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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Tbe Riot BUI.
Sacramento, Jan. 18.—The Sen
ate passed the Sau Francisco Riot
Bill under a suspension of the rules,
but the Assembly, after a long de
bate, adjourned without final ac
tion. It will probably be passed
Itrnrury on ilio Mtuucl.
San Francisco, Jau. 18.—Kear
ney is on the stand to-day, at the
City Criminal Court, explaining
the language used by him for
which he was arrested. According
to 111 t account, all his iuoendiary
utterances were purely metaphor
ical. He admitted, or rather boast
ed, that ho has two militury com
panies now drilling with broom
sticks, but that he expects' to ob
taiu arms for tbem from the Gov
ernment as soon at they are a little
more advanced In their military
hlniH Lheor rony r.»nvi'i«tli.ii.
San Francisco, Jan. 18.—Tho
State Convention of the National
Labor party ot California met at
Duehawny Hall to-d.iy. Thus far
nothing has been done except to ef
fect an organization nnd appoint
It is raining bard.
Looking- I'or tlio Oilier rvii.ttv..
San Francisco, Jan. 18th.—The
Police are actively engaged in look
ing up a number of parties who
have been prominent agitators at
the meetings, and as soon as found,
they will be placed under ar
rest. There Is evidently
a firm intention on the part of the
authorities to temporize no
longer with the mob spirit. The
trial of Kearney and others is still
going on in the City Criminal
Court. The crowd on the street in
front is smaller than yesterday,
only a few scattered groups stand
ing around. The general impression
is that there will be a hung jury.
Ttio Neuntoi' at Hula Illrtfo.
San Diego, Jan. 18—Arrived,
Steamer Senator, at 7 a.m. Her
officers report an exceedingly
stormy trip. The passeugors adopt
ed resolutions expressing their
gratitude to Capt. lugalls aud tho
officers of tbe Senator, attributing
their safe entry iuto port to the cool
seamanship during their perilous
four days' passage. The steamer
sails at 4 p. M.
Tin* Allcg-eil UtiraToli* nil,! Male lie*
twecn Butler hiiil PHt-lcrmiii.
Chicago, Jan. 18.—The Journal's
Washington special cays: It is
claimed that positive proof has
been discovered and is forthcoming
of an actual bargain, by which
Senator Patterson was to vote for
Butlor, mi.l Butler was to uso his
influence in suppressing pending
indictments against Patterson, aud
that certain Republican Senators
Intend to press for an early
Investigation. Ex-Collector Worth-
Ington, of Charleston, who has
been Patterson's secret politi
cal manager and wire-puller,
asserted to day to your correspond
ent that such a bargain between
Patterson and Butler was made in
his presence iv the Ebbitt House,
in this city, some time prior to the
consideration of Butler's case in
the Seuate. Worthiugton says the
whole mattei bad previously been
talked over between himself
and Patterson, and they concluded
to enter into ttioh a bargain
with lititUt but not to observe it if
Butler s-ucceded iv having a nolle
pros entered against the indict
ments in Son th Carolina before the
Senate acted ou his case. Butler
failed to tin this, and, finding that
Patterson intended to yote foi the
admission of Butler nnd trust to
his influence afterward to have thn
prosecutions stopped iv South Caro
liua, and that the admission of
Butler would endanger the control
of the Senate by the Republicans,
Worthiugton says lie backed out of
the trausaclioti and absolutely
refused to have anything more
to do with il. Worthiugton will
be an important witness in the
proposed investigation, and lie as
serts unqualifiedly that the alleged
bargain can be clearly established.
In consequence of Patterson's vot
ing for Butler, Worthiugton and
Patterson have becomo alienated
aud he Is row ready to tell What he
Iv the memorial chamber to-day
to hear eulogies ou the life of the
late Senator MortoD, nanny distin
guished persons occupied Heats In
Their Incendiary Rant.
We publish below somo ol' Ihe
violent nnd sans culotto utterances
of Kearney and hu fellow nui
sances,which extorted Mayor Bry
ant's proclamation, and which aro
making Major General McDowell
keep his twelve companies of
United States tropps in ritidiness
in case of emergency:
A NOB HILL CROWN FOR KEAKNEY.
At the First Branch Club of Ihe
Eleven! h Ward, A. Herns remarked
that he hoped the workiugmeu
would crown Kearney with a crown
made of twenty-dollar pieces taken
from Mob Hill, after tbe Chinese
matter was settled, and the contest
will uot be given up until there is
enough blood (lowing in China,
town lo float his body down to tbe
The Chidi man said the working
men had no confidence In the .Re
publicans or Democrats, aud would
neither compromise nor vote with
either party. If the Nob Hill
magnates intend to rule this coun
try, why let the dance begiu—we
are determined ou this Chinese
business. It Is proposed that we
form a military company to learn
how to step at funerals, etc.
Some allusion was here made to
some of the funds of the Club, aud
a voice cried out, "We
may waut to use that money
to buy our guns with."
The Secretary read a state
ment of the cost of rifles aud am
munition for the information of
the members. About 150
men then affixed their names
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19. 1878.
to the roll of the military organiza
A PATENT KILLING .M veil INI-:.
Kearney said there are nt t
enough villains iv this State to
crush us. I was told that a man
wanted to blow up the oily just for
nn experiment, but as Judge Lake
lived close by him concluded
he would not. I do not see
much trouble now about driving
out Ibe d—d Chinese.
Gag Gibbs will have a seething,
boiling bell to live in here In San
Francisco. Tho first time you fliioi
a man in tbe ranks who Is
not true to the core, take
liiiii by the nape of the neck
and chuck him iuto the street, and
then take the bloody shrimps by
the throat und tell them you will
put big stones around their necks
and throw them into the bay. Wo
are going to give the others h—l,
both in-ide aud outisde of the
Courts. We are gettlug desperate
now, and by the eternal God, if we
bavo to take the Jimmy O'Brien
reformers from the ranks their
friends won't know whore to look
for them. Wo have 1,000 secret
men iv our ranks, aud I don't care
how soon the reporters know it.. A
man with v patent machine offered
to take tlie lives of twenty men for
$5. There are men in this city who
ate studying bow to destroy us.
Whatdoes*it matter if they hang
me; 10,000 men will rise up to
avenge me. There is no law lv this
country lo prevent men from rev
olutio! izing. What does it mean? j
It means to depose the authorities
nnd make our own laws to suit the
people. We want a new party or a
newcountry. We aregoing to wiu
this tight anyhow, anil there is no
law which can prevent us. I favor
trying the ballot iirst, but we may
not be allowed an independent
vote. We are going to try it in
Alameda. It is the first time iv
the history of the country where
tho people have made au Indepen
dent nominal inn. The Democratic
thieves aud Republican robbers do
not like it, and want to compromise,
but we will have nothing to do with
the dirty villains. This is the first
blood for us. McCoppiu called us
a mob because we demanded work.
There are too many villains iv the
Legislature who have uo souls, but
gizzards, and an honest mau has
got no chance In get a measure
through up there. The Supervis
ors may get up all tho resolutions
they like, but we won't stop agita
tion till the last Mongolian leper
leaves California. Resolutions are
of no account. If they buy up the
halls aud stop our meetings, we
will meet in secret and plot and
concoct schemes that will destroy
the villains; and we will put a mau
at the door with a musket Jn hand
and bayonet on tbe end of it, aud
will admit none but friends. When
we have 40,000 men we will have
another procession, but for different
purposes from the last one. We are
going to use force vow to carry out
our plans. Is that your wish ?
[All bauds up.] Let the Vigilantes
if they dare, go outside the
law. How many of you
have muskets? [Twenty or thirty
hands up.] [Another account
says a large number of hands were
exhibited.] That's good. Form
yourselves iuto a military organi
zation, and when the next steamer
comes here are you ready to march
down to tho wharf and stop the
leprous Chinamen from lauding?
[Cries of "Yes, yes."] I will make
all the necessary preparations and
buy up all the second-hand gull
sbops wo can get. We will call
upon tbo Mayor and tho General
Government to help us iv our hour
of peri!, and prevent the Pacific
Mail steamship Company, tiie
ocean pirates, from landing them.
KEARNEY AS AN EXPOUNDED OF
At tho Tenth Ward Club, Kear
ney, as ho entered, was received
with deafening applause. He said:
When law-makers begin to gag
free speech and free press, then the
first step to villainy is being made.
Tins Constitution of California
says: "The liberty of speech and
tbe press shall not be abridged."
Again it says: "The people havo
the right to arm." If the ballot
fails, you havo the right to revolu
tionize with the musket. It cays
wbon the ballot fails, then freemen
must resort to the musket. Has
the bullol not failed? Have you
uot been legislated and land-grab
bed to death? Kearney then de.
nounced Delos Lake In violeut
terms, saying that "the people bad
gone back on the hell-hound vll
luiu, tbe daylight assassin. I say,
my friend.., arm and revolutionize!
Now, men, arm! arm! and if tbe
Pacific Mall Steamship Company
persist in bringing these lepers
here, fall into line and march down
there and blow the hell-bound vil
lains' ships out of the water. [Vo
ciferous applause and cries of
"hemp! hemp!"] After reading the
California Constitution to-day 1
have been delivering a schoolboy
speech, a Fourth of July oration.
Wo will march down to the Pacific
Mail Dock and tell them if they
don't take their cursed steamship
with its leprous crew outside the
heads we will blow it hell-high
into the air. That's what they did
iv Sydney. They brought the
moon-eyed lepers there, aud they
took a Catling gun down to the
wharf and said: "Come up, now,
and land 'em if you waut to.
We'll glvoyou provisions and start
you back to China or blow you to
bell in the air!" That did the busi
ness. They took the lepers away,
because they didn't. dare to
land 'em, my friends. Why didn't
the hell-bound newspapers report
the 240 Chinese that came here
yesterday in one of their steam
ships? How many of you men
have got muskets? [Tremendous
applause and cries of "We want
muskets!"] How many of you
have got ten feet of rope? [Yells
and cries of "We can easily get
it."] When I issue a call f0r40,000
men to march down to ihe Pacific
Mail dock and
BLOW THEIR D 1) STEAMERS
Out of Hi* water, are you ready?
["Yes! yes! Any time."] Then
we'll see about the militia and tho
police and who are on our side.
Meanwhile, we will petition the
Governor. The Constitution says
that you must arm and revolution
ize if you can't get your rights.
They may say this is hot. I'll tell
you a proposition a man
made to me to day a
d d sight hotter. It was to
blow up Chinatown. (Wild ap
plause, and cries of " Hemp !
hemp I") He said it wouldn't cost
a cent, and he could set the black
hearted scoundrels at defiance to
blow it iuto the air, and he defied
anybody to find out how he did it.
He has made a machine for killing'
men. He showed it to me. It is a
steel trap tbat he holds ln his hand,
and when he meets a man be
doesn't like he presses a spring anil
a long, sharp steel bar runs right
through his heart and kills him
deatl. He wont blow up China
town until be is ordered. I tell
you, friends, tbat these men have
got no idea of the Anglo Saxon
genius. They've got uo idea of the
machines we are making. I set
all the hell-hound villains at de
fiance. How many men are going
to drill this week? [Yells and
cries ] How many men will come
out to the sand lot at 10 o'clock on
Sunday morning. [Deafening ap
plause aud cries nt "All of Us I
We'll all be there!"] Bring your
muskets, and if you haven't mus
kets, bring sticks. [Laughter,]
LET THEM INTEUFEUE IF THEY
We will ameliorate the masses
wilh our muskets. Let them
make the most of It. We are
not a mob, but a grand outpouring
of the people. This thing
won't get hot until the United
States troops are here. I don't
want to be President of the United
States, because I don't want it,
oven if I could serve. When
these hell-bound villains are
crushed I will i etire to private life
and drive my dray again. Pub
lic life is a weighty business; it is
enough to make a man sick. If
the battle comes I want, like Har
old, to be found in the midst of the
slain; and if I am slain I want
others to take my place so that it
won't be a failuie like tho French
revolution. They say I'll be found
in a cellar, but I'll be among the
slain. The-papers say: 'Stop this
incendiary language.' Stop hell!
To hell with the hell-bound news
papers! When the time comes,
don't make two bites of a cherry.
In olden times peoplo hung editors
and Judges, and in California they
have thrown their type into the
Here one of the audience brought
a rope with a wicked-looking hang
man's noose, and hung it over the
gas-jet, in tho very faces of the re
porters. Tremendous yells of ap
proval greeted this silent menace,
and a tumult ensued.
In conclusion, Kearney said:
"Don't let the newspapers influence
you. ["We won't!"] If you don't
help me, I am going it alone, and
die in the attempt."
Kearney's speech was received
with enthusiastic applause, and
Knight took the rostrum. He
claimed that the workingmen had
a right to follow and slaughter
those men who tried to servo war
rant! on them.
The meeting theu adjourned, the
ward military company remaining
behind to drill under Secretary
During the meeting tho hall was
packed to its utmost capacity,
about a thousand men being pres
He found a lopeaud picked it tip,
and with it walked awuy, it hnp
pened tbat at t'other end a
horse wai bitched, they say.
They found a tree anil lied tbo
rope unto a swinging limb; it hap
pond tbat the other cud was some
how bitched to him.
An old gray liorse, totally blind,
belonging to Mr. Adler, got iuto
tbe bay yesterday morning anil
swam over to tbe peninsula.— l).
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JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cel.
John E. Jackson.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. slstf
Wm. 11. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
ttxaminer of Titles.
ABBTACTB OF TITLE, Including every
transaction from ths earliast dates to the
present time, made with accuracy and
ear ALLEN'S UUinINU, corner Spring
aud Temple streets.
James C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE—TempIo Block (part of eld Hank
Commissioner of Deeds for Ibe State of
Indiana. is lm
I have removed my office to
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining llie new Postoffice.
T. I>. MOTT.
E. S. HICKNHI.t,. P. B. t'.LltllU II All.
BICKNELL & FARQUH AR.Prps.
Adjoining tho Union Depot.
yon lent to all trains arriving or de
parting from Los Angeles. Street ears to
all parts of the city. Everything new
and clean. Board by the day or week at
reasonable rates. ui!4tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LO3 ANGELES, CAL,
S. W. CRAICUK A. CO..
The St. Charios Is located In the busi
ness centre ofthe city, and Is the largest,
most elegant and completely organised
Hotel lv Mouthorn Caiiiornia.
Free coacli to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
awrWestern Union Telegraph ln Hotel
otllcH. jy 111 f
31c\jiivo .Tamotion, Cal.
r fill is HOUSE IS NOW PEP A RED JmaV
X to receive Its numerous patronsJH*
and th- traveling public lv general. Be
ing fit(ll .ly new aud splendidly li.r
ulshdd, it uflords superior acoommod:*
ITS TABLE D» HOTE
Is second to none In Southern Califoruia.
THE BAR is supplied with ttie choicest
brands of wiuiis, liquors and cigars.
An elegant RiLLIAR-D KOOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an.l
supper, it Is tho point of departure for
the ue4ebrated Inyo county Mines, vir,.-~
Darwin, 1 jmu Pine, Cerro Uordo and t'uu
aiulnt. Theofflceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The palrooage of •
1 raveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEW* A BOYD,
, DOWNEY BLOCK,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
18 THK ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
Dos Palmas Hotel & Corral,
S. IP. IR,. IR,.
A FULL SUPPLY OF GRAIN AND HAY
Kept constantly on hand,
nj-lna H. W. KLEIN.
Formerly a resident of Lee Angoles, ha*
returned aud started ln tne
Boot & Shoemaking Line,
At No. 431-2 Spring St.,
will warrant hlmsalf to fli a hoot or shoe
on any foot, corns and bunions notwith
standing, without pain. Prices reasona
ble. Give him a call. uSttf
Montana Meat Market.
FUtELI K(i XX A FRANK, MM
rbe uw an.i leodereat Mi»uWT
lv the market. None bat the *aaa#aß
Prlmitat Beef and Mutton
avert, be round. Note the adarea*—Men
tana Meat Market, Main Htraet, near
First, I,os Anaelee
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
\To. 12 TEMPLE Block, Sprint atreet,
i> Loa Angeles. Ha has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT ln Southern
California. Bla old customers and Ibe
Subllc will and It the place to (at BEST
TYLES and KITTING obtainable.
VELVBT & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prla
atpal samlsnaen af tha oity, lor whom ha
haa made doming.
awTNo necessity to send to Sau Fran
cisco for cood aulas; salts. dectt-tr
When you wish to have olothei made
to order and a goad at, call ea
J. BERNSTEIN. NEW YORK TAILOR,
No. 1«« MAIN ST.,
Between First and Market, Loa A urates,
and you will be aura to cat a good At, at
prices to suit. alt II r
FARMERS' * MERCHANTS'
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
1 _. _ Cashier
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISA lAS W. Mai.I.MAN, BCOINK UITIB,
O. W. Guilds, L. C. Uo.dwin,
Cii a hi.ss Dwookmhn, Joaß Haicarkl,
Jon h S. Gums, C. E. Thorn,
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Depesitt and Itaue Their
Bur and B*ll
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will Hleopay the highest price for Gold
aud Silver Bullion.
From and after tb la data, on all moneys
ktilaa Term Depoatta. Interest will be al
Of Lob Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. 8. PATRICK „ President
E. K. SI'ENOE Ciuhlal
M.S. PATHJor, 8. X. MeTT,
A. A. WIUU, H. Mißnß,
M. Woodwoktu, I. Lamxbbshih.
O. S. WITIIKHBT. Jno. t». Capkon,
J. E, Hoi.LSN ItHCK,
This Dank ia prepared to reoelve de
posit* on epen aooount, hxsue CerMooalas
or Depumt, and transaut a general Bank,
Collections nitrleand proceeds remitted
at uoireut rates „i exchange.
LOS ANBELES COUNTY BANK.
Lob Angeles - Cal
Capital Stock (paid up;, 300,000
I. s. Mt.AUSON President
tt.s. HARM*. Vlo*-Pr*»ldent
J. M, f I.MOTT Cashier
1.1. Mi.vuao*, P. UaAvnar,
V. A. ti*>van, KnnaßT S, Bakek,
I. BIXMY, Ms*.. W. PaataooTT
A. W. U..WKAM.
tteeelva Ravlna". Rank deposit*.
Uuy aad sell i-xi-fcauge on San Francisco,
New York, London, Pads, Berlin and
Buy exehango on all parts ot tb* United
State, aad Europe.
Receive money ou open account and Cer
tificate or Depeait, and do a general
baaklngand exebange business.
Containing Aye rooms, In tha heart ofthe
city. Splendid view and good looatleu.
A tlx loom dwelling heme, In good lo
cation ; oleae to buslaess portion af the
oily; hue Just been newly painted and
pitpered. Apply to
T. Bit AC DRY,
Mo. II New Mlfk SI., opp. Pleo House.
View of MarriAge!
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SOCIBTY NOTIOBW. '
Mason lo Wotioo. 1
VZ"!"" Lode* arc bald a* I
/X/V nrstmoNDa Yor each maataal
} VM r. m. HamhasorfSßßH
pba, No. 202, and ill Master Maamu (a 1
■aod standing ara oar tlally Invited.
Byorderofthe W.-al;- •
Cans. Bmitm, Secretary, j
lugs of this lxMga ara bead aa 1
tha THXHU MOKDAYofeeH 1
month, at 7 p. «. j
Byorderofthe W;. M. J
H. Himut. aVee-y. 1
Lis Angalti Chaster Nt. 3t, «:• j
Stated convocations asst.. J
Las aetahit Caiacil Ht. IL aatfaaakft j
Salect Mutert, F. t A.
Holds Its stated assemblies an the mmH
Monday of eaeb montb at Mtetaalii Kail- 1
at 7:» p. m Sojourning I ,i
«""d eutnding are fraternally In***? to i
attend. By order of tba Tat!. Ot: -J
K. a. CUNNINGHAM, WwaiijaiV 1
Holds its elated conclaves at tne Aaisyfl
lum ln Masonic Hall, en tint IMl]
rHITHHDAYo! ea li month,at TUo-tla-Z %
r. M. Sojourning Knights TrSplsvrS 1
good standing are cordiuity invited to
land. By order of tba : j
a:- o*. 'i
J. O. LimpiiLj, Haeordar. .j
i. o. o. r. | q
asaantnaW AB No. St, "1
••*••». F— Heavier aaaatTaaii J
"QinVor thla lodge an bald awS 1
at Odd Fel o<ra' Uall, Oowaur l£ 1
VlalUng and sojourning brothers la anast
standing are Invited to attend. 1
r-hKO. W. W - AW J!! H ße^s M o»n,
loa Aaa-alae ass. «. wV«jLji|l
wa«k al 7\ o'oloaE Bawl
lournlng brethren In asBS
standing are cordially invited. 91
A. Frame, R. 8. BABP, HI
Braaae Craw E»eamaj»»a4, Na. lfj|
REGULAR MBKTINQB hela
■ Biiii tha Second aad Fnajrfk 1
. , 7>4 c. k. Sojourning rs*rt
ted to Mtend *'" ndln,: "* <»rdlally taTt. j
B. Marxsw. Bcrlb.. C - & °" *
4gk Knighti of Pythaut.
IhR olive lodce, no, as. ,
VSay inset* every TliursdaV •voiiniT
J**** 7 o'clock, at tha OaaUe- Kajjl
Downey Block. All sojourning KoSlta
In good standing ara cnrdlallyJnvttS.
I. A. DUNBMOOR.O. O. I
C. E. Mii.es, K. of R. at, * 4
Confidenco Engine Cempany Nt. 2. ;jl
, w REODLAR MEETING* al ,
JttU thla Company will take plaaa |
/Jhßh, on the flint Wednesday a»a- ,
SMB. ning of each montb, at t I
tOfe o'clock. By order,
W. 8. MOORE, ll.ai tlau M§
C. F. HCINZEMAN «\ CO., |
Successors to J. B. BAUNDER* at OO ~
DRUGGISTS ANB CHEMISTS, 1
TO Stain Street.
LOS ANOELRS. I
Tho CHOICEST TOILET ARTIOMga, i
PUREST L3UUH and PATENT
slues ef all kinds, aur Proscription* oaie*f|
tulljr compounded day and night, aOB tf I 8
FRENCH DRUC BTORKI |
tlus been removed from SIONORET'3
BLOCK to ■
Card on a Block, 118 Main St., j
Opposite the Mariposa store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND '
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aarPrescrlptlone pn j t.rcd with c'enl -i
EVE RcTr EEN
The proprietors of the alove Cc meter* <
offer lots for the next
at HALF PRICE and on EASY MONTH.
SPECIAL ARRANOEMBN. 8 Will ba i
m«de with th»«« wishing lo transfer
lrlenda rrom other cemeteries to Kver
green Cemeiery, at NOMINAL PRICK*.
II application is made Immediately.
For further Information apply to
ISAAC W. lA>Rl>, seoroterr,
o*tf It and .1 Main St.. Los Angeles, Gal
I otter my place, three-quarters of Jls,"
mile from Downey Clly, ou Ihe Wllrarae
loa rosit, adjoining the College; at a bar
gain. It comprise*
I TWENTY ACRES,
<; Flfleee of which are In fruit, of chelae ;
varteUc Then are eight aero* of J*bbJ3
| ° a «iUe**' 0 "" ,lorl * l,le bM >*o aa mp
LOW PRICE A REASONABLE IWUMaJ
I Immediate possession will be aSTae. is
ttm 11, with th. enure grewlng r>ee «MW
IrnlW.ete. Water rtgbt alueosSl lo reeX.
Private Boarding Honse r
No. U, cor. Third and Hill sta
aeraviAßt) nVTHE DvY riit nM
MONTH. Tern*. KeaaonahL. ,«f^