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THE CITY COUNCIL.
City Taxes Will Be Delin
quent November 29th.
THE COMING CITY ELECTION.
The City Not Liable for Street
Paving: Unless Under a
The City Council met yesterday morn
ing and, in the absence of President
Humphreys, Councilman Lovell was
called to the chair. The following
Gouncilmen were present: Messrs. Han
ley, Moriarty, Teed, Cohn, Gibbs, Col
lins, Bosbyshell, Barrett, Book, Chand
ler and Mathews.
During tbe reading ot the minutes Mr.
Humphreys came in.
Mr. Cohn moved that the ordinance
extending the time for the collection of
taxes to November 20th be read and
Captain Barrett moved that the action
of the Council in prohibiting elections in
the city buildings be rescinded. Carried.
Mr. Cohn moved that the City Attor
ney draw a resolution calling an election
for city officers on Monday, December,
Captain Barrett moved that the Street
Superintendent place a catch basin at
the southwest corner of Spring and First
streets. Referred to the City Surveyor
and Street Superintendent with power to
Captain Barrett moved that the Street
Superintendent have power to move
building materials where the same inter
fere with the paving of the streets.
Mr. Book moved that the street car
company place the car tracks in proper
condition in front of the Bryson & Bone
brake block, on Spring street Carried.
Reports of officers were read and re
ferred to the Finance Committee.
City Attorney Daly filed an opinion in
regard to the city's liability for the pav
ing of Eighth street, which is important
insomuch as it also applies to other
streets which have been graded, and for
which the contractors expect pay from
the city. The opinion is as follows:
I am called upon by the Council for my
opinion a> to whether the city ia liable for any
portion of the expenses of grading Eighth
street from Union to Alvarado. An agreed
state of facts between tbe contractor and the
owners of property fronting on said Eighth
street hssbeen filed in my office for my inform
ation and guidance in determining the rights
of the contractor and the liability, if any, of
the owners and the city. From this agreed
state of facts it appears that on the 13th of
February, 18S8, a petition to have the work
done was filed by the owners of property, and
the Resolution of Intention was passed Febru
ary 20th. Subsequent to this the usual steps
were taken by the Council, and the award of
contract was made April 2Cth, and notice of
award given April 30th; that on May 22d the
contract was entered into and the work com
pleted August sth. The first question to be de
cided is by what assessment are we to be gov
erned in arriving at the value of this property,
for the purpose of ascertaining whether the
cost of the work exceeds one-half of ths as
sessed value thereof, as borne upon the last
assessment roll, made for levying of taxes for
mnnicipal purposes. I think the assess
ment roll ol 1887 mnst govern. The cost
of the grading of this street is ascertained
to be far in excess of half the value of said pro
perty as shown on the assessment role. In that
Case the law provides that the amount of cost
of said work exceeding half of tbe assessed
valne of said property shall be assessed to the
city and paid out of the city treasury. The act
of 1885, commonly called the Vroomau act,
fails to point out how this value is to be ascer
tained further than that the City Engineer shall
furnish the Council, if so required, with esti
mates of the cost and expense of the work, and
In subdivision 1 of seC. 7 , that whenever the
cessment upon any lot exceed half the
Valuation of. said lot as It was las." assessed for
TKKChjfl taxation, then, Unless tho' owner
shall file written waiver, etc., the assesime...
shall be only to the amount of half of said last
preceding municipal valuation and the proper
remainder of said assessment shall be assessed
to the city aud be payable out of the city treas
ury." All this is Indefinite, whose duty Is it
to ascertain t ne assessed valuation of the lot as
It Was last assessed for municipal taxation? Is
it the duty of the Superintendent of Streets;.
The set doesn't say so. In the absence of any
such provision in the Vrooman Act we Bust
look to the Charter of the oity for authority as
to what must be done to warrant the
payment of money out of the city
•*"Sasury. Section 1 of article XII. of
the Charter provides that "The city
of Los Angeles shall not be and is not bound
by any contract, or in any way liable thereon
unless the same is made in writing by order of
the Council, the draft thereof be approved by
the Council and the same ordered to be, and be
signed by the Major, or some other person in
behalf of said city.'' There Is no pretense that
tbe provision of the Charter was complied with
in the case now under consideration, nor does
the act of 1885 repeal or change it, and I am,
herefore, of the opinion that the city 1b no
liable for any portion of the cost of grading
Eighth street. In conclusion I will state that
it is the duty of tbe Council to ascertain the
assessed value of lots and lands fronting on
streets proposed to be improved, before passing
a resolution of intention to improve. Had this
been done in this case no trouble would have
The opinion was paced on file.
The report of the Police Commission
asking for an increase of two officers was
received and filed.
The Fire Commission recommended
that fifty tons of hay be purchased. The
Clerk was instructed to advertise for 150
tons to be delivered as required.
The Gas Committee recommended that
a thro"-' —*> mast be erected at
Corner of College and Lucas avenues.
Mr. Cohn called attentioh tt» the fact
that provisions had been made for more
lights already than there was money to
pay for. The lights bill for the year will
be from $12,000 to $15,000 more than
there is money for. Recommendation
Also, recommended that a light be put
on the Sixth-Btreet Park. Mr. Book
moved that this be allowed. Mr. Cohn
objected because the city is paying for
three lamps there now. A motion to
erect this light was lost.
Mr. Chandler moved that all petitions
for lights be placed on file, to be taken
off when there is money in the fund.
A motion to pay for the light on the
corner of Temple and Belmont streets
Mr. Cohn called attention to the fact
that the contract with the Electric-light
Company will soon expire and the Clerk
was instructed to ascertain the time and
report at the next meeting.
On motion of Captain Barrett it was
decided to take no further action in re
gard to Eighth street until the contractor
■hall conform to the specifications.
City Attorney Daly stated that if the
Ninth street bridge was moved to the
new line as laid out by Mr. M. L. Wicke
the city wili be liable for the amounts
paid into the treasury for the opening oi
the old street.
The Mayor was instructed to sign a quil
claim deed to land petitioned for by Mrs.
Tito Afternoon Session.
A petition from D. D. Morton to have
warrants for bis salary signed was read.
Mr Humphreys said that Mayor Work
man had not signed the warranto because
Mr. Morton had been very abusive and
bad need objectionable language toward
Several Council men said that if Mr.
Morton was objectionable he ought to be
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6. 1888.
removed, but he ought to have his sal
ary for the work he had done. The mat
ter was referred to Mayor Workman.
A petition to have the Street Superin
tendent enclose a strip of land between
Sichel and Daly street which has been
used as an alley, but which is not an
alley was read.' Captain Barrett moved
that the Street Superintendent replace
the fence which he removed. Referred
to the City Attorney and City Surveyor.
Mr. Hanley moved that the City Clerk
notify the Glendale Railroad Company
not to go outside of its franchise and
construct its line on the city's land.
Mr. Collins moved that the Street
Superintendent place ihe fence about tbe
pesthouse on the line of the city land.
The Board of Public Works report
as published in Sunday's Herald, was
read and adopted.
When the matter of declaring the
electric road a nuisance came up Mr.
Lovell objected on the ground that it
should be settled in tbe courts.
Mr. Collins thought that the matter
should be delayed so as to give the rail
road people a chance to sell out to peo
ple who will run the road.
Captain Barrett moved that the City
Attorney draw an ordinance authorizing
the Street Superintendent to take down
the poles. Carried.
An ordinance authorizing the Mayor
to sign certain warrants was passed. '
Captain Barrett moved that the Street
Superintendent be instructed to notify
property-owners on streets which are
paved or are being paved to construct
the sidewalks, and if they neglected so
to do to construct the same under the
provisions of the Vrooman act. Carried.
The Bituminous Lime Rock Company
asked that the assessment for paving
Commercial street be corrected. Re;
ferred to a committee to proceed under
t c Vrooman act.
A resolution to sewer a portion of Ban
ning street was read and laid over for a
A resolution to sewer a portion of
Seventh street was read and approved.
A deed from several property owners
to a strip of land for the continuation of
Washington street, was referred to the
City Surveyor to see if the lines as des
cribed are correct.
The Mayor was instructed to sign the
contract with the Black Diamond Coal
Company for furnishing the city with
coal, and with A. S. Bent for construct
ing a sewer as soon as the bonds shall be
Notices of intention to change the
grades of Alhambra, Seventh, Georgia,
Hansen, Booth streets and West End
avenue were read and adopted.
Resolutions of intention to pave Up
per Main street with porphyry, to grace
Ann street, Castelar street, Mott alley,
Patton street, Victor avenue and Oak
street, were read and adopted.
A resolution of intention to sewer Fort
street from Temple to Fourth was read
Resolutions ordering Third street to
oe graded were read and adopted .
Contracts for grading Third, Fourth,
Fifth, Eleventh streets, West End ave
aue and Judson streets and for sidewalk
ng Downey avenue were read and
The City Surveyor recommended that
12-inch storm water drain be constructed
tlong the Arroyo de Los Reyes, and
from Pearl to Second at Beaudry avenue.
The Clerk was instructed to advertise
for bids for a drain on Fifth street from
Hill street to Zunja No. 4.
The request of J. E. Murray et al. for
damages caused by blasting on Ingraham
street was referred to the City Attorney
to commence action upon the bond.
The matter of purchasing land lying in
Daly street as laid out near the bridge,
was referred to Mr. Hanley and the City
The Zanja Committee was instructed
a ptfS zanjas one and two across Second
A bid for sidewalking on San Fer
nando street from Richardson Bros, was
referred to the Board of Public Worke.
The Board of Supervisors met at the
In the matter of the Anaheim water
district the petition, bond and affidavit
of publication was filed, and on motion
of Supervisor Martin a hearing was set
for November 9th, at 10 a. m.
In the matter of the incorporation of
the University the petition and affidavit
and remonstrances were filed and a hear
ing set for 10 a. m ~ November 19th.
In the matter of the Azusa irrigation
district tbe Board canvassed the vote
with the following result:
District No. 1 69 37
DlßtrlctNo. 2 16 21
District No. 3 42 54
District No. 4. 35 1
District No. 5. 52 28
. Total, 214 141
It appearing to the Board that tho re
quired two-third vote not having been
cast in favor of the organization of the
district it was declared lost.
In the matter of the I» own ey and El
- »«ce road: Deeds from Francis B.
Sid well, Jennie Bowler and John W.
Bowler presented on motion of Super
visor Venable, the same were accepted
and ordered recorded and the land there
in declared a public highway, and a war
rant ordered drawn for the several
On motion of Supervisor Martin, the
School Superintendent was allowed an
assistant at a salary of $100 a month,
and the Superintendent named F. E.
Little. The appointment was confirmed
In the matter or the Urmston tract,
the petition asking for a water main on
Vermont avenue and Blame avenue was
granted under the supervision of a board
On the recommendation of the County
Superintendent of Schools, a petition
asking that a described tract of land be
included and incorporated in the Clear
water school district was granted.
On the recommendation of the Connt>
Superintendent of Schools the petition
asking for the formation of a new school
district to be formed of portions of the
Lugo and Alameda district and to be
known as the Old River district was
In the matter of the temporary trans
fer of funds on motion of Supervisor
Venable, $150 was temporarily transfer
red from the Glendale fund to the
Ballona Road fund.
The following warrants were ordered
drawn for indigents: McCarthy $8;
Sepulvida, $15; Fielding, $12.
On motion of Supervisor Martin the
Assessor was allowed a deputy for
November and December at a salary of
$100 a month when not employed by the
Assessor to work in the Tax Collectors
The Board then adjourned until 10
a. m. , November Bth.
Physicians say that Hungarian food is ex
ceedingly nourishing. It can be found at the
Vienna Buffet, oor. Main and Reqnena streets.
Children Cry for PitchersJSastoriai
.Monday, November 5.
Superior Court—Department No. 1,
People vs. Ah Ling, robbery—Cause
Information filed against Francis P.
Kelly and P. Ryan, charging them with
I grand larceny, and Thomas Williams,
Department No. 2. - Gardiner, J.
Estate of William J. Nettleton, de
ceased—Probate of will.
Estate of Sarah B. Viile, deceased—
Petition for probate of will granted; bond
Estate of Heinrich Boege, deceased—
Petition for setting apart estate for use of
Estate of W. H. Forrest, deceased—
continued to November 12.
Estate of Henry Chambers, deceased
—Continued to November 15.
Estate of John F. Mohen—Letters of
guardianship granted; bond $1,600.
Lugo vs. Baker—On trial.
Department No. 4—Hutton, J.
Law calendar rearranged.
I. S. District Court, Ross J.
In re. Isaac L. Hewitt vs. Warren
Story et al.—The motion to amend
granted and motion to vacate order for
taking testimony on the 12th inst.
granted and set until next rule day for
pleading to the amended bill, the "order
to be prepared by the attorneys.
In re. llnited States vs. Collin Marble
and Lime Company—The order to show
cause can tinned.
In re. John Morongo et al. vs. J. V.
North et al.—Order made that proceed
ings in ejectment suit be enjoined.
The Court then adjourned until Mon
day next at 10 a. m.
George E. Bates vs. F. A. Holzhier et
al. —Petition for partition of realty; plain
tiff claimed a one- , xth interest in an in
heritance of 640 acres.
J. Taylor Stewart vs. F. E. Perhoin—
Complaint on f reclosure of mortgage;
BEESON & RHOADES
On Wednesday, November 7th,
AT 10 A. M., 2 P. M.,
An Elegant Line of
New & tad-Hand Goods
Fine Bed-room Sets in Black Walnut,
Antique Oak and Mahogany finish.
Extension Tables, Chairs, &c.
Also a fine line of
In Parlor Sets, Easy Rockers, Bed and Single
Of all kinds in Body Brussels, Ingrains, both
New and Second-Hand.
Also a fine line of Curtains in lace and fine
Bed Clothes in Sheets, Quilts, Comforters and
We are receiving all kinds of New and
Second-Hand Goods from day to day from the
best families in the city, and our sales are per
emptory and without reserve.
Ladles are especially invited to attend as we
have a fine and commodious salesroom and
take especial pains to make everybody com
fortable Don't fail to atttend.
BEN 0. RHOADES, Auctioneer.
EDWIN A. RICE <fc QO 4)
Important peremptory auction sale of high
cost and most-elegant furniture, removed from
a private residence on Grand aye , to our sales
room, 150 South Spring street, for convenience
ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7th,
At 10 o'clock a. il. The fifrnitureis almost new,
RICH PARLOR SUITS, iv Walnut and Plush
(Silk); WALNUT MARBLE TOP CHAMBER
SETS, MARBLE TOP SIDEBOARDS, MA
HOGANY DINING ROOM FURNITURE,
RICH ANTIQUE FURNITURE, Etc., Etc.
At the same time and plase we shall sell a
Kentucky dapple brown mare, hauds
high, 7 years old, a very fast trott r, round and
fat, perfectly safe for lady to drive. Owner
warrants her perfectly sound. Also, a doctor's
phaeton and harness. There is no reserve,
EDWIN A., RICE.
o5 3m auctioneer.
Headquarters for Election
LATEST ODDS ON ELECTION!
Parties desiring to Lay Wagers on the Coming
Election can be acoommodated at
RODMAN & CO.'S
Corner Spring and Temple Streets.
See our blackboard for latest information.
Auction Pools each evening at 7:30.
11 ACRES on PICO ST., about % mile
west of Electric R R. terminus $5,009
PEARL ST., bet. Eleventh and Twelfth
stß. —2-Btory house, 11 rooms, fur
nished, lawn, etc , lot 49x155 to 20-ft.
GRAND AYE., bet. Seventh and Eighth
St.—Cottage, Brooms, small barn,lawn,
etc., lot 40x140 $G,500
RODNEY AYE , 150 feet from Main st„
125 feet from Adams—House, 4 rooms,
lot 50x125 $1,950
JENKINS AYE., clean fide, bet. Main
St. and Grand aye.—House, 4 rooms,
street graded, water piped to lot, or
ange, peach aud pear trees in bearing,
lot 50x172 $2,100
UPPER MAIN ST., west side, near Al
pine st—2sxl6s SlOOpcrft.
BROOKLYN ST., clean side, v block
from Main—2 Jots, 50x125 each $I,2soeach
FLOWER ST., clean side, \i block from
FLOWER ST., cor. Pico—ls6 feet on
Flower $51 per ft.
For these and many other BARGAINS see
POMEEOY & GATES,
16 COURT STREET.
(100 8. MAIN ST, foot of Third St)
LOS ANGELE 3 .
Baggies and Carriages, Ladies' Saddle Horses,
etc., always in Readiness for Careful
Horses Bought and Sold, Boarded and Kept at
F. A. URBAN, Prop.
Telephone 163.. n6tf
DR. STEINH A rtT'S
Essence of Life!
Sold in Europe for 17 Team and . '! years en
the Pacific Coast.
\ sToT""Thls great strengthening remedy and
nerve tonic cures without fail Nervous aud Phys
ical Debility, Exhausted Vitality, Involuntary
Weakening Drains upon the System, no matter
in what manner tbey may occnr; Weakness,
Lost Manhood in all its complications, and all
the evil effects of youthful 101 l in» and ex
cesses. Also impure conditions of the blood,
pimples and eruptions.
Price—s2 50 per bottle, in liquid or pills, or 5
DR. STEIN HART,
109 N. W. Cor. First and Spring
Room 13, opposite Nadean House.
Ornci Hours—9 a. m. to 3r. MV! 6to 7:3 i a,
Sunday—lo to 1 o'clock.
N. B.—For the convenience of patients, aid in
order to insure perfect secrecy, I have adopted
n private address, under which all packages are
KIDNEY, Mi ADDER
A positive cure and relief for all forms of
Kidney, Bladder and Liver diseases; Diabetes,
Gravel, etc,; Acute Inflammation of the Kid
neys, from cold or Injury, pain or heaviness in
the Back or Loins; Irritation at tbe Neck of the
Bladder, causing a freqnent desire to pass
water; Smarting or Burning after mlcturatloD;
Incontinence of Urine; Calculi; Lack of Force
or Power to evacuate the Bladder; Stoppage,
FOR THE LIVER
This remedy is a purely vegetable compound,
free from mineral substances, and prepared
with gre«t care; this remedy is the best ever
put up to relieve immediate sufferings such as
Constipated Bowels, Bick Headache, pains In
the right side running through the shoulder
blades, sickness of the stomach, Giddiness,
Double Vision, Bad Taßte in the Mouth, Foul
Breath, Sour Btomach, Vtater Brash, Heartburn,
and all the horrible diseases implied in the
Price, SI per bottle. Sold at my office, 108
West First street, and by Druggists. 027-tf
THE KNIFE jfICST GO!
DR. A. W. BRINKEKHOFF.
Diseases of Women a Specialty
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
EECTAL ULCERATION, CATARRHAL CON- I
ditions of the RECTUM and INTESTINAL
TRACT poison tho blood, interfere with diges
tion and assimilation, producing so called
CONSUMPTION. By removing the cause we
continue *-ocure this whon all others fall.
PILES, FISTULA, FISSURE, RECTAL UL
cers, cured without Cutting, L'gating, Burn
ing or Swallowing Medicine, by DR. A. W.
BRINKERHOFF'S Sure and Painless System of <
operating. No chloroform or ether used.
■taV-Moro than 150,000 operations and not
/ray-Shun the old, painful carbolic treat
ment—it Is dangerous.
C. EDUAR SJHTII, M. D.
RACHEL 8. PACKBON, M.D. Assistant.
Office— Hotel Hollenbeck, cor. Spring aud Sec
ond sts., Lob Angeles. Rooms 12 and 13.
030-3 m ,
Do You Dream.
YOUNG MAN! Are you Buffering from any of
the errors or indiscretions of youth, causing
lame back, tired feeling about the legs, coated
tongue, bad tatte in the mouth, wind on stom
ach, or sour stomach, amorous dreams, vertigo
(dizziness), forgetfulness, loss of energy and
pain in the side? These arc some of the nu
merous s; mptoms of Spt rmatorrhiea. Let not a i
sense of (also modesty prevent you from seek
ing relief at once. This trouble will lead to loks
of Manhood, Insanity or death. The under
signed has treated many hundred cases such as
yours wit l ; never a failure.
Have you Contracted any Private Disease
which sou do! not wish your friends or family
physician to suspect? If so. DR. BLAKESLEE
will treat you privately and successfully, and
guarantee a cure in the shortest time possible.
Many cases can be cured in twenty-four hours
if taken in time.
Syphilis (blood taint) whether of recent oj
lc ng duration can be entire'y eradicated from
the system by the use of my vegetable remedies
without me-cury in any form. There is no
necessity of going to the Springs when you can
be cured as quirkly aud permanently at home.
Are you troubled with Strlctuer, or any other
ailment peculiar to the male sex? It so, relief is
at hand The Doctor, by his studies and practice
in this conntry and abroad, has made himself
familiar with all such cases.
Drs. D. &B. are a firm of physicians, one
specialist of which has cnargo of each depa t
ment. The above department Is under the su
pervision of Dr. Blakeslee.
Hours: 10 a. X, to 6 r. m., and 7 to 8 p. M.
DRS. D. & B.
Phillips Block, N. Spring; at., Eos
Ladies Parlors, Nos 37 and 38; Gentlemen's
Parlors. Nos. 30 snd 40.
JB»~8top the elevator at the First office floor.
Phrenologists and Physicians
Who Cure Without medicine.
H FAITI, W.
Office—No. 213 North Main St.
DR. ROSE ADAMS PATTY, C. S.,
Office—No 109 South Main St. 012-lm»
The Great English Remedy.
FOR LIVER, BILK, INDIGESTION, ETC
Free lrom mercury; contains only pure
Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANGLEY A
MICHAELS. San Francisco. ?* w J , l v j£_
• "oTf. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist and Chemist,
No. HI N. BMln St., Eos Angeles, Cal.
1 REMOVED TO 25 TEMPLE ST.
Prescriptions st Dig
J. St. II Al, E A CO.
J. Ivl HALE & CD.
7 AND 9 N. SPRING ST.
J. M. HALE & CO. will offer you ) „ D
Wednesday, November 7th, I Extraordin ary Bargains
45c. Per Yard.—DRESS GOODS—4Sc. Per Yard.
3,000 yards All-Wool GERMAN CASHMERES, full
40 inches wide, at 45c. per yard. This grade differs from
that of English, French, or Swiss manufacture, being heavier
and as soft as the finest Henrietta. Shades in garnet, navy,
black, sapphire, mahogany, brown, tan, terra cotta, and a
dozen others. Sold everywhere at 60c.
J. M. HALE & CO. will offer you ) TWIKIMIIU „
Wednesday, November 7th j Extraordl ™ry Bargains ,
Be. Per Yard—MUSLINS—Sc. Per Yard. - j
One case Heavy BLEACHED SHIRTING MUSLIN ,
the same as the Fruit of the Loom, at Be. per yard;
from ioc. \^
J. M. HALE & CO. will offer you ) t>
Wednesday, November 7th, 5 Extraordinary Bargains
sc. Per Yard—VEILINGS—Sc. Per Yard.
1,000 yards, 50 pieces, Fancy BEADED VEILINGS at
sc. per yard; reduced from 15c. Shades in brown, in tan, in
garnet. One yard will make three veils. Makes very pretty
hat trimmings, sc. per yard.
We have gone through our stock of BLACK GOODS
carefully, and every piece of-7, 8 and 9 yards length, each one
sufficient for a full dress, we took out and made a remnant
of—Cashmeres, Sebastopols, Serges and Henriettas. It will
pay you to look these over carefully.
J. M. BALE & CO. will offer you ) Tr V f„ o^:„nw ,T. Q ««oi««
Tur 1 j xt n.x. f Extraordinary Bargains
Wednesday, November 7th,) J &
PLUSH GOODS. PLUSH GOODS.
Our entire line of Mantel Scarfs, Table Scarfs, Chair
Covers and Fancy Lambrequins, displayed in north show
window at a general reduction of 2 5 per cent, from marked
prices. Latest novelties in Art Work.
J. M. HALE & CO. will offer you J ' Extraordinary Bargairig
Wednesday, November 7th,) J &
124 Cents—HOSIERY —12£ Cents.
Fifty dozen Ladies' full finished Balbriggan Hosiery at
per pair; reduced from 25c. Extra length and excellent
J. M. HALE ft 00. will offer you ) Extraor(l i nary Bargains t
Wednesday, November 7th,)
LACE CURTAINS. > '
Twenty-five pairs Lace Curtains in Point Marguerite antd
Point Nantes designs, at 25 per cent, less than marked pricce
to close out; and 4 yards in length. )
J. M. HALE & CO. will offer you ) Extrao rdinary Bargains
Wednesday, November 7th,) T
25 Cents—POCKET BOOKS-25 Cents. j
Fifteen dozen Ladies' Pocket Books, in new styles, at 25c. &
worth fully 50c. Real Silver Oxide Clasps and Mountings.
J. M. HALE & CO. will offer you ) Extraordinary Bargain*
Wednesday, November 7th,)
7 Cents Per Yard—CH AMBRAYS—7 Cents Per Yard.
One case, about 2,000 yards, excellent quality Chambrays-1
at 7c. per yard ; regular selling price, 12^c.
J. M. HALE & CO. will offer you ) Extraor dinary Bargain* (
Wednesday, November 7th,)
75 Cents Per Yard—TAPESTRY—7S Cents Per Yard*
To close out about 100 yards 52 inches wide Chair and
Lounge Tapestry at 75c. per yard; reduced from $1.25.
J. M. HALE & CO. will offer you ) Extrao rclinary Bargains
Wednesday, November 7th,)
Sole Agents for the Celebrated Centemeri Kid Gloves.
Sole Agents tor the Celebrated F. P. Robinson's Cleaniast Hosiery
- J.M.HALE&Co,Wedncsday,Kov.7,7 49N.SpiiD.St