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LAWYERS.
' A. GRAVES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. 1 HTRKMTZ BLOCK.
Jv.ltf
JOHN C. MOHttAN,
ATTORN ICY AT 1 - A\V ,
ml7tf SANTA MONICA.
~k. h> .ward! k. h. how Aim.
« J. BRUB-EAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
VITORNEY-S AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 66,67 anil 68 Tem
pi* Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
lebi-tf
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and l
Ducommun a Block, corner Main A
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-tf
a.MAMMAS* a. H. smith
A B.CUAPMAN. H. M. SMITH
GLASSELL, chapman & smiths,
AT LAW,
OFKICK —TKMPLE BLOCK up-slulrs, t-.s
\ gcles. California, oca-tf— I
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTORNS V AT I^AW.
dFKICE—Temple BloOk, No. 72, Los
Ante el. nix-lni
"wThI H.Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
• e-Booms 2 and 3, Allen's Building,
corner of Spring und Temple sts. a 1611
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Klrkpatrick.
iifnee and Residence—No. 15FRANKLIN
SI BEET. Wto
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
I 'ItyMfoiHla anil Purjrcon
X sidi-nce, Fort Hill, | Offlce, No. 19 now-
B.if.iih Vista street, i neyßlock,upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. JD.,
t OUNTY I'HYSICIAN.
i»MiMs9A 11, I <AN FRANCO BLOCK,
k Itesidence Downey Avenue. East
£tf* Angeles, near t|to end of street rail
■mjot] hours from lo to 12 a. ii.; from 1 to
i a. ap*Al tt
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his offlce lo No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over Dolter £ Bradley's Furul
-1 tire store,
OlBoe Hours—Kroro 10 to 12, 4 too and 8
lo 9, Residence—Buena Vista street.
myltf
Dr. Chin Quong Zln,
CHINESE DOCTOR.
OFFICE—Comer Los Angeles and Ar
cadia streets.
*&-Cures all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to 12 a. at. und from
2 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. M. apuuif
A. Übonge, Chiropodist,
PA*o<-. i:tt* Mniu Street
Having'received a diploma from Prol.
Wllma and Dr. Auerbach. of the Herlln,
Prusgla,.Hoapltal, I can conljdently offer
my services to the citizens of Los Ange
les for the removal of corns, bunions,
cblldblalns and In g<owing nulls by the
most approved solentlfio methods. No
knl yes used. Cupping and leeching also
performed.
CHARGES REASONABLE.
Patients visited at their houses with
out extra oharge. , sal-lm
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Y. CHEVALIER'S
D3E2/TTQ- STORE
Has been removed from SIQNORET'S
BLOCK to
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIUN
PATENT MEDICINES.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aar-Prescriptions prepared with great
care. dstf
mt FASHION m#
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON * YOUNG.
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
baud lor tlio aceonimoilatlou of tbe pub
lic. Hones Boarded by tbe day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the shortest notice and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
California,
lajltf WILSON A YOUNG, Prop's.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
■ t riisaeugcra Qwlatfll auuih.
Mojave, Oct. 11.—Miss Ham
mond, W W Allen, H M Newhall,
! « H Tungate, H M Mitchell, Miss
j Austin, H Thrift, Jno Blake, M
1 1 Garaty, Ju'lge Wm T Wallace and
i wife, Lieut-GovJA Johnson and
ijwlte, Att'y-Geu Hamilton, Hon
1 1 Paul Shirley and wife.Hon C Cole,
j Col Chas A Humner, D B Woolf,
■ Mrs Herman Levy aud daughter,
' Hon J V Coffey, ThosF O'Connor,
A Haraszlhy, Henry Finkler.
Nnu riHuei.cn Items.
San Francisco, Oct. 11.—it is
feared that the embalming process
| of (be remains of the late D. D.
Colton will not prove successful,
and the result will not be known
j until to-morrow. Should itbesuc-
I eessful, the funeral will be pnst
' pnned until after the arrival of
Mrs. Colton, who Is expected Mon
day next.
! The Grand Lodge F. anil A. M.
i were addressed yesterday by Rev.
1 1 iios. (in mi, Grand Chapluin. Au
amount of routine business was
I ranvacteil. The election of grand
officers (tikes place to-day.
i Yon Schmidt's ease for killing
. the hoodlum Merkle was before the
I Police Court to-day. To-morrow
I lie witnesses will be examined.
'I lie I .... t. in i,,n
Sacramento, Oct. 11.—The Con
vent lon met at ten o'clock. The
roll was called for delegates to sub
mit propositions, with the follow
ing result:
By Ayers, that the right of emi
nent domain shall exist to all
frontage on navigable waters; also
that homesteads not exceeding
51.500 In vnlne be not subject to
forced sale for non-payment of
taxes.
By Beersteuher, no abridgment
of the right or Ihe people to assem
ble, except for Improper purposes;
also providing that, in mortgage
sales of I amis, there shall be no
right of entry until one year after
sale.
By Bell, malfeasance in public
olllce shall be a felony.
By Edgerton, Heyrienfeldl'a sys
turn of judiciary.
Wyatt, of Monterey, offered a res
olution that, the Surveyor-General
present to the Convention the full
particulars concerning all grants to
the State by the Federal Uovern
ment. Adopted.
Winans offered a resolution that
the Constitution shall be offered in
the following order: First—Pre
amble. Second—The twelve articles
ofthe present Constitution. Third
—Any additional articles to be in
serted the instrument. Fourth-
Schedule. Winans spoke at length
of the necessity of maintaining reg
ular ortler ami consistent proceed
ings, otherwise all would be en
tanglement and confusion. Laid
on tbe table.
Reynolds submitted a resolution
<hat no member of the Convention
shall receive per tliem for any
week day on which ho has not act
ually attended the Convention ex
cept in (he case of sickness or ab
sence on committee duty. The
Chair then ruled the resolution as
contrary to tho Act under which
Ihe Convention wus assembled.
Reynolds, Barnes and Stedmau ap
pealed from the decision of
the Chair, when Eagan drew atten
tion to the fact that a similar reso
tion had been indefinitely post
poned. This, the Chair luled, set
tled the whole business as out of
order. Ultimately the sense
ofthe ConveutioA was taken by a
viva voce vote on considering Rey
nolds's motion, when the Chair de
clared that the noes hnd it and the
subject wus then droppetl.
A motion by Edgerton, to ad
journ until Monday at two p. M.,
was defeated by 62 noes to 58 ayes.
Recess.
111,111. Emu 111 Sleet Mrs « i.llou.
San Francisco, Oct. 11th.—A
special train started eastward this
morning carrying Mr. Crittenden
Thornton, Gen. Colton's son-'n
law, Mr. C. A. Green, his Private
Secretary, and several sympathiz
ing 4ady friends of Mrs. Colton's, to
meet that lady and her daughter at
Ogdon, or beyond, and escort her
to this qity. No arrangements have
yet been made for the General's
funeral. It will be deferred until
Mrs. Colton's arrival.
t'ailicr Mntlllt«w Celebration —
f<r.'|.ara>(ti»iin fur Kecelvlutf
U' llit.iiivn».Uov.H
San Francisco, Oct. 1 lilt.—The
birthday of Father Matthew was
celebrated last night by a literary
and musical entertainment at St
Joseph Hall, under the auspices of
the Catholic Total Abstinenne
Union of the Arch Diocese of Sau
Francisco.
At a meeting Inst evening of tho
committee having in charge the
testimonial to O'Donovan-Rosso in
this city, a number of collection
books were handed in showing a
total amount subscribed of $530.
An I .■■«*.ru|itliiu i.f <-lil.it.iic j ii.ilee.
San Francisco, Oct. 11.—About
10 o'clock last night six Chinese
highbinders attempted to kill two
of their countrywomen on Rosa al
ley. OfVcers were summoned, and
When they arrived they found a
close carriage containing the dam
sels and two of their captors Just in
the act of being driven away. The
party weie arrested, four of i In; kid
nappers having previously escaped.
The culprits were taken to the city
prison. Ou the person of one of the
men was found a 14-inch knife and
a self-cocking six shooter.
Tlie IndlHim K.tiima.
Indianapolis, Oct. 11th —The
Congressional delegation In tbe
Stah'will he: Democrats, 0; Re
publicans, 6; Nationals, 1. Cor
rected and official returns for tbe
Legislature give the Senate—Dem
ocrats, 25; Republicans, 24; Nation
als, I, Hou«e—Democrats, 54; Re-
publlcaus, 41; Nationals, 5. Dem
ocratic majority on jolut ballot, 6.
Relnrim from lowa.
Dcbvque, Oct. 11.—The returns
here indicate that the Republicans
have carried this State by no more
than 5,000 to 8,000, if they have car
ried it at all. Fayette couuty, for
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12. 1878.
instance, which baa alwaya been
good for 800 to 1,200 Republican
majority, now goes 500 tbe otber
way. Dubuque county gives 2,129
majority for tbe consolidated State
ticket. The State is close, when it
has usually been good for 40,000 to
60,000 Republican majority.
Burlington, la.,Oct.ll.—Chair
man Campbell, of tbe Democratic
State Central Committee, claims
that the Republican majority on
the State ticket will bo less than
5,000, with a possibility of tbe elec
tion of a Democratic Auditor and
Supreme Judge.
ROW ll.r Illicit Nlllla urn lo be
Broken up.
Washington, Oct. 11.—After a
consultation between tbe President,
Secretary of tbe Treasury and At
torney-General, It has been decided
that troops cannot now be used to
aid internal revenue officials
in Arkansas in breaking up il
licit distilleries as requested by
Collector Wheeler at Little Rock,
and the following telegram haa
been sent to that officer: It is da
cided not to invoke the aid of the
military to enforce the laws
until you have exhaust
ed all other mean?. You
are authorized lo employ as large a
force oa you think necessary tq en
able you to seize the stills and se
cure the arrest of the offenders re
ferred to in your letler of the 3d
Inst. If you cannot arm the force,
inform. me what you need aud
arms will be ordered from
here. Call upon the Marshal
to assist you with all the means at
iiis command. Organize a force
strong enough to overcome resist
ance without bloodshed if possible.
Act promptly mid vigorously, and
enforce tbe laws al all hazards. Ill
form ihia office by telegraph of
your action.
(Signed.) H. C. Rogers,
Acting Commissioner.
Tli»- H'liiuaii'M Cougrrcaa.
Providence, R. 1., Oct. 11.—In
the Womau's Congress to-day Kate
Nevlll Daggett, or Chicago, was
elected President. Among the Vice-
Presidents are Caroline M. Sever
ance, of Los Angeles, California.
Among the Directors is Ella Clarke
Sargeut, of California,
railed Heine by it. Dvaili ol sea,
Col sou.
New York, Oct. 11.—In conse
quence of the death of Gen. Colton,
Leland Stanford started for Califor
nia last night. Mrs. Colton left
Wednesday night.
Nt-w Orlrniia.
New Orleans, Oct. 11th.— The
weal her is cleur aud warm. Deaths,
49; cases reported,lo4; total deaths,
3,400, total cases, 11,206.
Hemplila.
Memphis, Term., Oct. 11.—
Weather warm. It showered this
morning and still remains threat
ening. Relief Committees, under
direction of the Howard Associa
tion, were sent out this morning on
the Louisville, Memphis and
Charleston Railroad. From noon
yesterday until noon to-day, thirty
three deaths were reported by un
dertakers. Fifteen of these died
since last night at 6 o'clock.
A Weaver.- atilke.
London, Oct. 11.-One thousand
weavers, of Glasgow, have struck
against a 7J per cent, reduction of
their wages.
A H"ld Mvclallal lv ■ !»« Keleliktnir.
Berlin, Oct. 11.—Iu the Reich
stug yesterday, duriug debate on
tbe anti-Socialist Bill, Hazelman,
a well know Socialist agitator,
made a violent though clever
speech, beginning nnd ending with
threats of violence and bloodshed
as a result of repressive legislation.
He said the people would hold
those responsible for bloodshed who
helped to frame and adopt tbe law.
Concluding, be declared that if
the pacific, endeavors of Socialism
were repressed, the day would come
when Socialists would take up
arms and light against their ty
rants. The President of the Reich
stag culled Hazelmann to order and
said the speech was an Incitement
to rebellion. Hazelmann repeated
his words and was again
(tailed to order amid loud
and indignant protests. He
went on to say, "I am not personal
ly in favor of the resolution. I pre
fer paciflo means. But, if we are
forced to light, we shall know how
to light, and I shall be proud to lay
down my life on tbe field of honor.
Let Prince Bismarck remember tlie
18lh of March, 1818.
Herreu, Lowe and Bonningsen,
Liberal leaders, denounced the
methods and purposes of Socialism
and defended legislation for its re
pression, which Benningsen de
clared even the advanced Liberals
now admitted to be necessary.
Benningsen said he had no fear
that Bismarck would allow tbe
anti-Socialist law to be employed
to Impair the liberties of the peo
ple. -
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Merchants' Money Exchange
—Ami—
LOAN OFFICE,
Nq. 1. Fourth si reel, San Francisco, bas
removed to l os Angeles, California, on
account of 111 health, to
Main St., Downey Block,
Neat 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,
DOWNEY BLOCK.
N. B. — A larg> lot of unredeemed
pledgos of tho above goods will bo sold
cheap lor cash. s2olr
FOR SALE.
By tbe Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, tho best Orange and Semi-
Troploal Fruit Land In tbe Slate. Watet
right goes wltb tbe land. Apply to the
offlce of P. Beaudrv, No. 81 New High St.
aplStl F. W. WOOD, Secretary.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Immense Importations
AND EXTRAORDINARY
IRIEIDTXCTIOIsrSI
lIN
Dry Goods and Fancy Goods.
DILLON & KENEALY
Beg to Inform their patrons and the public that they are now receiving
the LARGEST and CHOICEST stock of DRY GOODS and FANCY
GOODS ever imported to Los Angeles. Our buyers In New York and
Europe bave purchased the LATEST and MOST STYLISH goods
manufactured ut unprecedentedly low prices. We are therefore ena
bled to offer 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,
ALL REDUCED!
Hosiery, Embroideries, Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Gents
Furnishing Goods, Reduced!
Flannels, Blankets, Quilts, Towels, Napkins, Waterproofs,
Cassiraeres, All Reduced!
Prints, Muslins and Sheetings, Bleached and Unbleached,
Reduced Below Manufacturers' Cost!
A Special Line of Best Brands Ginghams and Yard-wide
WHITE PIQUES.
A. MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
Ladies' Fall and Winter Cloaks.
DILLON & KENEALY,
86 STREET.
i29-lm
ATTENTION !
Having purchased the picture and entire picture-framing business of tbe late
firm ofUpbam <k ftae. and added tbe same to our own extensive stock, weare now
prepared to make FRAMES cbe iper than ever. We keep constantly on hand a
large and varied stock of MOULDINGS ol every stylo and finish, and guarantee
our work to be of the very best description. Also, a fine assort inent of ENGRAV
INGS, PHOTOGRAPHS, etc. Bring In yoor PICTURES aud have them iraincd
oru small sum. FRAMES of all atyles oonslantlv on baud, together with our
arge and varlett stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
**-B\llV CARRIAGES AT LOW PRICES."Be
Just received, MME. DKMOREST'S FALL PATTERNS. All Iho latest New
York and Pariß atyles. Catalogues mailed free to any address.
sWDon't forget the place, at the
DOLLAR STORE, No. 25 Spring Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
mv F. J. CILLMORE. Proprietor.
HARRIS DRYERS,
FOR
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August 7th, 1877,
avoids many oblectiotis lound In other
dryers. It ls rapid Id lv 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
PERFECT SATISFACTION.
PR ICK,
FROM 878 TO S6OO.
For circulars or Information, address
OEO. H. FECK, Agent,
aU fcl Monte, Cal.
O I O- -A- I* >s* ■
HUGO KRKMKK,
PROPRIETOR Of THK
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
OAK HOW Ml FOUKD AT
NO. S SPJRIISG ST.,
At the Kay Wast Cigar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO Into olgara or approved
brands. Ho also deals In all lines ol
Smokers' Article*. Olve him a call,
null tf
TO RENT OR FOR SALE.
THE WELL-KNOWN
Los Angeles Distillery
IN GOOD OBDER AND READY FOR
OCCUPANCY.
The above property WILL BE RENTED
ou Reasonable Terms, or
■W ILL UJS 8<)I.1>
For ONE-QUARTER Its ACTUAL COST.
For terras apply to
ROWAN A WILLIAMS,
_08-2m_ 71 DOWNEY BLOCK.
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co.,
[Successors to Littlefleld, Webb A C 0.,1
CENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
816 and 318 Washington Street,
San Francisco.
Solicit consignments of all kinds of
country produce. Make prompt returns.
Advance liberally on approved ship
ments.
aarCORRBSPONDKNCE SOLICITED
Jy»»-em
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PAVILION,
Now being erected by the SOUTH URN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTUAL SOCIETY, on Temple street,
Los Augeles City, 1400 feet from the junction of Spring and Main streets, which Is
considered the center of business.
I .The Pavilion lot has a frontage of 200 feet on Temple atreet and extendi back to Sand street, a depth ol 310 feol. The above
cut represents the Temple street Iront. The .Sand street front ls reaohed by easy grade, wltb no stairs. The Pavtlon consists
of a main ball, twostories high, with ulroutageot 76 feet, by a depth of 132feet,with an annex liyxOO leet in tbe rear, to ba
devoted to tho purposes of a stage, and annexes on each side 50x50 feet, two stories In height, one to bo devoted to tbe par*
poses of it Machinery Hall and the other to an ArtGaliery. In tbe angles, In frontof these annexes, one-story apartment*
will be constructed 4Uxl)i feet each, which will be 112x70 feet, and, with the extensive galleries, will have ,a seating capacity of
4 000 The Pavilion complete presents a frontage ot 170 leet by a depth of 161. The main central hall ls now being built, and
tile wings will be added as soon as the finances of the society will permit. The Directors intend to build only so far aa tbsy
can pay, and are firmly resolved to Incur no Indebtednesa.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
OF THE
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
Win. BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION.
OURINC THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878.
All Premiums will be paid in coin except when otherwise specified. Liberal Premiums are being offered in the following
departments: Flrat—Agilcultural Implements, Vehicles, etc. Secon d -Textile Fabrics and materials from which they ate
made. Third—Mechanical Produols, Musical Instruments, etc Fourth-Agricultural Products, Mowers, etc. Fifth—FrnlU. .
bruit Trees. Raisins, Wines aud Brandies, sixth—Fine Arts. „ . ~
LOC AL I>EP ARI MENTS.-In order to give each locality exhibiting products at the Fair ample credit for their productions,
each town, neighborhood or school district apply lug for space will be allowed a department ol lis own, which will be properly
de-lirnuted and will be as latge as Is consistent wllh the capacity ot the Hull and the applications for space.
This Is the largest Hall south of San Francisco in this Stale, and the prospects are good that the approachln« Fair will ba
the lamest ever held in Southern California. The Central Pacific Ra.lroad Company will transport all articles exhibited at
the Fair over their respective routes FREE OF CHARGE. Freight being paid on them to the hair w II be returned upon re
"Tiipmeut by the same owner and exhibition of certificate of Secretary that Ilia samo lias hi-tyi exhibited. Wells, hargo*
Co's Express Co. will carry free ofcharge all articles sent to the Fair for exhibition not exceeding ten pouuds in wesght. Al- ,
raiigements are being made with Ihe steamship company to carry freight and passt tigers at the usual reductions, partlsulars
ol which will he published as soon as definite arrangements are completed.
EXCURSION TRAINS are being organized on nil liie roads centering at Los Angeles. These trains will carry passengers to
and from Los Angeles at loss than half the regular ratos, and ample time will be given excursion.! ts to visit ihe Fair and ex
amine the city and couuty. Theexcurslon train from the north will s:art from San Frauclsco. Particulars in regard ,to tba
running of these trains will be made public at an early day. '
The Society will huv6 In its Pavilion Ibis year more space than any Fair ever before held In Southern California, and yat Ibe
annlications'for spacoare so much greater than ever before that those desiring to exhibit should lose no time in making ap
plications for space to the Superintendent. Towns and neighborhoods should lake steps at once lo secure a credttabla repre
switatlnn of their respective localities. No charge Is made for spaces or entries. Each exhibitor must hold, however, a Rea
son Ticket which will cost three dollars. Prim lulu List and Utiles and Regulations sent free on application to the Secretary.
Tbe Pavilion will be completed In time for boidlngol Falrat tbe day advertised. „ . ,
L M HOLT, Secretary. DeBARTH SHORB, President.
t 6(d M. H. KIMBALL, Superintendent.
WAR, WAR,WiILII!
[N THE
DRY GOODS BUSINESS.
E. LAVENTHAL
OFFERS —-
875,000 WORTH OF GOODS '
TO BE SOLD AT
Less T la<s\,n Cost,
i To Retire from Bu.9iD.e9s.
Prices no object. Come and examine my stock, and
satisfy yourself. NO HUMBUG. Great reduction in
prices at wholesale.
1 E. LAVENTIIAL,
HELLMAN BLOCK, cor. Los Angeles k Couimercial Sts.
00-tr
—TO TH E—
Policy Holders
OF TFIE
Phoenix of Hartford
AND
Home of New York
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Gentlemen—Some person or person having by FRAUDULENT
means obtained a copy of tbe Los Angeles business of tbe Phceuix and
Home Insurance Companies, I would call tbe attention of tbe patrons
of these companies to tbe fact that I am Ihe only authorized agent here
of these companies, Mr. C. R. JOHNSON, the former agent, having, for
VALUABLE considerations, resigned in my favor with all his good
will and lDterest In the business; and I would respectfully ask it as a
favor from the patrons of the companies If,upon expiration of their poli
cies, their business is solicited by persons who could have no other
knowledge thereof than above Btated, to treat them with the contempt
such behavior, which Is unworthy of gentlemen and below all honest
competition, deserves. The Phoaulx and Home Insurance Companies
have cash assets amounting to nearly $9,900,000, and their joint policy
is the strongest issued by any American company. Respectfully yours,
B. F. DRAKENFELD, Agent,
No. 4 Spring Street, Temple Block.
06-lw
South California Pork Market,
No. 17 MAIN STREET,
Will furnish customers with none but
first-class Meats, sausages, Head-Cheese,
Pates or all kinds, Ham, Bacon, Poultry,
Kgga, Cheese anil Butter. Shop open
from SA.M.to»K P. M. Meats delivered
to all parti of i he city free. s2«
Montana Meat Market.
FIUKI.INOKK& KUANK, fflPfef
The bunt and ten .1 ere. I
Lv tbe matbet. None, but the ilaaaam
Prlmest Boof and Mutton
ever to be touod. Note the addreatt—Mon
tana Meat Market. Main street, near
llxat. Loa Aaaalea.
NO. 115
THE OLDEST AUCTIONEER NOW
tn business In southern California. .
AUCTION HOUSE,
Corner ofSPRINO and MARKET street*.
W. H. NORTHC RAFT
Has bean engaged In tho business ol
Auctioneering and other branches tU
trade for 25 years, and feet* warranti-fl la
saying that he. can give satisfaction In
uny business entrusted to his care.
WCASH paid for Household and
Kitchen Furniiuic, Horses, Wagons and
Buggies and all othei'arUcles of vain*.
REAL ESTATE A KPECIA.LTY. '
Will KENT HOUSES and furnish
household and furiti help.
*»" Advances made on consign mailt*.
Commissions on mouey loaned, huh per
cent. tsliMm
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
Of I. is All solei» City and County.
First State, County and City Means*
taken out Oct. Ist. and kept up
uninterrupted to the present date.
lE. W. JSTOYIES,
GENERAL AUCTIONEER
With J. Q. PeTurk, No. 1 MARKET ST.,
two doors «bove Wells, Fargo <k
Co.'s Office.
Regular Sale Days for horse*, car*
rUge-a", luruiiiire. etc., W» *od
Saturdays from 10 ">• o< k a. m. lo 4
o'clock p. m. Cash » iiHucfM nindo om I
consignments, tush i-:ii.i -or Ml k wit •
ofgoods.wnrcw jni.l oMMrhnmiise. (,'hars«4
on tho "live und lei h i livi-'* l> tal •.
N. B. —No real tsr.iif *old except, hy
auction. Charges on teal o.taie auJtts
one i»er cent.
K. \V. NOYE3, Auctioneer,
Anl Ocncral Business Manager for J. Q.
OeTurk. n\2l
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
AND
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITY.
IK. -R. BROWF,
Auction aud Commission Merchant,
Two doors enst of old stand, on Court St., i
South of Court House.
awitei'ulnr Sales on Saturdays, from »
a. m. till 4 i*. h. special sal.s mads at '
any time or place. Cash paid for all
kinds ol goods.
Reference, hy permission: R. E. Hyd«,
President Bank of Vlsallu; E. K. tjpenoa,
Cashier Commercial Bank, 1.. A.
slUtr H. R. BROWN, Auctioneer.
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased the stock and ix
tures of lhe well known Jewelry store of
Mr. T. W. Htsckpoie, adding thereto a
large and entirely new assortment Ot
goods, wo ere are prepared to show the
citizens of I.os Angeles and vicinity on* i
of tho finest nnd best selected stoats to -
be fnmwl In the Stale, which will b* sold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly ha In receipt of all
tho latest novelties In watoh.s, chain*,
Jewelry, etc., lo which Ihe attention M
the public is especially Invited.
In spectacles we have a large and »a*
ried assortment, aud are the exelualTU
agents In Southern California of t he o*l
-eorated I.nzerus .V Morris perfected spoc
tncles, which we claim are th. Hue-tin
the world.
Mr. Staekpole will remain In stir esn
ploy, having exclusive control of lajwJ
woik department, and, as *• Tit full. «KS
pedal addition win b. given to the aapSi
pairing of nne watches and Jewelry. TfU
We shall be happy lo see all our old I
friends a as) the public at large. 1
DtIN*MOOk ■mm. I I
JyDlf :t'i spring .treat. I

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