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STERN BROTHERS, ' 203 to 207 North Spring; Street. *- ' / '• As the season advances it becomes more evident that the people have "caught on" to the fact that no other house in this city has placed on sale such a large and magnificent line of ALL-WOOL DRESS GOODS Si AT FIFTY CENTS PER YARDS— As we have. Our increased trade proves this. Others, of course, have fifty-cent dress goods, but we are giving the people BETTER VALUES for 50 cents. The quality of goods sold by us at 50 cents a yard is being sold elsewhere for 65 cents. Our 50-cent Ladies' Bedford Cord Corset cannot be duplicated in the State of California. Quality and price are now telling the story. The people are ''onto" this proposition: " POPULAR GOODS AT POPULAR PRICES," OUR MOTTO. If you want to save money look around, and then come to us and make your purchases, which you certainly will do. Our "Mothers' Friend" Boys' Waist at 25c, 50c, 75c, 85c and $1.00 are in it just at present. We never miss a sale. Quality and price talk. Children's Cloaks, Jackets and Dresses. We are at present making a special effort in this depart ment, and have some of the most stylish things that are made in the market. be seen in order to be appreciated. Our $2 25 Children's Jackets are exquisite. Children's Dresses range from 50c to $4.so'each. Children's Cloaks from $2.25 to $20.00. No chestnuts, but' the very latest styles. Fur trimmings. In Children's Bonnets and Hats we are offering some of the best values on the Pacific Coast. Just think of it! We have them for 25c, 50c, 65c, 75c, $1.00 $1.25, $1.50, and up to $3.50 each. Make a particular note of this line. |M Have you seen our Ladies' and Misses' Skirts, from 50c up $25.00 each? A more complete line cannot be found in the city. CITY OF PAI^IS, 203 to 207 North Spring: Street. WHERE IT IS DRIFTING. "The Republican Party Becoming the Servant of Monopoly. No truer word has ever been spoken in regard to the tendencies of the two great parties of this country than the following sentence by Carl Schurz in his recent letter: "The more strongly the Republican party adheres to its leading principle and policy, the more corrupt it will be come and the more baneful in its influ ence as an agency of political demorali sation, while the Democratic party, the more strongly it clings to its leading principle, the stronger will it become morally and the healthier its influence upon our political life." The leading principle of the Repub lican party has come to be the highest possible tariif taxation that the people will put up with. As this tariff taxa tion builds up trusts and monopolies ut terly opposed to the interests of the peo ple, the party fostering these combina tions of greed and oppression must in evitably drift away from all sympathy with the people and fall under the dom ination of a grasping plutocracy. It cannot escape this tendency if it would, for it is not in human nature to resist the pressure of the enormous influences with which the Republican party sur rounds itself through its policy of farm ing out the taxing power to private cor porations aud individuals. Add to this the fact —which the fa mous "fat circular" so clearly demon strated four years ago—that the party which deals out public wealth to private parties will naturally look to those pri vate parties for money to carry elections, in order to continue its policy of govern ment favoritism, and one easily sees why the Republican party must grow more and more corrupt, must become more and more the tool of its tariff ben eficiaries. That this once great party has become the obedient servant of those bene ficiaries is a fact which any voter can prove for himself. It requires no process of difficult reasoning. Let any one take a copy of the hearings before McKin ley's committee and compare the duties there asked for by the manufucturers with those actually incorporated into the McKinley law, and he will see with his own eyes the proof of this corrupt allegiance between t he Republican party and its pets and favorites. He will see :hat the so called lawmakers of that party in the Fifty-first congress aban doned their functions as legislators and turned them over to those favorites. Is not this corruption of the most fla grant and wide reaching kind? Can liberty and freedom survive in a coun try where equal justice is thus bartered for political gain by a party which ex ists solely upon the good will and finan cial support of its powerful favorites? But the Democratic party, with its creed of equal rights to all and favor itism to none, easily escapes the cor rupting influences which are dragging tho Republican party to its death. In looking to the interests of the consumer as the main concern of the legislator it acts for the best interests of the whole people, and it keeps itself in sympathy with them, for the consumers of this country are jfcfee. whole peoples, asd in LOS ANGELES HERALD; TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1892. refusing to use legislative power to pio mote the schemes of private parties at public expense it exposes itself to no entangling alliances with plutocracy and falls under no subservience to it. The Democratic party must live and grow; the Republican party will decay and die. The Case in a Nutshell. It is probably true that if every busi ness man in a city waa required to pay a tax of one dollar annually, to be put in the pockets of some large manufac turer employing a considerable number of men, it might add something to the general prosperity of the city, provided the subsidized manufacturer should ex pend the contribution in advancing the wages of his workmen or in expanding his business, but the benefits realized would be 60 slight as well as precarious, and the scheme is so inherently im proper, that the experiment would be unsatisfactory. Robbery is none the less objectionable even though the whole people receive an equal share of the booty. Every honest community should protest against such an iniquitous system; and the policy of "addition, division and silence," while it may be acceptable to Republicans in Pennsyl vania, will not be adopted by honest men elsewhere.—Senator Hill at Buffalo. High Tariff Wages. "In Rockville, Conn., there are," says the New York Press, "several worsted mills where men receive ten dollars a week; women. $6.50, and girls, $5.50 a week." As this is from a high tariff paper, and is advanced as a proof of the beneficent effects of the McKinley law, it may be taken for granted that the wages quoted are the highest. What do the American people think of paying two prices for everything they wear in order that skilled workmen may draw the munificent stipend of ten dollars a week, about the same wage as that of the lowest paid laborer in the unpro tected mills in Minneapolis? Do they believe from this exhibit that the tariff tax levied on them is divided with the workingman in wages, or must they echo the regret of Candidate Harrison, "that all employers are not consider ate?"— Minneapolis Tribune. Even Pennsylvania Seems Weary. The president of the great Midvale Steel works, one of the largest in the country, has been converted to the doc trine of free raw material. This is Mr. Charles J. Harrah, of Philadelphia, a lifelong and active Republican. Mr. Harrah believes that if the duty .on iron ore and pig metal was repealed, with in dustry and commerce unshackled to that extent, Americans would be able to "meet the Englishman everywhere he shows his face and beat him out of the field—and we can do it every time." Of course we can, with our unbounded re sources, our skilled and inventive me chanics, and our liberal aud farsighted capitalists.—Pittsburg Post. Mlles's Nerve and Liver Fills. Aot on a nevr principle—regaiatlng the liver stomaoh and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Mlles's Pills speedily onr olliotisness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, co i sttpetloß. Unequalled for men, women, o:i dran. Smallest, mildest, snrest I 50 doses, t cents. Samples tree, at C. H. Hance. Use uerman Family soap. Oar Mothers' Friend Boys' Waists, At 25c, 50c, 75c, 85c and $1.00 are in it just at present. We never miss a sale. Quality and price talk. NOW, PLEASE REMEMBER that every article in every department has our particular attention, and we have deter mined that no house in Los Angeles can or will undersell us. We mean business, and will do it in a straightforward, honest and legitimate manner. ' No misrepresentations allowed in our house. All treated in a polite and courteous manner. Goods shown with pleasure. We are attending to our own affairs, and are not guessing or speculating upon anybody else's business. DR. E. C, WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT, a specific for Hysteria, Dizzi ness, Fits, Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Pros tration caused by alcohol or tobacco, Wakeful ness, Mental Depression, Softening of Brain, causing insanity, misery, decay, death. Prema ture Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power in either Bex, Impotency, Leucorrhcea and all Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Losses, Sper matorrhoea caused by over-exerllon of brain, Self-abuse, Over-indulgence. A month's treat ment 11, 6 for $5, by mail We guarantee six boreß to cure. Each order for 6 boxes, with *», will send written guarantee to refund if not cured. Guarantees issued only by H. M. SALE & SON, druggists, sole agents, $20 S. Spring street, Los Angeles. CaL ~~">fSrx JAPANESE s£W CURE A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of Suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also in Box and Pills; a Positive Cure for External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary Plies. This remedy has never been known to fail. |1 per box, 6 for ?5; sent by mall. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written guarantee is positively given with 6 boxes. To refund the money II not cured. Send stamp for free sample. Guar antee issued by C. F. HEINZEMAN, druggist, soleavent. 222 N. Main Btreet, Los Aneeles. Cal. —Established 1886. r\D PMIIMQ OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN, Lift, bULL I With the Los Angeles Optical Institute, 125 Sonth bpring street, Los Angeles Eyes examined frea Artiflciai eyes inserted. Lenses ground to order on premises. Occulists' prescriptions correctly Alien. 6 8 6m DRUNKENNESS Or the Liquor Habit sPottitively Cured by n<(v.itmM> i H.£ i>r. Haine*.' 4* olden Afpeetflie. It can be given in a cup or coffee or tea, or in food. Without the knowledge of the patient. It is absolutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and speedy ?ure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or m alcoholic wreck. It his been given in thousands pf CQB6B, and in every instance a perfect cure has i'ol lowed, it never Falla. I'ftat /stem once impregnated with the Specific, it becomes an ..iter impossibility for the liquor appetite to exist. UOI,I>EN M'HIHI *o . Prop're, rinetnnall, O. 48-page book of particulars free. To be had of F. W. BRAUN &, C 0.,/ Druggists, H. GRRMAIN t Los Angeles, Gal; THEGO«TLEIt4N«FrIOu. AM r^J^ Oar PKBFECTIOJI STRINGS ffe« irlta «tctt bottle, Is CLEAN. Docs not STAIN. PREVENTS STRICTURE, Cares (; ONORRHC2A and GLEET la Onb to Poua dajs, A QUICK CXtßg for LEUCORimoSAor WHITE 3. fioldbyall nUITQOISTS. K<;nt to an. A<l.'rfi.fl fcr 21.00. UALYLIOIt UANUFACIURItiQ LO.. LANCASTER, OFT H. N. Bile & Son, agents, 20 S. Main st. * * acme: * * Dental m% Parlors, 226 S. Spring Bt., Los Angeles. ( Between Second and Third.) All work warranted. Charges reasonable. Gas eiven. Open evenings. 9-283mdw A. D. OI.KAVEB, D. D. 3., Mer. Kerckhoff-Cuzner MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WHOLESALE AND BETAIL Main Office: LOS ANtiELKB. Wholesale Yard at BAN PEDRO. Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda, Azusa, Burbank. Planing Mills—Los Angeles and. Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order. Weak Men ana Women OnOCLD USE HAniAKA BITTEKn, the Great Mexican Remedy; gives HeultL aud Strength to the Sexual Organs. FOOS GAS ENGINES ROR^ They cost lees to operate than any other pow er. First-class satisfaction. Call and see en gine operate, or write for circular. 8. W. LUITWEILER, 200 N. Los Aneeles St., Los Angeles. 8-4 3m d w ASK YOUR GROCER FOR [/} I ra B T r i r/> £ THEVEBYBESTANDGHEAreST [t] FLOUR ra INDEPENDENT UNDERTAKERS. & CO., 536 South Spring Street, Will open their new undertaking parlors about October 25th. CH EAP Dinner, Tea sToilet Services Plates and bowls for the million. Haviland China, Amateurs' Supplies STAFFORDSHIRE" CROCKERY CO, 8-27 417 South Spring street 6mo KINGSLEY & BARNES, ART:-: PRINTERS, COPPER-PLATE PRINTING, WEDDING INVITATIONS, VISITING CARDS, ETC. 21 x New High St, Fulton Bl'k, Near Franklin St., ground floor. Tel. 417, 8 -10-6 m c. f. heinzeman; Druggist & Chemist, 222 N. Matin St., Los Angeles. Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night. m 22 tf aOUR AIM ISfc To Continue to Do the Business of the City. Our uniform low prices and the quality of our goods will guarantee the trade. All our prices are marked in plain figures. NO JUGGLING I NO DECEPTION ! NO HUMBUG ! While in our store look at our House Furnishing Goods. You will open your eyes wide with surprise and satisfaction. Curtains, special patterns not to be found elsewhere. Por tiers, perfect gems. Blankets in all colors, qualities and sizes. Our prices will sell the goods every time. This coming week will be one of great activity in our estab lishment. Do not fail to call. TROY LAUNDRY CO., Main Office, 135 West First Street. Works, 715,717 and 719 North Main Street. Special rates for family washing. See our hold-over price list. We make a specialty of Woolens and Silks, Blankets and Lace Curtains. Men's Clothing cleaned. telephone: iosi. Steam Heater, 413NorthMain St., Los Auril Fred. A. Salisbury DEALER IN WOOD, COAL, HAY, URAIN AND CHARCOAL AND THE OELEBRATED CALEDONIAN COAL, ALSO WELLINGTON OOAL. No. 345 South Spring Street. Tel. 226. OTP TVTp SIGNS! SIGNS! II I % I MR. WM. M KRGELL, late of Omaha, Neb., I I ~W~ I %l Is now located with ►JIUI 1 O G. STROMEE, ! ro= Bl For rapid work, low prices and modern styles, a share ot your patronage If soUolted. Card Signs, Muslin Signs. Wire Signs, Brass Signs, Signs of every description. Political work done at short notice at reasonable rates.