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UAILV HEKAH).
Bin*l« Ooploa of tbe H«i »l<J. 6 Oeol"
Herald sieum I'rlntliiK Honae.
The Raaau ateaot MDtlni linn.,. l§ w*
.nrDaosed l-v mn }'-'> I'llmlna i.nVe un the
pic-Ye -I i.i'il-l.lr ■ ( !-> >>■ FrineUe... In
Ivllltle. do dnln« J..1. wnrk 1...W prleea,
• Mnl wurk .iide.re.ilii.il tn.) In- relied itnoii
~ Hit. eßee
Siiciial Ni.tice.
Herrallerii.nl. ... ..I euinpanlM, aneletlm,
ataanliii il , ~'" ~ r k. in-. .....i m Ht.
111 it v ». liald ..l.ertl.emeiil. Were- 1,,
for phiee- nf worahlp .1 irMaUIMM dlteetor,,
Whleh will appear every Hiiuday inurnltiK
The ll,li>tl".eire Is eotllieel-il with I he
lelephone -,-tetn of Aligele. elly nnd
r.iunly orders f..r ndvertlM-nienl. ur Jot.
work mvv In- sent thronxh ltd. nieilfiiin tv
ntimln'r IM
The II rill I I. I - the i.ttlrl'il l.nper nl the elly
ol Loa I Offal*. I hi 'it; dweejutml MI llaU
and all utfirr in.iiiliipnl iintlee. appenr only
In Ita column.
Mr. H. N ROW* I. lhe Hinln Ann ntienl uf
the m»AUI
GROVER | CLEVELAND,
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
ut laMUaaa.
Full ntCMDaUttIAL KUWTORa
CM THOMaS ll'l. IISK,
ol t IU Frnlielsrn, of Huita clam,
, p IIHIUY, .1 T II IRHINIITON
of Hlltler. ol Coliiaa
W I IINNIN. KDWIN HWlNKllllli,
ol Trinity. nl Online;
M Mil. IN MtKIH, F II NU nl.,
.., 1,11,1.- ol Tllnlilliilie
JOHN A. HI ANI.FY. N,III IN I IIINKH,
of Alninedn; uf Contra Cista;
IIF..IIUF. I' MAHYF. I M '' tIO.S.
nl Hill Emiiel rt - in l'r.iii.'l-ro.
JAMF.H I Ml ItPIIY FHH lltll HIIIIK,
uf Hintn clam; nl H nil-tifriii;
». 11 WfSBB, t 1 »l« I'M.,
nf Monterey. "I 1 ulare.
R^VrDEL'VALLE,
Of Is.. AliKi'lea
_ „ in. M HMirii
for Hupei mi Judffea I 1.1,Ki1l HHKA I'
Kor iii.iriei Attorney tiuih n liltuw.N
Kor Iberia. II M IIAIOIAM
fbrOrmnlr rreaanrei J. w BKOAMKI,
Km Cnitil) i Ink A W. POTTi
Vor County llrr.u.lri I IIM, K. MII.KH
KrTaitlolleetor ham LEVY
KtrConnti Audltoi a R, hfpit.vf.iia
KorC.iniil) H.irvry.ir A II 111 X ION
Forlrmnty • ..nn i na. II NADKAH
Knr IHe AdmlnlWralm M r COTUDI
e.-velin -int. MMrM A Itltl 11 I KINM'N
Seventy seinith IH-lilrt « F II FA'l'll MAN
Seventy eighth lllslrtel W . I M Alt I IN
Klrst Hlrtrlei o. |TKtIBLBV
tf I Muriel JOHN I' Mi tit AN
T lit r.l District F. 11. HAY
rourtti nistriet tiF.o. iiiniih
Fifth liislrlet JACnll IW
i M, larttM .i i litpaq in
Town.hip lustier It A LINII
wm iroaaaiß, loan w onirriN
An csfeontod I'intlt'liipiirnry is nf
opinion llml "lln- Spnnisli vote will
be cast on |he right afftf in Noveiti
)«.r." Tbis view nf the matter is im
rect. Alt of onr Bpanish-Atnerfcar)
rutais Will vnto for "Cleveland und
Hendricks, Del Valle and Keform."
I'l.msi' .1.. mil allow Ibis fart tn la'
eruseil front lln* (hlili'lh of your iiicin
in v. RepnMiean imither.
TBI Time; Kntning Raw, SUUUi
MHttrnf •nd other iti<l<'|>••■■<l<>iit news
papers nt tin l Kilsli't n Stud's urt' lining
gunil work in •howing up tha bare*
laced falsehood! mad* public by Mr.
lUtiinu. Titu Mitiliguit letters, dam
ning tm they are, contain iml n tithe
<>f iliu refutation nf iteltheratte Ilea
Which ilitiiitg tin' prt'Sfiil I'ltiiiptiigii
Mr. Maine has I n loreetl to utter.
Kir. IMaine, during hil lung political
litV, lim Ih'i'ii noted mil only for the
Mitliiacyot Ida speeches but far the
■'use wiilt which hia pen sheds ink.
In bin eager tb'niri' to win the prt/.i',
nml unmindful nf the Mte nf rVMOen
tiui fttttiiiiiuii'H who tnitki' speeches ot
write tetters, he im* forgotten his
wonted I'tiniiiiig. Possibly the great a
ness of flint prize litis tempted liiiti In
oVrotlrh liitiisi'll. Of* it haS sci'ini'ii In
bim thnl. fortune fnvnt-ing the brave,
it was tlir better putt lor him person
ally to enter the political arena. Bui
wliih' speech is oi silver, silence is
gulilt'ti, and though words whtofa are
Hpnki'ii vanish, that which is written
remains. Tin's,' be trite maxttns, yel
of their truth Mr. Blame will be eott
viiu't'd ere the next iwn weeks have
gum- by. Even wbea he voted art his
home lu l was carried away by it par
oxysm nf thai madness which flic
gods tend tn those whoM they would
di.strny. Every lYnltiliilimiisl in tha
bind knows thai Mr. Maine, when he
voted ai the State election in Manas,
avoided tin' Issue, nn.l mi tlio ques
tion of prohibition,did not vote uf oil.
This wan mil tbe Alexandrian method
of siimli't-ing tin- tiordian knot; it wus
v poWaecHy makeshift --nn acted lie in
Maine Which the Bar thought would
bring bim fJeririan-Awterlcati votes in
tbe Weat. it was v aop thrown tn the
Oeftjeroj of pmliiliitinn, tbo hnndred
cyed. All over the etiuiitrv the pro
hlMtfton vote wHi in' un evidence of
what the esteem in which rtiscipleit nf
si. Joint bold Mr. Blame ajnottata to.
Ln urn iii in from tbe consideration
of national affairs to matters which
more nearly < tern un here in the
county of Los Angelea, fHate of Call
fomiH. Tito Democratic comity ticket,
in its greater part, contain* the names
of ußlasus who have been nominated
ami elected to office not lor the final
nor the second tin,,-, while noiuc of
them have been nominated ami elect'
ed a great*'t' atMnberof times than the
years of residence of mam citlsens
Who will vote for tbem it is well
known in the oounty ol l.os Angelee
thut these men have proved them
selves over anil over again Worthy ~i
the support of the people. Each one
Isissessos thai triune ipiulili, atioti
whirl, Thomas TitHhiana said whs nec
essary l„ tl„- ~ihc,-l„,l,lor. It is for
this reason 11,,- pecsjaa lish elected
then, to offioe continual!} ; for this
reason it will tinue to elect them.
The lessndations ,„ n„. proaawrttj of
the city uo,l county ol lam Angeles
were laid by Democratic hands.and
the people, not overlooking thai fact,
w ill intrust to Ik, ratio lutmls the
buildiagof the imi>osing rii|icrHtruc
ture of tin* doming state ul Southern
California, of which this city nml
, ounty I'm in the corner-stone. And
t1,,. convention oomposed of men who
wore wise aasaeJi to i mute lot
ofßee those trie,! servants of the
|s-ople, was wise enougl, to give them
colleagues who, though lew in n0,,,
Ist ami untried, are criually Worthy
of the people's confidence. The lte
pabtlcaa party has been ilnniinalit
bag rarely in the ilfluirH of the city
and eeant) ~f 1.,,- Angeles. The gam
nominated on the itepnhlicaS county
ticket, that is the few who have served
the Moat) heretofore, arc honorable
gentlemen though they he ol limited
experience in public affairs. The rt
mnimlcr of the ticket in composed of
goiilhiiaaa who arc honorable men
undoubtedly, l,nt wl„,. mifortunately
for their puUlli-al aspirations, have
hut little knowledge oi the political
needs of tills county. Intelligent
voters w ill not oxis-riom o much dith
culty in making their choice between
the BxSsth sof the tw,, parties
Ah Mr HiMiilrirkn nMimrkri, tin
p**oplf of tin* I'niU 'l States wiHhcH t<>
Hi*f the }Mili|i<- boofal of urn Mlliti-, fur
it is only too mm%%%m thut tfIMN hi
wrong uliuul U.oiu. The
tliii-viliß lhat Inn COM fo iluring
tin- paat few yi-um hin Inwn un
.-ilrtli. .I -01. ly hv the e-llnrtf ..I MSRa>
i-ratn Tin- four liiindred milliima ol
daHani ueu-nalbl) apanl apon a aaVj.
which hu» i .inleiin-; tin- noera
tlona nf tin- uaiiif nf IhicYt-M whirl,,
headed hy Schuyler Colfaa, Vici-
Preaidclll of the I'lliled Stut.-x. Inr
ei.lll yearn Inul full nwuv tin.ler tin
-1',...n1. in i ..f a man wlm aincu tli.-u
In- !»-. ii aHMlaa trail-Street
defaulter{ the njanlhwH ot thoae
~,w h.vn nf ih,- frVaSajfaea lat part-
»t batttM hy poreey, Kalloai and
linnly; the baretaead llwfiaof H'>w
|sta| lha patty Ihiertßa nl offleeraol
un laatfjliiMiwi nn aacrad un flu* Snl
dien.' 11n,,,,-;- in abort, tba toOff,
l.lark raoord nf robbery practired lot
the l:iaI twenty vents hy RepuWlcail
I'i'ili ihl otht-iala, pnu'tked continual
ly by Uieat f, the yke-PreaManl tn
111,- riwMM M.lt.ka-V ill tin- WhWrn
lIiMIKP, In BUlßclflttl eVMMOt Ulltl
Hmmli ratowMM. WUy » 1.1
nur Kepnbllcan fri.-inlH Oavrpal IttM
m " •lemand ..( Mr. II Irieki
an.l otaMr lovi-ra u( lln-ir foiintiy
wit.- it imi that the), dreaded thr da
ulimarM tltat are InerlMbul? M Ilk
KreatMl ol aeptibHcaAl hlm-m hi
puMktatu were I ti tald, thbi Ii ■
gotrernment •>( tin- people, liy tin |a-n
--pla mul fnr tin- |ir..pli- And tha
|n-opli- protjptai thtlt tbOM limikn
hIihII 1..- I'xiniiiii.-il, nn mattef what
may tn- tin- ttiiiii-rini hdinlUatloa in
rot red in the ptiMloattoM nf Un hal<
tmet ah—l no Btatter wtiaae prnattal
mmi ahall Ml, M Ihaaa nf rjoKaii,
BatlOOOk ami Un it air |>liri-H fi 11,
in the |ufllotine nf imhlir n|iinii.n.
lur , in,, wm- to the Vanquished
und ii I >a-ti■ >-1 itt i• - AHOTTM3 (reneral
nf fill- llMtml Slnti-n Vl-ry «h.ullv will
DaMi reoaral aflia Imililiwi wlm iiure
limn tfalerea in wtah thai the* hud
nam been born, Nut .miy will lha
•Matt he turned out but they will b*
pnatthad in a manner ao
Hint tin iin- . tut of time their lutwaa
•on la ofHce erill prefll hy ilu-in-x
Maple.
'I hr MolHllnl*.
II mn, 1,,- - ii.l. nl -i w itti ii HtiUri cer
tnltily. thnt n,, slinjlr eleiiieut cm he In.nni
I lute nl tr I) purr, l.r dls.lss, ,r |„
Itntn nthrr i.u.t.-rlnl I hr Inw nl nfhiilt),
which I- ever) where i. Hostel, tins 1,.el
Inrac p.rl 111 the work whleh everywhere
ii I haervatlntl these Inwsul iinin
111, whirl! lire hr« int! In lm umlrrsl I,
nn wllh n pusilivr wiileli Is determined
Ir. BOUdltl Whirl, nr. r. ill-ln 111 ly lU.ull
Heil. A -.11.-l whleh a|.|eirc„Hy lm- nn
"I Inwperablt tltraetlun f.u iher,
win- I. i-i "I I.) mi) fureet whirl, in.) I.i
bnaill.l in hem itpi.it li, Immeillnlely sin ks
Assncliitiiiu with other elententa Id inrm n
new eomi nd,trarylnff lv innny iHirtleuinis
finin their prceedeat.
A wider Inveatlfatlol of the c Iltlona
Whleh prevail nml the mil I whirl!
I- everywhere piaaanteq ku nur nh
seivnll shows hut one stnte or
link iv Its in.l nil nl pr.n<rcsK fnuu the pnsl In
the luture W Inn wr l.eli.il.i Is in ■ -ru-r
l.illnpnei. lv thr hlslury ill ilevelnpinrul
III!,, nl the 111,..1 Whirl) .HUH..,I -llli !■
Is enter, iel this rutistnuoe, l.j in,, nctloii of
ei-rtnlii well kniiwn furee. w I.it'll may lie
readll) npplii'd. may hr rhnlianl Intn rule
• llieell I Idlsi or vnpurl/r.l 1'.i11.1l
Hull, nml l.nl v slrp ll hrr dlirrtlim re
ilitees It ti, n solid, thus npll. el |.l 111.-1 lie
point Whirl. Wr Wl-ll tv prrseiil, ll- ll lllr
Inw nr fiel Is true mardlui every dnete
eletni'iit nr cmnhiniitluii ut rlet ts with
whleh tolontlflc obwrvatlon mine- In i
met. .
Tile itilpnrln lire nl nu ill, e-l lmitli.li intn
the prrrr.letit lilliili-, nnd lllr I,IW W lllr ll
anverns fnrilinllniis hns nut rrrelve.l -illll
elrlil riiii-l.lrr.illoh Tills Is well shown In
nllln et i fIC llnper Minns v llusr hl.tury ...
l.n hns been marked I t en tiled i I.)
Iwo iinlnvoriililc hirlurs whlcli - 1.1 l.c
rlliiiimiteil, 111..5 r.i, rust nml Inns.
II Is nisi, lieuluuliic In I letslnud Hint
II In,iulr.lv, ut tlir n.i I elements
ii lueh enter mm the .motion nml form
ml,,n ..I Ir re Is w I.iel. must he solved
before definite reautti car, be achieved in
many linen ol these luipiirlniil Industries
.lependlm.' in.uti nu I'X'ICI iiri.illiiiliilii.ii.il
Hie in rial f1,,. 1 iryitiu i|ii ililli- of the
iri'lUi'l'i'l li'ireeli |.ir, l'iu|r- tin- I'lefinit'r' rr
suit whleh i- -.. Imp,.n inl.r-| i illy in thi-
Uu.- ul business-. II is. In.never, evident
thnl were We full,' nc.|U ,1 lilted 11 Itll I lie ill I
ferelll element, wiileli nre prr.eliled In Ille
ure nud the tinlille ..[ the etlerls pr, ,1 1
by nmeliliiK mul ei.tfni operlttona, thnl
till, evil iiotlhl hi II) leliirillril Ml
operations inual, ul liecesslty. l.r hnplin/. .r.l
nn.l rl .In until ~ rr il 1.'.-l- nl the inrls
hat In si itillshed. 'the s„in,, ihliie la
une lv retard to all thi nfet nml miuirtala
w l.irli pri ti.t'in nu iinjn vI i tit port 111 thei ll
A. .tilled, Ihr hl-tnrv nl luetnllnrKV hns
heel, c.iisl.inil, I,l,mnl' lo Ihr r rd.'of in
iiiirii.,,. nud lirknl ii seiciilllle know Imler
which w.uilil revenl the m r with which
"\- 'i!"i'.'m'!w, smrltri' "ml li'i'noir'r i.l'rl'i n,••
praetloalli wnrklnt with unknown tffenta,
nl which thry have su little know Icdec lint
their ..per.ill.ui- nre pr.ietle ill) little le
liuin i i n.i,. experiment!-. I 111. Inii-I nil lie
rhnliar.l with whirl knuwle.li-r nml n heller
innii r-lniiiiliif which inn.l he gained hi n
c ireful slu.lv uf the eli'lnents which nre
nulled limli-ri-rrtnii .1.-finltr laws tufmiii
lhe siil.-l ■,- whleh c I ~! Inraely 1
the eivlllz.itiuli mnl ii.lviilirrinent nf Ille lm
man race. The key to tneeeaa Ilea in a
knuwlrdtr of Ilir Ilr.l principles aud 5i,.,,.,
nml tin- furm-itlie Inw- ul lhe uuiver-e
I7ii. iii,ii H' Mew.
Their First Appearance.
KuYelQfnsa wrrr tlr-t v r.l in IMy.
Aiuestheslii wi- flr-t .li ierr.l in IM4.
Thr His,< tteel pin wns made In Mat
Thr Itraf nir punip wn- i Ir in ItiM.
'flu- llr-t dully pnprr np|.r irrd In 171. J.
Tile Ilr.l lui-lfcl uinlch wns miiilr In 17'JH.
Mnhminnrd wn- horn nt Meer i nl t '.70.
The first I. ill.mil ii-i'eiit wn. iivule In 17HN.
The fit.l Iron unship wns t.nllt In l:t:».
C 'lies were firsl used 111 KtlKlilliil ill l.'.Ti.
Thr first horsr r.iilmn.l wns l.ulli lv mai '.-7.
The Frnliriseiilih arrived in Knulaml In
laa
The firsl ateamboal piled the lliiilsi.it iii
P«J7.
rhe entire llehrew Bible wns nrl I in
ltsa.
Hhips wrrr first " copper hotl.nurd " lv
17KI.
Hold wns Hrsl ili.rnverrd in California in
lata.
The flr-l Irlrseupr wns used in Khnlntul in
liais
Christianity wns InUwdUOefl int.. .Inpnti iv
The Brsl watches were m ulenl Nurenbtll I
in H77
First snw maker'! inrll i.ru.iKhi n later
len In IM'J.
Firsl iilitt nine pritileil l.\ rue Ynn Kur
bach iii i no
The first news'eiper nilverttsetneiit up
i.i'iired iv teas,
Pereuaalot, arm. were used in ihe United
The Int ti I a In .live In Ihln 808.-
Illilliil.il.es" wrrr drat lUlradUeKl 111 Nrw
Yurk in UM
K. r IM) Wa. Rrnl natal Inr liehtiii K pur
The (Iroffl.u factory in the 1 Hmtrs
01 Ma window, were hrst Introdaetat Into
Ki.Klmi.lil. theris-1.11, century.
The Ilr.l stem, eiiei Oil tilieill
wis liri.us'ht fr Fur Inn,l n, 1T..:,.
T.lr Ilrsl couiple,,. sew iiil; luncl wns
pntrlit nl l.y Kil l- How.-, Ir , ia. |s„,
tne tir-1 s teati 1... Hu- Proraotlon ..(
iTiri-lian KuiiwTeilffe wnn orunulted iv lif.is
t he Itrsl Hltciupl lv niiiliulncliirr plus it.
lln- llitry-was iiiiidr not nflrr Ih. unr of
I Sit.
I hr Ilrsl prnvrr I k of Kdwnrd VI. eaat.
i Usr hv n.ltllurllV ut I'.ltlillllll'lll un W hit
B ■). I 'O
t hr Ilrsl I pernliei- surlrly iiillii-e
try Itntn iiii/ed in Hnriilniin rnuiilv. Nrw
Yurk. ill Mnrrh. IMC.
ITir tlr-t Doaot In Hciliind w is hroiiL-ht
tlillherin 1.n.1. w lien Qaeen Mm v r nur fr..tu
Kriinrr tt In-hitlKi'd ,o Alrxnii.ler 1...r.l
Pmon.
The 111 illilfnrliirr uf puri-rlnlli Wilaiutr..
■ litce.l Int.. Ihr I'rovilirr ul Mr/In, Inpnl.
irom China, lv I .I I, nml H«|U wnre slill
the Ilrsl nin-lrty- fur thr rxeltlslve purp.-r
..I riri'iilnliua the lllhlr wns orfaolaM lv
inc.. under the name nf lhe Hriti-n nml Km
elffn lllhlr H. eiely.
I hr Hr-l Irlrurnph inslriiinriit wnssu
I ,11. ..permed l.y H F B. M,.r-e. the mm,
nr, In laa,-,, „,...,«,, n , ullllly wn- not drln
Imtrd In Ihr world unlll lata
i lir lir-1 I nioii Raff wns unfurled un ihr
Ist ..f Jnliuary. 177H, uver the r imp it, <' ini
l.rhlL'e ll hnd I lilrtecu s| rtprs of white and
red, nml retained tbe Raffiak eroaa in nn.
When lUptalll Cmik Itrsl vlaltml Tahiti lhe
.n..- ii. rr iisliil' nails u( woinl, ln.ne.
•hell I si..ne When thcv naw Iron lv.ii.
I ted then, 11. In- -I s nf some very
lord wu ..I. nnd. de«lrl..u. n! aeruriOK sued
n vnluahle comni.nlltv, Ihev plnnteil mem 111
their fftr&eaa.
United states Wool Production.
Ihr wnnl pmiluetluu in thr Culled Hutr.
auioiiiited tv 4T'i.iau.uou pounds Inst year.
UMa stnn.l- nl Hi, hind with i,.am,HHU
iniunil. MZI Clime. I alitor,,!.. I7.UUU.OHJ
Vli'n'iMßai lia. pn,;',''-, '-•'»»M"»/J« j m | U'l«. Itwtl
.'.itWotxi pouii.i- ii'rr 1 !;.,'! ,!i!,'i
Terrltnry, n,«a.,ii,,i, hh.l the ..inn sutes nnd
Terrllurles li— than l.inu pnuud eh.
The Plain Truth.
HerlaTl H|H;iicer'i. lurid rem irk that " M v
incidental force f.illliui on an aut-r.-y r..u
laiutni tiki* and unlike unlU leffKrefralaii
thr like llllltn and MCpJirulis tbe Unlike,
uever atrikaH the ftmrng mm ao forcibly an
a hah a UitOt refuitef ho trust him for a new
>pnut: unit.— Norhstown Herald
Maine M4a fnlr in excel Lincoln '■ lama aa
.. "*l<try.leller"'— [Saratoga Sun.
It j .1L tl.' I- .ll|.|Ml...|i 111 HtX-111l
bourn rvtjrauinc [h.it In- didn't bare tw>m«
Uitlilul 1411 MV 1., in.lii.. the i.iiUKi-nt M.lvic..
"la-nr Hlaiuc. .101 l I wrllff. —iPliila.l. 1|.1..«
Tim....
Wrap Department
I ii* un- ii 11 ii r thai have rifdvd our Kail
and W inter stock nf wrap.aud the same low
■rloes uf the pact -i,„:; rule ut the present
We-lmw h li.rv.T m-Mirtiu.-iit than ever. You
can mhi- iii..h«-> l.y vlrltiiu; llii- department.
SA, aud £in North Mum hUkcL
I.OS AXGELEg DAILY HEBALD. WEDNESDAY M()l{\lN(.. OCTOBER 22. 1884.
NKW TO HAS NKW TODAY
We are Still at tha Old Standi
The success of the pant ytvt has inspired us with
confidence for the luture. We are juntly proud of
our success, and will continue our efforts to merit the
confidence and patronage ol lhe public.
— our, ssoonrs —
ANNUAL GRAND OPENING,
Witli the choices! assortment of Tailor-made
fine garments —equal to custom made—in the
Latest t|i|iroic<l Styles—will commence on
SATURDAY, 27TH INST.
We iinife all to a critical examination
id' flic Sf ties, I ii. Trimming and Making
of our Sulfs. The particular attention of
parents is called to our large end varied stock of
Hoys' si lid Children's Stilts. Remember,
you take no chances at lhe
Boston One Price Clothing House,
13 NADEAU BLOCK.
dealing ie Ihe rule. Une price to all.
Money refunded if purchase is not satisfactory. »„,,■>,,:,„,
One IVTo re Kritei prise
THi: FIRST JEWELRY MANUFACTORY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
OPK.NKH ItV TIIK
LOS ANGELES JEWELRY STORE,
No. 24 North Main Street.
X.. 3VL. Wn(nor. O. V. Mohrif.
Factory 16 Requena St.. Los Angelee, Oal.
We oall lhe aneritinn ef bunittry Jeweler, in Snuthern California to the Inet thai we
hive i.I >i .Irwclrv Mnnilfiirlnri In I.ns A unclet nli furnlil, where we execute every
thlni! In llrst ohi-s style I Iml -k 111 uf Ii iml nml mm liliivi y i nn a 1... nl the lowest pussll.fc
price. All orders nr.. T .r...ial>tl> Riled when ..r.l. n I Ur should In- |.lr:i-e.l lo rcrriir »n\
kin.l ol nn order Iron, tin elty or ulir I Onr s|.ecli.lly la the inniiiifnrtiirltm of tine
i)'lirl/<; 1", Hun I stettilics nml " r.lil Chains People will find ll to their lliterc-t lo
c ill on lis, tiK wr menu n nil, wli.it we sty ■■~i 1,1 n X Int.-iepicsehlcil In our line. We will
give enillilry Jewelers the licncfll nf mil sll vrr pliltei! wiirr ns rhenp aa they enn Ret It In
the elty of Hun Kn.nelsau its wr Inly illtrrt fri.in the itintmfnrtllrrr nml klvc ynn ns turtle it
.li-eiinnl ns nny .me vt r buy fnr rish nn.l sell Inr cnah lull dnwtt. In every body 'I
r.Mrh. try ..nr prima on silverware—yuu will In- nstniilshr.l lu.w low they nre.
— NKXTCnMKs tm; AssAVINU 1 ]. 11.1., Ml |.v llt AN II Q.P ARTZ N UGURTH.
We advance any m it ul tnnney mi OKE OF QOI.I) OK SII.VKK sent to ua for As
s.iylti., ami don l juit furerl ll Ynn eel nil voui vie Is worth In value of It. H. a..ld ei.iti.
ll.e In nl ~( Hit- enterprise Is onr rellnl.le .lew.lei, MI. U miner, wl lne In this elty
nei.rly three year. «Ko, eitiniiirnrlnit in sum 11 st vie tint ndi mii'lne strt. l.y step, nml is now
I "iir pi i.in i ..<■!.t .Ir iv.ler- nml M. im I m i-r. nn.l Mn miens In H.iuthrrn I "ill i fnr n i.i.
II ily rirr.m.|ilUhnl Hil. Dir..unit hnnrstv. 1n.1.i-liv nnil fnlr denllui|» wllh his rust.,in
rrs All who know Ml U,.|...ri ..ill tin,l Ii Em eeneet in nil hi- I tr m.nrt Inns. Mr
in an nld r-tprt iriii i d hiiml In. thr Inst thill) yr.irs in thr Welch nnd Jewelry business.
The p irlnri In this lute enleipi ise Is (' K. MuhriK, nn old. honest inniiiifnetiire, nnd rest
drill of H „i Krni.eNe... lor Ihr lot X. ynn-. nml lei- iiei.l,- up his mlii.l ~, Hie thr h ilnnee
of hi- life In I.ns Anurles. Ynn will nml him trii.lii m thy In nil lisinsnrlluus I drnliiiu-.
Our line In Hold nnd Silver Wiitchc- Is ~, In, iv In II lly. Ynn will tin.l n
tin.' n ted s|„rk In Jewelry "I nil kind-, I ~« I„w ns il enn he anld. We don't -ny thnt
we will-ell lit enst. tVe.'lllliln Hint, lis wr lime In meet nur expenses. We call tile «l
lenli I onr ln.lv nml unit Inn in customer. In the fuel thnt lv Ihr [nl.irr llnir mnl nrilers
"ilcn tuns will ll.llr prmnpt nltclitlnn. Hon t tnl'io t lln- In- thurlrs Jeweln Store,
ll.i-is tl Iv pi ins In in I ilidiini . where M. inul. irtiuliu; nnd A-snyiin; is dime.
Uenreresi tlnlly y..itr«,
WAONEH MOlinlGr,
I It. WAtiNKIi, iii-ner.il Mnuiiiier.
orIT lm No. -Jt North Mnln street. Knelnry No. HI Itcquetut St., lam Angelea, Cut.
J-,* lilt. A. W. Hit I NKK.RHOr'F'H HY'STKM OF RKCTAL TREATMENT!
nrl NKW—I* AIN LESS—B A EE—CERTAIN—AND PATKNTKJUI
IMP . m tt I OVKK 100,000 oi ekations—NOT ONE DEATH!
UHiA.ltl ! \v 11.1, (11Y K 1 1,001) FOR ANYCABR OF PILBB WE CAN'T CURE t
NO N
CURE,
NO
PAY?
HKKtllllTAßf ( ONNrtIITIIIN A M >"■'■■ I KM T tl. (Tl.tlT.lt ITSI' ABFIKTI
IF not TOO LATE you CAN BE CURED ! Come and tee MM Lame Back Nervous
I'mslriitlon riin.ili>nlliiii ItlnrrherH - nteenMe.l Hltlnc.M. 1.1 , er, Ntomnrh.
Hlnaldrr Hen it Tnnihli- Iw, of ni-miirj Irhiarj mill Womb Trouble—
HlmifliiK ofßowe-ln l>, ao.-iinln nil ronnlt from I *V'f.AM *■ AUOV nnd tell
Xl, plalnlY lhat ton hne REITA!. I 111 HI Tbonnnd. die rrom It! l orn*,
cured be-fore."trO I.ATKI I'OHISI'I.TATIoai l Ht;,:l Chara-M BetMonable.
UK. O. bUUAK «a«MI 1 If, "!W.V«r ,M
STOVES FOR EVERYBODY.
E. iBROWN
ttM Has on hand » lanre sto.tk ol
, A I NC AND COOKINC STOVES,
Tin, Sheet Iron and Agate Ware.
44 South S|>riiis. l.os inur-lcx, California, of* lm
H. H. BIX BY, ".me aud nee nur nrw brick stable, With
i 1,-. n.. filth and no loafer*. Udlar
..Ulna rooma, electric light, roomy Mnlla,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, •» un. ,«*u™, .na^
thitiK new and Brat clana. Horaea, fed.
Nos. 117 and 119 East Firsl St.. bo * rda4 ' ■ old| "-y* 1 * " r " u "
~!,, ti OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Telephime No. 252. f"' ""
huhndaiilj cfc rinn it ins
Ifavr opened nn eslnhllshinent in the Hrnn.l oMkl lloime Imlldlng for
Jpeptiriii TiniiiJ and Poliskisi Pianos and orpns.^
Thy are \irents fur the Pianos of llcnrv X Miller, Itoston; Hemine A U»ng. Han
Kr taeo QluiaaUtn A Tnllei York, and the lavlor A Farley nrnHns.
Moth niciiiti.-r. t.f il..- firm nn- workmen of tn tny \cir- ex-.ericnee in Khtilaml nml
Anu-rict iin.l «>it n iii'ike any i>nrt of n I'imio nr nr«an : they em i licrefurc ir-niirnnlee first
elti« w.trk in ~u\ i inifiil ..I Iheii ami ha\ *■ at pre-ciit thu only i-«t.tblisliinciil
in l.n- iinct-le- -ii.-cirill) iir. pHr.-.l for this hnsincss. rianos sn.l orffana to rent. *W Mn
LITTLE'S CHEMICAL FLUID,
The Nhet p llln \nn 1-olNonniiN anil ItlMlntrotaiit
Btat In wa lot IMb to Mkaan Md Wj btoa la toMfta and Oatvaai ami of jrn ai . urativepov*
ers for stiwk <>f nil k md- eolUr and s i.lillr k til" iti ti.>rn't, iti vi.c and h>s>f disens,-, kills chicken
1,,.,. | r -km dis.-a.sr in h.iv,'s •■he. ksde. {nf f I. .-lon/.t * impure air in liwrv stalilw-.
LITTLt'S SOLUBLE PHENYLC. I. rfe<t aaaaptia in .m hanls or vine
\ Mr,l- finr ttiteed 1 i ,-urt' il'"i I'liluui ni it li.ml injin \>•> v. i'th' is ii.,n >'"rr"siM- nnd ih I>, »t
.th, i, nitMHt «il. ; .-..1 d «at.-r Tn il All tint i., .Id \» uiLiraiiUswl to aoooioplish its olij.«t
Ihr.-t'ii.ins «ith every can. I'all on oraildnw,
SUTHERLAND HUTTON,
p. o Bui i»7. an Kuoin t, Paatatawi m..-k li< AafMia,
W. WESTERNHAQEN. M. BCHIMMEL
H. SCHIMIVIEL & CO.,
BOOTS <Sr SHOES,
25 Stmtii Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Age ate for the Pacific Coast for Witteman,
Host & Cos hand and machine sewed fine men's Boots
aud ShoeS. aep->7 In,
O <> jSI X- ,
WOOD, HAY AND CHARCOAL.
HOLMES & SCOTT 187 S. Snrlnit HtreeU nio
Martin Rosenberg,
Designer and Interior House Deco
rator,
in Uncraatt Wittot. p*im, poM, silver,
brawn, brocade, plain and f.mry tint* innii,
oaaatlfl or water color*. PaTOaa uiintini.
their n^iili-iice-1.1-aiitifled will please rail
and examine sample- nf my decnratlniis, nr
address Mi W.-i s.-wnth street. 0«*m?
hours, I to 4 r. w. octia lm
E. H. HYDE & CO.,
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
Ko. !»«.■-! rirat Mtrrrl.
All klr.fl. ol aril. furnt«hocl OeffeaMMl ata
■MM v- ...i.. i . W.wi.ii M<|> mM
. nia ...... - i ' Hmi Ha
var, etc. oai lv.
CALIFORNIA
LIVERY and FEED STABLE,
r.!> X. Main street.
I nulla c, H. WATTS, Proprietor
W. If. Madman A Co.,
Employment Offlce,
1» W. First si..« i«ln< « Bl'k.
j All Kinds of Help Furnished Free.
U|| Kill
NEW To DAY. AEW TO DAY.
f- ITI SELL THE
People's Store?
—THEN —
YOU UIT SELL TO lIS.
Is tin* first qui-ittiin put to every commercial traveler who
visits Lot ABftWM, by onr genii., neighbors ere tbe slupetterl
person baa auh! Jay; shown hia samples or solicited
pitnmage. Well, we don't wonder at it, they can t bamlh.
the quantity, and enn uot get tbe inside price, and as they
are nut mm nt with a legitimate profit tbey cannot afford to
sell tbe same lines of goods aud compete with us.
This season we are showing an immense importation of
the
Finest ani Choicest Dress Goods.
Our stylei embrace the lateat novelties in stripes, plaids,
plaiu ami fancies. We are overstocked and our dress goods
will he fun ml in piles reaching tv the ceiling ami at
LESS THAN ffHOLESALE COST!
Thin is no idle blow hut a fact to be substantiated by con*
Hurting our prices and comparing them with those of others.
We have just opened nine caies of
SILKS, VELVETS AND PLUSHES
In plains nud brocades, and arc selling these goods from 50
cents to $1 TA) a yard less than tUewhere.
To-morrow we will show over 500 new cloaks, wraps,
New Markets, aealettets, circulars, ulsters, etc., etc., lv
every design and style imaginable. We are aware that the
season is backward; that every house in town has made
large importations, are heavily stocked, and if you think
the People's Store is goiug to keep these cloaks your badly
fooled. We know when we get v hlnck eye as well as auy
body aud this entire line of wraps is to be sold ut lese than
the cost of the material and we stake our reputation upon
the truth of this assertion.
H> are OtIV ri ltur^aius in Gouts' Goods
Thst ciniiot he c'lualeit in the Stste. Our Boy's Clothing lU'jmrt
meut Is doing ii splendid trndc, showing onr prices to he popular.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Is lv receipt dully nt new novelties for headgear, and this season's
atyies embrace the matt becoming nn.l desirable.
People's Store,
41-43-43 Spring St.
aWN a Cnunlry Orders promptly ailed. Our Illustrated Feople'a Protector and
I'rlcTTlat mailed free upon .ipplle itinn. Handsome cornice poles riven away with every
Itnlr of luce curtains i.ft; yard- "I curl tin net.
Important Information
PARENTS AND PUPILS
OF THE 1
Los Angeles Public Schools.
The eon tract made between the Hoard of K.lncatirn of Lua Angeles City and the
rnl.li.lt. i - of MeGoAf Readers reads as follows:
"Any Pupil having a reader of any grade or kind,
whether in use or not, can obtain the Book de
sired for use by the payment of the ExdlUllgC
Price ol the book desired for use in the school."
This very remarkable contract speaks well for the action of onr Board of Educa
tion, oa it will save lite Publio a large amount ol money in tlte huying of
new readers fur this term. We have lieen appointed Agents
by the Hubliehers for the Exchange of the Muliuffey
Headers, anil the following
Exchange Prices will he Strictly Maintained:
McliufTey s First Reader 10 cents I Mctiuffey's Second Reader 15 centa
MctitifWs Third Reader 25 cento I MrUnffwy'a Fourth Reader HO centa
Mclieffey'a Fifth Render 35 cents.
The following Text Hooks will also be sold at Exchange Prices :
Reed s Word Lessons (in ex. for an old Bw inton Word Book or Analysis).... 10 ct«
Maury's Physical tieography, revised (in exchange for the old edition) 75 eti
tWTwt Public will do well to remember these prices. In obtaining the books at
Exchange Prices, children must of curie bring us their old hooks back.
411 other School Books and School supplies at Lowest Prices.
PHIL. HIRSCHFELD & CO.,
aep24-lm Booksellers au 1 Stationers, 215 North Main Htreet, Downey Block.
DISSOLUTION SALE!
$20,0001 TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS' | $20,000.
WOKTH OP
Furniture and Carpets,
In Order to Close our Copartnership.
We are Compelled to sell our Stock of Furniture and
Carpets at
Prices Lower im Ever Sold
IN LOS ANGELES.
ALLEN & THOMSON,
sept 2 IW HOI TH SI'KIM. ST.. LOS IM.CI.KS.
Abernethy <fc Co.
Have Just Received Expressly for the
lE* A. Xa Xa TIR Jfc I* JES
A Complete Line of
Clothing; Underwear,
HATS, CAPS, ETC., FOR
GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN
IH North Spring street. Los Angeles, Cal. Imtm
CLAPP BROTHERS & CO.,
30 .Sc 32 BTOBTH SPRING* ST.,
MANUFACTURERS AND UKALF.KB IN
STOVES, MANTELS, Ai.ATE MAKE, ItANt.KS,
GRATES, TINWARE.
lii VI IM. AM) < OOltlM. STOVES A SPECIALTY.
Houae Furnishing Goods in All Lines.
LARD AND HONEY CANS ALWAYS IN STOCK:
, aun .'vi
NKW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY, NKW TO DAY.
CITY OP PARIS,
• The Peerless Dry Goods Emporium aSKa*
OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, SHip
Brand Opening! Fall and Winter, 1884.
LATEST PARISIAN STYLES,
MAGNIFICENT GOODS.
Beautiful Patterns and Uneiiu tied Low Prices.
Onr enormous stock of Dress floods, Silks and Velveta haa arrived
and are now being displayed
Ladles In the cltv and the aurroucdlnr country sre moat corJlalli invited to
csll and Inapect thla moat Beautiful atid Complete St..el, Notliii.K like il I" South,
crn Calllornla.
IN STYLES, QUANTITY, QUALITY & UNIFORM LOW PRICES
WE LEAD.
d.ootls Marked In Plain Fig ores. "One Price."
STERN, CAHN & LOEB.
BBPOBK KRMOVINta INTO OUR MTORK,
STOS. 13 AND 15 WORTH SPRlmot STRBBT,
WE OFFER AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
SO Extra Pints Walnut and Mahogany Bed Boom Nets. TS Medium Fine Walnut and Ash Bed
Boom Hets. 125 Low- Priced Walnut, Cherry and Ash Bed Boom Bets.
We Have also made Great Reductions on Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Mattings, etc.
*-)> I not fail lo call on ua before purchasing.
O. T. BARKER & SONS,
septatf 322. 844 and 3*« North Main Street. Near Pico Boose.
EDUCATIONAL.
iTOODBURTS
Business College!
810 V Main Ht.. near Pico House,
LOS ANOELES, CAL.
f. c.'WOODBURY, Proprietor, and Manager of
Heald a Huslneaa College, San Francisco, lor the
paat seventeen yearn, has opened a
FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS COLLEGE
Where Young Hen and Ladls. can sci|Uire a
Thorough, Practical Business Edu
cation
For particular! address
r. C. WOODBURY » CO.,
JelOtl P. o. Bot 1367, Los Angeles, Cal.
E. PASSA, TEACHER,
Professor ol FRENCH. Oradnate ol the Uol
vorsity ot Palis. Schools and private lessons.
No. 100 ALI9I) STREET, Los Angeles.
eug°itl
PIANOFORTE MUSIC TEACHERS.
Mrs. and Miss lv lv ill .111 aire lessons on the
Pl.no al their residence. H7 liai. .tr.-. t, Ka.t lam
Antieles. or at the resiilt-1 il pupils Address
tin...ul. (tie I'oatoHlCf hex '.'WI, or t..\ personal
.il-l-li■ ati hi at residence. aep2o lm
PORTRAIT PAIRTINC.
Mra. K. Eapina, recently from Europe, has
opened a Studio at 315 W. Filth at l et. where
she is prepared to make Portraits either In Oil
or I'm,on. la-satins given in ail hnuieheaol the
art. Term, reaaonalde. aeptll! lm
MItvCK'I.ANKOI'S.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
OF THR
Farmers' & Merchants' Bant
OF U)H ANUEI.F.H,
At the Close of Business,
M I" I I Tlllllt :io, ISSt.
ASSETS.
('Bshnn hand . .tXIi.Ke 12
I ash nu call and with
Hanks 5»,71e 61
Total cash 1434,072 78
United States 4 per cents
nml.it).t-Hiiivt-rument
Bonds . 111,2 a* tl
Loans an.l .lis.-..nnts Has, l.'.y a.
Ileal estate (including
lormer Hank l.itllillng. 2*,9fi6 00
Vaults, safes and ofllce
furcllttre 15.1.2 3
tl.at»,'2'i7 B2
LIABILITIES.
Capital (paid up.) tJffIO.OOO 00
Surplus ami reserve . 32/.,000 00
Tolal capital t r.jr,.00«l DO
rii.llvi.le.l profits .... Pl,:lll II
Hue depotitpn ism.-m M
l.|ii.leiiils(.leelareilaml
iliu-alled lori 2,14f> 00
11 ,s.i 7 ' J
I.ialas W. Hellmae, Prattdeht, andletta
Milner, Seeretury, ol the Fiiruiers' A Mer
ehstlts' Its Ilk ot 1., is Angeles, l.eini: sevcrnltv
ilulv snoru, each lor himself say tint tin'
foreio.iiiy -t.lti'luelit is true li. tils liest know 1
rift ami belief.
ISAAC W lIF.LI.MAN. President.
JOHN MII.NEIt, Hecrelsry.
Sworn lo Slid subscribed lief.ire llie this
1 'th .I n ~1 iictoher. A. II HUM.
JAMES C. KAYS,
[H«ai..| (iK.tlllml Notary Pnlille
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
First national Bank,
AT LOS aMoSUS,
In the sute nf California, st the rinse nf
business
si r i i mn it no, .--I
RESOI'ItIES
Loans and dlai'iiunts | a«4,lg* U
overdrafts llt.tiOO 00
It. H Honda to seeilie .'iieiil'ili.,ii UMl.lsHi IN)
Other stocks, I. I- snd rtgaget its,HQ B3
Hue fromiipproi. 'I r.—. ic agents Js.txu ;,:t
Hoc from other Null I hanks 4,111 as
lute 1n.1.l S II ■ I.k- ol..) 1...iW. I- .'.'...«.! HI
Real estate, furiiltiire sndflilnret 41,733 17
rut rent cspcii-i- I tit xcs pnl.l i 11.7:14 72
I'ri'iiiinuis hslil #75 711
Checks I ... 1,. i . .-I. Hem. 2.4*1 OS
MJb) <>f other Itank. 4.81U 00
el-Hlni | 111. - 080,00
Specie IM4,«IO 00
la-gal lender n - HB| oo
lte.lem|.ti..i. Inn.l with H. H.Trena
il rer (ll per rent, ol circulation) I,.'aXl 00
Total 11,3*6,710 aa
I.IAHH.ITIES.
• I 1.l 1.-'t paid In I 1011.01)0 «l
-nn.ln- fund inc.iioo no
I m1i.1.1e.l proflla M.337 «i
Nnti I lliink ,\ s onlstandllig itW.OOU 00
h.l -In il'leposltssulijecttcch k KIO.t.Tt «•
'"I '■erllll. ■■ f deposit fai.ls'i 7.1
Hue to state Hanks and hanker. iis,li;7 27
Total tl.iwa.7lo Wl
HTATE OF ('A I.IFtUtNI A. |„
ciuihtv or la.» Aauai.as.l "
1, William Lacy, Cashier ol IMS alion
ixnnc.l Hank, do solemnly swear that Ilir
. 1...v.■ statement is true lo the best nl my
knowledge and belief.
WM. LACY, Cashier.
Subscribed nud sworn to before me Bat
■ut, day of October, last. „
IHatL.l J. A. OH A V KS, Notary Public.
I'orreei tn.-i
JOHN I) HICKNEI.I...
K. r. BPKNCK, I DtreeUin.
LACY -
(ias Cooking Stoves,
VAKIOHN BNtßa,
For Sale or to Ren! on Easy Terms.
These stoves are not only s great iciii
elice ami luxury, but with the
Price of Gas reduced to $3 *»0 per 1000 feet,
LOM ANOKI.KH lIAHCOMI'ANY.
iKttiellu Olftce No. y Suuora street,
HO: FOR T3f3CJja
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE!
We are Now Offering
Greater Inducements Than fiver
All over the house so as to make room Tor our
Fall and Winter Goods
Now on the way. Remember our Motto at all limes
being
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!
CALIFORNIA AUCTION HOUSE,
71 N. SPRING STREET.
Opposite the Court House. m ,. a
PALACE OF FASHION.
TO THR I. % 111 KM : I will toll r4-?ardlet«..r roal lot Km* mm) -tOda, ■ the mmmM articlea:
Udlea Htitl Chll.lnni fitihr-Mi,!. I.,<lif« null liil.trt-ti'it Hniti.
Udies" and ChiMr-i. - 11-,-,. t,, I Adieu and Children* Wrapper*.
Ladle* and Chi Id run s ('mi. ■» Suit*, Udfeif and < hjltiren a Worn tod Stilt*.
Laili.u iiml rhibln v, I ';i-| im ,,it- Suit- (.adk-V and t'hildren"* Silk Snlltt,
Udlea' and Children White suit*, Uit lea' and Childrea* while wrapper*,
l-.fl--. Urn !■■'-'; ri, Indies' Mohair Dustsft,
Ladie*' aprnnq, ahaals, dolmans, cloak*. I Adieu' haml-mif trimmed trkirta in all colors Budtilatk
in ctllot. KiiiKhum-, lawun. delaiiii*, wonted, caahiiirrt-. ladit:* cloth, hhllii and Milk, all the way
Irom 7B centa to |7 : >. A Iho a larif.- a"*ortinent of fane, irornls. Mv Mllll<.erv Ix-part merit m .tin to
lie seen to be appreciated, >i* it I:uh Im en delected w :th . :m I.i an experienced Millim-r In regard
to my [treaMnakhtK liepartin- rit, I wish to at ate to the Udlea of Loa Antrele* arid \ id nil v that I am
now prepared to rill all oidci* ut ih- shortcut notice. An to my work ami llttitiK. lon aafelv state
without fear of cont.radicti<m. orothi rw he I rtmld not expect ti retain or Increase my extensive
trade. My prices ure irittinl.--J tn 1,.- b.w.r than tlio-.- off- red liv mv comp. lit „r« in loh
• ngeleaoranvwh'Tf i\H •>- Sift \ *lafn l*t., under Ht Klnio Hotel ocM-tm
H. If. MAttKHAM, Pre*ideiit. E. P. JOHNSON. Secretary.
C. H. BK.I>LRY, Vice Pjesldelit. 0. T. HT-VMM, Treasurer.
liicorporntt il iiiciiHt I. IHH-I I nplfal. Sl«M>,ooo.
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOTTER & BRADLEY,
WHOIMAI.F. ANI. ItF.TAII. OKAI.KKS IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
Wall Paper, Decorations, Etc.,
IM, Ml North Main Street, Lou Anuclcs, t ill.,
OPPOSITE BAKER BLOCK,)
Are Constantly receiving New Ooods, and, on account of convenience
in handling and having bought at rednced nrices, they are
SELLING LOWER THAN EVER.
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mfß «laeKilaaa«SyV.Hl''''l"l''''l. gutta p.-nha, eil» ( -r an.l gold.
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PAINLESS EXTRACTION.
DX. SMITH haa recently Invented and eoettrooted an improved apparatn.
that will, ln one second, make, il.. I aching teeth nn.l the most painful
guma a. ioaeusihle at a atone. Tlii. ........ . teeth extracting in all caaei — children
und edulU—ahanlntely painless an.l harmleaa. jyffitd
6REAT 1. BARGAINS.
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY,
COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, THE 2GTH INSTANT.
I have jnat revived an immense consignment.,,! tl..- .-, lebrtM lIANNAN ft
HONS hand an.l machine made
BOOTS «SE SHOES.
To Btak* r.,..n. for tlieae ((nod. I will have, to eaorilaa $10,00(1 Berth at a
|asf price. The superior .|nality of my good, are well U.iwn to everybody, aad '
oat tbey go if t1..) will not liring lint cnt.
Jk.. H MC DONALD
«i-pi!."i I m No 411 North Spring Street.
113 N. SPRING BTEET,
Haa ju.t moved intn hi. now quarter, an.l receive.) • large aud faahionahle .took of
OLOTHR ANO OASinXBRBS
Which ba is issues ad tefamish iasuits to hia patron. »ith Ma nasal prompti
tude, lit.
PRICES ARE A 8 CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
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