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DRAMA AND MUSIC.
Nates of Plays and Those who Present Them. JYMUSEMEHTS IN LOS ANGELES. "Little Lord Fauntleroy" at the Grand—Other Attractions In the Future. Manager Hayman will again treat Los Angeles to a season of Palmer's excellent company next summer. The language is enriched by a new word. Theresa Vaughn is called "an anthority in the art of gownery." Naughtology, or Nothing is the curious title adopted by an American author for a play which is soon to have a repre sentation at Terry's theater in Lon don. | Verdi denies the report from Paris that he is writing a new opera with "Beatrice di Tenda" for a subject, and Edward Grieg denies the rep >rt from London that he is writing an opera from "Alexan dria." Manager Al. Hay man is making a large fortune out of Bronson Howard's latest and greatest success, Shenandoah. Mr. Hayman will undoubtedly produce the play here in the near future. Those clever children, Wallie Edd'i ger and Flossie Ethyl, will be taken, after the present tour, to the Madison Square Theater, New York, to play Little Lord Fauntleroy for the entire winter. Speaking of his separation from Law rence Barrett and his future plans, Edwin Booth says: "We are both young men and there is no telling what may happen." He is now a little over 56. Well, that's young historically speaking. Dellinger's Captain Fracasta, the first novelty of the Vienna comic opera season, has been successfully produced in Munich. The music is said to be in every way equal to that of Don Catar, which first established the composer's fame. Manager Isaac, of the Dime Museum, has a strong bill for fair week, and has also engaged tbe famous Big Bertha for week of October 26th to appear in the museum department. Big Bertha will appear in street dress, and lecture on her life. A Cincinnati paper says: "Have we a manager with nerve enough to pest conspicuously at the entrance of the theater the notice 'Ladies will please hang up their high hats in the retiring room?'" No is a safe answer both there and here. D'Oyley Carte is negotiating to bring the Savoy Theatre Company to America next year to sing Gilbert and Sullivan's operas in the English fashion. Lsonora Braham and Geraldine Ulmar are the leading singers, and Weedon Grossmith, once here with Rosina Yokes, is also in the cast. Miss Anna Fuller will appear in con cert at the Los Angeles Theatre on Fri day evening. She will be aisistsd by Signor Modini and the Hungarian orches tra. The programme contains a number of good selections which will, without doubt, be excellently rendered, and it is anticipated that the theater will be crowded on this occasion. Mrs. .lames Brown Potter arrived in Paris recently from Tromville on her way to Salia-les-Bains, a watering place in the south of France, where she intends to take a long rest. She is suffering from nervous prostration and has been obliged to deny herself to all callers. Ber father, Colonel Urquhardt, is with her and says she has not abandoned the stage as re ported, bnt her return to it will depend upon the state of her health, which at present is a soarce of deep anxiety both to her family and friends. Commencing this evening Mrs. Fran ces Hodgeon-Burnett's Utile Lord Faunt leroy will be given at the Grand for six nights and a matinee on Wednesday and Saturday as before. We!lie Ed dinger and Flossie Ethyl play the "Lit tle Lord," and the company is said to be an excellent one. The "Little Lords" have been playing at the Baldwin Thea ter, San Francisco, and come here di rectly after their San Francisco engage ment. Wallie and Flossie appsarei in the successful production of Little Lor d Fauntleroy at the Orand last Bpring, and are pronounced the best yet seen in the part. Panglavism seems to be asserting itself in music. Tgchaikowaki's opera on the subject of Pouahk'n's famors poem, "Evgen Onegin," was recently brought out in a Czech veiaion at the National Bohemian theater of Prague, where it was received with enthusir im, partly for its musical merlti, partly ; t recognition of the fact that id com poser wen a Slav and a brother. The Bohemian compDeer Dvorak hai now chosen as the theme of an opsra on which he is already actively engaged a subject borrowed from the history of Rusßia —the strikingly dramatic story of Demetrius, the impcitir, which in some particulars recalls the story of John of Leyden, as treatad by Meyerbeer in Le Prophttt. The new Gilbert and Sullivan opera will be presentad at the Savoy Theater, in London, late in November. The sub ject of the opera is Venetian. The doge is the principal character. By ties of birth and association he is an atistocrat. At heart he is a thorough republican. He gc9B among the people in disguiee, and urges them to rise and unrsat tbe doge. A council of t?n finally obliges him to take an oath to kill a man of the people. The populace then compel him to swear to kill the doge. Tbe principal character ia apparently ou the blink of a precipice, but is rescued by Gilbert in hia usual happy manner. The caste has not been filled yet, but it is said the fol lowing artiste will take part in the prc duction! Courtice Pounds will have tbe chief tenor part, that of a Venetian swell. Geraldine Ulmar will probably be the chief soprano. John Wilkinson, who succeeded Grossmith as A tack Foynte, and who cast Grossmith in the shade, haa been engaged for financial reasons for a "small part," but will probably appear as the dose. Jessie Bond, who plays Phoebe in The Yeoman of the Guard, will probably appear as a .. young lady with taste for "distinction in iipe or form." Rutland Barring . also have a part, having grown a management that did not pay. Denny, who appears nightly as in The Yeoman of the Qw.rd, will 1 in the new opera, too, though 1 Temple, who plays "Sergeant ," has not yet been placed in a er of humor. The new opera will fer from other efforts of Gilbert, icil of ten will have a thumb ng chorus, and a lot of Venetian will sing "We're Young Men of and Play at Lawn Tennis in of Various Hues." THB LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBEK 21. 1889. In Arid Lands. What nameless, boding horror iprlnga And holda the landscape In IU thrall! Here Death and Terror ever clings, And Desolation spreads her wings. And presage ot all evil things Hangs dark and threatening over all! How pitiless the snn's hot blast, Reflected from each splintered peak! The lifeless plain, the burning rays, The trackless waste; the mirage haze, Tell of a land in wrathful days Spewed up from subterranean deeps! Like phantom hosts, afar and near, Ghost-like the shadowy peaks arise; Throagh the faint purple atmosphere, As those with never hope to cheer, Tbey seem to shiver as In fear q Beneath the burning desert skies. And yet some Moses' rod shall smite- Some wizard's wand shall break the spell And bring the waters swift to light, And groves the vision shall delight And maidens draw the waters bright Like sweet Rebecca at the well, Life's pulse again shall throb and thrill In veins long since parohed up and dried; Th* sparkling stream its banks shall fill- Sweet ministering angel still, And glory nrown each plain and hill, And earth's long thirst be satisfied. Albert f. Kercueval. Los Angeles, October 19,1889. Reportorial Editorializing. Editors Herald—l notice that the av erage reporter editorializes upon every occasion. He comments upon each item of news he gleans with reckless abandon. If John Brown is painting his house, the reportorial aspirant for editorial hon ors feels called upon to say that "John Brown, in repainting his elegant resi dence, shows commendable thrift, as money is saved by painting a houce every two or three years instead of every five or tin years." Or, if John Brown is arrested for being dtunk and disorderly, the embrionic editor of tbe j. ovnd-the pavement staff in his report begins with the moral lesson that "John Brown is a sad example of the evils of intemper ance," and ends with the advice that "if John would forego tbe flow'ng bowl it would t j bet'ir for himself, bis family and the community at large." And es the average reporter !•, always a humorist of a high or low degree, he usually add*), "and for his eyes." The item whicb follows appeared in the columns of a morn ! ng contemporary of the Herald, and is an example of editorialized re r. jrting: "Henry Henderson, William Bu chanan and Frank Howard were brought from Soledad yesterday and lodged in the County Jail. The men pre sentenced to serve five days ereh. Tne distance from Soledad is about sixty m<'es. and as for each prisoner and himself, the Constible, is allowed travel ing expenses one way, at the rate of £5 cents a m'le, the expense te the county will be about $60. As they were con victed, it is understood, of riding a brake beam, the county is paying rather a high price for the privilege of deterring others from following their example." With the u»ual perspicacity of the roporbr-nd-editor-in-one, the writer of the above harp? upon the cost to the county, a matter that properly hei no bif ing npon the question as a whole. To tide upon a brake-beam is a nr'sde meanor: (1) because in thus stealing a ride the railroad companies are defrauded of a fare representing a certainamovnt of money; (2) because it is dangerous te ride on a brake-beam and the law has a due regard* for safety of person and endeavors to protect the in dividual even against his own ill-advised cits. The railroad companies pay an nual fixes to the county, to the amount of some $450,900, and expect and de mand that the proper officers will en force the laws * hat protect railroad traffic. The county expects the officers to do their duty, so that brate-beimers may not be killed and bcied at the expense of the taxpayers of the county. Perhaps it is less expensive to bury the poor devils that ride npon brake-beams then it is to arrest and im prison them; but the law does not take into consideration eny such system of public economy. To proceed upon the ratiocination of the reporter-and-wou'd c;- editor quoted above, the effort to pre vent crimes or misdemeanors or the ef fort to enforce the law prohibiting such crimes and misdemeanors should be mep lured by the cost to the county treas ury. It might have been added that it were well for officers to look to the en forcement of the law only when it can be done cheaply. Free Lance. «(,"!' Queer Conn n drums. The following queries are respectfully referred to the beet guesser in the city, vith the privilege of reply through the lolumns of the Herald : A citizen wants to know if these things -c right in this city: Is it right for a policeman, while on luty, to get on the sidewalk betwixt md between four young women, two on -ih side of the sttr, while those they neet v-e compelled te leave the sidewalk n order to pc-i? Is it right for one street to be known >y two or three different names, and thus oniues the people? Is it right te csnd half the storm water jf this city down Wall street below Sev enth, which makes a river large enough c cover the sidewalk and entire street with water? It it light for men to cut up their iand md lay out streets without consulting the Oity Surveyor? Is it tight for the Seventh-street Mill o monopolize the sidewalk, thereby pushing our wives with their baby bug gies on the street? The lllinolaane. The opening entertainment of the Illi nois Association, for the season, held in Masonic Hall, on Saturday evening, was attended by an audience that filled the house, and the fine programme of music and elocution was enjoyed and applauded by all. Ample time was also given for a scjial, and hundreds of people thus came together informally. Resolutions favor ing Chicago as the place for the World's Exposition of 1892 were unanimously adopted. The association will continue these entertainments every Saturday evening in the old place (Masonic Hall) till about November 15th, when it will take possession of the new Illinois Hall, and open a course of special lectures, concerts, etc., besides the regular weekly socials. stJAcobs5 t JAcobs ©n For Straina and Pains. NEW AND STRONG FACTB. Cane and Crutch. Cn.lFniton, O..Jaa.I*YSS. Battered with itrttnod back for two month*; w.Ued with can. aad cratch; w» cured by St. J.cobe OU; no return is • monthi. WW. bbamdkbbibokb. Strained Back. Amanda. Ohio, June, isst. BoSond with itrolaod back II raki; pala Torf aoaU, UHd c.ne; tuod two bottles of St. JkOOUS oU « Uk '^" ! " p ia&ragiaAiiß. lor 15 Tears. WMhi»|ton. .'»».»•. 'It. Sad raftered oS and on for fifteen roan with stralaod taok; ao troaMo with tt aoastwo roars ego wasoarod Vf Bt. Jaoobs OU.^aowtara^ At Druggists akd Dbalbks. THE CHARLES A. VOBELER CO.. Baltlmora.il*. 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THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN HAVE BEEN received into the Los Angeles Orphan Asylum since the last publication: Half Orphans—Anita Duarte. Nora Scbuler, Katie Doherty. Ruby Athwood, Louise Aounea, Zoe Lawrence, Josephine Ruis, Florence Silva, Maggie Scott, Carrie Mattlson Lizzie Ranch, Josephine Gallardo, Susie 'i.iomsou, Alberta Thomson, Dolores Orosco, Dolores Botello, Teresa Boteller, Frances Martinez. Whole Orphan—Sadie Duncan. oc9 It THE F. THOMAS PARISIAN Dyeing and Cleaning Works, ISO South main Street. DYERS AND FINISHERS OF ALL KINDS OI FABRICS. CURTAINS AND BLANKETS DONE UP. SHBJ F GOODS A SPECIALTY. o!7' LINES OF TRAVEL. Los Angeles & Pacific R'y Co, NEW TIME CARD, Commencing June 19, 1889 MAIN LINK. LBAVK LOS ANGBLBB. I LKAVB SANTA MONICA. 10:00 A. M 8:05 A. Bt 5 00 p. at I 3:30 p. v Packages and freight carried to Banta Monlci and all points on the road at reasonable rates, BURBANK DIVISION. LBAVK LOS ANO ELKS. LKAVB BDRRANK. WIH DAYS. WXIK DAYS. 7:20 A. at 6:00 A. M 10:00 a. tt 8:15 A. at 8:00 r. m 4:80 r. at ON SUNDAYS, OH SUNDAYS. 9:00 a. at 9:40 a. m 1:30 r. at 4:00 r.M ........ 4:50 r.M sTaF~ All trains atop at Ostrich Firm anc Soldiers' Home, going and returning. E. K. HALL, President and Manager. R. 0. SHAW, General Freight and Passengei Agent Sbnbbal OrncßS—44 Nobth Spring St. 10 RAPID TRANSIT R'Y Leave Los Angelea, from No. 9 Arcadia street opposite Baker blook, for Alhambra and Monrovia. WBBK DAYS— Forenoon. Afternoon. 9:00 8:10 5:05 Returning—Leave Monrovia for Alhambra ani Los Angeles. Forenoon. Afternoon. 7:00 10:15 4:26 SUNDAYS— Leave Los Angeles for Alhambra and Monrorli Forenoon. Afternoon. 8.40 5:05 Returning—Leave Monrovia for Alhambra an Los Angeles, Forenoon. Afternoon. 8:00 4:25 Time between Loa Angelea and Monrovia—On hoar. ihtbbmbdiatb stations bbtwbbn TBBMIHA POINTS, BBOINNIHO AT LOS AHBKLBS - Soto street, San Marino, Bats, East San Gabriel, Ramona, Bunny Slope. Alhambra, Chapman, *«J berry. BaTeVlnave.. Lake Vineyard, Arcadia. 3 Goodall, Perkins a Co., General Agents. Ban Francisco Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Ore.; Victoria, B. C, and Puget Sound, Alaska, and all coast points. MIITHEBN BODIES. Time Tails for October, 188*. LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO For Port Harford ."18.8. Queen, Oet, 4, 12, 20 Santa Barbara... 1 and 28. San Pedro (8. 8. Santa Rosa, Oot 8, 16, San Diego. j 24, and Not. 1. For \ 8. 8. Los Angeles, Oct. 2, Redondo 1 10,18 aad 26. San Pedro and fB. 8. Eureka, Oct 6, 14, Way Ports J 22 and 80. LEAVE SAN PEDRO For 1 8. 8. Santa Rosa, Oot. 2,10 1 18 and 26. San Diego fB. 8. Queen, Oct. 8. 14, 22, J and 30. LEAVE SAN FEDRO For ") 8. 8. Santa Rosa, Oot 4, Ban Francisco. I 12, 20 and 28. Port Harford.... [s. 8. Queen, Oct. 8, 16, 24, Banta Barbara.. J and Nor. 1. LKAVB SAN PEDRO AND BBBONDO For i 8. 8. Eureka, Oot 1, », 17 San Franoltco I and 25. _ and ts. 8. Los Angeles, Oot 5, Way Points J 13, 21 and 29. . °*S to connect with steamers leave B. P. R.R. depot, Fifth street, Los Angeles, ss follows: With the umeen oi tne raoifiu and Santa Ross as J_so o'clock a. Bt.; with Los Angelas aad Eureka, going north, at 5.10 o'clock 7, at. Passengers per Los Angeles and Eureka via Redondo leave Banta Fe depot at 5:30 r.M. Plans of steamers'cabins at agent's office, where bertha may be secured. The steamers Los Angeles and Eureka wIU oall regularly at Newport pier for and with freight and passengers. The company reserve the right to change the steamers or their days of sailing. jT*B**For passage or freight as above or for Motets to and from all important points In Europe, apply to WF. PARRIB, Agent. Office: No. 8 Commercial St, Los Angelea. California Central Railway, "SANTA FE ROUTE." On aad after SUNDAY, OOT. 20th, 1889, trains will leave and arrive at Flrtt Btreet Depot aa follows: LaaTS. Loa Angeles. Arrive, •8:50 a. m Overland *4:20 T. tt, •8:40 A. K. San Diego Ez Coast L. *7:45 a. a. •4:45 r. X.San Diego Ex Coast L. *l:00r. at. +8:00 A.«. iMermuSLio 1 '! «*<>*-*■• +8:50 a.m. •8:40 a.m Banta Ana. *7:45 A. at. Banta Ana •4:40 r. at Banta Ana U .00 r. a. +5:20 p.m Banta Ana +8-.30A.M +10.80 A.M. .. - +6:sor.at. ■ +l:00r.«. $■50 am!' via S.n> .tSigi'E (- .Bernardino.. \ Jffil'.* +10:30 a.m. ..Colton via Orange.. +1:00r.M. Colton via Orange.. +6:50 r. m, +8:00 a. m. Colton via Ban Brnd'o +9:55 a.m. 18:50 A. M. Colton via San Brnd'o *4:20 r. K. •4 :00 p. m. Colton via Ban Brnd'o +7:00 r. «. +8:00 A. M. ...Ban Bernardino.... *9:55 a.m. •8:50 a.m. ...Ban Bernardino.... *4:20r.x, *4:00r. M. ...San Bernardino.... +7:00r.M. +10:30 a.m. j 8 * DB^E_* B noTl * +6:50».M. +7:45 a.m Pasadena +7:40 A. a. +8:00 a.m Pasadena. +8:45 a, m •B:6omm Pasadena. *9:55 a.m. +12:30 p.m Pasadena. 4:00 p. M ..Pasadena. +2:50r.M. +5:05 p. m Pasadena. *4:20 r.M. +6:20 p. M Pasadena. +6:10r.M. Pasadena +7:00 p. m. +12:30 p. m. DaarteAccommodafn +7:40 A. M. +6:20 r. M. DaarteAccommodattd +2 :50 r. M. DuarteAccommodat'O +1:30 P. M. Port Ballona +4 :10 p. M 1 Bedondo Beach.... 13:66 p. M •10 00a. m. .. .Redondo Beach... *8:26 a. m. 11:05 p.m. ...Redondo Beach... +12:25 p.M. +1:30 p.m. ...Redondo Beach... +4:45 p.m. Bedondo Beach | •6:30 p. m. ... Redondo Beach... 16:66 r. M +8:00 a. m San Jacinto. +6:50 p. m. +10:30 a. M San Jacinto +7:O0p. M, +4:40 p. M Escondldo +1:00 p. M. +8:00 a. m. Redl'ndaand Mentone +9-55 A. M. +8:50 a. M. Bedl'ndsand Mentone *4:20 r. M. •4:00 p. m. Redl'nds and Mentone +7:00r. M. •Dally. +Dally ezoept Sunday. ISundays only. Trains leaving Los Angelea at 8:00 a. m. and 8:50 a. m , andarriving at 7:00 r.M., oonneot at San Bernardino for all points south to Ocean si dp. Trains leaving Los Angeles at 10:80 a.m. and arriving at 6:50 p. m. connect at last Riv erside for all points south to Oceanatde. Depot at foot of First street D. MoCOOL, General Manager. S. B. HYNEB, Gen. Pass. Agent. WILLIAMSON DUNN. General Agent. Olty Tioket Office, No. 29 North Spring street, CHAS. T. PARSONS, Ticket Agent. Men We Company. IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIMS. Sunday, October 13, 1889, Trains leave aad are due to arrive at Loi Angelea (New Arcade Depot) Fifth Stbbbt. daily, as Follows; Leave For, destination. |Arr. Prom II 3:50 p. M Banning. ffiSut 8:00 r. M Banning. 9:81 r. a. 9:00 a.m Colton 1 8:67 a.m. It 3:50 r. M Colton I|lo:o4a,m, 4.45 p. m Colton 4:20 p. at, 8:00 p. m Doming and last... 9:31 p.m. 8:00 r. M El Paso and East.... 9:31 p.m. 12:36 r. m Long Beach 11:66 a. m, 9:50 A.M. P&o. B*sa.m. 6:10r.M. I^u/reft," 14 ! 4:16 r.M 10:20p.m Ogden and East 7:25 A.M. 10:20 p. m Portland, Or 7:26 a.m. 9:00 a.m Riverside. 8:57 A. a. || 3:50 p.m Riverside ||10:04 a.m. 4:45 p. M Riverside. 4:20 p. M. Riverside 9:31 p. M. 9:00 a, m San Bernardino 8:67 a.m. H 3:50 p. m San Bernardino ||10K>4a. m, 4:46 p. m San Bernardino 4:20 r.M. .... Ban Bernardino 9:31 r.M. 9:00a.m Redlands ||10:04a.m ||3:50 p.m Redlands 9:31 r.M. 1:30 p. m. Ssn Fran, and Sacram'b 7:26 A. M 10:20 r. M. Ban Fran, and Bacram'fc 6:45 r.M. 9:30 A. m. Banta Ana and Anahein 8:86 A. M. 5:08 p. M. Banta Ana and Anaheim 8:86 p. M. 7:25 a.m. I Santa Barbara | 8:16 r.M. 4:35r.M. f Santa Barbara ) 8:80 r.M. 9:37 A. M Banta Monloa 8:33 A. M, 1:07 p. M Santa Monloa 5:17 p. m Banta Monloa. .... 12:08 r. m. 6:10 r.M Santa Monica. Santa Monloa 4:28 p.m. Banta Monica 7:86 a.m. 4:28 P. M Tustin 8:55 A. M, ||11:O0a.m Whittier , 3:55 a.m. 4:28 p. m Whittier J 8:16 r. M. Local and through tickets sold, baggage checked, Pullman sleeping oar reservations made, and general information given upon ap plication toO. F. SMURR, Asst. S. Pas. Agt.No, 202 North Main street; CHARLES BSYLBB, Agent at Depot. H Sundays excepted. (Sundays only. A. N. TOWNS, General Manager. T. H. GOODMAN, Gen'l Passenger and Tioket Act 01-3 m Compape toraiejS FRENCH LINE TO HAVRE. SOMPANY'B PIER (NSW) NO. 42 I JTSJtL North River, foot of Morton street SUsB avelers by this line avoid both transit by English railway and the discomfort of orosslag the Channel In a small boat LA CHAMPAGNE, Saturday, Oot 12.7:00 a.m. LA BOURGOGNE, Saturday, Oct. 19, noon. LA GASCOGNB. Saturday, Oot. 26, 6:00 a. aa. LA BRETAGNE, Saturday, Nov. 2, noon. LA CHAMPAGNE, Saturday, Nov. 9,6 KM a. m. For freight or passage apply to „„ A. FORGET, Agent _ . Ne. 3 BowUng Green, New York. Tickets lor sale by all railroad and steamship offices in Los Angeiss. CO.. |* c "^ 6 _^j^£'to rT BAKER IRON WORKS. 542-564 Buena Vista St. Lob Ajngeles. Adjoining Southern Pacific Qntarir's. i Telephone 124. sS2 GEO. W. COOKE k CO., -WHOLESALE- Paper Bete > **■ AMUOJbV OAK.«