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All 1. luila ol Job-Work doae to
I'mapnls wltb Mas Fruneleco In
rrlee.ntyle, nnd Elegrauoe ol WurUi
J. A. GRAVES,
ATTORNEY AND OQTJNBEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. 1 RTBELITZ BLOCK.
JOHN C. MORGAN,
rnnif SANTA MONICA.
* M HOWARD. K. 11. BOWARIJ.
Howard, Brossoau & Howard,
l ITOnNEYH AND COUNSELLORS
V \TLVW. X oms, M, 67 and 68 Tcm
lliiick, third floor, Los Angeles.
8. C. HUBBELL,
. rrORNBY AT LAW, Rooms 3 ami 4
?\ riucomroui* * Block, corner Main A
i ommsrctal streets, Los .Aniielos. may7-tf
t..,i.amski.i.. o. h. surra
. .1 CIIAf-MAS. H. M. SMITH
.iLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
i TTORNEYS AT LAW,
•ri ice—TEMPLE St/MJK iin-*l*tr*. Ml
> <->.|r*. California. ne»tr—2 _
F. f». Ramirez,
A TTOUNE V A.T I. A VV.
OFFlCE—Tempi* Blook, No. 73, I.os
\V. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
■Mi-Rooms 2 snd 3, Allen's Building,
dornsr of Hpring and Temple Bt«. a!8ll
utriccand Residence—No. 15FRANKLIN
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
1 'HyMtnaiai i»i<l burgeon
i -',1. nee, Fort BUI, | Office, No. 19 Dow
itiiena Vista street. I neyßlook.upstalrs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
( ■ iIJNTY I'HYHICIAN.
. ) oMlllill, I .AN FRANCO BLOCK,
i 1 Residence Downey Avenue, East
Us Angeles, near the end of street rail*
■ViHce linurs from 10 to 12 A. m. ; from 1 to
1 r. sc. ap2o-tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Uas removed bla office to No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over hotter 4 Bradley's Furni
Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 to 0 and 8
to 9. Residence—Buena Vista street.
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
09-Cures all kinds or diseases,
office hours from 9 to 12 A. m. und from
2 to 5 ana 7 to 9 p. M. ap3otf
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
Havioe received a diploma from Prot.
Wilms and Dr. Auerbacb, of the Merlin,
Prussia, Hospital, I can confidently oiler
my services to the cttlsens of Los Ange
lea for the removal of corns, bunions,
chlldblnlns and In r owing nails by the
most approved scientlflo methods. No
knives used. Cupping und leeching; also
Patleula visited at their houses with
out extra charge. s2l-lm
FRENCH DRUG STORK!
Eu been removed from SiaNOKET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite tbe Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
age-Prescriptions prepared wltb great
gpj FASHION m&
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
hand for tbe accommodation of tbe nub'
Ho. Horses Boarded by tbe day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the shortest noiioe and uin>u as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
JaMtf WILSON A,'YOUNG, Prop's.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
I'NRSSuscrl Oulmm: Mouth.
Mojave, Oct. 4th.—Miss Minnie
j Austiu, Mrs W Ferguson, E De
; trlch and family, G F Richardson
nnd wife, Mrs JM Rick, Mrs YV
j Mesint and daughter, Miss Mamie
Gray, MissTrahern, M Hevlin, G
Hinds, Mrs Selma, Miss Tilly
Abraros, Mrs C E Herriot, W H
Hood and wife, Mrs Phillips, H
Root, W Clark, A Bateman, W H
Sholes, J McCrackin, J Doe, J H
Hutches, CCrandall, H Smith, R
G Marrenell, W C Eadcs, J Bmith,
A G Hart, G A Jager, M Moore, E
Kinirsley, J Stable, S Frausey, W
E Marsh, H Taylor, J A Graham.
I A I'm ami Coll Mail Iv a Bail B"-.
San Francisco, Oct. «!—B. Mc-
Dotiuell, of the defunct put and call
Arm of McDonnell & Co., was ar
rested this morning en nine charg
es of obtaining money by false pre
tenses, connected with tbe business
recently conducted by the firm.
San Fbancisco, Oot. 4th.—
I Wheat—ilull mill unchanged; ship
: piiiir, $1 GU@I.GS; milling. SI OOfo
! 107}; off grades. $1 30@1 65. B.r
-i ley—quiet; const feed, 90®93 eenia;
bay, $email@example.com}; brewing, $1.15®
1.22} Obis—null; California, $1 HO
@1 37}. Rye-sales at $1 15@l 2&
Corn—small yellow, $1.15@1 17}
Hay—firm, $B@ls. Alfalfa, $9@lo.
An - -Inl ft>r Plirnrli.ir from tbe
San Fkancisco, Oct. 4 —L.
Dall, formerly Captain of an ocean
steamer, luit latterly employed in
the Uniteil States Mint in this city,
was arrested yesterday upon tlie
charge of appropriating tiullion.
Some time ago alieiition wascalied
lo the laot that a quantity ot
sweepings of the Mint, which con
tain more or less bullion from fil
ings, etc., wtis taken fiom the
building. II wna finally traced to
Dall,who, at first, denied all knowl
edge of the theft, but ultimately
admitted that hu took a lot of
lead from the mint about eighteen
I months ago, intending to iuu It
j into weight s for machinery, and
that in melting it he discovered
I gold and silver, which had found
its way into the sweepings of base
metal; that he then placed the bul
lion to one side, i mending to return
it to thi- mint, but neglected to do
to. The filings, however, bear
traces of having been recently *;ut
from strip*. Doll and his son, who
is implicated with him, have been
turned over to the United Slates
Will Wni.r In* m,„,.||.
San Fkancisco, Oot. 4.—The
Sierra Nevada Mining Company
proposes to increase the number of
its shares from 100,000 to 500,000,
anil action will be taken ou the
4th of November.
I I,e «',,,. I'.nluiH.
Sacramento, Oct. 4th—The
Convention met at 10 this a. m.,
President Hoge In the chair. A
half hour wus occupied in correct
ing errors in tho roll-call on the
question of privilege yesterday, a
large number of delegates being re
corded incorrectly. It was discov
ered that, If correctly announced,
the result would have beeu differ
Tho Committee on Phonographic
Reports reported and a resolution
to go into election for pbouograph
ic repo.-I.eis was lost by a vote of
30 to 113, indicating v general in
tention to dispense witb reporters
A motion to adjourn until Mon
day was defeated and the Conven
tion will meet to-morrow ns usual.
Recess until - o'clock.
■ lie liaUNMM It.lllMH (lAUIUNIiCU .
Ogallalla, Nob., Oct. 4.—The
Indians ure crossing tbe North
Platte river, six miles north of
Mere. A party of cowboys start
ing from here litis morning to
scout, overtook a party of Indians
killing a beef. They exchanged
shots and made the Indians drop
the beef, leaving behind also one
horse, one mule, blankets, bats,
lariats, etc. The Indians are go
ing north as fast us possible. Near
ly all tbe ranchmen are here with
Sidney, Neb., Oct. 4.—Major
Thornburgb, with a command
numbering about 2AO, left here on a
special train at 11 A. M. to-day for
Ogallalla to endeavor to stop the
hostile Chayenues. He will be
Joined at Julesburg by Lieut. Davis
and command from the South
Platte. Tbe Cheyenne prisoners,
numbering about 250 person-, in*
eluding 100 warriors, en route for
Indian Territory, who were held at
this place until the renegades had
passed, were disarmed tins morn
ing and are now in camp
at Sidney barracks, guarded by
Capt. Fitzgerald's company. The
Indians nt first refused tn surren
der and trouble was anticipated,
but when the troops surrounded
them they gave up tbelr rifles and
ponies, submitting to the over
Cheyenne, Oct. 4.—Ogallalla
reports that the Indians were cross
ing tbe river at ten o'clock this
morning live miles east of that, sta
tion. Fifty citizens were iv Ogal
lalla armed and mounted prepared
to defend the town should it be
attacked. Scouts were out in all
Denver, Col., Oct. 4.—Tbe fol
lowing dispatch from Wallace,
Kansas, referring to the Land of
Indians which left the reservation
near Fort Reno, has just been re
ceived: Tbe Indians crossed the
Kansas Paciilc Railroad Sunday
morning going north. When about
twenty Aye miles noith of Buffalo
Station tbey commenced killing
settlers, aud so far seventeen dead
bodies have been found along Sap
pa Creek. The Indians do not go
out of their way at all to kill white
people, hut if they meet a
man on horseback tbey
kill him and take bis horse. Tbey
are now eighty or a hundred miles
north of the Kansas Pacific Rail
road, with troops pressing them
pretty bard. They have killed no
women or children, and have
tbus far murdered but few victims.
U1IJ&OS ANGELES. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5. 1878.
The report that Lieutenant Broder
(ck had been killed is untrue.
There bas been no fight since Fri
day, and Broderick Is here, well
Cheyenne, Oot. 4th.—Parties in
an engine and caboose, Just return
ed to Ogallalla, say that they saw
a trail across the track aud could
see Indians on Ihe bluffV.
Tbe troop train has not
yet departed from Sidney.
A l>-vei«>|,iii<-u« Ih Mm Porter In-
New York, Oit. 4 —In the Filz
John Porter case to day two wit
nesses testified that Capt. Pope bad
frequently confessed that he car
ried tbe famous four-thirty order
and that he lost his way consuming
two hours, where 45 minutes would
otherwise have beeu sufficient. This
testimony made nconsiderable sen
sation, as the witnesses have al
ways been on good terms with
Captain Pope. The latter, however,
stoutly denied having ever made
any such admissions.
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 4 —One
man was killed nnd four others se
rloußly wounded yesterday, by the
explosion of a sawmill boiler st
Tli« C-ili.rsulo Mil el i»un.
Denver, Col., Oct. 4.—Revised
returns In-m twenty-one counties
increase Bedford's majority over
Patterson, (Deui.) for Congress to
2,745. Pitkin's majority over Love
land for Governor is 2,500 Counties
yet to be repored will probably In
crease the average Republican ma
jority in the State to three thous
A T..M Willi'-.■ isi.tl-ir Failure.
London, Oct. 3.—The total lia
bilities of Smith, Fleming & Co.,
K»st India merchants, whose fail
ure was announced yesterday, is
estimated at ten million dollars.
Yellow Fever In Ma<lrl<t.
London, Oct. 4.—A Madrid dis.
patch says considerable alarm has
been caused there by the appear
anoe of twenty oases of what was
supposed to be typhus fever In one
of the most populous quarters of
the city. Three suffers having been
admitted into hospitals, the dootors
to-day declare ihat their symptoms
are those of yellow fever, and that
Ihe infection was brought from
Cuba by soldiers.
0->le|r iv l4,a|,«eH Mali* nmi Cyprus
London, Oct. 4 —Tbe troop ship
Henley will sail from Plymouth
to-day for Marseilles, where the
Lords of Admiralty will embark
for a tour of inspection of Malta
The Knsi luillnn War Cloud.
London, Oot. 4—A dispatch
from Kasaull states that the move
ment agaiust Cabul will begin im
mediately. A Simla dispatch re
ports tbat DO communication has
yet been received from tbe Ameer.
Natives bring down word that the
Ameer is collecting his forces from
all quarters to oppose tbe advance
of the English.
Lots for Sale!
West Los Angeles
Offers the best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any that has ever been of
ferod for sale to the public.
THE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL,
Only sufficleuty inclined for good drainage
THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT,
Aud of such charao that it never cakeß
and is neither muddy In Winter nor dusty
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed and running through the en*
tire land and 1 now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en
Ing Into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT OF THE LOS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
This Is really the West End of our beau
tiful city, with tbe benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uucontamlnated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at tbe elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now e.eeted and
In course of erection must satisfy any per-
Jia desiring a borne that this Is the clace
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
M\PS WILL BE FOUND
At the office of the Farmers' A M
Also, at tbe office of the Main Stre
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W. CHILDS and JOHN G. TJOWNEH
will give special attention to those seek
ing Information. sepUHtl
— Can be found In
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
49 _tVC A.TTST BTRBE3T
Oireotly Opposite the St. Chales Hotel.
The Proprietors beg to Inform th elr former patrons and the public at large that
they have Just returned from San Francisco with tbe Br.ST ASSORTED, LARG
EST and CHEAPEST stock or
Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods,
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY.
aarToe motto. "Small Profits and Qu'.ok Sales." will be strictly adhere I !<>.■*«
NO AUCTION TRASH !
ALL STAPLE, REGULAR GOODS!
To glv9 everybody aa Idea or the low prices to wbloh we have reduced the goods,
WILL SHOW THAT WE ARE IN EARNEST:
Table Linen (pure linen) 300 per yard
Napkins, worth $1 50 750 per dozen
Towels, worth double tbe money 87Je per dozen
Flannel, all won) 20a per yard
Lonsdale and Whiterock 10c per yard
Cheviot Shirting, worth 20c 12Jo per yard
Canton Flannel, usually sold sis yards for $1 12 yards for $1
Yard wide sheeting, good quality 8o per yard
Ladles' Hose, good quality $1 per dozen
Ladies' Hose, iron frame 250 per pair
A fine corset - 50c
Felt skirts, worth double the money 60s each
New style dress goods 10c per yard
New style Ruohlng 10c per yard
Canton flannel shirts and drawers, only 37J0 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 75c per dozen
White shirts, liven bosoms, worth S2 $1 25
Fine Cassimere suits , $9
Fine French Diagonal suits, worth $22 60 $12 50
Fine silk handkerchiefs 25c eacli
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
"W" A. T E R P R, OOF
ALL SHADES and COLORS. LAThST STYLES. Also, the beat assortment of
Men's and Boys' Hats, Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
And the best line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS ever brought to
this city. Also, regular custom-made CLOTHING, the very
latest cut and of the best qualities.
these goods will be sold at least 25 per cent,
cheaper than at any other place in the city.
Be>" These goods were bought for CASH and will be sold for CASH
ONLY. The sale of these goods will commence MONDAY, Sept. 231,
at 7a. m. The Store will be open from 7a. it. till 9p. m.
Jfctf"Remember, the MECHANICS' STORE is at 49 MAIN ST.,
opposite St. Charles Hotel. «21tr
Having purchased the picture and entire picture-framing business of the law
firm of Unham A Rae, and added the same to our own extensive slock, we are now
prepared to make FRAMES che per than ever. We keep constantly on handla
large and varied stock of MOULDINGS ol svery style and Bnlsh, and guarantee
our work to be of the very best description. Also, a fine assortment of ENGRAV
INGS, PHOTOGRAPHS, etc. Bring In your PIOTURES and have them framed
forasmall sum. FRAMES of all styles constantly on hand, together with our
arge and varied stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
aWBABY CARRIAGES AT LOW PRICES.
Just received, MME. DEMOREBT'S FALL PATTERNS. All the latest Nen
York and Paris styles. Catalogues mailed free to any address,
gsjrDon't forget the place, at tbe
DOLLAR STORE, No. 25 Spring Street,
:OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
F. G. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SELL ALL KINDS OF
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne 6l Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Successful Machine on tbe Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in the WORLD
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
•WDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
Now being erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HORTICULTUAL SOCIETY, on Tempi* fW
Loa Angeles City, 1400 feet from tbe junction of Spring and Main streets, which U V
considered the center of business. .1
I /The Pavilion lot has a frontage of 200 feet on Templo street and extends back; to Sand street, a depth ot 810 feet. The MM
cut represents the Temple street front. Tbe Sand street front Is reached by easy grade, wltb nn stairs. The Harllo* ImH
of a nialu hall, two stories high, with a irontHgeot 76 feet, by a depth of 132 feel, with an annex 3Vx6O f«et la the Mn_H
devoted to tbe purposes of a stage, and annexes on each side 60x50 feet, two stories In height, one lo be devoted to tUV
posesof a Machinery Hall and tbe other to an ArtUaliery. Iv tbe ancles, In irontof these annexes, one-itorjr
will be constructed4ox32 feet each, which will be 112x78 feet, and, with the extensive galleries, will have -a aaaltng ejiMMp
4.000. The Pavilion complete presents a frontage oi 17(j leet by a depth of .61. The main central hall fa now being
the wings will be added as soon as the finances of tbe society will permit. The Director*) Intend lo build only w AU Mil
can pay, and are firmly resolved to Incur no indebtedness.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION |
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL 80CIETY.J
WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION. «~»ii-J
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, laMp
All Premiums will bo paid In coin except when otherwise specified. Liberal Premiums are being offered? In the) MMfljj
departments: Flint—Agiieulumil Implements, Vehicles, etc. second—Texiile Fabric and materials from whlehilMMß
made. Third—Mechanical Prcducls, Musical instruments, elc. Fourth—Agricultural Products, Flowers, etc. Fflth-4nl
Fruit Trees. Raisins, Wines and brandies, sixth—Fine Arts.
LOO A L DEPARTMENTS.—in order 10 give each locality exhibiting products at the Fair ample credit for their protagjfli
each town, neighborhood or school d i strict applying for space will be it I lowed a deportment of Its own, which wlif be fßtfN
designated, and will be as laTge as la consistent with the capacity of the Hall and the applications for space. Sffl
This is the largest Hall south of Han Franchco In this State, and the prospects are good that the approaching Fair tMM
the largest ever held In Southern California, The Central Fad tic Ra.lmad Company ivilt transport all arttolM exttfMHK
the Katrover their respective routes FREE OF CHARGE. Freight being paid on them to the Fair will be r a turned SBP
shipment by the same owner and exhibition of certificate of Secretary tbat the sume has been exhibited, Welle, n
Co.'a Express Co. will carry free of charge nl! articles sent to the Fair for exhibition not exceeding ten pounds In WsjgMH
rangements are being made with tbe Steamship Company to carry freight and passengers ut the usual reductions, pafUetlf
of which will be published as Boon as definite arrangements are completed. raj
EXCURSION TRAINS aie being organized on all the roads centering at f-os Angeles. These trains will carry puesßngeM -
and from Los Angeles at less than half the regular rates, and ample time will be given excitrsionhts to vlalt ihe Fair mmm a
amine tbe city and couuty. Tho excursion train from the north will start from San Francisco. Particulars Is reg4Urd|t*M J
running of these trains will be made publio at an early day. I
The Society will bavt in Its Pavilion ibis year more space than any Fair ever before held in Southern California, ane>fafa|
applications for spuceare so much greatei than ever before that those desiring to exhibit should lose no time la JftaftfatfJ
plications for space to the Superintendent. Towns and neighborhoods should take steps at once to secure a credltaete fftf
mentation of (heir respective localities, rio charge is made for spaces or entries. Kach exhibitor must hold, however** JH
sou Ticket, which will cost three dollars. Premium List and Rules and Regulations sent free on application to the tfajsMH
The Pavilion will be completed in lime for holding oi Fair at the day advertUed. \%
L. M. HOLT, Secretary. J. DeBARTU SHORB, President. J
t?6td M. H. KIMBAI»L, Superintendent. - ■ ■ ■'■•^i
TO THE PUBLIC.
Iv reply to tho libelous article circulated by tbe editor of La Be
forma ou August 33th last, tbe following statement, being the actual (
condition of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles at the
close of business on Saturday, August 31st, 1878, is, by tbe order of .
the Board of Trustees of said Bank, given to the public:
STATEMENT OF THE! COINIiIXIOIS
OF THE 1
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles,
At the close of business, Saturday, August 'Mil, 187S: ,
Cbbii on bund $114,438 04
Cash with correspondents—
First National Gold Bank, San Francisco $1*1,381 29
Bank of California, San Francisco 17,817 17
London & San Francisco Bank (Limited), n. F. 757 42
Ageucy of Bank of California, New York 3,803 47
Total Cash 152,897 39
Loans and discounts 740,427 70
Bonds and warrants 6,179 19
Bank building 18,000 00
Vaults and fixtures H.GI4 80
Real estate, taken in foroolosure of mortgages 10.518 70
Capital, paid up in gold $475,000 00
Reserve fund f.0,000 00
Total capital 625,000 00
Surplus and undivided profits. : 20,804 60
Dividends unpaid 800 00
Due depositors .. 396,233 18
E. & O. E. Los Angeles, August 31st, 1878.
J. V. WACHTEL, Bookkeeper.
We have examined the books aud counted the cash, and find all
correct as per this statement.
Signed: L. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN S. GRIFFIN,
C. E. THOM.
O. W. CHILDS,
The Board of Trustees of tbe Farmers' and Merchants' Bank
of Los Angeles.
State of California, \
City and County of Los Angeles, j
Isaias W. Hellman, President of the Farmeie' and Merchants' Bank
of Los Angeles, aud John Milner, Secretary or said Bank, being sever
ally duly sworn, each for himself deposes ami saye: That the foregoing
statement of the actual condition of the assets aud liabilities or said
corporation Is true and correct to tbe best of their kuowledge and belief.
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN,
JOHN MILNER. )
Subscribed and sworn to before me at tbe city and county of Loa An
geles, California, this 9th day of September, A. D. 1878.
elO lm [Seal.] JAMES C. KAYS, Notary Public.
Congregation B'nai Berilh.
The selling and renting of seats in the
Synagogue will take place on SUNDAY,
October 6th, from 10 A. M. till 12 at. at
the basement of the Synagogue. All in
formal lon regarding pews and seats can
thereat tor be obtained from the Secretary.
Office wltb Manning A McMenomy.
Plumbers, No. 3d central Block, Spring
Montana Meat Market.
FBCELINOKK.t KKANK, fW9t
Th« best nod tendered MeaUaVffT
In the maiket. None but the laMatm
Prlmeot Beef and Mutton
ever to h« kmnd. Note the add wm—Mon
tana Meat Market, Main Street, neat
Heat. Lea A—lea.
THE OLDEST AUCTION'S KB M
In business In Moutheru C*atofftt|
Corner of SPRING and UABKBTtthM
W.H. NORTHO RAftifl
Has been engaged la the
Auctioneering and other branofc<M'j
trade for 25 years, and feels finllW|
Raying that he can give satUfa^tJMwl
any business eutrusted to his ear*, my
•9-CASH paid for Household vjj
Kitchen Furnlluie, Horses, Waso&tlM
Buggies and all other article* of ▼•HH
REAL ESTATE A HPKCIALTT*|
Wilt RENT HOUSE* and ton*
household and farm help. J
aw Advances made ou cooslgMMfl
Commission* on money loaned. OP#B
PIONEER AUCTION HOW
or r.l* Angola* City and Ooaaajkl
X r-t state. County and City Ua*j)
taken out t el. Ut, US*. MM kgjll
uninterrupted to the prrissat flat*
With .1. G. De Turk, No. I MAlUCltl
two doors hoot* Wells, Fmrya Jky«
Reeular Hale Days for norm, M
rlnnes (urniiure. etc., Wrdassdajr* M
Saturdays from 10 oV'ovk a. ISI
o'clock p. m. Cash a<ivMuo«a madia
conHlcnmentH. Cat>h pa<<i >or all ft!
of goods, ware* «n<t merchant!**, OmH
on the ' live and let Ir-t lWr-'» b«sl»>.
N. 8.-No r.-al estate Hold MC#<jM
auction Charges ou real «SUtt*»«j
one per cent.
X W. NOYE* Auction***
And General Hualuosa MaaafWfo*
OLDEST AUCTION NOT
Largest Stock of Aucttoa |M
IN THB CIT*. r«§ J
HI. JRj. BZRO"Wpj
Auotlou and Commission MaagkMß
Tiro doom east of old stand, <M Oeaawl
South of Court Hon**. : 4
ssrßegular Sale, on Saturdays, MM
a. m. tilt 4 i. a. special sate* aasil
any tlmo or place. Cask P*M H
kinds ot goods. «
Rererence, by permission: ■<■.■)
President Bank of Vlialla; B. ITMI
Caahlar Commercial Bank, 1.. A. 3
s!2tf H. R. BROWN, A\MHg«H
Watches %u4 J*w*hjM
Having purchased the iMkigJ
tures <>r the well koowa J«w*JtWjS
Mr. T. W. stackpole, aatSnwlM
and roilraly near asaaSMM
iKHxis.we are ara prepared ta aJM
nllliens of Los AngvlesasNl ttSM
of ilie nnesl and bast Mloeted, M
be found In the Stat*, ttMlflM
at the lowest living rates. . rj
We Khali constantly be la rsasttHl
the latest novelties In a slat ssl. ■
jewelry, etc., to which tMaMMH
tho public is especially invttts).
In spectacle* w* have attsßK'ti
rled assortment, and ar* HsFsggfl
agents In Southern CatltaSsMHHS
e„rated Laterus A Morrt* g*silJgM
tacles, which wa claim Brat** >
Mr. Htuckpoie win rssaatj'ljaajM
ploy, having exclusive takSAMha
woi k department, aad, as snaMSlI
pedal attention will b* (tvasrw SM
pairing uf One wateavM ssdMMK
WesTiall be happy It, sawaW
mends aud Ihe pr^llcatis