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AI'IORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
BOOM No. 1 STRELITZ BLOCK.
A'l TOIIMtY AT 1-A W.
nil-it SANTA MONICA.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
i nORXEYS AND COUNSELLOR'S
* .n-i«w Rooms, 66,67 and 68 T»n
-IiLASSELL. CHAPMAN & SMIIHS,
(. TTORNEYS AT LAW,
Ot KICK -TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalm, U»
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F. P. Ramirez,
A I'TDUNEV AT LAW.
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Anite es. m2-lm
W. 11. U. Russell,
A ITORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
•TKuoma 2 nnd 3, Allen's Building,
corner of spring and Temple Sts. aloif
I'trloe and Residence—No. IS FRANK!,IN
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
I Wiysieian and 6*»arflreoii
k sidi iv c, Fort Hill, I Office, No. 19 Dow
e. etia Vista street. I neyßlock.upstalrs.
J. HANNON, M. I).,
I itIJNTY PHYSICIAN,
|> -tiMS » & 11, I.ANFK.VNCOBLOCK.
1 i Residence Downey Avenue, East
L.>s Angeles, uear the end of street rail
. iilli c hours from 10 to 12 A, M.; from 1 to
I P . M . ap2U-tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to No. 82 MAIN
HTKEET, over Hotter 4 Bradley's Furul
office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 to 0 nnd S
;o ». Residence—Buena Vista street.
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
OFFICE—Corner I.os Angeles and Ar
o®-|'ures all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to 12 a. m. aud from
I to 5 and 7 to 9 v. m. apiOtr
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
Ofloe. 13lB» Main Street
Having received a diploma from Prot.
Wilms and Dr. Auerbacti, of the Berlin,
Prussia, Hospital, I can confidently offer
my services to the cltlsens of Los Ango
lesforthe removal of corns, bunions,
chlldblnlns aud In g -owing nails by the
raon approved scientific methods. No
knives usod. Cupping and leeching also
Patients visited at their houses with
outextra charge. s2l-lm
FRENCH DRUG BTOREI
Has been removed from SIQNOrtET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
KRKNCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
prepared wltti great
C 3 I G- -A. H S !
paopuisrroa or the
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW BE FOUND AT
NO. O xxFRIIVG ST.,
At the Key West Cigar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Krenter manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO luto cigars of approved
brands. He also deals In all lines ol
Smokers' Arllole*. Olve him a call.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Mojave, Oct. B.—Col. Davis and
hoys, M L Hinman, W G Ayers,
R E Ferrer, 8 P Jewett and wife,
Miss A Bowers, J J Haden, W B
Gould, G Turner, J S Chapman
and wife, \V O Brien, Miss E M
Orann, H Hancock.
ll'' t iiMHltltllliMinl I'm.VMlttlnN,
| SARAMENTO, Oct. B.—Tile Coll
I venllon met at 1:30 P. M. yester
[dny. Leaves of ab-ence were
grunted as follows: Belcher, Chap-
Hint). Winans, Dudly, Farrel and
Van Dyke for one day; Barms
two days and Strong three days.
J. West Martin was sworn in.
McFarland assumed tbe Chair.
Estee, from the Committee on
Rules, presented a supplementary
report recommending the appoint
ment of the following additional
committees: On Agriculture,
Commerce ami Manufactures,
eleven membersjon Mining, ele\ eu;
on the Pantonine Power, nine;
Enrollment and Kugrossiiiir, nine;
Ilubor, Tide Waters and Navigs
■Me Streams, nine; Labor and Cup
: Ital, nine.
' On mution of Uarher two huu
dred Ci i>it-f* of ihe full report of the
Committee on Rules were ordered
printed lor members and mad ■ the
special order fur 11 A. M. to-morrow
Joyce, of San Francisco, drew at
tention to the omission of a Com
mittee on the Chinese Question,
which was paramount to all others.
Estee said that there was no In
tention on the part of the Commit
tee, ss some thought, to smother
the Chinese i|Uestlon. It was suf
ficient to have it considered by Ihe
Committee. On a call for ayes
and noes motion carried, Cap
a Committee on Lai
Committee on Rub
Barber • moved t
of a Committee o
tern. Referred to
Adjourned at 2:40 P. m.
Saokamknto, October Bth —The
Convention met at 10 a. m.
Tbe Chair announced the follow
On Preamble nnd Biil of Rights
—Van Dyke, Van Vorhies, Mill,
Freud, Ringnld, Noel, Boucher,
On Right of Suffrage—-Lagan,
McCullom, McGarvey, Glasscock,
Sweaty, Evey, Walker, Towntend,
Wyatt, Cross, Caples.
On Judiciary and Judicial De
Sbafter, Graves, Belcher, W. L.
Dudley,Eagan, llowurd, Campbell,
T'ully, G. V. Smith, Steele, Lame,
Hilborne, Waters, Duiilnp, Barry,
On Military Affairs—Barnes,
Holmes, Davis, Stedman, Mofl'at,
E. O. Smith, Harvey, Ohleyer,
Brown, Hunter, Estee.
On Education—Winans, Chap
man, Martin, Morse, Reynolds,
Herrington, Luinpson, Mansfield,
On City, County and Township
McFarland, Barbour, Hale, Hall,
Schell, Tlnnln, Reddy, Rolfe,
Barnes, Holmes, Mills, McCollum,
On State Institutions and Public
Buildings—Overton, Van Dyke,
Andrews, Keys, l.aine, Condon,
On Apportionment and Repre
sentation—Murphy, Swiug, Prontz,
West, Crouch, Wicks, Burt, Mc-
Connell, Inman, Mason.
On Miscellaneous Subjects—
Dean, Kenny, O'Donnell, O'Sulli
van, Schimp, Stevenson, Kelley,
On Future Amendments —Black-
mer, Web'ter, Dowling, German,
Herold, Grace, Lewis, Weller,
On Schedule, Moreland, Boirgs,
Joyce, Harrison, McComas, Nun a
her, Swanson, Vacquerel, Hughes,
Kleine, H. W. Smith.
On Reporting and Printing-
Shoemaker, Filcher, Ayers, O'Sul
On Privlledges land Elections —
Larkin, Stuart, C'owden, Rolfe,
Berry, Martin, Bhurtleff, Linden,
Nelson, McCoy, Hitchcock, Por
ter, G. V. Smith, Gregg, J. M.
On Mileage and Contingent Ex
penses, Hllhorn, Walker, Rhodes,
McNutt, Turner, Tuttle, Bell and
The Committee on Rules report
ed in favor of a Standing Commit
tee, known as the Land and Home
stead Exemption, of nlno mem
bers; also in favor of a Committee
on Judiciary and Judicial Depart
Murphy was called to the chair.
The printed mien, as reported by
the Committee, were considered
and adopted with some amend
ments in immaterial particulars.
Tn accordance with the rule, the
Convention took a recess of one
hour at 12 M.
Sinn rraiiclarit llit|»|>i.>tlu*a)-Tli*
Han Francisco, Oct. B.—Alex
Kutti, a molder employed at the
Union Iron Works, was killed last
night by a mold of an cngine-betl.
He was assisting in moving it,
when it fell on him. He was a na
tive of Ireland, aged 21.
The body of an unknown man,
evidently a sailor, was found float
ing in the bay off Broadway wharf
Jennings 8. Cox, former business
partner of the late Alex Austin,
was cited to appear before the Pro
bate Court this morning and an
swer regarding the property of the
late Austin, supposed to be in hia
possession, and show cause why
he should not surtender It to the
Publio Administrator. Neither Cox
nor Ills counsel appeared iv answer
to tbe citation, aud tho case waa
continued until to-morrow. The
citation is due to tbe possession by
LOS ANGELES. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9. LB7B.
Cox of letters from Ellio Wilton
and tier sister, Mrs. Bogart. Mean
time tlie letters have been obtained
under a writ of replevin. There
are seventeen of them, aud they
are now locked up in the
Sheriffs safe. Friends of Miss
Wilton admit that Austin undoubt
edly made her presents of money,
but not to any great extent. It is
als3 asserted that they were to have
been married on the lady's return
The Grand Lodge of Masons con
vened this morning.
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Bank of Cali
fornia to-day, the old Board of Di
rectors was re-elected, Adam Grant
being chosen to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by the death of Michael
Reese. The net earnings of tbe
bank for the year were $527,000.
Nothing is said about declaring a
dividend, it being understood that
tbe policy of tbe bank is to accum
ulate a strong- reserve fund.
Aunticlm—A Mill l.r MllVi-rMilo —
<»•!» licnta—BOM'ii S««r t*lmr.
Anahkim. Oct. B.— The miners
in Silverado are elated over the
prospect of having a mill. The
Blue Light Comyauy have an
nounced that one will lie in run
ning order in three or four weeks.
Hundreds of tons of known rich
ore await the mill's erection.
The corn crop of this territory
has turned out very well, the yield
being heavy. Flax has proved a
profitable crop. Odessa wheat has
successfully resisted the rust and
will be extensively sown here the
The Cujon Canal, for a half in
terest in which the Anaheim
Water Company jaid twenty
thousand dollars last month, will
he finished in two weeks, nnd a bar
becue will be held to celebrate tbe
event. The canal will irrigate
20,000 acres, bringing into market
thousands of acres of good laud
which would otherwise be of no
value for farming purposes.
The Black Star Coal Mining
Company have Just discovered an
other ledge of flue coal four and a
half feet wide. The force of miners
'"Ml bo increased on the fifteenth
' nr as soon as the mine Is]
• "utilated to permit
The coal of
'•' all the
Mank wa > forty _
Indians at last report
Carletoti, from Camp Rob:.,
has, by this time, reachatj tbe
country between Snake Creek I
and Niobrara River, through
which the Indians are
expected to pass. A courier from
Cvi leton's comniund on Snake Creek
has arrived at Sidney and reports
that Carlton's advance scouts dis
covered the Cheyeuneson tbe night
of the Bd, thirty-five miles south-i
east of Snake Creek Station,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He has the LARUEHT,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT 111 Southern
California. His old customers and the
Subtle will find it the place to get BEST
TYLBS and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to tbe prin
cipal teentlemen of the city, lor whom he
has made clothing.
MSVNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good lilting suits. dec3o-tf
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Go,,
[Suceossors to Littleflold, Webb & Co.,]
Slti ami 318 Washington. Street,
Solicit consignments of nil kinds ot
country proiluce*. Make prompt returns:,
advance liberally on approved ship
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
Thlfl Dryer, patented August 7th, 1877,
avoids many objections lound In other
dryers, it is rapid in Its work, very eco
nomical, dries dlflurent articles at the
same time, viu not damage fruit by
overheating and ladles unassisted cau
manage it. Has always given
I 3 W, IC X,
FROM $75 TO S6OO.
For circulars or Information, address
GEO. H. PECK, Agent,
a2B b I Monte, Cut.
'View of Marriage!
EamapnoaHMMß \ nunin to Wedlock and
iVlll ™.fil a™ I ""H'i'iitial Tn»li«o on ih*
aiß'lklf »1V 1J Hint ol liiiirtiiiKO mil 111*
nHajMHßHßßßHpi:«tisrathiit unfit IoV it than.
N < r *i* °f Reproduction Bin
Tllllill WfcJ »4 A \«ni*. tor private, COMld.
IiFJJHLVHvr"-" ■"«■ <»if* rM
A PKIVATt MtDICAL ADVISER'
Onalldiiordenul c rrivato Nftturo aruinK trom Sell
Abuse. Bxces.es, or Secret Diaeaeos, vua Ui. b..i
iumii. of cure, L'J. Inrpe p.ge.. price 30 ct».
A CLINICAL LECTURE on thenhore diiea.rt nnd
Inowul the Throat and Lunge, Ca.varrh,B.upture,Uw
l.i'herbooh cent potfpeldnn receipt ot price . or » ;! llirce,
c'liitalnlnir lilurtratea, lur 7* cti.
Adoreu En. BUTTS. No. UN. eXh St. at. Louie. He.
Dry Goods and Fancy Goods.
DILLON & KENEALY
Beg lo Inform their patrons ami the public Hint they are now rpcelvinc
the LARGEST and CHOICEST stock of DRY GOODS and FANCY
GOODS ever imported to Los Angeles. Our buyers in New York and
Europe have purchased the LATEST and MO-.T STYLISH goods
manufactured at 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 Stylo and Variety,
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!
1 T.me of Best Brands Ginghams and Yard-wide
DILLON & KENEAL
Having purchased the platan and entire picturo-Iramlng uusluess ot Ihe lain
Arm ol UDhaia & Rae, ami added the same to our own extensive slock, we are now
prepared to make FRAME* one .per than ever. We keep constantly on hand a
larKo and varied stock of MOULDINGS ot every stylo and finish, and guarantee
our work to be nf the very hest description. AUo, a flno assortment or KNUttW
-INQH PHOTOOKArHS, etc. iirins fn your PIOTURES and have them Irained
tar a small sum. FRAMES of all styles conslantly on hand, together wllh our
kJge and varied stock of Forel ß n and Domestic DRY GOODS and JSOTIONS.
MTBABY UAURIAUES AT LOW TRICES."S»
Just received, MME. DEMOREST'.-t FALL PATTERNS. All tilt latent Now
York and Paris stylos. Catalogues mailed free to any address,
••r Don't forget the place, ai the
DOLLAR STORE, No. 25 Spring Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
tfuc F. J. CILLMORE. Proprietor.
R G7 UANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SELL ALL KINDS OF
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Successful Machine on the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in the WOI*ET>
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
«a-DON'T FAIL TO CALL AUD SEE US.
"'II *uj lo»»- Can b« ml
?ft*N Mian I i mi.: Ibi, in I Bm.hrt <"'J
ll.lnc In Htatu-il |r*k. 81H.I M * Nl.'f ArTI'RKR of (In »onJ*rr\il
"Bla>ndi\ tivnoscopc." *■>.! &o a„...«< rw> •»»>»•
anioln '■ Konui* Chart." *to im Mai lad fur 25 •*■<■■
Sampli Chart, » c«. S»ml part*] tarO for Ml partWulan. ». S.-4
hll-e MTUICMBtBU DII.U an IMB ful null |.roi,i(iliJ auf i.rtui*
•ai.t. I bj u*nti or aoaauoiarl, uf Aiatrli'an or Foralgh inaka
o. v wtvant. feu " iiArnn■ uu WiUhmii., vUmio,
By tbe I.tike Vineyard Land aud Water
Atitioctatlon, the beat Orange and Semi-
Troploal Fruit Laud In tbe Htate. Watef
right goes with the land. Apply to the
office of P. Ueaudry. No. 81 Mew High Mt.
auistl F. W. WOOD, Secretary.
Now being erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTUAL SOUIEL'Y, on Temple street,
Los Angeles City, 1400 feel from the junction of Spring and Main streets, which is
considered the center of busiuess.
< iThe Pavilion lot has a frontage of 200 feel, on Temple street nod extends back to Sand street, a depth ot 3111 feet. The abo»
cut represents tne Temple street tmm. The sand street front Is reached by easy grade, with no stairs. Tin.' Pavtlon consists
of a main hall, two stories lilgli, with a Irontage of 76 feet, by a depth of 182 feet, with an annex :»x*» feet in the rear, to tw
devoted to the purposes of a stage, and annexes on each side 50x50 feet, two a orles In height, one to be devoted to the pur
poses of aMachlHery Hall and the other to an ArtUahery. In the angles, in iront ot these annexes, one-story apartment*
will be constructed4ox3.! feet each, which will be 112x76 feet,and, with the extensive gallerles. will have ,a seating capacity of
4.000. The Pavlilon complete presents a frontage ol 170 leetby a depth of 161. The main central hall is now being built, and
th- wings will be added as soon as the nnaneesuf the Society wilt permit. The Directors intend to buttd only so far as they
can pay. and are firmly resolved to Incur no indebtedness.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION, j I
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878.
AU Premium* will be pnkl In coin except when otherwise specified. Liberal Premiums are being offered in the following
departments: Flrst—Agiicullural Implbmeutw, Vehicle*, etc. S-eond—Textile Fabrics and materials Irom which they ax*
made. Third—Mechanical Products, Musical Instruments, etc. Fourth—Agricultural Products, Flowers, etc. Fifth—FrulU,
Fruit Trees. Raisins, Wines and Brandies, yixth—Fine Arts.
LOCAL DEPAHTMENTK.-ln order to give each locality exhibiting products at the Fair ample credit for their productions,
each town, neighborhood or school district applying for space will be allowed a department ot its own, which will be properly
designated, and will be as large as Is consistent with the capacity of the Hall and the applications for space.
This is the largest Hall south of Han Francisco in this State, and the prospects are good that ttie approaching Fair will be 1
the largest ever held in Southern California. The Central Pacltio Ra.lroad Company will transport all articles exhibited at
the Fairover their respective routes FKBK OF CH.AKGE. Freight being paid on them to the Fair will be returned up»n re
shipment by the same owner and exhibition of certificate of Secretary that tbe s une ha-s hern exhibited. Wells, Fargo £
Co. 's Express Co. will carry free of charge all articles sent to the Fair for exhibition not exeeedins ten pounds in weight. Ar-~
rangements are being made with the Steamship Company to carry freight aud pusst tigers at t lie usual reductions, particulars
1 of which will he published as soon as definite arrangements are completed.
EXCURSION TRAINS are being organized on all the roads centering at Los Angeles. These trains will carry passengers to
and from Los Angeles at less than half the regular rates, and ample time will bo given excursiouh ts to visit ihe Fair aud ex
amine the city aud county. The excursion t rain from the north will s nrt from San Francisco. Particulars In regard to the
running of these trains will be made public at an early day. j
The Society will liavfc In its Pavilion this year more sna i an any Fair ever before held in Sout hern California, and yet tbe
applications fnr space are so much greater than fv; r (.♦*(*»re iha: those desiring to exhibit should lose no time la making ap-
to the superintendent. Town* uu<i neighborhoods nhould take steps at once to secure a crodltable repre
lilies. Wo marge i i made for spaces or entries. Each exhibitor must hold, however, a Sea
- hist and Rules and Regulations sent free on application to the feeretary.
" ~ * n *' ad vertfued.
- " t. ,t>th SHORE, President.
Id reply to the libelous article circulated by the editor 01 L,a
forma on August 30th last, the following statement, bcimj the actual
condition of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angelei at the
close of business on Saturday, August 3lst, IS7B, is, by the order of
the Board of Trustees of said Bank, given to the public:
STATEMKNT OF" THtB COINDITION
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles,
At the close of business, Saturday, August 31st, 1878:
Cash on band $114,438 04
Cash with correspondents—
First National Gold Bank, San Francisco $IH 1181 29
Bank of California, San Francisco 17,817 17
London & San Francisco Bank (Llmiieilj, W. F. 757 42
Agency of Bank of California, New Y0rk....... 3,908 -17
Total Cash 152,897 39 .
Loans and discounts 746,427 70
Bonds and warrants 0,179 19
Bank building 18,000 0,11
Vaults and fixtures 8,614 80 !
Ileal estate, taken in foreclosure of mortgage- 10.518 70 i
SO 12,637 78
Capital, paid up in gold J471.000 00 '
Reserve fund ■ 0,000 00
Total capital 526,000 00 |
Surplus and uudtvided profits :'" -
Due depositors ■. .' 3'
E. A O. E. Los Angeles, August 31st, 1878.
J. V. WACHTEL, Book!
We have examined the books and counted the cash, and
correct as per this statement.
Signed: L. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN S. GRIFFIN,
C. E. THOM,
O. W. CHILDS,
The Board of Trustees of tho Farmers' aud Merchants' Bank
of Los Angeles.
State of California, \
City and County of Los Angeles, j
Isaias YV. Hellmau, President of the Farmer*' and Merchauts' Bauk
of Loa Angeles, aud John Milner, Secretary of said Bauk, being sever
ally duly .worn, each for himself deposes and says: That tho foregoing
statement of the actual condition of the assets aud liabilities of said
corporation is true and correct to tbe best of their knowledge and belief.
ISAIAS VV. HELLMAN,
JOHN MI LNER.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo at tbe city and county of Log An
geles, California, this 9th day of September, A. D. 1878.
slOlm ISeal..] JAMES C. KAYS, Notary Public.
Congregation B'nai Berith.
The selling and renting of seats in tho
Synagogue will take place on SUNDAY,
October 6th, from 10 A. m. till 12 M. at
the basement of the synagogue. All In
formation regarding pews nnd seats can
thereafter be obtained from the Secretary.
Office with Manning A McMenomy
Plumbers, tsn. 3o Central Block, Spring
street. H9-t octl
Montana Meat Market.
FKIKI.INOKK iV FKA.NK, (TJtt
Tbe best nnd icndt n->.< Me»t*A£jsiW
In the macfcet. None biu tbe IBWiaV
Prlmeat Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note Uieaddreu—Mon
tana Meat Market, Main Street, near
Ftrk. Loa ajuwlm
MHffrH •■»' Mon»u« »•»« •tatuwr »™i
Corner orBPRINO and MARKET streets.
W. H. NORTHS RAFT
Has been engaged In tbe business of
Auctioneering and other branches ot
trade for 25 year.-*.and feels warrant- d In
saying that he can give satisfaction, la
uuy business entrusted to his care.
•TCABII paid for Household tua
Kitchen Furnituie, Horses, Wagons and
Uuggies and all other articles of value*
REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY.
Will RENT HOUSES and furniak
household and farm help.
•**• Advances made on consignment*.
Commissions on money loaned, one par
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
<>.' I. >s Angeles City aud County.
Pit .State, County and City T.teonw
■ nkuu out Oct. Ist, Md 9, and k,'pt up
uninterrupted to tbe present date.
With J. G. He Turk, No. I MARKETS*.,
two doors above Wells, Kargo A
Regular Sale Ihus for horses, car
riage*, lurnliure, etc., Wedne>days ami
Saturdays from 10 o'clock a. to «
o'clock p. m. Cash advance* made «■*
i-onsicoments. Cash pahi or nil knvs
■ >f liootls.wnren aii't mci chamiwe, Charge*
the '-live and le' let 11 v' bisi .
N X.-No reat estate *okl except by
auction. Charges on ie.u estate safes
tne per cent.
K. W. NOYF-2, Auctioneer,
HI. JE&- BROWN,
Auction aud Commission Merchant,
I'wo doors r'list of old stand, on Court fit.,,
Souih of Court House.
oar Regular Sales on Saturdays, front t
i. m nil ir, m. special sales made at
my time or pine*. Cash paid for ail
tlnds ol goods.
Reference, b permission: R. E. Hyde,
'resident Han. ot Vtsalia; £. E. S pence,
'ashlerCommeielal Bank, L. A.
sl2tf H. R. BROWN, Auctioneer.
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased Hie stock and to-
Inrrs of the well known Jewelry Storeaf
Mr. T. w. siockpole, adding thereta a
larye and entirely new assortment Of
troo.is, we pre ar« prepared to nhow H«
citizen* or Los Angeles nnd vicinity oa*
<>f ihe ilnesiand best selected •toek* la
be ft mud lit the State, which will MeeM
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be In reoalpt dsjsdt
the latest novelties in watehee. enei*S.
jewelry, etc., to which lln iillwiiTtlsfljf
the public is especially Invited.
In spectacles we have a large and*s)*
ried assortment, and are the exelwjß
»gents in Souibern Californiaaf tn«M|
euruted I.aKerus A Morris |— "itrtrp OiO
tticles. which we claim are fh» OB>e*llsi
Mr. stack pole will remain li. ossriSlt
ploy, having exclusive control « ]
woik department, nnd, as ntnfc.fcMWHE
pool a I attention will bu given to wiJB
pairing of rine watches and
We shall be happy to s*-e
frlewds und the public at large.
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