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rgn *s FOR DAILY HERALD:
l>er annum, by mall or express W
sdx months " " 5
Three months " . ••—a
Delivered by carriers, per week 26 oenu
LO > ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
. eni.lishwl every Saturday morning.
One .. ».-,liy mall orexpres»,onooopy..tSl)t
Six .nontlis, " " " -J JJ
Thr c •-• w
Adtmenienls Inserted at reasonable
All It lads ol Job-work done lo
, )..-•«- with HM Francisco In
■•rlre.ntyle, and Elos-aneeol Work.
Al' 1 ORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. 1 STRF.LITZ BLOCK.
JOHN (J. MORGAN,
,vrron.NEV at law,
nmi SANTA MONICA.
77k. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
Hnwurtf, Brosseau & Howard,
. ITORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
A Ct LAW. R..orn«,6»,(l7»nu6BTem
. - Iflock, third floor, Los Angeles.
8. C. HUSBELL,
'TORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 aud 4
M liueommiin s Block, corner Main <t
I'oiiiineroial streets, Los Aniseles. mny7-tr
Z n.AHHm.-L, O- H. SMITH
, H. CHAPMAN. H. M. SMITH
tiUSSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
-~ TTORNEYS AT LAW,
- TKMPLK BLOCK up-stalrs, Los
F. P. Ramirez,
ti • »* - il. II" I .
A 1 TORNEY AND C0u....
LOR AT LAW.
urllooma 2 and 8, Allen's Building,
corner or Spring and Temple Sts. a 1611
. Mr* nod Residence-No. 14FRANKLIN
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
i' i, >Micia>i is ml fc-'ui-frooii
H . .L uce, Fort Hill, I OflJoe.No. 19Dow
li aula Vista street. I neyßlock.iipstalre.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
1 KIINTY I'll VSICIA n.
!> ><>M«t*ll, I.ANFRANCO BLOCK.
\ \ K»*sideuco Downey Avenue, Enst
Los Aniceles, near the end of street rail
" ■ 'nice hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from 1 to
1 r, m. ap2o-tf
Or. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office lo No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over DotterS Bradley's Furni
Office Hours—From 10 lo 12, 4 to li nud 8
to 9. Residence—Buenu Vista street.
J. Bechtinger, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependent and French M. B. socie
ties. Ooullstof the French Hospital in
San Franoisoo. All obronlo obstinate
oases and operations on the eyes attend
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
comer or Kearny. Residence—SE. cor
ner Mason aud Pacific streets, San Fran-
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angoles and Ar
wfc'Cures all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to 12 A. M. end from
2to 5 and 7 to 9 p. M. apWlf
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
Office. 13S Main Street
Having received a diploma from Prot.
Wilms and Dr. Auerbach, of the Heriin,
Prussia, Hospital, I can contldently offer
rqy services to the citisens of Los Ange
les for tho removal of corns, bunions,
chlldblnlus and In growing nails by tbe
most approved solentldo methods. No
Solves used. Cupping and leeching also
Patients visited at their houses with
out extra charge. s'2l-lm
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from HIONORET'3
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
sflrPrescriptions prepared with great
C. H. EDMONDS notifies the owners of
hones and other stock tbat he has
opened an offlie at the PONY STABLES,
No. Its Main street. Will treat the dis
ease known as bloody murrain In cattle,
and guarantee aoure. JyM-lm
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
■ 'tioMfnut rm Uotiia* ifuiill..
Mojavk. Sept. 27. —A J Fin ley,
A S McDonald, E Reese, Mrs L
Baldy, Mrs L Blakeslee, C Snafer,
H Ii Paakwood and- wife, C Fred
rick, X J Sheplierd.
Tit.. Anif-i lilurae M»,-.ore t'Mll*.
San Francisco, Sept. 28th.—A
Victoria dispatch nays lliat tiie Su
preme Court to-day declared tiie
Chinese Tax Bill unconstitutional
and void. The Clirlf Jailor and
Superiutendantof Police have been
suspended pending inquiry Into
their official nets.
Tiie nhii lr»u«ite« I'ulice luventl
Han Francisco, Sept. 28.—The
Board of Police CommlssioDers
last night investigated the charges
made against police officers in the
recent minority report of the Grand
Jury, charging them with extort
it g money from Chinese gam tilers
and violators of the cubic-air or
dinance. The Commissioners found
Ibe officers not guilty ami restored
t lieni to duty.
Shii lr ••<< i.m Altirl.*.!* ~
San Francisco, Sept. 28th.--
Wheat—Stagnant and nominal;
shipping, $firstname.lastname@example.org ; milling,
$1 65©1 67J. Other articles very
dull and prices unchanged.
A nmperAltt Aft«-ni|»l nt ftotcMti,
Han Francisco, Sept. 28' h.—A
man by the name of James Bussel
was found in lite bay off' North
Point about 3 o'clock this
morning. His hands and feet
were tieil fast, but he was
still alive. Some fishermen took
him ashore, und lie was conveyed
to die Cily Receiving Hospital,
where he soon recovered. He
stated that lie hnd attempted sui
cide, and had tied himself to make
sure work of it, as he was a good
CancilvlUK Ml ftnc-rHluento.
Sacramento, Sept. 28.—Last
night the Workingmen's Delegates
to the Constitutional t onventioti
held a caucus at which it was de
termined to effect a perma
nent organization with the
title of the Reform Club,
Delegates to the Convention only
' eligible to membership;—oh
consultation for the
! i»g out the objects and principles.
Of Ik* reform demanded by the pit*. 1
i,!e of CVif'-ml* '»nd embodied!
11l the several nuHjjlcs ciiu.-|
r»rty «f Ci».'lfornl«. What tKesej
priut;iul( ri •.. -i i lo .. de
Charter Oak Hall platform
those who ot.ly endorse several of
its ideas of reform in the State
governments. It was finally agreed
uot to push the Charter Oak plat
form, but only seek to have general
principles engrafted upon the new
Constitution. The most immedi
ate demsuds are for reforms
that have uot only been contended
for uy the Workingmen's party,
but by members ot others uot uffll
ating with it. Tiie sentiment was
expressed that.not resolving to pur
sue an implacable course lv radical
matters, they would gain adhesion
and voles for various measure- of
tiie members of other parties rep
resented in tile Convention and by
these means they would secure
'2 lie Ltlivl <»N' nururll
Placervili.e, Cala., Sept. 28 —
The DoYouiin libel case has been
adjourned till Tuesday.
SHeaine** B.onu l it.
South Norwalk, Conn., Sept.
28. —The steamboat Adelphi, plying
between New York and South Nor
walk, blesv up this morning; a
number of persons were killed.
Tli* yeilim Fcref lv Ohio.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 28.—Prospects
seem more favorable for checking
the yellow fever at Oalllpolis. The
weather is cool and prospects good
for frost. A Mrs. Brown, in the in
fected district below, died of yellow
Cuiidi,.. anil Me'oily Krcrlv.tl sltb
Ol»i-.« A. III".
New York, Sept. 28. —President
Hayes has authorized that the re
leased Fenians, Condon and Mel
ody, be received on board the rev
enue cutter from the steamship
Mosel on arrival at Sandy Honk,
and conveyed to this city. The tel
egram to tills effect from President
Hayes was received with a burst
of applause at a meeting of Ihe
Irish Nationalists, who promptly
ordered that tbeir warm thanks be
conveyed lo the President by let
Norwalk, Conn., Sept. 28.—The
Not walk aud New S'ork steamihlp
Adelphi burst her boiler when a
mile from her dock atßo'clock this
morning. She was ou her way to
New York. Tbe wreck was Imme
diately towed to Gregory's Point.
Six people were killed, and gome
twenty scalded. The boiler blew
out of the i-tarboard side of the
roof. The hull and ma
chinery are little injured. Tbe
explosion look place just as she
was being towed down lo approach
the dock at Darton'a point. It tore
away the. main deck, the boiler
hatch, and a portion of the saloon
on the port side, instantly killing
several aud precipitating others
into the water. The bodies of the
drowned have not yet been found.
The boat left her dock at this oity
about her usual time and bad,
probably, 200 aboard. It lis Im
possible now to ascertain the full
extent of the accident, or
the names of the killed and in
jured, but tbe killed, so far as ascer
tained, are a man with a memo
randum in bis pocket bearing tbe
name, "Charles W. Lord, Lom
bard street, 88 and 90, private;"
Mrs. W. H. Boole, South Norwalk;
' Mr. Ford; a gentleman returning
to Philadelphia from a visit to
Capt. H.Bell; Mr. Hoyt, of Har
lem. The body of au unknown
woman la at tbe steam
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MOKNLNG, SEPT. 29. 1878.
boat landing. Other bodies
were removed before their names
could be ascertained. The injured
are Fred Metz Schwartz, badly
scalded; F. Ramond, New Canaan,
i leg broken and badly injured;
i Henry Conuell, Springfield, hand
, cut; John Hawlsy, New York, 11 re
- man,bruised, (he waß sitting on the
boiler hatch at the time and was
. hurt by being thrown against a
beam); J). O. Crane.Danbury, badly
scalded; Benj. Eckert, boy on boat,
terribly scalded; Henry Laner
: mler, Sagutuck, scalded and arm
J burned; Mabel Wood, daughter
1 of Samuel Wood, probably fatally
1 injured; August Ackert, hurt
' about the head; Joseph
A. Holland, bruised; Ed. Holland
. assistant engineer, bruised about
the head; MissLibbie Selleck, Nor
walk, slightly injured; a great
: many others were Injured. Capt.
Holton was in the office at the
' time of the explosion. The
body of Mr. Hoyt was picked up
150 feet from tbe scene of tbe ca
lamity. Some most heart-render
ing scenes took place. One passen
ger recognized his mangled wife,
from whose mouth the blood spurt
ed in a stream. The burned suffer
most excruciating torture. Their
groans are harrowing. Physicians
were prompt in attendance.
New Orleans, Sept. 28th.—
Deaths, 66; cases reported, 159;
total deaths, 2,758; total cases,
Mew Mimas l>eve liiiiuih ma it, <-oio
Denver, Col., Sept. 28.—The
Immense yield of silver mines in
the new district nt Leadville, Colo
rado, bas produced an extraordi
nary influx of miuers and capital
ists. Three railroads are extending
branches to Leadville. The Den
ver and Rio Grande and the Atchi
son, Topeka and Santa Fe Compa
nies are each vigorously pushing
their Leadville extensions, both
routes being located through
the same cations and valleys. It is
publicly announced here tbat the
burner company has contracted
for the- immediate grading and
equipment of its entire line. A
large force of laborers has been em
ployed, therefore It is believed tbat
competition between the rail
roads will enormously increase the
silver yield by rendering profitable
a very large proportion of low
grade ores, now neglected
on account of heavy charges
al bullion,whicfi !>as go* iuf ■ i ,
Baok~ ■' ruglaod on balance to-'
has been received lien. ..
hers of inhabitants are dying from
starvation at Fez and Megzuiueze-
A man thoroughly acquainted with
the business of canning and preserving
fruit. I'Dfl vbo cau come well recom
mended may hear of employment by
addressing the President of the Home
Industrial Aid Association. 527-lw
A situation, by a man and wife; the
inau as Uardener; und era auds k tore
keeping or boardliig-hou>o keening; the
wife as tlrst-class cook; understands all
domestic housework. Apply to J Essee
H. BUTLUK, 139 Main street. t>2l
A practical orchardist, with experi
ence aLd training in semi-tropical fruit
culture, with unexceptionable refer
ences, Is wau< cd. Apply by letter to V.
P., Buz im, Los Angeles. s2Btf
Rooms and Board.
Oentleineu and their wlvei and single
gents cau be accommodated with board
and flue, large, front rooms, containing
all modern conveniences and home com
forts, at the
New High street, only one block
fr> >m the Postofl.ee and Court House, and
commands a charming view of mountain
and valley. Jelßtf
SEVEN HUNDRED HEAD OF FINE
Parties purchasing can rent the range,
It desired. Also, can have the use of the
corrals and outbuildings. Never falling
water in abuudance. Enquire ef M its.
KARA.U JAnE RULO, .Boyle Heights,
Virginia Avenue, second house from
street oar depot, or MX. CH as. PRa
(*ER, Commercial street. 522
FOR SALE AT COST.
STORE. FIXTURES AND STOCK,
FRENCH LIQUORS. FRENCH GRO
CERIES, A HORSE AND WAGON.
Apply to MADAME LE FRANCOIS,
No. 12 Alain street. Sale on account ol'
depaiturefor Europe. 527-'2w
Grain Land to Rent.
Some of tho best grain land In the
county on essy terms. Apply to D.
FRKKMAN. LOS Angelei. 818 20t
Furnished Rooms for Rent
In the PONET BUILDING. Main street.
One Mtilte <>f frunt rooms and single
rooms to suit, with good view of the city.
Hot aud cold baths aud gas a}l through
tbe boose. Enquire on premises of Mrs.
Gray. a 18
Private Boarding House,
No. M, cor. Third and Bill sta.
•a-BOARD BY TBE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. oiatf
H. DEWELL. T.H.REYNOLDS.
FREIGHT and TRANSFER Co.
DEWELL & REYNOLDS.
No. 218PRINO STEEET, cor.of Market.
All kinds of HAULING, MOVING
FURNITURE, PIANOS, MAKES, etc., on
•VLeavo orders at the Freight Trans
fer Office ,8-tr
49 ML AIK BTREIET
Directly Opposite the St. Chales Hotel.
Tiie Proprietors beg to Inform their former patrons and tbe public at large that
ttaev have Juit returned from Han Francisco with Hie Br ST ABbORTEI), LARO
KST and CHKAWtsr mock or
Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods,
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY.
BWTi.e motto. ".Small l'rollts und Q.u'.ck Hales." will be strictly adhere 1 to
NO AUCTION TRASH !
ALL STAPLE, REGULAR GOODS !
To glv r ; everybody an Idea of the low prices to which we have reduced the goods.
WILL BHOW THAT WE ARE IN EARNEST:
Table Linen (pure linen) 30c per yard
Napkins, worth $1 50 ~ 750 per dozen
Towels, worth double the money 87Jo per dozen
Flanuel, all wool 20u per yard
Lonsdale and Whlteroek 10c per yard
Cheviot Shirting, worth 20c 12Jo per yard
Canton Flannel, usually sold six yards for $1 12 yards for $1
Yard wide sheeting, good quality 8c per yard
Ladles' Hose, good quality $1 per dozen
Ladies' Hose, Iron frame 25c per pair
A fine corset 50c
Felt skirts, worth double the money 500 each
New style dress goods 10c per yard
New style Ruchlng 10c per yard
Canton flannel shirts and drawers, only 37jc each
Merino undershirts and drawers, worth $1 ,374 c each
Good heavy overalls 500 per pair
Shaker socks, all wool 4 pairs for 75c
Cotton socks, a good article 750 per dozen
White shirts, linen bosoms, worth $2 $1 25
Fine Cassimere suite $0
Fine French Diagonal suits, worth $22 50 $12 50
Fine silk handkerchiefs 250 eacli
ALSO. A FULL LINE Or'
*re i* i * it <> o m t
> Thai' M I'VI.h.H. Also, tbe best assortment of
' Hats, Caps,
And Ihe best line ol C brought to
this city. Also, recu. "ry
these goods will be .
cheaper than at any other place in tl
fiSTThese goods were bought for CASH aud will bo I
ONLY. The sale of these goods will commence MONDAY,
at 7A. If. The Store will be open from 7 am. till 9P. M.
nfiv-Reraember, the MECHANICS' STORE Is at 49 MAIN ST.,
opposite St. Charles Hotel. s2ttf
Having purchased tho pleture and entire picture-framing business of tho late
firm orUuliam A Rue. and added the same to our own extensive slock, we are now
prepared to make FRAMES cbe .per than ever. We keep constantly on hand a
large and varied stock of MOULDINUB ol every style and flnlsh, and guarantee
our work to be of the very best description. Also, a fine assortment of B.NURAV
-INQH PHOTOURAPHH, etc. Bring In your PICTURES and have them Iramed
for a small sum. FRAMES of all styles constantly on hand, together Willi our
urge and varied stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
OS-BABY CARRIAUE3 AT LOW PRICES.
Just received, MMB. DEMO REST'S FALL PATTERNS. All tho latest Ntn
York and Paris styles. Catalogues mailed lieo to any address.
m-Doa't forget the place, al the
DOLLAR STORE, No. 25 Spring Street,
'.OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
*m F. J. CILLMORE, Proprietor.
I G. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SELL ALL KINDS OF
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Successful Machine on the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in the WORLD
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
KiTDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
HORTICULTURAL PAVILION, 1
Now being erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTUAL SOCIETY, on Ti mnlri .fisrtj»
Los Angeles City, 1400 feet from the junction of Spring and Main streets, which li 9
i (The Pavilion lot has a frontage of 200 feet on Temple etreet and extends back to Sand street, a depth ol 310 feet. Tho nli-WIo
out represents the Temple Btreet iront. The Saud street front is reached by easy grade, with no stair*. Tbe Pavlfon enMsMHI
of a main ball, two stories high, with a Iroutage ot 76 feet, by a depth of 132 feet, with an annex 39x60 feet in the iwex, toM
devoted lo the purposes of a stage, and annexe* on each side 50x50 feet, two aories in height, oue to be devoted to the mmwk
poses of a Mac hi aery Hall and the other to an Artfialiery. In the angles, in iront ot these nmirtrin. nun ltnijr
will be constructed 40x32 feet each, which will be 112x76 feet, and. with the extensive galleries, will have ,a sealing capacity *!
4.000. The Pavilion complete presents a frontage ot 176 leet by a depth of 161. The main central ball Is now beingbr* l '* **mP
th* wings will be added as soon as the finances of the Society will permit. The Directors Intend to build only so Aw
can pay, and are firmly resolved to lucur no indebtedness.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIET
WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION.
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, IOPS.
All Premiums will be paid In coin except when otberwiso specified. Liberal Premiums are being offered In the I
departments: Flist—Agilcultural Implbinents, Vehicles, etc. s- cond—Textile Fabrics and materials from which
made. Third—Mechanical Products, Musical Instruments, etc. Fourth—Agricultural Products, Flowers, etc. Flfti
Fruit Trees. Raisins, Wines and Brandies, sixth —Fine Arts.
LOCAL DEPARTMENTS.—In order io give each locality exhibiting products at the Fair ample credit for their pit
each town, neighborhood or school district applying for space will be allowed a department of its own, which will bt
designated, and will be as laige as Is consistent witb the capacity of tbe Hall and the applications for apace.
This is the largest Hall south of San Francisco in this State, and the prospects are good that the approaching Fa
the largest ever held in Southern California, The Central Pacidc Ra.lroad Company will transport all articles oxt •
»he fair over their respectiva routes FREE OF CHARGE. Freight being paid on them to the Fair will be rsturnm
shipment by the game owner and exhibition of certificate of Secretary tbat the same bas been exhibited. Weill
Co.'s Express Co. will carry free ol charge ail articles sent to the Fair for exhibition not exceeding leu pounds lv w
ranuements are being made witb ihe Steamship Company to carry freight and passtugcrs at the usual reductions, |
of which will he published as soon as definite arrangements are completed.
EXCURSION TRAINS are being organized on hII the roads centering at Los Angeles. These trains will carry pas
nnd from Los Angeles at less than half the regular rates, and ample time will be given excursinnhts to visit the F*
amine the city and couuty. The excursion trulu from tno north will start from Sa;i Francisco. Particulars In regi
running of these trains will be made publ Ie at an early day.
The Society will havb in its Pavilion this year more apace than any Fair ever before held In Southern California, 8
applications for space are so much greater than < ver before tbat those desiring to exhibit should lose no tira°i In r
plications forspnee to the Superintendent, Town* aud neighborhoods should take steps at once to secure a credit
Mentation of their respective localities, in n charge Is made for spaces or entries. Each exhibitor must hold, ho we
son Ticket, which will cost three dollars. Premium List nnd Rules and Regulations sent free on application
The Pavilion will be completed in time for holding oi Fair at the day advertised.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary. J. DeBARTH SHORE,
fcGtd M. H. KIMBALL, Superintendent.
TO THE PUBLIC.
reply lo tho libelous article circulated by tho editor of La fie
' ugust 30th last, tho following statement, being the actual
"arruers' aurl Merohauts' liaoh of Los Anceloi at the
.tunlay, August 31st, IS7B, is, by the order of
sof said Bank, given to the public:
Bank of Los Angeles,
'urday, Ausmt 31s», 1S78:
Cash on Hand - $114,438 04
Cash with correspond ,„
First National Gold L h "2 fZ
Bank of California, San f« I
Londou & San Francisco I>. ~
Agency of Bank of Califoru. 38 459 35
Total Cash " 8 5" *®
Loans and discounts
Bonds and warrants
Bank building -
Vaults and fixtures
Real estate, taken lv foroclostue of mortgages
Capital, paid up in gold
Reserve lund r '-*A
Total capital 625,000 GO :
Surplus and undivided profits 20,804 60
Dividends unpaid 600 DC I
Due depositors 398,233 18
E. &O. E. Los Angeles, August 31st, 1878.
J. V. WACHTEL, Bookkeeper.
We have examined the books and counted the cash, and find all
correct as per this statement.
Signed: L. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN 8. GRIFFIN,
JOSE MA SCAR EL,
C. E. I'HOM,
O. W. CHILDS,
The Board of Trustees of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank
of Los Angeles.
Statu of California, \
City and County of Los Augeles. )
Isaias W Hellmau, President of the farmers 1 and Merohants' Bauk
of Los Angeles, and John Milner, Secretary of said Bank, being sever
ally duly sworn, each for himself deposes ami says: That the foregoing
ttatement or the actual condition of tbe assets and liabilities of said
comoration is true and correct to the best, of their knowledge and belief.
v ISAIAS W. HELLMAN,
Subscribed and sworn to before me at the city and county of Los An
geles, California, this 9th dny of September, A. D. 1878.
■10 lm [Seal.] JAMES C. KAYS, Notary Public.
Congregation B'nui Berith.
The selling and renting of scats in the
Synagogue will take place on SUNDAY,
.September 22d, from IU a. m. till 12 M. and
from 2 til 1 4 p. m. ,ut the busementof tbe
synagogue. AH lutormatlon regarding
pews and seats can therealter be obtained
fiom iho Secretary.
nfflce with Manning A McMenmity,
Plumbers, Ro. Ati Central Block, Spring
Montana Meat Market.
FRCELINOKI'. & FRANK, (HS|
The best and tendcresi
In th. market. None but tho emasssm
Prlmaat Beef and Mutton
ever to be round. Note the address—Mon
Una Meat Market, Main street, ne«v
Urat, Los Anawli
AfltlVW M.i iii to*" sbw'Sssll m"
NO. AQ4r J
rHR OLDEST AUC
iv business lv bot
;orner of SPRINO aud
W.H. NORT I
Has been engaged in ,
Auctioneering aud o *% «4. ]
rude for *a years, and :
■ aylngtbatbe can gi
my business cotrustee
«rCABH paid foi
Kitchen Farottme, H<
Ifuggles and all others I
REAL ESTATE A j
Will RENT HOUB > * *i j
Household and farm h
Commissions on nion
Of L is Angeles CI '
P,t*% St.no, County i
taken out Oct. Ist,
uninterrupted to tin
'Vith J. Q. DeTurk, 1
vo doors above
- Sale Day
SW * '
wdd 'caoep, fcwd
Largest Skork at Am
IN THS CII . j
H. St,. BR,O^vTMH
Auction and Commission HonhsMl
Two doors east of old stand, ou Court MM
Sou ih of Court House. Jj
WRfjnUr Sales on Saturdays, MMfil
A. at. till *r. a. special sale. OMJ
any time or plac, Cash paid lb, M
k 1 uds of goods. _,:;J
Rerereuce, by permission: R. B. soNffJi
President Bank of Vlsalla; E. F. HfsHSfJB
Cashier Commercial Bank. 1.. A. _M
sll!tf 11. n. brown. Anctio—Spj
Watches and Jewelry. |
Having purchased Ih. stock and gfl
tores or the well known Jew«iry *ton»fl|
Mr. T. W. stack pole, adding tkarauM
large and entirely amw aMortaMsMvJl
goods, wo ere are prepared to show H
cltisens of Los Ai),elend vfelatt,
of the finest and best seleot*d wtatmlM
he found in the State, wbloh will ksrafj
at the lowest living rate*.. J|
We shall constantly be IB I lllllll,,(M
the latest novelties la watoMa. Mm
jewelry, etc., to which th.
the public Is especially lanlMaV
In spectacles w. have aIMBS asslS
rled assortment, and are
agents In Southern California or SfM
eurated Laserus A Morris pertbttsslM
tncles, which w. claim ar.MM statSH
Mr. Stackpolo will remain W«U£j|
ploy, having ejclu.lv, w»M ■)
woik df-partmeut, and, a. awMMH
l eclal ai ientlow will b. tWSsw**, Mj]
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