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Repmtof observations taken st f.oi Angolas,
May 27, 1S03: ♦
Da. m S0<: •
> p. m. 29.9K
Maximum terupernturo, 73.
Minimum temperature, 54.
Forecast tot Southern California: Fair
weather: waraser; north to west winds.
The many frienda of Mr, and Mrs.
John Mnsso will be sorry to hear of the
loss of tbeir little infant daughter, who
died at the grandmothet's residence,
Mra. M. G. Rantacru/., 022 Upper Main
Btreet, at the early age of 3 months.
Police Officer 1,. R. Harris became
the proud father yesterday of a 12-pound
boy, on account of which he is going
•round with a swelled head nnd cigaie.
A pleasant little affair took place yes
terday at the hall of the F. M. A. lodge
on Main street, where Henry Dscker,
past president of the order, was pre
sented with a valuable watch charm en
graved witb the initials of the order.
At the conclusion of the ceremony neat
speeches were made by S. E. Dugan, 11.
Decker and others.
The exercises last evening et the regn
lar weekly meeting of the Theosophjcal
society at Lawrence hall, No. 525 sth
Btreet, were of a very interesting kind.
They consisted in the reading of a few
passages frorr. an ancient
work, the "l'.hagavad Oita," by Dr. Q.
Mohn ; and able written paper en
titled An Answer to Objections to the
Doctrine of Keinoirnation, by Mr. E. B.
Ram bo, of Han Francisco, which was
followed by a discussion of the various
pointß brought out in tho paper, and
the answering by the president, Mr.
Nenbauer, of questions from perrons in
tbe audience. Thia lattor is a very sat
isfactory feature proceeding at the meet
ings. The audience was quite large and
a very attentive one.
Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Hicks and little
daughter arrived in the city yesterday
afternoon from their home in Tucson,
A. T. They expect to make Loa Ange
les tholr permanent homo.
Byron H. Roaenb]att, of the Rosen
blatt Wine company, Han Francisco, ar
rived in this city last Bator day. Mr.
Rosenblat has hontn of friends in town,
and his Visit* aro always looked forward
to with ploosnre.
Bring te)ir old silver mid Mexican
.dollar! and have them made over Into
all kinds of silverware. Bauemont Times
For choice roontn and sausage, try
Louie Streuber, 138 North Main Btreet.
Tel. 100. Orders promptly attended to.
Dr. A. %, Valla, physician and snrgeon.
Office and residence, 120 North Main,
new McDonald block ; telephone "84.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office W6Bontn Spring
street. Office tiourß from Bto 10 a. m.
and 2t05 p. ro. Telephone .140.
Visitorß to Kedondo Reach will please
note the Ktimmer time card No. 10 ot
Redondo railway in another column.
Honour's lloor paint dries hard over
night TT, R, Kowers ,4 Hons, agents,
420 South Spring street.
Accommodations will b9 /nrnisbed for
all wbo vißit San Diego, May 30th.
Round trip, $3.50.
A fine line of gasoline stoves, ico cream
freezers and refrigerators at Paul's, 130
South Maiu street.
Free bus for Hotel Jackson, Santa
Monica, meets all trains. Meals 50
Fine watch repairing nopeciaUy. Oon
rodi'a, Spring and Franklin. Reason
Hotel Jackson, the only first-class
bouse at Santa Monica.
Insure With A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Dr. Lindley, 331U' South Springetreet.
IWamnrlal Hervloni at Hold tars' Iluuin.
Tomorrow (Tuesday), diatinguiehed
epeakers, fine mimic Trains leave
Southern Pacific company's Arcade de
pot 0:20 and 10:20 a. m. Round- trip
Plumbing a Npaclulty.
All orders promptly attended to by
the W. O. Furrey company, 160,161 and
163 vNorth Spring at.
One bottle of Pmith'a Dandruff Po
made is guaranteed to cure any cane, or
money refuuii id. Bale by Oil' &
Vaugliu, cornei Fourth and Spring,
£. I). List, notary public. Legal papers esre
fnlly drawn. lU7 W. Second; telephone) 105.
Mrs. Kstloß Pleklt, not?rj public; convey
ancing a specially. No. 207 New Hljh St.
Orand Nlmvlnif ConMst
Will tako place ai lMrnvereln Hull on Tucs
day evening, May 30th. Six of the fastest
razor wlelders In Southern California will
participate In the event, which will no doubt
bo well ,* 'three prizes will bs
Fast India Her* Tea Cures
Constitution, UUotune nnd hoad-sohe.
•leanses tho System,sMmr ,i s tbo llror ami
kidneys, makes new Inood. Entirely vegem
ble. Sample froe. EI. M. BALE A ION, agents,
220 South Spring street.
Largest Btook of Frail and V«;;etul»lea.
Strawberries In great viiriety, tbo best In the
woild.at Alrhouso Broa.', 105 W. FiMt Btieoi,
Yon can buy at coat at lfoittroni A Strasburg's
Closing oul ssle.
Olass Fnctorlua Closed Hon,
Elwood, Ind., Mnv 28.—The Diamond
Plate Glass company ol thie city has an
nounced thai tha factory will be closed
down for au indefinite period. As the
factory was lately made part of the glass
trußt the opinion ia expressed that they
wißh to dupoee of the surplus stock.
The Kokomo factory will also he closed.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latent U. S. Gov't Report
Subscribers to the H*BAm,both Daily
and Weekly, «re entitled to the follow
ing valuahle premiums if theyeend their
namee and addreeaea and a two rent
postage atamp to the following pub
lishers: Firat, Table and Kitchen, a fine
cookbook wi' h numerous receipts' and
new hints of the greatest value to house
keepers. Addreea Price Raking Powder
company, Chicago, 111. Second, the
Veterinary Oroide, a complete trentlie
on horses and their diseases. Address
Dr. Kendall company, Knosbnrgh Falls,
Beautify yonr homes. Cover np your
fireplaces fer the summer by getting
one of those nice fire serenes at Sanborn,
Vail A Co.'a, 133 S. Spring st reet. They
have jost received a large stock in all
sizes and etyles of finish, in single pan
els and three folds. Also a (nil line of
dressing mirrors for the ladies; these
are handsome, good and very cheap; all
finished to match room decorations.
For Cetalina llland I Kvery Saturday,
until further notice, ths steamer Falcon
will make tripa to Avalon, connecting at
flan Pedro with Southern Pacific com
pany's and Terminal railway's morning
trains, returning Monday. For further
Information apply tc the Wilmington
Tianiportarioti company, 130 Waat Sec
Free lecture at Turner hall, Monday
evening. May 20th, at 7:30, by W. I.
Koley of the I.os Angelea bar. Subject:
Giordano Bruno, tho Infidel Martyr.
Preceded by a musical and literary en
tertainment urtrler the auspices ot the
Liberal Progressive union.
One thonsand dollars reward for any
sewing machine that will do aa great a
range of work, doing it as easily if as
well, as can be done on the Advance
Davis, or Vertical Feed Davis sow
ing machine. Fer particulars call at the
Davis office, 12H South Main streot.
Tbe Germain fruit company arc the
sole agents for Southern California ior
Pabst Mrewlne Oo.'a Export and cele
brated Bine Ribbon beer. These beers
are bottlod at the brewery in Milwaukee
only. Ring np tel. No. 12.
Union made bread and pastry, fresh
every day at 3 p. in., at tbe Original
bakery, 113 Weat .First street. Our
specialties: Strawberry shortcake, Ger
man rye bread and pumpernickel. Oof
lee and lunch parlor connected with the
Dr. Charles dftSzigethy ie now located
In the Bryaon-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence, Baker block. Office hours, 11 ;30
to 3:30. Sundays end evenings by ap
pointment. Office telephone, 1156; res
idence telephone, 10r>6.
Go to Ebinger's restaurant, best
French dinner and order house in the
city. Everything firflt-claas. Attentive
white waiters:. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget the place, aouthwest corner
Third and Spring.
Over the grade of onr lumber there is
no question. We will satisfy yon in
prices and quality. Let us make you a
Did on your bill in writing. Willamette
Lumber company, 201 South Spring
street, Los Angeles.
During the absence of Oapt. Emil Har
ris of the California State Detective Bu
reau, 10 Court street, at tho world's fair,
hia office will be under the management
oi Captain Moody and com patent opera
If you wlahfirst-clnsn artists' materials
nt reasonable prices, get them at Lich
tenberger'a art emporium, 107 North
Main street. A now and full assortment
of picture frame* moulding now in stock.
l,»wn tennis shoea, any Bize, 65c; car
pet slippers, men's or ladies', 350; line
I light men's shoes for the season. $2 50,
|at tho cheapest place on earth for boots
and shoes, lis Fast First street.
For a nice, qniet room go to the
Boehme block, Second street, near TTtah
avenne. Low rates. Also first-class
rooms at the Boehme Villa, Ocean ave
nne, Santa Monica.
Dr. Annie Ramborger Hammell, the
well-known dentist, formerly of Phila
delphia, has opened an office In the
Stowell block, on Spring street, rooms 20
Illieh's restaurant, 145 and 147 North r
Main Btreet. Fverythirig new and first- J
class. Private apartments. Fresh fish, j
oysters and game daily. Opon all night. J
To save time, money and much Buffer
ing, take Arabian Headache Powders. It j
is the beet and safest remedy yet discov- j
•red for headache and neuralgia. !
Lumber, lumber, lumber; dirtcheap. (
Who sells it dirt cheap? Why, we do. (
Let us figure your bills. Clark & Bry- (
»00, 123)4 West Second Btreet. ,
Littleboy'a pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Priceß bsvo been reduced.
Twke your prescriptions there to be j
tilled. 311 S. Spring blrcet. i
The only Keeley Institute in Southern I
California is at Riverside. The Los An- |
gelei office ia at rooms 64 aud 65, New .
\ v iison block. '
W. K. Burke, notary public, fire in- '
surance, money to loan on real estate,
lowest rates, 213' £ Sorth Spring Btreot
(up stairs). 1
Mra, A. Mendenhall, hnirdre!>Binf£ and
manicuring, 107 Noith Spring Btreet,
room 23, Shnmacher block. Shampoo
ing dona at residence if desired.
Mrs. Dr. Wells, officee in her brick
hlock, 127 K. Third strer ', between Main
and Lob Angeles. Specialty, diseases of
Dr. Hi C. Ttoyer, physician and sur
geon in charge. The Hammam baths,
320 South Main street.
For a trood table wino order our Sonoma
Ziufnndel atSOo per gal. T. Vache At Co.,
cor.Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Dr. Price, M. R. C. V. S., veterinary
surgeon; Californiaetables, 373 N. Main
st. Ofßon tel., 4<?; resjdotice tel., 1195.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
p'l.vsiclane nad surgeons, have removed
their offices to 117 South Main street.
Let Koro & Kantrowitz, the Broad
w. lailors, mate yon a spring suit. 214
South Broadway. Fit warranted.
Mias Kittie Arliae Loomie will Bing
>V uday night at Turner hall.
Gano Henry, real estate, Bur bank.
Another Foster Assignment.
FoaTORiA, Om May 2S. —N. Purine and
C. Foster, predeecßao.s to ihe Fostoria
llrfsß and Iron Works company, as
signed to J. D. McDonel last night. Lia
bilities, $30,000; assets considerably
LOS ANGELES HERALDx MONDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1893.
THE ART OF RIATA THROWING.
Arizona Charlie Tells Some
thing About the Matter.
It Is Purely a White Man's Weapon
of Offense and Defense.
Arizona Charlie Olwes an Interesting
Talk Abunt the Use of the Rlata
and the Co-operation of
"One curious thin? about the riata,"
aaid Ar-zona Charlie yesterday, "ia that
there isn't a tribe of Indians that can
"Why curious ?-^^^^^^^^^^
"I have always understood," replied
the tall proprietor of the Wild West
•how, patting his long hair behind hia
care, "that the Comanche Indians were
onco experts with the'rope,'and there
is o tradition that thoy were the pa
tentees, ao to apeak, of its use in this
country. They don't know the firat
principles at the present time, or any
other Indians I know anything about."
"Ie it such a difficult thing to learn ?"
"No, I can't say thatpt is among the
white peoplo. They eeem to have a
knack for learning, but the Indinnscan't
do it. It seems strange, too, because
they aro good horsemen. It depends a
great deal on the hnroe an well as the
"DM you over see tho lariat, or as the
Rpanteh word is, la liata, used in the
foreign countries where you have trav
"Not one, There were no people any
where who know anything about it,
nnd it was a constant source of amuse
ment to roe to see the amazement with
which they saw how cattle could
be handled in that way. in Australia
they use a kind of whip, and the cow
boy is a thing unknown to them. It is
on art that aa far as I know is peculiar
to America at the present time.
"Now, I'll tell you," said Charlie,
warming on as if the subject interested
him, ""the native Californian, to my
mind, ia the best in the line of tho lariat.
By that I meaa, of coarse, theArizonans
and through the territories, because
they nearly all came from native Cali
fornia stock. In the early days they
were the experts nnd they, have kept on
being that, although they are hard
pressed by the husky young tellows
from all over the country who have
made the name of cowboy a distinct
term in the history of the west. When
t comes to the 'get there' people who
throw the riatfi as if it belonged to
them, though, the native Californian is
tho 'boss.' Before the present day,
when everything is becoming civilized,
there were no better horsemen or riatn.
throwere in the world than the Califor
titans. It seemed to come natural to
them, and they whispered in the ears of
"Tho horses," continned Charlie, aiter
thoughtfully puffing bigcloudsof smoke,
"knew as much as the native Oalifor
niana, also. They were just as much in
terested in obeying the slightest touch
and standing or going when they ought
to do so as their riders. You see, it de
fends on the horse as much as the man.
Phe slightest mistake of tbe horse some
times meanß death when handling
"I have seen my horse all but speak
when 1 was in a tight place.
•'I remember once ween we had to tie
np a couple of wild steers to a tree be
fore we conld get after the reit. I set
tled tne rope around the one I went
after, and, inch by inch, as I gave the
signal Bonnie Bess advanced a step, re
lieving the strain on the rope. Finally,
wben I got the big steer within 10 feet
of the tree, Bess came up too far, and
tho alack was such that the animal
raado at me with a surge
that wonld have landed me
into the middie of next week,
if something had not prevented it. I
did nothing. But that horse at the end
of the rope took two steps backward,
braced every muscle, and when the
horns of the steer were just grazing me,
brought him up equare and lifted him
off hia feet. Maybe you think 1 didn't
try to express 'ny gratitude. By ,it
seamc to mo today that Be»s understood
"How ia the riata made?"
"It is rather an interesting process.
A cretin hide is taken and put in salt for
a day or two. The hair is rubbed up,
and the cutting is done in a circle, be
gining in the middle and running about,
in rings, which prow larger until the
whole hide ie used. The long string
thus produced is stretched with weightß
to take the stiffness out, and finally ib
plaited into a long rope. Four strands
are generally used, and then it ie treated
still further so that it becomas as soft
aud pliable as necessary, much more so
than any grass rope that wbb ever in
vented. After it iB made it is generally
gtiff until used for a time, and when it
finally ia all right a cowboy wooldn't
part with it unless be wbb induced by
liberal considerations. The lariats are
get-orally lofig enough to make a throw
of 50 or 00 feet, but Borne are still longer
"How fur can a certain throw be
"I don't know exactly. It is safe to
say not more than 40 or EO feet. Of
course, thero are remarkable throws,
but you can't put them as aa average.
You see the aim of the cowboy in actual
work is to gtt there, and he doesn't
take any more chances than he can
help. There have been some wonder
fnl thro«.- though. The longest I ever
knew was about 75 feet."
"Is there any danger to the cowboy ? "
"To be fture." You see there is a pe
culiar motion with the baud, and there
are mar.y men who are minus fingerfl
from the unexpected tnrns of the rope.
1 have had aome 16 years experience
with it; but beyonrt lingers off, and such
things as that, 1 never saw any one who
waa tictually kilied by the lariat—that
ig, I meau, of course, nil own rope."
There was something hardonic about
Arizona Charlie's appearance when he
mude the remark, as if he knew of in
stance* ir. t/hich somebody else's lariat
"Take it aa a whole," he continued,
"I don't believe there ia any occupation
requiring more skill and nerve than that
of the cowboy. He facea death with the
impasaivenesa of an Indian, and with
much mora intelligence. His life ia in
his own hand, and in the reaourcea of
his horse, half a dozen timeß in a day
sometimes. In horsemanship and brav
ery he is an expert. Bnt the enriona
thing about it is that he does not realize
it. It ia a matter of oouras. They lead
bard lives, and value their own lives
very little, bnt they are big-hearted
tallows, molt of them."
"Do they in their actual life do trrese
erpert things, such ac picking up things
from the sronnd while the horse is at
"Now that is an illustration. Yes,
they io. Often times their lives depend
on it. Many a time a cowboy would be
a dead duck if he couldn't stoop down
and pick up the lariat that had slipped
from his hand, after the nooee was fast
enough on the horns of a steer."
"But. to get back to the riata," con
cluded Arizona Charlie, thoughtfully,
it seems to me a wonderful art. It was
the reenlt of a demand on the port of
cattlemen for something to help con
trol the wild animate they had to deal
with. The men who have made it a
world-wide reputation are most of them
modest fellows. Many a one Of them
can settle a noo»e on any part of an ani
mal he wishes to with his horse going
at full speed. He rides hard, lives
hard, and oftentimes values life—hia
own life—very cheaply—but they are
broad guage people who think as little
of losing their own lives as they do of
saving other people's lives.','
The interview ended and Arizona
Charlie went back to the tent where his
bncking horses were located, to instil a
less devilish feeling in their kicking
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Saves sugar, saven fruit, saves
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Lob Angeles, Cal.,
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II Entrance Examinations.
V Entrance examinations for tha College of
-. Lertar«, of Sclenoe, snd of Law, will be held at
, the University in Berkeley, also at Los A ngeles,
8 in Room 14 of tha High Sohaol building, on
c May ISth. 19th and 20rh, belwoen tho hours of
d S :S0 ana 6p, nt. , _ ~
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willhohald at tha fnlversity in Berkeley on
d August 14th, 16th and 10th
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LOS ANGELES. CALIF.
Spermatorrhea, seminal losses, night emis
sions, physical decay arising from indis
cretions, excess or indulgences, producing
sleeplessness, pimples on the face, aversion
to socioty, easily discouraged, lack of con
fidence, dull, unfit for study or business,
end finds life a burden, safely, permanent
ly and privately cured. Consult Dr. White.
Married or single, who are prematurely old,.
as a result of excesses or of youthful follies,
who aro troubled by too frequent evacua
tions of tbo bladder, often accompanied by
a smarting sensation, and finding a deposit
of ropy sediment in the urine, and some
times small partioles of albumen will ap
pear, or tbe color will bo first of thin or
miltiish hue, and changing to a dark and
torpid appearance, causing nervous debili
ty and Joss ot vitality. Remember, this is
tne second stage of seminal weakness. In
all such cases a permanent enro is guaran
teed, and a radical restoraiion of the Qeni
to-Urlnary organs. All letters and inter
views are sacredly confidential. Medicines
packed so as not to cxtlte curiosity, and
sent by cxnrcss, If full description of caso
is given, baHone penonal interview in all
cases is prgf erred.
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
Svphills, a d'sesso most horrible in its re
sults, completely eradicated without the
aid of mercury; serofuia, esysipelas, fever
Eoroi, blotcher, ulcers, pains in the head
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cured where others hare failed.
Blood poisdn, Impotency, Acute and
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H.adder complsints, Prostatoirhtoa, Sper
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tbe Neck of the Bladder, Skin diseases,
special, nervous and chronic diseases of
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Complaints, painful, difficult nrine, urine
high colored or with milky sediment'on
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Pains in small of back; red, pale or dingy
nrine, cither diminished in quantity, dim
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parched month; cons'ant thirst: frequent
c»Hs to urinate; inability to lie on the right
Side, restlessness; reddish sediment in
nrine; a dragging, bearing-down icnsation
in abdomen; loss ol strength; exhaustion:
mental depression. Gravel causes pains in
sma'l of buck, burning end scalding urine.
Khenmatium, dropsy and other disorders of
the blood often reault from kidney disease.
Tho symptoms often develop so itealthlly
that a'daugerons stage Is readied before tho
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are gloomy aafl despondent, or if you dream
much or often, and feel an aversion to so
ciety, you nr« anfferiag from a serious dis
eato of the netves, brsln or heart. You
have no time to lose; call at onoe. I WILL
Prupared in my laboratory exactly to snlt
each case. No exposure. All cases treated
privately at theoftice or by correspondence.
Dr. White calls special attention to the fact
that his patients are not entrusted to the
care of hired substitutes, as is the case In
many so-oslled Institutes, which aro estab
lished with some hldh-sonndlng title or
under a borrowed name, and are conducted
ky men too unsk'l'*d and inexperienced to
prsctiee sucneis'ttlly under their own
names. Dr. White Is consulted in porson.
tt9~' lonorrhres, Gleet, Impotency, Syphilis,
Stricture, Sexual Weakness, Varicocele, Ncr
vous Debility, Spermatorrhoea rnmtwrhoaa.
Ulcers, all Diseases of the Skin CUBED FOB
DISPEN SA R V,
l NO. 128 NORTH MAIN ST.,
New McDonald Block. 5-17 tf
DR. WO NO HIM.
Chinese Physician and Snrgeon, has resided a
Los Angeles eighteen (18) years. His reputa
Hon as a thorough physician has been roily el
tabllshed and appreciated by many. His larg
,t practice is snffiolent proof of his ability am
.» honesty. The doctor graduated in the. foremoi
, ! colleges, also practiced in the largest hospital
nI of Canton, China. The doctor speaks Spenla
Ofllco: 039 Upper Main street.
~ Hundreds ot testimonials are on file at tn
„ doctor's office whloh he has received from hi
numerous patients of different nationalities
_ which he has cored oi all manner ef diseases I
" which the human body Is heir—from the smal
eat pimple to the most complicate ofcftie
ff. O. boxoo*, Station C. Los Angeles.
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(Formerly with the Globe Clothing Company)
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