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NEWS NOTES. United States Weather Office. Report of observations taken at Loa Angeles, September 15, 1892: 5:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 97 71 Cl'd'n. Cl'd'ss. ■ftx tern , 4*f , in-.u. iem., o;j. Forecast* Weathtr forecast for the 24 hours ending at midnight, t«epte nber 16th, fur Southern i alitor- Bis: Fair weather; slight change in temper ature. In a war for passenger rates to tbe world's fair, t here should be no difficulty about tbe Santa Fe line corning to the scratch. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, cor ner North Main and Court streets, September 15th, for E 0. Btntou, Clara Hastings, Olibas Manda Decir. The Los Angeles Loyal Temperance league will give a "Cooper" silver medal oratorical contest and entertainment at Redondo Beach this evening, at the Methodist church. All are cordially in vited. There will be a eocial and erception to new students at the Woodbury business college this (Friday) evening. A choice literary and musical programme will be presented, and the public is cordially in vited. The board of public works, of wbicl Councilman McGarry of tha Seventh ward is chairman, made an inspection of affairs yesterday and their report to day will be looked for with considerable intereet. The many friends of Mrs. John E. Plater will be pained to learn of the death of her mother, Mrs. M. S. Patter son, at Sao Francisco, yesterday. The deceased was beloved by a large circle of friends in thie city. The Wilmingtons and tbe Banning street nine went to try conclusions yes terday, with a verdict of 8 to 2 in favor of tbe Wilmingtons. There waß some talk of their playing the Boyle Heights Stars, but it has so far failed to ma terialize. There was a great deal of talk yester day in town over a race tbat wae going to take place at Sacramento between five first-class horses, two of them being McKinney and Richmond, jr. Come to find out about it, the race does not come off till Saturday. Father Noyee must have lost two days out of the week. About CO of the stenographers of Los Angeles and vicinity met in the rooms of the Longley Shorthand institute, last evening, for the purpose of organizing a stenographer's association. E. L. King was elected temporary chairman, and M. E. Keith secretary. The com mittee appointed at a previous meeting to draft a constitution and by-laws made its report, which led to considerable dis cussion as to the qualifications lor mem bership. Finally the speed test of 75 words per minute was adopted; and, after tendering a vote of thanks to Messrs. Longley & Wagner for the use of their rooms, the meeting adjourned for one week, when tbe organization will be completed, and, from the enthu siasm manifested, it bids fair to be of considerable benefit and interest to the masters of the pothooks. Tbe place of holding the adjourned meeting will be announced in Sunday's Herald. SPECIAL MEMORANDA. Drink Red Ribbon beer. Tel. 44. Drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Ger main Fruit company, sole agents, tic ware of imitations. Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 S.Broad way. Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50 cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor. Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309. Fine liquors for medicinal use, at H. J. Woollacott's. Ring up telephone 44. Your goods will be promptly delivered. R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street. Woollacott wants 500 dozen bottles. Boye, bring them along. Blatz beer, Woollacott, agent. Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female, rectal diseases. Seventh and Main etreeta. Telephone 1031. Send a couple of cases of California wines to your eastern frieads. Germain Fruit company. H. J. Woollacott, importer of fine liquors. Dr. R. J. Goss, corner First and Spring ■treets, rooms 39 and 40, new Wilson block, makes a specialty of diabetes, paralysis and rheumatism. Napa soda, Woollacott, agent. Pure California wine put up in cases by H. J. Woollacott. Send a caee to your friends. 124 and 126 N. Spring street. The Los Angeles Fish Co., in the Mott market, beg to inform their patrons and the public in general, that the oyster season has now opened, and the Morgan ''Eagle Brand" oyster will be handled by them. Eastern poultry will reach this nnrket at an early date. Landsberg, tbe Tailor, Ho. 127 East First street. Lat st patterns in suitings. Beßt woik. Moderate prices. Satis faction guatanteed. Alsocleaning and dyeing. Particular Fits Are PLACING us on the PROPER PATHWAY to PROSPERITY. To PLEASE and PROTECT you with our low PRICES is the POINT that must PREVAIL. We PROPOSE to PLACE our Bargains upon the Backs of the PEOPLE. PROTECT yourselves from PIBATES and PROCEED to visit our place, corner Main and Requena Streets. The New Golden Eagle Clothing Palace, PROPER PEOPLE TO PATRONIZE. LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1392. "* "*" " ■ 1 -■ ■ - ■ 1 -■- M **'* t> -*sa^a^a-»tBS»»a»g» MEMORANDA. Take the Santa Fe for Redondo and Santa Monica; only 60 cents for the round trip, Saturday and Sunday. Bichloride of gold—Safe and sure cure for drunkenness. Stiver Ash institute, Santa Fe Springs. The usual attractions ut Terminal isl and, Sunday. Finest bathing on the coast. Swimming, rowing, sailing, fish ing. Fine fish dinners. Fare, 50 cents round trip. A complete circuit of the kite-shaped track, on Sunday, September 18th, will cost you only $2 05. Trains leave Santa Fe elation, foot ot First street, at 8:30 and 11 o'clock a. m. Bids for furnishing music at Agricul tural park and Hazard's pavilion during the fair. For,particulars ccc L. Thome, secretary, 107}4 North Main street. Bishop J. H. Vincent (founder of the C.'L. S. O.) will deliver his popular lec ture on Tom aud His Teachers, at Simp son M. E. church, Friday evening, Sep tember ICih. Admission, 50 cents. There will be a meeting of the Demo crats of Pico Heights on Friday even ing, at 7:30 p.m. The speakers are Judge R. J. Adcock and Hon. William Alex. Ryan. A visit to Robinson's fairy-land of fun and wonder will prove the happiest event in the life of every child. The circus will be here September 27th.. Grand opening of French millinery and pattern hats will commence Thurs day, Sept. 15:h, and be continued till following Monday, at Mme. D. Gotthelf, 121 S. Spring street. The following are the Sunday trains, on the Terminal railway, to the seaside resorts: Leave Los Anuelee 8:05, 9:55, 11:10 a. m., 12:45, 2:45 and 5:30 p. m. Leave East San Pedro (Terminal island) 7:25, 9:15,11:15 a. ni.; 12:55, 4 and 7 p. m. Fare only 50 cents round trip. Grand Spanish dramatic performance. A grand ball will be given in Hazard's pavilion, tonight, September 16, 1892, Mexican independence day. The round trip to San Diego, Satur day and Sunday, $5, over tbe Surf line of the Southern California railway (Santa Fe route). Trains leave First street station at 8 :15 a.m. and 3:05 p.m. Tickets good returning Monday. Parents wishing to place their daugh ters in school will find the principal of St. Hilda's Hall, Glendale, at home afternoons until the opening of the school, September 21st. Los Angeles to Long Beach and re turn, 50 cents, and San Pedro and re turn, 50 cents, on the Lob Angeles Ter minal Railway, good going Saturday or Sunday, and returning Saturday, Sun day and Monday. Pools will be sold at the Cabinet saloon (John W. Griffin's), on Second street, near Spring, from 11 a. in on Saturday up to the hour of the race. The probable starters are McKinney, Richmond, jr., Frank M., Silver Bow and Beaury Me. This will be a betting race. • Ho, for Catalina I' Quickest time is made by the Termi nal road. Remember, our sp.m. special on Saturdays runs alongside of the Hermosa, at their wharf, and is the laßt landing before leaving for Avalon. Supper on the Hermosa, 25 cents, on Saturday evenings. The 8:05 Sunday morning special connects with the Her mosa, and round trip made same day, arriving at Lob Angeles at 7:45 p.m. Fare, Saturday night and Sunday, good until Tuesday, $2.50. Montefiore Orthodox Congregation, Holiday services will be held at Ma sonic hall, 125>2 Sjuth Spring street, commencing Wednesday evening, Sep tember 21st. Dr. A. W. Edeiman will officiate. Seats can be had at Henry Kline's, 104 South Main street. &. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care* ally drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165. Extra Double Presents Given At Great Americxn Importing Tea Company's stores, 135 North Maiu street and 351 South Spring street, Los Aigeles. A visit to their ■ stores will secure you t-ie best teas, coffees and spices at lowest prices. Extra dou de tickets, extra double premiums, extra double value, A Revolution Sale At Great American Importing Tea Company's stores, 135 North Main street, and 351 South Spring street, Los Angeles. Complete tea sets, decorated, $ 4.65. Complete dinner sets, $7, $ i and $10. Everything in crockery, chinaware, glassware and tinware of beautiful new shapes and decorations, nearly one-half old-time prices. Go and see the grand display at their stores. Coupe No. 4, Hack No. 23, Stand corner Second and Spring streets from li p.m. to 6 a.m. Telephone 273, Kates, 25c per mile, one person, $1 per hour. Bargains can be made. N. Klpp. Removal Notice. Mrs. S. Lawrence, formerly of 235 Fouth Spring street, has removed her hairdressing, manicuring and beauty parlors to 353 South Spring street. Visiting Cards Engraved At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 762. Center Pieces and Brackets Better made and at half the price you pay for them elsewhere at McLean's, 132 Center Place. The largest stock, latest designs, lowest prices. New and Old- Books, Magazines, Etc. Book Exchange, Corner Secoud and Main sts Gents' Hats Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed. Hartley, hatter, 264 South Main street. Lusk Cab Co., tel. 230. Coupes and hacks. Wall paper. 237 S. Spring. Samples sent. SELECTING THE TICKETS. Result of the Democratic Cau cuses Last Evening. Political News and Gossip Gathered Up Yesterday. The Men Selected at Last Night's Meet ings—Meeting of the Republican Executive Commit ;,>o. Notes. The Democrats of Los Angeles city are preparing for the primary election which is to be held tomorrow throughout the city and county, to elect delegates to the county convention, which will meet Tuesday morning next, at 10 a.m., at Turnverein hall. Throughout the city matters are pro gressing in every way satisfactory, and there will be an orderly election which will be characterized by the presence of battalions of police to keep the peace. The ballot boxes at the polling places will not be in the hards of men who are known to fame as stutters and manip ulators. The absence of repeaters, such as characterized the last primary of the Republican party, will be noted. No money will be used illicitly, and no votes will be purchased in the interest of this or that ticket. It will be a clean primary, and good men will be chosen to nominate men for office in whom the people can place confidence and trust. The caucus meetings that were held laet evening were attended by more Democrats than have in the past turned out to partici pate in gatherings of that character in a long time. This is certainly evidence of the fact that the Democrats are alive to the situation, and realize that now is the time to rid this county of the $12 per minute government that has so long held sway on court house hill, and which, if continued long, will bring the county to the verge of bankruptcy. IN TUB FIKST WARD. In the First ward the caucus held last evening was the largest gathering of Democrats ever out in the ward to a caucus. There were nearly 200 voters present. The following ticket waeunan mously agreed upon: First precinct—C. M. Hayden, J. H. Simpson, C. L. Cruz, M. M. Brothers, T. S. Meredith. Second precinct—J. E. Yoakum, A. Gundlach, C. HI Langbein. Third precinct—P. White, H. Gibbs, Jos. Meemer, J. E. Frick. Fourth precinct - George F. King, J. A. C. Martinez, John F. Donahue, A. Moore. In the Second ward the caucus nomi nees have been agreed upon. In the Third ward the caucus will be held this I evening at Democratic headquarters, 115 1 .. South Spring itreet. THE FOURTH WARD. In the Fourth ward about 200 Dem ocrats assembled at the Ninth-street en pine house. The following ticket was agreed upon without opposition : Twenty-eighth precinct—J. D. Be thune, C. N. Williams, Thomas L. Winder. S. Grant, Dr. E. J. Cowlea. Twenty-ninth precinct—W. P. Hyatt, G. W. Glowner, V. Ponet, C. H. Plum mer, M. W. Cocklin, S. P. Bowen. Thirtieth precinct—John S. Ward, Joe P. Rowan, C. F. A. Last, A. W. Hutton, John Bryson, sr. Thirty-first precinct—L. J. Mathews, D. Boteller, J. Percival, Conrad Jacoby, Le Compte Davis. In tbe Fifth ward the caucus ticket has been agreed upon already. THE SIXTH WARD DEMOCRATS. The Democrats of the Sixth ward held a caucus last night, at 1616 South Main street. About 100 Democratic voters were present, the largest caucus ever held in the ward. The following gentlemen were selected as delegates, to be voted for next Saturday : J. Marion Brookß, J. G. McDonald, M. Leahv, E. R.Pirtle, C. J. Peteler, H. J. A' Stuhr, John Moran, L. Herzog, J. H. Peesell, P. L. Ducasse, A. Orfila, Henry Bartning. After electing the delegates to the convention, the Sixth Ward Democratic club was organized, with Judge Bearden as temporary chairman, and E. R. Pirtle as secretary. On motion, the chair was authorized to appoint a committee of five on per manent organization and by-laws. The chairman appointed W. E. Tucker, A. F. Mackey, A. Swansen, John Webber, Henry Barthing. On motion, Judge Bearden was added to the committee. The club roll was opened, and 70 signed the same. The club adjourned to meet Friday, the 23d met., at 7:30, at a place to be hereafter announced. A LARGE TURNOUT. The Democrats who attended the Seventh ward caucus — some 650 in number—assembled at the corner of Fourth and Lob Angelas streets. The caucus meeting was harmonious throughout. R. N. Walton, an old war' horse of Democracy and vet eran of many battles, was chairman of the caucus. The following ticket was named: •M. E. Curran, Henry Bluett, Charles Phcenix Kearney, George Arbuckle, W. H. Jukes, James Cusßen, D. M. McGar ry, John Hauerwaas, Henry Pfirrman, J. P. Caldwell, John J. O'Brien, Robert Rudolph, James C.Zimmer, E. H Boyd, Gus Graham, C. E. Richards, Henry Kearney, Daniel Mclsaacs, Wm. Town pend, F. Lindenfeldt, A. J. Lennox, A. Breen, T. J. Cuddy, B. Tourney, Henry Baswitz, A. L. Corlett, B. McKone, An drew McNally, W. F. Nordholdt, J. M. Jones, Jacob Adloff, A. N. Feldschati, 0 * DELICIOUS 5 Flavoring NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. Vanilla ft Of perfect purlt*- Lemon -I Of great strength. —I Econom y ,ntne,ru s9 Roseetc.-J Flavor as delicately and dellotously as the fresh frul*. Stands JSBaking =- " Absolutely the Best." It is made of pure cream of tartar and soda, no am monia, no alum. A like quantity goes farther and does better work. It is therefore cheaper. Cleveland's is the baking powder used in the U. S. Army and by teachers of cookery. It never varies, and always gives perfect Try a can. H. Kreim, George Baker, James D Mc- Ginley, Henry Matson. In the Eighth ward the caucus has already been held and .the ticket printed. ALL HARMONIOUS. In the Ninth ward Hendricks' hall was crowded —over 400 Democrats as sembled. Col. John L. O'Brien, presi dent of the Ninth ward club, called the meeting to order. Hon. Fred Lambourn presided over the caucus. The follow ing is the caucus ticket, which was unanimously agreed upon after some little discussion: Seventh precinct—George W. Frame, E. R. Turelkeld, H. W. Gerke, 8. Argu ello. Sixth precinct—Thomas Hinds, L. V. Glasscock, I. N. Cochran, H. L. White. Fifth precinct—J. P. Rogers, F. Mon tego, D. W. Hudson; W. B. Nichols, John Proctor, E. Eyraud. THE REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. The Republican executive committee met yesterday and transacted considera ble privßte business. Tae following committees were agreed upon: Committee on printing and supplies— A. A. Bayley, George H. Bonebrake, John Burns. Auditing—R. D. Wade, A. A. Bayley, D. J. Cooper, George L. Arnold, S. P. Rees. Finance—John Burns, T. f. Weldon,- B. \V. Lee, George Arnold, G. H. Bonebrake. Campaign—Col. J. T. Brooker, L. A. Sheldon, Melvin Mudge, W. T. Will iams, T. J. Matlock. POLITICAL NOTES. In response to a request from a num ber of Democrats, Capt. F. B. Colver has consented to permit his name to be used in connection with the Democratic nom ination for county auditor. It will be presented to tbe county convention next week. The candidacy of Martin C. Marsh for Bheriff is taking like wild fire among many Democrats, who deem him the most available candidate that could be named. The ninth ward delegation is for M. T. Collins for supervisor, and A. P. Richardson for constable. Col. Geo. W. Frame late last evening decided not to make the race for the legislature in the Seventy-third district. Col. J. P. Rogers is his choice, and should Colonel Rogers consent to enter the arena he will make a gallant fight. William H. Juenger is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for coroner. He is an old citizen of Los Angeles, and is well and favorably known. He is certain of an election if nominated, and he would prove a tower of strength to the ticket. Henry W. Weineke, the Republican nominee for tax collector of San Diego and incumbent, was in the city yes terday. J. E. Frick, a good Democrat of the First ward, will be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for street super intendent. He ia a strong man. J. W. Nance, ol Perris, Democratic candidate for the assembly in the Eightieth district, was in the city yes terday. The regular weekly meeting of the Jackson Democratic club will be held this evening at the Opera House hall, 110 South Main street, at 8 o'clock. All Democrats are earnestly invited to be in attendance, as important business is to come before the club. The Lafayette French Democratic club is fully reorganized. At its laßt reunion the following officers were chosen: Paul Saubion, president; Clement Vin cent, E. Faure, vice presidents; Jos. Amelineau, secretary ; J. Boyer, treas urer. The club countß already more than 300 members, and every one ia full of enthusiasm for the success of the 'Democratic party. ADDITIONAL FIRE PROTECTION Increased Facilities for Fighting the Devouring Element. Chief Moore, in order to get the fire department of thia city in good order before his departure to Sacramento to make M. H. De Young a senator in congress, has recommended the location of chemical engines in the neighbor hood of Seventh or Ninth streets, and San Pedro or Alameda streets; aleo Grand avenue or Main and Twenty-first streetß; also Pico and Vernon streetß; also that a first-class hook and ladder truck be located near Filth and Spring streets. The mayor agrees with the chief engineer aB to the necessity for the said number of engines, but thinks that the best place for one of them is at the junction of Ninth and Pearl streets. But after all, as Commissioner Broderick says, the case resolves itself down to a question of funds. HAa General Ollendorf Bays in the Beg gar Student, the whole world is ruled by two little words—"how much?" If there were plenty of money at hand for puch purposes, there could be an engine house on every other block, but, as Mr. Cleveland would say, "it ia a condition, and not a theory, which confronts us." The last appropriation of $54,000 was a clear increase of $11,000 over the one which preceded it; aud in the event that these new engines were established at the points above named in the chief's report, it would entail an additional ex pense of $1000 per mor th on the city. The commissioners are willing to adopt the chief's report, provided that the common council will appropriate the amount of money asked for in the report. If afflicted with scalp diseases, hsir fall ing out, and tpremsture baldness, do not use grease or alcoholic preparations, but apply Hall's Hair Benewer. FAMILY LIQUOR STORE I WIELAND fine BEER =XL WHISKIES, OnDraught g|| WINES The Bottle! [S M\ BRANDIES. Tel.j} 9 6. ipM?? Free Delivery. 115s.Spring F^Jfß_U5 sTspring J. P. CO. THIRD ANNUAL. SALE AT AUCTION I Attention, Horsemen and Lovers rf Popular -bred Trotting horses:— On Saturday, September 24, 1892, at 2 O'clock p.m., flfl TT 1 I o wlllEe l UatHANt; ° l KM ; JOHNSTON'S STABLKS, head of Downey avenue, 11 Head of tints and Pi lies \Wt^S^^^^ SS \X SSI make the youngster bring a long price All the other* are finely bred, and this sale will call out a-ateur horsemen who wish to purchase a youngster and develop him \tl m *i*}iV- 1 lHase RUen s lhe fale J n coMldeuce a Mr. Johnston does business squarely .Yam mst c z^tiottt*? 0 * cfta E h : cc^ on tsgy ggfegj^ &C£x LOST MANHOOD REBTORED HTai*7 &»f2l SPANISH NERVINE T , ha «••* n , erTO * ni hrain k RK-ffv 3b< " J»"»k»»s sold with uwrilltiii guarantee to cure ii£ W ( Tj, JJ nf,rvons diseases, such as Weak Memory, I.OSB of Bruin Power. Fits and \\ IZ, <7 Neuralgia, Hysteriu,Diztinass, Convulsions. Wakelulnees, Lost Manhood, 7 V A Nervousness. lassitude and all drains or loss of power of tha ger.erntive or. J!k\ J~ Jb~s4mm*. fv 4 "* l n either •ci lnvolnntiiry Losses, or Self Abuse caused l.y Over Kier- )°"throJ Indiscretions or lh « excessive t it Tolucco, Opium or nW^f mfmW '! 'ni ul "".t" which ultimately lead to insanity. With every tfi.to order we ——- Beforel and After Use-——gt»» » written guarantee to cure or refund the money. $1 i package or 6 for ti Spanish Medicine Co., Madrid. Spain. Address U. 8. Agents, Detroit. Mich. Circular Free. Mention p«u»B llendlgm F,)r gal siu r,Ti \a; 9 l»< ,t : ' rr <i t/.KMAN 111 M. Mtln street Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses were issued yester day to the following persons : Charles H. Hildebrand, aged 21, and Elaa Leona Emeraon, aged 16, both natives of California, and both residents of Loa Angeles. Almeric W. S. Coxhead, aged 31, a native of of England and residentof San Francisco, and Mary A. Hatkint, nged 22, a native of Salt Lake City, and re sident of Los Angeles. Boaz Duncan, aged 26, a native of Texas, resident of Montgomery, Al abama, and Kate Bryan, aged 21, a nat ive of Texas, and a resident of Los An geles. Mrs. A. W. McCurdy, aged 47, a native of Maine, and N. H. Sutton, aged 29, a native of California, both residents of Los Angeles. Thomas E. Banbury, aged 19, a native of Ohia, and Mary E. Lines, aged 21, a native of Missouri, both residents of Pasadena. Geo. W. Stubbs, aged 21, a resident of Monrovia, and Hattie Belle Hollins, a resident of Duarte, both natives of South Carolina. Miles's Nerve and Liver Pills. Act on a new principle— regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles's Pills speedily core oiliousuess, bad taste, torpid liver, pllos, oou stipatioa. Unequalled [or men, women, ehll- Iren. Smallest, mildest, sorest! SO doses. 26 cents. Samples free, at O, H. Hanee. Our Prominent Physicians Recommend John Wleland's and Fredericksburg Beer, Roth unequaled for quality, strength md purity Children Cry*for Pitcher's Castoria. SEXUAL DKB&tli! DR. WHITE. THE EMINENT SPECIALIST, Continues to cure PRIVATR, NERVOUS and CHRONIC DISEASES ol both sexes. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Syphilis, Im potency, Night losses, Varicocele promptly cared. Blood, Kidney, Bladder and Nervous diseases treated with remaikable success. Dr. White ls tbe oldest specialist in tbe city. DISPENSARY, 116 E. FIRST STREET, Rooms 12, 13, 14, 15. C. F. A. LAST, SUCCESSOR TO 131 N. MAIN ST., Wholesale and Retail Wine i Liquor Merchant Finest stock of Old Hermitage, W. H. Mo- Brayer, Old Crow, Spring Hill, New Hope, Blue Grass, Boud 4 Llllitrd. Mellwood, Old Taylor, etc. Straight Kentucky Whiskies. Family and m. diclnal trade solicited, 6 303 m OHION CHOP EOME 253 S. MAIN ST. The Very Finest ihe Market Affords. Oysters, etc. WILL OPEN WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7th. MIKE SIGUB & CO., Proprs. 9-6 3m ' L. WILHELM, p «r~ I. X, L. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 826 3. Main St., b?t Eighth and Ninth, Telephone -. 97, Los Angeies. Good rigs, gentle hori-e 1 and reila >ie drivers. Prices reasonable. Special attention to horses boarded by tbe duv, week or momh. Horses to let by the day, week or month. Brick stables; Are proof. 9 9 tf Carpet*. Hattreiee an Prioea low for spot cash, or will sell on Install mesti. 46 1 SOUTH BPEING BTHEBT Between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Telephone 984, P. O, box 1921. 7-81-M Repairing promptly attended to. Old t rutins taken in excha J. C. CUNNINGHAM, Manufacturer of and dealer in Trunks and Traveling Bags. 7-3 3m 136 South Main street. Tel. PIS. FOR SALE # TO CLOSE AN ESTATE A fine ranch of 200 acres in the Tem escal Valley, eight miles from South Riverside, San Bernardino county. Best ranch in the valley; first-class grain and fruit lands; nearly all fenced; two small houses; large barn; two horses; agricultural implements. Must be told to the highest bidder far cash. For further information apply to H. C. AUSTIN, Police Court Room, West Second Street, Los Angeles. s-17 lm rir&ATEIIS l+m FOR ALL PURPOSES. .% First-Class v Material and V" !f % Workmanship, '•-•••kr'v'mJr Economy steady Powe r« JjjarffilS; Efficiency, Simplicity, Etc., Etc. They cost less to operate than any other pow er. First-class satisfaction. Call and see en gine operate, or write for circular. S. W. LUITWEILER, 1!00 N. Los Ansreles St., Los Angeles. 8-4 3m d w COALINE. An article needed in every family for wash ing clothes and all kinds of cleaning. It con tains MO A Oil), NO LIME, NO POTASH. Used in the East wi'h success for years. Uni versally ujcful. Factories mills, printers, housekeepers, engineers, and persons wo.king where the hands become sore and strained. It leaves the hands toft and white, and cures cuts and scratches on the skin. No scrubbing; no muscular labor. In cleaning house, as a delicate woman can clean without fatigue. It saves paint. For cleaning paint, varnished surfaces, window glass, mirrors, gold frames, marble furniture, silverware, showcases, bronzes, cut glass, gloves and gas fixtures. It removes paint, pitch or tar from the hands or clothing readily. Anything soiled by oil or grease, flies, pencil marks or dirt of any kind. It will clean without soap or water. U. Ed in hotels and steamers for washing dishes. For the bath it has no equal. For cleaning false teeth, it saves that peculiar annoyance to so many. It cures the poison of poison oak, and removes sunburn. Directions on ev»ry bottle; 50c per quart bottle. W. E. HOG Kits, agent, P. 0. box 035,125 East Third street, los Ange les, cal. 9 11 lm REMO¥AL_ NOTICE. Messrs. PIRONI A BLATRI, manufacturer! of Native Wines and Brandies, beg to Inform the citizens of Los Angeles and vicinity that they are now permanently located at No. 340 North Main street (Baker block), where tbey have opened an office and spacious sales room for conducting their city and jobbing business. Family trade respectfully solicited and promptly attended to. Pure wines and brandies of enr manufacture for medicinal uses. Telephone 836. P. 0. box 1077, Station C. , N. B.—Proprietors of West Glendale Winery and Vineyards. 7-8 3m MANICURING, CRIMFING, SHAMPOOING, SINGEING, B T A r s WONDER HAIR PARLORS MRS. M CODIE, 219 South Spring street. PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO., UNDERTAKERS; AND EM BALM ERS. Everything FiistClaii nd Charges Reawaable. No. 140 North Main street, Los Angelea. Always open, Tel. No. 61.