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FRIDAY, .JULY US, 18SS.
AN INDEX TO YESTERDAY.
Blf TELEOKAPn-lllot in the British com
mons France begins the blockade of the
coast of Slam Capture of Managua by rev
olutionists confirmed... .Much uneasiness
felt in Deivej-on account of tho hordes of
ldlo workingmen .. Improvement in the
New York stock market Bank failures at
Portland, Ore.. Helena, Mont , and In Wis
consin and Kentucky Numerous indus
tries clo&ing rlowu or miming on short time
Marshal Gard gets .foODO reward for cap
turing John Sontag A 30 days' battle with
flames on a coal laden vessel . .Buffalo Bill
admits 15,000 Chicago waifs to his Wild
West show free of charge.
lOCAt-Ths city board of eqnalizatio'i
The crops The orcus chalybeus a success
The courts Bassbnll That import
ant land decision — Richards complains
that his wife threatened to sill him....
C'ine's clever capture of a Ventura bigamist
....Closing of the Chautttuqua sesilon at
Long Beach .. .A number of meetings ar
ranged for today J. P. Demphy'a house
destroyed by fire Mi-s Linda Black expe
riences a runaway accident with ail injury.
Santa Monica—Real estate... Gospel meet
Chino—The beet sugar factory.
Pasadena—Athletic club field day.
Santa Ana—fowl picnic on Saturday.
Pomona —A bicyclist injured.
Biv«B«iDE-The school money still held by
Ban Bsbnakdino—The pitiful death of James
One of tbe pleaeing things in Los An
geles of late is the fact that all the old
timers are getting back. These include
Mr. J. Sackett Cornell and Mr. Albert
Osthoff. One by one the other stand
ards of fortune will be erected in our
An inadvertent typoeraDbical error
n our [issue of yesterday referred to the
wealth of the United States in 1889,
when the census was compiled, as sisty
five million? of dollars, and four years
later at seventy millions of dollars. Of
coarse, in the one case, aixty-five thou
eand and in the other seventy thousand
millions of dollars were meant. It ie
impossible to avoid each occasional
typographical errors, and they really
count for nothing.
The Southern Pacific Railway and
Well?, Fargo & Co., yesterday stated
that five thousand dollars were awarded
to United States Marshal Gard as the
reward given for the capture of Sontag
aud Evane. The marshal, with his cus
tomary mode3ty, announced that the
largest proportion should be given to Si
Repelleje and Jackson. Our modest
United States marshal will stand for
ward, however, aa the hero of the inci
dent. Hia surrender of such money re
ward ac would be his share shows his
participation in the notable and heroic
event in a still hieher liirht.
The: Dsnnybrook Fair ie not altogether
with Ireland. It waa finely illustrated
in the English house of commons yeater
day. Mr. Chamberlain is a man who is
very much such an individual as John
Sherman, in our own senate, and to
have tbat individual described aa Judaa
Iscariot naturally created a great com
motion. The Irish people undoubtedly
got in their work in good style. If
Chamberlain had been lesa of a Judas
the episode would have been less sensa
tional. Its reminiscence as to John
Sherman has all the charmß of vraisem
blance. In both the case of John Sher
man and Chamberlain, however, there
will he wanting the incitings of the
quick conscience that made the old time
Judas go and hang himaelf. The only
man tbat showed anything like a quick
conscience was the Irish premier, Lord
Caatlereagb, who, after betraying his
country, cut his throat with a sharp
razor. Thus it appears that even Ire
land, after being betrayed, has visitinga
Ir really looka as ii our distinguished
:ontemporary, the Eos Angelea Times,
might celebrate ita great ascendancy
and good fortune without gloating over
its leBB fortunate fellow-citizens. The
great declension of silver haa prostrated
the Centennial state of Colorado. That
atate has really kept the United Statea
from bankruptcy during the years ante
dating the centennial year. But for its
outgivings in solid coin this country
would be at leant a thousand millions of
dollars worth loaa than nothing eince
the centennial year. Colorado, instead
of Counecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode
I»land, Maine and Massachusetts, has
been the weatern Btate that pre
vented New England and New
York from going into bankruptcy. We
take Colorado as the centennial Btate
from this pivotal intervention. We are
not obliged to introduce Colorado, be
cause California and the other western
states have really created the New Eng
land belt of states financially. And
still we are compelled te wonder why
the Los Angeles Times, when Colorado
miners are trying to get out of tbe Cen
tennial state, in order to get a living,
should characterize their lamentable ex -
oduß—their always lamentable exodus —
as those of car-loads of. live stock, of
cattle, fleeing from tile regions which
tbeir energy and industry made profit
able and memorable!
A LESSON IN INTERN NATIONAL MATTERS.
In all modern nations It ia a curious
circumstance that if/ is only the republi
can countries that jsem to be bereft of
the lust of conqnest. Even France,
witb her tin Boldier war in prospect in
Siam, is only prattling about a war of
boundaries. It is quits likely that
France has no rirht whatsoever to Tou
qein, or Siam, or Annam, but the the
ater of these wars is so inQnitessimally
small it is hard to interest large masses
of mankind in their issus. The incident,
at beat, only admits of some grim sar
castic play of humor on the pai.'t of
England. John Bull has precisely as
much right to finger in the affairs of
India as the rVfghanistans have to par
ticipate in the controversy between
Pope Lao and King Humberto. Eng
land main fains ber rule in India on
precisely the same grounds upon which
the great "Mirabeau gronnded oratory,
which hj founded upon Vaudace,
Vaurlace, toujour* Vaudace. If France
stiall start a lively tigtit in tbe Gulf of
Siam, we are certainly not without hope
that the contagion will spread to other
countries. Whatever may bs evolved
through intricate mathematical pro
cesses running back to Adam P mith and
Mai thus, and notwithstanding the in
genious calculations of Hen ty George,
there is no doubt whatsoever but that,
at the present conjuncture, there are
too many people in the world. This
acts as to mankind what a c >nstriction
in a man's veins acts with the individ
ual. With the latter a good, vigorous
biff on the nose, inducing a copious flow
of claret, produces a great relief aud
For now these many ye its England
has undertaken to be the g .'eat bully of
the high seas. The work of her fleet
off tbe coast of Tripoli has shown that
her cumbrous iron-clads amount to
nothing, or to less than nothing. If,
with ber own favorite iron-clads, under
Admiral Tryon, she can only hope to
send her armaments to Davy Jones's
locker, where will she stand when tbe
real and not the mimicry of war shall
bold the boards ?
For the laßt four years the principal
nations of Europe bave bsen engaged in
locking up coin, with a view to war, aa
to most of them. England and Ger
many have been busy in this game sim
ply for selfish onsidsrations. The
statesmen of Germany have succeeded
in enlisting the chuckle heads of Austria
in the aims boat. Enormously over
sized armies, with great naval arma
ments, have accompanied this uon.ti,
rai, oppressive and fsuialistic propagan
da. It is heartily to be honed that tbe
time will shortly arrive when the whole
topheavy edifice shall topple over.
Meanwhile, the Unitod States will has
ten the regeneration »f all mankind by
placing her seventy thousand million
dollars of wealth behind the immemori
al coinage of the mosey of the constitu
tion—gold and silver, in the proportion
of 16 to one. By doing so the congress
ot the United States will not only ad
here to our own traditions, but will ad
here to those of the Prophet Abraham,
wbo, more than four thousand years ago,
paid for the field ot Macpelah in talents
The co-called arguments of the gold
bugs are sometimns even farcically wild.
In fact, they themselves well know that
they have no argument. They have at
tempted to replace the old time feudal
ism of force by the modern feudalism of
financial finesse. They have now re
duced the purchasing power of wheat,
barley and everything that enters into
the necessary consumption of mankind,
to a value of abiiut fifty-three cents on
the silver dolla f. They have increased
the value of a geld dollar to the neigh
borhood of $1.86.
In this brief proposition the farmer
has his argumiint. 80 has the aouthern
planter. Do his best, neither the west-
em farmer no,' the southern planter can
getaway from, theseratioa. Does he de
sire to increaie or to diminish them?
in his own in tereßt or in that of his en
emy? There lies the point of the con
The man who owns wheat, barley or
cotton has rctios of the depreciation of
his product furnished ready to his hand.
Aa goes dow a silver, so goes down every
thing that bo ecils. If eilver at seventy
cents an ounce ia only worth fifty-three
cents eilver bullion, in a standard dol
lar, how m teh will it be worth rrhen
eilver has declined to twenty cents an
ounce? Aay boy can work out, the
That th i dsclension will be rapid if
the peopl j surrender tbeir demaiid for
the twin moneys of the constitution let
no man ljr a moment doubt. Tl»e wel
fare of tl ie United States now h rages on
the action of this American con r,ress.
The uorld, we are ashamed to cay,
would be greatly the better ior a great
war which Bhould involve a great many
nation j. It would De all the better that
thia wtr should start at oncer, because
the gr eat European countries ; have had
the dogs of war in learn for/now theae
many yeara. If Germany, Efi-ance, Rus
sia find Austria shoild i/aaugurate a
lively war, with Engladd playing her
traditional role of thujaci/.al instead of
'lion, such a conjuncture would admit
of Austria being resolv od into her original
constituents, too nu merxma to be now
remembered by uo, and tbe map of En
rope might admit of (he rehabilitation of
tiie old Polish nation, one of the equiiib
109 ANGELES HERALDi* FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2ft, 1893.
riums of tbe old days of the equi-dls
tribution of power in Europe. A big,
whopping war in Europe just now
would result ia a tremendous demand
for American breadstuff 4, and would
turn loose a prodigious amount of gold
coin which wauld come back to nestle
under the wings of the American eagle.
It would bs hard to conjure up a
more grue/iome scene than ie presented
by Wall R'.reet today. The edict having
gone oat that everything shall be
wreckud, the edifice of financial credit
has bosn shaken as by the luaty arms of
Samson. Perhaps ths game has been
overdone tbis time, and the American
people will insist upon a durable and
patriotic scheme of finance. The de
mand for more money comes from all
quarters. The attempt to run seventy
five millions of people on less currency
than enfficed for thirty-eight millions
has proved to be a lamentable failure,
and why should it not?
Mr. E. S. Babcock, proprietor of the
Ooronado hotel, is at the Westminster
Jas. O. Garlick.a prominent capitalist
Pomona, is spending a few days at the
Montague 0. Sanders ia at the Hoilen
beck. He is the English chaplain at
T.J.Bolton, secretary of the Demo
cratic central committee of Ban Bernar
dino was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Emma Steele and little daughter
of Denver, Colo., are at the Metropole,
Catalina island, for a few weeks.
Dr. Eugene Campbell and family, of
Fairfield. lowrt, have arrived in the city
and will make this place their home.
Geo. A. Mint*, publisher of the Daily
Herald of Pbujnix, Ariz,, who bas been
spending Beveral days in tbe Angel city,
leaves this morning for home.
I. W. Lord and J. N. Victor, both San
Bernardino supervisors, were in the city
yesterday, toguther with J. W. Curtis,
a prominent politician of the aame
Ed Casy, of Murphy, Grant & Co. of
San Francisco, is again in the city, and
his well-known face is always wreathed
with smilsa as he meanders down Spring
Mr. T. Suffern Tailer of New York is
spending a few daya at tbe Hoilenbeck.
Mrs. Tailer accompanies him. They
are seeing the beauties of Southern Cali
fornia and honeymooning.
The hustling steward of tbe Redondo
hotel, Mr. W. J. Walshe, was in Los
Angelea yesterday, looking as large ac
life and twice as natural. Mr. Walshe
has shown himself to be a generalissimo
in his line.
Gilbert S. Walker and Daniel Ander
son, of Throop Polytechnic institute,
are taking a two weeks' outing at Cata
lina island. As members of the Seventh
reginjfint they are enjoying their first
lessons in camp life.
Gnorge Cutler, a well-known resident
of Los Angeles, was suddenly taken
with a fainting spell at the cornerof
Snri»">U and Rrtn rth .Iwuf. la.i 0,.....
about 0 o'clock. He was removed to the
droi store of Off & Vaughn, where Dr.
J. fl. Johnson administered restoratives,
after which be was removed to his resi
dence at 734 South Grand avenue.
Mrs. Augustus Layer, accompanied by
Mr;. J. Drew Gay and Miss Brophy, will
be in Loa Angelea on Saturday, the 29th
ins 1.. having left San Francisco by boat
yesterday. They will remain here a few
days, stopping with friends. Mrs. Gay
is f;he widow of the late Col. J. Drew
Gsy, a gentleman who made many
frienda in Los Angeles, and whose ac
complishments were many and varied.
Misses Laura and Bernice Talbot gave
a whißt party Tuesday evening at their
b >me, No. 134 San Pedro street, in
honor of Misses Ella and Henrietta
Yiilds of Oakland. The parlor was dec
crated with green branches suspended
above the door way. A sentence, "Tbe
— R 0.X." taken with others, helped to
finish "The Wilds are O K." There
'rere four tables. Mr. Wm. Reynolds
:ind Miss Etta Wilds won the first prize,
snd Mr. Paul and Miss Bernice Talbot
won the second honors. Among the
guests present were Miaa Ella V. Thorn
ton, Mra. Spayner, Mr. and Mre. Win.
Reynolds, Mra. Smith, Mr. ftnd Mrs.
Jackson, Messrß. J r ß. M. Alexander,
Paul Troy, Schell, Calvin and E. D.
Daly's Seoond Victim Dead.
San Francisco, July 27.—Thomas J.
Carroll, who waa shot by Daniel Daly
on May 7th last, died thia afternoon
from the effects of hia wound. Carroll,
in company with Michael Lawton and
John T. burst into a room
where Daly was suspected to be with
Michael Lawton's wife. Daly, who waß
in bed, seized a pistol and fired several
shots at tbe intruders. John L. Lawton
was inßtantlv killed and Carroll was bo
badly wounded that he died today, aa
stated above. Daly is now on trial for
Jim Bill's rurclntnel.
Yankton, S. D., July 27 —It is stated
positively that the Great Northern rail
way hae purchased the Sioux City and
Northern railway, aUo the Sioux Falls,
Yankton and Southwestern railway now
under construction. Mr. Hill haa blbo
announced hiß decision to cross the Mis
souri river at Yankton and proceed
Boutbweet with hia railway next year.
TJnpaid Dental Kills.
Wilmington, Del., July 27.—A re
ceiver hits been appointed for the Wil
mington Dental Manufacturing com
pany. Tbe company in perfectly sol
vent, with liabilities of about $200,000
and aesete $015,000. Inability to realize
on bills caused the directors to take
action for their protection.
Once lOBt, it is difficult to restore the
hair. Therefore be warned in tiros, leßt
you become bald. Skookum Root Hair
Grower stops falling hair. Sold by
lJeath of a itnllroad Magnate.
Victoria, B. C. Juiy 27. —VV. T. Mel
lrn, general manager of the Northern
Pacific Railroad company, died here last
night of neuralgia of the heart.
Take Bromo Seltzer for Insomnia
Before retiring—trial bott.c 10 cts.
DENVER'S DESTITUTE WORKMEN
The Late Lynching Tanght a
Fears of Kiot and the Looting of
Banhs Have Asked Protection of Fed
eral Troops - The State Militia
Hold Under Arms Await
By the Associated rre«.
Dbnvkr, July 27.—The lynching ol the
Italian, Arata, last night haa showm the
immense crowd of idle workmen at
present in Denver what can be accom
plished by violence, and there Is dread
in tbe minds of many citizens that a
riot of enormous size, having for its
purpose the looting of the city, may
break out at any time. The thousands
of unemployed workmen already here
are being augmented daily by others
from throughout the state who are grad
ually working their way to Denver.
Tbe county and city and numerous char
ity organiz it ions are doing their best to
feed and shelter the great army of pen
niless people, but are incapable of meet
ing all the demands. The banks of tbe
city have called upon the tfnited States
troops at Fort Logan, of which there are
700, to be ready to protect their institu
tions in case of ai outbreak. Some of
the banks sre United States deposi
tories, and thus have a right to ask
government protection. The members
of the state militia and the Chatfee
Light artillery are now underarms at
tbe armory, awaiting developments.
Mayor Van Horn has issued a procla
mation requesting all good citizens not
to congregate on the streets, as it might
lead to an outbreak.
Thie evening a large crowd of unem
ployed gathered at Eighteenth and Mar
ket streets to exchange ideas on the
question of food and shelter. The police
broke tbe meeting up but Larimer
street is thronged for blockß with people,
many being merely curiosity-eeekera
waiting for something unusual to occur.
At midnight tbe streets are deserted
and all is quiet. C. V. Brennan who
led the lynching mob last night has
been arrested. Several old soldiers Bay
he is not a Grand Army man.
DAVIS WILL CASK.
The Celebrated Content Cornea TJp In tha
f Montana Courts.
Butte, Mont., July 27.—The famous
Davis will case came up for trial this
morning. Tbe contest of tbe will by
the children of A. A. Davis of Massa
chusetts, whose claim was owned by
Erwin Davie of New York, wae dismissed
by the court. The contest of Henry A.
Root, representing himself and certain
of the heirs, was continued Indefinitely.
Although it is impossible to learn ex
actly what has been done, it is under
stood that there is an arrangement be
tween the Root contestants and the
heirs of John Davis, and it is believed
the entire estate will be divided between
them. The court granted en order per
mitting the special administrator to sue
Erwin Davis upon promissory notes due
the estate, amounting to over ball a
A WOMAN IN tHK CASE.
The Tragic »_Bt. Louis Heal
Milwaukee, Wis., July 27. —Edward
Roseraan, a Sc. Louis real estate man
who has been receiving treattnent at
Wanwatoea sanitarium, was found in
the woods near that village this morning
with a bullet in the head. Ha was still
alive. He hired a buggy au4. took a
young woman out riding last evening.
Tho woman brought the horse back to
the stable without Roaeman. The po
lice are now looking for her.
Monmouth Park flaoefl.
Mon.ujuth Park, July 27.—The track
One mile —Raceland won, Julien eec
ond, The Ironmaster third; time, 1:41.
Five furlongs—My Lady won, Ana
wanda Becond, Mic Mac Queen third ;
Seven furlongs—Red Banner won,
Wormeer eecond, Treasurer third; time,
Optional stake, five furlongs—Aurelian
won, Terrapin eecond, Buairis third;
Raritan stakes, one mile and a quar
ter —Ajax won, Comanche second, Sport
third; time, 2:08>2.
Six furlongs—Quiver won, Fremont
second, I'isa (colt) third ; time, 1:14)4.
Bay District Bac«»,
San Francisco, July 27.—The Pacific
Coast Trotting association races today
resulted aa follows:
Trotting, 2:30 class—Bruno won, Fal
lacy Becond, Hera third; time, 2:24>£.
Pacing, 2:25 cUbb—Dexter Ttiorne
won the first heat, Loupe second, Whip
ple third; time, 2:33. Loupe won the
second heat, Whopole eecond, Dexter
Thorne distanced; time, 2:24. Loupe
won the third heat, Whopple second;
time, 2 :25>a'.
Mile daßh, trot—Silver Bee won. Sou
hrette eecond, Genevieve third; time,
Three-mile dash, trot—Senator L.
won, Sunrise Becond, Daylight third;
time. 7 :37.
Brighton Beach Kaces.
Brighton Beach, July 27.— The track
Six furlongs—Uncle S»m won, Lou
khett second, Bess McDuff third; time,
Four furlongs—Anglo won, Sprinkle
second, Honey Bee (colt) third; time,
Five furlonga—Gray Eagle won, Ger
aldine second, Skedaddle third; time,
Six furlongs—Eagle Bird won, Bolero
Becond, Billy S. third; time, 1:17.
One mile—Faithful won, King Crab
second, Mordotte third; time, 1:43?^.
Five furlonga—Eolo won, Morriauey
eecond, Lorlmer third; time, I:o3>£.
A Ilrluge at Pneblo.
Pueblo, Colo., July 27.—A flood came
down the river at 1 o'clock thia morning
from the grand csfnn of the Arkansas,
breaking over the levee in two places,
flooding the lower part of the city.
The city hall has five fett
of water on three sides. All the baae
meuta of that block are filled. The
waterworks tyre shut down by the flood.
Hundreds of poor people are driven
from their homes. The loss is $100,000.
Howl's Sarsaparilla absolutely cures where
otner preparations fail. It possesses inodicuiol
merit Peculiar to Itself.
Constipation and all t onbles with the diges
tive organs and the liver, are cured by Hood's
I'llls. Unequalled a* a dinner pill.
PARISIAN BICYCLE COSTUMES
The American Woman May Mow Take to
Them at Once, bat 1
It is not expected that the pictures
here ehown will find instantaneous favor
with the young woman whose bicycle is
now seen on the highways and byways
around New York, Bays the New York
World. They are too original and too
Frenchy, bat there is good reason for
tbat es they are copied from the Paris
journal l'Ulustration, which makes a
specialty of original French sketches.
After the first eevere shock ths bicycle
young woman will find in these cuts
food for reflection and careful study.
She will also Und much to admire. They
illustrate the costumes worn by French
women wno are addicted to the bicycle
habit, and no one can study them care
fully without realizing how very trim
ond comfortable the wearerslook. There
is no reason why they should not be
adopted in this country with the elight
modifications which our climate and
modesty may suggest.
One of the attractions of tbe French
bicycle costume is its very small coßt.
The rider in tbe first cut paid more than
necessary for ber here, but that wae be
cause abe insisted on black velvet trou
sers and a deep black velvet collar. Had
she been satisfied to have the whole
costume of the plain gray serge which
forms the skirt and jacket, she would
have saved money. This young person
also wears black silk hose, which are
not at all necessary. Lisle thread would
have been quite as effective and much
A very fetching and dainty figure is
Mademoiselle No. 2, and her outfit, jaun
ty as it looks, was made up for lesa than
half the price paid by her reckless sis
ter. Plain blue flannel with soft leather
leggings to match made her a beautiful
object at the trifling outlay of $6. Of
course she made the suit herself.
Tbe bicvcliat shown in the third cut
.was equally sensible, and even more in
genious. She wanted variety, and got
it by adding-to her gray flannel outfit a
very brilliant red Spanish jacket.
No. 4 ia less jaunty, but no less eco
World's Fair Colombian KdiUon Illus
This beautiful publication printed on
the finest book paper, is now on pale by
all the news dealers and at the Herald
bueineeß office. It ontaina 48 pages of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustrations. As a publica
tion to send to eastern frienda it has
never been equalled. Price 15 cents in
A Wisconsin Batik Failure.
Poktagb, Wis., July 27.—The City
Bank of Portage closed i's doors today.
It was capitalized at $25,000. H. Breese,
ex-secretary of state, ia president of tbe
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inducements offered at
-X- AVALON, Catalina Island.
Tickets over tho Wilmington Transportation Co.'a line, on sale at all railroad ticket stations,
carry with them the privilege of camping ground aud wster freo of cost. All garbage ami rnb
oi«n removed from esmp lo.s daily without charge. Hotels sud restaurants at popular prices.
FUfJNIaH KD TKNTB c«n be rented at the island, and, with board at therataur
ants, pnta accommodations within the reach of every puree. For further lnlormatlou apply at
713 in 130 WEST SECOND ST., LOS ANGELES.
MANHOOD RESTORED — "
B i_J BB P *»'•"•''cures nil nervousness ordlscnsesof the generative organs,
VT A_t Sb&«'ifkVstsinafU > «aßnetia, isifihtry BHisTtUuiisf, 'lipof
\ #SIL T *B toncy, Despondency, Varicocele., I'wiuatureneyjif
NT f V .-/ nnd if'onatipat ion. Cures where all else fulls. Tho doctdr
' it 3«» has discovered the active ririnciplo on which tho vitality of tho
BEFORE AN6 AFTER skxuai. apparatus it dependent.
The reason whymifTerers aro not cured !>v phvslclnns mid medicines is becanso ovor oo per cent
aretrouhled with Vi a.i J»tl«», fur whleh CTJPIDENE la the only known remedy to cure the wm
plaint witu'Mit an olMntlaA,, A ivrlHcn (Auaratttee to refund tho money it n permanent euro Is
lio< effeeied hv the n.e pf Mx bo.tas. »' w » >>"*• t,x ' ur tVA Kpud fcr cirCU*nrnnd U'sUinulilals.
Address UATOI, 3lt.iht.VMSm «"«».. I. O. ilux SO7S, BMi I'raucibco, CaL ibrSaU <<y
0. 11. HA.NCE, Agent, 177 and 179 N. Spring St.. Los Angeles. Cal.
THE NEW POLICY
—OT THE —
M-MiTM LIFE INSURANCE CO.
01 New York,
18 SUPERIOR TO ALL.
HENRY B. ST OK S3, President.
No restrictions on rssidenoe, occupation or
tnvel. bo suicide clause.
FRED B. MANCHESTER,
General Agent lor Southern Caliiornia,
Office, Bryson Block, Room 13.
Ip you have defective eyes
And value them consult us. No esse of defec
tive vision where glasie" are required it too
cnmp.lcited for us. The correct adjustment
of frsmos is quite as lmporta -.t as the perfect
fitting of louses, and the scientific fitting and
making of glasses and frsmos is our only busl
nes. (specialty). Byes examined and tested
free of cnarne. Wo use electrio power, and are
the only hmtse here that grinds gla»ses to order.
Kstablistud iRHti MM '
S. li. MARSHUTZ, Leading Scientific Optic
ian r>p;ciailßi). 167 Nortn Spring street, opp.
old i ourthouse. Don't foigwt tho number.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
A MEETING OF TIIB STOCKHOLDERS OF
THE FIRSrN»TioNALBA.vKof Los An
geles will be held at till bank's office ouSjl-
TiRDVY, AU -. 19. 1893, ATI O'ULO.K P.M.,
for the purpose of considering and acting on a
pioposltion toinnresse the capital *ock of eaid
bank from $200,000, divided into 2000 sliars
ef.flOD each, to #40u>,000, divided into 4.000
shares ef $100 oacb.
Rv order of the Board of Directors
7.18 ia J. M. ELLIOTt, President.
New and Secondhand
Carpets, Matting; and
gm~ Prices low for cash, or will s?ll on In
staTi-ents. Tel. 964. P.O. Box 921.
4-151 SOUTH SPRING ST.
~LARK & BRYSON,
(Successors to Clark A Humphreys)
Wholesale and Retail
Office, 123/4 West Second St., Bnrdlck block
Yards at Redondo and Los Angeles. 11l ly
A IT CT lON
Fresh Milch Cows,
Horses, Wagons, Etc.
SATURDAY, JULY 29, 10 A.M.
At 527 Bouth Spring Rti-eet, Bstween
nfih aua Sixth.
Twelve head of fresh milch Cows with Calves
by their side; grarlel Holsleiu and Jeisey: all
well broke and gentle; guaranteed as repre
sented. Also one team ol lifeht driving Horse?,
several Work and Driving Hor-os, one good
Sad.lle Hor«e, two Light Sprinj Wagon., Whip.,
Kobes. Blankets and Harneises. Sale po itlVo
and without limit or reserve.
MATLOCK & REED,
Alfcany Dental Parlors
107 Nortli Spring St, Its Angeles, CaL
A SET OF TEETH, $5.
Kxuniin it ion free.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to ft p. m,
From 7to 10 o'clock. 3-11 lyr
HACK ! Three-dealer
Day or Night I With or Without Driver
L. WILHELM, TtSS*
I. X. L. LIVERY AISD SALE STABLES,
826 S. Main st„ bet. Eighth and Ninth,
Telephone 207, Los Angelos
Good rigs, gentle horses and reliable drivers.
Prices reasonable. Special attention to horses
hoarded by tne day, weak or month. Horses to
let by the day, week or month. Brick stable*.
Are proof. *
© MANUFACTORY JfiWELER
lfs% WATCH REPAIRER & OPTICIAN
ISL M Dealer in DIAMONDS. WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWtfLRV, SILVER
fLAI i. and OPTICAL GOODS.
122 S. MAIN STREET
Emblemr, Pint, and Ilaogej Modo to Older
GLASS & LONG,
AND GENERAL BOOKBINDERS,
N.W. Cor. Temple and New High Sts
12 7 lyr Telephony 535.
FASH lON STABLES
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
lOT OUTFiTS OF ALL DESQURTIONS
Horses Boarded i>; Day, Week or Month at
Loweit Living Kates.
RIVERA & RIOS, Proprietors,
j Tsl. 751 7-21 lm 217-219 E. FIRtT