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■The Russian Electric Baths of R.
Bughes and Wife are iooated at No.
B Main street, opposite the Pico
Bouse. Gentleman and la
dles will be waited upou by persons
B their own sex. novl4tf
■ Pruning shears and budding
knives at Sutherland's gun store,
B Main street. Imy*
I At Pearson's Oriental saloon,
Downey Block, you can get a bat-
Is of excellent champagne for $1,
he whiskies, imported direct from
"entuoky, milk punches of a per
iction which reflects unbounded
onor on their compounders and
ipltal Havana cigars, the latter for
Beer has a FalstafHian effect, as
lenry Weil, the brewer of the
'hiladelphia Brewery, will testify,
xood beer makes muscle and fat,
ud all tbe regular patrons of tbe
'hiladelphia Brewery are strong
nd healthy. It makes the sick
rell and the healthy stronger;
hysic is unnecessary aud doctors
re played out, if you use the Phil
delphia beer. Leave orders at the
tewery or send them by mail. De-
Bvered free to any part of the city.
No. 130 Hill Street.
Nicely furnished rooms with first
class board, use of parlor and piano.
Best looality in the city. Terms
reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No,
ISO Hill street. ocl2
invalids who are suffering from
chronic kidney and liver diseases,
rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula,
and all cutaneous afTectious, should
go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells, lo
cated thirteen miles from Los An
gelea, ou the Anaheim railroad.
This water is, beyond a question,
HL T. McDonough, late of 39
Spring street, has just opened the
Acme of Fashion at No. 12, Tem
ple street, where he will be pleased
ito meet bis old customers and the
publio in general, to whom, as be
fore, he guarantees the most stylish
and best fitting clothes lo be bad
,in the city.
S Tbe manufactures of tbe Home
Industrial Aid Association aro now
Tor sale in all the stores iv the city.
Any one can aid the cause by buy
ing a can. nil lw
Tiie Ladies' Oyster Kooms, Re
jUuena street, near Main, opposite
ilia United States Hotel, aro again
•ispeued to the ladies and will be
Carried ou iv a strictly respectable
•ay, so that all ladies, with or
4)ritbout escorts, may feel at ease
md receis'e prompt aud respectful
.Attention. Oysters iv every style,
: shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
■m band. Job Hayek.
•it 4 tf
; A shipment of Guinness' Extra
Stout, direct from Liverpool, in
' pints and quarts.
127 Main street, Pouet building,
Los Angeles. au2l-tf
. Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
tust received a consignment of
Boa lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
•s a draught beer. Oysters,
■hrimps, not aud cold lunches of all
Vinds, constantly on hand. Give
Aim a call. Corner Main aud Re
wuena streets, opposite the U. S.
A The best and cheapest clothing
and furnishing goods can always be
Sound for oash at tbe Quincy Hall
Slothing store, Duoommun Block.
Afou can dress stylishly and with
fkconomy by buying your godds
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pale
Ale ou draught at McKenzle's.
Powder, shot and caps at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1
, Ladies' scissors and pen knives at
I Sutherland's guv store, 75 Main
Qet your old clothes cleaned and
dyed at No. 8 Aliso street. u7tf
Cartridges and ammunition oral!
kinds at Sutherland's guv store, 75
Main street. linys
Old hats re-made at No. 8 Aliso
£ Ouns, rifles and pistols atSuther
f land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1
Second baud clothing bought aud
sold at No. 8 Aliso street. n7tf
A Row of Pearls
Ullateulng through ooral lips is certainly
a pleasing object; but a row of discol
ored, bespeokled teeth In auy mouth at
all la a grievous drawback - . Add to tul»
that such a set of teeth Is usually accom
panied by Impure breath, and one oan
scarcely imagine anything more objec
t-unable. BDZODONT, the great purifier
ofthe breath and whltener of the teeth
obviates this state of tbe month com
pletely, re.culng Its dental occupants
from destruction, and counteracting the
Influence upou the enamel of acid secre
lons in the mouth.
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. * H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
£ Co., San Francisco; also,
J. H. CUTTER.)
Old Bourbon and Rvo
From thalragents, A. P. Hotallng 4 Co.,
Han Franclseo, by the Bottle or
Oullon, at wholesale prices.
it and Irish Whiskey,
ties and Porter.
I PLE ROOM
with the purest
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WAR DEPARTMENT, BIQHAL SERVIOE,
0. 8. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the Itenefltof Commerce and Agrloulture.
Report of observations taken at Los Au
geles, Cal., Nov. 8, 1878.
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;15p.m. 29.97 OO 79 Calm 0 Clear
Maximum Thermometer, 70
Minimum " CO
J. M. Km nt/., Observer.
Mr. Louis Rati elsewhere ortl-is a
desirable residence to rent.
The Teachers' Institute adjourn
ed line die yesterday evening.
A uicoly furnished room is ou'ei
ed for rent ln our New To-Day.
Under Sheriff Kays returned
from a short visit to Sau Francisco
by yesterday's overland train.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Horticultural Society will be
held at Ihe Pavilion at 11 o'clock
A. M. to-day.
The Bsntlst Chuich, ou Spring
street, will give a Sunday School
Concert Sunday oveuing, begin
ning at 7 o'clock.
A lady, in our New To-day, ad
vertises to give instructions in
music as an equivalent for a pleas
ant room und board.
We were mistaken in saying that
Jailer Thompson receives seventy
flvecents aday for his boarders. He
only gets forty-five cents and in
■crip, at I hat, which generally
sells for only ninety oeuts on the
There is a dog lv Los Augeles
who believes that the Chinese
ought to go. Woe be to the poor
Celestial who passes tliat dog's
way. The canine bites not loud
Wo were favored with v call yes
terday hy Mr. R. May, agent of tbe
serial department of Bancroft's pub
lishing house. Mr. May lias a num
ber of new and interesting publica
tions which ha will exhibit to tho
citizens of this ■ •etlou during bis
The new United Presbyterian
Church at Santa Ana will be dedi
cated to-morrow. The Rev. M. M.
Gibson, D. D. from Sau Francisco
I* expected to be present us well as
other able ministers from abroad.
Services will bo held at 11 o'clock
A. si. and 7 p. m.
When we bear in mind the fact
that there were only sixty-two
members of the Los Angeles bar
around to sign tliat memorial, we
•re forcibly impressed with the un
derorowded condition of the pro
fession of the law hereabouts.
Lo* Angeles contributed the fol
lowing sums for the relief of the
yellow fever sufferers: Subscrip
tions through Wells, Fargo & Co.,
$616 50; collected by Messrs. Work
man Uephard and Dunkelberger,
$500; contributed by Western
Union Telegraph employes, $303
20; two cltlzeos, $100. Total, $1519
We learn that the repairs to the
machinery and the new derrick
were completed at the Los Augeles
Oil Company's well in the Sospe
District two days ago. On resum
ing work it was found tliat there
were 1,300 feet of oil in tho well. It
I* confidently believed that as soon
as the well is cleared of sediment
oil will flow freely, or that the well
will be, in oil parlance, a "spouter."
We oall attention to the trips*
column advertisement of the Me-
chauic's Store, No. 40 Main street,
which appears elsewhere. This
house receives every week fresh
consignments of the latest styles of
clothing, dry goods, etc., which,
considering the extra quality of the
goods, are sold cheaper than tbe
cheapest. Intending purchasers
should not fail to give this house
a call aud, even if they should not
buy, they will receive polite at
tention from the proprietors and at
And now comes along another
critic, aud has his say about
"Physician's" able article on cis
terns. As usual it is another envi
ous brother Esculaplus. He has
the hardihood to say that bethinks
he knows who "Physician" is, and
that, if his judgment Is correct,
this blasphemer of our mountain
water is entitled to know very lit
tle about its properties because he
always takes his'n straight. We
are verily beginning to think that
the medical profession, in discuss
ing each other, are giveu to all
envy and uucbaritableuess.
Seflor Anastasio Vargas, a Mexi
oan historical and portrait paluter
of considerable eminence, has lately
arrived in Lns Angeles. Ho bas
already painted the portrait of
Judge Carrlllo. Having inspected
the "counterfeit presentment" of our
old friend we are pleased to be able
to pronounce it a faithful and mer
itorious portrait. When we add
that the picture was painted ln
nine hours those who will shortly
have an opportunity of examining
tbe work will agree witb vi in pro
nouncing Beflor Vargas an artist
who is characterized by celerity as
well as skill.
Teachers' Institute—Fifth Day.
The Institute was called to order
at 9 A. il., Superintendent McDon
ald in the chair. The roll call an
nounced 82 present, 27 absent and
The report of the Committeo ou
Music was quite pleasing, as like
wise the report of tho critic. Miss
Btarford, who, to say the least, was
Mr, Hayes' report ou queries was
quite interesting and highly amus
Prof. Lawlor resumed' the sub
ject of arithmetic with his usual
The subject of history was then
taken up by J. R. Brierly. His re
marks were quite happy aud de
cidedly to the point. He favored
oral history; would teach moro from
home topics and dwell more partic
ularly upon home features and im
press upon the pupils the general
Idea* of the history of our own
After tbe Superintendent's report
of schools) and the condition of the
mdm, Mr. Henderson addressed
lome pointed remarks ou the sub
ject of "Morals and Manners,"
which were well received.
By request of the Chair, Prof.
Allen addressed tbe Institute on
priviledged questions. He intro
duced his remarks by adding some
bints on etiquette which were
quite well received. Said tliat
school discipline almost entirely
embraced the elements of good
breeding, and that there is no
feature in the entire course of edu
cation of so much importance to
their future welfare lv society.
Great care should be taken in
preparing questions; they should
not be too hard nor 100 oasy. Tho
average grade of an examination
should be about 70 per cent., illm
tratitig his reasons for the sune.
He conoluded with a few valuable
hints to teachers conducting exam
inations and on Bchool government
Tho Committee on Resolutions pre
sented their repnrl, which, on mo
tion, was accepted, and the resolu
tions set for tiie nl'tern >on session
for consideration, as also such fur
ther resolutions as may be submit
ted. Adjourned until Ip. M.
Re-assambled at 1 P. H , Super
intendent MoDonald in the chair.
Noted 91 present, 21 absent and 7
The following resolutions were
Whereas, In. view of the loss
we have sustained by tho death of
our friend und associate N. J. Mor
gan,ami of the still heavier loss sus
tained by thoso who were nearest
aud dearest to hltn; therefore be
Resolved, Tliat it is but a just
tribute to the memory of the" de
ceased lo say that in regretting his
removal from our midst, we mourn
for oue who was in every way
worthy our resnect aud regard.
Resolved, That we sincerely con
dole with tho bereaved family un
der the severe affliction which Di
vine Providence has seen lit to send
Resolved, That this heartfelt tes
timonial of our esteem and sympa
thy bespread upon the minutes of
the Institute and a copy sent to tbe
Whereas, Section 1847 of the
Political Code of California pro
vides that tho minimum amount
of couuty funds that can be levied
iv any one year shall be such a
sum as will be equal to $3 to each
census child iv the county, aud
Whereas, The Hoard of Super
visors did, at their October meet
ing, deliberately refuse to comply
with tbe law, when their attention
had been called to It by the County
Superintendent and the District
Attorney, and did fix a tax levy
which will not raise a sum more
than sufficient to give $2 to the
census child, thereby causing a de
ficit in the incoming county fund
•( Dot less than $12,000, aud
through said deficit shortening the
term of many of our school* from
one to two mouths; therefore, be it
- Rttolved, Tbat we, the teachers
of Los Augeles county, in conven
tion assembled, do denounce said
action of tho Board of Supervisors
as illegal and an outrage upon our
rights aud tbo rights of the chil
dren in our publio schools.
Whereas, The State Agricultu
ral and Mechanioal College, as now
located, is not fulfilling tbe evident
intentions of the United States law
creating such Colleges and confer-
Ing grants of land on them; and
Whereas, The people of South
ern California are left entirely out
lv the oold, as far as any benefits
from theso grants is concerned;
therefore, be it
Resolved, By the teachers of Los
Angeles county, in Institute assem
bled, that in our opinion a branch
agricultural aud mechanical school
(or schools) of mechanical arts
ought to be established in South
ern California, and wo recommend
that tbe people of tho southern
part of this State continue to agi
tate tbis subject until the demands
Resolved, Tliat the thanks of the
Institute be tendered to Superin
tendent McDonald for the able and
Impartial manner In which he has
presided over tbe deliberations of
the same aud discharged the other
duties of his office.
Resolved, Tbat the sham attempts
at economy made by our delegation
in the last Legislature, by cutting
down the salary of the Couuty Su
perintendent of Schools to such a
small compensation tbat it will
compel the bolder ef that office ln
the future to virtually give up
visiting the schools and confine
himself to tbe clerical duties of the
office, while at the same session of
the Legislature these delegates did
procure the passage of a law in
creasing the pay of county offi
cials already receiving large sala
ries, is a blow at the efficiency of
our public schools and is deserving
of the condemnation of every friend
Resolved, Tbat the thanks of the
Institute are tendered to Shotnluac
Tribe, I. O. K. M., for the free use
of their hall on Tuesday evening;
to tbe Philharmonic Society for
their pleasing entertainment Wed
nesday evening; tho Loi Angeles
press tor full reports of the proceed
ings; to Professors Allen and Mann
for their valuable services, and to
Professor Carr aud Dr. Widney for
their able lectures.
Resolved, That the Institute re
spectfully request that the State
Board of Education examine that
part of the school Jaw which per
tains ta the powers, duties and
emoluments of County School Su
perintendents, and that they sug
gest to the Legislature any amend
ments to the same they may deem
necessary. W. P. McDonald,
Superintendent and Chairman.
W. R. Barbour, Secretary.
DEATH FROM APOPLEXY.
Mr. Thomas B, Jackson Found Dead at B a
Coroner Hannon yesterday held
an inquest on the body of Mr.
Thomas B. Jackson, brother of Mr.
John E. Jackson, County Surveyor,
whose remains were found at the
door of his room, in Temple block,
by Constable Rose, about 7 o'clock
yesterday morning. Mr. Jackson
was last seen alive between 5 and 6
o'clock tiie previous evening. The
jury returned a verdict tbat death
was caused by cerebral apoplexy.
From the position of the body
when found and the fact that tbe
key of his room still remained in
his band, it is supposed that death
must have been instantaneous.
Deceased, whom we first met
about five years ago, was a survey
or by profession, and a gentleman
of large and varied experience out
side of bis profession, with wliom
intercourse was both pleasant und
profitable. His funeral will take
place from Masonic Hall at eleven
o'clock this morning.
Albert Sidney Johnston.
Joo Hooker —"fighting Joe"—
I in-.' been talking about Federal and
Confederate generals lately. Arter
a very accurate analysis of Grant,
Hooker says tbe following pleas
ant things about Gen. Albeit Sid
ney Johnston, the father of two
"He died oarly—too early in tbe
war, to let thutquestiou be answer
ed with full confidence. But as
faras he went, Albert Sidney Johns
ton was the portentous man ofthe
war, and, probably, had he lived,
would have been Us acknowledged
genius by North aud South. 1 was
in California at the breaking out of
the war, and feeling that I must
take a part in It, walked down to
the Panama steamer witli Albert
Sidney Johnston. He stud to me,
'Hooker, you uro going into the
Union army?' 'And you John
ston?' 'I shall not fight against the
Union flag,' be said; 'they have
been my colors. Nor do I want to
oppose my State with arms. I
think I shall go down to Los An
gele», out of the way, aud assist my
brother-in-law, Dr. Griffin, on his
ranch there.' When I arrived East,
1 found Johrston was coming over
land to ns-ist. the Confederacy.
When I arrived at Washington, I
met Mackall, also au old army
chum. Said I, 'Mackall, what are
you going to do? 1 'Oh, Hooker!'
he answered, 'I can never fight
against the American flag'—und
that night he crossed tho lines to
aid the South."
"Well, General, of the surviving
Confederates, which was the most
"It lies between Lorjgstreet and
Joe Johnston," returned General
Hooker, thoughtfully. "I suppose
you have met Longstreel; you can
see that he is a man of internal
strength. Ho was a better soldier
than Lee at Gettysburg. Astojoe
Johnston, I saw him in Mexico,
and was greatly impressed with his
fine bearing iv tho Held, aud when
I came in front of him in Northern
Georgia, where he embarrassed me
so long, I was equally impressed.
Both these men were gifted com
OUtnet He**, SEPULVEDA, J.
Friday, Nov. 8, 1878.
Rlnaldi & Co vs Campbell—De
murrer overruled; ten days tn an
P Davi3 & Bro vs Cajon Irriga
tion Company—Same aotiou.
Baumgartner vs Strelitz—Same
Dotter & Bradley vs Stiolilz—
McFadden V 9 Mitchell— Same ac
O'Melveny vs Newbill —Same ac
Josefa A de Cells vs TC Porter-
Aug Melhoru vs Charles Lindley
et al —Same action.
Champion vs Strelitz— Same ac
Peck vs Temple et al—Same ac
Sylvaiu vs Alexauder—Same ac
Raw la ml vs Bouton et al—Same
Lothian et al vs Richter—Same
Potts vs Sbeltou—Same action.
Lothian & Co vs Moulton—Same
Staudefer et al vs Lower et al—
Hubbell vs Campbell—Demurrer
to answer overruled.
Sanchez vs Cummings—Re-set
Tor trial Dec. 17th.
Lothian et al vs H J Wood et al
—Demurrer overruled; ten days to
Webber vs Stumpf — Demurrer
submitted; two days to answer.
Los Angeles County Bink vsThe
Co-operative Nursery and Fruit
Company—Decree ordered to enter
as prayed for.
Elliott vs same—Same action,
Slauson vs same—Settled nud by
Gibson va Gurey et al—Same ac
Wanzer vs Somers—Remittitur
(No cases set for to-day—Satur
We had tlio pleasure of a chat
yesterday with Col. John D. Gra
ham, of tho Toltec Syndicate, who
hasjust returned from a trip to the
Santa Rita mines, Arizona. The
Colonel is latterly putting in
heavy licks towards earning the
title of the "Great American Trav
eler." His trips to and from Ari
zona are fast and furious. He In
forms us that a mining revival of
formidable proportions is now un
der way ln tbe Territory. He en
countered the advance guard of the
Southern Pacific Railway fifteen
miles out of Yuma, clearing away
brush for the graders. The latter
have advanced a couple of miles
from Yuma towards Maricopa
Welle, and the rails are laid and
tied for a distance of a mile or a
mile and a half. The working
gangs are expected daily from Mar
tinez. Upon their arrival rapid
progress will be made with the
"Democrat" on the Situation.
Editor Herald: Tho call for a
mass meeting to-night to nominate
a People's ticket, to be voted for at
the coming city election, does not
seem to meet with the attention
that it deserves from the Democ
racy. Let me tell them tbe pro
gramme that some of the manipu
lators and candidates have laid
out. The Intention is to open the
meeting at sharp 7.30. Immedi
ately that rising young lawyer, H.
T. Hazard, is to be nominated for
Chairman, and elected unanimous
ly; than he will be prepared to
name a committco of say twenty
one, whose duty it will be to nom
inate candidates. In tbe course of
next week the committee will re
port the following names: J. K.
Toberman for Mayor; J. J. Carrillo
for Tax Collector; J, F. Godfrey for
City Attorney; L. W. French for
Treasurer; and some good Republi
can for City Assessor. What do
you think of such a ticket for a
Democratic city ?
If this programme is carried out,
the Democrats must nominate a
straight ticket, and then we shall
have a triangular fight, aud tbe
result may prove disastrous. Let
Democrats, therefore, and all fair
minded Republicans attend tbe
mealing In-night at 7.3osharp, and
let us have a square deal all round.
Officers McFadden and Asabeda
yesterday arrested five trauip9 who
had helped themselves to wine
from the cellar of tbe Hotel di Ro
ma. They were examined before
Judgo Peol and three of them found
guilty. Sentence reserved till to
A gentleman in New Orleans
was. ugreeubly surprised to find a
plump turkey served up for his
dinner, and Inquired of tlie servant
how it was obtained. "Why, sab."
replied Sambo, "dat turkey has
been roosting on our fence free
nights, so dis morniu' 1 siezed him
for de rent ob de fense."
Probably, at Iho last, dreadful
day, when Gabriel sounds hisjtrump
if he doesn't stop ouce or twice be
tween tlio blasts, and shout, "Gen
eral, General! Colonel, I say !" not
moro than two-fifths of the men in
Amerlcau cemetries will get up.
VP'**, JUOSON, GIM.Et-t't: A Ol ICON'S THAN
SCmtVTOK llKOOltlis, NOV. tf. 1878.
Albert Oibbs to Elm Ira II Olbbs—All
thai part or w M of SW V, See 7 T 1 is It 11
W lying a ol a t> R R, 20' acres.
V Beaudry to J c Dotter nnd C II llrad
ley—Lot s side Hundst; $3JO.
Elizabeth Baalett to Rose S Vtageolt—
Lot I, block UO, or 145, Bania Mnnlcn:
J l» Fuller to Henry Charles-1.51 neres
on River st, Han Juan Caplnlrann: $150.
U W Brown to J H Emit—Undivided
one-halfof ten ncres In Rancho Santiago
de Santa Ana: 8500.
Jnmea Lynn to Georaro W Carpenter—
SW Hof N W !,' ot ME j; See 38 TI S It 19
W. In Los Coyotes Rancho, ten aortal
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Jacket ItmtiH Sheridan l ( n (15
Imperial ....I 3U@lli Senator 45c@40n
Kentuck 71a Andes 1
Alpha 14>,«j11414 Ward 1 311
Bnlcher 9 Scorpion >Jttin 70
man Fhancisco. Nov. S.
U A X S'iaS 1 * Summit 1
Eureka 36 Bulwer ti
Jackson 8 Belvldere I eIMiK
Belmont ■iiOHslK Ulackbawk I
N Belle lu'i Booker VA
Manhattan ...3y,m2'4 3 standard IK
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Argent.i h%my t Mono i^i&i^i
Indapand'all 30.92 10 Con Pac .'. 3V,
Hlghbildge IU Dudley \y t
Paradise 1 Klamath 1 75
Roche ny,mV/ t M White 939';
Tioga *'in 2 Leeds 170
Hed Cloud 3»ir«(4 Tip-Top 1 40
Beware of Cheap Excitants,
And tiso, If yon ncod a tonic stimulant
and alterative, Hostellers Stomach
Bitters. The liquors of commerce, even
when thoy are not adulterated, fail to
produce more than a temporary exoner
ation, usually follower! by a depressing
reaction, anything hut beneficial to a
weakly constitution. Not only do tbo
potent botanic Ingredients combined
with tho alcoholic of Hosteller's Stom
ach Bitters minister to the health aud
vigor of those who use It, but tho basis
pure old rye, the finest aud most salu
brious llquurdistilled—is no mean pro
muter of a healthful condition of thectl
gestivo organs. Its presence in the Bit
ters is essential to preserve their vegeta
ble constituents from fermentation, and
IB unquestionably augments tbelr reme
dial vulue. Few medicinal preparations
of a proprietary nature have ever re
ceived such strong commendations from
medical no n.
Mr?. Ponet has arrived from San
Francisco witli tho latest fashions
In millinery aud fancy goods,
which sho Intends to sell at tbo
lowest prices. Call and see the
stylish hats for $5, formerly sold
for $10; French garments sold for
from $8 to $10; school hats at 25
cents apiece; aud all goods at- the
same low rates. Ladies are invited
to call and examine our prices, at
"Pioneer" Millinery Store, No. 7S
Main street. oetl3,lw
You can tradeoff your old clothes
for now oues at No. 8 Aliso street.
Deaths Published Gratis; funeral
Notice*. Hue Dullar.
JACKSON—In Ibis city, Nov. 7th, 187s,
Thomas B. Jackson, a native of Couuty
Mayo, lieland, aged 85 years.
Funeral from Masonic Hall this (Sat
urday) morning at 11 o'clock. Fi lends
and acquaintances are respcotfully in
vited to attend without further notice.
Los Angeles Meat Market
Corner ol First and Main Sis.
Having opened a Meat,' Market at the
above stand, 1 respectfully solicit a share
of public patronage.
WNONE BUT THE BEST QUALITY
OF MEATS, of all descriptions, served.
011-lra FRANK A. WKIN9HANK.
LOSS AT THE LATE FIRE IN ST. LOUIS ! Tlio main part of Fiftli street baa burned down and many
of the people are homeless. The large wholesaln dry goods house of HARRIS BROS. lo»» If $125,000.
The well known wholesale clothing house of HOUGKH, VANDERBILL <fe BURR'S loss Is $87,000. MI
CHAEL'S BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY'S loss is $127,300; and many others are in the same state.
Of the above goods havu been saved, and the balance has all gone in smoke. It is terrible to hoar such sad
news, but it can not be helped. The agent of tho
IXL AUCTION 00.
Ha 1 just been there in tim > to purchase the balance of DAMAGED GOODS, which have bean sold almost
for uothiug. One-third of tlio amount bas been sent to this city, which are ready for sale
On Saturday, Nov. 2d, at th 6
IXL AUCTION CO., NO. 9 COMMERCIAL ST.
It is an impossibility to believe how cheap these goods will sell. Just for a pleasure,
HEAD THE PRICE LIST
Of the goods which were slightly damaged by water:
20903 yards of Sliglitly Damaged Calicoes To be Given Away at 3j. per yard, or 33 yards for $1
19650 yards of Slightly Damaged French Calico To be Given Away at ss. per yard, or 20 yards for $1
30500 yards of Slightly Damaged Turco-retl dress goods, To be Giveu Away at UJc per yard, or 16 yards for $1
16326 yards of Slightly Damaged Heavy Muslin To be Given Away at le. per yard, or 25 yards for $1
9789 yards of Slightly Damaged, oue of the best brands, Fruit of the Loom, at sc. per yard, or 20 yards for $1
1119 dox. of Slightly Damaged Ladies' Felt Skirts at47Jo. each; Good value, $2
978 doz. of Slightly Damaged Ladies' Colored Hose at Be. a pair; Good value, 26c
933 doz. of Slightly Damaged Ladle s' Handerchiefs at 60. apiece; Good value, 2Ao
1400 doz. of Slightly Damaged Heavy Men's Overshirts at 73c. apiece; Good value, $2
1623 doz. of Slightly Damaged Men's Cambric Overshirts at 25c. apiece; Good value, $1
1267 doz. of Slightly Damaged Men's Heavy Undershirts and Drawers at 35c. apiece; Good value, 75c
1353 dcz. of Sliglitly Damaged Pairs of Blankets, and several hundred different damaged articles will be
HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! TO THE
IXL AUCTION CO.-
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,
Heinzeman & Ellis,
NO. 72 MAIN 31.,
Lanfranoo Building, LoJ Angeles,
•ar"Phyiil clans' Ftescrlptlous carefully
compounded, day or night. niM
TO RENT OR FOR SALE.
Los Angeles Distillery
IN OOOD OUDtK AND READY FOR
The abjve property WILL BE RRNTKI)
on Reasonable TtrmS. or
WILL Mffi BOLD
For ONE-QUARTER lt« ACTUAL COST.
For tonus apply to
ROWAN A WILLIAMS.
08-2 m 71 DOWNEY BLOCK.
calii o o rv i
OH MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th,
A splendid and varied stock of Jewelry will be exposed for sale at
KTO. OO IMCAIIXr ST.
THIS COLLECTION EMBRACES
Cold and Silver Watches and
Gold and Silver Jewelry
OF THE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES.
Cloclis of* nil Kindt*. Silver nnd Plated Ware,
Coval, ICnurHsli Garueta, etc.
Wm X CALIFORNIA JEWIXY HOUSE presents to the people
of Los Angeles a rare opportunity for BARGAINS. A visit to Ha, W
Main street is sure to repay the purchaser.
W REPAIRING < i" lino watches, cloaks and Jewelry done with tbe
utmost care and warrunied.
S. NORDLINGER, Prop*