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VOL. XXI. TEACHERS, Elocution and Shorthand. MISS JENNIE SPAWN, OF CSICAGS I. prepared to give teaeona In Elocution ami Shorthand Writing the former by I rofewor Ly man', method and the latter by either llraham or Pitman.. Koomi 7 and 8 (.stands huildlng. S3} Spring street. jel; lm M. S. AREVALO, Teacher or the Guitar. Mr. Arevalo ia the only teacher of the Cultur in this city. He also teaches. Singing, the I'lano.l.d the ttpanhh language, .11 hv the easiest and moat MMn tmtltcds. Office— "La CroiiL-a," Downej Block. Residence -llzAlisogt. |n'. In. A Summer School of ELOCUTI ONI To be conducted by PROF. W. T. ROBB, Of San Francisco, for a TERM OF SIX WEEKS, Monday, June the Olh. For particulars address V. B. WOOIIHSAfa. AM Buena Vista Street, for elroular. rises of meeting at the Y. M. U. A Hall. rajas MISS AltCI m. WATKIBt, rORTSSIT FAIMTRR IN OIM lias opened her Studio at 904, Sorth Main Street. Classes In lirawing and Painting, Mon ey, Wednesday «nd Friday. Uonra from 2un til 6 a. v. Terms moderate. Studio, Room No. 0. Hiss Alice Watklns heartily invites lades and gentlemen Interested in art to visit hr Ntudio. ni US-1 m EDOUARD DBVILLERS, Professor of the French Language B|ieaks English fluently. Sprecht Dcutach. First-class references. Orrics-SPRIN3 BTREFT, Nadrau Block, Room 106. apSi lm A. CUYAS, A. M., Member of tho Boanl of instruction of the IM. versitv of Southern California. Prof, of Spanish Language. Baker Block, Room Si, - - - Los Angeles l anstf Special Notice to tbe Afflicted. COSIMMSTION H. Hilton Williams, M. D., m. c. P. s. 01, formerly of Detroit, Michigan, and for 14 years proprietor ot the Detroit throat snd Lung In < •titnte. continues to treit all the various dis eases ol the head, throat and chest, at 27.. North Main street, Lo* Ange a«, Cat., hy the Aerean or Inhalation system of practice. aOWSVFTXOH. The earlier symptoms ot this disease are a sense of woatlnesa upon little exertion, a dispo sition to remain passive and idle, a peculiar sen sitiveness of ths efforti of cold and a shortness of bretth upon moving quickly or ascending a hill or stairs, a allgnt, hacking cough with or without expectoration, Hying pains throughont tbe chest or hack or under the shoulder biadea. The symptoms are worse towards or during the night; slight fever in the afternoon, cold feet and hwids, ar.d in many cases blue lividtty of the lip* and roots of the finger nails. The morn advanced symptoms are wasting of flesh, dlatrhiea, chills and fevir, night sweats, expect or atir n of yellow pus from the nlcers or cavities in the lung, with or without a aWH ■ion of the cheat, increasing we.kne-rs and at last a closing up of the air passages of the lurtgii, <-t»«*iiig strangulation or miff -cation of rhe pa tient for want of power to expectorate the mucus from the lungs. Heretofore the treatment of consumption has been very unsatisfactory both to physicians and tbeir patients; bu\ luckily, since the discovery of the Acrean system of prsct.ee a few veirs ago, tliousamts of cases have been completely cured, where, had it not been for thi* system of prac tice, utter failure to onn.hU the evils of the dii esse would have lontiuued up to the present lime The system of Mcd loa ted Inhalation is the only me trie b v which these diseases can be cured. And they are resommended hy the high est authority, both in Europe and America. And halation and Atomicatlon. S.nue persons sup pose they are tbe same in every respect, while nothing Is farther from th -truth, tn Atomiza tion the liquid ii scattered in the form of a spray, which only reaches the throat, while in InhalV t on the remedy to lie inhaled medicates the air we breathe ami is conveyed directly into the air passages of the lunge as readily as ordinary air. I Hy this means we are enabled to dissolve ths hardened mucus in the hinge, ease the cough, facilitate expectoration, contract and heal ulcers, , and cavities after all hope of a our. by the ordi- ' nary methods Is past. 4'OWMI'LTATIOSJ rRKB. Those who desire te consult me in regard to their case had better ca l personally for an ex amination, but if impasslMe to do so, may write for list of .Questions and Mcdi al Treatise. Address M. Hilton William* M. IK 275 North Main Street, Us Anger!s, Cal. Optics floras, from 10 a n.to « r. v. , Sun day from 4 to 5 p. a. le* FARMERS MHOILD LOOK To their interest in buying Agricultural Machinery TO GET THE BEST. The following well known implements will he reeofrniirtl as the beat In the market, all of them having been awarded Tflß HIGHEST HONORS in every compelitive contest with other mathinerv for similar purposes. \l»RI t\CK "BH'KKYR" Mower and Reapers are the lightest anil most durable, The Leading Harvester.! of the World. The Sohuttler Wa^on la the beat in the world. • Taylor Sulky Rake Without douhl the Inst Rake made THE HODGES HEADER Is the best Improved and most practicable Header ill the market. RICE'S ENGINE Is the only really miceeseful straw burning Engine. THE "GOLD MEDAL" SEPARATOR Saves grain where other threshers waste, and alll do more work in a given time than any other thresher made. Also sole events for (Hidden * Brinkerhoff Patent Steel Barb Fencing, • The stMiUrd Berh Wirt of ihe country. Com bines effect!renesa, strength and durability and cheapness. The "HOW 1" IMPROVED SCALE The meat accurate, durable and simple Scale in the market Mend for Descriptive Catalogue. HAWLEY IMS'. HARDWARE CO., Man. SN. M and «S LOS ANGELES STREET, laoe Angeles, Cal. ep42 R. B. YOUNG, AaOKtTSOT, Ha 113 South Spring Street, Will superintend the construction of buildings mBit 8m ROSTON MASTIC ROOFING. Fire and Water Proof. In vsss for twenty yaeri and th. beat rootling on th. Pacini- Coast. OEO. af. THOMPSON, Agent, apSOtf IM Loa Angel,., street. Lodging House For Sale. Inquire .1 It Coeamenial street, bstwsen Main and Loa Angeles etieeta Jcln Iw _ DAILY HERALD. üblished every morning, except Mcr.dey, l>y JOSEPH D. LYNCH. TERMS ,)H DAILY HERALD: . er annum, i mail or express e.OO Six months, hy uvau or express .-00 Three months ji ••« DiLiveaao bt Caaaiaaa ran Wilt, ISO. WEEKLY HERALD. PUBLISH-J KVBHT BATtmOAT MOaNIINB TERMS: One rear, by nail or express, one copy M <X Sis months, hy mall or express 1.00 Three months, by mail or express fJC ADVKRTIBF.MF.NTS inserted at reasonable rate* <aT All kinds of Job Work done to compete with Pan Francisco In price, style and elegance of workmanship. GENIUS. rSe v!ereVth the nil; We mw a snow-white butterfly Datving before the fitful gale— Far out et tea. Tbe little stranger who bed tost Win way, of peril nothing knew; Settled eehite upon the mast, Then fluttered o'er the waters blue— Far out at tea. Above there gleamed the boiihdleaa sky Beneath the boundless ocean sheen, Between hem dance 1 the butterfly. The spirit life In this vast scene - Far out at a -a. Away he aped with shimmering glee, Dim, indistinct, now seen, no* gone; NigU cornea, with wind and rain, and he No more shall dance before tbe sttn- Far out at sea. He dies, unlike bis males, 1 ween; I'erhap* not sooner nor worse crossed; But he bath felt and known and seen A larger Hie and hope, though lost - Fa r out at sea. Items of Interest. Tbe Merced Star has entered upon its fifth year. There are 435 children attending the public schools in Han Bernardino. The left leg of Israel Uoyette, a miner, was trpoken by caving r.>ck in Virgiuia, NeT., last week. There are 165 in mates of the Nevada Insane Asylum, at Reno. Of tbe number thirty-one are females. Sam Axtell, of Woodbridge, Sao Joa quin county, was severely cut by falling on the sickle-bar of a reaper last week. An Indian base ball club from Redding tried conclusions with a nine of re<U . skins at Cbico last week. The Coico savages woo. The little daughter of M Jose, of San Diego ran a splinter into her band some days ago and then took cold while in bathing, which resulted in lockjaw. A six-year-old daughter of Henry Adams, residing near Elliot, Jan Joa quin oonnty, fell from a hay wagon the other day and waa ran over and killed. A three-year-old son of County As sessor Spitzer of Haute Clara county was run over in San Jose Saturdsy night and sustained a fracture of the right thigh. Michael Essenger, well known In Sacramento oonnty as "Dutch Mike," died a few days ago from injuries re ceived by a runaway at Frankland a abort time ago. A calf in a pasture near Williams was bitten and killed by a rattlesnake tbe other day. After biting the calf the snake coiled about its neck, where it waa found and killed. Last week J. D. Bent ley, a farmer nf MoJeato, was stung by s tarantula and narrowly escaped death. Within twen ty; minutes after receiving tbe sting Mr. Bsntly was delirious. ■Jamas Mile* amd John Lunceford, two men employed on Reuben Clark's ranch near Williams, Coins* county. girt into a difficulty the otber day, and Miles waa dangerously cut iv the neck. A school-house near Vallejo was in vaded by vandals last week. Inkstands wars overturned and tbe walls covered with ink; tbe clock was destroyed aud desks and other furniture destroyed. 8. 8. Sherman, a prospector, returned to his cabin in the mountains near Qutnoy, Cel., recently, after an absence of several months, and found the de composed remains of an unknown man. Ths body bad been badly mutilated by rate. A serious affray occurred at Amador City a few days ago, between W. Tren gove and C. B. Mayon, tbe upshot of which was that Trongove drew a pistol and shot Mayon in the left shoulder. Thereupon the latter drew his pocket knife nod cut hia antagonist in the throat. Both men are aerfonaly wounded. The Dixon Tribune publishes ths fol towing tough egg story: "Willis Cook found an egg in hie father's hennery last weak that was quits a curiosity. Upon breaking the shell he discovered another perfectly formed egg, which was separ ated from ths outside shell by the vitel line membrane only. The shell of the second egg was also broken and inaide was another perfectly formed egg, separ ated from tbe second shell by the same membrane. The third shell was broken and in it waa discovered three sepsrate and distinct yolks. Press Pleasantries. One doesn't notice that a car window ia anything like an oyster until be tries to open it. A Znlu belle ia like the proverbial prophet. She has not much oner in her own coantry. To speed a parting guest say: "Go ahead and he sure yoa write." This re- Tereee Crockett. A Mississippi man advertises for V "colored hands." Why doesn't he in ) vest in a stylographic pen? "What do yon IM on?" asked a via ilor of the country Editor. "My ink come," aaid Ihe shears-wrestler. A message put in a bottle and sent to sea ia not lost. The whole world ia ready to reach for a corked bottle. Profeaaor Virchow says if the Germans would cook their pork they would have no trichinosis. There ia much Vtrebow In an "it." Gentlemen's handkerchiefs now have a border of red or black devils in gro* testjue attitudes. They raise bis Satanic Majesty every time tbey flirt. Large qnantitiee of strawberries are being sent from tbe souih in refrigerator cere and It is very cold for any one who wants to purchase any of them. Bathiog snlta more beautifally shock ing than ever are announced for the coming season. Something mast be done to attract people to the seashore. A cousin Mile Albani it a waitress in a atnall hotel It,. anerteU that she announce s "hash" so sweetly that all the boarders feel constrained to order it. The sale of Onsen Victeria'e book baa nlrao-t ceased Now if Albert Kdward will only publish hia autobiography, ac companying it with an affidavit that it la all there, its sale would be unprece dented. A merciful man is merciful to his beast A Quincy man refueed to vacate hea pre. mines at tbe command of his unfeeling " landlord on the ground lhat he hail aevoral sitting hens and ha hadn't the heart to disturb them. It is the custom in a certain Hindoo SSfefil m - "? » ,Kmt to ">arry to have her third and fourth lingers cut on at Ibe first joint Tbi. account, for the peculiar soraloh marks observable on Ike face of the Hindoo husband. It b Incoming mch a Haky antori riae to keep a faro bank lhat it is a arrat wonder that the faro bankers in various parta ol lh* city don't become banker, oa Wall ilraat, where gambling does not make una amenable to tbe law. A yoong married woman, sitting on the bank of a Georgia stream flahlns, felt a bite at her koolt. Sha jumped np, and eiolalmlng: "I've oaugbt a whale I" feel dead. This ought to be a warning to fishermen, but It probably won't bo. LOS ANGELES. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 1». 1884.—SIX-PAGE EDITION. HAI.K k CO. HALS ft CO. Hale's Special Bulletin. J. M. Hale & Co. Have never failed to make the Interestof the Firm and IhePeople Identical! But there are times when extraordinary exertions have to be made, and when the exigencies of the case call for unwonted energy and demand a large sacrifice. J. M, HALE k CO. are right in that fix just now, and we shall certainly not shrink from the ordeal; we have to accept the circumstances as they have arrisen and combat them as best »ye may. That we are losing money just now is patent to all and even the novice, whose experience is but limited, cannot fail to see that something radical is directing purchasers to our institution. J. M. HALE & CO. Will this week place their stock at such Tumble doun Figures that must close it out We shall not take in con sideration what our cost has been but rather what price will sell it, for we will sell it; we will achieve our object, even with adverse weather and notwithstanding every obstacle that would impede our resolve. In conclusion J. M. 11ALE & Co. wish you to remem ber that their loss is your gain; it is to your interest to re duce our stock, and transfer our merchandise to your homes. Silks Never were Offered at the Prices Now ruling at J. M. HALE & Cos. DKESS FABEIOS Of every denomination At Slaughter Figures! Domestics for house furnishing or personal wear at nom inal prices. Fancy Goods, Parasols, Fans, Lace Goods, Ribbons and Notions have all been subject to the scarificator. Gents' Furnishing, viz.: Shirts, Collars, Ties, Suspend ers, Uuderclothing of every class, with a large stock of Hosiery, will be summarily dealt with and at a big dis count. We now leave you with a pressing invitation to call and prove the many advantages to be reaped by your purchasing this week at J. M. HALE & CO., 7 AND 9 SPRINQ STREET, LOS ANGELES. STOTIGE z LICK PAPER MILLS I Mat i sth, 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. RIRSCHFEJjD & CO., Wholesale Paper Dealers and Stationers. PIHTB Fannin pium. DOWNEY BLOCK, OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL STREET. A FIRST-CLASS GALLERY With New and Improved Instruments and tbe Instanta neous Proces. Unequaledby any Gallery on this Coast. Fine Carriages. I have just reeaWed a tine stock of Buggies and Phaetons! Which I am offering at a very low Asura to make room for the Buggiea ami Carriage! which are to arrive in June. My STOCK 18 THE LARGEST IN THE CITY, t And an examination will convince yon that they are without an equal. • ■ STUDEBAKER WAGONS AND CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST IN THE MARKET. 8. W. LTJITWIELEE, • 100 & 102 Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, Cal. PHYSICIANS. HortrenM Clemente tie Mmltli, Graduate of the Paris and Havana Universities, Wkfhefl it distinctly understood that .he will treat end cure hopeless case* only. None other* I it|>|m (Htitv mul reHi.lenee No. It! North Main trtreet, Lo* An.'cles. EngH-h, French anil S|e»nl.h s|ioken. (ittlee hour* Ir :,.) .. « ■ JelB M. P. CH AMBERLIN, M. D„ time j rCHim. < anil No. 41) South Spring Street, Resilience,Clii.'agn Aye., Iloile Heights. Office tour., 10 to 1: a. ■„ 2 to 5 r. a. OlMtetrioa ami disease* of women a.peel.lt\. myttl HENRY B. LATHROP, M. D„ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ui rice and RF.<IDRNCE. Room. 1. 4 anil 8, Koeder Block, 4:1 South Spring atn'et. OFFICE HOURS-8 to 10 a. a and 1 to I and c to 7 r. a. ap4st Q J. ROWLEY, M. D., OFFICE and RESIDENCE HAMMOND BLOCK, 48 SOUTH SPRING STREET. Orrl'-a Horaa: 0 to 12 A.M., i tor, P.M., 7 to Sr. a. Call, answered at all hour.. jelnCm J. S. BARB, M D., Eclectic Physician and Sureeon, Uradmte of Bennett Medical College, Chicago, 111., has perii.snentl.i located lv Los Angelt-sto practice his profession OFFICE-302 Main street, Cor. Arcadia street. Residence, Aliso Store, Aliso Street. Offick Hoi Rs-lUto 12 A. u.,a.SJ to 6:30 and H tO 0 P. M. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Jeßltn M. Hilton Williams, MD.MCPSO, (Formerly of Detroit, Mich.) Graduate of Victoria College, Toronto, Onta rio, (1807), Member of the College of Physicians snd Surgeons of Ontario, for several yetr* proprietor of the Out trio Pulnnitmry Inst i mu st Toronto, Out., and for 14 years proprietor of the Detroit Throat and Lung' Institute at De troit, Michigan. OFFICE. 275 North Main street, Los Ang.de*,Cal. Office hours, from 10 a. m. to 4 r. si. Sundays, from 4 to 6r. St. fet>2frft K. D WISH, M. D„ PHILLIPS BLOCK, 33 NORTH MAIN STREET, Graduated in the Jefferson Medical College Phil adelphia, in lsor>, attended lectures in St. Bar tholomew's College Hospital, London. Also in Guy's Hospital and Kings f'olhgc, London, in IBM I and 1882. Took a clinical course in the Mimical University, Edinburgh, and soli-its such patronage as his experience and niedicel eduea tion merits. Optics Hot ss: Btolo A. sr. and S to r. p. it* Junes lv A. R. RHEA. M, D., PHYHIUIAIi AMI) NIRfaROM, Office and residence, 45 North Spring Street, In the new Ponet-Bamiller Block. Prompt attention given to all professional business. Diseases or Children a Specialty. Omca Hofrrs—trtolO a. m., 2 to ft it 7 to 8 p m. (Jails answered at all hours of the day or night. Until rooms are completed will be found at Room No. 7. Grand Central Hotel. m>3l DR.T. C. CALI, THE HEALTH OFFICER. Has taken Room No. It in the Los Angeles Ho tel, comer First and Los Angeles: streets. He will remain in his office from rt to 10 a. at., to vaccinnate those who may wish lat the hands of the city. La Cronica copy my4tf F. R. PROST, M. D„ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. attention given to all lonna of ekronic Orrul llouas - »to 11 a. a.. 410 4 and 7to 8 P. M. DayVuid night call, anawereil at office S3 N. Main St., Rooma 17 and 18, Phillips Block. mavlStf F. DI W. CRANK, M. 0., HO M SOP ATM IS T. Rooma 36 and So Baker block. Office hours, lv a. a. to 14 a., Ito 4, and 7toBp. a. not It| W. W. BOSS. M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office .mi residence No. 34} South Spring atreet, Lalande Building, RoomaO.nd 10. mylOtf Dr. J. & Oriffln, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE. 14 S. MAIN STREET. Office Hour. -9 to 11 A. M., 1 to 3 anil 7 to 8 RoHdenoa— Seat aide of Mala atreet, below Fin*. mlt-tl Dr. 0. F. Dillingham, Oraduate and Member Royal College Surgeon., Engl.no. Onduate and Member Royal College PhyS ctans, Edlnburg. 7, N. MAIN STREET, NEAR FIRST STREET. Consultation hours: 0 to 10 a. m., 2to 4, 7 to 8 p. a. dectO-tr Dr. H V Baldwin, (Late of Toronto, Canada.) Rooms 43 and 44, Nadeau Block, febli lm 0. EDO AH SMITH, STSi Rertal Dlmaawa, Wsnak and I'rla ary Trouble*. JrTOFFICE:-No. 18 South Main street. Jan»4tf DR. J. P. WIDNBY Has removed his office from Downey Block to WIDNEY BLOCR, FIRST STREET, . Between Main and Spring. OFFICE HOURS, I p' Residence, 341 South Hill Street. Telephone, office 60, Honae 60-8. JanSStf DR. J. M. WHITE, DENTAL. PARLOR, South Spring street. No. 31 Bmon Block, Loa Angeles, Cal. lanrjtl a. s. JONES, m. D <^ r ssfaa l Lanfranco Block, LOS ANO ELKS. Eve, Ear, Nose and Throat Dlaeaasa treated exclusively, oetv-tf Elizabeth A Follansbee, It D. OFFICE, ill S. FORT STREKT Orpici Horaa -8 to 10 a. M. 4 to «p. a. Sixth street ears pass the door. aelStf WALTER LINDLEY, M.D Omaa and RaaiDaaoi wo. as.s3 roRT mm Next door to Wollwelier'e dntg store, Telephone No. 44. Offloo bonis 1 to 4 p. a Mr T. m 41A1.R. HEALTH OFFICER. OITIee. for the present, room 3, Llchtenbcrger Block, Main struct above Fine. Office hours for Vaccinating and other city buslueaa, from 8 to 10 A. a. f«*7U OR. CSAS. A. N. BS SZICETHT. OFFICE:— Schumacher Block, opposite Pont, office, rooms 40 and 41. RESIDENCE: Tiarl street, oomer Ninth. Offloe hours:-10 to 14 a. a.; 4 to 4 r. a.; 7 to Br.a. at reiddence. Telephone No at office and residence, 160 Day mid night calls answered. ■MS Dr. Joseph Knits So Kf> Mala street, oppaalta Baiter Bleak aVKye and ear duameei treated with the oars ol a specialist. • «ptl J. Haonon, M. D, County Physician. MASCARBL BUILDING, upstair. ReaMaaee Coamopnlltan Hotel, office hour* from 10 to 18 a. a.; from 1 lo la m apao-tf OSOAR O. BALDY, VETUINABY HI RUF.OY ALL CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY Resilience, 448 Smith Sluing street References Dr. KP. Wine, Lo. Angelea. J. W Adama. IWiwiiey City. Siirgii-aF operations pwrformcd HUoeensfully on all domeMtii- .ninuUe- Also, buying .ml selling home ap4lf WATCH NOTICE. Consumers of wat. r of the LOS ANGRLKB CITY WATER COMPANY wilt hereafter be ah towed to sprinkle their gardens tietweea the hours of ti to BA. a. and 7to9P. a. Consumers are also cautioned against allowing inmrassarj wsasttt la water olosssa. Jeetf FRKD. EATON, Sups. NEW TO-DAY. 2VKW TO DAY. We will remove to our new quarters, Numbers 41, 43 and 45 Spring St., commencing Tuesday, I j June 24th, 1884 I I! _ ft The drama which has held the boards at the Peo ple's Store during the past few weeks received the grand est, most emphatic and enthusias ie reception ever ac corded tiny similar one by the public of Los Angeles. It is especially satisfactory tons that our closing at tempt in our present quarters received the same eulogis tic recognition in magnitude as did our initiatory step iv proportion to its infancy. The audience that greeted us on Saturday last was the largest that Los Angeles has ever seen assembled un der one roof. Fully 3000 people were in and out of our store during that day. To say that it flatters us is to speak in very mild terms. We are vain enough to feel proud, but never los ing sight of the fact that our methods—honesty and pop ular prices —have accomplished the result. With this week the Removal Sale will be withdrawn, having then accomplished its object—the disposal of a large bulk of merchandise which we did not wish to re move. Hut we desire to call attention to the fact that we have RESERVED FOR THE HOME STRETCH OUR GREATEST ATTRACTIONS, Intending to make this our gala week. "— Watch the daily papers for the announcement of what we will offer each day, as the prices placed upon the goods will be such as to sell the entire lot in a few hours, and it will be useless to ask for their, after the day of sale. FIXTURES FOR SALE. People's Store. E.Martin&Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS 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 tf ARGONAUT WHISKIES, OF THE FOLLOWING BRANDS: "0. K." "Our Favorite," "Our Own," *l 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, offers 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 tie colasnns of the cky newspapers. Give us a call and we will prove our assertions. E. MAiniN&CO., *44 North Mala Street, Baker Meek, Les Aageles. mmmt, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A. T BRIGHT'S Just Received! 20,000 yards Calico 4 aents 7,000 yards Giulianis 5 cents 8,000 yards Lawns 6 cents 3,000 yards White Pique 6 cents 6,000 yards Dress Goods from 5 to 5o cents 5,000 yards of Mrown and Bleached Muslin 6 cents and upward 5,000 yards of Summer Dress Goods Just Received. 6,000 pairs of Gloves from %c. to $1 a pair 6,;50 pairs of Hose for Ladies at 7 to 35 cents 8,650 pairs Children's Hose 5 to 15 cents 1325 Corsets from 2oc to $1 10,000 pairs of Ladies' Shoes Irom 75c. to $3 7,500 pairs Children's Shoes from 25c. to $1.25 20,000 yards Ribbons from 2 1075 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 ioc. to $r. 6,000 Plumes and Tips from ioc. tosi 6,000 Hunches Artificial Flowers from ioc to $1 a bunch Also a largo stock of Boys' & Men's CLOTHING! MEN'S HATS AND SHOES I 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 -A. I-, WOOD. HAY AND CHARCOAL. HOLMES & SCOTT: IST s. Spring Street. »io THE BALDWIN THE CAL. Over «S.iWO,OOO hsvinir been expended b Mr. Baldwin iv IN construction and furnishing-. Thf Baldwin is the most elr-tinnitv appointed Hote )jn the VrVrhL Situated on Market Street, at the intersect, .11 of Powell ;iiml Kdd\ Streets, and frontim: ..n four principal streets in the business center. Hotel coiches and C rrUuct In waiting at all Stcinier and Railway Depots. Tourists* Headquarters. Special accoininofations i<t Families and Parties. Prices the same as at other first.cla-s Hot. Is, ft!..mi to ■»'> per day. 11. H. PF.AKStOSI. Proprietor, formerly propri etor of the ConnoixilitMN. Sm Francisco HKL'SH HAttDENBEKGH, Chief Clerk. myC-Sin St. A. FRENCH, Cashier. G. W. ROBBINS & CO., TJPHOLBTEEERS! 46 South Street. Between First and Second. Have the moat complete utock .1 Lounges, Parlor Suits, Easy Chairs and Bobbin's Patent Bed Lounge In th. Very Lste.t Stvlee ol Kratneand Good.. We make Uphcilateritiif and Repatrinir Furniture a Specialty, ami can sell you good, at hot. torn prices. uiyiS lm (VS. 8. ALLEN. J. B. THOttSOK ALLEN & THOMSON, Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CARPETS, 1 M GOODS » Shailee, Ijtre Cur MATTINGS, r " r " ,cea ' 6,0 XEW «OOI>S. ■ -> bm f Latest Styles. l.alatiile Block, .I' 2 S. Spring St., Opp. Rrysim's Hall. I.w Angelea. mlStf Calico Mining District Drug Store, GOODENOFGH & MEXDENHALL. Proprietors. Constantly keep en hand FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, STATIONERY, ETC Correspondence from any part of the country in retfard to Calico District will receive attention. HERE WE ARE! WITH ANOTHKR INVOICE OE OLOTHIIffG, HTO., FOR GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN, HMri expreoely for tbe Spring Trade. Abernethy <fe Co., 7.1 North Spriuu Street, Ia» Alig>-lef. California. mrlS NO. 106.