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tepertofob-ervatlons taken at Loa Angelas,
..ov. B. 1893:
Time. | Bar.
»:O0 «. m.!fS0.18
0:00 p. m.j30.12
Maximum temperature, 09.
Minimum temperature, 48.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather; nearly stationary temperature
Thursday; westerly winds.
Orphans' fair, Armory hall, opens
Monday evening next.
Grand musical treat on opening night
of Orphans' fair at Armory hall next
Mr. and Mra. Frank Holtzlander of
106 South Hill Btreet are the proud
parents of a newly arrived infant aon.
The alarm from box 5 last night waa
cauaed by a brnßh fire on the Eaet Side.
A policeman saw the fire and thought a
bouse waa burning.
There ia a- undelivered telegram at
tbe Weatern Union Telegraph com
pany's office, corner Main and Court
streets, November Bth, for Malcolm
There ia nothing like a quick mail aer
vice. A postal card posted at North
Pomona on Monday reached the Herald
yesterday afternoon. It might have
taken a week if dilatory methods pre
Past Grand Master Workman A. C.
Bane of the A. O. U. W., will deliver a
discourse on Workmanship to tbe mem
bers of tbe order in Los Angelea, at the
Trinity Methodist church, Sunday even
ing, November 19tb.
In an attempt to convey a young bear
home last evening two gentlemen were
thrown from a wagon on Bellevue ave
nue and severely bruised. Their names
could not be ascertained aB they drove
away, bear and all, before the patrol
wagon could arrive on the scene.
Tbe finest musical programme of tbe
season will be given next Monday eve
ning Nov. 13th at Armory Hall. The fol
lowing well known artistß will partici
pate : Mrs. Minnie Hance Owens, Mrs.
Dr. M. M. Kannon, Mise O'Connell, J.
Bond Francisco, Walter C. McQuillan,
and C. 8. Walton. The fair will be form
ally opened by the Hon. Stephen M.
Tbe members of the bar of Loa Ange
lea connty are invited and requeeted to
meet in Department No. 4 of tbe Super
ior court, at the court houße, on Satur
day tho llth day of November, 1893, at
11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of con
eidering, first, whether the vacancy on
the bench Bhould be filled; second, to
recommend an appointee to the gover
nor. F. H. Howard. President Bar
Association, R. H. F. Variel, Albert M.
EgJohn Howard, foreman of the Sixth
street park, called at thia office yester
day in reference to an article which ap
peared in the Hkkalo several days ago
in which the writer censured the style
in which the park was being kept. Mr.
Howard stated tbat he has been told by
competent persona that the park is bet
ter kept now than ever before. The
cause of the numerous leavea on the
lawna is due, he aaya, to tbia Beacon of
the year when the treea ehed tbeir
For Santa Catallna Island.
Steamer saila from Sari Pedro every
Saturday, connecting with morning
trains from Loa Angelea; returning
Monday following. Wilmington Trans.
Co., 130 W. Second at.
ATHLETIC CLUB FIELD DAY.
Borne Lively Foot Races to be Held on
The fall field day of the Athletic club
on Thanksgiving promisee to be the
most successful event of tbe kind ever
beld in tbie section. Tbe programme
baa been selected witb much care and is
compoeed of the most interesting events
of field sports.
The La Crosße game between the
Bivereide and Los Angeleß teams will be
warmly contested and prove most excit
ing. These teams have played very
evenly in their past matches and honors
•re a little in favor of tbe local team.
Besides the bicycle races, the foot
races will be more than usually interest
ing. Besides the old favorites, new men
wiil enter. It is irom the outside towns,
however, that tbe dark horsee are likely
to come. Hoyt of Long Beach is re
ported to be training bard. Tom Mor
ris's trainer was in the city several
days ago and claimed that he had several
individuals in Santa Ana who could be
relied upon to do 100 yards in 10 ! 4'.
Gard and Howard, the old favorites,
will also be on deck and a royal struggle
Look at our windows for bargains in
feats, feathers, ribbona, etc. Money is
scarce yet, and everybody must econo
mize. You can do so by buying your !
millinery at Maker's, 257 South Spring
Bt., cor. Third st.
Off& Vaughn, druggists, corner Fourth
and Spring streets, are authorized to re
fund tbe above in any ease tbat a single
bottle of Smith's Dandruff l'omnde fails
to cure. Never known to fail. Try it.
The public is hereby notified that the under
signed havo sold and transferred to Geo. W.
Maxwell all their interest in the Southern Cali
fornia Directory Company, the said Geo. W.
Maxwell assuming mid agreeing to pay all tho
liabilities of said company.
A. K. CRAWFORD,
WM. C. BURT.
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 8, 1303.
Hair Oooda— Hair Goodo.
In the above line I am selling out below
cost, Any one requiring anything in the above
line will save money by calling at the Surprise
millnery store, 242 South Spring street. A. J.
Kast India Herb Tea Cures
Constipation, bilousness and headache,
cleausesthe system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, makes new hlojd. Entirely vegeta
ble Sample free. 11. M. SAI,K & SON, agents,
220 South Spring street.
A. B. Chapman
Sells the Gienwood ranges and Richmond
ranges, the two best stoves in America. House
hold goods a specialty. 414 8. Spring st.
J. C Cunningham,
Manufacture and denier in truuks and travel
ling bags, 23G8. Spring St. Tel. BIS.
If You Need a Truss
"all at Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
\ fit guaranteed.
Subscribe for mavßzines and papers with
ugstadter, 214 West Second, Hollenbeck
The best and molt healthful beverage
in the market is the world-renowned
Pabat beer. It has no equal. Recog
nized to be the beet brewed. The Pahst
Brewing company of Milwaukee has
taken the first prize in all contests
against all competitors. Ask for the
Blue Ribbon or Export. Germain Frnit
company, sole agents for Southern
California, 218, 220 and 222 North Loa
Angeles street. Telephone 12.
The Davis Sewing Machine campany
with agency at 128 South Main street,
received two of the four gold medals
awarded for sewing machines at the
world's fair. These were on the Vertical
feed and Advance Sewing Machines.
l)r. Rebecca Lee Horsey, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical caeca and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically ÜBed. Consultation hours Ito
5. Telephone 1227.
Go to Ebinger'a restaurant; best
French dinner and order house in the
city. Everything first-class. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget the place, southwest corner
Third and Spring.
If yon want to get a 50-cent meal for
25 cents go to the Cosmopolitan dining
hail, 219 and 221 West Second street,
between Spring and Broadway, next to
Herald office. Shoup & Elliott, pro
Mme. Dv Barry's hair dressing and
manicuring parlors, 249% S. Broadway;
also a select line ">' French toilet prep
arations for the cimplexion. Ladies'
call and see latest t eradicate wrinkles.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located
in the Bryson block. Residence, Baker
block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. Sun
days and evenings by appointment. Of
fice telephone, 1150; residence, 1056.
If you desire to purchase a framed
picture or anything in tbe art line, do
not fail to visit Lichtenberger'e art em
porium, 107 North Main street. Kad
less variety and lowest prices.
Children's school shoes, the largCßt
stock, the best wear and the lowest
prices at the cheapest place on earth lor
hoots and shoes, 118 East First between
Main and Loa Angeleß streets.
Dr. J. E. Cowles, residence, Pacific
Sanitarium, Pico and hope streets; tel
ephone, 138. Office, Wilson block, First
and Spring streets; telepheno, 833; 10 to
12 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Tiie Dewey Gallery, 147 S. Main, first
class cabinets $1 per dozen for 30 days.
Come early so you will not miss this
opportunity. This is no fake. All work
shall be good.
Mr. F. L, Smith, the eloquent evange
list who commences a series of meetings
at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon,
will speak at Simpson church Sunday
The best remedy for irritating bron
chial cough and soreness in the lungs is
Rowe'a Cough Mixture. We recom
mend it. A. E. Littleboy, 311 South
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old ailver at the silversmith's
and draw out new Bpoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Basement Times building.
For pure Sonoma Zinfandel, eweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
F'leur'a, 404-406 N. Los Angeles st. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
War! War! Bijou Studio, 221 S. Spring
st. We meet tbe cut. Cabinet Photos, $i
per doz. Not cheap Main-et, work, but
such as we display.
Come to the old reliable Sunbeam
Studio, 236 and 238 S. Main street, and
get one dozen full length cabinet photos
until further notice for 75 cents.
Elilnore hot springs and hotel, Full
particulars regarding thia famous resort
at the Hammam both;, 230 South Main
atreet, Loa Angeles.
For good meat and sausages of all
kinds, call at Louis Strenber'a. Orderß
promptly attended to. 138 N. Main St.,
Adams Bros., dentista, 239 1 2 South
Sprjng atreet. Painless filling and ex
tracting. The best sets of teeth from $6
We will eend Advance eswing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Lob An
geles. Call or address 128 South Main
Dr. Joaeph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block ; telephone 284.
Dr. K. D. Wiee, office 226 South Spring
Btreet. Office hours from 8 to 10 a.m.
and 3to 5 p.m. Telephone 346.
J. B. Mitchell, attorney-at-law, has
removed from Temple block to 229 Weßt
First street, room 1.
Pianoa for sale, rent, tuning and re-
Dairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Full line of music boxes and holiday
goods at Exton & Cist's, 320 South
Dr. M, Hilton Williame. head, throat
nnd chest dieeaeeß. Office, 137 South
Monthly Gospel meetings at Temper
ance Temple Friday. Everybody in
Robert Sharp or Co., funeral directors
(independent), 536 S, Spring st.; tel. 1029.
All baby photographs taken free today
at the Bon Ton Studio, 452 S. Spring St.
Insure with A. C. Golah, 147 South
Campbells special display. See window
Dr. McCoy, eye, ear, throat, Bryson bk.
Dr. Parry, ear and eye, 131 '.j 8. Spring.
Y. M. C. A. ENTERTAINMENT.
The Young People and Children Ilav.e a
The entertainment by the young peo
ple,under the außpices of trie Ladies'
auxiliary at the V. M. C. A. auditorium,
bad a large attendance.
Many of the youngsters were especi
ally good and were encored and pre
sented with bequete, the little midget
Nellie Wiße making a hit in her eong of
The Man in the Moon. Ethel Levy did
very well aIEO in Thia Little Pig Went
Peariie Gleaeon, while young, ia an
old Lob Angelea favorite, and brought
down the house in her various roles.
The hit of the evening was made by
little Willie Cline, eon of Deputy Sheriff
W. H. Cline, in hia character eong,
When lam Klected to the Senate. This
littl* fellow ia endowed with dramatic
abilif.y of high order, aud his character
and dialect aketcheß are done with vim
rant Star Oyster Co.
Friaßh frozen oystera in bulk 65 centa a
quart, canß 60 cents. Call and be con
vinced that we have the best oysters in
toWn. 244 8. Main st.
For a good table wine.order our Sonoma
Ziufandelatsocper<>al. T. Vache&Co.,
cor. Commercial aad Alemeda. Tel. 309.
Howry oc Breaee. Broadway under
taken. "Independent of the truat."
Los° ANGELES HERALD THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER !>. 1893.
ONLY A LITTLE GAP.
A SHORT PIECE OF SINGLE TRACK
LEFT ON ALAMEDA STREET.
Mayor Rowan Evidently Old Not Know
of the Company's Intention.
The Sltnatlun at
The Southern Pacific's flank move
ment on Alameda street waa atill quite
; generally talked about in the city yea
The neatness and diapatch witb which
1 tbey laid tbe double track from Com
[ morcial street to tbe old San Fernando
! atreet depot is commented upon with
various degrees of hostility, and many
conjectures are ventured aa to their
probable course in trying to close the
gap between Commercial and Fourth
The railroad people continue to assert
that they will not attempt to build this
3400 odd feet surreptitiously, and that
they can not do all that ia necessary to
handle their trains on thedouble t-acks
above and below the gap, even though
the single track remains there. (
Whether tbe company ia sincere in
thia quiescent policy remains to be
seen, but it is a fact that by the work
already accomplishes it will be com
paratively easy for them to overcome
the limitations of the break in the
middle, aa may be seen from the ac
The doiMe track at present end* at the
touthnrst corner of the old depot building !
south, of Commercial street, and the single!
track lies betn-een that point and Fourth
street, where the double track begins again.
The short Bpace of 3400 feet along
which there is still the single track, re
| quires only tbe fraction of a minute for
traina to traverse it, and will not seri
ously inconvenience the handling of the
largest number of trains they run.
The company could not hope now to
secure a franchise to permit the double
tracking of thia missing link, in the
Btate of public opinion, but tbey hope
in time tbe property owners themselves
along the line will say that aa long aa
the reat of tbe atreet baa the two tracka
tbey might aB well let it go aa well.
It ia a very different proposition with
this portion of the street. The atreet
built upon tbe other morning waa in
cluded in their blanket franchise, but
tbia part is not.
Around the city hall yesterday morn
ing it waa not believed that the railroad
company will attempt any more night
track laying at present.
Mayor Rowan was very emphatic in
hia opinion about tbe matter.
"They will not steal a march upon us
again," he said to a reporter. "I cer
tainly should have stopped tbem if I
had had an inkling of what tbey in
tended lo do."
"Do you think an attempt will be
"I cannot tell. But if there should
j be, they will be stopped by force if nec
esaary. The police department hae
been notified and will be ready for any
The mayor doea not think the com-
I pany will proceed to such extremities,
however, to clobo the gap, but thinke
they will make the best of the situation
iaait is and possibly try to procure a
franchise at some future time, when
there would be more chance of securing
it than at present.
Tbe injunction against the company's
proceeding further asked for, Messrs.
; Collins, Workman, Downey and others
| wi[l take the matter into the courts.
Use German Family Soap.
STBABNS—In this city, Nov. Bth,
B. Steams, aged 72 years, beloved mother
of Mrs. M. J. Frlck, Mrs. E. T. Wrisht
Mrs. Maude Crandell and Mr, W. B Nich
Funeral services will be held at her late res
ide nee, ;>3O Court street. Fridar, Nov lOih at
10 a.m. Friends arc invited.
WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO
} »— -■— yvoTQ. — ~*^J *'
TOR FINK PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK; also, first premiums above all competitors at fair held
Oeiober, lrt!(2, and at all pre. ious exhibits wherever work was entered for competition in the
state. Largest and most complete photographic studio in Southern California. All the latest
styles aud designs used.
IQT NORTH SPRING ST. II 2Dm
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
DR. J. P. TUDOR, Manager.
RUBBER PLATES—UPPER OR LOWER:
First Grade, ¥3.00. Second Grade, Sttt.oO.
Third Grade, 835.00.
\ j Cement Fillings SOc to 78c
Aluminum Plates $10.00 to $15.00 Teeth eztraoted for 25c.
Porcelain Crown*.... 2.60 to 3.00 Painless, extraction by any anaesthetic de
void Crowns 6.00 to 7.00 sired.
Gold fillings From $1.50 up Th- administration of gas a specialty.
Stiverar Asaalgan Silllnga... SOeto 1.00 4VAiI viae* guarantied.
THE iUDOR DENTAL CO, No "WSaMqj**
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
THOSE LITTLE BILLS.
D. K. TRASK AND L. R. PATTY RE-
PEAT THEIR DEMANDS.
The Junketing Member! or tho Board of
Education Preparing for Another
Legal Fight ror Their Trav
The board of education does not pro
pose to allow City Auditor Teale to re
main in possession of tbe battlefield if
they can help it.
Profiting by their experience with
Judge Van Dyke in his rejection of the
claims of the junketing committee, new
demands bave been prepared to be pre
sented to the auditor for registration.
Tbey were all ready to be sent down
yesterday afternoon, but failed to reach
the auditor's office before closing time.
Tbe demands of L. R. Patty and C. T.
Pepper are for $46.60 and itemized ; that
of Dammar K. Track is for $42 05, and
not itemized so much. The items of
railroad fare to San Fraucieco and back,
hotel bills, etc., are not given in Mr.
Accompanying each demand ie an
affidavit, very long and very technical,
in which it ia stated that the demands
are for expenßea incurred as members of
a committee appointed by the board to
inapect the systems of heating and ven
tilation in uae in school buildings in the
ttate, and to report upon tbe same as
per resolution of the board.
THE CONGREGATION AH STS.
They Are Holdlnjr Their SavruUi Au
The General Congregational asaocia
tion of Southern California ia holding
its seventh annual meeting at the Pil
grim church at Pomona. Hiett'tend
ance waa large, and great interest waa
shown in the proceedings.
The programme waa as follows:
9:00—11 a f hoir prayer meeting. Bey. 0. W.
0 :30—Organtzattr n.
)o:-0—woman's buard of missions of the Pa
cific. >outhern branca.
I0:30-Chris'ian literature for the home,
Rev. S. A. ix oi ton.
11:30— Greeting! from o.her ecclesiastical
X pjrtsof d.legates to other bodief.
A FTEKNOON. .
2:ol—Our temoerance wurk; report of com
mittee, Key r. K. P. Abbot;.
2:3o—fuuday school: r-purt of committee
Address by ±tev. U P. Date, dupt. d. 8. work.
3:3o—statu of religion iv on; cuurcbes; turn
m ry of lepnria, Key. W. N. iturr.
7:31)— rJou.e mi'slonary anniversary; reports
by home Bft.eelo 1 sum'iintend.'ut and others.
Addrrts Dy Rev. William Kincaid, l>. D, of
Ne * York.
Sold by Druggists or sent by moil. 25C..G0C*.
and $1.00 per package. Samples free.
Wtffc "Bf tfr> Tho Favorite TOOTH rCYnfflS
JW "V forthaTeeth and llrjath.Kxs.
Sold by C. F. Heiazemin. 222 N. Main st.
LV BUYING GO 3DS OF—
THE CASH GROCERS,
216 and 218 S. Spring St.
Choice Tib.c Delicacies, Bed Rock
Prices, 1 ourteous Attention
16 lbs GrannHt'd Migar $1 00
1 lb Price's Baking Powder 45
1 lb Royal Baking Powder 45
1 lb Cleveland Baking Powder 45
5 lbs Rice for 25
City Flour, per sack .. 80
choice Northern Flour 1 00
4 lbs New Prunes 25
li Ib. Oat or W heat Flake 25
Imp>rted Sardines 18
Monroe Milk 10
Try our unrivaled half-dollar "Spider
Leg Tes. Also our excellent high gratle
Hyson, Jap and Formosa Oolong T*a«, and
the famous Chase & Sinborn Coffees, the
best in tbe world. All goods first-class at
Hanna & Bureh,
Sl6-218 8. Spring: St.
HE WANTED TO DIE.
IN HIS ENDEAVOR-?*TO DO SO HE
CUT HIS THROAT.
J. A. Bhull of Kaneae Haoke at Hlm
eelf Until He Xc Jailed Up
on a Charge of
The crank season has strnck Lob An
gelea witb a vim. The moat interesting
variety harvested by the police yester
day was a demented creature with a
notion in bis befuddled brain that he
wanted to die. He not only wanted to
die, but wanted to die hard.
When Officer Woodward rushed into
J. A. sbull's room, at 261',. South Loa
Angeleß atreet, yeaterday morning, be
found the occupant yelling for somebody
to kill him. He had undertaken the job
himself, but bad failed.
Blood, spurting red blood, waa every
where. Shull had attempted to cat his
throat and had only aucceeded in hack
ing himself on tbe left aide of tbe neck.
He wrß conveyed to the station and
attended by Police Surgeon Bryant, after
which he waß taken to tbe county jail.
A charge of insanity will probably be
placed against him.
Shull is anid to be a recent arrival
from Katieaß. Upon hia person waa
found a certificate of deposit on a
Bakersfield bank 1 for fc.T>.
Neuralgic beadaohea promptly cured by
Bromo Seltser—trlai bottle 10 eta.
Has Juit Received a Large Stock of ▼
! LADIKS' EMB. SILK WRAPPER? |
! GENTi' EMB. SILK SOWN! |
! AND SMOKING JACKETS !
$ The bst combinations we have ever X
J had at low figures. Alio a full line of T
t JAPANESE HEMP and . ♦
♦ - • - COTTON RUGS. |
» Sizes run from 2x3 to 12x15 feet. *
♦ The be»t rug for the money. ?
I KAN-KOO. !
X 110 S. fpring it, Opp. Nadeau HoteL *
4> 10-8 3m «,
128 IsTOE-TII ST.
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
[ESTABLISHED 188(1 ]
tvminul wea&ricss, impoiency, eic., inducing
some of the following symptoms, as dlzzinem,
confcireloii of Idea*. d«-f«cMve memory,
arerilon to society, blotch***., emlrtAlonut
•xliMuntloni. varicocele, etc., are perma
Ut<IN%ICV. KinNKY and KLADDKK
aa—■■■■ ■■ —i i ■ ma ■ in i
trauolcH, wcai Lack, incontinence, gonorrhea,
gleet, stricture *nd ail unnatural discharges
are fjuicky and perfectly cured.
SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS,
causing ulcers, erupiont, swelling In groins,
sore throat, fa.Ung hair, and other symptoms
are removes and all poison permanently erad
icated from the system.
IV Treatment at office or by express. AU
letters strictly confidential.
. to Order
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S-Atonc r 0 g y Gom6 ro THE TAI LOR
312 S. SPRING ST.,
Just Below Tuiri
VILLE tgf PARIS,
Branch of San Francisoo House.
AT OUR NEW BROADWAY STORE IN THE POTOMa| <
BLOCK we have a full line of
BLACK DRESS GOODS'
"Knock-about" Black English Serge Stabylis Dye, 75c. per
yard and upward.
Black Broadcloth Suiting, $1.25 to $5 per yard.
Handsomely-embroidered Black Pattern Dresses, $20 and
Priestley's celebrated Black Dress Goods in choice variety
Black Silk Mixed Fancy Suits, Priestley's Nun's Veiling Wool" •
and Silk and Wool, with and without borders, $1 to $3 per yarfc-
mmT GOODS DELIVERED IN PASADENA FREE OP CHARGE.
VILLEI PARIS. :
0, VKRDIER & CO., tj
223 S. BROADWAY.
St.* 'aMflWffl^f ■ Large end tunny room", I |
Sg£. BB Hf' - ,ul,e nnd s'ngle, for fainl
«• Hi iHnlgtfflSljffl llee and tranalonia.
■fatal Sanitary plumolng and all 1
a^ l "»" , ' ,^, ™ , " ,^,^,^^^, Preprietor aid laaictr?
Hotel Terracina. :
JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moun
tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Sea
CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop.
WM. M. TISDALE, Manager. „. I<tm ,
T THE HOLLENBECK;
Best Appointed Hotel in
Ulffl \ American and European Plans.
' A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
ALBERT J. PARTRIDGE, '
FASHIONABLE TAILOR '
T O 128 W. SECOND ST.
tyj'/ Where he will bo pleasod to meet all customers.
*- 1 J »Ht Received, a Large stock of
" ■ ■ Kali and Winter Konda.
.^=S3=s— • 138 w second ST., NEAR SPRING.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
LACE AND SILK CURTAINS, j
PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS,
WINDOW SHADES, 6L
BH7-H3H 841 SOU TH SPRING STREET.
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