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THE MICHIGAN ELECTION LAW. Its Constitutionality Now Being Argued. Attorney General Miller Strongly Opposes It. The Decision of the United States Su preme Court Awaited With Inter est—General News Gleanings of Importance. By the Associated Press. Washington, Oct. 11.—Arguments in the case to test the constitutionality of the Michigan law, providing for the choice of presidential electors by con gressional districts, which came up on appeal from the Michigan supreme court, begun in the United States su preme court today. The political aspect of the case is very pronounced, as it is admitted that if the law is sustained it will give part of Michigan's electoral vote to tbe Democrats. Attorney-Gen eral Miller appeared as one of the coun sel on the Republican side. In his argument against the law, Henry M. Dufheld relied principally upon the contention thßt the Miner act is in violation of the fourteenth amend ment to the constitution. Messrs. Champlin and Kirschner, in arguing for the law, raised as tbe first point the question of jurisdiction, declaring that tbe case, in the form in which it came up, waa not reviewable in the federal court, but only in the Btate court. Attorney-Genen.l Miller said it waa one of the moet hopeful aignß of the times that the courts were arousing to the fact that if the rights of the people were to be preserved, they must be pre served by the observance and enforce ment of the laws, and the law must take by the wristß the political bosses who are committing grand larceny with the righte of the people. "In eaying this," continued the at torney general, "I am not Eaying it as a partisan. lam perfect y aware tnat the people have been robbed by unjuet ap- Eortionment, by the party to which I elong, aa well aa the party to which I am opposed, and it is high time that the courts should aay to these worthies, it is just much larceny to steal a political right as it is to Bteal private property." DEFECTIVE FILINGS. The Southern Pacific Company Likely to Lose Muuy Acres uf l.uud. Washington, Oct. 11.—An important ruling was made by the general land of fice yesterday. Either through the neg ligence or incompetency of the Southern Pacific's Washington land attorneys, thousands of acres of land in California, filed aa indemnity selections by the Southern Pacific, are forfeited by the latter by reason of defective filings, and its entriea will be can celed unlees the railroad can succeed in straightening out its land affairs, which are aaid to be in a very bad fix. Forty thouaand acreß of tbe railroad company's indemnity lands in Califor nia were canceled yesterday, 8200 being in the Visalia district and 30,000 in the Independence district. The general land office today sent a letter to Henry Beard, Washington land attorney for the California and Oregon railroad company, in which Commis sioner Stone said: "In reply IC voiir verbal request to be informed a"a to what list., if any, of your pending indemnity selections are defect ive or invalid under tne department re quirements, I have to advise you that a hasty examination ol those now pending shows that nl!, with two or three excep tions, aie defective for want of proper specification of losses, while some are absolutely invalid for v. ant of any speci fication whatever. The amount em braced in these lists aggregates 500,000 acrea, while something like 180,000 acrea ia now pending on ap paal by the company from rejection by local land offices. Hence, before these lists can be favorably acted upon it will be necessary for the company to make them conform to departmental require ments, aa heretofore etated. Should, however, the company neglect or refuae to comply with said demand, and fail or refuse to make its lists of selectiona con form to the requirements of the rulea of the department, such of them aa are de fective wnen reached in the order of business will be held for cancelation, and such as are invalid will be can celed." « A similar letter waa sent to Beard, aa an attorney for the Southern Pacific and Oregon and California Railway compan iea. In the cases of the two last named roads, the filings lor 1,500,000 acres of land are defective or invalid, and will be canceled unless the companiea can make them conform to the requirements. A SENSATION EXPLODED. The Boston Globe Takes Back Part of its Lizzie Borden Story. Boston. Oct. 11.—The Globe stated this morniDg that upon investigation it is satisfied that the statement published yesterday concerning Lizzie Borden's physical condition ia not true. It bases its belief on the statement of Dr. and Mrs. Bowen. The Globe also Bayß there are other inaccuracies in the alleged new evidence which was sold to its re porter by Detective Edwin Mcllenry. of Providence. Northern Pacific Stockholders. New York, Oct. 11. —At the annual meeting of the Northern Pacific, to be held here October 20th, the New York holders of preferred stock will demand that $3,847,000 consolidated mortgage bonds he set aside for preferred stock to be locked up for a series of years. The Philadelphia holders will request the appointment of a committee of stock holders to examine the physical and financial condition ot the property. A Ballot Scare in South Dakota. Pierre, S. D., Oct. 11.—Considerable anxiety is felt in regard to the printing of the ballots under the new Australian law. They must be printed in the state, and only nine da.\ s remain in which to do the work. Large, fast preaees are few, and only one firm in the state has enough paper of the kind re quired, and it ia holding off for better terma. General Price Dead. Denver, Col., Oct. 11.—James D. Price, of Confederate fame, died here last night of cancer in the eye. The remains will be sent to his old home at Jefferson City, Mo. Dandruff. This annoying scalp trouble, which gives the hair an untidy appearance, is cured by ekookum root hair grower. AH druggists. LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1892. BACK FROM ALASKA. The Cotter Rasb Returned—Dr. Jack son's Belndeer Colony. . San Francisco, Oct. 11.—The revenue cutter Rush, which arrived this morn ing, ten days from Bering aea, brought down Dr. Bheldon Jackßon, who has been spending the summer on the reve nue cutter Bear, along the coast of Sibe ria, purchasing and transporting domes ticated reindeer into Alaska, aa commie eioned to do by the interior department. Dr. Jackson haa aticceßefully established a herd of 125 reindeer at Port Clarence, near tbe Bering straita. Miner W. Bruce, of Nebraska, has been ap pointed as superintendent of the reindeer atation. Tbe starting of thia herd is the commencement of an enterprise which, it ia claimed, will not only save from extinction the Esquimaux of Alaska, but will assist in populating and civilizing that region. A band of 16 reindeer turned looee by Dr. Jackaon at Unalaaka, in 1891, pasaed through last winter safely, and they are increasing in numbers. The cutter Bear entered large masses of ice in June and July, breaking her propeler and two anchora. Point Bar row waa reached safely about the mid dle of August. The.Ranger ia expected to return here in a few days, but tbe Adama and tbe Bear will remain in Bering aea until December let. j : • POPULISTS' GOOD LUCK. PKOPIE'B PARTY ELECTORS' NAMES TO BE PRINTED. Secretary of State Walte Decides to Put Them on the Ticket Regardless of Attorney-General Hart's Opinion. Sacramento, Oct. 11.—Secretary of State Waite decided thia afternoon to place the People's party electors on the state ticket. Tomorrow ia the laat day allowed tbe eecretary of state to make up the atate ticket. An interesting question may poeeibly arise out of the aecretary'e decision. Attorney - General Hart holds that the People'a party, aa well aa the non partisans of San Francisco, have no right on either the state or municipal tickets. The light of the non-partiaanß to appear on the ticket ia now before the aupreme court for decision. If the ver dict should be against them, would not the placing of the People's party elec tors on the ticket invalidate the elec tion, as the two parties, it is claimed, occupy an analogical position?" GAVE UP THE GHOST. The Western Traffic Association a Thing of tho Past. New York, Oct. 11.—The advisory committee of the Western Traffic asso ciation trick to hold a meeting here this morning for the purpose of endeavoring to patch up differences, but were unable to secure a quorum and adjourned sine die. It .8 believed thiß amounts prac tically to the disbandonment of the as sociation. The roadß represented were the Atchinson: Rock Island; Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern ; Chicago, .Milwaukee and St. Paul; Northwestern, Minnesota and Omaha; Denver and Rio Grande; Missouri Pacific; Northern Pacific; Union Pacific; Rio Grande, Western and Wabash. Those not iepre sented were the Burlington; Illinois Central; lowa Central; Southern Pa cific. Chairman Walker aaid, after ad journment: "I do not expect there will be any demoralization in rates or the business of the roads. There ia an abundance of business to safeguard against that. No doubt a new associa tion will be formed in a short time." REVISING THE PRAYER BOOK. Proceedings of the Protestant Episcopal Conference at Baltimore. Baltimore, Md., Oct. 11.—In the house of bishops of the Protestant Episcopal triennial conference today, Dr. Huntington, chairman of the joint committee on standaid prayer book, presented the report of his committee. It is an immense volume, corrected and revised up to date. Dr. Huntington said it waß five pages shorter than tbe old one. He offered resolutions to the effect that the text submitted be ac cepted aa the book of common prayer, and if the house of bishops concur, that 1,000 copieß be printed. Then Mr. Burg man offered a resolution intended to re arrange the articles and offices of the prayer book. This threw the house into a debate, lasting until noon. Finally the first of the series of resolutions was taken up and lost by a large vote. OFF FOR CHICAGO. Governor Marhhaiu and Staff Going on a World's Fair Jnnket. Sacramento, Oct. 11.—Col. J. B. Wright has completed all the arrange ments for the trip of Governor Mark ham and party to Chicago, to partici pate in the dedication of the world's fair buildings and grounde, on tbe -Ist inst. The party leaves Sacramento tomor row night, and the governor will be ac companied by the following members of his staff: Brig.-Gen. C. C. Allen, Col. J. B. Wright, Lieut.-Col. Frank McLaugh lin, Lieut.-Col. Forrest S. Chadbourn, Lieut.-Col. William D. Sanbourt, Lieut.- Col. Reed Jones, Lieut.-Col. William J. Younger, Lieut.-Cal. John T. Brungin, Lieut.-Col. Doolittle. The Californiana will occupy two elegant Bleepers, attached to the fast mail train. In Chicago they will be the guests of the director-general of the fair. Too Much of a Risk. It is not unusual for colda contracted in the fall to bang on all winter. In auch cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis are almost sure to result. A fifty-cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will cure any cold. Can you afford to risk bo much for co small an amount? Thia remedy is intended especially for bad colds and croup and can alwaya be depended upon. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main, druggist. Mullen, Bluett & Co., the leading clothiers, corner Spring and First, have their fall stock ln, and a more complete and elegant line in fine and medium clothing and furnishing goods has never .been offered to the people of California. Patronize California Industries By ordering S. F. Double Extra Brown Stout, superior to any foreign made stout and porter, Jacob Adloff, agent. Summer lap dusters at Foy's old reliable sad dlery house, 315 North Los Angeles street. Drink John Wleland or Fredericksburg lager beer, on tap at all first-class places. Use uerman Family boa DISASTROUS EXPLOSION. Two Person* Killed and Many Injured In a Main* Paper Mill. Orono, Me., Oct. 11.—Two large di geatora in tbe Bangor Pulp and Paper company's mill exploded this morning, causing the lose of two lives and tbe injury more or less seriouely of six per sons. Richard Zein was killed outright. William Eddy died aoon after being taken out of the ruina. Walter Smith, Austin Whittemore and William Bu chanan were taken out with seriona injuries, and Wilson Cromby, H. Farrell aud Jamea McQueen badly bruised. The total lose will reach over $300,000, and over 150 persons are deprived of employ TO "^o^^^^r^^^*^^^^^"*^^ Doesn't " look " as she ought —the weak, nervous and ailing wo man. As long as she suffers from the aches, pains, and derangements peculiar to her sex, she can't ex pect to. But there's only herself to blame. With Dr. Pierces Favorite Pre scription, she's a different woman. And it's a change that can be seen as well as felt. Tho system is in vigorated, the blood enriched, di gestion improved, melancholy and nervousness dispelled. With the " Favorite Prescription," all the proper functions are restored to healthy action. Periodical pains, weak back, bearing-down sensations, nervous prostration, all "female complaints " arc cured by it. . It's the only medicine for woman's weaknesses and ailments that's guaranteed to do what is claimed for it. If it doesn't give satisfac tion, in every case for which it's rec ommended, the money is returned. Can something else offered by the dealer, though it may pay Mm better, be "just as good"? SPECIAL NOTICE. O^H_^BOYT_PH2KniT^ On account of illnes-1 have been unable to solicit the support of my friends in my behalf as a candidate for councilman. I therefore take this method of announcing that I am in the race for the office, and solicit their sup port, aud hope to he able to Interview them Eersonailyin a few days. Respect!ully, JOHN .O'BRYAN. 10-9tf OHN BAPTISTE FROVA. Ci TMNEY sweeper, 149 San Pedro Btreet. 9 9lm ~A F. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE iY. 112 Center Place. 9-8 tf NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER Com ran y w til strictly enforce the following rule: The iiours for sprinkling are betweeu 6 and g o'clock a.m. and 6 and 8 o clock p.m. Fora violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before water will be tnrncd on again. 8-17 tf rpHB GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC CURE J. is the greatest discovery made within the last 100 years ln patent medicines. For sale by all leadicg druggists. 10-17-91 ly WANTED—HELP. PETTY, HUMMEL & CO., SUCCESSORS TO Petty & Hummel and Martin & Co., 207 West Second street, and 131 and 135 West First street, where ail people wanting any kind of situations or help can be promptly and satis factorily supplied. The largest agency west of the Mississipp. river. Miscellaneous depart ment at 20" West Second street. Tel. 40. Hotel work. 131-135 West Firtt Bt. Tel. 509. >irst c ass household department ln each office. "VSTANTED—TEACHER, COMPETENT ALSO VV to practice mtdicine; good salary. LOS ANGLLES TEACHERS' AGENCY, 120% 8. SpriDg. 10-11-2t WANTED— A BOY O.* ABOUT 10 YEARS to learu the drug business; a German pre ferred. Inquire at Twelfth aud Ollvo sts. 10-12 2t ANTED—2SO RAILROAD MEN; $1.75 per day: transportation free. SMITH & GALLAGHtsrI, 119j. a West First st. 1011-3t VjITANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP FREE— VV Employment or any information, address E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880. Office, 319H South Spring Btreet; residence, 451 South Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ange les, Cal. Telephone 113. 8-16 if WANTED—SITUATIONS. YJI7ANTRD—A YCIJN^MAN^^ATrKNDING V? school wishes a place to work morning and evening ior his hoard aud room. Address LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, 144 Main St. 10 12 7t ANTED-SITUATION BY TWO girls in private fami.ies; first-class cooks; Address SITU ATION, Box ;0, this office. It ANTED—SITUATION TO DO GENERAL housew rk or as cook in private family. Addre'B B J. Box 20. thia office. 10-10 _t WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. WANTS D-TO "TRADE A 4-YEAR-OLD, 1100 Ib. black stylish buggy horse for a smaller speedy single footer or pacer, good under the Baddle. Address X., box 30, this office. 10 6 lot ANTED—SOO MEN TO FINISH A GOOD, hot lunch, with a 5c schooner of beer, at GAMBRINUS HALL, 213 East First Bt. 10-1. 7t ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAP est place at BURNS', 256 South Main st. 1-27 tf • PERSONAL. our giant coffee roaster. Java and Mocha, 35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c; Peerless coffee, 20c; sugars, 16 lbs granulated, $1; 19 lbs brown, $1; 6 lbs rolled oats or wheat, 25c: i lbs best rice, 25c; 6 lbs sago or tapioca. 25c; 10 lbs Lima beans, 25c; 3 pkgs starch or corn starch, 25c; can milk, 10c; can deviled ham, sc; 5 cans saidineß, 25c; 2 lbs corned beef, 15c: 5 lbs Japan tea, $1; can coal oil, 80c; best bacon, 15c; pork, 12c; brooms, 15c; wooden palls, 15c; fruit jars. 80c do.en. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 South Spring street. PERSONAL— RALPHS BROB— GOLD BAR Flour, $1.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar, 19 lbs $1: granulated sugar, 16 lbs $1; white sugar, 17 lbs $1: 5 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans fruit, 50c; 50 bars soap, 11; eastern gasoline, 80c, aud coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beel, 15c; lard, 10 lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 60c. 601 South Spring street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf ERBONAL-W. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER, room 13 Bryßon-Bonebrake block. Pro bate and insolvency law a specialty. Advice free. 7-23 ly UNCLE SAM'S WINE CELLARS AT E. FLEUR'S, wines and liquors, 404-406 North Los Angeles street. 6-3 tf LOST AND FOUND. FOR the Sisteis' Fair, on New High or Franklin sts ; the nunTberß known; they are useless to finder. Please leave at this omce. 10 12 It IJ»OUND— A DOG. OWNER CAN RECOVER ' by proving property and paying charges. Addres C. G. Box 40, this office. 10 10 3t T OBT—TERM DEPOSIT PASS BOOK NO. 1 j 3199, of the Los Angeles Savings Bank, standing in the name of Los Angeles Lodge, No. 12, O. D H. S. Finder will please return aame to the bank. 10 11 4t AUCTION SALES. J\ Saturday, Oct. 15,10 a.m., at Washington Garden stables, corner Washington and Main sts. THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer. 10-12 4t BARGAINS IN REAL BSTATB. fro AN ®OU water nation. Bert la nit 8 orang<- groves, large and small. J. COLSTON, -09 South Broadway. 0-0 6m a_»VFof. —TWO BEAUTIFUL BUILDING ep_rt)lFulots,in the most fashionable part of Sanrn ba'bura, 50x200 esch. These lost cost $5400. This is « great chance, as owner mv t ■ell. Santa Barbara Is the greatest health re sort on th* coast, Address L. F. BILMORK, 226 Kills st, 8. F. 10-11 7t ITiOR SALE —TEN ACRKB W TH WATER, V planted to grapes, pilce, (81500. 280 seres ready for ihe plojr, ne«r Outarlo. $00; corner lot. Bellevue and Belmont, $500; ISO acres near tin nmonga; 2 lots. Fair Osks avenue, Pasadena. $550 each, and one has smalt houee: 20 acre tracts at Cucamonga long time and low Interest Any of the above can be exchanged for mortgaged Main street property. POIN DKXTKK A LIST, 127 W. Second st, 10-a tf .SALE—SSOOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK JF on Second st,: 2 stores snd 13 rooms; easy terms, bte uWMKK, room 78, Temple block. 10-2-tI * HOMKS FOR ALL—I WILL SELL YOU A lot and build you any kind of a house you like, on monthly Installments; carpenters, plasterers and laborers can llml work aud pay part for home Address, RALPH ROGRRy, 215>_ W. First St., city. 9-21-lm 171O R i-ALE-$4OO-HOCSE AND LOT C<JR ' ncr Court and Patton streets: both streets graded. M. P. SNYDER. 139 South Broadway. 9 13 tf ' TT-OK SAI E—HOUSESJFORbALE. MONTHLY J 1 pm nil nls. Allison Barlow, 227 West Seo ond st !9-ll tf FO RESALE— COUNTRY PROPERTY. FOR highly improved and desirable; 3 miles city limits; trustless belt; 6 acres fruit, balance ln fine cultivation; offered for the price asked for adjoining farms, If sold immedialely. Mc- KOON & CO., 234, W. Firttst. 10-11 2t 10 ACRE dUI.TANA VINEYARD: GOOD orange laud; plenty of water. Only $1500 -nquire of ROSS & CLUTE, 130 BrpHdwiy. 10 9 1m FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. fj>Oß BALE—A TWO-WHEEL CART AND 1 harness, iv good coudilion: very cheap. Apply to MRs. TURNER, 2533Gleason avenue, Boyle Heights. 10 11-tf OR SALE—TO CLOSE AN ESTATE, AN elegaut span of carriage horses, harness, carriage and buggy; horses gentle and work either i ingle or double: will sell ln part or as a whole very cheap. WESLEY CLARK, 127 W. Third street. 9-25-tf OR HALE—AN UFRIOHf PIANO. ALMOST new, at a bargain. FIsHBR ,v. BOYD PIANO COMPANY', 121 and 123 North Spring, corner Franklin. 9 10 lm OR BALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTI ties to suit, at this office. FOR RKNT-HJt»UBEB^ FOR KENT—A MODERN 6-ROOM COT tage, at 713 We-t First st. Apply at 101 8. Flower Rent, $20. 10 5-9 I~~ 71QR RENT—ALL NICELY FURNISHED, J that beautiful home. No. 1500 Figueroa st. WESLEY CLARK. 127 W. Third St. 9-25 tf Ij>OK RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CHY 1 C. A, Sumner A Co., 107 S. Broadway. 4 12 IjlOR RENT—COTTAGE OF FIVE ROOMS, 1 5:17 s. Flower st. 10-12 3t FOR RENT—ROOMS. Msin and Seventh sts - .; 47 elegaut rooms, being two upper tlats, partly occupied: all modern imirovements. Apply R. G. LUNI, 227 West c-ccoud st. 10 11 tf OR r¥nT—lN PRIVATE FAMILY. ROOM with board; nice location: on car line. Address, I. M., bex 20. this office. 10 9 4t tf>OK BENT—FINK SUNNY ROOMS. FUU -1 nlshed. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Aliso and Los Angeles streets 6-3 tf I7<OR KENT—2II TEMPLE ST., OPPOSITE ' new court house, furnished loom, sunny. 10-1- 7t. FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT—VICKERY BLOCK, -STtO 505 N. Main; SO fine rooms, being four upper flits; modern improvements; partly occupied. Apply K. G. LCNT, 227 West second St. 10-11 tf IM>R RENT—A SQUARE PIANO IN GOOD ' condition; will rent for six rronths. FISHER & BOYD PIANO COMPANY, 121 and 123 North Spring, corner Franklin. 915 lm FOR EXCHANGE. OR~_XcTIA~N^ gage and cle»r lot lor well-broken mares. R. W. POINDEXTER, 127 W. Second. 9-18 lm DENTISTS. ■__. ■ DX. DIFFENBACHER, S. - V-j£_, Bpring street, rooms 4 and 6. , ; Teeth extracted and filled with ■OXJ outpaln , 7-21 ly 18S2—Established—1882. DR. L. W. WILLS. COX. OF SPRING AND First streets, Wilson block; take elevator, t old crown and bridge work a specialty: teeth extracted withoutpain. Room 1. ml tf DR. URMY, DENTIST—OFFICE REMOVED to 124V4 South Spriug street. All opera tions guaranteed perfect at greatly reduced prices. Extracting and filling without pain. 4-15 tf DR. TUCKER. DENTIST—OFFICE NO. 120H South Spring street. 11-25 tl DR TOLHUR3T, DENTIST, 10"% N. SPRI vG st., rooma 2, 6 and 7. Palr.le»s extracting. physicians. M~r£ n™her brick block, 127 East 1 hlrd street, between Main and Los Angeles; diseases of women, ner vous, rectal, sterility and genito urinary dis eases; also elcctxo therapeutics. Hours, 10 to 4, 7 to 8. RS. DB. J. H SMITH, SPECIA'.'IY MlD wlfery. ladies tared for during confine ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls ptomptly Bttended to. Telephone 1119. m2S tf HOMEOPATHIC PHVSICIANB. OF . children. Office and residence, 835 S. Olive st Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.:2t04 p m. Telephone 874. 10-9 tt GOLDEN GATE GAS ENGINB. SOMETHING NEW AND EFFECTIVE IN i*> gas or gasollna engines—Anyone having troub'e with their gas engine, or contemplat ing puttlrg up a plant o> power, will do well to call aud examine the Golden Gate Gas, Gaso line or Natural Gas Engine and see it and be convinced that It is by far the mo«t perfected engine ln the market today, we except none. T, M. MARTIN, agent, 154-156 North Los An x les st,re°t. 7-24 «_ CARRIAGE WORKS. am manufacturing nil kinds of spring wag ons, buggies and carriages at greatly reduced prices. B.'acksmithlng, painting and trim ming done promptly. Leather top buggieß Iroro $125 to $150. RICHARD MOLONY, 323 Aliso atreet Los Angeles Cal. rt H. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 SOUTH \Jm Broadway. 8-7 ly URGKSS J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, EBTAB llshed for the past 10 years in Los Angeles. Kooms 7 anil 8 (second floor), Workman block, Hpring St.. between second and Third. 3-2 ly DYERS AND FINISHERS. I >a£SjIAN DYE WORKS: 274 SOUTH MAIN 1 street. Best dyeing In the city. 1-I3tf METROPOLITAN eTKAM DYE WORKS, 241 Franklin street. Fine dyeing and clesn lng. .1-13 t f MUSICAL. B- 6 stringed taught. Hudio 51. Take elevator by People's store, l'hillipa block, 10-12 12m PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. block. Tel. 347. I.oa Angelea. 11-22 tf CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. BITUMIN~ ous aud asphalt paving. 237 W. First St. 0-1 tf ABSTRACTS. A"bBYra6YaND TITIE INSURANCE COM psny of Los Angeles, northwest corner of Frank'ln and New High streets ml 7 tf P_tAN_f C. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR. 469 South Flower street. 8-16 ly DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRL 9-416 W. TENTH street, between Grand avenue and olive street, on electric and cable routes. Miss Par sons and Miss Cennen, principals, lately prin cipals ot New York Avenue Institute, Bruok lyn, N. Y. A thoiough ami attractive school. Prepares for college. Corps of twelve teachers ln English studies, Latin, Greek, French, Gor man; music, piano, violin and voice: art, and physical culture. Special students admitted. Afternoon classes for ladles. 10-4 lm SUMMER SCHOOL AT THE WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 245 R. Spiingst., Los Angeles. School in session all summer. Thorough training in the commercial and English branches, penmanship, shorthand and telegra phy. Call or write forour new illustrated cata logue. o>. A. HOUGH. President. W. G. FELKKR, Vice President. 7-5 tf E. C. WILSON. Secretary. C" FECIAL SUMMER SESSION O -win, orgs AT— THE -LOS ANGELES BUSINEbS COLLEGE, 144 Sonth Main Street, June 27th. One of the most successful teachers of the public schools has been employed for the sum mer. Classes will be formed te accommodate these who wish to make up back work, who wish to advance a grade, or u> take up any special work, such as penmanship, bookkeep ing, shorthand, typewriting, etc. For lull par slc-lsrs call at college office, 144 South Main. X, R. SHKADEK, President. F. W. KKL3EV, Vice-President. I. N. INHKEEP, Secretary. 8-16-91 lyr IBS MARSH'S SCHOOL-A BOARDING and day school lor girls, incorporated. The fifth school year begins September 21st, For circulars, addresß 1340 and 1342 S. Horns st Principals Miss A. S. Marsh and Miss F. C. Shoecralt. 10-5 lot CLASHES IN PAINTING, DRAWING AN French; also, evening leßsons. Terms reasonable New Wilson block, room 97. Melle DE LA BAERE. 9 30 lm SCHOOL OF ART AND' DESIGN (INCOR porated), 137 South Main Btreet (Chamber of Commerce). Commodious new studios. L. K. GARD -N-MACLEOD, prlucipal. rpHE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, AT THE COR. JL uerof Fitth and Main. ls;now open for new students. Both piano and voice, under di rection of BERNARD BERG. 9 21 lm A BTBURY SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING I V and Business institute. Take elevator by People's store, Phillips block. Send for i ata iogue. 10-1212 m Rrt. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF Piano, Voice Culture, Gnitar and Banjo. ARDMOUR, Broadway nnd-l-thst. 9-24-tf CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC aud Art; open all the year. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, president, 648 Bouth Olive street 8-14 ly UDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND Arts will open October 10th. 9-1 tf WILLHARTITZ, MUSICAL STUDIO, • room 37, California Bank B'ld'g. 8-13 ly INDERGARTEN TRAINING SCHOOL WILL reopen October 6ln. Address MRS. N. D. MaYHEW, 67H W. Twenty-thiid street. 7-9 tf HE LONGLKY SHORTHAND INSTITUTE, tbe oldest and best. Pupils assisted to situations. Spring and First streets. 6-26 tl eachkrs' class preparing for county examination. Positions for govern esses and teachers. LVOv; 8. Soring, 12-25 tl MEDICAL PSRBONALS. FOR LADIES ONLY—THE PROPHYLACTIC Compound Is the greatest medical discov ery ol tbe age. Absolutely sure and safe. Every bottle guaranteed. Write to the Prophylactic Compound Company. Fresno, Cal., for a de scriptive circular, which contains information that may save you years of suffering, and per haps your life. Circulars aud the preparation can be obtained from all druggists. F. W. BRAUN & CO., distributing agents for South ern California. 7-16 ITiRENCH TANSY WAFERS—LADIES WILL V find these wafers just what they need, aud can be depended upon every time to give relief. Safe and sure. Send by matl, sealed securely. Price. 12 per box. Emerson Drug Co.. manu facturers San Jose, Cal., and for sale only by GODFREY & MOORB, 108 S. Spring st„ and H. G. VOKCKELL, corner Fifth and Main. 3-20 cod 12m DR. F. LAMBERT CUIUEB RHEUMATISM. 300 Aliso street, Los Angele". 9-13 lm ARRIED LADIES—SEND 10 CENTS FOR 'Tnfalllbie Safeguard" (no medicine, no deception); just what you want. LADIES' BAZAR, Kansas City Mo. 7-8 6m MISS NELLIE BARNES, OF SAN FRAN cisco, trance, test and business medium. 316U South Bpring strett. Sittings ddly, VI, 9-30-lm MRS. PARKER. CLAIRVOYANT, LIrE reading, business, lawsuit*, mineral locs tions, removals, health, love, marriage, etc. Take Spring and Washington street car to Ver mont avenue, go south to Vine street, second house west of Vermont avenue. 1-27 tf I PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY ln any amouuta on ail kinds of personal property and collateral security, on pianos with out removal, diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins, bi cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property ol value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., iv warehouses; partial payments received, money without delay; private offices for consultation; will call If deßired. W. E. DuGROOT, Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 8. Spring St., opposLe Nadeau hotel. 7-29 tf LOANS, 7 AND 8 PER CENT. BRADSHAW BROS., 101 South Broadway. 8-16 6m 8. ROBINSON, LOANS; 7 PER CENT; UT. city and county property. 213 West First street. 8-13 3m ONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY amount. M. P. SNYDER, !39 South Broadway. 8-13 6m ONKY TA) LOAN ON COUNTRY AND city propXrtv; lowestratea. W K. BURKE, notary public, 169 North Spring street.B-13 lim ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWKL 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 WITHOUT DELAY, no commission, at prevailing rates of inter est, see c.ecuilty savings Hank,.l4M S. Main st. 3-1 tf MONBT POIND 4XTER dTuST. BROKERS, 127 W, Second St.. loan money on good security at reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If you wish to lend or borrow, call on up. 8-17 Cm ONEY TO LOAN—A. R. FRASER &F: D. Lanterman. 139 S. Broadway. 817 6m TICKET AGENCY—CUTRATES to all points; tickets bought and sold. 213 South Spring street, Hollenbeck Hotel block. Member American Ticket Brokers' Association. 0. JUDSON i CO.'B EXCURSIONS EA6 -• every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston Manager ln charge, Office, 212 S. Spring st. 6-1 tl IMPROVED EXCURSION CAR SERVICE, the Santa Fe route, shortest through car Hue to the east; daily through trains to Chicago; special family tourist sleeping car excursion! for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and New York personally attended through to Boston by Santa Fe excursion conductors, For cheapest tickets and full Information apply to any agent Southern Cal! fornla Ry, _nd City Ticket Office Santa Fe Route, 129 N. Spring »t„ Los Angeles. JL-l tf liHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Personally conducted through" to Chicago and Boston. Offlco. No. 188 South Spring st. Itf HONOLULU TOURS—HUGH B. RICK, BPE clal agent Oceanic 8 8- Co. Office: 12* W. Serorid at : P.O. Box 679. 12-4 tf ATTORNEYS. JAY E. HUNTER, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW— Bryson--tonebrake block. Telephone 528. Practice in all the courts, state and federal. 7-1 tf M. ALEX. RYAN, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor at law, rooms 1,2,8,115 West First street, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 379. 7-23 ly KN GOODRICH, LAWYER. NO. 2 LAW building, 125 Temple street, near court house. Telephone 108. 7-6 tf K. TRABK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FUL . ton block, 207 New High street, Los An gelea. 1-* B " republican nominees. Republican nominee for ASSEMBLYMAN, 75TH DISTRICT, . Election, November 8,1892. AMUSEMENTS. Me Lain & Lehman, Managers. WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 12TH, at 8, and a Grand Family and School Matinee at 3 p m. Farewell tour ol the World Renowned and? Original i.rlrr 9 - T. 9¥ THD .f? (ConntasV iiaitfV,'j. AND FIFTEEN SELECTED ARTI-tTB, In the Musical Farce Comedy, THE v LITTLE v COUNTESS, By Charles) Gaylor, Introducing the smallest and moßt ye satile ao tor-iin existence, combined with J. I'Howe's Coinedlan9. Prices of admission-Evening, as usual, Mat inee, 25c and 50e. Reseived seats now on sale. GRAND OFKKA HOUSE. Under the direction of Al Ha ym an. McLain A Lehman, Managers. 2 TWO NIGHTS 2 COMMENCING FRIDAY, OCTOBER* 14TH. Jacob Lilt's and Thoa. H. Davil' Transconti nental Triumph, YOIST YONSON, A distinct dramatic departure illustrated by j GCB HEKGE, j Originator of Swediih dia'.ict comedy, and a grand company of players from tho Now Park Theater, New York city. A CARLOAD OF SPECIAL SCENERY I Seats on sale Monday. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Under the direction of Al Dayman. McLain & 1 .miman, Managers, w 0 e b d 8 n d e a s y day OCT. 18 AND 19. GRAND MATINEE WEDNESDAY, WM. A. BRADY'S Elaborate production of Dion Boucicault's Masterpiece, | -:- AFTER DARK ! -> ] The Favorites, McINTYRE AND HEATH, Black-faced Aristocrats. Admission—Sl 00, 750, 50c, 25c Marine. —25c and 50c. HENRY J. KRAMER'S BCIIOOL FOR DANCING AND DEPOKTMENT, New office and Academy, 139 W. Fifth it. class for Beginners, Ladles, Misses and Mas ters—Saturday afternoons only, 1:30 to 3:30; class commences Saturday afternoon, October Sth. Advanced class, Ladies, Misses and Masters- Saturday afternoons, 330t0 5 30. Class com mences Saturday, October Sth, at 3:30. No visitors Class for Beginners, Ladies and Gentlemen- Monday and Thursday evenings from Bto 10. Class commences Monday evening, October 10th. at 7:30 Advanced class for Ladies and Gentlemen— Wednesday evenings only, at 8 Class com mences Wednesday evening, October 12th. TERMS—Cash on entering name. Half quar ter, 10 class lessons, $6. Cue quarter, 20 class U-ssons, $!0. Discount to two or more from one family or lady and gentleman iv company. The hall can be secured for private dancing clubs, musicsles aud wedding receptions. Mu sic-furnished if desired. 10 2 2w THE PALACE, Corner First and Spring streets. ( Family and Ladles' entrance on First it.) — THE VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS Will tender a concert every day, from 12 1.30 p.m. (during lunch hour), ALSO A GRAND CONCERT Every evening from 7:30 p.m to 12 m. The best commercial lunch ln the city 11 a.m. till 2 p.m., and from 5 to 7 p.m. A la carte from Up.m. to 12 m. 9-6 lm , . ! , NEW VIENNA BUFFET. 114 and 116 Court street F. KERKOW, Pbopbibtob. Family Entrance. Family Departments FREE REFINED ENTERTAINMENT Al CONCERT EVERY EVENING. I HENLEY SISTERS, MiSS LINA CREWS, ; MISS SYDNEY BARRYMORE. . 4 And reappearance of the Berth Family, MIS MARGUERITE BERTH, Directress. FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 a.n. t 2 p m.. and from 5 to 7 p.m. A - LA - CARTE - AT - ALL - HOUib The only place for Imported Bavarian <, on draught, aud Berlin Weiss beer; also Ltmn Extra Pale and Buffalo. 4-3 tf republican nominees. Regular Republican nominee for STATE SENATOR, Thirty-seventh Senatorial District, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892 JOHN C. CLINK, Regulsr Republican nominee for t SHERIFF, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. rpROWBBIDGB H. WARD, Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY CLERK. Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. X. LOPEZ, ' (Present City Auditor.) Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY AUDITOR, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. M. KELBBY, ~~ Regular Republican nominee for PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. W. FRANOICO. Regular Republican nominee for SUPERVISOR (Second Supervisorial District). Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. BRAY, Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY RECORDER. Election Tuesday, November 8, Ib9_. JABEZ BANBURY, egular Republican nominee for COUNTY TREASURER, Election Tuesday, November a, 1892.