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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXX.—NO. 110. ♦'WANTS," "PEBSOSALJV^^ A~~ND OTHER ADVERTISEMENTS UNDER tho following heads inserted at the rate of b cents per line for each insertion. IMEETiITu NO c ICKB. MORTON GROVE, NO. 62. U. A. O. D.- Meets every Monday night at 8 p. M, at Good Templars' Hall, No. 108 S. Main Bt. JySf lm C~~OURT LOS ANGELES, NO. 7599 A. 6. F.. meet in their hall, No. 108 N. Main St., Fri day evening, at 8 o'clock t-harp. 1 W D. 8. HARRINGTON C. R. jy22tf E. J.CLARK, R. 8. FECIAL MEETING, I.OS ANGELES _ Lodge, No. 42, F.'A A. M., Wednes _f_, day, August 1, at 7:30 P. M , for workllAr in the third degree. Sister Lodgessnd all' ' visiting members are cordially invited to at tend. By order, T. J. oUDDY, W. M. aul It P. J.OARR, Secy. OTIOE—THE ANNUAu MKXTittQ OF THfe Stockholders of the Redondo Laud Com §any will be held at 54 N. Maiu st., on Wednes ay, August Ist, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing a Bowd 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 REYNOLDS WILL HOLD materializing seances at o2 N. Workman St., East LO3 Angeles, on Wednesday and Thirsdav evenings. at * ERBONAL — BIRDS, PET DOGS, BEoT mixed Beed. LO3 ANGELES BIRD STORY, 84 B. Main st. «"1 If IVORCE AMD CRIMINAL LAW A SPEOl alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB. At torney, 11 Temple Btreet. Room 10-12 jy29-tf HH. MATLOCK A SON, GENERAL AUC . tion aud commission brokers, 22 and 24 X Second st Second-hand furniture bought, sold and exchanged. Auction sales of ail kinds, in the city or country. Telephone 883. jy2stf MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOYANT, CONSULT tatlons ou business, law suits, mineral spec ulatlons, love, marriage, absent friends, dis eases, life-reading, etc. 28 Bouth Spring street, Room 15. 9A. M. to op. K. jy29-tl V" 6UNO MAN WOULD LIKE TO tORRBS pond with some young lady for pastime and view to matrimony; a good houseworker preferred; dark hair and eyes andcapibieof managing a free und eaßy blonde. Amwer at onco by rddressiuK CHARLIE BMHM, No. 247 B.|Ma'.n St., city. ml *t* RS. FRED. ROTH, AT HER HUSBAKD'S old staud, wili cont nue making Gent't Clothiug to order, and cleaning and repairing done with neatness and dispatch. Fine work low prices. 72 8. M-iin St., entrance iv rear of Wonder Millinery Store, Los Angeles, Cal. jy7 lm si'KuiAi. nTorsttt-s. lauMV-m AIN office permanently located at No. 15 West Second st. Laundry 184 Wall st. All orders promptly attended to. Telephone 307. jy2stf OTIOE - TO PROPRIETORS —PLANS AND Ep jcilications for cottages, $15; large build ings, including sup :rintondencc, 9 per rent. J. FKIEDLANDER, architect, 104 N. Main st jy24 12m EMOVAL-TIIE AMERICAN STEAM DYE Works and the Rag and Junk Depot, for merly on Alls»tt., have removed to 33ji Buena Vista St. H. MAKTEEN. Jyl2 lm L""OOK OUT FOR FIRE-INSURE YOUR property with BOOTY & HOLMES, 236 N. Main st. Agents for the Old Franklin, of Phila delphia; cash assets over $3,000,000! jy 23 lm STEEL RAILS! STEEL RAILS! — LARGE buyers come to "Headquarters" for steel rails, nails etc. We. can save you money. Try us. BOOTY & HOLMES, 230 N Main fct. Agents for Armour Packing Co. Jy 23 lm B _ OOTY & HOLMES, 230 N. MAIN ST. —GEN- eral Agents lor Cincinnati Safe & Took Co., are headquarters for Burglar and Fire Proof Safes, Vau tWo:k etc. Furnish ihe very best work, in every particular, and at prices lower than the lowest Large stock on hand, jy 23-1 m I"7dgaß MOORE, EXPERT ACCOON TANT, !i room 44 Downey Block. Practical double entry book-keeping taught in 30 days Special attention given to firms and systems of books adapted to county and oity officials and cor porations. Complicated books and accounts adjutted. Office hours—9 to 3 and 6:30 to 8:30 F. m. Jyaitf 11HE FOLLbwiNG CHILDREN HAVE BEEN admitted into the asylum since tbe last pub lication: Half orphans — Josef a Santamaria, Rachel Smtamaria, Josefa Morales, Mary Mc- Laughlin, Maggie Lucero, Marie Augheben. Adellna Mont jrorveles, Annie Tedford, Mollie Tedfo-d, Minnie Tedford, Ethel Carriger, Phllo mena Zeneker, Louisa Hoeek. Whole crphan— Nata.iaVia. BISTER JOSEPHINE. July 26, 1888. J>27 lOt iuh aassr«'g'--taw-'iMS. FOB RENT-FURNISHED BOOMS, 325 8. Httlst. jy3l3t» FRONTING ON BIXTH st. Pa-k New management. Choice rooms, with or without board. Best location in city. ' ivll lm inn* FOR RENT—HOUSE OF sItOOMS, BATH, pantry, closets, barn, etc.; $40. 603 W, First st. «nl It* FOR RENT—COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS. $5 per month. Inquire of G. W. ARMSTRONG, this office aultf OR 4 ROOMS, HALL, closets and basements; close in; $25; com pletely furnißhcd, $200, worth $J5O. 153 8. Los Angeles St., furnitHresto c. aul 2t» OB RENT—COTTACiE OF 5 ROOMS, BATH, etc., on Grand aye., close In; rent $35 per month; price of furniture, $350. Apply to M J. NOLAN A CO., 16 8. Spring st. ]y3l 3t F~~oi RENT - LODGING-HOUSE OF 14 rooms, 9 rooms and halls completely fur nished; rent very low and good lease. This house is centally located and will maie big money ou the iuvestment Furniture for sale for $375. Apply to M. J. NOLAN A CO., 16 S Spring iy3l 3t OR RENT — LODGING-HOUSE OF 32 rooms, well furnished and centrally located for roomers; rent reasonable and long lease. Furniture quite new and for sale at cost. App'y to M. J. NOLAN & CO., 16 8. Spring St. j'3l 3t roH Mil JT— SISOBULf. ANJEtItJ S. OR~RENT — STORE ON THE SW. COR Main aud Railroad sts. Apply on premises. jyl7 lm* FOR RENT-STORE, 20x40, CORNER SEC ond and Fort sts.. elegantly fitted; leaße 1, 2 or 3 years. A. L. TEELE, on premises. jylOtf TJIDR RENT"—"FRONT OFFICES, JONES H T>lock, 75 N, Spring st. Also ball with two anterooms. Apply MARK G. JONES, agent, loom L Sy23tf TO LKAB~E—BECOND FOOR OF NEW BBIOE building, First St., cor. of Center, directly opposite Santa Fe depot; 24 rooms, well ar ranged for lodging house; also stores iv same building. Apply to CHAS. L. BATCHELLER, room 19. 132 N. Main «t jv27 7t lOH HAlitS— Country Property-. Asusa, 23 acres in bearing vines and all under cultivation, house and barn and cistern, $5,000. Inquire of owner, 112 N. Spring st- F. LINDE. Ivl3 lm 4KAdI- JUBT LOOK vOUU house and lot on Tenth st, just west of Pearl st, only 1 block from street cars; 5 rooms, elegantly finished in Eastlake; only $2,800, $500 cash and th 3 balance ouly $50 per month. Stop paying rent and own a beautiful cottage of your own. This must be sold this week. Apply to the owner, I. B. SHERMAN, 133 W. First St.. room 3. aul 7t F~ OR SALE—A GREAT BARGAIN—A LARGE I andeome 12 room house, only a step from Temple street, close in—s7,soo. J. C. OLIVER. 22 S. Fort -treet. ly!s-tf i 7 »Ks aL k. office, 150. per 100. RIVATE HOUSEHOLD FURNl ture, consisting of bedroom sets, carpets curtains and general household goods, for sale cheap. Apply at 22 Winston j>3l 2t» RIVATE SALE OF ELEGANT FURNITURE and household goods; everything in first class condition and nearly new. Also, a Gates' Surrey and reliable family hone. Owner leav ing city. No. 14 Ingraham st, two blocks west of ccr. of rearl and Orange st». jy29 4t* ™ANTE»-SITUATIONS. ANTED — TOMPKTBNT LADY DESIRES position in confectionary or bakery. As to reference address M C, 120, Herald office jy3l 2l* WANTED— SITUATION AS TE AC HRR~o7 music on piano and organ in some female seminary; fully competent to take charge oi musical depattment; 18 years' experience Address MADAME J. E. Cincinnati, Ohio. jv2S mon wedAsat (it WANIED-lIIISCELLANEOIIR. GOLD TnD~Bi£ ver. 7% Commercial St., Room L jy6 3m ANTED—THE PARTYWHO~CALLED AT the Herald office regarding the breaking of salt grass six miles from city will plea c call again. jySltf WANTED— FROM 000 TO 2,000 HEAD of stock cattle to pasture on sharos for a term of sor 10 years. FRANK E. ADAMS, 18 W. First it. jyls-lm* ALL PEOPLE AND THEIR FRIENDS MUST soon know that the great auction house of Edwin A. Rice A Co. 114 West First street, in the best place in California to buy or sell furni ture or any thing else; go i here and see them. Julyl2-tf WANTED-IT IS DESIRED BY THE OErT cral Executive Committee, I OOF, that all hotel and boarding and lodging bouse proprietors inform H. V. Van Dusen, Secretary, at the Board of Trade Rooms (hours between 9 a. m and 4p. h.), as to the number of guests they can accommodate and rates for same, dur ing the coming session of the Sovereign Orand Lodge in September next jylOtf "~EoBT AHB Ci>t7Ns>. - ~ L~OBT —A. PAIR OF GOLD SPECTACLES. The finder wl'l be rewarded by leaving (hem at 219 8. Fort st jy3l 3t« 03T—A GOLD LOCKET SET WITH DL*7 monds, and on inside the monogram A. R. Finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it ■■tthePACIFIOTRUCKCO ,11 Marketut jy29tf BUSINESS CHANCB9 BUSINESS CIIANCE—FOR SALE WHOLE sale and retail fruit and produce commis sion business, clearing over $200 per month. Owners have other business caure of selling Apply toM J.NOLAN A CO., 10 S. Spring st jy3l 3t BUSINESS CHANCE—FOR SALE ONE OF tbe best paying and best located groceries in the city. Stock will inventory about $1,500. Owner going East. Apply to M. J. NOLAN & CO., 16 o. Spring st. jy3l 3t BUSINESS CHANCE"—FOR SALE RESTAUR ant doing a steady and Increasing business; rent $60 per month; .stock and fixtures cm be bought reasonable, as owner is leaving the city. I Thin place is clearing over $200 per month and will Btand investigation. Apply to M.J. NOUN, 16 S.Spring. j>3l 3t YJUSINErS" CHANCE — FOR SALE CIGAR XJ stand as well located as any in the city and clearing about $100 per month, l'ric of stock and fixtur3ss2so. Apply to M.J. NOLAN A CO., 16 8. Spriug St. jy3l3t USINE.-8 CHANCE — FOR SALE If BUIT and cigar stand doing a business of about $12 per day. Rent only $8 par month. Price $125. This ls a bargain. Apply to M. J. NO LAN A CO , 16 S.Springst. Jy3o 3t BUSINESS CHANCE—FOR BALE SALOON well located and doing a business of about $40 per day on a very light expense Reut $50 per month and a good lease. Price for stock and fixtures $600. Apply to M. J. NOLAN A CO.. 10 3, Spring St. jy3l 3t TO EXCHANU^ T~~o~lxch ange—i6<T to "eXojkSiss "Sir land as first payment on city property. J. C. WILLMON, W. first st. aul 4t* T~ O EXCHANGE—HOUsE, 30 ROOMB FOR lots, acreage, or Eastern property. J. 0. WILLM JN, W. First st. aul 4t» TO EX CHANGE—A HO RSi E~AN!TwAGO N, harness .and 2 months'old colt, for a lot; am willing to pay a difference if necessary. Call 1,232 8. Olive at. jy3l 7t* (Ijr AAA—TO EXCHANGE FOR GOOD ©O.'/UU lolging-house, nice new house of 6 rooms, all modern improvements; stable, nice fence, corner lot; one block from double-track car line. U. H. GOWEN A CO., 9 N. Maiu st, JylS 3t* T~ O EXCHANGE—SEVERAL FIXE HOUSES and lots close in, to trade for vacant lots or acre property, txv- ral finely Improved farms close to city to trade for Eastern property or city lots, 1,000 acres fine land close to railn ad In Nebraska r« ir»de f..r California land, also fine impro\ ed farm close to t >tvn of 160 acres in lowa, lots ineiue iui> ... hn> for acre or Eastern property, acre property aud city lots for horses, wagons or stock of any kind. Bring in your property and trade as we have a large list of fine property to exchange. SHERMAN A SHOfT. 133 W. First tt Room 8. Jv 29 lw FI IM A,\CB Al.. MONEY TO LOAN—IN SUMS TO SUIT. Good mortgages discounted. BYRAM A roINDEX TBR, 19 W. First St. jy3'f fiMOil• ft ■T0 loanHon MORTGAGE, IN JplUUj U large sums, at 0 to 7 per cent, per annum, net, on farming lands, or Los Augeles business property only. 8. D. HOVEY, 330 Pine Street, San Francisco. jys lm ONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS, REAL Estate, etc. $10 up. Notes and mortgages discounted. CRAWFORD A McCREARY northeast Cor. First and Soring Sts., Room 13, lylB-tt ■ BONDS FORBALE--24GILT-EDGEb SCHOOL bonds in denominations of $500 and $000. nearly all bearing 8 per cent, interest, net, and issued by the most responsible school districts of tbls county. Will be sold separately or as a whole. Apply to G. J. GRIFFITH, 210U N. Main st. aultf MONEY TO LOAN—IN LARGE SUMS, ON oity property only. L. SCHMIDT, No. 1 Arcadia at jy 17 lm KXCI ItMOtS. FREE OVERLAND EXCURSIONS VIA DEN ver and Rio Grande Railway, Salt I ake City nnd Denver, leave Los Angeles July 12th and 26th, August Oth and 23d. Mattresses, curtains, blankets, pillows, etc., free of charge. For further particulars call or addreßsF. W. THOMP SON, 110 N. Spring St., Los Angeles. jy4 REE EXCURSION—NO EXTRA CHARGE for sleeping accommodations. Through cars to Chicago without change. Only one change to New York aud Boston. Experienced conductors, assisted by colored porters, accom pany each party. Parties leave Los Angeles August 2. 16 and 30; September 13 and 27. Call or address A. PHILLIPS A CO., 116 W. First St., Los Augeles, CaL jy27-tf U~~ NION PACIFIC EXCURSIONS — FREE sleeping-car accommodations. No cr ange of cars between Los Angeles and Kansas City stopping en route 24 hours at Salt Lake City and six hours at Denver. Leave Los Angeles July 10 and 19, AugUßt 7 and 21. For tickets, berths, and all information call on or address GEO. F. COTTERAL A CO., No. 236 N. Main Jy3tf BURLINGTON ROUT* OVERLAND EXCUB sions are essentially first class. Leave Los ADgoles August 2, 16 30, September 13,27. Free sleeping ears, equipped with new mat tresses, blankets, pillows, curtains, tables and carpets Burlington agents and colored porters accompany eech party through route, via Salt Lake City (24 hours), Denver and Omshaor Kansas city to all points East. Scenery by day light a Bpeclal fcaturo Sierra Nevada Moun tains, Salt Lake City. Black Canon, Marshall's Pcss, Grand Canon, Royal Gorge, etc. Call on or address J. B. QUIGLEY, agent c, H. A Q. R. ■R.. 112 North Spring st . Los Angeles. jyL-M_ ! tiT»l'«: THE LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Musio, 406 8. Main St., will remain open for summer pupils. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, W~ OODBURY'S BUSINESS" COLLEGE, 159 South Spring st, Los Angeles. Cal. For information, address F. C. WOODBURY. Prin cipal, Los Angeles, CaL Jy27-tf_ 08 ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, cor. Templo and New High sts. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS." Prln. Jy_3ot Saint margaret'3 sohool-a church io day and boarding school for girls Pasadena; number of boarding pupils limited to six. Ad diess for circulars, MRS. GEO. A. CASWELL, look box 939. Pasadena, Cal. jy24J.m^ ~» BOARDING AND" DAY SCHOOL fOB t\. young ladies aud 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 Been daily from 1 to 3 p. sc. at 405 S. Fo;t St., after that date at the school on Hill st. jy3 lm* WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1888. \ 'I! M 'II > I S. 4 GRAND OI'ERA HOUSE. H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager FIVE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE, COMMENCING TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1388, Special engagement of tbe Eminent Irish Comedian and Vocalist, T. J. F A R R O N , 'Late Baker <Si Farron), In the funniest of all Musical Comedies— : A SOAP BUBBLE!: Under the management of J. H. Dobbins. Seats now on sale. jy26td gECOND ANNUAL FAIR —or THE— LOS AXGEL.ES county POItIVLOtiICAL SOCIETY OPENS SEPT. 17, CLOSES SEPT. 22. In honor of the annual session of the Sovereign Grand Lodge t 0. O. F. ot the World. Open for competiilou to Southern California. MR. C. M. HEINTZ is authorized to publish premium lifts, collectartistic material, etc., etc. Send for premium lists and apply for space to IHOS. A. GAREY, jy2(i sepl7 cow Superintendent. CIALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM, I North Main street, near First. THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT. Week Commencing Saturday, July SB. !-lIIO,VSTER BROW>—2 Entire change of attractions in Theater. First appearance of "BARUELLO," "The Hu man Volcano," a real Myal man of the Voudoo fire worshippers. He eats, drinks aud breathes firelights paper,candles, lamps, etc.. by simply breathing on them; kindles fire by simply touching his fingers to it, and sets fire to his breath,which burns like a gas jet, sending forth tongues ef flame several feet long. BIG. GAGLIABTRI. great Italian illusionist, EDWIN JOYCE aud VERONA CARROLL so ciety sketchers, and BURT ST. CLAIR, trick and fancy skater. •in Museum —THE JAPANESE VILLAGE. Bouvenlrs for the ladies. Doors open from 10 a. m. to 10 p m. Admission, 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra. m2l-tf UTENILWORTH OSTRICH FARM. THE Most Picturesque Pleasure Resobt Near Los Angeles. Unlimited space for picnic parties, for whtcn special rates will be given. Apply C. A. Sumner & Co , 54 N. Main street. Admission 25c. Sundays 10c. Round trip 25c. Take Temple street cable to Beaudry aye., and cars from Bisters' Hospital. MUSIC EVERY SUNDAY. myl3 6m THE GRANDEST BIGHT IN LOS ANGELES is the SIEGE OF PARIS! Main and Third sts. Open daily (including Sundays) from 9a. M. to 10 p. M Admission—2sc. je7-lm ATTORNEYS. CHASE & FORRESTER, EXAMINERS OF Titles and Abstractors, Room 35 and 36, Phillips' block. No. 1. jys-tf RTHUR L. SIfTON A. M., L. L.8., ATloR neyand Counsellor at Law, room 25, Mur rieta block, 127U New High St., Los Angeles, Cal. jylltf J. A. DONNELL C. W. BURRIS. DONNELL A BURRIB. LAWYERS, NO. W. First st, rooms 13 and 14. Los Angeles, Cal. jyll lm OMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR OHIO, IL linois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Kansas and Oregon. ¥.. P. Sutherland, Attorney-at-law, and Examiner of Titles. Room 16 Jones Block, up-stairs, Los Angeles. Jy2-tf society meetings. council a Regular meeting first and third Fridays, at Pythian Castle, 24 S. Spring st SAMPSON - LODGE, NO. lisT K. OF P.— Meets every Monday night at Castle Hall. No. 510 Downey aye., East Los Angeles. Hall over East Side Bank. LIVE LODGBTnO. 26, K. OF P.—MEETS every Thursday evening in Pythian Castle, 24 8. Spring, just below Firßt st. oTg. T., MERRILL LODGE, NO. 2997 . Meets every Saturday evening at Pythiau Castle, No 24 8. Spring st, just below First. JOHN~B.~FINCH~ LODGE, 1.0. ofT.—MEETS Tuesday evenings in Campbell's Hail, East Los Angeles. MORRIS VINEYARD LODGE, I. 0. G.T., NO. 126—Meets every Monday night. Hall, cor. Laurel and Main sts. RI-COLOR NO. 90, X.OF P.— Meets en Tuesday evenings In Pythian Cas tle, 24 8. Fpring st, ______ TOS" ANGELES~TY POG B; APHTC AL UNION, JU No. 174—Meets the first .Sunday iv each month at the G. A. R. Hall, Main st /JACNTLET LODGE, NO. 129, K. OF. P.— •T Meets on Monday evening, in Pythian Cas tle, No 24 8. Spring st. /GOODWILL COUNCIL, NO. 629, AMERICAN ■JT Legion of Honor-Meets on second and fourth Fridays of each month at their hall, 17- W. First st . J~ OHN a 7 LOGAN POST, G. every Monday evening in G. A. R.Hall, Mc- Donald bock, on Main st. LOS ANGELES LODGE, NO. 2925, ~K OF H.—Regular meetings are held every Wed nesday evening at 17 W. First st. GIELCICH POST, NO. 106, G. aTr—MEEIS T first and Third Fridays of each month in Campbell's Hell, East Los Angeles. ORANGE BRANCH COMMANDERY, No' 306, U. O. G. C —Meets every Friday even ing iv New Odd Fellows' Hall, Hayden block East Los Angeles. F~ RATERS IT V P.— Meets on second and fourth Wednesday evenings in each month at Pythiau Castle, 24 8. Spring sj, , SIGNET CHAPTER, NO. 57, R. A. M.-MKEI S statedly on the first Tuesday of each month, at 7:15 p.m., at Masonic Hall, cor. of Spring and First sts. LOS ANGELES COUNCIL, NO. 11, ROY AI and Select Masters, F. and A. M.—Holds its stated assemblies on tbe fourth Monday of each month, at 7:30 p. M., at Masonic Hall, Spring st, bet. First and Second. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. COJUR DE LION .Commandery, No. 9, K. T. — Holds its stated conclaves in tht asylum In Masonic Hall, cor. of Spring and First sts., on the third Thurs day of each month, at 7:30 r _. LOS ANGELES CHAPTER, R. aTm.—STATED convocations on the second Monday of each month, at 7:40 p. H , at Masonic Hall, Spring St., bet. First and Second. ANGEL CITY LODGE. NO. 3289, K. OF H.- Meets every Thursday evening in Camp hell's Hall, East Los Angeles. Helcich Ivoman'B beliefcorpsTng IT 22-Meets first and third Friday of each month, at 2 p. m., in Campbell's Hall, East Los Angeles. ET.COME~ LODGE, K\~OF H., NO. 3342— Meets first snd third Tuesdays in each month at Caledonia Ball, First st, let. Spring and Main. OSANGELES N0. _ Knights. A. O. U. W.—Meets every Monday evening in Can pbtll's Hall, cor. Downey aye. and Truman st., East Loa Angeles. LOS ANGELES LODGE. NO. 55, A. O. U. W.— Regular meetings every Wednesday even ing at A. O. U. W. Hall, Child's Opera House building, just below First st, on Main. merTcan leg1oY"of _ hon6r safety Council, No. 664-Meets second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month at iheir Hall, • 17 * "im St., De t Main and Spring. LOS ANGELES LODGE .NO. 35, I. O. O. F.— Regular meetings held on Wednesday cvon lug of each week at I. O. 0. F. Hall, Spring st, near First EAST SIDE LODGE, NO. 325, I. O. O. X. — Meets every Tuesday evening In Odd Fel -, lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downey aye., East Los Angeles. THE RAILROADS. A "Flyer" to Run From This City to Colton. FORTY-ONE MILES AN HOUR. The Fastest Trsjin West of the Missouri River—Gossip About the Depots. Los Angeles is to have the fastest pas senger train service west of the Rockies, in fact west of the Missouri river. Be tween this city and Colton is a piece of road running through a thickly-settled district, which makes it necessary .for stoppages to be made very frequently, sometimes at distances of only three miles. In spite of this, the run to Col ton, a distance of fifty-eight miles, has always been noted for being very fast, one of the trains making the run in two hours, another in two hours and ten min utes, and the third in two hours and thirty minutes. The Southern Pacific has determined, however, to eclipse all of theße, and in about two or three weeks from date a flyer is to be put on which will make the trip between the two poiuts named in one hour and twenty five minutes. This means a schedule time of forty-one miles an hour and allowing for stoppages it will neces sitate a running speed of over fifty miles an hour. Of course this flyer will not stop at every small station along the road, but it will call at all the important points, where passengers will have to be ready for the cars or else they will get left, for it will not have much time to spare. It will leave Colton for this city at a morning hour, not yet decided, and will return during the afternoon. This is to be an additional service and will not take the place of any of the present trains, which will run as usual. New special engines of increased weight and capacity are to be sent do wn for this ser vice and the company intends to make the train vie with any on tbe continent. The im portance of this new feature to the settlements along the road between here and Colton can scarcely be realized, for when it is in operation the run from Po mona to this city will be made in about forty minutes, and the time of commu nication between all intervening points will be reduced to a very small basis. Business men can now establish their residences forty or fifty miles out of town and yet make the trip to the city as quickly as a person living at the terminus of any of the streetcar lines. There is no other train in the State that will be able to attempt to compare with this service, as a reference to any time table will show. The run between San Francis co and San Jose, a distance of 50 miles is generally supposed to be a very fast one, but the schedule time is two hours all but two minutes. A com parison with the fastest line in the East will be interesting. This is conceded to be the Baltimore and Ohio Road in its run between Baltimore and Washington, a distance of about forty miles, and this the regular train makes in one hour and ten minutes, a rate of thirty-four aud two-third miles as compared with forty one miles on the run between this city and Colton. Of course this is not the cele brated Baltimore limited train, for this makes the trip between the places named in forty-rive minutes, a rate of fifty-three and one-third miles an hour. OFFICIAL CHANGES. The New Superintendent of the Cal. Iforsata Central. The following circular has been issued at the headquarters in this city of the California Central and California South ern Railroads: . Los Angeles, July 29,1888. Mr. John R. Qott having resigned the position of Assistant Superintendent of these companies, the oflice is discontin ued until further notice. Mr. George W. Sanborn is hereby ap pointed Superintendent of these compa nies, with oflice at San Bernardino. He Will have control of all matters relating to transportation, including the mechan ical and maintenance of way depart ments, and will reooit to the General Manager. This order will take effect August Ist, prox. Dan McUool, General Manager. The Sau l'edro Wharf, It appears to have been rather prema ture to state that the creasoting works at San Pedro are in full blast, as it will take about two months to put up the plant which will cost from $25,000 to $30,000. What is going on is that the piles are be ing stripped and seasoned, which is rather-a long operation, as all the fat must be extracted from the wood ere it is placed in the creasoting bath where an immersion of about 48 hours is neces sary. The timbers to be used are from 50 to 75 feet long and of stout Oregon pine. The square piles close to the shore which do not need creasoting are being driven and thus wcrk will soon be com pleted. A Suit Against the S. s?. Assistant Superintendent J. A. Muir, of this division of the Southern Pacific, is expected back to-day from Santa Bar bara. He has been there in the inter ests of the company regarding a suit for damages brought against it by William Dover. The first train that ran into San ta Barbara, when the new line was com pleted, ran into Dover, the engine strik ing him in the head and inflicting severe injuries. It is the opinion of the compa ny that Dover attempted to commit sui cide, but this he strenuously denies, and is endeavoring to obtain compensation for the damages inflicted on him. Charmed Willi the City Mr. T. P. Vaille, traveling passenger agent of the Union Pacific, left the city yesterday for Portland, Oregon. He an nounced himself as very much charmed with Southern California, and says he can give no other than favorable answers to the many interrogations that he is sure to receive about this place on his return East. He says that a number of injurious reports have recently been published back in "ths States about the decadence of commerce and property in Los Angeles, but he is satisfied that they are unfounded slanders and will say so. Pullman Passengers. The following Pullman passengers left yesterday for San Francisco and the north: By the 12:45 p. m. train—Mrs. E. F. Small, D. Bright Miller, 0. G. Noyes, Mr. Henderson, T. P. Vaille, Mr. Tubbs, Miss Whitson, Mr. Norman, J. P. Adolph, Mr. Garrison, L. A. Galbert, Mr. C. Brown, G. Rose, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Howell, P. L. Clark, Geo. Loomis, P. Hall, J. Rowan, Miss Sanborn, C. H. Swain, W H Cardson, Mr. Higgins. By tho 9:30 p. m. train—Mr. Grubt, Mr. Furbish, Mr. Tripp, Mr. Fox. Handsome Depots. The Southern Pacific is putting up some very handsome depots between here and San Fernando, since such a number of new towns have sprung up along that line, demanding an improved local service. At West Glendale a very handsome and unique building has been erected, and when the structure at Pa coima is finished it will compare favor ably with any along the line of the road. A Small Wreck. The east and west bound freight trains over the Central Pacific collided at An telope station at 4 o'clock yesterday morning. Ten cars were badly wrecked and three engines disabled. No one was injured. The track was badly blocked, and it was about six hours ere trains could pass by. General (.leanings. Mr. H. B. Wilkins, General Freight and Passenger Agent of the California Central and Southern, will arrive in the city to-day. Mr. Amos Burr, representative in this city of the Vanderbilt roads, left last night for San Francisco. He will return in a few days. General Manager McCool went out for a trip over the lines in his charge yester day in a special. He will probably return some time to-day. Train No. 17 was badiy delayed on the Northern Division yesterday, but suc ceeded in arriving only forty-five minutes behind time. Train No. 20 from the East was bulle tined four hours late last night on account of washouts. It was not deemed neces sary to make up a special at 9:30. A Burlington excursion will leave the city to-morrow. It has been well worked up by the able representatives of the company here and will be a most enjoy able affair. San Juan-by the-Sea is booming since the advent of the California Central, 800 excursionists visiting that place last Sun day. Another excursion is announced from Fullerton and Anaheim on August , 12th. Mr. William Pingree, who has been appointed acting agent at San Francisco of the Chicago and Northwestern Road vice W. _P. Stanwood, deceased, has gone to his headquarters after a pleasant sojourn here of a few days. A buffet equipment has been ordered by the Southern Pacific for its service between this city and San Francisco. It will form part of No. 20, leaving here for tho north at 9:30 p. m., and will come south on No. 19, arriving in this city at 7 P. M. COMMITTED SUICIDE. Result of the Inquest on the Body of Benjamin Ellison. An inquest was held at four o'clock yesterday afternoon on the body of Ben jamin Ellison, tbe plasterer who was brought into the station Monday evening for medical treatment. Dr. J. J. Choate testified to the jury which was impan eled, that he had been called to see the man at ten o'clock and had found him in a comatose condition from opium poison ing. He had tried to resuscitate him, but his efforts were fruitless. He died at three in the morning. There were no marks of external violence. William Harcourt, a plasterer, testified that he had known the deceased for two or three months. On Sunday Ellison came to him and asked for money with which to buy poison. Harcourt refused it, and afterwards heard him say that he had got the poison but that it was not the right kind to do tbe work. He had often said that he would kill himself, so the witness paid no attention to it. El lison had not done any work for a long time, and was drunk almost constantly. L. Brodie, a carpenter, said that he had known Ellison ten or twelve years. He wai born in Montgomery, Alabama, and had moved from there to Texas, coming here from the latter State. He was about thirty-eight years of age. He had been drunk and idle most of the time since coming to Los Angeles. He had said several times that he intended to do away with himself and not put his friends to any more trouble on his ac count. The jury brought in a verdict to the effect that death was the result of opium poisoning, and that the said poison was taken by the said Ellison himself with suicidal intent. After the Apaches. The telegraphic news conveys the in telligence of another outbreak among the Apache Indians on the San Carlos Reser vation. The savages are quarreling amongst themselves, and Captain Lee, the post commander, cannot quiet them. It is feared that another raid throughout the country may be the outcome of the atiair, and the officers of the different posts have been ordered to arrest any roving parties. General Miles, accom panied by Lieutenant Gate wood, left on No. 19 last night for the scene of the dis turbance, and will remain in the field if anything serious occurs. Opinion at the army headquarters here is that the diffi culties will soon be adjusted. A Noted medico. Dr. A. C. Stoddart, the founder of the well-known Liebig dispensary of San Francisco and one of the most learned and successful specialists on the Pacific Coast, arrived here last evening. He will attend personally to all examinations of the Liebig World Dispensary which will be opened at 21 South Main street for a few days only. This will be a rare chance for all to consult the renowned doctor. For Cleveland aud Tim rin an. A Cleveland and Thurman Democratic Club has been formed at Whittier with Mr. W. G. Worßham, head bookkeeper of the Los Angeles Furni tine Company, as its President. Eighty-four members enrolled at the meeting on Saturday night, which was a rousing and enthusi astic affair. FIVE CENTS. THE RACES. Indications of a Splendid Week's Sport. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. The Pavilion to be Crowded With Exhibits—Latest Stable Notes. Racing men are of the opinion that next week's sport at the Agricultural Park will be the best since the first event was decided at that place, and if the un tiring efforts of Secretary De Camp and his assistants can make it so there is little doubt but that their hopes will be realized. The stock on the ground is all doing well and the trainers state that the Palo Alto stock will contest all the races for which they have been entered. Lady Helen has been entered by P. Robson for the half mile dash on the first day, but this is a mistake as she is the prop erty of Tom Williams, the noted turfite of Stockton. The programme for the week has been arranged as follows: Monday, to be devoted to receiving goods, assigning space to exhibitors, en taring stock, etc., and the announced speed contests. On Tuesday the judges will inspect tbe live.stock and this will be followed by Indies' equestrian entertainments, with the regular speed programme in the afternoon. Wednesday will be the children's day, and there will be an exhibition of ponies of all grades and ages, the prizes to be awarded ranging from $10 upwards. Gentlemen's single and double driving and saddle horses will also be on vie w and the speed programme will wind up the day's sport. Thursday will be devoted to the grand stock parade and regular races and is sure to be a heavy gate day. For Friday a basket picnic and baby show is announced and in the afternoon some of the best racing of the week will occur. The event of the day will be a contest between the 2:20 trotters, and among those who are entered are W. H. Searle's "Alfred 5.," the Palo Alto farms "Hindaßosa," O. A. Hickok's "Conde" and other noted animals. Saturday, the closing day, will be de voted to another grand stock parade and a general wind-up of the festivities. Some good racing is announced for the afternoon, the programme including two running and three trotting events. THE EXHIBITS. The exhibition in tbe Pavilion promises to be a very imposing spectacle, and nearly all of tbe room has already been taken. San Bernardino will be largely represented, and so will the Chino ranch stock farm,which will have about twenty one exhibits aggregating in cash valne $150,000 and including a handsome four in-hand of Clydesdale stallions. The Hon. H. AL La Rue of Sacra mento, who is to act as presiding judge of the races and superintendent of the Pavilion display, will arrive in the city on Saturday and will make his head quarters at the Hotel Westminster. Mr. La Rue who was formerly President of State Agricultural Association, and acted, it will be remembered, asjudge of the the California State Senate and is now a member of the Board of Directors of the races last year, and the fairness of his decisions has made everybody anxious that he should again be selected in the same capacity. A large number of rac ing men are expected from all parts of the State, and the week will doubtless be a lively one. CHINESE TROUBLE. '.'lever Capture of a Hlfrtiblndcr by Detective McCarthy. The factions in Chinatown have been making more trouble. Yesterday mora ing Hing Sue, a prominent man among the Highbinders, set upon Ah Fat, a Chinese merchant, evidently with the in tention of killing him. The affair took place in Nigger Alley. Hing struck Fat in the forehead with a pair of brass knuckles, knocking htm down and cut ting him severely. As he lay on the ground Lue jumped on him and beat him about the head, gashing him in a number of places. Hing Sue then drew a revolver and shot the prostrate mer chant in the leg. By this time a consider able crowd baa gathereil. and fearful lest the police should make a descent upon them the friends of Hing hurried him away and kept him out of sight. A few minutes later a representative of the law was on hand in the shape of Detective McCarthy. He i mmediately began a diligent search for Hing, but at first was unsuccessful. The Highbinders had no intention of allowing any of their men to bs taken up if they could help it. In the course of tho afternoon a meeting was held of Chinese merchants and the de- tective was informed that every effort would be made to secure the man and give him up to justice. Thsi encounter was believed to be only a preliminary skirmish to a genuine warfare, which is likely to begin before long in the Chinese quarter, and there was a very lively desire on the part of the police to have the offender brought to light. Yesterday evening Detectives McCarty, Metzler and Harris went down into China town with the intention of making a thorough search. One particular house had been pointed out by an informer as the probable hid ing place of Hing Sue and the detectives were about to make a descent upon it. Suddenly the spy touched McCarty on the arm and whispered, "Quick! There he is." The detective turned like a flash and had the Highbinder in bis grip before he could tell that any one was near. The Chinaman was game and instantly demanded a sight of the war rant. He was taken by the detectives to the room where the Wounded Ah Fat lay, who identified him as his Would-be mur derer. He was marched in triumph to the station and entered under a charge of assault with intent to murder. Hing is not ignorant of the ways of the law. He refuses to speak until he has seen a lawyer. It was a very clever capture and will do much to head off the effort ol the Highbinders to get control in Loa Angeles. Undelivered Telegram*. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph office, No. 8 Court street, at 10 p. m., July 31th: F. F. Lloyd, Adolph Mohr, Wm. G. Hughes. Robt. Gatenby, W. L. Vance.