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DAILY 11 KHALI) B.nsln Coolnn of the Herald. S Cent" Herald Ht*ani I'l-iniiiiK rfaStei The lire.in gleam Printing Hons, la nol surpassed lo any Jol, prllilllis ofllce on the Pacific c,.a>t. outside ~f s, n Kranel.co. In facilities l.»r dolus Job work prices, gisad work and csecitloii may he relied tl|ain al Ibis office. Ipeetal Kotlee, llrieaftcr notlees ill companies, waslctles. rhurches. etc., will nlll) he Inserted lv the lleaatl, as psl.l adi. ril-eineiil. We reserve lor places of worship a arat.iilous directory, which will appear every Sun.la, morning Tbe Hiavi.ii ofllee Is roiinrrlrrl wllh the telephone sy-teiii of La, Angeles city and county Orders for advertlseuielita or Jul, work msy la-sent through this medium lo iinmt.ei I s Tile Hkno.li Is the official J.s|,er of the clty of 1...- Vugeles I'll.' elty di'l!u.|ilelit las lists and all other lililllUd|.a! notlees ap|iear only in it.- aotnnni Mr. II N It..we Is the Sauls Alls agent ol the llr.KAl.li. '■■ GROVER CLEVELAND, uf New York. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, 111 Indiana. Foil PRESIDENTIAL ELSCroRfI ciias"ki iii "r 11, 1 hiimas"'i( T l'aink, ~f Hia Francisco; ..I h mia Clara c P BEBRY, .1 T HARRIS • of Suiter. of Colltsa , W.J rINNIN, KlittlS swimi.iM' of Trinllv . of . nios. II kRION BIGUB, X H Nil nl of Untie nl Tnolumne; JOHN A. STANLEY. NMIII.NI i,,M'. ot Alameda; of Contra i .-ta. 111.HU,K I HAH YE, I M I 1 ... ..( smi Prancisco; ..l - ... I .-.'•' JAMES I Ml' 1(1-11 V. EHWIItI. Will IK. nf tanta Clara. ..I - .... 11 r.i/ W 11. WKIIII, A I null I ot Monterey. of Tulare It r." "del valle, Of l/is Ans.les _ . 11l M SMITH Forßuperlor.lii.lges t J. Illtiil'Ssl. A t For Ulsiii.t vii"i,„'i 1 ll.is 11 lilt..W.N For HI tl II M IIMIIIAM I'm 1 11 In ,-'. O. 1 W llldiVHM. For Liillllt) Clerk A. W. POTTH For c 11 n-. ... I. : . II vs. r. Mil l s ForTaM olle.lm l» I.KVt For C ill Mi'lll"! 1 X HE PI IA Xl .A Forc.amii Sin..,", V .. 11l \ lii.N Fori',, .11. n I'oni.'l I'll II N A 11|' VI For I'-iblic l.lnilnlslralni M 1' it I I.Kit gevenly -I,tl, lUslrlet AIIBOTT KINNKV Sei v , „ i,l>, I'l-lri, Itt I- 111:11 11 M V.N Bevent) eighth lllslrlcl W J. MARTIN First in in, i o ITRBIHLEY Hei 1 lllstrlcl JOHN P. MoHAN 'Ihh.l K. II HAY Foiiill. nlslrlcl. UEO IMNI.s Fifth Mitriet J iCOB miss City .In.lice J c. MORGAN •Township Justice It. A 1.1N.1 WM. ITOERMER, JOHN W ORIFFIN The Future in the Light of the Ohio Election. There lias rarely been n greater nnti-climnx thin that the Rfjpabllcan prpHS piepnreil fnr itself in its-very "provioua" diaipiimtiiiiia nn tin-Obin eleetinii. it waa a remark nf tbe first NitjMilenu that there is but mn- stop fnmi tbe sublime ti, Ihe ridiculoua, and if the distance bail been a league it wnubi have been traverged by surll juiiriiuls as tbe Hun I'riin. ihi .. I 'hruui m and the Urn Angelea Thnr, in their Bral outgivinga mi thla election. It was generally felt in both partlea thnt anything less than twenty thon- Hitml iiiajntity fnr tin- Republican ticket in Obin would be tantainiiutit tonileleat. Tbis aapeetol the cam pniirn beoarne inteusiiieil when Mr. Blame Introduced hia ownpereonallty into the i test. There is Bometruth in tbe idea Hull in (Ihio al least one blast up..!' tbe Blame baaoo is worth ten tbouaand men. We are, taere foie. htatlfled intLwatuning tbat but for Blitine's presence, with the plethoric Fitck which be undoubtedly insisted abimlil be carried in bis train, Ohio would have gone IVnm cratie. Tbe probability is thai the battle which lias just enileii frith a Democratic ti-itini|,b in AVchl Virginia anil what practically amounts to a Democratic triumph in lhe itackeye State, was the moat HtroimmiH contest known in tin- politi citl htetory nf the United Htatea. Al nivagh < Ihio is cul up into Democratic fßctinns, tn the b rot all I lemocrata he it said, they sank their dlnerenoM till itiintir ami local polntß ami slianl aliinililei to ahoulder on the great na tional issues. line feature nf tin* conteata which bttve just ended nui-lii not tn be over looked. In tbe .-10, lions in Ohio and West Virginia the whole reaoQrcea nl tbe Republican party wen' concen gated, When tin- bottom (acta are IbßMoaed it will be found tbat milliona uf ibilliiis have been contributed by tbe teairufatiturerg in carry thoae Stales, witb the reaull of blank fail ure in line anil substantial failure in tbe other. If inn Republican frienda will (H-rinii im In Bay nn, their victory in obin, if siieli tbey Inaiat ii|kih oall ing it, reaembleß thnt which led I'yrrbtis in bis iiiHreb mm Italy to ex clttini, "one inure siieb victory and 1 mn nn.lime." in tbe Novemberotraggle there will lie nn i-banres nt rsolOnigiftg , Ihto umi liiiliaini. and tin- mlniialagj paroe ol tbe Republican manager, will lm neeilo.l tn save States like Mii'liie-un and Wlacomiin, heretofore reliably Republican, bul now wavering in tbe balance. Thai Blame sees the ilan |m in IHeMgan is ahown by bis Jircsenee ill Unit Htate. Tin- flisinli bMweea the Butleritea threatena in Eivi- Cleveland and Hendrlcka fr aeven In oigM eleeloial voto| and tn deprive the Refjablhian party of iliir tcell. If ii has required h Mortal struggle to preserve even Ohio to the Repabll can party we arc randy warranted In claimiiiK ell the doubtful State* M I>< nWatlK In this list we do n"l Made eithei New York or Indiana, for tbey are as surelj Democratic us the Solid South itself. We shall, bo lides, he moderate, mid nol claim any States which arc reasonahlv certain to go Republican. We will even throw out Connei'tirul mul Nevada, which arc very likely to L '" IVn ra tio. With these reservations, in the light of the bnue of tiie Octoln-i eleo tions, we submit tiie following table of the electoral votes which Cleveland ami Hendricks arc about .-enan i.. receive on the 4th of November . MM South .'. Ira New York liidfniiH 1-', New Jcmey y t'nllfiirnU s Wlncomlu 11 Total 2XI Neceniwry lot choice 301 It will be seen tbat Indiana and WiHoimsin, or California anil New Jersey, or Indiana and California, can be thrown .ml ~f tbis table and Cleve land ami Hendrickl will still be elected, and will, votes to spare. Circumstance- are in course of devel opment which may lose Pennsylvania with her SO electoral votes, to the He publican ticket, and even (Ihio with he SI votes is in danger, hut we pre fer lo make a moderate calculation. CoNSIIIKKINfI tbe large new voting pi>piilatioii of Los Angeles it was a stroke of genius on the part of tb,- Democratic party when the) placed in the field such an excellent local ticket a-that nominated by tbem ou tin bjf of Octols'r. Kverv day's discussion of tbe goeeetnsfi of tin* Ucpiiblican and Itemocratic noiuiuees makes more conspicuous tbe iiiimciiMc sil|M*riority of tbe laMsr. We are not able lo de ti-rtiiitic Dm Btßßd |iio(i-irlniii -d Ih-ln MnW in hlMlliMißßl imlliiaifel in tin- nearly nia tli.uisiui.l new vutcm ol lx>s Anirclca ciinnty, but nil are pn-lty nun. tn lake an inton-l in pro muting i/ihi-1 gov.-nini' iil in lliv-ir new hnuii*. Tin- Ih-iiiiariilic nomlneeM linvi- blhmhlj itartod in mi Hal run vnsa nl Hmi riuinly. LgHM liiirlit tlu-v al>jh. -,i i... lvi pownajy city, tiniii day in liny they will viait tin- other |iriiii i |uil poittta >>f tin- i-niinly. Kriuii nil aajarteri walawi Hmm naHUadea ot BefahHeßafi wlm dWMttl t.. rote tm Btaina mul Lagßn will rote for Hotte, Mili-H, lirnwn, Barbain Hepalveda nml oHMM un tin- Ih iiu-i mlii- local Uehei one hi-, nd ..I tin- popularity ..' ill- Dfrtnocrac-y in matter) .>f home g-nvi'iiiiiii'iit i« ih. lai t tl. ii lhe part) linH ni-vcr yd I Inhed h 1 ouiiij ..lli.'ial wlm prtiYp.l i.. be n dcfaultei Tn tbo htnnl Ihnl 11..' ni-in<n-rnlic ■arty luia been iii pimer for t». nt> yi-nm in !/*> \rtffie* 'I"' I"""'! an nrar nay be made Ihal Ibere Wm mil un onworthy "Hi. >al Belonatng to Urn rjrfanlgarlon 4n thai long park Ml. An ll„. ,;l„v;.'.s |.„,pr,'SH.'S lb.' i.lcn, It htVoritV .-IJ.' ll iho i||iiiilitm. Unit R illaajupuiniiliatii numl »-r ol tin' now Mien, un- Repontlrana hi Mhg dw polled Ifhatoror tba) muy bare lii in tin- h..mi's fr ttliii b tbey liiivo ninißrnli'd tbey turn up us Mtiiiiiirb Ih-inni'iiiis in itu' Orange I Irovr rininty. Ii is tt rii.-iiiiiatani'i- llinl lintiirntly I'Si iti's Mi.tiig Utile aarprtae that wbiii* lit,- M.-ssrs. RoMj Tims mul ltulrlwin Agora mi nil ii,o Inaatlirg rarg| ,'iiiirncH ..(i1,,. oountry, and carry oflaome ..i tba I Un liminrs, the} ,1.. RCa aaera tn g-are Bboaji OBtering their fatnona linmi's mi theli ~» n race courae, Tlx iAnf«lea rtabtea have held their nw/n ibis year ut Chicago, RBratogai Jerome Par* nml on other noted race tracks, and have placed Hi" repnta tion of this county mi a very enviable basis, yel we ghonld scarcely cure to have onr flyers graded by (lie lime made in the free I'm nil tint nil tlio ■ ipening daj at \grii iilluriil Park. We trail tbat, iii tin' future, nur own people will lie allowed the Mtiffactton nl seeing lho bell porli.nuances nl the Roto, Titus and Baldwin stable*, Won.k the apace baa been quite cnlllrilele.l, tin- Pair ill Tilrnveii iti Rail hits been a market awceta, The exhibits ure quite merltOrlfMU jiii.l give tiie gtrangera within mir jrntes a very satisfactory Uleaof the great variety ant] value of nur products. It is a matter fnr much regret that the oihirts which have been tnede to give mir jM-nple ti permaneni exposition building have miscarried. It wntiM have been v great ilttrai lion I v city if the Pavilion on the hill luul been eoirtpteted according In the orijrl nal plan nnd held in trust fnr nur an nual fairs. CAMPAIGN HUMOR II si loka Should win would II hen Water 100 -,I'lin-iiniiitl 'I'ltues star One thing in favor of Mr Si John lie is bell.vad c lm cut of bran hands. | Philadelphia Hme. After a l.nnr candidate lias been properly Ind.used he might In go nml gel himself naataM New Orleans I'leay line. That InvMarale old nn. I. 0. Btelne, is bearing wall son'west, nrvstimahlv in ettat an anchor In Silt Hlver. I '-ill. Courier iMiaal. lieu Hntler'i picture can be dlitlnanlshed In the fe it.ir f tiie full moon, ll Is -aid. lieu oertalnl) has seamed rather limy 1..r some Hme Philadelphia call. Hen. Logan I- reported to he .little leal olMr Blajpc and nnalniis to star with him ou sharing ierin- |ir.,v I.led Id- t,'line c ill he nrlnted on the bill. ■ type. Chleago H.ratd. A itatuttutk Qgeaa darlaraa that the people everywhere see alighted Pioffai Sir Blnllie honor. They 1.1 11, ,1 wel I oiler htm anything he more needs 1 Hanger. Me.. C m.-relnl. How would II do for Hell a I bw I. Hun. Bllllei and St. John to t I Ih, li is-ne- nml mi let nr..nil.l the I tly together:' W'lial a splendid lean, lliey would make: I Philadelphia North American. Mr. Hintsals thai he knows be will carry It least Hie Southern Slat, -. As Josh nil lings s„i-. Ii would he Letter for Mr. Maine thai .rent so Chicago Time., While lhe s,film eyed man ot dost Hi) has bean abeenl in the i ndlesa Wert, the Rem oerata ami llldi'l-cndelil Inters of the old Hay State have been pulling In -01,,,- lull work, and iloul.ile-- il I- n veri -nd els.- ..I "who . been here since I le I n gone."' wllh Ihe horny handed leader of lhe Workiiigincii's party. Cnlenfo Time. BLAINE A KNOW-NOTHING I.clli-r I rani n Ylim w lio Nui In it I i ,11 w l.h Hint. /•„ faa mWmr mftkc BWId: The Rermbllcat oaadMale for President, Mr. J.mesO Bl.lne, in a letter uf October i. ISM. says: "li is utterly untrue that I ever advoe ited a residence of twenty one years as v re.gilire mental naturaiaatmn ou tin ntrary.i always npnaaed the party tion tug.ested it," lines Mr lllniliu mean to say I lint he nils nerer connected or iv any way Ideutiflcil wllh Hie ailed Know N.-lhing |,„rti or. a- Henry wiisoi lied it, the American parly or that he ever helouged to v Know Nothing lodge or council:' If n... Ins must have a very lioor nicinory uf lhe |uisl W hen the Know Nulhillg |,arty was 111 full operation 111 Mn-sneliusell-. and Ihe) elected Hcur) ilariliiei lloverlior. I wasa member of Hlgelow Lodge or Council In Hnsloti, and on twe occasions I nam Mr Blame at our meeting., and he spoke et them and -iroliglv adrocated the prinelplee, showlhj laTttad hut m.'ii.i.ers One of lhe slrougo.l flank, or principles of lhe |iarl) -i .-rder wa- I hat v.. coin ins »k should he allowed to vole till lie hud re.id. .1 In lhe Culled sun.- niMi ovi. veins, the same as Ihose horn here Mr 111,,1n, also wrote arllelcs for the .I-„,, ona »>ow .Vufa inn. a newai r in Boatnn with which I was cnnlieotcl Th ar,' lads Ihal can be easily proved If men w ill he honest nml fell la, frVf-a. W. A sii.i.owav, No M East Flft) sialh street. IRISH-AMERICANS FOR CLEVE LAND. a ttlroiig; l.iilorsfiiicti. for Ihc o.'iiin-- 011. Ticket Hi laeaayvs rrmir't llotise. BcpralA Ocl. T.-A large and spirited meeting ol Irish Amerl i eili/ens ... held here last evening. Ex Alderman n.iii.ih.o preiMN mid Capl Win H Smith, in-led n' u.'-.l'.ice.l plcdgl'llg'tile snl'hi' Irish'A merle-,", ml, of RurTslo for ilov Cleveland The resoluttona declare iis atvoneeaa the Imnre. 5t,.,, -ought to he created hy ccrlalit aluieni nu.liiew.paiaT-th.it Mr lllnllie will n he Iflhulc"!' A ]'" ''''cl v -i""i "'"' ' '"' > ' " '' k '' 1.r.m.l views and liheral mind, with pride "rarrnga plain and always approach nhle. tinged will, n.. shade of t.igolry or pre Jildtce. tail the ettihtMlllllelil ol the prlliel|iles whlcli underlie our Coiisiiliili.in. as alway the friend and well wisher of the Irish AmetieaU fellow citizens, ami ever ready I" sh.-w In- friendship lo net., long lielore hi. I'lacy for the loivorii.irahlp or the PreaKtencry; and wa now. as ever, deem him worlhy of the fullest c.iiin.lciiie and lieiirtie-t lapMrt of nur fellow cillsens nil over the Intnl." Gains in connecticut Niw II in- .cum., Ocl. a.-Kcturiis Ir -.11 bUI clghleeli lowns this year show lie el.led Hem..eralle gain., taking a- a-tan.l aid the 1-olltl, , eharaet.-r. of Hi,, seleeline,, u1,.. , "i.i|»-e the Iteglslrillol, Hoard. The Total 144 leg The Republicans bare lost ground lv very far a- any .".„ !,,-„,,',. V'\irawi. Hteae niuuiciiati electinni, that the liemo l-rats ar, gamin, n, i ~i,, where tlu-y had a majority t», year- ago. There wore 9t.NUvi.te.il, favor ,-f l.iennlal .'loeH.ll,-. a majority of 15,101 in a 1..|al vole of fjJlgg The Truth Had Enough. [From theChtOAfoTlmea 111 l[ l "k'-iil,ntiniini 11 the ti,-'| T l 'w,,n' in.in run tell Buy lie- al„,m lv ~,„ i„ , , hl . ninal lliltetilnin. liar <m recnnl hut wli\ In the sasM I lis «honi.i Mr n„;„ r ,i 101 l any lie" abonl him! Th* truth I- full) imil cnoush. No Channels of Usefulness. 'From the linrTaln OAsrter.] wi Mr ■alas -wm ia asetty he wsi uked by nn niixlnu* Ki>piii>in-Hii whethei Himethlns ermld mn Im- <lone fnr rssonolilii il-.ii with ll ionklliiK, mul Im- i.ii .w.red "Kv.ts avenue of npi.r.m. l. ha. 1.-.-I, ,l,.|||.,.rut<'li oIowkI." Il.iilhllo.. In lia-lrio.l Ilium ill imllmsslt II i sadsnkMS thnt when hviva tot » "'I" I .—i..i. „l iho Wlillr Houae ■ho will have h now ierr tia on* itiat In tho hall a , t.„ !.,,.. nilrr.T In each r'lln IWIISSI l/./iiii I'rtn. There are oal) tw.-nt) .even mars on Ihe ■hlclil. on tlio 11ut1,., i,. 1]M1 ,., |,a,i K |„u ~,-or Stale Mrool in thi. oily That I. pr.il.ahly all the mat.- Iliillor oxiiorl- moarrv lieu mouth,-*«■*,.l,, H,,,|,J "•••■"> "« l LOB A\(M:U:h DAILY HF.n.U.D. HUDAV MdllS'lNH, OCTOBKIv 17, _f_ NEW TO DAY. NEW TO DAY We are Still at fe Old Standi I he KiicceM qf the pant year lias inspired us with great confidence foh the rotirt*. We ure justly proud of onr RticceMi find will continue our efforts to the oonfidence and patronage ol the public. OTJ R, SBOOND ANNUAL GRAND OPENING, With the choicest assortment of Tailor-made fine garmenti —equal lo custom made—in the Lilies! Approwd Mill's—will commence on SATURDAY, 27TH INST. We iin ile sill lo si <iiiii.il exaiiiinulion »l' lhe Shies, 111, 111 in mini; anil tlHkiiij. ef our SilMs. The particular attention of parents is culled to our large and varied stock of lio.is' Sllid < liii.ln n>- SllllS. Kcmember,]] you take 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 not satisfactory. „.,,.«»„, OrieJVLo re HI titer prise THE FIRST JEWELRY MANUFACTORY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, OPENED BY I UK LOS ANGELES JEWELRY STORE, No. 24 North Main Street. tmmXm Wntnor. C W. Mobrlg. Factory IB Requena St., Lou Angeles, Cal. We r.ii the attention nf country .lenders In Southern California t<> the fact thai we have ,i|,cnc,l :i .1,-u.lri M 1-ieli.ry iv l."s Aiicelcs, California, where we eieeute every tilling 111 nr.l class style Hint skill ofluill.l im.l lil-ielilliory cull iin, nt the inllcst lius-llilo price All ..rileis are |imi„|,tly rllle.l when ordered. Wo -1 1.1 I"' pleased I" receive nil) kind ul mi .ir.ler Irotn the elty nr abroad. Our specialty Is the manufacturing nf Hue Ipiyrln (binds. 1 HaiilOlol Settings .lid '101.l I lining. Pcnple Vi 111 find It f. their Interest 1" '•all nil Us, aa nr 111- nn .mm ,l> vv ti.it. \i. . o in.thine, n.i si .-g.i escnlcil in onr line. We will llhi' country Jewelers Uu- licucfll nf nur silior plnlrd ware as eltonp us they can get It In the elty nf Man Kr 15,,. ». we liny clireel (rom the n,fuelnrer and give you ns large n iliscniiiil n« any i.ne We huy fnr cash mul sell for cash low dnwii, In everybody. rtMoh, Try nur i.rle.'sni, silverivnre i,,u will he astonished how low they are. NaxTCu»ir.s Tint A-savin,, or OoLD, Silv.b anii ijiahtz Nuuiibts. We advance any amount nl money nn OKK Dl Hill.li ult SII.VKB sent to na for As saying, snil ilnn'l you f,,no t ft. Vim gel nil your orr is north in value of IT. 8. gold colli, the hcul nf this onti riirlae Is our r.-lUI.Ti- Jeweler, Mr. Wagner, wiooral* tn tinselty nearly three years aa,.. cmnmeiii'lni; 111 -mall slvle hut advancing step by step, unci Is now one of our |.ri,i lit Jen elers and Manulaeturers ami NfannmT- in Southern Calif,,ruin Uu only ne,'iiiiipll-hcd tl>i- through hnneslv. lieln-trv and fair ,lenlings uith hi- cu-tuni ers. All uli., know Mr Wagner will tin,l lilin em reel i v all his lm-ine- t raiisaet i,,n. lie la nn <,]<! e\|,eilei I liiiiii] for the last llilrly years in the Wateli anil .Icwclry hiisinos, I he partner in this lute enterprise I- c K. Moln ig, an old, hm t manufacturer and resl .lent nf Sau Kralirlseo, for lhe liisl :!.. years, and lias made up hi- mind to live the toil of his life In l.os Angelr- >on mil ni.,l liiin t rn-tii,,, Ihi In all Ira n -net ions and .lealillg our line In Hold and Silver W he- I- a- large a- any in the oily. Ymi will tin.! a " issnrted stock in jewelry of nil kinds, ami as low as II run lie sold. We don't -ay thai we will sell nt enst. Weemtdn Hint, ns we lone lee expenses. We call lhe at l.'iill.ai nl mir lady and gent I. no. n en-toiners to the i o-i that in tile future time and orders -Ken tn us will have prompt .mention lion'l forget the In- Angeles Jewelry Store, as tills I- the only phiee in Southern California where Ma n.i tnet.irlng nnd Assaying is done. We are respectfully yours, WAOjVBR r«- MOllniCi, J. 11. VYAONER, General Manager, net" lm Wo. tt North Main street, Factory Mo. 16 Requena St., Loe Angeles, Cel. Hit. A. W. rtRINKKRHOFF'fI SYSTEM OF RECTAI. TREATMENT I OR— NEW—PAINLESft—BAKE— (.'KItTAIN— AND PATENTED! r» tp a rprr i OVKK *ee,ooo operations—not one death i Jj J!i A 1 U I avii.i. oivaai.OOp for any case of pnjffl we can't cere ! CURE, NO PAV?J 111 It Kit 11' A It V I'nyNl anin\ A MYTH 1 RKfTAI, 1 l.rF.lt ITU PABF.!»TI IF not TOO LATE you CAN BE CURED! Come and tee u>! Lime Back—Nervoug I'rnslrath,]i t nnstlpall.iil Itlarrlnea IliNraanl Htrinr-ya. l-lver, Mlomnch. Itlmlder llcnil Tremble- l.oa. nf tlrniary I'rluarr nml Womb Trmihlo - ItlontlnKor no»ol« Kyapesjaln nil reault from I -.Vl.t gg A TION, mul tell Kit plainly Unit won Imvc fill 1 11 I 1.1 I It 1 Thousands die from It 1 tome. CM real before TOO LATBI nl>«l II lilo\ I'RIIK! Charges Rrasnnaldr. t>K. ir. fc-DUAk oreii t ti, STOVES FOR EVERYBODY. F. E. BROWN «sjt> Has on hand a large st o»:k ol _JEB,'I all l lip latest patterns of AND COOKIHC STOVES, lMallion Range. Tin, Sheet Iron and Agate Ware. 44 South Spring, l.os Angeles. California. oi-T lm H. H. BIXBY, '■"»"•<"»"» * llh no Stea, no Uth mbA no lontera. l-wiies watting rooma, electric light, KMtny Malls, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, .«,„,.„,„.,...». sn e i,v..ry ~..,....„• thing new and first class. HoraeS, fed. Nos. 117 anil 119 East First SI., ' r **' " low I os Angel.'-, Cnlifornla. OPEN ALL NIGHT. LITTLE'S CHEMICAL FLUID, Tht' Mheep mp *on-l*otNonouM find IMialnrcctnnt. It.it in tiHf for S,«aii in Sheep ami Kk blew in Hucka atid Calves and of prcat rurative pm. em fnr MtiN'k of all kind* vnll.trand -wi-l-ile ifrtlln iti maiiire and hoof .lindanes.; Killh <-lihrfc*j« Lee, lie mi nk ir. di-a-am- in »ny«. .'h.. .1.--om|...s • , ,|, .n|.,n/.- impure air in livery Htal.leM. LITTLE'S SOLUBLE PHENYLE. IVrf.-t an a »pra> In orehardaurTia* \ar.N; irif»rHiiteed t- .-nr. iU «, entwiTin **itlninjiir\ t»ifmwth; i* mm .'urromve. ami »b**t when .iiivesj *-ith cold aator. Tr\ it mu-e. All that ia hoIU ih ifiiaranteed to acvoniplish its vtvytrt Mr«cUoni »itli iVtW] oan. Call on or tuldrean, SUTHERLAND HUTTON, P. 0. Itnx 1117. hnV Room '2, DtMaanMO Klook l.oi Arii(cVfi, Cala. W. WESTERNHAGEN. H. SCHIMMEL H. SCHIMMEL & CO., BOOTiS <\r SHOES, 25 South Spring St., Los Anp;eles, Cal. Agents for the Pacific Coast for Witteman, Rost & Con hand and machine sewed line men's Hoots aud Shoes. „ j(T 1L COAL, WOOD, HAY AND CHARCOAL. HOLMES & SCOTT IS? s. Sprint, Street, mo lIUnNTDAIjI, PBHK.ISTS Have i.|.eio"l au MgabHsllTnenl in tbe Hrau.l o*er. House liulldlug for Tiini and PolisMng Pianos and organs.^ Thy arc Ata't-Dth for tin-I'iHiinM.f lliMiry P. MllU-r, It.mtnii; llemmo A LfJM, San Fnmci-cu. i.mvi-tt'i-n A KiilN-r, Ni w York, ntol the i'ayl.ir .t; Farley oruHiiH. Itntli memherx of the 11 nn nn* workim-n of niiiiu yrnr- fxpcncnrp in Knirlnnil nd AmrtO t hikl can m%U* auv part of it I'inimnr urttHii ! Inv rui tlu-nforf l'hh nititn tirsi claar. work 111 Hliyfli-partinciH nf tlu-ir nnd liwvi- at prt-t*tit the.miy f>at-ihli«tiiiieiit in Aiiitflca MjM'cially prppari><l for tliif hn-ini'— Pliitio- mul iiriraus u» rent, ocilj lm Martin Rosenberg, Designer and Interior Houae Deco rator, In Uaerarts Wslloa paint, fti, «llvrr. j I' 1 " 1 "1 »'nl '"'"•)■ I"" -noil 1 < " 1 rnj*.l'.'-!-,!r'i\"n'ii«!"!r aihlro.i. til Wot Mcvi-nth street tifflre ■saw.' t« *r. » oeta tin E. H. HYDE & CO., EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, No I* Went I n-. Htreet. All kind, nl help turntahr.l. Uamea-oialnine m Alan ■aSSkI k» W.unn M.l|» nd j Faiulh Atl». «, NY.-ilhaUi. Kilraol nI l;..l ri I vac, ~n. ll ks FIRST ST. MARKET, ri Uil r- ii, r'.sh' him I" ..iltr, I'irtiltrj am. I'iu'fonn » uptinutlty. HtgMl <*»»h pru-i'i pfti'l fnr ixiiilfry, train*, fi.ni.rv ami other i.tr.h.. Q*m ii« i mil. AtfonU for lYUhima In cubator*, ■■nl, LINIMIN A hnI.LK I W. IK A Co., ! Employment Offlce, I 19 ». First St., Witney Iti k. !AU Kinds of Help Furnished Free. MgMfl NSW TO-DAY. AEW TO DAY. "The People's Store's CompetitiOD is Dishonorable." So say niimc of thoae ('.-tly, inaigniftennt, loat-flight-of tm-r -("hanta, w ho may have toomcil tip ccnturica ago aa model-- and aaKca, when the old alow paca uf exhorhitnnt pricua and ex tortion waa the role; hut who hive been pnsaed and re paaM-d in tbia age of r. foim an<t ndvancement to make mom f*«r n.erchanta of the new schiMd, who kuow the way hoai neaa ihould be traniacted. liuiDulflfliuDisM .Saya the merphnnt who ateala onr ideaa, who mimics nur aela, who lK>rrowa out horn to aoiind hi* blaat, and then u r <■(-* np on hia little dniig-pile and ornwa and blowr. to hia faeart'a c-ontenl, knowing aa he doea that People's Store las the Largest Importation of Foreip Dress Goods Which we sell from 111 cents to 50 cents a yard less than he and yet make a living profit. "Onr CofflßetiHon isDislonoraWe" Bucat.se we are compelled to b*ll our wares to make room for our new goods on the way, and our slaughtering prices don't an.it the taste of thcae merchants, who offer a half dozen baits to aweeten the top in order the better to rob at tbe bottom. The People's Store Never was more proaperous and ascendant than to-day. Our Btock of Di-HBsCoods la repleto with the finest Kuropean fabrics. Our Millinery Department abounds with the rich est I'aristan novelties. Our Shoe Department trauaforma the homeliest foot into one of ahapc and hea lty. Our B>v Clothing Department is loaded down with suits of clothing that creates wonder and amazement. In one word we are able to say that this Kali we can supply your wants at as low prices as the name goods can he purchaHed for in New York, Boston or Chicago. People's Store, One Price, 41-43-43 Spring 6ft. The Illnstrated People's Pretector and Price List sent free te our country \ atrons, and handsome Cornice Poles free with every six yards of curtain net or a pair of lace curtains. Important Information TO PARENTS AND PUPILS OF THE ] Los Angeles Public Schools. I'he contract made between lhe Ilnard of X lucatien of l.oa Angeles City and Ihe Puliliahers ol Mclliiffey Readers rends ns follows: "Any Pupil having a reader of any crrnde or kind, whether in use or not, can obtain the Book de wired for use by the payment of the Ex.'llUllffe Prii'e ol the book desired for use in the school." Thi. very remarkable contract speaks well for the action of onr Hoard of Kduea tinn, aa it will save lhe Public a large amount of money in the buying of new renders for this term. We have been nppointed Agents by the Publishers fur the Exchange of the McGuffey Readers, and tho following Exchange Prices will lie Strictly MaintainiMl: Met Inll'e) 's First Reader 10 cents 1 Mctiuffey'a Second Reader IS centa ateOnffey'l Third Reader 25 cents | McGuffey a Fourth Reader 110 cent. Mcdnll'. j's Filth Reader 35 cents. The following Text Hooks will also be sold at Exchange Prices : Reed a Word Lessons lin ex. lor an old Swinton Word Bunk or Analysis). ... 10 cts Maury's Physical Geography, revised (in exchange for the old edition) 78 cts *trThe Public will do well tn remember these prices. In obtaining the bunks nt Exchange Prices, children must nl course bring us their old books back. All other School Hooks and School Supplies at Lowest Prlrea. PHIL. HIR6CHFELD & CO., wrp24-lm Booksellers au 1 Stationers, 215 North Main Street, Downey Block. DISSOLUTION SALE! $20,0001 TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS' | $20,000. WORTH OF Furniture and Carpets, In Order to Close our Copartnership. We are Compelled to sell our Stock of Furniture and Carpets at Prices Lower thai Ever Said IN LOS ANGELES. ALLEN & THOMSON, Hf P t2 :(■! SOUTH SPUING HT.. LOH ANOELES. Abernethy & Co. Have Juat Received Expressly for the r -A. X« Is TIR ADE A Complete Line of Clothing, Underwear, HATS, CAPS, ETC., FOR GENTS, BOY S AND CHILDREN 7:1 North S|»riii:c street. Los Angeles, t'al. ~„.„„ CLAPP BROTHERS & CO., 30Uc 323 TV OB.TH SrRIIVC. SBT\, MANVTACIt'SKRS ANO IIEAI.KKB IN STOVKS, M VN'TKLS, AUATK VI'ARK, RAM.KN. ORATES, TINWARE. ■EATING AM) MM>Ul\<. STOVKS 1 SI>K<IALTY. Houae Furnishing Goods in All Lines. LARO ANO MONEY CAMS ALWAYS IN STOCK: NEW TO-DAY. NKW TO-DAY, NEW TODAY. CITY OP PARIS, #1 ° F SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, TOfrBI ffljfflS 105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, SI Hp Brand Opting! Fall and Winter, 1884, **e^s^ LATEST PARISIAN STYLES, MAGNIFICENT GOODS. Beautiful Patterns and Unequaled Low Prices. Our enormous stock of Drees Goode, Silks and Velvets Las arrived and are vow being displayed bodies in the city snd the surrounding country sro most conlislly Invited to call anil inspect this most Bcautttul anil Complete Stock. Nothing like it ill South, em California. IN STYLES, QUANTITY, QUALITY & UNIFORM LOW PRICES WE LEAD. Voodn Marked In Plain Figures. "One Price." STERN, CAHN & LOEB. SALB]~ HKFIIKK RRHOVIHW INTO 111 X BTORE. BiTOS. 13 AIVD IB NORTH SPRING STRHHT, WF. OFFER AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES .10 Extra Fine Walnut and Mahogany Bed Room Seta. T5 Medium Fine Waliiut and Ash Bed Boom Sets. I*s I,oh Priced Walnut, Cherry and Ash Bed Room Sets. We Have also made Great Reductions on Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Mattings, etc. 1 in not fail to oall oa us before purchasing. O. T. BARKER & SONS. aepgtf 38a. ff4 *nd SW Worth Main Street. Sear Pico House. EDUCATIONAL. WOODBURY'S Business College! SlO N. Slain Ht., near Pico Houaa, LOS ANGELES, CAL. F. C.|WOODRURY, Proprietor, and Manager of Hoald'a Hiiftliu'riH College., Nan Franciaco, for the past seventeen years, has opened a FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS COLLEGE Where Young Men an.) Ladies can acquire a Thorough, Practical Business Edu cation For particulars address K. C. WOODBURY 4 CO., JelOtf P. o. Box 1367, Loa Alltel**, Cal. E. PASSA, TEACHER. Professor of FRENCH. Graduate ol the Cnl versity of Pails. Schoola and private lessons. No. 100 ALISO STREET, Loa Angeles. autf22tf PIANOFORTE MUSIC TEACHERS. Mrs. and Miss l-elevat will give lessons on the Piano at their rsa4<Je>M», tl Iw street, F.ast Loa Angeles, or at th, reaidaoaa of pupils. Address through the Pnstnfllns hox 290, or by pertooal application at resilience. sepStl Im PORTRAIT PAINTING. Mr*. E. Espina, recently from Europa, has opened a Studio at HIS W. Fifth st-eet. where hlii! is prepared to make Portraits either in Oil or Cray on. U j-mohs given in all branches of the art. Terms reasonable. sept IS lm NUSCKM.ANEOUS. STATEMENT OF CONDITION Fanners' & Merchants' Bani, OF I.OS ANGELES, At the Close of Business, M I'M HIM II SO, 1881. ASSET* l.'ash on hand . %S3*,m 12 lash on call and with Hunks 59.7111 111 Total rash . $4:14,072 73 United States 4 percent* and other tioveriimeiit Bond. ' 411.29s 41 la-alts and diseolmta —pas i ,v *i Ileal estate (including former Hank building, 'is.ysn oo \ nulls., sales and otllee fureilure. 6,472:1 tl ___ s; UAitLmn. capital tpaiii np.l 1200,000 oo •urplils ami reserve . (Wi.OOO 110 Total capital • f.ri.ooo Oil Undivided |,rotils 4a.::l I 17 Hue depositors 1,9H,7t1H H III! iden.lsoleelar.nl and uncalled fori . '.'.14.'. 00 fl.ssn.ro sj Isaalas W Reltman, I'resldetil, mid MM Miitier, Secretary, ol ihe Fanners' A Mer ■riant. Hank of lais Angeles,ba-liiß severally duly sworn, oaoh for himself say thrt tho lorenoiio. .tiieiiient I- true In his hesl know I edge and belief. ISAAC w iiki.i.m Iff, Pre.blent .liillN MII.NF.II. Seereiary. Sworn to an.i subscribed before me this Uth day of Oetnber, A. n. last. I \MF.S r KAYS, ISeal.) (octll Iml Notary Public REPORT OF THE CONDITION First National Bank, AT LOH ANIIF.I.KH, In the Slate of California, nt the olose id etMtaen si I'll vim it no, i-« i KKSOUItCEH, Loans and rUawUnU I «114,10 A 12 overdrafts. l:i.ia« oo I. H. Bnllda tn secure eireillalion 100,000 00 iltlicrstneks.hondsand mortgages y:i yin X\ line from approved rcscn ragouts 25.001 ia Hue from other National Hunks 4,141 OS Hue from State llanksan.l banker! W.IWI OB X..1 CMtata,furniture andn.turef 11,71111 Current expenses and taxes paid 1:1,7:14 72 Premiums paid yfo 78 checks and other cash ilems j. 1.1 at) Hills of oilier Hanks 4.H10 00 Fraotiolial paper eurrelley, nick els and pennies 000,00 Speele IS4.NUO 09 la-gal tender miles 5,9*100 lie,li'iii],lloii fund wllh I' S. Tre.a nr«r (h per cent of eireui.tion) 4,ik» oo Total t1,w,,710 m LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In I 100.000 00 Surplus fund 100,000 00 Undivided pmrlis rd„'i!i7 :» Noll I Hank Notes oulslalldltlg N9.000 00 In,lll i.iiialilepo.ilssulijeel leoh'k 910,723 62 Heniaud eellllli ol depo-il ,'ai,la2 711 I lo Stale Banks and banker*. 1W.1U7 27 ' Total ti,itsr.,7io 99 STATE I IF I'AI.IFOKNIA, I „ COUNTY or last AHUBLK*. I I. William Lacy. Cashier ol the alM>v. named Hank, do solemnly sivenr Hull Hie above ■tat.netri i- trim io the beat otmy knowledge .nd belief m toaMt£ . Subscribed nnd aworll lo before me thla ■lit. day of llelolier, |ss| jHKAi. | I A OKAVEH. Notary Public ' ' JOHN H Hit KNF.IX,) X X SI'r.NCK. J Dlreetora. WM LAI V, ' OOtti lm Gas Cooking Stoves, VAHIOI « HKMh For Sale or to Rest on Easr Terms. TlBMi Stove, .re mit only a .real eonvoiii ci ,n,l luxury, but with til. Price of Gas redoced to $3.&0 per 1000 feel, Are economical .a well. MIS ANIIF.I.KH OAS COMPANY, o. l 11, lm Oftlee Nn. 9 Sonera street. HO! FOR THB CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE! We are Now Offering; Greater Inducements Than Ever All over the house so as to make room for onr Fall and Winter Goods Now on the way. Remember our Motto at all times being QUICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS! CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE, 71 N. SPRING STREET. Opposite tbe Court House. PALACE OF FASHION. TO THR I.AIMRM: I will sell .. ■ mil. ~. ■ r cost for the next .todays the followingarticles' l*dle* and Children - t'nderwear, Ltdies ami Children',. Suit*, Ladle*' and Children's- Hosiery, Ladles' an.l Children's Wrappers, Ladles' snd Children*. ("alien Suit-. Ladles' and ( hlturen's Worsted Stilts Ladles and Children Cti-huu re Suit-. La-lit . and children's-silk Suits, La* Her. and Children's w hito Suits, Isles' and Childrea's white wrapper*, Ladies' Linen Duster*, ladles' Mohair [tasters. Ladles' aprons, shawls, dolmans, cloaks. Ladies' handsome trimmed skirts In all colors andblacfc In calico, gingham", lawns, delaine*, worsted, 'ashmen-, cloth, «»■' , and silk, all the way rrom 75 cent* to |75. Also a Urgr assortment of lanrv ifis-Is. Mj Mill!. #ry Ik part merit needs to t.e wn to lie appreriate.l, .t« it ha* h, en s.-le.-t. <t v. ith .>ir, ■ In m i vis r -i-l Milliner, In regard to my Dressmaking iHpartim nt, I wish to state to the Udi.s of Low Antreles snd vicinity that lam now prepared to fill all orders at the shortest notice As to mv work and fitting, I c*u safely itate without fear of <rontrsdi. tion. ir otherwise 1 enuhl not expect to retain or Inercaae auy extensive trade. My prices are intended to be lower than th<wc off, red by mv sharpest competitors in los Angelea or any where Call at «W Hit in Mt., under Nt Klmo Hotel. oet* Im 11. H. MARKHAM. I'rseldent. E, p. JOHNSON. Secretary. C. 11. BR4DLKY, VlcePjesldunt. 0. T. ST A MM, Tr-.i-.it rer. Incorporated Aassmt l, i**mi Capital, gIOO.OOO. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO., SUCCESSORS TO DOTTER & BRADLEY, WHOIJ»A'.E AMI HETAIL HEALERS IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, Wall Paper, Decorations, Etc.. •£59, Jill North main Street, Los Angeles, Cal., (OPPOSITE BAKER BLOOK,) Are Constantly receiving New Ooods, and, on account of convenience in handling and having bought at reduced orices, they ara SELLING LOWER THAN EVER. nia-.il mn BL ill NORTH MAIN ST. slvVEum tll,i to etl tir '' nia'le KA\V\\m\\\\ teedtt. Him teat Artftitunl nn PAINLESS EXTRACTION. DR. SMITH haarecnutly Inventeil ami oointrnotod an ImproTod apparatus tbat will, ln one second, make the moat auhing teeth anil tin- moat painful num. aain.en.ibln aa a .tune. Tbl. make, tenth extracting in nil nam. — children and adnlta—abaolutoly palnleu and harinteH. jy2Atd GREAT tL BARGAINS. FOR 30 DAYS ONLY, COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, THE 26TH INSTANT. I have jnat received an Immenie oonafjameat ot the ~ lebi .ted lIANNAN * HONH hand an.l machine made BOOTS . «§c SHOES. To make room for thene good. I will liaTe lo taorllloe 110,000 worth at a low price. 'I ho Mpetior quality of my gBOSI urn we ll known U. everybody, and out tboy go if tin y will not bring lirat coil. Jkmm «- MO DONALD t»%*m%lm N.. 40 North .Spring Street. 3E". -A.Xl>Jflh,]!lC, 113 N. BPRINO BTBET, Haa jnat moved latn Ma new quartern and reoeivnd n largo and fanhinnable atnuk of OX.OTHS AND OJ-.aSXntXZIXC.ZIaV Whioh ho in pri'parnd lo fnrniah in auita tv hia patruim with hia uanal promutl tudo. Hia PRICES ARE AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.