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The Schooner Volant from San Pedro Lost at Sea. Nothing Seen or Heard of Her Crew of Nine Men. Ihe Bark Majestic Thought, to Have Gone Bonn In the Same Gale with Her Crew uf Eleven Men. By the Associated Press. San Francisco, Jup. 14. —The steamer Costa Rica which arrived here today from Departure bay, reports that on January 13th the schooner Volant, which sailed in ballast December 18th, from San Pedro for Eureka, was seen floating bottom up off Gorde rock. Nothing has been heard of the Volant's crew of nine men. The Volant was commanded by Captain Peterßon, who owned a one-eighth interest in the ves sel.' Following are the names of others of the crew as far as obtainable: 0. Thompson, first mate; Julius Larsen, second mate; George Nash, steward; John Nicholson and Charles Nelson. Be fore tbe Volant sailed from San Pedro, George Dixon and Joseph Walters, who belonged to the crew, were paid off and left the vessel. The Volant was valued at $25,000. It is thought that the gale that wrecked the Volant also sent the bark Majestic to the bottom. She is now-30 days out from Seattle and waß in the Btorm of December 23d and 24th. She Was an old vessel and heavily loaded with coal. The general opinion among sailors is that her seams opened and that she went down bodily. The Ma jestic left here on November Bth, last, with a general cargo for Seattle. She made a fair passage up, and after dis charging, loaded coal for this port. She sailed on tbe 13tb of Decemher. If she lived through the terrific southeaster of the following Saturday, then she was canght again in the storm that raged all day Friday and Chiist mas eve. The bark was 40 years old and had not been repaired for 12 years. In consequence, the general opinion is that she has gone to the bottom. The Majestic carried a crew of about 11 all told. Of theeo the names of only seven can be ascertained. They are O. Lorent zen, captain; H. Anderson, first mate; Thomas Leland, George Sweeney, G. C. Clark, N. J. Olsen and Charles Brown, sailors. The last five were all members of the Seamen's union of tbe Pacific, and none of their comrades ever expect to see them again. A JAIL DELIVERY. Tiro Pr lion era Assisted to Escape at Vlsalla. Visalia, Cal., Jan. 14.—Dr. K. M. Oa born and W. W. Rogers broke jail this morning, and are still absent. Osborn was awaiting trial on the charge of for gery and thus securing $1300 from the Bank of Lemoore. Rogers stole a watch from a man named Hanford. Both men were arraigned in tbe superior court, and their cases were set for trial. A man confined in the jail says a small man entered tbe jail door on the north aide with a key and let out the men. The prisonere had already cut the over head gratings of their cell, and Rogers had loosed the fetters from his leg. Osborn was not fettered. There is no doubt that the prisoners had outside assistance. STANFORD'S ASSESSMENT. The Grand Jury Thinks the Senator Is Shirking- Just Taxation. San Fbancisoo, Jan. 14. —The grand jury of Santa Clara county, in which Senator Stanford's celebrated Palo Alto stock farm is located, rendered a report yesterday. It says Senator Stanford's horses are assesaed for tbe year 1892 at a valuation of (43,000, while in the estima tion of the grand jury $500,000 would be a fairer assessment for the trotting and thoroughbred stock at Palo Alto. The assessment for buildings and improve ments amount to $100,000, while the valuation thereof ts at least $1,200,000. These improvements include tbe build ings of Leland Stanford, jr., university. TRACED TO THE RIVER. An Old Man Thought to Have Been Drowned Near Stockton. Stockton, Jan. 14. —Joseph Burnett, an old man who lived with his nephew by marriage, 0. P. Kaluto, on Roberts island, this county, is missing, and his relatives believe he was drowned Thurs day morning. Uis hat and coat were found on the bank of the San Joequiu river about a mile from his home. Search has been made for his body, but without success. Tbe old man was weak minded, and it is said he shewed hie mental failing on the day of his disap pearance by walking up and down the main road near his home for a long time. He was last seen going toward the river. ARIZONA EDITORS. They Want One of their Number Ap pointed Governor. PnetNix, Jan. 14. —Tbe Arizona Press Association was in session in this city today. Resolutions were pasted with reference to the admission of the terri tory. The association, in the event of the failure of tbe admission bill, adopt ed a resolution endorsing for the guber natorial appointment L. C. Hughes, editor of the Tucson Star, a delegate to the Chicago convention and tbe man credited with having created the stam pede for Cleveland by casting tho vote of Arizona for him, against the urgent solicitation of iriende of Hill. MILLIONAIRE LADD'S WILL. Bequests Made to Many Relatives aud for JBducatlon and Charity. Pobtlajw, Ore., Jan. 14.—The will ef the late W. S. Ladd waa filed lor probate thit) afternoon. Caroline A. Ladd,widow of the deceased, and hie three eorjß, Wil liam M., Charles E. and John W., were named aa executors. Tbe widow ie be queathed tbe family residence and the block adjoining, together with the house hold furniture, borees, carriages, etc , and an annuity of $14,000. To his three eons ie bequeathed iv tiuet all hia inter est in the banking firm of Ladd cV Til ton. Tbe cum of $460,000 is left in trust with the executors to be used for educa tional and charitable purposes in this city and state. The trustees are given To retain an abundant head of hair of a nat ural color to a goo* old age, the hygiene of the scalp sun) Pf observed. Apply Hall's Hair Kenswer. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1893. full power and discretion to select and designate the beneficiaries of the bequest. The deceased indicated tbe founding of an asylum for old and indigent ladies. To his mother, who resides in Maiden, Mass., he left an annuity of $1000. A number of other relatives of the de ceased, living in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, are bequeathed annuities of from $200 to $600. The remainder of his estate, which constitutes the bulk of his property, is bequeathed as follows: To his widow, two boob, William M. and Charles E., one fifth absolutely ; to his daughters, Helen Ladd-Corbett of Port land, and Caroline Ladd-Pratt of Brook lyn, N. V., each one-tenth absolutely. Wesley Ladd, the youngest son, is be queathed one-fifth iii trust until he is 40 years of age. The will waß executed and signed December 20,1802. Gen. W. R. La Barnes Sandbagged. San Francisco, Jan. 14.—Gen. W. H. L. Barnes, one of the city's most promi nent attorneys, was attacked and beaten severely by garroters late last night as he was entering his house. He was ascending the steps of his residence when two men attacked him with sand bags. General Barnes made a desperate reßistence and drove tbe men off. Barnes received two severe scalp wounds and was otherwise bruised. There is no cluo to the garroters. Smallpox in San Francisco. San Francisco, Jan. 14.—Three cases of smallpox were reported to the health officer today from a house oh Howard near Twentieth street. They are Willie, Henry and George Ramensburg, aged 15, 7 and 3 years, respectively. Edgar Mills' Will. San Francisco, Jan. 14.—The will of the late Edgar Mills was filed for pro bata today. His estate, valued at over $1,200,000, is bequeathed to his three children. AT THE STATE CAPITAL. 1.1 i, TI. X BUSINESS OF IMFOfiTANCK TRANSACTED VKWERDAV, Several Bills Reported Favorably to the Assembly—An Adjournment Taken In Respect to the Memory of Creed Haymond. Sacramento, Jan. 14.—1n the absence of Speaker Gould, Matthews of Tehama called tho assembly to order this morn ing. The judiciary committee reported in favor of the passage of the bill amending the code of civil procedure, relative to the serving of summons. Tbe committee also reported against tho bill providing for the payment of $2 a day to all jurors and witnesses in criminal cases. A number of bills were introduced, and those on the general file were read for the second time, one being the rail road reassessment bill. Anderson moved to amend by making the time since which taxes are delinquent, the year 1889 instead of 1882. Lie also asked that tbe bill go over until Monday, as mem bers were absent who might wish to discuss it. Shacahan and Dodge op posed delay, the latter raising the point that Anderson's amendment would "knock out" the bill. After tho assembly transacted some other business, Anderson moved that when an adjournment be taken it be out oi respect to the memory of the late Creed Haymond, who haddrawn up the codes under which legislation proceeded. Carried. Adjourned until Monday. The assembly committee on constitu tional amendments this morning de cided to report favorably, Monday, Al ferd's amendment exempting non bearing fruit trees and vines from taxa tion, and the amendment to an educa tional qualification for voters, which provides that a peißon who may be un able to read or wiite because of physical disability or ago shall not be debarred from voting. A Hrotherhoad Broken Up. Wichita, Kan., Jan. 14.—An order was promulgated by the Sauta Fe offi cials today that all employes of the road must either resign their positions or withdraw from the Brotherhood of Sta tion Men. The men realised that the brotherhood was not powerful enough to cope with tbe road, hence forwarded their resignations to brotherhood head quarters. Fertilisers for Peach 1 rees. Teats recently made at the New Jersey experiment station gave interesting re sults from the application of various fertilizing materials to peach trees planted seven years age. The orchard was divided into plots of one-tenth of an aero each and the tests carefully con ducted under the direction of the chemist of tbe stition. It was found that nitrate of soda at tbe rate of 150 pounds to the acre did not increase the yield at all; superphosphate added about 30 per cent., with 360 pounds applied; muriate of potash with 150 pounds doubled the yield. When thpse three, namely, superphosphate, muri at- of potash and nitrate of soda were applied together in the same quantity, the prcduct was more than doubled. But 22 hoi ft loads of barn manure ex ceeded them all. yielding three times as mnch as the untreated plot. Such ex periments, of course, are liable to vary with soils, seasons and treatment, and therefore require several repetitions. A plot which has been limed every year gave a small return, showing that lime was not needed on that soil. In an other plot 50 bushels of lime with only 10 loads of barn manure gave a much smaller crop than tho one with 22 horse loads of barn manure. Comparing the cost of tbe fertilizers with tbe gain secured, the beat return for money ex pended was by the muriate of potaeh. This estimate does sot include the in creased Belling price of the fruit on account of its superior quality and fiver appearance. It hae been figured out that the hair spring of your watch weighs but one twentieth of a grain per inch. One mile of euch wire would weigh much leeß than half a pound. Speaking of Delilah it may bo re raaked that a leading Philadelphia so ciety lady has hair 63 inches in length. She is only 61 incbis (5 feet 1 inch) in height. The pocket ghootiDg iron promises to become more deadly than ever. A re volver has been invented that shoots Eeven times in a second. It does not pay to slight tbe men of the read, for they are numerous ac well as alert. Tbore ate 800,000 commercial travelers in the United States. There would be no indigestion in the world if Ango.tura Bluets were usj dby all. Dr. J. G. B. Siegert A fons, manufacturers. At all druggists. AFFAIRS IN BLEEDING KANSAS. The Senate Recognizes the Populist House. This Action Causes Some Fiery Speeches to Be Made. The Compact Between the Democrats and Populists Dissolved—A Demo cratic Senator Is a Pos sibility. By tbe Associated Press. Topeka, Jan. 14.—The rival houses reassembled thia morning and proceed ed industriously to do nothing. A debate in the senate over its recog nition of the Populist house came up on the presentation of a house concurrent resolution. O'Bryan, Fusion-Democrat, moved that consideration of the resolu tion be deferred till Monday. A hot de bate followed. Threo fusion Democrats,O'Brien, Dil lard and Taylor, led tbe fight against the resolution. Aided by Republicans they filibustered away moßt of the day, and it was 3 o'clock before voting began. The resolution was adopted by a vote of 22 to 18. The Republican members filed a joint protest against the action, and the three fusiocists filed individual protests. The senate then adjourned until Tuesday morning, The dual house spent the time today waiting for the decision of the senate upotrthe proposition to recognize the Populist house. Timo dragged wearily along until 3 o'clock, when the senata's chief clerk appeared on the floor and in a message from the presiding officer of the senate informed the Populist speaker, Dinsmore, of the recognition of his house. The Popu lists cheered, but the Republican speaker, Douglass, rapped for order, and with an earnestness that compelled tbe attention of even the Populists, said, addressing the Republican house: "Gentlemen of the house, allow your eelvea no uneasiness; the Almighty has wiseiy reserved the powers of creation to himself alone. All powers on earth, the senators and governor included,can not make 63 men out of 68 men, and in every free representative body in the world,thc-majomyrules. The principles of self-governmentare on trial in Kansas today, hut it triumphed then and it will triumph now. A constitutional house of representatives with 67 lawful mcmbtirs is here and ready for bueiness, and here it will remain, unterrified and unawed. What is the further pleasure of the house?" The Populist speaker was ou his feet in an instant. He said the struggle for the mastery of the house was finally ended. Too governor and senate had now both recognized the Populist house-. that body legally constitutes the house of representatives, and no power on earth save the aword cculd dissolve it. Hisses from the galleries and the Re publican bouse greeted this utterance, but they were coon drowned by Populist cheers. Continuing, Dinsmore said: "When we adjourn till next week I earnestly hope some scheme may be devised to acjuit our dimcul ies, and in settlicg them the interests of Diuem..ie need not be considered one minute." By mutual agreement both houses ad journed until 4 p. m., Mondny. Just before adjournment of the houee, the members of the committee appointed to inform the governor that the legislature was ready for business, announced that tbe governor informed them he would transmit his message next Tuesday. Not the least of the results of tho split house- ia the dissolution of the compact between the Democrats and Populists. Jerry Simpson has notified Chairman Jones of tho Democratic state central committee that the part nership heretofore existing between the Populists and Democrats was dissolved. The two had a lively interview. It is understood the Republicans say the Democrats may have the senator ship, and the friends of A. A. Harris oi Fort Scott are very active in his behalf, but Baily P. Wagoner of Atchinson con tinues to have the call. STANFORD TO RESIGN. Rum. r Says So, but the Senator DenUs the Soft Impeachment. Cuicaod. Jan. 14.—A Washington special says : News is received here that Senator Stanford of California fully de cided to resign, though his term will not be up for two years. Unless there is some understanding between Stanford and the Populists in the California legislature by which a Republican suc cessor will be chosen, this will give the Democrats straight control of the senate, assuming that Stephen M. White, the Democraticcaucusnominee to succeed Felton, is successful. The Dem ocrats now have 89 straight Democratic senators. They gained one in New. York and one in Wisconsin, and with two in California tbey will havo 43. Kyle of South Dakota, independent, has already let it be known that he will act with the Democrats. This, with Vice- President Stevenson's cfisjting vote, would give them control, even though they were not sure of Montana, ar.d ehould tbey slip up on Wyoming, Ban Fk '-.NCI3CO, Jan. 14.—Senator Stanford stated to the Evening Post today that the report that he was to resign from the senate is untrue. He says his health is good and ho does not consider he would be doing justice t'i his patty or his country by resigning. Oklahoma's Deadlock. tjUTiijiiE, O. T., Jan. 14.—Both branches of tbe legislature adjourned till Monday without effecting a perma nent organization. The deadlock iv the lower he-use ia unchanged. Cleveland Files an Answer. Richmond, Va., Jan. 14.—Prenidnnt eleo.t Cleveland filed an answer in the chancery court today in a suit growing onto! tho debt settlement brought by Willis R. Smith against him ar.d o'iierp. A summons wag served on The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes— 40 Years the Standard. Highest of all in Leaven;:.- Power —Latest U. S. Gov't Report I. Vjeaaoa; RaftMdtMT ABSOLUTELY PURE Cleveland when he was on a hunt ing expedition at Hog island. Cleve land says in answer that he is wholly ignorant of the relations alleged by the complainant, Willis B. Smith, to have existed between himself and one of the defendants, James T. Mason, and Cleve land also states hie only connection with the matter of the settlement of Vir ginia's debt was simply to engage in certain correspondence in connection with the advisory board. Cleveland Refuses to Talk. Lakkwood, N. J., Jan. 14.—President elect Cleveland refused to be in er viewed today, and sent word that he had nothing "to say regarding the story that Carlisle had written him a letter accepting the treasury portfolio, on con dition that the administration would support him fo.* the presidency in 1896. Arkansas' New Administration. Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 14.—Governor Eagle retired today and Col. W. A. M. Fishback was inaugurated, together with the other officers elected in Sep tember. Governor Fishback's address wob brief and devoted to discussing the material resources of the Btate. A DOUBLE PARRICIDE. AN INDOLENT SON MURDERS BOTH OF HIS P .RENTS. He Also Shot His Sister, but Not With Fatal Result—The Terrible Crime the Outcome of a Family Row. Chester, Pa., Jan. 14.--A tragedy was enacted here this afternoon which will result in the loss of two lives and in al! probability the conviction of Thomas Rodgers as a double parricide. Rodgers is a youth 24 years old; his victims are his father, Thomas Rodgers, 60 years old ; hia mother, Martha Ann Rodgers, about the same age, and his married sister, Mrs. William Kildey, Thomas' father reprimanded him today for laziness, declaring he must go to work or leave the house. Thomas an ■awered, "You can't put me out;" and going upstairs Becured his brother-in law'a revolver. The wife and daughter attempted to cave the father, but Thomaß deliberately fired two bullets into him. The first shot entered his thigh and the second lodged in his heart. Afler hie father had fallen to the floor young Rodgers kicked him in the face. The mother attempted to cacape by the cellar door, but a bullet from the son's revolver struck her in the back and penetrated her left lung. His feist er. Mrs. Kildey, fled from the houee and her brother shot her while Bhe ran in almost the same place as ho wcunded his mother. The builet glanced on the ehoulder blade and thus saved tho young woman's life, His revolver, now empty, tho would-be murderer ran up the street to an alder man's office and entering locked the dflsu against a large crowd which fol lowed. The police were notified and Rodgers was arrested and locked up. His three victims were taken to the hospital, where physicians announced that his wounded father and mother c eld not live until morning. Young Rodgflrs said the attack wae the result of a family row, and that he intended to kill the old man. He gave no reason, however, for assaultirg his mother and sister. There is much ex citement in the community, and extra precautions have been taken by the police to guard against lynching. Rodg ers, sr., died shortly after 9 o'clock to right. IN THE LAW'S CLUTCHES. Ah Lira*- Wanted a Clean Shirt-Police Notes* Ah Lung was arrested yesterday and charged with stealing a striped sbitt from the "Poor Man's Friend" store. Lung is a suspicious character, and De tective Auble saw him hanging around the store, and placed the storc-keeperon hia guard. The Chinaman shuffled in and two or three times was in the act of putting the shirt under his coat, but it t < ni3 he bad a presentiment that he v, as watched and replaced the article. Finally he secreted the article, and was tit rested by Officers Blase and Smith. J. J. Gussenhaven registered at a -\ j-.a Monica hotel several days ago, nnd failing to pay his board bill, he waa •, yen CO days' imprisonment iv the county jaif. He was brought up by a cnstable last evening. F;ed Johnson and George Gray were •it in from San Fernando yesterday to si i ye 10 dayis' imprisonment each on the e.mrge of misdemeanor, which consisted in making a bonfire of a few rotten rail road ties, which they found by the way tUe. . CONDENSED msußins. Little Martena lforrison continues to ii.iprove, and danger from infection is i - iieved to have been removed from the bit-S House. President Nunez of the United State 3 ol Columbia announces that congress his aoproved ll.a law extending tbe t:me for the construction of the Panama canal. The world's fair board of control has deposed of the matter of awards by r.dnpting the jury system. The rules a-s adopted provide for a general jury oti awards of 400 members, which will be divided into departmental jnrorr, and i,'ixsmallerbodien will do the work. AN APOSTOLIC DELEGATE. lOontlnncd from First Page J Keane and Monaignor O'Connell bave been dogged by spies, their letters were stolen, and a large number of th: m are now in the bauds of a man named Dreing of San Francisco, who publishes the Western Witness, The result is that the father notified Arch bishop Riordan and advieed him to re cover the documents, of which a wrong use might be made. Dreing himself wrote Archbishop Riordan to say he held the papers and was willing to give them up on certain terms. The arch bishop refused to negotiate with him and applied to the San Franajsco police, but waß informed they could hot recover the letters unlets he placed a money value on them, aud would go into court, where the contents would be made public. , Baltimore Priests Pleased. Baltimore, Jan. 14 —No ecclesiastic in Baltimore, of high or low degree, hae anything whatever to say regarding the appointment of Monsignor Satolli as permanent apoctolic delegate to the United States. The priests are well pleased and of the opinion that it will put an end to the "inspired" publica tions of late in derogation of the nobili ty of character of the grandest mem bers of the episcopacy in the United States. General Rollins Looking- for a Mine. H. A. Howard returned this morniDg, says the San Diego Sun, from F.nseuada, where he made a flying trip. He took down General Rollins, surveyor of Los Angeles county, who is inspecting the San Fernando and Franqueea mining properties which are located about 80 miles from Ensenada. General Rollins will remain over until the next boat comes up and tben the matter will be definitely settled as to the purchase of the mines. At the Onyx Mines. The development of the onyx mines at Los Tules, Lower California, says the San Diego Union, has attracted many prospectors, and it is reported that gold placers have been discovered a few miles distant, at which over 80 men are now working. The miners average abcut $3 per day each, and thus far no bonanza Btrikes are reported. The most convenient route is via tho port of Arroyo Grande, the onyx company's landing. A world full of intelligence and en. riehed by art would be worth living in. DIED. THOMAS—At 9 p. m. Saturday, January ltth, William j. Thomas father of Mrs. Wm. L. Mortrsn. Mrs. N. Y. Whitelsev, A. B , G, li., A. S, and Hermann Thomas, an! Mrs E. W. Jones, agt d 07 years. Funeral at f..rally residence, 31t> Winston street, Monday morning at lOo'eloclt. Friends cf th; family invited to attend, WOODWARD—At. Sierra Madre, Cal., Friday, January 13, 1893, Mrs. B. p. Woodward, wife of M. F. Woodward, aged 37 years, 3 months and 7 days Funeral services at tbe residence of J Per eival, No. 845 Suu:h Hill street. Sunday, Jan uaty 15tb, at 2 p. ni. IWilkeabarro, Pa., papers please copy.] I/GHTFOOT—In this city, January 14, George Lightfoot, aged i>s years. Funeral at the house, 830 Bellveue avenue, today at 2 p.m. OFFENSI¥E_ EG ZEMA. Suffered Terribly. Doctor* and Medi cines Useless. Cured in Four Weeks by Cutieura. t have a boy, fifteen y.-srs old. Lorn in Fißh kili, portrait inclosed, who had the ecsema bo offensive thii I could not stay in ihe room with §hlm. The poor boy suffered t?rrlb y. His feet were ter ribly sore, he could not wear any shots, and had there fore to stay at heme Irom sch ot. When he rut on a pair of dry hoi lints in ihe morning, they would in one hour Le raluratc-d with moisturo and very offensive, even in the cold it weather. Tho disease bcg-,n to spread over his body, especially the hands and Augers. The thumbs on both his hands became mm* and as ua less as two withered sticks cf wood It would be useless for me to try to tell the suffering tn'.s boy endured. I took Mm to t«o dlff.iri nt dontorK, both gave him lots of medicine, but nil to no use lie grew worse. I there-fore ciesp lit-d of ever hav ing liipi cv cd. One day I bow the great bene fits promised to tho c who would use f uticura Rs:mm.ii». I weutrinht away to t c ding s ore and b- ughl them. I must confess I hed but lit tle faith in them However, I used them ac cording to d.reetious, and today I say truth fully o all the w rid, if jou w sh to publish it. that f y son i>- entll ely cured, thsnfc God, and thank ibe dine overers of Cuticuka Rkmieuies. They cu't>a him in four weeks us sound as a tola dollar. JOHN SAVAGE, Fishkill Village, N. Y. 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OO.'O L-UMQEZR YARDS AND FLANINQI JSILOJ3. Ho.ai6 Commercial Stroet. <U The Voice of fbe People. Prominent Persons Speak Highly of the Doctors of the European Staff. • IGNACIO I. P3REZ, with Cohn Brorfeert, says: "I have sufJVred from catarrh and Dtrvans debility for several years, and have continually been treated by different doctors without benefit. I commenced treatment two weeks a?o with the European Muff and am happy to say tint I am better than I hp.ve been for yean. To any person exiting upon me I will be happy to prove tblss'aie ent." A. ARICKIO.N, 620 Philadelphia street, says* "1 went io the doctors two weeks aso a very sick man, I was siifte:lrg frum ehronio malaria and acute la grippe; the doctor cured me In ten days, lam now a well «r»n " MRS. i.AUKA JACOB-", 1132 Third street, says: "1 went to the doctors two weeks ago and sm (till nnder their cure for enronie stomarh trouble I can trr.thtul.y says that the Improve*, cot in my case has beer, simply woudciful." * Others who it-dorse our met." id MRS. MiltGli! ALAXANiEK, 5%9 West First s'.rcat. V I. BROWN, -anta Fe Sprin. s. HKHM.'V B .ICTICHICR, Los Angles. A. BA Ua .J: BURGER, 229% Twenty (ou-tk Btreet. MI33S. H. BARRETT, 528!.$ South Hiring elrett. MRS. A. ML BTOWC, 334 Andervus street. MKH.CH VS. U-.BTLRTT, Hole. Brunswick. MRS XL'ZASJCTH DANIRI, sfHiita Monica. MB;;. UhNitY DEMING, t.'ortb Los An- H* ' 1 B fit 1 t 1 I H. lir Sk. 1403 Baena Vista street. MRS. T. M e,iLBEBT, 117 Hellman street, atl Los Ang. lea. B. F HB>:b, Pico Heights. JOHN HAAG, 557 San Pedro itreet. W. E JONES, 178 Geary street. JOHN A. JKKFKRoON, 3.6 Clay street H. B. KKNKDY, corner New England and Freeman streets. P. N. LUNDSTROM. 112 First street. M. OLBKN, bierra Marira, Cal. ANTONIO MORENO, 730 Kate street. MISS a. PALME . PAi.MER, 328}$ South Spring street. IHOd. REILEY, 447 Flower street. ' D. M. f-.MIi H, san F.-rnando, ('»). MRS. ELLA ; I'KKI.L. 408 l.aFmetta street. MRS LiVIII SMITH, 139 i Newion street. T. BTKAiN. 310 West I lrsl street. CHAB. SCHILLING, 20J Wilminjton street MRB. W. a. SMITH, 522 Mateo street. MRB. W. A. SMITH, 526 Msteo street H. M. TAYLOR, Natick Hotel W. H. THORP. t pring street. N. B. VALIN, 713 Alpine street. WHERE OTHERS FAILED. With the host system of treatment known to the world, the German and Jtngllsh Staff Physicians find little difficulty in curing the worst cases of catarrh and other chronic: dis eases. Their practice is made up of patients who failed to obtain relief from other physic ians, who aro deliighte; to receive a mild and painless treatment after being cruelly experi mented upon by men who do not know their business. If you are skeptical, call on any of the above parties and Had what their experience has teeu. TREATMENT BY MAIL. We have so perfected our system mt mail treatment that we tmccecd quite as wellin this w*y as we do in our office practice. All who reside a! a rlis'anre and cannot rnn'Mniently ce'l it the Office, ihould write t| ■:; .- -„|...tores fully and frai.ktj-. Questions abjul U 1 throaie troubles rhettfi.lly answered. $S oo PER MONTr'. All patients vlaclng themeclve-s isntfer treat ment befo.-e Fe rusry Ist will be Ue led until cure! at the tato of $5 a ntoi tit. OUR SPECIALTIES: Catarrh, bronchitis, con.-umpti'iu, rental and genii.) urinary dee-iss-a, nervous nebLity and sixu 1 diseases, impoleccy. e;c. We cure pi es in 20 da) s; no pain or deten tion from buslr.es.'. TUMORS AND CANCERS Cured without pain, burning or cutting: ab sorption treatment, cures guaranteed in all eon bio oases. If your case it: Infertile we wll frankly tell you bo, also caution v ■pending more money f r use ess trev.mest. European Stat!' of GERMAN & ENGLISH PHYSICIANS, foutb fpring Street. Los Angales, Cal. J. C. CUNNINGHAM Manufacturer snd Dealer in TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS, 136 South Main street. Opposite Chamber of Commerce, taw Angelet Telephone SIS. Orders called for and delivered to all parts ot the city. 11-23 Drs. Porterfield & Losey, SPECIALISTS, 835 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. We positively enre, in from 30 to 60 days,' all kinds of Rupture, Varicode, Hydrocele, PJe? AND Fl 96 U RE. FISTULA., ULCERATION, etc. without the use of knife, drawing Mood or deten tion from business. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE. M. F. Losey, M. D., of the above welt-known firm cf specialists will be t.t hotel mm, mm third and spkinq sts JANUABY 30 and 31; FEBRUARY land 2. Can refer interested parties to promin t Los Angeles citizens who have been treated him, cure guaranteed, | 1 5 2ni d.t » Joe Pohefgn, The Taiioi Itokesthe £i Suits best tit ting ,A<X. clothes in the M'-W FrOlP'V' State at S3 ' , c,. W per cent toW v^S% than any fS ' »^S ! „ other houso WW: !•■-•.. f.. r «oi; _ fl\'| Evj aieaidli r-awat on the | * ; Pacific Coast. ; ' Z&rS?'""' Spring St reet, Los Angeles. POPIX&WARDEri; * * Printers ** * 109 E»st Second St, Los Angolee, Cai Weddlrg stationery, ball programs, society cards and high-trade oriniinar o! every desttlp tlen. Aiito fer san.ples and sstimates.ll-l tin 5