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Disbarred Chinese to Have a Hearing. BELIGION AND POLITICS. Moody Leaves t/he Bay City Until After Election—Will Stanford Resign V I Associated Press Dlecatches to the Herald. San Francisco, October B.—This morning Judge Hoffman, of the Federal Court, acting as Circuit Judge, made an important order relating to the landing of Chinese and the claims of certificate holders on the way to America and still j ia China, He set Friday morning as the time when Chinese lawyers shall appear before the court and present their arguments why the certificate Chinese and "prior residents" shall be en titled to the right of habeas cor pus. Judge Sawyer is expect ed to be back in time for these proceedings, and if he is not, the hearing will be delayed until his return. The question will be opened by a motion on the part ot the Chinese attorneys for writs for their clients who are held by the custom house authorities. This mo tion will be opposed by the United States Attorney, and the opinion of the bench will decide the validity of the certificate, rights of "prior residents" and other minor points in connection with the operation of the law. LOCAL CONVENTIONS. The Democratic City and County Con vention met this evening to complete their ticket. James R. Kelly was nom inated for Sheriff and A. F. Spotts for County Clerk. Supervisors were nomi nated in the wards from Seveu to Twelve, inclusive. The Convention adjourned till to-morrow night. The Republican City and County Con vention, for the purpose of nominating a municipal and county ticket, met this evening and elected W. A. Dorn perma nent chairman. A committee of fifteen was appointed on platform, and the Con- . vention adjourned till Thursday night. RELIGION AND POLITICS. The Y. M. C. A. rooms were filled this morning and afternoon with audiences to hear D. S. Moody, the evanglist, speak. This afternoon an informal re ception was tendered him, and Mr. Moody expressed his wish not to return to San Francisco before the Ist of January, because ho thought poli tics would interfere with his work until after the campaign, He left, north bound, to-night, and will probably go direct to Oregon, Washington Territory or British Columbia, and from there work slowly back this way, speaking at various points on the route. He will probably remain in this city a month on his return, and then visit Southern Cali fornia. RAILROAD QOSSIP. In railroad circles it was again rumored to-day that Senator Stanford would soon resign the Presidency of the Southern Pacific railroad. Officials of the road, when being spoken to, however, declare their ignorance of any such intention on the part of the Senator. The Atlantic and Pacific has shortened its road between this city and Kansas City by twelve hours. A new time-card went into effect yesteiday by which the daily overland train out of San Francisco for the East via Albuquerque, will leave this city at S p. M. instead of 9:30 a. m. It will run Pullman and second-class sleepers through to Kansas City and St. Louis without change. IQerced Matters. Merced, October B—The8 —The Board of Supervisors to-day ordered an election to be held in Merced county on the 6th of November, for the purpose of voting on issuing .$40,000 bonds at twenty years standing, for building a county jail. The Forestry Commissioners have de cided to discontinue the experimental sta tion at Yosemite colony several miles from Merced. A Fatal Runaway. Sisson, Cal., October B.—While Con stable P. W. Murphy was out driving this afternoon his horse took fright and ran away, throwing him out of his sulky against a tree, and causing him injuries from which he died half an hour later. Awaiting Their Doom. Placerville, October B.—Arguments on the motion for a new trial of the case of John Olsen and Wm. Drager, the Lowell murdarers, was concluded this evening. The court deferred its decision until to-morrow. Cave In a Mine. Grass Valley, October 8. —This after noon at the North Banner mine a cave occurred, shutting in two men. A rescue party is at woik aud Burgeons were sent to the scene. TOO MUCH BUSTLE. Kew York. Customs Officers Make Some Novel Discoveries. New Yobk, October B.—Mrs. Hannah Bland was one of the saloon passengers on the Hamburg-American packet steam ship Gellert from Hamburg this morn ing. Her baggage had been passed by the Customs House officials and was leaving the pier, when the attention of Inspectress Florence M. Tood, of the Surveyor's staff, was attracted by the woman's mammoth proportions. She was well made up but her bustle was of unusal size. She was led to a private apart ment where a search of her person brought to light a large quantity of im ported dress goods. Her baggage was then put through a second examination. Other dress goods of a costly character were found ingeniously sown in the lin ing of well worn dresses. Mrs. Bland then tried to bribe the inspectors. The goods were sent to the Custom House seizure room. Frank C. Gummen, of New Orleans, was a passenger on the steamer Aller, from Bremen. Inspectors Brown and Donahue seized twenty-two yards of silk lace, dress silk and silk handkerchiefs. These goods were fonnd concealed in the lining of the passenger's overcoat. AN EDITUB ASSAULTED. Cowardly Shooting Affray in an Alabama Newspaper Office. Akniston, Ala , October 8. —An at tempt was made this afternoon to as sassinate W. H. Edmonds, editor of the Hot Blast, in his office. The trouble grew out of enmity aroused by the paper's war in favor of a rigid enforcement of the prohibition laws. A week ago four ex police, who had been discharged for in efficiency, waylaid Editor Edmonds and beat him severely. Tbis afternoon, Jus tice of the Peace J. S. Lawrence, accompanied by Will Lacey, entered the THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY MORNLNG, OCTOBER 9. 1888 Hoi Blast office, in which at the time were Edmquds, John Coppell, mailing c erk, and A. Tribney, who had come in on business. Lawrence called Edmonds o.itside, where some conversation was had in reference to a communication waijh appeared in the Montgomery Dis patch written by Lawrence, who is a cor respondent of that paper. Lawrence asked Edmonds to retract a severe reply he had made to the communication, but Edmonds refused. Ascertaining that Edmonds was not armed, Lacey pulled a revolver and opened fire upon him. He was shot in the left arm at the elbow aud seriously wounded, Lacey attempt ed to snoot again, but the pistol snap ped, which probably saved Edmond's life. He then fired on Messrs. Coppell and Tribney, the former being sho> through the "neck, and the latter receiv ing two wounds in the head, both ser ious. Lawrence and Lacey were arrest ed. Feeling in the city is intense, and talk of lynching is strong. A mass meeting of citizens will be held to-mor row, when a plan of action will be de cided upon. YELLOW FEVER. Continued Improvement At Jack sonville—Official Bulletin. Jacksonville, October B.—The weather was clear and cool to-day except at mid day, when the mercury rose to above 80. The funeral of Edwin Martin, late editor of the Times-Union, took place this morning. Official bulletin: New cases, 50; deaths, 5. Total cases to date (cor rected), 3,208; total deaths, 295. The Masonic fraternity of the State has issued a circular throughout the country at large, thanking them for their gener ous contributions, expressing the hope that need for aid was past and directing that no more be sent. Itlnst tbe Cblcagoans Walk? Chicago, October 8. —A resolution was adopted by the City Council to-night or dering au inquiry as to whether the North Side Street Railway Company had not forfeited its charter in failing to run cars duriug Salurday aud Sunday. Tho West Side car men gathered to-night at their headquarters awaiting the report of the conference in the Mayor's office. At 12 o'clock the feeling among the men was that an extension of the strike at daylight was still the most probable out come. RESULT OF THE CONFERENCE. The conference in the Mayor's otlice lasted until after midnight, and ended in a disagreement. A concession was made hy the strikers, and a concession followed from President Yerkes. The President wanted a further concession from the men. The strikers declined to back down further, and the long conference ended abruptly. From the Mayor's office the committee went to the meeting of West Side carmen, where fiery speeches advocating a strike were beiug made. Op to 1:2o a. if., however.no definite ac tion towards the extension of the strike in the morning had been taken. War on tne Sugar Trim. New York, October B.—Judge O'Brien to-day granted permission to Attorney- General Chas. F. Tabor to bring action against the Havemeyer & Elder Sugar Refining Company to annul its charter. This company, with thirteen others, is a member of the Sugar Trust Combination. The Attorney-General has appointed General Roger A. Pryor as counsel to represent him in the matter. The object of the suit is to annul the corporate ex istence of the company and to vacate its charter upon the ground that is has vio lated the charter by which it was incor porated, and has exercised privileges and franchises not conferred upon it by law. TEURIBI.E CMinii Ry a Deapoller of the Widow's 'Portion. Indianapolis, October B.—At Knights town, this morning about 2 o'clock, the frame dwelling of N. B. Wade, occupied by himself, Mrs. Sarah Hoggins, his mother, and Mrs. Martha Gates, was dis covered on fire. After breaking open the door Wade was found unconscions at his mother's bed. He was taken out but died in a few minutes. His mother was dead before taken out. Mrs. Cates was not found until her limbs and arms were burned off and she died in a short time. A shoe knife covered with blood and a bottle of Paris green were taken from Wade's pocket and the indications are that he murdered the two women and then suicided, the testimony before the cor oner tending to substantiate this theory. .Mrs. Cates was the widow of a soldier and resided with Mrs. Hoggins, who had reared her from a child. In 1876 Mrs. Cates was granted $1,400 arrearage of pension and a regular pen sion of $10 a month. Wade illegally assumed her guardianship and appropriated the money to his own credit. Recently she complained to the G. A. R. Post of her treatment by Wade. A legal guardian was appointed, and it was found that Wade had appropriated her money. To-day Wade would have been compelled to account for the money, and it is presumed he had been brooding over the matter so much that he became insane, and went to his mother's house last night, and after murdering Mrs. Cates set fire to the house. He is then supposed to have taken a large dose of paris green and thrown himself into the flamef, Eastern Echoes. Secretary of State Bayard spoke for three hours Monday night to a large audience at Wilmington, Del., on the issues of the campaign. Coqnetin appeared Monday night at Palmer's Theatre, New York, in two one act comedies and was heartily received and commended. Twenty thousand dollars is now stated to be the amount taken from the Stafford Mills, Fail River, Mass., by A. F. Bos worth, the defaulting treasurer. William Reed, of Brooklyn, has depos ited $250, the first deposit of $1,000, for a fight between the "Unknown" and Jack Dempsey, who is thus challenged. James T. Clark & Co., carriage manu facturers, of Racine, Wis., have failed, with liabilities of $200,000. Dull busi ness is given as the cause of the collapse. Last week's wheat transactions on the New York Produce Exchange were un precedented in its history; over 21,000, --000 bushels changed hands. This is four times the quantity of the visible supply of the United States. Stern and Stein, diamond brokers, New York city, have missed several thousand dollars worth of diamonds, and suspect J. P. Miller, one of their clerks, as the cause of the disappearance. Forty thousand dollars worth of the jewelry was found in the pawn shops. Miller has disappeared. At Lincoln, Neb., Captain C. E. Van pelt, of the firm of Vanpelt & Gould, manufacturers of tbe "Railroad Rem edies," well known in all Central and Western States, wandered away fr im the city in a fit of temporary insan ity and was drowned by falling into tbe Little Salt river. POLITICIANA. The Plumed Kuight Talks to the Michiganders. i TWO SPEECHES AT GRAND RAPIDS Uncle Abrani Hewitt Accepts the Nomination of the County Democracy. ' Associated Press Disoatches to the Hsbald.J Grand Rawds, Mich., October B.—At Grand Rapids Blame was met by an im mense and enthusiastic crowd. At 3 o'clock the doors of Hartman's Hall were thrown open and the crowd poured in a great flood. The gist of his speech was an answer to Postmaster-General Dickinson's statement to the effect that the New England States and the East gets all the advantage of the protective tariff, while the West sustains the burden. Grand Rapids was ablaze to-night with a flash of 4,000 torches, lighting up the faces of some 50,000 citizens, who turned out to do honor to the city's guest, Mr. Maine, of Maine. The procession was reviewed by him from the balcony of his hotel. Three largely attended meetings were held in as many halls; theJargest, hehT in Hartmann's Hall, was briefly addressed by Blame, who said, if his judgment of Michi gan was right, it ever would be found in the Republican procession, and Harrison and Morton will be the next President and Vice-President of the United States. "I believe," said Blame, "their election is essential to the continued prosperity of tho country, and if the people of this country believe iv the protective system, they must put at the head of the Government a President who believes in that syetem." Blame was followed by Generals Ew ing and Soyes, whose speeches were heartily applauded. From Grand Rapids Blame will start on his Indiana tour, making his first speech at Goshen on the 10th, Indian apolis on the 11th, New Albany on the loth, Evansville on the 15th, Tippecanoe Battleground on the 17th. MAYOR HEWITT, lie Scores Tammany but Is alt Right on the Presidency-* New York, October B.—Mayor Hewitt wan notified of his nomination for Mayor by the Committee of the County Demo cracy to-night, and accepted. In a speech in which he stated that the Tam many candidate represented the spoils system, the party, he said, was governed by a secret society, the sachems of which allot the offices. He thought that the triangular fight would help the Demo cratic Presidential vote, but in any event the position should be laid at the door of Tammany. He did not think he had done the Irish harm in his posi tion on the flag question, nor the Ger mans in his position that the naturaliza tion law should require long residence. In regard to the report that he would not support the Democratic national nom ination, he said he would put that at rest. "There have been differences," he said, "between the President and myself, but they have not changed my views a par ticle. The President is the regular nom inee of the Democratic party, and I am a Democrat." COULDN'T STAND FAILURE. V Senior member of William* & Co. Commit* Suicide. New York, October 8. —Francis Wil liamß, senior member of the well-known banking house of Williams, Black & Co., committed suicide by shooting himself through the head at the Grand Union Hotel to-day; The firm was squeezed up in the Hutchinson deal in Chicago and suspended on the 29th of September, but rallied and opened for business on the Ist instant. The firm is said to have lost heavily, althcugh still sol vent. Mr. Williams had been acting strangely since the crash in his affairs. He was 61 years old and leaves two sons and a wife. Oarsmen ou Wheels. New York, October B.—Tbe oarsmen on wheels at Madison Square Garden be gan their work at 2 p. m. to-day and quit at midnight. For the twenty-lour hours the score then was: O'Connor, 164 miles; Teemer, 165; Gaudaur, 172; Bubear, 141; East, 129; Conlev, 107; Plaisted, 159; McKav, 149; lie, 133; Hamm, 120; Largan, 139; Ross, 152. Manhattan Club. The above-named club held its regular monthly meeting at its club-rooms last evening, tbe members being out in full force. President C. L. Hargitt was in the chair. It was decided to increase the drum corps to ten members and to hold meetings every week until Novem ber 6th. Addresses were made by Messrs. Levy, Gate and Woods. The club then adjourned to Monday, October 15th, when business of great importance will be brought up. All young Democrats are requested to attend. Liberated. From Their Fetters By tho helpful, genial action of that most bene; nceut aperients, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters the bowels soon throw off tbe burden that para lyzed ai;d weakened them, aud resume their normal freedom of action. The actiou ol the Bitters, unlike tbat of average purgatives, in volves no griping or drenching. If it did it would, like them, be valueless for ordinary use. There is nothing ungentle or unnatural attend ing its operation. Upon tbe liver, no less than ■h,. bowels, its action is most benign, promot ing a healthful bilious secretion, and directing out of the wrong and into the right channel. Conjointly with costiveuets.other bilious symp toms disappear when it is systematically used, und the stomach i 3 strengthened as well as egulatcd by tt. Malarial complaintß, rheuma tism, debility, nervousness and kidney troubles are completely relieved by it. Bloep and appe tite are invariably promoted by it. $5,000 Reward $5,000 For a better or more pleasant remedy for the cure of consumption, bronchial troubles, cough, croup and whooping cough than SANTA ABIE, the California king of consumption, l-.very bottle wan anted. If jou would be cured of that disgusting disease, catarrh, use CALI FORNIA OAT-K-CURE, $1 a jar. by mall $1.10. Santa Abie and Cat-R-Cure are sold and war ranted by C. H. Hance. Dealers and Consumers of Beer. Will find it to their advantage to call on Phila delphia Brewery, Aliso street, for the best lager or steam-beer, good on draught for weeks at lowest prices. Bottled lager $1.20 per dozen, if bottles returned. Delivered to any part of the city. Telephone 91. For good company and a cool glass Culma backer or extra pale beer come to the Vienn- Btffet, cor. Main and Requena streets. B VRNETT & CO., the only exclusive whole sale cigar and tobacco honse in the city, corner of l*s Angeles and Commercial streets. The original Austrian-Hungarian Kitchen can bo found at the Vienna Buffet, corner Main and Reqnena streets. TENTS at Foy's harness Shop, 217LosAngeles street. . Vlgnet - McGregor, 134 North Main streets MISCELLANEOUS. PROTECT YOURSELF In this beautiful sunny climate, where nature has done every thing to clothe the earth with beauty. While this is an undis putable fact, she has left some thing for mankind to do that he may enjoy it. We daily hear the remark, I have a wretched cold. Why have you? Because you have failed to protect yourself with good warm Underwear and Blankets. We Make a Specialty of foora HOSIERY FLANNELS, BLANKETS —AND— UNDERWEAR, And we say, without boasting, that quality and stylo consid ered, we do sell at the very low est prices. You will find, by visiting our establishment, a large assort ment to choose from and a hearty welcome. No Trouble for Us to Show Goods. THE COULTER Diy Goods House ioi, 103, 105 S. Spring St., CORNER SECOND ST. s2l 4m FOR SALE VERT BEST BARGAINS —BY — John P. P. Peek, 9 NORTH MAIN STREET. $I,ooo—House and large lot on Washington Heights Tract, close to dummy road. $200 to $2,000 each—Lots in 'good locations, water pipod and close to street cars. $300 to $3,700 each—Houses and lots within 7 to 20 minutes of street cars, water plied, etc. $3,150—9-room, rnstic and hard finished house with pantry, bath,olostts, etc., on lot bet Seventh and Eighth sts., on Myr tyl aye. Also furniture in same at reasonable prices. All these properties for sale on instalment plan, with 10 per cent interest on deferred pay ments. John -P. P. Peck, 9 NORTH MAIN STREET. sl3-lm _______ I V The Los Akoelks A Q, Natatorium, H S\ A SWIMMING BATH f . /1 On Fort st., between IV • '•7 A) Second and Third, ad joining the New City Hall. V" A L Water changing con v£k stantly. Basin 30x84 !✓ Admission 35c (y Children under 15 • }/% years of age 25c ry Commutation Ticket ■>.=\_. (20 admissions) . $5 Children's Commu == .----•=_* / tation Ticket (25 admissions) .... $5 —■— r~T l — Tit Plain Hot and Cold > I / Baths. 25C 1 I | 1 Special Rates for Les ~~_f|j__-. :t Hours: From 7 A. M. \v. ' to 10p. M.,withlnter miFsions of one hour each from 12:30 to 1:30 and from 6 to 7p. M. Sundays from 7 a. m to ti P. K. Saturday evenings the Natatorium will remain open until 10:30 r. m. Open for Ladies exclusively from 9 a K. to 1 p m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. La iijs should provide their own suits. Great Exhibition of Fancy Bwimming by Capt. Williams and Prof. Sundstrom next Fri day evening, October 12th. 527 2m WISWELL & BETTB, Proprietors. COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. The Great English Remedy. FOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETC. Free from mercury; contains only pure Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANGLEV & MICHAELS. San Francisco. «*-»Vyly LAZARUS & MELZKR, 111 N. SFRINO BTREET, next to City of Paris Complete Assortment of STATIONERY, BOOKS AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIES. The leading PAPER HOUSE in Southern California. jel7tf BAKER IRON WORKS, 542-561 Buena Vista St., Los Angeles. Adjoining Southern Pacific Grounds 822 t IWISCELI. I VEOI S. The Children s Friend I A FRIEND IN NEED IS A FRIEND INDEED! THE White House CLOTHING COMPANY Beg leave to announce that they will open WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26th, Their FALL STOCK of Clothing with a full line of Children's and Boys' School Suits MARKED IN PLAIN FIG I RES. Children's Suits, $1,35 to $8; Boys' Suits, $3 up to $10, We will not speak of our line of Men's and Youths' Clothing, as we are making a specialty this week of Children's and Boys School Suits, so that it shall be in reach of everyone to send their children to school in a nice fitting suit from the White House Clothing Company, COR. SPRINO AND FRANKLIN. £sF"We also present every purchaser of a boys' suit with a covered slate. COUNTRY PROPERTY. L 520,000-114 acres rich, level land, located 2% miles northeast NBK. ot v ol s pt £ u . ; 50 ttßres m r ' ! W*. V crops cut this year; family orchaid; balance of laud five corn, vegetable or alfalfa land: about 3 acres of timber; fine flowing well; honse ol 6 rooms IHBgljgg Isrgebarn. Will take part exchange city property. 'rHsSSlli •30,000—A 20 acre orange grove; 1600 orange trees, 10 years |Jj»ig!S old; income last year, $3500; certain to reach $5000 this year- K«>oa house of 11 rooms; burn and packing honse: located at Wmm gelesproperty*' MagQOlla avenue - will exchange for Los An igsjfS »18,000—28 acres, f) acres oranges, full bearing; 400 apple, 600 EMI peach, 250 apricot trees; 25 nectarine, 25 fig, 20 pears. 20 £«M plums; small fruits, corn, alfalfa; good house, 5 rooms, and 3 property located neftr AzUBS - w ' u exchange for city 38 . mi 'es from Los Angeles, close to schoolhonse and postoffloe; *mM Wt * handsome ranch of over 2000 acres; wood aud water In abun fflS* dance; suitable f>r fruit, grain or stock; at 50 per cent, less tMM than lands in same neighborhood. Beit bargains In Southern jtWSM California. Call at once. 11l CITY PROPERTY—GREAT BARGAINS. fSsSj UNIMPROVED, Two lots in chn<iß tract. gyjgSS Two lots In We6t Bonnie Brae tract. IjjgPjßß Lot 45x140 east side Main street, near Seventh, $600 front foot, Two splendid lots on Angeleno Heights; cheap. JftSMMIJA From Main to Spring, 50 feet, at $800 front foot. BjjggaS-ir-r. East side Main street, between Eighth and Ninth, $400 front foot. IMPROVED. 80 feet on Spring street, bet. Fourth and Fifth. House of 8 rooms, Hope street; $5,500. 50 feet, with buildings, on Spring street, near New house, 8 rooms, Judson street; $5200. Seventh. House and lot, California St., near Main; $3500. House and lot, on Main street, near Tenth. Grand avenue house and lot: a bargain. House and lot, on Hill street, bet. Ninth and Washington street lot, 105x176, house ol 6 Tenth, west side; $11,500. rooms, for $7500. Some extra bargains in McGarry tract, East Loa Angeles property and Boyle Heights. CALL AND SEE OUR PRINTED LIST. Staunton & MatthewsTt North Spring St. Sl4 3m Mpllll ATARRH ABJEILNF MED-CaVOfIQVILLE CAL HAVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which floes not get better? Have yon an excessive se cretion of mnens matter in the nasal passages? Are yon tronbled by hawking, spitting, weak and inflamed eyes, freqnent soreness ot the throat, ringing or roaring in the ears, more or leas impairment ol the hearing, loss of smell, memory impaired, dullness or dizziness of the head, dryness or heat of the nose? Have you lost all sense of smell? yonr breath foal? If so, yoa have the Catarrh. Some have all these symptoms, others only a part. California Cat-R-Cure Restores the sense of taste and smell, removes bad taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. follow directions and a enre la warranted by all druggists. RECOMMENDED. CAPTAIN CHARLES L. DIMON, of New York City, formerly special agent of the Phoenix and Home Insurance Company at San Francisco, Cal., says: "I had been tronbled with Chronic Catarrh for twenty years. A friend in Woodland, Cal., recommended your California CAT-B CDRE. I procured ajar, having but little faith in its enrative properties; but I mast say, after using three Jars, I am cured of that disgusting disease. Inclosed find $5, for which send me California CAT-R-CURE for some friends, who are sufferers." For Sale by C. 11. Hance, 17 and. 70 N. Spring St.: Hellman, Haas 6z Co., Wholesale Agents* Eos Angeles, Cal. Atlantic Steamship Agency. Cunard, White Star, National, Slate and Wilson Steamship Lines, Tickets sold to and from any town or city in England, Ireland, Scotland and the Continent of Europe, at the very lowest rates. Those sending for their friends will do well to call and save time and money by getting reli able information. Staterooms and berths secured. Passengers buying tickets of us have choice of railroad between Los Augeles and New York. W. E. MASON & CO., 16 S. MAIN ST. ol 3m ROUSE & CURTIS,* General Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS IN POTATOES, ONIONS, BEANS, BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS, POULTRY, ETC. POTATOES IN CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. 110 Upper Main Street and 539 North Main Street, LOS ANGELES, CAL. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. TELEPHONE NO. 861. 529-4 m BOSTON WALL PAPER HOIM House Painting, Paper Hanging, Sign "Writing Picture Moulding, Window Shades. Finest Line of Wall Paper and Decorations in the City WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN OCR ELEGANT DOUBLE STORE No. 322 and 324 South Main St SWAfiTZ & WfIOMES, Los Angeles, Cal o9 lm TELEPHONE 64*. 5