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All Hindu ot jobuWwrk done to
compete witb Nae Frunclsfio In
Price, Stylo, nud KtogAuce oi Works
I'nesettaere 4*wlitir (Soiiiii.
Mojave, Nov. B.—F Gilder
sleeve, Wdi J McAlplDe, W B Rid
euour, H H Hauler, A It Chaflen,
Mlaa Havemeyer, J C Kays, A M
Wamble, Mra W M Leod, A S
Bobbins, J M Mailer.
I>»*lnr<lly Msrsof nnd Itebbtiry IB
San Francisco, Nov. B.—About
| 7 o'clock this morning: Richard
Barry, residing on the corner of
I Parker Avenue and Fultou street,
> uear Iho Masonic Cemetery, left
home for the Golden Gato Park,
' where he is employed as a gard
ener, leaving bis wife Ann and son,
about 12 years of age, at home. The
i boy left for school about 8 o'clock.
I Soon afterward, William Dargil,
at work not far distant In tlin Cem
etery, heard screams proceeding
from Barry's house, and, directly
after, saw the door, which was
standing open, closed by some one
from Ihe iuside. Supposing Mrs.
Barry was punishing her boy, ol
whose departure lie was not
aware, lie paid uo atten
tion to tho mutter. About
10 o'clock, a friend of Barry, named
. MeCue, callod at the house, and his
knock meeting with no response,
he eutered. He was horrified to
find, lying on the kitchen floor in a
pool of blood, the body of Mrs.
Barry, her head aud face literally
chopped to pieces, und a hutcbet
with which the deed was done
lying beside her. Tho room bore
evidences of a deadly struggle, and
was smeared with blood. It was
evident that robbery had incited
the murder as a trunk in the room
back of the kitchen had been
broken opeu and the contents
strewed around, and a few dollars
in money which had been deposited
there taken away. A suit of
1 clothes belonging to Mr. Barry had
i also beeu carried oft. An alarm
was given after some considerable
delay at the house, and in the af
( ternoou au officer and Deputy Cor
oner proceeded to the scene of
murder. In examining tiie prem
ises and vicinity, they discovered
tracks leading from the house iv
the yielding sand and traced them
about three quarters of a mile,
where, in a growth of scrub oaks,
they came upon a camp In a small,
clear space, with cooking utensils,
9 etc., scattered about. Near by, ly
ing iv the brush, they found a
tramp, who, ou being discovered,
said, "What do you want? 1
haven't done nothing," "Who
said you had ?" replied the officer,
who then questioned the man. He
gave his name as Albert Reh:-er,
and said he worked lv town and
i came out there to sleep, Ou his
person was found a large sheath
knife, but nothing to connect him
with ths murder. He was locked
up, pending a further examination
of the affair. Mrs. Barry was a
native of Ireland, aged 45.
DlsaaltsUrd Manliaimu Mocli-
San Francisco, Nov. B.—The
dissatisfied Manhattan stockhold
ers met last night and appointed H.
W. Relse, C. X. Hobbs and A. H.
f Bailey a committee to investigate
the affairs of the company and re
port at a meeting to be held Tues
day evening next. Charges were
preferred at the meeting against
the management to the effect that
they charged $30 for reducing ore
which actually cost but $15; that
' ey returned hut 80 per cent,
as assay yield, whereas the actual
assay is 90 to 92. Paxton and Cur
tis were mentioned as the chief
manipulators. They were charged
with depositing bullion of the mine
t in their bank, averaging to them
selves, as managers, commissions
of one-half per cent, per month,
holding ou to the money and thus
running up large interest accounts.
September interest were stated at
Tbe accounts agaiiißt the mine for
Bnu Francisco Harktli,
San Francisco, Nov. B.—Wheat
dull aud easy; choice snipping,
$1.75; good do, $1.70®1.72}.; Barley
-steadier; coast, 80@95c; bay, $1@
1.02*; brewing, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats—
Uu'l; salescoast, $email@example.com. Corn
- mall yellow, $1.17 J. Rye—
choice bay, $1.25. Potatoes and
hay—dull and unchanged.
Sacramento, Nov. B.—The Con
vention met at 10 o'clock.
V. T' i, providing that the
.uy department of the
nment shall be permit
>ar ln person before
h branches of the Log
xplain any subject re
is department that is
ae, of San Francisco,
evise by persons hav
ilra of more than one
r property to any other
.ration or association,
i, of Santa Clara, re
' and towns from In
oent farming lands for
ir, prohibiting State,
' Municipal officers from
■ for their own use.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
By Hogan, au article iv regard
to cities and towns.
The Convention went into Com
mittee of the Whole on Preamble
and Hlil of Bights.
Howard, of Los Angeles, offered
the following as au addition to the
section ou freedom of speech and
liberty of the press: A judge may
state the law, but tbe jury shall
not be bound by the instructions of
th eCourt.aud the Legislature shall
provide for an appeal (o tho Su
preme Court on questions of law
from convictions on prosecutions
The amendment was voted
I. Campbell then offered another
amendment in a clause that Indict
ments or criminal informations for
publications in newspapers shall
be tried in tho county where such
newspapers have their publication
Wilson, of San Francisco, rose to
a question of order, that the sume
question had been submitted to the
Convention and voted down.
The Chair decided the amend
ment In order, on the ground that
the character of the resolution had
been materially changed since the
former amendment was voted
An appeal was taken from the
decision of the Chair, but the Con
vention sustained tbe presiding
Shafter injoved to add an
amendment giving the injured
party the rig lit to trial in tho coun
ty where the newspaper is pub
Campbell accepted the amend
ment of Shatter, anil the proposi
tion as amended wus adopted by
The next sectiou considered wns
that relating to the right of a party
accused of crime to a speedy trial. ,
Van Dyke offered an amend- ,
ment, adding that parties accused
shall be confronted by witnesses
and have the right of compulsory
process to compel the attendance of
witnesses, as engrafted in tho Fed- 1
eral Constitution. The amendment
was negatived. '
Herrlngton offered a substitute
containing au addition, that parties
accused shall have the right of
compulsory process for attendance '
of their witnesses. Adopted 1 ,
Campbell submitted a proposi
tion lo amend the substitute hy :
giving the Legislature power to
authorize taking depositions of
witnesses who might not be pres
ent at tho trial. Adopted and
clause as amended agreed to.
The next section, relating to the
exercise nf the right of eminent ,
domain, was under consideration
when flic Convent lon took a recess.
Yankton, Nov. B.—Bennett, Re
publican candidate for Congress, is
900 ahead, and estimates on the re
maining count let givo him 1200
majority iv the Territory. The
Black Hills counties give 600 Dem
ocratic majority. The Legislature
will be about live thirds Republi
WAsniNO'roN, D. C , Nov. B.—
J. J. Young, Collector of Internal
Kevenue at Raleigh, N. C, tele
graphs Secretary Sherman and
Commissioner Rutin as follows:
Wo gain ono member. Russell,
Rep., beats Waddell, Oem., in the
Third District, and O'Hara, Rep.,
is eltcted in Ihe Second.
New York, Nov. B.—A large
atid enthusiastic meeting ot the
Tammany Hall Gmieral Commit
tee was held last night, all the
leaders being present. Henry
Clinton presided, and resolutions
were passed expressing unshaken
and unimpaired confidence in John
Kelly and denyintr tliat he exer
cised any one-man power. They
expressed a determination to fol
low his standard in the future as
in the past. Fernando Wood ad
dressed the meeting. He predicted
that the people of New York would
soon regret having elected the com
bination ticket. He favored
placing a black mark on the
names of men who had hetrayef*
tbe Democratic party to tho Repub
licans. [Applause.] The next
speaker was 8. S. Cox, who said it
was the liveliest kind of a wake he
ever attended anil Tammany Hall
was certainly tho most lively
corpse. The Senate and the House
would both be Democratic. John
Kelly made a speech also, in which
he reviewed bis own career and
the results of the late eleotion. Ho
predicted a sweeping victory for
Tammany at the next election.
Philadelphia, Nov. B.—The
latest reports from the Eleventh
Congressional District Indicate the
election of Robert Klotz (Dem.),
over General Albright (Rep.), by a
small majority. This will make
the Pennsylvania delegation In
Congress stand sixteen Republi
cans and two Greenback-Republi
cans, and eight Democrats and one
Greenback-Oernocrat, Very little
is known of tbe complexion of the
next Legislature, but the lowest
estimates place the Republican
majority on joint ballot at 36.
Mentcneeil t„ lie Hanged.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. B.—
John A. Cbey, who murdered Geo.
Legitt last Spring, was, last night,
sentenced to be hanged. The jury
was out about six hours.
i-mf. Rnellfl Oend.
Providence, R. 1., Nov. B.—
Prof. H. W. Bache, of the TJ. S.
Coast Survey, died in Bristol last
A Reward of £33,000 OlTered.
New York, Nov. B.—Mra. A. T.
Stewart has offered a reward of
$25,000 for the recovery of the body
of her late husband, stolen from
tho family vault In St. Mark's
Church graveyard, and lhe convic
tion of the thieves.
Tba Moil OarloK Uurillar) Yel,
New York, Nov. B.—Johnson's
jewelry store on Eighth Avenue
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9. 1878
waa robbed last evening of $2,000
, worth of clocks and watches in the
presence of a large number of pass
ers-by. Shortly after C o'clock two
men entered the store. One closed
the door aud the other, with a re
volver, kept in their places
Mr. Johnson, the proprie
tor, his clerk, and v
customer. Two y others then
smashed tho large plate windows
and packed iv two bags the stock
exposed. While they were thus
occupied two others, armed with
pistols, ordered the passers-by to
move on. The property hav
ing been packed, the thieves,
still protected hy their companions,
moved quickly to a butcher's cart
in waiting at the corner and drove
rapidly away. The two who had
kept possession of the store, re
ceiving a pre-coucocted signal,
turned on the throng ami li red their
pistols in the air. A stampede of
people followed and the thieves all
Uxvemot liHinittoii Breaks Ills
Coltjmbia, 8. C, Nov. B.—While
Governor Hampton was hunting
yesterday his mule became fright
ened, and, the bridle breaking, the
Governor leaped from the saddle.
By the full the Governor's right
leg was broken in two places, toe
bones protruding, and his ankle
was badly hurt.
Ihe Hloody Biilgnrinu* I, >o*e
Constantinople, Noy. B.—A
body of Bulgarians burned fourteen
villages in the district of Demot
I't.aaaaiinc Tiironn Our
Versailles, Nov. S—After a
lung ami animated debate and
many calls to order, the Chamber
of Deputies to-day declared tho
election of M. Paul Do Cassagnao
Hlilp rlleslilro Liul.
London, Nov. S.— The ship Fife- ,
shire was lost ou her passage from
Madras to Liverpool and 22 of her
crew were drowned.
Ahuiit $mm t*|i»!ierleN.
London, Nov. B.—Of the fishery
question the Daily News says: We
await with interest the publication
of Lord Salisbury's despatch
and the statement drawn up
by Hie Canadian Government, but
there is nu use tryiug to disguise
the fact that Secretary Evart'scjse
as he puts it, lias some force in it.
A right has been bought and, in
tbe natural course of things, will
be paid (or by the United States.
Tbe question is one of legal obliga
tion, and it cannot be too calmly
discussed on both sides.
A London Failure.
London, Nov. B.—Koller & Co.,
commission merchants on Finch
liloh street, have failed; liabilities
London, Nov. B.—Telegrams
from northern and eastern Europe
announco heavy snowfalls. Tho
Appenines and Black Forest are
covered, and the Swiss passes are
blocked with snow. In France tho
rivers are very high. The Seine
threatens an inundation.
Mubserl|>lloua lor tiie- hlmreliolders.
here for the relief of shareholders
of the City of Glasgow Bank liuve
Coniit AMilrasey'M lliKlget.
Pesth, Nov. B.—Count Andrassy
presented bis budget to the delega
tions yesterday. The expenditure
for 1879 is estimated at 94,551,715
florins, being three millions less
than the preceding Budget.
Tne I sarin Precarious ■ leiillli.
St. Petersburg, Nov, B.—Tho
health of Ihe Czar is becoming
more and more unsatisfactory, aud
causes great anxiety. Count
Shouvalofl'has left Lavida for Lon
don, the state of the Emperor's
health not permitting a decision
upon pending political issues.
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August 7th, 1877,
avoids many obiections found in other
dryer l ". It is rapid In its work, very eco
nomical, dries different articles at the
same time, will not damage fruit by
overheating and ladies unassisted can
manage it. Has always given
f It I <: n:,
FROM 575 TO 8600.
For circulars or information, address
GEO, H. PECK, Agent,
a2U M Monte, Cal.
Notice of Removal.
XX. O IL L 8
Una removed nla Fiolght and Transfer
Office from 110 Main street lo
JNO. c MARKET H r A\
NEW YORK RHEWERY
(UueeeuHor to Chris. Henne) Proprietor.
Tne OT.ltATtKrjr, PUREST and MOttT
BRILLIANT I LAOER BEEU Soutb of
Orders for DRAUGHT or rOTTLKD
tt promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Browery
dene* competition ln tbe State. nirt-tf
South California Pork Market,
No. 16 MAIN STREET,
Will furnish customers with none but
first-class Meats, Sausages, Head-Cheese,
Pates of all kinds, Ham, Bacon, Poultry,
Eggs, Cheese and Butter. Shop open
from 6A.m. to sy, p. m. Meats delivered
to all parts of the olty free. »24
A. BRUNfION. G. WILEY WFMA
Kruuson & Wells,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
We have connections established at
Washington with Hon, Matt. Carpenter,
by whlcn we are enabled to give special
attention to cases iv the Supreme Court
of the United States aud all matters be
fore tho bcpartmGnts at Washington. 024
J. A. GRAVES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. 1 STRELITZ BLOCK.
JOHN C. MORGAN,
ATTOrtNICY AT L. A.W,
ml., SANTA MONICA.
V. E. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 68,67 nnd tt» Tem
ple Block, third floor, Los Angeles,
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and i
Duo mini tin s Block, corner Main A
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-U
A. OItASSKLL, 0. H. SMITH
A. B. CIIAPMAN, U. M. SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
OFFICE --TEMPLE HLOCK up stairs, I.os
Aneelos, California. oc2-tf—2
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTOR NX V A.T LAW.
OFFICE—Temple Blwk, No. 72, Los
J.G. Smith, 1: D.,
Late House Surgeon and rhyslelan,
Bellevueand RluckweH's Ulund Hos
pitals, New York City.
B-JTOFFICE- DUt'OMMUN ISLOC'K.-eo
Otliee and Residence—No. IS FRANKLIN
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
Physician and Cxirjareon
Residence, Fort Hill, I Ofllce.No. lODow-
Muena Vista street. I neyßlock,upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
R00M39& 11. LANFRANCO BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avenue, East
Los Angeles, near the md of Mreei mil
Oillce hours from in to 12 a. at.; from 1 to
■1 p. M. ap'2o-lf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
lias romoved his office to No. B2 MAIN
STREET, over Ootter & llradtey'y Furni
Oflico Hours—From 10 to 12. -1 to C and S
to 0. Residence—Buena Vista street.
Dr. Chin Quong Kin,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angelea and Ar
nyy*Cures all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to 12 a. m. und from
2 to 0 aud 7 to 9 p. m. ap3oif
IN sil>ol> Whisky
Has been fuund a remedy for INDIGES
TION, DYSPEPSIA and NER
sovereign In Its ertienev for
Medicinal & Family Purposes.
The Medical Faculty concur lv Ibe
Judgment that It is
A PURE STIMULANT AND TONIC
AND TUB CONQUEROR OF
None genuine unless labeled Willi the
signature of G. SIMMONDS, bcle Pro
prietor, over the cork.
PREUSS & SCHUMACHER,
SOLE AGKNT.3 FOR LOS ANGELES
CITY AND COUNTY,
Who will supply the trade at the same
price and terms that the goods oan be
had from the proprietor, in San Fran
Tho siock, Fixtures and Improve
ments of the Candy and Stationery Store,
No. 64 Spring ttreet. The lease will bu
transferred to the purchaser.
Mrs. Fryo's Lung and Cough Syrup
constantly on hand. Mrs. Harrison's
system of dress-cutting tanght in three
lessons. Au Intelligence office is now
opened, and 1 hose wishing help can be
supplied and those wlshlug employment
can obtain desirable situations.
Also, FOR SALE CHEAP, a house nnd
barn, pleasantly located on a corner lot,
said lot containing n great variety of
fruit and shade trees, shrubs and vines.
For other information inquire at MRS.
J. S. F RYE'S, No. 64 Spring St. 0010
DAVID J. HEALY,
CAS & STEAM FITTER,
161 MAIN STREET.
i).l>-.\!l work warranted first-class.-S»
Jobbing attended to with despatch. ol3tf
View of Marriage!
NTA llll VnrV I VI A O nidc* to Wedlock am]
IVJIJ V f.« Iconfidtiitial Trcatiw on Ihe
aiat*Jlif-lt ■ Jnlicf <it marriage ami th*
1 "J!S^M^^WH^ l - , i»ii9 < -' f 'tint until ior it; t Ue an ■
-^vAN creta of Reproduction am
f>sani*tttVWit^W*V a^M ih; -' I>i#eaaeH of Women.
I ¥ tt ■■]»!■ W.l J A lunik for prtTut.', COtllld-
On nil (liiar9ert ol^Prl^Sl SfalurVaYiiuif Prom Sell
Abuse, Excesses, or Seoret Diseases, with, the U*i
tiu'iim ofVtirp, 224 !«r«MiM, prlccfiO cti.
A CLINICAL LECTURE on the alKtve dlseawi am)
Sioiti nf the Throat and Lungs, Catarrh .liuptu re. t lv
Opium Habit.eVc, price H) eta.
lather book >cnt po»tpaid on receipt ot price: or all three,
containing £W pager teaiitlftilly JUimratcd, lor 75ctr
Address Bit. BUTTS, Ko. UN. 6th St. St Louts, M»
THE NEW CASH STORE,
Cor. Main & Temple Sts., Downey Block,
OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS! All Newl No Old Goods! Good Line of MEN'S
FURNISHING GOODS! New Style CLOAKS and DRESS COODS!
Ladies and Gentlemen cordially invited to call and examine goods and prices. Hopo to merit a liberal
patronage. Very Respectfully,
LOS ANGELES, Oot. 26. IKS. 020-d*w-3m B. F. COULTER.
HAS REMOVED TO HIS ELEGANT NEW STORE AT
6-i 3VH-A.I IN" ST.,
IN THE MASCAREL BUILDING
Where he is preparod to show the ladies of Lis Angeles goods at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Now
is the time to come and secure your BARGAINS. NO COMMON TRASH sold at this
Establishment. All Goods as Represented.
LOOK AT OTJ«, PHICK liIST !
SO yards of the best American Prints , > $1 00
12 yards Lonsdale ■ 1 00
12 yards White Rock 1 00
Cheviot Shirting 10 cts. per yard
5000 yards Snowtiake Dress Goods 15 cts. per yard
5000 yards French Armins 25 cts. per yard
5000 yards Clan Plaids 89 cts. per yard
1000 yards Black Silk, gros grain $1 per yard
100 Lndiea' Dresses of the Latest Htyles •. $7 50 cacti
100 Ladies' Dresses of the Latest Styles $9 00 each
150 Ladies' Dresses of tbo Latest Styles $12 00 each
Ladies' Cloaks ?0 00 each
LiKlies.* llaurtlteroliiols, IVnpUins, Towels, Kinl>i-osdory, Hosiery,
Gloves, Laces, New Stylo Veils.
500 pairs of Mission Woolen Mills Family White Blankets at $0 00, from the gro.U sale of Newh ill, S in
Francisco. These Blankets always sold at 110.
All Kinds of Fancy Goods at Half the Usual Prices.
Sap A full line of Ladies', Gents'and Children's SHOES. CLOTHING nud FURNISHING GOODS
in endless variety aud AT BOTTOM PRICES. Call and examine for yourselves aid bo convinced that
this no humbug.
REMEMBER THE PLACE, 64 MAIN STREET, g
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 18 and It, McDonald Clock,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
W.H.J. UItOOKS. OKORaE.I. CLARKE.
\v. ii. h. liussELi., Ally at Law.
BROOKS, CLARKE & RUSSELL,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
OVALLEN'S MJIDINO, coruor Spring
and Temple streets.
W. M. WILLIAMS. F. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
WAREHOUSE—San Pedro st. depot.
OFFICE—Nos. 1 and ,% Downey Hlock,
with Thompson & Eltls.
N. R.—We are prepared to make liber
al loans on grain stored Willi ns at ONE
PER CENT, per month. a9tf
$1 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals SI to tIOOO,
on all kinds of personal property, soch
as watohes, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, silver and U. M. Curieo
c.v bousut aud sold. nllti
FIRST CLASS WHEAT LANDS
Apply to MACLAY 4 MOFFITT, San
F ando, JUDGE WIDNEY, or COL.
E. E. HEWITT, LosJAngeles. s3-2m
Can be found In
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OK
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
•CP in €>77 A WEEK to agents, flu
390 lU VII outfit FREE P, O
VICKBRY, Augusta Maine. «ptSwlT
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Having to make room for my Wiuter Goods, I oiFor ray preseut
Magnificent Stock of
BOOTS db S-SIOSS
At Lower Prices Than Ever Sold Before.
Those bating in mind the Having of money, would do well to call at
once. I will give BARGAINS. T KEEP NO TRASH GOODS. All
arc ot the best manufacture.
100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
DRY fiOODS BUSINESS.
jE3.I^^^'fl;^ rm i AL
£75,000 WOKTH lr, '~OF GOODS »
TO BE SOLD AT
Less Tlietxx Cost,
'Po Retire from Business.
Prices no object. Come and examine my stock, and
satisfy yourself. NO HUMBUG. Great reduction in
prices at wholesale.'
HELLMAN BLOCK, cor. Los Angeles Sc Commercial Sts.
Tho Teachers' Intititute of Loi Augeles
county will moet al
In the City of Los Augeles,
MONDAY, Nov. 4th, and coutiuue
In session Ove days.
Hon. K. Carr, (Superintendent of
Public Instruction, Prof. A. L. Mann,
City Supciintendent Schools, San Fran
cisco* Prof. H. B. Norton, of the State
Normal School, Mrs. Jeanne C. Carr,
Deputy Superintendent Public Instruc
tion, and J. P. Wldney, M. P., have been
invited and are expected tv assist in the
work of the Institute.
The attention of teachers employed in
the Public Schools in the county Iscnlled
to Sec. 15tr0or the School Law, which re
quires them to attend the Institute and
participate In its proceeding.
All teachers, school officers and per
sons interested In the cause of education
aro invited to be present.
w. p. Mcdonald,
County Superintendent School?.
Lo* Angeles, Oct, 10, nlltd
M,V I>J STMKKT.
OPENING SATURDAY NIGHT.
MrPRBE LUNCH. BEER 5 CENTS
A ol.vss. Ulve usacall.
mitil «. HAEFFNER. Proprietor.
i 01* sale!
By the Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, the best Orange nud EMail
Tropical Fruit Laud in the Htate. Watef
riant goes with the land. Apply to the
offloe of p. Beaudry, No. 81 New High St.
apldtt r. W. WOOD, Secretary.
RESTAURANT DE PARIST
Opposite tlie l i.o House.
A. CUVAB MANAGER.
MEALS at SO cts. or a la orle.
fi*-Prlvn!e rooms for !arailles.-<»a
Amerieau and French style,
9l) h «3><avJ He.mples woriw 11,
free. Htiwo.-t * Co., Portland. Me.
M ».»■ Angelea I odg-e He. 4*. t.
/i _ * A. Ji—The «i a ted meat lag.
V or this Lodge are bald on th*
flr »t MONDA Tof each monto al
' N 7:30 p. m. Membere of Pcniaj
pha. No. 202, aud all Mailer Masons it.
good standing are cordially Invited.
By order of tbe Wi- M:-
Chas. Smith. Secretary.
Lis Angeles Chapter No. 33, B: •
- cou vocations tm-ttiM
MOiTOAY of caen month..
7* p. *. at MaaonloTSSN
Sojourning companions in
good standing oordlallr I*,
vlted. By order of
8. C. FOY, H. t>
Loi aaatles Council No. 11, Royal am)
Stlael Master*, F. a a. M.,
Holds Its stated assemblies on tbe Mb
Monday ot each month at Masoafo Ball
at 7:80 a. v. Sojourning Companion* is
good standing are fraternally Invited to
attend. By order of the Tfc;. lII'.
IL a- CUNNINGHAM. Recorder.
Holds Its stated conclaves at the A*..
'W In MssoMle Hall, on the Third
THURSDAY of each month, at 7Ko'eloub .
p. M. Sojourning KnighU Templar la
good standing are cordially invited to at
tend. By order of the
J. C. LiTTi.BViai.D. Recorder.
l.oa Angelea lodize ale. as. I. O. •.F.
jaaWMak -PS 1 " meeting held oa
aW am.WEuNKStiAY KVKNINU ol
week at TH o'clock. Hn
lournlng brethren ln goon
standing aro cordially Invited.
J. W. BARD, M. *3
A. Frank, K. S.
Orange Grow Encampment, No. 91, |, S.
jtOmmmm. KEOULAR MEETINGS held
§mw9 Bun the Second and Fourth
'*Qm mt & I (ikhhays of each mouth at
f l /. p. m. Sojourning Patri
archs ln good -limiting are cordially Invi
ted to attend.
„ „ „ CC. LIPS, V. P 1
B. Marxseh, Scribe.
/@s\ Knights of Pythias.
mMI OLIVE LOOCE, No. M.
\J—W meet* every Thursday evening,at
7 o'olook, at the Castle •Hall,
Downey Block. All sojourning KnighU
In good standing are cordially invited.
LA. DUNSMOOR, O. C.
C. E. Milkb.K. of R. S.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
w REGULAR MEETINGS ol
J U this Company will take place
sJLXKL. on the first Wednesday eve
r vPSjpi) uius nf each month, at
o'clock. By order,
' ■ W. S. MOORE, Secretary
COR. SPRING * MARKET STS..
W. H. Northcraft, Auctioneer.
a**-Keeul »r Snlo l>ay« for Hoi sea. Car.
rlnges and Furniture, SATURDAY anjP"
MONDAY. v _ -
Will sell nt houses and stores, and all
property entrusted to ray care and war
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
01* Los Angeles City and County.
First State, County and City License
taken out Oct. Ist, 13(iU, aud kept up
uninterrupted to tbe present date.
With J. G. De Turk, No. 1 MARKET St..
two doors above Wells, Fargo A
Regular Rale Days for horses, car
riage*, furniture, etc., Wednesdays aud
Saturdays Horn 10 o'clock a. m. to 4
o'clock p. h. Cash advances mad* on
consignments. Cash paid for all kinds
of goods,wares and merchandise. Charges
on tbe '-live and let let live" basis.
N. it.—No real estate sold except by
auction. Charges on real estulo sales
one per cent.
E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer,
And General Business Manager for J. O.
Do Turk. nv2l
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSts*
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITY.
HI. IR,. BROWN,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Two doors east of old stand, on Court M ,
South of Court House.
«*-Regular Sales on Pi'urt.nys, fioin 9
A. M. till 4P. M. Special salt-« mil do **l
any time or place. Ca-di paid for all
kinds of goods.
Reference, by perineal..n: It. E. Hyda,
President Rank of \'isal-;i; K. F. spent:*,
CashlerCoinrnerclal Hunk, L. A.
sl2tf 11. It. IiROW-N, Auctioneer.
Watches aud Jewelry.
Having purchased tho stock and fix
tures of the well known jewelry store of
Mr. T. W. Stackpole, adding thereto a
large and entirely new assortment ot
goods, we ere are prepared to show tbe
citizens of Los Angeles and vicinity one
of the flnest and best selected utocks to
be found In the State, which will be sold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be ln receipt of all
the latest novelties in watches, chains,
jewelry, etc., to which the attention ot
the public is especially Invited.
In spectacles we have a large and va*
rled assortment, and are the exclusive
b gents in Southern California of tbe eel
eurated Lazerus A Morris perfected epee
tacles, which we claim ore the finest in
Mr. Stackpole will remain in our em
ploy, having exclusive control of the
work department, and. as heretofore, es
pecial attention will be given to the re
pairing of flue watches and Jewolry.
We shall be happy to ace all our old
friends and the public at large.
DUNSMOOR BROS. f
JytUf •Tv t Spring street f
lgl£ FASHION ftaT
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON a YOUNC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages, Single or Don He,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
hand (or tbe accommodation of tbe pub
lic. Horses Boarded by tbe day, week or
mimlj'at reasonable rates. Conveyances
mrulsued for private or public occasions
at the shortest notice and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Kstabllshme>nt
In Southern Calilornia.