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which wo noticed the Spitaeuberg, It. 1.
Greening, Newtown Pippin, Fall Pippin, Baldwin, Udy's Blush, Sock No Fur tber, all ol large size ami hard flesh and excellent color. Also an assortment of pears, the Winter Nellie, Duehesse d' Angoulcme, Vicar of Waksßeld, and a plate of pomegranates. Tbsse were the "observed of sll observers." Also one plato of npplo quinces—one sample weighing seventeen ounces. C. W. Reed, of Yulo comity, coutrib al.uut the same varieties of fruit. Do Kernardi ft Oil also contributed samples of pippins ami greenings. Ol tbe above exhibits of fruit it is proper lo remark that although liny were picked about the Ist of September, and have onco before been exhibited at the CdiforniaStatu Fail andthen shipped here, they aro iv lino condition, better than home-grown fruit picked nnd placed at once on the tables. General Bidwell exhibited a plain of oranges, picked from his grove in Butte counly. Though but half-grown they ahow what may be done even in North ern California in the production of semi tropical fruits. A feature of the exhibition was some plates of peaches, the George's Lake, by C. M. Silvn *. Son, of Newcastle, Placer county. The pcaohes were of exceed ingly line color, aud four of tho average in size weighed - lbs II oz, and the largest measured l'J inches in circumfer ence. By thn side uf them were some plates uf the Heath Seedling, contrib uted by il. 1.. Tin elk el, also of Now rustle, of just about tho same line ap pearance and size, hut not quite so bijjhly colored. ? , I HERALD^ ~, , h „ Herald, I. Conn. Herald Steam Printing House. The ll*aii.n sushi PrlnUng House Ii not sur psssed a) si.) Jul' Printing Otneo on the Partite Unaat. outnldo ot Ssn Frsnotseo, In facilities for doing Jolt work. Low prices, good work snd ex pedition may he rolled upon at this offlos llrrntano Bros., Ho. 5 Union Suuaro, New V.irk City, are agents lor the llkrald. It will c iiMlantlv be found on sale on their OUUBSSTa The II as am. Is the official paper of the city of Isis Angeles. Tlio city delinquent tax lists awl all othor municipal notices appear only In lv sol Ths Hbsai.i» otlice Is connected with ths tele phone system of 1.0. Angeles city and const*. Orders (or advertisements or Job work in«y i> sent through tbis medium to number 1.0 , Mr A. 8. Itulllngsw orth It the Hanta Ana agent the llr.mi.n. A Somnolent People. The Hciui.ii in so flamtmyantly a be liever in the future of Southern Califor nia that many people, in what appears tn be to them a hectic era of speculation, think that, though we have been right heretofore, in the future our previsions aro likely to miscarry. Both politically anil seetionally tho Hekai.d Is as true as a die to all that relates tv tho region nml the subjects which come within its purview. Wo had no roserve int saying, aeven years ago, with all tho dark clouds which lowered on this section taken into tho count, that the time was not far distant when every acre of eligibly located land in Southern California, to which was attached a good water right, would sell nt from (500 to $1000 an acre. By some caprice of fortune, the lands which have been moat distant from Los Angelee, tbe future Capitol of tho Stub- of Southern California, havo heretofore sold tin highest. With a water right which Ims inevitable limitations, lands in tho Xiv erside settlement havo sold for figures which make tho San Gabriel granger turn green with onvy. This is nu un natural condition of things. The Kiverside lands have not brought, and are not bringing, aeontnbove their value, bnt tho iiok Angelea lands arc Boiling at an absurdly uhcnp figure. Tho time is not distant v hcu'.tbo most extravagant outgivings of (he HIRALD will seem moderate expressions of opinion as to values, in view of the reality. The grapes exhibited were o intributetl by 1 on Whltcom, of Colfax, a mining town on the Central Pacific Railroad iv Placer county; by C. M. Silva ft Son, of Newcastle; ,1. B. Sanders, oarson ft Co., of Sacramento; De Bernard!, of Sacra oisntoi .i. M. Brewer* Co. and W. it. Strong & Co., of Sacramento. Tlie va rietica exhibited were the Flams Tokay, the Muscat of Alexandria, tho lloso de Peru, the Black Morocco, tho Black Fermi and Purple Damascus. The people of Illinois have never be fore been treated to so inviting and tempting a sight, and yet they wero pro tested hy a significant enrd, "Please do not handle," nnd a number of "slurred police with big clubs. lv the line of canned and pres. rvc.l fruits tho Capital Packing Company of Sacramento and the San Jose Fruit Picking Compony wero contributors. Un |a vital lot of Mr. iloag, s c of the canned und also sumo of tbe pre served fruits wore sampled, and we aro free tv say the very inviting labels on the tins and glasses are Iv no way decep tive. Tho contents are simply delicious, and cannot fail to suit the taste of the most fastidious. ron*, tank, LtVOs Kgypt-ian corn, standing ten feet high ami full of heavy btttdl <>r Mil * "in, was contributed by W. I. Keber, ol PreaDQ county. Chinese sugar euuc, or surghum, fjwelvofeot in height, euntiihiited by K. ( link, of I'Vchiim, shows tin' wonderful fertility of ths soil ami ferofAblenesa nf climate of that part oi the State. Tbo latter remark is equally applicable to a bunch of corn, in stalk, contributed by tbo same party. By the side of the last named tdood a hunch of Arabian or I \. rgn ID millet, standing ten feet high. Tbis ia a new forago plant introduced into the State, and it is becoming m great favorite, equaling and parb*] tn •Keel ll.' ulfalU, or Chil. clover. The latter we found also on exhibition in snmol". In ('alifnrnia this is counted tho beat hay for cattloand farm borscn. It is cut four and live times in the MUOD,aod averages from a tm and a half to two tons at each ciittirw. or from eight to ten totiß in the season, brnitlcs furnishing a large amount of pnstnro forthree mouths in tlie Spring ami Fall. In the tree and vim) lino some remarkable growths were on exhibition, as follow*: \V. EL tt Co., grown at Newcastle, I'laci r i-onn ty, an mange cling-pcach tree, grown ti mn a dowttal hud, on»- \mi 'i urowth, with Ktem an inch and a hall Lfl iliaim ter and standing thirtet n feet high; a late October peach, grown in sumo man nor from bud this season, Miunling twelve tot high. Rati. Wftt WW formed uud had lull heads. AhKl two plnm treei«, this year'a growth, eleTeO feet high ami one inch iv diameter. Also somo limbs cut from bearing plum trees, tbo growth of this year, twelve feet in length, contributed by B. V. Woodworth, of Newcastle, Plaotr eoun ty. Also a grape cane, coutrilmted bj Mrs. O. A. Rice, of Neweantlo, tbis sea son's growth, fourteen feet in length, and one of samo growth, contributed by 11. Marks, id' IVesno county, sixteen feet long. rOMMIfNIONKR IIOAO. This California exhibition was made under the auttpiess and thi- immvdiate MiperviHion U/i I. N. Iloag, the Coinmis ■W&H ol the Iniuiigration I>epartmetit of the Central I'aeitic Railroad and leased linos. Tho contributions were made by the iiulividuids nnd linns abovo named, the railroad company setting the pro ducts down here free of freight. Too exhibition is very tastefnlly and artistically arranged, and does credit to all ei'iiti dnitiiiu' in any way to its sue cosh, ft lias been one of the features during tho fair and will go far toward convincing our people that California is indeed tlir "cornucopia of the woild." WeouthissiiUof tbecoutineiit have here tofore hesitated about believing over half we have been told abnnt tCalifornia, but this exhibition will he likely to make us belifve. as Mr. Hoag nays, that the half bad not been told us. The fruit exhibited ibotlld teach our «rowern the important lesson that it is bettor to grow but ftW and otily the beat vttnotien. Oliforniaiis grow fruit for profit, and have di«counted nil non-paving varie- Hee. Our grower* shonld do likewise, and then tbey would make more money, and r.ii.-'- the ntaudard of our fruits. At tho Into State Fair in Illinois 0011 fissions nf Uw superiority of California products were frftely rendered, ami in mich volume Unit we havo no hesitation in surrendering our editorial hpaee to their reproduction. It la the compli ment of the "Sucker" to tho "tiolden State," and we gladly mirronrter our spaeo to this Illinois opinion. Under the title of tho Illinois Stato Fair, and the minor caption of "A Flattering Fx hihit," we take the following from the Chicago /nfer-Oei'un, of tho Ist inst.: Mr. Joseph Skcnviuglon, Superinton tU-iit of China G, form products, ami Mr. George .1. Haskell, superintendent of Class H, horticulture, presented the fol lowing very fluttering report of tho Cal ifornia Exhibition to the State Hoard of Agriculture: Genti.kmkn: One of tho great attrac tions of the present fair is tbe exhlbl lion of California products in tho Fruit »nd Vegetable Hall. The tables on which this exhibition bns been made have been thronged early and late every day from the beginning of the fair, ami all who have bad thu good luck to nee tho exhibition havu been struck with wonder and astonishment at the extra ordinary elite of the vegetables and fruits and wonderfnl perfection of the grains. As this exhibition was not en tered in competition for premiumus in any Of the classes, wo deem it proper that the names of each contributor nnd article contributed should bo published ia our annual report. We therefore present herewith a list of tlje snme, with the recommendation that it bl made a part ot onr official record* and publica tion. w HEAT, The following are the exhibits of wheat in the graiu; Sonovn, raised on Kaquon Ranch, near Nelson, Itutte coun ty; White t bib, raised by B. Clark, near Lincoln, Placer county, on red land, very line, largo berry; Salt Lake Club, by Esquon Ranch, Butte oounty, large hurry; Pride ol Rutto, by Unbn . ■on Bros)., near Gridley, Rntte county; Tuscan, by Wm. Elliott, near Gridley, Rutte county; Prover, by W. E. dewett, Tehama county; dennessee, by A. B, Wood, North Itutte county; White Club, K*qnon Ranch, Butte ooamtf] White Australian, by R. Musbott, Butte county; SnowUako, by C. W. TlnerduM Rros., Gridley, Rutte county; White Jenueßsee, by Maekey, Butte county; Australian, by Throop, 010 county; Australian, by Chlhorn A Ma ples, of Tulare county. In regard to all samples of wheat exhibited in kernel, we must in justice remark that it has seldom been, our fortune- to see finer. Every sample is plump, full and large in hurry, and would be classed aa No. 1 white in any market. WHEAT IN STRAW . Sonoro wheat (sheaf), by Thomas J. spem-cr, VssaHi, Tulare oounty; Ekmoro wheat, by Chlhorn A afaplea, Tulare county; bailey, by Chi born h Manias, Tulare county; Chili wheat, by Üblhorn A Maples, Tulare oounty; wheal bundle, by d. W. Smith; winter-sowndiarley, by Page A .Morton; winter-town-wheat, by same parties; club wheat, by Page A Morton: Chili wheat, sown in March aud gathered ou June 15, iss:t; Chili bearded wheat, by Chlhorn A Maples; also Chili white wheat, also Sonera wheat, also barley; Sonora whott, by Page A Mor ton, sown April 12 aud gathered dune 12; grown iv otxty days; the straw of this wheat is four and one-half feet long, and beads well tilled und plump; also canary bird eeed and Egyptian corn, by Page A Mortnn; white Chili wheat, b) P. Abort. Lincoln, Placer county; white Chili, on Chapman farm, Lincoln; So nora wheat, by J. W. Alien; wheat, by Lemuel I'ieroe; evergreen or Arabian millet, by Page A Morton; barley, P. Abort. The nMphMMlt feature about this whole DMsMM h that, although Honth ern California e.-u|.l Imve made incom parably them, hi exhibit south of rYeeito eoniuv,it is not represented at all. Alas for comatose I .<--. Angeles! Let us hope that the visit of Mi. I n. rill will introduce a new era. The voice of the Chicago rssairOpOM ought to stimulate our too inert grangery. flare after, let us sue to it, that we are prop erly represented both in hair* held in California and elsewhere. It will pay 1 us to do so.' the people of Fresno are moving iv the matter of incorporation with every I pros pee I oi' becoming n city in fact, as it | already Is in name. The term city I seems to b* a chronic delusion with all the first settlers in California, aud so we have Downey City, Tulare City, Fresno | City, Napa (.'ity, Sacramento City, Amador CUy, College ( ity, Crescent City, Douglas City, Forest City, lowa ('ity, Lake ('ity, Nevada City, Salinas City, aud an independent list of cities that are spriukled over the State like a dose of tho measles. Isn't it time to mi this tloolish business and stop putting cities ou paper that do not exist, and the most of which never will exist? When a settlement becomes a city by incorporation it will be time enough to call it a city, but not till then. We cannot afford to make fools of ourselves in building cities on paper. They will come wherever there are resources to warrant their establishment. We can afford to wait. As cities no crossroads need apply. The wheat exhibited in straw is of a | bright yellow color, with long and large heads, and the straw varying from three to tive and a half feet in length, some of the straw being nearly ns large ns pipe stems ami the wbfi.t-beads averaging from three to five inches in length. tieueral John Hidwdl, of Untie county, Rancho Cbico, assortment of squashes, some specimens of the lnuminotli ('bill, weighing as high as 150 pounds, and measuring foui feel in length, Samples of sugar lieeta, weighing from forty to titty pounds, and measuring two feet in length. White and purple egg plants, round aud long; the round weighing from sit to eight poumb, aud the white* sixteen inches in length. De Bernardi &. Co., Sacramento, con tributed vegetables, as follows: Squash, the I'ride of the Pacific, a pale green inuash, of immense proportions, ami said to keep twelve month* in c i con dition; one same, threo feet fong'jand two ftcl in diametor, snd said to weigh 165 pounds. Also samples of nutmeg melons, highly colored in gold, and of delicious flavor. Samples of early rose potatoes, nine inches long and four iv short diameter, and weighing two pounds Also Carolina ewoot potatoes, nine inches in length and four iv diem eter, splendid specimens. Also samples tit tomatoes, ml pepjicrs, gumbo, lino, beans und cranberry beans. mcm. J. W. Heese, of Fresno, contributed one watermelon, labeled, -'Dr. Tanner's melon," three tent in length and one in diameter; weight unknown. General John Uidwell contributed a large assortment ot green truit, among If you irant your Eastern friend* to know something about Los An ye leg buy the nupcrt, thirt<i-tuo-pnge Illustrated Herald, v Inch it only fifteen cents « copy, or tight for a dollar. In book form it would make, a good-fixed volume, aud it utmcers all the mumitions asked about th" city and county. THE LATEST! Special Id tbe KllUU* mf tli*- W MfM B Uultltl T«lt»ili,|jll < \HM[MUI> . ! PACIFIC COAST. l*aw»i>userM ttoiiih and Katl Kkkhsu, Oct. 13. -The following In a list of Bin.th-.iDii:. 1 passengers piesirg hero to-day: oso Under*, MarysrUhj, Lottie Rob loion, Uextoot Mm Fanny Laoev, R Belt, J M Danetnore. Antonio Uereh, Lou Angeles; H. Forks, C<dton; (Jul Oro Baboook. W .1 l/itton, Miss A V Car.., J O Madean, Sin Francisco; C T Hyer, lown; K M FfntU. W \ Nntts, Portland, Ogn;J Hlnok. Col ton | J A Hi jay, Port TowiißHitd, Washington Territory; A H Blackburn, wife aud two children, Lara mie City, Mont ma; Mrs A Bantu, Mar ■hall, Texaej C M Curtis, wife and daughter, Sncraniciito; W It McKe m and family, in special car. Wheeler W ill Auk Another I'o-t -lioueineut. Han iVeaMOMCN), Oct. 13.-Wheeler, "the strangler," aayi hi* oounsol will ask foi a stay nt execution until tho Su- I I 'M. Court ol Hi,: United Slates shall have, rend Wail ■ decision in the cases of Hurtado and Eaton, the Hacramento muni urn, who have appealed on tho ground that their trials were hail under an information tiled by the District At tcrney of the comity, in violation ol the Fifth Amendment to thn United States lrotutttntlon, \\hick provldei that nil trials for Mony ihall bo by indictment I»y a Urand Jury. Ordered to Complete the Harvey -Dewej'n t'ane. riiAMiMiD, October lit. Tbe United states man-of-war Kaßfer, now at Mhiv 1-liinil", will louve tlio ana of thin month for < 'entral America, to com plete the survey begun by ('apt. W. J. Phillips. Tha unoomnkted portion of the. «mrvr, rounds of about 600 miles of the coast of North Panama. Tbe vessel, with a party of HiO raW, will he under i the charge of Commander Clark. i Dewey, alial Halptrta at rested getter- i day, charged with forging bttla ol lading i on Montreal, Boa ton and other eatteru i cities, suy« he feels conti lent that he | will bo able to clear himself of tho | charges of fraud, and implies that if any forgeries were committed tuey were done by bis parlner, Me Bran. A de-s- , patch was received this morning by the Chief of Police from Inspector Huuscom ! of the Boston Police, dated St. Loads, j stating that he would final itAVS to go to San Antonio to identify the men arretted ] there and after thatowns to Baa Finn- ' ciseo. The prisoner here will be bold ] awaiting rlanscoitta arrival, as be cor rusponds to the description given by Cbfef of Police Adams of Boat m 1 Dewey ha I $1700 on kin when arrcstod. r.t--.i_.) -a« Muting In it; Kdltor. , Ban Franuihco, October 13. Charles \ JohbaOQ, for many yearn editor of the 1 At/a California, tendered his resigna tion to-day. The Hlll Mhniou Case Continued, i San Knwfisi-ii, Dot, I.'..—Tbe esse of ' Miss Hill, claiming to bo the wife of ex- ' Senator Sharon and charging him with ; adultery, was called in the Police Court 1 this morning. Owing to the reported 1 Absence of Nilson, Miss Hill's attorney, ' from tbe city, counsel for the prosecu- 1 tion nuked a continuance for .me week. 1 The motion waa opposed by Sharon's 1 attorney, who insisted that the case ' should i roeeod on tbe day Mt, October 1 IGth. After a long aigiunont, tbe Court granted a continuance. The pruhabil itivs air that tbe BaM \\ ill lie tried as a ( misdemeanor and not as a felony, as originally Intended, it having beeo dis covered bj Mia Hills conns. 1 that the 1 peraon with whom adultery is charged is a single woman and n married, as 1 waa stateil in the eompiaint. Oral decline* to Make Unod Ilia Threat, S.\n Kiiancuco, Oct. 13 During the trial of Jobs S. Gray tor embezzlement hr accused certain Harbor Commissioner* □I it lnny, und said be WOSld go before a grand jury and make a stit. Blent. Judge T.ohy called the attention ol' I ho pres ent grand jury to tMa, and that body notified (Jray that they were ready to hear him. When Captain Healy brought him before the jury (Iray declined to make the promised statement before he had consulted his attorney, as it might tend to criminate himself. It had been asserted that Home pI'J.OOO bed been sent by the Commifsioners to Kaci'ainento to defeat certain legislation, and a number of individuals have been miannoned to appear before the grand jury noift Tues day to tell what they know about the matter. Immigration NntterH. San PraNCISOO, Oct. Kb -The Im migration Association report 1 * the arri val of 1389 immigrants in this State by overland routes for the week ending to day. The Kuropean agent of tho As sociation will arrive here next week, via Now Oilcans, with the first shipload of hnmlgrente direct from Berope under the MtspiOM of the agency. The Mto<*U Board S\n ['iMMisoi, Oct. 13.~ Best aud Helt her, It 26| Cbollar, 'J..10; Coii-ol- Idated Virginia,soj Crown Point. 1.30; Kureke Consoliaeted, -; (knild fcCnrry, 2.30: Hale ft Noivroae, S.MI Mexican, eeO; Northern B lie ;»; Opbir, 6.12; PobMi. o.oo] Ratagi . 1.13; Siena Ne va,la. 4.30; Cnion Co«%olld it. d. 3 00; Yellow Jacket. 53.70. Wheat riall Kejrlay let <-o«a tu rn una. San KitASi'isco, Oct. 13. Tbe wheat market continues dull; seller, si ti'J o S (l/ . ■?l 68 7 S; buyer, season, $1 80 8 tflfl S!" Bftrley steady, with good demand; seller, |1.5~0j seller, season, PB|. EASTERN. l'cver l>i-.'i-t>iiNlnjc at 11. i uionillo. GtjATMAa, October 13.™ MmMHM havo been received announcing the de crease of tlm fever at BMMMfflo. stria gent nauitary measures will hw taken iv nrdlßg the grave* of those who hare died from fever, co as to prevent the possibility of danger from this MMM next year. People are returning. The oity in assuming its wonted MMQI of ac tivity, t'nly two persons died iv the Irifcel wuit A K alnNt the I'ost Boston, Oot, 13.—Edwin ti. Walker (colored), a lawyer, haa entered a libel suit agaiusl the Boston Port Publishing Company for defamation 1 nf oharaotar, contained in an Article in thut paper thin morning. Damages Mi laid at 910,000. Tapers have heen served upon the Post Puhlnduug Company ami a Keeper plaood in the establishment. \vm Mtenmahtir Line. ALBANY, October 13.- The following capitalists have tiled articles incorporat ing the United States Steamship Mail Company, capital 91,000,000: G. W. CJuiiitan.. John Roach, Ed A. QolntaH, Parker C. Chandler, Eugene 1.. Haoer and John I. Waterbnry. The Pariiell Fund. ChIOAOO, October la. Rev. Thomas J, Conaly, of Worcester, Mass., Treas urer for America of the I'arnell fund, notifies the executive committee that the books will he closed November 20th, so that America's contribution oan reach Dublin on tbe date the fund closes there. Tin pr—entation to Mr. I'arnell takes place in that city December 12th. •Silver. Mtarlliitc ■■lisHßf|«j. Hondtc, New Vokk, Ootobar IS,—Bar silver per ounce, 1000 fine, 11104, Sterling hills, on London, 60 day*, |4.82; do flo, sight drafU, *e.W; U. S. 4As of ISM, intnre«t quarterly, $1.145; C. S. 4* of 1907, interest quarterly, $1.21; IT, 8. 3e, 1.00; Western L'uion Telegraph, I liiNiiiance in \'MM lea I lon BOMOM, Oet IS. - Insurance I'oinmii sloaor T. Tarbox ha» made public the Cities in Name. LOS ANOELES DAILY HERALD. SUNDAY MORNING, OCT. 14. 1883. examination into the affain of the City of London Fire InsuranceCompany.Jn". C. Paige, resident manager. Tariwx says the results are satisfactory and that the company is iv a sound financial con dition, hut unsatisfactory in that it dis closes important violations of law dis creditable to business, its conduct and recklessly false statements made nnder oath to the insurance department. * A t I. tlm of the Java Earth<iuak* Bohton, Oct. 13.- A cablegram an- ' bounce* the death of Prof. Wm. Den ton, geologist, for the past two years ; miking scientific exploration* in Aus tralia, Now Zealand and China. He is supposed to have l.o'-n In Java at the time of the earth.|UuU and to have heen one of thevietima. Frut'tlonal (Mold i oln Ute* ttolxert | San Fiusclmjo, Oct. 13 -Colonel Finnegas, of the Secret Service Division ; of tho Treasury Department, soized to day six sets of steel dies for making gold quarter and half dollar pieces, in the possession of Christopher F. Mohaig, a jeweller of this city. The manufacture of these small coins has been on a largo scale, the profit* to the makers being enormous. It Is estimate'! that a quar ter dollar piece cost* only seven cents and the half dollar tifteeu cents. Largo qnentitles of them are sold in the East to Immigrants ou trains coming this way. Criminal proceeding* havo been mispeiideil, pending advices from Wash lngtcm. A Mlrnt iilou-t Kurnue Uniostown, Pa., Oct. 13. A, the trsin on the Houthweatroud wan ap proaching I 1 ion • Htatian, fuur miles oorth of I'niontown, it was run into by an engine which dashed into the middle of the passenger train, There were eighteen persons in the car. The scene waa frightful. Men, women and chil dren were knocked out of their seat* in every tlirection, and few escaped being mangled, bruised or ccalded. Tho cor took tiro instantly and was urapped in U.iiiu H, and almost before the passengers could begotten out it was entirely con sumed. Most of the paflseogers were bespattered with blood and soot, but, iniraculmtw a* itmayHeein.no one tWtt killed, and it II believed none were fatnlly injured. Loan Meeotlated Mkxuu, Oct. 13.— It is stated that tho Mexican Government linn negotiated a load for ten millions with Americans end Oonna_e. The boacli will bo taken Ht eighty-lour cents on the dollar, bear ing 1) per cent, interest, An agent for Completing the arrangements leaves for Mi xico In a few days. Here Mormoa Itupcsj. Salt Lake (U. T,), Oct. 13.- Elder \\ dliuui Pointer, President of the Mor mon MijMun in Indiana, Michigati and Minnesota, anived in Salt Lake to-day, bringing with him thirty converts to the church. He anya the feeling iv tiuiao States lowatd thu Mormon Eldera was very bitter, especially in Indiana, where Elders Murks aud Davis worn tnrred nnd feathered, Ho Elder bad labored in that State during tbe past kcasou without bi'tng subjected to insults and outrage, lv many inetoeccl Monnona were pelt'd vwthrottou egneftud tuba;eo i quids while preaching. He thinks tlie feeling .igfliuitt the Mormons iv the East ■ worse thim ever befcre. A Female Hliootlftt Hetiteneed. New York, Oct. 13.- Helen Leonard, the youtif; woman wbo shot and seiious ty wobnded Mrs. Clarence Smith, was convicted of in the second degree , and lenteneed to the uitentiary for three and a half years. The young wo man became an orphan early, and was ■netted in a convent in Canada. Later she wns a governess in Cuba, and later still, became identified with a wealthy man here, who abandoned her. She charged her abandonment to thi iutlu ence of the woman tdie shot. Coming Mllitar3 I haiiffr*. Washington, D. C. ( Oct. 14.—Gen eral Sherman will, on Novombcr Ist, re pair to his home in St. Louis to await his retirement. The General will be attended priortohis retirement by those ol hia Aides de-Camp whom he may designate to the Adjutant General. Major Uentrei Hancock was offered tho command of the District of the Missouri, but declined it, perferring to retain his present command. His letter of declination was received nt the War Department to-day. 3E3E utTii mMLmM J£La Clip - The Boston One Price CLOTHING STORE IS OPEN FOR BIZ. They've «i*>t '-'in aud They're Beauties. TAILOR-MADE SUITS Men, Youths, Boys and Children. Tliej Don't Come High. You Never Heard of Such Prices Here Before Hen's Suits Oa, s\ ss> and iipvtanls. Hoys' Suits and upwards. Men's Pants tl.ftS and upwards. »S=4: VERY lii INC. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.-^* Cumc anil sco iis. 1 oiiMl lie glad ue came. Open tor Biz six days in the week. Evenings hy Electricity. The Daylight Clothing Bouse. NO. L3,NADEAU BLOCK, reiunded il' |>urchascs not satisfactory. GRAND RE-OPENING Congress Hall. Having thorotttthlv renovated IliU old and Popular Itesort. It has been i:<'-opened Tor lluslness. A is. M»uimil. MpplUd with thu hest the Market affonls, ia Attacked to tke Hull. An UiiiurpaMo.! sin. k of Winas, LiqiOM, Beers ami Ale, kept cunstautly ou huu.l. •...... i Cigar, a Specialty. GIVE US A. CALL. NEW ADVKRTISKMKNTB. NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. tPolaski Brothers, 118 NORTH MAIN STREET, Merchant Tailors, mm Fashionable Clothiers and Furnishers. 111 HAVING MOVED INTO OUR H \_ NEW STORE AT 118 NORTH MAIN STREET We respectfully invite the public to inspect our elegant _~ . ! New Stock of the Latest and Most Desirable Styles FOR THIS SEASON IN READY-MADE OI.OTHIN C3r. In IMen's Furnishing Goods We s,mp,r ask you to see OMr asBur,,, s n »™t High Grades and We have the Latest NOVELTIES from Foreign jf * f\ and Domestic Manufacturers. / ' t&\ \ LOW PRICES / ' U I w,n De ronna ' ln 'very Department. Our Merchant Tailoring Department[ \&. m - mBBIi SO ~^ mLE dealing. We have endeavored to stock with the finest and ' _ choicest rabrics for Suitings and Trouserings for Fall OllQ tlnifOTTn LOW 11106. and Winter, 1883. Having sceured the service* or a flrst-class cutter II I T POLASKI BROTHERS from New York, we can folly assure you entire sat- \ \\Aj& 118 NORTH MAIN STREET, isiactlon as to Ht. «_W*' " ..pisti X.OCB Aweaijatl. Wit nnd flum«r LoVUtISAS, Ky., Oct, 13. - The Courier Journal will publiah to-morrow morning a statement tbat J. Proctor I Knott, Oovernor of Kentucky, Is com piling, in conjunction with A. R, Spot', ford, Librarian of Congress, a work on wit and humor. It is understood that the work will number several volumes, and include the best things from the time of Chaucer to the present. The ; matter for the first two volumes is re ported idmost ready for publication. Pool Heller* Hold PiTTHBruoH, P_,Oet. 13. -H.O. Price ft Co., pool sellers here, psid out $4,545 this afternoon on false reports from the JtrotM Park rurßi The wires bud been tapped and bogus dispatches sent out giving tbe wrong homes as winners in ! the races there. Two f'titAl Fever Cun.-n j Mohii.k, Alabama, Oct. lS.—Thare I were two deaths from yellow fever at j Brewtoti this afternoon, and two more are expected. Two new eases reported to-day. Female nurses are needed. NEW TO-DAY. KOK.i.MAN .It CO., Oljrar Manufac t urur ■. it. 'I . 11' I- 1.,-.t and 'lo Iki i:« -t aWBM im I- iii femtkmi QaUawa. niylsif LECTURE. Mir. T. IT. Stoieua will lacturu again in Ju.Uo. Unjf's l.'uurlM Temple Ulock, thi! (SL'SUAY) evening at 7| o'clock. It L W. PKNJJH c. 0, COOK. DENNIS & COOK, Real Estate, Loan AND INSURANCE. *4s> MAKER BLOCK, References Loa Angela* National Bank; First National Bank: Los Angeles County Bank. Have for sale City Property, Improved and unimproved; Viiifvanls, Urape und Fruit Lands, RaSCQMj etc. Petit tt Notioe of Street Work. Publl* Notice U hereby given that th* t'ouaoit of thn city of Angeles passed ou the Utb day of October. A. D. 1883, a Resolution of In tention, which Ketolution wan approved on tha Bth day uf October, 1883, providing (or tha aradim of Mott Alley At thti expeuje of the propel ty owner*. Aud all parties interested are relerred to said Resolution of Intention on file in tha office ot tho Ulerk of tho Council for further particulars. A copy of said Itaeolntion may bo found in the office of the Superintendent of Street-. E. H BOYD, Superintendent ot BtraoU. Lea Annate*, October 13th, IMS. oot 14 Ist Notice to Creditors. In the uiHtlei of tho estate of Frank W. Nabor, deceased. Notioe is hereby given hy the undersigned ex t-eutiix of the last will and testament of frank W. Nabor, <Uceased,|tu the creditor* of, aud ali l -jismis having claims against the said deoeaaed, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, vwthin four months after the first publication of t!«i.i notice, to the said executrix, at the office of 1), M. Adams, attorney at law. No. 77 Temple Block, In tho city of Loa Aitirele«, in the county ot l.ns Angel,**, Culifonnia. MA HO ABET A. NABOB, Executrix of the last will and testament ot Frank W. Nubor, deceased. Dated at Los Angeles, October 13th, 1881. petit tw Good Business Chance. Nineteen furnUhed room* within three mlnutea unlkof the Court House; rooms now are occupied; will net to th« part.* purchasing this bargain $150 Ler mouth. Enquire of KENNK, FIN NET & KNOX, j oi lit 23 First street PRIZE SHOOTING, i Sunday, October 14th, —AT THE I Loa Angelea Ritlle Club, East Los Angelea. ' 575 WORTH OF PRIZES. Ln'.k in Piatt's show wludow. CI m Shouting Sl.notinjr to commence al 10 A, M. , octll-td HMTI'I MUSICAL IHSTRUMEHt Th* beat and cheapest in the market, will soon Li' ii. Angele* for sale. An organ is already hat*tab* tested. Dr. W. lIA_KI.TIXK, l»rniNt. M i in street, Phillips Block, Boom 12. oolS-lm CHOICE CITY LOTS 1 desirt to mil the follow lag choica city prop erty at Rates Loner than Adja cent Tracts AND INVITE IXMI'AUISON : Nice Gottagß of 1 Rooms, No. 319 Tempi, street. Lot 60 Let front by ISO reet deep. Fifty feet in re.r: grass terrace, trees, flowers. Price, $3,800. Lata on Raat Hide ol' Mala Street. Worth or tVaahlncton (street In width to suit; eich tW feet deep to io-foot alley, st 810 |*r front toot. Lots on t.'.rlisle street, being the tint street east of Main street, on the east side of Carlisle street, at s>l iter front (font, anil on the weft side of Carlisle .tract, at »7 l« front foot. Lot In Schiller tract, on went side of Main atreet, 00x123 feet uith 8 foot alley on north aide; tSOO. «Lot on Fort street, west side, 601.165, tt.fCO. One of the hcUi.lsoni.at unlrapreved lots In the city, In the best residence block in the city; tVU Arres or Land In Man Itarnt t Ranch. with water for Irrigation, e.jual in amount per acre to that of the Chi Ids tract, at 065 per acre, in lots st from fifteen to forty acres. Forty Arrea Near ft'altou Well, At D5O PF.ll ACRE. Fine Lands One and One-half Miles Northwest of Orange, in Lots to Suit. One Block of Eleven Lots, Corner ol Twelfth and San Julian street. Three j sires for sale at »2,«0O, two acres cover.-.! with orapoae, lemon, peach, pear, prunes and other ! trees, and raspberry and strawberry bushes J Lot WV. Corner ol Frank lin and New High Strt*iU. mwH blook from Sprint.; street, 7S feet on , rr:tr.Mi;i t»v 120 teot on New Hiifh. contain ii'if threv koUBBS Price SU.IWO TEN LOTB In Block W oi the Mott Tract, between First anj Second streets, at from «5 to S.IOU each Ten lots in Brooklyn Tract for TKR.MH ON LACH ONE THIRD CASH. ML. Wicks, ROOMS 86 ANO 87 TEMPLE BLOCK. m.v «afmi Important to Ladies Only! On or about the 16th of October, we will open the finest line of DRY FANCY G-OODS Ever exhibited in Los Angeles, our direct importations from Europe and New York. The Latest Novelties! The Finest Hoods and Lowest Prices, Our Motto is: To satisfy and please. . STERN, CAHN & LOEB, «*! OF PAKIs, fcSJtwU lOCS AMU 107 iMORTH SPRIIKO BXRHHT W. P. HBATHMAN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law LOS ANCELIB, CAI. Boom 8, Onyol P»rt« Block. P.O. 8e>477. Jn2Bt! Grand Announcement! t READY AND WAITING FOR YOU, The Finest, the Latest, the Most Artistic [\s\ Styles of / jr lj\ Elegant Clothing j FURNISHING GOODS Jacoby Brothers, The Champion Clothiers of Southern California, Announce to tbe PubHc Their Immense Assortment I Their Immense Bargains! Their Immense Inducements! Their Immense Display 1 tOur receipts of New Fall and Winter Uooda have been simply immense. Wo arc by far the largeat importers in our line, and claim that we receive more goods than all the rest of our competitor, combined. Inquire of the Southern Pacific Railroad Agent whether our assertions are not true. The latest and greatest irresistible success. Now open, each a grand array of attractions in Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's Clothing, Gents' Fur nishing Goods, Hats, C aps, Boots and Shoes, New Btyles lot Fall ami Winter now ready for you. Abeo- ■_r_T lute perfection in fabric, fit and durability guaranteed. The V_H public may be sure of the latest and best. Our stock con* __B tains nothing else. The publio may count on the lowest prici Competition con'l touch ih 'I Ue public generally, _asssssssssss_a«Bss_ are Fine Ready Made Clothing GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 9R We simply ask the public to call and sco our goods, assuring all that the High Grades \mU and One Uniform Low Price will be found in every department iv this HI and attractive dia W§M \\wmW play of styles. Mmm B^Bj JACOBY BROS., ? II Ml. I«L l« and IH MAIN SI KKI/I. TM.II'Li: BUM'K.fe* '^W^ mm m% m f involution Notice. Tlm partoesehlp heretofore cxlating bcte/eari W. 11. ficKaag ana •» B. Thoi»i.«on la thia day dlaaolvad by mutual concent W. 11. McKee* will recelre tba debta due tbe lata firm and pay |1,.11.b.1.««. w. H. M.MAO. ooS-lm 3. B. IHOMP OH. Wlt'liS, LUCAS & BENTLEY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 80 AND 67 TEMPLE BLOCK, LOR ANOELES. ■MM ROOMS. FURNISHED A UNFURNISHED. Mm M. W. Spencer, ols>i, Joae, having leaied tba uppor floor of the lolotnofl t.uildfi>|f. Isj j.re pared to rant out ruruialied rotimu .tint ..flic,. Appl) t" Humphrey, ft HlKfln, No. 27 Spili,, atreet. leplS lm