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BEAT SACKS OP GOLD NUGGETS
en Making: Bi«r Money in
Redrock District.
rers Who Are Making- One Hun
dred Dollars a Day.
o«t Glowing Acoonnta Kecplrod From
a New (lamp Northeast or Mejave.
The Location or ths New
Diggings.
The following taken from the Lancaa
ir Gazette of yesterday indicated tbe
tistence of a bonanza raining camp
t.the (Joier district to wbich it refers :
J Frank Budd and U, Zimmerman re
ined Wednesday to Lancaster from a
t i Jri'p to the gold fields northeast of Mo
ive. They are highly elated with tbe
• rospecta for obtaining the shining nug
9ts out there, and went back yesterday
, i feo to work. They report great ex
teinont in tbat region and a good many
an striking it rich. Budd says he saw
bole sacks oi gold nuggets co rich and
fcijning tbat they made his eyes water
' Ind grow dim.
There is a postoflice called Koebn and
two stores out there. Tbe meu in Red
jßock canon are taking out $100 worth of
', jn begets to the man each day. The boys
say it looks tempting to see them mu
ling the dry washers and at tbe clean
up pick up tbe yellow nuggets and drop
hem in the great glass jars right there
lefore their eyes. Tbe nuggeta are
vorth $1d,50 per ounce,
i a" new find further up the road to
(tarda luyo county is drawing scores of
irospectors there, G. W. Hamilton of
.ancaster, with three other men, have
lUUCtk a very rich claim and are iv dirt
ii at pays from $1 to $1.25 per pan, al
'ungh they were not yet down to bed
rock when Budd and Zimmerman came
iway on Tuesday.
thk CAM?'* LOCATORS.
Mr. Charles Mulhollmd of Independ
ence, who is in the city, yesterday gave
i Hkkai.d reporter the following (acts
ibout the camp:
l The gold fields at Goler and Redrock
ire easily reached from Mojave. The
way ia over the stage road to Inyo
cunty ;it ie blbo the road ovor wbich
ihe teama haul borax iroui Hearten'
ttorks to Mojave. At a point about 21
m.les north from Mojave tho road di
f idee ; oue branch bearing east of north,
Ihe other turning west.
prom tbe point where the road forks
i email lake ie seen about three miles
eaet and out on the plain. Beyond this
lake ia a chain of low rolling hills, To
ward the north end of that chain of
hills, and eight to 12 miles beyond tbe
little lake, ia the Goler district. Going
toward Inyo couuty from the forks of
the road, and about two niilea from
ttytt point, tbe road enters a narrow
cation. About three quarters of a mile
no tbe canon is another opening to the
north. It ia up lhat rsivino one to two
miles that the ricu gold diggings are
found.
Jl'p the main cation about one mile
beyond the ravine is a station of the
Mojave and Keeler stage line. In the
•fain canon a stream rip wattr flows at
: * seasons, in tho summer very small,
but in winter eometimea becomes a tor
rent oi large size.
Mr. Mulholland gives the following
facts of hia own knuwledge about the
new diggings:
Last Wednesday four men took ont
IS ounces with a dry washer. The gold
is worth $1S per ounce. It is all coarse,
littae beiug fouud liner that wheat
grains. Many pieces are found worth
Irom $2 to $6 or $8 each piece. Uue
piece of quartz and gold was found as
big as a hen's egg; half the mass ie
gold. There ia but a thin layer of
earth and Band covering the badrock on
which tbe gold is found.
On Thursday a prospector found a
ttVe looking quart/, ledge a short dis
tance above the placer ground. This
may prove to be the mother ledge from
which all the placer gold cornea.
A large number of miners are now
working at the new camp, aud more art*
hastening there every day. It ia the old !
experience over again, where minora
find money easily they epend it lav-
I'.ny, bud the canipe at Bedrock begin
to show some featurea of extravagance
that were very familiar iv old tiuiea. At
Gdler the placer claima are turning out
a good deal of gold alao. Bedrock ia
about 25 milea nortb from Mojave, on
the road to Owens volley ; Goler ia a few
miles farther distant,and about lOmiles
east. Near the old Cerro Gordo mines,
esjst from Owens lake, an extraordinary
rich ledge waa struck a few weeks ago.
The ore carriea about 40 per cent lead,
60 or 70 ounces silver, and a great deal
of gold. Many a.ie<iVß chow over $7000
gold per ton. Solid piece* of gold,worth
Jrem $5 upward to $10, $15, $20, or even
more, are found. One hundred dollara
was offered, and refused, for one oi the
P'.ecoti found a few daya ago. The lucky
prospectors are opening up the ledge,
end appearances justify the belief that
tbey have a fortune before them.
STILL THEY OOME.
Climate Seekers Frum the East IVho
Are Bere.
following passengers forming a
Benta Fe excursion arrived Wednesday
livening:
"Miss Fames, Boston, Macs.; Mian K.
Barry, Kxetero, Mbbb. ; Mr. and Mrs. J.
B, Moxley, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Mox'ey,
South Boyalton, Vt.; J. Wing, Mrs-
Beckett, Portland, Me.; Mrß. M. E.
F«eueb, Mrs. E. A. Ward, Miss A. Do
lan, Mrs. E. Dunbar, MiBS Dunbar, Bos
ton. Mbbb. ; Mre. J. F, Avery, Naßhau,
N, H.; Mrs. Riedon and family, St. Al
ans, Vt.; Mre. E. Erwin, Bangor, Me.;
liss 0. J-Olney, Mrs. O. B. Swanton,
oweMl, Mass.; J. P. Corkrey, Boston;
Irs. {*, M. Robinson, W. Robinsen,
toelsland; 8. L. White, Boston; Mrs.
(•jargon, Mrs. L, Buckminsier, Mrs. N.
jj Smith, Mrß. C. 8. Lee, Lowell, Mbbb. ;
[llbs M. F. Hanlon. Mrs. Smith, Miss
Smith, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. Blisa, J. T.
klead, Worcester, Mass.; W. F. Snow
md daughter, Boston, Mass.; D. H.
t'<',arren, Bangor, Me.; Mrs. Bradstreet,
toston, Mass.; G. M. Davis, Farming
ion, Me.; Miss L, F. Pierce, J. E. Wal-
Uie, Boston; M.s. N. Perry, Miss E. L.
UeDonald, Miss J. Holliday, Toronto,
5nV ; W.J. Bums and family (ti), Col
iorne, Ont.; J. P. McGraw and family
A), Chicago, III,; Miss M. Reilly,
tew York; 0. X, Tart, Chicago, 111.;
H. Schmidt and family, W. P. Schmidt,
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Ferdon, A. Mclven,
Chicago; W. H. Freeman, Detroit;
Mib* E. Hogle, Youngatown, O.; Mra.
M. E. Taft, Chicago; B. Myers, Youngs
town, O.; J. W. Raymond, Chicago; .1.
H. Speara and family, Watertown, N.
V.; Mra. Langwortliy, Chicago; Mr.
and Mr*. C. T. Lock, Worceater; W. G.
Thompson, Chicago; W. A. Freeman,
Kansas City ; Mra. S. A. llobell, Chica
go ; Mra. E. Wallace, Kansas City; W.
E. Wallace, Kansas City; Mr*. S. Mont
gomery, Mt. Vernon; L, Cordway and
family, Ft. Wayne; Mis* R. Travers,
Carrolton, Mo.; Mrs. F. Hewit, Alton,
111.; Mrs. H. K. Jones, Kansas City.
Mra. H. E. Smith, Mrs. E. Miller, Mre.
E, Wilson, Mr. and Mra. A. 8. Thomas,
Kauaaa City; J, E. Kagedale, Vin
cenuear.G. Wilson and family, Colorado
Springs; F. Crawford, Miaa Grace L.
Carter, C. W. Crawford and family, T.
Noble, Oakland, 111.; Mr. and Mra. T.
B. Lawsun, Mre. S. Scarrett, St. Louie;
Mrr. J. VV. Stone, Rogers, Ark,; W. J.
Armietead and party of six, Vincennea ;
W. E. Green, Mra. M. Hutchins, Miss
Jessie Barr, Boßton ; Mra. I. Patterson,
Miss C. Patterson, Concortt, N. V.; Misa
K. Foley, MiBB S. Dougherty, Mra, C.
W. Roberteon, Montreal; Mrß. W. Col
man, W. O. Cole, W. J. , Wbittcoah, To
ledo; A. T. Wilaon, Detroit; Miaa W.
Colton, Butte Creek; Mies W. A. Mc-
Donald, Miaa 0. Rice, New York ; Miss
,1. E. Walah, A. P. Millbank, Pittsburg;
VV. E. Scbmder, W. A. Bracewood,
Philadelphia; Miaa W. B. Campbell,
Miab R, Watson, Briton; J. B. Wataon,
Cleveland; Mrs. J. A. Mason, Indian
apolis; VV. A. Stewart, St. Joseph ; Mra.
E. P. Gilmore, Sedalia; Mis. L. M.
Wayneßcott. Springfield, 111.; W. S. Syl
veaner, Mrs. C. A. Thompson, Kaunas
City.
HYLAND VS. HOLCOMB.
MRS. HYLAND TRIES TO HaVE
THAT ATTORNEY DISBARRED.
ehe Charge* Him With All the Misdo
ings Iv the Calender, bbt the
Bar Association Lets the
Hatter Drop.
Yesterday afternoon, juet before dark,
a atory readied the lii.u.vn to the ef
fect tbat Mr. Richard Duuuigan, attor
ney at law, whose office is at tbe corner
of New High and Temple etreets, had
preferred charges in the superior court
against Wayne Uolcomb, another at
torney of hia eßty, with a view to hia
expulsion from the bar.
A reporter celled on Mr. Dunnigan at
his residence on Primroee avenue hint
evening. The family bad evidently re
tired for the night, but a ring at the
bell brought an iilderiy gentleman to the
door, who kindly showed the visitor in
to the parlor.
"Mr. Dunnigan, I came to ccc you with
reference to tbe charges preferred by
you againet Mr. Wayne liolcomb, with
a view to diabarinent," aaid the re
porter.
"My dear air," replied Mr. Dunnigan,
"I have preferred no chargeß of any sort,
either againat Mr. Holcomb or anybody
elee. We have a bar aaaociation here
ac iv all other metropolitan citiea, and I
am a member of it, aa well aa chairman
ol the committee on grievances. To
that committee waa referred a com
plaint made by a]Mra. Hyland, who had
just emcged from a divorce euit in
which Mr. Holoouib had been his at
torney.
"The complaJa* relerred to you was
one preferred by the lady against her
late attorney. With what did ehe
charge him?" aßkied the scribe.
"Well, if you hi.il aaked me what she
didn't charge him with it would have
been eaaier to answer you. She charged
him witb everything. If there wae
anything ehe didn't charge him with, it
was because it is not iv tbe calendar."
"What cognizance .aid you take o« the
caee, MV. Dunnigan?"
"None whatever, air. I tsied on aev
eral occaeione to get Hae co/oaniittee to
gether, but Senator Del Vaille was the
only oue that came. As it takes three
to make a quorum of the. committee I
tvaa obliged to give it up."
Wbich greatly exaapenuted the lady,
I presume?" asked the rerporter.
"Of course it did," replied Mr. Dun
nigan. "She and a lady friend of hers
called at my office and aaed ahe readily
understood why the matter never re
ceived any cognizance aa our hands.
She aaid all the lawyers were standing
in together."
"Which made you feel very badly, of
conaee," replied the reporter. "By the
way, Mr. Dunnigan, weret.pere ever any
feelings of hostility helms en yourself
nnd Mr. Holcomb?"
"None whatever, I use-are you, air.
Finding that ahe could get no relief at
the hands of the bar association, the
lady came to me and got me to revise
her manuscript and lick tbe subject
matttr into shape. That's all." ■>
EUGENE FIELD.
Th» Chicago HumorUtln Tvwaiai a Cli
mate Kefugaa..
Tbe well-known journalist, Eugene
Field, v?boee name is a household word
all over the country, arrived here yes
terday afternoon and is staying at the
Hollenbeck.
Mr. Field is not here in m journalistic
capacity. He comes here ftor his health,
having been threatened \iit u an attack
ot pneumonia, and be will, be likely to
remain here until April at; least.
He felt co exhausted by the fatigue of
bis overland journey that, he declined to
be interviewed laet evening. Mr. Field
is a man of absut 45 ;<ears of age and
has had a varied experience in Colorado
and other mining states. He can be
called a poet and hat written many lit
tle things so full of feeling that he must
be rated as something more tban a mere
jingling rhymester. Bat it is ac a para
grapher tbat be excel*, and that is the
secret of his popularity. He has the
happy faculty of th rowing as much meat
into four lines as most men do into ten.
He has the best wishes of the newspaper
fraternity for his speedy recovery.
CLEMENT CONVICTED.
A Sensational Kptaude In the United
Ntutoit (Aonrt.
Charles Clement, arrested by the fed
eral authorities for forging • money or
der belonging to Lena Murray, wai yes
terday convicted in the United States
district court. He will be sentenced
next Monday.
A sensational episode in the ease oc
curred when a man named D. Mnrray
testified in behalf of the defendant. Hii
testimony appeared to be so glaringly
false that he was ordered into the custo
dy of the United States marshal to await
the action ol the grand jnry.
LOS ANGELES HERALD, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER Hi. 1803.
WAS IT MURDER BY CREMATION
Examination of Aguilar, the Al
leged Wife Murderer.
Some of the Testimony Looks Very
Damaging.
Details or How Mra. Aguilar Was
Burned-Evidence to Show That
Aguilar Committed tho
Cruel Decil.
The preliminary examination of
Abram Aguilar, on a charge of murder
ing hiß wile by burning her, was com
menced in Jußtice Seaman's court yes
terday morning and waa continued until
today.
Tbeevidence adducedyeeterday, taken
an a whole, ia greatly against the de
fendant, and during the afternoon the
case grew leea hopeful for him.
Tbe court room wae thronged with
people, standing room being at a
premium.
The examination waß commenced at
10 o'clock, when about 30 witnesses
were sworn.
The defendant's attorney, H. T. Gage,
announced that he would assume tbe
course adopted in regular trials, and
place alt witnesses upon the stand.
Deputy District Attorney Davis is con
ducting tbe proaecution.
Mies Silvaa, a Bister of Mrs. Aguilar,
teatitiea that her aieter had had dreams
in wbich she would call out Aguilar's
name. She said no person was about
the house ou the day the girl waa
burned.
She testified further substantially bb
follows: 1 reaide on Pearl street. I
know the defendant., Have known him
two years. 1 saw my sister on tbe tith
of this month. I know how ahe came
to her ueath. She burned up. I saw
her when she waa horning. She waa
rnnniug away from the water closet,
toward the atreet. She screamed :
"My husband burned me; tbat un
grateful wretch!"
Her language waa nut very loud. She
waa but a few feet from the closet at
the time, about 25 feet. She waa going
toward Kuhrts street. Her clothing wae
burning from behind. I saw no person
in the backyard when 1 went out the
back door. The only person I caw
about there was tbe man who put tbe
fire out (Mr. Gentry.)
Before the fire waa extinguished,
while in the atreet, my aieter cried
out: "There be gqes, catch up to him,
quick I"
My aister wae going on 16 years, and
died at 5 o'clock in the morning. She
waa married on the 4th of September of
the preaent year. They lived together
nine days. Tbe day she left the ranch I
heard him aay to her that he would kill
her.
Mr. Gage aaked : "Have you not fre
quently heard her apeak up in her Bleep
and cry out, "Abraiu is after me?"
"Yea, sir," answered the sister.
Continuing, the witness eaid that she
first heard her Bialer cry out, "Abram ia
after me," about five daya before the
burning. At theae timea ahe was very
much excited and would shake all over.
She waa contiuually crying out, "Abram
ie after me."
Joseph Gentry wae then aworn. He
eaid: I live on Elmira street. I am a
carpenter. On the 6th of tbia moutn I
lived on Kuhrts street, opposite the
houae of the deceaaed* I first caw her
about 10 o'clock. About 1 o'clock 1
heard her scream. I looked out ; ahe
wae on fire. I grabbed two bedquilta.
I caught her in the etreet, threw her
down and put out tbe lire. When I
firat saw her, berclothea were on fire at
the bottom, in the back. When I got
to her the flames were blazing over ber
head. She eaid something in Spanish
wbich I couii not understand. She said
something that I understood as "cruel,"
or something eimilar,
Upon crocs-examination Mr. Gentry
etared that when he firat saw the girl
ehe was about 30 feet from the cloet.
He bad a good view of the surroundings
aud aaw no one but the burning girl.
At the conclusion of the morning ses
sion tbe court and attorney went over to
Mrs. Aguilar's bouse and inspected tbe
premises.
At the afternoon seseion Dr. Parsons,
assistant county physician,wbo attended
Mrs. Aguilar the day abe waa burned,
testified tbat tbe burns alone cauaed
death. lie gave her morphine to allevi
ate suffering, as it was only a question of
time until death would ensue.
The defendant's attorney attempted to
get the doctor to aay tbat the effects ol
morphine and chloroform were some
what the same when tbe patient is re
covering from tbeir use, but he was an
swered tbat tbey were not.
Dr. Parsons stated that Mra. Aguilar
was perfectly rational and tbat the ef
fects of the morphine did not affect her
atatement.
William A. Willee of Anaheim testi
fied to having known Aguilar since 1877.
Hie general reputation waa good so far
as he knew.
J, K. Tuffree, tbe well known rancher,
who resides three mile* from Fulierton,
eaid he had known Aguilar 27 years.
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Messrs. flambeau, Gua Davia and
Hangberger all testified to having known
Aguilar for over 25 years and that his
general reputation was good.
Mra. Valleatero, wbo reaidea at 613
Kuhrta street, testified to having seen
two men at tbe coruer of Kuhrta and
Moulton streets about 1 o'clock on De
cember 6th, the day and about the hour
Mra. Aguilar waa burned. She could
nol recognize Aguilar as being either of
tbe men, but said that she saw one oi
them run.
Alexander Ortego, the 11-year-old boy '
who says he saw a man near the Silvaa
houae at 12:30 o'clock on tbe day of the
burning, was put upon the witneea
atand.
Prosecuting Attorney Davis started to
examine the witness, when tbe defend
ant's attorney aaked permission to aek
the boy a* to the obligation of an oath.
Tt.j attorney mixed the boy in his state
ments as to bis knowledge of heaven and
hell, when the prosecuting attorney
presented the law, showing the boy,who
is oyer 10 years old, to be capable. The
attorney for the dwfenae made an argu
ment in favor of ex-cludiag the witneea,
but the court overruled the objection
aud inatructod tbe witness.
Tbe boy swore positively tbat just aa
be was returning to school between 12
and 1 o'clock be aaw thedefendant drive
paat in a buggy. He said the wheels
were red and the top of the buggy black,
but could not tell tbe colox'of the horses.
Aguilar, he said, drove but a abort dis
tance when he hitched hiei horee to a
poat, and then walked bacit, and went
over into a lot adjoining that upon
which the Silvaa residence is located.
The boy then etarted for school, and
when a block away heard the scream.
He also testified aa to identifying tbe
defendant in the couuty jaii, bmt upon
croaa-examination admitted taat he
knew tbe defendant, having mutt him
three timea. He also stated that bus
mother wae the one wbo told him thau
Aguilar burned hia wife. Ho further
atated that he had talked with aeveral j
partiea upon the aubject.
The laat witness examined waß a Mra. (
Weaver, who liveß on an adjoining '
street. Her testimony waa eomewbat \
atartling. She ewore that she caw
Aguilar standing within 12 feet of the
closet when the girl ran out on tbe
etreet.
Tbia witness allowed thatehe had eaid
not a word ahont this matter until
Wedneßday. Attorney Gage, in hie
crocs-examination, eomewbat rattled
Mra. Weaver, but ehe told an apparently
straight story.
The caae was continued until this
morning. Tbe prosecution having two
more witneeeeß to be beard.
CONCERNING OUR WINES.
MR. WETMORE SENDS VINEYARD
IS TS ENCOURAGEMENT.
The Commissioner from California Be
tleves Til it Will Be the Outcome
of the Tarld' Fight—A Mew
York Jfxhibtt.
Pan Francisco Examiner: Charles A.
Wetmore, who waa sent to Chicago by
the viticultural commission to paas on
the viticultural exhibit at the world's
fair, has cent in hia first report. It ia
interesting to all wine growere in the
etitte. The report ia sent from New
York:
"While awaiting the final result ol
examination of California winea and
hrandiea exhibited at the world'a Co
lunibiaa e.voaition,'' he aaye, "I have
devoted come f ti me New York to the
question-of' file practicability of a wine
exhibit bore with cafe facilities. In this
matter I have secured all tbat our etate
could aek, but the plan iB nol yet per
fected sufficiency for final submission."
Mr, Wetmore jroea on to aay that the
report of the Brniab royal commiaaion
on Calliornia wines and brandies made
by Charlea F. Oldham will prove the
first important etep towards recognition
of tbe merits and improving conditions
of California vintages. He suggests
tbat samples in liberal quantities of all
the winea and brandies should be col
lected by tbe state viticultural commis
sion and forwarded to bim immediately.
"The supposition that there would be
an attempt to lower tbe tariff on winea
by the waya and meana committee in
congress ia now eupplanted by tbe cer
tainty that an attempt will be made to
accomplish the same by a treaty with
France."
WOULDN'T MAKE THE TRADE
And a Heavy Salt for Damages la ths
Result.
Papera in a damage euit for $5000 have
been filed with the county clerk by tbe
Newhall Hydraulic Mining company
against J. C. Gregory and A, H, Mer
min.
It appears that the plaintiff waa the
owner of certain property in thia connty,
and had almost completed negotiations
for ita sale with an eaetern capitalist
named Keller.
The company claim that tbe defend
ants posted a notice upon the land
warning all persons from trespassing on
the property.
They also claim that Keller saw the
notice and refused to complete the
trade.
HE COULDN'T PAY HIS BILLS.
M. C. Fur-don and Kills
Himself.
Put a Bullet Through His' Brain on
Account of Debt.
lie Wm the Euibind or the of
Dr. Bteiuhauaer, Who Commit
ted Suicide About 81a
Months Ago.
M. 0. Fnrdon, a laborer wbo lived at
731 South Los Angelea atreet, eliot and
killed himself at 12 o'clock yeaterday.
Tbe only reaeon aeeigned ior the act
waa tbat he waa in debt and could not
pay hia bills.
Fmdon was about 23 yeara of age.
Aborat five montha ago he married Mra.
J. (i. Steinhauaer, whoae huaband com
mitted Euicide by taking morphine.
Steiniiaußer waa a doctor and druggiat.
An inqueat was held upon the body
by Coroner Catea at Sharp's undertak
ing parlors at 4:30 o'clock yeaterday
afternoon when a verdict of snicide by
shooting waa rendered. Furdon ehot
himaelf: in tbe right temple and died in
30 mm otua.
Dr. Ctuttler testified to being called in
after ttie shooting and found Furdon
iying ndair the door in a pool of blood,
lie tightly clasped a revolver.
Jamea: Adelman, a carpenter, to whom
Furdon waa indebted for a horae and
buggy, eaid that Furdon had invited
bim to lunch and they went to the
house trrgether. Tbey took a drink on
tbe way home bet there was nothing to
show that Furdon waa under the influ
ence of ffiquor. Furdon was in tne front
room wfth one of the children.
Mre. Alice Furdon, wife of tbe de
ceased, gave testimony in accordance
wilii tbe above. Their marriage had
tieen very happy and he never aeemed
tleepi indent.
A BOY BURGLAR.
Wil&a Allen Hells a Stove Belonging to
Another Person.
Detective Goodman walked into the
police .station yesterday with a boy
named Willie Allen, who has- the ap
pearance of being about 8 years old.
although tie is older. The charge
against th t boy was burglary.
He is ac tuaed of breaking into a email
house of Mrs. H. M. Hanscom on
Twenty-ae\ tsoth street, and taking an
oil stove ii ni atber things, which he
sold to a jun (k dealer.
Mre. Han ecom resides at 317 Clay
street, and i wd left some furniture in
the small house on 'I weuty-seventb
Btreet.
The boy et stered by a window and
succeeded in "keeping bouse" with a
chum, They i tried the stove and other
furnishings un til tbey got tired and
then Bold tbem.
The boy's fatl ler ia a carpenter resid
ing on Twenty-e eventh Btreet, near San
Pedro. The yourthiul burglar will prob
ably be sent to t he reform school.
Mew Suits filed.
Preliminary patptara in the following
new Buita were .tiled with the county
clerk yeaterday:
Antoine Began via. Marie Began; suit
to obtain partition v of real estate.
Newhall Hydra alic Mining company
vs. J. C. Gregory ift al.; suit to recover
$5000 damages for defamation of title.
Editb Schwab i is. Henry Benedict et
ux.: suit to foreck **c mortgage.
Torpid liver is cnrei I by TUTT'S PILLS.
\"l Wna & Wreck
WNfh■ fcatarrh. Itm» 'U -su : '»■ andgenerally broken
do-Va, fl«for» I had tia ;-ra half a bottle of
HecSPi SaraapaATUaldoKljictter. Now I am m
Kom's'P* Cures
Rood ti. \siftt3i. f;n'all'of my rharika are duo
t» Hot>ti'o Scareiapariaa." mks. sr. c.
Bo»«.t v !^ r,lr ™! Ca -'>SM- Get Hooel's
Hooefs ''" r3 CbnjiUparton by restor
ing the E psialatt'c t,' ■: i oi'ilc aiimautary canal.
THOS. B.CLARK,
—WtAl ESTATE AND GENERAL—
AUCTIONEER
DEALER.' IN NEW & SECOND-HAND
SAFES,
232 W. FIRST ST.
PARK
FOOTBALL MATCH.
POMONA COLLEGE
- - VS. OLIVES
TO-DAY (SATURDAY) 2 P.M.
Before the game S. W. Fox will ride
against the Coast bicycle record for one
mile.
ADMISSION, 25 CETNTa
tacob hil.l',
<S2B& I*J Manufacturer of
'( t mwm Mr Meerschaum and Briar
.eS/ ' Pipe*. Repairing ol all
«Vv StmS i kfo< J* promptly at-
: tended to. Terms rea-
. aonabto. . First claaa
work. 122 South Maim street. 12-7 lm
.Vet/; York, . ... JL« Anjt'ei.
VILLE! PARIS
BRANCH OF SAN FTtANCISCQ HOUSE,
Potomac Block,
223 SOUTH BROADWAY,
FOR THE LADIES:
Just Received.
New and Stylish
Garments.
T U4. $10, $12.50, $15, $20 -- . I
JdCKCIo. _ _ _ A nd upwards,
p $12.50, $17.50, $20, $22.50 - - -
_ _ a And upwards.
OEirSpeciai—Fur Capes—Latest Models.
G. VERDIER & CO.,
TELEPHONE 893. 223 SOUTH BROADW AY.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE IX PASADENA.
MEDICAL aKIIgIL INSTITUTE
241 S. MAIN ST., R00M65 1, 3, 5 AND 7.
Regular graduate, legally lieen»eu, SPECIALISTS WITH VRAkS OF EXPKRI KNCK ml the
treatment oi Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Oi.eases. Consultation Iree and invited , A
Iriendly talk or opinioa cost, you nothing, MedieUae .sett by mail or express everywb era,
hecurely packed f loin observation. Curable diseases guaranteed. Wbere doubt exists ia ia
frankly staled. Hours, 9to 3 aud 7to 8 p.m. Bundav, 10 to I'-.
TYTTs*!? "iT'sTTTC! Orsanic Weakness, f Ar i»'«B f;om Indiscretion, Excess or
1 \ .|\Vli U v% i- iii « Indulgence, producing some of the fbl
■ V - 1 -'- LlJ * Failing Memory, | lowing effects: Nervousness. Debility,
Lack nf Ktit'l'irv I Diinuois of Bight, Self Distrust, DeMc-
IJrLXjI \j\ I V situ. * " ye Memory, Pimples on the Face,
1/1 " ■*- Physical Decay. | Aversion to tbe Society of Females,
Lots of Ambition, Lack ol Confidence, Hloomiueis, Despandaucy, Barrenness, Unfitness to
Marry. Melancholy, Dyspepsia, Lost Manhood, Palus in the Jiack, Varicocele, treated with smi
cesa—safely, privately.
BLOOD AND SKIN
-»-»-»-' v tious, Aoue, £ zema, Old Bores, Ulcers,.
Painful Swellings from whatever cause, treated hy rit":i;i- oi safe, time-tried remedies.
Kriff sad MwalUll Joints and Rhsnnstom, th« K»siil< >r Htiiod Hoi.™, VUKEH,
KIDNEY AND URINARY
-»-*--»"»-'liloodvUrinecareful y treated
UKbIXMAI. STKIC'TItitK r«riu»neiitly Cured. Sofi-fuellufr buueh or earth-like
w-ritiH. Varlcnc-lp. ia ctn-nbl.-.
HOME TREATMENT SffSKKtii'™ Z e ;X g m e [aeM,,mptoml
We have associated with us a SPECIALIST v/ho cures diseases of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THRCJ/iT.
CATARRH treated by our soecial method—the ONLY SUCCESSFUL
TREATMENT.
DISEASES OF VV OMEN CURED.
No instruments, no exposure of person, scientific treatment, perfect confi
dence, years of unlimited success.
Call on or address
Los Angeles Medical and Surgical Institute, 24i S. Main St.
13-13 tf
COAL! COAL! COAL!
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON, )
CANNEL, - - - - \ DOMESTIC.
NANAIMO, FOR STEAM.
WHITE'S CEMENT, COKE, CHARCOAL, ETC.
FUEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HANCOCK BANNING,
IMPORTER,
Tela. 36 aud 1047. 8-13 tl LIO West Second St
AMUSEMENTS,
EVV LOB ANttEEES THEATER.
(Under direction oi AL. Haywan.i
H. C, WYATT, Managor.
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
DEC. 18th, loth. AND SOth.
THE POPULAE YANKEE COMEDIAN
CHAS. L. DAVIS
With the Funniest of All Plays
ALVIN JOSLIN
A Tornado of Infections Laughter.
IHE FUNNIEST OLD MAN ON EARTH.
Accompanied by
A GREAT COMPANY
GRAND SCENERY AND
REALISTIC EFFECTS.
A CARLOAD OF SPECIAL SCENERY.
REGULAR PRICES-lfl. 75c. 50c and 25c.
Of- TUESDAY NIGHT, DEC. 19th, BENE
FI™OUN(JIL OF LABOR.
NEW I.OS ANGELES THRATJEK.
Under direction of Al Hayman.
H. C. WYATI, Manager.
Two Nights aud Matinee,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
Dec. 14, 15 and 10,
Grand spectacular and military enter
tainment,
COLU M BIA!
For the benefit of
FRANK BARTLETT MONUMENT FUND,
Under the auspices of the Bartlett .t Logan
W. R. C.
Entire entertainment under tbe direction of
Prof. Hbnby J. Kraker.
Uaual piices—sl, 75c, 50c, 25c. Children 5
to 12 years SOc and 25c. for Matiuee only.
Box office open at 0 a.in. Wednesday. Decem
ber 13. 12-13 14t
BURBANK TBKaTBH,
Mala St., bnt. Fifth and Sixth.
Fitan A. Ci)o»ica, Director.
MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 11,
Every Evening During toe Week (except Sun
day) and Saturday Matiuee.
MR. DARRELL VINTON
In the Greatest of all Romantic
Dramas,,
MONTE OR ISTO
Supported by the entire Cooper
Company of Players.
Wonderful scenic, mechanical and electrical
"fleet*
Grand Matinee Saturday at 2 p.m.
Popular prices—lsc, 2Uo aud 30c. Bex seats
50c and 75c.
Poor* open 7:15- Curtain rises at 8 o'clock.
Carriages can be ordered Apr 10:30.
Reserved seats on sale at the box otUce ouo
week iv advance. |
AMUSKMeSTB^
VTHIiKTIU *"AKk.
Take Electbic Cabs,
BASE BALL.
Los logelesGt'cys vs. Redondo Olympics,
SUNDAY. DEC. 17.
Game called at 2 o'clock sharp.
Admission, 25c; Children. 15c; Ladies free.
Grand stand reserved especially for the
ladies and their escorts. 12-16 2t
BALL.
Custer's Last Rally
JOHN MULVANEY'S GRAND PAINTING
of the massacre on the Little Big Horn will
be exhibited in Los Angeles, commencing
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6.
ONLY CHANCE! ONLY CHANCE!
To see this celebrate! picture, which has cre
ated a sensation wherever exhibited.
MUSIC II ALL daily from 2 to 10 p m.
During the next week achool children w ltt
be glveu an opportunity to see this wonderful
work of art at 10 cents eacb.
Admission 25e. 12-3 14
V' IW VIENNA BUFFET,
IX Court St., bet. Main and Sprlug sts.
F. KERKOW, Proprietor an 1 Mgr.
Free ReHued Kutertainmepit Every Evening
from 7:31) until 12, and Saturday
Matinee from 1 lot p,m.
First appearance iv LosAugelesof Europe's
greatest novelty,
MISS LEONORA.
First appearance iv L(.s Angeles of the famous
tittle
MISS TRIXEOA.
One more week of the ftivorite of Los
Angeles,
MISSS cukmbnce,
The gi noelul little Ueauty,
MISS ANTON I E GREVE.
Fine Commercial iuuch daily. .Meala ala
carte at all hours. 3H ly
MUSIC II LI,
spring st.. bet, Second and Third sti.
gtUND GONCEBT AMD BALL
To be Qlyen .. it. -La Fraterftite Lodie No.
7S, Knight* 01 Pythias,
Saturday tvening, Dec. 23.
TICKETS FOR BALE BY MH.MBEK3.
Ucuck'Ui :: 50e. Ladies U'ree.
12-12-12 i
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