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The Second Night of the
MANY HISTORICAL PEOPLE.
Popular Booth* Attended by Beau
tif 111 Ladies in Fantastical
Tbe KUoeeM of tho opening night of
the Paper Cat nival was repeated last
night. Ii such a thing were possible,
the BttCCeM was even greater, though
the audience present was not quite a?
large as that of tlie first night ft Is
not necessary lo stale, however, thai
the Pavilion was Blled. Tbis fact
goes without saying, especially when
the character of the entertainment
is taken Into consideration. Tne
booths had been touched up during
yesterday forenoon, and tlie resu l
was a more harmonious blending of
colors. A fine band was in attend
ance and good music was discoursed
during tho intermissions in the enter
tainment. A constant Bow of anxious
buyers swarmed eagerly around every
booth ami all purchasers found them
selves gracefully waited upon by the
fair ladies In charge. The candy,
Lemonade, Mikado and Ice Cream
Booths did an enormous business and
the refreshments served were of so
■torfrinr a quality as to command the
pr, ises nf all who p.irteok.
Enuring the door a visitor is at
once struck with the grandeur of the
spectacle and a lour to all tbe booths
ample repays fen- all the trouble in
getting through tbe crowd. On the
right of the main entrance to tbe hall
is the Eighteenth Century's booth,
handsomely decorated with United
States flags of all sices. This booth is
in charge of Mrs.' Jno. Jones and Mr
Patton. Fancy articles were on hind
for sale. Next to the right is the
Mikado booth in charge of Mrs.
K. I). Scribes and Mrs. Albert Patton
Tbe assistants were most tastefully
dres°ed in Japanese costumes. They
wero, Mrs. J. C. Quinn, Miss Clara
Whitson, Miss Ida Whiison, Miss
Jessie Shields and Miss Newal 1 .
Tables were set in every possible
position, and the above mentions I
ladies sk llfully served coffee, ten,
sandwiches ana cake of v must super
ior quality tojill comers. This booth
is most handsomely ornamented with
blue fringe, with Japanese lanterns
hanging tv it. In the center is a lanje
Japmese umbrella, the pule of which
is entirely surrounded with lanterns
of all colors,
Next on the right is the lemona 1"
booth, in charge of Mrs. It. A. Locke
It has a roof of while cotton, with
lemon and blue trimmings, and speaks
well for the taste oi the la lies who
erected it. .Mrs. Locke is assisted hy
Mrs. 0. C. Crane. Miss Matelle Lockn
and Miss Untie White. Miss Locke
kinked charming as "Rebecca at tho
Well." The quality of the le nod ule
served was unimpeachable. Next to
Mr*. Luke's is located a fancy
booth, in charge of Mrs. T. .1.
Wei den. assisted by Mrs. B. A.
Havelick, Mis. Green and Miss Maud
Van Rensselaer. The booth looked
exceedingly pretty and was decorated
with yellow and chocolate paper, with
a red cotton roof. The articles ol
trade were dolls, fans, paper Sowers
and fancy wares of every de-cription.
The ladies in charge made excel enl
saleswomen, and succeeded in selling
a goodly amount of their stock. They
even offered to sell their booth. The
Egyptian booth, representing the fifth
century, was next on tne right and
was well wortli a visit. It looked ex
tremely pretty, with its handsome or
naments. It is constructed with a
gable nof of old gold cloth, which
hangs down iv front with a fine fringe
of tas.-els, &c. The walls are of yel
low paper, handsomely decorated
with Egyptian naves. Five steps lead
to a platform that is covered with a
dark green an 1 gray carpet, and fitted
out w tb tables,chairs, ixjkitu-glas-es
and divans, all of which are for sale.
Tbis booth is in charge of Mrs. F. C.
Woodhnrv, assisted by Misses Llnden
neld. Kelly. Barnes. Tibbette, Lillie
Pinkham, Dike, Dothtworth and Fan
nie Oarm chael. . The remaining
booth's will be described in full In
to m- irrow's issue.
The t ihleatlx were again remarkably
successful and commanded the admi
ration of every one present. Follow
ing is the programme:
Hiawatha meet inn Minnehaha.
Keinnaiit of an Indian Trine.
Last of ihe Indians.
F ney Dance.
Washington's Prayer and the Answering
Honor* to the Brave.
At. Home iv the Washington Mansion.
The receipts reported to the treas
urer by all the booths amounted to
very near $230, besides which the fol
lowing donations wero made: Mrs. 1.
W. Hellman. $10; Mrs. T. T. Slauson,
$3; Mrs. Harris, $2 j Mrs. Kas per
Colin, $1; total, $16.
The tableaux are different every
evening, and it will be hard to find ii
bettor place of amusement in the
county than can be found at the Paper
A Uukj' Mcctliisr VeKtcrclH|r
At a meeting of the Police Com
missioners held yesterday there was
peresent a full Hoard, viz: Hon. W.
H. Workman, Mayor and Chairman;
L. N. Breed, President of the Coun
cil, and P. M. Darcy, Chief of Police.
The meeting was called to order at 3
o'clock v. a., and the following busi
ness transacted: Minutes read and
approved. Resignation of ollicer
Charles E. Godfrey received, and on
motion accepted. On motion W. I!.
/Valniore and I). Walsh were appointed
regular officers. On motion M. V.
Wright, officer of the Humane Soci
, f ety, was appointed a special police
ollicer at a salary of if 10 |er month.
Riceive 1 from Mrs. VVo id a liill for
$2(>o 20 for food for prisoners in tho
oily jail in the month of November,
18S7. Approved and allowed for $24 1.
Saloon licenses were granted to
John W. Nuhy, southeast corner of
Wilmington and Jackson streets;
Fred. Binder, 44 North Alain- da
street: F.yrand BrOS., corner of Com
mercial and i.os Angeles streets, and
B. Cam -rlo, 4S Downey avenue.
Petition received from William Brock
way asking that Samnel Fusion be
appointed a special police officer for
tho protection of the California
Central Railroad Compauy's property.
Petition granted, and said Samuel En*
sign appointed a special police officer
without pay from the city.
Petition received from K. K. Britin
erd and others, ask ng that Kwong
Chung be allowed to continue the bua
LOS ANGB'-KS HFRALD; THURSDAY MOItNING, DEC KM B Kit 8, 1887.
ine*s of lnundrymanon Temple street,
near Waters. Referred to Chief of
F. Leßarre, of Ban Francisco, is in
T. Perry, of San Francisco, is visit
ing Los Angeles and vicinity.
Tbe sale of seats for Milton Nobles
at the Opera House next week, will
commence tbis morning.
The subject of discourse nt, the
Christian Church tbis evening will be
'•lundeitfyi—What is lt?'»
Tram-fern, of riMtl estate yesteday
amounted to $270,301, and were 14.;
in number. Of these, thirty were for
a nominal consideration.
The Main Street and Agricultural
Park Street R'dlrond Company, bus
raised its tracks between Third ami
First streets to tbe official grade ol
The branch postoffice of Fast Los
Angeles bus been changed from 001
Downey avenue to (118 on the same
street. A change has lieen contem
plated for some time past
In Judge O'Melveny's Court yester
day, the case of Yeager vs. the s. P
R. K. Co. was at the instance of the
plaintiff continued for the the session
in order that an amended complaint
might be filed. Costs including jury
fees were taxed to the plaintiff.
o. (i. Weyse was yesterday morn
ing granted by Judge Gardiner, let
ters of administration with tbe will an
nexed to tbe estate of bis father.
Julius ii. Weyse, who died on the Otli
of October, 1863. Tbe property con
sists of seventeen acres of land situa
ted on the southeast corner of San
Pedro and Ivist Eighth strejt, and is
valued at $50 000.
A fine lunch room w ill lie opened
on Tuesday, December 13, 18H7, at 11
a. m., in the basement of the Woman's
Home, on Fourth street, Los Angeles.
Home cooking. Any party wishing
to belt) herself or those dependent
on bet- by contributing cooked in tides
of food, w ill please enter such Articles
before 0:30 a. m., care of Mrs. Francis
W. \Yhe ler, lunch room, Woman's
Home, Fourth street, Los Angeles.
It was represented to n Herald
reporter yesterday by seemingly re
sponsible authov'ty, that Monday,
about two o'clock, ' H. Appell
(Republican inspector in too Second
ward, precinct B). received notice
from County Ciena Dunsmoorto chal
tenire all votes Share voters held
certificates that wre received that
day. Mr. Dunstx&r says tbe above
sta'ten cut is >X£sil The challenging
was done, aLjftll ofcmts, whether by
restrict! insJsTOm others nr by innate
Petition received from Mrs. J. J.
de-Fad den and others, asking that n
police malriinbe appointed. Petition
placed on file.
The Chief of Police was instructed
'o too thai nil dead animals buried in
die river bed below Seventh street
*we placed at least live feet under
App (cations for positions ort the
on c received from Thos. F.. O'nines
onl James I). Starr and placed on
me Parker aecieiy Meetlni Vmmt
The entertainment fitvning with
Holmes, given hy tho Parker Society
at the First Baptist Church last even
ing, wiis a very pleasant affair.
The roll was called with responsive
quotations which were very appropri
ate and spicy.
Miss liiders read an essay on the
"Life and Writings of Oliver Wendell
Holmes." "Grandmother's story of
Bunker Hill Hattie" as she saw it
irom the belfry, was read by Miss
Rennet. Mr. J. Burks then rende ed
•'The Deacon's Master Piece or the
Wonderful One lloss Shay," to illus
trate Hint Mr. Holmes was a humor
ist as well as a patriot. Miss Leach
man was requested to read an auto
graph In ter which she received from
Mr. Holmes, as follows:
My dear young lady:
It gives me great pleasure to answer
your letter in which you pay me a
higher compliment I fear 'ban 1 de
serve. I will not say that I wish tube
tt buy again, for 1 suppose I would be
just such a boy as 1 was. 1 went to
school, and ani afraid 1 used to talk
and play a good deal when I ought to
have been studying. That is the rea
son, 1 suppose, that I dp not know as
much now as 1 used to. 1 know some
thing, to be sure, but I cannot help
thinking how much more 1 might
have learned if I had been as indus
trious as some boys and girls are. It
is best to try to be contented with the
a„'e wo are at, and make that as good
and useful and happy as we can. I
think sometimes I would like to feel
for an hour or a day as I
felt when 1 was twelve years old,
or even us 1 did when I was twenty.
15, it perhaps I would not, to change
my brown hair for white, and my
young joints for old ones, an I so I am
contented to sit by my tire side and
read and write, and wish now and
then of the days when it took o Utile
to make me happy, and life seemed lo
stretch out before tne as if there weie
im end tn it. W II it does not look so
now to tne, at last; but to you I sup
pose it does. Use your days well now,
and when they have rolled up into
years and you look back upon them,
you will be very glad of every tenor
of wisdom you learned, and every act
of duty you performed.
I am, my dear young lady, very
sincerely your friend,
Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Andrew T. MoDill yesterday filed a
complaint against A. T. Palmer, al
leging that Palmer, who is a real
estate agent, on the 22J day of June
was agent for Ibe sale of certain lands
iv San Bernardino county and that
upon Ids consummating a sale of
same ho was lo realize as a com mis
sion 6 per cent on the flrst $1000 and
2 1 .. per cent on the balance of tb
purchase price; that defendant agreed
witu plaintiff to divide equally lu
commission if McDill would bring
him a man who would purchase tbe
properly. It is further alleged that
soon Biter McDill introduced to the
defendant parties who purchased the
f>r perty for $01,000 and that defen
dant realized ibe sum of .pUi-'o as com
mission, hut lias refused to turn over
to VlcDill $812, bis share of the
Entertainment i>> tlie i.os Aigta
Ira Athletic Club.
The Ladies' Night entertainment
last evening at Armory H ill, given by
the Los Angeles Athletic Club, was a
very pleasant affair. Tbe folio*iug
programme was well received :
Parallel bars — Messrs strolun, Cooper"
Nordllnger, Peiiwaland Beating.
Club swinging—L. Nordllnger.
S,„,r.in"—Pr„iik S dd-ll au i Una Hull.
Pcueiug-Messrs Hi uhoiaud Bsssiug.
Sparring—Messrs. Johns and Moore.
Alt r the exercises tin; cnair nan
announced lhat the prizes offered at
the Field Day sports would be
The winners list is as follows:
one hundred yards dash—Hut prize to tt.
Hemer, Uive.si.ie. foecoiid prize I > C, K.
High lump—J. W. Winston, lirst; Win.
Gull, m coinl.
One mile byclcle race—W. 8. Wing, flrsti
U. C Smith, second.
Oue quarter el a mile race—X. Jossinan,
Brstl VV. S. Blnsuer, second.
One hundred and twenty yard* hurdle
race—J. W. Winston, firtt; M. T. Spencer,
One half mile bvciclc race—.l. P. Percivill,
fir t; W. S. Wing, s coll i.
Broad jura ii—J W, Winton, litst; W. T.
Reporter's race—B. Benjamin, of rrtouaf,
one ,nle run—X JelsUu, Brsti Ueo. W.
Willis msou, second
United States Signal Service.
Report of ohservßtioul taken al Loa An
-de*, cal.. December 7, 1887, b) War De
■pimo I n«7 lrh« I now | wd |Ve-| Wea-
Time. j Bar, |Tner.|p 0<nt |wa| to iy| (hefl
»T07 A.M. i«» II! 40"I"43 ; NV. 5 jC'ciir:
12 07 p.m 80.14 il'» I 51 i BB I 8 Clear.
7-07 P.M .30.1 II ■ r >H i 4S S i 2 ICIcar
Mas temp.. 72; mlB. temp., 4f>.
On Wesnesday Next
The grand sale of Keith's paintings takes
place on Wedm sday next, at the large rooms
Of the Southern California l and company,
324 North M Mm street. Baker blook.
The Hon Ton Katli ICoom*
lnd Tonsorlal Parlors, o. 1.. Susand, Pro
prietor, arc fitted up in perfect taste and
neatness. The mnnv artists employed by
Mr. Susan.l are noted for their dexterity
with riie razor; and for dressing and cutting
the hair, shampooing, etc., the Hon Ton has
no equal. The bath rooms, which lire noted
for their cleanliness, are all newly cnaui
■ ■U'd, and to realty enioy a most luxurious
Vith', hot in c..1.1, v iili shower, one must try
these. The proprietor has likewise especl
„>H ..... „,. , K-.jk.i; 1.. w ..'uuiiolod baths 1"..r
holies and children, BON TON, 238 and
237 North Main street.
We were bighlv amused at. overbearing
the f dlowlnff colloquy between two little
|rl-, cla . mutes; who had beeu separated a
few days on . ceount of the illness of one f
them, 'amid' lara. Her Irtend Bessie re
marked to ber; "Tamso glad to see you
out again; 1 feared we should never pi a.i
together again." Clara—'l was very sick
Pat-a was uuxlniis to have a doctor, but
mamma said she -would rather try Dr,
Frese'i Hamburg Tea; and aa soon as 1 be
gan to take It I began to (eel better. I am
glad she gave it to me, for I think It, is
much nicer to take than the horrid medi
cine thed.it tor always gives us" Bessie—
"Well, if that is so, I will ask my mamma to
get some and have it in the house. I don't
like doctor's ttuffeither."
w. O. Toggle, LaGrauge, (in., writing
about linrbvs Provbvlaetic Fluid says: "It
la a priceless jewel a a a disinfectant and
deodoriser, My wife states for the benefit
young mothers that it is a valuable adjunct
to the nursery." It ifi iqua ly so to parents
traveling with children Nt only is the
Fluid invaluable us a deodorizer, hut a few
drop- added to the water in bathing will re
move all emotions i om ihe skin, chafing,
etc., and greatly refresh and soothe.
On Wrduckriay Next
The grand sale of Keith's painting takes
place on Wednesday next, at the large rooms
of the Southern California Land Company,
221 North Main Btreet. Baker blook.
Ilottlcd Lager Beer
Of Philadelphia Brewery, unsurpassed in
flavor and purity, delivered to any part of
the city at g1.30 per dosen, if bottles re
turned. Leave orders at No. 40 N. Spring
■itreet, or telephone No. 91, to Philadelphia
Brewery, 238 Aliso street.
Will be Sold To.norrsw.
A car load of flue stylish boggy horses, all
flu- stock, by order of J. O. Johnson, Esq.,
of Monterey, Will be sold to-morrow at 11
o'clock by John 0 Bell, the auctioneer, at
No. 75 South Loa Angeles street, hetwecn
Second and Third. Can now be seen at the
On Wednesday Slr«l
The grand sale ol Keith's paintings takrs
place on Wednesday next, at the large roomß
of tbe Southern California Land Company,
221 North Main street, Baker block.
Damiana Bitters makes the old voting and
the weak strong ami healthy. M. laivy .v
Co., wholesale liquor dealers' ascents.
All respectable dealers keep lumiana Bit
ters. Michel l,evy A Co., wholesale liquor
■iPßlers. nci nt<.
T. 1!. Folger. ol San Francisco, is at
0. A. Vincent left yesterday for
\V. J, Smith, of Anaheim, was in
the city yesterday.
F. D. Buttrick left yesterday after
noon for tho North.
Mrs. I). D. Oussiday left last evening
for a trip to San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ueist, of San
Jose, are visiting the city.
li. Nichols, United States army, is
a guest at the United States Hotel.
Drs. W. ferry ami 0. VV. Sherwood,
of Chicago, are visiting I.os Angeles.
H. N. Butterfleld, of the A. T. & 8.
F. It. E. Co., is visiting the city.
Mr. M. L. Wicks and wife left yes
terday to spend a short time in San
John P. Moran got home from San
Francisco yesterday. He is looking as
if the climate of the Bay city agreed
F. 11. Steele, one of tho brave fire
laddies of Los Angeles smashed two
of his thumbs tlie other day, and is
for the presnt hvrsile combat.
Captain II A. Keith, of Anaheim,
was in Los Angeles yesterday. The
Captain wai getting tip a big rabbit
hunt for Christinas eve. The big
eared pussies'timid hearts will beat
Major F. M. Cox and family and
secretary arrived in this city night be
fore last and registered at the Depot
Hotel. Major Cox belongs to the
United States army, anil lias for the
last three ye rs lieen located in Ari
A full house assembled at the
Grand last night to see the Natural
dan company in their mHangt. of com
icalities. A change has been made to
some extent in the programme. Miss
Ames sang the "Lullaby" from the
opera Erminie in very acceptable
voice and method. Natural Has may
bo pronounced a success as measured
by the patronage meted out to it and
the hilarious up oar it creates.
The Great English Remedy,
lIORI IOR UVKR, BILE, INDKiHSTION. ETC.
1 free from mercury; contain! only Pars
Vegetable Ingredients, inrata—l.ANtsi.KY
, A MJCII AKInS, Sau Frauclsco. dJlwly
On Wednesday Next
Tho grand sole of Keith's paintings takes
place on Wednesday next at the large rooms
of the Southern California Land Company,
221 North Main street, Baker block.
A December Sunday in
FAIR ANAHEIM VIEWS.
Rich Plains. Snow-Capped Mnun
tains aii'i Rternf»l sunshine
A Hkrald representative who tuu
nllv works nil days in tho week, In
cluding Sunday, and all weeks in the
tear, Including midsummer and the
I'hrlstmsS holidays, was in great
luck last Saturday night. At least so
he considered himself when told he
might have a "day out" on Sunday.
Thinking where he should go to
squander his one holiday, Anaheim
came i to hi- head as a plenum' place
1 spend a day. Getting bis Saturday
nigltis work Well up, ad enli ting
the Interest of a o llabora'eur to do
the rent, away he li ed on the late
Ira nof Saturday. He found a solid
Main i f f .iireom'hes full of people all
a jug for the i-outh end nf ihe county.
\ way flew the engine with its load
like a <: met. of long tail Sushi g
through the vineyard-, onnge groves,
pasiures -till green, and brown stub
ble lands ol last ye ir, pa-t towns and
villages, and In hundreds of fane
houses, wineries, creameries and
fruit dryer-, until at last ihe dep. t of
the mother co ony was reached.
Transferring hu .self from the train
to the sir. el . lie ne a spapei ple..s
ure seekor foun,. nliout. wewy-lbe
o'her tourists, ci miercial and other
wi c, all bounj" with him for the
I'lmte.'s hotel/ to interview mine
bosl Mason and bis cook, especial y
This was all right, but by tbe time
we all got done "toying with thee.ir"
of iho waiter-, it was too late 10 see
anything of Anaheim. There being
no while elephant in tho town the
party soon sought ttie downy pillows!
where the aims of Morpheus ar- wo. 11
to come ami entwine the necks of
such as seek surcease of sorrow in
the embrace of'he 'rowsy god. lb
came, embraced and conquered. Next
morning, refreshed ami ready for the
iray, tbe pencil-pu-her awok-, be
lieves be did, and hiving performed
his ablutions, external and internal,
tbe la ter if not in a of malinse ,
y. t outside of som thing pleasant—
iie stepped at last into ti.e open air.
a m inimi s MoiiNiMi.
Rem<°in h er it was in December, and
ii should have been winter weather.
Ah, me, that all li id's creaturesc ail.l
not On i II under just such wiijh rski> s.
Tbe warm id"W oi goileti sunshine
filled the sky and air. and bathed die
land as genial as ibe loveliest day in
.lm c. Ibe Write were «ll making the
spac soi or. us with glad so gs. 'I be
breeze* of the sephyi's gentlest toncn
scl the leaves of the ormig.« groves
jtt-t atremble, and tie golden spheres
like the tabled arm c- of ti.e lie por
ide-, gbsien-d like gold around the
rich waxing sbean of ihe foliage.
Far southward spread the broad,
rich plain embracing vineyards, m
ange gloves, rich pas tires, orchards —
the most leride and var.ed in it*
I resources in the world. Some fifteen
mile- away tho V .eilic lav pulsating
and glea i.inu in the golden sunlight,
[from his broad brea-t come diei-e
gen de winds loaded to repletion wi h
[ life-giving ■ .zone, pure, Invigorating,
health res'oriiiL', youth-git iug, as
Would hay been tbe springs of eter
nal youth, had Ponce de Leon
been ali:e to Hud them.
TUB EVERLASTING IIH.t.S.
All ar und the north side of the
vdlev tin; treat mountains rose to
grand height*, and on I heir world-old
brows they lifted to the skies iheir
snows of countless years. The Mill
lit ap their ridges with such glorious
'brightness as the imagination pic
tuiesoa'he white heights of Para
dise. I he shadows sl. pt in the v«l
--leys as peacefully as Buhyon's pil
gi'iin saw them on the "Delectable
mountains" iv bis progress to Heaven.
Indeed lo come down as near as
one can to the plain facts of cold
pros; ie stateinei t, a more beautiful
prospect never stretched before the
eyes of man ban the landscape which
lav ad around the ricu old "mother
colony" on tne day in question. No
spot even in tbis semi tropic piradlse
can boast of any more fascinating I le
lure than was there presented. The
rains bad slatted the gra-ses. The
orange groves were washed cle n of
dust, tbe roads were hard and clean,
tbe temperature was of lhat abso
lutely pel feet degree which makes
lile seem worth living for. One will
in the-e matters slill have recourse lo
ibe bright fancy of the poet to do
justice to the subject I owed asks:
"And what so perfect as a day in
The answer is last Sunday at Ana
heim was as perfect as any day that
ever rose out of the night in tbe "leafy
nioidh of June."
NOTES OK PROGRESS.
It is so difficult to withdraw the
mind from living over again the de
lights of such perfect weather, that all
olber considerations are lost. But
things ure stirring at Anaheim. The
new railroad is graded through
the town, across the wash, through
Fullerton, west through Orangethorpe
to the Coyote House, and will soon be
un on the mesa shooting straight for
the springs. The Hotel Del Campo
contract is let to the Albrecht Bros.,
an Anaheim linn, and it will be fin
ished in ninety days. Then Anaheim
will have thiee flue hotels. The Sis
ters are waiting anxiously for a deed
for the Dreyfus estate to their
lots in order that they may
pmceed with the building of
their academy. The Town Trustees
are about to' lay water pipes along
( ypress street for a distance of several
thousand feet. The water company
is pushing things on their big reser
ANAHEIM TO THE FRONT.
The attractions of Anaheim and its
vicinity are becoming well known.
The pure climate, excellent soil, per
fect drainage, absence of dust, abund
ance of water and such elements
of the situation are getting to be
well understood. Should people rec
ognize the fact that property is held
here nt less thai, fifty per cent, oi the
prices held in other places, they see
that as water seeks its level, the in
trinsic value of lands at Anaheim
will push prices un to tbe ranges of
tbe other most eclectic spots in Los
Angeles County, and that
there will be a big day
of reckoning with a large balance in
favor of those who buy now.
Well, the new hotels at Anaheim
and Fullerton w ill be finished soon,
and when they are the n-wsgathorer
will beg another day oil', go to Ana
heim and spend il pleasantly again.
... for Commission.
insci m.infoi s.
See his NEW STOCK
— no —
DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND
Vow !,n"u;: ou llotli Afttriiou
S3 South.7laiu Street.
ADLER & HARTM AN,
WHITE LABEL (Sweet or Rich).
BROWN LABEL (Dry)
The Finest Cham-panes in the World.
Tlie Old! Style «r Wax Capsule has
been discarded, the presarcstyle uf packing
being more neat and cleanly.
fIAHI'E HI. t M Hi:. White Label,
White Foil Capsule and White Star Neck
tilt t vn YiN BBCi Brawn Label,
Brawn Foil Capsule anil Brown Star Neck
To smld Imitation, see that each and ev
ery Bottle bears the Private Label ol
MACON DRAY & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Pacific Const
Sau Frauclsco - - Cal.
BEWARE OF MUTATIONS lIAV-
I.MJ TMF. WAX CAPSULE.
U'OKTEr. LAM) AND WATER CO.)
Containing '20 lots, each 50x100 feet.
$2,400 PRICE ONLY $2,400
One third down, balance on easy terms.
Situated three blocks from site ol propesed
new hotel, and on the line of projected
street railroad See the map.
n2Hni Herald oltice.
W. K. BLACKMAN,
EXPERT : ACCOUNTANT
tii >.utttu:aiJ>i;: ••• • i s.u '.->** I
Land, Water, Company nud Corporation
Books opened ami adupted to special re
Offlce-Roowß 16 and 17, 117 New High
Ktrret Amrelpr. ill-5m
Choice Residence Lois
In order to rapidly settle a charming
new town near Pasadena, we will give
the best lots free to all parties agreeing to
fay-Pare water piped to every lot.
Streets graded. Address,
n!5-tl Herald Ollice
PIT* •»» rut.
Novelties for Ihe Holidays
NOW ON SALE
JAPANESE 61LK HANDKERCHIEFS,
DRESBING-OOWNB KOK LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
NECK WEAK, FANCY BOXES Ol'" EVER V DESCRIPTION,
FANS -SPECIAL IMPORTATION.
Ml ARE INVII ED TO I OUR STOCK.
CITY s PARIS
Dry floods Emporium of SorUhern California
Maison : de : Paris
inODIvS dc IMRID.
PIEST-OL ASB MILLINEEY.
Feathers ('leaned, Dyed and Curled.
PEOF. J. DELER,
II I lit DRKMING. HtHIAM lIAIH.
New Style Front Plffp». OrnnmeiK* tor the Hair. Amber and Km i
TortoiNc RUetl. I,adir%' C'liaiiipooiiifr.
No. 23 West First St., I.os Angeles-, Telephone 720,
THE ART STORE!
No. 29 South Spring Street,
Las AN6Bi.na, c vi,.,
FOR ARTISTIC HOLIDAY PRESENTS 1
Including Mirrors. Pie'nre Frames, Artists' Materials, Brie
a-Brae, Fancy Articles, Statuary, and an Exquisite
Line of XMAS CARDS.
FRANKLIN ■ & : KUGEMANN
(ovf.r n»> it an,;
JONES : TRACT
On Pico Street, West of Pearl!
CLHAN SI UK.
TO HE LAID.
LOTSSB:4xI6OAjS t D 50x14-6
00**ltemember Pico street is ordered graded and this is one of tlie few
tracts in the western part of the city, fifteen minutes from the Court Honse.
that is offered straight from the bands of the original owner.
MAKK 0. JONES, VIGNES & McGitBGOK
Room I, Join s llloek, *."> IS. Nju Injr: 13(1 N. Main St.
CHOICE ■ RjSIDENCH - LOTS!
ON PINE AND SAN PEDRO STS..
IS NOW READY AND FOR SALE BY
GOLDSWORTHY & CHRONIS, 53 & 118 TEMPLE BLOCK.
fmW This Ir one of the most beautiful tracts ever put upon the market. Fiucly la*
provedin Vines Or fin if on, Walnm and Deeidnous Fruits. v
wnter piped on every" U-t. Cement sidewalks in front of every lot
§m A certificate ot title lamed with each aale. Two liuts of proposed street Rail
roads* through the tract.
tittle over a mile from Fira* stroet. Fifteen minutes' walk from the site of the
new Government building. Teu minutes' walk from the new $500,000 Hotel on Main,
between Ninth and Tenth streets Free tt> take ye.ll to the tTHCt.
jjjaaj Price of the lota from #800 to $1000 Terms etisy, flOOtn be paid on.'ay of sale:
the balance of one-third in thirty days; one-third in mx montht; one-third iv twelve
months. Interest, H per cent, on deferred payments.
GOLDSWORTHY & CHRONIS,
novlB-1 m X nam* R8 and lIN TetMple lllnrk.
Milwaukee Furniture Company,
Corner Fourth and Main.
Bryant, Arnold & Jones
Have opened their o'ejpwt Mlesroom Bt tho
corner <>f Fourth Mid Main, «ith a f ill line of
Furniture, Carpets. TJpholsterv, Kto.
Our Urge rooms on Main end Pourtii «*^;?ff.°^ n^P^i? , * k s*
with the liirscst aid tincßt. line- of H KMTI RI AM) CABI STS to
found In the city. Both clu*.-n.< «»• ■<*< » ,!'['' ;\'. r ft "'
mil snd examine our Roods. SATtSI 401 10s i.U.U.AM fctD. AS 1011,