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VOL. XXII. NEWS OF THE WORLD. Blaiii** and Logan Speak ing in the West. COMMODORF.snaKY'S UK PORT. Full Arronii ,of the Rescue of the Oreely Party and a Description of t'.ie Horrible Scenes. Lieutenant ttarlhigtou Severely Censured. [■>sflflll to the Herald oy Atsociated Prets.) Wo*thinuton, Ind., Oct.22.—An hour De fore the time when Mr. Blame wan tn leave Indianapolis, this morning, there was per haps two thousand people gathered around tne rear of his train in the depot, who kept calltug for him to come out When Mr Blame nppeared there wan a great aud prw" longed outburst of cheering, during which Mr Blame stood bowing to them. He held out bin hand to command silence aud Maid: "I am very glad to have an op portunity to express to bo many of theneuple of Indiauapolla, the great obligation I feel, tbe great thankfulness I offer for the mag ntficent reception given me here yesterday. (Cheers. It 1« one of the events of my life and will be cherished in my remembrance km long as life lasts.' [Great cheering.l There were small crowds at every little sU tion, hut the first targe meeting was at Mar tiusvllle, twenty mile* from Indianapolis Here there were elaborate preparations to receive Mr. Blame. He was conducted to a Ntmd through au avenue guarded on each side by little girls, dressed in white, who strewed dowers in his path. He spoke brief lv on the tariff, and was followed by Me X inlay. LOO AN. An Attempt to Wreck Hie Train in Illinois. Peoria, Ills,, Oct- 22.—The demonstration iv honor of Logan to-day was the largest aud most Imposing ever witnessed iv this city. He was met at Galesburg by a reception committee and escorted here. At a point one mite west of Kuoxvlllc adastardly at tempt waa made to wreck the train convey ing the party. The traiu was running at the rate of forty miles an hour and upon rounding a curve the engineer noticed an obstruction on the track. He put on the brakes immediately, hut did not succeed ht bringing the train to a stand until the ei. giue had run over two of four ties wblcii had been laid across the rails. Tiie news of the diabolical attempt ou the life of Geu. Lognu aud escort spread rapidly, and arous ed the most intense indignation. The ar rival of the train shortly after ;i o'clock was announced by the blowhigof whistles nt all the m anuLuioriesalongtheline,and wild cheers from the assembled thousands. The local and visiting clubs formed in Hue and escorted Logan to a hotel, Where he dined. An Immense crowd was awaiting Logau at the wigwam. When lie entered, the bund « laying, the vast interior r ing with cheers, p'heii the escort had (lied in, there seemed uoi an inch of standing room to spare. Fully 4000 people were crowed together. In a graceful speech Miss llelle Miner in behalf of the I'liiou Veteran Club presented Geu. Lognuwltha large square floral emblem, i,U name being lv letter* of blue ou a white ground, and In behalf of the Young Men's Republican Club, with an elegant basket of Being Introduced with a few eloquent re marks hy ihe Hon. W ashingloii Cetla. Post in isier of that city, who has been a voter over fifty ye-trs, Gen. Logan thanked the rtnb* heartily for their Horal tributes aud Raid a handsome compliment to the young idy who made tbe presentation speech Logan was very hoarse, having made tliir ieen speeches yesterday and had spoken al ready three times to day, but with au effort he brought out his voice anil made himself heard all over the wigwam, speaking more than au hour. He first reviewed the tariff aiiesttou, to which most id his speech was c voted. Then he replied to certain re mark* of Hendricks. The latter, be said, had declared that the Republic in party had been robbing the country b] piling up a snr plus In the Treasury, Logan stated If they had plied it up it waa because they had money to pile up, while if the I>emocr.its had not it was bee anal they had not money. Replying io the statement of Hendricks thai the surplus amounted to |IOO,Ou0.oot) he said that |l:ty,000 000 waa reserve fund for the redemption of greenbacks aud $-240,000, 000 waa silver certificate* and certificates id deposit The latter circulated every day amoug the people as money. The balance he said was held to pay bonds and interest. He supposed, be aald, that when Hendricks Maid "turn the raacals out" he meant the Republican party tf so should they be turned out because they bad prevented the spread of slavery iv the Ter ritories; because they had achieved national honor .glory and success; bee inse when the rebellion unJerttMik lo strike a death blow at the republic they maintained they hud a power Inherent in itself to save itself be cause they had given the country the (test currency the world has ever known, and lie cause they had raised four million*of bumau beings out nf the deep gulf uf despair iulo free Americ tushlp. I'he Democratic party, he said, were treading sixteen years in the rear of the Republic vis. and had always op. Ei-ed everyl hi tig they bad ever done until it ad beeu accomplished. «;ahi I\<.TO\. He In Omiirfd for Hla part In the Creel? Rticir, Washikqtoh, Oct. 22.—1n his annual re port, General Hssen, iv treating on tbe Arc tic Expedition, says, after referring to the departure of the Yantic, after the loss of the Proteus, from Littleton Island to Ht. John, with..ut leaving provisions: This abandon ment of Lieut, (ireely and his p.irty to possi ble starvation hy the officers whote only mis alou iv these water- was to succor them, dls played * bun.-i,I il.ie disregard of the grave resposlbillty He holds thai If Lieut, G.ir liiigton had Insisted Qpon leaving rations from tbe Yantle. or if another relief vessel had been sent from fit. Johns, as he says he himself urged, the loss of lire and disaster would have been avoided, tool Gen. Ilazeu says that Lieut. Greedy carried out his iu atriicthm* literally and the Signal Bureau carried out Die pre-arranged tlau. He continues, after referring to ieuteuant Greely s relief in Cape S thine and the success of the relief expedition uu der Commander Schley, as follows "t' p ln the return ol the expedition this year I had hoped there would U» uo decision for rail Ing the question of blame at this or any fu ture time, but a new light has been cast upon the subject and wltb il my duty becomes plain, and truth, history and justice to all ••alls for such impartial inquiry and author! tatlve Judgment as a tribunal broad enough toembracethe whole Question shall in>tl due and pronounce, ami the Congress of the l ulled States Is manifestly such a tribunal. 1 therefore trust this whole matter of the Lady Franklin Hay expedition unit expeditious organized for lis relief will be deemed worthy of a thorough investigation by Con gress. General Haien regards ihe Greely expedition as "among the foremost of Its kind,"and insists that both Lieut. Greely, lv ihe Arctic, and the Signal Bureau In Washington, carried out their psrtsnf the prearranged plans of rescue literally and successfully lv every particular. He refers to the failure of Lieutenant Garllngton to replace the spoiled provisions at Cape Hahlne, and quotes from a letter written by Lieut, Greely to him on April 30th, sup posing himself at the point of death, as for lows- "Had but Garllngton, carried out roar order* snd replaced the 240 rations of rum aud tiO of alcohol in the English c iclie here, and 2U> pounds nt motility English bread, spoiled English chocolate and pot* toes, melted sugar and 210 pounds of rotten dog biscuit, we would, without doubt, he saved." Gen. Haaen says Garllngton should have left two thirds of the stores rescued from the Proteus at Cape Sabine. ( mi l nil. He Decline* <o Preweente Hl* Late Assailant. Albaut, H. V., Oct. 22.-Samuel T Boone, who eaaanltetf (lovernor Cleveland Monday last, waa arraigned before Justice Omtman et the Police Court this afternoon. The sflnurt room was thronged by curious people Boone, who looked cure worn, asked and ob Mined permission to mike a statement. He aald he hoi been greatly worried over hla brother * ease snd tool not -lent for several night* He admitted his conduct had been fa ssty and aald he was sorry for what he had done. He also insisted ihnt he never In I ended tn do the Governor any harm. Jils t Ice (Juttman said be hud received a teller from Governor Cleveland in which the Gov ernor slated that he had no desire lo prose cute the erlsoner, and reeommrndtnir lenlency. Boone was then discharged. The a greg ß r FrenortT. PROTIDENC E, R. I. Oct 22. J,, [h* |t. fl Circuit Court Judge Colt rendered au opin ion in the famous case of the c inoneiiet es tate, of Francis I" Moiilion vs. /acharlali Chaffee, to secure possession of the property purchased at an auction side. The e.uic \- South Kingstown, tho residence of ex Gov ernor Sprague, shunted near Narragansett ,Pler, and was a portion ot thai properly dis posed of hy Trustee Chaffee Judge Colt holds that Spragne-" right of UUe and Inter ,t>!>t must Ire shown. irtdlricrt far ('•niallcltr. Prrrssm n<.n V*„ G0i.22.—1n the Hus lings Court to-day the Grand Jury found a true hill against Thomas Whyie, late Cash ierof the Planter* and Mechanics Bank charging him with being an accessory low' W VVhyte, the late Teller of *n,b\ h H nk in certain frandulenl entri*s in the Teller's book, whereby Thomas Whyt*-w a- credited with I'd ■at OefhhM M) January is inks and gftl.'d deposited on January 21, |WW Offices Urn H*> HK | nt( . CagviNNß, w je >>.■'■ 22-Both regularly nominated candidates for l»clegate> in r, m cress from this Territory having declined, Judge J M Carey, of this clly. V now se lededasthe Kepuhltcan nominee and W H. llnlllday. id Laramie city, *s the BaggO cratic nominee. Far AssrnMynan. «*■ R*rA>L, Cala , Oct. 22.-The I>roo eratle County Convention nominated H B. Jark-on for Assemblymen MHUI. Hl* Report at the Orceler Relief Fxpedltlon. Washington, Oct. 22.—The report of Com modore Wiudfleld Scott Schley of the expe ditiou under his command for the relief of tue Greeley party, has l»eeu submitted to the s.-crelary of the Navy. It cites the orders under which the expedition was organized, .hen enters upon a graphic narrative of the events of the voyage, but by far ihe most in leienting portion of the report Is that de scribing the discovery aud rescue of Lieut. Greeley aud his meu. Commo dore Schley relates as follows concerning the impressive scene inside Greelv'■ tent Lieutenant Greely was found lv his tent sleeping, his body inclined forward, his head resting upon his left hand, a book of Common prayer was open and: held in his right hand. He appeared to be reading prayers tn private Carroll, whose condition was most desperate and critical. He was cold to the waist, all sensation of hunger was gone, ami he was s|n*echlesa aud almost breathless, his eyes were Axed aud glassy. Indeed, hi* weakness wan .such that it was with ditficultv be swallowed the stimulants given hy manors tireenand Ames. His lews had dropped, his heart was barely pulsating and his body temperature was getting low. This tender scene ot a helpless and almost famished officer consoling a dying companion was In Itseii one that brought tears lo the eyes of the strongest aud stoutest of tbose who stood about them ou the merciful errand of relief. Hergentx Bralnard and Fredericks and ho* pltal steward Brierhaeks were extremely weak and hardly able to stand, they were no longer able to venture away from their camp lo Meek food nor to prepare their si in pie diet of boiled sealskin, nor to collect lichens., nor to catch shrimps, upon which they had to depend to a great extent to aus tain life. Their faces, hands and limb* were swollen'o such an extent they Could uol be recognized. This indicated that the uutire party had but a short lease of life— probably not more than forty-eight hours at the most This fact was recognised by ibem all, aud had come to them from their experience during tbat long and desolate winter lv watching their dying companions, as one after another gassed away from amongst them forever, our Sergeant Ellison was found iv his sleeping bag, where be had lalu helpless and hopeless for mouths, with hauds and l feet fruzen off. Strapped to one of tbe stumps was a spoon, which some companion had strapped there to enable him to feed himself. Ills physical condition otherwise appeared to be the best of any of the survlv ors. This may be owing to the fact that each of his companions had dealt out to him from their small allowauce of food something to ludp him on account of his helplessness to add anythlug to hit own by hunting about tbe rocks for lichen* or catching shrimps. He suffered uo waste of strength by the ex ertloa incident thereto. Thiscase of Ellison was such aa ouly brave and generous men suffering wilb each other under the most desperate circumstances could think of. Sergeant Long was very much reduced though ln somewhat better condition than some of the others. His office of hunter for the starving party had made It necessary to tucrease slightly his pittance of food to maintain his strength that tie might con tinue to battle for food and life. Iv hla case, however, the effect of this continued effort had told Its .story ou his wasted form. Shorter aud shorter journeys were made iv good weather, while In tne frequent bad weather of that region his strength was so much impaired that when tbe Joyful signal whistle was heard he had only enough strength left to stagger out to the rocks overlooking the water, to see If the signal heard hud pro ceeded from a ship tn sight. His first visit was a bitter dissppotulmeul, as he saw nothing. The second visit, Afteeii minutes later, brought him within fifty yards of the Bear's steam cutter, and lv view of the relief ship* coming around Cape Sabine When the cutter ran into the beach, Long was seen to roll down the ice covered eJin, and was token into the cutter. He Inform ed Lieutenant Col well that the location of the c imp waa just over the cliff. In the case of Sergeant Ellison the medical officers were fearful from the first that his chances of life were very small. As soon as healthful food was available and his digest ive functions .should be re established fully a healthful round of Mood circulation would begin Its distribution of new tire to the injured parts and in (lamination would naturally occur. If Ellison's strength should increase more rapidly than the inflammation amputation or the In jured parts would perhaps save his life. Several days after his rescue, June 2Ktfa, Dr. Green reported that Ellison was threatened with congestion of the brain. The symp toms increased rapidly until the poor fellow lost his reason. At Godhavmi his condition was so critical th ii the surgeon of the expe dition, after caiisUltatLoii, determined to amputate both his feet above the aucle as the only chance of life left for the sufferer. I'he disease, however, triumphed amid the black scene that bad surrounded hian for three gears lv his her.de sacrifice, and within tho desolate RolUude of thai region «f everlasting ice and snnw, sur rounded by his sorrowing comrades, be |>assed away. Lieut. Greeley was physically the weakest, hut mentally the most vigorous of his party. He had lain in his sleeping bag for waeks, on account of hi* gradually falling strength. He was unable to stand alone for any length of time, and was almost helpless, except iv silting posture, and all pangs of hunger had ceased. Disappearance was wild, 'bis hair was long aud unkempt, his fare and hands covered with sooty black dirt, his body sciutily covered with worn oul clothes, his form was wasted, his joints swollen aud his eve- sunken. His first inquiry was if they were not Englishmen, but when he was told they were bis own countrymen, he paused for a moment, a* if reflecting, theu said, "And lam glad to see you." The condition of his camp was In keeping with tbe sceue inside the tent, desperate and desolate, the bleak barrenness of s spot over which the wild Arctic bird would uot fly The row of graves on s little ridge one hundred feet away, with protruding heads and feet of those lately buried, Was a sad but silent wit ncsa to th* dally Increasing weakness of the little band of survivors. The deserted winter quarters lv the hollow below with Its broken wall Invaded by the water from the melting snow and Ice above It, tbe dead bodies of twocompauioua stretched ou the Ice, all that remained of the wretched apology for cooking utensils Improvised by the meu lv their sore distress, hardly de serving the name, aud the. scattered and worn out clothes and sleeping bags of the dead, the absence of all food save a few cup* full of ladled sealskin scraps, the wild and weird scene of suow, Ice and glaciers, overlooking and overhanging the desolate camp, completed a picture as startling as it was impressive. I hope never again in my life to look upon SUCH wretchedness and such destitution. The picture was more startling aud more deeply pathetic than I have ever dreamed could lie possible. In beholding it, I stood for a moment almost unmanned, theu realized thai if the expedi tion had demonstrated any one thing more than another It was that su hour had its v alue to at least oue or thai party. Stouter hearts than mine felt full of sorrow. Eyes (hat had not wept for years were moistened with tears in tbe solemnity of that precious hour in the lives of that heroic little band of sufferers, until this moment so hopeless aud helpless Tne rem ilnder of the report was taken up with a description of the exhumation of the dead hodiv* aud getting them ou tavird ihe ship and nvasures adopted for their preser vation. In this connection il is stated that in preparing the bodies of the dead for transportation in alcohol to St. John, It was found that six of them, Lieut. Klslingburg, Sergts. Jewell and Ralston, privates Whist ler, Henry and Ellis, had beeu cut and the fleshy parts removed to a greater or less ex tent. All the other bodies were found in Commodore Schley speaks in terms of the highest commendation of all the officers and of his command. riNAPICF. AMD TBADK. The stock ißarhet. N«w Yorr, Oct. %%— Governments, higher for 4 l £s. Stock market strong. In carlv dealings prices rose M to |U per cent. Cnlon Pacific, Si Paul, Jersey Central and Northern Pacific were the strongest shares; Union Pacific sold up hi Jersey to to, St. Paul to 7'»H and Northern Pacific pre ferred lo 42*%. After midday Vanderhilt s broker* were conspicuous sellers of trunk Hues. The sales were said to be for account of the Vsnderbllt party, although In some quarter* it is stated that leading bears em ployed Vanderbllt brokers for the purpose of creating this Impression. The report that the Lake Shore was to Issue new bond* was agatn revived, snd this had a very unfavnr able effect on that stock. lining ■tacks. s*s Francisco, Oct. 21.—Belle Isle. 00: Best and Belcher, |t.7f>; Chollar, |2.»; Crown Point,!—; Gould and Curry. II10; Grand Prise, —: Hale A Norernes, f« 10 Mexican, Ji 00; Navajo, f3,go, Ophlr. HOC; Potosl, 1.20; Hi van, fY:»; Sierr* Nevada. fI.QO: Sierra Nevada assessed Ma\ Cnlon Con-oil dated, wV. (JeTernnaeat Banal* anal Rnllwaj Mhnreo. Nkw York, Oct. 22.— Threes, 100; 4l*a, 12**; 4a, 120** Central Pacific, 118; Denver A Bin Grande. wW, Kansas Texas, l«3s; Northern Pacific, if', preferred, \\%\ North Western-iMH New York Navigation, tf; Transcontinental, \\%. Ira provement, 16; Pacific Mall, .\2%-. Pittms, tf Texas Pacific, 10>». Cnlon Pacific. .%2'4, United Stales 52; Wells Fargo, 7»,; Western Union. Petroleum, firm; 72%, Nsaey Market. Nrw York, Oct. 22 -Money, 1*412; closed, i*. Prime paper, Exchange hills steady, hi , demand, M The ftraln market. SaN Francisco, Oct. 22.—Wheat, firm, brisk: seller, season. «t.29. Hurley, steady, hrisk: seller. 91 01: seller, season, |L(U(#t 01 buyer, On*., buyer, season.gl.l2», All li Livnuooi, October 22. - Wheat, dull, heavy, Ito 2 pence lower. No. 1 California 7s 7d. «s 2d . No 2, do . rt«*d.es Hd. winter. 4* 4d, fis 7d. Corn, lower. Railed. CMiriun. oct 22. Wheet, stronger; November 77>v» "'* I»ecemoer. Corn, ir regular, .44*, October. I»> # November. :*JU year. Barley, fair deinaud; .tta. The tgneea'n ftaeaeh. IxyNUDN.oct 22.—The Queen's speech si the opening of Parliament tomorrow will consist of ou]y eight paragraphs. It begin* by regretting the necessity of convoking p..i liament, dlt-cnssfjM the franchise bill and expresses a hope that tbe measure will shortly he pa.mcd No mention | B made of tl.e redl iribniloi. h|U References are made m it ir- al the t ape and in Egypt, and Oenen, ih.rdoii is eulogised. "» /r> ' LOS ANGELRS. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 23. 1884. SIX-PAGE EDITION. HENDRICKS. He Makes a Good Speech in Chicago. THE KKPt'BUCANS ARRAIGNED. He Declare* that the Democratic Party does not Favor Free Trade—A Hi(fh Compli ment to Cleveland. Chicago, Ilia. Oct. 22.—Hon. Thomas A Hendricks spoke here to-night, on invita tion of the Trade and Labor Union*. He ar rived at Pullman this morning. At noon about three thuiibaud workliigmeu and resi dents of that suburb aud the neighboring towns of Kensington aud Homeland assem bled In frout of the hotel, aud Governor Hen drtcks addressed ihem briefly from the bal cony. This afternoon a committee of the labor unions went to Pullinau and escorted him into tbe elty, arriving at 6.1-V The timu of hi* arrival waa uol generally kuowu con Suently there was uo demonstration. He ereda carriage wltb the committee and was driven to s hotel. About five thousand people assembled in Armory D In the evening to listen to the Democratic candidate fiir Vice President. The hall was completely filled. Governor Hendricks was received with marked dem oustratlons of applause. When the noise bad subsided, and alter referring to his action In Cougreas on behalf of the working man, betook up the question of Civil Her vicexeform. us exemplified in the Republi can psrty platform. The Republicans had been in power for twenty years, and in the face of the vigorous proscription, declared lv ita last platform In behalf of reform iv tbe Civil Service. What was meant by this* It meanl impartiality In appointments, fidelity in office, it forbade the use of office to per petuate power or secure private gaiu. The Republican party did not recognize tbe-e priuciples. In the recent election In Ohio the Slate was nverruu with Federal office holders, many of them not citizeus of tbe State, with federal officers who. Instead of serving the government, were secretly plot 11 Jig to continue themselves In power * ~iild a party be trusted which uon'd con duct elections as they had been conducted in Cincinnati? The people demanded nou partisausat the po is. lustead of that a vast number of Hep .oliean partisans were sent there armed, mmy of them unfit persons for the positions held by them. The result was riot and bloodshed. Could not Ohio conduct an election without the interference of the bureau officer from Washington. It was the duty of the government to see the laws executed; I bey were violated at Cincinnati. In view of the dignity of Ihe fairness which bad characterized the present administration the Democracy looked hopefully to him iit the belief that he would not allow this thing. The speaker then took up tbe tariff ques tion. He said that in their platform the Re publicans made a promise to correct the ine qualities and excesses ofthe tariff. Tbls admitted that the present taxation was un equal and unjust, because It levied in excess of the needs of the government. The speaker said: "Nineteen years have elapsed since the civil war, yet the Kepubii cau party, confessing the inequality snd in Justice of its taxation, at the end of that time asks you to continue it iv power and promises In remedy these evils. Will TOO trust it? [MO, no.j The Republicans were Iryiugtomake tbe people believe thai the Democracy, If it secured power, would in augurate free trade. That statement was not true. The Democratic party was not in favor of free trade. It has always favored raising revenue for the Government by nitisns of tariff. What the parly did claim was tbat the amount of tariff being collected should be reduced. The Demo cratic point was that the tariff should be re duced to the wants of a government ecoiioin ically administered. In support of this he had the words of v- teas high an authority than President An... r. The Republican party was collecting tx,,Q00,000 yearly shove the needs of the Government. The points in the Democratictariffplaukare; Ist. Taxation must he limited to the needs of the govern ment economically administered. 2d. Tax all on must be for public purposes only. 3d. lv changing the law care musl be exercised Uot to injure the interests of labor and cap Ual intested. 4th. In levying taxes arti cles of luxury must bear the highest rate aud articles of necessity the lowest. The speaker commented ou these articles one by ■ one and asked the assent of hi* audience to them. The meeting made enthusiastic re sponse in each instance. He next took up the navy plank ln the Republic m platform and said in demand ing the strengthening of the navy tofts former force It may demand of Itself. Wheu tfae last Democratic Secretary of the Navy left office he left many vessels flying the American nag on the high sees. The Be publicans bad appropriated MOO.OOO 000 for the osvy but no navy was the result. He then related the case of the aelxure of tbe Austrian Koeta and Uis sub sequent release ou the demand of the Democratic Secretary Marcy, who sent an American man of-war to enforce tbe de maud He supposed this was the powerful position to which tbe Republican party de maud restoration. [Laughter.! WhenGroverCleveland [applause] should become President of the Lulled Stales be would appoint * Secretary of the Navy who would see to the restoration of the navy, When Congress should make an ap propriation. The speaker did not be Iteve lhat the Democratic party made any mistake In nominating Grover Cleveland. He would not, however, press his opinion on his hearers, as they might think him partial. He would merely refer them to a large body of Independent Repub Means, who believed him the best man for the place (applause). He proceeded to urge the need of a change In the goverumont, and closed by urging all lo go vi the polls and vote and see to it that none but honest votes be counted. (Long aud continued applause.) Gov. Hendricks was followed by Henry Wstteraon. t'I.FVELAPtD. He Bitterly Denounces, the I nUc booda Told t bom His Private Life. Nxw York, Oct. 22.-Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. in the course of a politic il speech to ulgbt, In the rink at Brooklyn, said: "The air Is murky with the stories of Mr. Cleve laud's private life. Lies so cruel, so base, so atrocious, have never before been set in motion as the cockatrices eggs brooded aud batched by rash and credulous clergymen. They couldn't goto Mr. Cleveland with honest inquiry, but opened their ears to the harlot and the drunkard and promulgated a letter to poison the faith of holy men aud inuocent women. Do timid ministers ever reflect that the guilt of the vice or the crime measures the guilt of him who charges li falsely (cheers)? Mr. Beecher then paused and stepping to the desk, said, iv trembling tones: "Thus my beloved and honored wife, quite un known to me, made clippings from newspa per*, all of which were in respect to tne life ot Governor Cleveland tn Al bany. She sent them to him with a letter which will uot be published but which would be a gem in English litera :nre if it were published. As quick si null could return .she received g letter from Gov ernor Cleveland which I have had between two and three weeks, which ts aa follows: "My Drar Mrs. Berchkr: - Your letter, as you may well supitose, has affected me deeply. What shall I say to one who wrote 1 so like my mother? I say like my mother, but I don't altogether mean that, for she died in the belief that her sou was true snd noble as she knew he was dutiful and kind. I am shocked and dumbfounded hythirelip plng you sent me, because it purports to give what a man actually knows and not a mere reps vi, as the other lour or five lies do which I have heard about my life in Albany. 1 have never seen any living woman whom I have any reason to suspect was in any way bad. I do uot know where any such woman lives in Albany. 1 have not been in any house except in the Executive Mansion, the Executive < hamber, ihe Grange Club hou-e. twice at receptions given, and ou one or two other occasions and residences of per haps fifteen or twenty of the best etuseus to dine. Of course I've I teen lo church. There never was a man who has worked harder or more hours In a day. Almost all of my time has.been spent in tne Executive Chamber, ami I hardly think there ha* been twenty nights In the twenty one months I have lived in Albany, unless I was out of town, that I have left my work earlier than midnight, to find my bed at the mansion. I am al a loss to know how it It that such terribly wicked and utterly base less he- can be nnciued I he contemptible er, it ores who coin and pass these things ap pear to think thai ihe attair which I have BtM denied makes me adefendcragalnst any and all slanders As to my outward life iv Bui falo the mintfestatiou of confidence end esteem which was there tendered me nuiat he proof that I have not led a disgraceful life in that elty, and as to my life iv Albany all statements that tend (o show lhat it has been other than IsborlousMiid correct, are utterly and in every shadow untrue. New York ReanMlcane split. Nrw YoRK.Oct. 22 — The Republican Coun ly convention nominated the following tick et to-night: Mayor, l,ouis J. Phillips; Comp trailer, Chsrles Speer; Judges of the Court of common Pies*, George W Bent, Edward C. Granes and J. C. Q. Lamjhlln: District Attorney, Col. Charles C. Sprencer; Presi dent of Board of Aldermen,Geo W milliard ; Coroner. Fred Eldman. Col. George Bits* declared the ticket inferior to that noinl listed by the Democrats, and was put up only to he knocked down. John J. O'Brien answered Col Bliss with bltterue**, saying he had no doubt the Colonel had a retainer from the country IHunnereoy in his pocket. I'he discussion was animated Col. Bliss aud a few others left the hsll. Inaaraaaalans. Nkw York, Oct. 22— At s Democratic meeting this evening the Chairman an mm need lhat the report of the Conference Committee hi favorof the nomination of ex- Asseuihlyman Charles Rellly w*s sdopted thereupon ihe delegations from ihe Sixth and Eighth Assembly districts withdrew and endorsed the Tammany nominee, S. A t/entneeanvn* Mariner. Loiidok. Oct. 22.—The ceuoe Neptune, twenty feet long, which started from Nor way some time ago, has arrived at Peuxanee and is preparing to start for America. Cant. Johnson compose* the whole orew. THE SPORTING WORLD. Tulare Races. VisALIA.CaL, Uot. 22.—The Tulare Valley Fair commenced to .lay and was well at tended. The nrst race, a quarter dash, for a purse of $100, was won by Confidence. Time Hie second wim a pacing race, for a purse of $V-0. first horse lo have $Hai. .second $ *) mile beats, best Hin ft. I'he first heal was won by Johnny Welgle: time 2.:i2; Bruce second, Ben Butler aud Robert K. tie. The second heat was won by Weigle: time, 2 :tL Bruce second. The third beat was won by Welgle; time, 2::ttl 4 ; Bruce second; the others dlstauced. The third was a trotting race, best Ila ft, for a purse of 91.'*). divided mining the three first, ftfl). H» and 91... Ihe tir,t heal was won by Elite; time, 2 f.'J',: Hay Ruse, second; no other entries. The second heat was won by- Bay Rose, iv 2:.M« a : Elite, second. It being late, the other heats were postponed till to- Bulldaxlnyj Iflornaans. Salt Lakk, I'tsh, Get. 22.-Last night the jury iv tbe Clawsou case were called into conn mid on muiouncemuui of their inabil ity to agree were discharged- Te-day Judge Zaue ordered the case called sgsiu, and at 2 f. M. It was taken up. The defenst moved for a change of venue ou account of publl cations in the Salt Lake Tribunv. The mo tlou was overruled as was also a motion lor a continuance. The Court ordered the elu psuaaang of m new fnry. The church organ Ie night warn* the officers of the court thai if they attempt lo force their way into any house lor the purpose of serving a snbpopua in any criminal case they may, under tbe laws of this Territory, be "treated as a bur glar or any other interloper." The second wife, missing all through the trial, apnea red directly after it closed and was promptly stihpienaed. Fassengrers Mauth and Cast. MKtu KU, Oct. 20 Following Is a list of the soutb-bouud passengers passing here Ibis eveuing: UK. HeUHCheii. Germany: H G. Brauss, Buenos Ay res, S. A.; Wm. G, CarsUnjin. Dulsburg, Germany; Walter James, linkers ti.-ld, i ..in . v\ . K. Coiuptoii, siu Jose: K. T. Palmer. Mrs. B. P. Palmer, ilouiugloii. K. I.; Miss A. Werden, Octavius Morgan aud wife, Lo* Augeles; H. A. Palmer. Mrs. J. Kdotl, Oakland ;S E. Woodberry i ineiunati S\ ni Fit/.burg, G. A. Drfua, J. B. Klrkland, R. A. Donaldson, Geo. D. Shearer, Slg, Wolff, Sui Francisco. Tbe Eastern star. San Fkancihco, Get. 22.—The Grand Lodge of the order of Eastern Star, at its session to day, elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Grand Patron, F. W. G. Mo ben*, 8. F.; Grand Matron, Mrs. M. J. Voujig, Sacramento; Associate Patron, Justice C. Merry Held, Dixon; Assistant Grand.Mutron. Mrs. Susie Slugletarp, Sm .lose; Gram) Sec retary, Mrs. Kate J. Wlilets. Km Francisco; Grand treasurer, Mrs. EIIh M. Horn, Napa. The Grand Council Is composed of over :tOO delegate:-, representing the 72 subordinate chapters lit the State. freparlng ffar £xecnllan. San Jose, Oct. 22.—Warslelewsky, tbe con demned wife murderer, still continues to eat heartily and conduct himself like a monkey iv the presence of visitors. The Bllows used at Oakland lv the execution of alor* has arrived and wilt be placed in position to-morrow. It is believed that it will be uecessary to strap him to a latard iv order that he may stand upright on the trap aud lhat used iv the Wheeler case has been obtained today. An Kngjlneer Kwllvhee Off. San Fbancisco, Oct. 22.—L, Auderson an engineer, sixty-two years of age, residing with his family, was found suspended by a rope about his neck, the other end being at-' taehed to a beam in his kitchen, shortly after 12 o'clock last uight. Life was extinct bur the body was warm when discovered. The deceased had suffered much from rheuma tism, aud it is supposed that this unsettled his mind. The mernhlne Baate. San FKANqfsco, Oct. 22.—Johh Sterling, a Soung Scotchman,was found unconscious in is room this morning from (he effects of a dose of morphine. After long and repeated efforts to restore him to consciousness he finally died. It la not known whether the poison was taken accidentally or with sui cidal intent. Ta Renta*. San Fkan. is. o. Oct. 22.—1t is stated tbat the Atlantic A Pacific,whose lines now enter Caliiornni, intend n'sis!iug the authority of the State Railroad Commission aud attack ing Its constitutionality lv the courts. A Onveraar-fileaernl Resign*. Havana, Oct. 22-—A .lisp itch from Madrid says that Diaro de la Marina reports tbat Captalu-General Costlllo resigned because the government dismissed his Secretary. Fajardo, Governor of Porto Rico, has been appointed Governor-General. After the Csar. St. PitTßßsncao, Oct. 22.— The police seised s secret printing press ou tbe 19th inst. They discovered documents with the press which showed that arrangements were being per fected to make an attempt on the Czar's life. There were many srrests. Sick With Vexntlna. Pari*, Oct. 22.— The text of Admiral Mil lot's geueral orders before leaving Tnmjuin are made public. He states he left because he was iii with vexation at the manner In which the Lang Son affair had been misrep resented. HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY. A J Viele A wf, S F AW Magee A wf.Pas- W H Power, do adeua Mrs J B Met lee, do G W Sheatsaw.Tustlu J Bonuer, do J X Liughllu A wf, St W T Wallace, do Louis C Bennett, do H P Gallup A wf, St F A Frank, do Paul fi T Bewail. Jr. do C W Gould, M V J L Seafleld, do J F. Terry, Chicago J BisehorT, do T H Williams, Colton J A (ior.lon, do F Proult, Ottaws, Can 8 Duffenhuyeraw.N V J Cashmer. Kingston W Koblnson, s F J Htom. Riverside Mrs J X Swau.do II Bl.itt, Banning Miss B Washburn. S F -i X Weston, do L Kichebaugh A wf, s Levi, s in Diego Tucson G Slebe. S F Rev L D Murphy, AS H Spencer, New hall huquer.iue, N H C B Richardson, do J PCrowe. Edinburgh J G Haust, do Scotland J A Bates, Pomona II M Hansford, agent R S Brown Nashville Students qkand ckntrae. A G Kin lev, 8 Ana T Blades, Riverside A West, 8 Bernardino F Adams, do P Michel, Pomoua J 11 Hall, S Ana .1 B Harris, Orange J W Gill, do 0 attend;, Axusa l> Baylis, Lancaster RC Addison.Pasadena R II Dorsev, wfAfy. s Henry, s F Spadra G R Gray.do Miss F Baxter, Dem W O GrayAw.Oskland ing, N M W M Moore, do Q B Ktttridge,Benson Jose Pico, San Fernando An Interesting Architectural Dis covery. According to the Paris pnlt/bihlum, the discovery has been made ln the archfves of the City of Berne, in Switzerland, of the working drawing of the lower which forms the pride of ihe Strasburg Cathedral. It seems that in lTttt a quantity of ancient drawings were sold by tne Chapter of the Cathedral on Hccoilnl or lack of room for preserving them, and this drawing, dating from the fourteenth century, togetb er with many other curious matters of a sfmtlar sort, cime into possession of the City of Berne. It would he in leresling lo follow farther the history of their acquisition, and to impilre how the Hernese authorities should have happened to spend public money In buying old docu ments from A distant French city, but all the circumstance* of the transaction seem to have been fergotten long ago. If the draw ing is genuine, as there is hardly any reason to doubt, it must, perhaps, be considered the most valuable object relating to the history ■of medieval architecture that has yet been brought to light I — r - r - i NKVV TO-DAY | FOR Mlf, CHfAP, ■ tn arrnunt of proprietor having husiuess in Mexico, a good paying huslness. Inquire ■il 101 Aliso street, corner Alameda street oera iw RIMOVAL. S M Perry. Plumher, Oas Fitter, etc., will remove to 'No. Forster Block. H. Main street opposite his present plsre oi bllal ness, about November Ist. ootSCT lw LOST. A Map, on Main street, lielow Ihe city boundary. The flnder w ill please bring Ihe same to No. fl. Temple Block. and reoetve a reward nf 110 If delivered wllhiu two daya MM a ttKO HANSEN. WANTIO. A I waiter of atrietly temperate hahlta wishes a situation In some hntel lv the clly. Address "J H W ," l.oa Angeles P.-alnfflce , octn CANARY BIRD 10ST. On Wednesday evening, October Ita, l*M, a dark colored Caiiary with green head and wings, one dark tall feather, and answer* tn the name of "Handy " A suitable reward wilt be paid for TH, return 10 IS* Ollv c street. It FOR MM, Cheap tor caah, one Black Walnut Marble Ton Bed K.voln Met, new: also one Parlor Set, 4k yards Brussels Carpet, » yards of Oil Cloth and one flue Black Walnut Wardrobe and one Parlor Lamp. Inquire at Hotel Bhelu, ISI Commercial „treet. octSS !H THOMAS FITCH, A T T O X 8 X V - AT -LAW, Rooms« aud U Phillips Block, M North Main UlrtHH, loa Angeles. Cal. or7lm NEW TO-DAY. For County Auditor! J. W. POTTS I. Hi,- retulu Hilia ... Mm ProMMriM I'nrly f..r the ..ffl«. .if <-~imly Auditor. . iiel23t<l LEAGUE OF FREEDOM. Th.- MM nl the UfkfM will l>lni.e Ink.' n.ill.v Him h -|nviiil ■■ntliiiu nil! Inki' PH I ; JRNVEREIN HALL Friday Evening, October 24th, At 7 Q'eiMh, »h.rp. AU memlwrn are re quenU-'l In In'i.r iv. ,i> I.MHIiieMMK of xrtfiM ImiKirlniiiM' will i-uine hefiir.- lliv ini)ollU||. WISH I- I.KWIN. n.-erftarj. ENCOURASE HOME IHDUSTRY BY USINR E. 0. NIEDT & COS, t TOILET* LAUNDRY SOAPS! LOS ANGELES CITY Steam Soap & Chemical Worts. Kirn Ami all the various .Unease* of the Head, Throat and Chest, Including EYE, EAR AND HEART, 9iice»«fuHj treated lij- M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M.D..M.C. P. 5.0.. At 179 North Main street, opposite llie Baker Block, Loa Angeles. California. Proprietor of the Detroit Throat and Lung Institute At Detroit, Michigan. Our California office is personally conducted by Dr. Williams, aud Is permanently estsblished for the euro of All diseases of the Head, Throat and Chest, vis. Catarrh, Throat Disctses, Asthma bronchitis, Cousumpsioii, Catarrhal Deaf ness, Catarrhal Opthalmia snd Di.serises of the Heart by his new and improved .system of Medicated Inhalations, which cai;\ the remedies directly to the diseased parts, thereby effecting cures in many of the so called Incurable cases the greater part of whom had not the slightest idea of ever he ing cured. ! OZtKNA.—Ozo'iia is tbe professional or 1 technical name given to no advanced form of catarrh in which ulceration hits eaten through the membrane lining of the nose lo the cartilege of the bone. Any case of ca tarrh may end in ozu'iia, hut it moat fre queutly occurs in tbose who are uaturallv scrofulous. The discharge takes place through the nostrils or through the throat, and is generally of a yellowish or greenish yellow color, frequently tinged with blood, aud almost always attended by an offensive smell. In the languageof Dr. Wnod.oiPlili idelphia, 'the disease is one of the most ob durate and disagreeable which the physi cian has to cucouneer. Iv bad cases the breath of the patient becomes so revolting as to isolale him Irom society, and to render him an object or disgust even i.. himself." In some instaiiCL-s pieces of I.onr become separated and slough off, leaving deep, un healthy ulcers, which secrete m blood mat tar, and are extremely difficult to heal. After Ozieua has continued some time the sense of smell usually becomes impair. mJ md often lost. Deafness Is one of Its most common cou sequences, and results from its extension through the eustachian tubes u> the internal ear. Pains in the head aud over tbe froutal sin uses, Impairing memory, and even Insanity frequently spring from its extension tn the brain. The greatest danger, however, because Ihe most common. Is that It will extend down ward aud affect the lungs. In most cases of pulmonary disease catarrh is present in some degree, and in many instances it causes a large share of the patient's discim fort. Besides these grave consequences, all of whleh are liable to spring from scrofulous cstarrh or Oscena, there, are others which, If less dangerous, are sufficiently unpleasant. It occasions great uuhapnlnesw to thousands of both sexes, by isolating them and pre venting their settlement in life. An offens ive running from the nose, with tool brc ,v, is about as great a calamity as cau befall young people. A positive cure can be ef fected iv every ca*e if taken In time. COMM UTATION IHKi:. Those who desire to consult with me iv regard to their cases had better call at my office for consul tatlon aud examination, but if impossible to do so can w rite for a copy of my Medical Treatise, containing s list of questions. Address IV. Hilton Williams, n. D., /7f» North Main street, Los Augeles, Cal. Office hours—from 10 a. h. to ip. v. Sun day from i to 5 p. m. ioctlO-lm SOCIETY NOTICE*. Knights Templar. Cttca Da Leas Colzas Diar so. a, X ■ T. Molds lIS stated conclaves at the asylum Ln Ms suite Hall, on Ute Third THURSDAY of such month, st 74 o'clock r. a. Sojourning Knight templar in good standing are ourdtally Invited attend. By order of lbs F: -0. N. KsKAßaaoeus. Recorder Los Angeles No. 3S\ R: Staled convocavUons on saoeud MONDAY of each month, 7i P. a., at assenic tta.lL Sojourning oompsirions in good standing ooniisllly invited By order of SAMUEL I'KAUKR, U P. M. Lavi. S*»"retarr. Lob Angeles Council No. 11, Eoya and Select Masters, F. a AH. Holds Its stated assemblies on the 4th Uou day of sack mouth st Masonic Hall, at 7,30 r, a. Sojourning Companion* in good standing are fratsjnally invited to aUend. By order of th. TV - m R 0. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder. Masonic Notice. a/ta Loa Anhilss Lodsk No. 41, F, lA. M. Tho stated meetings of this Lodg / ▼ \ax* held oe the first MONDAY of each month al 7:30 p. a. Members of Peiitalphe, No. 202, sod all Master Masons tv gonl standi hk are eordlallr Invited. By order of the W:- M ■ Los Angoles Lodge No, 35, L O. 0. P. Wp>' Hnvui lussttlng hold on Wedneala m mWr evening of each week at 7:30 •*"clock. Sojourning brethren in rood standiag are cordial ly melted. A. McPONALD, N. 0. J. L Baihi.iv, R. S. American Legion of Honor. asrsTT Council, No. SH, meets Pint and Third rbursds IMeSagl ola» month at Oood Tem plars' Hi I Visit og Com unions always welcome. D. K. PAYNK, Commander 0 G. Wiluisn, Secretary. ap6-3iu IT of P. Tri Color Lodge No. W meets every Friday eveuing in Maaotric Hall, Nprinr eueet. Sojourtdmr K..jghteim ited OKO. W. KNOX. 0. 0. Isaac S. SaifH, X ot R. and s mU st. of P. Oun Losaa No. gg. Meet first and third THURSDAYS In Ihe month at Odd Fellows' Ball P. O. BuikUrnr. Sojourn tog Knights invited. M. A. LINU C. a W. M. iiK mum K. »f Hind s. Jal-Iy Los Angeles Lodge No. 2«AK. of H. (tegular meetings of the above Ledge arc held every Wednesday evening at Old Maaooic Ball spring rtroeL Visiting brothers are eanriatlr , v vital to attend U. O. AUSTIN nt Dictator X. 0. 0. P. Orange Council No. SB, I. O. 0. P., meets •very Wednesday evening in Oood Templar* Hall. Vlatlng members an cordiaUv invited? JAS. M. BRAINARD, UC. Isaac h Harm, Secretary, (eg ly. Baffle Corps, N. O. a Keen.ah meetings a the Armory. Ooar street, every Friday evening al g o'doofc. W. H H HCHSKLL, (Captain Commanding, a A. Ken.** Pint fnrcseal jatTtf Oonldonoe Bugine Company. aaacLAS nesUim ot thu Oomp* on tbe Snt Wedesua, eveain* aßaanwWof each month, at T.SOoeloek ■v order N. OOURM, enantarv | NKW TO-DAY. NEW TO DAY. NEVER CHEAPER, NEVER BETTER! IMMMEJSJSE BARGAINS. POSITIVELY UNEQDALED! Til Hutst Slllts! Til BiSt Flls! The ITN'KST UOOIIS! The LOWEST PRICES! $50,OOOworth op CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS I THROWN ON THE MARKET REGARDLESS 07 COST! JACOBY'S CLOTHING STORE, 121. 123, HI A m Main St., Temple Block. Our selections, made for the FALL and WINTER of 1884, are now open for your inspection. In presenting our compliments we take pleasure in stating that never before have we shown anything of its equal. Our new stock consists of a large and varied assortment of the newest and beat seasonable goods, embracing all the latest novelties and standard grades as well. We claim for our stock general excellence in quality and- style, immense variety and a scale of prices Which will be found extremely low. Men's, Youths; Roys' and Cblren's CLOTHIIVG In styles, shapes and qualities to suit all pocket-books. HEX'S AX ft BOYS' OVERCOATS A SPECIALTY. Do not fail to see our fine stock of tats' Full Ms! ELEGANT STLES. VERY LARGE BTOGK. Kindly accept our thanks for th l } past, with our dispo sition to reciprocate by offering you our goods at such prices as will enable you to give us a full share of yjur patronage. Money cheerfully refunded if purchase is not satisfactory. Jacoby's Clothing Store, Hk, Pitt. P»» and I'iT MUX ST., TEMPLE BLOCK. octlMf Apollinaris Jt "THS QUEEN OF TABLE WATEHB." British AMtml Jkmmm\ " lis furity offers the best security against the dangers which in rural districts, as in tmrns and citits, art common to most of the ordinary drinking waters there." London Medical Record -A.2SrisrXJ.rVL SALE, IO MILLIONS. Of all Crocrts, Druggists, and Mineral Water Healers. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Bakerymen and Wood Burner ATTENTION I The Southern Pacific Wood Co Have a Urge lot oi the finest quality of MESQUITE WOOD FOR SALE lv carload lots Fur » superior artlrlc oi fuel this wood cannot he beat For partlcn 1 irs and terms apply at office s. P. WOOll CO.. octlstf No. V Market St. HEADS and FACES. PHRENOLOGICAL CHARTS Of CHARACTER KEY. RALPH BKOWN.nf Australia, sttp piles Charts ol Ckaraeler TO-DAY AMI TO MOKROW At the Y. M. O. A. HALL. Consultation and Chart of «0 pages, with 70 Illustration, showing what lo restrain what to cultivate and what best suited tor In life, only |I.M>. Hot' M —i k xto9 r. » • «■ -t RIELOFFft SCHWEIBERER, Successors to Albert OethotT. mn*M BOTTI.KKH FOR THE CEI.KBHATKII ■r, u>ins Anhenser Bnsh Brewint Co., No6s NortkHprlnf st ,Opp Court Houae. Beer delivers Iree id charge M all parts of Ike city. ueilMm OHO! THE MODEL COLONY. For full iuforms.tloii Hpply to Q. W. CHAFFEY, Knomsl 7 and 1 Schumacher Block. ..pp., site Prertotnce, Lag Angeles, ocfitf Notice to the Public. ARE DOU. Religious Mrvicca will tx> held in llie Chi m»w Temple, near the Hum, in Lot Angeles city. commem-iik dikilit M, I*4, rontlnu ing three days and three nights, five priests will otflelatc in the eeremouie,., which will he more elaborate and complete than sny yet seen in !..»-. Angel**. t>n the 27th, nt 4 1 o'clock r. M. • procetwloa will start from the Temple, march along Math Mreel to Kmirth, up Fourth to Spring street, thence to First street, down First street lo I>w An geles street, thence along l»s Angele-. street to ihe Temple in Cklnatown He varal American bom boys will appear in the pro resiton These religious ceremonies oeenr hut once in three yeaK No perani, will be allowed io carry any lusket, | vitrei .w pack ages Into the Temple or onto the premises «MBM AH TOY FOR SALE W ANAHEIM. A HaJoon, with Hilllsr.l Tmble, well e«ab INhcd and doing a good ..ufuoeaa. >■ ,■ l. ■ c,nae ol selling Also m lot »»I?A with house of 4 rooms and kitchen mmM well al water, outhouses and a \ arietv of fruit tree on the l»*. Inquire of V tl I y >x*ta Ira <t Commercial atreet | NKW AOV KKTISKM KNT.s. A. T BRIGHT'S Just Received! 20,000 yards Calico ... .' 4 cetiw 7.000 yards (Jinhams 5 cents 8,000 yards Lawns 6 cents 3,000 yards White Pique 6 cents 6 .000 yards Dress Goods from 5 to 5o cents 5,000 yards of Brown and Uleached Muslin 6 cents and upward 5,000 yards of Summer Goods Just Received. 6,000 pairs of Gloves from sc. to $1 a pak 6,750 pairs of Hose for Ladies at 7 to 35 cents 8,650 pairs Children's Hose 5 to 15 cents 1325 Corsets from 2oc to $1 10,000 pairs of Ladies' Shoes •from 75c. to $3 7,500 pairs Children's Shoes from 25c. to $1.25 20,000 yards Ribbons from 2 to 75 cents a yard 20,000 yards of Lace from 1 to 50c. a yard 20.000 yards of Jaconet Edgings from. . .. 2 to 40c. a yard 10,000 Ladies' Hats, trimmed and untrimmed from 25c. to $5 " 0,000 Children's Hats from 10c. to $1. 6,000 Plumes and Tips from 10c. tosi 6,000 Bunches Artificial Flowers from 10c to $1 a bunch Also a large stock of Boys' & Men's CLOTHINGJ MEN'S HATS AND SHOES ! Underwear for Gents and Ladies and everything kept in a general variety store .md prices are always cheaper than elsewhere. Call at [*~ 239 Main Street. J. C.JBRIGHT^ Onr ExMMtloii of Camaaes, Etc., will I* held Ikta noma tl 100 and 102 Los Angeles St., Cor. of Requena St. OVER 5M CARRIAGES, BI GGIES, W ICONS. Eh\, ON BXHIBITIOW. These vehicle, will nut tie aome tixed u;> to .liow, but will be inch aa we are selling daily. I am the Sole Director of this Show and as is usual when Directors make Exhibits I shall get away with all the Premiums. Do not fail to see this Maiiti Carrie Eilitioi! It beats everything ever seen in this country. My Exhibit will cover two floors, each 50x153 feet. On the lower floor you will see STUDEBAKER FARM AND SPRING- WAGONS. The upper floor will be devoted to Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, etc. My doors will be open to the public, who are invited to inspect our repositories. Do not fail to walk through and inspect the mignitude of our business. It will repay you for your trouble. 3. W. LUITWIELER, Director, 100 AND 102 LOS ANGELES ST. TO ARCHITECTS AND BUILD RS. ■ W» .l,„r. to call jour attention to \\*}*mfm* I iirrjri iNiles Patent Mortice Lock, z Xi MBS " 1 " " UI b*WM mm\\W H STRONGEST, MOST DURABLE h"*=fi ■ — MORTICE LOCK IN USE J? ■■Wjl ,ii >: '- : -«'ll'i-l--'<»•") of doer,: no kev-nol. •fc HMPfa| I*l " .mi ■ ."■tL. ■'SJM / n ... »hm.-a.,,!!*!,,* and con„qu*iitl) nt liahl. to to r vi gßrown&Mathews Z ■ * 21 AND 23 NORTH SPRINO STREET, r^^^^^m 9 a Wm UT i* *\trt In HuiMrn.' II ,r and lifnttlltural lin TMF plrawnta. , ..in Sr. lAWLET Bm. KASDWARE CoT, •THOLEBALI IHD RKI HL DtAIJtM IN Wagous and Agricultural Implements, Nails, Rope, Scales, Belting, Barbed Wire, Windmills, Etc., Etc., SS, Hit mill «« Morlh Los .ngrlrs Strrrt.lLus .nitrli-.. t'al. P. W. Sl>«;. Waiintrcr. Ln* .uo l. - tcrncy. Hi ml OMcrt Ml to a«» 1» Warkrtst.. Man l>m»M-taro. DANCING SCHOOL. Mra A. Kraneli. wt-thoa bo tahimi bat puptla tbat ah* baa returned from Han rnnetaeo ami raojwri bar .•»-.<. in*- fVhool, Saturday, tfto b*r «tb. hi th* Urmnd opart lloua* l»uihtin h Hall at I t* r. M. eat* la. NO. 4(5. A NEW LMCIIC MTU. Profeaaor ruy*- hu Itttaa lost? »*-roed atnry of the urv U«rt.b>r Block, oath* PI-ita, with the Intentiou ot iprnloc a fli-at data lodftiiift bon-H- root* dealrnua of etiffaflug drUrable room« thniild r*ll *t once oo th KrofttfMor, at So. * baker Block .rctttllHQ<t