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DAILY 11 I'M \II *
■loif I* Cop le* of tha U»r*.ld. ft emits
HrrftW Sfruin I'rliitiiiflT ll<mik#».
Th« llrhact 1 Htrmn rrlntlim lloiiimj Is not
gtWtWP'l by mi> )"!■ prliill'iK <<ttW mi th*
FaTlAr C'xiot MMt-i.le ol Mm Pi incrlMM, In
ffßrltlilM l"f 'l<'*im J-l. work Urn iiMpvr,
rimhl *>.>rk nii<l ♦■»<•■ Minn tun) tn- rflli-i] ii|...n
■1 mt .'Hit 1
S|H-< iiil MtMLV
lleri-nfler Motlr. . t.f r• >m fiA n I pa, »i*rlitip«,
fhiirclu- ri.* , will Hilly Imi lutwrtrtl In the
llßKai. -I HlwrtUf i.t- W.-r.-.-ri.
fnr tiUci- nf wnr.hli. .t KruiiltiHin •llri't-tory.
Wlilrh will njipi'rtr rvi-ry Hninlny ■MHff,
Thi' MKH.w.h DafaM Ir. r.intlPfffl wllh flip
t*|pphniii' »>■((• f AliKi'li- rlly ami
roiiiity onltT" for MTatwfaMttla] or J<-i>
Wnrk mny !»•• "I'ltl ".' mi,-It llila 1 Hum tn
Thi- HaVUM ll thiM.mi'lHl MM* »t thfrlty
•t Uf AiiitMi--. Tin* rlly i • •• tin llata
■ml all ntticr nimil'-ifmf BOflOti n|>|f n only
In Hp. •oliHoa.
Mr II N Kuwr l« Iho Hunt a Ana anriil of
GROVER ' CLEVELAND,
of New York.
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
ut loolaaa,
fob pal nn ktiai ttaorotw
|r|.KlTf>as ALTRUKSTRs
I'll KUIII.Ut, I HUM \M 11 I.tINK,
nf Kan rranelse,,; ul Mania Clara.
1 f HI mt V. J, T. liaKHINtITON
uf Multer: of Colusa
W I II.ININ, KIIWIN HWINKIIttU,
ul Trinity: of L'otnaa:
kl tIUON IllnuH. m M' ul..
„f 11.nn- ..1 Tnolumua
lulls \ SI AM.IiV, S\ I MAN I, JoNKM,
~l Mm la ..I I ..mra n.
lir.till.il'. I M \ItVK, I M X t rtlN,
„t Mm Kr.uiel of Man rrauclaeo;
JAMKM IMI Itl'llV, Kl." Villi HUNK,
W II VI I- It It. A. J ATWSLh,
at Mui.teiey. "f Tularf,
R. F. DEII''VALLE,
oi is., iaaaha.
_ „ , , , til. M HMITII
Tor H,l|ierliir JtlU|aa I.I,IIItOf'MMKAI'
For OtatriM Attornai tiiom ii ititoWN
for MherllT It. M. IIAItIIAM
rat .' )I 1 .'..surer J. W HrtoAllK.il
X..1 I'iMiiily Clerk A W. I'OT'IM
krCotintr Hmorder CHAM, I Mil ls
KrTaiCollector BAM ikvv
Knrr IT tudltor A. I MKPIII.Vr.DA
K..r.' , iurrayor A. 0 lit'XION
rorCniinti Curnar hit 11. NAHKAH
Pur raalu Admlnlattaior M. P. ct'TLP.lt
Mr rent v llkttl I'l t rlet Altllorr KINNP.V
M.vel.l) .ci. mil Ul»lrl-t »' P IIP.ATIIMAN
Herein)-els lull hlslrlet W.J MAItTIN
First Hlslrhl o HTItP.HiII.P.V
• I I'i-im.i .lulls P Molt AN
'I'hlril HMrl. l P It HAY
Fourth Hl.lrlet IIKn IIINUS
Filth PlMriat .lACOII Itl IHH
cur Mania .1. 0 moiikan
IBtnuMp .lustlee It. A. I.INII
WM HIIIK It M XII. JOHN W URIFFIN
The Election in Ohio To-day - Its
Significance.
In In liinl-ruw'H iHHIIC uf till- \\v.\t \ I Ii
we shell in- itblc tv give our readent
tint Hiilieiil fciilun-a nf tin- Ohio el
linn, unlt-HH tbe wires hIihII most in
up|itirtilliely brenk down. Tbe entire
|tco|ilcn[ tin- United Htales nn- now
Untjuestionstily hsnging upon tliia de
bvety. Tin- Itaaortvance uf this eleo*
tinu bIuSNHI Upon tbe fuel Ibiit the
lluckeye Slule is tlie lust uf tbe OctO
Ear st,ii.'h north ol Mason dt Dixon's
line Rven an lute na fnur years ago
ttwsewaa also aa October aksetloa in
hidlini. nn thst flhln did not occupy
tin- wnaational n«>a|tloii in politloi
whlcb hI ujdae now, Awny beck
in ibe somewhat menoiilhle election
uf James Buchanan to the Preaidency,
I'eunHylviinin, <>hiu mnl Indiana were
all October States, end grew! Interest
MtaOhed to the venliet uf i-llell "I
tht-iii. iii that year Pennsylvania
mnl Indiana went Demooratle mnl
Ohio ElepobUean. The rnatneul it
wus known Hint both 1 Viiitriylvmiia
mnl Indiana had gone Democratic the
result uf tbe November election was
iiHHUim-tl. In tbe year 1879 ti
Pottafcllilllonal Convention noted
fur the intelleotnal and moral
emimmcc nf |ta membarahip as-
N>mble,l in Pennsylvania, it In
cbnletl on itn roster ittoh eminent
Roan's* the bite Judge Jeremiah 8.
Ithnk, tin., nf its first acta waste
abolish th>< October eleotion, nn the
Ltruuiiil that, uh it wits in sunn- hciimc
II ftireeilHte uf the ■UCQnedjng I't'i'si
dnntisl eleelion, it invited bribery,
lntliiiiiii EoUowed this admirable ex
aatpH! in I no. The Stat* nf < ihio,
luiWCVt-r, seelus tv find suiite Hiltisfue
tinn iv tin- excitement and datnorali
ziitiun whloh her stater common*
wealths have repudiated.
Koanch signifloanue us, in the old
da)*, attached to the joint verdict"(
l'ennayl vnnia anil Indiana, nr Ohio
and Indiana, attatdtes tn tin. single
Judgment ni Ohio. When, in 1880,
tha Buckeye Htate, after a hoi tight,'
pronounced for the Republican Htate
ticket tha knowing politicians sot
down (iailield'H election un certain,
Yd, with Ohio solid lor the Repub
iit'tin ticket by tt bin majority, s
ohaage nf a little over eleven thousand
votea ill Ibe Slut,. ~( New Ynrk would
haveelecvsd Hanoock over Garfield
by 11 most iriTitit'yine; uaajofity of tlie
ikwtatal tnllagea. Thai tiiis
ggHsnl lfiiilcr of tba Democratic hosts
would have bad it majority of the
voters oi the Empire State but for the
trpiieiiery of John Kelly un,l Tamma
ny Hall cannot i„. doubted. If two
thirds of the norma] Democratic ma
jority of New York City and Brooklyn
hmi been omM for Gen. Kanoock thai
ip-iitlomitn, uud not Qarfleld, would
haVfl been inaugurated President on
tlie 4th of Mureb, ISSI. Tbe mere
statement of Ibis fact shows how very
little real imnortance is to i„. attached
to the vote uf Ohio alone onthe as
sumption that a Presidential candi
date acceptable to the Democratic
assess uud to the Independent Re
pwbUcana nf New York is running on
the Democratic ticket. That Cleve
land is stii-b a man all dispassionate
observers admit. If he be, even the
k*ot tha! Weal Virginia ahould to-day
go Republican as well as Ohio would
have very little real stgiuneaSMM uh to
the issue on the 4th „f November.
Wncc its apoataey to ihe Democratic
party in Uu- present campaign we
have fell very little inclination to
afMtetheNew York Sun. However,
tlie nearest approach il has lately
made to fairness is in tin- following,
which Ws give because itcontuinsa
certain measure of truth. Speaking
of the Ohio election, in its issue of
I Katobar tith, it says :
While the importance attached tv
this rabyad is nassaliibniillj attested l.v
tlie elbirts of lite parties, it is cert.nit
tlmt, whatever muy now la' Ibe di
cisiun. wbelbcr it is |asillls lalii or
Kcpuhli, an. Ihe coni|tien.ii party will
lnd 111 the b ast relax its etro'rts to
carry the I'rcsidcntial election, and
will not cease to maintain that it hits
liuud tropes of currying it notwith
standing its reverse in Ohio. Hut the
moral effect will, no doubt, ia' very
Krettt it"! I. Should tbe decinio'n
now ba in favor of the Democrat*,
n*y will at ones gain a contidence
thut tiny have not lately felt; and,
onthe other band,should thedechnoa
lie in favor of Mr. Blame, we shall be
laid that be is sure of sweeping the
country. However, the leaders and
the earnest rank and tile of the cause
defeated will still feel it 1,, l„. t1,,.;,
duty to strike one more blow for
honor, however hopelessly for vic
tory; and they w ill certainly do the
very liest they can under the circum
stances.
Let Democrats Work Together.
It has baajfl Ibe uudeviutiiis* policy
of the lll.ltAi.ll lowork for the soccaai
of lhe DaaSSXtrattfl ticket on vi but we
•nam lo !«■ tba correct idea that Uie
. Inttli'OS Uf .'■>■"! I'liVi'tHHU'llt IIH" rnor-
IIIIHImI v KH'HIIT Ullli I h lIMM TIll". W lIU
rri.sjriiir.r fln'ir reaiMiiurihilily t«i tli«
|N.,iplc. in i.fllce, than witli Ki-pobll
emu at tin' hi'ltii nl Kt.it.' tu. mutter
how rarrllrnl |h i-..ii:.11> ll.rw latt.-r
may rifMlafU In Ml, iii ii "ivni , iititi-nl
Wh.n td,. M,,t»t i« uf Un- M
in, n11.,-1 h ~f tin. |i,.|niHTHti<' party, if
they »m iitl<'lli|tr>nt men, they will ul
wiivm BDJMjMM thr |irii|MMili,,ii ll.it 111,.
I»u,pl iirht In rule. Xviii Hit' Jink-
Niitiinn Ili'iniN-ratir iI'M-trini'uf n.tuti..ii
in MBM It mi ttftaaawm oi Urn
genuine iii'tiiiirritiii' principal thol rr
ItirliM isiwrr to Ihi ih,. a/bo luttfO glvofj
It nt tMrtllMlMMll illliTMiln. Tin' '"ii
KiilrnitiiiMM wllii-1, bnva govarnad Uim
j'.'iniiil un* MftMcfoJl* potential »« n
riipMthllil your, md in v I'ri'Miili.ii
liul yi'itr ul that which kl to deternlna
wiwtbwT or im Un- BepoblteM party
MM Mn rniirm h...l Itaall in powai M
iv maka |tj tenure praotfoally
i'.|iiinili'iil tv llu' " riKht ili
um- uf kinxH." Wa Mfroi tv
Ma Hmi Hu' ronclllatory spirit uf Urn
Hi imi m It imi ahaead in nil quar
tan, us th.- Mtowimj ft Urn Alt*
~i tin. mil laat mliuwh \w Bad ii
mi..i. i il.i' bond uf " Hlliuhh vi
Moo Mmi:"
» i ■...11•-v- ikat th,. Ht.ue will live it. Baa
total i for Clavel I ami il in. k-.
«itl,l he, "lull the riillr.is.l e>>i.ij>ai.lea
makliiii ii «r, nl IIkIiI cm 1.-ni.li.iUe aud Port
in.... i iiiiill.lale el. 1e.r.1.-r flxlil
11. in l« Hii|.ir. ill til ni".l I DM In Ull. tM
mill.l I. i.s.l I I,) ~11 lhe ..M' .lle.l ,||.,,l
(. .1.-1 lleiiii.eral. men Ilk.- 1..1111 ml
tlajaill ana Marshall.'' MaaMal .Viiif.
Tin. above ia reported ns - oj m,
[>etmM'a uKeraaoM in hie Htoektoa
Itaillljll "in lliia tl"' nil 1n.U.1 is M
abrted by nil tin' ao-callod dlaeiTeetod
liriiiiMTuiK men lik*. Johnooti uml
namffltl uh l MaiahaU.' 1 win iboald
beimai Maori thai Darnell uml John
mi ,fi nrr dtoafPMftad, MM IMlatllUj Mm
niilmit'l tv dofeal tha Democratic
ti. kit ' II lie Mid what lie ia reported
tv Imvr Mild, than 11 im iitti'intn i'M arara
filial., uml lilinli' lv .Irrrivr, uml,
llifn-furi", wen- .|iiit(. i lia 1 m 1.-riMli,-.
Governor i., - -.-n ima bMn oat in tba
ftMapalpn nuinjj atajejcbaa, uml do*
itiK all in liia |»wor to promote the
luocaaa of tha Democratic part* aad
nil iln notnll a Johnaoo, win. ia
Ull' writer hrrrnl, ia iliiilit:. ill Ilia
btratble way, ull lie run tv
ttiil thr canaa nl Democracy
uml every ttomli if thr party,
Johnooti haa itood by tin' Iv n n >■-rut ie
party nil the day* of bia Ilia, and will
eon tin tie in do hu in apita ol ihr ittuur
itnt MoathlngM uf ihr tiliitunl ilrinn-
mmpum ntiil ncbeinlng niMt uIH vt ln, rim
ll xtrn Ht-suii.ii o| tin- Urglsltitara
uml (lit-SliM-kli,ii ('iiiivriiti'in. John-
HIIII IK fl»r till' ticket Iron]
President down t" .lualii I tin.
Pesos, nil up mitt down, mnl t'vpi v
tnsn mi It. Thin Mr. D«lma* i„ Hm
Bsme senUeiiiAti who fitniiuliiti-ii ttis
Hir-i-iillcil liciiiiiciiitic pltwtorni i.l
Htut-klon, in which In- denied the rigid
uf exnstristlon, He Is now selected
witli other Incompetenl blatherskites,
by the Htate I'mmwl ('ommlttee, tn
goover tin' stutt- mnl niau,l.-■ men
who are I.cmtM-riilH fnun tarlnclple,
men who tiavearwaya been with tnelt
party in season ami mil nf season.
This nan Itelmat km,« leasol Ibe
true Ht-iiiut rnlic tbi ni v nf povent
rnent, Irani bin uttersncea,
than a liog luvows nf aatronomy, yel
be Is the riubt man tn k.> over tha
aountry proclattnlng that Johnson mnl
Ihumit nn- tsktna aides arlth ths
mill.ut.lk tn rteleai tbe Democratic
iniiii. it raqoirea mi nnhluabitii
r»Ulflerlor sneh work,and Mr, Ihl
iniiia lajttal tin- man to do it.
Km- tbe purrwaeoi tbe praaanl Pres
idential i?ampaifrn it would imi barnt
Mr, Delmaa a whll if be were tn allow
atjohold and hnnoted Democrats as
ex I,ii-i iii-mint-I iuveitinr Johnaotl mnl
tlie incumbent Lisutensnt-QoTemor
Daggetl tv go tbeir wuvs in peace
Pr ill accounts they art doing
their level best tv advance the cause
nf Cleveland Md Hendricks; and,
however Ihey may dlflsr Irom Mr.
Dalwiaa i.h tn eertnin leatures nf
iiur State politics, thase dlffersncei
might very well be permitted tv pass
fur tin- time-being, Broader and
mure iiiitinntil issues tluin any wbii h
aluster around the Stockton Conven
tion just now hold the boards. We
ahoold nut permit our sdversariea tv
prntit, in a vital national contest, by
tbe old tuliiue, "iliviib- ami cunt[iicr."
Thus much as tn the provocation
w bii h led Oov. Johnaon tn write su
violently as in the foregoing extract.
As to the senior editor ol onr estee 1
contemporary tin- Alia the Hsbai.o
must be permitted tn say that a liner
feeling towarda the Democratic cause
would dictate more torhearance, Ilia
devotion tn the Democratic party is uf
bin old il date—il bus been tun often
proved in render such a tirade neces
■ary or even justiSable. Then- is
often displayed a great grace mnl
nnumanlmlty uf spirit iv snUbrlng a
temporary mlscjonsttructlon lore cause
une has greatly at heart.
CAMPAIGN HUMOR.
it'a no nee. Brother naaa naaotmakaa
mountain out ill Butler', mole 11111.-iV,ifu
Tlieel,i.|iieul v.ilee of lieu. Hsu ley and
Hie mere clinpii-m | ket hunk "I Hull Cam
MOU Wtll-m il the 111111 horu. Itl 11111,,
thia week II Ha 1,,„./!..„ /Vol.
The Chicago Hi roMhaaosi tender "Brave
Man Wanted " Th 1 tt..r nl the H.miM linn
jit M] atlalsM the eddfaai ~l lien Hut
lien Itnller st.ips nt 11,,. Klflh Avenue when
In New V.uk. I.ill Uie I,hi In,hi. I nlrv
hotel, wllh "euterlaliiiuiuil for tnmi and
beast," suits him Iwst.— .V,tr uYfcSM. /*<>< i ■
*W> waft alwar, bare ths ladtM oa >«
Ma," »»id slain, in i i,u mm,
speeches Wh.il, „U, iv. ■' ll..„ -t1...,,! 11,
ladle. In Maine whom veil had smuggled
awar from lhe poll, befoni you would |o
and dodge?—"inner .l.oirn.il.
lien Hutler hud lieller make hiv while
lhe Mn, shines ler hlin Ihe rhlll nnd
glin.tny hour la 11..1 lur dl.lml vv hen lhe >',„,
will allude 1., hlin M n c ck lied crnotreph
aIUH. weighing Rboul In., hundred anil
f.irly seven puuuda. -niHrdelpSla 1 1,
Diiahl We guess we've hnilul whn married
.llln lllalne. Au cxchiinge ..iv- "In (
lhe innuut.ln counties ol Kenluekt .1 woman
ha. held Ihe .illle,. nf Juallre ot the h«l
willnnu legal aillhnrlly fnr lhe In.l lliirly
years."-/»,liiinii,a.li« .sVnfinrl.
Why Gould is for Blaine.
[Mew York special m Philadelphia Time.,]
it i« i.,r waaoni isslalairl ihai Jas OoaM
la for lllalne. In tittle- past Ilollld has said
urn he was neither a llepulillesti n. r a
Hell,.lT It ami tavel.nlh -l.le- 11 11111,, innllev
Thai ws. la lnre he hmi -llel, vast Intere.l. at
stake. His ever) liuere.i imw |. In lhe di
ITil.l'll st.a-k. of which he ~»'!i" 't,si'.ia«l .'hare"
Mlaaonrt Paefac, ol wkleh h. own. lan.oes
nans ttU.lSm-har r m.ne M.IIIII ,tt 01 1 !,
vsted. Kansas .nil Texas. W.il.s-h. St I.ml
and San Krmu-iaro and Ihe varloui
Issues ot Isolds ..I Ihe-e -eh. liie, l.illie
cues llould who I. I'le-1.1, 111. pmvl.l
~1 he gel. a market for his -hare
nl hi- leltclit tnou-e I rap- h en. r.illv \ ill
.lerhlll Is 111 lhe same host these Iwo rich
e-t men lii Ainerlea hay 11 their lortuiie.
-hrlnk minimis ol dollar- ill -luce Hell
f ilnl discharge "I the Unite 111 pistol. An In
' ... nl vv IH. r 11, tlie 110.1i.il //. ••.1.1...WC
long iigntlial Gould I. In it Worth within
».'l.(«i,iui wlm he ws. 11l l-sl, and lor every
lnlltr In.t l.v hlin through this great .hrlnk"
. 111 , line. Van.l.Thill iilil-l have -iill'ere.l
I-: .r f..r .1..1 isr It ha. I.cell s shrink me
thai ha- wiped out such million lire, as VII
lard and Harrison nnd llnhlwlu. ol ihe
I ,|.»i,i I N i-hville road, mnl Gen. I
Seney, to.uhl mi.l Vainlcrhilt have tiling on
ta-cau-e nt the uisgllilttile of their wealth.
Any rooaiderabi. inrther .hrlnknge iiiu.t
ciTpple them. No wnnder, then, that Ihey
grn.patthe -trail. ~1 ll,|iill,licau victory.
Gould ha-given the It, piihllcmi emiontttee
l r *l,tsSl met ha- lUiiluiacd aa much
Richest Girl in the Union.
[Baltimore Itl-pnteh tn the Bcanoa Adver
tiser.}
Miss Mary glUjabalh Qarmt, tha dam;hler
of the late John w o„rretl, i.l lt„>iiui..re 1.
now said to Ih. the rlelu-l iniiiarried Imiy lv
Ihls country Thee-tiinal I her father .
wealth run from |1A.000.000t0 |fa],OOO.OOO \ua
of this -he received 1, llilr.l Ml— ti.rrell
tei eiie- a- tier share of lhe |.r..i..rtv I lie . le
(taiit and costly residence at die corner ol
Monument and Cathedral streets, wllh all
the plate, lumltiirc ami |ilelnre- il colniii.
She will also he lhe i.i.iier.il kaOMfbelloand
-.1 the tieiiutifnl tlsrrett eutlaae al Ihs-rPark,
where her lather died. 11l a.lditl..ii lo tht.
utMpcriv. MUstisrrett will also cine In for
her third ol lhe personal eslate ol thcte-la
Ml.s Wolfe, of New York, has until v w
t.een e.iii.i.lered the wealthiest iinniarried
la.lv it, Ainerlea, hul Ml.. Garrett's fortune
wtll l»e even .renter than hers. Mfss Wolfe
Is a maiden lady over flfty years of age. who
has devoted her yeitr. 10 deeds of charity.
Mia. Garrett ls only twenty elKht years of
age.
since the ll.«al all the |ieople are using, tbe
K.ll. ltouuel pitrlunie.
LOS AXOELES DAILY HERALD. TCTSBDAY MORNIXG, OCTOBER 14. 1884,
Nf.W Tli-IWi _ WKW TO-fJAV
We are Still at ihe Old Stand!
The lUCGCM nf tlk- pant yoar has inspired us with
trre.it confidence for tho future. We are juntly proud ol
our hik i-chh, nnd will Continue our efforts to nr.-rit the
confidence and patronage ol the public.
OT3XC SBOOIaTD
ANNUAL GRAND OPENING,
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fine jriirmeuts —equal to OUatOtTJ made—in the
LalfHl Appro,cd Slj'lrn—will commence on
SATURDAY, 27TH INST.
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of llu-Stall's, Fit, Trimming and Making
of onr Knits. The pari ieulur attention of
parents is culled to our largeand varied stock of
llo>s' and Children* SllilS. Remember,[J
you take no chances at the
Boston One Price Clothing House,
13 NADEAU BLOCK.
dealing is the rule. One price to all.
Vloney refunded if purchitse is not satisfactory. „ p »s„,
BIBLE COMPETITION!
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500 FIRST REWARDS, $3750.00
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JNO. F. UHLHORN. Manager.
FARM AND FIRESIDE PUBLISHING CO., '
r. n. Box IOH Broadway, OAKLAND, CAL.
STOVES FOR EVERYBODY.
E\ E. BROWN
Has on hand a large sto.-k oi
_ tjgg. a " tac ' lite,,t patterns of
..-rrtn'" AND COOKING STOVES,
j RANGES, ETC.,
Main Range.
Tin, Sheet Iron and Agate Ware.
41 South Spring, l.os Angeles, California. ocTlm
H. H. BIXBY. | Com. snd mourns, brtok .table, with
ac Has, sub mid ao lusHm, Ladiei
' waning roosu, el ect tie light, rooaiy stalls.
Livery, Feed ami Sale Stables, U .< .«,....,., ..«„ »
thing nvw nnd nrsl-rlaaa. HoTn.l, led,
Nos. 117 ami 119 East Pint St., ' ""•***•—"«*• *"
, «..,.....„,„ OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Telephone No. 393. | isnllt Im
LITTLE'S CHEMICAL FLUID,
Thi" Mh. tji IH[» Xtni-INitNOiMniN and |»|Nlnfrrtnn(.
ftut iii lit-.' («r in Hht ep g.ii.l Xlv 1.1J.v, in lluokn txttA Cmlvem an-l of ktrmt i-tiratlvf now
,r- f«r nUu-m, ot all kitt.l. i>..lUrs.ii>l *t-..1i. rf ui- in ...in-., m ,r.;.- mi. I hoof .lii*-..*.-*; kill* flu.-k.-t.
H0... li.v nr nkin .1 !*•!»•..> iii r»K*. > >" ■ krt .I.v..m,M«.tmn, .1. .nionu-M iuiiwiw -tir in hvi-r> nia...«•>».
LITTLE'S SOLUBLE PHENYLE. i'"',,i hh M .r..>- in n t , iiardior »lri.
trtr.ls; (,'ii.tntiiti-f.) nirr ».■.!< m cutv-nriii ail I I injury to sir->v.th; it rM«in- hm! i» 1..--,
sthrii mixe.l with coM walcr. Try It onoit. All tlmt la nol.l m Kirin.nU»ii to aw<>iii|.liah IU 01-J.-ot
l>in . tiona with mcy emu. Call un or ■i.ilisw.
SUTHERLAND HUTTON,
P. O. IVi* 197. Room 2, iMiooinmun Blook l/og vr v . , - Cala.
VV. WESTERNHAOEN. H. SCHIMMEL
H. SCHIMMEL & CO.,
BOOTS & SHOES,
25 Smith Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
4\6ir*Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast for Witteman,
Host & Go's hand and machine sewed fine men's Boots
aud Shoes. mf> zi \ m
O O A 1.,
WOOD. HAY AND CHARCOAL.
, HOLMES & SCOTT. 151 n. Spring Street, uio
NKW TO-DAY. , JIfEW TO-DAY.
'le People's Store's
Competition is Disbonoraole."
So aay some af those p*-tty, insignificant, loat-aightof Mt>
chauta, who maty have loomed tip centuries ago v model* Mid
sages, when Urn lit slow pace i f exhorhitant prices and ex*
tortion wru> the rule; hut who hay,- beeu passed and re
paaaed in thia age nf reform am) advancement to make room
for inerehanta of the new school, who kuow the way busi
ness should be transacted.
lurColnpet^tionisDisllouoJal]le , '
Naya the merchant who steals our ideas, who niimici our acts,
who Itorrows our horn to aound hit blast, and then gets op
on bia little dnng-pile and crows and blows to his heart's
couteut, knowing na he does that
People's Store has the Lamest Importation of Foreip Dress Goods
Which we sell from l<> cents to 50 centa a yard loss tbau b«
Bud yet make a living profit.
"Onr Competition isDislonoralile"
Because we arc compelled to sell our wares to make room for
our new good* ou the way, and our slaughtering price* don't
suit the taste of these merchants, who oiler a batf dozen
baits to sweeteu lhe top in order the better to rob at the
bottom. The
People's Store
Never was more prosperous aud ascendant than to-day. Our
stock of Dress Omuls is replete with the linest Knropean
fabrics. Onr Millinery Department abounds with the rich
est Parisian novelties. Onr Shoe Deparlmeut transforms the
homeliest foot into one of shape ami hea ity. Our Roy**
Clothmg Department is loaded down with suits of clothing
that creates wonder and amazement. Iv oue word we aro
able to say that this Kail we can supply y<ur wants at as
low prices as the name goods can be purchased for in New
York, Boston or Chicago.
People's Store,
One Price,
41-43-43 Spring St.
The Illnslrated People's Prelector and Price Imt sent free
to our country jalrous, aud handsome Cornice Poles free
with every six yards of curtain net or a pair of lace curtains.
Important Information
TO
PARENTS AND PUPILS
OK THK ]
Los Angeles Public Schools.
] ~, ou 11 tract mailt' between tlie Bttnrtl of Kducatien nf Loa Angeles. City »ud the
Publishers of Mcliuffey Ueadera reads as 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
I'riee ol the bonk desired for use in the school."
This very remarkable contract speaks well for Iho fiction of onr Hoard of F.duca
tion, as it will anve the Public a Imt- amount of money in the baying of
new nailers fur this term. We have been appointed Agents
by tßa PaMUhira for tha Kxobange of tho MoOufley
Headers, aud the following
Exchange Prices will he Strictly Maintained:
McOufley's First Reader 10 cents I Mcfiiiffey's Second Reader 11 cent,
Mctiufley's Third Reader 2.1 cents | McOnffey's Funrth Reatler 110 cent,
Mclinlf-y's Fifth Reader SB cents.
The following Text Honks will also ho sold at Kxchange Prices :
Reed s Word Leisons (in ex. fur an old Swinton Word Hook or Analysis) 10 eta
Maury's Physical Osography, revised (iv exchange for the old edition) "5 cts
*rThe Public will do well to remember these prices. In obtaining the hi tiks at
Kxchunge Prices, children umst of curse bring us their old hooka hack.
All other School Books and School Snpplies at Lowest I' rices.
PHIL. HIRSCHFELD & CO.,
Ktp24-lm Booksellers an 1 Stationers, {19 North Main Street, Downey Rlock.
DISSOLUTION SALE!
$20,0001 TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS'I $20,000.
—WORTH OF
Furniture and Carpets,
In Order to Close our Copartnership.
We are Compelled to sell our Stock of Furniture and
Carpets at
Prices Lower than Ever Sold
IN LOS ANGELES.
ALLEN & THOMSON,
s.pt2 M SOITII >l'i:i\<. ST.. LOH IM.I l.ls.
Abernethy & Co.
Have Just Received Expressly for the
FALL Tilt ADE
A Complete Line of
Clothing, Underwear,
HATS, CAPS, ETC., FOR
GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN
AT
7:1 \orlh Spriiiir street, Los Angeles, t'al. .„„., Bt ,
CLAPP BROTHERS & CO.,
30~.5c 32 NORTH SFRIIffa ST".,
MANUFACTURERS AND DKALP.IUj IN
STOVES, MANTELS, AGATE WARE, RAIVCES,
ORATES, TINWARE.
HEATING AM) COOKIXt. STOVES A SPECIALTY.
House Furnishing Goods in All Lines.
LARD AND MONEY CANS ALWAYS IN STOCK!
NKW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY, NKW TO-DAY.
CITY OF PARIS,
|x OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, |9
fjfPPJ? 105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, £| 11
tad Opening I Fall and Winter, 1884.
LATEST PARISIAN STYLES,
MAGNIFICENT GOODS.
Beautiful Patterns and Uuequaled Low Prices.
Onr sitormoiMitnok ol Dreu Good., Silk, and Velveta bo. arrived
and are now being displayed
Ladle. In the city an.l tha flu-rounding country arc moat cordlallr Invited to
call and m«|>cct thu moat Beautiful and Complete Stock. Nothing like It In South
ern t'alironila.
IN STYLES, QUANTITY, QUALITY & UNIFORM LOW PRICES
WE LEAD.
Uooda Marked in Plain Figures. "One Price."
STERN, CAHN & LOEB.
REMOVAL SALEI~
nt-t out: RRntovinw into our mtork,
NOB. 13 -Sa.3Wl> Xk» HTORTH SX>BXBro BTRBBT,
WE OFFER AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
SO Extra Fine Walnot and Mahogany Bed Room Seta. TS Medium Fine Walnut and Ash Bed
Room Sets. 135 Low Priced Walnut, Cherry and Ash Bed Room Sets.
We Have also made Great Reductions on Oarpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Mattings, etc
£9T)o not fail to call oa ua before purchasing.
O. T. BARKER & SONS.
■apart 323. 334 and 330 North Main Street, Near Pico House.
EDUCATIONAL.
Sierra ladre College,
A Christian Collage for Young
Oentlemen and Ladies,
PASADBIVA..
Preparatory and Colletriatfl Oournea, Vocal and
Instrumental Munlc, Painting ami [irbWing
Expense* moderate.
Fall Term Opens Wednesday, Sep
tember 17th.
Aifclreaa J. ft. HEALY, D. D , President,
anglS 7* So. Pasadena, Cal.
WOODBIIETS
Business College!
ate v Main gnV •<••»< pi™ iio«».,
I.OS ANOELEB, CAL.
r. a.WOOOHURY, I'ropri.lor, an.l Manager ol
lleaul's Business Collt>|te, San Francisco, lor the
put seventeen > far*, haa opened a
FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS COLLEGE
Whore Young Mi n and Ladies can acquire a
Thorough, Practical Business Edu
cation
For rartlciilara adilreea
K. C. WOODBUKY * CO.,
Jelffll P. 11. Hoi 1967, Loa Anaelea, Cat
E. PASSA, TEACHER.
r, ol FRENCH. Graduate of the Uni
versity of I' .it- Schools and private I. —-v.
No. 100 ALISO BTRKET, l,os \ -.-■■ !- -
aM
PIANOFORTE MUSIC TEACHERS.
Mrs and Miss tlcletral .111 give karma on th.
Piano at thair resilience. 97 Hal) .treet, Kaat boa
Angeles, or at tin- reaidenoe of pupil.. Address
through the Postoffloe hoi 2PU, or bf personal
appUoation at rosid.no.. aepSß-lia
PORTRAIT PAIHTIHC.
Mr*. K. Eapina, recently from Kurone, haa
tiianieilaSttlilio at 316 W. Filth st oct. where
ah., is prepared to make Portraits either In Ott
or Crayon. Lessons given In all branches ol the
art. Terms reasonable. sept 12 till
iNiis(:k,llank()(;,s.
NOTICE.
Los Anoklkh, Sept. 2/i, IHH4.
In conformity with a recommendation
of tbe California State Bank Commis
sion, ami the further action of tbe Han
Francisco Associated Hanks, we, the
do hereby mntmiliy agree
and pledge ourselves, each to the oth
ers, that we will discontinue ami refuse
all current over-drafts from and after
October Ist, neit.
Kakukhh' V MkhiiunT*' IHcfK nf I-os Anjfelea.
PiK-ir Ran salt Hank, of Lou AiiKuli-M,
UM Amiklkm Nation*!, liANt.
REPORT OF THE CONDI 11JN
First National Bank,
AT l.os aniiki.kh.
In llu -inn. ~1 calllprsls, at the BlOMot
business
-1 !• i i urn ii mt, IHS4.
KaaouacKs.
Limns an.l din-mints I MUM 19
' i. i-nlrullH. l:i,,.*i 88
U. s. Bonds I', -.-.-un- i-iri-iiliuliui tOO.IJOO 00
(it her stocks, I Is anil iiiortgiigea V3,,VJU :ir,
line frulnapi.r.in-il ri--iTvi-ngoi,ts 2M.001 r.:i
line tnmi other Niitliiinil liHiika 4,141 r>B
title In,lu Unite lliniksKliil hunkers 22,.'iM:i IKi
Real i-.lMte. furniture sndßXtarei 41,7811 i 7
t'urri-iil rxpeli-i-. nn.l tnxe. pi,1,l UJ 7;i 4 an
Premiums said an 7- t
Check, slid other cash Items 2.451 9g
lulls of otlit-r Itnnks l alo oo
Friu-tliilutl paper eurrelit-y, ntek '
els nut] pennies .-all) no
Hpeele 1« 1.-.ill'utl
l.eusl lender tiolca f, m 00
Keileuiptl.ill lllllil wllh r.H. Ti-eaa
-11rt-r I..per eelil. of cln-iilHlii.n) 4,600 00
Total tTmwo m
1.l AKII.I'I IKH.
Capital .leek paid hi | loci.ooo 00
Siirjilil- fiiiul inn.tiotl 00
l ndlvlded prolli. c ,t X (7 M
f ■i'"' 1 " 1 ""'<■ i-l ling atj.ooo 00
ln.llvldu.il. 1.-|i..-it--iili,,-,-,„.,-| l -k (110,723 112
llentanil ei-rlillruii -ni ,| ( ,,„,-u r si 4s'J 70
l>u« v. state Banks and i„u,k.-r- „mi,v 27
Total ti,:ta'.,7lo m
STATE up CALIFORNIA, ) „
, Cl'UrlTY OP Lo, ASOStBS.I m
I. William I y. Cashier ~1 the alaive
iiiiiiu-.l liiink. <1,, solemnly awear that the
alaive statement la true ti, llio best ol lity
knutvleilge ami belief.
WM. LACY. Cashier.
Subscribed an.l sworn lv liefnre me this
Ml, ilny i.l lioti.licr, IHB4.
IHK»I..| J. A. (IKAVKH. Notary Pulillc.
Correct-Attest:
JOHN It. ItICKNF.I.L,)
k. F. hpknce. ? Hnatasa
I WM. LACY, >
oetla-lm
.^THeTliiily-Ei|[lits'Ball
TklrtT Engine Co. No. 1 will give
A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT AND BALL
TURN VEREIN HALL,
ON
Saturday Evening, Nov. Ist, at 8 O'clock.
OCtUMf
MISS L. J. HAMMOND
Has Just returned from Han Fnuuitsco alter an
nhmiwo of three weakf, tirinK'"B *'th her a
larife. idak of MilllnerjUood-i iii all the latest
nt>TtNiaiid noveltiea, at remarkably low prices,
* t MpM , .m ,W}r *' WO. M fiprlD«Mt.
I will be at my offloe from 9a.1,t0 It a., aad
rom I to 4 I*. m. daily, Sundays aicopted.
X H. BOYD,
JylMtf SniwrinteDdeijt *f Htreeta.
no: roB THB
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE!
We are Now Offering
-
Greater .Inducements Than Ever
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
being
QUICK SILES MS SHALL PROFITS!
CALIFORNIA AUCTION-HOUSE,
71 N. SPRING STREET,
Opposite the Court House.
PALACE OF FASHION.
TO THR g, AIK IM :-1 will sell r. g srd I, -ol mat lor tho n.it ajin the lollowlnf artlele.:
Ladles' anil Children s I.inler.nnr, Ladles' and Children's Suit.,
Ladles' and children's lloslety. Ladle.' anil Cbildien'e Wratipen,
Ladle.' ami Children's r„ii, o Stilt., Ladles' .ml Chllilr.n i Worsted Sulla,
Ladle ami Children's I ..timer. Suits, Ijalles' .ml I hililren'a Silk SulU,
Ladies ami l.'hllilrru'a White Sulla, Ladles .ml Children's whit.wrapper,,
lilies' Lilian llusfen, Ladl.e' Mohair lharten.
Ladles' aprons, shawls, dolmans, cloaks. Ladle.' hamlaouie I rimmed .alrt. In all eolorj anrihlack
In calico, Kingli.ro-. lawns, delaines, wonted, eaahmrrr. ladies' cloth, satin .nd .ilk. all Ul. war
Irom 75 rant, to S7r.. Alao a Isrge .wortineut ol l.nov grssle. My Millinery Uepartment nerd, to
li. aeon to lie .ppreeiated, .. it lin. t.. en selected ailh rare liy an .xperlenced Milliner. In regard
to my llreaaiiiikii,- 11.|> irtm. Nt, I wlah to state to the ladli. ol law Angela, .nd vininity that lam
now nraparcd to nil all orders si thi .honest notice Aa lo nfy work and Suing, I oa. safely .tele
without fear ol contradiction, or otherwise I could not c,(s-ct to retain or InoreaM my eitensi.e
trade. My price, arc int. ~.lt dc. l.c lower than Ihiste off.Ted hy my shart>est oompetltora in Loe
Angeleaor anywhere Call st SIX V Unix Mt., under St. klmo Hotel. oetl Iwi
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H. 11. MARKHAM, PrisHlst E. P. JOHNSON. Secretary.
0, 11. IIItAIILKY, Vice Piceldeiit, O. T. STAMM, Treasurer
Incorporated Aaanst I, INM4 Capital. SIOO.OM.
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOTTER St BRADLEY,
WHOinAf.K ANII RETAIL HEALERS IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
Wall Paper, Decorations, Etc.,
159, Ml North Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal.,
(OPPOSITE BAKER BLOCK,)
Aro Constantly receiving New Goods, and, on account of convenience
in handling and having bought at reduced orices, they are
SELLING LOWER THAN EVER.
auraflflm
irtS*JaaWrjllß m\w\*Slm\ fillings from the smallest to en
Asj3flHwfjjS tire crowns, made with gold guarau
tfM SlB BglTßlw siiii.il llio tost of time anil use.
ArtiHchd Teets inserted oa ruhher,
IraWaaaaaWlaWM gutla porcba, silier and gold.
It*ip4 a^P* l health durability ia prof-
TaaWl IT - - rrH „]r..
PAINLESS EXTRACTION.
DR. SMITH has recently invented and oonatrnoted an improved apparatus
that will, In one second, make Ibe moat aching teeth and the most palatal
gums as insensible as a atone. Thia makes teeth ex tt acting In all owes—ahildrea
and adults —absolutely painless and harmless. jy2«Hd
GREAT C BARGAINS.
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY.
COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, THE 26TH INSTANT.
I have just recoived an immense consignment of the celebrated lIANNAN t
HONS hand aud machine mode
BOOTS «S£ SHOES.
To mako room for these goods I will have to sacrifice flO,OOO worth at a
low price. The superior quality of my goods are well known to everybody, and
ont they go if they will not bring lirat cost.
A- S. TVI DONALD
aep-j;. lm No. 46 North Spring Street.
113 N. SPRING BTBET,
Has just moved into his new quarters and received a large snd fashionable stock of
OXsOTBB AND OASIMBKES
Which he in prepared to furuiah in suits to his patrons with bis usual prompti
tude Hla
PRICES ARE AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
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