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printed at low rates.
The Russian Electric Baths or R.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dies will be waited upon by persons
>f their own sex. novl4tf
Cartridges aud ammunition or all
kinds at Sutherland's gun store, 75
Main street. I |n ys
At Pearson's Oriental saloon,
Dowuoy Block, you can get a bot
tle of excellent ohampaguo for $1,
tine Whiskies, imported direct from
Kentucky, milk punches of a per
fection which reflects unbounded
honor on their compounders and
capital Havana olgars, the latter for
a bit. 526-lm
Beer has a Falstaffliau effect, as
Henry Weil, the brewer or the
Philadelphia Brewery, will testify.
Good tieer makes muscle aud fat,
ami all the regular patrons of the
Philadelphia Brewery are strong
and healthy. It makes the sick
well and the healthy stronger;
physic is unnecessary and doctors
areplayod out, if you use tiie Phil
adelphia beer. Leave orders at the
brewery or send them by mail. 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.
Best locality in the city. Terms
reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No.
130 Hill street. <>cl 2
Invalids who are suffering from
chronic kidney and liver diseases,
rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula,
and all cutaneous affections, should
go to Fultou'a Sulphur Wells, In
cited thirteen miles from Los An
geles, on the Anaheim railroad.
This water is, beyond a question,
A. T. MoDonouoh, late of 39
Spnug street, has just opened the
Acme of Fashion at No. Iti, Tem
ple street, where be will be pleased
to meet his old customers and the
fiubllc in general, to whom, ns he
ore, he guarantees the most stylish
and best flttlng clothes to be bad
in the city.
Ladies' scissors and pen knives at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
The Ladies' Oyster Booms, Re
quena street, near Main, opposite
the United States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies aud will be
carried on in a strictly respectable
way, so that ali ladies, with or
without esoorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt aud respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, codec, etc., constantly
>iv hand. Jou Bayer.
oot 4 tf
atfour, direct from Liverpool, In
pints aud quarts.
127 Main street, Pouet building,
Los Augeles. au2l-tf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
tust received a consignment of
oca 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 aud Re
quena streets, opposite tho U. S.
The best and cheapest clothing
and furnishing goodscau always be
fouud for cash at the Quiucy Hall
clothing store, Ducommun Block.
You can dress stylishly and with
economy by buying your goods
there. ocl3l tf
Genuine Marrian'a Burton Pale
Ale on draught at McKenzle's.
Puwder, shot und caps at Suther
land's guv storo, 75 Main street. 1
Guns, ri lies and pistols at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1
Los Asr.ici.KH, Oot. 31, 1878,
i»KOK. KNELL-—Dear Mir; Believing
that ihe present time will be the most
acceptable to you for a benefit, and that
a generous public (whose sympathies
you have to a great degree) will assist by
their attendance, wa would respectfully
ask that you name the time and plnee at
whloh you will lavor the citizens of I<os
Angeles with a grand concert of vocal
and Instrumental inutile.
(\ E. Thoni, J. O. Howard,
E. M. Uoss, H. T. Hazard,
H. M. White. Eugene Meyor,
John D. Blckncll, M. Kremer,
John ti. Downey, I. W. Hell man,
T. E Howan, 'i. U. Mott,
0. H. Williams, E. F. Spenue,
.1. M. Elliott, J. s. Slansoii,
John H. Briefly. James C.Kays,
Kmll Hants, 11. M. Mitchell,
W. H, Perry, Joseph D. Lynch,
And many amateur and professional
C. E. TliOM, J. O. UOWARU, JOHN O.
DOWNEY, E. M. KOSH, EUGENE
MEYER and others:
Ukmi.kJikn: Your letter, requesting
that I give a concert at some luture day,
Isathaud. In reply, would say that I
shall be pleased to comply with your
kind request,and am able to say that,
through the assistance- of all the proles
sionalas well as amateur talent of the
city, I can give you an ©jfeellent pro
gramme. The exaot time aijd place will
be duly announced through the press at
ttu early day. Vory truly yours,
nl-3t J. Q. KNELL.
Has been found a remedy for INDIGES
TION. DYBPKPHIA » na NEK
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Herald Steam Printing House.
Tb« lacUttlM of the Herat.i> rStemxn
Printing HOOM for dolßf job work nro not
surpassed in California OUtSldo ol Kan
ITranelf-oo and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to ut; will bu executed wltii neat"
news and dispatch ftt the LoWftst living
WAR DEPARTMENT, BIGSfAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams uud ftopOTtl for
the heucfitof Commerce and Agriculture,
Report of observation* taken at u>* An
geles, Cal., Nov. 2, 1870.
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1:30 P.M. 29.08 67 (14 W 4 Fair
118 p. M. .SO.fll 67 81 Calm _0 Fillr^
Maximum Thermometer, 6s
Minimum M 47
J. M. Fhantz, Observer.
' CHURCH CHIMES.
Catuoliu Cathedral. — Main street,
below First. First Mass at sA. M.; lust
mass, at 10 a. m.; Catechism ut 2,09 p. If.;
vespers at 7 p. h.
Old Catholic Church. — Opposite
the Hiazu. First messat StSQA. V.i sec
ond muss at 7 a.m.; last mass at 'J a. si.;
Catechism at 3 p, m.; vespers at 4 p. m.
St. Athanaisiuh Episcopal Church.
— Comer of Temple and New High
streets. Rev. Wm. H. Hill, Hector. Ser
vices ot 11 A, M. und 7:46 p. M. Sunday
School at 12)4, M, Seats free, and hll cor
Fort st. M. K. Ciiuhcii. — Hey. Ueorge
H.lllekey, Pastor. Preaching ut 11 A. X..
an d 7P. M. Subbuth School ut p. M
Class meeting Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
Trinity If. E. Church South.—Spring
street, belwcen First and Secund. Itev.
Millard Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sabbath at 11 A. M. and 7 p. M, Sun
day School 0:30 a.m. Pruyer meeting 7:46,
every Wednesday evening.
Baptist Church.—Spring streof, be
tween Fourth and Filth stieels. Services
at 11 a. und 7 p. m. Sunday School
directly after morning service, seals free,
and the public are cordiullv iuvited.
Prayer meetings Thursday evenings.
Presbyterian Church.—Rev. T. M.
Cunningham, 1). ]>. Services ut Cloud
Templars' Hull, every Sunday ut II a. m.
and 7% p. M. Sunday school Immediately
afier morning service.
First Congregational Chuhcii. —
New High street. Hey. 1). T. Packard,
Pastor. Services ut 11 A. m. und 7P. M.
Sunday School at I3)g. All are cordially
Unitarian Services — Union Hall,
Spring street. Rev. John 1). Wells, Min
ister. Services every Sunday ut 11 A. v.
Sunday Schotl urtoruoon atlSllS. Scuts
free. All uro cordiutly Invited.
Church ok Christ.—Preaching ln the
Court House by the Paster, John C Huy,
at 11 A. M und 7p. H. Sunday School at
Evangelical I.cmieran Church—
Bey, A. (ieyer, Paster—services lv Union
Hall every Sunday ut 10:30 a. m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday School aty::io a. m.
The steamer Orizaba is due frorii
Sun Fraueiseo to-ilay.
Don Marco A. Forsltr, of Las
Fiores rancho, San Diego l-ouuty,
Is at the Pico House.
Mr. W. W. Creightou, wo learn,
will shortly coiunience the publica
tion of » weekly paper at Wil
Evening services iv the fSplfcCO
pal Church Will bo resumed
this eve.ilng al twenty min
utes after seven o'clock.
The November Term of the Dis
trict Court commences to-morrow,
when tho calendar will bu called
and cases ret for trial.
The Grand Jury for the Novem
ber term of the County Court, to
meet ou .the lSlh lust., was
drawn yesterday. A venire of forty
term trial jurors was alsodrawu, re
turnable on the "sth lust.
. We regret to learu of the death of
the little girl of Mr. M. D. Johnson,
of the Santa Mouica Hotel, which
occurred yesterday. The funeral
will lake place ut J2 o'clock to
morrow, from tiie hotel.
From anil after to-morrow (Mon
day) the Public Library will be
closed for several days iv order to
make some chances and improve
ments lv the arrangement nf the
The house of Messrs, Davidson St
Berry, iv the Little Teliunga
C»iion, wus destroyed by tire ou
Wednesday last. A lot of honey
belonging to Davidson & Haskell
was also destroyed.
By notice elsewhere, it will be
seen tbat Walter, third son of Mr,
Charles F. Harper, died nt the res
idence of bis parents yesterday
evening. The fuuerul will lake
place a 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The frost last Sunday night was
very severe in Westminster aud
vicinity, aud the potato crop suf
fered somewhat. If is said that in
Los Nietos region also, the frost
did considerable damage. — Ana
Los Augeles people registered at
Sau Francisco hotels ou Nov. Ist:
Miss Cardwell, Mr. aud Mrs. Shep
erd, H. H. Tburard, Palace; A.
Sancherly, International; Mrs. A.
W. Craudall and daughter, Buss
Chief Harris yesterday arrested
Dick Carter, who has figured in the
Police Court in connection with
the Mayer-Garey gang, a number
of times Within the past year. He
is wanted at Sau Francisco for
trial ou a'i liidictmeut for murder.
Tiie regular monthly meeting of
the Horticultural Society will be
held at the Pavilion on Saturday,
November 0, 11 o'clock A. M.
Business of importance connected
with tiie completion of lhe Pavil
ion will come up for action and a
full attendance is requested.
County Tax-Collector Kremer
gives notice in the Express that
tate and county taxes are now
doe and payable, aud
tbat they will become delinquent
ou Mouday, January 6th, 1870. He
will be in his office every week day
between the hours of 0 A, H. and 5
p. m. to receive money.
Mr. Ballerlno takes issue with
Prophet Potts as to the time of the
commencement of ruin. The latter
says we will have rain from the
let to the sth instant; while Mr.
Balleriuo s»«s we will have no rain
before tho l l 'i. Both are now on
record audthje event will prove
whloh Is tl- tfietter guesser.
Santa Barbara lias got her pro
rata of them. Tbe Press says:
"Quite a Dumber of tramps have
made their appearance in town
within the last few days. It is
supposed thoy are some of the par
ties whom the police of Los An
geles made a raid upon last week,
nineteen of whom thoy had up be
fore Judge Peel at one time."
Tlio Ventura Free lb-ess says:
Qeorge Hall is quite enthusiastic
over some placer diggings which
he and some companions I aye dis
covered m ar the head of Sail Frau
cisco cafion, a short distance from
Newhall. lie claims that there Is
pay gravel from two to eight feet
deep, yielding from two to eight
cents to tiie bucket aud water to he
had convenient. He shows about
four bits' worth of gold as proof of
his ftsseittoni; but we want to see
ounces and ounces of it. We hope
it is a good tlud, however,
A Santa Barbara paper says:
"The oracles, i. 8., tlio fishermen,
state that the remarkably clear
condition of the sea at the present
time indicates a storm to follow in
a few days. It is randy tho water
is as transparent as it is at the
present time. The bed ot the ocean
was visible yesterday at a depth of
nearly fifteen feet—so clear that
old "Dick" harpooned a huge Jew
fish that was lying at the bottom.
But the fish was so large that in Its
struggles for freedom it broke away
from the spear, ono prong of which
was almost straightened nut. Dick
estimates its weight ut two bun
dled and fifty pounds,
The Teachers' Institute convenes
at Union Hall, lv this city, to-mor
row (Monday), and will continue
in session live days. Hon. li. S.
Carr, Superintendent of Public In
struction, Prof. A. tj. Mann, City
Superintendent of Schools, San
Franoisco, Prof. H. B. Norton, of
tho t?tato Normal School, Mrs.
Jeanne C. Carr, Deputy Superin
tendent of Public Instruction, and
J. P. Wldney, M. D., have been
Invited and tire expected to as-ist
iv the work of the Institute.
It, is reported that Judge Sepul
veda lias declined to preside over
the District Court in Ventura
during tlio November term—that
the term of the Court Will bo post
poned until Deceaal.er, and that
Judge Belden, of the Twentieth Ju
dicial District, will hold the Court
at its regular session in November.
These rumors are somewhat con
tradictory, and proportionately un
reliable. No official nntico has yet
been made of any postponement as
far as wo can learn. — Santa liar
Mr, C. E. Perkins, Vice-Presi
dent of the Chicago, Burlington
and Qiincy Itailroad, accom
panied by a number of Eastern
friends, will arrive In Los Augeles
to-day. The party travel in two
officers' palace cars and will re
main here several duys, visiting
Santa Monica, Wilmington, San
Gabriel and all other places of in
terest In this vicinity, including a
trip to the summit of the San Gor
The Itille Section of tiie Turners
inaugurate their new shooting
range at tho Arroyo Heco to-day.
At 1 o'clock p, If, tho free for nil
prize shooting match will com
mence. The prizes will consist of
a handsome silver goblet, money
and other articles. In tho evening
asocial dance will take place at
Turnvereln Hall, when the prizes
will be awarded.
A party of eighteen couples from
this city and Vernon District made
a descent on the residence of Mr.
A. V. Dunsmoor, nt Pasadena, on
Friday night. Mr. Dunsmoor sur
rendered gracefully and fun and
frolic were the order of the night,
and at an early hour yesterday
morning, the revellers returned to
United States Senator McCreery,
of Kentucky, and J. H. Stewart, M.
C, from the Saint Paul District,
Minnesota, members of the Indian
Commission now visiting the Pa
cific Coast, arrived in the city on
Friday and returned to San Frc.n
oisco yesterday. They were regis
tered at the Pico House.
Justices Crockett and Rhodes, ol
the Supreme Court, went up to San
Fraucisco yesterday. Chief Jus
tice Wallace and Justices McKin
try and Nilea will hold Court here
on Monday and on Tuesday ttie
Chief Justice will start overland
andjustlcos McKlnstry und Niles
by the steamer Orizaba, for San
[Downey Courier. |
Wo have boen informed Unit the
walnut crop of Los Nietos valley
this year Is larger than ever before
kno,vn, and would have been tro
memlou.'i had it not been for the ex
treme heat we experienced at
times. The excellent quality of
the nuts raised in tills valley has
attracted tho attention of Ban
Francisco buyers, nnd contracts
have been made for their purchase.
The nuts will be placed on the
market as the distinctive product
of Los Nietos valley.
Though a vast amount of corn
lias been gathered through the val
ley, hut very little has been ship
ped. High freight and low prices
ruling In San Francisco act as a
bar to shipments. Farmers will,
consequently, crib their corn and
wait lor higher prices and lower
freights. What little corn has beeu
shipped from here has been in
A very largo quantity of barley
remains iv the valley, prices offered
at present not being remunerative.
There are probably ten thousand
sacks stored In the warehouse of
Baruoh & l.oew here. Wo learn
that In many instances farmers
have been run in dobt by their bar
ley crop—not paying expenses of
, threshing, suoking, etc
Our exports for tbe month of Oc
tober were as follows: Barley, 645
sacks, 58,004 pounds; corn, 320
sacks, 40,829 pounds; meal, 207
sacks, 22,619 pounds; castor beans,
56 sacks, 4,099 pounds; millet, 37
sacks, 1,706 pounds; merchandise,
U,IBO pounds. Total, 137,037
Our exports the present week
have embraced the following: Bar
ley, 282 sacks, 27,911 pounds; wal
nuts, 153 sacks, 8,651 pounds; meal,
183 sacks, 20,138 pounds; corn, 375
sacks, 51,169 pounds; merchandise,
2,697 pounds. Total, 110,466
Los Augo'.cs Lswyers ln Council,
Pursuant to a call published in
tho afternoon, a meeting of mem
bers of tiie bar was held yesterday
evening in the County Court Room.
Judge H. X, S. O'Molveny called
the meeting to order, and stated
that the object of tho meeting was
to obtain an expression of opinion
relative to the proposition now be
fore the Judiciary Committeo of
the Constitutional Convention in
regard to tiie Supreme Court.
Judge O'Melveuey then nomi
tinted District Attorney C. E.
Thorn for Chairman, who declined.
The Judge then placed in nomina
tion Hon. Geo. H. Smith, who was
elic'od Chairman of the meeting.
Stephen M. Whte, Esq., nonii
unled Mr. Julius Lyons ns Secre
tary. Mr. Lyons was elected.
J. D. Biithune, Esq , moved that
a committee of five be appointed
by the chair, to draft suitable reso
lutions, to bo preseuted at the next
met ting for action, memorializing
the Constitutional Convention
upon tho subject of tlio location
and organization of the Supremo
Court; and that copies of suoh res
olutions, when adopted, be fur
nished to the delegates to said
Convention from this section.
The motion was carried ami tho
chair appointed the following as
the committee called for: Messrs
J. ft. McConueil, H. K. S. O'Mul
veny, J. D. Bothune, i*. W. lean
er, and Stephen M. White.
Tho Committee were notified to
meet on Monday afternoon at one
o'clock at Oeu. MoConnell's offloe.
Judge B. L. Feel moved that, a
committee of two lie appointed by
the chair to oommunloate with the
members of the bar of Southern
California outside of Los Augeles
and to endeavor to secure their co
operation. Carried. •
Tie chair appointed Messrs, B.
L. Peel an I Et. M. Rosa such com
The meeting then adjourned un
til seven o'clock Monday evening,
at tho County Court room.
The discussion elicited entire
unanimity of sentiment against
lixing by Constitutional provision
nil the sessions of the Supremo
Court at Sacramento.
Johnson's Cyclopedia Endorsed.
At a recent meeting of the Board
of Education of tlio city of Oak
land, the following \vu9 passed
Resolved, That we adopt John
son's Universal Cyolopedia as the
standard work of reference for tiie
public sc'.ioi Is of tho city of Oak
laud; no: alone because it has been
adopted and approved hy tho State
Board of Education, and recom
mended by the faculty of the Uni
versity, but also because upon ex
amination we find it more com
prehensive iv its plan, and com
plete in its detail, treating of a
greater variety of subjects, cover
ing a wider field of Information,
coming down to later dates, and
being nearer abreast will) the ad
vanced knowledge of the world
than any other work now before
the people; because it is more con
venient in form and economical In
price; because by the use of sub
heading and cross references, and
the superior arrangement of lis
matter, it is more available for
ready reference, and the fund of in
formation It contains more imme
diately accessible; because its corps
of editors and contributors repre
sent by far the largest amount of
learning and ability ever com
bined iv any one work which has
coiuo under our observation, and
shows thatin tbe treatment ofeaob
department of learniug the work
has been under the supervision of a
maßter mind in that branch of
human knowledge, while the sig
nature of every author gives to the
work a verity not fouud in com
pilations or anonymous publica
tions; because the information it
contains comes from original
sources, and is thereforo the latest
and bef (of its kind, and unsur
passed In its literary character;
and finally, bocame upon all lead
ing topics it refers to tho best
works oh tlio subject treated, thus
enabling those who wish lo pursue
their Investigations further.
What the New Cannery Has Done.
At n meeting of Urn Board of
Director! of the Home Industrial
Aid Association, Friday evening,
It appeared, from the reports of tho
Superintendent and President,
that, since the Company com
menced operations, on tho ISth of
October, to tho 81st of the same
month, it hail purchased 1,277 lbs,
of tomatoes; 2,815 lbs. of grapes; 485
lbs. of figs; 3,495 lbs. of peas; 1,158
lb3. of apples and(lß2 lbs. of poaches,
making a total of 0,912 pounds, or,
In round numbers, nearly five tons.
Tho statements further showed
that the works had canned and put
up 9 doz. cans of peaches; 174 doz.
cans of tomatoes; 31 doz. cans of
peas; 24} doz. cans of grapes; 5*
doz. quart jars of peach butter; 5j
doz. cans peach jelly; locausof tigs
and 15 gallons of tomato catsup;
that it had on hand, with which to
commence work on the first of this
month, 1,000 lbs. of tomatoes, 2,095
lbs. of pears; 1,400 tba, of grapes;
485 lbs. of figs and 1,158 lbs. of ap
ples, and about 1,000 cans uf fruits
and jellies of different kinds. From
time lo time the necessary machin
ery and materials have been pur
chased until the establishment is
capable of turning out about 200
cans a day, and employsslx persons
in its diifercut departments. The
Company now numbers 142 mem
bers, representing 765 shares, or
$765, of which $277.25 has been
paid, leaving $488.75 yet to be
raised. The Association It grat
ified at finding itself in such a
solvent condition, nnd is very much
encouraged by its thirteen days of
Pome of tho bodies of the drowned
in tbe Priucess Alice disaHter were
taken from the water, robbed ami
thrown back again, and iv more
than ono case drowning pasfengere
were passed by boatmen wfth the
remark, "Oh, never mind him,
he's alive; look out for tho dead
ones." Tills is owing to the regula
tion which provides that a reward
of live shillings be paid for the re
covery of every dead body, but faL
to reward the rescuer of the living.
Horticultural Fair Statement.
Tho Hocretnryof the Horticultur
al Society furnished the following
statement of receipts and disburse
ments of tlio Into Fuirto the Board
of Directors, at their meeting yes
Ticket office receipts 51.752 00
School tickets 03 90
Ball receipts 151 00
Sale of privileges 08 00
Membership and dues 1,085 50
Total receipts SD.IOI oo
Fair < xponses 51,100 00
Premiums 755 00
Profits of the Fair 1499 gj
The Microphone in the Pulpit.
I From tlio Halifax (Enjt ) Journal.)
Last Sunday a inicrophono was
placed In the pulpit of a chapel iv
this town and connected, by a pri
vate lino running by, with tlio res
idence of a gentleman, over a mile
distant. Every part of the service
' was distinctly heard at the geutle
man'a house, with the exception of
a few words rendered indistint by
the preacher becoming a little ex
cited and shaking the microphone,
of which ha hud not dreamed
of, or he might have beeu some
what nervous at the idea that Ids
sermon was being oonveyed away,
he knew not Whither, So faith
fully did tho microphone do its
work, that the chapcl-kceper was
heard to close tho doors after ser
vice, walk up the aisle and put up
the pulpit steps, in conversation
Willi some ono else. During the
week experiments have been made
in tho school-room of au another
chapel, and the tinging of the
scholars was transmitted und re
transmitted over a number of tele
graph lines with remarkable clear
ness. The idea is about to bo put
lo practical use, tho gentleman
already referred to having given
instructions that his house should
be connected with that of a gentlf •
man near, in order that an invalid
may hear I lie service from ono of
the churche in the towu.
A gentleman In Chicago, being
threatened with an infectious fever,
said lo bll little sou, who, in an af
fectionate mood, wished lo em
brace him, "You musu't hug me;
you'll catch the fever." Willie,
standing back, looked In amaze
ment upon his papa, who, hy the
way, is a pattern of propriety, nnd
quickly asked, "Why, papa, who
did you hug?"
Arthur (who had been listening
witli breathless interest to grand
papa's Bible stories): "Aud wore
you in the Bile, grandpapa, along n'
Noah and ail the rest of 'cm?"
Grandpapa (indignantly): "No, sir,
certainly not." Arthur: "Then
how is It you wasn't drowned?"
"*'«-M J UUHIIM. Ol I. I. E T OIUSOS'H 1 II A N*
•.i ntproi 111-COlins, NOV. 2. Is7s.
Joseph M Sberblirue to .lane Kllia Mi
nor—Lot oil ft ou N T side Washington st,
Mft W of Qsorgia si: 8200.
John MUner to Adam Urohc Hume us
Augustus D Loilrll to James McCoy—
Undivided one-half interest in Htfi and
ME '. ol SW )4 and NIS of UK it Sec 11
T a .-, It 7 W1 825.
Rupert* Martini z la Maria de Los An
gales de Berry—NX !4 of sw Ut BsoSTa
M R 9 W. and all tbat part of Shi }i of N W
] 4 of section s and Ifi of San .lose creek.
Demetrlo Martinez and lilorlgno Mar
tinez to Mariade Lo* Angeiss de Berry—
Lo* Angeles Fruit Land Association to
James Olemontcs—Lots? of si)u acre tract
or said Association; $7fo.
N P Campbell to J X Stump—Loi 5, blk
N, Mott trncr; $100.
Hugh (foreman to ./ p Fleming—3B
acres on cast side Obi Han Qabrtei river 1
HarieUns Bllsslda to Petra Pells de
Bushes—Pari or lotl, blk ;12, Ord'a sur
SdWHTdT Wright to M V. Hodgklns
Lot 9, bit.B,Ban Pasqual trad; SiO.tno.
Though Shaking Like an
win, the chilis and fever, tiie victim of
malaria may still recover by using the
celebrated spec! lie, llostetter's Stomach
Bitters, which not only breaks op tbe
most aggravated attacks, but prevents
tbelr recurrence. 11. Is Infinitely preler
aole touuluine, not only because It does
the business far moro thoroughly, but
also on ucconnt of Its perleot wholesome
ness and Invigorating action upon the
entire system. Testimony is conenrrem.
positive ami ample showing the decisive
nuture of Its effects, anil that it is no
moro palliative. Physicians concede Its
exoellence, and there is a constant In
flux oi communications from persons lv
every cluss of society avouching its mer
its and bearing wltuess to its superiority
over other remedies for nialarlul tils
ease. It Is especially popular through
out tbe West, wherever fever ami ague
prevails, as it does In many oftha fairest
and most fertile portions of that vast rc
Mr.'. Poiiet has arrived from Wan
Fraucisco with the latest fashions
in millinery und faeey goods,
which she intends to sell at the
lowest prices. Call nnd see the
stylish hats for $5, formerly sold
for $10; French garments sold for
from $8 to S10; school hats nt 25
cents apiece; and nil goods at the
same low rales. Ladies are Invited
to call and examine our prices, at
"Pioneer" Millinery Store, No. 78
Main strict. ootlß,lw
Pruning shears and budding
knives nt Sutherland's pun store,
75 Main street. I my 6
A Row of Pearls.
QllStMtlng through coral lips is certainly
a pleuslng object; but v row of discol
ored, bespcckled teeth in any mouth at
all In a grievous drawb tuk. Add lo this
that, such a set of teeth II usu illy accom
panied by imnuro breath, and one can
scarcely imagine anything more obloc
tjonahle. BOZODONT. the great purftier
of the breath and whftener of Ihe teeth
obviates ibis Ktnto of the miaitb com
pletely, re-cuing Itt dental occupants
from destruction, and counteract iDg the
Influence- upon the enamel ol acid secre
tions ln the mouth.
Denthft ir'ubllslicd Oralis; l uncrsl
Notices, one Doiinr.
JOHNSON—At Santa Moolcn, ou Nov.
2d, Elizabeth Olivia Johnson, aged ouu
year aud one weok.
The funeral will take place to-mor
row (Monday) at 12 m., from tho Hanja
Monica Hotel. Tho frfend* of the fam
ily are invited to attend.
HARPEIf—Iu Mils oily, Nov. M, Walter
Harper, third son of Charles K. Harper,
ln the eleventh year of his ago.
Funeral from the residence of the
parents near Adams street, this (Sun
day) afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of
I) the family are respectfully Invited to
, attend without further notice.
NEW TO-DAY. |
LOdS AT THE LATH FT HE IN' ST. LOU £8! The main part of Fifth street baa burned down and tUM %
nf the noonlo aro homeless. Tho larire wholesale dry goods house of HARRIS BROS, loss II $126,000. ;'
Tho well known wholesale clothing house of SCUUGS, VANDERBILL & BURR'S loss Is $87,000. MI
CHAEL'S BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY'S 1»-h is $127,300; and many others are ln the same state.
Of tho above goods have been saved, and lhe balance has all gone iv smoke. Ft is terrible lo hear suoh sad
news, but it cm not ho helped. The agent of the
IXL AUCTION 00.!
Had just beeu there iv times to purchase the balance of DAMAGED GOODS, which have been sold almost
for nothing. One-third of the amount lias been sent to this city, which aro ready for sale
On Saturday, Nov. 2d, at the
IXL AUCTION 00., NO. 9 COMMERCIAL ST.
It is an impossibility to believe how cheap these goods will sell. Just for a pleasure,
THE PRICE X_, IS T
Of the goods which were slightly damaged by water:
209G3 yards of Slightly Damaged Calicoes _ To be Given Away at 3c. per yard, or 33 yards for $1
19050 yards of Slightly Damaged French Calico To bo Given Away at 50. per yard, or 20 yards for $1
30500 yards of Slightly Damaged Turco-red dress goods, To he Given Away at OJcper yard, or 16 yards forsl
10326 yards of Slightly Damaged Heavy Muslin To be Given Away at 4c. per yard, or 25 yards for SI
51789 yards of Slightly D.xmagod, one of the best brands, Fruit of the Loom, at 00. per yard, or 20 yards for St
111!) doz. of Slightly Damaged Ladies' Felt Skirts at 47} c. each; Good value, $S
97S doz. of Sligblly Damaged Ladles' Colored Hose at 80. a pair; Good value, 25d
933 doz. of Slightly Damaged Ladles' Handerchiefs at 00. apiece; Good value, 250
1400 doz. of Slightly Damaged Heavy Men's Overshirts at 75c. apiece; Good value, $2
1623 doz. of Slightly Damaged Men's Cambric Ovorahirts at 2">e. apiece; Good valuo, SI
1207 doz. of Slightly Damaged Men'a Heavy Undershirts anil Drawers at ;<">c. apieoc; Good value, 760
1355 di z. of Slightly Damaged Pairs of Blankets, and several hundred different damaged articles will be
HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! TO THE
IXL AUCTION COT
FOR THIS IMMENSE BARGAIN SALE WILL COMMENCE
On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2d,
AT THE IXL AUCTION CO., No. 9 COMMERCIAL ST.
~ — WILL BE SOLD AT —
A SACRIFICE FOR CASH,
QUINCY HALL CLOTHING STORE,
NO. 72 M AIN Si ~
Lanrraueo Building! lioa Angele*,
*«"PhyBlclrins' rrescrlptlons carefully
COHlpoundSd . day oi night. Alt*
TO RENT OR FOR SALE.
Los Angeles Distillery
IN (IOOI) OltDiilt AND RBADX Fort
The huov.i property WILL BE RRNlfeO
on Koaxouublo TerßM, or
"VV ILL UK! BOLD
Fov ONE-QU AIvTER. Us AI'TU A I. COST.
For term, apply to
ROWAN A WILLIAMS.
03-2 m 71 DOWNEY BLOCK.
GRAND OPENING J
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER Hth,
A splendid and varicJ stock of Jewelry will be exposed for sale at
THIS COLLECTION" EMBRACES
Cold and Silver Watches and
Gold and Silver Jewelry
OF Till: I.ATKHT AHD MOST IMPROVED STYLES.
Clonics* ol* nil Kinds, Ssillver unci l'lalcd Ware,
Coral, I'lnigJitsli Garneta, eto.
BSTHK CA 1.1 POrtNlA J lIWELY HOUSE presents to the people 1
of I.os Angeles a r iru opportiioity fur BARGAINS. A visit to 80. W I
Main street is sure to repay tiie purchaser. 1
E«T REPAIRIN') of flue walcbes, clooks and Jewelry done witb the ... >
utmost care aud warranted. * !
S. NORDLINCER, ProD'r. £