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VOL. XXI. DAILY HERALD. Published every moruiug, except Met day, by JOSEVH D. LYNCH. TERMS OF DAILY HERALD; Par ftiiuum, by mail or express |7.00 UT* ruoinhs. by inaii or express 4.00 Three mouths 2.00 Dslitirsd st Carriers pbr Wirk. 16c. WEEKLY HFRALD. PlibLMll" I EVXRT SATtJRsMT UORNIINO TERMS: One year, by mail or express, one copy 12.00 Six months, hy mail or express 1.00 Three months, by mail or express DC ADVERTISEMENTS inserted, st reasonable rates star All kinds) of Job Work dons to compete with Fan Francisco in price, style and elegance of workman ship. LATE TELEGRAMS. [SPECIAL TO THE HKRALtt.) Pauuienger* by the Mteanser Ori zaba. San Francisco, July 25.—The follow ing ii the list of passengers by the steam er Orizaba which sailed thii even ing: •For Loa Angeles—Mrs W H Hills, T W Ooddard and wife, L Eck and wife, A B Miner aud wife, Mr. S A Sander eon, Mrs Parisot, Misa Hargitt aud Bis ter, Chas A Schroder, Mrs T Young •lots, Mrs Bioknell and two children, Mies H M. Butttrfield, Sister of Chari ty, W F Bennett and wife, F J Kremple, D Wight, Mrs Miller. For San Diego—Emma McFadden, Mrs Burkett, daughter aud son, F A West, T X Minium, E Ladd, T Graves and wife, Mrs R Furlong. Prospective Faaal.e at El Pa*.. San Francisco, July 25.— A famine ia aaid to be threatening El Paso, Texas. The continued washouts on the railroad have delayed shipments to tbnt point until the store uf provisions is about ex hausted. Deatrnrtlv. Cealiintlei at Tarawa. W. T. Portland, Ogn , July 25.—A heavy fire ia reported to be raging at Taeoma, \V. T. Two business blocks are said to be already destroyed and the lire is still beyond control. The loss io far is esti mated at over $50,000. I.a) Inc Out Warlt for the Can- New York, July 25.— The Committee of Seven, appointed by a meeting of the Democratic National Committee to con sider a plan for organizing the National Committee for campaign work, met af ter tbe National Committee had ad journed. All members or proxies were present. A general discussion took place and a conference with the Congres sional Committee was held. It was de cided that the National Committee should attend to national affairs especi ally, and that the Congressional Com mittee should look after the elections ia Congressional districts. It waa esti mated that there are seventy-eight Con gressional districts that are confessedly close and to those tbe Congressional Committee should give their particular attention. Representatives Stevens of New York, Murphy of lowa, and Roac craon of California were appointed a Standing Committee of the congressional body to work with the National Commit tee. The taadqßarters of the Congres sional Committee wilt be in Washington. The headquarters of the National Com mittee has not yet been selected. TU Executive Committee of independent Republicans have decided to engage Carl Schnrz to translate into German tne ad dress of George Win. Curtis and that of Chairman Cadmun. at tbe independent conference, and publish them as cam* palgn documents. • Adjoarnrasent or the Prohibition Cesv*ntles.---t*sv. Ht, Jsha's Aeeestaaee by Telegraph Pittsbcro, Jnly 2.1.— J. T, Little, of Newark, N. J., received the following telegram this morning from Ex-Oov. St. John. Rochester, N. V. ( July 25. *7o». John B. Finch, Oeo. B Scott or 3i. B. Bennett—l was at Lakeside yesterday and did not receive your tele gram until this morning. While I did not seek or desire tbe nomination, I greatly appreciate the unanimous senti ment with which it was given as well aa the honor it conferred. I can only say now that I acquiesce in the action of the Convention, and looking to God for His guidance, shall try to do my duty. Signed, John P. St. John. The delegates are leaving for home ou •very train and all will on to-morrow have left the city. After the adjourn ment of the Convention last night the California delegation on behalf of Dr. McDonald, gave a banquet to delegates and the leaders of the Convention. In Interviews to-day they claim the ticket will poll from nve hundred thousand to a mitllion votes and that they will prob ably carry Kanaaa and Maryland and so throw the election into Congress. fJlstresalac Hltnatlon at Mar seille* Marseilles, July 25.— The aapect bere is becoming more sombre. One steamer only arrives weekly from Al geria. It ii supposed the line to Syria is stopped. The South American pack aU cease to call here. Thu customs of fice and quaya are deaerted. Many funerals take place during the night, tbe burials being performed by the aid of lanterns. The Mayor has interdicted tbe annual fair and forbids a procession on August 19th. Ao official inquiry Into the deaths of twelve Sisters of Char ity and almoners of the uunoery retreat, •bowed tbat the IsJt rites of tbe Church were performed over tbe body of the first Sister who became a victim to the disease, and tbat neither the clothing nor the cell of the deceased bad been d aenfected. Haraellle* a Prey Co Robbers aad Thieves. Parts, July 23 —A member of the Chamber of Deputies, just returned from Marseilles, says there has been more deaths in that city than are registered. Maraeill s, he states, is a prey to thieves who plunder at will. They entered the Court House on Wednesday and robbed the offices. More Tronl.lt' at Haraell lw Mteara er ftrlven from l.lltlrnltrr Paris, July 25 —A pltaMe case is reported from Marseilles. A woman of 70 years was missing several flays. The police at last forced an entranoo into a lodging and found her body upon the floor in anch a condition that she must have been dead several days. An ex amination proved that she was a victim of cholera. She hid lived almost ex clusively on fruit. The Corvette Argenti na recently at Marseilles desired to take on coal at Gibraltar. The English au thorities forbid this and threatened to tire unless the vessel departed. The Argentina thereupon proceeded to a port in Portugal and began coaling, but the inhabitants became panic stricken and compelled the authorities to order the immediate departure of the unfortunate vessel. Where the Argentina ia to find fuel enough to return to Laplata appears an insoluble problem. Potatoes in Alaska. Farmers won't rush to Alaska, Tht mathod of cultivating the potato there is peculiar. The ground is dug up aud covered with a layer of kelp, and after tbi-- fertilizer has been exposed to the air for * week or two, it ia dug under, and the) toil shaped into high, narrow bads and planted in shallow drills. The gun's heat alone is depended upon, nad every opportunity must be given it to penetrate the ground, which, ia that frigid country, not only give* out no warmth of Its own hut frequently re mains frozen throughout tb* year at a depth beyond ihe influence of the sun's rays, Thie method of farming succeeds only ia favorable seasons — Chicago A San Bernardino Nuisance. The couditlon uf the dam hole, as the people have very properly named it, on D street, ia such as should command the immediate attention of the Town Board of Trustees. The crossing is very dan gerous, not only tv limb but to life, es pecially for women and children. Should any such accident happen aa is very likely to any day, the town would be mulcted in damages mush greater than the amount required to make the im provenienta so imperatively needed. If nothing more is done a foot bridge with railing on either aide could be con structed iv a very short time at a small expense. Every day complaints arc heard of the dam hole. Will the Trus tees attend to this public demand? -Sun Bernardino Index. According to the revised military roil the Board of Supervisors find that there Are 1607 men iv Santa Barbara county liable to military duty. The age* bt tween which this liability occurs are IS and 45 years, although the list has been made of persona between 21 and 45 years. — Santa Barbara Prcstt. AUCTION SALES. kin Sales By .1011 \ C. BELL & CO., HEAL EBTATE ANDGENERAL AUCTIONEERS Office, Room tt, Temple Block, over the County Ban!,. Res estate In all parts of the city, Includ ing residences and business properties, blocks and ranches, subdivided and sold at auction or private sale. Appratsemesits ot every description of property a specialty. Sales made at auction bj order of Courts, Administrators, Executor*. Commission ers, Receivere, Mortgagees and Trustees, faithful ly cump!) ing with prnuribed loyal forum. Houses and rooms rented; aiwuuir- charge of property, bold power of attorney for absentees, collect rents, attend to taxes, futiurauce, street work, improvements and buildings. A'so, auction, horse audi arnage mart and salts yard, Loe Angeles street, between First aud Second streets NOYEB & FIELD, Real Estate and General Auctioneers, REQUENA ST., 2 DOORS FROM HAM, Opposite the U. S. Hotel, in tha Bush Black, Wit, conduct a general auction buaineee ou the most Hber.l terms. Prompt rulunu made on all sales. Our regular Satur day ssle of HORSES, WAGONS AND HARNESS Central Horse Market, One door from Sain Street. E. W. NOYEB, tubal WM. T. FIELD. The Electric Supply Do. No. 10 West First St. (Wldney Block,) Have on exhibition in working order and are pre pared to equip residences and public building* with elf .-trie doer-bells, hotel and house annun ciators, burglar alarms, door snd window alarms tor house and stabts, call belli for servants, port able bells tor invalid chamber; electric gas light ing apparatus tor residences, offices, stores, halls and churches. Work placed under our personal supervision and warranted. Inspection U Invited and estimates cheerfully .riven. jV-Htr CONSUMPTION. CORSUMPTIOIII ! And all ths various diseases of the Head, Throat, and Cheat, including tbe Eye, Ear and Heart, (specially treated by M. Hilton Williams, M.D., tt. C. P. 8. 0., Formerly ot Detroit, Mich., ofßee 276 Main strset, Los Angeles, Calif mis, All diwasea o( the respiratory organs treated by the most improved medicated inhalations, thus bringing the remedies into direct contact with tbe "diseased parts. These are tn all caaea combined with proper constitutional reined les tor the liver, stomach, nervous system and blood, etc. OZCENA. -©msus is tbe professional or technical name givtu to an advance*! form of catarrah in which ulceration has oaten through the membrane lining o' the nose to the cartilage of the bono. Any c of i atarrah may cd in oxcena, but it nia** ..equeutly occurs in those who are naturally scrofulous. The diKharge takes place through the nostrils or through the throat, and ia generally of a yellowish or green ish-yellow color, frequently tinged with blood, nnd almost always attended by an bfictiaive sxoell. In the language of Dr. wood, of 1 hila delphla, "the disease la one of the most obdu rate and disagreeable which the physician has to encounter. In bad cases the breath of the patient becomes so revolting aa to isolate him from society, aud rende him an object of dis gust sven to himself." In same instances pieces of hone become sep arated and slough off, leaving deep, unhealthy ulcers, whirls secrete a blood matter, andsre ex treuielv dilOcuß to heal. After oscana haa continued some tltae the sense of smell becomea impaired and often lost. Deafness is one ef its moat common conse quences snd results from ita extentlon through the eustrachian tubes to the internal ear. Pains in the head and over the frontal sinuses, impairing memory, and even m-anity frequently springs from its e«tension to the brain. The greatest danger, however, because the most common, Is that It will extend downward and affect the lungi. In mostoaiea of pulmona ry dlse tsea catarrah is present in some degree, and in many instances it causes a large share of ths patient's dlscuinlcrt. Besides these grave cenaequences,which all of are liable to spring from scrofulous catarrah or ozoMia, there are others wblch, if lese dangerous, are suUt iuntly unpleasant. It occasions great unhappiness to thousands of both sexaes by iso lating them and preventing their settlement tn life. An offensive running from the nose, with foul breath, ia about as great a calamity as can befall young people. Pernors desiring treatment by this system of practice can use the remedies at home aa well as at our office, ami which will cause no im-ouven i.nce or hindrance to business whatever. I have seen so many of these cases cured by Inhalation that I do not consider any case hope less unless both lungs are seriously Involved, and even then our only hope is In the inhalation, which aids us (it dissolving the mucus and in contracting and healing the cavities, ablch noth ing else can do with the same success. (WIVSVLTATIOIV I'HEK. Those who desire t* consult with mo in regard to their naoes had better call at ths office for consultation and examination, but if imposMUe to do so, can write for t copy ot my Medical Treat im, wmtalnlng a list of questions. Address M. Hilton William**, M. !>., 27fi North Main Street, Us Angeles, 01. Owe* Hours, from 10 a m. tot r. a.; Sun dsvs from « to 5 T. at. lyT NOTIGB. Notice is hereby given that J. 0. Estudillo, on behalf* of himself snd Francisco Pico, own ers of Certificate of Purchase No. Issued on October x2d, 1877, by ths University of Califor nla to H. M. Johnston, for lot 1 of Sec. 18, T. 1 9., R. 12 W., S. B. M , has made application to Hon. J. Ham Karri', Land Agent of the Univers ity, for ths issuance of a duplicate of said certlfl eate, the original certificate having been lost or destroyed, and being beyond their control; and that a hearing, at which testimony will be taken concerning the loss or destruction of said certifi cate, or reason why ths same is beyond his con trol will be had at the office of said Land Agent, at Berkeley, Alameda county, on the 20th day of August, 1884, at 10 a. m. J, 0. EHTI'PILLO. July tH, ISSt. Jytt lw LONG BEACH. New Grocery and Provision Store. I have |vat opened a general merchandise store at isoaro aa aoh. (Formerly Wiilnwra City.) Where every thins usually found in a first-elan store may be had at low down flaura* lor oaah. !>••■■> W. W. LOW* LOS ANGELES. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 86. 1*384. —SIX-PAGE EDITION. HALE 4 CO. HALK * CO. THE GBEAT Eclipse Sale! A Wondrous and UNPARALLELED SUCCESS! The effects of which will be felt throughout the length and breadth of Southern California, astound ing the astronomers ol DRY GOODS\ And completely placing in shadow all their former ideas! with regard to the history and mystery of the trade,and forcing them to acknowledge that "there are more things in Heaven and Earth than is dreampt of in their philoso phy." This ECLIPSE IN DRY GOODS Has been caused by the arrival of some Ninety Cases of Eastern Merchandise, The bulk of which are su weeks overdue. It is patent then that it would be' suicidal to keep these goods over, and no matter what the sacrifice may be, they rrust be sold, as our other Houses on the Coast are similarly fixed. A meeting of the syndicate has been held and the senior of our combination threw himself into the breach, and proposed an IMMEDIATE SLAUGHTER I Relieving that by so doing the firm would be saved much anxiety and future loss, as by keeping these goods the last end would be worse than the first. J.MHale&Co. Are working then on the principle that the first loss is the least, and the resolve has led to this Great Eclipse Sale! And it will be carried out in its entirety. The object is to sell and there shall be no let or hindrance to that resolution. The stupendous fact of some 800 cases ar riving for our various houses,' after the season is compar atively over, is enough to paralyze and blauch the cheek of the most sanguine merchant, but we look the difficulty right square in the face, and instead of whimpering, tackle this mountain of merchandise with the archimedian lever of determination to remove it, and it shall be done. It , may be said that the Hales are radical and that by our present'move we shall unhinge legitimate trade and do serious injury to our contemporaries; this we cannot help, self-preservation is the first law of nature. We could not stop the waters from covering the land or stand upon the banks of a river and say, "hitherto shaltthou come and no further." There is no Joshua in these days to com mand the sun to stand still, nor yet a Moses to part the waters of a sea, and therefore our goods had to stay on the other side; and instead of finding fault with the dis pensation, J. M. HALE <fc CO. Put their shoulders to the wheel with a fixed purpose of lessening the evil by a quick disposal of the goods, and this Great Eclipse Sale \ Is the means employed and the powerful factor whereby we may remedy the evil and check further loss. We have only to add our programme and we are confident the peo ple will respond. Our great sale will Commence on Saturday, the 19th, AND CONTINUE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, J. M. HALE A 00*8. ECLIPSE PROGRAMME And Instruction). Daring the Sale. lit. Our bona* will open punctually at 8 a. al. and close, sharp, at 6r. v , except Saturday. 2d. All parcela will be delivered on tbe day of pnrchas*. 11 a. m., 3 and Sr. m. extra express engaged. 3d. All rales atrictly for cash. 4th. No exchanges daring the sale. Sth. All the oity oars pass within a block of onr house, ilih. Ask car driver to put you down aa near the Postothoe as he can. 7th. Any errors or misunderstanding that may arise through pressure of business please refer to tha linn. We conclude thia with an earnest entreaty that you will visit us as early iv the day aa yon can, thereby avoiding the inevitable rush that must easne during the afternoon. The Great Eclipse Commences on Saturday, the Itttb Inst. (Signed) J. M. HALE & CO. PHYSICIANS. Elisabeth A. Follansboe, M. D. OFFICE, 811 8. FORT STREET Orrtce Hocis —8 to 10 A. at. " 4to 6P. v. Sixth street cars pasa the door. selStf Koetri'BN < IriiiciHc de Health, Graduate of the Paris and Havana Universities, WUtiei It distinctly understood that she will treat and cure hopeless eases only. None others need apply. Office and residence No. :tt North Ualu street, Lea Angeles. English, French and Spanish spoken, ttlllcc houu from ,o bp. a. JolS M. P. CHAMBERLIN, M. D„ Offle i nwai 1 and 6 No. 29 South Bprlii|[ Street, Residence, Cldoago Aye., Bo* I* Heights Office hours, 10 to 12 a. «., 1 to 5 p. a. Obstetrics and diseases of women a specistty. HENBT B. LATHROP, M. D„ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE and RESIDENCE. Koapts 1, 2 and 3, Roaster Bloux, 23 South Spring, street. OFFICE HOURS-8 to 10 a. a and 1 to 4 and 8 to 7 r. a. ap2st Q. J. ROWLEY, M. D., OFFICE and RESIDENCE HAMMOND BLOCK, 28 SOUTH BPRINO STREET. Units Hotiss: 0 to 12 a. It., 2to & p. a. 7 to 8 p. a. Calls answered at all hours. JclOOUi J, S. BAKE, M. D„ Eclectic Physician and Sureeon, Graduate of Bennett Medical College, Chicago, 111,, haa permanently located in Los Angeles to practice his profession OFFICE-US Main street. Cor. Arcadia street. Resldenoe, Aliso Store, Allso Street, OPTICS HoLRS-lO to 12 a. a., S:3J to 6:30 and 8 to 0 r. a. Diseases of women and children a specially. | j,:O lv, 11 HUton WiIIiams.MD.MCPSO, (forniotly of Detroit, Mich.) , flraduatv of Victoria College, Toronto, Onta i iSL<lBtt.>. Member of the College of Physicians I njtSurgeoiis oi Ontario, for scleral yearn ■ -oArietor of the Ontario Pulmonary institute m\ TSronto, Ont., and for 14 years proprietor of ■ i Detroit Throat and Lung Institute at De- V t. Michigan. 1 %,£: 275 North stain atreet,Los Angalee.Cat. « flee hours, from 10 a. h. to 4p. v. \ Sundays, from 4 to 6p.i.. feb29ft K. D. WISE,, M. D M PHILLIPS BLOCK, 38 NORTH MAIN STREET, Graduated Ui tbe Jefferson Medical College, Phil adelphia, in 1866, attended lectures in St. Bar tholomew's College Hospital, London. Also in Guy's Hospital and King's College, London, in 1881 and 1882. Teak a olioical course iv the Meuical University, Edinburgh, and solicits such patrouage as hia experience and medlcel eduea tion merits. Optics Hours: Bto 101, at. snd 2 to 5 v *« junettly A. R. RHEA. M, D., PHYBICIAIV AND NL'RUKO*. Office and residence, 45 Noith Spring Street, In the new Ponet-BuiKiUer Block. Prompt attention given to all professional business. Diseases of Child ron a Specialty. OPPIOS HOURES-w to HI A, ST., 2tu6itVto S I' M. Calls answered at all hours of the day or night. Ost.T. C CAL*, THE HEALTH OFFICER, Has taken Room No. Is in the Los Angeles Ho tel, corner First and Los Angeles streets. He will remain in hia office from t> to 10 a. at., to vaocinnate those who may wish i., at the hands, of the city. La Cronies copy my 4 tf P. B. FROST. M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention given to all forma ot chronic Orptca House—9 to 11 A. a., 2to 4 snd 7 to 8 r, a. DaySjld night calls answered at office. 88 N. Main St., Kouiita 17 and 18, Phillips Block oaavlStl F. DC W. CRASH, M. D, HOMCEOP ATHIST. Booms so and 36 Baker block. Ofßee hours, Id a. a. to 12 a., 3to 4, aud 7toBr. a. novlt| Dr. J. S. Griffin, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 14 S. MAIN STREET. Ofßee Hours—a to 11 A. M., Ito I and 7to 8 Rsoraenoo—East eld. ef Main street, below First. mli-tf Dr. 0. P. Qillingham, Graduate and Member Royal College Surgeons, England. Graduate and Member Royal College Physi cians, Edtnburg. 71 N. MAIN STREET, NEAR FIRST STREET. Consultation hours: tf Ut 10 a. h., 2to 4, 7 to 8 P. H. dec4o tf Dr. H. Y. BeUdwln, (Late of Toronto, Canada.} Booms S and 44, Nadeau Block. fe.l3 It. EDGAR SMITH, M. D.~ Serial niaeavaes, W«l> and I rlu ary Trouble-* STOFFICE: No. IS South Main street. Jan2<tt DR. J. P. WIDNHY Has removed his office from Downey Block to WIDNEV BLOCK, FIRST STREET, Between Matn and Spriug. OFFICE HOURS, j " J? " p Residence, 321 South Hill Street, Telephone, office 69, House 59-3. lonSStt DR. J. M. WHITE DENTAL PARLOR, South Spring street. No. 31 Brvson Block, Les Angeles, Cal. janfttf a. s. moss, a. 0., Lanfranco Block, LOB ANQELKS. Eye, Eur, Nose and Throat Diseases treated exclusively, octB-tl WALTER LINDLEY, M. D Orncs Aire Rsaioaacl so. ate FORT ST Next door to Wollweber's drug stare. Telephone No. IS. Ofloe honjs 2 to 4 r. a ftr T. V HALE. HEALTH OFFICER. Office, for the present, room 3, Uohtenbergci Block, Main street, above First Ofßoa hours for Vacoinatlng .nd' other city business, from 8 to 10 a. a. feb7ti DR. CHAS. A. H. DI SaICITSY. OFFICE:-Schumacher Block, orineatte Poet, office, rooms 30 and 21. RESIDENCE:—Feart street, comer Ninth. Office hours: -10 to 13 A. a.; 2 to Ir. a; 7 to Br.M. st residence. Telephone No. at office and fetadeace, 169 Day aud night calls answered. enjtf Bt. Joseph Kurtz No. 386 Main atreet, opposite Baker Block fSFEve and ear diseases treated with the oare of . specialist. apSS J. Hannon, M. D., Oounty Phyaioian. MABCAREI, BUILDINO, up stairs. Resldenoe Cosmopolitan Hotel. Office hours from 10 to 12 a. a.; from Ito 4p. a ap3o-tf OSOAB 0. BALDY, VETERINARY SURGEON. AI.I. CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY Residence, 238 South Spring street. References: Br. K. D. Wise, Loa Angeles; J. W Adams. Downey City. Surgical operations performed successfully on all domestic animals. Also, buying and selling horses. spttf WATER NOTICE. Consumers of water of th. LOS ANOELES CITY WATER COMPANY win hereafter he al towed to sprinkle their gardens between the hours of II to Ba. v and 7toV p. tf. Consumers are also cautioned against allowing unnecessary wast* in waterclosets Jeatr FRED. EATON, Sunt Dividend Notice. At a meeting of tha Board of Directors of LOS ANOEI.ES COUNTY BANK, testd duly Bth. 1884, a,Mrtdaad (No. 17) of twelve dollar, par .hare, tor the past tlx. months, waa declared, payable Immediately. H. L. MACNh'lf.. DM Ist Secretary NEW TO-DAY. .NEW TO DAY. "I SAY 5 ' Business is dull, isn't it ?We And it so. How j is it with you ? But then you know after the Fourth one can't expect much trade." No, emphatically and decid edly no. Business is good. Double what it was this time last year. We havn't time to find it poor. We can't have it that way. People's Store And Qood Business are synonymous. PEOPLE'S STORK and dull business are diametrically i opposite and inconsistent with each other, and nobody knows it better than these very enquirers. Why? Because at this time of year the head of every 1 progressive house surveys his stock of Spring and Sum mer goods and mentally observes,, you must go. We i want your room in preference to your company. The People's Store CARRIES NO OLD STOCK. Our Summer goods, which are now coming in after a delay of six weeks (no freight having been received from the East via the Sunset route during that period) comprises the finest stock ever brought to Los Angeles. It will be opened only to be slaughtered. We have determined , upon this and once decided the stock goes at less than manufacturers' prices. By Wednesday our stock will-be all in and then we we will commence a sale of Summer fabrics, the quantity, quality and price will astonish the natives. The bottom has dropped out of the market. It is your gain, our loss. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we wil offer attractions in every department that will doubly repay you for visiting our store during these days. PEOPLE'SSTORE, 41-43-45 SPRING STREET. LOS AJiCCLES. CAL. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, SPECIALIST FOR DISEASES OF THE Nose, Throat and Neck, Skin Diseases, Diseases of the Urinary Organ. Female Diseases, and all Surgical Operations, As for Fistula, Piles, Stricture, Cancer, Polypus and all other Tunn.rs. OFFICE: Room. 13 antl H Schumacher Block, Spring Street, opposite Postoffi.ee. " HOURS: 10-1! a. a., 1-1 and 7-8 r. *.; Sunday, S-5 r. a. jyis Los Angeles, California WE BRING GLAD TIDINGS. ' Health restored and lite prolonged to suffering humanity, by the most wonderful curative age'it ever discovered. I invite tho sick, no mutter what thtir diwasea may be, to call and investigate for themselves before abandoning all bop*, for it will cost you nothing. I give no eocouragemeut un less there is a fair prospect of making a aire-. I will endeavor to be c»ndid in my opinion aud reas onable in my charges, 1 claim not to cure everybody, but to cure all that can be cured. lam formerly from New York City, and a graduate of one of tho best medical colleges In ths United States and a most thorough electrician, and have hail many years sucr-esaful practice in the treat munt of both acute and chronic diseases. To remove all doubts and con vice my patients that I claim nothing but what I am, I refer to mv diploma and the. numerous reeoen&lsaslattM tn my pos session, which will always be ready for inspection at my office. 1 BAVK NO ONE CUKE ALL! nor do 1 make a hobby of any one mode of treatment. 1 u*e eleetrkdty or medicines, er both, as cases may require. I And the cause of disease, remove it, and nature, assist**! by medical remedies properly applied, will promote a cure without tail. TO THK L\DIES. To the ladies I would say; You. whose sufferings nave become intolerable.aml who have suite re J a thousand deaths from diseases so common to your sex, give mo a call, for I CAN CUKE YOU WITHOUT FAlL,and make your lives onre again worth living tor. And all consultations will be atrictly private and confiden tial. YOUNG MEN. To those youta men who are suffering from year to year, and whose vital powers have become Impaired and ner* MM tyatoSß unstrung and broken down, and are suffering all the horrors from the effects ol youthful follies, COME AND SEE ME. I have a rare preventive ol premature decay and early death To those who from indiscretiena have contracted private diseases and are deslndis of being cured, come without fail, tor 1 can guarantee you a speedy core. I treat with success all diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Heart, Stomach. Liver. Head. Nerves, Kidneys, Bladder, Womb, Blood. Affections of the Urinary Organs, (1 ravel. Piles, Scrofula, Uheumatism, Cc tarrli, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia, Diseases nf the Eye and Ear, etc., etc. Consultation free at my Office, Solomon Block, Spring St m-l. btt*«N Kirst aud Second street*. Kaonis 3 and 4. OFFICE HOURS: fl to UA. M.. Ito 6 P M,6to B tn evening. Residence corner HILL and SIXTH streets. . All correspondents deslriug an answer should inclose a pVietage stamp and addrvas P. B. MEYERS, M. D. 9 jyl7 IGtam Los Angeles, Cal. Cash Fiirmtiire Store. BEESON & ECKBTROM Sftß JSUM IT U JR.SI 191 I>— A»«Hf» Mreet. Drs. C. »t Frank Stevens, DBSI "X'XrSTfli- Hril »rl »fTrHh W. !■« ■ tar" • tion tor teeth La thr inornlntr, oan have thaui •arocJav. Teeth without estate. Fine nliu.K. a «p«eiahj All uperatloiu guaranteed Rooms la and 1* Sehemarfcer Block, opnoeita IV 0. iv veil L. J. Lockiurt. 0. H. Lock mart LOCKHART 4: SON, —DEALERS IN— Hay, Grain and Mill Feeil, HAT A SPECIALTY. IsrflOODS DELIVERED. sMUs PICKIT &KELIEY, 302 N. MAIN ST., HA VK FOB WALK SALOON, centrally .'Haul, food huatneea; own er In i i heeltli. FINK GROCERY, good Ituxl; setae MOO par month. SO ACRES or LANS, wall tsnpravod, so rods trout oity limits: a liargain toff a taw Java, ai ownar ta going ta Naw MaJtlco. GOOD LAND lour tuiloi from Poatorlos. Il3C gag saw*, Mortgagad Hot'SK and U>T; mart ha aoU: a bargain. REST Al. RANT FOR, SALE. IwJjSS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .£ -A. T BRIGHT'S Just Received! 20,000 yards Calico 4 cents 7,000 yards Ginhams 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 6,000 yards of Brown and Bleached Muslin 6 cents and upward 5,000 yards of Summer Dress Goods Just Received. 6,000 pairs of Gloves from 6c. to $1 a pair 6,750 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. 1 0,000 Children's Hats from 10c. to $1. 6,000 Plumes and Tips from 10c. tosi 6,000 Bunches Artificial Flowers from 10c to $1 a bunch Also a large 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. anr WM. S. ALLEN. J. B THOMSON ALLEN & THOMSON, Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers lv CARPETS, B_s j| *TB GOODS. I 3B Shades, l<A«ts Car MATTINGS, ■jtefil B ,vi "k'. «v NEW M Latest Styles. | Lftlftude. 3lock, 32 B. Spring St., Opp. Bryson's Hall. Los Angeles. mlStf from the to en- MftftmjmjM t ' r '' ' made guoran gr9mM\\\\\U * ***'' Ito stand the test of time and use, Artifi.:Ul Teete, inserted oh rubber. B|^H<' ,, "))iuiil, gutta percba, silver aud gold. PAINLESS EXTRACTION. DR. SMITH ha. recently invented an t coustruoted au improred ar__ ' " that will, in OHO second, make tbe moat aching teeth and the most paliaTul gums aa insensible as a stone. Tuia makes teeth extracting in al! cases—childrau aiid^duU^—^heohlteJv^rtjulcH^ FOTWFMT AND ECONOMY A -BUY AN- The Stove made a Reservoir absolutely safe, the W MONITOR LHrr* -for SO.E at— AMERICAN CASH STORE* 3 ie2t lm HOand 112 N. Main St., Los a aYTHEI FRGTNTi ANOrnKR INSTALLMENT OF Clothing., Hats, Etc. For tha summer trade, stylish, medium an 1 light weight DRESS AND BUSINESS SUITS FOR GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN, AT Abernethy & Co.* 73 North Spring Street, last Angeles, California. mil Calico Mining District Drug Store, GOODKNOI an & IIKVUIMIt' l. Proprietors. I Conssantly keep en hand FRESH DRUCS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, STATIONERY, ETC. Correspond, rue from any part or the country iti regard to Calico hMrict will receive alienUo* tanSKf Kensington Decorative Art Rooms Vanry Goods, MUllnery, Ladles' and «'Mldreii*>» I userwrar. OOMPLETE WARDROBE FOR INFANTS. HOSIERY, CORSETS, HOOPSKIRTS, ETC, ETC. j SS Tslhustins gives In Ckaallle. orianlsl Kibhon, Amaeaaa aad Keaelaarto. raahrsiaarr. \ mjlfttl 34 sosta starts* St root .j! NO. 188.