwtten tlrt tsto. i%*
(Jo to the Fashionable Tailor, Fitz
pal rick, when you waul a line sail of clothes.
If you desire rcconinieiidiil.iou, ask any of
ids' numerous customers, ami you win be
told thai" I'itz."always does his work well
giving line work, good material ami reasona
ble prices.
New Goods! New (Joods! Marxsen
Bros.,of Ihe new variety store, corner of Main
ami Third streets, keep constantly ou hand
a large variety of Dry goods, Clothing, dents'
undo! wear, Hoots and shoes, Orocories, clc.
A large supply of new goods just received,and
sold at reasonable rales. All goods are ol the
best quality; no auction goons sohi by tit.—
We rvspi ctiully solicit Iho public lo examine
our goods andludge for themselves. Goods
delivered to any pari ol iheciiy free of change.
octlltf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITIZENS' TICKET.
FOB MAYOB,
I . Mablrhl.
CITY Til KAMI I! I If.
If. Fleishman.
MAIISUAI.,
K. Harris.
CITY ATTORN Xl,
A. W. Hollo.,
CITY ASRIwMSOH,
John X. Morris.
NM <-o|,'NCII.-FIKT WACO,
T. IV Campbell.
Jiillnu IImVM.
*'. Forbes.
F. NltfUOrCl
SKCONIi WAIIO,
I I.icij tenberg • »
M. Teed,
R. Cohen,
Jose Mnwearel.
THIRD WARD,
» If. «or|j MM ii,
T. Leahy,
r. E. Ilubcr,
I.OIIIN noiiskiii.
HOAttO OV KIHTCATION,
llr. .lon. It ml/.
i.. 11. Soil 111.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Eor IVlnyov.
At the requestor many infiueutlal cilUen*,
I*. BEAUDRY
win be a candidate for Mayor at the com ing
municipal election. oettt
Eor Msyor,
l n'ni a candidate for th« office of Mayor, st
tiie next Municipal Election, and solicit the
support of in v friends. Oot'Jl
GEO. O. TU'EA NY, Sr.
X"or Mtvj'or.
At the request Of many citizens, tlio under
signed announces himself a candidate for
Mayor, al the net Municipal election.
V. BABICHL
Eos Angeles, Rep. I.'uh. 1871.
Eor City Attorney.
A. W. 11l I lo\ is a Candidate for re-elec
tion to the office of City Attorney, at tho en
suing general municipal election.
Eor City Attorney.
WILL I>. GOULD.
Eor <Jity Mtirwlitil.
JACOIt F. UKKKKHN is a Candiduto for
CltJ Marshal. octll«
I .— » ■
Eor City Aliirwliul.
ft. f. ffAKTf.KR Announces himself as a
Candidate for the office of City Marshal, ut
Iho coming c ection. oct-2
Wor City Marshal.
IklM IX It A H Kit. ex-Marshal, announc
es himself as a Cundidatu for the otUco ol'Cily
Marshal at tho coining election. sepltO
For City Msrshnl,
i sii. HAitftiH, DetectiveOffleer, desires
to announce himself as a candidate for our
next City Marshal. scp'JH
Eor City TVT.n.rslin.l.
JOHN J. « AUHII S.O announces him
self as a Candidate for the office of City Mar
shal, at t he coming Municipal election. '»
Eor City r .TreiiHvirer:
11. FI.F.IMI9TAN announces himself as a
candidate for City Tkkasckkk at the rni.ii
iug election. soplll
Eor City Treasmrer,
ItEItJtAKK xiFJierKES, sr., announ
ces himself as a candidate for I he office of City
Tiihasiikkr al Iho ensuing Municipal elec
tion. Si-pLI
Eor Cily Treasurer.
JA.III.S MKMiI'S announces himsclfus a
candidate for the office of City Treasurer at
the coming elect lon. sopiW
Eor City Trsaittrer
J. L. WARD.
seplS
Eor City Assessor.
11. 11. lIAKMON will ho a candidate for
City Assessor At the ensuing muuloipal elac-
I ion.
Eor City Assessor.
.TOIIJV MORI*!!*.
octl'
Eor Coiinciliiiu.ii.
JO 11N It. ItUIKHf.Y will bo a candidate
Ii a- mem ber of tho Common < 'oil noil from the
second Wanl.al the ensuing municipal elec
tion, t
MISCELLANEOUS.
BACKMAN HOUSE.
NEW, COMPLETE AND ELEGANT.
MRS. BACKMAN
Has i.Eased the entire .second
.ami third stories s-f tho Perry A Riley
Clock, Nos, lill, :|S and-111, Main street, and will
there conduct a first - class lainily hoarding
house.
THE SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS
Am unsurpassed in the city—well ventilated,
newly furnished, supplied with spring mat
trasses and in every way complete.
FAMILIES AND SINGLE GENTLEMEN
-Supplied with Iho best aconimodal ions in
board and lodging.
DAY x»OAiti>ii:iJ.w
Taken at the usual rates.
THE TAIILIS
Provided with the best tho market affords.
The traveling public and others will hen- tind
all the comforts of a home. nv22 If
Notice to the Public.
MR. BAR BIER
Has bought tbe old tstablisaaien! known as
the
Bl>i-injff St. BfWPtJiei' Shop,
And now opens tho most convenient rooms
In Ihe city. Three first-class barbers always
in attendance,
(Shaving, 25c; Hull- Culling, 23c; Minim
liooniog. 35e.
Mr. Harblor Invite* the public generally to
come and see liiin. He cures headache In Aye
minutes by applying his valuable Sedative
Water, for 2ao. Also, Eadles' Hair curling.
German, Ei-ench, Spahlsn and Italian lan
guages spoken. novl7-lni
D. W MACLELLAN,
Searcher of Records and Conveyancer,
ROOM 13 DOWNEY BLOCK.
aptfgtf
MORITZ CHOYNBKI,
44 SPRINC ST.
Carpenter and Cabinet Maker.
Stores Btted up, PunUture made and re
paired, and gelloial woik done on the short
est notice, novMf
FOf bill posting, disliibiitiou of eiroulius,
pristrainmes, curds,clii lion annoiincuineiits,
etc., leave orders wiih It. H. Walker, the only
and regular Hill Poster in the olty. Officeo4
the Star olllce, or orders inuy bu left al any of
the printing offices.
WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL
(FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND -
REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE o*. S. HOTEL.
DWATiTimg ITS
B Oils.
Bi'iihlioh. ;ni(i <ilass.
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES
A(*KNTS KOU TlltC
California Chemical Paint Company.
ZdtBXSRAJts INDUCEMENTS OFFKRKD
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
hotel,
Mnin Slfool, liiiH A ii{r«»l«»K.
A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
a* ii h: mi. ic IB E» in < s a i» are r r m. wo n 'j- h
Are large and well vonlilnto,!. Mml in Ihe host potMihle rendition.
THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET
Nt) expense will be spare' 1 1„ mnUe the Hotel equal to uny on the ("oast. iWtf B
WANTS LOST FOUND.
If URNISHEU ROOM, at (12 Aliso street,
' suitable for man iind wife, or two Cents.
Price, $10 per month. DOVIO li
$150 REWARD.
ON the 13th day of October last, Mr. V.
Reaudry lost at tin' I'ico House, a Dia
mond Ring. The above reward will be paid
to the tinder upon delivery ol property to P.
Heandrv, Olid no questions asked,
novlltf I. BEAUDRY.
D OOMS.-FAMILY and Single Rooms
tl with board at Col. Peel's OH Spring St.
noviutr
A FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE FOR
Sale, as good as new, for Sli>. Inquire at
novHdAwtf a 10 Main street.
\A/ANTED." TO PURCHASE a second
VV band bedroom and parlor sot. Address
nov22-2w» N. N., Herald Olliee.
BOARD, with furnished rooms in a pleas
ant location in a private family. .'! min
utes walk from l'ostollice. Oentlemcu and
their wives preferred. Enquire at this Olllce,
novlflt
O LET.—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
to let on First, street, first house below
Trivoll Oardfii. nov22-lw
TO LET.—Two furnished Rooms, double or
single, suitable lor gentleman or a fam
ily. Apply at No. 2 Reaudry Terrace.
nov2l-4l»
ANEW WILCOX A GIHHS SEWING Ma
chine for sale at 25 per cent, less I ban
cash price. Inquire at this Office.
novllltf
FOR BALE.—A Fruit ami Grocery stand
fa-sale, in a good location. Must sell on
account of departure. Price, about Slot). Rent
low, and room for family of store. In
quire at this Office. novl'l- It
Bee Ranch For Sale.
FOR BALK.—Oneot the best and most con
veniently located Bee Ranches In the
county, well stocked and provided with all
necessary buildings. Apply at this office.
nov2ltf
Castac Mining Company.
Ai.i.v. n i. v i.ii., s , lniinH ML-ainst this
Company, arc requested to present the
same to (be Secretary who will pay llieni in
.-.,.»,... .. i,i i.i.q.'i,
novlTtf Secrelary.
THE LOS ANGELES
Poultry jg| Market!
126 & 128 Main Street,
Is the only place in town Where you can get a
FULL FAMILY SUPPLY
— at t ho —
Lowest Market Rates.
They keep constantly on hand
All the Delicacies of the Season,
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
POULTRY, AND
of evory descriptions
Fresh Eggs and Butter
Received everyday from Iho counlry.
Vegetables. Fruits and Nuts,
CICARS and TOBACCO.
Received by every steamer from San Fran
cisco.
Also, a full Slipply of
Pickled Pigsfeet,
Kli«m*i»'»«i Toiigjin*,
Bolosjfnci SiiiiHtif>-<*.
Sni<»li«"<l IJ«m*l Tongue,
Swiss, I.imbcrgcr, Holland, Cream, Bee torn
and California
C H Hi IB 13 _bLi ■
LAKE SUPERIOR
White Fish,
Pickled Salmon,
HOLLAND AND C Al.ll'oKNl \
Herrings,
Sardelien,
Anchovies,
Russian Sardines,
and Caviar.
ALDEN DRIED FRUITS!
IPv«hli CraiibewioH,
And many more things too numerous lo
menl |on.
Orders from the country trade are promptly
attended to at lowest, wholesale prices.
Consignments of
PROD TT O E
Respeetfu 11 y sol lc I led.
Come and sco our slock and convince your
selves.
E. GERMAIN & CO.
PROPRIETORS.
oct2t-lm
Hoofs, boot«| shoes,shoos; rubbers, rubber,.
Bitters, slippers nml everything in tbe line or
shoe-leather. <;<> to K. SLANEY Tor them,
lie has the largest, best nml cheapest stork In
Ulcjolty.
JUST RECEIVED
A_ TP r r 1118 AG» X NCY,
"«<>. 00 serais street,
A sqt'ARK CiItATVU
I 3 I A. IV O
From the celebrated factory of
DUNHAM & SONS,
NEW Y()UK.
Parties desirous of furhishingthcir parlors
with large finely finished cenl r
I* I A N O S ,
Would do well to call Slid see Ibis Piano.
J. D. PATRICK,
Agent lor Los Angeles.
koiii.fr, chase & < o ,
Agents, .San Francisco, novl-lm
PIANO WAREROOMS,
Comer Nnin anil .Necoml StH.
Don't buy a Piano until you have
seen
HALET DAVIS'
SQUARE GRAND PIANO
The one that look the
FIKST I* It IZE
At the Slate Fair in IS7I. Also the New York,
now exhibiting at the Rink.
A. H. HAVELL.
00t27tf
Ci O TO
m
CD
s
m
—I
©
m
FOR CHEAP GOODS!
IS I Main Street.
JOHN H. SEYMOUR,
(■rucrsl Nnnasrer.
Jylillf
WM. FRIELS 1
PAUAGON
VAPOR STOVE BURNER!
Most Wonderful Invention of
the Age!
Having been appointed Agents for the sale
Of this Wonderful Stove, are are now prepared
to Introduce the same lo the public. They
will be found extremely useful for Ihe follow
ing purposes:
Saloons,
Restaurants,
Boarding Houses,
Tailors,
Laundries,
Camping Excursions, &c.
Heating Offices and Rooms
One Slove Humor will heal a room fifteen
feet square, and make no smell. Requires no
StOveplpe nor. chimney. Making no smoke
nor ashes, I s readilylightod, regulated ami
extinguished.
All orders must be accom
panied with Cash.
I'OR SALE ONLY AT
SWIGART & HUBER'S
No. I IO Main street.
novlOlf
150,000
UEDWOOD SHAKEN
JI ST RECEIVED AND FOR HALF. Bt
j, c. Jackson,
nv!7 If Corner First nnd Alameda Sts.

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