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lOnKi' 11 U. LYNOH.
f **tflS FOB DAILY HERALD:
l»or annum, by mall or«xprcss $W
tslx ip.onths " " •••• *
Tbrje month* ** *' »
Delivered by carriers, per woek 25 cent!
IX ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
s ..n I.Untied every Saliirdic momma
<lne i-sitUy ncill orexprea*i,oneei>py..BillX.
Mix uoaths. " M " —1
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A I.e. iiseinauts Inserted at reasouable
til Uluda of Job-Work doao to
• ..mi MM »it.li Nap rranelaro In
e.HI j le. nn,l Eltfauce ol Work*
J. A. GRATES,
AIIORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. 1 STRELITZ BLOCK.
JOHN C. MORGAN,
A'l TORNKY AT LAW,
SIM SANTA MONICA.
v hi. HOWARD. f. 11. HOWARD.
Howard, Rrosseau & Howard,
VITt'mNKYs AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms,M, 07 and 6« Tern
i. c Block, third floor, Loh Angelea.
S. C. HUBBELL,
AITOKNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 aud I
Imcommtln s Block, corner Main .1
i oinmerclal streets, Los ABge)«. may7-tt
. III.AHBKLI,, Q. H. SMITH
» a ■•llal-X.VK. U. H. SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, |
TTORNEYS AT LAW,
CJFf ICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalrs, 1..*
,\ ngelca, California. oesHf—»
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTORNK V AT LAW.
nfrpiCK—TeroplS Block, No. 72, lx>s
Ange es. ln2-lm
W. H. H. RusseiiT^
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
A**t-ltooms « and 3, Allen's Uulhling,
corner otsprlng and Temple St-, alftll
t fllce and Residence-No. 15 FRANK 1.1 N
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
1 'ii_v»«l oiutt nud furgeon
it - di nee, Fort Hill, I Office, No. in now
rtiieui Vista atreet. I uey Block,up stairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
< KUNTY I'HYSICIAN,
1> nIt.M.AII, I.ANFRANCO BLOCK.
\ llesideuce Downey Avenue, Kitat
If* \ hgelet, tieur Ibe end of street rail
i nfi.-t. I.ours from ID to 13 A. m.; from 1 to
1 p. a. apai tr
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed bis office to No. 82 MAIN
MTKKKf, over Doller & Bradley's Kotni
Ultloe Hours—From 10 lo 12, i lo 0 and g
to 9. Residence—Buena Vista street.
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angelea aud Ar
uiidla st rents
gag-Cares all kinds of diseases.
OfHce hours from V to 12 a. m. aud I t urn
2 to 5 ana 7 to v c. m. a panic
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
Having received a diploma from Prot.
Wilms and Dr. Auerbacb.ot the Berlin,
Prussia, Hospital, I can confidently offer
my services to the citizens of Los Ange
les for the removal of corns, bunions,
chlldblnlna and In growing nails by the
most approved scientific methods. No
knives used. Cupping and leeching also
Patients visited at their houses with
out ojttraoharge. s!2l-lm
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIONORET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,!
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PEH? ujh ER Y,~~BR US HES AND
e»-Proscrlp, onB p re p arei i with great
care. r r dst/
Livery and Sale **able,
WILSON A YOUNC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double
and Saddle Horees kept constanlly 01
baud for the accommodation of tbe pub
lie Horses Boarded by the day. week o
month at reasonable rales. Conveyance
furnished for private or public occasion
at the shortest notloe and upon as reas
M n vi de terms as at any
First Class Establishmen
In southern California.
Jalitf WILSON A YOUNG. Prop's.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
4 ..it.,i. Ifenil.
i San Francisco, Oct. 10.—Gen
eral O. D. |Co I ton, Vice-President
of the Southern Pacific Railroad,
(lied iv this city last Right. He
was forty-seven years old.
Sacramento, Oct. lo.—ln the
Convention tlie following resolu
tion was passed:
Whereas, It is represented that
the United States is about to con
clude a commercial treaty with
France which, in Its effect, will
prove destructive to '.he wine inter
ests of California, therefore,
Resolved, That this subject be
sent to tlie Committee on Agricul
ture and Commerce with Instruc
tions to ;inquire into and report
audi action as Ihey may deem ex
The following Wat also presented:
Resolved, That this Convention
memorialize Congress lo abrogate
I lie Burlingame treaty.
A pelilion Trom citizens of Napa
memorializing the Convention lo
frame a c malitulion ho us to recog
nise the Christian religion was pre
Melimiials in favor of woman
suffrage, a petition tor tlie exemp
llon of chinch properly from taxa
tion, and petit urns fur engrafting v
local option law up in the Coast i
tutiou, were also presented.
The roll was calleil lor I lie pres
entation of proposals for iusertiou
By Ayers, further immigration
of Chinese is hereby prohibited
and municipal authorities at ports
to which they are destinetl are lo
prevent their debarkation or c»m| el
thau to again embark; also, that
the directors of savings banks
shall be held liable In their Individ
ual estates for misappropriation of
fundi of such institutions.
By Barbour, proclaiming lobby
ing lo be a crime, mid that the Leg
islature shall enforce Ihe article by
suitable penalties; also declaring
tlie right of tho people to regulate
Immigration with reference to the
By Barnes, all moneys raised hy
taxation for school purposes shall
only he applied to schools con
ducted in conformity with the
school luw, uml that no money
shall he appropriated to seclurian
Hy Hairy, proviiJuiK Dial Ilia
Governor may only pardon in eases
of misdemeanor; in all other easel
paulons to lie granted hy a com
mission of Ktule officers; also de
cluring I hat Asiatic coiillelßiu is
By Barton, providing that Asses
sors shall Nend a list to every tax
payer of nil properly assessed und
exempt from tuxallon.
Hy Beerslecher, for an eight
hour law; also, providing for a
Board or Labor und Labor Statis
By Belcher, establishing a State
Board of Equalization, elected from
each Congressional District.
By Bitgs, for I lie taxation of
solvent debts aud mnrtgugpg anil
exemption of mowing ciops; also
requiring members of the Legisla
ture to take oath that they will re
ceive no other compensation or
consideration for acts as legislator-,
and requiring tlie vote to be re
uoided on the final passage of every
By Blackmer, for m State Board
of Education, consisting of two
members from each Congressional
By Brown, declaring that no
present right of property shall be
Invalidated by tlie adoption of the
By Campbell, for the creation of a
Board of three Railroad Commis
sioners to he appointed by the Gov
By Caples, providing that wit
nesses shall not he imprisoned.
By Condon, prohibitlngoontraots
for prison labor In competition
with manufacturing interests out
By Crouch, prohibiting special
By Davis, declaring every person
guilty of giving a bribe disqual
ified from holding office; also de
claring that no person holding a
lucrative office under the State or
United States shall be eligible to
election to tbe Legislature, aud that
one person shall not hold two lu
By Deau, remodeling the Judi
ciary; abolishing Couuty Courts,
ami appointing District Courts,
with full jurisdiction in each couu
San Diego, Oct. 10.—A special
to tbe Union from Tucson, Arizona,
says that last evening Alhoger,
who some months ago murdered M,
A. Sweeney in San Petlro, has just
been brought hack here by the offi
cers, who obtained him in Sotiora
on a requisition from Arizona.
The Adams aud Fiuley murderers
lrave not been surrendered.
Many hold that no Legislature
can lawfully meet until Congres
sional authority Is received.
t'.fitciu.ive HelurtiN In Imillhum
Indianapolis, Oct. 10.—Re
turns received to 11 o'clock last
night show the following result In
Congressional districts: First Dis
trict—Wm. Heiman, (Rep.) elected
by 800 to 900 majority; Second Dis
trict—T. R. Coub, (Dem.) by 5,000
majority; Third District—Geo. A.
Bickneli, (Dem.) 4,500 majority;
Fourth District—l n Ni.aicnem.)
400 to 500 mi lot-
Thomas Brt ma
jority; Bi> R.
Myers, (De rity;
Seventh Di -La
Matryef (De rity;
. Eighth Dist il'.er,
I Hem ) 800 Dls
■ J, I —Conte ove
! >S (R« id by
r » " m * niaj ~.,„-
-s ceded l, t ) Vnth
' Eleventh "JJJ
gill, (Rep ) "w
t «. Calerlc 7 n
!by 1.601 *«N
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNENG, OCTOBER 11. 1878
cratH, 25 Republicans and one Na
tional. Iv the House the Republi
cans will probably have 45, Demo
crat; 51 and Nationals 4.
Lnlest from tbe OHIO Kleeilaua.
Chicago, Oct. 10.—The Tribune's
Cincinnati special says tbe only
Congressional district now in doubt
Is the 13th. The Democrats have
elected 10 certain aud Republicans
9. If the Republicans carry the
13th District tlie delegation will be
Chicago, Oct. 10.—Following*
are the latest returns from lowa
elections: One hundred and ten
towns and 14 counties give Hull
(Rep.) for Secretary of State 11,911
majority; 18 towns and 4 counties
Id tbe Seventh District give Cum
mings (Rep..) for Congress 484 ma
jority; 9 towns and 5 counties iv
the Eighth District give Sapp
(Rep.) for Cougreas 3,367 majority;
39 towns aud 8 counties in the
Ninth District give Carpenter
(Rep.) for Congress 4,403 majority.
lien. Pillow Dei.tl,
Helena, Ark., Oct. 10.—Geu.
Gideon J. Pillow, of Mexican War
notoriety, and Brigadier-General
in tlie Confederate service, died
this morning of congestion at his
place at the mouth of the St. Fran
I lie A usi. I it.■ t?Hiti|iMleru.
London, Oct. 10.—A correspond
ent at Simla telegraphs that he is
informed on what he believes good
authority that General Ross's col
umn has passed Alim jsjid, and is
atlvanclng on Dakka, which will
he captured Thursday at any cost.
Tlie t*ort«,'« l-.01e.1.
London, Oct. 10.—Tho Porte's
circular, recently delivered to the
Powers, reserves the Sultan's sov
ereign rights over Bosnia aud Her
zegovina, ami concludes with a
solemn warning against the occu
pation of Novi Bazar, This is cer
tain to lead to terrible disaster.
The circular also appeals to the
Powers to support, In a friendly
manner, the Porte's representations
against Austrian cruelties.
Eddystuue Ml 1.1 la utile t'riibablj
London, October 10 —The Eddy-1
atone Lighthouse la apparently uu-
Ir.jured, hut the heavy sea pre
NlmulNli Officer Mnulrreil.
Madrid, Oct. 10.—A Bpanish
official has been murdered near
Letaun, Morocco, and Spain de
Belgrade, Oct. 10.—Advices
from Albania are to I lie effect that,
in consequence of the relations ex
isting between Austria aud Turkey,
the Turkish troops and the Alban
ian legion are preparing for au im
mediate forward movement in the
direction of Bosnia.
Merchants' Money Exchange
No. 1. Fourth street, San Francisco, has
removed to Los Angeles, California, on
account of 111 health, to
Main St., Downey Block,
Next to Wollweber's Drug Store, oppo
site Commercial street.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Or Borrow Money
ON THEM, YOU WILL DO WELL TO
CALL ON R. B. DeBARE,
N. B. — A larg • lot of unredeemed
pledges Of tbe above goods will be sold
cheap for cash. &20tr
Can be found In
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
The Havana Saloon,
[Formerly Grand Central,)
No. K> Main Street,
KEEPS THE VERY BEST IN
Liquors and Cigars.
•JTLUNCII FltOM 11 A. M. TO I P. M.
J. CAPPE, Proprietor.
fT AHOLD rMTID watch ma
si. In ihe known mar 1.1. Suiph, ffSlh TWtm
•Dl-Jui iiHU. Miinm.A. CmnaiOn., Ctaw
Dry Goods and Fancy Goods.
DILLON & KENEALY
Beg to inform their patrons anil the publlo that they are now receiving
the LARGEST and CHOICEST stock of DRY GOODS and FANCY
GOODS ever imported to Log Angeles. Our buyers Tn New York ami
Europe have purchased the LATEST aod MOST STYLISH goods
manufactured at unprecedentedly low prices. We are therefore ena
bled to olter goods in the following departments at
Extraordinarily Reduced Prices:
Black and Colored Silks, in all the new shades, Shawls,
Dress Goods in every Style and Variety,
Hosiery, Embroideries, Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishing Goods, Reduced!
Flannels, Blankets, Quilts, Towels, Napkins, Waterproofs,
Cassimeres, All Reduced!
Prints, Muslins and Sheetings, Bleached and Unbleached,
Reduced Below Manufacturers' Cost!
A Special Line of Best Brands Ginghams and Yard-wide
A MAGNIFICEN V STOCK OF
Ladies' Fall and Winter Cloaks.
DILLON & KENEALY,
Having purchased the picture and entire picture-framing business of the late
Arm of Upham A Rao, and added the same to our own extensive stock, we are now
prepared to make FRAMES che .per than ever. We keep constantly on hand a
large and varied stock of MOULDINGS ot every style and finish, and guarantee
our work to be of tbe very best description. Also, a fine assortment of ENOKAV
-INOS, PHOTOGRAPHS, etc. Bring In your PICTURES aud have them Iramcd
or a small sum. FRAMES of all styles constantly on hand, together with our
arge and varied stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
SHTBAIJY CARRIAUES AT LOW PRICES. f»
Just received, MME. DEMOREBT'S FALL PATTERNS. All the latest New
York and Paris styles. Catalogues mailed free to any address.
aeg-Don't forget the place, at the
DOLLAR STORE, No. 25 Spring Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
s2ltf |" .J. CILLMORE. Proprietor.
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
. This Dryer, patented August 7th, 1877,
avoids many objections found In other
dryers. It Is rapid In Its work, very eco
nomical, dries different articles at the
same time, will not damage fruit by
overheating and ladles unassisted can
manage it. Has always given
FROM 876 TO 8600.
For circular* or Information, address
GEO. H. PECK, Again,
tits Xl Monte, Cal.
raopaiaroa or thi
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
can now Bit FODrtn at
NO. S SPRING ST.,
At the Key West Cigar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO Into cigars o I approved
brands. He also deala In all lines ol
Smokers' Artlclee. Olve him a call.
TO RENT OR FOR SALE.
Los Angeles Distillery
IN GOOD OBDKR AND READY FOR
Tbe above property WILL BK RENTED
on Reasonable Terms, or
WILL J» X BOLD
For ONE-QUARTER Ita ACTUAL COST.
For terms apply to
ROWAN * WILLIAMS.
oi-im TI DOWN ICY BLOCK.
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co.,
[Successors to Lillleneld, Webb 4 C 0.,1
316 ami 318 Washington Street,
Solicit consignments of all kinds of
country produce. Make prompt returns.
Advance liberally on approved ship
Now heing erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTU AL SOCIETi, on Tempi** street,
Los Angeles City, 1400 feet from the junction of Hpriug and Main street*, which U
considered the center of business.
I t The Pavilion 10l has a frontage of 2\)o feel uu Temple street and extends back to ftar .treet, a depth ol 311} foet. The above
cut lepresents tbe Temple street, Iront. Tbe Hand nireet front Is reached by easy grati , with no stair*. The Pavllon oonstNta
of a main hall, two stories high, with a frontageo! 70 feet, by a depth of 133 feet, with an annex Sl*.\tio feet tn the rear, to be
devoted to the purposes of a stage, aad annexes on each side 60x50 feet, two s orlea in height, oue lo bo devoted to the pur
pose* of aMaclilaery Hall and tho other to an ArtUaliery. In the angles, In iront ol these annexes, oue-story apartments
will be constructed4ox32 feet. each, which will be 112x78 feet, and, with the extensive galleries, will havo ,a seating; «a jatilty ot
4 000. The Pavilion complete presents h frottta&e ol 170 ieet by a depth of 101. The main central hall is now beiug built, and
M« wings will be added as soon a* the finances <>t the Moelety will permit. Tho Directors Intend to build only so tar v* they
cr i pay, and are firmly resolved to Incur tio vi lablodnesa,
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
WILL HE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION,
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878.
All Premium" will bp paid In coin except when otherwise spec fled. Liberal Premiums are being offered in the following
depurtuien si Flist-AglloultU'al Inipltme ts, Vehicles, etc. Hi eon d—Texille Fabrics and materials irom whle.h they am
made. Third —Miobauical Prtduots, Musical Insirumenls, etc. Fourth—Agricultural Products, Flowers, etc. Filth-Fruits,
bruit Trees. Halslns, Wines and brandies. .-.lxtl' —Fine Arts.
Lot: \ l, DEPAKTMENTS.-ln order <o give each locality exhibiting proiluets at tho Fair ample credit for their productions,
each town, neighborhood tirschool nistrtct applying for space will be allowed a department ol lis own, which will be properly
designated, and will be na laige an Is consistent with the capacity ol the Hall and the applications for space.
I his Is the Inrgeat Hall siuth of Sun Francisco lv llus Statu, and the prospecia are good I hat the approaching Fair will ba
the largest ever held lv Southern rulifuruia. The Central Faeltlc Ra.lrond Company will transport acwßrtloles exhibited, at
■he ruirover their respectlva ioutc.% FKKK t>F ('H WttiE. Freight being paid on tlinm to Ihe Fair will be rstornflj up nl»
shipment by the same owner and exhibition t f cer'itlcate of Secretary that ihe mime has been exhibited. Wei s, FfcTsu *
Co.'a Express Co. will cariy frae 01 charge all articles sent to the Fair for ex -inltloii not exceeding ten pounds In weight. Ar
rangements are bemg made Willi Iho steamship company to o irry f retain and nasst ngers lit I lie usual reductions, particulars
of which will he published as anon as detluile arrangements are compleled.
EXCUKt-luN 1 RAINS ue being organized on nil ilie roads centeilng al I.os Angeles. These trains will carry vn'ssengers lo
and from Los Angeles at less 'ban hair Ihe regular rales, aud ample time will be given ex slunii ts to visit ilie Fair i-n\l ex
amine the .-itv and county The excursion train from ihe nortb will s'art from San Francisco. Particulars In regard,lo Ilia
running of th. si- trains will be made pnbl leal an early day.
The Nociety will have In lie Pavilion this year more space than any Fair ever belore held In Southern California, nnd yet Ihe
applications for space are eomaob greater than ever before that those desiring to exhibit should lose no tim» in inaulngsp
pllcatlins forspnee lo the Muperlniemlcnt. Town-nnd neighborhoods should lalte slops at unto to secure a crelltulli repre
sentation of iheir respective localities, co charge is made for spaces or entries. Each exhibitor must hold, however, a Sea
sou Ticket, which will oust three dollins. Pi em in in List nnd Itules and Regulation!* sent free on application to tho secrelary.
Tbe Pavilion will be completed in ti tue lor holding ol Fair at the day advertised.
L. M. HOLT, Hecretaiy. J. PeBARTH KHORB, President,
etild M. 11. KIMBALL, Superintendent
DRY 600DS BUSINESS.
875,000 WORTH OF GOODS '
TO BE SOLD AT
Less Tlian Cost,
To Retire from Business.
Prices no object. Come and examine my stock, and
satisfy yourself. NO HUMBUG. Great reduction in
prices at wholesale.
E. LAVE NTH AL,
HELLMAN BLOCK, cor.Los Angeles & Commercial Sts.
Phoenix of Hartford
Home of New York
Gentlemen—Some person or persons liavii g hy FRAUDULENT
means obtained a copy of the Los Angeles business of the Phoenix ami
Home Insurance Companies, I woulii call the attention of tbe patrons
of these companies to the fact Mint I am the only authorized agent here
of these companies, Mr. C. B. JOHNSON, tbe former agent, baying, for
VALUABLE considerations, resigned in my favor with all his good
will and Intereet In the business; and I would respectfully asl; it as a
favor from tbe patrons of tbe companies if,upon expiration of their poli
icies, their business is soliulted by persons who could have no other
knowledge thereof than above staled, to t rent them with the contempt
such behavior, which is unworthy of gentlemen and below all honest
competition, deserves. The Phoenix and Home Insurance Companies
have cash assets amounting to nearly $9,600 000, autl their joint policy
Is the strongest issued by any American company. Respectfully yours,
B. F. DRAKENFELD, Agent,
No. 4 Spring Street, Temple Block.
South California Pork Market,
No. 17 MAIN STREET,
Will furnish customers with none but
tlrat-class Meats, (Sausages, Head-Ohoe***.
Patt-e rtfall kinds. Ham Kacnii, Poultry
KK.JB, Cheese and Butter. Hnnp oper
from sA.M.to%\ P. M. Meats delivered
to all parts of ihe city free. s'24
Montana Meat Market.
FRCKL1 NUKK & FRANK,
Tbe best nnd tenderest MeatsMiJ™
lv the maxfcet. None out the ■■(■i
Primost Boof and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Mon
tana Meat Market. Main s;r>-.:. near
lint. Los Armeies
THE OLDEST AUCTIONEER N< W
in business iv fcoittlieru C^liluruln.
Corner orerßlNd and MARKET street!.
W. H. NORTHC RAFT
Has been engaged in the business of
~neerin£ nnd other branches of
rudo lor 25 years, and feels warrant* d la
laying that he can give satisfaction In
my business entt u-lt-d to his care.
B9~CAHH paid for Household and
vilchon Furniluie. Horses, Watpms aud
Juggles and alt of value.
HEAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY.
Will KENT HOUSES, and furnlsk
nuisehold und farm help.
gcer* Advances made on consignment*.
Commissions on money loaned, one per
:ent, sl9-1 in
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
< i L»s Augeles City und County.
K.rst State, County ami City License
taken out Oct. Ist, i v.», nnd kept up
uninterrupted to the present dale.
lE. "W\ ITOYE3,
With ,T. 0. De Turk. No. 1 MARKET Pt..
two door* above Wells, Fargo &
Regular Sale Days for horses, car
riages, lurnliure. etc., \\ Yd nosduy* and
Saturdays from 10 ok a. M. to 4
u'cloek p. m. Cash advftue»H riinde o>
consignments. Cash pni.l <>r all k
of goods, warettami luorunan Charge*
tut the ''live and let le r live* b tsl >-.
N. B.—No real estate s<'ld except by
auction. Charges ou le.tl esiuie sales
uno per cent.
IS. \V. NO YES, Auctioneer,
And Ueneral Business Manager f> >r J. Q.
Do Turk. nvSl
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITY.
H. IR. BBOWIT,
Auction and Commission Morcbaut,
Two doors east of old stand, on Court St.,
Souih of Court House.
••-Regular Sales on Saturdays, from ft
a. m. nil 1 i*. m. Special sales in-id- at
any time or placj. Cash paid i\>r aU
kinds ol goods.
Ketereuce, by permission: R. E. Hyde,
President Bank or YUalla; E K. spence,
CaMhlerCommerclal Bank, I. A.
siatf H. R. BROWN, Auctioneer.
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased tho stock and fix
tures of the well known Jewutry alore **t
Mr. T. W. Sirtckpole, adding thwrrio v
large nnd entirely netr uikitortniant of
uooils, wo pro are prepared to show tee
citizen* of Los Angeles and vinln.tynno
of ihe finest and best selected *toek« to
he found lv the State, which will be void
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be in receipt of all
the latest novelties In watches, chain*,
jeweiiy,etc., to which the Htieul.ua ot
the public is especially Invited.
In spectacles we have a large and vs
rled assortment, and are the exclusive
..gents in Southern California or (he cel
emated Laseiua & Motrin perfe t#d spec
inclPH, which we claim sre the huu-tUi
Mr. staekpole will remain In our tin*
ploy, hiivlug exclusive control of the
wotk depaituisut, and, as heretofuie, ee
pecial attention will be given to toe re
pslrlng of duo watches aud Jewelry.
WeshaJl he happy te se« ail err eld
(i ..-1..; • hAI the public at large.
. DUNHMOOR BROS.
iTttf "i's spring khktl.