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Persons having a tendency to
weakness of sight, or those experi
encing unusual fatigue of the eyes
in reading, or similar occupation
requiring close vision, should re
sort to the aid of glasses immedi
ately. Nothlug is gained by wait
ing and muoh may be lost. But it
Is important to have the light
-Uinil of glasses. Do uot buy them
of venders who have no knowledge
of optical science, but go to Hirsch
feld, '.lie practical optician, who
will jjive you a pair of glasses that
will sail you, whether your case be
weak sight, old sight, near sight or
Dealer in books, stationery fancy
and optical goods, 71 Main street,
Downey Bloik. s27lin.
The Bussian Eleotric Baths of R.
Hughes aud Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman aud la
dles will be waited upou by persons
>f their own sex. novHtf
Tne Cosmopolitan saloon, Main
street, under I'emple Block, is sup
plied with the finest liquors snd
cigars to be found iv the city. Hot
ttlMb oomposed of all thedelloacles
of the season every day from 11 to
2, for the moderate price of 15
cents. Oysters in every style and
all other special dishes at reasona-
U;. - Tjoes. Business men will find
iin- Cosmopolitan the most con
y. nlent place in the city. 524-lw
Pruning shears and budding
knives at Sutherland's gun store.
75 Main street. lu>ys
At Pearson's Oriental saloon,
Uovyney Block, you oan get a bit
i|tf of excellent champagne for $1,
tine whiskies, imported direct from
Kentucky, milk punches of a per
fection which reflects unbounded
luinor on their compounders and
•apltal Havana oigars, the latter for
a bit. 526-l m
Beer has a Falstaffilan effect, as
Henry Weil, the brewer of the
Philadelphia Brewery, will testify.
Uood beer makes muscle and fat,
and all the regular patroill of the
Philadelphia Brewery are strong
sod healthy, It nukes the siok
well and the heahliy stronger;
physic is unnecessary and doctors
are played out, If you use the Phil
adelphia beer. Leave orders at the
brewery or send them by mail. De
livered freo to any part of the city.
A. T. McDonouoh, late of 39
Spring street, has just opened the
ACME of Fashion at No. lit, Tem
ple street, where be will be pleased
I*. meet"bill old customers and tbe
public in general, to whom, as be
fore, he guarantees tbe most stylish
and best fitting clothes to be had
in the city.
Cartridges aud ammunition ofall
kinds at Sutherland's gun store, 75
Main street. Iniyft
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re- £
iiufena «reet, near Main, opposite T
jffiUuite4 State* Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and Will be
carried on iu » strictly respectable
way, so that all ladle*, with or
without eacorta, may feel at ease a
tnd receive prompt and respectful t
Uientiou. Oysters In every style, t
shrimps, tea, eolfee, etc, constantly f
>n hand. Job Bayer. „
Ten Cent Shaving Saloon. 1
A Labouge has opened a shav
ing saloon at 138 Main «treet, where 1>
he will be glad to serve the public, t
Qentlemeu with tender faces es- t
peoially invited to give him a call,
The Messrs. Lips. Craigue & Co. J
hive made arraugeraents to receive "
monthly cargoes of the famous Ph. *
Bsst Brewing Company's export
lager beers. These beers are made
at Milwaukee and bottled by the
Messrs. Stamm 4 Meyer. The e
first of the cargoes arrived yester- r
day, consisting of an entire load. t
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co., ,
through this arrangement, are |
(tabled to (ifler special auyautages ,
t6 purchasers. Tho ftret prizes |
Were awarded to this Pit. Best Ex- |
port beer at Hie Centeuuial Expo |
||tion, at tlie Wisconsin Slate Fair, ,
held at Milwaukee, aud at the
luter-State Fair held at Chicago,
Stout, direct from Liverpool, in
pints aud quarts.
12T Main street, Panel buildiug,
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
iqst received a consignment ot
booa lager beer. It ia a su
perb article and oannot be excelled
a> a draught beer. Oysters,
stirimps, hot and cold lunobea of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner M»ln and Ro
nnena atreets, opposite the U. H.
Ladies' sclsi, -'s and pen knives at
Sutherland!* tun *tore, » Muiu
(inns, rifles and pistols a
land's gun store, 75 Main i
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Division <>f Telegrams ami Reports fur
tho benefit of Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at l.ou An
geles, Ca)., Rept.|2B, 1878.
Maximum Thermometer, 74
Minimum " 61
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
Tho church directory will be
fouud on the fourth page.
The steamer Aucon is due from
San Francisco this morning.
On dit that one of our most en
terpisinj Hebrew merchants is
to be married shortly.
Frank Ey, a native of Germany,
was yesterday admitted to citizen
ship by Judge Stephens.
There were light showers of rain
at San Francisco yesterday, with
indications for more last night.
Five dollars reward will be pa d
at (bis offlse on the return of a
wallet containing papers. Sue ad
Ihe Jewish New Year was al
most universally observed as a
holiday yesterday by members of
The types yesterday made us say
that Mr. L M. Holt would talk to
the people of Santa Cruz instead of
Santu Ann, as we wrote.
Judge McNealiy arrived from San
Bernardino yesterday and is regis
tered at the St. Charles. He leaves
for Han Diego per steamer Aneon
Persons desiriug tv secure the
most delightful quarters iv the
city can be accommodated with
rooms en suite or siugle at the
. Col. Tom Molt, Clerk of the Su
preme Court for the Southern Dis
trict, will take possession of his
new office In the Hellmau-Mascarel
Block on Tqeaday next, October Ist.
Los Angeles residents at Han
FraucUco hotels on the 271h: B. P.
Mansfield, B. F. Coulter, Palace; J.
Congreve, X Bouton, Buss House;
S. C. Hubbell, wife and child, The
Baldwin; J. S Clapp, J. A. John
son, American Exchange.
By some happy accident a num
ber of shade trees aligning our
principal thoroughfares are being
trimmed. There is still room for
much pruning, however, as one
can hardly walk along any street
without risking the fate of Absa
lom of old.
"(Jan such tilings he ami over
come us like v Bummer's cloud,
without our special wonder," ex
claimed P. M. I-unkelberger yes
terday, as lie saw the Qloster-like
figure of Gen. J. It. Brierly ascend
ing the stairway of tbe Odd Fel
For once, at least, Postmaster
Duukelberger is pious. He is
sprawling all over the "anxious
bench," ami on the "ragged edge"
of it, so to speak. Wo shall all see
what we shall seel Profound ob
servation 1 I Pithy sentiment 1! I
True to tiie life, nevertheless.
The miners of Trabuco Cafion
have formed a district, to ba known
as the 'IVabuco district. J. H. Mat
thews is Heoordef. One section of
their laws reads as follows: "No
Cbiuamen will be allowed to lo
cate, purchase or work upon any
mineral hearing lode in this dis
Tbe San Francisco traiu, due
hero at 1 !->a p. if., did not get in
till 0 o'clock last evening, The de
tention, we learn from a passenger,
was caused by thesinking of about
300 yards of tho new track between
Martinez and Antlocli, which
made it necessary for the train to
return to Oakland and oome by
the old route.
It will be seen, by advertisement
elsewhere, that the renovated aud
refurnished Pico'House Is ready for
Ihe reception of guests under tbe
proprietorship of Mr. Francisco
Pico. This gentleman is deserved -
ly popular amongst a large circle of
friends and he emphatically knows
how to keep a hotel, We predict
for the Pico under Its new manage
ment a brilliant career
The double column advertise
ment of the Messrs. Dillon & Ken
ealy appears In our New To-Day.
These enterprising dealers have a
stock of attractive and fashionable
novelties iv the dry goods line
which our lady readers wi" ,>e
much Interested In examining. The
bargains to be obtained there are
rich and rare. Obliging salesmen
and low prices add to tbe induce
The Southern Patriot Agricul
tural Association, lo addition to
their already extensive list of
premiums, have decided to oiler a
purse of oue hundred dollars to be
contested for hy the fire and hose
companies of tbe district. Each
company (In uniform! to draw a
carriage weighing f|oU'pound's: dis
tance, one-half mile. Entries
t)i co will
We have Ueeu requested by a
number of persons who live at
Pasadena and San Oabriel to call
the attention of the proper author
ities to the condition of the road
aligning Reservoir No. 5, For
some distance the roadway is so
narrow that two teams cannot pass
and on dark nights it is impossible
for drivers to see from one end of
the narrow place to the other. As
a result, a few nights ago, two
heavily loaded wagons met mid
way aud it was witb the greatest
difficulty tbat oue of the wagons
could be pulled out backwards to
allow tbe other to get through; and,
on Thursday night last, the vehicle
of a gentleman driving home after
dark was overturned, fortunately
without serious accident. This
nuisance has been In existence, we
tblnk, about long enough, and we
call upon tbe Water Supply Com
mittee to abate it before the city is
amerced for Injuries to property,
perhaps life, ou account of acci
dents that may at any time occur.
Tho Express of yesterday, in no
ticing tbe reduotion of fares ou the
Southern Pacific, on the round
trip, between Los Angeles and
San Francisco aud Los Angeles
aud Sacramento, from $46 to $34,
says that it Is only for twenty days
iv October. This is a grossly iuao
curate statement. The reduction
is of Indefinite duration, perhaps
for nil time. The twenty days has
reference simply to the time for
which each round trip ticket runs,
and it means that If the holder is
longer than twenty days on his
trip he loses the benefit of the re
duction —simply tbat and nothing
more. This limit will embrace a
large class of tourists and business
men, for whom tweuty days is am
A cutting affray occurred at the
house of Antonio Bice, on Lemon
street, on Thursday morning at 9
o'clock. It seem that the notori
ous Bamon Sepulveda visited tbe
house, aud being somewhat intox
icated, behaved boisterously aud
rudely. He gave Mrs. Bice a slap
In Ihe face, and she picked up a
tabic knife and slabbed him in tho
loins. Tbe cut is a severe one, but
no serious consequences are ex
pected to ensue. The husband of
the woman swore out a warrant
against Sepulveda for assault and
battery ou Mrs. Bice, and he was
arrested aud lodged in jail. The
examination will take place lv
Justice Atbearn's Court as soon as
Sepulveda is able to appear.—Ana
The Downey Courier of tbe 28th
says: There la considerable excite
ment in Downey over rich silver
discoveries in tbe Sau Gabriel
canon, about three miles from its
mouth, and extending many miles
up the canon. It it said tbe lode
is thirty-two feet broad, and well
defined. We have seen tbe pure
silver smelted out of some of the
rock brought in here. A large
number of persons have gone to
these new mines, which promise to
eclipse Silverado in richness. A
broad wagon road up the canon for
a long distance affords unusual
shipping facilities. The Jamison
mine is turuiug out very rich.
Mr. Will L.Vlsscher, who visited
this city with Captain Jack's com
bination last winter, has assumed
editorial management of the Tu
lare Weekly Times. Mr. Vlsacher
was at one time connected with
the San Frauclßco Mail and other
San Fraisclsoo papers, and, we have
uo doubt, he will make the Times a
very readable paper.
Our exports for the present week
have embraced the following. Bar
ley, 232 sacks, weighing 21,888
pounds; com, 34 sacks, weighing
4,417 pounds; castor beans, 45
sacks, weighing 4,359 pounds; mer
chandise, 1,860 pounds, Total, 82,
--525 pounds.— Downey Courier, 28fA.
Humors of the Investigation.
The investigation which is now
going on into Postmaster Ditnkel
berger's management of the 1-ost-
is aot without Its humors.
The plaintiff is represented by
Hon. U. Wiley Wells and the de
fendant by Col. f, Q. Howard.
Day Uefo.ru yesterday, while testi
mony was being taken as to the
character of the plaintiff, A. J.
Hamilton, Dr. Lindley was on the
stand. He waa asked by Col. How
ard how became to know that Mr.
Hamilton had a good reputation.
. Dr. Lindley—l inquired qs tQ his
reputation before I formed an in lis
niacy with him.
I Col. Howard—Do you always In
quire al (a people's character
before you make their acquaint
Dr. Lindley—l do,
Col Howard- Have you inquired
aa to the character of Col. vVella
Dr. Lindley—l have to some
Col. Howard—l presume that,
aa the result of your inquiries, you
have uo desire to matte his ac
Mr. H. K. W. Kent had been
present at the crosa examination of
Or. Lindley by Col. Howard aud
he thought the ordeal was rather
severe. He therefore prefaced bis
remarks by stating tbat, to avoid
giving Col. Howard trouble, he
would say generally so and ao.
Col. Howard (when his time had
come) —I assure Mr. Beut tbat
Duukelberger pays me for my
The Colonel tbeu proceeded,
with great imperturbability to
cross-examine the ex-Fp.atma.ster
will" great minuteness, ihe lat'ter's
little preface counting for nothing.
Yesterday there was a neat little
scene iv the examining room be
tween Postmaster Duukelberger
and Geu. J- H. Brlerly.
Duukelberger—Did'n't I tell you
to get out of the Postoffice and say
that if you did'n't do It I would
eject you by foroe?
Brierly—No, sir; You did'n't dare
tell me so, nor do you dare tell me
i such a thing now.
i The fateful investigation now
rests till Wednesday next, Special
. Agent Sharp having to respond to
an urgent business call from San
i Francisco. All tbe testimony for
' the prosecution is now in and Post
master Duukelberger will be heard
The Wine Growers Meeting.
A meeting" of tbe vlnloulturists
nnrl hllilnnia irion nf T.na Angeles
county was held at the Court House
at one o'clock p. m., yesterday, to
consider what action should be
taken lv regard to the proposed
treaty with France, which reduces
tho duty ou wines and spirits over
fifty per cent, below the present
On motiou of L. J. Rose, Uov.
Downey was called to the chair,
and D. M. Berry appointed secre
At the request of J. de Barth
Shorb the Secretary read the pro
Mr. Shorb explained that the op
erations of the treaty would be the
destruction of the vlnicultural in
terests of the State.
Oen. Stoneman suggested that,
if not inconsistent with their du
ties, the delegates to the Constitu
tional Convention now in session
at Saoramento be requested to give
an expression against the injustice
of the proposed treaty and tbat
such expression be forwarded to the
Chamber of Commerce of San
Francisco to induce that body to
reconsidering its endorsement of the
Governor Downey made a strong
speech against the whole treaty,
and characterised free trade as the
greatest humbug of tbe nineteenth
century. He was followed by Col.
E. J. C. Kewen in a very eloquent
statement of the subject and a rec
ommendation of immediate action
by tbe people of Los Augeles
Mr. J. de Barth Shorb presented
a preamble and series of resolu
tions which, on motion of Mr.
Rose, were referred to an Execu
tive Committee of Aye, to be ap
pointed by the Chair, aud to report
to amass meeting to be held Satur
day, Ootober sth, at the Court
House at 1 P. M.
The Chair appointed L. J. Rose,
Gen. Oeo. Stoneman, J. de Barth
Shorb, H. D. Barrows and Ben).
Dreyfus (of Anaheim), such com
mittee. This committee will pre
pare a plan of action to be adopted
by tbe citizens, aud will oousider
and report on any aiiblects that
may be presented to it in regard to
the proposed treaty. Frequent
meetings will be held during the
week aud a plan of action present
ed for consideration at the meeting
next Saturday. Tbe committee
will be glad to hear suggestions
from all parties interested aud hope
to see a large attendance at the
next meetiug, commensurate
with the interests involved.
The Boa: J of Directors or the
Horticultural Society held pn im
portant meeting this morning at
their office to consider matters per
tainlug to tbe Fair.
Dr. J. C. Shorb, or Sau Francisco,
has accepted an invitation to de
liver the opening address.
Hon. Ezra S. Carr has bean in
vited to deliver an address on Wed
nesday evening of the Fair.
A. F. Kercheval has been invited
to write a poem for the opening
Various applications for positions
during Fair week were laid on tbe
table for one week.
Geo. H. Bell, the carpenter who
fell and broke his wrist while work
ing on the Pavilion, was employed
as day watchman.
The employment of a band was
referred to the Finance Committee,
consisting of Messrs. Bent aud,
Tbe Society appropriated J25 to
assist the bachelors in purchasing
a first premium (SSO) carriage for
tbe Baby Show.
The Superintendent was instruct
ed to see tbat looal departments
from a distance had as much room
for their exhibits as would be con
sistent witb tbe space to be allotted
and the applications for the same.
Application was made for tbe ex
hibition of a very peculiar instru
ment, illustrating an .unknown
mechanical law, and tbe Society
offers a premium of $',0, to the per
son who wlU' satisfactorily explain
the principle on which the instru
ment runs. This novelty will be
on exhibition daily.
Pending the diaouaslon of two
applications for the publics
tiun of a dairly Fair paper,
Dr. O. H. Congar offered tbe fol
lowing resolution, which was unan
Whereas, Tbe dally papers of
Los Angeles have contributed lib
erally to tbe Horticultural Society
to assist it in erecting its Pavilion
and making our approaching Ex
position a, grand success, there
Resolved, Tbat the daily papers
of Loa Angeles are fully entitled to
Whatever benefits may he derived
from an increase of advertising pat
ronage during Fair week, and we
therefore decline to grant any priv
ilege for publishing or circulating
In (be Pavilion a dally Fair pa
Resolved, That our thanks are
due not only to Los Angeles news
papers, but also to many papers
throughout Southern and Central
California for liberal help in carry
ing forward the enterprise.
Board adjourned for ou,e week.
The Way it Works.
Mr. J. L. Wright, owner of a
ranch on the San Gabriel river, in
front of tbe San Antonio rancho, in
this county, a successful farmer
and dairyman, became disgusted
with California over a year ago.
Thirty-seven cents aud a half per
per pound for butter, the year round
and ten tans of alfalfa per aero per
annum spent their fascinations
upon him so long that they oeased
to be a virtue. He tried to sell his
San Gabriel ranch and borne, but
failed. He then leased the whole
establishment, dairy cows aud all.
Like a bird liberated from at least
a portion of the clogs, Mr. Wright,
with his family, hied away to his
old home, i'ansfleld, Rlohland
oounty, Qhio. Ho visited many
other garden spots of tbat valley of
valleys. He meant business and
was in earnest. He felt every
inch a buoyant and everlasting ex-
Callfornlau. By-and-by he was
not near so buoyant as he bad
been. After a while he was not
buoyant worth a oeut. In tbe
meantime a year of sojourning
East had Sown. The mist was
gone, and bis eyes were opened.
It was shuttlecock enough between
.1- a T>,s, --. T * „_„I »„ _„..„...
LIJV J'.ssb ftUU ljug AUjisiva luuuvjt
after adding one more transit West.
This last transit, reoently accom
plished, amounts to a return of Mr.
Wright to Los Angeles.county, the
most radical pro-Californlan ex
tant. His stray East has cured him
or all discontent with California.
Mr. Wright draws- a sponge over
every entry against California.
His place is do longer for sale. As
soon as the lease expires he will re
enter his now thoroughly appre
ciated Sau Gabriel home. Tbe
allopathic treatment, consisting of
a liberal administration of sojourn
ing East of tbe Rockies, is an in
fallible remedy tor the most
obronio case of grumbling over life
as it is in California.
Dlatrlot Court Satui.vsi>», J
Saturday, Sept. 28, 187
Csjon Irrigating Compan
Cation de Santa Ana Water
pany—Default entered; dr
submitted; ten days to
and ten days to defends
briefs and five days to •
Habeas corpus applies.
Rosita Fernandez—Petition g.
Ed; custody of child given to th.
Cuuulj OuHlt M BTtrBBNS, J.
Saturday, Sept. 28, 1878.
People vs. Jesus VillaSefior— As
sault with intent to commit mur
der—Demurrer overruled; plea of
not guilty entered.
People vs. Clarence Burllngame—
Forgery—Case set for Monday at 10
o'clock A. M , to plead.
People vs. Francisco Tapia—
Grand larceny—Same action.
People vs. F. G. Mitchell—Plea
of not guilty entered.
People vs. Francisco Artega—
Petit larceny—Set for Monday at
10 a. m , to plead.
People vs. Francisco Silva—As
sault with intent to commit mur
People vs. Fernando E-tr,nlo—
Assalt with intent to commit rape
People vs. Ah Gnou, Ah Cliee
and Ah Quorig—Robbery—Same
Probate Court STEPHENS, J .
Saturday, Sept. 28th.
Estate and guardianship of Dora
E. and Frank Yount — Letters
granted to Henry Youut on flllug
bond in $300.
A Strolling Government.
It was announced In a special
telegram from Washington Satur
day evening that the change in tbe
financial policy of the Secretary of
tbe Treasury had resulted from an
opinion given by Attorney General
Devens, who had been hastily sum
moned home from the West by tel
Two Republicans—one of them of
national reputation— met a few
days ago. "A splendid Adminis
tration,we have at Washington,"
"Who in at Washington," in
quired the other; "Is the President
"No, he is out West."
"Is the Secretary of War there?"
"No; I saw it stated he was going
"Is tbe Secretary of State
"No; he Is on his farm, in Ver
"Where is the Secretary of the
"He is making speeches in
"And the Attorney Geueral, is he
I "No; ke also has gone West."
"I don't see, tbeu, that we have
much of any Administration at
Washington," was the remark
which closed this curious dialogm .
iV. Y. Sun.
Joseph Taylor. Whitewater, S. V. B. R.
W. Konig, Anaheim.
Florencio Montijo, Santa Barbara.
Francisco Moreno, Baa Buena Ventura.
W. W. Montague & (Jo., 112 and 111
Battery street, Ban Franoisoo.
A. Mmlenfeld, San Diego.
Mrs. 0. D. Chapman, Oakland.
Messrs. Fedgenbaum <fc Co., Sau Fran
Eddie Baker, care of O. Smiley, Cliff
House Koad. Ban Franeinco.
Mrs. Davidson, 841 Madison street, New
Mrs. Mary Bandy, Nevada, Story county,
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Prompt Reform of Bodily Evils.
The prompt reform of those bodily
evils, enfeebled, digestion, Incomplete as
similation, inactivity or tbe ltver, kid
neys and bladder, as welt aa of tbe ner
vous symptoms whloh the.c ailments
are especially prone lo beget, is always
accomplished by the use of Hosteller's
.-stomach Bitters, a medicine accredited
try pbyaiotana, pronounced pure by ana
lysts and eminently wholesome and
agreeable. Surely auch a restorative ts
preterablo to unpalaiable and Indigesti
ble mineral drugs and unsanctioned
nostrums. Tbe nation at large assuredly
thinks ao, judging by the unprecedented
demand lor the article from Maine lo the
Pacific, a demand now supplemented by
Immense orders for It received from trop
ical America, Meilco, the British and
Spanish Colonial possessions and elae
wnere. Both at home and abroad It la
recognised aa a standard remedy and
prevent Ivo, the deolalveoeaa of Its effects
lecommendlng it everywhere.
No Clearance Sale.
The proprietors of the Mechanics'
store wish to inform the public tbat
tbey make no clearance sales and
offer no baits. We receive new
goods every week and guarautee to
give our customers perfect satisfac
tion and tbe full value of their
money, We also wish tbe publio to
know that we intend giving you
goods lower than tbe lowest, at all
times, not merely for a few days,
but will be with you, we hope, for
many, many years. Patronite tbe
Mechanics' store and you will find
It to your advautage. Do nut mis
take the place. Look for sign and
49 Main street, directly opposite St.
Charles Hotel. een'27-tf
new to-day. jmm
Silver! Silver! J
°-TLVER QUESTION SOLVED AT LAST! The solution of whicHf
' the mercnntile world! This all-important world-wide
-d on MONDAY, September 30th, at the M
3>iro- © Cojnxmitroictl St.,
Who are "t of 9
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOEsJI
AT STILL LO WER PRICES than those which oeoplell'lM
Southern California. THEY MUST BE SOLb > M
order of SHERIFF TOWNEY, the M
SILVEK O-Ij. 1
Will be distributed among the customers: FOUR CASES OF SILVEb.. 1
seized by the Custom House authorities, which we have received from Sheriti ■
Towney, will be GIVEN A WA Vat the IXL A UCTION CO. I
To be Given Away 2500 Silver Tea Spoon*
To be Given Away 1000 Silver Table Spooifci^B
To be Given Away 1000 Silver Fork*vj
To be Given Away 100 Silver Sugar Bowta |
To be Given Away 50 Silver Syrup Onrfl
To be Given Away 50 Silver Fruit Hands J
To be Given Away 2500 Silver Napkin Ring*!
To be Given Away 2500 Silver Butter Knivet^j
To be Given Away 500 Silver Cap* |
To bo Given Away 100 Silver Butter Platen -1
To be Given Away 50 Silver CaatornjJ
To be Given Away 50 Silver Combination Setß'J
This GREAT SILVER GIFT SALE will be inaugurated on ]
MONDAY, SEPT. 30, 1878,1
And each purchaser to the amount of $2 50 will receive a bona'fide FINE SILVJBS iM
GIFT of one of the above-named articles. The SILVER GIFTS will be open jfmM
inspection prior to the sale on Monday, September 30th, and we pledfrXourselvejE M
carry out this programme in this entirety, and we need only add that the
of these GIFTS will be made in an impartial manner and in equity—the lar|p>HLJQ
purchase the more valuable the Gifts.
Sex- SPECIAL NOTICE.
In conclusion we would say that faith will be kept with the public and the above
statement carried out in all its bearings. We are perfectly aware that these high
priced stores will sneer at this Silver Gift Sale of ours, and ask the question, "How
oan they do it?" That is our business; we paid for our experience, and we have
no doubt that these high-priced stores will pay through tho nose for theirs. Suffice it
to say that we paid for the SILVER. We shall at all times conduct our business as
we see fit, irrespective of all outsiders. The simple fact is, the people want cheap J
goods, and we are determined to let the people have cheap goods at the GREAT
SILVER GIFT SALE
On Monday, Sept. 30, and following Thirty Days, at the
IXL AUCTION CO., |
9 COMMERCIAL BTREET. il
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
XTo. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring atrwt,
JN Lo« Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAI LUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
California. His old customers and the
Subllc will And It the place to get BEST
TYLES and KITTING obtainable.
VELVET 4 SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on baud. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, lor whom he
has made clothing.
•a-No necessity to send to San Fran
olaoo for good fitting: suits. deeBo-tf
Notice of Removal.
Xt . BILLS |
I Has removed nls Freight and Transfer
Office from 110 Mala street to
NO. o MAHKKT ST.
Called for and delivered to any part
of the city, by
Reed Si Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can be left at tbe bookstore of
Mr. Bam Hellman. Spring 81. oUtl
A. McKE NZIE)
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood'a
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOI.F
A Co., Sau Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rvo
Direct from Louisville. Ky.. by the Bottle
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SAMPLE HOOM
I. provided with Urn purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
POKTED HAVANA CIGARS.
••-ENGLISH ALB ON DRAUGHT.
Main ttrMt, near Court. Lo* Annies.
South California Pork Market,
No. 17 MAIN STREET,
Will furnish customm with none but
first-class Meals, Sausagea, Head-Chee.e,
Pateaof allklada, Ham, Baoou, Poultry,
Km, Cheea* and Butter. Shop open
from & A.M. to *H p.m. Meat, dsliwad
to all parts of tba city frea. »**
Merchants' Money Exchange |j
LOAN OFFICE, 1
No. 1. Fourth street, San Francisco, has J
removed to Los Angeles, California, oat «BH
aceouut of 111 health, lo j<
Main St., Downey Stock,
Next to Wollweber's Drag Store, oppo
site Commercial .tract.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OB BELL
Watches, Diamonds, Jew elry,
Or Borrow Money
ON THEM, YOU WILL DO WELL TO J
CALL ON R. B. DeBARE,
DOWNEY BLOOK. 1
N. 8.-A larg> lot nf nnredmsMd
pledges oi the above goods will H «Ut j
cheap for cash. alstf 5
W. M. WILLIAMS. W. THOMPSON. '
W. M. WILLIAMS 4 Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage end pjj
WAREHOUSE—San Pedro at. atWOtV J
OrFICK—No*. 1 and 3, Daw***
with Thoaipaoa A Ellis. -m
N. R-We ara pnparad l» nsatn Übsr- M
al loan, on grain atorad wltbaaalOMM am
PER CENT, per month. attr | 1