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I- llshM rv», v morning except Mem u»>. BY I<.> s* JHI gH U- l-VA'Cll. .EHNIS FOB DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or oipress —810 ntfc months " 2 Thrae months " .....«.««.. « Delivered by carriers, per week, in oenn LO3ANGELES WEEKLY HEBALC » oubllshed every Saturday moraine TItRMH. One .e»-,»y maJlorexpress,onecopy..taul Six months, " " " „ • , Thr.-e •' •• " " - 1 00 Advertisements Inserted at leasonable rat nfc Ail Hinds nf Job.WorK «•"» •" <1»M nete with N»r> Fn»noi«i-i> In I'rlre.vtyle, and Klearnuee n: «<>rl.. •iik >■>, nil. LAWYERS. jrATGKAVES^ ATTORNEY AND COTJNSEI,- LOR AT LAW. ROOM No. 1 STRELITZ BLOCK. ___ J'Stf JOHN C. MOHUAN, ATTOIIUKY A.T 1. AW, ml7!f SANTA MONICA. V.K.HOWARD. P. g. HOWARD ,f. HROS-EAU. Howard, Brossean & Howard, t ITORNEY* ANT) COUNSELLORS \ \T LAW. Room., aj, 67 and 68 Tern i. Hlock. tuird floor, Lou Angeles. leb'-tf 8. C. MUBBiiU., . TTOKNKY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and i f\ Ducommun a Blonk, corner Main ,t < onmercial streets. Lo» rtnirele». may.-it o. m. sMim A H. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH tSLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, TTORNEYB AT LAW, < >r-KICB—TEMPLE BLOCK up-sJstrs, I ■■- .< iteles.California. m*i~\'. F. P. Ramirez, ATTOBNK V AT LAW. i-KFICE—TVniplc Block, No. 72, I os Angeies. via lm PHYSICIANS. Dr. KlrkpatrJck. , dire and ftesidencar-No. lIFRANKLIN HI KIvET. feai-111l Or. H. P. RICHARDSON, iMiy«sW;imi «ncl Pur-foim I. -.idence, Fort [1111,1 Office, No. IBDOW- I-ueua Vial a street. I neyßlock.upstnirF. J. HANNON, H« JX, 4 DUNTY PHYMICiAN. ~.oMH9A 11, i ANFIUNI'O BLOCK. ■ i Kealdtnofl huwney a venue, East i < tngelea, near the end oi »tree I rail* Mtl- c boan from 10 to 12 x. sr.; from Ito i f >. n. ap2o tf Dr. Joseph Kurtz II is removed his office to No. 82 MAIN s I XXX I', over Dotier 4 liradley's Ftirul i ore store. * >ffice Honrs—From 10 to 12, 4 to G and 3 nj it. Residence—liuena Vista street, myltf Or. ChinQuortg Zln, < JIX g rvICSE DOCTOR. OFFlCK—Corner Los Angeles and Ar cadia streets. sari'ures all kinds of diseases. Office hours lmm 9 to li a. m. und from •l to 5 una 7 to 9 ■>. M. ap3oif A. Labonge. Chiropodist. 001ce.138 3lHin Street Having received a diploma from Trol Wilms and Dr. Auerhach.of tbe Berlin, Prussia, Hospital, I can oonQdently oiler my services to tbe citizens of Los Au«e lea for the removal of corns, hunions, chi idblalus and In % owing nails by tho most approved solentlflc methods. No knives u*ed. Cupping *nd leeching also performed. CHARGES REASONABLE. Patients visited at the.r houses with out extra charge. s2l-lm FRENCH DRUG STOREI V. CHEVALIER'S STORE lies been removed from SIGNORET'S BLOCK lo Cardona Block, 118 Main St., Opposite the Mariposa store. FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN PATENT MEDICINES. PERFUMEBY, BRUSHES AND ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES. OS-Prescriptions prepared with treat dblf c, St. ble, rt. :.iq ;t',|M' ■ .< |1- ' \ OA >üb i or ices ions cas >nt IS. SI QSfOt Daily Los Angeles Herald. Morning Telegrams. » n-».c.t*crN Uel.iar Notltll. Mojave, Oct. 23.—Mrs Blan- Chartl und two eons, Miss Bluu chaid, Mrs. Swearlnger, Prof Price Mrs L M Gardner, J S Mat tool and wife, Win Gardner, Mrs Jlt Benedict, Miss Benedict, Mr bine* diet, Mrs S Hhafer, Mrs Bautz. Mrs M Vic'or, E X Naylor, 0 C Cbap man, P Pine Pinney. t »llie,l|e« Utirla for i tie <>~>«i)|. KlClou. Sac-bam ento, Oci. 28.— The Com mittee on Revenue ntid Taxation met to day and adopted tile follow ing provisions: Tlie Slate Board of Equalization shall assess the property of railroad corporations for taxation. Section five of Jtaine's Constitution, providing that no corporation shall hereaftei lie incon orated excepting heMeVo. lent, leilgh us, scieiil ifloand e>iuc , tlotial, unless it i a\» $100 tor ihe ! Hist tt'tv thousand in on| Hal stock, lend $20 for every $10,000 of in. crease-in capital al nek No mort gage shall he valid which contains a provision reqiiltlnu tbe mortua , lice to pay the lax on money loHMtd, The pnwt rto tax corpora tions shall never he relinquished jby tin Legislature. The Committee on Education adopted a section requiring the ! Legislature to provide lor a school | system (or children between Aye | and eighteen. The Con mittee on Bight of Suf frage completed their work, mak jli g hut two changes, as follows: ■ N<> eduealional or property qualifi cation, shall be required in a voter. I Nttlursllxatlou must be perfected three months before an election. A | voter must reside In the State one [year, and iv his election precinct ; ninety days. The Committee on Judiciary met last night. The proposition to fix the salaries of Judge* was adopted and then reconsidered, the Com mittee ! einc unable to determine for what lime they should be fixed, whether for ten years or perma nently. Tlie apportionment of Judges of the Superior Courts for each county was made as follows: San Krancisco, 10—providing for five District Courts, Probate, Coin - ty, Municipal and Court of Ap peals; with one additional for Sac ramento, Los Angeles and Alameda ('I each), nod all oiher comities one each. The Legislature has power to Increase this number by a two thirds vote. The term of Superior Judges was fixed ut six years. A section was adopted giving the Legislature power to determine tlie jurisdiction of inferior courts and i lie number of Just ices of tlie Peace. Section HI) id the old Constitution was adopted; also tlie proposition that all Judges receive their sala ries out. of tlie State Treasury. The Committee on Legislative Report adopted to-day a proposi tion making stockholders of corpo rations liable for the proportion of amounts of dents in which they hold stock; also directors or trus tees are responsible for money mis appropriated by employe.. The Commit tee on Preamble,after a four days' light, to-day adopted a section giving foreigners eligible io citizenship, while residents, the same property rights as native cl t izens. Slimier has prepared an elaborate minority report of the Judiciary Committee In tho Fawcett case, which will be presented to morrow. Tlie CauVeMSlttH, Sackamento, Oct. 23.—The Con vention met at ten o'clock. Scbell presented a petition from Stanislaus in favor o' local option. Committee on Township Organi zation. Hager presented a petition favor ing the recognition of the Sabbath in Ihe Constitution. Committee on Preamble. A communication from the Su perintendent of Htate Printing Office stated that the total cost of I rntimr ordered by the Convention up to the 19ih Inst, amounted lo $1,389.16. A letter was received from the Secretary of Slate aftlrming that th" remarks made by certain dele gates, imputinir to him a want of respect to the Convent ion, were Uh juat He most emphatically de nted the charge ami asserted that, 111 courteously submitling Ihe re cords of Incorporation on Hiein his office, he Was supplying the Infor mation demanded In the promptest manner possible. Tlie letter was sent to the tsble alter Hale, of Placer, had denied that lie ever im puted a want of respect to tlie Con vention on the put t of Beck. Beerstecher piescnied a minority report from the Judiciary Commit tee against the right of Judge Faw cett to hold a seat In the Conven tion. Ordered printed, in order that the same may he considered to-morrow. Tiuulu moved that one week's further time be allowed the com mittees to report on all matters re ferred to them. Carried, New propositions, were submit ted as follows: By Dudley, of Sonoint, lv rela tion to the bill i f rights! also, con cernlnir npp'dntuieut of ollicers. By Ayers, to collect taxes by in stallments. By Condon, in relation to capital and labor. By Beerstecher, amendment pro hibiting 'he Legislature from pass ing probioitory laws or local op tion; also, forbidding the passuge of any Sunday law. By Smith, of Santa Clara, re specting appropriations. By Martin, of Alameda, for the adjudication of claims against the State. By Hager, detailing a system of taxation. Adjourned. This 19 the last day for the opera tion of the rule under which tho Convention adjourns without go ing through tbe entire order of business. rrovMlu.it f.»r w B«aril or Kitllriu-.il Coutiulaelouers. Sacramento, Oct. 23.—.The Committee ou Corporatious other than Municipal held a meeting; to day after tbe adjournment of the LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24 LB7B Convention, and decided on the establishment of a Board of Rail road Commissioners to be elected by dislricia with full power to reg ulate freightsatid fares and prohibit discrlmiuation of all kinds. ssh rrit.,el«e.. ri.rk:-i. San Francisco, Out. 23 — Wheat —demand lair and prices Hrm; good shipping, $1 67J; fair, SI 0-j@l6s; gnud toclmice uniting, $1 67}® I 70; gilt eilue, $172} Barley—teed, Stagnant and ummual. O <<* V' ty dull; California, $1.07j@l 37} Horn—<oiles large yellow, s>l I2}(a> 1 15. Bye—nominal, P-oatn » »i-hil.>; Cufley Cue, $1 3n@l 3i: other kind-, $I@l iiO. Ha^—un changed. A Hume Tliloivn ci upeaHer Knn dnll. Philadelphia, Oct. 23.—At a political meeting last evening Mime me tlirew a stone at Speaker Randall, w lio wes nil'fr. *-tng the eiowd. the Spea kit's escape was v> ry narrow. Tiiflcii li* 111 Sin, rl.il ST Lotjis, Oct. 23 —The Globe Democrat announces that Ramuei J Ti'den I* engaged to he married to uSt Loul« helle, and the wed. dlog will take place within three months. n.iiiii, i.. >• o• & f». CHICAOO, Oct. 23. —Dodd, Brown & Co., the St. Bonis dry goods merchants who failed yesterday, have done tlie largest business of any Southern house in the country, and, although their capital lias al ways been limited, they have ex hibited great enterprise, pluck and skill iv the management i»f their business. Nobody In Chicago suf fer". Tlie failing house sold, In 1877, over four million Ho: iars worth of goods, hut gave lower prices and longer time Ihati cus'omary on all trades, and this is what swamped them, lbeir sales this year were nearly six millions. 'site Denver mill 111,. G>ramle> ■.eased. Chicago, Oct. 23.—The particu lars have become known here con cerning a lease of the Denver and Bio Grande Railroad by the Atch ison, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail road for thirty years. The lease takes effect December first. The Denver and Rio Grande corpora tion receives forty-three per cent, of the gross earnings, decreasing one per cent, yearly, and will re ceive thirty-seven per ceut. from the seventh to tho fourteenth year. The San Juan silver mlne9are to be opened through the Grand Caflon of Arkansas, and the ultimate de sign Is to ennncot with tho Kan sas Pacific. New Ywrh Btoea Miirteer. New York, Oct 23—3 P. M. — Governments, steady; stocks lower, With general uncertainly prevail ing. Beitlea Use a .fitt»uue'' Mepora. New York, Oct. 23—Smith M. Weed said to a Tribune reporter last evening that be sent some dispatches from (South Carolina, but that there is not a word of truth In those which the 'Tribune ascribes to him. He olal ns i list lie neversaw the Can vas-dug Board or made any ar rangement with them, or tried to bribe them In any way. aevese R*im lv Pouii.j > \ .. Cincinnati, October 23 —A se vere rainstorm in Pennsylvania lait night prostrated the telegraph wires and cut off all communica tion with the East. A Heeniver r.ir tii>- Kaaaaja Pnvlfie. St. Louis, Oot. 23 —Tlie appoint ment of S. T. .Smith as Re c iver of the K-insus Pa clflo Riilrnad is claimed to he a victory for Onkes, the present I Siip-rinteiident of the road, us op posed to Jay Gould, and will result in breaking up tlie present oomhl nation and pooling witli the Union Pac Ho. All the genetal oftlces ol ihe company, under order of the Court, are to be moved to tile, State id' Kansas. .Meo»i>i»i»— Imiir.tvpii r«»M,iifi,, n. Memphis, Oot. 23— From six o'clock last night until noon to day the undertakers report orders for eleven interments. Th* streets are thronged with returning refu ite>-s and business Is being gradual ly resumed. The Howard Ascooi ation continue their woik of send ing lo their homes all nurses from abroad. Another heavy frost fell last night. Net* WrlefiitN. New Orleans, Out. 23 — The weather is clesr, uool and windy. Deaths, nineteen; oases reported, 173. K< r« Worilt Sisini itolib^d. New Orleans, Oct. 23 -The Galveston Jffews has a special from Fort Worth, which says that the slago leaving there this morning for Weatherfnrd was stopped fifteen miles east of the latter place by two masked men. The mail pouches were cut open aud the con tents rilled. One male and two female passengers were deprived of their valuables. The amount ob tained by the highwaymen is un known. Til* Kttit lutllnra Outlook. Latore, Oct. 23 —Several native princes have ollered forces for ac tive services. Mir Mefr.»r.l Nurilte«*te ou Caitera l*«IMMlbllltll'S. London, Oct. 23.-Sir Stafford Northcote, Chancellor of the Ex chequer, speaking at Wolverhamp ton, admitted that he was not able to say that he was sure tbere would not be a renewal of war. It was impossible to ignore the fact, he said, that difficulties were being raised agaln-t the execution of cer tain parts of the treaty of Berlin. Nut lv favor uf Furloneba. London, Oct. 23.—A Berlin OTs palcli Bay lliat the Czar has Is sued an ukase ordering that mili tary furloughsshull only he granted except for particularly urgent rea sons and, in any case, Dot to extend beyond February. Tlie imnr'N Inre-iliee. London, Oot. 23.—A dispatch fn.m Simla says the Viceroy's na tive emissary, who has just re turned from Cabul, considers thai the Ameer has been with difficulty induced to take his preseut course hy substantial offers from the Rus sian Envoy, wlio was still at Cabul when tbe emissary left. fieri from INN Wrntli til ,'urae. London, Oct. 23 —It Is reportid that v member i f the suspended firm of Hmith, Fleming & C>-, piominently mentioned in connec tion with Glasgow Bank matters, • -bartered v st-amer and lied front tlie coast of Kinlgre, intending to reach Spain. Another |>- Ut H GLASOOW.Oct. 23.—1t is reported that another deficiency of £60,000 in the assets of tlie Glasgow Bank lias been discovered. Tli- lli,--l-M I ..ri-en I*. I'u-key Constantinople, Oct. 23 —Tin hulk of the Kllealau forces in Bul garia are moving southward. The Russian Infantry alone in eastern R lamella numbers 80,000 men Another urmy corps Is near Con stauttunple. There are 15,000 men in Adrianonle. Between Oct-ohei 14th and 19th 13,700 returned Turk l-ta prisoners were lauded in the Bosphorus. Jul. llltfeuce From Btnubsy. Bombay, Oct. 23 —The Govern ment has published au announce ment offering free passage home to families of officers engaged in act ive service, it is thought that an advance into Afghanistan will be impossible for some time. Tbe fever is steadily increasing among the troops stationed at Jamrood and encamped on the frontier. BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' a MERCHANTS' BAMU Of Los Augeles. CAPITAL 500,000 OO ISAIAS W. lIKLLMAN President L. O. GOODWIN View-President JOHN MILNKR Secretary BOARD OF DIRECTORS. IfIAIAS W. II KM.MAN, EUQEHB MEIER, 0. W. CHILOS, L. C. GOODWIN, CHAKT.KS DUCOMACUN, Jo>K MASCAREL, John s. Griffin, C. E. Thorn, Frank Lecouvreue. Exchange for sale on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN and HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Hay and Ball LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY. AND CITY BONDS. Will also pay tbe highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion. From and after this date, on all moneys In tas Term Deposits, interest will be al lowed. Commercial Bank Of Los Angeles. Authorized Capital • 300,000 . E. HOLLENBECK —President E. F. SPES7CE - ...Caahiar DIRECTORS. A. 11. Wilcox, W. Woodworth, d. 11. Mori. U. MABORT. [. I.ANKBRSUIM, O. 8. WITHERBT, E. F. SPENCR. J. K. HOLLENBECK, This Rank is preparod to reoeWe de posits on open account, issue Certificates of Deposit, and transact a general Rank lug Business. Collections madeand proceeds remitted .it cutrent rates of exchange. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK. MAIN STREET, Los Angeles Cai Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000 1. M. HLAUSON President ,t. 8. HAKF.It. Vice-President I.M. ELLIOTT Cashier DIRKCTORS. 1,8. SI.AUSOW, P. Beaodrt, V. A. Hoover, Robbrt h. Baker, J. Bizry, Geo. W. Presoott A. W. Bowman. Receive Savings Bank aeposlts. Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco, New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and Frank fort. B-,iy exchange on all parts of the United States aad Europe. Receive money on open account and Cer tificate of Deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. MERCHANT TAILOR. J. STRELITZ, Fashionble Merchant Tailor, No. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street, Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST, FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern Cell'nrnla. His old customers ana the public will find It tbe place to get BEST STYLES and FITTING obtainable, NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOESKINB, DIAGONALS, FANCY CASBIMERES, VELVET A SILK VELVETING, Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin cipal gentlemen of the oily, lor whom he has made clothing. ear No necessity to send to San Fran cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o»tf BUSINESS CARDS. IUDBON, GILLETTt & GIBSUN, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Booms 18 and 11. Md onald Block, Mala Ht., lon ANUEI.EM, Oal. SBfMM W. H. J. BKOOKS. OKOnOBI OI.AKKE. w. n.n. hvssu.L, Ati'y at Lair. BROOKS, CLARKE & RUS ELL, Searchers of and Examiners of Titles. iw-allen's buidi.vo, corner Spring and Temple streets. W. M. WILLIAMS. 7. THOMPSON. W. M. WILLIAMS & Co., General Forw ird m. Storage and Commission Merchants. WAREHOUSE—San Pedro st depot. OFFICK Nos. I and 3, Downey liiook, Willi Thompson & Kllis N. B.- We are prepared lo make liber al loans on grain stored with us at ONE flirt CBN r. per month. uShf Si to §1000 to Loan" AT TUB STAR LOAN AND BROKER OFFICE. Romoved to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST. Will ad-vauce on collaterals $1 to $1000, on all kinds of personal property, such as watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols, tfuos, etc. Gold, silver and U. S. Curten cy boaaut aud sold. nllil Lots for Sale!| OH THK INSTALLMENT PLAN OB CHEAPFORC ASH. West Los Angeles Offers the best opportunity for delightful homesteads ef any that has ever been of fered for sale to the public. THK WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL. Only aufflclenty Inclined for good drainage THK SOIL IS EXCELLENT. And ol such charac; that it never cefc.es and is neither muddy in Winter nor dusty In Summer. IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER RUN NING THROUGH IT. THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL TURAL PARK RAILROAD Is completed and running through the ec« tlreland and! now operated successfully through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en Ing Into tho Agricultural Grounds, A DEPOT O F THE LOS ANGELES AND INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD Ifl LOCATED ON THE GROUND*. This Is really the West End oi our beau tiful city, with the beuefit of FRESH, PURE BREEZES FROM THK OCEAN, uncontaminated by gaa or SOW*? effluvia, A glanoe at tlie elegant mansions and fashionable residences now e.ected and tn course of erection roust saUafy any per Jon desiring a home that this Is tho oiare THE TERMS WILL BE MADE KArii AND PRICES MODERATE. MIPS WILL BE FOUND At the office of ihe Fermers' A M er chants' Bank. Also, at the office of the Main stro and Agrloultural Park Railroad. O. W.CHILDSand JOHN G. DOWNED will give special attention to those seek ng Information. seoiiati The Steams Ranchos, ALFKF.D KOBINMOX, Trustee. •4M market 81.* Nan Fraueiacu, <'al. (\f\l\ ACRES OF LAND FOl. o\_Ja>vJv/vJ sale, In lots to suit, suit *oleforthe culture of Oranges, Lemons, lmeH.Flgn, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, pples. Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Rarley, lax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many housaud acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit able lor Dairying. Good water Is abundant at an average lepth of all feet from the surface. On al moetevery acre of this Iftud FLOWING ARTESIAN WELI*s can be obtained, and the more elevated portions can be Irri gated by the water ol tbe Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are naturally moist requiring only good cultivation to product crops. TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In one, two and three years, with 10 per cem i nterest. I will take pleasure In showing these lands to parties seeking land, who are Invited to oorae and sue this extensive tract before purchasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dec. 24. \ 87 BOOKS, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, AND Musical Instruments, FOR THE HOLIDAYS, — Can be found In Immense Quantities AND AT Lowest Living Prices AT THE POPULAR STORE OF LOUIS LEWIN & CO. novltf Los Angeles Meat Market Corner of First and Main Sts. Having opened a Moat Market at the above stand, I respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. MTNONE BUT THE BEST QUALITY OF MEATS, of all descriptions, served. 011-lm FRANK A. WEINSUANK". NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Immense Importations AND EXTRAORDINARY ZR/EZDTTCTIOILTS: lIS Dry Goods and Fancy Goods. DILLON & KENEALY Beg to Inform their patrons ami the public that they are now receiving the LARGEST and CHOICEST stock of DRY GOODS and FANCY GOODS ever Imported to Los Angeles. Our buyers in New York and Kurope have purchased the LATEST and MO-T STYLISH goods manufactured at unprecedentedly low prices. We are therefore ena bled to ofler goods in tlie following departments 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, Napkins, Waterproofs, Cassimeres, All Reduced! Prints, Muslins and Sheetings, Bleached and Unbleached, Reduced Below Manufacturers' Cost! A Special Line of Best Brands Ginghams and Yard-wide WHITE PIQUES. A. MAGNIFICENT STOCK OP Ladies' Fall and Winter Cloaks. DILLON & KENEALY, SPECIAL NOTICE. FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY. Having to mako room for my Winter Goods, I offer my present Magniacent Stock of BOOT IS dte BHOBS At Lower Prices Than Ever Sold Before. those having in mind the say n£ of money, would do well to call at oce. I will give BARGAIN'S 1 KEEP NO TRASH GOODS. All ft of Ihe best manufacture. AT SLANEY'S, 100 MASN STREET, LOS AMCELES^ IN THE DRY GOODS BUSINESS. OFFER 3 875,000 WORTH OF GOODS ' TO BE SOLD AT Less Tlian Cost, To Retire fiom Business. Prices no object. Come and examine my stock, and satisfy yourself. NO HUMBUG. Great reduction in nrices at wholesale. _ P E. LAVE NTH AL, HELLMAN BLOCK, cor.Los Angeles & Commercial Sts. 06-tf ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS Spear, Meade & Co., [Successors la Litilefleld, Webb 4 C 0.,1 GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 316 ami 318 Wasliingto-i Stmt, Ban Francisco. Bcliult consignments of all kinds of country produce. Make prompt return*. Advance liberally on approved ship ments. o*-COriRESPONDF.NCK SOLICITED JyM-6m Watches and Jewelry. Marine; purchased Ihe stock and II *- tures of the well known Jewelry store of Mr. T. W. siuckpole, adding thereto a large and entirely new assortment of goods, we ere are prepared to show the citizen* of Los Angeles and vicinity one of tbo finest aud best seleoted stocks to bo 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, chains, jewelry, etc., to which the attention ol the public la especially invited. In spectacles we have a large und va ried assortment, and are the exclusive agents in Southern Cat ifornla of the cel enrated Lazcrus * Morris perfected spec tacles, which we claim ure the nne.«t in the world. Mr. Stack pole will remain In our em ploy, having exclusive control of the | woik department, and, as heretofore, es pecial attention will be given to the re pairing of fine watches and Jewelry. We shall he happy to see all our old friends ami the public at large. DUNsMOOB BROS. jySU 31*4 Spring street. NO. 125 I SOCIETY NOTICES. j Mason Ie Notice. a iM Aanta.lu,t*« Ka.sa. r. _A*a_ * *• M—The slated ineeHasS \" V of this Lodge hie held on toe BntMONDAY ofeaih n.oul , a* ' v 7:30 p. n. Men.bi-ri.nl lewai. | pha, No. 202, and .11 J)i:n. • Mesons In seod aiaurlini; are corll*lu Invited. By order of tbe W: Mi ''ham. smith. Secretory, Lis Anqslai Chapter N». 33, B: A;. t Stated convocations OB in MONDA > or each month 7X P. H. »i Masonic Hal Sojourn'op companions Da good standing coidlallr Us. vited. By order of s. f.»<iv, h. r. Sam. Pkaokk -eoreliiry. I.ci Angeles Council No 11, Hsral tan Eelscl Masters, F. • a. «., Holds its alsted assemblies on tbe Mb Monday of each month at Max.ufe Hall. U,7:SO P.M. (Sojourning < on, ji.nl ma In • standing arc fraternally invittd la attend. By order ol tbe lb' 111 . It. Q. CUNNINOHAM. i.m,wi«r*. t i^^ Craur 0a Won Commanders No. jaSßr 9, k;. t;. Holds lis stated conclaves at the Asy. vim In Miisoiilc Mall, on Uae Tn*"w niURSDAY ol ea- Ii inontb, al "S o'clock p. M. Sojourning Knights Templar In ' good standing are cordially Invited nxat* lend, lly order of the ■:• o:- J. C. I.ITT!.EnEi,i). Recorder. Lua Aua-ele* LlMlgeS*, SO, I. ©. CP. Ml.*'. Regular meeting held an EVENING Ot ''SpfJjßPeaoh week ut 7% o'clock. Ho looming brethren In good standing aro cordially Invited. J. W. BARD, ». c A. Frame, R. 8. Orange Grcva Encampment, No. SI, 1.9. 0. F. -Tittflr BEfJULAR MEETIN39 -M*-* the second and •eSSgHPrTI'EHI-AYH of each month a* 7K P. M. Sojourning PatnV archs In good .landing are cordially Invi ted to attend. C C. UPS, 0. P. B. Marxsen, Scribe. § Knight* of Pythias. OLIVE LODGE, No. Sf, meets every Thursday evening,** 7 o'clock, at the Castle-Hal), -n Downey Block. All sojourning Knights * in good standing are ■'ordiallv Invited. I I. A. DUNSMOOR.C. a C. E. Miles, K. of R. s. Confidence Engine Company No. 2. ,| «. REGULAR MEETINGS Ol 1 >M»i this Company will take plaaa.. sJgSSKv on tne ant Wednesday c"^ 0 ". sjmHNu oing of each Pyo. ' ," I, inirr ™" W. 8. MOORE, becrrtarr^^ THR OLDEST AUCTIONEER N< W in business lv (Southern CAtliornla. AUCTION HOUSE, Corner ofSPRINQ and MARKET streets. VV. H. NORTHCRAFT p* Has been -rneaged in tbe business of Auctioneering; aud other branchta < f trade tor 25 years, and feels warrant d Id saying that be can give s a tv-fat-lion la any business entrusted to bis care. WW CASH paid for Household and Kitchen Furniiute, Horses, Whk ps s-utf Liuj;gies and all other articled of vaiua. REAL ESTATE A SPECIAL! Y. Will RENT HOUBFS and furnUa household and farm help. Advances made on conMgr merit*. Commissions on money loaned oi.e par oent. * 1 *• I n» PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE Of Loi Angeles City and County. First State, County and City Licence taken out Oct. Ist, 1869, and kept up uninterrupted to tbe present da*e. 18. W. ITOYES, GENERAL AUCTIONEER With J. G. De Turk, No. 1 MAt-KffT T.. two duoM h huve Wells, Kargi * Co.'d Offlue. IVtfu.ar Bale Days for lorne*, ear* iI r.-, mrniiure. etc.,Wedr-e di ys and Saturdays from 10 o'clock a. w to 4 o'clock p. m. Cash advance- m de iw» congifinments. Cash paid or k.u.ia ■it -no Is,warcsi and merclian < ( bj*r#.e« on the ' live and let letliVf" b •»'-. N. H.- No real estate sold txcept by auction. Charges on real i-siaiw sa.M one per cent. E. VV. NO YES, Auctfuiper, And (ieneral Business Manager t > J G. DeTurk. n>#l OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE AND Largest Stock of Auction Goods IN Tiili (.11 Y. ZEE. IR/. BBOWN, Auction and Com mission Merehaut, Two doors east of old stand, on Court St, Sou'b of Court House. aVßeiular Sales on Saturdays, neat • a. it. till 4p. M. Special sales made at any time or placa. Cash paid for all kinds ol goods. Reference, by permission: R. E. Hyde, President Bank of Viialla; E. P.Mpenes, CasblerCommercial Bank, L. A. sl2tf H. R. BROWN, Auelloneer. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. A blgblylmprcvsd traot of «0 ACBES or LAND. Ttrins of Sale—«S,eoO, one-half cask, gold coin, and tbe other half pioasrty, real oi personal, at its present oask value. , , Call and see tbe property, or apply t» JUDOK THOMAS li. SMITH, of I.OS Auneles, or O. H. ALLEN, residing* oa the premises, adjoining tbs Los Nletoa In.t.tute, near Downey City. olstr TABBIJH'S IMPROVED HAY FORK I Patent Applied For,] a the most perfect, amd easiest operating derrick fork In existence. On« man can operate It with the-greatest ease .as tbe strain i,i lv ting tbe fork causes It to grapple IU load autoiuatlcallT, while a pufl upon the roh'Wiiii cord, when tbe fork has been lifted to tbe desired place, causes it to drop tbe load nstantly. There is nothing la the cenatracties ef lata Fork thatls liable to get cut of order. Farmers will do well to axamlna this Bar Fork, as It saves expense and greatly avail tatet the handling ofbay, grain and straw. Oommuuloations addressed to J. T. HOTT, Gen. Agent. Ban Mates, Cai.