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TAMMANY'S BUDGET OF NEWS
Affairs of Interest Noticed in
Seneca Swalm Trying- Hard to Get
Black Bart and His Duties at Weill-
Pargo's Office—The Addle OIL
uiour Case—The Unemployed,
righting Kath Other,
*ak Francisco, Oct. 6.—Seneca A.
Swalm, now undergoing a term of seven
yearn' imprisonment at Ban Quentin,
has caused to be published in several of
the local weeklies a notice to the dis
trict attorney and the people of this city
and county, that he would appear before
tbe Rtate board of prison directors at
their meeting to be held this month,
and petition that body for tbe privilege
of the benefits of tbe parole bill.
Bwalm will be remembered by many
Lor Angeles people aB tbe handsome and
stylish representative of the New York.
Life Insurance company who cut a wide
swath down there some six years ego.
To those intimately acquainted with
the man, be was known to be a great
favorite with those of the opposite sex
of all degrees in life, and it was asserted
by those in a position to know, tbat
Bwalm never failed in making a conqneet
if he co desired. It was this very pre
dilection for the gentler sex tbat placed
him in the position he occupies today.
It/ was in Los Angeles that be first
met tbe wife of Banker McDonald of
the now defunct Pacific bank, and of
their bter eecapadee when tbey had
planne* to elope, how Swalm etarted
first with the woman's valuables and
also those of her husband, the arrest at
Colfax, the long trial and final convic
tion are still fresh in the public mind
and need no repetition here; but what
ever Swalm may have done, he should
certainly never have been convicted,
and the sentence was an unusually se
vere one, when those passed upon the
average felon in Han Francisco are taken
as a criterion.
It was the influence of the McDonald's
tbat landed him in the penitentiary and
that is the power that has successfully
baffled his plane for pardon, and will
certainly keep him where he is until
the expiration of bis sentence in Sep
There may be seen upon one or the
other of the principal thoroughfares any
pleasunt evening a tall, gray-beaded,
old gentleman with a kindly face, which
is set off by a high silk hat, while his
attire consists of a suit of neatly fitting
broadcloth. Of course, this in itself
would never create any comment, as
there are thousands of just such nice
looking old gentlemen to be eeen upon
tbe streets any hour in the day, but the
particular one I refer to has led a life
tbat ie part of the history of this state.
He is best known to the public as
"Black Bart," tbe man who robbed so
many stages and played anch havoc
with the Welle, Fargo & 00. treasure
box. How he eluded the detectives ie
an interesting story, was finally arrested
upon a clew which he had left near the
scene of one of his robberies in the
shape of a handkerchief with a San
Franciaco laundry mark in one corner.
For his transgressions of the law he waa
immured within the confineß oi San
Quentin for five years.
He etill does business with Wells,
Fargo & Co., but in a different way than
formerly. That company now pays him
a salary to report at their main office
each day, which ie the only duty he has
to perform. The company evidently be
lieves tbat tbe cheapest way is tbe beet.
When tbe headless body of Addie Gil
mour was found tbe San Francisco de
tectives soon located the alleged mur
derer, Dr. West. They next turned
their attention to the location of the
mysterious author of the "Little Jack"
letters. They hunted in vain for a num
ber of days, and just as they were about
to give up the search the news came
from Los Angeles that Detective Law
son bad found him in the person of Jack
McGrury, and a few days later the
much-sougbt-for individual came here
in company with Mr. Lawson, and aa a
result of bis clever work tbe well-known
detective has during his stay here been
overwhelmed with congratulations on his
signal victory over tbe police depart
O. J. Stlllwell, who gained a state
reputation daring his connection with
the Examiner, is now associated with
Mr. Lawson in the detective agency.
Already the firm has bean retained in
several important oases, including the
aide of the defendant in tbe now cele
brated Dr. West case.
Tbe laborers who bave been holding
down the sand lot at the corner ot
Seventh and Mission have had strife
among themselves for some time and,
as is usually the case in such gather
ings, the trouble arose from the atti
tude of the so-called leaders.
The Baa Francisco public has been
Very kind to tbe unemployed, and all
donations, consisting of money, food,
j ate, have drat'passed through the hands
of two men, named Willets and Frye,
and, though they were instructed by
the other laborers to keep a statement
•f all donations, they absolutely re
fused. These disputes and the reasons
thereof reached the public, and, as a re
salt, the residents of the sand lot did
not fare as well any more. Collector
Wise, the custodian of the site, was con
stantly besieged by one or the other of
tbe factions to have their opponents
kept off the grounds, and, in order to
harmonize matters all around, tbe col
lector has placed the salvation army in
charge, and hereafter they will take care
of the unemployed.
Mr. J. A. Muir, superintendent of the
Southern Panific at Los Angeles, paid a
Visit to Fourth and Townsend streets
daring the week. Tammany.
Oonnty Educational Association.
Tbe next regnlar meeting of the Los
Angeles County Educational association
Will be held at tbe high school building,
In the city of Los Angeles, Saturday,
Ojtober 14,1803, beginning promptly at
10 o'clock a. m. The programme will
be as follows:
Reading of minntes and report oi
Paper, The Best Teacher in tbe County
and What he Thinks of Us—C. M. Drake,
Physical Training—o. J. Rohds, Los
Annual election of officers.
f Waa* stomach strengthened by Beeoham's
Preparations for the Display at the
For tbe first time in years tbe entire
display of the Loe Angeles industrial
fair will be given upon tbe same
grounds. The fair is given by the Dis
trict Agricultural Association No. 0,
and bids fair to exceed the previous
successful chows given by this organiza
tion. It will be given at Agricultural
park for six days, beginning Monday,
The BBBOciation has added a new fea
ture to the event this year in tbe erec
tion of a large pavilion at the park. At
the previous fairs the principal draw
back has bee tbe eeparation of the dis
plays, the livestock having been quar
tered at tbe fair grounds, while the hor
ticultural display has been held at Haz
ard's pavilion, in the cjty, about three
miles from the main display. Realiz
ing the impracticability of this system,
the district association has erected the
new pavilion at the fair grounds, and
now will present a genuine old-time
county fair, where all of the best things
of the county are shown and where the
people turn out to see them.
There are 87 classes eligible in tbe
premium liat, including, besides the
usual displays of animals and poultry,
machinery, implements, mechanical,
agricultural and dairy products, fruits,
wines, honey and nuts. There ie also a
fine artß department and a department
for ladies and children.
All exhibits must be entered at tbe
office of tbe entry clerk by Monday,
October 10th, at 12 o'clock, noon, in or
der tbat they may be arranged in their
departments and in readiness for exam
ination by the judges.
All those desiring any further infor
mation can obtain it by calling upon or
writing to the secretary, L. Thome, No.
107>b North Spring street.
MUST PAY FOB THE KICK.
LANEGARD'S FEELINGS AND PER
SON SERIOUSLY INJURED.
Sir. Bckstrom Objected to the Han's
Presence In Hia Store and Pat
Him Oat Forcibly, but
Hast Pay for It.
A damage suit based upon tbe sum
mary ejectment of a young German
named Landgard from tbe wall-paper
bouse of Eckstrom & Strasburg, on Main
street, was tried before Justice Bartho
lomew yesterday afternoon.
Landgard came into the store one
morning not long ago and wanted to
talk to Mr. Eckstrom, who took him
into the private office. Landgard had
aold aome paper to the firm and when
be reached the private office wanted an
explanation about the pricea paid. Mr,
Eckatrom told him that as Mr. Straaburg
had had the dealing* with bim he would
bave to wait until he returned from
Bear valley. After considerable talk
back and forth Landgard remarked that
they were robbing him.
Mr. Eckstrom's Irish arose from the
remark and grabbing Landgard by tbe
lapels of bis coat he backed him against
the partition and told him he would
have to take that back. Landgard did
so immediately. Mr. Eckatrom left
bim, threw the door of the office open
and told him to "get out." Landgard
did not move and the admonition was
made twice more. Still the young Ger
man remained. Mr. Eckstrom then se
cured a twist upon his coat collar and
tbe slack of bis pantaloons and made
Landgard walk Spanish. He gave him
several kicks upon his anatomy whicb
accelerated his departure.
Landgard brought a civil suit for $299
damages, claiming that the kicks had
injured him bo that he could not work
for several weeks; that when he stooped
down, he had to stoop backwards. Also
that hia wife bad to rub him with St.
Mr. Eckstrom's counsel claimed that
he had a right to order the man out of
his store, and use Buch force as waa nec
essary to accomplish his purpose, and
that he bad made no assault until Land
gard failed to heed bis remark to go out.
Bat the prosecution claimed tbe as
sault was committed when Eckstrom
yanked the German against the parti
tion, and that he bad no business to
Justice Bartholomew made the episode
quite a costly one for Mr, Eckstrom. He
found for tbe plaintiff and assessed his
damages at $200. The result seemed to
be a great surprise to the defendant, as
he evidently thought he would escape
entirely or with a very light judgment.
IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL.
A Lecture Tonight by B. A. C. Stephens
In Forester Hall.
This evening B. A. O. Stephens, the
well-known local journalist, will deliver
a leoture by invitation before the First
Spiritualist society of Los Angeles on
the Immortality of the Soul. Mr. Ste
phens claims that the science of hypno
tism is the open door through which
glimpses of immortality may be had;
or, in other words, that it demonstrates
the fact of immortal iife. Oapt. W.
Wingett will follow the lecture with ex
hibitions of hypnotic power, illustrative
of the central thought of the discourse.
The lecture will be given in Forester's
hall, 107,' .. West Main street, at 7:30
He Is Charged with Breaking a China
A youthful negro, rejoicing in tbe ap
propriate name of Bill Sykes, was ar
rested yesterday by Officer Talamantes.
Some days ago Bill paid bis respects to
the Geary law by hurling a large stone
at a passing Chinaman.
The missile broke tbe Celestial's nose
and otherwise spoiled his appearance.
Bill escaped arrest until yesterday,
when he was arrested and booked for
World's Fair Columbian Edition Illus
trated Hoi aid.
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, is now on sale by
all the newsdealers and at tbe Hebald
business office. It contains 48 pages of
information about Southern California
and over 60 illustrations. As a publica
tion to send to eastern friends it has
never been equalled. Price 15 cents in
Our Home Brew.
Maior A Zobeletn's lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught In all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 414 Aliso street. Tele
Itching, Aching Piles—Rail's Cream Salve
Will give Immediate relief and is a positive
cure. 25e and 50c Off & Vaughn's drug store,
Fourth and Spring streets,
LOS ANGELES HERALD* SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 8, 1895.
THEY HAVE LOWERED THE PRICE
Proposition for tlii« Purchase of
the Water Plant.
The Price Asked Has Been R°duced
A Redaction of SUIIO.OOO Made by
Messrs, Pelrce and Shaffer Yes
terday — The Matter
At last the owners of the City Water
company have submitted a proposition
to the city for the sale of their plant.
Through the energetic efforts of the
water committee, Messrs. Munson, In
nee and Campbell, tbe owners have re
duced the price first asked, $3,500,000,
This reduction was brought about
after much labor on the part of the
water committee. When tbe committee
met Messrs. Shaffer and Peirce yester
day tbe latter gentlemen submitted a
proposition, as follows:
To the Mayor and Council of the City of Los
Gentlemen—The undersigned hereby
offer to sell to tbe city of Los Angelea ail
of tbe property, real, personal and
mixed, including all rights, privileges
and franchisee of every kind, character
and description now held or possessed
by tbe Los Angeles City Water company
and the Crystal Springs Land and water
company, both corporations duly organ
ized under the lawe of tbe atate and
having their principal placea of buaineea
in the city of Los Angelea aforesaid, or
either of them, a partial liat of which
said property is hereto attached, marked
exhibit A, hereby referred to, and made
a part and portion hereof; and alao any
and all further and additional property,
real or personal, which aaid corporations,
or either of them, may have or acquire
at any time subsequent hereto and prior
to the sale and transfer to aaid city here
inafter mentioned, upon the following
terms and conditions, to-wit:
First—The said city shall pay to the
undersigned, as the consideration there
for, the Bom of $3,300,000 on or before
tbe Ist day ot February, 1894.
Second—Upon tbe payment to the
undersigned of the sum of $3,300,000 on
or before tbe Ist February, 1894,
as aforesaid, they will forthwith cauee
all of the property, reai, personal or
mixed, of every kind, character and
description, owned or possessed by aaid
corporations, or either of them, to be
conveyed and transferred to tbe said
city of Loa Angeles by good, sufficient
and proper conveyances.
R. B. F. Peirce,
John C. Shaffer.
Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 7, 1893.
The statement referred to as exhibit
"A" will be supplemented soon by a
full and complete liat of everything
owned by tbe company.
Meaars. Peirce and Shaffer positively
refused to make a further reduction,
and it was with great reluctance that
tbe reduction of $200,000 was made.
Members of the water committee
were interviewed after the consultation,
but they were in no position to make
public statements regarding the advisa
bility of purchasing the plant. They
had not had time to know whether they
would, in their report to the council to
morrow, recommend that body to take
action by accepting the proposition.
"Tbe committee have not had time to
consult among themselves," said Chair
man Munson laet evening, ' and of
courae are undecided as to what recom
mendation, if any, we shall make to the
council. We expect to make a report,
but are as yet undecided as to its char
Mr. Shaffer departed yesterday after
noon for tbe north, and Mr. Pierce
started last night for his eastern home
THE OIL BOOM.
Mora Wells Going Down In the Newhall
Mr. Kalleiman, the expert oil-borer
who is sinking Beveral wells near New
hall, was in the city yesterday. To a
Herald reporter he stated that the
Golden West well, which was begun
September 4th, is now down 700 feet.
The drill is working night and day and
in another week or two will strike the
principal oil-bearing sand which is ex
pected to be reached at about 900 feet.
There is now about 40 feet of oil on the
surface of the water in the hole, there
being more or less oil seepage nearly all
tbe way down.
Mr. Kellerman also has the contract
for cleaning out and casing tbe Banner
well, the 200-barreis-a-day gosber
which was struck last winter, and which
subsequently caved in. He reports sat
isfactory progress with this work, and
savß it will not be long before the Ban
ner well will again be spouting petro
In addition to the boring; of the Ban
ner and Golden West wells, Mr. Keller
man has just contracted to sink a bole
for the West Coast company, which hae
a very fine strip of oil territory
adjoining the above-named properties.
The west Coast well will be located with
in a few hundred feet of the other two,
thus forming a group of three that are
expected to be highly producted. The
West Coast people have bought the der
rick and machinery used in boring the
dry hole at Fullerton some time ago.
Mr. Kalleiman is having the machinery
moved to Newball and expects to begin
operations on the new well some time
Grading has also been begun for a new
well on the quarter section adjoining the
Banner property on tbe east.
Quite a number of Los Angeles and
eastern capitalists visited the Newhall
region the past week, as the result of
which some heavy investments have
been made. Tbe inquiry for oil lands is
increasing, and the country about New
ball is being thoroughly prospected',
The available claims are rapidly beiig
gobbled up. The success of tbe Pacific
Coast Oil company's operations in the
Pico canon is acting as a great stimulus
in developing other oil fields.
0. Oomodzinsky, St. Petersburg: John Stein,
V?. D. Mltohell, James Smith, J. V. Harmon,
city; U.S. Hubbard, 8. K. Kewbaner, W. if.
Holden, P. L. Strong, H. 0. Boyd. N. C. Far
num, San Francisco; J. M. Stewart, B. B.
Richie, H. T. Adams, Chicago; I. Hauser, St.
Louis; Z. Oppenheimer, Philadelphia; X. Tay
lor, Oakland: B. V. Prloe, St. Joseph: Mr. and
Mm. S. P. True, Moreno; M. Epstein, New
York; T. E. Metcall, M. R. Thorp, San Diego;
O. M. Franks, Baltimore; H. P. Jones, North
Carolina; Miss M. Watson, O. 3. Pearons, Kan
sas City: Baron and Bsronne Atzel, Budapest,
Poison Oak—Hall's Cream Salve
Will give Immediate relief and oure In 24
hours. 25c and 50c. Off & Vaughn's drag
store, Fourth and Spring stseets.
I HAVE DETERMINED TO
RETIRE FROM BUSINESS
AND WITH THAT END IN VIEW, $75,000 WORTH OF
FURNISHING GOODS, i
WILL BE SLAUGHTERED ! 4 \
Everything will be sacrificed. Goods are all new —latest styles—purchased for the fall and winter $ j
trade. My object is to get rid of the entire stock as soon as possible. The cost of goods will not figure
in this sale. Do not delay, but come at ouce and get your choice and first pick of one of the best selected
stocks of Men's and Boys' Clothing in Southern California. This is not a fake sale, but a BONA FIDE
RETIRING-FROM-BUSINESS SALE, to close out my stock at cost, and less than cost of manufacture.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND PRICES.
The Sale Heps Tomorrow, Monday, October 1,1893.
H. C. WEINER,
Globe Clothing Company,
SPRING STREET, NEAR THIRD.
AN EXCELLENT SCHEME.
Owing to the increasing demands in our
classified advertisement columns, we have
concluded hereafter to devote a full page in
our Sunday edition (under the title of board
ers', roomers' and business directory) for the
use of hotel keepers, rooming houses, restau
rants, family resorts, etc., etc.. such advertise
ments as received to be classified under their
proper headings and alphabetically arranged
according to streets and districts, thus en
abling the reader to select a certain locality
with very little trouble.
This special department is under tho direct
supervision of Mr. George F. Cox, who will
carefully devote his attention to the wants of
our patrons, and will personally arrange all
such classified advertisements under their
proper heading. The rates on this line of ad
vertising arc 29 cents per line for a month,
payable "in advance. We trust that our efforts
to facilitate the placing of advertisements in
the columns in such a manner as will be easily
understood and located by all will be appreci
ated by both tho advertising public and our
B "ROADWAY, 319 N. — "The Sunnyslde"—
Pleasant, sunny rooms, nicely furnished,
singlo or en suite.
BROADWAY, 127 N.—Nicely furnished, sun
BROADWAY, 833 B.—Nice front furnished
BUSKER HIM. AYE., 119 N. —Furnished or
unfurnished rooms; modern conven
iences; centrally located; electric cars.
I"URST 712'jl K.—"Tho Custer."—Furnished
1 rooms, single oren suite; newly furnished;
17MRST, 233}$ B. —Nice furnished roomß at
; Gullmer House, single or suits; rates mod
I FOURTH, 421 W.—The "Parker House"—
; Finely furnished rooms, single or en suite;
HILL, 220 8. near 2d, The Irving—Sunny
furnished rooms, with or without house
HILL, 630 s.—Sice, sunny, newly furnished
rooms, single or ensuite; rates reasona
HILL, 225 B.—-Neatly lurnished rooms with
board in private family. Bee MRS. M. R.
MAIN, 917 B.—Nicely furnished and unfur
nished rooms, single or ensuite; terms
MAIN, 133 N. — The Denver, furnished
rooms $1 rer week upward; center of
MAIN, 861 N.—Nicely furnished rooms by
day, week or month; single or suits.
MAIN, 445 B.—Elegantly furnished sunny,
front rooms facing east.
OLIVE, 439, COR. 6TH.—"The Lawrence."
Pleasant, sunny rooms, opposite Sixth
SECOND. 228 E — Leland Hotel—Pleasant
rooms, 15c to 25c per night; 75c to $1.00
SAND, 712, cor. Bunker, HilL— Furnished
rooms reasonable. 9
SPRING, 431! i S. —Elegant furnished rooms
TEMPLE, 522—This commodious house is
under new and capable management; sun
ny suites and single rooms, freshly papered,
nicely furnished; for rent at low rates to de-
I"*HIRD, 113—Nicely furnished rooms; cen
. tral location.
"ITTILMINGTON, 120. — Nicely furnished
I t rooms $1.25 per week.
WALL, 417—Nicely famished rooms; reas
"yyALL, 048.—Good looation and low rates.
HOTELS, RKRORTS, KtC.
Ardmour, centrally located; cable and
electric cars pass the door; elegant rooms,
with first-class board; appointments the best;
new management; reasonable rates. MRS. K.
XMFTII AND SAN PEDRO—Newly furnished;
_i 7 table the best; prices to suit the times.
Rooms with or without board at the Hotel Fre
TTILL, NEAR SECOND—HOTEL LINCOLN;
Xl first-class family hotel; appointments per
fect; central location; electric cars pass to all
points in city. THUS. PASCOE, prop.
MAIN, 031 S. — THE MADISON; FlRST
class family hotel: best appointments and
service; elegantly furnished rooms, with
board; near business center. Telephone 1090.
OLIVE, 521 AND 539 S. — THE HAMIL
ton and The Virginia; first-class family
hotels; opposite Sixtu-street park.
SPRING, 130H Sj BET. FIRST AND SEC
ond, upstairs; The Corfu.
TEMPLE, 1012—ROCHESTER HOUSE; PRl
vate rooms and board, $4.50 per week; ap
BERNARD, 428 — Nicely furnished rooms
with first-class board, $5 per week. Ohio
BUENA VISTA, 327, opp. court house-Fur
nished sunny rooms, with or without
board. Terms reasonable.
JjMRST, 316 E. —Private board by day or week.
JJILL, 232 B.—First-class table board.
HILL, 239 S.—The Chelsea; large hand
somely furnished sunny front rooms;
folding beds in every room, making each into
a cozy private parlor; use of parlor and piano;
superior table board; gas and bath; refer
HOPE, 849 S.—Family board; home cook
ing; with or without rooms; convenient
SIXTH, 520 W.—Furnished rooms, single or
ensuite, with or without board; also table
TEMPLE, 607, near in.—Elegantly furnished
rooms with first-class board; French cook
to get a good meal and clean
MAIN, 146 B.—Martin's Restaurant and
Oyster House—Private rooms for ladies;
the best the market affords; for a good meal
don't forget to call on MARTIN, BIGLIE & CO.
MAIN, 414 N.—Mexican dinners from 23c
up; also a la carte. ISMAEL DURAZO,
SPRING, 308 80.—Mrs. Hunter's 25c meals
arc par excellence; call and be convinced.
MAIN, 704 N.—Unfurnished rooms for light
gIXTH, 216% W.—Nice unfurnished rooms.
rpEMPLE, 1129 — Pleasant unfurnished
J. rooms; reasonable.
the Broadway tailors.
away—or huy only the purest
B~^C^DWAY7^26~sT^The ''office-A nice,
quiet retreat; best wines, liquors and
cigars. JNO. GRIMM.
FIRST, 214 W.—Laurel Palace—Tho purest
liquors always in stock. McGIN'MS .v
T OS ANGELES, COR. COMMERCIAL—HoteI
1j de Europe—Keep line liquors; call and
SPRING, 115 S.—Fine old Taylor or Mc-
Brayer whisky at Fountain saloon; tele
SPRING, 358 S. — Joe Arnold —Choicest
liquors; free city delivery; ring up tel.
SPRING, 623 B.—F. Viole & Co.—Best wines
and liquors; family trade only; tel. 1210.
the mcst reliable.
B.—Board, feed and sale stable;
also wood and coal. F. F. FARNSWORTIi,
LODGING HOUSES FOR BALE.
BrTxADVv'AY, 127 B.—Our hargatns In fur-;
nished lodging houses: 26 rooms, $1300
>4 rooms, $81)0; 40 rooms, $1900; 31 rooms.
$1700; 44 rooms, $2000 ;35 rooms, $1100; 10
rooms, $500; we make a specialty of business
H. P. ERNST & CO., 127 So. Broad
THIRD, NEAR MAIN—24-room house, cen
tral location, $.000, or would exchange
for house aud lot close in. Address "Lodging
House," this office.
M~TaE7TH?^BA^RIt r; Cream and
Balm—Substitute for soap; will soften
and beautify the complexion. Sold at 353 6.
Spring st, near Fourth.
MRS. WHEELER, clairvoyant writing and
test medium; magnetic healer. Colum
bla Hotel, 012 Broadway, Room 21.
HILL, 634 B.—Wanted ladies to learn cutting
and fitting the celebrated Columbian sjb
tem. Price $5.
17UR8T, 224 W.—Los Angeles Rubber Stamp
' Co.—Seals, brass stencils and metal en
BROADWAY. 614 S.—Columbia Dining Par
lors—Meals 25c; chicken dinners Sundays.
J. R. PLIi'i'CKF.R, i'luo.
MAIN, 230 B.—The Hammam baths; open
day and night; no extra charge over
*J Brysonßonebrake block. Telephone 623,
Practices in all the courts, state and federal.
A GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN
jr\« street, Chicago, 111.; 20years' experience;
secrecy; special facilities in several states.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, in
press. 6-4 tf
TIUNSAKER & GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
J1 rooms 103 and 104 Phillips block, corner i
Spring and Franklin streets. Telephone, 1120.
KJ. ADCOCK, ATI ORNEY; SPECIAL AT-;
• tention given to the settlement of estates.
115 West First st. 4-«tf ,
K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FCL- I
• ton block, '.407 New High street, Los An
WM. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TT room 3 Ailon block, Temple and Spring;
si reels. 2-21 If
HMMII \NE DA V SAVED BY TAKING ;
HnrcMnMßn* ' Santa Fe excursions to Kan-
BwHitMHH'sas city, St. Louis, Chicago, New
York and Boston. Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conductod through to
Chicago and Boston; lamily tourist sleepers to
Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rates and
quickest time. Office, 120 N. Spring et. 7-lara
HILLIPS'" EAST BOUND EXCURSIONS—
Personally conducted, via Denver and Rio
Grande aud Rock Island Routes; leaves Los
Angeles every Tuesday and Friday; crossslng
the Sierra Nevadtis and passing the entire
scenery on the Rio Grande by daylight. Office
138 S. Spring st. 7-1 tf
UDSON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
every Monday, via Rio Grande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago and Boa,
ton, personally managed. Office, 212 S. Spring
■street. Los Angeles.
8-13 tl Sun only
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Kooml. ml tl
R. 8. TOLHURST, DENTIST, N.
Spring street, rooms it, 3 and Painless
extraction. 6 20 tf
f 1 RANK STEVENS. 324W SOUTH SPRING ST.
Open Sunday mid evening by electric light.
surgeon—has the medal and is a member
of the Society of Universal Science—will taka
charge of all operations. Colts and other anl
mals gelded. Cure guaranteed of diseases of
the most aggravated nature. Moderate charges.
Office, Sentous block, room 6, Los Angeles.
Mme. Tourlllon de clcrcq, having received
the highest certificate from the Academic da
Paris, and Bpeaking English and German,
gives French lessons in conversation, gram
mar, literature, etc. Sentous block, rooms 0
anilS. Telephone No. 1128. 9- 7 wed-sun
A BNTK» OTB
psny of Los Angeles; northwest corner at
Franklin and New ilisli sts. inl7tf
isiFTr~BliA! ; AND
masseuse, 211 w. First Bt., opp. Nadeau.
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