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VOL. X.
«vm> morning eicepl Mon
day,
BY
■ « ».-. K i j u D. lynch.
e-RNIS FOR DAILY HERALD:
i*er annum, hy mall or express *10
Mlit months " " °
Thrjc months " " ~ 8
oedvered by carriers, per week .25 cents
10. ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
- ittihltsbed every Hiiturdu.- niorninß.
TKKMS.
•.me w:,Uy milt oro«press,onßOopy..s3'Jt
Mix ,„>uiha. " " " " ■•} H
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rat «,
fill Hluils ol Job-Work done to
m.etc with Nnw ITaatiseo In
•■.ii c.my 1.-, mi,l eieirnueool Work.
■ M««,l,lllP.
LAWYERS.
jT aTgbavesT
AIiORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
BOOM Nh. 1 HTRi.LITZ BLOCK.
atr
" JOHN C. MOBUAN,
AI'TOIIiNKY AT LAW
mrttf SANTA MONICA.
VHOWARD. F. H. HOWARI
J. BROS-EAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
» PTQRNKY* AND COUNSELLORS
j\ ATI.W/. Roms, 88, 87 and 68 Tern
i. •■ lltouk, third floor, Los Angeles.
l.'bS-tf
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and I
Ducommun • Block, corner Main A
(.nnmerclal .treats, Los Angeles. may7-tl
A.OI.AHSH.I.. O. H. SMITH
A R. CHAPMAN, H.M.SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
AT LAW,
Or- WICK—TKMPLK BLOCK up-slutrs, Lv,
■\ ~ H.i'allloniiK. nna-tf—?
F. P. Ramirez,
attounkv at bAW.
. .f r JCK -V. mple Block, No. Ti, I ns
A'ige es. niMni
IW. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
MTBaamt a and 5, Allen', Building,
jiorner of rtpnng and Temple at". "Mill
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Klrkpatrick.
.'rnce and Residt.ioo-No. 15 FRANKLIN
h i kk k r. teM-Iro
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
l'l>ywloiuu end Pargeon
X -sidenre, Fort QUI, | Offlco.No. 19Dow-
Buena Vista street. I ueyßlock.upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
{ (lUNTY PHYSICIAN.
ti .uMHU&It, I,AN FRANCO BLOCK,
it Beslliflnoa Downey Avenue, East
|, - Aftjtfie, near tlie end of streel rail.
" iVirW liours from 10 to 13 A. H.; from 1 to
i v. apSU-tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to No. 82 MAIN
STKEKI', over Duller « Bradley's Fuinl
''VmfocHours—From 10 lo 12 . 410 0 0,1(1 8
o ». Residence—Buena Vlsla street,
myltf
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
(;IIINESE DOCTOR.
OrfFltjE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
cadia streets.
09rcurew all kinds or diseases.
offlce hours from 9 to 12 a.m. and from
| to 5 aud 7 toO P. M. ap3otf
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
pffjoo. Main Street
Having received a diploma from Prot,
Wilms and Dr. Auerbuch. of the nevlla,
Prussia, Hospital, I can oonndenily offer
my services to the citizens of Los Ange
les for the removal of corns, bunions,
cbi Idblalns and In g owing nails by the
most approved scientific methods. No
Knives used. Cupping and leeching also
nerfouned.
QHAROE3 REASONABLE.
Patients visited at their houses wl'li
put extra charge. s2lrlm
FRENCH DRUG BTOREI
V. CHEVALIER'S
DBTJG STORE
Has been removed from MIuNoWEI'S
BLOCK lo
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa sjtore.
pIIENpH AND OTIIKR FOUKJQN
PATENT MEPIC HES.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aVPreaoilpltous prepared witli great
nare. ditf
gPH FASHION m&
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses nnd Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kepi, constantly nn
hand for the accommodation of the pub
lic. Horsei Boarded hy the day. week or
month at reasonable rales: I'onveyancos
furnished for private or public occasions
St the sttortest uolloe and. upou as reas
jfiijtie terms a s * l * n J r
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
JaUtf WILSON A YOUNO, Prop's.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
f H««enaera Uulua fc«ntii.
Mojave, Oct. 16.-S J Harris, W
Minlo, Theo Wagner, W Curtis
and wife, Mr Cauld and son, Miss
Blythe, Mrs M C Jnhuson, S Levy
and wife, Miss Kosle Myers, E *
Brooks, Stewart A'cClure, Mrs
(loss, M It Hulne ami fumily, R M
Bower*. P Cusennve, Mies Ada
Pratt, J F Waters, J C Waterman.
M> x1.m.l f,tl<.|!l*«-i,<;«'.
City OF Mexico, Oct. 16—The
campaign ordered l>y the Mexican
Government against tlie LI pan and
Kiekapoo Indians, whose border
raids were especially annoying to
Ihe Uniied Slates, tins ended suc
cessfully after much hard work,
{'resident Diaz has ordered a simi
lar campaign against other trouble
tome tribes of Sierra de Carmen
and Sierra de lo* Lecoleros. These
are Ihe most turbulent Indian
tribes, and have shown no more
respect fur Mexican than Ameii
! ran propel ly uud life.
Hi.l, tr. DCI.C-. 11Nt1,.!..
San Fkancisco, Oct. isth.—
i Wheat, stagnant; shipping, $1.62}
®I.6S;ohnice mlllliig,sl.67|. Barley,
uncliangtal. Oats—iales, Wash
ington Territory, $1 35; Culilornl i,
SI 15©1.37j Corn, huge sales; mall
yellow, $1.17}; large white, $1.16.
Rye- *1 [email protected] lluv—lales, sla
hie, $10J©11, stock, [email protected]; alfalfa,
$10 Potatoes, uiichauged.
11,.- C'oiiTnnllou.
Sacramento, Oct. 10.—The Con
vention assembled ut 10 o'clock.
Martin, of Alameda, presented a
memorial declaring the Sabbath or
Sunday a day of rent. Referred to
Committee on Preamble and Rill
of Rights.
Miller, of San Francisco, from
the Committee on Chinese, re oui
mended the Convention to memo
rialize the President and Senate of
tlie United States to modify tlie
Bnrlingame treaty so as to prohibit
Chinese immigration. Adopted,
aad Committee 011 Chinese instruct
ed to prepare such memorial.
Hiluorn, from the Committee on
Contingent Expenses, reported a
resolution requesting the Secieta
ry of Slate to ivpmt ihe quantities
of stationery already supplied tile
Convention. Hill.olll stated tha'
tlie Board of Examiner* construed
tlie law that all stationery supplied
the Conve lion was to be cliurgetl
to the 8150,000 appropriation, Mc-
Com is i'outeo(le4l, limn the Word
ing of the law, ihtu siationeiy wa»
not to be included In the appropri
ation. The revolution Was adopted.
Adjourned.
I xl4li.hr It. : tie M, ;K e It..hit. r..
Dcs Moines, la., Oct. 10 —Doug
lass Gooilale, of the lute Dead wood
stage robber*, was arretted ut At
lantic, Cass POUOty, yesterday. He
had deposited in his father's sale
$10,01)0 of the money and time
gold vvulches, together With silver
ware taken from passengers. Three
more of the robbers were arrested
at Adair last evening. One of their
pal* bad mad* a thorough confes
sion to tlie detective.
Hli«.i ii,,< K('l<ul,ll4.Hbw 1.1 lohii Be
lieve.
Dcs Moines, Out. 10.—The Re
publican Siai,. Central Committee
last night unanimously decided
thut Ihe October election was valid,
und that any election held in No
vember will be Illegal und void.
Numerous lawyers of eminence
discussed the eonsiltutionul points
Involved very fully with the above
result.
Nemo lu-urr.'CO,»i. It, ftll.«.l»Ml|»|,l
Natchez, Oct. 16—A courier
arrived from Waterproof, Louis
iana, this afternoon reports thut
twenty-live hundred armed ne
groes surrouuded Waterproof to
day and threatened to burn and
sack the town. It Is supposed that
they burned J. Semega's place on
Lake St. John, four miles below-
Waterproof. A call for armed as
sistance was made on Natehez.and
one hundred men leave here on I be
ferry boat to aid the whiles at Wa
terproof if net ded.
InvestlgMlMfl lllil.il.
Chicago, 111., Oct. 10.—Assist
ant U 8. Attorney Sherman, of
New York, began taking testimony
to-day regarding Hon. 8. J. Til
den's connection with railroad
mm tern in tbo West and his Income
thereby derived. Commissioner
Hayne presided at the Inquiry.
The nftic. t» of the Northwestern
Railway were examined, but could
throw no light on the mutter of the
income. Most of their books which
thi- Commissioners desired were
destroyed in the great Chicago flre,
and the remainder were at the ser
Vice of the Coin mission, which
finally adjourned to meet at the
Northwestern offices to-morrow.
Tlie IMIvM iMatllL.a lv » ■-»,,ie
Little Heck, Aik., Oct. 16.—
Information from Baxter county ia
received to the effect that tlie dis
tillers have eunk their stillx in ihe
bayou, huve uliaiidnned their forti
fied works and scattered, Tlie
ulurni was taken from the put)
lislitil dtipatchei from Washinc
ton. P
i-> altt'bfei.eMlsf M..ii»ii.«e.
Nashua, N. H., Oct. 16—The
State Prohibitory Convention to*
day nominated Ana A. Kendall for
Governor.
*«i.Mi«.r jf'.rrin Nevßteetett,
Montpeliek, Vi , Oct. 16 —The
Senate and House in joint assem
bly elected Justin S. Morrill as
United States Senator.
O. ISIIHI.
New Orleans, Oct. 16.—Weath
er clear. Thermometer 81. Deulis,
26; cases reported, 110.
Will ,i,»t I'repnre for i\ November
Election-
Burlington, la., Oct. 16.—Chair?
man pnncaii, of the Democratic
ftongressional Cnmmittee, has de
emed nut to oall a cnuveutlon
to nominate candidates for the
November election, being advised
lo this effect by promiueut lawyers
of the State. Tbe legality of the
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17. LB7B.
October ehctiou will be referred te
Congress.
Trylua ■<« K«l*a a Itellslou* War.
Bombay, Oct. 16 —The Ameer of
Afghanistan is endeavoring to raise
a religious war among the Moham
medans of Central Asia against
Kng and.
Blamarlt'a Nanliew < ~l l(, »lf. M,|.
rifle.
London, Oct. 10.—A dispatch
from Venice says Count Vnu Bis
niark, nepliew of the German
Chancellor, commuted suicide ut
Venice yesterday by shooting him
self Willi a revolver. The uct was
caused by physical sufleriug.
Uiamnrck'a Tr..u1>,,*,.„■,. Bill.
Berlin, Oct. 16.—The Reichstag
to-day rejected paragraph 16 of the
Socialist Bill, authorizing the ex
pulsion of agitators from towns.
The rejection was in consequence
ofadlttereoce between tlie National
Liberals and Conservatives, the
latter eudeavoring to intro
duce au amendment increasing
the stringency of tlie paragraph.
NKW ADVERTISEMENTS.
EIGHTH
ANNUAL FAIR
OF THK
So vi tli or 11 District
Agricultural Assoc'n,
To Commence on the 14th
AND END ON
Th 3 19th of October, 1878,
— AT —
Los* . utr/eles Oitj , Cal.
SPEED PROGRAMME.
■Southern District Agricultu
ral fSociety.
CORRECTED PROGRAMME.
The following Is the programme, as
finally arranged,oi tb« southern i»i>trlct
Agricultural Association's Kwlr, tocom
mence October Utu aud close Saturday,
uctobcr 19th:
FIRST DAY.
Trotting Race—For nil hoi sea in the
District who liHve i ev»r beaten 8 min
utes Pat e.SiCO; first horse. $1.0; sec
ond, $G0; Lhird, »20.
<J m Durfee enter* br h Inca
She Woodford Mambriuo; dam
Gretcheu.
L II Titus enters b k Bullet
Sire Kcho; dam unknown.
E W Noyes enter* b m Flora Wiley
Sire Ameiiian Boy; dam unknown.
Running—One-quarter mile dash; free
for all. Purse, $io.
J 8 DeTurk enters s g Welkin* John
-Sire Van VV ngner; dam unknown.
D ; Dickey enters bm Nelly Grant
Sire Sacramento; dam unknown.
Circus Foister enters br in Flora
» SECOND DAY.
Trotting—2:4o class: mile heats, 3in 6:
pur*e, $200; first horse, $1.0; second
norse, $00; third horse, $2).
Frank O'Neil enters br g Apprentice Boy
Hire, Tbe Moor; dam Kitty Hoover.
0 A Durtee enteis bl g Tom stout
Sire, The Moor; dam by Argyle.
C Walters enters g Cade
Running-Fry for all not thorough
bred; -olle dash to rule; purse, $U0; first
hor&e, $75; tecond,s2s.
Francisco Figue.oa enters a c Monitor
Andres Machado enters...b m [no name]
Francisco FstuulUo enters
b m Lady Fleet
11 J Anderson enteis g g Butcher Boy
J H Myers enters s h Tower
Ueo A Johnson enters br h Cadet
THIRD DAY.
Trotting—2 50 class; mile heats, Bin 5;
purse, $2UO; first horse, $r:0; second, $00;
tbird,s2u.
C A Dv ffee enters br h Inea
LH Titus enters b g Bullet
F O'Nell enters br g Apprentice Boy
Running—Hal -mile heats; purse, $150;
first horse, $90; second hor»e, $46; third
horse. $15.
J S DeTurk enters s g Walking John
R J Anderson enters gg Butcher Buy
ii M Johuson enters b in Nina H
Hire Woodburn; dam Lulu Jackson,
by Jack >• alone.
S D Shroud enters a h Bowhocks
hire Little John; dam unknown.
Marcus Horster enters br m Flora
(jeorge A Johnson enteis ..'...,„
„ b m Maid ef the Mlat
Sire Norfolk; dam Eva Comb*.
FOURTH DAY,
Running—For three-year-olds, raised
and owned In the District; mile heats, S
In 6; purse, $200; first horse, 8120; second
horse, $60; lhird, $20
Francisco Flgueroa enters se Monitor
Andres Machado enters....b ni [no name]
D it Dickey enters bg libap
(i«o A Johnson enters Llleen Alanab
Sire Noifolk; duui Eva Combs.
FIREMAN'S RACE.
First Prize. $S0 nnd Silver Cup valun
950 Sec-ml Prize, sliver CU) ; value, $30.
Half-mile run aud to draw WO-pound
hose wagon.
!• mil* Los Angelea Fire Company
Tnlrtx Eights. No. Tj Confl.ience to >o.
2; Ananeiiu Fire Co.; Wilmington Fire
Co.
FIFTH DAY.
Awarding < t stock premiums, com
mencing at 10 o'« luck a m
i alles' Hiding— I'rlze-: Gold mounted
riding wb p to best equestrienne; sliver
mounted whip to second,
'lo iruMmcnt—Purse of $ri>; first, $25;
econd, $ 5.
Entiles or this day can be made up to
the morning ot *ume day.
SIXTH DAY.
Trottln* Race—Two-mile hea's, free
for all; pur>*\ $'j&Q; fiSt horse, $150; sec
on i, $75; third, $15.
C A Durfee enters bl g Ti m Srout,
L X i Hui enters b x Bullet
C Walters b g Cade
Hunmns-Two-aMd-one half mi led ash;
free fur all hot>es iai***.t and owned in
the Dist ict. Purs". $250; rtrsi horse,
$i&Ol second horse, $75; tnird, $25.
Francisco Es udlilo enters
bm i adv Feet
D R Dickey enters., b . om Knra n
Jas I'arr enters bm Lady Compromise
Geo A Johnson enters , ......
bm Maid ofthe Mist
Geo \ Joiinson • n era br h Cadet
H M Johnston outers bm Nina t'.
By order of
W. WOODWOUTII,
Pres'dent of CoramiLtec.
8. H. MOTT.Hecretaiy.
Evergreen Laundry.
WASHING
Called for and delivered to any part
of tbe city, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
Order, can be left at tbe bookstore or
Mr Ham Hellman. Bering mi. olSti
tfnSOVO fI.ATED WATCHIt.
4 In tb* kno.u ..rid. B«ai>u w .v b Fre.
•J}a*l. Armta. !■■ A. OmtmtAM Co., CtttoM*
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
B°* 3_ M
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CD |IH7?SJO
fff Al% l™ -A
P S ~ oi? J U
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ATTESNTIOM !
Having purchased tho picture and entire ploture-framlng business of the lato
firm ol Upham 6s Rae and added the same to our own exteuslvo stock, we are now
prepared to make FRAMES Che per than ever. We keep constantly on hand a
large and varied slock of MOIILDINUB oi every style aud finish, und guarantee
our work to be of the very best description. Also, a fine assortment of KNU HAV
ING.-*, PHOTOGRAPHS, etc. Bring In your PICTURES aud have them iramed
or a small sum. FRAME** of all styles constantly on hauu, logetber with our
urge uud varied stook ol Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
WBABY CARRIAGES AT LOW PRICES."W
Just received, MMB. DEMOREST'S FALL PATTERNS. All the latest Now
York and Paris atylea. Catalogues mailed free to any address.
avDou't forget the place, at the
DOLLAR STORE, No. 25 Spring Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
si"i ra J. CILLMORE- Proprietor.
WAR, W JSJR.^r^JFLI
IN THE >-
DRY GOODS BUSINESS.
E. lavi:r\lX
OFFERS
875,000 WORTH OF GOODS '
TO BE SOLD AT
Less TlxeLn. Cost,
—To Retire from Business.
Prices no object. Come and examine my stock, and
satisfy yourself. NO HUMBUG. Great reduction in
prices at wholesale. • ' .
E. LAVENTHAL,
HELLMAN BLOCK, cor.Los Angeles & Commercial Sts.
od-tf
South California Pork Market,
No. 17 l&AIN STREET,
Will furnish customers with none but
flrst-clasasMeata, Haulages, Head-Cheese,
Pates of all kinds, Ham. Baoon, Poultry,
Kgga, Cheese and Butter, shop opan
trom »a.m. to r. m. Moats delivered
I lo (til parte of tbe city Urea.
Montana Meat Market.
FRtELINOER A FRANK, ffPtt
The best nnd tendereat
In the market. None but tba s»»s»m
Prlmoet Beef and Mutton
ever to ba found. Note tbe addreaa— Mon
tana Meat Market. Main Street, near
First. IrOS Anaelee
Now being erected by the SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTUAL SOCIETY, on Tempi* »ifw*t,
Loa Aug.'it s City, 1400 ieet from the junctiou or rtprin* aud Main street a, which U
considered tlie center of business.
The Pavilion lot has a fron'aije of 200 fewi, on Temple street and extends back to Band street, a d rtie *
cut iepre*ent« ihe Temple street ir-mt. The Sand street f i-unt Is reached by easy ff'-arte, with no slair>*. Tlie Phv ion ooSe'»ia
uf a main hall, twoHionw high, with a front*ire 076 fe> t, by a -tcp hof I3Jf«at, with an annex wxttt ieet in t.o rj<r,
d voted o the a Mane, aud annexe •on «idd feet, :w >* orle* i n heun'. oue io bu devou* Ito (he \*ur*
pose* of a Mac iiM«*ry Hall and ihe oihe loan wt'ialery In li« tt n irontor these tin iioxas, nne-*t<»ry anan men I* $j
will be .ou-trueied 4(1x32 teet ouch, which will be 112x70 eat, and. w» h Lbe extensive ga!urnns. will have .n te.-t.ln j »f
4 00ii. The Pavilion complete pi>-amtn m fiontuKi-o 170 ieet by a depTh ot iiii. 'Ihe main central bail is now he turf t-ullt, aiid-~--T|
th wing** wiil be *d'led mm a a«n as toe flnanoei -it >c s<»ciet> will permit. rUe LMrouiori intend to build only »o Jar a* itaey
can paj , and are firmly r<r<folT#d to 1.-cur no inulebwtttM*.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
OF THE
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL 80CIETY h
WtUi BE HELD AT TUE NEW PAVILION. " #ij
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878.
All Premium, will bo paid in coin except when otherwise specified. Liberal Premiums are being offered In tbe follow!**
dep.rtuun s: Flist—Agiicultu'al Implements, Vehicles, etc S-cond—Textile Fabrics and materials trom which they.aie
mad.-. Third — Michauical Pr< ducts, Musical instruments, etc. Fourth—Agricultural Products, Flowers, etc. Firth—Fruita,
Krult Trees. Kalslns, Wines and Brandies, sixth— Fine Arts.
LOCAL DEPARTMENTS.—In order to give each locality exhibiting products at the Fair ample credit for their prodootlona. .
each lown, neighborhood or school district applying for space will be allowed a department of Its own, which wl , _ aw i lt , r £
designated, and will be as laige as ls consistent with the capscity of tbe Hall and the applications for space. TT . . -.1%
'I hla ls the largest Hall S9uth of San Francisco In this State, and the prospects are good that tbe approaching w% ■ ' . "* 1 * '.
the largest ever held In Southern California, The Central Pacific Ka.lroad Company will transport all articles utMir. 1»
'he salrover tfcelr respective routes FHKK uF CHARGE. Freight being paid on them to the Fair will be rslurne— IM ,ri* \mt
sbit nieut by the same owner aud exhibition of cerlllleate oi Secretary thatlhe same has been exhibited. Welir!™ • -JTt
Co. 'a Express Co. will carry free olcharge all articles sent to the Fair for exhibition not exceeding leu pounds In weifWi £"§52
ransements are being made wltb Ihe Steamship Company to carry freight and passe ngers at the usual reductions, parol*, St*'
of which will he published as soon as definite arrangements are completed. ... ffti*
ICXCU KSIUN TRAINS are being organized on all Ihe roads centering al Los Angeles. These trains will carry psnenf
and from Los Angeles at les< than halll he regulsr lutes, ant! ample time will be given excursion!! ts to visit Hie Fair an
amine the city aud couuty. The excursion train from the north will start from San Francisco. Particulars In regard ito
running of these trains will be made public at an early day.
The Society will bavt, In lis Pavilion this year more spaco than any Fair ever before held in Southern California, and HMt
applications for spaceure so much greater than ever before that those desiring to exhibit should lose no time In tnakl*sj|*\h*
plications (or space to the Superintendent. Towns and neighborhoods should take steps at once to secure a creditable repre
sentation of Ihelr respective focfllities. Wo charge is made forspaces or entries. Each exhibitor must hold, however, a 9*a>
son Ticket, which will cost three dollars. Picmium List and Rules and Regulations sent free on application to tho Secretary.
The Pavilion will be completed in time for holding ol Fair at the day adverthed. . V/
L. M. HOLT, Secretary. DeBARTH SHORB, President.
i-Ottl M. 11. KIMBALL, Superintendent. _
Immense Importations
AND EXTRAORDINARY
IK
Dry Goods and Fancy Goods.
DILLON & KENEALY
Beg tn inform tlieir patrons nu l ' (lie public that they nre now receiving
the LARGEST and CHOICKWT stock . I DRY GOODS anil FANCY
GOODS ever imported to L"s Anpeles. Our buyers In New York anil
Europe have purchased the LATEST and HTYI.IsH goods
manufactured at unprreedenteilly low prices. We aie therefore ena
bled to oftcr goods In the following lit psr'nieut* at
Extraordinarily Reduced Prices:
Black aijd Colored Silks, in all the new shades, Shawls,
Dress Goods in every Style and Variety,
ALL REDUCED!
Hosiery, Embroideries, Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishing Goods, Reduced!
Flannels, Blankets, Quilts, Towels, Napkins, Waterproofs,
Cassimeres, All Reduced!
Prints. Muslins and Sheetings, Bleached aud Unbleached,
Reduced Below Manufacturers' Cost!
A Special Line of Best Brands Ginghams and Yard-wide
WHITE PIQUES.
A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
Ladies' Fall and Winter Cloaks.
DILLON & KENEALY,
86 STIFUEIET.
■INm
NO. 119
THE OLDEST AUCTIONEER NOW
lv business lv southern tumorals,.
AUCTION HOUSE,
Comer of SPRING and MARKET street*.
W. H. NORTHC RAFT
Has been engaged in tb* hmlijm ot*
Auctioneering nnd other tnM-N ut
trade for 25 year*, and teeln warrant- d ta
nay in k that he can give satl»facUon if
any business entrusted to hla can.
•TCAHII paid fur Houneho.it
Kitchen Furniture, Homes, Wmi< ns
Buggies and all other articles or val i
REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY.
Will RENT HOUSES and fuf»i»!**l
household and farm help.
•os-Advancea made on consignment*.
ConimlHslons on money loaned, on* Mr
cent. sltflmt
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
i. .> Augeles City and County.
I First State, County and City License
taken out Oct. Ist, Idas, and kepi up
uninterrupted to the present dale.
EJ. W. N"OTES, j
GENERAL AUCTIONEER
With J. O. DeTurk, No. 1 MAHKKT sr..
two doors above Wells, Kargj <k
Co.'s Offlce.
Regular Sals Days for horses, car
riage*, luruiiure. etc., W <'dne.di.ya and
Saturdays rrom 10 <.'e'n«k a. m. »o 4
o'clock p. m. Cash advances rnxda ,m
consignments. Cash I'linl lor all k v a
ofgoodH.warcsanil lueirliaiidl.e Chnr.:ea
on the ''live and let K-l. live" b »el«.
N. H. -No real estate sold t-xcpt by
auction. Charges ou real csiate sates
one per cent.
E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer,
Ai d general Business Manager! >r J. O.
DeTurk. „,ji
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
AND
Largest Stock of Auction Good*
IN THE CITY.
EL". IR,. BROWIT,
Auction and Commlsslun March ant.
Two doors east of old stand, on Conn St.,
South uf Court House.
ear-Regular Sales on Hatur lays, rrom •
a. m. till 4p. v. special sales made si
any time or place. Cash paid lor sit
klud* ol'goods.
Rerereuee, by permission: It. K. Hyde.
President Bank otVlaalla: E. F ttpeius,
CasblerComuerclsl Bank, LA.
sHir H. R. BROWN, Auctioneer.
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased tbe .took sad Sa
in res or tha wall known Jewel ry »ta>rs of
j Mr. T. W. siaokpule, adding 111 seal a a
large and entirely new aaaonmeat eat
sonde, we era are prepared to abo* Mte
cltlsensof Los Asgslesand vletaiivoejs
of the finest and beat aelasted .tosas ts
be found lv tbe state, which will beseJd
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be in rseslptefall
tbe latest noveltlea In watsbas, sbalsa.
jewelry, etc., to wbleb tha atieatteei et
the public la especially lnvltsd.
In spectaclea we bava a large asd va
ried aasoriinent, and are tha Helen fa
sgenls In Southern California of tbe set.
eurated Las.ru> A Morris psrstetsst sms
lacles, which wa claim are tba ■■art la
tbe world.
Mr. Htackpolewill remain la our aas
ploy, having exclusive control at aha
woik department, snd, as liaidliifliie. ee
peclnt attention will bs givan to ike re
pairing of One watches and Jewelry.
We shall be, happy u> see ail ear aid
friends arts the public st lease,
dchhmooS CMav
is»U Kprlag steseV

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