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THE GOLD FEVER.
A Motley Crowd Collected at
the Border.
BAD TU JUAN A TANGLE-FOOT.
Tedious Bed-Tapeisui of the Mexican
Customs Officials—Comical
Costumes.
I Associated Press Dispatches to the Herald.
Tia Juana, March 7.—There is a very
large crowd here awaiting their passports
to cross the line. 01 coarse, with such
* large gathering of men, more or less
exciting episodes occur. Last night there
was some drinking and carousing. Tia
Juana whisky, some of it at least, is of
the kind that is not as good as other
kinds, and last evening the campers
were treated to a true sample of what
the article will do for a man. One miner
became somewhat overloaded with the
-drink that inebriates and proceeded to
ride his horse into a saloon, declaring
that he was a bad man from Texas. He
was promptly attended to by a Mexican
who was in the saloon, and landed in the
street with the imprint of the Mexican's
boot beneath his coat tail. A little later
another overburdened miner, or would
be miner, came into the saloon and as
serted that he was from '"way up the
gulch" and a mean man in a fight. He
was taken by the collar and pants and
seated in the dust of the street, by the
same Mexican. Noibing further hap
pened of note. During the evening there
was some gambling going on, but it was
qniet and seemed to be on the square.
The work of passing the inspection was
begun at an early hour this morning,
and was continued daring the day. It
was slow work, however, and only a few
outfits went through. A large number of
prospectors arrived at the line yester
day, considerably more than were put
through the customs inspection. The
crowd here is tnereforo augmented by
the addition, and the excitement is cor
respondingly higher.
This morning two Mexicans arrived at
the other side of the line, disposed of
some gold dust and returned to the mines
with all tbe provisions they desired. But
little can be learned of the reports they
brought, as they did not speak English,
and the Mexicans to whom they talked
simply repeat that the mines are very
rich and nearly everybody is taking out
gold in paying quantities. Most of the
news we receive here comes from San
Diego, and the papers are received with
much avidity by all who can get hold of
them.
home of the outfits are exceedingly
amusing, and cause considerable laugh
ter among the prospectors themselves.
One party ol four carried their baggage
on their backs. One had two blankets;
another the provisions, consisting of
flour, bacon and rice; another the camp
utensils, while a boy was staggering
along uuder a load of picks, shovels and
pans. Another party of four bad their
baggage packed on a two-wheeled cart,
and with ropes in front and muscle be
hind were getting it over the ground
without the aid of horse, mule or burro.
Burros with pack soddles are common,
single and double teams are plentiful,
and four-horse teams are not uncommon.
On account of the slow speed with
■which ihe Mexicans work, the pros
pectors are compelled to wait two, three
and 1 our days before getting through the
line. All who come are advised to get
their teams ready, their papers made
out, and then come to the line ahead of
the outfit, in order to get their papers
through the custom-house by the time
their teams reach here.
CANADIAN POLITICS.
Evidence of a Desire for Reciprocity
with this Country.
Ottawa, Ont., March S —The galleries
were crowded again last night to hear the
renewed debate on Sir Richard Cart
wright's resolution calling upon the gov
ernment to take immediate steps to as
certain upon what conditions the United
States will be willing to enter into unre
stricted reciprocity with Canada.
Sir Charles Tupper, Minister of Marine
and Fisheries, defended the policy of the
Government as that of dignity and self
respect, and declared that it would be the
duty of the Government to vote the reso
lution down. Canada was not going to
beg for a treaty.
Charlton advocated the resolution, and
declared that the course of the Govern
ment would drive Canada to petition for
a political separation from England with
a view to union with the United States,
as was done in 1849.
MANLY I l i I 'IM 11.
He Asks a favor for a Vanquished
Foeman.
Washington, March B.—General Sher
man made an urgent personal request of
the President that General Joseph E.
Johnston be retained in the office of
Railroad Commissioner, and promised to
ask nothing more of the Administration.
Johnston surrendered to Sherman
twenty-four years ago next April. It is
probable Sherman will be gratified.
Mongolian Beasts.
Milwaukee, March B.—Two China
men are under arrest for enticing young
girls into their dens for immoral pur
poses. The investigations of the police
show the appalling fact that at least
twenty-two school children have been
lured into laundries and subjected to in
human treatment. The revelations are
not complete. Threats of lynching are
made.
Harrison's Outings.
Chicago, March B—A Washington
special says General Harrison appears
inclined to do as differently from Cleve
land as possible. Yesterday he rode the
whole length of Pennsylvania avenue in
an open buggy, and to-day walked down
the avenue a mile when the promenaders
were thickest.
A Decision Reversed.
Washington, March B.—The Court of
Appeals has decided that the Panama
Canal Company is a civil association, re
versing the decision of the Tribunal of
Commerce that the company was a com
mercial society.
After the Assassin.
St. Louis, March 8. —Advices from
Conway county, Ark., say the Grand
Jury, under instructions from Judge Cun
ningham, have gone energetically to
work to ferret out the murderer of John
U. Clayton.
The Exile's Return.
Paris, March 8. —It is officially an
nounced that President Carnot will, Sat
urday, sign a decree revoking the decree
of exile against Due d'Auuiale.
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1889.
Jealousy Did It.
Fostoria, 0., March B.—Last sight
William Gossler. a glass-blower, shot
and killed his wife, then killed himself.
Jealousy is the supposed cause.
A Big Blaze.
LorisviLLK, Ky., March 8. —Kleinhaus
& Simmons' mammoth general store was
comnletely gutted by fire to-day. Loss,
f230 000.
The Eastern Temperature.
Chicago, March B.—Temperature at 8
o'clock this morning: New York, 24;
Chicago. 26; St. Paul, 22; Winnipeg, 10;
New Orleans, 50.
Justice Muttliew*' Condition.
Washington, March 8 —Justice
Matthews had a relapse yesterday, but is
better tbis morning.
A Nonagenarian.
Harhisbi'rg, Pa., March 8 —General
Simon Cameron celebrated his 90th
birthday to-day.
A Boulevard to South Pasadena.
An eifort is being made to induce the
Board of Supervisors to establish a pub
lic boulevard between East Los Angeles
and South Pasadena/ along Pasadena
avenue. This avenue, which is between
five and six miles long, is one hundred
feet wide, and extends the whole dis
tance to South Pasadena. The people
residing along it in Morgan, Sycamore
Grove, Highland Park, Garvanza and
Lincoln Park have made arrangements
themselves to plant and care for shade
trees on each side of the avenue and to
otherwise beautify and improve it.
These people, seconded by the East Los
Angeles Board of Trade and many in
Pasadena and in this city, think that
now that the Board of Supervisors have
voted to establish the much-needed
boulevard to Santa Monica, nearly
twenty miles in length, they
will have little difficulty in se
curing the action by the Board of
of Supervisors which they desire in re
ference to Pasadena avenue. There is
no doubt it would make a splendid drive
properly graded, sprinkled and main
tained. It is just about tbe right distance
for a good afternoon's drive from this
city to the Raymond Hotel and return,
while the country is as delightful and ro
mantic as can be found in the country.
Besides this, it is the most direct and
generally traveled route to Pasadena, the
largest centre of population in the county
outside of Los Angeles city. It would
seem that there is nothing wrong or un
reasonable in the endeavor to secure the
new boulevard, and the effort ought to
succeed.
what a <'harming Winter
And what elegaut goods at low prices can be
had by calling new on Mullen, Bluett .* Co.,
Spring and First.
Ten Per Cent Off.
The above reduction will be made on all
boots and shots sold by us tbis day.
Mkykb. Lkwis & Co.,
101 and 103 North Spring street.
Good morning, Mr. Jones. Wnat cigar are
you smoking' The Grand Republic Cigarro
every time.
When Baby was sick, wo gave h«r Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
.
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning. The signal per
haps of the sure approach of that more terrible
disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves if you
can afford for the Bake of saving 50 cents, to
run the risk and do nothing for it. We know
from experience that Shllon's Cure will Cure
your Cough. It never falls. This explains why
more than a Million Bottles were sold the past
year. It relieves Croup and Whooping Cough
at ones. Mothers, do not be without it. For
i.nme Rack, Side or Chest, use Shlloh's Porous
Plaster. Sold by 0. F. Heinzeman.
Cure For Sick Headache.
If yon want a remedy for bllllousness,
Motches and pimples on the face, and a snre
cure for sick headache, call at C. H. Hance's,
the Druggist, 79 North Spring street. Dr.
Gnnu's Liver Pills; only one for a dose, sample
free; full box 25 cents
We have a speedy and positive cure for
catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth, and head
ache in Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal
injector free with each bottle. Ose It if yon
desire health and sweet breath. Price, 50
cents. Sold by 0. F. Heinzeman.
NOW OPEN!
LOS ANGEIES NATATORIUM.
The Swimming Bath.
I Fort St., bet. Second
\ \ and Third sts , adjotn-
V ins* the new City Hall.
A Q NEW IMPROVE-
H MENTS. CHANGE IN
If I MANAGEMENT.
I\ J) Water changing con-
Basin, 30x84 feet,
NYtPi beiLg 2 feetdeepatone
\ Ik L. end and 12 at the other.
YKa Water heated by steam.
V2L"st_J\ A new super heater
has been added, where-
IJ by the water will be
lj* xept at an even ter
n peratare of 80 degrees,
fer-,. \S Open daily from 6
—"H* a. M. to 10 p. m. Batur
. days, 10 30 p. m. Sun
•j^gSi-SFf^'/f<rj-_ days, will close at 0
'111/' Prof. Albert Sund-
I I I strome of New York,
is engaged as swim-
Only $5. Admission, including suits and
towels—Adults, 25 cents; children, 20 cents;
except Saturdays and ■Udtyi whe'i prices
will be; Adults, 35 cemsnchillren, 25 cents.
Spectators f'ce when not crowded. Plaiu hot
and cold baths, 25 cents.
Saturdar mornings from 8 to 1 o clock,
reserved exclusively for ladies.
Every Tuesday evening. Ladles and Gentle
men's Night. No gtut admitted without a lady.
McCALDIN & BETTS,
Proprietors and Managers
f24-lm
HESTACHANTN.
James' IRestaurant,
Near the Old Santa Monica Depot,
IN SANTA MONICA,
Is now reopened uuder the mauFgement of Mr.
Emile, formerly chief cook of tne Campi Res
taurant In Los Angeles.
Meals served in American, French and Italian
styles at all hours.
PRIVATE ROOMS FOR PARTIES AND
FAMILIES.
81ugle meals, 25 and'so cents. mil lm*
No Chinese Employed !
THE QUAKERIESTAORANT,
Reopened at 146 S. Spring St.
YOU ARE INVITED.
MEALS, 25 CENTS.
11. mot ed From 83 Temple Street.
W. H. TRIPP, Prop.
m 5-lm
ILIJOH'S
Restaurant and Oyster Parlors.
41 and 48 North Main Street.
If PRIVATE ROOMS upstair* for ladles
anaTamllles, where meals will bo served In th.
best style.
fistf JERRY lII.ICH, Proprietor,
WOOD AND 1.1 II BER YARDS.
tUlTlMPlif,
LUMBER DEALERS,
SAN PEDRO ST., NEAR SEVENTH.
Are Felling lumber tt the following prices,
owing to the removal of the San Pedro-Street
Railroad:
Roiikli Oregon Pine, *20 .11.,
Rough Redwood, 820 M.,
No. I Humboldt Shingles, C2.g5 .TI.
Sun Lumber at accordingly iow prices.
mS-lm P. O. Box, 1,235. Telephone, 178.
NEW HOUSE.
Wagon Material, Hard-wood,
Iron, Steel,
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools,
Cabinet Woods, etc.
JOHN WiUMORE & 00.
13 and 15 South I.os Angeles Street
ml tf
SCHALLERT-G ANAH L
I I '.ii 111: It COMPANY.
maim office and yard —
Corner first and Alameda Streets,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
BRANCH taeds—
East Los Angeles Lumber Yard, oor. Hoff sue
Water itreets.
Washington-street Lumber Yard, oor. Washlnt
ton street and Grand avenue.
Garvauis I umber Yard.Qarvauss. j23tf
- .
J. A. Hbndsbson President
J. R. Smdkb Vlce-Pres. and Treas.
Wm.F. Marshall .. Seorctarr
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
LUMBER JOMPANY.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office and yard, 180 East First St., Loa Angeles
3;i9-tf
J. M. Griffith, President. -
H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Treos.
T. B. Nichols, Secy. E. L. Chandler, Snpt.
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
LUMBER DEALERS.
And Manufacturers of
Doors, Windows, Hllnds, Stairs,
Mill work of every description.
33V Ma Alameda St., Los Angeles.
ml-tf
KEKCKHOFF-CUENKB
Mill and Lumber Company,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
L TJ MB E R!
Yards at ban Pedro (Wharf;, Los Angelei
(Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Puenta, La
manda, Monrovia, Atnsa, Qlendora, Lords
burg, Hcrbank,
Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon
rovia. n25-t'
Western Lumber Co.
YABD:
Cor. Ninth and San Peuro Streets.
hIUBEU of all class can he had st this yard.
mC-tf
B, D. BOZBLL. A. BOtSJ.I..
ROZELL BROS.,
—DBALBEB IN—
Lumber and Huiklintt Material.
Yard corner Main and Jefferson Sts.,
Telephone No. 745. Los Angelos, Cai,
) 15tf
PERRY, MOTT & COS
Lumber Yards
AND PLANING MILLS,
No.7fi Street. ml-"
4NII WAUONN.
FOR FINE BUGGIES
—AND—
CARRIAGES
—OO TO—
EL GIESE,
Tax Fabm Implekbht Dsalep,;
44 to 48 N. Los Angelea St., Los Angeles.
Furniture aud Carpets.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
FURNITURE
OF ALL KINDS,
At Lowest Possible Rules.
314, 318 and 918 South Spring St.,
Bet. Third and Fourth Sts. m 6-tt
Storage and Commission.
NAUD'S WAREHOUSE,
R. Q. Wxysx, Proprietor,
KRAI N. WOOL
—AND—
tleneral Iflerchandlsn Warehouse.
BTOBAai, Commission and Insdbanok.
Agents for all kinds of Agricultural Imple
ments. Wholesale and retail dealers in lm
P,°" B '! and Domestic Wines, Brandies anJ
Whiskies. 634 to 666 Alameda street.
flltf
'lIMIII IMIIIV.
FOR MEN ONLY!
A POSITIVE Z ot LOST or FAILING MANHOOD;
r W«ll Hit General an.l NERVOUS DEBILITY'
rjYTT? T! Weakness of Bodyand Mind: Effects
V *J of Errors or Excesses in Old or Young.
Itohont. Knl,lr J! ANHUIII! Ml!, 11. .1 -.r.-.1. Uow (~ Ktilurre and
Htrrnvth-n HKAk.I MlKVklAliM.il <>Kl.tN> .V 1' I ills , ||(>|ll'.
Alnululel, ni,ralll,,il HUSK I'ltk.n Jlk.M'-Hri.rSU I. a. liar.
».n |„lir> from f. Stale. Trrrllarlra, anil r irvln ( aualrlaa.
Ymi ran wrlt« them. Iluuh. full ,-\j,la(iJtl„„, ami i.rc.r, „,.,!!,
»« Addreaa ERIE MEuICAL CO., BUFFALO. N. ».
Ja9 eodAwkly
8. A. WIDNEY,
—FACTORY AOENT FOK —
Babyßuggies.etc.
E. C. NIEDT & CO.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
Pure : Ground : Bone.
IF YOU WANT YOUR
Chickens to Lay
And be Healthy, feed them Crushed
Bone and Bono Meal.
OFFICE AND WAREROOMB—
•~X3 M". LOS ANGELKS ST.
P.O. Box 1783. fl7lm
iniNcei.i.ANKoiJs.
M°AFEE k BALDWIN,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
lO MONTGOMERY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO.
m union
ThmibT, Friaay anfl Satorflay,
March 21st, 22d and 23d, ISB9,
at 2::u p. m.
lly order of
j. it. HAOOiiv, esq.
We will sell poremptorilv, without limit or
reserve, on THURSDAY. VIiIDAV and SAT
URDAY, MAHCII list, VA, nnd 1889, at
I he hour named, in the City of
Band
KERN COUNTY, CAL.
in Subdivisions of 10,20 and 40
acres each, about
7,000 ACRES
of Fruit, Vegetable, and Alfalfa
Land, within ono fo seven miles
from Bakersfield, being portions
of the
"Hop Ranch,"
"Cotton Ranch,"
"Jewett Ranch,"
and other Ranches.
Also, Choice Residence and Busi
ness Sites in Bakersfield.
COLONY TRACTS.
This is the Initial oflbrlng, and Ihe rom
menromeut of the subdivision of tlie large
possessions of Mr. J. It. HAGGIN, in Kern
County. Tbe property embraced In it includes
some oYt he li nest land-ill the. ..untv, as all well
informed residents of HAKKItSI-ILLH will
testify. About SUM acres of the land offered
is in alfalfa, and can be rented or otherwise
utilized to yield a large Income, and a lush
percentage upon a valuation of from |U0 to
tf-' X) |mt acre. Other perilous of the ottering
are used for regetabto and larden pnrpoass.
while the balance is composed of land rlen una
fertile, awaiting only the industrious settler
to demonstrate its great adaptability to fruits
and the products of this wonderfully prolific
soil. A large portion of these lands li,- along
and adjacent to UNION AVENUE, which as
at present dedicated extends from Kern Diver
south through ItA KKltSl'l 1.1. H. a distance of
II) miles, and which is Ui% feet in width.
The other tracts are i,'ached hy excellent
county roads Icadiug direct te BAKERS
FIELD,
Town Lots.
With tho immense settlement that mat) in
the nature of things follow the subdivision
into small farms of such a large area of valu
able and productive land around BAKERS
FIELD; with the steady stream of Immigra
tion that will pour into this section of the
country, transforming the county into one
gigantic colony, with its countless number of
orchards and vineyards, drawing to it men of
enterprise and eapilal, IiAKKkSI'IKI.D, with
its incomparable water power, nnd other
natural advantages; with its railroad facilities
at band, and the almost positive certainty of
being the terminal point of snotbsr line, will
grow to, and become, beyond a doubt, a city of
great proportions, ami town lots will become
very valuable. Within the last year extensive
improvements have I ll projected and com
pleted at HAKi:i:SI'IKI.I>. The SOUTHERN
HOTEL, a large and handsome brick and iron
structure, costing jl'nymii, will be ojiened to
the public about the middle of March, ensur
ing all who attend this sale comfortable accom
modations. A street railway has been in suc
cessful operation for a year, the town h well
supplied with water, and a tine quality of
illuminating gas is furnished from the works
just completed, at prices ruling in other inte
rior cities. Other important enterprises of a
private nature are contemplated and some well
under way. The lots we offer are centrally
located, and within a few blocks of the new
s« lUTD.LRN HOTEL.
Villa Lots.
Tor spocnlative or practical purposes, the
villa lots included in tbis offering must com
mend themselves to all. Tbelrproximity to tho
railroad and the business enter of RAICI'.RS-
I'IELD, an.l the reniar'.uble f,-rt:lilv of tha.
soil make them cxtr. m !v valuable for sub-i
urban homes, while thi ir tutors worth cam
scarcely be overestimated.
WATER FGR Ii?;H3AT!ON.
The lands to be sold are am:.! v supplied with)
water for irrigation, from t!:b Ki:n Island
Canal, at rates now the lowest in the St ate, and
fixed and rcjulaUJ by tke Cvuu'.j BOQT4 of taper-
UNUSUALLY LIBERAL TERMS
Terms of Bali:: — o*l J one-fourth lash'
llalancc in 1, 'J, and 0 years with interest at
the rate ef seven per rent per annum.
TITLE PERFECT.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS*
To enable all to part icipate in this Import anil
event, we have made arrangements with tho
Kailroad Company by v hUh we are enabled
to oflVr special round-trip ratei from nil point*
1 > IUKFUKFIIXP, l.rtvv.vn SAN FRANCIS
CO. ba<:kami:n t< >, nan .i. >si:, .^xucktox
uud LOS AlVOfiZißßt as follows;
~vr- ■» .; . , ' \m -r« rr.i-;:.
TON, SAN JO6E nnd all intermediate i
points, to Bakcralkld and return, i
$9.50 Eoand-trip Tickets only $9.50
and corresponding rat -.s from all points be
tween LATIIUOi* aud BAKEBSraaSLD.
Krom LOS AKOSLES to
$5.50 Hoand-trip Tickets ouly $5.50
nnd corresponding rates from all points be
tween LO.l ftngf.fit and l»ak'Tstield.
TIMETABLE.
Tickets will be good on trains leaving San
Francisco March iiit'i and Jl-i, at « o'ebs k c.
m., and on March '21st. at a. m., and on,
trains from Sacramento, Stockton and San
Jose connecting therewith; and from Los An
geles on train leaving .May. h JOIh, at 10:31) p. m:
Retur.nino, ticki Is will be good on all reg
ular trains leaving Rakcrslield Marchiid, 2M,
21th aud Hth, 138l>.
GRAND BARBECUE:
Vehicles will l>e at hand to convey excursion
ists over the property to be sold, .starting at
I0:TOa. ii. of each day. 1
On Thursday, March 'Jlst, there will l>e a
Cirnnd ItarlM'cuc, at about 1 o'rlock r. M-, In
the drove at Bakerstield, to which alt will be
Hailroad Tickets will bt 1 on sale at the offices
of the Company, and at tin- oflice of McAFEE
A BAMJWIN, io Montgomery Street, San
Francisco, where sleeping-car accommoda
tions can also he arranged for.
Maps and diagrams" will be ready for
tribution in due time.
For further particulars, apply to
IFHfee & Baldwin,
Ural Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
10 Montgomery Street,
San I'ramisfo.
NF.WHALL'S RONS A CO., Auctioneers,
825. M 7 Rush Street, San Francisco.)
And to the
" Land Department of J. B. Hajrgin,"
L. C. McAfee, )
C. Urowek. '/Managers,
liakersfield, Kern Co., Cal.
m 2 18t
O. B. FULLER & CO.,
tSncoessors to McLsln A Lehman.)
Pioneer Truck and Transfer Co.
No. 3 Mark st St., Los Anobi.es, Cal.
Sale and Plono Moving. All kinds of TrnckWork
Telephone 137. ml U
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