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One Thousand Odd Fellows
En Route Here.
THE ARRANGEMENTS MADE.
The A. & P. Westbound Passenger
Train Held Up Yes
The following telegram was received
yesterday afternoon at the Santa Fe
headquarters in this city from General
Passenger and Ticket Agent G. T. Nich
Topkka, Kas., September 11, 1888.
Our Odd Fellows' train left here last
night on time, as per printed itinerary-
It is running in three sections, consisting
of twenty Pullman sleepers, three tour
ist sleepers, two day coaches and two
baggage cars. It will be joined at Las
Vegas by the delegation from Colorado,
which will travel in two additional sec
tions, consisting of seven Pullmans, five
t jurist sleepers, two day coaches and one
baggage car. The total number of per
sons in the excursion is about
1,000. The trains are in charge
of Major Pond, Special Traveling
Agent; Mr. S. W. Manning, New Eng
land Agent; Mr. S. F. Hendry, Passen
ger Agent at Indianapolis; Mr. George
T. Gunnip, Passenger Agent at Cincin
nati ; Mr. Otto Faas, Passenger Agent at
Denver, and Mr. Baker.
The itinerary is as follows: Leave
Kansas City 10:45 a. m., September 10,
arrive at Topeka 1:05 P. m., where an
entertainment is given by the brethren
and citizens; leave Topeka at 1 a. m. on
the 11th, arrive at Wichita at 6:20 a. m.
A stop over is made to allow for an en
tertainment by the citizens of that place,
and a start again made at 3 p. m. ; arrive
at Las Vegaj at 1 p. m., where an excur
sion is to be made to Hot Springs, and a
banquet given by the Santa Fe at the
Phreaix Hotel; leave Las Vegas at 1
a. m. on the 13th, arrive at Santa
Fe at 0:30 a. m. on the 14th,
leave at 3 p. m. on tbe 14th and cross the
Mojave desert during the night; reach
Barstow at Ba.m. on the 15th at San
Bernardino four hours later and Los An
geles at 3 o'clock on the afternoon of the
THB ARRANGEMENTS HERB.
A reception committee of eight citizens
will leave this city at 4 p. m. on Friday
and travel out till they meet the incom
ing trains. They desire to take along
with them fruits and liquids with which
to prepare the visitors for the hospitality
awaiting them and contributions in that
line are requested to be handed in either
at the committee rooms at 233 North
Main street or at the Santa Fe depot not
later than 3 o'clock on that day. One
gentleman left the city on the
overland on Monday night with a hotel
list and a statement of the accommoda
tions to be provided. Commencing on
Saturday, the 17th, the California Cen
tral will sell round trip tickets to all
points at one fare, and also from all
points into Los Angeles and return.
Tickets will be on sale from the 17th to
to the 22d, and will be good returning
until the 24th inst.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC NOTICES.
Similar arrangements have been made
by the Southern Pacific, as stated in
these columns yesterday. That company
also announces that for next week they
have made arrangements for increased
local traffic. Extra coaches will be placed
at the end of all the local terminal points
and everything arranged so that all can
come who will to see the big parade.
There is talk of a special service to be
made to Santa Monica on either Tuesday
or Wednesday. Two extra trains are to
be run in addition to the schedule ser
vice. No particulars have been yet re
ceived of any large party coming by way
of the Southern Pacific , as the Santa Fe
is the official incoming route, and most
of the tourists will come that way.
'Ifwo i nsucceesful Enayi on lite
A. and P.
Fred Manchester, who was Wells-Far
go's Messenger in the train that was held
up on the Atlantic and Pacific on Sunday
night, was in the city yesterday. He
gave the following account of the affair:
"We had left Belmont west-bound, and
about two miles out the train was flagged
down, and as it stopped a number of
masked men got on. They fired a shot
into the cab, and called on Eagineer
Hammond to obey their orders or be
killed. They told him to get out and un
couple the mail and express cars, and
this he did. But he played a
trick on them which they were not sharp
enough to notice. Tho train was a heavy
one and carried three cars ahead of the
passenger coaches, one a combination
mail and baggage, the next though an
express car contained only baggage and
the third had the express box and pack
ages in it. Hammond only uncoupled the
first two cars, and they seeing that one
of them was marked express thought it
was all right and told him to pull out.
When they had got about two miles fur
ther on they called on him to stop, and
they proceeded to search the cars. You
can imagine their disgust when they
saw how they had been fooled and they
then held a short consultation as to
whether or not they should go back to
the train. They decided not to, however,
and made off into the woods, for the
country is heavily timbered thereabouts.
Hammond backed down to the train
where I was all the time inside the treas
ure car, and we pulled out to Williams.
The Sheriff of Flagstaff at once organized
a posse and went in pursuit. It was
found by the trails that the robbers were
eight in number, and were on foot and
not on horseback as has been reported.
After leaving the scene where
Hammond had last seen them
it was found by the tracks that the
wtuld-be thieves had returned to within
one-quarter of a mile of Belmont which
is situated in a clearing. They then
took to the railroad track.but after about
three miles the trail was lost. I heard
from the messenger who came in on the
next train that two Indian trailers have
been engaged to run the men down and
are now at work. The general opinion is
that the men were a lot of greenhorns at
the business and had been got together
about town. They evidently did not
know much about the business or
they would not have left the
third car; the only reason I can
imagine for their so doing was because
they thought that there were men in
eaca car, and they were afraid that they
would get more on their hands than
they could handle."
AT IT AGAIN,
It seems probable that the gang, dis
gusted at their first failure, have made
another attempt, and this has resulted in
a like manner, for the following telegram
was received in the city last night:
"Prescott, Aria.—The west-bound ex
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY" HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12,1888.
p ess train was stopped by three men at
Farker's Mill last night. They did not
get anything. A reward of $15,000 has
been offered for their capture, and Wells,
Fargo & Co. will increase the amount."
The cars recently built for the Santa Fe
at the Indiadapolis works are fitted up
with what is known as safely chains.
This will prevent the breaking in two of
freight trains, which often occurs on the
best-managed roads. It is a particularly
good scheme for the western country on
account of the many curves and sharp
Incorporation of the County Hoad
The Los Angeles Ostrich Farm Rail
road Company, the Los Angeles County
Railroad and the Los Angeles and Pacific
Railroad have filed articles of incorpora
tion under the name of the Los Angeles
and Pacific Railroad Company. The fol
lowing directors are named: Cornelius
Cole, Everett E. Hall, Richard C. Shaw,
E. O. Burlingame, Samuel W. Luitweiler,
James M. Hall and W. T. Spilman. The
capital stock of the consolidated compa
ny amounts to $2,160,000.
Mr. Spilman was seen by a Herald
man yesterday and asked if the company
intended to continue the line
to Hueneme, a rumor to that
effect being about the streets.
He said that there was no such intention
on the part of the directors at present, al
though the road was incorporated to be
built to the place named. Mr. Spilman
added that nothing probably would be
done until the residents along the route
to be followed showed some interest in
the matter by offering subsidies and
such encourangements to tbe company.
Messrs. True, Quigley and Burr went
to Pasadena yesterday in the interest of
their respective lines.
Len Harris went to Oakland yesterday
and Mr. Will Smith is now in charge of
the special service here.
Two flue ash quadruplex tables were re
ceived at the S. P. depot from Oakland
yesterday. They are for use by the tele
graph operators at the Wolfskill depot
and were at once taken to that place.
Tho Burlington excursion which leaves
the city for tho East on Thursday will
have to have a special train as usual.
Great care is taken to keep these parties
select, and the first adverse criticism is
yet to be heard from those who have
traveled by them.
Tbe Arrival of a Large Excursion
From Over llie Hocklcs.
The following is a list of A. Phillips &
Co's excursion party, which arrived in
this city yesterday over the Santa Fe
route from the Fast:
For Los Angeles—M. J. Bolton, M. D.
Bolton, Mrs. M. A..Perkins, Lynn,Mass.;
Miss L. M. Hutching, Chemsford, Mass.;
E. H. Tunison and wife, Harrold Tuni
son, Lillian Tunison, Bessie Tunison,
Chicago; Mrs. E. Macken, Alonzo Mack
en, Mrs. Woodbine, Walter Woodbine,
Boston; Mrs.W. M. Davis, Emma Davis,
Mrs. M. Wroot, A. S. Hill, Mrs. R. Hill,
Chicago; J.W.Butler, Maiden, Mass.;
J. Turae and wife, Lillian Turse, James
Turse, Milford, Mass.; H. A. Stone
and wife, Olive Stone, Homer Stono,
Everett Stone, Hudson, Mass.; A.
E. Mellick and wife, Carrie Mellick,
Chicago, Ills.; Mrs. M. M. Meyers, Ber
nard Meyers. Lena Meyers, Edward Mey
ers, Hillsborough, Ohio; G. Lemon, Tor
onto, Out.; E. Long, Hillsborough, Ohio;
T. 0. Naramore, Mrs. M. Hasfort, Bur
lington, Vt.; I. Garbutt, Toronto, Ont.;
Mrs. M. H. Potter, Berlin; Miss T. Mc-
Caster, Toronto, Ont.; Mrs. Helm, Bell
Helm, Anna Helm, Wellsborough. Pa.;
Mrs. A. Harrington, G. W. Harrington,
Glascow Tunction, Ky.; Dr. H. Arnott
and wife, Henry Arnott, David Arnott,
London, Ont.; Mrs. Macollough, London,
Ont., H. W. Saunderson, Chemsford,
Mass.; M. Cass, Wichita, Kan.; M. S.
Ray, Galesbourg, Ills.; J. H. Trout,
Lancaster, Pa.; Mrs. A. Bryant, Terre
Haute, Ind.: Miss Kestcr, Frankfort,
Ky,; Mrs. Allison, Lowell, Mass.; Miss
Gayford, Albany, N. V.; J. M. Pryse, La
For Pasadena—Z. L. Underwood and
wife, Cora Underwood, Nettie Under
wood, Rushville, Ills.; F. S. Prescott,
Boston, Mass.; Mrs. M. M. Merrill, In
For Alhambra —G. S. Flemtning and
wife, Clara Flemtning, Tipton, lowa.
For the Redlands —T. P. Mercer and
wife, Miss S. C. Harvey, Newport, N. H.;
Miss F. W. Wentworth, Boston.
For Sierra Madre —Mrs. J. W. Fletcher,
H. C. Fletcher, Miss A. C. Clark, Lowell,
For San Diego—Mrs. B. Dudley and
child, Boston, Mass.; M. Wilson and
wife, Maggie Wilson, Carrie Wilson,
Miller Wilson, J. C. Ellison, Maggie El
lison, Fannie Ellison, Toronto, Ont.;
Mrs. Kinney, Maggie Kinney, Lillian
Kinney, Ida and Jennie Kinney, Cleve
land, Ohio; MissWillikins,Boston; Mrs.
A. M. Thornburg, MissNellieThornburg,
Marion, Ind.; Walter C. Moody and
wife, Ross, England; Mrs. R. S. Merry,
M. V. Hermance, Sherman Lacy, New
York; A. Kelly and wife, Boston ; Miss
Berdie Chittenden, Chicago.
For San Bernardino —Mrs. C. Bentley,
Mrs. Edwards, May Edwards, Lillian
Edwards, Alonzo Edwards, Edith Ed
wards, Ina Edwards, Toronto, Ont.;
H. Williams, North Vassatboro, Maine;
George Hison, Lillian Hison,Jamestown,
For Pomona—Miss Robinson, Bethel,
Maine; O. Lamb, Harrry, Jennie and
Bessie Lamb, Stougbton, Conn.
For Orange—Mr. Thourgman, Miss
Bryan, Denver, Col.
For Oakland —Mary E. Hinman, Bos
ton, Mass.; Mr. E". Hughes, Benny
Hughes, Portland, Me.; Mr. J. B. Shinn,
Keokuk, la.; Mr. O. A. Maltby, Dayton
Maltby, St. Paul, Mm.
For Sacramento—F. W. Fletcher, So
For Riverside—Miss Wilson, London,
Ont.; Mr. Tollarkson, Guvda Tollarkson,
Theodore Tollarkson, Burgess Tollark
son, Chicago, 111.
For San Francisco—F. Garrard, J. B.
Garrard and wife. Mrs. M. C. Fowler,
Mrs. K. G. Fowler, Scranton, Pa.; Mrs.
M. A. S. Bryant, R. Bryant, N. Peterson
and wife, Boston; Mrs. Sherwood, Mil
ler Sherwood, Fred Sherwood, Lina
Sherwood, Mrs. Miller, Fred Miller,
Fannie Miller, Alice Miller, Gertie Mil
ler, May Miller, Fredricton, New Bruns
wick; Mrs. Parker, Thomas Parker,
Liverpool, Eng.; L. E. Wheeler, Cincin
nati, O.; Mrs. U. G. Smith, Bennie Mc-
Kay, Providence. R. I.; G. D. Tullar,
Albany, N. V.; Miss S. R. Moody, Gar
dener, Me.; Fannie Sharry,Woonsocket,
R. I.; Elibieh Proctor, Providence, R. I.;
A. W. Bailey, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. A.
Benner, Eaßt Pittston, Me.; Mrs. W. H.
Heath, Whitefleld, Me.; C. H. Whea
wilt and wife, Miss E. Whoa will, Boston,
Mass.; Miss F. M. Curtis, Mrs. F. E.
Curtis, W. M. Bywglois and wife, Bessie
Bywglois, Mrs. M. M. Bywglois, Chicago,
111.; Miss Rahan, Providence, R. I.;
Miss Lewis, New Icork.
Benton's Hair Grower.
All who are BALD, all who are becoming
BALD, all who do not want to be BALD, all
who ate troubled with DANDKUFF or ITCH
ING of the scalp, should use Benton's Hair
Grower. Eiriity Per Cent of those using it
have grown hair. It never fails to stop the hair
from falling. Through sickness and fevers the
hair sometimes falls off iv a short time, and
though the person may have remained bald for
years, if you use Benton's Hair Grower accord
ing to directions you aro sure of a growth of
hair. In hundreds cf coses we have procured
a good growth of hair on those who have been
aid aud glazed for years. We have fully sub
anttateeVthe following facts:
We grow hair in every case, no matter how
Unlike other preparations, It contains no su
gar of lead, or vegetable or mineral poi
It is a specific for falling hair, dandruff and
itching of the scalp.
The Hair Grower is a hair food, and its com
position is almost oxactly like the oil
which supplies the hair with its vitality.
If your druggists have not got It, we will send
It prepaidou receipt of price, $1.00.
For sale by C. H. Hance.
Palpitation of the Heart.
Persons who suffer from occasional palpita
tion of the heart are often unaware that ihey
arc the victims of heart disease, and are liable
to die without warning. They should banish
this alarming symptom and cure tho disease by
using Dk. Flint's Remedy. Mack Drug Co.,
The Vienna Buffet is the leading place In the
city for refreshments.
Vignes & McGregor. 134 North Msln streets
The beautiful foothill suburb of Los Angeles
at Cahuenga Pass is higher than the highest
point in the city. This most lovely spot 1b sit
uated six miles west of Los Angeles in the frost
less belt. It possesses the finest soil In the
world—nothing equal to it elsewhere. It will
grow successfully the most delicate flower or
tender plant in midwinter, without irrigation;
In fact, we never irrigate this foothill land. It
does not requLe it. It is a very healthy loca
tion. No malaria, but li' tie fog, pure, unmol
ested ooean breeze every day In the year. Pure,
soft water. Thereforo no more healthy location
can be found anywhere. Fine view of ocean
vessels, city, valley and mountain. We defy
competition in all of t*ie advantages that go to
make A DESIRABLE SPOT FOR A HOME! It
cannot be beat. Ycb, it cannot be equaled. I
know this is saving a great deal. I am willing
to stake my reputation on what I Bay. lam re
siding at Hollywood, and Intend to make it our
permanent home. A number of flue buildings
are now bMng built at this point. Water is be
ing piped. Cement sidewalks are being put
down. The Cahuenga Valley Railroad Is fin
ished to this pace, aud six trains each way are
now running on this road. Beo time table.
This railroad is iunuing in connection with the
Second-street Cablo. Half-fure tickets will be
sold to persons residing at Hollywood, thus af
fording splendid connection with the city. The
Los Angeles County Railroad will soon be com
pleted aud running to this place.
Is now for the first time offered for sal<>, at low
prices and easy terms, in quantities to suit pur
chasers. Special inducements will be offered
to persons making valuable Improvements, un
til a certain number of fine houses are secured.
After that is done, then land and lots at this
point will be held firm for what they are really
worth. There is from 0 to 7 acres in a block,
and nearly a half acre in a lot. Ask any old
citizen of Los Angeles about this location, and
then call on me at Hollywood, or WILCOX &
SHAW. 34 North Spring street, or on any good
reliable real estate firm in Los Angeles, all of
whom are hereby authorized to act as my agents.
k7 lm It. H, WILCOX.
C. A. SUMNER & CO.
$ —Lot 50x179, Thompson St., Ellis tract.
Make an < ffer.
$I,ooo—Lot 50x150. Hlnton aye., Victor H'ths.
$1,175—L0t 50x200, Ellendale place, near
Adams. Mnst be sold. Cost $1,600
one year ago.
S2.Goo—Lot 50x135, Ninth and Earl.
$s,ooo—Lot Coxltis—Flower St., near Eighth.
$3,ooo—Brick house, 5 rooms, furnished, San
Pedro st. Fruit trees. Half cash.
$4,2so—House, 8 rooms, Court and William.
One-third In cash and part in lots.
$13—Cottage, 4 rooms, Morris St.
$14—Cottage, 4 rooms, Bonito tract.
$15—Cottage, 4 rooms, Metealf St., near Temple.
$15—Cottage, 5 rooms, Forrester aye.
$20—Cottage, 4 rooms, Earl St., near Eighth.
$22—Cottage, 5 rooms, Shaw avo., near Main.
$25—Cottage, 5 rooms, Girnrd St., nr.Broadway.
$25—Cottage, (i rooms, Catherine near Main.
827.50—House, (> rooms, Myrtle, near Pico.
$30—House, 8 rooms, York and Martin.
$30—Hous", 6 rooms, Ohio, near State.
$35—House, 7 rooms, Temple st. line.
$35—House, 8 rooms, San Pedro, near Twolfth.
$37—House, 7 rooms, Martin, near Washington.
$40—Flat, 8 rooms, Main and Brooklyn.
$40—Flat, 7 rooms, Gia d and Eighth.
$45—House, 8 rooms, Pearl, netr State; large
$50—House, 11 rooms, Bellevue place.
$80—House, 12 rooms, Hope, near Pico; all
S2so—Store, on Main St., near Court House.
$200—Store, on Man St., near Postoflice.
$175—Store, on Main St., near Second.
$150—Store, on Main st, near to Plaza.
$75—Store, on Main St., near Fourth.
Hotel*, Lodging Houses, Stores and Vacant
Lots in different parts of the city,
House of 12 rooms; barn; on Angcleno Heights
House and lot, Boyle Heights.
House and lot, New Depot st.
20 acres at Duarte for inside lots; no incum
8 acres on Central are.; highly improved.
Livery stable for country property.
Flno business for sale on a principal thorough
fare; stock invoices $10,000; good terms
Pamphlet on Los Angeles on application.
54 NORTIfMAIN ST.
Fourth and Main Sts,
A report is being circulated that the above
hotel has been closed, WHICH IS NOT THE
FACT. It never has been closed slnco March 1,
1888, the date It opened. It is a leading first
class hotel, supplied with all modern Improve
ments, including elevator, electric bells with
return calls in all rooms, fire escapes, bath, etc.;
has the largest and finest office aud sitting-room
in tho city; is centrally located, within a few
blocks of Santa Fe and B. P. R. R. Co.'s (new)
depot, four blocks from new pojtofflce, and in
close proximity to churches and places of
RATES'. $3 per day and upward, according
to room. Reduced rates by the month.
XT. H. HARMON A CO., I'ropr's.
I - ' fIJIIJ LL- M ■ *4 \
SAN BERNARDINO, CAL.
A New Hotel Opened January, 1888.
Commercial and Tourist Hotel open all the
Elegance, Convenience and Comfort.
MINCKLI.AiEOt.N. niX EIJ, INCOI S.
WATER! WATER? WATER!
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Crockery, Glassware, Silver-Plated
Ware, Cutlery, Lamps, Etc.
Beina; treated to a shower bath dnrins: the re
cent fire will be sold at a sp?eat sacrifice.
COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. ioth.
POHLHAUS & VOLLMER,
ISTo. 6 JSTORTH SPBHSTQ STBEET.
wu. lAerj* LA.mun. K.u.LAcr
.~~*m. - Oennml
P. 0. BOX Bnsluess office
Sheet Iron Well and Water Pipe,
And all classes of Sheet Iron Work.
WATEE GATES and FIEE HYDRANTS,
Foot of Leeouvreur Street, East Los Angeles.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
122 SOUTH SPRING ST.
Notice to Architects and Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Edu
cation for the City of Lob Angeles will receive
plans and specifications for a four-room build
ing, cost not toexceed,sG.soo—four snch build
ings to be erected—sa*dplans and specifications
to bo exhibited at the Council Chamber before
the Board, Saturday evening, September 15th,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Notice is also given that sealed proposals will
be received at same time and place for tho crec
ion of a two-room Schoolhouso, plans and speci
fications for which may be now seen at the
Secretary's office, 302 North Main street, and
hI-.o at Costorisan & Forsyth, architects, office
23 South Spring street.
By order of the Board,
87 7t THOMAS KELLEY, Secretary.
Money to Loan
In sums from SSOO to » 10,000 on first-class
Inside, improved property, or to Improve first*
HOUSES AND STORES
In good location, wanted to rent, as we have a
large demand for same.
Bargains in Real Estate.
* LOS ANQELEB, CAL.
OF 448 ACRES
Or 240 acres in one place and 208 In the other,
sold together or apart, having
11,000 OLIVE TREE'S
planted, commence to bear next year, with
PLENTY OF RUNNING WATER
fully equipped with buildings, agricultural
tools and horses, plenty of hay and grain thrown
in, and all at a very low price.
For particulars apply to
Xt. A. HAYNE, JR.,
au2stf Santa Barbara.
Atlantic Steamship Agency.
Cuaard, White Star, National, Wilson Steamship Lines.
Tickets sold to and from any town or city in England, Ireland, Scotland
and the Continent of Europe, at the very lowest rates. Those sending for
their friends will do well to call and save time and money by getting reli
able information. Staterooms and berths secured. Passengers buying
tickets of us have choice of railroad between Los Angeles and New York.
W. E, MASON & CO., 16 S. MAIN ST.
For sale at all first-class coal yards. Ask for no other.
General Office—6o9 East First Street- aug29 6m
Bartlett's Jewelry House
18 WEST FIRST STREET.
Cheapest Place in tbe City to Boy Watches!
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BLACKM AN & FORBES, |
Fellows of the American Associa
tion of Public Accountants.
I , iJ?fi*f Tit-B
— a 'JJIIL ••■ 4* --I
Land, Water, Company and Corporation
Books opened and adapted to special require
Office—Rooms 16 and 17, 117 New High
Street, Los Angeles. sepl -3m
R. G. CARLTON,
Heal Estate and Loan Agent,
28 North Spring street (room 2),
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
Will bay and sell real estate, negotiate loans,
make col ections, and attend to filing correct
assessments of real estate, payment of taxes for
non-residents, and redemption of property un
der tax sales.
List of lands—first class imp oved and unim
proved city lets solicited for sale.
Reference—First National Bank. a*l9tl
To Builders and Contractors.
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE IN
glewood School District will receive sealel
proposals for the construction of
A PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE
In the town of Inglewood, according to the
plans and specifications now on file in the office
of the architect, W. J. Hall, Room 3, No. 10
Court street, Los Angeles.
All bids must he endorsed "Proposals for
constructing a public school house at Ingle
All bids will be opened at 1 o'clock p. k. on
The Board reserves the right to reject any and
By order of the Board of Trustees of the In
glewood School District.
MINNIE C. SHAW,
s8 td Clerk of the Board.
LAZARUS & MELZER,
111 N. spring street, next to City of Fade.
Complete Assortment of
AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIES.
The leading PAPER HOUSE In Somttsja