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POLICE INVESTIGATION.
Tile Charges Against Captain
Loomis Not Sustained.
The Police Commissioners held a spe
cial meeting yesterday afternoon and
heard further evidence in the investiga
tion of the charges against Captain
Loomis. Mayor Workman was in the
chair, and Mr. Humphreys and Chief
Benedict present.
The first witness heard was ex-Chief
Cuddy, who testified that he had never
given Loomis orders to let Ah Mow's
game run, and that he considered
Loomis' action in regard to the games in
Chinatown as insubordination. He pro-
tested against Loomis being made Cap
tain, and would have made charges
against him had it not been that charges
had been brought against himself, and
he did not wish to appear as defending
himself by attacking his subordinates'
records.
Officer Fitch was put upon the stand
but did not know anything against
Loomis as an officer. He did know,
however, a good deal about Chinatown
and its crooked ways. It appears that
Officer Fitch was suspended for witness
ing a fight and went into the employ of
Ah Mow as ticket taker and watchman.
Officer Fitch stated positively that
money was collected from the Chinese
games and paid to certain officers on the
force, but he would not state who they
were although pressed by the Board to
do so. This ended the testimony against
Captain Loomis and Attorney Lockwood
submitted his side of the case.
Captain Loomis called Officers Boland,
Richardson and Van Luven, who testi
fied that they received their orders for
ruiding Chinese games from Loomis
when sergeant, and that such orders cov
ered all games without distinction. They
were always ordered to pull all games
they found running.
Officer Bowler was called in rebuttal
of McCarthy's statement made last Tues
day that Loomis once said to him
(McCarthy) in the presence of Officer
Bowler, that the Mayor had intimated
that he (Loomis) was being bribed to
protect Chinese gambling houses.
Captain Loomis was questioned by
Attorney Lockwood and stated that he
had never received any money or other
reward for allowing Chinese games to
run. Attorney Lockwood requested that
the Board suspend Captain Loomis.
The Board unanimously decided that
the charges against Captain Loomis were
not sustained, and that he was honor
ably exonerated upon motion by Chief
Benedict. Adjourned.
Electors can get certificates to vote to
day all day long at the Clerk's office.
Those not on the Register of two years
ago must have certificates to vote. Get
them and vote "No" on the Charter.
A REGULAR FLOOD.
Terrific Rainstorms on the Desert.
More Washouts.
The rain came down in a perfect tor
rent on the desert on Thursday night,
and as a result the Southern Pacific is
suffering from a good many washouts.
They are not very large but are numer
ous and are scattered between Cactus
and Salton. The passenger train that
left this city at 7:40 p. m. on Thurs
day was held at Indio all night and con
tinued its journey Fast war. I at noon yes
terday. No. 20 for this city from the
East arrived this morning several
hours behind time. The big washout at
Texas Hill that delayed travel the night
before has been repaired and the others
will be fixed as soon as possible. A
large force of men are kept at work night
and day and the delay to traffic will not
be very great. Railroad men who were in
the storm Thursday night state that it
was something terrible. The water fell
in almost a solid mass at times, over two
inches being registered at one
point inside of an hour. The
placed where the track is washed out is
of a gravelly soil, and although there are
Beveral places cut for the water to wash
through, it tears a different channel
every time. There is only one way that
these washouts could be prevented, and
that is impracticable, inasmuch as it
means putting the entire road across the
desert on trestle work.
Electors can get certificates to vote to
day all day long at the Clerk's office.
Those not on the Register of 'two years
ago must have certificates to vote. Get
them and vote "No" on the Charter.
NEW BOOKS.
Recent Additions to the Public
Library.
The following is a list of the hooks
recently added to the Public Library:
"The Lord's Prayer in the Principal
Languages in the World," T. F, Berg
holtz; "Olivia Delaplaine," Edgar Faw
att; "Literary Style and Other Essays,"
Wm. Mathews; "Report of the Com
missioner of Agriculture, 1887;" "Illus
trated History and Cyclopedia of Free
masonry," Robert Macoy; "Index to
Appleton's Annual Cyclopedia, 1870 to
1887;" "Robert Elamere," Mrs. Hum
phery Ward; "At the Mercy of Tiberius,"
Agusta Evans Wilson; "Los Angeles City
Directory, 1888," W. H. L. Corran;
"Journal of Proceedings and Addresses
of the National Educational Association,
1887;" "Bulletin of the United States
Fish Commission for 1886;" "A Treatise
on Citrus Culture in California," B. M.
Lelong; "The Earth and Its Inhabitants;
Africa West," Etesce Reclus; "Life and
Public Services of Grover Cleveland and
A. G. Thurman," W. N. Hensel;
Los Angeles County," Young & Friend;
"Beacon Lights of History (Jewish
Heroes and Prophets)," John Lord;
"Manuel of Mythology," A. S. Murray;
"Shakespeare and the Bible, Parallel
Passages," G. L. Colton; "Homespun
Yarns," Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney; "A
Farce Illumined," E. P. Roe; "A Knight
of the Nineteenth Century," E. P. Roe;
"An Almanack for the Year 1887," Jas.
Whitaker; "John Ward, Preacher,"
Margaret Deland;" Virginia of Virginia,"
Amelia Rives; "Some Noted Princes,
Authors and Statesmen," James Parton,
Ed.; "Famous American Statesman," S.
K. Bolton; "In Search of the Casta
ways," Jules Verne; "Before the Cur
few and Other Poems," O. W. Holmes;
' ; Bibliotheca Aveana, "SpeculatorMorum;
"Key to New Algebra," Robinson; "Ele
ments of Surveying and Navigation,"
Chas. Davies; "Industrial Drawing for
Beginners," Manual of Ancient Geogra
phy and History," Wm. Putz; "Hand
Book of Medical Geography and His
tory," Wm. Putz; "The Analogy of Re
ligion," Joe Butler;" Historical Sketches
of Kentucky," Lewis Collins; "Where
to Emigrate and Why," F. B. Goddard;
"Sketches and Legends of the Rhine,"
Victor Hugo; "The Homes of the New
World." two volumns, Fredrika Bremer;
"Elijah the Tishbite," F. W. Krum
macher /'Mineral Resources of the States
West of the Rockies," J. Rose Brown;
"Sketch of the Settlement and Exjplora
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY" HERALD: SAT UK DAT MORtfITC. OCTOBER 20, 1888.
t nof Lower California," J. Ross Brown;
"Life of General Benjamin Harrison and
L'jvi P. Morton," Lew Wallace and Geo.
Townsend; * Hiß Broken Sword," Win
n'e Louise Taylor; "Adventures of
Pioneer Children," C. F. Colerick;
'The World's Verdict," Mark Hopkins,
Jr.; "The Appeal to Life," Tb.eo._T.
Munger; "Selections from Poetical
Works," Victor Hugo; "The Ingoldsby
Legends," Thos. Ingoldsby, Esq.; "Re
liques of Ancient English Poetry," Thos.
Percy; The Spanish Ballads, "Chron of
the Cid," by Southey, J. G. Lockhart;
' Poetical Works," Frances R. Haver
gul; "A Dictionary of Quotations," Anna
L. Ward ; "The Prose Tales," three vol
umns, Edgar Allen Poe; "The World of
Wit and Humor," Geo. M. Fenn ; "The
GenealoKV of John Marsh, Salem, 1688
to 1888," L. B. Marsh; "History of Cal
ifornia,"volumn6,lß4B-1850,"H. H.Ban
croft ;"PoeticalWorks," John Keats ;"The
Language and Poetry of Flowers, etc.;"
"Gentle Breadwinners," Catherine Ow
en ; "Virginebus Pueresque," R. L.
Stevenson; "Words and Their Uses,"
R.G.White; "Smithsonian Report for
1885, to July;" "The Supremacy of
Man," John Pulsford; "Morgenrothe, a
Book and a Sign of this Age," John
Pulsford ; "Infoldings and Unfoldings of
the Divine Genius in Nature and Man,"
John Pulsford; "Jacob's Latin Reader,"
Rev. Teter Bullions; "Latin Grammar,"
Rev. Peter Bullions; "Analytical and
Practical Grammar of the English Lan
guage;" "Latin Grammar," Andrews &
Stoddard; "Latin Grammar," C. Z.
Zumpt; "Works of Horace, with English
Notes," Charles Anthon; "Sallust's Jur
gurthine, War and Conquests of Cata
line," Charles Anthon j "First Six Books
of the .Enid, with First, Second and
Fourth Eclogues of Virgil," R. G. Mc-
Farland; "A First Book in Greek," Mc-
Clinton oV Crooks; "Gnrca Minora, with
Notes," Andrew Daljel; "Ollendorff's
New Method of Learning French," V.
Value; "The Classic French Reader,"
Alain de Finar; "German and English
Dictionary," in two parts, G. J. Adler;
"Colloquial Phrases and Dialogues in
English and German," Joseph Ehren
fried; "New Method of Learning Ger
man," W. H.Woodbury; "Elementary
German Reader, W. H. Woodbury;
"English Teacher," T. S. Pinneo; "A
Practical Grammar," Noble Brooks;
"Manual of Phonography," Ben Pitman.
Electors can get certificates to vote to
day all day long at the Clerk's office.
Those not on the Register of two years
ago must have certificates to vote. Get
them and vote "No" on the Charter.
'Mm l is lor Profit.
PJditors Herald—l sea an article writ
ten by a Fresno gentleman, he does not
give his name, where he says the white
and brown Smyrnas and brown Ischia
are the best varieties of figs mostly
sought for at this time. He knows of no
orchard that is yet in full bearing, and
knows of but one nursery in the State
having the above-named varieties for
sale. For the benefit of those who don't
know, I give a few hints of my experi
ence of fig culture. For the last sixteen
years I have been in the fig business,
and have now a small orchard in what I
call full bearing; have been selling the
fruit of the same to a drying and crystal
izing company of Los Angeleß for the
last Beveral years. They pay me $50 per
ton. Th 9 same parties offered to obligate
themselves to take all the figs I could
grow for ten years to come at the above
named price. I also have a nursery of
some several thousand young trees that
will be ready for market the coming sea
son, of the above-named varieties. 1
would not grow any other varieties.
From this fact my fruit has always been
awarded first premium wherever it has
been exhibitod at different fairs. At the
second annual fair of the Los Angeles
County Pomological Society of the
Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellowß
there was a grand display of fruits from
four counties. The Awarding Committee
gave me a silver medal on the best dried
figs.
The planting out of figs is gaining
favor very rapidly. And why not?
There is quicker money and more of it
with loss expense than anything that
grows in our soil. For illustration—and
I speak from my own experience—you
may set one, five or ten acres to figs—l
mean the white and brown Smyrnas and
brown Ischia. You may set the same
number of acres to oranges or walnuts
and the fig at six years old will give you
a better income than oranges or walnuts
will when they get to be twelve years
old. Please reflect on this.
Jab. Stewart, Downey City.
Camp-meetln-r.
The Seventh Day Adventists are hav
ing a camp-meeting in this city at tho
corner of Pico and Grand avenue. They
have forty-six tents erected and the
campers seem comfortable and quite at
home. The ministers present are J. N.
Loughborough and ■N. C. McClure of
Oakland and San Francisco, J. 11. Cook
of Fresno, W. M. Healey of San Diego,
E. A. Briggs of Pasadena and G. K.
Owen of Los Angeles. They report pro
gress and an increase of members in all
their fields of labor. They have just
cjosed a camp-meeting in Oakland, where
they had some two hundred tents and
about one thousand people. The best of
order is maintained in their gatherings of
this kind. The daily order of exercises
is rising at 5:30 a. m., general prayer and
social meeting at 6a. m., family prayers
at 8 a. v., young peoples' meeting at
9:30 a. m., preaching at 10:30 a. m. and
2:30 and 7:30 p. m. and all retire at 9
o'clock. The preaching sots forth the
faith of the people and is of an earnest
devotional nature. The meetings con
tinue until Monday evening of next
week.
Indians vs. Chinamen.
The Chinamen shipped down by the
A. & P. for work on the track repairs
between Barstow and Mojave have all
quit. They claim that they were ill
treated by the Mojave Indians who are
also employed on the road, and who
they say stole their rice, tea and other
provisions. To add to their discomfiture
the paycar came along and a noker game
was started in which the Indians cleaned
them out of every cent they had. The
railroad company does not much regret
the loss of the Mongolians, as one Indian
can do as much work as three of them.
Electors can get certificates to vote to
day all day long at the Clerk's office.
Those not on the Register of two years
ago must have certificates to vote. Get
them and vote "No" on the Charter.
New Enilnei.
Two new switch engines arrived at the
San Fernando-street depot from the East
yesterday. They are splendid pieces of
workmanship and are much admired by
all railroad men who have seen them.
They will put them in operation at once.
CARS IN DEMAND.
nut the I nlon Pacific Hoad Is
Not Blockaded.
For some time past the western roads
have not had enough freight cars to con
veniently handle all the business offered
to them, and this is stated to be Jue to
the fact that the trunk lines in the East
are using their cars for the grain ship
ments there. Under ordinary circum
stances a car shipped from this coast to
the East should be returned within
thirty-five days, but some have been out
nearly two months, and there
are still no signs of their ap
pearance here. The car accountants
are telegraphing to find out the cause of
this delay, as the cars are badly needed
on the coast. A statement was made in
one of the northern papers to the effect
that owing to this condition of affairs
the Union Pacific road was blockaded,
but Mr. A. J. Hechtman, the company's
representative in this city, received the
following dispatch yesterday from head
quarters :
"Baldwin at Omaha wires that state
ment in papers of our being blocked is
false. All freight trains are moving on
the whole line of the road."
i>EAL SKINS.
riftccn Carloads Received by the
A. A P.
A special train of fifteen carloads o'
seal skins waa received at Mojave Thurs
day by the A. <fe P. for transportation
to New York, en route to London. The
skins arrived from Alaska during the
early part of the week, and will be hur
ried through to their destination. The
total weight of the load is 300,000 pounds,
and as the freight across the continent is
$2 per 100, the expense of the transporta
tion is one of the reasons why sealskin
sacques come so high. This makes a
total of thirty-five cars shipped this
season by the Alaska Commercial Com
pany, bringing their freight bill to
$26,665, exclusive of the charges across
the ocean. After leaving the A. & P.
the Erie Dispatch will handle the special
and will endeavor to get it across the
continent in fifteen days, the time made
by the last train.
Electors can get certificates to vote to
day all day long at the Clerk's office.
Those not on the Register of two years
ago must have certificates to vote. Get
them and vote "No" on the Charter.
Depot Jotting**.
A. Warner Bros.' excursion left for the
Hast Thursday night.
Mr. J. Adams, of the Chicago and
Alton, left yesterday for the City of
Mexico.
The station of Conrad on the Santa
Ana brauuh is iienceforth to be known
as Miraflores.
Mr. John Clark, of the Union Pacific,
accompany's that company's excursion
, as far as Fresno.
An excursion of seventy-five people,
over the great Rock Island road recruited
in this district by the genial Mr. F. W.
Thompson left for the East Thursday
night.
The special trainload of raisins recent
ly shipped from Fresno over the Santa
Fe to New York made the trip in six
teen days.
Mr. J. O. Dodge has been appointed
Superintendent of the Arizona division
of the Atlantic and Pacific by General
Superintendent A. A. Gaddis.
Owing to the heavy exports of flour
from the Pacific Coast ts the East a rate
of $1 per 100 has been announced by
the Transcontinental Association.
The many friends of Geo. D. Hunter,
Agent for the Texas and Pacific at El
Paso, will be pleased to hear that he was
married on the 18th inst. at Indianapolis.
The Southern Pacific is building a
track from Altamont to tap the Liver
more coal mines. One mile of the nine
that is to be constructed is completed.
Secretary Gaskell, of the Railway
Commission, is preparing a railroad map
of the State. It will be the first official
document of that description ever pub
lished.
An attempt is being made to get an
uniform freight classification on all lines
west of Chicago and St. Louis. It is be
lieved though that Congressional action
will be necessary.
Electors can get certificates to vote to
day all day long at the Clerk's office.
Those not on tho Register of two years
ago must have certificates to vote. Get
them and vote "No" on the Charter.
To Wed.
The following persons were yesterday
licensed to wed:
E. J. McCormick and Lizzie Burt, of
Los Angeles.
Daniel Hassheider, of Santa Ana, and
Coraline H. Kaufman, of Wilmington.
Victor D. Daly and Missouri J. Watts,
of I,os Angeles.
William Bellis and Ellen E.vey, of
Downey.
Pullman Passenger*.
The following Pullman passcngera left
yesterday for San Francisco and the
East:
By the 1:15 p. v. train—George Craw
ford, Mr. Diamond, Mrs. Joyce, H. J.
Edwards, C. J. Ellis, W. Derbro. E. M.
Hooper, George.Herrmann, H. W. Blais
dale, Mrs. Eaton,W. H. Perry, A. Beam,
Mr. White, Mrs. Arthur.
By the 10:30 P.M. train—Mrs. B. E.
Boss.
Soothed and Heals,
SANTA ABIE soothes and heals the mem
branes of the throat and lungs, when poisoned
and inflamed by disease. It prevents night
sweats and tightness across the chest, cures
coughs, croup, asthma, colds, bronchitis, pneu
monia, whooping-cough and all other throat
and lung troubles. No other medicine is so
successful in curing nasal catarrh as CALI
FORNIA CAT-R-CURE. Tho enormous and
increasing demand for these standard Califor
nia remedies confirm their merits. Sold and
absolutely guaranteed by C. If. Haner at $1 a
package Three for $2.50.
Paint Your Floor
With Semm's Floor Taint. Dries over night.
For sale at J. M. Blackburn*, 310 South Spring
street, near Fourth.
For good company and a cool glass Culm
backer or extra pale beer come to the Vienna
Buffet, cor. Main and Requena streets.
TENTS at Foy'B harness Shop, 217LosAngeles
street.
Vignes & McGregor. 134 North Main streets
JTJACOBS Q\l
For Sick and Nervous
HEADACHE®^
AND FOB rj iP&f&ISr
TOOTHACHE.
Cured Promptly
and Permanently.^f*^lrfr^^lSl
Sold by Druggists and Dealers.
fHE CHARLES A. VOOCUUI CO., BulUmors. Hd.
POLITICAL.
TURN OUT
TO
THE SPEAKING
AT
FOLLOWING PLACES
At Times Indicated.
Saturday October 20th.
LOS ANGELES CITY—
Hon. Reel B. Terry, Democratic nominee
for Congress from Sixth District, and
Major Geo. S. Patton.
GLENDORA-
Judge R. J. Dunnigan and others.
VVHITTIER—
Hon. S. M. White and Portland C. Hunt,
Esq.
OKANGE—
Dr. Louis Schneider.
VERNON DALE—
Hon. J. Marion Brooks and Don Carlos
L. Cruz (in Spanish).
POMONA—
Prof. E. S. Lippitt.
INGLEWOOD— •*
Judge R. A. Ling and C. L. Goodwin,
Esq.
SAN GABBIEL—
R. F. Sgpulveda, Esq., and Mr. Adcoek.
PASADENA—
Mrs. Clara B. Foltz.
Sunday, October 21st.
LOS ANGELES (Turner Hall)—
Tr. Louis Schneider.
Monday, Oct. 22d, at 7:30 P. M.
PASADENA—
Prof. E. S. Lippitt.
DUARTE SCHOOLHOUSE—
Judge M. M. Miller and W. A. Ryan,
Esq.
ALHAMBRA—
Hon. S. M. White and Major G. W. Ar
buckle.
ORANGE—
Judge R. J. Dunnigan and Col. J. J,
Ayers.
LEMON STATION—
R. F. Sepulveda and R. R. Dominguez.
DEL SUR SCHOOLHOUSE—
Hon. S. A. Waldron, Democratic nom
inee for Assemblyman, Seventy-Sev
enth District, and others.
Tuesday, October 23d.
SANTA ANA—
Prof. E. S. Lippitt.
AZUSA—
Hon. S. M. White and A. T. Patton, Esq.
PALMDALE—
Hon. S. A. Waldron, Democratic nom
inee for Assemblyman, Seventy-Sev
enth District, and others.
NEWHALL—
Hon. J. Shirley Ward and F. Church,
Esq.
CAHUENGA—
Major G. W. Arbuckle.
SAN ANTONIO SCHOOLHOUSE—
B. A. Lugo and Judge R. A. Ling.
Wednesday, October 24th.
LOS ANGELES CITY—
Prof. E. S. Lippitt. |
LANG'S STATION—
Hon. S. A. Waldron, Democratic nominee
for Assemblyman, Seventy-seventh Dis
trict, and others.
Thursday, October 25th.
COMPTON—
Col. J. J. Ayers and Major W. K. Burke.
MONROVIA— ,
Hon. S. A. Waldron, Democratic nom
inee for Assemblyman, Seventy-Sev
enth District, and C. L. Goodwin, Esq. i
Friday, October 26th.
ALHAMBRA—
Hon. S. A. Waldron, Democratic nom
inee for Assemblyman, Seventy-Sev
enth District, and H. G. Wiltshire, Esq.
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________ v. ___ ...
CARRIAGES, WAGONN, ETC.
RICEAIDSOS-KIMBALLW.,
FINE CARRIAGES,
BUGGIKB,
spring; and 1 arm Wagons
—AND—
—AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
-48 and r,O N. Los Angeles St.,
Los AN9ELEB. Cal. 01-t
FOR FINE BUGGIES
—AND—
CARRIAGES
—60 TO—
EL GIEBE,
The Farm Implement Dealer.
44 to 48 N. Los Angeles St.. Los Angeles).
Furniture and Carpets.
W. S. ALLEN,
DEALER IN
FURNITURE
AND
CARPETS.
32 and 34 Soutn Spring St.
WALTON &WACHTEL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ln
FURNITURE
OF ALL KINDS,
At Lowest Possible Bates.
314, 818 and 818 South Spring St.,
06-tf Bet Third and Fourth Sts.:
HOLLYWOOD I
The beautiful foothill sMrarb of Los Angeles
at Cahuenga Pass Is higher than the highest
point in the city. This most lovely spot is sit
uated six miles west of Los Angeles in the frost
less belt. It possesses the finest soil in tbe
world—nothing equal to It elsewhere. It will
grow successfully the most delicate flower or
tender plant In midwinter, without irrigation;
in fact, we never irrigate this foothill land. It
does not reqnLe it. It Is a very healthy loca
tion. No malaria, but little fog, pure, unmol
ested ocean breeze every day in the year. Pure,
soft water. Therefore no more healthy location
can be found anywhere. Fine view of ocean
vessels, city, valley and mountain. We defy
competition in all of the advantages that go to
make A DESIRABLE SPOT FOR A HOME! It
cannot be beat. Yes, it cannot be equaled. I
know tnis is saying a great deal. I am willing
to stake my reputation on what I say. lam re
siding at Hollywood, and Intend to make It our
permanent home. A number of fine buildings
are now baing built at this point. Water is be
ing piped. Cement sidewalks are being put
down. The Cahuenga Valley Railroad is fin
ished to this place, and six trains each way are
now running on this road. See time table.
This railroad is running in connection with the
Second-street Cable. Half-fare tickets will be
sold to persons residing at Hollywood, thus af
fording splendid connection with the city. The
Los Angeles* County Railroad will soon be com
pleted and running to this place.
HOLLYWOOD
Is now for the first time offered for sale, at low
prices and easy terms, in quantities to suit pur
chasers. Special inducements will be offered
to persons makiDg valuable improvements, nn
til a certain number of fine houses are secured.
After that is done, then land and lots at this
point will be held firm for what they are really
worth. There is from 6 to 7 acres iv a block,
and nearly a half acre in a lot. Ask any old
citizen of I.os Angeles about this location, and
then call on me at Hollywood, or WILCOX &
SHAW, 34 North Spring street, or on any good
reliable real estate firm in Los Angeles, all of
whom are hereby authorized to act as my agents.
o9 lm H. 11. WILCOX.
LOS ANGELES -
Carpet Cleaning Works.
All Orders Promptly Attended To.
None but Skilled Mechanics Employed.
CHARGES REASONABLE.
Works on AI, YAK DO ST.
Office: 101 NORTH MAIN STREET.
P. O. Box 1104. Telephone 063.
SIDNEY LACEY,
04-lm PROPRIETOR.
Auction Pools
Straight, Place and Combination
Bookmaking,
And best odds laid on all Turf Events,
DIRECT WIRE TO ROOM.
Stakes Held on Election.
Commission 3 per Cent.
RODMAN & CO.,
Corner Spring and Temple Streets,
oi S nl
THE O.M. V RELIABLE
OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT,
—THE—
Los Angeles Optical Institute,
NOW AT
64: "North Main Street.
Will remove to its new and elegant store :
131-133 S Spring St., Eos Angeles,
(THEATRE BUILDING)
About November Ist.
Los Angeles Optical Institute, 84 i
Nortn Main Street. I
STRASSB URGER & MARSCHUTZ. i
Opticians and dealers ln Photo Supplies. 1
fB-5m
The Baldwin Hotel,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
E. J. BALDWIN, ----- PROPRIETOR
FINEST ROOMS AND BEST CUISINE.
FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS.
REASONABLE RATES.
Theatre adjoining wholly lighted by the in
candescent electric system, the same system
now being introduced in Hotel.
Send for descriptive book. 014 lm
THE FAUBT,
15 Nortn Main Street.
The world renowned
St. Louis Faust Lager Beer
(Brewed by tbe 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.
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aVK AND LOCKIDIITH.
Grun and Locksmith.
Sharpening and Repairing of l awn
mowers.
Safe Repairing of any description.
70 8. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
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Restaurants.
Thos. L. Bedford. "~&uTie«lforaC
Two Brothers
roftsL Restaurant
MEALS, 25c. 21 MEALS, 91.50.
Everything neat and clean.
No. 80 East Second Street,
. LOB ANGELEB, CAL. »22 lm
ILLIOH'S ~
Restaurant and Oyster Parlors,
41 and 48 Nortti main Street.
BB- PRIVATE ROOMS upstairs for ladles
and families, where meals will be served in til*
best style.
ol6tf JERRY ILLICH, Proprietor.
Storage and Commission.
B. G. Wstse, Proprietor.
GRAIN. WOOL
—AND—
General merchandise Warehouse.
Storage, Commission and Insurance.
, all , k,I " J • of Agricnlntrsl Imple
ments. Wholesale snd retail dealers ln Im
ported and Domestic Wines, Brandies sad
Whiskies. 684 to 686 Alameda street.
etui
California Warehouse,
COR. SEVENTH AND ALAMEDA.
GRAIN, WOOL
AND—
General Merchandise Warehouse
Storage, Commission and Insurance.
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Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
FIRST INSTALLMENT
—or-
FALL CLOTHING.
NOBBY SUITS,
LIGHT WEIGHT OVERCOATS,
SATCHELS, CLUB BAGS,
Everything for All
At 10 South Spring Street.
ABERNETHY & TAFT.
Wood and Lumber Yards.
""Sew^lioxjs^
Wagon Material, Hardwood,
Iron, Steel,
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools,
Cabinet Woods, etc.
JOHN & 00.
13 and 14 South Eos Angeles Street.
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WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS
Lumber and Manufacturing
COMPANY.
Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company.
Oregon Pine and California Redwood Lnmber
of every description at i"ueir new yard on
Date, Chavez and Mission streets. We have •
fine stock of Laths, Pickets, Shingles and Fin
ishing Lumber of a superior quality. We are
also prepared to fill orders on short notice for
building materials of every description.
Particular attention paid to orders for on
usual lengths and dimensions.
Orders solicited.
01-tf J. A. BUSS Agent.
SCHALLERT-GANAHL
EVmBBR COmPANY.
MAIN OFFICE AND YARD—
Corner First and Alameda Streets,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
BRANCH YARDS—
East Los Angeles Lnmber Yard, cor. Hon" and
Water streets.
Washington-street Lnmber Yard, cor. Washing
ton street and Grand svenne.
Garvanza Lnmber Yard. Garvanza. l23tf
J. A. Henderson President.
J. R. Bmubb Vice-Prea. snd Tress.
Wm. F. Marshall Secretary.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
LUMBER COMPAKI
• LUMBER AND BUiTdING MATERIAL.
Office and yard, 180 East First St., Los Angeles.
019-tf
j. m, Griffith company,
LUMBER DEALERS.
Manufacturers of
Boors, Windows, Blinds, Stairs,
STAIR-RAILS, BALLUBTERS,
Newell Posts and mill work of every descrip
tion, and dealers in Lime, etc.
538 N. Alameda St., Eos Angeles.
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KERCKHOFF-CUSSNBR
Mill and Lumber Company,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBEE!
Yards at San Pedro (Wharf), Los Angeles
(Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Puents, Ls
manda, Monrovia, Azusa, Qlendors, Lords
burg, Burbank.
Planing Mills st Loa Angeles, Pomona, Mon
rovia. 525-tt
CO-OPERATIVE LUMBER COMPANY
275 N. main St , Eos Angeles.
This company Is now prepared to receive or
ders for all descriptions ef lnmber, railroad
ties, piles, shingles, laths, etc.
Subscriptions for stock, which will be taken
st par for lnmber at COST PRICE, will be re
ceived by
A. C. FISH, STS N. malm St.
W. A. VANDERCOOK. 275 N. Main.
J. C. MERRILL. 113 W. First.
C. A. SUMNER A CO., 54 N. Main.
POMEROY & GATES, 16 Court St.
C. B. RIPLEY. Pasadeua.
ELLIS A SIMPSON, Pasadena. s2O ti
Western Lumber Co.
tabd:
Cor. Ninth and San Peuro Streets.
LUMBER of all class csn be had atthlsysrd.
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D. R. ROZKI.L. A. BOUXL.
ROZELL BROS.,
—DEALEBS IN—
Lumber and Building- Material.
Yard corner Main snd Jefferson Sts.,
Telephone No. 745. Los Angeles, CsL
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PERRY, MOTT & COS
Lumber Yarda
AND PLANING MILLS,
1 Mo. 76 Commercial Street (. 01-tf

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