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NEWS OF THE WORLD
Churchill on the Glad
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A Hon Dismisses His Father's
liibel Suit—An Uprising: of
I SB-fetal to the Herald by Associated Ptmi i
Londok, April 19.—Tbe House of
Commons waa again deusely crowded
tbia eveuiug aa a reault uf the extensive
announcement lhat Randolph Churchill
wuuld atUck Mr. Gladstone's Horn*
Kule bill, Among the Conservatives and
the Whigs there wu iuten.se interest In
I ..i.l Randolph's efforts. Lord Ran
dolph Churchill, hy virtue of bia motion
to adjoaru at the laat aeaaion. having
tbe door, resumed debate on Mr. Glad
stone's request for permission lo intro
duce the Home Kule bill. In tbeconree
Of hia speech he aaid tbat after long con
aideration he had come to the conclusion
that the scheme involved such a compli-
cated ami inextricable mass of contradic
tious that if anybody besides Mr. Glad
stone had proposed It it would never
&bsv» been taken seriously. [Cheer*. J
«H« then attacked the measure providing
■ guarantees for the integrity of the Mttpllfl,
■ and toe composition and prospective ac
■ tion uf the proposed Dublin Parliament.
I "The Premier,' continued Lurdßandulph
HChurchill, on Tharsday last attempted
Ho show that the lineal unity of the
kingdom would not lie a ft'ue ted hy the
retention in the hands of the British
Parlinmeut uf the power of collecting
and excise duties. Now if this
were done what would become of that
aucieut British right of taxation and
representation going together." (Cheers.)
The speaker theu weut on to analyze
tbe receipta and disbursements of the
imaginary Irish budget for the purpose,
ss he said, of showing that Mr. Glad
stone's proposal to maiutaiu the fiscal
unity Of the empire while giving Ireland
Home Rule was altogether untrust
worthy. Tbe Premier justified his pro
posals on the ground that there were
eighty six Home Rulers in the House,
but why should the voices of eighty
six Irish members prevail over the voices
of five hundred and eighty four uther
members? Mr. Gladstone's propossla had
given the Nationalists an enormous ad
vantage. He had listened to many of
Mr. Gladstone's speeches, the charms of
wbicb were described as being like tbe
effects of morphia. The sensation under
operation was trsnscendent, but the
awakening was bitterly psinful. In
conclnsion, the speaker said that tbe
effect of the bill would be to free Ireland
from the supremacy of Parliament and
tbe soveieignty of tbe Qneeu. He re
gretted tbat it bad not been deemed can
-istent with tbe customs of the House to
take a division on Mr. Gladstone's mo
tion fur leave to introduce tbs bill, hut
the day of decision would speedily arrive
when the house would vote against the
proposals, which were desperate, uncon
stitutional and misleading. [l-oud cheers, j
Mr. Russell, tbe Attorney General,
taunted Lord Churchill with infixing
into his speech prejudice and passion.
It was now time for Ireland to try to
govern itself. [Cheers. I
To-night's speeches in the House of
Commons caused a disappointment.
Lord Raudolph Churchill's speech
lacked the won tod point aud energy of
tbat orator, while that of Mr. Russell
was a labored effort and fill flat. Sir
Michael Hicks Beach will close the de
A URKiIT M im hi,
Tnlare flwaap i.ansl lo be K«>
San Fkaxi i*< o, April 12 —Aoumpaoy
of capitalists is being formed to carry
out one of the most extensive and im
portant irrigation and transportation
schemes ever projected in this State,
which will solve the question of trans
portation iv the upper end of the Man
Joaquin valley, and open up to use
nearly a half million acres of lend wbicb
are now under waifcr and nearly a half
million more acres which for waut of
water are now little better thau a desert.
The gentlemen who have this scheme
in band propose to permanently
lower T ilarc Lake to fifteen feet below
its present water level, wbioh, according
to tbe report of State Engineer Hall,
made to the Governor on February '28,
1877, is 203 feet above the mean high
water mark at Autiocu. This reduction
of level iv the lake of fifteen feet will
reclaim about 375.000 tores, including
the swamp land on tbe live of the pro
posed canal, all now under water or sub
ject to frequent overflow. There are
uo bills or high lands intervening that
will have to Im cut through at great ex
pense, aud all the work can be done in
less than two years hy the use of steam
excavators aud at a cost not to exceed
$1,0000,000. To utilize tbe water on
arid lands on the west side of the Sau
Joaquin a number of small ditches will
be cut. Tbey will be paid for
by the owners of tbe laud to be
irrigated. Before the work can be car
ried out the Legislature will bs a*k>d in
the usual manner to form a swamp land
district and to give title to tbe surveyed
lands as soon as they are drained.
A ■ 111 Ml NOV
«■ Dismisses a Libel Mm
ftreui in by His father.
I hi- * .. A [.ni 12. The Daily S'rw*
to-day publishes the following in its
editorial columns. Tbe other day ao
unfortunate girl named Jennie Jones or
Jennie Woods died in an opium smoking
dsn in tbis city. On a perfectly proper
Investigation of the facts the Daily
Wmn learned that sua had l>een at one
time more or less intimate with Mr. F.
H. Winston, the American Miuister to
Persia. This was published precisely as
it would h.we been if any otber man hail
bean involved. In obedience to a rale
imperative in this office there was no
attempt to force a sensation ont of tbe
business, neither waa Mr. Winston
given any exemption on account of hia
wealth or position. All tbat seemed
wis* and proper to print was printed.
Then followed a libel suit fur JfiO.OOO.
Borne untruthful cable messages were
given publicity to convince people thst
tha /""'." Nt - bad done injustice. We
know better. We warned Mr. Wins
ton's friends tbat in hegiuning an action
they had been guilty of an iudiscretion,
and then awaited developments. Lait
Saturday there arrived the following
letter which requires no explanation.
We betray no confidence in publish
CVJs.IInp, April 10, IMH6.
M. E. Stone, E*q. i
Mv Pain BiR--rUferring to the libel
suit commenced by Mr. I* H. Winston
against your paper, I am convinced by a
careful reading of tbe letter published in
the Daily ifews of April 7th there is
nothing libelous in the publication. My
father acted too hastily in the matter,
because be bad not sufficient knowledge
of ths character of tbe contents of the
Utter, aod I shall myself take the re
sponsibility of ordering tbe suit dis
missed. Ido tbis ac a matter of simple
justice to your paper, which I believe
was actuated by no malice and did not
daaire to wautonly injure my father.
Personally I wish now and here to acquit
you and the Daily Ne.utn of anything
connected with the matter which haa
uot been both honorable ami creditable
to you, and I assuie you of my high and
lasting regard. Very truly yours,
F. tt. Winston.
A K. at ■*. sseceptlon.
Ban Francisco, April 12. The Grand
Chaucellor of the Knights of Pythias,
John Van Valkenbarg, arrived in this
city this evening from Fort Madison,
lowa, and was tendered aa enthusiastic
welcome at Mechanics' Pavilion by the
THE LATEST PHASE.
Kdiool Hoy* strike tor ;i.oni«r
GitKicripoint, L. 1,, April 12.—About
one huudred publio school bo>sofall
ages made a demand upon tbe Principal
that recesses be extended from 16 tv 30
minutes. Their demands not being ac
ceded to, the boys refused to return to
school after morning recessand picketed
Ihe entrances to prevent others from en
tering. The trouble assumed such
tnreateulng proportions that tbe Pritiei
pal sent for the police and a sergeant
and several otbcers were soon on Ihe
spot. Finally tbe mother of the ring
leader arrived and forced her son into
school after whloh the rest of ths boys
quietly marched in.
Laborers and Tailors Waut an
Increase *>f Waves.
Galveston, Texas, April 12.— The
Newt' San Autonio special says: Twelve
huudred and thirty-two laborers in the
employ of Jacob Marshal contractor for
street improvements, struck this morn
ing for $1.25 per day of eight hours.
The men had been receiving f I for a
day's labor often hours. The contractor
ibformed the uteu that it waa impossible
to comply with tbeir demands ** ue u **l
taken the contract estimating the labor
at $1 per day of teu hours. The strikers
proceeded to Powder Hill and com
pelled tbe men working there to throw
down then picks. Later iv the day
aboot forty laborers told the contractor
that they desired ta return to work, but
that tbey were threatened with being
sloned if they -tut ao. The contractor
promised tbat tbey should be protected,
and tbey went to work. Those who
Mill hold out were persuaded to retire
without offering any violence. The
strikers are of different nationalities,
and without leaders.
Milwauk.be, April 12.—The journey*
men tailors in this city, to the number
of over 2000, will strike to-morrow,
their demaud for an increase of nearly
fitly per cent, iv wages having been re
fused by their employers.
s« Iteming Against tUladetons.
New York, April 12.—O'Kelly, a
member of Parliament, cables from Lon
don: "A conspiracy bas been hatched
between Salisbury, Chamberlain and
Lord Hsrtington to set np a coalition
governmentahould Gladstons be defeated
ou the second reading of ths bill. In
order to postpone an appeal to the peo
ple tbey want to play a waiting game, in
hopes that the worry and exoitement
may remove the great Englishman from
publio life. It is au unscrupulous and
dishonest but clever game, as it is now
conceded on all sides that something
mnst be done for Ireland. Lords Hsrt
ington and Salisbury on coming into
power would propose restricted measures
of local government and a land pnrchasw
scheme Cased on a local guarantee. In
order to compel tbe acceptance of their
settlement they will adopt strong coer
cive measures. They hope to secure
peace, tbe peace of Warsaw, in Ireland."
The Old -ioi■ r.
Xl Paso, Texas, April 12. — A bloody
tragedy occurred last night at a Mexi
can residence on San Francisco street, of
which Lucero Guiterrez is the propri
etor. He snspected bis wife of infidelity
and was maltreating her, and, display
ing a dirk, threatened her life. Tbe
screams of the wife finally attracted Ko
mi re/, another Mexican wbo lived near
by, and he rushed into tbe apartment
and endeavored to check Ouiwrrez. He
caught tbo latter hy the throat and re
ceived a dangerous stab A man named
Clmedo by this time interfered and was
stabbed in the breast by the enraged
husband, and died in a few minutes.
Giiiterrez then coolly looked at his vic
tims and wiped bis dirk and then walked
away. He bas not yet been csptnred.
His wife is also badly wounded.
The Bio*si-Horse Bares.
San Francisco, April 12.—The fob
lowing are the entries for the second
dsy's blood-horse races to-morrow:
Seven-eighth mile, all agea—Nelson,
Uueen, lohi Ban, Skipaway, Preciosa,
Vernal stakes, two-year fillies, five
eighth mile— Laura Gardoer, Olendora,
Kzza, Graciosa, Leap Year, Miss Ford,
Ocean stakes, three-year olds, mile
and a quarter—King Norfolk, Mozart,
Ben All, Patti Lijero, Kstrella CaUliua,
Selling, all ages, mile and one-eighth
lugleside, Duke, Monday, Ge rater,
Moonlight and Billy Ayres.
Denial aff Uowld's Charges.
St. Louis, April 12. —In conversation
with a reporter this afternoon General
Committeeman II Byes said the statements
attributed to Jay Gould in an interview
telegraphed from New York last night,
in which Mr. Gould says Mr. Powderly
st one of the New York conferences re
ferred to the members of District 101 as
"outlaws," aud said they had disobeyed
the laws of the order, was false in every
particular. He characterized it as "one
of Jay Gould's lies for the purpose of
misrepresenting tbe Knights of Labor
snd destroying public faith in the order."
fca-Preslaeat Artnnr's Illness.
San Francisco, April 12.—The New
York Star says: Ex-President Arthur
is seriously ill. Dr. George Peters visits
him onoe or twice every day. Dr.
Peters said last night: "There has been
no improvement in the Kx-President's
conditiou for the past three weeks.' 1 R.
O. McCord ssid: "I have hopes of
Arthur's ultimate recovery, but he has
been a very ill man. His stomach is
worn out and refuses to perform its
London, April 12.— Tbe debate in the
Commons on Gladstone's Home Rule
bill will extend over to-morrow, though
tbe bill will pass the first reading with
oat division. The Budget, which was
to have been introdnoed this evening,
will not be presented until Thursdsy.
Gladstone's Irish land purchase bill will
be introduced Friday.
Hemmed ta Work.
St. Loots, April 12.—Word has been
received from East St. Louis that the
yard and switohmen of the Ohio & Mis
sissippi Railroad have resumed work in
a body. Another message received from
East St. Louis says the Burlington yard
men and switchmen have returned to
work. This is supposed to end the
Loss aff l ike by Shipwreck.
Wki.unoton, N. Z., April 12.—The
New Zealand coasting steamer Tasro bas
boen wreoked between Wellington snd
Christ Church. A heavy gale prevailed
at the time. Three boats were launched
but each was speedily capsized. Twen
ty nine persons wore drowned. Only
two passengers were saved.
miles Mncceesls Vrssk.
Fort Bowie, A. T., April 12.—Gen.
Miles arrived last night, (ten. Crook
issued a general order relinquishing com
mand of the Department of Arizona.
Oak Miles says that he will continue the
pursuit of the hostiles until they are all
killed or captured.
A Hat t'aaiesf.
Ukiab, Cal., April Pi.—At tha an
nual municipal election held to day the
question of i. ifh saloon license was wade
the only issue, and resulted in making
tbe election oue of tbe hottest contests
ever bstd in tbe towa.
naln al Man eraac.se*.
San Francisco, April 12.—Rain fell
at iutervals duriug the day and night.
At sbout niue o'clock this eveuiog a
heavy shower of rain and hail took
place. The weather is still unsettled.
LOS ANGELES TUESDAY MORNING APRIL IS 1886. SIX PAGE EDITION
Hms House Labor Ai*lfit ra
AMENDMENT IN THE NKNATK.
Voteon flic Oucstmti nlTmisiderintr
NonriuatioUH in Open
\Bpecialto the Herald by the Associated press. |
Washington, April 12.— A resolution
offered by Keck wna agreed to appointing
Gibson a>f Louisiana to membership of
Ibe Seuate Committee on Commerce, in
place of Joues during (be preaeut tem
porary absence of tlie Benator from the
Kiddleberger moved to take up the
resolution relating to the consideration
of the Executive nominations In open
session. He refused the request to per
mit the Indian appropriation bill to be
taken up aud he insisted ou the yeas and
nays, which resulted lv the defeat uf the
motion— yeaa 7, nays 51. This vote la
not in any sense a test of the strength of
tbe open session movement, inasmuch as
many of ita strongest advocates, includ
ing Senatora Piatt, Teller aud Oibsou,
voted in tbe negative.
Logan aubmitted an addition to his
resolation relating to executive sessions.
Tbe addition recites the Senate rules
which tbe resolution propoaea to ameud,
Ou motion of Hoar the Senate went into
executive session and tbe nomination of
Senator Jackson to be Circuit Judge in
place of Judge Baxter was unanimously
Senator Sherman submit led in the
Senate to-day au amendment to the
House Lii..i Arbitration bill. The
be printed It ia as follows. To strike
out all after the enacting clause of the
bill and insert as follows:
Skction 1. That a commission ia
hereby created called an Arbitration
Commission, to consist of twelve mem
bers, composed as follows: Two mem
bers of the Senate to be appointed by the
President of tbe Senate, three members
of tbe House of Representatives to be
appointed by ths Spesker of tbe House
and seven members from civil life to be
appointed by the President of the United
States by and with the advice and con
sent of tbe Senate, not more than four
of whom shall belong to one political
party, who shall be selected for superior
intelligence as to the industrial and
larboring interests of the country. The
Civil Commissioners shall receive as
compensation for their services each at
the rate of $10 per day when engaged in
duty and each member of the Commis
sion shall receive actnat traveling and
other necessary expenses.
Section 2. Tbat it shall be tbe duty
of said Commission to take into consid
eration and thoroughly investigate all of
tbe various controversies that have
arisen or may srise between employers
sud employed, whether they he corpora
tions or associations or private indi
viduals, and whether engaged in trans
portation, manufacturing, mining or
otber industrial interests of tbe United
States, so far as they relate to such con
troversies between rival and competing
companies or between transportation,
manufacturing and mining companies
and their employes, and for tbe purpose
of fully examining matters which may
come before it, said Commission, in
the prosecution of its inquiries, is em
powered to visit such different portions
and sections of I lis country as it may
Section 3. That tbe Commission
shall make to Congress final reports of
its investigation and testimony taken io
the cause of the same not later than the
first Monday in December, 1880, and[es
peoislly of snch measure or measures
as in its judgement may be expedient
and within the constitutional power of
Congress to sdopt for the decision and
settlement of such controversies and
the proper means to avoid or prevent
The Indian appropriation bill was
taken up on motion of Mr. Conger and
after debate by Messrs. Conger, Dawes,
Doli h and Plumb the amount of the
sppropristion for Indian Schools in
Alaska was increased from $15,000 to
$20,000. Tbe bill was then passed sub
stantially as reported from tbe Comm
ission and tbe Senate adjourned.
Tbe (Committee on Rules reported a
resolution for Ihe appointment of a se
lect committee of seven, to be appointed
by the Speaker, to investigate the
causes and extent of the disturbed con
ditions now existing in tbe relations be
tween the railroad companies engaged
in inter state commerce and their em
ployes in the States of Illinois, Missouri,
Kansas, Arkansas and Texas. The res
olution provides that the committee
shall have power to send for persons and
papers, to sit during the sessions of the
House, and to visit such places in those
States as may he necessa. y in order to
facilitate investigation, and it shall re
port during the present session soch
recommendation as it may deem proper
to make. Adopted without division.
Morrison, Chairman of the Committee
on Ways and Means, reported a bill to
redncc tariff taxes and modify the laws
in relation to the collection of revenue.
Referred to Committee of the Whole.
McKinstry presented the views of the
minority of the Committee.
The District of Columbia appropria
tion bill passed without discussion nr
substantial amendment. The House
A New Territory^
Wahhinoton, April 12. —Tbe House
Committee on Territories to-day, by a
vote of six to five, agreed to report fa*
vorably the bill to provide for the or
ganization of the Indian Territory and
the public land strip into the Territory
of Oklahoma. The bill provides that
nothing in it shall be so construed
as tending to disturb the existing
property or treaty rights of tbe Indians.
The bill also provides that the public
land strip shall be opened to settlement
under the provisions of tbe homestead
laws only, and tbat as soon as the Creek
and Seminole tribes shall give their
assent the unoccupied lands ceded by
these Indians to the United States shall
be opened to settlement under the five
years' settlement laws.
Captain fr»« ford's Fnnersl,
Omaha, Neb., April 12. -The funeral
a| the late Captain Emmet Crawford of
the United States Army, who was re
cently killed by Mexicans, occurred to
day at Kearney under direction of Rob
ert Morris Lodge No. 4ft, F.AA. M. An
immense crowd was i n attendance,
(irand Master M. B. Reeoe conducted
the ceremony, assisted by other mem
bers of the order and a number of oler
gymen. The military procession moved
to the cemetery and presented an im
posing spectacle. At the grave the Ma
sonic ceremonies were followed by filing
three volleys by the military detachment,
Panama, April 12.—An explosion oc
uurred on the 20th ultimo on board
the small rivsr steamer Colombia,
at the Island of Tumaco. Fifteen per
sons were kilted and twenty-two injured.
The steamer was completely destroyed.
Wasminuton, April 12.-The Presi
dent bas withdrawn the nomination of
Orlando W*. Powers, of Michigan, as
Associate Jus tics of the Supreme Court
Hall's Hair Renewer renews, chanses,
brightens and invigorates the hair, aud
restores faded or gray hair to its youth
ful color and lustre. People with gray
hair prefer the use of the Renewer,
rather than proclaim to the world
through their bleached locks thai they
are becoming aged and passing on to
At the Grand.
Laat night McKee Rankin, with
his California Theatre Company, ■ , ■ ■ 1
a week's engagement at the Grand <>p< rfl
House. Tbe pieoe chosen was tin-
Pavements of Paris, by Mr. Hennery,
author of tbe two orphaus and other
plays, lv Ibe leading incident the play
is like the other named above, but witb
none of tbe grave aud seriotta dramatio
business of the Two Orphans.
Iv Ihe Pavements of Paris all
is light and airy, to spite of
the attempts of the heavy villians of
the play. It is fall of French persihYge
and the sTfaMfral of the "gay capital" iv
its lowsr strata of society.
Tba chief ro'ea are taken by Mr. Mc-
Kee Raukiu aaa nobleman degraded to a
blackleg, and "Mr. Bonneau, the Impet
uous," a spleudid conception most artis
tically interpreted by Mr. George Os
bourne, always a most welcome presence
before Loa Augeles play-goers. His dia
lect, gestures aud grimaces are exoellsut.
Miss Mable Bert is another artiste al
ways pleasing iv the eyes of the hsbitues
uf tbe Grand. This young lady is a
very sweetly pleasing figure on the
stage at all times and undsr all circum
stances. Her acting is alwsys well
done, and ber face and figure are a poem
in life. Ihe various other members of
the troupe did their parts quite well.
Tbe plsy holds the hoards for the neit
three evenings, and forlajKriday Frou
Fron is underlined. The bouse last
night was a good one in all respects, and
went away well pleased.
It may be said en pane-ant that Mr.
Harry Wyatt has secured the man
agement of tbe Grand, and has
en train for tbe next two months
such prime attractions as Maple
son's Opera Company, Lawrence
Barrett, Edwin Booth, Madame Mo
jeska, and the Madison Square Com
pany. Mr. Wyatt is a pleasant gentle
man, and a most experienced manager.
He aaya ho will keep the Grand open
every night for the next ten or twelve
weeks with first-class attractions.
Verily Los Angelea is fast pntting on
the airs of a metropolis.
Death of Ex-Mayor Aguilar.
Sunday afternoon a citizen who was
long a prominent figure in local affairs
died auddenly at bis home in East Los
Angeles. Cristoval Aguilarheld promi.
nent office nnder Mexican nile as far
back as 1883-4. In 1850 he was elected
a member of the first city council under
the domain of tbe United States. He
was a councilman also in 1855,1850,
1858, 1861 and 1802. In 1868 be was
elected Mayor of the city and re-elected
in 1868. In 1871 he was again chosen
to fill the same offioe. He was st one
time a wealthy man and brought
up a large family witb much
cars, giving eaoh a good
education. Later he lost most of his
property, as many others did, in tbe
dark days of the municipality before
there was a market for the products of
tbe soil. For some years past Don
Cristoval served the city faithfully as
Zanjero or deputy Zsnjero. He has suf
fered more or less lately, and is supposed
to bave been afflicted with heart dis
ease. The manner of his death seems
to confirm this view. He was getting
on his horse to ride out and see to a
water ditch, and fell back dead. The
funeral takes place to-day at tbe Church
of Our Lady of Angeles, the Reverend
Father Verdaguer officiating. There
will ba a large attendance. His age
waa 70 years.
A Bloody Burglary.
On Su ni lay morning, about 2 o'clock,
three burglars entered the grocery store
of Mrs. A. Laime, No. 339 Aliso street,
while two confederates remained out to
give wsrning of any danger from dis
covery by the police. Henry Schmidt,
a blacksmith, and his partner, Louis
Ardeau, slept in an adjoining room.
Schmidt was awakened by tbe noise
made by the burglars, and awoke his
partner Ardeau. Schmidt sprang like a
lion at one of the burglars and knocked
him down while he was in the act of
stealing a lot of cigarettes and tobacco.
The burglar gave a most surprising
grunt ot discontent at tbe sudden
Mow of Herr Schmidt, and fell to
the floor, while another burglar bit
Schmidt a bad blow in tbe face with a
-Loop stick. One of the outside guards
then rushed for Schmidt, but Mr. Ardeau
sprang into tbe front to take part in tbe
melee aud at sight of him the burglars
fled, leaving their swag behind them,
consisting of a Chinese coat, shoes and
The police were promptly on tbe track
of the scoundrels, and daring tbe day
(x>n. tables Altainirano and J. C. CHne
arrested Juan Tapia as one of the bur
glars. Ue was taken before Jastice
Ksnney and held to answer to the
chsrge of bnrglary in tbe sum of $500.
The embankments of earth at the ap
proaches to tbe Aliso street bridge were
partially washed awsy by the shower of
Sunday morning. The same may be said
of tbe approach at tbe west end ef tbe
First street bridge. Isn't this a little
too much on tbe ephemeral order?
These embaokments have just been
made by the city. They wsre supposed
to have been completed about three
weeks ago, but it setms are next door to
worthless. The Aliso approach on the
east side is in a dangerous condition for
tbe passage of teams.
If those city-msdo embankments can
be carried away by a single rain of half
a day what may we expect from a rain of
one day, or two days, or a week? Why
cannot an embankment be made tbat
csn stand a montb without watching?
Is this economical City Council desirous
of doing public work over again every
month, instead of protecting the work
in s proper and sufficient manner when
it ia first made? Tbe attention of tbe
Council is called to this matter.
Contempt of Court.
\ eaterday afternoon It. Wiley
Wells Esq., tiled an affidavit
before Judge Cheney, of the
Superior Court, charging Horace
Bell, editor of the Porcupine, with con
tempt of Court. The complaint is based
upon certain articles published in the
Porcupine reflecting upon Judge Che
ney, said articles being published after
Bell became defendant in sundry lib-1
suits to be tried before Judge Chancy.
Citation will probably be issued and
served on Major Bell to-day and he v : ll
be brought before the Court.
Musical May Festival.
An increased interest was mauifest at
tbe chorus rehearsal held at Open Hall
last evening. The number of singers
haa augmented since the beginning until
over one hundred good voices are tm
j braced in the chorus.
The class of music to be rendered is of
the highest order. Uader the direction
of Prof. A. J. Stamm, ably assisted by
J, W. Gardner, a remarkable proioiency
has been attained. The coming May
Festival will be an event worthy of our
musical talent and our aity.
Tbe heirs of the Chase Townley eg
tate are exotted over a telegram from
Uaorge W. Chase, ef Olathe, Kansas, to
<i. \V. Schell, of Modesto, stating that
their claim is good. A meeting of the
heirs bas been called at Alcaaar build
ing, San Francisco, to-morrow eveoiag,
the 14th Inst., to take immediate ac-
Beware of Violent Purgatives.
Take Simmons Uvsr Regulator in
small doses until you bind just how much
will suit your case. It can be taken
with perfect safety by the oldest person
or Ihe youngest child, and all those
whose systems have become debilitated.
Mothers may givs it to their children
with the utmost confidence in its safety
"I have never seen such a simple, ef
ficacious, satisfactory and pleasant rem
edy in my life as Simmons Livsr Regs
lator." H. Hauier St. Louis Mo.
[From the ttaaette. 1
A sudden and alarming demand has
developed for Kerger grape cuttings.
Most of those who havo a Kerger viue-
J ml burned their brush last fall, never
thinking of being able to sell them, and
Sun within the past week over twenty
parties have been inquiring for that va
riety of grape, tbe demand reaching
50,000 or more cuttiugs.
The Sunset Telephone Company is
constructing a uew line from Los An
geles through to Tustiu. The route
follows tbe county road. Tbe old
live was built along the railroad,
and worked unsatisfactorily on ac
count of induction from tbe telegraph
wires. The new line will be •quipped
- with copper wire and the latest patterns
k of transmitters and receivers. Poles
■ along Los Angeles street are already set,
- and the workmeu are vow engaged in
• putting up the wire.
9 There is nothing more certain than
- that our citizens have as firm a faith iv
• the future of tbe wine industry na ever.
' The acreage planted to new vines
1 thia season promises to stirput>s that of
1 any past season, anil the varieties
* planted now are only of t he
* very best to he obtained, aud those
1 which past experience baa proved to ba
» the most valuable for wine-making. A
I" large number of deciduous fruits are
■ also li- in- set out. Orange-tree plant
t ng is, for tbe time beiug, at a standstill.
' Anaheim in not disposed to boaat of
l her freight shipment*, but aa a matter
of fact they exceed in tonnage and value
the shipments from any other railroad
' station in 1-os Angeles couuty, tbe city
of course excepted. Station Agent Dar
ling haa furnished us a memorandum
1 showing the following shipments from
Anaheim since the first of the present
' month: Twenty-one cars of oranges
to San Francisco and tbe East, 7
' cars of live atoek to San Franchco, 22
cars of wine destined to New York, Chi
cago, St. Louia, Milwaukee, Buffalo, St.
Helena and other poiuts, "2 carl ot rat
■ sins, 10 cars of trees and 40 cars of mis
' cellaneons freight destined to various
1 points, making a total of 102 carloads of
Anaheim products shipped during the
last 25 daya.
Lost in the Flames.
1 Last night at about 11 o'clock a tire
1 alarm was sounded, which called out the
whole department. The blaze was di
rectly north of the Sisters' Hospital. It
was a prettily furnished cottage owued
by Mr. Frank Adams, and unoccupied at
. tbe time the fire broke out. It is sup
posed to have Keen incendiary. Tbe
\ honae and contents were a total loss, be
i ing too far to be reached by the engines.
, The loss csonot fsll below $2000 and
, may be more. H was probably insured,
, Of the age in the medical line ia the
. liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, man
, ufsctnred only hy tbe California Fig
f Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal. It is
I agreeable to the taste, acceptable to the
i stomach, harmless iv itH nature, painless
. yet prompt las, thorongh in its action.
For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, agent, I .< -
, In perfect fitting clothing at K. Adam's
Clothing Hons, 15 S. Spring atreet.
Chances for Health and Dis
Man is dependent upon his surroundings
for the necessities of life. Air and water
are necessities of life, but impure air and
impure water are most prolific sources of
disease. Pood is also a necessity of life, but
numerous diseases are traceable both to the
lack of necessary food, and an over indul
gence in special kinds of nourishment.
Resides (bese external sour**** "f disease,
there are other more subtle snd interna)
, causes. Each Individual inherits from hi*
parents a certain physical constitution,
fcsch person, therefore derives his chances
lor health and disease from adoiiMesoiirce,
namely his inheiited constitution and his
surroundings iv life. Sanitary science de
votes attention to our surroundings. Medi
cal science seeks to overcome tlie consti
tutional or inherited weakness by mcdl
clues that supply what is wanting fn the
system. De Haven's Dyspepsia Cure sup
plies that which Is wanting to insure prop
er assimilation and digestion of the food.
Try it. Por sale at LHtleboy's drug Btore.
WTLUS L. CULVER, of Pavilion, N. V..
ssys tbat Ul I mare's Magnetic Elixir cured
him of a long standing throAt and lung
trouble. Por sale by li. I. Godfrey, Nadeau
ATARKfI CURED, health and swee
oreath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
PrloedOcents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by
, P. Heiusemsn. IP* North Main street.
CROUP, WHOOPINii OOOOH and brou-
Ohltls immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. Sold by P. C. Helnseman, 1/2 North
Guinness' Porter and Bass A Co s
Pale Ale for sale by
ac aad 28 N. Spring St.
V?OR SALE—A very deslrible hearing
k? Vineyard and Orange Orchard at a *iar
gain. [And and irrigation facilities the
very best. Must be told. For particular*
enquire of DAN REICH A Hl>,
spbl-lra 991 North Main Street.
"Oood snd quickly seldom meet." This
old proverb fluds one denial in tbis pro
gressive sge when the quickest yet best
house-clesufng Is done by
In lots of one ton and upwards. Inquire of
A. J. MIICKRIDCE,
Opposite Washington Garden.
Owes or the Glebe or Boa bd or 8c pbs- /
visors or Los AnoelbsCouuty, Cat*)
Sealed bids will be received st tbis office
until 10 a. a. April ittb, 1884 .
Ist. For the erection of a County Jail
building, exclusive of cell work snd other
iron work mentioned ss "soparste iron con
tracts," in accordance with plsna snd spe
cifications on file at the office of A. M. Edel
man, architect, at No. 17 North Main atreet
Los Angeles, California, said building to be
completed within four '4) months from date
2d. For the construction of all iron work
mentioned as "sepsrate iron contract," ex
clusive of all cell work.
3d. For the construction of sll rail work
mentioned in plan aud specifications. Also
for construction of cell work on Intro
duced plans on any special system of cell
work furnished by the contractor, and to
be adapted to the reserved ln the
said plans for cells.
A certified check of $2,000 to accompany
bid for building. A certified check of f 1,000
to accompany bid for iron work other than
cell work, and a certified check of 82,000 to
accompany bid for cell work, checks made
payable to Clerk of Board.
The Board reserves the right to reject any
or sll bids.
By order of the Board of Supervisors of
l>os Angelescounty, Calllornia
C. H. DUNSMOOR.
msrit oaw3w Wed Clerk.
SB YEARS IN USE.
l'he Greatest Medical Triumph or tbe Agel
SYMPTOMS OF A
I>oas of appetite. Bowels axsslta. Fain In th*
haad, with a null •■•i....»iinti in t'« back p-rt,
Pain under tli« e1,.m1,!. , ;.] I , ;u.. -.• ais. -
eatkuf. witbsillKiuclinatiiin to exnttun of body
or mind. Irritability of temper, I>>w spirits, with
afwiingof laWwaUaßwssws asaesnWi wasrl
ur«, tMuiutwa, Fhif foriiui at tbe Heart, I***
MSSfS the erra, H<*lMh« i>»rr the rtrfiit eye.
K*atlcMn***a, with Dtful drcauia, Hiybly culuiwl
TTTTS Mill am atjaaSßwV *-UptM had
rat»«a,on«d.>MrfT*>e'a«i.rh a assays ot fowling
The* li.crt-we tha Apoeil**. and canw tha
tha ar»t«ia Isjsawi
UhMl.atid by tlwir Tnnitf Arition on t»>«* me»
diSlhaaaß.rrniil.rntn ■ Tit im pRWSBaI I Pne.i
250. tfM»rrArrifc,y. Y.
tHrt>f>gtbane the weak. r« |*lcs the waat"a ca*
tbe svsfom witli rura bl>»xl ami hanl i . ' ,
hmss the narvoii* aysUm, InUgiwate* tbu
brain, ami imi>art« the VlpM of uaubood,
I ; 4 1 Maurrmjr M M New Tagtl
A First-Glass Investment I
ONE OF THK MOST
Charming: Sites for Residences
IN THK CITY.
Elegant Cottages to be Erected.
FIRST-CLASS SIDEWALKS UN ALL THE
Artificial Stone Pavements on
Four Masts witb Electric Lights.
Three Street Railroads
to Pass the Tract.
Busies Now Bun Befrularly for
HaaflsoDie Mansions od Every
LOTS $220 EACH!
Id Mauthly Payments of $10!
FIRST PAYMENT $:!©!
The I r KMM'ION TRACT, which has re
mained In the possession ot Ihe owner ever
since he entered It st the Und office, haw st
last changed hands. This beautiful proper
ty will he immediately subd Ivlded into
building lots. Ihe deed will be placed wilh
F. fl. MOW*, K5.,., ths Cashier of the Lot
Angeles Nstlonsl Bank, as trustee, and the
bmik will be msde a depositor? for the
funds, by the BoutheruCallforoia Land Co.,
No. M ti. Main >> treet, who become the
managi i ■ ... this popular enterprise. The
same gentlemen Inaugurated aud brought
to s successful NsSJll the "Chllds Tract
Homestead." They also formed the Colum
bia Colony Syndicate for the Fowler
Kaneho. Those shares, placed In J'eoein
ber last at $12M, vow command $3000.
The Urmitou Tract forms three hundred
and seventy-eight large lots. Four Electric
Ma*t* will be maintained without charge to
the lot holders for one year. Artificial stone
and plank sidewalks will Ih* constructed ou
every street. Six elegant rottsgei are to be
erected on different portions nl the tract.
All of the Improvements, including thi
buildings, will be without chars;*
to the subscribers tn the lots, aud
the division of the property made lv the
same manner as that of ths Chllds tract,
which was so eminently HAtlbfAC'.ory to all.
Tlie payments being, ss In the former case,
directly to the owner* of the land, the price
Ui BUbscrlbt-rK has beeu placed at the lowest
possible amount. During the aale of this
hpleudid property there will be ue need to
take outside excursions for huildiog lota
miles away, at hundreds of dollara above
These Jots in the I'rmston tract ars to be
sold iv payments of (to the
flr»t month and of $10 per month thereafter
without Interest. The division takes
place after the fourth month's payment,
which will he in August next.
Tbe property He* between Adams and
Waablugtou street*, froutlogalao on Adams,
Hoover sud Vermont avenue, and other
l.r..ad aud beautiful thoroughfare*.
It ia a plesssnl walk from the Figueroa
fctreet rsllros<l through Washington street to
ibe iraet, which la surrounded by hand
some mansions; th me of Messrs. Burke,
McCreery. Karpe, Howker, Nies, Wbitne
and others being conspicuous.
As S residence site, this tract hns no supe
rior The water is of the purest quality,
and Mr. Hnrke, at tbe corner of Adams
on*.* of the good things of the many that
await new reiddeuts of thst quarter.
The a|t] water will alao he piped to these
lots wheu required by tbe occupants of tbe
many beautiful homes thst will be made
within the next few mouths Three dis
tinct tt treet rnllraads in a very short
time will pass the property on Washington
and Adams streets, and ou Vermont avenue.
Col. Howland'a electric motor road will
pass ou Adams street.
The low price of these desirable building
site* is for the purp se of st onoe sddlng
largely to the Improvements of this ehsrm
lng portion of tbe city.
The first-class sidewalks, the
elegant cottages, the electric
lights*, ami the unrlvslled locality, will
sell sll these lots In s very few days, especi
ally on the long time offered. Yesterday,
although tho tract was not yet placed on the
market, thirty nsmes aame into the office of
the company, aud residents nesr Ihe trsct
brought lv elgh een more. The broad front
sge and the flue depth of the lots commend
them to every one seeking ao investment
tbst will mnre than double within tbe next
First class busses lesve North Msln street,
below the St. Elmo Hotel, every hour, direct
to the tract—fare. Aye Cents. Ou Sunday
these busses leave every half hour. Time
required for the trip, tweuty-four minutes.
The same location in Han Francisco, with
lots but half the sixe, command $4000 c sch.
Los Augeles will have at least treble Its
present population within the next three
years. What Will be the value of thia
splendid property iv that time?
Ou a portion of the tract there are bearing
•range trees and vines. The Improvement*
to be made will be commenced at onoe, and
will be completed before lbs division of the
lots In August next. eprt lm
Soi* rllkrn California Lanl. Company,
•26.1 North Main £ treet.
At J, D. GUERRERO'S,
Nos. 441 and 443 N. Main St.,
You can buy your goods during the week st
the follow prires for es*h
p."*-lbs Cube Sugar. $1; 13 lbs (Iran. Su
gar, tl; 15 lbs Extra C. Sugar, tl. hi lbs 00l
den C Sugar, 91; c lbs Pea Berry Coffee
(green), ft ;H lbs Costs Rica Coffee (green ■,
tt ;7 lbs Folger's Pioneer Coffee, tl; 1% lbs
C K. Roasted Coffee, tl .*> merican Hani lues,
:icansiV!. French Sardiues per can, loe:
Syrup per sal., 50c: Jell lei, aitndaril brsud.-.
JOei L A. Jams, 3 cans Jfte. U A. Apple Hut
ter, 15c 1 A. Table Fruits par can, iftc snd
20c: 8 Parsfflne Candles. iSc Sago, ! • lba
tt, Tapioca, Ifi l'-atllHan Luis Ohlapo Bean*
ncr IliO lbs, 11.7%; Cornel and Ster Chocolate,
foe ls'4 lba Ulce. f I Roneleas Cod Fish per
lb, 7-, c Salmon per ciii, 10c; Pried Apples
and peat'he* (w'r ll>. w Mnceoroiii per Imm,
l-jf'V til Cigars for -ibe. JO sheet* Note Paper,
I vo, 40 a beeu Brief, legal form. 'Jftc; 20 Kn
I velopet, be; Writing Irk per bottle, |tj
I stick Candy per lb, lac. Otim Drops, JOe,
Fancy Mixed, tic, Cheese, 1 1 1 -»c per lb.
Breakfset Bscon, 10c. Urd ln I lbs. Ma;
lArd ln.Mbs,«oe* r ln 10 lb#, tac. aprl
l 11 AS B. MILES,
I. W HKLLM..S, W. H MDUI
W. J. BKODRICK. *. H. If OTT.
WUI »tt*ntl vi purrtiu* .v.l Ml* of
Kul Kiui*. OIM, No • North u«.u M.
Lo. Aoftl.i, CI. aullll
«CITY OF PARIS. _
Xl N ( NT
An.l UNIFORM I.OW
IM. 107 and IflU NORTH SPRINC ST.
TO TT [E PUBLIC.
Philadelphi Boot and Shoe House
' MAKKx TMK ANNOUN'CKMKNT THAT,
On Account of tlie flreat Reduction in Freight Rates from the East.
f I \ -M«»iFih-%.» a! mm PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE KNWON IN WIS CITY.
i V BEAUTY
M . Qf & Th<-y hove a [vlrgc Sleek .lust Arriving and will commence to Cot Rates OB
§ Tak PEfiyECTTHM "Vl ' '''' *' V 1 U:< " '-^ tß ' ' f - you to know how cheap you can buy
&fy OF FIT 1 ' ' inftii, woman or child, give
Boot and Shoe House,
Noa. 101. 103 and 105 North Main Street, Temple Block, Loa Aogrelea. mar2o im
And all I lie MM dlseaaeaof the
HEAD, THROAT AND CHEST,
Together with the
EYE, EAR Ai\o HEART,
Alio all Chronic Diaeases incident to Fe
males, successfully treated hy
M. Hilton Williams, M. D-,
M. C. P. ft. 0..
firaduate of Victoria College, Toronto, On
tario; Licentiate Physician in and for the
State of Michigan. also member of the Col
lege of Physicians aud Surgeons of Ontario:
for threu years Asaoolate Physician of the
Chicago and Cincinnati Throat and Lung
Institutes; for fifteen years proprietor of the
Detroit Throat and Lung Institute, and for
several years Proprietor of the Ontario Pul
monary Institute nnd Health Resort at To-
The earlier symptoms of this diseas- ere
a sense of weariness upou little exertion, i
disposition to remain passive and idle, * pc
cHilar sensitiveness to the effects of cold
aod a shortness of breath upon moving
quickly or ascending a hill or stairs, aslight
hacking cough, with or without expectora
tion, flying pain-; throughout the chest or
back, or under the shoulder blades. 'Ihe
rymptoms are worse towards or during the
night, slight fever in the afternoon, cold
feet and h <-i I- =«n 1 i i mmy case* blue liv
' The'mnr'e » , Aviiic'f.l«yoipt..in»:ire wtalnig
of flesh. oHserbsM, eMlfa aad fever, night
SWesW, expeOlnr.illotis nf yellow pm Irom
the tile, r» ..r r ivines in the luiu>, with or
Without a depieshlon ol the Cbe-t, increasing
weakne-H and-it hist nee-slug up of Ihe sir
passage - ..f -.in- I-! ii.--, c iu>lng sir tugn iution
ariufliH'iii'-n of me patent for v nit of
power in ex i.. etor.,(e MM mucus mMM the
"rferei-.t ra Ihe ire ilim-til of Bjaswai jrtloa
no <al.sl tri.i > , illSe Ui ootft
the |. ysleiaus and their patient*, but luekl
ly Mm c the di-eovery of the Awm system
of practice a few years ago, tn Uganda of
case-have t..'.'ii Completely cured, whe.e
had it nut been for this system of practice,
otter failure t«> combat the evil* of the dis
ease would have continued np to the pres
ent time. This system is recom
mended by the highest authoritie-, lx*th in
Europe and America. By this means
we are enabled to dissolve the hard
ened mucus in tbe lungs, ease
tho cough, facilitate expectoration
contract and heal ulcers and cavities after
all hope of cure by the ordinary method is
past. Pardons desiring treatment by this
system of prsciice can use the remedy at
home as well as at our office, and which
wlllcsuae no Inconvenience nr hindrance to
business whatever. The greater portion of
consumption easea in the first stage csn lw
Consultation free and price within the
reach of all,
The very best Of reference given from
those already cured.
Consultation »ree and price within the
reach of all.
The very best of references given from
those slready cured.
Those who desire to consult me in regard
to their cases had i»etterc»ll at the office for
an examination, hot if impossible to visit
the offloe personally, may write for "List of
QuestiomT and circular. Loth of which will
be sent free of charge. Address
Ifi. sail,TOM » 11,1,1 A VIS. ftl. D.,
a?* North Main Street, Los Aogeles, Cal,
Office hours-Prom 10 a. St. to i r. sr.
In >~lld O-knrat Deuber f.old
40 data, r. 3. llartlett, stem wind 188 00
■ « « M
so » « 00
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40 * Applet™ Tracy J .. ISOO
I " « " SO 00
■ > .. 54 00
co " " " .... ii
3o«. Illver. Appleton Tracy.key wiad II 00
~ - •• ' Mem-wind 28 50
Solid gold Lady* Walth.m watches 25 00
Solid ttoid Howard Watch 40 00
BOdwt* Howard Watch 71 00
4-oa. ailyer Bartlett WeUjli. 16 OO
4-nl .liver Appleton ..Tracy Watch. 11 00
Solid .old Ladle." American .Vatch 18 00
All KOCKFORD WATCHES .old on six
Month!' Trial, and If not MtLfaetory will be
exehati.cd tor auy othet make of Watch de
aired by purebaeer.
BARRETT & SHERWOOD,
140 riontuniiirrv Ht., San Francisco.
aetabllsbed IMO. roarSOlm
UNIVERSAL VEGETABLE PANACEA
OF CONCENTRATED EXTRACTS.
t'r.|'e..| front She Artlve M n .1
Pro port »r»» . ~o<h'o, .1 fn
Mandrmite. Dan.lelio.., Batrernnt, Bhu k
Root, Bog Bane, Bitter Root Blood
Root, Calisayt. rtirk, B.i;W»rry
Bark, Sweet Flag. Tndiaa
Hemp, Wa-a Hoo,
Golden Seal, etc.
F-.r the Speedy and r*wiuaawut Ib ... „*
in. T.i bopnlcwa cssssof
Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chills and Paver, Dl»
-onlsrwd UltteMinn.glek Headache,
'.. t,. r,: ltaUllty,
And all other diwwasra arising from a Blltona
Stats of that Mtuuiawh. <<r an msA-nv>-nr Diseased
REdTMOTOS « 00. .8 F., Whelsstle AgVs,
Strayed or Btolen.
Fron the earner ot Pearl and \ irv.n
atrests, a sorrel horse, white Striae tn hml*
head and one white hind foot, with brand
"W ' on right shoulder, and ssssrt maue and
tall. The Under will he suitably rewarded
by returning ths annual to tne above prem
WAIT ! WAIT!
Alcantara Grove Sale!
ON MAIN STREET.
The Most Beautiful Lots in the City
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
OO 3VJ3 MtMJgt IT. aprliif i p
XX X 3 A X 3 E3 IFI. -
Oaß .ii-) convince yourself of ft* superiority over nil othen. We also sell the genuine
"Adriance" Buckeye Mower and Taylor Rakes.
HAWLEY BROTHERS' HARDWARE COMPANY,
esftld 9m U eprll wtt No*. AH, OOand ft* l.e>* Ansrele* Street.
The Knife Host Go.
you. We have restored hundreds to health
in this city, many of whom had beeu pro
nounced incurable by others.
Female, Rectal and Chronic Dis
eases a Specialty.
DEATH 1 ILIIJU I NO PAY
FISTULA, FISBCKE, RECTAL T'LCERR,
cured wltb..mi . utmu. Lifting, Burning or
Swallow I utr Medicine, by I'li A. W. Kit INK
KBHOFF'S New, Sure and Painless System
of operating. Nocbloroform or ether used.
S3|sy-M..re rhan r*),ixx> operations and not
Shun the old, painful caaaoi.ic treatment
—It Is dangeron*'
■ferial Diseases—*r asp teats.
Bleeding snd orotrusiou st stool tell yon
plainly that you have the piles or true aem
orrhoids. Cure guaranteed.
Bleeding and severe pain at stool, snd a
severe pain with or without bleeding, with
a sore, small lump ium<4Uth of rectum, wlth-
I ottl protrusion, tell you that you nave Fis
sure. Cure guaranteed.
A discharge of matter from a small open
ing, or from small opening*., having a hard
pipe around opening, toll you thst you have
Fistula. Never allow the knife or ligature
to be used. Cure guaranteed.
CoustipatloH, slow, hard stool, want of ex
pulsive power In rectum, frequent attacks of
or coustant diarrluea discharges o( mucus,
like white of egg. of Mood and matter: itch
ing ahoutanusand worse wheu in bed.smart
ing, aching and burning in rectum after
Itvei, bearing down feeling, lame back, af
fected kidneys, liver, stomach, heart, numb
limbs, burning soles of feet, dull pain ln
head, loss of memory, palpitatlou of heart,
sick headache, vaginal aud womb trouble,
bladder and urinary trouble, pain ln the ab
domen, hips and feet; cough aud so-called
coflsCMrnoN : nervoua prostration, dyspep
sia, breaking down of the whole system;
sallow complexion distressed ami wrinkled
countenance: no desire to labor; euergy
gone; tired of life; Bright'a disease of the
kidneys, bloodpoiaon. bloating of sbdorien
and stomach . inilammstioii and soreness of
'bowels, weak limbs, pale, haggard look:
one or more of these symptoms tell you
plainly—Rectal I'icer No use lo swallow
medicine or travel for health, for neither
will cure you. Whole families die with this
malady, aud the AawaMcall it conararnoa,
when ft Is no such thiug. Cube uinaafl
rssn ip TAKXit in timk. The diseases we
treat and guarantee hi cure destroy thous
ands annually, very often the cause not be
ing suspected, we know what we see.
There Is no guesswors in our practice,
i nme sud judge for yourselves. Charges
reasonable. Cousultatlou and examination
" C. EDGAR SMITH, M. D.
Met. CORNEB. SPRING ail SECOND STi.
lull HOLLINBECK BLOCK.
TURNER'S & FIREMEN'S RETREAT,
stMi WOM« ».
third street, - - Opposite Postomea.
MKNDKL Ml' vKk lately from Tombstone,
Mr. Meyer reminds hia friends ami the
public generally that he keens on hand a
full assortment ol all kinds of beers and
liquors tjualUy guaranteed. Alao all kiuds
of cold lunches. He invites them u> give
him a call. No disreputable characters al
lowed on the premises. I ap 10
To Merchants and Tradesmen,
•' itstaodiug accounts and collection of
| ail kinds attended to with despatch. Pat
I rou ign aollelted. Charge* moderate, by
THOMPSON A M. ILVKKN,
Colls* r i, v Agency JO 8 Spriag St.
apH Imlp I
By virtue of an execution Issued out of
Justice K. Kanney a Court, of Los Angeles
Township, couuiy of Los Angeles, State of
California, dated the :*ih day of April. 188 ft,
Inscertaiu action wherein McKee* and
Hughes as plaintiffs recovered judgment
agaiust Maria S. de flenches and A lon2o U.
Sanchez, defeudauta, on the Wh day of
March, 18**, I have levied oo the follow
lug-described real property, to-wlt:
All the right, title and interest, claim or
demand of the ssid Marin H. de Sanchezaud
Homo G Sanchez In and lo that certain
tractor parcel or land situate in the eltr
aod county of Loa Angeles, State of Califor
nia, and more particularly described as
follows, to-wit Being Dart of Lot number
seventeen (17) in Srifflu's Addition to Kast
I-oa Angelea sl'uste un the Ka-i aide of
Workmao street and having a frontage of
one hundred and teu (110) feet oa said
Workmau street, commencing at tbe South
west corner of aald Lot number seventeen
(17) sud running Northerly along said,
workman street, with a depth or one hun
dred and sixty Aye (W6) feet towards Slcbel
direct and bounded on the south by a lot of
the Ashley Methodist Church.
Notice is hereby given thst on
wedneadatr, the sth day af nay.
At two o'clock r. m of that day, in front of
the Court House, In ths elty and county of
Los Augeles, Suite ol California, I will sell
all the rigbt, title and interest of said Maria
S de Sanchez and Alonzo G. Ssuehex in and:
gto tbs above described property at publio
auction for caah in 0. 8. gold eotu to tha
best and highest bidder to satisfy said exe
cution aud all costs.
Dated st Los Angelas the 13th day of
J. C. CLINK.
Constable Los Augeles Towuship.
apl.l oaw Tu-«0d
NO. 23 SOUTH SPRING STRKBT,
Between First and Second.
Rooms 4 and h, over Mangrove * Cloak
Gold fillings. |2; Amalgam aud Plstins, $1.
■*alaleea extractions of teeth by vi
talised air or nitrous oxide gas. Teeth ex
tracted for laa tsest seta at Teeth
trom at; to as. We guarantee a pereot
fit. oillce hours from B*_ a. to sr, M. Sua
days 10 a. to 1J sj.|
■4aT~NigbtcalU answered at office. JaaS
Good pasture for stock jh ta be bad fa
Brown's Caflon. second cm A .a from Bene
dict's, IS miles from Loa Augakes and 8 m les
f mm Sauta Monica.
Terms For one cow 75e, one horse $1.00,
• >ue colt sag per mouth.
Apply to SKHASpTAJS LIMNER, on the
place. mrl4 lm
o. o. o.
D. A. ai'OHKN l.vow proprietor of the
C. 0. 0. WriK*ery »Utre. coru«r of Spring .ud
► ..urth atresia, U» *Mjln h«vlu« buiuru
huya and >ell» oiily fur riu.li «rul alad
Don Mil grocerlm fur • very .mall profit.
BATH & FOSMIR'S
Foundry A Machine Shop,
124 South Spring St. SM