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EASTERN HAPPENINGS.
A Young Lady Foully Mur
dered in Arkansas.
THE CRIME BPEEDILY AVENGED.
Continued Activity Among: the Da
kota Boomers—Numerous
Disasters.
Associated Press Dispatches to the Hbealb.
Crawfordhville, Ark., February 13 —
Miss Ada Goss, daughter of a prominent
citizen, disappeared last night, and Hub
morning her body was found in a field.
She Had been assaulted and murdered,
having been hacked with a hatchet and
shot through the body. Suspicion
pointed toward George Corvett, a distant
relative of the family, and with whom
Goss had much trouble. His wife said
he came home Intoxicated last night and
told her he had outraged and murdered
Miss Goss. The infuriated people seized
Corvett, took him to the scene of the
murder, and with an axe cut off hie arms
and then severed his head from his body.
THE DAKOTA UOOMEBS.
Ice On the Missouri Becoming Dan
gerous for Crossing.
St. Paul, February 13. —A Pioneer
Press Chamberlain special says: Com
missioner of the General Land Office
Groff has notified Special Agent Gordon
that the rights of Indian settlers must be
secured. The entire tract occupied by the
townsite at Lower Brule had previously
been selected by the Indians as allot
ment land, and under this order all new
comers will be immediately removed.
Troops arrived tqday to eject them. The
crowd still continues to pour in. The ice
on the rivor is bacomiDg absolutely un
safe, and unless the weather turns colder
crossing will be positively dangerous
within twenty-four hours.
A Pierre, S. D., special says: Building
is going on rapidly on the reservation,
and quite a number of fights have taken
place. The citizens have formed a vig
ilance committee, and claim-jumpors
will bo severely dealt with.
Selling to the British.
Trenton, N. J., February 13.—A cable
from England was received by the rub
ber men in this city Thursday, to the
effect that the English syndicate with
whom a party of representatives of tn.fi
Trenton rubber men had gone to nego
tiate, had agreed upon the terms of the
Trenton men, somewhat modified, for
the sale of the whole rubber interest in
this country. The manufacturers met
Wednesday night and approved the
modifications, and the deal may now be
considered consummated. The amount
of the deal will be about $1,000,000.
Horse Sales.
Lexington, Ky., February 13.—Fol
lowing are some of the principal horse
sales today: Nutwood, b.h., J. Woodford,
Mount Sterling, $3,500; Fitzgerald's En
terprise, eh. ti., F. Hollock, Blooming
ton, 111., $1,720; Bird Cooke, b. h., Wil
liam Aiken, Evansville, Ind., $4,025;
Fugalia, br. m., Asa Spohr, Winchester,
Ky., $2,500; King Russell, bay colt, 4,
by Lord Russell, George Fuller, Menne
sela, Minn., $1,650; Waukesha, bay colt,
S. E. Lirrabee, Deer Lodge, Mont.,
$580.
A Methodist Celebration.
Nbw York, February 13.—The Metro
politan opera house was crowded tonight,
the event being the centennial of the
Methodist Book Concern and the seven
tieth anniversary of the Missionary Soci
ety. The completion of the handsome
new publishing house of the Methodist
Episcopal Church wa3 also celebrated.
Many of the most prominent Methodist
workers in the country were on the plat
form.
A Chicago Fire.
Chicago, February 13.—The southern
half of the great wholesale block owned
by J. V. Farwell & Company was gutted
by fire this morning. The occupants
were Taylor Bros., hats, and
Wolf Bros., clothing. The loss is
half a million dollars; insured. Farwell's
great dry goods stock was saved by a
fire-wall. One fireman was badly hurt.
International Copyright.
New York, February 13.—The Ameri
can Newspaper Publishers' Association
today adonted a resolution favoring the
international copyright bill proposed,
and expressing sympathy with the efforts
of American authors to obtain fuller se
curity for their literary property.
, An Order to Show Cause.
Buffalo, N. V., February 13.—Judge
Corlett today issued an order on P. P.
Johnston, as President of the National
Trotting Association, and the association,
to show cause February 24th why they
should not be judged guilty of contempt
in suspending (he horses Nelson and
Alcryon and their owner 3 from the asso
ciation.
>-(>ld Hutch" and Hia Clerk.
Chicago, February 13.—Burt Stoner,
the settling clerk!} said to have cheated
the noted Board of Trade speculator,
"Old Hutch," out of several thousand
dollars and fled to Canada, was back to
work today in Hutchinson's office. Upon
what basis their old relations were re
sumed could not be ascertained. Both
declined to talk.
A Brakemau'i Carelessness.
Bellevue, Ohio, February 13. —
Through the carelessness of a brakeman
leaving a switch open tonight, a Lake
Shore accommodation ran into a siding
and collided with a light engine. Two
firemen were fatally injured, the en
gineer and conductor were badly hurt
and passengers badly shaken up.
A Baltimore Sensation.
Baltimore, February 13.—The report
is in general circulation tbat the man
ager of a European steamship line who
recently sailed for Europe, is a defaulter
to a large amount. It is also stated that
he took with him a woman not his wife.
A Montana matricide.
Butte, Mont., February 13.—Thomas
Bryant, aged 16, shot and killed his
mother yesterday. He was endeavoring
to steal her savings, $300. She discov
ered him in the act and tried to prevent
him. The matricide has been arrested
Struck by a Train.
Newark, 0., February 13.—A street
car waa struck by a Pan-tiandle train to
night and wrecked. One passenger waa
fatally injured, and three others badly
hurt.
Still a Myitsry.
Tkwtoh N. J., February 18 —Th*
Grand Jury, after considering the my&
teri ;or KuitTdu tnordav easa, found no
bill against Dr. Kniffdn or Miss Parcel!
Botb ware remaned
f'HH LOS AJVGELBS DAILY HJKRALI): FKIDAY MOKKIJNG. FEBRUARY 14, 1890.
ITIYSTEHIOtJS DISAPPEARANCE.
An Episcopal Delegate Thought
to Have Been Shanghaied.
Modesto, Cal , February 13— Harry
French went to San Francisco February
3rd as a lay delegate to the Episcopal
Convention, accompanied by his wife
and little son. He expected to return
on the Cth inst., but telegraphed that he
was going to Sacramento and would ar
rive at Modesto on Saturday last. Since
that date nothing has been heard from
him, and fears are entertained that be
has met with foul play, and
is believed to have been Bhanahaied,
being formerly a sailor in the English
service. The missing man was exemplary
in his habits, and had about $700 in his
possession to release a mortgage held in
San Francisco. His wife, who is still in
San Francisco, telegraphed today that no
tidings had yet been heard of him. Hie
friends and relatives at Modesto are very
apprehensive of some serious mishap.
French has been employed in the ab
stract bureau of Tucker & Perley for the
past four years.
THE FESTIVE JOURNALISTS.
M;ht-Scelng, Feasting and Dancing
at The Needles.
The Needles, Cal., February 13.—Be
tween 8 and 9 o'clock members of the
Editorial Association of Southern Cali
fornia arrived in The Needles over the
Atlantic and Pacific railroad this morn
ing, and were entertained by the citi
zens. A visit to the cantilever bridge on
the Colorado river, revealed the fact that
the Atlantic and Pacific railroad is build
ing one of the most remarkable bridges
in the world. Upon the return of the
party to The Needles, a feast was pre
pared for them. Complimentary speeches
and appropriate toasts were made. To
night the gay crowd are enjoying a social
hop, and will leave over the Atlantic and
Pacific road for their homes a little after
midnight.
WHO IN MIL?
An Unknown tti'maii Tries to
Strangle Her New-Horn Babo.
San Diego, February 13. —A woman,
whose name is unknown, rented a room
here today. She not reappearing, the
landlady went to the room, but could
get no answer from inside. She called
assistance, and returning to the room
heard the cry of a child within. Sus
pecting something, they summoned a
physician. When the door was broken
open the mother was found bending over
a child, trying to smother it. The child
was taken from her, and she was placed
in bed, under |;uard. She absolutely re
fuses to give her name, but save she
lives in New York, where her husband
now is.
The I'lontaua Senators.
Portland, Ore., February 13.—Joseph
A. Baker, D. J. Hennessey, Wm. Thorn
ton, W. T. Beaker, S. G. Redd and Wm.
Parbury, Democratic members of the
Montana State Senate, are here. Sena
tor Baker stated that the foundation of
the whole trouble lies with the commis
sioners of Silver Bow county, who threw
out the vote of Precinct 34, thus giving
the Republicans a majority in the Legis
lature. "We left the State," said Mr.
Baker, "to break the quorum, which we
could not do otherwise. Then we de
cided to block business. We shall re
main from Montana nntil the Legislature
adjourns sine die."
Cottage* It timed.
San Jose, February 13. —Two cottages
rented by F. A. Coo and Otto Bosch,
were burned this evening. Coe loat all
his household goods. Most of Bosch's
were saved. The fire originated from the
explosion of a coal oil lamp in Coe's
house, during the temporary absence of
the inmates. The owner's loss is $3,000;
insurance, $1 800. Coe's loss is $1,500;
insurance, $1,200.
Accidental Drowning.
San Jose, February 13. —A body dis
covered in the Guadalupe creek, about a
mile and a half north of town this after
noon, proved to be John Hanson, missing
since January 23d. The Coroner's jury
rendered a verdict of accidental drown
ing. Hanson was last seen at Redwood
City, whore he went to collect $400.
Waterman at Anaheim.
Anaheim, February 13 —Governor
Waterman and wife and Mrs. Rice, of
San Bernardino, accompanied by Colonel
L. S. Butler. Major A. W. Barrett, Major
M. T. Owens and Hervey Lindley, ar
rived here this evening, and will be ten
dered a reception at the opera house by
the citizens of Anaheim.
Stepped In I V out of a Train.
San Francisco, February 13. —This
afternoon, as the overland train was
passing a small station in Berkeley,
Cab, W. ISelson, one of the laborers at
work on the road, accidentally stepped
in front of the locomotive, and was run
over and killed.
Third Trial for Murder.
Portland, Ore., February 13. —The
third trial of Sandy Olds for the murder
of Emil Weber, began in the State Cir
cuit Court today. The entire day was
consumed in examining jurors, and only
four were accepted when the court ad
journed,
'*•«!«• Mayne Jurr Discharged.
San Diego, February 13.—The jury in
the Mayne murder case, second trial,
was discharged late tonight, being un
able to agree. The jury stood seven for
conviction and five for acquittal.
San tint mm Guards.
San Quentin, February 13 —The guards
have succeeded in getting eight hours'
duty, instead of twelve. Guards have
been arriving lately at the rate of twa or
three a day, until there are now sixty
guards on duty.
Negroes Hanged.
Perry. Ga., February 13 —Jim Butts
and Ed Johnston, negroeß, were hanged
today for tho murder of Captain Miller,
a farmer.
CATARRH.
Catarrhal Deafness—Hay Fever—A
New Home Treatment.
Sufferers are not generally aware that these
diseases are contagious, or that they are due to
the presence of living parastti s iv the lining
membrane of the nose and eustachian tubes.
Mlcroscopin research, however, has proved
this to be a fact, and the result of this discov
ery i< tbat a simple remedy hss been formu
lated whereby catarrh, catarrhal deafness and
hay fever are permanently cured in from one
to three simple applications made at home by
the patient once In two weeks.
N. B.—This treatment is not a snuff or an
ointment: both have been discarded by reputa
ble physicians as injurious. A pamphlet ex
plaining this new treatment Is sent on receipt
«f three cents by A. H. Dixon & Son, 337 and
339 West King street, Toronto, Canada.—l Med
ical Adviser.
Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should
carefully read the above.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you
Stoves Sold on Installments,
F. E. Brown's. No. 136 South Main street.
Harris, the Hatter
And gen's' {urnUher, 20-1 B. opring St.. oppo
site tho Hollenbeck
Children €ry for Pitchers Castoria^
miBCEI.I.ANKaU"
i 5 Cents Per Yard • SPECIAL " Wo ' tn 9 and lOc
> lli Cent! Fcr lard - - Worth He
lO Cents Per Yard - ffl AT\t\lT A IT - Wor>h 15 and 17r.
15 Cents Per Yard - j llfl-'llll \ "** " rt 11 * v and 30c
82 Cents Per Yard - - Worth 40 and 45c
26 Cent* Per Yard - I 1 jP|7CI " Worth 60 and 60c
35 Cents Per Yard - LHULOt - Worth 05 and 75c
satTne¥!
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
worth io cents Q GENTS worth io cents
WORTH 12% CENTS Q O-EISiTS WOKTH IS2' .. CEM IS
WORTH 15 CENTS \\ CENTS WORTH 15 CENTS
WORTH t«% tiENTS OEJNTfc* WORTH 16% CENT*
WORTH 20 CENTS WORTH 20 CENTS
II KID GLOVES
"THE ■« COULTER"
la the brand of Oar New Kid Glove imported direci from Germany.
We guarantee the fit and to be nothing but genuine kid. Gloves fitted to
the hand.
OUR PRICE, OUR PRICE, OCR PRICE, I
$125 $1.50 $175 i
SATISFACTION" GrTJAIiANTEED.
~ I have Good liwsiirals for Capitas Some of Windi are:
FOB SALE —One of the best paying livery and hack bu inesees in the city; will take
part good property.
FOR SALE—A very desirable piece of Spring-street properly.
FOR SALE—Some very desirable building lots in tha "'Crown Hills" and "Nob
Hill portions of the city, very lew to relieve a pressing necessity.
FOR bALE —A very highly improved orange anu walnut orchard for $75,000,
which for this and two preceding years has paid NKT 10 per cent, per annum
and over, on price asked. This is a rare investment and a handsomo home.
FOR S ALE —From 10,000 to 30,000 acres of tbe finest fruit and grain land* in
Southern California for Colonies. This property is all under the best water
system, with unlimited quantities; will be ffold very low and on eisy terms.
FOR B ALE—I,IOO rich valley land; well watered; just the property for a success
ful stock-breeding farm.
FOR RENT—Two fine suites of two rooms each, in the Panorama building, Mam
street. Good rooms for commission or professional business; rent $15 a suite.
FOR RENT—4O room, furnished house; centrally located; rent low for desirable
tenant. . . . . ,
FOR EXCHANGE—For residence in city, a lovely orange and fru;t orchard in
beautiful Duarte; plenty of water.
SPECIAL BARGAINS—Three lots on Figueroa and two on Adams streets, at less
than assessment priceß.
I have other city and country property, dodrable and at low figureß. Call and if I
haven't what you want I will get it.
u 2 4.im J. 8 VAN POREjN, 34 N. Spring St.
TO THERMIC!
With a desire to meet the popular demand
for cheap illumination, and wki-ing to en
courage the use of ga- for cooking, heating
and manufactaiing purposes (for which it is
particularly adaptsdj, we beg to announce
thattu
MARCH 1,1890,
The price Of gas will be reduced to the rate now
prevailing in Ban Francisco, namely,
Two Dollars Per One Thousand
Cubic Feet.
LOS AUGELES LIGHTING COMPANY
By W.B. CLINK, President.
Los Angeles. Cel.. Feb. 13,1890. fel3-l<n_
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GEO. W. COOKE ft CO.,
—WHOLESALE—
Paper Dealers and BoofcMifc
108 Nortii Eos Angeles rUreti, J
LOB AKGISUto. OAL. B*l
A.l YTrflTft'aT Take no shoes nnlesfl
CAUTION k s»onr„e
bottom. If the dealer cannot supply you,
semi direct to factory, enclosing advertised
WfL DOUb'LAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Fine Calf, Heavy Laced Grain and Creed
moor Waterproof. , _ .
Best lis tho world. Examine Ids
85.00 GENUINE HAN D-SKWKI) SHOE.
$4.00 HAM>-SKWKI> Wi l l SIIOK.
811.50 POLICE AM) FARM EES' SHOE.
*S.f><> EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
85.25 & 8S WOKKINti M EN S SHOES.
BS.OU and 81.75 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All made lv Congress, Hut ton aud Lace.
$3 & $2 SHOES ladies.
•1.75 SHOE FOR MISSES.
Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting.
W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold ry
MASSACHUSETTS
Boot and Shoe House,
Sole Agents for Los Angelei.
fl-5m 83 WEST FIRST ST.
Ie thorough in its work of cleansing the
system of all impurities in a very short
time, and is considered by those having
used it as a SPECIFIC in
DYSPEPSIA,
Constipation, Loss o Appetite,
j GENERAL MiRVOUSNKSS.
Jcive it a Trial Mold Every where |
il-sta M. L. 6TARIN, I'MtStDIKT, J
REISCEEEANEOVS.
MOLLEIIITIir
LEADING CLOTHIERS,
N. W. Cor. Spring and First Sts.
Are still giving 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all
OVERCOATS !
And 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all Men's and Boys'
Fiae Mm, Gents' Fflraisiiig Goods,
HATS, VALISES, ETC.
Save money while you can, as our GREAT DISCOUNT SALE will
continue but for a few days longer.
MULLEN, BLUETT & CO.
Corner Spring and First Streets.
fl-5m
Having Purchased the Entire Stock of
FURNITURE
Of the Late Firm of
WALTON & WACHTEL
I offer the same to either dealers or private parties
AT LESS THAN ACTUAL COST
I have determined to close out the stock as soon as possible.
Intending purchasers will serve their interests by giving
me a call.
J. V. WACHTEL,
312, 314 AND 316 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
ivt
NOTICE TO. THE PUBLIC.
I am selling out my enure
H. 33. ADAMS,
Sportsmen's Emporium, 18 Commercial Street,
T.O-a ATSTGrELESi, OAL- jaisim
HOTEL.*) AND HE&TAT RANTS.
ILTIOH'S
RESTAURANT !
Everything New and i irst-CTass.
41 aud 43 N. ITlttin Street.
029 tf JEBRY ILLICH, Proprietor.
MAISON DOREE
RESTAURANT.
Everything First Class.
KEQULAR - FRENCH MEALS AT 30 CENTS,
including wln£.
227 and 231 West First Street,
f4 tf Between Spring and Fort.
Ihe An *wtii ad Hot Springs
Finest Mountain Hotel and Health Resort
in Boulhurn California.
Two Thousand Feet Above tbe Sea.
A complete charge of climate from that of
Los Angeles, Free from Frost, Keg, Dust,
Mud, Malaria, Fleas aud Mosquitoes.
Wonderful Hot Mineral Waters.
The Arrowhead Hotel and Hot Springs
have a rare combination of advantages as a
winter retort. In respect to location,
scenery and climiite they are unsurpassed
The mineral waters are as good as any In
the world. The hotel accommodates ISO
gueßts, and Is flrs.tclass in every respect.
No pains are spared to make It home-like,
restful and attractive. For full particu
lars aud descriptive circulars, write to the
manager. Address,
I "Wm. M.. TXSIj.A.ILj!E,
Arrowhead Spring;*.
I a2»-aja BiN BCKS.'.RU!KO COVNIA ,CAI»
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Tlie Los Angeles Optical Institute.
N. STRASSBURGER,
Scientific and Practical Optician,
Strictly Reliable.
209 N. MAIN STREET,
Opposite New U. S. Hotel.
Testing of eyes FREE by the latest improved
methods. Physicians prescriptions and mail
orders carf fully filled. Artificial eyes inserted
without pain. lenses to order
oh premises a specialty. } 14 tf
THIS IS NOT OUR WAY
This is OUR WAY of fitting glasae
We make the correct scientific adjusting of
glasses and frames our specialty, and guar
antee perfect fit. Testing of the eyes free.
PACIFIC OPTICAL INSTITUTE
NO. 114 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
Bet. First and Second Sts. j3 3m
3STKW HOUSE.
Wagon Material, Hardwood,
Iron, Steel,
Blacksmiths' Coal ana Tools,
Cabinet Woods, ate.
JOHN WIGMORE,
18 aad 16 SoFtb. Lot Aiafeiea street,
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