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HAPPENINGS IN OTHER LANDS. A Fresh Sensation in the Cele- brated Deacou Case. Mrs. Deacon Abducts Her Eldest Child from a Convent. A Verdict for Damages Awarded Mrs. Leader in Her Suit Against Mrs. Smyth for Slander-For eign Flashes. By the Associated Press. Paris, Nov. 4. —Another great Benaa tion haa developed in the Deacon caae. Aa aoon aa the tribunal of the eeine de livered a decision dismissing Mrs. Dea con'a Buit for a divorce, and ordering that the eldest child, then in a convent, be delivered to Mr. Deacon, Mrs. Deacon hastened secretly to the convent, bent upon carrying off the child, thus defying the authority of the French court and baffling Mr. Deacon. The sympathies of the nuns of the convent and the peo ple of the neighborhood have been with Mrs. Deacon, who ie known to tbe latter as La Princess Ameri caine, and is much beloved for her kindness to the poor and suffering. When Mra. De?con arrived the news of the court's decision was unknown at tbe convent. Mrs. Deacon was admitted as usual. She had a carriage at the gate and seemed calm and serene as usual, evidently suppressing her emotions in order not to excite suspicion. She asked and obtained leave to take the elder of the children to ride, and, after kissing the ycunger tenderly, walked with the former to the carriage. At first she drove slowly, but increased the speed as the convent and the adjoining group of bouses disappeared from view. Mr. Deacon drove up to the convent shortly after hia wife had gone. He waa amazed and maddened when he learned the situation, but no more amazed than the lady superior was when she learned the strategy of Mrs. Deacon. Deacon at once appealed to the police, who vainly joined him in at tempting to overtake his wife. It seems impossible that Bbc could escape from France, aa the police everywhere have been warned to be on the lookout, and to arreet her and child wherever found. Deacon ia determined to get possession of tbe child. A VERDICT FOR MRS. LEADER. Damuiiea Awarded to the Plaintiff for Defamation of Character. London, Nov. 4. —The jury in the Leader Smith case returned a verdict for £500 damages to Mrs. Leader. The court was crowded, as usual, with an aristocratic throng, when counsel for Mrs. Leader finished argument. The sympathies of the audience were evi dently with Mrs. Leader, and the court was obliged to severely repress the man ifestations thereof. Justice Day summed up the case strong ly in favor of Mrs. Leader, saying if the case had been a crimiual one against Mrs. Leader he would have dismissed it without allowing it to go to the jury. The jury was out 25minutes, bringing in a verdict as above. The decision wae received with an outburst of applause. A large crowd outside cheered Mrs. Leader as she entered a cab and drove away. The damages awarded, together with the costs and expenses, amount to at least $7500. The Paris Fund Still Tied Up. London, Nov. 4. —Munroe & Co., bankers, of Paris, who have in their possession the money known as the Paris fund, belonging to the Irish Par liamentary party, have Tyritten a letter to Justin McCarthy, in which they say their counsel advises them that they cannot part with the money unless authorized to do so by the tribunal of tbe Seine. No compromise between the two sections of the Irish parliamentary party, regarding the disposition of the fund, they add, can free them from the reßponsibility. Months may elapse be fore the tribunal of the Seine gives a de cision in the matter. A Royal Funeral. Stuttgart, Nov. 4.—The funeral of the dowager queen of Wurtemburg, who died October 30th, took place today. In the processiou from the palace to the church Emperor William walked be eide King William of Wurtemburg. Court Chaplin Schmidt delivered the funeral oration, After the ceremonies King William of Wurtemburg and the relatives of the dead dowager descended into the vault where the remains were deposited. The French Campaign in Dahomey. Paris, Nov. 4. —Several newspapers here assert that the government tup presses part of the newß it receives from Dahomey. The sick list of the French force is heavy, owing to the prevalence of fever. Colonel Dodds will have to wait for reinforcements before he re sumes operations against the Da homeyans. FOREIGN FLASHES. The British war ship Howe, stranded at Ferrol, Spain, will be a total loss. The jury in the Merrier caße, at Que bec, returned a verdict of not guilty. A reduction of 5 per cent in the wages of 12,000 ship builders at Belfast has gone into effect. John Jones, the celebrated trainer of jumping horseß for the prince of Wales and others, died at Epsom today. Ou account of alleged cases of pleuro pneumonia in Canadian cattle, the Brit ish board of agriculture has issued an order for the slaughter of all Canadian cattle, wherever landed in Great Britain. During the past week eight firms, mostly in the grain trade, failed in St. Petersburg. Another large house, find ing the export of grain profitless in the face of American competition, has de cided to abandon business. Count yon Alvenseben, the German minister to Belgium ; Dr. yon Hassenap of the imperial treasury department, and Herr Harting, director of the Reichs bank, have been appointed delegates to the international monetary conference at Brussels, as the representatives of Germany. Falling Hair Produceß baldness. It is cheaper to buy a bottle of skooUum root hair grower than a wig; besides, wearing your own hair is more convenient. All druggists. Heng Lee's Closing-Out Sale. All kinds c silk and crepe silk dress patterns dressing gowns, shawls fancy screens, Chinese and Japanese curiosities, etc. Great reduction ln gentleman's furnishing goods and ladles' underwear. 505 North Main street, opposite postoffice, station C Buggy robes, horse blankets at Foy's old re liable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles St. CONTRABAND OPIUM. Another Big Seizure on the Steamer Oregon, San Francisco, Nov. 4.—The customs inspectors today made a second seizure of contraband opium on the steamer Oregon, 1000 five-tael tins of the drug being found concealed in barrels of salmon. The value of the opium seized on the steamer Wednesday and today aggregates $27,000. Orovillk, Cal., Nov. 4 —J. M. Magee, deputy internal revenue collector for this district, made a seizure here yester day of $1500 worth of opium. A china man WBS btinging the opium fromChico on a stage, and Mr. Magee got on board as a pasaenger. He saw that theCbina man tried to avoid him, so stopped tbe stage and searched his baggage, finding the opium. HALL-FITXSIMMONS. Bob Accepts the Crescent City Athletic Club's Offer. New York, Nov. 4, —Bob Fitzsimmons today played the Coney Island Athletic club and the Crescent Athletic club of New Orleans against each other for a fight between him and Jim Hall. The Crescent finally bid $40,000 and $1000 for Bob's signature. He hesitated, and then Coney Island bid $45,000. Bob de clined to fight lor the Coney Islanders and said he would accept the Crescent's offer. Then the Coney Islanders cabled Hall that Fitzsimmons had agreed to fight for $5000 less than he could have got. A PAIR OF SUICIDES. TWO BUSINESS MEN LAY LIFE'S BURDENS DOWN. A Prominent Real Estate Broker Takes a Fatal Draught of Laudanum, and a Lumber Merchant Cuts His Throat. San Francisco, Nov. 4.—The body of A. G. Greene, a well-known real estate dealer of this city, and who for some time represented the Coleman estate at Grass Valley, was found in a room at the Galindo hotel, Oakland, thiß morn ing. On a table was a flask of whisky and an empty laudanum bottle. A letter addressed to the coroner of Alameda county, stating that he com mitted suicide, and asking that his body be delivered to Albert Brown, an un dertaker, was also found. Greene ap peared cheerful when he retired last night, and the cause of the deed is un known. He lived in Alameda. Greene was a native of New York, 55 years old. He waa a prosperous cot ton merchant in New Orleans, about the outbreak of the civil war, enlisted on the confederate side and was commis sioned colonel in the first Mississippi cavalry, an-l was subsequently made adjutant general of the Fourth Louisiana brigade. Since his residence in Califor nia he enjoyed the esteem of many prominent business men, and for years past has been the confidential agent of a number of capitalists, including John and Edward Coleman, the millionaire owners of the Idaho mine at Graßß Val ley. He leaves relatives in New York, a eon in Nevada and a daughter in Alameda, William Kitrick committed suicide on Grant avenue, near the Ahlborn house, this morning, by cuitiSSlf his throat, Kitrick was a lurnbti merchant at Oro ville. The motive for the suicide is unknown. THE DEFENDANT HYPNOTIZED. A Sensational Criminal Case Tri.-d at San tit Kosa. Santa Rosa, Cal., Nov. 4. —The jury in the Livernash case, after being out over 30 hours, failed tojagree and were discharged. They stood eight for con viction and four for acquittal. Edward Livernash, a young newspaper editor formerly of Healdsburg, and son-in-law of Judge Overton, a wealthy resident of Sonoma county, waa arrested for the attempted murder October 29th, 1891, of Darius Ethridge of Cloverdale. Dur ing the trial which has jußt closed the testimony taken tended to show that Livernash displayed considerable men tal aberration at times, which raised a doubt as to his sanity. A feature of the trial was the u?e of hypnotism on the defendant and the taking of his testi mony while in an alleged trance. A Cholera Scare. A reporied outbreak of cholera a Hel metta, N. J., created much excitement in that vicinity. Investigation showed that the disease was not cholera but a violent dysentery, which ib almost as severe and dangerous as cholera. Mr. Walter Willard, a prominent mer chant of Jamesburg, two miles from Helmetta, sayß Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has given great satisfaction in the most se vere caseß of dysentery. It is certainly one of the best things ever made. For Bale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main, druggist. Pugilists Acquitted. Portland, Ore., Nov. 4. —The jury in the case of Billy Smith, Billy Maber, Jack Dempsey and others, indicted for engaging in a prize fight before the Pastime Athletic club of this city, Sep tember 20th, decided that the defend ants should be dismissed. Dandruff, This annoying Bcalp trouble, which gives the hair an untidy appearance, is cured by Bkookum root hair grower. All druggists. Ring up telephone 40 i lor John Wieland and Fredericksburg bottled beer. Kilt suits at Mullen, Bluett <fc Cos. CHANCES. WANTED— A P A RTN ErT^WITH~ ASM ILL capital for the biggest thing out. Address X T X, box 20, Herald. 11-5 3t ÜbINESS CHANCES—WE i'AV CASH FOR second-hand upright und s<,ui>re pianos. FISHER & BOYD PIANO CO., corner s-prlng and Franklin. 10-14 tf FOR SALE—A FIKHT-CLAMS FaMILY GRO cery store, centrally located; doing a splen did business; reasons lor sehing; a thorough investigation solicited; stock on Land will In voice about $2500. AddreES W. L. P., box 10 this office. 10 13 lm MEOIBMS, Ivl tations on busine»s, love, marriage, dis ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take University eieetric car to Forrester avenue, go we.t three block-* to Vine street, second house from corner of Vermont avenue, MMbT SIMMONS, CLAIRVOYANT AND magnetic healer. Past, present, future told. I also have the Egyptian charms. 23G14 Spring, 10-18 lm M~ISB NELLIE BARNES, OF BAN FRAN- Cisco, traucn test and bu«iness medium. South Bpring Btre. t. Sltlingß daily, SI, 9-30-lm LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1892. Brought back to health —sufferers from the worst forms of Skin and Scalp Diseases, Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, and all manner of blood-taints. It's done by Dr. Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery, -which purifies and enriches the blood, and through it cleanses and renews the whole sys tem. Even Lung-scrofula (known as Pulmonary Consumption) yields to it, if taken in time and given a fair trial. It's guaranteed to bene fit or cure, in every case, or money paid for it is refunded. Only a medicine that docs what is cjaimed for it, could bo sold on such terms. No other medicine, besides the "Discovery" has undertaken it. So positively certain is it in its curative effects as to warrant its makers in selling it, as they are do ing, through druggists, on trial/ It's especially potent in curing Tetter, Salt-rheum, Eczema, Erysip elas, Boils, Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Goitre, or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Glands, Tumors and Swellings. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under its benign influence. SPFjCIAL MOTICB.* rpHE HOUSE OF BISHOPS OF THE El'IS- X copal church haa issued a broad-minded and eloquent pastoral letter to the members ol that church. It will be read on Sunday morn ing Imm the pulpit of St. John's Episcopal church on Adams street. Churchmen specially invlttd. 11 5 It rjnHK NEW DRY DYEING AND CLEANING JL works, formerly located at 330 West Second street, was not burned out in the recent fire, as it had removed lo 308 West second street, four doors below the old stand, where the proprie tors will be pleased to see all their old patrons, 10-21 tf AF. *LOPER, HOUSE MOVEE. OFFICE • 112 Center Place. 9-8 tf OTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WaTEK Company will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a.m. aud 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 he turned o.r again. 817 if WANTED—HELP. PETTY, HUMM XL & CO., SUCCESSORS TO Petty & Hummel aud Maniu <fc Co., 207 West Second street, and 131 and 135 West First street, where all people wanting any kind of situations or help can be promptly aud satis factorily supplied. The largest agency west of the Mississippi river. Miscellaneous" depart ment at 207 West Second street. Tel. 40. Hotel work. 131-135 Wtst First St. Tel. 509. First c.ass household department in each office. ANTED-GIRL TO AS-laT IN GETTING meals for two and help at dressmaking. Must sleep at home. 240 South Spring street. 11-5 2t V' AM TED - A FIRST-CLASS GENERAL >V tailor. JOS. QUINLAN, the Tailor. Po mona. 11-3-tf Y\7 ANTr. D—MEN WITH TEAMS TO CON i' tract for hauling large quantities oi ore to GofTe station on the Atlantic aud FaciAo rail road distance, 25 miles; good road*, all down grade Call on or address O. B AMSDEN, of fice Needles Reduction Company, Needles, Cal. HJ_ 7t V\r ANTED—TEACHER, COUNTRY SCHOOL, TV Arizona; vecal and piano music 5 pupils: $10 and home; It/m-nths. L.a At i TEACHER--' AGENC V, S. Spring. VXTANTED—ALL NEEDING KELP FREE— TV Employment or any information, address E. NITffNGER'S BUREAU, established 1880. Office, Cl9Vi South spring street: residence, 451 South Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ange k-s, Cal. Telephone 113. 8-1 ti tf WANTED-SITUATIONS. "HT ANTED—BY A "mTdDLE-aIJf3~LADY 11 (refined and competenti a position as as sistant housekeeper iv tome first-class hotel. Address, stating salary, MRS. GORDON. 433 South Broadway. Los Angelas Cal. ' 1-5 3t WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. VI7 ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAP tt est place at BURNS'. 25ti South Main sr.. 1-27 tf in real estate. For" bale-4Troom' mill; good water; at 1022 W. Eleventh St. Apply 113 W. Third St. 10-18-tf Ti»OR SALE—SSOOO BL'YS A BRICK BLOCK X* on Second st,: 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy terms. See OWNER, room 78, Temple block. 11-3 tf FOR sALE-$4OO-HOUtVE~AND LOT COR iier Court and Patton streets: both streets graded. M. P. SNYDER, 130 couth Broadway. 913 tf |i"OR SALE—HOUSES FORbALE. MONTHLY J 1 payments. Allison Barlow, 227 West Sec ond st 9-11 tf ALE—COUNTRY PROPERTY. Ujjr n AN ACRE—FOR SALE, GOOD ALFALFA •PtJV .and c.ose in. Redlands orange groves, large and small. J. COLSTON, 209 South Broadway. 9 20 6m A 10 ACRE SULTANA VINEYARD; GOOD XX orange land; plenty of water. Only $1500. Enquire of ROSS & CLUTE, 136 Broad wsy. 10-9-lm MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—AN UPRIGHT AND A SQUARE piano, both in first class condition. FISH ER & BOYD PIANO CO., corner Spring and Franklin. 10-14 tf FI»OR SALfc—A TWO-WHEEL CART ~AND harness, in good condition: very cheap. Apply to MRS. TURNER, 2533Gleason avenue, Boyle Heights. lO li-tf XT'OR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QCANTI r ties to suit, at, thin office, FOR__RENT— HOUSES. F~" OR RENT—4 ROOM nlture for sale at a bargain. Apply at 1915 Bousallo avenue, near Washington street. 11-5-3t 1"1<0R RENT —FURNISHED HOUSkT~APPLY 1 323 Twenty-third street. 10-23 tf TJIOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE, FIVE X 1 rooms and bath; all modern improve ments, Inquire at residence, 204 East Fifth it., or 301 West First st. 10 24 sit t HORRENT.—HOUSES ALL OVER TllTcrTY" 1 0. A. Sumner & Co., 107 8. Broadway 4 12 FOR RENT--ROOMS. 1,-iOR RENT—FINE SlJNl^Y^RO^m^FUir- V nished. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Aliso and -,os Angeles streets 6-3 tf FOR EXCHANGE. IfOR EXCHANGE—A FINE NEW UPRIGHT V piano for a goed lot riot too far out. FISH JR & BOYD 11AN0 CO., corner Spring and <'r oklin. 10 14 tf STKAYED OK NTOLBN. fIAMK TO THE PLAi E OF THOS. LEAHY, Vj October l!Hh, co.ner Eighth and Alameda treets, one spotted cow. Owner can have same >y paving expenses 10-25 lot LOST AND FOUND. E^TOUND— B>M, THE "CHAMPION H?)RBE 1 clipper; Tally Ho stables, North Broadway. 10-20 lm ' BOARDING AND ROOMS* MOLUMBIA—NEWLY; FuTjNISHEdTToOMS. clean comfortable and heal-by, with or rlthout board; meals 25 cents. Old PostofHce mllding, near Blxth street. E. CUYAB, Pro prietor. 10-27 lm PERSONAL. WILL SOON BE here. Look at my violins. |2 each: b»n ios, fine make and tone, $7 each: 500 folios, 50 cents each, just received. FITZGERALD, (the Music Dealer), corner Spring and Franklin streets. 11-3-Hm 1)ROF STEARNS THB OLDEST ABTROLO ger In the stat», is at 355S South Spring street. 10-14 lm PhRbONAL - FIRST-CLASS MUBIO FUR nished fjr balls, parties, concerts, reception and picnics. K. C. KAMMERMEYKR. teacher of violin and mandolin, room 38, 324W South Spring street. Lot Angeles, Cal. 10-14 ly r)ERBONAL— COALINK REMOVES OIL. grease, pitch and tar from all articles; also an excellent thing for flea bites, polton oak, fiiles, etc. Try a bottle and be convinced of ts merits. W. E. BOGUS, 125 East Third street. 10-13 1 mo ERSONA I.—COFFEE, FRESH ROASTED ON our giant coffee roaster. Java ai d Mocha, 35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c; Peerless coffee, SOY; sug.'.rs, 16 lbs granulated, $1; 19 lbs brown, $1; 6 lbs rolled outs or wheat, 25c; 4 lbs best rice, 25c; 6 lbs savo or tapioca. 25c; 3 pkgs starch or cornstarch. 25c; can milk, 10c: 2 lbs corned beef, 15c: 5 lb« Japan tea, $1; can coal oil, 80c; best bacon, 15c; nork, 12c; brooms, liic: wooden palls. 15c. ECONOMIC STORES, HO5 South Spring street. ERSONAL—RALPHS BROS — GOLD BA~R 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, (1; eastern gasoline. 80c, and coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 16c; lard, 10 lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 50c. 601 South Spring street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf ERSONAL — IV. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER, room 13 Bryson-Bonebrake block. Pro bate and insolvency law a specialty. Advice free. 7-23 ly NCLE SAM'S WINE CELLARS AT B. FLEUR'S. wines aud liquors, 404-406 North bos Angeles street. 6-3 tf medical personals. pT^liTlTctic 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 suffering, and per haps your life. Circulars and the preparation can be obtained from all drugglßts. F. W. BRAUN & CO., distributing agents for South ern Call [ornla. 7-16 I FRENCH TANBY WAFERS—LADIES WILL ' find these wafers just what they need, and can be depended upon every time to give relief. Safe and sure. Send by matl, sealed securely. Price. 12 per box. Emerson Drug Co.. manu facturers San Jose, Cal., and for sale only by GODFREY £ MOORE, 108 S. Spring st„ and H. G. VOECKELL, corner Fifth and Main. ..... 3-20 cod 12m T A DIES—INFORMATION FREE TO ANY 1 j lady sufiering with leucorrhen or any form ot lemnle weakness or ulceration, whereby she can promptly regain her health. Address MRS. MARY HOWARD, box 912 Station C, Los An geles, Cal. 11-1 lm ARRIED LADIES—SEND 10 CENTS FOR '-Infallible Safeguard" (no medicine, uo deception;; just what you want. LADIES' BAZAR, Kansas City Mo. 7-8 6m educational. aVsclbooTl^rlhr^ street, between Grand avenue and Olive street, on electric and cable routes. Miss Par sons and Miss Deunen, principals, lately prin cipals of New York Avenue Institute, Brook lyn, N. Y. A thorough and attractive school. Prepares for college. Corps of twelve teachers in English studies, Latin, Greek, French, Ger man; music, piano, violin end voice; art, and physical culture. Special students admitted. Afternoon classes for ladles. 10-4 lm SUMMER SCHOOL AT THE WOODBVRY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 245 S. Spring st , Los Angeles. School in session all summer. Thorough training in the commercial and English branches, penmanship, Oiorlhand and telegra f>hy. Call or write for our new illustrated catal ogue. G. A. HOUGH, President, W. G. FELKER, Vice-President. 7-5 tf B. C. WILSON. Secretary. T OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE lj AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL, (Incorporated; 144 South Main st. Largest and best equipped business training school on the coast. Thorough and practical courses in the commercial, shorthand, type writing, telegraphy, assayiug, and all English branches. Large, able, and mature faculty of iustrm rors. Day a d evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Cail at college office, or write for elegant catalogue. E. R. sHRAuER, President; F. W. KELSEY,Vice-President; I. N. INSKKEP, secretary. 8-16 91 tf CHAS. H. MERRY—TEACHER OF MAN dolin, Italian method, 560 Hope street. 10-30 lm. AN WILL GIVE lessons at 50 cents a leston. Address MU SIC, Box 60, this office. 11-4 2w IfLOOUTION— hELSARTESYBTEm7~HELEN 'j MAR BENNETT, Seventh aud Main, Rob arts' block. 1018 lm CHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (INCOR porated), 137 South Main street (Chamber of Commerce). Commodious new studios. L. E. GARDEN-MACLEOD, principal. A sTBURY' SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING l\. and Business Institute. Take elevator by People's store, Phillips block. Send for < ata iogue. 10-1212 m kh. Nannie catching, teacher of Piano, Voice Culture, Guitar aud Banjo. ARUMOUR, Broadway and sixth st. 9-24 tf LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC aud Art; open all the year. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, president, 648 South Olive street. 8-14 ly AWILLHARTITZ, MUSICAL BTUDIOk, • room 37, California Ban* B'ld'g. 8-13 ly INDERG ARTEN TRAINING SCHOOL WILL reopen October stn. Address MRS. N. D. MATHEW, 676 W. Twenty-third street. 7-9 tf EACHERS' CLASS PI EPARING FOR county examination. Positions for govern esses and teachers. \VO% 8. Spring. 12-25 tf . I AL. PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY iv any amounts on all kinds of personal property and collateral security, on pianos with out removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, bl cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property of value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., ln warehouses; partial payments received, money without delay; private offices for consultation; will call if desired. W. E. DnGROOT, Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. Ix 4 8. Spring St., opposl c Nadeau hotel. 7-29 tf OANB, 7 AND 8 PER CENT. BRADSHAW BROB., 101 South Broadway. 8-16 6m 8. ROBINSON, LOANS; 7 PER CENT; • city and county property. 213 West First street. 8-13 3m MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY -VI amount. M. P. SNYDER, 139 South Broadway. 8-13 6m M" ONEY TO LOAN ON COUNTRY AND city property; lowest rates. W R.BURKE, notary public, 169 Ncnh Springs re.it.B 13 6m •\f ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWBL- I ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stook, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE B ROS, 402 8. Spring. IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY, no coniroisslon, at prevailing rates of inter est, see security Savings Bank, 148 8. Main st. 8-1 if MONEY T^>JbGAN^.^__^ v/ MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK, 426 South Main street. 10 26 tf IJOINDKXTER & LIST, BROKERS, 127 W, JL Second St.. loan money on good security at reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If yon wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 8-17 6m ONEY TO LOAN—A. R. FRASER AF: D. Lanterman. 139 a. Br ndwuy 8 17 6m BUILDERS. I'IuNRAD SOHERKR, GRANITE, Jjfl UMlN ousand asphalt paving. 237 w. First St. n-r tf PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEES. J. KERR, REGULAR PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN FIFTH WARD. 10-20 3t—lo-26 cod td RKPULICj»NJ)ITY NOMINEES. JJOBERT D. WADE, REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOB CITY LICENSE AND TAX COLLECTOR. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. J DB BARTH SHORB. REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY TREASURER, J_JENRY B. BELT, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR RECORDER. -yyr B. SCARBOROUGH, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE. FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR. JJ C. DILLON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, J-JR. B. C. QUIRADO, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CORONER. J£ L. SIEWEKE, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CONSTABLE. P. RICHARDSON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CONSTABLE. QROVE 8. BARTHOLOMEW, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE FOR TOWNSHIP JUSTICE. JAMES HANLEY, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SUPERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT. ]yj T. COLLINS, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR BUPESVISOR BECOND DISTRICT. QENERAL JOHN R. MATHEWS, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR STATE SENATOR, Thirty-seventh Senator'al District. yr P. SNYDER, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, Seventy-fifth Assembly District. RANK G. FINLAYSON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, Seventy-third Assembly District. jyjARTIN C. MARSH, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SHERIFF. . B. CULLEN, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY CLERK. QOL. E. E. HEWITT, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR. B. COLVER, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR AUDITOR. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. M. KKLSEY, Regular Republican nominee for PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. W. FBANUIsOOI Regular Republican nominee for SUPERVISOR (Second Supervisorial District). Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. ■pOBT. N. BULLA, Republican nominee for ASSEMBLYMAN, 75TH DISTRICT, Election, November 8,1892. BRAY, Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY RECORDER, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. ~~HSB2S**«OJHTT NOMINEES. regular: democratic nominbk fob mayor. John chanslor"; (of Anierson 4 Chat slor) REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN. , FOURTH WARD. rpHOMAS WEISS] REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN. SEVENTH WARD. JOHN BRINK, " REGULAR I DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR OITYLICaVSB AND TAX COLLECTOR J H. DOCK WEILER, ~ REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CITY ENGINEER. ORFILA, " " REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CITY CLERK. jy INNBS, — REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN EIGHTH WABD. j5 M. NICKELL, " REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN FIRST WARD. JOHN D. BCHIECK, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CITY AUDITOR. J~JRURY A. WATSON^ REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS. BILDERRAIN, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CITY ASSESSOR. A. WILSON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN THIRD WAHD. JOHN BBYBON, B>„ REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CITY TREASURER. QLARENCE A. MILLER. REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE i OR CITY ATTORNEY. J£ 8. IRVIN, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN NINTH WARD. QEORGE D. PEB3ELL, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN BIXTH WARD. JOHN T. GAFFEY, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN EIGHTH WARD. * ALTER b. MOORE, ' Regular Republican nominee for STATE SENATOR, Thirty-seventh Senatorial District, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892 JOHN C. CLINE, ' Regular Republican nominee for SHERIFF, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. ■■pROW BRIDGE H. WARD, Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY CLERK. Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. E. LOPEZ, IPresent City Auditor,) Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY AUDITOR, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. ja'bez'banbury, Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY TREASURER, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.