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Smoked salmon ud lmlil.nl atJevue i.
(to see Kip Van Winkta at the Tivoli
Try Lankernbiin * Cos now proems
(Jet your pure ull nnol Blanket* al
Mr. Seward Cole i» out nl Uncaater
on I an.l business.
Senator Vl I'D, ol Oakland, ia
registered nt the SL. KIRIO.
Sixty-fire passengers led for tim north
yesterday pw steamer Santa Roan.
Beautiful all hool Colored Blankets nt
I>r. Willin'.is will be in Ins office thia
afternoon between tho hours »i I and 6
Rev. A. J. Weill an.l family, were
pinrnfl — on • trip to Ban Francisco by
Miner's ud Camper's Heavy nine all
mini Shirt* nt Coulter's,
Majoro H. Bonebrake and VV. H.
Perry ar i the northern overlud due
nt 1 M P. ii., to-day.
Oondactoi Fitzgerald i« running the
San Pedro train during the nbieuce of
flraOrge H. Peek, Jr.
Otlley Pnpincnn, of Riverside, nnd lv
Bauohci, ..f Loi Angelea, lad for ■ San
Francisco (lip yesterday, h> ..tealnrr.
A large lot of shnvols were sent out
t<> Lang's station yesterday, by express
to be need in the construction ol tha
Blankets ud Flunoli warranted all
wool al Colter's.
Jaunby Brothen have pat a handaome
Higu on the tii*at story of their new ware
house, and will plana another ni the top
of the bftHding.
H.Jeme's trade on roastedcoffee wa«
larger the part weak thu ever before.
The numerous Mends ol Mias Stella
liinford will be pained lo bear of her
death, which ooourred yeaterday morn
ing nt her lutij residence on Morgan
Seaside Cologne, Setwide Cologne,
fllalHl f-f-|[ —. Seaside Cologne, Sea
aide Cologne, Seaside Cologne.
Tho Loa Angelea Woolen Mills'
Blankets and Flannels are the best; no
notion, no (noddy, only to lie found nt
The steamer I.i* Angeles brought
chants, Whioh will arrive in the oity tins
Cet yonr Flannel Underwear at C.nd
In the Recorder's ofliee yesterday,
there were Tiled Hfteen deads, ten mort
gages, four satisfactions of mortgage
and live marriage licenses.
All the druggists aro selling Pack's
Premium Perfumes and Klite Bouquet.
Mr. V. It. Bines, of tbe Burlington
ami Quincj K. X., aud Mr..l. Alexander,
of the i...lveston, llnrriahiirg and San
Antonio Railroad, are in lown. They
are stopping ut the St. Klmo.
(let your Now Styles Full Dress Coods
Richard Onnnigan, Esq., will address
the First Ward Us cratic Club to
morrow, M lay ...>im... at tbe (.Hub
headquarters on San Fern indo street.
The highest temperature in the oity
yesterday was 7- 7 , nnd the lowest,
44 B*. Below the city in tbe moist land
the temperature was lower and was ac
companied by v white fro.t.
Lieutenant J. .1. O'Conuoll, First In
fantry, C. S. A., wife nnd s.-n are re
gistered at tbe St. Rttno. I,untenant
O'Councll returns in a tew days to his
post of duty ut Fort Mi Dowi 11, A. T.
Ashnry Methodist Church, Bast Los
Angeles -Rev. K. B. Chase, Paetor.
White, soft, fine, all uoal Bed Btank
•tts to be found only at Coulter's, BSB
North Masn street.
The Vresno cannery closed opemtions
for the season .September I .'th. after a
auocessful run nl ill weeks. The Htpub-
Itmrnn ot that town says there was put up
during that time abont IW.OOO cans of
Get your put t uf! icool I'launels at
Isaac Coition ami Sannii E. Tibbatto,
Manuel Orannitlo aud Carmelite Ver
dugn, Francisco Crijslra and Mannclllna
Verdugo, Kphraim lloren aud Martha
sCaWns, aod one nameless couple were
yesterday licensed si marry,
nt Rip Van Winkle at tbe Tivoli is the
attraction this evening.
The new Alameda street sewer was
filled in yesterday afteruoou, nearly tc.
Commercial stroet. To day a new exca
vation will be commenced, aud by Tues
day, it will be completed tv the junc
tion of Ahso street.
The steamer Los Angeles's passengers
will orrive In the city Ibis morning. 'I he
steamer will leave for the north io the
The engagement of Mile. Julie Haud
and Mr. Rudolph 11. Weyie is nn
nonnee.l. The nuptials will he performed
in a few days.
Tbe two posts of the (I. A. ft,, will
bold an open lodge meeting next Friday
evening, when their ftiends will be
oivite Ito meet vvilli the members in a
Rip Van Winkle, which held crowded
houses at Hie Tivoli last week, will In
produ.-'d again this evening. MI. -
will bold Ht Imards for the coming
week, to be follow i d by the Blark I rood
during Fur week.
Ihe Messrs. .laeohy Brothers bate
already tilled their basement, aud two
stories, in their new warehouie on l-os
Angelea stroet, with nil kind, of goods.
A handsome sign, No ISO sad I SO id oral
the top of the ti rat story.
St. Paul's Church, Olive strtet, be
tween Fifth and Sixth.tteets, free seals,
H. v. Klin, Mrdatll, H i tor The Rev.
C. M. Bat tier, I), l>., ol Phlktdatpbla,
will preach in tbe morning nnd the
Rector in Hie evening. Sunday school
ami Bible doss at Brit.
The an,bene • »t the Opera House last
nigiit wo, not so largo as usual, on so
count of the groat rush nt the Orphans'
i Fun. Tli" play of Fast Ltßnt was per
lon I in a very acceptable manner, but
the drama It not n popular play in Lot
I Angeles and should bo reldom repeatnl.
All pot ens who pit drop letters in
tht I'ostoHiee will take notion tbat all
.in li letters unlet have s two cent stamp
plat -.1 upon them to in.ilie their deliv
ery. The old one cent rale waa uhol
I Mlie.l Wbtt th :W law reducing the
postagn to two eentn went int.* t licet.
The "big store" with Ihe "little
front.'' 11. .levne'n, M aud 40 North
The Litgnun Farming Company has
loaded ll>" "lop bpthsn nt Snn Pi dm,
for Liverpool, Willi )I,O<M sacks of
wheat, iitnotintiog to abOßl 78,000 bush
els. Another ship will be loaded troni
the fariti of this company in v short
time. The Ispahan is ivpcrtoil to nail
Among the new concrete sidewalks
completed "to IhOta in front of the
Hinnteo and tbe ll' itdcrsnn blocks, of the
Mi I I. no and Schilling!-! pategt, respect
led)'. I 1,,. idditinul will be in trout
of III.■ Holltnhick on Spring street, and
in front of the saw City Hall.
DetnoertUahonld beat in mind the fact
that ragtttration ends with the tlth day
~l October, As fiery voter is obliged
to n*regiiter as v • ondition preoedeat to
voting In- iboold lot I time. If your
Ba i. nut mi the Un it Register yon
» ill b« shut out. Yon ahould therefore
Bin \ an Winkle at Hie Tivoli to-night
ntul kf'l.lu to- trow (Monday) night.
The Orphan's Fair last night was n
mt| si ess. The BOQSt wtui crowded
anil a large amount of money wns taken
mil, tho treasury, whioh seeded fond)
very on. b. Tht lady managers of thi.
fair ore deserving oi great n-edit lot
thtil Btal and no " I .ill devotion in the
eon,toot ami n .in io. t t of the uudei
Another of those pleasant socials that
occur a, illicit its twice a week, nt Sulli
van's Iloneing Academy, Bryooa Hall,
took place last IVtaiOf, nt which youth
:n„l beauty revidod in Ihe giddy ms/as
utdd thn ii o'clock cleclric circuit was
opened, *in n .ill tfonl homo tnrfelted
with rational and healthy smneeoatßt
ami real tojoyOst nt.
Cottoß piakiag lo now la yro||rtti ol
Bokortfleld, The CaHJoriite* says: The
yield will ho belter than in (armor years.
If the cotton picking machine, worked
with a pair of OOrOMwhioh BIOVO it aim g
the rows, of which we let favorable no
tices in tht southern pres., proves to be
ai mi mini us ii antioipeted eotlon
growing will boeomt a great und prolit-
Bhtt Indttltry hi re.
Co hoc Rip Van Winkle si tbe Tivoli
Tho now O, A. R. Post organized at
Flagat nil' lias been named tho OeotrtJ
lia in, No. (17, and tho follow ing old
"vela" were elected as olliccrs: Post
Omesendrr. .1. B. Brollhi Sr. VktUom
tunndt r, L 1.. Barnt) Jr, Vice Comman
der, .las. T. Hildroth) Adjutant, .1. W.
tsffafd, i, l M-, Qoorgt Hotworthi Sur
geon, .lamei Romooj ; Offloot of the Day,
Joo, R. Lockett; OCeer of Untrd, B. 6,
McDonald; l linplniii. D. F. Hart; Ser
gOßnt W. A. Dytr. Fifteen in all were
mattered iv us members. — VrtKQtt
No intelligent buyer will accept a
present will, his tea pnrchases. H
.levin-succeeds in selling large quantities
ot tea wlthOat resorting lo kttoh iiieaus.
Reaann why: Value for your money.
The Hum I. acknowledges a call
from Mr, R. S. Wires, the advance
agent of the Kate Castleton troupe.
Mr. Wires ia a groat ■nfforot from rhen
mathna, and hopes to be benefitttd hy
oot innny skies and n grape-onre diet.
Miss Castleton will arrive on Thursday
next and delight the aiintseinont loving
tieople by her re nppearanee in the mirth
provoking play Ol "Pop," in which the
has eehieved saoh success. She w ill also
appear in "Ail at Sea and other plays,
I in » hioh she is a qaooa of Ootaodjr,
Messrs. Dillon and Kenealy, tbe ac
complished dry good-* merchant-* an
nounce in a double column advertise
ment tbe arrival ot their large stock of
fall and winter goodi from Kaatern nnd
Fiuopejiu manufacture! a. These gen
tlemen are both expert! In the selection
of drvg I*, and have no superiors in
their profession. Their stock is of tbe
fluent and best quality, and their prices
are down on the hard pan. The readers
of the Hhultj will Hod tht- stores of
Dillon an.l Kenealy filled with the finest
assort ment obt unable iv Boropt and
The Yuma Sentinel says: When
Cole's circus arrived in town Inst Tues
day mOTnfoft the troupe o! Arab athletes
started out for a stroll around town.
After looking at the depot hotel for a
while they meandered up the railroad
track. Suddenly tliey brake for the
hills and Unbar on liDa river. The
circus men bad to procure the services
ol several vanuoroi in order to corral
the wandering sons of the desert. After
considerable trouble they were induced
to return and perform in tbe afiernoon.
Tliey demanded of the mannger how
ever, a body guard while they remained
in town, whin was granted them nml
ten stalwart canvass men did guard
duty- It appear-* that some one had
told them of tho f ite of some of their
countrymen win passed through here
recently, and thawing a similar fute
awaited them in much dreaded Yuma,
it wsi but natural (or ColOs d.-scrt nom
ads to beooine frantic with fear and
immediately tn break for a biding place.
Robert G. Ingersoll.
fly referring to ourainnsiinent column
it will he seen that Messrs. McLain,
Lehman 4 ( o. have made arrangements
! with this gifted orator for one lecture at
I the Opera Rosea on Wedpesday even
! ma. tM. Mth. The subject will be Or
Mmdoxy, kleaara. McLain, Ljahauta <l
lag efforts in aaenriag us first-class at
traction., and as tbs bouse will undoubt
edly be crowded, am advise our readers
logo early and aeenre their scats, as
there is uo extra charge in reserving
New Cloak House.
H. Mosgiovc ft Co, will offer tomor
row an elegant line of heavy cloth ulsters
for So 00 each, made especially for Fall
wear. These goods are a great bargain.
21 South Spring street.
Democrats should boar in mind tin tact
that registration ends with the (ith day
<>! October. As every voter is obliged
to re-register as a condition precedent to
voting hu should hwe no lime. If your
name is not oa the (.real Register you
will be shut out. You should therefore
register at once.
All wool Mack braided jersey waiita
for eaan at Mosgrove'a. Aak for
THE PEOPLE'S PARTY.
The Convention Yesterday at
A Tleket flared la the field
•Several Waailarea of the
Old fartlra Katsrsrt
A Platfteraa Ad
\ cslerdiy morning Ihe People's Anil-
Mf B|lllT National • llreenbaek - Labor
Parly uesemblnd in convention at Armory
Hall, and waa called to order hy K. M.
Iliiiiilti.ii, Chairman of the County
Mi. UattiltM was made temporary
chairman and Alfred Moore, 8r , tem
porary secrelaiy, and tho chairiHnn ap
pointed the following committees, con
sisting of live members each:
Platform and Resolutions. MtttM
S. A. Waldron, A. Vinetlo, I). J. Horen
son, It. I.eudke, M Healings.
Credentials.- W. A. Hwniti, M. Recce,
llt.ia.oo Allen, J. .1. Bodkin, W. A.
Pvrnianant < Irganization and Order of
Business. R. W, Reedy, t.Q. Harrow,
.1. Ttlley, L. I. <.lesson, C. N. Knrle.
A recess wits taken to await the
report of the different committees and
to give the aspirants for high honors a
chimin In inlet-view the delegates and
get solid with Mmmßi
The Committee nn Credentials then
came in ami reported the following list
it delegates as entitled to seats lv the
Anaheim ~R. Leudke, J, l>, Taylor,
l). Worling, B. J. Perry, I>. I. Sorensou,
H. -I. Snodgraea.
Artcia -Ueorge Hoabastian, C. la Se
baslinu, li. W. Wilson aud Ueorge
Cotnpton —T. .!. Stevenson.
Billono-J. Flaming, 8. A. Waldron.
Dlinrto— K. M. Wardell, 0, Hunter.
Mortal! T. Eldridgc,
\ •rooa C, 11. Edmunds.
Santa Ana—W. 11. Ttohnor.
Orange J. J- Mndliiu, 1.. A. Klain, O.
Ilniidy, I), ii Watson, proxy 10.1. J.
Bodkin, l>. ti Henderson.
Lot Angeles —t. Tilly, G. A. Banota,
T. l.ungilnti, (. Hayes, E. 11. Hamilton,
Mr. Nelson, W. J. Richardson, B, I.
Smith, A. Moore, .1. I.iigsdan, B. Cas
lield, K. Ilritton, W. 11. Kual, N. C. Ut
ters, J, A. Sullivan. B, J. Kerr. J. Kill
ley, 11. Morrison, A. K. Stewart, W.M.
I. tigg, W. A. Swain, \V. A. Frirk, 8.
Muraliall, J. 11. Horrow, 11. Allen, K.
0. I Hover, .1. Newbju.r, A. R Street,
11 1!. Katnn, T. Uotcelon. A. li. Davis,
T, K. Squire, J. Knrnswortk, A. Vinettc,
Mi. Perry, s. Reese, duo. Horn.-, iv.ll
Vintilte, R tV. Ready, J. Turner, A.
\V. Ilelnne, L. J. Uleaaon, J. Kiiklank,
Mr, QoOumtß. M. Hustings, Kd. Me
tlinley, 0. N. Earlo.
Lancaster -li. 11. Crane.
I'asadena —It Castillo, Frank David
Ciipt. .Innes arose to enquire why his
name had been omitted Irom Urn list of
delegates as hi' lind heen regularly elect
ed. He was inloiined Ihat it wea be
came he refused lo pledge himself
to Imhavo and not create a ilislurhauce
in the body. Tho Captain thought thi.
au infringement of bis personal privilege
tar] withdrew from the meeting in llisb
The Convention then adjourned until
om o'clock c. iv._
On reassembling the Committee on
Permanent Organi/alion reported the
10l low ing permanent officers of the
Convention: E. M. Ilamiltoii, Chair
nim; ViN-PmtdenlS, J. U. Harrow. C.
N. F.urle, t, J. Bntlkin, D. J. Horcnson;
Secretary, Alfred Moore; Sergeants at-
Arms, \V. A. Flick nnd lieorgo .Sebas
The report was adopted.
The platform as rouorted, endorses
the sentiments of Butler's address and
the platform of tho people's National
Party; endorses Butler antl West as can
didates for President and Vice-President;
demands that corporations he controlled
by law, that the creators of wealth
shall tie protected in their riifhts to
possess and enjoy the results of their
labor; that eight hours shall constitute a
days work; that convict labor be abol
ished; that the government supply work
for idle men iv times of Anenoial de
pression; drelares that the right to
iasne money is a aoverign power and
should not be delegated to corporations;
that all men nave a natural right to the
soil and that the government should
wrist from corporations land unjustly
acquired and hold it in reserve for actual
settlers; that uo man should be
allowed to own more land than
hu nnd family can use. Opposes
the nic of public money for
abating insect mmnnces. The Weekly
Sloijun published hy Isaac Kinley was
adopted as the organ of the par
ty. A People's Wharf is demanded
at San Pedro. The action
of the Supervisors in adopting the plan
for n new court house was condemned.
Before the adoption of the platform,
Cnplain .lanes demanded a hearing,
which was granted him. He proclaimed
himself a stnuneh nnli-ntonopolist, who
hail fought Ihe railroads single-handed,
und wnnted lo he admitted to the con
vention. Notwithstanding the Captain's
appeal he was summarily tired, and
the resolutions as read were.adopted.
The following Central Committee was
appointed: Messrs. Waldron, Tichenor,
Harrow, Smith, Bodkin, Swain, Ready,
LtMtiike, Hamilton, Miles, Moore, Karle.
F'ach delegate and Captain .Isnes Step
ped forward and paid fifty cents to assist
in defraying the expenses of the conven
Nominations for county officers were
in Ordtr, ami the following ticket was
Superior.ludges—H. M. Smith, Anson
Sheritl -A. F. Mackey.
County Clerk- 0, H. Duusmoor.
Auditor A. K. Sepulveda.
Reeorder--C. B. Miles.
Treasurer J. W. Broaded.
District Attorney Horace Bell.
Public Administrator -M. P. Cutler.
Coroner Dr. McFarland.
Surveyor—X. T. Wright.
Assemblymen, 76th District, S. A.
Waldnm; 77ih District, R. VV, Ready;
Ist District. James Foard: 2nd, John P.
Moran; .trd, Milton Lindley; 4th, Col
Mudge;oth, A. S, Ferguson.
Nominations for township offices were
deferred until next Monday night.
The following delegates, to at
tend the Sixth district Congres
sional convention, to be held
beru on the Nth inst., were select
ed: J. «... Harrow, M. Wardell,
C, N. KArle, W. li. Tichnor, A. Vinette,
C. H. Kdmunda, K. M. Hamilton, W. A.
Swain, li. W. Rowe, A. More, W. J.
Richardson, O, A, Bunch, Samuel Mar
shall, A. Hargraves, John Sebastian.
Tbe delegates were instructed to con
sider the claims of Isaac Kinley at the
< rOfigrSSitopaJ Convention.
A resolution was passed tbat it was
the sense of tbe Convention that tbe
Legislature should submit to the people
an amendment to the Constitution of
tbe State prohibiting the aale and manu
facture of intoxicating liquors.
After three cheers fur Butler and
Went andthe county ticket, the Con
THE KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL.
Names or Offleere Board of Man
agement, and Supporters of tbe
Ei.jtok HW«IM Yonr readers will
be glad to bear of the progress of the
new movement for establishing free Kin
dergartens in oar city.
lv one short month an association for
this purpose has been formed, number
ing about fifty members. It ha? fur
nished and tnade attractive the Mission
Castas] of the Congregational Church on
Sainsevain street, which bas been kindly
offered rent free, and ita first school was
opened there on Wednesday of last
It has met a generous response from
the nniiues* men to whom it has ap
pealed fur material or money, the vari
ous lumber firms giving ten dollars each,
and the Harper 4 Reynolds Co. heading
tba list with fifty dollars, a superb con
tribution. Jt has secured the endorse
meat of its « urk hy the clergymen of
LOB ANGELE** DAILT HJEIIALD. SUNDAY MOnyrNTG. OCTOBER fl. IW§4-
our city of all denominations, who con
sent to serve it by their names a* hon
It baa a email balance in Ho treasury
and do debt upon it, except the salary
of Its teacher. For tbia it needa a mem
bership of a hundred, and Ihat must
surely come to it.
The annual fee ia four dollars, payable
unjoining, or If quarterly, tt will be
called for by a committee. Tha fee f»r
life membership is for adults and $10
The association needs also an upright
piano, which it is hoped hy sutne gener
ous friend at very low rates.
That all peisons interested may re
spond without the labor of persona!
solicitation the li-t of officers of the asso
ciation Is glveu below, to any of whom
application may be made and funds sent.
Mrs. Caroline M. Severance, President;
Vice Presidents, Mrs, A. H. Judsmi,
Mis. Jotham litxby, Mrs. H U. Otis,
EL O. ('arrows, C. W.i iibson; Secretary,
Miss Nellie Mickey; Treasurer, T. C.
flOAKl) fir MANAUKMKNT.
Mrs. I W. Heilman, Mr*. R. M. Wid
noy, Mrs. S. C. Habhell, Mrs. H. T.
Lee, Mrs. I V.Newton, Mrs X K.
Spence, Mrs. 11. K. S. O'Melvery, Mrs.
C. W Oilwon, Mrs. K. B. Millar, Mrs.
Milton Lindhy, Mrs. P. T. Huckins,
Mis. 11, l>. Hough, and H. W. Mills.
W K. Blacknmn, I.J. Wello.
The paternal government at Woahing
ton has realized the neceeaity of the
needs of Los Angeles and benevolently
sent to the Signal officer at tbia station
a Smithsonian snow gauge, for the use of
the city, after the lapse of 7000 yearn,
when Ademar says the climate is to un
dergo a change. The article is "neat
but not gaady," and can be laid away
(Ot ■ millennium of yeara if tieceesarv.aud
it will douhUea* b« supreme!) necessary
to k<?ep on storing the thing '"when we've
l-Ken there teu thousand yeara.'* Ar
raugemeuta have b*eu made with tbe !*.»
anthura of "Beautiful Snow' to plant
around the I. a Angelea aoow gauge a
collection of oleanders, rosea, or.nge
trees, lillies of all kinds, blue bells, star
flowers, morning gloves, tansies, forget
me nuts and other arctic flowers, to
watch over the gauge of beautiful snow .
Mini I the set time to favor /ion shall tv
fully come, so that the dispensation of
benevolence aud beauty, the absolutely
necessary beautiful snow gauge from our
blessed government, may be a thing td
beauty and a joy till tbe next iron
mounted millennium arrives with heal
ings in ita wings. It ta reported that tho
Laplander in furs, who haa charge of
the gaugs aud is an admirer ef the beau
tiful has gone crsjty at the sight of the
flowers, and while he is an admirer ot
tbe beautiful snow as well as the flow
ers, continually croona:
"How haiip) could I be wilh either
Were i njur .tear charmer away "
More Trouble from Glass Lamps
Thebonseand couteots of Mr. John
L Baisley were entirely consumed yes
terday morning, on Mozart street, in
Kast Lot Angelea, by the explosion of
a glass lamp, which set fire lo tbe win
dow curtain, ceiltj-g and Moor, and filled
the room witb flame in nn iustant of
time. The calamity occurred about cue
o'clock in tbe morning, while the family
were all in bed and asleep. Thtir escape
was necessarily suddeu and nut unmixed
The explosion, flame and smoke awoke
Mr. and Mrs. Baisley, wbo saw tbe
trouble iv an instant. Mr. Baisley
dashed through the flames into an a 1
joining room where bis two children
were sleeping, broke out a window and
threw the children outside and followed
by the same way himself. Mrs. Baislev
escaped out of the front of the house,
frern which a few articles of furniture
and clothing were saved.
Tbe house was so far from a tel. phone
or the boss cart statiou, or water supply
tbat it was all in flames before anything
could be done to check the tire, or be
fore the matter was known to tbe neigh*
bors. The destruction was complete.
There was a policy of insurance on the
building but it was not sutiicbiit to
cover the loss by about $400. This is
the fourth accident from tbe use of
glass lamps mentioned in the Herald
within a month. It is time to calls bait
and make lamps of brass.
Superior Court - Smith, J.
SATURDAY, 00*. 4.
Hugo Paulsen, a native of Denmark;
Alexander McDonal, a native of Canada,
and Jean Dehart, a native of France,
Steers vs. J. Riuegger—Proof heard
and I'ecree ordered as prayed for.
Steers vs. John Doe et al—Same
Hawley Bros. vs. You mans, et al—De
fendants allowed ten days" further time
Luige TachelU, a native of Italy nat
De Turk vs. Strohm—Demurrer to an
swer to cross; complaint, submitted.
Estate and guardianship of W. J,
Wood worth, Jr., a minor—Final ac
count settled and allowed.
Hale vs. Shepherd—Tried and sub
mitted. Plaintiffs allowed live days to
SKT FOR MONKAY.
Hurka vf. Harka—Trial.
No Judge appearing, Court adjourned
until October Oth, at IU a. tf., in ac
cordance with Section 199, of Code of
The Minor Courts.
In Justice Morgan's Court yesterday
F. Hon, arraigned on a charge of petit
larceny, waa b Id in $100 bail to be tried
on October 9th. He failed to put up.
In the same Court Antonio Domec was
convicted of battery; went up for thirty
Injustice Ling's Court Julia Burton
waa dismissed, on account of insufficient
Iv Mayor Thorn's Court V. J. Oritlith
paid $.1 tine for drunkenness. Iv tbe
same Court Dsn Collins went to jail
eight days for being diuuk and disor
Passengers Due From the East To
The following is the list of passengers
from the Kast, via the Southern route,
to arrive in Ix>s Angeles at 12(90, p. m.
to-day, specially telegraphed to the
Casa Grande. A. T., Oct. 4.— J. H.
Holt, Clifton; Loma Burke, Wilcox;
Mrs. C. B. Vanevery, Kansas City; Miss
KM a VanKvery, do.; Mr. and Mrs. I>. S.
(dement, Lake Charles, V V.; Mr.,l. K.
Mouslar, Houston, Tex.; C. \V. Kirch
ner, San Fraucisco; Jas. C. Davis, Max
«y, A. T.; Mrs. Sarah Snow, San Fran
cisco; Mrs. Wm. Barm, Dennison, Tex.;
.1. A. Furdy, Kansas: R. A. Bayfoyle,
Delfass; Ceo. A. Fayle, Tucson.
Freight train No. 23, going east, met
with an accident yesterday, at' Jr. m,,
about two miles west of Whitewater
station on Ihe border of the Colorado
desert. A wheel of one of the freight
cars broke, throwing twenty of the rear
cars off the track and creating a large
and costly ruin of east bound freight,
besides crushing some of the cars aud
demoralizing the track. No person whs
injured in tbe smashup. Trainmaster
Folk and Train Dispatcher Loekwood
went to the disaster with a working
train, and expect to have a new track
constructed and passable this morniug.
The Annual Races.
The Sixth District Directors held an
other meeting yeaterday and still fur
ther considered the matter of the un
filled races. After a full discussion of
the question the Hoard adjourned until
Tuesday afternoon next, at which time
tbe programme will be rearranged, and
if deemed advisable, all races which did
not till, will be opened for entries until
the 10th mat. Interested horsemen
would do well to attend this meeting.
Democrats should bear in mind the
fact that registration ends with tbe 6th
day of October. A* every voter is
obliged to re-register as a condition prece
dent to voting be should lose no time. If
your name is not on the Great Register
you will be shut out. You should there
fore register at once.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
iThr t nor uf Communications epvserlrig la
tl.it column ia not andoraarf bf tba
Hilar of th« Mss.ld. Th« artier *bo dastras
t• bo haarJ In It ahouhl ilmii •ceompsnj his
arraad with hia full naea«, not neeassarilt for
puMi. atluu hut a 4 a ruarsnte* of food faith J
Tba Humor Obando
Kiiitor HiekalD:—When Mr. Mark
ham started out on his electioneering
tour he procured a Mexican barber
named Obando to accompany him pre
sumably for the purpose of Influencing
tbe Bpanish voters of the district by bis
It would be charitable, Mr. Kditor, to
suppose tbat Markham did nut know
much about Obando, and merely took
him on the recommendation of his man
Scarcely, however, had Mr. Markham
started out, when it was made public
that Obindo was not an American
citizen, (although be ban lived in the
Htate fourteen years), Notwithstanding
that Markham and his friends have
been to my certain knowledge, aware for
■on than a month that Obando is not a
citiren, they have still kept him on tha
The Republican managers are bard up
for speak era when tbey have to hire an
alien barber to accompany their Con
greasioual nominee and teach the voters
of the Sixth Congressional District their
Markham s preaistence In dragging
his alien orator throngh tba towns and
hamlets of this district is an insnlt to
our voting population, which he will
dearly rue after the 4th of November.
Los Angelea, Oct 4th.
An Old Miners Last Requests
The following additional fatts are
gained regarding tbe suicide of W. A.
Brown, at San Fernando laat Thursday -
The body waa found iv a tield near Sun
Fernanda farmed by J. Parsons. At the
impievt hia person wa* searched and an
ante mortem letter was found, which
aaid: "I am tin dof living any longer.
•ufTerine aa I am from my night leaving
me, ao lha- c taken morphine to end my
sufferings 1 have thought the act over
that I am now to peiform, being in
capacitated from being able to work and
evuld not beg. I have come to the con
clusion to end my misery. 1 leava what
proptrtv, that may In-come valuable to
■| %m that is in Calico, S. B. Co.,
t alifornia. One halt" interest in the Old
Fortune, rue -hall interest in the Silver
R«tf oaaa hall In the Kentucky, one
tbird in the Venture. The above
claim? are situated in Caltoe mining dis
trict, San B-'rnardiuo County, Cal." VV.
A. drown. The body waa decently in
terred and one mere old miner passeth
into (he great beyond.
Fruit Shipments Yesterday.
ignite a Urge amount of fruit was
shipped to various points of tbe Territo
ries and the Kast, yesterday, per Wells,
Fsrgo & Co's express, tbe large bulk of
it being various kinds of line grapes, as
follows: Two boxes to Bando, Texas:
two to Albuquerque, N. M.; live boxes
to San Antonio, Texas, and seven to
Houston. A large number of racks
were sent to New Orleans, La., and four
boxes of grapes to Rock Dale, Arkansas;
six Imxes were shipped to Flagstaff, A.
T., and four to XI Paso, Texa?; two went
to Kansas City, Mo., and nine to Los
Vega* Hot Spring*, N. M. Four boxes
were sent to Abilene, Texas, and two to
Tucson, A. T. ignite a ROM hot of boxes
were b He 1 to various points, about one
to each place. This ia a total of sixty
seven boxes, aud does not include vege
tables, which do uot form so large a part
of the shipments to the territories as
formerly, as they are vow largely con
sumed at home hy onr rapidly growing
population, while the territories are ROW
producing a large quantity.
The Orand competitive drill and ball
uf the Cleveland cadets took place at
the Turnverein Hall last night with
great eclat. The cadets made a tine ap
pearance on the streets before repairing
to the hall for drill. Their drill, both
on the streets and in the hall received
many compliments, llr. Knglish received
the first prize for the best drilled
cadet. Mrs. Alfred Dillon took
the first prize as the best tval'zer,
while Mr. Patrick Hartlett received
the tirst prize for the best jig dancing.
Dancing commenced at nine o'clock and
was kept up until a late hour. The youth
and beauty of Los Angeles revelled in
the giddy pleasures of the occasion to
their hearts' content until a late hour,
when all retired with the kindest wishes
fur the gallant Cleveland Cadets.
Le Pro gres.
Lf Progrr*, the new French paper,
made its appearance yesterday afternoon,
a little late on account of the friction
necessarily attending the tirst number,
everything having to he set up new.
Hereafter it will come out on time. It
is printed ou new type, cases and rules,
and presents a clean appearance typo
graphically. Dr. Pique Dupuytren is
the veteran editor, and Tom Laughlin
the foreman. Tbe con ten sof the new
paper are very readable.
Jnst opened a new line of children's
Fall cloaks with capes which we will
sell at the low price of #.1.00 each. These
goods are an immense bargain. H.
Mosgrovo k Co., 21 South Spring street.
Another Difficult Surgical Test.
Mr. John Dowel, who was suffering
from a large tamor situated in the* pos
terior mares, yesterday submitted to an
operation at the hands of Doctor J. \\".
Reese, iv Schumaker Block. Tbe oper
ation was difficult and dangerous, but
was accomplished successfully, to the
infinite relief of Mr. Dowel.
A Wise Plan.
Everyone wishing to try the new rem
edy for biliousness and constipation--
Syrup of Figs can obtain a trial bottle
free of charge at C. F. Heinzeman's
Drug Store, Main street. Knowing
Hyrup of Figs lo be better in its effect
and more pleasant to tbs taste than any
other remedy, the California Fig Syrup
Company bas adopted a wise plan to
make its merits known to tbe public.
All over the land are going into ecstasy
over Dr. King's New Discov.-ry for Con
sumption. Their unlooked tor recovery
by the timely use of this great life Saving
remedy, causes them to go nearly wild
in ita praise. It is guaranteed to posi
tively oOfS Severn Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, May K. ver, Bronchitis, Hoarseness,
of Votes, or any affection of the
Throat and Lungs. Trial bottles free at
C. F. Heinzeman's drug store. Large
1 have jnst received the finest lot of
O>M from the most celebrated manu
facturer.*.. Also every variety of sport
ing implements ever offered in Southern
California. To be sold at the lowest
prices. Please call and examine our
Htock before purchasing elsewhere.
11l RBI SI.oTTEIIHKrK,
111, Temple Block, Los Angeles; op
posite United States Hotel. oct4lw
Misery is a mild word to describe the
mischief to body and mind caused by
habitual constipation. The regular use
of Ayer'a Catharic Pills, in mild doses
will restore the torpid viscera to healthy
activity. Try them and be cured.
A Cooq Investment.
My friend, if iv yonr wanderings in
the pursuit of happiness you chance to
spend a few minutes in the purchase of
a luxury tbat will conduce to both
health and pleasure, count the time well
spent, and the article that will return the
largest percentage of both ia Tansill's
Tunch 80. cigar, at the P, 0. Cigar
If you want fine rooms, good board
and borne comforts, go to the Kimball
Mansion -surrounded by a flower gar
den--!.*! New High street, near Tem
II with ■award limits* V 4 invitforater. i>«
I Insist upon inlabiu X ..1.j./ol KOLA TKA. I
NKW TO-DAY NKW TO-DAT
Special Lis of Dry Cools!
We have specially Imported for this Season's
Trade a large and full assortment of
SILKS, SATINS, LADIES' CLOTHS,
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
Ladies'and Gents' Underwear,.
LINENS AND MUSLINS I
These goods have been purchased for cash
from Manufacturers only, and will be placed be
fore our customers during the ensuing week at
Extraordinary Low Prices!
COR. MAIN & REQUENA STS.,
Xjooi Aiißolos, Oal. <><*<
OirMliflf tarries, Etc.,
will be held thin month at
100 and 102 Los Angeles St., Cor. of Requena St.
OVER 500 CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS. Etc.,
These vehicles will oot he some fixed ap to show, but will be such as we are
I am the Sole Director of this Show and as is usual when
Directors make Exhibits I shall get away with all the
Premiums. Do not fail to see this
Mutli Carriage EII011!
It beats everything ever seen in this country. My Exhibit
will cover two floors, each 50x153 feet. On the lower
floor you will see
STUDEBAKER FARM AND SPRING WAGONS.
The upper floor will be devoted to Carriages, Buggies,
Phaetons, etc. My doors will be open to the public, who
are invited to inspect our repositories. Do not fail to
walk through and inspect the magnitude of our business.
It will repay you for your trouble.
S. W. LUITWIBLBR, Director,
100 AND 102 LOS ANGELES ST.
Harper & Reynolds Co.,
, [CAI'ITAI, STOCK 5250,000.]
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Stoves,
Metals und Tin Plate.
Sole Agents for Perry & Co's celebrated Brighton Ranges,
Charter Oak Htoves and Ranges, Golden Star Oil
and Oosolinc Stoves and Ranges.
Specialties in Builders' Hardware. Mies Locks.
A Large Stock Sacramento Vitrified Stone Sewer Pipe.
48 and 50 Main, 61 and 63 Los Angeles street, Los Angeles.
Gordon Hardware Co.,
■m» sol 111 MPRINtU STREET.
WHOLKSALI AND RKTAIL,
BALING WIRE, BUILDERS'
CARRIAGE BOLTS, HARDWARE.
LOWEBT PRICES TO THE TRADE.?
■ ■ 1 , . •~*wmmm
LEWIS BBOTMEg' COHJMMg.
§ Not Mere Talk! §
S*f NOT MERELY ON PAPER I *5
To the Banker We Would Say,
To the Laborer We Would Say,
And to all who have any consideration for the
We would say,
For it will repay you, we guarantee. For four successive
days and until midnight our entire force of help has been
pressed into service. We have marked down over
8 $50,000 g
WORTH OF S
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Each and every Shoe, each and every price has been
Will meet the eyes of all. Reduction does not express
one-twentieth part of what has taken place in prices at
our establishment. In other words prices at which our
goods will be sold will be next door to
GIVING THEM AWAYI
This is not empty talk nor braggadocio, but we mean
every word we have said. If not in immediate need im
print the following prices upon your minds;compare them
with the prices you have been paying elsewhere;
CUT OUT THIS
Save it! Hold it Fast!
If "but" for a guide in the future.
IS READ. |S
Ladies' French Kid Bntton, formerly $8.50, Down lo $6.25
Ladies' French Kid Button, formerly $4.76, Down to $4.76
Ladies' French Kid Button, formerly $4 00, Down to $3.76
I n li.- American Kid Button, formerly $3.60, Down to $2.60
Ladies' American Kid Button, formerly $3.00, Down to $2.60
ladies' 11 love Kid Bntton, formerly $3.00, Down to $2.60
Ladies' Pebble (loat Button, formerly $3.00, Down to $2.00
Ladies' Cloth and leather Button, formerly $2.60, Down to $1.80
Ladies' Cloth and Leather Full Hcullop Lace Shoes, formerly $1.76, Down to $1.29
Misses' Kid Button, formerly $2.75, Down to $2.00
Misses' Pebble (loat Button, formerly $2.60, Down to $1.76
Misses' Cloth anil leather Button, formerly $2.50, Down to $1.75
Children's Kid Button Shoes, formerly $1.76, Down to $1 38
Children's Pebble (ioat, Solar Tip, Button, formerly $1.75, Down to $1.26
Child's I'ehhle (loat Button, formerly $1.60, Down to $1.00
Infants' Shoes $1, 76c, 500, 2So
U MEN'S SHOES, U
Cj BOYS'SHOES, Q
|j YOUTHS' SHOES. jfjj
Down we have brought our prices,
Down they shall remain.
When yon visit our establishment bring this price list
with you. Remember our stock invoices over
And we assure you we will not be "Just Out" of goods
when you call for them. We wish to do exactly as we
advertise. When we quote prices our goods ahull be sold
for those prices, neither more nor less.
Sole Agents for
EDWIN C. BTJRTS'
101 AND 103 N. SPRING ST