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Some Queer Qualifications
CATTLE RAISING ENCOURAGED.
The Canadian Pacific Asks to be
Bonded as a U. S. Com
[ Associated Press Dispatches to tbe Herald
Washington-, May 24.—The Presiden
to-day appointed Harry R. Jeffords, c
Arizona, Attorney of the United State
for Arizona, Charles S. Zane, of Utah
to be Justice of tbe Peace of the Suprem
Court of the Territory of Utah, and B
F. Gilkerson, of Pennsylvania, Seconi
Comptroller of the Treasury.
THE MONTANA CONVENTION.
Assistant-Solicitor General Shieldi
rendered an opinion in response to are
quest from the Secretary of Montana ai
to whether the Constitutional Conven
tion, which meets at Helena on the 4tl
of July next, will be limited to one set o
officers, as allowed by law to each bodj
of legislative assemblies. The Secretarj
of Montana, in bis communication,states
that the number of members in thit
Assembly will be double the number ol
both legislative Assemblies, and he will
require additional help, and he desires
to know if such additional help will be
allowed by tbe Governor.
The Assistant Attorney-General's opin
ion says tbat although the number of
members of said convention might be
more than double the number of mem
bers of both legislative bodies, yet it is
only one body, and he is of the opinion
that under the laws regulating the pay
and number of subordinate officers in leg
islative assemblies in Territories, only
one set of officers of tbe classifications
described in the act of June 19, 187S, can
be allowed for said convention under the
rules and regulations provided by law
for the payment of Territorial Legisla
developing cattle growing.
E. L. Baker, United States Consul at
Buenos Ayres, in his report to the De
partment of State, says the catila indus
try of the Argentine Republic is in sueb
a languishing condition tbat a law has
been passed offering a guaranty of 5 per
cent, for ten years on capital employed
in the business of exporting fresh or
preserved beef. The report says: "It is
understood that several establishments
are preparing to take advantage of the
guaranty and are going into the business
on a large scale, with special steamers
fitted up for the traffic, and warehouses
in England and France," Great things
are expee'ed from this law by the Argen
tines, but Consul Baker says ho does not
believe it will hurt the United States
beef shippers much until new methods
are adopted for the preparation of beef
The number of sheep in the Argentine
Republic is estimated at 80,000,000, and
horned cattle 20,000,000.
pension claims allowed.
Assistant Secretary Bussey has ren
dered favorable decisions on two pension
claims heretofore rejected. In one case
the claimant was hit by a demijohn
thrown by a Corporal, striking him on
the leg, from the effects of which he
never recovered. In the other case the
claimant was running and was tripped
by a comrade, falling and breaking his
WAS THE YANTIC IN COLLISION ?
It is said at the Navy Department that
the Yantic, which is reported to have
been seen two days ago by a British
steamer minus her foremast and jib
boom, must have been in collision with
another vessel. She went out from New
Yord a fortnight ago to blow up wrecks,
and, from her position when seen by the
steamer, should have arrived in New
TO BE COURT-MARTIALED.
A naval General Court-Martial has
been ordered to convene at Mare Island,
California, on June 3d, to try Passed
Assistant Engineer Frank J. Hoffman,
who is accused of absenting himself
without leave. He was detailed to at
tend the dock trial of the Charleston, but
overstayed bis leave and failed to be
present at che trial.
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC'S REQUEST,
The Canadian Pacific Railway has ap
plied to the Secretary of the Treasury to
be bonded as a common carrier between
parts of the United States, and the ap
plication has been referred to the Solici
tor of the Treasury for examination and
DISPOSAL OF THE OFFICERS.
The Secretary of the Navy has given
the commandant at Mare Island Navy
Yard discretionary powers as to the dis
position of the officers from the Samoan
A NEW BANK AUTHORIZED.
The Comptroller of Currency has au
thorized the Exchange National Bank of
Spokane Falls, W. T., capital $100,000,
to begin business.
A SPECULATIVE SuHEME.
Senator Stanford Proposes lo
Promptly Cuock It.
San Fbancisco, May 24—A suit was
instituted to-day by Senator and Mrs.
Stanford against the Carnall Fitzhugh
Hopkins Company, to have the defend
ant enjoined from further publication
and circulation of a pamphlet called "A
Souvenir of the Leland Stanford Junior
University," and to compel the company
to abandon tbe use of the name Palo Alto
which it has applied to a tract of land
adjoining the Palo Alto farm of Stan
ford's, and which name has bean used
to aid said company in selling their lands
at high prices. The Senator alleges that
this pamphlet has been circulated
throughout California, the Eastern States
and Europe, and many scientists have
been led to look upon tbe new Univer
sity as being erected partly to further
purposes of speculation, viz: t > realize
large sums of money out of the sale of
An Early Wheal Harvest.
Ban Francisco, May 24.—A carload of
this year's wheat arrived to day from
Reedley, Fresno county. It was pur
chased at $1.37>2 per cental. Last year
the first consignment was received here
June 15th, and brought lI.SIJi per cen
tal. Never before has wheat been re
ceived at this port in May, and the indi
cations, therefore, point to an early har
vest. The stock of old wheat in this
State will be taken on June lßt. It is
thought there will be little new wheat
offered before July.
A Ship Captain's Suicide.
San Fbancisco, May 24.—The ship
Alex Gibson arrived In port this after
noon, five and a half days from Seattle.
Last Monday, when off Cape Blanco,
THE LOS ANGfILKS DAII.Y fIBBALI>: SATURDAY MORNING, MAT 25. 1889
Captain sheed jumped oTerboard ant
was drowned. It is supposed tbat he be
came temporarily insane from tbe use o
quinine, and while in tbis conditioi
jumped overboard. His body was nol
STATE EPISCOPAL, CONVENTION
The Formation of a. New Dtoces<
San Fbancisco, May 24 —At to-day'f
session of tha Episcopal Convention the
reports of the Committee on Division ol
Ihe Diocese were submitted. The ma
jority report, signed by Key. Dean
True, Elias Birdsall, E. B. Spalding, D.
Cleveland, and B. McKinne, recom
mended the adoption of the fulloweng
First—That tbe Convention give con
' sent to a division of the diocese and the
' erection of a new diocese in the
Southern part thereof.
Second —That San Luis Obiopo, Kern,
San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Ven
tura, Los Angeles and San Diego shall
constitute the new diocese, and all north
of these counties shall belong to tbe
diocese of California.
Toe minority report claimed that
there was no necessity for division, and
that the proposed division is inequitable.
The evils sought to be remedied by di
vision may be remedied by means not so
Tbe morning and afternoon sessions
were spent iv the discussion of the
Key. Elias Birdsall, of Los Angeles,
favored the division of the diocese. He
said (bat Southern California was erect
ing buildings that would do credit to San
When the Convention was called to
order at 2 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Perkins read
a paper inviting Bishop Kip to take a
much-needed rest. The paper was ac
companied by a subscription, expressive
of the love and good feeling of the
clergy. The Chairman stated that a
committee would be appointed later in
the day to take charge of the piper.
Rev. H. O. Todd, from the Sonth, then
spoke in favor of division, and moved
that the debate be closed.
H. 11. Chapman, of Bakersfield, moved
to change the boundary line so as to
make a more prudent division, leaving
Kern county in the narthern diocoso.
Rev. T. E. Morgan asked that San Luis
Obispo be left in the northern diocese if
a division is made. The previous ques
tion was then moved and carried. The
minority report was defeated by a vote
of 34 to 17, and by a lay vote of 28 to 13.
The majority report in favor of a division
was carried by a clerical vote of 34 to 17,
and by a lay vote of 29 to 11.
During the debate, Rev. Mr. McCrea,
of Trinity Church, spoke against division.
He pointed out that, when simmered
down, all the argument in favor of divi
sion was tbat the present Bishop was un
able to give the Southern part
of the State the a'teution it de
served. That was only a temporary
inconvenience which time would shortly
remedy. In fact, the Bishop was not an
overwhelming essential, and he might
perhaps be called "His Superfluous
Highness." A storm of hisses inter
mingled with applause treated the
speaker. The hissing continued, but
McCrea persisted in asserting tbat be
proposed to talk regardless of the
POSTINU THE SENATORS.
The Subsidized Canadian Pacific
Dealing; American Lines.
Tacoma, W. T., May 24.—The Senat
orial Committee on Relations with Can
ada examined about thirty persons to
day, among whom were Governor Moore,
ex-Governor Semple and C. H. Prescott,
second Vice-President of tbe Northern
Pacific Railroad. Prescott, in bis remarks,
said tbat the Northern Pacific and all the
transcontinental lines of the United
States have a powerful competitor in the
Canadian Pacific Railroad, and that tbe
subsidizing of steamers, connecting with
that road, by tbe Canadian Government,
diverted a great amount of foreign trade
that would otherwise come to the Am
erican lines. The Canadian Pacific is
about to make cheaper rates, and unless
the long and short haul clause of the
Interstate Commerce Act is abolished
the American lines will be at the mercy
of the Canadian Pacific. He suggested
that the United States Government sub
sidize tbe steamship lines connected with
its transcontinental railroads.
Bakersfield, Cal., May 24. —This
evening, while W. H. Scribner was out
driving with his wife and three children,
tt c horses became frightened at some
dogs and ran away, overturning the
buggy. Mrs. Scribner escaped with a
few bruises, Mr. Scribner had three ribs
broken, and the youngest child had its
skull fractured, and is not expected to
Suicided on the Ralls.
Lajhrop, Cal., May 24.—This evening,
when a freight train was near this place,
an unknown man threw himself in front
of the engine, which, with six cars,
passed over him, killing bim instantly.
The body was completely cut in two,
and the head, trunk and arms were
found 300 yards from tbe other portions
of the body.
Hawkins Uets Hall.
San Francisco, May 24. — Michael
Hawkins, who shot at Mrs. Peter Dona
hue last Wednesday night, succeeded in
securing bondsmen to-day, and was re
leased on bail of $5,000.
The Queen's Birthday ln Victoria.
Victoria, B. C, May 24.—Victoria
was filled to overflowing to-day, _ a
dozen steamers and trains bringing
thousands of visitors, the day being the
anniversary of the Queen's birthday.
The grand regatta on the Victoria Arm
was witnessed by fully ten thousand
people. All the events were well con
tested, Lbnt the chief attraction
was the Indian canoe race, with twenty
paddles to each canoe. The horse races
at the Driving Park were good, two
Seattle horses, Paddy and McCulloep,
winning the chief events. To-night a
grand ball was given, attended by a
brilliant throng, there being fully 300
couples. There are other attractions
also for to-morrow.
Dublin, May 24.—The work of evict
ing tenants was continued on the Olphert
estate. The evictors met with a desper
ate resistance. During the struggle In
spector Duff was badly wounded. The
tenants had erected barricades around
their homes, and from behind these de
fenses they hurled stones and other mis
siles at the attacking party. Boiling
water was thrown upon the evictors, and
a number of policemen and bailiffs were
badly scalded. The police arrested four
The Parnell « onunisslon.
London, May 25. —I. D. Sullivan, a
member of Parliament, and formerly
Treasurer of the Land League, testified
before the Parnell Commission to-day.
He stated that a portion of the L?a?ue's
books and documents had been taken to
the residence of a Mrs. Maloney, in Dub
lin. Arthur O'Oonner took some to Lon
don and Eagan took others to Paris.
THE NICARAGUA CANAL.
t First Practical Step for Its
" THE 810 BITCH WILL BE DUG.
[ Arrangements Perfected for the Dis
! patch of the Men and Materials
i Associated Press DilMtOhM to the Herald. I
, New York, May 24.—The Nicaragua
. Canal Company have announced tbe
steamship Alvena to sail for Greytown,
Nicaragua, at noon on May 26. She will
caary about fifty men and a quantity of
implements and stores for the Nicaragua
i Canal Construction Company, being the
pioneer expedition for the commence
ment of the work of building the Nicara
gua inter-oceanic canal. Similar con
signments of men and material for the
prosecution of the work will fol
low one another at short intervals.
Ten engineers of the surveying expedi
tion of 1887-88 have remained in Nicar
agua in the service of tbe company, and
will meet the construction party at Grey
town. They have collected about 500
native laborers there in readiness to be
gin operations at once. The first work
to be done, and which will begin imme
diately, is railroad construction, building
a pier at Greytown, erecting perman
ent quarters, hospitals, warehouses
and shops, running telegraph wires
along the line of the projected canal,
dredging in Greytown harbor, and clear
ing and dredging the first twelve miles
of the canal from Greytown to the divide.
Preparations will be made for heavy
work on the rock cut embankments.
The company will send down with the
expedition a road locomotive, ten of the
largest steel canoes, a steam launch for
the chief engineer, two diamond drills,
fifty tons of provisions, clothing for 500
laborers, six large pile drivers, two large
portable houses, four large rock drills,
150,000 feet of lumber for houses, 1,000,
--000 feet of piles and timbers, 200 ham
mocks, 200 cots, a large stock of engi
neers' instruments, 20,000 feet of galvan
ized iron roofing, tools (railroad carpen- :
tors', blacksmiths', engineers', etc.), i
I about sixty tons of iron nails, steel, etc.,
| telegraph and telephone materia In,crock- i
cry, hardware, gunpowder, dynamite,
oils, rope, 400 rubber blankets, furniture, I
NEWS) FMOIfI PANAMA.
Sad Condition ol the People at the
Isthmus—South American Items.
Panama, May 24.—The unfortunate J
consequences of the canal smash are be- -
coming more marked every day, and the
deplorable condition of affairs has but t
one outlet, and that is by emigration. <
The Commissioner sent by the Jamaican
Government has already sent away 4,000 i
people, and has issued tickets for 3.000 i
more, and these will leave by the earliest i
Bteamers. The people are congregated
at the different depots, with their tickets !
in their hands, but without food and I
almost without shelter, and the tropical
wet season is in its full energy. Afterall
distressed foreigners hive been removed :
there will still be much suffering, and j
want here which cannot be ameliorated
until the resumption of work, in January !
next, shall have put money in circula
When the City of Para leaves Colon,
there will be no steamer in that port, a
circumstance almost unparalleled in the <
history of tbe port, since it was first vis
ited by steamers, and became known by ]
the name of Aepinwall.
The Chilian Government, it is reported, t
has determined to order, for immediate
delivery, ten fifteen-ton Krnpp guns, for 1
the defense of the coast. ]
A voluntary public subscription is i
being raised in Salvador to pay off the
old claims of the English bondholders, }
which have long been unheeded. Refior ]
Ginerota has headed the list with $50 000. !
1 1 1 HS t'KOill 111 ni l N,
Tbe Indemnity Claimed by tier
many and Disputed by Americans, i
Bkrlin, May 24.—At a court concert
this evening, the Emperor chatted at
length with Kasson, the American de'e
gate to the Samoan Conference. Kasson \
was also presented to tbe Empress, who i
gave bim a gracious reception, convers- \
ing with him at length. t
The members of the Berlin press gave i
a banquet in the hall of the Thiergarten t
this evening in honor of the Dalian i
press representatives now in Berlin, t
M. Mayer, member of the Reichstag, t
presided. All oratorical references to t
the alliance between Italy and Germany t
were received with outbursts of cheering, t
It is stated tbat, in the Samoan Con
ference, Germany claimed an indemnity
for the losses caused by Mataafa, anil ,
tbat the American commissioners dis
puted tbe claim, averring that Mataafa
had acted in self-defense, and that tbe l
natives were too poor to pay an in- ■
The Conference will meet again on
May 28th. t
The Volunteer's Antagonist.
London, May 24.—The race, to-day,
between the Valkyrie, the Irex and the
Garana, was won over the same course
aa on Wednesday and Thursday, but
the wind and other conditions were
much better. The Garana got the ■
lead at the start, tho Valkyrie ■
being third, but the latter pulled up, >
and the race was a foregone conclusion ■
long before their arrival at the Mouse 1
light. At ihifi point the time was: Val
kyrie 2h. 22m. 555., Garana 2h. 27m.
28%, Irex 2h. 14m. B*. Then the spin
nakers were set, the Irex going much
better in the run home. With the time
allowance, the Valkyrie beat tbe Garana c
by one minute and three seconds. The
Valkyrie led by a mile at the Mouse -
Light. The wind veered to the south on -
the return journey, and freshened col
siderably, to the advantage of the Irex.
The crew of the Valkyrie was less smait
than usual with the spinnaker. Toward
the finish tbe breeze became strong, "|
compelling the removal of the jib top- -I
sail. All the conditions were favorable
to the Irex. The comments on the
Valkyrie's performance are far from "
unanimous. All critics are agreed that .
she is smart and a pretty sailor, but
doubts are expressed by some whether
she can beat tbe Volunteer.
The Troubles of the Vatican.
Rome, May 24—The Pope, in his allo
cution at the Consistory to-day, protests
against Italian legislation hostile to the
charitable institutions of the Catholic
Church. The proposal to erect a monu
ment in memory of Giordano Bruno,
who was burned at the end of the six .
teenth century, was denounced by the I
Pope as an outrage upon religion. His
Holiness also referred to the recent Cath
olic congresses, holding tbat these ga
therings proved that the Roman question
is an international one. t
MIL EASILiCN XLtU'.
Ueiulta of the Racing at Latonia
and Brooklyn Yesterday.
$ Cincinnati, May 24.—At Latonia today
ttie weather was threatening, the attend
Three-year-olds and upwards, three
quarters of a mile, Lakeview won, Kedar
Khan second, Festus third. Time
Two-year-old fillies, half a mile, Ba
mantha won, Lady Ali second, Lottie 8.
• third. Time .BIM.
Two-year-olds, half a mile, Daisy F.
won, Teddy Venture second, Dilemma
third. Time .50.
_ Three-yoar-olds and upwards, fifteen
sixteenths of a mile, Castaway won.Chee
ney second, Clamor tnird. Time 1 -39%.
Three-year-olds and upwards, mile
and an eighth, Maori won, Unlucky sec
ond, Caliente third. Time 1:56)t.
Two-year-old colts, five-eighths of a
mile—Phoenix won, Lord Pevton second,
Mayor Nolan third. Time, 101 :Ja'.
New Yore. May 24.—At Gravesend
today the track was in prime condition.
Three-fourths of a mile —Seadrift won
in 1 :15, King Crab second, Young Duke
One and one-sixteenth of a mile—ln
spector 18. won in 1:58 3 4 , Ballston se
cond, Tattler third.
Mile—Long Island won in I 'A2%, Ma
rauder second, Gray Dawn third.
Three-fourths of a mile —Cayuga won
in 1 tldf(, Mamie B. second, Benefit
One and one eigbtn of a mile —Elk-
wood won in 1:65};., Belle B. second,
Lucy H. third.
Three-fourths of a mile—Miracle won
in 1:15, Carnegie second, Theora third.
entries and weights.
I Furnished by courtesy of Kodman & Co.'s
New York, May 24.—Following are
the entries and weights for to-mcrrow's
events at Brooklyn:
One mile—Tennv 106, Longstreet 106,
Brait 121, Eolian "121, Glory 96, Tarra
gon 117, Reporter 101.
One and one-eighth miles —Ewins
115, Belvidere 115, Richmond 108, Be
linda 108, Frank Ward 103, Le Logas
103, Panama 102, Bronzomarte 112.
Bedford stakes, three-fourths of a mile
—Pr. Howard 118, Chesapsake 118,
Padishah 118, Tournament 118, Mucilage
118, Civil Bervice 118, Eimstone 118,
Ripley 118, Houston 118, Bronze and
Falcon stakes, one and one-sixteenth
mile—Jubal 107, Village Maid 93, De
ception 92, Gendarme 102, Sam Wood ;
112, Cortez 112, Storington 97, Brus
Two year-olds, five-eighths of a mile—
Grammercy 118, Bengf.line 118, Drizzle
118, Ballot Colt 118, Pr. Howard 118, l
Blackburn 118, Cara Mia 115.
Welter weights, three-quarters of a mile
—Ban Clocho 135, Reveller 120, Eolo
122, Biggonette 120, Bohemian 120, Blue
Rock 120, Brian Boru 118, Umpire 115,
Cincinnati, May 24—Following are
tbe entries and weights for to-morrow's
events at Latonia:
Selling, three-quarters of a mile—Ca- ■
milla 77, Morse 80, Charlotte J. 92, Cinch
94, Storyteller 94, Violette 95, Til. Javnes
99, Kate Malone 104, St. Leger 104, Yes.
Belle 105, Bettie L. 105, Cooperfield 110,
Santa Cruz 110, Duke of Highland 110,
One mile —Ben Hazem 100, Etruria
100, Bon. Maid 100, Virginius 100, Zulu
104. Coral 104, Lady Hemphill 104, Mon. '
One mile—Bettie Custer 100, Havilah
1-04, Myleptbah 104, Meekie H. 104,
Bethua 106, Bleßsing 106. Josie M. 106,
Brjndolette 100, May O. 106.
Handicap, fifteen-sixteenths of a mile
—Bonita 103, Quindaro Belle 90,Leontine
90, Boaster 95, Lefderkranz 95, Catalpa
108, Bonita Belle 95. Benedict 112, Tudor
10,1, Glendelia 90, Dad 105, Galen 107,
Tom Hood 105, Erebus, Prince Fortuna
One mile 500 yards—Br. Princess 96,
Tenacity 100, Jewel Ban 104, Spokane
111, Hypocrite 112, Montrose 112, Hunt
Selling, nine-sixteenths of a mile —
Willie M. 94, Miss Gibson 100, Tioga
103, Sunnvbrook 103, Romain 103,
Martha Page 104, Bamboro 94, Adele M.
106, Portlaw 114.
Knocked Down by a Cab) He Cap
tures the tabby and Gives 111 in
London, May 24—While Gladstone
was crossing Piccadilly, at its junction
with Berkeley street, last evening, he
was knocked down by a cab, which was
turning into tbe street at the same mo
ment. He was immediately assisted to
ti is feet by several spectators, and, find
ing himself unhurt, ha instantly ran after
the cab, which he stopped and detained
until the driver could be taken into cus
tody by the police. Gladstone attended
the Commons to-night and appeared to
Notary Public and Commissioner
for New York and Arizona, G. A. Dobinsor
-131 West Soraind street. Hollenbeok Block.
Strangers, Gall at E. Laventhal Ji Sons,
100 North Main street, for your wines, liquors
nnd cigars. Uoodß delivered free any pari of
Bathing and flshiHe at CataliDa. Don't forget
theexon slnu May SO h.
lIKST, SI KIM and CIIEAPKST
HEiTIEDI for SIOTHS iv Carpets,
Furniture and Wearing- Apparel,
I.m i; and IN«KCT!i ou IMiint" and
Trcee, ANTS, VERMIN on Sheep.
Cattle, Chickens, etc.
JOSEPH MEHLER, Sau Bernardino, Cal.,
Sole Agent for tho Pacific Coaat.
—FOR SALE BY—
C. F. Hi:i>/.Hili>, 182 V main St., j
LOS ANGELE?, CAL. mylBtf
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i Men's Straw Hats . . . " o 25; "
Boys' Straw Hats . . " o 25; "
' Boys' Smmmer Suits . " 1 10;
Men's Suits, Nobby Patterns, at prices that beat the ti .
Suits for $4.35, $6.00, $7.50, $8.50, $9.00, $to.oo, |i
Suits for $13.50, $15 00, $16.50,518.00, $20.00, $22.50, $
Our Low Prices and Attractive Store have a
placed us iv the lead. Did you see the rush we ha
Saturday ? We are doing business on Eastern prin
That's what takes. Our goods are all new, no old shop
goods on our counters. Plenty of choice patterns. Pa
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Cor. Main and Requena Sts. ?
UNDER NEW UNITED STATES HOTEL.
Retiring from the Clothing Business
WILL SELL YOU
SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS,
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING,
FOE ONE-HALF WHICH YOU HAVE TO PAY ELSEWHERE.
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SAN DIEGO COUNTY,
Is the Most Remarkable
On the continent of America.
The atmosphere around it ia of that
wooing, soothing, genial nature whioh
makes the climate of tho peninsula
whereon tbis gorgeouß structure stands
at once preservative aud restorative.
The Coronado Natural Min
Used at the Hotel is pure and wholesome,
and has been the means of curing many
visitors who Arrived there suffering from
kidney troubles. It is a pleasant bever
age for ordinary use, and sUnds far
ahead of any imported or artificial water
for table use. It is iv excellent and in
xigoratlng tonic for Ihe whole bodily
system, aud is fan gainiug a high repu
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E. S. BABCOCK, Jr., Manager.
Maps showing floor plaus, also rates,
can be ascertained and printed matter
to be had at the
Hotel del Coronado
Excursion and Information
Cor. Spring and Franklin Sts.,
Near the Santa Fe Office,
LOB ANGELES : : CALIFORNIA.
Real Estate Broker.
HOUSES & STORES TO RENT.
All Business Promptly Attended to.
101 North Main Street,
FOR MEN ONLY!
■ nnCITIIfC For LOST or FAIXIKG MANHOOD:
A rUSI I lit General anj NERVOUS DEBILITY;
rtTTT) _% Weakness of Bodyand Mind: Effects
\J U XV Xi of Errors or Excesses in Old or Young.
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AUCTION 8 IEES.
Auction aad Coramission r
NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECONb ST.
Peremptory Sales of New and Seoc. '
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22,
At 10 A. H. and 2 p. m.
AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AN.'
BIAGES ON SATURDAYS.
MEN O. KHOADES Auctlouiotj.
W. C. FURRRY
Full Stock at Lowest Price*
The finest stock of GARDEN HOSE in the cits'.
LAWN SPRINKLERS in every variety.
PUMPS for destroying the scale bugasreolaMf-.
THE MODEL GRAND RANGE, the teat! t of
METAL ROOFING and SANITARY PI
Will the pnblic kindly give me a o*ll.
81 and 61 N. Spring St.
116 S. Fort St
IT STANDS AT THE HEAP.
SEE IT BEFORE BUYING A MACH
The only place In this city where ne«
Machines can be had, is at
207 SOUTH SPRING STREET
my2l lm R. A. DAVIS, JR., AK'-itt.
O. B. FULLER & CO.,
. Successors to McLain * Lehman.)
Pioneer Tmcfe and Transfer Ca
No. 8 Mabiit St., Los Anoxlkb, Oal.
Safe and Piano Moving. All kinds of Track Wort
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