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Change of Time-Card by the
LOCAL LINE IMPROVEMENTS.
Trains Running Regularly Over
the Monrovia Rapid Tran
A new joint time card has been issued
by the California Central and California
Southern Companies, and will go into
effect to-morrow at 12:01 a. H. The
principal changes aro as follows: Four
trains will in future run daily to
San Bernardino and Colton instead
of three as heretofore. Connections
are arranged so that two through trains
will run each day into San Jacinto and
two also to Redlands and Lugouia. Sev
eral other local changes are made, mostly
as regards time, tbe schedule between
'this city and Sau Bernardino being con
siderably shortened. The complete time
card will be published in the advertising
columns of this paper to morrow.
THE SAN I'A FE.
Important Changes lv the Han
The following report has been issued
by President Strong of the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe road:
I. —From and after the first day of
June. 1888, the headquarters of Mr. C.
W. Smith, First Vice-President, will be
at 98 Milk street, Boston, Mass., where
all reports and communications to him
should be addressed.
11. —Mr. George R. Peck, General
Solicitor, in charge of tho legal affairs of
the entire system,* with headquarters at
Topeka, Kan,, will, from and after the
same date, report to the President. The t
several claim departments are transferred
to the legal department
111. — Vrorn and after the same date," 1
Mr. A. A. Robinson, as Second Vice- 1
President and Manager, will, in addition
to his present duties, take charge of the 1
operating department of the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fo, Southern Kansas 1
and Chicago, Kansas and Western lines, ;
his office being at Tnpeka, Kansas, As
to all matters in the construction depart
ment, he will report to the President,
and upon all matters pertaining to tbe
operating department he will report to '
the First Vice-President. I
IV. —From and afrer the same date ,
Mr. W. Snyder, as Second Vice-Presi
dent and Manager of the Gulf, Colorado
and Santa Fe Railway Company, head
quarters at Galveston, Texas, will have 1
charge of the operating and construction <
departments of that line, reporting as to
all matters iv the construction depart- 1
ment to the President, and upon matters '
pertaining to the operating department 1
to the First Vice-President. <
V. —Mr. G. F. Goddard has been j
elected Third Vice-President, aud from 1
aud after the same date his olfice will be
at the Rialto building, Chicago, 111. He !
will have charge of the traffic of the en- j
tire Atchison system (including express
business J, covering all lines '
leased, operated or controlled SjaSjßSe 1
Atchison, Topeka and Sant Fe Railroad *
Company, and the several traffic '
managers will report to him. Mr. Goddard '
has also been appointed manager of
the Chicago, Santa Fe and California j
railway, with office as above. He will
report to the First Vice-President.
Mr. C. W. Cook, formerly Assistant
General Freight Agent of the Southern '
Kansas, lias been appointed Assistant
General Freight Agent of theabove road,
with headquarters at Topeka, Kan., in
place of Mr. C. A. Parker, who has been 1
appointed to a similar position on the '
Chicago, Santa Fe and Califoruia.
The Line lo nonrovlaln Organiza
Regular trains were placed on the '
Monrovia Kapid Transit Road yesterday
for the first time. The cars run between I
Monrovia and the Southern Pacific depot '
at Karnona, at the following intervals: >
Westbound from Monrovia at 7.20 A. 1
m., 9.30 a. m. and ii.OO p. m <
and eastbound from the S. P. depot this 1
city at 8:e0 A. M., 10: 0 a. m. and 4:25
p. m., changing cars at Ramona. The '
only depot on the line at present is the
one at Monrovia and one to be con
structed at an early date at Alhambra.
Stops are made all along the line for the
accomm dation of passengers.
' Heavy Travel.
The employes in the ticket offices of
the Southern Pacific Company have been
kept very busy for the couple of days.
Owing to the fact of the conclusion of the
Democratic Convention there has been
unusually heavy travel north, the night
before last i i Pullman sleepers being
The Line to Santa Monica.
The track-layers are hard at work on
the Burbank ond of the Los Angeles
County road to Santa Monica, and as the
material is all on hand it ;B fair to sup
pose that the work will be concluded by
July Ist, the date announced by the com
An old lady 98 years of age recently
made the trip from Han Diego to Clar
Mr. Charles White, the cordial ticket
agent of the Southern Pacific, is back at
his post again.
Mr. Williamson Dunn, representative
of the Santa Ke in this city, is expected
There are thirty teams at work on the
Olinda ranch fixing the grade for the
Anaheim, Pomona and Olinda Road.
Mr. John L. Truslen, General Agent of
the Santa Fo Railroad at Santa Barbara,
is in the city.
A new line is to be built from the Mex
ican Central through Chihuahua and
Sonora to the Pacific coast.
The Santa Fe Company now owns,
controls and operates 7,174 miles of rail
Tire new time-table of tho Southern Pa
cific, outlining the changes already noted
in the Herald, will be issued the early
part oi next week.
Mr. C. B. Scott, of the Burlington
system, is "holding the fort" in the office
on Spring street during Mr. Quigley's
absence up north.
Mr. George T. Nicholson, General
Passenger Agent of the Santa Fe, and
Mr. W. F. White, General Traffic Mana
ger of the same system, are expected in
this city in a day or two.
An excursion of four cars containing
over a hundred people, left Kansas City
yesterday for Los Angeles under the
auspices of Messrs. A. Phillips & Co. It
is due here on Tuesday next. *
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SATURDAY MOMS ING, MAY V\ IPS*.
Messrs. Cole and Washburn intend to
extend the Garvanzo road to Pasadena at
an early date. Tuey will run their trains
by electricity, using the storage system,
! and expect to have the full line in run
ning order iv about sixty days.
A cable railway is to be built from
Caraccas to La , Guayra, Venezuela,
under specif concessions from the
Venezuelan Government. It is proposed
to tuunel the mountains and carry the
cable road through the tunnel.
The number of tons of freight carried
one mile in 1887 by the Santa Fe system
was '.109,107,842, and the number of pas
sengers for the same distance. 217,909,
--566. During the year 101,003 miles of
road were relaid with steel rails.
The Northern Pacific Company has
concluded negotiations with a syndicate
of Wisconsin and Minnesota lumber men
for the sale to the latter of a tract of 80,
000 acres of lumber land in Pierce County,
W. }~ for about $11 per acie.
Work has begun in real earnest on the
Itock Island road east of Colorado
Springs. Hundreds of men and teams
are employed and it looks as if the work
will be pushed through. Tins is one of
the roads that is heading out for Califor
The Wason Car Works of Springfield,
ill., have just completed a contract for
the construction of a palace car for King
Luis L, of Portugal. The cost is esti
mated at $18,000, and the vehicle will be
made of the finest and most co3tly mate
It is expected that the much-needed
double track between Oakland and Port
Costa will be completed in about six
months. The necessity of this line will be
realized when it is stated that there are
thirty-two regular trains a day between
the two points, in addition to which
there are numerous special, freight and
What is UoiiiK On at the Thespian ,
Gus Williams, assisted by Miss Lillian i
Elma and the other members of the i
company, continue to attract good houses
at the Grand Opera House. Oh! What
a Night! is light, clean and full of fun .
and music. It cannot but be enjoyed hy |
those who witness it. At the matinee •
the attraction wil be Keppler't Fortune, .
which delighted the play-goers of the \
city during the earlier part of the week, .
and in the evening Oh! What a Night! ]
winds up the season. (
Hanna College Entertainment. :
In response to invitations a large aud- (
ience of the most prominent families of
this city filled the extensive gymnasium
of the Los Angeles (Hanna) College, last '
evening when an "Evening Song" was |
furnished by the pupils and the College |
Choral Class, assisted by the elocution- j
ary class. I
Promptly at 8 o'clock the first number 1
on the programme was given. It con- <
sisted of a part song, "The Invitation to
the Dance," and was well sung by the
choral class. The next was "Should He
Upbraid," sung sweetly by Miss Selby. J
Miss Anna McNab rendered a ballad, t
"She Wandered Down the Mountain
Side," in excellent style. The recita- |
tion "A White Lily" was next given by ,
Miss Cecile Lindsay. Miss Mamie Chapin
sang "Angel Fair with Golden Hair,"
and the chorus rendered another part '
song. Raff's "Twilight's Soft Voice" f
was most ably sung t>y Miss Ssella Jones,
ar.d Miss May Forrester sang "O Loving ,
Heart." A selected recitation by Miss j
Downes was much applauded. Miss |
Russell sang a ballad, "The Bell |
Ringer," in a most admirable manner.
"Oh ! Fatal Gift," au aria from Don Car
los, was quite ably sung by Miss Francis 1
H. McCreevy. <
The chorus then sang "Twelve by the f
Clock" and "Good Night." 'Jhis was <
the latt piece on the programme, but by
request the "Fan Drill" was well per- f
formed by four young ladies, and the au- ,
dience slowly dispersed, praising the ex- ,
cellence of the evening's entertainment, j
llaii (I of Hope.
The Los Angeles Band of Hope enter
tainment at the Aahbury M. E. Church J
'ast evening was largely attended. The
programme, which was as follows, was i
excellently carried out: Greeting song;
responsive exercise; prayer, Rev. H. )
Cox; chairman, Master Willie Collins; j
opening address, Johnnie Adams; recita- j
tion, "The New Moral Reform," (Mrs. |
Fiances E. Willard), Rosa Nevell; ,
recitation, "The Young Prohibitionist,"
Eddie Longley; chorus, "What a Happy ,
People," Bind ot Hope; dialogue, (
"Help Just a Little," Mamie Roberts, (
Irene Watson, Lulu McKee, Kila Collins, (
Lain Covell; recitation, "Une Seed,"
Maud Ferris; recitation, "High Top
Boots," Willie Webster; vocal solo,
"The Little Flower Girl," Florence 1
Longley; dialogue, "Innocent Cigar- I
ettes," Tuaddie Erwin, Roy Botsford; i
recitation, "Our Ship is Coming In," I
Ella Nevell; chorus, "Fatal is the Kirst," 1
Baud of Hope; recitation, "The Road to i
Heaven," Hattie Pearson; vocal solo, i
'Driven from Home," i earl Gleason ; :
chorus, "Rescue the Perishing," Band
of Hope, with audience; benediction. i
Novelties at the Museum.
The popular Dime Museum is keeping
public interest up to a high pitch by add
ing to and changing the attractions and
features. There is a host of novelties an
nounced for the coining week on the
stage and in the museum. In the latter
tlie latest sensation is a strange Creature,
covered with hair, called a wild man,
from his ferocious and savage nature.
He is in charge of Coko, a man who is
somewhat of a card himself, as he is a
survivor of an Arctic expedition,
and exhibits a number ot curios,
and relics from that icy region,
where he was an enforced resident for
several years. He has acquited the lan
guage and studied the customs of tbe
strange Esquimaux. There is also in the
imi: emu a Fire King and (at night only)
a really pretty shadowgraph exhibition
displaying unusual mechanical ingenuity.
The latter is handled by Stanley and
Everett. On the stage in the theatre a
good programme is presented by the
Star Novelty Company. Kalkasa is one
of the best jugglers, balancers and
manipulators ever seen in this city.
The Canadians gave another of their
delightful socials at the Opera House
Hall. Quite a large number were present
and all enjoyed the evening. The follow
ing programme was taken up and en
joyed: Song, Canadian Glee Club; reci
! tation, "Birthplace of Burps," Mr. J. C.
1 Glidden; song, "Clementine," Glee
Club ; address, " Protection vs.
i Free Trade," Mr. Hardie ; music
lon bagpipes, Mr. McDonald; read
ing, "Ballad of Arabella," Mr. Dick
i son; recitation, "Presentation of the
Trumpet," Mr.-Thompson; reiitaion,
i "The Resurrected Miner," Mr. D. B.
, McQuarrie; recitation, 'Burial of Sir
I John Moore," Mr. Varquo. All the
t selections were warmly applauded, and
in answer to an encore Mr. Thompson
i gave "The Irish Philosopher." The
next regular meeting of the society will
i beheld in the Opera House Hall, next
Friday evening, and all are cordially in
vited to attend.
A very good house was observed at
the Pavilion, where Patti Rosa in her
own pleasant manner plays the hoyden,
sings her comical ditties, and cuts up
such funny capers in her display of terp
dchorean art. The play last night was
Lore and Duty, instead of Imp, which
was advertised. For the matinee Dob is
underlined, and for to-night/mp, but as
has been seen, the announcements are
not to be trusted.
Wend II ns's Lecture.
The sale of reserved seats will close to
day at 6p. m. No tickets will be sold on
Sunday. All tickets will lie taken up
from the drug and book stores by 5 p. m.,
after wbich they can be had of the pas
tors of the various churches only, with
out charge. Admission by ticket only, to
Mege of Paris.
The "Siege of Parisi" has attracted a
great many visitors during the past sev
eral days, anil appearances indicate that
it will continue to be a popular place for
a long time to come. The panorama is
a work of art, and many of the visitors
can hardly believe that the figures are
•- Test Case.
It will lie remembered that sometime
since there was a question raised as to
whether or not the United Siates would
pay $1 per day for the keeping of prison
ers iv the County Jail. This matter is
now to be tested iv the United
States District Court. Sheriff Kays in
order to'find out whether he is forced to
receive United States prisoners without
being paid his price, yesterday refused i
to allow a United States prisoner to
enter the County Jail. He is now
ordered io appear before Judge Ross and '
show cause why he should not be pun- ,
ished for contempt.
<iay Troubadours. '
Early this morning the weary brain
workers of the Herald were serenaded ]
by Messrs. Et. G. Wilbemi and Shaw.
The former plays at the same time the
guitar and harmonica in the most artistic ,
manner, and the latter plays the second
guitar. The numbers rendered by these !
kindly gentlemen were gieatly appreciat
ed by the staff. The doors of the Herald ■
are always wide open to such fine musi- ,
(ndelivcrcd Telegrams. j
Undelivered telegrams remaining at t
the Western Union Telegraph Office, No.
(i Court street, 10 p. m., May 18th: A.
K. Jones, Mary L. Richards, F. C. Mac- l
Fortney. Julia Donovan, F H. Williams,
J. Edward Warren, Mrs. H. D. Vaught,
H. A. Gurnsev, J. Wallen Smith, Freid- ,
lander et Sterns, T. E. O'Shea, R. Cosner, '
Criminal Motes, t
A boy named Willie Lee was arrested j
yesterday afternoon on suspicion by Offi- i
cer Jackson, on Main street. «
Last night Officer Jackson arrested '
Frank Ryan and Frank Brown on Re- J
quena street on suspicion.
M. Farrell was arrested yesterday on (
Spring street by Officer Leverieh for ob- i
structing the street. . t
Antonio Ales was brought to the County
Jail yesterday by United States Marshal
Hay ci. Ales was arrested on the So- 1
boba Reservation on a warrant charging '
him with murder.
Officer Beebe arrested a man named '
Oilman Reynolds on Main street yester- ,
day afternoon for vagrancy. When (
searched at (he police station a revolver ]
was found in his possession. I
Ex-Detective Dan Lynch, who was (
suspended by the Police Commissioners \
a few weeks ago. was again given a star 1
yesterday and will go on the regular '
officer McNulty yesterday arrested
Wm. Scully and Wm. Garvey on Main j
street for burglary. The men are charged
with having entered the house of S. A. \
Randall, on the corner of Ninth and Al- ,
varado streets. j
Ah Kirn, the Chinaman who shot and (
killed another Chinaman at Pasadena a |
few days ago, was yesterday held to j
answer to the charge of murder, and ,
brought to Los Angeles, where he was i
confined in the County Jail. ,
N. L. Hackett was arrested last night (
on a warrant sworn to by L J. Golden, j
charging him with obtaining goods nn- ]
der false pretences. He was lodged in \
the County Jail, antl will appear before |
Justice Taney to-day. I
A Chinaman named Ah Wan was ar- I
re-ted ■yesterday on Los Angeles street 1
by Officer Bee be for assaulting a youth !
named Rauaon Caronel. Ah Wan stated 1
that during the past few days be had '
been greatly tormented by boys interfer- ,
ing with his clothes, and Caronel in
dulging in the same pastime, aroused the
ire of the Mongolian till he ventjd it by
throwing a brick at his tormentor, which '
struck him on tbe head and inflicted a '
Several days ago a Chinaman was
caught in tbe act of stealing bolts from 1
the store of Mr. Maloney and convicted
of petit larceny. Yesterday Officer Jerry
Comocy after considerable trouble sue
ceeded in locating the Chinaman's resi
dence in a dingy den in Chinatown, and
after a close search discovered a quantity
of tools, including files, brace and bits,
chisels, etc., some of which bear the
owner's name and are at the police sta
tion awaiting identification.
As Constables Johnson and Arguello
were walking along Alameda street last
night they heard the cry of "thief" and
saw a man running along the street.
They gave chase and saw the fellow
throw a clock behind a fence, which they
recovered, and caught the thief also. It
appears that the man whose name is M.
Burthrick, had stolen the clock from a
bouse of ill-fame on Alameda street.
After a dispute wi h one of the inmates
of the house Burthrick was taken to the
County Jail and charged with petit lar
Yesterday afternoon a Berious affray
took place on the corner of Sixth and
Spring streets, between a contractor
named Charles Maddison and a teamster
named Haley. The two men had a dis
pute regarding some lumber, which
ended in Haley striking Maddison,
who retaliated by knocking Haley
down and then shooting at him.
Fortunately the bullet missed its mark,
and Haley knocked Maddison down with
an iron pin. Officer Grubbs was attract
: ed by the report of the gun, and upon
arriving on the scene searched all parties
present, but could not find the gun
• Officer McKeag was told of the occur
, rence by a boy, who said that the gun
had been given to a butcher close by,
and upon inquiry at the butcher's the
. gun was handed to the officer. No ar
I rest was made, bnt Daley will swear out
i a complaint against Maddison to-day.
Chairman Jones Defines the
Issues of the Campaign.
WHAT HE SAYS OF BLAINE.
The Nation's Pastime—The Chieagos
New Pitcher a "Howling"
[Associated Press Dispatches to the Herald.
Pittsburg, May 18.—Ben Jones, Chair
man of the Republican National Com
mittee, who returned irom the East last
evening, made the following answers to
lhe questions of a reporter: "My visit
to New York was on private business,
and had not the slightest political signifi
cance. I regard tho prospects for thc
success of the Republican party as most
encouraging, and I believe any one ol
she prominent Presidential candidates
who is a thorough protectionist can be
elected. Undoubtedly the controlling
issue of the campaign will be protection to
American industries against free trade
or tariff for revenue only. It will
be the American system against the
British system. Mr. Cleveland has
made the issue squarely, and his party
must stand by him or again ignomini
ously retreat from the position and fight
under false colors. No, Mr. Blame has
not appointed a residuary legatee, nor
has he expressed preference for any of
the candidates. His wishes are that the
best man may win. Mr. Blame
will not write "another'letter affirm
ing or withdrawing his declination,
at least I see no reason why he should.
The one he did write was intended to be
final. I believe Blame would have been
nominated by acclamation if he had no'
a ithdrawn from the field. I do not
know what he would do if be should re
ceive an unanimous nomination by the
Chicago Convention, but should think it
would be hard to resist the
demands of the party who had so
highly honored him. Upon tbe whole,
I think these questions are not for me,
nor even for Mr. Blame to answer, but
for the Republican party in assembly
met. There is no truth in the report
that all of Blame's friends have had con
certed action for the purpose of putting
him forward again as a candidate, nor
is there any truth in the report that
Blame has relented and would now like
to have his name go before the Conven
Galea get's California Pitcher ITlakrs
a tiood Start
Chicago, May 18.—To-day's game was
played on very muddy grounds, the play
ers swimming and wading after the ball.
Radbourne was pounded very hard by
the Colts, while Borehers, the new pitcher
from California, made a first class show
ing, and in five innings that were play
ed, h*ld the veterans from Boston down
to four base-hits. His work at the bat
was ratlier weak t -day, but it was done
under very adverse circumstances for
him. The game was called at the end of
the fifth on account of fresh rain and
more mud. Score: Chicago 13, Bos
A HOWLING SUCCESS.
Fully 1,500 people were out to tbe ball
grounds to watch the experiment with
the new pitcher from the Pacific coast
this afternoon. Borehers was greeted
with applause as he stepped into the box
and faced the famous Mike Kelly. The
new man is built heavy and looked fit to
fight a hard battle. A little nervously
be stamped down the wet sawdust and
prepared to deliver the ball. When it
came hissing toward the grand stand it
was apparent at once that the
possessed great speed. But woen he got
the ball over the plate it went flying out
to center. Farrell went stepping over
the little ponds aud through the
mud until he got under the ball, and he
held it ot course. Wise made a neat
single that skipped merrily through the
little pools of water in left field.
Borehers looked anxious and threw wild,
but kept up his terrific speed. Sutton
can testify to the last statement, for the
ball took him in the crazy
bone and for a minu'e he danced
about in anything but high glee.
Nash got his base on balls,and then t sro
was a man on each bag with only one
out. Was the experimental pitcher a
failure? That was the question upper
most in the minds of all. Morrill waited
until several bails had been called on
him and then knocked it straight
to Borehers. The twirler was quicker
than a cat, and cleverly threw to
Bailey, who touched the plate and cent
the sphere over Morrill's head io Anson
in time for a double play cut and the
side was retired. From that point out
Borehers got confidence and less wild.
The Bean-eaters were retired in one
two-three order on short hits and fouls
till the cows came home. It was boyond
question, that as a success, Mr.|Borchers,
of California, was a howler.
Chicago, May 18.—The League games
at Detroit, Indianapolis and Pittsburg
were prevented by rain. The American
gameß at Cincinnati and Baltimore ditto.
Washington, May 18.—Bond offers,
$536,900. The Secretary of the Treasury
Pensions have been granted to Louis
LeGranda of Los Angeles and Joseph
Moran, of Pomona.
A postoffice has been established at
WestGlendale, Los Angeles county. Cal.,
with E. T. Howe as Postmaster.
LONG AND SHORT HAUL.
A decision has been filed by the Inter
state Commerce Commission in the case
of Martin & Co., of Denver, against the
Southern Pacific Company and tlie Union
Pacific Company. The chief question
involved is that of a greater charge for
the shorter haul from San Francisco to
Denver than for the longer haul to
Kansas City over the same line. The
conclusion of the Commission is that
no adequate ground now exists upon
i wh ! ch a greater charge for a shorter
haul to Denver, than for that to Kansas
City, can be justified. In view of the
fact tiiat an effort is being made in good
faith by the various lines to re-adjust
their tariffs to meet tbe requirements of
the law, no order will be issued in this
case for sixty days.
' Samuel Bolitho's grocery store at Grass
Valley, Cal., burned yesterday morning
Loss, $2,500; insurance, $1,500.
Governor Waterman has appointed M.
H. Myrick Superior Judge of Santa Clara
county, vice Beldsn, deceased.
The trial of James Eagan on the charge
of the murder of William Aubrey on New
Year's day, which has been in progress
the last week, closed to-day. The jury
disagreed and was discharged.
Andrew Marino, a fruit dealer at San
Jose, wbb found at his house in Maylield
yesterday morning with the top of his
head blown off. It is supposed he placed
the muzzle of a gun to his chin and ap
plied ids foot to the trigger. He had
been slightly demented for some time.
Tho announcement is male that the
officials of the Seattle, Lake Shorn and
Eastern Railway have mado a Contract
with the firm of Ryan & McDonald, of
New York, to construct a line connect
ing Seattle with Spokane Falls. Tho
mileage embraced in this contract is
about 225 miles, to cost four million
The opinion is growing in commercial
circlesthat the house of William T. Cole
man & Co. has practically passed out i f
existence. Ostensibly the work of re
arranging the affairs of the old firm is
progressing, and a sttis'actory statement
will, it i« hinted, be soon presented. The
fact is regarded as full of significance,
however, that the newly-organized firm,
known us the Johnson-Locke Mercantile
Company, is receiving the warm support
of William T. Coleman & 00.
London Cab Infra 1 .
London. May 18.—'t he Council of the
Übernl Radical Union of London has
decided to hold a great meeting at St
funics Hall on June 7lh, to protest
against the Coercion act and the Govern
ment's treatment of political prisoners.
Morley will preside.
The Lord Mayor refuses to lend < i nild
Hall for a public discussion on the coun
try's defenses. He believes tout a strong
feeling exists that this discreditable agi
tation has already gone too far.
At the Royal Windsor spring meeting
to-day the race for the May plate, two
year-olds, was won by Kaikoura, Isle of
Worth second, George Frederick third.
M. Francois Mangon, a distinguished
French engineer, is dead.
The marriage of Robert Walpolo to
Miss Borbin was celebrated in Paris to
The Sultan of Morocco has made a suc
cessful attack upon the Berber rebels
Herr Krupp will build a new steel
factory, (he-works at Essen being unable
to cope with his increasing business.
Dr. Fritz, of Nanseo, with four Norwe
gians and two Laplanders, has started for
Greenland to explore the east coast.
Berlin, May 18 — The bulletin this
morning says: The Emperor is without
fever. The difficulty he experienced in
swallowing has nearly disappeared. His
general condition is so satisfactory that
he will beallowed to spend part of the
day in the open air. His strength is in
creasing. There is less secretion of pus.
Rrancli Post Office*.
As the nam ber of Postoffico boxes in
the stations at East Los Angeles and
Boyle Heights will be quite limited, it is
desired that all persons wishing to rent
boxes at the stations, make written ap
plications at once to the main Postoffice
so that boxes can be assigned to them.
Station A, East Los Angeles, and Sta
tion B, at Boyle Heights, will be open
for business on or about June Ist.
These stations will issue money orders,
register letters and packages, sell
stamps, etc. ;in fact, have ajl the ad
vantages of the main office, except that
there will be no general delivery win
Boston chips at Gardiner's fresh every
St. Chables Hotel—Thus Gllraore, San Fran
cisco; Francisco Gonzales, California; Joseph
Keilly, BOBton; Albert Flood, H D Simon, NS
Brown. Mariano Sandoval, California; J 1)
Watt, Danville, Va: C Armstrong, W A Chaffee,
M EConkling, California; F B Johnston, San
Diego; A J Hnodgrass, J Clark, J Dudley, Cali
fornia; E A Warner, Santa Ana; W I Davis,
' alifornia; F Bennett, Lordsbure; Ernest Ful
ler, Nebraska; W H Katon, San Diego; J Kohn,
Hotel Oxeoru—W h Caldwell, San Fran
cisco; Thomas R Moore, San Pedro; R Lamonte
and J A Granger. Los Angeles; George Monroe
and wife. San Fraue'sco; Chas W Fsi'rchfld and
Miss C Fnirchild, New York City; Harry Chaw
Boston; Jo! n W Briefly, Paso Pohles; A 8
Frcund and J Heyman, New York; J F Ramp,
California Central Railway: Charles Hlggius,
Chicago.lll: Miss CC Jones, Stockton.
KI'N.'KAI. NOTK'KS ONR OOI.LAH.
M E HI • A D ANTE—Iu *u7,
May 18, Marie, wife of N, Mercadaute.
Fun rai Hervices Sunday at 2 p m. at the resi
dence, 229 Shaw street. Friends and acquaint
ances ara respectful!/ invited.
A 1 TO X W VS. '
DAKTON H. W A
I> University Funk Building, Now High St.
CHASE .v. FORRESTER, EXAMINERS Uf
Titles and Conveyances, Room 4, Allen ,
Block, l.os Angeles, Cal. aft-tf '
J|i HKI'tHNE, A Tl' HtN'EY-AT I.\W,
• (Lite Register, U. S. Laud Ofllee,) Rooms 5
and 6 Amestoy Building, cor. Maiu aud Rcqo.e
ua Sis. Will practice iv State aud Federal
COMMISSIONER OF DEElis FOR OHIOj 11.-
I linois, Wlseonain, Michigan, Kansas and
Oregon. E. P. Sutherland, Attornev-at-law, and
Examiner of Titles. Room 16 Jones Block,
up stairs, Los Angeles. mv2-tf \
AKCHI'I v.c ru.
LUTGENS & KRAFFT, ARCHITECTS, AMES
toy Building, 10-1 N. Main street. mylBt-f
CIEO. F. COSTERISAN, ARCHITECT, NO. 28
J S. Spring street, rooma 21 and 22 Roeder
Bjw k. a2O-tf
LIONEL I). DKANE, ARCHITECT, 33 South
Spring street, room 15. my29-tf
REYNOLDS BROS.. 44 SOUTH SPRING
GEO. C. KEYES, ARCHU'KOT ANU SUPER
iutendeut, 104 N, Main street, room 3. '
BURLINGTON ROUTE EAST,
dee advertisement in reading column. J.
B. QUIGLE I , agent G.i B. AQ. R. R., 112 North
Spring street. Temple Block. myl-tf
SCENIC LIN E~ EX O U RSI ON B—EX<! 0 RSIapNS
over the Denver and Rio Grande Rallwav,
' the scenic line of tho world," will leave Los
Angeles, going via Salt Lake City and Denver,
a- follows; May 3, 17 and 31; June 14 aud 28 ,
July 12 and 26; August 9 and 23. Passengers
i are furnished mattresses, pillows, blankets
• eurtaiuß, etc., free of charge. A conductor ac
companies each party. For further particular
call on or address J. U. HENRY, Manager, 110
' Norlh Spring street, Loa Angeles, Cal. m 4
ADAMS BROS TdE^N^^B7"2&^S.^PrTn"g
street. Rooms 4 and 8,
Hold linings from #2 up.
' Amalgam and silver fillings, mi.
I Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air
| or nitro s oxide gas, $1.
Teeth extracted without gas or alr,iso cents
'■' Best se sof teeth from i)t6 to mil). By our new
I method of making teeth, a mtslit is Impossible
; All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
Office Hours from Ba. si., to Sp. m. Sunday*
from 10 a. X, to 13 m. a S t f
J rUt, It. G. CUNNINGHAM", 3ti SOUTH MAIN
If Btreet, over Meyh rg'a. my 15 tf
j as RS. H. TYLER WILCOX, M. b.—MON
iU. trose House, Cor. Fourth and Maiu Sta.
Tf A. CLARKE, M. D„ OFFICE 21 S. FORT
» fi. St. Hours Ito A p. m. Telephone 353.
V Resmence, 134 8. Hill St. 814
* ISAAC FELLOWS, *. U.-HOMKOPATHIsT.
) 1 Offi-,e Hours—ll to 12 a. ■~ 2t05 r. M
Office-Noe. 2 and 5 Odd Fellowa' Building
Los Augeles, Cal. Residence 408 South Marc
a street. myl-tf.
nR. DARLING OCULIST AND \URI3T
Offlco 30 North Main St. Office Hours 0 a
m. to 4p. si., 7 toB p. m. rayltf-dAw
DE. J. W. REESE, HEALTH OFFICER, NO
7X. Spring St, Telephone (105, my 2() tf '
ItllGt f tie PHI SICIAitS.
DR 0. E OLACIU*. sFbIRG
St., Koouis MM aud 34. Office iiours from It
a. m. to 2p. m. Specialty—Sexual and akin
diseases. my 7 tf
DB. BROWN TREATS ALL PRIVATE Dl*
cases; niedlenied hatha; auarauteea. Con
• ultaitoa free Oilice 115!., W. First St.
Ivlt. WM. H. DC KEM AN NERVOUS DlB
if eases and diseases of tho kidneys. Office
247 8. Spring St., between Third and Fourth
Hours 11 to 19 and 9to 4. Telephone 108
fAK. J. M. HARRIS, RECENTLY FROM THE
If East, is permanently located In the city.
Diseases of women and children a specialty.
Office, lino Flist street, Boyle Heights. Resi
dence First aud Soto streets. a2f»-lm*
lilt. E. M. GRIFFITH has RETURNED
i f from San Francisco and r.sumed his prac
tice. OJllce in tho Thorn hlu< k, corner of Third
and Mam streets, Office Hours, i to 3 nnd 7to
sp. M. Telephone No, '-'Co. my.'t tf
DR. J. DOOI.EY, ELECTRIC AND MAGNET
ic Physician. Oilice ail' a s. spring street
loom 15. (IHlce Hours, 9to 19 a. m, 3 to 5 p
\r. Will visit patients out of office hours. a2B-tf
W ». PARKER, M. D. Omcg IN ~ LOS
Angeles National Bank Building, corner
first and Spring streets, Room 11. Residence
No. 800, corner Central .. venue snd East Eighth
street. Telephone: Office, 675; Residence S7U.
Honrs, lo to 11 A. M. and 2 to 4p. v. mj7-tf ■
H HENRY rOKLINB, M. D. GIVES SPECIAL
• attention to general surgery, including
ortbopc c surgery acd gynecology. Also
treats all diseases of women hy moßt improved
methods, Office No. !33 S. Spring St. Resdenoe
Cor Grand Aye. and Kinney St. my2-tf
Tjl ROB BINS, 11, tt.. PHYSICIAN AND SUi:-
XU» geon, corner of F.rst and Sprint? Sts., en
trance ou First St. Electricity and diseases of
women a specialty. Disease diagnosed with
out explanation irom patient. Proprietor of
the celebrated electric healing baths. Consul
tation free. Office hours 9to 13, Ito 5 and 7
to 9. Telephone 70. alO-tf
LAW SON'B COMMERCIAL NlOlffsCnWiC
7 N. Sprint; st., room 11. a2l-tf
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 1511
South Spring tt., Urn Angeles. Cal. For
information, address F. 0. WOODBURY. Prin
cipal, Loi Angeles, Cal. a 27 tf
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
English Training Softool, cor. Temple and
New High sts. Experience 1 teachers; complete
courses of study. Day and evening sesalonß
11. B. WILLIAMS, Frln. 30t
.» ,11(1 AAA |7 ° L ' JAN in * stIMS to BUIT '
'3"/ V on city or country property,
at lowest rates. Building loans ellected. All
business confidential. HOMER W. McCOY,
128 W' at First Bt., room' 16 m><l-t.f
MONEY TO LOAN uN GonO SECURITY.
Apply to WATERS A PATTON, 117 NEW
High at. a26-lm
81 AAA AAA T0 LOAN, LOWBST
tVLjU V V»VrfV ratcß, sums to suit. R. G.
LUNT, 20 West Fitst street, Lob Angeles, Cal.
Apply direct and save expense a23-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS. REAL
Estate, etc. *10 up. Notes and mortgages
discounted. CRAWFORD & McCREARY
northeast Cor. First and Spring Sts. Room 13.
my! 3 tf
The San Felipe Laud aud Water Co.,
principal place of busine.s Los Angeles
City, California. Notice is hereby given that
at a meeting 01 the Directors, hold the 2d day
April, 1888, an as ease ent of one dollar
per aharc was levied upon the capital ttocit of
the corporation, payable immediately to aald
company at their office, No. 37 South Soring
St., Los Augeles City, Califoruia. Any stock
upon which this assessment shall remain un
paid on tho 20th day of June, 18S8, wUI he de
linquent and advertised for sale at public auc
tion, at d unless payment is made before, will
be sold on the 12th day of Ju'y to *pny tho de
linquent assessment, together with cost of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
H . J. FLEISHMAN, Secy.
rrvlO 37 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
A. LUSK & CO.,
General Commission Mercliants.
GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS,
Raisins, Nuts, Etc,
Hermetically Sealed Goods!
Olfices—4.o9-411 Washington St.
Factories— 423-441 Brannan st.
£ssT-The handling of Pacific Coast Products
iv all the markets of the world a specialty.
4ssF*Also, Packers of the World-renowned
A. LUSK BEAR BRAND of Canned Goods.
To the Public!
A. LUSK & CO.,
OF SAN FRANCISCO,
Have no connection with the J. Lutk Canning
Company, they being two separate and distinct
Rest au ant & Oyster Parlors
41 A: 43 NORTH MAIN STREET.
ORBAT RtSDUCTION IN OYSTERS.
Large Rastetn, per 100 .fa SO
Small Eastern, per 100 3 50
Small Eastern, raw or stewed, per plate. . 35
Large Eastern, any style, per plate 50
Baltimore selected, per can 85
«sF-PRIVATE ROOMS upstairs for ladies
Rno ramilies. where meals will he served in the
JERRY iS.i.M'lfl. Proprietor. 24-tf
>r the Liquor Habit Positively
t ii red by Administering Dr.
Raines' Golden SneelMe.
it can be given in a cup of cotue rr ten
without the knowledge of tie pc sou taking
it: is absolutely harmless and will effect a
permanent and speedy cure, whether the
patient 1b a moderate drinker or an alco
holic wreck. Tbouaauds of drunkards have
been made temperate men who have taken
Golden Specific in their otffee without their
knowledge, and to-day believe Ihev quit drl k
ing of their own freewill. ITNSVKR KAILS.
The system once Impregnated with the
it. becomes au utter Impossibility .or the liquor
epnerite to exist. For sale hy R. W. Kills & Co.,
.Druggists 27 ?. Cnrine 8' Ln« Angelea.