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Slnaie Coiilea or ttie Horald. & Uantn
Herald straiii I'rliitliitr ll.hi-.i-.
The Rpaato steam Printing Hona. la not
• urpaascd by any JuH prlnllng ulllce nu tbe
Faelar toast .ml.ld.- -.1 .... Fr uielscu, in
larllltle. Ho lining Jul. work Is.w prlc.-a,
Rood wurk ami eseen!lull may l,e relied upuii
at this nlßra
S|K,.'iiil Nut i. c.
Hereafter tlnllee. nf eump.iile., sucH-tlr.,
Churrhc. elc . will ...lly he ln.erte.l 111 the
HgBALIi,-p.li advertisement. We rc.erve
for place- of wor-hlp a gial iillmi, i Irei tur y,
whirl, will appear every SniiiUy illuming
The Meann ofhec I. i i.inn l.d wllh the
leleph y.lem of l/« Anglic, city and
eounly Order, lor adicrllscmelil. or Job
work m,y la- sent through this medium to
number DaY
The H Kit vl.li I- the official paper of Ibe clly
of la- Augele. I he city dellni|'lelll lal ll.t.
and all other municipal miller, apiirar only
In 11. column.
Mr 11 N |OW. Ulad S.mta Ana agent of
the lIRHAI.H
GROVER CLEVELAND,
nf New York.
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
hi Infllnaa
Foil I'ltKsi HKNIIAI. F.I.Kr nuts
OBAB EOHLIR, liH*si T i < K' , || T |!'ilNK,
~f su, Krnnelaeo; of Muiiatiara.
I P llKltlt Y. J T IIAItIIIN.UiiN
ol Sutter uf tloluaa;
w .1 riNNIN, RDWIB HWINFoIIH.
ol Trinity; uf rniu.a
HAKION HI. ...a. F. I • Nil . il..
of Unite uf Tnotnmua;
JOHN A SI ANI.KY. NA I HAN I. JONKS,
of Alameda; of t'onlra t.'iala;
QKORUR I MA It YK, .1 M KA ION
of Han Pranohuvi; of Han Franclwn;
JAMKS T MlillilY. KHWAItH Will IK,
ol Huita liara. of Hiiitat'rnl
W. II WF.IIIt, A J ATWKI.I.,
of Monterey. ..! Tulare
R. f». DEL'VALLE,
Of la» Aug.-le
- , , , _ 18. Ml SMI ! "
Forauperlor Judge. |J.HROUHBKAII
For IHatrlrt Attorn.) ' litis II HltoWN
For HbcrllT H M HAH HAM
For Count) I r uret J W HltoA HKIi
Fur Count) tierk A IV I'.lliS
Fortluuiili Itec.r.ler I HAS. K. MII.KH
ForTaxlnlleclnr lAM I.l'At
For.' ily Audllnr A F. SKPI I.VF.IIA
For. |y surveyor A .1 BUXTON
Fort'ntiiity .'.irucr 111 II N A HF.A I'
For Public .titmlhlslriiliir M P. IM'TI.KU
rtlK ...KMIII.YnKK:
Beven y -ixlh lllstrlcl 4tVBOTT KINNKY
Heveuli ■ , nIII l'l-lrlii W. F MKAI'HMAN
Hevcnly . 1.-hih Ih-lrlcl . W T MAltiiN
Flr.t Hlslrlci ii si HKsllli'.v
Mci I I'l-trl.i JOHN P MOHAN
Third lllslrlcl F It. HAY
Fourth Hlslrlci HKo MINUS
Fifth Hlslrlci JACOB Hoss
tllty JilHtlcc J. 0. MOHOAN
'I'own.blp luatlea it. A. I.INH
WM BTOF.ItMKB. JOHN W OBIFFIN.
The Hobadit Fiasco.
Mr McSwooney, wlioho grievances
itavo been a nuntWri iowpci of agony
to tho Republicans, has ,it last re ap
peared on lho American continent.
Ho wuh ono of tho victim* of Britilb
oppression, languishing in Knglish
jailH, whom Blame failed to liberate.
KlHowhere wo give Mr. MeSweeuey's
detailed views in a conversation with
a reporter of the Now York HrrnUL
The groat jingo policy a fleeted Mr-
Sweeney, as told hy tho Now York
Btrntd, thus;
I mn ii bona ii<f. dtiten "f tha
Untied states of America. 1 commit
ted im act. either at I cor abroad,
hv whlcli I forfeited mv right to claim
tho protection ol the flag of my adopt
ed coon try, 1 oaine to this country
on ■ "lawful i-nand." 1 wan con
demned umt sentenced to eighteen
months' imprisonment without utiy
form of trial. 1 wm conflicted fourteen
months and ten daya inn BHlhlft dun
geon. I wuh looked up in a roll tlx
i»y twelve feel eighteen noun
.tally during thai period, 1 com*
mittoil nu crime known tn the lawa
of tins country; I was charged with
lioiio. I appealed to JaiiioHti. Blame,
Kor ret an 1 of Stato (or Uie United
States, to protect mo. My wife an
poaled to him on my hehall. Ho
troatoil our appeala with cold indillei
onoo. He did not condeeeendeven lo
reply. This was Mi . Waine's "vigor
own foroign policy," when ho was in v
jHmition to demand and procure tho
release of tho American suspects im
prisoned in country. Under these
circumstances I would ask tho free*
in on of our great, glotiouj and free
Uopuhlic, will they trust tho man who
HuHt'rcd tho spotless emblem of liner*
ty, tho Stars and Slri|H>s, to ho dift
grared ami trampled on hy (Juccn
Victoria's hireling!?
I >. MI'SWKKNKY.
('arrow Canon Houae, Iroland,
Sopt. ti, LBB4.
Novel wus there a morelamentable
surrender of the American principle
than was embraced in Blame's pusil
lanimous acceptance of Minister how*
eU'g Ideu while ihe Pine Tree states
man was Mr. 1 ini'lit'ltl's Secretary of
State fur the United Stales. The
travail to which Moßweeney was aub*
lasted is fully depicted by that gentle
mutt in a letter written lo his wife.
We quote:
1 have to keep moving about con
tititiittly in my narrow apace lo keep
front freezing. You fnual know how
dreadful it is to be locked up eighteen
hours v iluv in thin cold, damp cli
mute, without nny Bie, and, worse
mill, we ure compelled to stand or
watt abooi daflj fat live hours in the
open air, in v tliiiup, muddy yard,
ankle deep in water, and then return
to our cold colli trembling with cold.
Here wus v ('litil'oi'tiiitu iitinuircil in
durance vile and left without recourse
—eubjected almoat to the suttmea of
the Black Mole of Calcutta, lie bal
now coma to Hu' United Stitles with it
view to enlighten our i pie, One of
the clauses of his Interview with the
reporter of the New York Urrmli de-
MM'VOI repetition. He says:
I hum here nf my own accord, and
unsolicited, ond I'm- the sole purpose
<>f rtflng my utmost endeovora among
the people oi my nut tonality to defeat
the election of Blame. 1 an late in
the Bold, I know; bill 1 shall only
work with the mora determination to
show the triah-Amatlean citizens of
thiH conntry that Mr. BUlite is no
fricn.l of theirs. Hia iulk to the con
trary is only hits,, trickery to catch
votes. * « * I moon mv story shall
Ih- known to every [rmh-Atnerican
Ibronghoul this hroad country.
Tims we see the anti-Britieh Blame
glamour diaaipated us melts the snow
on the mountain heights of California
in tho June beaut.
Thk Democratic puny ofl.ns Ange
lea county is in danger from the snaky
metlioils of the Downey Signal people.
When any of these creatures come lo
town they are cl kby jowl with Be
pnhliean newapapere. tine anil all
tbey Intend to rote for James ti.
i'.laine for President. Meanwhile
they hold out the beacon light for
honest Democrats-, whom they an- tic
eeiviug. They are poWfcal wreckers
One and all the attachesof tin. Dow
ney fjfynal olliee will walk up, to the
fsills and vole for .lamest;. Blame
uud John A. Logan for President ami
Vii-t-l'ri -M.-iti oi the Dnned States.
They propoH cln enact tlio role of the
White Elephant—vfat., they are intent
upon leading unauapecting Ivmisriits
into the tamp of ||„. enemy. Tothe
Demoerals of Downey we say. "lie
ware of tlteee Htoulpigeona." Their
purpose la dishonorable and tl in
come of their simulated advocacy of
St. John will Is- just so mneh loss to
the Democratic uud gain to the Re
jiiitilieaii party if tin y are allowed lo
have their way. Aa it matter of fact,
they are the "Slim Jims" of our local
tioliticH.
Within v few rUjri after the Presi
dential alaxilkwi ihe Hkkai.u will issue
a tine illustrated puin*r devoted to l,oa
An/. ;. - count v. It will bring ilowti
■areata tin.- marvelous, development al
Ihlaaaillnai. tmi will aiMaaal in aatil -
tii'M highly inOrealoig tnllre it ml- '
wluirM* tliiillKlita nrr ilit.-nt ulaill art
llement in Anu-elen .-ounty. We
w ill ifaMta an r.litioli ul I.in tliouaantl
of thia peri,.ln al nml il will llHiliinlaV
eilly tat |>r<MltH-tiYB nt iinlol.l y,....|
MOSWEENEY TO THE FORE.
lie i.Hii.i- iii in tea hihi v,\
piotlea Blaiae'i .liiiiroisni.
■he 1.111.rr of l angul.tilng In
ii. iii.b Iftunai on.,
i have euine here of myowii accord ami
uusnllell,.,l ami fur Ibe ».lc |.nr| ■ nf using
in, mm.,.l ei.de.yin-. among Ibe people ol
my liallonallly Ui defeat Hie ,-leeiluu nl
»l« aa the next President nl lln United
Th were among the flr-l word, -aid m a
//. inhl reporter la.l evening In Ml I I
Mc-twceiiey. |l,e t rl.'in '.u.pecl. whom
Mr Ilia luwe.l lv laOfUlih In . Brill.ll
' Hi..poke It wuri- will, a llcry energy.
aud a. he prucee.l.,l 111. lu.nner Inc.uie
more Inil.ia.l , ami .lie ll.mng 111 pr..,ni
I I Iris), A He .11 rlll.rn. thai bad gall.
ercl In bl-mum „l I lie New Turk Motel I"
lender In 111111 111. ir 1 urii .1 creeling pie- • I
mure li Iv al- I.'"" I" e.Hi. tile Words
a. lie apnk,i in, 111 aim an luleli.lly of Indlg
natl.iu
"I am lale lv Ho n. li, I know," be Boa
11, 1 1 -liallunly wurk wit ii the mure
d.-ier .11..1. In -liuw Hu- Irl-ll tliierleau
, ~, ~( 11.1- ulry lhat Mr lllalne I.
Irle.nl of Iheir. Hi- talk In llie ennlriri
I. only .. 1..-c HI. ken In c.l.ii yule.. I tell
yuu ' ami lii. ro»e lo hi, feet and hi. face
Ibi.fied w IHI Un del,Hi nl lung pent e.asi.ei
a 11,,11 iliallfMr lllalne hail done 111. .lilt)
I , 1,1 unl I lie, .. >i. prl.uti a dny. All
l„ had In dv wa. lv c ilile Hi Knglaml,'lte
ine\,|,"a'ii','l they lu'il.'l bale releale'il'me '""'
"Hid V nake nppllc illnli at nine 1,. be
release! ' he W ,- a-kei
"I halt UO tint., and then followed a weary
ani llielteeliial e..rre.|wuiilenee T he Aiuerl
cm inn,ul ■ ■ ..11.l .1 ling, MHil.ler
hnwiill lid dn 11, ailing, Mr lllalne 1 Id
.1 thing. At Mr lllalne'. door lavs all
the blame. He was the chief bend, the
directing power, be hud the real .ay lv the
"111. Iy. mi sill! keep urging ynllr release"'
I ,hi everything I y puwer I In- eas..
lay wholly with Sir. BlalM as Secrctaiy ul
UK. V In Clllliir. ACCKAI...
"At Irliglh In dc.|iulr my wife wmlc tv
him, pleading pllcniisly ,ns a wife only can,
for my role a-e Unit letter has been lull.
Ilshed. „i„l yuu, gei.llcuicn. I presume, have
read li," nd.ln s.lng Ho- llirung ab.nit bim,
nil ol whom still were listening el ly
bound In bl. recital.
"We Have, nml Willi deep in.lie lull.''
5.1,1 several .pileklv
"Well, I dm. I k.u.vv 1 an lell re
a11..ul thai leller than what > ilrca.ly
klliiW," resumed Mr MeSw ley "Mr.
lllalne did nut deign t" miller it. I I re
innliicd In prison till the end ul 1.1- a.Hiilul
trallom l.lborly Is dear lo any man I the
restraint nf prison bars, willi 11,, charge
har.l.'r V.1....ii 1•. . being kepi all Hil. lime
(mm mv family lidded len luld In the bur
dcll.il my wrung, 1 in y uu I link 1 havngul
in.thing In lay .gain lne fur his
t en, nl ,111 ' He 1 1 bale lei I He
In ti.il before he would havi turned a linger
n. Ml
" there nr liy IWO Hying men be would
tre.il In this way."
"Two other suspect.,"
"Ye-, twu ullier sii-neets Suspects Willi
111, ilnr Mulligan nml rilh.r."
Ttlll huiue thru-l ill BIbI 111.1 Ills most
familial and eoUnd.ntUl c.rresp lent
elicited .1 hearty ami appreciative lilllgli.
"Mul now I have come lure to tight lllalne
ani help ilclc ll him," coulll I Mr. Me
Sweeney "I ..we liiui a debt, and I mean 1.,
nai hlni with Interesl. I should tie a novice
~t chiaaliug. hut I can tell Ihe trull..
and I mean tv let in, y He heard. 1 may
lite- many n—'ml.lages, Hut my stnry
I an shall He klinwu In every llisll Amer
lean lliruiighoul this liroiul country.
UNWIIKTUV Ul I 111 Sll- l M KHHIAN SIiTOKT.
"liliiine waa lv a position to dcmaiid ami
procure the releuse of the Alucriein slis
I t- lv British prlsolia. lie did mil do ll
Ihls wai his vigorous foreign policy 1 The
mall I I In he misled, nnd when the facts
nre nil known nl Him, as I I they
-hall he liclvv UOW ami the . ..inliig clef
tl there is une thing sine Hull he will
mil i Iye a linker s dogcti of Irish A rl
Mr. McSwecuey said n grcil deal mnrc
Ihal wai. deepi) Intureatlßg, inn tha faati
have been lie irly all I e|,e.i I v ||i till I -bed.
in detail, "'itor'n' l"n"lrel'.'i'ni 'lii l-he .-'."lie
tv Hil .intryin IBM, look mil hi. first
paper-In All, wn, Pa„ iv la.l. in IBM he
went Hi t'.illlornln. where be look nut his
-c. I papers. For twenty two yen- lie
remained Hi I' illfnrula a. a Idler,
and lit Ist; went In Kugl I fin hi- I.■ - .111..
pursuant toll vi f hi- pliy sieimi He
purchased a small Irechnlil Hi li.mcg.il, 11.
ihcuurib of Inland, whar. he WM Horn.
I settled there Iciniu.r irlly. with hi- wile
nml eight children, lie engaged lv no busi
place,'waiting to regain 'his health, uflcr
whleh ll was his purpose to return tn 111!
of June'", Is-i, lu.'u','- i'riggeil Irom his l.ed
and arrested ami carted In Hiiiulnlk Jail,
two hundred miles away. He wis leleascil
from jail AllfUal 111. IBka. buying been lii
prison [oiirlci i h. nml len days. .Since
Ills release he has limn liy lug nl llnnegil
and haa fully reeoyerad hi. health. He in
lends, alter lhe eioH nf the Pfeatddtltl.tl
cauipalgu, tn liring his f.tinllv over here and
take up his perm iitcni abotfe tn the Cawed
ttgttn.
Thealeamcr Atncrlca, upou which Mr. Mr
Sweeney ..rriyc.l, nn I Sitidy Hook shun
ly tiller lliioll yesterday, and the Hie ing
klinwu thill he wasuit buaril. the -lenin lug
w. K. iii y waa chartered, ami, with a
parly of lending Irtail American (itlaena,
pr.K-ec.leil down lhe In.y to Intercept the
steamer. Among ihone un board were Col
James Oil) rue. torn Martin T. M.-Malnui
John K. Ilevclin. .lames Hedpilh. fniigress
mill. W. K. 1t..1.ii.-mi, .lodge Hlchard O'.lur
inun, I'nl. Willi nn H Boberta, Col. Jamea
CBTanagh. Qen. Thorn aa Pranota I rke,
Senator Jamea Halv, Messrs. John Miill.tlv
aud Thomas Coatlgan, Col. John Traey ami
others. I he tug lauded In.' parti til the fool
of VYest Thlrtv Ihirislr I. ami I hence lllcy
proceeded Ineanißi the New Y..rk 11..
tel.
A lillinlier nf Ills fellnvv eiiulitrvmen called
mi Mr. Heßweeney last evening lo extend a
hearty welcnme tv liliit. nml bid him tlod
speeal iv tbe giast work 111, has mapped out
lor himself Hi the present campaign.
A strongly batll iii'tti of iniallilin height, a
beilllhy, rtuldy enmplexiiiu, a plcannnt ex
prcssltin aud expressive dirk gray eves,
light brown hnlr, slightly tlugctl with gray
iiliiiul the temples, brown mustache ami
goatee such Is a brief pen picture of Mr.
McSwecuey.
a meeting is to he held at the N.w York
Hotel this evening, when arrangements will
be proposed lo give hlni a public reeii.li,ut
GEN. BOYNTON BOLTSB LAINE.
Keller's, old AMtaajoal*, RtfMtatakla
I) Opposes llie ih Hi, tt.
Clnelnnnttl Bnqulrer, Sept. at.
Qan. H. V. Boynton is Uu incscnt Wash
lligtnli c.irrespoiidi'iit of lhe at rridl On
Tclf,'. having held 11 siinllnr position nn the
old i.n:,(l, f„r twenty yenr-. litirlng Ihe
nlisleu I tile Kenuhiif ily p irty tin- tleu
and has rendered it mc ilciilnlile -er
vice with his pen and el BUt TOttW. His
military title w is gained hv valiant -er, ice
upou the b iltlcfield. In rendering hi. parly
lenity he has been un.w en ing tinUealnu.
iv I,ls zeal to out-lrip nil others nil re
lii'n'r icier of 'one
of the most prominent Itepuhlic ins engaged
.1. Ain.ri j,.,iiin,li-,u li,' y,,,..,i
y.sler.l.y openly declared hlm-olf to au
bifalrer reporter as being unalterahl) op
posed to tbe electlmi of James U. lllalne.
rhe algulflounce nf Hen Boyutnu', nfltrintie
stand ciunot Hut he appreciated hy ighl
fill llieil of all p irllii.. lie had hnl a heller
opportunity m studying the eh.iracicr of lhe
Itepuhlic iv Maud aril hearer Hi Hi almost
miy man in ll.e country. This naturally re
•tilWdfrom kla ],„,. .xnwriene. iv i lie
affair, at the National .'aplt.tl. The lii ncral,
as I- well known. I- |>~s ed uf a kci n
alytlc mind, Willi rrmark.tble abilities in
lhe direction ut leiiling character. He ba.
nude James O. Blame nu e-|.eci il stildi.
,11,1 ie.,,1.1 iy npelih made the .Ist .«
slnteinelil that he I Uler,,l lllnluc n ills
linnesl mau, and wnuld certainly not vote
lieu. Boynk-a wai met l.y an (aoalrrr re
rcporler last night just before leaving lor
Washington. He ba- been Hi lhe city Hut a
few hours, having cine down Irom the ill
lerlor ol the stale in the illuming, w here nn
I'bitrsda) he delivered an iiiblr. .. In the
Nilllh Ohio Yuluiltcer .' tvalry. 1| being
re.pir-le.l tn give 111- pulitteal new- thei.en
Nal pnlllely deliliirred. stntliig tliat be
thought it would be indelicate when the I.i
-itioii of his paper in the lie in was taken lu
lu euii-ltlcr illun. He further said that he
differed ra.llc illy with hi. paper mi lhe
Presidential .jiu'stinti, and had lint written a
liuc nf militlc ll upillluii siuce the tlllfurtll
mile in,mill i 11,,11 nf lllalne.
Logan's Unpleasant Witnesses.
.From the tiiicago News.;
a di-tincuisiied editor, who wm equally
distinguished as n orreepnudonl during the
wsr lell- hu Interesting reminiscence ol
John A. IsaEan. At one time ilortng the
civil wer tins crrc-non.lenl wus with let
Kirn - i nu.iii.l 111 lelinc.sec and null,.
there lien. l/«,i>> e.imc to him one ihiv ami
ssld: "I wi-li you'd ijo it|> lo Illinois Willi
me ami make a rc,a.rt ol a meek I
have la-cti H-ke.l 1,...[.en tile c ,tii|. iis-i, a till
111 my Congressional district. - the corrcs
poudcut went along uu llie day the two
were ncarnm Urn. Logan . home logau said:
"Weare going Input p Willi in) father In
Iw, tape Cuanlufjhani. He d.a-su t like
roe, ami yon may notice ihe. Ine.s hem ecu
ua, hul I BOM you won't Bind if When
they arrived at tiie I uiiulns'liHUl mauslou
they were cordially we.c 1 l,y „ii execnl
the old geulleiuan lie paid ua llenllou
whatever lo his s-.n vi law. and it was very
ainusiiig lo the err. .|...tel. ... 55,..... i, n,,.
adroitness with which the iw,, men ,iv..i.1,.,|
each other. At the supper lal.li it ~.1,,,,,
ruiiliiiighain helped LogaU isniiiuluhy to
Ihe e.lililes, hul uol a word na5.,.,1 hi. Ilp«;
he was as dumb to ls.gan a. If he bad been
a w leu linage, t 'nulling ham was a \ [oleiit
Southern sympathiser, ami 11 ground the
iron Into hia aoul to have a son in law who
was a Oehcral in the I'uiou army. Tha neat
-lay au exciting scene oecnrred while
was makiiiK his sjateeh. A woman
it, tha crowd crl'd out: "II waa
you, John who urged my sou
lo au Into tin- Southern army, where
he w„s .li.it'" Amitlier woman screamed:
"It was you who advised my huahau.l to
Join the i'..nf..|er.ites' And so woman
alter woman 1.01.11y testified against tia
noli who was now adv.suatiug the ceuee oi
the L'uloti. How Lsigau ever got through
with 1,1- speech li a marvel. There never
was a scene like it, and never did a mau at
tempt to l.c heard against such euihar
rasalui circumstances.
TjOS \\r.ELEB DA TLY TTETIALD. TUESDAY MOTIIVTyO. Q(TODEK 2T. 1884.
ißeafe iillallid Old Stand!
—■ .
The success of the past year has inspired us with
ureal eonfidenoe for th* future. We are justly proud of
our success, and will continue our efforts to merit the
confidence and patronage ol tha imblic.
OTJB SBOOIVD
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of the Styles, Fit, Triminiiit; und Making
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you fake no chances at the
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We frill lln- nt lent I f .'uniilry J.W.lafl hi SoutlMra California to the fart that we
have opened h Jewelry Manufactory in l.n. Aiik.-I*'-, ' iilifomia. where we execute e\ er,
thing In first class style that skill uf hnud >ui<l machinerycan dn, al the lowest r-,w.sil.le
(.ni'. \ 11 ~ir pi-impll v tllle.l win n ~r,|e|.'.| \\ c -hull i.i he plea-el |. ,r, v.-I ■
klii.l ..f nil i.r.1.-r fr.nn lhe elty nr abroad. Ilnr specially I. Ih.- nmnulaelurlnK ..f tltm
l|iliiru it,,oils, 01.1 ml Sellings I I.'halli. I'.'.-pl.' will ttu.l It 1., Iheir Intere.l 1..
<-..ll "ii ii-, ii. w.- nn mm exactly what we .ay -nothing nil.re|>re«enleil In nur line. We will
give c.iuiilry jewelers the henchi el our silver plated ware as cheap a* they eau gel it iv
Hi.- riiy nf Hun Fraucis.it, ii. we Inly direct fr-.in llie ulanilfaeturcr and give you a. large a
'll int a. nny hft. We buy for co-h and -ell [nr rash low down, iv everybody's
reiieh. Try our prices nu silverware-you »111 1.,- astonished how low they awe.
• NKXT eoaKM TIIK A.SAYI.NU 6f 11'U.n, S.I.VEX ANI> -jI'AHTZ NfUOrra.
We advano. any Uaml ot money lIIK UK GOLD oil sII.YKIt sent to aa for As
saying, and don I you forget It. You got all your ore I. worth in value of I. M. gold coin.
Hie hen,l of Ihl. enterprise I. onr reliable Jeweler. Mr. Wagner, who came Ui thl. city
m-iirly Ihree years ngn eon tiling in small style hut advancing -leu l,y step, and i. now
une nf our prominent Jeweler-nni M. factuter- and Mnungcr- in Southern California.
lie only accomplished this thtuuiii I sly. Industry ami fnlr dealings with hi. custom
ers. All who know Mr. Wagner will and him curreel in nil lii. hiisiuca. transactions. He
I- nn old experienced hand for llie la.l thirty years in the Watch aud Jewelry buaitiess.
ihe partner lv thi- lot. Icrprl-e is CF. Mtilirlg, an nid, hom-sl tnnuiilaetiircr and real
ilclil ol Hiu Francisco, for the loi :» years, nml tin. made up hl> mill.l lo live Hie balance
of his life 111 1.... Angeles. You will hud hllll Iril.lworthy In nil transactions nud dealings.
Ilnr Hue ill 1101.l nml Silver Watches I, a. lurgi my in the city. Yon will flu.l a
line nssi.rl, ,1 slock hi Jewel.) ol nil kind., nml as low as II cm be sold. We don't -ny lhat
we will sell nl cost. We can Ido thnl, us we hive to meet our expenses. We rail the at
million uf our Imly nml genllein iv customer. In tin- [acl Hint iv the future time and orders
given to us will Inive pr pt utlentinii. Hon I forget Hie l.os Angeles Jewelry St..re. n
thlOslh ly nl In lontbem iilllornl i where Manufacturing and Assaying Is done.
wagneii .*- ivroimit;.
J. 11. WAQNIK, llencrnl Mnuiigcr.
in-17 lin No. '24 North Main street. Factory Nn. HI Kequenn St., Loa Angeles, fal.
Tf. I\p i>k.a.w.BKlNKKKllOPF'bbyhthmcofhbotak.treatment!
nn NKW—I'AINI.K.SS —SAFE—CF.BTAIN—AND PATENTKIM
TM? A rtner I " VK " 100,000 operations—NOT ONE DEATH I
JJ JCJ A X 11 I WII.I. OIVE$1,(X)0 FOR ANYCABK OF PILES WB CAN'TCTTRE 1
CURE,
NO
g PAYyJ
HKKF.IIITAKY CONNI'MPTION A MYTH 1 RHTAI PLfFa ITS PAHfUTI
IF not TOO LATE you CAN BE CURED ! Come and see v«! Lame Back Nervous
Pros, ten 11, tit A'onallpalloii—lllarrhcr.~l»l.raaaed KMney,. Liver, Nlomarh,
madder Mewl Tronhlr— MM of Mentor) I'rlnary Mil W.mb Trouble—
Hloi.lltig ..r lltiwcla ll)jspcpaia all rranlt from IMVI.AMMATIOH.Knd lull
Kit plain!. Ihal eon ha.c RIITAI, U.IT;H I ThanaaiHl. dl* fraiu 111 Com*,
cured liclorc too I A TI 1 < O >NI I I tTIO> VHt.r. t Charge. Keaaonable.
Ota-ra flne.-u
STOVBS~FOR EVERYBODY.
B\ E. BROWN
Silas on hand a lan.'.- slo.-k ol
AND COOKING STOVES,
Medallion Raige.
Tin, shaet Iron and Agate Ware.
44 South Sprinic. I.om Anneles, California. ocTlm
m j_i QIXBY Come and see our new brick .table, with
■ uo Hies, no filth and no loafer.. Ladies
wailing mums, electric light, KKrmy stalls,
Livery, Feed anil Sale Stables,« ~ve„t.i»„o„,fi„e.,very »„,.
thtnf new mnl first Plana. Horn's, Ted,
Nos. 117 ani 119 East First St., ,r '""'' M " d ' """*"'"'*' l,m r """
-,.„,A„geie-., ai. ( OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Telephone No. 252. . nc "' i Tln
LITTLES CHEMICAL FLUID,
The Nheep lllp Kon-PalNoiinaa and lllwlnrertant.
Ilest lv mn for Scab in Slua p ami Fl..blow in Hurt, anil ealvea and ol great curativo now
,r- li.r 5t...1 nl all km.ls cnllaraiij .a.lille gall, in liars,.., mange and hoof dlscaaea; kill, chicken
li,-. h.. -kin in 1,, v., ebci k. inn:.... li.m. .1. i.lon/..■» iuipiirc air in Incry .table-.
LITTLfc'S SOLUBLE PHtNVLE, Pcrb- ta. a .pray In orchariU or vhie
i.nl. giiaraiitiasl tn cure acilc or euuvnnn Mill I injury ingrowth; ia non-corroelve. and i.beat
. h.'ti '.i>i v.i ii itli i-ul.l w*U-r. Try it nuee. All that is anlil is gilarauteeal to accoiupli.h its olijts:!
liiinliuiis Willi every call. Call on nr aildreaa,
SUTHERLAND HUTTON,
I. O. ttnx IM7. Jc22 Koom •£, Hiumhiiiiiiii lllonk l-os Cale.
W. WESTERNHAQEN. H. SCHIMMEL
H. SCHIMMEL & CO.,
BOOTS cSc SHOES,
25 South Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Agents for the Pacific Coast for Witteman,
Host & Co's hand and machine sewed fine men's Hoots
aud Shoes. mus.in
C O -A. Ia ,
WOOD, HAY AND CHARCOAL.
HOLMES & SCOTT 157 S. Surinit: Street. nio
lIUIIND AL.I. tto PERKINS
Il.vcfipcucd an eslabllslimcul In llie lirand Opera ReaM building fnr
SlRepairii Tuning, and Polisiiiiig Pianos and orpns.^
Thy are Agent, for the liniio. of Henry F. Miller. Ro.toui lien,in. A l.uig, San
Frauri.ro lirovcsleen A Fuller. New Ynrlc. anil lhe i'aylnr * Farley nrgans.
Polk Wathm nf the firm are workmen nf many year, ex|*'rlence in Knglaml and
America and can make any part-,f a I'lni r Organ ; they can therefore guarantee flrat
class wurk ill aliyilcparluienl uf lln ir l.n- ani Inn, al |.re-elil ll lily cslal.ll-liiiieiit
in I.i- Augeles specially prepared fur tlii- business. Plain,- and organ, to rent. uctl'J lm
Martin Rosenberg,
Designer and Interior House Deco
rator,
in UaatuataWaUoe paint, gold, sliver,
I.rouse, hrocadc. plain and Inliry Huts iv oil,
coi-iio or wster colors. I'nrtlcs wanting
their residence, heaiilllle.l will please call
and eiamlue siitn|iles of mv decorations or
address \z\ West Seventh street. utile,
hours, 1 to 4 p. H. astls-lai
E. H. HYDE & CO.,
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
No lew'esl Flrai Htreet,
All kinds of h, In lurnlshcd. Correspondence
solicited. Also aseiita lor Wslsoa .11 ~ s and
ramlly Atuvi'a, Needhain'a I »lr». lot II Qla
var, aio. octl lv,
CALIFORNIA
LIVERY and FEED STABLE,
*7» H. Main Street.
ocva lm c. 11. WATTH, Pmprlelnr
W. IK MadejfanACo.,
Employment Office,
l» W. First sU,Wldney Iti U.
Ail Kinds of Help Furnished Free,
ftusieif
sk.\ row. Afcvv ruJ>«v
. i.IOO SELL THE
People's Store?
THEN —
ii on au 10 os.
li the first q ties (ion put to every commercial traveler who
Tl>iU Loa Angeles, by oar geuiul neighbors ere tbe stupefied
person has said good day; abo*n hit samp lus or solicited
patronage. Well, we don't wonder at it, they can't handle
the quantity, and cannot get the inside price, aud as they
are not content with a legitimate profit they cannot afford to
sell tbe same lines of gooda and compete with urn.
This season we are showing an immenae importation of
the
Finest and Clioiccst Dress Ms.
Oar styb'i embrace the latest novelties in stripes, plaids,
plain and fancies. We are overstocked and our dress gs>ods
will be found in piles reaching to the ceiling and at
LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST!
This is no idle blow but a fact to be snbßtantiated by con
aulting our priiis aud comparing tbem with those of others.
We bave juat opened nine cases of
SILKS, VELVETS AND PLUSHES
In plains and brocades, and are selling these goods from 50
oruls to $1 50 a yard less than tlsewberu.
To morrow we will show over 600 new cloaks, wraps,
Mew Markets, seslettets, circulars, ulsters, etc , etc., in
every design and style imaginable We are sware that the
season is backward; that every house in town has made
large importations, are heavily sleeked, and if you think
the People's .Store ii going to keep these cloaks your badly
fooled. We know when we get n bUck eye as well as any
U dy and this entire line of wraps ia to be sold at le*s than
the cost of tbe material aud we stake our reputat on upon
the truth of this assertion.
We are OfTtTing Bargains in Gents' Furnishing- Goods
Th«l cannot be equaled In the Slate. Our Buy. clothing Depart
ment la doing a .plendbl trade, showing nur price. In be popular.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Is In receipt dally ol new noveltiea "for headgear, and this season's
■stylet- eiiihr.ii'e the must becoUiiiiK mnl de.slralile.
People's Store,
41-43-45 Spring St.
WW* B. Country Orders promptly filled. Onr Illustrated People's Protector and
Price list mailed fr 1p.,11 sppltc itiou. Handsome cornice poles given away with every
pair of lace curtains nf v yards of curtain net.
Important Information
PARENTS AND PUPILS
OF THE ]
Los Angeles Public Schools.
The contract made between Ihe Ro.ird of K.lucatien of I.oe Angelea City and the
Publishers uf Mclluffcy Headers 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 Exchange
Price oi the book desired for use in the school."
This very remarkable contract speaks well for the action of oar Board of Kduca
tion, aa it will save the Public a large amount of money in the buying of
new readers for thia term. We have been appointed Agent,
by the Publisher, for the Exchange of the McGuffey
Headers, aud the following
Exchange Prices will be Strictly Maintained:
McGiilTey'a Firat Reader 10 cents I Mcfiuffey's Second Reader 15 cent.
Mcfiulfey's Third Reader Jo cents | Mctinffey's Fourth Reader 30 cent.
Mdiuffcy's Fifth Reader 35 eente.
The following Text Books will also be Bold at Kachange Prices :
Recti a Word Lessons (in ex. for an old Sa inton Word Book or Analysis) 10 eta
Maury's Physical Geography, revised (iv exchange for the old edition) 75 eta
SaTThe Publio will do well to remember theae prices. In obtaining the books at
Kxoliaage Prioea, obildren moat of course bring ua their old books back.
411 other School Books and School Supplies at Lowest Prices.
PHIL. HIRSCHFELD & CO.,
aep24-ltn Booksellers ani Stationers, 215 North Main Street, Downey Block.
DISSOLUTION"SMiE!
$20,0001 TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS' 1 $20,000.
I WORTH OK
Furniture and Carpets,
In Order to Close our Copartnership.
We are Compelled to sell our Stock of Furniture and
Carpets at
Prices Lower than Ever Soli
IN LOS ANGELES.
ALLEN & THOMSON,
ae P t2 St SOUTH SPRIIaC ST.. LOS ASCELES.
Abernethy <fc Co.
Have Just Received Expressly for the
HT AX* Xji TIB. A DE
A Complete Lineof
Clothing, Underwear,
HATS, CAPS, ETC., FOR
GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN
AT
73 North Spring streeVLos Angeles, €al. IMIBM
OLAPP BROTHERS & CO.,
30 «Sc 32 mOIt-TH SH»»IMTa S-T*-,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
STOVES, MANTELS, AGATE WARE, RANGES,
ORATES, TINWARE.
HEATING ANI> COOKING STOVES A SPECIALTY.
HouMe Furnishing Goods in All Lines.
LARD A MD HONEY CANS ALWAYS IN STOCK:
SKS luli.V,. Witt' TU-IIA). NEW TO-DAY.
| f~ CITY OP PARIS,
The Peerless Dry Goods Emporium
AX OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, B*.H 9^
HHHh 105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, S£l^Jfl
a * m i} Pa nd opening! Fall and Winter, 1884.
LATEST PARISIAN STYLES,
MAGNIFICENT GOODS.
Beautiful Patterns and Unequaled Low Prices.
Our enormous stock of Ureas Gooda, Silks aud Velvets baa arrived,
and are now being displayed
bathes In tbe elty and the surrounding country are most cordially Invited to
call anil uupect this most Beautiful and Complete Stock. Nothlnir like It in South
ern Cslifomis.
IN STYLES, QUANTITY, QUALITY & UNIFORM LOW PRICES
WE LEAD.
Goods Marked In Plain Figures. "One Price."
STERN, CAHN & LOEB.
REMOVAL SAL]!.!! -
HKrOHK KKMOVIYI. INTO OI X ajTOBB.
Zeros*, is A*.xm xs north spriivo strbbt,
WE OFFER AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
SO Extra Fine Walnut and Mahogany Bed Room Sets. 75 Medlam Fine Walnut and Ash Bed
Koom Sets. 135 Low Priced Walnut, Cherry and Ash Bed Boom Nets.
We Have aleo made Great Reductions on Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Mattings, etc.
aVDo not fail to call ob ua before purchasing.
O. T. BARKER & SONS,
ae P t3tf StS. SS4 and ll'ttt Worth Main htreet, Wear Pico House.
EDUCATIONAL.
WOODBURY'S
Business College!
»1« N. llalai Ht., near Pioo Homm,
LOS ANOKLEB, OAL.
r. C.tWOODBUKY, Troprietor, and Manager of
■Ueßld's Biuineaa tjolleee, San Pnnclaco, loi tho
past aerenteen yearn, has opened a
FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS COLLEGE
Where Young; Men and Ladle, can acquire a
Thorough, Practical Business Edu
cation
For partlculara addrese
r. c. woodbury a co.,
jslOtf P. o. Boa 1367. Los Angeles, Cal.
E. PASS A, TEACHER.
Professor of FRENCH. Graduate of the DM
versily of Pails. Schools and private lessons.
No. 100 ALISO STREET, Los Augeles.
aug22lf
PIANOFORTE MUSIC TEACHERS.
Mrs. and Miss Deleval will give lessons ou the
Piano at their residence, :t7 Daly street, East Los
Angeles, or at the residence of pupil.. Address
through the Poetothce box 200, or liy personal
application at residence. sepal lm
PORTRAIT PAINTING.
Mr*. E. Ksplna, recently from Europe, has
opened a Studio at 315 W. huh st eet, where
■he la prepared to make Port nut. either in Oil
or Crayon, l-esson. given iv all branches of the
art. Terms rcaaoiishle. septl? In)
MISCELLANEOUS.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank,
OK I.OS ANOELES,
At the Close of Business,
m I'liniitH 30, its I.
ASSETS.
Cash nn hand |1174,S. r * 12
Cssb ou call and with
Bsnks 5»,71f. 61
Total cash |4.'M,072 73
I'liitcl States Ipercents
ami nlliertinycrnnienl
Bonds 411,'iliS 41
Loatu and dhteounti 9(»,4W 29
Iteul estate fi 11 o] 11.l filar
former Hank building. 2S,Wi 00
Vaulls, safes and ofllce
fiirelturc 6,472 3
sI.IUVJW H2
I.IAIIILITIKS.
Cnpltsl (paid up ) 1-200,000 00
Surplus and reserve . 325,000 uo
Total capital $ 52.1.0110 00
I'ndlvide.l profits mjtti 17
Due depositors 1.25.1.7W »V>
lily i.len.i- .leclaredand
lllicalle.l fnr) ... . 2.U'. 110
tl.aw.CT «2
laaslss W. Ilellman. President, andJuhn
Mlluer Secretary, of tbe Fanners' A Mer
chants Hunk of Lis Angeles, being severally
duly sworn, each for himself say that the
fori'irnlug sliiteineiil is true In Ills best kllowl
eilKCiin.f belief.
ISAAC W. lIELLMAN. President.
liiIIN MII.NEIt, Secretary.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
13th day of OctoluT, A. D. I*< 4.
JAMES C. KAYS,
[SslL] (isitU lm) Notary Public.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
First National Bank,
AT LOS ANOEI.ES,
ln the State of California, at Ihe close of
business
.1 Pi turn It SO, IBS 4.
RESOURCES,
faitins and discounts 1 -. i I .- i ■
tlverdrafts 13,600 00
11. H. Bonds lo secure cirenlMlioii 100,000 00
titberstock., iMtndssud inorteages 93,520 35
Due from approved reserve neeius 2*,001 53
Due from other Nstioim! lisnks 4,141 6S
Hue Irom Stale Banks and bankers 22..VH3 OS
Ileal estate, furniture ami fixture. 41,733 17
Current eapenses and taxes paid 13,734 72
Premiums paid V7O 73
Checks and other cash Ileitis 2.U1 M
Bills of other Hanks 4,810 00
Fractional paper currency, nick
els and pennies -o.t.t
Specie lS4,«g> 00
Legal tender utiles 5,980 00
Redemption fund with I' H Treas
urer (5 per cent of CIrCUUUiOB) 4,501)00
Total >1,3H5,710 80
LIABILITIES.
Cnpltal stock paid In I 100,000 00
Surplus fund 100,000 00
I'ndlvliled profits . 111.3117 30
National Itank Nnlos outstanding 80,000 00
Itnllinhi .Id. I". l--uli]eellecli'k 'JlO.V'Jt 1.2
In 1 . ,11,11, He- nl depnslt .'St.4«2 70
( Due to suite Hanks anil bankera 68,1117 27
Tutsi ,1,385,710 lit
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, j „
Cot'NTY or Lob Anuki.ks.l
I, William laiey. Cashier of the above
in, I Itank. do solemnly swear that the
itboie statement Is true to the bast of my
km.alcdge slid belief
" WM. I.ACY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
Mb day of October, IBS 4.
IHKAI..I J. A. OHAVES, Notary Public,
f nrria-t—Alteati
JOHN D HH'KNEI,I.,>
E X SPKNCK, { lilrwlora.
WU. LACY, octll lm
Gas Cooking Stoves,
VAHIOHH EfJPRI
For Sale or to Rent on Easy Terms.
Tb "" mmTmVvmnS* SifS'tSe""""
Price of OasreSnceS to $3.soDer lOOOfeet.
Are economical bb well.
LOS ANOKI.KH <JAH COMPANY,
ncllMia 0(t\0« No. 9 Houora - tn-et.
HO I FOR TBCB
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE!
We are Mow Offering
Greater Inducements Than Ever
All over the house so as to make room ror 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. mi . a
lON.
TO THK I. Al» I KM; I will sell rsgerdlessnf cost tor the neat :M,lara the tattooing article.:
Ladles' ami Chlhlron . t'lideraear, I,.dies' and Children's Suits,
Ladies' and Children. Hosiery, Ladies aiel children. Wrappera,
Ladles' and Children. Calico Suits. Ladles' and I hiklreo'a Worsted Sulla,
Ladles and Children . Cashmere Suit., Indies' ami children', silk Suit.,
Ladles' and children's White Suits, Ladies' and Childres s ohite orappers,
lilies' Linen busters. Isullsa' Mohair Dusters.
I .Mies' aprons, shawls, dotmans, cloaks. Ladies' haiitlouuc trimmed skirts in all colors and black
in calico, gingham., laous, delaines, worsted, cashmeic. I».ties' el..th, latin and mm, all ths o.j
from ;r. cents to ,75. Also a Isrite assortment of fancy good.. Mv Mlllb.srv Department nude to
lie seen to ba appreciated, as it has been .elided a tth rare by an experienced Milliner. In regard
to my Dressmaking Department, I oi,h to state to the l.dlcs ol Los An.el,, snd vicinity that lam
now prepared to Hll all order, at th. .honest notlre. As tn my work snd fitting. I c.n safely .late
without fear of contradiction, or othcroi.e I could not efwet to retain or increase air extenaive
trade. My prices are itil led tn !„■ in.er than tilnse .iff, re,l l.y u,y ~uyi|.,'-t ,• |.etit..rs in los
Angelee or anywhere Call at Mai V slain all., uri.ler st f.lmo Hotel. Oct! tm
11. H. MARKHAM, President F. P. JOHNSON. Secretory.
C. H. BHtDLKY, Vloe Pjesidcat. O. T. HT A MM, Treasurer.
■ neorporateil Augual 1, IKS. I Capital . gIOO.OOO.
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOTTER * BRADLEY,
WROI MALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
Wall Paper, Decorations, Etc.,
259, 261 North Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal.,
(OPPOSITE BAKER BLOCK,)
Axe Constantly receiving Hew (goods, and, on account of convenience
in handling and having bought at reduced orices, they are
SELLING LOWER THAN EVER.

mjl suHSiB "'" *"''"
MjSfmUM tir " made
Ih7ll lum ""
UU.aj*nU i , H || |] j guttn
lunaj HMwi'-i
PAINLESS EXTRACTION.
DR SMITH haa recently Invented an I eonatrtioted an unproved apparattia
that will in oae second, make the moat aching teeth ami the most painful
gum. M in.?n.."l. aTa stone. This make, teeth extracting iv all ease, -children
md adulta— abaolntely painleas and harinlttH. j}2Std
breaT I. bargains:
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY,
COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, THE 2GTH INSTANT.

I have just reoeivod an immense consignment of tin- ot lebrated lIANNAN &
1 HONS hand anil machine made
BOOTS aSc SHOES.
To make room for these goals I will have lo sacrifice 110.000 worth at a
low price. The attperior qunlity of my goods are well known to everybody, and
out they go if tbey will not bring firat coat.
A. S. Tel S3 DOIV A I, X>
aep2fl Im No. 48 North Spring Street.
-at"- ■v a a^aV.3ME>|
113 N. SPRINO STBET,
Haa juat moved into hia new quarter, and received n lame a„,l fashionable Block of
OXaOI-JHCfi AMD CASnviBRHS
Whioh be ia pnpamd to furnish iv suits to his patrons with bis uaual prompti
tude. His
PRIOEB ARE AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.

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