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BCNDAY OCT. 13, 187 P.
Herald Steam Printing House.
too BKji'i *i«»m Priming limine ls
aoi aurpassel br any Job Priming office
!>• tba Pacific Coaat, outside of San Krsn
alaao, In facilities for doing job worn
JUiw prloei, good work and expedition
anar ba railed upon at tbia office.
The Constitutional Conventiou
AM been dlstiuguisha.l so far by a
law sensible and a multitude of
ehaotle and insane projects.
Amongst these" last is an amend
ment Introduced by an idiot who
does nat aven deserve tbe name of
inspired to practically annul tbe
act of tba Legislature giving Los
Angelea au annual session of tbe
Supreme Court of California. This
waa a tardy concession, at best,
whiah waa Indebted for its origin,
infant progress and respectability
to certain Lo* Angeles editors who
bad a proper sense of what i* due
to tbi* Motion; and, aeeondarily, to
•ur energetic Senator and Repre
sentative*, aided by some hearty
and influential exertions on tbe
part of private oltixens of Los An
gola*. A constitutional modesty
prevents us from particularizing
thoeaoditors. But the granting
of tbi* boon to Southern California
was da* primarily to newspaper
agitation, Mconded by a proper
local spirit. The man whose ideas
arc ao narrow and contracted that
ba can as* nothing in tbe broad
State ot California but Sacramento
1* uuworth/ of a seat in a Consti
tutional Convention. He would,
fact, be unworthy to act as su
t |»arvi*or of a dog pound. Tim idea
of making tho louale of courts
or Stato capitals tha subject
of atipulation iv tlie organic law,
whiob should only embrace gene
ral principles, could ouiy originate
Id a mind whose cribbed, cabined
and confined orbit oscillates be
tween alcoholic excesses aud a
aplrit of truckling to a community
whiob may be relied upon to ex
tend htm an occasional douceur.
Fortunately Southern California is
assuming formiiabie status as a
voting factor, and a Constitution
which ahould contain suoh a pro
aorlptiv* and in-mltlng provision
would be repudiated by the eolid
▼ota of this section. If there is a
determination upon the part of
Northern and Central California to
concede nothing below the Bay
counties, those sections should
bava the graoe to make provision
for a State of South California. It
ia bad enough tocompel tbe Judges
•f the Supreme Court to endure tlie
climate of Sacramento for a season.
To require them to sit there all
through the year would call for the
Interposition of some society whose
object is to orevent cruelty to in
WE positively find It in our hearts
to pity the gentry who have been
condemnim; the Democratic party
to the cold cerements of tbe grave.
We know not what may befall that
ancient and venerable organiza
tion at some later stage of the game
political, but the recent Congres
sional elections show that the party
baa never shown more vitality
than now. We not only hold our
own but have made advances of a
■Ignal and uomistakuble character
and significance. To understand
the full reach of the results
•o far telegraphed it should be
borne in mind that Mr. Tilden had
one hundred and eighty-four votes
—lacking only one of a majority of
tbe electoral oolloges—without a
■ingle one of the votes of South
Carolina, Florida or Louisiana. He
also lacked the three votes of Ore
gon, which Stato the Democracy
bee sinoe carried. Conceding tbe
Republicans their Returning Board
States, bad the elections stood as
they now stand, Mr. Tilden would
have been elected by a clear ma
jority of two. But we shall add to
Dili majority next lime the votes
of South Carolina, Florida and
Louisiana, with a oliance of half a
doun other Stales. Should Ihe
election go into the H >use of Rep
resentative*, which votes by States,
we shall even ba aide to add the
vote of Ohio to the Democratic col
umn. And the end Is not ye'; for,
undoubtedly, the Democratic
maj .rities of <).:toh r will enhance
the Democratic majorities of
November. With tlie Aiuericun
people nothing succeeds like sue
ccc*. All the tlmi servers and
trimmers will gain the only respect
which could pos-lbly attacit to
them by sporting the shibboleth of
The letter or Mr. Henry li. Wil
■- Hams to Mr. J. de Barth Shoib,
prluted elsewhere, ou the action of
the San Francisco Chamber of
Commerce with regard to the
French treaty, shows that influen
tial Siu Francisotna regard that
measure in the light of what it is,
an Insidious meaaure to diminish
tbe customs revenue of the United
States ami to destroy Incipient
American productive Industries.
Mr.Williams expresses the opinion
that the Sin Franoisjo Chamber of
Commerce will rescind itssction.
We heartily hope that it may. If
there le sue feature of the possibil
ities of California which is more
encouraging than another—more
encouraging even than our mining
outlook —it ii that, at some uot re
mote day, we shall make wines and
brandies up to the full oapaciiy of
our vineyard*. When that day
•'jail arrive California will be tbe
richest portion of the American
continent. When we shall distill
our superabundant sunshine into
tbe "rosy" of Dick Swiveler'a
dream, even the prodigious wheat
shipments of this State will shrink
iuto insignificance, and our spora
dic mining fevers will be remem
bered ouly to be compassionated as
a symptom of tiuancial disease. We
heartily hopo to he able to chron
icle the fact that the repudiation of
the anti-Californian attitude of tlie
San Francisco Chamber of Com
merce goes bravely on.
As tbe elections at tbe East have
proved suoh decisive Democratic
victories, and as we now have
amongst us a number of recognized
warhorses, it would be an excellent
idea to get up a little reuuion in
which our visitors might find occa
siou to indulge in an off-hand
speech or two. Lieut-Governor
Johnson and Oeu. Jo. Hamilton
have not had occasiou lately to be
come so hoarse as to be only half
beard, which was the case on their
last visit to Los Angeles, aud they
might be caught iv tbe humor of
saying some apposite thiugs. A
serenade by the Democratic club
would bs a neat medium of evoki
ng their slumbering eloquence.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[.Special to the Herald by Ibj Western
Unloa Telegraph Company.
Pacific Coast News.
Suit A*Knl**aa ilie ll.ni.ua, Ui.il*
San Francisco, Oct. 12.—1n the
lgth District t.'our', to-day, John
H. Burke tiled a complaint as a
stockholder in the Cou. Virginia
Mining Company against John W.
Mackey, J. C. Flood, Jas. O. Fair,
Hud the Pacific Wood, Lumber and
F urue Company to recover $4,000,
--000 property of tlie Con. Virginia
Company, alleged to have been 11
--legilly converted to their own use
by defendants. This is one of a
Dumber of suits to be commenced
instead or the recent $35,000,000
suit and are intended to cover Ihe
defect in that suit found by tbe
court in sustaining the demurrer of
defendants in the former action.",
that there was a misjoinder of par
ties and causes.
Sewitiln Democratic Nomination*.
Belmont, Nev., CM. 12th.—The
Democrats in convention to-day
nominated for Assembly J. F.
Williams and T. J. Bell, for sheriff,
D. O'Neil, for District Attorney, L.
Emu,on, AttatMr, Morgan, Troas
Mlltinrjr I wis omm%i»M ■ '. <li« Si.uors
Llur-Keve,ill..n li> <;,....,< ~r
PItESCOTT, A. T., Oct. 12 th.—
Gen. Wilcox, Col. Week*, Capt.
Cruigue and others have left Pres
coit on a tour of inspection of posts
iv Southern Arizona. It is rumored
tbe tourney has for its object tlie
examination of aff-iirs along the
Sonora live and will be tbe basis ol
a report on tbe relations existing
between Mexico and the United
Last night a reception was ten
dered lo General Fremont and
family and a farewell to Gov. Hoyt
by prominent citizens of Ptescott.
Gov. Fremont has been ill for
several days, but is improving.
BenJ. Morgau delivered tbe address
of welcome to the new Governor
aud the farewell to Gov. Hoyt.
Ex Gov. Hoyt will probably leave
lv a few days for Idaho.
■ mcl'le ufao Olil K^klileul.
Cenxreville, Cal., Oct. 12th.—
Thomas Scott, au old resident of
Suinil valley, committed suicide
this morning by nliooting himself
through the bead with a revolver.
Cause, supposed to be business
Latest Eastern News.
(ieueral Early o i t:,e Nltttiil.
New York, Oct. 12th.—In the
Filz John Porter case to day, Oen.
Jutial Early, who commanded a
brigade In Stonewall Jackson'a
corps, testified to the events of
August 29, 1802. He ■aid nil im
pression ultbe time was that Jack
son's operations were made with
the design of misleading rope. On
the niglu of the 27th, Jackson's
army was at aud near Manassas
and witness was waked up uy the
noise ot the destruction of the Fed
eral ammunition. Jackson's move
ment was the result of lite capture
of Federal diaputche*. There was
nothing lv the nature of v retreat
by J Chson, between August 271h
and 31-1, nor was any suoh purpose
ned. At the conclusion ol
bis uxuuiination, Gun. Karly made
a statement outside of his evidetic
Which, he stnl, wus ill justice to
tlie memory ol Genera's Jackson
and G egg. The former's official
report contains an error of state
ment which was to lie explained by
tile fact that it was Wiitten by v
siuffoltlc. r who bad not received
ItlVftl it, Kuril..
Ciiicaoo, Oct. 12th. — Hopeful
trotted this afternoon, to wagon,
for a special purse of $1,000 to beat
the fastest time ou record. Time
2:16}, wind blowing.
Tlinbvr StealKra Menteiireil.
Salt Lakr., Oct. 12th.—The trial
of Goifetl, for complicity in the
Aiken murder, is still progressing.
There Is nothing iv the evidence
to show that (Jollett tlid any kill
ing. The evidence for the defeuse
is to the effect that the corpses,
though found could not he identi
fied, and that Collett was on a
mission in Idaho at the time.
Thirty or forty men, convicted
for cutting timber for the Northern
Utah Railroad on the Bannock res
ervation, bave been sentenced to
pay flues aggregating $9000 aud six
Tbe old Indians, squaws and pa
pooses of the Banuock tribe have
been maintained on the reserva
tion tbls summer, while tbe young
Indiana have been on the war
Dkauwood, Oct. 12th.--About
oue hundred and twenty Indians
made their appearance iv Red
Water valley, thirty miles from
here, this morning and burned
several stack* of bay. The ranch
ers, have organized a party and
they start iv pursuit of tlie Indians
Ravel, K. no- .1 by itonJ agouti.
Fort McKinney, Wy., Oct. 12.
vTrablng'l ranch on Crazy
Women creek, twenty-eight miles
north of this post, was entered by
road agents, eight in number, last
night at Bp. It. Several persons
were robbed, but no resistance was
offered. One United States horse
was taken and tlie store was
robbed of everything valuable and
Married away out welve pack mules.
Tbe Aelallaa Case.
New Orleans, Oct. 12th,—The
following card comes from tlie Re
publican committee appointed to
examine tbe charges aguinst Ack
New Orleans, Oct. 12th.—"We
have carefully examined the docu
ments and affidavits submitted to
us by Mr. Acklin, in tbe alleged
seduction case, aud It is our con
clusion that he is innocent of the
charge aud we are also convinced
that tbe party who lately stirred
up this matter, did it for black
mailing purposes." Ackli'i pub
lishes a card to his constituents in
whicli be says: "When I returned
from tbe North some weeks
ago I learned fer the first
time of the revival of this
vile slander, which was exploded
long ago. Being advised that It
might be well to submit tbe
charges as a social question to two
committees, one composed of
prominent Republican* and tbe
otber of prominent Democrats;
and, to avoid criticisms from my
political enemies, this was done.
The report of the Republican Com
mittee is before you. The Demo
cratic Committee construed their
power as extending lo a political
decision and gave their opinion on
European Cable News.
Uiihlii iih Atfnl.i rati**.
Paris, Oct. 12th.-The speech of
Gambetta at Grenoble, Thursday,
greatly pleased the moderate Re
publicans. He declared his belief
In tbe necessity of the Senate,
minimized his former utterances
regardlug clericalism and made a
dextrous and effective appeal to
municipal delegates, who form a
majority of Senatorial electors, to
return Republican candidates.
Gambetta predicts that tbe elec
tions will give a Republican ma
jority of twenty in the Senate.
Ulnltou I>tl|>n„l«itl|» li.-.il,
Paris, Oct. 12.—Bishop Dupan
loup of Orleaus and member of the
French Senate, died suddenly yes
I'mtfrf-nN of Hie NocfnlJel If. I.
Berlin, Oct. 12.—Tbe Relcbtag
to-day read a clause of the Socialist
lull v second time, after rejecting
tlie amendment of Herr Haeiirl,
that the law should uot apply to
meetings connected with elections
for tue Reichstag.
Senator Butler, ot South Caro
lina, unconsciously perpetrated a
good Joke daring his visit to Min
nesota, which is worth repeating.
He was treated with courtesy, and
made a passable impression, nut on
one occasion a person on being In
troduced Inquired: "Are you the
man who killed so many people iv
South Carolina?" Mr. Butler,
without betraying any annoyance,
pleasantly replied: " I presume
you have killed more meu than I
have." He was unaware that lie
had got ahead of his questioner,
until a hearty laugh from the by
standers suggested an Inquiry as to
the cause, when he was informed
that tlie man was a doctor.
A man who was hanged iv In
diana, being of a very practical
turn of mind, made no observa
tions about meeting anybody in
Heaven. He merely nodded to
the preacher and said, laconically,
"I'll see you later;" and theu the
A young woman writing to the
Eureka /Sentinel from Diamond
Valley, wants lo know what are
the most fasbionablo shades of fall
silks, and then asks, by way of a
postscript, if there are "eny yung
men in Jureka who are able to buy
silk, and who are, at the same
time, ou the marry."
Paris, according to Fun, has a
sellable method of dealing with
the dog question. If a dog is seen
in the streets without a collar, lite
police instantly collar lilm; if with
out a muzzle; they provide him
witli one with a gun at the end
MAN mANOMCO (STOCK ANIi ►X
CHANGE IIOA 1:1».
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laUturßtn 3 x.-tiMiuer GltiA-G^
»vs fc '' 21}tt&t>h Sucor I w,
Oon Vn 13\ ustloe \O@9H
Ohollar 'vertuai '.!6@25*.
II As 2»aiJßl» 'mnn ~.1T1W174S
Point 9Str«,9>i .Its IS.<£l |T4
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liniierlal I iftrgt 10 'uli-. 7li<a7H
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Alpha |iw Ut • B*s\
Belcher 9),@9!4 Ea Con 45*44)4
A Health-Destroying Vapor
Is generate I by tho action of tho sun.
■ ays up in damp decaying vegetation
Bt'ignunt pools and inarihy, low-lying
truer-.. The irue nature of this malaria
I- by no means clearly understood, hut
there are two facta In relation to it that
are. The first ls that the periodical tea
v-rs which It bretds are of tho most vir
ulent type; the second Is that these
malsdles are rarely cured, although
tneyuiaybe ameliorated, by the ordi
nary remedies ompmyed to overcome
them. The true antidote to the I fleets
ol miasma Is Hosteller's Htomach Hit
lers. ,'his medicine Is one ot the mo,i
popular remedies of an age of successful
proprietary speciflas, nnd ls in immense
demand wherever ou this continent fe
ver aud ague exists. A wlno-glass'u]
three times a day is the best possible
preparative for eucounterlng a malari
ous atmosphere, regulating the liver
aud Invigorating tlie stomach.
No. 130 Hill Street.
Nicely furnished rooms with first
class board, use of parlor aud piano.
Best locality In the city. Terms
reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No.
130 Hill street. 0012
Ladies' scissors and pen knives at
Sutherland's gun (tore, 75 Main
Take Care of Your Eyes.
Persons bavins a tendency to
weakness of sigbt, or tbose experi
encing unusual fatigue of tbe eyes
in reading, or similar occupation
requiring close vision, sbould re
sort to the aid of glasses immedi
ately. Notbing is gained by wait
ing and muoh may be lost. But it
is important to bave tbe rigbt
kind of glasses. Do not buy tbem
of venders wbo bave no knowledge
of optical science, but go to Hirsch
feld, tbe practical optician, wbo
will give you a pair of glasses tbat
will suit you, whether your case be
weak sight, old sigbt, near sight or
Dealer in books, stationery fancy
and optical goods, 71 Main street,
Downey Block. s27lm.
At the PONY STABLE, 138 Main street,
dark bay HOUSE, saddlemarks on both
aides and white .tar in forehead and one
on nose. The owner can have property
by paying lor this advertisement and
stuble keeping. oISSw
DAVID J. HEALY,
CAS & STEAM FITTER,
161 MAIN STREET.
aw Ml work warranted fir.t class.-vn
Jobbing attended 10 with despatch, olstr
W A NTS —LOST—FO UN D.
c-— ' - ...
To work at the San Fernando Ranch.
Enquire at the St. Charles Hotel,
olii-lw L N. VAN NIJVS.
A WIDOW WANTS SOME CHlL
dren to board. Enquire at MR*.
TAYLOR'S, Hope street, the fourth
bouse cast ot Sixth street, o9
A situation by a competent lady as
cook aod to do general housework. En
quire at No. S3 Sixth street, 011-lw
M>o DOZEN of FRENCH CLARET
BOTTLE- 1 . Parties having tills class ol
bottles will receive 75 cents psr dozen if
delivered at the store of
LIPS, CRAIOUE A CO.,
2 Arcadia Block.
N. 11.-No other kind of bottles Is de
A practical orchardist, with experi
ence acd training In semi-tropical fruit
culture, with unexceptionable refer
ences, Is wao'ed. Apply by letter to V.
P., Box Lo, Angeles. s2Btt
To the finder of a Diamond and a Pearl
RING, lost on Monday, Oct.7lh, a liberal
reward wilt be given.
M. S. SEVERANCE.
Office over Postofflce. 010-lw
Tho Stock, Fixture? and Improve
ment* of the Candy and Stationery Store,
No. 54 Spring ttreet. The lease will be
transferred to Ihe purchaser.
Mrs. Krye'H Lung and cough Syrup
constantly on iiuud. Mrs. Harrison's
system of dress-cuUlng taught In three
lessons. An Intelligence office Is now
opened, and ihose wishing help can be
supplied and those wishl .g employment
cun obtain desirable situations.
Also, FOR SALE CHfcJAP, a house and
burn, pleasantly located on a corner lot,
bald lot con'aining a great variety of
fruit und *bude trees, shrubs and vines.
War other information inquire at MRS.
J. B. F RYE'S, Ho. 54 spring SI. oclO
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This I>ryer, patented August 7th, 1877,
avoids many oblections found In other
dryers. It is rapid lv its work, very eco
nomical, dries different articles at the
same time, will not damage fruit hy
overheating aud ladles unassisted can
mauuge It. Has always given
PR I O 1£ ,
FROM 875 TO 8600.
For circulars or information, address
GEO. 11. PECK, Agent,
026 Fl Monte, Cal.
CI G A n m I
P.tOPKIBTOR OK TUB
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW BE FOUND AT
NO. f> SPRING ST.,
At the Key West Cigar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO Into olgurs ot approved
brands. He al-o deals In all lines oi
Smokers'Arliclcs. (live him a cnll.
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co,,
[Successors to Litllefleld, Webb A C 0.,1
316 and 318 Washington Street,
s i -■!! consignments of all kinds of
country pro.luc. Make prompt returns.
\dvance liberally ou approved ship
Can he found In
Lowest Living Prices
AT TBE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
To Commence on the 14th
AND END ON
The 19th of October, 1878,
— AT —
liOH V ligroles Cil j , Col.
Southern Iliatrict -Acricultu
The following v tho programme, aa
finally arranged,of the Southern District
I Agricultural Association's Fair, to com
' mence October 14th and close aat ur day,
Trotting Race—For all horses Id tbe
pislrlct who have never beaten 8 min
utes. I'urse, %200\ flrst horse, $1.0; sec
ond, 960; third, 820.
C A Durfee enters br h Inca
Hire Woodford Mambrluo; dam
L H Titus enters b g Bullet
Sire Hcbo; dam unknown.
E W Noyes enters b m Flora Wiley
Hire American Boy; dam unknown.
Running— One-quarter mllo dasb; free
for all. Pur.se, »:u
J S DeTurk enters s g t*/alklasj7ohn
Sire Van Wagner; dam unknown.
D R Dickey enters b m Nelly Grant
Hire Sacramento; dam unknown.
Marcus Forster enters br m Flora
Trotting— 2:40 class; mile heats, 3 In 5;
purse, S200; first horse, $120; second
horse, StiU; third horse, $23.
Frank O'Nell enters br g Apprentice Boy
Hire, The Moor; dam Kitty Hoover.
C A Durlee enters. bl g Tom Stout
Sire, Tbe Moor; dam by Argyle.
C Walters enters ».« „..b gCade
Running—Free for all not thorough
bred; Dile dash to rule; purse,flOO; first
horse, 875; second, f25.
Francisco Figueroa enters- s c Monitor
Andres Machado enters...b in Ino name]
Francisco Fstudlllo enters „
.« b m Lady Fleet
R J Anderson enters gg Butober Boy
J H Myers enters s h Tower
Geo A Johnson enters br b Cadet
Trot line—2 50 class; mile beau, ;l In 5;
purse, S200; flrst horse, $rj); second, JtiQ:
third, 820. ,
C A Durfee enters br li Inca
L H Titus enters b g Bullet
F O'Nell enters br g Apprentice Boy
Run nine—Hair-mile heats; purse, 8150;
first horse, SOU; second horse, $15; third
J S DeTurk enters s g Walking John
RJ Anderson enters gg Butober Boy
H. M Johnson enters b m Nina R
Hire Woodburn; dam Lulu Jackson,
by Jack Malone.
S D shroud enters s h Bowhocks
Hire Little John; dam unknown.
Marcus Forster enters br m Flora
Ueorge A Johnson enters ,
bm Maid ofthe Mist
Hire Norfolk; dam Eva Combs.
Running—For three-year-olds, raised
andownedin the District; in He heats, 3
In 6; purse, S200; first horse, $120; second
horse, $60; third, 820.
Francisco Flgueroa enterc sc Monitor
Andres Machado enters....b m [no name]
D R Dickey enters b g Hhap
Oeo A Johnson enters Xi h en Alanan
Sire Norfolk; dam Eva Combs.
First Prize. $ ; >0 and Silver Cup. value
850. Second Prize, Sliver Cur; value, $30.
Half-mile run aud to draw 900-pound
Entries— Los Angeles Fire Company
Thirty-Eights, No. 1; Confidence Co. No,
2; Auaneiin Fire Co.; Wilmington Fire
Awarding of stock premiums, com
mencing at 10 o'clock a. m.
Ladles' Riding—Prlxes: Gold mounted
riding whip to best equestrienne; silver
mounted whip to second.
Tournament—Purse of $40; flrst, $25;
Entries for this day can be made up to
the morning ot tame day.
Trotting Race—Two-mile heats, free
for all; purse. $250; flrst horse, $150; sec
ond, $75; third, $25.
C A Durfee enters bl g Tom Stout
L H Titus enters b g Bullet
C Walters b g Cade
free for all horses raised and owned In
the District. Purse, 8250; first horse,
8150; second horse, $75; third, $25.
Francisco Estudillo enters ,
bm Lady Fleet
D It Dickey enters bg l orn Enrafiy
Jus 2arr outers bin Lady Compromise
Geo A Johnson euters
..b m Maid of the Mist
Geo a Johnson enters br h Cadet
H M Johnston enters b m Nina R.
By order of
President of Committee.
H. 11. MOTT, Secretary.
IN THE Ml ST DESIRABLE PART OF
THE CITY, VIZ: PART OK THE
Washington Garden Tract.
FJ FTY LOTS ID s let), 60x150 aud 81x120 ft.
Sate lo take place on
TUESDAY, Oct. 22d,
ON THE PREMISES,
AT ONK O'CLOCK I*. M.
»- POSITIVE SALE FOR CASH.-Wl
Ituy a lot trhlle you can AT YOUR
E. VV. NOYE3,
Los Angeles Guard,
At Turnverein Hall,
ADMISSION, for Gent and Ladles, $1 00.
Committee of Arrangement—Capt, F.
M. Daruy, Lieut. Stephenson, Mr. John
Reception Committee—White Rosettes
—Lieut. Gormun, A. T. McDonough, ser
gt-aut Wiley, Fred Howland, Curporul
Dan Leahy, Capt. J. M. Rivara.
Floor Committee—Blue aud White Ro
settes—Lieut. Hiephenson, J. T. Cuddy,
Jau. Corwin, Chas. Johuson, sergeant
Pupineau, Sergeant Johnson.
M UBIC by CONTERNO'S BAND.
Tbe proceeds will be used towards pay
ing i ir the new uniform* ot the Guard,
Famished Rooms & Boarding
ON FRANKLIN STREET.
Third house from the corrne of Fort St.
IF YOU WISH TO SEE THE MOBT ELEGANT STOCK OF
FURNITURE. CARPETS. ETC.
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY, CALL AT
•ST* THEY HAVE MADE STILL FURTHER REDUCTIONS IN PRICES.
CITY OF PARIS,
53 and 55 Main St.
S5 3E3E LSLS 25 9
SHOES ! SHOES !
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
From and after this date and until further notice we
will sell at the following unprecedentedly low prices our
immense stock of ladies', misses' and children's SHOES:
READ, READ! READ!
Ladies' plain foxed Balmorals, - - 81 00
Ladies' full scalloped foxed Balmorals, - 1 25
Misses' scalloped foxed Balmorals, - 1 00
Misses' plain foxed Balmorals, - 50
Children's plain foxed Balmorals, - - 75
Ladies' calf Balmorals, - - 1 25
Misses' calf Balmorals, - - - 1 00
Ladies' foxed Button Shoes, - - 200
Misses' foxed Button Shoes, - - 1 50
Ladies' Morocco Button £hoes, - 1 25
Misses' Morocco Button Shoes, - - 1 00
Eugene Meyer & Co.,
53 &c 55 ZMZ-A-IZLST STREET.
LOS ANGELES, October Bth, 1878.
O .A. IW O TV I JI
OH MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th,
A splendid and varied stock ef Jewelry will be expesed for sale at
2>TO. OO TuTA.IN ST.
THIS COLLECTION EMBRACES
Cold and Silver Watches and
Cold and Silver Jewelry
OF THE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES.
Olooka of all Kinds, Silver and PI atod Ware,
Coral, Kiiiflisli Oarneta, eto.
WTHK CALIFORNIA JEWELY HOUSE presents to tbe people
of Lo« Augeles a rare opportunity for BARGAINS. A visit to No. 60
Main atreet is sure to repay th* purchaser.
Voe~ REPAIRING of One watches, cloaks and jewelry done wltb tbe
utmost oare and warranted.
S. NORPLINCER, Prop'r.
Rooms and Board.
Oentlemeu and their wives and single
gents can be aoeommodated wltb board
and one, large, front rooms, containing
alt modern conveniences and home com
forts, at the
New High street, only one block
from the Postofflce ana. Court House, and
eomraands a charming view of mountain
and valley. jel6tf
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•H I Allll *?"a l
ViH V V ..Kilwl., usual*
Los Angeles Meat Market
Corner of Flrtt and Main Sts.
Having opened a Meat Market at the
above itand, I respectfully solicit a share
of publlo patronage.
•TNUNK BUT THE BEST QUALITY
OF MEATS, of all descriptions, served.
011-lm FRANK A. WEINSHANK.
BEVOLVBE FREE SffSMSK
AM. 1. SOWH k SON. Ut aMI WM SI., ruuourgk, I*.
A. McX ENZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, De WOLF
A Co., San Frauolsco; alio.
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville, Ky.,by tho IV tv i
or Gallon, at, LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SAMPLE KOOM
Is provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
MW ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Angelas.
The Teachers' Institute of Los Aogelee
<■ mnty will meet at
In tin-City or Los Angeles.
MONDAY, Nov. 4th, and continue
In session five days.
Hoi. E. 8. Carr, (superintendent of
Publlo Instruction, Prof. A. L. Mann,
Cltv Supeuolendent schools, Han Fran
cisco. I'rof. H. B. Norton, or tbo Slats
Normal School, Mrs. Jeanne <'. Carr,
Deputy (superintendent Public Instruc
tion, and J. P. Wldney, M. D., have been
invited and are expected to assist in the
work of the Institute.
Tbe attention of teachers employed In
tbe Public Schools In the county 1. called
to Sec. 16»0 or tbe school Law, which re
quires them to attend the Institute and
participate In Its proceeding.
All teachers, school officer, and per.
tons Interested tn the cause of education
are Invited to be present.
w. p. Mcdonald,
County Superintendent Schools.
Los Angeles, Oct. 10.1175. olltd