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VOL. X.
f»n n-t,..,l evoty morning except Mon
ti ay,
BY
iuisUl'ii i>. L.ytvc:u.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
I'er annum, by mall or express |UJ
Hlx months " " J
Three months M *' A
Delivered by carriers, per woek P cents
LO ANGELES WEEKLY HtRAU
sittihllslim every Katurda" niortniw
TERMS.
One i e-,oy !UHllore\prHss,ouei;t't>v..t-B , 'i
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»tl Hluitii »t Job-Work iloue ■••
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i-riee,Style, noil Elearauee it. Work.
MM S>H MM Itf.
LAWYERS.
J. A. GRAVES,
Al iORNEY AND COUNSKL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. 1 HTRELITZ BLOCK.
J'3tr
JOHN C. MOKOAN,
AI'TORNKY AT I.A.W.
rami SANTA MONICA.
" kTiIOWARD. V. B. HOWARD.
J. Btios-EAIJ.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
A ITOHUKTH AND COUNSELLORS
A \T LAW. U -oins, 66,67 and 68 Tern
i. •• lilook, tlilr.l floor. Lew Angeles.
It bS tf i
S. C. HUBBELL,
A TTOUNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 ami I
r\ Daeommanl Block, oorner Main A
■ i.iumercial atreels, Los Angeles. tnfty7-tl
, oi.asßKJ., * sMixn
j. rft API, AN, H. M. SMITH
U' ASSELL. CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
fTORNEYS AT LAW,
CM KICK-TKMPLK BLOCK o|w»t«ln., l->» |
* vcle*. California. .x-2-if—
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTORNUy AT LAW.
i iFKICE -Temple Block, No. 72, Los
Ange es. IaWBI
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Kirkpatrick.
i Rice and Residence—lf o. It FRANKLIN
Ml-KKKT. faeHtn
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
IMjywioiaii aud e»«,rsfeoii
B ii.leni c, t-'ort Hill, I OtHce.No. 19Dow-
Uuana Vista street. I ueylllock.upstalrs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
OOTJWTV PHYiSICIAiN.
111MJM8>* 11, '-AN HI AN"I'll BLOCK.
\ Residence Downey A venae, Kast
Lot Angeles, near Ibe en.l of street rail*
v. ay.
tmhe hours from Hi to 12 a. m.; from 1 to
I c. m. ap2o tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over Doner it Uradley'i rurni
ture store.
Office Hours-Eiom 10 to 12, i lo 0 and I
lo 9. Residence—llueita V'lsla street.
myltf
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
CHINESE DOCTOR.
OFFICE—Corner Los Angoles and Ar
cadia sireets.
SflTCtirea all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to 12 A. M. aud from
I to 5 aud 7 to 9 P. w. apSOtl
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
Officc.iitMMiiin Street
Having received a diploma from Prot.
Wilms ami Dr. Auerbaeh, of theHcrlln,
Prussia, Hospital, I can confidently olFer
my services to tbe citizens of Los Ange
les for tho removal of corns, bunions,
chl Idblidns and tn-g'owing nails by the
most approved scientific methods. No
knives used. Cupping and leeching also
performed. .
CHARGES REASONABLE.
Patients visited at their houses with
out extra charge. s2l-lni
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
V. CHEVALIER'S
JDZR/TTQ- STORE
Has been romoved from SIGNORF.T'S
BLOCK lo
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTnKII FOREIGN
PATENT MEDICINES.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aw-Prescrlptlons prepared with ureal
rare. datf
"«* FASHION gat*
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses nnd Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
hand for the accommodation of the nub
ile. Horses Boarded hy the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the shortest notice and upon as reas
onable terms aa at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
JaMtf WILSON A YOUNG, Prop's.
Notice of Removal.
H,. B I JL, JU 8!*
Has removed nls Freight and Transfer
Office from 110 Main street to
IV O. o MARKET gT.
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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
I'IWII«WMCM l.i.lt'K .Nonili.
Mojave. Oct. 18.—H X Snow
and son, H Harpep, G 8 Foster,
Mrs M S Moore, Miss Nellie Lewis
J B Winters, J M Miller, E Bar
four, Rev W H Hill, J Liver, J E
Freeman, M E Joyce, J C Chase.
•'IM* t l*i«l|t>ll Doings.
Sacramento, Oct. 18.— The
Committee on Pulilic BulldlDfl
and Stale Institutions to-day ilecid
ed to divide into sub-committees
: and visit State institutions during
vacation.
The Committee on Judiciary met
( last evening In consider a n solu
tion Introduced by Barbour in the
Convention declaring that Eugene
Fawcett, heing Judge of the 17th
Judicial District, is ineligible to a
seat iv the Convention. After a
lengthy debate, Edgerton present
ed a resolution tin t Judge Fawcett
be declared eligible. Adopted,
13 to 3. There will be a minority
report presented.
7lio c>t.ife)«i*«4Mi,
San Francisco, Oct. 17.-Gnis
pl'ine Carafllne, an Italian, aged
I bitty-six, commuted suicide nl
: the Colombo House, Broadway,
Ibis morning, by shooting himself
in Ihe mouth with a revolver. The
motive of Ihe act is unknown.
Deceased has been a miner, but
became paralyzed and was to have
started for Italy to-morrow.
In the Fourth District Court to
day, argument on motion fo- tho
appointment of a receiver for the
French Savings Bank went over
till next Tuesday.
K'an Frxlicl.c'i) Mnrket*..
San Francisco, Oct. 18.—Wheat
—The financial troubles lv Great
Britain keep buyers out of the
market; good to choice shipping,
[email protected] G7i; fair, [email protected]; low
grades, $1 [email protected] 45 Barley—Brew
ing active, $1 15®1.27i; bay feed,
[email protected]; coast, 80c.r3151.00 Oals
dull and unchanged. Corn—Small
yellow, [email protected] Rye, $1.15©
1.30. Hay—Hales of fair wheat
and good wild oat at $12 75. Pota
toes steady.
The l'.niv.-itll„ii.
Sacramento, Oct. 18.—The Con
vention met at 10 o'clock.
Petitions were presented by
Huettls fruiu the citizens of Hum
boldt county, in favor of embody
ing a local option clause in Ibe
Coliltllullou. Referred to the
Committee on County ami City Or
ganization.
By Rolfe, from citizens ol Santa
Barbara ami Sau Diego, in favor of
Woman Suit rage. Referred to the
Commllte* on Bight of Suffrage.
By Weller, in relation to quick
silver mines Referred to the Com
mittee on Mining.
Smith, of Sauta Clara, offered a
resolution that ihe Adjutant-Gen
eral report to the Convention Ibe
cost of the military department for
the last two years. Adopted.
Martin, of Alameda, submitted
a proposition concerning the en-i
dorsement ol the University. Re
ferred to CoinmiUee ouJCoutity ami
Municipal Indebtedness.
Miller, from the Committee on
Chinese, reported back adversely
tiie proposition by Ayers authorlz
iug municipal authorities to pre
vent the debarkation of Chinese as
being in conflict with the Federal
Constitution. Referred to the
Committee of tbe Whole.
A resolution authorizing the ap
pointment of a night watchman
was taken from the table and voted
down, by 59 noes to 58 yaes.
Barber, from the Committee on
Immigration, reported back ad
versely a proposition by Kline au
thorizing the levy of $250 per capita
tax ou Mongolian immigrants. It
being in conflict with the United
States Constitution. Referred to
Committee nf tbe Whole.
Cross, of Nevada, submitted a
proposition declaring that no law
shall take effect until ninety days
after tbe date of a general election,
when the citizens shall have oppor
tunity of voting on tlie same. Re
ferred to tlie Committee ou Legis
lative Department.
Wickes, of Nevada, submitted a
proposition declaring that all men
are eudowed with an equal measure
of liberty. Reported to the Com
mittee ou Preamble.
Van Voorhees submitted a prop
osition that after 1880 no persou
wbo shall become a citizen under
naturalization laws, and no minor
attaining his majority, shall be en
titled to voto who is unable to read
and write lv one known language.
Referred to the Committee ou
Suffrage.
Gorman offered a resolution that
all Committees report immediately
whether they require the services
of a clerk. Sent to the table.
After some discussion / on the
motion by Edgerton for adjourn
ment over until Monday, Ibe roll
was called, when tho resolution
was defeated by 92 noes to 43 aye".
Adjourned until 10-morrow at 10
A. M.
Tntst oi Keii»|»i,is.
Memphis, Term., Oct. 18.—A
light frost fell in the vicinity of
Memphis last night, but was not
discernible iv the city. The
weather to-day Is cold und bracing.
From tl o'clock lust night until
noon to-day seventeen orders for
Interments are reported by under
takers.
Tlte aoelnlisla.
I'ITTSBURG, Pa., Oct. 18.—Tho
Central Committee here urges So
cialists to continue I lie agitation
lo homes, workshops and barracks.
WAstjlakioat New*.
Washington, D. 0.. Oat 18.—
The Secretary of the Navy, hear
ing of the sickness of Captain Hall
on the steamer carrying supplies
from St. Louis to the yellow fever
sufferers, telegraphed him to return
home by rail.
General McDowell was in Wash-
Ington to-day on bis return to tbe
Division of the Pacific, of which
lie is in command
Tlie Harvard Vnw
Boston, Oct. 18.—The Harvard
graduates offer the boatclub $10,000
(o send a crew to England.
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19. LB7B.
IMBCTinrite lo Baukruptc.
New York, Oct. 18.—Duncan,
Sherman Sc Co. have received a dis
charge from bankruptcy.
Vbm p« r ier Ohm.
New York, Oct. 18.—Iu tho
Porter case to-day, the Board re
solved to Invite General Pope to
appearand testify, which he will
probably do. Aftar a few unim
portant witnesses were examined,
the Board adjourned to the 24th, in
order to give General Pope an op
portunity to arrive.
se.tll R .<•.-.
Pittsburg, Oct. 18.—Kvau Mor
ris, of this city, and Fred Plaisted,
of New York, will row a two-mile
scull race for $2,000 over Hulton
course ot 4:30 p. M.,
Uernian ft lilies.
Berlin, Oot. 18.—Tho moderate
Liberals aud Conservatives have
come to an agreement on the dis
puted points in the Socialist bill.
The Government has assented to
the compromise, which la iv favor
of the Liberals.
NEW ADVEKTIaEMENTH.
EIGHTH
ANNUAL FAIR
OF TOTE
Southoru Dlctrlot
Agricultural Assoc'n,
To Commence on the 14th
AND ENH ON
The 19th of October, 1878,
— AT —
Loh v t»ffele» c?it> , Cal.
SPEED PROGRAMME.
Soutlifirn District Asricultu-
Tfil Hociety,
CORRECTED PROGRAMME.
Tho following tho programme, as
finally arranged.ol the, Huulhern District
Agricultural Association's Fair, to com
mence October 14th and close Huturdtiy.
October UUh:
!
FIRST DAY.
! Trolling Race—For alt horses m the
'District who hnve revf r beaten 8 mfn-
I nte-s. Pur>c,siUO; ilrst horse, $1:0: sec
I olid, $G0; third, #20.
! 0 « Dnrfee enters br j ( i nca
l Sire Woodford Maiubnno; dam
Uretcheu.
j L U Titus enters b v Bullet
i Hire Echo; dam unknown.
! X W Noyes enters b m Flora Wllev
! Sire American Hoy; dam unkuown."
I Running—One-quarter mile dash: free
for all. Purse, SlO.
J S DeTnrU enters s fr Walking John
Sire Van Wagner; dom unknown.
D It Dickey enters b in Nelly Grant
! Hire fSacraroento; dam unknown.
| Marcus Forster enters br m Flora
SECOND DAY.
Trotting—2:4o class; mile heats, 3in ft
pur<e, 8200; flrst horse, $120; second
norse, Sou; third horse, $20.
Frank O'Nell enters br g Apprentice Boy
Hire, The Moor; dam Kitty Hoover.
0 A Durlee enters. bl g Tom Stout
Hire, The Moor; dam by Argyle.
I 0 Walters enter* „..b g Cade
Running—Free for all not thorough
bred; uiledush to rule; purae.flOO; first
hoi*M| $75; t econd, J25.
Francisco Figueioa enters s c Monitor
Andres Machado euters...b m [no name]
Francisco Estudillo enters
h m Lady Kieet
H J Anderson euieis g g Butcher Boy
J H Myers enters s h Tower
Ueo A Johnson enters br h Cadet
THIRD DAY.
Trotting—2 ftOclass; mile heats, 3in 5;
purse, $200; Brit horse, $li:0; second, 800;
third, $20.
C A Durfee enters br h Inca
L H Titus enters b g Bullet
X O'Nell enters br g Appremlce Boy
Running—Hali-mlle heats; purse, 8150;
flrst horse, $U0; second borae, $.5; third
horse, $15.
J S DeTurk eulers s g Walking John
R J Anderson enters g g Butcher Boy
H M Johnson enters h m Nina X
Sire Woodburn; dam Lulu Jackson,
by Jack M alone.
S D Shroud enters s h Bowhoclts
Hire Little John; dam unknown.
Marcus horsier enters br m Flora
Ueorge A Johnson eutets ~
b m Maid of the Mist
Mire Norfolk ; dam Eva Combs.
FOURTH DAY.
Running—For three-year-olds, raised
and owned In the District ; mile heats, S
In 5; purse, 8200; first horse, 5120; second
horse, $60: third, $20
Francisco Figueroa enters s c Monitor
Andres Mxchado enters....b m [no name]
D X Dickey enters b g Hhup
Ueo A Johnson euters Islleen Alanah
SireNoifolk; dam Eva Combs.
FIREMAN'S RACE.
First Frize, IM and Silver Cup value
$50 Second Prize, Hilver Cup; value, $30.
Hair-mile run und to druw 000-pound
hose wagon.
Kntrit s Los Angeles Fire Company
TnlrU - Eights, No. 1; Confidence <_'o .no.
2; AnaneiniFlre Co.; Wilmington Flro
Co.
FIFTH DAY.
Awarding of stock premiums, com
mencing at 10 o'» lock a. m.
l adles' Riding—-prize*: Gold mounted
riding wh plo best equestrienne; silver
mounted whip to second.
Tournament—Purse of $10; first, 523;
econd, $i 5.
Entries ior this day can be made up to
the morulng of »-arae day.
SIXTH DAY.
Trolling Racp—Two-mile heals, free
for all; pur*e, $2£o; first horse, $150; sec
ond, $75; third, $^5.
C A Durfee enters bl g Tom Stout
L H Titus enters b g Bullet
C Walters b tf Cade
Running—Two-and-oue-hulf mi lodash;
free for all horses raised and owned In
the District. Purse, $250; first horse,
$150: second horse, $75; third, $25.
Francisco Esiudlilo enters
b m i mi v Feet
D R Dickey enters b g om Knraiiy
lis 'arc enters bm Lady Compromise
Ueo A Johnson enters ......
bm Maid of the Mist
Goo A Johnson enters br h Cade
H M Johnston enters bm Nina R
1 By order of
W. WOODWORTH,
President of Commuter.
8. H. MOTT, Secretary.
OR EXCHANGE 7
A highly-Improved tract of
SO ACItES of LAND
Terms of salc-»»,«o«. one-half cash
gold coin, and the other half property
real or personal, ot Its present cash
v«lue.
Call and see the property, or apply t
JUDGE THOMAS 11. SMITH, of to
Angelei, or O. H. ALLEN, residing o
the premises, adjoining the i.os Nleto
Institute, near Downey City. olOtf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ml ;2 I
O £ 3 ™ Ml
V I M
o ov^ R
ATTBKTTIOKT !
i
Having purchased the plcturo and entire picture-framing business of the lata
firm of L'pham A Hae. and added the same to our own extensive slock, we are now
prepared to mako FRAMES che-per than ever. We keep constantly on hand a
large and varied slock ot MOULDINGS ol every style and finish, aud guarantee
our work to be of the very best description. Also, a flne assonment of ENGRAV
INGS, PHO VOGRAPHS, etc. Brlngluyour PICTURES and have them trained
or a small sum. FRAMES of all styles constantly on hand, together with our
Bigs and varied stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
•ii-DABY CARRIAGES AT LOW PRICES. "SO
Just r. ceived, MME. DEMOREST'S FALL PATTERNS. AU the latest New
York and Paris styles. Catalogues mailed free to auy address.
st*-Dou't forgot the place, at the
DOLLAR STORE, No. 25 Spring Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
s2.t. F. J. CILLMORE- Proprietor.
WAR, WAR,WiiiLR!
IN THE
DRY GOODS BUSINESS,
E. LAVKINTHAL
OFFERS
$75,000 WORTH OF GOODS '
TO BE SOLD AT
Less Tlaetzx 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.
08-tf
South California Pork Market,
No. 17 MAIN STREET,
Will furnish customers with none but
first-class Meals, Sausages, Head-Cheese,
I'ates of nil kinds, Ham, Bacon, Poultry,
Kggs, Cheese and Butter, shop open
from Sa.m.tol% p. m. Meats delivered
i to all parts of the city free. 534
Montana Meat Market.
FKcEI.I NO KR So FBANK, fkWU
The best and teoderost M cats
In the maeket. None but tbe tsMtwl
Prlmest Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Mon
tana Meat Market, Main Street, near
lint. Loa Angelea
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HORTICULTURAL PAVILION,
Now being erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, on Ten ft it,
Los Angeles City, 1400 feet from tbe junction of Sprlug and Main streets, whiob is
considered the center of busin?-s.
I ,The Pavilion lot has a frontage ot 200 feet on Temple street and extends back to Sand street, a depl noi 3.0 .-'et. The abiva
cut lepresents the Temple street Iront. The M-iud street front is reached by easy grade, with no stain. Tne I'hv ion r itn,:.n
of a main hall, two stories high, with a frontage oi 71) feet, by a depth ot 132 feet, with an annex ;ftlxt)o leet In t io uiffi
devoted io tho purposes of a stage, and annexe, on each site nOiiO feet, twj s ories in height, one to bo devote.i to iln pur
poses of a Machinery Hall and ihe other to an ArtUahery In tne angles in Iront of these annexes, one-story apartments
will be constructed4(lx32 feet each, which will be 112x70 leet.and, with the extensive galleries, will have ,a seating na .aelty ul
\ OIW. The Pavilion complete present* a fiontage oil.fl leet 'jya depth of oil. •; ..■ main central hall Is now being ' trill, ail*
th ■ wings will he sdilod as s ion as tne finances nl the .Society wiilpernia. '2ho Directors Intend to build only io tar as I hey
can pay , aud are firmly resolved to incur no Indebtedness.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
OF THE
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION,
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878.
All Premiums will be paid in coin except whon otherwise spec fted. Liberal Premlnms are being offered In the following
departments: First—Agricultural Implements, Vehicles, etc. Second—Textile Fabrics and materials from which they aie
made. Third—Mi chanical Products, Musical Instruments, etc. Fourth—Agricultural Products, Flowers, etc. Firth— FruiU,
trait trees. Raisins, Wines anil Brandies, sixth—Flue Arts. . -» - - 4\
LOU AI. DEPARTMENTS.—In order <o give each locality exhibiting products at the Fair ample credit for their productions,
each lown, neighborhood or school district applying for space will be allowed a department ot Us own, which will be pro"«rly
designated, and will be as large as is consistent wllh the capacity of the Hall and the applications for space.
I his Is tho largest Ball south of San Francisco In this State, nnd the prospecls are good that the approaching Fair will be
the largest ever held In Southern California. The Central Pacific Ra.lroad Company will transport ail articles exhibited at
•he Kalrover ihelr respective routoi FKKK OF CHARGE. Freight being paid on them to the Fair will he raturned up n re
shipment by thesame owner and exhibition of certiorate of Secretary that the same has been exhibited. Wells, Fargo*
Lo.'s Express Co. will oarry free ofcharge all articles sent to Hie Fair for exhibition not exceeding fen pounds in weight. Ar
rangements are being made with Ihe Steamship company to carry freight and passt ngers at Ihe usual reductions, particular,
of which will he published as soon as dctlnile arrangements are completed.
KXCIi KslON TRAINS aro being organized on nil tho roads centering at Los Angeles. These trains will carry passengers to
nnd from Los Angeles at less than hair the regular rates, aud ample time will he given excnrsiouli ts to visit the Fair and ex
amine the city nnd county. The excursion tniin from tuo north will start from San Francisco. Particulars in rejard Jo the
running of these trains will be made public m an early day. -
The society will havb In lis Pavilion this year more space than any Fair ever before held In Southern California, and yet the
applications for spacearo so much greater than ever In-fore that those desiring to exhibit should lose no lims in making ap
plications (or space to the Superlnten-lent. Towns nod neighborhoods should take steps at once to secure a creditable repre
sentation of their respective localities, iso charge Is made (orspaces or eutrles. Each exhibitor must holil. however, a Sea
son Ticket, which will cost llnec ilollns. Premium List und Rules and Regulations sent free ou application to the secretary,
rue I'avilion will be completed In time tor holding ot Fair at the day advertised.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary. DeBARTH SHORB, President.
>>"t<' M 11. KIMBALL, Superintendent,
Immense Importations
•»
AND EXTRAORDINARY
i?.EiDTJOTzonsrsi
• ITS
Dry Goods and Fancy Goods.
DILLON & KENEALY
Beg to inform their pal rnni ami tho pnl iio (hat tliev are now receiving
the LARGEST aud CHOICEST stock of DRY GOODS ami FANCY
GOODS ever imported lo Eos Angelea. Our buyer! in New York ami
Europe have purchased the LATEST end MO>T NTYLISfI good"
manufactured at low pru-en. Wr One therefor* ena
bled to offer goods iv the following ilepar'tneutl at
Extraordinarily Reduced Prices:
Black and 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, Xapkins, Waterproofs,
Cassimeres, All Reduced!
Prints, Muslins aud Sheetings, Bleached and Unbleached,
Reduced Below Manufacturers' Cost!
A Special Line of Best Brands Ginghams and Yard-wide
WHITE I'IQUJSS.
v MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
Ladies' Fall and Winter Cloaks.
DILLON & KENEALY,
86 street.
•K-lra
NO. 121
THK OLDEST AUCTIONEER NOW
In busluess in toutheru C uifornla.
AUCTION HOUSE,
Corner of SPRING and MARKET streets.
W. H. NORTHC RAFT
Has been engaged In tbe business of
Auctioneering und other brunch"* of
(rude for US yearn, and feels warrant d In
paying that he can give satMa lion in
any business entrusted to his care.
•TCABH paid for Household and
Kitchen Furniluie, Horses, \v«.<. us -nd
buggies and all other articles of vaiue.
REAL ESTATE A SPECIAL IV.
Will RENT HOUSFS and furnish
household and farm help.
OaTAdvances made on consignment*.
Commissions on mouey loaned, one per
cent. ► Kirn
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
of Los Angeles City and County.
First State, County and City License ■
taken out ('ct. Ist, 18811, and **ol up
uninterrupted to the present da c.
E3_ W. NOTES,
GENERAL AUCTIONEER
Wtlh J. G. DeTurk, No. 1 MArtKfTT i*T.,
ivrodoors nbovo Wells, Fargo *fc
Co.'s Offlce.
; Regular Sale Days far bor«ef>, cer
! riajtes furnliure. etc , \\ nine di-v« nnd
Saturdays from 10 u'cinck a. m lo 4
o'clock i*. m. Cash Hiivmic.-s m.ide on
consignments. L'i»h puui or .j! a v >n
ofgoodH.wureanud nH->chan>!t«e. OuMMfM
on the ''live and lot, let liv**'» b udi,
N. H.—No real estate sold except by
auction Charges ou real estate sates
one per cent.
K. W. NO YES, Aucil'.mw,
And General business i J.Q.
DeTnrk. n .«»|
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
AND
Largest Stock of Au t m Goods
IN THK CITY.
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Two doom east of old stand, on Court St
Homo or Court House.
■arßezular Sales on Saturdays, from t
a. m. till tp. h. Hpeelal sales in ,d- at
any time or place. Cash paid fur ,11
kinds nl'goods.
Reference, by permission: B. E. Hyde,
President Hank orVlsalla: E. X apea.-e.
Cashier Commercial Hank, A.
slJtf H. R. BROWN, Auctioneer.
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased tho stock and na
tures of the well known Jewelry star* of
J Mr. T. W. Slackpole, adding thereto a
large and entirely new assortment of
L r nods, we ere are prepared to show the
cltlsens of Los Angeles and vicinity on*
of the finest and best selected stocks to
be found in the State, which will be sold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be In receipt of all
the latest novelties In watches, efcataa.
Jewelry, etc, to which the altentloa ot 3B
the public U especially Invited.
in spectacles we have a large and va.
rled assortment, and are the eioluetTw
asentß In Southern California or thecal
curat ed Lazerus A Morris perfe.Ud Spec- :
tacles, which we claim are the a actio f'i
the world.
Mr. Hiarkpole will remain In onr raw --. .
ploy, having exclusive control or the %
wm k department, and, as here*'toes, •*>
pedal attention will be given to toe re '
pi. I rim. of One watches and Jewelry.
We shall be happy lo m all oar nld
, friends and the public at laree.
DUNHMOOH BBOH.
Jj'tf SS spring street -<«•

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