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A NEW POLICE COMMISSIONER.
Council Appoints W. W. Stock well Vice Tufts, Resigned. The Validity of the city Auditor's Bond Attacked. Besolnttnu Commending tho Polios Commission for That* Action In Baloon Matters—Olllor Umlnill, The session of the city council yester day was prolific of much important business. The afternoon session was particularly interesting. W. W. Stockwell, a grocer at 530 Downey avenue, waß appointed police commißsioner vice J. Q. Tufts, resigned. The solvency of one of City Auditor Teale'a bondsmen was attacked. A resolution was sprung commending the action of' the police commission in revoking the licenses of disreputable ■aloons. All the members were present, Presi dent Teed in the chair. MR. TUFT'S RESIGNATION. At the afternoon session the council was thunderstruck on hearing the fol lowing communication read: To UM Honorable city Council I Gentlemen : Businesß requires _my absence from the city for pome time, l'lease accept my resignation as a mem ber of the police board. Very respect fully, J. Q. Ti kis. On motion of Mr. Stroiim the resigna tion waa accepted. NOMINATIONS IN OKUKK. Word was given the clerk early in the aftsrnoon to not present the resignation, but about 3 o'clock a message from Mr. Tufts requested that it be presented at once. Mr. Strohni moved a police commia- Biouer be nominated to fill the vacancy, aud immediately thereafter moved the nomination of Walter S. Maxwell. The motion was aeconded by Mr. Campbell. Mr. Gaffey said that as a Republican must be elected to fill the vacancy, he would not present any name from the Democracy. T n reply to a remark, he said that be did not wish to be under stood as vouching for the Democracy of the two present gentlemen on the com mission. Councilman Rhodes nominated J. S, Slnußon for the vacancy. TUB VOTE. A vote was then taken, with the fol lowing result: Walter S. Maxwell, 4;J. S. Slaußon, 8 VV. W. Stockwell, 1; Clarence E. De Cxmp, 1. Mr. Maxwell's supporters were Coun cilmen Strohm, Campbell, Gaffey and PIIIBjQ. Mr. Slauaon received the votes of Councilmen Innes, Mnnaon and Rhodes, while Councilman Nickel! voted for Mr. Stockwell and President Teed for Mr. De Camp. There not being a majority of the votes cast for any one candidate, Presi dent Teed declared that no choice bad been made, whereupon the following vote was taken: Mr. Maxwell, S; Col. 11. G. Otis, 1; C. E. De Camp, i; W. W. Stockwell, 4. Those who voted for Mr. Maxwell were Meßara. Strohm, Campbell and Gaffey. Mr. Innes voted for Colonel Otis. Mr. Peseell cast his ballot for De Camp and Mr. Stockwell received the votes of President Teed, Councilmen Munson, Nickell and Rhodea. BTOCKWELL ELECTED. Before the vote was announced Coun cilman Innes changed his vote to Mr. siockwelt, thua giving him live and a majority. Then President Teed declared Mr. Stockwell elected, and ordered the clerk to issue bim a certificate of election. STIRRED UP THE COUNCIL, Mr. Munson presented the following resolution and moved its adoption: Resolved, That this council has ob served with pleasure and commenda tion the action of the present police commission in revoking the licenses of saloons that harbor thieves and dis reputable men and women, and promise our aid and support in sustaining re form police regulations. Mr. Gaifey said the resolution was un necessary, and tiiat the people of the city are a unit on the cloaing of die reputable places. "Everybody approves of the commission's action," said Mr. Gaffey. "Then it is perfectly proper that tbe resolution be endorsed and let the peo ple know whether we are in iavor of the commission's action," said Mr. Mun son. Mr. Rhodes: "I don't ccc any harm in the resolution. It merely shows that the council id in sympathy with the commieeion." The resolution was adopted, MS. TUALK'S 110 ND ATTACKED* The following short and impressive missive was received and read : Xo the Honorable City Council: Gemtlumkn : I understand tbat Sher- Han Smith is bondsman for Fred J. Teale, city auditor. Mr. Smith is in vent. Respectfully, P. P. Ehert. On motion of Mr. Campbell the clerk wsb instructed to notify Mr. Teale of the communication, and that P. F. Ehert be summoned to appear before the finance committee next Saturday to give whttt he knows of the matter. FREE LAIIOR BUREAU REPORT, The manager of the free labor bureau reported that 111 applications had been received and that 42 positions had been secured during the week ending Octo ber 14. Filed. 1 CITY CLERK'S RKPOHT. The city cleric reported recommending tbat the tax sale certificate No. 171, being a double assessment to the Los Angeleß County bank and to James Elliot, be cauceled and redeemed oi secord. Also recommended by the city assessor. Adopted. SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORT. We, your special committee to whom was referred the requisition and demand for $50 for Mr. Watton, streot superin tendent, as services of Mr. Davis as ex pert on books iv ths office of the street superintendent, beg to report that we find Mr. Watson employed Mr. Davis Without any authority frour tbe council •r from this committee, and we can Bee ISO reason why the city should pay for work that the street superintendent sees fit to have done to ascertain whether or not hia deputies are swind ling him. Mr. Gaffey presented a minority re port disagreeing with the laat sentence of tbe majority report. The majority report waa adopted. FIHII COMMISSIONERS. The board of tire commissioners Bent a communication to the council stating that tbe cnmmiaalon would hereafter notify council ol any extra hose in pos session of the fire department. Filed. BOARD OF EDUCATION. A communication was received from the board of education requesting the council to do itß utmost in the matter of constructing proper and adequate sew erage for the county hospital. Referred to the eewer committee. FINANCE COMMITTEE RF.PORT. The finance committee reported, rec ominendi'.ig that the tax-sale certificates of Mra. Maggie Dixon, A, h. Green, Mrs. C. 8. McKeon, P. W. Ward and G. W. Tubbs be cancelled and redeemed of record ; also that $2.70 he refunded to S. H. Halley, $1.90 to Win. Reeter and $1,80 to J. Marietta for wrong assess ments. Adopted. BOARD OF HEALTH. A communication from the board of health was read calling attention again to the intolerable unsanitary condition of Lake Shore avenue, and a portion of Second Btreet, which is due to a leakage from reservoir No, 4. On motion of Mr. Munson the neces sary repaira were ordered made by tiie water overseer and the janza committee. SUPPLY COMMITTEE REPORT. The supply committee reported tbat in the matter of the nine requisitions for city directories in the uifferent city offices, the directories were left by an agent, who stated that was the usual mode in which they have been left, but the committee found that none of them have been purchased, but that all claim that they are needed. The books were not allowed. In the matter of the bids referred to the committee for purchasing gravel, they believe it will be cheaper for the city to purchase tbe gravel offered by the (lerman American Savings bank at the corner of Boyd and San Pedro streete at 25 centa per yard than to con tinue to take it from the pits now owned by the city, except for what ia needed for the east side. A motion to purchase the gravel was put and lost. Numerous requisitions, including the requisition from the chief of police for printing saloon regulations, were ap proved, BTRBKT SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT. The street superintendent reported, in compliance with the council's re quest to furnish an estimate of the cost of the chain gang, that, on a basis of 20 men, it costs' the city $6.00 a day for men, $14 for teams and 50 centa for wear of tools, a total of $21 a day. lie reported that in bringing Main street to grade, between Ninth and Washington streets, it will remove about 02. i yards of earth. On motion the superintendent was in structed to report in detail the actual expenses of tbe chain gang since Janu ary 21, 1802, including ths places and time the gang was employed. On motion the clerk was instructed to advertise for bids to remove the earth from Pico to Fourteenth streets, so as to make a better grade and remove the danger of the present Btreet, SEWER COMMITTEE REPORT. The sewer committee reported as fol lows : In ths matter of the communication from the board of health asking to have public urinals placed on the city lot north of the city ball, the plaza, and Central park, we wonld recommend that the communication be referred to the park commissioners, with tbe recom mendation from tbe council, tbat they place a public urinal in Central park, and we would further recommend that the custodian of the city hall direct the janitors to keep unlocked and open to the public, one of the closets on each floor of the city hall all day and during the evening untiil tbe library ia closed. Adopted. Recommend that section 5-a of the outfall sewer built by Messrs. Mackay & Young, and section 6 of the outfall aewer built by Messrs. Hughes and Mayer, be formerly accepted and tbe city engineer present demands for 75 per cent of tbe original contract, on each Bectlon, to be paid on presentation by each of the above contractors. Adopted. CITY ENGINEER'S REPORT. The city engineer presented the fol lowing ordinances of intention: To construct a cement sidewalk on both Bides of Flower street from Eighth to Ninth streets. To conatruct a cement sidewalk along Alvarado street from Seventh to Ninth street. To construct a cement sidewalk along Pasadena avenue from Wells to Roster streets. — To construct a cement sidewalk on both Bides of Burlington avenue from Seventh to Ninth streets. To grade, gravel and curb with cement Omar avenue Irom Third to Fourth streets, and to constiuct a cement side walk on the east Bide of said street. The ordinances of intention wore passed with the exception of the second one mentioned, which was postponed. In the matter of the petition of F. E. Lopez et al., asking for a change of grade on Lopez street, referred to the engineer to ascertain whether the storm water could be carried off on the sur face without building a storm drain, he reported that the water oould only be gotten out by a storm drain. Filed. Ue recommended the building of a sewer on Washington street from Figueroa street to connect the Figueroa Btreet sewer to tbe arroyo at Los Reyes sewer. Referred to tbe sewer com mittee. POLICEMEN ON WHEELS. Mr. Innes offered the suggestion that the police commission be requested to investigate the advisability of putting one or more policemen on bicycles for the outlaying districts, as a good man can cover at least four times as mnch ground as a patrolman or a mounted man and do the same more quietly. They are used in many eastern cities to good advantage. Referred to the police commission. the mayor's message. A meegage from the mayor was read, showing that, at the finance committee's request, be returned therewith a de mand of J. L. Brown for $8 without bia approval. On motion of Mr. Nickell the demand was reconsidered and referred to tbe finance committee. CITY ATTORNEY'S REPORT. The city attorney prssented an ordin ance for tbe opening of Castelar street. Last October the council passed a simi lar ordinance for the opening of that Btreet, but no further steps were taken LOS ANGELES HERALDt TUESDAY MORNING' OCTOBER 17. 1893. under it after its passage. Referred to the board of public worka. As instructed by the council he also presented an ordinalgranting prop erty owners permisaiou to improve Stockton street under the usual condi tions. Also an ordinance changing the name of Adeline, Pandora and Oleander streets. The ordinances were passed. In the matter of the petition of Bloker and others in regard to the vacating of portions of certain street? in the Hunter Highland View tract, the attorney waa given one week's further time. The ordinance changing the name of Wall street to Myrtle avenue was post poned one week. BIDS AND PBOPOSALS. The following bids were opened and read: To construct brick culvert across Boyle avenue: H, C. Register, work complete, $307; M. Zuretti, work com plete, 1560. To improve Pennsylvania avenue: Dodd dt O'Gara, $2.15 per lineal foot, curb 20 cents, sidewalk 12 cents per square foot: Baldwin & McCombß, if 3.80 per lineal foot, gutter 17U cents, curb 20 cents, sidewalk 15>s cenia; John Red man, grading and graveling $2.5(1 per lin eal foot, curb 20 cents on each aide, side walk 14 centa per sauare foot. To construct gutter on Center place between First and Second atreets : C. Soberer, paving 20J.j cents, bitumen, 11 cents: P. O. Smitn, 344 cents, bi tumen 13 centa; A. M. Austin, 86 centa, bitumen 25 ennts. To pave Commercial street 30 feet west: C. Scberer, 27 2-10 centß per sauare foot, gutter 28 1-10 cents; P. C. Smith, 22? 4 ' centß; A. M. Austin, 28 cents. Referred to the board of public workß, who recommended that the bid of H. C. Register for the brick culvert be ac cepted. Adopted. THAT PLUMBING ORDINANCE. On motion of Mr. Strohm a special committee was appointed to revise tbe plumbinsr ordinance. The chair appointed Messrs. Nickell, Munson aud Strohm aa the special com mittee to revise the ordinance. The ordinance haa given much dissat isfaction. BOARD OK PUBLIC WORKS. The report of the board of public worka was adopted as published in the Hlrald of laat Saturday, with the ex ception of the Bridge-Btreet improve ment matter an the petition to macad amize Third street, between Crocker street and Santa Fe avenue. The latter was stricken out and the bids of the former rejected and the clerk instructed to readvertiae. Some discussion arose as to the kind and weight of the rails to be used in the construction of the line of street rail way over Pasadena avenue from Daly Btreet to Pasadena. The ordinance granting the franchise waa read aa recommended by the board oi public works, and after several amend ments were added the form of the ordi nance waa adopted. WILL TEAR UP TIIE TRACKS. On motion of Mr. Gaffey the superin tendent of streets was instructed to im mediately proceed to remove the tracks of the Los Angelea Consolidated Elec tcic Railway company from Aliso street, between Main street and Boyle avenue. On motion of Mr. Nickell. tbe Electric Railway company was instructed to take np ita tracks and remove the aame on South Truumu and Hawkins streets and place the streets in as good condition as they were formerly. STREET IMPROVEMENTS. In tbe matter of the paving of Aliso street the clerk was instructed to read vertise for bids. On motion of Mr. Peesell, the street superintendent was instructed to repair Main street from Jefferson Btreet to the city limits; also to repair Proapect ave nue in accordance with the recommen dation of the hoard of public works. The city attorney was instructed to take the necessary legal steps to open First street between Olive and Hill streets. On motion of Mr. Nickell the street superintendent was instructed to have San Fernando road, from Walnut etroet bridge to the city limits, put in good condition by roading up and filling cfcuckholea and placing gravel on the worst places. On motion of Mr. Campbell it was carried that the pending proceedings for tbe improvement of Michigan avenue be abandoned aud the city engineer be in structed to present a new estimate of tbe cost of the same*and if the cost ex ceeds $1 per front foot on each side of said street, then to present the neces sary ordinance to improve it. It was carried that the street superin tendent fill up the holes on Loa Angelea Btreet between Ninth and Twenty-third streets. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. Mr. Nickell's attempt to bring up the repeal of the merchants' tax, which ie with the committee of the whole, waa unsuccessful. The council accepted an invitation to attend the laying of the corner stone of tbe new Turner hall October 22d. The special committee investigating the booka of ex-Street Superintendent Hutchinson wsb given further time in which to report. In the matter of tbe petition from property owners asking that the sewer on Salons avenue, where a spring of running water interferes with the sewer's construction, he repaired, was referred to the sewnr committee to make what repairs it deems necessary. On motion of Mr. Campbell the gen eral specifications for bridges presented by T. J. Kask were returned. On motion of Mr. Rhodes the time was extended to 30 days to tbe contract ors for the Improvement of Vernon Btreet, between Sixteenth and Pico, On motion of Mr. Rhodes the pro ceedings for improving Bonnie Brae street, between Seventh and Eighth streets, were ordered abandoned on the payment of expenses incurred into the city treasury. PROTESTS AND PETITIONS. From B. Hayman and others protest ing against the granting of contract to' John Bebman to grade, curb and side walk of Bridge street. From O. T. Johnson and others pro testing against the abandonment of pro ceedings on Figueroa street. From many merchants of the city petitioning the council to amend tbe ordinance relating to sign posts so that all such posts erected previous to the date of the ordinance be exempted from provisions of eaid ordinance. From W. J. Washburn asking that Pasadena avenue from the Arroyo Seco bridge to the north city limits be graded, graveled, curbed and sidewalked. From J. M. Davies, asking permission to grade a certain portion of Vine street at his own expense. From property owners on Tenth street, from Pearl to Overton, asking tbat crosswalks be placed on said street. From Mrs. Walker, asking that $1.80 j— —— be refunded, as tax wrongly paid on personal property. From property holdera on Arroyo Beco, below the Pasadena avenue bridge, asking that steps be taken to protect property and lives irom tbe winter floods. From property owners on Wall street, protesting against having Wall street changed to Myrtle avenue. From A. M. Elsworth, asking that a certain tax Bale be cancelled. From N. V. Gray and H. E. Ca-ter, asking tbat the grade be established on Wells street, between Pasadena avenue and Humboldt street. From numerous property owners on Center place—formerly Mott alley—ask ing that some action be taken to abate the nuisance existing by reason of the filthy condition of the same. The peti tioners claim that tbe stench from refuse left in the alley ia unbearable and detri mental to health. From Hughes it Mayer, asking for an extension of time to complete section 10 of the outfall sewer. They want an ex tension on account of their inability to launch tbe cast-iron pipe in tbe ocean at the first attempt. From R. M. Widney and others, aßk ins that a cement sidewalk eight feet wide be laid on the east Bide of Hope Btreet between Seventh and Eighth streets, on such portions as are not already laid. From Mrs. If. S. llarcourt and John C. Yeas, asking that certain tax sales be cancelled and redeemed oi record. From property owners on Figueroa atreet, representing tbat their property would be greatly damaged by tbe closing of any portion ot said street, and protest ing against any action or proceeding for tbe abandonment of said work. From Little & Culver Manufacturing company, asking that their demand be paid for placing pipe in parks. From tbe property owners on South Grand avenue asking that the grade on eaid street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, be changed to conform to the present grade of the sidewalk and curb on the west and east side. From Wm, Harrison asking that all boot black stands be charged a $2 license. From E. W, Burnett, et al., asking that a cement sidewalk be laid on tbe east side of Reacon street between Sev enth and Eighth. These petitions and protests were re ferred to their respective committees, A BAD BREAK. John Carter Was Not as Youthful as He Claimed, John Carter made a very bad break when on his trial for highway robbery before Judge Shaw, of which he waa convicted. He swore that hie age was 15 years. It was done for the purpoee of trying to get him]committed to Wbittier. Yesterday, when he came up for sen tence, however, a witness was produced, a young man 19 years of ago, who had been talking with Carter before his arrest, and whom Carter had told that there was only a few months' difference between their agea. Judge Shaw, when this testimony was introduced, set his jaws in a manner tbat betokened no good for tbe young man. He said that he did not have a very promising outlook tor being committed to Wbittier upon the showing of age made by him. After a few caustic re marka which demonstrated that the judge had passed the line where sym pathy for a youthful offender would be a mitigating influence, he sentenced Carter to five years' imprisonment at Folsom. Angellno Heights Auction. Messrs. Eaßton, Eldridge & Co. report strong inquiry concerning the public sale of tbe Augelino Heights property which is to take plac« on Saturday, October 21,, on the property. This being the first important sale for the fall season, and especially desirable class of property, is attracting consider able attention and everything promises for a successful sale. The property has been surveyed in large subdivisions and ie surrounded by a very desirable class of modern resi dences. The city water is piped through the track under pressure, and tbe property is especially accessible from tbe center of tbe city via the Temple Btreet rail road and the proposed extension of the electric railway on Bellevue avenue. The sale is announced to take place on Saturday, October 21st., at 2 o'clock p. m., when the auctioneers will spread their large auction tent for the comfort of people during the sals. Old Baldy Is the highest point in Southern Califor nia, and tbe large family lots to be sold next Saturday at auction on Angeleno Heights will be the highest in value in a few years. Take advantage of the chance to make money and buy one or more at the Angeleno Heights auction sale. Kaston, Kldridge A Co. Will sell at auction on Saturday next 150 large family lota on Angeleno Heigbta. Sale takes place at 2 o'clock p.m. Take Temple-etreet cars direct to the prop erty, which is located at the proposed extension of tbe electric road to be built along Bellevue avenue. The Supervisor*. The board of supervisors yesterday directed the district attorney to take tbe necessary Bteps to abate a nnisance at Aunandale valley, where G. J. Stol berg maintains a corral over a running stream. The same officer was also directed to take Bteps to abate a slop distribution nuisance at Garvanza and Highland park. a Nothing but Dirt is taken away by Pearline, It /*\. Won't make biack white— it gives you a clean black, r | y instead of a dirty black, / \/ tnat Colors are re fT*K \ stored and freshened by tyj vVtWV \A it: ' anci * ook Just as they did •\. J"&v l wnen ne "" v * They are \_Sr- c ' eane d, but they are never E altered or changed. , f - Safety comes first in washing. The easiest and cheapest way to get things clean safely is to wash them with Pearline. ■y«»x I , rs and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you. jLstf I - is good 85 "or " Lfir same as Pearline." IT'S W d»A ' E — Peaxline is never pedaled, if your grocer sends you an imitation, be honest— «* 363 JAMES PYLrf, New York. THE SUPREME COURT. Proceeding* In That Tribunal —Attorney* Admitted. The supreme court convened in Los Angeles yesterday for its fall session of court. There was a full attendance of tbe court, Chief Justice Beatty and Justices McFarland, Peterson, De Haven, Har rison, Uaroutte and Fitzgerald being present. Deputy Clerk Percy Long and Bailiff Washburn from the northern office were also present. Tbe session for the day consisted principally of the admission of attorneys to practice upon motions and presenta tion of licenses and certitica'es from other states and the examination of a class of seven applicants. The following attorneys were admit ted upon motion: Leon F. Mobb, by certificate from tbe supreme court of Michigan; James Callen, Kansas; B. F. Vickery, Michigan ;C. J. Willetta, Michigan; James K. Youne, Michigan; Robert A. King, Kansas ; Henry Cußtis Lillie, Michigan. The case of McDonald vs. the South ern California Railway company was continued to October 27th for argument. Baker vs. Southern California Rail way company. Appellant granted to November 18th to file transcript on ap p eai. The appeal of Riddel vs. Mullen was dismissed. The following named class of appli cants were admitted: Frazier M. Sal lee, Julius H. Ardis, W. W. Stephens and A. S. Halsted. NOT A FIXED STARR. lint He la Likely to Be Before Very Long. Burt Starr is a young man, 18 years old, who has achieved considerable no toriety at Whittier, both in the reform school and in the town. He was an inmate of the school for some time, and several weeks ago es caped from tbe institution. With hiß companion he is eaid to have returned to the town of Whittier and burglarized a Btore. A day or two ago be was captured aud there was an at tempt to return him to the school, but this was not permitted in view of the crime he was accused ot committing. Yesterday morning an officer started with him for Whittier, where his exam ination was to tako place under the charge. When the train reached Florence Starr made a bold daeh (or liberty. He jumped from the moving train and dis appeared in the brush. Officers at once started in bis pursuit, and after a hot chase he was finally recaptured at some distance from where he had left the train. He was taken on to Whittier, and will probably be committed, as the case against him ia regarded as very clear. WILLIE AND THE SPOOKS. The Kx-Maaoott Mondozon the Victim of a Practical Joke. Every since the fire in the Stcwell block the athletic club have employed two young men ad watchmen; these young men feeling lonesome Sunday evening, called Willie Mendozen up to keep them company. During the early hours of the morn ing, after all good people should be at rest, one watchman threw a white shirt over himself and Btarted for "Willie," but Willie wasn't there. He ran from one room to another until he waa winded and fainted. The watchmen were terribly frightened, thinking that the shock had killed the victim of their joke. Both thought tbat he waa dead, and for about half an hour Willie layed in that faint. When be came to he made a streak for the door and lit out for home, and it ia cafe to Bay that Willies ambi tion to be an athlete isaomewbat damp ened. APPONYI'S CASE. The Well-Known Architect Triumph antly and Completely Acquitted. Mr. Apponyi, the architect, who was arrested by Detective Laweon and charged with embezzling a sum of money from a Mrs. Gibson, wbb tri umphantly acquitted yesterday on hrs trial before Justice Austin. There appeared to be no reason for any prosecution ever to have taken place, and Mr. Apponyi's friends are loud in their denunciations of the mal ice which caused his arrest upon a groundless and infamous charge. The prosecution failed to make any kind of a showing at all. Tbe Orange Crop Will be large this year, and tbe amount in your purse will be larger if you buy some of tbe lots to be sold at Augelefio Heights on Saturday next. The grand est auction sale of tbe past score of years. Finest chance in the world to make money. Much Complaint Is made that the Chinese are a detri ment to the country, but you will never have occasion to make a complaint if you purchase a lot at the grand auction Bale of lots at Augelefio Heights ou Saturday next. Take the Temple street care. There are undelivered telegrams at the office of the Western Union Tele graph company, corner Main and Court streets, October 16th, for Mrs. Mary Blood, Miss Genevieve Doutrich, Mrs. L. H. Emerson. 230 S. SPRING ST. Los Angeles Carpet Company. OUR STORE IS SIMPLY a reservoir in which we put Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, etc., for you .to buy; and it keeps us busy pumping the wells for Carpet stock. The advantages we offer to Carpet buyers are immeas urably greater now than wben we opened our store two months ago. There is no need for us to make a noise about it. Peo ple are finding out that we are offering the best carpets for the least money. Exceptional carpet bar gains are as thick in our store as fireflies iv June. 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Aversion to the Society ot Females, Lots of Atnblttou, Lack of Coutidence, Gloominess, Despondency, Bsrrenness. Unfitness to Marry, Melancholy, Dyspepsia, Lost Maui too I, Pains in the Back, Varicocele, treated with inc. cess—.-afoij, privately, Trt>T I~\ T\ A TVTT\ C*T7"i"rVT Diseases, all forms affectina' Body, Nose or JS LjKJKJU A.INU OiVLIN Thro.t, skin and bones, Blotohes, Erup. tious, Acne, Eozema, Old Sores, Ulcers, Patnlul Swellings from whatever canse, treated by means of sate, time-tried remedies, etitr and Swollen Joints and ltheuiuatlsia, tlie result of Blood Poison* CUBED. KIDNEY AND URINARY cu o ! r^'^ q u:ni' , Mnk D y 1 5; ■"• ■ t -*-"- v ■"■ Bloody Urine carefully treated UKBTHKAL SIRieiDBK Permanently Cored. Soft-feeling bunch of earth-Ilka worms. Varicocele la onrable. T-fOTVrr? TT? 1? A TTWTc'M'F Persons ailinprata distance, by giving all symptoms ZIKJUIH. 1 rs.fi, j± 1 Win,Vl 1 can be eucoasaf ully treatod at home. Call on or addrass Los Angeles Medical and Surgical Institute, 24.1 S. MAIN ST., ROOMS SI AND 5. WONDERFUL CURES BY DR. WONG, 713 SOUTH MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES, CAL. "Skidfni cure inc.rc.aaen longevity to tbe "In""»nlou«ly locating diseases through th world." th .— aud excellent remedies are great bless logs to the world." Four years ago my daughter, Vcrgiula Bell, was treated by Dr. Wong for what physicians called hip disease, and h»d pronounced Incurable after Ir. utiug her for eight years. Dr. Wong's diagnosis was that she was afflicted Willi one of the thirteen forms of cauoer. Hts medlcicp effected a permanent cure in seven months time. Two years ago my graudsou became blind ia one eye. Dr. Wong restored his sight in three weeks'time, A. LASBWELL, Savannah, CaL Afterl had been treated eleven years, by six different doctors, for consumption, and they had Hated tbat 1 couldn't live twomonths, I took Dr. Wong's medicine and was cured In seven months. I enjoy excellent health, and weigh 170 pounds. MRS. A. M. A VELA, lbl2 Brooklln aye., Los Angeles, Cal. PRIVATE, NERVOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASES OF MEN quickly cured without the Me ol poisons 4000 cures. Ten years In Los Angeles, DR. WONG, 713 South Main St., Los Angeles. GRAND AUCTION SALE OF TEE DURFEE LOT OF STANDARD AND FINELY BRED TROTTERS! At AGRICULTURAL PARK, This Morning, October 17th, at 10 a.m. Tako Electric or Horse Car. There was nertr offered at nub'i- sale as m l bred a iot in this state as this collection, there belug five bead by McKianev. - lli-i, oolts aud illlies, a'l Bcely brel aud of striking Indi viduality: 8 young stallions by MoKinuey; one Ally by WooNoy, full brother totnegrsat Sunol, 2:0814; one by Connlfer by t.ord Russell, full brother to Maud 8.. 2:08%. Tbl' ti no wcedlng-out sale, but is my entire lot, and I will sell without reiarve. E. W.NOVKS Auctioneer. tit] CHAS. A. DURFEE, Owner. IMPORTING GROCER, 1361138 S. Spring 7-25 ly SHETLAND PONIES AT AUCTION! On Thursday, Oct. 19th, at 9:30 a.m., on the Premises, Cor. Downey aye. & Alta st Fifteen head of Stallions, Marcs and Geldings, together wiiu a pony surrey and harness. 3or oral well-matchtd teams The original stock, some ol which Is included, was bought of A. J. Alexander of Wood burn farm and Daniel Bwirart of Lexington, Ky. The above-described ponies c*u be seen from now until day of sale at Mr. Johnaton'sprlvate stables, head of Dowaey ttT ,TJo o. Ma "- M ' E - JOHNSTON, Owner. 10-12 8t E. W. NOYEB, Auctioned. 7