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POLICE PLUTOCRATS.
The Pro-roat'a Plenary Provision)
for Public Protection.
The Board of Police Commissioners
with Mayor Workman in the chair met
ma usual yesterday afternoon with Mr.
Humphreys and Chief Benedict present.
The Chief had brought charges against
Captain Harris, of the detective force,
and Detectives Metzler, Bowler and Bo
land for leaving the city limits and vis
iting a prize fight withoulhispermission.
The Chief stated to the Board that he
withdrew the charges against Oflicers
Bowler and Boland, as they had obeyed
the orders of their superior officer, Har
ris. Captain Harris made the statement
that he visited the fight in question for
the purpose of preventing it if it was con
ducted in violation of the law.
Mr. Humphreys expressed a supreme
contempt for pugilists and pugilism.
Mr. Harris thought that the charges
against him grew out of ill-will on the
part of certain newspapers toward him,
particularly the Times. A running
argument took place between a rep
resentative of that journal and De
tive Harris, in which there were
recriminations ad nattseam. The arraign
ment of the paper referred to by Captain
Harris was a severe one.
Detective Metzler in bis defense gave
the paper before mentioned a scoring,
and said that he went to the fight and
that he thought he had a right to be
there.
The Chief thought the officers had no
right to go outside the city limits with
out permission. The case rested upon
the question of discipline. The Board
held its decision.
The charges made against Detectives
Harris and Metzler by one J. W. Douglas
for taking money for work done outside
of the office will be investigated next
•week.
The next business of the Board was
the consideration of saloon licenses. A
change was |granted Baget & Han't', cor
ner of Turner & Vignes streets, Hickson
& Slack, 7 East First street, Hugh Gil
roy, 13 Commercial street, and Edward
Langberg, 40 Wilmington street.
Mullally & Powers, San Fernando
Btreet, were granted a license for a new
saloon.
The cases of the Missing Link saloon,
The Club Theater, the White Elephant
saloon and J. G. Kenyon's saloon, in
vestigated by the Chief, came up. The
•first two cases are to be investigated by
the Board. The third will be allowed to
continue if closed at 12 midnight. The
last will come up again next week.
Peter Teag, a stalwart colored citizen,
applied for a license for a saloon on the
corner of Marchessault and New High
streets, And was endorsed as a church
member and secretary of a Harrison and
Morton Club. The Mayor remarked
that he preferred him rather as a
Christian than a Republican. Laid over
one week.
The Chief was instructed to carry out
the resolution of the Board adopted at
last meeting to close all saloons and bars
in restaurants at 12 midnight.
The Chief recommended that the li
cense of Andrew Lindenfeld, corner of
Main and Third streets, be revoked.
Laid over for further investigation.
At tbis point of the proceedings the
charges against Captain Loomis, as pub
lished in yesterday's Hebald, were
Bprung. Attorney S. B. Lockwood pre
aented the affidavits, and requested that
a time be set for an investigation. It was
decided by the Board that they be heard
next Tuesday at 2 o'clock p. m.
M. Kelleher complained that the in
surance policy on his property, Nos. 20
and 22 South Truman street, had been
canceled because of the dangerous
proximity of Charles Cresette's planing
mill, and asked for an officer to guard
his place against fire. Referred to
Chief.
John Doyle wanted Officer Van Luven
to pay his just debts, and the Commis
sioners cited the officer to appear before
them next Tuesday and explain.
Complaint was made against officer
Van Luven by one W. J. Davidson who
charges that the officer violently as
saulted him. Mr. Davidson is a cripple.
Investigation set for Tuesday.
Complaint was made against the saloon
in the basement of tha new postoffiee
building. Referred to Chief.
George G. Brown, a colored citizen
with excellent reccomendations, made
application to be placed on the force.
Filed.
After auditing the usual number of
bills the board adjourned.
THE WOLFF MURDER CASE.
Testimony Introduced in Court
Yesterday.
The trial of Bertha Wolff, her hus
band and Alfred E. Peterson on a charge
of murdering Frank Wilson at San Juan
by-the-Sea in May last commenced yes
terday in Department No. 1 of the Su
perior Court. The story of the murder
as told at the time involved some very
sensational points. It was alleged that the
Wolffs lived for some time at Alameda,
and that Wolff, after a prolonged ab
sence, returned home to find there an
infant of which the paternity was con
sidered doubtful by Wolff. The family
then moved to Santa Ana, wl^ re the al
leged intimacy We en Peterson and
Mrs. Wolff was said to have been con
tinned. In the spring of this year Mr.
and Mrs. Wolff visited Frank Wilson's
cabin at San Juan-by-the-Sea, and stories
were told of how Mrs. Wolff expanded her
affectionate nature far enough to include
Wilson. About May 17th the Wolffs
and Peterson moved back to Santa Ana,
and about a week afterward Wilson, who
had been to Santa Ana, was observed to
alight from the train in an intoxicated
condition. From this point on Messrs.
J. P. Kullman and Chas. H. Pope told
yesterday en the witness stand the cir
cumstances of the killing. Kullman had
heard four shots fired and had seen
Wolff fire the last shot at Wilson. After
this he had seen Wolff, Mrs. Wolff and
Peterson walk to their wagon and start
off. They were stopped by Pope and
himself and Mrs. Wolff had said that it
served Wilson right and she was glad of
wkat she had done.
Chas. H. Pope testified that he lived at
San Juan-by-the-Sea and knew Wilson,
who got off the train at 11 o'clock on the
day of the murder. Wilson was drunk
and finally witness saw bim go to the hotel.
Wolff, Mrs. Wolff and Peterson drove
np and Wilson stood and talked to Peter
son, who was in the wagon. The wagon
was then driven over to a fence and the
horses were tied. The occupants got out
and walked to the hotel. Witness then
passed ont of sight and in a few moments
heard two shots. He ran around and
saw Wilson on the ground trying to get
up. Wolff then fired the third shot and
then the fourth at Wilson, who, as the
last shot was fired, stiffened himself out
on his back and ceased to struggle. Wit
ness then got his rifle and when he went
back to the hotel Wolff, Mrs. Wolff and
Peterson were getting into their buggy or
wagon. They started off and witness
told them to hold np their hands.
Peterson jumped ont and threw up
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11. JBBB.
his hands. Wolff wouldn't throw up his
hands, aud Mrs. Wolff held the baby be
tween witness and Wolff, and said to
Wolff, "Don't you do it." She also said
to witness to go on about his busines ,
and that he had no right to stop then>.
After the arrest, witness turned the pris
oners over to a Constable. Wolff said
that he had killed Wilson and he was
glad of it, for he had insulted his wife.
Mrs. Wolff said she was also glad that
Wilson had been killed, for he had in
sulted her. (The pistol was here intro
duced in evidence and identified). The
pistol had one chamber loaded and four
empty. Wolff, Mrs. Wolff and Peterson
had lived together at Wilson's cabin on
the beach. Wolff and Mrs. Wolff left
on the 17th of May. Peterson attended to
the shipping of their baggage. Wolff
afterwards visited the town alone.
While Wolff was shooting Wilson, Mrs.
Wolff and Peterson stood about twenty
feet away, watching the affair. Wolff
then walked over and joined them, and
they all walked over to the wagon.
The case was continued until this
morning. The jury in the case is as fol
lows: Charles Charnock, W. Docks
tadter, Frank L. Hoyd, Frank A. Bliss,
F. B. Alderson, J. P. Cannon, J. S. Talk
ington, C. J. Morrison, J. J. Valliket, J.
M. Rogers, C. W. March, G. E. Torrey.
For free night school register at 7 1 .
North Main street, office of Superintend
ent of City Schools.
Liberated From Their Fetters
By the helpful, genial action of that most bene
flcent aperients, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
the bowels soon throw off tbe burden that para
lyzed and weakened them, and resume their
normal freedom of action. The action of the
Bitters, unlike that of average purgatives, in
volves no griping or drenching. If it did it
would, like them, be valueless for ordinary use.
There is nothing unttentle or uunatural attend
ing its operation. Upon tbe liver, no less than
the 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 costiveuess.other bilious symp
toms disappear when it is systematically used,
and the stomach is strengthened as well as
regulated by it. Malarial complaints, rheuma
tism, debility. nervousness and kidney troubles
are completely relieved by it. sleep and appe
tite ate invariably promoted by it.
Cure For Piles.
Itching piles are known by moisture like
perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
itching after getting warm. Tbis form SB well
as blind, bleeding aud protruding piles yield at
once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts
affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying the
Intense itchiug and effecting a permanent cure.
50 cents. Sold by C. 11. Hance, 79 North
Spring street
A Specific for Heart Disease.
DR. FLINT'S REMEDY removes the danger
of sudden death from heart disease, aud eur%s
long-standing cases oi disease oi the heart,
bringing l>ack health and strength. Descriptive
treatise with each bottle; or. address Mack
Drug Co., N. Y.
Cure For Sick Headache.
If you want a remedy for billiousness,
blotches aud pimples on the face, and a sure
cure for sick headache, call at C. H. Hance's.
the Druggist, 79 North Spring street. Dr.
Ounn's Liver Pills: only one for a dose, sample
free: full box 25 cents.
Physicians say that flnugarlan food is ex
ceedingly nourishing. It can be found at the
Vienna Buffet, cor. Main and Requena streets.
C. A. SUMNER & CO.
FOR SALE.
$ —Lot 50x179, Thompson St., Ellis tract.
Make an offer.
$I,ooo—Lot 50x150, Hinton aye., Victor H'ths.
$I,ooo—lot 50x118, Adams st.
81,100—Lot 65x130, Ktngsley St., University.
$1,175—L0t 50x200, Ellendale place, near
Adams. Mnst be soli. Cost $1,600
one year ago.
$I,3oo—Lot. 70x167, Mattie 6t, near Severance;
sold for double this one year ago.
$2,500—L0t 47'.jx145, Los Angeles, near Pico.
$2,500—L0t 60x150, flue corner, Tenth and
Overton sts : street graded and stone
sidewalks; 3 houses built on this lot
will rent for $100 a month.
$2.600—L0t 50x135. Ninth and Earl.
$2.700—L0t 105x175, half an acre on Ocean st.
$3,500—L0t 70x123, flue corner, Grand aye.
and OraDge.
$7,500—L0t 75x185, Adams st, a south-west
corner, near all the best houses in the
city.
$325 per foot—2s feet, fronting on Main and
Spring sts., 186 feet deep.
$3,ooo—Brick house, 5 rooms, furnished, San
Pedro st. Fruit trees. Half cash.
$3,Boo—House, 3 rooms, fine lot on Seventh st.,
near Union aye.
$4,2so—House, 6 rooms, bath, Bond St., near
Rowland.
$4,2so—House. 8 rooms. Court and William.
One-third in cash and part in lots.
$s,ooo—House, 4 roomß and bath, all improve
ments, on Maple aye.
$6,ooo—House, 8 roomß, bath, cellar, barn, all
new, on Manhattan aye.
$6,ooo—House. 6 rooms and bath, partly fur
nished; a beautiful place; on Grand
aye.; $2500 cash required.
$7,ooo—House, 7 rooms, bath, modern Improve
ments; easy terms; Maple aye., near
Washington.
$B,ooo—House, 8 rooms and bath, stained glass,
fine improvements, on Pacheco St.,
near Grand.
$40,000-Lodging house, large lot, on Hill st.,
opposite Sixth-street park.
FOR TRADE.
House of 12 rooms; barn; on Angeleno Heights
House and lot, Boyle Heights.
House and lot, New Depot st.
20 acres at Duarte for Inside lots; no incum
brance.
8 acres on Central aye.; highly improved.
Livery stable for country property.
Fine business for sale on a principal thorough
fare; stock Invoices $10,000; good terms
given.
For Houses for Rent, see advertisement in
Tribune and Express.
Pamphlet on Los Angeles on application.
54 NORTH - MAIN ST.
Bl7tf
OLIVE RANCH
OF 44 9 ACRES
Or 210 acres in one place and 208 in the other,
sold together or apart, having
11,000 OLIVE TREES
planted, commence to bear next year, with
PLENTY OF RUNNING WATER
fully equipped with buildings, agricultural
tools and horses, plenty of hay and grain thrown
in, and all at a very low price.
For particulars apply to
W. A. HAYNE, JR.,
s2stf Santa Barbara,
The.*. Faust,
13 North Main Street.
The world renowned
St Louis Faust Later Beer
(Brewed by the Anheuser-Busch Company)
Will always be kept fresh on draught. Hot and
cold lunches at all hours.
This place will be first-class in every respect.
H. KOCH, Proprietor.
slBlm
W. COOKE k CO.,
Book : Binders,
BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY.
119 Los Angeles st, Los Angeles, CaL
03-tf
Olives. Olives.
Very fine Mission Olives for sale, from 3 to 6
feet high, 2 years old.
W. ALSTON HA f NE, Jr.,
slCtf Santa Barbara, CaL
MISCELLANEOUS.
DR. STEIN HART'S
Essence of Life!
Sold in Europe for 17 years and 13 years on
the Pacific Coast.
fjn-This great strengthening remedy and
nerve tonic cures without fail Nervous and Phys
leal Debility, Exhausted Vitality, Involuntary
Weakening Drains upon the System, no matter
in what manner they may occur; Weakness,
Lost Manhood in all its complications, and all
tbe evil effects of youthful follies and ex
cesses. Also Impure conditions of the blood,
pimples aud eruptions
Price—s2.so per bottle, in liquid or pills, or 5
for *!0
DR. STEIN HART,
109 N. w. Cor. First and Spring Sts.,
Room 13, opposite Nadeau House.
Office Hours—9 a. m. to 3p. m.: 6to 7:30 p. M.
Sunday—lo to 1 o'clock.
N. B.—For theconvenlence of patients, and in
order to insure perfect secrecy, I have adopted
a privste address, under which all pp.ckaees are
forwarded. au29 ly
DR. BTEINHART'S
Great Vegetable
KIDNEI, HL4BDER
AND
LIVER REMEDY
A positive cure end relief for all forms of
Kidney, Bladder and Liver diseases; Diabetes,
Gravel, etc,; Acute Inflammation of the Kid
neys, from cold or injury, pain or heaviness in
the Back or Loins; Irritation at the Neck of the
Bladder, causing a frequent desire to pass
water; Smarting or Burning after micturation;
Incontinence of I'rine; Calculi; Lack of Force
or Power to evacuate the Bladder; Stoppage,
FOR THE LIVER
This remedy is a purely vegetable compound,
free from mineral substances, and prepared
withgre-t care; this remedy is the best ever
put up to relieve immediate sufferings such as
Constipated Bowels, Sick Headache, pains In
the right side running through the shoulder
blades, sickness of the stomach, t'liddiness,
Double Vision, Bad Tm'o in the Mouth, Foul
Breath. Sour Stomach, \N ater Brash, Heartburn,
and nil the horrible diseases implied in the
word
DYBI KPBIA.
Price, $1 per tottv Sold at my office. 109
West First street, and i.y Druggists. 527-tf
Diseases of Women a Specialty
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
RECTAL ULCERATION, CATARRHAL CON
ditionsof the RECTUM and INTESTINAL
TRACT poison the blood, interfere with diges
tion ana assimilation, producing so-called
CONSUMPTION. By removing tho cause we
continu" *n cure thiß when all others fail.
PILES, FISTULA, FISSURE, RECTAL UL
cers, cured without Cutting, Ligsting, Burn
ing or Swallowing Medicine, by DR. A. W.
BRINKERHOFF'S Sure aud Painless System of
operating. No chloroform or ether used.
fWMore than 150,000 operations and not
one qeath.
the old, painful carbolic treat
ment—it is dangerous.
C. EDGAR STO ITH, M. D.
RACHEL S. PACKSON, M.D. Assistant,
Office—Hotel Hollenbeck, cor. Spring aud Sec
ond sts., Los Angeles. Rooms 12 aud 13.
529-lm
CARRIAGES, WAGONS, ETC.
RICHARDSON-KIMBALL CO.,
FINE CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES,
Spriug and farm Wagons
—AND—
-AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,—
48 and 50 N. Los Anseles St.,
Los Anseles. Cal. 01-t
FOR FINE BUGGIES
—AND—
CARRIAGES]
—90 TO—
H. giese,
The Farm Implement Dealbs.
44 to 48 N. Los Angeles Rt.. Los Angeles.
Clotbing and Furnishing Goods.
FIRST INSTALLMENT
—or—
FALL CLOTHING.
NOBBY SUITS,
UGHT-WEIGHT OVERCOATS,
SATCHELS, CLUB BAG 3,
Everything for All
At 10 Soutb Spring Street.
ABERNETHY & TAFT.
Storage and Commission.
Itaud'F'warehols^
R. Q. Weyse, Proprietor.
GRAI N, WOOL
—AND—
General Merchandise Warehouse.
Storage, Commission and Insurance.
Agents for all kinds of Agricultural Imple
ments. Wholesale and retail dealers iv Im
ported and Domestic Wineß, Brandies and
Whiskies. 634 to 666 Alameda street,
olltf
California Warehouse,
COR. SEVENTH AND ALAMEDA.
GRAIN, WOOL
AND
General Merchandise Warehouse
Storage, Commission and Insurance.
o5 3m
Furniture and Carpets.
DEALSCB IN
FURNITURE
AND
CARPETS.
32 and 34 South Spring St.
WALTON & WACHTEL
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ln
FURNITURE
OF ALL KINDB,
At Lowest Possible Rates.
214, 21S and 218 Soutb Spring St.,
06-tf Bet Third and Fourth Sts.
LOCKSMITH.
Grim and Locksmith.
Sharpening and Repairing of Lawn
Mowers.
Safe Repairing of any description.
70 8. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL
s2B 2m
Hestaurunts.
Peerless Lunch and Chop House
NOW OPEN.
24 West Tnird St., bet. Main and
Spring Sts.,
With J. H. Embry at the Broiler.
Broiled Meats and Extra Good Coffee, Spec
ialties.
■18 It JJ3_CROSLEY, Proprietor.
Thos. L. Bedford. Guy Bedford.
Two Brothers
Private -j—. ,
foSks. -Restaurant
MEALS, 25c. 21 MEALS, $4.50.
Everything neat and clean.
No. 26 East Second Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL. 522 lm
ILLIOH'S
Restaurant and Oyster Parlors.
41 and 43 North Main Street.
Cs»- PRIVATE ROOMS upstairs for ladies
and families, where meals will be served in the
best style.
s!6tf JKWHV 11,LICH. Proprietor.
Wood and Lumber Yards.
Wagon Material, Hardwood,
Iron, Steel,
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools,
Cabinet Woods, etc.
JOHN WIGMORE & CO.
13 and 14 Soutb l.os Angeles Street.
ol tf
WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS
Lumber and Manufacturing
COMPANY,
Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company.
Oregon Pine and California Redwood Lumber
of every description at their new yard on
Date, Chavez and Mission streets. We have a
fine stock of Laths Pickets, Shingles and Kin
ishiug Lumber of a superior quality. We are
also prepared to fill orders on short notice for
building materials ot every description.
Particular attention paid to orders for un
usual lengths aud dimensions.
Orders solicited.
01-U J. A. RUSB. Agent.
sch allert^gTnahl
LUMBER COMPANY.
MAIN OFFICE AND YABD—
Corner first and Alameda Streets,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
BRANCH YABPS—
East Los Angeles Lumber Yard, cor. Hoff and
Water streets.
Washington-street Lumber Yard, cor. Washing
ton street and Grand'avenue.
Garvanza Lumber Yard, Garvanza. s-3tf
J. A. Henderson. President.
J. R. Smubb Vice-Pres. and Trcas.
Wm. F. Mabbhall Secretary,
southerFcalifornia
LUMBER _GOSI P A N Y.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office and yard, 180 East First St., Los Angeles.
sl9-tf
J, M GRIFFITH COMPANY,
LUMBER DEALERS.
Manufacturers of
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Stairs,
STAIR-RAILS, BALLTJSTERS,
Newell Posts and mill work of every doscrip
tion, and dealers in Lime, etc.
632 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles.
01-tf
KERCKHOFF-CtZKER
Mill and Lumber Company,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
L TJ MB E H!
Yards at Ban Pedro (Wharf), Los Angelea
(Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Puenta, La
manda, Monrovia, Azusa, Glendora, Lords
burg, Burbank.
Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon
rovia. 525-tf
CO OPERATIVE LUMBER COMPANY
275 N. Main St , Los Angelea.
This company is now prepared to receive or
ders for all descriptions of lumber, railroad
ties, piles, shingles, laths, etc.
Subscriptions for stock, which will be taken
at par for lumber at COST PRICE, will be re
ceived by
A. C. 11*11, 275 N. TO Rill St. -
W. A. VANDERCOOK. 275 N. Main.
J. C. MERRILL, 113 W. First.
C. A. SUMNER & CO., 54 N. Main.
POMEROY & GATES, 16 Court st.
C. B. RIPLEY. Pasadena,
ELLIB & SIMPSON, Pasadena. s2 otf
"Western LrabercoT
YABD t
Cor. Ninth and San Peuro Streets.
LUMBER of all class can be had at this yard.
oC-tf
D. B. BOZELL. A. XC.ELL.
ROZELL BROS.,
—DBALEBS IN—
Lumber and Building- Material.
Yard cornor Main and Jefferson Sts.,
Telephone No. 745. - Los Angeles, Cal,
aulstf
PERry7 MOTT & COS
Lumber Yards
AND PLANING MILLS,
No 76 Commercial Street. ol -tl
0i B. FULLER & CO.,
(Successors to McLain & Lehman.)
PIONEER
Truck and Transfer Co.
No. 3. Map.kkt ST.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
SAFE AMD PIANO MOVING,
ALL KINDS OF TRUCK WORK.
Telephone 137.
01-2 m
"First-Class Carriages,
For Visiting, Shopping, Funerals and
to Depots at Short Notice.
PRICES REASONABLE. Hack stand, 13 8.
SPRING ST., Nadeau Block. Telephone 414.
These carrisges are furnished with brakes,
head-lights, speaking tubes, signal and toilet
gets. N. K. LUSK, Proprietor.
Residence, 736 S. Olive st. «27 lm
MISCELLANEOUS
Evan E. Evans
SHIRT MANUFACTURER
AND
MEN'S OUTFITTER,
HAS
REMOVED
TO
No. 10 South Spring St.,
OPPOSITE NADEAU HOTEL.
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MARVELOUS, MORAL, RENOWNED AND TRIUMPHANT !
THE ONE VAST, OVERSHADOWING
AMUSEMENT TREASURY OF THE UNIVERSE 1
TWO COMPLETE, PERFECT AND FAULTLESS PERFORMANCES EACH DAY
LOS ANGELES,
Wednesday and Thursday, October 10 and 11,
NOTE.—The arrangements of the American Showmen's Pooled League will prevent
any other Circus from visiting California this Season.—(Editor.)
SELLS "BROTHERS'
Great 3-Ring Circus—Classic Roman Hippodrome—
Academy of Art and Five-Continent Menagerie.
Notably and Triumphantly Reinforced this Season with the one Towering, Kingly
Figure of Western Romance,
Capt. A. H. BOGARDUSI
CHAMPION WING-SHOT OF THE WORLD,
AND HIS GIFTED SONS !
Only M-3rowa PAIR OF BLOOD-SWEATINS'HIPPOPQTAMI on Earth!
"WK'VK OOT 'JffiJVl ON" THE! LIST!"
300 Phenomenal Arenic Artists! 90 Dazzling ActsJ!
Big, Brilliant and Bewildering in Every Department!
000 , ' av,, , h ' ,r Upended In Hadlantlr Perfecting this Towering,
Plieaeineuul Combination for tbe Present Tour!
60 Minutes of Circus with 300 Meteoric Pertormers!
30 Minutes of Gladiatorial Contests!
30 Minutes of Hippodrome Races, w K«Wib?A"Viiba??.: r '
30 Minutes of Fancy Wing and Trap Shooting!
By tbe WORLD'S CHAMPIONS, A. H. BOGARDUI s and Ills 3 Sons.
30 Minutes for the Museum, A-i««^ l ai^sas:lrs. fto- ,
3D Minutes for the Menagerie,
31 Hours of Dazzling, Fascinating Entertainment!
Impressive Object Lessons In Zoological Science—so Cages of Rate and Costly Wild Beasts—
The Only Pair of Hippopotami, Male and Female, ever placed on Exhibition—Greatest,
Grandest, Most Famous and Best T.ained Herd of Elephants on American Soil, (
Including the Colossal ''Rajah," the All-Overshadowing, Central Figure of A
His Race; "Sid," the Rollicking, Precocious, Elephantine Clown, 1
aud the Only Baby Elephant this side of the Orient!
f _ Times tbe Most Opulent and Sun-Bright Spectacular
W~* JL.V-/ Street Parade Ever Seen ln Any Age or Country—Cub
approachable and Indescribable! Passing 1 ln Grand Review Before)
Cheering Multitudes at 10 A. M. DAILY.
Usual Popular Prices of Admission.—Performances at Customary Hours.
POSITIVELY AND EMPHATICALLY NO FREE TICKETS TO ANYBODY.
Special Cheap Round Trip Excursions on All Railroads. See Station Agents for Particulars.
Also Exhibit in Santa Barbara, October Bth; Ventura, 9th; San Bernardino, 12th;
San Diego, 13th. *23 26-30 03-6-7-8-o-io-n
R. O. CARLTON,
Ileal Estate and Loan Agent,
28 North Spring Btreet (room 2),
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
Will boy and Bell real estate, negotiate loans,
make collections, and attend to filing correct
assessments of real estate, payment of taxes for
non-residents, and redemption Of property un-
List of lauds—first-class Improved and unim
proved city lots solicited for sale.
Reference—First National Bank. slOtf
Tbe Great English Remedy.
follies and excesses nj
English Medical Dispensary,
11 KearneySt., 8. F., Cal.
Jy27 12m cod
LIEBIG COMPANY'S
EXTRACT OF MEAT.
FINEST AND
Meat Flavoring Stock
—FOB
SOUPS, MADE DISHES and SAUCES.
Annual sale 800,000 Jars.
Genuine only with f%
fac-slmile of Baron ¥ J —* _ ___
Llehlg's signature In ssssW#ss_s_
BLUE INK across la- jf/ 49K
bel. To be had of all Storekeepers, Grocers,
and Druggists. dec2lmona thurl2m
THE ONLY RELIABLE
OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT,
6* North Main Street.
. ?»7*S h . aTe , defective eyes and value them, go
to the Optical Institute lor your Spoctaeles and
Eye Glasses. It is the only establishment on the
southern part of this coast where they are meas
ured on thorough scientific principle!. Lenses
ground to order if necessary to correct each par
ticular case. No visual defect, where glasses are
required, too complicated for us. We guaran
tee our fitting to be absolutely perfect
L,os Angeles Optical Institute, 64
Nortb main Street.
STRABSBURGER & MARSCHUTZ.
A full assortment of artificial eyes always kept
on hand. (8-5 m
For Recreation, for Business, for Fan
JRamm BIDE WHEELS.
The best Is the cheapest,
irS\M\\lll//«??sV and we are prepared to
mlMzZ__ show you that
THE VICTORS
ABE THB BEBT
Blcjrclea, Tricycles
Safety Bicycles
ln the World. Illustrated catalogue bee.
P. L. ABEL, 30 8. Spring St.
05-4 m
NOTICE.
THE LOB ANGELES CITY WATER CO.
will strictly enforce the following rule: The
hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8
o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock r. m. For a
violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a fine of two dollais will
be charged before water will be turned on
again.

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