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LABOR'S HOLIDAY CELEBRATION. Workingmen to Fittingly Ob serve the Occasion. The Organized Trades to Make an Imposing- Showing. A Grand Trade's Union Farade this Evening—Speakiog After tho Pro cession at Turner Hall—Fea turee of the Programme. Today ia a legal holiday, being Labor day, and there ia every indication that it will be more generally celebrated by the brawny eons of toil than it haa been in the past. Tbe programme ia a varied one; all public institutions and offices will be closed, and the day will be generally ob served by all union wotkera in thia com munity. The leading event of the day will be the grand tradea diaplay parade. The officers of the parade are Jamea E. Cuaic, grand marshal, and Homer C. Katz, chief of ataff. The aida are aa followa: M. Pope, Plumbers' union; A. M. Green. Clerks' aeaociation; J. S. Bancroft, Typographical union; D. O. Freeman, Carpenters' union; F. A. Cheney, Painterß' union; J. H. Fifrge, Cigar-makers' union; and Emil J. Lind, Tailora' union. The parade will form at 6:30 p. m , at the corner of First and Loa Angelea etreete, and move promptly at 7 p. m., the right reatiug on Loa Angelea street, in the above order. Grand Marebal Cuaic will wear a red, and blue cash and red, white and blue rosette. Chief of Staff Homer C. Katz, will wear red, white and blue sash, and red and white roaette. The aides will wear red, white and blue aaah and blue rosette. The line of march will be from First to Main, to Pico house, to Spring, thence to Fifth, to Main and Third to Turu verein hall. Turner hall will be beautifully and appropriately decorated for the occasion with national emblems and fanciful floral designs, typical of the different organized tradea. The reception com mittee at the hall will consist of Meaara. F. M. Price, J. St. Pierre and A.Braver. • The meeting will be presided over by Samutl S. Chappel, president of the Loa Arigelea council of labor, who will make the opening address. He will be followed by Mr. J. L. Skin ner, who will apeak on Labor and ita Destiny. Addresses on different labor topics will then follow by J. H. McWilliams, Painters union ; F. B. Col ver, Typographical union ; O. A. Beach, Plumbers union; Homer Katz, Clerka association; J. F. Bailey, Carpenterß union; Mra. Anna L. Digga, national lecturer Knighta of Labor. Cloaing by the president. The order of the parade will be ac follows: Platoon of Mounted Police. Brass Band. Grand Marshal and chief Aid. Carriage containing Mr. skinner, Mrs. Diggs, Sam J. Chappel, president, and J. H. McWilliams, vice president, es corted by the delegates to the Conneil of Labor. Plumbers Union. Clerks Association. Typographical Union No. 174. Carpenters Union No. 56. Tailors Union. Drum Corps Painters Union. Seven inkers Unions. Cigarmakers Union. Carpenters Union. Iron Moulders Union. 'Leing-Shoremer.B Union. Visiting Delegations. The council of labor extends a gen eral invitation to all working people to participate in the parade and attend the celebration at Turner hall in the even ing. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in tbe world for cut", bruises, sores, ulceis, salt rheum, fever soms, tetter, chapped hands, ebilbluins, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat isfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by C. F. Heinzeinen. WANTEI>—HELP. Agency, su M CR=sor 10 Mnnin & Co. and Petty & Hummel. 20. West Second slreet, tele phone 4u, tuia 33: to 135 West First street, tel ephone 509. If you want a Tench hand, bleckfmith, pick and ihovel man, painter, carpenter, or any kimilai help, apply at 207 West Second street, telephone 40, and you will bo sure to get it. If you wnni hotel help of any kind apply at 131 West First stree', telephone 509. and you'll get it. There is a No. 1 nous hold department in each fillce, where you can get the best pos sible house girls in the quickest possible time. PKTTY, HUMMEL & CO., 2e»7 W. Second st, tel. 40; 131 W. First St., tel. S'JO, ANTED—HEL?—MALE AND FEMALE— We want men for all kinds of work ; wo men to cook and do housework, and chamber work. Give us a trial. You will find we do what is right everytime. If you want help of any kind we causupply you with people having No. 1 references, oend in your orders, and oblige, F. G CHaBE. W." First st. ANTED —A MO'lllkULY OLD LADY IO make her home in the mouutainsas a com panion to a lady anel child. For further par ticulars inquire at 227 East First street. O. E. <QRUBB, preprietor Terre Haute lodging house. 9 3 and 5 -VTANTIiD-A FIK-T-CLASS ARCHITECT- I' ura: draughtsman: no other need apply. ALBERT TURNEY, archituct, 230 W. Tweuty fourth street. 9 4 2l WANTED— TO CARE FOR A2OOR 40 acre I uit ranch for two years; pay, part of crop; ouly first-class ranch accepted; refer ences. Address RANCH, box 30, this office. 9 2 5t WANTKD— ALL NEEDING HELP f KEE— Employment or any infoimation, address E. NITI'INURK'S BUREAU, established 1880. Office, 819k South Spring street: residence, 451 South Hope street, comer Fifth, Los Ange les, Cal. Telephone 113. 8-16 tf FX'R THOROUGH AND EXPERIENCED bookkeepers aurl stenographers apply at WOODBURY COILEuE. 245 South i-pring atreet. 8 14 3m WANTED—SITUATIONS. WANTED— AN ITALIAN pcrienco iv citrus cnllure, olives, etc., would like io taki- charge cf work in en or chard, or of a large plantation, he will guaran tee c iap!d improvement In an o<chaid;no need of spraying or luvnigHiing the trees for killing scale. Address ORCH ARD IST, box 60, thisolbee. S 13 6tB-20 w lm WANTKD—MISCELLANEOUS. YOUNG MAN where he can work fe>r his board and go to DUfiuesß collnge; can milk cow, also good with horses. Adchets, M. 60, Hbkau> office, Los Angeles. B5 10t WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME, < HEAP est place ax HURNK'. ti5G South Main st. 1-27 tf SOMETHING NEW AND EFFECTIVE IN gas or gasoline engims—Anyone having trouble with their gas engine, or contemplat ing putting up a plant o' power, will do well to ca;l and examine tie Golden Gate Gas, Gaso line or Natural Gas Engine and see it and be convinced that it is be far tae mon perfected engine in tbe market today, «re except none T.M MARTIN, agent, 164-156 North Los An geles stre»t 7-24 6m contractors. raisk~c?~yolt^^ South Flower street. 8-16 ly HERCURIAL^ais "About ten yean ago I cod-n true ted • •evere case of blood ■on. Leading physictaua prescribed medicine after medicine, which I took without any relief. I also tried mercurial and potash remedies, with unsuccessful results, but which brought on an attack of mercurial rheumatism that RHEUMATISM After suffering ■ ■Mss«lsvili»» ■ ■Wits four years I gave up all remedies and began using S. S. S. After taking several bottles I was entirely cured and able to resume work. IP2PP3P3O Is tho greatest medicine for blood [KwfKaE poisoning to-day on tho market." Treatise on Blood ami Skin Diseases mailed free. Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ga SPECIAL NOTICE. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE — REV. Fr-nk K. Mason, C. S. D., pas'or of tho rlrit Church of Christ. (Scientist) of Brooklyn, N. V., will deliver a free lecture on Christian Science In Illinois hall, Monday, September 12 h, st 8 p.m. All are cordially invited. Questions from the audience will b- received and auswered at the clo*e ot the lecture. 9-4 9t A NYONE H WING P: EDGES AT THE PHO XX pie's Loan OfflCrf must redeem the same within thirty days from date or they will be sold. 9 4 St OTICE OF REMOVAL — DOBINSON ~A Vetter have removed their real estate, fire and life insurance office to 105 South Broad way, near yirst street. 8-30 lm OTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER. Comnany will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 and 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 before water will be tnrned on again. B■l7 i f THE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC CURE is the greatest discovery made withiu the last 100 years in patent medicine*. For sale by all lesdl. g druggists 10-17-91 lv FOR EXCHANGE. acres in Sycamore caiion, near Glendale, 12 acres under cu.tivation, small house. 150 2-year-old fig trees, 75 apricot aud reach trees in bearing, for lot snd house of 5 to 7 rooms in city: willing to give or take a few hundred dol lais to make trade equitable. Audress W. S. 1... this office. 8-30 tf FOR RENT—HOUSES. ITtOR RENT.—HOUSEB ALL OVERTHECUY 1 C. A. Sumner A Co., 107 S. Broadway. FOR RENT—BOOHS. T7OB RENT—COMFORTABLE~FURNISHED J? room" for two gentlemen, $8 per month; healthy situation 712 Sand street. 9-3 7t FO R RENT-THREE FURNISHED OR UN furnished ro. Ms for housekeeping. 207 North Olive street. 8-26 tf FOR RENT—THE BARKER. 449}$ SOUTH Spring street, elegantly turnUbcd rooms. S-12 it RKNT—FINE SUNNY ROOMS. FUR -1 nished. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Aliso and Los Angeles streets 6-3 tf FOR RENT- -MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT—AT WOMAN'S EXCHANGE, Potomac bock, half of front of store, with large window. $65 monthly. 9 3 tf REAM. ESTATE AGENCIBB. M. J. NOLAN. G. A. SMITH. XTOLAN & SMITH, REAL ESTATE AND General Business Agents, sell orange orchards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruii orchards, olive orchards, dairy or larm ranches, fine ciiy res'dences, hotels, lodging houses, grocery stores, hardware business, fruit stands, cigar stands, meat markets, saloons, bakeries, restaurants, and all kiuds ol mercantile busi ness: piices frotn $100 to $250,000. Loans negotiated. Office, 228 W. Second St., Hollen beck block, Los Angeles. Cal. Telephone 440. Free carriage to see property. 7-3 3m FINANCIAL.. PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY in any amounts on all kinds of personal property and collateral security, en pianos with out removal, diamonds, jewelry, eealskinß, bi cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property ot I value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in warehouses; partial payments received, money without delay; private offices for consultation; will call If desired. W. K. DeGROOT, Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 8. Spring St., opposl c Nadeau betel 7-29 tf OANB,~7aND 8 FEB CUNT. BRADSHAW BROS., 101 South Broadway. 8-16 6m S. ROBINSON, LOANS; 7 PER CENT; VT. city and county property. 213 west First street. 8-13 3m ONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY amount. M. P. SNYDER, 3t> Sonlh Broadway. t--13 6m M" ~oNi7y TO LOAN ON COUNIRY AND city properly: lowest rate*. W. R. BURKE, notary public, 169 Norih spring s.ieei.B-13 6m 6 ""per cent fTmclTty savTngs AND LOAN. Rooms, California Hank building. 2 16 tf ONEY TO LO AN ON DIAMONDS, JKWKL ry. watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 8. Spring. I~F YOU WANT MONEY~VWTHOUT DffLAY~ no commission, at previiling rates of inter est, see security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main st HI '1 MONRY TO LOAN. 4 LIST, BROKERS, 127 VV\ Second St., loan money on good security at reasonable rates. Farm loaus a tpecialty. If you wish to lend or borrow, call on ue. 8-17 6m B~ETTS & SILENT HAVjTIioSEYT.I LOAN on improved city or country property: low interest. Second and Broadway. 8-18 6m JjThAVE TO LOAN OK REAL estate security, or will purchase seemed notes. GRIFFIN & BILLINGS, 136 Sooth Broadway. 8 18 tf ONEY TO LOAN—A. R. FRASER A F: D. Lnntermau, 139 B. Br edway. 8 17 6m EXCURSIONS. EHMAN'S TICKET AGENCY—CUT RATES to all points; tickets bought and sold. 213 South Spring street, Hollenbeck Hotel block. Member American Ticket Brokers' Association. UNION PACIFIC TOURiST EXCURSIONS every Wednesday by ihe old reliable UDion Pacific, also European steami hip agency. For tickets and reservailon apply to O. F. HERK, 229 South Spring street, Los Angeles Theater building. 8-6 lm railway and sieamship Ticket Office, 122 W. Second street, next to Pacific Coast Steamßhip Company's office. Railroad tickets bought, Fold and exchanged. 9-22-91 lyr JC. JTJDSON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EASI • every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston Manager in charge. Office, 212 S. Spring at. 6-1 tf IMPROVED EXCURSION CAR SERVICE; the Santa Fe route, shortest through car line to the east; dally through trains to Chicago: special iamily tourist deeping car excursions for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago aud New York personally attended through to Boston by Santa Fe excursion conductors, For cheapest tickets and full Information apply to any agent Southern California Ry, and City Ticket Office Santa Fo Rome, 129 N. Spring st„ Log Angeles. i-i s PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Personally condußted through to Chicago and Boston. Office. No. 13H South Spring st. Itf ONOLULU TOURS—HUGH B. RICK, BPE cial agent Oceanic S 8. Co. Ofllce: 124 W. Snnonrt stl P.O. Bo* 679 12-4 t; ATTORNEYS. JAY E. HUN lER, ATTORNEY -AT - LAW— Bryson-Boncbr&kc block. Telephone 528. Practice in ail the courts, state end federal. 7-1 tf WM. ALKX. RYAN, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor at. law, rooms 1,2,3, 115 West First street, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 379. 7-23 ly BEN GOODRICH, LAWYER, NO. 2 LAW building, 125 Temple street, near court house. Telephone 108. 7-6 tf K. TRAHK, ATTORNEY AT LA 1, FUL • ton block, 267 New Higli street, Los An geles. 1-16 tf MARION BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE • Rooms 28, 29, 30 Bnl 31 Fulton blcck near courthouse, New High street. Telephone 981. 8-11 tf ARCHJTJCOT. CH. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 SOUTH • Broadway. 8-7 ly URGESS J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, EBTAB lished for the past 10 years in Los A n geles. Rooms 8 and 9 (second floor), Perret block, cor %eiSpring aud Third streets. 3-2 ly LOS ANGELES HERALI7: MONDAY MORNING?, SEPTEMBER* 5, 1857. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. 1~J«OR S A LE— ■ residence and large lot, near Weetlaae Park. Price $4250; part cash. CUDDY' A BTOUGH TON, 203 N. Main St. 9 4-2t fM)R SAUt—S2SOO—HOUBE AND 100 FMT, 1 on Adams at; near the electric cars; good barn; well of splendid water. All the laud ln bearing fruit trees. This properly is a great bargain, aud is offered for a few days only. Price $2500. CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 203 N, Msinst 9-4-21 OR SALE—S26O0 — A 2-STORY 9-ROOM house, bath, closets, graveled street, cement walks, and large lot, driveway, etc.: near elec tric and horse cars: only $2600, part cash. CUDDY di STOUGHTON, 20s N. Main st. 9_4-2t FfOR SALE—SISOO—A NEAT MODERN UOT~ tsge and large lot, lawn, flowers, cement walk.; near th car lines: only $1500. CUDUY & STOUGHTON. 203 N. Main 81. 9-4-2t TjXjR SALE-120 FEE i FRONTAGE JUST 'X? off Main street at $30 a front foot; 100 feet deep. G. C EDWARDS. 230 W. First St. 93 3t IjiOß SALE-TWO ORTtHREE PIK.CES OF 1 gilt-edged iucom property far sale by G. C. EDWARDS, 230 West First street. 9-3 3t MOK SAiE—EIGHIROOM HOUSE, ONE~- Jj half block from electric road, $20 per month for 85 months; no cash, no interest; others as good. WEBB & GRID LEY, lio Benth Broadway. 9-1 tf ITtOR SALE—FIVE HOUSES AND LLTS IN 1 good localities; will sell cht ap to a party ntoining business, as the owners wish to go away. For more particulars Inquire of M. MARQUEZ, 545 NOrth main street. 8-12 lm REATE3T BARGAIN YET—CORNER LOT on Broadway; owner must sell. Apply 340 B. Brosdwwy 7-1 tf FORSAKE—COUNTRY PROPERTY. Ir»ORSAt i THE BEST ALFALFA RANCH 1 in ihe county; 120 acres: near Compton; cuts eight crocs yearly; good house snd build ings; price. $140 an acre. G C. EDWARDS, 230 West First street. 9 4 OR SALE—I6O ACRES FRUIT LANT, 14 miles from city; a 1 good land.no waste; two cottages, wells, etc.; $33 an acre. G. C. EDWARDS. 230 West Firs street. 9-4 FOR BALE—f 3SOO-80 ACRES OF CHOICE land near the cit;; house, bain, 7 Inch flowing welt; 8 acres lv alfalfa, bearing fruits around the house; all in splendid condition; together with nil the farming utensils and fur nltnre Ouiy $3500; a rare bargain. CUDDY & bTOCGHTON, 203 N. Main st. FOR SALE —$0000 —10 ACRES, ALL IN bearing fruits and berries; house, barn, well, wlijd mill and large tank; on exteus.on of Figueroa street, near the city. Will ex change for house and lot in the city. Price, $6000- CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 203 N. Main st. I~T»0R SALE—S3SOO- 2 J ACRES OF CHOICE 1 land 2', miles southeast of Downey; gooel 5 room house; lurge barn: 5 acres in bearing fruit and walnut trees, balance of the land ln alfalfa corn and vegetablea; good water righ' ; a periect home very cheao. Only $3500, part cash. CUDDY <fe STOUGHTON, 203 N. Main street. IpOR S»LE-s4ooo—lo ACRES CF CHOICE 1 land; 6 acres bearing orange tree*, in splen did condition; house, barn; perfeot water right; near the railroad, at Covin*. Only $10>t0; part cash. CUDDY' A BTOUGHTON, 203 N. Main street. OR SALE $20,000-80 ACRES 0» SPLEN did alfalfa land, three miles south of the city; 100 beaiing fruit trees, house, la rue barn, sheds, c ilk house, well, tanks, and 15 fine cows, 4 good horses, farming and dairy uten sils, wagons, etc., all included f, r $20,000. part cash. CUDDY & oTOUGHTON, 203 N. Main st. OR SALE—SIO,O"0 —A LOVELY FOOTHILL home near Mount Wilson, 13 acres of bear ing iruitand walnuts, house, barn, s , all piece oi alfalfa chicken yards and hedge; perfect water right; on splendid avenue,and two blocks irom depot. This is a cb.trming place lor health seekers. Price. $10,000, part cash, or will exchange for city property. CUDDY .t S'IOCGHTO.N, 203 N. Main st. SALE—YOUNG OR\NGB ORCHARD. A? C:; Santa Anita Rancho, 19% acres, good soil: water piped; perpetual water right, con venient 10 rall oad crossing and station; 45 rainatsa frca Los Angeles Call or address H. A. U.NRUH, Arcadia, Cal. 8-31 tf t£G:-r.'":. r i "OP. SALE — 20 ACRES OF ®O£mJU liealthy peach trees, in bearing; new house, ei*Uo, Water works; 2 American horses: 1 cow. r.3w fruit wagon, surry, bar nees and firming tec::, all go with the place; 10 miles Irora Lea Angeles in ; : «.a Fernando valley. WIU taio parties ' tit, by addressing GEO. M. BALSSo";V. ! -.■■; .lUseles, 8-25-1 m ATTERSON'S IiAiSCZ—THIS FiKK RANCH in Ventura, county is for sa'.o at $275,000; $100,000 cash, bAlantga ia rive annual install ments, at 8 per cent interest. It contalaa oiOO aer. s, the mo-t of whioa i 3 flrst class been aad corn laud, is fence-:'. &s* cress tSaoetf; &as houses and barns a"-'! HOTViut: w<*ll;2oC acres in alfalfa, which s?GTT3 without irrija tion. Adjoining lands a:s • v nt $125 and $200 per acre. Will psy 10 ~;r cent interest on investment to (eat. r.'.'.v.ts.i cito mile from Hueneme. This liai to J. 1). Patterson, o' New York, -'■ *' .'■ c: ' r;: and in poor health, and is oJfe!l.1» t! '-t less than its worih. Aeidteso i-: ; '™: v"; BARNS, sole agentE, Ventura, Cii. - Si IK 1/OR SALE CHFaP— f-.IX TO kli>KT SSS 1 near city limits; 9-yesr-old full besririg apiicots, prunes and peaches; paying SlP*r acre per annum; good house ano barn. tea*.".c for $3 per month; railroad a'ation on Hie Iai"1: terms ensy. Apply to or address OWNE"., 58 Bryson-Honebrake building. 6- 3 t: for sale—miscellaneous. olTTaTe^e^glish^ pi s. 2809 East Fourth street, Boyle Heights. 9 * at I~tOR SALE-TWO THOROUGHBRED MAS -1 tiff pups. 5 months old; .ire Amado. Can be seen at 1047 South Main street, or inquire at 121 west Second street. 9 4 14t OR SALE-LIGHT TOP BUGGY, ALMOST Dew. Inquire 8. E, corner N. Spring and Court sts. 8 31 7t I" TtOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN—ALL THE 1 type aud other material neceßsary for the printing of a newspaper in the French lan guage. Inquire of GEO. P. PHIBB3. fourth floor, new Court House. 8 311 m BALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTI r ties tn suit, at this office. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. TjXIR SALE—HOTEL WITH 16 ROOMS, ALL JP furnished; cooking utensils, etc : barns, outhouses, corrals, etc.; two lota of land; di ing a business of $200 per month clear of all ex penses; price, $30C0. Apply at room 1, South t-pring street. 9-4 2t OR SALE—A MANUFACTURING AND merchan'ise business No. 1 location; ca..h required from $3000 to $5000; the proßpects are good to largely Increase the busines 1 Ad dress J. MILLER, box 60, this office. 9 2 4t OR SALE OR TRADE-A GOOD PAYING livery business in a good town, doing a good bnsine-s. Will Bell cheap for oath or trade for real estate. Address, B. J. E., this of floe. 8-24.1tn STRAYED OK STOLEN. m»KEN UP—CAME TO THE PLACE OF K. X Miranda, at the Pa ms, one bay mare, five feet high; branded "A.U."on ther ght hip; left eye Blind. The owner can have the same By paying charges. 8 27 Kit JLOST AKD JT O UND. LOST— FRIDAY NIGHT A. GARTER AND garter button, engraved "Maud from Hal." Reward of $5 if returned to 203 Alameda street. 9-4 tf lOST-A PARROT RETURN TO 151 N. j Spring ' troet ;md b- row rded. '.1 1 ;p PHYSICIANS. DR. F. LAMBERT CURES RHEUMATISM. 300 Aliso street, Los Angele-:. 8-13 lm RSi VR. WELLS-OFFICES ! N HKR brick block, 127 Ea«t 1 bird street, between Main and Los Augeies; diseases of women ner vous, rectal, sterility and genito-urinary dis eases ; also electro therapeutics. Hours, 10 lo 4, 7 to 8. DR. G. A. SC HELLING, OFFICE AND RESi" denee, 502 South Broadway. Telephone 926. 7-30 1 yr MRS. DR. J. II SMITH, SPECIA ! 'IY Mil?, wifery. I ndies cared for during conilne ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly attended to. Telephone 1 ' lt>. m2H tf D'tC BROWN, GRADUATE OF BELUCVUE Hospital Medical college. Special atten tion paid to dlseaseß of women and children, and all chronic diseases. Room 3, Rusb House corner Los Angeles and First Btreets, telephone 721. I.os Angeles cni. 7-22 iy DYERS AND FINISHERS. IJARISIAN DYE WORKS: 274 SOUTiTmAIN sireet. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 211 Franklin street. Fine dyeing and clean iug. 1-13 tf PATENTS, COPYItIGHTS, ETC. HAZARD & TOWNSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-22 tf PBBgONAI,. .-, FREsIIROABTBIfoS our slant coffee roaster. Java and Mocha, 35c lb; Mountain coffee, 85c; Peerleea coffee, 20c; aurars, IS lbs granulated, $1; 19 lbs brown, fl; 6 lbs relied oats or wheat, 25c: 4 i lbs best rlor, 25c; 0 lbs sago or tapioca. 25c; 101' s Lima beans, 250; 3 pkgs starch or corn starch. 25c; can milk, 10c; can deviled ham, sr; 5 cans saidines. 25c; 2 lbs corned beef, 15c: 5 !b« Japan tea, $l; can coal oil, 80c; best bacon, 15c: pork. 12c; brooms, 15c; wooden pails. 15c: fruit jars 80c dozen. ECONOMIC bTORBS, 305 South Spring street. I_>EKS"JNAL— W. W. TAYLOR, £ room 13 Bryson-Bonebrake block. Pro bate and insolvency law a specialty. Advice free. 7 23 ly I JEKCONAL— RALPHS BROS—GOLD BAR Flour, f 1.20; city flonr, 90c; brown sugar, 22 lbs $1: granulated sugar, 17 lba $1; wblte sugar, IS lbs $1; 5 boxes sairtmes, 25c; 3 oans Irui , 50c; 50 bars soap, tl; eastern gasoline, 80c, and coal oil, 80c; 2 lba corned beef, 15c; lard, 10 lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 50c. 601 South Spring street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf 1~ JKKSONAL— relLy ERCOIN.THE VERY BEST Southern California extra flour, $1.25; white su2ar, 18 lbs ft; rice, sc; sardines, sc; 3 cans corn, 25c; 1 gallon golden syrup, 30c; 2-lb"ean choice corn beef, 15c; 2 lbs choice cheese, 25c; 10 cakes gllt-edgcd'soap, 25c; 1 lb salaratus, sc; choice sweetened condensed n Ilk, 15c. All other good groceries at low prices. Free de livery in city. Postal card orders promptly at tended to at WHEELER'S "RIGHT PLACE STORKS," 901 East First street, on cable line. 8-13 tf AKKIAGKS ANNULLED. CRIMINAL, probate, Insolvency law, specialty; advice free; strictly confidential; without publicity; 15 years' experience. W. W. HOLCOMB, att'y, 211 West First St. ' 7-20 12m NCLE SAM'S WINE CELLARS AT S. FLEUR'S, wines and liquors, 404-406 North Lor. Angelos street. 6-3 tf MEDICAL PEBSONALg. I~7OR LADIES ONLY—THE PROPHYLACTIC ' Compound is the greatest medical discov ery of the ago. Absolutely sure aud safe. Every bottle guaranteed. Write to the Proohylactlo Compound Company, Fresno, Cal., for a de scriptive circular, which contains Information that may save yon years of suffering, and per haps your life. Circulars and tbe preparation can be obtained from all druggists. F. W. BKACN & CO., distributing agents for South ern California. 7-16 ARRIED LADIES—SEND 10 CENTB FOR - Infallible Safeguard" (no medicine, no dereptionj; just what you want. LADIES' BA'.'AR. Kansas City Mo. 7-8 6m EDUCATIONAL,. SUMMER SCHOOL AT THE WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 245 H.'Srtrlcg et, Los Angeles. School in eestion nil summer. Thorough training in the commercial and English branches, penmanship, shorthand and telegra phy. Caii or write forour new illustrated cata lOKUH. G. A. HOUGH, President. W. G. FKI.KKK, Vict. President. 7- 5 3m E. C. WILSON. Secretary. PECIAL SUMMER SES9IOR —WILL OPEN AT— THE LOS ANGELES BUBINBBS COLLEGE, 144 South Main Street, Jnne 27th. One of the most successful teachers of the public schools has been employed for the sum mer. Classes will be formed te accommodate those who wish to make up back work, who wish to advance a grade, or to take up any spcci.il work, such as penmanship, bookkeep ing, eiiCTtband, typewriting, etc. For lull par ticular! call at college office, 144 Sot-.th Main. I, K. BER.S.DKR, Piesident. F. W. KRLSEY, I. N. IN U KBEP, Secretary. 8-16 91 lyr AY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, 4t6 West Tenth street. (Between Grand avenue and Olive street, on elecric and c-ble routes.) OPENS IUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22D. Alice Knight Parsons, A, B.; Jeannie Whit ney Deiinen, principals Foimerly principals of New York Avenue In stitute, Brooklyn, N. Y. Preparatory and academic departments. Courses of study iv English br-uienes, lan gu.ges, physical culture, music and art. Col lose preparation a specialty. Prlnc pals may be consulted at school build ing dally, between the hours of 10 and 12. 9-4 ST. PAUL'S MILITARY SCHOOL, Opens September 15th, GRAN >t AYE BET SIXTH and SEVENTH STS. Pre part s lor universities and scientific schools; also primary department; catalogue on appli cation. P. O. box 519. 8-26 lm HMBTIAN SCIENCE—REV. FRANK E. Mason, C S. D., full course graduate of the Massachusetts Metaphysical College and pas ter of the F.rst Church of Christ (Scientist) of Brooklyn. N. V., will teach classes ln Christian Koienoe in southern California during Septem ber and October The first class will begin at Pasadena September 14th. The second class will be taught in Los An. eles. Terms for tui tion sa isfactorv in all cases Applications re ceived by JAMES R. TOWNSEND, 9 Downey block, Los Angeles. 8-28 lm TTN~IVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFOR- U nla—The fall term of the college of liberal arts will begin on Wedne-day, September 21st, i hrec full college c ourses, covering four years each. Seminary course of three years, prepar ing the student for college. Departments of instrumen al and vocal music, art and c locu tion, stenography, typewriting and bookkeep ing. Terms reasonable Advantages the very best. For full particulars call on or address vice pre-ident, W. S MATTHEW, D. D., Uni versity Place, Los Angeles. 8-28 25t UDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND Arts will open October 10th. 7-8 tf -TkoilL OF THE BIBIER3 OF CHARITY. (Boarding and day school.) This institu tion will reopen on" the first Monday of Sep tember. The rourse of instrnctlon embraces the English branches, the French, Spanish and German languages; vocal and instrumental music, plain andoruamet.tal needlework. For particulars apply to Sisters ot Charity, comer of Boyle and Stephenson avenues, Los Ange les, Cal. 8-20 lm MF. MASON, TEACHER OF PIANO AND • organ. Address Button F. 8-25 lino HE OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE OFFERS thorough Instruction at reasonable lates; four courses. For particulars and catalogue address J. M. McPHERRON, president, Station B, Los Angeles. 8 19 1m ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE, GRAND Lor Angel s, Cel.—A boarding and day school for young men and boys: course col'ege and commercial, with a preparatory depart ment: board, lodging, etc., and tuition ln all branches for session of ten months, $280; day pupils, tuition, $5 per month. For circular or information, apply to the PRESIDENT. Fall term begins Mo uday, September sth' 8-17 lm OS ANGHLEB CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC and Art: open during summer. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, president, 648 South Olive street. 8-14 ly Xi MoNT HALL, FIRST AND BELMONT s venue, boarding and day school for girls and young ladies; superior location; thorough instruction; best tacLitics for the study of music, art, elocution, etc. Fall term opens September 13th. 8- 7lm HORACE A. BROWN, Principal. WILLHARTiTZ, MUSICAL STUDIO, • room 37, California Bank B'ld'g. 8-13 ly IBS MARSH'S SCHOOL—A BOARDING and day school for girls, incorporated. The fifth school year begin* September 2lst. For circulars address 1340 and 1342 8 Hope St. Principals, Miss A S, Marsh and Miss F. C. Ehoecraft. 7-31 2mos INDERGARTEN TRAINING SCHOOL WILL reopen October 6th. Address MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, 676 W. Twenty-thlid street. 7-9 tf IyRE LONGLEY SHORTHAND INSTITUTE, the oldest and best. Pupils assisted to situations. Spring and First streets. 6-26 tf KACHKRS' CLa63 P P SPARING FOR county examination. Positions for govern esses and teachers. S. Spring. 12-25 tf DENTISTS. DR. DIFFENBACHER, 8. Spring street, rooms 4 and 5. Teeth extracted and filled with < JXX3oJ out pain. 7.21 iy 1882—Established—1882. DR. L W. VtELL'-i, COR. OF SPRING AND First streets, Wilson block; take elevator. i7old crown and bridge wont a specialty; teeth extracted without palu. Room 1. mltf R. URMY, DENTIST—OFFICE REMOVED to 12414 South Spring Btreet. All opera tions guaranteed perle-at at greßtly reduced prices. Extracting and filling without pain. 415tf R. TUCKER, DENTIST—OFFICE NO. 120}$ South Spring street. 11-25 il r. tolhUrstTdentist, N. SPRING st.. rooms 2, 6 and 7. Painless extracting. 3—l CARRIAGE WORKS. WANTED— EVERYONE TO KNOW THATI am manufacturing all klndßof spring wag ons, buggies and carriages at greatly reduced prices. Blacksmithlng, painting and trim ming done promptly. Leather top buggies Iron! $125 ts $. 50. RICHARD MOLONY, 323 Aliso str et Los Angeles Cel. _ J. ABSTRACT AND TITLE psny of Los Angeles, northwest corner of Franklin and New High streets, ml 7 tf AMUSKMENTS. I Under tbe direction ol al Hatman. McLain A Lehman, Managere. Two oSj* btß ( 8. US&SSSj. Engagement of tbe popular oomedlan, SOL. SMITH RUSSELL! Appearing ln two of bll lateit play*. ( Wedneaday Evening, A POOR RELATION I Thursday Evening, PEAc«rn. Tiuiri Seats ready Monday morning, at 10 o'clock. SULLIVAN " 1 vs. CORBETT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1892. CAFE ROYAL, UNDER LOS ANGELES THEATER. RETURNS READ AND POOLS SOLD. A direct wire with the New Orleans Club ring, giving tbe full details of the fight by rounds, by arrangement with the Postal Tele graph Company. Doors open at 6 p.m. 9-4 4t TRACK. (LOS ANGELES.) 1850-ADMISSION DAY-1892. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9. j LADIES' EQUESTRIAN TOURNAMENT j • • • AND RUNNING RACES • • - ros fine trophies. Given under ansplces of CROSS COUNTRY RIDING CLUB. Free;for-all entries. Books now open at race track and all first claaa sta bles. Gates open at 1 p.m.; races at 2. 9-4 ADMISSION, 50c. CHILDREN. 25c. 6t NEW VIENNA BUFFET. 114 and 116 Court street. F. KERKOW, Pboj-biktor. Family Entrance. Famllv Departments. FREE REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT EVERY EVENING. First appearance of MISS HATTIE MRRTONS, Seriocomic; MISS SYDNEY BARRY MORE, soprano; MISS BESSIE * BEARLE, the highly ac complished Contralto. MR. VAL VINO, tbe American Japanese Jug gling Marvel. And reappearance of the Berth Family, MI3B MARGUERITE BERTH, Directress. FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 a.m. to 2 p in. and from 5 to 7 p.m. A - LA - CARTE - AT • ALL - HOURS. The only place for Imported Bavarian beers on draught, and Berlin Weiss beer; also Lemp's Extra Pale and Buffalo. 4-3 g MEDIUMS, DR. AND MRS. MORRILL, 406 S. BROAD way; sittings dally. 8-27 lm YJER3ONAL-MEDIUM, BUSINESS AND X test. 23t>H South spring street. Mrs. Weeks- Wright. 4-19 tf I) X RSON AL—MRS. PtRKER, CL4IRVOY ant; consultations on business, love, war rlage, disease, mine al locations, life reading, etc. Take Spring and Washington-street car to Vermont avenue, go south to Vine street, sec ond house from Vermont avenue. 1-27 tf AND BUILDERS. CONRAD SCHERBR, GRANITE, BITUMIN OUS and asphalt paving. 827 W. First St. 9-1 12m — j I jptRANK M. KEI.SUY, (Of Bryan A Kclsoy, 202 S. Spring), j CANDIDATE FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, Subject to tbe decision of the Ropnblican County Convention. QEO. H. KIMBALL, CANDIDATE FOB PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. JNO. A. PIRTLR, Residence Vernon, CANDIDATE FOB SUPERVISOR FOURTH DISTRICT, Sub'Vct to the decision of the Republican County Convention. "3T W. FRANCISCO, CANDIDATE FOB SUPERVISOR SECOND DISTRICT. Subject to the decision of tbe Republican County Convention. J£ E. BARNETT, CANDIDATE FOR SUBERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT. Subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. J-JR. B. F. KIERULFF, Present Member Board of Education), CANDIDATE FOB SUPERVISOR SECOND DISTRICT, Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. T. COLLINS, CANDIDATE FOB SUPERVISOR SECOND DISTRICT, Subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. Q E. CROWLEY, CANDIDATE FOB SUPERVISOR SECOND DISTRICT, Subject to tbe decision of the Republican County Convention' E. WIRBCHING, CANDIDATE FOB SUPERVISOR SECOND DISTRICT, Subject to the decision of the Republlca Connty Convention. JAMES H. DODSON CANDIDATE FOB SUPERVISOR FOURTH DISTRICT, Subject to tbe decision of the Democratic Connty Convention JAMES HANLEY, CANDIDATE FOB SUPERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT, Subject to decision of the Democratic Convention. QHAS. T. PARSONS, (Late Ticket Agent Santa re Route), CANDIDATE" FOB COUNTY AUDITOR, Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. , B. CONBAD, 1 j CANDIDATE FOB COUNTY AUDITOR, Subject to tbe decision of the Republican County Convention. Jf> B. LOPBZ (City Auditor), ' , CANDIDATE FOB COUNTY AUDITOR, Subject to the decision of the Republican' County Convention. JJ G. ROLLINS, Incumbent by appointment, CANDIDATE FOB COUNTY AUDITOR, subject to the decision of the Republican Connty Convention. rjpHOB. A. LBWIS, ~ Of Santa Monica CANDIDATE FOB COUNTY AUDITOR, Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. J A. KELLY, " CANDIDATE FOB COUNTY BBOORDBR (Incumbent), Subject to the decision of the Republican Connty Convention. J_T J. SHOULTEBB, CANDIDATE FOE COUNTY RECORDER. Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. BRAY, CANDIDATE FOB # COUNTY RBCORDXR, Subject to the decision of the Republican Connty Convention. rpBOWBRIDGS H. WARD, CANDIDATE FOB COUNTY CLERK, Subject to the decision of the Republican Connty Convention. g M. PBRRY, (Chairman Board of Supervisors,) Candidate for SHERIFF, ' Subject to the action of the Republican Connty I Convention. JOHN C. CLINE. CANDIDATE FOB SHERIFF, Subject to the decision of the Republican Connty convention. QEORGE P. McLAIN, : CANDIDATE FOB SHERIFF, Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. J_J 8. CLEMENT, " CANDIDATE FOB • SHERIFF, Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. A. HAMMEL, ' CANDIDATE FOB SHERIFF, übject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. J~)R. W. A. WELDON (Incumbent), ' f a CANDIDATE FOR CORONER, Subject to the decision of the Republican Count v convention. J BANBURY (Incumbent), CANDIDATE FOB COUNTY TREASURER, Subject to tbe decision ol the Republican County Convention. rpHOMAS J WELDON, ' CANDIDATE FOB COUNTY TREASURER, Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. NXITZKB, ' CANDIDATE FOB CORONER, * Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. p D..CARPER, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, CANDIDATE FOB CORONER, Subject to tbe decision of the Republican Connty Convention. B. WALKEB. CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR, Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. AB. WHITNEY, 1 "** • (Incumbent,) Candidate for COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR, Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention.