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WEDNESDAY, AI'KII. 10, 1890.
THE GUBERNATORIAL SITUATION—THE
The Republicans are early in the field '
and have vailed a meeting of their State ]
Central Committee for the 21st of the j
current month. On its assembling a 1
call will undoubtedly be issued for the i
State Convention. The Democrats have |
been more deliberate, but already great
interest is taken in the coming struggle,
and the battle may be fairly said to have
already begun. The election will em
brace a Governor, Lieutenant-Governor,
State and county officers, including half
of the Senate and all of the Assembly,
Judges of the Supreme Court, and last,
but by no means least, members of the
House of Representatives of the Vnited
Great interest, ot course, centers on
the respective nominees for Governor.
Hon. S. M. White has adhered and still
adheres to his purpose not to be a candi
date. He is doubtless influenced in this
determination by the fact that he is in
the full career of a successful law prac
tice, and does not care to have it inter
rupted. He doubtless feels, also, that
he is young and can afford to wait for
such political honors as he has not
already enjoyed, and his preferences are
understood to lean in the direction of
the United States Senate rather than
in that of the gubernatorial chair.
A strong sentiment in favor of Mayor
Pond for Governor has developed
amongst the Democracy of the State.
It is much such a movement as placed
'the late Governor Bartlett it) the exeat- j
tive chair, and is in the line which made
Cleveland; tbe efficient and popular
Mayor of Buffalo, duvernor of the Em
pin State. Pond has the advantage of
high character, conspicuous ability and
unusual strength with the voters of San
Francisco. There is no occasion of theo
rizing as to this latter point, as the re
turns show him to be invincible in his
own city. He is popular with the people
irrespective of party, and would add
great strength to the ticket. He has
also the advantage of being well known
throughout the State. He is not an
orator, but has agreeable manners, a
dignified bearing and a very considerable
degree of personal magnetism. He em
bodies in a very special degree the idea
embodied in the word "availability."
A number of other distinguished
Democrats are being named throughout
the State in connection with the Gov
ernorship, amongst them being Hon.
Wm. D. English, Hon. James V. Cole
man, Hon. John Boggs and others. No
man has been mentioned on the Demo
cratic side in connection with the office
who would not reflect credit upon the
party and the people if elected.
On the Republican side until lately
the present accidental Governor, R. W.
Waterman, was the most conspicuous
figure. Truth compels us to say that he
is steadily dwarfing as the date
for holding the Convention ap
proaches. He seems to have very
few supporters in San Francisco
and in the Northern and Central
counties, while there are not wanting
many persons, ordinarily well skilled in
diagnosing political results, who are of
opinion that his strength in the South
ern counties will be found to be illusory.
Hon. AY. W. Morrow is understood to
have withdrawn from the field. The !
only other conspicuous candidate is Col. j
H. H. Markham, of Pasadena', who ap
pears to be strong all along the Republi
can line, and who stands remarkably
well with his party in San Francisco.
From present indications it looks very
much as if his chances of capturing the
Republican nomination were the best of
all those yet named, With two candi
dates from the Southern counties, how
ever, the role of a prophet is a difficult
one, anil a dark horse may reach the
If the candidates should prove to be
Pond and Markham a fight of an inter
esting character would be inaugurated.
Both men are exceptionally strong
where they live. The Democrats are well
grounded in the expectation that Pond
would receive a vote in San Francisco
and in the Bay counties that would far
more than off-set whatever strength may
be claimed for Markham in the South.
As Pond would have the bigger popula
tion to work on, the chances of his com
ing out victor would seem to l>e first
class. Besides, he and any other Demo
cratic candidate would have the benefit
of the celebrated "off year."
Whkx Chief Burns and others were in
office there was a great howl about fan
tan games and faro. Now we hear very
little about such matters. It would nat
urally be supposed that that was all a
thing of the past. On the contrary, just
the reverse. Then there was great talk
about the tremendous amount of boodle
which was being hornswoggled by some
body. Who hornswogglesitnow? There
is just as much gambling going on
amongst Caucasian and Chinese
now as at any other time, by
all advices, and yet there has
been an unusual placidity on the part of
those who were wont to do the roaring
act a year or so ago. If anybody enter
tains the idea that everybody has be
come virtuous and law-abiding all &t
once, we assure him that he is 'mis
taken. This is still a wicked city, i and
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1890.
vain are just as fashionable hereabouts
as they ever wen 1 . " 'Tis wonderful
what difference may be betwixt tweedle
dum and tweedle-dee."
A NOBLE DISSENTING OPINION.
It is exceedingly fortunate for the
I cause of constitutional government in
the United Slates that Chief Justice
Fuller and Mr. Justice Lamar were on
j the Supreme Bench when the Neagle
habeas corpus case came on for a hear
j ing. Their cone lusive and luminous
statement of the real law in the premises
will forever outweigh tiie mere numeri
cal superiority by which they wereover
' ruled. Some day or other the unwar
; rantable proceedings by which the State
of California was prevented from taking
cognisance of that case will excite the
j astonishment <>i the American people.
! Otherwise admirable men and jurists
; seem to have yielded to a sort of hysteria
jin this matter. The Hkk.m.d has no
! reference to the merits of the trans
| action at the Lathrop eating sta
j tion. Judge Terry was such a
j handy man with the knife and
pistol, and was so domineering in his
| temperment, that if it had been the
I most cold-blooded assassination on
record no extensive public sympathy
could be aroused in the matter. But
there are a great many people who care
little either for Judge Terry or Judge
Field, notwithstanding the illustrious
judicial career of the latter, who do care
a great deal about the State of Califor
nia, and who do not relish the idea that
she should be shorn of rights that have
hitherto been conceded to her in com
mon with the other States. The action
of the Supreme Court in this matter
constitutes the most serious invasion of
the legitimate reserved rights of the
States that has been recorded for years.
Justices Fuller and Lamar, with clear
and forceful logic, have divested the
case of all excitement and placed the
issue squarely before the people.
While perhaps not directly in point,
there were two instances in the career of
(ien. Andrew Jackson which illustrate
the average notion held by Americans
84 to the kind of people who ought to ;
be entrusted with official responsibili- i
ties. Both are to be found in Parton's j
life of "Old Hickory." One occurred
while Jaeksou was v judge in Tennessee.
There was a very obstreperous six-footer ;
from, the mountains who was giving tho |
court a goou ileai of trouble, .fudge i
Jackson adjourned his court for fifteen |
minutes; and, approaching the dis- ;
turber, who was whittling a stick with a i
big knife, asked him if he intended to i
behave himself. On receiving an answer
in the negative, the judge stepped
quickly over to a worm fence adjoining
the court house, and selecting from it a
strong rail, advanced like lightning on
the malcontent, landing the point of the
rail in his stomach, doubling him up and
relieving him of any desire to interrupt
judicial proceedings for many weeks to
come, lie thereupon resumed his seat
on the bench. This, of course, was a
very primitive way of maintaining the
dignity of a court, but it had a good deal J
of American manliness about it.
The other instance was when General
Jackson was President. He was travel
ing on the Kanawha canal. While sit
ting in the cabin Lieutenant Randolph,
whom he had dismissed from the navy,
made his appearance and asked if he
were addressing the President. He re
ceived a reply in the affirmative, with
an apology for not rising to receive him,
as the General was suffering severely
from rheumatism. Randolph then
leaned forward, and taking (>ld Hick
ory's nose between his forefinger and
thumb, he gave that organ a vigorous
tweak, flying to the deck, leaping onto
the towpath and disappearing. The
President forgot his rheumatism,
dropped his crutches, and, with a howl
of rage, he pursued his assailant, arriv
ing just in time to see him disappear in
the woods, (ireat was the indignation
amongst the friends of the President,
and the pursuit and death of Randolph
would have been a matter of a very few
minutes with that excited crowd. But
Jackson would not have it thus. Per
emptorily commanding attention, he for
bade the interposition of his friends
with the remark, - 'I fight my own bat
Of course, these are extreme instances.
But we certainly risk nothing in assum
ing that the American people prefer to
intrust responsible station to those who
are able and willing to protect them
selves. That a judge should have the
means of maintaining the dignity and
enforcing the process of his court, nobody
but a criminal would feel like disputing.
But the right of the Federal Government
jto detail a bodyguard to protect a judge
while olf the bench is contested by
Judges Fuller and Lamar, and rightly
| so, in the absence of an express statute
|of Congress. The spectacle of Federal
judges traversing the country with body
i guards would not be an inspiriting one,
|or one much in sympathy with Ameri-
J can institutions. The divesting of a sov
j ereign State of the right to try people
for murder or homicide committed
within her borders is an invasion of an
immemorial prescription that will not
long be submitted to.
Tin-: new and magnificent bote! at
Redondo Beach will probably be opened
daring the next ten dayi, No similar
edifice on the Pacific Coast will exceed
it in grandeur, the Coronado and Hotel
Del Monte being its only rivals. Better
even than the opening of such a swell so
cial resort and watering place will be the
formal opening of tbe new Redondo
Beach Railway ol the Messrs. Ainsworth
and Thompson. Great preparations are
being made to provide facilities at that
point for the transaction of much of
the business for the Southern counties.
For probably a year past, when expedi
tion has been required, freight has been
landed on the Redondo wharf and been
brought to I/") 8 Angeles via the Santa F6
branch within two hours of the arrival
of tbe steamer. With two railways in
operation, and with an enlarged wharf
xailMd out to still d«eper water, a great
business cannot fail to be done there.
All of which is probably preliminary to
the creation of a floating breakwater and
to Redondo's being made the Pacific
Coast terminus of the Salt Lake City
branch of the Union Pacific Railway.
The prohibitory fanaticism seems to
have run its course in Southern Cali
fornia. Even Pasadena has put down
her foot against the absurd local law
which prevented a guest at the Hotel
Raymond from having a glass of wine at
his dinner. Such antics in a wine
making country were calculated to retard
the development of the country and to
make the judicious grieve. An era of
common sense and high license seems to
have set in all over this portion of the
; The Grand Closed This Week—Evan
The Grand opera house is closed for
the rest of this week. Next, week it will
re-open with Evangeline as the attrac*
i tion. This grand spectacle has, a bevy
of beautiful women in it, the chief being
Miss Yelai.de Wallace, Miss Bessie
■ Tennehtll and Miss Catherine McLean,
i Then there is gigantic ami genial George
I Fortesque. lie has not been here for
I years, but once seen is never forgotten,
l.os Angeles Theater.
In speaking of the company which
opens tonight at the Los Angeles theater
I the San Francisco CaUsayn in speaking
of the performance in that city:
The attendance was very large. There
; are striking costumes, artistic ability,
: merriment,beautiful scenery,realistic ex
citement and capital vocalism. There
are a score of specialists, who contribute
life and verve to the programme in such
a way as to keep the fire of excitement
alive to the fall oi the curtain.
This evening a pleasant conceit will be
' given at the Second Presbyterian church
in East l.os Angeles, under the auspices
|of the choir, for the benefit of the
, church. Among those who will take
part are Mrs, .1. A. Muir, Mrs. Brown-
I ing, Frank Strahorn, Mrs. J. W. Fay
j man, Mrs. Maxwell, W. A. Peabody,
Mr. and Mrs. Knapp, Otto Vogel, Mrs.
S. Mathews, C. M. Clark, Messrs. Muir,
! Sumner, and Ragland, Mrs. F. J.
I Oyer and Mrs. Win. Wright.
Messrs. Hazard it Townsend furnish
' the following list of patents issued lo
, residents of California on Tuesday,
I April Bth: ]
Brake block, Hiram Btuts and J.J. I
! Edmunds, San Diego.
Sail, John Cook, San Francisco,
Carriage-top lifter, James T. Dysard, i
Car-coupling, Charles P. Francisco,
assignor of one-eighth to G. Goodwin,
Valve for steam engines, William
Gehring, San Diego.
Saw mill set-works, Robert E. Nevine,
assignor to Vulcan iron works, San
Electric rotary pump, ■tnory I.
Nichols, assignor by mesne assignments
Jto I. Stewart and T. E. Tremper, San
I Sprinkler, Joseph Oswald, assignor to
! Harris, Oswald and Noble, San Fran-
Reversible window sash, Ernest I/,
i Regnin, Sacramento, and T.J.Kingston,
I San Francisco.
Turn-table, John C. H. Stut, San
Francisco; also trademark to T. Dodge
I Tomlinson, San Jose; embrocation,
i "The words, numerals and letters 'Balm
! of Mecca, '.I 5 F F F 9 5.' "
He Drew a Knife to Carve.
H. E. Whitesides was tried in Depart
ment 1 yesterday, and found guilty of
! committing an assault with a deadly
j weapon. February 11, 1890, he was
! what is known as "caller" at the South
ern Pacific depot, it was his duty to
i awake conductors and others in time for
j their trains. The night before he should
| have wakened Conductor Charles Whit
i tlesey, but failing to do so that person
I lost his train. The matter being in-
I quired into, the conductor repeated the
| fact that Whitesides had failed to call
i him. At this Whitesides became greatly
j enraged, and drawing a huge knife swore
jhe would make a hole in Whittlesey.
Now, Whitesides is a cripple and
I Whittlesey is a gallant man.
! He, therefore, refrained from knock
! ing the wind out of the en
raged Whitesides, and contented him
' self with merely warding off the vicious
cuts made at him. At length one lunge
lof tbe knife reached the neck of the
j conductor, inflicting a had gash. Hence
the suit, and hence the verdict of guilty
i returned by the jury, who, however,
| being struck by the sadly crippled con
j dition of Whitesides, recommended him
to the mercy of the court.
W. 15. Nlsbett's Will.
W. li. Nis)>ett, the editor of a monthly
I newspaper in this city, died a short time
'ago. Some years ago lie made a will,
j leaving all his property to his wife. Six
months before his death the wife forsook
him and refused to return to him. He
| then wrote a letter revoking the will
i leaving all his property to a sister. The
I estate is valued at $25,000. and there is
likely to be a contest for it. Tbe will
was iiled for probate yesterday.
The police were notified last night that
at 9 o'clock a milkman had been held up
by a masked highwayman on Central
avenue near the car stables. As the
would-be robber approached the milk
wagon the driver struck him on the
head with the butt end of his whip, and
;as the fellow reeled back, drove off as
' rapidly as possible. The robber fired a
shot at his retreating figure, hut did not
' hurt him.
If you will, but be mire I.) use SoZoDoNT right
away, In order to carry off its injurious effects
upon the teeth. AH candy-eaters should carry
SOZODONT with them, if they wish to keep
their teeth sound.
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i cure you. For sale by c. K. Heinzeman, 122
j Nortli Main street.
Los Angeles Rubber Stamp Co.
j We are prepared to make the finest brass and i
nickel signs. 224 West First street.
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Corner Second and Main. P. H. Mathews.
Boon to Humanity
jls Radam's Microbe Killer. Cures catsrrb, eon
j sumption. Oflice, 109J*J 8. Broadwa>.
I V»t> "German Family" ioap.
! urn cakes, i
SCRATCHED 28 YEARS.
Iloriy Covered with scales. Itching terri
ble. Sutt'eriiig endless. No relief.
Doctors and medicines fail. Speedily
t un d by Cntienra ut a cost of sin.
CURED BY CUTICUBA.
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twenty-eight years ago It would have saved me
I 1200.00 (two hundred dollars) and an immense
! amount of suffering. My disease (psoriasis) 00nv
| menct'd on my head in a spot not larger than a
cent. Itspread rapidly all over my body and got
I under my nails. The scales would drop offof me
I all tbe time, and my •uttering was endless and
: without relief. One thousand dollars would not
I tempt me to nave Ibis disease over again. lam
i a poor man. but feel rich to be relieved of what
some of the doctors said was leprosy, some ring
worm, psoriasis, etc. 1 tool; and .Sursupurillus
| over one year and a half, but no cure. 1 went to
! two or three doctors, and 1.0 cure. 1 cannot
praise the Cuticura kbmkdies too much. They
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las a baby's All l used of them were three boxes
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resolvent, and two cakes of cuticura Soap,
If you had been here and said you would have
cured me lor 1300, you would have had the
money. 1 looked like the picture in your book
of psoriasis (pi el ore number two, "How to Cure
skin Diseases"), but now lamas dear as any
person ever was. Through force of habit i nib
my hands over my arms and lege to scratch once
i In a while, but to no purpose. I am all well. I
| scratched twenty-eight years, and it got to be a
I kind of second nature to me. 1 thank you a
. thousand times.
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sculp and blood, with loss of hair, from pimples
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'•PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Bertha (a 5-holo) Range * 9.00
No. 7 Bertha (a 5-hole' Range 10.00
No. 8 Bertha (it 5-hole) Range 13.00
lam overstocked with Gasoline stoves and am
selling them at
I fs4 Less Than Eastern Prioes.
EVERY STOVE GUARANTEED !
j A fine line of Dry Air Refrigerators at very low
prices. A full line of Medallion Ranges.
Roves sold on the installment plan at
F. E; BROWNE'S
I apl2-:im 136 S. Main St., opp. Mote Market.
TKETIt WTTHOUT I'I.ATKS.
*Gold and Porcelain Crowns. Teeth filled and
ektraeted without pain, by the use of gas or
Vitalized air. Extracting positive) V without
! pfrin for 50 cents.
DR. J. 11. POLLOCK
And Associate Dentists,
i No. 10 northwest corner Spring and First sts.,
j entrance on First street. aps-3m
J. SN BUTCHER, Proprietor,
STYLISH I<ltiW. .
Horses Boarded by the Day, Wee k or Month at
Reasonable Rates. ap3-lm
qno EXCHANGE —house. 17 rooms, and
( L house 3 rooms, clear, for ranch; also clear
city lots and some second-class business lots for
land. J. c. WILLMON, 230 W. First st. ap!o-7t
SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING, TELEGRA
phy. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, 126 W. First
St., the only school in the city in which these
arts are taught by competent gentlemen, skilled
in their profession. Terms moderate. ELI AS
LONGLEY, SO years a reporter, VV. H. WAGNER,
stenographer and telegrapher. al-(im
'•pHE SISTERS OF~~ THE HOLY NAM ICS
L have opened a boarding and select day
school at Ramona, Cal.; the site of the institu
tion is unequaled: the course of instruction is
jof the highest grade. Address for terms SR.
j A CADE MY OF IMMACULATE HEART, PICO
A. Heights—Conducted by the Sisters of im-
I maculate Heart. The scholastic year comprises
! two sessions of five months eiieh. The first
' session commences on the Ist of September
I and the second on tho Ist of February,
; Pupils arc received at any time during tiie
year. Their session commences from the date
of entrance. For further particulars apply on
the premises, or at the CATHEDRAL
SCHOOL, Los Angeles st. The above house is
the novitiate of the order. ml 5m
lOSI OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
j English Training School, new number, 144
S. Main st. Experienced teachers; complete
courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. I22tf
OCHOOLOF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL,
Engineering, Surveying, Architecture,
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILLEN,
723 Market St., San Francisco. alO-tf
j -yyOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
j 15!J South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING.,
i For particulars, call at oflice or address
; s2O-ly F. C. WOODBURY,Principal.
rpOLHURST, DENTIST, B><; N. SPRING ST.,
I X reorns 2, 0 and 7. Hours, Bto 5. •
, Gold tilling, t'rm |2 up. I Porcelain crowns, |5.
Silver or amalgam. $1. Gold crown, $5 and up.
i Plates, from *4 to $10. | Extracting, 50c; with
I gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty. j2O-tf
R. J. M. WHITE,
DR. E. L. TOWNSEND,
41 South Spring street.
! First building north of Bryson-Bonebrake block
1 Telephone 138. fl9 tf
G. CUNNINGHAM. DENTIST. REMOVED
. to No. 31 N. Spring st., rooms 1 and 2,
; Phillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. nistf
! ISB2 ESTABLISHED 1882
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
sts., Wilson block; take elevator; room
I 36; teeth filled without pain; unsesthetie par-
I fectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done and
i teeth extracted positively without pain. a4tf
SC AILUZ, A'l'Tf) RNE V - AT-LAW,
, rooms 72 and 74 Temple block, Los An
i geles, Cal. ap9-3m
ISIDORE B. DOCKWEH.ER, ATTORNEY-AT
law, rooms 10 and 11, Bryson-Bonebrake
j block. felO dm
i (ii;oKOK 11. Smith. Thomas L. Winder.
Henry M. Smith.
OMITII, WINDER & SMITH. ATTORN EYB-
Oat-law, will practice in all the state and
1 Federal Courts. Offices: Rooms 1. 2, 3 and 4
University Bonk building, 117 New High sf,
! Los Angeles. Cal. Telephone No. 583. ul4tf
BELLEVUK LYLNG-In "HOSPITAL 18 NOW
open, under the management of Mrs. Dr. J.
H. Smith. Patients can have their choice of
physicians, and tiie best of care is given. Mid
wiiery a specialty 146,^«M*c
WANTS, PERSONALS AND OTHER AO
vertisements undrr the following heads in-
I terted at the rate of a renin per line for each
, insertion, or ?! a line per month.
HATS MADE Yo OBDBbIPoLD
silk hats altered to latest style; stiff and soft
tell hats cleaned and rehloeked: lawn tennis and
steamer caps made to order, ft. MAQEE,SiIk
: Hatter, I>lM X. Spring st.. Temple block,
S TIT ANTED — BARGAINS IN CITY PROP
TT erty, improved or unimproved. M. f.
ODEA, il l Broadway, ap!3-tf
AT HEWS BROS. lIAVK REMOVED TO
140 N. l.os Angeles St., where Ihey will
I continue the commission husiness in Country
! produce. aplO-tf
\"1 r ANT XI >— A LADY IN KA< 11 HOUSEHOLD
| >> to use siddall's yeast cakes for bread
i making; they are manufactured here in l.os An
I geles! patronise home industry; ask yonrgroccr
for a box. apS-lm
I TV-ANTED—A CATHOLIC TEACHER WHO
IVY speaks both Gorman and English. Apply
at the CKUMAN cATHol.lc CHURCH,corner
Santee and Twelfth sts, upl-tf
T\ T ANTED—HORSES TO PASTURE; BEST
,>> pasture In the county; plenty of water;
| man in attendance; hersescafiea for und deliv
ered without extra charge. W. E, HUGHES,
loom 10. 107 N. Spring It a 10-If
TVANTKD— A I laIJvASSERTO WORK FOR
i tt city subscriptions on this paper, at a
| moderate salary. stpXP-gt
17 NtETTINGERVa INFORMATION ANDF..M-
Jt plovmcnt Bureau; help free. 819Vj B.
j Spring. Telephone. 113. aplti l'-'m
LOST AM) FOUND.
, | OST —A GOLD BREAST-PIN, SHELL
Ij shape, near court house. Leave at 152 and
i 154 N. Main and get reward. iiplo-lt*
OST—BETWEEN BI'RHANK AND 1 .OS AN
j geles. ladv.'s small black silk umbrella,
wooden handle, with tassel. Return to room
!•« Phillips block and get reward. npl4-2t*
TTtSTRAYED — A LARGE BAY MARE; A
Vj liberal reward. Hi S. Spring St. GRIDLEY.
a pi a if d&w
VND STILL WE LEAD—SUGAR, 17 LBS.
brown or 13 lbs. white ,f 1; 4 lbs rice, sago
or tapioca, 25c; 13 lbs. white beans 25c; starch
4 packages 25c: Decker's buck wheat, 15e: germea
20c.; pickles. 10c. a qt.; 10 lbs. cornmeal, 15c;
good black or Japan tea, 35c; can gasoline,
BOc.; coal oil, BOc.; sack flour, B0c.; 10 cans
salmon, |1; 3 cans corn or tomatoes, 25c; 11
cans fruit. .$1; ti lbs. raisins or prunes, 25c;
nectarines. 5c a lb.: jams and jellies, 10c a
glass: 40 bars soap. $1; bacon, 11c; bams, 13c:
pork, 10c. ECONOMIC STORES. 500-511 s.
Spring st. Telephone 975. apß ti
DIVORCE AND PROBATE LAW A
specialty. HOLCOMB ,t GARDNER,
attorneys. 126 W, First st. Advice free. m29-tl
rpo THE SUFFERING—DR. G, M. MOORE.
I celebrated magnetic healer, wishes to call
attention to those who maybe suffering from
any disease of tiie heart or lungs, neuralgia,
liver or kidney troubles, mid any and all bodily
pains. Relief immediately, and a sure cure
perfected. Dr. Moore was bom in East Tennessee,
in the year 1844, and at the as;e of 43 began
some ol his wonderful cures. No. 153 SAN
I'EDRo ST.,upstairs. nplO-lm
\Y ANTED - PICTURES TO FRAME AT
TT Burns'gJftttSiC store, 256 8, Main St. aD2-tf
DON'T DISPOSE OF YOUR CAST-OFF
clothes until you try Morris, wlio always
pays full value for gentlemen's clothing; orders
by mall promptly attended to. Be sure to look
for sign. -MORRIS," 110 Commercial st,
T>ERBONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY-
J body How to make mid save money. Read
the class.! Ed advertisements in the Herai.o
daily. A few cents spent in an advertisement
may make thousands of dollars for you. You
may prucrtrea situation; sell your house and
lot;'rent your vacant property; buy a paying
business "or sell to advantage; loan your idle
money or borrow cheaper than from agents,
and in a thousand different ways use these col
umns to advantage. On this page advertise
ments are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A DAY.
missing parties; obtain evi
dence in civil and criminal actions; and all
other legitimate business attended to with dis
patch. All transactions strictly confidential;
best of references given whejj required: terms
reasonable. Address all communications to
THOS. MCCARTHY, Manager, Rooms 7 and 8
Larronde Block, 200 W. First street. mars-tf
\ SPECIAL MEETING OF Los AN 1*
geles Lodge. No. 42, K.iA. M • _/V»
will be held Ibis Wednesday evening, V JfT
April Kith, at 7:30 p. m., !'<>r con- /\#\
ferrim; the Third Degree. Sister lodges
and ail visiting brethren are cordially invited.
By order. C. F. A. LAST, W. M.
ROBEUT E. MCGBEOOB, Secretary. niarl7-lt
]SoR RENT—AN ELEGANT HOUSE OF 16
1 rooms, partly furnished) a nice place, for a
first-class family hotel and boarding house: will
rent low. E. R. THRELKELD, corner E. First
and liaily sts. qp!2-8t
¥X>R RENT—ELLIS COLLEGE BUILDING,
F Inquire of Whitmer Bros. St Co., room 4,
California Bank building iuar22 lm
RENT —HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY.
F C. A. SUMNER & C 0.,7 S. Fort St. alO-tf
T7HJR RENT—ROOMS; THE ALBEMARLE,
F 31.!., 8. Spring St. | Mrs. E. L. Lewis, Prop'r;
single or en suite. apl2-im
lIOR RENT — TWO FURNISHED FRONT
1 rooms in private family; bathroom free.
520 S. Spring St. mar23-l m
FOX SALE—City Property.
1-MiR SALE—A BARGAIN: f7,000 WILL BUY
1 5 acres of orchard; 300 feet front on Belle
vue avenue; 7-room house: water piped for
irrigation and domestic use; 250 orange and 250
deciduous trees, 14 years old; picket fence.
Apply to or address J. W. POTTS, box 543,
station C. apl3-lm
T7IOR SALE—CHOICE EXTRA LARGE RESI-
F denee lots, close to Figueroa and Adams
sts., cheap and on easy terms to parties who
will build. M. F. ODEA, 114 Broadway.
]/OR SALE—SOO,OOO BLUE GUM TREES AT
1 *(> per 1.000, ill boxes of 100. Corner
Seventh and Spring sts. H. WIESENDANGER.
JjViR SALE —A FINE UPRIGHT GRAND
1 piano, at a bargain. 500 S. MAIN ST.
JjHIR GREAT BARGAIN; .1. & C.
1 Fischer upright piano, *175; cost $400;
used six months. 327 W. FIFTH ST., between
Broadway and Hill. apl3-4t*
IX)R SALE—FINE UPRIGHT PIANO, 1150.
1 PACIFIC LOAN Co., 124., S. Spring st.
HALE OR EXCHANGE —CHARCOAL,
F the best quality, at No. 650 Castclar street.
ANTONIO I'ASSERINI. nii-25-lm*
FOB SALE—Country Property.
1710R SALE—MODERN HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS,
. with closets, pantrys, bathroom, porches,
stable; lot 100x500 (l 1 ., acres); 7 large shade
trees; 07 young fruit and nut trees (Hi varie
ties); also small fruits and flowers; near city
line on Gross Rapid Transit R. 1!., near station;
train for city every hour, fare 5 cents; will sell
or exchange; a cash customer will secure a
beautiful home for a small outlaw Owner, J.
L. skinner, 142 North Los Angeles st. aits-3*
IMPROVED RANCH—4O ACRES ORANGE
land. *3,000 cash; worth SO.OOO. 8. B.
GORDON, room 28, Bryson-Bonebrake build
ORANGE LANDS FOR SALE CHEAP; TO
close an estate; 30 acres of finest orange land
in Duarte; 0 acres in bearing orange trees; 4
acres in vines; a good house, barn, etc.; tho
finest water right in Los Angeles county. For
particulars apply to MORTIMER & HARRIS,
78 Temple block, attorneys for vendor.
mar 22 lm
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK.
lAOR BALE—THOROUGHBRED HOLSTEIN
A 1 bulls. J. E. DURKEE, Bonita Meadows.
Washington st. aplo-3m*
FOR SALE—BRO()DTWWS AND A-l STOCK
hogs, at ROSKCRANH STOCK FARM, or
address E. R. d'ARTOIS, room 15, Wilson block.
7 TO LOAN AT R. G. LUNT'S
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
i Cor. First & Broadway, Eledlck Mock, Los Angeles
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY
| of San Francisco. m 29 lni
I>ACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
in any amount* on all kinds of personal
I property and collateral security, on piano',
without removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins
bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop.'
crty of value; also on furniture, merchandise
etc., in warehouses; partial payments received'
I money without delay; private offices for eon
■ imitation; will call it desired; W. E. DKGROOT
I Manager, rooms 14 and 15, No. 124.. South'
Spring st. m3O
'$1 000 000 T " L " AN vv '■' ''Kit cent!
'l?l.irWW.\nn.f gross to 12 percent, gross, on
improved Angeles city or acreage.
II .I.MAN, ALLEN A CHALFANT, PerreM
building, 127 W. Thirdrt. aplo am
i pAI.IFORNIA LO.\N AND TRUST CtT
V. Rooms !t to 11, Phillips' Block.—MaSeS
long and short time loans on approved sccurf
I ties, and discounts notes and mortgages.
MONEY TO LOAN AT CURRENT RATES
on good risks only. M. K. ODEA, 114
j rjUARANTEE MORE 'MONEY - OX - L"ESS
j VI security than any one in the city; collat
erals. ROOMS 74 AND 75, Drvson Bom-brake
j building. aps-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY AND COUN
try property, by GEO, 8. Robinson, 140
j N. Spring st. a5-tf
MONEY LOANED ON REaTTesTATE, DlA
lnonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, seal
' skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles, mortgages
| and all kinds of personal and collateral security
402 S. Spring. ralS-Gm
1 fJ\Q LOAN.
j fl,OOO to 1100,000. Bonds, mortgages and
; dividend paying stocks bought.
1 At the Main-street Savings Bank and Trust
| Co. J. B. LANKERSHIM, President.
u!3 tf 320 S. Main st.
$'"iAll AHA TO I'GAN UPON IMPROVED
UVU»yUU city and country property; low
est rates: .loans made with dispatch. Address
the Northern Counties Investment Trust, Ltd.,
| FRED. J. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal.
RW. POINDEXTER. 125 W. SECOND ST
» Loans on good city or country property.
MO XEV"TOY"TO - T.OAN ON MORTGAGE—C. A.
SUMNER A t:P., 7. S. Broadway. f2O-tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO
SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First st, Room 13.
<3iloll (\tti\ TO LOAN-A. J. VIELE, 38 S.
!nT 11/If.Vfy/lI Spring st., Room 4. m3otf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—MOR
TIMER 4 HARRIS, uttorneys-at-law, 78
Temple block. m22-tf
DR. JOHN W. REESE, OFFICE, 107., X
Spring'st. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m„ lto4
• and 7 to 9 p. m. m23tf
REBECCA LEE DORSEY, M. D. OTOE
.>o. 7'_, N. Main st. Special attention given
Ito obstetrics, gynecology and diseases of
children. Hours !) to 11 a. m. and 2to4p. m.
: Telephone 513. apa-tf
T S~T~\NG[.KY. ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN.
I V. cor. Second and Los Angeles sts. Electrical
treatment, baths and massage. apll-3m
, 1 Ed. TAYLOR StTsWART. m 7 D„ OFFICE,
vJT 250 8. Spring st., 11 a. m. lo 3 p. m.j resi
dence, 2371 Thompson st., Bto 9 a. m. Tele
! phone 941. apl-lm
DR. ELIZABETH A. FOLLANBBEE, OFFICE
and residence. 340 S. Broadway; office
hours, from 11:30 a. in. to 2:30 p.m. Tele
phone 737. ni24tf
R. DARLING, OCULIST AND AURIST,
Oflice 229 W. First st. Oflice hours. 9a. m.
j to 4 ]>. in. altf d&w
R. WM, CHAPMAN, 282 N. MAIN ST.,
Mascarel block. Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.;
I 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. mur2ti-tf
RS. DR. "MINNIE WELLS, FIRST LADY
licentiate of Kentucky ; 9 years' successful
practice in this city in discuses of women; has
in connection with her practice electro thermal
baths. Office 502 3. Broadway, cor. Fifth St.
HAS. W. BKYSON, M. D.—DISEASES OF
women a specialty. 44J.j S. Springsst,t t ,
rooms 2 and 3. Telephone, office, 790; resi
dence, 798. jlltf
R. JOSEpTTkURTZ, 205 N. MAIN ST.
Office hours: 11 to 12 a. in., 4to ti and 7
to 9 p. m. mgg-tl
R. CHAS. DE S/.ICETHY. M. D.. HAS
returned to the city and resumed his
practice. Office and residence, new No. 415
8. Main st; office hours. 1 to 4 p.m. and after
7 p.m. Telephone 1,050. m2l-tf
R. C. EMiAR SMITH—DISEASES OF
women a specialty; rectal diseases treated
by the Brinkerhoff painless system; office,
• corner Main and Seventh sts., Robarts block.
R. C. E. CLACIUS HAS REMOVED HIS
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 S. Spring st.
Hours, from 11 a. m. to 2 p.m. Specialty—
Sexual and skin discuses, chronic diseases in
HOM F.O P ATHISTsT
DR. G. S. (LATE OF ST. LOUIS),
hommopathist; office, 130 S. Spring st.;
hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 2to4p. m. f 18-3 m
S. SALISBURY. M. 1).. HOMOJOPATHISt!
• Office, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Jiank build
ing, cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 048
S. Pearl st. Office hours, 11 a. mto3 p. in. Tel
ephone Nos.: Office. 597: residence, 577.
RS. BEACH & BOVNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring St., Los Augeles, Cat, Office honrs,
Bto 12 m., 1 to 4 and t! to Bp. m. Dr. Boyn
ton's residence, 788 olive st. fifl-tf
ISAAC FELLOWs7"m. D„ HOMEOPATHIST.
Office hours, 11 to 12 a. m., 2t05 p. m.
Office, Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' building, Los
Angeles, Cal. Residence, 508 South Main St.
SUNSET ROUTE EXCURSIONS VIA NEW
Orleans, run fortnightly, and are "personally
conducted" by the Southern Pacific Company.
For rates and dates apply to any agent of tiie
Southern pacific Co.. or to the General Passenger
office, 200 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. JNO. M.
CRAWLEY, A. G. P. agent. apls-lm
HE GREAT OVERLAND MAY' EXCUR
sion will leave Los Angeles April 30th and
San Francisco May Ist, for the Presbyterian
General Assembly, Chicago, New York, Boston
and all Eastern cities, and for the General
Conference of the M. E. Church South, at St.
Louis, and for all points South and East.
Pullman tourist cars will be. used. Rev. T. H.
B. Anderson, 1). I)., of Santa Rosa, will have
charge of the through oars to St. Louis after
they leave Council Bluffs. Day at Salt Lake
City. Day at Niagara falls. Lowest rates
guaranteed. For lull particulars address F. E.
SHEARER, Manager Overland Excursions,
151 North Spring street, Los Angeles, or 2 New
Montgomery street, under Palace hotel, San
Francisco, Cal. ap9-10t
(\0 EAST VIA PHILLIPS EXCURSIONS;
VA personally managed through to Boston and
New York, in Pullman tourist sleepers. Oflice.
NO. 140 N. SPRING ST. mr27-tf
BURLINGTON ROUTE EXCURSIONS TO
tin- East, every Thursday, via the Denver
and Rio Grande railway, through Salt Lake and
Denver; grandest scenery in the world; tourist
cars, fully equipped; conductor and porter in
charge. Information cheerfully given by mail,
or at our office, 120 S. Spring st., Los Angeles'
T. H. DUZAN, agent. ap2-tf
OA N'T A FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL .
O competitors, both in time and distance, to
all points East. Special tourist excursions East
every THURSDAY. For full information', ap
ply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A.
W A RNER, Exe. Manager, 29 N. Spring. altf
ROCK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS VIA
Denver and Rio Grande R'y, "TheSCenic
Line of the World," leave Los Angeles every
Tuesday via Salt Lake and Denver. Pullman
Tourist Sleeping Cars fully and elegantly,
equipped. Solid Vestibule trains.between Deli
ver, Kansas City, Council Bluffs and Chicago.
Magnificent dining and free reclining chait
cars. For rates and sleeping reservations, call
or address V. W. THOMPSON, Agent, 138 South
Spring st. m2-Iom
TXT ALT E RS'S SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER
VT sonally conducted to all points East with
out change. 119 N. Spring st. m25-tf
I/»OR SALE—A BUTCHER SHOP; DOING
X 1 good business. Cor. First and Alameda
RB. YOUNG, ARCHITECT,
. Rooms 47, 48 nnd 49, New Wilson block,
I First and Spring sts. apl2-12m
H BROWN. ARCHITECT. OFFICE, BRY
• son- Bonebrake block, 3d floor, rooms 42
I ° nd 43. al4-tf
r>*ny of Los Angeles, N. W. cor. Franklin
l uudN ew High streets. , nU7 Oro