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MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Note* ol Play* ana Those who Present Them. Victorien Sardou contemplates a visit t ) America, it is said. A sister of Evangelist Bam Small is singing in English opera. Miss Charlotte Tittle, formerly of the Webster-Brady Company, has been en gaged by the Lyceum Company of New York for two years. Henry E. Abbey's contract with Mrs. Potter ends in June and will be renewed. Next season Mrs. Potter will hire an agent and will make a tour of the countij in Antony and Cleopatra under her owe management. Theater patron—Wasn't it this Mrs. James Brown Potter, now playing Cleo patra, who started out with the avowed purpose of elevating the stage ? Manager—The same. She has had the stage raised three feet higher so the gentlemen can see over the bonnets. Joe Jefferson, the actor, who is now writing a history of his life, will in that work tell how much of spiritualism he really belie yes. He was once a confirmed believer in the faith, but grew somewhat skeptical because he caught several mediums at their trickery. The latest freak of English society is an amateur minstrel company, headed by a noble lord, and embracing among its members many distinguished parsons of the aristocracy. They black up, do dog dances, and sing negro melodies. They give performances for charity. There is still living in Northampton, Mass., an old musician known as Uncle James Hurlburt, whom Jenny Lind once drove twenty miles to hear. His favorite instrument is the violoncello, and he still preserves a gold coin which the songstress gave him as a mark of her appreciation for a solo which he played for her. The oldest of the English composers, John Barnett, who wrote The Mountain Sylph, Fair Rosamond, and many other operas, besides nearly 3,000 songs, still resides in hia Gloucestershire home, and if he survives until next July, will enter his -88 ih year. Three thousand songs are equal" to a song a week for sixty years. "Mark Twain," whose real name is S. L. Clemens, M. A., inspired by the suc cess of Little Lord Fauntleroy on the stage, is having his "Prince and Pauper" dram atized. Look out for a flood of plays with children in the title roles. "Tom the Piper's Son," "Little Bed Riding- Hood," and other juvenile heroes and heroines may hope soon to hold a place in dramatic existence. Countess Orosy, a lady of the Austri an aristocracy, who shares with the Em press and the famous professional Ama zon, Mme. Elisa, the honor of being one of the best horsewomen in Austria, has just set up as a circus manager. She lately inherited a fortune, and has built an enormous circus at Vienna, whence she hopes to take her troupe for its first tour to the Paris Exhibition. Edwin Booth has entirely recovered hia health, and will resume his tour with Lawrence Barrett. On May 6th Messrs. Booth and Barrett begin an engagement of three nights in Salt Lake City, jump ing from there to San Francisco, where they dedicate the new California Thea ter, May 13th. They play in that city four weeks, reaching Los Angeles June 10th. Vonitns; eventi. The musical event of the season will be the first appearance in this city, on May 6th, at the Grand, of the celebrated operatic orgonization, the Bostonians, formerly the Boston Ideals. This com pany comprizes the following well known artists: Marie Stone, Jessie Bartlett Davis, Juliette Corden, Carlotta Maconda, Josephine Bartlett, Lonisa Cleary, and Tom Karl, W. H. McDonald", H. C. Barnabee, Edwin Hoff, Eugene Cowlea, Fred. Dixon, etc. The brilliant repertoire to be given here is as follows: Migoon, Dorothy, Don Pasquale, Bohe mian Qirl, The Musketeers, Pygmalion and Galatea, Fatinitza, and Fra JJiavolo. The company will bring their own grand or chestra and complete chorus. The Bos tonians is the most complete operatic organization in America. This will be the company's first visit out West, and Los Angeles is to congratu late itself on seeing this superb opera company before San Francisco, as the company jump from Chicago to Los Angeles direct. The engagement here is positively limited to one week only. After the Bostonians comes FMward Sothern in Lord Chumley and The High est Bidder. Sothern is under the direc tion of Daniel Froham, manager of the Lyceum Theatre, New York, and is one of the pronouncedly great successes,finan cially and artistically, of the current season. Lord Chumley is the work of Belasco and DeMille, authors of The Wife. Tlie Owls. The event of the season here will be the parformances of the Owl Dramatic Club at the Los Angeles Theater on the 2d, 3d and 4th of May. This society has had in preparation for some time past Our Boys and Everybody's Friend, and those who have had the good fottune to witness any of the rehearsals say that there is no doubt as to the success and merit of the performances. The list of those who are in the casts shows that the3e conclusions are about right, and tbat a great treat is in store for society circles. The names of those in the casts are Martin Lehman, W. E. Pile, C. A. Vogelsang, G. A. Dobinson, W. A. Sey mour, Miss Mamie Short, Mrs. Dr. Wing, Miss Julia Crawford, Miss Josie Wil liams, Miss Austin and Miss Lyford. The announcement that the proceeds will be devoted to the charities, makes the pro duction all the more interesting, and it would not be surprising if there was not a vacant seat at the theater on these oc casions. Little Lord rauutleroy. Mrs. Francis Hodgson Burnett's beauti ful play, Little Lord Fauntleroy, com mences its brief season of six nights and a Wednesday and Saturday matinee, at the Grand Opera House, this evening. The success that this work has met with in this country and abroad is said to border on the remarkable. It has been running steadily to crowded houses for the past two years at Terry's Theatre, London, and for the past season it has been turn ing away hundreds of people nightly from the big Broadway theatre, Now York. It is something entirely out of the general and the common, and this remarkable outpouring on the part of the theatre-going public demonstrates, be yond a doubt, tbat Little Lord Fauntleroy is what the people want. As is usual with the special productions, there is to be here a most excellent presentation of the work, the company coming direct from San Francisco, where they produced the play the past four weeks to crowded houses. "Trovalorc" ana "Faust." On Monday evening, the 29th instant, Signor Farini will take leave of his THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 22 1889. friends in Los Angeles in a concert, the programme for which is excellent. The ilrtt part will consist of a number of con cert selections. Thin will be followed by several acts from Trovatore and Faust. Faust waa selected for the purpose of giving Signor Farlni an opportunity to ■how himself in his strongest role, that of "Mephisto." Assisting SignorFarini will be Miss Lulu Beatlie as "Marguer ita," Miss Holmes as "Martha," Miss Cohn as "Siebel," and Mr. Wadding ham as "Faust." In order to give the citizens a chance to testify to their re sard for Signor Farini, tbe box sheet has been placed at Bartletts on First ttreet. THE "LIFTED" RAILKOAD. Tlie Eagle Hock II mil in y Line The Facta Iv the (lace. Ed irons Herald—As there has been much said about this line, and as we have never seen a communication con cerning it that was not free of errors, we at k you as a great favor to publish the facts in the case, as known to the inhabitants of our valley. One year ago last July, at the beginning of the boom, Ralph Rogers made land purchases here to the amount of nearly $100,000, paying as the first payment, about $30,000. Then lie made a proposition to build and operate a dummy line between here and Los Angeles, via Garvanza, if too, the resi dents and property owners ol Eagle Rock, would subscribe the sum of $15,000, said sum to not be payable until after the completion and operation of said road. A meeting was held at our schoolhouse and all signiSed their wil lingness to assist. A contract was drawn up, and T. W. Parker and E. D. Goode were selected to circulate it for sub scriptions. After about three weeks' work the necessary amount was sub scribed. Many of the residents of your city who owned land here subscribed liberally; arxoag them.C. E. Day, A. M. Hough, John Schumacher and Mc- Koan & Strong. Work was first commenc ed between Daly street and Sycamore Grove, and about a quarter of a mile of it finished. The gang then quit at that *nd and commenced working from Gar vanza this way. Rogers said that he bad found some trouble in securing the right-of-way near Sycamore Grove, and would finish this end while the obstacle were being removed. As soon as the branch from Garvanza here was fin ished he claimed that he was short of funds, and asked that we pay him a part of the subsidy to assist in finishing the road to Los Angeles, and to purchase a dummy. In this way he collected $3,000, or near that amount, all acting in good faith because he had made so many pur chases here. Then a snide dummy was put on and run between here and Garvanza for the pe riod of ten days, he charging 30 cents for the round trip, when our contract called for a thirty-cent trip between here and Los Angeles. After the operation of the dummy for ten days he notified the subscribers that he had finished the road, and demanded his pay. As we cared about as little for a road from here to Garvanza as we would for one running th same distance toward the moon, we refused to pay him, when operations stopped, and we have seen no dummy since. It made ub smile to read, in last Mon day's Tribune, that our only way of get ting in and out of the city had been re moved, when we had never been to the city by rail. After our refusal to pay, Rogers threatened to remove the track, and ended all his talk by transferring the road and all its interests to the Cole syndicate, who, Rogers said, had agreed to operate it ac cording to contract, and further stated that in case the road was removed, Cole was to pay back all sums which had been received on the subsidy. The controlling interest? in the whole line has recently been transferred to John Cross, who hired one Peter Backman to steal in on us Saturday night and Sunday with a large force of men and remove the whole line. As Backman owns property here (or claims it, at least), and was con sidered a friend to the valley, his neigh bor will long remember what he thinks "is a very smooth piece of work, and for which the amount re ceived from Cross for the same would not remunerate a conscientious man. Perhaps Mr. Cross and his Backman will not think moving railroads on Sunday is so very funny after all, before the law is through with the case. We only ask justice and no pains will be spared to receive it. A Dummy Eagle Rocker. Eagle Rock Valley. April 20,1389. E. Adam*, the Clothier. AlthouKfl we have put prices down and re duced our profits, customers will find us jnst as eager to oblige and ready to serve as ever at 15 South Spring Btreet . . Disarming an Unseen Foe. We have a speedy and positive cure for catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth, and head ache in Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal injector tree with each bottle. Use it if yon desire health and sweet breath. Price, 50 cents. Bold by C. F. Helnzanvm. Scriver & Quinn, 38 South Spring street, sole agents for Heath & Milligen's best prepared paints. Gordan Bros., 22 S. Spring St. Artistic tailoring. The finest assortment of suitings in the city. For Throat Diseases and Coughs use Brown's Bronchial Ttoches. Like all really good things, they are imitated. The genuine are sold only in boxen. You are Looking for E. Adams' Store if you are looking for the cheapest place in town. Have your watches aud jewelry repaired at S. Conradi, No. 21 North Spring street. Only think how cheap you can live at Spence's Restauran! 46 8 Spring. Notice to Painters.-Call at Mathews' and see some absolutely pure linseed oil. Children for Pitcher's Castoria^ W. C. FUKREY. Builders' Hardware Full Slock at Lowest .Prices. The flood stock cf GARDEN HO3E in the city. LAWN i-I'IiISKLEHS iv evir/ variety. PUMP 3 for destroying tue scale bug a specialty. THE MODEL GRAND RANGE, the loader of them all. METAL ROOFING and SANITARY PLUMBING a specialty. Will the public kindly givo me a call. 51 and 61 N. Spring St. 116 S. Fort St. a2otf NOTICE. THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER CO. •rill strictly enforce the following rule: The Hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a. H. and 6 and 8 o'clock r. v. For a violation of tho above regulation the water will be shut off and a nne of two dollars will be charged b store water will be turned as again, Mullen, Bluett & Co. Successors to BLUETT & SULLIVAN, N. W. Cor. Spring and First Sts. MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, ETC. We call the attention of the public to our elegant line of SPRING NOVELTIES in every Department. Special Inducements Offered to all purchasers of clothing. We have MARKED DOWN large lineß of Men's and Boys' suits and it will be to your interest to look them over. We assure you GENUINE BARGAINS. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO. iniSCELLANEOVBi feli Bros, THE Leading Tailors, 22 SODTH SPRING ST., OPPOSITE NADEA.U HOTEL, LOS ANGELES. OPENING -OF SPRING —AND— Summer Styles. They carry the Largest and Finest Stock of Imported" Goods on the Coast, which they make up at San Francisco prices. All of their work is made in this city. A GOOD FIT Tie Best of Wortaslip GUARANTEED. GORDAN BROS. 22 S. Spring St. al3 3m JOE FOHEIM THE TAILOR, Makes tha Best Fitting Ciclhes In the State at 25 per cent less than any other Tailor on tha Pacific Coast. Suits made T0 FROM ER $25°° Pants made TO F 0 B o D M ER 6:2? 203 iflontgoraery Street, ?24 Market and lli. ! £1112 Market St SAN FRAhCISCO. 105,107 and 109 Santa Clara Street, SM JOSH. 49 and 51 South Soring Street, and 263 North Main Street, LOS AIGELES. 1021A1Q23 Ponrtlt Street. SAM LHE<rO. BAKER IKON WORKS. 542-561 Buena Vista St.. Los Angeles. Adjoining Southern Pacific Ground taa- HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Arcade Hotel, At S. P. Arcade Depot, Fifth Street, LOS ANGELES. S. REINHART, Prop., (.FORMERLY OF THE UNION DEPOT HOTEL) I sm thankful for past patronage, and want to see my old friends and patrous at my new headquarters, where tho best and finest rooms csn be had on the European plan. Tbe table Is not surpassed. The location is the most convenient, as Btreet cars leave every three minutes for all parts of the city. It is especially convenient for those wishing to transfer from one train to another, or from this depot to the California Central (Santa Fe), or from the California Central to this depot. Street cars run between the depots, or you can walk In eight minutes. You save trouble and money, as I will take care of your baggage and re-check it. If you wish a quiet place to sleep, you will find this just the house, as there are no night trains and it Is away from the noise and bustle of the more central part of the city. Rates—With board, $3 per day and upward. Rooms, wltbout boa rd, $1 per day snd upward. Special rates by the month. al2 lm Anoifcd Hot Spills! 2.000 feet above sea, 70 miles from Los An geles, 6' miles north of San Bernardino. Moun tain Sanitarium, Mineral, Vapor and Mud Baths, Tourists and invalids will now find amid the most attractive surroundings, above fog and dust, all essentials to comfort, content and cure. Excellent table, recent improvements in mud baths; prices reduced for summer months. Resident physician, postoffice and telephone. Stages meet trams at depot, San Bernardino. Address WM. M. TISDALE, manager, for lith ographs, circulars and terms, or B. F. COULTER, oor. Second and Spring, Los Angeles, m.'il 3m A SUCCESSFUL CHANGE. " THE CLIFTON," A t the corner of Fort and Temple sts.. under the new management, is now the best private hotel in the city. The rooms, both single and en suite, are large, sunny and well furnished, and its table unequalled in the city. Tho kitchen is ncder tbe direct management of the f anions chef, F. He Russle Smith, a cook of thirty-five years' experience, and in that capacity has served both Grant and Garfield; has also been chief cook on Pacific and Atlantic Ocean steamers, and was a chief in the Union Pacific dining car service for six years. Its convenience to business adds greatly to its popularity. Breakfast, 6:30 to S:30; Lunch, 12 to 2; Dinner, 6 to 8. Summer rates now in force. mi lm No Chinese Employed! THE QUAKER^RESTADRANT, Reopened at 148 S. Spring St. YOU ARB INVITED. MEALS, 25 CENTS. Removed From 83 Temple Street. W. H. TRIPP, Prop. a 7-lm JEiotel Lincoln, Corner of Hill and Second Streets, Strictly a first-class hotel; appointments perfect; all modern Improvements; ele gantly situated and furnished, THOMAS PASCOE, Proprietor. m 29 lm Tne CORFU DINING PARLORS, 38 S. SPRING ST., (up stairs,) Are now open. Parties wishing an extra fam ily table will flud this will fill a long felt want. EVERYTHING NEW; meals sent out on short notice. Special arrangements can be made for Private Dinners or Luncheon. Breakfast, 7 A. M. to 12 X.: Business Men's Lunch, 12 to 2 r. m. ; Dinner, 5:30 to 8 p. m. m26-lra Malta Monica Pavilion. RESTAURANT and FAMILY RESORT ECKKBT & HOPF, Proprietors. FISH DINNERS A SPECIALTY. a22tf Farmers, Attention! Horse Mes. Horse Rates. We have on hand a few of the best One and Two-Horse Rakes ever brought to this market, which wo are ClosiDg Out at $ 15 and $ 18 each Call and see them. Brown & Foster Hardware Co., 36 SOUTH SPRING ST. A3 lm diw <$3&A. P. ROZA Is Now Driving Hack No. 29. IF YOU WANT A CARRIAGE, CALL UP Telephone 282 During the Day. Telephone 698 During the Night, And you will receive prompt attention. m2B lm" COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. The Great English Remedy. fJOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETC 1- Free from mercury; contains only pure Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LAN9LEY A MICHAELS, San FrancUoo. ddwktyly WOOD AND LIJJTIBER YARDS. CLM & HIPIEYS, LUMBER DEALERS, SAN PEDRO ST., NEAR SEVENTH. Are celling lumber at tbe following prices, owing to tbe removal of the San Pedro-Street Railroad: Hough Oregon Pine, S2O HI., Hough Redwood, »20 m., No. 1 Bumboldl Shingles, 99.25 M. Surf Lumber at accordingly low prices. a5-lm P. Q. Box, 1,238. Telephone, 178. 3STKW HOUSE" Wagon Material, Hardwood, Iron, Steel, Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools, Cabinet Woods, etc. JOHN WIGLMORE & CO. 13 and 15 South I.os Ansreles Street. al tf BCHALLERT-GANAHL l.i .tHsß.it COJUPANY. MAIN OmOl AUD TABS— Corner First and Alameda Streets, LOS ANGELES, CAL. BRANCH YARDS— East Lot Angeles Lumber Yard, oor. Hoff and Water streets. Washington-street Lumber Yard, oor. Washing ton street and Grand avenne. Oarvansa Lumber Yard.Qsrvansa. ] 23tf J. A. Hkndkksos President. J. R. Smubb Vloe-Pres. and Treat, Wk. I. Marshall Secretary southerFgalifornia LUMBER JOMPANY. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. Office and yard, 180 Kast First St., Los Angelet . ]a!9-U J. M. Urlfflth, President. H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Treat. T. E. Nichols, Secy. E. L. Chandler, Snpt J. M GRIFFITH COMPANY, LUMBER DEALERS. And Hannfaotnrers of Doors, Windows, Blinds, Stairs, * Mill work of every description. 639 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles. at-tf HK Kl'KHUl' F-t! V XXKH Mill and Lumber Company. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In LTJM B EH! Yards it ban Pedro (Wharf), Los Angeles (Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Pnonta, La manda, Monrovia, Asms, Giendors, Lords burg, Burbank. Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon rovia. n2V« Western Lumber Co. yard: Cor. Ninth and San Peure Streets. LIUBKB of aU class can be had st this yard. : »s-ti B. D. BOXILL. A. BOSKLL. ROZELL BROS., —DBALBBB in— Lnmber and Building Material. Yard corner Main and Jefferson Sts., Telephone No. 740. Los Angeles, Cal, ) IfStf PERRY, MOT! & COS Ltimber Yards AND PLANING MILLS, N0.76 Commercial Street. al-tf COJIJIIIIMIIN A!\l» SKllUlii;. KENNEDY & CO. —Wholesale and Retail— Commission Merchants, BUTTER, EGGS, HAMS, ETC., Fresh Ranch Eggs Received Dally. Poultry Dressed to Order. Goods Delivered to any part of city. 116 WEST SIXTH ST TELEPHONE 1044, m 29 lm NAUD'S WAREHOUSE, - B. Q. Wbvsb, Proprietor. GRAIN, WOOL —AND— General merchandise Warehouse. Advances made on wool. Stobaob, Coamasioß aud InsnitASCß. Agents for sll kinds of Agricultural Imple ments. Wholesale and retail dealers In Im ported and Domestlo Wines, Brandies and Whiskies. 684 to 606 Alameda stroet. sia-tt California Warehouse, CORNER SEVENTH AND ALAMEDA. Grain, Wool and General Merchandise Warehouse. Storage, Commission A Insurance. sl4 lm Newh all BrolsTT COAL, WOOD, HAY, GRAIN, ETC. In large or small quantities. 11S W. rifta St. Telephone 469. IT WILL PAT YOU TO CALL ON US »21 In RRA fj m«TK, Valuable Farm 3263 ACRES ON BRANNAN ISLAND BELONGING. TO THE ESTATE OF THsT late DR. F. ZEILE, aitaated la Sacramento county about one mile below and opposite the town of Rio Vista, fronting abont one mile on' tn» Sacramento river and extending along tho north bank of Seven-Mile slough nearly three and a half miles, and Including valuable im provements, such as houses, barns, warehouse, etc., with some personsl property. About 700 ber e iB9( W un der a lease which expires Deoem —ALSO,— ™* S cr *">" ,ore or less - "Itnated on ANDROS island, at the Junction on Georgians slough and the Moquelumne river, with about two snd a half miles of navigable water frontage. These lands are thoroughly reclaimed, con venient to market, and are unsurpassed for productiveness by any in the State. To be sold subject to the approval of the Pro bate Court Bids will be received at the office of the ex ecutors, 137 Montgomery street, San Francisco, where maps of the property may be seen and snch further information had as may be re quired. 0. LIVERMORE, E. H. TAFT, v . _ . Executors. San Francisco, February 25.1889. m2tf SPECIALS SISTERS OF CHARITY TRACT—6 lots, 50x105 each, for $4000 FLOWER ST., between Ninth and Tenth Sts., 50x155 to alley; per ft 60 FIRST ST., BOYLE HEIGHTS, bet. Chi cago and St. Louis sts., west of new cable engine-house, per ft. 80 HOPE ST., Cameron tract—soxlso to alley 2200 ELLIB AYE., sonth side — 45x150 to alloy 1350 BLISS TRACT, Bear New WolfsklU Depot-Per ft 39 BURLINGTON A VE.,Bonuie Brae tract— 50x150 to alley 1500 For these and many more see POMEROY & GATES. 16 COr RT STREET. Largest snd newest list In thetcity RAMONAI The Gem of the San Gabriel Valley. Only Three Miles from Ottf Limits of Lot Angeles. Property of San Gabriel Wins Co.. original Owners. LOCATED AT SHOKB'S STATION, On line of 8. P. B. R. snd San Gabriel Valley Rapid Transit R. R , From 10 to 15 minutes to the Plass, Los An geles City. CHEAPEST BUBURBAN TOWN LOTS, VILLA SITES, OB ACREAGE PROPERTY POPULAR TIBKS. PTJKKBT SPRING- WATER Inexhaustible quantities guaranteed. Apply at Office of SAN GABRIEL WINE CO., Ramona, Los Angeles county, Cal. Or to J. M. TIKRNAN, Ramona. s7tf HOMES." FINEST QUALITY OF FRUIT LANDS NEAR Los Angeles at reasonable prices and on liberal terms to ACTUAL SETTLERS. Eight thousand acres now subdivided (17,000 acres In all) in San Fernando Valley, from 8 to 12 miles from the Plaza, into 5, 10, 20 and 40 acre tracts, ranging from 825 to 8150 per acre, and on snch liberal terms that any one can own a homo. A fruitful soil, easily cultivated: s healthy and delightful climate; excellent schools and chnrchea; two railroads. With Los Angelos markets for everything raised on tho farm, these lands offer inducements to settlers that cannot be duplicated. Also, a Stock Range of 1,250 acres, only four miles from city limits, at a very low figure Can be subdivided Into two or three ranges. For rasps, prloe« and terms Kpply to PROVIDKNCIA LAND WATER AND DEVEL OPMENT COMPANY, Roams 8 and 9, Bryson A Bonebrake Block a2l tf OPTICIANS AKIO JEWjjL CHS, The Only Reliable Optical Institute, 131-133 B. Spring St, L. A. Theater Bldg. THE LOS ANGELES OPTICAL INSTITUTE, N. STRASSBURGER, SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN. Testing of eyes free. Grinding of lenses toorder a specialty. No peddlers employed. I use my own name only. Absolute perfect fitting guar anteed where glasses are required, alt 12m No. 18 s. SPRING STm Opposite Nadeau Hotel HtHSHIITZ, Tbe Optician, m 3 12m Manager GKT V(J I' I* CLOTHING Heuovated,Dyed,Repaired* Altered AT THB OLD RELIABLE Los Angeles Steam Dyeing & Cieauine; Go. OFFICE, NO. 3 ARCADIA STREET. Opp. Wells-Fargo Express Office. Dyeing, Cleaning and of every des -413 la* GUBTAvi MASQUELiKR, Manager. 3