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NEWS NOTES.
Weather Bureau.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
Octo er 20, 1892.
i a m.
66
('I'd 'sf
Cl'dl'»s
Max. tern., 80; mm. tern., 45.
Forecast.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair:
winds generally westerly; nearly stationary
tern perm v c except In western portion, espe
cially along tne coast.
The central police station baa been
decorated in honor of the Columbus cel
ebration today.
Today the reading rooms only of the
library will be open. No books will be
received or exchanged.
The board of health was to have met
at the mayor's office last night, but only
Drs. Kurtz and Davisson were present,
and the board adjourned for the want of
a quorum.
Tbere are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union telegraph office, cor
ner North Main and Ccfurt streets,
October 20th, for Jas. Mallory, Webley
Jones and W. A. Banks.
W.D.Campbell, the well known cu
riosity dealer on South Spring etreet,has
just returned from Mexico, New Mexico
and Ariz >na, ami has brought back a
fine lot of relics from tbe cliff dwellers
of Arizona and New Mexico, Indian
blankets, etc.
The regular fortnightly meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the World's Fair
association will be beld at tbe chamber
of commerce on Saturday morning, Oc
tober 22 !. at 10 o'clock. Every woman
interested in the work is invited to at
tend.
Llewellyn Bros , the well known
foundry men, have just signed the largest
contract ever let in Southern California.
It is for the steel structural woik oi the
new six-story block of T. D. Stimson,
on the corner of Third and Spring
streets, designed by C. H. Brown, archi
tect.
Attorney General Hart is credited
with saying yesterday, that he had de
cided not to bring any suit to test the
validity of the sewer bonds, which
shows thatthia official has more sense,
than his actions heretofore would cause
him to he credited with.
At 8 o'clock last evening a fire oc
curred at the corner of Cornwall and
. City Vie:v avenues, Boyle Heights, de
stroying two cottages, one belonging to
John Mcliuol, a gripman, and the other
to Mrs. Rochester. The loss wae $2500.
There was no insurance and ro water.
Another colony of Germans arrived
yesteidny via the Santa Fe route, and
will locate in sunny California. Mr.
Gronenwelt, passenger agent at Mon
rovia, who has been instrumental in
securing these people, accompanied the
excursion, nnd will have another party
for this coast next month.
The blue line horse care, on and after
October 2lst, will operate via Spring,
Fifth, Olive, Sixth and Pearl streets,
thence to Risedale cemetery, for about
10 days, whi'e the narrowing of the
gauge is in progress. Ninth-street cars
will connect with blue line at Pearl
Btreet, at which point transfers will be
issued.
The following building permits were
issued yesterday: J. H. Bradbeer, to
add to and repair dwelling, 1-50 Newton
Btreet, $1000; F. M. Benedict, frame
dwelling, Washington street, between
Union aud Hoover. $3000; J. R. Scott,
frame dwelling, Hurfu street, between
Twelfth and Pico. $2000; A. J. Copp, to
add to dwelling. No 950 Orange street,
$1000; E J. Baldwin, brick and iroq
work on building, No. 149 aud 151 North
fclpring. $900; R F. Beteworth, frame
.dwelling, Workman street, off Kuhrts,
$558; John A. Wenner, frame dwelling,
between San Jose and Alameda, $500;
Jacob Terry, to put addition to dwelling,
Hill street, between Seventeenth and
Eighteenth, $400; V..J Rowan, to move
and repair 'mmc dwelling, 123 West
Adams. $2000; Mrs. Griffith, frame
dwelling, Hemlock Btreet, between
Eighth and Ninth, $500; C. E. Ayeran,
two-etorv frame dwelling, Seventh
.Street, $29011
PERSONAL.
J. W. Neal, of New York, is in the
city.
J. W. Brown, of San Francisco, is in
the city. *
W. A. Ober, of Natchez, Miss., is at
the Hollenbeck.
D. Garr", of Sydney, Australia, ia at
the Hollenbeck.
Mrs L. A. Sheld' n will retnrn from
Pan Francisco on Sunday.
A. D F. McCullough, of Washington,
D. C, is at the Hollenbeck.
G. W. Fry, of Pittsburg, Pa., is in the
city, and is at the Hollenbeck.
F. A. Hynes, of San Francisco, is
registered at the Westminster.
James O'Connor and Miss O'Connor,
of Gaiesburg, Ills., are at the West
minster.
W. B. Calmore, D. Falls and Loftus
Gardf, of London, are at the West
minster.
Harry Marquet and S. M. Woods, two
prouvnent San Francisco commercial
traveling men, are in the city.
Mrs. M. E. Hughes and Miss Hughes,
of Lexington, Ky., are at the West
minster, and will remain during the
winter.
Grand Fishina- Bee
At Redondo wharf, Sunday, October
23d. This with the great swimming
race, boat raci and band concert, will
attract large crowds. See bills for list
of prizes. Trains leave Santa Fe depot
at 9a.m,10 a. m , 1:30 p. m. Return
ing, last train leaves Redondo 5:30 p. m.
One fare for round tiip.
«.. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
ally drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
After being in the employ of Polaski Bros,
for th«pa-t five years, I have bousht 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
up garments will in-ure a perfect fit. I will
guaiantee to make sutis 25 per cen. less than
any olher flrsl-clsss n erehant tailor. M. Dan
xUar, attist tailor, 217 Nonh Spring street, op
posite Temple block.
If % on Need a Truss
Call at Beekwith's ph'armaoy, 303 North Main,
A fl' gu trant cd. unr book all about hernia,
or ruplii'e now ready, at nur store or by
mall. JOHN BECK WITH A feON, Druggists.
California Vinegar Works.
655 Banniog street, opposite soap factory,
near Al- meda and First streets, one-half block
from electric light works.
Blng up teli-'..hone 464 for John Wieland and
Fred ricks-burtr hottled beer.
Drink John Wieland or Fredericksburg lager
beer, on tap at *1' flr-i-clsss places.
Use uerman rarpiiv Kosp.
'.Wall paper. 237 8. Spring. Samples sent.
MEMORANDA.
Owing to co many counter-attractions
this evening, in celebration of Columbus
day, the union Chautauqua meeting, to
be held at the Y. M. U. A. hall, has
been postponed until next Tuesday
evening, October 25th.
Do not miss the grand Columbian
ball at Armory hall Friday,October2lst.
The Episcopal churches of this city
will unite in a commemoration service
at St. Paul's church this evening, in
recognition of Columbus day. The ser
mon will be preached by Rev. A. 8.
Clark, of Christ church.
Only $5 00 the round trip on Saturday
or Sunday, to San Diego; tickets good
returning Monday, via the Surf line of
the Southern California railway, Santa
Fe route. Trains leave First street sta
tion at 8:15 a. m. and 3:05 p. m.
Francisco Piutti concert, Turnverein
hall, Saturday at 3. Fifty centa admis
sion.
Insure with A. C. Golab, 147 South
Broadway.
Dr. Lindley, 331 }£ South Spring street.
See Schumacher photo ad. First page.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Bpring street.
Ring up telephone 44. Your goods
will be promptly delivered.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, has removed to
Hotel Ramona, Third and Spring streets.
Misa Vliltimore will sing at the Fran
cisco Piutti concert Saturday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Arrowhead Hot Springs, the moat
comfortable mountain home in Southern
California. Office at Coulter's dry goods
store. 'Bus meets all overland traina at
San Bernardino.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda sta. Tel. 309.
For the finest Parisian novelties and
beat hair work go to S. Strozynski, de
pot for tbe only genuine and moßt im
proved hair restorers and finest of
French cosmetics. Country orders
promptly attended to. Address S. Stro
zynski, corner Ellis and Leavenworth
streets.
Loa Angeles to Long Beacb and re
turn, 50 cents, and San Pedro and re
turn, 50 cents, on the Loa 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 South Broadway, has removed
his office to more commodious quarters
In the Potomac block, rooma 18 and 19,
217 South Broadway.
SPECIAL MEMORANDA.
Drink Red Ribbon beer. Tel. 44.
Dr. Pepper, S. Spring atreet.
Drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Ger
main Fruit company, sole agents. Be
ware of imitations.
Fine liquors for medicinal use, at H.
J. Woollacott'e.
Woollacott wants 500 dozen bottles.
Boys, bring them along.
Blatz beer, Woollacott, agent.
Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
atreete. Telephone 1031.
Send a couple of cases of California
wines to your eastern friends. Germain
Fruit company.
H. J. Woollacott, importer of fine
liquore.
Napa aoda, Woollacott, agent.
Pure California wine put up in cases
by H. J, Woollacott. Send a cape to
your friends. 124 and 126 N. Spring
Street.
OFFICER WALKER'S ACTION.
Be Gives a Lesson to a Man Who An
noyed Little Girls.
For some time past an elderly man
has made himself obnoxious to young
girla who happened in the vicinity of
the pcetoffice. This offensive per
son would approach the little girls
and attempt to make free with tbem,
and endeavor to persuade them to ac
company him.
Thia came to the eara of Police Officer
Walker, who laid in wait lor the of
fender, and yeaterday morning the man
waa pointed out to him at tbe corner of
Fourth and Main streets.
When the old raecal paw tbe officer
approaching he attempted to make a
haßty retreat, but the policeman caught
him, and after giving him a severe lec
ture, strongly emphaaized with a little
rough treatment, the fellow promised to
make himaelf scarce. He gave a name
to the officer, which is no doubt ficti
tious. He is a man about 60 yeara of
age, rather tall, with gray muatache and
neatly dressed.
It ie safe to state he will not appear
again soon on Officer Walker'a beat.
Too Much of a Kiak.
It ia not unusual for colda contracted
in tbe fall to hang on all winter. In
such cases catarrh or chronic bronchitia
are al moat sure to result. A fifty-cent
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
will cure any cold. Can you afford to
risk so much for co small an amount?
This remedy ia intended especially for
bad colds and croup and can always be
depended upon. For sale by C. F.
Heinzeman, 222 North Main, druggist.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licensee were iasued yeater
day to the following persons:
Oscar C. Beach, aged 24, a native of
Michigan, and Louise G. Doxie, aged 20,
a native of Kansas, both reaidenta oi
Loa Angelea.
Clayton W. Frary, aged 24, a native
of Massachusetts, and Alice M. Ruck
man, aged 17, a native of Ohio, both
residents of Los Angelea.
Secundino Higuera.aged 28, a reeident
of The Palms, and Elosia Gonzales, aged
28, a resident of Los Angeles, both
natives of California.
Falling Hair
Produces baldneae. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of ekookum root hair giower
than a wig; beeidee, wearing your own
hair ie more convenient. All druggists.
The Kite-Shaped Track.
A complete tour of the kite can be
made Sunday for $2.05. Trains leave
First-street Btation at 8 :30 and 11 a. m.
SIO a Month! SIO a Month!
Gives a lesson a day In shot t hand at the Ast
burv Insiliute, the old and reliable school, es
t bllshed here lor seven years past. The rec
omm< ndations of our pupils are our references.
Phillips block, over People's store. Take ele
vator.
Heng Lee's Closing-Out Bale.
All kinds c silk and crepe silk dress patterns
dressing gowns, shawls fancy scr.ens, Chinese
and Japanese curiosities, etc Great reduction
in gentleman's furnishing good-i and ladies'
underwear. 505 North Main street, opposite
postoffice, station G
Visiting Cards Bug-raved
At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel 762
Ice Cream, Soda and Confectionery.
foda of ali flavors. Tbe 6nest ln the city at
Merriam A Co's, 127 South Spring street
Summer lap dusters st Foy's old reliable sad
dlery house, 315 North Los Angeles street.
LOS ANGELES HEBALD; FRIDAY HORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1892.
Absolutely the Best.
It is richest in pure cream of tartar;
It is strongest in wholesome leavening power;
It has the best keeping qualities and is the most economical;
It contains no alum, ammonia or other deleterious substance.
All the ingredients used are published on the label.
THE LOCAL POLITICAL CAMPAIGN.
Result of the Democratic Cau
cuses Last Evening.
Orderly Meetings and Good Repre
sentatives Selected.
A List of the Tickets Which Were
Chosen, sts Far as Could be
Learned—Some Kchoes
. of the Campaign.
The Democrats held a caucus in each
of the 47 precincts throughout the city
last evening and nominated candidates
to be voted for at the primaries as dele
gates to the city nominating convention.
The primaries will be heid tomorrow,
between the hours of 2 p. m. and 6
o'clock p. m.
Th# city nominating convention will
be held next Tuesday, 25th instant.
Following are the returns of the
caucuses, co far as could be obtained up
to 1 o'clock this morning:
Fl th precinct, Ninth*wa-d—Col. J. P. Rogers,
W. B. Nlobols, A. J, Kl. g, J. Froct.r.R. Ber
nard F. Ii k. n, ». H Hurton. I
Sixth precinct, Ninth ward—C. H. White,
John J. Ad .nr. jr., J. A. Newlee, C.M. Richard
son. John L. lleruuglun.
teveulh pteclnrt. Ninth w«d—B. Chandler,
H. W. Uerke, Otis F. Bell, George W. Frame.
Tenth precinct, Bl hth ward-F. J. Tala
mdn es, R. L. naucbet, M. C. Fordhsm, R. X.
Bbaffer, J. R. Welcome.
Eleventh prec net, Eighth ward—Dr. J. J.
Choate, G. Fame. Joe Sproude, John Dtrmoriy.
Twelfth predict, Eighth ward—F. Clavere,
Krail Wiideck, T. F. Savage, O. Valle, Pete
Murphy,
Fourteenth precinit, Eighth ward— leo. F.
Wiliig, Paul S-iub.ou, George Can, Joseph
Maier U. San hen
Fifteenth precinct. Eighth ward—J. F. Mack
el, Wm Q txndt, tc J conroy.
sixteenth precinct. Elgbtb ward—Garrett
l ynch, Chalk Roberts, James Bothwell, Wm.
Wise. \
seventeenth precinct, Seventh ward—Sam
Dugan, — Cozzens, M. Curran, George Auer
bad', — Lovttt.
Eighteenth precinct, Seventh ward—John J
O'nrUn, John Haaerwaas, James C. Caldwell,
H nry Pfirrman, James 0. Zimmer, John E,
Mortimer.
Twentieth rrec'nct, Seventh ward—E. G.
Retd, F. I.indenfelt, A. Brun, D. Froelich, B.
Taney Tbos. Darmody.
Twei tv first precinct, Seventh ward—John
Brink, Andy McSally, B.C. Llpps, Homer C.
Eatz, Jacob Adloff, B. MeK inc.
Twsnty-tecond precinct. Seventh ward—Hen
ry Mat-on, Martin Rich horn, Herman Krelm, t,
D. McGluloy. A. N. Feld-haw James Ashman
1 wenty-th rd precinct, Hxth watd—J. Marion
Bo ks, Bteph nMt yers, Chatles Caßh.
Twen y-fonrth precinct. Sixth ward—A Rim
pau. M. F O Dea, J. P. Moran.
Twtnty fifth precinct, Sixth ward—Hugh Mc-
Guire, A. ozelle S. A. Wiison, E. Tayior, H.
Reitiw. A. W P^ssell.
Tweuiy-sixih precinct. Fifth ward—John Os
borne. X T. P .rk ;. J F Conroy, Henry Koch.
Twenty-ninth precinct Fourth ward—Charles
Forman, E. M Guthrie, 8. M. Davidson, W. P.
Hyatt, Geo ge W. Glowner, Dr. T. C. Pepper,
Victor Ponet, 8. P Bowen.
Thhtieth precinct, Fourth ward— B. Roth,
N. G. Norion, John Bryson, sr., J. M Preston,
C. F. A La -l.
Thirty-first precinct, Fourth wird—W. L.
Price. C. 8. Vance L. D ivis, D. Botiller, Jabez
Pcrcival, W. T. Kdw rds.
Thiriy-eecmd precinct. Fourth wsrd—R. E.
McGregor, H. L. Ryan, Chas. Gasmen Q. B Van
deibeek, J. K. Urmston, Chas. Chick, K. Wlne
borg
Thirty-third precinct, Eighth ward—J. H
lvnn, J Methviu, T. Donohue, Chas. Kestner,
C. Behrendt.
Thlriy-fourth precinct, Third ward—J. G. Es
tudlllo, Geo go Estudillo, Frank W. DeVam,
Jami s Allin.
Thirty-fifth precinct, Third ward—Henry P.
Wilson, Allen Madden, C. G. Sachse, E. A.
Irlncino, Jno. M< Hierson.
Thirty sixth precinct, 1 hlrd ward—Judee A.
M. Bt- pheus, 1 B. Dockweller, H. W. Latham,
Ch-ls. Hick>on W. P. Jeffrbs.
Thirty eishih precinct, Third ward—A. P.
Maginnls, Otto Vogel^l. H. Crawford, Sheldon
Borden, N. t . Bled-oe.
Thirty-ninth precinct, Second wa»d—N. M.
E'-cido, Thomas Keefe, Jake Kuhrts, .frank
Uamm. §}
Fortieth precinct, second ward—J. I, 5 Jans
field, william Mead, Tom Bryant, Ii StrAs
Forty-second preeinot, Second ward—Taomas
R .bblns, J. W. Bowier, George H. Buckingham,
F. o. Wilkin-on, C. H Bentley.
Forty-third precinct, Second wvd - Dr. J.
Ku tz.Dr. K.A. Bryant, A.C.Taylor,R.W. Ready,
J Nesrey.
Fottv-sixth precinct. Second ward— Thomas
McCaffrey, I. J. Horrell, Charles Massey, J. J.
Finn, vv. D. Peiklns. J. E. Buddington, Joseph
Mullally.
F. rty seventh precinct. Second ward—Gf orge
W .Reiser, T. S. Casey, J. B. Robbing, Hen.y
Bruner.
ECHOES ON TUE CAMPAIGN.
The West End Democratic club held a
lively meet fug Wednesday night at Wil
lard's hall, with a good attendance. M.
W. Conklin expounded the teachings of
the Democracy in an able manner. R-
M. Smith, an old time Republican, of
Rosedule, also addressed the club, by its
request, and among other things favor
able to the Democrats, eaid that, in his
business, which is canvassing, that
throughout the southern part of tbe
state, where he has been, he has found
the outlook for bis party very dark.
Colonel Frame is an avowed worker
for Col. John E. O'Bryan for member of
the city council. Colonel Frame is mak
ing a strong effort for the nomination of
ex-Mayor Workman,
The Democrats of Whittier held a
large meeting in the school house, in
that place, Wedneeday night last. Ad
dresses were delivered by J. De Barth
Shorb, Judge F. B. Guthrie, J. F. Mar
tin, E. E. Hewitt, Martin Marsh, and
Meeera. Cullen and Scarborough.
At the caucus in theForty-seoond pre
cinct of the Second ward.-G. G. Brown,
a Colored man of considerable promise,
made a few very pointed and practical
remarks. After comparing anti analyz
ing the state vote of 1890, he did not ccc
how the Republicans, with a third ticket
in the field, hoped to carry the state, and
he predicted a Democratic success.
No meeting of the Jackson Democratic
club will be held this (Friday) evening,
owing to it being Columbus day, and a
legal holiday.
The Young Men's Cleveland club
meete tonight at Tammany hall at 7:30
pm. All Democrate are cordially in
vited to attend. Good epeakers will be
present.
Patronise California Industries
By ordering 8. F. Double Extra Brown; Stout,
su ci ior to any foreign made Btout and .porter,
Jacob Adloff; agent.
SOCIETY.
The initial Womane Exchange party
given in Army hall last night, wae a
success. It was also the firat of the
large gatheringe ofjsociety people during
thia season. The only decorations in
the hall were a few streamers along the
ceiling. The large regimental flag placed
over the entrance to the ball room, par
tially served to keep out the cool air,
and enhanced the appearance of the
room.
The costumes worn by tbe ladiee were
hadeome.
Light refreshments were served dur
ing the evening. There were 300 per
sons present, and a gratifying sum wae
realized by the ladies.
The dance laet night ie to be followed
by othere given by the Woman's Ex
change during the winter. The next
will be a leap year party, and will be
held on Wednesday, Thanksgiving eve,
next month.
The following were the committees
laet evening.
Chairman, Mrs. C. H. Capen.
Host, Col. J. O. Wheeler; hostess,
Mrs. Margaret Hughes.
Hospitality—Col. and Mrs. John O.
Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Lee, Mr.
and Mrs. M. S. Severance, Mr. and Mra.
C. J. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Crank,
Mr. and Mre. E. F. C. Kldkke.
Floor —Miss Mulline,Miss Dupuy, Mies
Wednmayer, Mice Cole, Sumner P. Hunt,
W. T. Bi.-hop, jr., Horace J. Prince,
Gregory Perkme, jr.
»*»
The Clover Leaf club will give their
first grand ball of the season at Kramer
hall, thia evening.
miles's Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act ob a new principle—regulating the liver,
•loraaoh and bowels throngh the nerves. A
new discovery. Dr. Miles's Pills speedily cure
oillonsness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, con
itipatlon. Unequalled for man, women, ohll
dren. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25
nonts. BawiplAS free, at O. H. H»n -c
FLIES, DIE
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Bold in 2 OS. sprinkle-top tins, M lb, % lb, 1 lb
and 6 lb cans.
At all druggists and grocers.
MOTHS
Quickly destroyed and easily prevented
by using
TARINE.
SOU) in cans only.
sTJsjT"At all drag stores.
F. W. BRATJN dt CO.,
6-22 lyr Wholesale AsjeiVa.
FOOS GAS l|Hg
ro^
Tbey 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,
200 N. Loa Angeles St., Los Angeles.
8-4 3m d w
DUCK SHOOTING.
BEAR VALLEY.
Finest Duck Shooting on tbe Coast.
I have placed on the lake, sink boxes, boa's
and blinds for ihe accommodation of my
guests, where can bo had the best duck shoot
lug ln the Btate; use of above free for guests.
Also have on band 10,000 shells, loaded ex
press!? for ducss, at reasonable figures. Car
riage leaves San Bernardino on Tuesday and
Saturday at 5 a.m., passengers or no pasten
eers, carrying U. S. mall to Knight's hotel.
GUB KNIGHT, JR.,
9-25 lm Proprietor Bear Valley Hotel.
MRS. A. MENDENHALL,
Hairdrcssirg and Manicure Parlors,
107 North Spring street,
Boom 23 Schumacher Block.
ySharopoolng done at residences If desired.
rfMIE FOLLOWING 18 A H*J OF THE
1 children who have been admitted Into 'he
Los Angeles Orphan asylum since the last pub
lication:
Whole orphan—Anna Martin.
Half orphans—George and rlara Mathews,
Mary Bushard, 11. Inn Saabedra, Honorinda
andKitadela Oca, Aurora and Lottie Cross,
Isola Vasser. Lilly Bryant. Angela am Marl*
Nebbia, Eunic-i Bilflr ger, Pctra and Frsnclsca
Garcia. Vicentia Valdez, El a Gamblln, Gordon
aud Alice Booth, Rafsela Robles. Ida Fch-ffer,
Bldonla Cameras, Adelalds, Manuela, Sylves ra
and Juan Alta-niranua, Ida and Jos> pbine ea
rn aeo. Amelia Byers, Autnni* Saabedra, Amelia
Chaves, Yuba Bet d, Grace nnd Bilvle Vaade
vent" r. Bertha Morrison and Mary Beaton
October, 1892. BIBTBR JOSEPHINE.
10 18 lOt ™
■I—CELEBRATION OF
COLUMBUS DAY
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
THE ITALIAN COLONY.
October
PROGRAMME AND ORDER OF PARADE ;
Chief of Police J. M. G'ass.
Platoons of policemen, mounted and on foot.
Douglass band.
Grand Marshal G. 3 Castrucclo,
Chiefs of Staff of the Grand Marshal, I. Longo, M. Zurettl, Vincent Sentous, Eugono Oermain,
Celestlu Save, Ed. A mar.
Chiefs of Line, I. Cnneo.G. Paglluso, M. Tomlch, Manuel Ordoqui, K. Canet, A. Mcl rani,
Aides. i
FTRIT DIVISION Italian Benevolent Society and Italian Colony.
H. Meieadante. marshal. F Bevlone, Marshal.
it » t . A,de '- „, , Carriages of French B nevoleut Society, and
General E. P. Johnson, commanding First carriages of Treasurer 9. Guastl and 3ec
.„.,kT ? . 6 n «nd B,aff. ret j Barlot ,, of Hxecullve
Seventh Infantry Drum and Bugle Corra. Committee
Companies A, C and F, Seventh Infantry. ' ' '
N. G. C, Col. Bobreiber commanding. THIRD DIVISION.
Float, "Fame." T. Strohm, marshal.
Carriages of President A. Vignolo and Vice- Aides.
President (1. sormano of Executive Com- Bosshard Brothers' Band,
untie.; President of tho Day B. Turnverein Society.
Piro i; Mayor Hazard, ' Float, "Columbus at the Court of Fp»in afte*
Cily Council, For- his letorn from the New Worln."
eiin Consuls. Spani h andothet Colonies In carriages.
Captain Dick and suite. Carriages of Bociedad Progresststa Mexicans.
Orators of the day and invited guests in car- Swiss Society Helvetia.
rlage», FOUftTH DIVISION.
SECOND DIVBION. L. Pelanconl, marshal.
F. Bessolo. marshal. Aides,
Aides. Bosshard Broi hers' Band.
Kammernieyei's Bat d. . Fire Dep rtmeni.
Gar.baldi Guards. Float, "Apotheo-fs of Columbus."
Float, "Columbus boat, Santa Maria." Citizens on horseback aud ln carriages.
The parade will start at 1 pm„ sharp, from Upper Main streot and the I lata, marching
down Main street to Flftn, west on Fifth to Spring, uorth on Spring to Temple, east to Main
s outh on Main to S> ootid, west on Second io Bro.-dway. aud thence to the Pavilion, where will be
held literary exercises and a concert, in which tvlll sing Mrs. W. T. Barnttt, Miss E. Sormano
and Miss A. Roattitio,
Orators of the day are Hon. Mayor HazarC. Hon. W. T. Williams ln English, Seflor J. Rooarts
in Spanish, and tiigno. F. Slatri in Italian.
A grand display of fireworks wilt bj witnessed at Wolfskin tract, on Fifth street near Arcade
depoi at 7 p.m.
At 8:30 p m. an invitation ball will tak:; plica at Hazard's Pavilion.
Carria.es for alt lavlted gmsts will be in attendance at the Plaza, on the Pico house side.
All persons taking part ln tbe parade will please be ou hand at 12:30 p.m., sharp, to avoid any
delay for tbe start.
PLACES TO MEET:
Grand Marshal and Suite—Corner Upper Main and Walter (Ord) streot.
First Divl-iou—On Waller (Ord; street, east of Upper Main aud along North Alameda, front
ing on Upper Main.
Second Division—On Walter (Ord) street, west of Upper Matn, fronting on Upper Main.
Third Division—On New Main street, frontingon *alteriOrd) itreet.
Fourth Division—On Buena Vi«ta street, south of Walter, fronting on Wilter street.
Marshals and their aides are earnestly request) d to be at tbeir r laces of duty at 12 n>.,
sharp. By order of the Grand Marshal.
G. S. CASTRUCCIO.
This programme is sibject to altera 1 ions a< cording to future acci p'atlons.
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