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niKXKSDAY, MAY «5, lf*9B.
The question of supplying the hills
-with water hag undoubtedly reached the
acute stage. When it comes to the
liability of seeing our whole hill city
swept away it ia necessary to do scan.-"
thing effectual. - **** 1
The sentiment in favor of a joint city
and county government in Los Angeles
ia steadily growing. Tbe taxpayer
would do well to keep bia eye on this
matter, and inaugurate a quiet crusade
for dual offices which would involve only
The attendance at onr seaside resorts
bids fair to be notably large this year.
At Santa Monica and Redondo it is
much greater than last year, while Santa
Catalina proves fair to be a rushing
favorite. The number of buildings
which are going up at Santa Monica is
altogether out of the common.
As the day approaches for the as
sembling of the Minneapolis convention
the name of James G. Blame is being
beard very frequently. Fortunately for
a long suffering and puzzled community
it ia only two weeks till that body as
sembles. During the interim there is
time for at least two letters of declina
tion from the Plumed Knight.
We are Bgain being treated to the
venerable chestnut of the candidacy of
Col. W. R. Morrison for president at the
Chicago convention. That gentleman
is now supposed to be doing good ser
vice as the head of the interstate com
merce commission. It is exceedingly
probable that he will be allowed to re
main in that position.
The crops are turning out much better
than was expected. This is true of all
portions of the country. The last rains
have done incalculable good. This in
noticeably the case between Los Angeles
and Long Beach and Lob Angeles and
Santa Monica and the Cahuenga. The
work of harvesting is extensively under
We ark not yet advised as to whether
tbe intention of telling what Colonel
Otis knows about senatorial elections
wae to annihilate the chances of Hon.
Charles N. Felton or those of Mr. M. H.
De Young. It has, on a casual inspec
tion, the appearance of a petard which
might hoist all three of these person
ages. A little note detailing the precise
-purport of the revelation might not be
Nothing perhaps better illustrates
the interest that is being taken in the
Pacific coast of late than the remarkable
number of conventions of representative
bodies that is seeking some one of our
sunset states as the place of its as
sembling. Portland, just now, is the
scene of tbe labors of the Presbyterian
tynod. In this connection it is proper
to state that tbe Hon. John Shirley
Ward ia one of the lay delegates to that
body. Our fellow townsman has dis
tinguished himself as a disputant of
great, ability and reseaich on the ques
tions wbich are engaging the attention
oi that body.
Bai.foi;u's local government bill
passed the house of commous yesterday
by a very slender majority. Gladstone
opposed its passage in a poweriul
speech, in which he showed that if ac
cepted by the Irish people it would
place them in a disadvantageous rela
tion as respects both the English and
Scotch constituencies of the British em
pire. This is a strong point, and will
audoubtedly and rightfully couut for a
great deal with Irish people. When the
infamous act of union was
passed even Lord Caetlereagh placated
ihe pride of the Irish people by consti
tuting the new power thus created as
the United Kingdom of Great Britain
oii'l Ireland, a title which is retained to
tbe present day. There is little danger
of the Irish people accepting anything
less than home rule. Lord Salisbury's
government is in a desperate strait, and
the coining election will relegate it to
the limbo of things lost upon earth.
Ttoc grand old man has only to live a
Utile to be master of the situation ; and
Ireland has only to wait a little to be
mistress of her own destinies.
Oft* of the favorite topics of the Re
publican press of late has been the fact
tbat, now and then, an occasional negro
rape fiend is lynched in the south. This
anintnary act of rude justice is made the
theme of innumerable disquisitions in
wbich the barbarity of the southern
states is elaborately dwelt upon. In all
thia excited twaddle no attention is paid
to the peculiar composition of these com
xaniiities Bouth of Mason and Dixon's
line. In many of them the colored pop
ulation is as large, larger, or nearly aB
large as the white, and if a prompt and
■energetic eystem of repression of rape
were not adopted a perfectly ap
j.alling condition of things would
yrevalL Tbere are few well constituted
people who would obje* *o any ureas
area which would have a tendency to re
press a crime so heinous, especially
ot tender age are made the
victims of the lust of burly negroes.
Such* horrible access of crime must be
met by the sternest measures or a satur
nalia of infamous outrages would ensue.
It is all very well to talk about civiliza
tion and its gentle teachings, but the
real demand of the hour is to prevent
civilization itself from being crushed out
by the violence of colored miscreants.
FURTHER OF BOW-WOW'S BLUSTER.
The peart W. W. Bowers, Of San
Diego, seems to think that it is alt awful
I thing that citizens of l/>a Angelea should
j dare to get np in our chamber of com-
I mere? and complain of tbe neglect with
| which this region is treated. He has been
spending a world of bis weazened wind
of late npon one of the editors of the
Herald who had dared to \»oint out
what a lying little scrub tbe people of
Los Angeles, in a moment of aberration,
had elected to congress. In thus char
acterizing W. W. Bowers the Herald
haa not ihe slightest intention of
entering into a contest in which
epithets • are multiplied. Its read
ers have known for years past
r that neeuroalatipg,reservoirs of personal
invective is not its practice. We call
tbe member for the old Sixth district
by this harsh name for several reasons,
principal of which are (1) that he has
lied to the voters of Los Angeles: and
(2) that he has utterly failed to dis
charge his dnty to this section.
When little Bow-Wow was running
for congress we warned tbe people of
Los Angeles of the betrayal they might
expect if they voted for him. No one
knew better than we what a liar
Bowers was when he said that he would
work for an appropriation of $0,000,000
for San Pedro harbor. That he said be
would do just that thing any one who
listened to his miserable flights of rotten
rhetoric during the late campaign knows.
We knew and said that be waa lying.
The event has proven bow wanton was
the lie. He lied in his throat and in his
diaphragm and down to the point of hie
shanks wbich oaght to have met his
socks, if he wore any, when he told the
people of Los Angeles that he would
work to get them any kind of an appro
priation. When he made his lying and
insincere speeches he had already packed
the vote in his own county, and with
malice prepense and aforethought he
was preparing to honeyfugle the foolish
voters of Los Angeles, who take a sin
gular and eccentric delight in being
always sold out, taken in and done for,
and that by clowns who would.be better
adapted to hanging on to the tents of a
circus than iiguring in songresßional
So much for this San Diego curio as
far as he is personally concerned. The
fifty-second congress has looked
upon bim as the kings of me
diieval days regarded their court
fools, viz., as innocent instruments
of that sound and fury which signifies
nothing. But when Bow-Wow proceeds
to accuse us of the crime of leu mojeite
in daring to mention the names of Sena
tors Stanford and Felton we are tempted
to ask, upon what meat have these our
Caesars fed that they have become co
great as to he beyond criticism. Tbey
are just as ameiaDle to an inquiry as to
their official acts as the mighty Bow-
What the people of Los Angeles coun
ty know perfectly well is that they have
been betrayed by Bowers, who lied to
them, and have not been generously
treated by the two senators from San
Mateo county. If we are so timid that
we are afraid to say boo to a goose, we
may be perfectly sure that we shall
never get anything. Los Angeles coun
ty is a populous and wealthy commu
nity, and we should begin to so arrange
our affairs that we can compel recogni
tion. All we have to do is to show that -
we are independent of little political
juggles, and that when it comes to a fair
share of recognition from the govern
ment of the United States our politicians
of both the great political parties, and of
all parties which may hereafter be or
ganized, are prepared to stand in for
A thing vyhich the great Bow-Wow
seems to have overlooked is that, if
Geary and Caminetti, Democratic con
gressmen from California, have loen
able to get large appropriations for their
several districts, the sooner we begin to
elect Democratic congressmen from this
end of the state the better. This is a
pregnant lesson. As we are likely to
have a Democratic house of representa
tives for many years to come, we suggest
that every man of sense in Los Angeles
ought to direct his attention to getting
a good, energetic Democratic congress
man from the present Sixth district.
We should then shortly begin to realize
that we had a friend at court, and an
occasional appropriation from the fed
eral treasury of sufficiently large amount
not to be insulting, might come our
There is a strong flavor of religion in
the air, and it blows from points so
diverse as Omaha and Portland. At
botti of these places great national
bodies are convened, and Los Angelea is
still rejoicing in the nimbus of the
Mills meetings. Can we have too much
religion? Only the ungodly would tol
erate such a suggestion. Meanwhile, it
is a notable circumstance that tbe rain
falls alike on the just and the unjust in
tbe Mississippi valley, and gives both
saint and sinner a wide berth in South
Bow***, who was elected by Los An
geles votes, does not aeemlo have met
bad luck in pushing the "aims of his
own beloved San Diego. In addition to
the $50,000 for the improvement of the
San Diego harbor, a bill passed the
house of representatives ye6terday ap
propriating $300,000 for a public build
ing at that place. Los Angeles, with her
imperial stretch ot territory, with a pop
ulation in tbe city of sixty-five
thoueand inhabitants, and in the
THE LO& ANGELES RIBALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY* 25, 1892.
county of nearly aa many mere,
ii put off wUh a mere bags*lie,
while north and south ii|i|ii ilpslellji ,
are in comparison limitless. Well, An -
gelefios, how do yon like it? Hoer do
you agree with yourselves when yo» re
member how you voted for Vandever
and Bowers ? Both are now independ
ent of you. General Vandever has
reached an age at which his public life
may be said to be closed, while Bowers
is in another congress district. We
would not diminish the appropriation
for San Diego, or any other place in
Southern California by a eon marquee,
but it looks rough and rugged .the way
Los Angeles baa been neglected and
The Kentucky Democrats will hold
their state convention today. Henry
Watterson ia making a gallant fight to
prevent the Bourbon Democracy from
instructing for Graver Cleveland. The
frienda of John G. Carlisle are also try
ing to head off the Cleveland boom. The
Associated Press last night seemed to
ibink that, notwithstanding thia power
ful opposition, a strong declaration for
Cleveland would be made. We ahall
not have long to wait to see what the
outcome will be.
The Methodist Episcopal general con
ference at Omaha yesterday adopted
the report of the committee on temper
ance, which practifsalir iiqjynits the
church to the support ot the cause of
Prohibition, although a resolution sub
sequently adopted, declares that tbe
church does not stand committed'to any
The Power of the Press was repeated
last evening at the opera house to a
pleased audience. Tonight will close
Everybody will be glad to bear that
on next Monday evening, May 80th, the
popular manager of the Los Angeles
theater, Harry C. Wyatt, will take hiß
annual benefit. Mr. Wyatt has so many
good, warm friends who appreciate his
efforts to build up the city theatrically,
that undoubtedly the cozy theater will
be packed. The occasion should be one
long to be remembered, for tne greatest
of Irish actors, Dan McCarthy, will
make his debut in this city in tbe beau
tiful Irish comedy-drama, The Cruiskeen
Lawn. The play will bold the boards
for the first three nights of the week,
and will also be presented at the mati
nee. Commencing on Thursday eve
ning and continuing lor the remainder
of the week the drama True Irish
Hearts will be given. The box oflioe
will open Thursday morning at 16
o'clock, and all Mr. Wyatt'a friend*
should secure their seats at once.
PREPARING TO CELEBRATE.
Santa Monica Ready to Greet the
Santa Monica ia preparing to have a
grand celebration upon the completion
of tbe Santa Fe company's branch le
that place, which will occur in a few
Santa Monica will then- possess the
distinctive ieatu re of being tbe only port
on the Pacific coast which is the ter
minal of two overland railroad lines.
The fact is known, to those who know
the inside history of the entrance of the
Santa Fe to Santa Monica, that it is
largely due to the persistent efforts of
Mr. Jamea Campbell that the line has
been built, which is something that
ought not to be forgotten on the happy
There will be a large number of visit
ors to wish the city by the sea joy of
her new iron highway, and all of South
ern California will be more or leBS bene
fited by ber good fortune.
The Peculiar Arrest of a Girl and a
Last, night Officer Rinkebach waa in
the Basket saloon, on Alameda atreet,
and a girl named Jessie Dunbar and a
man named Harry Mason engaged in a
dispute about smoking opium.
The officer asked the girl if Mason
smoked aa much opium now aa she did.
The dispute waxed fast and furious
until Rinkebach put the girl under ar
rest, and, Mason interfering, he put him
under arrest. The patrol wagon was
aent for and the couple locked up. The
girl waa charged with distuibing the
peace and Mason with resisting an of
News Notes From the Infant Wonder
Redlands, May 24.—The Choral
union held their regular practice last
evening, the Redlands orchestra assist
ing. They will hold their next re
hearsal on Saturday night with closed
doors. Tbe concert will take place on
Mr. Simonds, who has charge of the
training of the Redlanda entries for the
Decoration day sporta at Riverside,
reports his boya aa doing nicely. Cy
clists, aprintere, heavy-weight throwers
and jumpers are on hia Hat.
A small houae greeted the Calhoun
sisters in their specialties at the Acad
emy of Music last night.
A special Santa Fe train will run
down to San Bernardino thia Wednes
day evening, to give those who wish an
opportunity to witnesa the Corbett box
J. F. Slocum, propiietor of the Grand
Rapids Furniture company, was up
from San Bernardino today.
Deputy Sheriff Frank tlolcomb was
in town "today on official business.
N. King and H. J. Green are at the
Sloan Houae. They are here in the in
terest of the Mercantile Protective
A alight shock of earthquake was felt
here this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Miss Julia Edwards of Highlands waa
yesterday visiting her brother, J. S.
O. D. Foy of San Bernardino waa
among the busiest people on our streets
Mrs. King of Los Angeles is visiting
her daughter, Mra. L. N. Stewart.
A Weak Back Kept Strong.
R. 11. Gilliam, Hixburg, Appomattox Co., Va.,
Allcock's Plasters have enabled me to
work and labor for the last two yearr. I have
been troubled with a pain across my kidneys
and a weakness of the tpine which, al times,
rendered me almost helpless. The first relief I
obtained was by wearing two Allcock's Plan
ters, and I use übout two every mouth, and I
bave no pain or dlilinulty. I consider them the
best plasters h< use. I, for one, caunotdo with
The Water Question.
Editors Herald: The water ques
tion baa broken out again. It won't
down. It can't be smothered. There is
too much head on; or, perhaps it might
be better said, there are too many head*.
Every subterfuge is uaed to keep a
suffering people quiet. Alternate prom
ising, threatening and coaxing aa beat
suita the occasion. We are told tbat
millions of gallons of pure water runs to
waste every day, and yet a good portion
of our people get nothing but tbe filthi
est kind, and but little ot that, for which
is exacted sure pay and plenty of it.
This all means that tbe many are suf
fering that a few may be benefited.
Just as long as this suffering people will
submit, just so long the Citizens Water
company will continue to take our
money and give us filthy mud. No
question is now or likely to come befoie
tbe people of Los Angelea that presents
one-half tbe importance that this water
question does. Two communications
are published today from the City Water
company—one of which is to the coun
cil, and says if tbe sewers are flushed
the company is unable to meet the de
mands for water in the daytime on ac
count of the constant drain made for
| street-sprinkling and other purposes;
another says their pipes have a capacity
iof 13,000,000 gallons daily, and that
more than enough runs into the river
from their reservoir to supply the whole
of the hill district; that this 13,000,000
gallons ought to be sufficient to supply a
! city of twice the size of Los Angeles;
j and further, tbat tbey bave as
much more flowing from their
heads works in a covered flume.
Now this is very consoling information
for ua hill dwellers to know, tbat mil
lions of gallons of pure water goes to
waste every day that belongs to the
city, and for which we pay our money
to nave it brought to our doors and get
in its stead, what? •
Who owns all thia pure water that we
bear so much said about ? Is it possible
the city of Los Angeles owns it and one
third of its people for yeara have been
using such a vile compound, and limited
Thia aeems so be the case. But it is
an encouraging feature of the present
outlook tbat our people no longer intend
to shut their eyes and take this com
pound. By all means let our people com
mence at once to put themselves in a
way to own the entire water system,
and at the earliest possible time get to
us dwellers on the hills water instead of
tbia compound. This is a fervent prayer
from The Hills.
For a Mass of Pottage.
hDiTORs Hkkald: There is but one
recorded instance of a man selling him
self for a mess of pottage, but when the
San Bernardino Republican convention,
150 strong, gave themselves away to tbe
bosses and partook of a pot of Harrison
mush it would look as if they bad called
[ Mr. E. and gone bim some better. If
j tbey think tne Republicans of tbe coun
ty, and the mining districts especially,
will sneak ingly bow their heads and swal
low the dose of the treacle and sulphur
so generously dealt them, they have
assuredly made a mistake. In refusing
to adopt a solid silver plank in their plat
form they have lost to their party a
majority ot the Republican voters in tbe
mining districts. When intelligent men,
'as you are all supposed to be, quietly
submit to tbe lash and vote directly
against one of the greatest industries
of tbe county in which you live, bow can
you expect us to stay with you ? We
shall not. We shall step down and as a
body join our friends. However dear to
'■ our hearts the staunch old party may be,
j our profession and the business from
! which we derive our bread and butter is
j much dearer. Because a majority of the
I Democrats west and south favor free
I silver, you may think that by doing the
i same you would be tainted by Democ
: racy. Perhaps a little Democratic med
icine would do you come good.
By the term "free eilver" every one
I does not fully understand what it means.
<It means placing the white metal on a
parity with gold—establishing a stand
! ard for it of say sixteen to one and main
taining it, and thus put a stop forever
to the speculation in either of the pre
cious metals as a common commodity.
It is preposterous to think that if our
country adopts the double standard that
the old country will flood us with silver
and drain the country of its gold, as sta
tistics go to show tbat tbe product of
silver in the European countries is not
sufficient for their own constituents in
trade and commerce. In a few days I
will give you some statistics, authentic,
showing where the silver is produced
and where it goes to. We need and must
have a double standard, and if tbe Re
publicans have not the nerve to stand
up like men for their own home indus
tries every mining man in the country
Will join the other party. O. G. L.
To Slay or Be Slain. Which?
To attack the dragon of disease and annihil
atu him before his deadly talons grow, or to al
low him to attain dangerous maturity and de
stroy us—that is the question of paramount
importance to all afflicted with organic ail
ments. Among these, disorders of the kidneys
and bladder are of tbe fatal order if unre
strained at the outset. Their growth is rapid,
their culmination death. Brlght's disease, or
dinary nephritis, diabetes, catarrh of the blad
der, gravel, suppression of the secretion, cannot
he tampered with' or disregarded safely. Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters is a superb depurative
tonic, giving the due impulse without excita
tion to the renal organs, besides strengthening
and regulating them in common with the rest
of tbe system. It infuses, too, vigor and regu
larity into the stomach, bowels and liver,
successfully counteracts malaria and rheu
matism, and 1b a pre-eminently fine tonic
tor the aged, the enfeebled and the convales
Ladies, Attention 1
You can now be supplied, without sending
cast or to Han Francfsco, with fashionable
Carriages. Broughams, Victorias, Rockaways,
Spider l'haetmis, Traps or (Jan k, by Hawley,
King <!t Co. Call and inspect their new exhibit
at 210-212 North Main street.
Two pounds of granulated or cnbe sugar free
with every pound of tea; also with every dol
lar's worth of coffee. Discount Tea Co., 250
South Maiu street.
Onr Home Brew.
Maier A Zoebleln's Lager, frosh front the
brewery, on draught ln all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly ln bottles or kegs
once and Brewery. 444 Aliso st. Telephone s*l.
We have a speedy and positive cnre for
catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth and head
ache in SHILOH'S CATARRH REMKDY. A
nasal injector free with each bottle. Use It If
you desire health and sweet breath. Price 50c.
Sold wholesale by Haas, Barucb & Co.. and all
Summer lap dusters at Foy's old reliable sad
dlery house, 315 North Los Angeles street.
Order the best and cheapest
8. F. Double Extra Brown Stout.
Jacob Adloff, Agent.
Call at C. Ducominnn'e,
:urz N. Main street, for fine ladies' shears,
scissors and pocket cutlery, Imported direct
Hotel Arcadia, Banta Monica,
Is now open for the tourists' season.
California Vinegar Works,
5M Banning street, opposite soap factory,
! near Alameda and First streets, one-half block
| from electric light works.
About , Tr , .
Dr. A. N. Bell, Editor of the Sanitarian, New York,-writes :
" Pearline has gained special ascendency in my household and
in many others to my knowledge, for cleansing flannels. Your
own directions for its use are those we abide by: 'Wash flan
nels by hand in lukewarm Pearline suds ; rinse thoroughly in
warm water; wring dry (by pressure through clothes wringer");
pull and shake well; dry in warm temperature and they will
—.J keep soft without shrinking.'"
I #0 W o*sf"* T* As one wash is sufncient t0 ruin flannels, great Care
Iyt\ I I V„ I should be exercised as to the use of the many imitations
Q_j which are being offered by unscrupulous grocers or
peddlers. Pearline is never peddled.
Millions Use Pearline. Do You ? «-
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physician, who in 1882. paralyzed the medical th o ugbts of our legalized practi
tioners by fasting FOHTY-Two days and recovering in a few days his norma
Indiana Mineral Springs, Ind., May 4, 1?92.
New Tork and London Electric Association, Kansas City, Mo.
Gknti.emkn: It affords me great pleasure to respond to vonr rennet for » .t=i, m .,„t „/.t,,.
uSd^Th'g'hij- Ue 01 " AC " n *" ln ' he tre » tment ° rtn « teVhlcl tt^Ui.
Last June I left my home in St. Clair county, Mo., to visit your Hiv a-—eian iTiiiii. i
my skepticism abd curiosity, a flavor ef professional prejudice blended with
I visited your office orepared to coldly investigate, to criticise iimn.mi. and i,mh.ki.
reject all your claims to the tnerapcutie value of ••Amine" in Cata
I remained in your city two weeks, mucn of the time in your offloe and while there had
abundant opportunity to listen tothe testimony of personVof efl tie. Ts"a ns afto the
remedia Iva ue ofyour magnetic appliances. Timeaßd space forbids detailsC Suffice to say tha!
„.J.fiJal fJSrisu_i*!Sns?." ln . cc I purchased fo-jr dosen of your "Actlnas." Since then 1 have
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in mine, they deserve, not less, but more extensive laudation J
lam at present medical director of the "Indiana Medical Springs Sanitarium," and although
£ e r.^. n to •▼»« themselves of the waters of our
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
county of Los Angeles, State of California.
In the matter of the application of Armand
La Pierce for a change of his name.
To the honorable, the Superior Court, of the
county of Los Angeles, state of California:
Your petitioner, Armand La Pierce, respect
That it is his desire to change his present
name, to-wit Armand La Pierce, and to as
sume instesd thereof the name Manuel Garcia
Montes de Oca.
I was born ln the city of Manzanillo, Cuba,
on July 23,1849, and was baptiztd as Manuel
Garcia Montes de Ocs.
I am the legitimate son of Jose Manuel Garcia
Napolesjand Dofia Marcellna Montes de Ot a.aad
now reside in tbe city of Los Angeles, county
of Los Angeles, state of California.
The reasons for the change of name proposed
are the following: . ,
About twenty years ago, petitioner being
poor, and because he did not wish his relatives
to be aware ol his lack of good fortune, adopted
his present name, Armand La Pierce, under
which he ha 3 ever since been krown and has
transacted hij business affairs. He has ascer
tained tbat he is entitled to receive as heir ol
his said father and mother, both of whom are
now deceased, a large amount of property, and,
in order to en i. Me him to so receive such benefits
it is necessary and convenient that he should
change his present name to his said baptismal
name, to-*ft: Manuel Garcia Montes de Oca.
Petitioner further shows that tbe property
which be Is so entitled to recover is located
within the jurisdiction of Spain,'and in said
jurisdiction it is the custom for a child to boar
the family name of its mother.
Tbe near relatives of petitioner as far as
known, are his wife, residing in Los Angeles
city. California; a brother, Iduardo Garcia
Montes de Oca, residing at Puerto Principe,
Cuba; a Bister, Flora Garcia de Sandoval, resid
ing at Habana, Cuba, and a sister, Dolores Gar
cia de Hernandez, residing at sarcelona, Spain.
ARMAND LA PIRRCE.
Filed, May 24,1892. 5-25-lm
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