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SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 180 V.
THE KITE-SHAPED TRACK AND SOUTH
We have frequently called the build
ing of the "Kite-shaped Track" of the
Southern California railway an inspira
tion of genius. Thia conviction grows
more and more upon us every day. It
is simply astonishing the way this en
terprise baa stimulated settlement and
travel in Southern California. It is
probably today toe best paying piece of
road the Santa Fe company possesses.
In length about one hundred and
seventy miles, it traverses a section o
country that has more possibilities of
profitable agricultural, horticultural
and viuicultural development than any
equal expanse of territory in the world.
The passenger traffic of this road is
•ODMthing phenomenal, while its busi
ness in all lines is growing at a magical
rate. Towns are springing up along
its lines on all hands, and they are
backed by a country which is being set
out in the citrus and deciduous fruits
with a celerity that sp?aks much for
the future. Where, a few years ago,
sheep and cattle depastured the land,
we now see splendid orange groves,
orchards of the deciduous fruits, elegant
villas and prosperous homes. The work
wrought by Aladdin's lamp has been
surpassed by the charming transforma
tion which has been witnessed in the
country traversed by the "Kite-shaped
Track" during the past year or bo.
Great as U the change which has been
already effected, it is but the initial of
tbe great evangel of development which
ia ahead for that section. Aud in this
evolution all will profit—the railways
by the enhanced travel and business
which will result, and the fast throng
ing tide of immigrants who will provide
themselves with ideal homes.
Not always has the Santa Fe been so
wise as in its conception and accomDlish
ment of the "Kite-shaped Track," The
building of its road from Demiug to
Guaymas under a former and less en
lightened management, was a moat un
fortunate enterprise. So was its road
through the Temecula c?non. Its lines
in Southern California, known as the
"Kite Shaped," have retrieved these er
rors, and will guarantee the company a
steadily expanding revenue. No one
who cornea to Southern California, if he
wishes to know anything of the distinc
tive features of this semi-tropical land,
can afford not to traverse this road. It
is an outspread volume, in which each
salient fact will be imprensed on the
memory and imagination forever by ac
cessories of scenic magnificence which
cm be surpassed nowhere else on the
To hi in who would like to know some
thing of the country in which he is
living or which he is visiting, the Her
ald would most earnestly advise a trip
over tbe "Kite-shaped Track." Every
incident will be pleasurable. He will
leave the depot of the Santa Fe railway
at 8:30 a. m. and will return to Los An
geles by 5:40 p. ra. He will pass
through the Crown of the Valley, and
will see in rapid transitiou the Santa
Anita, the whole scope of the foothill
country, Monrovia, Duarte, Azusa,
Glendora, San Dimas, Claremont, North
Pomona, North Cucamonna, Kiaito, and
other interesting settlements, and will
pull up for a brief halt in the historic
town of San Bernardino. Me will next
swing out to Redlands; and, if he is
wise, he will stay over and take a good
look at the "Wonder City." If he does
bo, he will see an exquisite place, in its
fifth year, which polled 559 votes in an
election the other day. He will gaze on or
ange groves whose luxuriant health will
suggeet to him that he is in the very
heart of the citrus region, lie will prob
ably also go up to Smiley's Heights, and
he will look down and out from that ele
vation on a landscape of unsurpassed
splendor, and will note improvements
that are crystallizing in a scene of verita
ble enchantment. The r-miley brothers
have already spent a million of dollars
in improving their superb grounds. In
tbe city proper he will note nineteen
houses which have either just been com
pleted, or which are approaching com
pletion, the lowest price of any one of
which is $10,000. Everywhere in Red
lands he will encounter scenes of activity
and enterprise, aiming at production or
the beautifying oi home life.
Resuming his trip, he will swing
round by way of Mentone to East High
lands and Highlands, crossing the Santa
Ana river on the way. He will see at
Highlands, after a glance at the mag
nificent new insane asylum, which
seems to be ready for occupancy, the
same exquisite spread of orange groves,
vineyards and orchards of the deciduous
iruits which he had enjoyed at Red
lands. He is now on the home stretch
on an ellipse which is twenty-seven
miles in circumference, and which in
cludes about nine miles in width of a
country of unlimited possibilities. The
stretch of valley which intervenes be
tween Highlands and San Bernardino
comprises about every conceivable at
traction—an inexhaustible and rich soil,
abundant water and unexcelled land
Arrived at San Bernardino he may, if
he has the inclination, employ a two
hours' stop over in noting the many im
provements which have been effected in
that place. These include modern streets
and pavements. Resuming his journey
he paeees through Colton, which proudly
hopes to be the Pacific const Indianapo
lis some day, and again crosses the Santa
Ana river. He notices in his rapid prog
ress towards Riverside that the Gage
system of irrigation has done wonders in
the development of the fertile country to
the east and north of that incomparable
city of homes. Young orange groves
gleam in the health and beauty indi
cated by their glossy and heavy waxen
green foliage. A scale bug would be
ashamed to be seen hovering around
such perfection of growth. From thence
to South Riverside, with its tin mines in
theTemescal mountains in the immedi
ate neighborhood, its vitrified pipe-works
and its lovely town and plantations, and
thence to Orange and Santa Ana, he sees
an interminable succession of exquisite
views rendered in chromatic variety of
colorings, neatly kept and thriving or
chards and homes, and vineyards, and
farms, and the wherewithal to make
thousands more of the same kind.
From Santa Ana to Los Angeles some
of the very best lands iv California
align the track of the Southern Califor
nia railway. Santa Ana, Orange, Ana
heim, Fullerton —these have all been
caught in the great swirl of progress of
which the "Kite-shaped Track" itself
haa been the great agent. Whittier
gleams in vernal beauty, with its reform
school, to the right, and Rivera, and its
splendid walnut groves,soon encompasses
the train. The tourist is sure to pull up
in Log Aneeles after his outing of ten
hours certain thai he has travel sed the
most enchanting region known on earth
or pictured in his dreams. He has
scarcely need of a duster, the roadway
is as smooth as could be desired; the.
depots are comfortable* and often ar
tistic and the time schedules are strictly
adhered to. To see Southern California,
in very truth, the trip over the "Kite
shaped Track" must be made.
THE TRUE RING.
The opinion has gone abroad that
there was an unanimous endorsement of
Mr. Cleveland as the choice of the Dem
ocracy of Massachusetts for president by
the late Democratic convention of the
Bay state. This is a mistake, as the full
account of the proceedings of the con
vention shows. On the contrary, of the
nineteea hundred delegates to that body
quite six hundred were enthusiastic
Hill men. The delegates were sent to
Chicago uninstructed, and the resolu
tions endorsing the ex-president were
assailed with great energy. The friends
of Mr. Hill were eloquent and out
spoken. Oue of the most uncompromis
ing of these waß James Bowers, who
I claim it as a privilege here among demo
crats, many of wtiotn Were" not bo-n when I
voted with the imin"rta! 4 ),O'J >. I claim it as
a privilege to s<y what I f el for Senator Bill,
and I have a right to doit. iCheers by Hill
men J It seems to me that Senator Hill is here
to be court martinled. What for? [Voices,
"That'slt."! Is it for rescuing the sta'.e of New
York from Fassett aud I'l itt? Great applause.]
Is it for not letting i'latt shake dv c upon the
election as they didju IS7C for TiUUn when
lln-y had'the loaded dice and shoos eight to
■even every time? 1 Applause, i It would set m
that it was almost unueci'ssniv to stand
up in a Democratic convention and
advocate a man who has carried his
banner to victory at ,".11 times. [Great
applause] Gentlemen, history repents itself.
*lino.-t eight years ago, in the Republican con
vention iv the city of Worcester, there was not
one single Republican iv Massachusetts who
said he wanted Blame, and toelav they are go
ing upon their bended knees to have Blame
nominated for predden'. Oh, yes, we shall
carry Massachusetts: we shall carry Rhode
Inland [laughterl; yee, we shall carry' Wiscon
sin and Minnesota, and will carry Vermont,
perhaps. | Laughter.] But when the trial comes,
gentlemen, where you have got to espect your
vote is in the Democratic states of the Union,
and not in the rotten Republican borough.
ICheers.l lam a Democrat, older than many
of you. and I recognize the sterling worth of
the man who says, "lam a Democrat. 1 [Tre
mendous cheering by the Hill men. | There
fore, until that nomination is made in Chicago
lam for Senator Hill. ITremendous cheering
by the Hill men |
Other Democrats of note supported
Mr. Bowers, and the friends of Mr.
Cleveland were in dire straits, when the
diplomacy of Gen. Patrick A. Collins
poured oil on the troubled waters. In
response to earnest solicitation he came
to the front and made the following
speech, which had the desired effect of
pacifying the convention:
My good old friend from Springfield closed
with the announcement that from now until
nomination day he was in favor of a certain
Democrat for the office of the presidency.
From now until the 21st of June I am for the
Democratic p<rly. ITremendous cheering.|
What maybe wisdom today may be folly three
months he nee. [Great applause.| What may
be our judgment today we shall inevitably find
a necessity for changing tomorrow. [Ap
plause.] There is only e>ne Cleveland and only
one Hill, but there are 7,000,000 Democrats;
and I propose to give the majority a chance if I
have anything to say about it' [Great ap
plau'e.J I am no man's man. [Tremendous
cheering.] I wear no man's collar and cany no
man's badge on my breast. [Cheers j I do'not
propose to belong to a party that stultifies itself
by a confession of such abject poverty that the
party would all be orphaned if one or two men
died. [Great applause.| If you send me
to the c nvention I will go with hands un
bound and with a free tongue [applause| to
represent your sentiments as it iiuda itself
crystallized on the 21st of June<and not what
yon Kuesn today. [Great; appiause.J If you
adopt the resolution proposed by my
friend and coil-ague from Suffolk coun
ty, you simply by indirection slur your
own governor, who has had one brilliant Dem
ocratic administration and who is safely pur
suing another, and a man who is fit to be presi
dent of the On ted States. IGreut applause.l To
my mind, the brightest young man in public
life today Is William E. Russell. [Great ap
plauso. I Do you wish to slugle out a man from
the distant state and say that we know that he
ought 'obe our idol three months hence, and
pass by the brilliant young governor of tbe
Democratic State Oi Massachusetts? [Applause I
Do you want to pass by Boies and Palmer and
all tbeothermen whom time and circumstances
may perhaps make available candidates, be
cause we can guess tomorrow, and we con only
be sure on tiie 21st of June?"
There could not possibly be better
Democratic doctrine than is contained
in both of these speeches, and we there
fore reproduce them in full. From now
until the convention does its work even-
Democrat has a right to advocate the
candidate of his choice. That Democrat
best does his duty who earnestly cham
pions the man who, ell other things be
ing equal, has the best chance of car
rying the country. Democrats are
wrapped up in the fortuneß of no man.
The Democratic watchword has always
been measures, not men. When the
convention has done its work, and given
us the nominee, all good Democrats will
rally to his support. The Herald has
repeatedly said that, if nominated
it would support Mr. Cleveland
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1892.
with great enthusiasm. It would, in
the event of his nomination, consider
that the collective wisdom of the Demo
cratic party was greater than is carried
under the hat of any person connected
with this establishment. But until
that authoritive judgment ia passed
it will claim the right to asaert its be
lief that the exigency calla for a new
man. General Collins, whose prompt
and spirited action in the "Rum, Rom
anism and Reoellion" episode un
doubtedly secured Mr. Cleveland the
slender majority in New York by which
he was elected in 1884, in the remarks
quoted above talks solid chunks of wis
dom. The result in Rhode lelend, in
which the Democratic party waa beaten
where it confidently expected victory,
and beaten under the ex-president's per
sonal leadership, ought to inspire the
party leaders with enough distrust of the
situation to induce extreme caution both
in the wording of the national platform
and as to the selection of the candidates
who shall be called upon to stand upon
it. That man who shall be thought
capable of carrying the most votes in
New Yoik, New Jersey, Connecticut and
Indiana, night to be the Democratic
nominee for president, and no other.
Sentiment and personal predilection
should count for nothing; principle and
availability for everything.
Mb. Harrison, iv his speech at the
chamber of commerce rooms last night,
said that the state of California ought to
be divided. This is a proposition on
which the Herald has rung all the
changes for nearly twenty years. Our
visitor-thinks that its effect would be to
give the Republicans two additional
United States senators. On the con
trary, it would give them to the Demo
cratic party. Witb Southern California
lopped off, North California would be
Democratic, while the utmost Republi
cans could hope for would be to secure
those from the new state of South Cali
Mr. M. H. de Young, of the San
Francisco Chronicle, has returned from
the east, where he has been doing good
work for California in exposition mat
ters. This is a merit which must be
conceded to this wide-awake journalist
and energetic business man. He adds
that Blame is still in the field for the
presidency, and attributes the writing
of his recent letter of declination to de
pression arising from his bad state of
health. At this stage of Mr. de Young's
outgivings, all the chestnut bells in tbe
state are supposed to go ting-a-ling-liug.
Hon. Carter Harbison was tendered
a hearty reception by the citizens of Los
Angeles last night. Our visitor deliv
ered hims?if of one of those wise and
witty speeches for which he is noted all
over the United States. The ex-mayor
of Chicago is pleased with Southern Cal
ifornia and we have no doubt he will see
that, through his powerful paper, the
Chicago Times, the people of the east
shall receive correct impressions of this
Judge Tboutt has dismissed the San
Francisco grand jury, the other grand
jurors having joined the original eight
in asking to be relieved. It is passing
strange that the arm of justice is par
alyzed in the principal city oi the Pacific
coast. It is tj be hoped that tho next
pane! will be responsive to its duty.
Thia afternoon's and this evening's
performance at the Los Angeles theater
will conclude the engagement of Mr.
Wallick and his company, including his
beautiful trained horses.
Manager Wyatt ia having a lively de
mand for eeata for the engagement of
the Boatouian Opera company, which
begina a season at the Loa Angelea
theater on Monday evening in Rubin
The HospLal Circle of King's Daugh
ters will give an entertainment in the
Y. M. C. A. hall on Monday evening.
The object of the HoFpital Circle's
efforts are to provide the patients of the
county hospital with delicacies and
many comforts that otherwise they
would not have. Among the CDmforts
most acceptable to the suffering beings
in thia abode of pain are Eoft cushions
to be placed wherever the poor aching
body most requires them, and comfort
able rocking chairs—which the King's
Daughters are placing in the different
wards—each chair is titter! with a set
of cushions; fruit and jellies, reading
matter and flowers. They sit by the
narrow beds in the consumptive's wards,
saying friendly words to the suffering
men who occupy them, and in many
instances these men are from the far
east, friendless aud lonely. To them
the King's Daughters' visits are angels
visits. The charity that the Hospital
Circle baa undertaken iB a wide one,and
what a handful of women can do seems
but little where the need is so great.
A careful programme has been arranged
for Monday evening, and it is hoped
that not only the King's Daughters of
the city but all who are charitably dis
posed will attend the entertainment.
Miss Marie Wainwri<:ht, who will ba
seen at the Grand opera bouse mi
Thursday, Friday and f-aturday, April
21st, 22d and 23d, in her superb* produc
tion of Amy Robsart, has jnst finished
a remarkably successful engagement in
San Franchco, Her company is famous
for its general excellence and t ie ad
mirable way in which its memb rs play
The best epring medicine is a dose or
two of St. Patrick's Pills. They uot
only physic but cleanse the whole sys
tem and purify the biood. For sale by
C. F. Heiuzeman, 222 North Main, drug
Ottawa, April 15 —The minister of
customs has discovered a plot by which
an organization in China is smuggling
Chinamen into Canada on bogua certifi
cates, and it is believed a large number
of Chinamen have been run into the
United States the same way. A large
number of fraudulent certificates were
Sick-Headache? Beecham's Pills will re
Mullen, Bluett &. Co. cau boast about their
suits at $12 and 115.
MAKES THE DEAF HEAR.
SUCCKSS OF A NOVEL INSTRU
Mysterious Itestoratlon of Deafness by
an I'nseeii Device—Old Theories
During the pant few years there have
been many rumors of the restoration, in
some mysterious way, oi the hearing of
those who were known to have been deaf
for many years. This has led to an in
vestigation by those interested, and it
has been found that this happy change
has been made by the use of a most sim
ple yet ingenious device, which was in
vented by a gentleman in Bridgeport,
Conn., named N. A. Wales. This device
is the same to the ears as are glasses to
the eyes, and is simply a soft rubber
disc, arranged on a rubber spring, and
so shaped that when inserted in the ear
it will focus the waves of sound on the
natural drum, thus increasing the vibra
tion of the latter.
The possibilities of a device of this
nature have long been known, but the
many attempts to use this knowledge
have been such utter failures that it was
considered beyond our present knowl
edge of the ear to make a practical in
strument of the kind. Consequently
when this device was first invented, not
much attention was given the same, as
it was thought to bo merely an old en
emy in a new dr»ss ; but gradually this
slight prejudice was dispelled, until, at
the present time, most physicians and
auriats look kindly upon the instrument
and stem pleased at the success it iB
At a recent interview, Mr. Wales made
the remarkable statement, that to his
knowledge, the device which he calls
Sound Disc, had never failed where re
lief waa atterward obtained by any
medical, surgical or mechanical means,
excepting a powerful ear trumpet, which
he says is more powerful than his de
vice. It would seem to be an ideal de
vice for the deaf, as it is worn in the
ear, out of sight, for months at a time,
and as far as we can learn, is pronounced
safe and comfortable for the patient.
Many times it has proven itself to be an
advancement ia the science of acous
tics, by relieving the most obs'ioate
cases which had defied medical treat
ment for years.
What may be the ultimate result of
the use of this device —whether the re
sults thus far obtained will warrant its
use in such a variety of cases that it
will stop the progress of deafness in the
future, to such an extent that it will
avoid the use of the ear trumpet, wo
cannot say; but the desirability of a
device of thia nature as regards itß
safety, its benefit and general comfort
to the user, none will fail to admit.
The attractive play of Hazel Kirke,
which will be given this evening at the
Grand opera bouse for the benefit of the
news and working boy's home, should
draw the largest audience of the sea
son. The play is in itself one of the
most successful and charming dramas
ever written, and under the direction
of Prof. Henry Lndlam, who has se
cured a most excellent cast, is sure
to be admirable in its performance.
The names of several local favorites ap
pear in the cast and their well known
ability secures the success of the play.
The institution is doing a grand work
and should be sustained. As the usual
seats are reserved these desiring to se
cure them should apply early at the
opera house. Following is the cast:
Dunstan Kirke, Pre,;. Henry Ludlam;
Arthur Cairu.gford, Mr. VV. E. Pile;
Aaron Rodney, Colonel Lee; Pittacus
Green, Mr. Tom Baines; Barney
O'Flvnn, Mr. Cowley; Mathusalem
Muggins, Mr. Vie Wankowski; Lady
Carnngford, Mrs. Henry Ludlam ; Mercy
Kirke, Mrs. Geo. Freeman ; Hazel Kirke,
Miss C. Gert'ude Finney ; Dolly Dutton,
Clara, Miaß Maude Newell.
The last week of the Donald Downie
illustrated lectures in Los Angeles is
devoted to a very popular benefit. That
most deserving charity, the Lob Angeles
orphan asylum, have seemed a reason
of three eptertainments, the gems of
Professor Downie'e repertory, beginning
Wednesday, April 20th, at Turnverein
hall. Prices 60 cents for the whole
hoiiEe: children half price.
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth its weight in gold. My hair has
stopped falling and all dandruff bas
disappeared since I found skookum
root hair grower. Ask your druggist
"Down by the Sea."
The Southern California railroad
(Santa Fe route) will sell excursion
tickets to San Diego and Hotel Del Cor
onado Saturday and Sunday. Now is
tbe time to visit that famous resort.
Trains leave the Santa Fe depot, First
street station, at 8 :15 a.m. and 3:05 p.m.
Answer This Question.
Why do so many people we see around ub
seem to preier to suffer and be mado miserable
by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness. Lobs
of Appetite, Coming up of the Food, Yellow
Skin, when lor 75g we will sell them Shiloh's
Vitalizer, guaranteed to cure them. Sold
wholesale by Haas, Baruch & Co., and all re
Horse blankets, clippers and buggy robes at
[Toy's saddlorv house. 818 N. Los Angeles street.
Afflicts half the American people yet there Is
only one preparation o£ Sarsapariiia that acts on
the bowels and reaches this important trouble,
and that is Joy's Vegetable Sursaparilla. It re
lieves it in 24 hours, and an occasional dose pre
vents return. Wo refer, by permission, toC. E.
Elklngton, 125 Locust Avenue, San Francisco; J.
H. Brown, Petaluma, Cal.; H. S. Winn, Geary
Court, S.F., and hundreds of others who have
used it in constipation. One letter is n sample
of hundreds. Elklngton, writes: "I have been
for years subject to bilious headaches and consti
pation. Have been so bad for a year back have
had to take a physic every other night or else I
would have a headache. One bottle of J. V. S.,
put me in splendid shape. It positively controls
AS J. V. 6. is positively the only Sarsapariiia
compounded to control constipation, insist on
Joy's and don't be talked into taking any other.
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is tirst class, and the tables will be supplied with the best tbe marketaflords. The air is perfectly
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to oranges—budded 127 tiees; seedliDgMansM, ranch with water piped to each. filOO per acre,
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Beaches, 085 trees; apricots, 103 trees; nejtar- for ten years, at OH per cent interest. The land
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DR. WOII having been called to China, hereby Ukea pleasure in informing
his many patrons and friends that be has secured for his successor his old brother
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