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VOL. XXV. Important m t oil. < tor*. Washington, September 3, — The Treasury Department has issued the fol lowing circular to collectors and others: "On and after January Ist, next, tho practice heretofore existing under De partment instructions of October Ist and 11th, 1878, of permitting parties who present themselves with Invoices and bills of lading, endorsed to them by par tiee named therein on the blank, to make entry in their own names as own ers, aud also of permitting entry by par ties who appf ar to hays been real pur chasers abroad but to whom merchandise was not consigned by a bill of lading, will be discontinued and entries will only be received from parties in whose name merchandise} is consigned by bill of lading, or who ap pear to bo the rightful holder* of bills of lading drawn to order." Articles 297 and 298 of the regulations will be con sidered aa modified accordingly. Entries by executors and administrators of de ceased persons or assignees of in*ol vents, aa provided in section 2,843 of tbe Revised Statues, will not be consid ered as affocted by this circular. (Sigued) C, S. FaiitCHfL.u, Acting-Secretary. Tne President* Uppkk Saranao Lake, September 3. After an abtenoe of four days Presi dent Cleveland and party returned to Saranac to-night. They had a most en joyable time on tho upper lake. Raoh man had ahot his deer and everybody was exceedingly pleased. To-night the President listoned with astonishment and sincere regret o the newspapers' account of the ruins and suffering ot Charleston which were read to him. A strange IMeeaae. Chattanooga, September 3.—Parts ville, in Cockrell county, Is in a wild state of excitement ovor a strange epi demic which has made ita appearance there. The disease, which iv every case prove* fatal, resembles flux, except that the victims are attacked with severe pains in the head aimultaneooaly with pain in the abdomen. Physicians are unablo to cope with the disease and those stricken with it succumb within a short time. Tweoty-sev.n deaths have occurred within throe days. THE DEMOCRATS. Harriett Nominated for * Governor. TUB OTH Kit NOMINATIONS. The Ticket so Far elves Satlsfac- Mon-RatiHcatfoti Meetings, Ktc, Blc. \ Special to the Hermld by the Attociatsd Press. MORNING SESSION. Ban FrJncim.'o, September 3.™ The Democratic State Convention waa oalled to order at 10:25 this morning. Senator Johnson, of Sonoma, withdraw the name of Reddy for the Governorship; Mitchell withdrew that of ex-Meyoi Bryant, of San Franciaco. Balloting for tho Governorship then-began. For some time Birtlett and Berry ran pretty nearly an even race,, witii Tarpey a long distance behind; then Bartlett ran slowly ahead, and when Sao Frsnoisoo east 101 of its votes for him and only 6 for Henry,a general desire be came apparent among those who had already voted to change their votea tc Bartlett. The chairman, however an nounced that no change would be al lowed until the entire roll had been ea!M. A" snnn sjS Man .Tosnntn c«? [i t lit teen votes solid for Bartlett there re moioed no donbt that he was nominated, When the roll-call ass completed Ala meda changed ita aolid vote of twenty tive from Tarpy to Bartlett. Loa Au galas also changed and cast ita twenty - tour votes solid for Bartlett. A motion was than made to give Bartlett the nom ination by acclamation. This was done and waa followed by intense excitement. Hots were thrown into the air and Ui and long cheers given. Binnere and hand* ktroblets were waved. When the excite ment had somewhat subsided, Birtlett was introduced by Chairman White as the next Governor of California. He was greeted with tremendous oh: era. He spoku as follows: "I retorn you my groat aad heartfelt tha oka. Should the people of California sanction your aeleo hou I will give, you o good aad honest administration." Nominations for Lieutenant-Governor were then andounced to be in order. Tarpey of Alameda, Berry of Sntter, and Senator Johnson of Sonoma, were placed before the Convention as can li dates. Johnson withdrew his name he fore balloting began. After this batlol bad been nearly completed, with Tarpev in thu lead. Berry appeared and with drew hia name. Tarpey was then unan imously elected to ba the candidate foi Lie (tenant-Governor. He made a brief address and the Conve.ition than ad journed until two o'clock this afternoon AKTKKVOON SISsiOM. * The convention reassembled at 2:10 r, at. On motion, speeches t.«r all futon nominations were limited to five mm otes. Nominations wore next in ordi i for State Treasurer. The following wen named to the convention: Adam Her aid, of Santa Clara; D. J. Oultsfaan, tin present incumbent; Jefferson G. James, of San Francisco. The first hallo re sulted in no choice. Tbe vote was ai follows: Herald, 900; Ouliahan, 1*8; James. 155. Total votes cast, 407; net eosory to ahoioe, 240. Before tne sec ond ballot waa taken James' name was withdrawn, and before the second bal lot was completed Oullaban's name was also withdrawn and Herald waa uoant moasly made the nominee. i W. G. Hen Iri ks, of Butte, waa nom inated by acclamation for Secretary of State. George W. Peckham, of Manta Crus, woo also put io nomination, but soon titer tho balloting began he with drew. John J. Dunn waa nominated by ac clamation for State Controller. The only other candidate waa Wm. Brod trick, of San Franoiseo. Senator Jobooon, of Sonoma, received the nomination for Attorney (General by aeolamatlon. The c mvolition then adjourned until tea o'clock tfc-morrow morning. fVOim OBNIRAf.. Senator Johnson, of Sonoma, bos been nominated for Attorney-General. extent of Hanian Intereat In BHlajarla. London, September 3.-The Daily Telegraph, commenting on the Bulgarian revolution, says: Russia has already se cretly spent 18,000,000 francs In Bulga ria. Just b-jfore the revolution the Rus aian Consul of Sofia withdrew £70,000 in Turkish money from a well known eastern bank, ostensibly to endow cer tain religious communities which nob jdy was aware were in plenary stralta. A Fratricide. Visalia, Cal., Sept 3.—At Traver last night, Luther Brown, dariugaqnar* rel over a diareputable woman, ahot and instantly killed his brother, Worth Brown. Tbe asaaaain is now in the Vi salia county jail. l ord ( hnn hill's Racers*. London, September 3.—The Daily Nor* say- Lord Randolph Church 11 has achived his maiden success as a leader, owing to his conciliatory ton* to ward Fame Mites. Santa Hsrbars Entfenalastic. Santa Barbara, September 3.—Tho nomination of Birtlett is satisfactory to the party here. That of Lynch for Congreea excites enthusiasm. THE INS AND THE OU TS. Tlia nournfn f*a 4 boat the 9Cr«etO. Tbe changes to the United State* Mint are not limited by any provisions of the Civil Service law, hence the gen eral change that took place on Wednes day in the San Franc.aco Mint on that day. Following are the names of the ins and the onta: UKM HAL DEPARTMENT: H. P. Bu*b, San Francisco, cashier's clerk, vice A. Oleglengen, removed. .Samuel A, Boyd, San Jose, oomputing clerk, vice (George Parry, removed. Harry O. Beuediet, Butte county, sta tistical clerk; vacant for some time past. .1. H. P. Dixon, Milpi-aa, 3 ant a Clara county, chief clerk, vice C. H. Seymour, removed. A Norton, Los Aoge.ee, memoran dum clerk, vice Henry R. Miller, re moved. Alexander P. Murgotten, San Jose, weigher, rice E. P. Maroellue, resigned. John L Phippa, Oakland, maohiniot, vice J. L. Harmatead. removed. W. A, Aaainossen, San Franc too, workman, vice \V H. Gladwin, re aigoed. John J. O'Connor, Sao Francisco, fire man, vice Patriok Heard on, removed. .John Cteary, San Francisco, helper, vice C C. Hillard, removed. A. P. Dennia m, San Francisco, con ductor, J. G. Tremble, rem .ved. James Giliig, Temescal, Alameda oouoty, j tnitor, /ice W. K. Benjamin,, removed. Wm. Wagner, San Buenaventura, watchman, vice Jamea King, removed. Wm. A. Bakln, Tuolumne, watch man, vioe W. S. Pearson, removed. Patrick Dolan, Sacramento, watch man, vioe George Beatty, transferred to Aaaayer's department. Perry G. Childs, San Franclaco, watchman, vice J. E. Whltcher, re moved. Manuel F. Matthews, Ban Francisco, watchman, vioe Wm. Williams, re moved. D. G. Lake, Nevada county, watoh man, vioe John Gardner, transferred to ooiner's deparlmeut. ASsaYKKS OK I'A HTM KM J. W. Pack, first asaistant aasayor, vice L. M. Baldwin, resigned. W. A. Field,cupeller, vice J. W. Pack, promoted. E. C. Fitr.patri.ak, diosolver.vioe W. A. Field, promoted. Geo. B> atty, fireman, vioe B.C. Fit/ patriok, promoted. Charles J. Duval, San Francisoo, chip per, vioe Geo. Loring, deoensed. MKLTRR AND RKFINKR'* DBPARTMKKT. Ratification meeting/. Ban Francisco, September 3 A rati- Boatinn meeting nf the nominations made by the Democratic State Convention to day wat sold this evening at Metropoli tan Temple nnder the auspices of the Iriauois Club of this city. Max Porwter presided. Tho hall was densely crowded, about 2000 people being present. Tbe tint speaker wag Mayor Bartlett, the nominee for Governor, who returned thanks for his nomination and pledged himself to do all in his power to perpet uate the success of the Democratic party iv the future. Tarpey, tbe nominee for Lieutenant Govern or, followed io a sp •eoh, whiob was loudly cheered. Ex Senator Hearst said be had arrived this afternoon and had only bad time to read the platform. He pronounced it the heat oat adopted by auy party in this State for twenty years and gave it hit heartiest approval. Senator Del Valla paid a high tribute to Mayor Bartlett, the nomn.ee for Governor, and presaged the success of tbe Democratic party with such a man at ita head. Ha also spoke of the great strength of tbo remainder of tho ticket already nominated. W. D. English, Chairman of tbo State Central Commit toe, waa the Let speaker- He presaged victory to tbe Democratic ticket next November under the banner uf those gen I lemen who had been nominated to-day. Hoard! Of f:qttnll«ntlnn. Bait Fmasctwo, September 3.—The Sec ud Board of Equalisation district convention met to-day and nominated C. H. Rsndall for member of tbe Board for tbat district by acclamation. San Peahciaoo, September S —Tbe Fjurthßoird ot Kqualiaation District Convention met tin . evening aud organ is (d with G. G. Gmchar, of Miripis*. as obairmau, aud C W. Q lilty, of Santa Clara, ai secretary Pb • m*etmg ad journed until to m irrow without trana acting any further business. fifth District c onventloii. San Fkanoisoo, Septemb u r 3 —The Fifth Congressional District Convention to-day nominated Frank J Sullivan for Congress by aoolam .tion. Mate Central Committee. Ban FlUNCiwio, September 3 —Dadore Townasad, of Sacramento, has been nominated member of the Stnta Demo cratio Committee for ilia Tun t.. nth Hen atonal Distnot. Salt Frani'mu., September 3 —Wash ington Bartlett, the Democratic no ml ase for Governor and preient Mayor or this oity, waa born in Savannab, Geor gia, in ISM. Hh came to California in IftfiO and shortly after estsblisbed n newspaper. In 1860 he was elec ed County Clerk an<l ro-eleoted to the same office in 1861 and 1867. Ho was ap pointed Harbor Commissioner in 1870 and in 1873 was elected to the Bute Senate. In 1889 ho wst elected Mayor of San Frauoisoo. to which office he was re-elected by a large majority in 1384 Mr. Bartlett is a bachelor Bmj. Aeoh, ran Friuiciaco, olerk, vio» H. M Clnyea, removed. L. P. Golrietone, 8«n Franoieoo, de posit melter, vice L. J. Wilaoa, re moved, Cornelini Kiorrien, Sonor*. Tuolumne county, helper an.l furnace builder, vioe K. M. Hooper, removed Jaa. MoOary, San Franeiaco, helper, vioe B. S. Mailman, removed. Jerome W. Power*, San Frauoiaoo, helper, vioe W. Henley, removed, D F. S.attery, San Franoieoo, helper, vioe J. Armetron*. removed. P. H. Haninitll, San Franoieoo, helper, vice W. P. George, removed. Daniel Brown, Jr., Petaluma, meaaen uer, vioe R. C. Brown, removed. OOINIR M IXPARTHINT. Denote «». ary, San Franolaoo, cutter, vioe Samuel It oth, removed. Charlee Maaon, Llvermore, workman, vioe I.yea dor Walker, removed. John H. Curran, San Franoiaoo, workman, vioe A. K. MoFarlan, re moved Joeeph F. Tneker, Alameda, work man, vioe I. H Laing, removed. J, hn Oardner, workman, vioe Joaaph W. Low, removed. H. P. Bulb ia the Sooretnry of ike Democrat!) 8 ate Club, and w-.e formerly Depntv C. rk in ibe Supreme Court. H li. Benedict waa Aa ai tent Minute Cli rk of tha late Senate in IB7S-8. A. N >i i v haa aerved in thu County Clerk'a office at Loa Aiigelta,anri area Enrolling Clerk of Ihe Senate in 1883 W. A. A.mnn-eeu and William A. Gukin have been membera of the Aa aembly. John I. O'Connor ia in the Fire Department iv, Sao Franoiaoo. Ma iuol F. Matthewn ia a mender of the Pir- Benevolent Society. L, P. (Inldatoue attended the Weal Foiut Milittery Aeaodmy and the Colnmb a School of Mlnea at Naw York City, end Charlaa 1. Duval waa formerly aaaayer at th* Grand Pria* Mine Sah FiUncisoo, September S.— The following- rilapatoh »v received thia ef tarnoon: "Saoramento. — Mayor Wash mgtm Uartlrtt Hleoee accept my hearty and moat elnoere onngrmtalationa. The convention haa don* honor to itself. I.et aa true' tha people of California a ill do the like to tuemaelvaa next Novem ber. (Signed) UKOKor Stoniiian. anile th* »«pta Uenierratt. N*r*. September 8 — The nomination of Bartlett ftivee aatiatacfciou to all Uenoorata. He wm oonaid*rad th* •troagMt oanriiriate. LOS ANGELES SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4. 1886 — SIX-PAGE EDITION. NEWS OF THE WORLD. streets. The oscillation Waa very per' ceptible from the southeast to the north* weft. No noise accompanied the shocks. The A bandoumeut of Prince Alexander. CHOLERA IN ITALY. Seven lien Roasted—Additional Earthquake News—Negro Superstition, Etc. Spatial to th* HiraUl by the, Auoetated Press. « hoi em outbreak. London, September 3. —A violent outbreak of cholera Is reported at Tore doll annunxtatia, near Naples, in conse quence of which ths religious festival baa been prohibited by the town author ities. Cholera retorns for tbe whole of Italy show 109 D ew cases and 41 deaths. The Daily News says: "Prinoe Alex ander has been abandoned and isolated by the agreement of threo empires Nothing could exceed the humility of his letter to the Cxar, which is only equalled in degree by the brutality of tne Czar's answer " Ukavbseno, IS\ V., September 3.—ln the first race st the Brooklyn Jockey Clab coarse, for oil ages, seven furlongs —Ferecaie won, Burch recond, Pearl Jenniogs third; time, I:2Sg. One mile and a quarier—Ten Strike woo, Lizzie Dwyer second, Bonneman third; timo2:ll. One mile—Markland and Harefoot ran a dead head for first plaoe, Florence M. third; time 1:42. In the run off Markland won by a length; time 1:43. For three-year-olds, mile and o qoar ter—Peekskill won, O'Falton second, Pontraco third; time 2:12^. Two year-olds, three quarters of a mile—ltalia won, Bedford second. Mil ton third; time l; it! l ,. One mile—Frank Word won, Hermit age second, Weasel third; time 1:44. AT MARTSVIXLB. Maryhvillk, Cal., Sept. 3.—The tirst raoe at the fair to-day was for the 2:50 class and was won by Phallas, who won the race in two straight heats; time, 2:32 and 2:29. SecooS race, trotting, for lour year olds, seven starters, Wallace U. won in three straight heats; time, 2:385, 2:36, Mi|i The pacing race waa won by Killar ncy, Who took second, third and fourth heats, Pocahontas winning the first heat; time, 2:24jf. 2:20, 2:21 i. 2:25. An attempt waa made to wreck tho train conveying Prinoe Alexander to Sofia. When near PhillippolU the en gineer discovered obstructions on the track and brought the train to a stand still. Oq investigation it was fonnd that five sleepers had been placed across tbe rails. A conflict between the • evoluiiouiats ami the followers of Alex ander waa feared at Sofia. Haaoited Allto. Williamhport, September 3 —Word haa been received hero of a sickening calamity which occurred abont midnight last night five miles and a half above Sonoeatown on the line of the Williams port ft North Branch Railroad, where a large number of Hungarian laborers are employed on an extension of tbe road. A shanty in which over twenty of these men lodged oaught Pre last night from the overturning of a stove while the men were aaltep. Sixteen moo slept on the second floor. Those on the first floor and all on tbe second floor bat seven succeeded in getting out. The others were left to their fate ud wore roasted alive in the shanty. Their charred remains were afterwards found iv the ruina. The men who escaped were so horror stricken tbat they made no efforts to save their companions. The remains of the dead were removed to Sonoeatown to await the arrival of tbe coroner from Laporte. Tbe namea of tho victims have not yet been received. A Hungarian named Johinaki was murdered and his body hidden under a shanty on tbe aame railroad at Blk Lick a short time sin je. When the shanty waa torn down portions of human re mains were fonnd in a quantity of bloody straw. Tbe men who occupied the shanty have disappeared. Gold on Wilson's Peak. The Paoedcaa stur na< much to say about th- gold on Wilson* Peak. Tbe sale of tickets by ihuL. A. and S. ii. V. E. H. to Santa Anita station, the station near the toot of tbe trail, is very active. The Star says: "Wo have promised to keep our r<: ad r* potted aa regards tbo news relative to tbe gold excitement at Wilson's Peak and shall redeem tbat pledge to the fullest extent possible. Will Bird, Will Korstian and F. 8. fiearn, typos connected with thia office, have just returned from their claims ou the Peak, and from them we secure tbe following items of interest: There are now about fifty miners and prospector* at the Peak, and the entire summit is al ready staked. In addition lo tbeae, the mountains are full of men from tiwitzer's trail to the head waters of the Han Gabriel and the rocky brow of Old Baldy. all anxiously looking for the gold that glitters. Some of tnese parties bave claims tbat are evidently rich in the precious metal; in short, there ia no question about thare being plenty of gold there, so far as surface indications are concerned, but the ox tent or quantity oan only be demonstrat ed by digging and blaetiug. Messrs. Bird, Korstian and Hearn evidently have tbe richest leads we have yet heard from, and they have spent a week in vigorous prospecting and are exceeding ly well pleased with tbo results. We have on our table samples of their claims—the extension of Summit claim No. 1 and the Printers' Bonanzi—that are heavily loaded with tbe precious metal, and from which aaaays show $360 HO per ton of puregold,aud there are some ppecimens that will run more than double that riebnesa. Of course this sounds like a fabulous story, but tho facts are before ua and cannot be dis puted. These gentlemen, aa we have stated, have developed their claims as far as a week's digging and blasting could do, removing more than twenty tons of rock, and the further tbey went tbe better were they pleased, for tbe richness of the ore constantly iuoreased. This is the exact status of the situation, without any attempt at exaggeration or to create any undue excitement. What the bosom ef the mo- ■,tain contains no mortal oan know without further inves tigation. The spur, or feeder, ihat is being worked measures from two to seven feet, and tbe old miners who have personally investigated the matter are unaoimou" iv declaring that present in dications are very good indeed. The Wilson trail, th- present route by wh cb tbe Peak is reached, is a hard one, and by it some seventeen miles must ba traveled from Pasadena, but a ne v trad is bding maie tbat will short en the distance about one-bnlf It will lead up the Ku >v a ifl m, and teams may be driven as far as the falls, from which point the summit may be reached by burro travel in tesa than two hours, and it wilt be the beat mountain trail in the whole country. Tbe work ia being pushed with all possible dispatch and will be completed in leas thau ton days. Terrains* rick en fUearraea. (,'u a rle.htos, September 3.—lt would be simply impossible to oxaggerate in descriptive language the effect of the visitation of Tuesday night on tbe col ored people of Charleston. There never was until with tbe past few days an op portunity; of noticing the public exhibi tion of superatitioua fear to the degree that it has existed among alt classes of oolored people since the tremendous ■hook of Tuesday night. They fled from their homes, and as they ran hither and thither through the blinding clouds of pulverised mortar, whiob was ah'aken from the houses and arose again in the streets, they tilled the air with dismal groans ef despair and lamentations of terrified distress. As usual with them in their funeral devotiona, the name of Jo-m waa most frequently used, and as tf supplicating God face to face they shrieked out in the very helplessness of despair aucii sentences as: "Do, my master Jesus, have mercy on rue; "6weet Jesus, save me, save me;', "Let me live through thia night, dear Ood, my Saviour." "Hold me up oore more thou blessed Christ, my master," and other tearful supplications, which intensified the horror of the situation snd went far towards demoralizing wnite people who were alao roshtng blindly hither and thither. As usual the faces of a white man or woman in time of dan ger was a sight of sudden joy io tho gloom to many a poor wandering colored boy or girl who endeavored to stop their white friends aa they ran by in confu sion to supplicate that they would re main with (hem until "judgment waa done." In many an instance a tremb ling girl sank on her knees and seised with frantic energy the folds of some white ladies dress, aud failing to express their terror in words, with scarcely moving tips they declared that they wanted only the moral support of a friend in the hour of distress and agony. Immediate!} after the first shock there was an exhibition of joy and voices oi congratulation were heard on every side, and all mingled with words of thanks giving to D.vine Providence. People clung to each other like brothers and sisters. There were no strangers there. In tho dismal gloom some lady cried out: "Get to the green, get to the green," an. almost in a twinkling the oolored people made a rush for that haven of safety. I seemed aa if all Charleston waa already there. Women hurried along, dragging their little charges by their hands m all kinds of night apparel. It waa only, However, when the older olas* of oolored people arrived tbat a characteristic scene took place. Tbey rai about in the crowd with cries of "Down on your face, down on your knees, miser ible sinners. Pray to God, my sister, my brother, pray, pray, don't I tell you night i? come. ' Prayer meetings were organized and singing and scretming were kept up until daylight. At ihat time the watchword went around "The bat tle ia over but soldiers most not rest" and thia order was oarri*»<i ont on Wsdneaday and Tbursd >y nights On Thursday night, however, on Marion Square, the sights and soenee baffled de soription. Colored people were unre strained and committed all manner of riotous and frensied excesses. A report of their actions aa tbey to >k place won) I perhaps be ooosiderod blasphemous The first object and one tbat arrested everybody's attention was an assemblage of oolored boys about a half a dozen in number, who bad fallen to tho ground in a paroxysm of religious frcnay. They were groveling with their faces down in the grass and were singing hymns The hymn was "The Angela are Ripping at the Do >r " and the refrain, suug rapidly,was: "Ob, tel ole Noah to b'd' on de ark, to b'tl' on de ark." Thia song they repeated over and over again until they were quite tired and oeisod from utter exhaustion. In a few minutes they were fast asleep. Those additional casualties arereporteii: Miss Lucy Elliott, ankle fractured; W Kldds, knee dislocated; James Calls hmi, seriously iujured In the face and jaw; Geo. Webb, skull fractured; Fred. Simpaoo, of New York (colored) double fracture of left leg; Mnggie Sanders, (white) amputated foot; H. Butwinkle, head bruised and hip Injured; Harry Damns and Lillie White (children) bruised; Moses Brown, oolored janitor of the Yost building, leg amputated; Luoy James Gadsen (colored) fractured skull; S. Walkor (oolored) arm and teg fractured; Charles Rivers, colored, am putated leg; Elm* Flowers, colored, com pound fracture of log; Mary Delaney, oolored, ampuiaud leg; Mary William-, oolored, face ard head badly burned; Stephen Campbell, colored, severe scalp * Additional deaths—Florence Rector, Sarah Glover and Mary Leo. Tho total loss at Sommerville is esti mated at $300,000. Two slight shocks were reported to-day in Charleston, but tbey wore not felt by many persons. RivimoNit, Vrt , September 3.—At 11:30 to night a shook of earthquake was felt here. lv some places In the upper part of the oity U waa as severe aa that of Tuesday night, people In soma oases leaving their hods and rushing Into the Pasadena Items. As tb- wife and daughter of P. M. Green were driving ou Luke avenue, Tuesday afternoon, the horse took fright, whirled sharply aronnd and over turned the buggy, threw out both ladies headlong and started to run. Rua*elt Case hurried to the scene, but before he reaohed it tbe plucky Miss Green had jumped up, pursued her recreant steed and seised him by the head. Aside from a severe nervous shock to Mm. G., no serious damage was done. I This foreuo >n lit Ie Georgie Hughe?, son of C. A. Hughes, the grocer, drove his sisters down on VVaverly drive an left them at a friend's for a visit Aa he was returning the nut came i ff tbe king bolt, and in nakiug a abort turn the box of the wagon was lifted from the forward wheels and the horse ran, throwing Georgie out aud taking the two wheel* off with htm on a lively jump. Before the animal drew up at his stable he hud uprooted an orange tree aod made a total wreck of the forward part of the buggy. Fortunately the little boy was not hart. A Determined Suicide. P. Henry Trip ~ • Stookton, Califor nia, oo mmitted ,n;u. v !e by shooting him self in hia room at tb- Bay View Hotel, sometime Saturday afternoon. The de ceased was seen to go to bis room early in tho afternoon, a lady at the hotel thinks it übout three o'clock. W. A. Blame, a friend of his, caiicd at C. J. Edward' harness shop on Saturday afternoon and asked the reaaou for his non-appearance W. L. Weise volunteered to go to the hotel and make inquiry. On reach ing it, and going to bis room the door was found locked, the key on the iuside and all quiet within. Accompanied by Captain Dillingham, Mr. Weise went out upon the roof, and looking through a window into tho chamber tbe appar ently lifeless body of Tripp waa seen Ipiog across the bed. Thereupon tbe doot wa forced open, and oo entering the room it waa found to be evidently a oaae of suicide. A 38 calibre revolver waa grasped iv tbe right hand, and a big hole in the right aide of the head, a littlo above the ear, showed where the fatal bullet had en tered, Probing the wound afterward snowed tbe ball to have lodged iv tbe left side of tbo skull. The coroner was at onoo notified and the body removed to the morgue. An inquest wae held yesterday before Justice Monroe ex ofScio Coroner, and tbe jury rendered a verdict that Patrick Henry Tripp, a oa tivo of Atnvrioa, 36 years of ago and a harness maker by trade, died ou tbe JS day of Auguat from a gunshot wound inflicted by his own hand while laboring under a temporary li of iusanity. Bix weeks iago iv a fit of delirium tre mens Tripp attempted auioide by jump ing into tbe hay from the steamship wharf. The water had a beneficial effect, and after a short swim be regained terra firms much improved. On tbo evening of the same day, during v drunken tracaa iv a down-town saloon, he waa struck on the head by another party, or came iuto oontaot with tbe sharp edge of the table or oouuter, and siuee then haa complaiiud of hearing queer, bussing sounds. That he waa temporarily derauged there oau be no question. A tr*« friend who Rtood by him tv all adverse circum stances was a little blaak-aud-tan dog. He jumped into the bay with hia mas tor, was ever ready to fight for bim, and waa the only living witness to his death. -[San Diego 8«n. *4MKrt SULLIVAN, uf ««lnn, Orefou, onbtiruourau of the Aatbmn bl au- Slkl. M »0r,»1.b fc. D ' NEW TO-DAY. WislHETii To Bny a Good All-Wool White BED BLANKET OR A Colored Camp Blanket. THKY ARE SRLI.INU LOWER THAN EVER. Don't apend your money for » Blanket mixed with cotton and shoddy, they will not wear and are unhealthy. THE LOS ANQELES WOOLEN MILLS BLANKETS BILL STANO ANY TBBT. THEY ARE PUKE WOOL! Ladies' White Dress Goods AT LOWEST PRICES. GENTS' UNDERWEAR The lurf- AND FURNISHING GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. CALL FOR GOOD BARGAINS AT B. F. COULTER'S, 101. 103 and 105 SPRING ST., Cor. Secoeif. Lis unlet Tie Hubbard Tract Is by all odds the cheapest Aud most desir able Tract on tbe market for the money. You can have fine Urge lots for only f175 upwards, and each lot Is covered with choice bearing grape vines,the streetslfnad with pepper fees and graded. This prop erty Is advancing in value every day, and all we would ask of you ia to examine It before you purchase elsewhere. We wish to give you bargains, aud you will be convinced of It. You have heard that Loa Angeles la growing southwest, and such Is mo t assur edly the case. Look into the matter and you will Dud this tract is being surrounded by pur city. The aoll Is perfect, water pure, and the neighborhood an charming as a pic ture, and from this point you have the flu ent view of the mountains to be obtained lv the county: and moat every summer day, commencing about It t. at., a refreshing hreeae. Just think, you oan get lota here for only taper front foot. You cao have them for $30 cose and Installments of #10 per mouth without Interest, Ibe tract is a few minutes" walk from the Electric Road on Pico atreet, or the proposed one on Ad ams street, or the hors»-ear line to be built on Washington street, aud you have good a- hools and churches, etc.. near at hand, lam In from 9 to 12 a. m , and will take you out with pleasure at 2 P. H. CHA3. VI !TOR HALL, 10*4 (south Spring. Tie Hardin Tract. This flno piece of land la a delightful spot for a home. You will find it almost next to where lotsare selling for tl "00 each, which lathe best recommendation for these that 1 could call your attention to. Here you can have a lot for gS2S and upwards; with trees, vines, etc. You will have to call early, for the prices are so reasonable that we will not have euough to go around- The streets will b« graded and lined with pepper trees aad plank sidewalks added. Do not purcha«e anywhere a lot before you sec these, if you wish a live bargain. They speak for them selves. Always In from 9to 12 a. m. and will take you out with Dleasure at! v. n. CHAB. VICTOR HALL, 10S South Spring. SOMETHING NEW. Sixty acre,, well improved. I will sell or tins entire p-operty at a rate to satisfy any speculator or aecker fnr a home. You cao purchase 5 acres ~t th's One tract If yon dealroatalow figure. It ban viueyard and ireehon it.audcliMo to tue city. Could be subdivided Into % acre lot», aua to be sold ot> the moat reasonable term.. ,20.000 will buy this grand property if you call In a few daye. Apply to CHAB. VICTOR HALL. "1* "b 10X South .Spring. AUCTION I We will sell at our Sales Stables Ne), IS North Loo Aiatfeles atreet, at 10 a. St. to day, a few geotle work horses: slfo some good second -hand Spring wagona and carriages. WOOLLEY <fc MATLOCK, It Auctioneers. For CARPENTER WORK, JOBBING ABB STORE FIXTURES Go to S. 0. KRONNICK, 30 S Spring St Telephone 521 ,sepl up Parties Wanting- Sharap For Fuel. Packing or uy other Puipo&e Can get tbem free of charge at ■epttl PKHKV, Mul l * GO'S. CHANGE OF FIRM. The uuderslgued h«s this day sold hia Book Binding establishment at 76 Norm Spring atreet to MESSRS. COOKE & WISEMAN, Who will hereafter conduct the business. All outstanding aocouuts up tv September Ist will be collected by me and all debts of the concern up to the same date will ho paid by me. septs M HENRY GLASS. CALL AT Z. REED'S, se s. spring sr. Before purchasing stock. No Eastern liar nes* kept. Pull lines of Whips, Saddles, Robes, Etc. Repairing Promptly Attended to and Neatly Done at the Lowest Prices eepS :im ""Xr. niilv, Collection and Business Andiiuy, Accounts promptly collected, houses to rent, reuts collected. Satisfact-on guaran teed, m Main street, under Moo Honst. to.*l» NKW TODAY DR. W. N. DAVI3 Cnmtnues to treat at his office, «»j N. Spring street, diseases of women ami alt chronic licenses Catarrh, Consumption, Atthma anl Bronchitis trettftd with meiltctl Inhala- The ont below shows tha bacilli or para sites which cause catarrh magnified t*o times. rt t * 4 * 4 5 6 The doctor devotes his treatment to the destruction ot these l-y moans of local rem! edles, which can be applied by the patleut at home without palu, inconvenience or de tention from buHlnosH. Constltutloual rem edles are employed In most osao* to purify the blood, regula'e the liver and buildup the general system. The best apparatus lv tbe country Is used to apply medicines directly to the sores or seat of lnflamatlou at the office wh v t» neces sary. If patleutH can oome regularly to office for treatment cases of for.y years standing can in nearly every case he cured perma nently. Children can be tr.aled with uo trouble, and never yet has the doctor failed to a child where .cmedles have been u»ed « . directed. The following testimonial of person» well known in Los Angeles will show the rapidi ty with which the dUeni-f ran bo cured: Art Btddio, 211 A h . ;ker Hill A\enue,f Los AncoJes, May 2.V 1886. ( Dk w. N. D»\ is - Uear Sir lam happy to lulorm you that your remedies have cured that terribly obstinate catarrh of tbe back part ot the nostrils and throat, from which f suffered so much. It does not trouble me st all vow aud I have only takeu your treatment about two mouths flud a half. Yours,gratefully, M S. PISH. This Is to certlfr that I am a regularly qualified phvhieian, hut not practicing, and have always believed catarrh of cbrouic nasal variety to be au Incurable sfftlctluu, but hearlug of ur. W. N. Davis' "Now Treatment aud his success, I applied to him for medicine, aud determined to try It In the case oi oue of my friends, and did so with the most satisfactory result?, as Im provement was immediate, and oue pre scription effected a cure. The case wan of years' standing and oi a very severe type. I can recommend Dr. Mavis to those simi larly affected. s HALEY, sf. D Los Angeles. August 1,18H5. January 1, 1880, Mr. Halpy testifies that the cs*e be treated Aye mouths ago is still a cure. Mr. Haley Is now practicing law at < ">'. -i s spring street. This Is to certify that I was troubled with catarrh of the dry variety for t. bum five years, since three years before I came to California, aud lv one mouth I feel that I have beeu entirely cured by your reme dies. PETKft NlEri. Los Angeles, July 4, MfX, p. o. box *2j. Hundreds of other testimonials aud ref- Sfonofl could be <iveu were It necessary. As high aj three persons have been cured in ouo family. CONSUL! A HON FKEK. OFFICE HOPKB-J a. M. to 12:80 P. M , 3 to W. N. MAVIS, M M. Ib% S Spriug street, Lou Angeles, Cal., over Peep!e's Store. sept* • CITY OF PARIS. THE PEERLESS DRY ROODS EMPORIUM M KB THK KISI-NT DOOM I P^fl UNIFORM PRICKS I *^fmSBK^ I lib 107 M 109 NORTH SPRING ST. CATARRH!. Throat Diseases. Bronohitia Aeihroi, CONSUMPTION, Together wltb diseases of the EYE, EAR A\l> HE4RT M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D , at. C. P. 8. 0., No. 87A Nortli 'lain Street* Next the Dlamoud House, Los Augeles, Cal AU diseases of tbe respiratory organ treated by the roost improved systeui o medicated iuh.ilatlous, combined with con *t'(otionsi resa edits for the liver, blood etc In order to shaw how eminently succesi fol my mode of treatment In lv all disease of the resp ratory organs I append the fo] Lowiut testimonials: E N. Lrwih, formerly with E C. (Hidden Esq., agent Wheeler A Wilson dewing M« chines, 20 South Main street Loa Augeles. I had been a great sufferer with luni trouble for several years, contracted a Hartferd, Coon. Through my pbyslclan'i advice I came to California but grew worse [ became so weak I could scarcely wall across th» room, aud It was the opinion 01 my friends that I could not live a week But after being treated by Ur. Williams fout mouths J was as well as I ever was. 1 there fore heartily recommend Dr. Williams mode of treatment for al! lung troubles E. N. LKWI4. P. 8. Mr. Lewis has returned home tc Hartford, Couu 1 take pleaaure in refer ring bU case to Mr Qliddeu, Agent W. A W 8. M Co', 20 South Malu street. DR. WILLIAMS. From Hkv. L. X Fisai. I> !>., President Albion college, Aibion, Mich. Da. Williamh-Dkah Siu: My sou, ag« 26, wat suffering from a severe affection ol the lungs, so *s to compel him to keep bti room and the most of tbe time his bed Within the space of two weeks be expe rlenced about a dor' n hemorrhages, from which the ordinary remedies afforded but temporary relief, i applied to you, who supplied him with inhaling remedies, which affected an Immediate arrest of the bleeding, which has never occurred since he began the inhalation. L. R. FI«KE. John SriHCBK, Esq., attorney, formerly ol Rochester. N, V., says: I visited California suffering with lhe second stage of catarrhal consumption, arriving In Los Angeles June 24th, 1886. Tbe next day I visited Dr. Will lama' office, took his treatment and In three mouths I was entirely cured.. JOHN SPENCER, Attorney ftl-Law. From B F. Allan*, A. M. B. D., Prtncipa uf Aluia Ladles' College, St. Thomas, Cans da, says: t oontracted a severe oold which settled upon my lungs, causing a seven cough, accompanied by expectoration, in ■liostfve of pulmonary phthisis. M; strength aud spirits cank very low. but thi success of your remedies was such that il a few weeks I was entirely cured. B. F. AUSTIN. inhalations are applicable in all eases o lung affections, but they must be prepared according to tbe necessities of each tudl vidua! case I have no set remedy which 1 use in all cases, nor do I dilate upon vogue aud Imaginary theories for the pur pose of frightening sick women aod ebil OONNIJ STATION FREE. Those who desire to consult me In regard to their cases had better call at my office for consultation and examination, but If Impos sible to do so can write for a copy of my Medical Treatise, containing a list of ques tions. Address m. HILTON WIIJJA.HM, n. ■>~ 276 North Main Street, Log Angelea, CaL Office hours from 9.8; a m io4:Mr. v THE NEW ELLIS COLELGE WILL BE OPENED September 15th There remain but THREE ROOMS not yet taken. The capacity of Day Pupils is very large. »ug3l lm RARE BARGAINS In Loa Angeles, Cal., JEfc eal 2D 0 t-a t c . Fine residence on HH! street, between Seventh snd Eighth streets. Fine residence on Grand avenue, near Sixth atreei. Two flue business lots. A desirable residence ou Temple street, 3 building lots ou Temple street. »lots on Seveuth street, west of Pearl. House In East Los Augeles. •»S acres ot of land within 1% miles of Postofnce at a bargatu ■US acres of laud highly Improved one quarter of a mile south of city, cheap. Also lota in East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights, Dana tract, West Los Augeles. Child* tract, etc Also Improved and unimproved property In ail parts of the city aud county. Large tract, superb locution; uoue better suited for subdivision LINUENFELD A TANEY, Room 1, 24 W. First st.. New Wilson Block. Rents collected ond tsxet paid, deeds, mortgages, etc., carefully made. aepl ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, No. 23 South Spring Street. Tbe next term will open next Monday August 2nd Between First and Second. Rooms* and , over Moss-roves Cloak House. Gold flUtuca 92 o*> Amalgam and plating fillings $1 00 l*nln lr«tj Extraction of teeth by vitalised air or nitrous oxide gas Teeth extracted for 60 cents. Beat se*s of teeth from tfl to as. We guarantee a perfect fit. Office hours—From 8 o. m. to 6 p. m; Sun days, 10 a. m. to 13 m. fnlrtoate work a specialty. Jyls tt GILBERT & ESTUOILLO, REAL ESTATE Hi COLLECTION AGENCY, TEMPLE BLOCK. 104 N. Spring Sireet, Lv Alleles, CiL Will assume entire charge of property collect i cuts, pay taxes lusuranee, etc JSfs; Correspondence solloited, outt-lm BATH & FOSMIR'S Foundry & Machine Shop, 194 South Bprlmrßt. tftf Notice ot Intention. Notice ia nereby glveu tbat it is the inten tiou ol the Couucd uf the City of Loa Auge lea to eaLrtbl-f.il grades ou portion* of Brook;yu Aye,, New Jerne> Aye. aud Mich igan Aye. h •• follows: At tbe Intersection of Brooklyu Aye. and Pacific street the grade shall be ao.oo feet above tbe datum piaue; at a point ou the north aide of Brooklyn Aye. iw> feat east of Pacific atreet the grade shall be 05.00 teet abjve the datum plaue; at trie B. W. corner of Brooklyn Aye, aud Warren street tbe graaeshall be *>.00 leet above the datum plaue; at the 8. K. corner of Brooklyu Aye. aud Warren street the grade shall be 33.*) feet above tbe datum plaue; at intersectiou of Brooklyn Aye. and Esctmodia street the grade shah be 74.0" leet above ths datum plane:at the Intersection of Brooklyn Aye. and Lopes street the grade aha.l be un the W. sidett.OU feet above the datum plane, and ssi too K. aide of said intersection Mj.w feet above Ihe datum puna, at the intersec tion of Brooklyn Aye. and Bat ivy street ihe grsde shall boiOj.oo feet above the datum . piano; at tue Intersection oi Brooklyu Aye. and Laaaarevich sleet lb* grade shall be ■i i.yu leet above tue d*Lam plaue; at a polut oa Brooklyn Are. <86 feet east pi Lsazare vlch street the grade snail bo KO ieet above tbe datum plsue. at tbe Intersection of Brooklyu Aye. aud Cummlngs street the grade shall be 75.0u feet above the datum plane; at the Intersectiou of Brooklyn Aye. aud St. Louis street the grade aboil be ?o.uo feet above the datum plaue. at the bateroao tion of orooklyn Aye. and Chicago street Lhe grade chall be 72.00 feet above the da tum plane; at a point ou Brooklyn Aye. 180 feet easy ol Chicago street the grade shad 75.00 Joet above the datum plane, at the In teraction of Brooklyn Aye. and Boston street the grade shall be 70.00 feet above me datum plaue: at the lutersecUoii of Brook lyn Aye. aud Solo street tbe tirade shall be 82.00 feet above the datum plaue-at the iv tersectiou ol Brooklyn Aye. and Matthews street the grade shall be 78.00 feet above the datum plaue; auhe intersection oi Brook lyn Aye- and Ficket street the grade shall be 88.00 feet above the datum plane; at tbe into seotiou of Brooklyu Aye. and Molt street the grade shall be 73.00 feet above the datura plane; at tbe intersection ol Brook lyn Aye. aud Saratoga street tbe grade shall be 58.) 0 feet above the datum plane. At the intersectiou of New Jersey Aye. and Cummlngs street the grade shall be 66 00 leet above the datum piaae; at the in tersectiou of New Jersey Aye, aud St. Louis street the grade shall be 03 00 ieet above the At the intersectiou of Michigan Aye. and Lopes street the grade shall be 70 00 feet above tne datu n plane; at a point on Mtcu igan Aye midway between Lupez street and Bailey street the grade ahall oe B£.i 0 fee' above the datum plaue; at the intersectiou of Miohigau Aye- and Bailey street the grade shall he MOO feel above the datum plane; at a point 00 Michigan Aye. 80 feet W. of Laalarevicti street the grade shall be 00.00 teei above the datum plaue, at the iv tersectiou of Michigau Aye. and Lazzare vlch atreet the grade shall be 86.60 leet above tbe datum plane; at a point ou Mich igan Aye. 180 feet east of Lazzarevich street the grade shall be 70 oo leet above the da turn plane; at the iuterseetlsn of Michigan Aye, aud Johus to v sreet toe grade shall be 64.00 feet above the datum plaue, at the In tersection of Michigan Aye. and Cummlngs street the grade shall be feet above the datum plaue; at tire tutor ection oi Michi gan Aye. and St. Louis s:reu the grade shall be 47 00 feet above the datum piano; st a polut 200 feet east of Bt. Louis street the grade auall he 50.00 ieet above the datum plane; at the intersection of Michigan Aye. and Chicago street the grade shall be do 00 leet above ths datum plane; at a point 180 leet east of Chicago street the grade shall be6o.to leet above tee datum pl.ue, st tbe intersection of Michigan Aye and Boston street the grade shall oe tW.oO feet above the datum plane; at a polut ou Michigau Aye. LOO ieet W. of foto street the grade shall be 66.00 feet above the datum plaue; at the in tersectiou of Michigau Aye. and Soto street the grade shall be on the N. w . cor. 6f>.00 leet above datum plaue, ou the S. W. cot. 62.00 feet above dstum plane, ou the N. E. cor. 71 00 feet above datum plaue. ou the S. B. cor. 67.00 feet above datum plane; at a point ou Michigan Aye. 120 feet east of Boto street tne grade shall be 70.66 feet above the datum plaue; at the luteisection of Michi gau Aye, and Matthews street the grade -hall be 70,00 feet above the datum plaue; at tho intersection of Michigau Aye antl Kicket street the gasde shall be 61.00 feet abo.e the datum plane; at the lhieisectlou of Michigan Aye. aud Mott -treet the grade shell be 57 On leet above ibe datum plane, al the intersectiou of Michigau Aye. Saratoga .-treet t ne grade shall be 50 00 feet above tbe datum plsue. All persons interested are hereby noiified to file their objections, if any tbey have, with the Clerk of the Council wituiu ten days of the date ot the first publication of this notice. By order of the Council of the city of Los Angelea at Its meeting of August 30th. A. D. W. W. ROBINSON, Clerk of tbe Council of the City of Los An- Los Aug el as, August 31st, 1886. sepMOt Notice of Intention. Notice Is hereby glv*u tbat It is the inteu tion of the Council of the City of Los An geles, to chauze aud establish the grade of I'lco sireet at the following points: At lhe intersection of the uorth Hue ol Pice street with Hope street the grade shall be changed to £4.50 feet below the datum plsne i at tbe intersectiou or Pico street with ibe west hue of Flgueroa street th. grade shall be'2Boo feet below the datum plane; at the east Hue of Wright sireet the grade ■hall be S3 50 feet below the datum plaue; at a point 8 ■»60 feet west of Flgueroa street the grade sball be 39.00 feet below ibe datum plane; at a polut 410 feet west of Flgueroa street ths h rade shall be 31 00 feet below the datum pUne: at a point 4700 feet west of Flgueroa street the grade shall be '2600 feet below tbe datum plaue; at tbe in terteeilon of Atvarsdo street the grade shall be £7.00 fe*t below the datum place- All persons Interested are hereby notified to ale their objections, if any they have, with tbe Clerk of the Council, wlthiu ten days of the date of the tlrst publication of this notice. By order uf the Council of the City of Loa Angeles, at Its meeting of August aOlh. A. '!> W. W. KOHINBON, Clerk of the Couucll of ths City of Los An geles Los Angeles, August »l»t, 1888. aep'l IW REAL BTATE OUVEB, WALKER k MODEVOW, RIAL ISTATT AID LOll ACfNQY. OFFIOkV 101 N Maluisiroet, Corner Market. Wm. T. Coleman & Co, Snipping and Commission Merchants, SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK, CHICAGO AGENCIES OF WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. AT LONDON, LIVERPOOL, ASTORIA, OR., and LOS ANGELES With Agent* and Rrokpra In every Commercial City of prominence In the Talon, Ox*.l- Lou Anioles Uak.flrexi.o-v Makei a apecialty of handling the products of Southern California WINKS, BRANDIES, ORANGES, RAISINS, DRIED FRUIT, HONEY, CANNED FRUIT, BEANS, Em, Era Agents tor Royal Baking Powder, Walter, Baker * Oo's Chocolate Kingsford'a Oswego Starch Wm. L. Locke, Manager Los Angeles Agency, 75 N. Snrinf St 111 ¥ 1 I 1 V 111 top OOj Largest stick of advance Fall styles. O nr nwn designs in many tinea of clothing. p||ew And nobbiest style in I but ton Cut-aways. Dress suits in line pin-bead check straight cut sacks. Qur 25-oent line of sailor knots and puffs take tbe lead. |*Jobby cutaway sack suita in small broken oheofce. Qorkscrew worsted dress overcoats, full satin lined. Latest a tylo of cheviot sack suits at $15. ONLY ONE PRICE. ALL GOODS MAMtss 111 PLAIN FMStJHS. Trunks, valises, satchels, tourist and shawl straps. Han tsomest line of men's merino, cashmere and balbrigan hose. Indigo blue granite oloth Prince Albert frock suite. 1 Norfolk blouse suite tor lwy« in tim- plaids. Q' -.'mi.i- cHin. I'm hair undershirts aud drawers. obildreo'a, boys' youth's and young Osssjla live clothing. Our new atyle uape overcoat* for boys are NOBBY. Merino, Scotch, wool and Hues balbriggaa underwear, pants aud vests to inatrii, in Hue liairline stripe* and checks. Alligator, grain leather, canvas and rubber valises. Neat hairline stripes, check and plaid oaaslmerH pants. You receive full value, honest dealing, Hneat styles and ths very lowest prices at the LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY STRICTLY OHI HtlOl. ALL COOOS NAMCID M FLAM FMSSSB. Corner Temple and Spring Streets, Los Aageks L. HARRIS & CO., PROPRIETORS. Monte Vista, THE COMING COLONY! 1500 FEET ABOVE THE SEA. NO FOGS ! NO FROSTS ! UNSURPASSED SOILI THE HOME of THE CHERRY anil FIG. The Finest Orange Soil in the State. ABUNDANCE OF WATER IN IRON PIPES. THE CHEAPEST LAND IN THE COUNTY, value ooarsnDiflniiD. Call for full particulars and maps at 30 SOUTH SPRING STREET, MONTE TISTA LANII ANL WATER CO. """ WILLIAM RUDDY, JOHN BURNS. KDWIN SMITH. Ruddy, Burns & Smith, Real Estate aid Comnussion Brokers. *<>• Loans Neaotuted. Homes lieitei, Keiti Csllectt., lie. Xo. t Franklin Street, - • • Los gssjeto* Ssf aultMm ANSON BOI'UB, ol n»k»eii;, IIU..»»j» ar om hliliM w allatn'a MicmUs Elii lr FW *>)• bT M. ■ Hodfroj, HidMo Blow. MIDDLB-AUBP tfUjrlwlMk vlio.ud WIM NO 157.