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VOL. XXI. TKACHKRS. Elocution and Shorthand. Mill JENNIE IPAUN, OF CHICASO, I. prepared to give lesson, in Klooullon and Shorthand Wilting, th. former by I rofeeeor Ly man', method and the latter by either Uraham or Pitman.. J.U lm M. S. AREVALO, Teacher of tbe taiiltar. Mr. Arevnlolathe only teacher of thcGultar in lliisc-itl. lie also teaches, minting, the Pl.no.nd the Spanish language, all Ipv the easiest and most prngrcsive methods. Oftlo -•'!* Cronies," IM« ney Block. Residence-•UtlttWtt, l"S lm A Bummer School of ELOCUTIONI To be conducted by PROF. W. T. ROSS, Of Man Francisco, (or a TERM OF SIX WEEKS, Commencing Monday, June the Win. For particular, eddr.e, «'. H. WMIHMH, 442 Bti.ua Vista street, (or circular. ri.ee ol meeting- at the Y. M 0. A Hall. myftltf Mitt ALICE M. WATKINS, PORTRAIT PAINTKK IN Oil.* Ha, opemtd her Studio at 904} North Main Street. Classes in Drawing and Painting, Moll .'ay, Wednesday and Friday. Hours from 2un til fi P. M. Terms moderate. Studio, Koom No. ». Mia. Alice Wetkine heartily In, iter ladies and gentlemen Intereated in .rt to visit hr Btltdio. mylMm EDOUABD DEVILLER3, Professor of the French Language Speak. Kngli.ii fluently. Sprecht lieuteeh. Flnt clan retereuee.. Ornca-SPRINJ STREET. Nad.au Block, Hootu lee. ep24 lm A» OUYAitA. M., Member of the Board of Instruction of ttio Unl vtTsity of Southern California. Prof, of Spanish Language. Baker Block, Room 31, - - - Los Angeles MSNf Professor Louis Adams. Who has had twenty-seven years experience as a teacher, will give lessons in the French language at his otfloe, No. 3« Baker Block, or at pupil's res idence, on moderate terms. References: air. Euycne Meyer, French Consul, Miss Stoneman, J. M, Griffith, Mrs Bishop Kip, U. A. Dnbinson, Mid man v (.thru tv 24 lm SD3Gi a Notice to the Afflicted. CONtaMrTION M. Hilton Williams, M. D., at. C. P. 8. (>., Formerly of Detroit. Michigan, and for 14 years proprietor of the Detroit lhroat and Lung In ►tttute, continues to treat all the various dis eases of the head, throat and chest, at S7& North Main street. Lot Angs si. Cel., by the Aersan or Inhalall ia ■vatem of practice aowsiuFTioir. The earlier symptoms of this disease are a sense of weaiiness upon little enertion, a dispo sition to remain paokive sod idle, s peculiar sen sitiveness of the effect* al cold and a snortness of l.reith upon moving quickly or ascending a bill or stalra, a sllgut, hacking cough, with or Without eiptfCt'-ration, flying pain, throughout the cbsst or back or under the shoulder biades. The symptoms are wone towards or during the night; slivi.it fever in the afternoon, cold feet end htuds, and in many cases blue livtdity of the lips and roots of trie Anger nail*. The more advanced symptoms are wasting of flesh, dlairtuea, chills and fevir, night sweats, expectoration of yellow pus from the ulcers or cavities in the lung, with or without a depres don of the cheat, im-i easing weaknew and at last a ctoeing up of the air passages of the lungs, causing strangulation or suffocation of the pa tient for want of pjwer to expectorate the mucus from the lungs. Heretofore the treatment of consuniptlor, has ham very unsatisfactory both to physicians and th.ir patients; bur, luckily, since the disexvery of the Aeroan system of practice! a few rears ago, thousands of case-hate been completely cured, where, hail it not been for thi<t ay item of prac tice, utter failure to combat the evils of the die ease would have lonllnued up to the present time. The system of Meilioated Inhalation is the only means by which these diseases can be cured. And they sre rr*on.mended by the high sat authority, both in Europe and America, And here we wonld draw the distinction between In halation and Atomlxation. Some persons sup pose they are the came in every respect, while nothing is farther from the truth. In Atomize, tion the liquid is scattered in the form of a sprev, which only reaches the throat, while la Inhale, tlon the remedy to lie Inhaled medic .tea the air we breathe and is conveyed directly into the air passages of the lungs as readily ss ordinary air. Hy this means we are enabled to dissol'* the hardened aniens in the longs, ease the cough, facilitate expectoration, contract and heal ulcer*, and esvlt.es sfter all hope of a curj by the ordi nary methods is past. « o*.m i.tatio* rRKK. Those who desire to consult me in regard to their case had Utter ca'l personally for an ex amination, hut if impss-fMe to do so, may writs for list of (Questions and Mcdi -al Treatise. Address If. Hlltasj H llllaoi- M. S7& North Main streot, L*e Angeks. Csl Omci lIoiRS, from 10 * W. tot p. h.; Sun tlav from 4 to I r. v. FABMEBS SHOULD LOOK To their Interest In huying Agricultural Machinery TO GET THE BEET. The following well-known implements will be recognized as the best in the market, all of them having been swarded TUX HIOIIKMT HONORS In every competitive con teat with other machinery for similar purpose*. Adriance "Buckeye" Mower and Reapers are the lightest and most durable, The Leading Harvesters of th. World. The Sohuttler Wagon I. Ike I»-st In the world. Taylor Sulky Rake Without doubt the beat Rake made THE HODGES HEADER Is the best improved and most practicable Header In the msrkut. RICE. S ENGINE Is the only really mccessful straw burnimr Englne. THE "COLD MEDAL" SEPARATOR Saves grain where other threshers waste, and •ill do more work In a given time than any other thrisabermsde. Also sole arsnts for Qlidden ft Brinkerhoff Patent Steel Barb Fsnclnr, The standard Barl. Wire of the country. Com bines effectiveness, strength and durability and til.'Apneas The "HOWE" IMPROVED SCALE The most accurate, durable and simple Heals in the market Mend tor Descriptive Catalogus. HAWLEY BIOS'. HARDWARE CO., N... aa. co an. as LOB ANGELES BTREET, Lo. Angel,-., Cat. apt! B. B. YOUNG, aacsmoT, No. 113 South Sprint Street, Will MaaarinUnd th. nwiatructioo ol building. BOSTON MASTIC ROOFINC. Fire and Water Proof. '". "T! '"•»'» r~r« and the bMt roorUng on the Pacific OoaM. " OEO. M. THOMPSON, Ast.nl, apNtl SMLm AatalaaatnM. JDAILY HERALD. üblished every morning, except Mtxday, by JOSEVfI D. LYNCH, TBHMS a>A DAILY HBRALD: er annum, t mall or express 17.00 Six months, by man or express 4.00 Three mouths S.Ot lISIiIVKaHD RT Canrirab pir Wsrk, 160. VVEEKL> HERALD. FtIBLISUa j EviRY SATtIRDsT MORNIINa TERMS: One year, by i.iall or express, one copy IS 00 Six mouths, hy* mail or express 1.00 Three utonllnt, by mail or express AO ADVERTISEMENTS itiaurted at reasonable rates efd*rAM kinds of Job Work done to compete with 'an Francisco In price, styts and eleganos of EVERYDAY PHILOSOPHY When weariness with life my spirit Hlls, When deep disgust conaumos nu with my lot, I deaw torao st -re ol comfort from the Ills I haven't got. To flnd that fortune at our coming fllei, To be bmk.upt in health, in fame, in puise. Is bail enough; but, I philosophise. It might h - worse Incessantly we make s great ado. The mouth of misery U wide agape; But haunter we, t fancy, if we knew What we esc-j}w. The common vcors of life are had enough, Misfortunes fall es easy aa the dew, And still tor every morning steak that's tough, Tlssve sntght be two. f , This one Is sick; hh wayward fate cries out Against the letch, the calomel, the bed; O Inconsiderate person, aease to pout — You miiiit he dead ! And this one hath the mitten; he has wooed; Vainly, alack, his wooing it has s. et. Well even In this there» condor I. rightly viewed- He might bo wed ! And here la one who whines; his all \% swept Awaj In pmlc; he has had to "fait." He shoul', I think, be cheerful, that he's kept Safe oat of jail. But late 1 lost a twenty dollar bill- Ami did I wring my hands that I fasd blun dered? • Not 1. in.lte l - I'm ttunkfnl still 'Twos not a hundred. Sooth, should 1 e'er caps'se when walks are bad. And my goad clavicle Involve In wreck, Serenrly, I should say, how rcry glad U trust int— better not to make ado At the few miseries of our common lot. There* millions of 'em - if we only knew— We haven t got. [J. F. F , in The Manhattan. Items of Interest. (Jen. James Watson Webb died at New York Saturday afternoon. Id Havana there were twenty deaths from yellow fever during the paat week, A sharo shock of earthquake was felt at Anderson, Cel., at 3 o'clock Friday morning. Charles iJickson is engaged on a new play similar to "Samael of Poeeu," en titled "Spot Cash." John Howaon, the well-known com edian, is slicing Mestayer for breach of contract in nou-paymeot of $000 due. A San Francisco drammer named Sav age was shot at four times by a high wayman near Oakdale, Tuesday night. Edwiu Howen, a Southern Pacific brakeman, was killed near IV bach api last week by falling under a freight train. Prince William of Wurtembnrg will Tiait Queen Victoria at Balmoral. He seeks tbe band of Princeaa Beatrice in marriage. At Woodland, a few days ago, J.J. Dolat., a brakeman, had one of his legs badly mangled by being knocked down by a train. Tbe new piece presented laat week waa an alleged Itninoroua farce, entitled, "Ninety-seven or Seventy-nine," by Hany and Fay. It failed. The residence of Alexander Csirell, twenty miles from Ottaw.i, was burned by lightning Ft iday night, and his four children perished. Genoa, Nev., was vbited by a violent hailstorm last week, some of the stoves beis% as large as lien's eggs. A number of fowls were killed and injured. H. F. Kising, a son of Judge Rising of Nevada, baa gone to the Ssndwich Is lands. He wdl keep books for the Re ciprocity Sugar company at Hana, Maui. Ont at the big trees, in the Highland range, Kastern Nevada, the snow is yet three feet in depth and is so solid that it bears up tbe weight of a hone. The trees, idLhough surrounded at the bot tom with tint*' feet of snow, arc green with foliage. A Lumber of Italians near Butte, M. T., with Irew their deposits from banks and placed them in the hands of a trust ed countrymau uaineU Iruminic Toneatti, who secreted the money. Toneatti was recently killed by a fall in the Lexington mine and no one knows the hiding-place of the money. The I taliaus are greatly grived at their loss. The little town of Milton, Calaveras county, is aluken up over a social scuba tiou rauaed hy tbe elopement of a married woman with another woman's husband. The woman's name ia Hendricks and tbe man answers to the nameof Look. Tffls in the second time Mrs. Hendricks has left her husband's bed and board and joined fortunes with other men. Press Pleasantries We have Dot yet beard of a working journalist losing a million dollars in the Wall street crash. There Is something singular about this, but tbere may bs a good reason for it. An article in au exchange lahradad "Costly Misuse of tbe Mails." About the most costly miss use of the males that we know of ara indigent youug men marrying heiresae«. An experienced honsewife, in a long article, tells "how to save your dishes from biting broken," It is unnecessary. All you base to do ia to put them away and eat off of lin plates. The Central News Company complains of the "milking" of their news dispatches by government otfiriels. Their tele grams from Cowes particularly were subjected to this treatment. Oueen Victoria ia said lo have nine teen granddaughters. When the old lady and ber granddaughters get on a street car a good many loyal Hntaina bave to bang on lite straps. "Artificial Heat With Fowls," is the beading in an agriculturul journal. The writer ha< probably endeavored to cap ture a chicken by chasing it around the barn about suvi nty-three times. The London Sprrtalor, in its literary reviews, satirically nfere to Henry Irv ing aa tbe "Uuakor author," the reaaon being that Irving wrote hia "Impres sions of America" with his 11 at lon. A men -hat who died suddenly not long ago left on his desk a letter ha had in tended mailing to a correapondent. An Jrieh clerk liuding it sent it off, after ad di"s : .." M ' nee wr " in X tbe abova I bave The Call admits that New York ia a i.retty big city, but thinks that ia mak ing ap the Union, it is not so big for its sue, after all. It took a Philadelphia failure eleven years ago to knock things nationally. " When the Ht. Iritis merchants crowd ed up to the bulletin-h.iar.ls On which the panic Mws was written, they gave one look a„,| the turned away diaap K tiled. Th.y thought it waa the base 11 scura. The difference between the Onaker form of maniaand the Kpiacopal form ia, that in ilea ,„r tb, S£ doee not promise to obey, but doee obey, while in tbe latter the bride doe, promiae to obey, but docs not obey. Robert Uird Collier wrilea that "wo man who dreaa for chich do not dree, to please the lord." Aa women go nowa day,, tbe lord ought lo be satisfied if he gets them to church at all, without re gard to what Ibey may hat, on. LOS ANGELES. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 12. 1884.—SIX-PA UK EDITION. HALK ft CO. HALK ft CO. " TRUTH! We place this advertisement under the head of TRUTH. Truth is legibly stamped on every article iv uur store. J. M. Hale & Co. Will not prejudice their future by present gain, accruing from miarepraaeutatiun. We tread uui> ant p.tb; it U open and broad; it waa trod by our father over a bu.inen ooafee of ofer ball a century, and what wan initiated by the parent baa been practically eudora.d by tlie ofalldran, and to day the flag of tbe old parent houae of Michigan ia atill flying, and tbe GRAND OLD MOTTO OF TRUTH ia yet spread lo the breeze, and U« principle has been wafted o'er boisterous- Lake Michigan lo tbe squally Huron, where the gentle zephyr of St, Clair rect-ivedit and bore it on ita plaoid waters to the go a head Detroit; thence the Iron Horse, freighted with the principle, ran to New York. Hera it made itself fait, for th* markets open like magic and the only aeiame to the confidence of the merchants HALE & TRUTH. Here the broad Atlantic took up the murmuring to tbe Isthmus, which carried it with the compliments of thafAtlantic, to the Pacific Ocean, and in the Centennial year the peniiat of the HALES was waving over tbe Empress City of California. San Jose, however, was the objective point and there our busiueas on this coast was first established. Our ancceas since then would teem phenomenal, bat it was aimple truth that waa the grand factor. AYe unrolled the banner inscribed with tbe old. old text that baa stood the test of tbusauda of years, "!»• unto all others as yon would they should do tinto you," And tbe observance of this Holder. Rnle baa been our great stand by, and to da y the business of the HALKH girdles tbe coast. The wan Joie bouse is doing honor to tbe flag, and the deuixens of the Santa Clara Valley recognize their aafety in transacting business at O. A. Hale ft Cos. At Htookton tbe emblem ts flying over the successful issue. Salinas n doing justice to the HALK Combination, and Petaluma is putting in the work right nobly; and last, if njt least, is the caravan sary iv your midst, known aa J. M. HALE & CO.. An uutrualitled success, and the other bouses need look to their laurels. Tbe flag of the HALES floats triumphantly over Six Houses on the Pacific Coast And one in the Gaaf, and were they to be placed under one roof they would cover an area of 22,950 superficial feet. This speaks volumes and shows tbe immenso advantage that muet accrue through the gigantic purs bases which aupply tbe estate. You, reader, have to do with our institution here, the uatnea of Hale & Truth are synonymous in five ciiiea on the Pacific Coast, and we trust that in tbe near future, this house, which is presided over by J. M. Hale, tbe name will be a household, word from tbe Sierra Mad re to Arizona. One word to our friends and we are done. This week will be tbe LAST OF OUR FORCED SALE, Aa our consignments are expected during tbe week aa they are now overdue some five days. We ask you to take advantage of tbe present and prove the name of J M. HALK to be a synonym of truth. J. M. HALE & CO., 7 AND 9 SPRING STREET. LOS ANGELES. ~ ZsTOTICBZ LICK PAPER MILLS I May 15th, 1884. We have appointed Messrs. Phil HiRSCHFELD & CO., of Los Angeles, Sole Agents for Southern California and Arizona for all our products. THE LICK PAPER COMPANY. Referring to the above, we call attention to our IMMENSE STOCK of MANILA, HARDWARE, Fruit Wrapping Papers AND NEWS PRINT I Being the Mills' Agents we are now prepared to sell at Mill Prices. PHIL. HIRSCHPBLD & CO., Wholesale Paper Dealers and Stationers. TiTHi'S PHOTfIS^PARIiOia DOWNEY BLOCK, OPPOSITE COMMBBUIAL STBEET. A FIRST-CLASS GALLERY With New a.nd Improved Instruments and the Instanta neous Procea. Unequaled by any Gallery on this Coast. Fine Carriages. I have juit reeeifed a fine atbek of Buggies and Phaetons! Whieb I am offering at a very low flgura to make room for the Buggies and Carriagea which are to arrive in June. My STOCK IS THE LARGEST IN THE CITY, And an examination will convino. yon that they are without an equal. STUDEBAKER WAGONS AND CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST IN THE MARKET. S. W. LUITWIELEE, 100 & 102 Los Angeles Street. Los Angeles, Gal. NKW TO-DAY. JVKW TO DAY. $3,000 Must be Raised THIS WEEK! We owe Mrs. Bumiller, - - - $1,000 We owe Mr. Casebeer, - - - 1 ,FGO We owe for Fixtures, - - - 500 Total, $3,000 Mrs. Caroline Hum.Her, tbe owuer <>f our new store bouse, NOS. 41, 43 & 45 SPRING ST., Wherein w. expect sburtly to dunticile, demands of us the immediate payment of $1000 due Iter under th. terms of our lease. Mr. ft, T. Casebeer, the conlraotor for building and furnishing tb. fixtures and appurtenances for the time, demand, th. immediate payment of $1,500 due him on account as per building contract. We must pity these people and must have money with which to do it and there is only place where it is to come from, OUT OF OUR STOCK. Therefore, during this week we will rate Removal Prices at such figures aa will enable us to realize sufficient therefrom to satisfy these demands. Consult the daily papers for the bargains we will of fer each day and rely on finding in stock the goods men tioned and at the prices quoted. Our necessities compel us to Give the Pabtlc a Benefit this Week Seldom, if ever, equaled of this coast, FIXTURES FOR BALE. People's Store. E.Martin&Co, WHOLESALE DIALER* IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 244 NORTH MAIN STREET, BAKER BLOCK. Just received, direct from Louisville, Kentucky, two carloads of fine Whiskies, straight goods, 100 proof, which we offer to the wholesale and retail trade of Los Angeles at reasonable figures and conditions. The ship ment consists of 150 barrels <_f ARGONAUT WHISKIES, OF THE FOLLOWING BRANDS; "0.X." "Our Favorite," "Our Own," "J. F. Cutter." Parties desiring first-class goods, straight, pure and unadulterated, are invited to call and examine the finest stock of Eastern Whiskies Ever brought direct into Los Angeles. This house, a branch of the oldest and best known house in San Fran cisco of the same name, otters to the public an assortment of goods without its equal in that line. It carries a larger stock, bought at lower prices, than our competitors can afford, and particularly in the list of Old and Well Matured Wines, Can discount any of the numerous barrooms, called whole salers, whose advertisements fill the columns of the city ' newspapers. Give U9 a call and we will prove our assertions. E. MAI-TIN & CO., *44 North Mala Street. Baker Black, Las Aageles. ■Tltti PHYSICIANS. hf. P. OHAMBERLIN, M. D., (line i rami. 4 and G No. 29 Houth Spring Street, Heekl.n»e, Chloago Aye.. Do.i le Heigh.. Office hours, 10 to 12 A. ... x to & r, sr. Obstetrics and diseases of women a seecl.lt>. myitf HBNRYB. LATHROP, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, orriCE ami RR-iIDENCE. Hooin, I, 2 and :i, Hoed.r Block. S3 South Spring street. OFFICE mil US -8 to 10 a. a and 1 to 4 and 0 to ; r. a. apxr.t Q J. ROWLEY, M. D., OFFICE and RESIDENCE HAMMOND BLOCK, 28 HOUTH SPRINU STREET. Orrics Heme: 0 to 12 a. a., 2to 6 r. a.,7 to 8 p. M. Calls answered at alt hour,. Jell) Cm J. S. BARB, M D., Eclectic Physician and Surareon, Uradu.te ol Bennett Medical College, Chicago, Itl., hMMTmsnentl., toosftrd in Los Angeles lo practice hta profewtrion * OFFICE- 303 Main street, Oaf. Arcadia street. Besldence, Allso Store, Allan Street. OrriCß lloi rs-10 to 12 a. *~ S.3J to 5.30 and 8 to 9 I*. H. Diseases ot wotnea and children a specialty. JeOlm * M. Hilton Williams, MD.MCPSO, (Formerly of Detroit, Mich.) Graduate of Victoria Collwe, Toronto, Onta rio, (IsM), Member ot the College of W.w.-...ih and Surgeons of Ontario, for several years proprietor of the Out trio Pulmonarj Inatitiit. at Toronto, Out., and for II years proprietor of the Detroit Throat and Lung Institute at De troit, Michigan. OFFICE: 171 North Main street,leOS Ang»lee,Cel. Office hours, from 10 a. m. to 4 r. a. Sundays, from 4 to fir. a. feb2Mt K. D WISE, M. D,. PHILLIPS BLOCK, S3 NOKTII MAIN ST WEFT, Graduated in the 'tflerson Medical Colleg •, Phil adelphia, in 18flft, attended lectures in St. Bar tholomew'e College Hoapital, London. Also in Guy's Hospital and King's College, London, In 1881 and 1882. Took a clinical course In tbe Meow*l University. Kdinburirh, and soli, iv such patronage as his experience and medicel eduea tlon mm Its. Optus Hot hh. Btolo a. m. and S to ft p. at* JunaS ly A. R. RHEA. M. D, PHYNM'IAV AMIS HIKUKOI, Office and residence, 45 North Spring Street, In the new Monet-Bum! Her Block. Prompt attention given to all profeastoaal Dtsaaseaor Cb lid ran a Specialty. Orrics Hot:RM~9toin a. B. 2tofitfe7toBr m. Calls answered at all hours of thedsy or night. Cut I rooms are completed will be found at Room No. 7, Grand Central Hotel. mySi DR.T. C. CALI, TNI HEALTH OFFICER, lies* taken Boom No. It- In the Los Angeles Ho tel, corner First and Los Angeles streets. He will remain in his office from 9tolo a. m., to vaocinnate those who may wiah IV at the hands of the city. Le Cronica copy myttf F. R. FROST, If. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SUROKON. Special attention given to all torms of chroaie Owes HiT ks otoll A. v., 2to 4 sod 7 to 8 r. m. bayland night call, answered at office 38 N. Main St., Room. 17 and 18, Phillip. Block. nievlStf r. ss w. esAsa, m. 0., H O M HOP ATHIBT. Rooms ■ and SA Baker block. Office hours, 10 aM.to 12 a., 2to 4, and 7tolp. ■. novl t| W. W. ROSS, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUROKON, Office and residence No. S*i South Spring street, Lalande Building, Roonis9 and 10. mylOtf Dr. X a Oriaa, OFTK7I at RESIDENCE, 14 S. MAIN STREET. Office Bona—* to 11 a. II , 1 to 3 and ; to 8 Residence- Beat ad. of Hal. street, below fins, wis it Dr. 0. F. Oillingham, Gradual, and Mmater Royal College Surgeons, England. Graduate and Member Royal College Physi cians, Kdinburg. TIN MAIN STREET, NEAR FIRST STREET. Consultation hours: 9 to 10 a. a., 2 to 4, 7 to 8 r. .. dectD tl Dr. H Y. Baldwin, (Late of Toronto, Canada.) Rooms 43 and 44, Nadeau Block. feb!2 las 0. EDOAR SMITH, M. D„ ■eetal ■tlseraisra. Wasjth .ad Urlss mrf Tr.ablra S.TOFPICF. - No. 18 South Msin street jan2«tf DR. J. P. WIDNEY Has removed Ms oflc from Downey Block to WIDNEY BLOCK, FIRST STREET, between M.in and Spring. OFFICE HOURS, J p JJ' Residence, 321 South Hill Street. Telephone, office Ml, Hons. 50_j. Jan23tf DR. J. at WHITE, DENTAL PARLOR. South Spring street. No. 31 Brreon Block, Los Angeles. DkL jaDttl • a. a. jinks, m. 0., Lanfranco Block, LOS ANOELKB. Eye, Ear, None and Throat Diasasas treated .xcluelvely. oct9-tf Elizabeth A. Follanabeo, M D. omca, 211 8. FORT STREET Orricß Mora. -8 to 10 a. v. " tt.tr. a. Sixth street ears paaa Ike door, aalttf WALTER LINDLEY, M. O Omca aaa Rasuasofca no. ais z*oxt,f mi- Next door to WoUweber's drug siere. Telephone No. tl Office honjs 2 to 4 c. a Or T. V UAI.R. HEALTH OFFI O I R, Otße., for the present, room 3, Llehtenbergot Mock, Main Mreet abov. First ottos hour, lor Vaocinatißg and other city business. Iron, 8 to 10 a. a. i.i,-, tl ss. chas. a. a. as szicethy. OFPlCE:—Sehasasnhsr Block, opposite Post, office, room. 20 and 21. RKSIDKNCE:-Pearl street, corner Ninth. Office hoars:—lo to 12 A. a;2to 4 r. a.; 7SO Br. .. at residence. Telephone No. at omoe aad reUdcnce, 101 Day and night call, answered. aaJU Dr. Joseph Knrti No. at Mass street, opposite Baiter Btnak Mly. snd MS tlseasss treated with the ear. ol a specialist. ap22 J. Harmon, M. D., County Physician. MASCAREL BUILDING, upstairs RaaUaDa. On—nimllten Hotel. Office hours from 10 to 12 a. a.; from 1 to tr. ■ epto-tt Mrs, Alio* Hiatal, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Otse. and Reai.len.-e No 1, Fort street, Lo Angles, CaL Otse. hours, 10 lo 11 a. «., 2to P. a , 7 to 0 in tb. evening. ate las OSOAR 0. BALDY, VETERINARY 81 R«BON. ALL CHROMIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY Residence, Sja South Spring street Kelerences Br. KD. Wlae, Lea A . K el,-s J. W Ailaaai, Downey City. Sarsical slstStSSSal perlorniisl siKH--earfully on all domestn auimals. Also, buying sal selling horsaa aprti WATEN NOTICE. Coasarnwra of water of the Met ANOKLCS CITY WATER COMPANY will hMaafas, be al- Inwrd to sprinkle their ganlen. batseaa. Ik. boors ol ttoBa. a. and 7toor. a. Consumers are aen oaatUaaad aaraiaat allowing it.sii'ssssry stasto la wssss rloswsa Jsatl fklli UTON, Sua*. NEW AOVKRTIKKMKNTS. M A T BRIGHT'S Just Received! 20,000 yards Calico 4 cents 7,000 yards Qinharna 5 cents 8,000 yards Lawns 6 cents 3, noii \ ;inls While Pique 6 cents 6,000 yards Dress Goods from stosocents G.ooo yards of Brown and Bleached Muslin t\ cents and upward 5,000 yards of Summer Dress Goods .lust Received. 6,000 pairs of Gloves from sc. to $1 a pair 6,700 pairs of Hose for Ladies at 7 to 35 cents 8,650 pairs Children's Hose 5 to 15 cents 1325 Corsets from 2octosi 10,000 pairs of Ladies' Shoes from 75c. to $3 7,500 pairs Children's Shoes from 25c. to $1.25 20,000 yards Ribbons from 2 to 75 cents a yard 20,000 yards of Lace from 1 to 50c. a yard 20.000 yards of Jaconet Edgings from... .2 to 40c. a yard 10,000 Ladies' Hats, trimmed and untrimmed, from 25c. to $5. 10,000 Children's Hats from 10c. to $1. 6,000 Plumes and Tips from toe. tosl 6,000 Bunches Artificial Flowers from 10c to $1 n bunch Also a large stock of Boys' & Men's CLOTHING! MEN'S HATS AND SHOEBI Underwear for Gents and Ladies and everything kept in a general variety store and prices are always cheaper than elsewhere. Call at 239 Main Street. J. C. BRIGHT. •** O O .sflL X. , WOOD, HAY AND CHARCOAL. HOLMES & SCOTT IST S. Sprint. Street. >io THE BALDWIN THI f*knt\%ZQ % Cal* »>ver *.-:.:.:«fi ik» having- Keen expended hy M r . Baldwin in Us contraction and furnishing, TBI B • LtiwiM ia the most elevraMlv appointed Hole iisUhe World. Situated on Market Street, al the intereecti m of Powell and Eddy Streets, ami fronting on four principal street* In the buesesSß center. Hotel Coaches and C rriagesin waiting at all Steamer and rUihnty Depots. TooriaSa' Headquarters. Special aecomnirVations for Families sud Laige Parties. Prices the seme aa a* other nret-cla-e Hotcla, *2 r»<» to per da>. M. H. PK ARctOX. Proprietor, formerly propfi etor of the Cosmo.iolitan, San Francisco BRI'SH HA ft I»E.N BKKO H, Chief Clerk. my 2 Sm H. A. FRENCH. Cashier, G. W. ROBBINS & CO., UPHOLSTERERS! 46 South Street. Between First and Second. Lounges, Parlor Salts, Easy Chairs and Bobbin's Patent Bed Lounge In the Very Latest Stvlee or Frame and Goods. We maka I'phol.leriiia and Repairing Furniture a Specialty, and can Mil you goods al he*. torn prices. aljrM las Wl. 8. ALLIEN J. a THOMSON ALLEN & THOMSON, Importer* and WholeMle and Retail Dealer, in |B Shades, Lace Car MATTINGS, I ■ taing, Cornices, .1. SEW «OOI»S. Latest Style*. Lalanile Btnck, .1-2 S. Spring St., Opp. Bryaona Hall, Los Angeles. atlBtl Calico Mining District Drug Store, 4.OODE.\OI'«H & MEXDESH ILL. Proprietor*. Canatantly keep en hand FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, STATIONERY, ETC. Correspondence from any part of the country in reward toCalico 1 -i-Iriot will receive athttislea. HERE W E AREf WITH ANOTHKR INVOICK OK OLOTHINO, BTO, FOR GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN, Selected aYpreaaly for that Spring Trails). Abernethy <fc Co., 73 North Spritm Street, I v. Angela., C'aUrornia. asrl# smm NO. 100.