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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXX.—NO. 108, "WANTS," "PEBSOSsL"," ADVERTISEMENTS UNDER the following heads inserted at the rats of 5 cent* per line for each insertion. nErrliiu no ■ icf.s. M~ ORTON GROVE, NO. 82, U. A. O. D.- Meets every Monday night at 8 r. m, at Good Templars' Hall, No. 108 8. Main st jy3 lm C- OORT LOS ANGELES, NO. 75!», A. O. F . meet in their hall, No. 108 N. Main at., Fri day evening, at 8 o'clock sharp. y W I). S. HARRINGTON C. R. je22tf E. J, CLA RK, R. B AIOS NOTICE — THAT THE 81'ANbU ■ American Democrats will hold a meeting ou Saturday evening, July 21st, at 7:30 r. X., at Judge Taney's oourt-room in the Temple block, for the purpose of elcciing officers for the ensuing year. My order of the committee, A. ORFILA, Chairman. jy2o 2t RALPH DOMINGUKZ.Sec. otice"6f annual meeting—the an nual mee:iugef the Southern California l oan Association for the election of officers for the ensuing year and for the transaction ot such other business as may be brought before the meeting, will be hold at the hall oi the Brother hood of Locomotive Engineers, No. 512 8«i Fernando St., on Monday, July 23,1838, at 8 o'clock p.m. CIIRIS. HORNBECK, Secretary. Jyl7-7t N" OTICE -THE AN.vllA . MEETING OF THE Stockholders of the Redondo Land Com pany will oe held at 54 N. Main St., on Wednes day, August Ist, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing a Bond of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before such meeting. HUGH W. VAIL, Secretary, jell 3w PKKNOMAI,. MEET me AT 8 o'clock sharp. Must take in the Manhattan ball. CHRI3. Jy2l It FvOROE AND CRIMINAL LAW A BPECI alty. Advice free. W. W. IIOLCOMB, At torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. je29-tf ells6lTaL~-CLAUDE, DON'T FORGET TO be ready this eve. Manhattan ba 1. Great joy. CHARLIE. jr2l It RB. PARKErTCLAIRVOYANT, CONSULt' tatious ou business, law suits, mineral spec illation-, love, marriage, absent friends, dis eases, life-reading, etc. 28 South Spring street, Room 15. 9a. M. to 6p. M. je29-tf^ RS FRED. ROTH, AT HER HUSBAND'S old staud, will cont.nue making Gent's Clothing to order, and cleaning and repairing done wl h neatness and dispatcn. Fine work: low prices. 72 S. Main St., entrance in rear of Wonder Millinery Store, Los Angeles, Cel. _jy7 lm _ Ni'F.C I Al. *«» I'M t-.s. EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY—MAIN oflice permanently located at No. 15 West Second st. Laundry 184 Wall st. All orders promptly attended to. Telephone 307. je2stf T> EMOVAL—-THE AMERICAN STEAM DYE XV Works aud the Rag and Juuk Depot, for merly on Alls >tt., have removod to 33si Bucua Vista st H. MARThEN. jyl2 lm JH. BEEBON A SON, RAHjROAIT IJotf , tractors. AH kinds of grading done with neatness and dispatch. 49 8. Main St., room 21, upstairs. je3olm* O BKICKMAKERB — THE CONTINUOUS Brick Kiln Company offer for sale tbe right to build iv this city two kilns, Boshncke's patent. This kiln burns brick with one-fifth the fuel used in ordinary kilns; bricks uniformly burned, no loss, better, and sell for much hither price than old Btyle bricks. D. FREEMAN, No. 1 Court street jylO-tf I \FFICe"OF LAS POSAS LAND AND WATER \J Company, Los Angel s, Cal., July 7. 1888- Not'co is hereby given, that the holders of more than two thirds of the Capita! Stock of tho Las Posas Land aud Wat r Company.have ronsent ed in writing to change tbe principal place of bus ness of faid Corporation from the City of I.os Angeles, in the County of Los Angeleß. and State of California, to the Rancho Las Posas, in the County of Ventura, State of California, and that such « rit'en consent has been filed iv the office of the Corporation jy7 3w T. W. T. RICHARDS, Secretary. FOR itKNT-HOI!SEnT ~ FOR RENT-COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS ON Fifth St., near Main, rent $30 and Rood lease; furniture and lease for sale for $300. Apply to M. J. NOLAN & CO., No. 10 S. Soring St. ]y!9 3t OR RENT—IN WHOLE OR IN PART,~A 13-room house, having 2 stores, large cellar; just finished; on N. Virgin st, bet Buena Vißta and Castellar sts. Apply to I. BALLADE, 100 Aliso St. jc2Btf OR - RENT—A FIVE ROOM HOUSE, WITH bath room, hot and cold water, carriage house and- fence, tor $'25, in East Los Angeles, Altast., one block from Dowrey-ave. street car Inquire No. 411 N. Main St.. room 5, hours from 10 to 12 A. Ml. Jyls 7t* OR RENT - 0F~24 ;ooms on Spring St., near First; rent reason able and long lease. House clearing at present about $175 per month. Furniture and lease can be bought at a great sacrifice, as the owner la anxious to retire from active business. Ap ply to M. J. NOLAN A CO., No. 1G S Spring st. jyl9 3t FOR HUNT- -KOOfflS. F™oK "RENT-ONE' FURNISHfED~RTJOM~AT $10 per month, to gentlemen only. 240 3. Fort st. Jyl7 st* THE ROSBMORE, FRONTING ON BIXTH st. Pa k. New management. Choice rooms, with or without board. Best location in city. iylllm rok~^iTvi T —misclbll THE BVV. COR. Main aud Railroad sts. Apply on premises. j>l7 lm* FOR RENT-STORE, 20x40, CORNER SEO ond and Fort sts.. elegantly fitted; lease 1, 2 or 3 years. A. L. TEELE, on premises. jylOtl FOR RENT — FRONT OFFICES, JONES block, 75 N, Spring st. Also hall with two anterooms. Apply MARK G. JONES, agent, room 1. je23tf lioxKiT^ UmllE ARDMOUR"-506 FORT, CORNER X SIXTH. Rooms at summer rates. jyB.lm EW MOFFATT HOUSE, 20 DAVIS BT~ near Alameda st. and Second st. Beds, $1 to $1.50 per week; 25c. to 50c. a night, jyll lm* SUMMER REsußrS. FURNISHED ROOMS, THE BEST IN SANTA . Monica, en suite or single, day, week or i month, in Boehme block, opposite postnflire. Also in cottage, Oregon ana ocean aye. Apply by telephone. Central office, or oth rwise to MRS. GEORGE BOEHME. jylStf BEACH HILL COTTAGES — BAY STATE, Rose Bush and ivy, feanta Cruz. All newly furnished, surrounded by spacious and beauti fully laid out grounds, nion lawns, etc.; close to beach; a very desirable family and tourists' home In all respects: superior table; reasonable. jy!2-tf M RS. E. WHITE, Santa Cruz, Cal. UOARui A~rVO Ruolri. rivate'board AND yonng men or man and wife, by applying soon at 1,529 3 Los Angeles St.. just off Ceiis. References given and required. jy2l It* red kali;. O"^LD^PA^^R^ AT THIS OFFICE, 15c. per 100. HANCE FOR WINE MRN—FOR SALE, A few puncheons of fine red wine, vintage of 1836, et 10c. per gallon; also 15 hardwood tanks, capacity 2750 gallons each, new, thor oughly wine cured and in perfect condition, made by E. Meyer of this city within the past year; original cost, Be. per gallon; for sale at 6c. per gallon. Albo, 100 empty puncheons, In good order, st sc. per gallon, and 4 redwood tanks, capacity 3000 gallons each, at 1J 2 c. per gallon, original cost 2i£c. per gallon For further particulars apply to P. BEAUDRY, 48 N. Spring st. je22lm t'OH MALU—Country Property. GOOD ALFALFA land with plenty of water, $75 per acre. Apply at 10} i N. Mom st. _ i_ 01 _ FOR SALE — 160 ACRES OF ALFALFA land, $40 per acre, plenty of water, no al kall. Apply at 16',, N. Main st. jylol4t_ FOR BALE—4O ACRJb SIN VINELAND, Asußa, 23 acres in bearing vines and all under cultivation, house and barn and cistern, $5 000. Inquire of owuer, 112 N. Spring st. F. LINDE. jvl3 lm FOUSAI.E-City Property. irtOß SALE—A'GREAT BARGAIN—A LARGE 1 1 ondsonie 12 room house, only a step from Temple street, close in—s7,ooo. J. C. OLIVER. 22 S. Fort -treet. jylo-tf "'.*.STKU-»IT|!ATI«]\!(. WANTED— A YOUNG LADY NOT LONG IN this country wishes a situation as com panion or German governesi. Address 330 Olive St., Los Augeles. jylil Bt* WHN I 'Kit—jniNCF.l.l.ANl 01/ st. GOLD Tn£~BlL ver. 7V£ Commercial St., Room 1. jy(J 3m ANTED—NOTEd~AND~ ACCOUNTS TO collect. C. P. DORLAND, 11 W. First st. je22 lm* WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME. CHEAP est at BURNS', 621 Grand aye., bet. Sev euth and Eighth. jy2l satAsun tf ANTED—FROM 500 TO 2,000 HEAD of stock cattle to pasture on shares for a term of sor 10 years. FRANK E. ADAMS, 13 W. First»t. jyls-lm' WA NTED—IIO USES AN D STORES TO RENT in good location; wo have a demand for b ith at present which we cannot furnish; call and leave a memorandum. POMEROY & GATES, 10 Court st., Lcs A' geles jy2o 7t ALL PEOPLE AND THEIR FRIENDS MUST soon know that the great auction house of Edwin A. Rice & Co.. 114 Wost First street, i< the best place in California to buy or sell furni ture or anything elBe; go 'here and see ihem. Julyl2-tf WANTED— EVERVBODY TO PATRONIZE Mrs. E. C. Freomau's home bakery, where home made salt-rising bread, pies, cake, jellies, etc.; also Boston brown bread and beans hot, ou Saturday and Sunday mornings. 407 S. Spring St. ]y!8 7t WANTED — A BUYER FOR THE ONLY barber shop in the town; good trade; 2 chairs; shaving 25c Will be sold at a bargain by owner, 8. G. MUGRAGE, Wilmington, Cal. _ jylB-4t* WANTED— TO RENT A 2-BTORY" DWEL ling of about 8 rooms, with modem con veniences, unfurnished, except as to carpets, located close in, bet. Pearl or Figueroa and Main sts.; cash tenant. See or address BOOTY A HOLMES, 230 N. Main st. jylO 7t WANTED— TO PURCHASE FOR SPOT CASH for a cußtomer, sor 0 lots somewhere be tween Main and Pearl sts., and bet. Tenth and Jefferson: must bo on clcau side of street; party would not object to going one or two blocks east of Main; also, lot with small house on the installment plan; don t oiler unless you are willing to sell at a facrifice. M. J. NOLAN & CO., No. 10 S. Spring st. jyl9 3t ANTED-IT IS DESIRED BY THe'gKiT eral Executive Comm ttee, I 0. O. F., that all hotel and hoarding and lodging house proprietors inform H. V. Van Dusen, Secretary, at the Board of Trade Rooms (hours l>etween 9 a. m . and 4r. M.),asto the number of guests they can accommodate and rates for same, dur ing the coming session of tho Sovereign Grand Lodge in September next. Jy)9tf TO lIXCIUNU WANTED -- TO EXCHANGE LOTS FOR horse aud miggt. Call at 05 N. Spring st. Jy2i-7t* mO EXCHANGE-$30,000 ELEGANT RESL A dence on one of the fl test avenues In Oak land, Cal, ior ranch properly. House alone cost over $30,000; is iv good order. BYRAM & FOINLEXTER, 19 W. Hrst st. je22 lm UOR EXCHANGE—A MOST DE-IRABLE C location in half-mile circle, ready for large, handsome residence; lawn 120 by 110; grace fnl arches and ornamental trees; will exchange for eastern prorcrty; none but owners. Apply J. A. SHERMAN, :il4 Montreal st. j /21 Bt> ~FINANCIaTI M~ ONEY LOAN—IN SUMS TO SDIT\ Good mortgages discounted. BYRAM <& rOINDEXI'EE, 19 W. First st. Jy3tf C" 1(1(1 • (I , TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE, IN 3[lt:vl/j \i large sums, at 0 to 7 per cent, per annum, net, on farming lands, or fibs Augeles business property only. S. D. HOVEY, 330 Pine Street, San Francisco. Jys lm M~~~ONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS, REAL Estate, etc. $10 up. Notes and mortgages discounted. CRAWFORD & McCREARY northeast Cor. First and Soring Sts., Room 13. jylS-tl MONEY TO LOAN—IN LARGE EDMS. ON city property only. L. SCHMIDT, No. 1 Arcadia St jyl7 lm MIISINKSS VMAXVE. ■ kUSiNESS CHANCE—FOR SALE A PI EST- Jj class livery and boarding stable, well estab lished and doing a paying business: horses and carriages will an ount to about $2000. App'y to M. J. NOLAN & CO.. No. 10 S. Spring st. jylO 3t_ BUSINESS CHANCE—FOR SALE AN OLD established grocery store, centrally located; rent $50 per month; 2 years' lease; place doing a cash business of $50 per day; owner will in voice stock and sell at ccst; leaving the city the reason for selling. Apply to M. J. NOLAN & CO., No. 16 b. Spring st. jyl9 3t BUSINESS CHANCE—FOR SALE ONE-HALF interest in an old and well established man ufacturfng business that clears at present about $400 per month; willing to Invoice stock snd sell at cost; this business will bear the closest investigation; stock and machinery will amount to about $1,800. Apply to M J. NOLAN & CO., No. 16 S. Spring St. jyl9 3t BUSINESS CHANCE—FOR SALE FOR $750 an undivided one-half interest in an old aud , well established hay and grain and coal and wood business; centrally located and clearing at present about $400 per month; rent only $10 per mouth; long lease; owner taking a par uer on account of having other important, busluess to attend to. Apply to M. J. NOLAN & CO.. No 10 S. Spring st. jylO 3t BUSINESS CHANCE—FOR SALE A WELL paying restaur., nt, located near cor. of Main and First sts.; Vi year's lease; rent reasonable; place boaiding about 200 people daily: price $300. Ownet rolling on account oi sickness. Apply to M. J. NOLAN. No. 10 S. Spring. jyT9 St BUSINE.-S CHANCE—A WELL ESTABLISH od saloon, doing a business of $35 per day; located uesr Second and Main sts.; lent reason able and long lease; price $000, Owner telling this place on account of being compelled to leave the city on other business This is a rare chance. Apply to M. J. NOLAN & CO , No. 16 8. Spring St. jyl9 3t BUSINESS CHANCE—FOR SALE CIGAR store on Main St., near Temple; rent reason able aud doing a business of $15 tos2opr (day; pnces3oo. or will invoice stock and sell [at cost. Apply to M.J. NOLAN & CO., No. 16 S. Spring St. jyl9 3t [UVR LEASE—THE WEID BUILDING, COB. 1 Main, Eighth and Spring sts.; 5 ttores and 24 upstairs rooms; favorable terms to respon sible paity. Apply to 10UN MILKER. No. 100 Ocean aye., or P. O. box 1,424. j>-20 St* allupathlsts. oculist aITd aurist Oflice 25 North Main St. Office Hours, 9a. it, to 4 p. jr., 7 to S p. m. jvltf-d&w • DR. J. W. REESE, HEALTH OFFICER, NO 7N. Spring St. Telephone 605. Je26-tf. 23 S. SPRING /V 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 se's of teeth from $6 to $10. By our new method of making teeth, a mißflt fs impossible. All work guaranteed. We make a specialty of extracting teeth with out pain. Office Hours from Ba. m., to sp. m. Sundays from 10 a. m. to 12 m. JyB-tf R. R. G. CUNNINGHAM, 25l^ORTniMAIN St., McDonald block. ]y!5 tf 111 VI I»KN1»M. f NOTICE-DIVIDEND NO. BlXTY seven (67), for the six months past, at the ratoof sixteen (16) per cent, per annum, upon the capital stock oi the Farmers & Merchants' Bank, of Los Angeles, has been declared by the Board of Directors, payable on and after Tues day. July 10. 1888. (Signed) ISAIAS W. HELL MAN, President Farmers A Merchants'B»nk, of Los Augeles. jyB IVH>FnD LOS ANGELEa Savings Bank will be due and payable on and after July 3, 1888, at tho rate of 3 per cent, per annum on ordinary deposits and 5 per cent, ou term deposits. iy3 30t W. M. CASWELL, Secretary. SAT UK DAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1888. ii <> mf,op it hints. MRsTh. TYLER WiL'luX, M. 1). —KA Al UNA, cor. Third and Spring sts. jv 12-tf_ Ti) A. (JLAJRKE~m". HI S. rORT 111. St. Hours Ito4r. M. Telephone 353. R sinence, 134 S. Hill St. ) yl *_ ISAAC FELLOWB, M. D -HOMEOPATH IST Office Hours—ll to 12 A. «.. 2 oi T. M., Office—No*. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building, Los Angeles, Cal. Residence 403 South Main street. jyfl-tf. — REUULIH PIIVsYtiIAN*. DR. BROWN-oFFICE 115 _ w7fIBBT~Bt7 Specia ties: All private diseases and dis eases of women. Consultation free. je2G-tf DR. J. DOOLEY, ELUCTRIC AND MAGNET IC Physician. Oflice Park place, cor. Fifth and Hill sts. Office Hours, oto 12 A. M, 3 to 5 p. m. Will visit patients out of office hours. l°2Btf H HENRY FORLINE. M. D. GIVES SPECIAL » attention to general surgery, including orthopedic surgery and gynecology. Also treats all diseases of women by most impro /ed methods, Office No. 33 8. Spring St. Resdence Cor Grand Aye. and Kinney St. }y2-M E ROBBINS, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SUE ■ geon, corner of Frstand Spring Sts, en trance on First St. Electricity and diseases of women a specialty. Disease diagnosed with out explanation from patient. Proprietor of the celebrated electric healing baths. Consul tation free. Oflice hours 10 to 12, 2to 4 and 7 to 3. Telephone7o. jylO-tf MH. RoTjlQer; ARCrtTi ECT,'RECENTLY • from New York Sketches and estimates at short notice No 11 Temple Btreet, room 10 je29-lm* WR. NORTON, ARCHITECT, 30 N. SPRING . Bt. jyl2tf CO3TERI.-AN & FORSYTH," ARCHITECTS", rooms 21 and 22, 23 S. Sp ing st., Lcs An geles. jyl2tf RB. YOUNG. ARCHITECT. ROOMS 8 AND . 9, Eoeder block, 23 8. .Spring sc., hot An tolos, Cal. jyl2tl PETERS & BURNS ARCIII i'ECTS, ROOMS 5 and (>, Howe's bloc'.t, 128 W. Fits' St. Su pervising architects. Natioual Soldiers' Home. _Jyl2tf CI H. BROWNi ARCHITECT, OFFICE, 9 N. /. Spring st. Rooms 22 and 2:1, Schumacher block, Los Angeies. Telephone 910. jyl2tf LIONEL D. DEANE, ARCHITECT, 33 South Spring street, room 15. je29-tf is I* U C AT IONA i 7. THE L'JS A.Ni. El ES CONSERVATORY OF Music, 40G S. Main St., will remain open for summer pupiis. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 159 South Bpring st., Lob Augeles. Cal. For information, address F. C. WOODBURY. Prin cipal, Los Angeles, Cal. je27-tf LOS ANGELES BUSINb.-S COLLEGE" AND English Training School, cor. Temple and New High sts. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin. jy 30t A BOARDING ~AND DAY SCHOOL FOR i\. young ladies and girls will be opened Sep tember 5, 1888, at No 1119 Hill st., bet. Twelfth and Pico sts., by fllss Abby S. Marsh. Until the Ist of August, Miss Marsh can be seen daily from 1 to- 3 p. m. at 405 S. Foit St., after that date at the school on Hill st. jy3 lm* AMU NF..IIF..VS'.**'. OPERA HOU3Er~~~ ir '~ T H. C. Wvatt, Lessee and Manager. One Woek—Commencing July 23d—One Week. Saturday Matinee. Engagement of the greatest fun makers in the world. TSII SIII HVK CI ROI'BaDOIIRO The Captivating! The Sparkling! The Bewitching! Nellie Mchenry, Under the direction of Webster & Maeder. Mouday, Tuesd .y, Wednesday, Thursday, The Hamming Bird. Friday and Saturday, Three of a Kind. "Humming Bird" Matinee Saturday. Popular Prices—iisc, 50c, 75c and 01. jylBtd a RAND OPERA HOUSE. H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY 10, Six Nights and Saturday Matinee. First appearance in this city of the renowned arti6tc— FANNY DAVENPORT, Accompanied by MELBOURNE MCDOWELL and Baldwin Theatre Company. Presenting Victor!.n Sardou's Masterpieces. Monday, i FECOifA. Tuesday and > Fanny Davenport es Piin- Wednesday Ev'gs) cess Fedora. Thursday, . I,A TOM'A. Friday and > Fanny Davenport as La Saturday Evg's > Tosca. JH**" Special scenery for "La Tosca." Saturday Matinee—Fedora. Seats now on sale. jyll OADKMY OF UOBIOT T. W. Okev, Lessee and Manager. Nights and Saturday Matinee COMMENCING SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1888, The Celebrate d RENTZ StNTLEY Novelty and Hurletque Company. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the newest and Intei-1 Parisian sensational burlesque, AI>A Bl AND E V I-:, Replete with sensational features, handsome costumes, love y women, beautiful new scen ery, bright sparkling music and Baia.'thelhigh kicker. The new Vaudeville Extravaganza, entitled ldl,-l!m.i.»M\!. I A laughable satire on the preva'ent craze, to bogganing. In this will be exhibited in full view of the audience a genuine Toboggan Slide and a Grand Olio of European and American Specialities, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the new bur lesque, OCR MINNIE, A satire on the Comic Opera of "Erminic." JMs*-Seats uu sale at Swsrtz it Whomes' Sta tionery Store, Hollenbeck Block. jylO ACADEMY OF MUSIC. T. W. Okev, Lessee and Manager. (Formerly Hazard's Pavilion.) Off" Under New Management. Grand Opening Night, SUNDAY, JULY 15, Engagement for one week of the charming Comedienne, pretty, piquant, petite LIZZIE EVANt, "The Little Electric Battery," and a carefully selected company, in the following repertoire: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday Nights — The tlcturcsque Comedy-Dramn, FOGG'S FERRY. Lizzie Evans iv her famous character of ' Chip," introducing new songs, dances, medleys, etc. Wednesday and Thursday Nights—The Ro mantic Comedy, OUR ANGEL. Friday Night and Saturday Matinee — The beautiful Ametican Comedy, MAUD MULLER. Prices—2s and SO cents. No extra charge for reserved seats, now on stleatewartz & Whonie's Stationery Store, 113 S. Spring street, Hollen beck Block. Doors open at 7, curtain rises at 8 sharp with out fail. 4SsT~Urand Matinee Saturday Afternoon. jyl2 CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM, North Main Street, near First. THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT. Week Commencing Satcbda v. Joly 14. 2 MONSTER SHOWS 2 IN MUSEUM DEPARTMENT— A JAPANEBE VILLAGE! Representing the arts and sciences of Japan— A number of skilled artists in native costume, producing bronze, porcelain, enamel, silk, ivory antl other art goods, making a comprehensive, instructive and interesting exbibitof the prcd cuts of that remarkable people. IN THEATRE— HAWKIN'S FAMOUS COLORED GEORGIA • MINSTRELS In a full minstrel performance. Doors open from 10 a. m. to 10 v m. Admission 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra. m2ltf • J£ENILWORTH OSTBICHI'ABir THE Most Pictobesque Pleasure Resort Near Los Angeles. Unlimited space for picnic parties, for whicn special rates will be given. Apply C. A. Sumner <Sr Co , 54 N. Main street. Admission 25c. Sundays 10c. Bonnd trip 25c. Take Temple street cable to Beandry nve., and cars from Sisters' Hospital. MUSIC EVKKV BOMBAY. my!B 6m THE GRANDEST SIGHT IN LOS ANGELES is the SIEGE OF PARIS! Main and Hard sts. Open dally (including Sundays) from D A., M. to 10 p.m. Admission—2so. je7-lm ABOUT THE TOWN. What the Freeholders Are Doiiig for the Charter. SOMETHING ABOUT POLITICS. An Informer With a Record—Polit ical Sharps are JJiscussed. Other Things. The Board of Freeholders met yester day afternoon, General Mansfield in the chair and Messrs. Moore, Mackay, Rob inson, Dunkelberger, Scott, Brown, Bald win and Dr. Kurtz present. The first matter considered was the chauging of established street grades. Colouel Dunkelberger was of the opinion that the city should be obligated to pay the cost of all changes, and that the property owner should, if damaged, have recourse from the city and not from other property owners. The committee to whom this section was referred recommended that it be amended so that the people benefited shall pay the damages before the work is done, a court or commission to decide as to the question of benefit or damages. The amendment of the committee was adopted. The committee also recommended that the city pay the cost of improving all intersections of streets, and that after a Street has been accepted the city keep it in repair. Adopted. The Committee recommended that sewer construction should not cost the property owners more than $1.00 per front foot. Dr. Kurtz offered as an amendment that every foot of property in the city be assessed $1.00 for sewerage purposes. The amendment was carried. Col. Dunkelberger moved to reconsider Section 34. to which had been added a clause giviDg the power to the Council to cause railroads to erect viaducts at street crossings. He desired the word viaducts stricken out and the section left as it was in the defeated charter. Dr. Kurtz suggested that automatic signals be prohibited, for the reason that they were not of any account. Col. Moore thought they should be permitted if necessary and bo moved, but his motion was lost. Col. Dunkelberger was allowed to ex plain why he had moved to cut the May or's salary down. He had been under the impression that the Mayor was not required to pay his clerk's salary. Upon ascertaining that he was, he moved that the office of Mayor's cleik be created, that official to be appointed by the May or. Carried. Mr. RobiDsou moved that a committee of five be appointed to revise the charter. Carried. The chair then appointed Messrs. Robinson t Brown, Mackav, Moore aad Dr. Kurtz. The matter of building viaducts over railroad tracks was brought up again. Col.Dunkelberger moved that the streets where viaducts are needed should be named now. Lost. Mayor Workman moved that the City Clerk be appointed by the Council in stead of elected by the people. Lost. Tho sections of the charter relating to the indebtedness of the city, the collec tion of as3eßsments by suits and prosecu tions for violation of the ordinances were read and adopted. This finished all the work before the Freeholders until the Committee on "Claims and Demands" shall report,ami the meetiug adjourned. THE RELIANCE CLUB. An Enthusiastic Meeting Import ant Meeting. The Reliance Democratic Club met last night in Judge Mutton's courtroom with its President, Mr. W. L. Price, in the chair, and Mr. Thomas Rutledge acting as secretary. The by-laws and constitution were read and adopted, after which a number of new members were enrolled. The report of the Executive Committee was banded in, and a com munication read from the Fourth Ward Club inviting'the members of the Reli ance Club to meet them on Monday night, and then proceed together to call on the Democratic Club on Boyle Heights. This, proposition was adopted unanimously. It was decided to appoint a committee to obtain speakers for the weekly meetings antl also to make arrangements with the County Committee for the use of the Grand Stand on Frank lin street occasioualy for rallying purposes and thefollowing gentlemen were named by the Chair: B. A. Taney, W. L. Price and J. R. King. A motion was adopted to send to New York for new and elabo rate campaign hats that have lately been issued their, alter which speeches were iv order, and after an hour or so the meeting adjourned to meet again at Judge Taney's court-room in the Temple block on Monday evening at 7 P. M. sharp so as to visit the Fourth Ward club as ar ranged. The next regular meeting will take place on Friday evening in Judge Hutton's court-room at 7:30 p. M. A malicious Informer. There is a saloon on the corner of Ar cadia and Sanchez, streets which has stood there time out of mind. The Herald is not personally acquainted with the place, and knows nothing re garding the way it is kept. The proprie tor is a Frenchman named Lacour; and there is now pending before the Police Commission a charge against the place, which, it is alleged, is kept in a dirty and disgusting condition. The com plainant alleges that the place should be closed up. The Herald is informed and the information comes from an en tirely reliable source, that the place is well managed. The further information is to the effect that tho complainant is under the influence of malice. The alle gation is that he was thrown out of the saloon for good cause, and this actuates him in making these charges. It is fur ther stated and upon the same excellent authority, that the complainant is a man utterly unworthy of credence or trust. In fact, it is alleged that he has been guilty of the crime of forgery. If these allega tions are true it will be well forthe Com missioners to proceed with caution in acting upon any complaint coming from such a source. The inference seems to be that some time in his life the Old Roman must have called Mr. Foraker a "durned fool." ■ —[Kansas City Times, (Ind'. Station A. East Los Angeles now has a postal station which is creditable to the place. It was open last Thursday and merits a description. It is at 1030 Downey ave nue in the Kla Block, in a room 20x100 feet. About thirty feet from the front a handsome partition of varnished ash in light and dark, reiches across the room. In it are windows for money orders and stamps appropriately lettered on glass, a door to open to the back office, two hun dred glass front lock boxes, two drops for letters and one for papers. An upright desk in the front office is for the benefit of the public. Behind the partitions are two desks, three distributing tables with pigeon holes, one table for papers, and a large and handsome safe made by the Wilshire Safe and Scale Company. D. Y. Moody is the general manager, and the carriers are Charles A. Kobb and Charles Hawthorn. Mail is received and sent three limes daily. Stamps, envelopes and postal cards can be pnrchai-ed, letters or packages registered, United States money orders obtained, the same as in the city at the main office. Have your letters addressed to street and number, or to your box number, Station A, East Los Angeles, Cal. There will be no general delivery service here. Untitling Rock. Editors Herald: A very fine large sandstone ledge exists about three miles north ot Lang Station. It is of the char acter of the rock being used in the new City Hall in your city from Flagstaff, but of a more reddish color, and is pro nounced by experts the finest building rock they ever saw. In my opinion this will prove a great thing for some com pany, also for Los Angeles city, as it is of immense quantity. Grindstones have been made of it, and it only becomes harder by use. It is no doubt the finest and cheapest, as well as most attractive in appearance, of any building ever seen in Los Angeles city. Any company financially solid can have an opportunity to take hold of it. The cost of getting it is comparatively nothing, being three miles from the railroad station and a down grade. Respectfully, Jno. Lang. Lang Station, July 18, 1888. To Political fenarps. Editors Herald: I will thankful if any Republican or Democrat will answer the following questions: 1. What are the three fundamental principles of Republicanism? 2. Define clearly between the prin ciples of Free Trade and Protection. I want to understand and get at the foundation of the so-called issue, but cannot get much information through the street-corner politicians. Yours, etc., A. B. Los Angeles, July 17, 1888. A Halve in Sugar. Sugar has advanced \% cents per pound during the past ten days, the big gest raise on record for many months. It is the first- time for nearly a year since the price of Pacific Coast sugar has been higher than the quotation in New York, but such is now the case, there being % cent difference. It will hurt the canning trade a little as this business uses a vast quantity of sugar. Urand Rail. The Manhattan Club, an organization of young Democratic voters, will this evening give a grand ball at Turnverein Hall, for the uniform fund. At a. meet ing last evening the Committee on Ar rangements reported that they had sold 554 tickets, so the ball will certainly be a financial as~we.ll as a social success. Meine Bros.' band will be in attendance. The best of order will prevail. An selling's Case. Fritz Anschlag appeared in Judge Cheney's Court again yesterday, and ap pointed C. C. Stephens as his attorney. Later on Mr. Crawford appeared and Stephens withdrew from the case. Fur ther proceeding in this case were post poned until the appeal to the Supreme Court has been decided. Undelivered Telegrams. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph office, No. 8 Court street, at 10 r. m., July "20th: A. Fein tuch, Mr. Zieger, Harry J. Carr, H. B. Matthewson, J. H. Hunter, J. A. Speeht, Frank P. Colver, W. C. McConnell, W. Clark Lee, Geo. W. Monteith, J. R. Minor, Miss Cora Williams. J.U.B. to Benjamin Hnrrlgrandson. "In the Highlands of Scotland,/ "June 25, 1888. )" "Accept my congratulations. Would have taken it myself only the boys bungled the thing badly. Give the la boring men all the protection you can until 1 get back, and then I'll help you out. I shall continue my coaching tour with Andy Carnegie, and will spend some time at his castle before my return. Andy is a laboring man, and I happen to know that he has made as high as $5 a day out of the tariff' Some of the other laboring men in Andy's shops have not done quite so well, and I have been told thatthey have been 'locked out,' or something of the sort for several weeks past, and that a few of Pinkertou's persuaders are keep ing the flies oil' of them during their va cation. If they were not protected against the pauper labor of Europe, I wonder what would become of the poor fellows ? "P. S.—Burn this letter."—[Sonoma Democrat. The Tariff on Rod and Iron Man ufacturers. There is considerable feeling here on the part of the barb wire manufacturers against what they term a trust of rod manufacturers composed of four large concerns, beaded by Washburn & Moen, the Cambrian iron company, the Joliet steel company and the Cleveland rolling mill company to manufacture rods in this country and monopolize the barb wire in dustry by saving tho $13.40 duty per ton and driving the barb wire manufacturers, who have the doty to pay, out of business. The barb wire manufacturers ask that the duty on rods be removed so that they can compete for the South American trade. They claim they can and do manufacture now cheaper than Europe does. This proposed trust, they allege, has lobbyists at Washington asking that Uie duty on rods be increased, so that Wey can more effectually build up their monopoly.—[Joliet, 111., Special to the Chicago News. FIVE CENTS. THE REPUBLICANS. Several Ward Caucuses Held Last Night. ALL OF THE TICKETS SELECTED. Which Faction is on Top?— Who WUI be the Next Sheriff?—lncidents at the Meetings. Last night was rather an exciting one for the Republicans, since the caucuses for the selection of delegates to be voted for to-day at the primaries were' held. There were several candidates for nom ination who thought their chances would be better for success if they could select the tickets to be put in the field by the caucuses, and these gentlemen with their aids were out working hard from seven o'clock last night until the last vote had been cast. It was generally conced ed, however, that thoee whose tickets were defeated last night would not erive up, and as a result it is certain that the tickets in the field to-day will be quite numerous and the counting upon the close of the polls laborious. Nothing of particular note took place in the First Ward, except that the fight seemed to be over the selection of those who would vote for some particular man for Sheriff. The chair was filled by Mr. Oscar Macy, and the fol lowing were placed in nomination: seventeen from the East Side and twenty from the West-East Side: Messrs. Wal lace Stockwell, R. W. Pierce, D. G. Dex ter, J. McGrau, H. Van Dusen, W. F. Poore, C. H. Anderson (colored), C. N. Earl, David Carr, D. Jones, J. W. Ho mer, F. Filderson, F. R. Willis, T. A. Garey, B. H. Ihms, Sherman Page and J. R. Coulee. West Side: Allen Smith (colored), G. S. Robinson, C. Dodson, C. Maitland, C. A. Luckenbach, A. W. Patton, C. B. Woodhead, Jas Velsir, E. H. White, L. E. Moser, J. C. Murray, J. Wili'grod, N. Valentia, P. Follis, G. S. Robinson, Mr. Naud, J. Cline, Mr. Sotello, 'Jhos: Pear son (colored) and H. Sweeney. Of these the following were found to havo been selected: East Side: D. G. Dexter, O. N. Earl, W. F. Poor, T. A. Garey, C. H. Anderson (colored), F. R._ Willis, John McGrau, David Carr, W. W. Stockwell andJ. R. Conlee. Weat Side: A. W. Patton, C. A. Luckenbach, N. Sotello, Jno. Cline, Allen Smith (colored), C. Dodson, C. B. Woodhead, J. C. Murray. P. Follis, V. M. de Silke and Thos. Pearson (colored). The caucus in the Second Ward which was held in Judge Cheney's Court-room, was an exciting affair, two tickets being in the field. C. E. Da iley was in tho chair. After the nomination of delegates, the ballots were taken up in the Court-room waste basket. As this was passed around the ballots poured in from all sides, some putting several in at once. It finally reached one man who dumped a hat full of ballots on top of the already well-filled basket. This was more than the opposition could stand and a new vote was taken, at which one hundred and eighty-eight ballots was collected. The following were the delegates selected: C. E. Day, G. R. Flint, F. A. Gibson, M. A. Hambur ger, H. Johnson, R. Livingston, Chas. McFarland, G. P. McLain, H. H. Martin, R. Miller, O. Morgan, C. H. Clark, J. Manning, M. H. Mc- Namara, F. McGregor, D. G. Mc Gowan, C. F. Rutan, C. W. H. Nelson, S. B. Arguello, H, C. Register, E. F. Single tary, T. H. Ward, F. W. Wood, S. K. Adams, Robt. Black, Wm. Cummingfl", R. B. Carpenter, H. S. Clements. Most of the names on the Merchants' Anti-Boss ticket were snowed under. The fight in this ward was principally be tween the forces of Martin Aguirre and J. M. Meredith, both candidates for nomination for Sheriff, and at one time a personal encounter seemed imminent. The Irish-American Republican candi dates met with a cold reception in this ward, but they received more recognition in the Third. The selections in the Third Ward were as follows: General J. R. Mansfield, Ralph Hoyt, B. W. Edelman, F. Gil more, C. H. Gorham, Robert Owens, W. H. Bonsall, F. C. Smith, H. A. Barclay, F. W. Cherry, W. C. Thornton, W. H. De La Monte, P. H. Dornev, J. C. Ray, J. C. Byram, E. W. Jones," C. C. Con nolly, W. G. Cochran, J. W. Haverstick, M. H. Shepard, J. McCarthy, J. H. Book and Col. H. H. Boyce. The selection in the fourth Ward was as follows: S. Cornell, J. Coleman, E. Powers, W. J. Foley, C. C.McComas, A. Montano, C. H. Humphreys, J. W. Davis, W. B. Walker, E. P. Sutherland, H. T. Payne, Jno. Lovell and PeterTigg. The selection in the Fifth Ward was a. follows: J. M. Damron, W. F. Fitzger ald, J. Frankenfield, W. E. Dunn, A. Gottschalk, J. Haines, B. W. Lee, E. P. Johnson, A. N. Hamilton, J. Lewis, S. W - Luitweiler, J. A. Rogers, A. Wald heimer, J. W. Hinton, Dr. H. Sinsa baug, A. Caldwell, Dr. Cohn. When the Jresult of the caucuses be came known each faction claimed a vic tory. The friends of Meridith claimed to to have all on the ticket in the Second Ward except seven, and Martin Aguirre thought he had eighteen delegates in the third. The Oro Fino Club it was said had gained a victory all around in the interest of Martin Aguirre and the friends of George Gard for Sher iff and Captain AY. H. Seamans for Re corder thought that none of the other factions had much show. Others claimed that tbe tickets selected were in the main unpledged, and thought that the county would rule the Convention this year. The last indications on the street last night were that there will be about three tickets in each ward to-day, and there were hints that in case a clique seems to be ahead, a floating delegation will be passed around. The fight at the polls to-day is likely to he quite lively. Language Frofessor—"To what do I owe the honor of this call?" Stranger— "I understand that you can talk in forty languages, yet the col lege pays you only $100 a week for your services." "That is correct." "I have come, sir, to offer you a position at $500 a week." "My, my! What do you want me to do?" "Tend bar at my palace 'saloon in Chicago."— [Omaha- World.