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VOL. XX. DAILY H Kit AH). Published every morniiiK. except Mti.day, *'» JOSEPH D. LYNCH. TERMS FOB DAILY HERALD: P.r.nnum.b.vrnallor.*p«i» «7.0r, Six months, by nun or eMireas «.«> Three month. • ,-■ ;• " w Diutmh. iy Ctuim, «k Wmk. lw. WEEKLY HEHALD. Pll.LII.Blil) EV>«r SATOMAt MoMII>» TERMS: One year, br mull «r exprtw., one oopy »3.0 C Six month., by mail or expreaa 1 76 Thru, months, by mall ot expree, 1.00 A.DVKHTISKMENTB inaorUid at reasonable rate, kiwj. ot Job Work done to compete with 8 ii KraniilSJo in price, atyle and ele|fanco ot ..orkmaiiahlp. Prince Joseph Lnbomirski deserves passing notice as the owner of one of the most interesting libraries in Kurope. It contains abfiut a tlftousnnd volumes, and they arc all presentation copies—ap parently. On the title page of the "Nouvelle Heloise"and finds: "To my old comrade, Lnbomirski—J. J. Rous seau."- In "Chllde" Harold" appears: "To Prince Lubomirski. An offer ing of admiration from Byron." Moliere sends "to my excellent friend Lubomirski, this first copy of 'Tartu nY, " nnd actu ally there is a volume iv which one may see: "To yon, my dear Joseph, I dedi eate the 'Cid' Corneille " It only re mains to be added that thette inscrip tions, are all In Lv bornirski'a handwri ting. Vet he actually takes pride in showing the library to his friends -or did nutil he found one day a copy of the Pentateuch in which sotno vicitur had written: "A token of est* itm, to my old achoolmato Lubomirski—Moses.''* Within five terms, covering fifleon months, St. Louis courts liavo granted one thousand divorces. LATE TELEGRAMS. SOCIKTY NOTICUK. Loh Angeles Council No. 11, Royal and Select Masters, F. & A. M. Hoi.n» IU stated aiweinbliv. on the Ith Unit day of .... i. month nt MaaorSO lUII. at 7,30 t ■ Sojouniihi,' Companions in i,'i..J MUndinK are IrnUfJiuil;, invited to ' Hy .1 thoTh;. Ill*' It. U. CUOTiIMaHAM, Recorder. Knights Templar. CojVK OR Lib. t'oMMAMOKKT KO. 8, K> I Hold, iv suited i-onvUves at thu an, linn in Ha sonlo Hall, on lh. Third TiII'IWDAY ol eavn month, .1 71 o'clock r. St. Sojonrnm/ Knight. Templar in ifond ntandiior are iwrdiallv invited lo iiUvt.il P.v or.lvr ul the X■ C. N. Kinmu. il>>. Mx Los Angeles Lodge Mo. So, L 0. 0. T. QBE. gIbUIAK maMtinff ti.iM on Wednesday MWr evening ..I each »evk al V.m nYlnek. i<>Joum!na biullir. n In gnud "t.iii.tinK are ronltid- IV ii.. Hv. < I. U IM.ILIIK, N (. A r'rui, K. 8, American Legion oj" Honor. > in j, IVi.vul, No, Oot, mm ut llr.t an.l Tiiud Tuesday .lehli.a, ..I I h»t room. 8.1 ai.J -.7. ii innlu Uiock. i 1 I, ri.' I., I IrapaMeVt, T. L. Nuti>. kWretary. ~«. kv Masonic Notice. I M ll ll.m lull, N... 42, tr. S A. I TLJT -11 Tin- -latel lueling. id till, hmtf* / \ .rv In hi ..„ the tir-t MiiNDAY ol each ; an.nthat 7.Alt'. 8 Memlier. of pentalpha, So. \ Aim, aiwl all M . : M . in fOOH -■ ... are I uir.iii.ll) in. lied. l:v ..i.i.. t Urn W S> K. of P. .urn I 'i-iiit No. 28 Meet irH awl li.iid I TUt KBIiAVB in the unnith at odd I. :! ... Hall P. o. Ituiklint;. rkijoumlnii X nighty. lnrit«d. j. it. hrtntcMg, t;. c. II A Votß.i. X id 11. .ml a Jal ly Eagle Corps, N. O. 0. Rwit'Lv, meeting, at Ihe Armory. Ooor irtreet, ever)' Friday .vening at 8 o'clock. VV. H. tl Rt'SSELL, Captain Conima'idiiiir. C. A. Kitth,. tint Sanreant, Jag4-tl j Lot Angeles No. 33, R:• SlaUd convooations on aooond MONDAY nl awh month, 7J r. 8., at Maaonie Hall. Sojonmina nompanion. ii. K"od slnndinu (sjrdiallly LnvltciT Byordorof J. S. fit AW l-'i .1; |i, II V. Hurt M. SBITII, Secretary. Los Angeles Lodge No. 2925, K. of H. Retrttlar meatinfr. ol the .hi*.. Istagm are held every Friday e.eiiiin; at old Maaonie Hall, Hprlnir rtrwt. \ isitinv '.r 'In t, ;,r. curdi.llv in .(led to attend. O. A. PKAKIMi. mt7 Dictator. Confidence Engine Company. iiSl BaoirnAa nie.tln»e ol ihU Oompa on tlu. Dim W»1«,.., evening if nil month, at 7:.<loonlock. Bvonter MAKK .IoNKS, Secretary. IBPKUIAI. TO TIIK HKKAI.I.. i Tke MasTron Neon rare In Honor*. San Fbancisco, Oct. 22.—Allien I*. Aud rude, a Mexican gentleman who baa arrived here by rail from Gtmyaias, soya thatyellow fevur 18 •till prevalent iv that * ity, notwithstanding all report* to ttie lontiury, and ttiat it coutinma to lib Of a uioal virulent typo. Mr. An dradu left Guaynun h x daya ago. Col. Torres, of thu Mexicun Army, waa among tbe latest victims. The fever ia s>*id to have btten hrought toliuaynnH from I'unaiuii by a family named Ponserado, one of tbe memhera of it having died,a few daya after landing, at Hermosiilo. Over 700 deatha bare '• < n reported and the fever it mil racing with most fatal reaulU. Mormon Ml*n»l«»uarl*-H 4-olujir, Abroad. Nkw Vokk, Oct. 22.—A party of thirty-six 'nisniouariea. Ml their way from Utah to Europe, reanhed tbia city this morning. Tbey were u.vuuip mlm by George Q. Came n, Julia l\ i > r , hia successor in tbe fl<>u«< ftl ferpre •eotativca; Mrs. Joke Q, C.ohh.u, wba is going to join her hr.-haoo i r laud; Mr>. Jmm Reeve, wile ot 11.- General t ittstelAges of ths (Jtufe l;ud road; Mia. Amy Long, * Ii« Uk° »', to meet lot husband in faoi-., iMhl r. S. Ricliai-I", who Anuls hue oh rtjfil it .ai ueea, With hi* wife The party <-f mir siouaries is to sail tor Liverpool, and from theru tLey *J ill be dio rivaled throughout Great Britain, Sesnd ta ism, Switzerland, Germany and Austria Ball Boom In Xew York Ktork*. New York, Oct. 22.—There is now a I regular bear pauioe. Dealing* are at- j tended with great excitement since noun. The market boomed with a nune rapid advance in prices than at any previous time, to-day the great feature ia Oregon Trans-continental, which, uu sa pro aaa dealings, rose from H to 4Gjf. It ia currently reported tbnt prominent oper ators are selling Northern Pacific und baying Oregon Trans-continental. The latter stuck is in n position to be corner ed, owing to a heavy outstanding short interest. Northern Pacific jumped to 41*} and preferred to 724 cab and 70 regular. Oregon Navigation ia up to 110, New York Central to 116, Union Pacific to 89*. ateorlas a Naval OMrer, Washington, Oct. 22.—Secretary Chandler has written as follows to Com mander Wilde, of the steamer Van tic, with respect to the failure of the expe dition for the relief of Lieutenant Greeley: "It appears to the iJepartmeiit that you disobeyed orders and thereby defeated the object of tbe expedition You will make such explanation oa this as yon are able." To thia* Commander Wilde replies that the Mam of the Vsntio were in an unreliable condition when ordered tv be fitted for the north ern crnise, aud that this prevented him from reaching the north at tht- appointed time. ▲ Warm Csnpalis In Viaa»»arha setts Boston, Oct. 22. -The political eau vosa is getting very warm; Robinson and Bntler are each making two and three apeschca a day, special trains being en gaged to allow them to cover various towns and cities. Both indulge in per sonalities aud both claim the victory as assured. Butler still clings to the atory that the tanning of human skins is an industry in Massachusetts and on Fri day sent a man before the Uuitcd Ntstss Senate Committee to testify to that effect. Foot-Marine;. Portland, Oct. 22. -The foot raeo between Kittlemon, claiming to be the champion runner of the United States, and Martin, a celebrated local runner, tor 82000 a side, distance one hundied yards, took place yesterday afternoon, and resulted iv victory for Kittleman. Time, 9£ seconds. Conflagration lo A una polls. Annapolis, Oct. 22.—Basil* Block, near the Market, is ablaze. It contains the largest busineaa houses in the city. It ta thought tbat two or tl ree persons have been burned to death. The Mayer has telegraphed to Baltimore for aid. The rather i»la>. Berlin, Oct. 22. —The tirst perform ance of the Luther Play, representing scenes iv the reformers life, took place at Jena, Saxe Weimar, on Saturday and was a great success. The houae was crowded and several German I'nneei and the Abbe Liez were present. Orangemen va. Kami Leaguer*. London, Oot, If, Irfs.ll Rosamore, aa Grand Muter of tbe Orangemen, says if the government allowa disloyal meutinga to continne iv Ulater that the restraint of Orangemen cannot be relied on and that there will be blood ahed or perbapa Ladies Do jo" want a pure, bloom ing Complexion; If so, a few applications of Hasan'** M At. N O I.IA HA LH will grat ify you to jour heart's con tent. It does away with Nal lowness. Redness, Pimples, Blotches, aud all diseases and imperfections of the skin. It overcomes the ft ushed appear ance of heat, fatigue and ex citement. It makes a lady of THIRTY appear bnt TWEN TY; and so natural, gradual, and perfect are its effects, that It is impossible to detect its application. TUTT'S PILLS TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. _„ From th«*»o sources arlso toreo-fourths 01 he dtseaaea of tlio human race. These reuintoius indicate thelroxii,l*nc<!:li«MOl appetite. Bowels costive, Hlest Bm* .che, fullness after eetluar, limlm to ii.rtlem of body ar mind, Eructation af food, Irritability of tamper, MM iplrlts, A fee ling of having neglected ...me doty, IMzzlneaa, F1 attcring »t th. Heart, »<>ts before ths eyes, highly col •red t'rl.ie, eoar«TIPATIOH7 and do mnd tho use of a remedy that nets direct!} in tho l.lvi r. As a Llvor toed iolne TIITT'I PI 1.1.S have no Their action on tlu Kidneys and Skin Is also prompt j removing til lnmurittoa tbronga these three "sear rngrre or the aysteai," produolng appo. .klnandavigorousbods'. TWIT'SPIXJU 3auso no nausea or griping nor interfere with daily work and aro a perfect TUTTS HAIR DYE. Ghat Hair or Whiskesj changed in stantly lo u<; Lossy Hlaok by r single ap plication of this Dnt. Sold by Druggist* or sent, by express oa receipt of al. Office, 44 Murray Street, New York. TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE. *.tYeR s In ctironi.' ih spvpefa anil liver twmslaint, and in chronic ooiMtipstlon snd othar obMlnate ills eases, Hostvltur'a Stotnsrti Blltarf Is beyond all oompaTiaon th« brat remedy thst can lw taken. As a moa.ie of restoring the f trvi.jjth and vital atisqr.v of parsons who an sinking under th* de- W-itatlng effect* Ol painful disorJom ibis stand ar-i i««asrJssa ImlyoraMlt ungual About "Booms." [Chicago Journal.) Tb* oity of Portland fuel* talis*!} sure tbat it will be greater than San Francisco, which it regards as In only rival; aud San Francisco basing got over its wild craze of miiiing stock speculations, is now "booming" with more of real business than ever before. Los Angeles, the center of tbe Southern California fruit region, haa a veritable "boom," being full of life and making rapid growth. San Hu go, at tho extreme sonthorn end of tbe California seacoast, expects to bo a great commercial metropolis very soon. Even in Arizona tbe towns of Tucson aud Benson, mining and ranch centers, are dreaming of future great nes-, and New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas have each half a dozen "boom ing" young cities which, in the calcula tion* of their own people, are destined to be immense. At Kansas City Iho evidences of a genuine "boom" were unmiafakable—the city has grown won derfully within a few years, in popula tion, in extent, in all the substantial el amanfs of trade and commerce, aud in all respects except morals, The oity of Denver, with its Muting Exposition, full of strangers, and In *catacies over the Mucosas of ita artesian well experiments, is still "booming," too, though we cannot see how or why it should ever be a mnch greater city than it now is. The last idiocy is as follows: "Fran cesco, de Rimini" got "A Friendly Tip" fforn "The Merry Duchess," who bad made "Her Atonement" with considera ble "Vim," but the "Princess dcs Canaries" joined with "Prince Methu salem" in iuslstiug that though the vary "Lights o T Loudon" might shine upon the matter, "Rip Van Winkle" waa as a matter ot fact "No body's Claim," so that tbe roaitii was that LOS ANGELES. TUESDAY MORNING. OCT. 23. IKS:,,-WITH SUPPLEMENT. >| NEW AnVKKTISKMENTS. Where to Trade? Is a frequent question, daily asked by visitors so journing in Los Augeles. The residents know well the principles of honest merchandising that has built up the People's Store From a tiny, insiguifleant shop to a commercial mart of its present size and importance, crowded alike with patrons and merchandise. To the stranger this is necessarily unknown, aud he, at first glance, is unable to distinguish between the HONEST MERCHANT. Who asks but One Price, and Nells nt a Close Margin, and the COUNT JE3 JEL F JES X S 3L? : Who a»ks tbree prices and tben parts with bit. wares at the ! best obtainable price. To you we say the PEOPLE'S STOKE Is true and tried. It has been weighed in the scales ol public confidence and I'o nml not wanting. One Price, Plain Figures and No Deviation! |Em ii!<.<l*the PEOPLE'S STORK famgui ai ao honest and upright dealing linn. This ia best evidenced by our ever increasing trade and tho universal satisfac tion of our values. Trade does not remain with high prices and inferior mer . i.l .■!!>■■. Ours is a store for, and maintained by, tbe Puople, where you can iind ft ci > thing, from the lowest to the highest-priced article, suitable as well for the laboring man as the millionaire. As a consequence of tbe large cash purchases made, and the ready coin at our command, bargains from all parts of the United States and Europe are offered us. aW We are iv receipt of MO* PAIRS OF HOSE, FULL FINISHED, Regular-made goods from E. A. BPEILHAGEN k SOHNE, No. 11 Junferateig strasse, Hamburg, Germany, each pair worth from 40 to 85 centa, which we will sell THIS DAY and until sold upon onr center table. Price, LADIES' SIZE, Stei MISSES', «Se; GENTS, PEOPLES STOR E 104 NORTH MAIN STREET. ocas Santa Monica Hotel A SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT. A FlrMt-«JIa«M Hotel oi no room* on the bluff overlooking- the Ocean, Ifl miles by tmi, i from Lo« Angeles. Good surf iiathiritr ovtjry month in tho year, barge Bath Houses on the Iteach ' directly in frunt nf the Hotel, furnish Hot or Cold, Salt and Kre.m Water Baths Tourist-sl.ould > not tail U> visit this delightful resort Trains leave Los Angelee at fi 30 A. M. and 4:20 P. M Leaie | SanU Monloa at 7 .16 A. M. ami 3 p. M J. W. SCOTT PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES. CHAU-m Kriura. P. H. San-ti. SMITH & KEARNS, Mamifactuiera of WORCESTERSHIRE -AND- Epicure Sauces Restaurants, Hotels, Stores and private fami lies supplied. Country orders solicited. QUALITY OF GOODS UNSURPASSED. Factory, No. 770 San Fernaitdo street, opposite New D«pot. octTtt HUMPHREYS <& RK.CIV. Real Estate Agents, So. VT HOI Til UPKIMi ITREET, Near the Nadeau Hotel. | PROPERTY BOUGHT, Sold, Exchanged « Rented i No corusiissioii charged, unless a sale ie ef fected through our efforts, ectTtf PROF. P. ENCELS Will Give Lessons in PIANO, ORGAN. Cultivation of the Voice AND HARMONY. Rosidance: IS* Fifth street, oc 111,1 m Auction Sale ! THE ENTIRE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF THE TEMPLE STREET LIYEBY STABLES, Together with all tbe in. pro v emeu is, oonsn'ting of a Brick Btab!e, 194x70 fact, with several wood to buildings, Carriages and Horses will be sold st PUBLIC AUCTION, on ths 17th Day of November ON THE PREMISES, 101 Temple St., Los Angeles NOYrtM at DI'RFEE, A-mtioneere. SAT Faratfts having artirles or merchandise i stored on these premisee are notified Uj remove the same iuim*>.liat>-l\. This sake will offer a splendid opportunity for i anyone wishing to engaye in the livsrv business, j 018 tin Fountain Closed. The Fountain Theatre la Clowe, lor one weak ' for repaint. In the Interim Mr. Henry Leavttt j will visit San FraneiKO, rafcuridiig Sunday neat 'with A Saw Swiur Coamiwtay, Oa MONDAY, OM. st Ush. will be « grand re tsaaaartf. olf lw ■■ v- - 3 irffiiiMinV- - RANDOLPH HEADERB. MOWING MACHINES, HORSE RAKES, FARM WAGONS, SPRING WAGONS, HEADER TRUCKS, CARRIAGES & BUQBIES, Cheap for Cash at* REES&WIRSCHING'S, 123.125 and 127 Los Angeles Street, LOS ANQELES, CAL. j. S6 «m i i Live Stock Mart, Cor. of ?th and Pearl SU. Urge atook of WORK.DRIVINC & SADDLE HORSES FOR LaUIEN. AU «»ll l>rok. sad reliable, always oa hud. lift) Head Vlnnt-Clajia Horsex now Ist Mtork *4TAI»o, Fresh Jersey Fam£y Cow. consUntl> on hi ml. (»e» lm) N. T. BLAIR. San Francisco Gallery. You ara about to have your pictures taken, i I us your ear and we will whisper; 18 Photipphs for $1.50. Cabinet* *4 per 1.0/.m. st the San Francisco Gallery, Comer IMS .v l Msln si rets, Los Armeies, Cal. cea-Its NaufTsWarehouse WBYSE BROS. & CO., • PROPRIETORS. Grain Stored 5 Lowest Rates Money advanced on Ware house fteceipts at a per cent, on sums of $1,000 and up wards. iria lm Pearson's Dining Palace, ROSE'S NEW ItCILIMNO, (Opposite Baker Block.) FIRST - CLASS REST AUR ANT. Tbo bNt th. market .Sonl. st moderate pricea. Skillful Cook, snd Pastry men. All tha cake. tn.l |>iv* mad. in tli. establishment. Modeled on lite most fatuous restaurants! n San Francisco CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. J«*4tl STOCSMOLMSS' MIITISS. The annoAl meeting ot tbe stock bottlers of the Lo* Annies Electria Company, tor the election oi live In rectors and such other business m may ba presents*!, will ba held st tho works of ths Company, est. Banning and AJsassns. streets, Loa Amrcies, qd TSrttlSdvY, Mov. l^lW^U^took NKW Al>\ ERTBEMENTfI, T HE" Acmeßestaurant. The Messrs. Eckert & Elaff ki Have Opened in the MOOKE Iti 11 111 V IHLoHostSuylMltes Tlu- A|i|>i>tiilmrnl«i ul' this Superb Resort nre Simply Slctro ixilllnn In ruMili.n lv i> eral Dialog Koom, reiiinikaMo for iv elegance, tlicro aro iiiiin. ii.iin apartments, stilishly iippoiiiti-.I ami iipiiiil*t< r.-.|, in wliioli in' li I tnk.'ii .ii fnmitk. In lliu roar there i»iiu arraiigi ini.iit liy wliioli, through fnlil inji doon, three cozy moms en be thrown into one, tho very place in which to give select lianinn tn. Tkwffl El no ptftMM in Soj, Francisco which approaches tho Acme in tho sunip tuoiiHnps.i nf its appointments, while tho cnitim is presided over hy a eh' j whoso ii'pntntion is not conlincd to the CoiUd States. A splendid ami airy [leer Hall and Card Room aro features of the Bartaanafc Two separate entrances load to tho select private apartments, which are independ ent of a har which is stocked with the finest Lienors, imported and domestic, ever sold on the Pacific Coast. Thr Anne Krstaiirant Im theHendqunrterr. Tor The Celebrated Boca Beer, Which is always on draught there, ice-cold. A perfect attendance is one of the most noticeahlo features of tho new Una tanrantand fatoea of tho Messrs. taker, * KlntTki. OYSTERS SERVED UP IN ALL STYLES. o*4 !■ H. SLOTTERBECK, Sportsmen's Headparters, Temple Block, Opposite United States Hotel, Dealer in sll English stirl American latest Im prover) Treblo-Wedge Fast and Hsnimertesg Breech-Loading Shotguns. Also, latest improved RIFLKS aod PISTOLS. Choke-boring and Repairing of fine guns a specialty. All work done in beat style, speaking for itself and leaving no MM for s.-lf praise. 025 L A D lE©, 4'nll and sec the New Mi Irs in In Pall and Winter Millinery AND LADIES NECKWEAR, just received RY SMITH & WEDGrE, OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFIOE. ocssw M. -W. CHILDS, HARDWARE EMPORIUM NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST. Dealer in Stoves. Ranges, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Force and Lift Pumps, Rubber Hosh, Crockery and Glassware, Iron and Lead Pipe. Sole Agent for the Superior Stoves and Ranges, manufactured by P.ridgeA Reach Manufactur ing Co.. St. Louis, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware and Artesian Well Pipe. Plumbing in all its branches done to order with neatness and dispatch. jy2l tf PACIFIC COAST LAND BUREAU A OUSKHUfHK Principal Place of Business, 22 lieQlnsaerr Street, San Francisco, sub am sum at each • ■„, rf? wtti of the state. EASTON & OiKUOGE, Auctioneers. LIBERAL CREDIT SALE SUBURBAN lIOME.S. Choice Citrv.'-; and Vi'.i ml Lancia, "OLIVEWOOD," LAKE ViNEYV 3 iRACT, PASADENA LOS .VeGSUE* . .. J?.7Y, SATURDAY. ... - ."MSER 17, 1833 MAP OF "OLIVEWOO . ' : r NA. LOS ANQELES COUNTY. 'I- -I '1 \ r • — t i LOT 1. r i ■ I .... .. ItUStem | 8 15-1,,;,-,. DI.VSMOOB. Ouras | run LOT' i | all LOT 43. j ' |„ Hi BESTOW. 1 '«,!, § — s .- — j rraairaita LOT 19. m O LOT f 3 Acres. S jxrr s TOl'll OmaaEa. g - 10 Aer.s . ; a Acres - Oatnu. - 1 i>«.»oaa LOT JO. «* 2 ■ ' I Acres. H B - . ii u>T 40 Omnia, fi 5 3 .l£S E SLOCK E. , 3HATTUCK. «l g . £ Os.sorj. 3 " \ LOT 38. i !«•• 3 Acre. i 5 Osusax j J T.OT .17 t Hydrants -4 In. ' OSJ—I. | —- Water Maim j LOT:;.; T«RMS-One-tliird . : rr : 'T''T* 7" ""tt.!"^"' V ..,.r," 1 'on d.-tcrrr-d jsavments at S »re.«<.p.r.«soni. No M ; .... - TITLE PERFECT. Instru. "*? purchaser.e.i, I for eareh .1 tille. A depo.it of 10 per 0..t. will fall ol ,t. lv ■ I I il.no of cub ..synient on delivery of deed, and if not ai> paid tuioess tord.te.-l • rfatUd sn.l th. ula to ba void. Abstract of title eomplele to !.,> ot sslo. For maps »i,d furttier particulars, appl, to PACiriC COAST USD 111 II Kll . EASTON A EI.DRID.ir.. 1.,.- .... ... tfcsMsmasaj Strait, San rrueHco TUOS. E ROW EN A txt. Loa Aa«al«. Or C. U BBOVTN, en th. Pnuwtr. Sold Fillinflrs, from the smallest to entire Crowns, made with Gold, guaranteed to stand the test of time and use. paisiißss aaJcr-RjiLorrxoK. Dr. Smith has recently invented and constructed aa apparatus that in ONE SECOND will make the most aching teeth and the most in flamed ►rums as insensible as a stone. This wonderful process renders teeth extracting in all cases, children and adults, ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS AND HARMLESS. *#T!e ha 1.1. Kspanol, oil pari. Francis, and Kiifllsh spoken. BU LOWEST PRICES. X H. LINSENBARD, DEALER IK I Boots and Shoes, Hats and Gaps, Gloves, Etc., I Has retno, ed to hia kww uore, bio. X 5 Scotii Srarlaa straw,, Roeiler Baoek, a her. h. cordially Invites | th. palilio to all aial loaport bw lew suck af cwsda, m*)\m I.AWYKRB. BSUSBOS. WELLS A LEE, ATTOBMBYS-AT-LAW Room. 11 lo is, Baker Block, Los Aii|relss, Cal. Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Hi lnl >. a. ■ssn.sr. ~ n. una.. hot. wioss. WICKS, LUCAS aY REX'TLEY. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Sa AND .7 TillPUt BLOCK, Mrs ASSSUsI ■MS J. O. Uowa.li. Joua IIOIARTS. HOWARD & BOBARTS, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Wlleoi Block. 411 .Spring St.. Los tagsjH. J ARRET T. RICHARDS, AtloriiP)-nt !.»». OFFICE llowney Block, Kta.iu ill. sal I David Lyon, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Room I, Downev Block, Los AtieVie' .25 Gardiner & Stephenson, Attorneys an Counselorn at 1... Omcs Rooms 1, I and 3, Allan Block, OOSSCS OF SI'KIMi AM) TEMPLE STS. febL'ltl D. M. ADAMS, AT T 0 It N E V - A T • L A W , lloom 77 Tamplo Block. J.iillll . . . J. Brousseau, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. (oTNOS. an AND D 7. HSSS BLl'i.K. n.rlltf William D. Stephens, ATTOhMiu V A T LAW. ROOM m\ TEMPLE BfaOCK, Usl A.M.K1.1..5, Will jnve .pecial and prom,,! ■lIHilMi ■» the probate of wills nnd settlement ~t ,Mt„ti oedenta. ~,.,, i p bsaar H Sum.. T. li. Hkows A. W. HOITOS. Smith, Brown & Hutton, ATTORSEYB AT LAW. Oinca-ROOlls 01, «2 4U3 TEMPLE I !. i 0 rurlltf JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A OBA KS. Graves & Chapman, Atiornoyn and Couneelors at Law ROOM NO. C BAKER BLOCK. 'ellt B. 0. Hubbell, ATTORNEY AT LAW. BOOta j Jt 4, DECOMMI'N S BLOCK, coin. Main nml Commercial SU., Los Auneles. mj7tl 3BOESI s. HUPP. THOS. X SMITH Smith & Hupp, AttornoyH and Counttelorß at Law. OFFICII -38 A 30, TEMPLE BLOCK. Will practice in all c. the State and Federal Courts in California and a ill pive prompt and taiUiful Attention to all buslneas entrusted to them oltf W. P. HEATHMAN, Attorney and counsellor at Law LOS ASCELES, CAL. Room H, CI ol Paris Block. P. 0 Bos 477. juzMJ I'llYrtlt'lANsT M. «. JONES, M. D., Lanfranco Block, Los Angel 3a Eve, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases traalod exclunvely. oct» tf W. L. WILLS, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Office, J3 S. SPRING ST., ROEDER BLOCK. Offlce Hours 8 to ,1.1. snd 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. selltl Elizabeth A. Follansbee, M. D. OFFICE, 211 S. FOUT STREEt Orrtis Hotaa -8 to 10 a. a. 4to «r>. a. Hllth street ear. pas, tbe door, sel2tf WALTER LINDLEY, M. D sro. axe x*oxi*jr sre Nett door to Wollwiher'a drug store, Telephone No. 42. ' Hh\*e hoiua ito4 p. v J. C. RiasfAntCK, H. I>. F ba W. Ckami.M. DRS. KIRKPATRICK A CRANK, Surgeons and Homoeopathists. office and residence, for the present, at No. 21 mmth Fort atreet, between Ist and U streets Hours, from 10 to 12 a, m. and t to 4 r. v. Telephone No. 44V jeWf Or T. V WALK. HEALTH OFFICER. Office, for ths present, room L Lichlenbt rgrr Block, Msin street, above First. Offlce hours for Vaccinating and other city business, from H to 10 s. febVtf siT. A TT.fr. ARCHITECT, SANITARY LNIIINEF.R, SUPERINTENDENT Of WtM.KS. Room 2, Ihtrommun lllock. All business entrusted will receive prompt and practical attention. Ju£-lf. Dr. 0. P. OilliDghtuxi, Member Royal College Surgeons, England. Member Royal College Physicians, Eulntiurg. U2 N MAIN BT., NEXT BAKER BLOCK. declKf DR. THEO. WIGANO Has removed hia office and resilience to Ponat Block, Main street, between First and Second, where ha will always be found, It not profession ally eagaged. Office bourn, 10 te 12, 2to 4. and 7toB pailaa Dr. J. & Griffin, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, It* MAIN STREET. Offiea Hours—» to 11 A. 11., Ito 3 and 7to 8 lleeidei ice--East side ol Maio street, below First. mIS-lf Dr. Joseph Kurtz No 265 Main street, opposite Baker Block aVTEye and ear Jiseases treated with the rare of a specialist, apis J. Harmon, M. D., County Physician. MABCARKL BLTLDINU, upstairs. Reenlcnoa Cosmopolitan Hotel. Olllce hours from 10 to 12 A. s.; from Ito 4 c. a ap2o-ti Mrs, Alice Hlggins, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND BUEUKOX Office ami Reetdrivce— No. 19 Fort street, Lo Angelea, Cal. Office hoare, 10 to 12 A. a.. 2to r. a., 7 lo 9 in the evening. a2B lm City and Country PROPERTY FOESALE. it lota Blook P. Mott Tract, one block from Temple street, and are rumutss walk from Court Hoase. s0 acres, with water, Loop aad Meeaerrs Tract, Pomona. , $21 acres, with water, 4 inilea north ot Pomona. \ 0. M. STOPtULNs, oce-lio 10.8vriogStrett.hoou.il mCW A I)V KKTISKM KNTS. BRIGHT Comes to the front with a surprise announcement for fear that some one may not find 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 Bought of roltuki & Sons at no cents on tlio dollar. Aud in addition to their stock ba has v nmmmotli stock bought of Smith, Jones ft Co., of Kansas City, iMo., who failed with a fresh stock of Slnple and Kancy Dry Goods, which was bought by agent in St. Lonis, Mo. Stock amounting to 121,000 was bought for cash forBlO,ooo, and will be sold hero at *J0 per cent, less than same iioods can be bought. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS ! Table Dumimk, nil Linen, 60 cts, per yard;soo dozen Napkins 40 ots to $2.60 per dozen. Good Towels from sto 50 cents. Linen crawh at from 5 to 15 cents a yard. 5,000 YARDS SUMMER DRESS GOODS At 5 cent' to 75 centa per yard. Wool Dress Good a at n great sacrifice as oar stock its too large in that lias. I. n Curtains 10 to 4."i cents a yard. Collaia ami ties at half price to close down thr .t..rk. Laddies*, Misses' und Children's Hose for from i> to 50 cents. Men i Hose, sto 25 cents. Corsets iifi cents to $1. The LargeH. Stock of RIBBONS, At lens than Now York wholesale prices. A large stock of MES2W ' S HATS IO *ts and upward. Also a Large stock of Ladies' and Children's Hats, At leas price than any placo West. Ladle*' and Children's SHOES AT COST! To Close out the Stock, and ten thousand other Articles tors Numerous to Mention. CALL AND EXAMINE THE 3TOCK AND PRICES. JT. O. BRIGHT. 239 Main Street. Jj7tl GREATEST VARIETY AND LARGEST ASSORTMENT HATS, CAPS AND Furnishing Goods Ever shown In Los Angeles, comprising; all the Nobbiest and Latest Styles Tor both Men and Boys. Messing to outdo, if possible, all former efforts, and being determined to raa taiu the reputation gained aa leader of the Hat Trade in thia city. I now respect fully invite the public to call and secure some of the immense stock of Furnishing (roods' and I lead wear I have added to my establishment. Furnishing Goods My Latest Specialty. D. DESMOND, BARGAIN EMPORIUM, No. lON Main Street, opposite United States Hotel. GRAND RE-OPENING Congress Hall. Having thoroimlilv renovated this odd and Popular Resort, It has been Re-opened for Business. A Restaurant, supplied with the best the Market all'ords, ia attached to the hull. An Unsurpassed stock of Wines, Liquors, fleets and Ale, kept constantly on han.l. Hood Cigar, a Specialty. GIVE X S A CALL. THE J W. CALKINS CARRIAGE CO., COR. ARCADIA AND LOS ANOELES STREETS, B. r HKK.I.s .1 <<>. V«K>SHI.»Y. lIISSKIH.HTIS. A lor..- no oo.v of their url.brMwl gooofc. MSMtaMntT in part of t OM'OKU H li;<l>S. I t •> seat., 4-SPKIX. « W.I» OBXI.t WACiOVs. Two Seats, Plan* Boxes. Hunt: Very Low, BUCSBOAKDS, PHAETONS, BUOQGIES, and tw.-Mat CAKRIAUBSei Various Style.. Alto a Fin. Vart.lv at CARTS, Comprising tha HOULKVARD, CALLKN. STANHOPE, VICTORIA, BRAD LBV, TOLEDO aad oth«r popular styles ot first quality. SPRING W AUON4 ef .vsry kind; Ul .VII' CARTS, UUHT FARM WAOONS, .ir., .to. 1. war strU of rofcjirh. jsm ami sui Also s Ikrg.Moek olrrttiWl.sjkt flutists HAH*KM* HI ot loch •• oft.-. .1 iMlara frkM. | rkas. >sus satajtw Man mntanx. ispljaf NO. .V>.