Los Angeles Daily Herald
Pablished every morning, except Monday, hy
JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
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ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at reasonable rates
£9*Alt kinds of Job Work done to compete with
*'.<■ Francisco In price, style and elegance of
must important part uf the article relates
to his asaociation with Buchanan during
the hut three months of his ad
ministration. The differences be
tween them are described. Much of
the inner history that preceded
is in forcible and entertaining words.
The important feature of this article is
Judge Black's dramatic story of the
Cabinet crisis in 1860, which is given in
fail. He defines the scope of Buchan
an's reply to South Carolina's committee
and wbv he waa going to leave the Cabt*
net. His ultimatum to the President at
that moment is giveu in full. His
reason for this was that his time was at
hand. Things never before published
are herein outlined. It tells of Buchan
an's position upon secession and denies
that his letter to tbe South Carolina
Commission acknowledged the right of
tbe State to secede, The article places
.fudge Black in a new light before the
Pahpelcna, Spain, Sept. 9. -A Span
ish sergeant and four soldiers raised tho
standard on the frontier, proclaiming
tbe republic, after' which they fled to
*'a ita Wants Liberty.
Nsw Yokk, September 10.—A Star
cat'leu ram from Madiirf says: S|taiiisb
j official* state that a very important din
jcovr-ry has been made iv connection witli
the rtcent Emeate in Cuba, having for
I its object the freedom of the island from
j Spanish control.
! The tlernian Hqnutlran in China,
j Berlin, Sept. 10—The Oerman Ad
i miralty has sent orders to Ad niral
J Uoetz, commanding the German squad
j rou in the East, to concentrate his yes
! sels at Hong Kong and then proceed to
| tbs different treaty poils. His display
of the Uetnun flat;, it is expected, will
have a salutary effect on tbe natives in
view of the possibilities of another out
break against foreigners*
London, Sept. O.—A dispatch from
Vienna says: The leaders of the Anti-
Magyar agitation in Croatia induced the
peasant* to believe that the attacks on
Hungarian* meets the approval of the
authorities at Vienna and that the Aus
trian soldii ri have been forbidden to
use arms against the Croatians.
Vienna, Sept. 10.—The lower classes
iv this city are in a state of ferment,
which is considerably increased by
socialistic agitation*. A copy of Herr
Most's paper, tbe Frcihe.it, was found
njM.n one of the agitators.
(SPECIAL TO TUB HER ALL..!
The State Fair.
Sacramento, Sept. 10.— The Stat*
Fair opeui to-day wnb every prospect uf
Ita being • greater siccess than any yet
held, the new pavilion being better ar
ranged aud giving greater accommoda
"A Fallen tttar" nad "aonndlnn;
San Francisco, Sept. 10.—The paa
tora of many of the churches in this city
last night severely criticised Henry
Ward Beeeher and hia doctrine*. Some
of tbem describe him as "a fallen church
star." Others characterise him as noth
ing better than "sounding brass and a
tinkling cymbal." Others again claimed
that hie doctrine of evolution presents
root kief and that all that he advances
has been long ago told by men of greater
intelligence than he possesses.
An an leal o a Day-Armenian Iraml
Has Francisco, Sept. 10.—Business
throughout the city is suspended iv
celebration of Admission Day. The
prominent event is the exonr?iou of the
Society of California Pioneers to Monte
rey. The Territorial Pioneers give an
entertainment this evening.
Another band of Armenians have ar
rived to settle in the Fresno colony.
There were twenty-eight in all, men,
women and children. They have been
selected for their knowledge of raisin
caring. Tbey leave to-day for Freeno
where an Armenian colony hat been
New York, Sept 10.— The steamship
Nevada brought six hundred and eighty
two Mormons. Eaoh of the immigrants
paid hie ocean peerage over, and the
majority have money to establish them
selves iv the United States. They will
locate in sixteen towns in Utah.
Tha Wonderful Wire*.
New York, Sept. 10.—The Herald
says: Tiie last rail laid yeaterday on the
Northern Pacific Railroad was attached
to the Western Union wire running into
the branch office at No. 8 broad street,
and when Vilfard waa driving the spike
the blowa of his hammer were repeated
ia tLie city on the telegraph instruments.
Aa Xx parte View,
Chicago, Sept. 10 A Tribune's
Washington special says: Governor
Charles Foster, of Ohio, arrived here
to-night. He says there is not the
slightest question about tbe result of
the election of Foraker by a hand *imo
majority. The Republican party
throughout the State in in perfect har
mony and succees ia certain.
Travel on Lake Huron.
(Wall Street News.)
A passenger ou a. small steamer run
ning ul og the American shore of Lake
Huron hunted out the Captain and said:
"Captain, the mate is drunk." "Yes, I
presume so," was tbe reply. "That's
his greatest fault—be will get drank."
Pretty soou tbe passenger returned with
farther news. He had found tbat the
chief engineer had accidentally been left
behind. "Oh, well." replied the Cap
tain, "some of the Bremen will put her
through all right." In the coarse of half
an hoar the passenger discovered tbat
the boat was overloaded, short handed
and leaking, and he returned to the
Captain and reporter, and added: "I
expect nothing less than to be blown ap
before w* reach Lexington." "My
friend," said the Captain, in a fatherly
way, "that's your only chance. We
won't have a storm, the mate is sobering
ap, the boys have gone down to stop tbe
leak, and if we can't blow you up and
settle with your widow for about $350,
I'm afraid you'll live for several years
yet I'll go down and see if there ia any
chance for an explosion."
Wealth Acquired by Fraud.
Fatal t'avlsis of a Mlnr.
Henry Study, on dying at Ransom,
111., baa left a strangely acquired fortune
of $65,000. He was a cripplo from
birth. At the close of the war be
dunned the uniform of a soldier, made
np a pathetic story of having been
wounded iv battle, and went on a tour
as a beggar. He wa« wonderfully ruc
cesaful, by reason of his clever talk and
miserable appearance, and in three years
accumulated the snm mentioned. He
ever afterward lived idly on the interest.
Dkadwooii, Sept. 10—An cxtr-nrive
cave has occurred in the Highland mine.
Tbe entire south end of the main slope
fell iv, imprisoning three mineis, named
Powers, Johnson and Mosier. The three
men were confined in a very narrow
space by hundreds of tons of ore. John
son reached the surface last evening un
injured. When tbe cave occurred he
took refuge in the powder house drift,
from which point he worked his way
through eighty-three test of ore by the
use of giant powder at the risk of his
life from falling rock and snff.ioation.
His escape was miraculous. Relief
parties continued to work removing the
ore until 4:30 o'clock this afternoon,
whan tbey reached the bodies of Meater
and Powers, both terribly mangled.
Well Merited Panlehsaent.
Gainstille, Tex., Sept. 9 --C. D.
Sharps haa been found guilty of assault
ing Amanda Clarke, aged 13. The jury
assessed tbe puuisbment at death.
Sharps op Tuesday got fifty years for
outraging Amanda'a sister, Emma, aged
15. He had been living as the hus
band with their mother until the latter
died, last January. The second night,
after the funeral Shnrpe com pel led Km
ma to submit to his lust and on various
occasions after outraged In r and Aman
da. A great deal of feeling was mani
fested in the courtroom during th*- trial.
Many cheered loudly when the District-
Attorney made the closing speech. The
prisoner was nut brought out of the jail
to bear his sentence, as lynching was
freely spoken of.
Henry Irving is to be the gneat of W.
H. Vanderbilt. ami in the Vanderbilt
mansion up town a suite of rooms is be
fog prepared especially for the actor.
Mr. living's sitting-room will front
Fifth avenue, and he will have A study,
a toilet room and a bed-room. A large
mirror haa been purehaaod especially for
his use, tbat he may study and poee be
fore it. This was one of hn r. f|ne>ts to
Mr. Vanderbilt, who will do all power
to make it pleasant for his guest.
THE FINK3T HOTEL IN MOUTHBBN
HAMMKL A OENKER, Proprietors.
This i. the only reliably hotel, it sit
uatert in the center of the city of Loo AnycUa,
contain, nearly a hnntlred .paciou. ana airy
rooms, newly rurnirSaln the most comfortable
style. Rooms In suttoTfor familne and parties on
every floor, with hot and oold hatha
THE TABLE will always be furnl.hcd with the
best supplies thot can be procured In the market.
A FKKE COACH Is always on hand to oarry
troest. to the house.
No pains spared to make guests oomfortable
A LARUE READINO ROOM open night and
mvlTtf A. H. DRNKRR.
V. OOIj, Proprietor,
fJIWNT BLOCK, - MAM STRICT.
Reodres allrs and serves up every day* the
ohoiceat FISH, Inohnting SOLE, TL'RBOT and
Ma BOLis the escluslve oonslitnec of the cel
ebrated FKOMAOE UK BRIE, whion ouly be
1 had at this restaurant..
RPRINO CHICKENS, Just in from the hchea
. oooked in 6very style.
This restaurant Is Los Arareles's Delinonloo.
f earn I
; Central House,
SANTA MONICA, CAIFORNIA.
Parties srtshlray Lunches will be Supplied on
, Shortest Notice.
Pleasant drives on the beach; convenient to
nash house; surl bathing; Hot and Cold, Krosh
1 and Salt Baths; Free Carriage to and from Cars;
, Centrully located, and every attention paid to
the comfort and convenience of guests.
. MAST et nOl/T»H<»rssßH.
; A SPLENDID INVESTMENT FOR A
! SMALL CAPITAL.
A good paying business and stock of good* in
l the town of Ban Bernardino, The stand ia on*
. of ths best tn the city, being only two doors frotn
■ the new Opera House, and four doors from th*
1 Pestofnce, on the main business street. The
I owner offers for sale for no other reason but that
1 he Intends returning to his old home in Europe
I on a visit ot a year aad more. For particulars
1 addrsas F. A. NISBCT, County Clerk's offlce, Ban
' Bernardino, Cal. see lm
Hyperborean Harvest* nay*),
St. Paul, Sept. 9.—There wee a
heavy frost laet uight. Tbe reports in
dicate that damage is done to corn in
all parts of the State, especially near
tbe Manitoba road and the Sioux City
division of tbe St. Paul and Omaha
road. The acreage of corn is compara
tively small, however. The loss will
not be very severe.
Reports from Steele county, Minn.,
are to the effect that the frost last night
destroyed the entire corn crop in that
oonnty. To-night it is clear and cold
and will cause further damage. loe
formed a quarter of an inch thick. There
was no damage to corn In the vicinity of
Marshalltown, la., from tbe frost last
night. At River Falls, Wis., tbe black
frost killed tho entire sorghum crop and
otner perishable crops, including the
corn, which was ruined. At Ban Claire,
Wis,, tbe frost was general throughout
the country, totally destroying the
corn. Ths farmers will feel the effect
The rraaea-Cfclneae Dege of War.
Hono Kosio, Sept. 10 —It is rented
that the Chinese are erecting defenses
between Canton and tbe mouth of the
liver. Tbe question here now is not
will there be war, but when and wbere
will It begin ?
Frean «-hr.nl*. In the UraveyaroV.
Philadelphia, Bept. 10.—The Press
to-morrow will print a seven column
article giving Judge Black's posthumous
reply to Jeff Davis'recent attack upon
him. It oomes in the shape of an in
terview with tbe great jurist by Frank
A. Burr, ef tbe Press staff, a personal
friend of Judge Blaok, and had just be
fore tbe Judge was taken sick. It is
fully authenticated and deals with a
most important subject; The response
to Davis' criticisms forms hut a small
part of the paper. Judge Black main
tains fait former opinion in rela
tion to tbe secessionists and ts
very severe upon the acts of the ex-Con*
federate President and those who acted
with him. He asserts that Davis was
talking peace and planning war; and
always trying to get Buchanan to yield
to the demands of the secessionists. The
LOS ANGELES. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. IL 188.*.-WITH SUPPLEMENT.
! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
j FALL CAMPAIGN!
New Goods at Bottom Prices,
ABEBNBTHY & 00.
Are now receiving their first lind alment of Winter Goods, consisting of
Gents', Youths', Boys' und Children's
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
They also carry a complete line of
HATS AND CAPS. TKUNKS, VALISES, &C,
which they arc determined to sell as cheap as they can and live. Give them a call. Don't forget
the place, J
73 worth spxtiara srzrßxixinr,
one door south of Preuss ft Pironi's Drug Store. au2s lm
Gold Fillings, from the smallest to entire Crowns, made with
Gold, guaranteed to stand the test of time and use.
Dr. Smith has recently invented and constructed an apparatus that in one t*c< ond will make
the most aching teeth and the most inflamed gums as insensible ns a atone. This wonderful process
render* teeth extracting* In all cases, children and adults, Nfe
ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS AND HARMLESS.
MWXe habla Eapanol, on parle Francais, and English spoken. ees
"CHAPMAN & PAUL
TINWARE, HARDWARE, CANS, CROCKERY AND CLASSWARE.
Roofing and General Jobbing Executed Promptly.
1»* 14 Commercial St.. . I.oa Vn,H. . < al
Sot.- agent* In Lot Angeles lor Ifatrr'. Ideal Rnaffs and Mlaflonrl l-'ot. nd ry
Mtajvenand Kanarro, oist. Lou... Also the American Vapor tt'ooklnc H.ovc. the
Ktmweoa and ftluriMOn RanffS, and a number of other leading cooking and heating
stove., which cannot he exoeltod for e'-onoruy in fuel and durability
PIPE-WORK A BPECIALTY.
Call and Inspect Oor Stock and Prices.
R. W. PRIDHAM i^fllC^HOV
PAPER RULER. J \L™.
Blank Book Manufacturer.
Paper Boxes of all Sizes Manufactured to Order.
MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, MUSIC AND ILLUSTRATED WORKS BOUND
AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
Son. 'JO and 8* NorOi Spring Street, Opposite Franklin.
WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL DEALER IN
MPORTED AND DOMESTIC CICARS, CHEWINC& SMOKING TOBACCO, 1
CH.ARKTTP.H, PI.AVOU < AR.I.H. ETC..
Bios. 100 «103 S. Spring Street, Cor. Market. l.os Angele*. CM. !
FRESH IMPORTED CIOARB A SPECIALTY.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE. jr23ff
Xos. 197. 105. m, 101 Commercial and '»«'> Los An
geles Street, los axgei.es city.
(Honae Ketabllahcit IfMO.)
G. L. MESNAGER & CO., (
(Successors to VACHE FRERES & OO.)
WINE & BRANDY MAKERS,
Offer for sale to the Wholesale and Retail Trade
One Hundred Thousand Gallons of Pure Old California Wines of I
All K. nds and drape Brandies Hade by Themselves, Also
KEEP ON ND THE FINEST BRANDS Of WHISKIES DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
All persons in search of Pure and Healthy Old California Wines ahouM give them a call.
M- W. OHILDS,
NO. 21 LOS ANOELES ST.
Dealer in Stoves, Ranges, Hardware, Agrionllnral Implement.., Koroe and Lift
Pnmpa, Rubber Hose, Crockery and Glassware, Iron and Lead Pipe. Sole Agent
for ttie Superior Stoves and Ranges, manufactured by Bridge* Beach Manufactur
ing Co., St. Louis, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware aud
Artesian Well Pipe. Plumbing in all ita branches done to order with neatness and
dispatch. fyS] tf
A. L. DERUY. „. c . WILEY.
BRUNSWICK BILLIARD PARLORS.
WILEY & BERRY.
THE FINEST BILLIARD SALOON WEST of CHICAGO.
The latest and most A PHwfi.'CTl.y 1
ThMc. All the i_HP APPOINTED .
ply nonpareil. ■ 1 1,1 ■WJl* S«™ U A. R.
JOKES BLOCK, Immediately adjoining the "Herald" otHoe, Second Floor. ,
WHOLESALK AND RETAIL
DEALER IN WINES
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET, BETWEEN SPRING AND MAIN,
Jet Black Ink,
. The Best in the Market,
WritCD Black and Flow- Freely
JvlM.ll The I.end Intt sttut inner
J. F. HARRISON. G E. DICKSON
HARRISON & DICKSON,
Brooms, Brashes, Cord
-fin Front St., Han Francisco.
'WI Los Angeles St.. l.o*\uitv\v>
, J"'» Kl _
J. M. GRIFFITH & 00,
Between Macy and Chavez titrM ■
PLASTER OP PARIS, ETC ETC.
We have purehaaod from the Colton Lime Co.
1,600 barrels of
FIRST - CLASS LIME!
Which we offer in bulk in lots to suit at SI 65,
and special price for large lots.
SCOFIELD A TEVIB,
SOT North Lou Angeles Street.
409 First Ntrert.
J. M I.IIKZ, proprietor. Families supplied
with bread, cakes, pies, etc., of the bast quality.
Orders solicited. m' 29 lm
I commend to the citizens of Los Angeles and
vicinity and my former patrons and friends in
particular F. De W. Crank, M. D., with whom I
have professionally associated.
Je2«f J. C. KIRKPATRICK, H. D.
No More Rheumatism, Gout,
IMMEDIATE RELIEF WARRANTED.
PERMANENT CURE GUARANTEED.
Five years established and never known to fail in
a single case, acute or chronic. Kcfcr ta
all prominent physicians and drujr-
Kists for the standing- of
THE ONLY DISSOLVED OF THE POISONOUS
URIC ACID WHICH EXISTS IN THE BLOOD
OF RHEUMATIC AND GOUTY PATIENTS.
MAMfJVLHA ta known as a common
sense remedy; because it strikes directly at the
caase of Kheumatlam, Gout and Nouralgia, while
so many so-callod ■peciflcs and supposed panaceas
only treat locally the effects.
It haa been conceded by eminent scientists that
outward applications, such as rubbiiis: with oils,
ointments, liniments and soothing lotions will
not eradicate these diseases, which are the result
of tiie poisoning of the blood with Uric Acid.
MA1.14 YLI4 A works with manel-ns ef
fect on this acid, and so removes the disorder. It
ia now exclusively used by all celebrated physi
cians of America and Europe. Highest Medical
Academy of Paris reports 05 per cent cures in
that MAUCYItICA is a certain cure for
RhenmotiMm. Wont and N**urnlela.
The most intense pains are subdued almost
Give it a trial. Relief guaranteed or money re-
Thousands of testimonials sent on application.
•1 A BOX. ti BOXES Foil *S. Sent free bj
mail on receipt of money.
Ask Your Druggist for It.
But do not be deluded into taking Imitations 01
substitutes, or something recommended aa "lust
as good !" insist on the genuine with the name
of WASHBURN x Co. oa each box, which iti
guarsnteed chemically purs under our signature,
an indispensable requisite to insure succok* in the
treatment. Take no other, or send to us.
WASHBURN & CO., Props.
*H7 RroaflTvny. oor. H*>no> St., X. V
CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPOR
B. A. EDWARDS. Manager.
Importers and and dealers In Paints, vyhite
Lead, Turpentine, Glass, Uluminatlmr and Lu
bricating Oil,, etc, etc.
NO. 23 LOS ANGELES STREET,
LOS ANOELES, CALIFORNIA. apltf
PONET & ORR,
UNDERTAKERS A EMBALMERS,
sM Main Hired.
Embalming- for Shipping a Specialty.
We don't sell SO per cent, less than
other houses, hut ths public will ho sat
isfied on Inquiring that our prices are
Lower than Any Other House
In the City
And SATISFACTION GUARANTEED,
telephone connection with store ami
Grand auction sale of one hundred and four
Raiubouillei Bucks and Ewes, the
Only Pure Merinos in the
Will he sold at poblie auction, without reserve, on
WcdncMtJay, September I&th,
1888, at 0:30 A. M., at the Sheep Yard, SOS Aoe
quia street, opposite Castonola's (frocerv store-,
104 KamboDlllet HarkH and Kwes,
of the importation of V-orr, M«q.
These Bucks and Ewes are well known, ami
sheep raisers will do well to attend the dale.
PETPTPAIN * LKA, Auctioneers,
, ssafJW San Antonio Texas.
I hereby give notice that I will on the ssth dar
of September, A. D. 1889, apply to the RegMer
of the State Land Offlce, at Sacramento, for the
issuing of a dupllcateof purchase No. 7870, Issued
March 4th, I*Bo, to Robert N. 0. Wiles*, on loca
tion No. 1739, for the west ft of See S6, T. 4 S ,
R. 16 West, s. B. M., said certificate of purchase
having lw*n lost, or destroyed without aver hav
ing conic Into my poaseatlon.
au» ROBRRT X. C. WILSON.
Joseph Murtagh &l)o.,
40 NORTH MAIN STREET,
Will commence on Monday, August ?oih, a
Or all Spring and Summer (.nods.
The above goods MUST and WILL t> a sold regard
less of cost in order to make room for their Fall Stock.
75-cent Dress (.'oods Marked Down to 8. I ••! cents.
50-eent Dress (.oods Marked Down to H cents.
87 1-2 cent Dress Goods Marked Down to '20 cents.
2»-ccnt Dress Coods Marked Down to Vi i-'i cents.
I.Vceiil Dress Goods Marked Down to 7 1-2 cents.
And other lines of goods in proportion.
Gents' Furnishing (roods Greatly Reduced,
JOSEPH MURTAGH & CO.,
40 N. MAIN STREET.
Great Clearance Sale
FUR N ITU RE&GAR P ETS
BAEKEE & ALLEN'S
We offer our immense stock at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room for our tall im
portation!. Call and tret prices, and sec that we mean business.
NOS. 322,324 AND 326 N. MAIN STREET,
mitf Next to Pico lfonar.
PREPARED FROM WINTER WHEAT, Con
taining all the nutritious elements of that
grain, and is the best food made for invalids
and children. It is a twich cooked pood, ready
for immediate table use, and yet will keep in a
dry place for year, unaltered in quality. Un
-•qualed as a diet for cartes of nervous exhaus
tion and debility, constipation and dyspepsia,
lias been tested for years by Pr. J. C. Jackson,
in our Home Hvgenic Institute, upon all
classes of invalldi, with remarkable success.
It ia one of the cheapest foods in use, a pound
of it containing more 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
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
P. «>. Roi S3S. nn north (spring Ht . Loa Angele*
ANTOINK CHARVOZ. CLOVIB BAYLE.
A. CHARVOZ & CO.,
California Wines & Brandies,
French and other Foreign Wines and Liqueurs.
ALSO, SYRUPS, VINEGAR, CIQARS, ETC.
The Best California Olaret to be Found in the Market.
DEPOT FOB Til F. CRLERR %TKD WANHIVUTOX nil INK K>
Goods delivered or shijfp-ed to any part of the United States.
No. 30 ALISO STREET, LOS ANOELES. CALIFORNIA.
HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN,
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE
John F. Humphreys, late of Leadvillp, Colorado, formerly of St. Louis, Missouri, dealer in Rea,
IM it* [or tli. pi.si uv,-nt> v ears, and |t*f«n« Hifrsdn late of the firm of John Higgin A Son, dealer
in Real Estate in St. Louis for many years, have formed a io-partnership.
HUMPHREYS «flto RXG^O-XZtT,
Real Estate Agents, Xo. £7 S. Spring St., nrar Nadeau Hotel.
Property bought, sold, exchanged and rented. No commission changed unless a sale is effected
through oor efforts.
A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. s*£ lm
Sportsmen's Headparters, Temple Block,
Opposite United States Hotel,
IValer in all English aud American Latest in;
proved Treble- Wedge Kant and Hammmrless
Cholce-boriug and Repairing
guns a specialty.
All work done Bpeaking
for il»«lf and leaving no need tor self- .^a^^r"
Santa Monica Hotel,
A SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT.
A Fin%t>nasJN Hotel ot en rooms on ;iie bluff overlooking tho Ocean, IA miles by ran
from Un Angles. Good surf bathing evury in .nth in ihe year. Large fteth Houses on the Bcaeh
directly In front of the Hotel; furnish Hot or Cold, Salt and Freah Water Hatha. Tourist* ahonM
not fall to vhM this delightful reaort- Trains leavu i*h Augeles at 030 A. M an.l f. 00 1' M Leav.-
Santa Monica at 7 15 A. M. and 3 P. M.
J. W. SCOn PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES.
Comes to the front with a surprise announcemet.. for fear
that some one may not find out that he is in i.i fl ant
rank with better bargains than any other he West.
Having not quite sold out the nice stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Bought of Pulaski & Nuns at 50 cents on the dollar. And in additior to their stock
he has a mammoth stock bought of Smith, Jones & Co., of X i-as City, "1
Mo., who failed with a fresh stock of Staple and Fancy Dr. Ouods,
which was bought by agent in St. Louis, Mo. Stock amounting
to 9*21,000 was bought for cash for $10,000, and will be sold
here at 20 per cent, less than snme goods can be bought.
Table Damask, all Linen, 50 cts. perVSnbOO dozen Napkins
40 cts to $2.50 per dozen. Good Towels from 6to 50 cents.
Linen crash at from sto 15 cents a yard.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
At 5 cents to 75 cents per yanl. Wool Dress Goods at a great sacrifice as our
stock is too large in that line.
Lace Curtains 10 to 45 oents a yard. Collars and ties at half price to close
down the stock. Laddies', Misses' and Children's Hose for from sto SO cents.
Men's Hose, sto 25 cents. Corsets 25 cents to $1.
The Largest Stock of
At lent than New York wholesale prices. A large stock of
JML EN'S XXA-I-S
10 Cts and upward. Alio a largo stock of
Ladies' and Children's Hats,
At less price than any place Weat.
Ladies' and Children's
SHOES AT COSTI
To Close out the Stock, and ten thousand other Articles too -■
Numerous to Mention.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE STOCK AND PRICES.
*?„ O. BRIGHT.
239 Main Street.
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THK GEOGRAPHY Of THIS COUNTRY, WMJ.
SEE OV EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THK
Beltiß tha Great Central Line, affords to travelers, by reason of It* unrivaled geo
graphical position, the shortest and beat route between the Ea.t, Mortfieaet and
Southeast, and the Wost, Northwest and Southwest.
It Is literally and strict!, true, that Ita connections are all of the principal lines
of road between the Attantto and the Pacific.
■y Ita main line and branches it reaches Chicago, Jonet, Peoria. Ottawa.
La Salle, Geneeeo, Mollne and Rook i.iand. In Illinois; Oasenport, Muscatine,
Washington, Keokuk, Knosvllle, Oskaloosn, Fairfield, Dcs Molnss, West Liberty,
lowa City, Atlantic, Avoca. Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Center and Oounoll Bluffs.
In lowa | Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, In Missouri, and Leasers*
worth and Atchison In Kansas, and ths hundred* of cities, villages and towns
"GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,"
As It Is familiarly called, offers to travelers all the advantage, and comforts
Incident to a smooth track, safe bridges, Union Depots at all connecting points.
Fast Esprese Trains, composed of OOMMODIOUS, WELL VENTILATED. WELL
HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHES • a line of the
MOST MAGNIFICENT HORTON RECLINING CHAIR OARS ever built: PULLMAN'S
latest designed and handsomest PALACE SLEEPING OARS, and DINING OARS
that are acknowledged by press and people to be the FINEST RUN UPON ANY
ROAD IN THE COUNTRY, and In whloh superior meals are served to travelers at
the low rate Of SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS EAOH.
THRKK TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and the MISSOURI RIVKR.
TWO TRAINS eaoh way between OHIOAOO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
via ths famous *
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
A New and Direct Line, vie Seneca and Kankakee, haa recently been opened,
between Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indlanapolte and La Fayette,
and Council Bluffs, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Intermediate points.
All Through Passengers carried on Fast Espress Trains.
Por mor. detailed information,, cc Maps nnd Folders, whloh may be obtained, as
well as Tickets, at all principal Ticket Office, in the United State, and Canada, or ot
R. S. CABLE, C. ST. JOHN,
Vloe-Pres't A Oen'l Manager, Oen'l T'k't a, Pasa'r Ag't
Montana Meat Market.
The Pioneer Market of this Cti">
144 MAIN STIIEKT, HK\R KIRST.
KoeM on hend the belt Beef, Veal, Punt, KM
too, Salt Meet, .ml .11 Had. of Saaauje*
«""» JeHrcted to all part, uf th. d«r.
, _ lA. FftAKCK,
NEW HOWE AND HOUSEHOLD
The beat In the market. Have all the latest
Improvement., oral a. labor aarera are unrlrailed.
Price, •>» tor either.
H. BLOTTKRBIOK, AOKNT,
Nr.. 11l NORTH MAIN ST., ~lipn.li U.
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