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DAILY IIKKALD.
Slnailfl Ooplee of thn Herald. B Centa
Herald Stonm I'liniiiiif Hhiisc.
The IftcßtAi.n Hte.m Prlnllni HoOfte 1. not
a,up...,-,! l,i nn\ j'i' prliuliiK nfllre on the
Fnrlflc t'uns't " il-lde "I Sit, Fr.tlcl.en, 111
farllllle. 1., i,l .liv, )"l, v.ok I/iw prlee,.
Mod wok I. .... ii n insy he relied up,ui
Rt Ihla olflee
RbeeUl Rotter.
Her, .11, i noller. "I rnmpenlea, toolellet,
rhlirrh,- '"' "'l' ••<•>> he lii.erled In the
Ilia,i n ii- paid n.lierll.eineul. We re-erve
for place- ..I worship n arntilllou. dlreelnry.
whleli will ap| i every Sunday mornlnf.
The lltHil.i' nfllre I. entlßßßtld with the
trlrpliolie .y-lein nt 1,,. Anaele. rily and
rotinl) llrder. Inr adverll.elnenl. nr Jul,
,r,,rk may he .nil Ihrnuidi this inedlnin 1,,
numher um\
The Hrrami I- IheoSltdßl paper ol the elty
of l/i. Anileles I he ,11) 'I,'llii'i'ii'nl lax Hal.
and nil other municipal notice, appear only
In 11. roluinii-
Mr R N Howe Is Ihr Santa Ana u«cnt of
Ihe 111 'Hl'
OROVER
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
Of Indlnaa.
Full I'UKSIHKM IAI. XI.HI TOIIS.
URt laai AI.TRRN.TR.
,II \i hi,III I.lt. THOMAS II I IM,
of Hut Frniu'l.rn; of Ranta Clara.
C P UP:ItKV. I T. llAltltlNllTiiN.
„f Rulleri of Cointa;
W .1 II.NMN, KIIWIN HMINFOIIIi.
of Trinity; of CpluMj
M IRIOM IlllUiS. F H Mi ni.,
of Hull,' nf Tunltiiniie;
.lllllN \ M ISI.I I , Ml HAN I, ItiNM.
~i \i .in, .In. of t'onlra I pats
OgOKIII l M > ItVK, I M KATON,
of Han Friiliri.ni; "I San Frailid.ru;
JAMKS IMIKI in FliW AIIH Will iF,
of Halila l lnra. uf SantaCnu;
W ll W'EBH, A .1 ATWKIX,
ol Meniere) of Tulare.
R.''Vr'DEL'VALLE,
Of Lat AtlKele.
, , , 111 M SMITH
Tor Hnperlnr lude,- , I.II|((H'SHEAU
for llMlirl yit"ili,'i I HUH II It 111 111 N
For BherlS » " HA ItII AM
For I 1' I lelisilli'l l W lIIHtAIII.H
rot tiii, iii ik a. w. poi is
For County lleeoriler CHAS, K. alll.Ks
Fnr •laxCdlrrlor HAM. I.KVV
Forl nnr.n 1 1". A F HKPrI.VI'.HA
ForCi.uiUj Hiiryevl A 11. 11l X ION
).',„ I mii.l' C'.rni'i I'll 11 NAI'KAF
FBTpilbllc Admlnl.tralnr M P. CtJTtdtß
n>a a.hkmhi.vhrn;
Severn) 'lull Dlalrlet ABBOTT KINNF.V
Revent! s, 11l Ulslrlet W F UFA HIM \N
He, rat] Bl«hlh Hl-trlel W. T. MAIITIN
Flr.i piairlel o. STJUMXUH
Second iiisirlei .KillN I', Mohan
Third lii-lrirl F. 11. HAY
Foiirlh ln-liiil HKII MINUS
Finn IHalrlcl lACOa Hohh
1.,1t JI STI'-lls or Tim HUViI
CIX lion, , .1. D. MOItHAN
Townahlp Jiolire H. A. I.INU
WM KTOI'HMFH. lOBa W 01IIFFIN
Half nf Hie number nl candidates
lw stub- efftcetf "ii Urn Rsfajblican
ticket ol South (Jnrottna bave with
drawn llit ir names, ami ll is doubtful
whcthi-i llii- ltepiil.lt. litis will run a
Slate ticket.
Tm: Bepoblican Btaehlrai nf New
fork city bus been Srn ashed nml He
pMbUcSJta no longer linpc to carry-
New York for Blame. As Hendrloka
Wal htke care'ol Indiana, II doss nut
inuki' nun h difference how New Jar.
soy snd Connectlcul may go.
Tut: independent Hcpnhlii huh nl
the Rear! Un- in Ihe unnii
work uf defeating Hhaltts and Logan.
Their struggle ill BUch rttatM us Cnn
nei'tit-ni, Indiana ami vVteDonsln ; s
Hullii ii'iii to make those Btates toler
nldy sure fur Cleveland ami Hen
ilrii ks. provldeil Democrat* do their
illllv.
fa* government nf Colombia haa
notilii'il tlm I'miamu Railway Com
imny llml lln- trade uf that road must
nol In- disturbed in any way lor the
benefit m tin 1 intoi-oceanic canal. As
tin- net.l belongs to the Canal t'om
pany. it is md easy tv nuiko mil why
■ay eoltapanw mtißt not iln us it will
with ils own.
In tin: window nt ii leading dry
guuds merchant ol this city there iH
displuyi-.l ii atrip ..I tin- cotton stuff
MM fur .Ii rating political pint -
forms. on it is emblajßjoMd tin
logi'tid,''liluini- nn.l Logan,' 1 and im
tiitnliiiti-l y under the former name is a
eiiril nn which is w rttten, "For saJe. 11
The ittlorrnatlon is entirely sttperfltt
nils.
In Winn' part* "! tho Mast tin-
Blttinc tmiics ate peculiar. Mr.
William Walter «■! Nrw Jer-
Ht'V, for instant i\ hiren i rowils nt" men
antl boyi tv parade noisily in the
vicinity til Independent meeting for
the jmi jniHe uf diHtiirl)iii({ litem.
Thin is bad policy; chickena of thin
kintt almnsl invariably come home to
roowt.
Sn lur lyy cut y -i-irht iiii-nilu-t s. v Llie
Kortv-Nintli Congroas have been
I'leiii'.l, mi.l ..I USeee lereßteeti are
Kei.iibli.'iins while eleven nre I'l inu
Mis. Ai preßtvnl theae
l onsist nf thirteen RepabUesjui nn.l
fifteen IXtmocrata. Thna tbe re haa
beta 11him (ur ii loRR ..( torn nemo
i-riitii- mi inl.i't's ~f tin- House vi Rap
ri'seiilutivi-s.
Tm I. iiiuernli.' local tickel is ad
iiiirttl.le ft>>■ ii nil (minis id view. II is
emphatically a tickel ..f (pood-looking
tm ii aj will »s esßinable rltlsoßS.
Tin- Hkiialii. with ils cußtomary en
terprise, baa had ttstiaeesol the lead
lag Democratic candidates litho
graphed, ninl their ryonnterfeil pre-
Beiilnu nls, nn liiutvy, liiiti'.l paper,
are fur Bale ;H the pcrindi. al stnres nl
immrm and HiracMsM.
It is ii pity llml Hu- exoelleerl n>ttis
tnition lnw of Calilornll hits nut Inoen
ado|iii'J in other siuies. hTod Ohio
each a law illegal voting Bach as
took place in Cincinnati Uu- other day
woulil Im- Bimidy iniuuHHilde. Both
in keUana mi l i 'lm. tl.e Kc|iuldicane
will nlli'tnjd tn vol. n.'n r ,,,. s from
fu-rorn tiie Ohio river und will Hui-ceed
doulitletts in gettinu v u'r.-m nutny of
those votes into tin- I.!!■■' '• In
ai liiplisiiin); lliis irr.-ni ndianen will
Is- had mmm the aid afforded l.y iln
urmy ol I'nited Slates deputy mar-
Shabj w liii-h will Ik? appointed in the
Stuli'H liii-ntiolied.
Tin; address of the Heimx niti, Na
tional Comtnitaea, recently baned,
while vary liopeial in its turn', set>
forth the iteceiaity of thorough or
■araaatioti and active work, Those
Waili essential in Mtireerw at all
times nnil never were more necessary
than :il lli.' present linn-, 'flic elec
tion ii- going tn In- a very close one an<l
«?very voir will U- voted. This year
there is n greater nmnls'r than ever
of Mepcndi-nl voters who Itave not
yet fully decided (or «l the; «,ll
vote. It in in such i iiaca that effective,
work will tell. Every IH-m.H-rat hits'
one or two Republican friends wlio
may ba induced to listen to reason
even nl tin- eleventh boor, und it ln
lioovc* Us* to labor with tin in fur
their own sokes as well us tliut oi the
country. A dozen votes nunc or lo
in nastl ]>ri-< iix't of the county will
iinike ssSsWaapPf. <l"iilily sure und all
IleiniM-rats owe il to llie cause of the
people, for the lleinoeratie cause is
Hull nl the people, thul this uncertain
Mb) Ik- secured for the lh-iuia ratio
ticket, niitionul us well us local.
tWI Ri'imlilicaii friunile inuy In?
ImrfiM-tly Wl'll aatltlll' l, tt" tIH'V pro
li'iul lo In-, niili Uu- reauH in Ohio
Mad Weat Viiirinin. lull il IS ••Main
rtMl fn. t ilmi lw iliivm alt in tin- 01.- ■
tioim in tttam si He- wen- helal Ibe
Repablican Nallonal CosassltltMl in-
Hlle.l li l irrilliir i-iilltilinill|r a |>ile.mn
itp|H'iil, BctdfeaatscJ In BISIiaiWIIBISIs.
Bat 4 ealUsf fox matt ''lamp." Wh*i
|uirli, iilur bAISS run liii|i|m'|i tv tin
luritl i. mil Htiili'.l, Hi,ninli il ta
r.iiinilli UHMorliul Hint a 11, vi's ruli.
vii tuiy w.nilil luivo | Im.l cOwl dr)
the bttateM tmt Ihe ißttaMrlsl
inter."ts i,| thi' i iiiinlrv. Tills is ihui-
SSSSM) nf ISTRISS In this ConpeSS
lln- !iiriH.iililui! lit- .Ml."I vi 11 Ii .iri
tSSS Ly UkS ...imt'iil nn.l Willi the sld
of tin. Iti'|u,l.li.i,n- In Uu- Lull
Niiilli CtßßJpsss llm Son will Hlill
lie Hi-pul.li. nn, uu.l three vimih, ut
loiihl, niiial |~i«s belonthe Democfi y
Sta hope i" control tin- Kenste. In
MM "f liim ul.-. lion Mr. rlovi-liHul
Mttld liut. if he atOttld, do MJrth|R)g
1., slier tin' Isrlir, VVtierti in lbs ttoa
|er, then, arhich ROttld l.c • iuih.-iI l.y
Dtsnaorstrc rkftasyf
110 I Kl.s HKSOKTS
Boyle Heights Hotel.
The new 1101. l IMRRIII melon- In Mr
Workman
h Nun Open,
Under tho ■IRRilßlial of Mr ll.rrv lUnt
Imiiti rli "f st 1., v s, Mn
pleaeftnt , u.U'lt.iY l.snti'.ii. ~ nt I.
■trcel eiir., ihuuM not lull l.i i ill
I'or I .mn, addreM the sndenrifiled.
P.O. II". Il«; lIAIIIIV lIANT
MIX lea RRrrlri
THE BOUQUET,
%
TOM SHAW.
THE SNUG.
No. 4 8. MAIN STREET
(Ne«4 door In OONFUIKKI X KNIIINF. 11111 l
HENRY.
ormerly No, 10 Comnierein St.
BIST LIQUORS, BIER ARO CIGAR
RRTOoni. ftnd ftee Die.
liiu iienhv ROsans,
HOTEL RHEIN,
One Work from the old liepot. Read ol RTllmlrur.
ton 81., No. 1:1:1 ConniU'reinl St. Mmi. et nil
houre. Ilonnan RRRH RDOklnr. llo.nl nnd
l.OillflliU" p,T week, Hn.rd w ithnut l.n lv llie,
per Week, fl; "1 Me:,l rn-kel.. *t lloelns 1,, n
2(1 ei'iil. to.l per nltiM N" l liin,'., enij.loi , ,l.
SAHjMlnl t. lIAFFNK.II « 00., p r „prl,l,ir»
WOBDSFAIL.;i=i^
Stxnv OARTRR, nf Nii.livllle, Tclin., "for
the heiirliH derived limn
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
HarlDl heen afßleted nil mv life wllh Sernf
nli., my lystem teemed sm untie,) wlta It. It
nam* Out In MotetMrti Hirer., nnd IMnltrry
Sou-., nil over my 1m,,1>." Mr. 1 latter stntes
Hull he Mils eiililely cured Rf the use ~f
AVI R. SAlt.ArAHll.l.v. Rnd BlnwS Rnmf>
HMRlag It. ueo, eight niniitlis RgR, he hns hail
no return of tho sorofulous B| nipt s.
All baaefßl Inteellnns ~f llie hloo.l are
promptly reinuved hy this nneßDßllad tillern
tiro.
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mats.
Sold hy nil ITnhJßlsll |1, rli boltles fur »,».
Merchant Tailoring
L and Clothing House iwjj
j WANAMAKER j
J BROWN. i
j OAK HALL, 1 j
Philadelphia.
H. B. FOX, •
sales AGENT,
Lm Angeles, California.
Gentle
Women
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abiiniltiiit,
lioiiulifiil Hair must use
LYONS X ATH AI RON. This
elegant, cheap article a'ways
makes Ih' llnir grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and enres groy
nes-., removes dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is (he sure
result of using Kathairon.
TUTTS
PILLS
25 YEARS IN USE.
The Greatest Medical Triumph of tha Afe!
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER.
Lost* of appetite. Dowrliroithr, I'aln In
ibe hruti. wllh a doll «. i. N.i Li t »e
buck port. Pain aoder the shoulder
blade. Pallaaaa after eating, wltb adto
turllnatlon le exertion of body or mind,
lrriißbfllrref temper, Low aplrlta, wltb
ft feeling of bm ing neglected Home dnty,
Wearineea, Dlzzloeoo, Flatterlnt nt tbe
Heart. I rots, before the evee, lieadarhe
over ibe right rye, Reatleooneft*. wltb
lltrul drearae. Illehly colored I rlne, and
CONSTIPATION.
Tl TT n PILLS are especially adapted
to tucb cases, one doae effects such a
• iinntf'-nf feeling as to attonieb tbe suffer sr.
Tlx ] lncressr th* Appetite .and ■ « tt><
i 'ly t<. Takt on Flesh, tbii* tbe ajnu.m Is
-iiinrlihsd.and t-y ih.-lr Teale Action on
'-■ pinetl. r «»r(ti.nß,llejr»larStQoUftr«
runs HAIR DYE.
(.EAT lIaIII or \\ JIaKEKB ohanfed to a
bursar Ulack by v single application of
thla DTE. It m,perm a natural color, acta
inautntancoualy. Sold by l>rugi.'iats, or
--nt by aajtiuai on receipt ol St.
•trioa, AA Murray St., Maw York.
LOR ANOELES DAILY TTEItA "LP. SUNDAY MOI.NTXO, OCTOBETI 26. 1884.
I NIW TO DAY. NEW To DAY
We are Still at th : Old Stand!
Th* nn >■»•>•; of ili<; paMt ytMT has inspired ns with
<»rcat confidence for the future. We nre justly prouil of
our ItlCOeH, ami will continue our P fibril to merit the
cotifidanceand patronage ol the public.
OTJXt SHOOND
ANNUAL GRAND OPENING,
With the choicest assort me tit of Tailor-made
finenrtnents —equal to custom made —in the
1.u1.5l Ippnm d Shies—will commtnoa on
SATURDAY, 27TH INST.
VTtj ittvitc* tall to a critintl evdiiiiimtioii
of theBfylel, I it. Trimiiiiii"; nml Makinjr
Of our Suits. I be particular attention of
liarents is culled to our large and varied stuck of
tins' sillll < llilllrril's Suits. Remember,
you Like no chances at the
Boston One Price Clothing House,
13 NADEAU BLOCK.
■JtHP'r'quare dealing ia the rule. One price to all.
Money refunded if purchase is not satisfactory. .epsoum;
Olie JVEo re Entei prise
THF FIRST FEWELBt MANUFACTORY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
■ OPF.NFII BVTIIK
LOS ANGELES JEWELRY STORE.
No. 24 North Main Street.
I. .M. Wmriiki'. C. Mohrig.
Factory 18 Requena St. Los Angeles, Oal.
W iH tattention of Country imlm in aanih.rn California to the fact llul ire
li'i\i' >' pi ■i h 1 .1 H1 •' m i l ll\ M mi ii fii llm i iii I." A iv" I. . < ilifni niii. w heir we execute every -
IhliiK hi Drsl olnss style I hill .kill nl ll I nnil I -rv (Mil il„, nl llie Inwest pnssihi.
price. All orders nre |.r..til|.lly llii. .1 ivhell i.nl. ei'.l We should lie plonse.l l.i reel-lye urn
kind nl nn order fr.iin (lie elty nr nhro.id. (Mir specialty Is the n nfiirturliu; nf (hie
'(nartr. Hno,l«, llhunmnl Mellliii-s mid H.dd chiiln.. People will lin.l H 1., ih. Ir liitercsl 1"
eilll nil ns, n« w 11l eX'ielly v lull we -iy n..thine inl-rcprcscnted 111 our line. We will
Klve cnlllltry Jeweh-rs the hcticfll uf nur silver phited wine ns rhe.ip ,ts they em irct 11 ill
Ihe rily ul Hun l'riii,e|...„, ns ne l„iy illreel In,in Hi n iiulnrt urcr ninl rive you ns inriir n
illM'iiillit n« mi) one He Inly for c-ndl nml .ell lor Olsh Inw down. 11l rl cryl...d v s
retell. Try our price., on .llvcrwnrc- yell w ill he ilstntilshetl how low llley tire.
NR.XT I'iiMKH TIIK AssAVINU OF QoLD, BILVRR AND I,I'.IUT/. Nl'O.lETa.
We n.lviii ay ammiet nf in y ,m nun oFiiul.H on sll.vp.lt aentto in lor As
asylnt-, slid don't you fnrtsel 11. Yon get nil your nr.-Is o ..rlli In value nil. H. xuhl ruin.
Tl"' hen.l "I thi- .uilrrpri.c I. ,"ir r.dlnhfr Ic„i1, ~ M ,-. U nuner, who ,'H me I s ,11)
'ly till \imi- in'". ' iiiii'iii'inu ill -in ill -I' I.' I"" i.h.it.i'iiiL' .!.■!> liv si,'p. nud is mm
nne of nur pr nl .lewelers nn.l Manufacturers nnd Mmi« K or» in Southern I'nlllornie.
lie nnlync, I'llsli, ,1 I hi. Himuiih luuiesly. liulii-lrv nml loir ili'iiliniis w llii liis rilstnin
era. All nil,, know Mr. Winner w 111 llml lilm enrol In nil his lin-i s I imtisiu-i inns. He
Is nn ~1,1 experienced linml Inr I in- hoi thirty yenrs 111 the Wnlrh I jewel rv lillslllcss
The partner 111 till. Into enterprise Is C F. Mnhrl... ill, ~1,1, honest in ■iliufiicturc'r nml resl
.lelil nl Hilll Frillirlsrn, Inr 111" l«.| X, years, nml Ills itiml,' up his mliiil In live Hie l.llnlirr
ul Ills life In l.us Aniii'le.. Vint will llml him (ru-t w nrl hi in nil lmnsneli'uis nn.l dctilliiK-.
(lur line 111 i1.'1.l im 1 Silver Wiilohes In ns hire. inr ill Hie oily. You will fln.l n
II snrleil stnrli In jewelry ~[ nil kinds, 1 ns |„ w ~s i| ran l,r sohl. He ,lnn I s,,y Hull
we Will .ell HI r.isl. Her ml,ln Hint, nn we hnve to meet our expenses. We null Ihe ill
lenllnn nl our hely nml nciulclnnli customers tn llie for I Hull in till- fill'ire lime >..1.1 orders
k'lirn In us will linie prmiipl nlteiill.'ii. I I furirel llie I.ns Auucles .lewelrv Store, as
Ihls is ihe only pi In Hniiiliern Callfnriil i where Mhil >■ fio'tu rinir nil,l Assaying Is ilnlir.
We ere res| tfully vnurs.
WAGNJ3H MOHIIIG,
.1. ii. WAQKER, General Manager,
nn: lm Nn, M Nnrlh Main street. Factnry Nn. Hi Kequeim HI., Lai Angeles, Cel.
T jlti* It] I>H. A. W. 11RIN KKltllOFK'fi BYHTF.>t lIF HECTAI. TREATMENT 1
NEW—PAINLESS—SAFE—CEKTAIN—AND PATENTEDI
Ti Ti arntr I OVKR 100.000 OI'EHATIONS—NOT ONE DEATH I
UilA 1 n ! WILL OIVE $1,000 FOR any case of piles wh can't (Thi: !
' NO 1
CURE,
NO
paviJ
HEKEDITAHTt'ONHIIMPTIOK A MYTH I REfTTAI.CI.CP.iI ITU PARENT!
|IF not TOO LATE you CAN BE CURED I Come and lee us! Lime Back—Nervous
I rrnstrnllnii Cnn*ll|i.lton IMiirrlinrr. tllecnjiieil Htdneee. 1.l ver. Ntomfkrh.
lllmlilcr Heiul Tr.,..hle— RiRaBR or .rmnri trlimry nnil Womb Trouble -
lllnntlnir or Bnwel. Ifty.pepnln all reinilt Irnn. INFLAHMATIOM, nnd tell
ton plnlnlr thnt too hn.e RH'TAI, FM'IIRI Thonnnndn die from It t Come.
<■ ruml l.i fore KM. I, ATE! CWNNt'I.TATIOKf FREE I I h.r,r. Resnonable.
DR. C. EDUARI taftfli fH, ™* v^^™ y '
STOVES FOK~ EVERYBODY.
F. E. BROWN
*Boa> lias on linnd n large slo. k ol
ING AND COOKINC STOVES,
Tin, Sheet Iron and Agate Ware.
44 Sou Ih HpriiiK. Los Aiikclcn, t'alit'oruiit. oc7 lm
H. He BIXBY, rnmennu-sceonrnew hrlck simile, with
no Hies, uu flllll RBtl nn Innlers. I.mllei-
Ullllllll IIIIIRH. Slllllllll llßhl. roomy ■tell.,
Livery, Feed and Sale Staples, - > —- - -
thim new nnd first el»««. Horre., feii,
Nos. 117111119 East Firs! SI.. " ,ld ' ****** M '" r ""' a
, ,'- A,o',',e- ~,,i, OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Telephone No. JVi orlH-lm
HURNBAIiIi tf PER.KIIVS
Hnve ope Red nn r-liililishmeiil in llie OntUd Opera House bnlldtul Inr
Mil and Polishinn Pianos and ornans.^
Thy ere Airenls for Ihe einnos of Henry F Miller. H,u.|„ii . ReRBRM * LDRf,
Frtuiei-e.. i.r.oesleeii A Fuller. New York, nlnl Hie i Hvhir A Ferley -Ttfell..
Ilnih in,inli,r- "( lln Hrin nre wnrkinen "( in mv lenr. evperleiiee lv Kimhm.l mul
tnirriri mi l ,'iin innke nli\ purl "I il I'lnl r IIrsnll: they mill 1 heref,,re rilnrnillee flr.l
el is. w"i ki i ,1, p irliu. lit nf Ihi ir hiisin.'.s, nml hnve HI pre.enl Ih iv e.l'ilillshmenl
in 1.0. Am:el, --pei i'illy pr, p»r,"l 1,.r Ihls hu-i FUnOSRIIdOtfRRRU rem. netM lm
LITTLE'S CHEMICAL FLUID,
Th*' HhtM'itlUp Xon-rnlMOiiOiiH and l.iHlnrrrtHiit
r t «-t In mi'fi>r Srab In Slii'i'p ami Kl\ lil<>w in HiiclvN and Calvrs and nf (freat curative |wt»
1 its (or Bt.H-k nf nil kiinl" iMll imnd -iiiditle ill- vi Ihhmm, iiriii'.'e nnd Iv-of diieitHes; killa chicken
Ii v \i > or hkm liitH-aKe in hut," l ''hi • k-«it-.-.Tn,■.. . ti, i, ,|, ,'st.ir./. -. impure air in livery utrtlilen.
LITTLE'S SOLUBLE PHENYLE. f. if*-, ta- » i !' rr V I l''! l . Hr '!f.V^'u'l't
f.d.l'wi.lt r ' Tr' it ■■:!•■<■ All Ih it i- - ild to aceoinpliith itn ohjwit
SUTHERLAND HUTTON,
P. O. Box 197. Jo** Room «, DReRRtfIRRR »lo>ik Aneelee. ORRk
W. WESTERNHAQKN. H. SCHIMMEL
H. SCHIMMEL & CO.,
BOOTS & SHOES,
J5 South Spring; St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Agents for the Pacific Coast for Witteman,
Host & Co s hand and machine sewed fine men's Boots
aud Shoes. MptMm
0 O -A- Xa 9
WOOD, HAY AND CHARCOAL.
HOLMES & SCOTTM Ml S. Spring street. mo
Martin Rosenberg,
Designer and Interior House Deco
rator,
In Uasntata Walton Mint, W*H% "liver,
I,r<>lire. l,r,e „,|,- j.lhlh atel fancy tint* In oil,
caumic ~r water eotora Paltim Mantlne
Ihelr re-1,1,1,, ,- |„ ~,iifle,l alll pleaec cell
and examine ■.ample..,[ i„> ilocratinna nr
andre.. 42H We.t Seventh atreet office
bangs, 1 10 jc a. <>cti-i lm
E. H. HYDE & CO.,
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
■o. IV Went Viral Mtrrrt.
All kinds ol help lurniehcd Correapoii.l, nee
•elicited. Alao uenta tor Waleon Ua|,a ami
Vamil) Atlaa'a, Neetlham'a Kit .ct ol K«d C'lu
VCS, etC | ' In,
CALIFORNIA
LIVERY and FEED STABLE,
-.:■< \. Main Street.
ocH lm C. H. WATTS, Proprietor
W. i> MadeganA Co.,
Employment Office,
l» W. First Nt.,Wldney 111 k.
All Kinds of Help Furnished Free,
ftUKIoU
IIKW TO-DAY. aVKW TO DAY.
Tl CMI CHANCE ! -
Tin' t'liiiiKT oi si is llt'ichi Itroiigiit to
lour Hind and
Lucky are you if yon Lay Hold of 11,
For you now have an Opportuny to Purchase
CLOAKS, ISPS, JERSEYS
And onl. r oariiH iits ut Prices Unheard of
The stocks of the Liverpool Cloak Company and
Hatzt'reund, Field 8c Co., Chicago, are ours, for the time
being, but yours at such ridiculous prices that $10 to-day
will buy a cloak wo sold for $25 last season.
These are all sample garments, made for this PALL'S
TRADE, and no where in California can the same style,
cut or I rimming be found.
There is no excuse for any lady in Los Angeles want
ing an elegant wrap. They are extraordinary in material
and make and excaptionally low in value.
Look at our stock of Cloaks and then visit others and
afcer going into one or two stores you will be so badly
frightened at the prices they ask that you will make all
possible haste to get back to the
People s Store,
41>48'4S JSp>i*ixi.gr St.
ajgßnpf. B. Oonntrr Orders promptly (tiled, onr illustrated Psople'i Protector and
Price l.i-I mill led Ire- ii| |>|'l le ll h'ti II nliilsniiu mice polos Riven uwny with every
pnlr ..I lace eurtalun ..I I. ynrds uf curtain net.
Important Information
PARENTS AND PUPILS
—OF TBI 1
los Angeles Public Schools.
The contract it ad- between tit- Board of F. lucatien of Urn Angelea City and the
Puhli-b- rsol M. Ilutley Readers reads ns follows:
"Any Vupil hftvinj; n reader of any tirade or kind,
whether in use or not. can obtain the Hook de
sired for use l>y tin- payment of the l,\<liitiiiit'
Price ol il"-' book desired for use in the school."
This very remarkalile contract speaks well for the action of out Board of (educa
tion, as it will save Ihe Public * large amount of money in the buying of
new readers lot- lliia term. We have heen appointed Agents
by the Publishers for tbo Exchange of tbe McliurToy
Keaders, and tbe following
Exchange Prices will he Strictly Maintained:
MoOnflby'S First Reader 10 cents I MctJuffey's Second Reader 15 cents
McOaffey'a Third Render 25 cents | lloGutfey'l Fourlli Hinder.. . .30 cents
MoOaffey's Filth Render 88 cents.
The following Text Hooka will also be sold nt Exchange Prices :
Reel a Word l.eiaons (in ex. for an old Hwintou Word Hook or Analysts) 10 cts
Maury'a Physical Geography, revised (in exchange for tbe old edition) IS eta
.14? Tie Public will do well lv remember these prices. In obtaining the I, oka at
Exchange Prices, children must of mute bring us their old books back.
All other School Books mitt School Supplies at Lowest Price*.
PHIL. HIRSCHFELD & CO.,
aep24-lm booksellers an 1 Stationers, 215 North Main Street, Downey Blook.
DItSSOLUTION SALE!
$20,0001 TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS' I $20,000.
WORTH OF
Furniture and Carpets,
In Order to Close our Copartnership.
We are Compelled to Bell our Stock of Furniture and
Carpets at
Prices Lower tin Ever Sold
IN LOS ANOELES.
ALLEN & THOMSON,
sept 2 :r: sol 111 IPMNfI ST.. LOS t M.1.1,1i5.
Abernethy & Co.
Have Just Received Expressly for the
FALL TSR, ADB
A Complete Line of
Clothing, Underwear,
HATS, CAPS, ETC., FOR
GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN
AT
?:i \orlli S|»riiis? street, Los Angeles, iMau
CLAPP BROTHERS & CO.,
30 Ji 328 NORTH SPRIItra ST.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
STOVES, MANTELS, AGATE WARE, HINGES,
ORATES, TINWARE.
Ill,\ i AND COOKING STOVES \ SPECIALTY.
House Furnishing Goods in All Lines.
LARD AND MONEY CANS ALWAYS IN STOCK:
NKW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY.
CITY OF PARIS,
11 JIB OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, MM Hli
LATEST PARISIAN STYLES,
MAGNIFICENT GOODS.
Beautiful Patterns and Uneauileii Low Prices.
Our enormous stock of Dress Uoods, Silks and Velvets bus arrived
and are now being displayed
[.allies ill tiie city and the surrounding country ere Ino-d cordially invited to
call and thla most lleautllul and Complete stock. Nothing like It In South
IN STYLES, QUANTITY, QUALITY & UNIFORM LOW PRICES
WE LEAD.
Goods Marked In Plain Figures. "One Price."
STERN, CAHN & LOEB.
REMOVAL SALE!
BirORK SKNOVISU INTO OUR STORK.
NOS. 13 AKTD IB IVORTH SPRIATGI STREET,
WE OFFER AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
SO Extra Fine Walnut antl Mahogany Bed Room Sets. 73 IHedinm Fine Walnut nnd Ash Bed
Room Sets. I'iS Low Priced Walnut, Cherry and Ash Bed Room Sets.
We Have also made Great Reductions on Carpets, Oil Oloths, Linoleums, Mattings, etc.
S»"Do not fail lo call oa us before purchasing.
O. T. BARKER & SONS,
sept.ltf M 4 and Mil Worth Main Street. Wear Pico House.
EDUCATIONAL.
WOODBURY'S
Business College!
SIO V Main Ht.. near Pico House,
LOS ANOELES, CAL.
P. C.JWOODHURY, Proprietor, ami Manager ol
ilealii's Biistiii'sa Uollece, Han for the
past seventeen years, has opened a
FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS COLLEGE
Where Young Men mini Ladlea can acquire a
Thorough, Practical Business Edu
cation
For particulars address
F. C. WOODBURY * CO.,
JelOtf P. U. Sea 1367, Los Angelea, Cal.
E. PABSA, TEACHER.
Professor ol FRENCH. Graduate ot the Uni
versity ol Paris. Schools and private lessons
No. 100 ALISU STRKET, Los Angeles.
atarttti
St. Paul's School for Boys and
Young Men.
The Key. Klin-. Hirdsall Iteclor; the Itev.
Edward MeM mii- Principal, Thla -eh....l is
1.. In- Mpene.l Fur the reeepti.-ii of pupils on
Mmiduv. K..vcuiher.ld, nt 9 A. M. Applir-i
Hull should In- made ti, Ihe Iteclor in the
Vestry ~f St. Paul's church, hetweei. the
hour- ol II A. M. und IS M., or the Principal.
OBtM I in
PIANOFORTE MUSIC TEACHERS.
Hia. and Miss Deleral atl] give lessnna ou the
I'iali,, to tli.-ir r,-iil,- ice. :17 Hah street, ! :,-.- 1.,.s
Astralas, or at ths restdenee of pupils. .Address
Ihnnvti Ihe Postelrlee hoy tW I , or by personal
application at residence. sep--»l lm
MISCELLANEOUS.
STATEMENT OF CONOITiON
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank,
OF LOS ANfIELEH,
At the Close of Business,
-i P i I 'Mil it an, 1--.1.
ASSETS.
Cash on hand . |57t,1>06 12
Cash ~n call mid with
Hanks fi9,7lS 01
Total cash $434,072 73
United States 4 percents
and otherllovertiment
llnnda 411.25541
Loans and dtaoorutts . iifts.toy 29
Real esiate (ineltidlug
former Rank Inillding. -ja.tTO 00
Vaults, safes and office
furniture 11.472 3
ti M»,«T) n
LIABILITIES.
Cnpllnl (paid up.) 1200,0011 0U
Surplus and reserve . 321,000 00
Total capital ...... $ .Wt.OOO 00
fti.livi.i.-.i p,n,ms 4«,:nt 17
line deposltnrs 1,29:1,798 66
1i1U.10ii.1.t.1.-elare.land
uncalled lor) 2.14.1 00
tl.sa»,-jfi7 *2
Isaaias W Hellman, President, and John
Mlliier, Secretary, of tin- Farmers' At Mer
elnml-' flunk ~f 1.,,- Am:,-!,-, l.eltig severally
duly sworn, each for lilnisell say that tho
r,.reL',,iiig statement is true lo his hesl knowl
edge and l.elh l.
ISAAC W HELLMAN, President
JOHN MILNEIt. Secretary.
Sworn to and suhserllied hefore tne this
13th dayof Octoher, A. I). ISS4.
JAMES 0. KAYB
|Ba*L.| (octtt-lml Notary Pntillc.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
First National Bank,
AT Los AKOBUtS,
In the Stale of California, at Ihe close of
hnalness
si l- il mil tl '.111, mm.
■■SOURCES.
Loans and discounts | w,4,|9S 12
Overdrafts. l:i,.:u> nn
I. H. Ilolld- lo seem,. . ~, nlnli m l,
Other stocks, lion,l« and mortgages Ir.l, ~n ar,
Hue |r,,111 n|,proved re-eneag -js.iMll .-,;|
llue Iron, olher Nail, I Hunks 4.111 lis
Hue rrom SI.He Hank-mid I,linkers 2-:.h:i nil
llealestale.liirnilnr,- and llxliircs 41,7:11:17
Cnrreiil ,-xpi-lis,- „, ,„., paid 1:1.7:14 7i
Premiums paid fir, Ti
Cheeks and ..11,. r ca.l. items 2.451 88
Hills of other Hanks 4 sll) 00
Fracllolinl paper currency, nick
els and pennies SSUS
Specie 154.H90 00
Legal lender n,,les r,,'JHO (Xl
Redemption fund with l>. H. Treas
urer (.', per cent, ol circulation) 4,,' a» oo
10l nl 11,8*0,710 S»
1.1 V 1111.1 I IKK.
Capital slock paid In » HKi.lssi ts)
Suri.lus fund . 100,000 00
I mln i.1.-l pri.ril- 01.337 :«l
National Hank Notes oulstnudlng 80,000 00
In IP 1,1.1 .Ideposlts.iildectliTh'k 9111,723 r.2
l.ein.in.l eerlllleales of deposit fa1,4»2 711
i I t.. Hlate Hanks and hankers . 05.H17 27
Total 11,8*6,710 W
STATB OF CALIFORNIA, j „
CoI'NTY ok ANUKI.KS.i
I, William Uey. ( ashler ol Ihe ahovc
reamed Hank, do solemnly swear.that the
native statement ia true to Ihe lieat of my
klM.wle.lge and hcllef.
WM. LACY, Cashier.
aal.scrlli. il I sworn 1.. I.elore me Ihls
Ulhaliiy of Oct,,Her, ISS4.
Itiai. | .1. A. CHAVES, Notary IMlhllc.
t'lerect-Atteat:
JOHN II 111. KM 1.1...
K. F. SPKNCK, > lllrectors.
WM. LACY, )
' oetlS-lm
Gas Cooking Stoves,
i limit s m;iv
For Sale or to Rem on Em Terms.
Tlu'mc Htoves ftre not nnly a (trout ennvenl
enpe nmt luxury, tmt with the
Price ol Oan reduced lo $3 M per 1000 feet,
Aro economical is well.
J/.H ANGELES (iAH COMPANY,
octld lm Office No. » Bouora street,
JEEO? FOR THE
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE!
We are Now On>rinjr
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 SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE,
71 N. SPRING STREET,
Opposite the Court House. „, v23
PALACE OF FASHION.
TO THR ■..%■» I KM: I will aril regardless,,! cost lor the next sodays the following articles:
[.allies end Children'! Underwear. Lsdlrs" and Children's Suita,
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, Ladlea' and children. Wrappers,
Ladies' and Children's ("alien Suits, Ladies" and children's Worsted Stilts,
Ladles and Children's Cashmere Suits, Ladie.' snd children's Silk Suits,
Ladles' and children's White Suits, Utiles" ami Children's white wrappers,
lAdiee' Linen Dusters, Ladies' tloliair Dusters.
Ladies' aprons, shawls, dohnana, cloaks. I,adias' handsome trimmed skirts In all colors andhlack
in calico, gingUin*. lawns, delaines, worsted, cashmere. Isdles cloth, satin and silk, all the way
Irom 76 cents to t7f>. Also a larife assortment of fancy trend. Mv Millinery f s ptrtment meds to
he seen to he appreciated, as it has heen .selectril with rare hy an e\|a ricrxed Milliner. In regard
to my Dressmaking Department, I wish to state to the ladies of l,oe Amrehs and vicinity that lam
now prepared to fill all orders at th. shortest notice. As to Bay work and fitting, I can safely state
without (ear ol contra,li, tin,, nr otherwise I inul.l not expect to retain or increase my extensive
trade. My prices are intended to he lower than thoae offered hv mv sharpest competitors In Los
Angelesor anywhere Call at 4 .VI St. Main Ht., under St klmo Hotel. ceti tm
IV 11. MACK M AM. President. K. P. JOHNSON. Secretary.
0. H. BRADLKY, Vice Pjesldent. 0. T. BTAMM, Treasurer.
■nrorporated A.iast 1, IHH4 < apltal. «I no (Mil..
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO.,
SUOOEBBORS TO DOTTBR & BRADLEY,
WHOLtmLE AND RETAIL DEALERS. IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
Wall Paper, Decorations, Etc.,
IN, North Main Html, Los /...gcta*, < ul..
(OPPOSITE BAKER BLOCK,
Are Constantly receiving New Goods, and, on account of convenience
in handling and having bought at rodnced nrices, they are
SELLING LOWER THAN EVER.
at i if 211 ilm
fM BL »l NORTH MAIN ST.
ssBlC% ti.e to en
h23| tire
ff/11l HU'
DKBHsflssHfflssilSl Al 'til on
~,M for
rg\ m \X\m\ I^^*s»ss^r erable.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION.
DR SMITH haa recently invenlod and constructed an Improved apparatus
tbat will in 0«e second, make tho most aching toelh nml Ibe most painful
Hums as insensible as a stone. This makoa teeth extracting in all cases—children
and adulU—abeolntoly painless and harmleas. jy2f>td
GREAT £ BARGAINS.
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY,
COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, THE 26TH INSTANT.
I have iuat received an immense consignment of llm celebrated lIANNAN ft
1 HONS ban.) au.l machine made
BOOTS «8e SHOES.
To make room tor those goods I will have to auerilicn $10,000 worth at a
low price. The superior quality of my goods are well known tn everybody, and
oat they go if they will not bring first cost.
JkV. M 9. r*r C DONALD
acpSTolm N°« 4 " North Spring Street.
JE*- s.A-X>..^k.3SME,
113 N. SPRING STEET,
Haa just moved into his now quarters and received n large and faahinnnblo stock of
OI.OTHS AND O^.BXXKXXIXCXIS
Which he is prepared lo furnish in suits to Ms pafrona with lua usual promptl-
PRICES ARE A 8 CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.

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