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Th. Ilia«i.i.sie..,. I'milin, Houa. la not ni
P..H-I t.y any Job Hi I »» "-a Fecll*
cm* ouul.le ol N»„ r-ranotaee. In tadllttsa lot
olng Job .or.. Lo* price., I»a»l «<»* and S»
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.horchc. ru- , will only ueinierted Itl hu 111..1.0
p. 1.1 ailllllllSHltl W. rr»rve, lor Plat*.
I Wordiip. a g.alultow. dlreotory. which 111
pp. r .eery Sunday morning.
Thn llieAue tSBe. le eeanettte o wllh th. t.le
phone lutein ol \M Angele. city and oounty.
Order, lor .il.nniw.in.nl. ..r )01. work may b
. lit through tl"- .'him tc niltiilief I*t
The llllll.li 1. the ofßcl.l paper ol 111. elty of
lav) Angele. Th. tilt delin.|uciit lan IbrU and
all other nwXSewtal notice, appear only in IU col
llrenteno Hro... No. n Union Bt|Uere New
YnrWtlv, arc sgi-uU lor the IfSStM Itwll
on.Utitly li. feeJM 011 aale nn their count n
Mr B. N. Itow. lathe SanU Ana agent ol
Wim I'KMItiKNT "I' Til I I -.ITHi STATIC,
Of Now Yutk.
THOB. A. HENDRICKS,
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CHAs'ItoIM.KII, |TII"M ii " I.AINK.
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LnLVillsll I M ,Hill
W.J. 't'IN.NI.N, h11V.1.1 No INMIIIn.
ol Trinity. ..
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UKOKIIKT. MAKVK, |J H- ™
JABaST. BUIIPIiY, I KI>W A It I > WINTK,
Vv"'ir*«-Klllt!""' I 0. AW i I-I
of Monterey. I ol Tulare.
R. F. DEL VALLE,
of lata Alici lei..
Col. Markhum and the Chinese.
Tbe HK.ui.i> o! ycaterdny contained a
curd from Col. H - H Markham, the Re
publican nominee for the Sixth Cutigren-
Riuirnl district, iv which that gentleman
positively denies that hi had ever MM*
ployed Chinamen iv his Oro OfMM
mine, or hail consented tv their employ
ment. The iasue ia Ibll squarely raised
between Col. Mark ham ami bit former
partner, Dr. Cougar, between Col. Mark
ham and hia former mining Hupei inteud
eot, Samuel .lames, ami between Col.
Mark hum ami bU former teamsters, the
Messrs. Turner and Hriatol. In tho
Ilkkai.ii of Sunday litt wm published the
letter of tho Messrs. Turner ami lames,
iv which they Mid that Col. Markha.ro,
ia per-ion, had mat them on tba road to
thu mine* and had dire, ted them in per
•unto take Chinamen out to the Oro
(.ramie property. Our esteemed contem
porary, the Titn<s, undertook to throw a
slur up.m thia letter; ami, iv ho many
word*, it intim.itiMj tlmt Mr. Turner hail
beeti misrepresented, with oblique hint*
of forgery pointing at Dr. Cougar. Apru
poa of thin |dniHo of the controversy, wu
give below un affidavit iv which Mr. A.
O. Hriatol, the other party to the letter
which appeared iv the Hi-halm, tells
whut he kuowa uhout tho matter. It
wilt he remembered that Mr. H. waa one
of the parties who, iv cnmtnou with
Turner, waa directed lo bring out the
Mongolians. Hut here ia tho atlidavit:
Ntatk Of Cn.irouNiA, \
County ol Los Angelea. j
A. O. Hriatol, being lirst duly sworn,
deposes and says that he kuowa tho ful
lowing article, to-wlt:
KmTt.a Uailt If Ma lb: We hereby wish to
stato that "fo were gulii* into Los Aiiß-eles after
lvii,!" i-n l met Col. 11. H. Mark-uuii on tha
adobe rtaul, who wished om- of ut fo return to
I'natulana nml tnUe tint lot*.l of Chiiinmiri which
liiml started the cvi tmm h.-fure for tln-u.o lintmlo
-. wines, ami I, (Turner) returned nml started ith
Ulem for till' -'S tin- M.-Vl lin lin
K. Tt SNKH.
A. v. BMNOb.
I'nM.ler.n. H-i't IMb, mi.
That the aa** 1 waa published iv the
Loa Angelea DAICItHxMALD on Sunday,
Sept. I.Bth, LBM, T] iat * nul arwole
above referred to was .Trfsttß Wf MfsJi
Turner iv tho preaenee of the uuder
signed and Dr. Cougar, and waa then
aud thore signed by aaid Turner and
myself in tho presence of said Congur,
aud in the presence of each other. All
the matters and everything continued in
aaid article me true, and since the same
waa writteu Ami signed, aaid Turner liab
admitted nnd he has never denied that
everything therein contained ia true.
Subscribed aud sworn tn before me
this 4th day of October, 1884.
[skal ] A. O. Bristol.
Wm. N. Watk.ks, Notary Public.
Comment front us is hardly necessary.
As far as this controversy has gone the
gravamen of the testimony is against
Cot. Markham a rfOOrd on a question so
vital to California and Culiforuiaus.
The World's Fair at New Orleans
Despite the active and now thorough
ly aroused interest which is btiaj| dis
played iv the approaching Presidential
election, and the profound interest
which we have unswervingly felt, ami as
uniformly displayed, in all that pertains
to tho welfare or success of tho Demo
cratic party, wo continue to look upon
the advancement of the prosperity of
I.os Angeles county as one of the high
est ends t<< which we can devote our
journalistic cllorts. With that in view
it becomes us to eidl the earnest atten
tion of our readers to the necessity for
more organized and intelligent cllorts iv
the matter of preparing a creditable ex
hibition for the coming World's Imposi
tion to be held in New Orleans next
w inter, commencing with December
15th. Tho preliminary work hna cer
tainly been all that our county could
desire. With such aMM as Mr. I. W.
llt llniaii for Commissioner a prestige is
given tv our endeavors which cannot but
prove beneticial. Mr. Heilman, bow
ever, cannot do anything useful to speak
of unless his etTurts are ably assisted by
tbose who tnke a geuuine interest in
lha development of this county. We
cannot, by any words, exaggerate the
importance of the coming World'-. Fair.
Since the lirst great X x pusi tiou in Lou
don, away back in tlx; fifties, which was
fathered, if not inaugurated, by tke
Prince Conaort, theae Internation
al exhibit* uf general .udustries
and national progn ss have shown
themselves us wondei ful motors to thu
prosperity, as well us general thrift of
the National or municipal bodies, under
whose auspices they are held. Bnt,
more than all this, is the benefit which
comparatively new and unknown sec
tions of country derive from this wide
spread advertising. We are told tlmt
Los Augeles county is probably tbe best
advertised section of the United State*,
but this v no reason for the apathy
which so iar haa been displayed toward
accumulating a creditable exhibit for
tbe great exposition now in preparation
at New Orleans. As a matter of fact,
this will hv tbe greatest of all siu-h af
fairs. It has been projected on a scale
of unparalleled inaguiticencc aud magni
tude. Nothiug tbat money can do to
make it a grand success will be left un
done. At its head is a man who has
earned an almost national reputation far
astounding energy and executive ability.
He mote nationalities aud insiguihcant
ones are putting out every effort to at
tract the world's attention to the pro
ducts of their soil and their labor. Our
neighboring Territory of Arizona has al
most forgotten the exciting interests of a
t'reiidenlinl campaign in the all-abierb
ing carea of gatberiug together an eibibit
of signal atlraclioit. What, we aik, ii
being done here at home ? Tbe import
ance of exerting onraelvea il great; we
might aay it Ii of vital neceuity.
Immigration to tin, rarlbly Para
diie will depend net a little
on what we do in the coming winter.
We. wbo have tbe prosperity of Ibii
lection ao tleuply al heart, wbo bay.
watched iv phenomenal progresi with
BBwB profound atittety and cuti!ei|Uent
gladn.it!, who have iv lite line of our
ahility done all that our wßUOrtlllMl
■iltnttted of, now urge upon ill who feel
aa wi do ou Urn lubjeot tv put their
lies! loot forward. Let llier.be a gather
ing together of uur wonderful prudticu,
a judicioua ami intelligent a.leotion of
all Iho.-> tiling, which will reveal to tbe
outer world how much we have been
favored in Nature , distribution and tbe
remit will SOl Lm regretted by any.
Now il the lim. lor making an t Hurl.
Let ill not emulate Mn. Il.iltibey.
TBI iceliim for Cleveland mil Hond
ricks gjnilll oil around tho Ammn an
continent. I I"' attempt to vitiligo the
Hlnine propaganda ii a lugtlbrioue
full ThM tin re il I crrtlill pictur
•eqal element in the clmliilicy ol KUIuo
Muotbedoubted. While the Kcpnbli
em candidate for I'reiileut haa never
advocated a di.tit.clivrly popular or vie
ful iiicuuuri'; while hu haa lieen, to I
certain ettenl, magnetic aod popular,
lie is undoubtedly, if the American
people believe in good moral! ami fair
play, v Vary weak men. He ia putiued
by the ahaduw uf the Mulligan letter!,
and theau t-piallea have great itreugth
while uuilenied. 'I be puiiciilioui way
iv which Ihe Republican preiM carefully
itippt'o-il thi'He letter! il in marked Con
trail with the manner In which Blame
referred tv them in hi! brief talk to a
Maine reporter. Let ni have the truth.
In other wonli, let vi havo light.
TiJKa.rt of apotheosis whioh ts ac
corded to Logan in certain Kepuh
lican circles, gives rise to the
natural idea that it ia very lit
tle worth the while of an aspir
iug American politician to cere "deuce
Hues" about the truth. Thn man who is
the Republican candidate for Vioe Pres
ident id tho Tinted States Is the nemo
man who laid that he was willing to do
the dirty work which alone mud** the
recovery of fugitive slaves possible, and
which earned for hint the sobriquet of
"Dirty Work John Logan." Thu ques
tion of color haa disappeared from our
National and Statu politics; hut tbe
reminiscence of tbu old timo struggles
leftVM the record of the descendant of
Ibe Mingo chief, from the standpoint of
principle, even moro stained thau is that
nf Hbtiue, thu tattooed caudidate ptmT
Tiik very general approval expressed
on all sides at tbo excellent soloutions
Made by the recent Democratic County
Convention would be unqualifiedly gtat
ifying were it not that humaulty de
mntided aomu hltto sympathy for thoae
unfortunates brought forward for
slam/hter by Ihe Knptihlicftu Convention
uf Urn weak preceding. Tho impression
vow very generally prevails, aud it ia
one endorsed as uorrcct by mauy perspi
cacious Republicans, that the Demo
crats will elect their ticket almost to a
mnu. No power ou earth can prevent
such a consummation eiuept the most
THI fact that Alexander Sullivan ban
resigned the Presidency of the Irish Na
tional League tv stump the Kasteru
States for lilaino of course shows that
there is a certain defection from the
Democratic party in the Irish vote.
That it ia very limited, however, ia
shown by thu spontaneity aud authusi*
nam with which such splendid Irishmen
aa Geo, Patrick Collins, of Massachu
setts, are championing the ticket of
Cleveland aud Hendricks.
Inconsistency all Around.
The e.TtfcV B| Hill Now York Sun, Sec
retary Stanton's Assistant Secretary of
Wur, an admirer and eulogist of (iraut,
later a professed Democrat and a more
or less useful supporter of Democratic
nominees, but now an avowed enemy of
the Democratic parly and the Democratic
candidate, is twitting Carl Sehurz with
fickleness and inconsistency for refusing
to support Blame ! -Detroit Free Pre**.
Regular Douiocratlc nominee for
J. O. MORGAN,
Regular Democinttc nominee for
Justice of the Peace,
Henry C. Austin,
Republican noininee for
For Township Constable,
CH AH. 11. I'KNNINtI, is a candidate for the
ottlce of TnwnshipCotiiUble, subject to the vote
of the iK-ope on thu 4th nf November. He has
haen nominated a* a caiiilldato ol Uie Reputdican
County Convention. acpau td
For Township Justice.
RI'DOLI'H KAN>'KY, KcpuMican noininee
for Township Justice of Los Augeles Township.
Khs'tlon, November 4, ItwJl, octl td
*12 NORTH MAIN STKKET,
OFFER FOR SALE:
House and lot ou llonls street; mortgaged; a
tif acres on Main atttstj orange crop sotd for
M. 00 on the trees; cheap;ftO.tsJO.
Conn r lot aud house on Turner street; mort
rand; must he sold; *7M).
MU acres improved land mi es from P.
O.; own- r goim: feast; StlM'O.
Lot on Hill street :>iM,.U; fruit trco ; cheap
est on the street; .0.
Confectionery, fiuit ami lunch business, excel
lent Mtand. *JOO.
l>;> acree hiifhlj iiuproitsl fruit land; 2 housos
ami barns; best btrgain in I'asauVn* 1 \... v
tlood land at l,*iicaster per acre, #t>.
S& acres on Adi.lll-; l»-iutifiil place; IIIXI.OOO. *
1.. 1 on [JM)Sf Main street, near church;cheap
est on street; -l
!» room house on I'ico street; large lot; AtIOOO.
A great variety of ranches vacant land,houses
and lots for sale. llojsos to runt. Kents col
lected. seuSi tf
FIRST ST. MARKET,
No. IS Wert Firrt .treet,
Between Hale »..J spring rtreeta. «holeaale ami
r. i.ul -li :.u r. in Ki-*h. liaino ami Poultry. Fancy
rWltrj and Piireoua a .jtcclalty. Ili|ihert oa.h
i>iu,i|-iml f .r i.niltry, Kauiß, canary .nil other
tiirda UiveiutatH, Amaru tor Petaluma In.
cuuatur.. will) I.INDUN A BOLLE.
A. M. EDELMAN,
OITOOi i; North Main Strwit Is* Antrelss
Cal. Hooms iti and IT, Heilman Klock. scp24tf
Is hereby given that the Jackson street grade as
assssnssn roQ, bstwesu wVasnsgtwa and Alameda
streets, has been received \-\ tin Superintendent
of HtroeU, and thht all>jum>i levie I and assessed
in said assessment roll are now ihi« sic I payabla
immediately; and that the pa\ ment of salt) sums
is to bu made to him within (SO) thirty days from
Hie dale of the first publicaton of this notice
And ail assessment- r„,t paid l„.fore the cxpirs
tion of said thirty (SO) days will he declared to
bs delinquent; and that thereafter the sum of (£.)
live per cent, upon the amount of «ach delin
quent assessment, together with ths cost of ad
-■■■>i. delinquent assessment, will be
Sddad tli.reto. E. If. BOVD,
\ Los Angelas, Cal.. oa. 3,1864. ukU 10t
LOS ANGELES DAILY HEBALt). SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBEP 5. 1884.
NKW TODAY. NKW TO DAY
We are Still at the Old Standi
The rjuccens of the pant year has inspired us with
threat confidence for the future. We are justly proud of
our success, and will continue our efforts to merit the
confidence and patronage of the public.
ANNUAL GRAND OPENING,
With the choicest assortment of Tailor-made
fine garments —equal to custom made—in the
Latest Approved Styles—will commence on
SATURDAY, 27TH INST.
We invite nil to a critical examination
of the .Styles, Fit, Trimming and Making
of Olir Suits. The particular attention of
Barents is called to our large and varied stock of
toys' and Chihlreu's Suits. Remember,
you take no chances at the
Boston One Price Clothing House,
13 NADEAU BLOCK.
a»ig»Pquare dealing is Ihe rule. One price to all.
Money refunded if purchase is not satisfactory. Mp2a
From the Best regulated families in Los
Angeles and vicinity show a decided majority
for H. Jevne, the popular grocer, at Nos. 38
and 40 North Spring St.
His store is now double the size of former
ly and a complete and separate Order Depart
ment has been added, where orders wiil be
put up with a neatness and dispatch such as
his former cramped quarters would not per
Economical housekeepers are particularly
invited to examine our stock and prices.
Courteous Treatment, Good Goods, Lowest Prices,
Arc the rules at
H. JEVNE S
Popular Grocery House!
38 & 40 SPRING STREET, r.*....
JUST WHAT YOU ALL WANT I
If you knew the excellence ol
E. B. MILLAR & COS.
PEN ANG : SPICES, FLAVORING EXTRACTS 1
Etc., etc., much annoyance would be done away with, for
WHOLLY FREE FROM ADULTERATION,
And will preduce the best possible results in cookery.
Together with their circular, "Housekeepers' List of Fine
Spices and Aids to Good Cookery," are being distributed
in the city, giving an opportunity to test the superior
LITTLE'S CHEMICAL FLUID,
The Mheep Oil* Yon rolseniniH mid Illsi i.IV. tan t
Best In use for Scab in Sheep and Fly-blow In Bucks and Calves and of great curative poa
ers for stock of all kinds-collar and saddle- galls in horses, mange and hoof diseases; kills chicken
lice, lice or skin disease iv Iks/h, checks dccoini.<rhiUoa, deodorises Impure air in livery stables.
LITTLE'S SOLUBLE PHENYL E. Perfect as a spray in orchards or vine
yard*; guaranteed to cure scale or cutworm without It.jury to growth; is non corrosive, and is bust
when mixed with cold water. Try It once. All that Is sold is guaranteed to accomplish its object
Directions with every can. Call on or address,
P. O. Box 107. Js2x Kootu 2, Ducomtuun Block Los Angeles. Cala.
W7 WESTERNHAGSN■ H. SCHIMMEL
H. SCHIMMEL & CO.,
BOOTS & SHOES,
25 South Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
a£g»Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast for Wetteman,
Rost & Co's hand and machine sewed fine men's Boots
aud Shoes. „„„ ,„,
KKW TO-DAY. JVKW TO-DAY.
THE EVER ACTING AND
AT LAST RESUTLS
Id a Quadruple Overstocking of
Fall and Winter Goods!
It Mai aa unexpected tv ua aa it ia no doubt to you that a houae should com
mence to slaughter goods before, they ure unpacked or placed in stock and es
pecially whan that stock consists of the
Latest and Most Elegant Novelties
That c.n bu purchased in the Iti it commercialfcentorfi of the country.
OUR ORDERING DEPARTMENT
And our buyers in New York and San Francisco are slightly at sea with each
other. Each oue has purchased double the quantity ordered, aud we have a sur
plus stock of tbrne times tho amount of our intended orders for Fait aud Winter
trade. How it cornea we do not know, unless the former duplicated their orders
to our respective buyers. Hut that is neither here nor there, the goods are her*
and coming, aud must be disposed of in some manner. We will start right in and
Slaughter tbe Whole Outfit!
And let it go for wbat it will bring. It it a pity but cannot be helped. Our
lebora for thii season will be devoted to tbeaccomplishmentef a task almost super
human aud the prices of our new goads will be scandalously low. liuin start a
where fortune ahould smile.
The sale of these elegant goods will Commence
MONDAY, the 6th inst., at 10 a. m., without reserve.
We can assure our patrons that both in quantity,
quality, price, exquisittness of pattern and fabric our
Fall importations exceed any of our previous attempts.
We simply ask an inspection.
N. B. Country orders receive prompt attention. Illus
trated Catalogues mailed free upon application.
PARENTS AND PUPILS
Los Angeles Public Schools.
The contract mmle between the Hoard of E.lucatien of IiOSJ Angelas City and the
Publishers of Mcliuffey Roadcrs reads as futlows:
"Any Pupil having a reader of any grade or kind,
whether in use or not, can obtain the Book de
sired for use by the payment of the Exchange
Price ot the book desired for use in the school."
This very remarkable contract speaks well for tho action of onr Board of Educa
tion, as it will save the I'ublic a large amount of money iv the buying of
new render* for this term. Wo have been appointed Agent*
by the Publishers for the Exchange of the McGulTey
Headers, and tho following
Exchange Prices will be Strictly Maintained:
McGuffey's First Reader 10 cents I McGufTey's Second Header 15 cent*
McGnll'ey'a Third Reader '.'3 cent* | McGuffey's Konrth Reader 30 cent*
Mctiuffey's Fifth Reader 35 cents.
The following Text Hooks will also be sold at Exchange Prices :
Reed's Word Lessons (in ex. for an old Swiuton Word Hook or Analysis) 10 eta
Maury'a Phyaical Geography, revisod (in exchange for the old edition) 75 eta
JSTThe Public will do well to remember these prices. In obtaining the books at
Exohango Prices, children must of course bring us their old books back.
All other School Books and School Supplies at Lowest Prices.
PHIL. HIRSCHFELD & CO.,
•ep24-lln Booksellers anl Stationers, 215 North Main Street, Downey Block.
Furniture, Carpets, Eto.
<'ompelled to Oiler Kxtra
To a( .l| ur- praont stock to make room for our fall goods. Thi. is no advertising
dodge—we tneau what we say. (Satisfaction guaranteed. An invitation ex
tended to all.
ALLEN & THOMSON,
sept" »g SOUTH SPRIX. ST.. I.OS AMCMJg.
O O -A- X.,
WOOD. HAY AND CHARCOAL.
HOLMES & SCOTT IST S. Sprlntr Street. nio
Abernethy & Co.
Have Just Received Expressly for the
A Complete Line of
HATS, CAPS, ETC., FOR
GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN
7.1 \ortll Sprina; street, Los Angeles, Cal. ..„wi
Just Received from tbe Exhibition
in San Francisco:
Beautiful Uptight and So,u«re Pl«no« aM ele
gant Parlor Organs; alio an t pright l'iauo «Meh
has liecn In use a few w. eks.
•spa* lw KhdilMßskii' Kind.
MISS L. J. HAMMOND
Mss just returned from San Francisco, after an
iilnthr- ~t tin-.-.- woc-ks, bringing with her a
krgc stock of Milliner) Uncle In all the latest
styles and reneMlM, at remarkably low prices,
"'sopil'ilu" 11 Mo. ««■>. FtprlfJ«l«Vt.
NKW TO DAY. NEW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY.
CITY OF PARIS,
wi tlllny ° F SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Sjffl»
«|JByp 105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, mM \\Wjf
LATEST PARISIAN STYLES,
MAGNIFICENT GOOD 3.
Beautiful Patterns and Unequaled Low Prioes.
Our enormous stock of Dress Goods, Bilks and Velvet, has arrived
and will be diaplayed
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1884.
Ladle, In tha city and the surrounding country arc Boat cordially Invited to
call and inspect this most Ueautllul and Complete Stock. Nutliih, like it in South
IN STYLES, QUANTITY, QUALITY & UNIFORM LOW PRICES
Goods Marked In Plain Flsures. "Ono Price."
STERN. CAHN & LOEB.
IIKI OKK RRSOVIIU I* TO OUR MTOKK.
WOS. 13 AHTD 15 NORTH SPRIHTO STREET,
WE OFFER AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
50 Extra Fine Walnnt and Mahogany Bed Room Sets. 75 Medium Fine Walnut and Ash Bed
Room Sets. IM Low Priced Walnut, Cherry and Ash Bed Room sifts.
We Have also made Great Reductions on Carpets, Oil Clothe, Linoleums, Mattings, etc.
sarUo not fail lo call oa us before purchasing.
O. T. BARKER & SONS.
septatf iii-t. :ii4 and MS Worth Main Street. Near Pico Bouse.
Sierra Madre College,
A Christian College for Young
Gentlemen and Ladies,
Preparatory and Colleglst* Ooiir>os, Vocal and
Instrumental Music. Painting and Drawing.
Fall Term Opens Wednesday, Sep
Address J. W. HEALY, D. D., President,
angtU 7w 80. Pasadena, Cal.
.4 Itl \. Main att , near Pico House,
LOS ANUKLE9, CAL.
P. C. WOOPBURY, Proprietor, and Manager of
Heald's Business College, San tWioisco, for the
I«st seventeen years, baaoTMnod a
FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS COLLEGE
Whore Yoinif Hen slid Ladies can acq"'™ »
Thorough, Practical Business Edu
For particulars address
F. C. WOODBURY .v CO.,
JelOtf P. o. box 1367, Lo. Angeles, Cal.
E. PASSA, TEACHER.
I I 111 111. sSjllllllll Graduated tha Uni
versity o( Palls. School, and private lessons.
No. 100 AI.ISO STRKET, LosAnKoles.
PIANOFORTE MUSIC TEACHERS.
Mrs. and Miss Deleval will Itl"! lemons on the
Piano at thclrrcsiilcneo. 37 Daly street, East Los
Anncles. or at tho residence ol jiuplß Address
thr -.njhthe Poatofflco l.ox aw, or l.y personal
application at residence. sepM-Ini
Mr". E. Espina, rooently Iron, Europe, has
opened a Studio at 316 W. Filth .Veet. where
.he i. prepared to make Portraits either 111 Oil
or Crayon. Lesson, given in all hramhes ol the
art. Terms reasonable. septl'2 tin
Ixjs Angeles, Sept. 2T>, 1884.
In conformity with a recommendation
of the California State Hank Commis
sion, and the farther action of the San
Francisco Associated Hunks, we, the
undersigned, do hereby mutually agree
and pledge ourselves, each to the oth
ers, that we will discontinue and refuse
all current oTer-drafts from and after
October Ist, next.
F\hmkkm' & MssCIIANTs' UANk.o! Los Angeles.
Fihst National Bank, of Lo, Angeles.
Los Anori.sh Oot nty Bank.
Los Anuslks National Bank.
(Time, copy) eepi~ lm
Petition in Insolvency.
In the Superior Court of I-os Angeles
Couß'y, State of California.
In th. matterof Alfred JimM »n<l Walter .lame,,
eopartnets doing business under th. Hun name
and stj le el A. James .v Bro.
Alfred James and Walter James, copartner,
dobsl business under tha firm name and style o
A. James * Hro., having filed in this Court their
petition, schedules and inventories in Insolvency
hy which It appear, that they arc l»"»l>«nt
debtors the said Alfred James and Walter
James, 'copartners as aforesaid, are hereby de
clared'to be Insolvent.
The sheriff of the County of Us Angeles is
hereby directed t. take possession of all the ss
tate real and personal, ot said Alfred James and
Walter James and ot the copartnership of A.
James A: Hro., debtors, except such ss may Is hv
law exempt from execution, and of all dee I-,
vouchers, books of account and paper, belong
ing to Mid Alfred James and Walter Janitsl and
A James and Hro., or either or all of th ami
to keep the same safely until the ap)<oihtmciit
of an assignee of their estates.
All persons arc terh.ddcn tn pay any debts ts
the said Insolvent, or either < I them, or to de
liver any property belonging to them or either
of them or to any person, fittn or corporation or
a.s(«!iation for their or i ithcr ol their use.
Ths said debtors an- hereby forbidden to
transfer or deliver any property until the further
order of this Court, . v epl a- herein ordered,
It is further orih-r. it tbat all the creditors of
said debtors, or either of them, or ot the co
partnership of A. Jaim-i A Hro., be snd appear
before the Honorable V. K. Howard, Judge
ot the Superior Court ol the County of Los Au
nbs, la open Court, st th. Court-room, of said
Court iv tie city aod County of Los Angeles, oo
The sth tiny ol November, ISM,
At 10 Mock A M. of that day. to prove their
debts and lo choose one or more assignees ol the
oaUtes of said debtors.
Itisfurtluir ordered that the order be pub
lished 10 the I n, Ason.t-s Daily HkriLii, a
newsnauer of g -raj eir.ilatiun,published In th.
cltj sndcountv of Los Angeles, as often a. the
said |iapcr is published before Ihe said day set for
tie- meeting ot the creditors. .
It is further ordered that. In the mean
time,.ll proceedings against tho said Insolvent,
hated October 2. 1834. ___
> HENKY M. SMITH,
Judge nf Superior Court.
Hi. knell 4 White, attorneys lor petltoners.
Ilrs. C. A Frank Stevens,
Beat .ft ofTenth, ■»». Leave impres
sion for teeth Is tho mortilng, can have them
muds day. Teeth without a plate. Fine fillings
a snedaitv. All operations guaranteed. Hooma
IS snd Itl Hchnmeoher Ulock.opposite I' <> mvlllf
W. R SPBNOB,
Late of Kiverslds, 1, now located at No. 44 South
Sonne street, ia rear of F. f£. Ilrowu'a hardware
store. Prepared to do all kiod, of flrst-elaa.
plumbing. insllf ' 1
SCO! FOR THE
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE!
We arc Now Offering;
Greater Inducements Than Ever
All over the house so as to make rooai for our
Fall and Winter Goods
Now on the way. Remember our Motto at all times
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PEOFITS!
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE,
71 N. SPRING STREET.
Opposite the Court House. mrU
TO THK I. A niKH:-I will tell rt»gardlcs*of rost for the next 30 da)» tt,.' follow. I.** article:
Ladies' hii.l Children* I nderwear. Ladies' arid Children's Suits,
Udie*' and Children** Hosiery. Ladles' and Children's Wrappers,
Ladies' snd Children's Cuiim Suits, Ladies' snd Children* Worsted Salts,
Ladies and Children's Cashiu. r,- Suits. Ladies' and Children's Silk Suits,
Ladies' and Children's White -Suite, Ladies' and Children's whitewrappen,
(duties' Linen Dusters, Ladies' Mohair Dusters,
Ladies' aprons, thaw N. dolmans, cloaks. Ladies' handsome trimnoed skirts In all colors and black
In calico, gingham*, lawn*, delaines, worsted, cashmere, ladles' cloth, smtin snd silk, all tbe way
from "Brents to *7n. Also a lsrgt? assortment of fancy goods. My Millinery Department needs to
be seen to he appreciated, as it hu* been selected with ran: by an experienced Milliner. In regard
to my DrosstnikiiiL,' I't'p-.rttnent, I wish to state to the ladies of Loe Angele* and vicinity that lam
now prepared to (ill all orders ;il th ■ tfaotiest notice. As tn my work and fitting, I can safely state
without fear r,t contradiction, or otherwise 1 Iswld not expert to reUin or Increase my extensive
trade. My price* ar.■ ini-rnt.d to lu-lower than those offered by my sharpest competitors In Lo*
Angelesor anywhere Call at MS V Main Mr., under Ht. Klmo Hotel. oett-liu
- _ ...„
H. H. MARKHAM, President. P. P. JOHNSON. Secretary.
C. H. BRADLEY, Vice-President. 0. T. STAMM, Treasurer.
Incorporated August l, IHH4 4'apltal. SIOO.OOO.
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO OOTTER & BRADLEY,
WHOLIBAI.E AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
"Wall Paper, Decorations, Etc.,
25!), 2(11 North Main Street. Los Angeles, Cal.,
(OPPOSITE BAKER BLOCK,)
Are Constantly receiving New Goods, and, on account'of convenience
in handling and having bought at reduced oricos, they ara
SELLING LOWER THAN EVER.
«UKM(UII ... ...
uCfl IV9I filling! from tho smallest to en
§Jri_t___ Bs»JjTtS tire made with gold guaran
ll l f' SßUßßSyjilg -'Itci Hiqinl the test of ti and vie.
f| __\ mm\WwsmiK'ySLmmm\ ITJI Artificial Teeth Inserted on rubber,
§SjSf aß&i r^aiSffltfflSCTliT^^a- 1 ''"I" 1 1- gntta percba, silver and gold.
IMrl^P^S'S^Wn^a^^SSlHfV^tf 1 f" r bealth pref-
DR. SMITH ha« recently invented and constructed an improved apparatua
tbat will, in 0»e second, make the most aching teeth and the mogt painful
gums a» insensible a. a ,tone. This makea teeth extracting in all cases—children
and adnlta—alwolntely piinless and harmless. jy2std
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY,
COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, THE 26TH INSTANT.
I have iast received an immense consignment of the celebrated lIANNAN ft
sons band and machine made
BOOTS eSc SHOES.
To make room for thoso goods I will have to sacrifice $10,000 worth at a
low prioe. Tbe tuprrior quality of my good, are wull known to everybody, and
oat they go if they will not bring lint cost.
A. S. MO DONALB,
uep'J.Vlm No. 46 North Spring Street.
113 N. SPRING STEET,
Hu jost moved into bis new garters and received a large and faaliionahlo stock of
CLOTHS AND CASIDIZIBXIB
Wbiob be is prepared to furnish in suits to his patrons with bis usual prompti
PRICES ARE AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.