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Misdirected Federal Author- ity in Florida. CRIMES RESULTING THEREFROM A Railway President Favers Govern mental Control of the Railroads. Aisociatod Press Dispatches to the Herald. Washington, February 20.—There was a warm debate in the Senate today over Chandler's resolution calling on the At torney General for information as to the killing of Deputy Marshal Saunders in Florida. Pasco, of Florida, made an address. He had read newspaper com ments and documents denunciatory of the conduct in* racter of the FttJ "-- Court of the Northern District of Florida, and its officers. These representations, he said, might throw some light on the causes leading up to the killing. He offered an amendment directing the At torney General to inform the Senate whether any effort had been made to correct the action of the officers of the court, which resulted in partisan juries, etc. Hawley followed, speaking warmly. He resented Pasco's reference to Deputy Saunders as not a good man,as giving the inference that there would not have been much objection to the killing if it could have been done in a less objectionable way. He wished Pasco to understand distinctly that his speech was regarded by the Republican Senators as an attempt to make a sort of left-handed apology for the murder and evade an investigation. Call spoke of outrages committed by Federal officers in Florida, and said it was such that led mieguided men to re coct to lawless acts. The Senator from New Hampshire (Chandler) was respon sible for murders in Florida and the de struction of the happiness of households there by emissaries of his. Chandler said many indictments had been found in Florida, and attempts had been made to arrest and try the offend ers. The Democrats of Florida, as a body, in the section of the State where these election frauds were committed, were engaged in the defense of those criminals, by killing witnesses and Dep uty Marshals, aud there waa in that section of the State an absolute rebellion against and defiance of the laws of the United States. Continuing his remarks, Chandler said the Governor of Florida and the Sena tors of that State, instead of trying to secure the arrest and punishment of the criminals, are here trying to prevent the confirmation of the Judge, District Attor ney and Marshal whose business it is to punish election frauds in the State of Florida, if they can do so by lawful means. Pasco's amendment was laid on the table and Chandler's resolution was agreed to. A H ATION ACiIKT I OJB A. A Hallway President Wants tbe I'OTernmeat to Own the Roa.de. Chicago, February 20. —President Blackstone, of the Alton road, today issued the annual report of the operations of that company, and also treating at great length the subject of legislation. He asserts that all railroad property has been g'oatly oppressed by State and Gov ernment legislation. He says: "We should not complain unless prepared to suggest a remedy," and goes on to outline a suggestion that the United States shall acquire the ownership of the railroads now us?d in interstate traffic, such rail roads to be acquirpd by the exorcise of tha right of eminent domain or pur chase. For the purchase be suggests the issue of Government bonds bearing three per cent., redeemed by the annual application of a sinking fund equal in amount to one per cent, of the bonds is sued. The* annual interest and sinking fund will be paid from the net earnings of the roads and rates reduced from year to year to provide no more money than is needed for the payments. Olher details are elaborated at length. Among them is a proposal that the Government roads and the making of rates be vested in a National Board of Railway Directors, and that employees, after one year's ser vice, shall not be subject to discharge without cause and proper investigation. To Further Restrict Lotteries- Washington, February 20. —Senator Sawyer introduced a bill today amending certain sections of tbe Revised Statutes regarding lotteries, providing that no letter or circular concerning the adver tisement of lotteries) shall be sent, through the mails. It provides penalties, and authorizes the Postmaster- General to instruct postmasters to return registered letters sent in answer to snch advertisements to the pereons who mailed them, with the word "Fraud" stamped on the outside. Bend Purchase* Stopped. j Washington, February 20 —No more | four per cent, bonds will be purchased by the Treasury Department till further no tice. The total amount purchased on this account is about $12,000,000, of which $7,000,000 was surrendered under the first call for a reduction of tbe funds of the 80 b inks'.included in the second class. A favorable response has been received from sixty-five, which surren dered over $5,000,000 in Government bonds, thirty-two going out of the system altogether. The Reading- Ranch Litigation. New York, February 20. — Fannie Reading claims that in 1871 she agreed to give James B. Haggin her right in the Reading ranch on the Sacramento river, 2,000 acres, if he purchased the mortgage ard indebtedness left by her husband, and upon selling the estate to give her a third of the proceeds. She holds that he rendered a meager accounting, and sues for a complete one. Judge Ingrsham gave judgment for her, overruling the de murrer of Haggin. The latter, however, was given leave to answer. Smith Wants to light Kilrain. Denver, February 20 —Ed Smith, the champion pugilist, of Colorado and a prominent candidate for first honors among sporting men, issued a chal lenge to Jake Kilrain to spar fifteen rounds, Marquis of Qtieens berrv rules, for a purse of $1,000 to $2,000, the match to be for points and to come off within eight weeks in this city; or. if Kilrain prefers, he will fight him to a finish. Arrlyed at Qutenatawn. QoKBNSTovyw, February 20 — The steamer Germanic, from New York, has arrived. rtfH LOS AUGELES DAILY HERALD: FBH»aV w*»KIfMSG. FEBRUARY 21, 1890 FIVE DRESS NOTES FOR WOMEN. The Dude t ostu me *• retn tne Pap ular C olor for Spring. The smart girl who likes to create a sensation, says the New York Sun, may imitate her English sister and appear at the first fancy dance to which she goes the "Dude." The costume consists of a very finely plaited skirt of black diagonal cloth that reaches half way between the knee and ankle. • There is an exposing expanse of piauv* shirt bosom, over which a low-cut wait coat of white brocade is buttoned. A directoire coat of black satin, with long narrow coat tails, wide rovers, and deep cuffs, properly decorated with cut steel buttons is then assumed. The collar is very high, and a stock of white lawn is . worn. Black silk hose and patent leather shoes, with paste buckles drees the feet, while the hands are hidden under black undressed kid. A stick of natural wood with some fancy and exag gerated handle is carried, and the mono cle is worn in a way that would delight the heart of a variety actress, and is swagger enough to suit the most invet erate JohL*!! v ' Whether the chemise is in fashion c r not, Mrs. Langtry wears one. And cei tainly hers don't make her bodice fit bully, for if ever there was a worn n whose clothes did fit as if she were melted and poured into them she was the happy creature. Her chemises wore of the finest lawn in rose, mauve or blue, with tiny white spots up in them; the neck wa9 shaped to fit her shoulders, and an elaborate lace yoke set in, High upon one side were the interlaced L. L.'s and the three plumes, or the fleur de lis, which ehe has claimed for her own. In length these would be the delight of one's grandmother, for they reach al most to the ankle, and the edge is fin ished with a simple hemstitching. If you bave dark hair, do not let any body persuade you into wearing it in a full heavy bang; leave that to the un fortunate blondes, who, according to sta tistics, do not marry. Instead, if you possibly can, have your hair parted and brushed back with just one or two soft locks curled a little. Frizzly black hair is as bad form as that which gains its sunshine from peroxide of hydrogen. You want your black hair to shine like your diamonds. In your heart of hearts you ought to be satisfied with it, for fickle Monsieur Worth says that nothing de lights his soul so much as to make a gown for a dark-haired woman. There is no earthly use in a blonde trying to turn her locks to auburn. This color is only pro duced by using the peroxide on dark hair, and even then great care has to he taken that too much is not used, else it will be lighter than the Titian red desired. Green will be the color of the spring, aud as our artistic tastes have improved, we realize that there is only one shade besides golden brown that is absolutely adapted' to it, and that is violet; if you doubt it, just look at a bunch of violets surrounded by the leaves. It is a historic combination, for when Potrarch first saw Laura, as she was com ing out of church, she wore a gown of green velvet looped with bunches of vio lets. Pink and yellow, the combination Felix bo likes for evening gowns, was used by the royal lover Louis when he presented his first bouquet t > Louise La Vailliere; it was of pink and yellow rose buds tied with long ribbons of pink and yellow satin. At one time, when the Orangemen had no respect even for the caprices of a woman, and wanted one, a good Catholic, to assume the orange knot, she defeated them by saying that not only would she wear a ribbon of or ange, but it should form a part of the costume, so ehe appeared in a gown of black and orange. To this they could say nothing, and yet she was wearing the color of the Papal guard, of the most Catholic of gentlemen, Lord Baltimore, and of the Dublin university. The wit of one woman amounted to more than all the rancorous feeling of a regiment of Orangemen. The woman who finds that the lacing in the back of her corsets will show through her bodice finds the rem edy in choosing another lace; the chances are that she has a round cord, or else somebody has convinced her that a rubber lace is desirable. What she wants to do is to pay 50 cents for a long flat silk lace which will out wear any of the others, and will never announce its existence except by being easy to pull when she wishes to tighten her stays. RIDDLEBERGER'S EPITAPH. And tbe Amu> 1 ii k circumstaaces Under which be Composed It. "So poor Riddleberger is dead," paid tho proprietor of a famous Washington restaurant where the Virginian readjus !er often ate his steamed oysters. "Well, be was the wisest man in one respect," added tho oysterman, "that I ever knew." "How was that?" ] "He came in here one night with a friend nnd ordered a'pack.' Both wore flushed and jolly, and they kept up a fusillade of jokes on everything in eiftht. "Finally the oysters came. The colored boy set them down in style and they looked fine. Tiie sliced cabbage was fresh, the pickles were prime, and I was then using fifty-cent butter made by a Pennsylvania Quaker down near Mount Vernon. "There was a big chunk of the sweetest butter you ever saw, as yellow as a dandelion, on Riddleberger's oysters. His eyes snapped as intelligently as if he were sober, and in half a second he had hie pistol at that darky's nose. "Oh, it was funny. That boy turned green with fright, and Riddleberger tot tered to his feet and began a speech, the pistol in his hand. 'You d—d ornery nigger you! To put butter on my steamed oysters! You ought to go down to Danville and be shot in Johnnie Wise's kitchen I' "He talked away for twenty minutes, handling that pistol in a fearfully care less manner, the darky boy trembling and bulging out his eyes. By and by, Riddleberger cooled down and quit. He closed with an appeal to the colored race to spare such an exquisitely delicate and toothsome thing as tbe poor defenceless, innocent oyster from the brutality of melted butter. "The last thing he said was: 'When I die I want it engraved on my tombstone: : 'HEBE LTBB A MAN WHO ABHOBEED: : BUTTER ON OYSTEBB.' | "Then I gave the Senator a beautiful dish without butter, keeping another customer, for whom it was Bteamed, waiting until he was mad. The poor darky I sent down stairs to sit down and recover gradually, giving him the offend ing buttered oysters as consolation." —[N. Y. Bun. Of the first stain or speck beware That on your teeth you may espy. • There Is by far more danger there, Than at the moment meets the eye. Vie 80ZODONT without delay, And thus arrest the first decay. WHY WILL YOUcough when Shiioh's Cure will give Immediate relief. Price 10 cents, 60 cents and $1. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 122 North Main street i Baggy robes and blanket* at Foy'a harness shop, 217 ' at .lugaleastreet. DOLLAR I J| 00 I DOLLAR I 2S PIECES, 24 INCHES WIDE, ! All Pure Silk; Guaranteed to Wash; and Fast Colors GLORIOSAS NEW DRESS FABRIC. ffe ft NEW DRESS FABRIC, PURE WOOL AND I SIP PURE WOOL AND SILK, COHT 80c A W% «fl |j SILK, COST 80c A YARD TO IMPORT. 111 H YARD TO IMPORT. 16-PIECES-16 A YARD 16-PIFCES-16 PLAID DRESS GINGHAMS, worth BKc, at 5c a yard. FANCY DRESS GINGHAMS, worth 10c at 6c a yard. FANCY DRESS GINGHAMS, worth 12>£c at 8c a yard. LATEST NOVELTIES In GINGHAMS, CHAMBRAYS, OUTING CLOTHS, FRENCH AND ENGLISH SATEENS, AMERICAN SATEENS, just received. WATCH OUR FRONT WINDOWS FOR BARGAINS. 201, 20S. 205 South Spring St., Corner jj I have Good Invesfmenis fur Capita*, Some or Mch are: FOB SALE—One of the best paying livery and hack businesses in the city; will take part good property. FOR BALE—A very desirable piece of Spring-street property. FOR SALE—Some very desirable building lots in the "Crown Hills" and "Nob Hill portions of the ci'y. very low to relieve a pressing necessity. FOR f"ALI ( —A very highly improved o/anne ami walnut orchard for $75,000, which for ttiis and two preceding yeara has paid NET 10 per cent, per annum and over, on price asked This in a rare; investment ami a handsome home. FOR S vLE —From 10,000 to 30,000 acres of the finest fruit and grain lands in Southern California for Colonies. This property is all under the beat water system, with unlimited quantities; will be sold very low and on e.sy terms. FOR r-ALE —1,100 rich volley usnd; vt ell watered; just the property for a success ful stock-breeding farm. FOR BKNT —Two fine suites of two rooms each, in the Panoiama building, Main street. Good rooms for commias-ion 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 fruit orchard in beautiful Puarte; plenty of water. SPECIAL BARGAINS—Three lots on Figueroa and two on Adams streets, at lees than assessment pr'ces. _ I bave other city and country property, desirable and at low figures. Call and if I haven't what you want I will get it. , i2 4-im J. R VAN D REN, 34 N. Spring St. |Si IllßovrHMildfO! Fn » I /EXTRA FAMILY \ J S Q § STOCKTON MILUNGCC 11 ty» _ | STOCKTON.CALiFORINA. % * w j§ San Francisco Office, || r-\ S I 319 California Street. J * * GRAND OPEiNING BY JOE POHEIM, The Tailor, Of an Immense stock of fiae Spriug and 9nm mer Goods, such as have never been exhibited on this Coast. Fine tailoring at metiers c pricea. Elegant Business Suitsmade to order from $2=; 00 Stylish Pants made to order from • o.ou Fine Silk-lined Overcoats made to order from So.W Stylish Eng ish WalkiDg Suits made to order from 30 00 Fine French Pique snd Beaver Suits made to order from 40 ou And all other garments In like proportion. These are prices never offered before- All garments made by first-class mechanics. Perfect fit, best of trimmings and workmanship guaranteed or no sale. JOE POHEIM, The Tailor, 141 and 143 South Spring street, Bryson-Bonebrake block, Los Angeles. 203 Montgomery St., 724 Market st., 1.110 and 1,112 Market st., San Francisco. 600 J hi., cor. Sixth, Sacramento, Cal. 105, 107 and 109 Santa Clara st, San Jose, Cal. „ 1 - M - Sts Mariposa st, under Grand Central hotel, Fresno, Cal. 1.021 and 1,023 Fourth St., San Ui£go. Cai. 73 Morrison bi„ Portland, Or. ________ GEO. W. COOKE ft CO., -WHOLESALE- Pap Dealers and BoofeWnto. 108 North Lm Angeles Street. LOS AKQgLE OAL. » rf HAITTIfIN W?2. YAw A Iwll price aro stamped on tho bottom. If tho dealer cannot supply yoa, send direct to factory, enclosing advertnu-<t W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. Fine Calf, Heavy Laced Grain and Creed moor Waterproof. _ , Best in tho world. Examinehia 85.00 GENUINE HANW-SKWKI) SnOB, 84.00 HAXD-SEIVKO WKLT SHOE. ■3.50 POLICE AMI FAHMKKS' SHOE. #3.00 EXTRA VALUE CAM" SHOE. 83.25 * 83 WORKING MEN'S SHOES. 83.00 ami 81.75 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. All made in Congress, Button and Lace. $3 & $2 SHOES ladles. 81.75 SHOE FOR MISSES. Best Material. Beat Style. Best Fitting. W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold fy MASSACHUSETTS Boot and Snoe House, Bole Agents for Los Angeles. fl-5m 189 WEST FIBMT ST. IBM TONIC! Is thorough in its work of cleansing the system of all impurities in a very short time, and ia considered by those having used it as a SPECIFIC in DYSPEPSIA, Constipation, Loss o Appetite, GENERAL NEBVOUBNE3S. «t-rc It a TrtHl Sold Everywhere fl-Sm it. L.~ItaKIN, Psibidbht. UNTIL MARCH IST, Yon can get 20 PER CENT. OFF on OVERCOATS ! And 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on CLOTHING! And Furnishing Goods. A.t tlie Reliable, One [Price, Cash Clothing House of MM, BLUETT & CO. Corner Spring and First Streets, Los Angeles Cal. fl-5m CHOICE ORANGE LANDS! AT THE FOOTHILLS I* AZISA. We are now SUBDIVIDING one of the choicest 180-ACRE BANCHES Id the ORANGE BELT Into 10-ACRE TRACTS, to place on the market at present bedrock terms and prices: Only $150 per acre, or One-fourth Cash, balance i, 2 and 3years We can show yon orchards In Azusa where the oranges sold this year for $70 per acre, from trees three years planted, and others from $400 to $500 per acre, according to age. This lovely valley of about 8,000 acres, under the water ditches of the Sau Gabriel river, is at. tho altitude just above the fr-'Bt, fog, smut and scale, making it one of the healthiest as well as the most productive for all purposes of any part of Southern California. Situated on the Sftnta Fe railroad, 23 miles from Los Angeles, where the river first leaves the mountains, giving this valley a full and never fniltng supply of pure water, standing the test of the dryest seasons. It being also the head of the lan Gabfiel valley, it is not far enough in the interior to place It beyond the force of che delightful sum in r breezas from the ocean. £lB?*"We also have some improved places In Azusa. HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, j*2B-lm 2Q South Spring Street. Buy Your Coal From First Hands. NEW MEXICO COAL COMFY Miners ana Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Gallup, Aztec, Sunshine, and Cerrillos coal. AH kinds of coal constantly in stock, also Coke, Charcoal and Wood. We mine onr own coal and handle it direct to the consumer. No middle-men. Full weights guaranteed. Positively the best domes tic coal in the market. Got our prices before purchasing elsewhere. Now is the time to contract your winter fuel. CHAS. A. MARRINER, Gen'l Manager. City Office, Hotel'Nadeau. Telephone 855. Yard. Corner K«a» Firat atroat and Santn Fa nvanuw. Loa Angeles. Cal. fB-tf THE BEST DOMUJSiiC FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS COAL TARDB G-eneral Office. 21 North Spring Street. f.t lm _ H. J.W. The Great Appetizer. Famous H. J. W. Old Bourbon and Eye Whiskey. ABSOLUTELY PURE 1 NO FUSEL OIL ! A great relief to those troubled with consump tion, dynpep'ia, debility, malaria, chills and fever, loss of appetite, indigestion, influenza, etc. Price, $1 per boitle, fix boitles for $5 This whiskey it distilled from s«lected gr.iiu in Louisville, Ky., expressly for H.J. Woolla cott, and is especially adapted for family and rjedic'nal use. BOTTLKD ONLY BY H. J. WOOLLACOTT, 124 and 128 North Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. For sale by druggists and dealers in fine liquors. Exclusive agency for towns given. The above goods can be obtained from the following agents: O. II BOBEKTS, monrovla. Cal. OEO. B. HOUIN, Pasadena, Cal. C K. JOHNSON. Inglewood, Cal. H tvmOND HOTEL, Hast Pasadena. Cal. if I. »> VIEW HOTEL, Redondo Heacli, t al. f A. V. VIBAL, Azusa. Cal. HOTEL MET HO POLE, Avalon, Cal! JOHN .««• tOAH, Downey, Oal. ii. niAN & MILLER, Santa Ana, Cal. L. EKELHCKN. Yuma, A. T. GH4S. VOENKER, Kanta Barbara, Cal. C. N. CABSON, Rivera, Cal. HEPHCKN & TEHKY, Ventura, Cal. J. no i!i * so \, Lamanda Park, Cal. C. H. CON iBT| Ontario, Cal. Fo* sale in th's city by the following well known d uggists and dealers ln fine liquors. C. LACK. 148 S. Spring ft, C. LACK, (branch) 551 8. Broadway S. W. LOCKE IT, 603 S. Broadway A. E. LITTLE HO V, 160 N. Main st. CUBAN A BCEHLEH, 661 8. Olive bt. A. H. HKOUKAMP, 115 8. Main at. H. J. WOOLLACOTT, (branch) 453 8. Spring at. L. BOTH. 245 E. First st. E. ItIOHLE, 216 W. Sixth st. TIATMOH Ac BHVHN, cor. sth A Depot sts. C 481.E PttABMAcV, Boyle Heights. H.C. WOBLAND, Station B,Boyle Heights. ANOELENO PHAB.UAOY, 1208 Tem ple ft. BEN. L. BAEB, cor. Temple it. and Beaudry aye. GEO. QUI HIE, 324 8. Main st, SCHAJUE A CBA*!E,i:or. sth & Spring sts. lelB-3ni 5 LEGAL,. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER EXECUTION. WC. BATCHELLER, PLAINTIFF, VS. . Henry Anderson, defendant. Sheriff's Sale. No. 11,221. By virtue of an execution issued out of the Superior Court, of tha County of Los Angeles, State of California, wherein W. C. Batcheller, plaintiff.and Henry Anderson, defendant, upon a judgment rendered tho 16th day of September, A. D. 1889, for the sum of $1,194.19, in lawful money of the United States, bs-sides c.tts.nna interest, I have this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and intarest of aaid defendant Henry Anderson of, ln and to the lollowing described real estate, to-wit: That certain real property situated in tne town of Arcadia, County of Los Angeles, State of California, and described a3 follows: AUof block 69%, accordfng to map of said town, recorded in book 16, page 58. miscellaneous records of Los Angeles County, reference being here made to said map and the record thereof for description; and also 6 58-100 shares of the capital stock of the Santa Anita Water Com] any as appurtenant to said property. Public notice is herebo gives, that I will on Saturday, the 15th day of Maroh.A. D. 1890, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court house door, oi the Countyof Los Angele-, on Spring street, sell fit public auction, for cash, lawful money of the United States, all the right, title, claim and interes' of said defendant, Henry Anderson of, ln snd to the above described property, or so much thereof a." may be necessary to raUe sufficient to satisfy gala judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder. Dated this 19th day of Febiuary, 1890. M G. AGOIRRE, Sheriff of boa Angeles County. By A. M. Thornton, C nder Sheriff. Chas. L. Batcheller, Attorney for Plaintiff. fe2o-thu-4t TO SETTLERS ON LANDS IN ANTE LOPE VALLEY. TO CERTAIN HKTTLEB9 WHO ARE oC cup lug or propos- to occupy lands owned by m« la Antelope Valley, I desire to say: First—Tha'these lands are on earned grants to the rain ad, and the title Is unquestionably good. Second—That their time and labor will be wasted Third—That I shall Immediately bring suit against any who have or may hereafter settle upon such lands. Fourth—That United States patents will soon be issued for such lands to the railroad, and are only awaiting the order of business ln the department. Fi'th—These lands will be placed on the market on June Ist of this year, giving those who choose a ohanco to acqnire an undisputed title. F. BEaLE. Washington D. O, February 14, 1890. f2l lm TO WEAK MEN Buffering from the effects of youthful errors, ssxly' decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, etc., I win. send a valuable treatise I sealed) containing full particulars for home cure. FREE of charge. A splendid medical work ; should be read by every' man who is nervous and debilitated. Address,] Prof. F. C FOWLEB, MooUua, Coon, nl 12m MEBICAN LEGION OF HONOR, SAFETY Council, No. 664—Meets second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month at their Hall, 17 W .Tint it, bet Malta and Spring. 1 ' "i'