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NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Anseles, January 86,1893. Time. | Bar. 8:00 a.m. 29 98 6:00 p.m. 129.93 47 64 ft:' 72 K Max. tern.. 54: mln. tern. 45 Kainfall past 2* hours, OS of an Inch. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Rain; warmer: southerly winds. The graduation exerciaes of the high ■cbool winter clasa of '93 will be held iv the Loa Angeles theater, February Bth, A free lectnre will be given by ex-Gov. John P. St. John of Kansas in Illinois hall on Thursday evening, February 2d. Subject: The Twin Robbers. Counterfeit dollars are numerous in the city and "omplaints are freely made by the traveling public. The coins bear date of 1892 and they have a fairly good ring. It is light, of course, but a little better than the ordinary counterfeit. The carriage which bore Hon. Stephen M. White and Mre. White through the city Wednesday was decorated by the Native Daughtera. Much praise was bestowed upon the pleasing appearance of the vehicle. The Carpenters' union had a rousing meeting last night. Fourteen new mem bers were received. Five hundred cir culars were ordered printed and dis tributed among those who are not yet in the anion. At its present rate of prog ress the Carpenters' will soon be the banner union in Los Angeles. The Olive Football team will play the Universities on tbe latter's grounds, February 4th, one week from tomorrow. The game will be called in the afternoon about 2 o'clock. With a probable change in the rush line, the Olives will play as was given recently by the Herald. A meeting of several of tbe members of the Loyal Legion was held yesterday to take steps in regard to the annual meeting of the organization in Califor nia, to be held in Los Angeles next March. The state G.A.R. encampment will meet here in March and will be fol loWed by the Loyal Legion meeting. In order to give the public come idea of what san Diego county is doing for the world's lair and etill further increase tbe interest in the exhibits being gath ered, the county committee and cham ber of commerce have determined on a preliminary exhibit at the chamber of commerce rooms in San Diego from February 7th to February 16th. The Science Association of Southern California will hold its next meeting in the rooms of the Friday Morning club, St. Vincent's hall, on February 14th, the eecond Tuesday of the month. The evening will be devoted to ornithology, and a number of interesting papers will be read. The birds of California will be made a special feature of the evening. The installation of officers of Los An geles tent No. 2, Kniebta of the Macca bees, took place on Wednesday evening, January 25th. The following sir knights were installed: Charles H. White, commander; Sherman Smith, lieutenant commander; Tom P.Smith, R. X.; E. M. Guthrie, F. R.; W. H. Dukemin and William Dcdßß, physi cians; 0. P. Borland, chaplain; C. H. Walter, sergeant; li. E. Bridgeß, M. at A.; R. E. Coilinb, Ist M. of G.: hi. K. Pierce, 2d M. of G.; M.E.Lawrence, sentinel; S. J. Jacobeon, picket. Col. Walter S. Mo ire took the floor and in one of his most humorous and pleasing speeches presented Commander Charles White with a gold headed cane, a gift of remembrance from the retiring officers of the tent. Oyatera 50 centa a doz?n any style. Hollenbeck Hotel cafe, 214 Second at. PERSONAL. James E. Field of San Francisco is in the city. R. E. Cammiack of New York is at the Nadeau. George E. Eagerly of Cincinnati is registered at the Nadeau. J. F. Coad, esq., a banker and wealthy citizen of Omaha, is in the city. ' Mr. Henry Harrington, merchant and member of the city council of Cheyenne, Wyo., is in the city. Miss Hattie Allen and Miaa Stella Newbill of Santa Roan, who have been visiting Mra. Mary E. Hart of South Hill atreet for the past few daya, re turned to their home Wednesday. Draw Your Own Conclusion. Mr. J. O. Davenport, manager of the Fort Bragg Redwood company, Fort Bragg, Cat., has this to cay of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy : "I used it for a severe cold and cough, and obtained im mediate relief. In the Fort Bragg Red wood companv'a store we have sold large quantities of Chamberlain's medicines." For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 22a N. Main, druggiat. xtblngier's Kestaurant. The finest in tbe city; the favorite of eastern tourists. Service unexcelled on tbe coast. Meals served a la carte. French dinners from 12 till 8 p. m. Ladies' parlor connected. A marriage license was isßued yester day to Frank P. Rentchler, aged S3, n native of Illinois, and Grace Koloed, aged 19, a native of Kansas, both resi dents of Loa Angeles. The Most Pleasant Way Of preventing thegrippe.colds.headacheß and fevers iB to use the liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs whenever the Bys tem needs a gentle, yet effective cleanß ing. To be benefited, one muat get the true remedy, manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale by all druggists in 50c and $1 bottles. The W. C, Furrey Company, 159 to 165 North Spring atreet, carriea the well-known Weir etove. You save 40 per cent in fuel by using thia Btove. Inspect them. An elaborate programme has been se lected by the various Chautauqua cir cles of the city for the semi-monthly nnion meeting of tbe circles of Southern California, to be held in Y. M. C. A. hall February 14. "Thank Ton," Is what Mrs. Paisley of Newburgh. N. V., al ways says to Hood.< .Sarsapxrllla. It cured her of a severe case of scrofula aud eczema, and ahe has reason to be grateful. II yon are bilious take Hood's Pills. B. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 127 West second. Telephone 165. The Best aod Cheapest Tailoring done at to' 4 ,-:outh Spring street. Alterations, dyeing and cleaning; misfit c otn lng bought: repairing neatly done. Hentr Lee's Holiday Goods. Chinese and Japanese curios; silk avert pat terns; ladies' embioldered silk handkerchiefs, two for 25 cenis. Msnufactnres ladles' under wearand nentß' furnißhlng goods, aim- au ex tensive line of new holiday goods at very low prices. Fleas tcall and inapt.rt our stocit be- Jore purchasing elsewhere, No. 505 North Main street, near plaza Wall paper, 237|8. Spring. Samples tent. MEMORANDA. The quickest results are obtained by advertising in the classified columns of the Herald, on the eixth page. Situa tions are offered daily; houses and rooms for rent, or wanted to rent ; real estate bargains in city and country; chances to buy almost everything at low prices; lost and found articles are ad vertised ; business chances that afford an income for a small investment; per sonal notices; special noti es; profes sional cards ; announcements of money to loan and money wanted, and much besides. Rates are 5 cents a line per day, with lower rates by the month. Catalina ieland, a summer resort in winter. Ocean all around makes the climate many degrees warmer than on the main land. Never a frost. Bathing same as in summer. Avaion bouse open the year round. Fish right out of the water a specialty. Address Mrs. S. A. Wheeler, Avaion. All Poles of Christian faith are hereby invited to attend tbe meeting prepara tory to an organization of a permanent Polish club iv thia city. Meeting will be called at 7 p. m. next Monday, Janu ary the 30th, in the parlor of the United States hotel. Nelgen the tailor, 116 North Spring street, has an extra fine line of Bpring gooda, just received. You ehould in spect them and select tbe finest suit or trouseringß in the city for the money. The canvass for Corran's Loa Angelea City Directory for the year 1803 has commenced; the book will be printed and published ac in 1891; the compila tion will be nnder the immediate super vision of W. H. L. Corran. Offic, 103 South Broadway. Go to San Diego, Saturday and Sun day, only $5 for the round trip. Special attractions at Hotel del Coronado. The Coronado express leaves the Santa Fe depot at 8:15 a. m. and 4:30 p. in., via the Surf line. We carry tbe only lino ol genuine Florentine gold frames in Southern California. .Thegoodß are particularly adapted to fine portraita of all descrip tions from miniatures to life Bize. San born Vail Co., 133 8. Spring Btreet. Practical farmera publish testimonials regarding the new forage plant ottered by the Herald as a premium to mail subscribers only of the Daily and Weekly Herald. This millet grows on very dry land and it ia claimed that half of a 50x150 lot planted witb it will almost support a cow. A subscription remittance and a request for the pre mium will bring it through the mail. The Herald can befound in San Fran cisco at the Palace and Occidental hotel news stands ; in- Chicago at the Poßt office news stand; in Washington at tho Washington news exchange; in Denver at Hamilton A Kendrick'a. Save your money and see Joe Po heini's new spring and summer stock of auitingsand trouserings. You can save from $5 to $10 on every suit. 143 South Spring street. Framed etchings, engravingp, photo graphs, and in fact all kinds of pictures can be bought at a great reduction at Sanborn Vail & Co.'s. It will pay you to call on them, 133 S. Spring street. Dr. Chas. de Szigethy is now located in the Bryson-Bonebrake block. Residence, Baker block. Office hours. 11 :S0 to 3:30. Sundays end evenings by appointment. Office tel. 1056; residence tel. 1156. Excursions to Catalina until further notice every Saturday. Inquire of Wilmington Transportation company, 130 Wnst Second etreet. Good hotels on the island. The poppies along the kite-shaped track are now in bloom and the ride at thia eeason ia the beat. Only $2.05 for the round trip on Sunday. A full line of photograph frames in the following styles: French bronze, painted glace, celluloid, and combina tion frames in great variety. Preserve your photographs by framing them. Illich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North Main atreet. Everything new and first clase. Private apartmentß. Freeh fish, oysters and game daily. Open all night. Dr. Price, M. R. C. V. S., veterinary surgeon, California stables, 373 North Main atreet. Business punctually at tended to. Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and sur geon. Office and residence, 120 North Main, new McD. block. Telephone 234. Arrowhead Hot Springs, the fatnoue winter resort for Southern California. 'Bus meets all day trains at Arrowhead station. The Windermere, on Ocean avenue, Santa Monica, is B pleasant winter re- Bort, beautifully situated overlooking the Pacific ocean. The last exchange party will be given Monday, January 30th, at Armory hall. Tickets to be bad of tbe committee only. Have your old mirrors resilvered aa good as new at H. Raphael & Co., 408, 410 South Spring. Dr. K. D. Wise, office 142, 1 ;, North Main Btreet. Office houra from Bto 10 a. m. and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346. Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female, rectal dieeaees. Seventh and Main Btreets. Telephone 1031. Sixty acres of peat land in Orange county for saie or exchange. Call on or address B. F. Townsend, Garden Grove. We mß.nufact.nre everything in the looking-glaes line; all work guaranteed. H. Raphael*: 00., 403,410 South Spring. Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at or) cents per gallon. T. Vacho & Co., cor. Commercial and Alameda etc. Tel. 309. Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr Carl Kurtz, physicians and surgeons, have removed their officeß to 147 South Main street. Latest sheet music publications my specialty. Fitzgerald, the music dealer, Spring and Franklin. Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel Remona, Third and Spring sts. Crown and bridge work. Los Angelea theater, Sunday evening, 2'Jtb, see amusement column. E. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring atreet. Dr. Hollingsworth, reopened dental office, 138W South Spring atreet. Insure with A. C. Goleh, 147 South Broadway. See W. P. Mclntoah'e ad., Bth page. Dr. Lindley, South Spring atreet. There are undelivered telegrama at the Western Union telegraph office, corner oi Main and Court streets, on January 26th, for J. W. Smith, Leland Lyon and J. S. Powell, Heariaciiff and Dizziness, FKEQUiNT CAOSIiS OF APOPLEX T AND DlZZl nks.,—The moot recent and profound re vt'arcbes in tikis direction by specialists have developed conclusively that the above disor ders frequently result in death or permanent disability. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is the greatest remedy for either of theee appar ently Insignificant causes. Nothing approaches it in merit. Mrs. W. K. Horns of "outh Bend, in!., wbo had soffered from constant heaosr-be for i bree montns, was cured by it. Tbe daugh ter of Daniel Myers Brooklyn, Mich., bad been insane for 10 yeara. and was having from 15 to 25 fits a day. t. .-rviu" cured ocr of botb tits and insnni v. gold on a guarantee by C. H. Hanctj, 177 N. Spring. Get a book free. Use German Family SoAr. LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1893. ABOUT HOLES IN THE GROUND. News Matter About Mines and Their Owners. The Sale of a Lower California Cop- • per Mine. The Great San Fernando Mine, South of San Qulntln — The Pirn Aline, —Arizona Mln iof Notes. Word waa received yesterday, aay« the San Diego Union, from D. Gold haum of Ensenada, that the great San Fernando copper mine, on the penin sula, had been sold for $250,000 to Den ver capitalists, represented by Gen. R. H. Rollins of Los Angelea, tbe well known mining man, late of Deming, N. M. General Rollins ia now at Ensen ada with Dr. M. T. O'Clery, owner of the mine. A thorough examination of tbe title waa made there last week, the Hon. A. Godbe, United States consul, assisting, and the title wae found to be vested solely in Dr. O'Clery, by virtue of a patent from the Mexican govern ment, under the new mining law. It ia understood that Dr. O'Clery retains an interest in the property, ac General Rol lins stated that such was the desire of the Denver men, on account of O'Clery'a intimate knowledge with affairs, lawß, etc., on the peninsula, which will be of great value to the new company. Oper ations will begin at once to put the mine in Bhape for the production of copper on a grund scale. The Ban Fernando mine is well known on this coast. It has been generally rated aa tho second-best property in Ixiwer California, being only excelled by the Boleo mines, at Santa Rosalia, on the gulf, which are operated by the Rothschilds. The mine produced ore running 50 and 55 per cent copper, the quality of which was unexcelled by any reaching Swansea. It was worked on a large scale by Kelly & Woolridge of Mazatlan, who were ottered $1,500,000 for the property as it stood shortly be fore their desertion of the country to escipe capture for wholesole smuggling. Tbe two great pumps, hoisting works, steel ropes, boilers, etc.. were left on the ground,where they have aince remained. It is claimed that $75,000 worth of cop per ore remains on the dump, the relic of these heavy operations. Two deep tibaftß were sunk in the immense veins, which can bi cleaned out without much expense. The mine is situated abmi*. 100 miles south of San Quintin, and 17 miles from the ocean landing, in a country bearing every indication cf mineral richness. It is not unlikely that with development, another group of mines may be discov ered and worked, equal lo tho Santa Ro salia group. A splendid road, of natural grade to the sea, was made by the old owners, and in case of heavy operations, a gravity road may be built on the wag on road already there. The landing at San Fernando is quite well protected from the surf, with a Binall stretch of beach, on which lighters were landed. Dr. O'Clery, theowner of tbe San Fer nando, ie an old resident of the penin sula, who has backed his faith in the country with hiß last dobe and whose good fortune will be learned as welcome news. Arizona Notes. The Tucson Star printa the following: The Saginaw mill is iv full blast. Tbe Antelope's new mill started up to day for the first run. The Baylesa gold mine, eight miles from Mammoth, is developing finely. Nogalee is reaching out for the trade of Qro Blanco, and will build a good wagon road. The Omega mine in Sonora will be Bold to satisfy a judgment of $3089 65 and coeta. The smelter ia said to have coßt over $100,000. Arizona minera have a chance of a lifetime to dispose of their propertiea through world's fair exhibits, to which all are welcome to make their addition. Ed Ayera ie en route ior Quijotoa with 4000 pounda of euppliea and five men. He will open up and develop the Indian Chief property, a fine gold proposition. Shou'.'l enough water be found to juatify it a 10-3 amp mill will be put in. The turbine wheel of the old Jimmy I !.•.« mill at Silver lake has been pur chased by Eugene Middleton. Mr. Middleton will move it to Dudleyville, where he will run se-eral nrastrea by the water power it will utilize He has a fine gold property there. Philip Patton ia in from the San Pedro and save that a etrike made recently near Rsddington by au old Mexican prospector is causing much excitement. The latter was out driving some cattle and hia path, which has been traveled over by thousands of prospectors and cattle men before, led close by a great ledge which it appears had never been tented. He broke off a piece of the lock, fouud it promising, located the cla.m and has begun to work it. Al ready it goea $90 at five feet and in flue | heavy ore. The Piru Mines. We learn that much activity ia likely to manifest itself in tbe Piru mineß the coming eeason. These gold mines are located in the northern portion of Ven tura county, nnd are aaid to be the first discovered and worked in California. It waa many years previoua to the discov ery of '48 that bo excited tho civilized world. At what ia known aa the Haz lett mine a new mill has been erected, capable of reducing 13 tone of ore per day. It ie a new invention that crushes, the ore between strong chilled steel plates, and ie aaid to be quite effective. A 10-etaiip mill will be operated at the Fraaer mine and five-stamp mill ut the Castac mine. According to government reporte the Fraaer mine has yielded $100,000,000 in gold-[Ventura Observer. Sale Practically Effected. Gen. George J'yersor, ex-governor of the northern district of the peninsula, aaid laet night that the sale of the gold mines at Tanama, in which he is inter ested, has practically been effected. Two Loa Angeles men, representing the Loa Angelea people who will take the prop erties, left for the minea Saturday even ing. On their return early this week the details of the sale will be com pleted. The mines have been worked over a year by Col. C. C. Lane, resident partner at Tanama, and they have been developed into solid propositions. The new men - have plenty of capital and wiil without doubt work the mines to their full capacity. General Rverson declined to make public until later the price agreed upon.—[San Diego Union. Klngmau Mines Sold. S. A. Joaephi of Denver, Colo., sold yeaterday for Mesera. Sherman Page and H. C. Dillon of Los Angelea and Mal colm McLeaßh of Kingman, Ariz., the. Senator and President mines, at King man, to Messrs William Gelder and L L. Bailey of Denver, Colo. This is ore of the largest mining deala ever made in Arizona. The Senator mine ia caimed to be eapecially valuable. The develop ment work on it, it is said, proves the ledge to he 40 feet wide and the average aHß.iy value over $20 per ton gold. The ore is free milling. The purchasers will immediately erect a mill and build a railroad to Colorado river. SHE WANTS HIM. Airs. Alice Foole Thinks Her Husband Is in Arizuua. The Phoenix, Ariz., Gazette tayß: ''Mra. Alice S. Poole writee from San Diego that her husband, O. H. Poole, has left her without a penny, and that she has traced him to Phccuix, where, ehe Bays, he ia in company with others selling the chromatic printing proceea. She says her husband has succeeded in getting into disrepute with the Califor nia papers, and she iB of the opinion that he is gambling ac well aB selling printing processes. "She eayß he left Lob Angeles bearing the name of Porter or Parker. Three men arrived in Phuinix last week selling the printing proceßß tbe woman speaks of, but we do not know whether aoy of them answers the description given by ber or not." The C. H. Poole mentioned waa, until recently, interested in the Citizen, a weekly paper of East Loa Augeleß. He was formerly foreman of the San Diego Union, where he became involved in au indescribable acandal. SOCIETY. Despite yesterday's rain the annual reception of the Ladies' Bonevolent so. ciety, held at the residence of Mrs. Du commun oh Grand avenue, waß a suc cess. Over $300 waa realized. The re ception was held from 2 o'clock in the afternoon until 10 o'clock in the even ing, and during that time a good y por tion of the leading people of the city tiled into the house and cheerfully sub scribed various amounts for the worthy objectß of the Bociety. The following ladies, officers of the eosiety, aesieted the president, Mre. Du commun in receiving: Vice-Presidents Mrs. H. G. Bath and Mrs. J. L. Wheeler; Treasurer Mrs. H. W. Hell man ; Secretary Mrs. L M. Day; Direc tors Mmea Josephine Butler, E. Preuse, I N. Van Nuya and M. Kremer; Mrs. J. B. Clark and Mre. Eugene Germain also received. The decorations were very tasteful. Trie long, wide hallway waß lined with tropical and potted plants. In the par lore smilax and rosea were placed lo advantage, a pleasant feature of the dec orations in this room being the prettily colored clusters ot autumn leaves placed on the lace curtains at tbe windows. The refreshment room was decorated with smilax and flowers. The center piece of the table was a large cake, while clustered about were smilax and roses. Dishes containing violetß were also on the table. The bullet was decorated with smilax and roses. A. large maltese cross of flowers and smilax, emblematic of the badges of the society, waa hung between the windows. The folowing young ladieß added at tractiveness to this room: Misses Bertha Roth, Lilie Germain, De Groot, Bertha Ducommun and Bumiller. During the evening the Misses Rjth rendered several vocal solos with their accustomed ability and by special re quest sang La Palotna. Mias Bertha Roth also sang several eolos. Prof. Shields played upon the violin and Miaa Wright eang with much sweetness. Mrs. Wright and Mica Crowley were the accompantste for the soloists. Tent No. 2, Knights of theMaccaheee, had a public installation of officers Wednesday evening, followed by a liter ary entertainment and a banquet. The following officers were installed: Com- tl. White; lieutenant com mander", Sherman Smith ; record keeper, T. F. Smith; finance keepar, K. M. Guthrie: phyeicians, Dra. Dodge and Dukeman; chaplain, C. P. Dorland; sergeant, Charles Walters; master at arms, H. E. Bridges; first master of the guard, It. A. Collins; second master of the guard, E. K. Pierce; sentry, K. A. Lawrence; picket, S. J. Jaeobson; trus tees, D. Sampson, John Spiers and A. H. Neidig. Deputy Supreme Com mander J. M. Krmerins acted aB install ing officer. One of the pleasant features of ttie evening was the presentation of a gold-headed cane to Commander White, as a token of the appreciation of hiß eer vicea as presiding officer, he hav ing served several terms aa commander. Mr. Frank Rentchler and Miss Gracie Kofosd were united in marriage yeater day afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, 648 South Olive street. Only the immediate relatives were present. Dr. Chichester performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs Rentchlpr will be at home after February 10th at 2123 South Flower street. Branch 24, the local organization of the National Association of Letter-Carriere, will hold their bail in Armory hall tonight. »** The Clover Leaf club will give a dance in Kramer's hail February 10th. *** The Graymont club will hold a dance in Kramer'a hall thia evening. BRAKE-BEAM EXPERTS Arreßte-tl In Vntolopo Valley for Defraud ing the Railroad Compnuy. Seven trampß were brought in from Antelope valley last evening and lodged in the county jail on the charge of de frauding the railroad company of a free ride. Three of them were charged by Depu ty Maya with reaiating an officer. Their terme of imprisonment range from three to 30 days each. iBI'wSQ.FpR A CASE IT VL-L NOT, £mt£-..(J It Is an agreeable Laxative for the Bowels; can be made into a Tea for use in one minute. Price Sm., fWc. and $1.(0 per package, a) Wf\ tMf\ An Eleirant Toilst Powoail AU BU for the Teeth and Breath—26o. Bold wholesale by HAAS, BABTJCH A CO, and it mil ly druggists, 12-14 lyr A pure cream of tartar powder. "At the fj^ttl^ftmaf* ' head s OalWf of the >> ■as P@wd€? I "Absolutely the Best." / One / rounded teaspocnful\ /of Cleveland's —"""-X /Baking Powder^Sas* 3 *^\ / does more and better work 1 I than a heaping I \ teaspoonful \ of any other. / \ A large saving on a / \year's bakings. / YOUNG CHIEF SPAKOTER Talks Abont His Feople, the Yatua Indians. "Our people have always been friendly and peaceable toward the whites," said Vincent Magill, the heir-apparent to the chieftainship of the Yuma tribe of In dians to a San Francisco repoiter, "and we hop - for at least the same treatment from the government that is accorded the Apache in the way of supplies of farming tools, rations and the like." The speaker waa the 10 year old son of Spakoter, chief of the Yuma Indi ana, who is in the city on a tour of pleasure and sight-seeing, but more eapecially to give hia youthful heir an opportunity to see for the first time something of the higher civilization of the white man. They are under the charge of D. S. Darn, who will provide for their entertainment during their atay. Old Spakoter has traveled somewhat and is not entirely unaccustomed to the ways of the pale face. He ia a fine specimen of physical development, 08 years of age, and carries his six feet and over of height as straight as an arrow. Hia tribe numbers 4000, settled upon a reservation of 40,000 acres just outlying the town of Yuma. The men of the tribe are principally engaged in farm ing, but in a primitive way, aa few have learned the use of plow and harrow. The chief haa a pet scheme for the con struction of a canal for irrigating pur poses on tbe reservation, as the land iB less valuable without water, and at pres ent the spring overflow of the Colorado river is the source of eupply. The waters duriog the overflow cover many acres ot territory, and the Indians till the soil much after the fashion of the Egyptiiius along the Nile. Clad in the trim blue uniform of the cade t company of the reservation achool, young Spakoter, or Vinceni Magill, aa he wae baptized some years ago by tbe fathers who care for the religious train ing of the Yumas, is anything but a ferocious red man. His education has been carefully attended to, and for six years he has diligently applied himself to the course prescribed in the govern ment school. There are now about 90 Indian boys and girls receiving tbe bene fits of both technical training in various branches of tbe manual industries, ac well as excellent inetrudion in the usual branches of lower English education. The young chief anticipates much from hia atay among the Bcenoe which are bo new to hiß^yes. ffef 4/8) W* CUTICURA BABY Thia beautiful baby boy, the eon of Geo. B. and Janetta Harria, Webster, linl., is one of thousands completely cured by the Cuticura Remedies of a torturing and disfiguring akin disease, after many doctors and remedies had wholly failed. The marvelous cures daily performed by these great remedies have astonished all familiar with them. None but mothers realize bow those lit tie uuea sutler when their tender skins are literally on fire with itching and burning eczemas, and other itching, scaly, blotchy and pimply skin and scalp diseases. To know that a single application of the Cuticura Remedies will afford inatant relief, permit reat and Bleep, and point to a permanent and economical (because most speedy)'cure, and not to use them is to fail in your duty. Parents, think of the mental and physical suffering lo be endured in years to come from neglected akin, scalp and blood diaeassß. Cures made in infancy and childhood are almost invariably permanent. Eold everywhere. Price: fiUTlccaA, 50 cts.; Eoac, 25 cts.; Ke«oi.vknt, SI. Prepared by Potteb dbug and Chemical COHPOKATION Boston. "All Atiout the -kin, Sc-1d and Hair," 04 pageß, 300 diseases, mailed free. POPLE & WARDEN, * * Printers ** * 109 East Second St., Los Angeles, CaL Wedding Matloneiy, ball programs, society cards and high-grade printing ot every descrip tion. Write tor samples and estimates.ll-1 tim Pruning! Pruning! Pruning! When scientifically done it improves tree alid fruit. Now is the time for pruning and trimming your orchard, yin yard and yuung cit'u-i orchard Try and see tne right wa- of pruning. I will prune a f w trees free, and in a few moi tha you will experience the benefit of it *^ Address Q. W„ box 530, Station C, Los An gcles, Cal. 12-eod-lm w4t TWO STRAIGHT PROPOSITIONS. FIRST: Tho finest orange and lemon land in Southern California, with an abund ance of water piped to etc i2O acres Every convergence; numerous daily trains on two roads, postoffices, telephones, churches, schools, elec tric lights, etc, and ONLY 9p 1 30 P« acre, on veri easy terms. SECOND: 365 X 2 : T3O free rides on the cable cars IF you buy a lot of us with a house built to suit you and pay for it in easy installments. Come and See Us. C E. DAY & CO., 121 South Broadway, Los Angeles, California. W. P. M'INTOSH, Estate Agent, 144 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. HAS FOR SALE : The choicest 10 and 20 acr%tracts of orange 4V»acrns on Cypress avsnue, Redlands, ad land at Redlands on 10 yean" time; only 10 joluing the elegant rcsidi.no ol Isaac Fo ri, per cent, cash down and no further puvment with 315 orange . eos iv hearing: house worth for 10 years; only per cent, interest: only I ¥3500: all fo- $1) '00; only one-third cash, bal mile from the postofnec. Price, $.100 per acre, anee long time hi Ov* per cent, net interest, including wster piped to each tract. 40 acres adjoining the beaii'lful Mentone orange land and orange trees at Men'ons, nurseries, wltu pres..ure water aud n--c»ssary $200 to $350 per acre: from !4 to \% miien flrst-cla s budded orange trees to plant same, from both railroad depots. Terms, one-third $12,500. cash, balance in 5 years at 8 per cent per au- 10t£ aces at Mentone, adjoining tho ice fac num. try, wLh nb mi one-third pleated to 2 year-old Bvery tree guaranteed to live or be replaced bid*; two-story house, prefsure water; only at expense of company. Have experienced $-500 orbhardlsts to plant aud care for laud for ab lfio acres 1 mile from Crafton station, 00 sent owne satst 75 por acre a mouth until In acres of which is flue orange land, with line bearing. No bud planted less than i% fee*, spring on upper portion, for t6O per acre, tall. The orchards at Mentone have never I Also 10-»cre or mge groves, planted one year, beeu Injured by frost, wind or irult pests. from $320 to $400 per arr;\ A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS. NUBSERV FOR SAL?. ,„„ , „ , ~,.„. 10 acres in oranges and nursery of 70,000 120 acres, perfectly level, Ui miles from cen- budded m „m'C an 1 lemon re-s all from 3to ft ter «.( Redlands, with over 11, miner «inches toet . ta> u, lh e best lo 'ation and finest nursjry at of Bear Val.ey wnter.wilh UuOO flrst-clasj w««l,. Mentone All trees grown without a-v heller ington navel orange trees to plant. Only $310 0v ,,. cm . pric-, $20,000. Will accept ii of per acre, or $if-0 without the trees Will sell price In treofcai $ I each. Ihe orchard without half at same rate. fhe uurserv is worth half of the price 10 acres, all prep'red for trees anl necesrary x]Bn business and rosld -nee lots in Mentone, trees to plant, per acre; only miles w h o re lois hsv. advauced more th.n 20 pel from Badlands posto.nce. cent, in past 30 d v. on account of the cheap r. l , a S ro .':.Y l '«S n f l onl „ y y mile from powerful manufactuing and the pure water Crafton •tation, $0000; % cash, balam c long J„d dry clima'e tim--. Tnls price is 40 per cent, less than its city property sold and mon ly loaned, present value. Apply to W. P. McINTOSH, 144 S. Main Street, LOS ANQ- LETS, CAL. 1 25-eod-2m sili^^ V^^^' : Til e IMff pi the Llobig World Dispensary ore it* only RureeoTii In Los Angeles performing ¥-4Wtr' if^'f^'w^ik'^'" 1 A the latest operations required for a radical cure v 7l r.f Stricture, Hydrocele, V-ircocele, Pileu, Kl>? tula Rn< * diseases, Bye, liHr, Nose, Throat and Luucr*. llneaseaof tne Digestive Of puns.and dtsnsnpfj t f women and ehitdrfln v l^i^ra' Ibronic Diseases of the Nose, Throat and tags *^ ; steSSrSs^lfS-*^«V%*W , ' "<••<•*«» lolly Iri aid by ■ ompressed air and iu ffcS '':i.<-..• >-)\ i ' ■ " hub.i...ii 1.1 in »,. • i iniuids and powders, lm |fi;>'. ?v^;»i^|*/^^«&ifcy.J l i\, . • i"'': eiiet l.ir eatairh and irritation of the tf W^MfaW*' " SiS!£ '""msa ii AM OUfomaiTiis. Appliames for Rupture, Curvature of the '■'■<■ ' ""' I Spine, Oluo Foot, and ad deformities, manu factured by our own instrument mas:e p . If pit Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness, Loss oi Power, Jleot, Jonorrhoaa, Syphilis, nil U* 111 Spermatorrhosa and all uunatnra discharges of either sex roa ed with unfatl- IVI I IM lug success. Confidential book and bottle of German Invlgorat ir given ireo to luL.li prove its merit; Biire cure foi special private and nervous troubles. All our phy (clans constantly in j Addiess nn I ICDIP 7 ffl 123 8. MAIN 8T attendance from 9 a.m. to 9 n.m.t (In confidence) Ut\. LltulU ut UU., LO.-i ANGELKB. HIGHLITIMPROvS^ - PAW FARM FOR SALE! Containing 62 acrea of land, all in high state of cultivation; cottage bouse, hard-finished, of seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with amall cottage of three rooms for laborers; about four acres in bearing Washington Navels; 5 acres English Walnuts; 5 acres Winter Ap ples; two artesian wells; about 3000 feet service pipe and hydrants. First-claBS corn, alfalfa and orange land; al! fenced and cross-fenced Apply at once to JOHN DOLLAND, s-io-tf 114 N. Beaudry aye , Los Angeles Cal. H eir\ cock: B ai] r\ in WELLINGTON LUMP COAL And Catalina Soapstone Wall Finish. This material is fire prool, has a beautiful tint, and can be washed without injury. Office : 130 W. Second sireet Tel. 30. ■!■ Yard: «3f S ' hlii -rrm t. Tel 10% AIITTMITIIITHOOfA Your choice of any suit in my enti>e stock limdc tn order for §10 less than any other first-claBH bouse io Los Anifeles . , . M. DANZIGAR, Im,'? Bpi ii, B ft.. Hp Temple Blk DISEASES OF MEN DOCTOR WHITE'S PRIVATE DISPENSARY. 126 North Main Street, New'KcDonaui on The mon successful Private Disease d-idoi tn the State. Uon. rrnea. Gleet, stricture, Seminal Weakness, Nervous Debility, Syphilis, Hfcln ana Kidney diseases aud Sexual Weakness successfully treated. Mcd ielnes rrepared in private laboratory, Both sexes consult In confidence. Dr. w hlte ha> no hired > übstltutes. Yon see the doctor only. Dr White is the only specialist In the State who exclusively treats private, nervous and chronic dlseasea. Gurus guaranteed in all curable cases Don't waste time with patent medic nes. If you have any aexual trouole consult Dr. White. Scientific treatment Reasonable charges. King's Royal Geimetaer Is a positive cure for Catarrh, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Asthma, Bowel, Liver, Kidney aud ladder Diseases, titueral : eWily and all Diseases. AS PLEASANT AS LEMUNADE. PRICE $1 PER BOTTLE Manufactured b KING'S ROYAL GEPME T UER COMPANY Atluiltl ~ Oei. Forcougjs, colds, and all lung troubles use Crescent Malt Whiskey It is pure and health ful, bold Oniy by nil druggists. O-lyi CJSSAR & CO., INDEPENDENT UNDERTfIKEfIISAND EMB.4LMERB OPEN DAY AND NI HT, 536 South Spring HI., Los Augeles. 'i etophoue 1020.