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d.ilt R.roBT raoa cau. aoaab or raoarc. ax v cßAxea.) fruavgivea below are tur round on. -i et n dard queuty, deUrareu at atote or n»r. h as. In this city. Small parcels, off qualities »' •*»>. choice grade, are not Included. WaoaMDiT, October tt. lis*. HIOHROT Lowarr •hett: . 1 to 1 tt Australian No. 1 ' 1 f. J T„ do No. S *' 'lv Odessa Nc 1 — 1 ' ' do No. t do No. I White Hneslan 8C.jB:r:"::.'...::::::::;--'-'' «» do I * ™ Feed No. I. new «> '» do No. S • »t . „ Browing No. 1 old 1 00 Corn . „. , ... Law yellow I*> - » Small yellow 100 ISO Large Willi. Small whits flour »bbt • M mil Feed: ,„ „ Bran » 00 Mixed Feed 1 00 Cracked Com 1 60 do Barley new SO around do 80 Rolled do BJ Potato sack. 6 Lubricating oil, V gal *» Drain tawrs: Mill sacks tl| Liverpool returned 01 French returned 61 Calcutta, sunn, snot 0) Second-hand barley 4 6 Bay Barley, wli. baled 10 00 Barlcv, rope bated Mixed R. B 10 00 W. U. Altalla R. B. 10 00 Wheal. H ll _ 0 00 Potatoes. L. A Early Hose, new to Northern, do Irish lUMunea t.OO Centennial I 10 Jersey Blue I 66 Uarnet Cbillea 1 In Sweet potatoes: Yellow as 1 » Red and white, choice. 1 UO Butler: Los Angela, roll No. l 70 Northern, do R: Pickled, now do M Mixed Store do 'tl Firkin (Cal) V tt, do Eaatern roll art Cheese: .„, 8h.=.":...: 3 Alamito., 3t». hand lot Fasten. ' 1 Eggs 3 < » 5 1 Bonev: Extracted, light H 4 Amber 8 Comb » W Beeswax ts S3 . Tagetablea: 0.. ion , Silvers kins 1 00 Yellow. . . 75 Cbillea 1 » Uarllc « 00 Cabbage per 100. «» *"nnk 260 300 Bay oue Lt,ie s6O soo Navy largo Navy-mall 176 *»< Rod Kidney Hen. 6 76 • 60 Old roosters. « 0. Young ttocetore. t6O 600 8r0i1... t75 111 Turkey- H >• Buoka .largo 8 W) " medium 600 000 Oeeae, per pan rish, dreaaed rtted Fruit- Apple., c A I , evaporated... ls l Poar. „ Poach.*, 8 D 8 • Plum. Evaporated pitted plume..... 8 dlaokbernee. Apple., siloed ' " quartered °l Prune., French " Prune.. Cala — n mmm: i oj Layer. | rl London layer. 1 °V Bulk raisin. » » ' Dried grapes. Walnut., L. A. 1881 _ , a a,, «J Lemony, .mall, per box 1 5 '*? 2? Limes. * box 1 76 Wool: - ~ Sprlr g clip, per lb » ■ ■ Fall do 8 7 PWleiono: Light Bacon H Medium " ' Heavy " " Lard, 10-tbtlns >"! •» 6-fj »» II my i;j •■ eat. - H Eastenip.ll.,3n.(F.lrliank.) 11l .• s" •• ist " 10" ■am.: .•ftigar-cured - « A. at C. uranurveaeei California ■ Bide.: Dry »t «lp y Calf - 1»4, Clllla t Skins: Shert w.ol, each SO Long wool, each 76 Shearling. 10 Guns, Guns, Guns. The attention of the sporting public Is called to the new arrival of funs juet re ceived by Mr. Wm. Llever. Sportsmen s hm purl ii in, IS Commercial street. They consist of double barrel, breech loading shotguns and rifles, which to the spurlsmaii's life are gems They were selected with the greatest care Irom some of the best of English makes and are of the very best value lor money ever offered in tbls market. The most fas tldlous sportsman can be suited, there being over JOB to select Irom at prices from a *» single to aW» "ammerless Quality better and prices lower than auy other house in California SHI Ersneialtal ratal — Welllnwtoti Canal. A raretul eatimale ot the relative cost ol coal and wood shows the Wellington coal to be the cheapest. It will burn in any ordl nary grate or cook stove, giving a steady heat, and Is much more convenient to use than wood. Now In general use by all the hotels, resiturants, etc. In this city For sale at all the retail cosl yards, Am prepared to sell same In car-load lots and upwards, tie ltvercd at any station on the line of the Southern Pacific railroad. Walter s m > twri.t., mySbtf Wholesale Dealer. 10 Court St. Tat whom II Slap ( oarrrn. Please take notice Any person having pledges or collaterals at the star 1...an and Broker office, Noncommercial street, will please redeem tbe same or pay accrued In terest thereon within thirty days from this dstc, or they will be sold. P. S—Money loaned on all klnda of personal P r "'^ rl r !_ t( Hughes' Knsalan Baths, located at No. 31ft Main street, opposite the Pico ilnuae. Oen llemen aud ladles attended to by persons of their own sex. FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Complaint, you haveanrlnted guarantee on every not tic of Sblloh's Vltaliter II never falls to cure. Sold by C. F. Helhseman, IM N. Main, street. You will never have a sour stomsch If you drink Damlana Bitters. HHILOH'S CtrRE WILL Immediately re lieve Croup. Whooping cough and Bron chills. Sold by C. F. Hetnteman, 122 N Main street. A positive enre for dyspepala-llarnlene Bitters. Michel Levy* Co., wholesale llq nor dealers, agents. It yon want a good appetite drink Demi ana Bitters. Michel Levy* Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. "HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant Prflime Price 2* and SO cents. Sold by C. llelnseman. 122 N. Main street. All respectable dealers keep Damlana Bit ters. Michel Levy A Co.. wholesale ilqnnr dealers, agents. Eastern transplanted oysters for one dollar _>er can. at Boh a. WHY WILL YOU cough when Shlinh't .Cure will give immediate relief Price 10 a?(s . r a)cts. and .1. Sold by C. F. Hefnieman, 122 N. Main atreet. The largest atock ot drugs tne.Heine-, per turneries and toilet articles in Southern Cal ifornia, at C. F. Helnxeman's. Damlana makes the old, young and the weak strong and healthy. Michel Levy A on.. wholesale llpuor dealers, agenta. SHILOHS VII A LIZES ie what yon need for cnnstipatlon, Loss nf Appetite. lustiness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price So and 7. r . cents per bottle Sold by J c Heinse man. 122 North Mats etreet The old reliable -n r.' of C. P. II■• inrc«i an lo still headquarters lord rugs and mediethea. He haa a full line of patent medicines, sell ing them in quantities u< suit at Eastern prices. ARE VOlt MADE miserable by lodise, tloli. Constlp ttion, IM/zitiess, Isiae of Appe tlt.-. yellow "kin' si.li..h - Vitalixer Is a positive cure Sold by c F lleltiseinan. 122 N Main steet. Damlana makes the old, young and the weak strung and healthy. M. I*>vy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers, ageuts. TIIE REV QkO. H THAYER.nf Bourbon, Ind.. says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to SHII/IH'S CONSUMPTION CCUF Sold by I F. Hrlnsemao, 122 N Main atreet. For lante hack, side or cheat, use Shlloh s porous Plaster. Price i. cents Sold by c. f llelnseman, 1« N. Main street SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY -a pool tlve cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. Sold by C. P llelnseman, 122 N. Main street The Mexican remedy for dlaeaeea of the kidney and bladder Is Ibimiana Blttcro. M. Levy A Co., wholaaale rates. Jane-ly Calllorula Oysters ol 2ft cents a plate at Bob Eekert's. hereafter ah. you have a headache! Why don't you try Avar's Pill.: They will relieve the st,,m ach, restore the digestive organs to a healthy action, remove tbe obstruction i!mt d.-loo ses the nerves and brain, and thus cure your headache permanently. I will sell Eastern transplanted oysters in sheila and cans hereafter, at wholesale aud retail. Bob Eckert. Damlana Bitters regulates the stomach Michel Levy A Co., wholeoale liquor dealers, If you want a good Siting trnss call at C. F. Hciii'finan'a UruK store, 122 Main street, who keeps the largest assortment of tmeses on hand in Southern California. F Llndqnisl, merchant tailor, Na SO Soring street. Is himself s practical cutter and having bad ample experience in flan Kr.ncl and Loa Augeles, knowa how to 'meet tbe requirements of hi. customers. He keeps o full supply ol the beet cloths con sfantly ou hand and makes them op "upon honor." Ladleo who are troubled with cramps and uervnnaneaa .hotild drink Damlana Bitters. It la pleasant to take. MIsCKIXANKUUs. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thai powder uevor variaa, A marvel of purify •trtingth and wlioluaotneneaa. More vi-oaondcaJ than tho ordinary k i mis, and cannot he no Id In com petition with the multitude of low teat, short weight, alum or phosphate powder*. Sold oklt » cash. Botal Baking PowDia Co., 108 Wall-at, Auction Sales By JOHN C. BELL A €0., RKAL ESTATE ANDOENERAL AUCTIONEERS Office, Room Sr. Temple Block, over the County Bank. Rea eatate in all parte ot the city, Includ ing residence.-and bualnes. properties, block, and ranchee, .undivided and .old at auction or private eal«. Appraisement, of every description ol property a rpeclaltv. Sale* made at auction b/ order of Courts, Administrators, Executor., Commission era. Receivers, Mortgagees and Trustees, faithful. 1} comply inn with prescribed legal forraa . House, and rooms rented: assume charge of property, bold power of attorney far absentees, collect rents, attend to taxes, insurance, street work. Improvement, and buildings. A'so, auction, horse and. arriage mart and ■ales yard, Loa Angeles street, tietween first and Second street* CONTIrIt'AT.Or. OF s a. 1,1-: On Satorday and Monday Neit, Al IO O'clock, sharp, ALLEN & THOMPSON, "lev. 3t south Spring; street. The most elegant assortment of rholce and select FURNITURE Ever offered In the City nf Los Angeles. The above are all imported and first class, (mm the leading houses of New Tori, Ckicaio ul Graotl Rapids We warrant every article of the newest style, design and finish, consisting of Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Oil Oloths, Shades, Lace Curtains, Etc. In order to close their copartnership, they will offer their iimneuae stock of goods at auction to tiie highest bidder, without reserve, commencing Satorday Morning;, October 25, Al 10 o'clock, and continuing from, day to day until all are sold. Ladies particularly are invllctto attend |I,lk sale Also dealer, will find great bargains Ao invitation rx tended to all. The above embraces s toll assortment of every srtlclc In the Furniture tine, such as can be found in a first-class Furniture warehouse. 10TE.-W(i particularly call the alten llon ot dealers ln all the neighboring towns In this Una. as every article will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve. TFettnS.-As follows; All suras under 1100, cash, all sums nver 1100. 30, UO and M tlays; fur sntisfni-t..nl yen 1.-rseil paper tothe Batiks 1 percent added. ftgr-The above will be on exhibition un til the day olsale. J oil ii O. Sell, octltvtd tnrllonrrr. NEW REMEDIES 08. QUINUN S WORLD'S DtSfENSAHT BOOMS 6 and 7. IN TIIE Allen Block, cor Spring ft Temple Htm hem Angeles, established for teatment of ilWfAl ttttftttl Of an kUkW, via.: Oonorthas, Otaat. Syphilis Seminal Weaknes* and Itnpotency The wet or ha* had year* of experience in the treatment of then* dlr»efti-csji.and Ihoee who sro in rvee.l of hi* •ervice. ithculd not fall to call and ate him before got a* elsewhere, as the l>octor will guarantee ■ rare in *lloaees he and. rtake* f*ef»t>i,i living st a distance can be cureil at home by writing to the Hector and giving a full and plain descrip tion of their case Address lift. W. J. OI IWI.AV P. O. Box «0, Los Angeles. dee IS* 60 Acres at 1150 per Acre, One h.lI mile outside city limits. No supe rior land In the county for gropes or fruit. The price Is lust iwo third.what any similar land can he had for. P. H. BARCLAY, OCT If 9 Nadean Block BESiaSNt'E or ft ROOMS On Ninth etreet; lot raM feet A bargain atSiSOO F. 11. BARCLAY oc7 tf 9 Nadean Block.** S ACBBS TO ISO tl RFS, On Fair link- A venue, Pasadena, in', year old vines. Tbe finest property for building pur poses In the Colony. We will offer this prop erty at a special btrgaln during this month. r. II BARCLAY. oc7 tf 9 Nadeeu Block. [COLONY LAVS»ri. MOO seres or less of the finest land \n South crn California; deep, rich soil; stmatlon per fect. The water supply is the best of any land in the market. beingmnstabundantand In living streams. Every acre eanehle of Ir rigation. This land lies at the base ol the ni'Stntains and Is adapted to every fruit and grain grown In the State. It le offered at about hall value P. H. BARCLAY, or 7 tf 9 N.deau Block. FRESH APPLE OIDEB, The Seaatae Artt*le\ MADE FROM LOS ANGELES APPLES AT HERRMAN k GRIBI, 110 LOS A*t.t>LßB STBSET. Froft-r.tscrs are requested to bring their tp ples in the above named place nestlin FOUNDRY And MACHINE SHOP, M. S. BAKER <tt CO., Manufacturers nf Mill, Mining and Agrtotil tural Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings, etc.. i I tn 47 South Main Street, Cos Angeles. Cal. nettt-rf Hik fnr them, nellimti RIDQWAY'B ~ Employment and General Informs tion Bureau. So. 204 West Firat St., lam Angelee, Cel. Help of al) kinds constantly on hand and em, pilau tree of ehsrge Your patronage isnroee-ftillv solicited. |.cl OttO. K. KIIMiWAY, Prop'r. BOTIOt. Phe Health officer Is now prepared with fro-h 1.,, iue vaccine matter, and will lie In hi • nrhec irom 1 r. al. to St. tf. to vaccinate for the cltv rest2l Iw \La CVoateu oopy.| LOS AVVGELEB DAILY HERAEP. THURSDAY MQIWIXg. OQTQBEg :BP.- 1884. NEW TODAY. SEW TO-UAY. NKW Ttl-IiAY. OUR NAME IS LOW PRICESI We want you to patronize our firm. We are kind to our customers, but the Terror of our Competitors., THE NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE Invites ESverybody. Our new stock of goods for the season is larger and btv.er than ever before. Come and we will greet you with a real, genuine bargai.i. We mean what we say. We shall sell you better goods, give you more styles, and more value lor the money than any and all of them. Our Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods are well worth in spection. Remember that we carry the largest stock of Overcoats of every description tfjf any House in Southern California. Herman Colin, New York Clothing House, : : s i HO. 134 North Main Street, Between Farmers' & Merchants'and I os Angeles Savings Banks. or,m ' Mist KI.I.NKOI'N. Ordinance Wo. 138. An ordinance authorizing and directing tbe sail* hy tMe City of Los Angeles of ita intereat In certain real property allnated In blocks "C," "D," "E,, 1 "H" In the Fort Hill Tract, and Lot IS, Block 3f>l», Ord'a Survey, In aald City, and filing Ihe man ner nf aald aale. The Mayor aud Council of the City ot Loa Angeles do ordafn si t.' .Iowa: Section 1. That the right, title aud Inter cat nl the city of Los Angeles In and to all thai real property situated In the City of Los Angeles, county of Lns Angeles, Stale of California, and being lota «, 7. «,«. 10, nl Block "C;" lots t, 5,11, 7, of Mock "!>:" lots 1, 2, 3, 4, ol Block "E." and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, H. 9. 10, 11, 12, 13, U, 15, It',, 17, Is." 10, 20, 21. 22,23, 24 nf Block "H" In the Kort Hill Tract, and lad IS, Block SSJj, Ord a Survey, to he sold at puhllc avictiiin upon the cttndltions and In the manner In this ordinance con tained and expressed. 8«r. 2. The Clerk of the Council, of the city of Lns Angeles, shall ou the 11th day of Ileoeinber. ISS4, ln front ol the ufliee of the aald Clerk ol lite Council, In tbe city ot Los Angeles State of California, at the hour of 11 A. a. of that day, sell at public auction to tbe highest and best bidder, for gold coin of the government of the Culled States, paya ble at the time ot the delivery of the deed of aald real properly, all the right, title and I interest nf tbe city nf Los Angeles, lv aud to the above described real property; provided ' that no sale shall lie made unless the aaid 1 bids for the said real property shall he: For lot 6 of Block "C" 11000 or more. For lot 7 of Block "C," 11000 or more. For lot Sol Block "C." 11000 or more. For lot II of Block ■■(:." $1000 or more. For lot 10 of Block "C," »1000 or more. For lot 4 of Block "I>," Ipso or more. For lot 5 of Block "IV $1000 or more. For lot 6 nf Block 'H," ISW or more. For lot 7 of Block "I>," IhOOor more. For lot 1 ol Block "K." llrOO or more. For lot 20l Block "I-:. taOO or more. For lot 30l Block "i.. MM or more. For lot 4of Block ' (~ Moo „ r „,„„ For lot 1 ot Block "11. " |600 or more. For lot 2 ol Block "II," |7500r more. For lot 3 ol Block "II," |700 or more. For lot 4of Block "II," 1700 or mora. For lot 5 of Block "II." 1700 or more. For lot 6 of Block "II," 1700 or more. For lot 7 of Block "II," *«» or more. For lot S of Block "II," »000 or more. For lot 9of Block "II," MaOor more. For lot if) of Block "H," SHOO or more. For lot tl of Block "H," lUXXI ot mure. For lot 12 ol Blotk "fl." 11000 or more. For lot #nnilpek"H,""t9oo or more. Fur lot t4 of Slock "H," Halo ~r more. For lot Rot mock "trV'SSOOnrmnfe. For lot 16 uf Bluck "II," I7.a> or more For lot 17 of Block "II," 1750 or more. For lot IS of BP ck "II," 1660 or more. For lot 111 ol Block "H." |A'a> or more. For lot 20 of Block "H." «AOO or more. . For tot 21 of Block "II." IMO or more. For lot 22 of Block "H," fan or more. For lot 23 of Block "II." «500 or more. For lot 24 ol Block "H," MOO or more. For lot IS ot Block X,',. Ord a Survey, traW Rgc. 3. That the purchasers at said sale shall pay the sums bid by them for the said lots respectively to the Treasurer of the city of lan, Angeles; and the said Treasurer is hereby authorised and directed to receive the said moneys so paid as afnrcssid. Hgc. 4. The Mayor of the city uf Los Ange les Is hereby authorised and directed to eie cute, acknowledge find deliver to each pur chaser st said sale a com claim doad of i- ich and every tot so purchased at aaid sate aai - paid lor by him, upon tbe payment by him ol the purchase money I hereol as hereinbe fore expressed. 8«c. ft. The Clerk of the Council shall cer tlty to the passage nf this ordinance and shall cause trap same ut be published one* a. vteek for eight c<en*eeutlve weeks lv the Los Angeles Daily HEt a id, a. newspaper pub lished In said city, antl thereupon and there after it shaft take etreet and be in force. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordi nance was Adopted by the Council of the city nf Lns Angeles at its meeting ol octolter 7th, A l> last W. W Komnaoa, Clerk of the Council of the city of Los An geles. Approved this 13th day of October, A. D. ISB4. C. E. TitoM, Mayor. ORDINANCE So. 139. An ordinance authorizing the Mayor of the city of I-oa Angela*, to convey hy quit claim deed the Intereat of said dry in lots 12, Ift, It, 17 and the aouthwesterly part of lot 1"» in Bloc It 2, of the Beaudry tract, to Bessie 0. Barrows, M. II La Fetra and Sarah E. Hadley. The Mayor and Council of the city nf Lo Angeles do ordatn a* follows: Hgrnori 1. The Mayor is hereby author! sed and directed to sell at private sale for the several sums hereinafter mentioned and to the persons named, all the right, title and Intereat of said city in and to the following described lots of parcels of Und situate, ly ing and being in said city of Los Angeles, to Wit: Ist. To Bessie Green Barrows, for the sum of twenty dollar* lot No. 17. Block 2 of the Beaudry tract, reference being had to map of said tract recorded in Book one of Mis cellaueoua Records, page 401, in the office of the County Recorder of the county of Loa Angeles. M. To M. H. La Fetra, for the sum of twenty dollnrs: Lot No. 12 in aaid Block. Bd. To Hnrah tt. Hadley. for tbe sum of fifty dollars, lots 1:1.1 4 and the south half of lot ir» in said Bloeka exeepta piece »0x» loot In tbe southeast corner of said let No. IS and the Mayor ,is hereby authorized, and tllrctctl to exortire, acknowledge and de liver to said prtrchasers, respectively, for and In behalf of said city, a quit claim deed of all the right, title and interest of aald city ' In and to the lot or lots so purcha-ct by them upon pnyment of said sums of money, as hereinbefore provided. i Bk*. 2. The Clerk of the Council shall eerttfy to tbe passage of this ordinance and shall c iu»e the same to be published once a week for eight consecutive weeks In the laos Angeles l tally Hrbai.p, a newspaper pub Hshed in said city, and therefrom and thereafter It shall take effect and be ln full I hereby certify that the foregoing ordi nance was adopted by the Council of the city of Los Angeles at Its mewing of October 7th, IKM W W ROBINSON, Clerk nf the Council of the City of Los An geles. Approved this Itlth day of October, A. I>. IHH4. C. t. THOM, Mayor, o a w «w octW Drs. €. <t Frank Stevens. BSSrVItSTS.! Steal act enfTevetb SM Lee.s ...pr~ ■100 tor teeth la the morning, can have them same day. Teeth without . plate. Fine fillings a .pectaitv. All opsretlous guaranteed. Booms ISaml lOSahnautelutrßlcaik.opiMssteP 0 mvw j O. W. aiMON OOM'ANY, Why gn to pl«e».tb« ast you such pro*. | SJII.VSIK. OOODU When you csn goto Ihe I. « . UIRMOS llHirtM And May same as other staple goods are sold at a reasonable »r,w)l aapatf ssisa Im J. HAMMONO Hat Just rstunted from San Fnaiielfcco, after aa I absence at three weeks, bringing with her a 1 large stock of Millinery Oooda ia all the latest i I atylaa and novelties, at rernarkar.lv low prices, I I at her new stoea, | settte-laa Ne tMH ttprlaiMt. MISCKIXANKOUS Democratic Meetings. Thos B Brown, Esq , Demo cratic Nominee for District At torney; W. T. Martin, Esq. Democratic Nominee for As sembly 78th District; Abbott Kinney .Esq .Democratic Nom inee for Assembly 76th Dis trict ; Riohard Dunnigan. Esq., and Geo. 8 Patton, Esq.. will address the people of Los An treles County upon the issues of the day as follows: WESTMINSTER Wednesday, Oct. lf», ISM DOWNEY Thursday, Oct. 16, ISM NORWALK .Friday, Oct. 17, ISM NEW HALL Saturday, Oct. IS, ISM SAN FERNANDO Monday, Oct. 20, ISM SANTA MONICA Tuesday, Oct. 21, ISM ORANGE Wednesday, Oct. 22, ISM ANAHEIM Thursday, Oct. 23, ISM EL MONTE Friday, Oct. 24, ISM SAN GABRIEL Saturday, Oct. 2n, ISM SAN PEDRO Monday, Oct. 27,18 M WILMINGTON Tuesday, Oct. 2S, ISM COMPTON... Wednesday, Oct. 29, ISM AZI'SA Thursday, Oct. 30, ISM SPADRA Friday, Oct. 31, ISM POMONA Saturday, Nov. 1, ISM LOSANGEI.F.S Monday, Nov. 3, ISM On and after Thursday, October 23, 1884, HON. K. F. DEL VALLE, Will address the people ot this County In ac cordance with the foregoing appointments. The nominees for Assembly will speak only within their respective Districts. Catidi dates for county ofSees will lie present at all the meeting*. By order of Democratic County Committee. W. 8. WATERS, Secretary. STEPHEN M. WHITE, Chairman Democratic Cmiuty Cnmmittee. octll td Rare Chance to Invest! 25 Acre* of the Choicest Fruit Land IN PASADENA, Ofwhair mile from Pasadena Poetkiffice or Rail road .station, containing 4000 TREES AND VINES fan years old and bearing; (tieuvgee. I,* h, -, Apples, (.rapes, Pears, Nectarines, Apricots anil Lemons. Tree, est in Bpri. got and grounds In the hitches, state of cuitreation. Two new houses, tw > barns and other build ings. All for SI*,MO. Will return a hand some Inc me on tift.OOO. Owner is desirous of improving a business opening in another part of the country atooceaiui ht noc <iffi*n. to sell for less than its t rue vSlse. Horses, wagons, tools and all personal proper ty assy be had with the place if the MKha#er so desire* Apply to J. N, OHF. .ORV\ t West First Street. Los Angeles. Or BEN. X WARD, septStf P. Q. Building, Pasadena. SAFES AT COST. S.4FES. DIEIttOLD .SAFES. WM. H. SCHILLING, Agent, NO. 9 N. MAIN ST. As I am about to leave the elty. will sell present stock at coat oetStj Notice to Stockmen. aa a T.m. Thirty Head of Tonnf Graded Dur ham aid Devon Bulls Bulls three-fourths thoroughbred. Call on or ♦end to JOHN BURCHAM, Of Mojsv. Stock Ranch, oct4-tf San Bernardino, Cal. For Sale Terj, Heap, 269 Acres of Ftret Class M, 4 Miles West of Sepulveda Station. The land is particularly adapted to orchards and vineyards. Good water can be obtained at from 50 to 60 feet from the surface. A fine vineyard and orchard on the adjoining property. Will sell in 20 acre tracts. For full particulars apply to MORFORD& SON, sepAOtt 114> Merth Hg>rlt»st It Electro-Magnetic Institute D& E BOBBINS, MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN Curesdisease, that battle tbe .kill ot other physielaas. hy Eleotriotty. Oslvaale. Electric, sad Medicated Vapor Bath., Swedish Movement Cure, and .11 the new metro de ef heaiiag. Or. Hohblns has had ten year, experience, and the two yesrs he Km been lo cated her. haa cured hundreds ol leading oitl .espa. to whom reference can b. gnaw, ot •& -t taattsl Incurable dbsruaawke.allda.aaS failed. Disease, diagnosed witboat axptanetion from tb. patient, tree of charge OFFICE HtICRK H till H, ItoS,B to 8. Institute and residence m and 113 Man, slrecl opposite the Cathe.lrsl Elecltteal otltces room. 1, 2, 3 „,„! 4 Larondc Bl.tck, opposite Postornec entrance ou Kirst streej t Telephone 144. oetl-U LOOKHART & SON, aa. sas i ppss avus st. 5 -if 1 Z cts t& ca AND MILL FIKD. OOOUS DELIVERED Telephone 20! •wont Ballri- 1 * Ticket and Employment Offlca, BUREAU ol INFORMATION; male Lip free Real Palate Broker ; bourn .ud lota sold on In Mailm.nUi houses ami roonia. _W___btd or an rarnl.tnst. secured. E NITTINOKK lit North Main treat, near First St TelcphotuVto. Il» awslltm rOR BALK—tXJR RKNT. CLE.UAND AND BLAINE Campaign Whips for ssle at S. C. Fo, a 217 antl 210 Loa Angelas street. oct4-lm FOR Mil. A Lodging House of 19 rtHims, (MM Ala meda street, opposite th I depot. Will he .Old If applied for soon. ootlO lw run SALE. Lodging house ol eight rooms lor sale; rent very low; locality on Spring St. Apply at 319 South Spring St. sep2fl-lni FOR SALE. A seat In the Board of Trade. Apply by letter to Boa g_ Loa Angeles P. O. oct!2 FOR SAIL A light single delivery wagon and single harness, nearly new. Inquire at Multiut land's, 22 South Main slreel, or at Dupiii , Livery Stable. octlO tf LOAN MONEY ON WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS. D. McFartaud, No. 10 Commercial street, has money to losn upon warehouse receipts for grain or general mci elisliilise ut-H2 2uw NICE COTTAGE FOR SALE. On Tenth street, between Mailt and Hill street., next tl,s,r to corner of Hill slreel; lot oOxl'iO feel; between Iwt, lines t,f street mil ways, on the well known Workman TraeL Apply to E. ft. Workman, 949 Main street, corner of Eleventh street. oets lm FOR SALE. Or tn exchange for city property, IHO acres nf superb lain] at San Gorgnnio Station, S. P R. li.. w ill increase rapidly In value; first class bargain if taken soon. Call at H n . Nadeau Shack (under stairs.) octl7 tf FOR SALE. A first class stand In the salnon business; reason given for selling. Enquire At this of"*- QCII7IW HOTEL AH SALOON FOR SALE. The Lafayette Botel ami s iloott, situated on Plaza; furniture, go.sl will, etc.; all iv goiai order; lung lease. Inquire ot proprie tor at house, octal w FOR SALE. Feur ten-acre lota, near the new "Young La dies' Suaiiruury"; price, #200 per acre. ROOEKB, IH RAM A CO.. «14tt No. 241 North Main street. aeoas and board. Beautifully furnished rooms, single or en suite with board; 420 South Hpnng street. Julltt ROOMS AND BOARD. Nicely furnished and pleaaaut rooms with or without board, at 14 seventh atreet, between Main and Spring rn2Uf TO LET. From and after October Ist, ISM, one of Ihe store, in Baker Block, sow occupied by B r Coulter J a. GRAVES, Mpl7tt Boom 21, Baker Hla k. TO LET. A lot 60x128 tret, with house suitable for a laundry or manufactory; connected with sewer and city water; centially located. Ittuuire at No. 18 North Spring street, cigar .tore, sp2S-lm TO LETT. Fine double parlor* on second floor, un furnished or furnished; also oue tint, Sr*t rltsir, suitable far housekeeping, and other desirable lodgisg-rthanu), st Stiuny Side, 10;t Main St.. oorner Third. uctio/in BEAUTIFUL ROOMS TO RENT. Two pleasant furnished rooms, suite, and one single room for rent at No. 5 Bellvu. Place on Pearl .treat, at tbe end of sixth street Rail road. The situation is delightful, commanding an extensive view, uood board can be had close at hand. ... rayStf TO LET, With board, two large, nicely furnished front room, with bay window., grate, and use of tele- Phoae. Na. 493 South Spring .tree,. lutsepl* •TOBS FOR RENT 1 FaoxO November Ist, Nit. 2S South Main -Ir.-el. now occupied by S. M. ferry; store -!1\7... with workshop or store room in rear 24x04, connected by alley. Apply at V. Pnuera, 47 ripring street. ocWlt furnished aeoas to rent. Nicely furnished .tuple rooms, ranging iv price Irom p> to 110 per mouth; last Its free; all modern Impro. eulcnts; house ami furniture entirely new, p.rk Mansion. 221 New High street. octlt-lm TOMSOSSD BOOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO LET, BINOLE OR EN SUITE Corner Fort and Franklin stmru, ana block ream rtiiiiQjii. cunt oooas AM BOARD. Urge. ..■leg.iitl, hirnlahed room., with board; .teitirelly located and In the mast desirable part of th. city; 80S mil street, near Fourth. apStf TOUT. Three dasirable room, to let on the corner of st. Lout. St. and Virginia Avenue, Boyle Heights. Enquire at THOMPSON'S .ugxttt Grocery store, F*OR SALE. $76 Per Acre for Good Land At wast and ot Ward etreet Also, round hill, entire block at west end of Fifth street, on.ot the choicest hotel or residence dies ia the cltv. Inquired WILL D. OOULD, marlstl Attorney »q«w, Tempi. Block. MARES FOR SALE. SW Breeding Mares with Oolts, Cheap, at the SANTA MARGARITA RANCHO. Apply to RICHARD O'NEILL. aufSStf On the Handy FOR RENT. Office room, in Schumacher Brock, opposite Poatotßoe. Apply at Photo graph Gallery in the bnilrling. sp'-M-lm WANTrL -LOSr— f\>UND. WANTED. fTtrn sunuy rooms with board In a private family preferred Address P O. Box 9BS. city OCI2I 3t LOOT. Al the Park, or on the m.d to the city, last Frld.v, H memorandum tiook containing checks ami other paper, ol no \ aluc to any oac but the owner The Sutler will be lib erally rewarded by leavluit it at the 11kkai.ii oSVe loci'lt :u] J. C. MoMENoMY. WANTED. The right man tn ettgatie in the hotel I.mm ness- very little capital fall at the Hulleiilreck Mlitott, entrance nu Seeoud Hired m,'\i ttii--r lo the * hurrh, ftr-.( nwnn on leift t>t entrance. J to 4 dally. Bot IHTO QWO 0 t'OX octmr WANT KB AT •MCI. A Aeecvnd-Hand 2-horse Power tsteam Kn llueal the lciw Augeleo Kleetro plating and Stenell Worku, :W3 spring atreeti»et'i2 A HOTWI. Th# Arm of Carr A Thompson Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, teo M. Thompooii retiring. JNO M I'AHR, OKI) M TIIOMPBON Iroo • al , ttci .'l, IWM octW :«w ANNOUNCEMENT*). A W. P OTTS 1. the Democratic candidate for County Olerk. oeta-td CHAS. E. MILES I. the Democratic candidate for County Recorder. oota td J. BROUSSEAU l- (!..■ Ufiaoeratic cantlidste for Superior Judge. A octS-M JOHN W. GRIFFIN I. the IVm cratlc candidate for Constable, octa ut J. W. BROADED, Regular nominee of the Domocratlc parti for County Treasurer. octa td w. f. heathmanT - Deinocr.tlc eandlilate tor Assembly la the 77th District. F. R. DAY I. the Democratic nominee for Sttperv-isor ofthe Third DLtrict. octa vi J. P.MORAN I. the Democratic nominee or Supervisor of the Second District. ocUtd MILTON LINDLEy" la the Republican can .Idau for Supervisor in the Third District octa td Of Lo. Angele. Count) . Robert McPherson I« the Republican candidate for flupervieor in the Fifth s.nvrvUorial District of Loa Angeles County. octS td H. M. SMITH, (Incumbent) Regular Democratic nominee for Superior Judge. J. C. MORGAN, (Incumbent) Regular Demooiatlc nominee for Justice of the Peace. City Court. Henry O. Austin, Republican nominee for City Justice. octttd * GEO. E. GARD Is the Republican nominee for the office ot Sheriff Of Uu Angeles County October sth, ISBB4. DR. H. NADEAU Is the Democratlo nominee for Coroner. OSCAR MACEY, Republican candidate for Supervisor, 2d District. Election November 4th, WM. Second Supervisorial District bounded be Main. Upper Main streets and Downey Ave nue on tne west and clly limits easterly. Dr. Andrew McFarland, Regular Republican Candidate for Coroner of Los Angeles Co. oct7td C. H. DUNSMOOR la the Regular Regubllean Candidate for County Olerk. octnd BEN. E. WARD, Of Pasadena, la the Regular Republican Nominee for the office of County Recorder. octnd GEO. GEPHARD, la the Republican Nominee tor County Treasurer of Los Angeles County. ■_ oetTtd » H.W. MAGEE I. the Republican nominee for Member of Assembly For the 7ltth Assembly District of California ocistd R. A LING, Present Incumbent, I. the Democratic norn nee tor the office of Township Justice of Los Angeles County. octetd A. E. SEPULVEDA Is Ihe Democratic nominee for County Auditor. R. M. BARHAM I* the Democratic nominee for Sheriff. A. G. RUXTON la the Democratic nomluee for County Surveyor. GEORGE HINDS lit the regular Democratic uomineefor Supervisor For the Fourth Dintrlct of i n- Antreles oet!4 id Count} Henry T. Haaard In the Hepnbllcsn Nominee for the Assem bly from the Seventy seventh Anwinbly Dis trict of the State of California octlstd Chas. H. Edmonds, Independent nominee for Justice of the Peace octit-td) Ot San AUtnnloTownship. RALPH ROGERS In the regular nominee (or Sheriff by the Prohibition Party Ot Lo. Augeles coiiul > oc£Hd r«c Township Constable, CKaH. H. PENNING la a candidate for the omoc nl TownehlpOoaetahl. subject to th. vote nl the peep •on the 4th ot November H. aa. heen nominated a - a candidate ol the Kepubhjoaa Owiaa\yOoiii.wtlil mpmyxA For Township Justice RUDOLPH U«m, wepaUleaa nominee for TowaeMp hats, ol Im Aafetoa To.oel.ln neetloa. Noveaahw 4. ISM. net I Id RKAL KSTATK. REAL ESTATE. Crescenta Canyada I k HEALTHFUL AND BEAUTIFUL SPOTJ FINE CLIMATE FINE SOIL I Pure Water and Plenty ot It! ONLY 11 MILES NORTH .OF LOS ANGELES. CRESCENTA CANYADA Is a Tract of 2500 Acres of Land, Situate, near tbe Rate of the Sierra Madra Mountain above the Verdugo Cation, and known aa Frostiest*, Warm Brush Land. It >« now being subdivided into 10-aore lota, each of which will have a water right from a series uf reservoirs now being made on the tract. THE LAND WILL BE 80LD ON EABY TERMS, With one quarter oaah dowu. A tract of 40 acres haa been laid out a* a Town rite, with a Park and Fountain, As a situation for invalids it is one of tbe tinoat in the world. Mount Sao Francisco Maria protects it from winds from the sea and tbe .Sierra Mad re from the north wind. Special inducements will be given to parties who will put up a ' Hotel for Tourists and Invalids on the Trad. A good hotel wouldjba tilled all the year. Inquire at the office of T. E. ROW IV, 114 Xorth Spring Street. Mr. A. K. Briggs will take pleasure in showing the land and giving all informa tion about the same. maylStf Gordon Hardware Co., 29 SOUTH SPRING STREET, WHOLESALE AND KETAIL, ROPE, TOOLS, BALING WIRE, BUILDERS' CARRIAGE BOLTS, HARDWARE. HORSE-SHOES, NAILS, AMMUNITION. LOWEBT PRICES TO THE TRADE. >IW fl lm Lacy k Velrect Hardware Co., DEAL'S RH Hi HARDWARE, SMS, TINWARE AND PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. Manufacturers of Well & Water Pipe. Just received for FALL TRADE large Invoices of Ranges, Cook aid Heating Stoves, Agate and Stamped Ware, House Furnishing Goods and Ammunition. Full Assortment of Builders' Hardware and Mechanics' Tools. The attention of Architect., Contractors, Plumtaers and Builder, ia respectfully calufd to onr large and oomplete atock ot the well knowu Akron, Okie. Vitrified Stone Sewer Pip. and Connections. Undoubtedly the Uncut Sewer Pipe ever brought la this coast. The superior uualltv of thla Pipe la established .11 over the United Stale., and consumer, give it the preference over any other mike Having accrued the California agency for this High Grade of Sewer Pipe we are prepared to furnish It In all .Ires and any quantity at the same discount for which iuferior grade, are offered. LACY t TEHEK HARDWARE CO., 119 and 121 Los Angeles Street. oct7 1 in George O'Brien, UU of the Bey View Hotel ft* WUmu.»rton. h»» openeil the City Front Chop House, AT SAN PEDRO, And will b* hopcO looooMhU old ***** "J" FOR RENT. 6000 ACRES IN THI. SHANKLiN TRACT, ANAHEIM. 7.1 AOotafcel «r ALMLTA And a> Oood Ditch of BninlM WUar. A epaeopaod pka keen o» tk wp Por pertic irinro apply te or odd neat. J"HN WAQNKR, OlO>l»>f *«»h»U». THE ELITE GALLEHY AIWAJ* la UM land. TW one* etu.no In >looUverw Ow work It unoouAUed T ■ «TANTON, r—Wr. ouetott Loa Aatoloe, Oslo. AUCTION SALEM. NOYES & FIELD, Real Estate and Genera 1 . Auctioneers, REQUCNA ST., 1 DOORS FROM MAIN, Opposite the D. I Hotel, in the Buah Block. Wil, conduct * general .notion business on teat moat libera! terma Prompt returns made on all eaiea onr regular Satur day aale of HORSES, WAGONS AND HARNESS Oetttral Horse Market, One door from Main Street ■. W. NOVES, WWI. T. FIKLD. J^TleTMrly-Eigtits'Biil! n.lrl)'Right. Engine < o No 1 will give A BRAND ETmLBTAIrIMENT AND BALL AT TURN VERCIN HALL, ON Sttardv Ereitii. Nor. ltt. at 8 Qclak. - octant MMC MOftiT, The renowned Fortune Teller, can be aalely eotuulled on all subject*: Love and mar rlage locaUng mluea aud Imaiue... general Ix tell al 2» M Main .treet. Ruom .'at Geuls ,1. Ladles 30 cents. oetla t m 5 PHYSICIANS. DR. HOOKrasT Hallmea Block (over Cringe Sinn I No 17 North Main St., Loa AmrelCT. OFFICE HOURS -10 a. « , ~•;■» r. a. to I r. a.. ; r. a. to ■ r. a Hours li»-t.. 11 A . a. and 1 ra. devoted to treatment ~l K>e Kar ami Throat IHseaera. tteaidiuce, So. 120 Spring Street. Telephone, I title,-, v.',,. «n : Keeldenee. No. ±1S scplUtf DR. B. P. PENDBBY. PHVNII'It« 4*ll IVMiMrtl " m ■"■»«. IS South Serine. Street. LM OFFICE llulllw - l!i Joi'i to ir. a., 710 » »■ «. scpls Im J H. UTLEY, M. D., ■•hvmmiax AMU NIWHff, OFFICE, NO. 4, ALLEN BLOCK Cor of Spiing .ml TVuril ■ streets, Loa Angrlcs QMm Hour, stoii a «., 1 tot r. a. sepimf M. P. OHAMBERLIN, H D. offlot room, i and g x „. n s ,„ lth aprla. street, Rosldeliec,ctii.- !l |:o Aye.. Hot Ie Height, ollloe hjiir.. to to 15 a. a„ I to ft p. a. Obstetrics ami diseases ol women a specialty! HENRY B. LATHROP, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Of rtQI and taUDCKCK. Room, I, I ami n Kootler Block, -,::t south ?>iinii. street '' office novas-t to 10».mi 1 to , .i,a StoTr. a. aatftt M. Hilton Williams, MD.MCPSO, (Formerly ol Detroit, Mich.) Graduate of Victoria College, Toronto, Onta rio, (1S0<), Mi-mlier of the College ol r'!iv.,i,-i i ,in ami Surgeons of Ontario, tor several tear, [.riiitrie. »r ul the tlntirio Pulmonary Institute at Toronto, Out., and for 14 year, proprietor uf the iietroit Thr-.at ami Lung Institute at De troit, MleliiK.il. OFFICE: 271 North Main Ang.ilea.Cal. office In .nr.. from io a. a. to 4 r. a. Sundays, from 4 to 6r. a. fetf-iift K. D. WISE, M.D.. JaaawAWawi 11 , aa, -nay Phillips HI.OCX, :» north main street. (Jraduateil in the Jeflorson Medical College, Phil adtlphia, lit ISO.-,, attended leeturaa ill St. Bar tholonic.'s College lloapittd. London Alaoin Utiy'e Hospital i.n.i kings College, London, in ISS-land ISs2. T».k a clinical course In the Meoieal l ititersitt . Kdinhurgli, and solicits such patronage as llis exiiericnee and medicel eduea Utnca ttooaj: s told a. m. and 2 to fir a A. R. RHEA. M. D^ dIVMM lA* ARB HI nt.KO.%, Olllceand resilience, IS Noith Spring Street, In tho new Ponet.Dumlller Block. Prompt attention gtv.n to all prnle.,l tal tiusllless. Oisaaaesor Children a Specialty . Orrica llorau-atouia. a., 2 to 5 4 7 to 8 r. a. Oalleanawgred at all hours ut the day or night. OR.T.C. CALE, THE HEALTH OFFICER, ttaauken Room No. Ii iv the Los Angeles Ho. Tel crueliil.l and Los Angeles streets, lie will remain iii his office Irom 11 to 10 A. a., to vaoeinnate thiwe who nuiv aisli i-, at the hands of the city. La Cronica cony niyttl • Rj3BiioirjaD. DR. ROSS KIRKPATRICK Hellman Block, No. 17 N. Main St., Booms 1. 2 and 3. OFFICE UOIRB -HI to 12 a. a., 1 to 4 aud V to s •eptSkf] r. a. Telephone No. 00. F. DE W. CHANK, M. D., HOMCEOPATHIST. Roonu tt and 36 baker block. Office hours 10 _A_a. to 12 It, 2to 4. and 7toBr. m. novl tj Dr. J. 8. Oriffln, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 14 8. MAIN STREET. Office Houra— 9 to 11 a. m 1 to 8 and 7 to 8 Residence— East side of Mala atreet, below Wrst. mlo-tf Dr. O. F. GUlingham, Graduate ami Member Royal n o llegu Surgeons, Graduate and Member Royal College Physi cians, Edinburg. 7|N. MAIN STREET, NEAR FIRST STREET Consultation hours: 9 to 10 A. Sto 4, 7 *» S ». 11. deuW-tr 0. EDGAR SMITH, M D.~ Rectal l>iM«-fir«-M. Wonb sid I i in mi*)- Troubles. ■WOFFICE:- No. IN South Main street. jan24tf DR. J. P. WIDNEY lias removed hi«Dffli:e from Dow-lev Dlaclf tc WIDNEY BLltt'K, FIKST STiIKhT between Mdir. and OFFICE lIOl'lW, -j ' J £ *J *• j Resi-lence, 3XI South Ilill Street. Telephone, oiil.v '~», Hon-,- .» ;( j:.n2:ui ifi Coctiraii. M.D., M. mum. 1388«uth ulh,. street m ivntu Mreei Drs. Haynard ft Cochran, OfHee over Los Angeles Saving* bank. Ili.nrs Ha.M.to ft f. M. Telepbiuu', itl iiffiet-, N» octU If WALTER LINDLEY, IM. D 2ITO. 216 FORT ST Next door to Wollweber's drug etare, Telephone No. * ■ Office horns Ito4 r. a DR. CHAS. A. H. DE SZICCTHYe OFPlCE:~Schumacher Block, opposite Post offlee, rooms 20 arid XI. RESIDENCE: -Pearl street, Nintb. Office hours:—lo to IS a. h.; 2t04 r. ml; 7to ■t r. v. at residence. Telephone No. at office and residence, 160 Day and night calls answered. Dr. Joseph Kurtz No jtW Main street. oi>postte Baker Block sVF.vc and ear diieaaoe treated with the oaro o a specialist. aptS m. t. JONES, m. 0., Lanfranco Block. Sj^p LOS ANdELHS. Fve, Ear, Nose and Throat IHieasea treated ex slaWslT. aspttttf J. Hau no n, M. D., County Physician. MASCAREL RUILDINO, ui>sulra Keeidetioe OrOTnopohtan Hotel. Office hour* from 10 to IS a. a.; from 1 to 4r. a' apSO-tf OSOAR O. VKTKKIMRV SUKCEON. ALL CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY Residence, 2SS South Sprirnr street Reference*: Dr. X D. Wise, Los 4r,ge4es, J. W Adams. Downey Cltv Surgical operations performed Hucceasfully on all donieetic aoimale. Also, buying and selling borssa apstt DR REESE, Srhumsrher Block, opposite pustoffiee. In ctiunectliMi with a general prnctife, «;!• t*a special sttentlun to the trestment of tV*. eases or tbe Nuse, riintat, N.rk;, skin, eases, Diseases of the frionry On Feiusle l>ise:tM-s nnd 'ill -siirtjir il operati.'i! , aa for Fistula. Piles. Stricture, nicer. K,.y pus and till ttthrr Tnmorv Omi k Horss—f to 10 a. m and 4 to 8 r. v. Night c ill- niisweret) at office. Honrs between I a. m. snd ip. n.,St s uavs, devoted to the treatment of Tspo wortn. octUtt W. X DAVIS, M D-, H 0~ P. bTo., Graduate i.ft biCHgo Homoßpathlc College . and (Villeire of Physicians and Surgeons, of Ontario. Special Htteution paid to the treitinent of Catarrh ami IMfeases of the Skin. Cures* guaranteed in every ow undertaken Con sultatlon free. Kooma4, r, and 6 Ponet Bnmilier Block. 4.M »_Nortb_S priug street. oct 17 tf J. S. BARE, M. D., PHYMIOIAW AND «s| IH.F«\ Uradoate of Bennett sMtfltf* Med. Col , QssV cage, A. D. 1876. HtTJaPTTJUB Positively cure*), so that ihe truss can be entire ly dispensed »i[h, >rd life no toincer impenled by the rupture becomi-'i: slsassiahssd \tj uiothod o# cure is the ontv tntmna that is -.bH.lm»»ly mmH. Ciksa, hlotxlleaii and elfectual. no lru«, knife, tnr.- nor aunrioat oper hi.>ii A thorough attd pen" meat in .mru''- Seldom over ftve Si,, teapjired. Why -.hiVt the men tat nnd ta-.-alcat torture whfi- thfi- nm u ahuotuts i-ure •i* aaare far you* Tho * antl pr'idcnt * not let tats oppnrtnntV pass Call on or address J. 5. H\tv M IV rti> -i ■ t'i M'irirecii. tArroirte .o-j-wifi- I' i>, Ho--iiia S ami H; entrance .wi Fir* -'ret rssMeiKsa, IM Olive street. aW rjerThml . -.neulUtiot. Free. OFFICE IKM'KH-te to It t, a., S:9» to • :JD P.M. SuttdjTS. 3Uft p. a. # sefJtlif 11 . Portnerlyof the Bureau ¥ P CI KMKNt'K. Formerly ol the Pico House. THE TURF CLUB, 115 Spring Street. Warm Luni;h all Day. , aaadS-tj OFFICE HOURS. I wtll mat ray office from v a. M. a. It a . aset ■eaa 1 te t r a Jail,. Sun lari eseepaaat E H. If . i •