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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXX.—NO 177.
Ami'SKIIESiTS.
C" 1 RAND OPERA" HOUbB.
X B. C. Wy att. lessee and Manager.
ONE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCT. 1,
Matinee Saturday.
The Success of the Season!
The Charming and Versatile Comedienne,
I-ISS VERONA JARBEAU
In her Sparkling Musical Comedy,
3 T \ II I, I 4; 11 T I
Replete with a harmonious blending of Pretty
Uougs, Witt' Sayiugs,Comical Situations,
aud a Blight Suushlno of Music.
Supported by a Company of Acknowledged
Vocal and Comedy Ability.
Pretty Faces! Exquisite Toilettes!
Elegant Costnmes! Magnificent Scenery!
The Funniest Play ever written I
Under the Managemeut of
JEFF D. BERNSTEIN.
/ 1 RAND OPERA HOUSE.
UT H. 0. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager
Four nights and Saturday Matinee,
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20.
Consolidation of the comedy stats,
W. A. MEBTAYER,
THERESA VAUGHN
and AMY AMES,
With a star cast of comedians. The strongest
and test farce comedy organization now before
the public, presenting C. A. Byrne's latest mu
sical farce comedy success,
THE KITTY.
A host of clever comedians. A rosebud gar
den of p-etty girls. Bright, new and sparkling
music. See the Premier Danseuse, "Na jy."
Laugh at the funny characters Ail the spe
cialties new and bright. Fu'l of originality,
humor, singing, fun and witticisms.
No advance in p ices. Seats now on sale. sl9
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
T. W. Okey, Lessee and Manager.
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY!
The Event of the Seasoa.
miss ROSE WOOD,
Supported by the Holden-Vinton Company.
Sunday, )
Monday, > The Red Pocket Hook.
Tuesday, )
ThuX?'i W » ,,e >- S,a ™
-Bau?day. | Blackmailer.
Saturday Matinee, East Lynne,
Prices as usual—2sc. and 50c.
Seats on sale at Swartz A Whomes, Hollen
beck Block. s2O
CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM & THEATER
North Main street, near First
Dqylk _ Isaacs, .Proprietors.
THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT
Week Commencing Sbitkmbkr 22.
MUSEUM.
THE MAMMOIH FASHION PLATE, a
mountain of lemtnlne fle'h, weighing 550
pounds. PROF. THfcO GKENIER, the great
Bohemian gla«s blow r and two wonderful
glass steam ci gines. SYDNEY FOERESTELL,
the champinn swoid swallower. Punch and
Juddy, etc., etc. ,
THEATRE.
First appearance of lOIIN RE.T AN, the great
Contortionist. WALTER GOI.DIE, the favorite
Comedian. FRANKS and O'DELL, the juve
nile s >ng and dance artists ED. TALBOTT,
unequaled in bis specialties.
Doors open from 10 a. s. to 10 ph. 1
Admisslou, 10c Reserved seats 10c. extra. '
SOUTH MAIN STREET, BET THIRD AND
Fourth sts., opposit i the Odd Fellows' arch.
UNEXCELLED
HORSE TAMINIi EXHIBITION. :
Commencing
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1888,
At 8 o'clock p. X., and continue two weeks.
Parties having horses with any bad vices,
viz.: K'cking, Biting, Runaway, Sbyiug, Hal
ter Pulling, Bad to Shoe, Bobing, Plunging,
Afraid of B.earn, Band of Music, Fire Crackers,
Buffalo Robe or sny other object, can have
them handled FREE OF CHARGE, by calling
at the office. s2(J-tf
OSTRICH FARM.
THE BEST PLEASURE RESORT IN SOUTH
ERN CALIFORNIA.
Ostriches of all ages, also Australian Emus
and other auimals aud h i ds.
Admission, 25 ctuts; Sundays, 10 cents.
Take T, mpie-s reet cars to Beaudry avenue.
Trains leave Sisters' Hospital: Week days—
7:30, 10:30 a. m.. 1:45.0:15 P M. Sundays—
9:30, 11:00 a. m., 1:00. 2:30. 4 and 6:15 p. M
A large assortment of feathers of all sorts and
colors for sa!c at reasonable prices. mylS-Om
CHILDREN'S C LAWS MEETS SATURDAY
afteruoon at PROF. FISCHER'S DANCING
ACADEMY. Class for .mall i hildren, from 2to
4p. M. For young ladies at 4p. M. Scholars re
ceived at an) time 827 3t
WASHINGTON GARDENS
08TRICH FARM
Is open daily from 8 o'clock a m. until 6 p. _
Admission ouly 25 cents.
Main-street cars stop . t tl c gate.
814 lm D. PEA RL, Lessee and Mac*aver,
THE GRANDEST SIGHT IN LOB ANGELES
is the SIEGB OF PARIS I Main and Third
sts. Open daily (including Sundays) from 9a.
m. to 10p m Admission—2sc s7-1m
ANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertlstmeuts under the following heads
inserted at the rate of 5 cents per live for each
insertion.
KOMMTUIH4I,
NIGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANGEcEs BUSINESS
Colleve and English I rain ng School. Tern
pie and New High sts D. B. WILLIAMS, Pi In
slstf
McPHBKRON ACADEMY. 52G GRAND AYE.
Occidental University, Boy.c Heights. s24tf
A WILLHARTITZ, TBACHKB OF MUs-IC.
. Address by mall room 12, Lichtenberger
block, No. IV_ N. sep6-lm
BOF. „ LOEB BEGS TO IN ORM HIS
friends and pupils that he opens his Musi"
Parlors, 41 8. Spring St., September Ist, for the
season. «u3l-sfw-tf
fTIHE ELLIS COLLEGE, A BOARDING AND
J_ day school for young iadies, opeus Bept-m
-b=r 12th. For catalogue address HENRY LUD
LAM, the Ellis College, Los Ange es. au2!)lf
fTIHE LOB ANGELkS CONSERVATORY OF
J Music, No. 40G 8. Maiu St. Complete
course either iv music, art, laneuace or elocu
tlon. MRS. EMILY J. VALKNIINE. President.
LOS ANHELEB BCBIN7s3 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. aug3ot
00DBURY 7 8"bVmNE8S COLLEGE
—ANO—
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal
SESSIONS DAY AND EVBNINd.
For particular", call at office or address.
s2O-ly F C. WOODBURY, Principal.
TNBTIW7TB Of SHORTHAND.
TELEGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING.
24 W. First St., Los Angeles, Cal.
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION.
Theory and practice comb! ied. The proprie
tors, having each had many years of experience
in the arts they practice and teach, can guaran
tee perfect, satisfaction.
OPEN DAY AND KVKNINO.
S22lm LONG LEY & WAGNER.
DGAR - MOO RE, EX PERT ACCOUNTANT,
r00m44 Downey Block. Practical double
entry book-keeping taught in 30 days Special
attention given to 101 ms and systems of books
adapted to county anil city officials and cor
porations. Complicated books and accounts
adjusted. Office hours—9 to 3 and 6:30 to 8:30
p v. a"«3lff
ATT—H »— *
EXAMINERS OF
Titles and Abstractors, Room 3d and 36,
Phillips' block. No. 1. s5-tf
RTHUR L. SIFTON A. M , L. L.8., ATlOß
ney and Counsellor at Law, room 25, Mur
rieta blook, 127H New High st, Los Angeles.
Cal. slltf
PERSONAL,.
"wt'NsioS ATioknkY a'ki)
L GEO. it. WOOLF, 11 Temple ot.. room 10.
slstf
MADAM LULU YOI'.NU — KEVKALS BY
egga aud cards, 111 8. Main st. sl7-lm*
WANTeD — SECOND-HAND FURNITURE"
large or small lots. Address C. 8., p. o
tox 404. b2l lm
ENRY—IP YOU WANT APE KFKCT AND '
stylish fitting suit, go to Goidan Bros . 22 '
8. Spring. JOE. 522 lin I
DIVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A BPEOI
-alty. Advice free. W. W. HOI.COMB. At
oruey, 11 Telnple street. Room 10-12 aug2f»-tf ;
/-JORDAN BROTHERS, THE LEADING TAIL- f
VJ ore, give the best satisfaction, as all their -
Clotlies are made un in the city. 522 lm
JAMES—THE SEASON MY ULOTH-B FIT '
0 B ) nice, is b, cause are made by Gordan !
Bros, 22 8. Spriug. J ACK. s'22 lm 1
COOKE 4 VAN VRANKEN, AUCTIONEERS
302 I os Augeles St., near Aliso st, will sell 1
at pub'ie auction every Satuiday, Horses, Car- J
riages Wagons, Harm ss, Fanning Implements, t
etc. Sale at 11 o'clock snarp. s2l lm c
A WIDOWER, 38 YEARS WIl'H SOME J
fx means, desires the acquaintance of a mid- -
die-aged lady or widow of some means; object -i
matrimony; good qualities preferred to good
looks. Address J , box 50. Hebald office, s
525 4l* I
I|RS PARKER, CLAIRVOYANT, CoWuLT '
111 tations on business, law suits, mineral spec I
ulations, love, marriage, absent frfends, dis- 1
eases, life-reading, etc. 28 South Spring street, ,
Roorn_ls. 9a.H.t06 p. m. aug29-tf j
MIBS M. A. JORDAN—HAS JUST ARRIVED «
from New York with a full aud complete ''
line of millinery goods, embr dug all the I'ar- j
isian fashions iv style and colors. Her rtock is *
the largest in the city and Miss Jorda» respect- 8
fully iuvltes fiieuds and patrons to her reoms "
at 242 8 Springst. t26-3t J
hPlßtil 4jL nn»Ti«;fc,s. n
Mrs. r. p. 8
Dressmaker at IJO W. Fifth st. 523-lm J,
IF YOU HAVE A HORSE TO SELL GO TO "
A. VENTURA STABLES, 25 S. Los Angeles 1
sIS-lm -I
TF YOU WANT TO BUY A HORSeTiALL g
J. at VENTURA STABLES, 25 8. Los Angeles v
sl3 lm a
CRAYON PORTRAITS — $25, $35 $45; 5
guaranteed freehand work. B. GILLAM, i
artist, "The Montrose," cor. Fourth and Maiu. I
slB lm* *
LTXCELSIOR " STEAM LAUNDRY-MAIN "
£j office permanently located at No. 15 West v
Second st. Lauudry 184 Wall st. All orders v
promptly attended to. Telephone 3G7. s2st.f 0
NOTICE TO HOME-SEEKERS—PLANS AND C
specifications for cottages $15; same to be -
built on easy terms, h»lf o»sh, half ou time. 1
I. FRIEDLANDER, architect, 104 N. Main st. J
524 12m 1(
TEST MEDIUM-THE STAR OF MYSTERY t)
give* names of living and departed f ilends: a
tells past, present and future; if satisfaction is a
not given, no pay. Office, 36 8. Main st. room o
59 and 00. 5 25 7t* -
Persons goi¥g~to""san" "dTego - CAN 1
fiud handsomely furnished rooms, with £
privilege of bath, wnhfu 3 squares of new post- ,
office. Terms reasonable. Apply NW. ror. 8 xth „
and Ash sts., Ban Diego. au29 lm* |
ATTENTION, HOTEL MEN—WE WANT TO o
lease our Hotel Inglewood to some good ii
party who will furnish same and run it iv good f<
style. Will make very favorable arrangements, h
or will sell hotel on reasonable terms. Call on »
or apply to CHILDS & SILENT, No. 88. Main ~
st., Los Auge'es, Cal sIG-tf J
WAN«EI>—MA„E HbLpT v
W^~a^Tted— a'saTl VnD aWNisi?iiAKEIT t!
Apply at once. HUFF & DOBBON, 102 ii
| Second Bt„ slSif o
WAvrKM—FK fiAsTi; lIIEEP. 8
GIRL 'TO Tso bEWtaAL *
housework Call ut 310 8. Fort st. b2B It a
WA NTED—A~LADY ~BOOKKaEPBR WHO 7
thoroughly understands bookkeeping 5
Address Box 1474, stating terms and reference f
sl9lot i,
WANTED— A YOUNG" OIKL, ABOUT 15 1
years of age, to act as nurse girl. Apply ,
at No. 422, SE. cur. of Twelfth st. aud Myrtle
aye. s2B it*
WANTED — 3 APPRENTICE GIRLS, BE- a
tween the aces of 15 and IS years, for mil- n
liner) ; those living with their parents prefer- 11
red. Call at J. T. SHEWARD'S, Saturday, bet. •>
10 and 12 a.m. s2B it* n
—_____ tl
ttAM<i;u-«iii;rifn,vs. *
WANTED— A MTCIATION AS COACHMAN; ti
years of experience with horses. Address $
s W . Ils:iiald office. s2B 3t* j
W*l\ •••«>— |HIS<'S;|,H[V. lUlx. ~~ *
YV ANTED—Io BUY—OLD GOLD AND HIL- A
" ver. 7'/. Commorcial St., Room 1. sG.3m
WANTED— HOOFS TO P-INT-I.EAKY
roots a speci-lty; work guarranteed. *
Address, JOHN SWEENEY, 402 S. Fort St. 1
523-7t* J
ANTED—TO RENT 600 TO 1,000 ACRES £
of good barley land, in oue body or In -
same locality. Address or call on J. J. GOS- 1
PER. 33 S. Spring St. s2stf J
WANTED TO RENT—FU RNI SHE D~ HO USE *
of f om 5 to 10 rooms, convenient to _
business part of the city. This is for good ■_
tenant who is Killing to pay good price for I
suitable p.ace. Apply to M J. NOLAN & CO., a
10 8 Springst, 820 £
KIH Ks Vl' -KO"iTISL _
FOR RENT—OFFICE ROOMS TO"RENtT'N 1
California Bauk Building. Elevator. J
523-7t f
I7>OR RENT—TH H; WHOLE UPPER Fi.OUR *
. of No 14 South Main St., over Aocker- -
blum's drug btore. Lately occupied by Dr. de
Ssigethy. 527-3t
t~~ riOR~RENT—A SUIT OF TWO LABOS ELE- J
1 gantly-lurulshed rooms with use ol bHh, at. n
5413 Bprugstreet.no other roomers. Tins p
1 without d.,ubt. one of the best furnished and 8
most desirable suit of rooms for reut in the =
city Parties not willing to pay well for extra
good accomodations uecd lot apply. For par
ticulars apply to M J. NOLAN &CO , I<S S. '
Sp-ingst. s2O-3t
_— ti
„ „ *' , J! U l»»:i\'l —M«»|I«IIHs>. _ li
IjlOR RENT-ONE" HUNDRED 1
! parts of the city. A. L. TEELE, corner -
Secoud and Fort sts. s2-tf
FOR RENT—A BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE OF 1
tfvo rooms, on Temple St., close in; nice *
lawn and shrubbery; house has all modern im- P
provements; rent $30 per month; furniture for *
sale for $250: cost over $400 two months ayo *
Apply to M J. NOLAN <4 CO,, 10 3. Spiing st. r
s2tl-3t '
"iTVDrt ItENT — LODGING-HOUSE OF 10 *
P rooms, on Spring, near Third; rent reason- J
able and good lease; furniture has only been •
used one mouth: can now be bought for one- **
naif what ft cost, as owner is compelled to ,
leave the city on account ol other business; ■
Pice $700; this i-i a birgaiu. Apply to M.J. «
NJLAN & CO., 10 8. Bpring st. 526-3t ~
(.IOR RENT — LODgTng-HOUSE OF 25 1
r rooms, loc.ited near tbe cor. of Main aud J
First sts.; rent reasonable and long lease; this 1
is a flrsMilsss house iv every respect, and one 1
of the beat-paying houses In tbe city; the furni
ture and carpets are almost new, and can be 5
bought now for one-half tbe actual cost; house
is cleaiing at present over $200 per month; '
sickness the only reason for selling: price of ;
furniiuro and lease, $2,000 Apply to M. J. '
NOLAN & CO., 10 3. Spring St. 526-3t .
I7IOK RENT-LOT ABOUT'lobxlSO FEET, :
1 bet. Seventh and Eighth, on 8. Main; will
lease from Ito 5 years. Apply D. BOTiI.I.ER, '
No 743 8. Spring, s2B lm*
OR RENT—STORES ON MAIN, SPRING,
Fort and other streets; hotels, apartments,
houses, etc. A. L. TEELE, corner Second and .
Fort sts. s2 tf 1
AHUM I I r:«: < «• (
w. Davis,Tr'chitecY, s.
V.J Spting St., Los Augeles, Cal. BZZtt
WR NORTON, ARCHITECT, 30 N. SPRING
. St ! 12t L
1 /SbsTERfrAN - _ FORSYTH, ARCHITECTS,
. \J rooms 21 and 22, 23 8. Sp.lng st., Les An
j geles. sl2tf
bTyoUNG. ARCHITECT. ROOMS 8 AND
. 9, Roeder block, 23 8. Spring St., Los An
geles, Cal. «12tf
"f \f hTroullier, architec r. sketchsa
, ill . and estimates at short notice. No. 33 8.
Spring st, room 19. sep6 lm*
PETERS & BURNS, ARCHITECTS, ROOMS
5 and 6, Howe's block, 128 W. First st. Su
. pervlilng architects, National Soldiers' Home.
IJ sl2tf
FXil DAY MOENING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1888.
SALE.
FOR SAI.K-$350-GREAT BARGAIN —HA-
loon aud lodging house. Eureka House,
Pomona, across from the 8. P. Depot. sl9-10t
FOR SALE—PROPERTY IN MONROVIA,
I asadena and ou Vermont aye., south. For
particulars apply to L. F. QUIMBY, P. O. box
«»* _ '_ s2O-3ra
01 A(.— VVILL BUY A GOOD BAY HORSE,
HP I W 10 years old, huggv. harness, aud
wnip_ Caa be seen at 70 New York aye., Boyle
Heith's. or at this office. 523-tf
I post SALE-300 GOOD WINE PIPES FOR
.'sale. Inquire at Nadeau Vineyard, Flor
ence, or of S. B. CASWELL, corner of Marcr.es
sauli, and Alameda sts. 523-10t*
IjlOR SALE — THOROUGHBRED JERSEY
! cows snd heifers at greatly reduced prices:
high grade cow- , fresh and in calf. Address
MR-i. F. J BARRETTS Downey, or stock cau
be seen at Forest Grove Ranch, near Downey.
«28 71*
MOR SALE — SALOON AND BUILDING,
JL' stock an I lixtures. and a five years' lease on
the lot, 50x150. Noci.y license; expense 50fi. a
day. Daily sales from $10 to $22 Price
#1 200. fuquire of owner, West Washington
and \ ermont aye.. end of car line. f23ot*
FOB BALE—THE BEST PAYING CIGAR
stand in the eif*, located on Springst., near
First; rent reasonable and long lease, place do
ing a business of $25 per day, sickness the only
ieasou for selling, will iuvoico stock, which
will amount to about $400 Apply to M. J.
NOLAN & CO., 16 8. Springst. 526-3t
FOR SALE-HALF INTEREBT IN FIHBT
closB restiurant, near the cor. of Second
aud Spriug sts.; rent reasonable aud 4 years'
lease; p'ueedoinga business of over $fOO per
day: price of half interest to light parly only
$300. App y to M. J. NOLAN & CO., 16 S.
Spring it. 526-3t
FOR SALE—SALOON LOCATED NEAR THE
cor. of First and Spriug sts.; reut $75 per
month aud ioug lease, place doing abusi»es«
of $30 per day; pi Ice of stock and fixtures and
lease $1,000; this is a snap. Apply to M. J.
NOLAN &. CO , 16 8 Springst. 526-3t
FOR BALE—AN OLD AND WELL-ESTaB-
Ushed clothing store ou Main st, near Tern
pie; rent only $150; long lease; as the owner is
goiug tv retire from business he is willing to in
voice 6tock and sell at a discount; stock will
amoun'. to abort $10,000. Apply to M J.
NOLAN & CO . 16 S. Spring st. »36-3t
FOR SALE—AN OLD AND WELLESTAB-
IiBbed weekly newspaper in one of the
most flourishing towns in Southern California;
the subscription and advertising for the past
vesr has netted the owners about $4,000; but
now, as they are compelled to leave on account
of private business, they offer their entire
plant for $2,000. Apply to M. J. NOLAN" &
CO , 16 8 Spring st. b26 3t
FOR SALE-AN OLD AND WELL-ESTAB
li»hed hardware and tin store, centrally
located and cheap rent; three years' lease; store
clearing at present over $400 a mouth, which
the books will show; the stock will invoice
about $2,500; owners are willing to invoice
and sell at cost Apply to M. J. NOLAN &
CO., 16 S. Spriug st 820 3t
FOR SALE—THE BEST-PAYING REBTAU
rant in the cily of Los Angeles; very low
rent aid long lease; seating capacity about 250;
this place is thoroughly established; has a
steady and increasing business, and is clearing
at present about $1,000 per month; present
owner is unexpectedly called East to Bettle up
i —portent business, which is the only reason
for making the sacrifice; this business can be
liounlit if taken at ouce for $5,000. Apply to
M. J. NOLAN A CO., 16 8. Spriug st. 526 3t
FOR SALE—6OO ACRES OF LAND IN LOTS
to suit purchaser, situated at St. James, 2J£
miles uorth of Orange, Cal., on the main line of
the Santa Fe. Th's property comprises some of
the finest fruit, Harden, alfalfa and corn lands
in Fauta Ana valley. There are four dwellings,
outbuildings, etc., on the property. All under
cultivation and having one ol the finest pipe
line water systems in Los Angeles county, and
will be sold on easy terms in ,10, 20 and 40
-acre lots. Also. 3 splendid lots on St Paul's
hill, west of Pearl st., in Los Angeles city.
73x184 ft Also, his beautiful residence, No!
509 Pearl st., near Sixth, also other property in
Los Angeles Cily. Cal. All the above property
is offered at easy terms by the owner, J. R. TOB
ERMAN, 241 N. Main st, L A. au3l fiilawtf
FOR SALE-THE BEST-LOCATED, BEST
paying aud altogether the most desirable
livery stab'e in tho city; stock of about 20
horses, between 20 and 30 good carriages; har
ness and everything pertaining to a first-class
livery business: place has also about 35 steady
boarders; nearly 4 years lease at a rental that
makes the lease worth at least $3000 bonus;
this business has paid the present owner over
$15,000 profit the last year, and is now paying
a clear profit of over $1000 per month; this en
tire biiß uess can be bought if taken at once for
$8000, which is not more than half its value;
present owner fortunately is abe to retire from
active business, consequently has decided to
sell thi3 business at the above sacrifice price.
Apply to M. J. NOLAN & CO., 16 3. Spring Bt.
526-3t
FOR SALE-City Property.
IjlOR SALE-LARGE CORNER'LOtT'FEW
' feet from car live, on Boyle Height". A bar
gain; must beiold. Address OWNER, Box 80,
this office. 527-5t
FOR SALE—GOOD 4 ROOM HOUSE, WITH
lot 50x150; water; price $850, part cash;
bargain; must sell G. W. ARMSTRONG,
composing room, Hebald office. s2ltf
FOR SALE — GREATEST CHANCE EVER
offered. To those who will build I will sell
fine, well-located lots ou five years' time, 8 per
cent Interest; no cash payment. B. 8. HAY'S,
34 N. Spring st. 823-lm
IjlOR SALE-$25 CASH AND $10 PER MONTH
! buys a lot on horse car line; 30 minutes
Irom center of city; prices $200 to $500; pure
water free; cheaper than reut. A. L. TEELE,
agent, Second and Fott sis. s2tf
•/«••• !» * !,!•:—Country Property.
MOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
r property—2oo acres fine foothtll land, ten
miles fiom Los Angeles; low price; water
piped ou land. Call on B. 3. HAYS. 34 N.
Springst. , 523-lm
TO EXCHANGE.
ACRES NKARUNI
-1 ver,ity, 7-room housp. baths, windmill aud
tank enclosed valued at $12,000 for house and
lot or lots in city. Address P 0., box 1867. E.
M FUNK. 627-4t*
mo exchange"— $30,000 worth bF uiT
I incumbered real estate in Pasadena, one
piece improved and paying $2,010 per annum.
For centrally located Los Angeles City im
proved or unimproved property "address. OWN
ER, giving lull particulars, P, O. box 655, Los
Angeles, Cal. au3l tf
O EXCHANUE—IO,r~267~3O7 40 OR 50
acres of No. 1 improved valley land in the
flue-t irrigation district in Southern California,
suitable for all kinds of fruit and vegetables, at
the real cash value; only 21 miles from Los An
geles; near good towns and 2 railroads, Santa
Ana valley; for Los Angeles, Pasadena, Santa
Monica or Eastern city property. U. H. GOWEN,
9 N. Main st. s2B 3t*
RUNimtKft «:M»N<ui<.si
iflOR BALE—BAKERY AND CONFKCtION
-1 cry; good trade: teams and wagons in the
city of Santa Ana; population 7,000; a bargain.
Address MODEL BAKERY, Santa Ana, Cal.
525 7t*
C&KIWI iWIIITO LOAN—ROOM 23, SCHU
©OvV.UUU macher Block, A. J. VIELE.
523-lm
MONeYTo~LOAN— McCOON & STRONG, 5
S. Fort st. sl3-tf
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ONEY TO~ LOAN— APPLY TO HENRY
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ONEY TO LOAN, ONLY ON BEST SECUR
tty, in sums of not less than $1,000.
ROBT. HARDIE, 81 and 83 Temple Block.
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RAWFORD a Mccreary still loan|
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t" jIbUND—THE CHEAPESTANuBESi''PLACE
to hiro buggies and carriages, Ventura
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ises, cor. E. Pico and San Pedro sts , n ghtof
September 26th, t'nrfus pontes; dak chestnuts;
good mates; branded C. R. on right ihouMer.
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: HEOIIEAR PHYSICIANS.
nR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIST
Oflice 25 North Maiu St. Office Honrs. 9a.
: ft. to 4 r. M.,7t08 p. sr. spltf-d&w
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Specialties: All private diseases and dis
eases ol women. Consultation free. 526-tf
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\J. Spring St., rooms 33 and 34. Hours Irom
11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual
'li.- eases aud chronic diseases in general. s24tf
DR. O M. BCHULTZ, 24 S. SPRING ST.,
female diseases, sexual, rectal aud skin dis
eases a specialty. Hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 5, 7 to 8.
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Angeles. Oflice hours, 9a.m.to 12 at. and 2to
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tJ 8. BALIBBURY, M. D . HOMtEPATHIST.
k}« Olflce, room! 11 and 12, Bryson block cor.
First aud Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pearl
St. Oillce hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 3tosp. m.
telephone Nos,; Oflice 597; residence 577.
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men a specialty. Dr. Smith has the exclu
sive use ol the Briukerhoffpatnless system ol
treatment for rectal diseases of L. A. city aud
county. Office, cor. Spring and Second sts., Hol
lenbeck block. e24tf
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Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur
gery (including gcnito-uriimry diseases) and
diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N.
Spring st. Hours, 9to 12, 2to 5. s24tf
REBECCA LEE DORBEY, M. D.,OFFICE, NO
7\4 N. Main St., rooms 8 and 9. Bpeciala -
teutionpaid toobstetrics, gynecology, diseases
of chest and throat and children's" diseases.
Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to
p. M. Telephone, No. 513. Night calls prompt
answered. s24tf
EROBBINB, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND BUR
• geoc, corner of First and 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. Office hours 10 to 12, 2to 4 and 7
to 8. Telephone 70. 810-tf
no ti ■;«>!> t i ills. i s.
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cor. Third and Spring sts. s 12-tf
EA. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE 21 8. FORT
. St. Hours Ito4p. m. Telephone 353.
R' siaence, 134 8. Hill St. 614
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Office Hours—ll to 12 a. ¥~ 2to 5 p. m.,
Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building,
Los Angeles, Cal. Residence 408 South Main
street. s9-tf.
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7 N. Spring St Telephone 605. 526-tf.
specila"LTst~s7~
DR. KWONG BHAW'lfA_^lpH_"SßCVKsS
ful physician and surgeon, cures all kinds
ol diseases of male and female, Internally and
externally. No. 122 Upper Main st au3o lm
OENTISTS.
DrTr. "g. cunninghamTzTkorth' MAIN
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DRS. CASE & CARROLL, DENTISTS. OF
flco. 41 8. Spring st Gold fillings, $3 and
upwards; gold and platina fillings, $1.50;
amalgam fillings, $1; cement, 81. Extracting,
50c ; gas, $1 extra. Gold and porcelain crowns
and bridge work, cheapest in city. Sets of
teoth, $6 to $10. All woik guaranteed, all 6m
1882—established—1882
DR. L. W. WELLS, DENTIST, ROOMS NOS.
6 and 7, No. 23 S. Spriug st. Gold filling,
$2 and up; gold and platina alloy, $1.50: com
position, $1; filling root. $3; set teeth on rub
ber, $10; on silver, $25; on aluminum, $30.
My new improved aluminum plate will cure
all diseases olthe mouth caused by rubber 3<;t
of gold, $50 and np Gold crown, $10 and up.
Filliug teeth aud bridge work a specialty. Teeth
extracted, 50c; without pain, $1. au4 12m
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fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by
vitalized air or nitrous 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 misfit is impossible.
All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
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from 10 A. M. to 12 m. Night calls answered
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EXCURSIONS.
jjn'ion pacTficcfVerland excdrbionT
free sleeping cars from los angeles
to the missouri rlvf.r without
CHANGE.
The Union PRCiflc management hare recently
completed an elegant lineof fmproved FAMILY"
SLEEPING CARS tor Southern California busi
ness, fully equipped with mattresses, curtains,
blankets, pillows, carpets, towels and toilet ar
tides. Express trains, quick time and beauti
ful scenery.
Separate berth for each passenger.
These excursions will be run W E U X LV, com
mencing Wednesday. October 10. 1888 Re
member the dates: EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Colored porter (in uniform) accompanies each
car.
For tickets, berths and other information, call
on or address
A. J. HECHTMAN,
s2B 236 N, Main st, Los Angeles.
TiIREE OVERLAND EXCURSIONS VIA DEN
-1? ver and Rio Grande Railway, Salt Lake City
and Denver, leave Los Angeles September
20th, October 4th and 18th, November Ist and
15th. Mattrasses, curtains, blankets, pillows,
etc., free of charge. For furtberpartieularscall
or addreßS F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st.
Los Angeles. s4
FREE EXCURSION—NO EXTRA CHARGE
for sleeping accommodations. Through
cars to Chicago without change. Only one
change to New York and Boston. Experienced
conductors, assisted by colored porters, accom
pany each party. Parties leave Los Angeles
October 11th, November Ist, 15th and 29th,
and December 13th and 37th, Call or address
A. PHILLIPS &CO., 44 N. Spring Bt, Los Au
geles, Cal. a27-tf
UNION PACIFIC EXCURSIONS —FREE
sleeping-car accommodations. Noctange
oi cars between Los Angeles and Kansas City
stopping en route 24 hours at Bait Lake City
and six hours at Denver. Leave Los Angeles 1
September 4 and 18, October 2,16 and 30. For <
tickets, berths, and all information call on or I
address GEO. F. COTTERAL A CO., No 236
N. Main st. s3tf
BURLINGTON ROUTE OVERLAND EXCUR
sions are essentially first class. Leave Los
Angeles September 27, October 11, 25, Novem
ber 8, 22. December 6. Free sleeping cars (sep
arate berths lor each passenger), equipped with
new mattresses, blankets, pillows, curtains, ta
bles and carpets. Burlington agents and colored
porters accompany eaoh party through. Route
via Salt Lake Cfty (24 hours), Denver and Oms ha
or Kansas City to all points East Scenery by
daylight a special feature; Sierra Nevada Moun
tains, Salt Lake City. Black Cafion, Marshall's
Pass, Grand Cafion, Royal Gorge, etc. Call on
or address J. B. QUIGLEY, agent Burlington
Route, 112 North Spring st, Los Angeles, sltf
FOE LEASE,
THE LOS ANGELES
Carpet Beating Works,
Situate on Alameda street above Woollen Mill
Reservoir, and a well established and good pay-
I Jng business, including a large building. 25x
70, both water power and steam power, which
can be utilized for other business besides car
pet cleaning, and a lot 200x200 feet
The lease of the present lessee expires on the
; Ist day of October.
l This is a good opportunity for anyone that has
but little money to take hold of a good paying
and well established business, as the owner has
- not got the time to give this business his per
- sonal attention. Some one that understands
f the carpet cleaning business preferred.
Will lease for a term of from 1 to 5 years.
personally to owner at 101 North Main
si lm SIDNEY LACEY.
IN TOWN.
The Übiquitous Reporter on
His Travels.
PENCIL PILsHING PABULUM.
Aii Innocent Old Lady Eobbed by
Pretended Officers-Other
Notes.
Mrs. Mary Jones, who liveß on First
street near the Gardner"House, has been
in trouble for some time over a peculiar
sort of a robbery to which she was com
pelled to submit several weeks ago. She
is an old lady living all alone, without
anyone to protect or befriend her.
She had a small amount of money,
about $50, the careful savings of a con
siderable period, hidden away in a trunk.
One afternoon about a month ago
four people, whom she bad never
seen before, knocked at ber door
and demanded admittance. One of them
was a Negro, two were Mexicans, and the
other was a mulatto woman. One of the
Mexicans, a very tough looking charac
ter, showed her a star which she took to
be that of a police officer, and produced
a paper which he affirmed was a search
warrant. The paper he said gave them
the right to go through her house irom
garret to cellar, aud they proceeded to
carry out this design. They broke open
every lock and tossed things about
promiscuously. When they came upon
the money one of the men pocketed it,
and they all soon after took their de
parture.
The old lady imagined that the war
rant was genuine, although she was un
able to account for its being issued. She
visited in succession each of tbe courts of
the city and found that no such warrant
had been recorded. She then under
stood that she had been robbed by this
trick.
OUE AMATEURS.
Tlie Plillnarmonlc Concert East
Night.
It is well known in musical circles
of this city that a Philharmonic Society
was organized in this city some four
months ago. During the summer tbe
members bave been holding rehearsals
with as much frequency and regularity
as possible. Last night the amateurs
favored the people of the city with their
first concert. Turner Hall bad been secured
for the occasion, and it was very prettily
decorated for the occasion. Among other
embellishments was a great variety of
rare plants furnished by the liberality of
Mr. Eugene Germain. The hall was
well filled with the most highly cultivat
ed people of tbe city, who listened with
critical ears to the rendition of the fol
lowing well selected programme:
part v
1. Le Nozze di Figaro (A D. 1786). W. A ■ Mozart
Philharmonic Orchestra.
2. Loerlcy—An unfinished opera—(A. D
1817) Frlix M< Mlrlmihn-Bartholdy
Miss K. W. Kimball and Philhar
monic Society.
3. Em Album-Blatt (A. D. 1850)
Richard Wagner
Philharmonic Orchestra.
4. Deck We the Pathway—Female Chorus
Robert Schumann
Philharmonic Society.
5. Sigh No More, Ladies—Glee. R. J. S, Stevens
Philharmonic Chorus.
PART 11.
1. Aye Maria (Preiude No. 1) Gounod-Bach
Pbilha' monio Orchestra.
•Z. Joy in Spring (Op 98, No. 1) Joachim Raff
Philharmonic Chorus.
;i. Schiller's Hymn to the Artists
Felix Mendelssohn-Barlholdij
Philharmonic Society.
4. In Silent Night—Folk-song. Joh. Brahms
Philharmonic Chorus.
5. Hail Bright Abode (The Tournament of
Bong—Tannhauser) R. H'ayncr
Prof. F. Bornemann and Philhar
monic Society.
It will be seen at a glance that there ia
a great deal of really ambitions effort in
these selections. As one glanced over the
numbers before the opening, the thought
as to how the amateurs would acquit
themselves would force its way rather
painfully in the mind. There is much
skill displayed in the selections. Most of
them are moderate in length, and there
is a good deal of variety in tbe music, so
that all tastes were likely to be pleased.
Without going into an analysis of the
numbers in detail, it must be said that
the entire programme was rendered in
an exceedingly satisfactory manner. The
instrumentation was of a decidedly high
order of merit. There are forty
pieces in the orchestra, produc
ing a good, solid body of har
monious effect. The vocalization was of
the same excellent style. There are
nearly 100 voices in the chorus, and the
pinging was well in time and in concert.
There are a number of unusually good ;
voices in the body of singers and they
were used with the very best effect.
The opening number is a particularly
happy one, and it was rendered in a
manner to do credit to a really preten
tious body of musicians. Number two
of the first part is a beau
tiful thing and its interpretation was
delightful. In the second part the open
ing number is of the sweetest character.
[ The players interpreted the theme with
fine feeling, and with the most impres
sive effect. In Schiller's Hymn the effect
was decidedly grand. The joyous and
triumphant strains of this matchless
composition were flung out over tho
audience with great force, and the ren
dition was most accurate.
The closing number, like tbe good
wine at the feast, was the best. The
orchestral arrangement is by Professor
Willhartitz, and the (accomplishment
of so difficult a task stamps
that gentleman as a musician of a very
high rank. Both the instrumentation
and the vocalization in this bit from
Wagner's difficult score were exceedingly
fine. There is no mistake the effort was
a remarkable success and the result re
flects tbe greatest credit on all who were
instrumental in the rendition of so well
selected a programme in so satisfactory a
manner.
The members of the society are as
follows:
The Directory—Gen. John C. Fre
mont, President; W. H. Workman, First
Vice-President; B. M. Marble, Second
Vice-President; E. F. Kubel, Secretary;
F. M. Hotchkis, Librarian; H. Jay
Hanchette, Treasurer. Directors: J. H.
Book, 0. A. H. De Szigethy, M. D.;
Judge Louis Gottsohalk, O. W. Green,
M. D.; E. M. Griffith, M. D.; Mrs.
Emily J. Valentine, Miss Jnlia O. Long.
Philharmonic Chorus —Miss A. G.
Bast, Miss Jennie Bieber, Mrs. J. H.
Book, Miss Elfy Bosbyshell, Miss Mary
Bosbyshell, Miss Gertrude Dyer, Miss
Carrie Z. Ernst, Miss Teresa Ernst, Mies
FIVE CENTS.
Bertha A. Fiske, Mrs. C. B. Gate wood,
Miss E. R. Griffin, H. R. Brown, J. F.
Brown, H. Burton, T. A. Crowell, 8. I.
Doster, I. M. Franks, Theodore
Fnese, J. W. Gardner, F. 0.
J. Grebj, E. M. Griffith, H. O. Haines,
Miss M. E. Haines, H. Jay Hanchette
Mrs. K. C. Homer, H. A. Hanraban
Mrs. Chas. J. Huey, A. Y. Harding, C.
Uartman, Chas. F. Helmfe, F. M. Hotch
kis. Miss Pearl Ireland, Louis Jacobs,
T. H. Jeremiah, E. F. Kubel, N. Laub,
Edward Lotz, Miss Julia O. Long, Mrs.
A. E. Luther, Mrs. R. E. Marx, Miss
Verne Mcintosh, B. M. Marble, E. Mc-
Culloch, A. E. Miller, R. W. Miller, Miss
Gertude Nea'h, Miss Emma Neubauer,
Mrs. Mary Nisbet, Mrs. S. Paine, Mrs. A.
Palmer, Mies Flora C. Preston, H. D.
Perry, A. W. H. Peyton, Mrs. V. Rine
hart, G. W. Ragland, E. W. R sch, Miss
Jennie Sheldon, Mrs. A. B. Stafford, Mrs.
B. Siransberry, Mrs. E. P. Sutherland,
Alfred Sanders. W. A. Beymour, D. F.
Sheldon, E. A. Slane, Geo. Steckel, W.
VV. Stewart, F. A. Strong, E. P. Buther
and, R. J. Thorpe, Miss Sadie I. Thomp-
K>n, Mrs. E. J. Valentine, Mrs. Paul
Wack, Miss Stella Walker, Miss Nellie-
V. Walsh, Mrs A. Wankowski, Miss
imalia Werner, Miss F. M. Wheeler,
Miss Alice Whitney, Miss Florence B.
rV illiams, A. L. Whitney, Mrs. Mathews.
Philharmonic Orchestra—First violin,
H. E. Hamilton, A. L,. Zilm, A. L. Zilm,
Tr., J. W. Camnbell, E. Wachtel, W. H.
Schilling, 0. W. Green; second violins,
W. Schmitt, F. C. Gottschalk, E. W ,
3arver, Chas. Valentine, J. Y. Biiggs,
Laurence Kolb; violas, W. Karbach, J.
L. Burbeck, H. G. Aylesworth; cellos,
Louis Heine. G. A. Olshausen; bassos, J.
I. Jeneral, T. M. Conner, Henry Balke;
flutes, Max. Lenzberg, A. C. Connor, G.
VV. Harding; piccolo, I. M. Franks;
oboes, W. S. Smith, E. V. Jones; clar
ionets, M. R. Green, F. W. Bowers, W.
F. De Sano; fagotte-saxophones, Chas.
F. Waldow, Wm. Arendt, E. H. Sey
mour; cornets, W. C. Glenn, G. E.
Lawrence, I. G. Gnase, Martin Neune;
horns, E. L. Merritt, W. R. Carter, Chas.
Conner, E. L. Webb; trombones, E. C.
Calvin, Henry Binder, Jas. W. Rue*,
tympani, Jas. C. Douglas; grande cassa
fiatti, Albert Beverly.
Los Angeles people have a very high
appreciation of so meritorious a body of
musicians as are comprised in this
organization. The following well-known
people of the city are regular subscribers
to the society :
Mayor W." H. Workman, Boyle Work
man, Miss Rice of San Bernardino, Mrs.
3. 0. Houghton, Mr. S. O. Houghton,
Ir., Barron and Barroness Rogi
nat, and party, Miss Thompson, Mrs.
E. F. Kubel, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hahnna, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Furrey, E. C. Sohnable,
Emma Newbauer, Mr. and Mrs. 8. J.
Mathes, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Austin, Mr.
md Mrs. M. C. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Lichtenberger.Mr.and Mrs.E. Harris, Mr.
andMrs.G.F. Conant,Miss Abbie Nettle
ton, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. March ant,
Harvey T. D. Wilson, Mrs. E. W, Jones,
Miss Jones, H. B. Botsford, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Jay Hanchette, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Newberger.Mr.and Mrs.A.Hamilton,Mr.
and Mrs. Hervey Lindley, Mr. and Mrs.
D. Malhlstedt, H. Merz, Mr. and Mrs.
G. J. Griffith, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. White,
Dr. and Mrs. Fellows, Miss Lillian Fel
lows, J. L. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Laventhal, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vandoren,
W. L. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bosby
shell, Mr. and Mrs. L. Boeder, Mr. and
Mrs. D. C. Hough, J. H. Polk, Mr. and
Mrs. M. H. New mark, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ducommun, Mr. and 'ire. Evan
E. Evans, Dr. and Mrs. W P. Keller,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Pilley. W. M. Van Dyke, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Heinzeman, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Hiller, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kays, Dr. and
Mrs Werniak, F. H. Longley and lady,
R. H. F. Variel and lady, Henry Hen
derson and lady, Major and Mrs. Stern,
Judge and Mrs. J. A. Anderson. Judge
and Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald, D. A. Mori
arty, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Orr, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Jevne, J. Bayer, R. L. Warner,
wife and daughter, Judge and Mrs. S. C.
Hubbell, Tudee E. B. Taney, Hon. and
Mrs. J. F. Humphreys, O. Brodtbeck,
Judge W. Van Dyke, Mr. and Mrs. O.
W. Childs, Richard Altschul and lady.
The next concert by, the association
will be given during the holidays, about
the end of the year. At that time a still
more severely classical style of composi
tion will be attempted. It is leported
that Mendelssohn's '"Hymn of Praise"
will be rendered. All success to the
Fhilharmonic Society of Los Angeles!
A QUEER PROCEEDING.
A Walter Discharged for Wearing
a Cleveland Button.
A young man named Cloyd, who has
been engaged for some time in the ca
pacity of waiter, in the Roster restau
rant, has been charched under
circumstances which aeccording
to his statement are very peculiar.
He states that he has been wearing a
Cleveland and Thurman button and to
this tbe head waiter took exceptions and
told him to take it off. Mr. Cloyd said
that he wouldn't take it off, and the
head waiter told him to get his wages and
leave. Th ; s action has been considered
very queer and it is possible that Mr.
Koster may not know of the case or may
not have authorized the held waiter to
act as he did, but the public is waiting to
see what he will do matter.
Acquitted.
Carrie Blair, alias Carrie Abbott, was
tried before Justice Austin and a jury
yesterday afternoon on a charge of
vagrancy. The case was an unusual one,
as it is not very often that an effort is
made to punish women of ber class by
this form of prosecution. A number of
officers testified as to the character of
tbe woman. Although no evidence was
adduced by the defense which bore di
rectly on the charge she was neverthe
less acquitted by tbe jury.
A fereat Speaker.
To-morrow evening the citizens of Lou
Angeles will have a chance of hearing
Colonel John F. liish at Turner Hall.
Colonel liish is a most eloquent speaker,
and will interest every one from the time
he commences to the end. Mr. J. D.
Lynch will be President; of the even
ing, and Turner Hall will not be large
enough to hold the multitude.
ITlte coyote Club.
The members of the Coyote Club held
a meeting last night in Dr. Stewart's
rooms, 109 W. First street, for the pur
pose of discussing a suitable location for
tbe club-rooms. Nothing definite was
decided on and the meeting adjourned
until Saturday night at 8 p. m., when the
matter will be again taken np.

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