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The Populists and the Council
at Loggerheads.
Two New School Building's Are >'ow
A Maetlng of th« Soathorn Cftlifarnfft
1U«<|iO»1 Society—N«wa of the Day
Vp to »»te—Not fn aud
Paradina, Oot. 18.—The Populists ore
much worked up over an attempt oi tbe
members oi the city council to keep
them irom putting up their big tent in
which tbey propose to hold a series oi
meetings commencing Saturday evening.
Tbey claim that the council, which ia
purely Republican, is endeavoring to
keep them from putting up their tent
any where ne ir the business center for
fear of interfering with Republican
meetings. The tire limit ordinanoe was
sprung on the Populists when they
made application to he allowed to ereot
a tent 40x61) on Ihe ocf r of Fair Oaks
and Kansas, directiy uortti of the Wooa
ter block, and one after another the
councilmen seen today on the lire and
water committee refused to allow them
to put up the tent. They claim, and
with much reason, that if the fire ordi
nance is to be strictly enforced that the
Republican wigwam, constructed oi
boards stood on end and adjoining one
of the best blocks in town, should not
have been allowed to so up. Tne lot
selected by the Populists bas a street
on two Bides and the tent would not ap
proach any building nearer than 30 feet,
whereas the wig wain has for its two
sides adjoining blocks. It was current
ly reported that Councilmsn Cox had
given as a reason for refusing tbe per
mit, that the Populists bad endeavored
to break up a Republican meeting the
other evening by stationing a man on
the corner.with a blackboard and a loud
voice. Mr. Cox denied tbe accusation
when interviewed by the Hkrald repor
ter this afternoon, itaticg that he did
not propose to maite ordinances and
then help to break them by allowing
tents to go up in the fire limits. The
Populists are now endeavoring to secure
the vaoant ground on the northwest
corner of Colorado street and DeLacy,
which is not as central as the firat loca
tion selected.
Affairs are moving along as well as
can be expected in our publio schools,
considering their over-crowded condi
tion. It is, however, next to impos»
eible to do even fair work in many of
-the classes, owing to tbe number of
students which one teacher is obliged
to handle. This is especially the case in
the lower grades where the crowding it
worst. Only half day sessions are he d
in many cases and the teachers find it
impossible to make the advancement ex
pected oi them. The question of ihe
school bonde and new buildings ia still
in a atate oi non-action, but it ie prob
able that come action will shortly be
taken. Mr. Boynton has done all pos
sible to bring tbe oond business to a
focus and have their legality passed
It ia tbe intention of the school trus
tees to call a meeting of cit.zana when
tbe decision is received and ask for in
structions regarding the matter.
There ia considerable movement in
tba northweat eectlon ot the town look
ing towards securing a second building
in that locality, which is doubtless
needed. This, if decided npon, will
necessitate bonds to the amount of
$35,000 or $40,000 to cover the expense
of both buildings and land.
The attention of citizens generally ia
called to tbe practice, which ia quite
common, oi gradually filling up the
itreet guttera during tbe dry season
with waste matter of all kinds, in fact
making them a sort of convenient damp
ing grouud. The habit is one which
should be stopped, and tbe street auper
intendent is doing all in his power to
bring tbe matter to the attention of
property owners. The results of filling
up tbe gutters become very apparent
after the firat heavy rain. The wator
comes rushing down, and finding its
channel blocked up is forced out into
tbe road, cutting a ditch along the etreet
und forming annoying mud holes. Dur
ing the past summer thousands of dol
lars have been expended in regrading
ctreets in this city, and it is but econo
my to see that tbey are not torn up
■gain by the firat good rain storm of the
year. Keep the gutters open.
A meeting was held tonight at the
office of Dr. F. F. Rowland to organize
a society for the prevention of cruelty to
animals. The organization was maie
by tbe election ol Dr. F. F. Rowland,
president; William Stanton, vioe presi
dent; Dr. J. K. Townsend, secretary,
and Dr. C. R. Thome'), treasurer. The
directors include the officers and Dr.
W. B. Rowland, consulting veterinary
■urgeon, Mrs. Cole and Mrs. William
Stanton. Benjamin ilabu is attorney
lor th 9 society.
F. F. Rowland, B. F. Townsend and
Mr. Kuhn were elected a committee on
constitution, to report at the next meet
ing, which will be held next Thursday
Mrs. E. R. Townsend of the Mont
Clair children's home and Miss Cleve
land of the South Pasadena children's
borne were elected honorary members.
The membership start! with 22, and it is
■xpected will reach about 75 in a short
Justice Merrism is buck fromalw)
Vteaks' trip through the mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wallace returned
from the east yesterday. Mr. Wallace
comes direct from London.
J. W. Wood is home from San Fran
cisco, where be went to attend a meet
log ol tbe state board of pharmacy.
J. W. Downing of this city has been
granted an original pension.
A meeting of the Pasadena Medical
■ociety will be held tomorrow evening
in the office of Dr. F. F. Rowland in the
Vandevort block. Arrangements will
be made for entertaining the Southern
California Medical society, which meets
in Ibie city in December.
Tbe death of tne infant son of Mr.
•nd Mrs. A. W. Miles occurred in tb a
city today. Fon-rtl service! will be
held from the undertaking parlors ol
Reynolds & Van Noya Saturday morn
ing next at 10 o'clock.
Ickalroai ior wall paper, 30J a. Main s\
W. B. Alfor.l Bpi>»k« at the Pavilion.
Z.nctkt Emits.
San Fkknabt>ino, Oct. IS. —The bids
are in for cariying the mails upon the
newly-established mail route from Rsd
landa via Vucaipa to Seven Oaks. The
service ia to be inaugurated November
£. B. Fox of Coltou report 9 that ha
bat dried from bia own orchards tiiis
year 7Js tens of aprico'e and 28 tons of
At tbe eemi-annnal meeting of the
Redlands lire department (). D. Collins
wae elected chief; A. J. Jacfceon, secre
tary ; Fred llerriman. foreman of the
hoot and ladder; J. 10. Brown, foreman
of hose cart No. 1; L. Shepherd, fore
man of hose cart No. 2.
Postmaster \Y. (J. Philips ol Redlande
reports that daring the last quarter
ttere were 854 domestic and 42 inter
national money orders issued from this
office, for nn aggregate sum of $5311.98.
There were 285 domestic and 14 inter
national orders paid, tbe aggrecnte sum
for which they called being $8620.67.
Uus Knigbt came down from Bear
valley last evening. He repnrtß duck
shooting excellent and tbe game easy to
reach on account of tbe low stage of the
Tbe work of clearing out the trees
standing In tbe water of the Bear valley
reservoir ia proceeding slowly. There
are two engines ot work, each with a
gang of men, but tbe trees are hard to
manage and it is evident tbe contractor
is not getting rich on the job. Thia
work Bhould be hurried forward during
tbe low water, for tbe winter rains will
Boon be here and another opportunity
may never occur.
Rev. R. B. Taylor, who was married
at Mentone yesterday, came in laat
night, stopping at the manse, and left
this morning over tbe Santa Fe for a
wedding trip to Redondo.
City Engineer Tuttlo of Redlanda
thinks a very fair road can be opened
from tbat city to Highlands for $3000,
but Engineer Perris bas submitted an
estimate to the county oi $15,000 for a
first-class road.
Work liob been begun on the founda
tion oi the Grand Junction reaervoir
dam at the junction of the Santa Ana
river and Bear oreek, of which F. E.
Brown ia the promoter.
There will be a business meeting of
the members oi the Presbyterian church
on Sunday evening to consider the mat
ter oi extending a call to Rev. R. B,
Taylor to become pastor of that church.
They are very much pleased with bim,
and no doubt he will bs the unanimous
choice ol tbe society.
Col. L. F. Edgars is making a eplendid
record as a speaker thia campaign, and
hie blows reach the most vulnerable
points on tbe armor of hia opponent.
He spoke at Mentone last night, and
will ha at Highland tonight.
The Gold Bronze shaft at Vanderbilt
ia 250 feet deep, with two feet oi ore,
which aaeayed $50 acroes the vein. They
have two oar loads of $100 ore ready for
W, H. Alford, candidate for congress
on the Democratic ticket, apoke laat
evening to a email but enthusiastic
audience at tbe pavilion. He sustained
tbe policy oi tree trade with superior
eloqueno and facie, denouncing aa
traitors to tbe party that handfull
of men who, in the eenate of the United
States, by their votes, made impossible
the framing of a tariff bill in full ac
cord with the promises of tbe party.
He referred in glowing terms to the
bright future before San Diego, when
tbe key of freer trade ehall unlock the
magnificent harbor to the commeroe of
the world.
Death of Ellsha Puildy—A Raymond Ex
cursion In Towu.
Santa Monica, Oct. 18.—Eliaha Paddy,
a respected oitixan of Santa Monica, died
at tbe reeidence of bia daughter, Mrs. L.
E. Habbel, this morning at 7 o'clock,
Mr. Puddy, who bad reached the 70th
rung in life'a ladder, waa born in North
ern New York and came to the coaat
about 10 yoara ago, making hie home
with hia daughter here ever eince he
arrived. He haß been actively engagsd
in the real estate and loan business in
connection with Mr. M. B. Boyce nntil
the time he was taken sick.
In business dealings be waa just, kind
and careful, and aa a citzan waa gen
erally respected by a large circle of
friends who will mies him in the avoca
tions of life and mourn bis loss. Tbe
luneral will take place from bis daugh
ter's residence on Third street, Friday
at 10 o'clock.
A Raymond excursion party arrived
at the Arcadia today, being tbe second
installment of tourists, and a forerunner
of many more daring the season.
Kentucky Danniels bad great iath in
a horse called Bart, belonging to the
Santa Monica stables, and wagered $50
with Henry Arken ef thia place that he
could beat bia horse in a race of 250
yarda. The wager was made yesterday
and the race was run here, Burt being
badly beaten. Danniels has not got tbe
Etttne faith be had before
Tho W. C. T. U. of Santa Monica
hold a mothers'meeting Friday, Ostobrr
19tb, at tbe free reading room. Mrs. V.
V. Hopkins, tbe delegate to tbe
Woman's parliament, will render a
graphic report, and all visiting irienda
art itivited to attend and participate in
the discussion before tbe mesting.
Mrs. Nr.thon and ber eon, Isadore
Nathon, ci Sacramento, Bister and
nephew oi A. Mooaer, ore visiting Santa
Monica, guests of their relatives.
The fire laddies, In charge of Fore
man G, B. Dexter, tried the new hy
drants placed by tbe water company,
finding that they work splendidly. They
are tbe result of much thought, on the
part oi Mr. R. F. Jonea ond J. J. Car
rillo, who have beon planning to get a
hydrant for tbe town which would have
all the desired qualifications, at aa small
an amount as consistent with good
workmanship and material. The cost
of the present hydrants is only half that
of those formerly uaed.
When Baby wtt3 sir!;, wo gar 3 ber Castorfa.
When eho was a CliilJ, she cried for Ca&toria.
When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorfa.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorfa.
!!. r >oenvelopes,soo; \:. r.am writing paper 2.10
Lnngstadter, 1214 W. Secoud, Hollenbeckhotel.
..argest stock of wa 1 PMier at Koistrora s, 309
s. Kali it H.gat p: icj—sio'l taite.
tit. Parker, dsutlat, lSJ'.j West ius: strjei.
Wall paper, sc, 71*0 per roll, 328 S. Spring.
I'lnt Walnut Shipment of the Htuon,
N*vra Kvent*.
Santa Ana, Oct. IS.—This afternoon
Or. J. O. McCoy and family started for
ISooneville, Mo., to gee ii the trip will
not be of benefit to Mre. McCoy's
health. They expect to be gone a
month or six weeks. Dr. Reynolds will
run the dental office during Dr. McCoy's
S. H. Finley, M. H. Bear and A. H.
Cole bays been appointed as viewer) of
the proposed county road through Fair
view south to the road along tbe Kama
Ana and Newport railroad.
C. M. Holmes, who waenominated (or
justice of the peace on the Oemooratic
ticket, has withdrawn, leaving but one
candidate on the ticket for Santa Ana,
Judge O. W. Huuiphreya
Diod—ln Santa Aon, October 17th,
the infant daughter oi Mr. and Mre.
John J esson, aged 10 weeks. The funeral
took place this afternoon.
Stephen E. Keiffer of Anaheim has
completed his map of O.ange county,
and it te said to be the finest map of the
county yet produced. It gives all of the
several different divisions and districts
in tbe county, with correct boundaries
of all the incorporated cities. It has to
be seen to be appteciated.
The combined show arrived in the
city this morning, and with it comes an
unusually largo of people from
the country to see tbe parade.
Mary R. Freeman has Bold to J.
Willis Bice seven acres of land in sec
tion 25 of the Rancho Santiago de Santa
Ana for $5764.
Santa Ana apples are in great de
mand in Riverside. A large quantity is
being shipped to that place every day.
Tbe Germain Fruit company shipped
a carload of walnuts yesterday—the
first of the season from this valley. An
other car will be shipped from Capis
trano today.
Mamie A, Walls has petitioned for
letters of administration on tbe estate
of George E. Walls, deceased, Tbe es
tate is valued at $1000.
W. H. Alford, Democratic candidate
for congress in tbe Seventh district, to
gether with the Hon. R. F. Del Valle of
Los Angeles, will address the people of
Santa Ana and vicinity tomorrow night
at Spurgeon's hall. Everybody ought
to bear these two orators.
T. V. Oator, tbe Populist candidate
for the senate, will speak next Monday
in Neill'e ball, tbis city.
David Yorba has finally accepted the
nomination for county auditor, and wiil
make the race. The Anaheim Gazette
gives him a fine starter. Yoida is a
Democrat through to the quick.
Politics can be beard on nil corners,
and it is getting so desperately bot for
some of them that their party tears for
their safety. The Blade has gotten after
the scalp of the Republican nominee for
treasurer in such a way that defeat
stares him in the face. Libel suits are
talked of.
For tha week ending today $13,000
aid over are the galas of real estate.
Tbis is pretty good when we take into
consideration the fair was going on the
same time.
An Oliver Wendell Holmes memorial
service will be held in Unity hall next
Sunday evening at 7:80.
Mrs. W. C. Fißher atarted for Topeka,
Kan., tonight, to be absent aome time.
Charlea Preston had hia overcoat
atolen today by a man supposed to be
long to or else following the circus. The
man was arrested, but not before he had
eoid the coat.
Convention of Christian (Jharohea—Pol
itics—T.ooal Affulrs.
Pomona, Oct. 18 —W. B. Crisp, eeq.,
of Sierra Madre, Democratic nominee
for eupervioor, is in the city to attend
the rally at the opera bouae thiß even
H. Steiglitz, Democratic candidate for
atate eenatoi from thia district, ia in the
Tbe members of the Tennia club are
leaving nothing undone to make their
opening ball at tbe Palomarea next week
the social event of tbe season.
The city trustees will hold a special
meeting tomorrow evening,
Tbe engagement of Mr. Lloyd Esttrly
and Mra. Marab. daughter of J. S, tial
lup, is announced,
Mr. and Mra. S. C. Abbott of Mahom
et, 111., parents of A, C. Abbott, arrived
here yesterday.
Mr. and Mra. O.Wiloox expect to leave
next week ior Yuma, Ariz., to epend the
Dr. T. C. Perkine, son-in-law of O. F.
Griffin, ia alarmingly ill at San Francis
co, and is not expected to recover.
The Democrats will hold a rousing
meeting at the opera house tonight.
Mrs. Nathan Oohn and children re
turned yesterday from a short stay in
Los Angelea.
The general convention of Chriatian
churches convened in the Christian
church in thia city laat night, at 7:30
o'clock. Rev. David Walk of Los An
geles delivered tbe opening sermon to a
large and appreciative congregation.
A large number of delegates are in
Pomona attending tbie convention. The
programme being carried out to day is
the meeting of the Christian Woman's
Board of Missions and a eermon by A.
C. Smithers of Los Angelea.
Friday will be given np to this excel
lent programmo:
9:30 a. m. The Preacher in Ills Study—F. M.
!> n -i.- Pomo:is.
10:0Ja. m. Tho Preacher as a Citizen—Wil
liam compter, Rivt-'rsMy,
10:30 a. m. Causa aud Cure of Short Pasto
rales—l'.B. Hall, China
11:00 a.m. A Modoi Pastor—J. F. Stewart,
BAiua l'nuta.
11:30 a.m. How I Sermonize—Experieacc
'2:00 p. m. Needs of the Worlt lv Southern
Oa iloruia—F. It. Ward, Anaheim.
'2:44 p. m. The Source of Supply—J. P. Ral
stin, Ventura.
7:3u p. m. Sermon—B. C. Hagerman, t'au
The sessions will be continued
tbronghout Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Freyormnth had
a very narrow eec.ipe thia morning from
being either seriously injured or killed
outright. They were driving a rather
frisky horse attaobed to a light buggy.
When near the Southern Pacific depot
the animal became frightened and ran
away, despite the gantleman's efforts to
gain control over him. As they reached
the track, by a sadden tnrn the buggy
was upßet and the occupants thrown
out. Mr. Freyermath received a deep
and severe cut on the forehead and was
badly shaken up. His wife wae only
badly frightened and somewhat bruised
by the fall.
Backlan'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for outs, bruisea
sons, ulcer., sa irhuum, lev.*:- sor-, tutor
chapped huiuli l , ob 1014*4 , '.0.. i» und all skm
eruptions, and po.ltiyuty oU vH piles or no pay
rrq ii cd. 1. s icu .inuteod 11 tlve pari eel .at-
UUctiuu ot money refunded. Price, 25 cents
per box. Put sale by C. F, Heiuzeaiau, 222 N.
main street.
Local Affair* of Intartit at tlin Chan-
Del City.
Santa Babiusa, Oct. 18. —Benator
Perkins and iiori. T. L. Ford addressed
a few Republicans at tbe opera bouse
Tuesday evening.
Improvements about the Arlington
hotel are being pushed rapidly, and tbe
hotel will be open about November Ist.
The schooner Achillea of Alaska has
been purchased by Captain Ellis and
others of this city, and will be fitted up
as a sealing schooner.
Reports from the "gap" are most
flattering, and ';hoee on trie inside have
reasons to believe tbe railroad from the
north will bb 'inked with the southern
division inside of nine months.
Miss U-iulton and Miss Blanchard oi
Miramar are visiting in Loa Angeles.
Mr. W. W. Norris of Montecito ie in
Loa Angeles visiting friends.
Mr. Bert Calking:) is in Loa Angeles.
' Tbe trial of Billy rfbean of Lompoo
for the shooting of James Wbittou came
up in the superior court yesterday. Tho
morning waa occupiea in empaneling a
Miss Thompson of San Franciaoo, who
■pent last season here, will be at Batler
terrace this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thomafi have
gone to New York city on a three weeks'
Mr. R. Barrett Fithian of Chapela
street has rented bis house for the win
! ter and will reside in the Montecito.
The case of J. D. Snyder against sev
eral insurance companies who refuse to
pay the losses on Mr. Snyder's hotel,
which burned at Los Palamos two years
ago, is still on trial.
The cruise of the yacht Frolio, San
Francisco to thia harbor, haa, it ia re
ported, a little aensation connected
with it.
Grand preparations for the production
cf the Mikado by local talent are being
made. Tbe opera will be put on by Mr.
Mr. E. H. Batler of the Buffalo News
will epend the winter in thia city with
his family.
Mr. E. P. Hollieter of Buffalo, N. V.,
will spend the winter on hie ranch at
Mr. F. A, Conant haa returned from
San Franoisco.
Frse Methodists Hold .Mostlsgi-Ftr
• onnl Mention.
Sot'TH Pasadena, Oct. 18.—The Free
Methodists have pitched their tents
back of the postoffice, where meetings
will be held for an indefinite time, serv
ices being conducted by Rev. Searles,
Rev, Hone and others, Tuesday evening
services in the tent were suspended to
give place to Judge J. E. McConias and
Theo Kanouso, who epoke on Prohibi
Poetera an sounce that October 221, in
tbe tent, R. M. Webater, P. K. Wood
and E. C. Bowera will inform our people
how to get wealth and happiness through
the People'a party. Mueio by the Loa
Angelos Glee club.
Mr. Jamea Hill has purchased land
adjoining Mrs. M. C. Graham's place,
where he will shortly erect a handsome
residence. There haß been more build
ing in South Pasadena during the past
six montha than at any time since the
Tbe pupils of our public schools en
joyed a unique breakfast at fcjcovill's
dam last Saturday morning, accom
panied by their teachers.
Mrs. Carlton, mother of Mrs. Dr. La
Fary, arrived from Kansas last week
and will probably spend tbe winter
Mr. Collier of lowa is visiting Mrs. M.
C. Graham and other relativos here.
The work on Mr. Fell's house is being
pushed ahead.
Mr. Francis Keith has stopped work
on his new residence to make some
additions to Mrs. L. (Jollier's bouse.
Ot Daolarea Itssir strongly on the Olty
The regular bi-monthly meeting of
the board of directora of the Merchants
association was Leld yesterday at the
rooms oi tho board oi trade, with Prea -
ident Furrey in the ohair. The follow
ing directoia were present: Koepfli, New
mark, Jevne, Balkey, Bluett and Bien,
The following new members of tbe as
sociation were elected : Newmark Bros.,
VV. P. Fuller & Co., M. 11. Maurice,
Kinasbaker Bros. & Co., Aylsworth &
Haskell, W. W. Montague & Co., Buuch
& llnnnoo, S. W. Luitweiier, Meigs &
Straut, Lloyd Scovel Iron Co., Julius 15.
Coheo.Eyrand Freree, Battels & Backer,
Western \\ oodeuwu.roCo., Western Com
mercial Co., and Hawley, King & Co.
Mr. Koefli, chairman of the commit
tee on law and legislature proposed the
following resolution* which were adopt
ed :
Whereas, It is proposed to levy large
sums of money to be expended in public
improvements of the city of Los Angeleo,
Whereas, The Merchants' association
is in favor of the city's being improved
in such a manner an will redact credit
upon the city, both by the character of
the improvements made and the econo
mical and judicious handling of tbe
money expended inauch improvements,
Whereas, The city officers upon whom
these duties will devolve will be elected
at the next coming election, thorefore,
be it
Resolved, That it is the sense of the
Merchants' association of the city of Los
Angeles that only each men be nomin
ated and supported for tbe various city
officers, especially the mayoralty, city
council and board of education, as may
stand pre-eminent for integrity, execu
tive ability and business training, and
that support be giveu only to such nom
inees, irrespective of party affiliation.
It was decided not to tax memoers for
dues until January Ist.
Alford All Right.
Riverside Enterprise: Hon. W. H.
Alford, tbe brilliant young candidate for
congress who made eucb a favorable im
pression in this city last Friday evening,
is making a strong campaign ail over
Ran Barnordino county. He spoke to
800 people in Colton Tuesday evening,
and to a large aud.i nee in Ban Bernai
dioo ißbt evening. At tbe meeting in
Colton Byron Waters presided, anil 14
charming young ladies assisted as vice
presidents. Mr. Alford speaks at the
Needles toninht and at Santa Ana Fri
day, end Irom the- ho to Bakere
lield uud Itle oixtlivro part til hit di -
trict. Mr. Alford is a vote winder
wberever he goes.
Tli.t Volcn of the J.nader.
Oakland Times: Tbe Democratic
campaign in Alameda county had an
auspicious opening. Sonator White de
livered a great speech. It dealt with
great questions with the gravity and
dignity becoming a statesman. Tbe
treatment was thoughtful aud patriotic,
as should be the treatment of a nation's
economics and policies. It addressed
itself to ihe understanding and not tbe
passions, appealed to sober judgment
und not the prejudioes of the unlearned
and uninformed.
Senator White lilted cut rent political
discussion far above the petty person
alities of croia roads politics. lie rele
gated national and state issues to tbeir
proper spheres in tho consideration of
the public. lie broke forth from tbe
narrow bounds of looal contention and
mere personal rivalries to deal with tbe
great and abiding principles governing
the policies of national life. He in
dulged in no claptrap, evaded no issue
and resorted to no subterfuge. Ho did
not try to mislead by apeolal pleading
or conjure tbe judgment by sophistical
platitudes. His address was the candid
argument of a manly mm directed to
the minds and consciences of an intelli
gent public. Shunning the mire of per
sonal detraction and tie cheap arts oi
the demagogue, lie pai l his hearers the
high compliment of addressing them, in
fitting language and tone, as patriotic,
sensible men and women. With the
voics of earnest conviction he vindicated
the claim oi the national administration
to honor and popular approval. He
sumsioned Democrats to a party duty,
and called upon a candid people to pass
judgment upon the fact; and not upon
the olamors aud misrepresentations of
He could not faii to be inspiring and
instructive. In hie statesmanlike
elucidation and vindication ol tbe policy
of the administration and the legislative
record of bis party, he dwarfed and put
to shame tbe inatian and twaddle which
have been passing current for oampaign
Senator White has come none too
soon to reoall Democrats to tbeir party
duty and to their sober better sense as
citizens and patriots. His words and
example cannot iail to give renewed life
and bopo to that proud and militant
spirit oi reform which swept this land
two years ego. They revive, as did the
flask of the Samaritan, the flagging en
ergies that have grown tame In the ad
vancement of small aspirations and
numbed with the fetters of purely
local contemplation, "Let no Damo
cratic campaign he conducted without
Grover Cleveland's name in tbe front,"
said the senator. That sentence ie preg
nant with meaning. It recalls the fam
ous message of 1887. It brings to mind
the three campaigns whiah have since
ensued. The first came on with Mr.
Cleveland the target ior tbe abuse and
misrepresentation oi every small dema
gogue and large trust in the land, and it
ended in his defeat. But the spirit he
had aroused and the sentiment be had
infused inlo the people, found triumph
ant rain two years later. Again tbe
battle was joined, and the popular vic
tory for Grover Cleveland and tariff re
form was complete at tbe polls. It has
been shorn of come of its fair propor
tions in the senate, but the letters of
that undaunted spirit in the White
House to Chairman Wilson and Con*
gressman Oatchinga show that there is
no faltering or paltering. They summon
the Damncratic hosts—the plain people
of the land, tbe tillers of the field and
the toilers of the shop—to protect what
they have won and to eliminate the im
perfections which remain.
Senator White comes as a messenger
and a captain to the legions in California.
He a jdroaiea them with tbe tire and
courage of old, and with an eloquence
that thrills and a candor that commands
admiration, he sounds tbe bugle oall to
fall in and lice up behind the party's
great leader. It is like on elactricsbock.
A new spirit is abroad. The prodigals
who have been eating the husks of In
dividual disappointment and potty dis
sension are returning to the party roof,
and the people now realize that a per
manent tariff peace oan only come after
the trusts have met tbeir final Waterloo.
With vigor and power Senator White
pictured the situation. With a lew
changes the present tariff law is all that
is desired, but MolCinleyiam baa again
reared ite head, threatening to undo all
that bas been done, and to fasten again
upon us tbe domination of tbe truats.
A permanent peace must be conquered
this time. And it can only be conquered
under tbe leaderehip oi the captain who
has led the tariff reform hosts ior the
past seven years—Grover Cleveland.
Like a statesman and an honest man
Senator White saya so, and tbe people
know he ia right.
The Wilson Bill and Prosperity.
Hallowell Ragister: The moment the
election in oar state was over, tbe poli
cy oi "hard times," whioh must have
magnified the apprehensions of tbe
people, was dropped—dropped ignotnin
iously, it seems to as—for it was an ad
mission of dishonest political work and
argument. Numeions private proofs to
the effect that tba times have been im
proving have been published. State
Asiessor Burleigh oomea out with a
manifesto that we have escaped the
bard times in Maine, and now the New
York Tribune, n Republican organ, re
ports a marked and rapid improvement
there in business of every sort, quoting
35 prominent merchants and business
nouses as its authority. All matte this
statement without reservation of any
sort, and some do not hesitate to ascribe
it to the new tariff. "Honesty is tho
best policy" ie not a very good proverb,
for honesty in never to be confounded
wi'.h policy, but it ie good enough for
any net of men who have no placo for
tho golden rule in their work as citizens
and politicians.
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Democratic Ticket
rorGovornor JAMES JT. rUDD
rvr Ueuenant Governor W.Vf. T. JEIE I
oVc etaryof nV.to BENJAMIN MADDOX
Attorni:y-u«neiiil A. li. f.iKll
treasurer JO>« CAST If >
controller MIOIIAs.I. *EAUH)tR
Surveyoi-Hcnerai D. M ANUIER
-uporintendi-nt oi ticnool* rj 8. rtMVTJ
Clnrit ot the Supreme Court ... p. w. McGLakS
Stat) Primer JOHN J. CDRRY
Justices of tlia supreme Court-
Irnßlerm JAMKB K. MU.tPHy
rhort term- A. K. BRIDGKKOKD
Congressman —Sjventh nistrlct.
„■••■•••,••; WILLIAM H. ALFOKO
Railroad Commi-woiier—Third District
Board of KquilU.Uun-Fourth Di-trir
Sixth District OKU. "s. PATTOI
Bopt. Public Schools..KATE TUPI'KR GAL PIN
.-iiipotiorJudge SHELDON BOtD.K
Superior Judge E. H. CHAPMAN
eticrllt' 4. McNALLY
County CJerlt I. K. ME BMOK-:
TaxOjlleotor B. E. HEWITT
As es»or EI). 01890 i
District Attorney K. C. HOWE*
Recorder a. M. 'JALYEit
Treasurer K. It. It ,INKS
Puoilc Administrator JUD-ON R. ROSIt
Curoner i) it J. J. OHO AT"!
Surveyor A. R. HTREKT
Fever.ll Ih District L H. MAYET
seventy tirst Dlstrlot AII DO r KINNEY
r'eventy sec >r.d lUstrlct JOLIU< 11. ARDI*
Seventy-third DUtrict R. J. ADOO' X
eV'Veiity-fnurth District OH Alii.El LA NT,;
Seventy-alHi District... .FREDERICK BAKISK,
Thlrly-ilxth DUtrict W. L. MOOIU
Tbirty Llsthth Distr.et II BTEIGLITiT
Firs' District WM. B. CRIP
Third Didrlct DANIEL IN.NE3
Township Justice 3. S. H » RTuOI.OMEW
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DR. w*ONG HIM, who baa practiced medi
cine lo Loi Angrloa for ID years *iul
wht an office la at tiJU Uppr-r Mrvtu nt T o«t, will
tn-fti by >;i -Mi oi nil '! i s<*i of woumn, men
tv;d children. Tho doctor claims that bu has
remedies tha-aie superior to till other a aa ■
aptctic for tioublofc ul women aud in v. a
tr.al A»one will conviuc;: 'bo "l''k that Dr.
Wong H! n't remold* are met i 'tilo c ous than
ca<- he proscribed, l i. "oom Him ia a UttlnaM
T*hys!ciau ot prominence au - a gentleman ol
responsibility. txU rjpuUttlon l* wore tbau
wall csiahllined, and t.i person '- ueediug h-1
lervioes can rely on hia airill and übllity. A
cure la guaranteed in every case 111 which a re
covery Ihpossible. Iloib fo- aale.
6,19 Upper Main Street, Los An?elea.
Los Anof.lbs, Cal., June 17, 18S9.
To the Pui'Liu: I have been suffering wltb,
files aud kidney tmubiu for over five years,
and nave tried several remedies out alt failed
to relloTo me. A short lime since I triad Dr.
Wouk Him, 039 Upper Main street, and I aui
now v li and -trong, and consider him a Or.t-
Glaaa docior. Tours truly,
W. n. niLLYKR,
235 S. II 11 st., Los Augeie* U«i
Los Ano*lE3, Juno 9, 1803.
To thxTuplic: For over fly.: years 1 bava
btron trotib.ed with nirrvons a headache and
Uvor oomp'uilut. I di'ln'i, seem >o find any helu
' from the muuv do aors an l mcdlyln**, that J
tried until I tried Dr. Woo? Him. 039 Dpp«
UaluaUeot. lam now well. Yours milr,
«8 lllnlon uva. Los auitoios, OaL
Los Ami elks, Cal, Ju y Ml, 189*.
DR. WONG HIM, 039 Upper .Main et.
Dear Sir—l mko piuasurj in add tin.' my testi
mony <o tho m«uy you already have recelvju.
I mil say that after xkinu >our treatment for
caiarrh o( the head and throat, that I am now
weil, and ask ynu lo voter to m> any person
thai m-iy L-fl «aootloil and I will satisfy tuem
I s to the efficacy of your tra»tm nt. Yours
tru y, P. K. KISG,
Attorney and Notary Public
Garvsnza, Cal.
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