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CRESPO CALLED TO CARACAS.
A Bright Prospect for Peace
The Revolution 'Said to Be Finally
The Dictatorship Overthrown and the
Distracted Country Abont to lie
Restored to a State of
By the Associated Press. 1
Washington, S«pt. B.—Unofficial ad
vices were received at the department of
state from Venezuela, this morning, to
tbe effect that General Creepo had final
ly triumphed, and tbat the dictatorship
was overthrown. General Crespo has,
it is said, been called to Caracas to as
sume the Teins of government, and there
is now a bright prospect for the restora
tion of peace in the distracted country.
ON ITS LAST LEGS.
Tho Transcontinental Association Fast
Going to Pieces.
Chicago, Sept. B.—The Transconti
nental association has begun to go to
pieces. The Canadian Pacific gave no
tice yesterday of its intention to with
draw from the organization, taking ef
fect January Ist. A number of reasons
are given, all hinging of the quarrel be
tween that company and tbe Southern
Pacific. The Canaiian Pacific puts
the blame on the Southern Paci
fic, which has placed tbe other
roads in the anomalous position J of
charging a higher rate on domestic ship
ments between the Pacific and Atlantic
coasts, than are charged by shipments
from European ports to tbe same des
tination. In regard to passenger traffic,
it is claimed that the association has
been in session for three days here, and
the Southern Pacific persistently refused
to agree to any plan looking to an equi
table adjustment of rates.
BERING SEA ARBITRATION.
The Second Stage Passed With an Ex
change of Cases.
Washington, Sept. B.—The second
stage of the BeriDg sea arbitration
closed yesterday with the exchange of
cases between the agentß and the prin
cipals. The preparation of the original
case for the United States has largely
engaged the attention of Secretary of
State Foster lately. It embodied a mi
nute historical collection of acts con
nected with the Russian ownership of
Alaska, as far as they bear upon the
question of tbe maritime jurisdiction of
the Bering sea, control of sea fisheries,
etc. Also an exhaustive analysis of the
correspondence early in the present con
troversy with Great Britain. The
American arbitrators have been sup
plied with a copy of the British case, and
they will be occupied with a leply sev
A LONE BANDIT
Held Up a Train at Kansas City—About
Kansas City, Sept. B.—A lone bandit
held up the Pacific express on the Mis
souri Pacific road last night, aud after
ransacking the safe made his escape.
The robber entered the combination
baggage and express car at the Grand
avenue station, and intimidated Mes
senger McLaughlin with two revolvers
and finally succeeded in binding and gag
ging him. He took tbe key to the safe
from tne messenger's pocket, and se
cured .several thousand dollars. When
the train reached Sheffield the robber
disembarked and made off with his
booty. The robbery was not discovered
until the train had gone on several sta
tions. Particulars were immediately
telegraphed back, and officers started in
Tbe amount taken is estimated at
$5000. There is no clue to the robber.
Cycler Zimmerman Tithes Three Rec
ords From the English Champion.
Springfield, Mass., Sept. B.—"Jersey
Lightning" Zimmerman took three rec
ords away from F. J. Osmond, tbe crack
English rider, at Hampden park, this
morning. He started for the five-mile
record, and in so doing lowered the
three-mile, four-mile and five-mile rec
ords. His time was 7:15 4-5; 9:41, and
12:12 2 5.
Ontario Water Contracts.
Ontario, Cal., Sept. B.—The town
trustees opened bids for tbe municipal
water system last night. The awards
were a 8 follows: Reservoir, to Beesley
& Ciine, Ontario; iron and steel pipe,
Afleck & Ormond, Riverside; vitrified
pipe, E. Waycott, San Bernardino. A
first-class system will be put iv, improv
ing the water supply and furnishing
adequate fire pressure.
Admission Day at Vlealia-
Bakersfield, Oal., Sept. 8. —The par
lors o! the Native Sons and Native
Daughters, accompanied by the Kern
guard' and Taylor's military band,
leave here on a special train, on Friday
morning, for Visalia, where they will
participate in the Admission day cele
bration, to be held there. The business
houses here will close generally, on that
day, and there will be a general exodus
to Visalia. J
A Rejected Lover's Crime.
Stockton, Cal., Sept. 8. —Antone
Patti, a worthless character, Monday
evening shot and seriously wounded
Miss Mabel Wheeler, at Copperopolis.
Patti was desperately in love with the
girl and when she refused to have any
thing to do with him, shot her twice.
Patti was arrested and taken to San
Andreas. Threats of lynching him are
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth ita weight in gold. My hair has
Btopped falling and all dandruff has dis
appeared since I found skookum root hair
grower. Aak your druggist about it.
Rain at Ban Diego.
San Diego, Sept. B.—Enough of a
ahower to lay the dust fell here shortly
before oa. m. The signal observer cay's
tbe edge of a thunder storm was visible
from the Sonora country below the line.
He things heavy rain fell there.
Leaves its victims very weak and debilitated.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is just what is needed to
restore the strength and vigor so much desired
and to expel all poison from the blood.
Hood's Fills cure Sick Headache.
Ice Cream, Soda and Confectionery.
Soda of all flavors. The fim-st ln the city at
Meirlam A Co.'s, 127 South Spring street.
LOS ANGELES HERALBt FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892.
Tha Convention at San Francisco Com
yletes Ita BulaeM.
San Francisco, Sept. B.—At the Amer
ican Bankers' convention, today, the
first business of the day was the an
nouncement of the nominating com
mittee by President Nelson, the follow
ing being the names of the members:
J. K. Ewing, Pennsylvania; J. A.
Moore, Alabama; Thomas S. Ridgeway,
Illinois; B. W. Hyde, Connecticut; G.
A. Baxter, Ohio; A. D. Childress, Cali
fornia, and F. M. Wade, Washington.
Th#>report of the executive committee
embodied a resolution that this associa
tion most heartily recommends to the
American people the construction of the
Nicaragua canal under American govern
mental control. The resolution was
greeted with a burst of applause, and
adopted by a unanimous vote.
J. W. Treadwell, editor of the Califor
nia Bankers' Magazine, read a paper,
entitled, Proposed Remedies for the
Evils of the Present Paper Issue of the
United States; for the Present Low
Price of Silver, and for the Present Po
The following officers for the ensuing
year were elected unanimously, on rec
ommendation of the nominating com
mittee: President, Wm. H. Rahwan,
Philadelphia; first vice-preßident, M.
M. White, Cincinnati; executive
council: Morton McMichael, jr.,
Philadelphia; Richard M. Nelson,
Selma, Ala.; E. H. Pullen, New York
city; Thomas Brown, San Francisco;
Frank W. Tracy, Springfield, 111.; Wm.
Dawson, St. Paul, Minn.; Wm. Dixon,
Baltimore; Tom Randolph, Sherman,
A paper by Hon. Michael D. Harter
of Mansfield, 0., on State and National
Bank Notes, the Panacea for Free Coin
age, Fiat Money and Financial Vagaries,
was read and discussed by Judge Wid
ney of Los Angeles, Frank Newlands
The convention then adjourned to
meet in Chicago next year.
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
The BewaTd Offered by Two Companies
for Bvans and Sontag.
The Southern Pacific company and
Welle, Fargo & Co. have withdrawn all
rewards hitherto*'offered for the arrtstof
Chris Evans and John Sontag, and in
lieu of the same now offer $10,000 for
both, or $5000 for each.
This is done in view of the bold action
of Evans and Sontag, on Sunday after
noon last, when tbey dined for three
hours without invitation with Super
visor Sam Ellis and his family, twenty
miles north of Visalia. Doubtless, also,
the impression that they are getting
ready to rob another train has impelled
the two companies to this act.
A circular which is sent out by them
reviews the Pixley, Goshen, Ceres and
Collis robberies. "Chris Evans," it
says, "when last seen waß at 7p. m.
Sunday, September 4th, at Supervisor
Ellis' house, when in company with
Sontas, he left in a catt drawn by a Bor
rel horse with four white feet and white
Additional facts are given about Chris
Evans' personal appearance. "At that
time," the circular adds, "he wore a
.gray and brown coat and vest, with
Btripes, pointed shoes, broken acrosß
i tbe ball of the foot." It gives his age
. at 45, and states that he has a sandy
. complexion, sandy or light hair, beard
and moustache rather dark and sandy,
' and that he has blue eyes.
1 John Sontag is described as "wearing
a dark felt bat, dark trousers and vest,
coat lighter colored; gold watch and
chain. They were armed with Bhot
guns, Winchester rifles and revolvers."
The $10,000 will be paid on tbe arrest
and delivery of the train robbera to
either the sheriff of Tulare or tne sheriff
of Fresno county.
A FLEETING DON JUAN.
He is to Answer for the Wrong Ho Dl
to a Compton Girl.
Josephine Lee is a comely young girl
who lives near Compton. Fred Bradley
is a fascinating young man, who, up to
last July, acted as milkmaid on a dairy
adjoining the Lee's home. The result
of this juxtaposition can easily be imag
ined. Mr. Bradley fell deeply in love
with Josephine, and she reciprocated
When marriage was spoken of, Brad
ley, it is Baid, was profuse in his prom
ises, but there were always certain rea
sons which he advanced ior postponing
the event, and the reeult was that Miss
Lee's affection for him and confidence
in his trustworthiness overcame her
scruples and prudence, much to her sub
sequent sorrow. As the daye rolled by,
Bradley grew colder, and in July last
suddenly disappeared. Miss Lee
found her position becoming seri
ous, and consulted the authorities
in this city, with the result that a com
plaint was filed in the justice's court
charging Bradley with seduction, and a
warrant was issued for his arrest, and
placed in the hands of Constable Clem
ents for service. That able officer has
since maintained a tireless search for
the fleeting Don Juan, and on Wednes
day succeeded in locating him in San
Francisco, and sent his deputy, Harry
Johnson, to that place yesterday to
bring Mr. Biadley back. It is to be
hoped that this case will end as do sim
ilar affairs, in a marriage.
THE ORPHAN'S HOME.
An Appeal for Donations to the Empty
Mrs. W. B. Abernethy, recording sec
retary of tbe Los Angeles Orphan's
home, which is located on the corner of
Gale and Alpine Btreeta, sends the Her
ald the following appeal to the public:
The many friends of the Los Angeles
Orphan's home will be interested to
know that the home has been thorough
ly renovated, walls, floors and stairways
cleaned, painted and varnished, while
everything about the premises hag been
put in the most perfectorder. Of course,
all this renovating implies a large
outlay of money, and the treasury is
empty. The work was not done simply
for the sale of appearance?, sanitary
conditions required it.
Will not the friends of the home come
at once to the rescue ? A very large
number of very small donations would
aggregate a sum sufficient to relieve
all financial embarrassment. Over 100
children, who have been summering at
Redondo Beach, will return in another
week, when the almost empty home will
again be the scene of busy, happy child
life. The new resident superintendent,
Miss Rachel McManus, who has for
many years been so favorably identified
with the management of the home, will
be pleased at any time to greet her
friends, and all those interested in the
workings and prosperity of the home.
Hot commercial Lunch daily at The Ex
change, 228 (South Sprlny teet. Mussel Juice,
WHALEBACK STEAMER WRECKED.
Close of the Career of an 11l-
The CLarles W. Wetmore Aground
at Coos Bay.
It is Thought She Will Be a Total Loss.
The Crew Taken Off and the Ves
sel Left to the Mercy of
By the Associated Press.l
Empire Ciiy, Ore., Sept. B.—The
whaleback freight steamer Charles W.
Wetmore, which has met with so much
ill-luck since her arrival on the Pacific
coast, has again run ashore, and, in all
probability, will prove a total loss. At
12:30 a.m. today, while a dense fog
hung over the water, she went ashore
on North Spit, near the entrance
to Coos bay. The ill-fated steamer at
once began to blow distress whistles,
which were heard by the Coos Bay life
saving crew, but owing to the density of
the fog, prevailing, it was nearly noon
before the crew reached the vessel. The
life-saving crew summoned the tugs
Hunter and Liberty, and as soon as the
fog lifted sufficiently to enable them to
proceed, they started to the relief oi the
whaleback'acrew. The whole number,
twenty-two, were rescued and brought
to this city.
The Wetmore left Tacoma on Monday
morning last, bound for San Francisco,
with a cargo of 2400 tone of coal. Her
cargo was shifted heavily to port. Her
captain, J. A. O'Brien, and the second
mate, John C. North, were on watch at
the time the vessel struck.
The W r etmore is now lying parallel
with the beach, and the breakers, which
roll over tbe vessel, are slowly pounding
her to pieces, and there is scarcely a
hope that she will ever be floated again.
When the crew was taken off she waß
leaking badly. Captain O'Brien expects
to go on board with his men tomorrow.
Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of Bkookum root bairgiower
than a wig; besides, wearing your own
hair is more convenient. All druggists.
Wholesale Jail Delivery.
Chattanooga, Term., Sept. 8. — A
wholesale jail delivery occurred here last
night, eighteen prisoners, including
three condemned murderers, escaping.
Tne escape was made by sawing the iron
window bars. ■
"I would rather trust tbat medicine
than any doctor I know of," says Mrs.
Mattie Mason, of Chilton, Carter coun
ty, Mo., in speaking of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrbcua Remedy.
This medicine can always be depended
upon, even in the most severe and dan
gerous cases, both for children and
adults. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale
by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main,
Petty & Hummel and Martin & Co., 207
West Second street, and 131 and 135 West First
Btreet. where all people wanting any kind of
situations or help can be prompily and satis
factorily supplied. The largest agency west of
the Mississippi river Miscellaneous depart
ment at 207 West Second street. Tel. 40.
Hotel work. 131-135 West Fir«.t st. Tel. 509.
first c.ass household department in each
office. 9-7 tf
ANTED—NtcW EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
We want men aud women for all kinds of
positions in the industr al worid Those neei
ing help of any kind will find it to their in
terests to confer with us. We will furnish first
class people on short noti'e. Give us a trial
and we guarantee satisfaction. SMITH &
GALLAGHER, brosersand employment sgen
cy, room 21,119>» West First btreet. Telephoue
2 74. _ 9-8 :t
YTTANTED —MALE AND FEMALE HE: P—
TT Man to n ilk, $'25 etc.: boy on ranch, *15
etc; good chance for man and wife with child
ren; houseg-irl to go out of town, $30 etc , and
fare paid; hou*egin for Santa Moi ica, $20 etc.;
good chance for mother and daughter, one to
do housework, the other as nursegtrl, F. G.
CHASE, West First street. 9-9 It
\ITANTET —TEACHER OF BHOEMAKING
TT at Indian school, $720; single, moral,
temperate; no smoker. ,C. C. DOYNTON,
S. Spring BL 9-7 31
ANTKD—ALL NEEDING HELP FREE—
Employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGKR'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, :-.10 ! .i South Spring street: residence,
451 South Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ange
les, Cal. Telephone 113. 8-10 tf
JflOR THOROUGH AND EXPERIENCED
1 bookkeepers and stenographers apply at
WOODBURY COLLEGE, 245 South spring
street. 8 14 3m
Wanted— an Italian of long kx
perience in citrus culture, olives, etc.,
would like to take charge cf work in sn or
chard, or of a inrire plantation: be will guaran
tee a rapid improvement in an oichard; no
need of spraying or fumigating the trees for
killing scale. Address ORCHARDIBT, box 60,
thisoffiee. 8 13 6t 8 80 w lm
where he can work for his board and go to
business college; tan milk cow, also good with
horses. Address, M. 60, Hebald office, Log
Angelc-8. -s5 lot
ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME, I HEAP
est place at BURNS'. 250 South Main st.
} 0. A. Sumner & Co., 107 8. Broadway.
FOR RENT-COMFORTABLE furnished
rooms for two gentlemen, $8 per month;
healthy situation 712 Sand street. 9-3 7t
F~OR RENT—THE BARKER, 449H SOUTH
Spring street, elegantly lurnished rooms.
RENT—FINE SUNNY ROOMS. FUR-
Jl 1 nished. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Aliso and
Los Angelus streets 6-3 tf
FOR REST—AT WOMAN'S EXCHANGE,
Potomac block, half of front of store, with
large window. $155 monthly. i) 3 tf
LOST AND FOUND.
lOSTI OST —STRAYED FROM THE FRENCH
j Hospital onTiVednesday afternoon, a young
yellow hunting dog with tag attached to col
lar. A liberal ie-ward will be paid to the finder
by returning to the French Hospital on College
street. 0-9 2t
BTEIYED OK STOLEN.
| OST—FRIDAY NIGHT A GARTER AND
JLi garter button, engraved "Maud frtm Hal."
Reward of $5 if returned to 203 Alameda
street. 9-4 tf
I7»0R SALE OR TRADE-A GOOD PAYING
' livery business ln a good town, doing a
good bnslne.-s. Will sell cheap for cash or
trade for real estate. Address, B. J. E., this of
fice; 8-24.1 m
ABSTRACT ANIT TITLE INBURANCE COM
pany of Los Angeles, northwest corner ol
Franklin and New High streets m! 7 if
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
HAZARD &TOWNBEND.ROOM 9,DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-22 tf
_ CONTRACTORS. ~~
FRANK C. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR. 459
South Flower street. 8-16 ly
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
BALB--AT A BARGAIN, AND ON VERY
JT easy term*, two-su>ry honae ol 9 rooms. *
bath, gas, etc.; tn the ben part of touth Hill .
street; or will rent at a moderate rent to a food I
tenant; would rather sell at a sacrifice. Q. C. J
BDWAKUa, 230 West First ttnet. 9-0 3t J
FOR BALB-A SNAP BARGAIN IN A LOT 8
40x150 on San Julian street; best part of 1
street; price, $«0O; worth $1000. G. 0 Kb- C
WARDS, 230 West First street. 9 9 3t »
I~SOB BALB-A BUHINEBS CORNER CLOSE 1
Ito Main for $1850: must be sold.. G. C. J
EDWARDS, 230 West Firm street. 9-9 3t s
IM)R SaLE-BEaUTIfUL CO&NBR LOT, -
' 14; fine site for a home; must tell;
come and see it. Apply at No. 945 Union aye- i
nue. 9-8 lm i
Irioß BALE —FIVE HOUsES AND LOTS IN 1
1 good localities; will sell cheap to a party ,
meaning business, as the owners wish to go |
away. For more particulars inquire of M.
MAKQDKZ, 545 North Main street, 8-12 lm '
reatest - BARGAIN VET-CORNER LOT 1
on Broadway; owner must sell. Apply i
340 8. Broadway. 7-1 tt I
FOR SALE—COUNTRY PROPERTY.
rfSs. SALE-YOUNG ORANGX ORCHARD,
Jn ou Santa Anita Rancho, 1934 acres, good
soil; water pipedperpetual water right; con- i
..-it to rail otid crossing and station; 45
minutes from Los Angeles Call or address
H. A. UNBUH, Arcadia, Cal. 8-31 tf ;
SQ" -vrv FOR SALE — 20 ACRES OF
OOIIJ healthy peach trees, in bearing;
new house, stasia, v.-ater works; 2 American
horses: 1 oow, new fruit wagon, surry, har
ness and t anning tool?, Ml go with the place;
10 miles from Los Aus-oles ln San Fernando
VAlley. Will taio parties out, by addressing
GEO M. BALS3Tjr.Y, Los Angeles, 8-25-lm
atterson'B ka::oh-teis hub ranch
in Ventura county ia for sale at $275,000;
$100,000 cash, balance la Sve annual install
ments, at 8 per cent interest. It contains 5400
acres, the mo-t of which is first class bean and
corn laud; is fence,! Iftid eros« itsnoed; has
houses and bams and sowing well; 200
acres in alfalfa, which growa v,-HUcat Irrija
tion. Adjoining lands are teUi&3**i tracts e.t
$125 and $200 per acre. Will pay 10 ret cent
interest on investment to tea.. SnACSM 0»e
mile from Hueneme. Thia lest ~:'--z.zs to .).
D. Patterson, oi New York, w-sa Is T? yiita old
and in poor health, and is ouetir.j) it as mooa
less than itß worth. Address Hii'SY A
BARNS, sole agents, Ventura, Cal. lex
Ij*oß SALE CHKaP—SIX TO kISkT aCRES
1 near city limits; 9-year-old full Sealing
apricots, prunes and peaches; paying SUV no.
acre per annum; good house and barn. reStsßv
for $8 per month; raiiroad station on tho 102-V;
terms easy. Apply to or address OWNER, 5-3
Bryson-Bonebrake building. 6-i 9 tf
1 tiff pups, 5 months old; xire Amado. Can
be seen at 1047 Soutb Main street, or inquire at
121 west Second street. 9-4 14c
OR SALE—AT A BARGAIN—ALL THB
type and ether material mcessary for the
printing of a newspaper in the French lan
guage. Inquire of GEO. P. PHIBB3. fourth
floor, new Court House. 8-31 lm
BALK—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTI.
1 ties to suit., at this offloe.
DAY SCHOOL FOB GIRLS.
4i6 West Tenth street.
(Between Grand avenue and Olive street, on
electric and c ble toutes.)
OPENS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22D.
Alice Knight Parsons, A. B.; Jeanne Whit
ney Dennen, principals
Formerly principals of New York Avenue In
stitute, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Preparatory and academic departments.
Courses of bturtv in English branches, lan
guiges, physical culture, music and art. Col
lege preparation a si erislty.
Princ pals may be consulted at school build
ing daily, between the hours of 10 and 12. 9 4
OUMiiKR SCHOOL AT THE
O WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE,
245 H. Srulug st, Los Angeles.
School ln session all summer. Thorough
i training in the commercial and English
branches, penmanship, shorthand and telegra
phy. Call or write foronrr.cw illustrated cata
lOFUft. G. A. HOUGH, President.
W. G. JELKER, Vict. President.
7-5 3m X. C. WILSON. Secretaiy.
I C 5 " —WILL OPBH AT—
! THB LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE,
\ 144 South Main Street, June 27th.
One of the most successful trachers of the
f public schools has been employed for the sum
- uter. Classes will be formed te accommodate
those who wish to make up back wort, who
winh to advance a grade, or to take up any
i sneeisl work, such as penmanship, bookkeep
ing-, shorthand, typewriting, etc. For full par
- ticir's-rs call at college office, 144 South Mala.
• Z, B. BERAPER, President. F. W. KELHEY,
f ViCB-i'rcJideiH. I. N. INt-KBEP, Secretary.
S-13 91 lyr
THE MA RLBOROUGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
West Twenty-third street. Will reopen
: September 26, 1892. 9-6 lm
ST. PAUL'S MILITARY SCHOOL,
Opens September 15tb,
GRAND AYE. BET. SIXTH and SEVENTH BTB.
prepares ior universities and scientific schools;
i also primary department; catalogue on appli
. cation. P. O. box 519. 8-26 lm
! /CHRISTIAN SCIENCE—REV. FRANK E.
' \J Mason, C. S. D., full course graduate of the
Massachusetts Metaphysical College and pas
tor of the First Church of Christ (Scientist) of
Brooklyn. N. V., will teach classes ln Chri-tiau
; Science in Southern California during Septem
ber and October The first class will begin tit
j Pasadena September 14th. The second class
will be taught in Los Angeles. Terms for tui
tion satisfactory in all cases Applications re
- ceived by JAMES R. TOWNBEND, 9 Downey
i block, Los Angeles. 8-28 lm
NIVEBSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFO R
nia—The fall term of the college of liberal
arts will begin on Wedneiday, September 21st,
'ihree full college courses, covering four years
' each. Seminary course of three years, prepar
t ing the student for college. Departments of
f Instrumental and vocal music, art and elocu
tion, stenography, typewriting and bookkeep
! ing. Terms reasonable Advantages the very
best. For full particulars call on or address
' vice president, W. 8 MATTHEW, D. D., TJnl
■ versity Place, Los Angelts. 8-28 25t
UDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts will open October 10th. 7-8 tf
f OfJHOOL OF THE SIBTER3 OF CHARITY.
O (Boarding and day school.) This lnafltu
' tion will reopen on the first Monday of Sep
• tember. The course ot instruction embraces
the English branches, tbe French, Spanish and
German languages; vocal and instrumental
j music, plain and ornamental needlework. For
particulars apply to Sisters ol Charity, corner
. of Boyle and Stephenson avenues, Los Ange
, les, Cal. 8-20 lm
MF. MASON, TEACHER OF PIANO AND
a organ. Address Station F. 8-25 lmo
HE OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE OFFKRS
thorough instruction st reasonable rates;
four courses. For particulars and catalogue
address J. M. McPHERRON, president, Station
" B, Los Angeles. 819 1m
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE, GRAND AVJIT
Los Angelas, Cal.—A boarding and day
: school for young men and boys; course col'ege
and commercial, with a preparatory depart
; ment; board, lodging, etc., and tuition in all
branches for session of ten months, $280; day
• pupils, tuition, $5 per month. For circular or
information, apply to the PRESIDENT. Fall
i term, begins Monday, September sth* 8-17 lm
OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF mIjSIC
and Art; open during summer. MRS.
. KMILY J. VALENTINE, president, 648 South
1 Olive street. 8-14 ly
WILLI! ARTITZ, MUSICAL STUDIO,
• room 37, California Bank B'ld'g. 8-13 ly
IBS MARSH'S SCHOOL —A BOARDING
and day school for girls, incorporated.
J The fifth school year begins September 21st.
For circulars address 1340 and 1342 8 Hope
: st. Principals, Miss A S. Marsh and Miss F.
C. Shoecraft. 7-31 2mos
f Kindergarten training school will
. JV reopen October fith. Address MRS. N. D.
. MAYHEW, 67S W. Twenty-thiid street. 7-9 tf
r ritHE LONGLEY SHORTHAND INtiTiTUTE,
' A the oldest- and best. Pupils assisted to
situations. Spring and First streets. 6-26 tf
KAGHKKS' CLASS PREPARING FOR
county examination. Positions for govern
> e?ses and teachers. VJ.0,4 8. Spring. 12-25 tf
1 BBAt KITAIE AOIRfJIES,
X J. NOLAN. O. A, SMITH.
NOLAN A SMITH, REAL ESTATE AND
General Business Agents, sell orange
1 orchards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruii
1 orchards, olive orchards, dairy or farm ranches,
' fine city residences, hotels, lodging houses,
" grocery stores, hardware business, fruit stands,
. cigar stands, meat markets, saloons, bakeries,
~ restaurants, and all kinds of mercantile busi
ness; DJices from $100 to $250,000. Loans
' negotiated. Office, 228 W. Second St., Hollen-
J beck block, Lob Angeles. Cal. Telephone 440.
Free carriage to see property. 7-3 3m
BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 SOUTH
. Broadway. 8-7 ly
BURGEB9 J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, EBTAB
lished for the past 10 years ln Los Angeles.
) Bocms 8 and 9 (second floor), Peiret block, cor
t, c rSprlng and Thlid streets, 3-2 ly
A F. SLOPEK, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE
/V. 112 Center Place. »•» "
CHRIBTIAN SCIENCE LEOTURE - REV.
Frmk X. Mason, C. 8. D., tt"
Hrit Church ol Christ (Scientist) of Brooklyn,
ft. Y„ will deliver a free lecture » n Christian
Science In Illinois hall, Monday, Beptemr*r
12 h, at 8p m. All are cordially invited.
Questions from the audience will b» reoelved
and answered at the close of the leotnre. 9-4 »t
NOTICE OF REMOVAL - DOBINBON A
Vetter have removed their real estate, Are
and life Insurance office to 10S South Broad
way, near first street. a-ati im
NOTICE-THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Com oany will strictly enforce the fo.lowing
rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6
and 8 o'clock a m. and b and 8 o clock p.m.
For a violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a fine of #2 wi ! be charged
before water will be turned o.i again. 8-w v
THE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC CURE
Is the greatest discovery made within the
last 100 years In patent mwdlclnes. For sale
by all leading druggists.
26 acres, close to the city; good land,
plenty of water, all hluhlj *pjprovert. with all
kinds of fruit, and good buildhias, winit mill,
tank, etc.; no incumbrance; will "Change
for good city property close In. Address, gHlug
description of property, P. 0. Box los
Angeks City. %>
WANTED TO EXCHANGE-RANCH OF 15
acres in Sycamore cafion, neat-Glendale,
12 acres under cultivation, small houßo. 100
2-year-old fig trees, 75 apricot aud peach trees
in bearing, for lot »nd house of 5 to 7 rooms in
city; willing to give or take a few hundred dol
larstomake trade equitable. Address W. 8.
L., this office. S-HO tf
our giant coffee roaster. Java aid Mocna,
35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c; Peerless coflj-e.
20c; sugars, 15 lbs granulated, fli ML »»•
brown, $1; 6 lbs rolled oats or wheat, 25c. a
lbs best rice, 25c; 6 lbs sago or tapioca, 25c;
10 lr-s Lima beans, 250; 3 pkgs starch ot corn
starch, 25c; can milk, 10c; can deviled ham,
sc; 5 cans sa: dines. 25c; 2 lbs corned beef,
15c; 5 lb« Japan tea, $1; can coal oil, 80c; best
bacon, 15c; pork, ISo;; brooms, 15c; woo. en
palls. 15c: fruit jars SOc dosen. ECONOMIC
STORKS, SO* South Spring street.
KRSONAL—RALPHS BROB — GOLD BAR
Flour, $1.20; city flour, 85c; brown sugar,
19 lbs SI: granulated sugar, 15 lbs $1; white
sugar, Its lbs $1; 5 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans
fruit, 50c; 50 bars soap, SI; eastern gasoline,
80c, aud coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 15c;
lard, 10 lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 50c. 601 South Spring
street, corner Sixth. tf
PERSONAL- rV. W. TAV LOR,LAWYER,
room 13 Bryson-Bonebrake block. Pro
bate and insolvency law a specialty. Advice
free. 7 £J x ?
PERSONAL— SILv ER COIN ,THE VERY BEST
Southern California extra flour, 11.25; white
sugar, 18 lbssl; rice, sc; sardines, sc; 3 cans
corn, 25c; 1 gallon golden syrup, SOc. 2-lb can
choice corn beef, 15c; 2 lbs choice cheese, 25c;
10 cakes gilt-edged soap, 25c; 1 lb salarattis,
5o; choice sweetened condensed n Ilk, 15c.
All other good groceries at low prices. Free de
livery in city. Postal card orders promptly at
tended to it WHEELER'S "RIGHT PLACE
8TORB8," 901 East First street, on cable line.
ARRIAGES ANNULLED. CRIMINAL,
probate, insolvency law, specialty: advice
free; strictly confidential; without publicity;
15 years' experience. W. W. HOI.COMB. att'y,
211 West First St. 7-20 12m
NCLB SAM'S WINE CELLARS AT E.
FLKUR'3, wines aud liquors, 404 40b
North Los Angeles street. 6-3 tf
FOB LADIES ONLY—THE PROPHYLACTIC
Compound Is the greatest medical discov
ery of the age. Absolutely sure aud safe. Every
bottle guaranteed. Write to the Prophylactic
Compound Company. Fresno, Oal„ for a de
scriptive circular, which contains information
that may save you years of suffering, and per
haps your life. Circulars and the preparation
can be ootained from all druggists. F. W.
BRAUN & CO., distributing agents for South
ern California. 7-16
ARRIED LADIES—SEND 10 CENTS FOR
■ Infalllb'e safeguard" (no medicine, no
deception); just what you want. LADIES'
BAZAR, Kansas City Mo. 7-8 6m
to all points; tickets bought and sold. 213
, South Spring Btreet, Hollenbeck Hotel block.
Member American Ticket Brokers' Association,
NION PACIFIC TOURIBT EXCURSIONS
every Wednesday by ihe old reliable Union
Pacific, also European steami-bip agency. Fot
tickets and reservation apply to <i. F. HERR,
229 South Spring street, Los Angeles Theater
building. 9 6 lm
AMM'S RAILWAY AND 81EAM8HIP
Ticket Office, 122 W. Second street, next
to Pacific Coast Steamship Company's office.
Railroad tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
C. JUDSON A -CO.'S EXCURSIONS EASI
• every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston
Munager ln charge. Office, 812 8. Spring it.
IMPROVED EXCURSION CAB SERVICE,
the -nnta Fe route, shortest through car line
to the east; daily through trains to Chicago:
special family tourist sleeping car excursion*
for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chisago and New
York personally attended through to Boston by
SantaFe excursion conductors, For cheapest
tickets and full Information apply to any agent
Southern California By, and City Ticket Office
Santa Fe Route, 129 N. Spring st,, Los Angelas.
HILLII'H EXCURSIONS VIA DENVERAND
Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock
Island route leave Lob Angeles every Tuesday.
Personally conducted through to Chicago and
Boston. Office. No. ISS South Spring St. Itl
ONOLTJLU TOURS—HUGH B. RICK, BPE
cial agent Oceanic 8 8. Co. Office: 124
W. Second st: P.O. Box 679. 12-4 t
DR. F. LAMBERT
300 Allso street, Los Angelei. 8-13 lm
MRS. DR. WKLLB-OFFICES I N HER
brick block, 127 East Third street, between
Main and Los Angeles; diseases of women, ner
vous, rectal, sterility and genito urinary dis
eases; also electro therapeutics. Honrs, 10 to
4, 7 to 8.
DR. G. A. BCHELLING, OFFICE AND REBI
dence, 502 South Broadway. Telephone
926. 7-30 lyr
BS. DR. J. H SMITH, SPECIALTY MlD
wlfery. 1 tidies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1119. m2B tf
JAY E. HUNIER, ATTORNEY • AT - LAW—
Bryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone 528.
Practice in all tho courts, state and federal.
7-1 tf .
M. ALEX. RYAN, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor at 1 aw, rooms 1,2,3, 115 West
First street, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone
379. 7-23 ly
EN GOODRICH, LAWYER. NO. 2 LAW
building, 125 Temple street, near court
house. Telephone 108. 7-6 tf
DX. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FUL
• ton block, 207 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-16 tf
T MARION BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE
fj • Rooms 28, 29, 30 and 31 Fulton blc€k
near courthouse, New High street. Telephone
981. 8-11 tf
SOMETHING NEW AND EFFECTIVE IN
gas or gasoline engines—Anyone having
trouble with their gas engine, or contemplat
ing putting up a plant ot power, will do well
to call and examine tbe Golden Gate Gas, Gaso
line or Natural Gas Engine and see it and be
convincad that It is by far tie mo>t perfected
engine in tbe market today, we except none.
T. M MARTIN, agent, 154-156 North Los An
g'-ies stre -t. 7-24 flm
DR. AND MrIT MORRILL, 406 8. BBOAD~
_ way; sittings dally. 8-27 lm
I PERSONAL - MEDIUM, BUBINEBB AND
test, 23i>4 South spring street. Mrs. Weeks-
Wrlght. 4-19 tf
7JER3ONAL—MRB. PARKER, CLAIRVOY-
L ant; consultations on bUßlness, love, mar
riage, disease, minei al locations, life reading,
etc. Take Spring and Washington-street car to
Vermont avenue, go south to Vine street, sec
ond house from Vermont avenue. 1-27 tf
W ANTED—EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT I
am manufacturing nil kinds of spring wag_
ons, buggies and carriages at greatly reduced
prices. B!acksmithlng, painting and trim
ming done promptly. Leathor top buggies
from 8125 to Siso. RICHARD MOLONY. 323
Allso Rtr«-et Los Angeles Cal.
CONBAD SCHERER, GEANITK, BITTJMIN
ou end asphalt paving. *-7 W. First st. ,
9*l laM j
JgD. ». GIBSON (Incumbent),
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
Connty Convention. _
T H. DOCKWBILKR,
t CANDIDATE FOR
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
J£ E. BARNETT,
SUBHRVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT.
Subjeot to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention. /
■jyj T. COLLINS,
SUPERVISOR SECOND DISTRICT,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
JAMES H. DOSSON
SUPERVISOR FOURTH DISTRICT,
Subject to tbe decision of the Democratic
SUPERVISOR FIFTH DIBTBICT,
Subject to decision of the Democratic
Regular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
rpROWBBIDGE H. WABDi
Regular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November 8. 1892.
JpRANK E. LOPEZ,
( Present City Auditor,)
Regnlar Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
JP>RANK M. KELBEY,
Regular Republican nominee far
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
Begular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November 8. 1892.
In any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, en pianos with
out removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property of
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., ln
warehouses; partial payments received, money
without delay; private offices for consultation;
will call If desired. W. E. DbGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 8. Spring st., opposite
N odeau hotel. 7-29 tf
OANB, 7 AND 8 PER CENT. BRABi[AW
BRQB., 101 South Broadway. 8-16 6m
8. ROBINSON, LOANS; 7 PER CENT;
Am city and county property. 213 West First
street. 8-13 3m
ONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY
amount. M. P. SNYDER, 139 South
Broadway. B-13 6m
MONEY TO LOAN ON COUNTRY AND
city property; lowest rates. W. R. BURKE,
notary public, 169 North Spring street.B-13 6m
6 PER CENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN.
Rooms, California Bank building. 216 tf
ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JBWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and
collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 8. Spring.
TF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
A no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main st.
HONEY TO LOAM.
Second St., loan money on good security at
reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If
you wish lo lend or borrow, call on us. 8-17 6m
B'~ETTS & SILENT HAVE MONEY TO LOAN
on improved city or country property; low
interest, second and Broadway. 8-18 6m
E HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL
estate security, or will purchase secured
notes. GRIFFIN A BILLINGS, 136 South
Broadway. 8-18 tf
ONEY TO LOAN—A. R. FRASER &F: D.
Lanterman. 139 8. Br ladway. 8 17 6m
.... -j. DB. DIFFENBACHER,
/ Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
k'- : : i&Sp Teeth extracted and filled with.
out pain. 7-21 ly
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. OF SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without paiu. Room 1. mi tf
R. URMY, DENTIBT—OPFICX REMOVED
to 124H Sonth Spring street. All opera
tions guaranteed perfest at greatly reduced
prices. Extracting and filling without pain.
416 tf y
DR. TUCKER, DENTIST—OFFICE NO. 120>i
South Spring street. H-25 tf
DR TOLHUR9T, DENTIST, 109% N. SPRING
st., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Palplesa extracting.
574 SOUTH MAIN
street. Beßt dyeing In the city. 1-18 tf
METROPOLITAN BTRAM DYE WORKS. 241
Franklin atreet. Fine dyeing and clean
ing. ' " 1-1* tf