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i if a Ukrai.d Steam Printing
Hoim;-: makes a specialty of Legal
Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
printed at low rates.
I after my stock of doors, sashes,
sic., at the following reduced pri
5i11).... $1 35
»<l2 1 50
9x1.'!... 1 65
Uxl2. 1 W
10x1 i 1 75
!oxlo ? 25
loxiS 2 ,5
[f,X3I 3 00
16x«1"'......... 3 35
15x40 • 50
Other sizes iv proportion.
ii.ux6.6xl iuch $1 00
0.8x6.6x1t, raeulded 1 90
ii.axe.tau " 212
" 2 25
:MOx6.loxlJ " 250
Bx7xl| " - 2 76
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
und glass, at No. 28 Eos Angeles
street, under the White House.
The Russian Electrio Baths of It.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman aud la
dle* will be waited upon by persons
of their own sex. nov!4tf
Ladies' scissors aud pen knives at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
At Pearson's Oriental saloon,
Downey Block, you can get a bit
tl4 of excellent champagne for $1,
line whiskies, imported direct from
Kentucky, milk punches of a per
fection which reflects unbounded
honor on their compounders and
capital Havana cigar*, tlie latter for
a bit. 526 lin
Beer has a Falstaffiiau effect, as
Henry Weil, the brewer of the
Philadelphia Brewery, will testify.
(Jonl beer makes muscle aud fat,
an 1 all the regular patrons of the
Philadelphia Brewery are strong
and healthy. It m<ikes the sick
well and the healthy stronger;
physic is unnecessary aud doctors
are played out, if you use the Phil
• lelphia beer. Leave orders at the
brewery or send them by mall. De
livered free to any part of the city.
No. 130 Hill Street.
Nicely furnished rooms with first
class board, use of parlor and piano.
Uest locality in the city. Terms
reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No.
130 Hill street. oc!2
invalids wbo are suffering from
chronic kidney and liver diseases,
rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula,
and all SUtaueoUl affectmus, should
go to Fultou's Sulphur Wells, lo
cated thirteen miles from Lis An
geles, on the Anaheim ruiltoad.
This water Is, beyond a question,
Take Care of Your Eyes.
Persons having a tendeucy to
weakness of sight, or those experi
encing unusual fatigue of tlie eyes
in reading, or similar occupation
requiring clone vision, should re
sort to the aid of glasses immedi
ately. Nothing is gained by wait
ing and much may be lost. But it
is important to have the right
kind of glasses. Do uot buy them
of venders who havo no knowledge
'if optical science, but go to Hirsch
feld, the practical optician, wbo
will give you a pair of glasses that
will suit you, whether your case be
weak sight, old sight, uear sight or
Dealer iv hooks, stationery fancy
aud optical goods,7l Main street,
Downey Blosk. s27lm.
A. T. McDonouuh, late of 39
Spring street, has just opened the
acme of Fashion at No. 12, Tem
ple street, where be will be pleased
to meet bis old customers and tbe
public Iv general, to whom, as be
fore, he guarantees ths most stylish
aud best tit ting clothes lo be bad
in the city.
Powder, shot and caps at Suther
land's guv store, 75 Main street. 1
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
itiena street, near Main, opposite
the Uuited States Hotel, are again
opened to tbe ladies and will be
earned ou iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladles, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
slirlmps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
v baud. Joe Bayer.
Ten Cent Shaving Saloon.
A. Babonge has opened a shav
ing saloon at 13S Main street, where
he will be glad to serve the public.
Gentlemen with tender faces es
pecially Invited to give him a call.
A shipment of Ouinness' Extra
Stout, direct from Liverpool, in
pints and quarts.
127 Main street, Poust building,
Los Angeles. au2l-tf
Mr.'. Ponet has arrived from San
Francisco with the latest fashions
in millinery and fancy goods,
which she Intends to sell at tbe
lowest prices. Call and see the
stylish bats for $5, formerly sold
for $10; French garmeuts sold for
from $8 to $10; school hats at 26
ceuts apiece; aud all goods at tbe
same low rates. Ladies are invited
to call and examine our prices, at
"Pioneer" Millinery Store, No. 78
Main atreet. octlS.lw
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
lust received a consignment of
booa lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
sbrlmps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on band. Give
bim a oall. Corner Main and Re
iiuena streets, opposite the U. S.
Guns, rifles and pistols at Suther
land's gun store, 76 Main street. 1
Cartridges and ammunition of all
kinds at Sutherland's gun store, 75
§0$ QnstUfi g«wW.
TOES DAY i7T.0CT.22, 18~78~
Herald Steam Printing House.
The hielllties of the llkuai.d i-e.eam
Printing House for ilolrnt Job work are uot
surpassed In California outside oi yai.
Ifranetsee nnd Sacramento. All work cn
trailed to us will ho executed Willi neat
ness Kiel dispatch et, tlie Iowe«! living
NPKCIAI .No tit i;.
ilereaiter notices of companies,socie
ties, churches, etc., will only be inserted
in tbe IlEltAl.nns paid advertisements,
We reserve, for Places of WorHhip, a gret
ls directory, which will appeur every
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division ot Telegrams ami Reports for
tho benefltof Commerco and Agriculture.
Report of observations tafeen at I.os An
geles, Cal., Oct.ll, 1878.
r . ■ , —™i —w i -—
Maximum Thermometer, 88
Minimum « 48
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
Parties botini! for Arizona should
consult Mr. \V. H. Noitbcraft,
Mr. C. Ducomniuri returned
home overland Sunday from his
visit to tlie Paris Exposition.
Mr. E. F. Spence, Cashier of tlie
Commercial Bank, returned from
a short visit to Sau Francisco by
A train 'if eight curs loaded with
steel rails passed through Los An
geles ou Sunday and another of the
same number of oars left yesterday
for Arizona. Ties contiuue to ar
rive and go forward daily.
Mozart's Seventh Muss was ren
dered at the Cathedral with Hue
effect on Sunday. The Salutaris
was by Qouuod, and was sung by
Madame Marra lv exquisite voice
aud marked sympathy.
This was appended to a death no
tice in the Louisville Courier-Jour
nal: "Her disease was paralysis,
and she fell into lbs arms of her
blessed Redeemer with esse. Jack
son and Vicksburg popers please
Officer Frank Butler, who re
turned from San Francisco yester
day, informs us that McMillan, ar
rested here for passing forged pay
certificates, has been Indicted for
forgery by the United States Grand
The Board of Supervisors mett
to-day to open bids for supplies for
the new County Hospital and Alms
House. As soon us the house is
ready lor occupancy County Physi
cian Hunuoti will asitime chargeas
Superintendent until further orders
of the Boartl.
Mr. W. J. lltodricic, insurance
Agent, has Secured rooms in the
Hellnian building, located on Com
mercial street, which h<> is fitting
up iv Eastern style. When fin
ished he will have the most con
venient and handsomest suite of
business offices In tbe city.
Our citizens, tho ladies especial
ly, are reminded Ihat Mr. B. F.
Coulter, corner or Main and Tem
ple streets, will open his new store
this morning. Hlsstock comprises
all tbe latest novelties in the dry
goods line, which will be sold at
prices that defy competition.
The MeS9rs. Dillon & Kenealy,
not to be outdone by tbe other
merchants of the city, are selling
their eleguut goo Is at preposterous
ly low prices- Now is your time,
ladies, the opportunity may not
preseut itself again for years, so
make hay while the sun shiues.
Au exchange says that Kansas
and California staud side by side
in grain crops the present year.
From tbe eighth placo us a wheat
State in 1870, Kansas jumps to the
first place. Her crop of wheat will
be over 30,000,000 bushels, and of
corn 100,000,000 bushels.
The annexed deplorable picture
of the condition of the city of Mem
phis Is clipped from a late number
of the New York Sun: Memphis
is now theNiobeof Southern cities;
its population of 40,000 only two
months ago, has beeu reduced to
2,500 whites aud 0,000 colored citi
Sailed from Wilmington, Octo
ber 21st, Bteamer Newport, Hay
ward master, for Sau Francisco.
Arrived and sailed North, steamer
Santa Cruz, Leland master, with
100 tons merchandise. Arrived,
schooner Sarah, from Cuffey's
Cove, with 4000 railroad ties for
the Western Development Com
pany; schooner Hannah Madison,
Kasmuaseu master, from Coffey's
Cove, with 6,800 railrosd ties for
Western Development Company.
Siguor Pouzio exhibited a num
ber of very meritorious pictures in
the Art Gallery, some of which, in
our opiuion, should have taken a
premium. This young artist has
advanced him?elf, in our midst, to
a creditable artistic standard solely
by self-culture, under strong disad
vantages. Ho has presented us
with photographs of several of his
pictures which were taken by the
Messrs. Parker & Hasselruan. Both
pictures aud counterfeit present
ment call for commendatioD.
General Shields laid on our table
yesterday eveuing a superb collec
tion of apples grown by Mr. A. J.
Cooper, of Washington street, this
city. Tbey comprise Newtown pip
pins, White Pearmain, Keewick,
Bellflower, Shannon, Nicajack and
several other varieties, the names
of which we do not recall. Many
of these are the best known winter
varieties and all shpw conclusively
that, if properatteution Is paid to
their culture, the soil and climate
of Los Angeles county is as capa
ble of producing a flne apple as
any other sections of the Pacific
Nearly all our people liave pleas
ant memories of Judge Fawcett,
who replaced Judge Sepulveda on
the bench of this district some time
ago.. Judge Fawcett, amcugst his
other - alien; characteristics, has a
nose. And thereupon the last
News Letter which has reached us
gets olf tlie following: Cranio, tbe
Oregon man with a nose, is dead,
aud there is considerable discussion
as to who shall succeed to his nasal
honors. There are eeveral noses in
iho field, but there is un doubt
that inspite of all competition, tlie
championship will filially be
awarded to Judge Eugene Fawcett,
of Santa Barbara. It is related of
this distinguished jurist thut he
onco blew bis prominent feature in
front of a store while looking in at
the wiudows. Beyond calling out
the Fire Department, and the dem
olition of tbe entire contents of the
show window, no further damage
was caused, the little daughter of
the proprietor, who was iv the
back yard, being picked up unin
jured in a field about sixty
yards oft. There is no salary at
tached at present to the office of
having a prize nose, but as the
Constitutional Convention is now
io session, and Judge Fawcett Is a
member ol that body, perhaps tbe
omission will bo rectified. Gia
uloub only nose!
We enjoyed tho exquisite satis
faction of attending a Chinese ser
mon yesterday. It was a bang-up
affair, no doubt, and moved our
devotional impulse?. Afterwards
there was slap-up music by the
Chinese band, which resembled
nothing so much as the melodious
pusspurri of seven cats which had
been tied by the tails aud thrown
over the clothes-line. The only
difference was that tlie cats would
have developed a little more ener
gy and decidedly more melody.
The Chinese voice runs decidedly
lo falsetto and a very thin treble.
A Chinese concert, sacred or pro
fane, is with us sumMiii-led with
the horrors that, iv our infant
days, atlended a dose of senna and
A friend handed us yesterday
a clipping from the Lawreucoburg
Express, in which we find mention
pf Dr. Luppu, late nf this place,
from whom no word has previously
beeu received since the report of
his illness. The reference in ques
tion occurs in correspondence from
Memphis, and is as follows: "A
French citizen named Abadle, liv
ing in Fort Pickering, committed
suicide this morning (October 6tb),
just on tbeeveof his convalescence.
Every member of his family has
been stricken with the fever, his
wife dying about three weeks ago,
and it Is supposed his broken
heart prompted him to the deed.
Or. Luppo, of Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, was called to administer an
tidotes to counteract the poison,
but the man was dead when the
Attention is directed to the triple
column advertisement of Mr. C.
Prager's now stock of goods, which
appears in this morning's Herald.
The list embraces all that is newest
and most stylish in the lino of
ladies' wear and a full assortment
of ladies', children's and gentle
men's shoos. His stock also em
braces the latest styles of gentle
men's furnishing goods, all of
which will be sold at bottom prices,
Remember the place, No. Gi .Main
street, Muscarel building.
From the list of managers wbo
have charge of tbe ball to be given
at the Pavilion on Wednesday
night, for the benefit of the bulg
ing fund, It will be seen that the
originators of the entertainment
intend that it shall be one of the
most delightful affairs ever given
in the city and, considering that the
proceeds are to be applied to the
completion of a building in which
every citizen should take a pride,
we hope to see tho Pavilion crowd
ed on that night.
Messrs. Bruusou & Wells were
yesterday permitted to withdraw
as counsel for defendant in tbe
case of the People vs Thistleton,
editor of the Jolly Qiant, indicted
for libel. Messrs. Barclay & Wil
son were then substituted ami tbe
case continued till Thursday next
to give the new counsel an oppor
tunity to consult with their client.
Mr. Theodore Frobliug was treat
ed to a birthday serenade on Sun
day eveuiug by Professors Kuell,
Arevalo, Mendel Meyer and others.
The serenading party were invited
into tho house when they drank
many happy returns of the day, a
wish In which we cordially join
DUtrlot Court Smv-vaDi, J.
Monday, Oct. 21.
Potts vs. Struck—Mandamus. It
appearing to the court that tho
property has already been released
the writ Is discharged with tlie ex
ception of liability fer damages,
which question was taken under
Hollenbeck vs. Bin 'nnd—Motion
to set aside writ. In answer to same
Hollenbeck states that the decree
provides that plaintiff be placed in
possession immtdiately, irrespect
ive of tbe six months given by
statute hy sin rill's deed. Motion
t or Volirt STEPHENS, }.
People vs. Koch—Coutiuued for
sentence till Monday, October2Bth,
at 9 A. m.
People vs. Thistletou—Counsel
for defentlaut, Brunson & Wells,
appear In Court and ask leave to
withdraw from tho case. Granted,
and case coutiuued until 2p.ii to
allow defendant to employ new
counsel. Case resumed at 2P. M.
Messrs. Barclay & Wilson entered
as attorneys for defense. Contin
ued till Thursday next at 9 A. 111.
People vs.| Ah Goon—Sentence
continued until Monday, October
28th, at 9 A. M.
Probata Coort STEPHENS. J
Monday, Oct. 21.
Estate of Thomas McGory, de
ceased—Petition to have all prop
erty set apart for widow granted.
Estate and guardianship of Fran
elsco Lugo, a minor—Return of
sale of real estate submitted.
Estate of John Gilbert—Final
account and distribution beard and
Agricultural Society Premiums.
Balow we present the list of
additional premiums awarded by
the Agricultural Society:
SWINE—ISm AND BERKSHIRE.
Best boar (Berkshire) Saxc, en
tered oy F. M. Covert, premium,
Secoud best do (Berkshire) fit.
Charles, entered by J D Durfee,
Best boareix months old, Whist
ter, eutered by Arthur J. Hutchiu
son, premium, $6.
Best breeding sow, Betsy Jane,
by Arthur J. Hutchinson, pre
Best sow six months, Fanny
(Berkshire), Arthur J Hutchinson,
Best pair of pigs, H M Johnston,
POLAND CHINA AND CHESTER
May hew & Everett, Ventura
county—Best boar over two years
old, Rob Roy, jr, premium, $15;
best do, under two years, Cham
pion, $10; best breeding sow, over
two years old, Maud, $15; best sow
six months old, Maggie, $G. (Poland
A J Twogood, Riverside—One
pair pigs under 10 mouths old, pre
mium,slo; best boar six months
old, Black Prince, $0. (Poland
Bast boar of any age or breed,
Rob Roy 2d, entered by Mayhew &
Best sow of any age or breed,
Jenny, entered by F M Covert, $10.
Best pair of any oge or breed, F
M Covert, $13.
Best family of same breed, con
sisting of one boar, two sows aud
six pigs of any age, F M Covert,
Wm Niles—Best pair of Bruh
mas, premium, $2; best pair
Cochins, $2; best pair Hamburgs,
$2; best pair Dorkings, $2; best
pair Doniiuiquee, $2; best pair
French fowls, $2; best pair game
bantams, $2; best pair Seahright
bantams, $2; best pair turkeys, $2;
best pair geese, $2; best display of
fowla by one exhibitor, $4.
C H Eason—Best pair of games,
premium, $2; best pair Leghorns,
$2; best pair ducks, $2.
SPECIAL SILVER PRIZES.
Tlie fallowing ls tne list of special
silver prizes awarded uy the So
Best carriage span, El Dupuy,
silver goblet, $20.
Best road team, Dr X D Wise,
silver goblet, $30.
Best saddle liorse, Mr. Sanchez,
silver goblet, $13.
Best stallion, sweepstakes
silver pitcher, $50.
Second best stallion, sweepstakes,
A J Hutchinson, silver pitcher, $20.
Best mare, flrst premium, J W
Adams, silver pitcher, $50.
Second best mare, H M John
ston, silver pitcher, $20.
Best Durham herd over two years
old, James Waters, Sau Bernar
dino, silver pitcher, $50.
Second best Durham herd, H M
Johnston, silver pitcher $20.
If J Barretto—Best herd Jerseys,
silver pitcher, $50; best bull and
three or his calves, silver pitcher,
$40: second best cow, sweepstakes,
silver pitcher, $20.
Best bull, sweepstakes, James
Waters, silver pitcher, $75.
Second best bull, sweepstakes. W
ft Steele, silver pitcher, $25.
Best cow, sweepstakes, sliver
Total value of silver prizes, $535.
The Society desire to return
thanks to Mr E J Barretto fur the
donation of the silver prizes, valued
at $110, awurded to him.
Monday, Oct. 21, 1878.
Court met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Preseut: Wm. T. Wallace,
C. J.; J. B. Crockett, J.; A. L.
Rhodes, J.; A. C. Niles, J.; E. W.
McKiustry, J.; D. B. Woolf, Clerk.
J. H. Lucas admitted to practice
ou motion of John R. McConnell
and license from Supreme Court of
W in. A. Harris admitted to prac
tice on motiou of H. C. Rolfe and
license from Supreme Court of
Wolf vs Marsh — On motion of
Hittell and affidavit on tile, ordered
that tbe appellant have twenty
days from this date In which to
prepare and file the transcript on
6280 — Standard Gold Mining
Company vs Nixon, et al—On mo
tion of Hazard for appellant aud
affidavit ou file, ordered that the
certificate of dismissal herein be
stayed ten days from this date.
5959—Union Consolidated Mining
Cumpnny vs Passmore, et al—On
motiou of Brooks for appellant and
stipulation on tile, ordered that
this cause be transferred to tbe No
vember calendar at Sacramento.
•245—O'Connor vsGood, et al, on
separate defense of A. S. Addis—On
motion of McConnell for respond
ent, and upon suggestion of v dim
inution of the record herein, or
dered that tbe Clerk of tho District
Court of the 17th Judicial District
of tbe State of California transmit
to the Clerk of this Court a certi
fied copy of the affidavit of W. C
Collutnber and description of laud
endorsed thereon used on the trial
of this cause in said District Court,
and that the same be tiled as a pari
of the record herein.
6272—People, ex rel Tewsksbury
vs Dwinelle, Judge, etc.—Argued
by Uittell and Barues for respond
ent and Brooks for petitioner aud
peremptory writ of prohibition or
dered to issue subject to the fol
lowing restrictions, viz :
First—Not to prohibit the settle
ment of any bill of exceptions,
statement on motion for a new
trial, or on appeal, or tbe determin
ation of said motiou, or the taking
of any step necessary or proper to
the prosecution of tlie appeals tak
Secoud —Nor to prohibit the enter
taining by the Court of any appli
cation or proceeding for a receiver
now pending or hereafter to be
made, or looking to equitablerelier
of any character, which tbe Couit
might have properly entertained
prior te the entry ot the interlocu
lory decree or the au
nounoement of the Interlocutory
decision herein. (Mr. Justice
McKiustry being disqualified did
uot sit on the argument or partici
pate in the decision herein ,
4567—Morenhaut et al. vs. Wil
son et al.—Argued by McConnell
for appellants and itolfe lor re
spondent * sud cause submitted.
8876-Miller vs. Curry et al.—Ar
gued by Boyer for appellants and
Paris for respondents and cause
submitted with two days to the re
spondents to file further authori
Court adjourned until to-morrow
at 10 o'clock i . it.
A Card of Thanks.
Editor Express —Please allow
Mrs. VaTder nnd mjself through
your valuable paper In return to
our fiiemlH, In b. half of our little
dattghtar Pera,OUr sincere thanks
for the elegant carriage prenenleil
io ber ut Ihe Pavilion on last Sat
urday night. Respectfully,
J. A. VALUER.
Mr. Coup's Trained Dogs.
Tha Fuaaral of a Thiaf After ha Had Boas
Ceavicted and Hanged.
The Equesctirriculum is the name
of Mr. Coup's uew circus iv Four
teenth street, just opposite Ihe
Academy of Music, where last eve
ning many spectators worn amused
by many things, among others the
arrest, conviction, and hauging of
Major, a small, white poodle, by
five other black poodles of a larger
size. Major and his executors
make up tne six trained dogs of
the circus, and iv tbe beginning
they sat decorously on end on
six wooden stools and dill nothing
in particular. By reason of this
masterly inactivity tlie spectators
came to regard them with great se
riousness but then one of tbe
larger poodles slipped his silvercol
lar over his head ami theornament
rolled into tbe .middle of the ring
and lay shining in tbesawdust. it
had not beeu there long when
MHjor, seeing none of the
others stir, himself was seized with
a desire to possess (lie prize,
and sprang down from his etoo),
antl wltb v sly and clever waggle
of his tail, he hopped quickly
to the collar, thrust his head easily
through, and was back upon bis
perch in an Instant, wearing (lie
stolen oiuanietit ou his neck. But
that was theft, and did not pass
unnoticed. One of tho other five
poodles, a constable, approached
Major and took him in paw; and
although the thief struggled hard,
he could uot escape. Than the
four honest companions of tbe cou
stable poodle organized themselves
into a sherift'aud his deputies, aud
went about the business of banging
Major. Two of thum erected a pair
of uprights in iho sawdust, and
two others placed a cross-bar on the
top of these. Tho slierilfapproach
ed Major with a rope, slipped the
noose over his head, and threw the
other end of the rope over the cross
bar. Then the tail of the victim
shook witli terror; but the aheiitf
sprang to his executive position,
and at a sigual baric Mujor was
swung into the air. He died after
a little. Then a hoarse was drive' ,
in,and the five living poodles dm ye
the body of their dead compar .t O JJ
away iuto the dressing roo- „
slow music— N. Y. Mun.
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soai—or records, i^rVii.mi
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htdf interest In lo'„ 10 a V,d '2. bFock a or"
thi-Johnaton tr-ATf $410
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«255252 I " 0 '"" 1 ' 'OS Bueyea; $1715.
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2£2»*22?.* OB : 6 ""i* Chavez, on Roso
street, east 01 tlver; 840.
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llelmonte I 1, Washn 2J
Rodle \v% L'on WasUoe W !
Bechtel 1 35al 3i> Ward 1 6ir«l j,*
Phoenix scorpion 6itp*'
Tlosa 2%r a 2% N Con Va
Sumnill 1 M) Uentou T4n
Bulwer 16>45«16 S Silver ~iS
Syndicate 2y v Vermont ' ,i(.'au
cirlental ;0 Columbia ..." 115
Booker I 10^IV 4 Fairfax 4U
Rltcher IV, Margarita
Well Toned Systems.
Systems toned and renowned witli
Hostellers Stomach Hitters l AYe most ef
fectually defended trom d'.nease. That
supreme lnvigornnt Roon c.vereoiaefi that
distrcasing feebleness CO nsequeut upon
ailments which Impoverish the blood
and relax the muscles. Viator, appetite,
aleep, return to the wasted Inline, and
every physical faculty gains greater ac
tivity through Its bentxn Influence. Nor
lathiaull, for the Rltlers havo n moat
genial anil cheerln? efTiot. upon the
mind ot tbo despondent Invalid, winch
ia the natural effect of the increased
bodily vitality which they produce.
Nervoua symptoms disappear In conse
quence ofthe use uf this medicine, and
the evtl oonsequoneea sure to result from
a premature deoay ot tlie physical ener
gies i< re averted. Dysoepsia, liver com
plaint, rheumatic ailments, urinary and
uterine Irregularities, malarial diseases,
«nd many other disordered condltl.msof
tboayatvmare remedied by the Bitters.
Pruning shears and budding
knives at Sutherland's guv store.
75 Main street. lmy&
Genuine Marriau's Burton Pale
Ale ou draught at McKenzle's.
Dentt.* I'utkilNtici ttratls; Fnaeral
s, <.l if en. .»,,,. D»lmr.
HOPKINS—In i Ins chy, October 21.18:8,
Eliza J,, beloved *v,f, of ueorge C.
Hopkins, aged 27 years and 7 months.
Funoial at 2 o'clock r.K. to-day,from
the residence of tho husband, East Los
Angolca. Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully Invited to attend.
• [Chicago papers please copy.]
A How of Pearls
Glistening through coral hps la certainly
a pleasing objeel; but a row of dl.col
ored, beapeckled leeth In any mouth at
alt Is a grievous ilrawb icK. Add to this
tnataucu aaetol teeth Is usually accom
panied by Impure breath, and one can
scarcely imagine anything more obleo
tjona'de. SOZODONT, the great pnrlQer
uf the btOalli and whllener of iheteeth
obvutea ihla atals ot ihe mouth com
pletely* re cuing Its dental occupants
Irnm 'ieitrtiotion. nnu •-..iiiiieraetlng the
influence upon t 10-euainel oi acid accre
tions la the muutb.
Fair Week Reduction! j
Fair Week Reduction! j
ASTONISHING REDUCTION ]
AT SHERIFF TOWNEY'B
Great Dry Goods Sale \
i-AT THE j
IXL AUCTION CO., |
ITXTo. 9 Commercial St.
AHEAD AGAIN" as USUAL' \V» liavo made a complete sacrifice In every department and arlte'e i
thra ugh the house in order to clear this Immense stock; so, therefore, go to the a
■ m\m — DKESS GOODS I 1J I
■ I 1 DEPARTMENT I -Hb ■ I
WHERE YOU WILL GET j
SnowQal-e Dr. >ss Goods, very fashionable 120 per yard. Real va!u», 37|e
Bh"iS 8 s^00da ' 1,118l,ttde9 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::SSSfi S2
r„,fco.*we»Ty»Vovr:— W *e.iv.i u .,si»
The IXL Clothing and Furnishing Goods Department
Has also Been Reduced to Extremely Low Prices.
They five SOU the best quality of overalls for L..A..J1...J. 4Se per pair. Elsewhere, 75«
jumpers.Vst quality, for l/..!W.]+.J.. 45c per pair. E wdetv. »•
Thcv give yon .a colored overehiri for ............L/.... . P '..f 25c. *IX
They give you a flne white linen bosom sh.rt for. 1...J LV.I 75c. ElsewW, H
They give you l our white neckties for 10 c. Klsew I en-, 1U»
They "ive you two boxes of tho Beach Collars fo J I ~ 2*»- I Ineie?"'!?* ?
They «iveiou a fine Caslmere suit or L j »7 60. c *I 4
They give you a pair of good strong Pants f0r....£ J. J..... - 91 00. _.l.ewheie,f»— *
THE IXL BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT has been reduced throughout ONE-THIRD of tha
Regular Value. Come aud convince yourself.
„,,„ . f >r,.,.i. it, „i, a t i $2 00. Market prle-, f3 50 \
2113 >> lus of Men's Br. ols at.. Market .tic- 876
2436 p airs of Men's Gal 'era at - OO- ™ a °'• \
sias s via&&zsszxxz=z==~~ | k ,
as?as a g r s
is ; as a * ~; s
1633 ,i airs of Misse*' Ci l Shoes.. * Market nrioe _23
1427 p airs of .Misses' Si.le-lace bhoes 70. Market price, _z»
A Jet? Lot of Children's Shoes at 60 Cts.
To clc so this lia.meiise LOW PRICE LrST of ours, we wish to say to all of our customers that every lad/
who purchs-es ?2 50 worth of goods will receive a
Pine Gift of Silver Butter Dishes,
Car iters, Cugvr-Bowls, Picklo-Dishcs, Kapkin *lngs. Butter Knives, Spoons,
Forks and 150 DltTjront Articles i'C r nothing.
REMEMBER, TUE HTOHER THEY PURCHASE THE BETTER? THE OIFr - *- T THE
IXL AUCTION 00.,
NO. 9 STREET.
tgrSsr* PARCELS will be delivered in all parts of the city FREE. «=^(f
fl£>-Don't I-or get the IXL! THEY ALWAYS LEADI NEVER FOLLOW ! "%m\
THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. •- 7 -"»
O A.LIF < > I 1 A.
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th,
A splcudid and varied stock of Jewelry will be exposed for sale at
iro'O. oo st.
THIS COLLECTION' KM BRACKS
Oo\d and Silver Watches and
Gold and Silver Jewelry
OF TUB LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES.
C loolaW of till Kinds, silver uud Fluted Wu.ro,
Coral, KnjjliHl* Garnots, cto.
Us* 'I'll E CALIFORNIA JEWELY HOUSE presents to the p»ople
I -Nf Los Augeles a rare opportunity for BARGAINS. A visit to No. 60
Main street is sure to repay the purchaser.
JS?" REPAIRING of fine watches, clocks and Jewelry done with the
| utmost care and warranted.
S. NORDLINGER, Prop'r.
J. M. GRIFFITIH & CO.
Alameda and First Street*
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
J. G. JACKSON
Carter Alamaia ana Firal straati.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth «V Co.'c
— Ann —
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