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G ROVER CLEVELAND,
of New York
roB 11' i. rH.iiiiKNT or TH. nSftBV araTrH,
THOS. A. HENDRICKB,
RM fllK.Ml KKNTI Al. KI.HCTOItH
i HAB KORLKR, TllokUH"if MINK,
ol Hau PratielMo; ol H.mln rlara.
i f UKKBY, J. T. llAltlllSiiloN.
ol Miillrr: nf l oltiia,
W .1 IIS'NIN, EDWIN HWINKOHh.
of Iniilly. ol Colom
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ol Bait.; "I TuolDmn.!
JinlN A ITANLKY, NATHANi, JONKS,
of Alamed.. nl i-miti 11
UKtIHIIK T M VltVr:. J M I \ ION.
ol X in Kr.Miel-eo "I " in Kr H"'l»eo;
J VMK-i I Ml 1! 11l V. H'rt till' Will IK,
"(Hint , ll ira. „l Hallla t.'rill
W II WEBB, A, I ATWKI.I.,
<,r Montamy. "' ' "i.t"-
oi i>» tagata
__. , , , 111 M HMITH
for Huperior Jud||M |J.HKOU»r)KAII
ParrHatrlet Attornay 'hum h SHOWS
Kor XiiirlrT It M. HAKIIAM
lorl-'oantr Traiiunr J. » BKOAIiKh
Kor U ly ei'-rk A WKM I H
Km County Recorder ('ll ah, I mii.kh
por I'aaCnll.otnr HAM. in.
Por f.'nuoty Ail'lltor A. K. HKI'IT.VKIIA
Kor i',.nut v Hiirveyor A II IIUX'I'IIN
rorOauuly Uoruer lie. 11. NAUKAI'
ror Pabllo AamiaUtraioi M. r. OOTIJti
Hevriiiy sixth DMrlol Aimorr kinnkv
s.v. my Mieiill. I'i-lrii-l W K. II X A I'll MAN
:, ,i 1.1, llahth 111-lrlel W. J MAlt'l'lN
Klr.l ULlrlel 0. HTHKHIII.KY
laMOlld IHatrlcl JOHN I. MollAN
Third Dtitriol f it. hay
l ..mil. Dlatrlot. OKU IIINIW
Xl fit, DMrlol IAOOI ROM
roK Jl'aTil KH OP THK l-KAI'K:
I lly ID>tle. J. I. MoIKIAN
l'otyiMlll|. .ItlMllee li. A. UKO
WM. ITOSSiaSR, JOHN W UItIKKIN.
Tin: Republican County Central
Ootnmtttoe baa taken particular pains
to transport lo this lung a missionary
named Morahouae He addressed the
men and brethren lust night. On the
]M,Hters around tow n he was billed as
''lata Democratic member ol Assem
bly from Fresno county." Fresno
OOUnty bus not been represcnled in
tbe Legislature by any man named
Morehouse within the memory uf tho
Oldest Inhabitant, There is, however,
a party named 11. V. Morehouse, a
resident of Salinas City, Monterey
I'uiiuty, v prominent member nf tba
Patriotic Order of Ihe Sons of Amer
ica—who wus v member of the Dem
ocratic siute Central Cornmifttes until
compelled to resign (or betrayal nf
pledges made to his constituents. Mr.
Mnrchuuse has pruhably discovered
channels iv which he may be useful—
uml does not propose to he a deuil
head iv the Itepuhlican campaign—
es|H'cially since he hue. heroine a
"dead duck" in the Democratic party
und has been, as we have been in
formed, ignominious])* kicked ont
Wa have been a Itttla amnaad ul
the idea v numbered tun- readon bave
uf ihr matter published in v oewspa
par, Pot instance, tlie raadin|matter
uf ihe Hi ii v n wax formerly printed
in brevier. It ia BOW, with the ex
ception nf the editorial department,
ho( up in nonpareil, just un the New
fork HtraU, Ban Franciaco Chronielt
uml other uielrnpulitun papers are.
VYs are now riving about a (bird mora
reading matter tban ever before;
while, by the employment nf email
tyiK\ it fills a lose space than our for
mer somewhat retrenched reading
mailer did. One column of solid non
pareil contains very nearly as many
words aa two of the old-time brevier
columns. The change bas ncooast
tateii a considerable Increaae of the
force oi DOfnpOSitorl in thia oll'ire.
We make these reluarka because
there are Home people in l.os Angeles
who actually think the llkiiai.ii, with
its new dress, has reduced the quan
tity of reading matter published daily
in these pages. If Ihe doubter will
take the trouble to notice how long it
takes him to read a column of solid
nonpareil, he w ill soon know tbe dll
Thk occasional appearances nf Mr.
TO den apoa the public Mage, whether
In tbe shape ol a letter or Inpropria
periorut, affords the Btpublican preH
an <>p|H)itiitiit>' of showing their on
dying eotnity to the man who was cox
ened by Republicans ont of the office
t« which the people had elected him.
Again ami again do we Bad exempli
fications o[ the trite old adage that
men never forgive those whom they
have wronged, it would add greatly
to the Republican delight, no doubt,
if Mr. Tilden, in addition to lieinu;
old and infirm, were poor and in rags.
Their hatred would then lie sated.
Fortunately for the sane ol Qramarcy
Park, however, he can buy ami sell
the whole tribe of small fry politi
cians who are trying to belittle him,
and he did not steal In- money front
the plethoric coffers of Ihe United
States, either. Me made it in tho
lines of a sagacious private citizen,
anil not a dollar of it can he traced to
any of ti„- monumental public spolia
tions engit red hy the Republican
party. No taint oi t'redit Mohilieror
Stttr Route infamies clings to his
skirtK. lie never, iii his whole life
time, received a dollar from it public
ofiiee with Ihe exception of his salary
as the Reform Governor of New
York, and his eontrihutrotu to the
Democratic campaign lunds during
the past twenty years have amounted
to twenty limes that sum. Rich, hon
ored, snriounded by troupsof friend?,
a sla teaman and a gentleman, Samuel
.1. Tilden tells bis countrymen whole
some truths and Republican malig*
nity falls back from tha crystal purity
of his record like water from a duck'a
back. We can fancy that we see Ibis
mat. bless old man smile serenely
at tlie writhinga of the men whom his
trenchant logic has impaled. Never
Wat there a more impotent Hpeetit'-le
than the attempt to smirch the unsur
passed patri. Usui uf Samuel J. Til
den. The whole power of lhe Kovern
uietit ol the United States was for
pan angaged in that attempt, with
sB Kb machinery ol Federal District
Attorneys and Marshals, and a monu
mental failure was the result. What
a contrast to Blame, who lias to Ite
|H,ppiiigup every now and then lv offer
june explanations ol a career which
remarkably resembles that uf a Coney
Island "capper," and who has to lie
su variously and su desperately that
he is being tripped up at every turn.
I ii> m may la* time, w hen flguro.
won't lie, luit thi* la cartalajy not Uie
eitHe in a l'n-eidciitial campaign. In
v lute inane nf onr aatOajflafd oootaw
potajy, the Han Kruiieiaeo Obreafcif,
there it in the , • lititrial i oluunm un
extraordinary mad ley of figurea. The
writer coolly aaaumel that the whole
aix Culifornia I'ongreaHional district,
are likely to return Uepiililirun pap
naaWlaHtaa this year. It ia true thut
he ia gracious enough to ii'hnit that
there may he Home iloilht ulmiml the
Fourth Dktrlati bat, altar tanadar
lag iinaml with iigun-a to hia lu-urt'M
content, he finally liacta Morrow over
Huntings, HiMHi-veii gobbling up that.
It iM |a-rhupH kartUnatfl (or the DBBMM
racy of California Uud etoctloßi an
niit hehl on paper, or they woakl not
have a lag left lo ataod trpon, What
Ihe ChnmirU aeribe known of ihe nb>
jeet he dIMiUMMB a., iiwliahly ia shown
hy hia alateinent thul lieithi-r the elec
tion of iwj, when Htonamaa mm
elected OutirH hy a plurality of
22,000, nor lhat of IMS, when. Moord
illg to our rni>teln|Miniry, the I'etun
,, ut i<- Clini||iaaainaii al I aiga ware
•tectad by a majority of 13,000, tra to
he taken ilh crHariotM for the proai'iit
eontaat, Wlutt light v writer who
daaa not know that nut two California
fliiii|n—mm al langa arawalattatt al
the IMM t'b'i'tioti with I ioveni'ii
StonatMfl ••un .bad upon thin fir jiny
other ideation, we leave Id our readera
tn imagine The gent lonian whn baa
nadi thin irtuMniHiMUT illbbuib'ij
next prOC Is tn curry tha BbMB for
Bluiuc hy from 15,000 tn liWU
jnrily. Tn iln bu ne InfUiuorKly uh
hiimm'h tliat two out of tin- Ihraamen
who VOlsd (or Williiim I. White in
tin* roh'hratod triangular i/übi-rnato
riitl t-hu'tion will rota (ur llluine on
account of tha tariff tarn*. A morr
riilii-llloin. "<"i MftfftMf it would be
hard to flad, If thr Caronfefe'l ug
uri'H wi-rn exactly ri-vi-rmd iih to the
•qpportan o( White thara would in
■oma mbm in Urn proposition. Fig
niaa, in tba lunula oi » nun who taaa
not even know when or n&daff wlutt
romiitioiiH UieOuajgioaaimiitooaa hit
own gtafta wata Btaotad, arc rataalaaa
indicia Indaad, Out aataaMad con
temporary may prepare Itsall batifnaa
to aaa nl IwMrt towol tha atai llt antaaa
own Denocrattoj uml, if it wan not
thai we do not Wiah to Heart- it out of
itH propriety, we would rluiin the
whola nix. Tha Mute which gave
Stononiun the lurgi-Ht plurality utnl
iniijority over received l,y n I'uliforniu
Governor, hihiklh udtiiiruhiy uireeted
towaida the Danoovatfa party.
No one can have failed to note how
very rony anil BlMOUrßgtng lire the uc
eouiitH of Itlaitie'H mnveim-ntH in Ohio
anil eliewhere. One would luppuaSi
toreadtbene Battering talea, lhat an
nnexainpleil ovation wan ex
tended to tha Plumed Knight Wher
ever he ohoae tn put In an appearance.
The iOCref nf these pecnliat-tliHpatchcH
ll doubtleea lo he aottghl iv the follow
ing, which we fuel in un Baßtettl pa-
Blame iH certainly pulling ihe atHawa
that net theae aniatl-lry Ohio politl
einiiH capfiring, it in a notorious fact
thai the ilinpatehcH of Ihe Weaterli
Awoelatod Pteaa, which iliould ba
nothing if not non*parttaan, are care
fully revlaed by Blalna himaall la'fore
they are Kent out, Mr. I>evine, a
fdea the party al WcHtern AHHoeiutod
PrtMH correHpondent. He alao acta iih
Btftlno'l private Heeretitry. and a way
faring man though a fool, can read
how the fulHome and tattering rc|H,rtH
of thin aaaoeiatlon are inarjlrea. Walk
er Blame aumMted to Mr. Will Clem
ena, ol Cleveland, the raureaentotlve
ol tha United PreM, thai he might
une Devrlna'a report for Wa aaaooia
tion. Mr. Clemena promptly refiiHed.
The man from Maine in v very deft
km.l at OQtiklng op thin kind of hogiiH
enthnalsara. The real facta Cal hia ex
traordinary iwillging uroitml the circle
in Ohio are probably truthfully de
fer! bed in the (ollowing letter from
the Toledo correspondent of the New
York \Vorl,l. lie hiivh :
The neat Blame rdftrtU arrived
from Otaveland ihin aftatwoott. T'" l
Hiereoiypeil torohllghl prooaaatoS uml
the MHiial nnmbar of dull Hpet-chc.
were the lentiireH nf lo night I dem
rjnatration. The trip waa oavoid ol
■pacta] inlereHl. lUuitie looked noiiio
yvhat ralraahad thia morning when he
reached the train at Cleveland, und
yet hin hiee Wore Unit Btranga, liviil
expreaaion which betokenaill health.
His eves were heavy, with ilark rir
olaa ander them, and a peculiar pnn\
appaaranoß ahout the under Hilh. He
ih eertuitlly antaring from Holite Heri
oiih tronbla, althtuigh hla frienilH are
lee king tn hide it from the puhlie.
Tw ice limine; ihe Irip to-day he wan
oivell tneilii'ine hy hia Hon Walker.
He weave it weary, roalleO look.
However, next Tuenihty ia not fur
off, antl every one will then he ai wine
an hla neighbor aa to the axsot aa<aot
of Bhdna'a electioneering in the
Buckeye State, He itartad out from
hin home in Muine under the ibadow
of the dilpiriUng tact that every
■paeoh-making candidate who ever
conaentad to It amp the eonntrv waa
beaten, from Henry clay and Stephen
A. Dongtaa down to Horatio Seymour
anil Horace Qrealey. Even pafMaal
rnagnetlam of auch a pronouncod
character an Blame poaaaaaaa nm.v
And Itaell unable to stem the popular
tide which calla for the extrliHion
from |iower of the Republican party.
Mr. Balva Lookwaod'l maiden ipaach—
■'Ye«. ll — fAi(oil. I|»f>in ivill.
Those who tay woman cannot run afaaa
fully should hHik nl I.ely n l.< >ekwoml. She
is ri'itiuIi,k (or Praaldent and has not yet
made iitiy had break.— New OrteoM* I'ii'n-
Mr. Ht. John, who Imai-inen that he is a
candidate [or llu- Presidency on.l would like
other peppl. to fall Jnto th. mime delusion,
has written a letler. -.l/f»i»v />, .hm,
That In a very extensive proitrinnrne which
Blame's m eer. Inn- ~rr.ul for hi.
western trip. It I. doubtful li he will bare
uiiiKHetism eiiouah tn ma aaeaad^-taaiai
The liovelly in the IlUinc eircun yesterday
wan (he illtrodlicti f tlie eelehratcii t.ahy
kissiiiit act. This is always a areal attr.ic
Hot, in rural shows, i,„t is otter fatal to the
11 iii. Keller win Mount pan. th,.
pluuie.l I '1 broker ihroual io li will
he eiay tndintilutuLh him from the latter
l.yylic fact that liis tattoo m.irk- are not s,,
Hope munt sprlntt eternal In Bnllcr'n
hren.l Wl.' ll lie exiire-se- ill,' l.elief Dial he
will I.c elected. That, al least. Is one nl the
lliine- that c.inn.it I.e. under auv fnnlon or
confusion of IBM Intlir fffflltfb/flill
Mr. FLher'n < oii K rcssloiial aitcnt In not
very judicious In the ills!rihutloti of hi.
tarty. He .annul tell . very my he visit,
ili.it it i. the most nro-pcri'iis in lhe Culled
Stale, without invltlm; a well founded ,11..
Irust ot his sincerity.-V. f>iio* A'./".W" .|"
THE BUFFALO "TIMES" FOR
A nauaal BtavarlM for thr
rnior I poll VI.UIMg 11,. Home.
Norn'ril t" Ih, H'orW.
Soreuo, net. I -The nfnee ot the HutTaln
lh„h, J,,,". w«» la-anltfiilly lllinnlliate.l t.^
nl.ht. The ia- ~„, „„. ,l mt ,| u . Timr , )ul<
mparteiind a chan«,' of heart anil will In
the riilTin i tain ~n .-.lit..rtnl ili|o„u|
uncom|.rom|.|iiiily for rlevelainl and Hie
whole IN-lniaTatie Uekat The 7'< ii". w ill
- The editor ol lhe Ti nn a, thai namrally
Inclined to ally thi. pn|H-r inor,- e],..i-Iy to
the llenearalii' pirly, ha- Hu- further In
to ihe llenioeralii' < aii.li.liit' . "I .liarlnif tin'
renernl Henliinent of ili.^ii.( and alarm nt
thccfTnr.nl the Kcpiihlicnn party to l.d.t ,
man upon the eonntrv aa Prraldelit. wr»,.e
pnlilic r.oord aa a lei;i»lator I. -nur h I
w itli e,,rr'i|Hl'in lo an cxtcnl cxcccdiliK any-
IBWI rcronled In the hLmry ol any other
oatlona] reprcentative and whose crime,
aaalnftt the nation the Kepilhllran party la
anxloualy prepared in delend and ludorae "
I.allies whu are troiihled with rrutiii, iv.l
narvoaaneM ahoew ilrlnk Uanilana Bittern.
. It in pleaaalll In lake.
LOS ANGELES DATLY ITFJ.ALT). FKIPAY MOKXTXG, OfTOBETt 10, 1884.
| NKW TP-PAV. WSW TO PAY
We are Still at the Old Stand!
The success of the past year has inspired us with
great confidence for the future. We are justly proud of
our success, and will continue our efforts to rosrit the
confidence and patronage ol 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 all to a critical examination
of the Styles, Fit, Trimming and Making
of our Suits. The particular attention of
parents is called to our large and varied stock of
Hoys' aud Children's Suits. Kemember,
you take no chances at the
Boston One Price Clothing House,
13 NADEAU BLOCK.
*ac»S(|iiare dealing is the rule. One price to all.
Money refunded if purchase is notsatistactory. ,e,,2e:un
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 wlil be
put up with a neatness and dispatch such as
his former cramped quarters iwould not per
Economical housekeepers are part'cularly
invited to examine our stock and prices.
Courteous Treatment, t.ood Goods, Lowest prices.
Are the rules at
Popular Grocery House!
38D& 40DSPRING:STREET. L,„,,,„
JUST WHAT YOU ALL WANT I
If you knew^the>excellence~of
E. B. MILLAR & COS.
PENANQ I ZSPICES, FLAVORING EXTRACTS
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,
• 0 Tbe Kh.-e p in p \ou rniNoiioitM and IMMnfrrtftat.
'Beat in urn for Hceb In Sheep and Fly-blow In Mucks and Calves and of great curative poa
srs for rftoe.k nf »1) Winds oollararid saddle galls in horses, m.uige and hoof diseases; kills chicken
lice, lice or skin disease in h««s, ehe. W iiecomp..mtioii. <l« isb.riK. s impure iiir in livery stables.
LITTLE'S SOLUBLE PHENYLE. I'erfect as a spray in orchards or vine
yards; jpiaranteed to cure scale or cut* ..rm without injury lo growth; is non . orrnalve. and is heat
when mixed with cold water. Try it once. All that is sold is guarnnleed to ac« mupluih IU object
Directions with evary can. Call uor address,
P. O. Boa 107. Jwata* Room 'i, I>uco*nmiin Block Ix>a Angeles. Cala
W. WCSTERNHAQEN. H. BGHIMMEL
H. SCHIMMEL & CO.,
BOOTS &: SHOES,
25 South Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Agents for the Pacific Coast for Witteman,
Rost & Co's hand and machine sewed fine men's Boots
NKW TO-DAY. -VKW TO DAY.
THE EVER AOTINO AND
AT LAST BESUTLS
In a Qnadmpie Oyerstaclang of
Fall and Winter Goods!
It was v unexpected to us aa it ia no doubt to you that a house should cont
inence to slaughter h before they arc unpacked or placed iv stock and ea
pecially when that stock couaiata of the
Latest and Most Elegant Novelties
That cau be purchased in the largest comtnercialfcenttirei of the country.
OUR ORDERING DEPARTMENT
And our buyen in New Y«rk and San Francisco are slightly at aea with each
other, tiach oue baa purchased double the quantity ordered, and we have a aur
plns slock of three times the amount of our intended orders for Fall and Winter
trade. How it cornea we do not know, uuless the former duplicated tbeir orders
to our respective buyers. But that ia neither here nor there, the goods are here
aud coming, aud must be disposed of in some manner. , We will start right in and
Slaughter tbe Whole Outfit I
And let it go for what it will bring. It il a pity but cannot be belpeil. Our
labor, for thi. season will be devoted to tbnaccoinpli.hment nf a tank almost super
human and tbe price, of our new goed. will be acandaloasly low. Ruin k .lares
where fortune should .mile. ~
The aale 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, exquisiteness of pattern and fabric our
Fall importations exceed any of our previous attempts.
We simply ask an inspection. w
N. B. Country orders receive prompt attention. Illus
trated Catalogues mailed free upon application.
PARENTS AND PUPILS
OF THE ]
Los||Angeles Public Schools.
The contract made between Ihe Board of Kilucatien of ho. Angeles City and the
Publisbera of Mctluffey Headers reads aa follows:
"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 apeak, well for the action of our Board of Educa
tion, aa It will save the Public a large amount of money in the buying of
new readers for thia term. We have been appointed Agents
by the Publishers for tbe Exchange of the McOuffey
Headers, and tbe following
Exchange Prices will be Strictly Maintained:
McOuffey's First Reader 10 cents I McOuffey's Second Reader 15 cents
McOnffey'a Third Reader 25 cents | McOuffey's Fonrth Header SO cents
McOaffev's Fifth Header 35 centa.
The following Text Books will also be sold at Exchange Prices :
Heed s Word Lessons (in ex. for an old ttwinton Word Book or Analysis) 10 cts
Maury's Physical Geography, revised (in exchange for the old edition) 75 ct.
COThe Publio will do well to remember these prices. In obtaining the books at
Exchange Prices, children most of course bring us their old hooks hack.
All other School Books aud School Snppllea at Lowest Prices.
PHIL. HIRSCHFELD & CO.,
sep24-lm Booksellers an I Btatloners, 215 North Main Street, Downey Block.
$20,0001 TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS' I $20,000,
. WORTH OP
Furniture and Carpets,
In Order to Close our Copartnership.
We are Compelled to sell our Stock of Furniture and
Prices Lower than Ever Sold
IN LOS ANGELES.
ALLEN & THOMSON,
sept 2 :>■: SOI TH SPRIM. ST.. LOS ANGELES.
C O -Ak. X- ,
WOOD, HAY AND CHARCOAL.
HOLMES & SCOTT IS7 S. Sprlntt Street. "io
Abernethy & Co.
Have Just Received Expressly for the
FALL TIR ADE
A Complete Line of
HATS, CAPS, ETC., FOR
GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN
T3 North Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. ja„2 3 .t
Just Receiver! from tbe Exhibition
in Ban Francisco:
Beeutitul Upright aad Square I'lanoe and ele
gant Parlor Oritana; alio an CprtKht tUrna which
baa been In uw a lew w. eka.
aepse ia> Katun S» ■ »<>«■»-> Hloek
MISS L. J. HAMMOND
Hm Jul returned from Ben Krendeoo, alter an
..!-... -. ol throe woeka, hrimtlng wlt> > *
lartte Block otMillim ryOoocla In all tha leleel
atyleernd noveltlee, at remarkably low prion,
at her naw atore.
~,, Me). *« H Mprlnv Ht.
NEW TO-DAY. NKW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY.
CITY OP PARIS,
l|| OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, £1 BIS
LATEST PARISIAN STYLES,
Beautiful Patterns and Unentitled Low Prioes.
Oor enormous .took ol Drew Good., Silks and Velvet, has arrived
and will be displayed
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1884.
Ladies In th. dlr »nd th. surrounding country .re uio«t cordially invited |o
0.11 and liuuect thu most Beautilul sad 01-JpUf Stock. Nothliu/ Ilk. It In South
IN STYLES, QUANTITY, QUALITY & UNIFORM LOW PRICES
Good*. Marked In Plain Figures. "One Price."
STERN, CAHN & LOEB.
BKIOKK HKMUYiNI. INTO OCR STORE,
IVOS. 13 ATSTT» IS WORTH SjPRIIVO stuhut,
WE OFFER AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
SO Extra Fine Walnut and Mahogany Bed Room Set... 75 Medium Fine Walnut and Aah Bed
Koom Sets. 125 Low Priced Walnut, Cherry and Aah Bed Boom Sets.
We Have alao made Great Reductions on Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Mattings, etc.
0 Do not fail to call oa v. before purchaaing.
O. T. BARKER & SONS.
aeptatf «24 and 336 Worth Main street, Wear Pleo Home.
Sierra Madre College,
A Christian College for Young
Gentlemen and Ladies,
Preparatory and Collegiate Course*, Vocal and
Instrumental' Music, Painting and Drawing.
Fall Term Opens Wednesday, Sep
Address J. W. HKALY, D. D , President,
artgltf 7w So. Pasadena, Cal.
81« N. Malm Ht-, near Pico House,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
F. C.|WOODBURY, Proprietor, and Manager of
lieald's Business College, San Francisco, for thu
past seventeen yeara, has opened a
FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS COLLEGE
Where Young Men and Ladies can acquire a
Thorough, Practical Business Edu
For particulars address
F. C. WOODBURY A CO.,
JelOtf P. O. Box UM, Los Ante el es, Cal.
E. PABSA, TEACHER,
Professor of FRENCH. Graduate of the Uni
versity of Pails. Schools and private lessons.
No. 100 ALISO STREET, Los Angeles.
PIANOFORTE MUSIC TEACHERS.
Mrs. and Miss Deleval will give lessons on the
Piano at their residence, 37 Dslv Htreet, East Los
Angeles, or at the residence nl pupils. Address
through the Postotflce box iflu, or hy personal
application at residence. sepSft-lm
Mr". E. Esplna, recently from Europe, has
opened a Studio at S\b W. Fifth st-eet. where
niw. is prepared to make Portraits either In Oil
or Crayon. Lessons given in all branches of the
art. Terms reasonable. acptlS lm
Teacher of Singing,
oct't-lw 110 South M.ln Street.
Lot Anciklks, Sept. tt, 1884.
In conformity with a recommendation
of the California Htate Hank Commis
sion, and the farther acliou of the Han
Kranrisco Associated Hanks, we, the
undersigned, do hereby mutually agree
and pledge ourselves, each to the oth
er!,, that we will discontinue and refuse
alt current over-drafte from and after
October Ist, next.
Farmkiih' 4 Mp k ii ants Hank ,of Los Angeles.
First N n i ■■• il Bank, ol Los Angeles.
i- - anublhi coumtt bank.
Loh Anubmeh National Bams.
(Times segrj sepg7 lm
Petition in Insolvency.
In tbe Buperior Court of Los Angeles
Couß>y, Htate of California.
In the matterof Allred Jamesanil Walter James,
c.jptrtueis doing business under the firm uhnic
and st) le of A. James A Bro.
Alfred James and Walter James, copartners
,1 I,up.iii--hh iij.ri, i thr firm name ami -U I,- n
A. .Ih hSi liru , having tiled inthiH Court their
!„ iilii. ii. schedule* an.l invetitnriv* in iin.nl. ,„v\
u<. *hich It appears that they an- insolvent
.irl.turs, the stfld Alfred James and WalUir
Juiinpartn. rs as aforesaid, arc herehy de
dared to be insolvent.
Thr Sheriff of the Oounty of Los Angeles Is
hereby directed t»> take poaMr.wi.ui of all the ea
tate, real and pernotiat, nt suid Alfred James and
Waller James and of thi.' copartnership of A.
James tt Bro., debtors, except mich as may l>e by
law exempt from execution, ami ol all deed-,
i diiclhTh, IKK)ItH of account uml pa|H.-n belong
ing to said Alfred Jam. M ami Walter James and
A James and Bro , ->r. itht-r or all o, th. in, and
to keep the name H»f.h until the apjioiiitiiieiil
of an assiifiiee of their i-tntti.
All persons are fcrMd.feu lo pay any debts t«
the said Wisoln iifH or i i'hemf them, or to de
liver any prnpem belonging to them or * Utter
u\ them or to am jn rKon, lltin or corporation or
itusoi-iitlion for lln-ir or either i-f their use.
The sai.l debtors are hereby forhldden to
transfer or dclnrr ton properly until th* further
order of tliiM r.,urf., . \t ept as herein ordered,
It is further, mlcred that all thu creditors of
said debtors, or either of them, or of the co
l art ne rdi ip of A. James dt Bro., he and appear
before the Honorable V. K. Howard, Judge
ol the Superior t.'oiirt oi the County of Los An
l-i'l'-m, iii open Court. at the Court-room of said
Court in the City and County of Los Angeles, on
The sth clay Of \o trnihrr, INH4,
At 10 Vlork A. M. ol that day, to prove thalr
dehts ami to rhoose one or more assignee* ol the
■ ■'.i.- ol said dehtore.
) It ia lurthiir ordered that the order he pub
lished in the Lo* Asoiliw Daily llrr.ld, a
muspaper of general nreiilatioa,p4ihll«htxl In ihs
city ami county ol Los Angelea, as often aa the
said paper is published before lhe said day set lor
the meeting ol the creditors.
H is further ordered that. In the m*»«
timc.all proceedings against the said insolvents
HKNRY M. BMITH,
Judge of Huperior Court.
Bicknoll* White, attorneysf«r petltonern.
IM s. C* A Frank Stevens,
IK-Nt sft ofTeelh t»N. Leave Impres
•ion tor teeth is the morning, can have them
•awe day. Teeth without a plate. Fine fillings
a apedalty. All operation* guaranteed. Rooms
\h »nd iti s< hDiuAv:lier Ithwik,opposite B O myfltf
~CQI FOR THE
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE!~
We are Now Offering;
Greater Induaments Than Ever
AU over the house so as to make room for onr
Fall and Winter Goods
Now on the way. Remember our Motto at all times
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE,
71 N. SPRING STREET.
Opposite the Court House. m ,„
PALACE OF FASHION.
TO THK LA IMKM: I will * II regard lr»i of rout lor tha licit SOdayithe followingarticle.:
Ladles •nd Children's ruder* ear, 1.,,1 i. »' and Children'! Suite,
Lsdlee' and Children. Hosiery, Ladlci' and Children 1 ! Wrapper.,
Ladlci' nd Children* Ci.li.-o Snitu, Ladles' and Children a Wonted Haiti,
U. 11,-1 and Children'! Caihmere Suits, Ladies' and Children'! BUk Suit!,
Ladies' and Children'! White Suit!, Ladle.* and Childrea'a white wrapper!.
Ladies' linen Hunters, Labile!' Mohair Dusters,
Ladle!' aprona, shawl,, dolman!, cloak!. Ladies' handftome trimmed aktrte in at] colon and black
in calico, gjngh.me, lawus, delaine!, wonted, cashmere, ladies' cloth, satin and silk, all the way
Iron, 7ft rente to #75. Alao a law aarortmcut cf fancy goods. My Millinery [teparlmentntede to
ho aeen to be appreciated, a! It haa been select, ,1 with rare by an experienced Milliner. ln regard
to my Dresemaklug Department, I wlah to Mate to the Udle. ol Loa Angehe and vicinity Ulal I am
now prepared to till all ordinal tb. ihorteit notice. Alto my work and Btlin,. I can Barely atate
without fear of contr.,.!,, tic,,, or oth. rwl.e I could not expect to retekn or Increaae my eltenatro
treble. My price" an- i mI. -11. i..- ,t than tlioae offered by my aharpest competitor! in Loa
Angeleaor anywhere. Call at Call V Main Ml., under St. Mum Hotel. octx-lm
H. H. MARKHAM, Prealdent. K. P. JOHNSON. Secretary.
C. H. BRtIILKV. Vice Piosident. O. T. STAMM. Treaiurer ■
liv orpoi m. il toinit 1, INNI < uplt.l. sioo.ooo.
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO.,
SUCCESS ORB TO DOTTER Sk BRADLEY,
WHOI MALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Wall Paper, Decorations, Etc.,
*», will 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 orices, they are
SELLING LOWER THAN EVER.
afftJrJBLI twrnlfCak tb. to on
li re made with gold giiarau
lITjH BAB i' tot
nirtl!mTr%'™>lft Artificial Teeth Inserted nn robber,
MrStwlßeF gutta percba, silver and gold.
Bklßt^BpßHU WjmU'" M for durability la prof-
Mmwwitr S^*Mmm m^--^^m mmm\mW erable.
DR. SMITH ha.roc.ntly invented att.l constructed an improved apparatus
that will, in oae second, make the mo.t acbing leotb and the mort painful
gum. a. in.en.ible a. a atone. Tbi. make, teeth extracting in all oa.ee—children
and adult.—absolutely pninlea. and harnileaa. jy26td
GREAT 1. BARGAINS.
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY,
COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, THE 26TH INSTANT.
I have jnst received an immense consignment of thn celebrated 11 ANNA N &
SONS hand and machine made
BOOTS *Sc SHOES.
To make room fur 11,,.... good. I will have tn morilice 110,000 worth at a
low pric. Tbe superior quality of my goods are well known to everybody, and
ont they go if they will not bring lint oo.t.
aep2s-lm No. 46 North Spring Street.
113 N. SPRUNG BTBET,
Has juit moved into his new quarter, and received » large and fashionable .tuck of
OZiOTHS AND OASIBIHRHS
Which he ii prepared to furniih in auita to his patrons with his usual prompti
PRICES ARE AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.