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LETTER BAG.
A Suggestion.
'Editors Herald: Lob Angeles has
enjoyed each season some beautiful en
tertainments given in that blessed name
of charity. The beautiful flowers and
Bweet odors of the flower festivals. The
■warm coloring and artistic groupings of
the orange carnivals, the kirmesa and
the literary carnival. This season is a
mostjprooitious one for material to give
a grand authors' and actors' carnival.
There is plenty of talent iv this wonder
ful city of ours and many fair women
and brave men to take part iv an enter
tainment with 6uch a commendable ob
ject as charity. The pavilion could be
artistically modeled into features pleas
ing to the eye, including Shakespeare's
Birthplace, Longfellow's Wayside lun,
Uncle Tom's Cabin, Dickens' Old Curi
osity Shop, George Eliot's Mill on the
Floss, Mrs. Hosrner's Under the Hoilv,
or Shristmas at Hopeton House, The
Old Kentucky Home, Shaudon Hells,
Holidays at tiie Grange, Mrs. Warden s
House on the Marsh, Jules Verne's
Underground City and many others
might bo suggested equally familiar and
inviting. A section could be devoted to
an attractive exhibit showing the pro
gress of printing aud bookmaking arts
from primitive days down to the pres
ent times.
And the dear little children should
not be missed, but extra pains taken to
make them have a good time. Let the
Brownies bo illustrated iv tableaux.
-rEsops fables also, snd Alice in Wonder
land, or Louise Alentt's Little Men and
Little Women,and Kate TannattWood's
Six Little Rebels, while Hawthorne's
Tanglewood Tides, or Burnett's Gio
ramie and Fauntleroy will furnish
plenty of BUDjects to be thoroughly en
joyed by tbem.
Then in Ihe present yeat there are so
many subjects which, if taken, would
make magnificent tableaux; illustrate
Irving'B Voyage of Columbus, Gen. Lew
Wallace's Fair God, Balboa and the Pa
cific, Ponce de Leon and the Mississippi.
Then our amateur Thespians, how
they could revel in character and per
haps excel those marvelous actors in
costumes of Joe Jefferson as Rip Van
Winkle, Ellen Terry as Ophelia, Edwin
Booth as IsgO, Henry Irviua; as Hamlet,
Fanny Davenport as Cleopatra, Roland
Reed in Cheek, Frank Daniels aa Little
Pick Alexander Salvini as d'Arts.*.'n&n,
Clara Morris ac Camille, Margaret
Mather as Juliet, Julia Marlowe as Par
thema, Fred Ward as Virginias, Francis
Wilson as The Merry Monarch, Richard
Mansfield as Bean Brummel, and so on
through a list of a hundred famous
characters played by as famous artists.
A portion of these suggestions are taken
from a statement made by some young
authors nnd actors who have iv Charge
an entertainment.
Hypocrisy.
Editors Herald: There ia now be
ing bawke I about the city circulars
purporting to be iaaued by the Gospel
Temperance union and the Citiziins'
Law and Order league, each signed by
the same persons, advocating in the
name of morality and religion tbe elec
tion of Mr. Tufts for mayor. No one
appears to know the said persons, or to
have seen tLie evidence of their author
ity to act for said organizations and tell
them how to vote. Now if Hr,y one de-
Bires to vote tor Mr. Tuits as a Republi
can or aa a man, personally, I know of
no reason for bis not doing so, nor do I
Bee any objection to any poison advo
cating his election aa a Republican or
as a man, but when it is
sought to enlist tbe Christian re
ligion in a crusade under tiie leader
ship of a dealer in playing cards and
gambling paraphernalia and a pat.'on of
Sunday baseball, lor one, I object. The
election ot Mr. Tufts will hardly cause
the "removal of perilous Sabbath temp
tations" bo long as the Tufts-Lyons
baseball team continue their Sabbath
desecration. So far as the defenses al
ready secured are concerned, Mr. Rowan
has pledged his word that the existing
lawa shall be maintained and enforced,
and no one that knows him doubts for a
moment but that his pledge will be kept.
To advocate the election of Mr. Tufts
in the nßine of Christianity or religion
is rank hypocrisy, and, if allowed to go
unrebuked, will bring reproach upon the
church. Fourth Warder.
SPANISH INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
The Preshytery ■ > .11<•..:■ . the New
Buildings.
The dedication of the new building of
the Spanish Industrial school, estab
lished by tbe Southern California pres
bytery of the Preibyterlan church,
located on Macy street, Boyle Heights,
took pLtee yesturda- afternoon. Rev.
Mr. Merwyn, who was for miny years a
missionary in South America, conducted
the exercises and delivered the dedica
tory address. There was quite a large
number of Spanish people present, and
the address w.;is int!;e Spanish language.
Judge Minoi jiade a few earnest and ap
propriate remarks. There was also
present quite a large attendance of
Americans interested in the Spanish
school. The institution was started iv
1884 aa n day school, under the superin
tendence ef Miss Ida M. Boone, and the
scholars have increased from three to
about 30. It is now turned into an ed
ucational and industrial school. Tbe
new building is fitted up with dormitory
accommodations for 11 girls, and the
accessories are ample for the comfort of
the pupils. The school lias been and is
to be supported by the volutary contii
butions ol the members of tbe Presby
terian church. They have bought the
lot and put up the building. The main
tenance of the school will he partly met
by the proceeds of the yearly scholar
ships, of which there are eleven to be
taken by those interested in the work.
Three of these have already been sub
scribed, and the rest, will be distributed
amongst the churches.
A ITlhic ktecovom Mpeer.il
Alphonce Hemphling, oi Summit township,
Butler county, petin., made an affidavit that bis
twelve-year-old son. wlo hid had st. Vitus:
Dane; for twelve years, lost ins speech, was
completely cured t.f cr using three bottles ol
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and also re
covered his speech. Thousands testify to Won
derful cures from using if tor nervous diseases,
arspepsta,n< rv»us debiiitv, dullness, eonfi sion
of mind, headache, etc. Four doses ol this
Nervine cured Mrs. W. X Bums, South Bend,
lnd who hid been sufforiug Ith constant
headache for three months. Trial bottle nnd
elegant book free at C. H. Hance,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoffe i
JiWAIH AND FINISHERS.
PARISIAN DYE WOKKH: 274 SOUTH MAIS
sireet. Best dyeing j u Die city, 1-13 ti
M X ' BOFOLITAnTsTKaM UYE WORKS. 211
Franklin street. Fine dyeing and clean-
i-i:< 'l
CJBfIKOPODISTB.
MISS C. STAFFER,' PBOFKBSHJNAI7'oH?
ropcdlst. 211 Wett First street, opposite
MJili-au lio). 1, moics 5 inn) t;. 1] 23 lm
etc]
HAZARD A; TO W N'SEND. ROiTm»T J)0 Wnl V
block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-22 ti
POWDER IN HIS TOBACCO.
The Cause of the Death or an Old
Italian.
The body of the Italian who died from
the effect of burns about the chest, has
been taken tb the morgue, where an in
quest will be held this morning.
He lived for Borne time in a barn at
the northeast corner of the plaza, on tbe
border of Chinatown, and did menial
work for the population of that vicinity.
In applying a match to some tobacco in
a pipe, there waa a small explosion,
when he inhaled the flames. A portion
of his clothing caught on fire aud burned
bim about the body. It is supposed
that some idiotic and criminal "practi
cal joker'" put powder in the tobacco,
and thus caused the uuiortunate fel
low's death.
Ring up telephone 40-i ;or John Wiclandand
Fredericksburg bottled beer.
SOCIETY NOTICES.
VARIOUS
1\ lodges of the Order of Knights of Pythias
in this city hold regular conventions as helow.
Ail resident and VUitlng Knights cordially
welcomed.
SAMSON NO. 145—700 Downey aye. (E. Los An
geles!, Monday evening, C. F. Bradford, 0. 0.
AT PYTHIAN CASTLE, US'-* S. SPRING ST.
GAOTJTLKT NO. 129-Monday evening, 11. L.
Hopkins, C. C.
TRICOLOR NO. 96—Tuesday evening, George
H. Shatter, t'. I.
LA KRATERNITF—Weduesaoy cvennig, F.
Anxionnette, C. C.
OLiVE NO. 26, Thursday evening, T. 0. H.
Bogalskv. 0. C.
MARATHON NO. 182-Friday evening, H. S.
Slaughter, C. 0,
BURBAU OF RSCLIF.F-F.very second snd
foui th Wednesday.
Nomination and election of officers of each
lodge for ensuing term at last convention iv
Noyemhor. 22
BPECIAL NOTICE.
VTaTuTbT.E CHARACTER READING-, AD-
V vice on business aud love by lady clairvoy
ant in private life. Stud 50 cents with date of
birth and personal description. Address. E. J.
M , P. O. Box 02!). 12-1 1 w
rpYPEWKITURS FOR SALK OK RENT;
JL terms easy; Paper, Carbon. Ribbons, etc,
LONGLEY ,t' WAIiNKR, First and bpriug.
11 24 lm
F. HLOFER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE
. 112 Center Place. 9-S tf
OTICK-THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATE*
Com i.any will strictly enforce the following
rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6
aud 8 o'clock a.m. aud 0 and So clock p.m.
For » violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged
before water will b>- turned on again 317 *f
WANT ESD HELP.
OETTY, HI'MMKL it CO., SUCCESSORS TO
L Petty it Hummel and Manin it Co., 207
Weft Second street, and 131 aud 135 West First
street, where ail people wanting any kind of
situations or help cau be promptly and satis
factorily supplied. The largest agency west of
the Misslssipp. river Miscellaneous depart
ment at 207 West Second street. Tel. 40.
Hotel wurk. 131-135 Wtst First st. Tel. 50!).
first c ass household department in each
office.
\Y ANTED-GOOD PAi'EP. CARRIERS WITH
TT horse and cart, at the Chronicle office,
114 W. First st. Apply before !) a.m. and after
4 p.m. 12-4 2:
VV' ANTED—ALL NEEDING HCLP FREE—
I* Employment or any information, address
H. NITTINGKR'B BUREAU, established ISSO.
Office, 319H South spring street; residence,
451 Soutn Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ange
lea, '-al. Telephoue 113. s IB if
WANTED—SITUATIONS.
EXPERIENCED JAPANESE COOK WANTS
JLV a position. Best references ia the cit7.
Address A. B. 0., this oilice. 12-5 2t
■JAPAN ESS WANT-* A SITUATION TO
tt do general work every morning; store or
otlic- Ad.lr -so. X.. this nili.-.-. 1: ;^'.
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
\\7ANTED AT ONCE—ALL KIND OF 8BC
" oriii hat d fnrniture for spot cash, liiub
*«'• prices paid. LE WIS & ALDER: ON, 312
South Ualn . tr. et. 11-12 if
\\ r a NTED-PICITRES TO FRAME, i HEAP
-11 est place at BURNS'. 230 South Main st.
1-27 tf
BUSINESS CnANCES.
rOR SALE — $6*ooo— a' FINE PAYING
JT hotel in the b.st (own iv the county, to
gether with a livery stab'e, blachiiiiUh shop
and large block of land; tiie only hotel in the
place; iiilly furnished throughout; ho: and
cold water in every room: splendid water
supply; now doing iill the business, which is
very profitable, but must be sold; will take part
cash or exchange for other property. CUDDY
it STOI'GUTON, 141 «. Broadway. 12-4 21
1(I Oil — A I7 ' NK LODGING HOUSE OF
«?l"v\_r. HI rooms, fully furnished; long
lti-.se: ch'ao rent; iv the be~t. It cation in Chi
cago. CUDDY ii STOUGHTON, 141 South
Broadway. I 2 4 2t
stuck valued at
J 97000, Will take property as part pay
ment. A. J. MEAD, 238 West First street.
12 4 3t
A BARGAIN—A GOOD Pa V-
V ins grocery business, la good location. Ap
ply at 400 E. Fifth street. 12-1 3t
T7IUK SALE—SI2,OOO - A Fi Ks l-t'l.A-S FAM
JT ily hotel of 25 ro ims, fully luruished; No.
1 business: on large turner lot on the eleitric
ear line: will trad- for country property. Price,
$>2,000 CUDDY it STOUGHTON, 141 a.
Broadway. 12-4-2t
"BkOOAft, - * 1"' GINQ HOU-:E 0F26 ROOMS
"ir——Ovf iiilly furnished; first-ciass business;
re.i.onab.e rent an 1 ii good location. Price.
$2200. CUDDY .v. -TOUGHTON, 111 J. Broad
way. 12 4 2 c
<r;/i/l— t. GOOD CORNER RES lAUK A N I
»~.rtlvr Hi good location, personable r.tii:' u-
lneeiNo. 1; sickness tte teison for Belling.
Price .1500. CUDDY it BTOU3HTON, 141 s.
Broa i way. 12 1 nt
IF YOU AR-C LOOKING FOR A »AH AND
profltab c investment, snd can devote a few
hours per day, we can show you a business ih it
from a practical demonstration we are fully
luitiHe' in claiming that you can clear at the
least Q250 per month. The business is well
sui ed for a lady er gentleman; would be
pleased to have- you call and make the fullest
Investigation, Roon 10, 2'J'J West First St.
12-4 2t
MAN' OR WOMAN-"SMALL CAPITAL: NO
experience; no rent: duties light: satis
iaetlon guaranteed. Call and be convinced,
204 We t -ix'h street, room 5 12-3 3t
pUoINESS CHAN!Its—WE Pa i CASH"FOR
J > second-hand upright and Rqnare rlonos.
FISHER .v. JJOYI) PIANO CO., corner rpring
uti t Friinitliii. 10.14 if
LOST AND FOUND.
I7IOUND IN THIB CITY A
i' ano a Knight! Templar charm and key
stone combined, The owner can have the tame
by calling nt the Roiedale saloon, Washington
sireet, proving property and paving charges.
12-4 3t.
I OsT —D A OEM BJ£R 1, 1892 HBaVY GOi D
\j ring, emerald setting; owner's iui'ials in
side. J. W. 11. Return to room 103, Potomac
block for reward 12-': 3t
/'a.mTc To MY PLACE IN VEKnTn-oNE
\_ buckskin liorse nnd one cray mare colt.
Owner oan have same by proving property,
paying charges and taking the anima s away,
Ainpi-si. A.M. NKI.V.-.t cm on P. (l. 11-27 1 m'
SIIIiVKII Oti STOLEN.
pAME TO SlflCrM'
trentno's, at .-an Fernando, Novenib ( -r 29th,
baud of 50sheep: ibey mixed witli his band,
and the owner will pleas>-claim tame anfl pay
thirgea. JEAN SKMTOUS, Ballona, Oal.
12-4 lot.
OTR \ YKD — F\OM 31!) W-.SC SEVENTH
kj street, a. sorr. l horse wllh long scar on left
side of neck. Finder will be rewarded by re
tnrnUig to a bow lmmlnT. 12-t 3t
I.iO X RENT — lIOTJSESALLOVKKTHEOiI Y~
V 0. A. Sumner A Co., 107 S. Broadway.
A 12
FOB KENT--ROOMS.
FOP. RI-:N B
nlshed. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Aliso and
rw \noßle« str... is (i-3 tf
EOIS EXCHANGE.
LU'i; EXCHANOH—A FINE NEW UPRIGHT
r pi.tno for a good lot noi too far oul. FIS)J.
SB A BOYD IIANO CO., corner Spiiru and
Fr rdi'iin. to-14 tf
CONTKA IITOKS.
li>R*N'< <■ YOUNG, "cON'TRAC'TOR. 43
Wi son tlock. S-Hi ly
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1892.
BARGAINS IN RIAL ESTATE.
Q.ILT XDtjKiTMSidliw
A very important property on Spring street,
now paying 5 per cent on price asked, wllh
large prospective increase.
The best unimproved corner on Spring s'rect.
Two flue corners on South Main street,
close in.
One hundred feet on Broadway near First
street, partially improved, at $200 a front foot.
A snap bargain in 38 lots within Imiles of
city center and close to cable line, as a whole
at .f 100 each. A buyer can double his money
twice over.
O. C. EDWAED3.
12 3 Ot 230 West First street.
SfcOAAA — TWO NEW HOUSES OF~TWO
Hats each, 4 flats in all, 6 rooms in
tach flat; now rented for ipso per month ou 7
years lease; between 60th and 61«t on Hal
stead, Chicago; will sell or exchauge for im
proved or unimproved California property
CUDDY tt STOUGHTON. 141 S. Broadway.
12 4 2t
s'>im(\-LARO< CORNER LOT, 60x165.
SpOVUU on West Eleventh. Price, *:)000.
CUDDY & STOUOHTON, 141 8. Broadway.
12-4 2t
A BEAUTIFUL Mo~i ERN 10-ROOM HOUSE;
IV bath, closets, and all the latest and finest
improvt ments. Large lot, driveway, barn for
4 horses, carriage house, servants' roorr s, etc.
The house is beautifully furnished throughout,
ami located on the street car line, close iv, ami
the most fashionable portion of tho city, and
can be hid, if taken soon, at a bargain. CUDDY'
,t STOUGHTON. 11l South Broadway. l'J-4 it
<1 <HO~ A 1-OVELY MODERN COTTAGE,
I'rvir on line of electric road: largo corner
lot: streets graded and nice location' only
if 1400. CUDDY ,t STOUGHTGN, 141 S. Broad
way. 12-4 21
(.)/Wk-NiCK 4-KOOM HARD FINISHED
'irl— V\J bouse and lot, with small barn,
driveway and other improvements; only 10
minutes from this office: onlvsl2so. CUDDY'
&810UJHTON. 141 S. Broadway. 12-4-2t
4finnft' Tlul LAR3K HOUSES OF TWO
rTUUUU stories each; 8 rooms in each; now
rented fors6o per month: large corner lot on
Second street. Piic. $600); will tra"e for
country property, cuddy ,t STOUiirON, mi
S. Broadway. 12-4-2t
silonn-HousE of five rooms and
y-'V kitchen: large lot with cypress
hedge all round; just west of figueroa. 'price,
$1200. CUDDY STOUGHTON, 141 S. Brojd
way. 12 4 2t
Jj«)i)A|Y-'->uOD HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS.
nr—Vl'U large lot, with barn and shad, be
tween Main and Grand avenue, on Twenty
second street. Price 82000; part cash. CUDDY
st STOUGHTON, 141 S. Broadway. 12-4 2t
<k,U II li 1 - TWO large Houses of two
tiTt'OUV. stories each, 8 rooms, bath and
closets in each; now rented for $60 per month;
luge lot, 90 feet front, ou West Second street.
Will sell or exchanee for country property.
Price. $6000. CUDDY tt sroUGHiON, 141 S.
Broadway, 12-4 2t
CABII-FJNE 10-ACRE REDLANDS
qr*mO\J\J orange ranch; large bearine and
shade trees, honse, barns: balance, 6U per cent.
COLSTON, 209 8. Broadway. 0-20<!m.
1J»OB SALE—HOUSES FOR SALE, MON TH LV
1 payments. ALLISON BARLOW. 227 Wf>st.
second st. 11-12 tf
IWR SALE —TO REALIZE A CERTAIN BUM
necessary to closa an estate, I offer special
bargains in the following property:
3 elegant lots, c.can side Hop"c street, near
Sixteenth.
4 elegant lots, east sidu Flow3r street, near
Sixteenth.
Northeast corner Figueroa and tixteenth;
large lot.
4 Deautiful lots, Figueroa, near Sixteenth.
8 roon, two-story residence, ciean side Hope,
north of sixteenth.
8-rcom. two-story residence, Flower street,
north of Sixteenth.
3-story lodgiug house near East First street.
43 acies fine alfalfa lautl near Florence
15 shares i$10) each) California bank stock.
WESLEY CLARK, Executor,
11-6 tf 21s Sou.h Spring street.
SALE—SSOOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK
X 1 on Second st. ■ 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy
terms, see oWisEB, room 78, Temple block.
11-3-tf
|7<OR sALE-$4OO-HOUSE AND LOT COR-
V ncr Court and Patten streets: both streets
graded. M. P. SNYDER. 139 south Broadway.
9 13 tf
l/OR SALE—HOUSES FOR SALE. MONTHLY
X'P&ymtnts. Allison Barlow, 227 West Sec
orul st 9-11 tf
FOB SALE—COUNTRY PROPERTY.
£(kA — 200 ACRES OF CHOICE OliaTgE
v.'U. lard "t Riverside with abund ■ uce of
water, only $90 per acre. This is a bargain.
CUDDY tt STOUGHTON. 1418. Broadway.
12-4 gt
«i7IWMI" 10 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND to;
v lIW the extension of Figueroa street: 6
acres in bearing oranges, balance in other
fruits and alf»l a: g.iod house end other im
provements. Price $7000. CUDDY&BTOUGH
TON, 141 S. Broadway. 12-4 2t.
<iTOA—A SMALL CHICKEN' RANCH; GOOD
*. tv" house of 3 100 ms: 2 chicken h nu'es,
barn and shed; well ot water with pump; all
fenced with wire netting: near the city; hor.-e
and buggy, and lot of cblckeus Price, $700;
part cash. CUDDY it STOUGHTON'. 141 S.
Broadway. 12 4 2t
£fci*>r;— -oi acres of choice level
V I— «l laud, 5 miles from the court
southwest: only $125 per acre. CUDDY it
STOUGHTON, 141 S. Broadway. 12-4 21
ffl> •) rA| \- 1 : 0 tt »A LE -2 ITcRES OFAT KAI"
apOi/UU fa land near Florence; house 5
rooms; barn. 3ix42 feet; artesian well; about
40 bearing fruit trees; only $3500. This
is a bargain. CUDDY it STOUGHTON. 141
sou.h Broadway. 12-4 2t
FOR SALE—TWO ACRES, WITH HARI7
-linislied ho«6eof four rooms and kitthen;
windmill and tank-house; barn for five horses;
all fenced; plenty of water: situated near city
limits. Apply ;o 116 East First street, up
stairs. 11 22 tf
_ vv JWtJALE- MISCELLANEOUS.
3ALE—YOUNG, GENTLE HOLVTEIN
JP milk cow, very cheap. (lorner Vermont and
Thirtieth st. 12-4 2t
SALE—TWO BILLIARD AND ONE
1 pool table, nearly new, at a bargain. 314
South Main street. 5t
IpOR SALE—AX UPRIGUT AND A SQUARE
piano, both in first-class condition. Fi-H
-ER & BOYD PIANO CO., corner Spring and
.Tanklin. 10-14 tf
|,-<OIi SALE- OLD PAi-)fRB IN QTJAKTI.
.1? ties to suit, at this office.
DENTISTS.
' ''". Spring street, rooms 4 and 6.
'■ r\ J Teeth extracted and rilled with
-'-*^ r out pain. 7-21 ly
1882—Established—1882.
DX. L. W. WELLS, COR. OF SPRING AND
Fira streetE, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. ml If
DR. up.myT denti.«-osfic"e removed
tol24!JSorth Sjring street. AU opera
tions guaranteed perfect at irreatly reduced
prices. Extracting and filling without nam.
4 16 tl
DR TOLHURBT,DENTIST, 10-' i N.SPRISO
st... rooms 2. 'i ami 7. painless extracting.
GOLDEN GATE CiAS ENGINE.
OOMETHING NEW AND EFFnCTIVE IN
i~ ga< or gasoline engines—Anyone having
tronb'e with their gos engine, or contemplat
ing pat tlDg up a plant 0 power, w 11 Co well
to cad and examine to* Golden Bate (>a-,G«KO.
line or Nati.ral Gss Engine and see it and be
convinced that it is by far t'e reo<[ perfected
engine in tbe market, today, we except lion.-.
T. M * A ii'TIN, agtnt, 154-15'J Non* Los An
4,"d«R stro t.
ARCHITHCT,
/i H.BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 SOUTH
broadn-ay. S-7 ly
¥J URGEHS J REEVE, AKOftiTKCT, ESIAB
-1) lished for the past 10 years In Los Angelea.
Rooms 7 at'd 8 (second floo-). Workman block,
Sliriiicr st.. better n-t rntrl and Thinl. 3-2 ly
MEDIUMS,
MRS. PARKER, CLAiitVOY'ANT—
tationson businets, love, marriage, dis.
ease, mint ral locations, life leading, etc.; take
University mectric car to Forrester avenue, go
we-t three blocks to Vino stieet, second house
from crvfngr of Vermont, avenue.
HOMHOPATHIC PHYSICIANS.
(JpH. M.
co« child r en. Office end residence, s<3s g,
olive st Office honrs", 10 to lz a. m.: 2"04
71 m. ToW>hono 574 lo*it f
A IISTRACTS.
\KSTRA(;f AND TITLE
panv of Los AngeleH, northwest corner of
Fratikiln nnd New Hifrhjßtreets rnV7rf
AND AIJRIBTS.
DR. M. S. JONKB,
s.r.rist.northeust corner Fir-t and
Spring streets. 1017 3m >t#y
PKKSONAL.
ON
our Riant coffee roaster. Java and Mocha,
35c lb; Mountain coffee, 2Sc: granulated sugar,
IS lbs $1; brown, 20 lbs |1| 6 lbs rolled oats or
wneat, 25c; 4, lbs rice, 25c; 4 lbs pure buck
wheat, 25c; germea, 20c; nutrlna, 20o; 3 pkgs
starch 25c; can milk, 10c: 5 lbs good tea, SJI;
mince meat, 5c lb: 3 ltx jam, 25c; 5 lbs raisins,
25c; 4 lbs apricots. 25c; 5 lbs Bvs, 25c: hams,
15o: bacou, )sc; pork, 12c; coal oil aud gaso
line, 80c; brooms, 15c; wooden palls, 15c.
ECONOMIC STORKS, 305 South Spring street.
I JKRSONAL—RALPHS BROS — UOLD~BAR
Flour, $1.15: city flour, 85c; brown sugar,
20 lbs 111 granulated auger, 18 lbs $1; white
sugar. IS lbe $1; 5 boxes saidtDes, 25c; 3 cans
Imil, 50c: 50 bars soap, fl; eftsiern gasoline,
80c, and coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 16c;
lard, 10 ibs, !>"e: 5 lbs, 50c. 001 South Spring
street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tl
IJKRSoNAI, — YOUR FUTURE- REVEALED
according to science of Astrology, with pen
picture of future husband or wife. Send 25c,
date of birth and full description. Prof. M.
BROWN Box 1070. Chtjago. 11-27 bun 4t
i)Ersonai.—fo k chblsimas CANTAT
JL las and Christmas cxerriscs sco Fitzgerald,
the music dealer, 121 and 123 North Spring
street. 11-3 3m
PERSONAL— DOLLS DRESSED TO ORDER
I for the holidays; charges reasonable. Call
or addn ss 204 W. sixth it. Room 0. 11-12 lm
pEKSOwAu <v7~W. TAYLOR, LAWYER,
I room 13 Bryson-Bouebrake tdock. Pro
bate aud insolvency law a specialty. Advice
free. 7-23 Iv
MEDICAL PERSONALS.
Compound is the greatest medical discov
ery of the age. Absolutely sure and safe. Every
bottle guaranteed. Write to the Prophylactic
Compound Company, Fresno, Ual., for" a de
scriptive circular, which contains information
that may save you years o( suffering, and per
haps your life. Circulars and the preparation
can be obtained from all druggists. F. W.
BtiAUN A CO., distributing agents for south
ern California. 7-10
ARRIED LADIES—SEND 10 CENTS FOR
'•Infallible Safeguard" (no medicine, no
deception); just what you want. LADIES'
BAZAR, Kansas City Mo. 7-S Km
FINANCIAL.
IWCiriO LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
A lv any amouuts on all kiuds of personal
property and collateral security, ou pianos with
out removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property of
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in
warehouses; partial payments received, money
without delay; private o/Kiees tor consultation:
will call if desired. W.X DzGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 b. Spring St., opposlic
Nadeau hotel. 7-29 tf
L~ OANS, 7 AND B>KR OHNT. BRADSHAW
BROS., 101 South Broadway. 8-lti<Jm
ONEY TO LOAN AT B""pER CENT; ANY
amount. 1!. P. SNYDER, 13!) South
Bioaoway. 8-13 Om
M" ONEY' TO LOAN ON COUNTRY AND
city property: lowest rates. W R.BURKE,
notary public, 169 North Spring Sireot.B-13 tim
VIONEY' TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JBWKL
j.\L ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kiuds of personal and
collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 8. Spring.
I _ F YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAYS
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see beenrity Savings Bank, 148 S. Main st.
s-i tf
MONET TO^LOAN,
LOANS MADE ON REAL E.-TATE AT THE
lowest rate. W. P. DAVIS, 112 - South
Broadway. 11-20 lm
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MAIN
STREET SAVINGS BANK, 420 So Uh
Main street. 10 20 tf
IJOIND(XTER & LIST, BROKERS, 127"w~
X Second St., loan money on good security nt
reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty, If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 8-I '/ Ora
ONEY TO LOAN—A. R. FRASER & F: 1).
l.Rtiterman. 131' S. Broadway. Sl7 Bm
T£CcHERS' "CLASS Pir.EPARIN'j FOB.
county examination. Positions for govern
esses aud teachers. 120 X B. Spring, ia-25 tf
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLI.-H TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated) 144 South Main st.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough aud practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, essaying, and all English
branches. Large, able, and mature iaculty ot
instructors. Day a*.d evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college othce, or write lor
e'egant catalogue. E. it.-HRAIJER, President;
F. W. KELSEY,Vice-President; I. N. INSKKEP,
secretary. 8-16-91 tf
rpHELONQLEY SHORTHAND INSTITOTeT
X the oldest and best. Pupils assisted to
situations. Spring aud First streets. 6-26 tf
CUOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (INCOR
puraltd), 137 South Main street (Chamber
of Commerce). Commodious new studios. L.
E. GARDEN-MACLEOD, principal.
AST BURY SHORT HAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's store, Phillips block. Send for cata
logue. 1012 12m
RS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Piano, Voice Culture, Guitar and Banjo.
ARDMOUR, Broadway and Sixth ft. D-24-lf
LOS ANGELE3 CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
and Art; open all tho year. MRS.
EMILY J. VALENTINE, president, 048 South
Olive street. 8-14 ly
AWILLHARTIT/5. MUSICAIT STUDIO,
• room 37, California Bank B'ld'g. 8-13 ly
KINDERGARTEN I RAIN IN G SCHOOL VvTlI
reopen October sln. Address MRS. N. D.
MaTHEW. 67iS W. Twenty-third street. 7-9 tf
ATTORNEYS.
A~~ GOODRIChTIaWYEr" 124 DEAKIVoRN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 23 years' experi
ence; secrecy; special facilities in several
states; Goodrich on divorce, with laws of all
stales, in press. 11-16-ly
AY E. HUNTdfh ATTORNEY -AT - LAW—
Bryson-Boueorake»'block. Telephoue 528.
Practice in all the com is. state nnd federal.
7-1 tf
BEN GOODRICH, LAWY£R, NO. 2 LAW
building, 125 Temple street, near court
house. Telephone 108. 7-6 tf
K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FUL
• ton block, 207 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-16 tf
PHYSICIANS.
(A EORGE H. BEACH, M. 1. OFFICfTaND
UT residence, 131 North Spring street. Ofliee
hours, 8 to 12, 1 to 5, 6toB p. in. Tel- phone
433. 11-3-tf
MRS. DR. W E I.LH-OFFICES N HER
brick block, 127 East') hird street,between
Main and Los Angeles; diseases of women, ner
vous, rectal, sterility and genito urinary dis
eases; also electro therapeulies. Hours, 10 to
4, 7 to 8,
MRS. DX. J. H SMITH, SPECIALTY MID
wifery. ladles cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls piompMy
attended to. Telephone 1110. m2B tf
MUSICAL.
I)ANJO, BY MISS AsTBURY'7 SAND
> 0 stringed taught, Studio 51. Toke elevator
by People's store, Phillips block. 11 12 12m
rpHK KAMMKKMEYER ORCHESTRA—
X liret-class music luruished for balls, parties,
concerts, receptions and picnicß. Violin, man
dolin, etc., taught. Room 21, New Wlllard
block, South Spring street, Lot Angeles,
Cal 10 14 lv
PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEES.
H. BARNARD,
REGULAR
PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE
FOR COUNCILMAN FIFTH WARD.
10-20 31—10-26 cod td
RKHULICAN CITY NOMINEES.
jpitED. H. TEALE,
REGULAR
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
FOR '
CTTYAUDITOR.
HAS. A. LUOKENBACH,
(Deputy City Clerk),
REGULAR
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
FOR
CITY CLERK.
rjy k rowan,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR MAYOR.
JOHN CHANBLOR,
(of An tenon & Charslor)
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNCILMAN.
FOURTH WARD.
rpBOMAI weiss,
F.EOULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNCILMAN.
SEVENTH WARD.
JOHN BRINK,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINFE
FOR CITY LICENSE IND TAX COLLECTOR
ORFILA,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR
CITY CLERK.
~£\ INNEB,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNCILMAN SECOND WAED.
J7i M. NICKELL,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
ft
FOR COUNCILMAN FIRST WARD.
JOHN D. SCHIECK,
r» W<-> r> try *ry
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR CITY AUDITOR.
J H. DOCKWEILER,
RE(iULAR
DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTT
NOMINEE FOR
CITY ENGINEER.
J-JRURY A. WATSON,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR
«
SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS.
BILDERRAIN,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR CITY ASSESSOR.
A. WILSON,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNCILMAN THIRD WARD.
JOHN BRYSON, SR.,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR
CITY TREASURER.
QLARENCE A. MILLER.
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR
CITY ATTORNEY.
J£ 8. IRVIN,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNCILMAN NINTH WARD.
Q.EORGE D~P^sliELLi
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNCILMAN SIXTH WARD.
JOHN T. GAFFKY,
REGULAK
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNCn.MAN EIGHTH WARD
REPUBLICAN CITY NOMINEES,
y T. WRIGHT,
REGULAR
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
FOR CITY ENGINEER.
TJ J. BHOUI.TERS,
RE(iULAR
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
FOR CITY TREASURER.
JOHN W. HINTON.
(Incumbent),
REGULAR
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
FOR
CITY ASSESSOR.
JOHN Q. TUFTS,
REGULAR
NOMINEE
FOB
MAYOR.
ROBERT D. WADE.
REGULAR
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
FOB
CITY LICEN3E AND TAX COILECTOR.
AMTJSEMEKTB.
GRAND OPERA HODNE
Under the direction ot AL. HAYMAN.
McLaih Si Lkhhan, Manager*.
THREE NIGHTS— SATURDAY MATINEE.
COMMENCING THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8.
FRANK W. SANGER'S COMPANY
WILL PRKSKNT
MY OFFICIAL WIFE
Dramatized by ARCHIBALD 0 OUNTER, from
the popular novel, introducing
MISNIE SELIGMAN CUTTING, AS HELENE.
Price', $1, 75e, 80c, 25c.
LOB AN« ELE-FtmEATER,
H. Q. Wvatt, Manager.
*£M a^to )U llko ,ho » w — th^
—HKAK—
i JAME3 WHITCOMB RILEY, j
The Dialect Poet. The Inimitable Humorist.
If you ever Inugli he will welcome youon
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS,
DECEMBER 5 AND 0.
Under the auspices of and assisted by the Lud
lam School of Oratory and Arts.
Prices: 800, 50c, 75e, $l. Tickets for sale at
music stores; reserved s-ats at box offlce. De
camber 6th..
rpURNVERKIN HALI"
8-2—TWO NIGHTS ONLY I—2-2
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6 AND 7
BY SPECIAL BEQUEST,
TYNDALL,
THE FAMOUd MIND MAtiICIAN.
Can Spirits Beturn?
Can All Read I hongh's?
Can All Mesmerize?
Should Criminals
Be Hypnotized?
Note great reduction in prices: Reserved
seats, 50c; balcony, 25c.
ATHLETIC PARK,
Sevunth aud Alameda.
BASEBALL T
LOS ANC.ai.E3 VS. SAN JOSE.
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY,
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
OF THIS WEEK.
For the special championship series of nine
games, Games called at 2:30 p.m.
New pitchers, McNabb, Knell andltorehors.
Ladies' day Friday.
NKW VIENNA BUFFET.
114 and 110 Court street.
F. KERKOW, PaoraiKTOU.
Family Entrance. Family Departments.
FREE, REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND
CONCERT EVERY EVENING.
This week: FERANZI SISTttRS,
MISS PEARL )NMAN,
MHS LIN A CREWS and
THE BtRTH FAMILY,
Miss Marruerlte Berth; directrers.
FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from lla.a.io
2 p m., and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A LA CARTE AT ALL HOUFB.
Tho only plant- for imporUd Bavarian beer
on draught, aud Berlin Weiss beer; also Ltmp's
Extra Pale. 4-3 tt
HK PALACK,
Corner First and Spring streets.
(Family and ladies entrance on Firet it.)
THE
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert every day from 12 to
1:30 p.m. (during lunch hour): also a
i GRAND CONCERT EVEKY EVENING :
From 7 .30 p.m. to 12 m.
The best commerri a 1 lunch In the city from
11 a.m. till 2 p.m., and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A la carte from (! p.m. to 12 m. 11 IS lm
ORIGINAL VIENNA BUFFET,
Co. ner Main and Kequen» Streets.
J. H. KENNED », Bus. Manager.
First appearance of the MAKTINES, late
of 8el!s Bros.' circus. Miss: Martlnes wiil
Introduce ber great tight rope dancing. Tho
only lady now living doing this act, and Mr.
Mm nines'in his great acrobatic songs and
dances.
Also, fl'St appearance in thisciiy of MONS.
W. BOWEHS.the boy wonder, in his invis
ible wire walking and light and heavy balanc
ing. Immense hit ol MR. BEKT NOKRIS,
the only tenor. Lovers of singing should
hear this gentleman for he certainly is un
enualed. Return of the Los Angths favorite,
MISS BESSIE hall, in German and Eug
lish specialties Our Irish friend, MISS LULU
MARTELL, In her celebrated clogs, jigs and
reels. N. B.—A grand matinee will be given
every Wednesday afternoon. Everybody in
vited and good order wiil bo maintained.
Performance commences every evening at
7:30 o'clock. Wednesday matinee at 2p. m.
New attractions next week, umongut otben
will bo the beautiful Atkinßon sisters, direct
from the East. 11-17-3 m
EXCURSIONS.
Gt BEAT CkNIRAL ROUTE EXCURSIONS.
("Experienced conductors: threugn from Los
Angeles to Boston; only six days to New York
or Boston; tourist cars. F. E. SHEARER, man
ager. Office, 220 South Spring st., Los Angelea
'10-16 6m
0. JUDBON A CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
• overy Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cut to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Office, 212 8. Spring tt.
6-1 tf
JMPROVED EXOUF.SION CAR SERVICE;
the Santa Fe route, Bhorteat through car line
to the cist; daily throngh trains to Chicago;
special family tourist sleeping ear excursions
for Kansas City, St. Louie, 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 California Ry, and City Ticket Office
S.nta Fo Route, 120 It. Spring st,, Los Angeles.
1-itr
IJHILLIPB' EXOUbSiONiJ VIA DENVER AND
Rio Grande railway nnd the Great Rock
blend route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday.
Persi.m.lly conduetod through to Chicago and
Boston Office. No. 13s South Spring st. Iti
ONu'-ULU TOURS—HUGH B. RICE, BPE
clal agent Oceanic S. S. Co. Offlce: 124
W. Second - r: P.O. Box 679. 12-4 tt
hoteYs"'
WhenTn C)TANGaftS/ITrK TO
stop at is HOTEL BELLEVUE TERRACE,
Comer Sixth and Pearl streets. It is the only
fip tclass family and tourist hotel in the city,
with large beautiful lawns, broad sunny
p.irches, and all large, outside sunny rooms,
wit-h open grate«, free baths, and service A 1.
Rates—2s rooms, $7 per week; 2 persons, $14
40 rooms, $9 per week; 2 persons, $15,
35 room*, $10 per week; 2 persons, $17.
25 rooms, $12 per week; 2 persons; $20.
Special rates to monthly or nermauent people.
11-20 3m MRS. C. W. STEWART, Propr.
riiHK MADISON.
X 631 South Man street.
New and elegant furnished family hotel.
11-24 lm
LIi'WETT HOUSE—FURNISHED ROOMS,
entirely new, single or cv suite, bath rooms
connected; sui able for housekeeping. 116
Ens' First street, New Wilson block. 11-22 lm
' ,
WANTED -EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT I
am menufoeturing allkiudsof spring wag
ons, buggies and carriages at greatly reduced
prices. Blaeksmithing, painting and trim
ming done promptly. Leather top buggies
from $125 ta $150. RICHARD MOLONY, 323
Allso street Los Angeles Cal.
ANJI>^IJ^LJ^ERS^
ClOdtfRAD BCHBREK, GRANITE, BITUMIN
/ on* and asphalt paving. 237 W. *' I ™J J ,t -

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