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Incongruities of Hereditary
THE TIME RIPE FOR REFORM.
The Parnell Commission's Keport
Approved By the House
Associated Press Dispatches to the Hkbal
London, March 21.—1n the Common
this evening Labouchere moved th
abolition of hereditary representation iv
Parliament. He said the people vrouh
not much longer tolerate the idea of sev
eral hundred men, born with the priv
ilege to interfere with the Governmen
and to legislate as a class. The House
had the spectacle before it of men ex
eluded from the Jockey Club and warnet
off the race courses, and yet able to inter
fere with the legislation of the nation.
The motion was rejected, 201 to 139.
The Marquis of Salisbury moved in the
House of Lords today that the report ol
the Parnell commission be approved.
He said the Parnellites congratulate!
themselves on being found not guilty on
certain charges, but there waa evidence
to show that tne Parnellites in Parlia
ment were ready to make use of crimes
committed by Parnellites outside of Par
liament. The Irish Parliamentary party
had their hands on the throttle valve of
crime (hear, hear), and let go or r,
strained criminality as their politi
cal necessities required. How could
the country to committing the
government of Ireland to men thus
linked with criminality and immorality,
The commission had laid bare and indi
cated the spirit of this aspiring of Ire
land. Here were the men whose poli'l
cal objects were systematically pursued
by meanß leading to outrage and mur
der, and their political career ought to
warn the country beforehand what would
be the fate of loyal adherents to the
crown if these criminal conspirators got
control of Ireland.
Baron Herschell attacked the one
sided character of Salisbury's speech in
referring only to the charges on which
the Parnellites were found guilty and
omitting mention of the grave charges on
which they were acquitted by the ver
dict. Public opinion was on the side of
the Parnelli es now, and when the story
of the episode was fully written on the
pages of history, condemnation would
not rest upon the Parnellites, but would
concentrate upon their accusers.
Lord Kimberly said the whole case
was pivoted upon forgeries, and it was
only just to record that the charges
basi-d thereon had collapsed.
Lord Spencer said he could not support
the motion without also recording the
great wrong inflicted upon Parnell. The
old methods of governing Ireland had
failed, and the only remedy was to throw
upon the Irishmen the responsibility of
managing their own affairs.
Lord Roseberry severely censured thi
Government for offering no reparation t >
Parnell and for taking no steps to punish
the Times. He concluded with an elo
quent reproach and warning to tbe Irish
aristocrcay, saying all history gave evi
dence that aristocracy separated from
the people was doomed.
Salisbury's motion was adopted with
Wll.is AT BERLIN.
Tne Prince of Wales Visits His
Ncpbew, the Kaiser.
Berlin, March 21. —The Prince of
Wales arrived this morning. He was
received by the Emperor, Empress
Frederick and daughters, and a number
of Princes of the reigning families of (he
German Empire. When the Prince
alighted from the train, the English
National Anthem was played by a band
The Emperor and Prince entered a
carriage and were driven to the castle,
escorted by cavalry. The Emperor was
attired in the uniform of a General of
English-dragoons. The Prince of Wales
wore the uniform of a German Genera).
A large crowd along the route warmly
cheered the Emperor and Prince, a
banquet was given at the Schloss this
evening. Emperor William toasted the
Prince of Wales in a most complimentary
manner, expressed thanks for the recep
tion given him in England, and drank to
the continuancy of the good relations be
tween the two nations, and hoped their
fleets and armies might still cooperate in
the cause of peace. The Prince cf Wales
thanked the E m peror for the compliments
paid Uim, and drank to the welfare of the
Emoeror and Empire.
General Yon Caprivi, the new Chan
cellor, had a conference today with Bis
The Berliner Naehritchen says the
Emperor declines to accept the resigna
tions 'if the Prussian Ministers, and that
the rumors of a. vision cf the ambassa
dorship appointments are prematura.
It is reported that Herbette, French
Ambassador here, will resign after the
conclusion of the Labor Conference.
Paris, March 21 —The Siecle asserts
that Count Yon Munster, German Am
bassador at Paris, will succeed Herber'.
Bismarck as German Foreign Minister.
The Duke of Manchester is dead.
Edmund Swetenholm, Conservative
Member of Parliament for CarnavVw, is
In many parts of Switzerland the vil
lagers are retreating to tbe valleys, enor
mous avalanches being imminent.
The Cuba sugar crop this year will
show an increase of ten per cent., com
pared with the previous crop.
A workmen's meeting at Koopennick,
Germany, growing too demonetrative,tbe
■*Sfie idarmed undertook to suppress it. A
riot ensued in which one gendarme was
killed and many injured with stones and
Three American crookß, Lacklose,
Smith and Robinson, were arraigned in
London and remanded, for attempting to
steal $5,000 from tne City bank.
An Italian journal says the Socialist
Deputy Costa lias to America. The
Chamber has been discussing the legality
of his arrest to undergo a sentence of
three years' imprisonment for resisting
To the Public.
The Willamette 8. M. L and Manufacturing
Company having this day retired from the re
tail lumber business in Ljs Angeles, have sold
their stock to the Qanahl Lumber Compauy,
and will devote their entire attention to the
wholesale trade from their yard at Bedondo,
Cal. Mil., at Portland, Or. Special bills cv
to order. Orders from the trade solioited. A
fall assortment of red wood and pine constantly
on hand. Ihe Willamette Steam Hills Lumber
and Manufacturing Compauy: Cbai. Wler,
agent. Address: P O. box No. 703, Station 0,
Los Angeles; or Bedondo Beach, Cal.
Important to Ladies.
Ladies' department at tbe Ham*am open
Tuesda; »nd Friday evenings until 10 o'clock.
THE LOS ANGELES DAILS' HERALD* SATURDAY MoKNING. MARCH 22 1890.
A Little Trouble in Brazil.
Rio de Janeiro, March 21.—The res
ignation of the Governor of Rio Grande
de Sul, several days ago, almost equaled
in importance a Ministerial crisis. Since
the appointment of General de Lotas to
that office, the Republicans have taken
offense at his action, and the o position
aimost amounted to a revolt. The mat
ter was finally settled, bovrever, by his
miner* Return to Work.
London, March 21. —Many colliers re
sumed work yesterday and more returned
today. By Monday a large maj jrity of
the men will be at work. Dispatches
from tho mining districts report the men
everywhere going to work.
Berlin, March 21.—Coal mine owners
n Brunswick have granted an increase
of wages to the striking miners and the
mcD have gone back to work.
The Last Boulauitlst Senator.
Paris, March 21.—Naqnet resigned his
seat in the Senate today. He said he
only entered the Senate in order to secure
a divorce. He prefars to be iv a cham
ber elected by popular suffrage. The
reading of his resignation caused an up
roar. Naquet was jeered on leaving the
Benate. He was the last Boulangist
Is believed to be waited by poisonous mlasrr.
arlsi ng from low, marshy land or from decay In
vegetable matter, and which, breathed Into th
lungs, enter and poison the blood. If a health
condition of the blood is maintained by takin
Hood's Sarsaparilla, one is much less liable t
malaria, and Hood's Sarsaparilla has cared man
severe cases of this distressing affection.
A Wonderful Medicine.
"For malaria I think Hood's Sarsaparilla ha
no equal. It has kept' my children well righ
through the summer, and we live in one of th
worst places for malaria in Marysville. I tak
Hood's Sarsaparilla for that all gone feeling
with great benefit." Mrs. B. F. Davis, Marys
"My daughter Pearl was taken with dengni
(or break-bone) fever 2 years ago, and my friendi
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and gained 15 pounds. I thank Hood's Sarsa
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Bold by druggists. «; six for ?5. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass
100 Doses One Dollar
Change of Agency.
To Whom it May Concern:
We have this day sold and transferred our
agency of the Qui en lusurance Company to Q
A. Dobiason, of 214 S. Broadway, and bee to
recommend bim to tho patrons of said company
for a continuance of their generous snpport.
T . , „ A. SUMNER A CO.
Los Angeles, March 8, 1890.
T l ?^ , V? enoyo, the Queen insurance com
pany having been transferred to the under
signed, tho patrons of the company will be wel
comed at the new office,
No. 21* South Broadway.
Mr. E. M. Thomson, the late manager of the
company's business here, will lv future repre
sent me for the various Are Insurance compa
nies included in my agency.
Q. A. dobinson;
meh9 2w 214 S. Broadway.
Telephone No. 385. P. O. Box 1555.
C. RAPHAEL & CO.
Junction Downey Avenue and San
Grain, Wool, Merchandise and Household
Goods Taken in Storage.
Cash Advanced for Freight and all Class of
Storage, etc., etc.
Railroad Bwltch to Our Dooor.
marl 2 3m Correspondence Solicited.
A. Speedy Cure Warranted.
DR. BELL'S GERMAN EXTRACT CURES
all private, chronic, syphilitic urinary,
skin and blood diseases; catarrh, lung affec
tions, female complaints, and all such diseases
as are brought about by indiscretion and ex
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Frnnch Wash cures all prlvp.te disenses, blood
poison, old sor?s and ulcers, G. & G. in two or
three days, $1. No preparation on earth equsl
to it. For - ale only at tse celebrated BERLIN
DRUG STORE 505 South Sprinu street, Los
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Catalogue sent free. Address: WM. T,
COMSTOCK, »3 Warren St., New York.
The Pacing Stalllou !
STANDARD TROTTING BRED.
W&ssSWSA will mike the 6eason of 1890
at Kla Hills Farm, corner ol Downey avenue
and Alta street. Oashwood hy Legal Tender,
sire of Red Cloud, 2:18. Rowdr Boy, 2:13% and
many others in 'he <:30 list ; dam by Volunteer
(sire of St. Julien, 2:11%, and thirty others in
tho 2:30 list; by hysdyk's Habletonian.
TERMS—SSO the season with return privilege,
provided the horse is Btill owned by me.
Pa sturage $3.00 a month. All mares at owners'
GEO. HINDS, Owner.
J. Romkro, Manager. marll-lm
Boy your Hardware, Tinware, Cook, Oil, Gas
and Gasoline dtoves, and get your flumbing
and Gatfittiug done by
CHAPMAN & PAUL,
Nos. 12 and 14 Commercial St., and
314 South Spring: St.
Telephone No. 422. Branch 418.
Dry Goods House
lOIa Ladies' Jersey Ribbed
2 TINDFR VFSTS 2
Worth2oc U ..1 1/U 11 1 UU 1 U Worth SOc
New Hosiery 1 New Jerseys l
/11/ i Ladies' Jersey Ribbed /lIA
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Worth 36c w T Worth 35c
NEW SATEENS. NEW WHITE GOODS.
| —THREE FOR ONE DOLLAR— Ar A
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•IT Ladies' Colored Lisle Thread fIT
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NEW SCOTCH TARTAN PLAID SURAHS.
L | j Ladies' Lisle Thread rv I IA
fJU UNDERVESTS V\JV
Wo 5c Worth 85c
WATCH ODE PROMT WINDOWS.
201, 203. 205 Sonfch Spring St., Corner Second.
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Having Purchased the Entire Stock of
Of the Late Firm of
WALTON & WACHTEL
I offer the same to either dealers or private parties
AT LESS THAN ACTUAL COST
I have determined to close out the stock as soon as possible.
Intending purchasers will serve their interests by giving
me a call.
J. V. WACHTEL,
312, 314 AND 316 SOUTH SPRING STREET
UNPARALLELED OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE A
Bearing Orange or Lemon Grove
On the True Oriinge Belt of Southern California
ON THIS CO-OPERATIVE PLAN!
The Cucsmonga Land and Improvement Company have selected 20 ten acre tracts for the pur
pose of planting and cultivating the same ior non-reddent investors for a term
of 5 years. The tracts to p.anted to navel oranges or lemons.
SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS NOW OPEN. For full particulars and terms call or address
The Cucamonga Land and Improvement Co,
marB-lm Room 7, No. 11 Temple Street, LOS ANGELES, CAL.
its 1.-M-.oii s.
JOE POHEIM, The Tailor,
Of an immense stock of fine Spring and Slim
mer Goods, snch as have never been exhibited
on this Coast. Vine tailoring at modera c prices.
Blegant, Business Suits made to order
trom $2?> 00
Stylish Pants made to order from . 6.00
Fine Silk-lined Overcoats made to
Stylish Eug lsh Walking Suits made
to order from 30.00
Fine French Pique and Beaver Suits
made to order from 40.00
And all other Barmen's in like proportion.
These are prices never offered before. All
garments made by first-class mechanics.
Perfect fit, hestof trimmings and workmanship,
guaranteed or no sale.
JOE POHEIM, The Tailor,
141 and 143 South Spring: Street,
Bryson-Bonebrake block, Los Angeles.
203 Montgomery st., 724 Market st , 1,110
and 1,112 Market Bt., San Francisco. 600J
cor. Slxih, Sacramento, Cal. 105, 107 ,l "d
109 Santa Clara, st, Ban Jose. Cal. 182s
Mariposa st .under Grand Centra! hotel, Fresno
Cal. 1.021 snd 1,023 Fourth st., San I'iego,
Cal. 73 Morrison st., Portland, Or *20
The Gem v.' the San Gabriel Valley,
Only Three Miles trom City Limltr r>!
Property of San Gabriel Wbie fto.
LOCATED AT SHORB'S STATION
On liDe of 8. P. B. B. and Ban Qabrtel
Vsiloy Eapld Transit K. 8.,
From JO to lis minutes to tbe Plus, Lm As
OHBAPBBT arsOBBAN TOWW LOTS.
VILLA SITES, OB
AOK3AGX FBOFKtt I
Inexhaustible qsv.itit: o - x»».#ite»l.
Apply at Office ol
BAN OABEIBL WINE CO..
Baraona, I «nty. Oal.
m7tf Or to J, M TUCBNA.N, Bamona.
MULLEN JM k It
N. W. CORNER SPRING AND FIRST STREETS
Announce their Spring opening to take place
Saturday March lSih, 1890,
When they will exhibit an elegant new stock of
MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
As well as all the Novelties in Furnishing Goods.
We cofldentially invite our customers and the public to an inspection of our goods and prices.
We Close at 6 p. m.
Saturdays at 10 p. m.
And ask our citizens to sustain us in giving shorter hours to our employees.
MULLEN, BLUETT & CO.
THE BEST DOMJESTIC
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Gf-eneral Office, 21 North. Sprint' Street.
Crown Point Coal Mining Co..
MINERS AND DEALERS IN
General Office, No. 21 2% North Spring Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL. f25-6m
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Scientific and Practical Optician,
209 N. MAIN STREET,
Opposite New U. 8. Hotel.
Testing of eyes FREE by the latest Improved
methods. Physicians prescriptions and mail
orders carf fully filled. Artificial eyes inserted
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on premises a specialty. f 14 tf
this is NOT
This is OUR WAY of fitting glasse
We make the correct scientific adjusting of
glasses nnd frames our specialty, and guar
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W*"** • »w« price are stamped on the
bottom. If the dealer cannot supply you,
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$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Fine Calf, Heavy Laced Grain and Creed
Best In the world. Examine his
!5.00 GENUINE HANO-NEWED SHOE
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a. ?r> & M WORKING MEN' S SHOES.
2.00 and 51.75 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
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