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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXII.—NO. 57
/3 BAND OPRBA HOUSIt.
IT HC Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
r! 8. Douglas. Associate Manager.
COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 10.
The Favorite Comedian,
818. NAT C. GOODWIN
In his Double Comedy Bill,
LEND ME FIVE SHILLINGS!
TURNED HP 1 )e5
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee aud Manager.
R. S. Douglas, Associate Manager.
WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY, JUNE 9,
Fashionable Matinee Saturday.
First appearance here ol
PRETTY MATTIB VICKEItS,
Assisted by a company of intelligent ladles and
gentlemen, interpreting tho extremely
Jacqnlue, or Paste and Diamonds!
NEW SONGS 1
PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES-200, 300, 500.
N. Main, near First St.
Doyle & Isaacs, Proprietors and Managers.
Grand Matinees, Saturday and Sunday
at 2 o'clock r. St.
BALANCE OF WEEK, ENDING WITH SATUR
DAY MATINEE, JUNE BTH.
AN ARTISTIC TRIUMPH!
Bartley Campbell's masterpiece,
:THE GALLEY SLAVE! :
NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE BTH,
Tho Sensational English Melodrama—
STATE'S EVIDENCE !
Popular Prices .15c, 25c, 35c.
FAMILY MATINEES, I*o. AND 25c.
NO EXTRA TO RESERVE SEATS!
Tickets on sale daily frem 10 a. m.
Doors open at 7:30 p. m ; performance at 8.
Corner Fifth and Olive sts.
—FOR' THE— ;
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE BTH.
Members of the Musical Union,
Recitation—lhu Chariot Race, from "Ben Hur"
Miss Maud Hoffman.
Vocal Seleotions . Ellis
Fiity Members of the Club.
"The Raft" ■ Tlnsuttl
Miss Kate Xlemming.
"Sextette" . Lucia dl Lammermoor
Signorlna Marcbetti, Bignor Modini, Prof.
Arevalo, Messrs. Hawthorne, Fanning aud
Ellis Club-Vocal, selected.
La Cavatina de Linda—Siguorina Mnrchetti.
Gymnastic Driil-Dumb bells, wands, clubs,
etc. One hnndnd young lady students ol the
Loa Angeles College. ....
Vienl al Mar—iModtni), Signor I. Modini.
Orchestia—selections 11 Trovatora. le6
LOB ANGELES COLLEGE
| UNDERGRADUATES' EVENISU i
FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1889.
Aesthetic Movements by the Delsarte Class.
A Scene from "Leah."
Gymnastic Drill. Dumb-bells. Wands. Clubs.
Anvil Chorus with Dumb-bells.
Admission, 25c. Reserved Seats, 50c.
Tickets for sale at Merrill A Cook's, No. 8 N.
Spring St. e44t
A Swikmino Bath,
FORT STREET, BET. SECOND AND THIRD,
Adjoining New City Hall.
Basin 30x84 feet; water heated by steam.
Onen day aud evening; Sundays close at 6 P. M.
Admission, 25c. and 350. Plaiu, hot baths, In
fine proeelalu tubs, at all hours, for ladies or
gentlemen, 25c Every Tuesday, from 7to 10
p m ladies'aud gentlemen's night; no gentle
men'admitted wltuout a lady. BpecUtors, lree.
T7TENN A BUFFET, cor. Main and Bequeua sts.
FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND
sj O H C E R T
KVERY EVENING FREE!
B» the Vienna Ladies' Orchestra, under Miss
' Julia de Beltrau.
FIR3T CLABB AUSTRIAN KITCHEN, je 2U
No. 17 First St., bet. Main and Spring sts,
• Every Evening Free! :
TYROLEAN Q.UABTBTTK. my 4 lm
ANTS PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertisements under the following hoads
inserted at the rate ol 6 oents per Une for each
N ullr annual meeting of the stockholders of
tho Alhambra Addition Water Company will be
held at the oflice of the company, at the San
Gabriel Winery, San Gabriel, Cal., on Tuesday,
/une 11.1889, at 10 a'cloek-A. v. < '
Secretary Alhambra Addition Water Co.
Ot7)CK HOLDKBS' MEETING NOTICE IS
S hereby given that a meeting of the stock-
KiaSSoi tie Main Street & Agricultural Park
county of Los Augeles, oia.wji «» 1889 for
Monday, the Ist day of July, A. B. ™*!>
12 o'clock v., and closed at i o dock r, *r t *'
O. TAYLOR, Secretary. J e »
Hi chasing elsewhere. DlatnondJ, watoMl
tld jewelFy. M. M. LOWENTHAL, No-17 N.
Bpring st. msidjm__
P~~ TRSONAL-FOR ADOPTION, A. FINE BOY
baby of good parentage; 2?)
care for it. Call on MRS. WAT3ON, 203 Hart
lett st , Los Angeles. l e '
RB. DR. FRENCH, THl£ RENOWNED FO R
tuue teller. This womau tells wonderful
things, brings partlss together; also doctor,
ladioN. Room 12, Fobter House, 28 S. Main X,
bet. First aud Second sts. )*»»
mHE LOB ANGELES DETECTIVE BUREAU
T room 38, Wllsou Block. Reliable, prompt
aud efuolent service at all times. my 12-tl
TTOLCOMB <a TAYLOR, ATTORNE YB-AT
H Law Specialties—Divorce, probate ant
criminal law, advice free. Ottioe, No. 28 8
Spring it. mji9M
Jewelry. M. M. LOWENTHAL, No. 17 N.
Spring tt. my 23 2m
REMOVAL— MRS. w7 H. POTTS, DKKBS
mater, tins removed from 228 8. Spring to
12s Fourth sr,., cor. of Fort. je4 lm*
CA J H PAID FOR DiTmONDsTTeWELRY,
old gold, silver, etc , by Q. SMITH, manu
facturing Jeweler, rooms IS and 19, 23 8.
Spring st. my 24 1m
IP LOWER FESTIVAL SOCIETY—V OUNO
! Woman's Boarding Home, and sole office of
Industrial Exchange. 25 K. Fourth St., city.
lly, to t ,ko care of horses; can milk, and
be useful other ways. Address "0. D ," Her
ald office. ' Je6 3t*
saleslady; best references. Address l> ,
It skald oflice. JeS 3*
WA NTBD—SITUATION a¥ FOrTyVOMAN
in dreßS and elosk establishment. Ad
dress W j Herald oflice. JeS 3'
"TTTANTED—LIVE, WIDE AWAKE AGENTS,
W male and female, for every town, village
and city in Southern California. First-class,
quick telling works. Big commissions. Apply
for terms, etc.. aud engage territory at once.
PACIFIC PRESS PUBLISHING CO., 121 South
Spring st, inyl4 lm*
DON'T MISS THIB"6Fa»<JRTi7m
flee in diamonds, watches aud jewelry. M.
M. LOWENTHAL, No 17 N.Spring st.
my < 2m
WAirrip— l.poo laying henb. apply
to E. E. SHATTUOK, GarvßUZo, Cal.
EMPLOYMENT OH in .
1 em ploy mi nt office, No 49 Ducommun st.
F~ olTrent—second iloo
finished rooms: bay window, bath, closet,
etc; pun or m in rear with 2 rooms. Inquire
49 Turner St. Je7 #*
FOR RENT—4 GOOD ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeping, partly furnished ; nice porch; $20
per month. 23 Buena Vista St., near Temple.
OiT RJENT-FOSTER BLOCK" HAS BEEN
ro-npencd ou flrst-clnss priiclples; rooms
all refurnished. MRS. GOLDSTEIN, proprie
tress 28 S. Main. jus lm
IUU MEN i -HOC Uilli
A! HApply at 55 Temple st. Je7 4*
EMIR RANT OB TO LEASE—A CONY E Nit NT
new cottage. No. 123 8. Hansen St., Enst Lis
Angeles; 5 rooms, hall, grate, etc.; terms, $15
and water: key next door. 167 3*
LOUT AND ►•.-< AID.
drives in diamonds, watches and jewelry.
U. M. LOWENTHAL, No 17 N. Spring st.
my 23 2m
mouds, watches auJ jewelry. M. M. LOW
ENTHAL, 17 N. Bpring ft. _ my 23 2m
FOR SALE —A GOOD BUGGY HORSE. AP
ply at, 349 8. Spring st. je2 7t
F"~0R SALE-PALACEI ORGAN IN GOOD FIX,
<>r would tiade for cow or buggy, E. K.
i,RirE-<, cor Court and Centennial sts. Je7 2*
liioß sale - — a goo6~family hor=e■
' good traveller; aIBO phaeton and harness
Can be seen mornings at Empire Stables, opp.
tlie Hollcnheck. , jfl-7f
SOU Sll.li ( lit • »-.,).. I I, .
for diamonds, watches and jewelry M. M.
LOWENTHAL, No. 17 N. e-priag st, my 23 2m
Oil SALE — $1,000, CLEAN LOTS ON
Queen, near Flower; $1,100, on King, near
Jraud avo. 119 N. Bunker Hill. Jes7*
FOX SALE-$75 CASH AND $250 IN 3
years, buys a fine lot near Vermont and Fan
Palm aye.: on'y this one lot for sale ou these
;erms. H. E SIDDALL, 39 8. Fort H. JeS 3*
LOit MA lit—Country Property.
-' acre r inch, on most favotable terms hu-I
sreatly below value if soid soon; best orange
laud; water from San Gabriel River; 20 miles
from Los Angeles: all in cultivation; 2 acres
fruit, 20 vines, all bearing and choice varieties;
house, barn, cistern; fenced. For first pay
ment prefer cash, but to secure speedy Bile will
ake small house in Los Angeles. JOHN C.
BYKAM, 19 W. First, st. Jes 7t
TO EAC HA HUE.
fpeclalty by KURTZ A LIST, 18 8. Spring
it. Je3 lm
CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN PROPERTY
to exchange. T. B. MCDONALD, rooms 8
and 9 new Wilson building, corner Spring and
first sts. my22tf
110 EXCHANGE—HOUSES, LOTS, BUSINESS
property, ranches, Eastern property, mer
chandise, notes, stocks, diamonds, etc. Big
list Offers for everyone. J. C. WILLMON,
12814 W. First st. Jol-lm*
aud Jewelry at M. M. LOWENTHAL'S, No.
17 N. Spring st. my 23 2m
ONEY TO LOAN-LOW INTEREST. J. B.
LANKERBHIM. 326 8. Main. JeS lm
TF YOU WANT TO LOAN~MONEY, CALL
1 on NEUBTADT A PIRTLE, 27 W. Second st
ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L.
SCHMIDT, No. 16 8. Spring St. Je4tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SOIT.
AN PERSON A GRAY. 28 N. Spring, je 2tf
ONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP
erty. POMRROY A GATES, 16 Court st.
O LOAN-ANY AMOUNT FOR THIRTY TO
ninety days. E. L. BUCK, room 31, Wilson
ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMER A HARRIS, attorneys-aUaw, 78
Temple block. my22tf
ONEY TO LOAN—IN SUMB TO SUIT, ON
gilt edeed security. W. 3. WATERS,
room 2,117 New High st. my lOtl
<HM i\<\(\ TO LOAN-A. J. VIELW. 23
f)IOU,UUIJ N Spring St. my 30tf
<D»1 AAA AAATO LOAN ON REAL E8-
MjOOOjOOO tate. SECURITY SAVINGS
BANK, 40 8. Main st. m y!7 tt
OTTO BBODTBECK, ROOMB 20 AND 21,
Schumacher block. No. 7 N. Spring jt
Money to lian on improved city proptriy.my2ltf
ONEY TO LOAN -ON FIRST - CLASS
mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER,
Room 9, Baker Blook, Los Angeles. my9tl
ONEY LOANED ON REAL EBTATE, PER
sonal property and collateral security $10
up; pianos without removal; also on morchau
due, furniture, etc. in warehouse. WILSON &
DE GROOT, room 32S 8. Spring my 29 lm
/IRAWFORD A McOREERY, ROOM 10, OVER
VLos Angeles National Bank. Loan ISO to
150,000. Short term loans a speolalty. Buy
notes, mortgages and contracts my2ott
•ion TO LOAN AT REABONA
sTiIUU ble rates. LOS ANGELES REAL ES
TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C.
FLOURNOY, Booretary, 1 N. Fort st myO lm
81.000.000 LIAMS, attorney-at-law,
Siifo Deposit building, cor. Temple snd New
High sts., Los Angeles, agent for San Francißro
and Eastern capitalists- jeMf~
BTJSI n aMOHA NCKB
U~V r^EIi~WH^N~THITY; RE LOW. DlA
monis, watches and Jewelry. M. M. LOW
KNTUAL, No. 17 N. Bpring St. my 23 2m
USINE;B CHANOB-81,600 WILL BUY
the furniture of 25 rooms nn Spring St.,
near Secoud; owner will rent premises for $140
por mouth; all but 7 rooms already rented, of
fices, etc for nearly twice amount of rent
asked: call and investigate for yourself. Apply
WILSON & DB GROOT, room 15, 32K °
FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, 1889.
\j bar gains offered in diamonds, watches and
eweiry. M. M. LOWENTHAL, 17 N. Bpring et
my 23 2m
ARVARD MILITARY - ACADEMY, COR
nor Sixth and Hill sts., opposite po»toOico
mHB~LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF
1 Music, No. 406 8. Maiu st. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE. President.
LOS ANGELES BUSINLBB COLLEGE' AND
English Training School, 38, 40 aud 42 S
Main st., near Second. Experienced teachers;
complete course* of study. Day and ovenin;
sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prln. my3o'
ST. HILDA'S HALL OF GLENDALE — A
Boarding and Day School for Girls Full
corps of teachers. For circulars apply to Rev.
J. D. EASTER, Ph. D., Rector, Glendale, Cal
BHOBTHAND AND TYPEWBITLN9
159 South Spring Btreet, Los Angeles, C»l
SESSIONS DAT AND KVBMINO. I
For particulars, call at office or address.
s2O-ly F. 0. WOODBUBY, Principal.
residence, 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1,056. V
In A. DE CAILHOL, M. D.-AT HIB BAIJS
!i, barium, Pearl, south of Temple. Tolepbone
57 DABIJNG OCULIST AND AURU'i
Office 25 North Main St, Office Honrs, 9a.
St. to 4 r. St. ieltf-d&w
B. KAImnTviSITINGPHYSICIAN SKl
ters' Hospital; 7V4 N. Main St., rooms 1,2
and 3. Telephone 116. my27tf
DR. C. E. CLACIUS HAS REMOVED Htfl
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 B. Spring st.
Hours from 11 a. m. to 2p. at. Specialty—Sex
ual and akin diseases, chronic disoases In gen
R. L. GOLDBCHMIEDT —GENERAL PRAC
tice. 23 8. Spring; telephone, 1019. Resi
dence, "Emerson," 415 S. Olive; telephone,
S. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN.
r. Seoond and Los Augeles sts. Electrical
treatment, baths and massage. my3o lm
R. L. HIRSIThKOWITzT GERMAN I'HY~
slclan. New United States Hotel, rooms 10
and 11. Office hours, 10 a. h. to 12 m., 3to 5,
7toBp. m. Telephone 726 1 e3tf*
MRS. DR. J. M.~BMITH (FORMERLY MRS,
C. E. BOURCEY) Inirniary and Lying-in
Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladles cared for
during confinement. Midwifery a specialty.
jT^vnkill, m. d.Truss house, cob.
. First and Los Angeles streets, Los Anpeles,
Col. Telephone 778. Office hours; 10 to 12
A. M.; Ito3 p. M.; 7toBp. M. my23-tf
DB. WEBT BOGsTls, fobmhb resident
Surgeon to (he Now York Hoapltal. Bur-
Scry (including gonito-urinary diseases) acC
toSASM of the nose, throat and chest. 7j N
Spring st. Honrs, 9to 12,2 to 0. my 24tt
M HILTON WILLIAMbTm. »., M. O. P. 8.
.O. Specialist in diseases of the head,
thront and chest. Including the eye, err aud
heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen,
rsouoxide, and other naociicatod inhalations,
used in all diseases of tho respiratory organs
Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Second and
Spring Brreats, Los Augeles, Cal. Offloe boura,
from 9A X to 4 p. h.
Makes from 12 to 24 hours
SANTA FE quicker time to Missouri riv-;;
ROUTE : and all Eastern points.
Rung tourist sleeper excur
FE Bions on its overland express
. BOCTE EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR.
Sells tickets for their excur
santa jrir ; slons. every day In the year, p.t
RotTTie the same rates aud with same
accommodations as advertise J
by others for tpecral dates
Tourist sleeper excursions ore
maivta Kir undor tbe personal cnar,e of a
. vrifrrm conductor aud porter of tbe
. kuuik . Pa i lmaa puißce sleeping Car
For farther fnformation app'y to any ticket
aeeut of the company, or to S P. HYNEti, Gen.
Paas. Agent, 29 N. Spring St., Los Angeles.
HILIIPB' EXCURSIONS ARE PERSON
aIIy conducted throngb to New York and
Boston without change of cars. Office, 44 N.
n june" 18T the~wabaBH rcutelEx.
cursion Agency will be located at 34 N.
Spring at. Teachera excur: ion East Juno lOtb;
also special excursion to Perla aud Europe.
J. A. GRANGER. Traveling Agent. mj 26 lm
ALTERS' SELECT" EXCURSIONS, PER-
Bottally conducted in elegantly furnished
Pullman cars to Chicago and Boston without
change L. M. WALTERA A CO., 19 N. Bpring
ENVEB A RIO GRANDE AND~BURLINO
ton Route excursions via Salt Lake City
and Denver, leave Loe Angeles every Monday
and Thursday, using tbe latest improved Pull
man tourist cars,elegantly equipped, Los An
geles to Chicago, eto. Call upon or address
J. B. QUIGLEY, Agent, Burlington R ute, No.
112 N. Spring st. mylOtf
DENVER AND RIO ORA/iDE AND ROCK
Island route excursions leave Los Ange
les every Taesday. This fs tbe only Excur
sion Company furnishing Pullman tourlßt
sleeping cars, fully equipped Los Angeles
to Chicago, Boston and New York, via Salt Lake
City, where a stop of seven.l hours Is made,
affording passengers an opportunity to visit
tie Mormon Tabernacle, and other points of
interest. CaU on or address, F. W. THOMP
SON, 110 N. Spring st. je3-tf
IA OGDEN AND UNION PACIFIC R AIL
way—Commencing May 12, 1889, thronirh
Pullman tourist cars Los Angeles to Kansas
City and Omnhs, and Pullman palaoe cars to
Ogden and Ogden to Omaha and Kansas City,
and reclining chair cars Ogden to Council
Bluffs will run daily, leaving Los Anselee at
10:20 p. m Excursion leaves every Wednes
day with through cars to Chicago. New York
and Boßton without change. For tickets,
berths, and ether information, call on or ad
dress JOHN CLARK, 51 N. Bpring Bt. jel lm
ilO.Tt I tit- ITHISTN.
TT~aTclaTTke7 , mHi^^
Hi. deuce, 24 8. Spring st. Hour.; 1 to 4 P. M.
Telephone 353. my! 4
TiRsTbEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
JJ Spring st., Los Angelos, Cal. Office hours,
Bto 12 m., 1 to 4 and 6to 8 r. St. Dr. Boyuton's
residence, 735 Olive st. ml9tf
BAAC FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMKOP ATHIBT
Offloe Hours—ll to 12 a. St.. Bto 5 r.
Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Bnlldlng,
Los Angeles, Oal. Residence 403 Booth Main
street. , my 9-tl.
SB. SALIBBUBY, M. D.. HOMOSPATHIST.
. Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson blook. cor.
First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 3. Pearl
st Offloe hours, 11 a. m. to 3p. n. Telephone
Nos.: Office 597: residence 577. my 24tf
st, McDonald Plock. mylß tf
DR. W. H. MASSES HAS REOPENED HIS
dental office In rooms 1 and 2. California
Bank building, cor. Seoond and Fort sts m3O-tf
DB. L. W. WELLS, COB. BPRING AND FIRST
sts., Wilson block; take elevator. Teeth
filled and extracted without pain. Anaesthetic
perfectly harmless. Gold crowns and bridge
work a specialty. Dr. Carson Mac Donald
of Philadelphia, assistant. )e4 tf
I DAMS 8R08.7 DENTIBTB, 23 8. SPRING
f\ street, Rooms 4 and S,
Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver
fillings, $1. Painless oxtractlon of teeth by
vitalised air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Tooth
extracted without gas or air, 50 cents.
Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By onr new
method of making teeth, a misfit is impossible
All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
' ont pain.
Offloe Honrs from Ba. St., to SP. v. Sundays
! from 10 a. m- to 12 m. Night oaUa answerod
i office my H-t.f
county and city sohool bonds: bauk, street
railway snd mauuf. company's stocks; loans
: made on real estate and collateral securllyat
current rates. 27 W. 2d St.. Bnrdlck hnllding.
t Hi- cor. rirst and Fort. Gold, silver, waters,
fertilizers, minerals, etc.. tested and analyzed,
Block, 130 W. First at, ml4-lt
AB. HOTCHKIBS, ATTORNEY, BOOM- 8
• aud 9, Bale Deposit building, cor. New
High and Temple sts. myl7tf
DANIEL PICKIT] ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
room 19, Jones block, 75 N. Spring St., over
Boston store, Los Augeles, Cal. je4<f
B. A. LINO. W. N. BHINN. CALVIN EDBEBTON.
•tIIINN, EDGERTON A LINO, ATTORNEYS
kj at-law, rooms 5 and 6, Redick block, cor
Port and First sts , Lob Angeles, Cal. my2Btl
GBIPPIN JOHNSTON. SHBLDBS BOBDEN
JOHNSTON A BORDEN, ATTORNEYS AT
Law and Examiners ol Titles, roomi7and
8. Joneß Block, 75 N. Spring st., Los Angeles,
I B jL'C
RD. LIST, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
. veyancer, 18 8. Spring st. je3 lm
K. URMBTON, NOTARY PUBLIC, CHIL
. dross Bank, 37 South Spring st. my! 9 tf
1 1HA8. W. DAVIS. ARCHITECT. ROOMS
KJ 3 aud 4, Downey block, Los Angeles my22tf
Fj Meets every Tuesday evening In Odd Fel
lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downey aye.,
East i.'h Angeles.
AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR, SAFETY
Council, No. 664—Meets second and fourth
Thursday evenings of each month at thoir Hall,
17 1 virst St., bet Main and Spring.
" AUCTION S 11.E*.
W. E. BEESON'S
Auction and Commission House,
NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECOND ST.
Peremptory Sales of Now and Second-Hanfl
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5,
SATURDAY, JUNE 8
At 10 a. m. and 2 p. h.
AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND CAR
RIAGES ON SATURDAYS.
It . \ O. RHOADE*, Auctioneer.
commissi.on and storage.
B. G. Waves, Proprietor.
General Merctaiiise Warenonse
Advances made on wool.
CORNER SEVENTH AND ALAMEDA.
Grain, Wool and General
Maragr, Coinmlaalost A Insurance.
my! 4 tf
The ! Tne Best I
The Cheapest Millinery House
IN THE CITY,
114 SOUTH SPHIMi STREET.
Ladles, don't make a mistake and buy
your Millinery Goods of humbugs claiming
to sell cheap. We have seen their prices,
and beat tnem from 10 to 25 per cent. Ribbons
are out of fashion, that Is why we sell them at
10,15 and 25 cents, and Fine Brocadod, No
40 at 40 cents We quote a few prices of the
latest Novelties now n constant demand.
Union Milan Straw Hats, all shapes and
colors 50c and 75c
Union Milan Straw Hats, finest grade $1 00
Extra fine Leghorn, largest flats $2.00
Fine Lace Straw Hats $1.00 to $1 50
Children s Sailor Hats 25c
" " " best quality 40c
Finest Sun Hats 15c and 20c
French Flowers, rubber mounted 25c to 50c
" " Imported, rubber
mounted 75c to $1.25
" " roses, each 150
Fine Ofdricb Tips, 3 feathers (not woolly) . 50c
Silk Wire Bonnet Frames 40c
Buckram Frames 10c
Black Brussels (net all silk) 25c to 40c
811k Veiling (all colors) per yard 10c
Bilk Ribbons, No. 16, per yard 18c
" " " 40, highest grade, per yd.4oc
Hats Pressed in the Latest Shapes in 24 hours.
DON'T FORGET PLACE AND NUMBER.
»lke Surprise," 144 8. Spring St.
A. J. RIETHMULLER, Proprietor.
mlB lm Founder of the "Famoss."
WHEN YOU ORDER
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Attempts are frequently made to
palm off inferior Waters bearing
labels closely resembling the genuine
Bottles bearing the genuine Apolli
naris labels are frequently filled
■with a spurious article.
LOOK AT THE CORK,
•which, if genuine, is branded with
the name of the Apollinaris Com
pany, Limited, and the words "Apol
linaris Brunnen " aroundan anchor.
For Bale by
JONES, 'II Mil & CO.,
16 Front street, Bsn Francisco, Cal.
: GOVERNMENT LANDS.
WE ARE PREPARED, ON AND AFTER
Juue 6th, to locate settlers on fine Gov
ernmeut land, guaranteeing to them that the
lands are as represented, aud that the section
Nos. given are correct.
This is a rare opportunity to secure good
laud, on whioh to make a home and will Dear
JOHN O. BYRAM,
19 West First 3trcet, or
t W. GARDNER, 40 South Fort Street.
| WALTON &WACHTEL
t Wholesale and Rotall Det'.vra in
Of ALL KINDt-.
J At Lowest PosMßifcls Rat**).
' 814, Sl« .and gig South Spring St.,
Bet Third and Foartti Sts. leO-tt
Progress of the Relief Move
ment in This City.
THE DONATIONS POURING IN.
A Woman's Suicide—She Dies While
The Citizens' Relief Committee met
in the Council Chamber yesterday
morning, Colonel I. D. Dunkelberger in
thechair. Treasurer H. C. Witmer re
ported that he had $1,500 in his posses
sion, and it was decided to forward it
immediately to the Johnstown sufferers.
It was stated that the committee, in many
instances, had found that collectors for
other societies had been in the field be
It was reported that the Union League
had raised about $700 to be sent East.
The following communication was re
Colonel I. B. Dunkelberger, Ex-Mayor W. B.
Workman and others. Committee on Belie/
Gentlemen—lf affords me pleasure to inform
your committee that I have been authorised by
Mr. W. F. White, Traffic Manager of our line, to
haul, free of charge, a carload of supplies for
the Pennsylvania Btifferers, SB far as Chicago.
If your committee decide to accept tblt offer,
please advise me, 10 that I can arrange to have
a proper car placed at your disposal, and ar
range for proper billing. Yours truly, etc.,
8. B. Hynes,
General Freight Agent.
Colonel Dunkelberger announced that
he had appointed the following Commit
tee of Arrangements for the concert to
morrow night, and he requested th at
they call at his office, No. 13 Bryson &
Bonebrake Block, at once:
Mrs. General Stoneman, Mrs. Dan Mc-
Farland, Mrs. H. T. Lee, Mrs. I. N. Van
Nuye, the Baroness Rogniat, Mrs. C. J.
Ellis, Mrs. A. Glaesell, Mrs. Severance,
Mrs. 11. G. Newhall, Mrs. J. S. Slawson,
Mrs. Juana Neal, Mrs. Volkmar, Mrs. J.
A. Wills, Mrs. E, F. Spence, Miss Rita
De Celis, Mrs. F. C. Garbutt, Mrs. C. J.
Richards, Misses Dominguez, Mrs. O.W.
Cnilds, Mrs. Dan Stevens, Misses
Winston, Miss Josie Mallard, Mrs. H.
T. Hazard, Mrs. D. Watson, Misses
Until, Miss Leonora Smith, Miss May
Newell, Miss Anna Carson, Miss Julia
Rendell, Misses Santa Cruz, Miss Maud
Kowan, Edwin W. Fowler, Paul Hazol
tine, George Haskell, Dr. K. D. Wise,
Baron Rogniat, S. B. Caswell, O. W.
Childs, Judge Silent, 8. M. White, Geo.
Carson, E. F. Spence, W. H. Perry,
Ueorge H. Bonebrake, C. J. Richards,
Hon. William Williams, Judge E. M.
Ross, Capt. C. E. Thorn, M. L. Wicks,
8. C. Foy, J. H. Abbott, W. A. Nimock,
J. D. Robinson, E. A. Preuss, John E.
Plater, George H. Steward, John Thayer,
Col. H. G. Otis, Col. James J. Ayers,
H. 55. Osborne, Hon. J. D. Lynch, W.
A. Spilding, J. W. Robinson, Fred.
Eaton, W. E. Crawford,C. A. Marriner,
A. Crawford, Dr. Cochran, Lewis L.
Bradbury, Daniel Freeman, Richard
Garvey, "C. D. Baker, Gen. H. H. Bovce,
H. T. Payne, W. R. Burke, Sidney
Lacey, G. H. Dobinson, Fred. Harkness,
H. L. Kerchival, Hervey Lindley, H. C.
Witmer, F. C. Howes, William Vickrey,
Hancock Banning, Thomas Meredith, C.
Ducommun, H. J. Fleishman, J. C.
Bicknell, S. H. Motr, J. M. Elliott, H.
L. McNeil, J. Bixby, John Bryaon, Sr.,
Dr. H. Sinsabaugh, L. C. Goodwin, L.
N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Charles E. Day,
Ben E. Ward, E.C. Bosbyshell, William
F. Bosbyshell, John I. Redick, R. M.
The offers of the Mattie Vickers'
ComDany and Messrs. Doyle & Isaacs to
give benefits for the sufferers were
The Printing Committee repotted that
the advertising in the newspapers would
be free, and that Mr. Freeman had
donated $20 worth of job printing.
The Committee then aojourned.
The contributions received by the Re
lief Committee in amounts of over $10
each yetterday were as follows:
Los Angeles Farming and Milling Co $50
East Side Chamber of Commerce 80
Graves. O'Melveoy & Shankland SO
Southern California Insurance Company... 50
Whittier, Fuller & Co. and employees 60
Harper & Reynolds Company 25
W. H. Perry Lumber and Mill Company 50
Loa Angeles Furniture Company 25
Kerckhcfr-Cuzucr Mill and Lumber Co 25
los Angeles Lodge, No. 2,925, K. of H 25
Clark, Humphries & Co 25
Southern California Lumber Company 25
Baker Iron Works 20
Germain Fruit Company 20
P. Beaudry 15
H. L. Macneil 10
H. C. Wieseudanger 10
A. E. Pomeroy 10
George Lorens 10
R G. Brewer 10
E. H. Workman 10
Vlckery & Hinds 10
L. Mesraer 10
Vache, Freres & Co. 10
P. R. Bevln 10
Mrs. Phillips 10
M. Levi 10
These, together with smaller amounts,
made a total of $750 collected.
THE ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION.
The entertainment to be given in Tur
ner Hall, tomorrow evening, by the Illi
nois Association, for the benefit of the
Johnstown floood sufferers, promises to
be a very attractive affair. Among the
local artists whose music and elocution
will delight the audience are Prof.
St ann n and his orchestra, Prof. Ludlam,
Prof. Hersee, Prof. De Lano, Mrs. Catch
ing, Miss Penning, Mrs. Gould, Mrs.
Dunham, Miss Hanna, Mrs. Caiy, Miss
Mamie Short, Miss Kittie Richards, Mrs.
and Miss Aetbury, Pearlie Gleason,
Gracie Heisee, Ethel Stewart, and
The admission fee will be only 25
cents, but reserved seats may be had by
the payment of 10 cents extra at the
Tickets for the concert can be pur
chased at the music stores and the prin
Tickets for the concert at Hazard's
Pavilion will ba fifty cents each for seats
in the gallery.
Signorina Marcbetti, the celebrated
soprano, will sing at the concert at Haz
ard's Pavilion Satnrday evening.
Fifty members of the Elli9 Club will
sing in chorus at the Johnstown Suf
ferers' Concert on Saturday evening.
Mas. Hollenbeck donated $100 to the
fund yesterday; Mrs. Doria Jones $50,
A. C. Williams $25 and the proprietors
of tbe Nadeau $25.
All members of the Musical Union are
requested to be at the Grand Opera
House st 10 o'clock to-day, or send their
iddress to J. H. Brenner, No. 11 North
Over two hundred people will take
>art in tbe concert at Hazard's Pavilion
Saturday evening. It will be one of the
naoet interesting entertainments ever
>;iven in the city.
Reserved seats can be obtained Satur
iay morning at the music store No. 11N.
Spring street, for the Johnstown Suf
ferers' Concert to be given at Hazard's
I'avilion on Saturday evening.
All the city and county officials should
assist to make the Johnstown sufferers'
concert a it rand and pronounced success.
Every citizen of Los Angeles should
take an interest in its success.
Any professional or amateur musician
de airing to play in the orchestra at the
concert at Hazard's Pavilion on Saturday
evening will call at the Grand Opera
House at 10 o'clock a. m. to-day.
Miss Kate Fleming, the solo contralto,
who sang with such success at tbe last
concert of the Ellis Club, will sing at the
Johnstown Sufferers' Concert, at Haz
ard's Pavilion, Saturday evening.
Col. I. R. Dunkelberger desires every
member of the Committee on Arrange
ments to call at his office to-day on very
important business connected with the
concert to be given on Saturday evening.
The police force will probably take 100
tickets for the Johnstown sufferers' con
cert at Hazard's Pavilion Saturday even
ing. It is repotted that the Fire Depart
ment have also decided to subscribe for
for the concert.
One hundred young ladies, students of
the Los Angeles College, have gene
rously volunteered to appear at the con
cert at Hazard's Pavilion in their gym
nastic drill with dumb-bells, wands,
clubs, etc., under the direction of Mies
Any person desirous of contributing
shoes, clothing, etc., to the Johnstown
sufferers can leave them with Mrs. D. O.
Grayson, 210% S. Spring street, Breed
Block. One box was shipped veßterday
via Wells, Fargo & Co. One will be
thipped in the next few days.
All lovers of fine music should attend
the concert on Saturday evening, for the
programme given in the adveitising co
lumns is replete with interesting features.
The orchestra will be composed of the
best musicians in the city, under the
leadership of Mr. J. H. Brenner.
Henry Bohrman, of 414 South Spring
street, offers to denote the proceeds of
the sale of a fine wood mantel, which is
valued at $75 to the fund for the suffer
ers. It will be put into any house in the
city free of charge, or delivered, packed,
at the depot, to ba sent away anywhere
the purchaser wishes. The entire sum
may be paid over, not to the dealer, but
to the Citizen's Committee. Mr. Bohr
man takes this method of making a lib
eral donation. *
Inquest on the Hemalns of .ilia.
Yesterday morning Coroner Meredith
held at inquest at Ramona upon the
body of Annie E. Strasser, who com
mitted suicide at that place by If king
strychnine, on Wednesday afternoon.
The only witnesses examined was Bebas
tiantStrasser, the woman's husband, ai.d
a echool-girl named Rosa Tietze, to
whom the deceased stated, shortly be
fore her death, that she had taken
poison. Strasser testified that he was a
saloon-keeper, and that for two weeks
past he had been engaged in getting in
some crops in the Ban Gabriel valley,
during which time his wife had attended
to the Baloon. Upon returning home on
Wednesday afternoon he fonnd his wife
apparently under the influence cf liquor,
and she told him that she had taken
poison. However, as she frequently
made threats of suicide when drinking,
he did not pay any attention to what
she had said, until a few minutes after
wards he discovered an empty strychnine
bot:le, and he at once started out for a
doctor. Upon his return he found that
his wife had died during his absence.
In the meantime the girl Rosa Tietze
had spoken to bis wife, and she also left
the dying woman in order to inform her
mother, and she also returned too late to
render any assistance. The jury, on
hearing these facts, returned a verdict
that the deceased's death was caused by
"an overdose of poison taken by herself
with intent to commit suicide." Mrs.
Strasser was a native of Switzerland, 35
years of age, and leaves three small
children to the care of their father.
A Bitten linger.
Frank Werst appeared before Justice
Lockwoou, yesterday afternoon, charged
with mayhem, for having, it is alleged,
on the sth instant bitten off the end of
the third finger of the left hand of
Charles McTaggert. After being ar
raigned, the defendant was ordered to
appear for examination on June 17th,
bail being admitted in the sum of $1,500.
From the story told by the complaining
witness, it was learned that he and Werst
were stopping at the same lodging-house
together on the night of the 4th instant,
and that, although unacquainted with
each other, they occupied the same
room, which contained two beds. About
3 o'clock in the morning of the sth
instant, McTaggert hearing a noise iuthe
stable below, where his horse was kept,
get up to see what cashed the disturb
ance. Upon his return and while un
dressing to return to his slumbers, a
woman entered the room and inquued.
in an anxious manner whether he was
sick. On his replying that he was not
and explaining the reason of his getting
np so early, she left the room and he got
into bed; but he had hardly laid his
head upon the pillow, before Werst,
without any probable cause, and before a
word was uttered between them, jumped
upon him and proceeded to score his fel
low lodger's face with his nails. lie
then seized upin the victim's left hand,
and, jamming the finger into his moutb,
bit the end off. The cause of this pe
culiar attack is attributed to jealousy.
Edltoilal Association Meellue;.
Mr. W. L. Vail, Secretary of the Edi
torial Association cf Sourhern California,
has issued circulars calling attention to
the fact that the semi-annual meeting
will be held in San Diego on July tuh.
The members are requested to assemble
in this oity on July S'h so that the 4:40
p. m train may be taken in a body. The
Association, which will have as its head
quarters the Hotel del Coronado, will
continue in session three or four days,
during which valuable papers will be
read and literary and musical programms
given. The days will be given up to ex