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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO 23. AMI SEMENTB. fIRAND OPERA HOUSE. VJ H. 0. W v ATI, Lessee and Manager. WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, OCT. 29. AN EXTRAORDINARY DRAMATIC EVENT! Manager Wyatt taken pleasure In announcing an engagement with two of the most promin ent of thclea.'.l' g a, tlstson the American stage. The most versatile actor living, LOUIS JAMES, And the beautilul and great exponent of Shakespeare's heroines, MARIE W A 1 N W R 1 « n T, Supported by a company of unusual excellence. Monday. , Othello. > Othello Louis James. October 20> Desdcmona . Marie Wainwright. Tuesday, > Much Ado About Nothing:. 5 Beatrice Marie Wainwright. October 30> Benedick ..Louis James. Wednesday,) As You I.lke It. ? Rosalind Maiic Wainwright. October 315 Orlando Loulb James. Thursday > School lor Scandal. 5 Lady Teazle Marie Wainwright. November 11 Chas. Surface.Louis James. Friday, ) Hamlet. c Hamlet Louis James. November 2> Ophelia Marie Wainwright. Saturday, ) Virftlnlus. > Virginius Louis James. November 3> Virginia Marie Wainwright. GRAND COMEDY-Matinee Saturday. All the costumes are new and are the 6ame it used by this company at the FIFTH AVENUE THEATRE, New York. They are made from original designs in the Diesden Art Gallery by CHAS. HAWTHORNE, of New York-. Scale OP Pricks—First four rows, dress cir cle, $1.50; balance dress circle and parquette, 91; balcony, reserved, 75c; balcony, admis sion, SOc.; gallery, 260. o24td RAND OPERA "HOUSE. H. C. W yatt, Lessee and Manager. ONE NIGHT ONLY—SUNDAY, OCT. 28th, Return of the Favorites. WEBSTKR-B RA DI COMPANY, Direct from their Sau Francisco and Eastern successes, presenting H Rider-Haggard's wonderful Romance, S-H-E-! A GRAND SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION! Entirely new scenery, painted by Ernest Albert ol Chicago, scenic artist for Bcoth and Barictt. Prices—2sc , 50c, 75c and $1. o24td TTrand OPERA HOUSE. \J H. C, Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. One week only, COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 22nd. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. THF. PREMIERS! Haverlys American - European Mastodon Minstrels! The Haverly-Clevelaad efforts combined. W. 8. Cleveland, sole proprietor and manager. A host of minstrel celebrities beaded by the great comediao, FRANK CUSHMAN. The modern minstrel, LEW HAWKINS. Mysti fying CRAWLEY, G. H. FIELDING, the eccen tric grotesque. The gorgeous $10,000 first part. The imperial Japanese Tronpe, ten lv number, direct Irom tbe Court Theater of bis Majesty, 'he Mikado of Japau, including three cute, cun ning little All-llighU, the amusement sensa tion. March of the Polish Grenadiers. The Lawn Fete. A choir of solo singers. Grand orche-tra aud military band. ALL INIMI TABLE ! Beautiful street parade at 11:45 a.m. daily. C. E. Clf.vki.and, Business Manager. olBtf ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Comer Filth «nd Olive sts. ONE WEEK ONLY. THIS MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, And during the week. Wednesday and Saturday Matinees JIMS. PHILIPPE SALVINI'S UNIQUE ATTRACTION Pronounced by : —80— : press and public to : —80— : vo.-idkrs be the only com- novelties : —80— pany of living won- —80— ders ever seen In * America. Direct Irom Mexico. Traveling in their own special cars. The only MONKEY COMEDIAN, "PETROFF.' The only "GORILLA" COMEDIAN, "NERON." Evening prices—2sc, 50c atd 75c. Matiuce prices—2sc. and 50c. No extra charge lor reserved seats. Seats now on sale at R. W. Ellis's drag store. No. 27 S. Spring St., bet. First and Sesond sts. 017 CIALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM & THEATER j North Main street, near First. Doyle & Isaacs, Proprietors. Week. Commencing Saturday, October 20. museum features. Viola Grace. Henrietta Morit/, the German Midget; Gen. Cardenaa, the Marvelous Midget; Capt. smith Cook, Kentucky Giant; lola, the beautiful Circassian; Prof. Greiner, Bohemian SI ass artist; Punch and Judy, the children's ellght. THEATRE. Prof. Forestell, Davenport Rope. Tleing; Paul LaDrew, Female Impersonator; Sam Gilder, Lone Star Minstrel; Walter Qoldie, Eccentric Comedian; Kittle Hoyt. Soubrette. Doors open from 10 a. at, to 10 p. m . Admission, 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra. gECOND STREET PARK. CONCERT EVEEY SUNDAY. ADMISSION FREE. THE FAMILY RESORT OF LOS ANGELES. Opened every day from 6 a. K. to 10 p. m. oOtf CHARLES AFPELDORN, Maueger. PROF FISCHER'S CHILJJREN'S BALL TO begin Saturday evening, October 27, at 7:30, at the Dancing Academy, Nca. 229 and 231 S. Sprlng-st. Admission 25c. Scholars free 025-3t Ell ULAR PRIV ATE~SOI REE AT PROF. Fischer's Daucing Academy, 229 and 231 S. Spring st., to-moirow (Friday) night. 025-2t HE GRANDEST SIGHT IN LOS ANGELES ia the SIEGE OF PARIS! Main and Third sts. Open daii> (Including Sundays) from 9A. m. to 10 p. m. Admission—2sc. 07-lm WANTS. PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD vertisements under the following heads inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each Insertion. SPECIAL, NOTICES. W""mTTcu hnP TaTIOR? * DYErT SCOURER and repairer, 226 W. Second at., Los An geles. _ 08-lm R. TICKETS BOUa HT AND~SOLD —CUT . rates at STEVENS & CO., 10 W. First It. OOtf ffll i \— MIDWIFE AND" NURSE; 20 YEARS' fIpXU experience. Address Electrlo P. 0., city. E HOLMES. 013 lm XCELSIOR STEAM LA UNBRY—MAIN office permanently located at No. 15 West Second at. Laundry 184 Wall st. All orders promptly attended to. Telephone 367. o2stf OTICE TO BUILDERS—ANY KIND OF building to build on easy terms, plans and specifications furnished gratis, by J. FRIED LANDER, architect, 23 N] Spring st. 524 12m E CAN BUILD COTTAGES AND HOUSES of all descriptions for less money than any contractor in town. It will pay you to get oar figures and ideas if yon intend building. We mean basn -as and guarantee satisfaction. Address P. O. box 1452, City. 00-tf HUSINESS CHANCES Hotela, lodging-houses, restaurants, lunch rooms, cigar, liquor, confectionery, grocery, boot and shoe, drugs for sale: some rare bar gains; exchanges > an be made for property. Stevens a CO.. 10 w. First at. tjjgtj ILL BE COMPLETED AND FOR RENT after November 1. 1888, the handsomest hotel in Southern California; has all modern improvements, is situated at the depots of three rallrosds-S. P.. Atchison, Topeka and Ssnta Fe and Chlno Valley. The electric road also pasaea it. The hotel is beautifully situated midst orauge groves, parka and fountains Nothing lovelier on this coast To the right man this Is a grand opportunity. It must be seen to b« appreciated. Address SOUTHERN PACIFIC HOTEL, Ontario, Cal. 022 tf* ALLOPATHISTS. DsW. W. REESE, HE A LTH OfViCER, NO 7N. Spring; Bt, Telephone 603. a2Btl. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1888.—TEN PAGES. PERSONAL,. /IKO. C. KEYEO, ARCHITECT, PLEASE It call at this office. olPtf \f R. L. E. GASTON, FORMERLY OF THE 111 Elite Restaurant, 13 W. First st., please call at this office. ol9tf DIVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A BPECI alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB. At tornoy, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. 529-tf SIRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOYANT, CONSULT -IM. tatlons on business, law suits, mineral spec ulations, love, marriage, absent friends, dis eases, life-reading, etc. 28 South Spring street, Room 15. OA. H. to 6p. «. 529-tf wanTtu- jiale^helpT W~ANTED— CHAIR VARNISIIER. APPLY to HEY'WOOD BROS, A CO,, 861 Upper Main st. 025 2t \I^NTED— FEMALTi^ WANTED, A GIRL TO ASSIST IN A SMALL family. Inquire at Stengel's Nursery North JohnKOn st., E L. A. 024 7t* WANTEU-SITI ATIONB. WANTED-A YOUNG AMERICAN WOMAN wishes a situation as a first-class Cook. Would do general housework. Address 8, box 50, this office. 024-2t* WANTED —FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER, recently from the East, desires engage meets in families or at home. Best city refer ences given. Terms $3.00 per day. Call or address DRESSMAKER, 628 Pcarl-st., city 024-4t* Al POSITION AS steward or manager, or both; can make a house pay; 16 years' California experience; last 4 yoars New York, best house; could advertise good California house thoroughly in the East; California and Eastern references. Address R. K„ 333 E. 43d «t.. New York city. o!7 10t« EiaPLOVIHEKT AUENCY. XF YOU WANT A COOK OR SITUATION AS a cook, free of charge, call at Cooks' Head quarters, 9 Aliso st. GEO. LACOUR. 013 lm WANTED— ALL PERSONS IN SEARCH OF help or employment to leave their order wiOA E. W. REID & CO., No. 8 N. Spring St., room 4 upstairs. A. T. Trimble, Manager. All orders receive prompt attention. o2 lm FOR RENT--Rooms. FURNISHED ROOMS-AT NEW HIGH St., Murietta block. o5 lm FOR REN I- FURNISHED ROOM, $I6~FOR one, $15 lor two; 947 Alpine St., near Sis ters' Hospital. 025-lt* FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS with board in a private family; charges reasonable. Apply at 932 South Hill St. ol9lm IjlOR RENT—FURNISHED AND UN FUR ' nished rooms, all parts of city. Largest Rental Agency in Los Angeles. A. L. TEELE, cor Second and Fort sts. 04-Im FOR RENT—ROUSES. FOR" REN T-HOUSE" OF B~ROOSIB AND lull. 326 Montreal St., near Virgin; $25. 025-3t* IjlOR RENT—ONE HUNDREB HOUBES, ALL • parts of the city. A. L. TEELE, corner' Second and Fort sts. 02-tf fJIOR RENT—6 ROOM FURNIBHED COT JD tage 109 Grand aye., near Temple. Apply to J. B COULTER. 101 S St ring. ol2tf FOR RENT, 149 S. OLIVE ST., COR. Thlrd-st., 10 rooms and bath; one of tho choicest locations In the city. Apply to DOBINSON ,t FAIRCHILD. 024-3 i* FOR RENT—THAT PRETTY COTTAGE, splendid lot, near to bmlness. No. 510 Grand aye, near Sixth. Enquire ol WILLIAM MoLEAN, 258 S. Spring. o2otl Por monk;a, on ocean avenue, elegant cottage, furnished; warm, large rooms, all modern improvements; choice flowers in abundance. A. ,1. VIELE, Schu macher Block, N. Spring St. 025 3.* 087 RENT—IIOBSE OF 9 ROOMS, WITH all modern improvements, on Figaeroa st , bet. Pico and Washington sts.; cars pass the door. Enquire ol owner, 340 S. Main et. o2 lm» FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT—2,OOO ACRES OF GOOD AL falfa and corn land, 6J£ miles from Court House; the whole or a part for a term of years. W. R. HUFF &CO , 118 W. First st. 529 lm FOR RENT-LOT ABOUT 100x150 FEET, bet. Seventh and Eighth, on 8. Main; will lease from Ito 5 years. Apply D. BOTILLER, No. 743 8. Spring, s2B lm* FOR RENT—STORES ON MAIN, SPRING, Fort and other streets; hotels, apartments, houses, etc. A. L. TEELE, corner Second and Fort sts. o2tf EXCURSIONS. FREE DEN ver and Rio Grande Railway, Salt lake City and Denver, leave Los Angeles November Ist, 15th and 20th and December 13th and 27th. Mattrasses, curtains, blankets, pillows, etc., free of charge. For farther particulars call or address F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st. Los Angeles. o4 TTNION PACIFIC EXCURSIONS — FREE U sleeping-car accommodations. No change of cars between Los Angeles and Kansas City stopping en route 24 hours at Salt Lake City ana six hours at Denver. Leave Los Angeles October 16 and 30, November 13 and 27, De cember 11 and 26. Give as the names of your friends coming to California. For tickets, berths, and all information call on or address GEO. F. COTTERAL A CO., No. 236 N. Main St. 03tf BURLINGTON ROUTE 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 for each passenger), equipped with new mattresses, blankets, pillows, curtains, ta bles and carpets. Burlington agents and colored porters accompany each party through. Route via Salt Lake City (24 hours). Denver and Omaha 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 UJNION PACIFIC OVERLAND EXCURSIONS. FREE SLEEPING CARS FROM LOS ANGELES TO THE MIBSOURI RIVER WITHOUT CHANGE. The Union Pacific management have recently completed an elegant lincol improved FAMILY SLEEPING CARS lor Southern California busi ness, fully equipped with mattresses, curtains, blankets,pillows, carpets, towels and toilet ar ticles. Express trains, quick time and beauti ful scenery. Separate berth for each passenger. These excursions will be run WEEKLY, com mencing Wednesday, October 10. 1888 Re member the dates: EVERY WEDNESDAY. Colored porter (iv uniform) accompanies each Car. For tickets, berths and other information, call on or address A. J. HECHTMAN, 828 236 N. Main St., l.os Angeles. FREE EXCURSIONS—THROUGH CARS TO Chicago. Only one change to Boston. Con ductors and porters accompany all parties. Leave Los Angeles October 11th, November Ist, 15th and 20th, December 13th and 27th. A. PHILLIPS &CO , 44 N. Spring St., Los Au geles, Cal. a27-tf TO EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE—3 500 PIECES ol property; business property, houses, lots, ranches, Eastern property, &<:., ic. Biggest list In the city. Come and trade for what jou want. J. C. WILLMON, 128}.; W First st. ocl-lm* ARC HI'I EC rs. CHAS? W. Spring Los Angeles, Cal. o22tf WR. NORTON, ARCHITECT, 30 N. SPRING . It. ol2tf COSTERISAN & FORBYTH, ARCHITECTS, rooms 21 and 22, 23 S. Sp.iug st., Loa An gelas. _ _ ol2^L PETERS A~BURNST ARCHITECTS, ROOMS 5 and 6, Howe's block, 128 W. First st. Su pervising architects, National Soldiers' Home. o!2tf ATTORNEYS. CHASE & yORRESTESr OF Titles and Abstractors, Room 35 and 36, Phillips' block. No. 1. 05-tf WALTER ROSE, ATTORNEY AND OQUN sellor at Law, room 0 Allen block, corner Spring and Temple sts. oil t( FOR SALE. If OR SALE—PI ANOS, MA ON IFICENT STEIN- J7 way and upright: must be sold; no reason able offer refused. 944 8. Grand aye., near Tenth st. 023 lm FOR SALE-Ctty Property* FOR SALENS CASH AND $10 PER MONTH buys a lot on horse car line; 30 minutes Irom center of city; prices $290 to $500; pure water free; cheaper than rent. A. L. TEKLE, agent, Second and Fort sts. o2tf UIOR SALE-$1,550, COMFORTABLE NEW J: cottage, nicely finished; near oars; on large lot covered with handsome walnut trees; one of best locations in city: $250 cash, balance *25 monthly, with interest. BYRAM & POIN DEXTBK, 19 W. First st 010 lm BNOR SALE-ONE OF THE MOST CONVENI -1 ent 8-room houses you ever saw; the rooms arc all large; 4 grates ia the house: plenty of closets; good bath-room; good story-and-a half barn, and all new; you will ssy It is well worth the money we ask, if you sec it. MILLER 4 HERRIOTT, 84 N. Spring St. o5 tf flgO i) AA-JUST LOOK" AT T HIS. SEVEN - SPO.iUvfroom house, bath,double parlors, 4 closets aud pantry; clean side of Eleventh St.. just west of Posrl St.: large lot, with sidewalk; only $500 cash and $50 per month. This house is new and elegantly finished, and worth double the money, hut must be sold. I. 8. SHERMAN, 133 W. First St., room 3. 021-7t FOR SALE—Country Property. F~OR SALE-PROPERTY 1 N ifONROVIA, Pasadena and on Vermont aye., south. For particulars apply to L. F, QUIMBY, P. O. box 1617. s2O-£iu* IjlOR SALE-60 ACRES GOOD ALFALFA 1 land, with abundant water supply. Only $125.00 per acre. Also, 80 acres Improved alfalfa laud, at $150 00 per acre. All near the city. BRYAM 4 POINDEXTER, 19 West First-st. 084-1 m FOR SALE—SS,OOO, 33k, ACRES FINEST alfalfa and fruit land; near BR. station und close to good school and church; lino flow ing artesian well: $1,000 cash, balance $1,000 Ber annum and interest. BYRAM A FOIN KXTER, 19 W. First St. 016 lm InOR SALE—SMALL FARMS, 5,10,20ACRE8 ! to suit, 1 mile from R. R. station and near Inglewood; finest ruit land, and will raise any crop without irrigation; $200 per acre; small cash payment and long time on balances to patties who will improve. BYRAM &POINDEXTF.R, 19 W. First St. 016 lm IjlOR SAUE-A 'BEAUTIFUL HOME. WHO ! would not avail themselves of this oppor tunity? Forty acres, near Lang Station, im proved partly; consisting of a dwelling-house aud other outhouses: a fine bearing orchard of promiscuous fruits and a water right. Will sell cheap. Altitude 1,800 feet; climate beau tiful Apply to W. S. LANG, Lang postofßce, Los Angeles county, Cal. 021-7t FINANCIAL. MONEY' TO "LOAN-APPLY TO ROOM 92 Temple Block. o4 ONEY TO~LOAN-L SCHMIDT, 1 AKCA jj/L St. 013-lm MONEY TO* LOAN IN" SUMS TO SUIT. F.cT ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. o2tf ONEY TO" LOAN-InIsUMS TO~BuiT, ON flrßt-class improved ci y property, at car rent rates. POMEROY 4 GAIES, 16 Court st. 017 lm RAWFORD 4 McCREARY BTILL~U>AN on chattels, real Estate, etc. $10 up. Room 10, over Los Angeles National Bank. Notes and mortgages discounted. 013-tI EDUCATIONAL. PROF. ¥. VIOLE. TEACHER OF FRENCH and Spanish languages, 100 Aliso st oH.m" cPHKRItON ACADEMY, 526 GRAND AYE. Occidental University, Boyle Heights. o*4tf NIGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANGELES BUBINBBS College and English Training Snhool. Tom pie and New High sts. D. B. WILLIAMS, P:in. olstf LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF . Music, No. 40G 8. Main St. Complete course either in music, art, language or el'ffiu tlon. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President. LOS ANGELES BUSINE33 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. s3ot ST. PAUIVsCHOC-L FOR BOYS WILL BE gin September 5, 1888, ending June 12, 1889, in the Parish Schoolhouse in rear of St. Paul's Church on Olive st. For particulars apply to MISS F. R. JOHNSTON, Principal, 435 8. Olive St.. Los Angeles, Cal. s3O lm QTOODBTJEY'B BUBINKBB COLLEGE SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 150 Soolli Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING. For particulars, call at oflice or address. «2Q-ly F. C. WOODBURY, Principal. SOUTHERN SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND ORATORY —AND— INSTITUTE FOR STAMMERERS, Rooms 1, 2 and 3, 205! i South Spring street, 1 .os Angeles. PROF. J. WHITEHORN, Instructor. Reception hours: 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. 020 BIG? A. FAJUNI'b MUSICAL STUDIO, No. 151 S. Hill Street. Last BaUMM in Los Angeles, Pupils prepared for the operatic aud concert stage; alio oratorio. Class lessons of three and four at reasonable rates. Reception hours from 2 to 3 r. m. dally. oot2l tf JNBTIITTE OF SHORTHAND. TELEGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING. 24 W. First St., Los Angeles, Cal. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. Theory and practice combined. The proprie tors, having each had many years ol experience in the arts they practice and teach, can guaran tee perfect satisfaction. open day and rvknino. 023t.f LONG LEY* A. WAGNER. HEOIJI AX pi*TsUjfANS\ DR. DARLING OCUIFst" AND AURIST Office 25 North Main St. Office Hours, 9a. m. to 4r. M.,7 toB p. v. oltf-d&w DR. O. M. BCHULTZ, 24 S. SPRING ST. Hours, 10 to 12, 2t05, 7 to 8. Night calls promptly answered. o24tf "w. FIRST 8T Specialties: All private diseases and dis eases of women. Consultation free. 526-tf CE. CLACIUS, M. D.. OFFICE, NO. 75 N . Spring St., rooms 33 and 34. Hours from 11 a. m. to 2p. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases and chronic diseases in general. 024t,f D— RTW. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR ist, 107 S Spring at., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a. m. to 12 st. aud 2to 4 P. H. » o24tf S~ 8 SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMOIPATHIST. . Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson blook. cor. First and Spring fits. Residence, 538 8. Pearl st. Offlce hours, 10 to 12 a. n. and 3tosr. m. Telephone Nos,: Offlce 697: residence 577. _ 024tl T.R. C. EDGAR SMITH-DIBE ABES bT WO Lr men a specialty. Dr. Smith has the exclu sive use of the Brinkerhoff painless system of treatment for rectal diseases of L. A. city and county. Office, cor. Spring and Second sts . Hoi lenbeok blook. o24tf R. WEST H UGHES, FORMER RESIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur Scry (including genito urinary diseases) and iseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. Spring st. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. o24tf Ti EBECC A LEE BORSeY. M. Jj7, OFFICE, NO. IX 7% N. Main at., rooms 8 and 9. Special at tention paid to obatetrics, gynecology, diseases of chest and throat and children's diseases Office hours, 9toll A. St. and 2to 4 and 7to 9 P. m. Telephone, No. 513. Night calls prompt y answered. o24tf 171LECTRO _ ESTAB- I j lished 7 years in Los Angeles. E Robbing M. D., electro magnetic healer, physician and surgeon. Diseases diagnosed without e\plana tion from the patient free of charge. Treats by magnetism, electricity, galvanism aud all klmn of baths, mimage trcatmeut and all hygienic measures calculated to cure diseases which battle the skill of other physicians. Specialty: Rheumatism, paralysis, general and ncrvoiu debility, etc., etc. Corner of First and Spring sts.. entrance on First. Office hours, 9to 12,1 to 5, 7to 9. Competent lady assistants to at tend to ladles, Telephone No. 70, olQti PROF. LIPPITT SPEAKS. A Rally of the Democracy Last Night. A FORMER REPUBLICAN'S VIEWS. A Wife Asks to be Acknowledged. Many Visitois Arrive From Eastern Points. A good sizel crowd came together last night at the Democratic speaking stand on New II igh street to listen to a speech by Prof. K. S. Lippitt of Petaluma, a former Republican, who has been draw ing large audiences in the northern part of the State. Senator M. E. (J. Munday acted as chairman of the meeting, and read a list of prominent Democrats as vice-presidents. Prof. Lippitt is a speaker of unusual excellence. His arguments are clear and strong, and he holds his hearers to a high plane of thought. His speech was not confined to the tariff as has been the case with such a large number of the speakers who have visited Los Angeles thus far. His arraingment of the Republican party coming as it does from one who for a long time was asso ciated with that organization is especially effective. He reviewed the entire career of the Republican party and rapidly sketched the evil results to the Nation of its policy while in office, in the ruin of our commerce, the accumulation of a harmful surplus, the piling up of taxes upon the people, the destruction of the navy aud the reckless waste of the people's money. The Administration of President Cleve land was then reviewed and its manifold excellencies pointed out, its freedom from scandals, its business-like policy, the rebuilding of the navy, the recovery of the public laniis faom robbers and the attention tq the rights and the needs of the people. Discussing the vetoes of President Cleveland the spoaker declared that more pension bills had been signed during this Administration and more paid out to pensioners than during the three administrations which preceded it. He believed that it was the sober judgment and the honest wish of the American people that those who deserve the Nation's benefits for ser vice in the war should receive them, but that the money was not to be thrown away recklessly without reason. On tbe question of the tariff the speak er avoided any abstract discussion and came down to the difference between the Mills bill and the substitute offered by the Senate. The latter was as plainly a measure for the benefit of the rich as the former was for the poor. Taking up item py item and com paring the two measures he proved his point conclusively. He arraigned the Republican pusillanimity in its treat ment of this aa of other questions and prophesied success to the Democracy in November for the boldness of its leader and the firmness of its followers. The audience showed by their frequent applause that the good logic of the speaker was not unappreciated. WANTS TO BE ACKNOWLEDGED. An Interesting Suit Commence<t in The .Superior Court. Isabel Apalatigui Blacklaw com menced suit yesterday in the Superior Court against John E. Blacklaw. Plain tiff alleges that on the 23rd day of No vember, 1876, she ant' defendant mutu ally agreed to become man and wife, and that then and there defendant read to her from a law book, and thereupon asked whether she would agree always to love him and be bis wife; she prom ised to do so, whereupon he agreed to take her as his lawful wife, and declared that he would so regard her until death should them part. Plaintiff alleges that they have since continued to live to gether in all respects as man and wife, and through their united efforts have amassed property in the shape of grain, hay, stock, farming implements and ma chinery, etc., to the value of about $10,000. And she complains that despite the fact that she still lives with defend ant as his wife, he has repeatedly given it out among his friends that she is not his wife, and has steadily refused to de clare their marriage openly, although repeatedly urged by her to do so. For this purpose she has instituted these proceedings, and she prays the Court that Blacklaw be compelled to make the declaration of their marriage public, and that he be ordered to pay into the court an amount sufficient to cover the costs of this suit. VISITORS. Arrival of Another Phillips' Excur sion Party. Another large Phillips & Co. excursion arrived yesterday morning over the Santa Fe route. Tbe following were members of the party: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reichert, La Crosse, Wis.; Mrs. E. A. Way, Elmira, N. V,; Miss R. G. Cole, Providence, P. I. ; Mr, and Mrs. Hazeltine, H. S. Hazel tine, Searsmond, Me.; Miss A. Hunt, Mrs. W. Crane, Patterson, N. J.; Mrs. A. Shotwell, Mrs. C. P. Baright, Asbury Park, N. J.; 'Miss Wheeler, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Mrs. J. L. Patterson, Mrs. M. D. Godfrey, Rockford, 111.; Mrs. M. L. Johnston and three children, Grand Junction, Iowa; Miss N. Battle son, Mound City, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. 11. Gardiner, Oneonta, N. V,; Mrs. S. Tompkins, Toledo, Ohio; Mr, and Mrs. 0.0. Taylor, Miss J. Cunningham, Tar rytown, New York; Mrs. E. D. Bean, J. H. Fagin, Boston, Mass.; T. Bartlett, Lowell, Mass.; F. Stoddard, Lynn, Mass: A. B. Springer, Providence, R. I.; T. Baker. G. W. Briggs, Mrs. C. W. Pierce, Mrs. M. C. Hudson, New Bedford, Mass.; Master Mosely, Master Mosely, Lynn, Mass.; J. Van Valking, Albany, N. V.; H. Kunan, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Clapp, Miss H. E. Clapp, Masters A. B. Clapp, P. S. Clapp, S. W. Clapp, Ash land, N. H.; Mrs. T. 8. Daley, Miss M. Daley, Stamford, Vt.; Miss M. Dalv, Master C. Daly, Stamford, Conn.; H. Pierce and wife, Master R. Pierce, Hins bury, Conn.; Miss R. Magee, Miss L. Magee, Miss M. Magee, St. Johns, N. B.; Master E. M. Harwood, Master A. Harwood, Master H. Har wood, Miss A. Harwood, Bennington; Mr, and Mrs. 0. H. Allock, Spring field; Mr. A. W. Warrington, Liverpool, England; Mr. D. Turnay, Brooklyn; Miss K. B. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Bourne, Mr. C. H. Bridges, J. Edmunds, Mr. M. J. Smith, New York City; Mrs. S. M. Webster, Mr. G. B. Miller, Detroit, Mich.: Mrs. Spayin, Mayndia Station, Wis.; E. A. G. Thomns, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr. H. Beach, Chicago, 111.; Mrs. M. E. Freeir, Mrs. M. C. Edmonston, Kalamazoo, Mkh ; Mr. and Mre. W. F. Biddwell, PlUsburg, N. Y. j Mrs. W. H. Shaver, Mrs. O. D. Hopkins, Shirwin, Mich.; Mrs. J. Voss, Miss M. Voss, Prairie City, 111.; Mr. E. K. White, Lena Wis.; Miss C. Lynn, Freeport, 111. ; Mrs. C. E. Jones, Ithaca, Neb.; Mrs. O. P. Heslop, Indcando, Neb.; Mrs. C. P. K. Cratts, Binghampton, N. V.; Mrs. Jones, Mrs. ('. F. Nickerson. Detroit, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. I. (). Hanna, Aurora, 111.; Mra. A. ('. Boyden, Master Hoyden Oshkosh, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Pardel, North Attleboro, Mass.; E. S. Mosebyand wife, Miss Moseby, Lvnn, Mass.; Mrs. P. J. Donlan, Mrs. M. Whalen, Hyde Park, Ma3s.; H. M. Atwood aud wife, Ben nington. Yt.; .1. H. Dodge, New York ; Misb Spangleburg, Scranton, Pa.; A. H. Chapman, St. Johnsburg, Vt.; Miss M. Boler, Boston ; Miss G. W. Knight, O. Knight, O. Moore, Bangor, Me.; Miss L. Wells, Halifax, N. S.; O. E. Matthews and wife, Detroit, Mich. San Diego—C. Y. Wood and wife, Waltham, Mass.; George Repp and wife, Philadelphia; M. Ryde, Belfast, Me.; J. A. Dyer. Miss Dyer, Miss A. A. Puce. Cohassett, Mass.; Mrs. Garland, Bangor, Me.; M. Redfin, Fort Edward, N. V.; Miss D. Cioille, Covmas, N. V.; Mrs. Meserole, Miss Stone", Trumansbury, N. V.; J. C. Kitch and wife, Miss Kitch, Winfield, Kan.; B. T. Ingalls, Petosky, Illinois. National City—Mrs. L. C. Vamey, Summit, Me.; Mrs. C. M. Floyd, Ply mouth, Mass.; S. Hyland, Summit, Me.; Miss Floyd, Carrie Floyd, Plymouth, Mass.; J. Tobin, Boston, Miss M. Northrup, Chicago. Pasadena—B. B. Allen, Hollister, Mass.; Mrs. Clemment, Yarmouth, N. S.; Mr. McDonald and wife, Boston; S. W. Glidden and wife, C. Wilder, Mrs. May, C. F. Hoffman and wife. Wayne, O.; C. B. Landis, E. Landis, G. O. Dean, Woburn, Mass. San Bernardino—A. D. Oliver, W. H. Oliver. Leeds, P. Q.; Miss E. C. Cobb, New York; S. Krews, Cardington, N. J.; Mrs. E. N. Crowell, New York. Riverside—W. F. Trask, Peabody, Mass.; Mrs. L. L. Nichols, Riverside, Cal.; Mrs. S. J. Edgesby, Hiawatha, Kan. Santa Barbara—Miss A. G. Snell, Miss J. Brazin, Rushford, Wis. fijsno—C. Brand and wife, Chicago. Pomona—Mrs. E. Bryan, Fort Dodge, Kan. Sierra Madre—Mr. Conant, Concord, Mass. WESTWARD HO! Arrival of Another Sunaet Ex cnriUa. A sunset excursion arrived in tbe city yesterday from the Atlantic seaboard. The tourists report a pleasant trip, and were much interested in the country they passed through. The following is a complete list of the travelers, showing their places of embarkation and object ive points. 10K LOS ANGELES AND SOUTHERN CALI FORNIA. W. Gent and A. M. Jones. Nantasket; J. Buchanan, New Orleans; W. C.Goodwin, Maiden, Mass.; C. K. Holley, H. H. Holley, wife and two children, Vermont; Frank Gravis, New Orleans; A. Hodge kins, wife and child, Mass.; Miss J. Michael, Mass.; John Gillmore, Brock ton, Mass.; F. Smith, Maine; Mrs. L. Smith, Washington, D. C.; G. Fox, Mrs. F. Stewart, N. V.; Miss Biddle and party of three, Philadelphia; Mrs. Dorman, Dublin; Mrs. J. G. Bennett, Santa Ana; Mrs. Geo. Rappet, V. De Shays, wife and children, New Orleans; Mrs. J. C. Vorhees, N. Y. FOR POINTS NORTH OF I.OS ANGELES. A. Fradiger, Mrs. A. Connell, Miss K. Kirkpatrick, C. M. Eckeln, New York city; J. F. Luff, Washington; John Joyce, San Francisco; J. O'Brien, John Welsh, Masachusetts; W. E. Dey, John Kirwin, New Orleans; Nellie Brown, P. Browe, Philadelphia; A. Syles, Mrs. A. Godwin, Cincinnati, O.; Mrs. C. Hutch inson, S. M. Miller, Maine; Mrs. L. A. Madigan, Massachusetts; Mrs. William Brunnell, Maine; Mrs. A. Bowen, Bos ton; G. F. Harris, Bo3ton; Mrs. P. Brown, San Francisco; Mrs. N. Wotis, Washington, D. C.; M. M. Patton, S. Simms, J. Black and wife, Philadelphia. ANSCHLAGr'S CORRESPONDENCE. AEcttcr Ask lilt; Him to Tell About Another Murder. The following letter was received from Marysville yesterday dated October 21st, and addressed to Fritz Anschlag, who is to be executed on November ltith: Friend Fritz Anschlag : A short time ago I read in the newspapers about the fix that you are in and that your time will be very short; also I read last Spring that you said you could tell us about the disappearance of Mr. Julius Feugh, that you had said you did not kill him, but you knew something about it. Now in both cases I should advise you to tell what you know about this matter. I al ways had a kind feeling towards you and wish that you may live as long as possi ble, and here is a chance to lengthen your days: First, if somebody else has done this or is implicated in the matter you would have to be saved as a witness and could per haps get two or three years' lease of life, and that might change your sentence to life imprisonment and in time be free. Second, if you should have done it your self and killed Feugh, then you would have to be brought here and have your trial in Oroville, and that could again be postponed. This would help you and could not do you any harm under the circumstances you are in now, and you would do us all in the colony, Cannstadt, a great favor. Hoping you will not have any feeling against us for writing you this, I remain your friend, Henry Farenkanim, Marysville P. 0., Yuba Co., Cal. Write again." Sheriff Kays will give this letter to Anschlag this morning. l.'udelivered Telegrams. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegaaph office, No. 6 Court street, at 10 p. m., October 24th: Mr?. J. W. Eddy, M. L. Walker, J. D. Fisk, Charles B. Mack, Mrs. E. M. Rancick, C. E. Treves, Bishop Grant, T. J. Howell, James G, Bennett, J, Arroguy. FIVE CENTS. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Officers Elected and Commit tees Appointed. THE ORGANIZATION COMPLETED. It is Now Ready to Encourage the Development of Los Ange les County. Tlie Chamber of Commerce held its first regular meeting under the newly adopted Constitution yesterday after noon. The by laws of the organization called for regular semi-monthly meetings to occur on the first and third Wednes day of each month at three [o'clock p. m. The next regnlar meeting will therefore occur on the Wednesday after election. The room in which the meetings have been held thus far, the Board of Trade Assembly room, has proved itself each time inadequate to the needs of the or ganization. The meeting yesterday afternoon was quite as large and in every way as gratifying to those who are push ing the movement as the gatherings which have preceded it. Major E. W. Jones, who has been serving aa tempor ary Chairman, called the meeting to or der at a little after three. After the reading of the minutes by the Secretary, J. V. Wachtel, the Committee on Per manent organization made a supple mentary report, announcing that it had caused to be printed 1,000 copies of tha constitution. Of this 800 had been sent by mail to business men in the city, and 200 were now placed on the President's desk. Tbe Committee also recom mended that the new constitution be un derstood to go into effect with this meeting. The report was adopted. A recess was taken for the addition of new names to the roll of membership and 'the payment of dues. A committee of seven was appointed to look into the matter of new names and to offer a re port to the Chamber. The members of this committee were M. D. Johnson, J. M. Davies. H. Hiller, D. G. Dexter, Thos. A. Lewis, Hervey Lindley and Milton Thomas. This committee re ported the following list of names: Dr. J. H. Bryant, A. A. Staunton, W. R. Mathews, J. C. Daly, J. TJherry, J. M. Meredith, J. S. Sherman, J. P. Moran, A. F. Mackay, Mathews Bros. & Bartning, Isaac Norton, 0. M. Wells, G. W. King, B. Cohn, G. L. Mills, H. L. Macneil, O. W. Baldwin, N. B. Carter, Byram & Poindexter, John P. Early, R. C. Shaw, Geo. T. Hawley & Co., J. F. Fullerton, J. F. Bandholdt, Pomeroy & Gates, N. W. Stowell, J. W. Frey, John Haynes, D. Ellsworth, A. W. Francisco, Daniel McFarland, Curtis, Patterson & Co., W. P. Wade, E. B. Cushman, G. W. Parsons, O. A. I vers, J. S. Maltmann, Fred Hahnemann, John C. Floarnoy, B, A. Stephens, Enoch H. Pepper, R. M. Town, C. A. Sumner, Chas. Forman, P. H. Lermnert, J. B. Lankerahim, F. O. Cass, A. C. Fish, Amos L. Burbank, S. W. Liutweile, H. H. Boyie, E. P. John son. In its report, the Committee on Mem bership recommended that the members who had not paid their initiation fee be not allowed to vote. The report was adopted, but on motion of Captain Sea mans this recommendation was not car ried out. There were a number of names of firms in the list and the question was raised whether under the constitution firms could become members of the organiza tion. The chair ruled that they could not become members. It was then re solved that the sense of the Council was that the word "citizen" in the constitu tion was intended to include firms and corporations. Notice was given that an amendment would be offered at the next meeting covering this point that firms shall be admitted as members of the Chamber of Commerce, bat that they shall cast but one vote through aome delegate. The report of the Committee on Nomi nations was then heard and on motion received. Tha following names were offered by the committee through its Chairman, M. L. Wicks: For President of the Chamber, Maj. E. W. Jones; First Vice-President, Mayor W. H. Workman; Second Vice-President, H. G. Otis; Third Vice-President, S. B. Lewis; Treasurer, J. I. Redick, Secretary, M. R. Higgins. For Chairmen of the Standing Commit tees: On Commerce, M. L. Wicks; Manufacturs, J. F. Humphreys; Im migration, C.A.Warner; Lands, etc., Hervey Lindley; Mines, Col. I. L. Dun kelberger; Motive Power, Lyman Stew art; Ways and Means, A. H. Denker; Money, etc., H. C. Witmer; Statistics, etc., John M. Davies; Legislation, W. F. Fitzgerald; Membership, etc., C. E. Day; Grievances, John C. Flournoy. The Chamber proceeded to take a bal lot upon the names, ordering the Secre tary in every case but one to cast the vote. For the Secretaryship the name of Thos A. Lewis was offered in addition to that of M. R. Higgins. A ballot was taken with the result: Higgins, 34; Lewis, 36. Mr. Lewis was thus chosen to serve as Secretary of the Chamber. The bill for printing and distributing the constitution was heard and ordered paid, and the Secretory was ordered to purchase the necessary books and sta tionery. It having been discovered that the constitution called for fifteen members of the Executive Committee, it waa deemed necessary to add tw.o standing committees to the list already provided for. W. E. Hughes was made chairman of a Committee on Hotels, and F. C. Garvey on Parks and Boulevards. Wednesday evening next was set for a meeting of the Executive Committee, and the Chamber of Commerce, now a regularly constituted body with a fall quota of officers, adjourned for two weeks. The Newhall Fire. Mr. John Matter, clerk of the South- Hotel at Newhall that was destroyed by fire on Tuesday morning, came to the city yesterday. He says that a fire had been lit in the diuingroom for the first time this year, and as the flue was defec tive this caused the fire. The result of the conflagration was as given in yester day's Herald. It is not yet known whether the hotel will be rebuilt as Mr. J. O. Newhall is absent in the East, his first trip in thirteen years. The Newhall's have been running the establishment i themselves since last March, If . ** - •'.