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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXX.—NO. 91,
"WANTS," "PERSONALS,"
NIToTHKR ADVERTISEMENTS UNDER
the following heads inserted at the rate of
ft cents per line for each insertion.
MEETING No t ICES.
mHE Regular "annual meeting of
X the Metropolitan Loan Association will be
held in the rojms of the L. A. Board of Trade,
Tuesday evening, July 17,1888, at 7:30 P. M.
jyl 17t W. M. CABWKLL, Secretary.
A. B — JOHITa7 NO. 139,
XX. will assemble nt Headquarters at 10 o'clock
sharp this morning, to participate in the par
ade. All comrades, whether members of this
Post or not, are cordially invited to join with
us. MYRON F. TARBLE, 8. V. C and Acting
Commander. Jy4 It
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING — NOTICE IS
hereby given that a me ting of stockholders
of the Main-st. and Agricultural Park Railioad
Company will be held at its oflice, No. 10 Com
mercial st., in the City of Loa Angers, on Mon
day, the lllth day of July, 1888, for the purpese
of electing a board of directors for the ensuing
year. The polls will be oponed at 12 M.,and
close! at 3 o'clock p. M
iylltd A. C. TAYLOR, Secretary
TOCKHOLDERB' MEETING—THE ANNUAL
meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers'
and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles will be held
on Friday, July 6th, 1888, at 4 o'clock p. M., for
the election of a Board of Trustees, and such
other business as may be brought before them.
(Signed) ISAIAS W. HELLMAN,
President Farmers' and Merchants' Bank.
Los Angeles. June 26. 18«8. je26 lot
. t.KMiril., ' ~~~
lilVdltCE AND CRIMINAL LAW a'bPE'cl-
J'alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB. At
torney, 11 Temple street Room 12. je29-tf
MRS. PARKER, CLAIR V O V A NT, CONSU LT
tations on business, law Buits, mineral spec
ulationF, love, marriage, absent friends, dis
eases, life-reading, etc. £8 South Spring street,
Room 15. 9 a.m. to 6p. m. Je29tf
NY PERSON KNOWING TUB ADDRESS OR
wheieabouts of Albeit Boucb, of Battersea,
London, will confer a favor by addressing J. A.
6., box 130, this oflice. Mr Bouch was last
heard of in Galveston, Texas. Known to be in
San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans. jy4 3t*
SPECIAL NOriCES.
E^XCISL9fdR" '"STEAM"
office permanently located at No. 15 West
Second st. Laundry 184 Wall st. All orders
promptly attended to. Telephoue 367. je2stf
ANY PERSON WISHINgTIjOOD PASTURE
A. for horses can secure same hy applj ing at
Wlckersham stables, oorner Aliso and Alamedr.
ets , for terms, location, etc. P. JAUREGUY'.
jel2 lm*
o BUY FOR CASH, A,50 FT. LOT OR ELSE
a small 2-story house, bit Eighth and
Twelfth and Main and Hope ttß., weßt side of
Btreet preferred. Only owners need answer.
Address Box 1079, city. jy4 It*
H. BEESON A SON, RAILROAD CO if
. tractors. All kinds of grading done with
neatness and dispatch. 49 S. Main St.. room
21, upstairs. • je3o lm*_
HbT Lo¥7aNGELEB AND BAN DIEGO
Real Estate Agency have removed to North
west corner First and Fort streets,—their old
quarters at 12U W. First street being too small
lor their rapidly increasing business. • jy3 7t
OTICE TO~ BONDHOLDERS — INTEREST
maturing July Ist on the bonds of the Con
sumers' Gas Light, Heat and Tower Company,
will be paid upon presentation of proper cou
pons at the Loi Angeles National Bank.
LOWE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Je2B 7t Goo. H. Bonebrake, Treas.
A^PENTERSI—ALL MEMBERS OF WABH
ington Union, No. 439, and East Los Angeles
Union, No. 433, are requested to meet at li. A.
R. Hall, No. 25 N. Main St., at 9 o'clock sharp,
to participate in the parade on the Fourth.
Members of 56 and neighboring unions meet at
Bate place. C. G. WILLMAN, j Pr „. rtß - t .
Jy3 2t* HENRY M JONES, j fr «'aent*.
FOR it Ei N T—HO I S L Si. ~
AL. TEELE, RENTAL AND COLLECTION
• Agency. Reliable, systematic, prompt.
Cor. Second and Fort. Has the following list
of houses for rent:
OQA HOUSE, 4 ROOMS, PEARL ST., NEAR
•tK—U. Second; wnter included in rent. R. 98.
ffiOA 4-ROOM HOUSB, YORK ST., NEAR
Main. No. 84.
5 ROOM HOUSE, HATH, BARN, W.
«s>_f>, Washington st. Po Bestion July Ist.
B. 73.
6 ROOMS, E. YORK ST.
HOUSE, 8 ROOMS, BATH, MAPLE AVe7
ft/I A 5 ROOM HOUSE, BATH, TEMPIE ST.,
*>*U. year's lease. R. 69. ;
7 ROOMH, BATH, MANHAT-
V'iO. tan, near Figueroa.
©K/VHOUSE, 10 ROOMS, SEVENTH, NEAR
S?0l/. Earl, water Included.
<n»?»/\"HOUSE, 8 ROOMS, BATH AND BARN.
«!Pl)\y. Bellevue aye. No. 87.
♦HOKfi 38-ROOM LODGING HOU3E.SPRING
vZDXJt St., near in.
OR~RENT— 5-ROOM COTTAGE, FURNISH
ed; close in; rent cheap if can rent in three
days to man and wife; is first-class and parties
must be first-class. No 7 Arcadia st. je3 2t*
OR BEIiT—IN WHOLE~OR IN PART, A
13 - room house, having 2 stores, large cellar;
just finished; on N. Virgin st, bet. Bucna Vista
and Castellar sts. Apply to P. BALLADE, 100
Aliso st. je2Btf
FOII «B»T-- RO iTSi si
A BEAUT IFUL SUITE ~OF
! rooms at 128 E. Fifth st., cor. of Regent,
suitable for a physician or architect. Je29 7t*
0 LET^DESK: ROOM—IN A VERY DE3lR
slrable office at northwest corner First and
Fort streets, -but not to a Real Estate Agent.
|
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
tingle or en suite, at the Ramsay, 217 W.
Becond. 3^
OR RENT—ROOMsTfu RNISH ED AND UN
furnished, 421 Wall St., bet. Fourth and
Winston. Terms very reasonable. jel3 lm
for HENi-njsceeTlan EOl's.
itior "rentXthres' stores"6n~Tliso
Jr street, noar Los Angeles street. Apply at
11 Aliso street. Jy2 Ot
FOR RENT — FRONT OFFICEB, JONES
block, 75 N, Spring st. Also hall with two
anterooms. Apply MARK G. JONES, agent,
room 1. je23tf
SCIiOfnEIt"RESORTS.
monic^a- pleasant
rooms, good table, short distance from 1
ich; terms moderate. AdJrets MRS. J. M.,
EPLER, Santa Monica. je29 14t*
URN 18HED BEST IN SANTA
Monica, en suite or single, day, week or
month, in Boehme block, opposite postoffice.
Also in cottage, Oregon and ocean aye. Apply
by telephone. Central office, or oth.rwise to
MBS. GEORGE BOEHME. jolStf
' WAN 1 ED-MALE HELP.
is willing to earn his salary. W. D. 8.
HARRINGTON, 17 California Bank Build ng.
■ Jy2 3t
WANTED-FEMALE HELPT
WANTED— GOOD
small family. No. 6 Myrtle aye., near
Seventh st )y4 2t*
WAITED—SITUATIONS.
BOY WANTS "sTfUATION "TO
wash dishes, do housework or garden work.
Address Z, box 160, this offioe. jy3 2t*
N ENGINEER, WITH FRENCH AND
American diplomas, 8 years' experience,
first class references, wants situation, land or
sea. Address F, R., HicitAi.p oflice jy4 2t*
WANTED—MI SCEL LAN EOUsT
collect. C. P. DORLAND, 11 W. First St.
je22 lm*
ANTED—A DRUG STORE, CENTRALLY
located; full information required. Ad
dres P. O Box 1631, Los Angeles, Cal. Jy3 6t
house" OF 4 TO
rooms, with good sized dining room,eithct
furnished or unfurnished; must be close in.
Address A. M. T., 80, Herald offioe. j> 3 7t*
ANTED-MTIifIjEBIRED THE GEN
eral Executive Committee, I O. O. F.
that all hotel and boarding and lodging home
proprietors Inform H.V. Van Dusen, Secretory
at the Board of Trade Rooms (hours between t
A. m. and 4 p m.), as to the number of guesti
they can accommodate and rates for same, dur
ing the coming session of the Sovereign Grant
Lodge In September next. Jel7 30t
FOR SALE.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE,
15c. per 100.
FOR SALE-TWENTY SHARES OF STOCK
in the Loi At gules Abstract Co. Enquire at
Southern California National Bank, jel6 2m*
IjlOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE, FfVE
1 rooms, bath, closets, etc. Call and make an
offer; must sell. Apply to owner, 107 Walnut
avenue. julyl-st*
CHANCE FOR WINE MEN—FOR SALE, A
few puncheons of fine red wine, vintage of
1886, at 10c. per gallon; also 15 hardwood
tanks, capacity 2750 gallons each, new, thor
oughly wine cured and in perfect condition,
made by K.Meyer of this city within the past
year; original cost, Be. per gallon; for sale at
6c. per gallon.
Also, 100 empty puncheons, in good order, at
5c per gallon, and A redwood tanks, capacity
3000 gallons each, at per gallon, original
cost 2%c. per gallon
For lurther particulars apply to P. BEAUDRY,
48 N. Spring Bt. je22tm
I'OKSALE-City Property.
©KAA LO^TsThALF~bTocST
tlpOU" ton streets; cars; on instalment
plan. Apply to J. L. PAVKOVICH, 12 Court
street. jyl-151*
XO~EXCHAH« ..
WANTED -TO EXCHANGE PROPERTIES
in Michigan, Tennesse3, New York, Mis
souri, Ohio. Nebra'ka and Kansas for proper
tits in California. J. M. HIXSON, 18 8. Spring.
]y4 2t«
TO EXCHANGE—S2S,OOO ELEGANT Resi
dence on one of the finest avenues in Oak
land, Cal, for gco 1 Eastern or California ranch
property. House alone cost over $30,000.
BYRAM & POINDEXTKR, 19 W. First St.
Je22 lm
FINANCIAL.
ON_Y~TO LOAN ON BEST SECURITY.
ROBERT HARDIE, 81 and 83 Temple
block. je3o 7t*
MONEY TO LOAN — IN HUMS TO SUIT.
Good mortgages discounted. BY'RAM &
POINDEXTER, 19 W. First St. Jy3tf
ffI»AA AAA WANTED FOR TnVEST
wOUvI.UUv ment; first-class mortgages
and legitimate business enterprises. C. M.
WELLS & BURKS, cor. Temple and New High.
JelOtf
TIfONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS, REAL
Ba. Estate, etc. $10 up. Notes and mortgages
discounted. CRAWFORD & McCREARY
northeast Cor. First and Spring Sts., Room 13.
Jel3-tf
LOST AND FOUND.
08TVA LITTLE SORREL M ARE, WEIgITt
700 lbs., double brand on right hip, hair off
left breagt. Finder will receive reward by re
turning her to Ventura Stable, 25 S. Los An
geles st. jy4 It*
liIOUND— ON DOWNEY-AVE. STREET CARSi
1 East Los Angeles, a purse containing some
money, Tbe owner can have same by calling
at this oflice, proving property and paying
charges. lelltf
BSC E staid ns.
route excursFons'e'ast!
See advertisement in reading column. J.
B. QUIGLEY, ageut C, li. & Q. R. R., 112 North
Spring street. Temple Block. jyl-tf
FREE OVERLAND EXCURSIONS VIA DEN
ver and Rio Grande Railway, Salt Lake City
and Denver, leave Los Augeles June 14th and
28th, July 12th and 26th. Mattresses, curtains,
blankets, pillows, etc., free of charge. For
further particulars call or address F.W. THOMP
SON, 110 N. Spring st., Los Angeles. jy4
TTNION PACIFIC EXCURSIONS — FREE
U sleeping-car accommodations. Noctange
of cars between Los Angeles and Kansas City
and six hours at Denver. Leave Los Angeles
July 10 and 19, August 7 and 21. For tickets,
berths, and all information call on or address
GEO. F. COTTERAL A CO., No. 286 N. Main
at. _ JyStf
FREE EXCURSIONS —NO EXTRA CHARGE
for sleeping accommodations. Through
cars to Cnicago without change. Only one
change to New York and Boston. Experienced
conductors, assisted by colored porters, ac
company each party. Parties leave Los An
geles May 31, Juno 14 and 28. July 12 and 26
Call or address A. PHILLIPS & CO., 134 North
Main st., Los Angeles, Cal je27 tf
o£NTls>__!
ITIaMsT BROB,' DE
fIL street, Rooms 4 and 5,
Gold fillings from $2 up.
Amalgam and silver fillings, $1.
Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air
or nitrons oxide gas, $1.
Teeth extracted without gas or air, 50 cents.
Best set sof teeth from $6 to $10. By our new
method of making teeth, a misfit is Impossible.
AH work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
out pain.
Office Hours from BA. m., to sr. m. Sundays
from 10 a. M. to 12 m. JeBtf
DR. R. G. CUNNINGHAM, 25 NORTH MAIN
St., McDonald block. Jelstf
AiiuHAtiis
f3camin_rs 'of
Titles and Conveyances, Room 4, Allen
Block, Los Augeles, Cal. Jes-tf
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR OHIO, IL
linois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Kansas and
Oregon. E. P. Sutherland, Attorney-at-law, and
Examiner of Titles. Room 16 Jones Block,
up-stairs, Los Angeles. ]>2-tt
lIOI'KI.S.
rates.
Corner Sixth and Pearl sts. Rooms with or
without board. je7-lm
Ajtcai'ißcra.
hTrotiaSrTarchitect.lreckntly
, from New York. Sketches and estimates
at short notice. No. 11 Temple street, room 10
je29-lm*
R. NORTON7ARCIIirfISCTr3O N. SPRING
,_<n.
Charles w. davis, architect, room
12, Wilson block, 24 First St. je!2tf
OBTERIt-AN & FORSYTH, ARCHITECTS,
rooms 21 and 22, 23 S. Sp Ing St., Lcs An
geles. Jel2tf
RB. YOUNG, ARCHITECT, ROOMS 8 AND
. 9, Roeder block, 23 S. Spring St., Los An
geles, CaL je!2tf
ETKRS & BURNS, ARCHITECTS, ROOMS
5 and 0, Howe's block, 128 W. First st. Su
pervising architects. National Soldiers' Home.
jel2tf
\r\ H. BROWN, ARCHITECT, OFFICE, 9N.
\j. Spring st. Rooms 22 and 23, Schumacher
block, Los Angeles. Telephone 910. Jel2tf
lONEiTd. DEANE, ARCHITECT, 33 South
Spring street, room 15, je29-tf
HDTJOATtONAL. ~
NIGHT SCHOOL.
7 N. Spring St., room 11. ]e2l-tf
H_TT,6b" ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF
Music, 406 S. Main Bt., will remain open for
. summer pupils. MRS. EMILY J.JVALENTINE,
OODBURY'STSUSINESS COLLEGE, 159
South Spring St., Loa Angeles. Cal. For
, information, address F. C. WOODBURY. Prin
i c.lpal, Loi Angeles, Cal. ]e27-tf
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
English Training School, cor. Temple and
New High sts. Experienced teachers; Complete
courses of study. Day and evening sessions,
i D. B. WILLIAMS, Prim J?L_??!
SUMMER SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES—DAILY
classes in Spanish, German and French.
) Native teachers, natural method, moderate
, terms. Beginning July 9th. For circulars ap
r ply at once to the secretary, HERE ARNOLD
* KUTNER, 526 S. Grand aye., or P. 0. box 1858,
r city. Jel3 lm
, I^BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
) A. young ladies and girls will be opened Sep
tember 5,1888, at No. 1119 Hill St., bet. Twelfth
and Pico sts., by Miss Abby 8. Marsh. Until the
- Ist of August, Miss Marsh can be seen daily
f from 1 to 3 p. m. at 405 S. Foit St., after that
- date at the tchool on Hill st Jy3 lm*
ti MOffIEOPATHISTB.
,'' \if RBTh.' TYLER WIIA%^M.T)?-^RAm6nIA
'■ JJI cor. Third and Spring sts. Je 12-tf
EA. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE 21 S. FORI
. St. Hours Ito 4 p. m. Telephone 353
c Resiaence, 134 8. Hill St. Jel4
9 TSAAC FELLOWS, If. V -HOMEOPATDIBT
ts X Offioe Hours—ll to 12 a. _.. 2 ci P. M.
r- Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Bnllding
d LosAngeiea, CaL Residence 408 Bonth Mali
street, ie9-M.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1888.
ALLOPATH ISTS.
DR. DA^LHIG AND™ACRIST
Office 25 North Main St. Office Hours, 9A.
m. to 4 p. m., 7 toB P. M. jvltf-d&w
I T\R. J. W. REESE, HEALTH OFFICER, NO
>U7 N. Spring Bt. Telephone 605. je26-tf.
REOULAR PIIVSICIANsT
DR. BROWN—OFFICE 115>4 W. FIRST BT.
Specialties: All private diseases and dis
eases of women. Consultation free. je26-tf i
DR. J. DOOLEY, ELECTRIC AND MAGNET
IC Physician. Office Park place, cor. Fifth
and Hill sts. Office Hours, 9to 12 a. m, 3 to 5
p. m. Will visit patients out of office hours.
Je2Btf_
H HENRY FORLINe7m7d. GIVES SPECIAL
• attention to general surgery, including
orthopedic surgery and gynaecology. Also
treats all diseases of women by most impro/ed
methods, Oflice No. 33 8. Spriug St Resdence
*k>r. Grand Aye. and Kinney St. jy2-tf
V ROBBINS, M. D.V PHYSICIAN AND SUR
JEia goon, corner of First and Spring Sts., en
trance on 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 10 to 12, 2to 4 and 7
toB. Telephone7o. jelO-tf
DIVIDENDS.
DIVIDEND NO. 8 OF THE LOS ANGELES
Savings Bank will be due and payable on
and niter July 3, 1888, at the rate of 3 per cent,
per annum on ordinary deposits and 5 per
cent, on term deposits.
jy3 30t W. M. CASWELL, Secretary.
SOCIETY MEETINGS.
OC. F., GUARDIAN COUNCIL. NOT 90
-. Regular meeting first ond third Fridays, at
Pythian Ccstle,24S. Spring St.
SAMPSON LODGE, NO 1487~k7~0F P.—
Meets every Monday night nt Castle Hall,
No. 510 Downey aye., East Los Auge'ej. Hall
over East Side Bank.
OLIVE LOD^E, _ 3lO^. — 267~K. — oIFp'.—MEETS
every Thursday evening In Pythian Castle,
24 8. Spring, Just below First St.
T OS ANGELES TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION!
Xi No. 174—Meets tho first Sunday iv each
month at the G. A. R Hall, Main et
MORRIS VINEYARD LODGE, I. O. G.T., No 7
126—Meets every Monday night. Hall,
cor. Laurel and Main sts.
TRI COLOR LODGE, n671>6, K. OF P.—
Meets on Tuesday evenings in Pythian Cas
tle, 24 S. Spring st.
/lAUNTLET LODGE, NO. 129, K. OK. P.—
IT Meets on Mouday evening, in Pythian Cas
tle, No 24 S Spring st
M~ ORTON <;HOVE, NO. 62, U." A.O.
Meets every Monday night at 8 p. X .at
Good Templars' Hall, No. 108 S. Main st.
JyS lm
FRATERNITY LODGE~No7~79,~K. OF P.—
Meets on second and fourth Wednesday
evenings in each month at Pythian Castle, 24
S. Spriug st
rjELCicH TOS'irNoTToo, g. a. r7—meeTs
OT first and Third Fridays of each month in
Campbell's Hell, East Los Angeles.
1776-4 TH OF JULY-1888.
Anniversary of the Independence of
the United States,
Order of Exercises, Procession,
Literary Programme* Balloon
Ascension.
HEADQUARTERS GRAND MARSHAL.)
Los Angki.es, June 30,1888. j
Order No. 1.
The procession will move Irom the corner of
Seventh and Main streets at 10:30 o'clock a.m.,
sharp, over the following route: Main to Com
mercial, to Los Angeles, to Plaza, counter
march around Plaza to Main street, to Spring,
to Fifth, to Fort, to Second Btreet at grand
stand, and there disband, where the literary
exercises will be held.
Chief of Police T. J. Cuddy.
Mounted Police.
Continental Drum Corps.
Platoon of Police.
Grand Marshal.
E. C. Burlingame, Chief of Staff.
E. C. tchnabel with the following aids:
T. E. Rowan, Jr., Mark G. Jonfs, Charles Alex
ander, George Williams, Robert McGregor,
Alfred Arguello, C. P. Kerney, J. H.
Simpson, J. L. Vlgnes. Sam Adams,
John Scbrick, Frank Lombard.
FIRST DIVISION.
Boyle Workman, Marshal and Staff. Aids: Juan
Bernard, Jr., W. E. Rogers, H. Baruch,
D. T. Tobin, Robt. McGarvln.
Brigadier General Nelson A. Miles, U. 8. A.,
and Staff.
Brigadier General 11. H Boyce, N. G. C, and
Staff.
Colonel W. H. H. Russell and Staff.
Eagle Corps Band.
Seventh Regiment, N. G. C.
Garibaldi Guards.
Veteran Drum Corps.
Grand Army of the Republic:
Frank Bartlett Post No. ii.
Stanton Post No. 55.
Gelcich Post No. 107.
John A. Logan Post No. 139.
Sons oi Veterans.
SECOND DIVISION.
W. R. Lewis, Marshal, and Staff.
Independence Brass Band.
Uniform Renk of A. O. U. W.
Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias.
Uniform Rank, I. O, 0. F.
Native Sons of the Golden West.
Ancient Order of Hibernians.
French Benevolent Society.
Italian Benevolent Society.
Societa Unione Fralletaza.
British Benevolent Society.
Caledonian Club.
Sons ol St. George.
THIRD DIVISION.
Lester Osborne, Marshal, and Staff:
S. Cornell, G. F. Hatton, D. A. January, Fred
Kelley, J. C. Burr, G. W. Taylor,
Chas. A. Bell.
Tyroleers Band of Anaheim.
Turn Verein Germania.
Austrian Verein.
Bakers' Union. No. 45.
' Carpenters' Union, No. 433, Kast Los Angeles.
Washington Carpenters' Uniou, No. 439.
Los Angeles Bicycle Clijb.
' FOURTH DIVISION.
' C. C, Cohn, Marshal, and Aides: A. Couisins, L.
Sentous, L. Hopf, M. Johnson, Abe. Green
j baum, H. Cohn, E. A. Durant, D. H.
Johnson, H. Schuannecke, G,
H. Forbes, M. Ordogui.
Exempt Firemen's Association, J. Kuhrts,
President.
B. A. Moriarty, Chief Engineer,
- Chas. A. Miles, Assistant Engineer.
Los Angeles Fire Department.
; FIFTH DIVISION.
Liberty Cornet Band.
A. A. Adams, Marshal, and Staff.
Merchants, Manufacturers, Trades and Busi
ness Displays.
, SIXTH DIVISION.
J. K. Mayo, Marshal, and Aides,
f Contractors' Display.
' Insignia of Rank: Grand Marshal, red,
, white and blue waist sash: Division Marshals,
) blue scarf; Aides, red, white and blue scarf.
r FORMATION OF DIVISIONS,
First Division will form on Main street, right
resting on Seventh street.
; Second Division on West Seventh street, right
i resting on Main street.
i Third Division on Spring street, right resting
on Seventh street, left thrown back toward
Sixth street.
_ Fourth Division, Spring street, right resting
f on Eighth street.
~ Fifth Dtvlsionf-Fort street, right resting on
c Seventh street, and left thrown back on Sixth
~ street. *
0 Sixth Division, Fort Btreet, right resting on
)_ Seventh Btreet. left thrown back toward Eighth
street.
AU organizations and others will report
El promptly on the ground .designated for their
> respective divisions at 10 A. M. sharp,
h Marshals and aides will report for duty at
c 8:45 A. m. at the corner of Main and Seventh
y streets.
it Band masters will report to tho Marshal of
their respective divisions.
- Salutes will be fired at sunriso and sunset.
Balloon ascension at Old Hay Market, Los
- Angeles street, at 1 o'clock p. m.
1, Antlquo and Horribles will form at 3 o'clock
p. m., on New High street, between Temple and
~ Franklin streets, for parade. Every body
T must turn out. Masks free, A. A. Adams,
3. Marshal.
All street cars and other vehicles are re
spectfully requested to keep off the line of
1 march during the parade.
1., E. C. BURLINGAME,
g, Grand Marshal,
tn B.C. SCHNABEL,
Chief of Staff.
THE FOURTH.
How It Will be Celebrated
To-Day.
STREET PARADE AND HORRIBLES
Athletic Sports at Agricultural Park
A*Balloon Ascension—Other
Amusements.
The citizens resident along the line of
the route to be followed by the Fourth
of July procession to-day were busy yes
terday ornamenting their buildings, and
this work was done with such good effect
that when the evening closed the city
presented quite a holiday appearance.
The hotels are far in the lead in the ele
gance of their ornamentations and count
less miniature flags wave from their
windows while gayly-colored bunting
flaps to and fro in the breeze
from porticos and columns. The
newspaper offices have also assumed
quiM a jaunty appearance, and most of
the principal stores display the national
colors in a prominent manner. A mam
moth street parade has been arranged
for to-day, and if it is carried out in its
entirety it will be one of the handsomest
and most elaborate affairs in the city's
history. The procession will form at the
corner of Seventh snd Main streets at
10:30 a. m. under the direction of Grand
Marshal Burlingame, and will then march
over the following route: Maine to Com
mercial, to Los Angeles, to Plaza, coun
termarch around Plaza to Main street, to
Spring, to Fifth, to Fort and Second
streets, where at the grand stand at the
back of the Herald office, the literary
exercises are to be held.
The literary programme will be as fol
lows:
Call to order by Mayor Workman.
Introductory address by Major Bone
brake, President of the day.
Music.
Opening prayer by Rev. W. J. Chi
chester.
Music.
Declaration Of Independence, read by
Mr. Cornell.
Music: ''Star Spangled Banner," Mies
Louisa Manfred.
Oration by Portland C. Hunt, Colum
bia.
Music.
Benediction by Rev. W. J. Chichester.
At 1 o'clock the balloon ascension will
take place at the old Haymarket on Los
Angeles Btreet. The fun of the day will,
however, center in the display of the
Horribles, regarding which the following
mandate has been issued:
HORRIBLE PROGRAMME OF THE JULY 4TH
TIME AT LOS ANGELES, CAL., 1888.
Div. the 1
AsEombio a' comer of New High and
Franklin streets at 2 g. m. sharp with all
your best uniforms and costumes.
Headed by Chief of Police and twenty
horrible officers, each wearing a gorgeous
smile. Generalisims and staff, supported
by horses, burros, cows, wheelbarrows
and other modes of locomotive.
Din. 2 limes.
Grand Oritorisms, fully primed and
impatient to read a poeuo on "Spring" or
the Dec-la-pen-daDce of Indignation.
Nothing tco high for him. He will be
followed by numerous envious conspira
tors.
Mikado, Koo Koo, Poo 800, Nanka
Poo, Yum Yum, Cota Shoo and other
alleged Japs will increase to din.
Nothing can excell the Horrible Ox.
T. E. T. Having just escaped from exile
they will undertake to howl in seven
teen different and extinct languages,
each member singing in a manner never
before known. After hearing thiß in
famous band there will bo no room for
further argument.
Div. 4 Times.
Setting Bull accompanied by his fifty
braves in various costumes, including a
full quota of pappooses, pquaws, equals,
etc., etc.
Dividend 5.
Will be composed of a full fledged band
of stage robbers, who will capture an ir
regular TJ. S. Mail coach and get away
with the cash and sprinkle the streets of
our fair city with the mirth of her law
abiding citizens.
Div. 6.
Will compose an assortment, to mention,
toe numerous. All that we do not know
of and cannot imagine will be seen in
this multiplican of followers. For further
particulars approach the grand disturber
and learn from his own alabastor lips
word of knowledge. A. A. Adams,
S. B. Adams, Generalisim.
Man of Chair.
Chas. E. Atvood, Secretary.
For the grand display Mr. Burlingame
announces that $2,400 has been collected,
and as expense will be no object, it is
therefore the intention to conduct the
affair on a most elaborate scale. The
military delegations from Anaheim and
San Diego promise to be on hand in
time., and it is probable that in addition
to those announced the procession will
be greatly swelled, as 140 applications
for places in the line have been made by
business people.
Many outside attractions are an
nounced, and in the front rank of these
stands the entertainment which is to
, take place at Washington Gardens.
• The gates of that popular re
sort are to be thrown open
,at 2 p. m., and from that time on until
midnight amusements suited to all
1 classes of visitors will be presented in
, rapid succession.
iAn athletic display at the Agricultural
Park holds forth many attractions for the
1 pleasure-seeker. An excellent pro
i gramme has been arranged and entries
1 have been made by some of the most
, prominent athletes of the city, so good
i sport may be expected. A cricket match
is to be played at the Sixth street base
\ ball grounds between the Riverside and
Los Angelea clubs and game wiil be
t called at 11 A. m. The Ken il worth ostrich
1 farm, the Second Street Park, the City
I Gardens, Verdugo canon and other
places of resort all announce special
attractions for the day and
anticipating heavy travel to the ocean
it special train services to Santa Monica
y and Redondo Beach have been arranged
i, by the railroad companies. All the pub
lie offices and most of the business
rj houses will be closed to-day, and if ru
mors on the street go for anything tin
citizens of Los Angeles have determinet
to fittingly celebrate the glorious Fourth
' The marshals and aides are requestec
to meet this morhing at 0 o'clock at the
corner of Fourth and Main streets.
Carriages for the Mayor and city offi
cers will be in waiting at the City Hall at
9:45 a. it. sharp.
ELECTION OF TEACHERS.
Important Session of the Board of
Education.
The Board of Education met last night,
Dr. Crawford in the chair, and a full
Board and Superintendent \V. M. Fries
ner and Deputy Superintendent Mrs. A.
S. Averill present.
The Committee on Teachers reported
the following for 'election: Miss E. M.
Snyder, Miss Mary E. McGraw, Miss
Mary A. Henderson, Mrs. Alberta E.
Baker, Miss Louise C. Grove, Miss EUa
M. Dixon, _ Miss Annabel Tuttle, Miss
Frances V. Harrow, Miss A. Genevieve
Sharp, Miss Bertha E. Gordon, Arthur
E. Baker, Miss Helen E. Hunt, Miss A.
F. Hutchings, Miss Kate McCarthy, Miss
Jeanne Ross, Miss Minnie M. Perley,
Miss Jessie E. Frater, Miss C.
C. Vivian, Mies Marie E. Mur
dock, Miss Mary Stewart, Miss
Ida; Teed, Mies fAnna C. Murphy,
Miss Nellie Henry, Miss Jennie C.Gould,
Miss A. L. Williamson, Mrs. A. W.
North, M. C. Bettinger, Miss Jennie Mc-
Carthy, Miss Nettie Getchell, Miss Cora
S. Slack, Miss Mary A Cook, Mrs. Mar
ian E. Blake, Miss Addie C. Murray,
Miss Emma B. Wait, Mrs. E. A. Han
chette, Miss Selina Burston, Mrs.
Julia Homback, Miss Blanche Leviele,
Miss Maggie Tracy, Miss Hattie F.
Gower, Mies Lizzie F. Keller, Miss Cora
M. Getchell, Miss Adeline Verhave,Miss
Mary McDonald, Mrs. F. J. Fitsgerald,
Mrs. C. G. Bubois, Miss N. J. Miller,
Miss Lizzie P. Tully, Miss Ella Feeney,
H. D. Burnett, Miss Grace Murdock,
Miss Isabel Overman, Miss Clotilda A.
Grunsky, Miss Adele Philips, Miss M.
Helen Wooster, Geo. D. Howland, Mrs.
Martha A. White, Miss Nora Tracy,
Miss Clara Stoltenberg, Miss Fannie H.
Quesnel, Misß Martha M. Knapp, Mrs.
N. F. W. Pond, Miss E, Bengough, Miss
Clara Bruere, Miss Nora L. Desmond,
Miss Mattie H. Wilson, Miss Mary
Cowan, Miss Ella Fleishman, Miss E. J.
Gibson, Miss Nellie F. Ray, Miss Cecilia
Auld, Miss Regina Weinßhank, Amos
W. Plummer, Mrs. Margaret J.
Frick, Mrs. Mary L. Chap
man, Miss Lizzie A. Packard,
Fred H. Clark, Miss Louise Hutchinaon,
Miss Minnie S. Baxter, Miss M. A. Par
melee, Mra. Laura M. Fortson, Miss
Vesta A. Olmstead, Miss H. O. Ander
son, Miss Isabel Conn, Miss Minnie De
vin, Miss Margaret K. Scott, Miss Net
tie M. Dick, Miss Leonora Hassler, Miss
Carrie Braver, Miss Miriam F. Kooser,
Miss Alice C.Gray, Miss Emma Griffiths,
Miss I. M. McCormack, Miss J. M. Hen
derson, Miss Nellie M. Fitzmier,
Miss Eliza P. Myrick, Mrs. C. P. Brad
ford, Lewis B. Lawson, Miss Alice
Nichols, H. A. Smith, Miss Catherine E.
Wilson, Miss Maggie A. Huston, Miss
May H. Revine. Miss Belle Bruce, Miss
Louise A. Williams, Miss Alice Reeves,
Miss Margaret S. Clark, Miss Josephine
M. Dryden, Mils Clara Lillibridge, Miss
Hattie Taylor, Miss Esther L. Strauss,
Miss Amelia A. Dranga, MiBS Mary
S. Moody, Miss Marion A. Rouse, Miss
Augusta Root, Miss Lucy M. Grant,
Miss Lizzie A. McKenzie, Misa Carrio
W. Atkinson, Sam'l N. Withrow, Miss
Corrine King, Miss Eniiua F. W T hite,
Mrs. Ellen L. Huie, Mrs. Dora Broad
well, Miss Virginia Griffin, Miss Lucy
D. McConnell, Miss Maggie A. Desmond,
Miss Pern H. Muuday, Miss Mable
Davit ier.
On motion of Mr. Embody the report
of the committee was adopted and the
teachers were elected at the pleasure of
the Board.
The Salary Committee recommended
that the salary of Superintendant Fries
ner be fixed at $250 per month, Deputy
Superintendant Mrs. A. S. Averill, at
$125 per month, Mr. Henry, the Chief
janitor, at $115 per month, and Assist
ant Janitor at $70 per month. Carried.
A petition from Miss S. Burston for the
use of a school room during vacation, was
read and referred to the Building Com ■
mittee with power to act.
The report of the architect, George C.
Keyes, who was employed to examine
the Brooklyn-street school building was
read and adopted and ordered placed on
file. A communication from Wm. Cur
lett and Godfrey Hargitt on the same
school house was read at the request of
Mr. A. M. Edelman, architect, and placed
on file. The whole subject was referred
to the Building Committee, especially ap
pointed for the Brooklyn-street school
building with power to take 6uch action
as it may deem necessary.
Deputy Superintendent Mrs. A. S.
Averill was granted a leave of absence
for the month of July. It was decided
to reopen the schools on the first Mon
day in October, alter which the Board
adjourned.
A PIONEER'S DEATH.
Don Rosario Doiiilnjrticz Passes
Away.
At 4 o'clock yesterday morning Don
Rosario Dominguez, one of the pioneers
of Los Angeles, died surrounded by his
family, at his residence, No. 122 Sanse
vain street. Don Rosario was born in
this city about fifty years ago, and during
his life-time he made Los Angeles his
home. He leaves quite a large family to
mourn his loss, among whom are Italoh
Dominguez, Deputy United States Mar
shal, Robert Dominguez, Deputy Asses
sor, and Mrs. H. H. Appel. He as well
as his children have many warm friends
here who sincerely regret his loss. The
funeral will take place to-morrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock from the family resi
dence. From thence the funeral will
proceed to the Church of Our Lady of
the Angels, and from there to the Catho
lic Cemetery. Friends of the family are
invited to attend.
Su Oocy.
Su Ooey, a celestial maiden of tender
years, was taken from an alleged dis
reputable house on Benjamin street, Chi
nese quarter, by Deputy Sheriff Robert
Martin yesterday afternoon on a writ of
habeas corpus sued out in behalf of the
girl by Mrs. Watson, of the Girls'
Home. Deputy Martin took Sue
Ooey to the County Jail. Shortly
afterward a grizzled old Chinaman went
, to Lawyer Thomas Brown and got that
i gentleman to have Su Ooey released on
- bail, pending a hearing before Judge
i Gardiner to-morrow morning. Ooey ac
- companied the old man back to the
; house from which she was taken. Mrs.
I Watson Bays that Su Ooey is but 15
. years of age, and was forced by hei
1 keepers to lead a life of shame.
FIVE CENTS.
ALL ABOARD.
The Conductors' Excursion to
Santa Barbara.
A GOOD TIME ALL AROUND.
Gaily Decorated Engines.—A Big
Train and a Rousing:
Send-Off.
At 9:50 sharp yesterday morning two
gaily decorated engines drew out from
the Southern Pacific depot the long trains
which contained the thousand or less of
merry-makers on excursion bound for
Santa Barbara. The pleasurable occas
ion was the first annual excursion and
ball of the Los Angeles Division, No. 111,.
Order of Railway Conductors. It was a
most pleasing event to chronicle. Not
an untoward character had been admit
ted to the trains, and the gathering of
conductor's wives, sweethearts and ba
bies and friends made up a goodly assem
blage fair to look upon. The throng was
an exemplification of the railroad con
ductors of America, in that it was bril
liant, fun-loving and of the highest re
spectability.
Section one of the excursion consisted
of seven coaches and two sleepers, the
Peru and Marquette. The former wae
chartered by the Santa Monica pleasure
seekers and bore on its side in bright
colors the name of the city by the sea.
It carried the Santa Monica Cornet Banal
of ten pieces, H. E. Rogers, Leader.
Along the route theee excellent musi
cians added to the general enjoyment bjr
charmingly rendered and appropriate
selections. Besides the band the occu
pants of the Peru were: Mr. and Mrs.
Dexter, Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Mohen, Mr. and Mrs. Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. Garry, Mr. and Mrs. God
dy, Col. Johnston and eister, Mrs. Nel
son, Mrs. H. H. Webb, Miss Burton,
Miss Hodge, Mies Harmon, Miss Voek
man,' Miss Baseett, Charles Fife, Mr.
Miller, E. J. Vawter, D. Kennedy, Mr.
Pndham, Mr. French, H. Boehme, E„
Boehme, J. Walters, B. Hawes, E. Huie,
W. Stimpson, G. Bidder, Mr. Hay, J.
Maban, and Mr. Ayers.
The Marquette had a most pleasant
company and its inmates had the ap
pearance of a well attuned family. The
occupants were: W. J. Bigelow and
wife, Miss Hattie Bigelow, Miss T.Ward,
W. L. Edwards, Miss Ida Thurston, J. S.
Thompson and wife. Miss Rockafellow,
Miss Lizzie Howard, F. L. Harris, R. W.
Payne, F. H. Baylies, C. Fenner, W. E.
Anderson and wife, F. Curtis and wife,
Mrs. L. Marshall, Frank Homer and
wife, Miss Clara Shephard, Theo.
Huret, H. E. Sweetser, W. J. Hamilton,
Thos. Humphreys, D. J. Carr and wife,
Mrs. Adelaide Cummings, Mrs. A. Pine,
P. <F. Paterson and wife, W. A. Platner
and wife, Miss Nellie Platner, E.
Jesurun, Robert Green and C. F. Gray.
Great hilarity prevailed aboard the
Peru and Marquette and the irrepressible
representative of the Herald added to
the jollity by the production of the fol
lowing song which was received with
applause:
TIIK CONDt'CTAIBS.
I am conductor here, and so I grace my sphere,
I attend to my duties ev'ry one—
And be it dark or clear, yet still I have no fear.
And I smile at the dangers of the run.
By my merit alone, to this rank I havti grown
From telling books and papers on the train—
And life with joy is strown, and favors at ma
thrown.
Official confidence I ever gain.
And daily on each trip, the best champagne I
sip.
And often get a very handsome fee—
I never fail to Blip in my pocket the tip.
Forgetting all that I may hear or see.
And demurely arrayed ofttimes some pretty
maid
Slyly coaxes mo to flirt or to woo.
But I am so afraid, of directors so staid.
That I leave for them what I'd like to do,
Chorus;
I am conductor on this car.
The swell conductor on this car.
Men, and ladies fair
Praise my style and air,
As swell conductor on this car.
M. J. K.
The Herald slipped from train one
and boarded train No. 2at a small sta
tion and found in the second section the
remainder of the excursionists, and
among them Elder Thomas and wife of
Santa Barbara, Miss Hattie Prescott, W.
H. Lake, Mr. Cowell, James Monroe and
lady, W. C. Duell, of Chicago, Mr. Fred
Chandler, Miss May Schlador, Mrs.
H. T. Andrews and chaperon, of Ala
bama, and Jose Romero and Nick
Covarrubas.
The two sections of the excursion train
were in general charge of Trainmaster
Thompson and Conductors Robert Payne,
J. O. Learv, W. J. Bigelow, B. J. Gar
diner, S. Eggleson.W. E. Hart well F. H.
Seeley, and John Hoffman. Johnny lias
sett and S. Eggleson had immediate
charge of section one of the train, and
John Hoffman, and F. H. Seeley of sec
tion two. All went merrily as a marriage
bell and smoothly as a toboggan. The
excursionists reached Santa Barbara at
3 o'clock p. m., and made ready for the
ball at Lobero's Theatre in the evening,
the doings and gaieties of which will be
duly chronicled in the columns of the
Herald.
The Work of a Bonis.
J. Kuhrts, Jr., son of Ex-Councilman
J. Kuhrts, had his hand partially blown
away while exploding a bomb in front oi
the Anchor Saloon, South Main street, at
one o'clock this morning. Young
Kuhrts and several companions were
firing off crackers and bombs. Kuhrts
picked up a bomb and ignited it. Before
he could toss it away from him the
bomb exploded. His left hand was
fearfully lacerated. The young man was
conveyed to the office of Dr. Kurtz,
Where tbe injured member was dressed.
He was then taken to his home.
Death on the Train.
Mr. Whithorn, a son of the Tennessee
statesman of that name, is a clerk in the
j land office under Captain H. W. Patton.
; Yesterday Mr. Whithorn received a dis
i patch from son.c point east of here to
i the effect that his brother was dying on
- the train. The gentleman at once has
j tened eastward in obeuience to this sad
. summons. He had been expecting this
S brother to arrive here soon for the benefit
r of his health. It looks as if the move
bad been made too late.

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