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Visit of General Alfaro to This
Banished From Home For His Lib
And a Wanderer For Ten Years-He
Speaks About the Galapagos Is
land Cession Very
A distinguished military man and a
patriot, Gen. Eloy Alfaro of Ecuador,
has arrived in this city and is the guest
of his old-time friend, Thos. L. Dnque,
at 524 South Hill street. By reason of
his unswerving devotion to liberal prin
ciples, as they are understood in South
America, the general has been a wan
derer from home since 1883, and the
malignancy of his enemies in the Con
servative party has pursued him even in
the state of Colombia, from which he
was expelled twice, the last time being
during the month of January in the
present year, when he was forced to
General Alfaro, who looks every inch
a soldier and a determined foe, is a man
of about 50, rather small of stature, well
proportioned, and a fluent speaker, al
though he unfortunately is not ac
quainted with the English language.
President Antonio Flores fears him,
and in 1888 offered to let him return to
Ecuador, providing he would enter into
a combination with bim, and promised
that he would so manipulate the elec
tions that Alfaro should be his successor
in the presidency. The general having
positively refused to listen to any com
promise, has been followed by Flores'
vengeance ever since, and thus he had
to become a visitor to California.
In 1883, during a revolution against
the leaders of the Conservative party,
Alfaro, who was the commander-in-chief
of the Liberal forces, obtained supreme
control of the whole coast of Ecuador,
but his party suffered reverses and he
voluntarily left his native land, going to
Colombia, where the Conservatives, then
in power too, expelled him.
He returned to Panama later, and was
permitted to remain there until the
machinations of Flores once more
caused him to be driven away. He then
went to Costa Rica and Venezuela,
whose presidents are his friends, and
thence came to California to be with Mr.
Duque for a few days. General Alfaro
expressed himself delighted with the
climate of this state, the more so that
he had been under apprehensions that
it would not suit him after a lifetime
passed under equatorial latitudes.
In an interesting half nour's chat
granted a Hkrald reporter, General
Alfaro reviewed the causes which have
produced so many revolntions in the re
publics of South America. The primary
reason of the troubles was the unfair
way in which the government of Ecua
dor settled her share of the debts con
tracted in England by Venezuela, New
Granada and Ecuador when they found
ed the great republic of Colombia.
"The scandalous and unfair conduat
of President Caamailo in the settlement
of the foreign debt, in the year 1884, by
which enormous quantities of public
land were to be stolen from the people
and concessions made to strangers,
caused the most violent indignation.
Resistance was stilled by Caamano,
however, through means of persecution,
robbery, arson, murder, imprisonment
and confiscation of property. I was well
justified when I accused Antonio Flores,
the tool of the president, of seeking to
enrich himself by ruining the state,
under pretense of settling the British
"We of the Liberal party do not op
pose immigration; on the contrary, we
should be willing to give land gratis to
such new-comers as intended really to
cultivate their sections, but in no wise
are we willing to let the land be stolen
in the scandalous manner which the
Conservatives advocate for the sole pur
pose of their own aggrandizement.
"But there is a subject right here
upon which I wish to make a few re
marks. It is a subject of importance as
much to the United States as it is to
Ecuador, and it is the cession of the
Galapagos islands, as contemplat
ed by Seiior Antonio Floreß. The
Daily Star and Herald of December
7th of last year stated that there
was talk of granting the United
States a coaling station at Galapagos,
which islands had been virtually aban
doned by Ecuador. It also believed
that there was a disposition on the part
of the Ecuadoran government to sell
them, and one on the part of the gov
ernment of Washington to buy them.
I do not know who inspired the article,
but I know that no Ecuadoran who is
not affiliated with the band of thieves
now in power would countenance such a
sale. Such an event would for ever lose
to this great nation the sympathy of
Latin America, and would make us feel
that we Ecuadorans had been treated
shabbily and unjustly.
"I rejoice to know that the Liberal
party is again becoming strong in the
republics where I have lived so long,
that it will soon be able to openly pro
claim that it is tired of misrule, and
will take up arms for its rights and prin
ciples. We do not seek personal re
venge. We want principles to prevail,
those of liberty and honesty above all.
The moment the call to arms resounds
you may rest assured that I shall at
once depart for my home, to shed my
blood for right and country."
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth its weight in gold. My hair has
stopped falling and all dandruff haa dis
appeared since I found skookum root hair
grower. Ask your druggist about it.
Mil I oh'k Consumption Cure.
This is beyond question the most successful
Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few doses
invariably one the worst cases of Cough,
Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful
success in the cure of Consumption is without
a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its
first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee,
a test which no other medicine can stand. If
you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try
it. Price 10c, 50c and 11, If your lungs are
sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous
Plaster. Sold wholesale by Haas, Baruch A
Co., and all retail druggists.
A Long Needed Want.
The enterprising proprietors, Garms & Zorb,
ol the Olympic Hall, have opened a bowling
alley and ehullle board. All lovers of the
above games will please take notice.
\r/ben Baby was sick, we gave ncr Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria-
V hen she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
A SLUGGISH STREAM.
It Gett Fool and Poisonous Unless It Is
Kept Constantly Flowing;.
At this season ol the year people feel more
or less weak, run down, wearied and depressed.
It has been commonly supposed that it is due
to impurities of the blood, and that only by
purifying the blood can good health be secured.
Is this true? Let ns see. The blood gets im
pure because it is sluggish. How does a stream
get impure, with green scum and poisons on
the top? Simply because it doesn't run. A
running stream Is not impure, but a stagnant
or sluggish stream always is. If, therefore, you
would keep your blood pure, «eep it moUng,
keep it throbbing. The moment it begins to
be sluggish, it will begin to be impure, and you
will feel the effects in tired, weak feelings, de
pressed emotions, and a thousand and one
troubles which always follow. The proper
way to keep the blood stirring is by the use
of a pure stimulant, In moderation, stimulate
it gently, and it will keep in constant, healthy
motion, and good health will follow. There is
but one way in which this can be done, ana
that is by the use of the purest aud best stimu
lant you can find, preferably whiskey, and
there is but one absolutely pure, medicinal
whiskey known to the world, and that is
DunVs Pure Malt. Scientists admit this, the
doctors all confirm it. It is more generally
used today than any other whiskey which the
world has ever seen, and it is popular only
through its merit. Do not let any druggist or
grocer deceive you by saying they have some
thing ' just as good," "something they can
recommend," etc. When any dealer says this,
he has an interested motive, which usually is,
to sell you something cheap and inferior, on
which he can make more money. Do not be so
Arrowhead Hot Springs.
A mountain health and pleasure resort.
Elevation 2000 feet: pure air and water, min
eral springs, mud baths, unexcelled in their
curative qualities; resident physician. Hotel
elegantly appointed; every modern conven
ience, incandescent electric lights in every
room. Six miles from San Bernardino Dally
mail and stage. Reasonable rates. New and
liberal management. For particulars, call on
or address Stanton A Van Alstine, lessees. 11l
South Broadway, or W. W. Beach, manager,
Ring; up Telephone 468 for
John Wieland and Fredericksburg
and you will get the very Best. Also try
8. F. Double Extra Brown Stout,
superior to Dublin stout or London Porter.
Jacob Adloff, Agent.
Junction North Main and Chavez street!,
P. O. Box 1231, Station C.
Our Home Brew.
Maler A Zoebleln's Lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly In bottles or kegs
Otnce&nd Brewery. 444 Allso st. Telephone 91.
California Vinegar Works,
555 Banning street, opposite soap factory,
near Alameda and First streets, one-half block
from electric light works.
The Eintracht, 168 N. Spring; Street,
Is the place to get the Anheuser-Busch St.
Louis Beer on draught. Ring up telephone
467 or 316 for the celebrated bottled beer.
Best and cheapest in market
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica.
Is now or en for the tourists' season.
boy baby. Apply to MRS. DR. J. H.
SMITH", 787 Bellevueave. 5-6 3t
ERSONAL—SILvERCOIN,THE VERY BEST
Southern California extra flour, $1.35;
brown sugar, 20 lbs. $1.00; white sugar, 17 lbs.
$1.00; coal oil, 80c; gasoline, 85c: family lard,
8c; 4 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans Alaska sal
mon, 25c; 3 cans Ohio sweet corn, 25c; 1 gal
lon Golden syrup, 30c: crushed Java, 20c.
"RIGHT PLACE BTOREB," 901 and 903 E.
First and 100 to 106 N. Vignes St. 3-13 tf
MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, BPECIALTY, MlL
wifery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue aye. Calls promptly at
tended to m 2» tt
PROF. STEARNS, THE OLDEST ABTROLO
-g<;r in the State, is at 423 S. Spring St.
ERSONAL—MEDIUM, 236% 8. SPRING ST.
Mrs. M. E. Weeks-Wright. 4 19 tf
KNOW THY FATE-MADAM CARMELO,
the wonderful clairvoyant and card
reader. Tells your entire life. Valuable advice
on business, love, etc. Office hours, 10 to 5 and
7to 9. No. 550 South Hill, near Sixth, first
"TT'CONOMIC"—FRESH ROASTED COFFEE
J2j from our new Giant coffee roaster. Java
and Mocha, 35c lb; other grades, 30c, 25c:
sugars, brown. 23 lbs forsl; white, 17 lbssl;
germea, 20c; 6 lbs rolled oats, 25c: 4 lbs rice,
25c;?5 lbs|flaked hominy, 25c; 3 pkts starch,
25c; 4 cans sardines, 25c; 3 cans asparagus,
25c; gallon cans apples, 20c; 13 lbs navy beans,
25c; 5 lbs layer raisins, 25c; 3 lbs prunes, 25c;
can devilled ham, sc: 6 cakes pure glycerine
soap, 25c; sack flour. $1 and $1.m5; hams, 13c;
bacon, 12c; pork, 10c. "Economic" Stores,
305 S. Spring St.
ERSONAL — RALPHS BROS - GOLD BAR
Flour, $1.35; City Flour, $1.00; BrsVn
Sugar, 20 lbs $1; White Sugar, 17 lbs $l.O0;
4 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans salmon, 25c; 50
bars Soap, $1; eastern Gasoline, 85c, and Coal
011,85 c; 2 lbs Corned Beef, 15c; Pork, 10c;
Lard, 10 lbs, 85c; 5 lbs, 45c. 601 S. Spring St.,
cor Sixth. 12-2 tf
PERSONAL — MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOY
ant; consultations on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading,
etc. Take Spring and Washington-st, car to
Vermont aye., go south to Vine St., second
nouse from Vermont aye. 1-27-tf
PIANO LESSONS 25 CENTS EACH;
German method; experienced teacher; col
lege training. X Box 50, Herald. 4-13-lm.
DITAR TADGHT BY PROF. ARKVALO;
modern school; most rapid and easiest
method. Studio, room 16, old Wilson block.
M. FORAN, LATE MEMBER OF THE
Court Opera of Berlin, Metropolitan Opera
House, N. V., etc. Voice culture for Opera,
Oratorio and Concert. Pure School of Ballad
Singing taught. Complete Vocal and Dramatic
Instruction from beginning to an artistic finish.
Studio: Potomac Block. 4-8 lm
qpHK LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
JL (Incorporated) and Southern California Col
lege of Law, 144 S. Main st Write for cata-
8-16 91 1 yr
TEACHERS' CLASS PREPARING FOR
county examination. Positions for gov
ernesses and teachers. 120% S. Spring
LTJDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts, V.M.C.A. building. 7-8 tf
WOODBURY BUBINESB COLLEGE
SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEN
845 8. Spring st, Los Angelea, Oal,
The leading commercial school of Southern
California. Day and evening sessions.
For catalogue call at the college, or address
HOUGH, FELKER A WILSON,
7-5 3m Proprietors.
to wear artificial teeth; but if they fit well,
are a very good substitute for the natural ones.
But if they do not fit well, sre a great annoy
ance. DR. BRIBTOR, 130% 8. Spring street, is
specialist on false teeth. It will cost nothing
to consult him, and he may put you on the
track of getting comfort from them. 5-6 It
T» G. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, NO. 131
tt. N. Spring st, rooms 1 and 8, FhlUlpa
block, Los Angelea, Cal. mlstl
DR. TJRMY, DENTIST—OFFICE REMOVED
to 124% South Spring street. All opera
tions guaranteed perfect at greatly reduce!
prices. Extracting and filling without pain.
FR. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, RE
. moved to California Bank building, cor.
Second and Broadway, rooms 1-2. 4-14 tf
IW. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
Jt sts., Wilson block; take elevator; teeth
filled end extracted without pain a specialty.
R. TUCKER, DENTIST—OFFICE, NO. 120%
B. Spring St. 11-25-tf
R. Q. KNEPPER, DENTIST, NO. 126 W
First at, old Wilson block. 5-31 tf
DR. TOLHURST, DENTIST, 108% N. SPRING
St., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Painless extracting
T V. HANNON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
f J • Room 13 Temple block, Los Angeles, Cal.
5 3 tf
K. TRABK, ATTORNEY AT? LAW,
• Fulton blk, 207 New High st, Los Angeies.
j_ 1-16 tf
T MARION BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE:
rj • Bourns 28, 29. 30 and 31, Fulton block,
near courthouse, New High at Telephone
981. 8-11 tf
Tjje LQS ANGELES HERALD; FBIDAY MORNING. MAY 6, 1892.
AND OTHER CLASSIFIED IDS.
Will be inserted In the columns of the DAILY
Bo per line per day,
91 per line per month.
Special rates for a longer period.
£tV~- persons wanting situations, help, or
who wish to rent, buy or sell property, will do
well to advejtise in these columns.
position in store for all round work. Ref
erences or security given. K. X., Box 20, this
office. 8-6 3t
WANTED— 3ITUATION AS BOOKKEEPER
or salesman. References given. Address
X . P. O. Box 886, Los Angeles. 0 3 4t
ANTED-POSITION AS STENOGRAPHER.
References exchanged. AddressG. R. A.,
Box 20, this office. 5-1 6t
ing Age." Apply at office of publication,
Commercial Printing Home, 137 S. Broadway.
WANTED— A GOOD NEWBPAPER CAR
rler; must have a horse and cart.
CHRONICLE OFFICE, 114 W. First. 5-5 2t
WANTED-A SALESLADY. APPLY TO
MEYBURG BROS., Crystal Palace. 5-5 3t
ANTED-ALL NEEDING HELP FREE—
Employment or any Information, address
B. NITTINGER'S BUREAU; established 1880
Office, 319 X 8. Spring; residence, 451 8. Hose
st., cor. Fifth, Los Angelee, Cal. Telephone 118.
boot-black, Hollenbeck Hotel. «4 27 lm
WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME, CHBAP
est place at BURNS', 256 8. Main It
lADAMI ADAM CLEMENTS, HEREBY GIVE NO
-. tice to all persona that my wife, Lena Clem
ents, has abandoned me, unjustifiably, and I
will not be responsible for or pay any debts
contracted by her, and warn all persons not to
trust her, relying upon my liability for her
support. ADAM CLEMENTS. 5-4 3t
IJARTIES DESIRING NICE OFFICE ROOMS,
public hall, or nice residence lots at a very
low figure, located in center of oity, call at
Room 1, up stairs, Grand Opera House build
ing. 4-24 lm
TJ. CUDDY, GENERAL COMMISSION
• Agent. Real estate and loans. Will ne
gotiate loans, rent houses, manage property,
make collections, pay taxes, etc. References:
Banks or business men of the c.ty. No. 201 N.
Main st,, Los Angeles, Cal. 4-19 lm
RS. DR. HUTCHE3ON, MAGNETIC HEAL
er. Eajjj 8. Spring st. 4-10 lm
LOS ANGELES FLORAL STORK—CUT FLOW
ers, bouquets and plants. 128 W. Second St.,
Los Angeles, CaL 3—12-tf
rpHE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC CURE
_L Is the greatest discovery made within the
last 100 years in patent medicines. For Bate
by all leading druggist! 10-17 91 I2m
OTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Company will strictly enforce tho follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling mo 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 S3 will be
charged before water will betnrned on again.
doing a good business: good location. For
j particulars, see C. H. HALL, this office. 5-6 it
t3OR~SALE—IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY,
1 Cal., at a very low figure, a good hotel in
the country: no fogs; no sickness; an increas
ing respectable trade fills the house to its
limit: extension and livery addition necessary:
present proprietor retiring. J. H. RICHARDS,
Room 6,102 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
FOR SALE OR TO RENT—THE SOUTH
Pasadena hotel and [about :4 acres of im
proved land. This property is situated six
miles from Lob Angeles, in the city of South
Pasadena, opposite the Santa Fe depot. The
hotel contains 40 sleeping rooms, and: is piped
throughout for gas and hot and cold water and
fitted with electric bells. There aro 120 orange
44 apricot, 52 peach, 17 nectarine, 5 quince, 8
almond, 37 apple, 3 pear, 6 plum, 8 prune, 3
tig and 6 loquat trees, and a small vineyard, to
gether with a beautiful garden of flowers and
shrubs. For further particulars address or in
quire o DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 N. Marengo
aye., Pasadena. Cal. 6-26 12m
all modern conveniences. Apply 1055 S.
Pearl street. 5-6 7t
|*OR RENT — 6-ROOM COTTAGE, WITH
I lawn, trees, corrals, unfurnished; also,
new 8-room house, furnished, 100 feet from
Maple aye. car. 414 E. Twenty-third st 5-3 4t
OR RENT —HOUSEB ALL OVER THE CI IV.
C. A. Sumner A Co., 107 8. Broadway.
4 12 tf
nished. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Allso
and Los Angeles sts. S-l lm
FOR RENT - A FINE WAREHOUSE AT
Wiaeburn station, on wide gauge Sania Fe
R. R., 12 miles from Los Angeles; capacity
100,000 sacks; new, clean and no weevil; good
scales; fine point for shipping barley; usually
from 100 to 150,000 sacks o< barley handled
at this warehouse annually; would give long
' lease, Apply to X D. WliE, North Main
LOST AND FOUND.
year-old brown mare, and light bay filly
colt 6 weeks old, strayed or stolen April 29th
from Enterprise Dairy, Boyle Heights. G. E.
PLATT. Station B, L. A. 5 6 4t
OST—BROWN LEATHER PURSE WITH
silver clasp, on Main, near Second and
Broadway,containing paper signed H, H. Field.
Reward for return to this office. 4-3
lOSTI OST—MONDAY, MAY 2D, A BAY~ MARE,
j white spot on forehead, long hair on fet
locks. Suitable reward paid if returned to 275
San Pedro st. M. TQMICH. 54 tf
JO. JUDSON A CO.'S KXCURSIONiTzAST
• every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston
Manager in charge. Office, 212 3. Spring et.
1 f\ V ERLAND EXCUSE
MS fm \ / sions for the East every
SrffßtftTO Tuesday via Denver and
H»!IUU)II Rio Grande R. R. and Bur-
XBEjMII lington Route. Tourist
I sleeping oars,
IllllrJfl T. H. DUZAN,
kUsMMSLmm 204 H. Spring st.,
■SSIWMW Los Angeles, Cal.
4-1 3m '
AM N. OSBORNE, LIFE INSURANCK AND
Atlantic Steamship Agency, No. 227 W.
First st. Tickets to and from all points in
Great Britain and Europe; lowest rates.
IMPROVED EXCURSION CAR SERVICE;
the Santa Fe route, shortest through car line
to the east; daily through trains to Chicago;
special family toorist Bleeping car excursions
for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and New
Yo'.'k personally attended through to Boston by
Santa Fe excursion conductors. For cheapest
tickets and full information apply to any agent
Southern California By, and City Ticket Office
Santa Fe Rouie, 129 N. Spring Bt„ Los Angeles.
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock
Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday
Personally conducted through to Chicago and
Boston. Ofr.cc No. 131- South Spring St. lif
HONOLULU TOURS-HUGH B. RICK, BPE
cial agent Oceanic S. 8. Co. Office: 124
W. Second st; P.O. Box 1671. 12-4 ti
HAMM'S RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP
Ticket Agency, 115 8. Spring St., in front
of the Wieland. Railroad tickets bought, Bold
and exchanged. 9-22 91 lyr
PIONEER HOUi-E MOVING CO.-OFFICE,
Room 27 Newell block. 4-21 3m
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
our and asphalt paving. 227 W. First Bt.
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
block. Tel. 347. hot Angeles. 11-22-tf
G"~RAND OPERA HOUSE.
Under the direction of Al Hitman,
McLai* 6 Uh* an, Managers,
* AGNES HUNTINGTON*
OPERA COMIQUB COMPANY.
A PRONOUNCED HIT
LAST THREE PERFORMANCES,
Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday
CAPTAIN THERESE !
SEVENTH AND ALAMEDA STREETS.
OALIFORNIA LEAGUE BASEBALL,
At Athletic Park, Seventh and Alameda streets,
two Dlocks south of Southern Pacific Depot.
LOS ANGELEB VS. OAKLAND.
MAY sth, 6tb, 7th and sth.
Game called at 3 p. m. week days; 2:30
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Take the Electric Cars.
KW VIENNA BUFFET,
114 and 116 Court street.
F. Kibkow, Proprietor.
Family Entrance. Family Departments
FREE REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND
Every evening from 8 to 12 o'clock.
This week, appearance of
MISS ANNIE ASHLEY,
MR. CHAS. VAN,
MISS ALICE EVANS,
MR. J. LEONARD,
And the New Vienna Buffet Orchestra.
MISS THERESE KEHRMANN, - Directress.
FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m., and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A LA CARTE AT ALL HOURS.
The only place for Imported Bavarian beers
on draught and Berlin Weiss Beer; also temp's
Extra Pale and Buffalo. 4-8 lm
j BATH HOUSES! j
Hot Salt Water Baths Every Day in
PRICE FOR BATHS, 25 CENTS.
BARGAINS IN ItKAL ESTATE.
IpOR SALE—FINE FRUIT LAND UNUER
' dftch, $25 per acre. Address P., box 50,
this office. 5-6 St
OR SALE—SSO CABH AND $100 IN 6 AND
12 months buys a fine building lot close
in. Call 130 8. Spring St., room 7. 5-5 2t
OR SALE—A FIVE-ACRE TRACT WITH A
2-story house, hard finished, windmill,
etc., in the city limits; very suitable location,
at a very low price; call soon. L.SCHMIDT,
Room 48, Phillips block. 5-5 3t
ACRES OF SPLENDID MOIST LAND,
IDU on Hue of 8. P. R R.; 3 wells on place;
suitable for anr kind of fruit: only $50 per
acre. T. J. CUDDY & CO., Main and Market,
opp. U. 8. Hotel. 5-5 tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—TWO UNBUR
veyed government claims, seventy acres im
proved; also lor sale a lot of machinery. Will
trade for good city property. A bargain is of
fered here Will be included thirty head of cat
tle, seven horses, wagons, buggies and 75 stands
of bees. A complete plant for a farmer; plenty
of timber and water. Address P. COLEMAN,
Redondo, Cal. 5-2 7t
I~Sor Sale—lB,ooo acres of land, hard
* emsn Co., Texas, on Pease river; price, 10.00
per acre; S2 00 cash, balance exchange for other
property. T. J. CUDDY, commission agent, opp.
U. 8. hotel. Market and Mam sts.
OR SALE—I9OO; JlOO CASH, BALANCE
monthly payments, s-rooni Jjouse, Lerov,
near Main. M. P. BNYDER, 139 8. Broad
way. 4-10 lm
OR BALE-I HAVE SOMETHING THAT
you want; if you wish a home in Los An
geles city, call and I will take you to it; I am
not dead. CHAS. VICTOR H ALL, 223 West
First street. 4-8 lm
OR SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
sale and exchange with CHAS. VICTOR
HALL, 213 West First st. 4-*< lm
FOR SALE-CFTY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE—ONLY $1100-6 ROOM HOUSE;
lot 50x200; large walnut shade trees, ce
ment wal lis, etc.; 5 minutes'* walk to electric
cars. This is very cheap. T. J. CUDDY & CO.,
Main and Market, opp. U. 3. Hotel. 5-5 tf
OR SALE—A BARGAIN—HOUSE, EIGHT
rooms, closet, bath, hot and cold water;
well of excellent water; windmill and tank:
lawn, flowers, graded streets, cement sidewalks;
lot 53x170 feet. This property is a bargain; it
must be sold at once; price $3500. T. J.
CUDDY & CO., Main and Market, opp. U. 8,
Hotel. 5 5 tf
~~ BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
77X210 FEET, B.W. CORNER OF WABHING-
I i ton and Oak sts.; elegant shade and orna
mental trees, streets graded, cement sidewalks,
etc.; only $4000.
Also, 71x315 feet on Washington Btreet, near
Hoover; price, $30 per foot
The above lots are in the most beautiful sec
tion of the city; electric and horse car lines to
the property, and is a rare opportunity to buy
charming residence property at a very low
price. If not sold soon It will be withdrawn
from sale. T. J. CUDDY, sole agent, 201 N.
Main, opp. U. S. hotel.
4£lA (UUi— KOR SALE—S3 FEET N. SIDE
3pIU.V/vU of Second, near Broadway, part
r»fk FEET ON W. SIDE OF SPRING, BELOW
ZX) Fifth; very cheap.
tffcQr'AA —BEAUTIFUL MODERN NINE
epOOvU room house; lot 53x164 feet to 20-tt.
alley; lawn, flowers, etc.: big barn; on Maple,
below 21st street; terms 10 suit.
Car AAA—A BEAUTIFUL HOME ON HILL
3pO""" st, near Tenth; modern 8-room
house, bath, closet*, etc., large and commo
dious barn, fronting alley, ah for $5000.
flfcl K(\fi~ HOUSE OF 4 ROOMB AND 50
-910UU foot lot on Melvln St., near cable
cars; will sell or trade.
a&TAAA—TWO ACRES ON SAN PEDRO ST.,
JpIUUV on line of Tenth; only $7000; this
is a bargain.
d&1 Klin - HOUSE AND LARGE LOT ON N.
3Pi«W" Walnut St.; newly built, modern
house; grounds beautified; will trade for
country land. Apply to
T. J. CUDDY,
Cor. Market and Main Bts.. op. U. 8. Hotel.
FOR SALE-COUNTRY PROPERTY.
Sprague, Washington, 4 being business
property. The city of Sprague has the N. P.
machine shops and other factories located there,
employing a great number of men, and is one of
the best cities in Washington. Price, $5000;
title perfect. Will exchange for Los Angeles
property. T. J. CUDDY, agent, 201 N. Main st.
«/»7 ACRES OCANGE WALNUT OR AL-
I falfa land with splendid water right.
Now has crop beautliul corn, 1 mile from S. P.
R. R.; in best portion of the country; only $60
per acre. Will take half of price in city prop
40 acres of beautiful level land on extension
of Adams St., only $200 per acre.
T. J. CUDDY,
5 1 Market and Main sts., opp. U. 8. Hotel.
corner ot F and Twelfth sts , Pico Heights.
(OR SALE — FINEST THOROUGHBREn
t white leghorn eggs, 75c per sitting. 1537
Winfleld st. 5-6 :st
DYERS AND FINISHERS.
OTICE—A. LORRAIN, PROPRIETOITOF
the City Steam Dyeing and Cleaning works
and office have removed to 343 8. Broadway.
All work guaranteed free fiom spots and
streaks. 4-21 lm
PARISIAN DYE-WORKS, 274 8. MAIN
itreet. Best dyeing in the oity. 1-13 tf
ETKOPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKS,
241 Franklin at FLin dyeing and clean
cular distributors, 126 S. Spring St.; tel.
477. 5-5 tf
TN ACCORDANCE WITH A RESOLUTION
JL adopted on the 30th day of April, 1892, by the
Democratic County Central Committee, of Log
Angeles County, a primary election Is hereby
ordered to be held by the Democratic voters ol
said county on
SATURDAY, MAY 7TH, 1892,
Polls to be open from 1 to 5 o'clock p. ra., ia
the city precincts, and from 12 to 4 p m. in the
county precincts, to select delegates to the
Democratic County convention, to convene at
Turn Verein Hall, on South Spring street, on
Tuesday, May 10th, 1892, to eleot 43 delegates
to a State convention, to be held in the city of
Fresno, on tho 17th day of May. 1892, for the
purpose of electing delegates to the Democratic
National convention, to be held in the city of
Chicago, on the day of June, 1892; said
county convention shall be composed of 305
. Th ,e hasis of represen tatlon to said convention
snail be as follows: One delegate for each pre-
r n< sl a n d one delegate for each fifty votes cast
for K. B. Pond for governor In iB9O, and one
delegate for each fraction of twenty five votes
or more over fifty.
The qualification required of voters in addi
tion 10 those prescribed by law, shall be: Will
yon support the Democratic nominee for Presi
dent of the United States? The following poll
ing places and election boards have been se
lected, and the number of delegates to each
ward or precinct, set forth as follows, to-wit:
w A S?" R ' S°: ot delegates 4-D. A. Bhaw, J. H.
McNish, Volney Metcalf. Voting place, Atusa
Alhambra, No. of delegates 2-T. L, Klnner,
H 1.. Ward, K. McKees. Voting place. C. T.
Artosia. No. of delegates 2—J, B. Courtney,
Wm. Sackett, Mr. Hungerford. Voting place,
Acton, No. of delegates I—L. F. Clalk, W. E.
Jones, S. D. Devall. Voting place, school house.
Burbank, No. of delegates 2—John Dowllng,
8. White, Jno. McClure. Voting place, school
Claremont, No. of delegates 1-0. w Mc-
Clarey, C. H. Wright, A. Thompson. Voting
Centinella, No. of delegates 2—P. C. Alexan
der. Eugene Torry, Wm. Robinson. Voting
place, Land Company's office".
Calabssas, No. of delegates 2—J. C. Jjams, H.
Branseomb, J. Cormaokle. Votlug place,
Compton, No. of delegates 2—E. Stevens,
Wm. Gains, Lee Rice. Voting place, Stevens &
Catalina, No. of delegates I—Beaton Eddy, A.
W. McDonald, J. Matter. Voting place, Hotel
Clearwater, No. of delegates I—B. B. Lane,
Ben Walker, Dr. Hill. Voting place, school
Cerritos, No. of delegates 2—J. Andrews. An
drew Lewis, W. J. bchrode. Voting place,
Cahuenga, No. of delegates 2—J. W. Mitchell,
Dennis Sullivan, J. B. Rapp. Voting place,
Covina, No. of delegates 2—W. R. Barber, W.
H. Adams, J. R. Hodges. Voting place, W. R.
Duarte, No. of delegates 2—Capt Fowler, J
Shephaid, Mr Barnes. Voting place, Barnes'
Downey, No, of delegates 5—M D Crawford,
jr., Daniel P Kendrick. Voting place, school
El Monte, No. of delegates 4—B W Hall, I A
McGirk, W Donohue. Voting place, Bell's
Electric, No. of delegates 2-H Gilbert, Jno
Lang, Bosbyshell. Voting place, Henderson's
store, D street.
Enterprise, No. of delegates 2—Omni Bnllis,
J A Nichols, W H Craig. Voting place, school
Esperanza, No. of delegates 2—Baxter Hanna,
J C Hanna, H bonosen. Voting place, school
Elizabeth Lake, No. of delegates I—Frank
Faaekes, James Hefner, L Mayet. Voting place,
Ftnndale, No. of delegates I—W F Henning,
T H Sappington, B Fellows. Voting place, Five
Florence, No. of delegates 3—W P Ramsaur,
JG Belien, J W Nickerson. Voting place,
FTuitland, No. of delegates I—Wm Angell,
Ben Calling, J 3 Bell. Voting place, school
Fairmount, No. of delegates I—■ B Turpin,
J Thompson, U Schell. Voting place, Guthrie
Glendora, No. of delegates 2—J W Reiser, W
B Cullen, A E Engelhardt, Voting place, J W
Glendale, No of delegates 2—Robert Devine,
Wilbur McMaster, A Glassell, jr. Voting place,
J w Cook's residence, Tropico.
Garvanza, No. of delegates 2—A W Potts, L
M Corwin, Robt Stewart. Voting place, Stock
Knolls, No. of delegates I—P Avlla, Ben!
Franklin, T Billings. Voting place, T Billings'
Lamanda. No. of delegates I—J B Wilson, M
Rickard, Mr Butler. Voting place, Wilson's
La Ballona, No. of delegates 3—Anderson
Rose, S Valdez, J D Machado. Voting place,
La Dow, No. ol delegates I—Steve La Dow, P
McAuamry, M Green. Voting place, school
Los Vlrglnes, No. of delegates I—V Botllller,
Frank Reyes, Geo Bussel. Voting place, school
Lugo, No. of delegates 2—C A Lugo, Harms
Abbott, T M Neece. Voting place, Geo Hinds'
Lonlsbarg, No. of delegates 2—JD Palomares,
L Bixby, J Nye. Voting place, Nye's printing
Long Beach, No. of delegates 2—W a Clark,
E Keuefleld, A B Boswell. Voting place, city
Los Nletos, No. of delegates 2—B Guirado,
Max Swede, Frank Sanchez. Voting place,
La Liebre, No. of delegates I—J A Corvert, P
M Hughes, Thos Gentry. Voting place, school
La uanada.JNo. of delegates 2—J McArthur,
George luglehardt, JIM Spencer. Voting
Lancaster, No. of delegates I—E V Carnmer,
J P Ward, Ben Bcheerer. Voting place,
Langs, No. of delegates I—J B Lang, J J Lang,
JF Mitchell. Voting place, Lang's residence.
Llano, No. of delegates I—John Carter, Henry
Carter, L C Tilghman. Voting place, Llano
Lankershim, No. of delegates I—Geo B Key,
W Gilbert, Mr McGirk. Voting place school-
Monrovia, No. of delegates 2—L Barnes, P
Seymour, R H Mulally. Voting place Judge
Monte Vista, No. of delegates 2—J B Schock,
W Parish, P Hlgglns. Voting place school -
Norwalk, No. of delegates 3—Al Pepon, Jack
McGaugh, Mr. Buttle.* Voting place Norwalk
National, No. of delegates 2— Captain Gray.
Newhall, No. of delegates 2— W N Forker,
Matt McCormick, Sam Smith. Voting place
Old Mission, No. of delegates 2—George Mc-
Calge, D C Dean, James Baccy Voting place
Pasadena (city), No. of delegates 10—L C
Winston, Webster Watklns, 8 Palmatte. Vot
ing place No 14 West Colorado street.
Pasadena (North), No. of delegates 2—John
S Simmons, S M Cook, James Blair. Voting
Pasadena (South), No. of delegates 2—J P
Early, Lee Moody, W H Eaton. Voting place,
Pomona, north of railroad, No. of delegates
4— J R Garthßide, A E Clark, C L Loud. Voting
place, Central schoolhouse.
Pomona, south of railroad, No. of delegates
5— Ell irk leu, Dr R F Burr, A B Caldwell.
Voting place, city hall.
Palmdale, No. of delegates 2—John Munz,
John D Speck, J W Waakyns. Voting place,
Rowland, No. of delegates 2—J P Edwards,
Jonn Deltzel, Thos Rowland. Voting place,
Redondo and Ocean, formerly Chautauqua,
No. of delegates, 4—L House, P J Bolan, W B
Taney. Voting place, brick block.
Rosedale, No. o* delegates 3—W T Jordan,
George Booth, J N Voss. Voting place, NW
corner New Hampshire and Washington
st rt' o \ s
Rivera, No. of delegates 4—P G McGauth, H
L Montgomery, F Ooffman. Voting place,
Sierra Madre, No. of delegates I—L E Steiu
berger, C N Miner, W B Crisp. Voting place,
Spadra, No. of delegates 2—T M Fryer, 8 E
Arnett, X H Dorsey. Voting place, school
Ban Gabriel, No. of delegates 2—E H Jones,
W T Slack, George Smith. Voting place, jus
San Antonio, No. of delegates 2—B A Lugo,
William Sex, John Bains. Voting place, school
San Vicente, No. of delegates 2—Walter Mc-
Grath, M Decker, X C Newton. Voting, place,
Grimmlnger's pavilion. _
Santa Monica, No. of delegates 4—H Bagg, H
E Bollet, J C Stee.e. Voting place, engine
San Pedro, No. of delegates 3—H D Williams,
Joseph Weldt, Ira Pierce. Voting place, A
Santa Susana, No.-of delegates I—B D New
bill, Ramonag Gereonis, J Montgomery. Voting
place, school house.
San Fernando, No. of delegates 2—J Harps, P
Lopez, Glen Wallace. Voting place, Harp's
Tejungs, No of delegates 1-J Hutchlns, 8 H
Watts, John Comstock. Voting place, school
University, No. of delegates 3—Wm Dryden,
N A Covarubbias, W H Webber. Voting place,
Vernon, No. of delegates 4—J J Moore, R
Blsbee, Leslie Randall. Voting place, Vernon
school bouse. nan unt Oeo
Whittier. No. ot delegates 2-8 P Lane, ueo
Isabel. Ell King. Voting pl»c». Landretn
No. of delegate. 3-H C*Ji ;
M Hahan. William Bryant. Voting plaoe '
LOS ANOKI.II CHY.
First Ward, No. of deleg*tea, 18- J Hjn'ey.
Wm Hughes, Mclntyre. Voting place, corner
Truman and Downey avenue. „
Second waid. No. of delegates, 26-M I sn>
der, J D Schleck, W Milligan. Voting place,
Thira W w?rS h No. of delegates, 22-Thos Dona
hue, Henry P Wilson, Dr John Crawford, vot
ing pises, southwest corner Fifth and Spring.
Fourth ward. No. of delegates, 14—M Morris,
Conrad Jacoby, M W Coukllng. Voting place,
Ninth-street engine bouse. „
Fifth ward, No. of delegates, 7—J C Kayes, J
W Harcourt, Dan Kuhart. Voting place, cor
ner Figueroa and Washington streets.
Sixth ward. No. of delegates 8-W X Fitzger
ald, John Webber, J L Van Avery. Voting
place, corner Main and Washington.
Seventh Ward, No. of delegates 22—Frank
Weltzel, Thos Dmnorlv, J J Donovan. Voting
plaoe corner Fifth and Regent. \ •'
Kighth Ward, No. of delegates 26-Henry
King, Thos Savage. C G Roberts. Voting plaoe
corner Arcadia and Sanchez streets.
Ninth Ward, No. of delegates 10—M T Collins,
E R Threlkeld, E Kyraud. Voting place engine
After counting the voles, which shall be done
immediately after closing the foils, and with
out intermission, and after signing the lists the
judges must cause the ballots and a certificate
showing the vote of each oandidate and one
copy of the list to be sealed in a strong en velope
and to be'dellvered to the secretary of the sec
retary of the Democratic county committee
forthwith. The s»id secretary of said county
central committee shall keep such ballots in
tact, together with said lists and certificates,
closely In his custody until the assembling of
tbe said county convention referred to.
Wherever officers of election have not been
appointed in any precinct, the Democrats of
said precincts are hereby authorised and em-
Sowered to hold their primary aud send their
elegates to the convention with proper cre
J. DkBARVI BBORB,
Chairman Los Angelea Democratic central
Martin C. Mahsu, Secretary.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY-LOANS MONEY
in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collators 1 security, ou pianos with
out removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property of
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc, in
warehouses; partial payments received, money
without delay; private offices for consultation;
will call if desired. W. E. DkGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2,3 and 4, No. 114 b. Spring at., oppoal o
Nadeau hotel 7-29 tf
TO LOAN AT S, G. LUKT'r!
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGKNUV,
827 W. Second St., Adjoining Herald offlua
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Francisco. ■ jnl tf
PER CENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN.
Rooms, California Bank building. 2-16 tf
ONEY TO LOAN—
On mortgages; city property a specialty.
MAIN-STREET SAVINGS BANK,
1-29 tf 426 Bo Main.
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DlA
monds, watches, jewelry, pianos, seal
skins, live stock, carriages, blcyolos end all
kinds of poraoMal and collateral security. LEE
BROS., 403 8. Spring. nUB-tf
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of Inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 8. Main et
THE IMPORTED SHIRK STALLION "PREB
-ent King" will stand for a limited number
of mares, besides those of his ownera, 'or the
searon of 1892, at the San Bafael Ranch, Gar
vanza, Cal. "Present King" was foaled in
1886 in Nottinghamshire, England, and took
several prizes at fairs in that country, one
amongst them being tbe first prize aa a foal .
at the Scottershow in 1886. He waa brought
to the United States in 1888, and has only
been exhibited once, when he took the first
premium at the Los Angeles fair of 1889. He
stands 1« hands; is black with white spot on
forehead: weight about 1800 pounda, He la
entered in the Engliah and American Shire
Horse Btud Books, and his pedigree includea a
long list of prize winners. He la a very sure
foal-getter, and a large band of his foals can be
seen on ranch. Terms; $25 for the season, or
$10 for single leap, payable at time of service:
mares taken at their ownera' riak: the usual
return privileges. For pedigree and further
particulars, anply to C. B. CAMPBELL-JOHN
STON, San Rafael Ranch, Garvanza, Cal.
DR. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
surgeon to the New York hospital. 175 N.
Spring st. Tel. 73. Residence, 507 W. Adams
atreet. 12-9 6m
MRS. DR. WELLS REMOVED TO HER
brick block, 127 E. Third at., bet Main
and Los Angelea; diseases of women, nervous,
rectal, sterility and genitourinary diseases
also electro therapeutics; hours, 10 to 4.
R. 0. EDGAtt SMITH.
FEMALE AND RECTAL DISEASES
A specialty. Piles cured in from live to fif
teen days without the knife or detention from
business. Office, corner Main and Seventh sts.,
Robarts block. Tel. 1031. 0-11 tf
EBBOOA LEE DORSEY, M. D. OFFICE
No. 107% N.Maln at. Special attention given
to obstetrics, diseases of women, especially
nervous troubles and diseases of children.
Hours 9to 11 a. m. and 3t04 v. m Telephone
513. , Inß-f
TV ACHE A CO., SUCCESSORS TO VAOHB
• Freres A Co., wholesale dealers in winea
and liquors. Depot for the celebrated brands
of Brookside Vineyard. Cor. Commercial and
Alameda sts., Loa Angeles, Cal. Telephone 309.
Extra Zlnfaudel and Riesling at 50c por gallon
MANN A AC HINE AND
blacksmith shop; iron and brass casting,
tools, models, patterns, pulleys, shifting,
hangers, etc.; general repairing. Agents for
Best 1 s gas engine. Telephone, 902. No. 534
R Los Angeles st . Los Angeles. Cal. 3-25 4m
lished for the past 10 ytara in Los Angelee.
Room 10 (second floor), Ferret block, corner
Spring and Third sts. 3-3 ly
pany of Loa Angelea, N. W. oor. Franklin
and fJ sw High stmata ml7tf
You won't know what you have missed on
.your trip to California. The very best part)
it; the most beautiful views; something that
you would never forget if you have any eye foi
beauty, if you stay away from Redlands. You
can only see it and get the full benefit of it by
taking a drive over the hills; at the same time
you will see the one place where the orangea
were not hurt with frost this winter; where
you can now got the finest oranges in Califor
nia. The only spot where you would like,
above all others, to have a winter home.
As I am constantly throwing money at these
printers to invite you to call and allow me the
privilege of showing you the beauties of the
place, you should certainly have no hesitation
in doing it. A full lisl of property for aale, if
you care to look at it. Prlcea are still lower
than any other place in California, with aa
many advantages for growing orangea and
T. H. BHARPLEB9.
Agent for Redlanda Real Estate,
1-19 6m state it, near Hotel Windsor.