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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. BTJNDAY NOV. 29, 1!»74. Read the Following. San Francisco, Nov. 19th. Hkram> PiTinsiuNo Company— Omtlerm We ship to the Hkrai.d to-day a font of Long Primer type, made especially for printing election tickets according to the new require ments of the Code. We have had each individual type carefully and separately examined and passed upon by the Secretary of State and pro nounced a new Code Long Primer. None genuine unless the name of Dnritv MALONI Is blown in the cork. You can now furnish election tickets without the least error in their production. We remain very respectfully Ac, READ, Brand & Co. Candidates will see to it that they have their tickets printed at the HER- Ai,D olliee, and then they will be cor rect, as we have .secured new type and new paper cut according to the re quirements of the new Code. Tin: Democrats of Sau Francisco have already commenced wrangling, The disputants are the County and State Commitecs, and the subject of dispute is primary or no primary. The Mechanics Institute of San Francisco have elected a lady Assis tant Librarian. This is a sensible act. The Institute library is largely pat ronized by ladies and it la but right that at least one lady should be em ployed in the establishment. It is rumored that the San Francisco Newt' Letter bas offered the editor of the Express the position of chief editor of its " lies of the day." If lies on BEAUDRY are of any value to the News-Letter, the Express must be a highly prized exchange. A FEW days ago Fullerton beat Oc cident. Yesterday Occident beat Ful lerton. If they should trot to-morrow Fullerton would beat Occident. The boys will see into this thing by-and bye, and then the business will cease to be profitable. A Washington dispatch says For ney's Press has been sold, or at least a majority of its stock, to a company of newspaper men, and Colonel Mc- CIATRB will assume editorial control on the first of January. Colonel For ney will go abroad anil remain until the political complexion of the coun try is changed. The late elections were not to the Colonel's liking. The resignation of Supervising Architect Mullett will not cause any great amount of grief among those who have been thrown in con tact with the consequential conceit-iu llated gentleman. He had come to re gard the position as his by right of birth and the large fund aa his by in heritance. Bristow opened his eyes to his mistake and accepted his resig nition. THE Express of last evening treats its readers to the usual dose of libel on Mr. Beaudry. This time he is charged with having stolen a swamp. There is an inconsistency in the at tacks of the ring's hired tool on Mr. BEAUDRY. In one column it avers that he is a man of great wealth—a second Croesus—who does not begin to pay [taxes on one-tenth part of his property, and in another it depicts him as au adventurer using all sorts of underhanded means to obtain pos session of a valueless lot away out of town or doing a poor man out of a bit of swamp. Why, that is almost as bad as while professing to be a llepub licau and living on that party to sell out to the Democrats—as pretending to be the friend of the people aud at the same time sell out to the worst en emies to the city's prosperity. Should Mr. Beaudry ever get down as low as the little traitorous, bribe taking or gan of the ring we shall find it swearing he is a saint. Answers to a Correspondent. A gentleman writes from Baldwin, b'wa, to Postmaster Bent, of this city, to know about the climate; if the country is thickly settled; if we have railroads, and finally, what would be the chance for a doctor in this city or some town in the vicinity. The Post master has turned the letter over to the HERALD, and wo proceed to an swer: The climate is pronounced by gentlemen Who have experimented in all kinds of climate from the .North Pole to the Lijuator, to be the finest that ever came under their observa tion. On this day, November 28th, the weather is warm and pleasant and the hills adjacent to the city are cov ered witli the young growth of green grass. As to climate, wo Hatter our selves that there is none better for health, comfort and happiness, nor none worse for sleigh-riding or ice making. How thickly the country is settled, the correspondent must judge from the facts we give him. There are about 26,000 or 27,000 people in Los Angeles county, one-half of whom re side in this city. There are several nourishing towns in this valley, among which may be named Wilmington, Anaheim, San Fernando, Los Nietos and Comptou. We have four railroads running out of this city in different directions, and we are going to build two or three others. "Good place for doctors?" This Is the hardest ques tion of the lot. Yet singular and par adoxical as it may appear, thousrh this is the healthiest country in the world doctors appear to thrive here without taking their own medicine. There are a great many here already and they all appear to have a lucrative prac tice. At least they pay their advertis ing bills. Our friend might do well here as a dispenser of pills, but he Mould ilo hotter as a tiller of the soil, Something for the Tax-Payers. It is a well known fact that the Gas Company of this city are anxious to en ter into a five years contract to light one Hundred street lamps at the rate of six dollars and sixteen and two-third cents per lump per month. They have refused to enter into a contract to light a lesser number of lamps for a less price for a less number of years. On the contract which they wish to make, and which will, no doubt be made, If the ring candidates for municipal of fices are elected, the citizens of this city will be forced to pay a heavy tax for one hundred smoking lamps, not one of which will illuminate beyond the capacity of a fire-tly. The one hundred lamps will cost the city $010 00 per month; £7,399 20 per year; $30,990 for live years—the term of the contract. These lamps will be, of course, erected in llip center of the city, nnd the people residing outside of an area of less than one mile square will be compelled to pay a heavy tax for lights that they will probably see once a fortnight or oftener if they chance to come up town on other than moonlight or starlit nights. Of what earthly use will be the expendi ture of this $37,000 to the vineyardists and others residing in the Southern part of the city? Yet they must pay their pro rata of the taxes. Rut this little speculation will not stop with the cost of one hundred lamps. Once the contract is entered into and the stipulated number of lamps erected the people two miles out Main street or of the northern end of "Sonora"will exercise their privilege and demand lamps in their immediate vicinity— they are taxed for light and they have a right to it. Each additional lamp will add six dollars and sixteen and two-third cents to the expenses of the city and to the income of the Gas Com pany. The burden of taxation will grow until it will becomo unbearable, and property will become so encum bered with the city tax as to depre ciate its value and deter capital from coming here. The city cannot afford to enter into this contract. The rates demanded for lighting the lamps are more than double what we should pay and the heavy expense will so increase taxation that people will demand a nullification of the contract aud thus involve the city in a long and expen sive law suit with the Gas Company. The tax-payers should be warned in time and guard against the danger of being saddled with this live years tax. The New Ring Programme. The appearance of a new ticket un der the guise of "Independent Nomi nations," bearing at its head the name of Mr. George O. Tiffany for .Mayor, is confirmation strong as proofs of Holy Writ of the correctness of the Herald's statement in yesterday morning's issue, to the eii'ect that the ring managers have decided to make a secret move aud change dummies, substituting Mr. Tiffany as the real candidate in place of Mr. SABICHI and play the latter gentleman for dummy. All this is supposed to be *i</> rona. The people ef course cannot see into this nicely laid little plot. Mr. Sa bichi was overloaded with too much gas aud water, and yet they piled on the top of this load the scheme to turn the water from the zanjas to the East side of the river. This was one straw beyond his carrying capacity, and even the old ring engineers who have been in the habitof boasting that they could bid defiance to the people and run Los Angeles to suit themselves, were forced to admit that Sabichi would not float in that water nor could he bo blown into the Mayor's 'chair with that gas. So it was decided to bring out another ticket with Mr. Tiffany as their chosen candidate, with tho strict injunction to the sto kers and serfs that though they were to talk Sabichi they were to vote Tiffany. The Herald has from the outset maintained that either Mr. Tiffany or Mr. Sabichi would meet the requirements of the ring and they would a few days before the election center upon tho oue for whom they could throw the greatest number of votes. Our theory of their mode of conducting the campaign has proven correct. Taxpayers who do not want a few more franchises saddled upon them will heed the warning. An Old Los Angeles Man. One of San Francisco's officials comes out of the investigation which has revealed so much corruption in the municipal affair* of that city with clean hands and a pure and unspotted record. We allude to Colonel Wm. Harney, the long-time and always courteous and efficient Clerk of San Francisco city and county. The many old friends of Colonel Harney in Los Angeles, those who knew him when a boy, am.ong whom we may mention Mrs. Steams, Governor Downey and Colonel Kkwen, will be pleased to know that the Colonel's integrity as a public officer is as untarnished as I his social standing is without flaw or blemish. Sixteen or seventeen years ago Colonel Harney was a frequent visitor to Los Angeles. A score of years since, when but fifteen years of age, he was appointed purser of the steamer Senator, which vessel, by the way, is still visiting our harbor, then running on the Southern coast, lie traveled upaml down thecopst for five years, during which time he held the same position on the Senator, Sea Bird, Republic, Pacific and other steamers. In 18M he resigned the po sition of purser to take the place of Deputy County Clerk of San Fran- Cisco, and that position he held until he was elected Clerk, which olllce he has filled nearly two terms* being re elected the last time by an almost unanimous vote. Such is the tribute to the worth of a man who for so long a time was identified with the South ern coast country that we have no doubt he often reverts with pleasure to the scones and recollections of that period of his life. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. Indian I'ixlit. Tahlkouah, Cherokee Nation. In dian Territory, November 26th,—In a light on tin 1 iilth inst. one hundred shots were tired and throe men killed. Over one hundred Indian warriors canie in. The excitement la intense and more trouble is expected. An AbNcouiiitii; Cull lorn tun Arrested. New York, November 27th. —John J. Hannon, absconding bookkeeper of the southern Coast Line Steamer Com pany of San Francisco, was arrested in Jersey City, Hannon took $4,000 of the company's money and ran away with a young girl. Wool Jlnrkrt. Philadelphia, November 27th.— Wool is dull and steady, hut un changed. Wife Murder. LiAMARTINS (Wis.), November27th. —Russel Brown killed his wife last night With an axe while she was in bed, and lied. He has no! been heard from since. A Negro ii>iE<Kc<i. Atlanta (Ga.), November 27th.— Geo. Simms, colored, was hanged to day at Covington, Georgia, for.out raging a white woman in 1573. He confessed the crime yesterday. Kecnptnri' of Iniilnu Prisoners -Prob able Oeleat of An-Jren Johnson— Vrioit on i> New lilen. Chicago, November 27th.—A dls patch from Col. Miles to Gen. Sheridan states that two German girls,captured from Indians were captured in Kan sas. The rest of the family were killed or are still captives. A Knoxville letter states that An drew .Johnson has no show for the Senate. Gen. J. C. Brown, the ring candidate, has the best chance. Grant favors a scheme of internal improvements as a good card to the Radical party. A I.nrKP lllozc. TILSONBURG. N.Y., November 27. — A lire last night destroyed 20 stores and dwellings. Loss from $75,(100 to 5*100,000. A Mother Drowns Her Cbllri. TrUMANSBURG, Pa., November.:?.— The child, Albert Goss, supposed to have been stolen on Tuesday night, was found in the river. It is supposed to have been thrown in by the moth er. Mrs. Goss is in jail. TBS ltitrjjlnry Case—Currency Comp troller's Report, WASHINGTON, November 27th.—The verdict of the jury in tiie safe burg lary case against Arthur 15. Williams is that he is innocent, but they can't agree on Whitely and Harrington. The jury were discharged. The report of the Comptroller of the Currency .shows that during the past year seventy-one National banks were organised with a capital stock of $6, --750,000. Three bunks failed and twenty are going into liquidation. Increase of National bank circulation, $3,570, --297. Total circulation Nov. Ist, $351, --927,24(3. SAN FRANCISCO. Ktcmucr Sailed -A Sun l)ic£o Comity Ornut — loMll Dentil » nnir ;>o>-a tlou. San Francisco. November 27th. — The steamer Senator sailed to-day for Wilmington. The final .survey of the Rancho Cuy amaea, Sun Diego county, and the Rancho Castamayoml, Sonoma coun ty, have been made and forwarded to the Commissioner - General of the Land Olliee at Washington for patent. The survey of Cuyamaca leaves out the Julian and Banner Mining Dis tricts, and several gold mines are out of the grant. The survey of the Castatnayomi leaves out the quicksilver mines and the Geyser Springs. The survey by the California olliee is in accordance with the instructions of the Secre tary. Han FRANCISCO, November 28th.— W. F. Hendricks of Santa Barbara was found dead in his bed in the Morton House this forenoon. He was appar ently in good health last evening and retired at a seasonable hour. The matter was reported at the Coroner's office and the cause of death will be determined. Articles of incorporation <>f the Oc cidental and Oriental Steamship Com pany were liled to-day. The certifi cate states the'objects lo be the estab lishing and forming of a corporation under the Civil Code of California for the purpose of constructing, purchas ing, chartering, running, freighting, controlling, managing and owning steam and sailing ships and vessels, and therewith doing and transacting all kinds of transportation ami ship ping business on all the oceans, seas, bays, sounds and rivers in the world. The Directors are J.eland Stanford, Charles Crocker, David D. Colton, Lloyd Tevla and Mark Hopkins, who are also tho incorporators. Capital stock, $10,000,000; 100,000 shares, sioo each. Man Killing in Utah. Kelton, Utah, November 28th.— At a ranch sixteen miles North of this place, a young married man named Groves killed Jack Rosevear, a miner from Gold Hill, Nevada, and father in-law to Groves. Deceased took ex ceptions to Groves' marriage witli his daughter and made demonstrations of a hostile character. He was shot down and died in thirty minutes, merely remarking that Groves was too quick for him. Railroad Collision. Tulare, November 27th. — The North and South freight trains col lided at this place. The locomotives were badly injured. Two box cars were destroyed. No oue hurt. Narrow Escape from a Flood. MaitY.sviLLK, November S&th.—At 7 o'clock this morning the levee broke tieitr the Hospital In the northern part of town, and it seemed for a time ihnl tbe Whole city weald !>e Hooded. At noon the sloughs were full and a Hood was imminent, hut at 12 o'clock the water began to fall, and excepting the cellars in ono Meek on 1) street were Riled, no great damage was done. Business was not interrupted ami at 6 o'clock the city is clear of water, ex cept what retnaiug In the slough, it is clear and calm. NEW TO-DAY. Candidates Running for Office. Should bear In grind thai to keep their equi librium oi body and mind, they should smoke good, cigars. If elected, they Will promote ex tra happiness. II defeated, they will give con snlutton, provided tlu se cigar* are bought at the well known cigar store of I. GOLDSMITH'S, Main St., next to W, F. A Co.'s Express, The latest, n Inst rated Paper* always on hand. A. CARD. To H. Kinnkv, Sec, and oilier officers nnd members of Uio meeting held at Steams' Hall, in the City of Dos Angeles, on the evening of Nov. 21, 1874: Q KNTi.KMEN I—Thanking you kindly for thr honor of nominating me for the 01110' 1 Of City Assessor, I must decline being a candidate nl tin'coming election, owing to previous busi ness arrangements, which, I trust, will be an acceptable reason ior declining, • Yours, very respectfully, M. MADMAN. November 27, 1874. UKI! WANTED.— A SMALL FURNISHED House, or furnished rooms for house keeping. Address P. this Office, nov29-3U P. P. Ml LLCN, Conveyancer and Searcher of Records, INSURANCE AND GENERAL ACENT Speelal facilities for placing property lv the Eastern and European Markets. Insurance Loans Negotiated. No. 7;l, Main SI Dos Angeles. nov2otf D. T. Moonev. J. Q, Dixon. OCCIDENTAL LAUNDRY. MOONEY & DIXON (HVE NOTICE! that they have established j the Occidental Laundry, on Flour street, near Sixth, And are prepared to do Hotel, Restaurant and Ladies and Gentle men's Washing promptly and on the most reasonable terms. Clothes returned in Six Hours it needed. Terms moderate and satisfaction guaran teed to all. NO CHINESE EMPLOYED. No Chinese Thrashing Machines Used! Leave your orders at tho hotels and at the Paahlon saloon. nov2Htf People's Reform Ticket. \ MEETING will be held at Steams' Hall, xv »n Monday evening, Nov. 80th Inst., to nominate two candidates tor members of Hoard of Education, and a City Assessor. All are invited to attend. UOV2B-21 \A/ANTED.— AN ENGINEER capable of wV doing machine work, to run tin 1 engine al v. Beaudry's Smelting works, CerroGor <lo. None but first class mechanics need ap ply, l*. BEAUDRY, UOvSBtf Dos Angeles. Cal. COR BALE.—PONEY I'IT/kton. r Inquire NOYES A DURFEE. DovSMw) WANTED. A GENTLEMAN who has one oft he most, pleasant rooms in the olty, wishes to have a room-mate. Ad dross nov2Blf "A." this Olllce. I OST.—FROM Judge Branson's place on I— the night of Nov. 21th, a Chestnut Sorrel Marc, white lace, while legs. Indistinguishable brand on hips, branded "AH" on left shoul der. Any oue returning the mare to me on Judge Branson's place, or leaving her at the Pound stable, will be liberally rewarded, novtttf E. w. doss. SOCIAL PARTY A T— TURN-VEREIN HALL, — on -— Sunday Enening. Nov. 29th, 74. Doom open al Bo'clock, ADMISSION, - - FIFTY CENTS. BovSS-8t Rooms and Board — AT THE KIMBALL MANSION, New Iligyli Street, XT X AII TIIK CONGREGATIONAL Church. x\ Fine, large, well tarnished suites and .-ingle rooms, with all modern improvements and a lirst-elass table. The House is BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED On high ground and commands a charming view of mountain and valley. nvil6-tf IMotice to the Public. MR. BARBIER Has bought the old establishment known as thu Spciujff Barber Sli«>i>, And now opens the most convenient rooms in Ihe city. Three llisl-elass barbers always in ailcndancu. Shaving, SISCI llaic ('lilting', 25c; Miuni poouing;. 25c. Mr. Barbler Invites the public generally to come and see htm. Ha cures headache in tive minutes by applying bis valuable Sedative Wilier, liirL'.ic. Also, Dailies' Hair curling. Uerniau, French, Spanish and Italian lan- KUages spoken. novl7-lni BACKMAN HOUSE. MEW, COMPLETE AND ELEGANT, MRS. BACKMAN UAH LEASED THE ENTIRE BECOND and third stories uf Ihe I'erry A Riley lllock, Nos. :m, 88 and 40, Main street, and will there conduct 11 first-class family boarding house. THE SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS Are unsurpassed In ihe city- well ventilated, newly furnished, supplied with spring mat tras-es and In every way complete. FAMILIES AND SINGLE GENTLEMEN Supplied with the best accommodations In board and lodging. DAY IIOAIiDKHS Taken at the usual rates. XH9S VAJMbSI Provided with tho best the market affords. The I raveling public and others will here Hud all the comforts of a home. nv22 tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THEY HAVE COME!!! 9 THOROUGHBRED SHORT HORN DURHAM BULLS, Praia Kentucky—being. a part of our 18th IMPORTATIOA. These Hulls are American Herd Book Ml' main, pedigree* of which we have fro re the breeders In Kentucky, which show them lo be clonely related to aaltnali which have mid for fabulous prices, n xj i j is m arc al the stables of Messrs. Metzker& Ferguson AND ARK SALIO Purl Oreilll given If deal rod, ROLLIN P. SANK, Ofthc Saxes, Importers ofthorongh bred slorlt. ROVStf OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN Southern California. NOYES & DURFEE, Corner Tompie Block and Spring St. SALE DAYS: Wednesday and Saturday. Special salt ?; made In any pari ofthc City or County. We also buy nil Kinds ol Property tor (ASH!!! Orders for Gentlemen's Light Driving Wors en, Work and Saddle Horses, promptly filled, and titles to all Horses sold public or private, guaranteed purfect. K. W. noyks, lloViltf o_A^_Dl !U KKh " H. RASTER, Fish and Poultry Market, WHITE HOUSE, I.os ANOELES ST„ i hlrd door from the corner of Commer clal. A specialty made of nil kinds of San Francisco FRESH FiSH in their season. Also, Poultry, Buttox*, Qante,Nuts, ITruita*, iiikl Country Produce. Consignments of produce rcspectfull v solic ited, All orders promptly Riled and goods deliv ered free of charge In any pari of the city. oetasMf WM. FRIELS' PARAGON VAPOR STOVE BURNER! Most Wonderful Invention of the Age! Having been appointed Agents lor the sale ofthls Wonderful stove, we are now prepared to Introduce the same to the public. They will be found extremely useful for the follow ing purposes) Saloons, Restaurants, Boarding Houses, Tailors, Laundries, Camping Excursions, &c. Heating Offices and Rooms One stove Burner will heat n room fifteen feet square, and make no smell. Requires no stovepipe nor chimney. Staking no smoke nor Banes. Is readllylighted, regulated and extinguished. , All orders must be accom panied with Cash. FOB SALE ONLY AT SWIGART & HUBER'S No. I IO Main street. novlOlf MORITZ CHOYNSKI, 44 SPRING ST. Carpenter and Cabinet Maker. RtorCfi fitted up, Furnitures made and re paired, und general work done on the slmrl est notice, nov9Sltf Notice to the Public. WE HAVE Tins day disposed of our Hook and stationery Business to Mr. Louis Lewln. He win carry on business at the same place, and we solicit for hlin a con tinuance of the liberal patronage hitherto be stowed upon us. IIKODIUCK A CO. 1/1S Angeles, Nov. it), 1874. I intend to devote my attention exclusively to the business of fire and Murine Insurance, and until Januurv Ist, IST. r >, mv ortlce will be at Ihe old store. W. J. BBODRICK, Referring to the above, I beg leave to Inform you that I am making additions to my steel; of Hooks, .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 to business, novM-lw LOUIS US WIN. Meeting of Stockholders. (1 COOPERATIVE NUHSERY AND FRUIT j Company of Dos Angeles County—Princi pal place of business, Los Angeles, Col, No tlee is hereby given, thai pursuant to a request of a majority of the stockholders of said Com pany, a special meeting of stockholders will Be held at tbe Secretary's cfßes, No. 41 Tem ple Hloek, I.os Angeles, ou Tuesday, Dec. Bth, 1874, At 10 O'clock A. M., for the purpose of amend ing Ihe Hy-I.aws, anil transacting IUCh other business as may come before the meeting. T. A. GARY. Dos Angeles, Nov. iud, 1874. President, a ltd Special Notice. CXARB WILL LEAVE depot, until further J notice, al .'1:4.11\ w., to eonneet with steam ers Oriaaba and Ventura, for San Francisco. Other days, usual time. E. E. HEWITT, octOtf Superintendent, Castac Mining Company. ALL Persons holding claims against lids Company, are requested to present the same to the Secretary who will pay them in stanter. li. D. PEEL, novl7tf Secretary. D. W MACLELLAN, Searcher of Records and Conveyancer, ROOM 13 DOWNEY BLOCK. i.ov22tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -150 -0 ABES OK Holiday Goods Have Just Arrived at the DOLLAR STORE —O V — DUNSMOOR BROS., Consisting of the most, beaut (nil col lection of Vases, Mantle, Smoker and Cologne Sins. Writing ] )i:s:<s, Work Boxes, Shell Boxes, card and cigar casus. Brackets, W.u.i. Pockets, I [at and Towel Racks, - and — TO V 8 lv an endless variety, Al.su, DOLUlnf every kind, with children* EPurnitUV* Sets, r LVu Sit», W IlKOll VV lii't'llmi'i'own, t'lirix, lsiil>y Onwist(tea t Cniryitl Ih. GOLD and PLATED JEWELRY. A good assort incut Of Dailies' iiutl Cents' Fall and Winter FURBISHING GOODS, An,l a lull hue ol Crockery. Glass Ware, Pocket and Tabie Cutlery, Constantly on hand. \u of which will he sold at as low figures as con I*l is<i BI.Y afford in lli Is city, on account of our limited room, we advDc our Friend* to moke i heir purchase Of Holiday goods previous to Christina* Week, iv order lo avoid ihe RUSH nl NO. 102 MAIN STREET, Opposite the Court House. Ju'-'3 CALIFORNIA Farmers' TV! 11 ( mi l FIRE Insurance Association. INCORPORATED UNDER THE AUSFI ees of The State Grange, For the purpose of securing CHEAP IN SURANCE tor tho FARMERS of CALIFORNIA. For further Information apply to .r. Q. A. STAN LEY, No. .11. Temple Clock. Who is Iho Agent, for Dos Angeles County. Dov2l-lm TEMPLE STREET BARBER SHOP fSisn oFtbe Four Ljialita. DOYLE & SILVER Have engaged another good Barber direct from NEW YORK' CITY, And will hereafter RUN THREE CHAIRS. iSlisivin«»% - - yG otss. Unit* Cutting?, - <-ti«s. fi))tanipooTain|**, - %£t% ctn. OiVC us a call. novlltf A RESOLUTION Of Hie Common i 'onncil or the City of I.os Amjeles to Provide for tiie Holding of v 4>cncriil Miiiiiclpal IClection in said City on December 7tli, I*7l. TJE IT RESOLVED HY THE COMMON J _> Council of the city Of Los Angeles, as fol lows: That a General Municipal Election be held by the rpiaiitied voters of said olty on the first Mopduy in December, A, D. IS7-l,ihe same be ing the 7th day of said month, for the follow ing officers, to-wit: One Mayor, one City Marshal, one City At torney, one City Treasurer, one City Assessor, four members Of the Common Council to rep resent the First Ward of said city, tour mem bers of the Common Council to represent Ihe Second Ward of said olty, four members ol the Common Council to represent ihe Third Ward of said city, and two members Of the Board of Education of said city, to till vacan cies therein caused hy the expiration Of the terms in office of William i'lidhani and Oeorgo H. Smith. The polling places shall la- as follows: • For the First Ward, at tiie house .of Thorn ton P. Campbell, In said Ward. For the Second Ward, at the rooms of the Common Council, In said Ward. For the Third Ward, at the house known as the Hound House, on Main street, iv said Ward. The following named persons, residents n! the respective Wards, are hereby appointed as officers to hold and conduct the saldelec -1 ion, to-wil: First Ward—lnspector, Oscar Maeey: Judges of Flection, George Waters and Juan Torn. second ward — Inspector, Wm. McKee; Judges oi Election, c. G'ubot ami James H. gas ton, Third Ward—lnspector, Wm. n. Denniaon; Judges of Election, LOUls H. Marline/, and s. li. Cox. SECTION 2. The Clerk of the Common Coun cil shall certify to the passage of this resolu tion and cause the same to be entered in full upon the minutes of 1 his Hoard ami lo be pub lished lor ten days in English iv the Dos An geles Daii.v Hkkai.d and lor ten days in Spanish in i/t Oroniea, newspapers published in said cily. Okkic kOF tiik CUBX ") ok tm k Common Council Ok the City ok Dos anc ei.es. J 1 hereby certify the foregoing to he afull, true nnd correct copy of the original resolu tion adopted by the Common Council of the city of Dos Augelcs at its session held on the auth day ol November, A.D. 1871, providing Un tile holding ot a General Municipal Flection In said cily on the 7th day of December, ISM, This done the 20th duy of November, A. D. ltm. M. KREMER, Clerk of Common Council nvB3 101 Dos Angeles city. Well-Digging and Grading. lAMI AM PREPARED TO DO WELL-DIGGING and grading in the mosl nalislHctory man ner and on the shortest notice. Water guur anteed for Wilcox Lifters ol all dimensions. KFFEHFNCFH. Hy permission, I refer to Mr. Longs treat, Mr. Ledyuid. Mr. ilcatoii and Dr. Whistler. THOMAS HAMILTON. At A. Aushrand'B. nvl" If Corner Sixth and Spring Sts. REAL ESTATE BROKERS. J. M. BALDWIN. ( HAS. F. HFANF Real Estate and Money BROZEES. THE firm of J. M. BALDWIN Will negotiate Heal Rstato s ties and Money Loans, at 711 l-'J Downey Block, ground Moor. tStt.OOO "ill bay farm of t'l acres fine land. No Irrigation needed. Ixjcated near rail- Way Stion. House and well on Ihe premises. FOR SALE. V LIMITED NI MBEB of Shares lii a milling pioperty, lv LoS^n gcles county, stock unassessable. No debts due by' the 1 'cm pany. l'arty sells on ly a por tion of slock held. A rare chance for an In vestment wiih prospectofrich returns. FOR BALE.—M-ACRE IRACT on san I'edro streel. l'riee, s.'v'.ihi. COR SALE.-HO ACRES SPLENDID i land. Cash value of Improvements, *1. -100. Location, lust outside city. l'riee, fat) FOR 'BALE.—HOUSE WITH SEVEN rooms, bath rooms etc., complete. Lot l'JOx 1115 feel. Hearing Lime, Demon,and other trees—Vines bearing—Orange trees will bear next season. Docat ion, choice. FOR BALE.—CHOICE DWELLING, cen« I rsMy located. Si\ rooms with bath room. Groundi and trees in perfect condition. Bold with or without Furniture, nnduta bargain. SO Wild, PURCHASE ONE ~ Oj»)> f\J Twenty-acre lot in town of Analn im, wilh house which cost <fl,:iil;). Lol bus on it age-Walnut trees Aye years old, end three acres lv alfalfa. Dive fence enclosure. FOR BALE*—TWENTY-ACRE TRACT adjoining city. I.Km choice vines, bear ing, and about Hm orange threes. Willow fence, l'riee, 11,900, FOR BALE.—IN THIS CITY, one l.Vacre tract, tullv set In walnut trees, Good lo cality and will be sold at a bargain, FOR SALE. RANCHO OF 160 ACRES with two bouses, well wiih thirty leet or water. One half under fence. 2.000 Orange, Dime. Lemon, Walnut and other trees. HO. -000 Vines. Ampie supply of water Ibrlrrl- Mat ion. Tit le perfect, FOR SALE. •'"> ACRES FA BMING land With dwelling bouse. Under cultivation last year. Location, near Dow ney City depot. Water ditch runs 111 rough the tract.' Price, HI.OOO. FOR SALE. i» ACRES EXCELLENT corn or Tobacco land In Asusa Township, Drier, K:tO per acre. Apply tb J. M. HALDWIN. Ground Floor, Downey Block, octttHf CHAMBERLIN BANCROFT, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 21 SPRINCST., - - LOS ANCELHS, Nearly opposite l'oslolllce and Court Hotli 0, Hh3,9*io For 1.1 acres suburban properly, splen tp did soil and plenty of wuter. " 180 $.~>\2ii For liiu' building lots near College, mi: d>o7rt For a building lot between sth and Bth O streets un for 40seres outside city limits, Land V is level and soil is sandy loam ami urn x celled for raising orange, lime or lemon trees. Surface water at feel, jj.050 for two lots GSXIOu. dNVOO for two lots 00x165—corner. (£,3,000 for a plot of tell acres. <£C KOfi'' 01 '" Beautiful property Inside q)U| dUW city limits, l>j miles from Post office—lo acres, choice and excellent land, covered with fruit trees, many of them bear ing, consisting Of I irauge, Lemon, Dime, cit ron, Apple, Pear, Peach, Apprlcot, Almond and Walnul trees. Also, about 2,000 lorelgli Orape vines bearing, and a large variety of Flowers, Shrubbery Ac. Oood House of eight rooms in good repair, Barn, Henhouse Ac. Oood well ol excellent walei. Also the stock .consisting Of 2 horses, 2 cows, 2 hogs, chick ens, wagon, harness, car's plows and farming tools Ac., Ac, Included. This is one of the most desirable places iv the market, aml will be sold al a bargain. V>i.:joo Foil A BUILDING LOT ON Fort »5 hear College, 120x106. • 157 (g»-3,500 FOR A WELL Improved Farm: O near Floranee. Forty acres excellent laud. Dwelling bouse, ham, corn crib, well and wind-mill, trees Ac., Ac. Very cheap and desirable property. 17S 01.200 WILL buy a splendid building lot, '*> 80x105, on Main SI., near6th. Hi) 0150, For a building 10l on Pearl St., With Mp in a half block of the terminus of the Spring St. Railroad. Splendid neighborhood and very cheap, 177 Por a House and Lol within hnlfa •ip block of Pico House, 124 (j.7.000 For a beautiful residence, half a mllo «P from Postoffice. Dot highly Improved— House contains 11 rooms, with all modern Im provements. This Is one of the prettiest pri vate residences in the market. 1.1 l $750 For a splendid building lot on Olive street. $0,000 I'or a splendid .suburban properly of 111 acres, located on Main street, short "dis tance from Washington Gardens, Property Improved as follows: Neat Gothic House \% Story of 6 rooms! about 75 orange, limn and lemon, tiig, apple, pear and other trees bear ing, and a large number set out In orchard t hat will bear in 1 wo or I hree years; ornamen tal shade trees, Hour garden Ac, Henhouse and stable. Fine soil and plenty of water lor irrigation Ac. This is one of the finest homes offered for sale. The owner is compelled to leave the olty to attend his business elsewhere and will sell the above described properly at the extreme low price of 89,000. bill AIISO For 5%-aere lot on Orange street, ten 'P minutes walk from terminus of Spring Sr. Railroad. Plenty of Water for Irrigation jtc. Fine soil for the cultivation of Ihe orange, lemon and limp. 168 For an Improved farm of 100 acres, v located m ar Florence. 76 Q6.000 For a farm of JO acres, choice land V highly imnroved, orchard, vineyard Ac, including ScO choice variety of fruit trees. Very line properly. 70 CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, 21 SPRING ST., Nearly opposite Postortlce, and Court House. Extensive Sale AT AUCTION S BY DEWEY, KIMBALL&Co., U. S. Hotel Building, SATURDAY, November 28, at ii O'CLOCK a. M„ consisting of OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES, Double and Single Harness, Robes, Whips, Rugs, RUSTIC SHADES, PICTURES. AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS GOODS nvw-Ot OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS! I would slate to t he public that I have open ed an OYSTER SALOON In the basement of (he U.S. Hotel bnildin in connection with KRUMDICK & MELCHERT, where I will serve Eastern and Pacific Coast Oysters in every style, day and evening. Also, Ihe best fnodish ADIC and PORTER constant ly on hand, Oysters Received by every Steamer. (live nieacall and 1 will guarantee Halls faction. GEO. J. SCHNORRENBERG, In basement of U. S. Hotel buildln;, opposite Wells. Faigo Si Co.'s Express offic •, Main St. novlOlf