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THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
.Per fiotcnior-WASHINo-TOH BARTLETT,
or san jbascisco.
Me Meafeaoaf-Ooveraor .51, E. TARPEY,
for Associate Justices ol (Ac Supreme Court:
Short Term JACKSON TEMPLE,
Long Term JEREMIAH F. SULLIVAN,
OF SAM FRANCISCO.
Long Term BYRON WATERS,
- OF SAN BEBNABDINO.
Ar Treasurer ADAM HEROLD,
OF SANTA CLARA.
Tor itcrtlaruof Stole. WM. C. HENDRICKS,
for Controller JOHN P. DUNN,
OK BAN FRANCISCO.
for Attorney-GcneraHiKOßQS A. JOHNSON,
for Superintcmlent of Public Instruction:
, ANDREW J. MOULDER,
Or SAN FRANCISCO.
/arSuirifcor-General E. O. MILLER,
Jer Clerk *J Supreme Court 1. D. SPENCER,
For Railroad Commissioner:
Third District WILLIAM W. FOOTE,
For State Board of Equalization:
Fourth District JOHN T. OAFFEY
OF LOS Al JELES.
Sixth District JOSEPH D. LYNCH,
OF LOS ANOELES.
FOR SENATORS :
Mth District STEPHEN M WHITE
Stth District L. J. ROSE
FOB ASSEMBLYMEN I
76th District B. S. EATON
wgDistriet TERRENCE COONEY
7»th District W. H. SPCKGEON
#orShcrifT JAMES C. KAYS
For County Treasurer JOHN W, BROADED
For District Attorney GEORGE s PA I TON
For County Assessor R. BILDER RAIN
For County Recorder S. A. WALDRON
Far County Clerk W. J. A SMITH
For Couuty Auditor E. A. PREUSS
For t x Collector W. B. CULLEN
For School Supt T. S. SHAW
For County Surveyor A. R. afREET
For Coroner ,R. C. GUIRADO
For Public Administrator A. M. BRAGG
FOB SOPERVISOBS :
First District W. T MARTIN
Third District T. E. ROWAN
roa justices of the peace :
Los Angelea Township.BOWLES E. TANEY
*« An ? eleßC,ty , W. D.
La Balloua N< LEVERING.
_ „ , 1 J. F. NOKMAN.
«1 Monte ICC. STEELE.
FOB CONSTABLES I
IT. F. BOTELLO.
Los Angeles Ea SMITH.
. _ „ IJ. F. FIGUEROA.
lm Ballona M K. BARRETTO.
„ , (WM. MILLS.
* Moute )W . L. BORDEN.
▼ Eli- PARTY. COt*STY TAXES
US*-, Dent. 8361,000
USS-6 uep. r£\:oo
SBM-6. city tsx *I«\2*2
1866-6, city tax 295,176
Increase first year of Republican
psrty in power, $372,000; per cent, of
increase, 203, nearly. Result—no
roads, no buildings, nothing.
During the current canvass Mr.
Joseph D. Lynch, the Democratic
nominee for Congress, in the Sixth
District, will surrender the editorial
supervision of the Herald.
The American State Ticket.
Following isthe State ticket nomin
ated by the Native American party:
For Governor, P. D. Wigginton, of
Alameda; for Lieutenant-Governor,
B. IT. Waterman, of San I'.ernardino;
for Secretary of State, C. N. Wilson,
of Los Angeles; for Controller, J. E.
Denny, of Tulare; for Treasurer,
George T. White, oi San Bernardino;
, for Attorney-General, Alfred A. Dag
¥rtt, of Tulare; for Surveyor-General,
heodore Reich«rt,of San Francisco;
lor Supt. Public Instruction, Ira G.
Hoitt, of San Franci3co; for Justices
of Supreme Court, Jackson Temple,
,of Sonoma; A. \'an K. Patterson, of
ten Joaquin; Thos. li. MrFarland,
'of Sacramento; ior Clerk oi Supreme
Court, Samuel Frew, of Butte.
Bailroad Commissioners —Firat Dis
trict, Honrv Wilson. Tehama; Sec
ond District, .1. M. Litchfield, San
Francisco; Third District, .lames W.
i Rea, Santa Clara.
For Congress— First District, Charles
A. Garter, Tehama ; Second District,
•* H. McPike, Alameda; Third District,
|W. W. Smith, Solano; Fourth Dis
trict, W. W. M-.tri.'W, San Francisco:
Hftli District, ( has. N. I'elton, Sau
It Mateo; Sixth Di.-tiict, William Nan
s'' ilever, Venluia.
I Btate Board of Equalization—First
I District,.!. S. Reynold*. San Fran
cisco; Second Dintriet, ( . 11. Ran
dall, Tuolumne; Third District,
Thomas Blair, Humboldt; Fourth
' l \ District, M. D. Hamilton, San Diego.
■ Now it goes without saying that
Sphere is and can Imd no objection in
HkSTjr man's mind to being horn under
Hsfsß only popular government in the
Bworld. It is a great and glorious
P privilege to be horn under the Ameri
pten flag. The objection to the Ameri
-1 «an party is that it objects to citizens
ij-af foreign birth, and tries to exclude
BHhsm from a share in the government
lof their adopted couutry. It was on
■pit* very principle underlying this
feshat these United States made war
• on the mother country aud set up for
W Hself. -No repret-cntation, no taxa
litioii Wits tbe corner .stone on which
Bfibs colonies based their rights. This
party tries to deprive the foreign
born citizen of this right which he
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2!>, 1880.
now enjoys under tho wise laws
framed by the founders of this gov
Foreign-born citizens who now en
enjoy this right will hardly help elect
men who will deprive them thereof.
They cannot with consistency sup
port a party which connives at such
a policy. Such voters will read the
above list with much interest and
note that all but one or two of them
are Republicans, and that over two
thirds of them are candidates on the
Republican tickets, State or local,
now before the people seeking their
suffrages. Among them is (ien.
William Vandever, who asks foreign
Republicans to support him for
Congress. There is no place where a
man's influence, if he has any, is
more potent than In Congress. There
lie can ventilate h's views, and so
spread the seeds of his sentiments.
Foreign-born voters will remember
that it is a fair inference that should
a bill to bar foreign-bom citizens be
proposed in Congress, Gen. Van
dever would vote for that measure.
Ira G. Iloitt is another name found
on their ticket and on the Republi
can. Here is another oflice, that of
Superintendent of l'ublie Instruction,
where such sentiments mil}' be fos
tered and spread in a dangerous
way. James W. Rea is there too.
He wants to be Railroad Comtnig.
gioner. Observe that live of the six
Congressmen ore the men who tigure
on the Know Nothing and on the Re
publican ticket at one and the saaie
time. The foreign citizen is likely to
remember this on election day.
The Taxes Again.
( ertain of the Republican orators
on the stump in this county tXTi
amusing themselves and tlieir hear
ers by making statements to the ef
fect that tha Democrats are responsi
ble for the high taxes ruling herea
bouts these times. One of the State
speakers in this city a few nights
ago hail the effrontery to say that
his party had done all that had ever
been done in the Anti-Chinese mat
ter. We must say speakers who
make statements so very wide of the
mark must put a very low value on
the intelligence of the Republicans
who are supposed to make up these
gatherings. In this city and county
the Republican party has a clear
majority of all the offices. Not a
measure can pass but by their action.
They have paid off no Democratic
debts since they came into office.
On the contrary, the county has re
ceived 180,000 railroad taxes, delin
quent from Democratic days. In
view of these patent facts, speakers
who make such statements lack in a
very marked degree either ordinary
information or ordinary truthful
ness. It was the Republican party
which raised the county taxes from
$301,000 to 1781,000. It was the
same party which raised the city
taxes from $195,000 to 1295,000.
Tax-payers would not complain if
there was anything substantial to
show for this. The community is
exceptionally prosperous and able
to pay st fair amount for the support
of local government and internal
improvements. But, no community
is sufficiently rich to pay
taxes which are not ju
dicially expended. It is extrava
gance the taxpayers will not endure.
By the way, some ti.ne ago
the Republican councilmen is re
ported to have said the hole at
the 'corner of Spring and Second
streets was dug by Jake Kuhrts.
As he is about the only Democrat
that sits in the] council, it is a little
obscure how he came to out-vote the
thirteen Republicans who sit with
Grand Democratic Rally.
There will be a grand rally of the
local Democracy to-night at the junc
tion of Main, Spring and Temple
streets. Col. John P. Irish, the dis
tinguished and eloquent editor of the
San Francisco Alia, will be the chief
speaker. Mr. Irish is one of the
most graceful, fluent and fascinating
speakers in the country. To hear
him will be indeed a rare pleasure.
Let there be a great turn-out of all
the party to give him a good welcome.
The assembly will be addressed also
by Mr. W. R. Jacobs, of Tulare, who
is one of the rising young orators of
Thk Trilione disapproves of the
action of the Democratic Central
Committee in offering a reward for
the detection of illegal voting. It
punches a hole in the little wind-bag.
It waxes wrath about "low-bred
scamps who have been known to
deliver voters who voted for so much
a head, but to fasten such crimes on
the Republican party is both dishonest
and untrue." Not so fast, neighbor.
We will be charitable to you as a
strranger. You are not here long
enough or you would know that if
ever an election was corruptly
carried, it was in this southern end of
the State two years ago, and the
corruption fund and its results were
Republican. Now a man who sells a
vote belongs to no party, and the
man who buys one, while he may
not be a ' low-bred scamp, - ' but a
high-bred millionaire, is justas guilty
in the eyes of the law as the poor dev
il,who in iris ignorance and need sells
it. The law is probably half right.
The buyers probably ought to suffer
a double penalty.
Day by day, our esteemed breth
ren in the Republican camp, whist
ling to keep up the courage of the
weak, raise the majority by which
Swift is to pull across the bay, out of
San Francisco. They know, as well
as they know anything, that Swift
was beaten a week after he was, nom
inated, The party started out with a
cry of magnetism and extravagant
taxes. Swift pot into the rural dis
tricts, and everywhere his very pres
ence hastened the approach of winter.
The beans s.nd tomato vines froze in
his wake. Then in San Francisco
went up such a protest against the
high t tx proposition, that evory plat
form formed there—and there are
nine of them—had to adopt the dol
lar limit. It is well known that only
a good business maa and experienced
financier like Bartlett or I'ond can
carry on a economical administra
tion, idere politicians like Swift are
always extravagant and swamp the
ship of State. It is all nonsense to
talk of Swift Carrying anything ex
cept his own conceit. Fven that,
too, will be reduced at an early day.
An esteemed contemporary of the
Kepuhlican persuasion is greatly dis
turbed in mind about the Legislative
ticket and its fate in the coming elec
tion. An effort is made to create the
impression that the Democratic party
is making a special fight for that part
of the ticket. Now. as pointed out in
these columns, it is notorious that
this is about the only part of the Ke
puhlican ticket in which that party
has any sort of warm interest. For
some reason, press and party on that
side of the political fence is lethar
gic to an alarming degree about the
fate of their State ticket, and lor the
county officel the oliice-holders are
the only men who are making any
But getting to the Legislature, and
here there is a little warmth. There
is a Senatwr behind that body, and it
is a notoriously scandalous affair that
the "friends" of A. A. Sargent are
moving Heaven and Earth, and one
might couple Hell, to compass the
election of their man. Higgins, the
boss of San Francisco, has put his
"kids' on that ticket right and left. The
Chronicle says these men are of the
most abandoned stripe. Keepers o f
brothels, men guilty of felonies, low
down rascals who cannot even read,
that journal states are on the Legisla
tive ticket. This action of tbe Boss
of the Bay City has been, after the
nomination of Swift, the mistake ol"
his life. He certainly went too far.
The decent elements of the party aie
up in arms against his "kids," and
great will be the slaughter on election
day. This drives the managers into
the country as the last ditch in this
losing fight. To secure the Legisla
ture and the Senator, three-iourthsof
all the country districts must be se
cured at any cost. The game is a
desperate one, but wiil uot be given
up until the last card is played. All
over the State it is now in progress,
but the wire-pullers will be euchered,
and Sargent will stay at home.
BscAUM the Express has failed to
learn the policy of the Democratic par
ty, that esteemed journal is suffering
from a nightmare in the shape of a
shadow of an idea that the party in
question lacks a policy. Mr. Blame
is an able man in some respects. He
has caught the idea, although that is
not a Herculean task of intellect,
however much so it may appear to
some people. Why, the ExprtM has
never been able to learn its own pol
icy. But that is another matter not
very wonderful. Nobody else has
been able to catch that evanishing
nightmare of thought. Now, if Mr.
Blame could only get on to that lay,
he would achieve an intellectual tri
umph of no mean order —or else peo
ple would think he had gone mad.
The Congressional Campaign.
Following is" the list of appointments of
Mr. Joseph D. Lynch, Democratic candidate
for Congress in the Sixth California Con
g essional District, to address the voters lv
the various towns aud cities ol the district:
Pomona Saturday, Octobjr 28
Sai.ta Ana Monday, " 25
Anaheim Tuesday, " 26
Pasadena Thursday, " 2S
Democratic Mass Meetings.
Col. J. J. Ayera and Wm. Craves, Esci.
will address the people as follows:
Sau Miguel Saturday, October 23d
Cambria Monday, October 20th
San Luis Obispo Tuesday, October 26th
Los Alamos Wednesday, October 27th
Lonipoc Thursday, October 28th
Santa Ynez Friday, October 59th
Banta Barbara Saturday, October Nth
Thai's the price of a 60 miles ride on the
8. P. K. It , a fine concert and an elegant
lunch. Saturday, October 23d. is the day
that we all go lo Newhall to buy lots at auc
tion. 200 building lots will be sold by order
of S. P. Co. by Walter Newhall, auctioneer.
For details aud tickets apply to
Edw. A, Hall,
37 S Spring street.
Now or Never.
We have a few choice lots left on Ellis
avenue. See them aL once aud buy before
too late. Free carriage to-day at 10 a.m.
and I P. M. from 110 S. Bpriug street.
FIVE CENTS PER LINE*
Advertisements In this column to run un
til lorutawill not he considered ordered dis
continued uuhss tne order Is lelt at the bus
iness office of this paper.
DISSOLVED— The firm ol Bridges & J on is
this day dissolved. All accounts unpaid
must be presented te Mrs. T. E. Bridges for
aettlemcut. T. E. BUIBGKd, October 20,1886.
WANTED— A barber, corner New High
aud Bellevue streets. oct23 3t
WANTED -A girl to do general home
work. Arply to WM. MCCARTHY,27
Orange Btreet. oct2B at
A STEADY YOUNG MAN WISHES EM
ploymeut; can do anything. Leave ad.
dress "N.," this office. oct23 It
SITUATION WANTED—By Dressmaker of
large experience: cuts tit— by S. T. Tay
lor system; designs and drape of stylish cos
tumes; would be willing to go anywhere:
just arrived from Chicago. Address MISS
L. A. WARWICK, 127 Taylor street, San
Kranciaoo, Cal. cct2B-3t
fJTRAYED — FROM CORNER FOURTH
,> and Spring streots, FII.LY COLT: color,
dark sorrel; age, 5 mouths; white star on
forehead Liberal reward paid for return
of same to Herrick & Caldwell's Stables,
corner Fourth and Spring. 022 lw
TVO YOU WAN T A PAYING BUSINESS ?
II Write to-'A. H. R.," lis Shaw street,
(or particulars Positive bargain if taken
soon. 020 W Fr Bu tf
AGENTB WANTED for saleable goods;
useful articles. P. C. Agency, 89 North
Spring street. ocl7 Ot
WANTED— A PARTNER WITH FROM
$5000 to *6COO to buy half-interest In an
established who'csalo business; one pre
ferred who cau take charge of bonks and
financial part; retiring partner obliged to
sell his interest on account of sickness.
Address " Wholcsa'.o Business," llernld
QITUATION WANTED —BY A YOUNG
IO man of education as teioher or iv some
business or professional nftlce where brain
work and experience aio required. A3
-dresß 8. W. M., Pasadena. o!9 lit
\\T ANTED PAYING BUSINESS OPPOR
>V tnuiticsat P.O. Ageucv, 39 N. Spring
Parties waiting 015 lm
WANTED— FIRST-CUSS tOOKS.CH AM
bcrmalds, nurse girls and women lor
general h u-ework. MRS C. W. DOW,
Room 18, Downey Block < SM lm
IF YOU WANT A PAYING BUSINESS
call at P. C, AGENCY, 39 N. Spring.
THREE COAT-MAKERS WANTED IMS
adciia; Los Augeles prices paid; extra
price to fine woikmen. F. A. LOMBARD.
\VANTED—From one dozen to 2000 pige
>' ova. Will pay (2 Tier dozeu. Apply to
lOIIN W. GRIFFIN, Agricultural Park.
IVILD ANIMALS WANTED—The highest
"? cash price will be paid for live wild
animals of all kinds, such as mountain
lions, wild cats, deer, antelope, bear, coons,
etc. Large wild birds And monkeys also
wonted. Apply at OSTRICH FARM
ystf On Los Felix Raucho.
■ABSAINS IN KIS All, ESTATE.
IjlOK SALE-TWO LOTS ON CARR
1 street. 50x160 . SIOOO
One Lot, No 4, block 8, Park Tract.
Three Lots ou Wright Tract, 60X15L.. 6500
New lloiue of five rooms on Ninth st 45.0
A B UtGAIN
Two-story House ou Ingram street,
with nil the modern improvements. 7000
FORTY ACRES of laud adjoining Main
and Alameda streets, fronting ou
Main street; fine soil (41.0 per acre
Kino lots on F rt, Peail, Ingram street aud
Property in cily and couutrv lo sell or ex
change at SMI 111 &CI MMINGS','
o22tf 18 Market St., opp. Court House.
"LI OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
J? property—A forty-acre alfalfa i inch,
horses and cows, with good paying dairy
route. Enquire of E. B. FANNING,County
Clerk's oilice. c-22 lm
L»OR SALE —SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
JD Pasadena property—lo seres ou Maren
go aveuue; 7' . 2 seres on Los Robles avenue;
5 acres on Los Robles aveuue. Terms easy.
A. W. BARRETT ,4 CO., 30 South Spring
street. 020 M
FOR SALE CHEAP —House and Lot iv
East Los Angeles. Apply nt No. 92
South Hayes street. ocl7 lit
I,IOR SALE—House aud lot on Temple
House aud lot on Crescent avenue.
Fine lot, 50x150, ou Crescent aveuue, $1100.
96x121 to 20 foot alley, street and lot grad
ed, ou Sand street, one block Irom school;
140 per foot.
Fine lot and house corner Fourth and
Fine lots on Spring St., For' St., Hill St.,
Olive St., Grand Aye., Hope St.. rlower St.,
Pearl St., Seventh St., I'igueroa St., DauaSt.,
Jefferson St., aud at the University.
Bargains all over the city and county to
sell or exchange.
Money to loan. W. W, WIDNEY, 21 West
First street, room 7, up stairs. ocl7 lm
FIB SALE—CHOICE LOTS IN EAST
Los Angeles, (SUO; Houses aud lots from
fIOCO aud up ou easy terms.
10 ocics ou Louisiana aveuue, Boyle
Heights; line view; cheap.
5 Hcres near University.
House and lotou Augeleiio Heights; price
House aud lot on Hewitt street, SlOOO.
Country property to exchange for city
I ots <>n the hill uear Temple st; cheap.
4 lots on Adams street, (350 each.
10 room ltdging bouse, $400.
Ri staurants and lodging houses, cheap.
Gallon SHERMAN & MORGAN,
o!3tf cod 12 Court Btreet.
JJiOR SALE-160 ACRES OF LAND ON
I the Sau Jacinto Mountains; 3000 feet
altitude; commanding a magnificent view
of the whole country; 80 ccro. are good
fanning land; 5 acres are ill orchard: tho
remainder Is covered with pine nnd osk
trees. There are several fine springs on the
place, furnishing au abundance of pure
water. As a Bummer resort this place can
not be surpassed. This property is oilered
at a very low price and is a great bargain.
For further information address GEORGE
EGAN, Han Gorgonio, o!5 lm
TjlOR SALE—7OO ACRES OK LAND, BUIT
_T able for a colony or subdivision, witliiu
17 miles of Los Augeles aud two miles of
railway depots on both the Soulhtru Pacific
and San Gabriel Valley Railway; abund
ance of the finest mountain water for do
mesTc use or irrigation. Apply to MON
ROE A PILE, Monrovia, or C. A. SUMNER
A CO., 14 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, ollllm
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—I6O ACRES
first class laud, 1! 2 miles west of city;
suitable for subdivision into small home
steads: fruit trees aud viuea of all kinds
grow to perfection: flowing well, natural
gas, and best Indications for oil. For spec
ulation or permanent investment no better
opportunity is offered. Title perfect.
Also, lots froutiug ou 60 f et streets in 5
aud 10 acre tracts, ciieaper in proportion to
location and other advantages than any of
fered iv tbe market. Addrfss OWNER,
Po-toflice box 852, or call on JOHN HALL,
architect, No. 7J4 North Main st. o!2 lm
IjlOR SALE-LOTS ON EABY TEH'S,
! only six blocks frcm the Postofiice,
ranging from 9509 to *1300 t will pay buy
era to investigate these, as they arc near
the m.iiu business streets and lots tbe sa.ne
distance iv any other direction sell from
»2500 to S4OJO; tbey lay level, high and
healthy. GILLELEN A BUTRICK, No. 29
South Spring stteet, Room 3. olOtf
IjtOß SALE—Farms of all sizes, and town
■ lota for sale by C. T. WIDNEY, Iron Sul
urSpriugs, Fulton Wells P. 0., Oal. sp4 2m
I/OR SALE—Lot 50x150 between Main and
A- Charity streets aud close to cars; (600.
ROCHESTER A LAYTON,
sep 1 .'t f 9 North Matu street.
IjtOß SALE—To close an estate, 20 acres of
1 highly improve i land at South Pasa
dena; only 130 yards from depot; could be
dlvldrd into lots; owner resides iv Eng
land. Apply to C. W. MORTIMER, Attor
ney-fit-Law, 74 Temple Block. olu lm
O BENT OR FoR SALE AT SANTA
Monica —A two-story house, all fur
uished. Enquire at iSI New High street,
Los Angeles. 021 6t
TO RENT AT THE KIMBALL MANSION,
131 New High stieet, an elegant suite
of rooms, with bay window. 021 6t 1
A FINE, SUNNY FRONT BAY-WINDOW
room to rent. 221 North Fort st. o'iOtf
NICE SUNNY ROOM FOR RENT- Fnrn
Ished. Addre.-s P. O. Box 774. ocl7 fit
lIORI IOR RENT—Two elegant furnished rooms
for gentlemen ouly, at 104 Kast Fifth
slreet, one block from Btreet car. ocl7 tf
Will |,i tit TO INVEST IN ANY' LEGITI
ipIUjUUU mate business tbat promises
fair profits. Address R M., this office.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. C.
W. MORTIMER, 74 Temple Blk. o7lm
T 08T—On Thursday, a chatelaine silver
Jj watch; monogram "H. C. M.,"; finder
please leave at h. JE-VNE'S and receive re
LOST— A PAIR OF GOLD SPECTACLES
and a pair of gold eye-glusbce. A suit
able reward wl'l be paid If left at the real
estate olhoe of JOHN 11 ANNA, 120 North
Main street. o'2l 4t
TO EXCHANGE—Advertiser owns sev
eral tracts, large unl small, of fine
laud In San Diego county, near railroad,
which he will trade for houses and lots in
thia city or auy good town in California;
will guarantee good trade; If you want to
farm and make money this la a chance for
you. For Interview scud address to box 995,
this cily. 021 4t
I OI !»ll».
TJtOUND- On the beach at H inta Monica, a
f SILVER WATCH; owner can have the
same by proving property and paying
charges. Apply to JAMES GORMAN, bania
Monica, at Judge Twitchell's offloe. o2t Ot
FOR SALE—The elegant Kimball Man
sion ; tweuty moras, all (uruisbcd; drive
way to Buena vista street; a good business
opportunity; near Main aud Temple. 028-61
fjlOR SALE—A flue residence lot ou Buena
l 1 Vista street, neaiTemple; also five acres
iv East Loa Angeles Ml New High slreet.
TjIOR HALE—A NICE BUSINESS, IN
_l? eluding pleasant rooms, etc , suitable
for a family, nt 4:i"> Snuth Spring street; tin,
glass, crockery and notions; prleo, ?«00;
rent, 131 per month. 020 .'it
TjlOlt SAUWOMPTON CHEESE EAC
V torv. one half or whole Interest; cash
required, (1000; bilunce us yon earn it;
will take some property in exchange; best
factor* tv the Stite. Inquire No 24 West
first street, Boom l», o2HI
CIO Alt STAND FOB SALE-ONE OF TIIE
best locations in tne city; irood reason
for selling Apply to BARNnTT A 00.,
corner LosAngilcs and Commercial streets.
Ij"0R SALE—A good Milk Dairy and Milk
Route. For particulars address P, O.
Box 461, City. 0c162w
For sale—Or exchange for city prop
crty, one of the finest hotels in the
county. Cull ou L. F. SCOTT, 26.1 N. Main
L.IOR BALE-tieneral Merchandise Bust
J? ucss in Sauta Ami; old established
trade; best location in the town; few doors
from tho Postotlicc. Address P, O. box 2M,
S utii Ana, Cal. o7
17I0R SALE—At a bargain, a fine, gentle
3 hurse, riding or driving, with new plitc
tuu and harueßS, at Belle fue Terrace, end
of Sixth street. sep'Jl tf
I7OR SALE. CHEAP—A large quantity of
. old papers in good condition, suitable
lor wrapping, underlaying carpets, etc. Ap
ply at 11 kaa l ii otllce. aepMtl
SALE—Oue of the best paying and
- best stocked drug stores iv Los Angeles
will be sold or exchanged fur city or coun
try property, or oue half will be sold to a
good man. Apply to B. C. GUIRADO, 231
North Main st. au3tf
CpOB SALE—Houses on tho Instalment
1_ j'lau on easy terms; lodging in,uses
centrally located; houses aud lots iv ail
parts uf town; nnd ac c property in town
aud country. ROCHESTER A LAYTON,
No. 9 North Maiu street. au7ti
l/OK SALE—A butcher shop; everything
X? complete. Owner must sell ou account
uf sickness. Inquire corner First uud Ala
meda streets. JyM tf
I, Al MUt IKS.
NEW FRENCH LAUNDRY.
lift 3 °UTd MAIN STREET, Los Angeles,
W Cal. Telephouo 480. orders promptly
executed and satisfaction guaranteed.
EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY,
WALL STREET, FEAR CORNER SEV
euth. Telephone No. 367. Our wagons
call for and deliver washing iv all parts of
the city. All orders promptly attended to.
Ouly white labor employed. au6*tf
fp-A T .EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, R. 11. 171.
Ci Ticket Broker aud Real Es foSnf
tat-; Agent. Property sold on lustullmeuis.
E. Nil iINGER, removed to 16MN, Spriug.
Telephone lU, Residence Fifth and Hope
CORNER MAIN AND FOURTH STREETS,
Genuine milk bread, genuine home
made bread, plain and fancy cakes, pics,
pastry, etc. Nothing but the very best ma
terial used, and uo pains will be spared to
make this a flrst class family bakery. M.J
RIII IS >N, Proprietor. __auG-tf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
n Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos,
Bernard Block, 11 First street, betweeu
Spriug aud Main. Telephone 222. Orders
will receive prompt attention. seps
MRS. H. A, FRANCIS,
DANCING ACADEMY, OPERA HALL,
Juvenile class Saturday afternoon, SM
o'clock. Adult class iv the evening, Bo'clock.
Residence, Wilson Blnck, First street, Room
No. 38. octt) Im
A RCHITECT. WILSON BLOCK, No. 24
A. West First street, between Spring and
Main. Room IS. 021
Okas. l. intMg Fan's. 0. GOTTscBAUt,
STRANGE & COTTSCHALK,
A RCHITECTS and BUILDERS, Rooms 3
tk aud 4, Solomon .ilook, 44 S. Spriug St.
A. C. LUTCENS,
A RCHITECT- Farmers' A Merclmnts'
l\ Bank Building, Room 25, No. 132 North
Main street, Los Angeles. au'ju
SAMUEL AND JOBEPH C. NEWSOM,
AR.:HITECTB-Room 2, 108 North Main
JR., Los Auseles. au!B tf
E. r, KY6OR. OCTAVII'S XOHOAN.
KYSOR & MORCAN,
ARCHITECTS, ROOMS 1, 2 AND 8. No. 86
South Spring St, Los Angeles.Cal. ocB-tf
ARCHITFCT AND SURVEYOR Room 10,
Philllpa Block, Main street. Realdence
Washington street, Los Angeles, Cal.
Twenty-two years' experience. au4-tf
R. ES. YOUNG,
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT.
OlUcc, Rooms 18 and 19, Roeder Block,
BOA It U AND LODUINU.
THE KIMBALL MANSION,
jit 1 NEW HIGH STREET, 18 A QUIET,
lOi select house. Fine, suuuy rooms,
With ooard. Table supplied with the best
in Ihe market. o2llm
" BELLEVUE TERRACE,"
Formerly Picklt Villa, 439 Pearl street, Loa
Angeles, Cal. The finest location in the
city; take Sixth street cars. "Bellevue Ter
race" consists of three buildings, all con
nected by front porch, end coutaius 140 as
desirable rooms as cau be fouud lv South
ern California. Board aud room 12.00 and
(2.60 per day. Liberal arrangemeuta made
with persons desiring rooms and board by
the month or year. Telephone 518.
Mrs KATIE E. PICKIT.
PARISIAN STEAM DYEINC AND CLEAN
Dyeing and cleaning of every description.
Ladies' dresses dyed without ripping. Kid
Gloves, Flau uels, Rlbbous aud Blankets
made to look like uew.
OFFICE—III South Spring street.
DYE WORKS—Corner New High aud
o2 J. VOLLET, Proprietor.
GERMAN DYE WORKS,
100 SOUTH MAIN STREET—Dyeing and
—•* cleaning of blankets, flannels and
shawls a specialty. GEORGE BOEKHOFF,
Proprietor. au6 tf
CITY STEAM DYEINC AND CLEANINC
OFFICE 140 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
opposite the old place. DYEINC
and CLEANING of every kind of
ladies' and gent's clothing, crape, shawls,
silk and lace, kid glovea and ahoes, flanuel
aud ribbons, lace curtains, blankets, made
equal to new. Black silk dresses made a
specialty. Dye works Ne. 86 South Los An
geles St. Great reduction in prico. aulo6m
LOB ANCELES STEAM DYEINC AND
OFFICE— COR. MAIN and AROADIA Bts ,
opposite Wells, Fargo 4 Co. Dyolug and
cleaning of every deacriptiou of ladles' aud
gents' clothing. Orders taken and deliv
ered. Send postal card. Telephone No. 227.
R6p9 JAMES LARQUIER, Manager.
PROF. ROMEO BERRA,
THE ITALIAN FRESCO AND SCENIC
Artist, exocutes all work iv auy desired
style, nncient aud modern, for ehurohes,
public halls, theatres and residences. Orig
inal plauß in any etyle of decoration drawn
to order, All work warranted aallafactory.
Studio, Room 11 No. 108 North Main street,
Los Angeles, Cal. aop2l tf
NO MORE HIGH PRICES
Underwear, Shirts, etc
EAGLESON & CO.
SO NORTH SPRING STREET,
Branch of San iTrancisco,
HAVE OPENED A LARGE STOCK UF
White ani Colored Shirts, feiwear, Orashirts, Collars and
Cuffs, Gloves, TraveliEi Shirts, etc.
On Hand, all the Best Makes of English and
French Underwear, Hosiery, etc.
GOODS SOLD AT FACTORY PRICES!
ONLY ONE PRICE!
EAGLESON & CO,
North Spring St., Las Aniivles, Cal. oK.3m
BEAL ESTATE* KKAI. ESTATE.
Coronado Beach Co.,
San Diego, Cal.
CAPITAL, - - - ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
E. S. BABOOCK, Jit-. President. fl. L. STORY, Vice-President.
JACOB GRUENDIKE, JOS. COLLET T,
11. SCHI'SSLEIt, Chief Engineer Sprlni: Wm. 11. HOI.ABIRD General Agent.
Valley Water Works.
GRAND AUCTION SALE
. - OF
Coronado Beach Property,
THE PENINSULA THAT FORMS THE BAY OF SAN DIEGO,
THE CONEY ISLAND OF THE PACIFIC COAST,
Saturday, November 13,1886,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M, ON THE BEACH.
THIS MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD IN
SUBDIVISIONS TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
According to a survey representing the entire topography of the tract.
The parcels oilered will be SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER
Secure a Home in a Cottage by the Sea!
Combining all the advantages that life is worth living for. Semi-Tropic in
temperature, with a balmy ocean breeze, PERFECT FREEDOM FROM
FOGS, aud an ALL-THE-YEAR TEMPERATURE AVERAGING TO DEGREES.
TERMS OF SALE:
ONE-THIRD CASH ; BALA NCE IN SIX AND TWELVE MONTHS: interest, 10 per cent
For Catalogues, Pamphlets, Maps of Property, Excursion Tickets aud further detail"
apply or addross.
CORONADO BEACH COMPANY, San Diego, Cal.,
PACIFIC COAST LAND BUREAU.
San Francisco, Los Anoei.es, San Dieoo
Or Sub-Agencies at each county in California.
EASTON & ELDRIDGE, - AUCTIONEERS,
ocB ois market Street. San ft'rauclsco.
THE COMING COLONY!
ISOO FEET ABOVE THE SEA I
NO FOGS ! NO FROSTS !
UNSURPASSED SOIL !
The Home of the Cherry and Fig ! The Finest
Orange Soil in the State !
Abundance ol Water in Iron Pipes !
THK CHEAPEST LAND IN THE COUNTY,
VAX.TJE CONSIDERED !
CALL FOR PARTICULARS AND MAPS AT
No. so south: spring street.
Monte Vista Land and Water Company.
H C BIOLER - Prosldent.l IVnilol IF. H. LOWELL, • Secretary.
ISA AC FELLOWS, Vlce-PreVt. i Capital, $250,000. ||, p. SIQLER, - -Treasurer.
The Southern California Investment Co.
Organised under the laws of California to invest its capital and the capital of others In
first class Real Estate aud FIRST MORTGAGE SECURITIES In Southern California.
«ST»CapitallstH audothorswho deaire to aecure first class Investments or parties
who have large ranch propertlea or Los Angeles city properties they wish to dispose of,
will Hnd it to their advantage to confer with this company.
M-Tho celebrated town of BEAUMONT and MONT COLONY LANDS, In
San oorgoulo Valley, the great aanltarium of Southern California, placed on the market
by this compauy, aro being rapidly taken up for improvement aa well as investment,
Maps of thia property may be had by calling at the offlce of the compauy.
NO. 114 FIRBT ST., NADEAU BLOCK, LOH ANGELES.
BP-LOANS NEGOTIATED FOB EASTERN CAPITALISTS, 001 lm