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SATURDAY. BBPTKN XXX SO, 18»a.
AN INDEX TO YESTERDAY.
BY TELIGItAFH-A compromise on the
silver question probible etnaior Morgan
makes a great speech Debate on toe
Tucker bill in the house . .Bcgul tloiis for
the deportation ot Chinese . ..Jngiand and
California rcluso to abide by tho djc'slons
oa wine exhibits at tho world's fair—
A terrible mine disaster In Michigiu....
The Brazilian and Argonilne revolutions ...
Trial of Anarchist P*l a-s ..The Austrian
anarchists Eordesof tramps entering Cal
ifornia from Oregon . The Lytle crock
cation mystery cleared np .. .t'portiog notes
....General news gleanings.
LOCAL AND MISOBLr.ANKOUM—Vin
cent McGllvery found gulitr of battery....
The district attorney rep'oves soma Jaittsat
ofthipiMce for excessive charges — Judge
Van Dyke decides tin savings bank case
against Mrs. Thornton Richards, a sup
roacd burglar, he'd to answer — Wendell
Easton boo us tho to Id winter fair before the
abatabar of eonmetoe directors ...Pro
ceetlings of the bo>rd of public works
Tho Cheva'ier de Knnatskl to ar
rlvo here today Amateur baseball —
Interview with Wend-. 11 East ia... .Ma
louey's contract for a wagon questioned
by the Are commission... The mayor thinks
morj pQ taemaa am needed — The Sacred
lie rt church fair....Proceedings of the con
ic enco of thi M. K. church south—The
Wba*im>n'l races today .... Rocept'on to
Lolls Thnrno An entertainment at the
county hospital .... Tuo Yuma Indian
Sax Bernardino—A party at Sheriff Booth*
I'OiirTox—A race to b - arranvtd. »
.i MoJUO \—A sensation at the Mammoth
Sakta Asa— The horses at th« track—Tho
Anaheim bank filiate,
fimniil Thu iilasn(s] road franchlres
Kedlamm—J. W. Sutherland's vouad Hot
ye y Msriou.".
Rivkbmui'.—The Chinese preparing to leave.
l'oiio.SA— Licil affairs.
Tiik circulation of the Herald is in
creasing at a remarkable rate, and it is
email wonder that this should he so.
Oar supremacy in tho news and early
delivery, as well as the fact that this
journal ia reoponsive to every genuine
aspiration of tho people, naturally
results in the popularizing of the n.blest
and moot independent newspaper of
Mr. Gladstone, in concluding hia
great speech at Edinburgh, Wednesday
afternoon, threw out a significant hint
to the house of lords, lie aaye: "If
tbe housa of lords ever means to force
the dissolution of parliament.it might
depsnd upon it the Irish question would
not bs the only question considered;
but that their own independent and ir
responsible exietsnie would bo taken
into consideration." Tins significant
warning was greeted with veheinsat and
President Cleveland will scarcely
read with pleasure the remarks of Sen
ator Morgan, oi Alabama, reported else
where in the telegraphic columns of the
Herald this morning. All honor to the
new Declaration of Independence of the
United States, in fiscal as in other mat
ters. Hoist "Old Glory"' to the highest
pinnacle on land and sea, and let ua all
join in ainging the noble refrain of
"Forever float that standard t)ie"t.
Where breathes the foe but fl.es foefor* v--
Wlth freedom's Boil beoeaih our feet,
And freedom's bmuer UoAtinn o'er v .
Clifornia has decided not to accept
tbe award of tbe Columbian commis
sion on wines. This is a highly sensi
ble conclusion. Tbey will be mado by
• competent wine expert from Califor
nia. Governor Markham will custain
Mr. Charles A. Wetmore and hia sup
porters in this revolt. A competent
wine expert from London will make the
awards finally. The Herald has here
tofore discused the unfortunate circum
stances that have led up to this Innient
ablo episode, unpleasant both to the
friends of Governor Pacheco and to tbe
vineyardists of California.
The discovery oi tlie nuaichist plot at
Vienna, and tbe attempt to destroy
General Campos at Madrid, bave natur
ally caused great excitement in Europe.
' Tbe late devilisb dynamite explosion in
San Francisco, by which four men were
killed and two others horribly mutilated,
has also aroused intense excitement in
this country. It looks as if there were
concert of action amongst the dynamit
arda of Kuropo and America. From
papers found in Vienna it is evident that
tho anaichists of En rope have a secret
league with tbe American bomb-throw
ers. It seems that the city ball in Chi
cago w:*3 doomed by these wretches and
that the bost buildings in the wbite city
were to be blown up. Wben public
opinion is thoroughly aroused against
this new menace against security and
order, there will be a terrible account
exacted from the men who have waged
this saturnine war upon aocie'y.
A SUGGESTION AND A REMINISCENCE.
That there is something unpleasant in
the fact that a man namoit Van Aien
could ha nominated as Ambassador to
Italy is unquestionably true. He ap
pears to be a snob of the superlative
order. It looks very raucb. besides, as
if he had contributed a large sum of
money to tbe Democratic campaign
fond. All these things, and the punc
tilious honor of the party and the pride
of American prestige abroad, should
lead Mr. Cleveland to cancel hie nomi
nation. But there is a great deal of
affectation in tbe assumption of onr
Pharisaical Republican men and breth
ren that Mr. Cleveland bad committed
the unpardonable sin in this nomina
tion, and that he was paying a political
debt. We confess that we do not like
tbe look of it, and we at least do not
intend to play the hypocrite. Bnt is
there anything new in this thing? How
was it with President Grant, for in
stance? Why was Boric made secretary
of tbe navy by President Grant? For
no other reason than that Adolph B.
Boric Bubscribsd $30,000 for the pur
chase of a house for General Grant.
Why was A, T. Stewart, a wealthy dry
goods merchant of New York city,
nominated as Secretary of trie treasury
by the hero of Appomattox? For a very
simple reason, viz,, that the New York
premier merchant had subscribed
$50,000 for a fund to endow Grant with
horses and lands, and that gentleman
was only too anxious to swap political
honors for spot cash.
Of course it is scarcely fair to again
recur to the Republican incident of
Harrieon and Wanamaker. The odor
arising from that episode is too pungent
and recent to call for Bpc-jial mention.
A noteworthy circumstance in those
instances —except in the case of Wana
maker—is that the sums which brought
political preferment under Grant were
directly absorbed by that gentleman.
They went into his own private locker.
On the other band, it has never been
asserted by the wildest Republican that
Mr, Cleveland ever benefited personally
by Van Alen'a contribution. This is
what may fittingly be described as a dis
tinction with a difference.
It must be said fir Grant that when
he found that, under the law, lie was
obliged to withdraw the name of Stew
art, he made a virtuo of necessity and
did so, especially as the senate reiused
to confirm bis appointee. There was a
law on the statute books that no im
porter was eligible to be secretary of
tbe treasury. That settled the matter,
and Grant crawfished.
Mr. Cleveland can very readily re
lieve himself from any embarrassment
in the Van Alen matter by withdrawing
the name of that erotic snob. There
was realy no earthly necessity for a
campaign fund in the last presidential
election, in which everybody was for
Cleveland, so that the obligation sits
both upon the party and tho president
•a lightly as a skein of gossamer.
THE ARID LANDS AND MORE MONEY.
There ia a general consensus of opin
ion that the whole people of the United
States, irreaDective of party predilec
tions, desire to have more money. The
presont amount of currency is confessed
ly insufficient to supply the demands of
an expanded business —of a business ex
panded far beyond the ideas of those
who have not given special considera
tion to the matter.
Waiving any aspect of the silver ques
tion, which we have discussed so oiten
as to have earned a right to a temporary
rest, with nearly every one agreeing that
the per capita of money in circulation in
the Uuitod States should be iargsly in
creased, how should this bs done?
There are, of eon rat, a great many
ways of increasing the voluma of money.
Our Populist fellow citizons have sug
gested a number of methods, among
the rest some which aim at malting tbe
government a sort of pa.vnbroking
establishment. The late Guvernor Stan
ford suggested loans on laud at a low
rate of interest, and bis idea was not
without certain features to recommend
it, althounht its adoption is exceedingly
improbable, even if Stanford were alive
to preßS bis pst scheme. Toe Wall
mreot financiers were willing to expand
tbe currency on ths basis ol issuing ad
ditional bank noter, founded on
national bomls. Still others were
in favor of enormous national expendi
tures on the army and navy and on fort
ifications, although this plan only con
templated the raising of large revenues
by additional taxes and their expendi
ture upon public works. Tuis plan
would uad mbtedly a; leait etitnilats
the circulation of m ouay, although it
would not necessarily increase its vol
The late rush for land on the Chero
kee atrip showed wha: an insatiate de
mand there is for land in the United
Stats". Too public domain of this
country, in the old sense, is at last ex
hausted. It is true thai wo still have
an imperial stretch of arid lands in the
United Stales that can ba made evon
more fruitful and remunerative than
that which has been so prodigally
Thesu lands cover an immense area,
and are to be found in tbe Dakota;,
Montana, Utah, Idaho, Colorado. New
Mexico, Arizona and in portions oi
Washington and Oregon. In their pres
ent condition they are absolutely worth
less. With the development of water
that is perfectly feasible in their water
sheds and rivers there is noquestion but
that they can be made the most inter
esting, productive and poetical regions
on the American continent.
Whilo it may not be expedient to
turn the United States into a great
pawn broking establishment, it cer
lainly has a right to improve what re
mains of Its own domain, and to sell it
to the tbrongiug thousands and tana ol
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORN INC, SEPTEMBER »0. l*m
thousands of harJr and induitrious m°n
that are er-oktog lor homes. For this
p'irpoae tho govemmsut would be jutti
ded in spending four or rivo haadrel
mitli ma of dollars on improving these
arid land*, and of issuing for that pur
poee a 9p*ca! cnrrencv which, in addv
tion to it 9 legal tender quality, would be
Specially valuable became it would have
a preference in being receivable tor arid
lands Which had bMo. improved and
furnished with water,rights by tbfsj gov
ernment of the United States. As the
notes were paid into the government for
lands they could bs cancels!, if thought
desirable. Taey would have the highW
desirable function of adding to tho pit
capita of onr circulation, and ths govern
ment could take its ow:i timo in cancel
ing them. Besides, they would bear no
There would be nothing wild or ad
venturous in euch a programme. B7 it
the government would create a great
outlet lor our surplus population, would
sensibly increase the circulating medium
and would make money, and a great sum
of money. From ths proceeds of the
sales of these hundreds of millions of
arid lands supplied with a. good water
right, a sinking fund could in time be
created that would extinguish tho whole
national debt. In addition to relieving
the money strinsency of onr people, the
great we3t would be vivified and started
anew oa its glorious productive miaßiotw*
There is absolutely no drawback to such
a plan. It is recommended by evorv
consideration of both patriotism and ex
pediency. It would make money plenty,
stimulate enterprise and ineonOSlvably
enrich the government and the poople.
Tiik Sin Bsrnardiuo Courier has the
following very pertinent suggestion :
It is evident that Southern California
will not be represented at the midwinter
lair os every eqnaro foot oi apnue will
Coßt $2 in good silver coin—no reduction
if you oiler gold—and it. would bo an ex
cellent plan if Los Angales should se
cure the Midway Plaieance bodily and
locate it at VVestiake park. That is the
best advertised and most popular feature
of the fair and would draw HI persou3 to
Lis Angeles to one who would go to
ban Frencieco. Let the chamber of
commerce there (top for a few minutes
advocating the cause of the Chines*, if
they can. and secure this great attrac
tion for our midwinter, it could be out
in running order oy December Ist, and
thus get a month's atari oi our northern
Njw there is something very attrac
tivo and practical ab)ut this notion.
Why should Lis Angelei allow a flunk
movomont to be mvl a by Sin Fraasis
co? This, of al! places, is the site for
the midwinter fair, flars is where the
most ovarwhelmnily agrsaable imores
sion csn be m!;de on thelCsstsrn visitor.
Plant the Midway Plaiiaaoo down in
onr midit—Weitlake Parae is an admir
able location—and San Francisco wmM
not ba "in it," nor wonld Miefeey De
Young's Fair —to employ the pbfliedl
the Fresno j mrntlist, (or a mom? it.
The genius oi the San Ffaachos jnf
naliat is thai far ah >ad — t'isra is n 1 de
nyingtlut—but ths situttion can be
retrieved. Dropping auytliin* like per
aifiige. we ought really to devise some
programme of attractions for the
myriads of people win will ba here af tsr
the Columbian Worid'j Fall has ad
journed. It is lal.e in the diy.it ia rm»,
but then better late than never. What
man of enterprise will giva shapo to the
suggestion of our San Bernardino con
The UHt!»6hai«ita Damoeratle con
vention, which nom'uited William E.
Ittuseil for governnr, endorsed the
proposition to etoct United State 1 sena
tors by popular vots. l'nis proposition
is msirchir.r. on. It was first brought
prominently bsiors ths people in this
stale, and Sanator White placed himself
boldly before the people on this isuie.
The senate was graduilly becoming the
political propart? of the corporations
aud ths plutocrats, and the people be
came alarmed at the facility with which
the representatives ot the money classes
could control legislatures in the election
of ssaatorj. I; ramtined for tyie people
to returns the power tha7 had delegated
to their legislaturei and to elect their
senators tbemselvei by popular ballot.
This would pat tin end to tho darjgeroiii
tendency, and the psople have awak
ened to the fact that tVa easiest way to
keep up tbe senate as a rspresentative
body of the whole psople instead of n
class is to resnmo tha power of electing
its members themselves.
Tiik Chronicle, in noticing Stoddard's
European sketches, eayß tnat they are
so graphically true that l-ey bring the
poor man who studies thorn on a par
with the millionaire whose wealth has
enabled him to see tbe originals, and
thus carry out the idea of the bard of
Avon, p.td "ley the shepherd's crook
beside the sceptre." We weie not be
fore aware that Bulwer was the bard of
SCHWARTZ IN TROUBLE.
lie Only Outs Out of Ono Case to lie at
One* In Another.
Michael Boh war tz waa on trial yester
day in tne United States circuit court.
Schwartz was charged with having ob
structed a man named Owens from set
tling on United States tend.
It was shown that the land in ques
tion was part of an Indion rosetvatton.
and Schwartz was discharged from cus
tody, hut was immediately reariested
ami charged with trespassing upon an
Mrs. Frank E, Walsh, who has been
spending a couple of months in company
with her little daughter Dorothy, visit
ing friends in Ban Francisco and the
northern part ol tbe state, has returned
Mrs. Chailca Carpenter gave a mo3t
delightful luncheon yesterday in enter
tainment of her guests, Mrs. Gregory of
iVas'jiugtoii, D. C, and Mrs. Cosmo
Morgan of San Francisco. 'J he ihdies
wnoeuiived her hospitably were-eMrs.
Ainsworth, Mrs. Tom Lewis. Mrs. Cou
roy, Mrs. Kidpeway, Mrs Taylor, Mrs
4tyv«M. Mrs. Childj, Mrs.Vail aad Mrs.
MIGUEL AND SCOTT LASHED.
The Troublw with the Indians
An Outbreak Said to Havo Been
Plotted by MiffaeL
The Kx-Ohl»f Said to Have Tried to Got
the M-J.ti Indians to Join
lllin-The Detail* of
Yoka, Ar'z , Sept. -5!.— The adherents
of fx-Chief Miguel end Chief Pasqnal
of the Yuma Indians aro coming into
town from below, and further trouble is
! feared. Miguel and Scott, after receiv
ing 25 lashes were placed in jail, where
thoy are still held.
Yuma, Ariz., 6ept. 29—Four more of
Miguel's rebel Indians received 25
lashes each this afternoon by Paeqnnl's
police. Indian Agent Estudillo arrived
tonight and will take Miguel and his six
confederates to prison at I.os Angeles
tomorrow. Paequal has a full force on
guard; everything is quiet. Two of
Miguel's worst Indianß left for parts un
known last night.
San Diego, Sept. 29 —It is reported
hero that an Indian outbreak is im
minent at Yuma, owing to the troubles
between Chief lVqual and ex-Chief
Miguel. Telegraphic orders have been
received by Colonel Kellogg, in com
mand of the local garrison of regular
troops for aid. He has assigned Alaj.
Chnrles L. Davie to tne command of a
detachment of 30 men, who will leave
by a train in the morning for service at
MOItl! TROt'M.E MAT ENSCB.
Tbe above dispatches give only a par
tial idea of the condition of things at
Yuma amor.g the Indians.
From an officer in the federal build
ing yesterday it was .'earned that a
serious outbreak is not impossbile at
Yuma which may includo the whites
there in the resultant melee.
Tho Miguel alludsd to in the dis
patches waa formerly chief of the Yu
ma's but was supplanted by Patqnal.
Miguel belongs to the conservative ele
ment of the Indians, which does not
believe in echools, progress and civiliza
tion. He was deeply angered at his de
feat when running for reelection as
chief abont a year ago, and has since
been a mischief maker and a short time
ago is said to have taken a horribla
lie insisted on all bis followers, it ia
eai.i, reoioving their danghters from the
reservation school and turning them
over to his care. It Is charged that he
then collected all the dissolute whits
man about the country r.nd deliberately
auctioned otf to them the young squaws
ranging from 12 to 20 years of age lor
from $5 to $26 each, their pnrchaeerß to
do With them what tney pleased.
This, it is supposed, w».s to express
hi* contempt tor too schools anil the
etl'irts of toe white teacher:? to Improve
trie youth rf the tribe. For some reason
not yet explained, tins act was allowed
to go oiipnpUhed.andlt appears to huve
giver. MUuel oooiidfnce in iliu ability to
i m.i'ie himself mister of the situation,
as the fracas Rt tne school ou Thursday
I itut there is even n more serious aspect
] to tne case, ior it seems that .Miguel hat
been plotting to iuciie a general upris
ing, not only among the Y'imas, but the
M< j tves ai "well. Agent Ettndillo suc
ceeded in intercepting a letter from
Miguel to Mi.j.tve Hill at tbe Needles,
nsl-.ing that worthy to assist him in his
against Paequal and the whites.
Tne fuil scope of " tbe unruly
old Indian plan oouid not be learned
fro-n the o'-licial who gave the Herald
the information, but in brief it was to
cause a general uprising of tbe two
tribes, or nt least those members who
are foretuont in progress, and the inti
mation is that Miguel had tbe ambition
of becoming a great war chief, a Geron
Ths official who gave the reporter tho
information about the interrupted let
ters was strongly of tho opinion that the
affair waß not yet over and that seiious
trouble was likely to ensue.
RICHARDS HELD TO ANSWER.
He ii Supposed to 110 an Accomplished
S. I. Richards was examined yester
day before Justice Austin upon a charge
Officer Taimantes testified that he saw
I the defendant in the act of inserting a
I akeleton key in the lock of a San Fer
nando street Baloon. As aoon ac
Richards saw the witness, he made a
bolt and witness was obliged to fire
several shots at him before he would
Richards, when searched at the
station, had in his possession a bunch
of skeleton keys made by himself. He
also had au empty valise with him in
which to conceal the stolen property.
Justice Austin held tho defendant for
I trial, and pl«ced the amount of his bond
I at $11)00.
Los Angei.es Theater —On Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday Urania will be
"How in the world do they do it?"
was tho exclamation of Rev. Dr. Edward
Everett Hale after witnessing one of the
Urania entertainments in Boston.
Dr. Haie'd question is on the lips of
everybody who attends apresentation of
one of tbece scientific stace spectacles.
In .New York . and Boston the leading
Btage and theatrical managers have sat
hour alter hour admiring the wonderful
bceDes of A Trip to tho Moon, From
Chaos to Ms'.n, and tne Wonders oi
Unerica, anddrearningol the revolution
which such a series of ataire pictures iB
certain to bring about in this country.
Here ecience has come to the rescue of
art, and the result is, as tbe Boston
Trr.nacript has declared, no less than a
In these days of cheap shows, tending
to immorality and disgusting to every
right-minded person, it is a matter for
rejoicing that such entertainments at
these, that go under the name of
Urania, the goddess of the celestial
world, t-hould have met with euch un
boundtd success as they have enjoyed in
the east, and as we do not question they
ate about to enjoy in the west.
The Royal Albert Orphan asylum at
Bagshoi, England, foundod in IrJCI, baf
sheltered no leas than 13J0 orphan
children, not only providing them with
food and clothing, but training eacb ont
into seme trade or calling which wil
make him useful to society.
Dr. and Mrs. White returned last
Thursday from a two months' visit to
Cheva'ier de Kintoki, one of the
world's greatest pianists and composers,
will arrivo in this city today.
Rev. George E Dye, paator of the East
Los Angeles baptist church, lian returned
from his vacation at Arrowhead Springs.
Officer Walker returned yesterday
from 10 tlavs' vacation to the fastnessas
of Old Greyback, in San Bernerdino
Mrs. I/izie K. Fisher and Mrs. Berths
Oethofl returned yesterday from a three
week's visit to "the Qlenn ranch, San
W. J. Fieher has returned from • 10
day's onting to tbe Glenn ranch, San
Bernardino connty, where he had a
most enjoyable time.
Misa Jeannette M. Henderaon, princi
pal of the Bellman-street school, who
hae been taking a vacation, will resume
ber work next week.
Wm. C. Robertaon, chief distributor
at the poatoffice, returned yesterday
from a month's camping trip to San Ah
tonio can in. He reports a huge time.
Mr. A. S. Kohltind, the advance mes
senger of Sells & Rendlurns' circue, ia
in the city making arrangements for the
appearance here of bis company, .which
is highly spokeu of by the press where
it has eppeared.
Mr. and Mrs. Macleod of tbe Loa An
geles echool of art and design, who have
been spending a month in the cant visit
ing the world's fair, are expected to re
turn by the first of the week in time for
tbe coming term of the art school.
Rev. John Gray, lately of Church of
the Advent, San Francisco, will nrrive
in town today and will tomorrow as
sume full charge of the rectorship and
cervices of St Paul's chuich and Sun
day school. All parishonera are espe
cially requested toattond.
Mrs. G. A. Hough, the lady who was
voted the Ukrsld's laat round-trip
ticket to the world* fair, will start lor
Chicago today on the Santa Fe overland
train. The Murald hopes she will have
a safe and pleasant journey, and epj \v
the magnificent sights of tho White City.
The Money to Pay Importation Will lis
There were no now developmenta in
Chineee matters yesterday, no csßes
coming up for trial aud no arrests being
United States Marshal Gard revived
a telegram during the day from Wash
ington stating that the necessary depor
tation funds were on the way to this
Marriage licenses ware is»uerl yeotsr
day in the county clerk's otliue to ths
Johonneß Goetz, aged 24, a resident oi
Log Angtles. and Maria Olte, seed i' 2, a
resident vi Hoeneme, both natives oi
Mack U. Myrick, aged 22, a native of
Miesouri and resident of Roeedale, and
[Sertha L'ndsey, aged 18. a native of
Illinois and re»ident of Loa Aneelee.
STRIKES AT THE ROOT
—Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Dis
covery. That's the reason so many
different diseases and disorders yield
to it. They all have tho same be
ginning—there's a torpid liver or
impure blood. And tbey all have
the same ending —they're cured, by
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousness;
the most obstinate Skin and Scalp
Diseases, such as Salt-rheum, Tetter,
Erysipelas, Eczema, and kindred ail
ments ; the worst forms of Scrofula •
— even Consumption (or Lung
scrofula) in its earlier stages ; every
blood-taint and disorder, no matter
bow it came — all are cured by it.
It's the only medicine for all such
diseases that's so positively certain
in its effects that it can be guaran
teed. If it fails to benefit or cure,
in any case, the money is refunded.
Nothing elso can bo "just as
good." It may be better —for the
dealer. But lie isn't tho one who
needs help. Beware of spurious im
itations or dilutions, at less prices.
BEFORE GMNG TO
MEXICO TO BUY CUiIOS
IP VI2O Cent Discount
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£BF-LARGEST CURIO STORI-TWa
ON THE COAST.
CAMPBELL'S CURIO STORE
j-aiy 325 South Spring St.
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WINE MERCHANT, 131 N. Main st. [8 . 86ral Telephone 38.
TROY bully %
company, c : - ,
Main Offlee, 185 West Pint. «|
Works. 7 1 r>-717-71«.» N. Maui f$ ...... . 4, A
TELEPHONE 108 L « V . V
BEST EQUIPPED LAUNDRY V
on tub coast. S8BB?v if A
Uidcrn lv ideas. Always up with „ . ■>.'•"'■ • .W?|j
the times. •
What wo make a specially n': • \- •",
SfllKT , COLLAUS ANl> CI"iM. •• >...-
wool.UN GOOIM. SILKS. LACE*. 0 . '
17-eodlyr TRY UB. *-~~ir~- "" ) " *^_"
PATKG FARM Fi SALE!
ContfilninK acros ci land, all ia hisb stato of cultivation; cottage
house hard-tiaiuhed, or seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with
email cottago of three rooms for laborersj about, four acres in bearing
Washington Navels; G acros English Wahiuto; 6 acrea Whiter Ap
ples; two artesian wells; about 3000 fact service pipe and hydrants.
First-clss- corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and cross-fenced.
asWR-.. JOHN doIIAND,
114 N. Beaudrv aye . Los Aneretes. Cal.
fi J*N 4fe MANHOOD RESTORED:?^:
Kfg? — — 1 t'lllzer cures all iiorvonimess ordi. u.-r.mf theguuorallvu organs,
a Buchos: Lost Manliootl. ISlt'onUHMiiejisi, Tired*cel
ffliK O «fT ft Inc. i'uln* In fk« Bark, iM-bSlity, I'lmp f», Hcnd-
/s*/ \£ Impo-
I IML l toney, 0.-pondeucy, Varicocele, .•rcmamrrncKS
I \f f V V and Constipation. Cures whero all clso fails. Tho doctor
Wi V «-' bns illwwil i:i6 actlvo principle on which the vitality ol tbe
S 2d I»* the ™-kten »!.00 a 1»..t. six for Send for firebrandI uaUWHllal*, ,
C. H. HANOE, Asfciit, 177 and 17!) S. Spring St., Loa Angeles, Cal.
**T 4aktf ~, w suehaaWeak Memory. Loss of aratn Power,Hrndaehe,y.nkejnlncs»
H I PM i ~1 Vai I 'on MiShtli' iSaato! NerTooeness.alldralnaandKwor vcwji
N cfflW ' * -"slvTuaS ribacoo. "Plan. '
mail proijMJJttb o»S >™fi™ "J* la by all druKdsta. Ark for It, tnki
For Salo in Los Angles, Cal., by GODFREY & MOOKE, Druggiets, 108 South
km Best Appointed Hotel in
f|pffP»' If 'J'PlM*pM«l»S American and European Plana.
|'$ itf) #• S- "Tff. - Central Location.
|,cj v ." ; . : -. First-class Service.
F& L '" '-'' ; i 't ; '-'S'" - KiiiMiuable Kates.
Finest Cafe in the City
!^<S^< A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
S ; S-7 4m PaOPRIETOBa^
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices.
■'els 36 and 104 7. 813 " 130 w<>at Sp ™ nrt Htr *" >t ;.n
IF YOU HAVE DEFECTIVE EYES
And value t'eia consult in. No care of defou
live vision where glasses are required la too
complicated for us. Tho correct adjustment
otfn.m»sls qultea* important as tbe perfoot
fitting of lenses, and the scientific Ikt ng and
making of glasses «ud frames is our only busi
ness (»' 'J dalty.) Eyes cxainlne-l and tested
free 01 charge. We uso electric power, and aro
tho only nonse here that grinos glasses to order.
8 O MAHSUUTZ. Leartinr Scientific Optic
ian (epenla.lsl), IH7 North Spr.ng street, opp.
old courthouse. Don't forgot the number.
Glass & Long,
TEMPLE AND NEW lU3H STS.
Tel 535. [1.8-7 lyl 1.03 ANGELES
COPPER PL AT ft PBINTINT},
WfcDDISG lh VITATiONS, ETC.
VJeIIUG CARL'S, ETC.
211 New High Street, Fulton Block.
N»*r franklinib, giouad floor. Tel. 417.
TV A T~p Tv T DR. LTEBIO * CO., the old.
IVI fcL I\l net and most reliable Hpoolal
•»—»-»- physicians and Surgeons on
the Pacific Coasl. eon inue to cure ail diseases
of a chronic and private nature, no matier
how complicated or who has failed. Send for
it confidential bonk to men, explaining why
thousand-can no! get cured.
12a a. MAIN ST.. lA)S ANQELEB. ■
I. X. IVIARTIN
-■ ••• aud tcLiondhand
Carpets, Matting and
irga- Prioos low lor cash, or will sail »a !»■
siamoauM. 'i'sl. Bit, ".•»»«•*I.