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THURSDAY DXC. 3, 1874. Read the Following. San FRAwcrsCO, Nov. 19th. "TferaUf'Pithti'thing Company: vlenieemen—\V> ship to tho Her ald to-day a font of long primer type, made especially for printing election tickets according to the new require ments of the Code. Wo have had endi individual type carefully and ■Vparately examined aud passed upon by the Seorct:try of State aud pro nounced a new Code Long Primer. None genuine unless the name of Dritry Maeone is Mown in the cork. You can now furnish election tickets without the least error in (heir pro duction. We remain, very respectfully, etc., Head, Brand & Co. Candidates will see to it that they have their tickets printed at the Her at,]) office and then they will be cor rect, as we have secured new type and new paper, cut according to the re qiiircmouts of the new Code. The Chronicle explains why the Sacramento Union if J6f sale. It's all because of the Chronicle. The Chamber of Commerce,to which the people look for action in the rail road enterprise, has manifested a de termination to move at once and de cisively. Tho report of Engineer Crawford will be completed in a short time and will show how easy it is to build the road from this city through the Cajon Pass. The advan tages of this road we have already pointed out and the disadvantages under which we shall labor without it are apparent to all. We trust the people will assist the Chamber of Com merce in getting tho ball in motion and that we shall keep it rolling until die road is built. We have no time to waste in idle talk. Let us get to work and work diligently until the task is completed. A Pertinent Question. Editor Herai/d: If Mr. Beaudry is guilty of the acts with which the Evening Express now charges him aud tho proofs of which it claims are on record and have been for years, is not that paper more culpable than Mr. Beaudry iv not making the facts known long ago, in place of lauding as a public-spirited and liberal-minded citizen the man it now denounces as everything that is bad. Voter. Los Angeles, Dec. 2, 1874. The charges of the Express are false in toto, and none are more fully aware of their falseness than the managers of that sheet. The records a\»pto-«t every charge yet made against Mr. Beaudry and prove the authors of those charges wilful and malicious slanderers. Until Mr. Beaudry be came a candidate for Mayor and the Express accepted the wages of the slanderer, it could hardly find words to express its praise of him. The Express Writes a Card for Roberts. We yesterday predicted that the Express would get up a card for the "poor sick man," Roberts. Our pre diction proved correct. The little traitor of last evening contained the document, and a more weak and shal low affair cannot bo found outside the editorial columns of the Express. Mr. Roberts innocently says Chapman sold him the lot because he (Chap man) did not want a lawsuit and gave it to Mr. Beaudry. The funny part of it is that Chapman should give away a thing he never owned, and af terward sell it. The absurd part of it is that the "poor sick man," Rob krts, should pay CHAPMAN all the money he had for a thing which Chapman had previously given away. A thinner, sicker, more ludicrous at tempt to extort money we have never seen or heard of. Mr. Roberts' denial that he threatened Mr. Beaudry that if he did not come to his terms he would use his "mighty" iutlueuce to defeat his election is of a piece and color with the rest of the card. He did make the threat, and, what is more, he is doing his little best to carry tho threat into execution. Mr. Roberts went into a large speculation on a small amount of capital, and he will end by proving himself the weak tool with which a mendacious journal sought to blacken the private charac ter of an old and respectable citizen of Los Angeles. The Maligners of Private Character. The people of Los Angeles owe it to themselves to place their seal of con demnation on the coarse, slanderous attacks on Mr. Bkaudky's private character by a sheet which is ready to become the venal tool of any man, party or organization for a compensa tion. Having exposed the slanders of the Express so often and showed to the community the object of its at tacks, we deem it unnecesssry to oc cupy the time of our readers in refut ing auythiug more it may say. We feel like offering an apology to our friends for so frequently bringing this subject before them. But we also feel that the interests of the entire city are at stake, and the reflecting part of the community -will excuse us for kicking the nuisance out of the way. Mr. Bkauhuy is an old citizen of Bes An geles. He lias lived here for nearly a quarter of a century and bis private character is so well and so favorably known to all old residents that they naturally look with contempt on those who are base enough to invent and repeat day after day charges which all know are false; that their authors know to bo so and that they were prompted to create and place them iv circulation from tho basest and most dishonorable motives. The citizens of Los Angeles are shocked at the libel ous attacks made on one of their num ber, and to show their detestation of the course pursued by those who are opposing Mr. Beaudry, hundreds of citi/.ens will vote for him who until his private character was falsely and maliciously assailed, had not thought of doing so. The people owe it to themselves to brand these vile slan derers, and wo believe Monday even ing will show that they have rebuked them and vindicated the character of their fellow-citizen. The Issues of the Contest. We doubt if tho efforts of those who are so anxious to deceive the people a* to the real issues which enter into the election next Monday, will bo MMOeM. ful. There ia too much at stake for either aide to be greatly deluded. The struggle is between the people and B few individuals who, having amassed great wealth through What they term their exclusive franchises, are deter mined to leave no effort untried to re tain the power through which they have so long levied and collected from the masses an immense annual reve nue. There are laws compelling the appointment of a Board of Water Com missioners, whoso business it is to both fix the rates for water at a fair price and to see that a good article is furnished. The services of an lionest Board of Commissioners would save the people of Los Angeles thousands of dollars per annum in the cost of water and in doctor's bills. It is to prevent the appointment of this Board or se cure the appointment of one that will act as they direct, that the advocates of Messrs. Saijichi and Tiffany are now spending money freer than water. It is to secure an enforcement of the law aud to obtain tho justice which tho law guarantees, that the people — the property-holders and the tax-pay ers—are rallying to the support of Mr. Beaudry. This is one feature of this contest, and it is an important one. The Hera Li) has no quarrel with the Water Company, nor is it desirous of depriving that corporation of a single legal privilege it possesses, but we do desire and shall insist that it comply with the law regulating all such cor porations iv the State. We object, and the objection is sustained by the peo ple, to giving this corporation the un conditional right to close public streets, build flumes over and through private property, occupying and holding city lots and damaging a largo amount of individual property with a reservoir constructed for the sole pur pose of holding nearly seven acres of city lots for almost a generation. The Herald does not recognize the jus tice of these things, ana 11 mo peupic are true to their own interests and true to themselves—they will on Mon day say to this corporation "You have rights and in the maintenance of them we will protect you, but we also have rights and you must not and shall not invade them." This water monopoly assumes the position that it is immaculate; that whatever it does or does not is right, and no man or commuity shall say it nay. Hence when the Herald intimates that an improvement might be made in the quality of water our citizens drink, this pure institution gets up a show er of indignation, rushes off and com mences suit against the Herald for $25,000 damages. A part of the con test on Monday is to decide whether this Water Company, that nothing must be said against, or the people, own the city of Los Angeles. Another of the issues to be settled on that day is whether the Water Company has a right to prevent a citizen from con veying water to portions of the city iv which it has refused to furnish it. The election of Mr. Harichi or Mr. Tiffany and the ring's Councilmen will be followed by an attempt to take from Mr. Beaudry the privilege granted him by the city to convey water on the high lands and thus de preciate the taxable property of the city many hundreds of thousands of dollars. These are a few of the main features which will present themselves in the struggle on Monday. The peo ple do not wish to deprive the Water Company of a siugle prerogative, but they should see to it that that corpo ration does not obtain an exclusive franchise to run the city government as well as to furnish the people with water. The First Chapter of the Book of Donkeys. "Take now one of the servants with thee and arise, go and seek the asses." (1.) And it came to pass that when men began to multiply in the city of Angels, that a treaty was made be tween tbe Shamy.es, theTweedlemites and tbe Defamites. (2.) And they did meet in solemn council in the valley of Gain to con sult upon the best means to be em ployed to bring the people more sub servient to their will and more profit able to their interest. (3.) And it came to pass that after many days that the people did see the drift of the Bhamites, the Tweedle mites and the Defamites and they did refuse to obey them, and they began to look for chiefs amongst themselves whom they could trust to rule them with more honesty and equality. (4.) And it came to pass that when the Shamites, the Tweedlemites and the Defamites saw that tho people would not obey them, their wrath was kindled, yea, exceedingly. (5.) Moreover, they said with a loud voice, " Are not we the light of the city, and do we not send them rivers •f water? and yet they have rebelled against us, and are now looking for rulers in the camp of our enemies. (6.) And lo a certain scribe from the country of Express, whose name was Pliant Tool, a man of valor and a de scendant of the tribe of Balaam, said with a bragging voice: "Oh, chiefs!. live forever, and let not your hearts lie troubled; fori have a scheme by which I can overthrow your enemies and establish your power forever!" and they marveled at his groal pre sumption. (7.) And furthermore lie said: " Lis ten unto me, (> ye chiefs! and give oar to my words. Now, you know that we are hard up for argument; therefore, I will blacken the character of the people's candidate by giving him a bad name;" and the "chiefs of the Slvamites and the Twecdletnites were pleased with his word-.. (s.) And it came to pass that (he scribe whose name was Pliant Tool, did stand upon the walls of the city from mottling till evening, detnmciat ing the people's choice and defaming his character with words which were untrue. Hut hit bodily health was greatly Impaired by his constant blowing of the trumpet of the intend ed chief of t he Shatnites and Twcodlc demites. (9.) And now, behold, (he famous Pliant Tool has abandoned business in honest journalism, and is open for en gagements as a humbug scribbler and defamer of character. (10.) Now the rest of the deeds of the Shatnites, the Tweedlemites and the Dcfamites, will they not be re corded in the second chapter of the Book of the Donkeys ? Keeper of the Records. — —. ... - ♦ . The Identical still continues its thriving trade. The reason for this la that all goods sold at (he establish ment prove just as they are repre sented. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. All AbMCOli'.liiiff IlelanKer. St. Louis, December Ist.—Henry (Jainbo, County Administrator, haa absconded. He is alleged to be a de faulter for *45,000. Tlit* <oiiiiii£ Sr«»iou of CgnNUi Wash inc. rox, November 30th. —The near advent of Congress has called at tention to the exceeding shortness of the Coming session, [f the usual hol iday vacation is observed, there will be but sixty working days in the ses sion. An effort will be made to pre vent the holiday adjournment, but it is probable it Will not be successful. It is the intention of the Working members who have arrived to have as much work as possible sent to com mittees before the holidays, in the ex pectation that the majority of the principal committees will be willing to sit during the recess. I>entli «!< Mayor Havemeyer of Sow York. NewYokk, November 30th. —Mayor Havemeyer visited Flushing to-day. On returning, the train broke down and he was compelled to walk two miles against a strong wind. He died of apoplexy shortly after arriving at the City Hall. The libel suit of John Kelly vs. Mayor Havemeyer, on trial in the Su preme Court to-day, came to a sudden termination, and the Court adjourned on the announcement of tne death of the Mayor. All the other Courts also adjourned upon the same announce ment. Clara MorriH Marriet!. New York, November 30th —Clara Morris, the actress, was married in 1 H". t.TOSOy « C llun.il u.i i.. F. C. Harriott. The wedding- was private, none but the immediate rela tives and friends of tbe parties being present. I*re«iUleiil".H Message. The President commenced 1 lis mes sage yesterday and does not intend to complete it until the day of the meet ing of Congress. It will not be printed and no copy of it will be made until the morning of the assembling of Con gress, when a copy will be given to the Associated Press. Foreign I'OHtnjrc. Washington, November 30th.— Among the foreign countries to which postage will only be six cents after the Ist of July next, are Germany, Aus tria, Hungary, Turkey, Belgium, Rus sia, Switzerland and Netherlands. Henry Ciena a flank ni]>t. New Yoke, December Ist. —In the United States District Court to-day Henry Clews & Co., were declared bankrupt on the (petition of Ar thur Cooper, Trustee of their London firm, and others. Cuumc of Mayor Jlavciiicyer'a Death. The Coroner's inquest in the case of Mayor Havemeyer, decided that he died of heart disease. The funeral took place on Saturday with official honors. SuKnciisioii of a Itank. CONCORD (N. H.) December Ist.— The Concord Savings Dank suspended to-day, after a run of some weeks. FOREIGN. I'roiu Over the Water- London, December Ist. —News has been received here of the illness of the Czar of llussia. It is rumored that he is insane. Rio Janeiro, December Ist.—Ad vice! from Buenos Ay res report a battle fought on the 2">th of Novem ber, near Lavorde, between the Gov ernment troops and the Insurgents. The national forces were commanded by Gen. Oveas and the Insurrection ists were under Gen. Mitre. The en gagement was severe, lasting three hours and closing without decided re sult. Four hundred Government sol diers were killed and wounded. The loss of the Insurgents is not known. Col. Balseas of the Government army is wounded. Montevideo, December Ist.—lt is reported here that Gen. Mitre has sent a representative to Buenos Ayres to negotiate with the Government for a cessation of hostilities. The most extensive stock of gentle men's furnishing goods, cigars, tobac co and smokers' articles iv the city, is kept at the Identical, No. 38 Main street. Rape and Attempted Killing. Pokti.ant), Oregon, December Ist.— John D. Boest, of East Portland, was arrested yesterday on the charge of committing rape on a girl fifteen years of age. Mr. aud Mrs. Stomer have been arrested as accomplices. Charles Harris, brother of tho girl, at tempted to kill De Boest with a shot gun. The gun was within a few feet of Do Boest's head, but the caps of both barrels only snapped. Sailing of Steamers. Sax Fkanctsco, December 2d.— The United States steamer Narragan sett sailed to-day on a cruise. The steamer China sailed for Hong Kong, with bCS passengers, twenty eight in the cabin, and $302,822, and 728 tons of freight. You can't name anything in the stnol.er'a line which ("ohen & V vis do not at tin 1 Identical, No. 38, Main street. Their stock isoftlio best quality and thrir prices down to bed rock. NEW TO-DAY. The People s Ticket. The people of Lot Angeles are all aware that It is to their advantage '° patronize a man who .rives vahio for the money. The bear hrrmds of Imported elgafl and all oth<*r brands Ut satisfy evervlxxlv. I "rices very moderate. Vole for I. GOLDSMITH. Main St., next to W. V. A Co.'s Express. The latest Illustrated Papers always on hand, German-American Election Club. * REGULAR MEETING of tills Society wtll be held to-night at 8 o'clock at Turn Verein trait, a fall attendance to requested, decj-lt ISA AC COHEN, Secretary. GRAND MASS MEETING A Mass Meeting of the citizens of Los Angeles and San Bernardino COlJlVrircS, Will be held (under the auspices at the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce) at the Court House in Los Angeles, on SATURDAY, Dec. 12th, 1874, A.* « o'eloolc, P. M., To consider the best means of aiding the con struction of the Los Angeles and Independence RAILKOAD. Prchtiineht citizens will address the meet* ins, and Mr. Crawford, the Company's En gineer will be present with maps showing the proposed route, and other information bear ing upon this important undertaking. A general attendance of the citizens of both Countlea is urgently requested. dec3td N OTIC la NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Mr. SantiagoCarrilio will apply to the Commen Council at Its session of December 10, 1874,foradoedto the following described lot of land: Commencing tit the northeast corner of the tract of T. W. Temple on t he south side of the road, running from the east end of the bridge on the east side of the river and running south til" east, 1 P0 chains; thence south62H* east H. 7.", chains; thence south 40':, 1 * cast 54 links; thence south M%9 west 1.8:1 chains; thence north 82'f, a . west. 4.50 chains; thence south 78)4" west Lafl chains; thence south 81* W. 1.40 chains: thence south 08" W. 4 chains lo the corner of T.W. Temple's fence,bounding His lot; thence along the land of T.W. Tem ple north 111 1 -..? west 3.60 chains; thenco north 13' ,8 east 2.15 Chains; thence north 5° west 4.85 chains to place of beginning, containing ti 3(1-100 acres. Any person objecting to the granting of said petition must tile his objection, if any ho has, at least one day prior to the meeting of the said Common Council. M. KREMER, del td Clerk of Com. Council. 9 SHORT HORN DURHAM BULLS, From Kentucky—being a part of our i:«tli IMPORTATION. These Bulls are American Herd Book ani mals, pedigrees of which we have from tho breeders In Kentucky, Which show them to be closely related to animals Which have sold for fabulous prices. BULLS are at t he stables of Messrs. Metzker& Ferguson AND ARE FDR SAI^E Part Credit given ifdesirad. ROLLIN P. SAKE, Of (lie Saxes, Importers of thorough bred stock. nov22tf d. t. moonkv. j. g. Dixon. OCCIDENTAL LAUNDRY. MOONEY & DIXON (~t IVE NOTICE that (hey have established J the Occidental Laundry, on Flower 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 If needed. Terms moderate and satisfaction guaran teed to all. NO CHINESE EMPLOYED. No Chinese Thrashing Machines Used! Leave your orders at the hotels and at the Fashion Saloon. nov2Utf BACKMAN HOUSE. NEW, COMPLETE AND ELEGANT. MRS. BACKMAN KAN LEASED THE ENTIRE SECOND and third stories «f the Perry A Riley lilock, Nos. ;i(i,3S and 40, Main street, uud will there conduct a first-class Hotel. THE SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS Are unsurpassed in the city—well ventilated, newly furnished, supplied with spring mat trasses and in every way complete, FAMILIES AND SINGLE GENTLEMEN Supplied With the best accommodations In board and lodging. DAY HOARDEIW Taken at the usual rates. THE TABLE Provided with the best the market affords. The traveling nubile and others will here find all the comforts ofa home. nv22 tf WOOLEN MILL STORE ! PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER, Los Angeles Street, near Bemmercial. Suits made to order for Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars. A Brie stock of imported and domestic Blankets and Flannels Constantly on hand. Also, n fino stock of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINCS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &c, Sec, Slc, Ac, Of Foreign und Domestic manufacture, kept in stock and made up in tho best stylo of tho tailoring art. PFEIFKF.NBERGER & SHAUER. sep4-tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GENTINELA LAND COMPANY. SIX MILES FROM LOS ANGELES. ♦ — — . The Home of the Orange and the Lemon. AUCTION SALE — OK — TOWN TjO'X'N —AN D — 5. 10, 20 and 40 Acre Farms, WILL commence on Monday, January 18, 75, AT 12 O'CLOCK M., AND CONTINUE FIVE DAYS. Tho sale will take place on tliu Rancho. Pafl Ics desiring to purcliaso SHOULD BE ON THE GROUND a fow days prior to the sale, In order to EXAMINE THE PROPERTY. Title, UNITED STATES PATENT. Situation. "Centlnela," with the addition of the "Sau sul Redondo," contains 25,000 acres. Tho boundary of the Rancho commences three and a hall miles bom tho city limits of Los Angeles, and extendi totho Pacific Ocean. Topography. •'Centlnela" Ip made upof one broad, level, fertile valloy of over twenty thousand acres, and beautiful fertile rolling hill* near tho ocean. Soil. The s. ,11 Ih an exceedingly fertile loam, and Is, without exception, the richest and most productive in Southern California. Iv vicin ity to the ocean insures a crop without Irriga tion. Excellent wheet has been raised for tho last two years upon the hills adjoining tho ocean. This wheat field contains 1,000 acres and covers tho lightest soil upon tho Rancho. There is no alkuli or barren land. Seml-Troplcal Fruits. There are a few bearing urange mitu nine trees upon the Centlnela, and the fruit they produce is of tho largest and finest qualltv. There la an orchard containing 6,000 orange trees three years old, and 1,700 almond, lime and lomon trees. The almond, lime and lemon trees will bear fruit In 1875. Tho or ange trees will bear In five years. There are 7,000 three-year-old orange treos In the nur sery near the orchard. Eig, peppor and gum trees grow without irrigation. The entire or chard can be taken care of by threo men with six horses. The orchard will be kept undi vided by the company to save the oxponse of each shareholder having a fow treos to take caro of. Each share will entttlo the owuer to about 15 trees In the orchard and about the samo number in the nursery. The almond, llmo and lemon trees will yield an lmmedi uto return, in fivo years each orange tree will produce 820 per annum, or $300 per share for those now planted. There are flowers iv the garden in bloom every day In the year. Sheep. A flock of about 14,000 sheep will bo kept undivided, to save expenses to the share holders. This will give about thirty sheep to each share. Tho sheep will produce, In In crease and wool, over 82 each yearly, over ex penses. They will be grazed upon outlying and unsold lands of the company. The "no fence " law is In force in Ix>s Angeles county. Climate. Tho climate of the Centincla is, without ex ception, tho finest and most equable In the world. It varies but little throughout the year. The mean temperature is about 80 deg. The mercury falls but little below 60 dog. In Winter and rises but little above 60 deg. in Summer. You sleep under one pair of blan kets and with your bed-room window open every night in tho year. Agriculture. The soil of the Centlnela Is admirably adapted for all kinds of grain, vegotable* and fruit. Water. Tho Centlnela creek rises upon the rancho and runs through the northern portion of the tract. It affords un abundance of clear spring water. The source of the Centincla creek constats of several natural artesian springs, showing that artesian water can be obtained by boring. The Town. A square mile is laid otr at an eligible point on tho tract, with lots 30x140; avenue 100 feet and streets 80 feet wide. A stroam of water can be brought iv so as to supply every lot with crystal, cool, sweet water, Provision will bo made for a Col lego and Eurm School. A large lot will be set apart for each relig ious denomination. A block will also bo given for the erection of a large hall by the different Fraternal, grange and Temperance Societies. Fare. Parties desiring to visit tho land should take steamer from San Eranelseo to Los An geles; fare, |12. By Inquiring at Temple A Workman's Bank, In Los Augolos, thoy will bo directed to the Rancho. Apply to Win. H. MAIiTIIV, General Agent Cal ifornla Immigrant Union, 584 California street, San Eranelseo, hot. Montgomery streets; to TEMPLE A WORKMAN, Bankers, or Gen. SHIELDS, Los Augelos; or O. L. ABBOTT, Corresponding Secretary State Grange Immigrant Aid Association, Santa Barbara. P. S.—A second sale will take place on the Rancho. commencing on MONDAY, the Bth of March, 1875. Further Information will be furnished by tho officers aud Director* of the Centlnela Land Company of Los Angeles, who are: F. P. F.TEMPLE, President; F.P. HOWARD, Vice-President: J. H. SLAUSON, Los Angeles County Bank, Treasurer; W. H. J. BROOKU, Secretary; J. M. GRIFFITH, of Griffith, Lynch A Co., Los Augeles; General J. M. SHIELDS, Lot Angeles: O. W. CHILDB, Imh Angeles; D. FREEMAN, on the Rancho. de 2 W. H. J. BROOKS, Secretary. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. - 150 - Holiday Goods Have Just Arrived at the DOLLAR STORE — OF DUNSMOOR BROS., Consisting of the most beautiful collection of Vases, Mantle, Smoker and Colocnk Skis. Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Shell Boxes, card and cigar cases. Brackets, Wall Pockets, I lAT AND T< IWEL Racks, ■ - AND r r oy © In an endless variety. Also, DOLLS of every kind, with children's IPurmtui'o >set», "XVi* Hi-tw, "NY" H&roiiat, AVheelbnrrows, C.'iirtM, llnliv <.'»irriii-£«'H, CJiirryiillw, GOLD and PLATED JEWELRY. A good assortment of Ladles' and Gents' Fall unit Winter FURNISHING GOODS, And a full llnt'of Crockery. Glass Ware. Pocket and Table Cutlery. Constantly on hand. All nf which will lie sold at as low tijrtires as ••mi POSSIBLY afford In this city. On account of our limited room, we advise our friends to make their purchase uf Holiday goods previous to Christmas Week, In order to avoid tho RUSH at NO. 102 MAIN STREET, Opposite the Court House. J»23 CALIFORNIA JL^'al•IIlOl•«' , 3'l.iitiiHl FIBH Insurance Association. INCORPORATED UNDER THE AUN Pi ces of The State Grange, For the purpose of securing CHEAP IN SURANCE for the rAKMERS Of CALIFORNIA. For further information apply to J. TV. STAJf LISA", No. 31. Temple Block, Who Is the Agent for Los Angeles County. nov3l-lni TEMPLE STREET BARBER SHOP Hinii of tho Ifour Lilatht*. DOYLE & SILVER Proi>riotoi , w. Three Firsn-Class Artists Always in attendance to wall upon customers S-ilui v - - %S£i ctS. 11jiii- Cutting. - £225 ets. Shampooiiiii"-. - <*(»*. olve us a call. novl4lf H. RASTER, CI TV Fish and Poultry Market, WHITE HOUSE, LOS ANGELES ST„ third door frem the corner of Commer cial. A specialty mado of all kinds uf Sim Francisco FRESH FISH In thelT season. Also, Poultry, TCgygs, Butter, <« U Ml«-, iN litis, ITVllitH, un«l Obimtrj' JProdiiee. Consignments of prodnco respectfully solic ited. All orders promptly filled and goods deliv ered free of charge in any part of the city. octSS-tf Notice to the Public. MR. BARBIER Has bought the old establishment known as the S| *fiitjg St. l*u.rt>er shoo. And now opens the most convenient rooms in the city. Three first-class barbers alway.s in attendance. Mhaviug, 35c; lluir C'nllliiff, 25c; Nlinni- IKtoulac, 3Sc. Mr. Barbler invites the public generally to come and see him. He enres headache in five minutes by applying his vuluablo Sedative Water, for 2Sc. Also, Ladies' Hair curling. Herman, French, Spanish and Italian lan guages spoken. novl7-lm Well-Digging and Grading. lAMI AM PREPARED TO DO WELL-DIGOINO and grading In the most satisfactory man nor and on the shortest notice. Water guar anteed for Wiloox Lifters of all dimensions. REFERENCES. Ry permission, I refer to Mr. Lon'gstruet, Mr. Ledyard. Mr. Heaton and Dr. Whistler. THOMAS HAMILTON, At A. Ausbrand's, nvl7 tf Cornor Sixth and Spring sts. Rooms and Board AT THE KIMBALL MANSION, New IKisjrh Street, XT EAR THE CONGREGATION AL Church. _Lt| Fine, large, well lurnlshed suites aud sluicle rooms, with all modern improvements and a first-class table. The House Is BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED On high ground aud commands a charming view of mountain and valley. nv3S-tf REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 3, m. haldwin. CHAS. c. BKANK. Real Estate and Money BROKERS. THE FIRM OF J. M. BALDWIN Will negotiate Real Ratals Rale* and Money Loans, ni 99 Downey Week, ground Moor. is:i,ooo win hoy farm of M acre* Una land. v Sfo Irrigation needed, Located near rail" waystion. House and well on the premise*. COR SALE. A LIMITF.D NUMBER ol l Slimes in v mining property, In IjO* ■ n gelcaconnty. stock unassessable. No debt* dm- iiy the ivmpuny. Party sells only a por tion of itock held. A rare nhance for an in vestment With prospect of flc.h returns. COR SALE. i-'-Arm: IRACT on Ban P Pedro street. Price, S5„100. COR SALE.-*» Ai'Ki:s SPLENDID r laud, ( ash value of improvements, $L ? 00. Location, lust outside City. Price, fell FOR SALE. HOUSE with SEVEN moras, iiath rooms etc., complete. Lot l'2oxtt"i feet. Bearing Lime, Lemon,and other trees—vines nearlng—Orange trees will hear next season. Location, choice. FOR SALE. CHdIOE DWELLING, cen trally located, six roomsv nil bath room. Grounds and tries in perfect eoiidltiou. Sold wltli or without Furniture, ami at a bargain, V*? fXi'W's WILL PURCHASE I'M'. >!yrym*y\f\F Twenty-acre int. in town or Anaheim, with house which cost $l,Botx Lot has on It3oo Walnut trees live years old, and three acres In alfalfa. Live fence enclosure. COR SALE-- TWKNTY-ACRk TRACT • adjoining city. 1,000 choice vines, bear ing, and about 100 orange threes. Willow fence. Price, Sl.ftOO. FOR SALE.-IN THIS CITY, one l.Vacre tract, fully set In walnut trees. Good lo cality and will he sold at a bargain. FOR SALE. 'BANCHO OP i>o ACRES with two In,uses, s/ell with thirty feet of water. One ln.lt under lenee. 2.000 Orange, Lime. Lemon, Walnut and other trees. 2«„. 000 Vines. Ample supply of water for irri gation. Title perfect, FOR SALF.-SO ACRES PARMFNC land with dwelling house. Under cultivation last year. Location, near Downey City depot. Water ditch runs through tli" tract. Price, 91.000. COR SALE.-10 ACRES EXCELLENT ■ corn or loliacci. la mi in Azt:sa Town:-hi p. Price, per acre. Apply to .1. m. Baldwin, Ground I'ioor, Downey Block. ont&tlf CHAMBER LIN BANCROFT, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 21 3PRINC ST., - - LOS ANCELES, Nearly opposite I'ostotlice and ('ourt I louse, A:t.850 For 1.: nferCS suburban property, spleu 'P did soil ami plenty of water. is>p $585 F.ir tine building lots near v iollegc, 103 IS.«T."> Kuril building lot between sth ami ii:h «P streets liil dbOOO fur a>neres outside city limits. Land •P is level und soil is sandy loam and unex celled for raising orange, lime or lemon trees. Surface water SO feet. jj.»so for two lots 00x166. (J>9oO for two lots CilxlC.~> coiner. for a plot of ten acres. <fc.fi Kfin :i Beautiful property inside OU|dUU city limits, i' j miles from Post offleo—lo neres, choice and excellent land, covered with fruit trees, many of then) bear ing, consisting of Orange, Lemon, Lime, Cit ron. Apple, Pear, Peach, A ppricot, Almond and Walnut trees. Also, about i!,oeO foreign Grape vines hearing, and a large variety of Flowers, Shrubbery Ac. Good House of eight rooms in good repair, Barn, Henhouse Ac. Uood well of excellent watei. Also the slock consisting of 2 horses, 2 cows, 2 hogs, chick ens, wagon, harness, carts plows and farming tools Ac., Ac, Included. This is one of the most desirable places in Ihe market,and will be sola at a bargain. Cjl.aon FOB A BUILDING LOT ON Fort ip near College, 130x185. 157 02,500 Foil A WELL Improved Farm I »]p near Florance. Forty acres excellent land. Dwelling house, barn, corn crib, well and Wind-mill, trtes &C., Ac Very cheap and desirable property. 17S 01.200 WILL liny a splendid building lot, <J? COxlG'), on Main St., nearOth. ! !l O J ">o. Fur a building lot on Pearl St, with »j> in a half block of the terminus of the Spring St. Railroad, splendid neighborhood and very cheap. 177 0.t.000 For a House and Lot within half a tjP block of l'ieo House. \2i J. 7.000 For a beautiful residence, half a mile •P from Postoflice. Lot. highly improved- House contains II rooms, with all modern im provements. ThlS Is one of the prettiest pri vate residences in the market, 133 ATilO For a splendid building lot on Olive •P street. dtO.ooo For a splendid suburban property of <P 13 acres, located 011 Main street, short dis tance from Washington Hardens. Properly improved as follows: Neat Got hie House P., story of 5 rooms; about 75 orange, lime and lemon, liig, apple, pear and other trees bear ing, and a large number set out in orchard that will bear in twoorlliree years; ornamen tal shade trees, flour garden Ac. Henhouse and stable. Fine soil and plenty of water for irrigation Ac. This is one Of the finest homes offered fOt sale. The owner is compelled to leave t he city to attend his business elsewhere and will sell the above described property at the extreme low price of $9,00 Q. lilti $930 For SJ-i-acre lot on Orange street, ten minutes walk from'terminus of Spring St. Railroad. Plenty ot water for Irrigation Ac. Fine soil for the cultivation of Hie orange, lemon ami lime. 100 $0,000 For an improved farm of 100 acres, located near Florence. 7ti &6.000 For a farm of 40 acres, choice land «P highly improved, orchard, vineyard Ac., including S(H) choice variety of fruit trees. Very fine property. "0 CHAMBER!! N & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, 21 SPRING ST., Nearly opposite Postoflice and Court House. Extensive Sale AT AUCTION ! BY DEWEY. KIMBALL & Co., U. S. Hotel Building, SATURDAY, November 28, AT U O'CLOCK A. M„ consisting of OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES, Double and Single Harness, Robes, Whips, Rugs, RUSTIC SHADES, PICTURES. AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS GOODS nvAf-Ot OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS! I would state to I he public that I have open ed an OYSTER SALOON In the basement, of the U. s. Hotel building, In connection with KRUMDICK & MELCHERT, where 1 will serve Eastern and Pacific Coast Oysters lv every style, day ami evening. Also, Iho Im-sl ENGLISH A LF, ami PORTER constant ly on hand, Oysters Received by every Steamer. Give me a call ami I will guaranleo satis faction. GEO. J. SCHNORRENBERG, In basement ofU. S. Hotel building, opposite Wells. Fargo A Co.'a Express Ofllce, Main St. uovlOtf