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TtTTHE PDBLTc.~FOR A LONfl time stories reflecting on the character of mv sisters, Jocspbine and Minnie Holmes, have' been circulated by Mary C. Vanaukeii, ami her acknowledgment that all such stories nre false la now recorded at pare 217. in book 00 of Miscellaneous records i f this count;. Rev. J. 11. Phillips, paitorol People's cliurel', has been active in making these stories p iblic and has lent iiiem ihe vvclglu cf his authority. Though he admits lo myself and my itlouds Hint he knows nothing derogatory to . tihe- M my sisters, he refuses to assist in righting the great wrong which he lias done. 1 hereby declare all such stories to 1 c false and malicious, and told only for tho purpose Ol defaming the innocent and the dead. 'IHORVALD HOLMES. Los Angeles, Cal., Juno 23, 1894. 0-27 lm A~ GOLD MI VESTMENT—VV\\N'I ED at once, a man that lias BIOOOtO B500S) to invest in a genuine mining Investment. The n .mi of money Invested can be doubled within three months, and every dollar put iv is doubly secured; no chances oi loss. Money is to be used in buying a smelter to smelt rich gold ore, already dug and on the dumps. Nothing but gold bullion could produce such results. Gold bullion is equal to gold com, and a small investment in this mine Is equal lo a smalt fortune. The management of the iunds contributed and ihe property will be Wholly in the hands ol the officials elected by the stock subscribers. JTeaso call and investi gate at rooms 2011 ami 210 Stimson block, Third and Spring sts. 0 13 tf N OTICE—THE 108 ANGELES CITY WATER company will iCriotty enforce ihe follow ing rules: Tna hours for sprinkling are be tween li nnd 8 o'clock a ni. and 8 and 8 o'clock p.m. For a violation of the above regulation tho water will be shut off nnd a tine of *2 will be charged before the water w ill be turned on again* 8-17 tf ■VTOTICE OF ELECTION OF TRUSTEES— 1M The annual meeting of the resident mem bera of til* Seventh Day Adventist Cbnroh of Los Angeles, Cel., will be held at the church on Carr street, Sun lay, JOlf 8 h, at 1! p. ra. for the election of a board of live Irustees lor the ensuing year. G. W. DANTOKTH, See. THE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE Loan and Trust Company aie enclosed in a fire proof- and burglar proof vault, with lime locks end brillinntlv lighted with electricity; alcoves attached lor the private examination of valuables, with writing materials; n young tatty In attendance. s-1 ti MESMIN'B FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC monthly medicine for immediate relief ior painful and irregular menses-from what ever cause. For sale by FREEMAN <£ CARPER, 102 N. spring si. Price, 82 per tox. * I'TTLITpERr~HOU SE ~MOVER. OFFICE, i\« 13 Center place. 1-15 v PIC It SON At.. T^EESONAL—COFFEE FHKBH ROASTED J every day. .lava antl Mocha, 35c. lb. : Moun tain coffee, 20c.; tl lbs Roiled Wheat,oats. 25c ; l.en iea, 20c.; ti lbs Corn Meal, 15c.; 3 cans Apricots, 25c ; 0 lb3. Raisins, 20c.; 3 lbs Peaches, 25c.: 22 lbs brown sugar, ■1; 8 lbs. Beans, 25c ; Pork, 0' -ir. ; Bacon, I2j -..c.; 50 bars Soap, irl; Wood Pai s, 15c; Brooms, isc. Mason Jars. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 S B,ring. CI IA SB'S MARKET, <!18~S. SPRING—STEW ing mutton, 3c; rib or shoulder mutton chop, lbs 15e; leg oi multon, Sc; 2 lbs round slcak, 15c; « lbs boiling beef, 25c; good roast beef, sc: 2 ibs pork sausage, 15c, 2 lbs good pork chops, 15c; 3 lbs salt pork. 25c; 4 lbs rib steak, *,:sc; 4. lbs spare rilis, g50., etc., etc. CHASE'S MARKET, (US S. Spring st. 1-30 ly 13EHS0NA~L~RALPH RROS —TpoTll~ll.\R x flour, 05c; city tlour, 70c.: granulated Bugar. llllbs. sil; brown sugar, 22 lis. Bl; n lbs. rolled oats, 25c.; sariliues. 5 boxes. 25c; tomatoes. 2 cans, lOC; midland coli'ee, 25c lb; eastern oil. 75e; gasoline, 75c; -1 paokagea Btareii, 25c: lard, tO-lb. can, 80c; 5 lbs., 45c. 00l S. Spring st., corner Sixth. IjERSONAL— A MIDDLE AGED~M VN THAT that has v good home would like to form the acquaintance of a German lady or widow not over 85 yean old. Address c. A. box 30 (hia office. n-lt> Tt f\ LIMPSES OF~AMERICA-READ THE VT coupon offer today. [1 you avail yourself Oi the opportunity you can cosily make fr'tO. gDIICATMN A 1.. ■liroODltt'RY II US I Nl-..-.S COLI EGE. 221 i £ VV Spring st, the oldest, largest and finest equipped commercial school in Southern Cal ifornia; v tin,rough course iv the commercial branches and banking; a superior aud suc cessful shorthand and typewriting department and a practical fingllah course; new college rooms perfectly lighted anil ventilated; elec tric elevator lor pupils' use; new furniture and appliances; open all Ihe year; pupils re ceived at any time; Illustrated catalogue aud full information free. G. A. II OF Gil, presi dent: N. G. FEt KEE, vice-president. 4.-1 ly LOS ANGELES BCMNEBB COI LEGE AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL. (Incorporated , l-ll south Main street. Largest and best equipped business training school on the coast. Thorough and practical courses in the commercial, shorthand, type writing teSegraphy, assaying and all English branches. Large, able and mature faouiiy Of instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Call at offioe or write for elegant catalogue. E. F. BCHRADER, president; F.W. KELSLY', vice-president; I. L. INSKEEI', see relary. 0 10 ly ifiPEOIAL SUMMER SESSION OF~T~HirLOS C> Angeles Business college, 144 South Main street, opens July 2d. All tlm brunches of the eighth, ninth and high school grades, together with the reguim branches of the commercial and shorthand courses, thoroughly luught by able and experienced teacher:-, .in excellent opportunity for public school pupils to bring up their work, or to advance a grade. Un equalled facilities for penmanshiu, typewrit ing and telegraphy. Cull or write lor 'particu lars PJANOS. f*.oß SALE—PIANOS--PIANOS. 213 South Broadway. CHICKERING STECK CHICK ERING STECK CHICKERING M'ECK Large Slock 1 Low Prices I Easy Terms! We also have the following Pinnos, which have been used only a short time, uud will be sold very cheap: 1 Voso. X New England. l Steinway. 2 Jcwetta. 1 (.'bickering. GARDNER & ZELLNER, 913 South Broadway. Potomac Block. 8-28 if attornky". attorne y-at-baw, .?< Btimaon block rooms 42. and *2S. Tele phone 528 Practices in all tho courts, stale and lederaj. 71 tf ttunsaker] GOODRICH A McCUTCHEN, J 1 lawyers; rooms 541) tos4(i, Bradbury blk, Bill floor, cor. Broadway i Third sts. Tel. 1120. T>~J. AIICOCK7ATTORN E y7""sPE CIA E AT XI, tentiongiven to the settlement of estates I li w. First st. l g 'f UOsPITA LH. TJACIITC SANITARIFM. PICO AND HOPE X streets. Barge, nirv and conveniently ar ranged for patients. The service is the best to be secured. Telephone 188. CARKI*OK IVOIIKN. I JIG "TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON ) works, 128 San Pedro it., between First Sad Second «!«., Boa Afletelan. d-ii U UK I, I' WANTED— pn.E DRIVERS. TRACK LAY VV or.s, shovel met:, mill nil kinds of laborers for railroad construction In Arizona, Railroad fare I«>.-io : hoard per week: wages from Ijil.ftotoitl2.so. PETTY, lIUMMELA- I'd., WO and 302 W. Second, ror. Ilroadnoy. Tel. 009. 0-0 If \\ r ANTEI)— ALL NEEDING HELP, FREE il employment or am- Information, oddreaa E. RITTTNGER'S BUREAU, established 1180 -ofllee, 819)4 8. Spring st.; residence, 4AI S. Hope St., corner Fifth, I.os Aug les, Cal. T<•.«- phone. 118. 0 10 << CllfV AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA / b0» bureau, s*o Now Hlgh it. lelepiionc HO3; for rooks, waiters, household help, me chanics and laborers. \V. A. WHITE, manager. 11-10 tf VX7AKTRD—SI AN TO CLEAN HERALD COM II posing room; musi be able to fur ish ladders and uli aepur.itus; about two days work. Apply ot Herald business ofllee. PETTY, Ht'MM BL A CO] EMPLOYMENT a ents, 800-902 West Second St., California bank building basement, corner second and llroaiiway. Telephone 509. I*s tt IV anted—no v\\ rniTioRPE and hit.cy II 10 lake Invalid lady for a ride every morning. Inquire ill 233 s. 'irand aye. tP^TJU WANtKB-*n«NTJ. rpilK LOS ANGELES MUTUAL LIFE AND J Accident Insurance Company, Bx7 Brad bury block, Is now issuing regular policies on its liberal and popular plan, and offers attra: I livc inducements to ilesirnblc eatlcliors, either men or women; send forexplunatory circulars. 0-2 lm avTed-lTdyTand gentlemkn so . icitors tor an article w hie h is new, well advertised and will pay o good profit. Call after 1 p. in. Nt 81 Potomac, block. It TXT AN TED—LADY AOKNTB TO SELL THE VV finest toilet prenaration for tho complex ion. Call nt 834 E. sixteenth >t, B-1W 3t WANTKIl —SITUATIONS. YTT A NTE I >-sTtTTt 10 X,~li V AN EXPERI VV enced man In the crockery business as salesman or packer) ten years' experience; can give lue very beat of EvfOISHCii. AddjrSSd C. 11. P., box 00, Herald office. U-lOtf \\ T A XTEi>-11Y MAX AXD'iIMFicT PERSIAN* II cut einplovmcut on stock or Iruit ra.ieh. Address E. S. Iliix 2" Herald office. 8-87 31 WANTKD-JIISCSI.L » SKOUS^ WT ANTED—OWNERS TO LIST THE llt *l property, ior s'.ie or exohange, wilh us; we have several w ants for all classes ol real estate; send in full description of what you have and what yon want (or it, together with lowest price, to DOWSING i; MAC VINE, 231 West First st. fi-lt tl TjrrANTED—TO for city II properly, 200 head of horses ou range: the bone* can remain on range if desired: a bargain for someone. Aodress E. s. MAIH EWS, 324 s. Spring st. 0-2!) 7t WANTED AT OXCE-ALL KINDS OF SEC 01.d hand furniture for spot cash; highest rricespaid. LKWIi ALDEUSO.N, 312 s. Main st. Tel. 1103. 1-10 tf TE7ANTEI7—Y'OU TO SAMPLE OUR EXG VV 11th Breakfast, Oolenga, Japans, ceylons, at the English lea and Coffee Company, 311 W. Second st. _3-l> Oju "lI T A X TED-OLD CLOTH ING-ORDE R8 BY VV moll promptly attended to, s GREEK- G ART, 107 Commercial St. S-13 3m YVAXTED-Ir'.VJOO WORTH Or' SECOXD >V hand furniture for cash. THOS. HITCH ELL, 502 S. Main st. li-2 lm LOS! - AND FOUND. LOST-LADY'S WHITE ENAMELED GOLD breastpin in shape of marguerite with dia mond iv center; liberal reward. Return to LOST, Herald. 0-2 If LOST-MEMORANDUM HOOK AXD No use to anyone but owner. #: reward for their return." J. C. WLLLMON, 230 W. First st. 0-20 2t T GI!Ey'T: ARE7sonE~OX LEFT j shoulder. Finder return to 11 W. Beacon street. 0-2(1 3t UDBINKHB Oi-polivrUNlTlrlS. '- — PA RTX efT W A NTE D. fi OOD CHANCE—ON ACCOUNT OF OTHER T buslneaa 1 am compelled to sell my half In terest in a well located and payingsaloon busi ness; remaining parluec is n goou saloon man and will accepl any agreeable man as partner; price for half interest Is rH-SOtl: a positive bar go.n. For particulars ice BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. B-gfl tl I TIOB SALE-OWING TO OTHER BUSINESS lof a preasing nature tbe He-aid job ofllee is for sale at a positive sacrilicc. Call at 80J W. Second aud be convinced. 0 2 li BIOOEBT BARGAIN EVER OFFERED; THE best little frail store in city: located with in one b.oek of this office; "must be sold at once: price 1)875; is worth 18500] see this today. Apply 10 HEN Wll ITE, 221 W. First si. 0-27 3t -KARIC CHANCE • ffiCAA-RESTAURANT AND 10 FURNISHED ePOUU rooms connected, in a thriving coun try town, close to city: low rent; only tirst class place in town: pays well: sec this bargain today. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. ItOCEP.Y WITH 4 LIVING ROOMS: GOOD Vjt corner; long leuse; low rent; slock at in voice at lowest wholesale prices; will invoice about .foeo. tec BEN VVH ITE, 221 W. First st. 8-29 tf 1- A —ONE-lIA I.F INTER EST I !(T GOOD Ott'lv'. [eying paper hanging and painting business; sure investment; value in slock. HEN WHITE, 221 West First street. 0-21 ti \V AXTEB-PA RTNE bT~W ITH *500 TO EX -11 gage In legitimate enterprise; a aure in vestment; principals only. Address L. s., box 20, Herald. 0-27 It poll SALE—SMALL LAUMIRyT'a BAR t gain. Address laundry, Box ttt Herald office, u-27 7t ai , / s / well located JJIUU little cigar store; 11 bar.am. Apply to BEN WHITE, 22 I W. Firs I st. li-22 tl TF YOU WANT TO DISPOSE BUSI -1 ness without delay apply to HUBEB A BARNARD, 227 W. Second. U 1 lm OATIOON WITH FOUR LIVING ROOMS; LOW C'reiil, good corner; bargain. See HEN WHITE, 2111 W. l ir.-l st. li-20 If Cff WILL BUY A GOOD CHOI' HOUSE ?N>»J outfit; fo. sale Ude.y only. Address 821 E. First st. It I-tOR SALE ~AT~ I'OMO.VA-i SELL THE 1 earth, several good business openings. R. S. BASSE IT. t RE YOT7~LOOKING FOR BUSINESS OP ;\ poriunityT Call and investigate. 112 cen ter place. c-29 7t LODGING ~HOUBE-28 ROOMB, PRICE only 9850. BEN WHITE, 221 W. Firat St. 0-22 If 1•> BUY A LEOITIMATE BUSINESS OF ANY Z kind go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 6-28 tf r ODOING ROOMS; CHEAP, Lj See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. ti-22 tf |> EN WHITE." 231 W. FIRST BT., CAN SELL 13 or exchange your property quick. 8180 tf T ODGINg" HOC PRICE. $450. Ij BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. C-22 tf A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME—READ THE \ great Qoupon offer in tliis paper. MKDItIIS. Mrs. fabkebl CLAlR voyant; consultations on business, mm oral locations, law suits, removals, disease love, marriage, etc. 'lake University electric car to Forreater avenue and Hoover street, go west on Forrester avenue three blocks lo Vine street, second bouse on Viucslreci west of Ver non avenue. 3 30 tf MADAM NORMANDIE, SPIRIT MEDIUM: givea sittings daily, nntl developing me dium: has great power in healing 'be sick; belp the poor, ills Utah aV., Santa Monica. G.:Q-lm WINKS AMI) LIQUOHS. rpUBNER HALE SALOON—UNDER NEW L Turnveroin ball, aiTJi s. Main at. Best boma brew on tap. A line restaurant lo con nection. Family rooms. G. CIA)ETTA, loop. 4-22 :im KOII KXOHAMGK. I"ToiPiBTf ; intlde lots, Sprague, Wash., title perfect, and some caab for moist land south of tbe city. T. .1. CI" 1)1) V, 300 N. Spring st. G-211 :it IKON WOHKI. U" NION iPON WORKS-ENI.INESrfIOILICRr", oil and water tanks, elevators, etc. First and Alameda sts. 0 G 1 a CHIKOPOIJIMT. ISs"'('.'stAlTEK, CHIROPODIST AND massage, 211 \V. First st., OPP. Nudcnu. 12-2-1 if AHCBITKOTS, H. BROWN, ARCHITECT, .ROOMS 513, • 010 and 017 Sllmson building. 8 7 tf LOS ANGELES ITERALU; FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 20. 1894. FOB N A L.X—CITY FROPKIITT. J-iOR BALE^FIN kTbV 11U11 BAN RESIDEXCK 1 of twelve rooms, elegantly finished, be side* abaaoraentfitted up with laundry with stationary tubs, ho; and cold water, telephone, electric and modern impro. emeu Is; high at tie, capable of making tour large room-; largo clilna closets, eight closets, hulls etc.; live tiro places, and o number of linos. 'I'wolve acres of land with water sup ply piped under pressure. and largo stream of never failiux water; splendid op portunity for fish pimds. Within n mite of the city limits, one block from depot Ok Terminal railroad. Orchard of finely assorted fruits; flowers and usual outhouses; lino views; litlj perfect, price !fBj' (>, being cost of the Im provements; term!liberal, or will take aseash payment one-halt in residence properly lv this city. Address W. I. P., P. O. box Sua, Los An gela*, Cal. 4-0 ti >i I Q "A—FOR SALE-FOURTEENTH AND tV |r% nf Main slr.ets. co toge of 0 rooms, gas, nice lawn nnd flowers I lot 40x100; wld also soil furniture which Is new, If purch asers desire: this is a very rare bargain; a splendid homo for a small family: FOU - teenth ami Main streets Is one of the choicest locotions lv Los Angeles; sell ing on account of death In faintly. Ad dress BARGAIN, Box 50, Herald oltlce. -poll SALE—TWO ACRES OF THE FINEST JT property in <lie city for manufacturing nnd warehouse purposes; right in the centre of ourciiy; bounded by two streets and two rail roads; al o sacrifice; will sell cheapor rent ior I.rins of years, CLARK A IiRYAN. 127 W. Third si. U-28 4t |70P. SALE-50x105 ON CLEAN SIDE OF V ■ South Spring st. This is elegant property, and tho big-growth the next 12 10 -24 months la as certain as death and taxes. Bur While the grouml-iloor opportunllv is offered. CLARK & BRYAN, 12/ W. Third at. pv.7 Ot ■ IUSIKESa CORNER LOT — UNDIVIDED J> half interest, Downey aye. and Daly st.. in the business cen or of East I.os Angeles; mortgage foreclosed; mv client must sell at great sacrifice. Address J. E. HUNTER, attor ney, Stimson block, fourth floor, city. 0-13 tf 17108 SALE-'7x120 FEET, THE BEST IX -1 side business corner in the oily; old im provements now thereon paying over li per cent net; this property u.ny be bad at n bar gain and w ill pay vim to look it up, T. J. CUDDY. 20ti N. Spring st. t-29 ot i;OU SALE—lfiiftOO-A LOVELY HOUSE I 1 near Vermont aye.: 8 acres of elegant laud nil iv trees and berries; born, outhouses, e:c.; this is iv Ihe ir.e of groivih and a bargain. T. J. CUDDY. 200 N. Spring si. 8-J9 3t lIOU SALE-ipaod— iiSxlGii FEET WEST SIDE ' of Los Angeles, near First; inadequate lm -1 rove t cnls now-paving 10 per cent net; only WOO per iront foot. T. J. CUDDY, 2JO N. Spring st. 0-20 3t >r>Olt SAi.E-»?t350—7-KOOM MODERN COT tage; large lot, barn and chicken yard: near the street ear; southwest; only $1300; terms to suit. T. J. t UPDY, 200 N. Spring st. (J-2U 3t I ""OR S.vLE—s7so0 —A CHARMING MODERN 1 house wilh lo TOxIOO on the clean side of slreet; Bonnie Brae tract: very cheap; only 557000. T. J. CUDDY. 20(1 N. Spring st. 0-23 3t I'Oii SALE — ifIOOO — A MODERN HOUSE and largo lot on the clean side of Twelfth st.. close in; will take part in exchange: pr.ee, .fIOOO. T. J. CUDDY, 200 X. N. Spring st. 0-XU 3t ItHK SALE—CHEAP, A 0-KOOM HOI.-! i, : with stable, chicken coop, etc.; good place for poultry! lot 40x200. See owner at 12t> IV. Second st." 0-27 lin oj roosFhouse. no. 2ti castelapTst., «.-t al 0 bargain Bsß lm T SELL Tin: EARTH. 1 12 2 v tf It, S. IIASSETT. Pomona, Cal. —cIIL'NTKT FKOPKKTY. TTIOB SALE —CHEAPEST IRRIGABLE LAND J. near Los Angeles; no water rates to pay. Price less than half of usual rales—lllo acres out of the east 200 acres of Tejunga ranch, Ihe excepted 4V acres being in SE. corner hereto fore ooid to and Improved by John Cox. Eleva. tion about 120 1 feet a-ove sea level; 10 miles due north of Los Angeles. 15 miles by road. The soil is line decomposed granite, tile south and esst ports especially choice; the northwest is injured by rock. There is 0 fine stream of water, deenicd ample for the entire 201 ncres piped out and belonging to tho 200 acres alone, with reservoir on separate tract iOO feet more elevated than the center of this Iract. There are also included in this piece SO acres of laud purchased of the railroad company many years ago. from which is delivered the water, lie title of which water, however, has been heretofore perfected by uppropria'ion. There is a good deal of wood anil some arable and on tbe so acres. Tho 20.) acres is patented land, being a pan of the i too acres of Tejunga ranch grant. Price, #75 per acre for the 100 acres, being $1.',000 lor the entire property, includ ing so acres, reservoir water pipes, water, etc. Terms, one-third cash; balance iv one and two years BperoO'it interest. WouM accept Los Angeles city property for one half the pnrohaae price, or will soil the land separately iv tracts oi Hi or more acres, with 1-200 of the entire water, water rights, water pipe and reservoir. Price, VBtl per acre. Address, W. L. P., P. O. box OliO, Los Angeles. 6-5 tf I/OP. SALE-9*ooo-40 ACRE* OF WALNUT * land near Anaheim; 3 acres hearing wal nuts, fi acres apricots and Other fruits; small piece ot cl-alfa; balance of the land In young paper shell walnuts; a perfect water right; house, barn, well, etc.; will lake city property iv exchange. T. J. CUDDY, 2UO N. spring st. (J-.il 3t r-jsll 1; (111 AKMIN LAND CO. ARK SE I.LI KG X dootdoua fruit a::d alfalfa lands for .-sin per acre. Come to palmdale and see us or write for information, P. O. address HERALD. Los Angeles Cal. fi-fi 2M (2<J/IAA—FOR BALE—IO ACRES OE FINE land near Santa Monica; i bargain; line view and surroundings. Address J. 11., box "'I, lleii'.ld. o-2H tf FOX MW, H —1.1 Vis STOCK, SAI.E-IiOOD WORK AXD DRIVING J 1 horses and farm lm piemen s. JOHN JEA.NES, Lacuna ranch, Station li, Los Angeles. 0- hi I hi, FOU SALIC— MIBCKI.I.AN KIIUS. J SALE-<jUART7. MILL; OIWFrVE- A' stamp mill complete, ready to run: one triumph concentrator complete j One V, Y. con centrator complete; one Dodge rook brenkei; one derrick complete. All Ihe above are near ly new and in line •hope and ready ior ship ment on abort notice. The whole will be sold for #201/0 cash or on time on approved security. Apply to or address it. li. TAYLOR, South Riverside, CaL '< MO i a FOU It KNT—HOUS ICS. OANTA MONICA HOUSES TO BEKT AND 0 for tele In tb.li lovely seaside resort dow sing & MAG VINE, 231 West First st. 0-11 II 01 ItOOM"HOUSE.~sd~S:O CASTEI.AR ST. _ i Hi nt low. li-S Im F«»B mtUT— uooms. JJICRNISUED ROOMS—THE PARKER, 424 ; W. Fourth at.; parlor suite, suitable for (OUr gentlemen; all conveniences; also rooms (OT light housekeeping. ______ 1710R REM T—FI VE liEAUTIFU L ROOM KIN ; brick block with or without gas; terms rtasonabic. 60S Downey aye., East I.os An geles. IS-2'J tl_ JHOS REKT—UNFURNISHED, VERY NICE * rooms in '..rick block, -101) E. Filth at. G-'-'S 3t 17URNI8HED ROOMS TO LET — LIGHT 1 housekeeping-325 Huenit Vistasi. 11-.4 ti OYKItS AM) ITNISHKK.. V| eFroI'OLITAN STEAM DYE WORK.-,, 211 IVJ Franklin street, fine dyeing and cleaning. 1 ia k 1-JXITIS IA N D YEW OI; K273 SOUTH MAIN tt., best dyeing in the city. 11 3ti t^blialii— in quantities 1 to suit, al this oilu c. I' ATICNTS. COPY RIOHTM. KTC. A l ENTS FOlt^NViTn'l OP.s'FN ALL COUr? tries obtained, bought and sold; trudc marks, copyrights, etc., by s. .1. DAY & 1 0., patent attorneys, rooms 232-283 Bradbury building, Los Angeles. Established 184.1. 1-2SG' HA 7. AP.D.tTO W N S E N 11,1! i) ( I) i !)T, 110 WX E V block. Tel. :U7. Los All K e 1 es. 11-21 11 PHYSICIANS. "lUES.'llii'j. fl SM'ir H PbP El' I ALT V, >UD -Itl wiferv. Ladles cared fir during confine ment at 727 Bellevoeavenue, calls promptly ail ended 10. Telephone 1 ill*. U-8 tf McaicAi,. LOS "n nCLKS CONBERVATOUY OF MUSIC and Arts; open all the year. MRS. EMILY J.VALENTINE, president; Y. If, C. A. bttUd ing, Broadwayand Second eta. H-1 -1 1 y SI'KCIAI.IsTS. DR. B. OV COLLINROPTBALMIC OPTICIAN, wilh Ihe L. A. Optical Institute; eyes es ftWlPt' tree. 125 S. Spring st. h3O U FIN IIACIFIC LOAN' COMPANY. I INCORPORATED). Loans monov in any amount r»n all kinds of collateral securities, dia monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan dise, etc. Also ou pianos, iron and steel sales, without removal Par tial payments received. Money quick, buttaeaa confidential. Prt y ate office for ladies. \v. K. DEO HOOT, Manager, S-90 ly Roms 2, li and 4,114 S. Spring it. RATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO. — Mouey to loan upon coll-teral security, Jew elry, diamonds, furs, professional librarios, pianos, lodging house and hotel furniture, merchandise, etc.; business strictly private and confidential. JOHN MITCHELL JON'.-s, manager, room 7,.121 Tcmpie st., cor. Temple ,nd New HI3II st. i-po I.oa N-ijioOO to »sibo,6ooroT'l7rrY and 1 country property; 5-» to 8 per cent net; Without delay; luortgages and bonds bought and sold; loans made on personal security. JOHN I. PAYKOVICH, broker, i:2u West First street. 5-13 11 M~~ ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEW elry. watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEG BROS., 2 U ly 402 S. Spring st A GOOD INVESTMENT—A FEW COUPONS J\ nnd dimes will secure one of tho finest works of art in America. Read the great cou pon offer elsewhere. IT^OR ~ s7fl!ic — A LOT OF GUARANTKED 1 street improvement bonds. Apply to 0. SHEERER, 287 W, First St.; ofllee honrs. 10, 10:30 a. m. 4 4 if MONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE OR SMALL amounts at current rates on approved security. WIIATLEY ci CO., 2011 Bradbury building. 5 80 tl MON'l".Y r ~Tb LOAN AT CURRENT RATES. CHAS.M. STIMSON,2sOW\First st. Nocom missions charged. Flrst-olnss mortgages bought 1 a tf I'.XCIIKMIONK. City, .-'t Louis, 1 hicago, New York and,"Boston. Leave , oa Angeles avtry Wednesday; personally conduct dtilOUglltO Chicago and Boston ; family lourist sleepers to Kansas City and Chicago daily. L>W rates and quickest time. Office, 139 N. Spring st. 7-1 m DHILLIP8 1 EXATRSION PERSONALLY I conducted via Rio Grande Western, Dcn vc and Rio Gronde and Rock is nnd route, leave Lns Angeles every Tuesday, crossing ihe sierra Nevada* and Passing entire Rio Grande scenery by daylight. Office, 138 S. Spring si. 12-9 tf J _ UPSON'S EXCU ItSIOXS EAST LKAVE Mondnvs for Chicago, New York and Ho- ton via Rio Grande Western and Denver and Rto Urailde railways, arriving from Chicago, New York and Boston every Wednesday. Ofllee. 212 S. spring si. 1-11 tf UMNTIstrS. 1882—Established—188*. DR. U W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND First street, Wilson block: take elevator. Cold crown nnd bridge work a specially; teeth extracted without pels. Room 1. mi tf DR. . Corner Seventh and Main streets. Telephone 1031. 4-11 tf 57 X F. NNEiI V, 1) KN TI ST, 108J4 N. SPRING street, rooms 2, 0 and 7. painless extrac tion. _?-'' 20 " TTSRANK STEVENS, SPRING ST. Open Sundays nnd evenings; electric light D~ R. J. E. YOUNG, DENTIST, 881 sTsFRING si.. I os Armeies, ft-22 If conrRKAOC. " barrels and kegs for wines, liiuors, oil, beef, lisb. pork, ■ lard, pickles, etc., etc. We will till nil orders promptly for either soft wood or oak packages, out-of-town orders will receive our prompt attention. L. A. COOPERAGE CO., S2O East First st. Tel. 620. «-2l lm lOIC MACHINES. JOHN 11. HIBE, HERCULES ICE AND RE 'rlgeratlnc machines, electric melorsand dynamos, steam and gas engines, refrUcrn tiirs and cold storage plants. Office 230 N. .'.lain si., i.os Angeles, Cal. 0-20 lm NlllitT FACTonY. T~~fTT»RIZg'!NT it CO., SHIRTS TO ORDER . Hint fit White vests: all kinds of shirts, uniforms and gowns; first-class garments. -135 W. First st , basement. *i-0 lm CONTKACI'ORS. piONRAD SCHfTrER, GRANITE, BITUMIN ous and q.-phal'. paving. | 2d7 W. First st. STOCKS AND HONKS. BOND INTEREST. NOTICE IS lIF.RERY GIVEN that the fourth semi-onnunl interest coupon of the seven per cent, gold bonds of the MOUNT LOWE RAIL-i WAY', issued by the Pasadena and Mount Wil son Railway Company, maturing July Ist, 1884) will be paid«n and after that date on presen tation of Ihe proper coupon at the office of the Los Angeles Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Btlmson block corner Third and Spring streets Los Angeles, Col. N. B. —To holders of these bonds for those hereafter purchasing) who may be desirous of having tbelt interest coupons paid in San Fran cisco or the east, arrangements will bo made to enable them to do so, in any of thcprincip.il cities, by giving timely notice at the Company's Office, Grand Opera llouseblock, Pasadena, Cal. IJ-21 lm T. S.*C. LOWE, President. Kxtimiimtioß of Teachers. N'OTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE semi-annual examination of teachers w ill be held in the Spring-street School building, between Fifth and sixth streets, Los Angeles, Cal., beginning on Monday, Juue 23th. at 10 o'clock v. m. All e.nplicunts for teachers' certificates must be present at the beginning of the examina tion. Applicants holding valid primary grade cer -1 tiliea'tes gianterl iv this cuunty who desire, to I take the grammar grade examination must be present on Thursday, June 2Sth, at 1 o'clock p. in. All teachers desiring their certificates re newed must tile applications: for renewal with the secretary of the board on or beforo June 25th. By order of the county board of education. ti-';-22t W. W. SEAMAN, Secretary. Dividend iNotice. lOit ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, 230 NORTH _i Main st. For the half year ending June 3d, 1894, a dividend has been declared at the ratenf four and one-half ct;.j> per cent per an num on lorm deposits and liireu (3) per cent per annum on ordinary deposits, free of taxes, payable mi and utter Monday, July 2 ISII4. t).29 12t W. M. CASWELL, Cashier. THE JEFFERSONIANS. A Strung- nemooratto Organization i < i» 1.a.l Night. A large aud enthusiastic regular meet ing of tho Jefforeonian club waa held last nlgbt iv its b.tll over the Farmera and Merchants bank. Thirty new mem bers signed the roll. The rooma are cicely furniohad and bright. Owiug to the largo numbers of colored votera aceking admUaion to the club, on mo tion a ujitjcial committee,consisting of Q. (i. Brown, Bam Haskina and S. Oliver (all colored), was appointed to recceive applications for new momborohip. Suitable resolutions wora also paased in regard to tbo rscont apiaaair.ation of President Carnot. A committee was also appointed, to re port Monday night at t\ special meeting of tho club, ou the proper cjmmsmora tion of the Fourth of Jaly. Tine club bids fair to be the banner Democratic organization of Lob Angeles county, ob it now haa a m'jmbßrabip of over MOO. "Many of the citizens of Rainoville, Ind,, are never without a bottle of Chatnbarlain'a Couth Remedy in tbe house," Buys Jacob Brown, the loading merchant of tbe place. This remedy has proven of so much value for colds, croup nnd whonpini! cough ia children that few motherj who know its worth are willing to be without it. For sale by Off & Vaughn, Fourth and Spring; 0. F. Heinzeman, 223 North Main, druggists. THE CLASS OF NINETY-FOUR. Graduation Exorcises of tho College ot Liberal Arts. Interesting Proceed inrrs fit Chapel of the University. Mtnri< Shaw and Van Clora R-oslva Their Bheapiklns—Th» Jury Sys tem aud Cnxaylsua Dia eussrd. Yesterday morning tbe college ot liberal arts of tbe University of South ern California held its fourteenth com mencement in tbe college chapel. Tbe exercises began at 10 o'clock with music by tbe orchestra, followed by prayer by Dr. P. F. Breaee. Tbe orchestra then Oiled the spacious balls with tbe swelling sounds of har mony. Hat Gird Van Cltve. Mr. llae Gird Van Clevo, the son of Rev. J. W. Van Oleve, then delivered bis graduation thesis entitled, The Jury System, speaking of tbe jury system of the present as a fallacious institution. As far as it touches civilization it is no more, in fact not as much as the steam engine. A perfect verdict can only be expected when man himself is perfect. Tho present jury system is unreliable. The jury ia aupoosed lo be fully in formed and entirely able to render justice in accordance with tbe facts, after listening with more or )ese atten tion to the charge of the judge. Is it? The jnry is required to be ignorant of the cane and pretty near every thing else, and is for the moat part composed of il literate men, who are chiefly desirous of obtaining their board for nothing and $2 a day for polishing the benches of the court roo m. In a trial it is necessary for judge and aolicitors to be men of the highest abil ity, trained for their duty, and bound by aociety to tbe principles of justice and truth; but anyone can be a jury man. Tf a judge is able to decide a case, where'ia the necessity for a jury? In England the judges have decided case ■ for yearß; why can they not do co hero? A judge ie arbitrary, a juryman may be biased ; a judge ie educated, intellectual, capable; a jury is ignorant; a judge is bound by honor and self-respect to give impartial decisions ; a jury ia not indi vidual and is destitute of pride. A judge, then, is evidently superior to a jury, and if the jury were aboliohed, jus tice would be meled out with equity aud impartiality. Slavery, the great blot on our escutch eon, was once considered an advan tage. Intomperance waa formerly not condemned, even the clergy sipped the ruby wine. So with the jury. The in nocent are Dunished, the guilty are often acquitted; and the time will yet come when our people will awake and tear aside this present delueiou. Mr. Van Clove's oration was weli worded and highly interesting. Miss Krankie Urea then played moat artistically on the piano a polonaise by Chopin. Hartley Shaw Tbe valedictorian, Mr. Hartley Knaw, the eon of Judge Lucien Shaw, then ad dreßsed the audience on The Movement of the Unemployed. He handled the Coxay movement aa a principle in a masterly manner, presenting to hia hearers the real facta of the movement from a political standpoint. It was a very patent fact to all who listened to his exact aud logical discourse that he is an able eon of bis father. The audience then listened to another delightful selection by the orchestra. Dr. Matthew, tbe former doan of tho college, then delivered an address on The poßßlbiiitv of Mun'a Advancement. He prefaced his lemarks with a few words recalling his old aßSociationß with tbe students MiflsLuluC. Jolina then rendered in a most pi -using manner a minuet by Paderewoki. Prof. F. A. Raynoldß, tbe secretary of tho faculty, then presented tho class of to the preoident of the university, and Thomas Niron Curvor, '01, n candi date for tho degree of Master of Arts. After the address of President J. P. Widney, Mr. Van Cleve received hio diploma contorring upon him tbe degree of Bachelor of Arts, and Mr. Hartley Shaw reooived tho degree of Bachelor of Philosophy. Mr. Thomas Carver not being present, by order of the board of directors hie de gree was conferred by proxy. Rev. George White then spoke of the next year's work, announcing aa the (ac uity for next year the following; President of the union, J. B. Widnoy; D.D., A.M.; dean, Rev. M. B. Phillips of Southern Kansas union; chemistry and physics, G. J. Stabler, Pb.M.; bi ology, Orvil'.e P. Phillips, Ph.M.; Groek, Tamar Gray, A.M.; ethics and political science, Georgo Cochran, A.M., D.1).; Latin, F. A. Revnolda, A.M.; mathe matics, M. E. Phillips; modern lan guages, to he tilled; English literature. Alexander Hardin, A. M. Music by the orchestra followed end tbe benediction wad pronounced by Rev. Maclay nt San Fernando. There wao an audience of about 500 present. The ushers were the class of '95— Misses Martha Arnold, Mary Hoynton, Laura Whitlock and Maud Woolpert and .Messrs. Georgo Moyae and W. C. Twibo. YOUNG DEMOCRATS ORGANIZE. Preliminary Steps Tnkia to Form an Jst «rgetie Olnb. Fifty yonng Democrats met in Justice Seaman's court room last night, and took stops toward organizing a Demo cratic club. W. P. Jeffries was made temporary chairman and W. M. Ardis temporary secretary. The following committees were ap pointed : On permanent organization, constitu tion and bylaws—F. M. Pries, C. M, Benbrook, W. M. Ardis, H. L. Dunni gan, George O. Hupp and J. H. Har rington. On membership—C. K. Green, Robert Monro, C. E. Millner , Frank Batham, J. it. Pitts, E. Sena aud James Kav neaiey. The club will meet July 10th, at tbe same place, aud all young Democrats are invited to be present. THE COUNTERFEITERS. It Is Probable That an Imliotinant Will Ite Fonnit Today. It ia nnderatood that tho wltuoaeea and the outfit connected with tho Italian counterfeiters arrested by the police de tectives several days u;o, wore taken before tha federal grand jury yesterday. The grand jury remained in eoßaion long enough to bear the evidence and ad journed without doing any further busi ness. It ia likely that an indictment will be found against tbe counterfeiters today. TODNQ Mali's P.STIIITE, ' election of (Mil-era by the Grand Coun cil at San Franeleoo. Pan Francisco, June 28.—The election of grand officere by the grand conncil of tbe Young Men's institute waa concluded thia morning by tbe annonncemeut of tbe names of the new board of directors. Following ia the complete list of the grand officera who will serve during tbe ensuin,; term: Grand president, Frank J, Kierce. Grand tirat vice-president, T. J. Mur phy. Grand eenior vice-preaident, James Gallagher. Grand secretary, George A. Stanley. Grand treasurer, E. R. My rick. Grand marshal, John O'Donnell, Grand inside sentinel, Win. I'ann. Gtand ontaide sentinel—F. W. John ston. Grand dlrectora—Rev. C. O'Neill, Rev. W. D. McKinnon, J. E. Kenny, John Lynch, J. C. O'Donnell, J. K. Hawkina. T. B. McGinnia, D. J. O'Loary, Richard Lauxen, A. R. Daniko and S. J. Has kina. Tbe following members of the grand council were elected delegate! to tha supreme council, which ia to be organ ized as the governing body for tbe sev eral juriedictiona of the institute, cover ing all the councils belonging to is, whether located iv the Atlantic or Pa cific states or British Columbia, etc.: J. F. Sullivan, J. J. McDade, E. J. Bhee ban, J. F. Smith, Father J. A. Vun Nuval, L. J. Hue kins. Tne time and place of meeting of the supreme council haa not yet been fixed. BHIPPINO FISI ABOLIBUEU. The Pac'flo Coast Ship Owner* Blake a New Arrangement. San Francisco, June 28.—The Ship Owners' aseociation will on and after next Monday aboliah ahipping fees at the ports oi Seattle, Eureka, San Pedro and Sun Francisco. The fee at thia port ia now 50 cents a man, and at the other three ports $2 a man. Instead of tbe feee, the shipping agents at the latter three ports will receive monthly saloriea of $75 each. At Port Townaend, Tacoma and San Diego the feea will remain, but tbe salaries of the shipping agonta will be abolished after the Ist of July. The new arrangement practically leaves the ship owner without any out side expense. Ho p»ya nothing but his dues, which amount to $1 a man par month. He pays into the aaaociation each month just aa many dollars as he haa men in his employ. The sailor payi nothing and never hag. Preiirtorg-ast's Insanity. CmcAoo, June 28.—Three female ex perts, Dra. Sarah Hackett Stevens, Har riet Alexander and Florence W. Hunt, were witneaees today in the Prendergaet insanity heariug. They testified tbat the assassin waa an imbecile, and that hia brain is not developed. Other wit nesses were examined, among them Mra. Prendergaet, tbe mother of tbe prisoner. She testified tbat there had been insan ity in tbe family. Allowed to Barrow Montr. St. Louis, June 28.—Judge Thayer, In the Uaited States circnit court, has leaned an order authorizing the receivers of tbe San Francisco road to borrow a sum not exceeding $400,000 to provide for any deficiency in tbe funds appiicable far the payment of the coupons of the general mortgage bonds due January 1, 1894, together with interest upon the coupons. A San Diego Man Sulcldn. Aldu<iukrqub, N. M., June 28.—Mil ton B Parks of San Diego, Cal., who had b<en drinking heavily, cut hia throat with a razor today, lie ia likely to die. Sometime ago I waa troubled with an attack of rheumatism. I used Cham berlaia'a Pain Balm and waa completely cured. I have since adviaad many of my friends and cuatomera to try the remody, and all speak highly of it. Simon Uoldbaum, San Luia Rey, Oal. For sale by Off & Vaughn, Fourth and Spring; 0. F. Heinzaman, 232 North Main, druggists. Died Suddenly, Chicago, Juno 28.—Prof. Benjamin H. Simpson died suddenly today. He was assistant professor of systematic theol ogy in the Chicago university divinity BCUOOI. Houti's Curea Catarrh. Loa AKOBLKS, Oal., May IS, 1804.—My hus bvnd one uatarrh very badly. I persuaded him to try Hood's dersaparilla. He has taken live bottles, arid can sleep nights; doea not have tr.at vnoklng faedng at all.—Mas. JoitH P. II:: i.. 524 Albion itroet. Hood* Fills cure ale'i uoadache. Wall pa por hung, 10c roll; 9)828 S. Spring. SUPPOSABLY A BOGUS LETTER Postmaster Van Dnzen Gives Some Interesting Evidence. Leyahou Gutting: Fin ther in the Net* work of Tistiuioiiy. A Letter to Mra. Marguret Henry Which Burs Some V.ry (Ju.or Marks of ■Tread—Uther !>•■ tlmuuy. The prosecation finiahod putting teatimony yesterday in the Ley* ehon forgery examination in Justice liartholomew'a court and several wit nesses were examined for the defense. Postmaster Van Drieen threw a bomb ebell into the defendant's oainp while on tbe witness Btaud. Among the nu merous documents introduced in the case waa a letter. It purported to hava oomo from Colorado aud to have been from tbe preoident of the coal and oil company in which Leyshon ia supposed to have sunk over $1100 of Mrs. Mar garet Henry's savings, but it is alleged by the prosecution he put in hia own. pocket. The company, it is claimed, was a mythical one, created in the fer tile imagination of tho oily defendant to enable him to net a cinch on the money, Tho letter in question was as follows: Mrs. M. .t. Henry, 13S?; South Spring street, AAj3 AiifeCiOi, Cut. i Dear Madamic :—Last November, at the request of Mr. Leyshon, we trans' ferred 11 shares of the stock of our com pany which was in his name to your name, and it so appears on the books of the company. When I assisted Mr. Layahon in buying this stock I did not think any of it was to leave bis bands, lie told me, however, tbat it waa for a warm friend, and that he could control it just as well in ber hands as bis own, Had it been otherwise I abonld have ob jected, for, baring made such an ar rangement with him, I had the right tq objjet. Thia precaution was taken be cuuue we wanted to be in a poaition to handle it here, to some extent, our owe way. The transfer was made Thursday, November 10, 1802; INos. 108 to 170 in clusive; par value, $100, paid up. 1 conclude you muat be a very close friend of Mr. Leyibon, for he has for the very best of raasonß not allowed anyone aave myself know that he baa anything to do with our company. We are in excellent shape, notwithatandiug the bard times, and when they get better we expect to go on with the work aa rapidly as possi ble. I will keep Mr. Leyabon posted aa to our progress, which news he will im part to you. Respectfully, Frank Martin. Mr. Van Duaen was handed the let ter, and made the defendant look un comfortable by stating that the cancella tion stamps on the envelope were not ie use in tbe Los Angelea postoflioe at the date ahown on it, and it conld not have come through hia office, thus proving that it waa a cooked-np document. There wore two cancellation stamps, one Denver and the other Loa Angeles, They were in bluo ink, made by robber stamps, tha ink being tha earns color aa a little advertisement card in the upper lefthand corner. Singularly enough, tha name Arapahoe is spelled wrong in this; card. The defenae tried very bard to keep out this evidence, but it waa allowed to go in. Mr. Van Duaen's testimony closed the prosecution's witnesses, and the defenae opened with Rev. Dr. Campbell, who was questioned about Mr*. Margaret Henry teliing him that she did not be lieve tho defendant intended to defraud her. He said Mrs. Henry had ao spoken to him. Uev. Dr. Young followed with a simi lar answer to a similar question. The afternoon waa occupied in tbe ex* animation of Miaa Nellie Clark, who declared on tbe witneae stand that Lay-* ahon ia her "affianced." The young lady was quite BOlf posaeaaed, and her testimony waa given quite readily, proving very vulnerable on cross-examination. She ettid that Mr. Leyahon was being taken advantage of by her mother ana her sister, Mra. Henry, and flatly con tradicted them in many thinga, especially ia those conversations in which the de fenae has tried to abow tbat Mra. Henry and Mrs. Olark recognized Leyahon aa their business agent and authorized to aign their namea. The young lady's aged mother wai not in the court room when abe threw discredit on her gray hsira by attempt" ing to show that Mrs. Clark told a false* bood when abe denied having told Ley ehon that be could aign her name to a note, and she rattled off her contradic tion with an unconcern which showed ehe did not coneider it an unusual thing she was doing. Miaa Clark admitted giving $100 to Leyahon, which she haa not received back, and explained tbat ebe did it be cause abe waa under obligation to him, Upon being aaked what thia obligation was, ebe eaid he had clothed her foi three yeara past, waß very kind to her, paid her tuition in a stenographic course, and when be needed money aba cheer l fully gave it to him. Leyshon did not look very happy at the witness rattled on about him, and kept his eves cast down. Miaa Clark further said tbat Mr, Leyahon had many, many times baei spoken of by her sister, Mrs. Henry, ai her bußinessagent; tbat he had worked early and late for tbe family; had speui money for them, aud had clothed hei sister's little child for three years past On cross examination Mica Olark ad mitted that much of what ehe had tes tided to regarding Leyabon'a payment! of money were what be had told her She also admitted that Leyshon paid u< board during the three yeara he haa livod with their family. Mr. Dillon came near getting in somi very sensational testimony with refer ence to a promissory note for $35 hi handed the witness, but it was not ul lowed in evidence. It waa it note U which Mra. Maggie Henry's name wai aigned. The examination will be resumed tail afternoon and it is expected that it will bo finished before adjournment. llotat Committee. The hotel committee of the chambei of commerce met at the chamber yeater day afternoon and gave final consldera* tion to all the propoaitione whioh havt been placed iv their bands. Tho committee will report at th< next meeting of tbe board of directors; It wiil hold one more meeting nexl Monday at 3 o'clock, at which time an" changes which may be made in any oj tbe proposals already filed will be cob siderad. If you want a reliable dye that will color at even brown or black, and will pleaaa and aati isfy you every time, use Buckingham a JJyi lor the Whiskers.