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FRIDAY OCT. 18, IB7F.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Herat l sia-ua I'rintliu House Is
aot surpassed by any Job Printing offlcr
on th* Pacifto Coast, outside ol Han Fran
fltsoo.ln facilities for doing Job work
Low prices, good work and expedition
osay be relied upon ot this ofni-e.
EvtttY issue ot the San Francis-
Ot Argonaut of late hits been filled
With protests and declarations on
the part of Mr. Bieroe aiient the
Widmer aiTair. Mr. B. stoutly, pro
teats that be was uot "licked" and
claim* that Widmerowes his life lo
hi* (Blerce'-) magnanimity. Mr.
Bieroe founds this theory upou the
fact that he was armed with a pis
tol while M. VV. bad uothing. Not
withstanding all these discussions
and protestations, the press and
publio seem to have a stubborn be
lief that both Plxley and Bierce
were soundly "walloped." In order
that no audi misapprehension may
exist in the future, »« suggest that
tho** gentlemen should drop the
role of magnanimity and ruth
lessly (lay tbe uext man who at
tempts to interfere with their per
pellicular attitude. Better even
tbau the prompt and skillful em
ployment of pistol and B owie-knle
would b* Mr. Frank Pixley's patent
method of disposing of General I.a
Orange. Re la on record as having
? threatened -to limn down that
gentleman's throat and kick his
guta out. This is the eleguit
language Pixley h mself used
before a United States loves
ligattng committee. Now, if
till* process had been resorted to
en Widmer there would be no
occasion fir hebdomad ii c.irdsin
'the Argoniut announcing that its
editorial slaff had not b-etr
thrashed. The bard nf Avon tells
US that "time was that when the
brain* ware out the mm would die,
and there an end." In this age ut
commerce, in which all thedeltca
oles of the several zone* of eartli
are withiu reach of every one's
■ table, a m tu's atnraieh is afar
I more important and vital ptrt of
Ibis economy thin his brains, and
E-etM carryiusr out <>r Mr. Pixley's
■ forcible and novel maiho I of deal-
Ing with au adversary would be far
more effectual than BUrce's pis
tol. To parody the words of tho
"divine Williams," when Widmer's
■ills bad beenkickid out the man
| wnr-sjg} l av.c died ami there would
bave been "an end," not only of an
orohestra leader, but of the sneer
of a preaa which, seems to cast pro
fane aud profound doubts upon Ihe
valor of the editorial
staff. The mere agony of having
had to admit Pixley through bis
gullet woultl have killed the
wretch stone dead.
THE other day we indulge I In a
few wortls relative to Ihe incipieut
paralysis of Mr. Tilden. Tbe tele
graph now informs us that Judge
Thurm-m, of Ohio, is suffering from
•n attack of this terrible ami dis
abling disease. This is specially
unfortunate at a time when Mr.
Tburman was rising to the first
eminence as a statesman. Tlie rep-
utatlon of few of our public men
have grown with tbe steady and
lasting momentum of Thorniau'e.
H* has been ooiiueded for years to
rank am vtirst tbe very ablest m»n
In the U lited Sates Senate. Io
f .C, there are uot wautlng Repub
lioaos, eve i, wil l regtrd him aa
the ablest m iv in Ihat body. Thur
man could hive loume I up much
more formidably thau he has done
were it nit for the fact tliithe
hails from O do. Tit - has lately
been a great deil of Presidential
timber in, and a great m my Presi
dential preteuders from thai
State. In Ills own party Sen
ator Thurtntri ba I toeueiut -.' the
opposition of his uncle, tlie immor
tal ''fog-horn" Aden, who thought
the younger in tv oug'i' t« stand
aaide for him. Then there was
"Kenlleiuau" G'Oiye H. Peuille
ton, who has al ways had a heavy
following both iv a.id out of bis
own State —cough, at least, to
make the path of any oilier Ohm
aspirant lo the Presid-njy a Very
thorny one. We ohservd that we
bave bjen writing ofjjlje Tnur
mau as though we h td set ourselves
lo the task ot composing an obiiu
aiy. For all ire.-i leol ia purposes,
if it 'je true tnat >'ie Senator is
really fro n paralysis,
though he may IIVv for years, to all
interna aud pursues, hi t obituary
might aa well be written. We are
not without hope, however, that
tha agent of the Associated Press
b ta made a blunder.
A tkleouam ut estenliy in
forme us that the S -la Margarita
y Lis Ktores ranch has hren re
dueed Itfty thousand ncree by a re
cent deeielou of Hie Unite,l Slate?
Land Office. We were not aware
that Don Juan Forster claimed -
much land, but tho telegram re
calls to our recollection a most de
termined ami eneixetlc effort mailt
by Ihat getilltmun In divide aid
colonize hia extensive property—an
example which we commend to nl I
large land holders In California.
His plan embraced coloiilution <>f
Industrious working people from
Europe. Tbey were granted many
privileges, and the project neede.i
but one thing to assure Its entire
euccees, viz, the building of the
Texan-Paciliu lt-til way. The em
baraeement of Col. Tom Scotland
41m suspension of wuik ou tbe
western terminus of tbe Texas-
Pacific compelled Don Juan Korster
to reserve Ihe execution of bis
scheme for some more propitious
time. We are surprised that our
largo land owners do uot reaott
more liberally to the colonization
plan. Iv every instance In which
It has been resorted to in Califor
nia, especially in Siuthern Callfor
uia, and nsor* especially in Los
Angeles county, colonies have been
thorough successes. Riverside,
Anaheim and Pasadena are nota
ble examples of this fact. These
experiments should he multiplied
on every hand. A more liberal
spirit on tbe part of our lurge land
owners would 9000 double the pop
ulation of this section. And we
are not without hope of its devel
opment, following the hard limes
of the past two years.
THB Republicans prove to belli
a decided minority of the popular
vote of Ohio, end their plurality
over the Democracy on the State
ticket appears to be only three
thousand and some hundreds. Our
Congressional gains are highly
gratifying. Ohio Is a State which,
about twice in twenty years, on
some "off year," goes Democratic.
Should the next Presidential elec
tion be carried Into the House of
Representatives, tlie vote of the
State of Ohio would coun' for tlie
Democratic candidate. This makes
two States, tbe flrst being Oregon,
which we have already wrested
from the Republican column. It I
is worthy of remark that the vote
in Ohio did Dot show the large per
centage of gain for the Nationals
ami greenbsckers which those can
didates aoafl lently predisted. Toe
inorease over tile vote of last year
shown by these side show- is very
trifling.
Precisely as we expected, the
allegation Ihat any pipers reining
to Mr. Til leu iv the Marquette
Iron Works case had b*en stolen
proves lo have been an infamous
lie. The kct. is that the Repub
lican pressjfml leaden seem to he
inspired by a malice nguinst Mr.
Tilden Ihat would haidly stop
short of murder. Not a single pa
per has been abstracted from this
ca-e, and the fact that Mr. Tlldeo'a
counsel, a reputable and able law
yes, took the papers for examina
tion, formally receipting for them,
was availed of by these slander
mongers for anolher low, mean und
contemptible Insinuation against
tho muu whom, after robbing of
offlce, they desire to rob utterly of
his good name. Ii is a poor system
oftaolijs, wbluU will prove abort
ive from Ihe start.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
lal 10 tiro HfcaxLD by the Western
Ualoa Teleurapii Cumrany.
Pacific Coast News.
huh I'mnclßCii VfnrtifilM.
Bam Francisco, Oct. 17 — Wheat
:quiei; goal ehippinir $1 65(3)1 07$;
I choice milling Jl GTj@l TO. Bur
ley steady; brewtiigfl I7J@l 25;
i bay fee.) $1 0311311 10;c->a«i t •■ <i 80*.
jO'tsJuil; Uniifuriila $1 S7J
Cor , small yellow SI small
while $1 1-5. Hyesl IM}l iS). Hay
unchanged. Potatoes 750 aud $1 15
outside rot Humboldt.
R|.olt»tll*f Kin*r«»|»»l VHMf-rntV".
San Francisco, Odl. 17—At a
meeiinir In-tlay nf tlie Melh
mlist Episcopal Conference the
names (if S. W. I).vies, \V. W.
Winter!, T. 0. Btrion, W T.
Couipton, W A. Fin.ey, A. Odon.
T. H. H. Anderson, 0 Chamber*
lalti, J O. Shelton, T. S Kurneti.
J C. Hyden, J. U. Peinlt-rtfasi, J.
X Prtre, »'. C. Wrigbt. J. Heuir
petit, J. L Porter ami Oo urge Sun
were ctliel anil passi-d. J<diu
Thorn |Hmiii, Superintendent of the
American Bible Society, give an
aucounl of tlie work of I lie S'Cieiy
on 111 la coa-t. He atateil Ilial now
Bibles coiilil be obtained for tlie
small sum of five cents. He con
trasted Ihe di (Terence between this
lime and old-ii timea, when Bible*
i'o lid not lie obtained fir le-s ilian
£3H Ba a»keii fir the co-operation
oi the Coofereiiea for me work "f
distributing B bles The Rev. Or.
Gregory was I ntrndtic d lo the as
-eml'ly and spoke in lieliuif of the
Sunday gOltnol Soee'y. He did
not believe th it it was io-ces-ary
pi way lo lite Chinaman that he
must g'>, Im til ut lie might lie
purged tiy means of the Sunday
-annul. He anoouneid thai
there would lie two Sun
day Sulmol Conventions
to-at June. There will he present
prominent 1110:1 from ihe Kast,
among wtiom will be D . Vincent,
of N a Jersey, who will help to
nrgalilia ihe PHllida) S hnol A--.,
elation and inf ne loin It Home life.
At present we ha re only about oue
f <in th of H || our children iv the
•Sunday School. It is proposed lo
ffl ttinniiii all tlie churches and ask
'nrcontrlliutions f ,r the purpu-e ol
■ai'diHC a Suimlkv Sellout ehapei
in Ihe Yoseinite Valley. It will be
built nf atone aud will coat about
f5 0110. The stork will he issued iv
25 cent share aolliat the smallest
inn have a share. The church, sin
Oregon and Washington Territory
•re giving assistance and If ihe
churches of this Slate will take an
interest iv this movement its sue
cess will he assured.
M..u«r atnramt.
San Fkancisco, October 17th.—
Legal ten.l.rs, 99| bid, 99} aakealj
Mexican dollars, !> >J bid, 90 asked;
trade dollars, <H|| bid, 97 aaked.
naif dollar* 9.-1 bid, 98} ask, ,1.
Latest Eastern News.
laapwriaail I. ail Hit Ihx*.
Washington, Oat. I7ili.—The
C< mtuisslooer of Hie General Land
Ortlce, iv tbe course of a decision
refusing tbe application of certain
parties to he allowed to relocate the
American Hill quartz mine, an
nounces the lollowlng new anil iin
put taut rulings, Which are lutenden
to prevent the success of lane
classes of ''Jumpers:" First —a
mining claim is not subject to re
location substq'ieiit lo its entry fit
patent- Second—A failure to per
form the labor or lo make
the improvements required by Sec
Hon -324. revised statutes, between
the date of entry ami the delivery
of patent, does not work forfeiture
of tlie lights ucquired by eutry nor
demand its cancellation when such
failuie is brought lo the attention
of the General Land Office by such
relocation or otherwise, Third—
Tlie annual expenditures named in
Section i'iii ure required to support
ihe possessory title only. Fourth —
The objections from lhird parties,
which by the last clause of section
2,325 may be beard, relate only to
conditions of purchase aud uot to
those of possession. Secretary
gsfaum today affirmed Commis
sioner Williamson's decision re-
gardlng land* iii San Francisco
district entered by Patrick <;iosely,
luvolving tlie regal questlou ol
whether lands excepted from the
grant to the Pacific Bailroail, i —
uauae within tlie claiuied li iv ila oi
a Mexican ranch at the date of
withdrawal, are subject to entry at
$1 25 tier acre. Tlie Secretary hold*
that $-5(1 must he paid, regardles
of the language of the act of March
31, 1b53. I'll in decision covers the
c tees of settlers <m lands eXclu
Im.ii the ranch iS, ape hy the tlnal
survey. Secretary Sciiurx also, to
day, affirmed Uorainissi'iiier Wil
11li hi-.ill' - decision regarding lamb
hi the St'Ckton district iv coiill'o
Versy between Jihn Onl-uau and
the heirs oT Jdm Sloouel. lie re
jsela Obluian'a claim.
Hon ins Uuverum Mt »11l SUOIOT
solver.
Washington, Oct. 17.—A1l ol
der was Issued by the Secretary
of the Treasury tills morning, pro.
viillug for a mode of purchasing
silver bullion hereafter. Tile ties
mnile rtqutres bids on Wednesday
• d each week 1..r delivery at Pinla
deiphia or Sao Fiunoisco, lo be de
livered as proposed by bid, price or
lots under ten thousand ounces lo
be fixed by rule dependent upon
tile luatket value us ascertained l>y
publ c bids It is found by <-xpe
riehce that London quipatioiiH are
uot a safe guide. Transactions
Iheie are for less in amount than
iv New York. Quotations are fft
qeully Influenced by 9pecuialive
movements and not by genuine
sales.
A *n»iii..:ir N .» ••■ Meat*",
New York, Ot. 17 —A letter
from city of Mexico My a thai
on September 20:1 1, ut Alzu-u, v
moii incited by priests killed twen
ty Protestants anil wounded v num
ber of (libera. Tlie Governor aent
troops to quell the dialuriiance in
tiie i'ueblo. The mob threatened
to bleak up Ibe Protestant mis
sions. Presideul Diaz has promised
Rev. Dr. Butler to do all in bis
power to protect religious denomi
nations.
TruiiDl- F.nrsil l.i H.mitli Cartillulk
Chicago, Oot. 17.—The/ournaO
Washington speciul says: Uis the
opinion of pers ins in a position to
know, that Ibe President will not
take any further steps lo cluck the
disoidefa 111 South Carolina unless
an open outbreak i <vurs and the
civil uutuorities fail n their duty,
a condition of affairs which it is
nut expected will prevail. It is
known that the President and the
members of the Administration ate
deeply disappointed at the podcy
I UiBIMd by the Dem icratio party
of that Stile, seemingly witli the
approval of Wade Hampton, und
I hey regard if not only as Illegal,
but unwise and calculated to brli g
about a conflict between Ihe two
races. That policy is also regarded
aa an open violation of tlie assur
ances and pledges made by 11. tup
Inn and other lending Deuinciaisnf
the Htate a little over a year ago.
The Administiutiou Is greatly dis
turbed at the Heal ment, accorded
colored Republicans who desire to
peac-übly assemble for poiilicul
puruoses, ao ( | ibere is a dispoallioii
to regard rlnmptoo as responsible).
Tile bell f is enterta'tied ttiat, un
less the colored Itepuhl c-ius stu -
i-umb lo Ihe demands made tiy the
Democrats, there may he some
bloodshed, and to prevent this
Colored leaden in thai Stale have
beetl written lo not to affiMcl any
preleXl, but to be discreet in 111 l
their actioos, Judge liryuli, of
Ibe U. S. District Court iv .South
Carolina, wnose sympa hies are
with the S ii n ( aioiina Demo
crats, has refused tue niolioii for
reless» ou b,ll of ihe two impris
oned Internal Revenue nffiuere,UJ*.
til the Solicitor of South Caiolmu
cou d attend and be 11-nr l. Tlie
Cnarlest ,|| AW* and Courier ol
yesterdty refers to i ii - us
ii til vis who, under the uuiiioriiy
of Hie U. S Commissioner, either
recklessly or uiull jiou.ly granted,
for a long lime. harr'as-en
and pel-seemed 'lie people of Ihe
mount Ii: di-inc. ol South C,o
lina Until their vicious career flnul
ly culminated io tbo diabolical
munier of Amos Ladd.
B uortetl l..ili«a B. r ilsilom
rm .
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 17 —The re
pins oi loillan depredations in
Western Nebra-ka arefalse.- Oily
one w is eoiumit'ed, the Cheyeiutes
having Inveii ufl'forty ponies fn m
Wilson's ranch.
T'l'»» r»»"r lv <H,(...
Cincinnati Oil. 17th.—Seven
deaihs from yellow fev-r bave oc
curred within the last week near
Oallipolis, O 110, where Ihe iufecled
steamer was anchored.
European Cable News.
Aniirnaajr to iise pone.
Vienna, Oct. 17th.— Count An.
ilruss}'* leply lo the Poite's circu
lar consiatH entirely of a refutation
of Ihe charges of cruelly agaii.nt
iheAiistrianarmy iv Iheucqni-iliou
of Bosnia ami a comparison of ihe
present occupation with On), i
Pa.ha'a iiivaaluu in 18-52 The It t
ter is generally iiiutierate in tone,
i-n coui liiiles with » s'rnt g repti
illation of what it my les odious c • I
utilities Hg'iiust the army. It
also stales that the AiiNiro Hun
garian Aini.a-Mt.lor ut Coiintantit.
nple baa been direc'ed to notily tile
Porte of the bail elfect nf these cal
umuies against the army.
Surveying Santa Monica Ranch.
Messrs. H. J. Stevenson and H.
J. Haven arrived at Hiiiih Monica
Monday evening, fertile purpose of
rurveylng the Sauta Monica ranch.
They will spend about tinny days
here, and will make thorough woiU
oi it establishing tlie live t.ounda
tiee, etc. This ranch contains over
ox thousand acres, and is owned
I 'imly by four Kpanlsh heirs and
Messrs. Jones & Biker—the tonner
owning four-twelllhs and the latter
eight-twelfths. We understand
that Ibe Han Vicente ranch, upon
which this low,i site Is situated,
will also be surveyed. It contain*
seme thirty thousand acres more
or less. Nodoubt this information
will l>e gratifying to quiteuuimi
her of persons. It will be especial
ly so to parties who occupy Ilia
aafi ius with bee-ranchea. Tiiey
will then know whether they are
upon Government land. This
doubtful statu of affair* has deter
red many from making valuable
improvements. It is hoped that in
a little while they will be able to
purchase of the Company, or "tile
their intention" In Ihe Govern
ment Olßoa. The caflous are sus-
ceptihleof being embellished with
ooty little homea with hut a small
outlay. Willie there is only a
limited apace for occupancy with
iiomae and gardens, tliere ii a vast
inouulaiu lunge tliat produces a
.jreat ahunduhce of will] teed for
bees. .So it will he seen that when
ill titles and boundaries are set
lied, the day Is Dot distant when
our honey interests will attain to
no smtH prntiorttniia, riot only as
ibe means nf a livelihood, but »s
the Sonn c of a handsome revenue.
Outlook.
Genuine Mirrian'a Iturton Pale
Ale ou draught ut MeKen2ie ; s.
A Row of Pearls
ailstpnltii through coral lip* 11 eer'alnh
a pleasloa oljco ; nut v row ol oi co -
,; i 11, b--i i' *k I, il 160tu in any tnouili ut
al IU a grievous ilMwb flu. .0.1 io tin-
Ibul sttaa a set o teeth is u*u lly accom
panied by imuuie b'ealli an I one can
s.uicely imevine :> n ti.m: inoic obiee-
Igai a ue. SOZiwuNT, la* great purlfl i
ot the 0 c.nil and wnnen-r ol Itietseth
'his Ni tte ol vi.c inout.i com
plexly, te Cuitm its dental i.ceupaiL
iro.n iiasiruation, aou eoitiiiaraottng th*
o fl ictice llnoo I to-enamel ol HClds.ct*'*
tl .os in i h mouth.
NEW TO-DAY.
WANTED,
A. steady man to work on a
ranch* Mu.>t knov how to milk, o 8
ATTENTION, LOS ANGE
LES GUARDS.
Yon are requeued to appear at yoar
armory tlrs (Friday; evening ut 7
o'clock. shan>. V\b*l. P. M. IMKOY,
018 It Commanding.
"RACE FOR SATURDAY.
Rv permission of the Directors ofthe
Agricultural Park Association, a rneo of
ote mile,» njle d tsh.wlll take place al 1
o'clock: r. K.,on
Saturday, October 19,
Between a pacing and a troUlng horse,
fortlCOa sue. 018 2t
Grand Auction Sale!
OF ALL THE
HORSES & ROLLING STOCK,
HARNESS, ETC.,
of the Celebrated
Fashion Livery Stable,
MAIN ST., LOS ANO ELKS,
During JTttir \V>elc,
Commenrlnr? on WEDNKSD KY, Oct. 10.
uui coa'iniiing ' (Ma day to diiy
unili ull Is >>>}'..
N". TV— To the PuhU *—This M*l9 will be
positive and wiih-iut n's* v<*.
IN GOLD COIN'.-Sil
OATA L.OGU K.
1 Kimball si -s-at c:»rrlagc. >wing pole
ami lend uar»;
' 1 stx-seni i-mriu^e,
i Kaiou be;
i i ■ n-i.-y i .p hack;
H •■'■■■<■ nuctts;
H top cart tat e»;
2npeii KU.b-ill baggie*;
i oarrfagt)
7 top bß<nle>l
I8«fl ■tlnglH name**;
6 Mi-t. dmi'l • harness;.
4 st h ck na aa*e{
I et n;# otc jrd eoarjh harness;
4 |i> Ik-;
27 In u.i of n ■ driving horses, will worlt
both moos * d in hiut;le hiiiueso.
wAmon.i I' I t■re CH IKK. I A l OO.
BOH, BL HS'tM. L ZZtK -nd ntham thai
Ctiii irut m ihr emi.iuifsaHd biter.
uud LIKKN RJllß*.
Wliii S.etc.
t-atd hU W. NOVBRt Auctiotmer.
TO RENT OR FOR SALE.
THE WELL-KNOWN
Los Angeles Distillery
IN CJOOD OBDSR AND P.EAIIY FOP.
OCCUPANCY.
The aoove rmperty WT.L RE R '.NTED
oo Keu-onatile Trritts. or
WILL II X BOLD
For ONE-QUAlll ER Its ACTUAL COST.
For term, apply lo
ROWAN <&. WILLIANI3.
oS-2m 71 DjWHi V nl OOk'.
AUCTION SALE
op
CITY
IN THE M' ST DESIRABLE PUIT OP
THE CITY, VIZ: PAIIT DP THE
Washington Garden Tract.
FIFTY LOTS COjKW, COjIM a id 61S1M ft.
Bale to lake place on
TUESDAY, Oct. 22d.
ON THE I'REMISES,
AT ONK O'CLOCK I». M.
•ar POSITIVE SALE FOB CASH. -»
TITLE PERFECT.
Ruy a lot while you can AT YOUE
OWN PRICE.
E. W. NOYE9,
01-ta Autuoneer.
W A NTH— LOST—FOUN D.
Situation Wanted.
As GARDENER or ATTENDING TO
HOKSKH. Has had expeileuce both lv
this country and Europe. The best ■< f
erencescau bo uiven. Address F. A.,
Herald orHce. oIS-lw
Blacksmith Wanted.
To work at the Sun Fernando Ranch.
Enquire ut the St. Charles Hotel,
oia-lw f. N. VAN NUYR.
AVIIIOW WANTS si>MK CHiLd
ren to board. Enquire nt MX*.
TaYLOR'S, Hope street, iho fourth
bouse <-ait ol Sixth htroet, o9
Wanted.
A situation hy a competent lady as
cook and io do general housework. En
quire ut No. 51 si xiv Bl reel. 011-lw
Orchardist Wanted.
a practical o-chardi-tt, «Ith experi
ence uIU tratulug In semi-tropical fruit
culture, with unexceptionable refer
ences, is Wtill cd. Apply by letter to V.
P., Bui 14 m, Lo* Anjfelen. *28U
L.OsTjl\ "
In this city, Monday, Octoher 14th, a
small, hooa-4haped gold LOCKET, with
famil> pictures— oi little valu**, except to
owner. 'J hf finder will bo suitably re
warded hy leaving the same at 11. New
mark A Oo.**, Los Augeles street, ola-lw
TO LET.
By a striotly private family, two fine
roums, el. gautly furnished,singly ureu
suae, on me iv >t»t tfeanabb renldeuc-'
streeiluihe city, wiui convenient b-tb
room, supplied witU hot and cold watei
References uiven »nd requited. Addles.*
A.. Hkkai U oil.cc.
Furnished Rooms & Boarding
ON FRANKLIN STREET.
Third house from the c< rrne of Fort St
oiU-lm
FOX SALfc — fOn MtOlT.
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FOR SALE.
A FARM OF A BOUT aooaeres, locates
on an lose Creek, n ar the railroad
-ye vi te ac iot spadra. Au ahun <an
*nipiny of in ver iHillug water. Will s**.l
lv one body 01* dlv 1 1 v into two r<rni
letiuK re isoiiabl 1 Enqu r-o . premise*
or by letter tv .v. P. MONRjE, i-p;tdr.t
' I Cal. ■ :. 3 v
FOR SAL€.
SEVEN HUNHRFD HEAD OF FINS
KUUNO SHEEP.
Parties purchasing ran rent (he raoge
if desired Also, can havo the use vi iht
corrals and outbuildings Never tailing
waier lv abundance. Enquire «f MHS
-Artxu ja E uur.o, boy la Heighis
Vnz nla Avenue, second house from
street car depot, or MR. CiiAS. PltA
UErt. Cornmeiciai street. t-22
FOR SALE.
The Stock, Fixtures aud Improve*
raent< of the Unndy aud Stationery Store,
No o4 Spilug ttreel. The lease will be
transfer red to ihe purchaser.
Mrs. r rye's Lung and Cough Syrup
constantly 01 hmid. Mrs. Harrison's
-ystem of drc-s-cuti ing ttiught In thret
le-sons. An lutellig-noe office is now
open* d, and 1 hose wishing help can be
-upplied and tho-e wlshl tt employment
can obtain de-irable situations.
Also, FOR HALE CHh-AP, a house and
barn, pleasantly located ou a corner lot,
buid lot con utiitrg a great variety 01
iruit und -h*de trees, shrubs and vines.
v or other Information Inquire at MRS.
J. 8. I RYE's,»No. 64 spring St. oclO
FOR RENT.
Tlie best corner for a restaurant in th*
city, corner spring and First streets.
Apply to R. NAPE A (I, No. ti First street.
ii>V!w
Furnished Rooms for Rent
In tho PON ET ULMLDING, Main street,
one suite nf front nomj and single
rooms to suit with good view ot the cliy.
Hoiandeold bains a id nas at! through
the bouse. Enquire on premises of Mrs.
Uray. hIH
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third an I Hill sts.
ea-UIIAItn BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
M:t«TH. Terms Hf.a.on«l,lH. (OtfTf
Notice of Removal.
COULTER & HARP£R
Have removed tbeir stock of
HARDWARE and Other Goods
TO 110 MAIN ST..
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE
aw-o KInKS REDUCED on TIS WARE
an t other go vis.
B ir-iHins ud'jrfd Q<vp us a call, flood*
mu*t be sola. tteetfivintf NEW UUJIH
regu urly. Wo cill atteniltiQ Ut tiur
Unaile Wnro, Cut lery un 1
er'id todi >UCii alter A Harriet's 1 . c*pe
clul iiLletition called to our
Cooking Stoves and Ranges.
We believe there are no batter. Our
' "rices are reason ble. We keep a lull
supply o*' Hui der*' Hardware, Carpeu
ier>' To d«. IWpH, Kub'ier iHomo und other
goo is. Don't target the place.
All kinds or .SHOP WORK, PLUM B-
I •Hi, etu.i us heretofore.
COULTER & HARPER.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OP
Alamoda and First Streets
DKAI.EKS IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKEB, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
J. Q. JACKSON
Lumber Dealer
Corner Alameda and First Streets.
DKAI.ER IN
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PI ASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
HAIR.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
-41-
Perry, Woodworth a Co.'s
LUMBER YARDS
— AMD —
PIANINO MILLS,
Hm. IB I'omniara.lul Street, near
■t,«n«"fftenot. mrtn.tr-
Ac] AAA 80191 ?. ..„.,.,„
■■■■■■■ **uu.i 1u ..11,.urM.,,10G(,0i,u,
■•li
• NEW TO-DAY. •
FURNITURE
EMPORIUM!
IF YOU WISH TO SEE THE MOST ELEGANT STOCK OF
FURNITURE. CARPETS, ETC.
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY, CALL AT
DOTTER dfcb BRADLEY'S.
-tea*' THEY HAVE MADE STILL FURTHER REDUCTIONS IN PRICES.
oclS in
CITY OF PARIS,
53 and 55 Main St.
SHOES ! SHOES !
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
From and after this date and until further notice we
will sell at the following unprecedentedly low prices our
immense stock of ladies', misses' and children's SHOES:
READ, READ! READ!
Ladies' plain foxed Balmorals, - - 81 00
Ladies* full scalloped foxed Balmorals, - 1 25
Misses' scalloped foxed Balmorals, - 1 00
Misses' plain foxed Balmorals, - 50
Children's plain foxed Balmorals, - - 75
Ladies' calf Balmorals, - - 1 25
Misses' calf Balmorals, - - 100
Ladies' foxed Button Shoes, - - 200
Misses' foxed Button Shoes, - - 1 50
Ladies' Morocco Button Shoes, - 1 25
Misses' Morocco Button Shoes, - 1 00
Eugene Meyer & Co.,
53 &c 55 2>/LJI.T3<T STREET.
LOS ANGELES, October Bth, 1878.
ttt-im
1
GRAND OPENING!
OP THE
CALIFORNIA
JEWELRY HOUSE.
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th,
A splendid and varied stock of Jewelry will be exposed for sale at
isro. go 3vi^ii\r
THIS COLLECTION EMBRACES
Cold and Silver Watches and
Gold and Silver Jewelry
OF THE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES.
Clocks of all Kind*, Silver and Plated Wa.ro,
Cora , Enflrliali Garnet*, etc.
*«-THE CALIFORNIA JEWELY HOUSE presents to the people
of J_,os Angeles a rare opportunity for BARGAINS. A visit to No. 60
Main street is sure to repay the purchaser.
86ff* REPAIRING of fine watches, cloaks and Jewelry done with the
utmost care and warranted.
S. NORDLINGER, Prop'r.
DAVID J. HEALY,
PLUMBER,
CAB a STEAM FITTER,
161 MAIN STREET.
•e-All work warranted
JubblDg alteudeil to with do.paloli. oUtf
fWfcWW «™i h.bit .l»o]t>M 7 .ml
IIIIIIIH'I'" 1 ' 1 " 11 '' 11 '" 1 "'" 1 WpnlViv.
I|rll| |W1 H.nd Mn>B tftrjwt Icul.n. trr. Cfirl
mjM.
Los Angeles Meat Market
Corner of First and Main Sts.
Having opened a Meat Market at tbe
above stand, I respectfully solicit a •share
of publlo patronage.
SWNONE BUT THE BESTQUAUTY
OF MKAT.-s, of all descriptions, served.
011-lm FRANK A. WEINSHANK.
EEVOLVEB PEES ItT^cJ!^
«•*.« bown * ton, la) am w»« si.,mut™rn.,i>.
A. MCKENZIE,
DEALER IN
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. A H. W. Catherwood's
PHILADELPHIA
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICK-SON, DeWOLF
A Co., -sua Francisco; ulsu,
J. H. CI'TTER'3
Old Bourbon and Ryo
Whiskies,
From thelragenta, A. P. Hota'lng A Co.,
Sun Francisco, by the X IU or
Gallon, at whuleaale p Ices.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THKSAMPLE ROOM
la provided with tbe purest
• WINES, LIQUORS AND IM.
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
•rKNQI.HH ALB ON DBA UGH I.
Pouet'a Uulldtuif.
Mala atreet, near Court, Loa Angelea.
fet-i
TEACH tRS* INSTITUTE.
The Teachers' Inathute of Loa Angeleu
oounty will meet al
UZtTIOZLNT HALL,
Io the City of Loa Augelea,
MONDAY, Nov. 4>h, and continue
la session Aye days.
Hon. E. H. Carr, superintendent of
Public Inatrucil.iD, Prof. A. L. Mann,
City laupttif ioadent Mun Fran
ol co. I'mi. H B. Norton, or lbs Biaie
.urinal nchnol, Mrs. Jeanne (J, Carr,
D puiy Superintendent Publlo Instruc
tion, and J. p. Wldney, M L)., bave been
luvl>ed and are expee.ed to assist lv tbe
work of tbe luailtnte.
Tbe attention of iSMChers employed In
the Habile •shooli In the county I-o. lied
to Sec 15Mloi tbe cc oni Law, wi loh re
quirea them to attend tbe tuatuute and
participate tn Its pn.c eiilng.
All teacher., acnooi oft),-era and per
son* inhtre.ied In tbe. cau.e oi education
are Invited to tie present.
w. p. Mcdonald.
County Superintendent Softool*.
Los Angelea, Oot. JO, 1178. c UM

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