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SOCIAL WHIRL. A Busy Week All Over the City. Record of the Events in Various Circles. Beceptions, Weddings ami Several Surprise Parties. Entertainments, Hops at the Sea-Shore, Concerts, Musicales, Card Parties and Other Events. Mr. and Mrs. J. AY. Robinson enter tained a few friends at their handsome home on Beaudry Heights, Wednesday evening. Invitations are out for a social and dance in Elks' hall for Friday evening, May 30th, under the auspices of the A. O. F. of A. society. The ladies composing the board of the Flower Festival Society will give a pub lic reception at the flower festival home on June 4th, from 2 to 5. The S. M. Club listened to a very good Erogramme last Monday evening. Mrs. arrabee and Miss Dorsey were in charge of the entertainment. The participants in the Boyle Heights Deesirick Skule entertainment about ten days ago were entertained by C. C. Mc- Comas on Friday evening. On Thursday evening Miss Garcia was tendered a surprise party by her friends, who assembled at her residence to cele brate her birthday anniversary. A reception was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. P. Bresee yesterday afternoon, at the residence of Mrs. Austin, in Santa Monica, which was largely attended by friends of both parties. The Social Neighbors Literary Society Thursday night presented a farce en titled, Marrying a Poetess, together with other literary exercises, in their hall, on the corner of Washington street and Central avenue. A whist club has been formed, with the following members : Misses Wilson, Ida M. White, Daisy King, Mr. and Mrs. Loveday, Misses Mitchell and Baker, Gregory Perkins, Jr., Godfrey Birdsall, Preston Ware Orem, Mr. Lantz and Sam Mitchell. The "Songs of the Centuries" will be given at Simpson M. E. church on Wed nesday evening. Among those who will take part are Mrs. Mollie Adelia Brown, Mr. Osgood, Miss Kimball, Mr. Walton, Mrs. Catching, Mr. J. C. Dunster and Miss Berryman. Mrs. S. Hellman gave a dinner party Tuesday evening at her home, No. 415 South Broadway, in honor of the birth day of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. M. S, Hellman. Only the relatives and im mediate friends of the families were present. A guitar and banjo club has been formed with the following members: Misses A. Desmond, J. Shields, A. Loomis, M. Loomis, M. A. Irev, Mrs. C. A. Warner, Mrs. J. E. Rebard, Mrs. C. S. De Lano; Messrs. L. G. Le Sage, T. L. Stassforth, D. C. Burney and C. S. De Lano. Percy Bonebrake, son oi Major George H. Bonebrake, had a birthday party on Saturday, May 17th : The guests were : Misses ' Ethel Allen, Bessie Kussell, Mary Monroe, Bessie Marvel, Marie Glasgow, Adelle Hanbrook and Masters Austin, Will Fisher, Clarence Butler, Fred Schumacher and Marvel. A Box Party. An enjoyable box surprise party was given last Monday evening at the resi dence of Mr. John Hunt, 537 Jefferson street. About twenty couples partici pated. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Morse, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Botello, Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Shoul ters, Mr. G. Whomes, Miss Niece, Mr. B. Whomes, Miss Wyndhein, Mr. Guy Bedford, Miss Shoulters, Miss Lulu Hunt, and many others. Picnic at Devil's Gate. Mr. and Mrs. Zobelein gave a picnic Sunday, May 18th, at Devil's Gate, in which their many friends took part. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Zobelein, Mr. and Mrs. Luentezel, Mr. and Mrs. Sacarize, Miss Alvina Peschke, Mrs. Lulu and Margarite Paynter, Miss Maria and Emma Knowles, Miss Ma thilda and Rosie Zobelein. Among the gentlemen were Mr. J. Zobelein, Mr. J. Laventhal, Mr. Thomas Romer, Mr. H. Strong. All those present had a most enjoyable time. The Davis Party. Miss Ethel Davis gave a birthday party on Saturday evening, the 17th inst, at 130 San Julian street. Miss Davis was assisted in receiving her friends by her sister, Claudie Davis. Among those present were Misses Katie Maxey, Mary Baily, Minnie Parkinson, Alice "McDonald, L. Patton, Leona Sim mons, Jennie Patton, Ethel, Claudie and Mattie Davis, Mrs. H. Davis, Harry Davis, Jr., Wallace Maxey, H. C. Sim mons, J. G. Winer, M. J. Mackey and Master Arthur Mcintosh. The Hartwell Surprise. A surprise party was given to Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell, "who reside on Pearl street, near Seventh, last Tuesday night. Among those present were: Dr. and Mrs. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Whitson, Mr. and Mrs. Quackenbush, Mr. and Mrs. San derson, Mrs. Fitch and daughter, Mrs. Rickey, Mrs. J. Simmons, of San Fran cisco, Mrs. C. C. Mason, of Santa Fe Springs, Mrs. Sproul, of Fullerton, Mrs. Hattie Alexander, Mrs. Tarble, Mrs. Elizabeth Biles, Mrs. Amy C. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Barrett and Mrs. Agnes Gelcich. A Kedondo Hop. A merry party of about thirty young ladies and gentlemen, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Melius and Mr. and Mrs. Holderhoff, left this city in a spe cial car for Redondo Beach on Tuesday evening last, and spent a most enjoyable time at the Redondo hotel. On arrival at their destination the party were en tertained at dinner, after which an ad journment was made to the ball-room. Dancing commenced at 10 o'clock to the music of an excellent band,furnished for THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 2G, 1890. the occasion, and with the exception of an interval for supper at 11 o'clock, the night was devoted to Terpsichore, the party returning on the early morning tiain. Among the visitors who watched the dancers from the gallery of the ball room were C. P, Huntington, C. F. Crocker and party. The party consisted of the following: The Misses Mullins, Stoneman, Hurd, Sanderson, Cole, Pat ton, Wilson, Butler, Banning, Dunn and Howell; Messrs. Patton, McDonald, Betts, H. Banning, Captain W. Banning, W. Cole, S. Cole, Schumacher, Baldwin, Hunter, Hardee, Bishop and Hannon. Illinois Social. An immense audience, comprising people from nearly all portions of the Union, gathered in Illinois hall on Fri day evening and enjoyed one of the best entertainments yet given by the Illinois Association. The programme preceding and following the social intercourse was as follows: Music, Illinois orchestra; piano duet, Misses Agnes and Kate Ward; vocal duet, Eugene Kohler and Carrie Wagner; instrumental, Prof. A. G. Gardner; vocal, Frank Fanning; in strumental, orchestra; mind reading, Prof. Kellogg; song, J. li. Toler; vocal duet, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fanning; vocal solo, Miss Mamie Stevenson ; song, Pearlie Gleason; closing music, or chestra. Progressive Angling Party. A progressive angling party was given at the rooms of W. F. Wordholdt and A. Schwann, in the Cohen block during the week. The first ladies' prize was won by Miss M. Engelbrath, and the ladies' booby prize by Miss Mabel Ling. The first gentle men's prize was won by Joe R. Hyans, and the booby prize by E. G. Taylor. Among those present were : Mrs. J. R. Chalmers, Miss Adele Vignes, Miss Julia Vignes, Miss Mabel Ling, Miss M. Engelbrecht, Miss Ella Pearson, Miss Ida Ward and Miss Bertha Penning; Messrs. Geo. Weinshank, Frank Quinn, Joe R. Hyans, E. Ganahl, E. G. Taylor, Eugene W. Taylor, J. K. Chalmers and Adolph Rivera. Progressive angling was kept up till 10 o'clock, after which refreshments were served, and dancing followed till the early morn. The Chesterfield Club went to Re dondo Beach on Friday evening, to at tend the hop at the hotel. They char tered a special train, and arrived about 8 o'clock on the beach. Altogether over twenty couples gathered in the ball room, and with dancing the evening was enjoyably spent. The young folks were chaperoned by Mrs. Dr. J. S. Owens, Mrs. T. J. Carran, Mrs. Chase, Mrs. E. P. Chalfant and Mrs. Fair. Among those present were Misses Orr, Carran, Chanslor, Tonner, Bonebrake, Tufts, Dewey, Menifee, Veazie, Henderson, Jordan, Culver, Forrester; Mesdames T. J. Carran.-J. S. Owens, E. P. Chal fant, Chase and J. Chanslor; Messrs. Chanslor, Chase, Chalfant, Allen, Tufts, Dupuv, Lawrence, Nottman, Nordlinger, Bush, Marco Hellman. Tom Mott, Off, Forrester, Hanna, Collins, Fleishman, Hall. The "O. K'a." The "O. K." Whist Club met on Wed nesday evening last at the residence of Mr. and Mr. Frank Rader, on Jefferson street. The club consists of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Weldon, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wood worth, Major and Mrs. E. E. Danforth, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. DeCamp.Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Teed, Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Small, and Mrs. Frank Rader. This being the second evening of the second series, the question of prizes could not be deter mined, but the interest manifested by the members shows a great rivalry for' supremacy. After the usual number of hands, the genial hostess brought forth a goodly offering of the substantialities of life, which were absorbed by the as sembled O. K.-ists con mucho gusto. Along at the further end of the evening the party dispersed to their various homes, while the grateful recollection of a' happy evening spent will dwell in their minds forevermore. The next meeting of the club will be held June 4th at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Woodworth, on Figueroa street. The Berg iMugicale. Last Thursday evening a select audi ence attended the pleasant musicale given by Prof. Berg and his pupils, assisted by Prof. A. G. Gardner, Mrs. Sellereheidt and Mr. Louis Yon Hole, at j his studio in the Charnock block. The following numbers were excellently rendered: "March del Wichtelmanner" (eight hands, two pianos), Misses Lolita Walker, Leoti McKee, Birdie Weir and Mr. Robert Law, Jr.; "Merry Wives of Windsor" (Nicolai), Misses Clara Flem ming and Lolita Walker; violin solo, "La Favorite" (De Berriot), Prof. A. G. Gardner; piano solo, "Am Lorry Fels" (J. Raff), Miss Clara Flemming; bari tone solo, selected, Mr. Louis Yon Hofe ; piano solo, "Last Hope" (Gottsehalk), Miss Birdie Weir; "Rhapsodic Hon groise" (Fr. Liszt), eight hands, Misses I Lolita Walker, Leoti McKee, Birdie Wier and Mr. Robert Law, Jr.; violin solo, "Robert le Diable" (Alard), Prof. A. G. Gardner and Mrs. M. Sellar cheidt, accompanist; piano solo, "Night ingale (Liszt), Miss Lolita Walker; bari tone solo, selected, Mr. Louis Yon Hofe; concert piece for two pianos (Schulhoff), Prof. Berg and Miss Lolita Walker; "Tannhauser March" (Wagner), eight hands, Misses Leoti McKee, Lolita Walker, Birdie Weir and Mr. Robert Law, Jr. The Silent Reception. Mrs. Charles Silent gave a reception at her residence on Figueroa street on Wednesday last. Among those who paid their respects to Mrs. Silent were: Mrs. F. K. Ainsworth, Mrs. H. T. Lee, Mrs. J. S. Owens, Mrs. S. O. Houghton, Mrs. J. 11. Utley, Mrs. Hubbell, Mrs. J. Wigmore, Mrs. I. W. Hellman, Mrs. R. H. Howell, Mrs. T. A. Lewis, Mrs. E. A. Preuss, Mrs. A. C. Hamilton, Mrs. Gen. Stoneman, Mrs. Elder kin, Mrs. N. R. Vail, Mrs. Hugh Vail, Mrs. J. C. Merrill, Mrs. E. B. Millar, Mrs. Wm. l'ridham, Mrs. J. B. Lankershim, Mrs. H. K. Bai ley, Mrs. J. J. Melius, Mrs. T. B.Brown, Mrs. O. H. Churchill, Mrs. D. McFar land, Mrs. R. J. Northam, Mrs Van Dyke, Mrs. J. E. Plater, Mrs. Doria Jones, Mrs. A.D.Childress, Mrs. M. H. Brandt, Mrs. Ira O. Smith, Mrs. W. 8. Moore, Mrs. C. E. Thorn, Mrs. J. O. Wheeler, Mrs. John Haynes, Mrs. J. R. Smith, I Mrs. E. J. Gorham, Mrs. C. Munhall, Mrs. E. F. Spence, Mrs. Alex. Campbell, Mrs. H. J. Fleishman, Mrs. J. S. Ward, Mrs. P. W. Ross, Mrs. S. M. White, Mrs. B. W. Lee, Mrs. H. yon Leek, Mrs. D. G. Stevens, Mib. H. L. McNeil, Mrs. G. G. Mullins,Mrs. Harrington Brown, Mrs. R. M. Widney, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. F. H. Shoemaker, Mrs. L. C. Goodwin, Mrs. R. C. Flournoy, Mrs. J. A. Graves, Mrs. Phineas Banning, Mrs. Roland Bishop, Mrs. M. S. Severance, Mrs. J. M. Van Nuys, Mrs. A. Branson, Mrs.Childs, Mrs. E. Bouton, Mrs. H. K. S. O'Melveny, Mrs. John Mansfield, Mrs. S. R. Mc- Conned, Mrs. J. AY. MeKinley, Mrs. W. P. Gardiner, Mrs. A. E. Pomeroy, Mrs. Carroll W. Gates, Mrs. S. B. Caswell, Mrs. J. S. Vosburg, Mrs. J. S. Slauson, Mrs. G. AY. King, Mrs. Fremont, Mrs. W. L. Hughes, Mrs. M. S. Baker, Mrs. Forman, Mrs. W. H. Seamans, Mrs. W. J. Volkmar, Mrs. Strong, Mrs. Chas. Mills, Mrs. Deacon C. Hough, Mrs. Ar thur S. Bent, Mrs. J. A. Wills, Mrs. AVaddilove, Mrs. Cornelius Cole, Mrs. Chas. de Szigethv, Mrs. C. H. Hance, Mrs. 11. W. O'Melveny, Mrs. E. 11. San derson, Mrs. J. W. AVachtel.Mrs. AY. W. Ross, Mrs. A. Bancroft, Mrs. J. F. Ellis, Mrs. Juana Neal, Mrs. Alfred 11. Acker man, Mrs. R. C. Whiting, Mrs. J. F. God frey, Mrs. W. F. Edgar, Mrs. A. L. Lan kershim, Mrs. T. W. T. Richards, Mrs. F. G. Gephard, Mrs. Bovard, Mrs. 11. E. Hills. Mrs. I. Fellows, Mrs. J. T. Shew ard, Mrs. J. Deßarth Shorb, Mrs. B. D. Wilson, Mrs. William Allen, Mrs. ■ Wil liam M. Friesner, Mrs. Charles Prager, Mrs. Joseph Hannon, Mrs. C. J. Ellis, Mrs. R. M. Poindexter, Mrs. E. W. Jones, Mrs. Damron, Mrs. Albert Mc- Farland, Mrs. W. H. Bonsall, Mrs. J. F. Lowell, Mrs. T. D. Mott, Mrs. Lowell, Mrs. J. L. Parmalee, Mrs. Ogier, Mrs. I. H. Polk, IVJrs. W. R. Stewart, Mrs. J. E. Cook, Mrs. M. J. Elliott, Mrs. J. R. Du puy, Mrs. Lyman Stewart, Mrs. James Foord, Mrs. J. P. Widney, Mrs. M. J. Newhall, Mrs. T. L. Winder, Mrs. God frey llolterhoff, Jr., Mrs. E.R.Rowring, Mrs. 11. L. Flash, Mrs. J. Yon Schmidt, Mrs. Schumacher, Mrs. Hancock John son, Mrs. E. F. C. Klokke, Mrs. T.C.Sev erance, Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. Joe Ranning, Mrs. J.F. Crank, Mrs. Poindexter Dunn, Mrs. Wheatley, Mrs. Sabichi, Mrs. J. Goldsworthy, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Shorb, Mrs. Obear, Misses Goldsworthy, Hoyt, J. B. Hills, A. E. Widney,Patton, Annie 0. Smith, Glassed, McLellan, Seymour, Mary Obear, Lucy McConnell, Tubbs, Adelaide Brown, Houghton, Howell, Hood, Stoneman, Elderkin, Vail, Northam, C. Jones, Smith, Ward, Mullins, Banning, Childs, Fremont, Foordman, Seamans, Strong, Wills, Waddilove. Cole, Sanderson,O'Melveny, Neal, Creighton, Gebhardt, Fellows, Shorb, Wilson, Newlands, Allen, Louise Jones, Annie Smith, Towel], Dupur, Wheatle, Gorham, Merrill, Mile's, Tantau, Klokke, Dunn. The Olio Club. The Olio Club, of East Los Angeles, gave a ball on Wednesday evening, which was one of the most enjoyable affairs of the season. Among those ■ present were : Frank Mitchell, W. E. Garey, Miss W. Garey, Mrs. 11. R. Hen derson, L. J. Harris, Afiss A. Mitchell, J. H. Foss, Miss A. Foss, J. F. Jewitt, Miss 11. Sens, V.. C. Clarke, Miss Carrie Adam, F. J. Roller, Eugene Koliler, Miss Nellie Stovell, Miss May Alvord, MissJ. Roher, Miss F. Reynolds, Mrs. H. M. Judd, G. I). Hufford, Miss E. Baldwin, Miss Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. 1. K. Lapp, Mrs. C. Johnson, Mrs. A. AY. AVilson, Miss AVilson, Miss Jessie Blackman, G. AY. Aylsworth, Miss Bes sie Aylsworth, Miss Ferguson, Otto Weid, Miss E. Sutter, Homer Lapp, Miss Lena Loiseau, Colonel Shaw and Mrs. Shaw, J. M. Brooks, T. R. Launin, A. AY. Jones, Frank Strahorn, Miss Alice Finnall, O. H. Mason and Mrs. Mason, H. C. Litchtenberger, Miss Clara Kuck, Miss Holts, C. F. Johnson, Dave Burke, Mr. AVannop, Miss E. M. Volkman, Miss Lena Franck, Miss Die trie, Miss Clara King, L. C. Preston, C. M. Clark, Messrs. Gast, Massag, F. J. Dverand wife, Mr. AVeber, J. F. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Merrill, A. T. Arkills and Miss Kelley, W. E. Hopperstead, Fred Holmes, Hoist Price, AY. H. Har ris, J. Marion Brooks, H. AY. Cowles and wife, George Ragland, E. C. Clark, L. F. Shepard and Miss Somerville, Mr. Slupe, Miss Winnie Connor, Charlie McKeag and Miss Young, Nels McNeal and John AVard AVoodward. The Elliott Surprise. Friends of Miss Kate Elliott tendered her a surprise party at the residence of her parents, in Santa Monica, last Sat urday evening, on the occasion of her birthday. The party was a com plete surprise, and a very pleasant evening was passed in sociability, games, etc. Among those participating were: Archie Johnson, Claud Shekels, Bert Van Allen, Walter Jones, Frank Jones, B. D. Saunders, Will Hart, W. Jackson, T. Busier, Smith Scott ; Annie Suits, Miss Scott, Pearl Grimes, the Misses Walker, Maria Kenedy, Miss Jones, Amy Saunders, Florence Saun ders, Grace "Elliott, Mollie Elliott, Nellie Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. Elliott. THEIR METHODS CONDEMNED. An Open Letter to Mr. Clarkson by a Republican. A Los Angeles man writes the follow ing letter to Mr. Clarkson, first-assistant postmaster-general, appearing in the New York World April 20, 1800: Dear Sir —I see it quoted in a re putable eastern daily that the removals thus far by this administration number about 38,000. In an other column of the same paper the startling announcement is made that you have thus far removed 34,000 fourth-class postmasters. Perhaps even this assumption of seventeen-nine teenths of the reins of government (as at present understood) would not have im pelled me to write this letter had you not allowed your axe to fall so near home. Among the heads that have recently dropped into your basket is that of Rob ert B. Nathan, postmaster at Azusa, Los Angeles county, Cal., who was ap pointed alxmt twenty-one months ago by your predecessor, Don M. Dickinson. The younger democrats and the leading republicans stood sponsor for Mr. Nathan as against the old-tim ers, represented by the post master then In office. Mr. Na than's bondsmen were republicans, and 00 per cent, of the patrons of the office not long ago petitioned you for his retention. lie has made an exemplary official, being an educated and honorable man, well qualified for the position. In the face of all this you have appointed to succeed him a man who neither con tributed one dime nor uttered one word for the success of our party, and it is a question as to how he cast his last vote. Now, had it been necessary or eveji expedient to have made a change in our office how much more excusable it would have been had you appointed another applicant, a veteran and a grand army brother of yours. This would, at least, have been some mitigation for your action, and there would have been some semblance of party consistency in it. All these facts were laid before you, but, no doubt, in your great decapitation act you have neither time nor inclination to inquire into the separate merits of the dif ferent applicants. All that seems to con cern you is the fact that the head that falls is a democrat's. If it was at the dictation of our senile and Mexico absorbing congressman, General Wil liam Vandever, that you gave your axe an extra sharpening in order to aid that legislator to obtain a renomination, you both have certainly counted without your host, as even were that honor se cured it would result in the election of a democrat to succeed him. If you will exercise your memory you will "find that, it was this wholesale" re moval of competent officials for factional partisan purposes that gave birth to the "mugwumps" and elected Cleveland, a comparatively unknown man, over America's greatest statesman, James G, Blame, in 1884. Now, I cannot believe, although it is confidently asserted in some quarters, that one so conscien tious as President Harrison elevated you to your present position for the purpose of doing the administration's dirty work, nor do I believe that your promiscuous guillotining meets even the approval of the head of your depart ment, as Mr. Wanamaker has let it be understood that he intends to carry out the civil-service plank in our national platform. The postmaster-general is an honorable man, and the records show that he, together with the rest of the administration, has thus far only availed himself of two-nineteenths of the "public cribs," while you have wallowed in the re mainder. As a politician, when the boot was on the other leg, you helped denounce the Cleveland administration for its disregard of civil service reform, while now, in dead men's shoes, you make such reform a mockery. "Oh, consistency, thou art a jewel." Regardless of another tenet of the party of Lincoln, viz., home rule, you make appointments in conflict with the wishes of republican constituents at your own or political favorites' dictation. "Were the balance of the administration guilty of such practices, it is a question whether the republican party would ever survive another election. The "bloody shirt" has lost its efficacy as a battle standard, both parties are divided on the tariff question, and there is no other distinct issue before the people than this one of civil service reform. How can we conscientiously ask the support of intelligent voters for another trial when, through such self-seeking officials as you, the records show us in such a black light even before this ad ministration has lived out half its term? Have you no regard for the future suc cess of our party, or are you one of those who with Flanagan, of Texas, want to know "what we are here for," and are making the best of it while it lasts? As 1592 is near, dear General, it behooves you to "look a leedle out," or you may again be compelled to resort to private life, as most of those who were instrumental in elevating you and others are by nature and choice best fitted. \ v ery respectfully, Henry C. Roberts. Azusa, Cal., March 29, 1890. The Very Latest Is the "Condensed Coffee" made by the new fac tory at Buena Park. Only boiling water re quired to make a cup of delicious coffee in a few seconds. This is a new and unique prepa ration. All the grocery stores have il. No sediment. No waste. Try it. 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Spring st. maSS-lm HtTpOH SALT LAKE CITY ! —EXCURSIONS will leave Los Angeles every Tuesday via Southern Pacific and Rio Grande Western kail way for Salt Lake City and all points east. These excursions, will be' provided with all the conveniences of modern Pullman tourist cars. Call on or address WILLIAM HIXON, Excur sion Agent, 138 S. Spring st., Los Angeles. mu2i-3m 1)1111.l.IPS'S WEEKLY EXCURSIONS T() THE A cast leave Los Angeles Every Thursday. Pullman Tourist Sleepers, fully equipped, are run through to Boston. Oilice, NO. 140 N. SPRING ST. a27-tf URLINGTON ROUTE EXCURSIONS every Thursday. T. H. DUZAN, agent, 120 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. mal-lm SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL competitors, both in time and distance, to all points East. Special tourist excursions East every THURSDAY. For full information, ap ply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A. WARNER, Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring. mltf OCX ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS VIA Denver and Rio Grande R'y, "The Scenic Line ol the World," leave Los Angeles every Tuesday via Salt Lake and Denver. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars fully and elegantly equipped. Solid Vestibule trains between Den ver, kansas City, Council Bluffs and Chicago. Magnificent dining and free reclining chair cars. For rates and sleeping reservations, call or address F. W. THOMPSON, Agent, 138 South Spring st. m2-10m \\TALTERS'S SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER II sonally conducted to all points East with out change. 110 N. Spring st. ma2s-tf PHYSICIANS. DR. JOHN W. REESE, OFFICE, 107W N. i Spring st. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., ito4 and 7 to 9 p. m. m23tl A S. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN. l\m 355 V..5. Spring St., cor. Fourth St. Electrical 1 treatment, baths and massage. ml-3m DR. G. DEL AMO, 511 N. MAIN STREET, Plaza house; oilice hours, 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4 p. m. mal-lm* [ REBECCA LEE DORSEY, M. D. OFFICE No. 7U N. Main st. Special attention given to obstetrics, gynecology and diseases of : children. Hours '9 to 11 a", m. and 2to4p. m. Telephone 513. m2-tf DR. ELIZABETH A. FOLLANSBEE, OFFICE 1 and residence, 340 S. Broadway; office , hours, Irom 11:30 a. in. to 2:30 p.m. Tele- Dhone737. m24tf | DR. DARLING, OCULIST AND AURIST, Office 229 W. First st. Office hours, 9 a.m. | to 4p. m. mltf d&w . RS. DR. MINNIE WELLS, FIRST LADY licentiate of Kentucky; 9 years' successful practice in this city in diseases of women; has i in connection with her practice electro-thermal : baths. Oflice 502 S. Broadway, cor. Fifth st. ; mlstf CI IIAS. W. BRYSON, M. D—DISEASES OF J women a specialty. S. Spring St., i rooms 2 and 3. Telephone, office, 796; resi j denee, 798. mlltf DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN ST. Oflice hours: 11 to 12 a. m., 4to 6 and 7 ; to 9 p. in. ma26-tf DR. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF women a specialty; rectal diseases treated by the Brinkcrhoff painless system; office, 1 corner Main and Seventh sts., Roharts block, j m!6tf R. C. E. CLA OIL'S HAS REMOVED HIS office from 75 N. Spring to 41 S. Spring st. ! Hours, from 11 a. m. to 2 p.m. Specialty— 1 Sexual and skin diseases, chronic diseases in general. m24tf HOMEOPATHISTS. O S. SALISBURY, M. D., HOMOEOPATH IST. Oflice, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build ing, cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 648 IS. Pearl st. Oflice hours, 11 a. mto3p. m. Tel ephone Nos.: Oflice, 597; residence, 577. _ m24-tf RS. BEACH & BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, Bto 12 m., 1 to 4 and 6toBp. m. Dr. Bovn ton's residence, 735 Olive St. ml9tf ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D., HOMEOPATHIST. Office hours, 11 to 12 a. m., 2t05 p. m. Office, Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' building, Los Angeles, Cal. Residence, 508 South Main St. mO-tf SHO RTHANd 7 TYPEWRIf 1N TELEGRA phv. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, 126 W. First St., the'only school in the city in which these arts are taught by competent gentlemen, skilled in their profession. Terms moderate. ELIAS LONGLEY, 30 years a reporter, W. H. WAGNER, stenographer and telegrapher. nil-Om ACADEMY OF IMMACULATE HEART, PICO Heights—The scholastic year comprises two sessions of five months each. The first session commences on the Ist of Sept. and the second on the Ist of Feb. Pupils are re ceived at any time. For particulars apply on the premises. ml 5m HE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES have opened a boarding and select day school at Ramona, Cal.; the site of the'institu tion is unequaled; the course of instruction is of the highest grade. Address for terms SR. SUPERIOR. f25-llm lOSI OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND j English Training School, new number, 144 S. Main St. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. a22tf OCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL, O Engineering, Surveying, Architecture, Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILLEN, 723 Market St., San Francisco. mlO-tf WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND — SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING. For particulars, call at office or address m2O-tf F. C. WOODBURY, Principal. abstracts. bstract" com" oany of Los Angeles, N. W. cor. Franklin andSew'High streets. ml7-9m DENTISTS. DR, PARKER, DENTIST. 145 N. SPRING st.; all work guaranteed; prices moderate. maSl-Sm I" W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST lUm sts., Wilson block; take elevator; teeth illed and extracted without pain; gold crowns md bridge work a specialty. m4tf i DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, S. SPRING. L \. First stairway below the Nadeau hotel. my 4 lm rOLHTJBST, DENTIST, B>£ N. SPRING ST., rooms 2, (J and 7. Hours, Bto 5. R. J. M. WHITE, DR. E. L. TOWNSEND, —DENTISTS, —' 41 South Spring street. r irst building north of Brvson-Bonebrake block Telephone 138. m 19tf RS. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED • to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2, .'hillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. mlstf ATTORNI2YS \jf \\ BISO AILU Zr A 'IT i) RNE V - AT- LAW, Jim rooms 72 and 74 Temple block, Los An gles, Cal. m9-3m ISIDORE B. DOCKWEILER, ATTORNKY-AT law, rooms 10 and 11, Bryson-Boncbmke jlock. ml 9 6m jKoboe 11. Smith. Thomas L. Winder. Henry M. Smith. SMITH, WINDER & SMITH, ATTORNEYS at-law, will practice in all the State and Federal Courts. Offices: Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4 University Bank building, 117 New High sf, l.os Angeles. Cal. Telephone No. 583. inl4tf SPECIALISTS. T>ELLEVUE LYING-IN HOSPITAL IS NOW JJ open, under the management of Mrs. Dr. J. H. Smith. Patients can have their choice of physicians, and the best of care is given. Mid wifery a specialty. 145 Bellevue aye. a2Btf ARCHITECTS. RB. YOUNG. ARCHITECT, • Rooms 47, 48 and 49, New Wilson block, First and Spring sts. ml2-12m CI H BROWN, ARCHITECT. OFFICE, BRY- Jm son-Bonehrake block, 3d floor, rooms 42 and 43. ml4-tf NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. rpHE UNDERSIGNED, COMPOSING THE JL firm under the firm name of Vache Freres & Co.. have this day, by mutual consent dis solved co-partnership. EMILE VACHE. THEOPHILE VACHE. J. HENRY PAP.KER. JI'LES DAKKICriLLE. PAUL ROYERE. NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS Angeles—ss. We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that we are co-partners transacting business in this State, at the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, under the firm name and style of '-T. Yuehe & Co." That the names in full of all the members of the said co partnership are Theophile Vache, J. Henry Parker, Jules Darfeuille and Paul Royere, and that the places of our respective residences are set opposite our respective names hereto sub scribed. In witness whereof, we have this day set our hands and seals, this 29th day of April,"lB9o. THEOPHILE VACHE, Los Angeles, Cal. J. HENRY PARKER, Los Angeles, Cal. JULES DARFEUILLE, Los Angeles, Cal. PAUL ROYERE, Los Angeles, Cal. State of California, j County of l.os Angeles. I On this ninth day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety, before me, Charles Worth, a Notary Public in and for said County of Los Angeles, State of California, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appealed Theophile Vache, J. Henry Parker, Jules Darfeuille and Paul Royere, known to me to be the persons described in and whose names are subscribed to the within instrument, and they severally acknowledged to me that they executed the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto affixed my signature, with the name of my oflice, and my oflieial seal, the day and year last above written, at my oflice in the City of Los Angeles, County and State aforesaid. [Notarial Seal] CHARLES WORTH, Notary Public in and for the County of Los Angeles, State of California. mall-lm In reference to the above I would say, that I thank all those who have favored nic with their patronage in the past, and beg a continu ance of the same to the firm which is now known as Theophile Vache & Co. I will live on my vineyard at Brookside, where I will con tinue to make my renow ned old port wine. EMILE VACHE. Brookside, Redlands P. 0., San Bernardino county. ma22-tf DELINQUENT NOTICE. THE LOS ANGELES ELECTRIC COMPANY, location of principal place of business, city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of ( ali fornia. Notice—There is delinquent upon the follow ing described stock on account of assessment, levied on the 15th day of April, 1890, the several amounts set opposite the names ol the respective shareholders, as follows: No. of No. of Name. Certificate. Shares. Amount. Chas. Meyers 343 100 ?50.00 And in accordance with law, so many shares of each parcel ol such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction, at the oflice of the corporation, room 14, No. 218 North Main street, in the city of Los Angeles, California, on Monday, the 2d day of June, 1890, at the hour of 2 p. m. of such day, to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs ol advertising and expenses of sale. W. R. BLACKMAN, Secretary. Office, room 14. No. 218 North Main street, Los Angeles, California. mal7-td NOTICE. THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER COM pany will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 ana 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged i before water will be turned on again.