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A TERRIBLE FIRE.
A Portion of New York Cit; Swept by Flames. .LOSS OVER THREE MILLIONS. A Lard Factory, Grain Elevators and Dock Property Burned—Many Lives Lost. I Associated Frees Dispatches to the Herald. | New York, April 19.—At 3:50 this afternoon three alarms of fire and a call for the ambulances created a sensation in Fifty-ninth street and Ninth avenue. The fire was in Wilcox & Co.'s lard re finery. At 7 r. »t. the Vanderbilt elevator "A," which is near by, burned, and ele vator "B" is in flames. The damage is now estimated at $1,500,000. Some peo ple are killed or badly injured. Later—The largest and fiercest tire wit nessed here for years swept the east bank of the North River clear, to-day. from Ninety-fifth street to what would be Sixty-fifth street, if that street ran to the river. It destroyed more than a million and a-half of property belonging to tho New York Central Railroad Company, and at least half a million dollars' worth of lard, flour and the like, belonging to other persons, notably to N. K. Fairbank, the great Chicago lard merchant. The flames destroyed two big elevators of the Vanderbilt system, a big brick building stretching from Fifty-ninth to Sixtieth street, and occupied jointly by the Fair bank lard refinery and the Rossiter stores, and wiped out the dock property of the Few York Central Railroad, from Fifty-ninth to past Sixty-fifth street. Henry Benning, a workman in the Fairbank refinery, was killed by jumping from a third-story window. Many oth ers were injured by jumping, but in the great confusion attending the conflagra tion the names and extent of injuries of but very few were obtained. Rumors were rile all the evening that a number of workmen had been canght and burned in the refinery, but it has been impossi ble to verify them. The fire broke out in the southeast cor ner of the Fairbank refinery, but how no body knows. Soaked in grease as the old building was, it was in flames in an instant. Men at work in every story dropped their tools and ran to save then lives. The staircases were columns of flames, and the windows pre sented the only means of es cape. Pursued closely by the fire, the men flung themselves out headlong, and how many there were I nobody could tell. Many who came out ', were picked up and carried away by j friends. The fire had soon swept through out the length of the beilding and shot ovfir toward the big grain elevators of the New York Central Railroad. B6- « tween the place where the engines were ' stationed and the elevators there were * twenty-seven railroad tracks, which no < fire engine could cross, and next, I the Union Stock Yards, half a mile < of broad enclosures and pens, equally < impassable. There was no way for the fire engine to reach the elevators, except on Sixtieth street, past the burning build ings, and that street, after two engines < had fought their way past, was blocked i by the falling walls. Furthermore, near ' the elevators was only oue small water 1 pipe. The fyta boats were sent for and i severa\ 0 f them soon began wo '!l iv the heroic struggle to save the elevators, but it was all in vain. The tremendous heat from i the fire across the street dried and j warped the woodwork of the, big frame ' building under its corrugated iron sheet ing, and in a short time the elevator was on fire and burning fiercely. Soon after the walls of the Rossiter stores fell, re leasing tons on tons of burning merchan dise, that rolled in blazing heaps in every direction. This increased the heat and flame, and the efforts of the firemen seemed to be entirely useless. About this time, the stock- \ yard pens were cleared out. At 7o'clock Elevator "B" caught fire, and the scene then, in the growing darkness, was one of lurid effects that made the spectacle of awful grandeur. The second elevator was entirely consumed also, and, at 11 o'clock to-night, when the fire was gotten under control, half a mile of ruins sent out a furnace heat. An estimate of the losses is as follows: The Rossiter stores, con tents $900,000; The Wilcox Co., stock $450,000; Elevator "A." $800,000; Ele vator "B," $750,000; Dock "D," (con tents), $200,000; Dock "A," $35,000 The Wilcox buildiug, $220,000. Total, $3,3*5,000. The loss to the property of the New York Central Company is covered by insurance. The Wilcox Company's stock was insured for $100,000. At a late hour to-night it is stated that four men were in the ruins of the Wilcox Company's building. KKIBI BY AND CORRUPTION. Some crooked Work Aliened on the Miiitteaota Leg-lalature. St. Paul, April 19.—There has been considerable of a bitter fight in both Houses of the Legislature for several weeks over the bill relating to the land grants of the Duluth and Winnipeg Rail way. Measures to confirm the forfeit ure of the grant for failure to fulfill certain charter obligations have been defeated once or twice, and the local papers have charged bribeiy. To night the bill signed by the Senators for feiting the land grants is discovered to have been mysteriously abstracted from the room of the House Committee, to which it was re ferred, and its friends are on the warpath. Sensational reports were afloat this afternoon to the effect that warrants were out for the arrest of thir teen persons for bribery and corruption. The reports cannot be traced to an au thentic source, however, and probably have no foundation. Struck toy a Landslide. Montrosk, Colo., April 19.—The en gide of the Salt Lake express, when passing through Black Cafion, last night at 12 o'clock, was struck by a landslide and thrown down a thirty-foot embank ment into the river. Engineer Ryan was severely injured, and Fireman North was killed. No others were injured. The'engine fell into the Gunnison river when struck. In its descent it turned over several times, crushing the fireman, William North, to death. Engineer Ryan was caught underneath a portion of the machinery and-pinioned in tbe bed of the river, and was nearly drowned before he was rescued. He is also seriously braised internally. None of the coaches were thrown from the track, and, on account of the roaring waters, it was some minutes before the passengers and crew knew of tbe accident. Tbe train was as cending the cafion at the usual Bpeed, and it is supposed that the jar of the train started some loose rocks from th? THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 20, 1889. top of the cafion, several hundred feet above, and that these rolling down started others and the slide increased in 8 ze until, when it struck the unfortunate engine it had become a tremendous slide o! huge boulders and rocks. EASTERN RACES. Entrlea, Welgbt* and Odds in the Various Events. Memphis, Term., April 19.—Puree, 5 - 8 mile—Duhme, 120, odds 4to 1; Dudley Gakes, 117, odds 2 to 1; Bootjack, 112, odds 3 to 1; Vivian, 111, odds 6 tol; Trumpeter, 102, odds Bto 1; Deerlodge, 102, odds 10 to 1; Lucien, 101, odds 10 to 1; Tartar. 101, odds 8 to 1; Cassandra, 98, odds 4 to 1. Two-year-old stakes —Emma O, odds 10 to 1; Hildegarde, odds 4 to 1: Willie M, odds 4 to 1; Indian Princess, odds 4 to 1; Lulie B, odds 5 to 1; Lady Black burn, odds 2to 1; Amelia, odds 4to 1; Hualoa, odds 10 to 1; Moiso, odds 6to 1. Selling race, three-quirter mile—En terprise 95, odds 10 to 1; Englewood 96, 4; Lula Fostes 101, 8; Hon. John B. 103, 6; T. J. Rusk 105, 4; Ben Harrison 105, 6; The Dude 104, 10; Ker-Ve-Na 108, 3; Duchess May 108,3; Los Webster 109, 6; Macnneley 110, 5, Inaugural stakes, one mile —Cashier 118, odds 6to 1; Studeaway 118, 2; Syn tax 118, 4; Bob Forpythe 99,4; Casta way II 99, 3; Silleck 110, 4. Track fast. The Arkaniiai (Election Frauds. Little Rock, Ark., April 19.—Tho Fed eral Court for the e.<stern diii-ict of Arkan sas has been In session for two weeks in vestigating tbe charges of frauds and in timidation in the elections held in Novem ber. To-day Reuben W. Dardeu, a gray haired man from Union county, was sen tenced to two years in the penitentiary for driving a negro away from ttie polls and refusing to allow him to cast bis bal lot Thomas Dansby, of Cleveland county, was fined $500 for interfering with the election supervisor at Kitigsland, Cleveland county. The trial of the three judges of election at I'lummerville, where the box was stolen, will not concluded until to-morrow. Eastern Baseball. Cincinnati, April 19. —Cincinnati, 3; St. Louie, 4. Baltimore, April 19.—First game— Baltimore, 18; Columbus 5. Second game—Baltimore, 11; Colum bus, 0. Loumville, April 19. —Louisville, 5; Kansas City, 7. Philadelphia, April 19. —Athletics, 8; Brooklyn 9. Chicago, April 19.—T0-night Ma'.isger Spalding and nis two teams of baseball players returned to Chicago. The event was celebrated by a street parade and hotel banquet, where covers wore laid for 300 persons and appropriate speeches made. The Company Takes Hater. Chicago, April 19.—The Superintend ent of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in this city, says that the threatened troulle between the company and its employes, growing out of the life and accident insurance plan, has been ami cably settled. No employes will be re quired to sign unless so inclined. An Illinois Breeze. Hinckley, Ills., April 19.—A hurri cane passed, through this village last night, unroofing many buildings and tearing up the sidewalks and trees in a path about 100 feet wide. No one was seriously injured. The Minister to Denmark 111. Chicago, April 19.—Mr. J. A. Enan der, recently appointed Minister to Den mark, is Beriously ill from an attack of hemorrhage of the lungs. Pittsburg- sizzling. Pittsburg, April 19.—This was the hottest day of the year, the mercury reaching 82 degrees. Two men were overcome by the heat. The Trotting- Horse Breeders. San Francisco, April 19.—The first regular meeting of the recently-organized Pacific Ceast Trotting Horse Breeders' Association was held at the Palace Hctel this evening. The following were chosen directors: J. H. White, Win. Corbitt, L. J. Rose, W. T. Smith, T. S. Coombs, R. T. Carroll, M. Salisbury, H. M. Laruo, J. Murphy. L. U. Shippee, aud L. H. Mcintosh. It was decided to perpetuate the National Stallion Stakes, and to add to them the National Colt Stakes. The matter was referred to the Board of Di rectors, who were given the right to act as they deemed best. Tne Charleston's Uuna. San Francisco, April 19.—A portion of the armament of the cruiser Charleston has arrived at Sacramento. Ten guns, weighing about six ton each, are on the cars at the State Capital, and will be shipped by freight steamer to Mare Island on Sunday. The heaviest guns have not arrived yet, but are expected shortly. A Drum major Deserts. San Francisco April 19.—Charles Cowell, Drum Major of the First United States Infantry, disappeared fiom Angel Island on Sunday afternoon, and Colonel Shafer, commanding officer at Angel Is land, has telegraphed to all the Sheriffs io the southern part of the State to arrest the fugitive if he makes his appearance there. A Greedy Ulan Disappointed. Sauta Oru/., April 19.—The case of the City of Santa Cruz vs. James En right, for the condemnation of w»ter rights ou Laguna creek, for the use of the public water works, was concluded to-day. The jury awarded Enright $8. --000. " The Common Conncil had previ ously offsred Euright $12,000, while he had asked $50,000. A Week's Wine Export. St. Helena, April 19.—Five carloads of brandy were shipped from here to Liv erpool to-day by Beringer Bros. Twenty one carloads of wine have been shipped from here during the past week, nearly all going to San Francisco. Ex-Postmaster Plerson Dying-. Nkw York, April 19.—1t is reported at midnight that the condition of ex-Post master Pierson ie much worse, aad may be expected to die before day light. Newspapers In Contempt. Paris, April 19.—Ousuay de Beaure paire.the Procureur-General, will prose cute the Autorite, Cocoarde, Gazette de France, Preme Intrantigeant, Oaulou and other papers, for insults to the Chief .Magistrate. A Second Notice to Moulanger. Brobbki-s, April 19.—Tbe Belgian Gov ernment has decided to send a second notice to General Boulanger, to the effect that he will not be allowed to conspire against France, a nation friendly to Bel gium. Children Cry for PitchersJJastoriav EL PASO'S MAYOR. He is Liable to Puffer for His Usurpation. A SAMPLE OF REPUBLICAN WAYS. Tried for Contumacious Contempt of Court—Anticipations of more Trouble. I Associated Press Dispatches to the Hebald.! El Paso, Tex., April 19.—The excite ment here over the city government trouble still tuns high, and an indiscreet word or move might lead to regular slaughter. Krakauer, the Republican usurper, who took charge of the city hall yesterday evening with an armed mob, and who was ordered by Judge Falveye, of the District Court, to sur render all the city property and disperse his mob, was arrested this morning for contempt of court, in refusing to disclose the combination of the city safe, in which the records and seal are stowed, the com bination of which he changed while in possession of the hall last night. At 10 o'clock to-night his trial is in progress and the Courthouse is crowded with hundreds of excited men. If he is sent to jail a row is anticipated. It is positively learned this evening that Krakauer has been tendered the services of 300 Mexicans. DOCTORS DIFFER. The State Physicians Cannot Agree on the Locality for One-Euugcrs. San Francisco, April 19.—The nine teenth annual session of the Medical So ciety of California closed to-day. Among the subjects discussed was that or tbe climatic treatment of consumption. There appeared to be much difference of opin ion on the subject, some physiciam pre ferring the eea coast while oth ers favored the inland resorts of medium and even low altitudes, while others insisted that only high al titudes were to be sought. James P. Booth made particular reference to San [ Bernardino county, especially the Mojave region. The dry, warm air of that sec- I tion was, he asserted, suited in a great degree to consumptive patients, and he urged its claims to attention to the as sembled physicians. THE INSANE ABYEEJTI SITE. Each Illan Voting- for His Own Pet locution. San Bernardino, April 19.—After com pleting the examination of different local ities for a site for the Insane Asylum for Southern California, the Commission began balloting this afternoon. At 5 o'clock they adjourned until to-morrow. The ballot stood one each for five differ ent counties. News of Bcreavemcut. San Josk, April 19.—The Associated Press dispatch from Burlington, lowa, giving an account of the drowning of five men by the sinking of tbe steamer Ever ett, brought sad news to one household in this city. Mrs. Vincent Peel, wife of the Captain, who was drowned, resides in this city and Is nearly prostrated by tho sad event. The fajaily came here this winter and bought a home. The Captain went back to settle up his busi ness and intended to return to spend the remainder of his days here. Fresno Races. Fresno, April 19. —Tbe first race, run ning, was for a $isoo purse, mile and re peat. The first beat was won by Dave Douglass. Second heat, a dead heat be tween Douglass and Brady, and the third and fourth heats taken by Brady. Best time, 1:44. The second race, 2:25 class, was for a purse of $400. First heat won by Belle B.; second, third and fourth heats won by Bedtime, in 2:26 - Knifed to Death. Winnemuca, Nev., April 19.—News ha 3 reached hero that, a few days ago, at the Colony Ranch, in Harvey county, Or egon, a vaquero, named Dick Cooper, and a California half-bred Indian, named Ben Jones, bad some trouble. Jones at tacked Cooper with a knife and literally cut him in pieces, stabbing him in sev enteen places. Fishermen Defiant. San Diego, April 19.—The fishermen of this city, speaking in regard to the proclamation of Mexico notifying the customs officers at Knsenada to confis cate vessels found fishing within the In ternational Company's concession, ex press the opinion that bloodshed will result if the officers interfere with the fishermen. Arizona Incidents. Tucson, Ariz., April 19.—Advices from Tres Alamos state that a man named Robinson killed a Mexican yesterday in self-defense. The United States Grand Jury, now in session here, have returned three true bills for smuggling against D. Mergman and two Mexicans. Aa Well for Hltn. San Francisco, April 19.—John D. Spreckels, of this city, in an interview to day denied that he has secured the con cessions of the International Company in Lower California, as reported, and says be has nothing whatever to do with the company. Cleared ol Murder. San Francisco, April 19.—The trial of George Lewis for killing John Perrin, in Octobtr last, was concluded to day in Judge Sullivan's court, the jury return ing a verdict of acquittal. Died on tbe Train. Modesto, April 19. —Conrad Authrick, musician, a resident of San Francisco, died of diabetes on the train this morn ing near Turlock, while en route from Merced to San Francisco. Stanford* Dlood Horses. San Fbancisco, April 19.—Charles Marion, Superintendent of Governor Staf ford's stock farm, left for the East to-day with seven carloads of tine thoroughbred stock for New Yoik. Santa Cruz Piles It On. Santa Cruz, April 19.—The City Council this afternoon increased the liquor license frcm $120 to $200 per annum. Circus licences are $250 per day. Ilie Fruitgrowers Uanquettcd. San Dikgo, April 19.—The Fruitgrow ers' Convention closed its session to-day, and to-night partook of a banquet ten dered by the citizens of National City. A' Case compromised- Sacramento, April 19.—The Case of Charles Heiser against State Librarian , Wallace has been compromised. The i terms are not stated. THE BLOOD HORSE ASSOCIATION. Weights and Entries for To-day's Racing In San Francisco. Ban Francisco, A aril 19 —The entries and weights for the opening day of the Pacific Coast Blood Hor.=e Association's spring meeting on April 20th are as fol lows: One and one-sixteenth mile?, intro duction purse, Alfarato, !I0; Moses B , 117; Lurline, 90; Wonder 2d, 92; Hello, 118; Duke Spencer, 102; Nancy, 112; Reward, 02; Ed. McGinnio, 117; Mozart, 118; Dutch, 05; Hearst, 94; Brutus, 117; Al. Farrow, 117. HaP-roile, California stakes: Hooker, 110; Flombeau. 110; Racine, 110; Pliny. 110: Whisban, 107; Farsalara, 107; Reata, 107; Guido, 110. Heats, nine-sixteenths of a mile, purse $300. White Cloud, 112; Jackson, 102; Rosebnrg, 92: .Ton Jon, 112; Geraldine, 107; Kiidare, 109; Ito, 107. One and one-quarter miles, Tidal stake: Wild Gates, 118; Glen Ellen, 113; Sorrento, 118; Flood Tide, 118; The Cznr, 118; Geoffrey, 118; Louis P., 118; Joe Hodge, 118; Don Jobo, 118. Purifying the Police. Seattle, W. T., April 19 —The City Council to-night elected O. D. Butterfield Chief of Police, in place of J. C. Mitchell, removed a week ago. The present Police Captains were removed, and new officers elected instead. ON SPECIAL SALE TO-DAY AT WINEBUKUH'S. We are very busy, because wa are selling goods eh jap, and feel encouraged to ofi'or ittll greater birgaius. Children's indigo percale shirt waists, 10 cents; fast colors, fancy figures, with sailor col lars, worth 50 cents. Children's India gauze vests. 25 cents; short and long sleeves; sizes 24 to 112; worth(>o cents. Ladies' colored silk crepe scarfs, 20 cents each, worth 50 centi. Ledirs' striped sateen parasols, 70 cents each, woith $1.25. Ladies' 22 and 24-inch silk *un umbrellas, $1.40 e«ch, curved Ivory handles, worth $2 25. Ladiea' blaca satin-horder Trlcotine parasols, $1.10 each; long knob handles. Ladieß' coal-back Jerseys, 49 cents each; navy, garnet, seal, cardinal and black; sizes 32 to 42. Ladies' spun silk ribbed vests, 79 cents each; silk trimmings, in pink and blue; worth $1.50. A lice of fancy American sateens, new pat terns, cents a yard; all colors and figures Fancy figured India silks, elegant designs, strawberry, Nile, terra cotta, sapphire, orange and shrimp ground work, 09 cents a yard; worth $1. Aline of checked ;summer dress silks, 40 Cents a yard. A line of worsted chfckcd suitinga, 12% cents a vurd; elsewhere 25 cents. Infanta' long cambric slips, 25 cents each Ladles' Victoria lawn tucked npr. ua, 15 cents each. gentlemen's goods. I. & VI.. Earl & Wilaon's fonrply linen link cutis, 12'.ij ceuts a pair: regular price, 40 cants I'oika d .t Wind or scarfs, 5 cents each. (This not a miituke ) a lino of ma le un tack scarfs, 5 cents each. (We'll surprise you before you're through., A line of heavy pure silk bows, buck, 5 ce:ts each. Boys' plaid silk handkerchief bows, with elastics around the nenk, 15 ceuts each; others charge 35 c'nta. A line of flno grey balbrlgtran shirt*, silk bound, pearl buttons, 30 exists each. (We're not goirg to bast either.) Men's genuine celluloid collars 16 cents; Bizes 13 to 18. 1.1 at n finish paper collars, all sizes, 9 cc- ts a box; others want 25 cents. Best i]uality4 ply Hueucollars,size 14, Scents • each (yes, 3 cents). Gauze undershirts, pink tint, 19 cents each. WIBEBURGH'S, 209 S. Spring St., between Third and Fourth. 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, Atrent Wabash Route, 17 N. Spring st. Don't fail to see the tight rope perfor ners Sunday at Santa Monica. Gordan Bros, 22 S. Spring St. Arttst'c tailoring. The finest assortment of suitings lv the city. Here We Are With •tling bargains. *vation prices. E. Adams, 15 South Spring street. MiSCSiAiliAr«as«l)»». Otir Next Popular EXCURSION Leaves the First-street Depot at 10 a. m. On Saturday, April 20,1889, On Special Train from LOS ANGELE3 TO HOTEL del CORONADO. BOUND-TRIP $3.50. Good for three days, or extended st the rate of $1 per day. GRAND BALL ON SATURDAY EVENING, And various other pleasures during the stay of the excursionists. Tickets for sale at Banta Fe Office, North Spring st. or at First st. Depot. For further information call at the Coronado Agency, corner of Bpring and Franklin streets. nie-tf CAUMIA LANDS LOS ANGELES 1 THE Slmi Land 4 Water Co., of Loa Angele* C*l., have for Sale a large body of fine fruit farming and graiing lands, well watered, and located in one of the most attractive and health ful portions of Southern California. They offer lands from BO to «MM> per acre ou very easy terms to actual settler*, and will mas* special inducements tn Colonists. For Mapa, Price Lists, and full in formats, addreaa K. XV. POnDEXTEB, secretary, 19, West? First S«. «s Angeles, «:al. mS2 IT STANDS AT THK HEAD. "www* SEE IT BEFOBE BUYING A MACHINE. The only place is thii city where new "DOMESTIC" Machines can be had, la at 207 SOUTH SPRING STREET, mil lm R. A DAVIS, »., Agent. • GOLDEN; EAGLE CLOTHING COrtIPANT. i AMOUKCEMENT NO 2 9 FOR The Men Eagle Mm Co. We opened up on Saturday last, and our first announcement, which had the genuine business ring, drew hundreds of customers to our counters. They brought their coupons along and had them cashed. WE WISH TO BAY To the public right here, tbat it will bo to your interest to road our advertisements when in (juest of bargains, for we propose to do a humming business, and we are sure GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES, STRAIGHT, RELIABLE DEALING, AND A 810 ASSORTMENT Will place us before the public as the right house to trade with. WE OFFKK 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 $10.50 100 PAIR MEN'S PANTS at $3.50, worth $5.00 100 ALL-WOOL MEN'S SACK SUITS at $10.00, worth $16.00 300 PAIR MEN'S BLUE, 9-OZ. OVERALLS at 35c, worth 76c. 100 BOYS' TWO-PIECE SUITS at $2.00, worth $3.50 100 BOYS' KNEE PANTS, ALL WOOL ....at 75c. OIVE TJS A CALL. Golden Eagle Clothing Company, CORNER MAIN AND REQUENA STREETS, Under New United States Hotel. m IBCELLANEWL S. il¥angeles wMHOI^ 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 >ill 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 Those who have used it^f. V "L__>ri\J IL^^ —in fl U I-v P i Riving satis faction, and a customer with Broa / T I B B B>,ii < c. \ i| I chltlg save it is the only remedy that gives in- J—* 1 B Y nt n J| fjgj -BkBRELL * c °v Sß ' Druggists, rWvS.U UVv H ffr\"n Hinr*>" * * 1118 Pleasnre to inform yoa JBteS»Tr£. \V «» JrJ Vj I narcthat your preparations are meeting ! with large salea. •*»»*** We hear M 1 W N othin K but iZZ^ 7 £" l *A ;: them."—Naacawkn & Co., Druggists, Via*li» : i^i^^^^^^^^^^Bp^^SisiS^^^^; That it will accomplish the end desired in all I [jt. «=3gS?j:-" afltections of the Throat and Lungs and yon not -rrr rr r\ rr st* I f...i 11 only Will not be without it yourself, ab" Ipl4|y\ IK 11 ]r\\\ U 07~/^~£3 i " 1,1 bnt will recommend it to others, as *** JLvI 1 thousands have done who have tried everything < r*~T 1~. _ ,'v t else in vain, money ia no object where health la M&U WTIWPI kfefTOffi^aConvince you V. \d> (1 V kV 4 v tW "** , pnrchafe a remedy that will stand between yo» /O Hs— J II rt * I,— W. C 1 and one of the most dreaded of human ma. (O) ORS S /^SThl ( M\'^V> f l°'! isprepared only by the ABIETINK MEDIO** >=r^XX^,X «/A 11 \ ■ I CO., droviile, California. ■SA<H.r- sa _jsTTA. ABIE 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. OH AS. A. MARRINER, General Sales Agent. Office and Yard. 607 East First Street. TELEPHONE 960. Screened Lump Coal, Delivered Loose Pjw Ton. •' " " in Sacks »» OO ' Single Bsck, In Yard fP Per Baok. '• " Delivered «• CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. mIQ 3m SEE OCTB BONANZA HOLLINGSWORTH FAMILY OF 20-Tooth, 24-Tooth and 30-Tooth" Rakes, The JOHN P. MANNY MO WEB is on too, and don't you forget HlT*' t+J We carry the Bed, White and Blue Mowe-; also, Star Rake, and Ohio Scl'-Dumo Bake. BENICIA HEADERS, EXCELSIOR BINDERS, ADVANCE ENGINES, THRESHERS. MONTGOMERY, GRANT & OO . 833 N. Las Ansrelee 81., Los Ansreles, Cal. Also al Nan Krrnardlan. si 10m RECEIVED AND NOW ON SALE AT HARPER & REYNOLDS CO. Carload of those celebrated wrought-iron Home Comfort Ranges; also several car 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-s Pocket Cutlery, American Carvers and Tahle Knives in fine cases, alsotuo* celebrated brands of Razors, "Progress," "Bengal," »nd Wade A Butcher, i Complete stcck of all kinds of Builders' Hardware and Mechanics' Tools always on hand. HARPER & CO. 48 and 50 North Main Street. mo-fsa 5