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VOL. XX.
DAILY HBttALD.
'*V * (tbhshed every uioriuntr 'ttoupt Monday, by \
jolbw- Vnch.
rEHMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
Pit annum bj ma" <* **W" 57.00 ,
six months, by man or osl'res* iM
Th l)°°i"is"i!i. sr SMjSSii W«« «*>■ I
VVEEKLt HERALD. :
pnrjLWHBD EvBKT NaTL'RDAT MORNIINO.
TERMS:
One yt'ar, by ruail er express, one copy IB.OC !
* try mail or espraM I.OC ■
ADVEKTISEMEOTS Inserted at reasonable rate* j
kinds of Job Work done to compete with j
:i n.iiii i-tco in price, style and elegance o! 1
•rorkmanship. i
C«I»HUIM or H'ebVs IX uth
Loiißojr, S»fft: -1. The lister of dipt.
Webb, reemitly drowned in mi attempt
to swim Niagara viipitla, lit'imnio insane
when she heard of her brother's death.
**" Am InfaßlotlN Crime,
Dublin, September I. Poison was
put Into th,' beer and food of harvest
men employed by Leigh, a landlord of
New Rose, who incurred the dislike of
I the populace owing to his opposition to
j the Lund League. Two harvest hands
I have died and the others are in a pre
! IK' Ctiarahortl'M Funeral.
' Uoritz, Sept. 4.—At Count de Cham
, bord'a Funeral the body was placed on a
I largo catafalque ami the Archbishop
celebrated mass. The cortege then re
| formed and amid tolling ol bulls started
I with the body for the monastery of
; ("nstnuvizza. On arrival at the nionas
j tery the monks sang a funeral chant and
| thti cutliii was carried into the building,
j The company then dispersed. An Amer
j ican general was among the representa-
I tives at the funeral.*
The Cholera.
I "Lo.noon, Sept. 4.—One hundred and
| lifty persons died from cholera yester-
I day in Upper Egypt.
jTli<* Oerman Hallway Accident,
j Berlin, Sept. 4. In the railway
calamity yesterday seventeen men, eigh
teen women and four children were
killed. The train, it seems, dashed into
the midst of a large crowd killing, cut
ling mid hurling people right and left.
Most of the victims belong to the arti
san class. Afterthecaloshophe the rail
way was found covered for hundreds of
yards with bodies shockingly mutilated.
Of a family of five persons only one es
caped.
7_T -=-- I
LATE TELEGRAMS.
[ftf<BoU£ TO THE HERA 1.1. |
Reinstated,
San Francisco, Sept. 4. -Col. Bryant '
has been reassigned to his command at
Benicia Barracks. ,
PanHi'iiiit'r Itates Fiaht,
Srs Francisco, September 4—The 1
war of Eastern plunger rales in this |
c.ty continues. The commiisions on !
SfVw York ticket* have risen to $20. '
The tight Is being chiefly made bythe 1
Chicago, Milwaukee ami St. Paul Rail
roads, who.it' admission into the freight ■
pool was opposed by the Eastern roads.
*, *f*vt*.*« Otstr«Ke~Th*' Cruras of
a <:«urtuetor.
San Francisco, Sept. 4.---The Mexi
can authorities at San Mateo, Lower
California, seized the schooner Handy s
on the pretext that she had contraband *
goods on board, and insisted on the Cap- (
tain dumping all hia cargo on the beach. (
On the Captain's refusing to do ho, they c
obliged him to return with hia vessel lo (
this port and procure from the Mexican i
Consul a certificate that no contraband ,
goods were on board the Behooner. The (
aci is looked upon as Unjustifiable, and [
claims will be made to have the Mexican 8
officials responsible for the act dismissed, j
Miss D. E. Wood, travelling on ajwss 1
of the Central Pacific Railnad Co<u- fi
pany, reports that on August 18th, y
while on her way to Now Orleans slie J
was the Victim of an attempted felonious \
outrage by a Pullman Car conductor, i>
She reported the outrage and the matter f
will be investigated by the Pullman Car t
Company. 2
The Yellow Death.
Pknsacola, Sept. 4.—To-night the re- t
ports give one new case of yellow fever
at the Navy Yard and one death. ,
Pensaeola's Condition 1
Pen3Aco la, Sept. 4.—The city con- 1
tiuues entirely healthy. One death and j
no new cases at the Navy Yard for the ,
thirty-six hours. &
Transfer of Slock c
Boston, Sept. 4.—The amount of
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe" stocks c
trans/erred to the English house of the 1
Barmg Bros, and Co., for investment k
purposes, is $2,300,000 or twenty-three J
thousand shares.
The Result* or a MeuNatlonat „
Humor. j
Nsw Yore, Sept. 4 - Agents of the *
French line of steamers are receiving )
many anxious visits and letters an ac- ■
count of the baseless report that the '
Amerique had gone down, They can- I
not account for the rumor since advice* *
show that the vessel left Portsmouth (
and passed all points ail right.
Road ley Worn Ont. j
Philadklhia. Sept. 4.—Judge Hoad- (
ley, Democratic candidate for Governor 3
of Ohio, arrived in this city las. night t
and went at once to the St. George Ho- '
tel, where his medical treatment is be- i
ing attended to by Robt. B. Bartholo- <
mew, of Jefferson College. Dr. Barthol- <
omew says his ailment is not serious and 1
he only rag aires rest. .
An Editor Shoot- a Maloon-Keen
er.
WAIdLA Walla, W. T., September 4.
-— Kleber, a German saloon keeper was ■
shot yesterday evening by Charles Be*- .
sever, the editor of the Watchman. The i
trouble aroso out ot an unimportant '
argument between the two men. It is '
believed the wound will prove fatal.
President Arthur •falnlng In.
Lake Minnetonka, Minn., Sept. 4.
The Hotel Lafayette is rill*d with the
guests of St. Paul, who will attend the
banquet given this evening in honor of
Henry Villard and party. The dis
tinguished party whtch had already
gathered to aid this city in her celebra
tion, was this evening augmented by the
arrival of President Arthur, Genera!
Sheridan and party.
Heetlnsor the Knights or Labor.
Cincinnati, Sept 4.—The General
Assembly of tho Knights of Labor be
giu* its session to-morrow. Master
Workman Powderly, of Scran ton, Pa.,
has been here since yesterday, with
others, arranging tin- business to come
before the meeting. He says the lessiom
will be strictly secret and special pains
will be taken to kevp reporters from
them, for the reason that secrecy is es
sential to accomplish their purposes.
Chang-inff Internal Revenue Ills
trietn.
Washington, Sept. 4 —The exeoutive
order consolidating internal revenue col
lection districts, as far as it affects the
following named districts, was put into
operation to-day: The District of Ore
gon and the Fifth District of California.
New Mexico is to be transferred to the
new Collector of the Fifth District. No
date is yet fixed for consolidating the
districts of California.
lii-ought In Texas.
Galveston, September 4.—A San
Saba special says: Snch a drought has
not been experienced in the surround
ing country for many years. From San
Saba through Mount Cullongh and
Coacha counties extensive prairie Area
have raged, destroying a vast extent of ■
pastor*. Stockmen will suffer heavy
jTnyland on Capital Punishment.
Saratoo*, September 4. - At the
opening of the general meeting of the
American Social Science Association,
Prof. Wayland, of the Yule Law School, (
delivered an address on capital punish
ment. He approved of hanging and
favored perpetual imprisonment. He
suggested a constitutional provision,
making release from confinement im
possible until before the Court in which
he was convicted it was made to appear
that he was innocent.
Coaling te California, i
Wrote, N. H M Sept. 4. -There is con
siderable excitement here over the
elopement of J. Warren Thyng, re
cently of Lake village, a drawing
teacher, with Miss Sarah Cather, a
young lady artist from Virginia, who
has been associated with Thyng for two
years past very intimately while so
journing in Plymouth and other places.
He leaves a wife and child with his
. parents in Lake village. He is known
■ to be considerably in debt and rnmor
has it that the oonple have gone to
California.
The Java Horror.
Nl\\ Yohk, September 2.—A cable
iipcciul to thu Sun from London fiflyu:
Tin* Government at tlt« Hague luive re
ceiveil aocuuuts from .Java which show
tUut tbe disaster at was frivial
compared to that vvb:ch like causes pro
duced iv Northeru Uantam last Hunday.
Witbout any warning there was .1 tre
mendous dutbrust of subterranean thun
der, and tbe volcano of Kmkatoa vom-.
ited fortb an ink-black cloud which
spread over the clear tropical sky with
inconceivablo quickness, involving tbe
laud in complete darkness. Theji it be
gan (o raiu sooariae and dv :-t, ana iv v
very few uiiaute* the greater part of
Noitbern Bantam, a very fertile and
very populous couotry, was completely
d-jatioved. A t remeudous explosion
full'iwed and stones ami volcanic mat
terwere hurled to a distance of from
'200 to 300 miles. The sides ol the
gr*&* v.dcano were blown out into the
sea, its atruoture collapse.! and the en
tini island oi Krakaloa &Qbabied into the
wutci- and disappeared. On Monday
morning there was not a vestige of it
to bo seen, the oet-.-n having taken its
place.
Tbe volcanic action of the region was
intense, but it was thought the wor-d
was over, when about noon t he inhabit
ants of tbe Mtirafe coMt and tbe prosper
ous settlemeiit between Merak and
Tjeringen wer,; alarmed by the sudden
receding of tbe ocean from the shore,
and on looking out to sea tbey beheld a
great wall of water, varying in height
trom thirty to ninety feet, approaching
the land. It destroyed everything in its
patfi, overwhelming the entire coast,
sweeping away all the dwellings, tha
lighthouse and tho government build
ings within reach and retired, charged
with a vast freight of death and ruin.
There is no estimate fuinUhed iv tbe
fragmentary and pauic-stricken dis
patches of the losa of life, but according
to tho best information it mast be some
thing appalling. The next diy sixteen
active volcanoes rose ont of the sea be
tween the side of Krakatoa and Sibisie
islands, ami on Thursday the great vol
cano of Soragapano burst forth, col
lapsed and resolved itself into five dis
tinct volcanoes. New charts will have
to be prepared of tbe entire coast as its
marine topography has been completely
changed. Deep channels have become
dry land and towering volcanoes stand
where had been the open sea.
\Ms:sKMi:\rs
fountain" theatre.
P. KL'CK, Proprietor
H. LKAVITT Man»KO.i
The Finest in Southflrn Cali
fornia.
Ladies
Do you want a pare, bloom
ing Complexion ! If so, a
few applications of ffagan's
MAGNOLIA BALM willi*at
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sai
lowness, Redness, Pimples,
Blotches, aud all diseases and
imperfections of the skin. It
overcomesthe flashed appear
ance of heat, fatigue and ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIRTY appear but TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that ft is Impossible to detect
its application.
GRAND REOPENING.
GENUINE
Frßdericksburgli Lager Beer
UN DRAI (IUT. AT THE
Fountain Exchange,
Wo. 37 Main Mt ■■•'<> I
HOT LTTSTOH
every day. CoM Lunrhet of all kinds RIW at
•II prime.
John BrunsroH,
lm»ul7 Proprietor
THE BOSS OF ALL!
JUST ARRIVED, THE CELEBRATED
WM. J. LEMFS
St. Louis Lager
BE EH.
ON DRAUGHFT AT
*4 North Main St., Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNINQ 5, 1883.—WITH SUPPLEMENT.
IJBW ADVKUTIBKMKVI S.
MINIMIS,? 1 ,
THE TRADITIONAL SHOPKEEPER
j prefers to keep hiss wares and stock for years than to pari
. from them without his customary profit—he would rather
retain remnants and refused merchandise than to regulate
. the price to its real salable value.
SUCH MERCHANTS
are neither progressive nor judicious, and people trading
at such an institution soon find out to their dismay that
merchandise, like iron, wheat or produce, sometimes
declines in value.
People's Store
by reason of Its large trade, finds that periodically it
necessary to weed out the large ere
OID IDS JLJSTID EIsTIDS
that naturally accumulates—these goods arc at present writ- >
ing being marked and placed on our centre tables.
We have just reviewed the ODDS AND ENDS and
find remarkably good values amongst them, such as '
would interest mothers and heads of families.
EARLY CALLERS
will receive first choice, while tardy callers ennnot expect
to view a full assortment.
We publish a Story paper, which we send to any
Address, postpaid. j
PEOPLE' S STORE.
Crystal Palace.
REDUCED PRICE
Crockery, Glassware,
Lamps, Chandeliers i
AT COST OF IMPORTATION!
Get Onr Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
We will Always Sell Cheaper than our Competitors.
MEYBERG BROS.,
81 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
lT»-tf
\<>s. 107, 105, 103,101 Commercial and >W* Los An
geles Street, los angei.es city.
Houn,- Established is.so >
G. L. MESNAGER & CO.,
(Successors to VACHE FRERES & CO.)
WINE & BRANDY MAKERS,
Offer for rale to the Wholesale ami Retail Trade
One Hundred Thousand Gallons of Pure Old California Wines of
All X nds and Grape Brandies Made by Themselves. Also
KEf P Oft NO THE FINEST BRANDS OF WHISKIES DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
All persons In search of Pure and Healthy <>M California Wine* should irive them a call.
3SMC. "TOT. CHILES,
HARDWARE EMPORIUM
NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST. •
Dealer in Staves, Ranges, Hardware, Ajp-k-nltural Implements, fane and Lift
Pumps, Rubber Hose, Crockery and Glassware, Iron Lead '". $ Sob
for the Snperior Stoves and Ranges, manufactured by . > ' —. Heach Manufactur.
j ing Co., St. Tjonis, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper ana Bheet Ironware and
Artesian Well Pipe. Plumbing in all ito branches done to order with neatness and
dispatch. jy2l tf
A. L. BERRY. , H. C. WILEY.
BRUNSWICK BILLIARD PARLORS.
WILEY & BERRY.
THE FINEST BILLIARD SALOON WEST of CHICAGO.
ply nonpareil. JEfc JSk
| JONES BLOCK* Immediately «ljo»»nR the "Bttmld" 0«0», Second KWr.
A. VIGNOLO.
• WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN WINES
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
FIRST STREET, BETWEEN SPRING AN» MUX.
N(G \V AI) \' X RTIS X M KNTS.
Joseph Murtagh & Co.,
40 NORTH MAIN STREET,
Will romiiieiKT on Holiday, tumisl '!OMi, a
Clearance Sale
or all Spriii"-and Sihiiiiut Goods.
The above goods MUST and WILL be sold regard
less of cost in order to make room for their Fall Stock.
7S cent Dress Goods Marked Don no SI l-*J cepts.
S9-eettt Dross Goods Marked Down lo 85 cents.
87 l-'I cent Dress Goods Marked Down to *J0 cents.
i
•i5-ceiit Dress Goods Marked Down to If i'l cents.
15-cent Dress Goods Marked Down to 7 l-'i cents.
And other lines of goods in proportion.
Gents' Furnishing Goods Greatly Reduced,
JOSEPH MURTAGH & CO.,
40 N. MAIN STREET.
Great Clearance Sale
FURNITURE&CARPETS
AT—
BAEKEE & ALLEN'S
We offer our iimuerwe sttyk at ffreatly reduced prices, iv order to make room for our full im
porutiuus. Call and get prices, and see that we mean btininess.
NOS. 322, 324 AND 326 N. MAIN STREET,
mitt Next to Pleo IlotlHe.
G RAN IT LA,
PREPARED I'ROM WINTER WHEAT, Con
taining all the nutritious eleuit'iita of that
{Train, and \a the best food made for invalids
and children. It is a twice cookeu food, ready
for immediate tuHo use, miii v. t keep in v
dry place for man UTialteYed Ul quality, tin
'.'(jiiateil as a diet for cases of nervous exb»u»
tion and di-hility, con.<tip;ttinn and dyspepsia. r
Mum baen loaiw w* yean by Dr. J. t_'. Jaeason.
in our Roaul ffrgeaio Institute, upon all
classes of invalids, with remarkalilc Buceess.
It is one of the cheapest foods in use, a pound
of it containing more absolute nutriment for
brain and body than an eipial weight of any
preparation in the market. |
As a food for children it is unsurpassed
Ask your Efrooer or Dm gist for it, and if not kept by
them, send to
H. JEVNE,
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
P. O. Koi 33J. 3S North Surltis St., Loh Augr-Ictt _
ANTOINE CHARVOZ. CLOVIS BAYLE.
A. CHARVOZ & CO.,
DEALERS IN
California Wines & Brandies,
French and other Foreign Wines and Liqueurs. j
ALSO, SYRUPS, VINEGAR. CIGARS, ETC.
The Best California Claret to be Found in the Market. .
OP.POT POtt TUP. CELRBR.tTED \\ tsll I V<;TON WHIHKKV. J
floods delivered or shipped to any part of tho United States.
\o. :10 .11.ISO STREET, LOS AVfiELES, CALIFORNIA.
augolm
HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN,
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE
John F. Huniphreva. late of I.oadtitle, Ookmibl, li.nnorlj- of St. Loui«. MKnouri, .loalpr in Kea I
K.lato for the past tventv vuars. and Einti uc Kik'L'in lal.' .if ttw firm (.1 Join. Kiaiifiri « Son, dealers
In Itoal Kstalc in St. Louis fur many years, have formed a 10 ]urtner»h!|.. .
Real Estate Agents, \o. *i* S. Spring St.. near Kailean Hotel.
Property hotlght, sold, cxehancetl and rcntod. No iiiiiniiission charged unless a sale Is effeetod
through our eftorta It 11 lud
H. SLOTTERBECK,
Sportsmen's Headparters, Temple Block,'
Opposite United States Hotel, '
Dealer In all English and American Latest lm- —
proved Trelile-Wedse I'nst and Hammerless .^Sflßta
Brooch-Loading WfMStfK&gk
pistols, t^E^^&BKS&im^G**^
Choke-boring and Repklrlng of lin.M
8 All work done' in host style, sprakint;"
for itself and leaving no need for self- t
Santa Monica Hotel,
A SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT.
f i
A Plrat-Cla«* Hotel ol lio rooms on the bluff orerlooklng the Oesan, 16 miln by rui
, from Los Aneelcs Uood surf hathlng every nionlh in tho year. Urge Hath Houses on the lie on
direelli in'rout ..f Ilie H.it, ] fiirin.h 11.-i ..r I' m.l v,u ci.i l're:.h IV.iter llaths. Tourists should
not fail to visit this delightful resort. Trains leai c l,<>. \ngeles at J :«l A M and r , uo P M leave
Santa Uonic* at 7:15 A. H. and 3 r V.
J. W. SCOn PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES. i
declTtl
MISCEM.ANEOUR.
A NEW
Jet Black Ink,
The Best in the Market,
Writes Hlaek ami Flows I'reelj
" "'P. LAZARUS,
lylStra Tin l.i'Hillnsc Hlatioiiei'
J. r. lIAP.ItraON. O E. DICKSiiN
HARRISON & DICKSON,
Wooden (fcWillofware,
Brooms, Brushes, Cord
age, etc.
t'iO Front St.. Sun Francisco,
'CSI Los Ansieles St.. Los Aiiircles
J7M. GRIFFITH & CO.,
Ciumber Dealers,
ALAMEDA STREET,
liottveen Macy and Cuaven Street.
DOOKS, WINDOWS,
BIJKDB, SHINGLES
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTEE OF PARIS, ETC ETC.
Builders, Attention.
Wo bar a purchaied from the Colton Lime Co.
1,100 barrulH of
FIRST - CLASS LIME!
Which n Off Of in bulk in lota to luit at *I 6;>,
and sjnii-iai price for large lota.
SCOFIELD & TEVIS,
■JOT North Los Angeles Street.
ANGELICA BAKERY.
400 mm HCreet.
J. M. LUKZ, proprietor. Families
wiili ijiv.nl, uikts, pics, etc., of thti best .jii.iiir.,
A CARD.
I conimeiid to the eitizons of Los Angeles and
vit-iiiiij mi.i mv tinpier patrons iitui irit-mls in
particular T. lie W"Crank, M. P., with whom I
have pnifos-i.-nally associaitcd.
je24tf J. C. KIRKrATRICK. ft. D.
THE TIPTON STABLES.
So. 17 Aliso Street.
C GKIiBE, W. P UEINZEK,
Proprietor. ilanafer.
Livery and Feed Stables,
Carriages and Buggies for Hire.
Hones Doanlwl by the Day, Week or Moath at
A continuance of former patronage solicited.
ui3o lm
AfMI^SEIIsTKMErJY
SALICYLICA!
No More Rheumatiem, Gout,
or Neuralgia.
IMMEDIATE RELIEF WARRANTED.
PERMANENT CURE GUARANTEED.
Five years established and never known to fjtil in
pjfpr<;minerit ph.vsiiiana aiiii
gist* forthe standing of
Sahc.Tbca.
SBCRZ.T 3
THE ONLY DIBSOL> BKOP VllK POISnNnVri
L'liiC \CM) Will. II i.N Till; lil.-juli
OF HIIKI MVl'ir ANiu.oi TV PATIENTa.
MALICYKiaW is known as * common
sense rtiuudy; because it strike directly at t'u
caaso of KiieinnatLmi Uout and whiic
so many so-called Bpccitk'> aiideupp 'scti pttiiactas
only treat lo>.a!l>- the effect.*.
It has been coiKe tod by finincnt Rciciitlsts that
outward applications, Mich us i übbing- with dill,
«>iiitin L -iite., Lniniciits and lotions will
v"l eradicate tl.ev.; diiv-asiN, whicli «k.' Uic result
of tbu poisoninii of the bl. >o.j will; [. in Acid.
NAWt YLK A works with marvelous ef
fect on tiiis acid, and so mujve* ibc disorder. It
is now exclusivel.v used by all <vl, !u-atwl phvsi
i-iansof Aill.Tica and Kuitp,:. : M.-di.-.d
Academy of Talis reptins ; j per cent cures in
three days.
that MALU'YLKI U a certain tmrc for
IthfMiiuatiMm, (sdiii and JVcuralffia.
The moot intenie pains arc subdued almost
instantly.
Give it a trial. Relief ifuaranteed or money re
funded,
Thousands of teatimonials sent on application
91 A BOX. U BOXES KWR <o. Sent Iradu
mail on receipt of money.
Ask Your Druggist for It.
But do not be deluded into taking Imitation* ot
substitutes, or som. tiling rccntnuundcd aa "tual
astrt-od:" 11 it it i.i> the K>i:unic with tbu name
of WASHBrRN CO. on each Ih>x, wbiJi i.
chemically pure under our signature,
uti iiidiH|Hinsabk> r. tjuisjto t., ii sure nucco.-s in tin
t real mem. Take no othor, or send to us.
WASHBURN & CO., Props,
•tS7 Itrond way, ror. ICcodf Ht.. IV. V
uiarlS-lydJtw
OIL HOUSE.
Scofield&Tevis
CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPOR
TATION CO.
£1. A. EDWARDS, Manager.
Importers and and doalers in l*alnts, White
Lead, Turpentine, (.lis.-., liliimmatini; and Lu
brtcatinic Oils, etc., eta
NO. 23 LOS ANGELES STREET,
LOS ANOELES, CALIFORNIA. apltf
PONCT & ORR,
UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS,
ttO !»Rtii Htreet.
Dmb.ainir.jf for Shipping a Specialty
We don't sell 20 ntf n-nt. tban
other houses, but the public, will be nat
lafted on inquiring LbjKt our prices are
Lower than Any Other House
in tho City
And SATISFACTION GUARANTEED;
Telephone -connection with store and
REAL ESTATE OFFCE, Room 49 Temple Block,
Orponrra JiT«ncn Lisa's Oncrr a 4 Sm
Professor Louis Adams,
Who has had twenty-seven years experience as a
tenrher, wIM give lessons In the Erem h Langtiage
at his ofll-e, No. ;{» Maker llb'k, nr at piipll 7 * res
idence, on moderate terms. References: Mr,
Eugene Meyer, French Ooiimul, Miss Stoneman,
J. M. Griffith, Mrs. Hishop Kip, ii. A. lK.hin-wm.
and many others. JyS4 lm
\i:\V ADVKRTISEMKNTS.
~ bright"
Comes to the front with a surprise announcement for fear
that some one may not rind out that he is in the front
rank with better bargains than any other house West.
Having not quite sold out the nice stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS I
Bought of Polnski .V Swim at DO ivntson the dollar. And in addition, to their stock
he has a mammoth stock bought of Smith, Jones i Co., of Kansas City,
Mo., who failed with • trad) .took of Staple ami Fancy Dry Hoods,
which was bought by agent to St. Louis, Mo. Stock amounting
to $21,000 was bought for cash for $10,000, and will be sold
here at 20 per cent, less than same goods can be bought.
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENT'S!
Table Damask, all Linen, 50 cts. per yard;6oo dozen Napkins
40 cts to $2.50 per dozen. Good Towels from sto 50 cents.
Linon crash at from 5 to 15 cents a yard.
5,000 YARDS
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
At 8 cents to 7"> cents per yard. Wool Dress Goods at a great sacrifice as our
stuck is too large in that line.
Lace Curtaius 10 to 45 oents a yard. Collars and ties at half price to close
down the stock. Laddie*', Misses' and Children's Hose for from sto 50 cents.
Men's Hose, Sto 25 cents. Corsets 25 cents to (SI.
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The Largest Stork or
RIBBONS,
At less than Ni v York wholesale prices. A large stock of
HATS
10 ets and upward' Also a large stock of *""~'lBW
Ladies' and Children's Hats,
At lesa ptico than any place West. jyV
» M
Ladies' and Children's fHH
SHOES AT COSTI
To Close out the Stock, and ten thousand" other Articles toft
Numerous to Mention.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE STOCK AND PRICKS.
J. O. BRIGHT.
2-39 Main Street.
FALL CAM P AIGN!
New Goods at Bottom Prices.
ABERNBTHY & 00.
Arc now receivinn their first Instalment ot Winter Goals, eonjtitlnj; ct
(.'ents', Youths', Boys' and Children's
CLOTHING AND FUMISHTM GOODS,
They also carry a complete tine ot
HATS AND CAPS. TRUNKS, VALISES, &C,
Thep 1 ! cTJ " rC tletem,inwi t0 * s cnea P M rne y c .a . Qd live - Ob'o them a catl. Don't forget
"73 NOKTH BPKIVG BTRBET,
one door loutli ol Prciue k Pironl's Drug Store. avis lm
PRANK SHRIER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
MPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, CHEWINC&SMOKINC TOBACCO,
CMS VIIKTTESs PLAYITO < ARl>* ETC., '
Sos. 100 & tOS X. Spring Street. Cor. Market, Los Ingeles, Cal.
FRESH IMPORTED CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE. jeiJJtf
vttA.xrx. asc. IjOwh,
FORMERLY WITH WOOLLACOTT, HAS OPENED AS ESTABLISHMENT IN THE
Bernero Block, Han Fernando at..Opnoi*lte the Hew Pu» a( e r Depot.
RETArL DEALER IN FINE
WI «fBS, LIQUORS 3c OIOARS.
Bottled Uoodo a Specialty. The P*™*** ol the public is respectfully solicited
CALIFORNIA
Confectionery, Restaurant and
CANDY WOMS.
Meal* at all llonrx lev fr.-nm al
n.v a un Hand.
L. BRENCKLB & CO., Props,
No, 3S N. Main St.. lot Angeha.
au)7 lm
Alameda Street
foundry
Has re opened, aid will do exiting* lor atom
ami building! ot all kind.; ab» all Madi of
foundry wort. ;All work will be llrtVchu..
Leave order, at the comer of Alameda and Alleo
btroets, or at the foundry,
P. BALLADS A CO.*
JytO-lmo 1-roprlctsn.
DICKERSON\i 00.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Oflirc Cor Sisrins & First Sis.
DICKKKSON, HAMMELL 4 AUAMS.
Being tkorr.ughly postod in land, and price. in
all jams nf the rity and County, WS can guarao
tee satisfaction to our customers. Have choice
property in Oninite. rianta Ana, Azitsa, San ■
Hal riel and I'u.dena. Sonic He- sfis-k ranges
in Ventura County. Houses.- Lyts and Husiri,-.-*
Proitrty in all parts of the city. Uuy and .ell
and sell on commission all kinds of property.
Take entire chance of proporty for absent owners.
«'oncpoiiCnee sSalleitrd.
Address
•»!< kl ICSUX & CO.,
LOS ANC.EUX
P. O. Box. SSK. 1,-i-u
a I
Queeu Chop House.
This establishment will tie closed to morrow for .
pennant* tit and important taiprovcMcncs that 1
w-111 require aw eel. to complete. After that it ,
will be open as usual day and night, and kept in
the best stvlc.
set lw J. MARKTICH, Praprietor.
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