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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
VOL. XXI.
Journalism in Cincinnati mnet be in a
low state if we may Infer anything front
the fact that out of forty-seven men
killed during the riot not one was a re
porler of a daily paper.
Another serious defect has been dis
covered in oar tariff. The American
girl Is not protected in the matrimonial
market from the quite passable but
cheaply produced foreign girl, and a
number of industries languish with her.
The foreign girl ahould be taken off the
free list. Hone industries demand it.
"I haven't got any case 1 ' said the client
"but I have money." "How much!"
asked the lawyer- "Fifty thousand dol
lars," was the reply. "Phew! you have
the bast case I ever heard of. I'll see
that yon never go to prison with that
sum,' said the attorney cheerfully. And
tbe man didn't—he went there "broke."
Two Philadelphia boys are en route
to 1 lakota to fight Indians. The troops
over at tbe fort have been instructed to
be ready to march at a moment's notice.
— Hiimiarek Tribune. Tell the troops to
stay where they are; the boys won't
hurt 'em any.— Philadelphia Call. Too
late; they have taken lo tbe hills.
Biamareh Tribune.
DAILY H^BALD.^
üblislMd every morning, eiospt llcxday, by
JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
TBBMS OB DAHVx - HBEALD:
or annum, ) nudl or c.press 17.00
gtx months, by moo 0. express 4.00
"oTuvst.""^ p.......'"» wa... ii.. 8 "
WEEKL HERALD.
Pcsbisu.) Evisv BsttraMv Moasnae
TERMS:
On. year, by vail or express, one oopy 13.0 C
Six months, by mail or express 1 76
Throe mouths, by mail or express 1.00
ADVEKTIHF.MKNTS Inserted st reasonable rates
Atr All kinds of Job Work done to compete with
-mi p.Mclwo lo price, style and elegance of
workmanship.
IN THE FUTURE.
What is yonder In the future ?
Lift this mystic veil away;
Let tha morning sunlight golden
Fall on shadows grim and gray,
Of tbe doubt and tear we borrow,
Ot th. death and chill and sorrow
Hovering o'er our li.es to-day.
Tell us, tbero Is not a glory
In the onward glid'ng years ! .
See we not, beyond the parting,
As we erase through falling tears,
Fondest hopes and rosy visions ?
Is there not some elysian
Which the glowing sunlight rimers
Though we may not lift that curtain
Falling o'er our future lives,
Vet we know tho years are brlsglng
Rich reward for Mm who strifes;
And where one day drops of sorrow
Fall to earth, upon the morrow
We shall sm a plant that thrives.
AMUSEMENTS
VELCnOODEMATO;
A Grand Ball
NADEAU HALL,
usMSTH. aroma or w>-
Yonng Spanish Americans,
EVENING OF MAY STH.
RECEPTION COItMITTKK ■ J F. Gufrado, T.
D. Molt, Martin Age, lire. N. A lovarrubi.., 11.
A. timet,inner, R.l.'. Ouirwlo.
FLOOR UOMMIRKK: -B. A Yorb., F. Lo
per. E. T. McGlnnls. A. Domingo, J. V. Oner.
FLOOR MANAGER—Jose Antonio Aguirre.
COMMITTEE OF AUK VNUKMKNTS A A.
Montaolo, B Bunches, JM, Arnat, B. ollvas.
Ticket, admitting geutlemMi snd ladles, »1 00
apstd
' AUCTION SALES.
Auction Sales
By JOHN C. BELL A CO.,
REAL ESTATE ANDfJKNEUAL AUCTIONEERS
Offlce, Boom ii. Temple Block, over
the County Bank.
I r*^
Rea estate In al! parts of tbe city, includ
ing residences and business properties, blocks
and ranches, subdivided and sold at auction or
private sale.
Appraisements of every description of property
j a specialty. Sales made at auction b., order ot
Courts, Administrators, Executors, Commission
ers-, Receivers, Mortgagees and Trustees, faithful
ly oi implying with prnsjnbad legal forma.
Houses and rooms rented; assume charge of
property, hold power of attorney for absentees,
collect rents, attend to taxes, insurance, street
work, improvements uml buildings.
A'so, auction, horae and ■ arriage mart and
sales yard, Los Angeles street, between First and
Second street*
SECOND GRAND ANNUA!
AUCTION SALE
OF FINE THOROUGHBRED
Jersey Cattle,
s,!, i. J from the celebrated
Herd of F. J. Barrett o, Esq.,
On Tuesday. Nay 2*l h,
1*44, at 10 o'clock.
At tht; AUCTION IRiRSEand CARRIAGE MART
an.) Sales Yard, opposite Stengels Nursery,
on LosAugelcs Street, lictweeii First
and Second
I will sell TEN HEAD of choice selected Jer
sey Cattle—Cows and Bulls by order of F. J.
Barrettc, Esq,, at Auction, for cash, or satisfac
torily endorsed paper to toe Bank, one per cent,
added. Sale positive and peremptory.
Full particulars hereafter.
So other stock will be admitted at this sale.
The above stock will be ou exhibition, one
week previous t« tbe day of sale. Their milk is
almost cream itself, and a noted fact, thr, vwlt
milk the year ar. und. THE ORIGINAL STOCK
aas Imported from the Queen's Model Farm en
the Islam, of Jit-ty, England. The pedigree ot
each an ma! Is recorded in the Jer»ey Herd
Club (look.
VVeimite stockmen, dairymen, fanners and
<.titers u> attend this sale, even if you do not
wish to purchase. Tbla prison ta a good uppir
l unity for all parties that wiih tJ improve their
stock. 1
NOTE At an Auction Hale in New Tori tbe
bull calf Kurotiu, only seven weeks old, siild for
t/lf,en>i uml Pedro sold for tin.iNJO The same
amount wa4 offered for the cow Boml* and re
in* d. For further particulbrs enquire, of F.J. 1
Barrett", Eh<| , Ihswnev Forest tiroveorof
apSlfcl .1011N 0. ni i.1,. Auctioneer
PRIVATE SALE.
I HAVE A BA-tOAIN-A me,. tasty, new
house, large lot, (tOxlfi:. feet, near that fashiona
ble thoroughfare, Downey avenue, Kast Lne
Angeles, on the installment plan. Says your
rent and pay it on the property, you will soon
have a houae and lot of your own. If not dis
posed of at private nale f wilt sell at auction.
For particu'ars apply to
•rr« JOHN A BELL, Auctioneer
Items of Interest.
Charles fiarvcy, a Tehama county
pioneer, is dead.
A freight train was ditched near Ra
venna Wednesday. Several curs were
wrecked.
The death watch has been set on J.W.
Murray, tbe condemned murderer, in tbe
Portland jsil.
Tbe total lues hy the recent heavy fire
at Taooma, W. T., was |124 J9O; insur
ance, $63,000.
Mrs. Sarah Matlock, a Paeilic Coast
pioneer, aged 70 y«?a>s, died at ber home
near Salem, Or., Tuesday.
O. Hergnuui w.is seriouJy wounded
with a kuife by S. Matherhttad ut Buena
Vista, Or., a few days ago.
An effort will he made in Victoria, B.
C., to have saloons, theatres, etc., closed
during certain hours on Sunday.
A little daughter of Josiab Wiley was
drowned in a small stream in Yakima
valley, uear Purt.and, Or , a few days
ago.
Tbe store of Blackburn & Peckham, at
Carlton., Or , was entered hy burglars
Tuesday night and a large quantity of
goods stolen.
The Oregon Stste Democratic Conven
tion convent s at Tbe Dalles to-day. Tbe
convention: it is thought, will be bar
monioui ou the tiriff question.
Joseph Payne, aged 25 years and a
coul mhtrr Ly occupation, fell under a
moving train at Ren tun, W. T., a few
daya ago, anil Lad bis In ad cut off.
A very heavy storm visited lone Tues
day night, and for a time a flood was
feared, but tbe water in the creek re
ceded without doing much damage.
Five cathads of tourists left Phila
delphia Thursday on an excursion to
Colorado and Calif..ruin, to he gone
about nine Weeks. Tbe excursion costs
each person about $500.
Tbe Denver sod Rio Grande road has
been enjoined from interfering with the
rights and powers of D. C. Dodge, us
manager, Sander lease of tbe Denver and
Rio Grande Western Railway of (Jtab.
Tbe Amen, an Yacht Club nf New
York baa elected tho officers of the
Oreely relief expedition hononary mem
bers and presented them with badges, to
be restored ou their return from the
Arctic.
The steamship lined of the late North
Atlantic conference reduced steerage
passage from New York to Liverpool to
$ IH, and a still further reduction will be
made. If necessary, to compete with out
side lines.
John ('. .Sinclair, s floor-walker in the
store of Stern brothers, New York, has
been arrested on a charge of having sys
tematicaliy swindled the firm out of
Urge amounts of money hy means of re
funding checks.
A formal document freeing Ihe Ameri
can College in Rume from the order of
sale under the decision of the Court of
Cassation against the property of the
Propaganda Fides was lodged with the
Propaganda on Tbnrsdny.
Warren Earp, one of the notorious
brothers who a year or so ago figured as
desperadoes in Arizona, took possession
of a restaurant in San Bernardino one
day recently and heat a waiter nearly to
deatb. Hu was lined $25,
Eagle City, the principal town in the
C'u ur d'Alene mines, Las not proven a
bonanza for faro hankers. One night re
cently one of the hanks lost $2300 and
went under. The limit is $12.fi0 and
$25, bnt bets of &X> and $100 are fre
quently allowed.
A mass meeting was held at Santa
Cruz on Tuesday night to lake action
concerning tho measure! before the Leg
islature now in session at Sacramento.
Resolutions culling on legislative action
to reduce farei and freights, rigned hy
four of a committee nf five, were adopted
hy almost a nnanimons vote.
Press Pleasantries.
FARMERS SHIM 111 LOOK
To tbslr interest In buying
Agricultural Machinery
TO GET THE BEST.
The following well Itnown Implements will be
recognised as the beat In tho market, all ol
>b«" bavtjk been awarded THE HIOIIEST
HONORS l„ c crt- compel Hive contort with
other mai hlncrv for similar purposes.
IItRIAXCE "Btf'KEVE"
Mower and Reaper* aro the llghteat and most
durable, The
Leading Harvesters of the World.
The Sohuttler Wa^on
Is the nest In the world.
Taylor Sulky Kake
Without doubt the best Rnke made.
THE HOEGES HEADER
l» the bent improved and moat practicable
Header in tha market.
RICE'S ENGINE
Ib the only realty auceenful »traw burning
Engine.
THE "COLD MEDAL" SEPARATOR
Harm grain where other thresher! waste, and
will do more work fu a given time than any
other thresher marto. Also stole agents for
Glidden & Br inker hoff Patent Steel-
Barb Fencing,
The standard Barb-Wire of the country. Com
bines effectiveness, at rongth and durability and
cheapness. The
"HOWr IMPROVED SCALE
The moat accurate. durabl« and simple goal* in
tho market Send for Doaorlptlve Catalogue
HAWLEY BROS. HARDWARE CO.,
Was sn. <M> mm* *§
LOS ANGELES STREET,
Loa Angel.*., ('al. apM
Plan TRarr or Knutaaira. prraoAjtva narrtn
O. B. DbPORBST,
a.a«Avaii.
Boom 11 fjehunaeswr Blook, Opp. PoMoeVe,
lsw, Uielsa. o»l. .»iei»
Plug tobacco should not ho chewtd in
church. It it bar! enough to put tbe tin
Advertising stamp* in the eontrilintion
box.
An article is going tho rounds, "Do
Angels Chow Tobacco?" No, bnt we
have seen some of them smoke cigar
ette i.
There is not a Baptist Church in the
Rlack Hills country. Its system of bap
tism is too severe for that part of the
Weat.
An Indian princo has had a throne
made of solid glass. It will now be pos
sible to see the power behind the throne
without any trouble at all.
Stock gambling is much older than
some people suppose. They forget that
Moses oweni his whole success in life to
being oauulit in one of (he bnll rushes on
the Nile.
Bismarck celebrated his sixty ninth
birthday yesterday. Although ho re
ceived hundreds of congratulatory dis
patch*, there ana none signed "Thomas
Porterhonse Ochiltree."
Tha poraon who caused all tho riot
and bloodshed in Cincinnati, ia only 18
year* old, almost a small boy. There
waa a good deal of boy's play about the
whole tmsiness, oven if it was serious.
A lesson in grammar: "Sylvie—"Ob,
isn't he lovely" Paul "Papa brnng
htm home thia afternoon." Paul—"You
shouldn't say 'brung.' Sylvie; you
should say 'brang.'"
'•*">' Wller has renewed hia offer of
marriage to Miss Kortwcue, to whom he
waa engaged before the Lord O.rmoyle
incident. She has now a aaiary of $400
a week, and he is perfectly justified.
A young woman arrived in Haiti mure
the other day from Switzerland en route
to Dragnay, South America, to meet and
marry her lover. It might bo supposed
that * young man who had got that far
, -,g»y ralih, have escaped entirely, but
only a select tm seem to havo any look
in thia world.
The "mind euro" is tho latest faaoy.
The patient ia instructed to think, "khink
real hard," that his paint are gone and
they arc gone. This may bo all "In your
mind," but aa it doean't coat a dollar a
bottle anybody can try It. It It mid be
very popular fa Boston, when mind to
believed to be superior to matter.
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 24. 188L---SIX-PAGE EDITION.
HALE h CO. HALE & CO.
J. M.
HALE & CO.,
7 and 9 Spring St,
' For the past two weeks we have been
basy arranging our store, making room
t -jr* for the new goods whioh are arriving
daily. We are now prepared to show
the most complete stock of general dry
\ goods to be found in Southern California.
Our Dress Goods Department haa beeu
remarkably increased. The latest East
ern arrivals consist of complete lines in
all the new fabrics in plain and fancy,
bright and sombre colors, and a great
many of the newest combination suit
ings, which were carefully selected by
our Has tern buyer. Tho display of these
goods Is beautiful and attractive and is
sure to be admired.
The enormons sales which are made in
our Silk Department is sufficient proof
that our prices are honest and quality
the best. A new Hue of the well known
and popular Guiuet Silks bas just been
received aud are marked at figures which
will insure a speedy sale.
Our Black Dres-i Goods stock is larger
than ever, and now contains a variety of
the newest fabrics which the Eastern
market affords. Ladies desiring Black
Dress goods should call und examine
our stock and get prices.
Solid Inducements:
2550 YARDS
White Figured Piques,
Iv a variety of Patterns,
AT ICS OBHTS.
900 YARDS
Figured Lawns,
Excellent Value, S 1-2 otw.
One Solid Case of Double-Fold
Knglish Cashmere,
Spring Shades, «4 Cents.
1200 PAIRS
Ladies' full tiniiheil, of extra weight
and value,
Brown Balbriggan Hose,
Three Pairs for 60 Cents.
J. M, Hale & Co.,
7 and 9 SPRING ST.
Tbe Greatest Attraction Yet.
REAL ESTATE AT YOUR OWN PRICES!
MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1884.
At It o'clock a. M., under the management of
Hamilton & Onnsmoor, No. fl West First Street.
22 CHOICE LOTS I
Delightfully situated, having a commanding view of the surrrounding country,
being on Ninth street, west of Pearl, and known as the Truman Tract. The loca
tion of these lots is very desirable and such a, will commend them to the favora
ble consideration of all who desire to purchase either for investment or for bnild
ieg. They are within easy distance of the center of the city and at present only
a short distance from Street Car Line nnd directly on its proposed extension.
City Water Pipe is laid in front of the pr.iporty and all tbe surroundings unex
ceptionable. A petition is now before the City Council for the grading of Ninth
street, which will probably be done the present season. This will greatly enhance
tbe present value of the property.
Those who were fortunate enough to secure a lot in this tract will have ItaMa
to congratulate themselves upon seiuring such a property.
THE TERMS OF SALE
W .11 I* one-third cash on delivery of contract, balance in six months without in
terest. fJO deposit will be required on each lot sold, which will be deducted
from brat payment. A discount of 5 per cent, will be allowed on all deferred pay
ments to those who wish to take deed at once.
All taxes for ensuing year will be paid by present owner. Evidence of perfeot
title will lie exhibited on the grounds.
rRBH OARRIAOXIS
Will leave Hotels aud our office at 10 o'clock a.m. on day of sale. We will give
further .informalion and show the property to those who wish to view it.
We trust our former sales are a sufficient guarantee of good faith.
NOYES & FIELD, AUCTIONEERS. apaatd
HURRAH 1! HIJBRAH 1!
Spring Goods ! Spring Goods!!
ABERNETHY & 00.
Make their bow and beg leave so state that thoir first installment of SPUING
GOODS haa just arrived and they are marking
Lents'. Youths'. Boys' and Children's
Clothing, Hats & Caps,
UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, ETC.,
Lower than Ever Before
AT 73 NORTH SPRING STREET.
vionroisO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN WINES
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET, BETWEEN SFRIXCI AND MAIN
-AJsaTCTMXaJBnnI, OJaVXa. tthtH |
mmmMmmmmmmmmm^m^mmmm^mfm r ■ i ———————i
CEORCE M. THOMPSON,
Shipping and Commission Merchant
OKAUr imAUBSL
Agent for the following Iniunnoe Com
ptalte:
Th. 1 nun ran™ Company of tho State ol Pwm
■ylvanla, tncon»rated A. n. lf«; capital Mock,
nary lit, IBM, ahu.oltl l«; IIebUIII... January
t.t IHB4, ma,est 57. lama paid .i„™ onraai
aatkrn oi tho company. •U.lM.tH.tr
Now Zealand Insurance Orjaapany. Capital
te.aOe.OOO I ~limited liability, promptly
paid In 0. ». gold coin.
The Manhattan Lira Inaurance Company of
New York; incorporated IBM. Caah' eamttt,
•11,000,000.
OFFICII;—-206 Lot Angelea atreet, cor
ner Commeroial. apBd*wly
NOYES & FIELD,
Real Estate and General
Auctioneers,
RIQMRR*. sr., t DOORS FROM MM,
Opposite the V. 3. Hotel, in the Bush Hlock,
Wil, conduct s ireneral taction business on ths
most liberal terms. Prompt returns made
on all sales. Our regular Satur
day sale of
NOISES, WACONS AND HARNESS
Central Horse Market,
one door from Main Street.
a. W. NOYES,
WM. T. FtSkD.
NEW TO-DAY. NEW TO DAY.
Envy, Disappointment and Grief
Is plainly Meg in tlio advertlsments of cout.-iulii.t, merchants, who have f<m»d it
impossible to keep paco with the
People's Store.
We have thrown out to the public more and better
values in the last three weeks than have ever been sold in
this city. The
Revolution Sale Still Continues,
And this week's efforts will cast all onr former attempts in
the shade.
WE OFFER
12 Pieces of Colored Summer Silks at 55c,
Which have never beeu retailed at loss than 7oe; cost to manufacture. 05c.;
sold at wholesale at 70c.
We offer 3 pieces of Alexander Oiraud Black Silks at 99c,
Which never have been retailed at less than $1.50: cost to manufacture. $1.28;
sold at wholesale at 81.40.
We offer 200 pairs of ladies' English Curacoa Kid Button Shoes, Sowed, at $2-25
which never has been retailed at less than $3.25; cost to manufacture, $2.83;
sold at wholesale at $3.10.
We offer 53 pairs of Misses' Bnttoned Pebble float Shoua, worked button-holes,
at $1.25, which never haa beuu retailed at lots than $2.50; cost to manufac
ture, $1.03; sold at wholesale at $2.35.
WE OFFER
24 pieces of Colored Gros Grain Silks at 99 cents,
whioh never haa been retailed at less than $1.75. cost to manufacture, $1.43; sold
at wholesale at $1.09.
WE OFFER
5 dozen Black French Chip Hats at 89 cents,
which have never been retailed at less than $150; cost to manufacture, $1.28;
sold at wholesale at $1.41.
WE OFFER
20 dozen Gents' White Laundried Shirts at 85 cents,
which never-have been retailed at lers than $1.25; cost to manufaeture,'sl. 10; sold
at wholesale ut $1.20.
WE OFFER
100 Pairs of Boys' Cassimere Knee Pants at 98 cents,
which never have been retailed at less than $1.50; cost to manufacture, $1.28;
aold at wholesale nt $1.40.
WE OFFER
5 pieces Nottingham Double Thread Lace Curtain Nets
at 25 cents,
Which never have been retaiiod at leas than 38c; oost to manufacture, 31c; sold
at wholesale at 25c.
Remnants and Short Ends on onr Center Tables at Attrac
tive Prices.
Special Item Sales Every Day at 1 and 3 o'clock.
PEOPLE'S STORE
REVOLUTION SALE.
Xi W.SXO X.X.. O- STOU>.
Los Anples Soda Water forks,
TRADE MARK.
H. W. STOLLL & CO., Prop'rs
MANUFACTURERS OF —
Soda Water, Sarsaparilla and Binger Ale,
. Mineral Waters, Champagne Cider, aud all kinds of Syrups.
No. lOT Satnsevaln Telephone Mo, 103.
fW All orders promptly attended to. mh27;tm
R. W. PRTOHAMVIJOpgQ\
BOOKBINDER \|iyi2f
Paper Box Manufacturer,
20 and 22 NORTH SPRING STREET.
All Work Done at San Francisco Prices.
inavstr
J- JVHTJBA.TJDR
LADIES' HAIR DRESSER !
Ami Manufacturer ot Practical Theatrical, Faahioiisole, Ornamental .a 1 Artistic HA!It WORK;
■race, as Braids, (Juris, Puffa, Wigs, Half-Wies, Waves or Front Pieces. FssMniiat.lc Coiffures, Hair
Jeaclrv, ll.tr Hewers, Monmn. TiUI Ivviees in memory ot lr»t iclative and trleml.. Also THF.AT
KICAL WIUS AND ItItAKDS, Etc.
No. lIS FIRST STREET, NADE.tI HLOrK, Los Angclr*.
OTA large .ml select stock nf sll kiln's ot dalr Hoods >t the Lowest Prices always SB haul
Ladles' and Children. Hair Dressing, Ctittin;?, Shampooing .n.l Cirling in the most artistic man
Bryant Howard & Co.,
IMPORTERS OF
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Glass.
FROM THIS DATE OUR PRICES Witt BE AS FOLLOWS:
Pioneer White Lead, - - - $6-75 per cwt
St. Louis White Lead, - - - $6.60 per cwt
Omaha White Lead, - - - $6.45 per cwt
Turpentine, in cases, .... 50c per gal
Boiled Linseed Oil, in cases (strictly pure) - per gal
Baw " " " " " - 70c per gal
Dry colors, - ... 3c per pound
All other paint stock in proportion. Terms strictly cash.
NEWTON, CHAPLIN & CO,
207 NORTH LOS ANGELES STREET,
IMPORTERS OF
Oils, Paints, and Varnishes, Lubricating and
Burning Oils. Etc.. Etc.
Pure Linseed Oils From Calcutta Seed,
We ar. the SOLE lUS PORT IRS to tats masket ot this grade ot Linseed Oil., which
by tar excels In quality th. goods ordinarily offerwl for sale.
St. Louis, t'ioneeer, and Gcnnania Leads.
C. T. Raynolds ft Co.'s Pure Colors in Oil.
J. W. llmmy'i Coach Colors in Japan.
Valentine's & Heutere Bros |Yumi«hcs.
The Very Best Goods! Ths Very Lowest Prices!
NEWTON, CHAPLIN & CO.,
apitf SOT North Loa Ass*ele« Street
LAWYERS,
BRUSSOS. WELLS A LEE,
ATTORNEYS - A T - L A W
Rooms 11 to 18, Baker Block, Les Angeles, Cl.
Practice 111 all State and Federal Courts. sc2 lm
a v. sasrLir. i. h. licas. Mors wicks.
WICKS, l.r CAS & BENTLEY,
ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW,
80 AND 87 TEMPLE BLOCK, LOB ANGELES.
seSOtf
J. O. Howaao. Jons Hobasts.
HOWARD & ROEARTS,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Wilcox Block, 40 Spring St., Les Angelea.
law
. David Lyon,
ATTORNEY-A T-LAW,
Room I, Downey Block, Los Angel,*.
526
W. P. SASDlirsa. W. P. STSeHKSSOK.
Gardiner & Stephenson,
Attorneys an Counselors at Law
Orrics—Rooms 1, 2 and 8, Allen Block,
CORNER OF BPRING AND TEMPLE STS.
leb2ltf_
A. C. HOLMES,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Room 37, Tempi,: Blook, (Main street aide.
spas
D. ML ADAMS,
ATTORNEY.AT- LAW,
Room 77 Temple Block. Janlltt
J. Brousseau,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
4WNOS. SO AND 67. BAKER BLOCK, mrlltl
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
Graves & Chapman,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
ROOM NO. s BAKER BLOCK. 'silt
PHYSICIANS.
M P. CHAMBERLIN, M D.
Offlce, rooms 4 and F>, Bryaon Block. Office
hours: 10 to 12 A. ... 1 to 6,7 to 8 V. 11. Residence 1
Chicago a, enue, Boyle Heights. Obstetrics and
D seases of Woolen a specialty. decO-tf
HOPELESS CASES.
Dortrtf sa CI emeu to 4e Hmllh,
Graduate of the Paris and Havana
Universities,
Wishes ..distinctly understoodthat she will treat
and cure hopeless i-ases only. None othera need
apply, offl.-e and residenue. No. 81 North Main
street, l.ys A Fici lcs. hliiKliab, French and Span
ish upokifii. ' >H1 ■•> hours from 2 to 5 P. M.
~ DrT 07p7 OiUingham,
Graduate and McmWr Roy»l College Surgeons,
Graduate and Member Royal College Fhyii
eiana, Ediiil.urfr.
7| N. MAIN STREET, NEAR FIRST STREET.
Consultation hours: 0 to 10 a. ML 2to 4, 7
to 8 1". M. doe-H) tl
M. Hilton WiIIiams,MD.MCPSO
(Formerly of Detroit, llich.)
Disease* of the Head, Throat and Chest, includ
i«K tbo Eye, Ear and Heart, a specialty.
OFFICE: —275 North Main street. Office hours
from 10 a. a. to 4 p. v. Sundays, from 4 to 6
p. M. Residence, 15 South Charity street feliittft
Dr. H Y. Baldwin,
(Late of Toronto, Canada.)
Rooms sr! and 53, Nadeau Block.
feblS In
IMFROVBD
ELECTRO - THERMAL BATHS,
Ft r the cure of Chronic and Nervous diseases,
arc successfully operated by
MHS. DR. MISME WELLS,
Whose spi'Cialtv it diseases uf women and chil
dren. No. 17 N. Main stre.il. Room No. 17.
marls lm
0. EDGAR SMITH, M D,
Rectal IHieaKC. tVonil. and I'rlu
ary Trouble*.
*»-OFPICK:-No. 18 South Msln street. Jan24U
DR. J. P. WIDNBY
Hal removad his offlce from Downey Block to
WIDNEY BU»CK. FIRST STREET,
Between Main and Spring.
OFFICE HOURS, jIJ £j *• {j-
Reaidence, HQ South Bill Street,
Telephone, office 50, tlouse 50-3. jan23tf
DR. J. M. WHITE,
DENTAL PARLOR,
South Snriua: street. No. 31 Bn son Block, Los
Angeles, C.l, jaootf
r. DE W. CRANK, M. D.,
HO M GEOP ATHIST.
Sl.rinl attention paid to diseases of infants and
children.
Rooms 36 and 36 Baker Idock. Offlce hours,
Mam. to 1-2 N., 2to 4, .nd 7 toS r. m. novl tj
«■. s. jokes, M. D„
Lanfranco Block, sHHB
LOS ANOELKS.
Sn, Bar, Nose and Throat Diseases treated
exclusively, octa-tl
Elizabeth A Follanshoe, M. D.
OFFICE, 211 S. FORT STREET
OmCB HOITRS -8 tO 10 A. H.
" " 4 to 6 P. St.
Sixth street era pass the door, selttf
WALTER LINDLEY, NI. D
Omen ami RasiDitNCß *
NO. 2tG FORT ST
Next door to Wollwelier* drujr atore,
Telephone No. 42. OlBor hoius 2 to 4 p. a
Or T. v ti uk,
HEALTH OFFIOER.
Office, for the pnwent, room .1. LichWulxrat'r
Block, Main struct, above First Offloe hours
lor VaocinatliiK and other city taurines*, from 6
to 10 a. M. feb7tf
DR. CHAS. As H. DE SZICETHY.
OFFICE: Schumacher Mloek, opposite Post
ufflee, rooms -II and -1. ttl-SlllKN'l i : I', ai-1
street, coiner Ninth.
Othce hours:—Ul to 12 A. sr.; 2 to 4 r. a.; 7 to
Br.H. at residence. Telephone Na at office and
reaidence, 100 Day and nlg-lit call, answered.
anatf
Dr. J. a Griffin,
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 104 MAIM STREET.
Offios Hours—9 to 11 a. 11., 1 lo 3 .nd 7to 8
Residence Kasl side of Main street, below
First. mIF, tt
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
No. 266 Main street, opposite Baker Block
JSTEye and ear disease, treated with ths car. of
. spseislist. ap2i
X Hannon, M D.,
County Physician.
MASOAREL RttILBINO, upstair.. Hesi.lence
Cosmo|ailitan Hotel.
Offloe hmirs from 10to 12 a. from Itoir n
Mrs. Alice Higgins, M. D.
PH YBICIAN ANU SURGEON
Offle. .nd Residence - No. IB Fort street, Lo
Angeles, OH. Office boors, 10 to II A. »., Sto
... 7 to 0 Id the evening. atslm
OSCAR O- BALDY.
VKTHRISiARV Ml KUEOM
ALL CHRONIC DISKASES A SPECIALTY
Re.tdenc.,32o South Spring street.
KeferensM: Dr. K. 1> Wiae. U. Angeles; J.
W. Adams. Downey City. Surgical operations
perforated sacesaaftilly on all domestic snlm.li.
AIM, Inlying aad wiling horasaL ap,.] m
DR. WING FAWN.
CHINESE PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON,
tit Tvmpte at,, Kworuj Hlng a
NEW ADVERTISEM KNTS.
Look Out For
BRIGHT'S
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To-morrow.
NEW GOODS
the Lowest Prices i\ the C'iTv.-=;©fT
7 ". BEEBON & ECKSTROM.
<? 1 IPO AsMCeleo street.
WALTER A. WOOD'S
WORLD RENOWNED
Enclosed Gear Mower.
Till- ii« N Mo'.viT for ISS4. while poasejslnj- all the best q-i-Uitics of tlie jnstlv eelobr d 1
Walter A. Wood Iron frame Mower, has many new and adianta-cons AlßstuMl . sttjlalj pa .!
to itself and foitml on no other Mower; so favorable an lmt«aaafai has >i tn tit on 11 da 11 aat I
tliere were out three thousand in use here the last season. It-* superior cutting- iiti.ilit -
lion to all itonditioiis of j-rass and surface. um-ipialed lijrhtnpes of .iraft and sti.li.ess. of opart I i
li..\v Let n full* I- ;u..n>tr.tv<r. an.l its strength aihl ■ 'ur;*Mlit \ s,ihjr< te<' U) uimiuath <*. ter.- ..
Irving- tests with tbe iie-t results In Mi to the larm. r an.l tin- in »mif icturvr Tin- pr .
tieal ami onsen im: fann.T, i:|w>ti .t-rtiiii; thi* Mower, will at omo b.- stm U. with it- ttnnn.'— .m 1
si<>arinvMfi whew ut work, tlie total :tl.«oniv of "tri-mhle," the c wHr an.' rim,; -it nf the .Irii er in bi-i
seat, the stillness a ith which it runs and its extraordinary Hi-ht draft.
LA BELLE WAGONS.
OOATU'S LOCK/
LEVER SULKY RARE
Is the most simply ronstrurted and easily manage*] or an v
Knfce in use.
No complicated dumping machinery abont it. Ail ilone by tho driver's weigi ~
TNscharginK the rake ia effected by .in:] h giving the slightest up. vr.l motloi.to tho hoe.IV.
ofthe I.ever, which, unlocking it. causes the driver, weight lo llt lor Hake :io-t .itarharge I'
contents. A child can operate the rake with ease. FOR SALE BY
HASKELL & RICHARDSON,
i"(S and >37 North I,os Angeles Street, Arcadia Block, l.os Angeles, Californi
We ahto carry a full line ot harvesting marhnerv. including Waller A. Wood's Reap",
uid Twine Itin.era, the John I. Case tlcailcr, L.a tlclle I'arm an.l Heeler Wagnna; also, Unf.., .
Sulky. Gang .ml Walking Plow., the Gale fhillej Plow, li.net. Jr.. Iron OnMiv.sor. SSjst tkj
Adaui. Hell ntrtdatinr Wind MOak saMt-lsu
HARDWARE EMPORIUM,
NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST.
Dealer In .Stoves, Range., Hardware, Agricultural Implement., force and I
Pomps, Robber Hose, Crockery and .llaasware, lnm and L.».l lip*. Sob A.
for the Superior Stoves and Range*, manufactured by llrulireAi Iteaoh Manuia. n
log Co., 81. lamia. Mo. Manm .etarer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware and
Artesian Well Pipe. I'losnbing in all iv branches (tone to onler with ueatnesa and
dispatch. Jj*l
NO. 58.

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