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VOL. XX. War' Avltablr. Loudon, Sept. 6.—There is much ex citement in Hong Kong,consequent upon the rceelpt of news of Chinese troops crossing the line Mong Ksi. This means that China has accepted the gage France baa thrown down and war is inevitable. Po*aibl}lUeaof War. Paws, Sept. s.—The Chinese Lega tion states that it is possible that China has reinforced nor tro?ps on the fron tier, owing to tho treaty imposed upon Aoam by Prance. China, bring the suzerain of Tonquin, might now con sider that she has the right to send troops to Tonquin. Tbe Legation hav ing received no news of the treaty of Hne has uot protested against it. DAIXY HERALD. Pustudied evory morning, exeat* Monday, by JOSEPH D. LYHCH. TBSRMS FOB 'uaiu. j HERALD: Far annum, bjr mall or exprae. 17.00 tlx womb., by man or .xproa 4.00 Wire, month..... - .. 100 Dtuvsasn bt Caaaixaa, rax Wtax, 160. WEEKLY HERALD. Pusushsd Svaar BATtias*v kf osjk xo, TBRMB: On* year, by mall sr srpress, one copy, SS.OC Sis Osontlw, by mall or express 1 75 Threj mouths, by mail or express I OC ADVKUTIHIuMaCNTW isseertetl at reasonable rates t& All kinds of Job Work done to compete aits v Krejielaoo ia price, style and ekgaaes ol A New Trick in the Confidence Garre. I St. Louis t-ioLit -Democrat.) A new swindling scheme has come to the surface in Harrison county. A man drops into town, gains a residence ami sells out or deim-ei. to move. lie goes to sevoral merchant*! and asks if they haveaLy account against him, aa it in probable that his wife has made pur chases. If so* he desires to pay it. Of coarse there was no account. As he passed away he remarked that possibly •he may not hare made the purchase in tended, but would. This whetted the merohaul'ii appetite for a trade, and when the wife osroe in soon after a big bill would be loaded on her. After a visit to several stores and a good stock of sappUs*, arc secured, tho couple skip out. LATE TELEGRAMS. tfIPBCIAL TO THI HRRAJLb.J Feroanai. Sas Fkascuhio. Sept. 6.—Josh Bil ling* arrived ou last night's overland train. E. T. King, a wealthy farmer of Bar-: atofpt, Santa Clara county, waa drowned yesterday while batbiiiK at North Beach. ] Booeher an the Cbineae •Jaeatleu. Sax Feaxuuoo, Sept. B.—Hsnry Ward Beecher we* interviewed on the Chinese question and said: "I conclude that the u-eattneut the Chinese hare re ceived on this ooeit is at ouce shameful and ridiculous. While all tbe rest oi the world is adopting the most liberal and advanced oouroe In tbe mailer of their freedom here is a little strip of Wettsrn j country that is iositting npou a narrow : sad selfish Policy of exclusion, which pefiey even China itself long since a baa- J Tha Maldeea-Blbby tt rretllus j Match. Sajt Fbahoisoo, Sept. o.— In the Mui-' dooo-Stbby wrestling match last night, Muldoon won on* fall ud th* match in j one hour sod thirty-nine iniiiutas. The match wsa Aye hundred dollars and two third* of th* gate money to ihe winner and one-third to th* loser. The cundi-! tens* ot the match were if but on* fall roasltsrt in two hours, that tv constitute s victory; U one fall to each contestant* the wreatJ* to continue until another (all resulted. If no fall within two < hoars, th* match to be declared off. : Tbe largest audience was present that' over gathered to witness sn athletic. sfsat SJapplleatlng the Calrleahasa, j ToansTOSS, Sept. 6.—lnformation frost rort Bowie states that Bonito, one . of tha Apache chief* Drought in by i Crook, wo* on hi* way to the Chin ash—* nt tha Sierra Mad re. It U sup posed he goat as on envoy from Crook to indue* th* Chlrieahass to com. In to tho issmstion according to th* promise stars* by tbem to Crook. The Yellow Fever. Pbsucols, Sept 8 —There or* live new saees of yellow fever and on* death St th* Navy Yard. On* of th* sssk is doing well. That tatard Ureal. WaABiKOTOK, Sept. ti.--R.pttent ative Dv ua has addressed to the Hecre *mmj Uimh. , ..mmnnication loHWStiug the protest mads by General SaiinTlni, Bepresaaiatir. Cobb and hUeeeif andn*t any action on the port of th* Department looking to the rs»u aaeato the Southern PaoUic Bailr<«d Company of certificates for the land groat of th* Texas Pacific Railroad, and agates! the filing of any mortgage by the New Orleans famnc Railroad Com pany on land* claimed by it as anignee*. Headier BMIU In tha field FaatADSLraiA, Pa, Sept. 8 —An •Sort was mad* to see Judge Hoodley to-day with regard to the statement pobliehed that be would withdraw from fkt Democratic ticket in Ohio, but ho staid not be seen. Hi* physician was than called upon, and said with em. asjantii "It is right and proper that soch statements be promptly controtiot *d. I should like you to say that Judge Hoadley is a candidate for Uov emor of Ohio and he will resume hit Cauvass in a short time. Just as soon t* 1 consider that be is equal to the exertion, he will actively re-enter the fight." Tea frealdeat ia V hie ago. CRtCAOO, September 6. At the ro-' otptius last arming the President stepped out on tbe balcony in reipooee to calls from a large gathering ef people outside, and addressed a few words to thorn, saying that be was very tired from the exhaustion of the day and oveaiag, and that he was obliged to ask them lo excuse him from auy extended remarks ft* he was obliged lo prepare ittt j hi* coming journey. Secretary LiiiOoln was called lor, end as he agipeured soms on* snouted, "Three cheer) for our next President,'' Mr. Uucolu said he hoped he would never he as wide of the mark a* the man who proposed that ' sentiment. Be ihaoke.l them for tbe • reception accorded ths I'ro.ident. Th* lowa Pool and tha Union FaelSe. Cbicaoo, Sept. B.—Representativia of tbe railroads cjaatituting the lowa < Trunk Idas pool, held a session here last I night to consider various matter, affect- I rag ft* relation* of the pool with the ' Union Pacific Railway. There has been • on understanding to tbe effect that the pool roads should make through rates to points on tho Union Pacific, and vice versa Lately the Union Pacific ho* bean allowing a rebate of four cents a hundred pounds on certain business to point* on tbo pool roads, and recently presented the pool with a bill for 151, --099, th* amount of such rebates. At tar * worm dioeuasaon they decided to allow th* account, but it was decided to allow no further rebates made at the ex panse of the pool. fjkasaherd's Legacies Plats, Sept. B.—De Chambord left sixty million franc, to be divided be tween the Duke of Parma and the Count of Bavdl. Tha rtrst Train. SaIiTSLLO, Mexico, Sept. B,—The first train on the Mexican National Railroad arrived this evening. The whole town is out to welcome the great event. Mutual KxtorastaaMea. Durban, Sept. B.—A correspondent has just returned from a tour through th* heart of Zululend and reports the na tive* engaged in a war of mutual ex termination. . A Hteaaaer'a rate. Tas Haoui, September B.—Great anxiety is felt in regard to tha fat* al ths Netberland Steamship Company's mail stoomer Prince Frederick. It is be lieved to have been in th* Strait of Suuda gt tho time of tbs volcanic eruption. Aa applanation JOeaaaadeS. Pa*!*, Sept. 0. —Tho newspapers de mand that the Government shall explain the real situation of affair* connected with Tonquin, aud the general impres sion is that Prance hat goo* too far to ratrstt SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TUTT'S Pills TORRID BOWELS, 9ISORDERBD LIVER, I from o: I Jie dlseasee of IM annua race. These nrmptoma indicate tbetrcxiatence: !-»•« ol appetite, ■ewill eeetrve, Slak HeaoV ieiit> | J**^^ n^J r <^J a J j]ia?Sasts«i •"food? imteJkUitv ef teaapev. Km **Tjl?if. J^^jrf " VdVrt^l,^saWTlV/Tl«*if arf.foe vi. J lhno»«ofa remedrthal sew directri >a the Liver. AaaUrer mod Urine TTTTrpt >>n.LS hare no canal. Their aoUon ontfc* Kidneys and Sain ft aleo prompt i reiaorlm ill Imparities through these three "mr i eager* of the mr***—." Producing nop* tlte. sound dureetWi, rcitular stool., a oleai iklnaadarurorouiibody. 'IUIf'BMIXh ' cause no nausea or griping nor Interfere , with dally work and are a perfect i TOmubs changed tn or sent by express oa receipt of at. Oaxee, «i Murray Street. MewTork. • TirrTaumi of mm nwm ran. i~ ' Ladies Do yon want ■ pure, bloom ing Complexion 1 If w, s 1 few up pi i ratio n>i of Hicu'» | MAGNOLIABALM wUlgrmt ify yon to yonr heart's con tent. It does stray with B*l -lowneas, Redness, Pimples, Blotches, and all diseases and Imperfections of the skin. It ance of heat ffatiTOß antTex eftement. It makes a lady of THIRTY appear bat TWEN TY} and so natural, gradual, sad perfect are Its effects, that ft Is impossible to detect its application. Sitter* 'In fairer ami asnn districts, Id tropical and other > regions vl-itcd by epidemics, and indojed Id all loam!itlee whstre am conditions an unfavorably In health, this famous vegetable iavigor»t.t and al veratHo, Hostattsr'* Bloioarh Bitters, has beam found a potent safeguard e-eu to taenia oonstitu fcions and frafilo frames, while as a runt for indi cation, biHtousasw* and kindred complaint., it is without a rival, for salt by all druggist- and dealers generally. FOR SALE. A SPLENDID INVESTMENT FOR A SMALL CAPITAL A food pajriac business and stork of goods in the town uf Han Bernardino. Tha stand U one of the beat In the oily, being only two doom from the new Opera House, and four doors from the l'ontiffkw, on the main business strutt. The owner offers tor sale lor no other reason but that he intends returning to his old home in Kurope on a visit of a rear and more, for particulars address E. A. NI3BET. County Clerk's otlice, Han Bernardino, Cal- set lm Portland Cement. Ws have just received direct from London barrels of Portland Cement which we are offering At Greatly Reduced Pritm rattles .iiwoUrjf to un l.n» quantitio. ou »« oon.ld.rsbl. by buyisg .t otic, before MonboUM charge* .re .00ed. ■COI'IKI.U el TKVlf*. 107 NORTH hda ANOELES 9TRIKT aug IS lm A Good Bargain. A tonne*. lecsUen, stth s nock ol goods and a rood rsa ot trade, la s ptasawt locution, slersn aOe* hen Let Aagslei, let sal. cheap, ss the awasr Is about to rsaaov. to another part of the lists. UqvUn.t Herald ofto». sett* LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT 7, 1883.—WITH SUPPLEMENT. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ; FALL CAMPAIGNr New Goods at Bottom Prices. ABERIffjQTHrF&CO. Aro now receiving: tbeir first Instalment ot Winter Goods, consisting of Gents', Youths', Boys' and Children's CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. They also carry a complete lice of HATS AND CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES, &C, which they are dotcrminod to sell as cheap as they can andHflrllt Give them a call. Don't forget tbeplseo.l 73 MTOItTEt BFRXWa BTRBHT, one door south of Prsass & Plronis Drug Store. au2s lm Gold PillinKS, from the smallest to entire Crowns, made with Gold, guaranteed to stand the test of time and use. jmjjW lirVBJU "JL'XOUKT. Dr. Smith has recently invented and constructed an apparatus that In ode second will make tbe most aching teeth and the most Inflamed gums as insensible as a stone. This wonderful process renders teeth extracting ia all cases, children and adults, ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS AND HARMLESS. IdTSe hubla Espaool, on parte Francais, and English spoken. scs CHAPMAN & PAUL DEALERS IN. TINWARE, HARDWARE, CANS, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. Roonflg and General Jobbing Executed Promptly. ■m It * 14 Commercial St., • Ul A.irtr. ( »l Sol. »fcnta tn Lo. Aiur.l.. tor )lu'e'* Meal Raaces end n l.aoarl Peaadry tatovea and ftaacea, at St. Louie. AUo th. Amerlean Vapor t'a.klm stove, tbo Elnao.4 and lladaon Hasifis, .nd a numaor of oth.r loading- oooking- .nd heating etova,, which cannot bo excelled tor economy in tu'l and durability. PIPE-WORK A SPECIALTY. ('all and Inspect Oor Stock and Prices, R. W. PRIDHAM |^/]|^gfß\ Bookbinder \ \A. \>\ lg PAPER RULER. Blank Book Manufacturer. Paper Boxes of all Sizes Manufactured to Order. MACAZIBES, PERIODICALS, MUSIC ASS ILLUSTRATES WORKB BOSSO AT IASFRARCISCO PRICES. Hos. «c and 2« North Sprint; Street, Opposite Franklin. mavStf PRANK SHRIBE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS 1 MPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, CHEWINC&SMOKINC TOBACCO, CLUASLSntTKO. PI.AYH<sCi CARDS, ETC., Bios. 100 Sc. 10S N. Spring Street, Cor. Market, Los Angeles, Cal. i FREEH IMPORTED CIGARS A SPECIALTY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE. j*23tf ! Vos. IST, 1«5, Its, ltl Commercial and 3*2 Los An- , jreles Street, los angeles city. (Nanae SSataallaked MOO.) G. L. M ESN AGE R & CO., (Soecaasora to VACHB FHBRESJ & OO) ' WINE & BRANDY MAKERS,, Off.r for «al. to th. Wholeaale and Retail Trade One Hunched Thousand Gallons of Fore Old California Wines of I All U. ads and Grape Brandies Made by Themselves. Also 1 KEEP OS S3 TNI NHEST BEARDS OT WHISKIES DIRECT PROM THE EAST. An pcreon. In search or Fur. and Healthy Old California Win* ahould giro thorn a call. 1 tnxS lm HARDWARE EMPORIUM NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST. 1 Dealer in Stoves, Ranges, Hardware, Agrionltural Implements, Force and Lift Pumps, Robber Hose, Crockery and Glassware, Iron and Lead Pipe. Solo Agent for the Superior Skives and Ranges, manufactured by Bridge* Beach Mannfavtnr ing Co., St. lonia, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware and 1 Artesian Well Pipe, Plumbing in all its branches don. lo order with neatness and 1 dispatch. jv2i tf ( A. L. BERHY. H . c WILEY. BRUNSWICK BILLIARD PARLORS. WILEY & BERRY. THE FINEST BILLIARD SALOON WEST of CHICAGO. luteal ami most A PKett'ECTL V Wfr JfSvSwSSaWSJ UJUr ply nonpareil. , « ! - Tffß Jg±_ XE. JONES BLOCK, immediately adjoining the "Herald" office, Second Floor. anstf WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1 DEALER IN WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS. FIRST STOUT, BETWEEN SPRING AM* MAIN, Xa<M» jmjm»mTMmm, oAia, warn. m:\\ advkktiskmknts. Joseph Murtagh & Co., 40 NORTH MAIN STREET, Will coKWWiee on Honda.), August -ioili, it Clearance Sale or all Spring and Summer Coeds. The above goods MSJST and WILL b° sold regard loss of cost in order to make room for their Fall Stock. 7&€enf Dress Coeds Harked Down (o :t. I'! cents. .">«-<•<•!!. Dress Coeds Harked Down to r.5 vents. HI l-'i eenl Dress Coods Harked Down to 20 rents. •i.Vccnt Dress Goods Narked Down to Vi M cents. I.Veeiit Dress Goods Harked Down to T \ i cents. And other lines of goods in proportion. Gents' Furnishing Ms Greatly Reduced, JOSEPH MURTAGH & CO., 40 N. MAIN STREET. augie Great Clearance Sale OF— FURNITURE&GARPETS AT BARKER & ALLEN'S We offer our immense stock at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room for our fell im portations Call and get prices, and see that we mean busineaf. NOS. 322, 324 AND 326 N. MAIN STREET, lultf Hext to Pica Hon*. . gran^lX PREPARED FROM WINTER WHEAT. Con taining all the natritious elements of that grain, and is the best food made for hi valid* and children. It is a twics cooked food, ready for immediate table uso. and yet will keep in a dry place for yean unaltered in quality. Un equaled as a alec for cases of nervous exhaus tion and debility, constipation and dyspepsia. Has been tested for years by l>r. J. C. Jackson, in ur llama Hvgnnio Institute, upon all classes of invalids, with remarkable su .'c—i. It is one of the cheapest foods in use, a | <nund of it containing «>ore absolute nutriment for brain and body than an equal weight of any preparation in the market. As a food for children it Is unsurpassed. Ask your Grocer or Dru gist for it, and if not kept by them, send to H. JEVNE, AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, P. «>. Hot MS. 3M North Spring; <*< ■ Loa Angelm Aux23 4m. ANTOLNE CHARVOZ. CLOVIS BAYLE. A. CHARVOZ & CO., DEALERS IN California Wines & Brandies, French and other Foreign Wines and Liqueurs. ALSO, SYRUPS, VINEGAR, CIGARS, ETC. The Best California Claret to be Found in ths Market. OKPOT rOK THK t'KLKDU VI'KD WAMIIIXUTWX WIIINKKY. Goods delivered or shipped to any part of the United States. No. 3D ALISO STREET. LOS AVfiELES, CALIFORNIA. HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE John F. Humphreys, late of Leadriile, Colorado, fcnnerly of Bt. Louis, Hassouri, dealer tn Bea Kstite for the past twenty ysars, and Eugene Klggin. lata ot the Brni of John Kigifin A Son, dealer* iv Heal Kstate In St. Louis for many years, lusve formrd a to partnership. HTJIMtPITItEYK ofe X&XSSrSa-XHr, Real Estate Agent,-*. So. 91 S. Spring St.. near \adeau Hotel. JO. Property bosght, sold, exchanged .nit rented. No oemminion charged unless • 8»leI. eHeeted through our efforts. A ah.r. of public patronage U rospectiull) solicited, set lm H. SLOTTERBECK, Sportsmen's Headparters, Temple Block, Opposite United States Hotel, Dealer In all English aud American Latest Im- proved Treble-Wedge Fast and Ilammerlesa Breech-Loading Shotguns, WL\\\\\mm\\mmm\ AlflO, latest HU< jfjfl BBsssssssssfl BssssssssSßtw Choke-boring and Repairing of guns a specialty. AU work dona in beat style, speaking for itself and leaving no need tor self- sf^^fc^sP^ praise. Santa Monica Hotel, A SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT. I ■ A Pirai-Claaa Hetet ol en room, oo ;h. Win? overlooking tho Oman, 10 mile. It ran (rom Los Anf.ni Good «urt balbine a»wy mouth In tbe y»ar. Large Ulh Hoasw on th. IWK J. W. SCOn PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES. Jv.lTti MISCELLANEOUS. A NEW . Jel Black hi • The Best in the Market, Writes Black and Flows Freely For sale by P. LAZARUS, j.vir. |aa The iLeadlns Ntal loner J. F. HARRISON. ll E. DK'hs.'N HARRISON & DICKSON, - f ooden&Wiowware, Brooms, Brushes, Cord age, etc. 990 Front St., San Francisco, I and ' 't'tl Los Angeles St.. Los Angeles sutltl L M. GRIFFITH & CO., Lumber Dealers, ALAMEDA BTRKHiT, , lielwceii MaOJ asld Chavez sir,. ' • ' DOORB, WINDOW*, BLINDS, BHINGLKk POSTS, LATHS, SUA X ICS, IIAIH, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC ETC. ; Mders, Attention. We hato purchased from tho Colton Lime Co. 1,500 barrels of FIEST - CLASS LIME I Which we offer in bulk in lots to suit at SI 05, and specie! price for large lots. BCOFIELD & TEVIB, 207 North Los Angeles Street. augl9 lm ANGELICA BAKERY. 400 First Street. J. M. LIIEZ, proprietor. Families supplied with bread, cakes, pies, etc., of the best quality. Orders solicited. tu .\i lm A CARD. I commend to the citixens of Los Angeles and vicinity ami my former patrons and friends in particular F. De W. Cratik, M. D., with whom I have pruteaoionally saeocUted. je24tf J. C. KIRKPATRICK. M. D. THE TIPTON STABLES. No. 17 Allso Street. C CKLBF., W. P. UEINZEH, Proprhrtor. Manner. Livery and Feed Stables. Carriages and Baggies for Hire. Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Aloath at reasonable rates. A continuance of former patronage sßfccited. mSD lot ! A COMMON-SENSE REMEDY SALICYLICA! No More Rheumatism, Gout, or Neuralgia. . MKMATE RELIEF WARRANTED, PfisTMAsUIT CURE GUARANTEED. Five years established and never known to fail in s> single case, acute or chronic, lief ..r to ati prominent physicians and drug gists for the standing of Sahcyltcs.. sffflOUlT s THE ONLY DISSOLVEK OF THE POISONUUH URIC ACID WHICH EXISTS IN THE BLWD OK KHKI'MATIt; AND GOUTY PATIENTS. HAUCYI.It \ is known as a common sense remedy; because it strikes directly at the oaaee of ItheunMtlsm, Gout and Neuralgia, while so many so-called specifics and supposed pauacoas only treat locally the effects. ft has been cones led by eminent scientists that outward applications, such as i übbing w Ith oils, ointments, liniments and soothing lotion*, will not eradicate theae diseases, which are the resuli of tbe poisoning of the blood with Uric Acid. HALH YLK A works with man clous ef feet on this acid, and so n moves the disorder. It Is now exclusively used by all celebrated physi cians of America and Em«pc. Medical Academy of Paris reports iSper ceat cures In three days. that HAUCYUCA is a certain cure for KlseMusitciHiH, 4,out and Wenrnlffla. Ths most Intense pains arc subdued almost Give It a trial. Relief gUArantcod or otency vs. fuiadetL thousands of testimonials cent; on *i'plication i-l A BOi. rj bOXES Full *:>. fttcot free b> mail on receipt of money. Ask Your Druggist for It. But do not be deluded into Ukiog tmiUtlom ot substitutes, or something recommendod as "imjt as good \" Insist on the genuine with the name of WASHBtUN 4 00. on each box, srMcfa ia guarwitcSd pure under our signature, an tDdlspeusabla to insure suc-e.-s in tht' treatment. Take no other, or send to us. WASHBUEN & CO., Props, •f*7 Uroadwiy, ear. Reade tat„ \. V mar IK lyJit* OIL HOUSE. Scofieldt&Tevis CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPOR TATION CO. B. A. EDWARDS, Manazer. Importer, .nd .nd dealers In Paints, White Lm«l, Turpentine, Ulaas, lllutninatiniE and Ln brictinit Oils, etc., etc. NO. 23 LOS ANOELES STREET, LOS ANOELES, CAUFOBJtIA. .pit! PONET & ORR, ÜBSERTAKERSS EMS ALNESS, «C Main Htrect. Fjnb.tbr.iiia lor Shipping a SpecbUt,. We don't Rl SO per omt. less Umvi other houses, but the public will he sat b.ao.l on Inquiring that our price, .re Lower than Any Other House In the Cltr And SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Telephono connection with .tor. ami resiilenc ntrSltf O. WJHAAH, SEAL ESTATE OFFCE, Room if Temp). Block, Onwn Jcancs Lisa's Cocrt al 8m Professor Louis Adams, Who has asd twenty-seven yeers experl«ice as a, teacher, vrlll |rive Season* in the French Language 1 at his oOos, No. U Baker Block, or at pupil 1 , rw ideneo, on rnotlerate torrns. Roference.: Mr. CIU.M Meyer. French lk.n.ul. Hiss StOMuan. J. M. OrßSth, Mrs, Biabop Kip, O. A DoMsKn. .nd away other. jyts in NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BRIGHT Comes to the front with a surprise announcement for fear that some one ma)' 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 IJuught of Pulaski & Sons at 50 cents on tho dollar. Ant. in addition to their stock ho has a mammoth stock bought of Smith, Jones k Co., of Kansas City. Mo., who failed with a fresh sto. k of Staph? and Fancy Dry (.oods, which was bought by agent in St. Lorn*, Mo. Stock amounting to 9:21,000 waa bought for cash for 910,000, nnd will bo sold huro at L'O per cent, less than same goods can be bought. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS I Table Damaek, ..11 Linen, 50 ota per yard;6oo dozen Napkins 40 cts to $2.50 pur dozen. Oood Towels from 6to 50 cents. Linen crash at from sto 15 cents a yard. 5,000 YARDS SUMMER DRESS GOODS At ft oenta to 7ft cents per yard. Wool Dress Oooils at a great sacrifice a. onr ntock is too large in that line. Lace Curtaius 10 tv 45 cents a yanl. Collar, and tic. at hall price to close down the stock. Laddies', Misses' and Children's Hose for from oto 50 cent.. Men's Hose, 3to 25 centß. Corsets 2ft cents to SI. — —o The Largest Stock of RIBBONS, At less than New York wholesale prices. A large stock of MXsST'S BEATS 10 cts and upward. Also a large stock of Ladies' and Children's Hats, At less price than any placo West. » Ladies' aud Children's SHOES AT COST! To Close out the Stock, and ten thousand other Articles too> Numerous to Mention. CALL AND EXAMINE THE STOCK AND PRICES. JT. O. BRIGHT. 239 Main Street. wtf ss^Ps^Js^j WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THI CEOORAPHV OP THIS COUNTRY. WU SU BY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THS Rock & R^r, Being tha Oreat Central Line, affords to travelers, by reason of tea uwrtvakw tw graphical position, the shortest and beat route between the Bast, Northeast and Southeast, and the West, Northwest and Southwest. It la literally and strictly true, that its connections are as of tho principal Unas of road between the Atlantic and tha Pact/to. By its main line and brnnchos It reaches Chicago, Juliet, Peoria, Ottawa, La Salle, Oeneeeo, Molina and Rock Island, in Illinois i Davenport, Muscatine. Washington, Keokuk, Knoxvlila, Oskalooea, Fairfield, De. Moines, West Liberty, lowa City. Atlantic, A.oca, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Center and Council Bluffs, In lowa | Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, In Missouri, and Leaven* worth and Atchlaon In Kansas, and the hundreds ot cities, villages and towna intermediate. Tha "GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE," As it is familiarly called, offers to travelers all the advantages and comforts incident to a smooth track, safe bridges. Union Depots at all connecting ra.'"s, Fast Espress Trains, composed of COMMODIOUS, WELL VENTILATED. WELL HEATED. FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHES I a lln .o. tfw MOST MAGNIFICENT NORTON RECLINING CHAIR CARS ever built s PULLMAN'S letest designed and handsomest PALACE SLEEPING CARS, and DINING CARS that ore acknowledged fey prese and people to ba the FINEST RUN UPON ANY ROAD IN THE COUNTRY, and In which superior meats are served to travelers at the low rate of SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH. THREE TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and the MISSOURI RIVER. TWO TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL, via the famous ALBERT LEA ROUTE. A New and Direct Line, via Seneca and Kankakee, has recently been opened, between Newport Ne«s, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and La Fayette, and Council Bluffs, St. Paul, Minneapolis and intermediate points. All Through Passengers carried on Fast Espress Trains. For more detailed information, sea Maps and Folders, which may be obtained, as well aa Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States ami Canada, or est R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JOHN, Vloa-Pres't A OanM Manager, Can') T'k't at Pasa'r Ac's CHICAGO- Formulas for Cement Pipe. tartiee iafieraettd are invited to tnbaot to trie Coot-el ot the i.tty ol Lee Anirelee tocmebe loe uoneal plfe, with tee pake for tlideront mwm ol pipe, foe the edontioa by *etd Cooneii of the eaet I .'inula. By order oi Uie Coaaetl ef the I liy of Loe Are. re!« at ite aijetiae of Sopce.,,l ••. '•>. A. I). LOS). W »" HOUIKSuIt, Clerk ai tie Council. | Cat .inrilia, Sepewbox «. una. ata at Montana Meat Market, j Tho Pioneer Met net or thin CttT !«• HAIR STREET. NEAR riRST 1 Keep* oa head tbe bast (set, TeaL reek. Mat lea. Bah Jfeafa ami ah head* wf Vaeveee Uuate (Wirerwt lo all parte of the city A. EX A Si'K. ■ .r»e#iiim. NO. 16.