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Los Angeles Daily Herald
VOL. XX.
DAILY HERALD.
■■limit every amlM, enamt atccday, by
JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
rBBHS FOB DAILY Hal BALD:
•» aasam, by nuU ot «pnm 17 00
Six Stti ll ,tym»u»r«n»— «.oo
tare* manue t «
Dauvsasa ay Cinema, tm Warn, lie.
WEEKLY ' HERALD.
Poeuuue tvaav Saajanuv Meaimna
Urn* y«r, by man mi •SnamatStaaeay IS DC
Mi montna, by mtii* enaaJflß.77/. 1 Ti
Tare, monme, by mt afflMki-t« LOS
.bVKHnsmeKTSHej^fflf Hi imue
mTAUktede at«a>W»a»l3ss»asaisiii with
•till find Uttir sbslkt In s fair elate of
"At MTtrslMl ssv slireye oa deck.
Th. repair* Wo MtSrjS
and •lobbered mots over my snnanenta
than over alt mm eoagieaslliin tssliMs.
Wm all Una* •lobbtrs aad anialss la
flatad. bsaofcad aad toss** oa ltt. Vtsa
vlns, 'tavajhl boiy that riiTaWjpdwp
tbat iv tstUMMn wonJdT*. iv.
aadibhi.
"I f«l tbo dude with gianiai IU tad
tha •Ixteen-nmSMV Smaitlatitn chorry
cheek and blooming bottle wobbling
about on ma. Soma roaring brother
opsn» out on tha prayer, tha janitor Sna
up, cloaca tba doors and windows, corks
up tha keyholes, tha hugging exhortera
•how signs of Ufa and begin circulating.
Ths necktie and bulla ehrug tbeir aboul
derssnd look meditative. Tha exhort
ara, lookiag at than), mark tha inviting
glance and pounce upon them, wind
their amu around them, tap tba lachry
mal founts, and the etnas in the Ing
lent begine with a 300-voice orchestra.
•ooeeae-Sr, Soettbi bfoekisTof aonet
■tana, t«* collapsing of butts an the
maid sad tba cruahing of aecktie aad
shift froat oa tba dude, Ukn tbe mighty
crunching of bone c by aMne bags ani
mal, may be beard, aad taws, sweat,'
prayers aad hot breath come down play
lag leapfrog afctsnj my vertebra, aad I
gat tired sad begin to yawn, and warp
and crack, and looking tinners laugh
ami the •bow soon close*.
"Theplamp, well-Mown maiden nee
. Ilea In my Up along aide tha eplndled
ahanked ootogenerian. I bear a world
of secret.,for men talk tease and polities,
slaty and tha family, love snd nonsense
ia my hearing. But, there's tba ball,
aad I must sweep tha wrinkle intrench
ed grins from my fasa for tba Sunday
maraing aervioe, leet by being rutted I
might worry ths postage stamp saal of
my most recant patron, the man with
tha tSO rait of cloUtsa snd s ten-cent
bank of religion." —Merchant Traveler.
Artificial sork haa bass invented and
wa ehall soon hear of adulterated life-
I preeerrere.
LATE TELEGRAMS.
0y I SPECIAL TO THE HERALD. I
"Bi e*bsa amaag, srrarta.d Wlrwe,
San rVaJtrsnyjO, bferch 6 Th* win*
ere m trottble between Saeraaaanta sad
VlrginU Cily.
atari eg Mare*- llhava. rerelval the
■asaeer Hia. Killed Teeterdajr
MareLar «r Itis'trlrksaas.
Baß Vbjiscwco, March 6.—Th* Blood
Hare* Aaeocletie* bai laeaed thaer epring
program D>e for rsses, wMsa wtU open
April ths Hth.
Th* asms of th* Frenchman who was
shot sad killed >eet*rday by Henry
Pfaff, the Oermaa, is Charlee Parcival
aad set Viator Serein, a* previously re-
DaStriehssa. a eslooa keeper on
taa Bsa laasndro read aboat I oar milt*
laam Oaklaad, was shot sad killed last
Be*Uard. The crime
waa tMWseall of a aaarrel orlginaUug
fultedJlua tanlmrds
brother to enter bia aalooa. Dietriekaeo
waa not*d for hia gnat etrength end ia
the man who wan ted to stand up before
aVallivaa for fear rounds.
rsktrealalang TkeCklaeac a. their
818
Baß r*aAJlouoo, Marob B.—Chinese
sigajr makara have, through a Chi*eaa
paper, published >n article ia which
Uasjr defy the Lockout Aaaociatiou and
l*faa* to work for 91 a day. They aey
sta** ta* Americana hare made a law
act allowing say more Cbineaa to com*
lo a* Doited State*, aad as ever*
breach of indaatry ta aew being devel
oped on a wider basis than before. "We
I Bar afMi mast nap oar part ef the
proofs, hit or miaa, .hear way." "Be of
good cheer, oar American brother crafts
man. We Chinese sn increasing onr
wag** waile yea an not."
Anneal lea-eel of tbe falsa Pa.
eMe agptalnlajj the Sa>**rtte.
•rue aarwlaaa I. -oa.
NSW Yobe, March ••—la accounting
for th* reduction La ita earnings ss com
Bated with lb* preeediag year, th* re
port of th* Union Pacino saya: "Bu.i
s**adepre*aine iuColcrado for the greater
part of th* year, together with s division
uf ta* Montana traffic with Lb* Northern
Paeifte railroail end en tire diversion Irom
ear lie re after SepUmber Uta, of the pee
eraser traffic between Oiegoa aad Waab
bsgtoa Territovy aad th* sast, esaerd a ,
large loss ia the paaamgrr aaaaiaee* oa ]
laa Vaaoa dirieioa. Duriag tbe^laet
. lass par 'cant lb* ratn*
pnaioaalr i iMSrc*earaUkaeLJhjaai any 'a
Jkmm ia Kisaaa, hot the BeaTix*!*!* r.
fffaTattast Irom the developmnsl of lb*
coaatry adjacent to tbe railway vo eid
erabiy esoaederl Ui* amount of ibis lose,
aad bat for the reduction ia rates in Col
ored* sad Utah, arieing free, ihe eoje
plettag of rival iiaes and a (allure lo
agree apea ra'.ea, thegroae earning, of ■
the eompaay could hare beeu largely la
ex cast this year over th* pnvi jna year.
The laat of then essssehee been rewdltd, '
sad with th* siavmtsaanoe of tbe present
rata* aad ooatisaod increase of traffic,
th* gross snd net earning* ior tt should
* shew very favorably when compared
with 13. Th* reunite of last yoar'a bu
tane* la the Maasßortation for freight io
. dicat* that r*i*d prcwreea U being made
ta the eattlemeal of the coantry andde
illi|si*ul nf ihe mlaiog aad taduatrial
intereet along th* lines of the company'a .
railway."
Mr*. iBTBbBtaTW ABeuad*** Me* A an
tral ta. Trip.
CaiCAOO, Marsh O.—Mrs. Laagtry ha* <
ttasily rlaeiderl not to go to Auetxalia i
IMb yeas, as she feels ah* ia not strong
iqnsh to stead each a journey after her
taa >is.uf«au aabjagnment, which ba
gkb* at the Baldwin Theatre Jane IMb '
sad *tesss oa Jas* 2sth. She will re- <
tarn te New York aad sail for England. {
SSaeaßßSßßmaambnaß.
TEACHERS.
AlMk iHMIMni U girs * ovum ot hs
■ltoeUon io Jl branahee of book keeping in the
moat thorough aaeooer mm aooderete terms. Oar/
a limited boh bar of pupile need spply. Addresa
"at. L P.," Umusomee. maim
MRS. MUnriß KABTBB,
leittcr at Midc ud tte Ocmu
mm. Ml SMTH MAM STattf T.
Terms Moaerete. fTrst-Clss. gefareon.
Matt
J. D. KNELL,
(Organist at the Cathedral.)
TEACHER OF MUSIO.
KaWncacrc - kUi» .teat, near the Oe,
taedral yaaa-lna
ELOCUTION.
Mlm Rots Stftnaos, ToMhor of Elo
eatlon, Volea Oaltar* and tea
Dnaw.
Reeideuce, Km. tm rjprlsg gtrief.
labia.
ART MIMAWWrIt UttAtMaMIT
Ho. 17 llaith Mala aiM, mr Iba Orange
Mora. Plte.*. I , SOe; dees I HI, 11, tl anal
at per a 4H esaaettal al beat ejeaiity a*
taa.ia.titn manes Bla.elng aa* -tastgaa to ault
any Shane or ones, of mmMrUl
MR*, c. v wrm.
(aa Aagaeal, Ccl o*7 laa
PIOFEBSOR HIHWS
DMNOINQ BGHOOL
■ecu at the Br) sen Ball
Monday and Friday Erenißga.
Ibraa* tor aaatlaai.a, sln si, t i as oo
Term, lar aaaaaa. t liaaiia., ! : IBS
Single edeileeloa par oeaipee, i : LSI
Music eta. Medley et 11.
NO BPECTATOBS.
CUaa for Uata aad CalUroa oa Saturday ettee
noonaat 1
Private Leaaona at say boar.
Tiefceta lor aii Uami st
Na Visitor* nnt Married Ladies.
least*.
MB PACTUM rUH NgRtM.
rraaaand arte, alarra IK I will uk. aorssstn
my barge iniln.il metal, rround AS aabaala
at owners' re*. V. BEAI'DKV.
habit la,
ProfosMtr Louis, tailsrss,
Wtso sea bad twenty-sevee yean experience aa a
laa raj at, win atrs laesna* la th. riwanh Language
at lata piasa, so St Saber Slock, or et papers ree-
Maan, aa moderate teres.. Refsrsneae: Mr.
Bugsai Mayer, trench Ooaenl, Miaa SSinaiaan.
JTh. Orußth, Mra Diabop Kin. O. A Dnhinsori,
eaat aaaay etawa iySelm
J. J. MELLUB
Goimnission Mereliaini,
NO. 7 LOS ANOKLBB BT.
-es.aea m—
Grain and all Binds or Country
Produce.
**rATTENTION FARMHRB"»»
aead wneat for Bala
DaVIAMCa, WHITE, RUSSIAN AN3
OEDEMA WHEAT
BEARDLESS ABO BALD BARLEY*.
Abas Meal lar Taner 0 Elrbaatrtoke thor
eayhhredSrANtSH MBBINO SHEEP.
1 **.*•* aninar rata balk.
Sola Agent for ths Champion Barbae
Wire and Chicago Oal Tan lead Baooamai
steal.
SBBSS
SREBOVIOH, GRAY & 00.,
' COMMISSIOn MERCIIAnTS
IN
Green aad Dried Fruit,
Si}ing or selling oo Coaimlaion orangee, limes,
Lemons, nuta, ate. Address
P. a Dot 1*57, Les Angelea, or
f. 0. Boa MBS, Saa fraactaco, California,
Haseee hand tor ihlsna.l at prasent ore.
BMeersof eavdea Oreagee, either ot Loa An
laaas, Sliaraldi, aaassTlnaot Saa Oabriel.
OIVE US A TRIAL. dMTSm
FOR SALE.
20 ACRES OF LAND
t| Miles best Coart Hesse,
<l .' w ""n^T
vtase; bowee. ana weS ef .ate,' alee aiew
la* crop ol aartay. Baey banes.
■■■Masj,nsTAaa urn,
deoSTtf Beeaaa n to la, Baker Stock.
FOR SALS.
AcxMof Oaoios latnd;
sajjssismsaiillil I esmmm aw* ysßsas
f JtlJI | L"j ■ '""baw
b
The Back Pew In the Church Talks
"Yes, Mr." Mid th. beckpew, "1 em
om oi tfc« Ant Mttl.rß. The day tha
charek waa dad is* ted I waa her.. A
taiaty loaaer oat aa aa* that day aad al- |
lowed th* person ta rest hi* head oa 1
my hack end bend over end tslk to him
la th* haps Ot securing moon tribation ef
|1S to th* church until ibe tweet from
ths person* arm running down ay back
I wanked my varniahed aarface, bat hs
reeetred no cash. I was her* lb* day i
of that money koaaara funeral, and when
the ssase parson an no. need as hia test:
"Massed an th* dead who die in tbe
Lard,' facet drape of sweat rose up on
tamer bam* aad looking at me anted,
,'esew'a that for freshnnes'
"Isat slandmark, my eon; I ease 1
child christened, baptiaed, married and
am alwaya it at tba funeral. Orerme ,
may be heard latency's prattle, man
hood a etnrdy rose, aad th* eoaorone
■store of old eg*. Althe*<rhl am th. ,
my hack boa* Oa pew rental dap I ,
eat uot maeh ia demand, bat oa Chrlrt
msalTSl am Bret choioe among the <
• dam whisk appropriates religion annu
ally jost preoedhsg th* shaking of th*
Chrietaaaa tree boughs. At prayer meet- >
legs I sat ordinarily a distant spectator
to whom the roiees in the front part of
the charek eonad like thaee ef s bead ef
. osaseMrators, I bar* patiently borne
' th* shofr practice with it* large, care
hasty sslliill aeeortment of noises, like
wise ths protecting darkrasm which the
cheap charek paooramist throw* sheet
Ma suae ska*.
•Trne, I sm st the tail end of the
prasssslun, bat I ao* lota of fan. I'r*
had th* slick stranger with the limber
hasss, attenuated face aad sniffing no**
sit oa ma. I knew hia stay would be
short. Hs waa soon invited forward,
eat*tod Sunday eekoel superintendent,
escorted the sharsh ladles, was Istsassly
popular, borrowed money, be cease
bsowa a* aa *mb**aler aad was peal
tsatisrsSd. I was sa bead aext Sunday
aad hssed thoss people who had lent
kirn assay sad take* bim into their
bans** sarin*, "I alwaya believed him
■rooked." lew hypocrites sit oa me;
4jk*l ge farther forward. The poor ,
1? V, with bar aits sad pars prayer
ijf freqaantly oo a*. At ohsreh
kalis* l ' raaay a sdaner haa been eor
i a7fl laa ma aad bsdacad to tak* deMar '
r ol Ifco* in a ban cent article,
fjat sharsh eornabiaa, oa me mallow I
kv/g*a ******* ystmaber aad I* elan tea.
Za *w»o **nb other-* ear* Ihnreg
nun J* racket which every gsasisllus <
frjM /Adam to Oebbardt hare assd with .
wMfr'-r » sßbstsVßoe sad bat little la
awMr*. I bar* had s pretty girl ait on
SJbrtth th* peiata of the doom et etgh
eSß yoaag men stash la her ear aad a ]
e> ewlia sad a half atreaks ot warm breath .
: *3 Sag down Inaide bar ns*k*. Thoanjh '
I*>sy iae alias rows dealt oaf hs a j
•hi I? pi by Iks yap from whoa I haw* ■
H /\f thsassas strata saag to a darn I
Ml l r*? '
MnVeT erawMag o*sr asy sash assta •
mW a bX*, maS tenets, mm. mmr
feZ am bHS ,
Jmf^SSKi
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 7. 1884.—WITH SUPPLEMENT.
I NEW TO-DAY. NEW TO DAY.
; The Archimedian Lever
HALES
\ GREAT SI%eiAL SALE
! . — or — •
NEW YORK I EASTERN
DRY GOODS.
It has 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 a'ehieve something, it is a
common 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 oi HALE tt CO. opening out A
B C business is predicative of a brighter dawn in
ZDZRTZ" GOODS
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 Ms
Has lifted from the shoulders of the people the - superin
cumbent weight of fancy prices, and placed within their
reach all they need at figures commensurate with their in
come, and, with Archimides, we hold that the same prin
ciple will lift a world; - Man's aspirations are boundless.
We now bold the best tfSlie in Southern California. The
fact is the lever igut work* and at each pressure there is a
true realization that we are doing good—the people know
it. Had the people of this city been told, six mom! s ago,
that such a revolution was to take place in* the dry goods
business of this city they would very probably have
laughed at the prediction and ridiculed the prophet, for at
tbat time all means oi relief were clouded in obscurity;
but, as the night seemeth darkest just before daylight, the
advent of HALES 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 Great Special Sale of Dry Hoods
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
ef the special bargains. Never was there such a slaughter.
We started it to make it a
VERITABLE SALE
And we have succeeded. Our purpose was to make this
sale advertise the House, and the crowds that have
.thronged our store since are living witnesses to the fact
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 heavily stocked. Our Eastern purchases far
exceeded our capacity, and we are compelled to clear
them out.
The Goods axe all Paid for
AND
Tm%ZVm m M m BB SOLD!
In conclusion, we invite everybody to pay one visit to
HALES
Great Special Sale
—or—
New York and Eastern
DRY GOODS,
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 snd Samples sent free on application.
Very truly yours,
& CO,
NEW TO-DAY. iVEW TO DAY.
Los Angeles Jewelry Manufactory,
lite NORTH SPRING ST., TEMPLE BLOCK,
FREDRICK LINDE, Proprietor.
WK WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL THK ATTENTION ol our customers and tho public,
that having* removed from our old itand In th« Downey Block, to our pretenr quarters, where, with
Increased facilities, tt Is aur intention to manufacture month- or nearly sll the goods which we offer
for tale. We also
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY TO ORDER.
Setting or resetting Diamond* and Precious Stones In the most ancient or modern styles. Alee
Letter, and Ornsmental Engraving. Letters Engraved in sll styles and languages, Enamel En
graving snd Enameling in Colors.
AclJuHtlns or Fine Watchers by Mktllrd Workmen
We also carry in stock a large assortment of
AMERICAN AND SWIBB WATCHEB,
Diamonds & Diamond Jewelry,
Quart* Jewelry of »U Designs. Etruscan and Filigree Work.
SETH THOMAS, WATERBURY, WELSH AND FANCY BRONZE CLOCKS,
AND A LARGE STOCK OF
SILVER PLATED WARE AND OPTICAL GOODS.
ASSAYING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Oive vi a call aurl be oonvinved that you can do better here than elsewhere.
The HIGHEST PRICE PAID for OLD OOLD and SILVER. Xl lm
Tbe Beat K* n g° 'S 'he City ie the
9 m GLENWOOD.
FOR BY
.M »V f!HAPMAH & PAUL,
WJ Mm — in—
■■jj M StoYßß.Tinware, Hardware,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
ALSO
Plumbing & Tin Rooting.
"THE QLENWOOD."
NOS. 12 & 14 COMMERCIAL ST.,
XrOS JmJSsBVXaJSSS. O-eWJC. 1.M4 lm
«x. xvs-cnßjtv-crziß,
LADIES' HAIR DRESSER I.
And Manufacturer ot Practical Theatrical, Fashionable, Ornamental and Artlatlc HAIR WORK;
nich as Braid,, Curia, Piila, Wigs, Half-Wigs. Wares or Front Piece,, Fashionable Coiffures Hair
Jewelry, Hair Flower,, Monumental Device, in memory ot lost relative and friends. Also THEAT
RICAL Wios AND BRARDB, Etc.
No. lIS FIRST STREET, NADEAIT BLOCK. Los Angeles.
Sat*A lat K e and aelect stock ot all kind, ot Hair Ooods at tbe Lowest Prices always en head
Ladies' and children. Hair Dressing, Cutting, Shampooing and Curling In the most artistic man
iter. Jan tS 3m
EXOTIC NURSERY,
NEW LOS ANCELIf STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND THIRD STREETS
-1 now offer the bert assortment of ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, PLANTS ABB
BULBS -" --a found iii Southern (.'alifornie. Parties are Invited t > ensmine my stock stud get
prices before purchasing elsewhere. I do not Intend to be ti rule reel d by any agenta or dealers
Mew crop of Li wn Grass Seed now on hand.
anS-Sm v XeOt7XBV J. BTByOBI..
JULIAN TROCONIZ,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY.
e-rSPF-CIALLTY-HOME-MADE EXTRA SIZES WHITE SHIRTS.
NO. 2 1-2 BERNARD BLOCK,
On First Street, near Main Street, Los Angeles, California,
JanfMm
FURNITURE!
J. P. MANSFIELD & CO.,
Just Received Direct from the East a Large Assortment of
Latest Styles of Furniture.
UPHOLSTERY AND DRAPERY A SPECIALTY.
** Cavil and Examine Price* and Goods at
, .NO. 9 NORTH MAIN STREET.
is Priceless.
Avoul all Spectacle dealers, when your eyesight i* failing, until yom consult
Dr. H. Robinson,
OCULIST,
FTIOI A Nn^-
OF southerm California
Can always be round at Piatt £ Berman's Jewelry store.
. ereful attention alren tn .11 eompllceted .»»-...( J.t,.i1.. .v«shrht CMPSSSS At
TICMATtC LIBICS MO4JRTIS TO OROIR. ARTIFICIAL tTSStMUftftO <
appear natural In size and color
PRICE* WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL. febl2 6m
FULTON WELLS.
rHK A SOYS PLACE. SITUATED
Thirteen Miles from Los angolas and 8 Miles North of Norwals, on ths
Saata Ana Ssllrostl.
IS BEING OFFERED FOR SALE.
It ia a rood payta* nroetxty. paying aa latereet aa aboat $40,000, but eaa be
boeght ior leas mooaj. fh. rMctleinal propertW. of the water ara equal to taose of
anrTheelth resMrt oa this ooetlnaat, aad puurfbly not taferior to cay la thawerld.
The projmrty b well improved aad ia located in a beautiful and healthy rotmbty
Owmt totae esildaeaa of th. clieuate, rt hi w.U petroedaea tho Tear rowed. Thia
plasais no hnaAag sad will pay the paiiaeaiai aa saata ttaesd. With a few
iheaaaiii dollars mere mefsasmasam added It would raters a good ratarest aa
tl 00(060. Partite wiahta* to porcbaae can apart to the owaaw at
FULTON WELLS,
, Where than has* a PsstilSw aad Daily Maß. MMM
I • ■ A'lV. ■■ . - ', .- -U.
LAWYERS,
a. stosaoM, c wilst waua, bra dskr v. tn
BBS RMS. WILLI at Lit,
ATTORNEYS - AT-LAW
Rooms 11 to v, Daksr Blook, Los Angeles, Cal.
) Practice in all State and Federal Courts, set lm
WICKS, LUCAS ti BENTLBY,
ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW,
SO AND (7 TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
aattltt
J. O. Howamv. John Robaatb.
HOWARD ft ROB ARTS,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
WUooi Blook, 40 Spring St., Los Angeles.
tststf
I David Lyon,
I ATTORN EY-A T-LAW,
Boom I, Downey Block, Les Angeles.
_a»
w. r. ekaanaa. w. n. ammo*.
Qardiner ft Stephenson,
Attorneya ao Counselors at Law
Omca -Rooms 1,1 aad >, Allen Block,
CORNER Or SPRING AND TEMPLE STS.
leblltl
D. M. ADAMS,
ATTORNEY-AT - LAW,
Boom 77 Tempts Blook. JanllU
J. Broueseau.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
S4TNOS. M AND 67. BAKER BLOCK, mil Itl
JBO. S. CHAPMAN. 1. A. OR..VRS.
Graves & Chapman,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
BOOM NO. « BAKER BLOCK. 'out
3EOROE 8. HUPP. THOS. D SMITH
t Smith ft Hupp,
Attorneys and Oounealors at Law.
orncitssa a so. temple block.
W|U praetlos In all 0 the Bute and Federal
Court, In OaUfomia and will give prompt and
talthful atteatina tn all business entnuted to
them «g
PHYSICUIVS.
M. Hilton Williams, M D, MOPBO
(Formerly ol Detroit, Mich.)
Diseases ot tbe Head, Throat and Chest, includ
, Ing ths Eye, Ear and Heart, a specialty.
OFFICE - 275 North Main street. Office hours
from 10 a. a. to t r. a. Suaeaje, from 4 to 5
r. a. Residence, 15 South Charity attest, feb&ft
Dr. H T. Baldwin,
(Late of Toronto, Canada.)
Rooms (2 and f,J, Nadeau Block,
fsbl! lm
0. EDGAR SMITH, M. D.,
Rr. tal IMaeasMS. Waaab aad I rln
ary Traablea.
tT< 'FFICE:-No. 18 South Main street. janSttt
DR. J. P. WIDNEY
Has removed bis office from Downey Block to
WIHSEY BLOCK, FIRST BTUEET,
Between Msln and Spsing.
OFPICF. HOURS, j 'J JJ 'J p 2'
Re«ldence. 321 South Hill Street.
Telephone, omco 59, Hones W-H JantSU
DR. J. M WHITE,
DENTAL PARLOR,
sooth Spring street. No. St Brrson Block, Los
Angeles, Obi. - JaaStl
M P. CHAMBERLIN, M. D.
Uraduate ot the
nOMOEOPATBIC MEDICAL COLLEOE,
Ol Missouri at St. Louis.
Office and Realdence, 70 South Main strest.
OtiotetTtos aad It sesses of Women a specialty.
Office hours at all times when not absent on v,ro
fesssoaal onaineM deed tf
BR. S. M. SHOEMAKER,
X> m ray T I f=« -X' ,
Lata of PUladelpkia.
OFFICE-Room No. 7. Nadeau block Office
boom—lo a, a. totr. a Sally, ese.pt Sunday.
Contour fll'sr.jtrn a specialty. nov«tt
L. K. RILEY. M. D.,
OFFICE- Room 22, Schumacher block, opposite
poatoßos, Office hours—lo to 12 a. st ,2to 4 and
7t»Sr. M. novj lm
r. BE W. CRANK, BJ. B,
HOM (EOP ATHIB T.
Especial attention paid to diseases of infants and
children.
Rooms »5 and 3*3 Baker block. Offlee hIM-a,
Ui M. to 12 M., Sto t, and 7toBr. H. Bovl tj
• ■. S. JONES, M. 8.,
Block,
LOS ANOEI.ES.
Ere, Bar, Nose and Throat rHesiiee troated
eicftMdrely. octtVtf
W. l_ WILLS, M. d 7,
Physician & Surgeon,
Offloe. a W. FIRST ST., WIDNEY BLOCK.
Offlee Hoars—S to ta. a. aad 1 to t and
7 to a r. a. sent!
Elisabeth A Follansbee, M. D.
OFFICE, 111 a. FORT STREET
Orrics House -8 to 10 a. a.
Sto 6r. a.
Sixth street ears paae the door, eelttl
WALTER LINDLEY, M. D
Omca Aim Baaraaaca
aro. as.< 3 roitT sarr
Beat door to Woll Weber's drew stare,
Telephone No. IS. Offloe houn > to 4 r. a
Or T. C UALB,
HEALTH OPPIOBR.
Offloe, for the present, room 3, Ltobtenbeiver
Block, Mala street, above First. Office hours
let Ysednsrlae aad other erty business, from 8
te 10 a. a. feb;tf
DR. CHAS. A. H. BC IZtCITRT.
OPrlCE:—Sebomaober Block, opposite Poet
offloa, moms to and tl. RESIDENCE:-.Pearl
street, eanssr Ninth.
Offloe boars —10 tn lt A. a; t tolr. a.; 7to
Br.a. at isaldsnos. Telephone No. at offloe and
residence, IS> Day aud nnjht call, answered
easel
~ Dr. 0. F. Gillingham,
Member Royal Cotfcwe ftanenaa. —'
Member Royal Oollsaa PhyatclanA, Edinburj
Ut N. MAIN ST., NEXT BAKER BLOCK.
Seel asi
Dr. J. B OrtfAß,
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE. IM MAIN STREET.
Offloe Hea rt—4l le 11 a. M,l to I aad 7to 8
' fTiaHaam Taat aids ol Ham attest, below
line. eata-tr
Dr. Joseph Hurts
No SSI Mala street, opposite Sakar Block
eWSfoeadsar dhaasae Weaoad with the oare ol
aapwabdUa. apSS
J.Ba&aoß, BE,
County Phyaioian.
MASCABBL BUILDING, upstatm. Siattiew
Oaaaiiiiiilltaa Head
OaanawamlawAlSi.lt a. a;bom 1 to ar a
, aasatt
Mrs, Alios HaaXiaa, M D.
PHYSICIAN AND BDRGKON
acaua. sSSMI m* <

fterVWl ifaMWISfB flrtanfuyt, j
1" ****** jßaffaa ,isa.m.. c. ansavw
eemtv ,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
i FORTY NEW OASES OF QOODS
We have Just In from tha
% FREIGHT BLOCKADE
Q i An ImmenM amount of delayed foods, which wa will dlipoee of
A /• Immediately at
rhk-fi That* foods bar* corns hy way of the Union Pacific
Mf|* Railroad, and from San Francisco by ■teavmer,
&W Incurring to us a great
BBBF _
||Xjoss of Time.
We have determined to clear ourselves or this shipment at
once, so as to make room ror
A LARGER ONE FOLLOWING.
Onr arrangement at tha East Is to hare a certain amount or
freight shipped to ns on regular date*, so
as not to overcrowd
OTJB SIM A.XiXj gTOBS,
Consequently, by the delay or these goods, we will shortly have
tbe next shipment upon as, which will overrun
OUR LIMITED ROOM.
We are therefore compelled to clear these goods oat at
prices that
WILL MOVE
Them immediately, aad to this end Will offer those delayed
COOBS at PRICES THAT WILL CABBY them off
A.T ONOB.
•Win tbe local column we will duly (tate tbe item* of effjtß
delayed goo la sad pries*. Bear
PEOPLEiSTOREAS
One Prioe.
loS.reISAN FRANCISCO LOWEST PRICEt, deli.ersd free el all eaaifae. at cay eaSnad
nation or Meamer lending la southern Celilornns, lor Cash or Ear/ Ii ill 11. ley eaa -
PIANOS & ORGANS
nilln r,l,linl,il asanas, erne, if
mUSV F. mWISU, Iloeaon, a.asßßßßßatasa*M
QROVEBTEBN k FULLER, New Torn City, TATLOS A FABLET OtSaa Oa,
BEBBE a LONO, Ban rieasau, Weraeaaar, mam,
BRIIMJEPORT Org.ii Co., Bridgeport.Conn., A USES, Nf Tor* City, aaS lISI en beat
lnetnuneate Tuned, Repaired aad Bored.
Stool, aad Covers. Music Bookn aad Sheet Masts, Blaatfc Moai* Bocdu, Mama
Paper, Mnaie Roll., Music (Jaeee aad Biadars, Gaiters, Bsajaa, Vtanaa,
Violineelloe, Zithere, Tamborinea, notes, Flssjssllls, Pitas sad
Drama, Accordeona, Conoertinaa, Harmonica*. String* ef all kmda, OBV'
Ths nnderstamed baring a bast sees i.p.lmue at umly mlrey yea** ta Bow Talb OBf mm
eawwhsre, snd sn Intlmste acquaintance and rslatua with the Piano ami Organ aapsaaaSaaaaf
and Musio Trails thraaghont the United Slelea, poeaaeea, tanUrtlea tor muallSag lajlmag fejAll
in ths Musir line at Lower Prices than ever heretofore islerad in Ossrthira (sjllatals
L. T. VALENTINE,
Manufacturers' Sole Agent tor Houlbsra California. Ilsnli|*ailsis asat Shea roes, a
No. tT "earth Mala Street. deoll mace
PgjP O W 8. PLOWS.
BeHflßaM***-
SYRACUSE CHILLED PLOWS.
M. S. BAKER A CO.. 43 t047 S. Mala Street, are Sole Agents
ror this the Best Chilled Flaw made.
Liberal Discount to tha Trade. M. 8. BARKER eft OOe
Atlas Eugiuee and Boilers carried ia aaoek at the City Foundry and Machine
Shop, 43 to 47 South Main .Street. None better or cheaper on tha Coaat.
mb*tf M. B, BAKER * 00.
HARDWARE EMPORIUM,
NO. 21 LOS ANQELES ST.
Dealer in Stores, Range*. Hardware, Agricultural Implement., Force aud Lift
Pumps, Rubber Hone, Crockery and G Unaware, Iron and Lead Pip*. Sole Agent
for the Superior Stoves and Range*, manufactured by Bridge* Baech Manufactur
ing Co., St. Lonia, Ma Manufacturer of Tba, Copper and Sheet Ironware aad
Arteeian Well Pipe. Plumbing in all its branches done to order with naataeea and
dlepetoh. iyZl tf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN WINES
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
URST STREET, BETWEEN SPBIHO AND MAID
lob oat. m>ih
Pacific Wagon Comp'y,
Ne. m \ORTH MAIN STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Every Doooription ot
Carriages, Baggies, Phaetons, Wagons, Etc.
Manufactured from Material Has so Tied to Suit this Climate.
Call and Examine My Goods.
J. R. McMANIS. Manager
o o jl" X. ~~~
WOOD, HAY AND OHAROOAL.
NO. 173.

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