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vol. XXII. NEWS OF THE WORLD. Maine Offers to appoint a Cominlt tee For ft CotiHideratlou. MORE SOAP WANTED IN OHIO. A Dlsaf fee teat Blame Election In New York—Tne ttreat Ration al Electloueerer In wm Virginia <;cuerul IVcwi. Special to the Herald ] NswYoas, Oct. 6.-A • t f ' lteme , r ii 1 w S -a re ceutly made that James F. Joy, of Michigan, ■ who nominated Blame in the C-mventJon fouryaars ago, told Henry Ward Beecber that in 1H77 Hpeaker Blame had offered to appoint a committee to suit him if he would take certain bonds off his hand*. Alger, the Republican cindtdate for Governor ot BCiobUiaß, cabled to Joy In London aa to whether thi «or/_w*a true. Jot "Blame neve* offered to »PP<*»} * tie for a consideration." jl*l *7?S J £5 r hu wrUten Alger ttrttior tobibira: ' When Ote dllftCQUy occurred In regard to certain landj In the touthWSst dn which I was interested a committee waa about to be appointed by Congress to ejimloe tbe Bldaebetes Spanker of tue House, laaleeMr Blaineto have one sound lawyer appointed on that com nUttee. I did not c re of which party; I ■imply winted a sound lawyar. In adiy or two Mr. Blame seat me word through a friend that he had CJrt dn depreciated hoods and th tt If I would entble hfm topi ice them at p ir I c iv.d have my committee ulw tat ed It. I refused tbe offer, and si the c nirts soon settled the matter, no committee was Appointed." A Disaffected Elector. Special to the H skald. Ns # Yobs, Oct. 7.—Ths Republic nu are in more trouble. Dr. Purest, the itepubllcau Klector of tbe Sixth District, has resigned on the ground tint be Ctuuot consclenclously support Blame. Ore.it efforts were, mike to buhdote him, but they failed. HU letter of resignation will be published tomorrow. Mare "soap." Special to tbe Hkbald Kb* Yobs, Oct. 6. — Republic int are alarmed et tslegr tms from O nlo to the Re public in N itloual Committee, demanding more money. Fifty thousand dollars sre demanded. Chicago Races. CHicsoo, Oct. The first regular day of the driving ptrk fall trotting meeting took Blacs8 lacs to d iy. Tne trick wis somewhat slow. □ tbe 2.30 class trotting, Butterscotch won, Isaac, second; Prince MLddleton, third, Zulu, fourth. The best time was 2:14)4, The Illinois Breeder* Association *t*ke a for trotting two-year olds, mile he its, Jeannette- won in str tight he its; time, 2:44)4 2.40. The last U the best record by any northern bred two yen-old. the last half was trotted at a 2 36 gait, and the last quar ter at the rate of 3.82. WUH .ms was second in each he-it; Belle Wythe third. Class 222 p icing w ts postponed sfter two bests; Mike Wilkes won tbe flr»t. time 3 li>U; SUvertatl took the second; time 2 1 . Illinois Trotting Breeders stake for yesr- Uugs, half mile lioats—summary—Diatonic, 1,1, Royal Cssseck, 3, 2, Dr. Layton, 2, S; times, 1.36*4; 1:88. Bflsalsolaal Politics. Jackson, Miss., Oct. ft.—At a meeting of the Republic in KxecutlveC .mmittee to d ty s letter was read from the Caslrm in of the Greenback Party which proposed a fusion of the Greenback and Republic in parties ou the Electoral ticket, as follows: Republic in live, Qreei'ttCkers four. The Committee refused, jie result Is a rumor that there will be s fitler and West Electorsi ticket In Mississippi. A substitute Ismide on the elector d ticket of J. T, Montgomery, vice Governor Alcorn, who rclused to serve, 8 T Jackson vice J . IN . C trpemer, wffo refused to serve. Four Republican c mdid itesfor con gress were present. Tbe session was heid wltb closed floors snd business of a secret nature was transacted. A lew Steamer I,lns. MotrrSRAL, Oct. 6.—Sir John A. M'cDon eld, the C inidian Premier, nnd Geo. Steph ens. President of the C in idtau P telle, left for New York to day to tike a Cumrd steim er for England on Weduead iy. Mr. Stephen goes to establish a line of ste imers in con nectlnn with tbe C in adlan P icfflc, between British Columbia. Jap-in and Cniui. Negn tlatlons are already on foot with this end In view, and Mr. Stephens says the steimcr* Will be much finer than those s tillug from gin Francisco, and that the route from New York to Europe via the c nidi in p.c flc will be shorter by three diys thin via Siw FraucUco. It is believed thtt Sir John A.M C Donald accompanies Mr. Stephens for the purpose of offering Government support t the scheme. YfttAilS bITCftM. Ass Attempt to Rob a Train Re salts la the Death of a S'lre ■a a a. Dtttvss, Oct. «.—Aipeclsl front Kmp->rt , Kansas, received at midnight t iy. Etr Suod iy morn lug ten mites west of here, n attempt was m tde to rub the SintsFep tr sense r train. fbe robbers evidently In tended to ditch the trdn. Two rails weri uaaplked but not removed. Whea the pu senertrtia cime along running who sue . speed they passed safely over tbe rtiis When the robbers siw tne trdn flying b } wltb the r.c.i booty they evident.y bee mo enraged and fired a volley sfter It. tne bu * leu striking the eirs ln sever if pl.ee- Fortunately no one was hurt, but following thepissengtr c ime a fretg.it trdn, whlci was ditched and the flremin wis killed The engineer was seriously loj ired. Fur ther particulars are uot yet learued. Nsw Yobk,Oct. 6.—Tamm my Hill made the following v tmln itlons for Congress to night: Sinn DUtrict. N Mueller; Severnt District, John J. Ad .ms. Elgnth District. S 8. Cox. Ninth i»Utrlec, Joseph Pulitter, ed i tor of tbS H'orfd, tenth uutrict, Abr itn d. Hewitt, Eleventh DUtrlct, John J. Hardy Twelfth oUtnct, Orlando b. Putter; Thir tee nth District, Egbert L Vehe. ihe Ger mm Independent CUlteus Assoc! itlnn o. tne Sixth, Elgnth and isnth Districts en dorsed tbe i .imtainy nomlu ulnus. Ia tht other m.itrtet-. conference committee- wen appointed .HeLean Co be married. Washington, Oct. 6.—John ft. McLein, editor and proprietor of the Cluetnn t Unuxtirtr, will be married to murmw mora ioitn Ml*- KmU> T. Heels, daughter ol Gen. ¥.. F. besle, oi thlselty. rhe ceremony wi,, be private and in the presence only uf imme dlate relatives oi tne two families, at t <t residence of the bride ■ lather, on Lifayetb Bon-re. The Rev. Wm. R. Leonard, recto of St. Jolin'a Episcopal Church, will oSci-te. Tae Canaeriirai Election. HrtrroßO. Cono., Oct. A —Returns to far *s received ladle tte tn it the 0 luatltutloa 1 Amendment providing for a blenul ii ae*»tou Legislature l> cirrled by a Urge m J .rit. Many town* that voted Aralus. t c Amendment yeirs ago voted for It thU y«ir Titre-u it of the eiecilon fur town offlc-r , •ofaraahe.rd from <1 >es not tndleite au. materlti polUleal chiuge. Raul Out. Pnii. iDBLrMia, Oct. 6 — fhe Baltimore and Ohio Raliwiy hot been given notice by tn* Pennsylvania (Jump my that ou and altei October ilth it will be deprived of toe prlv liege of running traiu.i over tne Pennnyiv t ni i lines, between Haltlmore and Sew York Neither passenger ticket* v- r bigg g> c .ecked throng-., from toe West vl i ttsuti* more and Ohio tinea will be received by tot Pennsylvania Comp my. rack Sari. Niw York , Oct A.-B. il. VatoKlnc. nnr ol tne editor* ot /Vl', who Inr years wrute tbe "Fill Noodle p.ipera therein, hee eusu the proprietor* ol that Journ il f,.r $*\M) .or bretch ol oontrcct. Some is .'Win | detail, of editorial mn.bh.iiot «u<l aifhtou •re expected at ihe trial. All psrrt#, are reticent. rim,,, la lrelnnri. Lo»»oii, Oct 6.—Berl Bpenoer bn aeot the government gloomy report, reUttve to the proapecte lor the r-„ m lug winter In lrelaud Although the harve,i l, reported good tue tiw price of pr ir,. will prevent farmer. from miking piymeut of the their reuta. • hoald landlord, In.U „ pou lh ,| r , nll right, eviction, win cusnt and crime r»vl"e ■<•*»' I'"pro,ln«. C.IOAOO, Oct. 6-Mr, Slorey, wife of the •ditor 01 tue JWi ,»y a . "Mr. dlorey ia wo»derful y Improved, lie .leep. wen, eat, wall aud hi. mind 1> plain,, gelling strong • r lie rid., every Say and* ell ioys |L , have ttroni hope, and a., have nfe friend, that before long lie will be altogether nlm' Mlfaf.lt." a llrnlal. WWIWIW, Ott. «.-l he CnmptmlLr of th. Curreucy aulnctiies a p .hiiivw dental of th. publlioed report tliat a uombur of ane alal bank enmiuera had been appointed in Ohio and other Utata. for politic ai purpoeea. Death at aa Old California^. Niw Yo»», Oct. «.-The death of Andrew Child, Who W.m toC lllfornU iv lain, ~,,1 m.ioed there .uveal years engaged lv mln lag, .lil announced. Be prcpired the «r.,t guide book of tn. old over,ami route. * aifklen. Killing. JfgWAKOO, Mloh., Oct. ..—AbiaArtnatrong . merchant living here, laat nlgm louud i young miv turned Ueorg. hue, iieoi iug with lira Armatroug lie procured au are Md killed b .in of tnem. lie ia vow uuder aji..t. accident (a Jar Waal*', larhi. Nt» Yo.«, Oct. « Jay (lould'a y ic!u Atalaut* ran ou tn. rocka at Hall Qa v and grae nearly wreaked yeaterday. Nobody The rrw.ia.al la n.tara la »„i, Waminuton. Oct. ii - The Pr.ald.nl la ci pecied h.r. tn. latter part ol th. Week. War Nalra. UoMOKoro. Oct. «.—The French f..rc.. on d.r Admiral l>>pe. which c mm. ; ' .tuck upou ,ii . i.l bar. o put'ad audue-i copied tbe town. Lespea Ima ant tnree battalion, to eufwM . iuu.tlou with Admiral (MM. i MORE BLAINE. He Opens tJn Refore a Crowe lv West Virginia. FaIRMoMt, W. Va., Oct. B.—Maine's p irty left Wheeling at 8 o clock this morning. At the Wheeling depot there w is 'juite a dem onstratlon by the crowd. Aa the traiu moved slowly out of the city workmen c ime out n! the shops, people out of Hielr bouhes, and Cheered. Tne first stop was inn|<- at Mound , ville. The Chairman of the Republic vi State Committee Introduced Blsine, who wst warmly received. He said: "I am glad to meet the citizens of M irshall county. I am glad to be in West Virginia. I c insider It one of the encouraging signs of the times that an earnest contest Is going on ln what was onci a slave St ue for the H>C£ndency of Republic tn principles, and Republican principles this , year me in a tariff lor tne protection of Amerlcin labor. [Cheers] If West Vlrglua la lv favor of that »he Is Republic in. If she Is opposed to It she Is not Republic tn. lhe decision rests with her citizen*. * At Cimerou, Littleton,' Minnlugton and Farmington there were hrlef stops, and At each point Blame so >k briefly of the lm portuice to West Virginia of a protective At Fairmont there was quite a large meet ing, mid Mr. Blame left the traiu and ap dressed the people from a Html. AtQr-ifton titers wist very large aud ro markably enthusiastic greeting. The little mount dn town was packed full of people from the surrounding couutry. Blalue was escorted to the stand and when the de •onstrttions with which he was received, subsided he said: "Citizens of We*t Vir flni i, as your distinguished chalrmm bti lUtui ded, lam no str mger to your St ite. I have kuown it persondly for more thau 4 ye ir* and I hive known this st-ciion of It well, I was bora on b ink the of yonder river, s few miles below the point where It eater, Peunsylvinli, snd you do not need to be told by me that there wia alw ty.i a unity of feeling ma nur tbe inhabitants of the Monongihela Valley. fCtieers.j But 1 do not see before me the West Virginia which I knew in my boyhood. The We»t Virginia of forty ye ir* a«o wis CMupirttlvely a Wllderpess—the We>t Vir gtnlaoftodiy is a prosperous hidiutrld State. [Applause.J West Virginia as an In dependenf omiii-aw-Mlth lu-tjoi her cv Ut ence during the civil w ir, aud at th it d ty the most liberal estlmite of ber toul prop erty, according to the euumcrition of the (Jn ? ted St ues census, did uot exceed *1 ,o. ijOvl.joj and in I*W h show ,trr ityon i- uss>«sed c ipiUllied we ilth to the amount ol *3;>0,0O0, 000. From the close of the wtr to the yen 1880 West Virglnl t bid, therefore, gifued iv wealth the enormous sum nf |2,>0,00.VKW. Yob have f .red pretty wch, theraft re, under rtepubllciu iidmhusirition. [Lmghteraud cueers.] Ills probihle th it some politic ti opponent does me the honor to listen to me, snd I would A»k him as a c inflld mm wn it agency wis It that nerved tne arm of ludustry to sraitP the mouuttins and ere ite tnls we tUh ln West Virginia. It was protfc Ive tirlff [great eneerlngt, »nd a ttaaucial system that gave you good money. [C ieers.] Before th dwis p used you never aad circulating In your mid.d a b ink bill that would piss current five hundred miles from hlme. ["Tliat s so,' and c leers.] You douottodiy have a single piuce ul piper money In circulation Iv Mfesl Virglnl i tint Is uot good all around the globe. [Great cheering.] Not n bill that will not p i*s is cert ilnly In tne money m irket of Europe a.i in New York or h utlmore, so th it tne m in who works lor a d iy s w iges kuow.HWneu Saturday night comes thu hcwillbepiid in good money. [Renewed cheers.] Older protective ttrlff your coal Industries aud and your irou Industries nnd the we ilth of your forests hive been brought put, and It is for your voters of West Virginia to say wnetber yon want this toe uiHnue or whether yon won to try free rr.de [No we don t.] lin ike b >ld to siy, with nil re.-pi-e;, tbit there Is not a Deni' critic tte ou v on the ,t .imp In WV-t Virgin!i, c ions :.. I. K.i to tue N itloii, I nj>e ik only of those 1 know, who iidv< c it-s .t proti'C.tvi- t iriff. I go fir ther. Ido not know of a Dcm cr it :c states mm who will acknowledge tint t inrT 1,.r protecriou U c m>Htutionil. and iryire(r,re, ai hnun-t men, t:iey are b..nn»lMrt o'npo.o** iV. iheM.rrlaon i.rstT WtfcpaVVoui have It:|.. i:ne .M-»riUiflf TifTtt bit! w.mld have slr.ipk ;t| ttii. InteYCsla .tf West Virginia In miuy Vit il resu.ti, and it * an am tzing last mat the represent dives in Conurir>s from West Virginia voted for that bill. I'here U a good old ad ige walcli I beg to recill to yonr minds, that <i »d heips tho>c who help them selves, and if We«t Virglnli U not willing to sustain protective tariff by htr vote aud her influence ibe must uot expect It to be sustained for ncr by others, if sue wants the benefit of protective tariff she must give to protective tariff the benefit ul uer support. (Cueers.) I am glad th it lam iddresdtig southern people, i c >mmunl:> that were slave-holders, v c immunity m tde up of those who were in later and thO«e who were si ivcs, bat 1 address a alsce St >term longer (great cneermg/. lam appealing to We>t Virgin! i not to vote upon a trulltl r i prejudice, uot to keep her eves to tn* re r but to look to tbe front md tne future i\ it, 10 It ( md wild entering, and If I c i,nd bs aeirdl would m ke tae *mie sppeal to other S utnern St te-, to old Virgini i. ; Nirtn C,r0.1.i ,t» Geirg! i, toAi ■•■ u\ .. m .enneawM- .iidtoL.uliiß.n- fie. are an lUtere.tedlu proti-c'.lve tirlff And the-1110.4-1 .1 vis wnica <t > t iCJ pr.-.er. T.i gr ,tit.- -> I prejud c 1 or o prom ite > >;•■ .. pi *Ye.d Virginia r»n iejd the » .y. c c 1,. jresk tnls »eemi:igiy impreji. the 8 ltd H . ith md Cries 01 we li do t. we n duitj. 8 dd on wu.it.' 1 old on 1 prejudice, soild on a trtditioa; sodd up-n d c.rives tnat sep tr tie the different BCttzooa tM tne Cnlon. w.iereis.l laVtM you tv Join in 1 uulou not mere,y in form b if s anion In fast, and to t ike your p trt l.i tne solution of tne indastri ii and flu mcl ti problem of the time .f re it cheering;. If West Virginia i k.'s tn it course on tne 14tn of October sne «td do mucj to sett.c tne c mtruverdes thu aow igltite us. whl.l I repeit, oi protective t iriff. tn a, .'cc >r-ling to toe terms >t t a Morrls.m bid, it would c >st West Vir. glal l a vast Slinof in v between Ih7j and you gtiued In this at ite one hundred md sixty mt.llous of doiun; between 1* 0 md Wjuyou whl gain muca more with 1 tirlff for protection; but I ask my business m in if be believes you c in do 11 with free trade. [No, no, no.) Here I ciose my words of counsel, lo tvlng action to you. I tesve you not as a 0 immunity iudu ■need by sectional feeling, b it as a comma dty broidiy national. I letve you as a .i"t -te allied on tne one side to Pennsylvania ud on tne other to Ohio, jCueers-j si nuch aayou are to Virginia and Keutuekv, I le ire yon n a St de th a stinds lv tne v.iv A the i.ew Sontn iuvlting tne whole to loin i.t a gre it n itton d government, Whfca shall in net md feeling, as well as iv form,mike us a peop.e wltu one union on ac C institution and one destiny. [Great, prolonged aud emtiniied cheering ] Alter Blame tne Hon. A. W. icnny, of Brooklyn, mide a speech. From Gritton t especial train turned again toward the •info river. Hla Last Hunt. San KbaNcimo, Oct. A.—D ivld Ennls, while ■nt mull hunting yesterday ne irfl tn X if tel. eeidetita.il/ shot himself. He waa de *..eu found Funis waa a well known c*• r etor and c rpenter. Two ye im ago wnito luck hunting, ne n.rrow.y esc ped death .ydrownmc At th it time a C>m > miou In ;he same bo it with him w is drowned. Hn M ion for ifew Tark. London, 00t.a.-Onehundredandseventy five thouatiidd.illir-. in Oliver bullion eti -•ire i for shipment to dty wis taken for S-w York. A further surplus in expected unltastbe Am rlcaa meanwhile recover France** War Hndaret. Pteis, Oct. A.—The Minister of Wit and fie Budget C -mmtttee agree on a redaction jf mtllt try estlm itea to i n ,te ,d oi M.AUO.OOO. Children Drowned. F.ssio Austrl i, Oct. «.—Fourteen cMldre W ilie pUylug in i bo t to d y. on tne rlvt Drive, c ipslied and all were drowned. Ifflaeaacre .», Aran*. London, Oct. 6.—The wtr office la uncer t tin as to tne ftte of CM. Stewart, WOO** boat with fifty men enroute to DotignU g,,i stuck on the r< ck.-. Stew rt b trg ilued with Amos to provide cmiets ml guide tne p Tty leroas the desert to Mer<ivl. ihe trc Cher 004 Ariba mias-ered the flr-t p-rty tn -t I'iided, then boirded the ateimer »n>\ k'lled the rem tinder of th* crew exctit f ittr mem, whose n mes -ire nukuown. It Is le ired tn -i Stewart U killed. It Is unknown whether F >wer tne Times correspondent b.d returned to Khartoum or was With the at earner. ffe Palmed tne Town. Wall a Wall a Oct. A.—List night James Low adr grciser being druuk at Wu.a- ; waila miniie.ted -tn interne desire to pick t quarrel but no one sceommod sled him. Fi v illy he br ludished i pistol and leveled it nt a crowd of men nnd Ared. The bill entered the body of I'hom i* Milouey and pissed t trough It. No c tiise is given for tne <ct ex copt n drunken de«lrc to lT p tint tue tow tired, the wounded m iv was t ikeu to St. M ry - nosptt-U at once. Hla wound is considered very serious as the bill entered hla howe.s. Low waa brought up to d tv und lodged luthe county Jail pending ex tin (nation. I ohikl murdered. Tccsow, A. T., Oct. A.—The intelligence li Just received that Joseph Wlune.d and wife and S Frltt and wife were found murdered on the evening of October :kl on tue ration of Jamea Hafferty, In the Huacmici moun talna. KafTerty I. missing ami Is supposed to be mnrderetl. points to tho parties who hung the Mexlc in boy qulnoue* some weeks ago, as alter the hur.ging they were trailed to RarTerty s raver,. Fearing (heparties on the much would be witnesses against them It Is beileved they murdered them to save themselves. A rumor says a band of Mexlc ms from HouOra o >mmltted the murder in revenge for yoinouoa death. fflnraered. ansae Valliv Cila., Oot. (1.-gome time during Mond iy mgnt 1 ia. Pucoe who kept a aalmiu here, wla murdered by aoin. one, who aa yet rem ilna unkuown. Piaco. waa au old man ue.irly i > ye ,r, ol age and slept alou. In the bunding . coupled by him aa a .aloou. tf ime P.i.coe waa possessed of aome money wlilon he waa supposed lo keep lv hi. houM aud thla waa uuduubu-dly in. reaa ou ha waa murdered a. he waa not known lo hare any enemlet, aud th. house showed that the murderer had searched thoroughly for money. A a Or en on ■ Ire. Powtlasd, Orgu., Oct. 0.-A fire at Wallula Junction thla morning, de.troyed .even boildinga. The loaa la about forly thuuetud dollare. Thaodnre Pletner, a verm m bar keeper waa burned to d.aui. v. wont to lied drunk and i, supposed to have eet Are o hla bedding. Unrdrrrr trreatcri. tan F»a»,iao, Oct. «.-HcCarlhy, th murderer of Croaby, waa arrested tale cv.i lag. tie cialm. Mil aelaßae. LOS ANGELES, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1884.- SIX-PAGE EDITION. FINANCE AND TRADE. Market Review. The Jfanc Lnne Exurftt lv Its weekly re view of the corn trade says: The autumnal weather for the pist week has been sco un p mled by but little r tin, c m*.enueutly g*>°d progress has beeu made In full cultivation. The sales of English wbe it were 78.M0 quar ters at 32s 4d, ..» dust HJ.IOO quarters at 30s 4d for corresponding week a year ago. Sj the forelgu when trade sellers have beou firmer, although iirrlvuls cmtlnue on a he ivy sc de. TheofTciast cirgo trade has been confined to the s ile of one cirgo from Australbi. I'here were eight arrivals during the week, of which tiv were withdrawn and five remain. The market was slow and dragging. In tbe foreign wheat trade the rites were unchanged. Flour Is difficult to move at late rates. Nothing Is doing lv bar ley, and prices are unchanged. Mudlterra neau Is quoted a shilling de irer;oats Gd dear er for foreign, beans In large supply and 1., fid lower; peas unchanged- The stock Market. New York, Oct. 6.—Governments, steady. Railways, slightly lower for speculative Issues. Stocks, nt times to day, were char acterised by activity »ud buoyaucy; dealing waa well distributed. L'niou P.tciflc ad vanced on a favorable statement of the ope rations of the company for August, which showsadeereiseof ouly »47,0tW. The gros> reduction of operating expenses Is J270,00,i and gain net o truing*, $\a»„w. fhelund sales of the Nobnski division for September were 1,224,00J ncres lor t.,72,000, and from Jain iry Ut to October Ist, 4,otii',oog ncres for !6,221.0w). The report th it the Central Pa cific intended tv withdriw lv Houg gong steimer hid agood eflect on Piclflc Mill. Contril P c tic ls higaer on a semi officl il sL itement ta it thecjrap my s business is im proving. Corapired with lust Sucrdjys closing pric; It is 1 1 4 to 'i% higher. atTernment Share, and n.llnaj Bonds. New York, Oct. (.—Threes, 100W; <Us, 4s, 2D; Centril P cific, 43; Denver and Klo Orande, V%; K.nm Texas, lt*4 Northern P cific, prelerrt-d, do, 4oH. North Western, I«V<J; Oregon N ,vlg itlon, it, lruisc:.ntlnentil, WA, Improvement, IS; Piclflc Mill, K.U; Ptnim i,-.6; Tex.s Piclflc, UH; UulonP.ciflc, U.%, United States, bl. Fargo, 5, Western Cuion, 1 Petroleum. Niw York, Oct. (.—Petroleum, firmer, ex cited, 7t; a The lour) Market. Niw York, Oct. (.—Money easy, IH®3; closed prime pipur, j(aS: exenauge hills, firm, 82; dem md, ni^. Mining Ntoclc. 8m Francisco, Oct. (.—Bellelsle, 10; Beit and Be.c ler, ljo; C lollur, 21J. O .uld and Carry, lai). orind Prize, 4J: Hile N .rcross, 2,5. Mexle.lt, 145, Nivsjo, SM); 01. Ir, Hj; Potosl, IJS; Sivsge, HU. Sierra U ... 14D; Union Con., 115. T!i« Grain market. la£ Fbancihco, Oct. C. — Whc .."ik. oulet; buyer, ll.si'; •! buyei .-.son, ft 39KS1.S H- Barlej :e<dy, lively; wller, s«K, .eller, season, 0.v,. buyer, l4X®jt>, buyer, sewnn, f1.01^91.w. Livxrpool, Oct. 6.—Wheat firmer; No. 2 California, t* 9d ut 7a. Com strong; 5s sy,d Cricaoo, Oct. (.—Wheat nrnnjer. nM Oct; 7.X Nov. Corn firm; t*% Oct; HU Nov. Baney steady, ti'2. Paaienrer* Month and Eut, MSRCBD, Ocl. o.—Following Is a list of the south bound pissenger. pissing here this OCCise, Rhode Island; Met J A Clarke and diughter, fi crtmooto. Mrs Trewill, O iklind J L Uclil) (j Sc .field, Mrs He ar,*, Wm i .i.e., M: , X .cr,, EFMnou, r B Roes, (IB flog .v, L Hudson and wife, T Oeorge, J Piperls, a.n Frincl.C); J B Cohn, New York, W H C .ftln and wife, A! . met!.; MisaHale, Omil.i; Mrs Behr, Tomb •tone; Mrrßeiiu.,tine. I'-ivcr-lde; JCRob etni. Tombstone. O R Sciioll s.uta Ana;J 8 White, W E Bo.ic'i imp, Los Angeles; J Smith and wife, Stockton; F 3 M trshall, M.titlan. SV Horton, bin Bernardino; M Myron, Wstsonvllle; R Franks, Mrs Julia Franks, Frene.'i Uulch. Young Brlrfliam IH»< Karfrd. Si» Feanchco, Oct. 0.-A Silt Like >tp«ciil s»ya: Jiidce Znnt. to d iy. afters full hcirlaff (|Ui3he'i the old indictroeut for polyj imy *g ilnst Jno. w. Yoauff, tne son of BrigDAm, on tlie groans two uepirue e.'urffes were Inc .rpor ited as one offence mi that the Indictment «r«, amblßuou, and uncertain In Ita terms. A rfliue on Fire. MABtjerrTE, Mich., Oct. r,.—A fire broke out In the Heel i mine cii veu hundred feet bene ith the surf see. J.hii Rayson and Thos. Qreesble were mff.-c ited. The bodie. can not be reached. .4 New Volcano giiarovcred. 3>s Francisco, Oct. 0.-The Revenue Cttter Corwin arrived from Alaskt last .tight, ale broiigut dowu Uia ere* ol tba freernsned ste.m ntuli" Downed. The c plain reports a new voir mo di.-covered at niur monnf .Ins ne ,r a»v. rv two Piss, i he whale c teh wis a go-.il .ivcrige. The Ko w.lt river his been fuilv rxplored. and an official report wiil be made lv Washington. Brltl.h Columbia I rporK. Victoria. B. C, Oct. Tbe Colonltl pub llahes st itintics which ibow that the exports for the last ye ir exceed.M one million dol- Ur, the heiviest ever known since the prov lncs wis orginlred. the returns shows ste idy lucre tse In coal, fun snd lumber and . falling off in fish. The gold exports are unchanged A Betlrement. Sam*a«, Cil„ Oct. I—Milks*) F.. Buck ram who ou Fridiy 1 i»t wis convicted of murder in the second d.-jtr.'e for the kiliiug of his father, George E. M ickm in, at St ick a C tnyon, in July 1 ist. wis to d iy seotenced by Judge Alex-iuder to twenty five years ln tbe State Prison. A > <|.a .'lre. Napa, o*l, Oct. 6.-A fire to night de stroyed the m.e.ilne shop and fruit dryer of John Bichelder. i'he loss to the building and stock Is about RnOO. Colonels to the Rescue. The Poatm later Is erecting a Urge and beautiful residence on Ninth street, to c jst shout $8,000. Owing to this drain on his dhph.noii'j purse, ho is uniblo to light ie printofnci, and so it il shru ided in darkness 0a69 more, nnd hot been stuce the 1 itter p trt oi Inst week. The Colonels were notified of the cil imity, and theflninclal he p required, and hive Issued a requisition lor three cents to piy f«>r the light snd tbe services ot the pollccm m who puts out the light every night whether it la lighted or uot. Iv tbe division of tne funds two cents are used for the light and one cent for the irdnous services of a poiicemin tn brtve the d trkuesa aud d mger and out out a light which his no existence. Uu I somebody ashamed. Dancing. Prof. Hlnton opened at Armory Hall last week with -i promising outlook for the seu ou. Tne if ii; is brlg.it, CJinmodlous *nd central. The S in Diego Hun ot October Mb, hu this lo say of the Herald: Our esteemed coutemporiry, the An ?eies Herald, fx** last comp.eted lis eleventh ye*r. Its editor miy Well feel proud of the strides the piper n«m mide iv t.uu time, and It now Justly merits tne tide of tne le nllug piper in S mtheru C ilitorni \. an lw " eXt * iKRALD appeur lv HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY. ST. ELKO. W R Townsend A w, S F R L Roller, PHtsburgli I II Rem-dict. Kiver-d H .1 Pii-r-ou No I» Fr-nkel, H F H ovot-elsiug.Needla S 3 -elig, do W B 3 Minders. Stkin C rtobl.ianii.do a h i.ihble.Grtss Vty rf H Brlnt,.do Q p*Wh*r do i?/; , J-? g, ,..,, (! ? X 11 Buoklnffhim a c ?v, H .s^ ! r"„ , ; a " UT. CnARLftS. S 5?l Ne L l, 9 /* rn mdn 3 E Mesa B VV RiehTdson, do Grmde Q H Delp.P.ill 'delpha G \ K,,H n d Oikland R 9 Robblns, 8 F A Pc .»ly Vh, 0 X Kownalar, Texas J A Sloui do J L Ore ut, S J >se A H , Schura .cher.wdd Mrs A Ad ima, H F Houston, l ex EA Burr, do F Olencross, L uic «str C R Robinson, do Rev a J Comntou J L Arm-trt.ng. Fresno W.vndbrldE* W G TWood. It ikerslld I> I Mfl> mlelAw Tbe JTReuu-mi, do Neediea W H Minder, Colton J Juhn*m, Pomona f M Springer, An thm r It MrCure, N pi J Harrigin, N i - J Egm, do Gentle Women Who wan) 2 lossy, ii viirinnt nnd wavy tresses of abundant, beautiful Hair must use I.YoN'S KATHAIRON. This i-legunt, cheap article a ways makes th • lluir grow freely and fiist, kt»i |w il front failint; (ml, arrests mid cum uray ness, WtW'l ilniidriiff and itching, make* Iho Hair strong, giving it a curling tend ney and keeping It in ■my desired position. Heau i If ul, healthy Hair la the sure result of naing Kathalron. NKW TO-DAY. i Good tea Takes taint From bad Green paint i i Pure tea, Dark brown, Cheers you np When down. i : That's true. Glre me Pure brown EOLA TEA. ; MOSGROVE 4 CO. I . THE ONLY CLOAK HOUSE! FALL OPENING! ON Monday, Oct. 13th, 1884, With a Most Magnificent Stock of the Uewsst and Latest Sfcjles FALL d WINTER WRAPS. HO SGROYE k CO., 21 S. SPRING ST., Adjoining Nadeau Block. OCI7 lv WANTED. To rent a sm ill house In vlclnltv of Porter Bros, a Co. Address J. D., Hikald office. It nn sale. Furniture, fixtures and Business of hotel it lNs ideni. En-)tiire ai Weh-ter s Motel, Pasadena. ocl? lw FOR SALE. A well furnished saloon, connected with a lo Iglng house and feed stihle. lv Ent Lo Angeles. In jnlre nt this office. oc7 lw WANTED. Immediately, a ffrst-clasi Barber. Stosdy joh. Apply at 104 Spring street. nct7 It ran sale. The furniture and lease ol 17 rooms The '•c t paying house lv the clly Room are •li lull of good paving roomers Che ip rem r esenl owner ..li'.iped n, go c .si on hu.lnen. Eii iiitre at rear door. No. 7 North Fori X Ste Andrew McParland, Regular Republican Candidate for Coroner of Los Angeles Co. oetTtd C. H. DUNSMOOR Is the Regular Regal.item Candidate for Cou.ity Clerk. oetTtd BEN. E. WARioT Of Faandena, Is the Regular Republican .Nominee for tha ofiiee of County Recorder. oclTut GEO. QEPHARuT 1. the Republican Nominee for County Treasurer of Lob Angeles County. cetJtd BAKER WANTED. One who understands Cake and Pastry Baking. Addreo r. O. Box »7. oct7 31 . . . . ■ NEW TO DAY. LOS ANGELES T I "V OI«I, l ■ i v Skating ltlnk) Third and Spring Streets, BAttnrrr, Bccixkt a Co., Propr i. MONDAY, OCTOBER 6fH, 1884, tmyfot otic week Tits (JURAT DraMaTl.' PICTIBI Entitled jlvTLfsS Or, The Lost Mine of Nersds. x + ■— ■ x CAST OP CHARACTERS' Nevnda (vi Insane uiiiu-rj Mr. W. C. Dudley Vermont(nicknamed "The Wrestling Deacon) ..Mr. Mirk Read Tom Caruu (hU first .iupe anmce here; Mr. W. It. Walters Dundy Dick (his first appe mince here) Virgil Haytip Maxey Sllts Steele (nn Advertising Yankee, wit It more "clieek" tti.au the most chr >u!c bonk 'igi.ut .. Mx. Geo. lialleek Yube (- hi ck miner nnd fnvortle with the boys, with lunxgi, b injn solos, etc. Mr. D in Lewis Jerden [the detective ploying niT*. high mi ifcei Mr X. Mnrt Slocum Wink Eye ("■ Child of theSuu.aMougo -11 vi with musictl Imituions. This geutlem vi is undoubtedly the great er Chinese imperson nor iv the Cultedstitei Mr. Fred Ituasell Mother Merton (a buxom widow and gcnl.il irieud of tbe unfortunate) Miss Mollle Williams Agues Falrl ('i Boston school ma'am in search of lier brother) . .. MissKirkle nungarford Moselle (nicknamed M Uss; amountafn pink—Hhuow (lower, with songs and d iiice>) MISS ANNIE RYNAR «tt\T~<ir uid Matinee every Siturdiy at 2 p. m. Admission 'i'jeeut.., matinee or ulght. cct7 tf Gcntlemcu desiring perfect fitting aud more durable and artUtlcslly made SHIRTS Can secure them by calling at DESMOND'S, No. 10j, opposite l\ 8. Hotel. Hals! Hats! Hats! All the latest styles just rocelved by DESMOND, Tha Lead ing- Hatter and Gent's Furnisher, Ra 103 Main St.. opposite V. 8. Hotel. oc7 lm Ladies' German Benevolent, Society The regular general meeting will take pi ice ou We.luesd iy. October a, 18*4 at 2 o'Cll ck p. M., at Turner mil. As m alters of import nice will come before this meeting, all member- ore reniiested to be present. MRS. C. JACOBY, Prest. MRS. H. MERZ, Secretary. It 60 Aores at $150 per Acre, One-half mile outsldo city limits. No supe rior luid ln the county for grapes or fruit. I'he price Is lust two thirds what any similar land cm he had for. r. H. BARCLAY, oc7 tf v Nadeau Block. Residence of Eight Rooms On Ninth street: lot 75 x 200 feet. A bargain at»BslM. F. H BARCLAY. oc7 tf y Nadeau Block. 6 Acres to 150 Aores, On Fair O iks Avenue, Pasadena, tn 5-year-old vines. I ho finest property for building pur poses in the C ilony. We will offer this prop erly at a special lurg-iln during this mouth. F. H. BARCLAY, oc7tf 9 Nadeau Block. Colony Lands. 3200 acres or less of the finest land ln South ern C iliiornl i: deep, rici toil, situation per ■ ,■ i. r thy in living stre .ms. 'Every ore r.p ible ot Ir rigation. Tills Imd lies at llu- fuse of the m mill ims and is ad t.ied to overs- fruit and nr.ln grown In the S: .to. it I.' offi-re lal about hill value. F. H. BARCLAY, oc7tf s Nideau Block. Tbe Time Has Come When heavier clothing of al! kinds is necessary. Before you make your purchases In GENTS' I.'NI'KK WE A R nnd HOSIERY, c ill and In spect my stock of new aud stylish 6ood j. r>. DBSMOIVS, The Leading Halter & Gents' Furnisher, No. 103 Miin St., opposite U. 8. Hotel. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Offlce No. 16 1 2 North Main Street, Hive the cheapest 200 acre tract In this Twelve, 20 or 50 acres In ouo tract which ls very cheap. Five o scro lots at (150 per acre only 4 miles from Pisii. A good business lot at only 17* per foot, rweuly lots iv Sisters of C v irity Tract; the chcipest clly lots. Two houses und lots In 3 iblcl.l Tr ict at IL* uuoeicn. il g. >od pieces of land in country which cm be trided for cily property. Also city properly which c in be traded for c inutry property. oc7 l«r STATE OF CALIFORNIA, |„ County or Los anoslbs.l 58 IN THE SJPERIOR COURT. In the m itter of the Estate of Anita F. Tru del, dccc ised. Notice of time for proving will, etc Notice la hereby given lhat Tuesday, the twenty Hrst .1 iy of October, IstH, at 10 o clock a. M. of a ild aiy, at the western court room of this Court, at the Court House of said c unity, in lm- c:ty of Los Angeles, couuty of Los AiieelCs, C .illnrnl i, has been appointed i.r hiarini; the iippliculon ot Georee il .south, pr.ying that a document now ou file in this C lurt, purporting to be Ihe last Will .ud ie-.t iment nf Anita F. I'r idel, dccc lied, 1.0 diiiitteil to Prolnte, and tiiat letters les- I'mont ry lie i —ue.i toereoli lo lilm. it which lime md place ill persons Interested tnerelu m y sppe .rind c ...test the .use. li.ted Los Angeles. C il., Oct. i.th, IHB4. A. W. Po.'iS, Counly C.erk. By E. H. Owes. Deputy. cc 7 tcca AUCTION On Thursday, Ootobsr 9, "84, \t 11 o'clock a. if., on the premises, 106Oilve street, comer of Second, W% Furniture of 7 Rooms, Consisting ol BEDSTEADS, MATTRASSEH, FEATHER PILLOWS, TABLES, CHAIRS, WASHSTANDS, CARPETS, ETC. All nearly new and ln good condition. Sale Positive and Without Kesorvc. The house will be open for inspection of goods on tnorulng ol sale. NOTES Sc FIELD, oc7St AUCTIONEERS. NEW FALL STYLES. We have Just rrct'lved mm* of the most elegrint and N->bby HATB and CAPS ever brought to this city, nnd tske pleasure ln nuking lusprrtlou of our roods and a com parison ol our prices, X>. X>X2»2stXO»rX>. FASHIONABLE HATTER, Next to Wells, Fargo A Co., Msln Ut. FOR SALC. Two hones snd sAlouble exprwss wngon H< r.tM »iid w p.. 11 In giH.d coudttlou. Cell st 7U Sautu Uiu street. oet7 lw House of Four Rooms to Let. luqutre ktt ing All><> ( .r st the prem ises, £tt J .ufttivitlu sit. Kent wllh water, fiu | per niottth. 007 i% NKW TODAY. NKW TO DAY. Tbe LeatUng Jewelry and Mnsic House Of Southern California. American Watches, Setli Tlioman Clocks, Steiiiwa... Wilier IMiino, Packard Organs. Nadeau Block, Corner of Spring and Firßt Streets, Los Angeles, Cal. octnf Lacy&Viereck Hardware Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Mi are, Stoyes ni Tinware. IMPORTERS OF BUILDERS' HARDWARE, MECHANICS' TOOLS, HOU3E FURNISHING GOODS, Wrought Iron Pipe, Tin Plata and Plumbers' Supplies. AGENTS FOR Burdett, Smith & Go's. Ranges and Heating Stoves, Jud son Ranges, Jennings' All China Water Closets, Akron, Sewer Pipe, Hoyt Babbit Metal, Gilbert Mortise Locks, Silver & Deming's Force and Lift Pumps and Davis Par lor Door Hangers. Manufacturer of Sheet Iron, Well and Water Pipe, Nos. 119 and 121 North Los Angeles St., California. oct7l m ■ One Mo re HI rite 1 prise THE FIRST JEWELRY MANUFACTORY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, OPENED BY THE LOS ANGELES JEWELRY STORE. No. 24 North Main Street. X*. Jfcflt. Wasnor. O- V*. Molirig. Factory 16 Rerjuena St .. Los Angeles, Oal. We call the Httentiou of Country Jeweler* in Southern California to the fact that we have opened a Jewelry Mauufaeii>ry In Los Angolc,, California, where we execute every thing in first class style that skill of hand and machinery cm do, at the lowest p-milblo price. All orders are promptly filled when ordered. We should be pleased to receive any kind of an order from the city or abroad. Our specialty is the manufacturing of flue Quart* Goods, Diamond Hcttlngs and Oold Chains. People will find it to their inter*'-,! to call on ns, aa we mean ex ictly what we say—nothing misrepresented in our live. We will give couutry Jewelers the benefit of our silver plated w ire as cheap a* they can get it in tne city of Sau Francisco, as we buy direct from the manufacturer and give you as large a discount as any one. We buy for cish aud sell for c ish low down, lv everybody's reach. Try our prices ou silverware—you will be astonished how low they are. Next Comes ths Assaying of Gold, Silvrr and Quartz Nuggets. We advauce any amount of mouey ou ORE OF GOLD OK SILVER sent to us for As saying, uud dnu t you forget It. You get al! your ore 1* worth in v due of U. H. gtfld coin. The head of this enterprise Is our reliable Jeweler, Mr. Wagner, who came to this city nearly three years ago, cominenclug iv smull Ntyle but advaucing lisp by step, and is now one of our prominent Jrwulera and Manufacturer-, ami M tnsjnri in Southern Callforuia- Ile only accomplished this througn honesty. Industry and Ittir dealing* with his custom era. All who know Mr. Wngner will find him correct in all hi> biu»tuess tr.tnsictioiw. He is an old experienced hand for the last thirty ye lm in the Wnlch and Jewelry business. Of his life in Los Augeles. Yon « ;.] find him m,.t»..rltiviu ill Inn- .ctloiis nml duiliius. Olir line ill Hold ami Silver W-.liolcs Is is 1 -irei- as any 111 Hie eov Yon will 111. 111 flue assorted stock In jewelry of all kinds, anil as low as It em lie sold. We don't say that we will sell at cost. Wecin'tdo tint, us we have to meet our expenses. We c ill the nt tention of our lady nnd geutlem in c istomers lo the fuel tli il in the liiture time and orders given to us will hive prompt nttenilon. Don t forget the Loa Angeles Jewelry Store, ... this is the only place in Southern California where Manuiiicluriug and Assaying Is done. We are respectfully yours, WAGNEII efc> MOliniG, J. B. WAGNER, Oeneral Manager. oct7lm No. 24 North M iln street. Factory No. In Requena St., Los Augeles, CiL STOVES FOR EVERYBODY. JB\ E. BROWN mem ■> His mi band a larsr Bto.-k of aLw, mil the latest patterns of HEA7INC m COWINCSTOVES, IJ RANGES, ETC., Range. Tin, Sheet Iron and Agate Ware. 44 Mouth Spring. Los angeles, 4'alifornln. oc? lm ~CLAPP BIROTHERS & CO., 30 Ai 32 NORTH SPRING ST" , MANUFACI URERS AND DEALKRS IN STOVES MANTELS, AGATE WARE, RANGES, GRATES, TINWARE. HEATING AND COOKING STOVES A SPECIALTY. HouaeFurnishing Goods in All Lines. LARD AND HONEY CAN 3 ALWAYS IN STOCK: WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Wagons and Agricultural Implements, Nails, Rope, Scales, Belting, Barbed Wire, Windmills, Etc., Etc., .->h, CO and «'! North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, Cal. P. W. KING, Mananer. Head Offirri 301 to Stitt HnrketSt . Los Angrles Agriiry. San Prauels.ro. oct7 lm LORD & FISHER, FINE STUCK, LOW PBICES. Boots and Shoes! SQUARE DEAL! ATTENTIVE SALEMEN. WE ASK YOU ALL TO CALL. 64 WO3ES.TTBC g«E*JsMagggf sjangMPMR SECOND-HAND STORE, 103 Allso St., Corner Alameda. The Highest Ctah Price psld lor aecond heud goods ol all descriptions. Furniture bought and told at lowest rates rraneh Dyeing a specialty, and satisfaction guaranteed. MAY da FLANIGA.N. esrtat OSCAR MACEY, Republican candidate for Supervisor, 2d DUtriot. Klectlon November 4th, IBM. ttoeond Supervliortnl Dlstrtot bounded M in Upper Utln streets aud Downey Ave nue on tn« west and elty limit* •aster!* THOM A. 3 FI IV H, ATTORN Ey-AT-LAW, KoeißS l snd 7 Powne* Block, corner Temple , I sad Msifi nuesu, Los Cal oc7lm | NKW ADVKKTISKMENTH. A. T I 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 p, 000 yards Dress Goods from sto 5o cents 5,000 yards of Brown and Bleached Muslin 6 cents and upward 5,000 yards of Summer Dress Goods Just Received. 1 6,000 pairs of Gloves from sc. to $1 a pair 6,750 pairs of Hose ior 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 Irom 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 Kdsinrrs from ... .2 to 40c. a yard • 10,000 Ladies' Hats, trimmed and untrimmed, from 25c. to $5. 1 ),000 Children's Hats from 10c. to $1. 6,000 Plumes and Tips from toe. to $1 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 an 1 Ladies and everything kept in a general variety store and prices are always cheaper than elsewhere. 'Jail at 239 Main Street. J. C. BRIGHT, T , T DR. A. W. BRINK ERHOFP'B SYSTEM OF KECTALTREATJCESTt nrt NEW— PAINLESS—SAFE—CURTAIN—AND PATENTED! n - V~, „ , over t00,,*.*. oMMATroiW—NOT ONE DEATBTT U El A 1 id I Wn.I,OIVESI,OOOFORANYCASEOF Prt.ES WE CAN'T CtTRE t no CURE, NO PAYTJ lIIHFDIT»«T< iiV«HHTI»\ tIfTTRI iii« t»i. ri.i r« ITU PARENT! IF not TOO LATE you CAN BE CURED! Come and tee us! Lame Back- Nervoue Prostration—ronalipallon-nlarrhce* Dlwawd Ktdnera. l iver, Slonark, Bladder— Heed Trouble—l.oae of Memory- I rlnnry anil Wiima Troaala— KloollnK<>rßoweW llTapepain, nil rranlc from IM'l.tHiaTlOX.aaa tall Kit plainly thatvou haw REI'TAI. I M'EK I Thoueandadle rrom It! Ceil. cured before too I.ATEt ohm i rtiiiisi FREE! t'barr«e Reaaaaabto. lux. o. cwjAR: smi rri. L D MILL. I'RO-OaWAX'* PATP.VrH. Bronte Hedel awarded br Am-ricin Inatltiite, New York, IS7». Has taken over two hu idrad I UJ h= r : 'X-A ' * I f M \ § —• fftMff \\m alnrr i -aSlalffl S S ■ "niS-J*** t S 1 ■ - - MlliM p STEARNS n'fn vu , K< rintili vi 1 «i hhvcb Nlrh. F*n T QRY AT THE COR. OF DATE AND CHAVEZ STS , LOS ANGELES. TO ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS/ H We dmir? to emit your attention to thu L, - 2 Mies Patent Mortice Lock, UJ H STRONGEST, MOST DURABLE tr aßflHoftaH O MOttTICE LOCK IN USE ft X BmH _ taMtieea el no keyhole Qa PI » r t" 1 " 'eatened with 1 aaaßM " ! ,lv ».tiiabl.te become looaa- least, it v THK u'i sT MtIKTICr; L K'K IN fSK OeU and eiana u OB rown &Mathews Z I mmmlMmmat j amm *21 AND 23 NORTH SPRINC STREET, aarPeatere in BulMera" Hardware and Agricultural lm jmff ..lee-.-.., W»t« »■ H. T. HOLLINGSWORTH, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. Having p<ue)ia«rxl trom ..il** Kr<*. A O. th>- entire stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, MtV< Now at the Corner ort'oiirt ami S|»rliiB Streets, W.lloff.r the aaaae at mc«« LOWER THAN THE LOWEST. I make a Specialty ol Flue Watch Repairing, Meutecturtjig ot Jewelry* Kaaraeiaj H. T. MOLLIWQ'WOHTrI. DANCING SCHOOlT"" I J. w. KUL.L.BR. Practical Watchmaker * Jewlar. Via. ». J Fraad. wl.San to Inform 'ia» patnll. tie Sarin' VaiaHt. "pooaM tea Ilea Haaaa. tha* aba b.a relunwl Iroia "an >r.aetaaV a aa «, ~ i«l -tn- tio.. <!.. a ta tea aa* etaVart -Ulrapenam aH.ii. aebool. Sataraaa. Oe»». wa k. VI wo«> will raaHae aad aaleewl bar Ith, in tka Utaa.l Opara Ueuat UulUln. Hill aß'ntlei aaliaiaatHia alwayi flraa aaal roWvna atUer. a. aMe-lea [taiawaaai HUM NO. 32.