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VOL. XX. DAILY HERALD. abuahed every moming. ssoept Mcrday, by JOSJEPH D. Lin OH. rSRMS POR DAILY RStVALD: sr annum, by mall or express $J At ntbivlaaa rr Caaaiaaa, raa Waat, Its. WEEKL " HERALD. cirtar rUtrmaav Moajmae TBBMS: unejesj.h) mall or eirpreas, oaa. copy tt-OC feiKontn!!,' 0**?!^::::::::::: i.« *StjII)TtSE«ENTS Inssrted et rsaaonabls rata. » ■. tKsj blnda of Job Weak done to noaapata erltb 'l»Eis>ae*eao I* prlee, style and eUranee of : tsssLl I I LATE TELEGRAMS. [SPECIAL TO THK HERALD. I reel** OSMMt BearerSe Seatea - Btcredtwat IlinwHlrarr. Bar FBAjtcnps, March 3. At th. athletic tooruement yawtarrlay threw Paoific Coast record, war. beaten. Ia th* 200 yard* foot race W. A. Rote, ot alitor, heat Hike Grary In 31) teoonde. Miss LouiM Arniaiudo did 2 milrt oo a bicycle v 7 minute. 21J eeooadi, being the beet record for th* distance. Bennett but EsJtin • five-mile bicycle race iv 16 minutes SO second*, laearreetlea at tha Itagdalea Aaylaat. Has Francisco, March 3.—Yeaterday iiioraiaf one 01 the titters at Magdalen Aaylaas had ooaeion to cbaatiae one of thtrlrla, whereupon about forty of tha irunatea overpowered bar raa out into tkw yard and created quite a dwturbaass. Hearing th* noiee Officers Burke, Price, O'Connor and Gil foy appeared upon the scon. and quailed th* dratorbanoe, not however, natal Offi ear Bark* wat cut in tbe shoulder by one ot the girls with a knife, aad thu other nfleert had been roughly handled, ■raatwr fait' Want* Bayard far View PrealAratt. Ham Francisco, March 3—lt I* aaid that Senator Pair drain, th* nomina tion uf Senator Bayard as tho Demo cratic candidate for I're.ideut, and he says he will Invest half a million In Bay ard's tight. Pair's dinner to Bayard laat week ta understood to ban had for its object tbe furtherance of Bayard's boom. Another Brute Uae* II» far teea Team Kai.Mas Cm. Marcli 3.—William L nn, who ou the twenty-third of laat month ara. convicted of aa Indecent oa aaalt upon an eight-year old daughter ot Mania Redding, sra. tn-.loy tentenoed by Judge Alexander to sixteen yean Im prisonment in the Slat* prison. A aaarteaater SalrUca White I'm star stele rlaat Treau.nn. San Francisco, March 3.— Willlaun Byborge, a bartender, while Buffering Kan delerium tremens, killed himtel? by ripping open hit abdomen and sever lag a slice from hit thigh, raaaalkle Sir every ul Ilea Sahra San Prancisco, March 3. — llau Boheo, who waa .hot by J. U. K.uuo.lv, has betn resting easy 10-day. The doc tor *»ya that if inflanioiati loe. n n art in by to morrow he may lecorer. later Orsjaalzatiaaas Waste ike tjetwraer la fall ats Stir. at.-.. »-«"riaaVaAaCtreo, March 3.-T.«- 1.1. r* organisation, yeaterday ree..l».- 'tab Uerernor Stoovmau to call an . x r<s, w sloa of the legitlalnre with th. .i.ject nf Ugialating in fa ror of lab jr. BUkrat Malaleal ta Waaaiactaa rrevelaratlal tsaeeulatleae. Wahhinoton, March 2.— Mora'. Hal Head, the celebrated Oi.i . ulnor, bat been lv re a week, but uul he uearly every other editor here, iseteteail fraakly admits that he ia here to help make tbe next President. Halstead haa sailed on all the Presidential caodidalra, tad aay a that although Logan and Ar thur ire good me a aud weigh the required panther of poau.lt, neither Kan much .bow of noi.nniti.in. Hal.tead tayt that he had a loug fiieudly inter view with Blame, and that hs tad told hits' h« was not a candidate for th* Pre* id.ocy. He diet not think there wat aay I r.wpeet of bit arrmtrnatJon aud he wat aot giving a moerereta thought or a.tea lion to- tha tubjeot. Mr. Blame aaid Hud b* wat engaged lv literary labor, that wen more fascinating lo bim than poll So* bad ever been and that ba bad ust everything else oat of his mind. I feel justified in believing, obeerved Halstead, that Blame meant every word he aaid. HelSsail think* Blame would rather ba Seeretsrv of Stale than President, and taplrts to that office under the next ad ministration. The gossip of politicians her*, however, demonstrates that no Rustler whtt Blame aayt he will sorely bt placed in tbe race. Callferala Machinery aa the Way ta Africa. Cmicaoo, March 1. S. P. Davis, of Sta Francisco, was in this city yester day, oa hit way to Africa. He r,pra senta Mr. Prioe, of Saa Francisco, and it it charge of th* largest thipinenl of raining machinery known to railroader*. To carry thit special train, twenty tat cart, of 20,000 ton* capacity, otmra over the Union Pacific and Rock Island road to thit oily. Prom here it went to New York, and from there to London, Cap* Town, Africa, and thence to a small port ia th. ' Indian ocean, whence it will be taken 111 mile, over a tend deaerl fo a newly daaoovttwd gold mine in South Ariea. Tbt saslhlatry weighed between 280 • h^- M tll#twaittll ttett ran Boston, March 2.—At tba Pint Bap tist Church on Columbus avenue to-day, th* pastor, R*v. B. Crane, announced that be would omit th* regular sermon, as there wat a more important duty. Si' tn* platform, tsr. Mills aald tbat there wat a debt of frW.fJOO raiting upon th* church aad tt teas hh greatest desire that it ahould he wiped ont. Years ago he resolved to I Ml aside amm each year ta purchase a ' farm to which he could retire In hit old age, aad tht* amount he would now give towards tb* csncollation of th* ehureb'i indebtedness. He then called for farther gift, and In lest than aa hour tha entire 145,000 wss subscribed, lerberaw la tkeAtlantic Prabakle ■ara las aft Fetreleaat Skt». , > ai.itax, March 3.—The steamer iu ntt>, front Raw Cattle, England, re ports fearful storms, teaa aad revolving hurricanes, with heavy fields of ice and aoumerubi. leebergs. They sighted a iwo-maated steamer apparsaatly bard tad bat betw*** twoicaberaa, but could aot hake out her naate. Later tbey passed at oil-rake or petrolenm ship on fir*, the crew art hstlSTad ta hare been rat \ eead by a pasting vttttl, trlah Matlemal Leaera. ttaaaaa i stcsury tetrfl't Lata* Sehaasr. \ latluox, March ..--The firtt declare, \ las* tit the part of tb* Irtek National League ia oppoStsoa to Henry fieorge't landaeaeme wat mad* at a meeting at Cork oa Sunday, tt which the aoheme tea declared impracticable. A l me ta ta* styaaatlt* riews* la sVtraatats. LrinnoN, March B.—Twobfct Ameri est,, w ho rstehtS Loadoa from Sooth ampton faMtfl 13, have bean £2? mt]z22r'» a ° M ' ****** fst**|. Jw testes FatStSf* m¥mt est* tan sr. Mn. They sr* satsTtSttb* *c attaors of Aportioa t iitsi tjistTM stwtsb tn kean Beumai t»T is their foout. The Calico Country Tb* following interesting items are coadanaed from slat Calico Prirf Th* thermometer waa a* low aa 20° above aero. At Mojave, anow fell to fhe depth of six inches. Tbe river it sgiin SO high as to make It unsafe for teams lo Croat. A titorary society It one of the ImpravoTnanta In aoeiety matters at thl* frontier lowa. Some rebellious on , which Wta considered worthless, was sent to a Sab Francisco aatayor, who found that tt waa smelling, not milling ore, aad sent back a very flatterini; report of it* vain*, 12,180.20 per ton. A smelter will thort ly be erected near that* valuable minoa. A school it proposed for Daggett, the railway etatior. for Calico, and whey* th* Print ia published. Mr. J. B. Osborne, tha weil-kuown miner, hat obtained con trol of the Atwood mine, one of the rich es ton tbe desert. Mr. O. Babton, fo • merly superintendent of tbe Oro Grand* mill, ha* taken charge of the Oriental quarts mill. It ia lumored that sampling works will toon be erected at or near Daggett by an old Colorado miner. It it alao on tbe lapis that thera will be two new quartz mill., shortly erected near the Fish Pouda, which it a central location- It appears that livelier times than ever are i i the prnspeuilv*. AUCTION SALES. AUCTION SALES By JOHN <\ BELL A €0., BKAL KSTATE AMX.KNEEAL AUOTIOKEERS OWrr, Kopm it, Ttwinl* Block, ore* the CoaiitJ tenk. R*M t»td.U in all ptuteof the- city. ttMlad int? rMkdttiirss, and biurfncs* proi-arties, blocks mod ranchta, ■übd.rMt*, mini told *t auction or pri vat* rttvla. m Appf*Uw«JDfliits rsf ev*>fw description oi pctjfwty ft bpcclaltv. Bales made mt auction b, order of Courts. Admbiitftratnra, EvacttttMS, C^iiuitadon ers, Reotilrers, Mo rig twee* and Tnntnisi, faithful- I> vou.pl> liit; with pmarltrad letfal fori or. ilouw aod rooms rnUtd; aaajnad charge oi pro.aerty, bold ijowar oi sttaarneT tor ftltwntoet*, colhvt rents, atttwid to uxea, imursnce, strt>et •ro.k. inipntrttKicatsi uid buQditwa. A so, mUWob, horts and tan Us* sake yard. Loa A»g»'.trs street, Flrefand Saooml trtreeU Real Estate Sale San Gabriel, Walnut Avenue, ON THE PREMISES. A Desirable Horns for a Oentlemaa. I will Mil fotug-e H. use snd « aeree liljrhly utiptoved Uritl on ti*a Ailnoibra, directly oppt> sile t-hcreskidoiiceautUr. jti.U of Q. U. Adanu aud K. L. Uftvba.r>.sN .• f |loer«: ttlttb, loamy, ■andy cull; all fli,e ihnf:> t tue >tnd vlnui in full srtwsVftta", CtMibdnlngr eui o) tht; - tr'wa—Navel aud Mt-dltt-rranmn O.Vii'iid» of the Bluu Elbon vaiiny; 2iAt \ iiio. vi ti:t aasurU' I Ui-K - Uiut<t*ist of Al«UM<<lria, Plawe Ukay, etc,; about &M B-titlctt i#ttrp, ptet h. apricot, fls}a and apple treis. The oottaire contains 4 ruonu and kitubefl, dt> ttvciiad. Water Unviighoul the house, -t.*iiu* and comd, Norn —Adjoiidntf andtMur shorn* groumlm are ■he elegant (Toaudls ami iwltla«wea of Q. B, Adaaas, K. h -Vlaybe rv, Sonvfllc and JUr*. Hot bttsad. 1 hie tract Is b*sMtlfuUy t?Uvat*s... ooui tnarsdiiaf a Sue new of the riiorra Madre Villa tho trlstxant Kay uiond Hotel vow hi ptuetv* ot t-Mtcti.iii; abe urn irmuwis of Boae, De Barth Hhor'., Ualala, Cart.r MiJ sxher*. (UltitHncc by carris/ti I rots uh Aiiprul.-s, *.'> minutes; by care, to v iieUtea.)The It.st.hbt.tliu( U tli ue, ealet-t atfi itrtt— U-w. Thu |tr.ipert> iv ait.,l riruuttd Ha.n C hrici ie rAfUiy snd iv thu la«L tl.rer >eani h*> ailvaitce.l h»< hn-di-ati per cent, iin.t oi thn btwt water riuhf* i>.pe I on tha ground. Keateaa vty rt-as»itable. The water rbjbt will be cold with the tfrouiMla. Ou!y ttru minu n' wa;a flout tht d*jp>jt to the (TTOUftil t%urchetuf ell ttenouilit&tjots* lit the Inuuedl ate vL-inity. Tha t*w, i-Icyat.t new eohool httuio only out- block off. lastlly afranved round,, arcund ihe hcuee and eralka; the cboloest flotrert. plante, frouerintf tthruliee awl ornamental tr c*. Ti.it It just the apot for a fetitkman of Iti-urc, a heme, cr usdouttedly a oapi-Jtl speculation t>> h >ld. as there Is very little if any improied propt-rty directly lv the heart of the plai c for sale. To be ap. reousted n vat he seen. I »vill *Jii*> t .un at tan Uabriel to R. I. Bayley, the jentit uumi proprietor of the hnttl, who «UI direct yuu to the RrountU. for further uartu iilare and prioe v ppty at efftoe. febfi JOHN C. Be.Lt<, Auctioneer. REAL ESTATE SALE, AT AUCTION, EAST LOS ANGELES, os tuk rnKMisra OnTnrnday, March 11, ISB4, I shall tell . itho.it ratjervs SO ELCQANT LBVBL LOTS. —ALSO— Su H>.n.e> n d Luis. Cars within one hlock. PnWswalsr* heettftef, JOHN C. BELL, lean AUOTIOMCIR. at raivAre sale. Fine vftliint.il' prornrtv on Temple street, STKW lUrl st* Of MIX KOOXM And lanre Jof, r.rtlculari at offtct. NOYES & FIELD, Anctionßßro, NO. «4, NORTH MAIN BTSEST Oapaalte reart Heaae. Will conduct a general auction tiiuanen on most liberal terms. Prompt returns madeon sll sales. Onr regular Satnrdav sals. Horses aod Carriages wfll hs held si Temp'e stree IStables until further notice. E. W. ROTHS ol* P. W. f nttp. AUOTION SALS, •a Tared nr. Marevfe Stk. ISM 4. At 10 o'clock, at the tare era Routs, first street, sast of Las Angeles street, the entire furniture, carpets, heddtng. etc.. at 16 twdreous; alto ail Uts dining moan aad klleaea furniture suitable lor boarelog So peopls. Styrhe sale It poslUvs snd without reserve. aaeTRSMm a ekAta, asbs Auction ears. TUTTf, sstsss ttistssi » eeateal JobWac, Oar. DOWSST AWE ant USUTNUT It., tmm fat ttjasa JaatW A. 1. HASSIwritOS. LOS AtGELES, TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 4. 1884.-WITH SUPPLEMENT. NKW TO-DAY. NKW TO-DAY. The Archtmedian Lever Is HALES 311 EAT SPECIAL SALE OF NEW YORK I EASTERN DRYGOODS. It hss raised the people from the very depths of ruin ous prices and placed them far above the reach of the usurer. „ When there is a wish to achieve something, it is a commsfi remark to say "it is only a question of time," but in some cases it appears that time itself is annihilated and its twin-born companion, circumstance, relieves Old Time of his load. The circumstance of HALE A €0. opening out A B C business is predicative of a brighter dawn in ZDZRTST Ca-jOOIDS And the old cloud-capped hills of big prices melt away before the sunlit sky of a more liberal policy. The almost omnipotent lever of Hale's Special Sale of Dry Hoods lias lifted from the shoulders of the people the superin cumbent weight of fancy prices, nnd placed within their reach all they need at figures commfjosurrtte with their in come, and. with A rchimides, we hold that the same prin ciple will lilt a world. Man's aspirations are boundless. We now hold the best trade in Southern Calilornia. The fact is thelcver is at work and at tjafrv pressure there is a true realitation that we are doing good—the people know il. Had the people of this city been told, six months ago, that such a revolution was to take place in the dry roods business of this city they would very probnbly have laughed at the prediction and ridiculed the prophet, for at that time all means of relief were clouded in obscurity; but, as the night seemeth darkest just before daylight, the advent of RALE'S dispelled the clouds and threw sunshine into the homes of those who could not afford to pay ex tortionate prices for dry goods. Hale's (treat Special Sale of Dry Ms Has fairly vanquished all opposition and left us in sole possession of the field. We will continue this sale a few weeks longer, to give those in the country an opportunity to avail themselves of the special bargains. Never was there such a slaughter. We started it to make it a VERITA.BH.IC SALE And we have succeeded. Our purpose was to nviko this ssle advertise the House, and the crowds that have thronged our store since are living witnesses to the fuel that we are naming lower prices on a greater variety of goods than any other house in Los Angeles. But the fact is we are too he.tvily stocked. Our Eastern purchases far exceeded our capacity, and we are compelled to clear them out. The Goods are all Paid for AND MU«T BB SOX. ID! In conclusion, we invite everybody to pay one visit to HALES Great Special 'Sale OF— New York and Eastern DR-r oooos, And our word is our bond that you will not suffer a disappointment. goods taken back or exchanged during this sale. Country orders receive prompt and careful attention. Price List and Samples stint free on application. VERT TRULY YOURS, J. M. HALE & CO, 7 tad 9 ffPBIRO ST., OFF. POBTOFFOE. LAWYERS. BRUStON. WILLS A Lit, ATTORNEYS - AT-LAW Rooms 11 to IS, Baker Block, Loe Angeles. Cal, Practice in all State and Federal Courts, set lm ' WICKS, LtX'AH & BENTLEV, ATTORNE V B-AT-L A W, 80 AND 87 TEMPLE BLOCK, I.OS ANOKLKM. seaotl J. O. Howaan. Jou.v Rosaxra. HOWARD & KOBABTS, Attorneys and Couaaollors at Law WUcoi Blook, 41) Spring St., Loa Angelea. | IeMU | David Lyon, ATTORNEY-A T-LAW, Hooui 1, DOvaSty heart. Loa Augeles a4h Gardiner a Stephenson, Attorneys hu Couoaeloia at Uw Ornca-Rooms 1, 1 and 3, Allen Block, * CORNER OF SPRING AND TEMPLE HTM fehtltl D. M. ADAMS, ATTORNKY AT - LAW, Room 77 Tempi* Block. Janlltf J. Brousseau, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. aarMOB. M AND tl. BAKER BLOCK, mrllU JNO. 8. CHAPMAN. I. A. CR..VRS. Oraves & Chapmai., Attorney, and Oounaelora nt Lata ROOM NO. S BAKER BLOCK. 'ellt IEOROE 8. HUPP. THUS. fl. SMITH Smith A Hupp. Attorneys and Oouri/ialors ut Ims a orncn-ss a su. temple block Will practice In all c the State and Federal Ootnrtaui California am) sill give proutr* and faithful -attention to all t.uduess entrusted to Usee. nltl ~ PHYSICUNS. " M. Hilton WUUams,MD, MCPSO (Formerly of Detroit, Mich.) Disease.of the Hesd, Throat anil Chest, includ ing the Eye, Esr and Heart, a specialty. OFFICE;—27f. North Main atreet. Office hours from 10 A. a. to 4 r. a. Sundays, from 4 to 6 r. a. Residence, 15 South charity street, feb'2Mt Dr. H T- Baldwin, (Late of Toronto, Canada.) Rooms .12 aod S3, Nadcau Block. fehl2 lm 0. EDGAR SMITH, M. D., Renal IMarnwes. Weaab and t'rla ary Troablew. geT 1 FICE:-No. 18 South Main street. janSilf DR. J. P. WIDNBY Km :t'DM>*sjd hisoflke from Dowticv Biocl; to VVIUNKV BLOCK. FlllbT STKIXT, Ik't* ei-n M in and Bpriutj. OITICK lIOCR3, j n J^ l J F ;is ReaUenee. .'l'll South Hill Street. Telephone, '.IBce 53, House f.»-3. Jlill-illf DR. J. M WHTfr, DENTAL PARLOR, Soutlt Spring street. No. 31 Brraon Block, Los Angeles, Cal JacOll M. P. CHAMBERLIN, M. D. Graduate of the lIOMOEOPATIIIO MEDICAL COLLKr.i:, Of AlisßOuri at St. Louie. Ofllue and Resldenre. 70 South Main Ftroct. OlMtetrice and D ee*Viee of Women a euucinltv. Officti hours tt all times when lift ab-«nt on iro feiesooal buelnesa ded) tf OR. R. H. SNOCMAKEff, S3 XI Bfl" T X « , , lAtcof PMladtlpl.u. OFFICE—Room No. 7, Kathtau Uo.L i-tHct hours—lo A. m. tot r. » dtilv. rXtnpl Sundar. Contour fllHncs ai>p*v:ialt.v uocGH L. K. RILEY. M. D., OFFICE—Room ti, Schumacher hlock, opposite pnetoAce. OlRee hours—lo to IS a, a.. 2to * and 7 to Sr. .. HOW In r. oi «. crass, m. a, HO M CEOP ATHIB T. Especial attention paid to dlacaaes nf inf.nL ami children. Booms 35 and 56 Baker Mock, oflice aou-., 10 a a. tolls., 2t04. and 7 tos r. a Burl H • a. >. doatt.M. c., Lanfranco Block, LOS ANOELKS. Eve, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases treetej exclusively. swts-tl W. L. WILLS, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Office, il W. FIRST ST., WIDNEY BLOCK. Office Hours—B to It. s. and 1 to 8 aod 7 to 8 r. a. selltl Elisabeth A. Follansbee, M. D. OFFICE, Sll S. FORT STREET evnc* Horns -8 to 10 a. a. " tta Sr. «. Stath street cars peas tn. door, sslitf WALTER LINOLEY, M. D Omc. and RsaiDßSi a aro. an.es fort mt Matt door to Wollweber's drug stare. Telephone No. 42. Ofßce hours 8 to 4 r. * n T.C UAU, HBALTH OFFIOER. Oflice,forth, present, room S, Uehtenberger Block, Mate atreet, above First. Oflice hours lor Vaccinating and other city business from 8 to 10 a. a. leb7tf c«. OKAS. LAN SZICCTRY. OFFlCE:—Schumacher Block, opposite Post oflice, rooms SO and 21. HESIDENCK - r.arl street, comer Ninth. OOee hours -10 to 12 a. v.; sto4 r. a.;; to & 1... at rasidenos. Telephone No. at office .nil residence, let Oar and night cans answered. lentil Dr76. Y. Gii^ham, Sseober Royal Collage Surgeons, England. Member Royal College Physicisns, Kdiuhurg. lit N MAIN ST., NEXT BAKER BLOCK. decintf Dr. J. & Orifla, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 104 MAIN STRUT. Office Hours » to 11 a. M., 1 lo > and 7to 8 Real.lence—Kast aide ef Main street, below first. mtt-tf -Br. Joseph Knrts No. «W Main street, opposite Baker Mock aWEj. and ear iHseams treated with the oan of a specialist. apt! J. Harmon, M D„ Oounty Phyeioian. MARCAUL BUILDING, upstairs Raaideeioa C 'o*V» boors ntaa I* to is a. ».-, from Ite ir.u aatt-tt Miw, Alice M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ottse aval Rill I ran-No, It Fori street, Lo Aug Sim, Osl OSes hears, 10 ac it a. a., tto r, al.Tss»lntbs.T«srag. sstua Good BusiiieBB Ohanoe. lfjatliai faeala>jlisaawlwrabto bkree adataat wall, of seje Ooejar* Ifeejee; roti>eae aoe arc w« est w sba.par*/ |U,i Sittii isatbaajiate Um tm-mmtm eettf mptaatstrM NEW TO.DAY. A'EW TO-DAY. Los Angeles Jewelry Manufactory, it* NORTH MAIN ST., TEMPLE BLOCK, FREDRICK LINDE, Proprietor. WE WOULD REfsPEOTPL'I.I.Y CALL THR ATTKNTMM of our cuetotuere aud the publi.% that having removed from our old stand In tho I'owncy Block, to our preeenf quartern, where, with Increased facilities, It Ih cur Intention to un.iuifa. turc ttiost 1> or ncsriy ell the (roods which M otlvr for uto. We alao MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY TO OROER. Setting or nMottlng Diamond! and Precious Stones In the most anolent or modem atylee. AUo Letter, nnd iirnamcntal Engravlne;. Lv tiers Etiifraved in all stylee and languafei. Enamel Kn «i\tvif.(t snd Enameling In C'olou ArfJUsUlttMor Flur- WatchfH by Nklllest Workmen We alao enrrv in stock a hi,,,- aasortniont of AMERICAN AND BWIBB WATCHES, Diamonds & Diamond Jewelry, Quaitz Jewelry of aU Design.:. Etruscan and Filigree Work. SETH THOMAS, WATEfIBURY, WELSH ANO FANCY BRONZE CLOCKS, AMI A LARUE MTOCK OK SILVER PLATED WARS ANO OPTICAL OOODB. ASSAYING IN Aetata ITS BRANCHES. Oive ua a call ami bo convinved that you cau do bettor here tban elsewhere. Tho HIGHEST PRICP, PAID for OLD GOLD and SILVER M Im The Ncai Range iv Ibe City ia the SB 1 GLENWOOD, FOR mwWk CHAPMAN ft PAUL, B Stovesjinware, Hardware, JH CROCKERY AND CLASSWARE. —amo— Plumblne tt Tin Hoofing. "THE GLENWOOD." NOS. 12 & 14 COMMERCIAL ST., XaOB AWaBIaSIS, O-aSk-X.. febltlm jr. iffziTjßaea.TTLait., LADIES' HAIR DRESSER ! And Manufacturer ol Practical Theatrical, Fiialiionablo, Ornamental and Artistic HAIR WORK; such ac Braids, Curls, Puffs, Wigs, Half-Wins, Wavea or Front Pieces, Faabloualile Colßures, Hair Jewcln . ll.ir rbnrera, Himnmcatal D» vir» in nuniory ol lost iclative and frlemla. Also TIIRAT RICAL A'lOS ami UIIARDa. Etc No. 118 FIRST STREET, NADE.It BLOCK. Los Angi Irs. tdTA large and select stock of all kinds ol flatr Ooodt at the Lowest Prices alwaya en lund Ladles' anj children's Hair Dressing, Cutting, Shampooing anil Curling In the most arttatlc man nw. fan W lm EXOTIC (orARDENS^Ta^^ HEW LOS ANtaELES STREET, BETWEEN FIRST ANO THIRD STREETS. I now offor thu U-t aasortuient of ORNAMENTAL TREEB, SHRUBS, r LANT3 AND BULBS t<> he fouud in Southern California. Parties are Invited t - examine vi) stock and g»t BsTtCTrsf before elaewhere I do not Intend to he undereeld by any tiifoiati or dealer*. M'wuropc l Ltwn (i;it-* Seed now on hand. 1.1.3-1:.. ii -~ ,ti..nv. £,ocxa jr. STEiMaEi.. JULIAN TROCONIZ, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, UXDERWEAR AND HOSIERY. sarSI'ECULLTV-IInME MAHi: KXTIIA SIZES WHITE SHIRTS NO. 2 1-2 BERNARD BLOOK, On First Street, near Main Street. Los Angeles, California, feasT-lsa FUBHaTITTJBB! J. P. MANSFIELD & CO., I Just Received Direct from the East a Large Assortment of Latest Styles of Furniture. l-PDOLSTKRV AND DRAPERY A SPECIALTY. Call ami Examine I'rices and Osaas nt ! NO. 9 NORTH MAIN STREET. SigrlfcLt is ZEPrlcoless. Avoid ull SuuttsMs dealers, when your eyesigbt is failing, until you c.vault Dr. H. Robinson, *miO PTIOII Nn^ or SO ' rittU CSi.irORNIA Can always be fonnd at Piatt & Berinan's Jewelry store. Careful attention given tn all complicated cases of defective eresight. COMPaMMD AS TICMATIC LtKSIS HOUSTED TO OHDta. ARTIFICIAL IVIB ISffRTfO I anftear natural In rdse and oolor. WITHIN THE RKACH OF ALL feblSGm . FULTON WELLS. mt APOVK FLACK, SITV'ATKD Thirteen Mile* from Lot Augeles and 2 Miles North of Norwalk. on th* Sants Ana Railroad, IS BEING OFFERED FOR SALE. It is a good paying property, paying au intereat on about r*o.ooo, but can ba bought tor lass money. The medicinal properties of ihe water are equal to theee of any health rravti on kbit continent, and possibly not interior to any In tha world. Tha arojrarty it well improved and ia located in a beautiful aad healthy locality. Owing to the mildness of the climate, it ia well petronirwa the year round. This piece it ac hambag aud will pay the purohaaar a* above sta lead. With a few thousand dollar, more improvement* added it would return a good intereat ou gIOO,YJOO. Parties wishing to purchase can apply to the owner at FULTON WILLS, Where thsy have a I'ostisS.w aaat Dairy Mail faMtf NEW AD V ERTISEH ENTS. -iWB^ ...j NEW itt : THIS WEEK. =j| • The Secret or PurcliHaliiK --I 8 TO Buy where Yon Find the , Best Goods for the LEAST MONEY. This Week We are Selllagr Table Un.a per yard Ml. HrgulM Kt.de Chiureu'e Colored Hoee, lie Pull Flalsked Silk Clocked, eolld color, La. die.' Hoee SM Dr. Badl'a Health com tl.oa Ulaee' Pebble Oca* Hhoea 75c > colored alike per rard 60a , Chirm ace eatra flue ft** Spool Silk per apool 1. liautleoran socks tte Crash i>er yard So Fort, inch French Nle Towele tte BriUlaatlnee and Crepe Cloth, AU Wool Ml ' Illac'k Brocade Sllka. Pure silk.. 'Sa tiros Orain Colored Sl'k.formeriy .1.50,n0w 11.00 stabrederese per yard So Lacs Pillow Shanes, seek 26c All Wool Drees Goods psr rard Sue Hisses' Lenftrr toe shoes tl pcs pair, reaju lara alue vs. 50 Lssllse' Flowered Bordered Homstlrhcd iifpiAS miSiala 100 Children'a School Handkerchlsfs, very neat, fie New Items Daily IN LOCAL COLUMN. Dissolution Sale. People's Store, f ONE PRIOE. m N. Main Street Iff. I odor at SAN FRANCISCO LOWtST PSiOCI. dslivoaed Pre. at sdletsisttSrwi Wet station or eteawer landliif in Southern California, foe Oash ac Baa. tbaMSSMSSj^ PIANOSJL^RCSA* rcAon? l- «BtasW^ HKUME* LONU, Saa Freadeea. „ WaavaStawstSSsV Stools ant Covers, Music Books sad Sestet Mtuae, Maast leak*. asMM P.per, Music Rolls, Music Caee. aaat flsiltlnj, " 11111 L Ttfell.' CioUuoallos. /Jthere. Teaeborieee, ft*haa, aWstjU I Drnms, Aooordeooa, Conoertlnea, garuatnlsas, SMsbJS at tt tasSst The underslaaed kariaa a bwataeee stsirlsjai•taeasV SMrJrwisMJjHH elae.her.. at. Lan Intimate aeqwsaintwaaa. and esdsaabea ana* th> ashia aM.■■**. MM end Has Treds throughout the UaßWd Stavsaa, | ll| I I Bsißtajt. ts« **S*jW .******>? in tha Music line at Lower Pries, than (Ver '^^^^^^S^SS^M^^ Manufacturer.' Sols Agwat tar ttaltini OtlSlltS llts atlllrllSS eat tSwillell ' ar*. in North atatts 31 NOSTH MADM \ DENTISTRY lm^^t*s l ' B Pißa| Hh ALL ITH BBANCB*. Gold rfiUinsrs, from tbe anuaUecrt to entire Crowna, toads ti Gold, aruaranteed to stand the teat of tints and ua**, Ruliber plates and amalgam fillings are one-third inoroury, therefor, are p onoua, often producing gastric irritation, chronic diarrhea and cssetcrold etas Physicians will do well to observe the red, pulpy, in Dantetory condition of tha; . Sale and mucous membrane of moutba containing rubber platea and amalgam gShs ' Wet nurses wearing theae materials ahould be avoided. Dr. Smith hat recently Invented and eonstrncted as apparatus t' in ONB SECOND will make the most aching teeth asd the BbM* flamed rroms as Insensible as a stone. This wonderful proasas rstsi teeth extracting in all eases, children sad adults, ABSOLUTELY PAISLISI AND HARM LB Bt gjrse habla Eapsflol; on parte Francaht. aad English spoken. s M. "W. OHZLDfI^ HARDWARE EMPORITJI NO. 21 LOS ANQELES ST. Dealer in Stovoa, Uangee, Hardware, Agricultural Implement*, Pore, aad ,1 I'limpa, Rubber Hoae, Crook cry and Giaaawere, Iron and Lead Pipe. Sole Af, for the Superior Stoves and Ranges, manufactured by Bridge A Batch Masrattp ing Co., St. lamia. Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet JroawaiSui Artaaian Well Pipe, llnrnblng in all it* branches dono to order with nttrassl dispatch. jyttS jfHk.. VIG.IITOI.O. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS. I I X.ST STREET. BETWEEN SPRING ANY SfAIl X.OBB -atVOTtn-XsXJBSB. O-eSOtV. <e»tn Pacific Wagon Gms] \». SW NORTH MAIN STREET, Wholesale aud Retail Dottier in Every Deasoriprion of 1 Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons, Sta Hannfactured from Materia.! Seasoned to Salt this Climate. (Jail and Examine My Gooda J. R. McMANIS, Manager o o i X., WOOD, HAY AND OHAROOAI HOLMIMajfMM>TTIIST S. s*nrtmt bams*. -•» ddd