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Ladies' Muslin Underwear "Day"
at Hale's. DAILY HERALD. After careful preparation we are ready for our annual nulla underwear sale. We have set apart Wednesday, March 9th, par ticularly, to display for sale the finest lino of ladies'wear ever manufactured, and at prlcos one-half less thau they can be pur chased elsewhere. A c mplcte change of style Is quite noticeable—fancy embroid ry, Marlborough tuoks, aud lined backs, taking the place of p aiuer garments. We will sell on this day full llnesof cheinlseswuh yokes of flue tucks, with torchou l»ce around bauds and sleeves, aud made from a very flue quality of musliu. Our Hue of night dresses, or night rob:*, are the finest that we have ever seen. The most popular, or those most lv demand, are the Beatrice and the improved Mother Hubbard. These are elaboratoly tucked and trimmed—lined backs-and have torchon Inserting, with very fine embroidery. Skirts in all styles tucked cambric rullles, and tucks above rullle, with deep toruhou lace. Every skirt iv large and small slr.es, Is very full and made of very flue rnu«!in—equal to the Lonsdale. In drawers, we have seven dif ferent styles, each one fluishcd beautifully and canuot be compared with inferior grades. A lull lino of corset covers will also lie sold. Displayed In both show-windows. J. M HALF. A CO., 7 and 9 Spring Street. NIGHT ROBES! NIGHT ROBliS! No 1 —10) Night Dresses—Erabroldored aud 'fancy tucked, at 49c. Reduced from 90c. Extra length aud fine muslin. 100 N flit Dresses— Embroidered and fancy tucked, at 490. Reduced from 90c. Extra length and tine muslin I\o 2 -75 Night Dresses—Embroidered and fancy tucked, at 60c each. Reduced from tl Extra length and flue muslin. ,o Night Dresses—Embroidered and fancy tucked, at Wo oach. Reduced from SI. Extra length and flue muslin. . No 3 —76 Night Dresses—Embroidered and faucy tucred, at 6'c each. Reduced from 11.10. Extra length and fine muslin. 75 Night Dresses — Embroidered aud fancy tucked, at UEc each. Reduced from fl.lo. Extra length aud fine muslin. NIGHT DRESSES 1 NIGHT DREBSE3! No 4 —75NIght Dresses—Embroidered and fancy tucked, at 75c each. Reduced from 24. Extra length and fine muslin. 75 Night Dresses—Embroidered and tucked, at 76c each. Reduced from 14,2*. Extra length and fine muslin. , No. 6—loo Night Robes—Embroidered and faucy tucked, at *1 each. Reducad from tI.DO. Extra|length and flue musliu. 100 Night Robes—Embroidered and laucy tucked at tl each. Reduced from ST.6O. Extra length aud fine musliu. No. 6.-7.) Night Robcs-Embroiderd and fancy tucked, at 760 each. Jieducedfrom tl 25. Forty rows of tucks and torchou 78*Nllht Robes—Embroidered and fancy tucked, at 75c cneh. Reduced from 11.26. Forty rows of tucks out torchou edge. CHEMISES. CHEMISES. CHEMISES, War Department Signal Service United States Army. Division of Telegrams MadJWg**. o ' j\ h a ° beuefltof Commorce aud lt " r f; "° port of observations taken at Los Angeles, Cal., March 4, 1887: H 11 » i : ; l_ ifffl i I I 3 b i? ? ■I f 5 ? ' * • ! : M * : i °* I: I : -, 4<) . it 1'iiLin. » tile-tr al «2 ; 53 i 8W ir.'iFftir 3i 58 I M I Calm, j o;Clear it'rinoint'iur, W.O. cmnmeter, 4.">.0. i'.m I y People's Store. To-day we have one of the most import ant Bales' days of the scasou, aud we advise voutocome early, because there will un doubtedly be a big demand for the goods. We have a line of fifty dozen "Mikado" kid gloves that we place ou sale to day at hoc a pair. These are gocds bougut to sell at tl a pair: come In all shades but black, new goods, arrived yesterday morning by express; bought purpose v for this sale. A lino of fifty dczen "Suede" undressed kid gloves iv shades of tans and gray, sold to-day at 76c. These gloves aro worth 11.20 a pair aud spleudid value at that. Besides these we have a line of Freuch kid gloveß In five-button length, that we closed ont with an importer; price, $1 25 a pair. Ho claims they cost him more to import. Wo never have had either of these three gloves In stock before. A line of twenty pieces of novelty velvets in two-toned stripes, will bo displayed to day, for sale on our second center table. They will be placed at the uniform price of tl 25 a yard. The goods are a bargain at HI. They arc the prettiest aud uealeßt de signs we have handled. A Hue of 760 yards of gray all-wool tricot, forty-two Inches wide, splendid goods, will be sold to-day at ">oo v yard. This Is really a spleudid baresiu. The goods wero made to sell at 05c. We limit the purchase to a pattern of teu yards, to have enough to go arouud. ~ ~ We also offer n Hue of black, all silk stripos. at 750 a yard that are worth at least tl. We have three small plcccsuew to day. In domestics we will offer five-quarter bleached pillow casing standard brand, at 10c a yard. Bleached muslin, very fair quality, 5c a yard. New live 61 calicos -lc a yard. We have opened and placed ou sale to day 150 pieces of the uewest aud choicest designs lv dress giuuhanis. These are the best and pretties ginghams ever sliowu in our house. Special sale iv men's and boya' hate, to close lines, 880 is the price they sold up to 11.86, aud that was 50c to 75c uudcr other's prices. PIOFLK'S]STORa. No I—so Chemises, extra quality of mus lin, at 33c each. No. 2-50 Chemises, extra quality of mus lin, at 3tic cr eh. No. 3—60 Cheml'cs, extra quality of mus lin, at 39c each. No. 4—50 Chemises, extra quality of mus lin, at 42c each. '1 his lino of chemises has been reduced from 60, t'.O, 05 aud 75 cents each. An excel lent quality of musliu and in beautiful styles. . _ j. m. Ham st Co. 7 aud 9 Spring Street, Wednesday, March 9 Chemises! Ciiemisks! '. Lewi* Hros.' special*—For s'alur. day Only. Ladles' kid opera-toe slippers, 7oc; Indies' kid Oxford lies, $1. 101 and I0:t N. Spring street. For Cholera, Dlarrhn-a. Dyneii tery,lniluminalinii ol the Bow els, or colic. Take internally from five to ten dops of Darbya Prophylntlc Fluid in a tablespoon ful of water every hour or two till improve inent takes place. There Is no danger iv taking more of it and more frequently tf oc casion requires. In chronic cases, or when the stomach refuses to retain anything eUt\ use iujectioua of the Fluid aud water. We have never known a case that did not readily yield to such treatmeut, aud it saved the lives of many. Lewis Hros.' spiM:inltie*--For To-Day Only. Ml«ses'calf button shoes. U.7S quality, to-day ouly 11,40, 101 and lv;; North Spriug Street. Free Vaccination. The Health Olllcer baa opened a room at South Spring street for irce vaccina tion. Itcau t II ii I Cottuire. We have an clegaut cottage Just com pleted In the F.llls tract which we will sell at less than cost of building nud lot. Alrkb A WILbABD, MM North Spriug Street. Lewis Hros.' Speclnltlcs—For To. titty Only. Men's *i 7.1 calf nice shoes, 92.25. 101 and 108 N. Spriug street. Dill MMKIO.I \ti CHAHtFAUffE. The Company' Meeting Willi Sue cess. We are informed by Hamilton firiff n, oue of the Dlrestora ol the Carbolic Smoke Hull Company, and ucllug President of the Dry Sparkling champagne Manufacturing Com pany, of Los Angeles, CaL, that the organ ization has now been efftOted, nud tho com pany ready to fill orders. They will tend a sample botlle free to large dealers Wishing to try the champagne, or other persons re quiring it for bauquets or iv large quantities. The slock books are vow open for applica tions for shares, aud the Doctor says there is no doubt at all of the company 's success. The permanent offices are (it S8 North Spriug street, Los Augeies. No. 5— ICO Chemises at 69c. each; em broldcred and tucked. N0.6—100 Chemises at 880. each; em broidered aud tucked. Both of these lines are worth 85c. Now styles and extra lcuuth. Chemises! Chemises! No. 7 75 Chemises at 08c. each: beauti fully embroidered aud tucked. No. 8—75 Chemises at 71c. each; beauti fully embroidered aud tucked. Both of these lines are worth SI. New styles and extra length Skikts! Skirts! Skirts! No. I—lso Sii'ts nt 4jj each. Four li 1 rows of lucks. Reduced from 65e. No. 2—75 Skirts at 02c. each; in the very latest styles. Reduced Irom |1, Skirts! skirts' Skirts! No. 3—75 Skirts at 49c. each; entirely new sty Its. No 4—109 Skirts at 05c. each. New ityles ami Hue musliu. Very full and excellent quality of muslin. Drawers! Drawers! No. 1—26 dozeu Drawers at 2ic. per pair; 9 rows of lucks; worth 50c. Drawers! Drawers! No. 2—75 dozeu extra quality Muslin Drawers at 34c. per pair. from 60c. No 3-75 del v extra quality Musliu Druwers at S7c. per pair. Itcdueeu from 75c. Drawers! Drawers! No. 4—5) dczeu Musliu Drawers at 44c. per pair. Reduced from 75c. No. 5—25 dozen Muslin Drawers at 71c. each. Very tine musliu and reduced from 81. our liv ■ of Musliu Underwear is complete iv every particular. Call Wednesday aud exam tne. CORSET COVKSS. 100 Corset Covers nt IZKo. each 60 Corßet Covers at 25c. each. 60 Corset Covera st BSC. each. 50 Corset Covers at4sc. each. F'iue musliu aud beautiful styles. J. U. H.u.E .v. Co., 7 aud 9 Spring s reet, Wednesday, March 9 Ice nnd cold storage. For Sale—Au ice-machine, of a capacity of three tous pel day, or cold storage cupae ity of from ;>o,coo to 40.100 cubic feet. This machine la bull', by the well-kuown Delame.er Iron W.irks, New York. Low pressure, perfect lv construction, easily erected aud managed. Can be seen at Wm. Deacon's Main-Street Iron Works, Sau Francisco, to whom all communications can be addressed. Masonic Hull. I 1M x 81ti7 4;ii>o -i-17 _ ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! BY OKDEK OF PROBATE COURT Monday, March Ssl, 1887 AT TIIK RANCH Of THM ESTATE Of uh.tii aabu.u'. deceased, i Near FLORENCE, Los Angeles county, we wii.i. — SELL. AT P1.81.1C AI'CTIOW the woiMtftVKe nmitf! 175 HEAD OF WORK HORSES and MULES, I 12 COWS, 5 GRADED JERSEY BCLIs, 3 LARGE FREIGHT WAGONS, 4 FOUR-HORSE WAGONS, 4 TWO HORSE WAGONS, 4 GANG PLOWS, 10 CORN CULTIVATORS, 4 WHEELED ROAD PCRAPEK3, 110 COMMON ROAD SCRAPERS. s. 11. CASWELL, i Specl il Administrator of Estate of R. | Nadeau. ! NOYEB A DENNIS, Auctioneers. BUIHIW ! Electro-Magnetism, THE NEW MEANS OF CURE—DR. E. Bobbins' Electro-Magnetic lusiimte, corner of First nnd Ssirisg streets (entrance on First street) is vow fitted un, at consider able expense, with everything that la neces sary to cure chronic nnd so-called incurable dlsensca, by the fined electrical anparatuses iv the world. Turkish nud Russian Baths; also Eclectic, Sulphur and Eucalyptus Baths. Dr. Bobbins has had sevetal ye»rß' ( xperlcnce In tho Australian Colonies, San Francisco. Salt Lake City, Deuver, arid lour yeara In Loa Angeles, and hundreds of leading citizens can testify to the wonder ful effects ol electricity in curing cases of chronic diseases when nil else had failed. 1 and therefore nil pars on ■ infferlag should try tlila new remedy be fore abandoning all hope After every medical treatmeut tho ratleutsaro given Ihe MasfSge Troatmeut by persona of their own sex. The Doctor diagnoses diseases without explanation from tin patient, free of chargu. hia oflice hours are 11' 1113; 1t0i,7 lo v. mrt tf Lewis Bros.' Specialties—For To- Day Only. Misses' sole-leather tip, goat button shoes, $1. lUI »nd li>:'> N. Sprlug sireet. Fine Lois on Ellis Avenue. We are now selling those choice lots ou Ellis avenue, lying between the hotel aul Flgueroa street. They are beiug tnkeu rap- Idly, aud II jou <vaut oue call early. Aluee A WILLASfi, M\% North Spring nreet. Free Tests. At the ladles and geut»' parlors of the "Car bolic ■moke Bull," rooms :s and!, over SB North Sprlug street, Lus Angeles, Cal., they give free tests in order to piove their assertions. Truly, it's a wonderful cura tive discovery for such disease's as cUairh, colds, asthma, ele. Send for testimonials of our best citizens. They are worth read ing. Lewis Hros.' Specialties—For Saturday Only. Ladles' curacoa kid button shoes, 18.71 quality, to day at Si. 101 aud 10H North Spring Street. Shirts made to order at Eagleson A Co.'s, SO North Spring street. I mi) Homestead Tract. This property is on the line of the Pico street electric ro id. Lots are selling rapidly and will double in value in a short time. Price $I'J9 a lot; *2J mauthly, no Interest. One house free to every seven lots. H. N. Urmy, 11 1 West First street, Nndoau block. To Horsemen. One of the very best Rous of the Great Al mont will arrive at Agricultural Park, on or about tho Bth iustuut, to be used lv the Btud for the season. I hose wishlug the service of this fine auimal should wait aud Bee him. Due uotlco will begiveuof his arrival. Lewis Hros.' Specialties — For Saturday Only. Ladles's4.7s French kid button shoes sell ing at $8.76. 101 and 103 Norlh Spring street. Protect the Complexion. Fine raiment Is of less importance than a good complexion, vet the latter Ia withlu the reach of all. To secure a youthful, clear and smooth complexion, use ouly Camelline, pi.ik or white, protecting the complexion nnd Distantly beautifying the sklu. Price of Camelline is fifty cents. Fnrrdceiucd KliiKor Sowing Ma chines At a bargain. People's Loan Ofiice, :;i)G N. Main. . Evry well dressed man should woai Eagle'son'a perfect fitting shirt-collars, cuds aud neckwear. 11. E. Small, Dentist, removed to Hollenbeck Block Surlng street, corner Second street. Orange Trees. choice Washington Navel §ud other vs rieties For sale by Phillips A Walt., No. Ift North Main street, Loa Augelea. 'For a hygienic aud invigorating beveragi uae Gbirardelll's solub i ocoa. LOB ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 5. 1887. itiiscELLANEOti . BRYAN & KELSEY, 26 W. First Street, Bet. Spring and Maiß, Los Angeles. » 8000-Su teliff Addition to Boyle Helghta, subdivided into 26 lots. This Is near the Bird Tract aud Is un questionably the cheapest prop erty In ihe city: will net buyer 50 per cent, profit iv six months. Ex amine it at onrse. •15,000—Twelve acres on Boyle Heights, subdivided Into 76 lots. Bee it. •0500—Five acres on Adams street, near Vermont avenue. Fine location, Kl2,ooo— Twenty acres on Vernon avenue; all In grares. WsooO—Ten acres near Park Station. We Offer it Partial List of Im proved Properly. In case you do uot see what yon desire, inquire at otliee: •8500—9-room two story house; all mod em Improvements; nice lawn: beautiful yard; very cheap; BUI street, near Ninth. •7500—6 room cottage en Hill street, near Seventh. • 10,000—10-room house, large yard, etc., on Fort street, near Ninth. •2SOO—I-room house on Ohlnst eet; the cheapest property in Los Angeles; parties going Eatt; a rare bargain • ISOO—Will buy a 4 room cottage ou Olive street, near Pico. 81)000—9 room house on Pe»rl street; hand somely decorated. •5000—7-room house on Grand avenue, near Seventh street. •4500—7-room house on Boyle Heights; large grounds, beautiful yard. mtf-V/e have lots in all portions of the city at prices to suit. We have several de sirable pieces of business property ou Spring, Main. First aud Second streets that will net large returns on the investment. We work for a legitimate eommissiou and in all cases will protect your interests to the best of our ability. BRYAN & KELSEY, 26 W. First Street, Bet. Spring nnd .via In streets. attl LEADING ALL COMPETITORS In f lie Itace for Trade, JOE BAYER & CO., 20 Nortn .Vluin Street, WHOLESALE HEALERS AND JOBBERS is California Wines and Brandies KENTUCKY WHISKIES, 1 ■P » X T E I) LIQUORS. XI n fan tie I, Hlcullng, Hoclt, GUTEDEL, PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA, Muscat, Tokay, Etc. A 150,3 to lOyear-old|Whisky for medicinal use. Tennant's Ale, Guinness' Poster, Finest French Brandies, Gin, Blackberry Wine, Blackberry Brandy, Cider, Cham pagne, etc. CALL ON JOE X A V E X A VO . , 20 North ftlaln Street. ggf Lowest Prleas and Free Delivery. AGENTS FOR TIIE CELEBRATED Peruvian Bitters! JOF, BAYER & CO., 20 North Itlatn Street. H. G. ROLLINS & Co., no. 25 Temple Street., Dealers in Real Estate. LARGE LIST OF CITY AND COUNTRY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, jane tf FOR SALE! BUSINESS PKOPEETY. 2jj FEET ON BFKINO BTKEET, WUOOO PER FRONT FOOT. JQ FEET ON SPRING STREET, »2000 PEK FRONT FOOT. Jtj FEET ON SPRING STREET, «2000 PER FRONT FOOT. f.Q FEET ON SPRING BTJIEET, HISOO PER FRONT FOOT. fjQ FEET ON SPRING BTEBITJMM PER FRONT FOOT. 9(j FEET ON SPRING STREET, »TOO PER FRONT FOOT. 2Q FEET ON SPRING STRRET, «850 PER FRONT FOOT. (jfj FEET ON SPRING STREET, WOOO PER FRONT fOOT, j7Q FEET ON SPRING BTRFET (CORNER), SIOOO PER FRONT FOOT. j2Q FEET ON SPRING STREET (CORNER), »700 PER FRONT FOOT. McCOYE & CUSHMAN, f»MT«i»a 23 North Spring Street THE OVERLAND MONTHLY AND ! SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. « Tho large and steadily increasing subscription list ot the Overland Monthly throughout Southern Callfurula. and the | cordial welcome extended to the Magazine by all claises alike give the managcrsof the enterprise good reason to believe that tho time has come tor the permanent establishment of an office In Los Augeies City to strengthen the literary and busi N ucss relation* of tho Magazine in Southern California, An a zona, New Mexico, nnd the Southwest. " In pursuance of plans definitely formed several months ago the Ovkrhno Monthly has opened an office iv ROOMS 66 and 57, BAKER BLOCK, undercharge of Mr. A. A. Bynon.of los Angeles, and Mr. F. W. Stowell, of our San Fran. Cisco office. The General Manager of the Magazine is at preseut visiting Los Angles and will make a tour of observation throughout the extensive territory to be reached from our I.os Angeles office, establishing sub-agencies, gathering material for future magazine articles and securing new contributors to write Important outdoor and descriptive s'.udleßof per manent interest to oil the readers of the Magazine. Articles are now in preparation, or promised at an early day, upon "The Mlncrnl Resources of Southern California," "Tho Cattle Interests of Arizona," "The Los Angeles Petroleum Bell," "Southern California Flower Festivals," and many other practical topics of immediate material value. ml-lw TIIK OVERLAND MONTHLY COMPANY. ESTABLISHED 1885. INCORPORATED 1865, Crane Bros. Manufacturing Comp'y, CHICAGO, PITTSBLRIi, OIfIAIIA, I.OS ASIiLLES. MANUFACTURERS OF PIPE, FITTINGS, BRA§S GOODS, TOOLS.Etc. All kinds of materials used in Plumbing and Gas Fitting Stock WILL ARRIVE AND STORE BE OPENED ABOUT APRIL Ist. AT Nos. 18,20,22 and 24 Requena Street, Corner Los Angeles, feh27tf i.oa A»m*:i.F:s. r»i,i>nK«n, PIANOS. [ JOHN W. GARDNER, GQ No. 212 South Spring Street, Breed Block. ; Q tz .5 <q ©INLY EXCLUSIVE P | PianoaodOrgan House, g WHOLESALE AND KETAIL, | FOR CASH AND ON INSTALLMENTS. GO ■ j~ j Ali-NT I'OB r—j *J : Steinway, Chiekering, Steek, Knabe_ ; Q\ Hardman, Emerson nnd many other j t rH leading Pianos. Story & Clark, Kir- ; ry* ball, Taber and other Organs. j o : Instruments to Rent. \ f27-lm j son via Ela Hills Tract. Lots in this Attractive Property, ItTU-fVTCD ON DOWNEY AVENUE .., "Hi" AND AII.IOINISI. BiMurrs, Are Now Offered For Sale At the prices per acre of adjacent property No Such a Chance Will Occur Again! THEUE AHE LOTS TO SI IT AVSt Price to suit Every Pnrse. The locality Cannot fail to rapidly In crease In value, vow that two cable reads are assured for East Lob Angeles. PERFECT.-"Ml T K. ROWAN 114 N. Spriug street C. A BI'MNEK A CO. ...14 N. Spring Street , ICO. W. JOHNSTON, Cor. of Downey aye. and Thomas st. mrn-lin snlvntion meetings Every night at Nadeau basement, corner First and Spring streets. Eood 1* roper tr and Lour Prices. For tbe last ten dayolbave noon oll'erkug lots in the Urmy Tract for sale, and nearly otic-half have been taken. These lots are the best aud the chospest ou populcr Pico Hcluhto; they will only lost a short time. H. |N. Urmy, 114 West First street, Nadeau Block.) MV 4MMMM* FALL AND WINTER, 1886—1887. Just Received from the Eastern and European Markets, THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN Dress Goods, Trimmings, Fancy Goods, Cloacks, Jackets, etc Tbe Most Magnificent Goods Ever Displayed In Las Augeies. and at Prices tbat Defy Competition. CITY OF PARIS, The Peerless Dry Goods Emporium of Southern California, IOS, 107 AND 109 NORTH SPRING STREET. CITRUS FAIR AT COLTON! Friday and Saturday, March 11th and 12th. Everyone Is Invited to Attend This Exhibition OF - THE BEAUTIFUL CITRUS PRODUCTS OF COLTON, KOI ND TRII', J.OS A.MJLLFS X* COL,TON VB.SO TRAIN LEAVES LOS ANGELES AT 8:30 A. M. FRIDAY, MARCH lira. Good on Return for Three Days on Southern Pacific trains. Our Fruits Arc Unsurpassed; Onr Orchards arc Marvels of Bcaitj. WEST BONNIE BRAE TRACT!' Situated on Ninth Street. High Elevation! Magnificent Views! NO STEEP HILLS! Sea Breeze! City Water ! No Adobe! Street-Car Facilities! * GOOD DRAINAGE ! _V Aristocratic \clgliborilood ! I.nw Prirrs! I'uvorable TcrmtHl FOR SALE BY C. A. SUMNER A CO 14 North Spring Street nOHINMIN A I'AIHCHILD 48 Nortn Spring- Street fll-lm B. MARTIN & CO., 4(is Eront Street, san Francisco, PROPRIETORS OF THE FOLLOWING POPULAR BRANDS OF WHIBKTES ; J. E. Cutter Extra Old Bourbon and Rye in barrelssnd half barret .Timer* Extra Old Bourbon in barrels snd half barrel*. J. A. miller, Chicken Cock In barrels and half barrels Argonaut Old Ilourbon and Rye Is barrels and half barrels For Flavor, Purity and G.neral Excellence these Whiskies are Unsurpassed.. fio-lm BUILD .A. HOME! STRANGE & GOTTSCHALK, The Leading Architects, Kooms 3 and 4, Koonis it and 13, No. 44 south .-.iirlne street. I Wilson Black, 88 W. rirat Street. I _ fIH-im COTTAGES FOB $550 AND DWABD ; mi ARE PSIPABBDTO BtTLD NEAT THREE ANDFOCR ROOM COTTAGES PLAS TY tered, saluted and (rained. All kinds of car peultr »m 1 building and architect work promptly attended to. Best of references given LONG A WALTON, practical Architects and Builders, lute of Oakland, Cal Ofiic c—No. 6, West Second st, In witb A. J Speucer A W. B. Davis. J6 im ATTENTION, ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS Walter's Metallic Shingles are Unsurpassed. i A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ALWAYS IN STOCK. W. W. MONTAGUE & CO., ; 110 Upper main Street, Eos Anffolc., Sole Agents lor the Paciric Const ! R IG M pJT A T ! ABEENBTHY & TAFT IVII.I OPEN IN A FEW DAYS AT '' No . 19 SOUTH SPRING STREET WITH A lIM LINK OF ! New : and : Fashionable : Clothing, RUPTURE!! TO THOSE WHO MAY DOI'BT THAT Rupture is rumble, we respectfully Call attention to the following letters, which have just been received at our St. Louis of fice, and would state that we have received hundreds of lust such letters since our eel ebratcd "Dr. Pierces Patent Maguettc Elas tic Truss" has been before tha public: Sai.bm, Dknt Cointv. Mo., July 10, lSBr,.- Messrs. Pierce A Son, St. Louis, Mo —Sirs: I feel under obligations to acknowledge my complete cure by the Magnetic Electric Truss bought from you lv September. Without tbe slightest confidence ol hope of a cure, I was very well com, nted with the effects of the Truss aftor I had succeeded In adjusting It. I was not able to wear it with out a pad under it, however, but nover ex perienced the slightest inconv .iuience siuoe then. I have continually performed the hardest labor Incidental to fnrmiug, and havo been practically unconscious of either Truss or rupture. 1 cannot positively name the exact date when the cure was com pleted, but havo ii t been aware of the rupturo for more than two weeks. I have since theu lifted my best without wearing tbe Truss* and have tested tho cure other wise, but iuteud to wear the 'truss some tlmo yet as a safeguard. You are at liberty to make use of my statements at pleasure, and may they be an inducement to many to seek and tind relief through your Incom parable Truss. Gratefully yours, CHARLES MARTEL. rjP—Avoid Inferior Imitations of Dr. Pierces Trustee. Our n»w illustrated Pam phlet No. 2is just cut Send for a free copy, lila-gncilc Elastic Trnsi Company 704 Sacramento street, Sau Francisco, Cal., or 304 North Sixth street, St. Louls.Mo. jyß PHILLIPS popular Fleainre Part lea for all PolnuEaat Leave Loo Angeles March 10 and 3. April Hand 28, Coll ou or addreos A. PHILLIPS ACO , 184 N. Main St., Los Angeles, ml-lm 5