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whlili "ill kppeej every Monday mnrnioK
The llka.l.li ufllre I. connected with Ihe
lelepl y.tein of 1.,. Anaelr. elty an.l
county Order, fur adverllMMiieiil. or J-.1,
work may Ik-s, ni through thi. medliiin lo
The Ilr.HAl.li 1- lhenfflcl.il l,a|n'r ot tin-clly
Af 1.,. Angele. The elty delfaejuenl tax ll.t.
end all oilier municipal DOthaH apja'ar only
GROVE R CLEVELAND,
Of New York.
THOS A. HENDRICKS,
roit i'iikhipkmiai. KUtcTORa.
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I P. IIKItItY, J T. IIAKItIM.IoN.
nf Hutter: nf I olil.a;
W .1 TINNIN, K.IiWIN HWIN'FOItII,
of Trliaily, "I Coluaa;
lIAKION ftlclOH, X n N
of Huite, vi Tuolumne;
JOHN A. HTANI.FV. NATHAN '■ " i.M-.
of Alameda-. of I'nuln, t'n.la,
OKOKOET. MAItYK. i M KAToN.
uf H.n Fraiicl.cn; s >" I ' <-'';'
JAMKH T. Ml'lll'll V, IU" Villi Will IK,
Ol BanUClara; ~ls,.,urri./.
W. II WKIIII, A. I AIHKI.I
of Monlerey. of Tulare
fj* W.*" DB L VALLS,
Of I "■ Augeles.
, . IH. M. SMITH
For HnpetTur Judges jj.IIIiOUSvKAU
Iter Wetrlet Attonioy thorn. ii iiiioWN
For Hlorlir 11 " 11A ll 11 A M
SwilnYuitr Treasurer .1 w ItltoA I'llli
Fur Oounty Clerk A w I'otth
fir County 111 r.lel I HAM, X MII.KH
ForT.xCnll.'Clor HAM. I.KVY
Fm C.unly Ittdltoi A t Xt PULVBDA
jioriiuunty Burveror A. (I. iti'XTiiN
Fnr County Comet I'll II NADEAU
Fur Fiihlle■ Admllil.tralor M. 1' cl'T 1.1'.1t
Seventy-ilAll, DUtrlet AllltoT-r KINNK.Y
Hevenly noventh lllalrlrl W. F. IIKAT IIMAN
ieveoty-elihth ni.trln W. J. MAItTIN
F'r.l Hl.lrlel o. BI'UKKHI.KV
Ui d DTatrlM JOHN P. Mohan
third Dtatrlrit * H- DAY
Fuiirlh Hl.lrlel. OK.ll IIINIW
Fifth Dtatrlcl JACOB Iron
Clly IttatlM. J. C. MORtIAN
Town.hlp Jitettee It. A. UNO
WM. HTOKBMKit. JOHN W. OBIFFIN
A False Issue.
Mr. Blame, in bin canvas! in Ohio,
U aeektag to make the whole content
turn upon the tariff, There ban prob
iildy fkevar been a finer Instance of
Impbdence in the World than the ut
tempt tv Obscure Urn force nf thut
liiiiiinuiiM plank of the National Dem
itcralie Convention a 1 Chicago which
dealH with the tariff Although we
huvu fiu,|Muiitiv publiahed it for the
bunelit of onr reader* in itu place in
tbe platform, we cannol ivhihi the
temptation to reproduce II now. It i„
The Dei ratio party pledged tn
ravlae the tariff In a aplrit ~i lal m
to ull inti'i-cntH, but iii making a re
dttoflon in taxi'H il in nut proponed 1,,
injure liny iloiucHtii' inanatnßii Dili
rather to' promote their healthy
growth, from the foundation oi this
fjovernment, toJteß collected at the
oaatom-houKe have been the chief
Hour,',' ~f tfederal revenue, ami sach
they iiiiihi itjntinne to tie. Moreover,
many Industries have come lv rely
upon legislation for their auctrertHfui
continuance, so that any change uf
tlie law iiiiimi be at ever) step regard
ful of thu labor ami capital thua in
volved. The process of reform mnsl
lie rabiect to the execution of tliiH
plain dictate ol Justice, All taxation
hIiuII be limited In thu requirements
of gneonnomlcal Government. The
neceHHarv reduction in taxation can
ami must he effected without depriv-
Ing American labor of thu ability to
compete HUceeHnfully with foreign
labor, ami wiih,ml Imposing lower
rates of duty than w ill hu ample to
cover any Increased cost of produc
tion which may exint iii consequence
of the higher rateof wages prevailing
in tliis eonntrv. Hufflcieni revenue t,,
pay all the expenses of the Federal
tiuverninunt, ut-unoniifallv adinin
iHtered, inolndlng penaiona and Inter
eat and principal of the public debt,
can bu uot under our preaent system
of taxation from custom-house tuxes
on fewer imported articles, bearinu
heavicHt on articles of luxury nnd
bearinK lightest on articles of neces
niiv. we therefore denounce tha
llti'ilneH of Ihe cxiKtiiin tariff, and. sill.
ject to these limitations, we demand
that Federal taxation shall he exclu
sively for public pnrposea and ahall
not exceed the needs of thu Hovern
nient. economically administered,
Wt> havo no hesitation in claiming
that never in tho history of political
Conventions has there been a wiser or
more conservative utterance on tlie
qucHtion of protection to American
industry than in contained in the tore*
going. It is a square and explicit
pledge to the workingmen that 110
legislation will be countenanced by
the Demorratir party whirl, will in
liny manner have a tendency to
throw him out of work, or to embar
rass the business intercut*, of the
country. It contains, besides, nnd
this the people who love fair play
and good government earnestly desire
tn see done, a pledge that Ihe
gross inequality and injustice of the
existing tariff shall be remedied, in
face of such an honest and ringing
declaration in fuvoi of the American
workingnian by the Democratic party
it requires all tlie demagogic audacity
ot BlattM to enable him to no round
Ohio telling the wage-earners that
their livelihood in in danger ii the Re
publican harnucles are scraped off the
bottom ol the ship of state.
The nnti-Hhtinc Republicans of
Pennsylvania have met thin sophls
Heal and artificial argument in a very
trenchant and convincing wuy. In
the lute address issued by them t" thr
voter* of tin' Keyatone Mute therjr my
on thin question 1
Witti respect to the tariff, we in no
■wav recognise thai protection is at
Htuke in the present canvass in the
sense in which the Republican mana
gers Would have ns believe. Many of
the members of this association are
pronounced protectionist.*, whose in
teresfs are largel> dependent, as they
believe, on the continued prosperity
ofthe manufactures fostered by the
tariff, and they can recognize no'dan
ger to these interests Irom the success
of the candidate of a party which in
the last session of Congress only
showed in its efforts at tariff revision
its OWU hopeless division 011 the sub
ject, and was forced at Chicago to
adopt au expression of policy so near
ly akin to that of its rival.
Mi Blame and the Republican cdi
careful to ignore the fact that while
tbe Mm, rison hill was introduced by a
hit by the circumstance thai forty
one DemocraU, headed t.v Samuel j.
Uandall, voted against it. That the
i-ven in the South ifl nol hostile to
protection is shown by the lact that
not one of the representatives from
laoniHiHiia who voted for Carlisle for
Kjieakcr was re-nominated, the fight
l>eing made on this issue.
In itl aspiration to rid the tariff of
the gross favoritism which wan en
grafted on it during the war tin- peo
ple go with the Democratic party. It
is not ■ pleasant thing to know thai a
few Democratic editors and free trade
cranks un- playing into the hands of
Mr. Blame by giving a tree trade con
-urn, ti.in i,, thu taragniag ejaathlem
plank of the Ihiinocratir National
Convention. All that la needed tode
feat (heaa tactic! ia thut the official ut
terance of the party itnclf ahull ba
can(all) read ami poitflatMti
lj th,- lira, I ing of " A Million
Dollars fur Ohio," na New York
» ~./,/ iiii-uwM aapM liitht <in whatis
Ibc real lift' of thn Republican cim
paign in tin' Bockaya Mate. A great
■tana Hii|M-rti, iui observers aacrlha
thr unquestionable vigor uf tin- Itu
pui, limn aaarraaa thereal la to thu
inuun,-ti„ m and v, mi,hi- ways of the
Plumed bight. Here, however, la
llu' true hiiliiiiiiu ol Uu- matter
The l:, piil,li, mm National Commit
tM had star Route Dorse} practli ally
vi its head In 1880. This yoar Star-
Route Steve Klklns ri llm Dorsey'n
tn 1880 the committee sent Dorsey
witli |1,000,000t0 Indiana to boy Hint
Htate in it« Octol ilection,
Thli yoar ilu- committee m-mln
Bteve Klaina lo Ohio with $1 .immi.inni
to Mean v Republican victory next
Indiana was needed to leva <iar
field, Ohio l« a naeea*it) t" lha pro
longation 'il the existence ol the
Blame ticket until Nuvuinhcr.
Who supplies the Republicans with
ii corruption fund tn ba need to re
verso thr will uf tin' people uml nr
core a fable verdict of Che ballot ?
Thr millionaires wl>» have amassed
enormous fortnnea through Repubil.
cull jMtliry whih' l.atior bun been starv-
Ing. The uionopolintn and irraml mil
road grabber! uml apeculntofe who
receive and arc ready- to pay tor prlvi
lr|/os from Ivcpiitihrun adniinisli a
lions, Congresses ami Courts.
Tne 91 .iwni.immi Ohio fund cornea
from Jay Gould, Cyrus W. Field, C,
I. Huntington ami Uusseii Hage;
from banker* tike Levi I*. Morton,
I'ri'Xi'l, Morgan at Go; from Yumlcr-
Dut uml other great railrua'l inoiiu|>o
Do these rnilllonaire* pour ont their
money for nothing? Oh, nol They
take a mortgage on Blame. In whom
Home of tliem have profitable invented
on funnel occasions.
In 1880 two of Urn present investors
pllrcbaned a United Staten .llldgcnhip
with $100,000 subscription to ihe In
■ liana corruption fund, They espfel
quite an profitable a return for the
$100,1100 each nf them donates to the
fund for dcfrutidiiiK tbe |>coplc of
Ohio out of it fair election thia year.
In estimating the chaneaa of the
present campaign there in no better
standard than the euminitnity in
which one lives. Here In ha*. Ange
les all the enthnafaam in on thu l>em
ocratic side, in addition to the total
defection of thu Herman and Latin
rnee vote from the Republican party,
every Democrat known a nuntheroi
Republicans who are going tn vole for
Cleveland and Hendricks. Them in
probably here ami there a Demo
cratic crank who will vote lor Hotter,
Imi iliu Repabllcana who will cant
their ballots for Bt. John outnumber
these let me. From credible In
formation a similar state uf things e«
inln all over the United States,
Ftton all portions of Los Angelea
county there in a remarkable consen
sus of opinion to thu effect that the
Democratic local ticket Is the strong
est und the Republican local ticket in
thn weakest uvur put up before the
1 le. Thin opinion in .nhaied
equally by Democrat* and Republi
cans, ami il will result in the election
of all the Democratic v in,-en by
grattfylng majorities, On every band
on tconnten numbers of Republi
cans who avow their determination to
vote fur thi' Whole or the (.'renter part
of the Democratic nominees for the
county offices. The Democratic Pres
idential ticket will unquestionably
gain hy the popularity nf lhe local
nominations uf the party.
Tiik lain,, andkmco which gathered
in trail ~( the Democratic headquar
ters last night enjoyed an oratorical
treat ~f unusual excellence iv the
H|M'cli „( llun. n. M. Delmaa, it waa
a masterly effort ami anstained bin
reputation for exceptional eloquence<
One of t he Mont I'n«crnnn.«Mi* una
Dntisci niin of Recent Deceits
IMncovered and KxpoMefl.
There is B<\>mp mysterious trouble that
ia attacking nearly every am in th* land
with inure or teas violence. It seem* to
steal into the body like a thief in the
night. Doctors cannot diagnose it-
Scientists are puzzled by its symptoms.
It is, indued, a modern mystery. Like
those severe and vague maladies tlmt at"
tack horses and prostrate nearly all the
animals in the land, this subtle trouble
seems to menace mankind. Many of its
victims have pains about the cheat and
sides, and sometimes in the bock. They
fool dull and sleepy; the mouth has a had
taste, especially in the morning. A
strange sticky slime collects ahout the
teeth. The appetite is poor. There is a
feeling ha* a heavy load upon the stom
ach; aometames a faint, all-gone sensation
is felt at the pit of the stomach, which
food does not satisfy. The •yes. grow
sunken, tha hands and feet feel clammy
at one time and burn intensely at oth*
era. After a white a cough sets in, at
first dry, but after a few months it is
attended with a greyish colored expoc
toration. The afflicted one feels tired all
the while, and sleep does not seem to
afford any rest. Ho becomes nervous,
irritable, and gloomy, and has evil fore
boding*. There is a giddiness, a peculiar
whirling sensation in the head when ris
ing up suddenly. Tho bowels I>ecome
costive, aud then, again, outfhix in
tensely; th* skin is dry and hot at times;
the blood grows thick and stagnant; the
whites of the eyes become tinged with
yellow; tlie urine is scanty ami high
colored, depositing a sediment aftur
standing. There is frequentl) a spitting
up of the food, sometimes with a tawtv
taste, and sometimes with a
taste; this is often attended witli palpi
tatriou of the heart. The vision become*
impaired, with spots before the eyes;
there is (a feeling of prostration and
great weakness. Most nf these symp
toms are in turn present, tt is thought
that nearly one third (.»( mx population
have this disorder in some of its varied,
forms, while medical men have almost
wholly mistaken its nature. Sen* have
treated it for one complaint, tome for
another, but nearly all have failed to
reach the scat of the disorder. Indeed,
many physicians are afflicted with it
themselves. The experience of Dr. A.
ii. kicharda, raiding at No. 468 Tre
niont Street, Koston, is thus deserihed
''1 had all those peculiar and painful
nymp.'oms which I have found airlifting
so many uf my patient*, and which hud
■0 of tan baffled me. 1 knew all the
oommonly established remedies would bt
unavailing, for I hail tried them often vi
the past. 1 therefore determine*}, to
strike out in a new path. To Hay in
tense satisfaction 1 found that 1 waa im
proving The dull, stupid feefeng de
parted, and 1 liegan to enjoy life once
more. My apatite returned. My sleep
was refreshing The color of my face,
which hail bean a sickly yellow, gradu
ally assumed tin. pink tinge of health.
In tlie course of three weeks I felt like a
new man. and know that it waa wholly
owing ti' tlie Wonderful Wlir-ieney of
Warner's Tipprcanoe The liest, which
waa all the medicine 1 t*»ok."
Doctors and scientists often exhnust
their skill and ttie patient die*. They
try everything that has been used by, or
1* known to, tlie profession, and then
fail. Even if they aav* the life it ia
often after great and prolonged agony.
Where all thi* can be avoided by precau
tion and care, how insane a thing tt is to
endure such suffering? With a pure and
palatable preparation within reach, to
neglect ite use is simply inexcusable.
Mr. Hi. John thinks thst this is no time for
ilMi-iiie Mr Blame thinks otherwise —
KdlMin say» he would not tie cured of hi*
•I- ■<("■ 1.0 iioiKNj Thoi.ia> know*- what
MiliMTinUoii agents are.
LOS AXf.'KLKS DAILY HERALD. SUNDAY MOUXING, OCTOBER 12. 1884.
NKW TO-DAY". NKW TO DAY
We are Still at the Old Stand!
The succecs of the rati year has inspired us with
o;reat confidence for the future. We are justly proud of
our IUCCCtn, and will continue our efforts to merit the
confidence antl patronage ot the public.
ANNUAL GRAND OPENING,
With the ohoicest assortment of Tailor-made
fine garments —equal lo ttustoni made —in the
liilifKt Apiirovi'll Slylcs—will commence on
SATURDAY, 27TH INST.
We Invite sill to a critical examination
ol' the Stylet, Fit, Trimming and Making
of our Suits. Ihe particular attention of
parents is called to our large and varied stock of
•toy*' lllld •Children's Suits. Utmember,
you take no chances at the
Boston One Price Clothing iHouse,
13 NADEAU BLOCK.
(tSP'Pqiiare dealing is the rtilo. One price to all.
Money refunded if purchase is not satisfactory. «, P 263m
From.the Best regulatsd 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 would not per
Economical housekeepers are particularly
invited to examine our stock and prices.
Courteous Treatment, t.ood t.oods, Lowest : Prices.
Are the rules at
Popular Grocery House!
STOVES FOR EVERYBODY.
K. E. BROWN
HHsonhand a large -to. v ol
HEATINC AND COOKING STOVES,
] Medallion Range.
Tin, Sheet Iron and Agate Ware
I 44 South Spring. Lew Angeles. California. orTlm
LITTLE'S CHEMICAL FLUID,
Jt fl Thr Nkrrp nip lM4*jNMn aaid IHalnfretaat
Beet l« UK for Seal, la Sheep and Flv-hlow 11, Bucka .art Calve, aad of Kreat enratire po»
era for .took ol all kin.l. r011i.r.i.,1 ...Ml. k '.ll. in hor*e., m.iiife and hoof .h..-*..-.. toll, ehiekei.
lira, lice or akin iliiwaae lv liny;., rlir. k. .1.-eoinpovlmt, il.'f.lomea impure air m livery BUM...
LITTLE'S SOLUBLE PHENVLE. IWfMt aa a .pray ii. orehanl. or vlne
vanla; tfuaraot.. .1 in , or. -•nl i»..n, « „jui- „. north, l» I >""> "•'"■"I
>, I miM.I will, water. Try It o, All thai, is aokl i» guaranteed to aeoonipll.h it. object
llireetioii. with every can. Call on or address,
l i, ii,,. 1,7 Jell! Room 2, niieommilu Block Lot Angele. Cala
W. WESTCRNHAOCN. H.SCHIMMEL
H. SCHIMMEL & CO.,
BOOTS & SHOES,
25 South Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
♦3S*Sole Agents for the Tacific Coast for Witteman,
Rost & Co'a hand and marline sewed fine men's HootH
aud Shoes* mtm*m
NKW TO-DAY. aVKW TO DAY.
"Tiie People's Store's
Competition is Dishonorable"
Ho any some of thoee petty, iniignlHcant, lost efght of mer
ehenta, who may have loomed up centuries ago iv model, and
aegee, when Ihe old alow nace of exhorbitant pric.ee and ex
tortion waa the rule; hut who have heen na.aed and re
paeaed In thia age of reform and advancement to make room
for mercbante of the new school, who know the way tioai
neaa ahould be transacted.
Say» tbe merchant who nteals our idea§, who mimica oar acts,
who borrowa uur horu to sound hU hlant, and then geta up
on bu little dung-pil# and crows and blows to his heart's
content, knowing an he doua that
People's Store has the Lamest Importation of Foreip Dress Goods
Which we sell from 10 cents to 50 cents a yard less than be
aud yet make a living profit.
Beuauae wa are compelled to anil our wares to make room for
our sew goods on the way, and our slaughtering prices don't
suit the taste of theße merchants, who offer a half dozen
baits to sweeten the top in order the better to rob at tbe
Never was more prosperous and ascendant than to-dny. Our
stock of Dress Hoods is replete witb the finest European
fabrics. Onr Millinory Department abouuds with tho rich
est Parisian uovelties. Our Shoe Department transforms tbe
homeliest foot into one of shape aud beauty. Onr Boy.'
Clothing Department is loaded down with suits of clothing
that creates wonder and amazement. In one word we are
able to say that this Fall we can supply yoar wants at as
low prices as the same goods cau he purchased for in New
York. Boston or Chicago.
The Illustrated People's Protector and Price List sent free
to our country patrons, and handsome Cornice Poles free
with every six yards of curtain net or a pair of lace curtains.
PARENTS AND PUPILS
OF THE ]
Los Angeles Public Schools.
r l vi contract made between the Board of Education of Loa Angeles City snd llio
I'ublisbers of McOuffey Reailera 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 speaks well for the action of onr Hoard ot Educa
tion, as it will aave ttie Public a large amount of money iv the buying of
new readers for this term. Wo have been appointed Agents
by the Publishers for tbe Exchange of the McOuffey
Readers, and the following
Exchange Prices will be Strictly Maintained:
McOuffey's First Reader 10 cents I McOuffey's Second Reader 15 centa
McOuffey's Third Reader 25 cents | McOnffey's Fourth Reader :!0 eenta
McOuffey's Fifth Reader .15 centa.
Tho following Text Books will also be sold at Exchange Prices :
Reed s Word Lessons (in ex. for an old Bwinton Word Honk nr Analysis) 10 eta
Maury's Physical Geography, rovised (in exchange for the old edition) 75 eta
taTThe Public will do well to remember these prioes. In obtaining the hnoks at
Exohange Prices, children must of course bring us their old books back.
All other School Books and School Supplies at Lowest Prices.
PHIL. HIRSCHFELD & CO.,
sep24-lm Booksellers an! Stationers, 215 North Main Street, Downey Block.
$20,0001 TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS' | $20,000.
Furniture and Carpets,
In Order to Close our Copartnership.
We are* Compelled to sell our Stock of Furniture and
Prices Lower tian Ever Sold
IN LOS ANGELES.
ALLEN & THOMSON,
.ept2 38 SOI TH SPRINt. ST.. LOS Attt.KI.KH.
O O -A- X- ,
WOOD, HAY AND CHARCOAL.
HOLMES & SCOTT IM S. Sprlnit Street. .to
Abernethy <fe Co.
Have Just Received Expressly for the
FALL TIR, ADE
A Complete Line of
HATS, CAPS, ETC., FOR
GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN
T8 North Spring street, Los Angeles, ( al. , mfau
Just Received from tbe Exhibition
in San Francisco:
Beautiful ITpriirht and Square Piano, and ele
CI Parlor OnraiiH; alao an Uprblht llano whl. li
lawn In uee a tew w. eke.
■vtvia Haaaa a* l»awaa> Mtik.
| MISS L.J. HAMMOND
Maa luet returned from San Franeureo, attar an
I .t.«ene. ol llnee weeka, l.rlnnliat with her a
larva .took ot Millluerv (lootla In all the latest
style, and nnvelUea, at remarkably low prloea,
j * »pi"im" ""' Ma. M at. Marlaa »»«.
NEW TO-DAY. NEW TO-UAY, NEW TO-DAY.
CITY OP PARIS,
• OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, SI Hp
Grand Opening! Fall and Winter, 1884,
LATEST PARISIAN STYLES,
Beautiful Patterns and TJnequaled Low Prices,
Our enormous stock of Dress tiooils, Silks ond Velvets bas arrived
and are vow being displayed
Ladies in the city and the surrounding country are most cordially invited to
call and inspect this most Beautiful and Complete Stock. Nothing like it in South
IN STYLES, QUANTITY, QUALITY & UNIFORM LP PRICES
Good* Marked In Plain Figures. "One Price."
STERN. CAHN & LOEB.
BEI'ORB HKMOVIMU INTO Ol R HTORK,
NOS. 13 ATSTTD 15 NORTH SFBINO STBBBT,
WE OFFER AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
50 Extra Fine Walnut and Mahogany Bed Boom Sets. 75 Medium Fine Walnut and Ash Bed
Room Sets. I*s Low Priced Walnut, Cherry and Ash Bed Room Sets.
We Have also made Great Reductions on Oarpets, Oil Oloths, Linoleums, Mattings, etc.
SS-Do not fail to oall os us before purchasing.
O. T. BARKER & SONS,
eeptstf 388. 324 and S'iti Worth Main Street. Wear Pico House.
Sierra Mate College,
A Christian College for Young
Oentlemen and Ladles,
Preparatory and Collegiate Courses, Vocal and
Music, Painting and Drawing.
Fall Term Opens Wednesday. Sep
Addreas J W. HEALY, D. D„ Preaident,
anglll 7w So. Paaadena, Cal.
810 IV. Main St., near Pico Hosaa,
LOB ANQELES, CAL.
F. C.'WOODBUKY, Proprietor, and Manager ot
Ueald's BnsilK'*. < ull. ge. .-Un I nuioisco, tor lhe
FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS COLLEGE
Where Young Men and Ladies can acquir« a
Thorough, Practical Business Edu
Kor jar tic □ tars address
F. C. WOOlifiriiY & CO.,
jelOtf P. O. Box 1357, Los Angeles, C>l.
E. PASSatV TEACHER.
I'rofeßHor ol FRENTJH. Uraduatool tbe Uni
vereitj of Paiis. Schools and lessons.
No. 100 ALISO STBF.ET, Los Angeles.
PIANOFORTE MUSIC TEACHERS.
lira, and Mias Deleval will give lessons on the
Piano at their rc-wi.hit.ee, :I7 Hah r-treet, East Loa
Angeles, Or »t tlie reiddetiee of pupil*. AddreM
through the I'ontuffice ho\ 21H1, or l.y personal
applii atloo at residence. nep2ft.lm
Mr. E. Fmiiiia, reoentlv from Europe, ha*
opened a Studio at 315 W. Fifth sleet, where
she is prepared to make Portraits either in Oil
or Crayon. Lensons gireii in all branches of the
art. Terms reasonable. septl2 lm
Teacher of Singing,
octll-lw 110 South Main Street.
Loa Anoblks, Sopt. 25, 18S4.
In conformity with a recommendation
of tho California State Batik Oommis
sion, anil the further aotion of the Sar
Francisco Associated Hunks, we, tin
underaignt d, di> hereby mnluully
and riltdxe ouratlves, each to tlie oth
erH, that we will discontinue und rt fust
all current overdrafts from and aftei
October 1 -»t, next,
Faiiwkhh' & Mrkciiasth' Hank of Los Anfrelofl
FIMT N ati nil Bllnt, of Loa Angeles.
LOS ASQP.LKH COt'STT HANK.
I,oh AMOSUH National Bank.
(Tiiucß copy) sepCT lm
Del Valleand Reform
HON. D, M, DELIAS
Walter H. Levy, fag,,
will artdreii the people of Loe Angele
Democratic Headquarters on Temple Stree
Saturday, October llth, 1884
At 7 O'eloeh r*. TVI.
By order ol the DtmocraUC CoHMj Oat
,r " ' ""h'i kpheN M WHITE, chairman.
W. M. WATERS, secretary. nrilo-.1l
Thlrty RlKbl" Knuine 00. Nn. 1 will give
A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT AND RAI
TURN VEREIN H ALI
' Saturday Evening. Nov. Ist, at 8 O'cloc
33C0! FOR THU
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE!
We are Now Offering
Greater Inducements Than .liver
All 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. mrta
PALACE OF FASHION.
TO THR I.ADIF.N: I will sell regardlesaof coat lor the next 30daysthe following articles:
Ladles' and Children s Cud. rwear, L.,di.-*' and < hiMren'a Suits,
Ladies' mid ChildrtMi'-. Hosiery, Ladies' and Children's Wrappers,
Ladies' and Childr- n"s Calico Suits. Ladies' and Children's Worsted Suits,
Ladies and <'hildn n s Cashmere Suits, Ladies' and Children's Silk Salts,
Ladies and children* White Suits, Indies' and Children's white wrappers,
Ladies' Linen Dusters, Ladies' Mohair Dustttrs,
Ladies' aprons, shawl*, dolmans, cloaks. Ladies' handsome trimmed skirts in all colors and black
in calico, ginghams, law iih. delaines, worsted,cashmere, ladies' cloth, satin and silk, all the way
from 76 cents to 975. Also a large as-ortuient of fane. goods. My Millinery Department needs to
l.c seen to he appreciated, as it li been selected with < arc h> an experienced Milliner. In regard
to my Dressmaking Departim-nt, I wish to state to the Indies of Los Anireles and vicinity that I atu
now prepared to fill all orders at th. shortest notice. As to my work and fitting, I can safely state
without fear of contradiction, <-r otherwise I could not expect to retain or increase my extensive
trade. My prices arc inicii h*) to be lower than those offered hv my sharpest competitors In Los
Angeles or anywhere Cull at Z.VI V. «aln Nt ler St. Klmo Hotel. OCtMru
H. tt, MARKHAM, President. X- P. JOHNSON. Secretary.
C. H. BRADLEY, Vice President. O. T. ST AM.M. Treasurer.
Incorporated togust 1, MM-Capital. gioo.ooo.
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOTTER & BRADLEY,
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL DEALERS IN
Wall Paper, Decorations, Etc.,
»5», 381 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 nrlcea, they art
SELLING LOWER THAN EVER.
fir mailt' with gold guaran
' It ' >
Artificial Teotk Inserted on
>|m)<,<il ' gutta and gold.
llaWJ^^Pa^mlH^Pl^^iMM 1 ! i, ,|,| durability ia pref-
DR. SMITH has reoently invented and constructed an improved apparatus
that will, in one second, make the moat aching teeth and the mo«t painful
cum. as inaenaihle as a atone. This makes teeth extracting In all <maM—children
end adults—absolntely painless and harmlesa. jyiifitd
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY,
COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, THE 26TH INSTANT.
I h.T. jn.t received an teawne. n„,,,g,„„,nt ol the celebrated HANNAH *
1 SONS hand and machine made
BOOTS St SHOBB.
To make room for these goods 1 will have lo sacrifice $10,000 worth at a
low price. The superior ,|,iality of my goods are well known to everybody, and
ont tbey go if they will not bring first ooat.
A. m». MODOWALD
| »ep2o lm No. 4(1 North Spring Street
113 N. SPRING STBBT,
Has jnst moved into his new charters anil received a large and fashionable stock of
CLOTHS AWD O^BIIvXX]R3EIS
' Whleh he is prepared to furnish iv suits to his patrons with hia usual prompt!'
PRICES ARE AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.