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FBI DAY DEC. 80, 1881.
Ber aid Steam Printing House. ran taellltlas of tbs Hshald steam priming House for doing job work are not surpassed In California outside ol Ban franolaoo aud Sacramento. All work en trusted to us will ba executed with neat ness and dlapatob at the lnwsat living rates. MVKl'iAl. NOTiutt. Hsraalter notloea of oouipaulos, socie ties, ebarohss, eto., will only bs Inserted s tbe HXRALO as paid advertisements, Ws reserve, tor Places of Worship, a grat is directory, wbiob will appear every Sunday morning. Thus far in operating the now Southern route there have been very frequent and vexatious stop pages. These have been caused in nearly every instance by the de tentions on tbe Atohlsoa, Topeka and Santa Fd road. The heavy grades of tbat portion of tbe route have rendered It exceedingly diffl oult for the trains to make tbe con nections laid down In the sched ules. In a little while, doubtless, matters will run more smoothly. Thsbe Is evidently a first-class vendetta under way In Tombstone, the second chapter of which was enacted night before last, City Marshal Earp being the victim. Tbe cow-boys are bent on ven geance for tbe slaughter of tbeir eempafieros a few weeks ago. The attempt to assassinate Mayor Clum, tbe other day, followed up by this last shooting, shows tbat determined men with a purpose bave taken the matter in hand. Tombstone will suffer muoh by this era of lawlessness. Hlowly but surely a very con siderable raisin production is grow ing up In Southern California. It Is an open queetlon as to wbioh makes tbe most money, tbe vlne yardlst wbo devotes his grapes to the wine preee or be who prefers tbe raisin box. Both forms of pro duction are quite remunerative. Orange and Westminster, in Los Angelea eeunty, and Blverside, In San Bernardino county, are Ibe headquarters of tbe raisin indus try, although Pasadena will soon be heard from also. Tbe Los An gelas raisin is really not surpassed In the world. That Guiteau is a great hypo crite and liar cannot well be doubted after his declaration that. If be were acquitted, be would not be afraid to walk through tbe streets of our principal cities. From tbe way in which the wretch has been described as cow ering when going from tbe prison Tan to tbe court-room it is quite evident tbat be lacks anything re sembling pluck. Whatever Gui teau may think, however, be would And bis pilgrimages tbrough New York, Philadelphia and Balti more a very unhealthy experience. Should the aasasiin be turned loose amongst the people be would live just to long as be was sur rounded by armed guards, and not a moment longer. We doubt if even they would avail to protect bim even momentarily. IK the last number of Pueh which has reached Los Angeles there ia an exceedingly clever car toon In which Arthur and bis Cabinet, clad In the costume of the Boman Csessr's time, are seated in an observeot attitude, with Blame In tbe foreground, draped in the toga,, with a carpet bag in his hand labeled "Republican nomi nation 1884," and a stove-pipe on bis head, with tbe greeting below, "I go but I return." Tbe stal warts may as well, first as last, fees tbe fact that Blame is prepar ing to play bis band in Ibe next Presidential election witb even mare tban tbe skill which charac terized bim in 1876 and 1830. While It seems to be his fate to enaot the role of a sort of Presi dential Tantalus, he Is nevertheless always able to play hob with tbe plans of his rivals. "1 go but I re tarn," may well ring in the ears of tbe Grsnt-Coukling crowd as a menace of their certain defeat in MM. Every one remembers the dis gusting pruriency of tbe details which were telegraphed from Gen. GarOeld's sick room. Their weari some repetition and gross charac ter made a very wretched back ground for the picture of tbe dying statesman. Whatever exouse may have existed for these people un der the high wrought excitement of those melancholy mid-Hummer days, there is no earthly necessity for keeping up the business. In tbe last number of the Century magaalne appears an article on tbe dead President, written by a Mr. Bmallry, in wbiob, amongst otber grave things of similar importance, we are informed tbat President Garfield liked to bave bis "clothes It bim easy," and delighted in soft, wide-brimmed felt hats. Tbis conscientious biographer migbt have added tbat, when the Gen eral's corns and bunions grew to enormous slse, and aggravated Mat beyond enduranoe, he usually had reoourse to a chiropodist. Tbe carious thing is that men wbo write this hind of twaddle think they are amusing tbe public and exalting their hero. Prince Leopold, tbe other day, in a publio speech, called attention to tbe fact tbat bis mother bad al ready ruled England for forty-four years. Her reign, indeed, prom ises to be a remarkable one ia mauy respects. The old lady seems to be notably healthy, and the nearly half century of her reign may well stretch eat to sixty-four, if, iuieed, King oraft be uot a tbing of tbe past by the beginning of the twentieth oentury. There oau be little doubt tbat Victoria's admirable character has had much to do with postponing Bepublicsn agitation in Engiautt. Had her son, who takes a pride iv being known as the "Prlnoe of Swells," been on tbe throne during the past ten years, the demonstrations of Bradlaugh, and the hundreds of tbousauds wbo sympathize with him, would have, been much more Btormy than they have been. Vic toria in England und William in Germany have done more, by tbeir personal virtues, to arrest revolu tionary ideas in those empires than any other dozen causes com bined. Tbe throne cannot profit much longer by tbe presence of William therein, as be haa already exceeded, by almost a score, tbe tbree score years and ten allotted to man by tbe Psalmist; but, with Victoria, the case is different. Like George 111., she will live un til the Heir Apparent will begin to doubt whether be will ever feel tbe crown pressing on bis brow. It seems just a little singular tbat if Judge Cox now recognizes tbe desirability of placing Guiteau in the prisoner's dock he did not reach that conclusion earlier. If it is right to do it now it could have been done with equal propri ety then, and tbe trial might thus bave run In a groove of something like deoercy. Tbere are of course various ways of looking at the Judge's conduct. His friends say that, by giving Guiteau all tbe rope be asked for, tbe cause of jus tice would be best subserved, as it Is very unlikely that, after an un limited indulgence of all the pris oner's whims, be will be able to get a new trial. There is some force in tbis view of the matter, and tbere oan bo . c doubt tbat Guiteau has, by bis ugly and re pulsive antics, luoreased tbe chances of bis conviction But if tbe rule was a good one at the be ginning and nearly to tbe end of the trial, why not have kept it up? Indeed, tbe patienoe not only of the Court but of the proseontlng offi cers of the government has been a thing to marvel at. The prisoner's Insolence in bis method of ad dressing District Attorney Cork hill and Judge Porter is something simply without precedent. Gui teau, from the first, bas overdone bis dramatic business. He bas shown up his own character in such a repulsive light that tbe uni versal hatred and contempt towards bim have been intensified and, doubtless, tbe jury are affect ed precisely as tbe outside publio bave been. A shudder pervades the entire country at tbe thought that this miscreant may bo tried a second time. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. , (Mpecial to tho Hkiuld by tbe Western Union Telegraph Company. 1 PACIFIC COAST. STOCK BKPOKT. SAN FRANCISCO STOCK ANl> BX. • 'KANUK BOARD. HOBNINO HRBSIOn iSjls Psanoisoo, Dec. 29. 190 Ophlr, b% 50 Confidence. 2.80 175 Mexican. »», 50 Bullion, 1.J5 IUOU4C, 8.75 70 Exchequer, 85c 168&8,7% 3(0 Overman, 1.10, lei Gala, hoc, 25 1.4S 180 Con Va, 1.05 60 Justice, 85c 170 Cbollar, 1.15 ISM Onion. Its, 18H, 180 Potoal, MO 13%, 13* 830 H AN, 180,1.65 150 Alta, 1.05 670Crewn Point,l, 650 Julia, 100 1.06,1.10 25 Ward, 3.60 233 Jacket, UK, 3.30 B0 Andes, 60c 450 Belcber, 1.80,1.85 220Hcorplun. 1.15 40 Alpha, 2.60 '125 Benton, 70c 6008 Nevada, 9J4 200GOate,2 OPEN BOARD-4.15 P. It. Gould A Curry. 4 b; Alta, 4.06 b; Sierra Nevada, 9Xb.9J4a; Ophlr, 6% b, 8 a, bVL s: Ui,lon, 18M b, IS»4 a; Potoal, 1.46b; Chollar, 116 b; Mexican, v a; Jacket, 3.40 b, 3.15 a; Justice. 65c b; Overman, 1.65 b* Mexican,tt)4 b,t»< a; Albion, 1.96 b; Ex chequer, II a, $1 b, 950 b; Eureka, 11U b* GAC,4s; Alta, 4.10 b; Overman, 1.60 a; Kelcber, 1.90 a; uavaeo, 2 b; Andes, 800 b* Utah, 6b; Albion, 1.95 b; Ophlr, b% b, 6% a. Fresno, Cel., Deo. 29.—The fol lowing is tbe list or passengers for tbe South and East on tbe train which passed this place at 6 p. m. : Geo A Docklander, Denver; J W Whltlatoh, New York; Miss Kelly, Portland, Oregon; Mrs W B Park er and family, Mrs J H White, child and nurse, GP Thurston, H VV Sander, A Stillman, Mr Eld ridge, MKoshlaad, I W Goldman, E H Cox, T A E Brady, G A Swazey, Mrs J B Stevens, Miss Judson Stevens, Ban Francisco: I J McNair, G W Wilson. Lakeport: W H Still well, Presoott; A T Jones and wife, V A Gregg, Tombstone; L G Berry, J B Dayton, Mr Met gaff, Oakland; Chas Kreshan and wife, Arlzma; J W Gardner, wife and daughter, Santa Ana; Mr Go oand and wife, Michigan; TS Bug bee and family, Texas; J H Cbam blon, John Caiien, Los Angeles; E W Tyler, Jr, Alameda; FCStokes, Deming; E r Hardy, Bisbee. ri.rev Not ssaiuasijr Hien. San Francisco, Den. 29th.— Edwin Booth telegraphs from Boston to Mrs. Plercy, of tbis oily, (mother of Samuel W. Plercy, the young California aotor) tbat tbe reports oonoerning bis serious ill ness are greatly exaggerated. Pleroy Is not dangerously ill, bat unable to play at present. aarvey oi Alaska. Han Francisoo, Deo. 20th.—A special meeting wee held to-day by the Chamber of Commerce relative to Ihe survey of the Alaskan ooast. Tne meeting was addressed by Prof. Osorge Davidson of the the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, who bad visited Alaska several times, and who stated that a survey of tbe region would be of great commercial Im portance to the Paottio Coast. The Chamber of Commerce unani mously adopted resolutions asking Congress to make a sufficient ap propriation to continue and com plete tbe survey of Alaska with reference to Its varied resources. PaelUc Canes Harbor Dsfseeae. San Francisoo, Deo. 29th.—At the special meeting of tbe Cham ber of Commerce to-day a letter was read from Senator Miller lv reply to a communication aent to bim by tbe Chamber respecting the insufficiency of the harbor de fences ou the Pacific Coast. Sena tor Miller aald in his letter tbat tbe matter of harbor defences on this ooast should receive bis early and earnest attention and hearty support. Lawlessness "t Teasbssoas—rjeadi. Tombstone, Deo. 29th.—The condition of United States Deputy Marshal Earp la critical. Tbe sur geons this afternoon took out the fractured bone In tbe arm above tbe elbow. Tbe shot that pene trated the back above tbo left hip, passed through the body and lodged near the potnt of tbe hip bone, above the groin. The Doctor say a tbere are four obanoee ia five that he will die. The local author ities are doing nothing to capture the assassins so far as la known. A telegram has been sent to.United States Marshal Dake, at Prescott, of tbe state of affair* here. Judge Spicer, Marshall Williams, Wyatt Earp, Biokabaugh and others are in momentary danger of assassina tion. This morning a orank named Bellly started down Allen street with a Winchester rifle In bis hands, which oaused great excite ment. Tbe officers arreeted him without damage. Tbe same man tried to jump down tbe Flora Mor rison shaft a week ago, but was prevented by men in tbe mine. His condition is said to be tbe ef fect of bard drink. EASTERN. Qnlioau la *ta laitnHirloai Hoed. Waskinqton, Deo. 29.—0n tbe convening of tbe Court this after noon Guiteau opened tbe proceed ings with a request for a pen and ink. "If your Honor please," be remarked, "I bave a good many letters here tbat require to be an swered. If I could have paper, pen and ink I would put in a great deal of time to advantage." The throng that besieged tbe doors of tbe court-room this after noon was greater than upon any previous occasion, and hundreds were unable to gain admission. The tjMsinua-tianaitneli case. Washinoton, Dec. 29th,—The Star says: Tbe general sentiment of tbe House Committee on Elec tions In regard to tbe Cannon- Campbell case, from Utah, is tbat neither of them lg entitled to a seat in tbe House, The committee will first enquire Into tbe subject of whether Cannon is or Ie uot an alien. Tbe final decision will, however, In all probability bs that tbe whoie matter will he referred back to tbe people of Utah for a new election. entente,, Tlll.s Bnttorr. Washinoton, Deo. 28tb.— The Secretary of the Interior declined to re-open the land scrip cases wbioh affect the title to land In and near Chicago. Vaaeanver aiseaal niaeaaalaasd. Washinoton, Dec. 29 —Orders are about lo issue from the War Department lo discontinue the ar senal at Vanceuvei's, Washington Territory, and to turn the building over for tbe use of the troops. visual Cerrusoar. Washington, Dec. 29 — Cheng Tsau, the new Chinese Minister, acoompanled by Bartlett, bis American Secretary of ' Legation and interpreter, oilled at the State Department tbis afternoon and paid to the Acting Secretary of State tbe customary visit of cere mony whioh precedes the formal presentation to tbe President. Will Bun lvi Sotwaii, NkwYobk, Dec. £t)tb.—A spe cial from Washington says: It Is reported tbat Representative Geo. W. Jones, of Texas, has determ ined within a few days past to make a canvass in Texas as the oandidaie for Governor of the In dependents. Jones has had tbe subject under consideration for some time, but it is only since he has been bere In attendance on Congress that be bas finally made up bis mind. n,r*«wt'i Apsmlainaeus Certain— Rf-miiVNl uf Burciiard. New York, Deo. 29th.— The Ad veriiaer'i Washington special says: The best Informed politicians bere no longer entertain any doubt as to tbe appointment of Sargent to tbe Interior Department. A gen tleman who enjoys the President's confidence cays he knowa tbe mat ter Is praotloally settled and tbat Sargent will succeed Secretary Klrkwood next mouth. Psge bas not suspended bis ef forts to get Director of the Mint Burchard ousted and he has enlist ed the suppert of other Congress men in tbe fight. Those opposed to Burchard profess to believe that a change will be made before many months bave passed, and tbat some one will be appointed wbo ia more in sympathy with the East on the silver question. r>(iaOaisia>, New York, Deo. 29th.—Con gressman Pags and wife arrived from Washington last evening. When asked by a reporter what he thought about ths formation of tbe House committees generally, he replied: "Well, mistakes were made, but I think on the whole Kslfsr has done very well." Speaking about tbe appointment of Sargent as Seoretary of the In terior, Page said: "Every reputa ble Republican In the West favors Sargent for tbe position. loannot understand wby anyone should raise a howl against bim." He was next asked if be thought Congress would take any action re garding Chinese immigration dur ing the present session. He re plied: "I have no doubt of tbaf. Some measure will probably be passed to restrict Chinese Immi gration In aooordanoe with the treaty agreed upon about a year ago between China and tbe United States. ■easy Haa Mtoebe. New York, Deo. 29th.—Silver bars, 112}; money, 8 to li; govern ments irregular; stocks irregular; W. U, 79; quicksilver, 12J; Paolflc, 41; Mariposa, 4; Wells, Fargo, 130; New York Central, 1314; Erie, 41}; Panama, 117J; Union Pacific, 1164; bonds, 117; Central Pacific, 91|; bonds, 1154; Sutro, 1; Mineral Creek, 6. a UrrrK„ii |,ejg—BaaveesM's naaae.s Chicago, Deo. 20.—The Evening Journal's Washington special says: Tbe President,Vice-President, Sec retary of tbe Treasury, Poitmaater- General and tbe new Judge of the Supreme Court are all wldewers. Tbe indications are that ex-Sena tor Sargeut, of California, will be nominated for the Cahinet, There will be deoided opposition to bis confirmation, on the ground that tbe stalwarts are getting too much. Brutal Hilar,.,.il II ..>».,1 Shbeteport, La., Deo. 29.—C01. L. M. Bell, a planter dwelling near Hamburg, Ark , near the Arkan sas Hue, is said to have so brutally beaten and abused hla wife, au in telligent and refined lady, tbat she died on Monday and was buried by ber friends. This cruel deed bo ex oited tbe neighborhood that a moo was organized Tuesday night, who took Bell from bis home and hanged bim to a tree, where his body was found suspended yester day morning. FOREIGN. asii-Jev Kind HI WM,S^W. St. Petersburg), Deo. 29.—The rioting at Warsaw lasted three days, during which time many Jews were killed am! injured, their bouses and shops wrecked and the Jewish quarters given over to sack. The attitude of the authori ties to restrain the mob is doubt ful. Dr. Crver the Vieiur. London, Deo, 29th.—The pigeon shooting match for £100 a side, one hundred pigeonß eaob, came off to-day between Dr. Carver and Graham, resulting iv tbe defeat of the latter. Carver sbot at 30 yards rise and Graham at 28 yards. Dr. Carver hit 76 birds, Orabam 64 birds. She Had Him. [Texas Sittings.l Last week a strapping negro wo man was up before an Austin Jus tloe, charged with unmercifully beating ber boy, a saddle*colored Imp. "I don't understand bow you oould bave the heart to beat your own child so cruelly." "Jedge, bas you been a parent of a wuffles yallar boy like dat ar cub of mine ?" "Never I" ejaoulated the Judge, with great vehemence, getting red in the face, "Den don't talk." NEW TO-DAY. FOR SALE. A HORSE AND PHiETON; horse safe for lady to drive and phaeton in good order, with rig complete ror driving. Apply to C. C. CONNOLLY, northwest corner of Temple and Fort sta. d3O-lw FOE SALE. An Imported Pcotch COLLET BITCH; la a splendid herder and thoroughly trained. Inquire lor H. STUART, Grand Central Hotel, TO-DAY. QR AND BALL OIVEN BY THE Turnverein Cermania On New Year's Eve, Saturday, December 31st, 1881. SaT MUSIC FURNISHED BY WANQEMAN'S BAND. A. Fine Supper Will be served by the well-known ca terer, H. SCHUMACHER, at 50 0. No pains have bees spared to make thia ball the great festival of the season. admittance, 91.00. ladies free. Members of the Turnverein entitled to free admission. d22td _ STOMACH #■> sitters In Hosts of Families Hostetter's Btomsch Blttsrs Is as much regarded as a household neceaslty aa su gar or ooflVe. Tbe reaaon of thia Is that yeara or experience have proved It to be perfectly reliable In those cases of emer gency where a prompt and convenient remedy ls> demanded. Constipation, liver complaint, dyspepsia, indigestion and otber troublea are overcome by It. SWFor sale by all Druggists and Deal ers generally. FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly tarnishes, TO-LET, SINGLE OS EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one blook from Poatomoe. fUltf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SHARP, BLOESER & ULLMAN, IMPORTERS and dealers in Carpets and Furniture AND Practical Upholsterers and Decorators, OaTWti bave just receiver) large consignments of all olasaea and grades of goods iv our line. Our CARPETS bave been selected with great care. Uur FURNITURE is all of the best make and workman ship. We also carry a Urge line of PARLOR and ODD CHAIR FRAMES, which we upholster to order. Buy* Lambrequins, Window Cornices, Fancy Shades, and all kinds of Unique and Rich Upholstering a Specialty, BaafCarpeta, Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Furniture and Bedding at Bed-Rook Prioes Call and examine aud get our prices. 134 Main Street, Los Angeles, Bfl7-Oppoßite old stand. d2O-lm BJaTP. O. box 796 QUINCY HALL, THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE Outside of San Francisco, will sell their immense stock of Custom Made Clothing SO Per Oent. Cheaper than any of their Competitors. Tills Great Holiday Prices Reduction Sale will commence Monday, Deoember 19tb, when Extraordinary Bargains can be bad In Fine Dress Suits, Business Suits, Overcoats, Boys' Suits, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes, at Hi« HARRIS'S^ QUINCY HALL, Downey Block, 65 Main St., Opp. Commercial. WN Trouble to Show Goods.-%# d2O-lni Spay pauliU WE GIVE NO CREDIT, consequently we need not swindle an honest, paying customer because we bave trusted a dishonest one. We do not take advantage of your ignorance of price or quality of goods, but place all buyers upon an equal level by marking our gootts in Plaits Fifrnree) and having but Ono Price to all. That enables the customer to see the price us well aa the salesman Credit and obarge may be an accommodttion, but It costs you dearly at the end Bear in mind tbat he that gives you this costly accommodation will mak« ynu pay dear therefor. As a proof you notice that lis grows rich ami opuleut, owns mansions and wealth, while you g'ow poorer clay by day, No matter how pleasant it may be to have a bundle wrapped up and charged; but some daw it will be very unpleasant to have Ihe remorseless c illeoior at your door, Willi long visage and solemn mien, demanding hie money for a list rif aril cles on paper, many tbat have long dl'appeared, others thai ynu have forgotten and still others that you never did get We say to ynu for your own sake, Prty On. nil and sinvo Money. To Men of Family We say: "Do not borrow;" turn your h-.rd-earned money over to your wife, so as to enable ber to buy for cash, for it is your sacred duty to lay out every oent of your money to tbe best interest of your wire and children. To Young Ladies We Bay: "Do not borrow;" It is a vile babit. If you want a good bus band and keep bim good, tben learn tbe true value of money—see tbat you receive full value for every oent you purobase To Married Ladies We say: -'Do not borrow;" remember tbat every oent your husband gives you bas to be earned by bard toil, and It is your trusted duty aa wife and mother to expend your money so as to obtain full value for every cent you expend. Remember, that by trading at tbe People's Store you obtain as muob for $1 00 as it Is possible for us to give you. But, foremost of all, remember tbat tbe People's Store has but One Price and Gives I\"<> Credit. Therefore, we do not have occasion, as the grabbers do, to obarge you an exorbitant rate to make good tbe losses of those that do not pay, and bave no need to Rob Peter to Pay Paul. People's Store, 84 & 86 MAIN ST. OUSTE PRICE. n22 6m Red House For YourßootsA Shoes .^m 112 MAIN ST., opposite Court House. B^^Jt_.an™ earSIGN F THE MAMMOTH BOOT. ll M^VmmW^^^ l 1 an» b.NAOLE. i-*mm—~~ -~4as*e*as«*9sv9 J NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CITY OF PARIS. Display of Holiday Goods I Useful and Attractive Presents! tyG&Tne Largest and Best Assorted Stock in the City at Reduced Prices. Dress Goods, Silks and Satins, Surah Satins, Plushes and Velvets, Satin de Lyon, Plush Cloaks and Dolmans, Fur-Trimmed Cloaks and Dolmans, Plush-Trimmed Cloaks and Dolmans. 250 Ladies' BLACK BEAVER CLOAKS, Elegantly Trimmed, at $3 Eacb Misses' and Children's Cloaks in Great Variety. Felt Skirts, Satin Skirts, Knit Skirts, Melton Skirts. Ladles' Mull Ties, Ladies' Laos Fichus, Ladles' Lace Ties, Ladies' Embroidered Fichus, Ladies' Laoe Collars, Ladles' Linen Collars, Bead Lace Papers and Collars. Ladies' Hem-Stitched Handkerchiefs, Ladles' Colored Broidered Handkerchiefs, Ladles' White and Colored Embroidered Handkerchiefs. 50 Dozen Ladies' Linen Initial Handkerohiefi, at 25c. Each, 100 Doz. Plain and Brocade Silk Eandkerohiefi, from 30c. to $2.50 Eaoh Ladies' 3, 4 and 6 Button Kid Gloves, Ladies' Laced Kid Gloves, Children's Kid Gloves. «-JUST RECEIVED!—A full line of REED and RATTAN ware, trimmed and untrimmed, consisting of Wall Pockets, Slipper Pockets.Towel Racks, Musio Raoks, Broom Racks, Musio Stands, etc. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Comprises the most ELEGANT LINE of CUSTOM-MADE GOODS ever imported here, especially selected for this market. S3TWa Guarantee entire Satisfaction in the fit as well as in quality and prices. Men's Fine Black Worsted Suits, Men's Fine Black Tricot Suits, Men's Fine Cassimere and Cheviot Suits Youths' Fine Black Worsted Suits, Youths' Fine Blue Tricot Suits, Youths' Fine Cassimere and Cheviot Suits, Boys' Fine Black Worsted Suits, Boys' Fine Blue Trloot Suits, Boys' Fine Cssslmere and Cheviot Suits An Elegant Line of CHILDREN'S SUITS, from three to ten years In plain and fancy materials. Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's Ulsters and Uiaterettea. S3TJTJST RECEIVED!—The Latest and Best in Gents' Under wear and Neckwear, Gloves, Handkerohiefs, Suspenders, Hosiery and Hats. EUGENE MEYER & CO., 17 & 19 Spring St. THE LEADING JEWELRY HOUSE Or SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. PL ATT & PAGE, SITOCBSSOES TO Diamonds, .4„S"»»* ; Watches, Jßßßj^ ci °cks, Jewelry, „ SILVERY! By mm/ — SILVERPLATEOWARE optical goods. Etc., Etc. Etc., Etc X , Card to the Public. In retiring from tbe Jewelry business, I oheerfully rec ommend to my patrons my successors, Messrs. PLATT A PaGfc, wbo have bought the business. Mr. Piatt bas had cbarge of tbe watch-repairing department since last July. His reputation, while in Chicago, as being tbs most thorough watchmaker west of Mew York Oily, has been fully sustained during his stay with me. I can unqualifiedly say that his equal as a skilled watchmaker and engraver I have not met on tbis ooast. E..H. SWEETSER. X > . **~ We are the only house In Los Angeles that keep, the standard Railroad and Meridian Tims of Los Angelea. which 1. ALWAYS CORRECT. ■VALL WORK done by as Is WARRANTED FIRST-OLASS. dll-lm HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS! At L. PEISER & COS, 38 SPRING ST., Where 1. to be found a full and oomplete line of Fancy Novelties In > Lace Ties, Silk Handkerchiefs, Purses, Perfumery, Kid Gloves, Jewelry, Worsted Yarns, etc. a oomplete line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing IWCountry Orders promptly attended to."W> « L. Peiser 6l Co., 38 Spring St. - Prosperous *■*%■ m\ sm ■a—va mt ttas just TIME* gf\ |\| Km L± RECEIVED Have come aguln, IV ™ W A Splendid Lot of BOOTS and SHOES, Which for QUALITY snd LATEST BTYL.KB far ezosls any thing ever ottered la this market. He will a.U at Bed-Rock Prices During the Holidays ear-Evcrybody Invited to oall mtnm ' m MAIN STREET, Between First and Seoend. fl»