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THE TEMPERANCE TEMPLE.
VedKaiea ffllk Appropriate Ser-
Tlcc. VMterday.
The Temperance Temple, a building
erected by the ladies of the W. C. T. U.
in this part of the State, at the corner of
Temple and Fort streets, was dedicated
yesterday afternoon. Special service.*)
for this purpose were held in the chapel,
which forms a feature of the building.
About seven hundred people were pres
ent. The services began at about half
past 3 o'clock, with the singing of the
anthem, "Hear us, our Father," by the
choir of the Fort Street Methodist
Church. After the prayer, a quartette
from the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation sang. The Rev. Wm. H. Pendle
ton read from the 98th Psalm, and also
from the book of Zachariah.
Mrs. Keys, the president of the local
organization, acted as chairman of the
meeting, and, after a vocal solo by Mies
Leila Breed, introduced Miss Henrietta
G. Moore, of Ohio, who is one of the
lecturers for the National organization.
Sue delivered the principal address of
the afternoon.
Mrs. Moore said that she brought
greetings from all parts of the Union,
and the cheering hope that the time was
not far distant when the law-shielded
liquor traffic should be brought to an
end. "From every part of the Union,"
she said, "there goes up a cry for the ac
complishment of the end for whicn this
temple has been erected, the prohibition
of the manufacture and sale of liquor.
The time has now come when the ac
complishment of the work is almost at
hand. Even in unworked sections
where there has been no speech-making
for temperance, and no circulation of any
literature, I have found a strong prohi
bition sentiment. The day of the har
vest is at hand, and it is a day of God's
ordering. There are those who believe
the old lines of temperance work the
best. They favor moral suasion, which
I believe is now about fifty years behind
the times. But the change .of circum
stances means a change of methods, and
we must fight now in our own way, the
best way at the present time. There is
more in the liquor question than the
closing of the dram shop. To us it
means the evolution of a
finer manhood and womanhood.
As the work is to go on nnder God's or
dering, those who aae opposing it may
as well be resigned to it. We say to the
politicians, who are the strongest allies of
the liquor men, that tbey must make up
their minds to the coming of the day.
Now, we women are known to have spe
cial powers of intuition. We see the situ
ation as it is. Do you wonder that 250,
--000 of us are pushing forwatd in a firm
organization to accomplish these aims ?
Every change in the position of woman
necessitates a change in the position of
man. Women have changed from their
position of stoical indifference as regards
the liquor traffic, to one of determined
combat, and the attitude of man must
change also.
The projection of such a building tells
the men tnat women have brains to con
ceive and muscle to execute the plans
which they advocate. God speed the
day when women shall be able to speak
in such halls as this, for the up building
of a divine sentiment in this nation —de-
manding purity in our homes and in our
Government."
The lecturess closed by quoting a poem
of Whittiers.
Tbe Rev. Chas. W. Heisler congratu
lated the women of the organization on
the work which they had done. He was
thankful that Southern California con
tained women who had the energy to ac
complish such a result. The building was
a credit to the city, and a honor to the
cause which it commemorated.
The Rev. J. L. Russell said that before
he came to Los Angeles he had been
told that Southern California was greatly
behind the rest of the country in the
matter of temperance, but when he saw
this building be knew that the story was
false. He believed that this hall would
be the rallying point for temperance
in this section.
The Rev. R. J. Hutchins made a short
speech, touching especially upon the
power and influence which was now ex
erted by women in the work of making
the world better.
Tbe Rev. R. S. Cantine said that the
ladies needed $2,000 to complete the
furnishing of the building. The speaker
agreed to give $100 if any one else would.
Prof. Snow and Mr. Little subscribed $50
each. Subscriptions of $25 each were made
by (A. M. Armour, Dr. Hutchins, J. L.
Lanphere, Mrs. M. Dodsworth, Mrs. M.
Lindley, H. P. Sweet and the Fort
street Methodist choir. Twenty dollars
was offered by Mrs. F. E. Bayright and
Jesse Yarnell.
Ten-dollar subscriptions were given by
Mrs. Gillette, Mrs. Whistler, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Strohm, J. C. Zahn, Mrs. W.
T. Brown, Mrs. O. C. Round, Frank Por
ter, Mrs. Ransome.
Five dollars by the following: Mrs. M.
Bixby, Mrs. A. S. Boyd, Mrs. McAlister,
Mrs. R, Wilson, Mrs. Archer, Mrs. A.
L. Sifton, Mrs. Alice Weaver, Mrs. L. J.
Langworthy, Mrs. H. Walker, Mrs. G.
H. Percy, Mrs. M. E. Taft, and several
others.
A number of subscriptions of cash were
made, the entire sum netted being about
$600.
THE CENTENNIAL.
Bow It Will be Observed an tbla
City Tomorrow.
Tomorrow will be a holiday through
out the United States, and the centenary
of the inauguration of Washington will
be celebrated everywhere. In this city •
salute of 100 guns will be fired at sun
rise and sunset, and exercises will take
place at the Firßt Presbyterian Church
in the morning. In connection with the
celebration Bishop Mora has issued the
following circular:
To*he Very Hey. and Ret. Clergy of Monterey
and Lot Angeles:
Yrry Rev. and Raw Fathfrs —We have rea
son to rejoice, considerins the civil aud rellt
ioui liberty which we eujoy. The lavora con
ferred upon ua by Almignty Qod, aa citizens ol
the United States, demand a public aud gen
eral recognition. You are doubtless already
aware that on the 30th of this month will be
celebrated tbe centenary of tbe lnaguratlon ol
Washington—justly called the 'Katber of Our
( euutry"—aa Chief Executive of this lan 1 .
The greatness of his achievements: the pros
perity enjoyed by the people of the
United States—a prosperity in no small
measure due to his prudent counsel and patri
otic emotions embodied In wise iegialatlve en
actments; hitpru deuce In peace, and bia valor
in war—all point to tbe 30th Inat. as a day most
suitable in whioh to return thanks to Almighty
Qod.
You will, therefore, on the day already Indi
cated—the 30th last.—celebrate, at an hour
convenient for the people, a mass of thanks
giving, and so join all true patrlou in thanking
God for His blessiugs so abundantly bestowed
on us. You are, moreover, hereby invited to
sing a Te Deum, or have It sung or said after
the celebration of the bolv mass for tbe same
purpose. To the Te Deum you will add the
?rayer pro gratiarum aetione. lv acting In con
ormity with our wishes yon will join the
Catholic population, and all other true lovers
Of liberty in the United States; you will also
act In conformity with the will of Almighty
God, from whom all power and authority Is
derived, and on whom we depend for all that
we are and possess. Pray that God may direct
those to whom the destiny of the nation Is con
tided, that so our nation may be, and continue
Sroat, glorious and prosperous—a reproach to
lose who would fain deprive their subjects of
civil and religious liberty; a menace te evil
THE LOS ANGELES DAILT HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1889.
doera; and a model to nation! that "love Juttloe
and hate Iniquity." Youra In Chriet,
f Pbancis Mora,
Blahop of Monterey and Loa Angelea.
Given from our residence at Loa Angelea on
the 25th day of April, 1889.
THE PROGRAMME.
The programme for tbe exercises at
the First Presbyterian Church is as fol
lows :
Organ voluntary,
■invocation—Rev. J. 8. Uilflllan.
Hymn 826 (Preabyterlan ilymnal)-Choir
and congregation.
Scriptural aelectlon—Rev. E. R. Brainerd.
Prayer-Rev. A. C. Wllliama, D. D.
Solo, "The Star Spanglad Banner"—Mlaa
Jennie Wlniton.
Centennial Addreat—Judge William A.
Cheney.
Hymn 83S, "Amerioa"-Cholr and congrega
tion.
Benediction—Bey W. W. Tinker.
Rev. C. W. Heialer and ilajor E. W.
Jones will preside.
The Young Men's Institute will give
a picnic at the Ostrich Farm picnic
grounds to-morrow. A number of prizes
will be awarded to the winners in the
various games on the programme. The
proceeds will be devoted to the library.
marine Intelligence.
ABBIVED.
April 19 —Steamer Scotia, Humboldt,
300,000 feet of lumber, San Pedro Lum
ber Co.
20— Steamer Alex. Duncan, San Fran
cisco, 199 tons rock, 50 tons coal, 307
sacks of beans, 151 hogs, S. P. Co.;
steamer Alcazar, Whitesboro, 10,900
railroad ties, S. P. Co.; steamer Los
Angeles, San Francisco, 50 tons mer
chandise, 8. P. Co.; schooner Alice
Kimball, Point Arena, 5,000 railroad
ties, S. P. Co.; steamer Pasadena,
Eur.-ka, 300,000 feet lumber, Kerckhoff-
Cuzner Lumber Co.
21— Steamer Queen of the Pacific, San
Francisco, 155 tons merchandise, S. P.
Co.; schooner Lizzie Vance, 418,000 feet
lnmber, 8. P. Co.
22— Hi earner Alcatraz, Capt. Johnson,
Bowen's Landing, 11,300 ties S. P. Co.;
schooner Golden Gate, Point Arena,
4,700 railroad ties, S. P. Co.; steamer
Southern California, Departure Bay, 1,600
tons coal.
23 —Steamer Eureka, San Francisco, 70
tous merchandise S. P. Co.
25—Nor. bark Orion, Newcastle, N. 8.
W., 1,485 tons coal, 8. P. Oo.; steamer
Santa Rosa, San Francisco, 170 tons mer
chandise, S. P. Co.
DEPARTURES.
20— Steamer Scotia, Johnson; steamer
Alcazar, Hansen; steamer Los Angeles,
Wallace.
21— Steamer Queen of the Pacific,
Alexander.
23 — Schooner Alice Kimball, Rasmus
san; steamer Alcatraz, Johnson.
24— Schooner Golden Gate, Rasmus
sen; steamer Eureka,, Hall.
25 — Steamer Pasadena, Hamilton;
Santa Rosa, Ingalls.—[San Pedro Advo
cate.
School Exercises.
The pupils of the Breed-street school,
at Boyle Heights, will give the following
programme, this afternoon, as a celebra
tion of the Washington Inaugural Cen
tennial Anniversary and the presentation
of a flag to the school district:
Song, "America," school; patriotic
quotations, each pupil; presentation of
flag, Harry Corn well; response, Miss
Murphy; ''Address to American Flag,"
Drake, school; song, "Flag of Heroes,"
Laura and Emma Miller; "Flower of
Liberty, Holmes, school; "National
Flag," James Holcomb; "Life of Wash
ington," Nellie Bartleson; song, "Star
Spangled Banner." school; "Inaugura
tion of Washington," Anelia Guest; song,
"Flag of the Free," Mary Guard, Emma
Hill; "Girls, Account of Inauguration,"
Century, Dora King; "Genius of Wash
ington," Harry Comwell; song, "Hail
My Country," school; "Old Lady Who
Knew Washington," Blanche Rexford;
"Character of Washington," Buelle
Jones; "One Hundred Years From
Now," Reed Rogers; "Mount Vernon
Bells," school; "Ship of State," Long
fellow, school; "Yankee Doodle,"
school; "Red, White and Blue," school.
New Franchise Desired.
The Los Angeles Cable Company will
petition the Council to day to give it a
franchise to extend its present lines and
to construct ten miles more of cable
road. It requests that its present oper
ating franchise and the additional fran
chise be contained in one franchise to
run over the following routes: On
Seventh street, from Alvarado to Fort., to
Evergreen avenue, Boyle Heights; from
a point 200 feet south of First on Spring
to Main, to Upper Main, to Alameda, to
San Fernando, to Downey avenue, to
Workman street to Pritchard street, and
from Seventh street on Grand avenue to
Jefferson street.
Tbe Poultry Snow.
The Pavilion has been engaged for the
first show of the Los Angeles County
Poultry Association, which will take
place from June 24th to the 29th, inclu
sive. It is stated that there will be a
collection of dogs exhibited at the Pa
vilion at the same time and the affair
fromUes to be a great success. The
oultry Association, which was lately or
ganized, has for its object the encour
agement of it a interest in improving the
breeding and management of poulty,
pigeons and p3t stock.
A Small maze.
Yesterday afternoon a barn belonging
to 8. S. Watson, residing at 139 Regent
street, caught fire, and was almost a
total loss. No one was at the house at
the time the fire started, and its origin
was a mystery. When the department
arrived the whole of the upper portion
was in flames, but these were quickly
aubdueil, and the loss was confined to
about $600, with an insurance of $300.
Don't forget tbe Turners' picnic at the
Arroyo Beco Park, next Sunday.
Station's Consumption Cure.
No. 1. This Is beyond question the mos.
auccessful Cough Medlolue we have ever sold.
A few doses Invariably cure the worst pases of
Cougb, Crouu and Brouchits, while Its wonder-
Inl succes* In the oure of Consumption la with
out s parallel In the history of medicine. Since
Its first discovery It baa been sold on a guar
antee, a teat which no other medicine can stand.
If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to
irvit. Price 10 cents, 90 cents and $1.00. If
ro-ir Luugs are aore, Cbeat or Back lame, use
-'i lob's Porous Plaster. Bold by C. F. iieluie-
Utin. _
The Most Effective Baths
In the world are mud baths as given at Arrow
head Springs. Price (or the coming summer
reduced to Sleach. See advertisement In an
other columu.
The "King" Tinted Lead.—Ten gal-
lons oil to the 100 pounds. P.H Mathews, agent,
comer Second and Los Angeles streets.
Theo. Rapp, Wood Engraver.
No. 10 Court street, room 0. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Reasonable prices.
The «;lrl Walters at Brown's Res
taurant have proved a drawing card. The
meals are first-class. 34 and 36 N. Main st.
The Best Hair Preparation
Is Lauz's Quinine Hair Tonic. 208 N. Main.
Go to S pence's Restaurant to day and see the
ladles and gentlemen wbo take their meals
there, and you will do the same. 46 8. Spring
street.
Mullen, Bluett & Co.
N. W. Cor. Spring and First Sts.
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc., Etc.
ATTENTION, EVERYBODY I
It will be to your interest to take notice of the inducements we offer to insure your
patronage. We have set aside large lines of honest Summer Clothing for Men and Boys,
and have marked them at prices that will surely take.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
MULLEN", BLUETT & CO.
i«isce:iii>ANEOvs.
OPEKIMtri ! 1
GORDAN
BROTHERS
THE
LEADING
TAILORS
22 S. SPRING ST., 22
Los Angeles, Cal.
BRANCH OF SAN FRANCISCO
HAYING JUST RECEIVED
FROM
ENCLAND
4 URGE CONSIGNMENT OF
WOOLENS
BEING THE PROPERTY OF
An Over Stocked WOOLEN MILL
In Order to Dispose of Same
They Will Make
SUITS TO ORDER
—AT
Reduced Prices!
GOODS SOLD BY THE YARD
TO THE TRADE
AT MANUFACTURING PRICES.
all 3m
JOE POHEIM
THE TAILOR,
Makes tho Best Fitting Clothes
In the State at 25 per cent less
than any other Tailor on the
Pacific Coast
Suits made to f o ro- er
Pants made to f ° ro d m er 6^9
203 Montgomery Street,
724 Market and UK' &1112 Market St
SAN FRANCISCO.
105, 107 and 109 Santa Clara Street,
SAN JOSE.
49 and 51 South Soring Street, and
263 forth Main Street,
LOS ANGELES.
1021ftl028Fonrth StmUANMEfIO.
GASOLINE STOVES
AT COST.
To close out my stock I make a reduction on
each Stove and Oven of
&4.00.
F. E. BROWN,
a2U No. «Vt South Spring street.
NOTICE.
TBI LOB ANGELES CITY WATRR CO.
willttrlotly enforce the following rule: The
hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8
o'clock a. at. and 0 and 8 o'clock r. v. For a
violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a fine of two dollars will
be charged bsfore water will be turned on
again,
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Arcade Hotel,
At S. P. Arcade Depot, Fittb Street,
LOS ANGELES.
S. REINHART, Prop.,
(FORMERLY OF THE UNION DEPOT HOTEL)
I am thankful for past patronage, and want
to see my old friends and patrons at my new
headquartera. where the beat and finest rooms
can be had on the European plan.
Tbe table Is not aurpasaed. The location is
the most convenient, as atreet 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 1 'entra! (Santa Fe),
or from the California Central to tbia depot
Street cars run between the depots, or you can
walk In eight mlnutea. You save trouble and
money, as I will take care of your baggage and
re-check It.
If yon wish a quiet place to sleep, you will
find thlt 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 oity.
Rates—With board, $3 per day and upward.
Rooms, without board, $1 per day and upward.
Special rates by the month. al2 lm
Arrowhead Bat Springs!
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 aud
dust, all essentials to comfort, content and cure
Excellent table, recent improvements in mud
baths; prices reduced for summer montha
Resident physician, poetotnee and telephone
Stages meet trains at depot, San Bernardino.
Address WM. M. TIBDALE, manager, for iith
ograoha, circularsand terms,or B. F.COULTER,
cor. Second and Spring, Los Angeles. m3l 3m
A SUCCESSFUL CHANGE.
" THE CLIFTON,"
At 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, tunny and well furnished, and
Its table unequalled In the city. The kitchen
' is under the direct management of the famous
chef, F. De Russie Smith, a cook of thirty-five
years' experience, and In that capacity has
served both Grant and Garfield; haa 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 bnalness adds greatly to ltt
popularity.
Breakfast, 6:30 to 8:30; Lunch, 12 to 2;
Dinner, 6 to 8.
Summer ratea now In force. a 6 lm
No Chinese Employed!
THE QUAKERIESTADRANT,
Reopened, at 14S S. Spring- St.
YOU ABE INVITED.
MEALS, 25 CENTS.
Removed Front S3 Temple Street.
W. H. TRIPP, Prop.
a7-lm
Banta Monica Pavilion.
RESTAURANT and FAMILY RESORT
ECKKRT A HOPF, Proprietors.
FI3H DINNERS A SPECIALTY.
a22tf
BRANCH OFFICE OF
THE F. THOMAS
PARISIAN
Dyeing and Cleaning Works
160 South .train street,
Opposite Third : : Loa Angelea, Cal.
Dyers and Finishers of all kinds of Fabrics.
Ladies', Gents' and Children's Clothing, and
articles of every description Dyed and Cleaned
at reasonable charges.
CURTAINS AND BLANKETS DONE UP.
SHELF GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Central Office and Workt, 27 Tenth st, San
Francisco.
MARE NO MISTAKE! See that the wagon Is
marked the "F. THOMAS." a6tf
~siiiier.aDu k PheTpsT -
General Insurance Agents,
134 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES,
Represent the following companies:
FIRE—
Union Fire Insurance Co. of San Francisco.
State Investment and Insurance Co. of Ban
Franclaco.
Alta Fire Insurance Co. of Stockton.
LIFE—
Brooklyn Life Insurance Co. of New York.
ACCIDENT—
Pacific Mutual Life and Accident Insurance Co.
All Los>es Promptly Paid. a 23 3m
Look and Read I
If you wish to sell or buy Second hand Fur
niture, Carpets, or Trunks,
Be sure and give us a call. We have In stock a
large variety of goods too numerous to men
tion, all of which we offer cheap for cash, or
will sell on Installments.
W. P. MARTIN St BRO.,
Mo. 349 8. Spring at. Lock box, 1921.
al9 3m 1
REAL. EST AXE.
Valuable Farm
3263 ACRES
ON BRANNAN ISLAND
BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF THE
late DR. F. ZEILB, situated la Sacramento
county about one mile below and opposite the
town of Rio Vista, fronting about one mile on
the Sacramento river and extending along the
north bank of Seven-Mile slough nearly three
and a half miles, and including valuable im
provements, inch as honsos, barns, warehouse,
etc., with some personal property. About 700
acres now under a lease which expires Decem
ber, 1880.
—also,— •
1064 acres, more or loss, situated on ANDROB
ISLAND, at the Junction on Georgiana slough
and the Moqnelumne river, with about two and
a half miles of navigable water frontage.
These lands are thoronghly 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
anch further Information had as may be re
quired. O. LIVERMORE,
K. H. TAFT,
Executors.
San Francisco, February 25,1889. m2tf
SPECIALS
SISTERS OF CHARITY TRACT—6 lots,
50x105 each, for $4000
FLOWER ST., between Ninth and Tenth
Sta., 50x155 to alley; per ft 6C
FIRST ST., BOYLE HEIGHTS, bet. Chi
cago and St. Louis sts , west of new
cable engine-house, per ft. 80
HOPE 8T„ Cameron tract—soxlso to
alley 2200
ELLIS AYE., south side - 45x150 to
alley 1350
BLIB9 TRACT, sear New Wolfskin
Depot-Per ft 30
BURLINGTON AVE.,Bonnie Brae tract—
50x150 to alley 1500
For these atattl many more see
POMEROY & GATES.
16 tior XT STREET.
Largest and newest list In thetolty.
RAMONA 1
The Gem of the Bon Gabriel Valley.
Only Three Miles from City Limits of Lot
Angeles.
Property of Stan Gabriel Wine Co..
original Owners.
LOCATED AT SHORB'S STATION,
On line of 8. P. R. R. and Run Gabriel
VaUey Rapid Tranalt R. R.,
From 10 to 15 minntea to the Plata, Los An
geles City.
CHEAPEST SUBURBAN TOWN LOTS,
VILLA SITES, OK
ACREAGE PROPERTY
POPULAR TKRHS.
PTJBKBT SPRING WAT EE
Inexhaustible quantities guaranteed.
Apply at Office of
SAN GABRIEL WINE CO.,
Ramona, Lot Angeles county, Oal.
Or to J. M. TIERNAN, Ramona. a7t!
HOMES.
FINEST QUALITY OF FRUIT LANDS NEAR
Lob Angeles at reasonable prices and on liberal
terms to ACTUAL SETTLERS.
Eight thousand acres now subdivided (17,000
acres in all) In Ban Fernando Valley, from 8 to
12 miles from the Plata, Into 5, 10, 20 and 40
acre tracts, ranging from $25 to $150 per acre,
and on such liberal terms that anyone can own
a home. A fruitful soil, easily cultivated; a
healthy and delightful climate; excellent
schools and churches; two railroads. With Lot
Angelea markets for everything raised on the
farm, these lands offer inducements to settlers
that cannot be duplicated.
Also, a Stock Range of 1,250 acres, only four
miles from oity limits, at a very low figure
Can be subdivided into two or three ranges.
For msps, prioes and terms apply to
PBOVIDENCIA LAND WATER AND DEVEL
OPMENT COMPANY,
Rooms 8 and 9, Bryson & Bonebrake Block
a2l tf
SUMMIT LIME!
Brick Masons and Plasterers:
Please take notice that the above lime is the
best in the market. By trying this lime you
will be convinced of our claim fiat it is the
best to be had In this market or on the coast
The H. T Holmes Lime Co. of 8. F. concede It
to be superior to Santa Crut lime.
SAN PEDRO ST., BET. 4TH AND STH.
Los Angeles Storage, Commis
sion and lumber Co.
GALLOP, NEW MEXICO, COAL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
OHAS. A. MARRINER, General Sales Agent.
Office and Yard. 607 East First Street.
TELEPHONE 960.
Screened Lamp Coal, Delivered Loom »I 1 BO Per Ton.
_! „ ,_ . „ . In Backe It OO •' "
Single Sack, In Yard SO Per Bark
" Delivered 75 •• "
OAR LOTS A SPECIALTY, mlOSm
MISCELLANEOUS.
SITE WANTED
FOR
INDUSTRIAL
EXPOSITION
OF
Southern IMoniia!
Tbe Industrial Exposition of Southern Cali
fornia hereby request offers of ground for a per
manent Exhibition building, it la necessary
that such ground shall be fairly central and
near street car lines, and of not less dimensions
than 250x300 feet.
It Is the purpose of this Association to erect
permanent buildings of modern and attractive
architecture. The advantages to the locality
will be very great, and bidders should consider
these advantages and canvass their respective
neighborhoods, snd aid as far as possible In
this grand enterprise, which in the most pro
gressive cities of our country have been of such
material advantage.
Offers should be sddressed to
E. A. FORRSTER, Chairman.
THOMAB A. LEWIS,
M. DODBWORTH,
a 24 6t W. E. HUGHES.
State Loan and Trust Co.
Bryson-Bonebrake Building.
Capital 5t,000,000.
DIRECTORS:
George H. Bonebrake, President.
John Bryaon and E. F. Spence, Vice-Presidents.
H. C. Wltmer, L. N. Breed, W. G. Cochran.
H. J. Woollacott, P. M. Green, L. W. Dennis.
Samuel B. Hunt, Secretary.
We act as trustees for corporations, syndicates
and estates. Loan money on choice real estate
and collaterals. Keep choice securities for sale.
Pay Interest on time deposits. Hnve safety de
posit vaults eqnal to any In the United States.
Rent boxes at reasonable rates. afttf
Shorthand x * S. rv
Telegraphy
Day and Evening Sessions. Beat Methods.
Skillful Teachers. Lowest Ratea. Situations
Free. LONGLEY <fc WAGNER,
Room 1, No 24 W. First Street
Farmers, Attention!
Horse Rakes. Horse Rates.
We have on hand a few of the best One and
Two-Horse Rakes ever brought to this market,
which we are
Closing Out at $15 and $18 each.
Call and see them.
Brown & Foster Hardware Co..
36.80UTH SPRING ST. A3 lm daw
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Lord Fauntleroy Caps
—AT—
The Corset Emporium,
221 SOUTH SPRING ST.
fa! 9 lm
Disinfect Yonr Vineyards
—BY—
ONGERTH'S INSECTICIDE I
Recommended by J. DE BARTH SHORB.
—708 SALE BY—
E. STEELE, 113 Weat: First Street.
T. O. Box 1,974. a2O lm
. THE HAMMAM BATHS.
A 76 South Main street,
— x _4HL_ Under Dr. Royer's diree-
tlon has become a popular
ISmar V institution. Ladies' depart
j It ment open from 8 a. m. to
ft r H6 p.m. Gents' department
Jj. ~ mm open night and day and no
v charges for gentlemen batb-
er * remaining over night.
C. S. Traphasen, B. M'gr.
m2B 3m
»XT YOUR CLOTHING
Reno vated,Dyed,Repaired & Altered
AT THE OLD RELIABLE
Los Angeles Steal Dyeing & Cleaning Co.
OFFICE, NO. 3 ARCADIA STREET,
Opp. Wellt-Fsrgo Express Office.
Dyeing, Cleaning and Repairing of every des
cription.
al3 lm* GUBTAVE MABQUELIER. Manager.
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