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VOL. XX. j prow, nt iluring Hi application pla I it ant r a inicH.-aope, th» Kurf-ice \« im timid to he purniii and the por.s wnr- I fillcl wilh ah orhul organic matter. It ! was nut heavy, ami wan what geologists ' term luminous stone." ; Orjat ilbtrtM* prevails anion-- the Maids Bnfla«d ( hop pitkars.be. ! ' fin of thf abort orop. * Lick the envelope instead of the post age stump is thu advice given hy a Post- OSes Department employed There are two colored female LwyeM liv the United .States, Mary A. S. Cary, ,of Michigan, and Louise V. Hrya'.t, of j Colorado. | Ad ingenious person tells us that, i wberoaa in 18U0 it took five day*, nine changes of cars and several long trans fers from one depot to another to get from New York to New Orleans, you \ can now go through in fifty-eight hour*, 1 and with hardly >my changing at all. DAILY HER •>'?> * PuMl.hed every morning, except »!• " JOSEPH D. LTNOH. TERMB FOB DAILY HKUA; Ir Per annum, by null or eipress jj" 81. months, hjr nun or express IM tares inonou Dairun it Cam"". »«>".' " WEEKLY HBRALP. Pubushbd Evert SATtiaDAT Morsiinu TERMS: Om yti»r, by m«il er express, one oopy M.« SU months, by seat! i* express lit Three months, by mail ot express I.OC ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted At reasonable rates «TAll kinds ol Job Work done to compote with 9 ~ Francisco in price, ityte end elegance ol * orkmanihlp. LATE TELEGRAMS. SOCIETY NOTICES. boa Angeles Council No. 11, Royal ! and Select Masters, t. & A. M. ! Home its stated assemblies on the 4th J)on day ot each month at Masonic Hall, st 7,50 r. v. Sojourning Companions in good standing are fratejually Invited to atteiel. Ily order ul IheTb:. Ill: - O. CUMNINHHAM, llecorder. Knights Templar. Uo-ca lis Lies qgepagaggf no. a, X • T: Holds ita slated com-lavoa at Ihe asylum in Ma sonic Hall, on the Th.rd TII'CItHIMV ol ea. h niotith, st 7| o'clock r. v. .Sojourning Kniglila Templar In good .lauding are cordially Invited lo attend, by order >.l thu af -C. W. KsicKKaaocsSß, Recorder Los Angeles Lodge No. 35, J. 6. 6. F. mL Reoutas meeeting held ou Wednesday evening ol aai-li - sst at 7:80 o'clock. Sojourning brethren in giasl -landing aro cordial, ly invilts' J. a Da-ttrn N (j A run K. H, American Legion of Uonor. Sanm Oeoataa, So. « t. aaets am aad Tlurd Tuealay cv. nine, es. I, icutn .it looms 3, «i I 17, Temple. MIIKI. D. U. PAVM',, Coinm.mder T. L. N"Li K. Secretary. afaeaX Masonic Notice. Al.-K lea No. 11, T. 11. 11. —The staled meetings of this Lodge are held on the Ural MOMMY ul each montnat 7.iio r. a. MtadNßßj of Pentalpha, No. 3e«, an.l all Master Miwon, in goYI standing are nor.lisllv Invileil By onler ol ll.e W II K. of P. Ours Uitars No. .. sleet Drat and third THCKSHAYS in the month at Old Fellows' Hsll 1 P 11. Building. Sojourning Knight. Invited. J. R. SUMMERS, C. C. B A. Toasa, K. of R. and B, jal-ly j Eagle Corps, N. 0. 0. KaeULAR roeaalugs at the Armory, Cour aieet, every Friday eveoKig at s o'clock. VT. H. U. RL'SBELL, Captain Commanding. C. A. Ks-r-.ns, First Hargtavnt _ Jegi t/ Los Angeles No. 33, R:- Statad convocations on second MO.VUAY of each month. 71 r. v., at Masonic Hall. * Sojourning companions in good standing cordiallly invited. By order of J. s. CKAWFiIRU, H. P. HsaST at. Sarra, Secretary. Los Angoles Lodge No. 2925, K. of H. Regular meeting, of the above Lodge are held evarv r'reley evening at "M Masonic Hall, Spring street. Visiting brother, are cordially In vited to attend. 0. A. DEARIRO, rax 7 Dictator. Confidence Engine Company. ■ Jagil RsaciAß meetings ol this Com p. ea tiie llrtt Wed«»va, evenlag •aSisrial ' eoob month, at 7:,*looclock. BvonUr . MARK JONES, Seoretarv. j IgPaVJIAL TO THE HKKALI j I'orean Kmba»*y-IIopr« or a ttall roett War. Sau Francisco, Oot 23.—The Coreaa Kmoaisy which arrived last night leuve to-morrow on the steamer Hio Joiic-rio lor Hong Koni/. Tho ini-iiiberg expr. gl tlieinaelvos dolighteJ wilh what they have seen, anil are much impressed wilh the iuimeuse rasutirces of the Unitod Stales. Speaking- oi the refusal ot the North am Paoitio Railroml to lmve anything to do with the special contract system, the Call says: "A circular has been is eucsi hearing the signatures of ull the Kailroad Companies, with the exception of the Northern Pacific, addressed to the merchants of tbe Pacific Coast. The circular is to Ihe effect lhat if tbe pres ent rates of fares and freights should In cut by the Northern Pacific, or if thai Company should offer to shippeis rates lower than those named in Ihe eontroct, then such cuts or reductions will be promptly mot by all the other Cnin|iunics and that no rale can be made so lot? i.y the Northern Paoilic bnt will be imme diately followed by other lines " If tie Northern facilio does not, al a meeting to take place in Chicag-i, on itvs 31st last., oome to terms with the ntaei HMOs' tha fight may be expected to on November Ist. A lfagalflci-.it Ita.i-. San Francisco, Oct. 28.- The peal ported race of the 2:28 class of Satur day was concluded yesterday. In Ihe ill*'* l De ** tue nr> * dftv » La urft tiuished tha mil* 2:2 ? - 1" '" 8 seventh heat Barney B. frt«a,*e L,ura wo " the eighth heat ..' 2:27. In the ninth beat Moscow beat J*.'"™ by •'»" " length in 2:274 • mid '"J"" 186 exciUment. Iv the tenth heat Moaco»r looked like a winner as, with others in difficulties, he secured a lead of four lengths at Ihe quarter; but In tha middle of tint home stretch he broke and Lucille to lead with Laura in olose attendance. Laura M. at last secured the honors in 2:27 and Luoitla waa placed second, and Moscow third. After a careful exam ination to Frank Moscow was given second, to Nellie Burns third, and to Barney B. fourth money, and thus was brought to conclusion one of, the most remarkable) trots registered in the annals of tbe American turf. The Flnanelnl Coadltlon ur Man qaeatla. Saw Francisco, Oct. 23. —Warden Paul Shirley, of San guentin State Pris on, has appointed K. Keddy Captain of tba guard and A. C. McAllister capta n of tba yard John Foley will, it is thought, be appointed Commissary aud Giles (i. Crandell, of Colusa county, ba elected Clerk. At n meeting held retir ing Warden Ames presented a statement showing tbe net profile of tha manufac turing departments of the prison to bo iv n« 17000 monthly and the current . es about 116,000 monthly. After «pen. of the fTmmt months ex- Payment would remain about «COOO penses, ther. fhe new board find, as 5 ™ treasury, that tbe old board tne directors Mats, : on D f lne ,bove h «o, with the except. »ire appropri balance, exhausted the en nropose to •too/or tliey..r, and th"iy . ye made Mamine into tbe cnusos whit h ha thia necessary The Terrible fryrr Ocavkas, Oct. 23.-By tbe at«a'™« r ' State of Sor.ora, from San Bias, tbent wl I ts receiYa \ that three hundred people' j OB ' °' a population of fifteen hundred, . ™ "'.v Blaa, hay« died of the yellow ,*'< or. At Maxatlan tbe feror was .till raging with moat fatal results. All business is suspended. Tha Vole or the t'olerea People. Wasuixoton, Oct. 23.—Three thous and colored citizens gathered In mass meeting, Fred Douglas and other promi nent colored citizens beint: present, and passed resolutions denouncing tbe Su preme Court decision ou the 1 Civil Rights bill. T hey held that tho Repub lican party should bo held to an enforce ment of its demands and tho Democratic party should be reminded of ita declara tion In tbe National Convention of 1872; aud that the paramount duty uf cr.lo. Ed men was to support such party aa would protect them in their manifold rights. A Paaeeager Train 'Joe* Through ' a Bridge Fort Euwarm, N. V., Oot. 23.- i Train No. 78. at Ulen Falls branch, nn the Delaware and Hudson, went through a bridge orer Olen Falls, feeder lo tne Cbamplain canal. The engine cio.sed tha bridge, hut the baggage and passen ger cars went down in the water, cans- | ing a fatal wreck. Tbree persons were killed and one fatally injured. Four ware serioualy Injured internally and - sixteen injured slightly. Every person J on the train was injured, except oue , newsboy. I Ordered t* .abandon Proeeedlagts. I Ngw York,Oot. 23.— SecreUry Fnlger | yesterday telegraphed to Collector Hob- t ertson to abandon Customs proceedings ' against Joseph A. Donahoe, the Gt» j ifornia millionaire. Robertson was in* I strutted to release Donation's trunk-; on i full payment of the duties, amountiilo ! 11838 and the expenses of the (wivnrn- | ment. Jewloh Prraecutloa* la roarr nii tn BgRLIM, October 23.- After the trial, 1 whioh ' ■in ■'■il mach excitement, of two j Jews convicted at Ca«ha, Pnmerania, of satting Hra to Synagaa, to oblain insnr ance money, they wareeentenoed to four years' Imprisonment. The others were ' sentenced to shorter terms. Tbe crime , was originally attributed io Christians. Diaaetrona Karthqnake Mheeke. CosaTANTtsorut, Oot. 23.—A fresh shook of earthquake was felt to-day at Teheseme, causing great damage. Ad miral Hay telegraphed Lord Duffeiin, the British Ambassador, "Help urgently needed." Ladies I Do }mi want a pare, blooni | ing Complexion I If so, a few applfcalions of Hasan's tZmWAA IJALM wiltgrat- I,'" yoli to your heart's con iJ M It does away with Sal *!'».«. Bedness, Pimples, y Mirfertloi:'?/ tlie skin. It 21 H)mesthe.?n?hedappear -oTert ' heat, fatiaTne and ex anceo. Yt maeW a Udy of citemem. , nne ,a.r bnt TWJEN THIBTY i. gradual, TT ; and so. Tefteta, SftlWS' L <Me to detect that ft Isiniposs. its application. v V \ TUTT'S PILLS TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. From those sources arise throe-fourths ol he diseases of the hnroan race. These lymptoms Indicate t^elrexiatchee: ivr.ee n< tppeiltr, Bowela eoetlye, Steal SSaaiai >eVe, fnllneea after anting, aware lon te •... tion of borly ar mini. Eructation at food, Irritability nf temper, Tm .perlta, A f.rllng of hart star negleetrd >.au daty. l»lr.«ln»ts, FlntUrlnnnt the Heart, Dot a before tha eree, highly eol ->red Crl.ir, COWeTTIPATIOrf, and de nanrt tho nao of a romedy that acta directly jn tBo Liver. AaaLtvermodlolneTllTT'i PILLS bave no e.iual. Their aotion on the X Idncys and Skin is al so prompt; removing .11 Imparities through these three " aenr. Dnaera or tba sreteaa," producing appe. ttte,sound digestion, regular stools Jolg" ■klnandayigorousbody. TI TT'NPH.I.S annao no naaaea or griping nor Interfere TUTTS HAIR DYE, Ghat Hair or WHiaMaa changed in Itantly toaGLossT Blace by a Jingle ap plication of thia DTK. Sold by Druggleta or taint by expreas on receipt of SI. Offlco, 14 Murray Street, N"»r York. TBTTt MMOU Of UStfUt KECtIrTS WEE. In chronic dyitpeuaia and liver complaint, and In chronic cons ti pa tion ss.il other obttlnaie die eaaee, Hontattor'a Stomach Bitten 1* beyond all •jofupai-earoo tha boat remedy that con bo taken. Aa a tnoana of roetoring tho strength nod ?ita. energy of pereoni who aro alnklug under the do bi.itet.nx tiffircii of painful dliurrJeirs, thU stand ard vegetable Invlgorant U txmieafwdiy unequal cd. Vor saW by all diuggieU aod dealer* generally The Mad-Stone I New Orleans' Tirnea-Democrat 1 "Wb«n it waa ahown ita sue waa about that ot a man'a finger-joint, and it waa abont the color of a caramel candy. It did not look exactly like a atone, but rather more like aome composition, which, by long uae and absorption, had hardened into a dark aetni-tranaparent mass. On the aide which ia applied to wounds it ia amooth and flat, aud on the opposite ia nearly oval. It hod been broken yeara ago, and tbe piecea were held together by a band of ailver. It appears tbat many yeara ago, when it waa applied to a child, it adhered tena ciously to a wound, and the little thing grew rtativ-a by ita preaaure on hia [eg, und ran out of doors, when tbe atone dropped off and, falling ou a rock, waa lrao;tired. When put together ita effica cy waa found, however, to ba tha aame. To the naked eye th* surfaew of the atone appeared amooth a* that ai ordin ary atones, bnt when th* two phy*i iaa* who had been aummoned to b* LOS ANQ-ELBSs WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCT. 24. 1883.—WITH SUPPLEMENT. N■ W AI >YE It 1111 M E NTS. Whew to Trade ? jI s a iK ijiit nl (jut slioii, daily asked hy visitors so ' in \m .insch's. The residents know uell | the principles oi' honest merchandising that has built up the People's Store From a tiny, insignificant shop to a commercial mart or its present size and importance, crowded alike with patrons and merchandise. To the stranger this is necessarily unknown, and he, at first glance, is unable to distinguish between the HONEST MERCHANT, Who asks bat One Price, and sells &t a Close MarKiu, and the OOU NT JES IR, I" JES I «3? | Who askg three prices antl then parts with his wares ut the | best obtainable price. To yon we say the PEOPLE'S STORE jistm : and tried. It has been weighed In the scales of pnMic confidence and found not wanting, One Price, Plain Figures and No Deviation! I \in% ma.i* the- PKOPLK'S STORE famoun as an honeit an 1 upright dealing firm. This n \ttnt evideneeil hy onr ever increasing trade and tiie universal Satiafac. tion of our values. Tradn does not remain with high prices and inferior mer chandise. Onra is a store for, and maintained hy, the Poople, where you can find everything, from the lowest to the highest-priced article, suitable as well for the laboring man as the millionaire. As a consequence of the large caab purchases made, and the ready coin at our command, bargains from all parts of the United ! States and Europe are offered us. JV We are iv receipt of *40S PAIRS OF HOSE, FULL FINISHED, Regular-made gooda from K. A. HPKIXHAGEN & SOHNE, No. 11 JuDfer»tela straast, Hamburg, (rermaoy, each pair worth from 40 to 85 cents, which we win sell THIS. DAY and until cold upon onr center table. Price, LADIES' SIZE, Uq MISSES', 20c; GENTS, Me. people:© store 104 NORTH MAIN STREET. Santa Monica Hotel, A SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT. A Vlnst-C'lftaw Motel ol OO room* un ;he bluff overlooking the Ocean, 18 milei Ly nan from Lot Angles,. Oood surf tmthinfr every month in tbe year. Larva Bath Houaat on the directly in trout nf tha Hotel; furni*h Hit or Cold, Salt »nd Water Baths Tourist* tU< i' l not tail to vi.it this delishtfnl resort. Trains leave Lot Angelea at 0.30 A. M and 4:140 P. M |>tve Saota Monica at 7.16 A. M md » V. M J. W. SCOTT PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES. do. MM I CaaaLae IIIWM p. n. Saira. SMITH & KEARNS, Manufacturers of ' WORCESTERSHIRE —AH D— •lEpicure Sauces M Restaurants, Hotels, Storm snd private fami > lios supplied. Country ordor* sollcltod. QUALITY OF GOODS UNSURPASSED. Psctory, No. 770 Sui Fernando street, opposite a New Depot. oot7tf HUMPHREYS A RIGGI\, Real Estate Agents, SJf» «V Ml Til HI'RIVIi STBEBT lw tba Nadeau Hotel ! PROPERTY BOUGHT, I Sold, Exchanged i Rented * No cottimiesion charged, unless a sale ia ef fected through our effort* cct'tf , PROF. P. EXCELS L Will Give Uaaoni iv PIANO, ORGAN, i Cultivation of the Voice iAND HARMONY. V«Jf Ua Filth .tract octll lv Auction Sale! THE ENTIRE . COMPLETE HOOK OF THI TEM ;iE STREET LIVERY STABLES, Together " ith all tbe iinproven. ••naletlng ola Brlok Stable, l»ix7o laat. with "veral tn bulldlnrre. Carrlagee and Roraea wU> ''* ■*• al PUBLIC AUCTION, Ob the* mil Day of November ON THE PREMISES, 101 Temple St., Los Angeles "SOYHSI A DI'BFRR. Auctioneer.. anrPeraono havlnf artielea or luercjuudlae ■tored on theea premleee are notined lo ramovo the aame immediately. Thia aale will oiler a rplendiil opportunity for anyone wlahlnj to engage in the livery bualaaaa Grade of Charity. Street between First and Fifth streets. ■All peraona Intereetad in the latabllehnient of or catenae ol the grade of. the above atreet are hero- I i by aoUSed to meet at tha offlce ot the City ear , viyor, No. a Weal Flral attwat, on Thuraday, Oc toberSStb, lSgj, « 8 o etock ».». i Br order of the Council of tbe city ol Lot An l ralaa. at Ita meeting of October toth, a. l> isss. , gwaa,. ——» w pjoßjjJiow Clerk of tha Council ol th. City ot Loa Angelee. Lea Augalea, October itd, A It. IMS. oSS-St I I RANDOLPH HEADERS. MOWING MACHINES, HORBE RAKES, FARM WAGONS, BPRINQ WAGONS, HEADER TRUCKS, CARRIAGES & BUGSIES, Cheap for Cash at BEES&WIRSOHING'S, 123.125 and 127 Los Angeles Street, LOS ANOELES, CAL. J«M 6m il i L T <ive Stock Mart, _ -r. of 7th and Pearl Sts. Cc Larre eteok ol WORK 1 0RIV.^ C f«°5 H ° RSES fol. ajabie, alweyi oa hand. All wall broke and fe i-i law llornea ■fifty lit ail rira •*,<-li now !■ H. if cawt tarMtaaf saTAl.o, Freeh Jersey runt. a. % BI.AIK. on hind. <er«S lm) _ San Francisco Ga^ery. ■%,»». You era about to have your picture-) t. I ..■ii.l ua your ear and we will whleper 13 Photographs for $1,50.' Cabinets 04 per Doaea.at tha San Francisco Gallery, t'oraer -l l and Main atreeta, l.oa An«elee, Cal. , aaS-laa Naud'sWarehouse WEYSE BROS. & 00., PROPRIETORS Grain Stored 5 LowßSt Bates Money advanced on Ware- . house Receipts at « per cent, en sums of $1,000 and up wards. jylSltn Pearson's Dining Palace, ROSE'S NEW BUILDINO. (Opposite Baker Block.) TIRST - GLASS RESTAURANT The beat the market altbrda at moderate prioea. Skillful Cooke aod Pastry men. All the cake, and plea made in tbe eetabllabment. Modeled on the moat famous reatauraatal n San Francleco. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. fmm STOCKHOLDERS' MUTING. Tba auaual meeting of tbe stoekboldera oi tba Loe Angelee Kleetrle Company, for tba election ot flea Directors aad Mob other hoatneea aa may be praaeated, will ba bald at Uu worse of tb. Company, cor. Banning a.d Alameda atreeta, Loa Aagelee, an Thursday. Nov. 1, I«S>. at 11 o'clock a. ». Ct H. HOWLANO, 017 tar Secretary NEW AtiVERTISHMENTS. Acmeßestaurant. MR. ROBERT ECKERT Has Opened In the HOORK BUILDING, TheMostStylishßestaurantonthePaciflcjDoast The Ap]tcri»tmcnt» of this Superb Resort nro Simply Metro oolitnn In R;tiiit;*m to a general Dining Koom, remarkable for its elegance, there are numerous n, ar'mrutu, ntylislily appointed and upholstered, in which meAls may he tnkeii m famille. Iv tho rear there is an arrangement hy which, through fold ing d 'i-iis, three cozy rooms can he thrown into one, the very plaoe iv which to give ael-ct haoquets. There is no place in Sun Fr.uicisco which approaches the Acme in the sump tuousnts. of its appointments, white the cuisine is presided over by a chef whose reputation is not confined to the United States. A splendid and airy Bear Hall aud Card Room are features of the Restaurant. Two separate entrances lead (o the select private apnrtments, which are independ ent of a bar which Is stocked with the finest Liqnors, imported and domestic, ever sold on the Pacific Coast. The Acme Restaurant is the Headquarters for The Celebrated Boca Beer, YVhieli is always on dranght there, icc-oold. A perfect attendance v one of tho most noticeable features of tho new Res taurant and Saloon of Mr. Kckert. OYSTERS SERVED UP IN ALL STYLES. oc4lm H. SLOTTERBECK. Sportsmen's' Headquarters, Temple Block, Opposite United States Hotel, Dealer in all KitgHnh aud American Latest Im proved Treble-Wedgs Fast anil Uammbrie** Breech-Loading Shotguns, Also, latest improved RIFLES and PISTOLS. Choke-boring and Repairing of fine guns a specialty. All work done in best style, speaking for itself and leaving no need for self praise. 025 ~l7a. dies, fall and see the New Styles In In Pall and Winter Millinery AND LADIES NECKWEAR, JUST RECEIVED BY SMITH & WEDGr E , OPPOSITE THK POSTOFFIOE. .*»*. HARDWARE EMPORIUM NO. 2! LOS ANGELES ST. Dealer ia Stoves, Ranges, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Force and Lift Pumps, Rubber Hose, Crockery and Glassware, Iron and Lead Pipe. Sole Agent for the Superior Stores and Ranges, manufactured by Bridge* Beach Mannfaorur* ing Co., St. Louis, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware and Artesian Well Pipe, Plumbing in all its branches dono to order with neatness and dispatch. jy2l IS PACIFIC OOAST LAND BUREAU A CORHJIIATIO.*. Principal Plaoe of Business, 23 Keatroat** Street, San Francisco, ■OB AGENCIES AT EAC.I CO J Nil SEA* Ol' THE STATE. EASTON & ELDP.IDOE, Auctioneers. LIBERAL CREDIT . SUBURBAN HOMES. Choice Ci . : /in (1 Lands, "OLIVEWOOD," LAKE ViNEYAH' 1 TRACT, PASADENA LO3 ANCSLtS i .'JMTV, A* Accra -j, BATURDAY. - - !< »i!VIBER 17, 1833 ON THE - IT Hi a ..jv, A.M. MAP OF "OLIV"'.VCOO, [ CM ANQELEB COUNTY. f i « 41-100 Acres ! ' r.T'NSMOOB. OUYKB. OLTVKS. LOT r« j LOT 43. I I 1 T A >• » BESTOS. ti ' ' i OIUHOMJ. . jj 10 Acres. 10 Arr. . I LOT a. I ■ 2!l!=L , <*!£! JMJJJJ lot i,. S S TOTC j~' id' 3 1 — JAer» * LOT 9 i i A.n-. Z i ' I.OT 11 X -c r " 10 Acre. aiupn. ' - ■' 1 i wros 1 0«un«. J t Hunan* LOT 50. jf rt men ,«l>. Aug. .- J 3 ACTM. H 2 I ! "I I.OT AO. O-mmm. g t> 3 Acrea r; * BLOCK L. * Vcjt~T~ SKATTDCI. 4 * il" g Q | ii OHAWOWI. j * I** I LOT 88. * ■ X 3 Aon*. U •».».». I 3 • M LOT 87. 3 Acres. I Hrdranu -410. "bakqw. amm Water Main*. LOT 38. i 3 Acre*. TERMS—Ono.thml cash ; balance in on. «r.d two > rs. intereat on deferred permeate «t 8 percent. par annum. No Morteaao Tax u> lw paid hy tho purcheiare. TITLE PSBerEOT. In.tro mente of aale at nnrobaaer's expense Ten day. allowed for saarob of utle. A dopoatt oflO per cent, will ba required on the fail of tho bjuamer: Ulnuoo nf ca.li payment on deUteirof deed, and If l»tlon«Jd tunl.ee for d.foctni •! , aid .oi-r.-m to be void. Abetreet of title oompiete te day of aale. per luapa and f urtuer particular., apply ta PACIFIC COAST LAND DCItEAV. EASTON A ELDRIDGE, Anettonc.r., ti Montgomery Street, Saa FYancaeoo TBOS. & BOWKH A CO.. Loa Aniele.. o, i' O BROWN, on the Property. Gold Fillinffs, from the smallest to entire Crowns, made with Gold, guaranteed to stand the test of time and use. pa.xivx.xisB mjtx.'X'javAorgxoßtr. Dr. Smith has recently invented and constructed an apparatus that in ONE SECOND will make the most aching teeth and the most in flamed nums as insensible as a stone. This wonderful process renders teeth extracting in all cases, children and adults, ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS AND HARMLESS. SSTSa ha bia Eapanol, on pari. Krauoai" and Engllab spoken. aau LATEST STYLES "«a tirLOWEST PRICES. E. H. LUSTSENBAKD, DEALER IN Boots and Shoes, Eats and Gaps, Gloves, Etc,, I Has rafiMvtd to his now ttora, No. lt& Sguth Sprtntr Stivat, Roadar Block, when ba contiaUy liivUea | tha public to call and inapact hia u*w stnes. of goods. *»i*9 lm j I.AWYKRS. BRUNBOS. WELLS & Lit, ATTORNBTB - AT-LA W aeMaS ll lo IK. Baker lllock. Los Angelea, Cal. Practice in all State snd Federal Courts, sell lm S U. IRNTLST. I. V. f.r/CAS. MOTS WtOSS. WICKS, lifeSt St Iti;ViXKV, ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W, •6 AND - TEMPLE BI.UOK, 1,09 ANOELFJI. mmm 3. O. Hoe-asp. Joaa Kosaars. HOWARD & ROBARTB, Attorneys and Counsßllors at Law Wilcox Block, 111 Spring SI.. Loa Ai.soles. jelltl J ARRET T. RICHARDS, AMorui-y-at I.hi*. OFFICII—Downey Block, Boom 10. ait 1 David Lyon, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Boom I, Downey lllock, Los Angeles, ata ■x. r. oAianrsa. V. o. stspubnsos. Uardiner & Stephenson, Attorneys an Counselors at Law Orncs-Booms 1, t SBI 3, Allen Block, CORNER OF SPRINU AUD TFJWPLE STU. IsbllU D. M. ADAMS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Room 77 Temple Block. JaallU J. Brousseau, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. tvTNOS. 68 AND 67, BAKER BLOCK, mrlltl William D. Stephens, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ROOM 80, TEMPLE BLOOK, LOS ANUELEa, Will give speoial snd prompt Sll—HiaS to tlic probate ot wills and settlement ol estates ol de ••derrt*. apWMy Bssbt II Smith. T. B. Brows A. W. Btmos Smith, Brown & Hutton, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Omcs—ROOMS 01, US A 03 TEMPLE BLOCK, mrlltl JNO. S. CHAPMAN f. A. ORA ES. (Jravea tb Chapman, Attorneys and Counselors at Law ROOM NO. « BAKER BLOCK. 'silt 8. O. Hubboll, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROOMS 14 4, DUOOMMCN'S BLOCK, come Main snd Commercial Sts., lam Anrelse. my7t/ JEOKOE S HUPP. THOS. X SMITH Smith <t Hupp. Attorneys and Counselors at Law. OFFICES Sa * 80, TEMPLE BLOOK. Will practice la all c the Stat* and Federal Court* in California and will give prompt and faithful attention to all huainess entrusted to tasas aIU W. P. HEATHMAN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law LOS AMCELES, CAL. Room 8, CI ol Paris Block. P. O Boa 477. assaa PHYSICIANS. M. s. .tMES, M. D., Lanfrancrt Block, Los Angehs. Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat Dieeeae, treated axclualraly. octfj-tf W. L. WILLS, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Office. 23 S. SPRING ST., ROETJER BLOCE. Offloe Hours - 9 to oa. m and 1 to 8 and 7 to • r. a aelltl 5E55h A Follansbee, M. D. OFFICE, ill 9. FORT STREET Offick Hotjaa -S to 10 a. M Sixth atreet ear, pasa the door. eelvtf WALTER LINDLEY, M. O Orncs and RsstDEircß aro. aia fort m~x? Next door to Wollweber's drug store. Telephone No. 4S. office hoiua I to 4 f. BJ J. C. KnsPATRicE, U. D. F. Di W. Ckakr.H. DRS. KIRK PATRICK A CRANK, ! Surgeons and Homcoopathists. Ortl -c and residence, for the present, at No. £1 South Fort street, between let and aJ streets Hours, from 10 to 13 a. v. and 1 to 4 P. M. Telephone No. 46. jetttf Dr T. C <UAJLB. HEALTH OFFICER. Office, for the preaent, room 8, Lichtonberger Block, Main street, above First. Offlce hours for Vaooinating and other city business, from * to 10 a. SL feWtf J. ' ir-ir- ARCHITECT, SANITARY ENGINEER, AND ; SUPERINTENDENT OF WORKS. Room 2, Ducommun Block. All business entrusted will receive prompt and practical attention. Jufi-tf. Dr. 0. P. Gillingham, Member Hoyal College Surgeon,, England. Member Royal College Phyatcianl, Edinlmrg. ISS N MAIN ST., NEXT BAKER BLOCK. declOtf Haa removed hia office and reaidence to Ponet Blook, Main atreet, between Flrat anil Second, where he will alwaya be found, if not profeealon ally eagagod. Offloe houra, 10 to 12, 8 tea, and 7toB Ju3lm Dr. J. S. Qrlffln, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, Ida MAIN STREET. Ottloa Houra v to 11 a. at, Ita S and 7to 8 Reeblenoe-Eaat able of Mala atreet, below Fint. inl.vtf Dr. Joseph Kurtz Mo. -Mt, Main street, oppoelte Baker Blook aaTEye and ear dlaaaaea treated with the oare ol a epeciallet. apt* J. Harmon, M. D., Coujity Physician. MASCAREL BUILDING, upatalra. Reaidenoa Coemopolltan Hotel. Oflioe hour* from 10 to 1-2 a. a.;ftomlto tr a Mrs. Alice Hioins, M D. PH YSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlce and Beaidenaa-No. 1» Fort atreet, Lo Anaelea Cal- Office boara, 10 to 18 A. M„ Bto r. a., 7 to 9 in the evening. a 29 lm City anil Country PROPERTY FOE S ALE. I 18 lota Blank P. Halt Tract, oue blook from I Temple .treet, aad bra minute, walk trom Court I Houae. . . m SO aotee, with water, Leat> aad Meeaervo Tract, P< Sl«rea with water. 4 roilee aortb et Femona ti. M. STEPHENS, oct-lm U» Spring Street, Room 11 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 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 Polaaki ft Sons' at 50 cents on the dollar. And in addition to their stock he has a mammolh stock bought of Smith, ..ones & Co., of Kansas City, Mo., who failed with a fresh stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which was bought hy agent in St. Louis, Mo. Stock amounting to $21,000 was bought for cash for (110,000, and will be sold here at 20 per cent, less than same gooda can be bought. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS I Table Damask, all Linen, 50 eta per yard;soo dozen Napkins 40 cts to $'J.fiO per dozen. Oood Towels from sto 450 centa. Linen crash at from 6 to 15 cents a yard. 5,000 YARDS SUMMER DRESS GOODS At 5 cent, to 73 centa per yard. Wool Dress Goods at a great sacrifice aa ont stock is too large in that line. Lace Curtains 10 to 45 cents a yard. Collars and ties at half price to close down tho stock. Laddies', Miaeea' and Children's Hose for from &to 80 cent»> """"* Men I Hose, sto 25 cents. Corsets 25 cents to SI. The Large*! Stock of X I BBONB, At leu than New York wholesale prices. A large stock of MEN'S HA.TS 10 Cta and npward. Also a large stock of Ladies' and Children's Hats, At len price than any plaoe Weat. n Ladles' and Children's SHOES AT COSTI ! To Close out the Btook, and ten thousand other Articles UM I Numerous to Mention. CALL AND EXAMINE THE STOCK AND PRICES. . j J. O. BRfiaST. 239 Main Street. GrKEATEST VAKIETY .LARGEST ASSORTMENT I OF iIATS, CAPS AND Furnishing Goods Ever shown In Los Angeles, comprising ail the Nobbiest and Latest styles for both Men and Boys, i Meaning to outdo, if possible, all former efforts, ami being determined to an*. 'J tain tho reputation gained aa lender of the Hat Trade in thia city, I now reapoo*- J fully invite the public to call and secure some of the immense stock of Furnishing Goods and Headwear I have added to my establishment. Furnishing Goods My Latest Specialty. ! I>. DEBMOND| BARGAIN EMPORIUM, No. 109 Main Street, opposite United States Hotel. nrrtli GRAND RE-OPENING OF Congress Hall.l Havlug thoroughly renovated this old and Popular ■eavaffkl It has been Re-opened for Business. ftU A Restaurant, supplied with the beat the Market affords, is attaehast mtmm the Hall. f^H Ait Unsurpassed stock of Wines, Liuu.irs, Been, .tnd Ale, kept coaartMaSjM on haad. Good Cigars a Specialty. u^^H GIVE ITS A CALL. THE J W. CALKINS CARRIAGE GO J COR. ARCADIA AND LOS ANOELES STREETS. I Hays juat rocttirod frotu a. r. biim.i.s * <».. » sussiav, aamac ■ rtts. 9M A large Invoice of thsir ue'.ebmted goods, nonslsaksn ia part ef COMCOSD WAGOXS, 1 * 2 aeata, 4-SPKIXti CILIFOsMYjfI «MWltv Two Seats, Piano Boxes, Hum Very Low, BUCKBOARDS, PHAETONS, BUGGGIES, ami tw„.«cat (.AK RIAbiES JM Various Styles. Also a Fine Variety of RO -A- Xh i omprkung tbe BOULEVARD, CALLEN. STANHOPE, VICTORIA, BliAgfl LEV, TOLEDO and other popular styles of first qnality. SPRING WAGON* ■ of every kind; DUMP CARTS, LIGHT FARM WAGONS, eta., «tu. U tags, aaf style of >.bicU run may nan. Aba . |Urn. .look ot SUbjl. .let Doable J ■LaHajKbttt ill al »bJob we aarar al Sattam PUaaa ftsaas call saa ssasatna baton purnsaslae- »»asSSS^^fl NO. 86.