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FRIDAY OCr 18 IH7S.
Priutliii; House. tarn laeUttise of tho herald steam "tinting llousufot -dnlni; Joli work ure not ~ utuswl 111 California outside ol Han r rauolsou and Sacramento. All work en trusts I to us will I>b execuU'd with neat ness an I dispatch at the loweo living rates. .Venn Ntmva. Uerealter notices of companies,socle lies, churches, etc., will only be inserted in the Herai.uos paid adverllsemenls. We reserve, for Places of Worship,.! grat s directory, which will appear every Huuday morning-. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Dt vision of Telegrams ausl Reports for i he benefit of Commerce ami Aurlcullure, Report of observations taken at An fc-eles, Cab, Oct. 17. Ih7B. C I r— 9 V s i I \. V. f M JVM M iixl mum Minimum rmometnr, 8H 52 M. Frantz. Observer. LOCAL BREVITIES. The lair sex ami fair babies will farcfalrly at the Fair to day. ■ i man to work on a ranch is ad vert Led for lv our New To Diy. The Los Angelas Guurds are no ilflud to appear at their armory at T'o'cloek sharp thW evening. Hee Mdvertisetueut. To-day Is the great day at thp Fair. Baby show at 2P. M , and the anvil chorus and military dis play iv the evening. 04Bt, VV. J L Moultou, late Su perintendent of the Santa Monica (iiilroa'l, arrived overland from Hau Francisco ystjerday. A car will leuve the tlaln street station of the Main street and Ag ricultural Park Railway at. 1| ..VJnek every night during Fair eyesfc. Season tickets at the Pavilion have been reduced in price. Fam ily season licke»s are reduced from ii to $2 and single season tickets from $1.50 to $1. The receipts at the door of ihe pavilion during the Qrst four days siiivs amounted to $1 822.83, only •£53 15 less than the door receipts of the Joint Pair lost year during the ■wyeu days. The Vuiicullural Committee met .ast night and adjourned to nicet fo-i,iorrow nf 2 P. M., at the County (,'oiirt room, when a full attendance ut aij inUtfiste I in grape culture is requested. Officer Frank Baker went up to 8»n Francisco yesterd ty to t?stlfy ill the case ofthe United States vs McMillan, who was arrested here some time ago for passing forged pay esrtifleates. Soma ope, who, doubtless, thought that tha Ore boys bad not been sufficiently exercised by tbe race at the Park yesterday, raised a false alarm of fire ab nit half past sieven last evening and gave Inst* a uoth er ruu. The Mining and Sdm'lfl; Pi-gss Patent Department, of San Fran eimo, hai rjceivad notice that a patent Ins been awarded to Matthew Palen, nf Sin Bernardino, for tr t iu'iiirk for m ilieiuil prepa rations. All premiums swardel by the Horticultural Society will he paid promptly, as the success of tha Fair has been such as lo warrant ihe managers In so doing. We learn that many or the exhibitors pro pose to turn their pr-ononis uno membership!, does, etc., to aid In completing the towers of tlie P.ivil joti. Mr. Charles W. Wiggins and wife, of New Hampshire, are visit ing their daughter, Mrs. S. Wat , of the San Gabriel valley. Mr. Wig gins is a very intelligent and en'er prlsing gentleman, and we hope some day to number him amongst the elect who people the L is Au geles valley. Strangers visiting the olty are informed that the most delightful refreshments, either tiqul I or sub stantial, are to lie hid at Congress Hill, ouro-r of Main and ttei'iietia streets. Oysters In every style can b: hud at ail hours. A handsomely lilted up room for ladi-s, with en lrami" ou Requena street, Is con nected wllb the house. We have been requested by a number of hackmen of this city who, us a class, are reputable and honest, to state tint Donnelly, au account- of whose arrest and c iiu mltment for robbing a passenger was published in yesterday's HER AfsD, Is uot a hack man but a tem porary driver put ou. during Fair week. The Messrs. Meyers & Meudelsnn, With thtt • utcruriso which has characterized their business since their advent iv tills city, make a most creditable and imposing dis play of goods in their line al the Pavilion Their display of teas Is especially extensive, embracing all the fine varieties known to com merce. We find tho subjoined modest proposition from a dis iqled French man among the t'Personals" in the Ban Francisco Chronicle of the 10th Instant: "To the rich without Inheritors. Adlsibled man asks assistance for ills family. ttend donations lo Mr. Mai, Posto Ites laute, ler Arroudissemont, Paris, Frauce." From tbe annexed, which we clip from tbe Ht. Louis Journal of tbe 7th iustant, it will be seen that a colony from tbe Eißt Is en route tor this couuiy ami may be expect ed to arrive within a few day-; A large number of i migrants bound for L»s Angeles went out over the Ut. Louis. Kansas City <fe Northern road ou Friday night. The suggestion made yesterday, Ihat tho exhibitors donate to the Hortlcnral Society the articles ex hlblted, and that they be sold at auction and the proceeds applied lo the completion of tho Pavilion, bt came the subjeot of frequent and favorable comment on the street and iv the Pavilion yesterday. In this manner important aid can be rendered without Inconvenience Bidders at the auction would no doubt vie with the douors in liber ality. Let the scheme expand to the full proportions so much to be desired by every one friendly to the development of the country, to which the Horticultural Society will largely contribute. Tlie scheme originated among the farm ers who lire exhibitors. JLet out business men who are exhibitors co operate with them in this mat ter, Of course those having un usually valuable articles on exhi bition are not expected to contrib ute anything beyoud a reasonable proportion. In nur ramble tlirough the Pa vilion yesterday, among the man) attractive article* exhibited, not c seemed to Us more worthy ol notice tliHti ihe display of 111 Henry Heln-ch, iaildle and harno-. maker, Commercial street. He ex hilnia in a gut-a oaae, with oih. articles apper'aininir tv Hie Uors. v »et of Blngle llalllfM, nf his nwi manufacture, which, lor elegance, lightness and strength, cmnnt be excelled on the cna-t, or elsewhere, for that matter Everything ahoul tlie work, fn>m tne gohl-mounte. hit In Hie uh«lanilal ellichlntr, h gntlt-n Up In Ihe best taste. It I lief* day* of Home Leagues am llldusirtal Aid .Assiici'i'lou", tlx mere uniiniincemeiii that we Imvi iv Los Angeles a manufacturer ca pable of turning out such work *s that exhibited by Mr. Ileinsch, ought 111 have the effect of cati-ine a rush lo his establishment. Tin harness above described is value al $175 and at that Hume leuves bu a small margin of i milt. The exhibit of Don Jose Rubin at tho Pavilion is one calculated t< arrest the attention of every visitor Interested lv pomology. It con sists of a great vurlety of citrus family trees, foreign grapes, raisins, soft-shelled almonds und English walnuts. The most notable ainnny the former are a groupe of fifteen trees of the Mediterranean sweet oraugo and one of twenty trees ol the Ruhlo '('hornless Lemon, both considered by oQutioisseura lo be among the best varieties- grown. His dUplay nf both grapes and raisins, as to quality, are, wltboui douh', among tlie best to be seen at the Exposition, and the latter, wi think, will compare favorably with any imported- Altogether the dis play of Don Jose hot only reflects great credit ouhlm.ua a poiu'do glst, but on this section. His nur series are on Alameda stre-t, where he has a large supply of all tbe above enumerated varieties. Tlie phonograph baa attracted ciowds every afternoon and even ing at the Pavilion. This wonder ful Insltumeiit U new to our people and this It the only lltue I hey wH have lo listen to it. It oall be found iv the room in the west tower on the tirst floor, entrance under tlie stairs leading to tbe gal lery. Thi* instrument alone is well worth th .. prloenf admission to the Pavilion and the manage ment deserves credit for securing llils uUra.'Hive feature lo the Fair. We learn from Bupe.-iiitqndent Hewitt that the time for the return of the sn. Bernardino excursion party has been extended to Mon day, the2lsi ilift. This will .'iff-rd those of our visitors from Sun Ber nardluo uud Riverside who may avail themselves of the privilege an opportunity to take in the whole ofthe Fair without additional cost for railroad fare. C"l. John F. Godfrey, who wss expected to deliver the Agricultur al Fair address lust night In the Pavilion, declined lo do soon the ground thut Hie arrangement ofthe several exhibits and the proipennd ing throngs make speech-making almost an impogsioillty. It Is prob able (hat the address wtil he deliv ered ou the truck before the cau clu-iou of ihe Fair. Utiiled Stales Surveyor General Winner, who arrived from Bsn Francisco ou Wednesday, It-It yes-* tattle)', acconipaiiied hy Deputy U. S. Surveyor Mlllto, In examine ihe lines of Wai'iiei's ranch, fj 111 Diego county. Before returning liny will adjust the boundaries of the Jariipa ranch in accordance with Inst ructions from ibu Geueral Land Office. I he Philharmonic Sooiety furn ish musio again this evening at the Paviiuoi. Ihe anvil ch-irus will be given among other pieces. The I.os Augeles Guards, under Capt P. M. Usrcy, In full uniform, will he present, und a squad will be de tached for duty ut iheanvlla. By permission of the Directors of the Agricultural Society tiiere will be a single mile match between iwo noted roadsters, one a pacer ami the other a Holler, at Hie Park at 1 o'clock P. M. to-morrow (Stilur day,for a put so of $100 a side. See advertise meut. The attendance at the Pavilion was better yesterday than during any day this week, anil the Inter, est appeals lo be on the Increase. Exhibits are all In place and every - tiling is running smoothly. To day will cap the cdiuax both day uud evening. We are informed by Don Jose Rubin that tbe newspaper state ment that the prize baby nf last year, Jo-c Maria Ballesa, is dead, la v mistake, J >-C Maria being both as pretty and healthy as ever. Eventful day I Babies without limit are to be passed iv leviewin the Pavilion. Who wouldn't be a baby again to have the privilege of riding lv that superb carriage, with reversible top? The excursion train from Santa Ana, Anaheim and Downey, with visitors to tbe Fair will arrive this morning. Four oars have been en gaged and It is expected that they will be filled to their utmost ca pacity. " Attorney General Jo Ma ni I tun and Mr. CotTcy, who came down with lb" SUioemo Court pa. ty, re turned to tjau prauuisco uverlaud ! yesterday. AGRICULTURAL PARK. TrtmtadOM OruwJ — Thraa Th viand ftopls at Ml Track — Tha Tea Ru alag R cot and tba Oontiit Btttwejn mi Ft ernes — To-Daj'i Programme!. We. have u*ver seen so large a crow lus that which appeared on t le grand stand, on the balconies ofthe Club House and In and on other coigus of vantage at Agricul tural Park yesterday afternoon. The Ollte of our city, together with mttiy distinguished visitors, turn ed out iv force. In Tact, everybody •TOO could get nut to Agricultural Pitik went ami lv all sorts of con veyances. THE HALF MILS AND REPEAT. The first event of the day was the hilf mile and repeat race which ha I been posipntied from the day before. It Was c tiled promptly yesterday m irn'iig at the houi to which it sin id mlj turned. The Hist heat was token by Wa'kinii John lv 51, Butcher B ty second, Puira (hint, B >wh"C.»H fourth, dud of the Sliet lift i an I Nina It ixth. Btnu mr ti iy v i,tlure I the ■ennd heat In ftu. Walking J tllll eooiuf, B iwhocks tnlnl and the M .111 lonl h. N 11 i It and Flora «ere distanced iv this heat. The Butcher Boy also won the third lieat aud the race in 52, the Maid ■et'Onii aud Walking John uud Itowhock-i distance 1. THE KU.NMva HACK. I he foi owing was the, first event ou the programme fur the after noon: Running — For three-year-olds, raised aud owned in the District; mile heats, 3 in 5; purse, S200; Hist noise, $120; second horse .Th i; third m. Francisco Flgueroa eut»r> a c doniior. Andres Mncliuuo enters b m [no name ] I). K. Dickey enters b g Rhap. Geo. A. Johnson enters Eileen Alauiih; t-jite Norfolk; Dam Eva Combs. FliißT Heat—Monitor li raw tlie nole, "No Name" second, Eileen UllN ami Rhap fourth. "No Name" —the Mai 1 posit of last year's race—took tlie lead ami kept it to slid, Monitor a close secouij, Rhap third and Eileou fourth. Time, 1:50. second Heat.—"No Name" was the Victor In this heat fn>ul the word go, coming In sever tl le :.'tln ahead; lv 1:55, Monitor srooud, ltliap third aud Eileen fourth. Tv tun Heat.—lv this heal Monl tor began to show how It was that lie still ruled the favorite in the pools although two of the heats hail gone against tutu. He won the heat in 1:5(14, "No Name" seaoudi fcdleen thiiu and Rhau fourth. FOURTH Hbat— The running was very even lv this heat between Monitor and "No Name" Until Ihe three quarter pole, when the former horse figured slightly iv the lea l, Keeping it to the string uud being declared the w,finer, "No NsiQ." second, Eileen third and Ruip fourth. Time, 1)57. There was great excitement over this heat, a number of those who had bought pools on "N» Name" aud agaiust Monitor alleging that the heat wotfld have been won by "No Name" if he had been properly ridden. Allegations were freely made that botn "No Name" ami vlonltor were owned by Mr. Ma ohado, nnd that it had tieeti put up that Monitor bl.ot;hj wjn. A de maud for a new rider w<s made and was conceded hy the judges Fifth Heat. — This rec mrae was without ay.ill aa .Monitor again came In the victor, winning Ihe heat (and the race) iv I'M, "No Name" second, Eileen thud uud Rhap fourth. FIKKMAN'S RACE. Fiist prise, $50 aud silver cup, value $50. Second prize, silver cup; Va.ue $30. Half mile run and the Los Augeles companies to draw 1,0(10 pound 11 >-c W'goo and Ihe Anaheim Company 000 pouud hose wagon. Entries—Los Angeles Fire Hum pany I'hiny Eight-, No. 1; I'mrt deuce On. No. 2; An h-uui Fire (Ju»j Wilmington jflfe On. AU the companies except tlie W iiuiugioii were pronitniy on hand When the bell tapped, and a gallant eight liny were. First came the 38<, lithe sinewy fellow-, wnt) turbane of a l|lue »il(t check, pink shirts, light colored trunks illrd liluestouklngs, Hnuu came the champions of Couttdenue Engine Uompaiiy No. 2. They were fairly re-pendent In aky-blue silk cap llld shirts, They woe light color ed Hunks reaciuug to the knee, the c.lf Ol tlie leg, 111 nearly every instance, being bare. The third company to put Iv au appearance were ilie Anthelm boys, who wore r. d shirts an I lilack pants. They presented a ueat uud creditahle eu ■ ruble. The Messrs. S. W. Cra'giie and F. Ft. .Slaughter were selected to start tlie teams at the hal'-tnile pole. Some little delay was occasioned hy a d ; spute as to the position oi the companies lor the start. They were assigned t beir stations by the Judges; hilt, on Us beiug made to appear that the companies had al ready come to au amicable agree ment, by lot, their ovvu choice was allowed to stand. This assigned Confidence Company to the inside, the Anaheim Company second and the 38s ou the ouiside—a manifest and most appreciable di-ud vantage to tbe latter. There was noiie of the jockey ing at the start which accompanies a half mile equine rnoe. At ihe dropping of a fl ig tlie "buys" let themselves loose lv fine style, striking a swinging gait which brought them to the three-quarter pole 111 a flash. Confidence No. 2 hail taken the lead and showed un mistakable ability to maintain It. The 334, however, were doughty opponents and bugged the victors Close, The Anabeiinera managed to get lulu (he rear uud stay there, although ihey labored under disad vantages which made their slight it-move from the Los Augeles com panies, which was maintained lo the lust, peifeclly natural. With a great burst of speed the Confidence boys shot under the string in 2:67, tbe SSs the leng'hnf their trace behind and the Anahelmers about the same distance behind tbe 88s. We ineeiloii much whether the Confidence boys won by an Inoo more than was involved in Heir having tbe inside. All toe eon testauts acquitted themselves capl tally and showed a muscle, bottom aud dash worthy of all praise. TO-DAY'S PROOKAMME. Awarding of stock premiums, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Ladles' Riding—Prizes: Gold untuned riding whip to best eques trienne; silver-mounted whip to -eci'lld. Tournamenr—Fur-e of $40; flrst, $25; -econil, $15 Lntries for this day can be made up to the niotniug of same day Swearing Chinamen. In the County Court yesterday, the trial of the People vs. Ah Chee and All Qjong, Imitated for robbing a Chinawoman of J-welry aud other valua ables was commenced. The par ties to the suit bping all Mongo lians It was concluded to swear the witnesses hy the most blndinir Chinese form. As the ceremony consisted of sacriflc" by both Are and blood it was found necessity '•> adjourn to the sidewalk io fr .nl •f the Court House A rh cken and ihe u-ces*Hr> J ss sticks or woo leu ■ aper* were pr ennui and tne lu'tei -lurk hi tlie ir o nil sod lighted Wmle they w*re h truing the pro* Mw'UJtlHg witnes-f ihe WdUin who ad ileell rnlllienj held all alliiuated consultation with the Rev. Mr. Nevin, Court interpreter, after which two wax tapers were lighted and, after being brought In contact with the neck of the chicl en, were stuck in the union I. Now commenced the cc ii vis business. A formidable p ec» ■if yellow paper, coveted with Oh I ne-e iliaraciers w-ta brought out aud handed to dr. Nevin, who de c ined to receive It, eayiiivr iv Eng lish, that If he or any white man read it, the ceremony would lose much nf its force as the winiss*. would claim that they had not un derstood him The d icumeut wa then tendered toseveral Cuinamen, all of whom refu-ed to read It, one saying in gond Hng'i-h, ihat he would not read the paper for a hun dred thousand dollars. Filially a Chinaman wus found brave enough to undertake the office. He read ihe dread formula first to the wo man, who repealed, ii as he read. At Its conclusion a luigu bundle of paper, previously prepared, was lighted, over wliloh Ihe women stepped a couple or times and then took possession of the chicken and the sacrificial knife, a cleaver shaped implement, which had lain by the side of the Ure during the reading ofthe oath. The male witnesses were then arranged In front of the lire, the oath was again read, each repeating It after the reader who, after he had finished reading it, threw It on tlie lire. The Chi namen then, one by one, stepped over the Are, the head of the otilck eu was chopped off by the woman and the sacrifice was accom plished. We made an effort to get a trans lation of the oath, but were unsuc cessful, Mr. Nevin informing our messenger that, as be iiad not read the documeut, be con hi not accom modate Us. The Subscription List of the Home Industrial Aid Association. In order to show who sympathi se in tho movements of this excel lent institution, ( publish, with due respect, the mimes of the generous and public spirited citizens who assi-ied lv its initiation and the numb r of share* taken by each; Hon. Prudent Baaudry, GO ibtmj A M Lawrence, 50; A H Severance, SO; Ii Nadeau, fin; O W Gibsou,so; aid Welti Leak.-, 25; duller & Harper, 20: Don Jose Rubin, 13; Hon. F A MaeD lUfall, 10; Harainel & Donker, 20; Hon. J A .ilurenliaut, 20; J VV S. i up. 20; A Horiuk, 10;; Page & Gravel, IU; Lip-, Qratgue & (Jo., lv; Coi i v Uunkelbeiger, lUj S li Utswell, lv; Hou. II I. Peel, 10; Gi.ieri Joiio Mhi.slWl.i, 10; M PGiaves, 10; L M Hull, 10; Hon. BC Win ing, 10; Wiu H Stout, 10; Dave Wahiiun, 10; Hoo J S Tuouipsoii, 10; Aaron csixiiiii, 10; John Qoldaworibj, 2u; X N md, 20; J H Seymour, 5; ti f li-..siM, 5; U aici A (trailley, 6; H X VV Bent, 5; Win U.imiio.iil, 8; Foil Hirsontl-iil, 5; Bryant How an), 5; l'C Severance, 5; VV Ii B.iu mug, S| Henry Campbell. 5; H BuiUiek, 6; £ M Sanfird, 6; 1) ins more brothers, 5; M H Xi mn ill, 5; Wm B l.a .10r,6; H Ball, Eg, 5; Chas W Davie, S; J ti Bm.er, 5; W A Bropny, 5; AlaJor Henry H ui cook, 5; Henry D ickwetler, 5; F P R tiuirez, 5; 1. Latmry, 5.; A H R igers, 5; lieorge R iiiiilin.aj JoUu Shatter, 5; i) MaUouey, 5; besides about sixty others who have taken fioiu oue to three shares each. It will be seen that publio spirit in this community is not c indued to one pirlicular class, but per vades all ul ike. These gentlemen are shrewd and fur-sighted, and appreciating tbe principle of mu tual beuetitaud 00-operatiou which forms Ihe obief faotor lv the work of tbe Association, they know tuat a movement tending to promote industry and give employment tv others, cannot Tail to bring busi ness to themselves. Surely a Soci ety wbicb has the eudorsemeut aud favor of so many of our best citizens should ueed no other rec ommendation. W. H. J. Brooks, Pres't. Additional Award Committees. The following additional com mittees on awards were appointed yesterday: Fifth Department—class first— Judge B F Eaton, nf Psssadeiia, N. W. fitauuharil, nf Sanla Fsula, and M. D Holladsy, of Santa Ana. Fifth Department—olass six—O. C. Lips, C. E. Tliom aud J. Bumll ler, ol Dos Angeles. Sixth Department—T. B. Brown, Mrs. Ueo Siotietnau aud Mrs. C. M. Severance. Ah committees are lupuesled to report to toe Secretary at 9 o'clock tbi* morning, promptly. Tlie Board of Managers yester day decided to charge uo fee for mothers wbo desired to have their Utile ones compete for the baby carriages. Entries will be permit ted up to 1 o'clock P. M. to-day. A Im go list 'if names is already on Ibe pj'cretsry's books and more are coming from Smta Aua aud other towns to-day. SUPREME COURT. Court met pursuant to adjourn ment, fiesau : Wm. I. VV.ii ac, 0. J ; J. B Crockett, J ; A. L. Rhodes, J ; A. 0. Niles, J ; E. H, Mi K'iisiry, J | D B. Woolf, Cierk. 10,319 People vs. Piatt—Motion to dismiss appeal ileuied and cause "oniiuiied and ordered nl .c -d on the calendar for the Novembi I term si .4 iciani- 10,361. People vs Fin..—Judg ment and order rev-rsed, und cau-, remand, d for a new triai. N H. Conkliu a'tniitted to prac tice on motiou ol Levi Chase, Esq , and license from the Supreme UuU't of Missouri. 6,953 If da id e> at vs. Oraysoo et ai —R 'served, by consent, uoti' Ociot. , 22d 6 973 Huston et al. vs. Leach el i . — H-m-iv. il, bj angulation, unm O-'i.li i 221 6 9MI. >cOirihy vs Morse —\r IU .1 b> 111 . dit I r .»p|i"ii.«ul, an I j idulUeol I 111 ' oo if. 0 070 B.ii.- v- Coyne— Arguol bj i.v c tor appe taut sod t him toi i»p .udeut, and cause submit 'ed 8 129. MiX'-y Vs. F .rstor et al.— Argued byßiunsuii for appellatit, and Chase for respoudeut, an il judgment modified by striking therefrom the following: " That the property of defendant, F. P. Forsler, oe Aral sold to satisfy said judgment if it can In- found; and In failure to find sulfl dent there for, that Ihe properly of the other of said delendauts tie sold there for," mid as so modified the judg ment is altirmed without costs. Remittitur forthwith. 8,135, Harper et al. vs. Rowe et al.—Aratiod by Luce for appellant, aud Chase for respondent, ami further argument continued uutil to morrow. C dirt adjourned uutil to morrow at 10 o'clock A. If. OCTOBER TERM, 1878. SUI'KKMK COttKT OPINIONS. By the Court, llled October 17, 1878. People, ) vs. } No. 10,364. Fine. ) The intention with which the at tault wag committed was a material issue of fact to tie de term ined by tbe jury; and if the assault, was com mitted, not with the intent to com mit murder aa charged iv the lu dlotuteut, but to do great bodily harm, or some lesser offense in cluded 111 the greater one charged In the Indictment, the Jury might have convicted the accused ofthe lesser offense. But the Court in structed the Jury that If they found a verdict of guilty they must con vict him of the offense charged in the indictment. This was error. JiiilKineiit and order reversed, and cause remanded for a new trial. STOCK REPORT. •sis: rIIAMUIMUO IfTOOK ANII XX OIIANiIH HUARb. ' XiiHSISO SGSSIOM. IhINUIMP, OCt. 17. OliUt Contt lenoe lI@IO -vi seHSf'H Neraila 17n«t73 * r .is Ms* «» a tMst»M D ii H ISM'4'3H Bullion HO 1 t, Qiiltortii" Js, 24 rx. h.siin-r QMIiS Ssvace .oVi»\ ivertuai ..WIS 3 Onn Vo ... l.i.f.j 1\ liistio.- »i,i 4 m Ohollar 6i'<niiii ni*\n lSft(qilSi U Si N -uc ur ~t ».-s-t riv+rl, Its I'MSI M Fnlut s»*«S f.aiiy UrjaiL.tMn*' >» Inuierlal 1 v. »* t, all 6M1.7 Axilla 14 a ert. in, 4\C4* Sn Keniuck QnCit Baltiinnre ... aitfttSM Balcber SMOSM < 1 111 2 6Jr#2 S5 AFrsaNOoa session. man KkasCl-cii, Oct. 17 It A X MSK Hitting Bull 1 Uiuek* HilJi-i ula _ ,| Jackson »% » Hooke \ Mb Phoenix .\y t RitcU'-r lk»n] B Imout Ui '•rliuiisl I}i N Belle »Vl*> 0 Mono. -.V«&\ in Mitlinnlliill . HS*i', Con ran.. . 2 On o Q li 1ie........ U-tler _ I irge«ia I Innlejr „ I X -iiowmei't.-i iisal Cbaliengs ?«*l *o lndeweail , «. ISSM N V 9j Hill isiilp. IMMH ix Ueata. t'arad •« a Phi snerl 1.<ni..«41U H'glilirl Is. I 80 I. Washn eC Hnl « 5.114 Con Wi\51.ii,....:...')i Bttllllllll 1 War' I 4 ml., Heelitsi 1 10,41 Wo ..p "ii *'„»»•„ Tlo< • m !k Menlon 7n.6 l 4 "c 1 Ciou-1.:. 2 Vp'IIIHB ,„...A Aurora I ii, Ou'umnia I nil Bul*er 17;i|:7 M»r arlta ~..1 . oriental !•,«■»: is Fairfax 11 aeklia vs..I 1 , From Acute to Chronic Isuuoasy in casesofdyspepsla. A sllx ,t altaca .if indigos loa, especially when ihere isa predisposition tv diges tive weakness , f tbe stomach, must speedily culminate in the more obsilnate lorin ni ihe disease. IMs Well, iht-re-ore. to adopt, preventive measures early Although no-teiter's ettotunoh Bitters overcnuies If perslsleil, pi.c-ises of dys p psia if long ftiauUing. Il Is obvluusly ih" ran of wisuom io use It. era tha trial adyas-umes a ■ hronio phase. This Is H-.pll BfartytraSi because, as dygpen*lti advances, >t engelide.s other bodily evils, siiuu as disorders of the ilver,c <n ■ ipuilnii or undue umaanstM of tne tmw eis, ui-rvous disorders, liypucbondrl-i, sleep essne-s. 'these maladies are both prevented a"d remedhd by tba Hitlers; but i-ow much better to heck them In ihelr uuiset wl h tne great alterative, than 11 wall uniti they estaiillmi a firmer r oibold in thuavst.-m. Surely, the ad visability o nils must beapparant. Take Care of Your Eyes. Persons having a tendency to weakness of sight, or those experi encing unusual fatigue of the eyes in reading, or similar occupation requiring close vision, sliouhl re sort to the aid of classes immedi ately. Nothing Is gained by wait ing and much may be lost. But It Is important to have the right kind of glasses. Do not huy them of venders who have no knowledge of optical science, but go to Hlrsch feld, tlie practlual optician, who will give you a pair of glasses that will suit you, wheiher your case be weak sight, old sight, near sigbt or astigmatism. Phil. Hirschpeld. Dealer in books, stationery fancy and optical goods,7l Main street, Downey Block. 8271 m. Attention Ladies. Mrs. Ponet bus arrived from San Francisco with the latest fashions In millluery ami farcy goods, which she Intends to sell at the lowest prices. Call and see the stylish hats for So. formerly sold for $10; French garments sold for from $8 to $10; school Hats at 26 cents apiece; and all goods at the same low rates. Ladle-are iuvl ed to call anil examine our prices, at "Pioneei" Millinery Store, No. 73 Malu street. oct!3,lw NEW TO-DA*Y. "WEEK REDUCTION! Fair Week Reduction! Fair Week Reduction! ASTONISHING REDUCTION AT 8H £ RIFF TOWNEY'B Great Dry Goods Sale AT THE IXL AUCTION CO., KTo. 9 Commercial St. AHEAD AQATN AS USUALI We have made a complete sacrifice iv every department aud article through the bouse In order to clear this immense stock; so, therefore, go to tbe ■ mm ■ »i<ii:hss goods ■ % - WHERE YOU WILL GET Snou-flake Dress Goods, very fashiouable 12c per yard. Real value, 87)0 Handsome Popllus at 10c per yard. Real value, SOj French Pique, colored or white 8o per yard. Real value, 200 Latest Styles Dress Gonds, all shades 10c per yard. Real value 26c Black Silks 75c per yard. Real value SI.M- Calico, twenty yards for $1.00. Real velue.Sl 60 The IXL Clothing and Furnishing Goods Department Has also Beeu Reduced to Extremely Low Prices. They give you ihe best quality of overalls for 45c per pair. Elsewhere •"30 T'ley give you jumpers, best quality, for 45c per pair. Elsewhere 7so They give you a colored overshiri for 26c. .Elsewhere. $1.00 They give you a fine while linen bosom shirt for 75c. Elsewhere, IM They give you four while neckties for 10c. Kleewher*, 109 They give you two boxes of the Beach Collars for _ _ 25c. Elsewhere, f#* They give you a flne t-asimere suit for „ $7 50. Elsewheie, $14 They give you a pair of good strong Pants for $1 00. Elsewhere,£2 60 ILVtXOST STRIKING! THE IXL BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT has been reduced throughout ONE-THIRD of t<M Regular Value. Come and Con vlnce yourself. 2113 pairs of Men's Roots at $2 00. Market prh»», $S *0 MM pairs of Men's Gaiters at 2 00. Market prloe, »75 1221 pairs of Ladies' Xi I But 8 - 1 50. Market price, S "0 1.63 pairs of Ladles' IVhles' coat But tsnote 1 50. Market p he, 3Ti 1742 pairs of rallies' Khl Fox Bal 1 00. Market price, I 75 IWI i.airs of Ladies' French Khl Butu.u finma 2 75. Market price, 6UI 197J pairs of Ladles' Newpori Ties, Bti"klei 1 25. Market pr'ee, 275 1427 pairs of Ladles' X ill rtcallop K'd Fox Has a 1 25. Market price, 2 50 1633 pairs of Misse-' C .If Shoes 1 00. Market pice, 1 75 1427 pairs of Misses' t-ide-iaee Shoes 75. Market pi ice, 225 A Job Lot of Children's Shoes at 60 Cts. To close this immense LOW PRICE LIST of ours, we wish lo say to a'l of our customer, that every lady abo purchases $2 50 worth of goods will receive a Fine Gift of Silver Butter Dishes, Castors, Sugar-Bowls, P ckieO shes Napkin Rings, Butter Knives, Spoxts, Forks and 163 DifTVent Articles for Nothing. REMEMBER, THE HIGHER THEY PURCHASE THE BETTER THE GrFT, A.T THE IXL AUCTION CO^ NO. 9 COMMERCIAL STREET. PARCELS will be delivered in all parts of the city F? ( EE. «^$Y Stir Don't Forget the IXL! THEY ALWAYS LEAD! NEVER FOLLOW ! "tat THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE. UNTIL FURTHER NOTT p^ THE HERALD PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK notequaledin South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se cure promptness and moder ate prices. Give this office a call and secure work at San Francisco Prices and of a San Francisco finish and style. ISI . ) a ilaysi boms. Agents wanted vX. sa 'iuUU in.i terms rrer. TKI'K* 00.. Augusta, Mains, mwlidswly SPECIAL NOTI FOR THIRTY DAYS NL Having tv make room for my Winter Goods, Magnificent Stock of BOOTS *Se SI \ At Lower Prices Than Ever Stfid Before. •I* Those tiaviDg in mind tbe saving of money, wouk do well to oall at once. 1 will give BARGAINS. I KEEP NO TRASH GOODS- AU arc of tbe best manufacture. AT SLA NET'S, 100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAUTH Muccesaor to L'Uruu U«uue| Proprietor. I'll* CLEAREST. PITKKBT aad MONT HRILUANT UOKK BRER Boulb of San Krac-.riaoo. Order* tor DRATTGHT or roTTLEB ' X promptly attended to. The celebrated Reer front thli Brewery leßoa competltlou In th« Htate. ourft-U tt. HKWKIX. T H. REYNOLDS. OVERLAND. FREIGHT and TRAKSFEtI C». DE WELL A REYNOLDS. N'>». 106 and 107 MAIN STMSET. All klnda of HAt'LINQ. MOV ISO FUKNII I IRK, PIANOS, MAPNM. <,)•,•• reasonable terms. UKORUE PRXD'T A *». st-tr BM.stary.