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AN INDEX TO YESTERDAY.
BY TRl.r.aKAl'n—Tho Denasn elections
.. Washtaslon gossip., . world* lair notes
The financial situation . Pursuit of the
Isms bifhwsyaian....BeT, Reams' e*tra<ii
tlon trlsl IxploslOß of a pun-dor mag
aslno in ilrceco .. .Troops ardtred out to pre
vent n riot at Tonawanda, it, V i'rlucots
Xulslla no longer ilio nstlim's suest.
LOCAL— Tbn Saltou se reillvlvus,, ...Late re
ports from tho VandorMlt and Hood Springs
mining dlstr 0t.... July weatbor I'olls
sier's case befor i Justice Austin ...Aeon*
itaoln wanted In the Jnsllcns' court .. .Quods
Toy Viug's ojamluatloh on tho c.hargo of
murderlug his mistress, Uoat Hun ...A Loi
Angelas man supposed to have been killed
in Pennsylvania ...l'hlllp Morant's dcstli
~. .Attornoy BayfOfd srrested on a charge of
btltoring his wife Chamber ot commerce
directors' meeting . .The conference yester
day of Arizona and California health of
flcials ...Tho courts ...Wong IMp Ken or
derod deported under the Henry act....Tho
still of Mrs. I'lsacr agniust Muisi>. Braley snd
Stimson ...Captain Kuwait saves a baby's
llfn til last night's tiro.
llnnnwno -Tlio electric load A frnlt can
t'lHNo -Police court—Beet sugar prospects.
Lonii lir.ACM—The wharf ..Notes.
Vkntcha County—Notos from many places.
Ranta ASA—High school commencement.
Sauta Monica—Lively business at the big
San Briinaiiiiiko—nigh school commeuco
niout Heath of Juan B.
POINTERS FOR TODAY.
ATRUmc Park—Baseball, :t p. in.
Park Theater—An Actor's Rommco, mati
nee nnd evening.
Tcrnykrrin llali — Antl-Chinoso mooting,
7:80 p. in.
Wg auk having line semi-tropical
weather now-a-dava. Yesterday was n
delightful illustration of the magnifi
cence of onr summer seasons. The heat
was tempered with cool breezes from
the oceau, aud tho atmosphere was of
that translucent cloaineaß which magni
fies and enhancea the beauty of our
matchless natural scenery.
It comkh with very sad Offset upon tho
people the news that the great American
comedian, Joe JelTcraon, is dangeroualy
ill. But a few days Bince he acted as
pall-bearer at the obsequies of Edwin
Booth, and vow it is feared that he will
soon follow his dead friend to that
bourne. We have known for some
time that Mr. Jefferson's health wits not
of the best; and tbe news of his serious
condition now tills us with alarm. Let
us hope, however, that our fears are not
percursora of the worßt.
Titre Episcopalian church of this city
and the whole atatei haa ''••rod an ir
reparable loss in tho death of Huv.
George Franklin Bugbee, the rector of
Ist. Paul's church. I»r. Bugbee had en
deared himself to hid pariahonsri by the
kind aud sympathetic way iv which he
watched over their spiritual welfare. He
was a man of broad v : ows and b utndlesa
charity, and was an exemplary Christian
character iv all hiß walks. The whole
community sympathises with ttie family
and tbe church in their great bereave
That tells the Btory. Whilst tha re
port of the laat woek of the clearing
houses of nearly all the cities In the
uniou ebow a lamentable decrease iv
the percentage of transactions that of
Los Augeles exhibits an increase that
fairly takeß one's breath away. It is s;>
per cent greater than that of the corres
ponding week last year! A cily which
cr.n make so splendid a showing when a
financial panic is sweeping over part of
the land, may be set down as possessing
elements of solid prosperity which must
lead to the most astonishing develop
ments iv the near future.
The charitable people of Pin Fran
cisco have another big job on hand. The
supervisors have closed the dives, and
it is said that this !eavo3 from 1000 to
2000 women without their usual
means of support. It is proposed to
raise a fund to start an Industrial home
where the dive girls can learn trades and
earn money to ailord them a respectable
living. The girls say that, hartal been
legislated out of their occupation, it is
useless for them to apply for work in re
spectable places. As soon as it is known
that they have been "beer-slingers"
they are not wanted. But the closing of
tbe dives haa put an cud to drinking
trips, into which men have beon lured,
made drunk aud robbed. They were
nurseries of vice, and it is better lor the
community that they should bo closed,
and all connected with them be made tc
go, than that those festering schools ol
immorality and crime should be permit
ted to exist. The moral tone of the
women who made a living in them could
not have been very high, and many of
them are only It to grace the inside of
a houae of correction.
PRIZE EIGHTING AND ACTING — THE
STATUS OF TWO NOTED PUGILISTS.
That the apotheosis of prize fighting
has at last drawn to an end seem? to be
a proposition beyond dispute. Kven
Corhett lias failed to draw. The nsnse
ons experiment of introducing bruisers
as actors has failed utterly of enthusing
the public It is just possible that ulti
mately the American people may adopt
tbe handy ideaof shoving everyone who
shows an inclination to earn a living by
the use of his "mauleys" into the chain
gang. Then would we indeed enter npon
a new and auspicious era. As a matter
of current theatrical gossip it may be
stated that Corbett never has, nor does
he now, draw aa well as Sullivan. Al
though he'sncceeded In besting the Her
cules of the ring, the public give Sulli
van very much more cordial and very 1
much more remunerative greetings
than they extend ti his con
queror. What explanation, if any,
there is of this circumstance,
the curious are at liberty to inquire. It
may be owing in part to the fact that
John L>. Sullivan maintained his pecu
liar pre-eminence for quite ten yeara
atcainat all comera, and to the popular
belief that Oorbett could not hold it for
half that time. There can he no ques
tion oi the fact that the burly Kistoniau
held tbe fort for a phenomenal period,
he was free with his monoy and haa a
following. Before he engaged in his
last battle with Oorbet t he ought to have
retired from the stage and to have run
for congress. Like John Morriasey, he
might have made a valuable member of
that body; just as Mr. John Guppy, an
ex-prize flghtor, was for years a highly
respectable member of the British par
liament. Neither Morrissey nor
I loppy wore over known to favor a
corrupt measure in their legislative
careers, and it waa a knowledge
of this fact that secured John Morris
soy's triumphant election as senator in
tneNew York legislature, in the most
aristocratic wards of New York city,
over Augustus Hchfell, who had been
twenty years chairman of the Democratic
national committeee. The polls ou elec
tion day, on Madison and Lexington ave
nues, were signalized by the arrival of
carriages with liveried servants, whose
occupants almost to a man voted for
They complimented him thus con
spicuously not because he was a prize
lighter, nor did they thus honor him be
cause ho was n gambler. They simply
emphasized the fact by their votes that
he waa a better man than the crowd
that was running his distinguished com
Whether Sullivan will retire from his
profession of notor and go Into politics
remains to be seen. As a member from
Boston he would present a marked con
trast to that superflnedude, John Cabot
Lodge, but in whose favor the compari
son would result would be one of the
ptoblema o*t tU*» ttituro. Tho iaot ro
mains, however, that Sullivan's popu
larity, instead of diminishing, is increas
ing. As an actor he draws twice the
houses that Corbett draws, and there is
always an enthusiastic crowd to meet
him on his arrival at any place. His de
feat, instoad of making him a back num
ber, has raised his grading as a star.
This ia not referable to race considera
tions, because both Sullivan and Corbett
are the children of Irish born parents.
BEYOND THE REACH OF SET-BACK.
It. ia supertluoua to tell onr people
anything about tho line condition in
which our hunks are. In no city in tbe ,
United States in bo great a cash reserve
kept available. For twenty yeera onr
bants have boen conducted on safe and
conservative principles, and their
strength loomß up splendidly whon
every a orilia arises elsowbere. Not
only the bar its but the people ot this
eoction have been particularly careful
to imil cautiously, and tbe result ie real
ized in tbe gratifying fact that our sec
tion is butter able to weather a financial
Btorm than auy other part of the United
States, A people who could have come
triumphantly out of the era of specula
tion as we came out of the boom of aix
years ago, without a single disaster of
note, may be trusted to successfully
paddle their own canoe through any
crisis that may arise. Los Angeles ia
prosperous. Her industries are con
stantly increasing. Her productions are
far ahead of her own requirements. Her
halauce sheet is now largely on tbe right
n'tde. Her splendid lands are being sought
and bought, and immigration of a kind
that adds to the permanent wealth of a
country is constantly coming in. Every
thing that conduces to the prosperity of
a people 1b on the up-grade. Our com
merce is healthily extonding. We are
reaching out for the trade and resources
of an incomparable back country. We
have brought chip and rail together iv a
6 i i-sea harbor, and the avant-courriers
of a mercantile tieet of immense propor
tions have already made their appear
ance to add to our commercial activities.
Our city is building up with astonishing
rapidity, and we havo taken up our line
of march to become a commercial me
tropolis second to none on the Pacific
coast. When we say that the develop
ment of this section has only jußt begun,
! aud point, to our illimitable resources of
farm, orchard and vineyard, of oil of the
olive and oil of the well, of exhaustless
mineral resources, and of a climate more
equable and salubrious than exists on
the footstool, we have stated facto that
take away the possibility of placing any
limit to our growth.
It would bwk sad calamity if Presi
dent Oarnot, who is reported seriously
ill, should be carried away at this par
ticular time. He haa steered Francs
with firm hand through a number
dangerous crises iv the laat few years,
and has bqowu himself a Btrong and ca
pable president. Whilst the terrible ac
LOS ANGELES HERALDt SATUKDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1893.
cess of perfidy in public men was un
folded to tbe world in the Panama canal
exposures, not thn slightest breath of
suspicion was raised against the integrity
ofM.Carnot. Ail aronnd hi-n trusted
loaders fell into the vortex of corrup
tion, but he loomed up conspicuously as
one of the few who went through the or
deal unamirched and unepotted. Ilia
loes would not only be one of irreparable
magnitude to France, but he would bo
regretted wherever the purity of public
life is appreciated and capacity and
character are honored.
We notice that a number of flippant
newspapers in San Francisco have been
lately monkeying with the name of the
Right Honorable J. Downey Harvey. It
is needless to say that the lightnings of
heaven will shortly fall upon these peo
ple. Ajax defying the lightnings was
but a scant peril compared to those
dangers which encircle the heads of
thoae who arouse the wrath of T. Dow
ney. Already the presumptuous caitiff
who presumed to arrest Harvey has been
fired from the police force, and there is
no knowing what Nemesis may overtake
the rash man. One of the commission
ers indicated that it was a great outrage
upon the part of a policeman to arrest a
gentleman who was dressed in the style
of the haut ton. These fatherly re
marks from the commissioner will
doubtless sink deep into the tympa-g
numa ol the force, and hereafter they
will wink the other eye when occaaion
The first Bquare issue under the Geary
set arose yesterday before United States
Commissioner William M. Van Dyke.
It wag the case of Wong Dip Ken,
arrested under the Scott law aa being
unlawfully in the country. Ken tried
to prove that he was a partner in the
cigar buainesa and in that sense a mer
chant. He failed to aatiafy the commis
sioner under that head. Commissioner
Van Dyke dismissed this gauzy defence ;
and, finding the heathen without regis
tration papers under the Geary act, he
sentenced the Mongolian to two years
in the county jail, and to deportation to
China. We fuel like re-echoing the'
judgment of Shylock in the Merchant
of Venice, "A Daniel, a very Daniel
come to judgment." "O wiae young
judge, how we do honor thee." The
issue as to whether ths laws should be
enforced will never down.
On Wednesday Tort Los Angeloa was
formally declared a port of entry, and
hereafter its commercial business will
be vastly expanded. Up till this official
declaration no foreign vessel could ob
tain insurance that landed at this port.
It will take some little time to make
this fact understood in shipping circles
throughout the world, but Wednesday's
official action of the marine underwrit
ers puts Port Los Angeles on the same
footing with any otfi'er port of entry in
the world, and from thla time forward
the commercial business there will in
crease amazingly. Yosterday ths Santa
Rosa and the Minneota were anchored
at tho great Southorn Pacific wharf.
Thk lone Btase robber who so murder
ously waylaid tne jacKsuu stage uu
Thursday ought to be hunted down at
all costs. The deliberate way in which
lie ambushed and assassinated the mes-
songer looks very much as if there were
aome motive of revenge aa well ac robbery
in the affair, nnd gives countenance to
Mr. Anil's theory that the robber is a
convict named Sharp, recently rcleaaed
from tho Folaom penitentiary, who had
a grudge against the messenger. No
Btage ia safe an long as this murderous
bandit ia at largo.
That lone highwayman in Amador
county must begin to feel goose-flesh
Bbivera all over hia peraon. A whole
army of detectives has boen turned loose
on his trail, and hia feelings must be
far from comfortable. If he has read the
newspapers he will probably have Reuse
enough not to keep in the same neighbor'
hood, ala Evana and Sontag. The knell
of train wreckers end stage robbers has
evidently rung in thia state. The hand
of the law is iroji and its officers are be
ginning to pull on thair seven league
TnAT there are no real elements of
panic in the monetary condition of the
east is shown by the action of the clear
ing houses of New York and Philadelphia,
which have agreed to graut certificates
which are equivalent to cash to banks
applying for them. There is not a sin
gle element of a great financial upheaval
in the numeroua but insignificant bank
failures in ihe eaat. They are simply
the aftermath of the McKinloy bill.
The home baseball team seems to be
in tbe doldrums. The deadly bases on
balls iH getting in ita work admirably to
tbe confusion of our boya, and if they
continue to lose games as they have
done the past two days they will soon
be in the vocative.
The Missing Englishman Found tn tho
Phillip Alorant, the missing English
man was discovered at the county boa
pital yeaterday by Detective Goodman
who was detailed to hunt him up.
Morant disappeared from his room on
Fifth street some two weeks ago. He
was found near the county hospital in a
dying condition, and was cared for there
nntil be died of consumption.
Morant'a relatives Tn Portsmouth
Kuglaud will be notified.
Producea baldness. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of ekookum root hair grower
tlmnawig; besides, wearing your own
hair ia more convenient. All druggieta.
Only |3.50 for the round trip to Ran
Diego, via Santa Fe, Saturday or Sun
day, tickets good returning Monday.
futures In Wheat.
Rought and cold on margin. Direct
wire to Chicago. DeVan & lintledge,
No. S Court street.
HERE IS MOTHER BONANZA.
Good Springs District Said to
Miners Who Have Struck it Rich in
Hen Who Have Made a Rich Strike Ar
rive In tbe City on Their Way
SCast—Late Reports for the
The days of '40 are once more repeat
ing themselves. It has been supposed
that the privations, the struggles, the
despair and tbe lucky finds, which the
Argonauts bring to us, are placed and
filed in the archives of history.
The golden soil of this western coun
try, however, offers indncemsnte hardly
yet dreamed of, and the Jasons of
tbe younger generation are still striv
ing after the golden fleece, which al
though sometimes of a ailvery texture,
is often gained as the result of their en
Six hardy and energetic men one year
ago started out from Calico without any
money, having nothing in fact, but the
determination to investigate the newly
reported mineral fields in the neighbor
stfood of Vanderbilt, and if possible
make a stake.
They procured a number of burros nt
Tehachipi, and with a limited amount
of supplies pushed forward to the re
giona where rich veina were supposed to
be located. On their journey it was de
cided to go to tho Good Spring district,
which is about 80 milea from the Van
dorbUt section. Those who composed
fie party were Salley Williams, Robert
Pueltz, William Maguire, H. B. Spiller,
A. Hagloy and f. Reed.
When they arrived on the ground they
at once commenced prospecting, and
soon located quite a number of claims.
Four of these they grouped together and
designated as tho Tarn O'Shanter mines.
The ore was low grade, composed of
lead, copper and silver, and ran as high
aa $800 to the ton ; the 1 average could Dot
be ascertained, but the appearance of
the veins were so good, and the ore as a
rule assayed so high that the party dis
posed of their Tarn O'Shanter claims to
Jonas Taylor for $,'IO,OOO cash.
They arrived in Los Angelea yesterday
morning, and are now en route to the
world'a fair, where, after enjoying them
selves they intend to return and develop
the remaining claims, they own. Such
a little incident showa what can be ac
complished by industry and pluck, and
proves that there are yet plenty of golden
fleeces to be gathered which remain still
One of tho members of the party visit
ed the Vanderbilt and New York dis
tricts before hia return.
The companies interested in those
localities don't appear to be very much
In a hurry to show their hand, however.
Whenever a good location is made it is
at once purchased in the interest of one
or the other, but that is abTit all that
is done. There are no handings and
the men are living in tents or Bleeping
in the open air. No one will erect
buildings until it is known just where
the railroad will place its terminal
point. The Vanderbilt claims are prin
cipally owned by San Francisco parties,
the New York ones by a Denver syndi
cate; but in the Good Spring district
nobody knows who owns the Inrgeßt
nntnhnr of claim... or wliuta tl«ct ,»^„it„l
is coming from.
Tiie good Spriugß district vi the pres
ent time is by far the beat and richest
locality. The ore is low grade but it lies
in enormous masses and tho veins to an
experienced eye may be Been running
through the hills for two or three miles.
One thing about Good Springe is that
there is plenty of water and an abund
ance of timber. A man going in there
with a portable oawmill could make an
independent fortune in a few months.
There are probably about '2"0 men in
the district, and the majority of them
are prospecting tiie neighborhood for
finds. Everything is uuder canvas aud
tho erection of a permanent town re
mains wUh the railroad company. Only
about CO men are employed at Vander
bilt and New York loealitiea.
The companies who intend purchasing
heavily are keeping their hands dark,
and the claims which are bought are
taken by men apparently unknown to
each other, this ia done, without doubt,
to keep down ficticious values.
All the ore mined ia of smelting grade
and will he shipped to the smelter at
"There is no doubt, said he, "that
when operations are thoroughly under
way and the different capitalists show
their hands, that all theae towns will
boom. At tne present outlook, how
ever. I think thar the Good Springe dis
trict ia away ahead of the other two."
A very enjoyable social waa given in
the First Presbyterian church last night
aa a farewell reception to tboße of ita
members who were going east to the
world's fair, and also to those who in
tended to remain in the east perma
nently. It wua under the auspices of
tha Society of Christian Endeavor, and
waa an evening long to be remembered
by those who may never meet again.
The first part of the evening waa of a
musical aud literary character. Two
selections were admirably rendered by
the Y. M. C. A. orcheatra, followed by a
tenor solo by Mr. J. T. Newkirk, a baes
solo by Key. B. E. Howard, the pastor,
and a soprano by Mrs. M. F. Aver. Then
a recitation waa given by Misa Hattie
Pierson in an admirable manner.
Refreshments followed, and the re
mainder of the evening waa spent in a
One of the moat pleaeant card parties
of the season was given Thursday even
ing at, the residence of Dr. Cochran, 227
South Olive street, by Mrs. Wilbur
Wells-Flagg, who, as tho charming and
amiable hostess, made the evening a
most delightful and entertaining one—
an occasion long to be remembered by
the fortunate participants.
At the close of card playing dainty and
elegant refreshments wore served, and
handsome and suitable prizes distrib
uted to the fortunate winners.
Among tho>e present were Mesdames
Mclrtfoab, Merrill, Witmer, Parsons and
Simpson, Misses May Morrow, Gene
vieve Meriz, Mills, Hethering, Olga
Matix. Messrs. Harry Merriam, Mcin
tosh, Simpson. Merrill, Kinsabaugh, Dr.
Cochran aud Harry Ileflner.
Once lost, it is difficult to rostore tho
hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest
you become bald. Skookum root hair
grower stops falling hair. Sold by drug
DEATH OF DR. BUGBEE.
Thn Career of the Highly Ksteemed
Hector of St. Pour* Church.
Rev. George Franklin Bugbee, D. D.,
rector of St. Paul's church, died at his
residence, No. 1049 West Seventh street,
yesterday morning from progressive par
He was nearly 56 years of age, and
was born in Central New York, and,
after the usual prepartory studies, en
tered the law office of Roscoe Conkling.
Soon after he was admitted to the bar,
he applied for orders in the Episcopal
After ordination he became an assist-'
ant in St. George's church, New York
city, under Rev. Dr. Tyng. He next
took charge of a parish on Staten Island ;
afterward in Cincinnati, 0., and in Cov
ington, Ky., where he remained 10
years. He was then called to Holy
Trinity Memorial chapel, Philadelphia,
where he officiated for 11 years. In
1890 he received a call from St. Paul's
church. Los Angeles.
Dr. Bugbee wss always a faithful min
ister, and his sermonß were of a scholarly
and effective type. His decease will be
regretted, not Only by his own people,
but by many members of other congre
gations. His kindly counsel in parish
work will long be remembered. He
leaves a wife and several children.
The funeral will take place at St.
Paul's church next Monday at 10:30 a.
m. A telegram has been sent to Bishop
Nichols, who is now in Oregon, and it is
hoped that he may arrive in season. The
burial will take place at Rosedale, and
the vestry and lay readers will act as
For some time it has been difficult for
Dr. Bugbee to conduct all his services,
and much assistance has been rendered
by Messrs. Randolph and Perkins, the
lay readers. Dr. Bugbee occupied his
pulpit for the last time on May 14. Since
that time Rev. Dr, Thomas W. Haskins
has preached, and it was expected that
the regular services of an assistant rec
tor would soon be secured.
Salts on Trial Yesterday—Mew Cases
Annie Goldetein was adjudged insane
yesterday by Judge Wade and commit
ted to the asylum at Agnews.
The plaintiff waived a jury trial yes
terday in Judge Wade's court in the
case of Sormano vs. Pile, a Buit upon a
grape contract, and the jury was ex
The insolvency cane of E. B. Dexter
came up in Judge Wade's court yester
day for appointment of an assignee, but
no creditors appearingiand there being
no assots, no appointment was made.
The case of the Ballona Harbor Inv
proyement company vs. the Southern
California Railroad company was con
tinued yeßterday by Judge Shaw until
'Thomas Simpson was examined for
insanity yesterday before Judge Mc-
Kinley and committed to the Agnews
NEW SUITS FILKO.
Among the documents filed yesterday
in the county clerk's office were the pre
liminary papers in the following suits:
Nora McCartney vs. J. F. Wyckoff et
el. Suit for a foreclosure oi a mortgage
Verpasian Lacroix vs. Francisco Don
illard et al. Suit for foreclosure of a
mortgage for $300.
Petition of M. E. Church South ol
Lob Angeles to sell real estate.
Divorce proceedings were begun by
Hattie B. Shattuck vs. Herbert D. Shat-
AN UNKNOWN DEAD.
A 1.0. a..*.,,,,,,, j w«„o Keen
Killed In Pennsylvania.
A communication has been received
from Coroner H, McDowell of Allegheny
county, Pennsylvania, in respect to the
identity of a young man who waa killed
on the Pennsylvania railroad in that
county on June 9th.
The young man told a tramp com
panion, shortly before his death, that
he resided in Los Angeles, and that his
father waa a railroad engineer in the
same city, but did not give his name.
The following is a description of the de
About 19 yeai'B of age, 5 feet 2 inches
in height, weight about 110 pounds, fair
complexion, with no moustache or
whiskers, hair dark brown and the face
considerably freckled. His clothing
was poor-in quality, consisting of gray
j'ian pants, blue check coat, blue flannel
shirt and white cotton underclothing.
THE MILLER CASE.
Ue Denies Having Intimidated tho Stlm
son Woman into Marrying Ills Son.
George Miles of Santa Monica made
the following statement to a Herald re
porter yesterday, aB his side of the ques
tion in the very much mixed case. He
claims that he was divorced from his
first wife 11 years ago. That there was
only one child by the marriage, namely
his eon Charles, who married Adelle
Stimson in Justice Bartholomew's court.
Ho states that he has never threatened
in an manner or form either his son or
the Stimson woman, and did not com
pel! them to marry, as claimed by the
Stimpon woman in h<it statement. He
denies having a gun about hie person,
either at the time he caught them or
when be met tho son at Loa Angelea.
Miss Stimson, it is said, haa retained
a lav.-yer to look after her claimß to prop
erty, and also contemplates bringing
criminal complaint against Miller.
Mrs. Teenage Accnses Him of Shooting
Frederick Pellissier, a Frenchman,
was on trial yesterday bofore Justice
Austin on a charge of exhibiting a dead
ly weapon. Mre. O. Lepage, ths eom
l plaining witness alleges that she waa
outside her house in the garden, when
the defendant rode by on horseback aud
fired two shots in her direction. She
had no idsa why he had done so, as she
had never had any qunrrel or trouble
with him of any kind. Tho shots went
very near her, one going so close that,
the wituess stated, she heard it whisper
in her oar as it wr,nt by.
The case was not concluded at the
rising cf the court, and it was accord
ingly continued until this morning.
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth its welgth in gold. My hair has
stopped faliing and all dandruff has dis
appeared since 1 found skookum root hair
grower. Aak yeur drugguit about It.
To tho lteaoh.
Only 50 cents Saturday and Sdnday to
Redondo or Santa Monica over the
Southern California railway (Santa Fe
Mark Plaisted, editor of the Riverside
Enterprise, is in the city.
Judge W. H. Wilde of Ventura, is
spending a few days at tho Nadean.
T. A. Rice, a prominent lawyer of
Ventura, is at the Nadeau, with the in
tention of remaining some time in Los
Mr. Max Rosenfeld, son of Mr. John
Rosenfeld, of San Francisco, the wealthy
coal dealer and chip owner, returns
Mr. John H. Hise, who was interested
with Mr. Geo.] Shatto in refrigera
tion and cold storage, leaves today for
their factory in Muskegon, Michigon, to
be absent about four weeks.
Mr. E. B. Gilson, representing Sutton
& Beebe, of San Francisco, the Pacific
coast agents of Sutton & Co.'s line of
clipper ship", Is in this city and will re
turn to San Francisco next Wednesday.
His visit here is in connection with the
discharging of tbe steamer Mincolo at
port Los Angeles.
Rev. Charles W. Wendte, superin
tendent of Unitarian churobee in Cali
fornia, was given a most pleasant recep
tion at Unity church last night, by tbe
memberß of tbe congregation and minis
ters of various denominations. Mr.
Wendte holds his appointment from the
American Unitarian afitociation of Bos
ton, and has been engaged in church
work for a number of years.
Or. Tonrillon and wife arrived here
direct from Paris last Tuesday. They
met Baron Rogmat in France, and re
port him in fine form and trying to ar
range his affairs so as to return as soon
as possible to Los Angeles. Dr. Touril
lon is -o favorably impressed with our
Price Will Be Advanced
$100 PER LOT.
$25 DOWN, )t0 FEB MONTH, WITHOUT INTEREST.
204 S. SPRING ST
Emammm-f JOHN H. F. PECK.
vfr GENERAL AQINT PACIFIC COASi
JBmk - BALDWIN
f Dry Air Refrigerators,
ft J National Gash Register.
" 413 N. MAIN ST. Tel. 461.
4 P. O. 80. I.'ii, STATION C B-10 3U
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And Catalina Soapstone Wall Finish.
This material Is fire proof, has a beautiful tint, and can be washed without injury.
Offlos: 130 W. Second street. Tel. 80. •:• Yard: H3H N. Main street Tel. 104
g*\ MANHOOD RESTOREDSm^
Wa 3e W Dt <sfc6l eases, Hitch us '.Trim Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Hemiarhc, Wakefulness
(ST a II f& XI I.i^t.MunlH,iirt. Binlflslons, loss of poTvoi
V, fc —I I indenemtlveOriinnsof elthorßCXcaußedhynverejfriliiii.i'oiillifolerrors.
J -0*79 1 *a~*r excesslTouso of tobacco, opium or stlmnh.ms, which lend to Infirmity, Ue>
ffußtV Seat/ Jk. .Jf 7 . ir" t... rT .i... Cnn be carried 111 vcptpocket. asi per box. w ror
KA^23SbK^a4LT'<ef^&l'' v mntl prepntd. With nSG order we slre a written snsrsstrs to curs
\»SasT^rßraslPJr^^./sWJ.. r ~efmnl 1 l,c money. Ctrrulnrfrre. Sold r.7 nlldrmrirlsts. Ask font, ttt*«
bEFORE*ND AFTER USIN6.uo other. Address NfcUVK StEHCO., Ma.-u.nlo Templo. CHICAGO. HJ.
For Sale in Los Angoles, Cal., by GODFREY & MOORE, Druggists, 108 Soutfc
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WATER DON'T AFFI'CT IT J^^^j^QJ^^Q
m, 3m P. H. MATHEWS, Ag't., NE. cor. Second & Main
if you have defective eyes
And value them couMi't ns. Noonssof defoc
tl?e ytsloo. where glasses are required is too
complicated for v . The correct adjustment
of framei Is qul'.e as Important an the perleot
fitting of lensis, snd thr sele-ntfic flltUiit aud
inasinr of glasses sn,l Iramp* Is our only busi
ness (specialty), Have aalltfled o hers, will
satisfy yon. we n'c electric power, and are the
only house here that grinds glx«ses to o:rler.
B. 13. MARS.ITITZ, Leading Sjlenttfle Optic
ian !spscl»llsj), 167 North Spring H.rcet, opp.
old courthouse. Don't forget the number.
city that be has determined to make II
his home. He is a veterinary surgeon
of distinction, and has been decorated
with tho medal of the Universal Aca
demy of Science. Lob Angeles society
will be delighted to extend a warm wel
come to Madame Tonrillon, who is a
moat amiable and cultivated lady.
THAT WORLD'S FAIR TRIP,
Names of Persons Who Hare Received
Ten or More Ballots.
Hereafter no names will be published
in the Hkiiald's world's fair free trip
ticket contest until the persona have re
ceived at least 10 votes. Below will be)
found the list to date:
Fisher, Mrs. L. X., 942 Georgia Bell at 081
Hough, Mrs. G. A.. 1131 S. Hill street 093
Horn, W. A.. 908 Downer avenue, city ... 639
Lvon, H., 721 A'plua street, city 188
Sorinnno, Mrs. M., 5*7 Maey' street 176
Lindsay, Mi's Addle, city _ 141
Katz, H. 0., Oharnock block, city 132
Leon Drou->t, Bedoudo _ 81
Taylor, R. A., South L. A 38
«iles. Wm.. city 20
Darruody, Thomas, Arcade ootel „ 19
Keevn, B. J.. Workman block, city _. 18
Creed, Daniel, city 18
Johnston, A. 8.. 1029 Downey are... «... 10>
Carlisle, 8. A. 412 8. Hone street ™.. XI
A Pointer for Bicycle Riders.
Irvin W. Larimore, physical director
of Y. M. 0. A., Dcs Moines, la., says he
can conscientiously recommend Cham
berlain's Pain Balm to athletes, gym
nasts, bicyclists, football players and the
profession in general tor bruises, sprains
and dislocations; also for soreness and
stiffness of the muscles, Mr. Larimore
has need two bottles of Pain Balm and
is enthusiastic in his praiae of the rem
edy. When applied before tbe parts be
come swollen it will effect a cure in one
half the time usually required. It also
curoa rheumatißm. For sale by C. F.
Heinzeman, druggist, 222 North Main.
Poison Oak—Hall's Croara Salve
will give immediate relief and care In 24
hour«. 26 and 50c. Off & Vaughan's drag
store. Fourth and Spring sts.
Big reduction in hardware for next GO daya
J. W. Baker 4 Sons, 113 North Main street.
We bang wall paper for 10a a roll. 237 8
ANOTHER IMPORTATION - - -
OPEN STOCK PATTERNS
From $7 50 Up> L me Porcelain
WE GUAKANTKi: THE GOODS
LTAFFORDSHIRK CROCKERY COMPANY,
417 SOUTH jPRING ST.
bradaute oi Lava! and McUill,
Head office, Quodcc; branoJ. office, Montroe'