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TELEGRAPHIC.
WIRE WAIFS.
Telegraphic Dispatches Condensed
for Busy Readers.
Pugilist Sullivan's physicians say he is
out of danger.
At the International Exhibition at
Brussels the Westinghouse air-brake re
ceived the highest prize.
Two Austrian army officers who as
cended Mangart mountain were over
taken by a fog and fell over a precipice.
One of them was killed.
At Sydney, N. S. W., a race for the
sculling championship between Peter
Kemp and Edward Hanlan, rowed on
Thursday, was won by Kemp.
The Margaret Ann mill, at Walker
ville, Mont., has been destroyed by lire.
It was owned by Dennis Driscoll, of
Walkerville, and was valued at $25,000;
no insurance.
Advices from Suakim state that heavy
firing between the rebels and British
continued until midnight Thursday.
Deserters report that the rebels suffered
severely, one shell killing seventeen.
Sixteen persons perished in a fire at
Cronstadt, Russia, Thursday. The des
troyed building was a lofty wooden tene
ment. The stair-case burned away and
a number of the inmates leaped from the
windows and were mortally hurt.
At Modesto, Cal., the jury in the case
of Quong Chung, who stabbed and killed
Fred. Olhine, alias Fred. Fisher, at Hills
Ferry last May, brought in a verdict of
murder in the second degree. Sentence
will be pronounced next Tuesday.
The fine furniture factory of Wilkins it
Co., on Lake street, Chicago, burned
Friday morning. Five bodies of em
ployees have been recovered from the
ruins, and it is believed three more are
still there. The loss on stock is $60,000.
The Collector of Customs of New York
has been authorized to suspend action in
the case of the twenty Mormon children
detained at that port , until the agents of
the Mormon Society have had an oppor
tunity to prove that they are not likely
to become public charges.
President Cleveland has approved the
joint resolution appropriating $200,000 to
suppress infection in inter-state com
merce, the act to continue the provisions
of existing laws providing temporarily
for the expenditures of the Government,
and the act amending the River and
Harbor bill.
At Merced, Cal.*, George Scott, night
watchman at the Southern Pacific water
works, was shot by an unknown man
early Friday morning. Scott says he saw
a man wandering around and he told
him to follow him. The man did so for
a short distance, when he stopped, drew
a pistol and fired, the ball striking Scott
in the abdomen. The man then escaped.
Scott is in a critical condition.
The directors of the Olympic Club of
San Francisco, have reinstated James H.
Faulkner, whose alleged offer to make
his wrestling bout with Acton a draw,
Monday night,caused his suspension. The
grounds for reinstatement were that tbe
Club does not consider Faulkner a party
to any fraud or collusion, and that his
physical condition (he being really ill)
warranted his withdrawal from the
match.
Captain J. N. Bloomer and a boat's
crew Thursday morning boarded a dis
abled schooner anchored off the bar at
Chatham, Mass., and found her to be tbe
Elma, of St. Johns, with a cargo of lime
on fire, and a deck load of laths for New
York. Thoy were stiuck by a storm
northeast of Cape Cod and hove to. When
within about twenty-five miles of the
Cape, and before reaching safe water, the
steward was killed by the dashing cord
age.
Miss Mary Campbell Pchofield, daugh
ter of General Schofield, was married to
Lieut. Avery D. Andrews, of the Fifth
Artillery, U. S. A., Thursday evening.
The ceremony took place in the Chapel
of St. Cornelius, on Governor's Island.
Rev. Dr. Dix officiated. The bride
walked up to the chancel rail,leaning on
her father's arm. General Schofield was
in full uniform. Miss Georgia Kilburn,
of lowa, was maid of honor. Among
those present at the reception were
Generals Sherman and Fitz-John Porter
and Admiral Cheradi.
Freezing weather is reported from
northern Minnesota; a killing frost from
the southern portions of Michigan and
Wisconsin; a light frost in the Northwest
as far south as southern Missouri. The
indications are that a severe frost will
occur this (Saturday) morning in the
States of the Ohio valley, and light frosts
in exposed places in the northern por
tions of the Gulf States and Tennessee;
also in the west portion of North Caro
lina, Virginia and in the interior of the
Middle Atlantic States and in the interior
of New England.
THE DRIGNET OF JISfICE.
Opium Shifter Gardner Entangled
in Its ?lc*hes.
Ciiicaoo, September 27. —The prelim
inary hearing in the case of H. A. Gard
ner, arrested seme weeks ago for con
spiracy in connection with the custom
office at Ogdensburg, N. V., to remove
confiscated opium from tlie custom
house, was begun before United States
Commissioner Hoyne to-day. It was
proven that the opium had been sold to
a Chinaman named May Luck Ming,
who afterwards proved to have been ali
the time in the Government employ.
District Attorney Harris offered in evi
dence a letter from John W. Stone, at
Ogdensburg. dated May 27, to E. A.
Gardner, Seattle, W. T., in which he
asks how the opium should be kept and
suggesting that it was better for their
business to keep it in the cellar. Another
letter from Stone to J. C. Haines, Seattle,
W. T., says: "Now I have said to Lytle
that we could have $14,000 for making
the shift. If you could furnish the ma
terial to put in its place we would do it
'most any time." Another letter referred
to having fixed the janitor for $1,000 and
dividing $3,000 with Lytle. The case
was continued until Saturday.
A Discrepancy That Needs Mending-.
Boston, September 28.—The Depart
ment of the State of Massachusetts has
written to Senator Hoar, calling his at
tention to the following discrepancies in
the electoral college laws: The United
States statutes provide that the messen
gers from the electoral colleges in the
various States shall deliver copies of the
votes of the colleges to the President of
the Senate before the first Wednesday in
January. The colleges have met hereto
fore on the first Monday in December,
but the law passed by Congress in 188"
changed the time of meeting to the sec
ond Monday in January, while the pro
vision regarding the delivery of the vote
was left unaltered. The question will
have to be settled by the authorities at
vVashington.
The Chickasaw Governorship.
St. Louis, September 28.—Information
comes from Dougherty, Texas, that Gov
ernor Guy marched into Tishomingo, the
Chickasaw capital, yesterday, with an
armed force and took his seat. Guy was
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 29. 1888.
counted out by the Byrd party, and Byrd
took his seat as Governor. Guy quietly
gathered some of his party, took the
capital aud Byrd's party by surprise. As
soon as all the Byrd men are aware of the
change of Governorship, hot times are
expected. It is rumored that Govern
ment troops will be held in readiness for
an emergency.
A Distinguished Hidalgo Home.
Nogales, Ariz., September 27 —NewH
has been received here of the suicide at
a ranch near the village of San Lazaro,
Sonora, of Sefior Florencia Ruiz, one of
the most wealthy ranchers of the north
ern part of Sonora. It appears that the
deed was committed during a fit of tem
porary insanity, to which Ruiz has been
subject. He took a rifle, placed the
breech on the floor and the muzzle to his
breast, and discharged the weapon with
his foot, killing himself instantly. Ruiz
had a wide reputation as an Indian
tighter, and had for the past
twenty years taken a hand In
every campaign and rendered good ser
vice. It was his custom to raise a com
pany from among his neighbors and em
ployees and take the field, his company
being outfitted at his own expense. He
had a company in the field last cam
paign, and rendered valuable assistance
to both the Mexican and the United
States troops under the command of
Captain Lawson, who distinguished him
self by the capture of Geronimo and his
band.
Cable Iflasbcs.
Auckland, September 27. —The latest
advices from Samoa state that Malietoa'«
partisans had pursued Tamanses' follow
ers from the neutral territory to Valiete.
and then a battle was imminent.
London, September 27.—The skeleton
of an American artist has been found at
the foot of a precipice in the Tyrol. It
is supposed that he fell while gathering
edelweiss. He had been missing for
many weeks.
Calcutta, September 27.—The British
force which defeated Thibetans in Jel
epte Pass, pursued the enemy as far as
Rip.chigong, and captured several guns.
The route of the Thibetans was com
plete. The British expedition has been
ordered to return to Guthong.
Stuttgart, September 27. —The city
was brilliantly illuminated to-night in
honor of Emperor William, who arrived
here this evening. His Majesty was met
at the railway station by the King and
royal princes. The crowd that lined the
route to the castle greeted the Emperor
with acclamations.
Another Lie Nailed.
Columbus, 0., September 28.—A let
has been received by Hon. Allen G.
Thurman, from M. D. Smith, of Farwell.
in which the writer charges, on state
ments made by returning veterans, that
Mr. Thurman's house was not decorated
with the stars and stripes during the G.
A. K. reunion. Mr. Smith asks for the
facts in the case. A reply was furnished
by A. W. Thurman, son of the Vice-
Presidential candidate, in which the
statement is branded as absolutely false.
Why Carnegie Is Abroad.
Pittsburg, Pa., September 28. —Infor-
mation has reached here of an interna
tional steel rail pool. The combine, con
summated at Glasgow, includes England
and the Continent. Andrew Carnegie,
who was present, promised co-operation
on the part of the American combine in
; the endeavor to advance and maintain
prices.
DEMOCRATIC VOTERS !
You must be on the New Creat
Register.
' The following notice has been publish
ed by the County Clerk:
Office of County Clerk, '
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 29, 1888 j
Dear Sir—Section 1,227, Political Code, pro
vides, among other things, viz: "No person
shall be allowed to vote whose name 1b not on
said register in use at the Precinct." You are
requested to atouce register all persons entitled
to the same, aud on October 2,lß3B,deliver the
names so registered at this oflice. The same
Code requires the County Clerk on the first
Monday in October to prepare a list of voters
for prii ting. Copies of which will be dis
tributed to the various officers of election, for
use by said officers on election day, and as the
time granted by Section 1,115 is limited, it is
imperative that you should promptly comply
with this request. Very respectfully,
C. H. Dunsmoor, County Clerk
Since the new registration began in
March last, according to the orders of
the Board of Supervisors, the names of
24,000 electors have been put on the list.
The Great Register will go to the print
ers on the 2d of October. All voters not
already on the new roll opened in March
last should enroll themselves at once.
Remember all registrations prior to
March 1, ISSS, are canceled. All voters
must register for the coming election.
ODDS AND ENDS.
The Greatest Sale Ever Known.
Fifty Per Cent. Reduction.
Screaming Bargains, Relentless
Drives.
The center of our store is now one long bar
gain tab'c, on which are hundreds of pairs of
fine shoes and slippers in broken sizes that have
been reduced nearly one-half. All tbese rem
nants must go and the Knife will speed them.
ODD AND END PRICES.
Ladies' Freuch kid shoes, worth $1 50; now
$2.00.
Ladies' enracoa kid button shoes, worth
$2 50; now $1.25.
Men's $2 50 shoes. $1.25.
Misses' $2.00 shoe", $1 00.
Children's $1.00 school shoes, 50c.
Infaut's shoes, 15c.
Ladies' house slippers, 15c.
Shoes thrown away.
Shoes thrown away.
Shoes thrown away.
We meau what we say, and on Monday even
ing October Ist, at 8 o'clock, we will throw
away from the balcony of our store boots, shoes
and slippers. Meiue Bros', band will be in
attendance and an open-air concert will precede
the throwing away of shoes.
Headhuartebs Boor and Shoe House,
209 N. Main street.
Eat With Comfort and Be Happy.
It is by no means uncertain, but, on the con
trary, a well ascertained fact, that upon the
well being of man's stomach depends that
modicum of happiness which is vouchsafed to
him in this world. Dyspepsia, the foe of all
others to the stomach's trhtjquility, and most
to be dreaded.is a complaint to the preliminary
relief and eventual cure of which Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters Is specially adapted It ena
bles those who use it with a reasonable degree
of persistence to eat with relish, because it
imparts a healthful appetite; to digest with
ease.because it strengthens the stomach; and to
assimilate the food which 1b eaten and digest
ed, thus benefitting health, promoting flesh and
sustaining the exercise of the physical and
mental faculties. It, moreover, faci itates the
secretion of healthy bile, actua es without dis
comfort the habit of the body, aud tends, when
taken upon retiring, to produce healthy slum
ber. Malaria is conquered by It.
A Sure Cure for Piles.
ur. Kirk s German file ointment has cured
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles when all other
Ointments have failed. It absorbs the tumors,
allays the itching at once, acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile
Ointment is prepared only for Pileß and Itching
of the private parts. aDd nothiDg else. Every
box warranted, bold by druggists, or sent by
mail on receiptor price, 50c. and $1 per box.
For sale by C. H. Hance.
Pillsbury's Best
Celebrated Minneapolis flour. Seymour &'
Johnson Co.
Private entrance lor ladies to the Vienna
Buffet, on Requena street.
Donahue's Grocery House—Lunch
Goods a Specialty.
TENTS at Foy's harness Shop, 217LosAngeles
street.
Children Cry forPjtcher's JJastoria.
ARCHITECTS.
ft HAS wT^l^vTsT'aT^
Vi Spring St., Lus Angeles, Cal. ' e22tf
WR NORTON, ARCHITECT, 30 N. SPRING
siatt
pOS'IKIUt-AN .t FORSYTH, ARCHITECTS
ly rooms 21 and 22, 23 S. Sp.ing ,t., Les An
"'*- c iiatf
Ro p° U , NG 'K, AR w' I i I , TECT - RO °MB 8 AND
. 9 Rpeder block, 23 S. Spring st„ Los An
■■eles, Cal. sl2tf
MH. ROCLLIER, ARCHITECT. BKETCHFS
. and estimates at short notice. No .'ill S.
Bprlngst, room io. sepo im*
pCTKKS> BURNS ARCHITECTS, ROOMS
X 5 and •>, Howe s block, 128 W. Firs* at Su
pervising architects, National Soldiers' Home.
sl2tf
IKENTtNTS.
D"' K . A'i HAMtaSTioBTH MAIN
St., McDonald block. sls tf
DKS. CASK At CARROLL, DENTISTS OF
nee, 41 3. Spring st. Gold finings, $3 ami
upwards; gold snd platlna mi'.mn*. M.:-K
imalgam liilmgs, $1; cement, $1. Extracting,
;)0c ; gas, $1 extra. Gold and porcelain crowns
and bridge work, cheapest in otty. Sets of
teeth, $6 to $10. All \?o: k guaranteed, sll Cm
1882— KSTAKLtSHBIi—IBB2
DR. L. W. WELLS DENIIST, ROOMS NOS.
6 and 7, No. 23 S. Spring st. Gold filling,
$2 and up; gold and platina alloy, $150- com
position. $1; filling mot. $3; set teeth on rub
ber, $lv; on silver, *25; on aluminum. $30.
My new improvid aluminum pUite will cure
all diseases ot;he mouth caused by rubber Set
of sold, $50 and up Gold crown. 810 and up.
Filling tettli and bridge work a specialty. Teeth
extracted, 50c; without pain, 81. aut 12m
A DAMS BROS , DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING
tjL street. Rooms 4 and 5,
Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver
fillings, 81. Painless extraction of teeth by
vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, 81. Teeth
extracted without gas or air, 50 cents.
Best ses of teeth from $0 to $10. By our new
method of making teeth, a misfit is impossible.
All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
out pain.
Office Hours from Ba. m.. to sp. m. Sundays
from 10 a. M. to 12 m. Night calls answered
office s«-tf
SPECIALISTS.
DR. KWONG SHAW NAM, THE
ful physician and surgeon, cures all kinds
of diseases of male and female, internally and
externally, No. 122 Upper Main at nuSOlm
A CALIFORNIA DISCOVERY.
Tlie parasites, of which we give cut below, d(s>
covered by us, are the direct cause of Catarrh
and Con.-umnt'ou, also nuiuy other diseases.
Magnified 560 Times.
Imagine millionsof fiese animalculse In the
nose, throat and lunp-s, as well as the m'nuts
eustachian tubes leading from the back part
of the throat to tho middle ear, and you will
imagine Uks misery they run produce. Thou
sands are swallowed when the patient is asleep,
causing kiduey aud liver trouble, headache,
blood poison, general debility, etc. We have a
specific for destroying thetu end expelling tbe
poison from tho blood. Use the CALIFORNIA POSI
TIVE AND NEGATIVE ELECTRIC COUCH ANO CONSUMPTION
CURE to toko and the CALITORNIA POSITIVE AND
NECATIVE ELECTRIC LINIMENT to apply, and if the
stomach is bad, use tho CALIFORNIA POSITIVE ANO
NECATIVE ELECTRIC SYSTEM BUILDER it builds up the
system and purines tho poisoned blood. They
are manufactured from roots, herbs and flowers
that grow in California, and are safe for child
ren. They never fall. The Cough Cure is ex
cellent for Coughs Colds, i-Tlt
Croup, <fee, nochiluwilleverM
die with croup when this isS M»SJ5fSie5 P
use 1. Our Li uimeu, kills painH £3KSjBflEs j>
Instantly. See ourMnde Murk «jj n'jrv7jf#jjfi H
on every wrapoer. Sold by 2i r-SilukW** J
all druggists. H __ %
Creasimrcr & Co.. Frops. &c__\_im\iw'
los Angeles. cauhhnia/
"Securus JUDICAT
ORBIS TERR ARUM."
Aftollinaris.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
The filling at tlie Apollinaris Spring
during the year ISS7 amounted io
11,894,000 bottles.
Of all Grocers, Druggists, and .\fincral Water
Dealers.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
For sale by
JONES, I*l 17 ND V &z CO.,
18 Front Street. Son Francisco.
MM . MM,
16 COI'HT STREET.
If you want to BUY' any property below its
ACTUAL WORTH, call and see us, as we have
a NEW and REVISED LIST; also NEW
PRICES.
If you have any GOOD PROPERTY and
want to REALIZE some CASH, call and give
It to us, as we have several CASH CUSTOMERS
looking for BARGAINS.
Money to Loan
On Improved City Property.
Bouses and Stores to Rent
INSURANCE.
FOR LEASE,
THE LOS ANGELES
Carpet Beating Works,
Situate on Alameda street above Woollen Mill
Reservoir, and a well established and good pay
ing business, including a large building. 25x
70, both water power aud steam power, which
can be utilized for other business besides car
pet cleaning, and a lot 200x200 feet.
The lease of the present lessee expires on the
Ist day of October.
This is a good opportunity for anyone that has
but little money to take hold of a good paying
and well estab ished business, as tbe owner has
not got the time to give this business his per
sonal attention. Some one that understands
the carpet cleaning business preferred.
Will lease for a term of from 1 to 5 years.
Apply personally to owner at 101 North Maiu
_stlm SIDNEY LACEY.
We are the agents lor the
JAMES MEA.ISTS
$4 SHOE.
and the
JAMES MEANS
$3 SHOE.
_ JAMES MEANS 84 SHOE is
% light and stylish. It fits like
fami 1,„„ a stocking and requires NO
F*?- H?H ''*SS£ "BREAKING IN," being
I * perfectly easy the first time
It, « is worn. It will satisfy
fAA th e most faßtidioos. Jas.
/O c \ \*A Means $3 SHOE is absp
iL V A lnteiy the only
f Hlsk. V A VvJV shoe of its price
I *xn*L which has ever
•iOa / 4' N v'bi been placed ex-
in the
Ask fbr the *-*
Sleiluss2.Stiuef(jrßoys > , B j[^^iiii*'
market In which durability is considered be
fore mere outward appearance. CaU at our
store and try ou a pair of these shoes.
N. BENJAMIN,
Cor, Main and Second sts., - - Los Angeles
aA-w&sat-lm 1
BsISCELCA NEOI;».
EDGERMAIN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LIQUOR STORE.
Has Removed!
—TO—
122 SOUTH S PRING ST.
TELEPHONE 110.
LIGHT 7
HEAT AND
POWER!
Not A Day Should He Lost!
In selecting your Stoves and open Gas Fires
and have them net ready for use before the
cool eveulngs corae, as" then we shall be so
rushed that we caunot so well and promptly
attend to your orders.
OUR LIGHT
Is also the best in the world and worth
double that of any other Gas Light, while
our Family, Hotel and Restaurant Cookers
have no equa , which a visit to our show
rooms will convince you.
Ask for Pamphlet, which will give you
much valuable information.
LOWE GAS CO,,
204 S. main St., i.os Angeles.
«*27 1 "
TO UN ATE.
s° rll F r of ,j Comme I rcia1 '
of Sexual'snd
J»^smsbbs««»!^l*)'S- hb Gonorrhea, Gleet.
|sSs| a HHHj|K9p£'*tri<'t>m-. Svphilisin ali
its forms.Suminal Weak
ness, Impotency and Lost Manhood permanent
ly cured, The sick aud afflicted should not fail
to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex
tensively in Europe' and inspected thoroughly
the various hospitals there, obtaining a great
deal of valuable information, which he is com
petent to impart to those In need of his services.
The Doctor cures where others fail. Try him.
DR. GIBBON will make no charge unless he
effects a cure. Persons at p distance CURED AT
HOME. All communicatious strictly confiden
tial. All letters answered in plain envelopes,
Send ten dollars for a package of medicine.
Call or write. Address DR. J.F. GIBBON, Box
1957, San Francisco, Cal.
Mention l,ns Angeles HBBALD. 07-1
FOR SALE
VERY BEST BARGAINS
—BY —
John P. P. Peck,
9 NORTH MAIN STREET.
$1,000-Hotise and large lot on Washington
Heights Tract, close to dummy road.
$200 to $2,C00 each -Lots in ."good locations,
water piped and close to street car 3.
$300 to $3,700 each—Houses and lots within
7to 20 minutes ol street cars, water
piled, etc.
$3,150—9-room, rustic and hard finished house
with pantry, bath, closets, etc., on lot
bet Seventh aud Eighth st»„ on Myr
tyl aye.
Also furniture in same at reasonable prices.
AH these properties for sale on instalment
plan, with 10 per cent interest on deferred pay
ments.
John P. P. Peek,
9 NORTH MAIN STREET.
sl3-lm
JOE POHEIM
THE TAILOR,
Makes tho Best Fitting Clothes
in tho State at 25 per cent less
than any other Tailor on the
Pacific Coast.
Business Suits "ip $25-°°
Business Pants " 6 00
Dress Pants " 8 00
Dress Suits " 35^°
203 Montgomery Street,
724 Market and 1110 & 1112 Market St.
SAN FRANCISCO.
263 North Main Street, LOS ANGELES.
1021 & 1023 Fourth Street, SAN DIEGO
COCKLES"" ~~
ANTI-BILIOUS
PILLS.
The Great English Remedy.
FOE LIVES, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETC.
Free from mercury; contains only pure
Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANGLEY &
MICHAELS, San Francisco. aAvklyly
Los Angeies and Diego
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
IMo. 1 North Fort Street
(Board of Trade Building),
tTSP- Free Carriage to show Properly, -^BS
nave for Sale-
Alfalfa Lands, Fruit Farms, Stock Farms and
Ranches. Suburhm Residences.
Huudredj of Choice Business aud Residence
Lots.
15 Four-room Houses.
20 Five-room Houses.
10 Six-room Houses
15 Seven-room Houses. *
10 Fight-room Houses
7 Nine-room Houses
l) Ten-room Houses
0 Eleven-room Houses.
5 Twelve room Houses.
Have to Rent—
A long list of houses In every part ot the city,
For Exchange-
Improved and unimproved California for
Eastern property.
Houses rented.
If you want to sell or exchange property, come
and see us. We take pleasure lv describing aud
showing property, and if yon don't find any
thing to suit you there will be no harm done.
aul2 2 m
jPOEITIC%I. ( A HUN. V
H. K. S. O'MELVENY,
Of Los Angeles, is the regular Democratic nom
inee for Superior Judge, long term.
Assembly man, Seven tr-Slxth
District.
S. A. WALDRON,
Of Santa Monica, is the regular Democratic
nominee for Assemblyman for the Seventy-Sixth
District
Senator, Thirty-Ninth District.
VICTOR MONTGOMERY,
Of Santa Ana, Democratic nominee for Senator,
Thirty-Ninth District.
District Attorney.
HON. J. R. DUPUY
Of Los Angeles, is the regular Democratic nom
inee for District Attorney.
County Clerk.
H. S. PARCELS,
Of Los Angeles, is the regular Democratic nom
inee for County Clerk.
Sheriff.
T. E. ROWAN,
Of Los Augeles, is the regular Democratic nom
inee for Sheriff.
County Treasurer.
GEN. E. E. HEWITT,
01 Los Angeles, is the regular Democratic nom
inee for County Treasurer.
County Auditor.
C. E. J. WHITE,
Is the regular Democratic nominee for County
Auditor.
County Recorder.
GEO. HERRMANN,
Of Pasadena, is the regular Democratic nom
inee for County Recorder.
Couuty Tax Collector.
OMRI BULLIS,
Of Compton, is the regular Democratic nom
inee for County Tax Collector.
County Surveyor.
S. H. FINLEY,
Of Santa Ana, is the regular Democratic nom
inee for County Surveyor.
Public Administrator.
S. LEVY,
Of Los Angeles, Is the regular Democratic nom
inee for Public Administrator.
Coroner
JOHN L. McCOY,
Of Los Angeles, is the regular Democratic norn
inee for Coroner.
Supervisor, Second District.
A. OSTHOFF
Is the regular Democratic nominee for Super
visor, Second District.
City Justice.
O. H. VIOLET,
Of Los Angeles, is the regular Democratic nom
inee for City Justice.
SheriffT
MARTIN AGUIRRE,
Of Los Augeles, is the regular Republican nom
ineee for sheriff.
County Clerk.
CHARLES H. DUNSMOOR,
Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom
inee for County Clerk. '
County Recorder.
J. W. FRANCIS,
Of Los Augeles, is the regular Republican nom
inee for County Recorder.
county Tax Collector.
ROBERT S. PLATT,
Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom
inee for Tax Collector
Assemblyman—Seventy-seventh
District.
J. M. DAMRON,
Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom
inee for Assemblyman.Seventy seventh District.
Township Justice.
THEODORE SAVAGE,
Of Los Angeles, is the Republican nominee for
Township Justice.
Public Administrator.
D. W. FIELD,
Of Los Angeles, is tho regular Republican nom
inee for Public Administrator.
City Justice.
H. C AUSTIN,
Of Los Angeles, is the regulur Republican nom
inee for City Jus»i c.
City Justice.
W. C. LOCKWOOD,
Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom
inee for City Justice. auitd
Township Justice.
WM. CRAWFORD
[s the Democratic uomlnee for Justice of the
Peace, Los Angeles Township.
Constable.
H. S. CLEMENT,
Is the regular Republican nominee for Con
stable.
Constable.
FRED. O SMITH,
Is the regular Republican nominee for Cor-
stable
THe Great EBglisiTlemedyT
Tne oln r «l'able and
never failing remedy
$___V/~ ,or wasting diseases.
fifcT f in «VVB the results of youthful
M/ J TO follies and excesses in
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English Medical Dispensary,
11 Kearney St. s S. F., Cal.
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NOTICJE]
THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER CO.
will strictly enforce the following rule: The
hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8
o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m. For a
violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a fine of two dollars will
be charged before water will be turned on
again.
LAZARUS & M£LZ£R,
111 N. SPRING STREET, next to City of Parts.
Complete Assortment of
STATIONERY. BOOKS
AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIES.
The leading VAPER HOUSE in Southern
California. Jel7tf
BAN KlN*} HOUSES.
QALIFORNIA BANK,
Cor. Fort and Second 3ts., Los Angeles.
Subscribed Capital ¥500 000
Paid up Capital $30o]o00
Surplus $10,000
directors:
Hervey I.lndley, J. C. Kays, E. W. Jones.
Juan Bernard, J. Fraukenfleld
H. G. Newhall President.
H. C. Witmer Vice-President.
T. J. Weldon, Cashier.
General Banking and Exchange Business
transacted. jy4-4m
IfIABMEKS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK
1 OF LOS ANGELES, CAL.
IsAtAS W. Hellman President.
L. C. Goodwin Vice-President.
Capital, - $500,000.
Surplus and Undivided Profltß 700,000.
Total, - $1,200,000.
DIRECTORS.
O. W. Childs, Cameron E. Thorn, Jose Mas
carel, John S. Griflin, James 13. Lankershim,
C. Ducommuu, Philip Gamier, L. C. Goodwin,
Isaias W. Hellman.
STOCKHOLDERS.
O. W. Childs, L. L. Bradbury. Philip Gar
uler, Louis Polaski, John S. Grift 1 ti, Jose Mas
carel, James B. Lankershim,Chas.Ducommun,
Cameron E. Thorn, Andrew Glassell, Domingo
Amesroy, L. C. Goodwiu, Prestley C. Baker, L.
J. Rose, Frank Lccouvreur, Oliver H. Bliss,
Sarah J. Lee. Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Henne,
Jacob Kuhrts, Isaias W. Hellman. spl
ANGELES NATIONAL BANK,
Cor. First and Spring Sts.
Capital $500,000 00
Scbpluoand Undivided Profits. 50,000 00
Total-. $550,000 00
GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President.
JOHN BRYSON, SR Vice-President.
F.C.HOWES Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
Dr. W. G. Cochran, H. H. Markham.
Pebry M. Green, John Bryson, 8b„
Db. H. Sii;«abauoh, F. C. Howbs,
Geobob H. Bonebbake.
Exchange for sale on all the principal cities
of the United States and Europe. jyB
QOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK
' NADEAU BLOCK.
JOHN I. REDICK President
L. N. BREED Vice-President
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Cashier
Paid in Capital $200,000
Scbplus 14,000
Authoeized Capital 500,000
Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A.
Barclay, Charles E. Day, Ben E. Ward, D. M.
Graham, E. C. Bosbyshell, M. Hagan, Frank
Bader, William F. Bosbyshell, John! Rediok.
aug24-tf
T 08 ANGELES COUNTY BANK,
Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Capital Stock Paid Up. $100,000.
Reserve Fund, $100,000.
JOHN E. PLATER President
R. S. BAKER Vice-President
GEO. H. STEWART Caahier
DIRECTORS:
H. L. Macneil, Jotham Bixby,
John E. Plater, Robert 8. Baker,
John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott,
Geo. H. Stewart-
Buy and Sell Exchange on San Fran
cisco, New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Frankfort.
Buy Exchange on all parts of the United States
and Kurope.
Receive Money on open account and cer
tificate of deposit, and do a general banking
and exchange business.
J7IIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES.
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000.
RESERVE $205,000.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
E. F. SPENCE President.
J. D. BICKNELL Vice-President.
J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier
G. B. SCHAFFER Assistant Cashier.
Directors—E. F. Spencc, J. D. Bicknell. 8. H.
Mott, Wm. Lacy, J. F. Crank, H. May bury,
J. M. Elliott. si
ijIHE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS A NGELES
No. 119 New High street.
CAPITAL STOCK PAID UP - - - - $100,000
R. M. WIDNEY .... President
GEO. L.ARNOLD .... Cashier
GEO. SINSABAUGH, - - Teller
Eight per cent, bonds secured by first mort
gage on real estate, with interest payable semi
annually, are offered to investors of $250 and
upwards.
directors:
B. M. widney, W. H. Workman,
D O. Miltimobi C. M Wells.
S. W. Little, L. J. P. Morrill,
D. R. Rislby. aug9-tl
ANGELES SAVINGS BANK,
130 NORTH MAIN STREET.
CAPITAL $300,000
L. C. GOODWIN President
W. M, CASWELL. Seceetabt
I. W. Hellman, John E. Plateb,
Bobebt S. Bakes, John A. Paxton,
L. C. Goodwin.
Term deposits will be received in sums ol
$100 and over. Ordinary deposits in sums ol
$10 and over.
Money to loan on first-class real estate,
Los Angeles, July 1, 1884. spltf
Life and Accident Insurance.
BANKERS ALLIANCE
OF CALIFORNIA.
Rooms 19 and 20, Phillips' Hlock,
LOS ANGELES.
Liberal inducements offered to persons de
siring pure insurance on the natural premium
plan.
D. GILBEET DEXTEB, President.
H. SINSABAUGH, Vice-President.
F. J. CRESSEY, Secretary.
M. G. McKOON, Treasurer.
J. N. PBIEST, Superintendent Agencies.
GOOD AGENTS "WANTED.
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Sealed Proposals. *
OFFICE OF CLERK OF BOARD OF SUPER
VISORS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY,
CALIFORNIA.
This Board will receive sealed proposals un
til 10 a. »., October 29,1888, for a tract of land
containing Aye acres, suitable for hospital pur
poses"
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all proposals.
By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los
Angeles County, Cal.
527-10t C. H DUNBMOOR, Clerk.
First-llss UrriigesT
For Visiting, Shopping, Funerals and.
to Depots at Short Notice.
PRICES REASONABLE. Hack stand, 13 8.
SPRING ST., Nadeau Block. Telephone 414.
These carriages are furnished with brakes,
head-lights, speaking tubes, signal and toilet
sets- N. K. LUSK, Proprietor.
Residence, 730 S. Olive st. «87 lm

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