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NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, Octoier 18,1892. PHI. 6:00 a m. 6:00 p.m 65 68 31 an Max. tern., 81; mln. tern., 50. Forecast. Forecast for Southern Oalifornia: Fair weather, north to west winds; temperature, warmer, except stati .nary along the coast. John Armstrong, Agnes Regan and Ronulds, all children, were arrested ▼esterday, charged with disturbing tne peace, in breaking Mrs. Mueller's win dow, in East Los Angeles. They will appear before Justice Owens this morn in 8- . . .. Divorce proceedings have been insti tuted by the following persons: Mrs. Martha Wilson vs. David Wilson, Eframe Valenziiela vs. Agrinena Valenzuela, O. J. Mendenhall vs. Viola D. Mendenhall. T. G. Harold, alias Jack Burk. who was arrested Monday night by Officers Benson and Home, while in the act of committing a burglary at the I. X. L. store on First Btreet, was arraigned be fore Justice Owens yesterday. The case was continued until Saturday next. The Epworth League of the Firat M. E. church will celebrate Columbus day next Friday evening, at the church. An excellent piograuamehas been prepared, consisting ot essays and recitations by members of the league, and music. Col. G. Wiley Wtlla will deliver an address. C. H. Long, who lives st 1343 Rich Btreet. near Pico, reported at the police station yesterday, that about 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on lest Saturday, while the family were temporarily absent, a petty thief entered the house and stole s purße containing $10. He also stated that on the evening previous a similar small theft was committed in that vici nity. Mrs. Minna Tott, a woman with two children, deserted by her husband, and Buffering from a broken ankle, has, through the intervention of city mis sionary, Rev. Mr. Phillips, been allowed $8 per"month by the county supervisors, which money is paid to her through him. For some time pa»t she was sup ported by some of the neighbors, and also received aid from the German Be nevolent society. PERSONAL. Mr. Singletary of Riverside is in the city. Mark Plaisted, editor of the Riverside Enterprise, is in the city. Mr. W. C. Thornton, senior member of the firm of Thornton, St. John & Co., returned Monday from a business trip to San Frauci*co. He reports business dull in the metropolis of the state, and thinks that Los Angeles is strictly in it, in a business sense. F. W. DeVan, having resigned the eashiership of the Main Street Savings Bank and Trust company, has accepted the management for Southern California of the People'a Fire Insurance Co., of Manchester; tbe United States Eire In surance Co., of New York, and the New York Bowery Fire Insurance Co., of New York. CORRIGAN'S COMPLAINT. He Charges His Roomers With Blacking Hl* Kye. I About midnight last evening Patrick Corrigan called at the police station wiih a black eye and a complaint. He lives on AiidO street, near the bridge, and has two roomer 3 known aa "Frilz" and "Long John." Ha stated to Police Clerk Bean that he had furnished Fritz with a tick and a place on the floor where he could eleep, and he brought in Long John. They got drunk, and when he attempted to put ihem out of hiR houee, one of them hit him in the eye with a stone, and they threatened to set fire to the honsf. Officer Woodward went out to inves:ig*te the riotous roomers, aleo the nature of the locality. Corrig*u is en gaged in picking up bottles and other unconsidered trifles, and is quite a local chaiacter. FELL FOURTEEN FEET. A Serious Accident Which Befell O. O. Cry int. About 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon 0. G. Bryant, a one armed painter, while at work painting a house on the corner of Eighth and Hope streets, fell distance of 14 feet, and broke the thigh bone of his right leg. He was taken to the receiving hospital at the central police station, and after wards to the county hospital. He has a wife and two children, and liveß on Fifth Btreet, near Bonnie Brae street. Young Hoodlums. Laut evening the conductor of a West lake electric car complained at the po lice station that a lot of boys in the vicinity of First and Ohio streets had been annoying him by hailing the car, when they would ride a block and then I'iimp off; and that some of tbem would tail the car, and when it stopped, they would apply their Supers to their noses, laugh and run away. Officer Woodward made a few trip* on the car for the pur pose of catching some of the hoodlumß, but they had evidently quit for the day. A Million Frienda. A friend in need is a friend Indeed, and not less than o-e million people have found just auch a friend In D". King's New Hiscovery for consumption, coughs and colds If you have n» ver used tn's great cough medicine one trial wi 1 convince you that It has wonderful curative powers iv all diseases of throat, chest and lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is c laimed, or m ney will be refunded. Trial bo'tles free at ( . F. Htiuzeman'n drug slore 222 North Main street. Large bottles 50 •ents aud 01. H. 0, List, notary public. Legal papers care uliv drawn. 127 West Seiond. Telephone 166. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. After being in the employ of Polaski Bros, for thepa«t Aye years, I have bouuht a large bankrupt slock of foreign domestic woolens, which 1 will m ke up suits in at great bar gains. My experience in cutting and making np garments will in-ure a perfect fit. I will guarantee to mike sulls 25 per cens less than any other flrst-cUss Terchant tailor. M. Dan siaar, attlst tnilor, 217 North Spring street, op posite Temple blick. Our Home Brew. Maler & Zobeleln's Lager, fresh from the brewery, on draught in all the principal sa loons, delivered prt mptly in bo ties or k«gs. Office and Brewery. 444 Aliso st. Telephone 91 WUMauiß A Jo., Grocers, Have removed from -spring and Eighth Btrf ets to '/44 South Spiing slreet, s few do> rs north of the od i tand. A complete line of groceries at Uae lowest possible prices. 1 — Coupe No. 4, Hack No. 33, Stand corner Second and Spring streets from (p.m. io 0 a.m 'I elephone 273. Kates, 25c per mile, one rerfon, $1 per hon Bargains can be made N. Kipp Summer lap dusters at Foy's old reliable sad tilery house, 316 North Los Angeles street. LOS ANGELES HEBALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 19, 1892. MEMORANDA. Grand family matinee this afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the Original Vienna buffet, Main and Bequena atreeta. Inanre with A. 0. Golah, 147 Sonth Broadway. Dr. Lindley, 331)6 Bouth Spring street. See Schumacher photo ad. Firat page. R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street. King up telephone 44. Your goods will be promptly delivered. Do yon know that Prof. Payne has the largest classes in dancing? Dr. Tudor, dentist, has removed to liotel Ramona,Third and Spring streets. Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 6W cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor. Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309. Prof. Payne will start a beginner's claas in dancing, Saturday evening, Oc tober 22 d. Mias Ruby Roy appears at, the Orig inal Vienna buffet this evening, Main aud Requena streets. The White Houee is located in Wash ington, D. C, and Nelgen's tailoring par lors are aituated at 116 North Spring street, where you can get the beat suit of clotnes in the city for the least money. For the accommodation of the '"Ex change party" Thursday, October 20th, cable cars leave Armory ball forßoyla Heights, East Los Angeles and Jefferson street at 12 o'clock; for Weatlake park, 11:45. Electric cars leave Armory hall for all points at 12:30. Fares on elec tric, 15 cents. Caesar & Co. will open their new un dertaking parlors, at 536 South Spring street, about the 25th inst. These rooms will be the iinear of their kind in South ern California. The parties constitut ing the Arm have followed the under taking business for many years and are competent and practical persons in their line. For the finest Parisian novelties and best hair work go to S. Strozynski, de pot for the only genuine and most im proved hair restorers and finest of French cosmetics. Country orders promptly attended to. Address 8. Stro zynski, corner Ellis and Leavenworth streets. There will be a caucus of the D?mo crats of the Sixth preeinetof the Ninth ward, at the cable power house, at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, October 20rh, to nomi nate five delegates to be voted for Sat urday, October 22d. Thos. Hyans, com mittee Sixth precinct. The Arrowhead Hot Springs furnish H. Germaiu with the boiling hot min eral water from which he manufactures his celebrated seltzer, kept on draught at his drug store. Try it. Remember, tickets for Exchange party, at Armory hall, on the 20th, are not to be sold at the door. For all in formation see members of committee, at Woman's Exchange, 223 S. Broadway, until noon Thursday, 19th, Los Angeles to Long Beach and re turn, 50 cents, and San Pedro and re turn, 50 cents, on the Los Angeles Ter minal Railway, good going Saturday or Sunday, and returning Saturday, Sun day and Monday. John T. Griffith, agent for the Hart ford and Palatine insurance companies, at 139 Soutn Broadway, has removed his office to more commodious quarters in the Potomac block, rooms 18 and 19, 217 South Broadway. There will be a cano.ua of the Demo cratic voters on the 2l)th inst., at 7:3'J p. m., by order of the Democratic central committee, for the purpose of selecting candidates for delegates to be voted for at a primary election, to he held in the Ninth ward on October 22, 1892 Place of meeMng northeast corner Baily and east Fir,,t streets. E. R. Tnrelkeld, committeeman Seventh precinct. The executive committee, for the cele bration of Columbus day on the 21st, feel very grateful to the public for the result obtained in collecting money to properly make this day memorable in the history of Lot Angeles, and sincerely thank the people of this city for their liberal interest, which they showed on this occasion. The committee cordially invite every one to participate and take pait in the parade, and to enjoy the lit erary and musical exercises at the pa vilion as well as the fireworks. An in vitation ball will be given at the pavil ion in the evening. We moßt kindly re quest all the wholesale houses to close their places of business on said day, aB it has been declared a legal holiday by the president of the United States and by the governor of the Btate. Let all celebrate. SPECIAL MEMORANDA. Drink Red Ribbon beer. Tel. 44. Dr. Pepper, 119% S. Spring street. Drink Pabet Blue Ribbon beer. Ger main Fruit company, sole agents. Be ware of imitations. Fine liquors for medicinal use, at H. J. Woollacott's. Woollacott wants 500 dozen bottles. Boys, bring them along. Blatz beer, Woollacott, agent. Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female, rectal diseases. Seventh and Main streets. Telephone 1031. Send a couple of cases of California wines to your eastern frieade. Germain Fruit company. H. J. Woollacott, importer of fine liquors. Napa soda, Woollacott, agent. Pure California wine put up in cases by H. J. Woollacott. Send a ca°e to your friends. 124 and 126 N. Spring street. Undelivered Telegrams. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, cor ner North Main and Court streets, October 18th, for N. T. Miser, P. J. Burke, C. S. Sullivan, F. M. Caler, Wm. Levy. A Cholera Scare. A reported outbreak of cholera a Hel metta, N. J., created much excitement in that vicinity. Investigation showed that the disease was not cholera but a violent dysentery, which is almoßt as severe and dangerous as cholera. Mr. Walter Willard, a prominent mer chant of Jamesburg, two miles from Helmetta, says Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has given great satisfaction in the most se vere cases of dysentery. It is certainly one of the best things ever made. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main, druggist. •lo a Month! »10 a Month! Gives a lesson a day in short hand at the Ast burv Institute, the old and reliable fchool, es tablished here ior seven years pa«t. The rec ommendat ous of our pupils are our references. Phillips block, over People's Btore. Takeele vutur. If You Need a Truss Call at Beekwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Main, A fit guarant- cd. Our book all about hernia, or rupture, now ready, free at our store or by mail. JOHN BKCKWITH & SON, Druggists. Onr Prominent Phymnaus Recommend John Wicland's and Fredericksburg Beer, Both unequaled for quality, strs ngth and purity Wallpaper. 237 8. Spring, fcamples sent. k Evolution. In light: first, the tallow dip, then (, kerosene, then gas, then last and best electricity. Jn leavening agents: first, sour milk and soda, then some home-made combination of soda with cream of tartar, then baking powders containing ammonia and alum, then Cleveland's Baking Powder, by far the best of all, and entirely free from alum, ammonia and other adulterants. The best illuminating agent —Electricity. JL The best leavening agent — Cleveland's Baking- Powder. )\ Cleveland Baking Powder Co., New York. [ J Dr. C. N. Hoagland, President. X/ * POLITICAL PYROTECHNIC DEMOCRACY KNTHUSKS ITS STRONG HOLD, DOWNEY. Tommy Rowan Proves that He Wears No Collar—Snyder Scorches Mc- Kinley— Populist Move ment*. The largest meeting held outside of the city by either party was addressed on Mond«r evening in the stronghold of Democracy at Downey. The large hall was filled to overflowing and the en thusiasm and fireworks previous to the meeting was unbounded. The town was brilliantly illuminated and the shot gun brigade of Downey furnished the powder enthusiasm. Tbe following gentlemen acted as of ficers of the evening: Hon. W. T, Kend rick, chairman ; C. H. Eherle, secretary ; vice-presidents, J. W. Venable, J. W. Fox, John D. Ardis. M. B. Golden, Henry C. Roemer, T. R. Manning, T. D. Cbeeney, J. W. McKellar. W. T. East, E. L. Barnett. Capt. T. F. Renfro, D. C. Lane, E. F. Nolan, A. S. Gray, C. E. Smith, Wm. Sex, T. J. Kerna, Cha lea Foster. The first, speaker of the evening was Hon. J. W. Mitchell, who presented in a masterly, pleasing and ironical way the affairs of the county, and dwelt at great length on the fearful extravagance of the Republican party during the past four years of their rotten and tax-eating government. Mr. Mitchell has collected a schedule of the extravagant expendi tures of the Republican party for the past two years, which when piesen'ed in a lucidjmanner to the audience created a profound impression, and the effect of his efforts will Burely be felt on election day. when the taxpayers will endeavor to obtain just retribution for the great wrongs done tbem. The candidates next appeared and were received very warmly, and each, in dividually pledged himaelf to a clean, honest and economical administration of his respective office during the term of his incumbency. The last speaker was Hon. J. H. Ardis, who was greeted with great warmth by his townspeople. Downey is his borne, and he created a most favorable impression while delivering a masterly addrees on the tariff, and sur prised even bis most ardent admirers by his burst of oratory. His elucidation of the tariff was greeted with great ap plause. BECOHD WARD DEMOCRATS. On Monday evening a rousing Demo cratic meeting was held at the corner of Temple street and Crescent avenue by the Second ward club. Gen. J. R. Mathews made an able ad dress, and won many friends by hia clearness and logical force. Mr. M. P. Snyder made a powerful plea for tariff reform, plainly picturing the injustice done to the masses by the McKinley bill. Mr. T. E. Rowan, candidate for the mayoralty, made a most convincing ad dress, replying to some underhand at tacks which had been cast ou him by means of an anonymous circular. He proved, to the satisfaction of the gather ing, that he was free from corporate in fluences, and, if elected, would make an able executive. Mr. J. T. Sheward, in forcible style, presented the water question, and the urgent need of the hill people for relief. Mr. M. 0. Marßh and a number of other candidates made addresses and were well received. AT REDLANDS. A la' ge meeting was held at Redlands by tbe Democracy. Among other speakers, John Shirley Ward, of thia city, was present and made the speech of the evening on the national iesues. PICO HEIGHTS DEMOCRATS. The Democrats of Pico Heights held a large meeting Monday night, at which James H. Smith presided. Addresses were delivered by R. J. AHcock and Abbot Kinney, and much enthusiasm was manifested. NOTES. The members of the Democratic city central committee are requested to leave today the names of places where Demo cratic caucuses will be held, at the office of A. H. Melvill, in order that he may publish them Thursday morning. The country central committee of the People's party will hold ita monthly meeting today at. 10 a. m. Populist meetings were held last, night and ad dressed as follows: Rosedale, A. G. Hirckley; Redondo, H C. Dillon; Bur bank, J. R. Rush and E. M. Hamilton; Norwaik, M. Larkin and Fred Moll, sr.; San Pedro. S. A. Waldron; Second ward, J. Robson ; Seventh ward, J. R. Hines ; Pasadena, J. B. Osborn. Populist meetings will bo held to night at the corner of Third and Spring streets, in the open air, J. B Osborn, speaker; Rivera, J. R. Rush and Fred Moll, sr.; Pomona, H. C. Dillon and J. C.Bailey; Santa Monica, A.J. Utley; Clearwater, L. Luckel. The Cleveland Duster club will meet tonight at Tammany hall, instead of to morrow night at Eagle hall. Kx-Mayor Workman will address the young Btmo crats of this sterling Democratic organi zation. The Democrats of the Twenty-fifth and Twenty-second precincts of the Sixth ward will hold their caucus to morrow evening at 1612 South Main etreet. Whatever may be the cause of blanching, the hsirmay resto'cd to Us uriginal color by the use of that poteut remedy, Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kenewer. THE RESULT OF A JAG. It Causes a Serious Charge Against a Young Man. Alberto Lopez is in the county jail under a charge of horse stealing, as the result of a singular escapade of his. laßt Saturday night. That afternoon Lassiro Murillo, who worka in a butcher shop at Compton, rode into town on his horse. He works at Compton. but his children are living in the city, the mother being dead. He frequently rides up to see them, and re mains over night sometimes. Saturday night he hitched his horse on New High street, near Temple, and when he went to get him later on, the animal was gone. Murillo reported the case, and a search was made for the horse, which was afterwards found wandering about in East Los Angeles- It waa ascertained that Lopez rode the horse away from New High street, and a complaint wae issued for his arrest on a charge of Btealing. Yesterday he appeared at the sheriff's office and gave himself up. He claims that he waa drunk Saturday night, and if he took the horse did not know what, he was doing, and had no intention of stealing him. He was taken before Jus tice Stanton in the afternoon, and his bail fixed at $1000, in default of which he went to jail to await his examina tion. RAILROAD NOTES. The Santa Fe Overland Delayed—Other Matters. The Santa Fe overland failed to ar rive yesterday, owing to the strike of telegraphers on the Santa Fe line. The officials deny that the operating de partment is embarrassed, and are ac cepting perishable and all classes of freight. The Southern California railway (Santa Fe route) announce a rate of one fare to the City of Mexico and return, tickets will be on sale November 20th, 21st and 22nd, good returning until , December 31st. The fishing bee of the Santa Fe at Redondo, Sunday, October 23d. will be the first of the Beson. General Passen ger Agont Hynes has provided plenty of trains. OFFENSIVE ECZEMA Suffered Terribly. Doctorsand Medi cines Useless. Cuied,iu.Four Weeks by Cuticura. I have a boy, fifteen years old, born ln Fish- Kt'l portrait enclosed, who had the eczema to offensive that I could not stay in the room with him. The poor hoy L suffered terribly. His feet were terribly sore, be ouirt | * ' ' J nut wear any shies, and hid M I hereto* c to stay at home flowk C E\ ir'in school. When he put ■ ~J ~ — s #fl i.n a pair of diy stockin ts in a Jj Ijf the rooming, they would in A TT r one hoi.r be saturated with \ Jt moisture and very cffen»ive V_ even in the coldest weather. m\ 'ihe di ease began t" spread over hi. body, especially his %Wlpß9nn hint's ami Sugers he %3Sk «r thumbs en bo h his hands became stiff and as v el ess as two withered sti. ks of wood. Itwou'd be useless for me to try to tell the suffering this boy endure '. I took him to tw > different doctors, both gave him lots of medicine, but all to no ue. He grew worse. I therefore despaired of ever hay ing h'm cured. One day I saw the grea bene fits promi ed to those who would use Cuticura Rem cm es. I went ridht away to the drug sto c and bought them. I must confess Iliad but little faith In them. However, I us'id them according to direction-, and today 1 say truth fully to all the world, if you wish to publish it, that my son is entirely currd. thank Hod and thank the discoverers of Cuti Uka Rrmbuibs. They cured him in four weeks aB sound as a gold dollar. JOHN SAVAGE, Flshkill Village, N. Y. CUTICURA RESOLVENT The new b'ood snd Bkln purifier, lnte'nilly, and Cuticuba, the gr at skin cure and Cuticu ra soap, an exquisite skin beautlfie r , exte 1 n ally, instantly relieve and speedily cure every disease md hutnor of the skin, scalp and blord, with loss of hair, from infanoy to age, from pimples to scrofula. ~ « Sold everywhere. Brice, Cuticuba, SOc; Soap, 25c; Resolvent. |1. Prepared by the Potteb Dbug and Chemical Cobpobation. Boston. How to Cure Skin Diseases," 64 pages, 50 illustrations aud testimonials, mailed fr. c. DIMPLES, blackheads, red, rough, chapped, rm and oily tkiu rured by Cuticuba Bo*p. SSjjZ MUSCULAR STRAINS and pains, back ache, weak kid- iii'ys. rheumati m, and chest pains relieved In oue minute by tho ' Cuticura Antl-Paln Plasttr. The first and only instantaueous pain-killing plaster. Ta7nteu^~valley. ANTELOPE VALLEY LAND BUREAU lv4V4 t-outh Spring street, roo~ 1. Branch office at Lancaster, In the center of tbe valley. We take people to every p*rt of the valley, and have some excellent locations Of government laud and relinqutt-huentsctieap. fine wheat laud with good title, cheap home, for 'cope in n odera o circumstances. R K. lands, tchool lands, etc Head offic in charge ofs H. BU l TKKFIELD and A. M 'HR Branch office conduced and location* ma c by AN DREW YOPNt* «nd JOHN SCHMIDT. Ger man spoken in both • fflccs. 7-31 lyr DUCK SHOOTING. BEAR VALLEY. Finest Duck Shooting on the Coast. I have placed on the lake, sink boxes, boa s and biit,ds for the accemmodation of my guests, where can be htd tbe best duck shoot ing lv the state; use of above free for guests. Also have on hand 10.000 shells, loaded ex press! v for ducks at reasocable flcutes Car rlsge leaves San Bernardino on Tuesday snd Saturday at 5 a.m., passengers or no passen gers, carrying U. S. mall to Knight's hotel. Gt'B KNIGHT. JR., 9-25 lm Proprietor Bear Valley Hotel. Kerekhoff-Cuzner MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WHOLESALIi AND 3KTAIL Main Office: LOS ANQEI.EB. Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO. Branch Yards —Pcitirri£, Pasadena, Lamasda, Azusa, Burbank. Planing >iills—Los Angeles and Pomona. Cargoeß furnished to order. CELEBRATION OF COLUMBUS DAY UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ITALIAN COLONY. October Sl,'Q2 PROGRAMME AND ORDER OF PARADE : Chief of Police J. M. Glass. Platoon* of policemen, mouoted and on foot. Douglsss [ and. Grand Marßhal 0. 8 Csstruccio, Ohiefiof Staff of the Grand Marshal, I. L mco, M. Znrettl, Vincent Sentous, Eugene Germain, Celestin Save, Ed. Amur. Chiefs of Line, «. Cuneo, G. Pagliuao, M. Tornioh, Manuel Ordoqul, K. Canet, A. Melrani. Aldea. FIIHT DIVISION Float, "Columbus' boat, Ranta Maria." N. Meicadante, marshal. Italian Benevolent oelety and Italian Colony. AldeB - Carriages of French It n, volent fcociety, and General B. P. Johnson, commanding First oatrlages of treasurer and (ecreUrles Brigade N. G. C, and s'aff. o/ Executive Committee. Seventh Itifautiy Drum and Bugle Oorrs. Compiles A, 0 and F, Seveutn Infantry, THTrtn nivtcinw N. G. C. Col Hnlire.ber commanding. T "trohm. marshal." Float, "Fame. A .j Carriages of President A and Vice- Bosshard Brothers' Band. m^ a -^? W .".*!i°r,\ IW 2° m - Turnverei»6ooiety. mlttee P.eshient ot the Day B. Float , .. c „inmbui at the r„ urt of Fpaln after Piro i; Mayor Hsx.rd, nlB , el „ l n , rom thp N „ w City . uunr.il, For- SpanMi and othei Colonies in carriages, „ Cairtages of Boelodart Progressist* Mexicano, n , o»P»"lnDlekandrolte. Swiss Society Helvetia. Orators of the day and invited guests in car riage. FOURTH DIVISION. . ~~~ L. Pclauconl, maisbal. BKCOND DIVISION. Alies. P. Bessolo. marshal. Bosshard Broilers' Band. Aidea. Fl re rj e p rtment. Ksmmermeyefs Baid Float, "Apotheo is of Columbus." Garibaldi Guards. Cilizens en horseback and in carriages. The parade will start at 10:30 a m„ shsrp, from Upper Main s'.reot and the Plasa, marching; down Main street to Flftn. wost on "ifth to Sprint, north on Spring to First, west on First to Broadway, south on Broadway to Fifth street, aud thence to the Pavilion, where Will ba held literary exercises aud aeonoert, in which will sing Mrs. ft. T. Bariutt, Miss K. Sormauo and Miss A. Roattino. Orators of the day are Hon. Mayor Hazar l, Hon. W. T. Williams In English, Heflor J. BoDarts in Spautsb, and Iriio. F. 81atri la Italian. A grand ilisplay of fireworks will bi witnessed at Wolfskill Iract, on Fifth street near Arcade depot at 7 i>.m. At 8:30 p m. an invitation ball will take placo at Haiard's Pavilion. Can in. es foral. luvited guests will be iv attendance at the Plara, on the Pico honse tide. All persons taking part iv the parade will plo iso be on h tnd at 10 *.m„ sharp, to avoid any delay for the start. . PLACES TO MEET: Grand Marshal and ?ulte—Corner Upper Main and Walter (Ord) street. I irst Dlvl ion—On Walter (Ord) street, east of Uppsr Main and along North Alameda, front, ing on Upper Main. Second Division—On Walter (Ord) street, west of Upper Main, frouti- gon Upper Main. Third division—On New Main street, frontlngou <Valter(Ord) ttreet Fourth Division—On Buena Vista street, south f>f Walter, fronting on W»lter street. Marshals and their aides are earnestly requested to ba at their places of duty at 9:30 a.m. sharp. By order of the Grand Marshal. G. S. CASTRUCCIO. This programme is s bject to altera' lons, a< cording to future aceep ations. FAMILY LIQUOR STORE T ' the' RCPR£SENrEO ILLUSTRATES 115 S. Spring the'OLD TAYLORfCOOPERAGE and BRANDING. 115 S. tying J. P. T AGO ART" A. 00. 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