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THE DEPARTED POET LAUREATE. Death Came to Him as He Could Have Wished. 1— Calmly, Sweetly, the Bard's Spirit Took Its Flight. A Wr.ath of Laurel Encircles His Placid Brow—A Public Funeral V. ill Be Given Him In West minster Abbey. By the Associated Pros?. London, Oct. 6.— The pset Tennyson 1 died at 1:35 o'clock this morning. Since yesterday alternoon it was evident to c his physicians that the end-was only a r question of a few hours. The dying poet r laureate gradually lost strength, growing feebler little by little, until finally the a end came as painless as it was peaceful, t Death came to him as he could have t jffisbed it. There was no artificial light r In the room; only the mellow € rays of the autumn moon lit j up the chamber in which the ( dying man lay, and fell across the bed, bathing him in pure pellucid , light and forming a Rembrandteso' background to the scene. All was •* B lent save the gentle sighing of the . 81 " j through the trees around the m - ™ aa \ a fitting requiem for the poet Mman, of the love and beauties of n' .*^ i 0 sacg So quietly did his soul de- ■* 3 J, e '. ~ members of the family -* Tt that th e aware of the fact till it ' BOt become by the attendant pbv announced twice during the n< <j2f or eyes to the faces of h t e , htted , hia peaceful smile pie * c watchers, and a Lady Tennyson. J** <™l hii ' eatu ™ bore up well v ****** here /" h fe ? b,e i ■ was over. ' kren la * ormed that all ' -Coincidence in the fact that nelldied Charles Stewart Par- \ a ' that Gladstone will P ?f ** Algernon Charles Swinburne /Idtireate to srcceed Teonyson. .. family has -no buryieg ground. It f ,f'Supposed the poet will be buried in Westminster abbey. The funeral will Tbe public. The canon of Westminster abbey has formerly invited Hallam Tennyson to bury his father in Westminster abbey. Haliem Tennyson is now so ill as to be confined to his bed. The bodyof Lord Tennyson lies on the bed where he died. He looks fifteeen years younger than before death. His beard has been carefully trimmed, his bands are folded oyer his chest, a laurel wreath crowns his head and another lies at his feet. Burning wax tapers lend a subdued light to the chamber. The bishop of Winchester will preach the funeral sermon in Haslemere church on Sunday. BEAD AND DISGRACED. A Prominent Philadelphia Churchman Commits Suicide. Philadelphia, Oct. o.—William Runk, of the extensive dry goods firm of Dar lington, Runk & Co., committed suicide this morning. It is discovered that during the ab- Bence of Darlington, Hunk speculated ■with the firm's money in stocks, and lost $80,000. The discovery of the fact led to ttie suicide. He carried a life in surance of over half a million dollars. Runk was prominent in the Snnday school association of the Episcopal dio cese of Pennsylvania, being one of the original members of the American Church Sunday School institute, and of the joint diocesan committee on Sunday school lessons for the Episcopal church, who, in annual session in New York, compile the lessons for the use of the church throughout the United States. As a member of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, he ex hibited great activity in furthering the growth of the society. He also was a member oi the Southwest convocation, and on Tuesday next was to have gone to B-iltimore to represent the Sunday Schools of the diocese at the American church Sunday school tri-ennial insti tute. THE MEXICAN CORN LAW. Tiuie Hxteuded f.>r the Free Importa tion of Maize. Washington, Oct. s.—Secretary Rusk has received advices from the consul general at Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, con firming the dispatch announcing that the time for ftie free importation of corn into Mexico has been extended to No vember 30th, and stating further that between December Ist and July 3lst only one-fourth of the regular duty, which is one cent per kilo, gross weight, will be collected on imports. The con sul general adds : This free importation until the end oi November, and the re duced import duty until July 31st, has caused a greatly increased demand for American corn. American Grain Needed In Spain. Washington, Oct. 6.—ln view of the fact of the failure of the grain crop in Spain, the United States consul at Cadiz earnestly recommends that sam ples of American grain, with the export prices, be sent him to be exhibited at the board of trade rooms. He asks that the addresses of American corn ex porters be furnished those who wish to import direct from the United States. Too IVluch of a BUk, It is not unusual for colds contracted in the fall to hang on all winter. In eucli cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis are almost sure to result. A fifty-cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will cure any cold. Can you afford to risk bo much for so small an amount? This remedy is intended especially for bad colds and croup and can always be depended upon. For Bale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main, druggist. A Storm in Italy. Rome, Oct. 6.—A violent storm in the vicinity of San Pier d'Arena inundated . the town and did immense damage. A number of lives were lost. ! JLOIt. I Once lost, it is difficult to restore the l hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest you become bald. Skookum root " hair grower stops falling hair. Sold by j druggists. I ° u , r ? r 2SrtP , sf Physicians Recommend i John Wieland's and Fredericksburg Beer c Both uneqnaled for quality, strength and purity \ —— —— — - California Vinegar Works, t 855 Banning street, opposite soap factory near Alameda and First streets, one-half block ; from electric light werks. ! Patronize California Industries By ordering P. F. Double Extra Brown Stout. 1 superior to any foreigu made stout and porter, - Jncob Adloff, agent. Use uerman a amiiy soap. \ L6g ANGELES fridaY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1892. INDIGNANT HAMBURG OFFICIALS. They Deny That They Recklessly Granted Bills of Health. < Hamburg, Oct. 6 —The chancellor of the Hamburg senate has made an offi cial statement in reply to the charge of the Ameiican vice-conßul here, to the effect that the Hamburg authorities granted clean bills of health to steamers 1 bound for the United States after chol- ' era was known to be epidemic in the city. The statement says the bills < « health were given both the Mora- > and Normannia, on which cholera h J? ft out on the voyage, before it was k . that cholera was in Hamburg. -aown QUARANTINE IN ABET ANCK. Mexico No Longer Enfor' bargo Against Amer' Her 1(5 Mexico, Oct. 6 —Dr £•* sh, P»> lent of the nations' j» preei requests the Assr ' ™ ard , of hefl,th wunce that the ™** eA P L eea to an " regulations ag- / Me *«» n Quarantine tre in abey- United States ;here is no" Ato®, aa it is known that Dut that ' <*wi!«"ra in the United Statea, ready to Mexican authorities are aver • ' *PPfy vigoToua meaaeres when ma j, 4*eded. Tbe announcement ie lie* •to deny many false reports pub ? MiA in the United States about choi rs and quarantine regulations in Mexico. A FEMALE SMUGGLER. I THE EX-WrFE OF A MILLIONAIRE IN SERIOUS TROUBLE. Sire Did a j,»n<> Office Business in Paint ings br the Old 'Masters, Which She Kntered Fraudulently at New York. New sTork, Oct. o.—The woman ac < cused of summugling paintings valued at $110,000 ie said by the customs house authorities to be the divorced wife of William Campbell, the millionaire wall paper manufacturer. She is now the wife of an Italian named Dioacaci, of Naples, Italy. Mrs. Campbell called at the customs bouse today, very angry, and said she called to prefer a charge of smug gling against Inspector Traitteur. The latter, she said, concocted tbe charge of smuggling against her, in order that he might take possession of the paintinga which belonged to her. Hia motive, she charged, was revenge because she did not reciprocate his passion for her. She declared that he pursued her to Saratoga and other places to make love to hei. Deputy Collector Phelps took the pa pers, but did not give Mrs. Campbell much satisfaction. Nearly three months ago the customs officers began to watch Mrs. Campbell. About that time she entered a great many paintings as household goods and personal effects. She took the usual oath at the time, that she had used the gooda abroad for a year and that they were not intended for sale. Tbe officials learned that the woman had not been across the ocean for two years, and had lived con tinually here. They learned that she stored them away in storage houses and auction rooms in this city, and had a catalogue printed and sent around. There were originally 106 paintings, but t he other 24 have disappeared, and the in ference is tiiat the woman managed to dispose of them. Some of the paint ings are by Leonardo da Vinci. One of them is the famous picture Christ Car rying the Cross, valued at $25,000. There are two by Rubens and a number by other old masters. Sixty-nine are by Italian masters who lived prior to the 16th century. / The woman interested is well known. A few years ago she met the man who had been her husband in Central park, and, in the presence of a thousand per sons, went at him with a horsewhip. She used a horsewhip on other occa sions. Mr. Chas. Carman, from Petersburg, 111., writes: "I know Salvation Oil to bo a very good remedy for neuralgia, rheumatism, burns, toothache and cuts. We are never without it." ~| Ust"~OPHNED—I22 S. SPRING ST.—AL fj GONIiUIN LC.SCH PARLORS—I 22 S. Spring St., rear of Pueific Gem Co. Lunch Borved'daily from 11 till 2. sc—Good coffee with cream a specialty—sc. 10 7 It OHN BAPTISTE FKOVA, CHIMNEY sweeper, 149 San Pedro street. 9-20 lm I F. HLOPRR, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE XV. 112 Center Place. 9-8 tf NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER Com oany will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 and 8 o clock p.m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before water will be turned on again. 817 tf THE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC (JURE is the greatest discovery made within the last 100 years in patent medicines. For sale by all lcadh'R druggists. 10-17-91 ly FOR RENT—HOUSES. RENT—ALL NICELY " that beautiful home, No. 1600 FikUeroa st. WESLEY CLARK, 127 W. Third st. 9-25 tf f[>Oß RENT —HOUSEB ALL OVER THE CITY 1 C. A. Sumner A Co., 107 8. Broadway. 412 FOR RENT—ROOMS. for housekeeping. 192s Bonsallo Aye. 10-8 3t. I7IOR RENT—THE BARKER, SOUTH Spring street, elegantly furnished rooms. 8-12 tf iftOß RF-NT —FINE SUNNY ROOMS. FUR -1 nished. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Allso and Los Angeles streets 6-3 tf RENT—MISCELLANEOUS. FOlf RENT dif LEASE"'fOR A IfioTlT time, or a term of yeats, three small ranches at foot of mountains, all splendid lo cations for health and beauty of scenery; one north of Pasadena, one in La Cafiada, and one in Crescenta; all have cheap but comfortable houses, barns, fruit, and bett of water. Ad dress the undersigned at Pasadena, or call at his ranch at Las Flores, north of Altadena. Terms very favorable. MILTON LINDLEY. 10-4 7t FOR RUNT —A SQUARE PIANO IN GOOD condition; will rent for six months. FISHER & BOYD PIANO COMPANY', 121 and 123 North Spring, corner Franklin. 915 lm EXjCCRSIONS. LEHMAN'S TICKET AGENCY—CUT RATES to all points; tickets bought and sold. 213 South Spring street, Hollenbeck Hotel block. Member American Ticket Brokers' Association. C. JUDBON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST • every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston. Manager in charge. (HBcej, 212 8. Spring it. IMPROVED EXCURSION CAR SERVICE; the Santa Fe route, shortest through car line to the east; dally through trains to Chicago; special family tourist sleeping car excursion! for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and New York personally attended through to Boston by Santa Fe excursion conductors. For cheapest tickets and full information apply to any agent Southern California By, and City Ticket Office Santa Fe Route, 129 N. Spring st„ Los Angeles. I-l tf PHILLIPS' BXCURBIONB VIA DENVER AND Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston. Office. No. 138 South Spring St. Itf HONOLULU TOURS—HUGH B. RICK, BPB cial agent Oceania S. S. Co. Office: 124 W. Second at; P.O. Box 679. 12-4 U GOING DOWN THE HILL. I VSWplng on 'Shows Itself in xCB -Ln*We Eyes and Trembling Mp hda—MXny Whn Are Old In Years »™> Vlgororigand Hnalthy—How .Such * t '«nii! , tt «i may be Eoeoinpassed b y Alt. "ittßtnj elderly men and women we see w jO plainly show they arc "going down the (AH.* The trembling hand, the uncertain tttp, the lack of brightness In the eye, the shrunken features, all indicate that life Is not at high tide; that the strength and vital forces are not what they once were, aud in tact, that twey are going down the hill. This, of course, is to be expected, for when one-Teaches later verts, physical troubles «'c sure to come, but ' how many elderly people we see are healthy, happy and comparatively vigorous. They al ways seem cheerful, brhrht, eonteii'ed. Why should not all be equally foitunate? It cer tainly is possible Kvery eldevly man and woman needs to gently assist na ure, ail the while needs to take so rue pore stimulant regu larly. Every doctor in. the land admits this, ana Its common sense must be niamcst to all- It should not be understood, however, that any ordinary stimulant would be recommended. It must be Bomethisg pure, powerful, healtit ' riving and strength-imparting. Such a stimu -1 lantcanbe found only in Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. His the only medicinal whiskey in 1 the market Its wonderful popularity is <iue , ] entirely to its newer'and what it has aocom . pushed. Any elCerly man or woman through its use may certainly preserve the health, and may reasonably expect to prolong the life. I Do not iuduoed, howev -i, to try a'iy inferior . article or any which the druggist or grocer may seek to put in Its plsce. There in nething ' which a pomnlish the samf object. 1 '. ■ — 1 1 WANTED-HELP. PETTY, HTJMMi'X A CO., SUCCESSORS TO Petty & 'ilummel and Martin & Co., 207 West Second ctreet, and 131 and 135 West First street, wbere all people wanting any kind of situations or help can be promptly and satis- C factorily supplied. The largest agency west of the Mississipp. river Miscellaneous depart ment at 207 West Second street. Tel. 40. Hotel work. 131-135 West First st. Tel. 509. first ciass household department in each - office. XX7 ANTED—AT ONCE, A FJKST-CI ASB V> coat maker. WINTERS & COGSWELL, Pomona, Cal. 10-7 2t ANTED—A BOY OF 15, AT 2(31 EAST BiKth st. 10 7 2t WANI ED-GIRL OR YOUNG LADY TO wait on table and assist in light house l work. Apply at 115 W. Sixth st, near Main. , 10 7 2t f WT ANTED—A YOUNG LADY AS TRAVEL tt ing companion; one that is a good reader. 1 Address B. C. 30, this office. 10 7lt i TVr ANTED —A GIRL TO WASH SILVER f TV and glass, at the Hollenbeck Cafe: $6 a week and board. 10 7 It YTfT ANTED—WOMAN TO DO GENERAL I VV housework; family washing sent out. . Apply at once at 1507 S. Grand avenue. 10-6 3t ) TT7 ANTED—A YOUNG MAN NOT LESS f TV than 18 years old, to do I*nitor work for 1 tuition. LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, I 144 South Main street 10-6 tf. 1 TIT ANTED—A GOOD CLOTHING BALES ! Tf man; none but experienced men need ap | ply. Call or address B. C, this office. 10 4tf I V|7 ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP FREE— , VV Employment or any information, address E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880. ' Office, lilt)'.-, South Spring street: residence, 451 South Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ange les, Cal. Telephone 113. 8-16 tf WAUTBD-MISCELIASEOIJS, WANT I'D —TO TRADE A 1-YEAR OLD, 1100 lb. black stylish buggy horse for a smaller speedy single footer or pacer, gooi under the saddle. Address X., box 30, this office. 10 0 lOt TTTANTED—COPYING, PLAIN BOOK KEKP- T V ing or any kind of writing for two hours' work each day. Address K. S., Herald office. 10-6 2t \ ANTED—A GOOD MICttOSCOFK. AD dress, with terms, CHAB. 0. BROWNING, San Jacinto, Cal It' 0 3t ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME, ~.HEAP est place at BURNS'. 256 south Main St. 1 -27 tf BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. d&OXAIi FOR SALE—HOUSE of 5 ROOMS, hardfinished, laige corner lot, with barn, cypress hedge, shade trees. Only one block from Washington streetcar line. CUDDY & StOUaHTON, 203 North Main street. 10-7 2t. OiOAAA FOR SALE—HOUr-E OF 5 ROOMS, hard finished, on south side of street nexr Grand avenue, large lot Price $2000. part cash. CUDDY & S/TuUGRTON, 203 North Alain street. 10 7 2t ffiOß SALE—TEN ACRES W Til WATER, 1 planted to grapes, piice, $1500. 280 acres ready for the plow, near Ontario. $60; corner lot. Bellevne and Belmont. $500; 160 acres near Cucamonga; 2 lots, Fair Oaks avenue, Pasadena, $550 each, and one has small house; 20 acre tracts at Cucamonga. long time and low interest Any of tho above can be exchanged for mortgaged Main street property. POIN DUXTEK & LIST, 127 W. Second st. 10-4 tf Ij>Oit BALK-$5OOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK 1 on Second st.: 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy terms. See OWNEK, room 78, Temple block. 10-2-tf HOMtSS FOR ALL—J WILL SELL YOU A lot and build you any kind of a house you like, on monthly installments; carpenters, plssterers and laborers can find work and pay part cash for home. Address, RALPH ROGERS, W. First St., city. 9-21-lm IrtOß e>ALE-$4OO-HOUBE AND LOT COR~ ncr Court and Patton streets: both streetß graded. M. P. SNYDER, 139 South Broadway. 9-13 tf FOR SALE—HOUSESiFORSALE. MONTHLY payments. Allison Barlow, 227 West Bec ond st. 9-11 lm COUNTKY^ROFERTY. FOR SALE—SIO3O. 10 ACRES OF GOOD fruit l<>nd with water, near Pomona. Price $1000. CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 203 North Main street. 10-7-2t I7IOR SALE—DAIRY RANCH; $20,000~; 80 1 acres of alfalfa, 6 room house, well, wind mill and tank, water piped to house and bams, 15 fresh cows, 4 horßes, wagons, etc., includ ing all. Price $250 peracre; only 3 milei from the city. CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 203 North Main street. 10-7 2t ffi'irnn for sale—near Downey, so fiPOOUU acres of good alfalfa land, 8 acres in alfalfa, balance in fruit, grain and corn; house of 5 rooms, artesian flowing well, barn, and other out buildings, farming implements and furniture, all complete. I'rice, $3500. CUDDY' & STOUGHTON, 203 North Main street. 10 7 2t. ©CAA FOR SALE —10 ACRhS, CI.EAR nPOUv water; other acreage; Redlands or ange groves, large and small. J. COLSTON, 209 South Broadway 9-20 Hm FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. elegant span of carriage horses, harness, carriage and buggy; horses gentle and work either single or double; will sell in part or as a whole very cheap. WESLEY CLARK, 127 W. Third street. 9-25-tf OR BALE—THREE GOOD HORSES, ONE Mitchell farm wagon and one Mitchell spring wagon. Apply to W. 8. PEMBERTON, cor. Pico and Telegraph sts., Pico Heightß. 9-25 14t FOR SALE—AN UPRIGHT PIANO. ALMOST new, at a bargain. FISHER <fc BOYD PIANO COMPANY, 121 and 123 North Spring, corner Franklin. 9 15 1m TJTOR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTI JT ties to suit, at this office. BUSINESS CHANCES. BALE-$450. A RESTAUR ANT CEN ! trally located, doing first-class business, clearing about $12 per day; cheap rent. CUD DY & STOUGHTON, 203 North Main street. 10 7-at FOR BALE—SSOOO. ONE-HALF INTEREST ■ in large manufacturing business, best on the coast, large profits, goods already mtro dnced; can be made to pay from $7000 to $10,000 yearly. $4000 to go into the business. , CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 203 North Main street. 10-7-2t OR SALE—ONE-HALF INTEREST IN PAY irq livery stable, centrally located. Will sell cheap to right man. CUDDY & BTOUGH TON. 203 N. Main street. 10-7 2t. ' FjOR EXCHANGE. I FOR . gage and cle»r lot for well-broken mares i R. W. POINDEXTER, 127 W. Second. 9-18 lm A RCHITECT. CH. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 SOUTH • Broadway. 8-7 ly URGESB J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, EBTAB lished for the past 10 years in Los Angeles Rooms 7 and 8 (second floor), Workman block, t Spring st., between Second and Third. 3-2 ly _ ._ i __ r^_^_t __ DAY ECHOOL FOR GIRLS-416 W. TENTH street, between Grand a-enue and (.live street, on electric and cable routes. Miss Par sons and Miss Dennen, principals, lately prin cipals of New York Avenue Institute, Brook lyn, N. Y. A thoiough and attractive school. Prepares for college. Corps of twelve teachers in English smilies, Latin. Greek, French, Ger man; music, piano, violin and voice: art, and physical culture. Special students admitted. Afternoon classes for ladles. 10-4 lm ITMiiKR SCHOOL AT THE WOODBURY BUSINESS OOLLEGjS, 245 Sming st, Los Angeles. School in session ail summer. Thorough training in the commercial and English branches, penmanship, shorthand »nd telegra phy. Call or write foronr new lilnstrated cata fog'uo. G- A. HOUGH, President. W. G. FELKKR, Vico President. 7-» tf E. C. WILSON. Secretary. PECIAL BUMMER SESSION —WILL OPBH AT— THE LOS ANGFLEB BUSINESS COLLEGE, 144 South Main Street, June 27th One o! the most successful teachers of the public schools has been employed for the sum mer. Classes will be formed to accommodate those who wish to make up back worn, who wish to advance a grade, or to take up any special wort. euch as penmanship, book Keep ing, shorthand, typewriting, etc. For lull par ticulars call at college office, 144 South Main. Si.HADER, President. F. W. KKLSEY, Vice-President. I. N. INSKEEP, Secretary. 8- IS-91 lyr ISS MARSH'S BCHOOL-A BOARDING and day school for girls, incorporated. The fifth school year begins September 21st, For circulars, address 1340 and 1342 S. Hope st. Principals, Miss A. S. Marsh and Miss F. 0. Shoecrait. 10-5 lot LASSES IN PAINTING, DRAWING AN > French; also, evening lessons. Terms reasonable New Wilson block, room 97. Melle HE LA BAERE. 9 30 lm CHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (INCOR porated), 137 south Main street (Chamber of Commerce). Commodious new studios. L. E. GOKDON-M'LEOD, principal. 10-ltufrsulm HE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, AT THkIT>R~ ncr oi Fifth and Main, isjnow open for new students Both piano and voice, under di rection of BERNARD BERG. 9 211 m MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF Piano, Voice Cv lure, Guitar and Banjo. ARDMOUR, Broadway and sixth St. 9-2-1 -if OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC and Art; open all the year. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, precident, 648 South Olive street 8-14 ly UDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND Arts will open October 10th. 9-1 tf WILLHARTITZ, MUSICAL STUDIO, • room 37, California Bank Bid'g. 8-13 ly INDERGARTEN TRAINING SCHOOL WILL reopen October Bin. Address MRS. N. D. MAYHBW, 676 W. Twenty-third street. 7-9 tf HE LONGLEY SHORTHAND INSTITUTE, the oldest and best. Pupils assisted to situations. Spring and First Btreets. 6-26 tf TEACHERS' CLASS PREPARING FOR county examination. Positions for povern mgm and teachers. 120U 8. Srrlng. 12-25 tf PERSONAL. ASTRO LO ± ger in the Btate, is at 423 South Spring street. 10-2, lm ERSONAL— COFFEE,FRESH ROASTED ON our giant coffee roaster. Java and Mocha, 35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c; Peerless coffee, 20c; sugars, 16 lbs granulated, $1; 19 lbs brown, $1; 6 lbs rolled oats or wheat, 25c; 4 lbs best rice, 25c; 6 lbs sago or tapioca. 25c; 10 lbs Lima beans, 25c; 3 pkgs starch or corn starch, 25c; can milk, 10c; can deviled ham, sc; 5 cans saidines, 25e; 2 lbs corned beef, 15c: 5 lb« Japan tea, $1; can coal oil, 80c; best bacon, 15c; pork, 12c; brooms, 15c; wooden pails. 15c: fruit jars 80c dor.en. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 South Spring stieet. I >ERSONAL—RALPHS BROS —GOLD TjAR Flour, $1.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar, 19 lbs $1: granulated sugar, 16 lbs $1; white sugar, 17 lbs $1; 5 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans fruit, 50c; 50 bars soap, II; eastern gasoline, 80c, and coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 15c; lard, 10 lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 50c i 601 South Spring street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf ERSONAL — W. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER, room 13 Bryson-Bonebrake block. Pro bate and insolvency law a specialty. Advice free. 7 23 ly TTNCLE SAM'S WINE CELLARS AT E. L) FLEUR'S. wines and liquors, 404-406 North Los Angeles street. 6-3 tf medical personals. " Compound is the greatest medical discov ery of the age. Absolutely sure aud safe. Every bottle guaranteed. Write to the Prophylactic Compound Company. Fresno, Cal., for a de scriptive circular, which contains information that may save you years of Buffering, and per haps your life. Circulars and tho preparation can be obtained from all druggists. F. W. BRAUN & CO., distributing agents for South ern California. 7-16 R. F. LAMBERT CURES RHEUMATISM. 300 Aliso street, Los Angeles. 9-13 lm ARRIED LADIES—SEND 10 CENTS FOR '•Infallible Safeguard" (no medicine, no deception); just what you want. LADIES' BAZAR, Kansas City Mo. 7-8 6m MISB NELLIE BARNES, OF SAN FRAN cisco, trance test and business medium. 310W South Spring street. Sittings daily, $1, 9- 30-1 m Its! PARKER. CLAIRVOYANT, LIFE reading, business, lawsuiU, mineral loca tions, removals, health, love, marriage, etc. Take Spring and Washington street car to Ver mont avenue, go south to Vine street, second house west of Vermont avenue. 1-27 tf FINANCIAL. in any amounts on all kinds of personal property anti collateral security, on pianos with out removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, bi cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property of value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., In wareheuses; partial payments received, money without delay; private offices for consultation; wiU call If desired. W. E. DeGROOT, Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 8. Spring St., opposl.e Nadeau hotel. 7-29 tf OANS, 7 AND 8 PER CENT. BRADSHAW BROS.. 101 South Broadway. 8-16 6m 8. ROBINSON, LOANS; 7 PER CENT; \JT« city and county property. 213 West First street. 3-13 3m MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY amount. M. P. SNYDER, 139 South Broadway. 8-13 6m ONBY TO LOAN ON COUNTRY AND city property; lowest rates. W R.BURKE, notary public, 169 North Spring street.B-13 6m ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL ry. watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 S. Spring. TF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY, 1 no commission, at prevailing rates of inter est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 8. Main st. _J_ 8-1 If MONEY TO LOAN. oo^d us^ L Second St., loan money on good security at easonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If ,-ou wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 8-17 6m ONEY TO LOAN—A. R. FRASER AF: D. Lanterman. 139 8. Broadway. 8-17 6m ATTORNEYS. JAY E. HUNTER ATTORNEY -AT - LAW— Bryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone 528. 'ractiie In all the courts, state and federal. 7-1 tf ITTM. ALEX. RYAN, ATTORNEY AND VV Counsellor at I aw, rooms 1,2,3,115 West "irst street, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 179. 7-23 ly BEN GOODRICH, LAWYER, NO. 2 LAW building, 125 Temple street, near court- IOUBO. Telephone 108. 7-6 tf K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FUL . ton block, 207 New High street, Los An gles; 1-16 tf POLITICAL. JOHN L. O'BRYAN, ( ANDiDATK FOB COUNCILMAN NINTH WARD, übject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. p N. COCHRAN, CANDIDATE FO3 COUNCILMAN NINTH WARD, abject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention, 10-4 cod D^OJ3BATJ -C NOMINEES. Br^SiC/^ — "regular dkhocratic nominee for recorder. b. Scarborough, i regular democratic nominee for public administrator. H °' DILI ' ON ' | REGULAR j DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. .' R. C. GUIRADO, J REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE 9 FOR CORONBB. • J£ L. BIEWEKE, r REGULAR 1 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE v - FOR CONSTABLE. T '■ r. RICHARDSON, ' REGULAR 1 ) DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE I FOR CONSTABLE. L ■ j Q_ROVB 8. BARTHOLOMEW, ', REGULAR ) I DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY f NOMINEE FOR i TOWNSHIP JUSTICE. ; JAMES HANLEY, \ REGULAR 9 ' DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE | FOR SUPERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT. j jyj T. COLLINS, i REGULAR • DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR BUPEBVIBOR SECOND DISTRICT. ; Q.ENERAL JOHN R. MATHEWS, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR STATE SENATOR, I Thirty-seventh Senatorial District. • jyj P. SNYDER, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, Seventy-fifth Assembly District. JjTRANK G. FINLAYSON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINBB FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, Seventy-third Assembly District. jyjARTIN C. MARSH, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SHERIFF. yryILLIAM B. CULLEN, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY CLERK. QOL. E. E. HEWITT, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR. Jfi B. COLVER, REGULAR democratic nominee for auditor. republican nominees. Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY RECORDER, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. JABEZ BANBURY, egular Republican nominee for COUNTY TREASURER, Election Tuesday, November 9, 1892. JJOBT. N. BULLA, Republican nominee for ASSEMBLYMAN, 75TH DISTRICT, Election, November 8,1892. W. FRANOISOO, Regular Republican nominee for SUPERVISOR (Second Supervisorial District). Blection Tuesday, November 8,1892. QAP A. r. MACKKY, CANDIDATE roR MAYOE, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. H. WORKMAN, CANDIDATE FOR i MAYOR, Subject to tbe decision of the Democratic City Convention J H. DOCKWEILKR, CANDIDATE FOR CITY ENGINEER, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention- J A. KELLY, < A NDIDATK FOR CITY CLERK, Subject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. JAMES E. FRICK, CANDIDATE FOB SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS Subject to the decision of the Democrati City Convention. Tyy M. garland" Auditor Pacific Railway. Co. (cable), CANDIDATE FOB CITY AUDITOR, Subject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. jp R. WILLIS, CANDIDATE FOB CITY ATTORNEY, Subject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. JJDGH MULHOLLAND, CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMAN SECOND WARD, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. JOHN CHANSLOR, (Of Anderson & Chanslor), Candidate for COUNCILMAN-JOURTH WARD, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. QEORGR D. PE3SELL, < ANDIDATK FOR COUNCILMAN SIXTH WARD, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. J T. BEARDEN, CANDIDATE FOB COUNCILMAN SIXTH WARD, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. JJENRY BARTNING, CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMAN —SIXTH WARD, Subject to the decision o* the Democratic City Convention. •j£D. 8. IRVIN, CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMAN—NINTH WARD, Subject to the decision of the Democratic Primary. •yyiLLIAM CRAWFORD, CANDIDATE FOB CITY ATTORNEY, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. QHARLBB W. BEAMANsI CANDIDATE FOB COUNCILMAN (Second Ward), Subject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. T^jrr ALTER B. MOOReT' " ( Regular Republican nominee for STATE SENATOR, Thirty-seventh Senatorial District, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892 JOHN C. CLINE, " Regnlar Republican nominee for SHERIFF, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. rjTROWBRIDGE H. WARD, ' * Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY CLERK. Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. E. LOPEZ, * (Present City Auditor,) ■ Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY AUDITOR, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. PRANK M. KELSEY, " Regular Republican nominee for PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, Mection Tuesday. 1892.