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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI —NO 32.
RAND OPERA HOUSE.
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, OCT. 29.
AN EXTRAORDINARY DRAMATIC EVENT!
Manager Wyatt takes pleasure in announcing
an engagement with two of the most promin
ent of the leading a. tk tson the American stage.
The most versatile actor living,
I i» I i s j a .11 j: s ,
Aud the beautiful aud great exponent of
Supported by a company of unusual excellence
Monday, > Othello.
> Othello Louis Jsmes.
October 29) Desdemona .Marie Wainwright.
Tuesday, ) much Ado About Nothing.
> Beatrice Marie Wainwright
October 30) Benedick ..Louis James.
Wednesday,) As You Elite It.
[Rosalind Marie Wainwright.
October 31) Orlando Louis James.
Thursday, ) School lor Scandal.
[ Lady Teazle Marie Wainwrignt.
November 1) Chas. Surface.Louis James.
Friday, ) ■ Hamlet.
5 Hamlet Louis James.
November 2> Ophelia Marie Wainwright.
Saturday, i Virginias.
\ Virginlus . Louis James.
November 3) Virginia Marie Wainwright.
School for Scandal-Matinee Saturday.
All tbe costumes are new and are the same ss
used by this company at the FIFTH AVENUE
THEATBE, New York They are made from
original designs in the Dresden Art Gallery by
CHAS. HAWTHORNE, of New York,
Scale of Pricxs—First four rows, dress cir
cle, $1.50; balance dreßs circle and parqnette,
$1; balcony, reserved, 75c; balcony, admis
sion, 50c.; gallery, 25c • o24td
_\ RAND OPERA HOUSE.
U" H. O. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
SUNDAY EVENING, NCVEMBEE 4th,
One Performance Only.
WER TER.BRADT COMPANY
I AFTER BARK ! i
A Cyclorams of City Life!
A Huge Elver of Eeal Water on the Stage!
The Eealistlc Underground Railroad Tunnel
A Concert Hall Scene, Introducing
And a host of Great Specialties. o3ltd
f 1 BAND OPEBA HOUSE. ,
•jr H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
One Week—Commencing Monday, November 5,
The Funniest Play on the American Stage:
'•I wouldn't miss it for nine dollars "
The Popular Artists—
HALI. E X APi *» HART,
As»is'ed by their own guaranteed company,
under the management of
MR. HARRY HINE,
In their new musical farce-comedy,
-—LATER OK !——-
A superior register of noted artists, introducing
sparkling operatic gems, medleys, topical
songs, beautiful marches and original
musical novelties. >
J. W Owens Burness Manager.
T> ASK BALL GROUNDS.
GREAT RETIRE MATCH.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4th,
Game will be called at 2:30 sharp.
Trains on the Los Angeles and Pacific Rail
road leave depot nesr Bisters' Hospital, corner
Beaudry and Bellevue avenues, at 12:45,1:30
and 2:10 P. St.
Round-trip tickets. Including admission to
game, only 50 cents.
Ladies admitted to grounds free.
Take Temple-street cable cats to Beaudry av
enue. n3 g |
ALTFOBNIA DIME MUSEUM St THEATER
North Main street, near First
Doyli & Isaacs, Proprietors.
S/iU COMMKNCIKO SATURDAY, OCTOBIR 27.
ANOTHER AVALANCHE OF NOVELTIES!
A trouve of Bedeuln Arabs; Caddie Young,
Albino Girl; Ne'.l'j Greene, LonK-Htlred Lady;
Capt. Bmith Cook, Kentucky Giant; Henrietta
Moritz, German Midget; lloa, Circassian Beauty;
Prof. Greiner, Glass Blower; Punch and Judy,
Putnam Twin Sisters, accomplished Duettists,
Dancers, etc ; Paul La Drew, Female Imperson
ator; Walter Goldle, Eeoentrlo Comedian; Sam
Glider, Lone Star Minstrel;etc. . .
Doors open from 10 a. M. to 10 r. if.
Admission, 10c Beserved seats 10c. extra.
QECON D STREET PARK.
BUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4th.
GE AND SWIMMING MATCH,
EXHIBITION BY CAPT. JOHN WILLIAMS,
The King of tbe Sea, Chsmplou Swimmer
of the World.
AFTEE THE EXHIBITION, A GRAND BALL.
REGULAR FRIDAY EVENING SOIREES
At his Dancing Academy, 229 S. Spring St.,
NEXT FBIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2.
Scholars received at any time. °31 3t
HE OBAMDSn SIGHT IN LOB ANGELEB
is the SIEGE OF PAEI3I Main and Third
sts. Open dally (Including Sundays) from 9 a.
St. to 10 P. St. Admlsslon-25c. 07-lm
and repairer, 226 W. Second St., Los An
. rates at 3TEVENB A CO., 10 W. First st
XCELSioR STEAM LAUNDRY—MAIN
office permanently located at No. 15 West
Becond st Laundry 184 Wall st All orders
promptly attended to. Telephone 367. o2stf
x~hebeby~Notify the public that
JL from and after October 28th I will not be
responsible for any deb s contracted by my
wife, G. Olivier. ALFRED OLIVIER. 028 7t'
NOTICE TO BOILDERB—ANY KIND OF
building to build on easy terms, plans and
specifications furnished gratis, by J. FRIED
LANDER, «chitect, 23 N. Bprlng st 524 12m
E CAM BUILD COTTAGES AND HOUBES
ol aU descriptions for lestvmoney than
auy ooSsMotor In town. It will pay yon to get
our figure* and Idess If you Intend building.
We mean bnsn ss and guarantee satisfaction.
Address P. O. box 1458, City. 09-tf
THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN HAVE BEEN
admitted Into the Lcs Angeles Orphan
Asylum since the lsst publication: Half
Orphans—Manuela Bogorques, Francises Bo
aorques. Charlotte Bogorques, Dora Townsend,
Apolonia Marson, Sara Morales. Maud Cald
well, Cenzina Franco, Repelta Franco, Mary
Warren, Marcel lna Canedo, Mary Bernal, Ed
na Ellis. Ada Elis, Mary Keegan. Adelaide
Montoroveles, Katie Kohler. Josef a Domlngues,
Angellta Urbfno, Josefa Urbino, Dot Beading,
Maty Oatran, Adeline Machado, Elvira
Machado, Virginia Machado, Eugenic Mo;
-nlcou, Erolinda Glrado. BISTER JOBEPHINE.
Spring st, Los Angeles, Cal. o22tf
WR. NORTON, ARCHITECT, 30 N. SPRING
. St Ol2tt
COSTERIBAN <k FORSYTH, ARCHITECTS,
rooms 21 and 22, 23 8. Sp.lng it, Los An
ETEES BURNB."ABciITECTB, BOOMS
5 and 6, Howe s block, 128 W, First st. Su
pervising architects, National Soldiers' Home.
SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 3, 1888.—TEN PAGES.
Ofi /k—MIDVYIFJt AND isCKSE; 20 YlAlis'
ipiU experience Klectric P. 0. I HOLMES.
MR. L. K. GASTON. FORMERLY Oi' THE
Elite Restaurant, 13 W. First at , please
call at this office olOtf
DIVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A BPECI
alty. Advice free. W. W. lIOLCOMB, At
torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. 029-tf
rs. paekebTclairvoyant, CONSULT
tations on business, law suits, mineral spec
ulation*, love, marriage, absent friends, dis
eases, life-reading, etc. 28 South Spring street,
Room 15. 9 a.m. to 6p. m. 029-tf
DAY OR EVENING LESSONS liFsH'TrT
HAND and typewriting, by practical court
repor'er. Typewriters for rent.
B. F. HANSON «fc CO.. 75 North Spring st.,
room 10. n3lm*
REWARD—FOR INFORMATION ~al
eb£\J to wherenbou's of one T. M. Adams, a
contractor and builder; lately lived on Mon
tague aye.; wss last seen Octuber 20, on Central
aye, driving a roe colored mare to a two-seated
buckboard; color of running- gearof buckboard
was red. WALTER N. HAWJ.EY & CO., 66
-70 N. Los Angeles St. 031 4t
RS ABNES BERRY
fers her services to those who may need
them In the sick room. She refers by permis
sion to the following well known and reputable
physicians as to her trustworthiness and effi
e'ency: Dr. J.S. Griffin, Dr. J. P. Widney, Dr.
K. D.Wise. Dr. Joseph Kurtz. Address MRS
A BERRY, E at, Electric Railway Homestead
Association Tract, City. n3-2t*
ANTED—'BARBER FOP""SATURDA V ;
• good wages 11 Ali?o street. nl-3t*
WANTED— A BRASS BAND TEACHER AT
San Fernando. Address George Buckley,
anted— colored woman just
from the East, a situation as cook and gen
eral houtekecper; is first class in all respects
and cau give satisfaction. Address COOK, box
100, this office. n3 It*
TTCJ ANT E D—B ITU AT lON BY A YOUNG MAS,
TT pesition as salesman in a general store;
city or country. References given. Address
100, E. P. B , this office. u2 2t*
W~~ AN~TED—S ITU AT lON TO OO HOUBE
work by a srirl who is thoronghiy experi
enced. Call at 136% 9 Spriug st , room 30
AXf ANTED - SITUATION BY"a~MLDDLE
T1 aged man ou a small rancho.or in a privatu
family to do general work. Addiess 600 San
Fernando street nl-3t*
WAN TK U- M ISC E L LjA N bToV S '.
WANTED -PICTURES TO FRAME. CHEAP
est at BURNS'. 253 W.Fifth St., Park place.
FURNISHED BOOMS—AT 127}$ NEW HIGH
St., Marietta block. o5 lm
F - OR RENT- FrRNISHED ROOM IN PRIV
ATE family. 109 North Olive-st.
IIOR RENT—FI' RNIS~HED~ROOMS FOB~ GEN~
1 tlemen; terms moierate Apply at 217
West First st. 027-7t
FOR ~B EN T - NIC EI. V FURNISHED ROOMS
with board in a private family; charges
reasonable. Apply at 932 south H ill st. 019 lm
F~~ OR RENT-FURNISHED ~AND UNFUR
nisbed rooms, all parts of city. Largest
Rental Agency in Los Angeles. A. L. TEELE,
cor. Second and Fort sts. 04-lm
P~OeT REST -^"f
rent #l(i. Apply 77 E. Pico st. 028-7t*
laoa rent-one hundred housesT'all
! parts of the city, A. L. TEELE, corner
Second and Fort sts. n2-tf
ROE COTT AGEON SAN TEE
£ St.; rent $15, water included. Apply at
1510 Bantee st., bet Pine and Cells. 030 6r>
FOR RENT-HOUBE OF 6~R00M3, NO. 40
Orange st., modern Improvements; house
of 10 rooms. No. 486 Grand aye. Apply to H.
E. STORES, No 9 N. Main St. 031 St"
FOR RENT—7I2 ~TEMPLE ST., NEW 28
room house, nicely tarnished; suitable for
either boarding or lodging bouse. Terms rea
sonable to right party. Enquire at 280 N.
OR RENT-BY LOS ANGELES RENTAL
Agency, cor. Fort and First sts., 7-room cot
tage, Brooklyn, near Main, furnished, $50;
5-room houte, Fourth St., near Hope, $3<50;
5-room house, Hill, near Filth, furnished, $50;
5-room cottage, modern conveniences* lawn,
flowers, etc., Puler. near Main, $23; beautiful
cottage, 5 rooms, bath, modern conveniences,
lawn, fruit and flowers, $36; nice H room
house, Adele, near Figueroa, modern con
veniences, $40. About 90 other houses and
stores, at reduced rent. JOHN C. FLOURNOY,
! location. Apply, DE. ROBBINS, cor.
Spring and First sts. nl tf
FOR RENT—LIVERY~OTABLE No"STOCK
or carriages. Apply at 12 and 13 Allen
block, Temple and Spring-sts. n3-3t*
FOR BENT—STOBE9 ON MaITITsPRING,
Fort and other streets; hotels, apartments,
houses, etc. A. L. TEELE, corner Second and
Fort sts. u2tf
of property; tuslness buildings, houses,
lots, ranches, Esstorn property, etc., etc. Big
gest list In city. J. C. WILLMON, 128' i W.
First st. nl-lm
OR SALE OB EXCH PAYING
livery, boarding, ssle and feed stable in the
city; small capital required; owner sick. Ad
dress F. O. Box 151. nl-lm.
O EXCHANGE—EAS'I ERN FARMS.DWELL
ings. business property and dividend pay
ing stocks for Los Angeles property. Address
P. (). box 97. 030 7t*
rem ;iTar physician's!
R.TjATtLINtf ' ofiULiST"'
Office 25 North Main St. Office Honrs, 9a.
m. to 4 r. M. nltf-d&w
Ip a 7 de callholT m. d.-at his'sanT
!i. tarlnm, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone
R. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN SllT
ters' Hospital: 7\_ N. Main St., rooms 1, 2
and 3. 027 tf
R. O. M. BCHULTi?r24 a ~BPRINO BT.
Honrs, 10 to 12, 2t05, 7 to 8. Night calls
promptly answered. o24tf
rTbBOWN-OFFICE 115W W. FIEBT ST.
Specialties: All private diseases and dis
eases of women. Consultation free. 026-tf
m~T< CY/AOIUB, 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. o24tf
E. W. W. MUEPHY, OCULIST AND AUE
lst, 107 S Spring st., Hollenbeck block, Los
Angeles. Office hours, 9a.m.to 12 m. and 2to
ROBBINS. M. D., MEDICAL ELECTBI
. clan, physician and surgeon, 109 W. First
st. Office hours—9 to 12,1 to 5,7 to 9. Con
snltatlon free. o3ltf
HfRS. DB. J. M. SMITH (FOBMEELY MRS.
JgL CE. BOUBCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in
Hospital. 14S Bellevue aye. Ladi s cared for
dnring confinement. Midwifery a specialty.
Q 8 SALISBURY, M. D . HOMUJPATHIST.
O. Offloe, rooms 11 ani.l2. Bryson block, cor.
First and Spring sts. Ytesldenee, 538 8. Pearl
st Office hours, 10 to 12 A. m. and Btosr. m.
Telephone Nos.: Office 597: residence 577.
J.R. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF WO
/ men a specialty. Dr. Smith has the excla
ve use of the Brfnkerhoff painless system of
treatment for rectal diseases of L. A. city and
connty. Office, cor. Spring and Second sts., Hoi
len Deck blook? ' o24tf
Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Bur-
Scry (including genito urinary diseases) and
lseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N.
Springst. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. o24tf
REBECCA LEE ~BORBKY, NO~
T\i N. Main st, rooms 8 and 9. Special at
tention paid to obstetrics, gynecology, diseases
of chest and throat and children's diseases.
Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to A and 7 to 9
r. st Telephone, No. 513. Night calls prompt y
D£ j7w\T BEEBE, HF.AiTH OFFICEE, NO
7N. Spring St. Telephone 605. 026-tf.
lil-.lt SALE-ONE MARBLE TOP BET," OAS
-1 OLINE Stove, Carpets, etc. Inquire 6
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold by WM. P. MARTIN & BROS,,
349 S. Spring st. 030 lm
FOE SALE—FINE HORSE, HARNESsTaND
wagon for family use. Cor. Hoff and
Hayes sts.. East Los Angeles. n3 3t*
IIOR SALE—A WELL STOCKED SALOON 1 ,
low rent, in good location, very cheap. In
quire at Philadelpqia Brewery. nl-tf
F~?dit SALE-FANCY GOODS STORE WITH
living apartments. Rent $20 per month.
Price, $300, if sold this week. 221 E. Fifth st
FOR SALE- 3 YEAR'S' - LEABE~AND FUR
iiitare of 15 roomed hotel; central location
and popular. A. J. YISLE, Room 1, Wilson
Building, cor. Spring and First sts. n3-3t
FOR RENT-HOUSE OF 9 BOOMS, WITH
all modern improvements, on Figueroa st,
bet. Pico and Washington sts.; cars pass the
door. Also a 6-roomed house on Temple St.
Enquire of owner, 340 S, Main st n2-lm*
I'TIOE SALE—PI ANOS, M AGNIFICENT STEIN
! way and upright: must be sold; no reason
able offer refused. 944 S. Grand aye., near
Tenth st. 023 lm
FOR SAEE—City Property.
FOR CASHTni9SToIpEB MONTH
buys a lot on horse car line; 30 minutes
from center of city; prices $290 to $500; puro
water free; cheaper than rent A. L. TEELE,
agent, Second and Fort sts. n2tf
£9 OAA-JUST LOOK~AT THI& BEVEN-
house,bath, double parlors, 4
closets and pantry; clean side of Eleventh Bt,
just west of Pearl St.; large lot, with sidewalk;
only $500 cash and $50 per month. This
house is new and elegantly finished, and worth
double the money, but must be sold. I. 8.
311 HUMAN, 133 W. First St., room 3. 028-7t
ffiOKII—CASH AND $50 PER MONTH, NEW
W—,o\f houso of five rooms, double parlors,
bath and all modern improvements, between
Eleventh and Twclith sts., one and s half
blocks west of Pearl at, only $2,800. Apply to
owner. I. 8. SHERMAN. 028-7t
Ijioß SALE—SI,BSO, COMFORTABLE NEW
' cottage, nicely finished; near cars; on large
lot covered with handsome walnut trees; one
of best locations in city; $250 cash, balance
$25 monthly, with Interest BYRAM & POIN
DEXTER, 19 W. First st o!6 lm
IjlOR SALE—ONE OF THE~MOBT CONVENI
! cnt 8-room houses you ever saw; the rtoms
are all large; 4 grates in the house; plenty of
closets; good bath-room; good story-and-a half
barn, and all new; you will say It is well worth
tbe money we ask, if you see It. MILLER A
HERRIOTT, 34 N. Spring st. 05 tf
lOR SAEE—Country Property.
lifoß BALE-PROPERTY~ IN~MONItbVIA,
! Pasadena and on Vermont aye., south. For
particulars apply to L. F, 14UIMBY, P. O. box
EWR SAI _ -60 ACRES'" OOOD
C land, with abundant water supply. Only
$125.00 per acre.
Also, 80 acres improved alfalfa land, at
$150 00 per acre. All near the city.
BRYAM & POINDEXTER, 19 West First-st
024-1 m 1
F~ OR SALE-$5,0007 33V6 ACRES FINEST
alfalfa and fruit laud; near R. R. station
and close to good school and church; fine flow
ing artesian well; $1,000 cash, balance $1,000
Ker anuum and Interest BYRAM A POIN
EXTER, 19 W. First st 016 lm
OR F A RMS. 5,10.20 ACRES
to suit, 1 mile from R. R. station and
near Inglewood; finest ruit land, and will
raise any crop without irrlgatiou; $200 pe."
acre; small cash psyment and long time on
balances to parties who will improve. BYRAM
A POINDEXTER, 19 W. First St. 016 lm
Temple Blook. ;. oA y
ONEY TO'LOAN-L SCHMIDTT T~iiC\
dla st. 013-lm *
EASTERN MONEY TO LOAN—SEE LENDER
at 7 8. Fort-st. o2K-lm*
ONEY T? LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. V.C.
ANDERSON. 28 N. Spring. n2tf
0 LOAN—tI.OOO, REASONABLE RATEON
Improved property. L. A. FINANCIAL
AGENCY. Ift Fort st_ o3ltf
ONEY IPO LO AN ON BEST SECURITY, IN
sums over $1,000. ROBERT HARDIE, 81
and 83 Temple block. o26tf
® X t\f\~f\i\C\ TO - LOIAN — A. j7 VIELE,
3)OUU,UUU room 1, new Wilson Build
ing, First and Spring. n3-lm
ONEY TO LOAN-IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
first-class improved ci y property, at cur
rent rates. POMEROY A GATES, 16 Court St.
017 lm ■
TVrawford a Mccreary" still loan
\j on chattels, real Estate, etc. $10 up. Room
10, over Los Angeles National Bank. Notes
and mortgages discounted. 013-tf
C ontracts bought.
Short time loans made.
CALIFORNIA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY.
Rooms 9 and 10, Phillips Block.
OB ANGELEB LOAN AJTb TRUST CQ.lt
pany (incorporated capital, $100,000), No.
136 N. Main st, loans its own money on lands
and city property, buys and sells conservative
securities; also agent for 6 and 7 per cent. San
Francisco money on Inside city property and
large ranches. o26tf
ROF? fTvIOLE, I^^CKKfToi' FRENCH
and Spanish languages, 100 Aliso st oslm*
LLE. BLANCHE LEVIELE, TEACHER ~OY
French by the natural method. 117 N.
Hopest 031 lm*
SCHOOL—LOS ANGELES BUSINESS
1\ College and English Training School. Tem
ple and New High sts. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin.
THE LOB ANGELEB. CONSERVATORY OF
Music, No. 406 B. Main st. Complete
course either in music, srt, language or elocu
tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President.
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
I English Training School, cor. Temple and
New High sts. Experienced teachers; complete
courses of study. Day and evening sessions.
D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin. o3ot
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL FOB BOYS WILL EE
gin September 5, 1888, ending June 12,
1889, in the Pariab Schoolhouse in rear of St
Paul's Church on Olive st For particulars
apply to MIBB F. R. JOHNSTON, Principal,
435 8. Olive St. Los Angeles, Cal. 031 lm
"INSTITUTE OF SHORTHAND.
1 TELEGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING.
24 W. First St., Los Angeles, Cal.
OPEN DAY AND KVIHINO.
o23tf LONOLEY A WAGNER.
SHOETHAND AND TYPEWRITING
159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal
SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING.
For particulars, call at offloe or address.
s2O-ly ,F. C. WOODBURY, Principal.
SOUTHEEN SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND
INSTITUTE FOR STAMMERERS,
Rooms 1,2 and 3, 205H South Spring street,
PROF. J. WHITEHORN, Instructor.
Beception hours: 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
. _ 020^
gIG. A. FABINI'd MUSICAL STUDIO,
No. 161 3. Hill Street.
Last Season in Los Angeles.
Pupils prepared for the operatic and concert
stage; alio oratorio.
Class lessons of three and four at reasonable
Reception hours from 2 to 3 p. x. daily.
Springst. _°i?T t /_
£} A. 21 8. FORT
j. St Hours Ito 4 p. m. Telephono 353.
R.sidence, 134 S. Hill St. . 014
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D. —HOMEOP ATHIBT
Office Hours—ll to IS a. sr., 2to 5 r. m.,
Office-Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building,
Los Angeles, CaL Residence 408 South Main
Ill■ NINES* CM A X E*
T>UsINESS CHA NC Ei- A LL kTnDsT'TfTJSv"
iJ EN.S A CO,, 10 W. First bt. 030 lm
"fF YOU WANT A COOK OS SITUATION A 8
X a cook, free of charge, call at Cooks' Head
quarfers, 9 Aliso st. GEO. LACOUR. 013 lm
LOST AUD FOUND.
lOCTI OCT ~ *5.00 ' REW a" 'bCOTCH
J terrier; dark body; head and legs tan color.
Answers to name of Toby. Sits up for any
one. Return to V. J. Rowan, 28 W. Adams st.
No qncstions asked. 028-7t
LJTRAYED, FROM THE UNDESIGNED, A
0 small bay horse, 14 hands high, branded
72, reversed, on thigh; tall in the wethers, well
defined saddle marks, last heard of in Cahuen
ga Pass; about 15 yeara old. Any information
sent to Santa Monica will be thankfully re
ceived. A liberal reward will be paid for the
recovery of same. E. C. PARKIBH.
~, . n2-st»
Free sleeping cars through to the Missouri
River without change. First-clasß equipment;
colored porters. Leaving Los Angeies every
Wednesday. For tickets, berths and other in
formation call on or address A. J. Hechtman,
Freight and Passenger Ageut, No. 236 North
Main street. 028-tf
FREE OVERLAND EXCURSIONS VIA DEN
ver and Rio Grande Railway, Salt Lake City
and Denver, leave Los Angeles November
Ist, 15th and 29th and December 13th and
27th. Mattresses, curtains, blankets, pillows,
etc., free of charge. For further particulars call
or address F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st.
Los Angeles. o4
UNION ~ PACIFIC FREE
sleeping-car accommodations. Nocbangc
01 cars between Los Angeles and Kansas City
stopping en route 24 hours at Salt Lake City
and six hours at Denver. Leave Los Angeles
October 16 and 30, November 13 and 27, De
cember 11 and 26. Give us 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
sions are eescntially 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 oaoh 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 Lane City, Black Cation, Marshall's
Pass, Grand Cafion, Rival Gorge, etc. Call on
or address J. B. QUIGLEY, agent Burlington
Route, 112 North Spriug st., Los Angeles, nltf
Chicago. Only one change to Boston. Con
ductors and porters accompany all parties.
Leave Los Angeles October lltb, November
Ist, 15th and 29th, December 13th and 27th.
A. PHILLIPS A CO., 44 N. Springst, Los An
geles, CaL 027-tf
& 7}Tc UN NIN G HAmT2SIIO BTlf MAIN
st, McDonald block. olStf
DRS. CASE A CARROLL, DENTISTS. OF
flee, 41 8. Spring st. Gold fillings, $3 and
upwards; gold and platina fillings,. $1.50;
amalgam fillings, $1; cement, $1. Extracting,
50c.; gas, $1 extra. Gold and porcelain crowns
and bridge work, cheapest iv city. Sets of
teeth, $6 to $10. All wotk guaranteed, oil 5m
D~ ENTAL INSTITUTE, UOa, SPgHrO AND
Temple streets. Set teeth, 95.00; gold fill
ing, $1.00; amalgam filling, 50c; extracting,
25c. One of the Board of Directors in attend
ance every forenoon. A regular graduate in
constant attendance. C. V. Baldwin, F. M.
Palmer, J. M. White, R. R. Bourne, A, R. Bird.
K. L. Townsend, Board of Directors, oct2l tf
DR. L. W. WELLS, DENTIST, ROOMS NOS.
. 6 and 7, No. 23 S. Spring st. Gold filling,
« ft 2 and up; gold and platina alloy, $1.50; com
•fu-itiufi, H ; flllhig root, $3; set teeth on rub
ber, $10; on silver, $25; on aluminum, $30.
My new improved aluminum plate will cure
all diseases ofthc month caused by rubber. Set
of (Old, HO and *p. Gold crown, $10. Filling
teeth and gold work a specialty. Teeth ex
tracted, 50c.; without pain, $1. o4 10m
A DAMS BEOS., DENTISTS, 23 B.~SPRING
t\ street, Booms 4 and 5,
Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver
fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by
vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth
extracted without gas or air, 50 cents.
Best se's of teeth from $6 to $10. By our new
method of making teeth, a misfit is Impossible.
All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
Office Hours from BA.H„toS r. K. Bnndays
from 10 A. m. to 12 m. Night calls answered
CHASE A FOJUOsrMtft, EXAmTnSRb" OF
Titles and Abstractors, Room 35 and 36,
Phillips' block. No. 1. 05-tf
alter, son, Attorney and coun
sellor at Law, room 9 Allen block, corner
Spring and Temple sts. 014 tf
Los Angeles County.
State and County taxes for the fiscal year
1888-89 are duo and payable at the office of the
County Tax Collector, corner of Temple and
New High streets, In the City of Los Angolcs,
on and after
Monday, the sth day of
Taxes will be delinquent at 6 o'clock p. M. on
Monday,, the 31st day of
And unless paid prior thereto 5 per cent will
be added to tho amount.
omiti hi i i.is,
o23td County Tax Collector.
11 ACRES on PICO ST., about _ mile
west of Electric R. R. terminus $5,000
PEARL ST., bet. Eleventh and Twelfth
sts.—2-story house, 11 rooms, fur
nished, lawn, etc , lot 49x155 to 30-ft.
GRAND AYE., bet. Seventh and Eighth
st—Cottage, 6 rooms, small barn,lawn,
etc.. lot 40x140 $6,500
RODNEY AYE , 150 feet from Main st„
125 feet from Adams—House, 4 rooms,
lot 50x125 $1,950
JENKINS AYE., clean tide, bet. Main
st and Grand aye.—House, 4 rooms,
street graded, water piped to lot or
ange, peach and pear trees In bearing.
lot 50x172 $2,100
UPPEB MAIN ST., west side, near Al-
Sine st —25x165 SlOOpcr ft
OOKLYN ST., clean side, % block
from lots, 50x125 oach $l,Ssooach
FLOWEE ST.. clean side, }_ block from
FLOWER ST., cor. Pico—ls6 feet on
Flower. $51 per It.
For these and many other BARGAINS see
POMEKOY & GATES,
16 COURT STREET.
The Santa Fe Strike Comes
to an End.
THE MEii RETURN TO WORK.
The Republicans Listen to Hon. Tom
Reed, of Maine, at the Witr
The strike on the California system of
the Santa Fe is over. A few minutes
past 0 o'clock last night a dispatch was
received in this city from General Man
ager Dan McCool, who it will be remem
bered went to San Bernardino on Thurs
day aftenoon to confer with the commit
tee appointed by the strikers, stating
tbat at 0 p. m. the strike was declared off,
and all the men would at once return to
work. A Hkkald reporter visited the
First street depot at midnight to
ascertain whether tbe men had received
any instructions from their grievance
Committee. Everything looked as usual
as he approached the yards. Trains
were switching to and fro in all direc
tions and the gleam of lanterns on every
side showed that the wonted activity bad
been resumed. Inquiry at the yard of
fices resulted that beyond the fact that
the statement had been telegraphed
from San Bernardino tbat the strike was
off nothing was officially known. A num
ber of yardmen were interviewed with
the same result. They said that they
had received instructions from their
representatives at San Bernardino to re
turn to work at 9 o'clock and
that they were satisfied that they
had got the best of the conference, inas
much as the men were very firm about
staying out unless their point was car
Tbe Santa Fe is to be congratulated
that the matter has ended so soon, and
General Manager Dan McCool has again
proved himself to be an adept in settling
labor troubles on the road. Although no
freight bas been moving on any of the
Santa Fe's California lines since the
strike was declared the stoppage to traf
fic has not been very serious as the
special raisin train for the East got out
out of the State before the strike was on
and the next special was not timed to
leave until to-night, when it will of course
now be able to steam away on time.
The passenger trains ran as.usual during
the thirty-three hours the strike was on,
and made nearly schedule time, what
little switching that was to be done being
performed by the yardmasters. A few
men were hired yesterday, but they will
doubtless be discharged, as one of the
conditions ending the strike was doubt
less that the strikers be reinstated in
their respective positions. Yardmaeter
Nolton, of this city, has been up almost
night and day since the difficulty oc
curred, and there were no attempts at
disturbance at all, as he is very popular
with all the trainmen and yard em
ployees. Tbe company will receive all
kinds of freight as usual, and the yards
will be in their usual working condition
by daylight this morning.
REED, OF MAINE.
He Addressee tne Republicans at
The Republicans of Los Angeles
county held their final grand rally last
night and it waa a very creditable affair.
The speakers were Congressman Van
dever and the Hon. Tom Reed, of Maine.
A fife and drum called a large crowd of
people to the corner of Fort and Second
street, where the Republican wigwam is
located. The benches, which seat 500
people, were moved out, and 1,200 chairs
were placed inside. These all
filled, and enough listeners crowded
around the outskirts to make up alto
gether about 2,000 people.
General Vandever spoke first for about
thirty-five minutes. His audience lis
tened patiently without any applause
until he concluded, when there was
much clapping of hands. He addressed
himself chiefly to the tariff issue, declar
ing that the Mills bill was essentially a
Southern measure, and designed to
wreck the industries of the North. He
described the tariff on sugar as a tax
of injurious magnitude which the
Mills bill made no effort to allevi
ate. He also made the assertion
that the same reasons were framed so as
to protect the distilleries of the "moon
shiners." "Because some members of
the Republican party proposed to abol
ish the internal revenue," said he, re
ferring to the Chicago platform, "they
call us a free whisky party. But we are
not as much of a free whisky party as
the Democrats themselves." He de
clared that the passage of the Mills bill
would endanger tbe perpetuity of the
Union, and would destroy all the pros
perity of tbe Nation. "England," said
he, "is the vampire of the world; she has
gotten possession of all the markets
on the globe except the Ameri
can, and now wants to get at
that." After some abuse of Cleveland,
winding up with the statement tbat if
the House of Representatives had only
been Republican instead of Democratic,
the President would probably be im
peached, he concluded with an appeal to
his hearers not to allow the flag to be
pulled down over their heads and to re
memember that they were Americans
and not Englishmen.
The Hen. Tom Reed, leader of tbe Re
pub ican minority in the House of Rep*
resentatives, was then introduced and
spoke for over an hour. He is a fluent
speaker, never eloquent, but always en
tertaining. His voice bas a
peculiar Yankee twang which attributed
an element of buffoonery to his speech
and caused his audience to frequently
burst into a laugh at exactly the wrong
time. He is humor of
commonplace order and his took
well with his audience, but not
excite their enthusiasm to any appre
He devoted tho greater part of his
time to the tariff question, putting up
imaginary arguments for the Democrats
and then ridiculing them. He ax : ded
speaking cf the tariff as a tax, as Genvral
Vandever had done, but said he pre
ferred to call it a barrier—not a barrier
against trade, however, but against
cheap goods and cheap raw materials,
which would ruin our working classes.
Why do the parties differ on the ques
tion of the tariff ?" said he. "Because
the power of the Democratic party lies
chiefly in the South, and that is a sec
tion which has always been used to
coarse Negro labor unfit for the finer
work of manufacturing. The Democrats
deny that they are free traders, but do
you know any college professor who sup
ports the doctrine of free trade that is not
also supporting Cleveland? He and
all his followers will be found
in the ranks of the Democrats
this year. They cant hide their
evil designs behind the name of tariff or
tax reform. They claim that they in
tend to reduce the tax, as they call it,
only seven per cent, on a total of forty
seven per cent., and this would make
them robbers to the extent of forty per
cent., or thereabouts."
The speaker then talked a long time
about the inventive faculty in nan, and
endeavored to show that the reason
why Americans were so ingenious was
because of the tariff. He talked also of
the marvelous industrial prosperity
of the country, and traced it all
to the same source. He ended
with much talk of the ruin of
the Nation as contemplated by the Dem
ocrats, and their desire to give the
country over to Kngland, showing his
audience very plainly that the style of
Republican campaign carried on through
out the East does "not differ materially
from thai turned out by the local orators
of Los Angeles. Around the outskirts of
the crowd men were gathered together
in knots here and there carrying on the
argument for themselves, and in every
case there was to be found some Demo
crat holding his own bravely against a
number of opponents. One-fourth of the
audience were ladies, and many promi
nent Democrats lent added dignity to
When Mr. Reed first rose to speak
many of the audience thought they had
been deceived, and that it was only
"Dad" Brierly in another suit of clothes.
After the meeting had concluded "Dad"
Brierly and Mr. Reed met in front of the
tent, and then, as they went walking
down Second street, they were taken for
twins, the only perceptible difference
being a slight advantage in point of
stature in favor of Mr. Reed.
THE FRAGRANT WEED.
Where to tiet a Good ClffJtr
B. Sanders, of No. 110 North Main
street, Los Angeles, has just opened
in his newly fitted up quarters. He has
the best selected stock: of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco, and smokers' sup
plies generally of any house in the
State outside of San Francisco. Indeed,
the Coast metropolis can hardly outvie
him in the number of most popular
brands he carries in stock. The store is
one of the prettiest in the city, as it has
been fitted up regardless of cost and in
the best style of decorative art. Mr.
Sanders has been in business in Los An
geles for the past three years, and his
present establishment proves beyond s
question that he has conducted his busi
ness on square principles or he would not
have built up the large trade be enjoys.
The establishment is wholesale snd
Deputy V. S. marshal*
About seventy Deputy United States
Marshals met last evening at the United
States Marshal's office to receive instruc
tions in regard to their duties at tbe polls
on Tuesday next. Marshal Rialey ex
plained to them tbat he bad appointed
them in tbe same manner in which Re
publican Marshals had appointed depu
ties for many years. He instructed them
not to make arrests unless some offense,
had been committed, or upon an order
from the United States Supervisors of
Election. They were told to stay on duty
until all the votes are counted, snd in
making arrests they were instructed to
make no difference as to the politics of
the party charged.
A very enthusiastic rally wss held st
Azusa last night, when the largest meet
ing ever seen in that part of the country
gathered to listen to Judge Ling and Mr.
T. S. Scofield. Both speakers talked
learnedly of the issues of the day. and
their remarks received frequent ap
On Thursday evening a large crowd
gathered at the University to listen to
Judge Dupuy and Messrs. C. E. J.
White and S. A. Waldron, who discussed
the tariff and Chinese questions. All of
these gentlemen will receive a large vote
in this part of the country.
The Independent Colored League met
in Justice Taney's court-room last night,
with Thomas Pearson in the chair and
W. H. Jukes Secretary. The member
ship of this League now numbers over
one hundred and fifteen. The object of
the meeting waß to formulate plans of
opperation to be strictly adhered to on
the day of election. The meeting ad
journed to Monday night, to have a gen
eral handshaking before going into the
i desperate battle.
1 Election Bete.
i Campaign betting was not very spirited
in the pool-rooms in this city yesterday
as the bulletins from New York showed
that no changes had been made in the
odds. As regards the local contest tbe
books were declared closed for the present
on tbe shrievalty, the last bet recorded
being 200 to 175 in favor of Martin
The Chosen Friends, Lodge No. 00,
held a very pleasant social last evening
st K. of P. Hall. Over one hundred
couples were on the floor st one time,
and every one who attended enjoyed a
very pleasant evening. On December
2d a large open meeting will be held, on
which occasion, it is expected, the hsl!
; will not be large enough to hold all the
Mrs. Hertt Disappears.
Mrs. Minnie Hayes, residing on Adams
street, near Hoover, was reported miss
ing last night. She left her home with
between $400 and $500 on her person,
and is described as a blonde. 46 years of
age, 5 feet 3or 4 inches in height. In
walking she is straight and bas an inde
pendent air. When last eec-n she wore s
Undelivered Tele«ram». '
The following undelivered telegram*
remaining in the Western I'nion Tele
graph Orbce up to 10 v. m. last night are:
Mrs. John Bonner, O. E. Brady, Joseph