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FROM WASHINGTON.
Governor Beaver's Testimony
Against Armes.
A FEW MORE APPOINTMENTS
A French Prohibitive Tariff' On Cot
tonseed Lard—Grand Trunk
Koad Censured.
I Associated Press Dispatches to the Hebald.
Washington, April 18. —The President
to-day appointed Edward S. Licey, of
Michigan, Comptroller of Currency; and
Timothy Guy Phelpß, Collector of Cus
toms at San Francisco.
THE ACADKMY OF SCIENCES.
At the session of the National Academy
of Sciences to-day reports were heard,
miscellaneous business transacted and a
number of papers read.
THE AKM EN COURT-MARTIAL.
In the Armes court-martial to-day,
Beaver testified that personally he had
nothing to do with Armes' removal from
the parade on Inauguration Day. Some
one had suggested that General Ames
be appointed on the staff, and, not re
membering at the time, in the hurry, that
General Ames was dead, he (Beaver)
had said to appoint him. When the mis
take was discovered he had told Armes
how it occurred and dropped the
name fiom the list. In a letter
from Armes to the witness dated April
2d, Armes requested the Governor to
stop the court martial proceedings, as
they would result in his dismissal, and
he preferred death to losing his com
mission. He added that tbe Governor
stood in danger of becoming his mur
derer. In another letter dated the day
before yesterday, he apologized for the
Riggß House episode. When the
witness told of this epieode, he
said that he had laughingly replied
to Armes that ho could not apologize
for his removal and that be had then felt
Armes' hand brush his face in a rude
way. He had in a moment struck with
his crutch at Armes. Armes' action was
something in tbe nature of both assault
and insult. Witness took it to be an at
tempt to eet hold of his nose and was
pretty indignant.
tariff on cottonseed lard.
The United States Consul at Havre in
forms the State Department that from
and after May Ist, next, a duty of sixty
cents per 100 pounds net will be levied
on all importations info France of lard
mixed with Cottonseed oil, irrespective
of the oerceutage of such mixture, and
that all lard imported from the United
States will be subject to government ex
amination,
THE PUBLIC PRINTERHHII*.
Parties watching tbo Public Printer
fight are of the opinion that it will be
settled in a day or two. Indications still
point to Osborne, of California, for the
position.
DINED WITH THE PRESIDENT.
Whitelaw Reid and D. O. Mills, of New
York, were entertained at dinner this
evening by the President and Mrs. Har
rison.
TUB GRAND TRUNK IN FAULT.
The Interstate Commerce Commission
to-day promulgated a decision in the
matter of the investigation into the acts
and dcings of the Grand Trunk Railway
of Canada. The decision was prepared
by Commissioner Schoonmaker. It de
clares that common carriers engaged in
the transportation of passengers or prop
erty for continuous carriage or ship
ment from a place in the United
States to a place in an adja
cent foreign country are subject
to the provisions of the Interstate Com
merce Act in respect to the printing of
the schedule of rates and the strict ob
servance of the same. In the investiga
tion it was shown that the Grand Trunk
Railway Company has allowed a rebate
on coal shipments in favor of certain
consignees in Canada, from points in the
United States, and the decision declares
that the reduced charges accepted, or the
rebate so allowed, is in violation of tbe
Interstate Commerce Act.
A BUSI'KI cvivi: FIRE.
Plug-Red Roir Bare (be Flames
full Sway.
Portland, Ogn., April 18. —A very
disastrous fire occurred this morning at
Cheney, W. T., destroying nearly all the
business poition of the town. It started
in the store of J. D. Matthews. The
hose were brought out, but when the
pumps were set to work it was discov
ered that the hose had been plugged
with wood. The hose burst, and the
fire attained such headway that the
block was entirely destroyed. The
principal losses were as follows:
The grocery store of J. D. Matthews
and stock valued at $9,500; insurance
$5,000. The building was owned by J.
S. Mount; loss $1,600. The Are then
spread to the hardware store of J. J.
White; loss $2,000. T. W. Wilkie,
butcher, $1,500; Hendrick's drug store,
$2,000 loss on stock and $4,000 on build
ing ; neither insured. Billy Shields'
saloon, $1,000; building, owned by Rear
dan, $1,500; Reardon Hall and
building, loss $1,500; the Hirst
Hotel, owned by Mi*. Hire,
$2,800, insured. From Mathews' grocery
store the fire crossed the street to Perci
val & Andrews's bank, loss $3,000. All
records and money saved. A brick wall
here stopped the fire in its progress west
and it then crossed to Frst street. W.
D. Switzer, drugs, loss $5,000 on the
stock, building $1,300; Russ House,
owned by J. D. Mathews, loss $2,800 and
furnituresl,soo, partly insured; Brown's
livery stable, loss $2,800 and contents
$1,000. Sinzer, grocer, loss $1,500. Paul
Brown, brick building, loss $5,000; in
surance $1,000. Rich Brcs.' saloon, loss
$1,000; insurance $250. A number of
small buildings were burned. It is re
ported that the Chinese had a Chinese
leper in a cellar of their wash house who I
was burned to death. The people
will begin to build brick blocks
as soon as the brick arrives.
No clue can be obtained as to who was
the incendiary. The total loss, aa far as
figures are obtainable, is $100,000. The
insurance will exceed $13,250.
GRAND PARLOR, N. 8. U. w.
Business Transacted at the Fourth
Day's Session of 'I'llat Body.
San Rafael, April 18.—The Grand
Parlor, N. 8. G. W., met this morning
lor its fourth day's session. Resolutions
providing that the delegates to the Grand
Parlor shall be elected by their respective
parlors at their first meeting in March
each year, for the local celebrations of
Admission Day, were adopted. It was
decided, by a two-thirds vote, that the
annual meetings of the Grand Parlor
shall hereafter "convene on the fourth
Monday of April, instead of the tbird, as
heretofore. The report of the Committee
on Appeals and Grievances was received
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 19, 1889,
and acted upon. A proposition that ap
plicants for membership in subordinate
p triors shall bind themselves not to seek
redress in the libel courts for any action
of the parlor, and that in all elections in
subordinate parlors tbe roll shall be
called, were carried. A resolution defin
ing the privileges of a member holding
a withdrawal card prevailed.
At the afternoon session the thanks of
the Grand Parlor were extended to
Mount, Tamalpios Parlor and its com
mitte for their generous entertainment of
the delegates. The election of officers
was taken up and resulted as follows:
Frank D. Ryan of Sacramento, Presi
dent ; Wm. H. Miller of San Francisco,
Grand Vice-President; Henry Longstedt
of San Francisco, Grand Secretary;
Henry S. Maitin cf San Francisco, Grand
Treasurer: A. L. Brunnerof Sacramento,
Grand Lecturer ;F. P. Tuttleof Auburn,
Grand Orator; Conrad Gottwalls, Inside
Kentinel. Resolutions sending greeting
to the Native Daughters on the success
o, their organization were adopted; also
one providing for the election of a His
torian by subordinate parlors. The Gen
eral Winn Monument Committee was
discharged with the thanks of the Grand
Parlor.
SAN FRANCISCO'S POSTOFFICE.
Its Building ueta a Bad Set-Back
Througb a Blunder.
San Francisco, April 18.—Colonel
Irißh, of the Postoffice Site Commission,
in relation to the dispatch received from
Washington to the effect that $800,000
had not been appropriated for the San
Francisco postoffic?, as has been
supposed, said to-day that the statement
was correct. Provision had bsen made
for the appropriation, but that was all
and he believed the matter had been set
back for a long time to come. The
trouble is said to be due to the faulty
wording of the bill providing for the in
crease of the original appropriation to
$800,000, by which this sum was fixed
as the limit wii bout, however, its being
actually appropriated.
THE INTE It NATIONAL COMPANY.
Reported Session of Its Possessions
to a. 'Frisco Syndicate.
San Dikcio, April 18.—It js now said
that E. S. Babcock, Jr., of Coronado
Beach and San Francisco parties have
secured from the International Company
a cession of all their possessions and will
recapitalize the company and carry out
its contracts with the Mexican Govern
ment to build railways in Lower Califor
nia. It is reported that the Inter
national Company are constructing 1,300
miles of telegraph, connecting Eneenada
with the City of Mexico. They also
bought 21G miles of wire forateleppLone
from Ensenada to San Quentin, Lower
California, with spurs running to the
Santa Clara and Almos mining district.
Fresno's Vineyards.
San Francisco, April 18.—Statistics
received and computed by Secretary
Wetmore, of the Viticnltural Association,
from Fresno county, show that there are
17,500 acres of grapevines in the county,
700 acres of which have been planted
this pear. Secretary Wetmore says that
when all the vines are bearing a full crop
tbo yield will be at least 1,700,000 boxes.
The total crop in the State last year was
1,100 000 boxes. Three million boxes
were used in the United States last year.
Within five years the Secretary estimates
that Fresno county will contribute over
one-half the supply for the entire country.
They Fled From San Diego.
San Francisco, April 18.—Captain
Bonifield, of the steamer Farallone,
which arrived from San Diego to-day,
delivered up three boy stowaways to the
harbor police. They gave their names
as Amzi and Monroe Hall and Daniel
Whepley. The Hall boys said they were
tired working for their father, and pro
posed to go and see their mother, who
lived in this city. Whepley was a friend,
and they agreed to bring him along.
The boys were driven from their hiding
places "by Bea-slckness, and willing sur
rendered to the captain.
Knights Templar Election.
San Francisco, April 18.—The Grand
Comraandery Kniuhts Templar, of Cali
fornia, this afternoon elected the follow
ing officers: C. Courtland Mason, Chico,
Grand Commander; 8. H. Wagener,
San Jose, Deputy Grand Commander:
George A. Johnson, Santa Rosa, Grand
Generalissimo; J. H. Neff, Colfax, Cap
tain-General; H. L. Hosmer, Grand
Prelate; W. Vanderhurst, Salinas, Grand
Senior VVarden; W. F. Sumner, Grand
Junior Warden; J. F. Merrill, Grand
Treasurer; T. H. Caswell, Grand Re
coider.
Odd Fellows.' Celebration.
Santa Rosa, April 18.—Arrangements
are now complete for the celebration of
the seventieth anniversary of American
Odd Fellowship, which will be held in
this city Friday, April 26tb. A.
G. Burnett, of Santa Rosa, has
been selected as President of the
day. One of the features of the
exercises of the evening will be the con
ferring of the decoration of chivalry cere
monies by Brigadier-General E. K. Rus
sell, commanding the Department of the
Pacific, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F.
Tbe State medicos.
San Francisco, April 13 —Los Angeles
was selected to-day over San Diego as
the next place for holding the conven
tion. Walter Lindley, of Los Angeles,
was selected President for the ensuing
year, and Dr. W. F. McNutt, of San
Francisco; Dr. Charlotte B. Brown, of
San Francisco; Dr. W. A. Briggs, of San
Francisco, and Miss E. R. C. Sargent,
M. D., of San Francisco, Vice-Presidents.
Oot off for a Retraction.
Tucson, April 18.—In the case of the
Territory vs. Special Agent of tbe Land
Office W. R. Slater, who polished a libel
against General Clark Churchill, defend
ant came into court, sighed and filed a
written retraction of the language used
and an apology. On motion of the Dis
trict Attorney'and General Churchill, the
case was dismissed.
miners, Take Note!
San Francisco, April 18.—The Su
preme Court holds, in the case of White
vs. Lee, that the location of a minina
claim is incomplete and, therefore, void
when the location is not distinctly
marked on the ground so that its bound
aries can be readily traced, notwithstand
ing the posting and recording of notice of
iocation.
The Charleston's Engines Tested.
San Fuancisco, April 18.—The Char
leston's engines have been put to their
final test prior to the trial trip. They
were run for a period of 48 hours and all
the parts worked perfectly. The trial
trip will take place some time next week,
but the exact day has not yet been de
cided upon.
The Valley ol Wonders.
Yosemite, Cal., April 18.—For the
first time this season this place is con
nected by wire with the outside world.
The weather is perfect and the roads and
trails excellent.
Baseball East.
Cincinnati, 0., April 18.—Cincinnal
4, St. Louis 12.
BISMARCK ON SAMOA.
Consul Knappe's "Fresh"
Conduct Condemned
THE IRON CHANCELLOR HOT.
A Candid Admission that Germany
Has Nothing- to do With the
Samoan Affairs.
I Associated Press Dispatches to the Herald. I
Berlin, April 18.—The Samoan "white
book" has just been issued, obviously
in view of the approach of the Samoan
Conference. In a dispatch to Herr
Stubel, the new German Consul to Sa
moa, dated April 10th, Prince Bismarck
censures Consul Knappe's conduct
throughout the troubles in Samoa. He
dwells upon the deplorable fact that with
an inadequate force and without author
ity, urgency or the likelihood of success,
Consul Knappe took measures, on De
cember 17th, which, resulted in the
death of a large number of persons and
an undesirable change in the position of
the planters, betides jeopardizing peace
with America, while quifescence would
have preserved a tolerable state of
affairs. The sanction of the other
treaty powers being lacking, he says.
Consul Knappe's demand for the control
of the foreign relations of Samoa was of
no force and compelled him (Bismarck)
to notify Great Britain and America of
its withdrawal. The Chancellor con
cludes by declaring that Germany has
nothing to do with the internal affairs
of Samoa; that her mission is restricted
to protecting the Germans and enabling
them to develop commercial interests. .
Prince Bismarck has issued an order in
which he defines the responsibility of the
commanders of war ships with respect to
the requests of consuls abroad. The
Chancellor directs the commanders to
examine for themselves the legal and
political grounds for such a reqaeet, un
less the consul produces special author
ity from tbe German Foreign Office,
as a reason for his action. Prince Bis
marck refers to the recent events in
Samon,where ho says an unauthorized re
quest resulted in great loss of life and in
jury to German interests, and the dan
ger was thereby incurred of Germany
becoming embroiled with a friendly na
tion, with no conclusive reasons existing
for the intervention of armed forces.
a imki'i ii mAiroß.
He Force* In a. Hcpitblcan Council
Illegally and Tries the Safe.
El Paso, Tex., April 18.—The con
tested city election took a new turn to
day. For several days past the old
Mayor, a Republican, and the old Coun
cil, composed of five Democrats and
three Republicans, have been sitting as
a canvassing board and hearing
arguments from the lawyers of the Dem
ocratic and Republican contestants.
This afternoon, an adjourned meeting of
the old Board was held in the City Hall.
The Mayor presided and put a motion
made by a Democratic member. Another
motion was made by Democratic mem
ber when the Mayor sprang to his feet,
declined to recogniza him, pulled
the election returns from his pocket and
announced that he proposed to have the
vote counted. A Democratic Council
man moved to adjourn. The Mayor
rnled him out of order. Seeing the
Mayor determined not to put the ques
tion or recognize the Democratic Alder
man, the live Democratic members left
the hall, thus leaving the Council
without a quorum. In the face of
no quorum, the Mayor instructed
the City Clerk to take down the returns
as he read them. There being no quo
rum, the Clerk declined to act. The
Mayor then designated a clerk, and had
the vote counted without a quorum, and
declared the Republican municipal
ticket elected. The Republican
contestants were sworn in and
the usurping Mayor began to
swear-in special police, after appoint
ing the old City Marshal and the police
force to act. Ho then tried to get into
the city safe. While working at the com
bination the Marshal sent a policemen
to guard the safe. The policeman pushed
the usurping Mayor back and tool; charge
of the safe. At this moment the police
man was covered with a double-barrel
shotgun in the handsof one of the usurp
ing party. Five cases of Winchester
rifles were procured from a German
house doing business in Mexico with a
branch in El Paso, and were put in the
hands of the special police, sworn in by
the usurping Mayor and of other Republi
cans who had assembled. The City Hall
was then in charge of an armed posse of
Republicans. The two regular city po
liceman made no demonstration, but
had their lawyers swear out an
injunction, which was granted by
the District Judge, preventing the
usurping Mayor frona acting, and put
ting the City Hall in the hands of the
court. The Sheriff served the injunction
and took possession of the hall. The
armed posse at the City Hall dispersed
quietly after the Sheriff's visit, and at 10
o'clock the old City Council again met
with a quorum and adjourned until to
morrow to continue the canvass. The
old Mayor having refused to recognize
the old Council, Councilman Johnson
presided and appointed a large force of
special police to act with the City Mar
shal. The man whom the usurping
Mayor appointed Captain of the special
police is not a resident of Texas.
Great indignation is expressed at tbe
armed mob in the City Hall, and the
attempt of the old Mayor to act without
a quorum of the Council.
A NEW FIBHF.KIISB QUESTION.
American Venoli to be Seized by
tbe Enaeuada Authorities.
San Diego, April 18.—There has been
considerable trouble for some time be
tween the International Company of
Mexico, and American fishing vessels,
the company claiming the sole control of
the fisheries of Lower California in
the Pacific Ocean and Gulf waters,
Tbe Mexican Consul at San Diego made
public a letter to-day which he had re
ceived from the General Manager of the
International Company, calling attention
to the fishing concessions of tbe Mexi
can Government to the company, and
the Consul has issued a proclamation
warning the captains of American
and all other vessels that he has
ordered the authorities at Ensenada to
commence aa active crusade against and
confiscate all vessels found fishing in the
prescribed limits, together with the im
prisonment cf the offending captain.
A Crocker Residence Sold.
San Francisco, April 18.—The private
residence of Mrs. E. B. Crocker, on Van
Ness avenne, was sold this afternoon to
W. S. Hobart, of this city, for *200,000
(Jordan Bros., 22 S. Spring St.
Artistic tailoring. The finest assortmant of
| sultinga In the city.
The Horticulturalists.
San Dieoo, April 18.—The delegates to
the Horticultural Convention took a
sixty-mile excursion to-day, visiting the
back country, San Diego valley, the (treat
Sweetwater dam, the Mexican boundary,
the monument and other points of interest.
The evening session was largely attended.
The address of John Wheeler, Viticul
tural Commissioner, treated of the new
vine disease whbh has just mado its ap
pearance in tho San Gabriel valley. Pa
pers on deciduous fruits, and nuts, and
drying and canning fruits, were read and
discussed. The session closes to-morrow.
Heault of Pratt's <Jlean>llp.
Anoka, Minn., April 18.—It has been
decided that the First National Bank of
this city, which was recently closed, be
ing cleaned out by cashier Pratt, shall go
into the hands of a receiver. Mrs. Nell,
tbe lady who was on the absconded cash
ier's paper to the extent of about $40,000,
refuse* to pay the notes, and a long law
suit is in progress.
Tbe Freauo Races.
Fresno, April 18 —The first race to
day, three-quarter-mile heats, was won
Tom Daly in two straight heats; best time
1:15. The pacing race was won by Little
Dock in the two straight heats, best
time, 2:25. The five-eighths of a mile
dash between Butcher Boy and Fddie F.
was won by the former; time, 1:04.
Still No Tidings of tbe Passengers.
London, April 18.—Incoming steamers
report having experienced moderate
weather and having hailed other steam
ers almost daily, none of which men
tioned tne Dannemark.
Select Tourist Excursion.
A special party for Eastern cities will
leave under the auspices of the Y. M. C.
A., next Monday, 10:20. p. m. Parties
going East and desiring a pleasant and
comfortable trip with a select party
should apply at once for berths.
J. A. Granger,
Agent Wabash Route, 17 N. Spring st.
AUCTION SAIiJiiM.
General Auctioneers.
BEESON & KHOADES,
AUCTION.
Storages™ Commission.
Peremptory Sales ot New and Second-Ham.
Furniture
TUESDAY, APRIL 16,
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, and
SATURDAY, APRIL 20,
At 10 a. at. and 2 r. v.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments.
Outside sales made on application.
BEN O. HHOAIIEV, Auctioneer.
:»6-ti
AI7CTION SALE
—OF—
Stock of Harness, Saddles. Har
ness Leather and Similar
Merchandise
AT SANTA -A-TST-A, CAL.
INVENTORYING AT COST PRICES, (4,171-94.
Notice is hereav given that the undersigned,
assignee in insolvency ol the estates of Joseph
S. Roberts and W. O. Clayton, both as partners
and as individnals, will sell at PUBLIC
AUCTION to the highest bidder for cash, on
THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1889, TWELVE
O'CLOCK NOON, at SANTA ANA, at theplace
ol business lately conducted by W. O. Clayton,
on the north aide ol Fourth strre t, between
Main aud Sycamore streets, a stock of well
assorted Harness. Saddles, Harness Li-sther
and Hardware, Trimmings, RobeK, Whins,
Sheets, Covers and Merchandise ol similar
character. _ , ,
Said property will be offered in one lot. An
inventory may be examined at the office of the
undersigned, Nos. 123 and 125 Noith Los An
gelps street, Los Augeles, Cal., with further
particalars and permission to Inspect the prop
erty. 8. B. LEWIS.
Assirnee in Insolvency of the estates of J. S.
Roberts and W. O. Clayton.
Gravbs, O'Mei.veny & Shankland, Attorneys
for Assignee. _ - _
Los Angeles. Cal., April 18. 1889. a! 9 7t
f»ISCEL.I-ANIiOCS.
Our Next Popular
EXCURSION
Leaves the Firat-strcet Depot
at 10 a. m.
On Saturday, April 20,1889,
On Bpecial Train from
LOS ANGELES
TO
HOTEL del CORONADO.
ROUND-TRIP
#3.50.
Good lor three days, or extended at the
rate of *1 per day.
GKRAJSTD BALL
ON SATURDAY EVENING,
And various other pleasures during the
stay of the excuralon'sta.
Tickets for sale at Santa Fe Office.
North Spring st. or at Flrst at. Depot.
For further Information call at the
Coronado Agency, corner of Spring and
Franklin streets.
aie-tf
IALIrMNIA LANDS
NEAR
LOS ANGELES!
THE 81ml Land & Water Co., of Lob Angeles
Cal., have for Sale a largo body of flue fruit.
larmiDg and grating lands, well watered, and
located in one of the most attractive and hea it h
fm portions of Southern California. They offer
lands from *5 to tWO per acre ou verj
easy terma to actual settlers, and will mak*.
special Inducements to Colonlsu. Itor Mapa,
Price Lists, and full information, address
B. W. POINDEXTER, Secretary,
IB.Woat! Flret St. Os Angeles, Cal.
mgg
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD.
BEE IT BEFORE BUYING A MACHINE.
Tho only place in thli city whore new
"DOMESTIC"
Machines can be had, is at
I 207 SOUTH SPRP'G STREET.
n>2l lm K. A. DAVIS, JR., Agent.
«.<»!.tn:x; I 't i l fiI.fITBINW COITiPAI"!'.
ANNOUNCEMENT NO. 2
FOB
Tie Mod Eagle Clothing Co.
We opened up on Saturday last, and our tirst announcement, which had the
genuine business ring, drew hundreds of customers to our counters. They brought
".heir coupons along and had them cashed.
WE WISH TO SAY
To the public right here, that it will be to your interest to read our advertisements
when in quest of bargains, for we propose to do a humming business, and we are
sure
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES,
STRAIGHT, RELIABLE DEALING,
AND A BIG ASSORTMENT
Will place us before the public as the right house to trade with.
WE OFFER THIS WEEK AS SPECIAL
25 DOZ. MEN'S STRAW HATS at 25c, worth 75c.
75 MEN'S ALL- WOOL SACK SUITS at $7 50, worth $10.60
100 PAIR MEN'S PANTS at $3.50, worth $5.00
100 ALL-WOOL MEN'S SACK SUITS at $10.00, worth $15.00
300 PAIR MEN'S BLUE, 9-OZ. OVERALLS at 35c, worth 75c.
100 BOYS' TWO-PIECE SUITS at $2.00, worth $3.50
100 BOYS' KNEE PANTS, ALL WOOL at 75c.
GIVE US A CALL.
Golden Eagle Clothing Company,
CORNER MAIN AND REQUENA STREETS,
Under New United states Hotel.
iraiS<JBI.LAI«EOI)H.
LOS ANGELES WAREHOUSE,
205 to 209 S. Los Angeles Street, cor. Third.
Special attention paid to storing Household Goods, Trunks, etc. This
Warehouse being very centrally located, making it the most convenient
place for all kinds of
Storage
Will also conduct a branch of our Milling Business at the above address,
where we will keep in stock all kinds of
Grain and Mill Feed.
Having made some very extensive improvements, we are now able to turn
out a very superior quality of Rolled Barley. Eastern Oats is one
of our specialties. We would also call attention to our Oil Cake Meal,
of which we have both the old and the new process.
Branch of Atlas Milling Company,
Telephone SOT. al6-3m
iFP^vrß rmfWW Thosewhohavcused K^Tra
j V 7 ! J" \V- tJI ! giving satis faction, and a cnatomer with Bron
-7 T~]U X H H SSr—3 » i ! cbitla sayc It ia the only remedy that glvee mi
i Bt * Dt "d'^Cal -S,IBBKLI ' * Co " Bl Dra «* l sts,
H QyO Fl Pli»Tri»" * * 0,0 Pteaanre to Inform yoa
> v V~\ _ si \_) rlafCthat yonr preparations are meeting
WP__ eas£ \ with large sales. •••••»• w e hear
%^^^_%%^k%^M k t W: Nothing but praise cSS.ion y tS aT «.S
: ttiem."—Naacawbb & Co., Druggist* Vlsalia,
H — That it will accomplish the end desired ln all
I nL affections of the Throat and Lnngs and yon not
Jfjed It will onl T Will not be without It yourself,
dfTw\j£\ TeC if HV\ I (fZ il W1 " but will recommend it to others, aa
IYvJ I JLvl • thousands have donewhobavetriedevcrythlng
r ~ r*if jr. else lv vain, money la no object where health la
r ! Convince you
\. v*' <V* •** ~ » . purchafe a rcmodv that will stand between yoa
fci m , a r.i, -uc ; and one of the moat dreaded of human iUa.
lOWI S /^STH/^V.V 0 U °n°>; v prej)ared on , y Dy the ABIETINE MEDIOAJ
.AHIFJINCEDICQ-OTOVILLIJAL
For Sale by C. H. HANCE, 77 and 79 North Spring Street.
F. W. BRAUN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AGENTS. sB-12m LOS ANGELES,
GALLOP, NEW MEXICO, COAL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CHAS. A. MARRINER, General Sales Agent.
Office and Yard. 607 East First Street.
TELEPHONE 960.
Screened Lnmp Coal, Delivered Loose £J* Per Ton.
" " " In Backs 18 "*? "
Single Sack, In Yard 5? P .F Sack.
™ " Delivered T*
CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. mlO 3m
SEE OUR BONANZA HOLLINQSWOBTH FAMILY OF
20-Tooth, 24-Tooth and 30-Tooth Rakes,
The JOHN P. MANNY MOWER ia on ton, and don't you forget ir!
Wecarrvthe Bed. White and Blue Mowe'; also, Stsr Rake, and Ohio Sel'-Dumn Bake.
BENICIA HEADEBS, EXCBLSIOR BINDERS, ADVANCE ENGINES, THRESHERS.
MONTGOMERY, GRANT & 00..
43-8 N. I.os Angeles St., Los Anftlss, Oal. Also at San Bernardino, al 10m
RECEIVED AND NOW ON SALE AT
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.
Carload of those celebrated wrought-iron Home Comfort Ranges; also several oar
loads of Cooking and Heating Stoves for Coal, Wood, Coal Oil and Gasoline
on hand. . _ _ ~ ,
A very fine assortment of Geo. Wostenholm's 1 X L and Homason * Buckley c
Pocket Cutlery, American Carvers and Table Knives in fine cases, alsothoar"
celebrated brands of Razors, "Progress," '•Bengal," and Wade 4 Butcher,
i Complete stock of aU kinds of Builders' Hardware and Mechanics' Tools always
on hand.
HARPER «& RKY2STOLI>B 00.
1 48 and SO North Main Street. mo-em.
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