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We take pleasure in announcing
the arrival iv Bos Augeles of Mr.
F. Llndquist, who Is connectod In
the capacity of cutter with the es
tablishment of F. Veyessett, mer
chant tailor, No. 7 Spring street.
Mr. Llndquist has been employed
for many years as cutter In the first
establishments of San Francisco,
among others with Messrs. Burr &
Fiuk, which house during that
time was considered the very best
in the metropolis. Mr. Lindquist is
welcomed by many people of our
oity who have hitherto had tailor
ing work done in San Francisco,
but who will not need to send
henceforward to securo first-class
accommodation. Mr. Veyessett's
establishment is in receipt of a
large assortment of French, Eng
lish and American cloths, suitable
for the wiuter season. Here you
will find the largest and finest as
well as the newest assortment of
goods In Southern California.
Broadcloths, beavers, doeskins, di
agonals, fancy cassimeres, velvet
and silk velveting constantly ou
hand. Mr. Veyessett will not fail to
give perfect satisfaction to his nu
merous customers, as well as rea
sonable prices. decG-lm
The Russian Electric Baths of 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
of their own sex. uovlltf
Wishing tackle and cutlery at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
street. -my 7
At Pearson's Oriental saloon,
Downey Block, you can get a bDt
tle of excellent champagne for $1,
fine whiskies, Imported direot from
Kentucky, milk puuebes of a per
fection which reflects unbounded
honor on their compounders nnd
capital Havana cigars, the latter for
a bit. 526-lm
, Beer has a Falstaftlian effect, as
' Henry Weil, the brewer of the
/ Philadelphia Brewery, will testify.
Good beer makes muscle and 'fat,
I and all the regular patrons of the
I Philadelphia Brewery are strong
ami healthy. It makes the siok
well and the healthy stronger;
physic is unnecessary and doctors
are played out, if you use the Phil-
I adelpliia beer. Leave orders at the
' brewery or send them by mail. De
livered free to any part of the city.
r No. 130 Hill Street.
m. Nicely furnished rooms with first
Hslass board, use of parlor aud piano,
■Beat locality In tho city. Terms
■ oasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No.
■mi Hill street. ocl2
" Invalids who are suffering from
chronic kidney aud liver diseases,
rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula,
and all cutaneous alt'ections, should
go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells, lo
cated thirteen miles from Los An
gples, on the Anaheim railroad.
This water Is, beyond a question,
Go to McKenzies for Pure Old
I Bourbon and Rye Whiskies,
[French Brandies, Scotch and
' 1 uish Malt Whiskies by the Bot
tle or Gallon. Goods delivered
free of charge.
A. T. MoDonouoh, lato of 80
\ Spring street, has just opened the
i acme op Fashion at No. 12, Tern
kole street, where ho will be pleased
tm I, meet his old customers and the
R.ublic in general, to whom, as be-
More, he guarantees the most stylish
'and best fitting clothes to by had
in the city.
The manufactures of lho Homo
>' Industrial Aid Association are now
for salo In all the stores in tbe city.
I Any one can aid tbo oauso by buy-
I ing a can. _____ nU lw
[ The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
j quena street, near Main, opposite
' tlie Uuited States Hotel, ore again
I opened to the ladies aud will he
i oiirried on in a strictly respectable
iw&y, so that all ladies, with or
Ito itnout escorts, may feel at ease
»Jnd receive prompt und respectful
Oysters in every style,
f shrimps, tea, colfeo, etc., constantly
on hand. Jon Bayer.
i Joe Bayer, of Cougress Hall, has
Just received a consignment of
r boca 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 band. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Re
auena streets, opposite tho U. S.
Mrs. Ponet has arrived from Sau
Francisco with the latest fashions
In millinery and fancy goods,
I which she Intends to sell at the
lowest prices. Call and see tire
Btylish 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
name low rates. Ladies are invited
to call and examino our prices, at
"Pioneer" Millinery Store, No. 78
Main street. octl3,lw
The best and cheapest clothing
and furnishing goodscan always be
found for cash at tbe Quiucy Hall
clothing store, Uncommon Block.
You can dress stylishly and with
economy by buying your, goods
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pale
Ale ou draught at McKenzie's.
Razors of every maHe atSuther
.tnd's gun store, 75 Main street. 2
Qet your old clothes cleaned and
dyed at No. 8 Aliso street. n7tf
Carving knives at Sutherland's,
75 Main street. 2my7
Spring eye needles (our own
make) at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. 2my7
You can tradeoff your old clothes
for new ones at No. 8 Aliso street.
Cheap prices at Sutherland's gun
■tore, 76 Main street. 2my7
Old hats ro-made at No. 8 Aliso
Second baud clothing bought and
■old at No. 8 Aliso street. n7tf
FRIDAY V. DEC. 6, 1878.
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Hereafter notices of companies, socie
ties, churches, etc., will only bo Inserted
in the Hebald as paid advertisements.
We reserve, Cor Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every
WAR DEPART ME NT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
TJ. B. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
tho henofltof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations takon at T-os An
geles, Cal., Dec. 4. 1878.
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Maximum Thermometer, 88
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J. M. Fbantz,Observer.
Will the President, of Ihe Coun
cil be Beck or Butler ?
The citation in tho estate of Ma
ehado will be heard lv tbe Probate
Don F. P. Forster, of the Santa
Margarita ranch, is paying Los
Anrreles a visit.
James Hager, couvicled of bur
glary, will be sentencod by County
Judge Stephens to-day.
Captain L. F. Ruoker, a former
resident of Los Angeles, d'ed at
Kansas City, Mo., November 12th.
Tho Woikingmen will celebrate
their municipal victory by a torch
light procession ou Saturday night.
Mr. Luther H. Titus, of San Ga
briel, has been awarded a patent
for portable ladders for gathering
The Board of Supervisors yester
day instructed the Clerk to procure
a supply of styclinine for poisoning
Persons desiring hoarding in a
healthy location in the country
will do well to consult our New To-
"Pete" Gabriel has been elected
Sheriff of Pinal county. This an
nouncement will be gratifying lo
Gabriel's many friends in this sec
Council will sit as a Committee
of the Whole next Monday after
noon to investigate the trouble be
tween Chief Harris and officer
In answer to a telegraphed iuqui
ry we learn that Col. Ay era is
much improved from his severe
indisposition to Which we referred
In Judge Peel's Court, yesterday,
two drunks were up for sontence.
One contributed $5 to the city
funds and the other was sent to the
chain gang for five days.
Long trains loaded with rails and
ties, each drawn by two powerful
engines and en route to the "frout,"
in Arizona, are daily features of
railway life in Los Angeles.
To the superficial observer the
weather-clerk Is getting ready to
drench things hereabouts. . Until
he does, there is one universal de
mand for tiie sprinkling cart.
Council yesterday, on motion of
Mr. C. C. Lips, agreed to renew
(he contract with the street sprink
ler for one week on the same terms
as under Ihe previous contract.
Tho meeting of the Ladies' Be
nevolent Society was adjourned
until this afternoon at half-past
two o'clock. It is hoped every
member will be preseut, as the of
ficers for the ensuing year are to bo
The regular weekly meeting of
the Philharmonic Sosiety will be
held this evening. AU who intend
to Join the Society are requested to
be present and do so at this meet
lug, so as to be prepared for the
Mr. McDonnell, agent for the Pa
ciflc Coast for the Oth edition of the
Encyclopedia Britanica, and other
valuable works, Is visiting Los An
geles and may bo found nt the
White House, Commercial and
Los Angeles streets, for one week.
Between C and 7 yesterday eve
ning some one ontered the house of
Luisa Dominguez, on Los Ange
les street, and stole $240 from her
bureau drawer. Two men visited
her room about the time named,
one of whom is suspected of hav
ing stolen the money.
We take pleasure lv calling tlie
attention of persons who desire to
secure nicely furnished rooms to
the fact that Hipv can bo accommo
dated nt the Kimball Mansion.
This house is elegantly furnished
throughout and commands a su
perb view of the eutlre city.
Mr. Howe, representing the
United States government, is here
to inquire into Ihe timber lands
question. It is understood at the
Department tbat a great deal of
government timber Is being
cut fraudulently under that clause
of the act of Congress which per
mits the use of the national timber
for mining purposes.
Miss Carrie Cohn,who celebrated
her seventeenth birthday on
Wednesday, was the recipient of a
very pleasant serenade from Mr.
Mendol Meyer and other musical
friends, on Wednesday nieht. Tbe
aerenaders were invited into tbe
bouse and partook of an Impromptu
collation and, la bumpers of cham
pagne, wieWjd tbe young lady
many years of happiness.
The last number of the Salt
River (Arizona) IleraUl says: "Mr.
W. B. Hellings, Superintendent of
the Golden Star mine, came in on
Monday night and passed through
to Maricopa Wells, for Sau Fran
cisco. Mr. Hellings took with
him $24,000 in gold bullion, being
tho result of tho clean up for thirty
days. Five hundred and forty tons
oj rock were crushed, yielding $47
per ton and not counting concen
trations, nearly a ton of which are
saved every twenty-four hours—
the average assay being S2OO per
ton. Tho ores of the Goldeu Star
minos carry very rich sulpliurets,
which are all saved with the Frue
concentrating tables. Mr. Hellings
informs us that tho mine has divi
dends in sight for twenty years.
We heartily congratulate him and
ail Investors in the company on
their great success." Mr, Hellings
lately passed through his Angeles
en route to Chicago.
Wo took a casual look into
Naud's grain warehouso yestciday.
We found 215,000 sacks of grain in
store. This flue building, which
has a oapacity of 23,000 tons, or
about 450,000 bushels, is two hun
dred feet long by two hundred feet
wide. Mr. Charles Henry, the
foreman, informed us that the pros
pects for an improvement la the
prico of barley aro very slight.
Originally it was thought that the
warehouse would he emptied of its
contents by tho end of February,
but it is now expected that it will
be May at least before tbe last of
the grain will betaken away. Ow
ing to tlie fact that the barley is
not of a "brewing" quality its own
ers cannot hopo to compete, this
year at least, witli Ihe northern
growers of barley.
On Saturday Mr. A. B. Caldwell,
of Spadra, received a telegram that
his brother, R. 11. Caldwell, was
lying dangerously ill of pneumonia
at Yuma, Arizona. 110 ot once
hasteued to his side, where he ar
rived ou Sunday morning, nnd, al
though he procured the best medi
cal atteudanoe and did everything
possible under tho circumstances,
his brother died ou Tuesday, tho
8d inst. The remains were brought
to Spadra and interred there on
Wednesday. Deceased Waa a son of
S. S. and Lucy Caldwell and was
born near Columbia, Murray
county, Tennessee. He was in the
twenty-seventh year of his age and
was a young man of great promise.
His death will be regretted by a
largo circle of friends, *
It will be seen, by our advertis
ing columns, that the delinquent
salo of the San Francisco Petroleum
Company has been postponed till
Wednesday, December 11, IS7S.
The "Bulletin" on Our Election.
The old adage runs that oue
must go away from home to learn
the news. Tbe San Francisco IJul
lettn, of December 4th, has taken
to philosophizing upon our late
municipal election. It eventuates
in the following hypotheses anent
Tbe municipal election at Los
Augeles has resulted in favor of
what has been termed the Work
ingmeu's ticket, most of its candi
dates having obtained majorities.
J. It. Toberman, tho Mayor elect,
was Chief Magistrate of the city
during the term ending December,
1874. For that term bo was elected
on tlie People's or Taxpayers'
ticket, defeating Mayor Aguilar,
the Democratic candidate, who
held the office continuously for sev
eral previous terms. At that time
Mr, Toberman was a Republican,
and his party was greatly in the
minority. But his personal popu
larity drew many Democrats to his
support, and scores of Democrats
abstainod from voting for their
party candidate, because ho was
unfitted for the oflico through bis
utter ignorance of the Kaglish lan
guage. Mr. Tobormau performed
the duties of the oflloo during that
term very acceptably. Nominally
the represeutativo of the Working
men at Los Angeles, Mr.Toberman
is practically a gentleman of leisure
and has been sucli for many years.
He is probably indebted for ills re
cent election to the unpopularity
ol his opponent, B. Cohn—a Dem
ocrat and tho People's Oandldate —
as much as he is to tho assistance
received from the Southern I'acllic
Railroad Company, toward (which
Mayor Toberman has always man
ifested a friendly feeling. The new
Mayor enters upon his official du
This is the way the perspicuous
editor of tlie Bulletin, looking os
through a glass darkly, saw the
situation iv the editorial columns.
On looking at the Jlulletin's tele
grams we encountered tho follow
ing refreshing and extraordinary
Los Augeles dispatch:
In the municipal election here
yesterday, tbe Workingmen elect
ed their entire ticket, with the ex
ception of three Gounciluion. Fa
berman, Workingmeu's caudldato
"for Mayor, received a majority of
For a first effort, tlieso effusions
are not so bad.
San Pascual Literary Society.
We have reoeived an invitation
to tbe entertainment of tlie above
named Society, to be given at Pas
adena next Saturday evening. The
drama of "The Last Loaf " will be
presented with the following cast:
" Mark Asliton," Mr. 8. E. Locke.
" Galob Hanson," Mr. 0. ti. Martin.
" Harry Hanson," Mr. \V. I). Martin.
" Dick Bustle," Mr. C, W. Bell.
"Tom Ohuubs," ;Mr. W. 0. Swan.
" Mrs. Kate Ashtou," Miss Annio Swan.
" Lillie Asliton," Miss Ella Qilmore.
" Tatty Jonos," Miss Annio Clapp.
After tho conclusion of the drama
a song—" What Do Birdies Dream
of?"—will be rendered by Miss
Velma Urowu. Shadow panto
mimes and a social reunion will
bring the affair to a close.
rROM JUDAON, atLLKTTK A OinSON'H THAN"
SOHIPTOr HKOOIIDS, DUO. &, 1»7B.
I) C Hayward to J 8 Baldwln-E y, lot
1, block D, Chapman tract. In Rancho
Santiago do Bantu Ana; 82200.
Robert Boswoll to Thos Walker—lo.4l
acres In Rancho Santiago do Santa Ana;
United States M America to Joseph
Clark-Patent- LgrV 2 and 3,8W of NE
H and SB Hof Nt; ii Sec BTBB R8 W.
Council met In regular session
yesterday afternoon, with 11. Cohn,
Mayor pro iem., iulhe Choir.
Present—Messrß. Green, Jones,
Mullally, Kercheval, Pott', Lips,
Apablasa, Cohn and Hollenbeck,
Minutes of previous meeetlngs
read and approved.
The Mayor reported the collec
tion of $1,802 75 ou account of li
censes sold by the City Tax Col
lector aud presented City Treas
urer's receipt for same. Referred
to Finance Committee.
Tbe Mayor also repot ted that he
bad signed licenses amounting to
$2,468, which had boon placed in
the hands of the Tax Collector for
The City Tax Collector reported
the collection of $2,872 38 on ac
count of taxes and $1,802 75 ou ac
count of liceucos. Referred to Fi
Tho City Judge reported the col
lection of $31 fines since last report,
With City Treasurer's receipt for
Tlie Health Officer reported that
he had given notice for tbo abate
ment of 71 nuisances since last re
Tbe annual reports of city offi
cers, except the City Attorney,
Health Officer and Chief of Police,
were referred back for correction.
The Chief of Police submitted his
report for the month of November,
showing that $92 60 fines had been
collected and 13S arrests made, as
follows: Battery, 12; grand larceny,
;!; drunk, 20; petit larceny, 9; va
grancy, 9; trespass, 58; misdemean
or, 14; burglary, 2; assault to kill,
5; abduction, 1; fast driving, 1; ex
hibiting deadly weapons, 1; arson,
1; robbery, 1; murder 1. Filed.
Tho Committee on Zanjas report
that they havo given George Mil
liken permission to lay pipo lv
Zanja No. 1, at his own expense,
under certain conditions, Ap
Also, recommend that tho flume
on Zauja No. 5, between the prop
erties of O. W. Child! and the De
Celis estate, be battened and coated
with brea. So ordered.
Tho Special Committee, to which
was referred the report of tho Chief
of Police, find that lie has collected,
from Juno Ist to Nov. 9th, on ac
count of dog licenses and tho re
demption of dogs, $211.50; total ex
penses, including tho Chief's com
mission, 50 per cent., $245, leaving
a balauce of expanses over receipts
and tho amount appropriated by
the Council of $33.50, which, con
sidering tlie amount of his com
missions, lho committee think
ought to be borne by tho Chief of
Petition from Officer Tribnlet
asking that the Council order an
investigation of the cause of the
trouble which took place between
him (Tribolet) and Chief Harris on
the day of tho recent city election.
Mr. Lips, on beiug informed that
the Council was not invested with
judicial powers, took the ground
that the Council had nothing to do
with tho matter.
Mayor Colin, while conceding
the poiut that lho Council had no
judicial power, said that, as Ollleer
Tribolot's character had been called
in question by the action of the
Chief of Police, lie thought that the
Council ought to grant the petition
Messrs. Hollenbeck ami Green
took the same view.
Mr. Green moved that the Coun
cil, with the City Attorney, sitting
as a Committee of the VVlinie, give
tlie mutter v full investigation at v
special meeting to be held at 3 I*.
M. on Monday uoxt.
Pending consideration of Mr.
Green's motion, a communication
was received from City Judge Peel
asking that, in view of the fact
that the charges against Officer
Tribolct are to be investigated by
tho Police Committee, ho would
recommend that tho conduct of
Chief Harris, a member of tho Po
lice Committee, bo first enquired
into by the Council.
Mr. Greeu's motion was then
adopted,and the Clerk was instruct
ed to notify tlio Chief of Police aud
Officer Trlbolet of the time of meet
ing, so that they may bo prepared
with their respective witnossos.
Communication from T. Ban
bury, contractor, informing I lie
Council that work on Reservoir No.
6is about completed. Referred to
Special Water Committee.
Petition of J. I). Allen asking
that Council order a barrier to be
put around the open cellar nt the
corner of Flower and Sixth streets.
Referred to Polioe Committee.
Petition of tho Los Angeles Typo
graphical Union for a lot in tho
cemetery. Referred to Committee
Communication from the Police
Commissioners giving tlie names
of 20 special policemen for election
day, and asking tho appropriation
of $100, or $5 each, for their pay
Mr. Kercheval moved that their
pay bo $4 each. Lost.
Mr. Mullally moved that the
Clerk be instructed to draw war
rants for tlie amount asked by the
TheFiiiance Coromitteo returned
tbe usual monthly bills approved,
for Ihe payment of whioh the Clerk
was instructed to draw warrants
ou the proper fuuds.
Mr. LIpB moved that if tho con
tractor will sprinkle tlie streets at
the same rates as under the former
contract, that tho Mayor bo author
ized to make an agreement witli
him to put on ull bis carta anil, for
the next seven days, sprinkle tile
streets the sanio as before his con
tract expired. Carried.
Council then resolved Itself into
a Board to canvass the returns ol
tho recent city election. The fol
lowing officers were declared duly
elected for tho ensuinir term:
Mayor, J. It. Toberman.
City Treasurer, L. Lichtenberger.
City Attorney, J. F. Godfrey.
City Tax Collector, A. J. Ham
City Assessor, 11. Bilderrain.
Members of the Board of Educa
tion—.!. P. Widney, W. J. A.
MEMBERS Ot CITY COUNCIL.
First Ward—Lewis Meinzer.Joliu
Shaller, E. M. Hamilton.
Second Ward—J. H. Butler, Jno.
Bobenreith, R. Molony.
Third Ward—C. Brode, S. A.
Francis, S. H. Buchanan.
Fourth Ward—S. J. Beck, W. H.
Workman, 8. M. Perry.
Fifth Ward-N. R. Vail, J. G.
McDonald, W. B. Lawlor.
Tbe bonds of the several olty of
ficers have been fixed as follows
Tax Collector, $25,000; Assessor,
$25,000. Bonds must be filed with
in Aye days after the certificates of
election are issued.
The officers-elect are requested to
call at tbe City Attorney* office,
with the names of their sureties
and the amount for which each will
become bound, as soon as possible,
in order that he may prepare tbe
Adjourned till Monday at 3 P. M.
Board of Supervisors.
Thursday, Dec. sth.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present—Hannon, Morton,
Tbo following reports were read
and ordered filed; County Treasu
rer's, County Physician's, County
School Superintendent's, County
Judge's and County Auditor's; B.
H. Russell's, Justice of the Peace;
S. G. Reyuolds's, Constable; E.
Williams's, Justice of the Peace.
Bill of O. M. Rees, for witness
fees in case of the People vs. Geo.
Tbistleton—s32—subpoonaed by the
defence, rejected unless approved
by tlie District Attorney.
On motion of Supervisor Morton
it is hereby ordered that all parties
furnishing supplies for the Hospital
shall, iv the future, furnish dupli
cate bill to the Superintendent.
On motion of Supervisor Prager,
Lhe Superintendent of the Hospital
is hereby authorized to procure a
suitableorder-book for the hospital.
On motion of Supervisor Morton,
the Clerk is hereby instructed to
order from Heilman, Haas & Co.
500 ounces of strychnine in ono
eigbtli ounce, and 100 ounces In 10
--ounce bottles, and 250 pounds phos
phorus iv nuo-pound packages.
On motion of Supervisor Young,
Supervisor Prager is hereby au
thorized to furnish fuel and stove
for Public Administrator.
On motion of Supervisor Prager,
the Superintendent of the County
Hospital, Alms House and Poor
Farm shall receive a salary of $100
per month for all services in con
nection witii the County Hospital,
Alms House and Poor Farm, as
such Superintendent, from Novem
ber, 1878, during the] pleasure of
this Board. Young and Prager In
theaffh'iuntive, and Morton in the
negative, for the reason that he
considers the compensation exor
bitant and unreasonably high.
List of Letters.
The following is the list of letters
remaining iv Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Express Office for the week ending
Deo. 5, 187S:
Alexandre, I Aikens, Mrs O Q
Aiktn. Will C Anderson. J O
Barrett, Louis T Baker, A C»
Brown, Win \\ Binder, Fred
Borely, F Cailyle, W T
Carolan, C B Camel, A W
Cordis, F F Douglass, Belle 3
Donicko, M Foster, Jno B
Ferris, Mrs Jessie Forqnes, J & Co.
Green, Mrs V It Higgins, M & Co
Howard, (ono arm) .Toy, JA Co
Johnson, Mrs Itosa Leaton, Dr Geo
Maron, llev M Menard, J B
Musgrove, Mrs Wlt McDerniott, Bridget
Powers, Mrs Minna Smith, A Nidnty
Snetzor, Leonard Turner, Mrs James C
To Geo Gram (patr) Wilke, Francis W
Woodward,C A Watron, Mr
Woodrough, Jno n Zingskoim, Miss Ag's
"AN rRANOMOO STOCK AND KX
San Fhakcisco, Dec. 6.
ophlr 3.HS3IH Exchequer 3Xffi3>a
Mexican U®t3\ Bullion 4 71@4 4'l
I**o. 7545J7* Overman 10XSI8JS
I! ft D nXfcjiifi rjtah 18J4913H
California U!4<a)9Ji Justice 4 lo@4
Con Va 7!aoa" Succor 90c®75c
Chnllar 30035)4 Onion 3B3381(
11 ft N 'ok@lo Savage 9!<(99V
Point 4 lufiM Alta 5?4®5S
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Imperial tiodecac Julia 2*192 6,
Keiituck 4 10fi)4 Caledonia a
Alpha a Hill ian
BBliihnr t y.;,; 15 challenge i<soOc
O-mrt'lenee.. 6 P Sheridan 66&50
s Nevada 40ft(i38
Han FitANCtsco, Dec.s.
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Kuraka W<j:. r i> a Tioga 1 •(»
Jackson a!itfo >:ummit 1
Leopard 1 Bulwer in
N Belle U'£aio Booker >JJc®l
Manhattan Mono VHWx
«» Prise RSi dS':, (;on Pao
Argenla ■l\htfk 211 M White 8
Indopond'e..lßo9l 86 University 1
Hill Mido IMSIS Leeds 1
Hlghlnldgo Tip-Top HSS4I 30
VaradiHe 14.0(32 Caledonia Ulk H.l'J
A Problem Long Since Solved.
How lo remedy those prolific causes of
diseaso, an impoverished circulation and
au impaired digest ion, was a problem the
solution of which had often battled med
ical skill, but which was solved over a
quarter of a contury ago by the Introduc
tion of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters to
publio and professional notice. Since
t hat, time, which may well bo said to
have initiated a new epoch in the histo
ry of medicine, tbe remedy and preven
tive referred to has obtained a lootbold
in the confidence of tho Amerlcau people
that each succeeding year has only
sorvod to strengthen. It is recognized
throughout the Union as a tonic of tho
llrst order, a remedy for and sure means
of preventing lever and ague nnd disor
ders of the stomach and bowels; as a re
liable means of reforming a disordered
state of the liver and of counteracting n
tendency to rheumatism, gout, urltiury
und uterine disorders.
To all who aro suHerlng Troni the errors
Mill Indlscret.ous of youth, nervous
weakness, curly decay, loss of manhood,
etc., I will send a recipe that will cure
you. FREE OF CHARGE. This grent
remedy was ilisoovered by a missionary
In South Amerlua. send a self-nddress.d
envelope to the REV. JOSEPH T. IN-
M AN, Station 11, Bible House, New York
OnBCoi.D Ai:; i: ANOTIIKIt wil], with
many constitutions, securely establish
tho seeds of consumption lv the system.
If you aro In need of a remedy for any
Luug Trouble or Throat Disease, yon will
nnd Dr. Juyne's Expectorant ulways
prompt and efficacious.
SALMON-WINN-In this olty. Dec. Ist,
1878, at Iho resldenco of tbo bride, by
.1 udgo I'uei, \V. Salmon and Mattlu F,
I>cnlhn a>nblf.liotl Grant; Funeral
Notice*. One Dollar.
CALDWELL—At Yunm, Arizona, Deo.
S, 1878, ol pneumonia, R. H. Caldwell, a
native of Columbia, Murray county,
Tennessee, aged '2H years and 0 months.
lIIIOWN-In this city, Nov. 26th, 187S,
Wm. Brown, a«ed 6G years.
BKOWN-In this city, Nov. 30th, 187H,
Curistopher Browu, ajjed 55 years.
Buffalo (N. V.) papors please copy.
Do It at Once!
Persons who have becomo thoroughly
ohlllod from any oause, may have tbolr
circulation atonco restorod by taking In
to the stomach a teaspoonful of Johnson.
Anodyne Liniment, mixed In a little cold
water, welt sweetened.
GRAND ADIEU SALE
IXL AUCTION CO.
"Fare thee well, Los Angeles."
"Fare thee well, California."
Telegraphic Dispatch to THEODORE MELLIS, Manager of the IXL Auction Co.:
"Close Los Angeles IXL immediately. Sell regardless
In accordance with above instructions, A FAREWELL SLAUGHTER in DRY
GOODS, MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES—AN ADIEU CRUSH
in prices of EVERY ARTICLE now on hand at the IXL—will be inaugurated THIS
I, THEODORE MELLIS, hereby personally guarantee to carry out this programme; so,
therefore, I have marked down the goods AT COST and many things BELOW COST.
This last price list of ours will convince you to your satisfaction.
FOX TUTS LAST TIME:
150 pieces of Latest Styles Dress Goods we have reduced from 25 to 12. cts. per yard
262 pieces of Latest. Styles Dress Goods we have reduced from 37_ to 16§ cte. per yard
320 pieces of French Percales we have reduced from 25 to 8 cte. per yard
450 pieces of Fancy Colored Piques we have reduced from 30 to 15 cts. per yard
240 pieces of Scotch Plaids we have reduced from 65 to 25 ots. per yard
310 pieces of Camel's-bair Cloth we have reduced from 50 to 22J cte. per yard
150 pieces of Snowfiake Dress Goods we have reduced from 37J to 12 ots. per yard
The balance of our SHAWLS, BLACK GOODS and SILK VELVETS at ONE-HALF the former prices.
The Last Price List of Our Clothing Department
Has been reduced so low that people hardly can believe it:
We have to close out 957 Diagonal Suits atso.oo; former price, $14.00
We have to close out 733 Mission Wool Suits at 8.50; former price, 16.60
We have to close out 840 Scotch Plaid All-wool Suits at 12.00; former price, 20.00
We have to close out 873 Black Beaver Suits at 18.00; former price, 28.00
We have to close out 600 dozen White Linen-Bosom Shirts at 50cte; former price, 1.50
We havo to close out 1000 dozen Overalls at 45cts; former price, 75 ct*.
We have to close out 907 dozen Heavy Undershirts and Drawers at 35cte; former price, 65 cte.
The Very Last Price List of Our Boot and Shoe Department
Is very astonishing and will please you all.
4000 pairs of Ladies' Congres3 Gaiters, hand-sewed at $1.25; real value, $2.75
3755 pairs of Ladles' Balmoral Shoes, kid fox at 1.00; real value, 2.00
3975 pairs of Ladies' Kid Oxford Ties at 1.25; real value, 2.50
1200 pairs of Ladies' Burt's French Kid Buttoned Shoes at 2.75; real value, 8.00
4320 pairs of Misses' Calf Shoes X at 1.60; real value, 1.75
5309 pairs of Misses' Pebble Goat Shoes at 1.25; real value, 2.25
2720 pairs of Mißaes'Side-Lace Shoes at 75; real value, 2.00
6570 pairs of Men's Congress Gaiters at 2.00; real value, 3.75
4840 pairs of Men's Buckle Gaiters at 2.00; real value, 4.25
2400 pairs of Men's Boots at 1.75; real value, 3.60
3333 pairs of Men's French Glove Kid Low Shoes at 2.25; real value, 4.50
This is positively your LAST CHANCE at the IXL AUCTION COMPANY, No. 9 Commercial streetv-.
There is a very good opportunity for Hotel-Keepers and Boarding Houses, as we have a big line of BLAN
KETS, which we are selliug at £1.50 a pair, worth $3 50. and other DOMESTICS accordingly.
GOING! GOING! GOING! GOING! GONE FOREVER! Only THREE WEEKS MORE will the
IXL be in Los Angeles! " n.lO-lm
The Mechanics' Store*
49 Ti/LA.XN STREET,
Is the Place to Get the Latest Styles of
Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Etc.
The Best Goods and Lowest Prices.
EST The Proprietors are strictly FAIR and SQUARE DEALING. NEW GOODS received weekly.-®*.
Be Sure and Cal!, Before Making Your Purchases Elsewhere, at the
Mechanics' Store, 49 Main Street. «*
COMING! COMING! COMING!
From the San Francisco Grand
FREDERICK W. BERT MANAGER.
Tho Maunper takra plcnsnre In an-
BOUDOtns to tlie citizens ol Los Angolas
and iis environs the great modern sue*
TOUR OF THE WORLD
IN 80 DAYS!
An adaptation of JULES VERNE'S fa
mous work auil as originally produced
throughout the principal cities or Europe
and America, for tne past three years,
having received In each respective city,
the largest run ol any drama ever written.
This Interesting play will be produced
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY,
Commencing Dec. 9,
With NEW nnd MAGNIFICENT SCEN
ERY, PROPERTIES aud MUCH AN I
CAL EFFECTS, an originally played iv
the Grand Opera House, Hun Francisco,
Including the GREAT CAST with lhe
AOUDA ...Miss HENRIETTA OSBORNE
J.J. Bennett Mr. J. O. BARROWS
Fhlleaa Fogg Mr. EDWIN BERT
Jean Pasaoparloul Mr. L. A. IMHAUS
ANUTIIK KUX.I. COMPANY.
MTSi'KctAL Notice—Notwithsl and ing
the enormous expense attending the
transportation of this groatcombinalion,
POPUL&J FEMES WILL PEEVAILi
ADMISSION ONE DOLLAR.
Parquette Kilty Cent..
Box Plan now ready at Louta Lewi n's.
where reserved seats can be secured
without extra charge. nt-lw
Girl for general housework In a small
family. WHges,Slsa month. Apply to
H.SUSSKIND. Progress store, f ardoua
block, M In street. d 5 31
A ROY. Inquire at the POSTOFFICE
NEWS STAND. d5-2t
Sheep Wanted on Shares
Ry thr owner of a Rancho, with plenty
oT food -ud wuler, Ad l. Shares, Her
ald oiTice. » 030-lm
A practical ore!) irdist, with experi
ence and training in KBiul-troplcal fruit
culture, with unexceptionable refer
ences, is wauled. Apply by lettor to V.
P., Box H2tJ, Los Augeles. s2BU
Pasture to Rent.
Also, GRAIN LAND.
030-lm l.os Angeles.
Rooms and Board.
GeuLlemeu and their wives and single
gents cau be accommodated with board
and tine, large, front rooms, containing
all modern oouveniencos and horaeoom
forts, at thr*
XI MBA Mi MANSION,
New Hiub street, only one block
from the t'ottoi.Mi't! and Court House, and
eomin tudna charming view of mountain
and valley. jeietf
Private Boarding House,
No. lA, cor. Third aud Hill ate.
•■-BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. oiatf
By the Lake Vlntvnrd 1 nnd and Water
Association, t ue h.Hi lining and semi-
Tropical Fruit Lavid in tit. ftnte. Wat el
right goes with tbe laud Apply to the
oirioe of I". Beandry, No. 81 New High St.
apllltf F. W. WOoll. Secretary.
lIUIII einr*, Turn'™.. liopubllcHv.
uif I em
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
A large, nicely furnished room, a ye*
raudah In front overlooking lho busi
ness portion of the city. Apply on the
premises, east side Buena Vista street,
third house from Temple. Also, uu:ui
nlshed rooms, suitable for housekeepln :,
Nice Furnished Rooms to Let
At No. 173 MAIN HTRK.r V, by Ih* day,
week or month. nJI-Uu
A very desirable residence of soven
fii.mis, .stationary wash«t.-ud*, hot aud
cold water, orange trees, etc. Lot 60*126
foet. Corner Hill aud Eleventh streets.
Apply to lAJUI* HAU.
n9tf No. 13 Spring St,
~ ~, 1,.
By a strictly private family, two floe
rooms, elegantly furnished, singly or en
suite, on the most desirable residence
street In the city, with convenient bath
room, supplied with hot and cold water.
Helerences given and i;-o .ired. Address
A.. Hkkalu office .<
LAND FOR 6ALE.
SOU ACRES of Good Farming Laud,
in lots to suit purchasers,on the Balloua
Ranch, five miles this sideof Hanta Mon
ica, on the Bantu Monica road. Terms
reasonable. Address P. O. Box nil.
A FARM OF ABOUT 800 located
on Han Jose Creek, n'ar the railroad,
live miles we-d of Spadra. Au abundant
Hupply of never-fatting wator. Will sell
In one body or divide Into two farms.
Terms reasonable. Enquire on premises
or by letter to A. P. MONROE, Hpadru,
Cal. o3 8m
OR TO LET ON SHARES FOR OR A IN
NEARLY 2000 ACRES of floe fruit
lurid, with valuable water right, just
back of the Indiana Colony.
■•"PRICES VERY MODERATE.
HENRY G. MONKS.
ozrtf San Gabriel Poatofllce.
vIOKBRY, Anaaata Main*, f