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DAILY HKBALH. 8lnicl« Ooplew of th« Ueriald. 6 Cent* H«r*ld Mtwim Printing Houm, The lIKRAMi Hiram Prlutlfiß llou« In not Miir|>4i>M.d l.) t .n ; . piiNMi mri- ..11 th.- J'ariflr Ciw-t -Hil-ldf ->f Hah rraurlM-o, In Urilltlr* for doing J"'. work. 1-ow iirlm, giNMI work Hud i-xi riitioii may hi- relied u ( H>n ni thT« NHM The llßHAl.li-ifllf't' i" i-otiiHX'twl with the tvlrphotir of I/.s Angi-h-g rlt> at»«1 rouiity iirdi-r* f r ttdvt-rfUi inriiS ..r jot. work mt) lie nriii throimlt thl« tnrdluin to niimhcr rA Tlio lira ami lb llieofflrtnl MM of tin- elty df ]*!>* Angeles. Tha city ilflfh |U. tn tux lists and all oilier ntMleipßl DOtlo«J Rl>l>enr only lv ltn rnliimtia Mr. H. N. Kowe lathe Hinta Ana ag. nl of the Herald GROVE X CLEVELAND, Of New York THOS. A. HENDRICKS, of 1m11.n.. gOB I'UKSIIiKM I At. F.I.KCIOItK KLRITim.. ALTR*NATKK. I 11 AS K11KI.KI!, THOMAH II I.AISK. ..I It.rrauelMd; nl Hmt.ri.rn. C. I", HKItltV. 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I ~,„ , OR II NAIIF.AII Knr Pabllr AdnlnMrata* M. r rin i.Kit lull ASHKWIH.VMKN ily until lllmrlrt AllllolT KINNI V Hin ; „ v..|illi Ul.lrld » F, IIF.A I OMAN Krahti iTrhib dWioi w j maktin Flr.l lll.lrln II HriIKSIII.F.V Hi-niliil Ohlrlrl JOHN V MwllAN Tlilr.l Kl-.trl.-l F. It. IIAV F.iiinli Kistn.t QUO HIM'H riftH Mitrtci JaOOB itorts en, in.tin, 1 q, KoaoAM TowuArjl Jn.tlr-,. It. A. I.INO wm sTotßMta, joiin w HBirrtN Our New Dress. The llkltAl.li greets its many read ers to-day in an entirely new ib-ess, procured from the well-known and en terprising firm of Palmer A Key. We Mhall spare no effort in the future to see that this journal responds to the needs of the hour. Its course has ul ways been progressive and in the van of Southern California journalism, and we shall see to il that the record of tbe past shall be not only equaled but surpassed. On th -casion of the ele,. nth anniversary of tlie llkr ai, 0, the other day, we gave n brief history of the paper, and we thus feel disiiciiHcd from extended comment now. Sullice it to say that it is highly piosperoiis, thai its news facilities now include the whole service ofthe West ern Associated Press and thill itscn- CQlatlon is rising daily, like a cork in water. Sublimated Cheek. our esteemed contemporary, the Han Francisco rhrunicle, has started in to traverse the damaging arraign ment* of its party on the ground of long continued mid phenomena! cor ruptions made hy the Ileinocraticcan didate for Vice-President. It docs this just about the lime a Itepuhlican administration has failed tn convict Republican Star Houtc thieves who haVe confessedly stolen four million dollars of the people's money, while this same Republican admiiiiHtration bus doled oat |ts7,fjo6 in fees to its lawyer cronies as counsel in those cases for doing the work which Iteau Hrewester was paid to do. It Is not ashamed to do this notwithstanding th«long record of malversation and peculation which was illustrated by such ■bining exemplars of Republican honeslv as Belknap, Koheson, Bohh Heaping and other worthies whom Grant shielded from the disagreeable clangor of closing penitentiary doom. Thla remarkable aucoeaaion of Repub lican transgressions, many of which Were minutely detailed in the I'hnmi c/r, ought, one would think, to have BCtailed it from its hrn/.en course. Nevertheless, in its issue m (1,1 (th, it says: A morning uoHtemporary of the Delnocratic persuasion has of late had a good deal to say, in a loose and vague way, about Republican extrav agance iv connection with the navy, and, with great impudence, consider ing the source, imitates the old rebel sympathizer, Hendricks, in a demand for n show Of the Federal hooks. The hroud intimation is that Hoioehoily hits been keeping false and fraudulent accounts and that a pari of the reve nues lias been diverted to the private use of officials, The proper answer to all such demagogic insinuations is thai, ever since the year IH7">, with the exception of two yearn, the lower branch of Oongrees has been con trolled by the Democrats; that this House luiHHtnuding committees,whose business it is to investigate the expen ditures of all the Federal departments; that the majority of each of these committees has, with the exception of two years, been DatotOCratic for the last nine years, and that in all their most elaborate and fussy Investiga tions in all these years they have dis covered nothing on the part of any one ol these heads of departments to call for his impeachment, or on tbe part oi any siihonlinate that has war ranted a charge of larceny or pecula tion to call for bin removal or prose cution. No one knows better than this wri ter in the Vhrmielt how hard it is for a committee of Congresa lo find Out tho phort-cominga ol a department. Kntrenehe.l behind their ledgers, which they have deftly lilled with false entries, tin, truth about Republi can oßclala can only he found out when if is their Interest loturn Htato's evidence, and that can only be when the iN'iitoi'rats or or sonic other con testing party shall gel into power. As a case in iHiiitt, take that of the lute Republican Harbor Commissioner* ami the romiuissioncr of [mmigra tion, liuiiker. in this Stale. Every thing was lovely until we elected an honest Democratic Controller, in tlie IsTson of Mr. Ihinn. From the BtO nieni that uglllal pit control of the books defalcation after defnlcation was discovered, livery department of the faafet gpivwiiaanit, bvdudiag the Han Quentin prison, was found to be reek ing with corruption, (In the MnaaJfJh al the diaoorerie* made poaalble when I I icmocnitic Hoard of Harbor ( oin miasionerx tisik bold, the Itepuhlican Seen'tnry of the Harbor t'omtuisHion is now iv the penitentiary as the re- Hull of a verdict of Ids peers, one of the t 'oiiiiniHsionerH committed Suicide, while Hunker sitn on his swag and laiilfhs at justice, shieldini.' himself behind a techniculity from making restitution to the Htate. Who is vii sophisticated enough to believe that the |ieople would ever have got a hint of these enormities if the Democracy had not tooled the is cnpunts of lhe State oltlces out of power. As a mat ter of fa<t, Shite Controller Istnn is now bu»v sending paatal cHrds lo the old Itepublicnn ollicials informing them of the amounts ol their several delin.picncies. The truth is thill the ai'trumi'iils of Mr. Ilsxllll II are unanswerable, mid he feat, put his hand on the very gov ernor of Ihe national machine iv mak ing a demand, as one of the tribunes of the people, for an account render mid an inspection of the lusiks Such an inspection would undoubtedly re tail ill supplementing Ihe present un precedented disclosures ol corruption hy others of appallinii rnafTlltade That thn galled jade winces is shown by the mulignilv with which the bat teries of the Republican rtewepapeM an- being directed against .Mr. Ilcml ricks. We also IM lhe follow inn choice mnrccuii in Hie same issue ol our San Krancisco ronternjjorary from which we took the (uiatiangi The question is not wluit may be.or «iiii might might have been, hut what is nnd lias been done. Il is a notorioo* fad that the Treatttry bus lusl less by a very Inrire |*T cent since I si,l in nroportion to the revenues and e.xpeiidiliues, than during any other series of year* from President Wash ington to President Arthur. We should he tempted to prm nr.' the foregoing the merest "rot" www wi' nut afraid of being Offensive, Thin ktadal ridiculous ttAt Hint MM in encountered in stitrty Republican newspaper WS I'il-k up. These false Indactlpni Mid figures we taken from n pamphlet published by Mr McHver son, Secretary of tha Republican Na tional Committee, iinil Mr. I'mm, nw oi the Assistant HwßgjhirlM of the Treasury. The speech delivered in Washington rity oo the 12th ot Sep tember by Congressman Post nim plctrly annihilates this mass of ie fastvs rubbish, lly his analysis it is hliiium Unit even taring th* present adminiMrMioii- certainly tin' must fa vorable llntt could be selected Mince Lincoln's the defalcations among public official! have itmonntcil to flfioHfißkXVl, Instead ol ».',,:wi.00, a* ccrlilicd lo by Keeere. Mcl'herson itml I loon ; and this Htutcmcnt, being luihcil nn tho certificates of the First Comp troller of the Treasury, rimnnl lie .lis pntcil. Congressman l'trnt very prop erly includes furihcr among»he stolen sums which lie cites the amounts of the Hliir route frauds Md Hie Rurn side, Morgan, I'nitod States Marshal Hull mill Naval Meiiicai Bureau (rand* and defalcation*, making in all the sum of t\'i,oo4,HOO.'.'7 Itofon during the present administration, or nearly one thousand times the it mil set down hy MiThersun c; Coon. There is a little history connected with all these figures which is not un interesting. On February 0, 1576, a resolution introduced ill the I'nitcd Stales Semite hy Senulur Mavis, of West Virginia, and referred to the Committee on Finance, wee brought up hy Senator Hherman, who, under the direction of. thai committee, re ported it hack with a substitute. The original resolution culled for an inves tigatioii of "the hooks and accounts of the Treasury Department, with refer ence io discrepancies and Alteration* in amount! and figure* thai have been made tn them," with a view to ihow the cuslonuuy practice of making false entries, forced footings and balance*, which has been chained againit Hint department. The substitute reported by Senator Sherman directed the Sec rotary of (he Treasury lo furnish lo the Senate a statement of "balance* due tv the I'nitcd Slates from ptlhlie ollicerH. nnd all Hiich halunces due from other parlies no longer in the puhlic service, etc., and in this guise the suhstitutc passed. I in this foun dation a table was prepared contain ing substantially. so far us it went , the matciiul out of which the present McPherson Coon statement lias been made. This table, which showed the situa tion from the Republican standpoint toJttneiO, Bffi, was employed as a rja&pafgh. document in the Presiden tial election of that year. In ISHO the alleged comparisons instituted were extended to June 80, 1879, and were widely disseminated for campaign uses in the Republican interest during the Garfield campaign. This year the same Interesting aggregate of false de ductions from delusive premises is made to do service in the interest of James G. bhiine, of Maine. but tbe incisive and unanswerable snowing of Congressman Post turns the Republican missile into a boom erang. The McPherson Coon state ment Showed an BtlefSo' loss to Ihe Dnited States from lhe commolice- soent of Washington's inlminislration down lo 1861 of 184,441,830.32, all by defalcation of public ollicers, and ex tending over a |vriod of seventy-two years. The statement of Congressman Post, based on the report* of the So licitor of the Treasury, and covering twenty-three years of Republican ad ministration, exhibits a grand total of sums stolen from the United Statesby puhlic oiiicers amounting t0fj46,557, --1iL'0.27. It is a Significant incident in the construction of ihe ingenious table of disbursements and losses of IS7II that the* • are set down its "ex elusive of the PuStOfflce, Which receives and dis burses iti own revenue." When it is remembered that this exclusion was made in the last year ol lhe Hayes administration a reference to "star route frauds" imiv not be inappropri* ate. In considcrinir the enormous amount of the stealings under the Republican administration of the United States government, and partteahuiy those of recent years. it should !»• remembered that tbe vast revenue* of the govern melit, with freiiuelitly a heavy surplus in the Treasury, would naturally sug gest and oiler facilities for wholesale robbery. but stealings at the rate of twomuHons a year, added to waste fulness—as in tbe Navy Department— amounting In the aggregate to mam mon, millions, should hardly Ik' jht mltted to continue. It would he well for onr esteemed San Francisco contemporary to pon der these facts and ligures before writing so wildly. I\ no imped is Hie arMllrable local tnii.-t prenenlM !>>' tlie lataaocratic County Convaatiaa sironiicr tlum in the lioliiini.es for SujH-riiir .llirljri's. The renomination of JnAaa Henry M. Siuiih followad ns 11 reHjMinse to an overwhelmlugpopularrlemand. I>nr ini? lux ahort .itr..,.r on the bfaotl imium Bmith ims ealUbUad ■ Uaj or der of ability, a apu-it of l«l»r inula courtesy to tlie bar whiel, liave pi torteil universal recognition. Firm and yet conciliatory. Ham is no line of pol't'' - " in leneral popolarity of •oryo*m(Sonerior J«l|re White Mr. BroiiHMeau. the oilier BOQimee, Ims not, we lielieve, lit*. 1 any experience mi the bench, ha Ints ahown himeelf to lie a lawyer of iMfajg and even brilUaal i|tlulifieations, a srliolar anil His Hervii-esinthe Board of Kill ii nt ion are well known anil were hiiihlv valuable. He will replace on the bench the Hon. Volney B. 1f..« ard, whose voluntary retirement from apoeltiou which be Inmieil so mach will he learned with rerrret by hi* ten* of thousands of friemlH, not only in Soul hern ( alifornia, hut all over lhe HUte. LOS ANGELES DAILY TIKHALI). TVKSDAY MOIiXIN'ii, OC'TOHEH t, 1884. KKW TO DAY.' NKW TO-DAY j We are Still at the Old Stand! The nuccess of the past year has inspired us witli "Teat confidence for the future. We are justly prowl ot our success, and will continue our efforts to merit the confidence and patronage of the public. OVA 8I1001VI) ANNUAL GRAND OPENING, With tlie choicest assortment of Tailor-made fine garments —equal to custom made —in the Late Hi Approved Styles —will commence on SATURDAY, 27TH INST. We iii. in all to a critical examination of the Stylet, Fit, Trimming and Making of our Suits. The particular attention of parents is culled to our largeand varied slock of Hoys' ailll t'hlldreh's Suits. Kemember, you lake no chances at the Boston One Price Clothing House, 13 NADEAU BLOCK. dealing is the rule. One price to all. Money refunded if purchase is notsatisiactory. .epMsi,! The Election Returns! Prom tho Best regulated families in Los Angeles and vicinity show a decided majority for H. Jevne, the popular grocer, at Nos. 38 and 40 North Spring St. His store is now double the size of former ly and a complete and separate Order Depart ment has been added, where orders wlil be put up with a neatness and dispatch such as his former cramped quarters would not per mit. Economical housekeepers are particularly invited to examine our stock and prices. Courteous Treatment, Good Hoods, Lowest Prices, Are the rules at H. JEVNE'S Popular Grocery House! 38 & 40 SPRING STREET. U— JUST WHAT YOU ALL WANT! If you knew the excellence of E. B. MILLAR & COS. PENANQ SPICES, FLAVORING EXTRACTS 1 BAKING POWDER, Etc., etc., much annoyance would be done away with, for they are WHOLLY FREE FROM ADULTERATION, And will produce the best possible results in cookery. Samples of BAKING POWDER, Together with their circular, ''Housekeepers' List of Fine Spices and Aids to Good Cookery," are being distributed in the city, giving an opportunity to test the superior quality. wpaia, LITTLES CHEMICAL FLUID, The HheeplMn \«n roiNonuimrtnit IMslnfcctant Rent in uk for Scat, in She*p ami Fly-blo* in Buck*, and Calve* and of groat curative pom «■ tm for stisuk of all kloda—oollarantt mikllr trallp in horsaa, murrife and hoof <li*miieM; kills chicken lice. lice or akin <tirw«a« in hoy.., rhtvU diwiniponitton, dcotoritea Impure air In liven tUthle*;. LITTLE'S SOLUBLE PHENYLE. taMMiipiKy in orchard!, or vine. v»rds; Kuarant««l to cura finale or cutworm without injury to growth; in non-ourm-iivc. and i«r*«t when mixed with oold wator. Try it once. AH that ia aoltl ia Ktiarantced tv ac<-omuliah ittt ohject Direction with srsry can. Call on or addroc*, SUTHERLAND HUTTON, P. O. Box 197. J«*2 Room i, Uuconimun Block I n- Angelea, Cala, W. WESTERNHAQEn/ H.BCHIMMEL H. SCHIMMEL & CO., BOOTS & SHOES, 25 South Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. Agents for the Pacific Coast for Wetteman, Rost & Co's hand and machine sewed fine men's Boots aud Shoes, Mpi7 NKW TO-DAY. JVEW TO-DAY. THE EVER ACTING AND mm AM OFTHE People's Store AT LAST RESUTLS In a Quadruple Overstock of Fall and Winter Goods! It wan an unexpected to us aa it id no doubt to you that a house abouM com money to slaughter jjoihlb beforo they ure unpacked or placed in stock and es pecially wbtui that stock coHaUts of tbe Latest and Most Elegant Novelties That c 111 be purchased in tha Wgeat coniinercial|ccnters of the country, OUR ORDERING DEPARTMENT And our buyers iv New York and Hau Francisco arc slightly at sea witb each other. X toft one bus piirolianed double tbe ijuantity ordered, aud we bave a sur plus stock of three times tbe amount of our intended orders for Fall and Winter trade. How it oomM we do not know, uuk-ss the former duplicated their orders to our respective buyers. Bat that is neither here nor there, the goods are here and coming, ami must be disposed of in some manner. We will start right in and Slaughter tbe Whole Outfit! Anil let it go for what it will bring. It i. a pity but cannot be helped. Our labors for this season will be devoted to the accomplishment of a task almost super human and the prices of our new g.ioils will be scandalojely low. Raiu slares where fortune should smile. The sale of these elegant goods will Commence MONDAY, the 6th inst., at 10 a. m., without reserve. We can assure our patrons that both in quantity, quality, price, exquisiteness of pattern and fabric our Pall importations exceed any of our previous attempts. We simply ask an inspection. People s Store. N. B. Country orders receive prompt attention. Illus trated Catalogues mailed free upon application. Important Information TO PARENTS AND PUPILS OF THE Los Angeles Public Schools. The contract made between the Hoard of Eilncatien of Lou Angel.s City and the Publishers of Mctiuffey Readers reads as follows: "Any Pupil having a reader of any grade or kind, whether in use or not, can obtain the Book de sired for use by the payment of the FACliange Priec oi the book desired for use in the school." This very remarkable cnnlraet speaks well for the action of onr Board of Educa tion, ns it will tava the Public a large amount of money iv tho buying of new readers for this term. We have been appointed Agent, by the Publisher for the Kxchaoge of the McGuffey Readers, and tbe following Exchange Prices will be Strictly Maintained: Mcl.uffey'a First Reader 10 cents I Mcfluflby's Second Reader 15 centa McGnffcy. Third Reader 25 cents | McGuffey's Fourth Reader :«) centa Mclisff-y's Fifth Reader 35 centa. The following Text books will also be sold at Exchange Prioes : Reed's Word Lessons (In ex. for an old Swinton Word Book or Analysis! 10 cts Maury's Physical Qeography, revised (in exohange for the old edition) 75 eta »TTbe Public will do well to remember these prices. In obtaining the book* at Exchange Pi ices, children most of course bring us their old books back. All other School Hooks and School Supplies at Lowest Prices. PHIL. HIRSCHFELD & CO., sop24-lm Booksellers an 1 Stationer., 215 North Main Street, llowney Block. CLEARANCE SALE Furniture, Carpets, Etc. t<» titter Extra To sell our prsent stock to make room for our fall goods. Thi. is nn advertising dodge-we mean what we say. .Satisfaction guaranteed. Au invitation ex tended to all. ALLEN & THOMSON, *ept2 »* SOUTH SPRING ST.. LOS ANGELES. O O JL- Xa , WOOD, HAY AND CHARCOAL. HOLMEB & SCOTT 107 S. Sprins Street. mo Abernethy Sc Co. Have Just Received Expressly for the FALL T RADS A Complete Line of Clothing, Underwear, HATS, CAPS, ETC., FOR GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN AT Tit North Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. ,•.**( Just Received fronStbe Exhibition in San Francisco: It.eutlful I'prighland Square rta.no* and ele gant Parlor Organ*; alao an 1 prlglit PISSS which hu been In nee a lew « eka. ,*>■•» lea ■»••■« BS !►••*»*» .BUeL MISS L. J. HAMMOND ll** lull returned Irom Sen rranelaeo. after en absence of three wmki, bringing with her a Urge Mock ol Millinery Uoode In »H tho hUn »t> lu*and no > eltie., at remarkably low erloe., "Vepao'lrn" 10 ™' Ms. »•». HprlwuMl. | NEW TO-DAY. • NEW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY. CITY OF PARIS, OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, W&fl sYiflsV 105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, jKp|MK Grand Opaniag! Fall and Wintsr, 1884. LATEST PARISIAN STYLES, MAGNIFICENT GOODS. Beautiful Patterns anil Unequaled Low Prices. Our enormous stork of Drew Goods, Silks snd Velvets has arrived and will he displayed MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1884. Lad ii)* In the city and the surroui.diiiK country am moat cordia.lv united to call and liupuct this mailt Duautitul and Complete Stuck. Nothing like it in South ern California. IN STYLES, QUANTITY, QUALITY & UNIFORM LOW PRICES WE LEAD. Goods Marked In Plain Figures. "One Price" STERN, CAHN & LOEB. SALEF BRFORR KEMOVIaiU I\TO OI'R STORK, aa-os. 13 AWTD IS NORTH SPRXWCI STHBIIT, WE OFFER AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES SO Extra Fine Walnut and Mahogany Bed Boom Sets. 75 Medium Fine Walnut and Ash Bed Boom Sets. 135 Low Priced Walnut, Cherry and Ash Bed Boom Seta. We Have also made Great Reductions on Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Mattings, eto. sa'Do not fail to call os us before purchasing. O. T. BARKER & SONS, septstf 834 nnd 3«« North Main street. Sear Plea House. EDUCATIONAL, Sierra Madre College, A Christian College for Young Gentlemen and Ladies, FASADBIVA. Preparatory antl Collegiate Counts, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Painting and Drawing, Expense* moderate. Fall Term Opens Wednesday, Sep tember 17th. Address J. W. HKAI.V, I). D., President, anglS 7w So. Pasadena, Cal. Business College I 810 X. Jlnln Ht near Pico House, LO3 ANGELES, CAL. F. C. WOODBURY, Proprietor, and Manager o! Heald's Business College, San Francisco, (or the past seventeen years, has opened a FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS COLLEGE Where Young Men and Ladle* can acquire a Thorough, Practical Business Edu cation For particulars address F. C. WOODBURY 4 CO., JelOtf P. O. Box 15&7, Loa Angeles, Cal. E PASSA, TEACHER. Professor of FRENCH. Graduate of the Unl. vcrsity ot Vat in. Schools and private lesson*. No. 100 ALISO BTRK.ET, Los Angeles. BUg22tf _____ PIANOFORTE MUSIC TEACHERS. Mrs. and Miss Deters! will give lessons on the Piano at their resideoc*. 37 Daly street, Kast Los Angule-. or at the residence of pupil*. Address through tho Poatofltee box IHO, or bj personal application at residence. sepSß-Im PORTRAIT PAIRTIHG. Mr*. E. Espina, reoently from Europe, has opened a Studio at 515 W. Fifth sfeet. w here she is prepared to make Portraits either in Oil or Crayu. lessons gireu In all bran, h. s <•! the art. Terms reasonable. »eptl2 lv MIB3 BUCKLE, Teacher of Singing, (ITALIAN METHOD.) ocU-lw 110 BouihM»in Sltiat. MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE. Loa Anoklkh, Sept. 25, 1884. In conformity with a recommendation ofthe California State Hank Commis sion, and tbe farther action of the San Francisco Associated Hanks, we, the undersigned, do hereby mutually agree and pledge ourselves, each to the oth ers, that we will discontinue ami refuse all current over drafts from and after October Ist, next. FtRNiKH' k MkrciuxiV Bank, of Loa Angeles. First National Bank, of Los Angeles. L«« Anoklkh Coi htt Baku. Los Asoixu National Bank. (Times copy) s_p_7 lm Petition in Insolvency. In the Bupcrior Cnttrt of Los Angeles County, State of California. In the matter of Alfred James and Walter James, c opart nets doing bust nt as under the Arm name and at) le of A. James ft Bro Alfred James and Walter James, copartner* 1 Atting hoainess under the Arm name and styleo A. James ft Bro., having filed in thu Court their petition, schedules and inwrntoiUrs iv insolvency i,i which It appears that they are ln«,licnt debtors, the said Alfred James ami Walter James, copartners as aforesaid, are hereby de fllared to be insolvent. The Sheriff of the County ft Los Angeles is hereby directed t« take possesion of all the sa ute, real and personal, of said Alfred James and Walter James and of the copartnership of A. James ft Bro., debtors, except such as may t>e by law exempt from execution, am) of all deed-, vouchers, books of account atid papers belong ing to said Alfred James and Walter James and A James and Bro , or eith< r or sll of thtm.and to keep the same safely until the appointment of an assignee of their estates. All persons are ferhidden to pay any debts to the said Insolvents or either nf them, or to de liver any protiertv belonging to them or either of themor to any person, Attn or corporation of association fur their or either of their use. The said debtors are hereby forbidden to transfer or deliver any property until ths further orderof this fourf, *vept as herein ordered, It is further ordered that all the creditors of sat.l debtors, or either of them, or of the co partnership ol A. James ft Bro., lw and appear More the Honorable V. E. Howard, Jud.re of the Hup. rior Court ol the County of Los Ait_ K eles, in open Court, st the Court room of said Court in the City and County of Los Angeles, on The Sth «ih> ot November. IHH4, At 10 'clock A. M. of that day, to prove their debts antl to choose one or more assignees of the estates ol said debtors. , , , I It is furtbur ordered that the nrdel - ho pun of general [j _ city ESleountv of Los Angeles, as often as the Jtid pai»er is published before the said day set for the meeting of the creditors H is further ordered that, «» the mess time, all proceedings against the said insolvents be stayed. Dated October ft, UJ- RM ITH, Judge of Huperlor Court. In.-knell \ White, attorneys for petltoners. Drs. (<* A Frank Htcvcns, DBWTIBTS.) ■est *e>t of Teeth, SJS). Lear* Impre* aton lor teeth In the morning, can ha>e them name day. Teeth without a plate. Fln« filling* a apccialty. All operation* guaranteed. Koomfl 1 18 and lv Schnmacher liluok.eppoiile I' O mtlltl XZO! FOR -C__a CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE! We are Now Offering Greater Inducements Than Iver All over the house go as to make room for our Fall and Winter Goods Now on the way. Remember our Motto at all times being QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS! CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE, 71 N. SPRING STREET, Opposite the Court House. mm PALACE OF FASHION. TO TUP. I. A 111 F.M : I «U) tell regardless or rait for the next Mdaysthe following articles- LAdlea' and Children* Underwear, Ladles' end Children* Bui*., Ladles' and Children* Hosier}-, Ladies' and Children's Wrapper*. Ladles' and Children's Calico Suits, Ladin' and Children's Worstee Sulla, Lad in and Children's Cashmere Suits. Ladles' and Children* Silt Soils, Ladles' and Children * whits Suits. Ladles' and CVldrea * white wraps*ri, La-tics' Linen bmters. Ladies' Mohair Dorter*. Ladies' apron*. shawls, dolman*, cloaks. LAdlss' handsome trimmed skirt* in all colors and alecs. In callci, gingham*. lawus, delaine*, worsted, caahmere, ladles' cloth, satin and .Ilk. all th* way In.ni Ii cent* lo J7:.. Also a large assortment ol fancy goods. My stminery IMarkas4«<si U be seen to be appreciated, a* it has bean Relectcd with care by- an experienced SSllnawr. Is lanaj to my Dressmaking Department, I wish to state to th. ladles of Lo* Angeles .ad vloinilyla*ll us now prepared to ml all order* at th> shortest notice. A* to toy work and fitting, I en. atfsly *UU without fear of eontr.dietlon. or otherwise t could not expect to retain or Increase a*e<.sienMve trade. My price-* are Intended to be lower than those offered by my eharpsst competitor* In Les Angclr*or anywhere Call at KM %. W.ll* IS*., under St, klroo Hotel octl ltu 11. 11. MARKIIAM President. E. I> JOHNSON. .Miliary it H. BR l DLEY, Vlce-l'jeeldent. <J T ST A MM, Treasurer Incorporates loioit I, IMWS-f'apltal. SIM.OOS). LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO., BUCOEBSOR3 TO DOTTER & BRADLEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, Wall Paper, Decorations, Etc., 259, m North Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal., (OPPOSITE BAKER BLOCK,) Are Constantly receiving Haw Goods, and, on account of convenience ln handling and having bought at reduced orlces, they axe SELLING LOWER THAN EVER. _\\ 31 NORTH MAIN ST. i\tjt m \\\ (BlaSsmm ,rom th " lo en tire gjioran HaSrß' 1 ' tml " f nX-M-m- Dlfl Artificial Teeth Inserted oa ruhhwi celluloid, K"tt» silver .nil gold! for health j, p r ,r. f.rnlile. PAINLEBB EXTRACTION. DR. SMITH has recently iuvonleil and constructed an improrad apparatus that will, in oae second, make Ihe moat aching teeth and tbe moat painful gums a* inaenalbl. as a atone. Tbia makes teeth extracting in all cues—children and adults—ahaolntely palnlesa and harmlee*. jy2Std GREAT £ BARGAINS: FOR 30 DAYS ONLY, COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, THE 26TH INSTANT. I have just received an iininenae consignment nf die celebrated H ANN AN * KON.H hand and machine made BOOTS «SE SHOES. To make room (or Ibeae good* I will bars to >acriHoe tlO.OOO worth at a> low prioe. I'hs superior quality of my goods are well known to everybody aaoV out they go if they will not bring tint coat. »■<» A. SB. MODOIVAjt.X>, sepZS lm No. 46 North Spring Street, "aasCTB eSBk. aRBa ""SafjVAVafafW S.NB -asLl*fc» ■ ™i^^L.«ljKE.s, 113 N. SPRING BTEBT, Has just moved into hi* now quarters snd received a large and fashionable *to*k oT OXjOTKB AHTD O A fm-r iwririw.-srifaj Which he i. prepared to furnish in *ult> to hi* patron* with his usual prompti tude. His PRICKS ARC AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.