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I'hk lIERAbD Steam Printing
House makes a specialty of Legal
Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
printed at low rates.
1 oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
eic, at the following reduced pri
Bxlo *1 33
9U2 1 50
9x13 1 65
IJXI2 1 6°
10X14 - 1 I 8
10x10 - 2 26
15x28 2 76
16x82 3 00
15x38 3 36
15x40 3 50
Other sizes iv proportion.
2.6x6.6x1 inch $1 60
3.6x6.6x11, moulded 1 90
2.8x6.8x1i " 2 12
2.8x8.8x1} " 225
H. 10x6.10x11 " 2 60
Bx7xl f M 2 75
Every other size iv proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Loa Angeles
street, under tho White House.
The Russian Electric Baths of K.
Hughes and Wife sre located at No.
15 Main street, opposite tbo Pico
House. Oeutleman and la
dies will be waited upon by persons
■if their own sex. novHlf
Spring eye needles (our own
make) ot Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. 2my7
At Pearson's Oriental saloon,
Duwney Block, you can get a bu
ild nfexcelleiit champagne for 11,
tine whiskies, Imported direct from
Kentucky, milk punches of a per
fection which reflects unbounded
honor on their compounders and
cipltal Havana cigars, the latter for
a bit. s2G-lm
Beer has a Falstaffiian effect, as
Henry Weil, the brewer of the
Philadelphia Brewery, will testify.
Goid beer raakej muscle and fat,
aud all the regular patrons of the
Philadelphia Brewery are strong
and healthy. It mikes tbe sick
well snd the healthy stronger;
physic is unnecessary ami doctors
are played out, if you use the Phil
adelphia beer. Leave orders at the
brewery or scud them by mall. De
livered free to any part of the city.
No. 130 Hill Street.
Nicely furnished rooms with first
class hoard, use of parlor aud plauo.
Best looality in tho city. Terms
reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No.
130 Hill street. 0012
Invalids who vie suffering from
chronic kidney and liver diseases,
rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula,
aud all cutaneous affections, should
go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells, In
cited thirteen miles from Lis An
geles, on the Anaheim railroad.
This water Is, beyond a question,
Take Care of Your Eyes.
Persons bavins a tendency to
weakness of sight, or those experi
encing uuusual fatigue of the eyes
in reading, or similar occupation
requiring close vision, should re
sort to tlie aid of glasses Immedi
ately. Nothing Is gained by wall
ing and much may be lost. But it
Is important to have the right
kind of glasses. Do not miy them
of venders who have no knowledge
of optical science, but go to Hirseii
feld, the practical optician, who
will give you a pair of glasses that
Will suit you, whether your case be
weak sight, old sight, uearsightor
C-aler in books, stationery fancy
and optinal goods, 71 Main street,
Downey Blouk. s27lrn.
A. T. MoDo.nouuh, late of 39
Spring street, has Just opened the
acme of Fashion at No. 12, Tem
ple street, where he will be pleased
to meet bis old customers and the
public in general, to whom, as be
fore, he guarantees the most, stylish
•ad best lilting clothes lo be had
in the city.
Chesp prioes at Sutherland's gun
store, 76 Main street. 3my7
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, lie
juena street, near Maiu, opposite
tbe Uuited States Hotel, are agaiu
opened to the ladies and will be
carried ou iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
Without escorts, may feel at ease
'»ud receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc,, constantly
ou band. Job Bayer.
net 4 tf
Ten Cent Shaving Saloon.
A. Labonge has opened a shav
ing saloon at 138 Maiu street, where
he will be glad to serve the public.
Gentlemen with tender faces es
pecially invited to give him a call.
Stout, direct from Liverpool, in
pints and quarts.
127 Main street, Ponet building,
Los Angeles. au2l-tf
Mrs. Ponet has arrived from San
Francisco with the latest fashlous
In millinery and fancy goods,
which she intends to sell at the
lowest prices. Call and see the
stylish hats for $5, formerly sold
for $10; French garments sold for
from $8 to $10; school bats at 25
ceuta apiece; aud all goods at the
same low rates. Ladies are invhed
to call and examine our prices, at
a "Pioneer" Milliucry Store, No. 78
Main street. ootlS.lw
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
Inst received a consignment of
ioca lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Re
uuena streets, opposite tho TJ. S.
Carving knives at Sutherland's,
76 Main street. 2rny7
Fishing tackle and cutlery at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
etMet. 2m > 7
WEDNESDAY....... OCT. 81, st&
Herald Steam Printing House.
The lacllltieH of tho 11 skald ttteain
Printing House for4olA| Joli work are not
■turpasKed lv California outside of Ban
Kranmsco aud Sacramento. All work eu-
Lrustud to Hi will bo executed with neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
Hereafter notices of co m pan les,Bool***
ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted
In the lIEKALft as paid advertisements.
We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Ttflejframfl ,( *•'-•■,'■>■ x * tor
the heaefltof Commerce and Agriculture. I
deport of oDservatloiiH tukpn at Los Au-;
gelea, oaU.Oet.tt. IS7B. j
Maximum Thermometer, 91
Minimum *' 52
J. M. Fbantz, Observer.
The light fuutastic toe 111 Pavil
ion Hall to-night.
W. H. L. Karnes, E-q , returned
to Sun Francisco yesterday.
Hon. Byron W'atars, of San Ber
nardino, was registered at the St.
Charles Hotel yesterday,
Mr. Klehar I (Jtrvey has returned
from his trip to Virginia City and
During the past week we have
bad no Itsi thin three members of
tbe Constitutional Convention in
Augelt fi is ut Ihe Sun Francisco
hotels on the 21st: Mrs. .-now and
son, International; Mrs. Wilcox
and son, Palact; J. Congreve,
A single gentleman udvertlses in
our Xcw To Day for a comfortably
furnished room within a short dis
tance of Temple Block. Address
Roomer, Herald ofiice.
Officer H. M. Hudson, . f Port
land, Oregon, arrived yesterday
and will probably start back with
the robber ami murderer, Johnson,
to-morrow, or as soon as the neces
sary papers arrive.
W. 0. Slratton, a distinguished
member of the Bantu Barbara bar,
anil J. T. Richards, a prominent
attorney aud ex-Mayor of Ihe
same place, are lo town on Su
preme (lourt business.
Persons who wish to secure ele
gantly luruUtud and pleasantly lo
cated rooms, single or en suite,
would do well to address "A,"
HeiiaLD oflloe, whose advertise
ment appears In our New To-Day.
The Horticultural Society com
mences tho payment of premiums
to-day at 1 o'clock P. M. 3;ie adver
tisement. To-morrow the numps of
those who have turned their money
back to the Society to assist it In
completing the Pavilion will be
The sale of iols which was to
have taken place at Washington
Gardens yesterday, has been post
poned until Tuesday next. These
are among the most eligibly lo
cated building sites In the city and
we would advise all who desire lo
secure a beautiful home to attend
Considerable gold has been com
ing In ot lale frmn the different
placers around Yuma. As the
weather gets oooler more miners
tempt their luck. Woik has been
going ou continuously for years at
the Carga Muchaclio placers, and
the amount of gravel thai has been
handled there is marvelous, We
have seen some sixiy odd ounces of
good coarse gold I bat has Some In
during the past week. — Sentinel.
In Saturday's race Capt. George
A. Johnson bought six pools of
$190 each ou the Muid for $Qft, ami
theu, with his customary geueros
Ity, he turued round and gave one
or them to his trainer, another to
his rider, and so on. Had it not
been for his oli hand distribution
of Maid of the Mist pools amuUglt
his friends, Capt. Johnson would
have carried about all our loose
change away Willi him when he
started for 1\ flasqultns.
There is nothing like havlug dis
tinguished people in our midst!
One night last week, in one ot our
popular suloons, a Judge aud n
General got into a difficulty and a
Colonel aud a Major hud to be
called In to separate the combat
ants and enact the blessed role of
peacemakers. Judge, General,
Colonel und Major finally struck
the dramatic attitude Involved in
that eloquent exhortation of Car
dinal Wolaey, "Still In thy right
hand carry gentle peace." Crown
lei's quest law was thus dispensed
Iv untieing the admirable ar
rangements ut Agricultural Park
during race week we unintention
ally omitted mention of Distance
Judge Dye. He discharged his du
ties very creditably. In fact, wo
have never had occasion to note
more perfect order and thorough
ness of management than charac
terized every detail of a long anil
exciting race programme. Prom
Officer Bill Sands, at the gute
leading lo tho Judge's stand, to
the ticket takers at the main en
trance, everything went smoothly
and pleasantly. We failed to hear
an angry word during the whole
week. In this connection It is
pteper that we should correct an
unintentional error into which we
fell iv regard to the lace and Pa
vilion band. We spoke of It as the
band of the Wangeman Brothers,
while it was lv reality Couteruo's
Cornel baud, of which the Messrs
Wangeman are members. The In
strumentation was of a high order.
Attempt to Break Jail.
For several days past Jailor
Thompson has suspected that an
attempt was on foot among several
of his wards to break jail. Mr.
Thompson's suspicions were first
aroused by an impediment iv
tbe padlock, which, on investiga
tion, proved to be a fragment of
oue of the jail spoons. Monday
night about ten o'clock niuf
iied blows heard through the
brick wall on tho southwe"t
side of the building, atlisted
the fact that the plot was attaining
its climax. Sheriff Mitchell an
several of his deputies together
with the Jailor took their stations
in the yard armed with shot
guns and other Implements of
warfare and prepared to resist
any bin I of an eraeute thai
might have been attempted
Their actions were observed
through the jail window on the
south side, however, aud the would
be breakers, rinding that their ob
ject was known, gave up further
efforts. An examination nf the jail
yesterday morning di.closed a in >ai
astonishing result. Tile division
walls of four cells bad been pen
etraied, admitting t tie occupant- to
the common upartmeut, where
tbey had in turn begun to dig
through the outer wall. It is
thought that the first movement
was to wiencb out an iron bar fas
tened over the door of one of the
cells, aud that with this, sup
ported by a knife ami
possibly other tools they did their
work. The cells were lined with
iron sheathing an eighth nfau inch
in thickness, fastened with half
inch bolts driven into the timbers
to thedepth of six lneb.es, These
bolts were pulled out uud tbeshcalh
tug torn and twisted ofi'io form an
aperture lurge enough for the pas
sage of a niuu'a body. In one in
stance the prisoners dug through a
brick wall and tore off several
plunks which supported the
iron. With the four cells
I bus opened, the despera
does began on the outer wall,
as stated, but they had not re
moved much brick und mortar be
fore they abandoned operafions. It
is probable that Ihe nun Johnson,
the Portland robber and murderer,
was the Instigator of the plot,
and that he did most of
the wotk, tirst tearing Ills way out
uf his own cell and through the
adjoining one to gain admittance
to the main room. Tapis, who
is under conviction of grand
larceny, and Wade, confined
ou a charge of horse-stealing
were no doubt implicated
with him. Johnson and Taptu, the
two principals were chained to the
floor of the cage, while tbe other
two were securely ironed and placed
in another cell.
Tt will be seen by a telegram
published elsewhere, that fierce
fires have been raging in tlie
mountains near Anaheim for the
past two days, endangering and
perhaps destroying the bee ranges
lv that section. The conflagration
has now reached the San Joaquin
ranch an I has destroyed thousands
of dollars worth of sheep feed. Mr.
Walker, who drives an express
wagon between this city and Sil
verado, and who returned from
there last evening, informs us that
he met a Chinaman, employed as
cook at the boarding house at the
coal mines in Santiago caftoii, on
Monday evening, who told him
that the hoisting works ami other
wooden stiuclures at tbe mines
had been burned down. Mr. Walk
er says that as he drove through
theesfion yesterday morning the
Hre was rapidly coining down the
mountain and the heal was so In
tense I list he w 4 s obliged to urg
his hor es to their fud speed In or
der to escape its eft-(its. The fire I
sa d to have originated at the head
of L dd'scfiui and is ascribed In
various Causes, one of which is that
It was Slatted tv burn off ihe sheep
feed, iv order to prevent sheep
from grazing on the mountains.
However It originated, Ihe latter
object has been uccnruidiahed, as
all the sin ep feed within a vast
area has beeu destroyed.
It is on the lapis to have a half
mile and repeat running race, to
come off on Thursday, Nov. 14th,
1878 The Park will be under tbe
management of first-class men,
Purse, $350; $140 to first,
STO to second und $40
to the third horse. The
distance judge will be stationed
forty yards fruin the wire or out
come Twenty minutes will be
given between heals. Entrance
fee, leu per cent.; free for all
horses iv the District at tbiu
date. Horses will carry weight for
age, the same us in rll races to rule
tor mile beats. This race will be
officially announced on Thursday.
Charley Adams, the incompara
ble mimic aud delineator of dia
lectic character, returned to Los
Ange.es yesterday aud ou Satur
day night nex', assisted by a num
ber nf our most talented araateuis,
will give one of his mirth-provok
ing entertainments. Since Ills last
appearance here Mr. Adams has
added many droll scenes to his re
pertoire which he will produce for
the first time in this city. The bill
will bo one of the moat attractive
ever presented here und we shall
expect to see the house crowded.
If we had an Azuoena about this
burg, she might sing the operatle
air, "Fierce Flames are Raging,"
with great effect, couslderiug our
Killed by a Freight Train.
Coroner Hauuon held an Inquest
on Monday on the body of a young
man who died ut the Couuly Hos
pital on Sunday evening from in
juries received from being run over
by v freight train, near Lancaster
station, on the Southern Pacific
Railroad, on Sunday morning. It
appears that wheu tbe train ar
rived at that station the conductor
found ten tramps aboard. He put
them off; aud, while tho train was
stopped, deoeased, who was one of
tbe pary, hid himself on a truck
under one nf the ears. As the train
stalled the ttampa made in uttentpt
to get on again. The condunior
sloped up to repel them, wheu the
one ou the truck, thinking, as he
said, that the oars were about to
stop, commenced to get off, but the
leg of his pantaloons, catching in a
hook, he was unable to do so Be
fore be could recover his position
the train started and he was thrown
on to the track, Ihe cars passing
over and breaking both his legs iv
several pi ices, and Infliction other
fatal Injuries. As soon as ho was
discovered he was picked up and
brought to the hospital jo this city,
« here he died on Sunday evening.
Before lie died be slat d that his
name was James It 111, uged nine
teen year-, Ml „l that he was h
native of New Orleans, Louis)ma.
The jory ret urned a v. r Itct t xm.el
ating tin- railroad otlleiiils ami de
claring that deceased came to his
dealh from his own carelessness.
The Pavilion was cleaned out
yesterday and put lo scrupulously
neat coutlit on lor Ihe bull which
takes place Ibis evening. It Is
finely decorated and Iheuloslugball
promises to be as successful us the
other attractive features placed be
f re the public during the week just
closed. A strong and popular bund
has beeti engaged to furnish music
and tlckels arc selling rapidly.
Everybody talks of the ball slid
hundreds of people will throng the
galleries to witness the largest
gathering of the kind ever asseiu
oled lv Southern California. The
object of tbe entertainment is a
Worthy one. The Society needs
$ 1,000 with which to complete the
towel s to the Pavilion. This money
must be raised, und every citizen
of Los Angeles should contribute
to the fund. Popular prices have
beeu fixed—tickeis admitting Ken
tlemau and lady being sold at one
dollar. Two thousand tickeis should
bo sold, aud Irom preseut appear
auces litis gathering will be one
long to be remembered by tbe
pleasure seekers of the city.
Tuesday, Oct. 22J.
Court mot pursuant to adjourn
Present—Wm. T. Wallace. 0. J.,
J. B. Crockett, J., A. L. Rhodes,
J , A. C Nlles, J., E. W. McKln
stry, J.; 0 B. Woolf, Clerk.
6240-Estate of Win. Baldwin,
deceased. Argued by Curtis for
appellant and Judgment affirmed.
8089—McGiuuiai vs. Bidwell.—
Argu-d by Harris fur appellant and
Judgment ,liltm I.
6022- Rousseaux vs. Hall et al.
Argued by White for appellant aud
Wniiiug for respondent aud Judg
ment reversed for want of flndlugs
aud cause remanded for a new
6023- Reynolds vs. Halt et al.—
Aigueil by While forappellant and
Whiilng for respondent and Judg
ment reversed for want of findings
and cause remanded for a new
6024- Boleu vs. San Gorironio
Flumtng Company—Argued by
White for appellant and Whiting
for respondent, ami Judgment re
versed for want of findings and
cati-e remanded for a new tt ml
6953-Boland et al. vs. Grayson
et al. —Argued by Waters for ap
pellant and Paris for respondent
and judgment reversed for want of
a finding upon the new matter set
up in the answer, ami c ,uso re
manded for v, new trial.
5073—Huston et al. vs. Leach el
al —Ar«ui d by Rolfs for appellant,
Wilson and Waters for respond
eiits, and ouuae sub 11 It ted.
0030-Price vs Riverside Land
and irrigation Oomptny—Argued
by R i-s and Waters for appellants
»nd Uolte ami N ulli for respond
ell', and cause submitted.
60SI —Sherwood vs. Meyer«tein —
Argued by Knife fur appellant and
Boyer forresn indent and |udgmeul
Court adjourned till to-moirow
at 10 o'tvoek A. M.
Board of Supervisors.
Tuesday, Oct. 32d.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment, to oousider bids for hospital
supplies and furulture. Full Board
Contracts wero awarded as fol
Vickery & Hinds, for beef, mut
ton, bacon and lard. Bond, $500.
J. M, Mitchell & Co., milk. Bond,
T. E. Rowan, bread. Bond, $200.
J. M. Griffith & Co., lumber.
HaHtaaU, Haas & Co., coal,
wines, liquors, groceries and pro
visions. Bond, $2000.
On motion of Supervisor Prager,
the proposals of rt. Meyer, Meyberg
Bros., Barrows, Furrey &■ Co., aud
Uunsmoor tiros., were referred to
the Hospital Committee with utt
Ihority to purchase from each such
goods as may bo necessary, as per
proposals ou file.
1 he contract for furniture award
ed to Lehman & Co. Certified check
on deposit with the Board for ful-
Ollineut of contract.
Laps at Picnics.
[Sew York Tlruei.]
Tho lap is unquestionably a most
useful and admirable organ. When
expanded, the lap will admirably
bold tUteen quarts of chestnut?,
peaches, apples er other desirable
truit, and there have been women
whose lap would bold the entl re sup
ply of hair plus required for their
back hair, though, of course, lapsof
these enormous dimensions are
somewhat rare. It is, however, at
plcnlos and tea-parties that tbe
splendid capabilities of the female
lap are especially displayed. It is
is an easy matter for a lady, while
engaged on a picnic, in hold a plate
til salad, another of pickled oysters,
a third of ice cream ami a fourth of
oake, to : ether with a cup of coffee,
on her lap atone and the same
time. In reals ot this kind the fe
male lap is unique. The young man
who undertakes lo hold food on bis
knees liivailsbly comes to grief
I he ntUOst he can hope to do is to
balance, for a brief period, a piece
of salad on the ridge of one of Ins
legs, from which it sooner or later
slips, with the most painful conse
quences. As tor holding a tea-cup
or coffee-cup on bis knees, he r>o
-ogulzes the viler impossibility of
the thing. His only resouroe is to
depodt it on the Boor, or on tin
grass close by hla side, after which
be usually steps no 11, or a
least kicks it over. This indicates
in tho oleaiett possible tv in er
that uiau is nut by nature a ft
nicking animal. Without laps,
picnics are dangerous to tho Inte ••
rlty of trousers and legs, and there
is no way In which art can remedy
the masculine deficiency of lap.
Let women go to picnlos If they
choose. They can do so without
lining violence In their clothing;
but man Is flylnif in tlie face nf
nature when he undertakes to si.
011 the vrnHs and to mating, six
kinds of food. It is true that pic
nice oonei ting of women aime
would no' be popular. Young men
are needed In, It to eat lh>-legs ol
chickens and to go rt mile and >.
half in the sun to bring Water foi
To Meet at Albuquerque.
TheK-insaa, Color id > and New
Mexico Railroad Company, la'e
the Atchison,i'c.peka and Santa Kfl
deserve creilir for the enterprise,
pluck and perseverance which have
carried (hat road forward 111 IheS'
dull tune nearly eivhi hundred
miles from Atchison to Trinidad,
in Southern Colalatlo. This mud
pisses through some some ol the
finest dial 1 lets In Eastern Ksllsaf,
irom Atchison to Topeka; 1 hence
trending southwest it smites the
Arkansa , an I following up the
rich Valt. y nf tl> .1 river 10 the
Pueblo, in Eastern Colorado, aiidli
now piisiimg forward from thai
point loreaob the s.m Juan mining
district. The main line, however,
turns south at La Junta, near Las
Animas, aud has just been com
pleted to Trinidad, in Southwest
Colorado, Not lacking tbe sinews
of war, it is unwuushl.g forward
to Las Vegas, in New Mexico, ex
peeling to roach that point eHily
next spring ami Alhoqurqoe before
before the close of 1871) This last
namid place is about live hundred
miles fiora Fort Varna, on the Col
orado river, the present terminus
oftbeSouthern P elfla ol Califor
nia. It is well understood that tho
company have contracted with
Huntington <St Co., of the Southern
Pacific, to meet them at Albu
queiqun, und thus complete un
rulier i'acifin railroad line from tho
Missouri river to San Francisco.—
St. Louis Republican.
The Gazette, publish*'] at Las
Vegas, toward which is now being
pushed the Kansas, Colorado and
New Mexico Railroad (late A., T.
& S. V ), thus indicates that road's
approach to Arizona: rim road will
not be (blown any lo the eastward
of the meridian of the present ter
minus at Trinidad. F. oin there it
comes south to Lis Vegas, which
Is nearly a lull degree west of Trin
idad, and from hero It will go as
near as may be directly southwest
through natural passes to the Gila.
The roulo is southwest all the
time, sod although lbs topography
of the country may cause it to have
a southern direction lv places, It
never bean to the east. £t is just
a* Important, however, to go south
us west In order to reach the
ira-IU JCIIMON, UII.I.KVI'K J4 OllisON'.- , N .
script oe HKCOItns. OCT. 22 Isrg,
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(thus C t.amb. administrator 01 tho es
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MAN li'iuMtrxiu, Oct. J2.
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KuihUm '] 10 ttuuKHr '(Bi 10
Jaokfc'.ii h Muno._ 4 ,*>()Cj4
Belmout Con Pae
.loners v 'I usiler i
N Belle Il<£in M White 10
Miuiiwitlaii V>/ A l.t-ed- >K<Sl 00
a Prize r,M(iv>% rip-Top. 1 w,
\rgintH S Ivlnjf 17
80-J.I 60 I. Wit Miii .0^
Hill Si.to m Con Washoe >>%
Hamburg , Whi-.i l .., (y,i 51
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Rodie 17-h.M) Kenton *>K<»<i>4
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Bammli 1 KtyS a* Ktady 2^
TlOfit., II 6V(i2 Vorinoin (L«SK
Ruhver 1 Columbia I(<*l ij
Aurora T Ifil'iv Co 1 D »r.tdo » 1
Kflvidere. l\ Kairfax- I^AHM
litackhawk 1.. Margarita I<<*l in
SlUlng Hull 1)4 oroans S
Well Toned Systems.
Systems tonod and rouovatod with
QostettersStonsaebßtttsri are raostpf
tecttially dotend'd from disease, That
supreuio tnviK.irant noon overcomes that
rhstie»»oii,r feeblonesa consequent upon
aiinieots wlneti impoveiUh the btoou
and relet tho musoles. Vigor,appetite,
elecp, return to tlie wasted frame, and
every physical faculty galas greater ae*
tivlty through Its benign influence. Nor
is this all, tor the httiors ii ive. a most
genial and olieerhw eft' et. upon tlie
mind ot the deapondeot invaltU, whicti
is the nalural etteet. of the lnoieaseii
botli y vitality which ttiey proiiuoe.
Nervous s> nietotns disappear tv conse
quence ort.he use of this metlloine, unit
the evil consequences sure to result from
a prcuratu c U. oay ol tlio ptiys oal ener
gies ere avorted. Dysoeiisla, liver com
plaint, rhenniatle ailments, ii v and
uterine irregularlttes. malarhd diseases,
and nine, otner disorder d ootid It lons ol'
ttiu systrm ure remedied by tbe Uitlorw.
Razors of every make at Suther
land's cun store, 75 Main street. 2
Genuine Murrlan's Kurlnn Pale
Ale on draught at McKenrie's.
Do It at Once!
Persons who have b- come thoroughly
sellle«J from any cause, may have tbelr
.-Ircututloo atoace roslored by taking Id
totlio stomach a leaspoonfMol Johnson's
Vnoilyoe Linlme.nl. mixed In a little cold
.vaier. well weetaned.
rreiu a ikistiiiirniaiiea Jnrlat.
"I have tried too Peruvian kykdp. arci
the result fully sustains your prediction.
II has made a new man otme, Infused In
fo my system new vigor aud energy. I
am no touger tremulous and debilitated
is when you last saw me, but stronger,
oeuriler, and with a larger oapaclty tor
tahnr— mental and physical—than at any
Hue during tbe last five year*. Sold by
NEW A D VERTISEMENTB.
Fair Week Reduction!
Fair Week Reduction!
AT SHERIFF TOWNEY'S
Great Dry Goods Sale
IXL AUCTION CO.,
3XTO- 9 Commercial St.
AHEAD AGAIN AS USUAL! We have made a complete sacrifice In every department and artlol*^
through the house iv order to clear this immense stock; so, therefore, go to the
■ MP | DRESS GOODIS | SLJP p
I I I DEPART MTENT ' ■ ■
WHERE YOU WILL GET
Snowflake Dress Goods, very fashionable 12c per yard. Real value, 87|o
Hnmlsome Poplins at 10c per yard. Real valup, 801
French Pique, colored or white 8o per yard. Real value, 200
Latest Styles Dress Goods, all shades 10c per yard. Real value 26a
Black Silks 750 per yard. Real value.sl.2*
Calico, twenty yards for $1.00. Real value,tl.CO
The IXL Clothing and Furnishing Goods Department
Haanlso Been Reduced to Extremely Low Prices.
They give you the best quality of overalls for 45c per pair. Elsegjg^g^Hfe^
T'ley give you jumpers, beat quality, lir 45c per pair. ElsewWP^^So^
They give you a colored nvershiri for 25e. Elsewhere, $1.00
They give you a fine white linen bosom elm l for 75c. Elsewhere, 160
They give you four white neckties for 10c. Elsewhere, 100
They Hive ynu two boxes of the Beach Collats for , 25c. Elsewhere, nOl
i'h-y give you a line Casiniere suit for $7 50. Elsewheie. $14
They give you a pair of good strong Pauls lor. $1 00. Elsewheie,JJ 60
THE IXL BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT has been reduced throughout ONE-THIRD of lb*
Regular Value, Come and convince yourself.
2113 pairs of Men's Bnola tit $2 00. Market pric, $3 -M>
2446 pairs of Men's Gaiters at 2 00. Market pi ie , a 76
1221 parts of Ladies' Kid Button Sooe- 1 50. Market price, 8 <"»
1.03 pairs of Ladles' Pebies' gout But 1 on ni.ms 1 60. Market ptiee, 2 75
1742 pairs of Lidice' Kill X.ix Bill 1 00. Market prlc, I 75
Iko3 pairs of Ladies' French Kid Button Boots 2 75. Market price, 5 til
197 i pt.iia of Ladies' Newport T'es Buckles 1 25. Market pr'ce, 2 75
1427 pairs of Ladles' full Scallop Kil Fnx Ho., s 1 05. Market price. 2 oil
1633 (.airs of Misse-' Calf Shoes 1 00. Market piice, I 75
14-i7 pairs of Misses' hile-lace Shoes 75. Market price, 226
A Job Lot of Children's Shoes at 60 Cts.
To close this immense LOW PRICE LIST of ours, we wish lo say to all of our customers that every lady
who purchases ?2 50 worth of goods will receive a
Fine Gift of Silver Butter Dishes,
Castors, Sugar-Bowls, Plckle-D'Shcs, Napkin Rings, Butter Knives, Spoons,
Forks and 153 Different Articles for Nothing.
REMEMBER, THE HIGHER THEY PURCHASE THE BETTER THE GIFT. AT THE
IXL AUCTION CO.,
NO. 9 STREET.
PARCELS will be delivered in all parts of the city FREE, "^gjft
«©-D.vn't Forgot the IXL! TMEY ALWAYS LEAD! NEVER FOLLOW I'M
THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
— or TUX —
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th,
A splendid and varied stock of Jewelry will be exposed for sale at
NO. 60 ST.
THIS COLLECTION >: MI) It ACES
Gold and Silver Watches and
Gold and Silver Jewelry
.OP THE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES.
OlooUsi »f all Kinds", silver nud Plated AVuvo,
Coral, ICnifflisli Garnets, etc.
gffl-THE CALIFORNIA JKWKLY HOUSE pi cents t„ tlie people
nt Los Augeles a rare opportunity for BAKQAINjj. A visit to No. 00
Main street is sure to repay the purchaser.
REPAIRING of flue watches, clocks aud Jewelry douo with the
utmost care and warranted.
S. NORDLINGER, Prop'r.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
J. G. JACKSON
earner alaaoaa and First Streets.
DBA I. XX IH
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHH,
SHAKES, PLASTER OK
PARIS, CEMENT AND
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Wood worth A Co.'c
P»0. 1. CHUMHIaI UIMI, HNMI
Ravllrosd IMnsl. m<"(w.ir—