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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
( levt'laiiil's I'luralitv l)(M's
NO KRAI I) IN NEW VOIfK.
There Is Nut it PoßfstblUty of t'tillllf
inis out tin' Huh Btatvd Drta
ofi'iitlc CftßtHtiatos — Indi
ana Rutifii". the Election
ol CleTdlßld and
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Naw York, Nov! 11. midulglH-l'P io tt.i
hour the result of the ballot lor Presidential
electors ha- been declared In -«of the to
counties In this State. The last reports..!
the Count) Clerks showed a Democratic
plurality of WW. Today's canrass shows a
net loss in Blame nf four volet. The re
luslnlug47 ooiiiilics, with two exception!., j
reported progress and will for Ibe most pari
reporl the result ol theli Camas-1., morrow.
No mention Isinide of any serious dlscrep
iincy ill the count. Several c.uuiies which
did not to day complete their official cm
vans, reported that there was un rejtou to
believe thnt when i plcted Ibe figures
woOld -how any change Ir II already
B Canvassed returns received by the Demo
cratle stale Committee from .'I counties in-
Uicsle a change of six votes In favor of
Hlalne ngniii-l sixlj iv Livingston In favor
of Clevel 1. No returns bine been ro
celled by Hie Republic in .N Hum il Cinnmil
tee at the \tetnrin Hole!, and CbaJrraan
Draper, of the llepubl iom Ht-ite F.xce.lti I c
i' miltec, Could nol lie found, ilellernl
John N. Ktl I Dp. a stalwart itepiibl ie to
from Auburn, slid he believed the nfti
clal O-UtVlua would make no nuit.,,,l
clouu-e in Un published returns. "If there
i imv hitch ' - icl lie, "il nil In New York
and liiiii-i I'oiintie.. li. iv the country the
people ktmw tiveuty four hours tifterthe
closing ol Ihe poll- wh it the result Is. I
think ll I- n ..nre thing." The official can
vans of Ihe King- c Hy Hoard of Super
visors is proceeding. Returns iv six wards
examined today, beginning with Ihe first,
showed Cleveland lo hive 11,229 votes and
TUB VOTR BY ('Ol'M'lK-.
SCHENtiTADV, N. V, Nov. 11.-The Super
visors i; i vi- ll- the official vole of Solo-nee
lady county, ltliiiue .'MO, Cleveland '2977, St.
John lis:. Butler 41.
New York, Nov. 11.-The king- county
Hoard of Canvassers met to-day. A number
ol citizens were present, ns also counsel
representing Ho- Republican and IX
cratle National and stale C..mmltlte...
Joint tl M.-Kaii-was eleeled chairman and
Ihe ii-ual committees were appointed, after
which ihe Hoard went to wnrk ou the ran
"The Q leens county Hoard of Canvassers
was al-o organized lo day and w ill probably
complete Its eleeloral voles this afternoon.
The Board of Canvassers ol Suffolk county
also got to work to day on the vote within
their iiiri-ilicllon. Lawyer- are present rcp
r ling both the Republican and Demo
cratic parties 111 Queens and Suffolk courr
llesto see a fair canvass.
I'l.aTTsßfßO, N. V.. Nov. II -Cliutoncoiin
It official give- Hlaine .97::, Cleveland MM.
Hutler 19, Ht. John XV,
Troy. N. V„ Nov. 11.—Ren.saler county
official give. Blame 1 1,7 .9. Cleveland 11,414,
Hilller IM, Si. John 416.
Wstf.ri.oo, N. V., Nov. 11—Seneca county
official gives Hlaine :BtU, Cleveland 3627,
Butler .VJ. Ht. John 119.
(Uivmu, N. V.. Nov. II Warren entity
official ghes Blame :', .77, Cleveland '27911.
Butler I7J, Ht John 123.
Hoc il ester. N. I„ Nov. 11.-The Board of
Canvasser, of Livingston county mellod iy
i.nt nndlngerrnrx in soineof the return-sent
(loon bo l, lor correction and a.ljnti rue 1 on
til lo morrow. The Chairman of the Hoard
authorizes ito- -tali incut that Blame's plu
rality In the county is 1,1(12.
Kik ue-ter, N. V.. Nov 11.-Vales county,
official, give. Hlaine '.191. Cleveland 191s.
Butler 130, St. Jon 200.
ALHANY, N V , Nov. 11. -Orleans couuly,
..flici .1, gives (he HI I' h ell,! - :»W7. ( lev'
land 2909. Hilller i.X. Ht. John CM.
LoCaroßT, N. V.. Nov. 11.- Niagara county,
otliei il will give Ihe Bin Ilie electors ench
:*7.-., Cleveland mieb HIOII Owing ma cleri
cal error in the return", the Hoard adjourned
until to morrow.
COOPR-RSTO.VN, N. V., Nov 11.-The Hoard
of canvassers ol Oswego couuly n-se -I
here today, but finding errors In the re
lone, lolioiiriied iinlil to morrow after in.
New York Nov. 11.-Several e,ninth
have reported to the Secretary the official
c mvass up to 2 p. n., but In none of them
have any notable change- taken place. One
coiintv found irregnlarllii-s tint , ipelle I
an loljourtirnellt until to rrow. 'Ihe ir
reirillarltics were, to,never, purely Icohtii
cal The machinery in New York and
King- counties will move .-lowly, and Ho
si inenl ~f It.c final results will l.c in oh
for sonic days.
NEW Yore, Nov- II- IMtnam couuly.
Blame 2103, Cleveland IK". Bnllcr I, St
J "fb»?.e.»inty. Blame (9*l, Cleveland :7J.
Butler 201, St. John 401.
Oswego county. Blame 997.1, clove 1
7134, Hilller 21... St John as).
Catt iraugn- i mi, HI due 7H.3. ('level mil
«aV.. Boiler 372, St, John 930.
West Chester n.uillv, Hlaine, 11,21-fi, Cleve
laud 12..V21, Holler .'". SI, John 4.W.
Return-from all lown" except il--iining
and New Castle are cinvassed. These will
not change Ihe result.
Rockland eonnty, Blame 2592, Cleveland
H',97, Butler 2-. St John 12:
Ltlwll c.uiltv. Hlaine ts.l. Cleveland 377«.
Butler 14. St John 11 1.
Wayne ronnlv. Hlaine can. Cleveland 4,30,
Hutler Ins. st John ft:..
Herkimer county, Blame 61 :w. Cleveland
:,:l2s, Hutler rsl, St. John 327.
ilnoiidsgn county. Blame p',,s9-2, Cleveland
13.16.'., Butler <W, St. John 601.
Alleghany county. BUIM iws. ( lev-eland
.mi, Hilller Til., st John l-s
New Yore, Nov. 11 --Washington county
Blame. 73-t7. Cleveland. 4212: Bnllcr. ll ~ st
E..ex cnnnty-Blalnc, I.M; Cleveland.
-2776: Bnllcr. 61, St. John. US,
Madison cimty lllniiie. is-oh, t icvelaud,
4H.4. Hutler, s.'.; St. John, Ha).
Montgomery coimly Hia .''•-.; Cleve
land, .'s4l3; Butler, 46; Ht. John, I 14.
SteulH-li rouiilv Hlaine. 10.047 : Cleveland.
9060; Hilller l> St. John, 904. _ , ,
Fulton and Hamilton counties Hlaine s
plurality 1047. showing no change Irom lor
The ltoard ol Csnvassers of Wayne county
sent out committees to several towns to re
c,,iiv.ii,' the Inspector- to correct clerical
cm rs In the reltirns Nn change I- expected
in the figures already piibll-be.i
I inter eoiiutv Some return- were sent
back to the Inspectors, ovviiig lo Irrcgu ari
ties, which do not affect the I'r I yI he
Deninerats and Republic in- were repre
sented by counsel.
Oswegocnuiity give- • levelsnd 73(17. Blame
f.671, Butler «4. A. John 132.
Niagara county gives Hlaine fiarri, Cleve
land 6193 . ...
New V.iHg, Nov. II (Jiiecus eonnly Ihe
Supervisors sent back the returns of nine
,lis,rim- lo Ho- Inspectors. I eh case the
lii.pi.cior. failed I" give ll.c total number "1
votes cast When t lie returns nun lie- ir-l
District in the Find Ward of Long Island
city were presented, counsel representing
the Kei.ul.il.- in Stale Committee, questioned
their validity, rlnimlng thai Ihey were riot
signed by properly • Ilflcl Inspectors He
sail he looH n i..ld thai lle'iiiy, ( hairman
of the It.iard "f Inspectors, lefl tlie polling
Klace. had received in. ballot-, and hnd nol
♦en present when they were cast ami
romili-il, snd Ihat another person 100 l l iken
his place and signed the returns without
being duly qualified tapWTlaor Me
Laughlln suggested thai Ihe objecli I
counsel were Interfering with the work of
Ihe Board, and moved Ihe canvas" proceed.
This course waa adopted, ami no further no
tlee was tnkon of counsel's objection. Conn
sel also claimed that the vote ol Newton
was in excess ol the registry, but upon an
inspection of the registry book It was dis
covered that it was several hundred less. Il
Is almost certain that there will tie no
change in the figures already- published
showing Cleveland's majority to be 1922
I he Hoard reconvenes al » *. « to morrow,
and expects to complete the canvass of the
electoral vole before noon.
Richmond comity The chairman ol the
Board ol Canvasser, invited Ihe Chairman
of the County Republican and Democratic
I ommltlees to be present
The ( ommltlees witness the count, which
waa only Interrupted by offering foiirafflda
Vila ot men who declared llml ihey voted lor
Butler, in Smllhflcl.l. lon believed their
votea were credited 1., i levelsnd The Hoard
ol canvassers took no notice of the affl.ia
The official vole of Hlelinioiid ennly was
declared aa fnllnwa- Blame, 3161 Cleveland.
613.; Butler. 76: HI. John, 90
Fulton cnnnly -Ulalnn, 4617. Cleveland,
3624. Butler. 36, St. John, 227.
Hamilton comity -Blame, ,21 i lev, 1a,,,!
,'<T7; Butler. 3; St John. 21
llbaea-The Board ol Canvassers of romp
kins county adjourned until to morrow
BINoMIMF-TON, N. V.. Nov. 11.-The cm
vaas ol votes lor Presidential electors in
Bris.me and Chenango coiintlea i. not yet
completed, owing to clerical error.
11l Bit. N. V„ Nov. 11 The canvas* of
Oneida county is adjourned Qnttl to morrow,
on acoolinl of defective returns from tbe
first and fourth wards of Rome, The errors
arc simply rlarloal I lie County clerk's re
I lima "how Blame 13.766, Cleveland 13,620.
Bnllcr I -a St. John 694. hlanka 3.
Tba official vole of Ontario eonnty aannol
ha ataertallird until lo morrow, the Hoard
of faiiraaaara haying adjourned il 11
The Monroe couuly Honr.l of Supervisors
mcl to day as a Bonn, ol Canvasser. A no.
tlon to canvass the eleptoral voles first was
b.-t. 'I he point was raised and sustained
hy the chairman Ilia ly towns whose Hu
pervi-.r. had ..rlrin .' eertill, it 1 ihe re
turn, .failed b, Ihe in-1 1..r ..I I.led
could Is* legally canvassed only seven .ml
nf thirty live sluprrvl.ora bad -unli cortlfl
rales wllh them I hreeol the... lowu. were
~ iiiva.se.l Slid lo I 111 l rlahl I he Hoard
then adjourned ..mil to morrow a Her in
Tn* mil.ervi-.irs ..I Columbia county ad
loomed iinlil lo lib .rrow lor corrected re
turns from the flrsi d strict, of Chatham and
Cayuga Bounty, Blame 9206, Cleveland
6041, Butler 421, St. John tall.
Livingston comity. Blaluc SWI, Cleveland
4039, Butler lis, St. John 39..
Schcliecta.lv couuly. HI line 32.*. Clove
land 2977. Hilller 41, St. John 106.
Klec'.or il returns from nine election .lis
tiii-ts were with.ml (ickels attached and
were sent hack for eoi recti.Hl. The Hoard
''"ibe "mi'i'l'.i.-s '.','.'"lHHeiic-s county is half
completed, Rellirns from several town*
Wereaenl l."'k to have clerical errorscor
reeled. „, ,
Wyoming county give- Hlaine 1411, Cleve-
I oof ::ist. Hutler S3, St. John 4SI.
orange cnnnly returns from several towns
and districts were sent back for the correc
tion uf clerical errors. None were material.
l:i 11 vi i. N. V., Nov. it.—The fb»rt<V»
-peci il from lt.itavia say- the Hoard of Can
vassers of Uenessee eonnty found several
terlniic.il errors and sent the returns hack
lor correction nn.l adjourned 111 l l orrow.
II I. not thought ll.c errors mentioned will
make any difference In th,. majority tlr-t
given for Blame.
PootlHgatPsiE, N. v.. Nov. It—The can
vass for Dulrli,— cimtv will probably be
finished tomorrow Tlie Supervisor, from
several towns were sent bank to have clcrl
c il error, only corrected.
Wv i BBTOM s, N. V., Nov. 11. —Tlie Board
of (' 111 v a--, rg ol Jefferson count v adjourned
until It o'clock to morrow.
Bl Fl 11 1, N v., Nov. IL—The Couuly Can
v.is.-er- !„ i; m work ,01 the Krie county vote
and to-night flnishe.i the Prealdental vote
with,nil any change Irom Blame's majority
of 1490. Despalelles to Ihe <\>,irl(r confirm
Ihe old figure- 111 Uallar.iugus county of 137S
ncijnrlty for Hlaine Chautauqua c.unity
gives ls.vj majority for Blaine,and Wyoming
c Hy 12.72 liinjorlly lor Hlaine.
Both Parllea ncpreaented by
New York, Nov. 11.-To day nt noon the
Himrd of Aldermen were sworn iv .is .1 board
olconrit) eanvas.ers. Cbaa. It. Walle (Hep.)
was elected chairman of the board. Tbe
room was filled with lawyers Interested in
the count, and with spectators. Among the
lawyers present representtngtlie Republican
National and State Committee* were William
M. Everts, Col. George Bliss, Robert Sewell.
Clnrenre A. Seward nnd William Allen
Hutler. The Democratic National and Htate
Committees wen 1, pr, .etite.l by Gen. Fran
oil C. Barlow, Franklin Hartlett, Aaron J.
Vanderpool, Charles P. Miller, Francis
M. Scott, Francis L. Stetson. Edward
it. Baron and James c. Carter.
A resolution was offered that none but
those having buslnes with the Board should
he allowed to remain in the room during Its
sessions. This was laid on Ihe table. The
required committees were appointed, on
prntesta, supervising nl the returns, Ac.
Win. I*. Kirk (Tammany) read a protest
against any vote- being counted that were
cast for Win. K. Grace, for Mayor, on the
ground that it had been publicly and semi
officially asserted and vouched by ninny
people that Grace was not a naturalized
citizen. This matter was referred to the
Committee on Protests. The Board then ad-
A Democratic 4'all for Money.
New York. Nov. 11.—The Republican Na
tlonal Committee have moved to the Vic
toria lintel, and Chairman Jones, Senator
Hohartand Messrs. Elklns.Chaffee and Con.
verse aro to-day awaiting the reports of the
Official COlllll in tlie State. Hon. Emory A.
Sterrs, In an interview this afternoon said:
"It Is the duty ol Blame tn insist on a fair
count, lor he has not been running for fun,
but as the representative of some millions
The Democratic National Committee in
day Issued a call to those interested In Cleve
land nnd Hendricks for money with which
to defray the extraordinary and unexpected
expenses occasioned hy tne threatened dis
pute of the electoral vote of the stateof New-
Texan 105,04)0 for Cleveland.
Galveston. Nov. 11—Official returns troin
only 32 counties of Texas have been received
up to midnight. The total Presidential vote
of these counties is, Cleveland 67.872, Blame
26,344. St. John 1,150, Butler 579, Belva Lock
wood 4. The same counties gave Hancock
44,173. Garfield 13,710. Weaver 7,613, The
above counties show an increase of 30,740
voles over the total Presidential vote of
1880. This indicates an increase of 53 per
cent, lv the vote for Cleveland over Han
cock nnd 47 per cent-in the vote for Blame
over Garfield: at this rate of increase the
Cleveland and Hendricks electors will have
a plurality of about 105,010 In Texas.
What Kelly Says.
New York. Nov. 11—John Kelly, of Tarn
many Hall, said to night: "There is no po
litical significance in the elecllon of Alder
man Waltc (Ren) as President of the Board
of Supervisors by the votes nf Tammany-
Aldermen." Mr. Kelly adds: "Waite has
often voted with Tammany Democrats iv
the Board, and the bitter have only cor
responded with the retiring Alderman's de
sire lor the courtesy ol election." Kelly
declares t lint Tammany Aldermen will
watch the count of the electoral vote ns a
The Next lloi.se.
Washinoton, Nov. IL—Mcl'herson. secre
tary nl the Republican Congressional Com
from Ihe most authentic inform
ntion he has been aide to secure, the next
House of Representatives will consist of 112
Democrat", 141 Republicans, 1 Greenliackcr,
Hriiinan of Pennsylvania, and 1 Fusionist,
Weaver of lowa. The Ilcmoclallc majority
over all will be :IJ As compared with the
membership of the various parties in the
present House this estimate -hows a loss of
19 votes to the Democrats and I to the Inde
pendents, and a gain of 22 10 the Republi
can- ami 1 Jii.ioiii-l
Probable length of the ftffirial
New York, Nov. II —The Mtilamd f:.ri,ri»
says: The official count ol the ballot In every
eCJltnty in the State Is now in progress. The
work will be very thorongh. Neither party
yields an inch. Every figure will be closely
scrntlnlzed ill the counties of the Slate. A
week is usually consumed at the work. In
this city and In Kings county less time is re
quired. Four years ago the official canvass
nf Ihe State was not completed until Nov.
20th, over a week distant. Prominent law
yers nn both sides will watch the count.
NEW York, Nov. 11. -At a meeting
of the Republican General Committee
of Kings county tonight, state Sen
ator Albert Daggett moved to drop
from the roll, ihe 11 line- ... all those
members who voted for Cleveland. Alex
an,ler Forinan and F.dwin Packard, the
taller a delegate to the Chicago Con vent inn,
a Imllled that Ihey did not support Hlaine.
The molion was not acted on. The resigna
lion of W. C. Reccher, son nl Rev. Henry
Ward Beerher, wasareepted.
H abtfoki.. Conn., Nov 11 -The official re
turns at the "ccretnry of Slate's ofllce -how
thst the Republican candidates lor state
Seeretsrv, Treasurer am] Comptroller, voted
for a week ago have pluralities over Ihe
I.- raiic candidates of about 125 ench.
Waller, the Democratic r.tndldaie for Gov
ernor, was the only one ~1, thetleket getting
a plurality. The Legislature will have the
chiaislng of the entire state ticket. The Leg
islsttirc Is Republican.
li.niANAPol.is, Nov. 11.—The Democratic
Stale Jollification here lo day was large] v at
tended, but there was not a great number ~1
visitors from outside of the elty. between
three and four o'clock tlii- ,1 Her n a meet
lug was organized st circle Park.where Gov
Hendricks and Senator McDonald spoke. At
night [here was a torchlight parade, which
Mr. Hendricks reviewed from a stand in
Wastiinglon street. There wnsa greatcrowd
on the slreet and much enthusiasm w-ns
manifested Everything passed off In good
The Illinois Vote.
1 un sun, Nov. 11.-The .Vnc' official
returns on the vote for President in this
stste from nil ibe counties except Cook,
whlchilnciudes Chicago, with a close esll
mste on the vote 011 Cook, results as follows
Rlslne 337.475, Cleveland 312.349. Butler 11.
--466. St. John 11,711. Blame's plurality 25.
116. The official canvass of the vote of
Cook county began today and will not be
completed for several days.
ill. hlgnn-s Vote.
Dktboit, Nov. IL—Twenty out ol eighty
, inie- re|mrted on the vole for electors
give Blame a plurality of 60-54; Fusion pin
ralltv, 22-I Hlaine'" net plurality in twenty
counties 4700 six other counties report the
work of Ihe canvasser* aa not completed
The counties not heard from will not materi
ally change Ihe figures sent heretofore. Full
figures will not be in for a few days. In
many counties the canvaas Is postponed.
New York 1 ..mules Not ■■.
New York, Nov 11— The following coun
ties have yet tn report officially the vote for
I'resi.lentiai electors nl the present election
Albany. Broome, liieiiiiuiig, Chenango,
Colnmrdn, Cortlnnd. Delaware, Duchess,
|£r1... Franklin, Genesee. Greene, Jefferson,
Kings. Living-lon, Monroe, New York,
iltields, orange (i-wego, Queens. SI Law
rencc. Schuyler, Suffolk. Sullivan, Tollip
l- s, 1.0 inn's vote.
Phii.aiiei.phia. Nov. 11 -Official returns
from nil of ihe counties of Ihe Slsle cxoopl
Sullivan, which I- estimated as having :lsl
plurality f,.r . lev-eland, give Blame's pill
rainy al an. ~3 The Republican-will have
a majority ol 1 In- Hennle and s 111 Ihe
H' ")-.' I I \l 1 oiiaressioual deloital 101 l
will be 211 Itcpnl>ll „,„] . licniocrals. a
Republican gain ol 4.
Parades (Should be Avoldesd.
Piiil uiaiPHiA. Nov. 11.-The Prrs. aaya
1 "is 1.. be settled thai I here will lie 1111
I. emocalie parade here on Thursday no
mailer how II Ibcial com ~( th,. Sew
York voles goes I, ~ Il.p,,sil|„„ of the
leaders of Ihe Democracy that 10 the pr 11
1" I.'.'llilg parade, nmi other
'b''.i'j"-ir 11- "f rejnlriii, ,h„„l,| he
\> Iseonslll's vote.
Mil vo'KE.'. Nov. 11. nil',,,, i returns
(mm 17 ~nt ..I 1.. c .mil ,f Hie state re
lieket a 10 ! I.eliloeralle coin of I'l" t'-i"','!
compired wllh Ihe vote ol laai Atlhe-ain,.
rillo ihe Deiiioeratle gain will reduce Ibe
in ijorltv given n.r D-'pfa d. 20,7110. In ahom
11. ouu for Bl line.
win ( on. en...
Btai is. Nov ii.-Theßclohiug will eon
vena ou November Jgh,
LOS ANGELES. WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER L 2 1884. S.X PAGE EDITION.
111 l sPOKTITO M OKI 11
Mlniid s. rankest tlti> Real Tim.' on
I.exinuton, Ky., Nov. 11 — Maud H. has
proved herself n greater mere then even
lier owner, VaiulertiHt, or lier present
owner, Itobert Bonner, ever thought .he
was. Hiram Woodruff, au old time trainer
of trotting horaea, laid It down aa Iron clad
law that you could never have a laid mite
utter the frost had struck the ground. Last
week Ice lormed repeatedly aim took the
elasticity from the aoll. Holier headed men
like Dr. Holt aaid It waa too late for Hand
8. to attempt lo do what no horse except her
ksi. had ever done. I'iitliu-lilsl-. however
predicted that tlie record would be broken.
The day was bright for November, but tbe
expert does not look fnr his mlueUn. io be
llexible when the Indian summer Comes.
there ansa large gathering nf the very
beat people ol Ibe Blue lirass regional the
liiir grounds track. A placard waa console
wnisty posted on ihe grand stand, "No bet
ting allowed." Al half past eleven Ilalr
came mil behind the Queen, and gave her a
warming up mile in 2 Vfi. The ludgea
ami tinier., were Major fl. ('. Mellowell.
loi I K. West and W. 11. Wilson.
In the opposite stand Mr. ltouner had his
watch Hanked on both sides by (leu. ti. K.
Kohiiianu, Mr. 1.. F limadhcitil, Mr. lilrhard
Apderaol d Uniiiiltou Bu.-by. Theeundi
liona under wlilrli the performance was
im.de wen- written ill Ihe record hook as
fnllnwa: "Maud H will start lo heal hernwn
record of 2;ll% and should she heal Ibe
record the Woodbiirn farm, where she was
bred, will eomiuouiorate Iheaniilveranry by
awarding tyi her Ihroiigh the iveuliu-ky
Trotting Horse Itr.-eder.' As'sorlal ton a cup.
With the time made by- lier engraved
Hair logged around Hie track, nud went to
the head stretch. He came down the stretch
and nodded tor the word. The great mare
did not make a .ingle mistake. The time of
the first quarter was halt mile, 1:04:
three quarter pole, 1:117: aud here Mr. How
erinan joined her Willi a runner hitched loa
sulky. Ihe tlnish was strung. As the
Jmlr." slopped their walches at ■>:<»>,. a loa
Jorlty of oul.ide watches made 2:09.
The scene, when tlie queen returned tothc
stand for rlslr to weigh, was Indescribable.
It was the greatest performance of the kind
ever witnessed lv the world, and Kentuck
lens shouted as only Kentiicklans can. Mr.
Bonner's first ootiLtmiiilMot \ dispatch was to
Vanderbllt. The mare will now be tv mod
out for the winter.
s< HOI II I li s BKPOBT.
measure*. Advernlcu for the ll»
--proveruenl of Our Uf Hilary Ser
(.'Hirami, Nov. 11— The annual report of
Major-Oeneral Hchiifleld, commanding the
Division of the Missouri, as published to day,
treats ol the operations in that division dur
ing the past year. The roster of troops Iv
that division shows seven regiments and
two companies of rivalry, nineteen regi
ments aud one company of infantry, and
four batteries of field artillery. Tbe report
urges the necessity for liberal appropriations
to provide permanent shelter and barracks
for the troops in the division.
The (leneral refers to the destitute condi
tion of certain Indian tribes iv the Depart
ment of the Platte, ami urges means for their
He urges the necessity for a practical
school for field artillery, fashioned after the
schools of application for infantry and cav
alry at Fort Leavenworth. He mentions tbe
encampments ol the Illinois National (Jtiard
during the months of June and August,
when the Inspection of troops occurred by
Lieiltenantiailonel Sweilzer, of the Eighth
Cavalry, (leneral Sotiofleld, fn thla connec
tion, invites atteutlon to the Importance of
schools for the practical instruction of the
militia ol the several states. Theurgentueed
ts for the education of both officers
and men in the use of the modern
rifle in field manieuvers. it Is necessary,to
make the fire of the rille effective and Inthe
detail of army Ule, both In camp and in
garrlaon, one year of such Instructinn to
young men between seventeen and twenty
years of age would make, he argues, excel
lent soldiers, far more valuable than many
times their number of untrained mllltla.
The National (lovernment might well give
ressonable aid to these schools in money,
military materials, and experienced in
structors, such as would make the system
Inexpensive to tlie States.
Civil Service Kxaailnalleai,
W. -iiin.:to». Nov. 11.-A series ol exam
inations for applicants for departmental
service In Washington have been arranged
for December, for the West and South, as
follows: Friday-, December .Ith, at Denver;
Friday, Decemlier l'Jth, at San Francisco;
Wednesday, December 17th, at Los Angeles,
Cal.; Monday, December '2"2 d, at Fort Worth.
Texas; Wednesday, December 21th, at San
Antonio, Texas, and Saturday, December
-Tin, at Houston, Texas. These examina
tions will be of two grades "limited" and
"general." -Tlie limited is for copyists, at a
salary of t720 lo **» a year, and the general
is for clerkships, nt a salary of $1000 and
upwards. Persons desiring tnmakcappli
cation and he examined at these examina
tions can obtain application blanks and a
copy of the civil service law rules and regu
lations of the Postmaster at either of the
place, named, or of the Civil Service Com
mlsslfm at Washington: nud as lv moil
cases there will not tie time to admit of ap
plications being forwarded to the commis
sioner and notice of application returned lo
applicants, an application duly executed
may bo brought to the examination and
delivered to the chief examiner.
% Doctor of Serve.
Paris, Nov. 11.—The air tonight is cooler,
with a sharp frosty breeze. The majority of
Ihe Kuglish and American visitors are leav
ing the city for their homes. The French
government officials are sending their fami
lies into the country, and the aristocratic
portion of the community Is preparing lo
spend the winter nt their country seats. No
esses bave occurred at champs F.lyses as
yet OtmbU makes Ihe statement that a
servant ol a doctor was dying from cholera
and the doctor swallowed pills made Irom
the vomit of the deceased which produced
no deleterious effect upon the physician,
thus showing that the vomit ol a cholera pa
tient is not Infectious.
South American tuner..
Satmaoo, Chile, via London, Nov. 11 —
During the approarhlng varalion of Con
gross the Minister ol Foreign Affairs will
visit Araucsnia. accompanied by engineers
to survey the lands formerly of the Arauoa
nlan Territory, and examine personally ev
erything i concerning the establishment of
colonies. Reports from the south indicate
great progress In the construction of new
railways lo Traiguen and Victoria. More
than 2.000 men are employed on both rail -
ways. The completion nf the lines will add
greatly to the Interchange of national pro
duets lielvveen here and the south.
A Defaulter iiocinn-d Insane.
Washington, Nor. 11.—A decree of the
Supreme Court of ihe District <>f Columbia
adjudging insane .1. 0 P. Burnsidc, lite
dlßbiirsii.ifon.per of the Pof.tofl.ee Depart
ment, now under indictment for embezzle
ment, wan presented lit Ilie Secretary ot the
Interior to Amy, mnl upon this authority
Burnsidc wnH "committed to the government
hospital fur the Insane as -'an Insane person
Pnu.Arnci.fHM. Ph., Nov 11.-The Confer
ence- begun to-day with cloned doors at the
office of the American Iron nnd Uteel Associ
ation (mi out' side nr. 1 members of the (inn
Foundry Hoard of the tinted Stales Govern
ment appointed to inquire into thl best
meant for the manufacture of heavy guns
adapted to modern warfare: on the otherare
the representatives of the leading steel man
ufaemrers of the country.
The free Delivery Service.
Washington. Nov. 11.-The annual report
of the Superintendent nf ihe Free Delivery
service w|„ PM ., Kll increase of Are in free
delivery pnstofflces and -Mn more carriers
than the preceding year. Th" whole num
ber of pieces handle*, by tin-e (Trier* aggre
gated, I,MO,AM t iI7, an Increase of tf.'i.Bld.HM
or W. 30 per cent. Chicago comes next to
New York In the number of piece- handled
The Urrnan Mrnatr.
Hki —tU, Nov. 11.-The Senate today
el-ciod Baron DotMbM President. The
Baron urged upon the Senators the necessity
of enforcing respect for the ruling Constitu
tional Monarchy nnd the existing institu
tions of the country,claiming thai a peaceful
and regular working of the laws were the
only safeguards of the order, rights and lib
erty of the people,
fH'Bl.iN, Nov. 11.—Patrick N. Filagerald. a
Fenian suspect Mrresied iv I<on<lnn ta.nl
April, 00 » charge Of treason felony, whs
acquitted Owing to hit ao< t iilttai the
Crown has abandoned the Tuhherciirry cases
and all the prisoners were released They
were received by friends with great re-
An A bNeondln*- Caahler A r rented*
I.iMA.(\Maoalveaton, Tex.) Nor. II -Beu
nett. caehlerof the Hanoo .1 Italia, who ah
bonded wllh 9M.OM, was arrested at Ouya *
quil and Is now aboard a Chilian war shin,
ftf* brain is said to he affected
|/>\i>oN, Nov. 11. The annual wool sales
were resumed to-day. There was a good alien
dance, but no| active. A bad selection of sales
were offered, and the prices obtained were
only little altered from the last sales, which
amounted lo T.m bales of New South Wales,
MM New Zealand gnidev
in Faiaiemrnt In i«\ pi.
pMhOt Nov 11—Another attack waa mad,e
by Do- rebeli on Snaking last night, which
was promptly repulsed, and, tbe Kgypllaii
cavalry is now in pursuit of the living
Hem.*. mm i Pra>he>f»lv Wine In
HKATTi a, W. T., Nov. 11.-The election ia
still doubtful in this Territory. The chances
are in fever of V.vornees (Dent) tor Delegate
lo emigres* The only Issue between the
two parties was that of (he railroad- The
Democrat* ami dlsatfected Kepublloans de
manded the forfeiture of the land grant
which lanaed over seven years ago. They
have probably won their fight. Voorheoa*
estimated majority is about Ihrec hundred-
ItMMt AND TRADII.
The Stock Market.
New York, Nov. 11.—Governments firm At
the npenlng uf business on the Stock Ex
change to day the market was Irregular, hut
changes In prices either way were unim
portant. Alter the first call there was nn
advance ol 14 to 7 „ per Cent, trnion Pacific
nud Vilhderbllts being especially strong.
Subsequently Grangers and Central Pacific
weakened, Central Pacific falling off from
54% to 32, Northwestern Irom 83,', lo S2S 4 ,
aud 81. Paul from 71', to 7:: .„ Other active
shares were nut affected by this decline, lv
the afternoon business was more active and
there was a general advance iv price-. The
strength of the market frightened the small
er bears, who liegan to cover. The slum in
terest Is large, t'ninn Pacific leading at 1.83
(#3.46, New York Central t.t.-tterl.:l2. 1.-icka.
wiiuna l,:Ufn)i.lil, and St. Paul, v c-tern
Colon and Lake Shore Hal. 'lowar.l- the
close there was a reaction of ' . to 1., pet
twit, and the market lefl nff (inn. A repot!
was current early in the day Dial tlie liib.ll
Pacific Intended 10 Issue bonds to take up
Its dealing debt, but this was officially de
Hied. Compared with last iilghl'- closing,
f.ovcrnincnl Honda mill Ralloai
New York, Nov. II. —Threes, 10O!,; 41..5.
Ibfi;, Is. 1J1V; Central Pacific, :t!J 4 ; Deliver
A Rio Grande, 9',; Kansas Texas, lit,;
Northern Pacific. 17',; preleired. 4IJ»: North
ivcteiii.v... Now York li ill ral,S--.3,; Oregon
Navigation. 71 Trauscoiiliuental. 12..: lie
proveinent, 17, In. lib- Mail. -J; Panama, W:
Texas l-nrlflc, Vi: Cnlon Pacific. 19*,,;
t'lille.l Stales, 51; Wells Fargo, 5.; Western
The Money market.
New York, Nov. 11.-Money easy; l(a)2;
closed offered I; prime paper, .gtoil. Exchange
bills tinner, 791., demand, 63*..
New York, Nov. 11.-Petroleum steady:
New York, Nov. 11.—Produe evponsfor
The l.rnlu Market.
San Francisco, Nov. 11. -Wheat steady,
quiet; buyer, 81.-J7',; buyer season. |l. •• ii./oi
11.36?,. Barley steady, brisk: seller, B2C(a
»2!ic;seller season,'J|f.,..its93c: buyer, orAjcW
9«c; buyer season, tl Wolf 1. to.
(iiirtoo. Nov. 11.—Wheat easy; No
Yeinber:7-2».r(*72'„|. Deeeinber. Com easier:
42!|.c November: 38 : l;c Decemlier. Barley
LivEßPooi.. Nov. 11.-Wheat dull. Callfoi
nla club, lis rsl(a)Cs sd; red winter, (is id:
spring, 6s sd. Corn, 5s 41-jjd.
Han Francisco, Nov. 11.—Best and Belcher.
11.30: Chollar. 11.7.5; Crown Point, «0.6.'.;
Oould aud Curry, 10.90; Hale it Norcroas,
1280; Mexican, 10.70: Ophlr, SSci Potosi.
10.90; Savage, 10.90; Sierra Nevada. 10.60;
(Inlon Conaolidated, 60c: Yellow Jacket.
11.55; Grand Prize. —; Navajo, tS.SO.
Sea mill's I,eg is 11.111 re.
San Francisco, Nov. IL—With three coun
ties to hear Irom the Nevada Legislature
will stand: Senate, fifteen Republicans, five
Democrats: Assembly, thirty one Republi
cans, nine Democrats. Republican majority
011 Joint ballot, thirty-two.
Blatne'e Plurality In Oregon.
Portdanii, Ogn., Nov. 11.—Cnofficlal re
turns from every county in the Htate give
Blame's plurality at 2100.
Han Francisco, Nov. 11.—Superior Judge
Finn haa decided that the appointment of
W. M. Hinton by Governor Stoiieman as To
lice Commissioner In place of It. P. Hsin
mond Is Invalid.
AuopaTA, Me., Nov. IL—Mr. Hlaine re
mains quietly at home. He appear- to lie
waiting like everybody else, and occupies
himself about his ordinary affairs and en
tertalnlng Iriends who call.
Reported toy l.llleite A t.lbaon,
Examlnrrs of 'rules.
TuEsniv. Nov. 11th.
W J Brodrick tn Paul L Schmldlz S E 14
of Sec 26, 4 N. R If. W, »100.
E F Bealc In James Hefner S'J'li of SE \i
Sec 20, and HE l„- of SK 1, Sec 29, T 7 N, It 14
Doris I.lefers to tlustav Licfers—s acres in
lot 16. block A. Chapman tract. »HB.
Elisc Stein 10 Searle M Wren K)j of NW
V. snd SF. V A of N" V, nol N of }JW V, nf
NE y.Hec 27, T I S, It 10 W. fdtxiO.
I. M Fuller 10 Frank G Fuller—.l acres In
Ro Santiago de Santa Ana, love
E M Hamilton 10 George Addison—Right
to use "Hamilton Pipe Line," East Los An
George Addison to sterling C Newton-
Lots 11 and 15, block" A; lots 4, o, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
16, 17 and 18, hlnrk H. Addison trncl, Ea-t I.os
G W Vanre to A J Wmal-I'ntUvlded one
.twelfth of 1., of "J T Carpenter" water ditch,
Helen Clagk to A J Wood and Florence
Adams 1144 th part of "J T Carpenter"
A II Judson to Mrs Sar.ili S l.nleiiiai, Lot
20, Stephenson's subd'n of block 4. (1 irey
Place tract, 1250.
I. W BentxtnC S Comptiin -W ol lots,
Anaheim Extension, |300.
A J Wood and Florence Adams and J 11
Adams in WH Huff-Interest In "J TCarpen
ter" water ditch, $1.
Allen J Wood, Florence Adams and 1 H
Adsms lo W R lliiff-l! 'i of lot 4, block A,
Oge & Bond Iract. Ho.Santiagodc Santa Ana,
C S Compton to I. W Bents—Bond for deed
to W !, of Tot 9. Anaheim Extension, $30f.
A II Judson and G W Morgan to A C
Stephenson—River bit 7 and N 2 acres of riv
er lm s, llighlond View tract. «1275.
F. B Fowle to Mrs Sarah Van Kilbens— Lot
4, Childs tract, Ro San Kofael. ts.
R F Del Valle to Pedro 1 Dornalech- Lois
6, 9.10, 11, 26, 27, and 1, block 10, Moulton ad
Victor Beandry to Louise M Mlltlken-W
part ol lots 1 and 2, block A. Desnoyerstract,
W A Clinton, nianrhe E Clinton, hia wife,
and Emma M Phillips to Charles B Van
Every—Lot on north line of New Allsoslreet,
It Is not every tea dritiker who knows the
care that haa been taken In packing the
dried article for export. The tea leaf la so
sensitive that if exposed to the air, lor even
a short space of time. It loses the snhtile
and volatile properties wherein He Its
aroma, flavor aed strength. The ordinary
means of protecting tea i- l.y lining tlie tea
chest with sheet lead, but late Investigations
have shown that this practice Is so extreme
ly dangerous tn the health, that In many
cniintries lead packing for food articles is
strictly prohibited. Luckily tin affords a
safe and cheap substitute and that Is the
reason why the exporters nf all such high
grade teas as, for Instance. Kola Tea, em
ploy the Perfection Tea Can solely as a
SHILOH'S VITAI.IZER is what you need
for Constipation. Loss of Appetite, Dlzxlness
and.all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 50
and v.. cent.-, per bottle. SotdhyJ.C. Ilelnae
man, V 22 North Main street.
J. P. JANES,
Km-Ihe Seennrl Ward In Mi Augelee City.
A UPEOIAI. MKETINU OF THK
First Ward Democratic Clnb
Wll.l. BR HKl.n I'HIH
AT 7:110 O'OMH'K.
All offlelala Mild member* nf ihe Clnlt aea
roqneateil tv attend.
Hy.>r.|«r»( XXXi l TIVK i'iiMHITTKK
-A-. XT. TVIiIiIDK,
S*o«"i»« CJI » i ii ji
Kali- |HMI|I« g> RMMmHMI|»I
ii—,.s.--. nlm Mmn No. Ml. Main ll
.•mninnnSl, M 11* ntaol
IAM ANOKMM, - - - - I'AI.IPIIKNI t
A mm i. -ir.l,li'lniililiim lm m Twelfth
street, holweini Hill mnl Main, «M« JO
Innl alley In rear. Kiiqiilro nl Ihe .tihaerl*
l»r, Nn <0 Twelfth slreel, ail|nllllli|t Ihe lot.
MM M. K. WALKRR.
Notice of Executor's Sale of
Real Estate at Private
Notici 1- Rnny *uvkn, thnt in punt.'
mice i>f un onlt-r nf tho Superior Court of
the t'.iimiy of I.os Angeles, stuto of Cullfor
Din, nuile on (lie 27ih OU of BeptemlMßT, A
t>. UM, in ihe matter of the
Estate of Matthew Keller, deceased,
The >iiii!cr.-t)fnctl Kxeeutor of tbe lust Will
of snitl ileti-Hseti, will sell sit privoU- s-.U'. i,.
110- liiurlie-l i.i-l.li'i for r.ish iv «oht coin of
110 Hi i.e.. S!:ii,'s, i.ml stihjeet to cou 11 mil
lion I'Y siilfl Superior Court, on or Hfter
Iflonilii) tin llrsi liny off Decrm
bcr, A. D. IttNl,
All the riVht, UUe. interest timl eMAtO of lU«
Mjtiti MiiUlirw Ki-llei, tliTeiisi'ii, at the Unit
<>f hi> death, mnl nil the ritrM. title ami in
ti>re«t tltHt tin-HaitJ estate Im-. hy operntion
of law or otherwise. ae.|iilrwl other than or
in u'Mitiim to that of the sHhlilet*(*a>eil .it the
liiiif of hi* tleatli in ami to nit tin- following
(loseriheii nil t'>tate, siluatt-, lyln« ami hi'
lug hi the said County of Los Aiinelej., State
or Caltfornia. ami partlriiltirly !>ouuile.l ami
.leserihe.l n.- follow.-, lo wit:
Kir.-t—All tlnu coiUin lot ,ir parrel of lnml
sltunte, ! yiiii" ami behif! in the County of
Angeles, stale of California, and being a
portion iif the llaneho " rajmii.t" nmi panic
uUtly I ii miit) «x I ami cle.->rrltieil as follows, to
wit: Coinineiieiiii; ai Swiitm No. t of the
truei of land allnlifil mid set apart to Slut
tbew Keller hy final decree of partition
made and entered hv the IHMrlrt Court of
the l.th Jndieial IMstriet «>f the Slate of Ctli
foruhi in mid for tho County of Uts Angeles
on the 12th day of Septemher, IH7I. fll tlml
Pertain partition soil then mnl there pend
ing therein in which lleurhiiic Ahila and
■lose Maria Ahlli were plaiutiits a tut Petra
Ahila et al. .\ ere defendants, siid eauve In
iiiil uiiinlieied •■t'2t)o" on the of nc
tloiiH of said Conn, Mhl Station No. 1 being
identical with Stat ion No. ii In said deiiree
allotted to Vicente KlUahle; theuce West
7i> -10 100 i'lm his iii Station Nt». lof the West
eru I ndary line of the snld Raneho Til
j iul i. -iiiil itleiiiie.il ith Station No."_' ol tin
tract of hind in >aid decree allotted to I. W.
Hellman; thence South M titw chains lo
Station N.i. :: of this tract '.thence KaH 17 7.V
KM chains to stiuion No. I of thitstrart;tbence
North lik'g. 1.1 miv. Wot i a> 10ft clmintf to
StatlyoNu 6of thla tract; thence Eaat 31 1.1
lOUobrihiK to Station No. of thjs tract;
thence South l de-;. mm. West i:t 10-lttl)
ebnirih to Station No. 7 of this tract; tbence
Kast cliiiin-. to Siiiii.iii Nt>. 8 ol thin
tract; theuce North 4:. 1 . nw chains to Station
No. lof this tract, be!ni* tbe point of heglu
and com un in- i w - ! bed and forly
ntne«i>-IiJO(24«J sy ioj) acres of lain], nnd be-
Uig the lot of laud by Mid decree of parti
lion allotted to Matthew Keller, nnd refer
ence Is hereby made lo said decree of parti
tlon and the proper record thereof In the
office of the Coiintv Recorder of said County
of Los Angele.-. for further and more partic
Second—An undivided one-third (W| in
terest iv and to each of the following de
scribed lots or parcels of laud situate, lying
and being In the City of l,os Angeles, County
of Lo-j Angele* and State of California and
known aF the Subdivision nf the lands of the
Los Angeles City Canal and Reservoir Com
pany according to a map of survey thereof
made by William Moore, Surveyor iv IS7O,
which map is recorded In the office of the
County Recorder of 1.0- Angeles County In
Book No. '2 of Miscellaneous Record--, piige.i
>10and -211, to-wit:
Fractional Lot 1 in block 4:t, containing 15
Lot 5 in Block 4:!. containing ;L'> acres.
Division "A" of I,ol»; In block 4:t, contain
ing 17 WIOO acres.
Lot 8 iv Block :U. containing r. acres.
Fractional Lot 7 in Block ill, containing 2S
Lot S in Bbick 42, containing 35 ncres.
Lot 4 in Block 12, containing 35 acres.
Lot .1 in Block -0, cniii.lining 35 acres.
Division "B" of Lot 7 in Block 30, contaln
taiulng 17 .10-100 acres.
Fractional Lot 7 of Block i), containing 22
Fractional Lot 8 in Block 35 containing 34
I I 100 acres.
No. 2 in Block No. lit, containing:!-',
Division "A" of Lot I iv Block :'.», contain
ing 17 .IO 100 acres.
Lot 7 in Block :;4, containing :r> acres.
Division "It" of 1.. Biu Block at, contain
ing 17 .10-100 acres.
Division "» * of U>t 5 in block 29, contain
ing 17.10 100 acres.
Lotti In BUa-k 2J, containing :!1 acres.
1 in Block <'ouuiining 35 acres.
Division "A" of Lot 4 in Block :W, contain
ing 1710 100 acres
And reference Is hereby made to the said
map of subdivision of said c inal and Reser
voir lands recorded us aforesaid for further
and more particular descripiion of the Lota
I'i;i:Ms ami C.'MUTioNs op Su.K: ' ash iv
gold coin of the I'niied States of America.
Deed nt the expense of tbe purchaser
Bids and otter- may he made at any time
after the first publication of this notice and
before tha making of the sale- All bids and
orTersmust he in writing and left with the
undersigned Executor al his ofllce in the
Farmers' A Merchants' Bank, on the corner
of Main nnd Commercial streets, in the City
of Los Angelea.
Dated November nth. i**4.
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN,
Executor nf the last Will of Matthew Keller,
fllasaell. Smith and Patton, Attorneys for
the Executor. novl'2tndec2
And all the various diseases or the
Head, Throat and Chest, including
EYE, EAR AND HEART,
Sucessnilly treated by
H. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D,. M. C. P. S 0..
- At ' ~ North Main street, opposite the
Baker Block, LosAugeles.Calthjniin.
Proprietor of the Detroit;
Throat and Lung Institute
Al Detroit, Michigan.
Our California office is pcrsonallyconducted
by Dr. Williams, and is permanently
established for the cure of
C.'itnrrh, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asth
ma, Consumption, Catarrhal Ophthalmia
(sore eyes.) Catarrhal Deafness.
Also diseases of the heart Our system of
practice consists in the must approved Med
icated Inhalations, combined with proper
constitutional treatment. Having devoted
all our time, energy and skill for the past 18
years to the treatment of the above diseases,
we are enabled to offer the atllieted the most
perfect remedies and appliances for the Im
mediate cure of all those troublesome afflic
Catarrh is often regarded hy the patient as
a cold in the head, and he often expresses
his astonishment at hlsremarkable tendency
to contract a fresh cold: indeed he declares
that he is scarcely free from one cold before
he takes another, and yet lie is always ex
ceedingly careful; it Is also a matter of sur
prise to him that the cold always seems to
settle in his head and throat.
At times many of ihe symptoms of catarrh
may seem to abate, and the patient is led to
hope that the disease is about to wear off,
but another class of symptoms soon appear,
and be learns to bis horror that instead of
recovering from ibe disease, it is some
what changed in its character, and has ex
tended lo the throat. A sense of weari
ness is often felt In reading, speaking or
nlnglng; hoarseness at times occurs; a
sensation of dryness ts felt In the
throat, or it appears thnt some foreign sub
stance, as, for instance a hair, obstructed
the throat: there becomes a sense of lan
giior and fatigue, breath lessens upon a lit
tle exercise, a short, hacking cough, a pecu
liar sound fu clearing the throat, a feeling
aa though there was not room enough in the
chest to breathe—these aud other symptoms
occur after the disease has made consider
able progress. Then tt is a time when con
sumption Is about to begin its dreadful work.
Up to this time the progress of the disease
may have been slow, ami the patient may.
in expressing his confident hope tbat it will
"wear off," declare that he has had the
catarrh for years, and has not seemed to be
come much worse, and trusts that he Will
"b> ,■ and bye" recover; hut this delusion is
the grand error that has peopled our ceme
teries with consumptive forms, as all forms
of catarrh end finally in consumption
The remedies must be carefully adapted
tn the stage of the disease In each case, and
applied directly to the parts affected, which
may be done by the patients themselves,
wherever they may be, and without hin
drance to their daily occupation; and we
would hereby urge our eastern friends the
necessity of direct medication iv the treat
ment of these diseases and not to depend
upon the henefleial effects of the climate
alone for their restoration to health, as in
this way thousands find their way to the
grave, who wight have been cured with the
aid of proper remedies.
Inhalations are applicable to alt diseases
of ihe respiratory organs, including catarrh,
throat diseases, asthma, bronchitis, con
sumption, and thousands of eases can be
cured by this im-de of treatment when uolh
Ing else c,»n can reach them. A posltlvecure
effected iv every ease if taken iv lime
Consultation, free, and prices within the
reach of all.
l-hose who desire to nonsuit me fu regard
to their ense*. hnd tK-tlcr call al (be office for
an examination, but if Impossible to visit
ihe offlee personal I>, uiav write for "Mat o|
Questions' and circular. both of which will
be seni free of charge Address
M. Hilton Willliu, M D„ M. C. P. S, 0„
North Main SI , 1... Anfelta, Cal.
eieVo hnnra from 10 a * tv <F. M. sun
,L\ r,' ■ r M He.nlcnee, I.'. Smith
I harlly »«a>.
I' s }'r.>fer<»lmial . i.ll. made tk.lh lie
fore ami alter nffle-e huura. octlO-ltn
Al a liargalli, nn aoemiul of departure, a
«.uml pawn* iiroe.'ry Hinre. ra.li trade I'm
n»rileiilar-inquire : inter ..f Klttli ami
U>« Aintele. street.. lluvllMw
A .liver waleh. which the ..wrier can have
hy proving property, paylUE for thla adver
(Lenient ami ealllin: mi Ilie pn nrletorof the
St. .!,:.,!, Barber shop, m.v I.' 'I
NKW TO-DAY. NEW TO DAY.
Great Sals oi 'Wrapt SW!!
"JACOBYS CLOTHING HODSE,"
Junction Main and Spring Sts.,
' Tlie Peerless Ciottriiu, Eraporiam*or Soutbem California.'*
ITXT BLAST !
J f The creul lliinkrupt Sale of Messrs.
ituskopi, ,i cSinpany, BnoJ
NEW YORK CLOTHING
l\ i l\ Jusl reeeiveil nnollier liiirjeilivoiii'iif Mi ll's, Hoy-'
C.Jf Il> 1 \ I Voullis't'lotbhoi fiTiin ihat unfortunate
/\twnl' Two lilion Mars,n
/ V \\\ \ii I llfr iin.Vilt''|'rlai)s\i'li'l!ii 'n'l'lV belliflt'''jou' to bii">i
/ ' V- 'II I 1/1/ ivh.-110 i- you inli-11,1 p.iii'lnisiio; o 1 . .on.-
Lf /-) \Lki\ I 111 early, ul.i'i. tli ■ s,/,- „,.. still I
I; I s J '\/\\ II A yourself.,! (In- "II llll'. I'll A *411" ill selerl
M I /' I 7 1/1 illll tlie tlni-l nu.l i'b.-.ini.-l line of •''Tlerrlinilt
\ \ H \ I 1 it*. 'I'oilor" inn,te elollillli! ever tin.ran on llii
f, ;|V-VI VI \ y liio ini-i iiuinili " I iisiness lias sb,uvu v- ion
V I 1 V I I A I V elii-ively Unit .on ell'.,it iv proiMirinit mnl select
I 1 r y 1 /__, liii; (lii-tlio--look of (iotblni; was aiMireeisteil by
\ / MERCHANT TAILOR MADE
The Elegant Fit,
Variety of Styles and Material,
Artistic Cutting and Fitting.
Do not deny yourself the pleasure of examining our se
lections. An ocular demonstration is all you re
quire to be convinced of the truthfulnes
of our assertions.
We are the Headi|imrters for Boys' Clothing. This department wi- /j|lo| J \
have enlarged and now nave better facilities by fur /Jirl II in
In presenting to you the t I lVfß»i 1 /J\
LARGEST STOCK, Ua.ll \A
NEWEST STYLES, j| |L J
BEST MADE, F^-b^
And the most important being, j \\
The Cheapest in Southern California! r d/Sy 1\
It is Imposfiihle to enumerate the mnny styles and prices in this \ 1 f
small space, but a visit Irom you will convince the most \ 9 J
practical that we take the lead, both in prices and quality. ''Jy
Mmt U\ In nur
mm MAX •>" " ,,u '
Mmt MMm ' >llr
m\ m m tbe a lint the
%M MMT* l *"' (!■■
ULmW lireeu unil iliiu
In our Boot and Shoe Department !,, e r,K^
plete stock, from the common brogan to the finest calf hand sewed shoes and boots cannot
be found In this city.
In our Furnishing Goods Department SjtB^JBISS
tlous. and It Is now snaked with nil the varieties of the seasnn. We have also a full line
nl Kastern made
TRUNKS, SATCHELS AND VALISES.
In conclnslnn we will say that an invitation is extended to you to visit our various depart
ments and exuniine lioimls and prices. No trouble to show goods. Money
refunded if purchases are not satisfactory. Wirs,
JACOBYTS CLOTHffIG BOUSE,
Corner .function and Spring.
Orders from the Country receive Prompt nnd Peraonitl Attention.
J- "THE (JUSKN OF TABLE WATERS."
British AMital Journal.
" Most stiff, delicious, and wholesome."
New York World.
sale, io millions.
Of all Grocers, and Mineral Water Dealers.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The Leading Gun Store.
Wallier dks JSxxiittL.
lIAVK OPKNED TIIEIK NEW STOKE AT
NO. 37 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
And offer for sale the most carefully selected stock of
Guns and Sportinn Goods ever brought to Southern California.
CALL ANI> EXAMINE Vol cANMII FAIL TO BE I'LEANEH
.nnT-llio H, i.i.lrinu ■ stperlarlfT. BM 12
Batoryira and Wood-Bnrners,
The Southern Pacific Wood 00.
llmvo > Ibrut' lot ol the tl t quality nl
MESQUITE WOOD FOR SALE
In carloatl lots. Fnr a superior article ol
fuel this wood cannot t«e heat. For jaTwtlW
lars ami terms apply at offlee
H. P. WOOl> CO .
netlHtf N" I Market St.
ness. plea-nr.-. comfort ami enjoy KeW .
Mve* yon halt your passage money Aa
comfortable a* auv .male ol travel yet de
vised. A picnic -ni the mil- c-1 1>.
Kaat tor California once a month. Write
your friend* in the K**l about 11. Addreaa
It HI Haker ACo -t Clark street, Chicago,
or call at IH Court street, I'omeroe A Mill a 1
offlee.) Won Angele*, Cal. S. MTItOH N,
oM»l lm Mauagcr of iAugvles offlee
i \\jmW EVERYBODY!
THE IDEAL BICYCLE,
The tiemi Mini neAle.l m n-l fnr the
prlee M In Ihe I states.
Prlros from *:t;.;.0 to 9T5.U0.
BOYS' BICYCLES !
The I'rlterlou Sirnnn, hMmt*nme in ap
iwanniv .11.1 ...» |.rlee.l. I'rlee. from Jit)
iin ta. Slie. Irom :U In « Inches.
I On eihlhltlnn and fnr sale at
44 South Siirlux Street.
I .literal .1 I.e. .11 in l> it Mill, Send lor Ml
olofiie. il. A V HHANIIIH, Afeul.
I n.ol lm
gi.anl.ti UiKiiMite By Prol. A. I'll,**. 4
M.ni Mtrm. •nii>
i 20,000 yards Calico ."74 cents
' 7,000 yards Oinhams 5 cents
8,000 yards Lawns 6 cents
3,.>00 yards White Pique 6 cents
D,OOO yards Dress Goods from 5 to 5o cents
5,000 yards of Brown andJßleached Muslin 6 cents and
5,000 yards of Summer Dress Goods Just Received.
6,000 pairs of Gloves from sc. to $1 a pah
6,750 pairs of Hose for Ladies at 7 to 35 cents
1 8,650 pairs Children's Hose 5 to 15 cents
1325 Corsets from 2oc to $1
10,000 pairs of Ladies' Shoes from 75c. to $3
j 7.5°° pairs Children's Shoes from 25c. to $1.25
1 20,000 yards Ribbons from 2 to 75 cents a yard
1 20,000 yards of Lace from 1 to 50c. a yard
20.000 yards of Jaconet Edgings from 2 to 40c. n yard
. 10,000 Ladies' Mats, trimmed and untrimmed, from 25c.
. 1 0,000 Children's Hats from ioc. to $1.
6,000 Plumes and Tips from ioc. tosi
6,000 Bunches Artificial Flowers from ioc to $1 a bunch
Also a large stock of
Boys' & Men's
MEN'S HATS AND SHOES I
Underwear for Gents and Ladies and everything kept in
a ijfeneral variety store and prices are always cheaper than
elsewhere. Call at
239 Main Street.
J. C. BRIGHT.
We will make Monday the most attractive day
of our great 49c. Sale. The entire line of a manu
facturers' samples or Lace Goods, including Silk,
Spanish Lace Ties and Fichus, Collars, Collarettes
elegant Lace Vet Fichus, Neckwear or all kinds in
Lace and Net—sill at the uniform price oi 49c, Tor
one, two and three or a kind. Hundreds of attract
ive novelties Tor Monday. Cnme early for choice.
N. B.—Country orders promptly filled. Our Illus
trated People's Protector and Price List mailed free upon
application. Handsome cornice poles given away with
every pair of lace curtains or six yards of curtain net.
TO ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS
j 0m 3 Nib Patent Mortice Lock,
I - \\\\\m\\\\\\ O '» swtker.
Z 888888 jl nut*.
111 5 .STRONGEST. MOST DURABLE
l, I — MORTICE LOOK in use
5 I Laaalaaaal iA'-™ l .. tMrk.uw. ol Joan: no In Mb
tk nTi vim n.- ,i m,r to (el lour*: II I. lufanitHi .11*
H W~' BHIW ' *<-°l**. »l«ovc uml I*l,l. .ml ~H)MukM.ntlv not llabb to
g MtM i WPH !•««•: uallut, lb.«utn >l U Trl It
S § Brown & Mathews
Z I mmma \\ *21 ANO 23 NORTH SPRIHC STREET,
■■fl JO Lot* aiiiii mm i
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