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FAR AND NEAR. A Peep into Dr. Maekeuzie's Forthcoming Book. GERMAN DOCTORS CRITICISED The German Emperor in the Fternal City—Pedro Vanes Sentenced for Life. I Associated Press DisDatehes to the Herald'; London, October 12.—Mackenzie, in his book on the case of the late Emperor Frederick, states that after the late Em peror's death an attempt was made to «ntrap him into false representation, and it was therefore settled that no post mortem examination should be made. Da. Mackenzie was urged to write his opinion as to the nature of the disease, doubtless in the hope that, thinking himself safe from exposure, he would answer abiguously, but he disconcerted his enemies by declaring the disease cancer of the larynx. He contends that the operation of tracheotomy in the case of cancer is of a deadly character, the mortality amounting to ninety per cent. He also contends that in the majority of cases it is inadequate for a complete re moval of the growth, the average recur rences amounting to almost ninety per cent. Dr. Mackenzie claims that in a case of such transcendant importance, such an operation would not have been justified without the clearest proof of its necessity, which he declares was not forthcoming until a late period of the Emperor's illness. Dr. Ger hardt's testimony is held by Dr. Mac kenzie to be that of a discredited rival, and he dismisses the evidence of Dr. Langral on the grounds of his lack of skill in the use of the laryngoscope, which was so marked that the Emperor was with difficulty prevented from dis missing him. Dr. Mackenzie objects to Dr. Braman's evidence, and cites testi mony of experts'like Drs. Kraus, Wolf ensen and Howell in rebuttal. He con demns Gerhardt's ruthless cauterization for many consecutive days as utterly un exampled, and as likely to irritate the disease, if benign, into a malignant form. THE CROOKED WOOED. Hoalou Crooks Arrested—Two Oold Postoffiee Robberies. Boston, October 12. —Inspector of Police Mountain was arrested last night on the charge of having received Btolen property. His arrest was made in con nection with two others. Thomas O'Brien, a clerk in the employ of the Old Colony road, was arrested for having stolen $350 worth of tickets he has been able to steal during the past two years. HOUSTON POSTOFFICE ROBBED. Houston, Tex., October 12.—At 2:30 this morning two men entered the post office, gagged and dragged the night clerk, and went through the pouches just brought in on the through train from New Orleans and the East and San An tonio and the West. It is not known how much money the thieves secured. Alfred Roberts, the clerk, has not yet recovered consciousness. A MAIL CLERK'S PILFERING S. Buffalo, October 12.—Over a bushel of partly destroyed letters addressed to business firms of this city were found on the streets this morning rifled of all their contents that could be turned into money. It seems evident that the letters were stolen by some one connected with the postoffiee. One New York draft of $250 was found in the middle of the street torn in two. Many letters were scorched, showing that the thief tried to burn them, but was frustrated by the rain storm. The perpetrator has been arrested. He is a night clerk in the office, named John Shields. Shields was appointed on September Ist, under the civil service law. THE HAIBEB VISITS THF POPE. How Emperor William Kills Time in the Eternul City. Rome, October 12.—Early this morn ing Emperor William, accompanied by General Drequet, commander of the Eighth Italian Corps, visited Camp Cen tocelle, where a military review will be held to-morrow. He then returned to the Quirinal, where he was received by King Humbert. The Emperor took luncheon with Yon Schlosser, the|Prussian repre sentative to the Vatican, after which he proceeded to the Vatican to visit the Pope. He wore the uniform of the Life Guards, and was attended by Count Her bert Bismarck. Enormous crowds lined the streets leading to the Vatican, and were very enthusiastic in their manifes tations in honor of the Emperor. The proposed display in the Vatican district was abandoned. THE RECEPTION AT THF VATICAN. The reception at the Vatican was con ducted with the fullest state ceremonies. Prince Rampolli received the Emperor and conducted him to the Pope's cham ber. Two companies of Palatine guards were stationed at the entrance of the hall. The Pope, surrounded by his court received the Emperor who bent his knee to the Pope, whereupon the Pope in vited the Emperor to a seat beside the throne. The suits having been presented His Holiness arose and led the way to Salla Giala| where he had a private interview, lasting twent-three minutes, with the Emperor. On return ing a procession was formed and the museums were visited. Emperor Wil liam walked beside Candinal Rampolli. Next came Prince Henry Cardinal Sinis try; the Palatine guard and dignataries of the Pontificial court followed. After leaving the museum the party inspected 6t. Peter's. Thence the visitors returned to the Quirinal. CRACKERS. The Price Advanced—Carry the News to Pasadena. Chicago, October 12 —At a joint meet ing of all the cracker bakers between Pittsburg and the Rocky Mountains this morning it was unanimously agreed to advance the price of (trackers. The ad vance covers a range of .'.J to l)i cents per pound on the various kinds manu factured. Tbe change goes into effect to-morrow morning, and is due to the advance in flour and lard. major Reno'i Sad Plight. Harrisbubo, Pa., October 12. —Major Marcus Reno attempted to commit sui cide here last night. He placed a re volver to his month and was about to poll the trigger when a friend grasped ihe weapon and prevented him. Tbe cause is attributed to domestic troubles. It is believed he is crazy from drink. A few days ago an order of court was granted directing him to pay $50 a month for his wife's support. He has since told THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ];•>. 1888. friends that his income was hardly that much. He now threatens to kill his wife and himself. He is being closely watched. Gotham Uosslp. New York, October 11. —James R. Bedell, the swindling clerk of the law firm of Shipman, Barlow, Larocque & Choate, in the Supreme Court to-day refused to answer any questions put to him, and was locked up for contempt. Of the $400,000 left in 1861 by the late beggarly miser and art critic, James H. Pavne,' in a bundle with Charles F. Chickering, $12,500 was in bills of the Metropolitan Bank, which on a decision in favor of Boston relations in the will contest, the bank refused to redeem, al leging the statute of limitation. The case was submitted to-day to the Supreme Court, on an agreed statement of the facts, and the decision was re versed. A fire, which originated in the ship ping lying at Green Point this morning, communicated to buildings of the Stand ard Oil Company and caused to them and to the owners of the vessels a loss of nearly $250,000. Several firemen wore injured by oil exploding. McAuliffe Shot Harrington. Sax Francisco, October 12. —During the inquest to-day in the case of David Donahoe, who was shot and killed in the rooms of the Republican County Com mittee a few weeks ago, John McAuliffe, who was an inspector at the Republican primaries, admitted that he was the man who shot Wm. Harrington during the disturbance. He stated that he shot Harrington after the latter had shot Donahoe, Kelly and Christiansen, as he believed Harrington would next turn his pistol upon him. The Flftr-Elghth Victim. Wilkesbarre, Pa., October 12.—Peter Kline, another victim of the railroad ac cident, died to-day. THE NUMBER SWELLED TO SIXTY-ONE. Philadelphia, October 12—Four of the injured in the Mud Run accident on Wednesday have since died in the Wilkesbarre hospital. Female Opium Suing glers. Port Townsend, W. T., October 11.— On the arrival of the steamer Potter, from Victoria this morning two female smugglers, giving the names of Kate Selievre and Nellie Jelps, were arrested with $500 worth of opium in their posses sion. The prisoners were examined this afternoon and bound over for trial in the sum of $600. pierced Fair. Merced, October 12. —The first annual j fair of the Merced Agricultural and Driving Association opened at the fair grounds to-day. Racing excited but lit tle interest; the best race of the day was a one-mile trot, best two in threo. Buck won first heat, Jim Blame second and third heats; best time, 3:07. The Hear Seizes the Eton's Prey. San Francisco, October 12.—Captain Gronoerg, of the Russian steamer Alex andria, which arrived here to-day from the Siberian coast, reports the seizure of the British schooner Aurania by a Russian war vessel for illegal sealing. The captured schooner and cargo were taken to Vladivostock. The Conference Over. New York. October 12. —The confer ence of tho National Democratic Execu tive Committee being over, the distin guished cominitteemen are departing one by one for their homes, only a few of the Committee being present at the head quarters to-day. Flood's Illness. San Francisco, October 12.—James L. Flood received a cablegram from Heidelberg, Germany, today, stating that there was no noticeable change in the condition of his father. James C. Flood, and that there are still hopes of the patient's recovery. Remains Identified. San Rafael, October 12.—The re mains of the two men found drowned off Angel Island, yesterday, have been iden tified as those of John Nelson, a boat man, and James McGrath, both of San Francisco. A Buy Sentenced For Elfc. San Diego, October 12.—Pedro Yann es, the lti year-old Mexican boy, who murdered George Stevenson, Station Agent at Glamis, July loth, was to-day sentenced to San Quentin for life. A New lulou Pacific Move. Omaha, October 12.—The Union Paci fic officials have arranged with the Chi cago and North Western for through sleepers, jointly with the Union Pacific, to beput on next Sunday. Oregon Knights ol PytSiias. Portland, October 12.—The Grand Lodge of the Oregon Kniuhts of Pythias elected oflicers to-day and adjourned to meet at Astoria on the second Tuesday of October, :889. Honor of tbe French Flag. Zanzibar, October 12.—A French cruiser has arrived here for the purpose of preventing the use of the French flag by slavers. Notice to PhysclanS and House kt epers. Your attention is hereby called to Sections 4 and 5 of City Ordinances, re quiring all physicians and housekeepers to report auy and all contagious diseases, in writiug, immediately alter he or she shall become satisfied of the nature of such disease.- Nor shall any child be permitted to attend public schools where such con tagious disease exists, until such place shall have heen thoroughly fumigated, and with written consent of Health Officer. This ordinance will be rigidly enforced. Johx W. Keese, Health Officer. New Wine and Beer Hall. Messrs. Romer it Silverberg will open to the public this day one of the most elegant restaurants, wine and beer halls ever before statted in this city. The appointments are all first-class. The restaurant is in charge of Mr. Silver berg, who will spare no effort to cater to the epicurean taste. Mr. Romer will attend to the liquor department and it is safe to Bay that he knows what is good aud will have nothing but the best. The sit uation is central, 230 North Main street. Wo prediot a success to tho enterpise of these two well known gentlemen. The friends and public are hereby invited to give them a call and judge for them selves. Remember the number, 239 North Main street. To Wed. The following persons were yesterday licensed to wed: Evan Cohn and Jessie Cohn, of Los Angeles. Pearl Richards and Martha O'Dell, of Los Angeles. The original Austrian-Hungarian Kitchen can be found at the Vienna Buffet, corner Main and Requena Btreets. Have you seen the new style photo graphs ? They are the finest that have ever been made; the new enamel; it can be washed, and is the only picture that has ever been made that time will not fade. Laurence & Son, in Downey block have the exclusive right for Los Angeles. It will be welcome news to the public of Los Angeles to learn that during the hard times Laurence & Sjn have re duced the $7 photographs to $3.50 per dozen. Our Great Odd and End Sale. Remarkable in its Results, Beneficial to all; Successrul in thehighsst Degree It carries Amazement. And creates Consternation Among our less enterprising competitors. To-day we add fresh fuel on tbe altar o( our sacrifices. Ladies extra fine French button shoes, $2.50; worth over all town $4 50: the best shoe for the mrney in the city. Another line of ladies' curacoa kid button shoes at $1.50; our regular price for these goods, $3.00. Ladies' Congress gaiters in broken sizes at 75c; sold regularly at $1.75. Ladies' opera-toe slippers, 75c; cheap at $1.50. Men's calf, Congress, button and lace ilhoes in many different styles, our regular $5.50 Bhoe3, we sell them now at $2.90. We have on sale to-d-iy three dozen pairs of eh ldrenß' fine goat button shoes at $1; sizas 8 to 10l£: goods that are good value at .$1.50. Ladies' house slippers 15 cts.; only a few broken sizes left. Come early. Childrens' button shoes in small sizes, 50 cts. and 75 cts.; worth $1.50. Special. Spiclal. We will give a irraud open air concert to-night at 7 o'clock by the Headquarters Brass Band in front of our store. Come and hear the music. " Headiiuarters," 309 N Main St. Eureka. The motto of California means, I have found it. Only in that land of the sunshine, where the orange, lemon, olive, fig and grape bloom and ripen and attain their highest perfection in mid-winter, are the herbs and gum found, that arc used in that pleasant remedy for all throat and lung troubles. SANTA ABIE the ruler of coughs, sifthraa and consumption. Mr O. H. Hance has been appointed agent for this valua ble California remedy, and sells if under a guarantee at if 1 a bottle. Three for $2.50. Try CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE. the only guaranteed cure for catarrh, $1, by mail % 1.10. A Sure Cure for Piles. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment has icured Bliud, Bleeding aud Itching Pile? wheu another Ointments have failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at once, acts as a poUltice, gives instant relief. Dr. Kirk's German Plln Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Every box wananted. Sold by druggists, or sent by mailon receipt of price, 50c. nud $1 per box. For sale by C. H. Hance. Painless Dental Parlors, No. 24 South Spring street. All deutal opera tions performed painlessly. We make a spe cialty of gold fillings, gold, aluminum arjd con tinuous gum plate work, also gold crown, por celain, brown and btidge work. We ifse the "Improved Vitalized Air" for the painless ex traction of teeth. Prices reasonable., Office hours from Ba.m. to 3:30 r. M. Evenings from 7 to 9. A Specific for Heart Disease. DR. FLINT'S KEMEDY removes the danger of sudden death from heart disease, and cures long-standing cases of disease of the i heart, briuginK back health and strength. Descriptive treatise with each bottle; or, address Mack Drug Co., N. Y. Cure For Sick Headache. If you want a remedy for billiousness, blotches aud pimples on the face, mid a sure cure for sick headache, call at C. H. Hance's. the Druggist, 79 North Spring street, Dr. Gunn's Liver Pills; only one for a dose. Sample free; full box 25 cents. Dealers and Consumers of Beer Will find it to their advantage to call oil Phila delphia Brewery, Aliso street, for the best lager or steam-beer, good on draught for weeks at lowest prices. Bottled lager $1.20 per dozen, if bottles returned. Delivered to any part of the city. Telephone 91. Attention. The only winery in Los Anceles whero you can get the best and purest wines, I in pre pared to ship to any part of the East. Visitors arc invited to call and inspect mv nock. T*ke Main and Jefferson street cars. H. P.Oi;ttcher corner San Pedro and Jefferson streets. BARNETT <i CO., the only exclusive whole sale cigar and tobacco house in the city, corner of Los Angeles and Commercial streets. Pianos and Organs Of standard makes, at Bancroft's (Fauorams Building), 218 South Maiu street. Paint Your Floor With Semm's Floor Paint. Dries ovet night. For sale at J. M. Blackburn's, 310 South Spring street, near Fourth. Notary Public and Commissioner For New York and Arizona, G. A. Dobinson 134 West Second street, Hollenbeck Block. TENTS at Foy's harness shop, 217LosAngeles street. Vignes & McGregor. 134 North Maiu streets Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria." M 1 BCEEEANEOCB. Tho parnsiti>B. of which wo give cut b*low, di* covered by us, aro tho direct cause of Catanb and Consumption, aiso mauy other diseases,, Magnified 560 Times. Imagine millions of these animalcules ln the nose, throat r.ud lungs, ns well as the minute eustachian tubes leading from the back part of tho throut to the middle ear, aud you will imagine Ihe misery they enn produce. Thou sands ore swallowed when thopatientis asleep, causing kidney aud liver trouble, l.eadaebe, blood poison, general debility, etc. we have a Bpecifie for destroying them and expel I iug the poison from the blood. Use the CALIFORNIA POSI TIVE ANO NEGATIVE ELECTRIC COUCH ANO CCNSUMPTIffI! CURE to tako and the CALIFORNIA POSITIVE AND NECATIVE ELECTRIC LINiMENT to apply, and it the stomach is bad, use tho CALIFORNIA POSITWE ANO NEGATIVE ELECTRIC SYSTEM BUILDER it buiids up the system and purines tho poisoned blood. They are manufactured from roots, herbs and flowers tbat grow in California, and are safe for child ren. They never fail. The Cough Cure is ex cellent for Coughs Colds, Croup, &c.,no child •lie with croup when this is!? HHKKsS, usol. Our Liniment kills paiuH ffSSmmyS? P iustantly. See our Vtsde Mark <j fflrMjFSjX M on cverjr wrapper. Hold Creasinjter & Co., Props. ?£nk^oii#' IPS AHCEIES. CALIFORNIA, -*mmmw FRENCH CHARLEY'S OCCIDENT STABLES, (100 S. MAIN ST, foot of Thlfd St.) LOS ANGELES. Buggies and Carriages, Ladies' Saddle Horses, etc , always in Readiness for Careful Customers. Horses Bought and Sold, Boarded and Kept at Reasonable Rotes F. A. CKBAN, Prop. Telephoue 103. 04-lm COCKLK'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. The Great English Remedy. BiOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETC. Free from mercury; contains only pure Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANGLEY & MICHAELS. San Francisco. pAf^'vly NOTICE. THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER CO. win strictly enforce the following rule: The boars for spriukling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation ol the above the water will be shut off aud a fine 01 two dollais will be charged bofore. water will fie turned on SffSltl. LAZARUS & MELZER, 111 N. SPRING STREET, next to City of Paris. Complete Assortment of STATIONERY, BOOKS AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIES. The leading VAPER HOUSE In Southern California. T Jel7tl POLITICAL,. To Democrats! TURN OUT TO | THE SPEARING AT j FOLLOWING PLACES | At Times Indicated > Saturday, October 13th, LOS ANGF.LES CITY (At Turn Verein Hall, Spring street. Mrs. Clara B. Foltz and Venier Valdo, Esq. 1 AT POMONA— I Hon. Reel B. Terry, Democratic nom inee for Congress, Sixth District, and Portland C. Hunt, Esq. AT AZUSA— Hon. S. A. Waldron, Democratic nom for Assemblyman, Seventy-Seventh District, and Judge K. A. Ling. AT BALLONA— Don Carlos Cruz and R. R. Dominguez (in Spanish). Monday, October 15th. MONROVIA— Reel B. Terry, Democratic nominee for Congress Sixth District and Major Geo. S. Patton. Tuesday, October [6th. OLIVE POSTOFPICE— Portland C. Hunt, Esq., and other prom nent speakers. SANTA ANA— Reel B. Terry, Democratic nominee for Congress Sixth District and Col. J. E. Messmore. ORANGE— Judge R. J. Dunnigan and Col. J. J. Ayers. Wednesday, October 17th. ANAHEIM— Reel B. Terry, Democratic nominee for Congress Sixth District, and Judge R. J. Dunnigan. Thursday, October 18th. DOWNEY CITY— Reel B. Terry, Democratic nominee for Dongress Sixth District, and Col. J. E . Messmore. SAN PEDRO— W. A. Cole and T. S. Scofield. POMONA— Dr. Louis Schneider (in English). Saturday October 20th. LOS ANGELES CITY— Reel B. Terry, Democratic nominee for Congress from Sixth District, and Geo. S. Patton. GLENDORA— Judge R. J. Dunnigan. WHITTIER— Portland C. Hunt. ANAHEIM— Dr. Louis Schneider (in German). VERNONDALE— J. Marion Brooks and Don Carlos L. Cruz. Sunday October 21st. LOS ANGELES (Turner Hall)— I r Louis Schneider. 02 MISCELL IM IH s. GREAT SULLIVAN'S, —THE LEADING— Cloak and Suit House, 291 NORTIT MAIN ST. 201 For the next fifteen dnys we wi:i offer every garment in our stock at ANY PRICE to suit the puichaser, as we do not wish to carry a (.ingle garment ol our present slock to our NEW STORE, and iv consequence of having such a short time to close, WE ARE DETERMINED TO OFFER GOODS AT ANY PRICE regard less of cost. This ig a great chauce, as our stock is very complete. Will Remove Oct. 15th TO NO. 113 SOUTH SPRING ST. SULLIVAN'S, SOI N. MAIN ST., KELLY & LIEBES, Proprietors. o4 3m VOTERS ATTENTION! Office of the Clerk of Board of Supervisors los Augeles Couuty, Calilornia, March sth, 18S8. Vf OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT A RE 1* registratiou of the voters of the County of Los Angeles, State of Caiilornia, has this day been ordered in accordance with section 1094 et seq. political code. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles County, California. o7lm C. H. DUN3MOOR. Clerk i'lM.I net!, HANDS. Superior Juo«<•. H. K. S. O'MELVENY, Of Los Angeles, Is the regular Beniocratic nozi- inee for Superior Judge, long term. Assemblyman, Seventy.Six t District. S. A. WALDRON, Of Santa Monica, is the regular Democratic nominee for Assemblyman for the Seventy-Sixth District. Senator, Tliirt v.Mnlli District. VICTOR MONTGOMERY, Of Sauta Ana, Democratic nominee for Senator, Thirty-Ninth District. District Attorney! HON. J. R. DUPUY Of Los Angeles, is the regular Democratic nor n for District Attorney. Couuty Clerk. H. S. PARCELS, Of Los Angeles, is the regular Democratic nor n for County Clerk. Sheriff. T. E. ROWAN, Of Los Angeles, is the regular Democratic norn inee for Sheriff. County Treasurer. GEN. E. E. HEWITT, Of Los Augeles, is the regular Bemocratic nom inee for Couuty 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. County 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 nor n 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 nom 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. Sheriff. ' MARTIN AGUIRRE, Of LO3 Angeles, 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, CI Los Angeleß, is the regular Republican nom inee for Couuty Recorder. County Tax Collector. ROBERT S. PLATT, Of Los Angeles, is tbe regular Republican nom inee for Tax Collector. Assemblyman—Seventy-seventh District. J. M. DAMRON, Of Los Angeles, Is the regular Republican nom inee for Asaemblyman.Seventyseveuth District. Township Justice. THEODORE SAVAGE, Of Los Augeles, is the Republican nomiuee for Township Jnstice. Public Administrator. D. W. FIELD, Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom inee for Public Administrator. City Justice. H. C. AUSTIN, Of l.os Angeles, is the regular Republican nom inee for City Justire. City Justice. W. C. LOCKWOOD, OI Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nor n for City Justice. au4td Township Justice. WM. CRAWFORD Is the Democratic nominee for Justice of the Peace, Los Angeles Township. Constable. H. S. CLEMENT, Is tbe regular Republican nominee for Con stable. Constable. FRED. C. SMITH, 11s the regular Republican nominee for Con stable. iwiscelkaneofs. Los Angeles and isa¥ Dfego REAL ESTATE AGENCY, No. 1 North Fort Street (Board of Trade Building). £tV~ Free Carriage to show Property. ~~tl~i Have for Sale- Alfalfa Lands, Fruit Farms. Stock Farms and Ranches, Suburban Residences. Hundred-, of Choice Business and Residence Lots. 15 Four-room Houses. 20 Five-room Houses. 10 Six-room Houses. 15 SeveL-toom Houses. 10 Kight-room Houses. 7 Nine-room Houses. C Ten-room Houses. 6 Eicvcu-room Houses. 5 Twelve-room Houses. Have to Kent— A long list of honses in every part of.thecity. 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 iv describing and showing property, snd if you don't find any thing to suit you there will be no harm done. aul2 2m LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER! Not A Day Should Be Lost! In selecting your Stoves aud open Gas Fires aud have them set ready for use before the cool evenings come, as then we shall be si rushed thjt we cauuot so well and promptly attend to your orders. OUR LIG-lIT Ts also the best in the world aud worth tlouble thtt of any o'her Gas Light, while ■ ur Family, Hotel aod Restaurant Cookers have no equa , which a visit to our show iooms will convince you. Ask for Pimihlet, which will give you much valuab j iuformation. LOWE GAS TEIECTRIC CO., £01 s. Rlatu '-■«. Los Angeles. 527 lm —SEE THE— - jewel m GRAND. r The Latest ar.d Best Gasoline Stove Made. DSAI.EBS in STOVES, TINWARE, HARDWARE, OIL AND GASOLINE. Plumbing, Hoofing and Jobbing. Clapan & PauUl2&l4 Commercial St. Branch, cor. Fifth and Spring. sls lm W. R. BLACKMAN, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR, Fellow of the American Assocla tion of Public Accountants. CATTTAL 5 § " 1 Land, Water, Company and Corporation Books opened and adapted to special require ments, Office—Lanfranco Block, North Main street. 01 3m EEMOVALJiOTICE. "VV. R HLACKMAN, . IPu/blio Accountant, Has moved from New High street to Lanfranco Block, North Main street. Also the following companies—Los Angeles Electrlo Light Com pany and the Los Angeles Paper Company. 02 lm JOE POHEIM THE TAILOR, Makes tha Bast Fitting Clothes in tha State at 25 par cant loss than any other Tailor on tho Pacific Coast. Business Suits T ° F p $25 00 Business Pants " 600 Dress Pants " Dress Suits " 35J™ 203 Montgomery Street, 724 Market and 1110 & 1112 Market St SAI FRASCKtO. 208 North Main Street, LOS AUGELES. 1021 & 1023 Fourth Street, SAS MEM.