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SUNDAY- NOV. 27, 1881.
aferald Steam Printing House. The faetmies ef the asauii Steam ■staling Hons* for doing Job work are not earpasssd In California ontatds of San S> ran Cisco and Sacramento. All work en trusted to aa will be executed with neat ness and dispatch at the lowest living rales. StIVUL NOTICK. MersefMr notices ef companies, socie ties, searches, etc, will only b* Inserted tn the Hbbai-o ns paid adverit-c moots, We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat ia directory, whioh will appear every ■■■day morning. Aa a matter of fact there should ' be> nodlffloulty about the successor of Osnoral Fremont as Governor •r Arlsona. With half a dosen ex ceptions, Colonel James G. How ard Is tha ablest man on the Pacific Coast. With bis Cuban and Nice raguan experiences, he would make an exceptionally satisfactory •oTtrnor of oor neighboring terri tory. As he Is a Republican of more than Aye years' standing, in cluding; two Presidential cam pa'z*s, we see no earthly reason why -01. Howard should not bs President Arthur's nominee for Governor of Arlsona. Yesterday's Washington dis patches announced that the Secre tary of the Interior had forwarded the Los Angelea olty patent of 1866 to the Surveyor-General of Califor- ale for delivery. It will be remem bered that another patent was is •aod in August, 1875, covering tbe Idontloal premise* described in the earlier Instrument. It was sup posed that the effort msde to iasue a patent in 1688 was abortive, ow ing to defects in the proceedings confirming the survey. However, our late Snprame Court, In Cruz vs. Martinis, decided tbat tbe pat eat of 1866 was valid, and that tbe statute of limitations commenced to run upon Its execution. For this reason no particular Impor tance etteohes to Secretary Kirk wood's order, except, perhaps, that It ia more satisfactory to have tbis muniment of title on record where It belongs, aa more than five years have elapsed since tbe so-called pateat of 1878 was lasuad. Loa An geles olty property holders may now oonslder their titles forever quieted. Tata dlsoovery of eoplous depos its of petroleum on the Puente ranch shows that a very extensive territory can be relied upon to yield this invaluable oil. The time has at length arrived wben it pays to own an oil well, and tbe profile will increase dally because petro leum ia at Isst entering very ex tensively into manufactures as a fuel. Avery trifling alteration in tho furnace of an engine enables ths employer of steam power to run his works at less tban half tho expense required for ooal. The first well tapped on the Puente gives evsry promise of being a permanent twenty barrel a day wall. Suoh a well at a depth of only two bundred feet cannot fail to pay, and pay largely. The ex pense of sinking la a mere baga telle aa compared with tbe deep wells of Pennsylvania. A half a dosen oan be put down In the time ordinarily taken to aluk one deep well. Petroleum is undoubtedly daalined to be a leading factor In thsaganoies which will contribute to the wealth of Los Angeles county. Thou who are disposed to think tbat we are going to bave a dry year point to tbe heavy frosts wbloh fell on the Sierras in North* •m California as early aa tbe mid dle of September. They aay that tbla circumstance almost invaria bly iadleatea a aeant rainfall. Un ths other hand, tha optimists weather accra, whose experience goes away back to 1849, re call tbe faot tbat there waa much such a Summer in Arisona In IMS- one of the beat yesra Cali fornia ever had—aa that of tbe present year. Then as now Arl sona waa drenobed with water In mid-summer, and if there had basn railroads the bridges would hsve bean washed away, culverts would have bean demolished end the mlaohief would have been to pay generally, aa waa tbe case a ooupls of months ago in tbe "sun* kiaaed land." Here are two dia metrically opposite aigna, aod tbe reader paya bia money and takes his choice. It will be time enough to or«ak abould Christmas paaa without copious rama, although excellent aeaaonabave been known In this State whan the rama were withheld till tbe middle of Febru ary. TsiE lively Imaginations of the artists who get up tbe flash picto rial papers positively seem to know no bounds. In a Jate num. her of one of them tbare ie a out representing- a troop of female mi litia lo Ban Diego, with a snorting and pawing ball in the rear. Tbeae Isaltatera of Pentheellea of old sees* not to be endowed wltb tbe eearage ef tbat Illustrious Isdy. Oa tbe contrary, instead of con verting themselves into mstadora end pleaders, and disposing of his Taarlen majesty iastanter. tbey are In fall tight for fresh IsJAs and paatnree new. It requires a pretty fer tile Imagination to endow San Di ego with a corps of Amazons, in abort dress, leggings, knapsaok, natty uniforms and musket. But tbe artist has gone further, and has actually erected a worm rail fence, of tbe kind so well known in Pennsylvania and other Eastern States, and has eeated several of the young ladies on the "rider." Fancy a worm fence in San Diego oounty! Thleconflding limner un doubtedly believed tbat be was treatingofa well-wooded region, In which ail the axeman had to do was to deal sturdy blows at tbe hickory, locust, oak and other gi ants of the forost. After this we expect to see an extra-sized steam er, of the "Sound" pattern,steam ing b i illy up tbe Sao Diego river, paisinK the Uld Mission, to cosy groves near the foot of Smith's Mountain. THE fact will disclose itself pret ty broadly very shortly tbat the Republicans, in baoklng up Ma hone and re pudiatlon iv Virginia, have overshot the msrk, and will possibly be hoist by tbeir own pe tard. This thing of repudiating one's obligations oan be made very attractive to great n. asses of men In all the States. Hitherto it has been tbe shibboleth of the Repub lican party tbat all publio obliga tions must be paid to the last farth ing, and in honest money. A great many people will reason tbat what is good for the Virginia bondhold er wilt do equally well for those who hold the bonds of tbe United States or of ths State of New York. It is a very open question as to whether, if this issue were square ly raised, it might not prove at tractive lv a majority of the States. Repudiation Is very apt to be catching, like tbe measles or small-pox, and if It once gets a fair start It will leavs many soars be hind. Should a panic, followed by hard times, intervene between now and tbe next Presidential election, it might be quite possible to Ma honisa the whole United States. Tbe Republican capitalists who subscribed money liberally to as sure the victory of repudiation in the Mother of states and states men may yet repsut iv sackcloth and ashes their foolish break. The national debt Is sacred to them be oause tbey aro tbe principal own ers of its securities; while, as they hold no Virginia State bonds, no sanotlly whatever attaehsß lo tbe latter. The masses, however, may not be able to dlßOern suoh a gossa mer distinction. ' Om of the exquisite comedies of ' our politics is to see tbe flue re forming ardor which permeates eaob new Republican Secretary of tbe Treasury aud Attorney-Gen eral. One and all they are deter mined to do wonderful things in tbe Interest of right. Tbe several stages of tbeir zeal exactly repre sent the ardor with whioh Pistol, Bobadil and Bob Acres advanoed to tbe ordeal of combat. A warm en thusiasm pervades tbem at the start which is shortly succeeded by benumbing coldness. Tbe faot is that the pretenoe that any Repub lican will ever expose another Is the baldest thing in tlie world. Windom started a tremendous oru sade against his predecessor, John Shermao, the fraudulent Presi dent's Secretary of the Treasury. A Republican herald sounded tbe note of reformatory zeal as bouo rously as though the whole thing were not n fares, when Garfield took the helm. Windom, how ever, was careful not to allow tbe damaging taota disclosed by Inves tigation to reacb tbe public; but, <m the contrary, he supervised the making up of a whitewashing re port. Nor was that the end. When this partisan report, which washed honeat John Sherman whiter than hyssop, reached Congreas, it was found that the testimony had been withheld. Senator Farley got up and moved tbat tbe evidence which was eliolted by tba Investi gating Committee should be laid before Congress, and it was Honeat John Sherman himself wbo roae and moved that Farley'a motion ohould be tabled. But this infa mous transaction, whose tbin veneering oau prevent no intelli gent man from discerning tbe dark corruption which Jaid below aud waa glossed over, was simply aa nothing to the thimblerig maneu vering which bas enabled tbe Star Route thieves to escape condign punishment. Attorney • General MacVesgh posturised as a reform er. His voles was heard, often and loudly, announcing his determina tion to bring Brady and bis gang ts justice. Yet it was this same MaoVeagb wbo allowed the Grand Jury of tbe District of Columbia to adjourn to a data iv October whioh was one day after the Statute ol Limitations bad run to protect Brady, the Chief of the Star Route conspirators whom he pretended to desire to punish. MaoVeagh thus awlogs between tbo Seylla ol idlotcy and tbe Cbarybdis of roguery. Tbe whole thing Is an in different pantomime, in which tbe thing clearly discernible Is a con tempt for tbe Intelligence and Ihe honest Instincts of tbe people of tbe United States. it is worse than a mockery. It is, in truth, sheer blaaphemy against Republi can Institutions. Aa to them, it answers to what In theology is known as ths crime agalnat tbe Holy Oheat—an inexpiable of fence. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. to the Hzbalo by the Western Union Telegraph Company. | PACIFIC COAST. STOCK KUFOHT, •AN PKANOISUO STOCK. ANI> ICX OHANUE BOARD. MOBHIHQ SKSSIOS sun kbahcisco. Nov. re. 215 Ophir, 65,. B>* 5 Seg Belcher, 7 V4O Mexlc < n. SVd. 720 overman, 2.19, Hi, an. IX, t% 2.20 400 U * O, W, 200 Justice, 800 KBlB,l!j 1100 Union. MS,, IPS, 880 Cala, 550, 60 11%, WVs 1700 Con Va. 1 60,1.56 866 Alta, 4.66. 4.60 600 Chollar, 1.85 180 Andes. 126.96.36.199 75 Potosl, 1 601 :01 Snorplon, 1.25, 800 CrownPolul, 1.40 1-20 1.86, 1.40 b 6 460 Rentnn, Bic BSS Jacket, 8.80, 8.90. 165 Eureka, id 1 . slO 8.85 160 N Belle, lIX. 100H4N.8 2W Albion, 1 80, Uo 100 Imperial, 160 550 <) Gate. 2 25 4110 Belcher, 2.55 ,6il Mt IMabIO.IM 670 S N«v«.la. Ill*, 400 EMt Diablo, 46, lIJ-4. IU, 60c 60 Oonndtmce, 2.50 130 Bottle, 4.65, 4.80 10 Utah, 7VJ 2jo Eureka Tunnel, 150 Exchequer. 1.20 1.80 1700 Bullion, 1.26 80Bulwer,2tO rMSsassn stonsn nad Bass. Fresno, Cal., Nov. 26.—The fol lowing is the list of passengers for the South and East on fhe train whioh passed tbis place at 5 P. M. W B Miller, Yuma; VV Rosen baum, Kansas City; A P Dennlson,. Gen VV SRosenorans,Washington; Miss Mamie Parsons, Now York; Geo Fo*. H 8 Fox, A S Fox, Eng land; S Nordlinger, Mrs P D Mc- Mahon, Mrs Chas Humphrey, Geo E Brooks, Los Augeles; J H Moore, Chicago; L Thompson, Deming; Mr< H E Eagleson, Los Angeles; C Frayer, Globe; F VV Wood, Ban Bernardino; J M Kel sey and wife, ColtoD; W Payne, 8 Louis; Miss Doyle, li A Cunning ham and wife, Colton. EASTERN. UHiasosi Bmlini Washington, Nov. 26th —Tbe resignation of Assistant United States Treasurer Hillhouse has been received at tbe Treasury De nartment. It is understood tbat the office has been tendered to a gentleman of high etandlug In commercial circles. f rwsrrhs el sue Cmua's Xri«i. Washington, Nov. 20ih.—Ei mund E. Smith wos called for the defense iv the Ouiteau case, fie testified that he had thought the prisoner very peculiar, fligbty and rambling iv conversation. John A. Morse, a colored attor ney at law, saw Guiteau at tbe White House during March and April. He took blm to bo a crazy mau. Mrs. Scoville tbeD look tbestaud aud gave a blograpbicai aketob of Guiieau's life, commencing with hie early childhood. While the direct examination of the witness is still iv progress the court ad journed till Monday. Hnamr* ft l>»vis tit mw rare. Washington, Nov. 26th.— Bancroft Davis will enter tbe State Department with Frelingbuysen as assistant Secretary, relieving Hill, who will bd given another position and the vacancy thus cre ated in tbe Court or Claims will be filed by tbe appointment of Secre tary of the Navy Hunt. Oajeesioiss t». caiii'a foiicr Towards Pern. New York, Nov. 26th.—The Commercial* Washington special says: A high official, wbo knows whereof he speaks, says that tbe United States Government will enter a remonstrance against tbe policy pursued Py Chili toward Peru, and intiina'.es, in tbe strong est terms, that tbe government cannot look on quietly aud Bee tho Peruvian government divested of all ita power as a nation, aud that the time has come for Chill to change ber policy of humiliating Peru and forcing her to a position Irom which she cannot recover. It is believed that our government regards the terms exacted of Peru as both oppressive aud urjust, and It Is confidently expeoted that there will be aome moderation in tbe policy now pursued by Chili toward ber oouquered foe, Oaose ol cos's i.euienejr. New York, Nov. 26th.—Tbe World's Washington special says: I; is said on behalf of Judge Cox tbat tbe license he allows Guiteau Is attributable to two motives—one bis belief in Guiteau's insanity and the otber his determination that tbe trial shall be in every re spsot suoh tbat, whatever may be tbe result, neither tbe prisoner nor bis friends shall ever have ground for complaint of unfairness. Bath er than leave a loophole for such complaint, be ohooses to allow the customs of tbe court to be dally outraged and to disregard his duty both to tbe prosecution and to him self. Whatever tbe explanation may be worth, It is put out as a possible reason for hla toleration of Guiteau's impudent statement when to-day's proceedings opened aud for bis subsequent unruly be havior up to recess, consisting of violent and Indeoent interruptions of witnesses and repeated contempt of court by keeping up his gabble after he bad been ordered to stop. E-»y ia H m Mmd. Chicago, Nov. 26th.—The lnler- Ocean's Waeblngtou special says tbat Comptroller Knnx thinks the danger is over in Boston. He bss never feared any widespread finan cial disaster from the Paoifio Bank failure and now he thinks tbat even tbat bank baa some show oi righting Itself aud resuming busi ness. A Ci mpll.nl HurUerrr. Chicago, Nov. 28th — John Ga 'lua Litsenberg, of Germauy, wsa arretted thie morning for the mur der of Hoessel Batcbeler, a farmer at North Evanston. Money re ceipts and tbe clothing of the dead man were found on him. He ad mits the killing and has been tak en to Evanston to await examina tion. pwyiua s>at»njr a Ridf, Tuo«ON, A. T., Nov. 26th.—A special to the Citittn Irom YVilloox eayt: A Mexican by tbe name ul Juan Quesada, formerly a eeotioo band at San Simon, while stealing a ride to tbat plsea from Benson, fell under the cars while passing here and both bis legs were out tff above tbe knees. The mau ma» j ueoessartly die, as there la no pby alelan here. j Judge J. S. Black on Ingersoll. Judge J. 8. Black bas addressed to tbe Pbiladelpbia /'rim an ex planation of hii failure to reply to Colonel Ingersoll'g aeoond artlole on the Christian religion) publish ed In the North Amerioan Review: "From the beginning it was dis tinctly understood that my defense was to be printed in the same num ber with the accusation. The edi tor was, or at least pretended to be, a firm believer in Christianity, and he would not for tbe world publish logersoll's poisonous stuff without putting tbe antidote right ti. aide it—to do so would not only afflict bis conscience but greatly Injure the character o* his Review At tbe time of tbe publication I agreed that If Mr. Ingersoll bad any fault lo find with the result it might seem cowardly to refuse him another chance on the same terms, I was not afraid of any new assault he might matte if be was not ufraid of my defense. Three tnoutbe afterward fifty pagoi of tbe foulest und falsest libel tbat ever was written against Qod or man was sent to me. I was entirely willing to treat it as I had treated the other; that is, give It the answer I thought it de served aud let both go together. But it came when I was disabled by an injury from which I oould not hope to get well for some weeks, aud so I notified tbe editor. To my surprise I was informed that no contradiction, correction or crit icism of mine or anybody else would be allowed (o accompany this uew effusion of filth. It waa to be printed immediately, and would occupy so much space that uone C'lultl be spared for the other side, 1 proposed tbat If Its bulk oould uot b» reduoed so as to ad mit of answer in the same number It should be postponed until a re ply Could be made ready for publi cation in tho uextsucojeding num ber. This and divers other offers were rejected for the express rea son that Mr. Ingersoll would not consent. Findli g 'he Review Gnu trolled >>y him to suit himself, I did not think I was bound to go further. True, I was offered tne onnuce of replying lv a future number, but tbat wm not the privilege I bad bargained for nor lbe duty I agreed tj perform. Besides, If I would write an answer, what confidence could I bave tbat they would not suppres-ilt? A promise of theirs, express or implied, ia 10', iv my estimation, worth a straw if they have an interest in breaking it. Their object was not what tbey professed—to get vindication—but to make a sensation aud increase the tale of their paper. I am especially blumable for al lowing myself to bo taken in by them on this occasion, because the same treacherous concern bad base ly betrayed me once before. After tracking me out and hunting me down to get an artlole from me ou tho great fraud of 1870, a subject then of muoh general interest, aud making by its publication, as tlie proprietor himself told me, not less tban $10,f!00, they handed me and my friends, liv ing and dead, over to be covered with irrelevant slan ders on a bargain that I should not be permitted to refute tbem In their pages. Tbe pamphlet to whioh I was driven oould not reach half the readers of tbe Review, aud the other half proba bly believe to this day that I aud certain other men, some of tbem tbe best aud worthiest In tbe laud, were guilty of tho most atrocious crimes known to any law, divine or human. It was weak in me not to prosecute those libelers in a court of justice; still weaker to condone the offense and put my self in the way of beiug similarly maltreated again. Perhaps, also, it was unwise at the beginning to look for better behavior from ad venturers conducting a magazine without avowed convictions or I principles and without capacity to contribute an original thing of tbeir own except rags and lamp black. NEW TO-DAY. Wanted. A competent woman, to oookJn a pri vate family; wages,s2s: no wasnlni.. Apply to MRS. C.J. ElLis, KJgueroa street, nCT-lw For Sale. AOBEAP HOME of eighteen acres: neat, collage bouse of two rooms, bard finished; verandah on two sides; pipe well, tank and windmill, complete: neat stable; fifty fruit trees, beautiful location; near tbe olty limits on Wash ington street. Price, $180U; fSQO down- Apply to A, 0. Pi Lit, corner tstxtu and Ollvu Btreets. n 27-21 W. B. Prichard, Real Estate Agent, No, 14 Main St., LOB ANCELES novji.lm KOSTETTCrt fl •** CELEBRATED |W „ STOMACH _ gfk> *ITTE* S One ot the Reasonable Pleasure! Of life, a properly cooked meal, afford, little or no present enjoyment and much subsequent torture to it confirmed oyspeptle. But when euronla Inillges tion Is mm. hatted with Hoatettar'a Stom ich Bittara, tbe rood is eaten wltb relish anil, most important of all. Is asslmllat ed by and nourishes tbe sysiem. ;TJse this grand tonlo end corrective also to remedyconstlpinion, biliousness, rheu-. in.il Ism, fever aud ague. fl •»-Kor,»iebyau brocfWU aad ©sal-f •MfMatwlja m NEW TO DAY. Grand Surprise SALE. From date till the ist of January, 1882, we have decided to reduce our immense stock of Men's and Boy's Clothing To Prices Within the Reach of All. BfiTlu making this reduction we am actuated solely by a desire tr*%H |ssr*clothe tbe masses at astonlnglv low figures. Wequote as follows:"tt*g 200 Extra fine Diagonal suits,..s2s 00 Former price $82 60 250 Extra fine Diagonal 8u115... 20 00 Former price , 25.00 250 Extra fine Diagonal suits... 17.00 Former price 22 f 0 800 Extra line Diagonal suits... 15 00 Former price 20 00 200 Extra flue Diagonal suite... 10 00 Former price 15 00 300 Elegant business suits 20 00 Former prioe 26.00 275 Elegant business suits 17 60 Former prioe 22 60 200 Cheviot suits 16.00 Former price 20 00 800 Caseimere suits 10 01) Former prioe 15.00 300 Pairs of Casaimere pants from $1.00 to $6.50. Boy's Olotliin.gr. Boys' suits, 4to 10 years $2.50 Former price $4 00 Boys' suits. 4 to 10 years 3 00 Former price 5.60 Boys' suits, 4 to 10 years 6 00 Former price _ 7.50 Boys' suits, 10 to 15 years 4.00 Former price _ 8 00 Boys' suits, 10 to 15 years 5 00 Former price 7.60 Boys'suits, 10 to 15 years 6.50 Former price 9.00 Overcoats and Ulsters. Chinchilla Ulsters $6 00 Formtr price $8 00 Chinchilla Ulsters 7 60 Former prioe 9.50 Casslmere Ulsters 760 Former price 10.00 Casaimero Ulsters 900 Former price 1160 Reversible Ulsters 10 00 Former price 18 60 Reversible Ulsters 12 50 Former price „ 16.00 We are proud to sty that our stock or FINE CLOTHING is the most elegant I bat over came to this city. Faultless in cut, unique In designs, exquisite iv workmanship and superb in its general appear ance, it oanoot be excelled In this nart of the realm. We particularly call your attention to the foregoing aud earnestly ask you to peruse this column with ihe greatest scrutiny. It will pay you lodo so. Do not procrastinate, but come at onoe and secure untold bargains. JACOB! BROS., Temple Block, nevM-lm AT OUR ESTABLISHMENT The Scales of Justice ARE EVENLY BALANCED. MP* All goods marked in plain figures. Nothing is asked more and nothing can be taken less than the price marked ou eaoh artlole. By this method of doing business we place tbe poorest judge of goods on the same level as the smartest and sharpest buyer. In fact a ohild oan trade with ac muoh seourlty aod confidence at our establishment aa can a person of mature age. Is not to sell trash at low prices, but to sell the BE9T GOODS at tbe LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES; to make our establishment a cosmo politan one, where ttie wants of the laborer as well as the banker can be supplied; to adhere to the strict rule of INJUSTICE TO ALL.*S* /• Wavering neither right nor left, but treating all cuatomera FAIRLY and SQUARELY, Uprightly and Honestly. s<w"W«a would advise all those who desire to buy with their eyes open and want full, value for their money to pay us a visit and beoome posted on the right prices of merohandlse. People's Store, 84 & 86 MAIN ST. liaatp SUTRO & NEWMARK'S New York Cigars ! We beg to oall tbe attention of tbe publio to the following celebrated brands from tbe above-named manufacturers, for which branda we are THESOLE AGENTS AT LOS ANGELES: LA GUITARRA, EL BANJO, SOLE CONTROL, AIRY FAIRY, BABY MINE, SWEET MAStf, LITTLE OFF, CONFESSION. nM E. Ac 00. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Couuvilmas. I hereby announce, to the citizens of ths Hecond Ward tbat I am a candidate for ra*l«tttoß to tba offlce ef Council- I, xoaura. County Warrants, etc. I buy Witness rem, Jury Turn, CHI and Conuty WunnU. Judgments, MM all kinds or claims. C. WHITJI. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CITY OF PARIS. Dress Goods Department, I We are offering this week tbe following Extraordinary Bargains ; 100 Pieces it Cashmere, In all the new shades, At I2i cents per yard. ; 100 Pieces Armure Cloths, At IS cents per yard. \ 100 Pieces Invisible Plaids, At SO cents per yard. 50 Pieces 2 Australian Crepe, At 26 cents per yard. ; 25 Pieces ALL-WOOL Black and Colored Cashmere, At 40 cents per yard. 25 Pieces 44- inch All-Wool Striped Shoodas, At 80 cents per yard. Trimming Department. 40 Pieces Black and Oolored Surah Silks, At 75 cents per yard. 25 Pieces Black and Colored Brocade Silk Velvets, At 91 .BO per yard. o EUGENE MEYER * CO., i 17 & 19 Spring St. .Ay EtxOTJFTD XJJP IN EABT LOB ANGELES. 100 Lots in East Los Angeles, All beautifully looated and being re serve lots, at Irom (75 to t2ol> each. Two Blocks, containing 20 lots eaob. S O feet from atreet cats. Price f 1,600 eaoh. 30 seres ot land, fine vineyard or or ange land, irrlgablo and magnificent view. Price |i&0 per aore. 80 acrss of land at end of street oar truck 1150 per aore. 100 acres on line of S. P. R. R., 2 miles from tue Court House, at $05 per acre; Is fine tree and vine land and part of It If. rlgable. One and one-eight miles from the Pioo Boa,* looaores of land, all Irrigable, well drained soil, fine gravelly loam, with never falling spring of water. Olty Waterco.'s pipes laid to it. Prlc*»100 per acre. 9 acres highly improved with bearing orangu. lemon, lime and other fruit trees; flue barn and oarrlage house. Street graded and sldewalked; has a frontage or 800 feet on Downey avenue aud on line of street cars. Has both ditch and water from pipes to Irrigate from, prioe $4,000. Apply to H. M. JOHNSTON, Or WM. B. PRIOHARD, Real Estate Agent, No. 14 Main St. noVM-lm. D. E. MILES. C. 8. M ILK J . Miles Brothers, Commission Merchants N"o. S Arcadia Blook, Los Angeles stroet, DBALEBS IN ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE. aw Advances made on consignments. •arSACKS, TWINE, eto., always on hand. nistf For Sale. SOMF. OF THE MOST DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS IN THE CITY. M LOTS between Pearl und Hop* and Tenth and Eleventh streets. Also, whole of block P, Mot t traot, be ing 111 lots bet ween Hop* and Flower and Court and Firs' streets. Also, other lota. , WM D. STEP lENB, n3-»m Room 85, Temp, i Block. j. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY BTABLEH, Near corner of First aud Fort streets. awßuggles. spring wagons aud saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day $3.00 Two horses and nprlng wagon, a day. 150 Horse and buggj, per duy.................. ISO Halt a day - LSD aerSATISFAOTION GUARANTEED, aaatf Teutonla Hall, NO. iOO MAIN ST., U. 8. BUILDING Frohllnger & DSathleson, PROPRIETORS. ear WINES, LIQUORS, BEER, ALE and CIGARS of the best brands. «arLU>CHKB of all kinds supplied on short notice. felsif T. 8. HALL. NOTARY PUBLIC. Ofßoe at Internal Revenue offloo. No. 11 Court •treat, ■aroraaray telephone, aiatf I H. BLOTTERSECK 77 Main Street. Cuns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition. Cutlery ....AND SPOUTING GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Alio a Una SHOOTING GALLERY. BEPAiniNG OP PINE GUNS A SPECIALTY. lUtf Baltimore Oyster House Under Ducommun Blook, Corner MAIN and COMMERCIAL Bta. Williams St Starr, Prop's, Announce to their friends and the publio that tbey have opened a llnMlui Saloon and Oystor House •arßeat brands of Wines, Liquors, Ale, Bser and Cigar* always on hand. OPEN DAT AND NIGHT. 029 JOE WILLIAMS, Manager. GRAND WINTER OPENING I FRENCH MILLINERY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCT. IsJTH AND IBTH, At MADAME PRAESENTB, No. 74 SPRING BTREET. The moat elegant stock of French Bon nets, Velvets, Plushes, Flowers, Feath ers and Ribbons ever brought to this olty has Just been received by Madame Prae senta dtreot Irom New York Olty. Tbe ladles of Los Angeles aud vlolnlty are respectfully Invited to oall and ex amine hsr goods beiore purchasing else where. oiS-lm TO LEASE; Farmino LAND in Los Angelea County, in Quantities to Bolt. TERMS—One-fifth of orop, iv eaoks, fur nished by lessor, and ths pasture af ter crop la off. Will also lease on favorable terms Two to Five Thousand Acres along line of railroad m Puente Rancho for two years, Apply to superintendent Santa Anita Ranch. Los Angelas oounty, or address E. J. BALDWIN, The Baldwin Hotel, Han Franolsoo. 02-lm FOB BENT. ■arFARMINQ LAND In Loa Angelea couuty, In quantities to suit. ■ TERMS—One-fifth of orop, la sacks, rurnlshed by owner. Apply to Superintendent Baata Anita Ranoh'l/os Ang,l,s epunty. Oar. or ad dress 4. J. BALDWIN, The Ba'dwm, San Franolsoo, Oal. at-lsa