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ON A BIG SCALE.
Smiiggling Conducted by a
New York Firm.
A WHOLE MINT OF MONEY IN IT.
The Expose Said to be the Work
of a Discharg-ed Employe of
Allard & Sons.
I Associated Press Dispatches to the Herald. 1
New York, April o.—Treasury agents
have discovered that extensive smug
gling operations have been carried on
t hrougb the firm of Allard A Sons, of
Ptris and New York, dealers in antique
furniture, printings, tapestries, etc. Fine
hangings, valuable oil paintings and the
like have been brought in, concealed in
the seats of old furniture, under the
backs of old mirrors, etc., escaping duty.
Many of these valuable articles were
subsequently sold at full value to inno
cent purchasers, including members of
the Vanderbilt snd Asior families.
It is believed the frauds will aggregate
a quarter of a million dollars, 'this fact
and the hitherto high standing of Allard
& Sons have made the matter highly
sensational, and it is the genaral topic of
ion vers it ion to-day.
The evidence is regarded as conclusive
by the treacury agents. It is not expect
ed that anything further will be done in
the matter until Secretary Windom is
heard from. The facts in the case are
embodied in a report sent to Washington
last night. No arrests have yet been
made.
At the warerooms of Allard & Son this
morning. W. H. Secor, counsel for the
Allards and Roulez's agents, said: "This
whole affair is an outrage on a most re
spe stable firm and the result will show
the Allards innocent of any attempt to
defraud the Government. It is the work
of a discharged employe, who has cun
ningly taken advantage of the fact that
all the members of the firm are absent
in Paris, preparing for the coming exhi
bition."
"They were aware it was coming,"
continued Secor, "and two weeks ago
•ailed Koulez to consult with me in re
gard to it. They were put on their guard
by a letter received from B. Lassier.the
discharged agent and instigator of the
present proceedings, and this letter will
form an important part of the defense.
My clients are prepared to furnish bonds
to any amount to secure tbe government
for the alleged duties of which it is said
to have been defrauded."
A.TIFKII A> VINES
.■Uglily Appreciated In France as
Washington, April s.—ln a report to
the State Depaitment, George W. Roose
velt, Consul at Bordeaux, gives statistics
relative to the wive harvest of France.
The vintage of 1888 amounted to 797,
--707,000 gallons, an increase of 151,874,000
over 1887, although 35,000 gallons less
than the average of the last ten years.
Much of the good result of tbe last vin
tage is due to American vines. The
vineyards of the Midi were the first to
suffer from the invasion of phylloxera,
and tbe viticulturists of that section were
the first to employ American vines to
combat its ravages. Their value is most
emphatically demonstrated in the last
harvest.
In many locilities entire vineyards
have been replanted in these vines, upon
which the French have been grafted.
The greater part of these vines were in
full bearing in 1868, and not only excited
the admiration of all, but the eager de
sire in the proprietors, who up to this
time rejected the American vines as a
means of saving their vineyards. The
demand for American vines is greater
than the supply. Nurseries are very
soon exhausted. At present the nursery
men are busy grafting slips, so that next
year the supply will equal the demand.
It is not too much to say that in the near
future the famous vineyards of the Midi
will again produce as generously as in
the most favored years.
SOON CEOYED.
Tne Sweets of a Bay-Old Honey-
■noon Ulven l*p by the Bride.
SrocKTON.CaI., April 5. —F. Maskop and
bride of yesterday, arrived here from
Brighton last night. While out walking
this morning she gave him the eiip, and
went to police headquarters. She said
she didn't like her husband, and wanted
protection. She was put under care of a
conductor and sent to Sacramento. Her
husband took the matter philosophically,
remarking that there were plenty of fish
left in the sea, and went on the same
train, but did not speak to her. She is a
good-looking young blonde, whose maiden
name was Mamie Payne. Her father has
s ranch near Sacramento.
Stanley and Emm.
Brussels, April s.—The report that
Henry M. Stanley and Emm Pasha are
marching toward Zanzibar is believed in
official circles. Surprise is expressed
that Emm Pasha should have abandoned
the Lake Provinces. The ivory in pos
session of the party is estimated to be
worth 3,000,000 francs.
London, April s.—The Royal Geo
graphical Society has received a letter
from Henry M. Stanley. The contents
consist chiefly of n report on the geo
graphical results of the explorer's march.
The letter wili be read at the meeting of
the society on Monday.
Bewildered Hvnkeri.
Grass Valley, Cal., April s.—Last
night immense flecks oi wild geese, con
fused by the electric light shining on the
misty clouds, circled over town" from 7
to 12 o'clock, when the electric lights
were put out. A number of the birds
alighted in the street and were captured.
The town reservoir, where the bays
built fires after 12 o'clock, was thick
with geese, and mauy were killed.
New Scheme for a Pass.
Nkw Yobk, April s.—The story from
Newark, 0., of the arrest of two foreign
ers, who confessed that they had been
hired to poison a woman named Levin,
in Forty-First street, has been investi
gated and found to be without a shadow
of truth. It is alleged thatjthe foreigners
probably want a free pass to New York.
Booth Taken Complete Rest.
New Yobk,April 5. —The Players' Clnb
wa i baseiged with callers this morning
Hundreds of inquiries were made regard
ing Edwin Booth's health. The actor is
resting quietly, acting on tbe advice of
his physicians, and receives no callers.
Burned to the uround.
Napa, April 6. — The residence of
Charles Robinson, Brown's Valley, was
bnrned last night. The house and furni
ture are a total loss. The supposed cause
is hot ashes. Loss fo.OOO; insured for
43,500.
Children Cry for Pitcher's_Castoriai
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1889
Poor People's Chances.
Some years ago a city missionary was
crossing one of the parks in New York
on ).he Sabbath day and said to a lad,
"What are you doing here, breaking the
Lord's day? You onght to be at church
and worshipping God instead of break
ing the Sabbath in this way." The poor
lad in his rags looked up at the city mis
sionary and s.iid: "Oh, sir, it's very easy
for you to talk that way, but God knows
that we poor chaps ain't got no chance."
The sentiment seems to be growing
that in the United States the time has
arrived when "the poor chapsdan't have
no chance."
There is some truth in it. The poor
are not shut out from making a liveli
hood, but the gulf between riches and
poverty continually grows more difficult
to cross. As the country becomes
densely populated keen business com
petition decreases the chances for accum
ulating wealth by ordinary busiuees
methods.
But the same conditions vastly improve
the chances for great success to those
who can strike out iv new paths, can
furnish sometaing to the world that
others cannot.
True merit, in commodity or ability,
will win easily and with grand results in
this country, if tbe masses can be induced
to recognize it. This recognition can
only be accomplished by what are some
times sneeringly alluded to as advertising
methods.
What a marvelous success has attended
the thorough introduction to the world
of the merits of that wonderful remedy
for kidney disease—Warner's Safe Cure.
Hon. H. H. Warner first came to know
of its curative power by being restored to
health from what the doctors pronounced
a fatal kidney trouble. He concluded
the world ought to know of it, and in the
ten years since he began its mantra 'tine
he has spent millions of dollars in adver
tising the Safe Cure.
His methods have been ingenious—
sometimes, perhaps, open to criticism,
but they had a purpose, which has been
accomplished.
But mark! he never would have
secured a four-fold return of the vast
sums thus expended if the real merit of
the remedy had not been fully proven to
the millions of people reached by his ad
vertisements.
Ten years of increasing success of
Warner's Safe Cure is due, first, to in
telligent and pleasing advertising, by
which the people were made acquainted
with the remedy. Second, to tne true
worth of the remedy, proved by actual
experience, showing it to be the only
specific for kidney disease, and all dis
eases growing out of kidney derange
ments.
Mr. Warner has something the people
want, tells them so, then proves it to
their satisfaction —success follows as a
matter of course.
Shiloh's Consumption Cure.
No. 1. This is beyond question the mos.
successful Cough Medloiue we have ever sold.
A few doses invariably cure the worst cases of
Cough, Crouo and Bronchits, while its wonder
fnl tuccess in the cure of Consumption is with
out a parallel In the history of medicine. Since
its first discovery it. has been sold ou a guar
antee, a test which no other medicine can stand.
If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to
tryit. Price 10 cents, 50 cents and *1 00. If
your Lungs are sore, Chest or Back iame, use
Bhiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by C. F. neinze
mtn.
Consumption Surely Cured.
To the Editor:—Please inform yonr readers
that 1 have a positive remedy for Consumption.
By its timely use thousands of hopeless cares
have been permanently cured I thall be glad
co send two bottles of my remedy free to any
of your readers who have cousumption if they
will send me their Express and P. O. Address'
Respectfally, T. A. BLOOUM, M. C, 181 Pearl
St., N. Y. _
The Vienna Bakery
Makes a specialty of ice-cream, wedding cakes
and serving suppers for balls, parties, etc. The
largest, neatest aod cheapest dining-rooms on
the coast. Open all night.
Four Cents Per Day
Secures a policy of $5,000 and $25 per week
Indemnity in the Capital Accident Company.
Hebbert C. Parks
State Manager, Lot Angeles.
Try the Monarch Paint,
The only absolutely pure lead, oil and zinc
paint in the city. For sale by J. M. Blackburn,
310 South Spring street.
Catalina Island.
New steamer. Four trips a week.
Notary Public and Commissioner
For New York and Arizona, G. A. Doblnson
134 West Second street. Hollenbeck Block.
The Cheapest and Best.
For the cheapest and best fitting suits go to
Gordan Bros.', 22 S. Spring 11
Sherwin-Williams Paint.
P. H. Matthews, sole agent, corner Second
and Los Angeles streets. Telephone 1025.
Spectators Free
At the Swimming Bath on Fort street. It is
now tbe talk of the town. Everybody goes.
Bathing at Catalina.
New flatboat. with diving platform, spring
boards and s.idlng shutes.
Just Arrived.
The "Sterling." wholesale and retail, corner
First and Main streets
The Best Hair Preparation
Is Laux's Quinine Hair Tonic. 208 N. Main.
Catalina Island Headquarters
No. 109 N. Main street.
Extraordinary Repairs
At Spring and First consequently Mullen, Blu
ett A; < are selling clotbing at reduced prices.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT 18
tbe Intention of tbe Council of tbe City of
los Angeles to change and establish tbe grade
of Downey avenue, from Prlchard street to
Mission road, as follows:
At the southeast corner of Pr chard street
and at a point In the north side of Downey
avenue, at rlgat angles thereto, the grade shall
be 399 00.
At tbe intersection of Downey avenue with
Glen Terrace avenue, and at points in the south
line of Downey avenue, at rtght angles thereto,
the grade shall be 474 00.
At the southwest and northwest corners of
Downey avenue and Mission road the grade
shall be 425 00.
At a point in the north line of Downey
avenue, at right augles to the southwest corner
of Downey avenne and Mission road, the grade
shall be 426.00
All above heights are in feet and above
sea-level da tarn.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
file any objections which they may hare, wi'h
the Clerk ol the Council within ten days of the
date of the first publication of this notice.
By order of the Council of the City of Los An
geles at its meeting of March 18, A. D 1889.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council o' the City of Los Angeles.
m25-10t
noi'lUjeTof award>oi'contracts
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO THE
order of the Council oi the city of Los Al
geles, adopted April 1, 1889, directing this
notice, notice is hereby given that the said
Council, in open session, on the 25th day of
March, 1889, opened, examined and publicly
declared all sealed proposals offered for tbe
following work, to wit:
Ist. Alabama street, in the City oi Los Ange
les, from the north line of Lake Si,ore avenueto
the south line of State street, to be graded,
graveled and curbed, in accordance witb plans
and specifications on file In the office of the
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angeles,
for making gravel streets In the said city;
2d. A redwood curb to be constructed along
the line of roadway of said Alabama street,
from the north line of Lake Shore avenue
to tbe south line of State street, in accordance
with plans and specifications on file In the office
of the Clerk of the Counctl of said city for con
structing redwood carbs; and thereafter
awarded the contract for said work to Boyes
.t Crowley, the lowest responsible bidder, at
*3 20 per lineal foot, as specified in proposal
on file In the office of the Clerk of the Council.
Los Angeles, Cal.. April 5.1889.
s5 5t FREEMAN Q. TEED, City Clerk,
Tie Towdln Mastofloii of Tented SUgws
SELLS BROS.'
3-Blng- Circus, Rovol Roman nip
pod rome, tolerated atngc and
s.Continent .llenaajcrlc.
Now in permanent consolidation with
S. H. BMTT'S
Universal Menagerie,2-Blnsr Circus,
Racing- Carnival and tircat
World's Fair
—WILL EXHIBIT IN—
LOS ANGELES,
THURSDAY, APRIL 11
Two Performances on Lot Near
santa Fe Depot.
An extraordinary unification ol the two leading
Shows of Arueric*. Perfecting by their felici
tous consolidation the most voluminous and
Vast Amusement Organization
That mind can conceive or capital produce. In
each aud every department the consummation
of a perfect Show, wonderful in extent aud
variety, multitudinous in choice and accept
able attractions, and presenting each act and
feature with style, method and elgauce, appre
ciated by patrons and commended by every
oody.
URGEST TENTS E7£R CONSTRUCTED
Whose mighty mazes of canvas canopy more
space and encloses more novel snd prominent
features than the tents of a dozen contemporary
exhibitons. A matchless
HIPPODROHATICAL,
ZOOLOtjJCAL,
EQUESTRIAN,
—AND—
SPECTACULAR EXHIBITION !
To witnesß which thousands come daily many
leagues.
ft*
A PARADE
WITHOUT A PARALLEL !
lal gleaming glamour aud impressive sp2ctacn
nr grandeur, presenting sumptuous scenes,
thrilling surprises and gorgeous effects never
before witnessed ou the public streets, Tne
Children's Dream of Fairyland'
A delightful episode of the magnificent Free
Street Parade.
ELECTRIFYING
Hippodromatic Sports!
Realistic Gladiatorial Contests, exciting Chariot
and Running Races and thrilling Trials of
Speed. The poetical, historical, dashing and
ever memorable
SHERIDAN'S RIDE
Vividly, artistically and realistically repro
duced on our mammoth Hippodrome Track.
The most comprehensive and
exhaustive
Zoological Collectioo
Ever shown under canvas. The lsrgest and
best trained herd of Elephants, two Immense
Hippopotami, fifty golden, statue-crowned and
sumptuously adorned cages filled with the
stnngest objects known to Natural History,
monstrous Pythons, Anacondas and Boa-con
strictors, huge African and Amazonian Saurlans
and Reptiles, multihued Birds from the Trop
ics and rare and curious Beasts from every land
and clime A
New and Salient Revolution
IN TENTED ENTERTAINMENTS.
Also exhibit at Pasadena, April 4th;
Santa Ana, sth; San Diego, 6th; River
side, 8h; San Bernardino, 9th ; Pomona,
10th ; Ventura, 12th; banta Barbara, 13th.
DR. STEIt*I?AKT»S
Essence of Life
Sold for 30 years In Enrope and on the Pacini
Coast.
ESSENCE OF LIRE cures permanently the
worst cases of nervous debility, physical weak
ne s, exhausted vitality, youthful abuses, ex
cesses, and the like Diseases of men however
Induced and no matter how iuvetirate, speed
ily, thoroughly .md permanently cured by the
ESSENCE OF LIFE.
PRICES—*2.SO, In liquid or pill form, or five
times the quantity, $10.
Call or address—
DR. STEIN HART,
REMOVED TO
1 tV, West First Street, Kooiu 2,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Orrics Hocas-9 A. m. to 4 r. a. Sunday—lo
to 1 o'clock.
SYPHILIS,
Gonorrhoea aud skin diseases treated and cured
by a graduated specialist. Office hours from
10 to 3, 115H West First street, room 2. Ad
vice and treatment by mail. Address, SPE
CIALIST.
TO THE UNFORTUNATE,
its form^
ncsa, Impoteucy and Lost Manhood permanent
ly cared. The sick and afflicted should not fail
to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex
tensively in Europe' and inspected thoroughly
the various hospitals there, obtaining a great
deal of valuable information, which he is com
potent to impart to those in need of his services.
The Doctor cures where others fail, Try him.
DR. GIBBON will make no charge unless he
effects a cure. Persons at s distance CURED AT
HOME. All communications strictly confiden
tial. All letters answered in plain envelopes,
Send ten dollars for a package of medicine.
Call or write. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box
1957, San Francisco, Cal.
Mention I.o* Angeles Herald dlO tf
38 North Main Street,
LOS ANGELES.
IiONORRHRI, GT.EET and all nnnatural
discharges promptly and privately cured.
SYPHILIS ocrmaneutlv eradicated with
out mercury, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, loss of
sexual power, Varicocele, skin aud bladder
diseases are cured for life, f- o experimenting.
Both sexes consult in confidence.
Those residing «t a distance may be cured at
home. Call or address Dk. White's Medical
Dispensary, 38 N. Main street, Los Angeles.
Cal. miotim
DRUNKENNESS
Or the Liquor Habit Positively
Cured by Administering- Ur.
Haines' Onldeu Specific.
It can be given in a enp of coffee or tea
withont the knowledge of the person taking
it; is absolutely harmless and will effect s
permanent and speedy cure, whether the
patient is a moderate drinker or an alco
nolle wreck. Thousands of drunkards have
been made temperate men who have takon
Golden Specific in their coffee without their
knowledge,,and to-day believe they quit drink
ing of their-bwn free will. IT NEVER FAILS.
The system once Impregnated with the Speciflo
It becomes an utter impossibility for the liquo
appetite to extst. For sale by It. W. Ellis s Co.
Drugirists, 27 S. Spring St., Los Angeles.
mv»-eod-d&wklv lv
T?rC"TTTT A tieated without
P 1 J*i I I ,A\ the use of the
w *• knife or deten
tlon from business, also all other diseases of
the rectum. Cure guaranteed
V. EDUAH SMITH, VI. I)., graduate
Cleveland Homoeopathic Hospital College
1874. Assistant in '76 and '77 ta N. Schneider,
Dean and Professor of Surgery in Cleveland
College; also Surgeon of L. 8. & M. S. R. R.
Removed to corner Main and Seventh streets,
Robait's block, Los Angeles, Cal. References
given. Consultation free. Send for pamphlet.
Office houis, 9a. m to 4p. TQTT Tr^CT"
m. Bundays aud holidays I I .f_
excepted. mlstf a.j—ij_-iw
_$SS&KHI)_ H B 'gO has given untver
in^Nß! sal satisfaction in the
jjSßri to 6 nr.- uf Gonorrhres and
Bj aaueStrlotun. ■ elect. I proscribe it and
I*l feelsafeinrecommsnd
_\\\\mm Imam Co. ___ _ 'Ct. U « « «
A - J " fj^ltaf"^
bj Druggists.
jals 12m
A Speedy Cure Warranted.
DR. BELL'S GERMAN EXTRACT CURES
all private syphilitic, urinary, skin and
blood diseases, female complaints, and all
such diseases as are brought about by indiscre
tion and excesses, $1. Dr. Bell's French Wash
cures all private diseases, blood poison, old
sores aud ulcers, G. and G., in two or three days,
91. No preparation ou cirth equal to it. For
sale only at the Berlin Drug- storr, 405U
South spring St., I,os Angeles, Cal.al-lm«
COCKLE'S
ANTI-BILIOUS
PILLS.
The Great English Remedy.
FOE LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION. ETO
Free from mercury; contains only pure
Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANG LEV A
MICHAELS. San Francisco. 44vki T lv
o. P. HEINZ J_M AN,
Druggist and Chemist,
No. 198 N. main St., Loa Angeles, Cal.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
night. m 21tf
ioiuii«*io,\ ,t\D Moitw.i:.
KENNEDY WWr
—Wholesale and Retail—
Commission Merchants,
BUTTER, E3G9, HAMS, ETC.,
Fresh Ranch Eggs Received Daily.
Poultry Dressed to Order.
Goods Delivered to any part of city.
116 WEST SIXTH ST
TELEPHONE 1044. m2O lm
NAUD'S
R. G. Wxybi, Proprietor.
GKAIW, WOOL
—AND—
Oeneral ivierchapdls* warehouse.
Advances made on wool.
BTOBA9S, OOMMUBtOSI AMD iNSUBAHOI,
Agents for all kinds of Agriooltaral Imple
ments. Wholesale and retail dealers In Im
ported aud Domestic Wines, Brandies and
Whiskies. 084 to 666 Alameda street
ml3-tf
JSTewhall Bros^T
COAL, WOOD, HAY, GRAIN, ETC.
In large or small quantities.
118 W. Fifth St. Telephone 468.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL ON U8
m2l lm
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terprise this journal has at all times had a word of cheerful encourage
ment. In spite of the skeptical, it has survived to see all of its earlier
predictions funfilled to the letter.
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than over-zealous in its publication of news; to be conservative rather
than over-sensational, in its policy; to be clean and decent, respecting
the sacred precincts of the home and fireside, rather than indecently
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THE HERALD gets all the news from all quarters of the globe
with promptness accuracy and dispatch. Its local staff is energetic
and well-trained to miss nothing of real importance to ite readers. It is
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