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VOL. XXII. NEWS OF THE WORLD. The Eve of Battle in the Buckeye Htate. THE FRENCH LOSE A BATTLE. Blame and Hendricks Get Close to iretlier in Ohio—Minlnir Sharks Brought to Time—Attempt to Wreck a Train— Cli-vt'laiid Mtaf to New York. Special lo the Herald by the Aitortatcd Pmt. 1 Ccncinmati, Oct. 18.—Detective ltathbone, of the United States Secret Service, to night arretted twelve men on a charge of conspiring to u«e fraud at the election. The men are all while. They nay that they come here under direction of the Chief of Police of Lexington. Kl., to apot colored repeaters from that place. Their railroad ticket! were provided by the Mayor of Lexington anil were good to return till Wednesday morning Their board bill was also paid up to that time. More arrest* are expected to-night, and United States Commissioner Harper will probably remain to hear oases all nlglit Lite to-iilghtsix U. S. Deputy Marshals were arrested by the police and Aye of them were locked up at the Hammond street station, while the sixth waa merely held on suspl clou. Two of these men were srre.l,.<i nn Front street and other four on Sixth street. Both of these places arc knowu as negro resorts and the marshals claim that they were searching for "repeaters " Ke volvers were found on ail of the parly hut one, and they were taken to the station and locked up. Shortly after one o'clock, United Htates Marshall Lot Wright, appeared at the station and demanded of the officer In charge the release of all prisoners, the surrender of their weapons and possession of the warrant, which had been taken away from the deputies when arrested. All uf this was refused. U. S. Marshal Lot Wright and secret service officer Kathbone, armed with a warrant from the United States Court, proceeded In com pany wltb four deputy United States Mar shsls to Hammond street police station al 1:30 this morning for the arrest of the three Cilicemen who arrested the United Ststos annals. The United States Marshals arriving at Ham mond street police station found that the six arrested deputies had beeu let out out of their cells and released, aud that the three policemen for whom they had warrants were concealed. The Marshals are now seeking the three policemen to serve the warrants on them. A BATTLE IS CHINA. Tbe r'rr.irh Sailer a HJl.nstr.aa Delrat. London, Oct. 13.—A correspondent of the Tlmt* telegraphs news confirming the de feat of Admiral Lespes and the French fleet mtTamSul. The Chinese by hiding In the brushwood suffered some six hundred oi the French force to land and come within easy range of their guns before they ap peared. The Chinese General Tso then led an attack upon the rear of the French and the troops became panic stricken The Chinese killed seventy inert and captured one gun. They also beheaded twenty two French corpses but desisted from the horri ble work upon a protest irom the British Consul. Tne Chinese loss ls two hundred killed and wounded. The fighting lasted five hours, at the end of which time the French retired to their ships. HI.A AND HMMill'Ks. They are la < Inee Pr.xltallr la Oalo. CoMndHff, 0., Oct. 13-Mr. Blame left Lancaster )nst a little after 9 for Toledo, via Columhns. Just as he started, the train go ing down the Hocking Valley carrying Mr. Hendricks, the Democratic candidate for Vice-President, arrived at Lancaster. The crowd at the depot cheered Mr Hendricks as he appeared on the |rear platform and he returned thanks in a very brief speech, in the course of which he said: "If Ohio to morrow shall support the Democratic cause, Ihe light Is over; but If Ohio to morrow shall not do that then in Indiana and in other Slates the fight Is to the death." At Columbus ex-Oovgrnor Foster, Chair man Ogllvle, Chairman of the Keptibliean aisle Committee, and ex Commissioner Dud ley hoarded Mr. Blame's car there was a atop here of over an hour but the car was left on the outskirts of the city and did not go into the depot at all. IMNINU MHAatKN. A VeraJct Beael.rea Aajala.i Ckattee an< Hla Parlaer. Haw YoaK, Oct. IS — Artemus H. Holmes, a lawyer, brought suit against ex Senator I. Rome B. Chaffee and David 11. Moffat, alleg ing that he had Invested 11:1,000 for nw shares of stock of the Little Pittsburg Mlniug Com pany in 1879 on the representation of deiend ants that there was ore In the mine to the value of which would pay a divl dend ol 1100,1100 per month for three years, and that the statements were false. Defend ants did no: appear and the Judge directed the jury to give a verdict lor »l\«jo f.KA»T AND WARD. insure lVfenetarr CrMkednes* 4 omUiR to l.lprhl. NiwYosr, Oct. 18.-R. N. flmlth & Co., loaned Grant A Ward 9*0,000 on the security nf 80 first mortgage bonds of the Wheeling and Lake Erie Knlrnarl, each having a par Talae of $1,000, These bonds were part of a lot given by Commodore E. K. Garrison to Grant A Ward In April last to secure a note for »'JOO,OOO. Nearly all of the bonds were hypothecated by (irnttt A Ward to various Bsrties. The Garrison note bccime due etober 6th. and to collect It, It became necessary to return the bonds. The t'eutr.il National Hauk was the depository of the bonds and vote' with power to collect the note and return the Mnds. John T. Terry Garrison s assignee, refused to pay Ihe in.te, claiming there were counter claims against Grunt A Ward amounting to *.S0,00(>. Smith A Co.will vow bring suit against Oram A Ward's re celver. Garrison s assignee- (be M irinc Hank receiver and others who rehypothecated ti « bonds and notes, to have all the bonds placed in the hands of a receiver. Com pUinsuts say that Commodore Garrison estate Is Urge enough to pay all creditors known at the present time and leave a silt plus of $2,000,000, but tlmt If the celebrated suit of Peter Marie and other- should be de elded against the Commodore's estiie ii Would not be worth more tlisu sufficient to pay preferred creditors in full ami others only one-thin! of their claims. NEW MEXICO. The «**Ternsfr<« Res>«r« f llse Neerrtury ef the Interior. Washington, Oct. IS.-—ln his report to the Secretary of the Interior upon the condition of affairs in New Mcitco for the past year. Governor Sheldon says: The Territory has prospered materially In all its Industries. Stockralslng received a greater Impetus than soy other Interest, the number of cattle snd sheep being estimated at two million he,da. The report states that there 1* an irrepressible conflict being waged between the rattle and sheep rnneherns which in iy result, in the near future, in the destruction of the sheep raisins business. The trouble fa attributed to the destruction of pas hires by the sheep snd there is no authority rctlug in the Territorial Government to stop the conflict The remedy suggosted is the passage of a law defining the boundaries of ranches and requiring the erection of fences. . . „ The taxable property of the 1 erritory has Increased In value during the year four mil Hon dollars. It Is asserted that unless a law la passed allowing Individuals to acquire large amounts of land It cannot be expected (bat the stock raising Industry will bedevel oped to the highest attainable point. Seven eight lw nf ihe public land In New Mexico, say- Governor Sheldon, will in all pmhshili ty never l»Pcnme the property of citi«ens as It Is difficult Ui comply with the require menta of the present land laws on account of the absence of water. The failure to set tie the status ofthe Spuniah and Mexican grants has retarded the progress of the Terrl tory. The production of gold aud silver has reached a point sufficient, in the opinion ..f tbe Governor, to Justify ihe esiabllshment of A United States mini in the Territory. Attempt lo Wmt a Train. Tok*k*. Kan., Oct. IS.—A second attempt %a wreck the SantA Pc express train waa made a abort distance east of Florence, Kan au, Sunday evening The section mon of thatdlvlsl—v jnt to Florence during the day and] ed on a hand car to their homes y HO o'clock they discovered a tie acre ; track, tied down, and anc ceeded ii flint » "ef"re lhe arrival of the easti. , eapross, due there «!»:*> o'clock ' rctli.u lion sew four meu retreating «nder a hrldao near li) all.'' the train*. >aed. making rapid progress towards woods, where Ihey i.r.0.. t.1> Had hnM», i hiding The Sunday ulglil previous kstruothm wa. placed 1,.r lhe liasseneel I near Knipi.rla an.l r te.l IB wrick I-. "freight irain snd killing s fireman ' . believed lhat this Is the same gang and t robbery Is their object. Are ward of I (was offered for llu-arrest of the perpe Jors of the deed a week ago THI SPOHTIHJ WORLD. l.rilaflaa Ho. c«. Uiisotom. Ky.,Oel. 17 -Trotting races commenced to-day with splendid weather and a perfect track. The fastest two year old time, I*A was made Johnson paced walnst his for eeord ..t • 10, and won S.llyln'J.oa.f. inarter, .to,, half, IS . third quarter. I*7. Ural race. 1 year old. stakes K. 1. Simmon* haglo Bird won "reenlaoUe, Brown, Wilkes. Ilaversack and t'harlay Wilkes, vrera dlsunced, t1me,2;90V4. : %nud , ;.c?2 *«l-M.ulne starter.. Pen roatwn Mri'lnnd. aeconh, l.en* swallow, Sit, Kitty al.rer, forth. Best Uu* liv*. FINANCE AND TRADE. Market Bevlew. LONDON, Oct. IS.—The -Wort l.nnr Prrar, In it* weekly review of the rom trade, nays: Weather stormy and unusually cold. The rilufMll has Improved the aeed bed for the rrop of Mb, but has prevented threshing, thus lessening farmers' deliveries nnd en ..nling seller- lo maintain their rates. Hiles of Bullish wheat for the past w«k, 73,»W oimrters, at 32s 2d, against 71,W0 (jtiarters, at 40.* Nd (or the corresponding week of laat year trade in foreign wheat alow. Water- Bide stocks increased, compared with lsxt, but flowing bulk decreasing, owing to the net ion of American and Russian exporters. Cargoes off coast are not Improved. There were seven arrivals. Three cargoes with drawn, three sold, including one of No. 1 California al .V> and four remained, Includ ing two American. Fifteen cases of over due wheat are in passage. Oull prices for wheat prevail. Flour quiet and steady. The Increase in imports checks trade. Maine scarce and higher, llarley steady; oata firm, ad higher. The Stock market. Nitw York, Oct. 13 —Governments, Arm, Railways, firm. Stock irregular aud offer lugs light. There were several sharp fluctu ations within a range of i% per cent, but the best figures of the day generally were cur rent in final transactions. Compared with Saturday, closing prices are }4 to \% higher, except Louisville and Nashville, and Read tug, which are % to % lower. tiOTernment Bond* and Railway Shares. Nkw Yobk, Oct. 13.—Threes, 100: \2W, Ai\, Vi%\ Pacific, »f>; Canadian Pacific, i.:\ Central Pacific, 40%; Denver A Rio Grande, 10; Kansas Texas, 18; Northern Paciflc, 19; preferred, do, 43K: North Western, —; New York Central, i 4%; Oregon Navigation, 70; Transcontinen tal, Improvement, 19; Paciflc Panama, SW; Texas Paciflc, 11%; Union Pa ciflc, 56%; United States, —; JUrgo, —; Wert tern Union. 64) i. Mining* stork*, San Francisco, Oct. 13.—Belle Isle, 40; Best and Belcher, 91.80; Chollar, 92.00; Crowu Point, 11.35; Gould and Curry, 9120: Grand Prize, ASe; Male A Norcross, fe-O/i; Mexican. 91.15; Navajo, ; Ophlr, 90.75; Potosi. 91.1U: Sivage, 91.25; Sierra Nevada, 910 ft; Union Consolidated, 9105; Yellow Jacket, 91.75. Tne lira In Market. San Francisco, Oct- 13.—Wheat firm and active; buyer. tl.nyMi :ny 3 . buyer, season. SI :,y' .((pi.;w 7 _. Barley, strong aud lively; seller*'94Ca)wß': buyer, 11.0^01.0-2%; buyer, season, 91 .ofilr9l-<*& Liverpool, Oct. 13.—Wheat, steadier. Corn firmer, 5s sd. Chicago, Ills,, Oct. 13.—Wheat a shade steadier; for October, 7..^@7W B e for November. The money Market. Nrw York, Oct. 13.—Money, I@2 closed; offered, lgBlU: prime paper, .rfdjC; exchange bills steady, demand, $1 1 4. Preparing; for the Pray. Columbus Oct. 13.—A Citizens' mectfng was held to day consisting of a Joint com mittee appointed by the Cleveland and Hen dricks Club and by the Kepuhlican execu tire committees to take some action to pre vent Illegal voting to-morrow. A long con ference was held at the conclusion of which It was decided to appoint four citizens, two of each party, for each precinct in tbe city. It it is also learned that similar meetings were held In other cities and committees appointed who will be at the pulls all day, designated by badges, and will have authority to scru tinise everything about the ballot box and the manner In which the election is con ducted. The Sheriff of the county appointed between thirty nnd forty deputiest his after noon to be present at the polls, aud the Mayor tonight, believing the Sheriff had in terfered with his authority, c illed a meet lug of the Police Board and secured permis sion to appoint 100 extra police. About half that uumr-er were appoiuted to-night and the others will Ite named iv the moruiug. Railroad War. Chicago, Oct. 13.-The Baltimore 4 Ohio Railroad to day notified the steamship com panies' agents here that it would pay 20 per cent commission on all immigrant business over its line, both from New York and Balti more. This* is understood to be In retalia tion on the Pennsylvania Company for cut ting off the Baltimore A Ohio a New York connections. It is thought this action will disrupt the immigrant pool and probably demoralize first and second class passenger rates. Cleveland Preparing to Visit New York. Albany, Oct. 13.—Governor Cleveland is to day closlug up work preparatory to his trip to New York and Brooklyn on Wednes day. He will probably be accompanied only by his private secretary, leaving on the regular train which arrives in New York at 10:30 o'clock a. x. His headquarters will be the Fifth Avenue Hotel, where he will re main Weduesday aftedjtoon and evening. Tbe number of visitors at the Executive chamber to day was very large. Burdette dc Ponds Schedule. Naw York Oct. IS.-The schedules of assignment of Burdette A Pond, Commission Merchants, filed to day, state the liabilities to be 305,000; imiriii, t | assetfi-wi.000; actual assets, 9153,000. Chas P Burdette'a individu al statemeut shows liabilities to he 9197,000; nominal assets, 9414.000; actual assets 9191,000. The individual liabilities of Samuel O Pond ore stated at 9140,000; nominal assets, 994.000; actual assets, g2*t,ooo. The tout liabilities are 9817,000; nominal assets, |X 94 - 000; actual assets, £186.000. A Blow to the Liquor Trade. Pottstown. Pa . Oct. 13 —At to-day's sea sion of the Eastern Synod of the Reformed Church of the United States the following resolution was adopted: /.'"..,',rrf, That On- Synod favors prohibl tion of the manufacture and sale of intoxl ritfng drinks as beverages by constitutional amendment. Murdered. Kansas City, Oct. 13— John I ...wry and wife, csttle feeders for C. I). Hudson, were found murdered on a farm near Marshall, Mo , this evening. Lowry was found at the barn with a bullet hole in his head, and his wife near the house, her skull having been crushed with an axe The crime la mysteri ous, though it Is suspected that ft was com mltted by a party of tramps seen in the vicinity. America Not to mediate. Washington, Oct. 13.—There is good authority for the statement that the Govern ment of the United -states has not been asked to mediate in France Chinese affairs by either disputants and, therefore, It has not conditionally or otherwise "refused" to do so, as stated in a Paris dispatch to-day Trne Bills Found. PiTTsßt aoH. Oct. 13.-Tho grand Jury found true bills against President Kiddle Biid tMhlerßelhernf the defunct Pennayl- SS'^.^Aij'Ug'SiSßL^ A Meridian Adopted. Pr^o^'rblUn^Ll 3 ~ The 1 '"""Atloual rrime Meridian ( onference. at a mcetinrr to day adopted the meridian of oVenwieh* The representatives of France and Rrazii did not vote, and the representati vesof 3!» Domingo voted against It cmHllVon 01 »*n Be ward Increased. Qt'RBKC, Oct. 13.—The government has In creased the reward for Information leading to the conviction of the Button of a-V, V day's outrage to 94000. The police are visor ously at work in regard to the elite ob tained and arrests may be looked for hefor*. long. president Arthur Sainted. Port Monroe, Va., Oct. 13.-The "Dis patch" with President Arthur and a party of friends arrived here from New York this morning The President visited the fort and received salutes. He sails for Washington to-night. A < oitfs Congress. BERLIN, Oct. 18.—Tha iVorfa Gfrmnn (in ■ >>■ aays: The idea of a Congo Congress lv Berlin Is warmly approved by the govern incntsof France, Belgium, Spain, Holland, Austria and Russia. The Uatette also states that Germany recently took steps In London to obtain security for German commercial Interests in Africa in the event of British annexation of what Is now unoccupied ter rltory. A friendly exchange of views has thus far resulted lv the decision that Great Britain shall only place the southern coast of New Guinea and adjacent islands under British protection and that the rntrntr cor aVof> may he hoped in regard to any rival interest of both England and Germany else where. Mrrcbu, Oct. 13.— Following is a list of the south bound passengers passing here this even log: T F O'Connor, Judge Thornton A Kinney, W A Cheney. Chas Jacobs. 0 T Smith, V Bosworth, Morgan Hill, J Murphy, X H Brown, Mm John Haynes, G H Spruce. V P Thomas, W H Cook, San Francisco; D il Metcalf, L W Mix. Oakland. L W Jackaon. Wm White, Sacramento; Mrs B Cot*. San Jose; M H Arthur. Cleveland, <>. X It John son, Mt, Madison, la. Mrs F Lindle, Los An Spies, Mr and Mrs W hitney, Brooklyn, N V; Ir and Mra M T Smith, Strathway. Out; Earnest Watson, wife and chitd,LA;Mrs Gunnison, s F; Rev E McMannis, LA; LA Coesott, Sac to. A Drunken Constable Shot. San Francisco, Oct IS.-A San Rafael dls patch states lhat M Healy, the Town Consta ble, was shot In the stomach this morning at four o'clock by a man named OTonle, a prominent leader in local politics and for merty connected wiih the Workingmen - inov. meni in Marin county. Healy Is not expected to live Both men had been drink in, and got into ■ dispute ending with the A \nsdii llrr. Ki'rrka, Nev., Oct. is.-a Are here thla morning ai one o'clock destroyed a Urge livery stable, necunled by Tho*. Trainer and owned hy Frank Abadle The building was Insured for 91200 and was worth 93000. Train er's loss tn hones and every one of his ve hicles Is HI00; Insured for fciMfj \ u the de bris io day appear the roasted bodies of nine horses. Ihe origin of the Are ia unknown. LOS ANGELES. TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER U. 1884.- SIX PAGE EDITION. A PRIZE FIGHT. TwOiMen Stag Each Other in Approved Style. MHaffipy Defeats Mitchell in a Hard F outfit, Contest — The Fight Breaks Up In a Row aud the Police Take a Hand. New York, Oct. 13.—Over 0,000 people as sembled In Mndlson Square Garden to-night to witness a glove contest between Charles Mitchell, of England, and Domlnlck Me Caffrey, of Pltsbtirg. At 10flH, McCaffrey entered the ring lv the garden, quickly foi lowed by Mitchell. Both men looked In prime condition. Each scaled IRS pounds. Mitchell Is 23 years old and stands 5 feet B| Inches hlgn, McCaffrey Is 21 years of old and ls 5 feet w% Inches high. Mitchell waa at tended by Billy Madden attd Alfred Llints. McCaffrey, by BUly Edwards and Tom Campbell. J. B. McCormiek, of the Cincin nati gHfttfrer, was referee. Ed. Plummer time keeper. The fight was under Marquis of Queeus bury rules. No time was lost ln prelimin aries and tbe men were quickly called to the scratch. Round I—Mitchell was confident, McCaf frey smiling, both cautious. McCaffrey Anally let fly his right, catching Mitchell on the breast, but a little short for the effect de aired. Mitchell became cautious and then delivered a vicious left-hander on the body, followed with an effort at in fighting, which resulted in a clinch, when McCaffrey got tv a swinging right-hander, and tbe round ended in McCaffrey's favor, amid great cheering. Round 2—Mitchell opened the round with several terrible body blows, seemingly de termined to force the fighting. McCaffrey took his gruel, getting lv the meantime some good ones on Mitchell's face and head. Cautious sparring ou both aides succeeded when suddenly McCaffrey visited his antag onlst on the right ear and Mitchell seemed tosUggcr. He gathered himself, however, and administered some terrible sledge ham mer blows on McCaflcry's chest and neck. McCaffrey waa giving as good as he got. Mitchell tried to force his opponent to the ropes but McCaffrey would not yield and some sharp fighting ensued, wben time was called. McCaffrey seemed to have had the best of it Round 3. Both men were considerably blown. McCaffrey wasconfldeut aud jumped to the middle of the ring. Mitchell in trying to force the fighting received a staggering right-hander and blood flowed from a gash over his right eye aud from his nose. First blood for McCaffrey was claimed and al lowed. McCaffrey now seemed to have things his own way. Mitchell in his efforts to get In his telling body blows was losing his defense, and McCaffrey never once missed his chances. Mitchell began to get angry, and endeavored again to bear Mc- Caffrey to the ropes, despite the repeated warnings of the referee, who finally had to step into the ring and lead the men to their corners. The excitement was now Intense. The crowd shouted and yelled like madmen, McCaffrey plainly being the favorite. The garden was a bedlam when time was called. Round Four—Mitchell looked much the worse for wear. His face had considerable blood on ft, still he went at It gamely. In a moment MeCnffrey let go hi* left, hut was neatly stopped, and Mitchell sent back a hard one on Mac's body. Both men clinched and some rapid exchanges followed. Caffrey's work was the most telling. Mitch ell resorted to his old tactics of bearing on hia opponent. McCaffrey was clever In keeping away, always doing good work with his right hand and not forgetting his left. During the clinch that followed Police Captalu Williams stepped on the stage and putting his club bet we.-ii i lie men ordered the flgnt to stop. The referee called time at this juncture aud a wild scone succeeded Everybody yelled and nothing could be un dent ood. '1 he referee tried to make himself heard hut in vain. He -I I at the ropes with the hackers of the men on either side evidently trying to Induce him to do some thing. Whether it was to reserve his de ciaion, call tbe match a draw or order an other round could only be surmised. At any rate when McCormiek could make him self heard he announced as his decision that McCaffery had won the match. STOLEN TBEASfJKE RECOV ERED. Youthful Stage Bobbers Arrested and Made to Disgorge. San Francisco, Oct. 13. -J. B. Hume and John Thackcr, detectives of Wells, Fargo A Co., arrived this morning from Clover dale, having in their possession gtflOO, 91000 in silver and the rest lv gold coin, being the amount, lea* 9300, stolen from the Clover dale and Mendocino stage by road agents on the 9th iiist. The robbers were Billy Cor belt and John Dwyre. The citizens of An derson valley, In which the rubbery took place, formed themselves Into a posse snd captured the young highwaymen next day, about twenty-five miles from where the rob liitv occurred. They were taken to Uklah, and wero held for trial for robbery. Over 92000 En gold was found upon them. They confessed the crime and told Hurne and Thacker where they had buried the rest of the plunder. The detectives went to the spot, and after some work with picks aud shovels found the buried treasure aa de scribed. News From China. San Francisco, Oct 13.— The Oceanic to day brings advices that Charles De Oroote, Belgian Minister to Japan, died suddenly Of heart disease on Sept. 16th. The French Catholic Mission refused to bury him be cause he wa* a Mason tin the 15th of September Yokohama and Toklo were visited by a terrible typhoon. In the latter city three thousand houses were wholly or partially destroyed and twenty persons killed. The loss of life at sea was appalling. No estimate could be made of the number. The typhoon waa followed hy another of great force on the 14th, but of iirief diiratiou. It is believed the Franco Chinese war will not interfere with the revision of Japanese treaties. The conference will be opened as soon as the foreign ministers have received their instructions. It is believed the basis of revision ia already agreed upon and only minor details remain to he discussed. It ia rumored thai the Chinese government hts concluded a loan of two million taela with a Herman banking firm, aud that a half million have been paid into the Canton treasury on account. A Pioneer 44one. Stockton, Cal., Oct. 18.—A. G. Brown, a native of Maine, aged st years, and tt pioneer realdentof Stockton died this morning. He was identified with the early organization of the Masonic and Odd Fellows Orders. He was permanent Secretary of Charily Lodge of Odd Fellows for more than twenty years. For many years he occupied the positions of Justice of the ram aud Police Judge in Stockton. The late Bains. ia* Francisco. Oct. l:t.-Thc Signal Ser vice Bureau reports show that rain has been Seneral again along the entire coast. The eaviest tall is reported from Sacramento, when 1.50 of an inch fell within the last twenty-four hours. Fresno reports consid erable damage done to dry feed and raisins. HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY. ST. RLMO. W I,earh, 8 Diego C A Rice, fmyinurse, M 1. Waters, H llrnilo Sin Diego J Hinckley .v sn, do J W Waters Jr & fmy. X tilrd A wf. Chine Rh San Bernardino H Lardner, Chicago Mrs Tay, sn it dau.Ca • Laurence, Calon Kh Jon Ranch A Carver, Tulare O S Irish, Elsinore T t'ota, 8 Brudo X Machado, do A N Klchards. British J Machado, do Columbia Mrs Richards, British Mrs Dias, S Brudo Colombia Mrs McKarland.do I c Rlchords, do D White, do Ml,, M Richards, do W H Brooks, NY R s Morrison * w. s X fc A Fish, Brooklyn o llollaway.S F A Daggett, Vlsalla J Murphy, do 11 Slttler, Daggett F s Holt, do P A Klnuigan, do R s Marx, do II C Fldler, S Ana A S(e?u, do X Maxwell, S Barbara J Jac.bl do J A Thornton, do j w orr do A J Lsswell, Calico M S Babcock do DX La Rue, Stktn II Moerls do W seltoa, S hrniln S Baylls, do Miss M James, do s w lirtrflth do J Brown, Tucson S Mott A wf' do J Beebe, Chicago Mrs E A Hudson A d, W S Baxter, do Ohio J orlsmer A wf, s F H M Van Arman A I Q W Morrison, do M T rmslnburg.Oakld E D Van Tasscll, N V J 8 Owens A wf Mas, tl A Haycock, do O W Lewis, N V Kd Rarr, Santa Ana B M I.e],ing, s (iahrlel .1 X Son ham, to T II Keardon, laiuls Ur M IJoaae,ao vllle, Ky X Makeham, do H B Huntington, San W C Branch, Colton Bernardino K. Mnrphy, St Louis F M Palmer, Louts W l" Mi'Mahon. S X vllle, Ky J Taylor, do M N Nicholson A wf, ueo ll,ire, do Newhall MlssANlcholson.New A R Hunt, wl A fmy, hall Oakland .1 McAllister, Newhall H A Branscom A wf, Mr. Strode .4 ty, Ho.tll Newhall J A McClelland, 111 J Hemes, Memphis E S Weatfnll. lowa H C McAnalley do X 8 Atkins, Minn Miss I.Tlhbets, Bakrs- R M Houghton,St Units field F Wilson, 8 F A Bnlenswell A wf, M Uskey.do Bskersgeld X Harper, s Barbara JBCalty.do Mrs Boibee. do W II chapman Va 7. 1, Oreutl Mllpltss XX. Kowell, S Brudo Mi.. Nl Berl.tlrl.nierCo S Krankall A ly. Col Frank Wright, do W s Robinson A ftnv, W A Brady, do Hi Vernon, Ohio OeoWebaier. do W Bishop, K> D H Slockwell, do W Hoore.Winslow.AT GRASP CBNTBAL. c M Rose A wf. chego J W Heap, Matloon.lll J II Armstrong,orange .1 D Raluey.wf A 5 eh, Wm Stanley, 9 r New lacuna Archie Stanley,do Wm Austin. Perm A P Klucald, Omaha • A Stowe, Charles li B Jones Cotton ton, A T J II Jenkins, B Ana M McCullntlgh A T II Simpson.(lrlsmert o J Oavarone. Stktn T A wis,. do J Harold, S Margarita H Davta, Mojave FBookiuau Sepulvda J Noble, Chlno Q A Atwood, s Brndo II Magee. Tucson P Holahan A wf, Xl W B Ireland, S Paula Paso D FKoaaaey.Hneneme H J Thurher, Moute Ordinance No. 138. An ordinance authorising and direotlng th? sale by the City of Los Angeles of its Interest in certain real property situated In blocks "C," "D." "X,.' "II" In the Fort 1111 l Tract, and l.nt 18, Block 3.'>H, Ord'a Survey, In aaid City, and fixing the man ner of aaid sale. The Mayor and Council of the City of Los Augeles do ordain as follows: StcTloN 1. That Mie right, title and inter est ot the city of Los Augeles In and lo all that real property situated In the City of ls,s Angeles, counly .if Isis Angeles, State of California, and being lots 0, 7. s, •), 10, of Block "C;'' lots 4, ,v li, 7, of block "D:" lots I, 2. 3, t. of Block "K." aud lots 1, '2, 3, 4, ft, 6, 7. S, 9, 16, 11, li. 13. 11. 15, 111, 17, I*' IV, 20, 21, 22,23. 2t of Block "II 111 the Kurt 1111 l Tract, and Lot 18, Block S6".f, Ord's Survey, lo be sold at public auctiou upon the conditions and In the manner In this ordluauce eon rii 1 im.l expressed. Bkc. 2. The Clerk of the Council, of the olty of Los Angeles, shall on lhe llth day of December, lsst, In (r.»nt of the office of the said Clerk ol the Council, lv the city of I.os Angeles, State of California, at the hour of 11 A. H. of ttiHt .Iny, ~-11 nt public auction lo the highest aud best bidder, for gold colnof the government of the United States, paya I,le at Ihe time ol the delivery 01 the deed of said real property, all the right, title ami interest of the clly of l.os Angeles, lv and to the above described real property: provided that no sale shall be made unless the said bids for the said real property shall be: Fur lot 0 of Block "O" <luoo or more. For 10l 7 of Block ■•<:," IlOOOor more. Kor lot S of Block '•<:," iIOOO or more. For lot » of Block "C." 11000 or more. For lot 10 of Block "C," 11000 or more. For lot 4of Hloek "li. »5..0 or more. For lot 5 of Block "I>," 11000 or more. For lot 6 of Block ■'!>," fjies or more. For lot 7 of Block "I>," tMo or more. For lot 1 of Block "E." ib'sWor more. For lot 2 of Block "K." KM or more. Kor 10l 3 of Block "K,"»450 or more. For lot 4 of Block "X," 1400 or more. For lot I of Block " It," two or more. For lot 2 of Block ''II," fiio or more. Kor lots of Block "II," »7.'io or more. For lot 4of Block "II," 1700 or mora. For lot 5 of Block "II," »700 or more. For lot 6 of Block "II," 1700 or more. For lot7ol Block "II," »IIOOor more. For lot 8 of Block "II," »oUO or more. For lot » of Block "II," HW or more. For lot 10 of Block "H,"*iooor more. Kor lot tl of Block "11," »loooor more. For lot 12 of Block "11," »1000 or more. For lot 13 of Block "II," 1900 or more. For lot Hot Block "II,"t.HOOor more. For lot I.', of Block "II," ISOO or more. Fnr lot 10 of Block 11, I, «or more. For lot 17 ol lilnek -ll." »7.«) or more. For lot ls of Block "H," *M> or more. For lot IKoi Hloek "11, 4.V« nr more. For lot 20 of Block "H," $500 or more. For lot 21 ol Block ■ 11 r>l»] or more. For lot 22 of Block "II," $500 or more. For lot 23 of Block "11, " M» or more. For lot 24 of Block "II," HOO or more. For lot IS of Block Sftls. Ord's Survey, »SOO Sac. 3. That the purchasers at said sale shall pay the sums bid by them for tbe said lots respectively to the Treasurer ef ttie city of Los Angeles; and the said Treasurer is hereby authorized aud directed to receive the said moneys so paid ns aforesaid. Bsr. 4. The Mayor of the city ot Los Ange les ls hereby authorized and directed to cxc cute, acknowledge and deliver to each pur chaser at said sale a quit claim deed of each snd every lot so purchased at said sale and paid for by him, upon the payment by him of the purchase money thereof as hereinbe fore expressed. 8«<:. 5. The Clerk of the Council shall cer tify to the passage of this ordinance and shall cause the same to be published once a week for eight consecutive weeks In the Los Angeles Daily Hekalu, a newspaper pub lished in said city, and thereupon and there after it shall take effect and he in force. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordi nance was adopted hy the Council of the city of Los Angeles at its meeting of October 7th, A. D. 1884. W. W. KOBIKaon, Clerk of the Council of the city of Los An Approved this 13th day of October, A. D. 1884. C. E. Thorn, Mayor. Preferred Specials. Try Lankershtn. & Cob new process roller flour. fierster and Paul are creating a furore. 80 b the Elite Bounet. All victuals view with vigilance their vlle ness veiled to ace, While vigorous virtues prove the vaunts are valid of KOLA TEA. All Wool Flannels and Blankets. Bargains. ftVliafar bargains in off ihwl flannels and blankets. Coulter's great re duction sales until November Ist. Latest News. Immense reduction in prices during Fair week at New York Clothing House, No. 134 North Main street. oct 14 5t Cheap Shirts. Gentlemen—You can buy for fifty cents a neat fitting linen bosom, linen cuff, rein forced unlaitndried shirt, at B. F. Coulter's, 23* i and 288 North Main stroet, Baker Block. Reduction sales for the next two weeks. A Startling Discovery. Physicians are often startled by the re m irkable discoveries. The fact that Dr. Un**! new discovery for Consumption and all Throat and Lung diseases is daily curing patients that they have given up to die. Is startling them to realize their sense,,l duty, and examine into the merits of thia wonderful discovery: resulting in hnn,lre.is of our l.e.t physicians using it in iheir prac lice. Trial bottles free al C. X llien/einnn . Drugstore. Regular size >1 Shirts, Cuffs and Collars. A fine linen bosom, linen cuffs, reinforced neat fitting, well made, unlaitndried shirt for 75 cents, at Coulter", great reduction until November Ist. "238 North Main NEW TO-DAY, FURNISHED ROOMS. Three furnished rooms to let, suitable for man and wife for keeping honse; terms rea sonable. Apply at UM Hill St. octl4 2t OEOROE HINDS Is the regular Democratic nominee for Supervisor For the Fourth District of Los Angeles octM-td County. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. 9am C M. >tt J. R. Oribkkk, Managers. 13th. GREAT ATTRACTION ! Engagement of the Culifornia favorites, JOSEPH RRISMER M PHCEBE DAVTES, Supported hy a Powerful Dramatic Co. THIS, TUESDAY EVENING, Dumas' Ro mantle Drama, MONTE CRISTO. Thia play had the longest run of any piece ever performed in Ssn Frnlieisoo, the re ceipts for four weeks reselling the enormous sum of over eW.OOO. MAGNIFICENT SCENERY ! ELABORATE WARDROBES' TO MORROW EVENING, for the first tine in this city, Companion play to "Chlspa." Reserved seats for aale at the Opera Honse. oot9td STATEMENT OF CONDIT.ON Farmers' & Merchants' Bant OP I/>S ANGELES, At the Close of Business, si rriniiiH :to, tssi. ASSETS. fssh on hand 1374.35(1 12 Cash ou call aud with Banks 1*,716 61 Total cash »434,072 73 t'nited st-ues 4 per cents sndntherGoverntuent Ronds 411,28)1 41 Isiam an.l dlsrounta 585.4.19 29 Real estate ilnrludinil former Hunk building. '28,90.1 00 Vaults, safes snd olllee fureiture. 6,472 39 li m\WI M LIABILITIES. Capital (paid uu ) ♦UOO.OOO 00 Surplus aud reserve . 325.000 00 Toul capital $ Mfi.ooo 00 I'ndivlded profits 48,314 17 Hue depositors 1.293.798 116 111 vi.lends (declared and uncalled for) 2,14 ft 00 rfi tn.m.jf.l 82 Isaaias W. Hellman, President, and Johu Mllner, Secretary, of the Farmers' A Mer chants' Bank of Isvs Augeles, being severally duly sworn, each for himself say lhat the foregoing statement Is true to hla best knowl edge ami belief. ISAAC W IIKI.I.MAN. President. JOHN MILNSR, Secretary Sworn to and subscribed before me this Ash day of October, A. p ism. [Sksi.. i (ooUOml Notary Pui.lle NKW TO DAY. "Making tea green doej not Improve the flavor. H la rather the other way. Ot course, Prussian Blue, and such adulterations are an aolutely poisonous. There la not enough In the tea to kill, perhaps, but I have no doubt they cause diaeae.)." —Jfr. James R. Davies, (Sworn Chrernment Irurprrtor of Teas for the port of New York) in New York Herald, 20tfi August, 1883. It is true that the color ing matter used to make teas green, though prejudicial to health, acts as a species ol protection to the sensitive leaf, and, as a matter of fact, green tea will retain its vol atile properties longer than uncolored tea packed loose in chests, or put up in paper packages. It was a knowl edge of the fact that uncol ored teas would never he ap preciated, so long as they reached the consumer, in this country, in the effete condition which usually characterizes them, that led the importers of EOLA TEA to adopt the PERFECTION TEA CAN, (the accredited package of the Japan Tea Syndicate) as their vehicle for putting it on the mar ket. That their reasoning wag correct the following press opinions on EOLA TEA tes tify: "One ofthe most delicate teas Imported. "-U. S. Medi cal Investigator. "The piquancy of its bou quet la simply delicious." — Boston Advertiser. "A credit to Its exporters and an honor to Japan." — N. Y. Sunday Mercury. EOLA TEA owes its superiority, besides being a blending of virgin Oolong with a select variety of Japan, to its having been dried by the most recently invented curing process, and packed in the most thorough manner. Of the former our leading scientific paper says: "It does away with the slovenly, not to say filthy practice of twisting and rolling the leaf by hand." — Scientific American. Of the latter we have the following enconiums: "The Perfection Tea Can, in which alone it is Impor ted, retains all its volatile elements Intact." —N. Y. Christian Advocate. "Right, that the mosi perfect package should have been ohosen foi EOLA TEA."-JV. Y. News. A. SCHILLING & CO. tUN FBXNOIBOO. OHIOAOO. Ilf TOSK FOR RENT. Twenty Thousand Acres OF THK San Joaquin Ranch, Adolnlning Tuatln City, For Farming Purposes -IN Lots or Four Hundred Acres and Upwards. Boat Soil in Lor Angelas 00. Water unite near tho auil'nee. Land located near NEWPORT LANDING, tllvlng fannera facility for Hhipping their wheat hy water Kor leroih. etc .apply to J. J MKLHIS, octla-ltm U$M Angele* (.treet. FURNISHED ROOMS TO RIRT. Nicely furntehed,lugle room*, ranging Iv price from »• to lie )mt tnuath leu h. free: all modem improvement, honae and furniture entirely new. Park Maulno. 111 New High .tieet. oetM-lm NEW TO-DAY. NKW TO DAY. iThe Leadius Jewelry anil Music House I Or Southern CnHrornlii. I ; American Watches, Setli Thomas Clocks, Stehnray, Welter Piano, Packard Organs. Nadeau Block, Corner of Spring and First Streets, Lob Angeles, Oal. ocl7tf Lacy&Viereck Hardware Co., WI.OI.KSAI.E AND HKTAIL DEALFRS IN Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. — IMPORTERS OF BUILDERS' HARDWARE, MECHANICS' TOOLS, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Wrought Iron Pipe, Tin Plate and Plumbers' Supplie s . 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. WannriicturrrB of Sheet Iron, Well and Water Pipe, Nos. 119 and 121 orth Los Angeles St., California. oct7 1 m One IVTo re TCntei prise THE FIRST JEWELRY MANUFACTORY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, OPENED BY THE LOS ANGELES JEWELRY STORE. No. 24 North Main Street. 3VC. Wasnor. O. 3P. XsXolxx-lfl,- Factoryl6 Requena St ~ Los Angeles, Oal. We csll the tttentttm of Country Jewelers In Southern fiillfDrnin to the fuet that we have npeneil i\ Jewelry Mrtimfuctory In Los Angeles, Culifiiruhi, where we execute every thiu(s In flrct elriss style that -skill of hand nn«l ni-irl.lnery run .In, at the lowest pns-.1t.1e price. All orders are promptly filled when ordered. We should he pleased n> reeeh c miy kind nf an order from the elty or ahroad. our specialty is the manufaetiirinji of line Uu'irU (iu.tds, IMniin.iifl S. Minus nnd Hold ChaiiiH. l'eoph' will flud It to their Interest to call on us, an we mean exaetlv what we say—nothfns misrepresented in our line. We will irfve country jewelers the l.eneflt of our silver-pinted ware as cheap us they can get It In the city of Snii Knuiei-ro as we buy direct from the manufacturer and fjEri yon as large a ■ ii-I'..nnt as any one. We buy for cash and sell fttr cash low down, in everybody's reach. Try our prices on silverware—you will he atttonlsheil how low they are. NbxtComekthr Aksayinu or Gold, Hilveb and Quartz Nunarrit. We advance any amount of money on OKE OF OOLD OK HILVKR sent to m for As saying, ami don t you forget it. Yon net all your ore in worth In value of I T . rt. gold coin. The head of ttiis enterprise is our reliable Jeweler, Mr. Wagner, who came to this city nearly three yeurs ago, commencing in small .style but advancing step by step, and is now one of our prominent Jewelers and Manufacturer* and Managers iv Southern California. He only accomplished this through honesty, industry and fair dealings with his custom ers. All who know Mr. Wagner will find him correct in all his bti-lness transactions. He is an old experienced hand for the last thirty years ln the Watch and Jewelry business. The partner iv this late enterprise is C F. Mohrig, an old, honest manufacturer and renl dent of San Francisco, for the lust Ml years, and has made up his mind to live the balance of his life in Los Angeles. You will find him trustworthy In all transactions and dealings. Our line In Gold ami Silver Watches is as liirge an any In the city. You will find a fine assorted stock in jewelry of all kinds, and as low as It can be sold. We don't sny that we will sell at cost. We can't do that, as we have to meet our expeuses. We call the at tention of onr lady nnd gentleman customers to the foci that lv the future time and order* given to us will have prompt attention. Don't forget the i.os Angeles Jewelry Store, nn this Is the only place tn Southern California where Manufacturing and Assaying is done. 1 We are respectfully yours, wyvoNEn «fc MOHnia, J. B. WAGNER, General Manager. ocl7 lm No. 14 North Mailt street. Factory No. 16 Requena 81.; Los Angeles, Cal. lITJRNDALL cfc FEIHKINfII llAve opened nn establishment in the Grand Opera House building for Tinni and Polishinp- Pianos and ornans.^; Thy are Agents for the Pianos of Henry F. Miller, Boston; Hemme A Long, San Francisco; Grovesteen A Fuller, New York, and the Taylor A Farley organs. Both members .if the firm are workmen of many years experience in England and America nnd can make any part of a Piano or organ: they can therefore h'linrantee first class work lv any department of their business, nnd have at present the only establishment ,In Los Angeles specially prepared for this business. Pianos and Organs to rent, oet 12 lm Democratic Meetings. Thos. B. Brown, Esq , Demo oratic Nominee for District At torney; W. T. Martin, Hsq. Democratic Nominee for As sembly 78th District; Abbott Kinney .Beg., Democratic Nom inee for Assembly 76th Dis triot; Richard Dunniffan, Bag.. and Geo, S. Patton, Esq.. will address the people of Los An geles County upon the issues of the day as foi lows: GARDEN GROVE .Tuesday, Oct. 14, IIW4 WESTMINSTER Wednesday. Oct. 15, I«84 In iWNKY Thursdsy, Oct. 1«, IIW4 MIKWAI.K .Friday, Oct. 17, 1884 NEWHALL . Saturday, Oct. 18, 1884 SAN FERNANDO Monday, Oct. "JO, 1884 SANTA MONICA .Tuesday, Oct. H, 1884 ORANGE Wednesday, Oct. 22, 1884 ANAHEIM Thursday, Oct. 25, 1884 EI. MONTE Friday, Oct. 24, 1884 SAN GABRIEL Siturdny. Oct. 25, 1884 SAN PEDRO Monday, Oct. 27,1884 WILMINGTON Tuesday, Oct. 28, 1884 COMPTON . Wednesday, Oct. 2K, 1884 AZI'SA Thursday, Oct. ."», 1884 SPADRA Friday. Oct. 81, 1884 POMONA Saturday, Nov. 1, 1884 LOS ANGELES Monday, Nov. :t, 1884 On and after Wednesday, October 22, 1884, HON. R. V. I>EL VALLE, Democratic. Nominrr fob Conurb«s. Will address the people of this County in ac cordance with the foreu'oim: appointments, l he fur Assembly will speak only within their respective IMstricts. Candi dates for county offices will be present at all the meetings. By orderof Uemocr.ilie Coimtv rwiuiulttee W. S WASTER, Secretary STEPHEN M WHITE, Chairman Democratic County Committee. noiM td Del Valle Guards, Attention! The members of Del Valle GoA Are requested to meet Til In EJvonln* AT Justice Ling's Court Room, AT 7 O'CLOCK. SHARP. Imnortau! husines* will come helore the i tins By order W. J. TYl'r.. Secretary. 11 MM WANTED. The suhscrllter wants to tmrrow 124 ft) on End elty property as security. Address"!!. ," UU.U o(kx>. o«14 Iw CDNSDMPTIDN And all the various diseases of the Head, Throat and Chest, Including EYE, EAR AND HEART, Sucessfully treated by M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M.D.J. C.P.5.0.. At 275 North Main street, OMOfttl lhe Baker Block. Lot. Augele.-.Califonila. Proprietor of the Detroit Throat and Lung Institute At Detroit, Michigan. Our California office is personally conducted by Dr. Willi.mi-, and is permanently established for the cure of All diseases of the Head, Throat and chest, viz: Catarrh, Throat Disea-es, Asthma. Bronchitis, t'onsiimpshm, Catarrhal I'eaf liens, Catarrhal Oplhalmiu and Diseases of the Heart hy his new and improve.] -v-tciii of Medicated luhalatioiis, which carry the remedies directly to the diseased parts, thereby effecting cures in many of the so called incurable cases, the Kremer part of whom had not the slightest idea of ever be ing cured. OlMErVA.—Omnia is the professional or technical name given to an advanced form of catarrh iv whlehAilceratlou has eaten thn ugh the membrajF lining of the nose to the cart i lege of theH&ne. Any case of ca tarrh may end hut it most f re scrofulous. Tilt .iseharge likes place through the nostril, or through the thrrwt. and is generally of a yellowish or ■iWMh.Ii yellow color, frequently tinged with blood, and almost altvav- attended liy an offensive smell. In the lainriiatre of Dr. Wood,of Phil adelphia, "the disease is one of the most <>b durate and disagreeable which the phvsi elan has to encounser. In had case- the breath of the patient becomes so revolting as to isolate him from society, and to render him an object of distrust even to himself.* In some Instances pieces of hone In-come separated and slough off, leaving deep, un healthy ulcers, which secrete a mood mat ter, and are extremely difficult to heal. After Oxomih hnn contluued some time the sense of smell usually becomes impaired and often lost. Deafness is oue of its most common con sequences, antl results from it?- extension through the eustachian tubes to the internal Pains In the head and over the frontal sin uses, impairing meinorv, ami even insanity frequently spring from its extension to the brain. The greatest danger, however, because the most common. Is thst it will extend down ward and affect the lungs, ln most cases of pulmonary disease catarrh is present in some degree, and in mauy instances it causes a large share of the patient's discern- Besides these grave consequences, all ol which nw liable tn sprint; Irom scrofulous catarrh or OEipna, there are others which, if less dangerous, arc sufficiently unpleasant It occasions great uuhapuiness to thousands of both sexes, by isolating them and pre venting their settlement tn life An offens ive running from the nose, with too] brawls, is about as great s calamity as can befall young people. A positive cure cau lie ef- Ifected In every ease if uken iv lime < «!VSt I,VATIU> FRtIK. desire to consult with me in regard to (heir cases had better call st my office for consul tation and examination, but If in do so can write for a copy of my Medical Treatise, containing « list of questions. V.ldres> n. Hilton Uilll , M. ■>.. -ns North Main -treet, 1 ... Augeles, ''al Office hours—from 10 a. m. to 4 i\ Sun day from 4 tn_s f. n. octlfrlm Martin Rosenberg. Designer and Interior House Deco » rator, lv UucruMs Walton paint, gold, silver. hnn.se. linic-.de, plain and fancy tints iv oil, caustic or water colors. Parties wanting their residences beautified will please •■nil . and examine samples of my decorations address M We-t Seventh street orb... hours, t tv 4 r. M. octl-Mm A gold headed cane. Tbe owner can hare the same by calling st Chamberlain - m-,, I Market, No 4 North siprlus street, proving property aud paying tor this advertisement rsssftflM NKW ADVKKTISKMKNTB. -A. T BRIGHT'S Just Received! 20,000 yards Calico 4 cents 7,OCX) yards Oinhams 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 Rrown and Illeached Muslin 6 cents and upward 5,000 yards of Summer Dress Goods Just Received. 6,000 pairs of Gloves from sc. to $1 a pah 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 2oc to $1 lO.oon pairs of LndW Shoes from 75c. to $3 7,500 pairs Children's Shoes from 25c. to $1.25 20,00u 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 untrirnmed, from 25c to le, 10,000 Children's Hats from 10c. to $1. 6.000 Plumes and Tips from 10c. tosi 6,000 Bunches Artificial Flowers from toe to $1 a bunch Also a large stock of Boys' & Men's CLOTHING! MEN'S HATS AND SHOES ! Underwear for Gents and Ladies and everything kept in a oeneral variety store and prices are always cheaper than elsewhere. 'Jail at 239 Main Street. J. C. BRIGHT^ Our EiiiilJifloii ofCarriaißS, EtcT, will bo hcbl this Month »t 100 and 102 Los Angeles St., Cor. of Requena St. OVER 500 C IRRI AUKS. Itl t.t.H S, WAGONS, Kir., ON BXHIBITION. Those vehicles will not lie some fixed up tn show, but? will lie such as we are selling daily. I am the Sole Director of this Showjand as is usual when Directors make Exhibits I shall get away with all the Premiums. Do not fail to see this Mntli Carriage Eililoi! It beats everything ever seen in this country. My Exhibit will cover two Aoon, each 50x153 feet. On the lower floor you will see STUDEBA.KER FARM AND SPRING WAGONS. The upper floor will be devoted to Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, etc. My doors will be open to the public, who are invited to inspect our repositories. Do not fail to walk through and inspect the magnitude of our business. It will repay you for your trouble. 3. W. LUITWIBLBR, Director, 100 AND 102 LOS ANGELES ST. TO ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. ■ We desire to call your attention to the Irrr. aNiles Patent Mortice Lock, For which the in Southern Cali- Z yr\ l>mtm the jjj H STRONGEST, MOST DURABLE I MORTICE LOCK IN USE. II 2tV- l!,i1, adjusted "' » n ) 'hick of doors; no key-hole I PI e«cutehe -n nor rose-plat* to get loose: it is fastened with KRaKn H screws nlmve and below and coasequently not liable to iy : PWH ". . in. loose: and last, thoujcrj uot least, it is THE R tMfKAFKST MORTICE LOOK IK I'SK. Call and exam I r* a t^ m m\m\M\mm gß rown & Mathews Z I A * 21 AND 23 HORTH SPRINC STREET, CO 1...N 1\..K1,KN.1 JW'l.Mlen, In Bulkier* lUrilwire .nd Agricultural Im MWLIiY Bros. HARDWARE Co., WHOLESALE AND UKTAII. I.EALEKW IN Wagons ami Agricultural Implements, Nails, Rope, Scales, Belting, Barbed Wire, Windmills, Etc., Etc., 58, tVm and 64 North ho* Aii«elea Street. Los tua. l. s, Cal. V. W. U.ISG. Saninier. Los Ingeles Ajreney. Head Offlrei :toi to ao» Market St., San Francisco. • — ' ———————————— ~ DANCING SCHOOL. Mr* A J. toneta wi*Jm to Inform h«r ptipiU that afv* hM t. t niTi,-t truoi Ht*a Kru'i.'M,- ~..i will rfjoprii her .mii.-h.i; N.-tvW. ftatunltu, »k-to twr 44h. >n the Unubtt Op-r* Houa* Hut Mm* Hall NO. 38. SPECIAL NOTICE. Omni Lo. «•» O*. Aw. *«, >•» From SwpiemU.. IM, pro«imo, lh» prk* t# «m 2SI, «fiwA.a> iiau„ w,.