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TUESDAY MAY 19, 1874.
Subscribers will please take notice that Mr.
Ssm. Bergc is alono authorised to eolleot 1 üb
acrlptlona f>r the Herald since April 21st
last. No other person is allowed to collect
subscript ions for the paper.
CITY AND SUBURBS.
Vasquez had his picture taken yes
The Constantino sailed for San Fran
The Senator will sail for San Fran
cisco on Friday, May 2IM.
The "Important" offers 200 pieces
house-llning,one yard wide, at (J} cents
There will bo a vocal and Instru
mental concert given for the benefit of
the German School 011 the 30th of this
Henry Stahl sent lifty dozen of his
premium soda to the Red Men's pic
nic last Sunday. Henry's beverage is
of the first quality.
Remember Beaudry's auction sale
of real estate, to come oil* 011 June Ist.
Some of* the finest building sites in the
city will then be thrown upon the
The ladies interested in Mrs. Dr.
Larkin's afternoon lectures will meet
at Good Templar's Hall to-day at 3 r<
m., when the first lecture of the course
w ill be given.
Morasovich, the wife beater, is under
arrest and will be tried before Justice
Trafford to-day, on a charge of causing
the death of his wife Rafcala by his
A portion of the old Blue Wing
Store was demolished yesterday. We
understand that Messrs. Perry <fc Riley
are preparing to build a three-story
brick store 011 the site.
John McDonald's restaurant, Com
mercial street, near the depot, has
been greatly enlarged and Improved,
and now affords all the delicacies of
the season. Board and lodging by the
month at special rates. Single meals
or beds, 25 cents. Givo him a call. *
F. L. Vandenberg, Superintendent
of the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph
Line, Is in the city. His visit may
have something to do with an early
completion of the wires of that com
pany from Bakers field to this city.
Before Justice Gray, yesterday, a
charge was brought against George
Allen, alias Greek George, for being
an accessory with Vasquez In the rob
bery of Rappetto. He was bound over
iv the sum of Sii'n) to appear before the
Court at a time to be specified.
By reference to the time table pub
lished In another place, it will be seen
that a change of time has been effected
In the running of the Pacific Mail
steamers. The Orizaba and Mohongo
will now make the trip between San
Francisco and Wilmington in forty
Col. Jones informs us that the Wil
mington wharf vill be ready to receive
ships this week, with a berth of fifteen
feet of water at low tide. This work
lias been pushed along with great ra
pidity. It will do more to wipe out
lighterage than any one thing that
has occurred up to the present time.
The May number of the Mutual Aid
is upon our table. It is dressed out
with its usual neatness, and reflects
much credit upon its publisher, Mr. L
M. Holt, as well as upon the HERALD
job oflice, where it was printed. The
paper contains much readable matter
lot members of the Association and
those interested In it.
One of our young merchants who Is
doing business on Lot Angeles street
fell down in a lit in a saloon on Com
mercial street, about 10 o'clock Sllll
-day night. Drs. Kurtz and Wise were
called in, and after strenuous exertions
succeeded in restoring their patient.
We are glad to state that the young
man is now fully recovered and was
on tiie street yesterday.
General Banning, Commander of
tbe First Brigade California Militia,
lias presented the Public Library with
a history of Spain, in three volumes.
The binding is of leather, plain and
substantial, and the text is of the 1 Id
style, with a " catch-word" at the
bottom of each page. The work was
published by a London firm in
and forms quite a curious, as well as
valuable addition to the library.
The ladies of the M. E. Church held
a meeting yesterday, and determined
to have a Fourth of July dinner on
Ihe coming Fourth. These dinners
have become a fixed institution In this
city. Xt Will be at the Skating Rink.
Next Friday at 2 p. St. there will be a
meeting of the ladies at the parsonage
on Fort street, to appoint the various
Committees. All ladies of other de
nominations interested are requested
to be present.
Our evening cotemporary has the
following: A lady school teacher from
Los Angeles, while ou her way last
week from Anaheim to the place she
was to teach on the upper Santa Ana
river, met with a very narrow escape
from death. She was in a buggy,
which was driven by one of the em
ployees of an Anaheim stable. As the
night was unusually dark, he missed
the road and drove over the bank of a
creek seven feet in height, making a
complete wreck of the buggy. Fortu
nately, the driver stopped the horses
before any further damage was done,
and the lady miraculously escaped un
The Red Men's picnic in the Arroyo
Seco lust Sunday was well attended,
and, altogether, a very successful af
fair. Various games and dancing in
the pavilion made UP the order of the
day, interspersed with lunch and other
refreshments for the inner man. In
the evening a ball was given at Turner
Hall. The attendance, though not
large, was very select, and the affair
throughout quite enjoyable. Some of
our amateurs entertained the com*
pany with vocal music, and Isert's
Band discoursed sweet strains for the
tripping of the light fantastic. All
told, it was a day very pleasantly spent
by the Red Men.
Last Sunday afternoon, between 1
and 2 o'clock, a man named Samuel
(!. Kyle committed suicide at the
Champion Stable, corner of Aliso and
Alameda streets, by shooting himself
through the head with a revolver. It
seems that Kyle had been quite dis
sipated, and after indulging in a hard
■PPM he commenced work again on
(-fonday morning. Complaining of
feeling unwell, he went to his room at
the time stated and committed the
rash act whiidi cost him his life, The
ball entered the right temple, and
passing entirely through the head,
lodged under the skin behind the left
ear. An inquest was held on the body
by Coroner Richardson, but no other
facts than those given were elicited.
UP THE MOUNTAINS.
Our Hew 1111111111; Diacovericu Wlinl
There In of Tlicm nml What They
Promts?—A Trip lo llic Mountain*
..Mill of 1.0 1 Anselcs imml Wllllt
We Saw by Hie Wny,
Quietly and persistently, for a year
or more past, Mr. J. A. Bell has been
prospecting through the range of
mountains lying north of our city.
Something over a week ago he found
a lead which struck him as being
more than usually promising; he
secured specimens, had them assayed,
nnd his impressions were confirmed.
Then, without sounding a trumpet
before him, or attempting a display of
his good fortune, he entered bis claims,
made his discoveries known to a few
of our leading citizens, formed a com
pany for working the lead, and there,
as the legal term goes, " rests his
A few days ago our reporter received
an invitation to visit the new claims,
and In company with two well known
citizens made the trip by way of a
Sunday pascar. There was no inten
tion to break the Sabbath, but the day
was so charming, the air so clear, and
the mountains and valleys so invit
ing, that the temptation was too great
to be resisted, and we simply sus
pended the fourth commandment and
went. Perhaps it would be no more
than proper to tell the whole truth,
now we have commenced, and as " an
honest confession is good for the soul,"
we will make a clear statement of our
case and ask absolution from our
generous readers. Une of the party
took along his shotgun, and although
our conscientious scruples would not
bear the imputation of
• HUNTING! ON SUNDAY,
Still we drove the horse that drew the
buggy which carried the game that
Jack killed. A brisk drive of five
miles brought us to the place of ren
desvouz. Mine. Plummer's house,
where we were to meet Mr. Bell, and
he piloted us up through the mountain
canon to the incipient El Dorado. We
had been directed to go out Pico street,
pass under the flume, by the Chinese
gardens and Hunt's blacksmith shop,
and stop at a bouse with a flag-pole in
front. All these instructions we
strictly adhered to, under the rule that
the longest way round is the surest
way there, and at last found ourselves
at Mine. Plummer's.
We met Mr. Bell and his companion,
Mr. Plummer, mounted and ready for
business, end at once set out upon our
Jtiunt. From this place to the moun
tains which we were to climb is a dis
tance of two and a half miles. That
distance accomplished, we found our
selves sit the mouth of
LEI PELONKS CANON".
Tliis locality is well known and
needs no general description from us.
It is one of a succession of canons run
ning up the western slope of the
mounts i nsjand containing t he ordinary
romantic scenery of steep mountain
sides, filled at the bottom with scrub
timber, and traversed by a rough,
bridle path, by which an ascent is
made to the top of the mountains. On
tliia side lie Plummer and Laurel can
ons, and beyond the now famous
Where Vasquez was captured,' Driving
up as far as the road was passable for a
buggy, we made a halt beneath some
small trees and picketed our horses.
Here we divested ourselves of all
superfluous luggage, forming a sort of
cache against our return; not without
sotte little misgivings, however, lest
some of the Vasquez gang might still
be lingering in their old haunts, and
might take a fancy to ride off with our
animals and baggage. But we placed
our trust in "honor among thieves,"
and were not disappointed. If any of
the bandits were there, we will say
that they are gentleman, nnd they
have our best regards. Starting
UP THE CANON,
We followed a zig-zag path tracing the
bed of a small stream, which has its
rise in springs further up in the moun
tains, The water is clear and limpid,
like most streams of the kind, and 000 l
to a degree strongly suggestive of ioe
in it somewhere. Here and there it
forms in little eddies beneath the
shallow of an overhanging rock or the
thickly clustered foliage; then it goes
trickling down over its stony bed,
making its banks luxuriant with the
growth of a thousand plants. Near
the mouth of the cafion it loses itself
In the sand, and the pleasing picture
Is no more. A hundred places along
the stream would make a paradise for
trout; but we saw only a solitary in
habitant of the stream, a species of
swift or lizard of a reddish brown
color, called In Spanish "Les Polones"
—the bald-headed. From these little
animals the cafion takes its name.
Leaving the .stream at last, we take
a winding path up tiie mountain on
our right, and alter climbing to the
bight of at least five hundred feet, find
ourselves confronting a ledge of rock—
our objective point—still far from the
summit. This is the
Discovered by Mr. Bell and owned by
him, In company with Governor
Downey. Mr. Potts, Mr. Desmond, and
another party whose name we did not
learn. The ledge is about a foot thick,
and Is well defined for a distance of
thirteen hundred feet. It rises like a
perpendicular well to a height of eight
or ten feet for a part of this distance,
The rock is genuine quartz, gold bear
ing, with a small proportion of silver.
Specimens from it have assayed nearly
ten dollars to the ton, taking both
metals together, and that from surface
rock. One of our party (a forty-niner,
by the way, wbese opinion is worth
something on almost any subject),
says that it presents one of the best
indications which he has ever seen. It
is what miners term in their vernacu
lar an A lead, tho lodge being shaped
something like the outlines of that
letter—rather thin at the top und grud
ually attaining a greater thickness as
it descends. There is evidence of a
great mass of rock at this place, and
If it should yield no more than ten dol
lars per ton throughout, as the speci
mens have assayed, the ledge will pay
handsomely for developing. It will be
Lying, as it does, so well exposed al
ready. The ore can bo conveyed to
the bottom of the cafion by chutes,
whence it is only a mile to the valley.
Over this distance a road cun be built
Without great difficulty or expense.
There |s abundance of wood and water
in the cafion for all mining purposes
such as would be required. I rom this
place we retraced our steps 1 art cf the
I way, and going further up the cafion
climbed another mountain, less lofty
than the first, where we foUndanother
TIIH ROUGH and HEADY.
Thii lodge is not so well defined per
haps as the first, but can be traced to
a considerable distance, where it again
crops out further up the mountain. It
is a quartz formation like the other,
and bears about the same proportion
of gold and silver. This also our au
thority examined carefully, and pro
nounced it good. This claim Is in the
hands of the same company as the Ca
hunga claim, and was also discovered
by Mr. Bell. The company will com
mence work on the two claims this
week, and will push them to a speedy
development. They are till men of
well known enterprise, and have in
vested sullicient means to give a thor
ough test of the ledges. They will
soon find whether they have fortunes
in them or not.
At the bottom of (he canon and near
the head of the stream, is another
ledge, owned by Mr. Plumnicr. It is
BL DORADO CI,AIM.
The rock is of dark bluish gray color,
containing pure gold without any ac
companying base metals. Specimens
have assayed over ten dollars to the
ton. Mr. Plummer intends to com
mence work upon his claim very soon.
He also has two other leads, called
respectively the Solito and the Elko;
the former was the first which was dis
covered in the cafion, and took its
name, being at the time .soMa—alone.
There are a few other claims iv the
section, but we did not visit them.
Down the cafion, we again reached our
conveyance, and were glad enough to
dispense with shanks' horses for the
remainder of the way back to Mine.
Plummer's hospitable quarters. Ar
riving there, we partook of a lunch set
out by the good lady, doing ample
justice to the substantial as well as
the cake and wine, for our stomach's
sake. We were never more forcibly
reminded of any adage than the old
one, drilled over in tbe Latin gram*
mar: Fames optimum condimentum
est. Certain it is, no sauce could have
sharpened our appetites like that three
hours' scramble over the mountains.
While we were waiting here, Mr.
Madigan and Mr. Matthews came
along, having been up in Nichols
canon lo view the spot where Vasquez
was captured. They told
A PITIFUL STORY
Concerning the wife of Greek George,
who, it seems, has been lying on a
sick bed for some days. She is with
out care, or even the necessities of life,
and is in a truly deplorable condition.
The two gentlemen, supported by the
members of our party, agreed to take
the matter in band at once and see
that the woman has proper attention.
We mention the case in hopes that the
authorities or private individuals will
see to it that the unfortunate woman
is properly cared lor while her hus
band is held here in jail.
The afternoon was waning when we
again reached the city, but the time
was considered well spent, and none
of tbe party will soon forget the trip
we had vii in the mountains.
These nurseries, the most celebrated
and extensive in Alameda county, arc
located in the City of Oakland and
have recently become the property of
Messrs. Geo. D. Davis and Geo. J.
Nicholson. The latter gentleman has
been Superintendent of the nurseries
for several years past. He is a thor
oughly educated and practical horti
culturist and botanist, and It is through
his knowledge and careful atten
tion that an enviable and wide spread
reputation has been gained for Kel
sey's nurseries. Mr. Davis is also a
practical gardener of great experience.
He is regarded as the best landscape
gardener ou the Pacific coast. The
combination of these two men makes
a firm which for a complete knowledge
ofthe business in hand is not often ex
celled. The already fair fame of Kel
sey's nurseries will grow brighter and
be more widely known. The stock of
rare flowers and- shrubbery now in
band is not excelled by auy nurseries
in the land, and arrangements are
making for adding largely to the tine
selections already on sale. Mr. Davis
is at present with us, and we under*
stand contemplates removing to this
city with his Family for the purpose of
establishing a branch of their popular
nursery here. He will confine himself
to the culture of flowers and orna
mental shrubbery. Mr. Davis has
traveled all over the State, and has
selected Los Angeles as the most desir
able point for liis business. He will
be a valuable acquisition to our city
Extend the Spring Street Railroad.
The Evening Express suggests that
the Spring Street Railroad Company
extend its road to the Plata. '1 his is a
good idea, and justice to the business
houses on Main street demands it.
(,'ustomers will trade with the houses
nearest the line of the road, and if
stopped at Temple's Bank, the trade
will be drawn to that point. The ho
tels should urge this matter, as tbe
extension of the road past them will
be a great accommodation to the
We call the attention of our readers
to an advertisement appearing in our
"want" column. A lady who has had
live years experience in a furnishing
store in San Francisco, is prepared to
do machine Be wing and shirt making
in a superior manner and at reason
able rates, at No. 0 iicaudry Terrace.
Look here, weary woman—there is
rest for you! Steam Will do your washing 1
The new patent Climax Wasner, Just Inteu
duccd in Los Angeles, ii a self-acting mu
chine, and dispels all dread of wash day. II
stops the line of the wash-boaftlj It stops all
the hand-rubbing and labor In washing; it
neither rubs, nor scrubs, pounds, nor man-
Hies,and therefore neither wears, lours, nor
Injures Ihe most delicate fabrics. II washes
uny clothing, no matter how dirty, from ihe
courses! blanket to the lines! lace,in from 8810
■Id minutes. As we are selling ihe Washers on
their own merits, we will deliver them to you
for your approval. ll' Ihey do not perform as
represented, yntl need not kocp them, fall
and gel one on trial,al the luU.I.AK STORE,
lU2 Slain sheet, |ais Angeles.
»%. The tide of Immigration la steadily iste
ting th, and the first thing eastern people do
is to throw away tli eir New York Hats and buy
h new one of Hi:sMo.M>. Tin y say there is no
comparison between the two, •
Look Ht Tlilm!
The only place in the city to get
choice Engravings, Chromos, Oil Paintings,
etc., is nt M. V. Ponet's, 06 Main street, where
you can bay them cheap for cash, or pay in
weekly Installments Of from 25 cents to |l, its
oartling to the amount purchased.
Agency Liverpool and London and
Qlobj insurance Company. Assets, 121,009,
--(HIO. Agency State Investment Insurance
Company, Fire nnd Marine. Assets, $.'!l>ii,ihmi,
at lhodriek's Hook Store, near Ihu Postaflloe,
THE GREAT RESERVOIR DISASTER
GREAT LOSS OF LIFE
Jay Gould Coming to California
LOM Of LITo by the Reservoir Disaster
SPRINGFIELD, May 17.—The latest
figures of the loss of life from the
breaking of the reservoirs are 144, dis
tributed as follows: Williumseurg,6o;
Leeds, 49; Haydenville, 85. These fig
ures only represent those known to be
lost. Bodies are constantly arriving.
It is impossible to give accurate
accounts of the losses. Besides
houses damaged and bridges destroyed,
meadow lands and roads sult'ered im
mensely. The amount must exceed
one million and is probably not less
than two millions.
Jay <<»iilil Coming to California.
NEW York, May 17.—1t is reported
that Jay Gould has gone to California
on business relative to a movement to
obtain control of Pacific Mail matters.
Rufus Hatch claims to hold proxies of
two-thirds of the entire capital stock,
and says there is no possibility of
Gould's project in that direction being
Tho New Atlantic Oniric.
London, Muy 17.—The steamship
Faraday, with the new Atlantic cable,
bus sailed from Gaviseno-
Collision in Wales.
London, May 17.—A collision oc
curred on the railway nt Merthyer
Tydel, Wales, seriously injuring about
The Carl Ist* Again.
Bayonne, May 17.—The Carlists are
harassing the Republicans in their in
trenchments near Bilbaa.
NEW YoitK,.May 18.—The Govern
ment of Guatamala has settled with
the British Vice-Consul, Magee, who
was whipped some time since by the
Commandant, paying Magee £10,000.
The Commandant was alive when the
Costa Rica left Guatemala.
Paris, May 17.—President MacMa
hon has accepted the resignation of De
Broglie's Cabinet, and has entrusted
to M. Gculard the formation of a new
Ministry, which is expected to be com
pleted to-morrow. M. Goulard, in ac
cepting the Premiership, declared that
his policy would be to carry constitu
tional bills through the Assembly and
Complete the prolongation of MacMa
non's powers. It is reported that
Goulard is forming the new Govern
ment from the Right Centre and Con
servatives and a portion of the Left
Centre. M. Magne and others of the
late Ministry will probably be re
tained. The latest advices from Ver
sailles mention Goulard as Minister of
Interior, Count Chaudery Minister of
Foreign Atl'airs, Magne as Minister of
Finance, M. Bodet, Minister of Public
Y\ orks, De BelliUgy Minister of Com
merce, Dcs Jardins Minister of Com
merce, Gen. Bertram! as Minister of
YYlutt the \< \* Ciovei-nmciit Intends.
London, May 17.—The new Govern
ment intends to revive titles of nobil
ity and to subsidize the clergy.
Tlic (iuirruor oir.-i-s a Itcmird for a
San FRANCISCO, May 18.—Governor
Booth to-day offered a reward of one
thousand dollars for the arrest of
Thomas C, Jordan, who on January
17, 1874, murdered Golsen Hickman,
in Tehama county, and fled to avoid
Belie! lor l lie Kuirerers.
Boston, May 18.—Several contribu
tions are being made in this vicinity
for the relief of the Mill River suf
I'ueilie Const I'iisi m.'ihtcrn.
New York, May 18,—Tbe following
Postmaster! have been appointed:
Hiram Willetts, at Willets, Mendo
cino county, Cal.; Edward G. Kut
ledge, Coprez, Pekiu county, Wash
Washington, May 18.—The cable
telegraph bill, introduced by Freling
huysen, proposes to give Celso
Moreno, Wm. B. Phillips and Havery
Onllery of New York, J. B. Haggin,
Lloyd Tevis, Thos. H. Selby, James
Otis, N. W. Spaulding, H. Durant,
Eugene L. Sullivan, Philip A. Roach,
Samuel Butterworth, John B. Felton
and (). H. LaGrange of California the
right to construct and maintain a line
or lines of telegraph cable to connect
the American and Asiatic coasts, on
conditions that the work of laying the
cable shall be begun within three
Houghton introduced a bill to-day
appropriating $80,000 for expenditure
hy the Secretary of War in turning
San Diego river into False bay.
Nesmith introduced a bill providing
for the adjudication and issue of pat
ents in Mission land cases in Oregon,
Washington, Idaho and Montana Ter
Commodore Garrison and others are
absent on an excursion to examine the
Atlantioand Paciflo Railroad lines and
Arrival of tho < hum Steamer—Suicide
—Two Miets In the Head.
San Francisco, May 18. — The
steamer Japan, from Hong Kong and
Yokohama, arrived this morning.
Frederick Knoltmyer of Fourth and
Clementina streets committed suicide
to-day, by snooting himself twice
through the head. The cause Is un
I.o» Angeles I.odjfc \o. 12. t\ A A. M.—
Tbe statcifincctiugs oi this Lodge are held on
tin' llrst Monday of each month at 7:30 J*. v.
Members of Peiitalpha, No. 202, and all Mas
ter Masons In good standing are cordially in
vited, ti. C. FOY, W. M.
CHAS. Smith, Secretary. avi2s-tf
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
County of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia. In the matter of the estate of Martin
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
administrator Of the estate of Martin Jasse,
deceased, to the creditors of and all persoi
havingclaims against the said deceased, tt
exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers,
within four nionUis after the first publication
of this notice, to the said administrators at
the ollice or MeConncll, Whitney & King, in
Downey's Block, Main Street, In the City of
Dated at Los Angeles, April. 1871.
a| 211-lw BAITISTE JASSE.
W ANTED-MESKItS. TUTrLEA
Lee want to rent or have bill It for
them rooms suitable for a photograph gallery.
Part lei having such, please address Clarendon
Hotel at once.
FIRST of JUNE.
He now has tho pleasure of Inforialng the
public that his
Which will enable him to
npp 1 y Wa tor
To tho lota enumerated below, are rapidly
And that on
THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE
The iollowliig lots will be offered for
SALE AT AUCTION
5 building lots near tho bridge crossing tho
Los Angeles Ulvcr.
Lots 10,20, 21 and 22 In Block 101, Bellevue
Terrace Tract, near the Woollen Mill.
Lots 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19 and 20, fronting on
Hope street nnd Bunker Hill arcane, between
Third and Fourth streets.
Lots 13, 11, 15, 17 and 18, fronting on Hope
street and Bunker Hill avenue, between
Second and Third streets.
Lots 11 and 12, fronting on Hope street and
Bunker Hill avenue, between First and See
Lots 12,13,15 and ltJ„frontlngon Hope street
nnd Hunker Hill avenue, between Court and
Lots 11,12, 13,15, 18,17,18 and 19, fronting on
Hope street and Bunker Hill avenue between
Temple and Court streets.
Lots 3, 4,5 and 0, fronting on Charity street
and Bunker Hill avenue, between Second and
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, fronting on Charity
street, between First and Second streets.
Lots 1, 2, 3.5, 6 and .7, fronting on Charity
•treat, between First and Court streets.
Lots 3, 6,7,8 and 9, fronting on Charity street,
between Court and Temple streets.
Lot 8, corner Olive and Temple street*.
ImU 4,5, 7 and 8, fronting on west bide of
Olive, between Court and First streets.
Lots 12 and 13, fronting on east side of Chari
ty street, between Court and First streets.
Lots 10, 14 and 15, fronting on east side of
Olive street between Court and First streets.
Lots 11, 14,15 and 17 on east side of Charity
street, between Court and Temple stroets.
Lots 2, 3, 5 and 0 on west side of Hope street,
between Fourth and Fifth streets.
Lots 9,11,12,13 and 14, east sldo of Flower
street, between Fourth and Fifth streets.
| jliots 1, 2,3,4,6, 6. 7, 8, 0 and 10, east side of
Hope street, between Third and Fourth
Lots 1, 2, 8,4,5, 8,7 and 8, east side of Hope
street, between First and Second streets.
Lots 1, 2, 3,1, .">. 6,7 jand 8, east side of Hope
street, between First and Court streets.
Lots 1,,2, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8, cast side of Hope
street, between Court and Temple streets.
Lois 10. 11,12, 1.1, 14, 15 and 17, Rlock 1, Beau
do Trad, mailing on Olive street, between
Second and Third streets.
Lots 3, 4, sand 6, Block 2, Beuudry Tract,
fronting on west side of Olive street, between
Second and Third streets,
Lots 10,11, 12, IS, 14,15, Id, 17,18 and 19, Block
2, Beaudry Tract, fronting on East side of
Charity street, between, Second and Third
Lots 16,17 and 18, In Block 3, Beaudry Tract
fronting on east side of Olive street, between
Third and Fourth streets.
lota 4, 5, 6,7 and 8, in block 4, Beaudry
Tract, fronting on west side of Olive street,
between Third and Fourth streets.
Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 10 and 20,
Block 4, Beaudry Tract, fronting on east sldo
of Charity street, between Third and Fourth
TERMS OF SALE:
■ One-half cash, and the balance in six
months, with approved note, bearing Interest
at the rate of one per cent per month. Five
per cent of purchase money, payable at time
of sale, and If not paid, the lot will be resold
at once to another.
Parties not wishing to give an approved
pptt, may obtain Five per cent premium for
CITY OF PARIS!
51 and 53 Main St.,
"W .A. L X I N G
WHICH WE OFFER FOR HALE
EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICE
Peryaid. li"> «»LrS. Nf yard.
AT R EDUCED PRICES
UJAHBHAM JE». YHTAB
S3 Piec«a Assorted BLACK SILKS, at
fretm SI SS to fS per yarA.
AN ENTIRE INVOICE
NEW STYLE SPRING GOODS,
Jast reealved S-um the Eust aad Karope,
whleli we oSer al
EXTREMELY LOW FIGURES.
KVCIEKE MKT KB * ****~
aiyl-tf Sucoestors to S. Latard A to.
"THE BAZAAR M
Has Just received ONE HUNDRED
LADIES' LINEN SUITS,
Which they are selling at the E.xtraordinaiy
Low Price of
50 Pieces Grass Linen,
IS C en I w pei' Ynrd,
<"l - -,1-tn" ......
Ladies' Linen Skirts
A full line of our celebrated
JOSEPH'S KID GLOVES
IN HUMMER SHADES, AT
On© Dollar pei* Petti*.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
On neeountof the roecnt panic la the East,
..11 goods*/ American rrtanntentorakae fallen
Kitty per cent, from last year's prioes, t..e
benefit of which we intend togive lothe pub
lic. The public will Judge of our.sinoerily by
giving us a call.
ISAAC NORTON & CO.,
Main and Roqucna Kit*.,
OPPOSITE THE U. 8. HOTEL. ap2fllf
Saturdny, May M «1 a
ENTIRE NEW STOCK
Gents' Furnishing Goods
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS'
MADE UP IN THE LATEST STYLE.
CARP er r &
•F ALL DHCBIPTI*NS,
Whle'i will be offered to the public at
Lower Rates than the Lowest,
The public are cordially Invited to attend anil
examine our immense iteck
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Nearly Opposite tho PostofYico.