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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

Our British cousin, the London Post, is excessively virtuous these days. It declares that it would be difficult to find in the annals of the Middle Ages a more scandalous record of intrigue than in the history of the American republic in its dealings ■with Hawaii. But it is not necessary to go back to the Middle Ages to find instances of British intrigue and bulldozing to which the Hawaiian affair is but child’s play.

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

Perjnoyer of Oregon is no doubt keeping his name before the public with an eye to reaching the Presidential chair. From the expression of the voters of his State by resolutions denouncing his rattlebrain talk about thousands starving to death in the Webfoot country, wo judge he will not be elected again as Governor, let alone to the Presidency. At one time it seemed that he had won the approbation of new acquaintances, but by continuing the monotonous strain it has lost him what he had gained.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

The Santa Barbara Press states that there are numerous standing candidates for State Superintendent of Public Instruction in the northern part of the State, but from present indications the successful man will come from the famous citrus belt. The Ventura Free Press fully concurs in the belief that Southern California will furnish the next State Superintendent and names Professor S. T. Black of Ventura as being preeminently qualified by nature, experience and education for the position. Trot out your candidate, Bro. Sykes, and let hjm go into training early if you desire that he win the prize.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

A gentleman from Nevada tells us the following, which he says happened when he was a cattle driver in that State; “I used to wear buckskin breeches when riding across the sagebrush plains. I got inio a hard storm one day, and with my legs thrown over a saddle and the rain soaking my garments the buckskin began to stretch. The legs sagged under my heels in a way that annoyed me and so finally I took ray knife and cut off some. Well, sir, it rained for a week and in that time I cut enough buckskin off the legs of those pants to make two pairs of pants for my little boy. One day the sun came out bright and warm, and in three hours those pants had shrunk till I had nothing left but a buckskin belt around my waist. Now 1 could have said that they shrank to a purse string, but I didn’t want to lie about it. No sir.”

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

The name of Hon. B. T. Williams has been mentioned by some of our exchanges in connection with the office of Supreme Judge. There are two vacancies on the Supreme Bench to be filled at the coming election, and the Southern end of the State is certainly entitled to one of them. Judge Williams has been Superior Judge of our county for ten years, being elected tile first time in 1884, and re-elected in 1890. He has filled the position with pre-eminent ability, faithfulness to duty, and strict and fair impartiality. Hon. B. T. Williams’ reputation as a Judge is not confined to Ventura county, but he is known over the greater portion of the State, and his election to a seaton the Supreme bench would be an honor to the State and a fitting tribute to bis ability. — Ventura Free Press. Judge AVilliaras has been our choice from the start. Probity of mind, integrity and superior ability fit him in a pre-eminent degree for the high and responsible position.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

At a recent meeting of the Santa Barbara County World’s Fair Commission the following resolution was adopted; “In our final settlement with Mr. Clio L. Lloyd, for the services rendered in taking charge of the Santa Barbara exhibit at Chicago, we desire to give an expression of our entire satisfaction in the work performed. We recognize the energy and attention given in his charge and appreciate the success won by reason of the knowledge displayed, and the courtesy extended to visitor,* as also to his associates in "ioaiilar capacity. We h&vo ro cej: td trom various sourcL* the highest praise of his conduct and management, and in giving this testimonial we feel that it is due to him a:.d thus closing our World’s Fair business relations we extend our gratitude and highest consideration.”

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MR. CARLISLE'S SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

MR. CARLISLE'S SCHEME We look with unutterable astonishment upon the gigantic swindle about to be perpetrated upon the government of the United States by the issuing of 850,000,000 worth of five per cent, gold bearing bonds, redeemable in ten years. The blood-hounds of Wall street, not satisfied with draining the lifeblood of the nation to its lowest ebb, are endeavoring by all possible means in their power to renew the grip, to get a longer and stronger hold upon the throat of the government and compel it to pay tribute to them, that they may roll in luxury and splendor, be monarchs of all they survey, none daring to dispute their rights. It does not seem possible that our representatives at Washington will tamely submit to have the rights and liberties of this great nation either forced or stolen from them in so shameful a manner. We clip the following from the San Francisco Chronicle : The clumination, if such it is to be, of the conspiracy which has been hatching for several mon...

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READY FOR THE WIND-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

READY FOR THE WIND-UP. Battle Creek, (Mich.) Jan. 3. —Ellen G, White, the mother of Adventism, says the end of the world is fast approaching. This was conveyed to her in a vision. She cannot tell exactly when the day will come, but only that it will be soon. The elders here have enjoined all who can to sell their personal effects and go out into the world and preach the gospel. About twenty families in obedience to this injunction, have sold their homes and gone within the last month, and many more have their places advertised for sale. They will sell for any price the place will bring. At a meeting held in the tabernacle the elders called upon all those present to donate what they could of their personal effects to educate ■ the heathen. They were told that the end was near at hand and reminded they could not take their worldly goods with them to the other world. Over 3,000 persons attended the meeting and excitement ran high. One old man said that he would give his house and lot, ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

Mr. E. J. Newcomb and Miss Jenny Booth of Glendale, both prominent in society circles of that burg, feeling that their liberties were being jeopardized by the young lady’s parents who obeyed in the most positive manner to their matrimonal alliance, slipped stealthly on board a steamer bound to the Catalina Island and had the grand ceremony performed by Capt. Trefethen on the high seas, which joined two loving hearts together for life. They are now enjoying a blissful repose at Avalon on Catalina’s lovely isle.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

To Whom it May Concern. Notice is hereby given that I will not be responsible for any bills, accounts, orders, or indebtedness, of any kind, incurred by any person, or persons, whomsoever, for my account, without my written order. HENUY LINDEN. Oct. 14 tf.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

A Cut - . X2T . wm -S5) UJ RL PR/CES This Week I!! THE 2*3* *? uni Makes a Big Cut in Beginning 11! Call and See. H. S. RUDOLPH, PROPRIETOR. Groceries at Lowest Rates. -a; o w ] E HAVE MADE ARrangements with the publishers of the American Farmer and Farm News whereby we are able to furnish that excellent publication as a premium to our subscribers FREE for one year. It contains sixteen large pages, handsomely illustrated, and is one of the best papers in the world for the progressive, practical farmer of today who demands facts and experiences rather than therories and essays. It has a circulation of 165,000 copies, and has won a reputation for reliability and merit which now renders it a standard authority in things agricultural, amply proven by the frequency of quotations from its columns by the leading general newspapers of America. How to Cet It! Is a very simple matter. All you have to do is to subscribe for the LOMPOC JOURNAL, pay in advance, or renew your present subscription...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

Attention Farmers! Tie ALLIANCE MILLING CO. OF LOS ALAMOS, Wish to announce to the farmers that they have just assumed control and put in operation the Flouring Mills at Los Alamos, and are now ready for business. The mill is equipped with the latest improved machinery, thus enabling us to do only first-class work. The miller, Mr. Guin, has had 15 years’ experience in the milling business in Minneapolis, and is a first-class miller in every respect. For crushing barley, $1.75 for two tons or over; less that two tons $2. Have for sale at all times, Flour, Bran, Middlings, Shorts etc., etc., or will exchange same for grain. J. L STEELE, Manager. THE MAM” Cipr Store. T. H. FOGARTY, Proprietor Finest Imported aid Key West All the Choicest brands of Tobacco, and Smoker's Articles of all kinds. Fresh Fruits, Candies, Nuts, eto., always in stock. my2otf Buy Your Fruit Trees FROM THE NURSERY. W. King& Co, Proprietors All kinds of deciduous or citrus Fruit Trees, d#the very fines...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

FOR TEN DAYS ONLY!!! fill B Grand Slaughter Sale I! A fine assortment of Ladies’ Cloaks, will be sold at cost. We mean what we say. If you want the best bargain you ever had in this line of goods you must be on hand v early. They will go like hot cakes. .* TEN DAYS ONLY! Yours, respectfully,. g, m & oO* » Cl Si *1 AfOSi I m - vw* r*r YOUAREOrt THE RIGHT TRACK rC<^ [hiMin, [hjihje] s*>th Before Passing - A Hardware and Grocery t»ui »g ■-PB '-•» «i ———— ~ Where you will find a large and complete stock of Hi nflfcf ®» t=f. mfliD, Olbvu Dili i T* , riiiU V \ey c*OA3ortuieii t of Tinware, Alters, Mim Materials, M Goods, PaMMjjt Yaraislios, Brisks, Pociot art Tails Cutlery, Etc, Also, Agent for the best make of Buggies, Wagons, Carts Cultivators, Harrows and Agricultural Implements. Including the Famous GILPIN PLOW. OAIRYWGRK and PLUMBING, a SPECIALTY. AH kinds of Tin work well and promptly done. Country Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods. McDONOGH &...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

The common a(Sictlona of wo, men are sick-headaches, indW gestion and nerroua troubles. They arise largely from stomach Women disorders. As Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla la tho only bowel regulating preparation, yon can see why it is more effective than any other Garsap*, ril!a in those troubles. It isdaily relieving bon, dreds. Tho action is mild, direct and effective, We have scores oi letters from grateful women. Wo refer to a few Gan Francisco ladles: Nervous debility, Mrs. J. Barron, M 2 7th H Nervous debility. Mrs. Fred. Loy, 537 Ellis M, General debility Mrs. Bcldcn, 810 Msson 81 Nervous debility. Mrs. J. Lamphore. 735 Tnrk 11 Nervous debility, Miss It. Roseublura, 23217 th M, Btomach troubles. Mrs. It. L. Wheaton, 70i Postil 6ick headaches. Mrs. M. B. Price, 14 Prospeof Place, 8, F. Sick headaches, Mrs. M. Fowler, 327 Ellis 81 Indigestion, Mrs. C. D. Stuart, 1221 Mission 81 Constipation. Mrs. C. Melvin, 126 Kearny 81 JtflWQ Vegetable || f S Sarsaparilla Many druggists have a ...

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i.OCAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

i.OCAL JOTTINGS. THE LOMPOC JOURNAL SATURDAY, JANUARY 27 1894 (Commercial travel was lively this week. J. R. Ross of Santa Rita was in town on 'Wednesday. Rudolph makes a big out this week. See His advertisement. Our advertisers all mean business and sdon’t you forget it. Mrs.Oats and Miss Davis made us a.bnsiness.oall on Wednesday. -Miss Hadiee Glasscock returned from Los Angeles Thursday evening. W. C. Saunders is 'the happy father of a bouncing baby boy this week. •Our former townsman, Mr. M. Rudolph of Ballard was in town this week. See what G. W_ Moore & Co. have to say .about ladies’ cloaks in this issue. Mrs. McKonen returned Wednesday even iing from her visit to San Francisco. If you are going to get married, send your .order to.the Journal for wedding stationery. ■•What has become of our Los Alamos correspondent ? Hope they are not snowed in .over there. ■We call attention to the advertisements of our patrons, who are putting in a .fine stock of holiday goods. i...

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Letter If L [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

Letter If L Letters *< mair . 1 for in the Lompoc ; 'ost $ <■ 2,) i 1 ° 94 - Bright, hn w d McDonald, M 2 Ehrola. SsfJel Tonini, Joe Gordon, GVge P Tonyshson, Lillian Harrißon, ffah Vandeaberg, W James. A.i«- — - -Wuthington, Harriet Landk, C'»i To obtaiifhiy of the above, please say "advertiseef _ „ H. Poland, P. M.

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faulsome Furniture. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

faulsome Furniture. If you lint to see the best stock of furniture to V had south of San Francisco, or north of »s Angeles, just step in to J. H. McGee’s <9 H street, and examine his stock of ratan furniture. Bedroom and parlor sets, urfolstered goods, such as sofas, lonngesiasy chairs, etc; in fact everything usnallyiept in a first-class furniture establishment, and at prices that defy competition. lew goods arriving by steamer nearly evew week. Don’t forget the place—J as. H. M(Gee, successor to H. H. Lambert, 400 H stiet. AH orders from the country promjtly attended to- deolOtf

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I Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

I Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for outs bruises., sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands., chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Z, W. Saunders & Son. The great excitement which turned all eyes for a time in the direction of Hawaii and caused such a commotion in the Congress of the Uniten States has somewhat subsided. But the inability of Grover to reseat Queen Lil upon her royal throne has had the effect to nearly break her heart, and grave fears are entertained by some of her most intimate friends and followers that she will hardly survive the shock which her fine sensitive nature has sustained. The war in South America is still progressing with unabated fury; Italy is thraatened with rebellion; France is having a lively time with the anarchists; in fact, the old world is ...

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A Novel Plan. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894

A Novel Plan. I wish to announce to the public generally and to poultry raisers in particular that I have discovered the secret of making the rooster take care of the chicks instead of £he hen. This is a great improvement in chicken culture and will result in great profit. The hen generally runs with the chicks three months; by my method she can lay five dozen eggs in the same time. Any farmer or chicken raiser who will send me a two dollar postal order will be instructed by me and if satisfactory results are not obtained the money will be refunded. G. Lets', San Luis Obispo, Gal.*-. We have known Judge Leif for over sixteen years, and have always found him an honest and reliable gentleman.—Ed.

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