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EIGHTEEN INDICTMENTS.
That Is the Count Made by
the Grand Jury.
ONE AGAINST GEN. fl. H. BOYCE.
Another Strikes Burdett Chandler
Between the Eyes—The Others
are Montano Chestnuts.
The Grand Jury was before Judge
Cheney yesterday, being subpirnaed
there to answer interrogatories of M On
tario's counsel. That being done, the
foreman informed the Court that he had
a matter of his own to occupy certain
moments of the Court's time, fie was
ready to make a partial report. It was
decidedly a report of progress. Captain
Knox unlocked his little box and pro
duced a pile of documents, making a
bundle of papers about the size of the
daily issue of some of the Herald's
esteemed contemporaries. It was ap
palling in its magnificent p-oportions. It
looked as if the entire community, male
and female, minors and adults, were to
be included in the range of this
legal artillery. When they came to be
numbered in order there were found to
be just eighteen indictments. Expecta
tion was awake, was abroad already, for
developments were looked for. But this
roll, like that which the wicked King of
Israel burned, in the proportions of
this new Jeremiad, caused expectation
to arise to the foil height and to Btand
on tip-toe. Who were they all for? And
had tbe whole decalogue and the statnte
law, too, been all broken to smash ? After
the numbering had been done; after the
bench warrants had been all ordered to
issue, and there was silence in the air
for a few moments significant whispers
began to circulate, which made it possi
ble to arrive at some conclusion as to
thia long and exciting report.
SIXTEEN INDICTMENTS ARE CHESTNUTS.
In the first place it transpired that six
teen of the eighteen indictments were the
old Montaflo-Edelman matters. The
Grand Jury have framed new indict
ments to cover up the defects in the old
ones. In Montafio's caee the charge is
changed from forging fraudulent war
rants on the county treasury, to issuing
fraudulent demands, or warrants on the
Treasury. It is the same old offense
in a new guise. There have been
four or five indictments drawn against
lionta no for the same offense. When
thia action was taken yesterday
and the bail bond fixed in the sum of
$3,000, which puts the defendant to the
necessity of furnishing bends four or five
times over for the same offense, bis
eonnsel came before the Court and de
manded that the District Attorney
specify nnder which one cf all the indict
ments he would elect to try their client.
The Court gave the District Attorney
twenty-four hours' time in which to
wrestle with this knotty point of law,
and decide under which of all the indict
ments the cujprit was to plead. The
other fifteen legal chestnuts cover the
aises pending against the two Edelmane
for this same matter of raiding the county
treasury and despoiling the taxpayers by
means of fraudulent warrants. That
ended all quest on the part of the news
papers so far as the sixteen out of the
eighteen indictments went.
TUB BLACKMAILERS.
The next thing whispered on the
streets was that the other indictments,
two in number, were for blackmail. Two
tor blackmail! It had been an open
aecret for two months that there was to
be one indictment against a very
prominent man for blackmail, and this
waa the sensation for whose explosion
every ear has been bent for the past ten
days. But why two! Was it a double
crime, or were there two Dromios of thie
sort come to town ? The first case was
easily hunted down. Indeed it was
known before it took place, so to speak.
OBN. H. H. BOYCE.
The first story ia thus told: It dates
back to the dog days, when me weather
waa inltry ia this city and all who could
had hied themselves to the seaside to
plunge in the briny and 101 l on the sands
to the music of the cad sea waves.
Among the favored ones whose purse
conld afford this delightful indulgnnce
were Justice of the Peace Theodore Sav
age ana his family.
It was the 15th of August, and the
witching hour bad long time passed.
The sleep of the just was enwrapping in
its peaceful embrace the severe man of
law and his charming spouse. Of a sud
den came a tapping as of some one
sharply rapping, rapping at his chamber
door. It might have been a raven, but
it was only Constable Harry Johnston,
of Savage's court, with the sunny light
of his blonde locks, that greeted the
judge's vision as he answered this mid
night summons. A hasty consultation
made his honor aware of the fact that
the city editor of tbe Tribune, as the
story is told, 0. A. Stevens, bad visited
the Constable and told him that the
Tribune in the morning would run a
story not at all to his advantage unless
means were taken to hnsh it np. It was
like John Gilpin's ride, or like that
mounting in hot haste upon the fateful
night of Waterloo. Away went the
horse that bore Johnston and the Judge
back to Los Angeles. The Tribune office
was reached after a hard ride in the dark,
and General Boyce waa found. He soon
laid bare his little scheme. As he told
the story, some enemies of Savage bad
come to him with a story that, if told,
would imperil the family peace of the
Judge. It would wreck him financially
and socially, if not politically and totally.
The allegations were that the Judge
a short time before, forgetful
of hia marital vowa, of his
standing aa a gentleman, and
of the dignity of the judicial ermine, had
become very hilarious, and that while in
a joyous state of miad, and a state of
exhilaration of spirits, had visited one of
the noted maitom de joie in this city, and
had there epent a night of wild carousal.
It was further alleged that as the result
of such visit tbe Justice had suffered from
severe illness. Thna reaching the main
point, the proposition was broached that
the enemies of Savage, who had reported
this matter, were willing to pay $260 in
coin of the realm to secure the publica
tion of the story. That, of course, was a
queer development for a paper to make.
Public journals are usually only too glad
to get news which they consider of inter
est to their readers,and which ia thought to
be proper matter for publication. They are
not in the habit of demanding subsidies
as well as the news from friends who
take the trouble to carry snch news to
the office. Nor do reputable newspapers
take subsidies to publish objectionable
matter, not of interest to the people. It
is well known that General Boyce is
somewhat of a novice in the newspaper
bordnass, ana his amateur ways are thus
easily accounted for. It was suggested
THE LQ3 ANGELES DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY MORNING, NOTEMBER 21. 1869.
to Judge Savage that the American eagle
on the $20-pieops moulted no feather
by being encaged in his .pockets. His
$250 had as much intrinsic value as his
enemies', and that if he would come up
with the amount the article should be
suppressed. There was no time to con
sult, or think. Hero was a case of now
or never. Savage handed General
Boyce $50 and gave a promise to pay
the balance. The article did not appear.
Later Boyce cent for more funds, and a
check for $25 was sent. This has never
been cashed. Then came a demand for
the balance due on the contract, and a
note was obtained in General Boyce's
handwriting making the demand. A
check was tendered but refused. Then
Savage went before tbe Grand Jury and
told his tale of woe In the meantime
nearly all the staff of the Tribune had gone
away to San Diego to serve another
master there, and they were summoned
back to tell all they knew of these al
leged devious business methods of tbeir
former master. General Boyce was be
fore the Grand Jury, and interesting
scenes were enacted in the secret re
cesses where that body has its being and
moves. For two weeks General Boyce
has scarcely been in the city. At the
end of the week before last he returned,
after an absence of many days, and left
the city the next day. The very day be
fore be paid this hurried visit to his
home and business the Grand Jury had
taken a vote on his case, which was a
unanimous one to indict him. It
was only yesterday that the indictment
was laid before tbe court. It is said that
Boyce is in San Francisco. It is also
rumored that the Sheriff's office know
exactly where to find their man, and tbe
expectation last night was that he would
be arrested in the Bay City before he
went to bed.
BUBDETT CHAJIDLKR TIIK OTHER.
Later in tbe afternoon street gossip be
gan to be busy with the name of Burdett
Chandler as the other person indicted
for blackmail. Gossip bits near the
mark in such cases. Here is his story:
Some t a o yeara ago Mr. Chandler was a
member of the City Council. It was
when Mr. Workman wae Mayor, and
John F. Hnmpbiey President of the
Conncil. There was at tbe time
a rendezvous for «ports at the cor
ner of Main and Requena streets.
It was tbe Turf and Gun Exchange.
Henry Schwartz, of San Francisco, wae
the principal owner of the place. All
the horsemen of the place congregated
there, and all tbe races in the world
were reported there. An adjunct of the
place was a certain clock, against which
those who worship the fickle goddess of
fortune bet. Mr. Chandler went there
and bet. But, as the story goes, Mr.
Chandler only bet to win. When he
loet he made a scene, and demanded
back his money. When this was re
fused he threatened to have tbe Council
sit down bard on tbe clock. In this way
he got back at one time $209, with
an intimation that it wonld be better if
he bet no more. Mr. Chandler, however,
did bet again, and loet again. Then
he appeared with the same programme of
disgorgement on the part tf the clock,
or suppression on the part of tbe Council.
He wanted $GOO this time. Those inter
ested in the matter claim that Chandler
got a lot of contracts issued to other
parlies, and claimed all these losses too.
The matter was referred to Henry
Schwartz by his agent here, and a mes
sage came back from San Francisco to
compromise for $300, and to let Mr
Chandler try to beat the clock no more.
Later inertia weighed on the mind of the
Councilman for Boyle Heights, and ho
requested to be allowed to play against
the clock again. A truce wbb patched np,
and Mr. Chandler again bucked the tiger
in his rage, and knew by the lashing of
the beast's tail that fate was still on tbe
side of the bank. This time Chandler
demanded a cool $1,000, or he would use
his influence with the Mayor and Coun
cil to stop the clock. He is Raid to have
offered Schwartz's agent $100 if he got
him tbe $1,000. This was refused, and
the affair being referred to Schwartz, be
gave orders "to let the game be bled no
more by beefers," bnt to tell Mr. Chand
ler to do his best. In due time Matt.
Teed, a Councilman, introduced a reso
lution and the clock was Etopped.
Time has rolled by, and some
enemy cf Mr. Chandler has got
wind of this matter. It has been
laid before the Grand Jury. Mr. Rod
man, who manages Schwartz's affairs,
has been before the Grand Jury. Henry
Schwartz was brought here from San
Diego in the matter. It lias been duly
discussed. An indictment has been
found and a warrant is out. Mr.
Chandler has been ont of tbe city for a
day or two, but it is perfectly safe to say
be has not fled. He will return in dne
time, put himself in the bands of the
officers, give bail and stand trial.
Sucrt are the stories the streets re-echo
as to the eighteen indictments found by
the Grand Jury. While reporters are
dependent on Btreet talk for such news as
thip, it will probably be found to be ma
terially correct. Whether all the charges
brought by the Grand Jury are well
founded or not, or whether they can be
made to "hHcV" is not the province of
the reporter to judge.
Justice Savage's physician is ready to
make affidavit that the allegation
about his being ill, bb alleged, is untrue.
Death of Narciao Uotello.
Karciso Botello, ono- oi the ancient
citizens of Los Angeles, died at his home
in East Los Angeles on Tuesday night, at
the advanced age of 76. Mr. Botello
was born in the Real de los Alamos,
Mexico, and came to Los Angeles in
1832. He has lived here and in Lower
California ever since. In the ante-
American days he filled many local
offices of responsibility and honor with
entire satisfaction to the people. Shortly
after his arrival here he married a
daughter of General Ramirez, the mili
tary commandant of this department,
and from this union has Bprung a number
of descendants who are well known
and respected citizens. He was for eight
years Jefo los Archivos of Los An
geles, and served a term as Prefecto. He
was elected to the first Legislature of
California in ISSO, and served several
terms in the same body subsequently.
He was a man greatly respected for his
private and public virtues, and his death
will be sincerely regretted by a large
circle of friends. His funeral will take
place today from the residence of his
family, on Hawkins street, East Los An
geles, and Mass will be celebrated there
this forenoon for the repose of his soul.
Opening- May, November 2d.
Mr. Ed. Wenger, formerly of Bißbee &
Wenger, proprietors of tbe Opera Parlors, will
open a first-class stock of wines and liquors at
No. 6 Court street, about November 2d.
Unequalled—Elgin brand condensed milk.
Our Home Brew.
Philadelphia Lager, freah from the brewery,
In draught In all tbe principal saloons, de
olvcred promptly in bottlta or kegs. Office and
Brewery. 338 Aliso street. Telephone 91.
Dr. Hollingsworth
Baa removed office to 128% Weat Fir at street
between Spring and Fort.
Corfu Dining Parlors, 38 8. Spring.
The Latest Out.
A dally tbron,;h car service has been estab
lished by tne Chicago,Union Pacific- and North
western line between San Francisco, Portland
and Chicago via Council Blaffs, thai offering
to thepabl-u Ciuitiucts out kiicu hi aiiv oihel
line. ''The Limited Fast Mali" which runs
daily between t*e above points, carries the
Overland Fast Mail, a lluiiuid Dnmbei of first
class passengera without ertra charge, and is
composed of Pullman vestit.tiled sleepers San
Francisco to Chicago via Council Buffi, Pull
man veatibuled Meepers and Pullman dinintr
cars, Portland to Chicago via Council Bluffs.
This is another indication that th» Union Pa
cific Is desirous of meeting the reiiniremeuts of
the peop'e. For informntiou in regard to this
and other trains on this line, apply to J. B.
Kirklaud, General Agent, No. 1 Montgomery
street, San Francisco; K. L. Lomax, General
Passenger Agent, Omaha. Neb.; B.P.Wilson,
General Passenger Agent Chicago and North
western, or John Clark, 51 North Spring street,
Los Angeles.
Flrat'Clnan JWercantllc Lunch at
John Kmbry's, 41 South Fort street.
Corfu Dining Parlors. 38 S. Spring.
■IMO at 1,1. ANtu v a.
Pour Years on Crutches.
For fifteen years I was afflicted With rheu
matism. i»iu rears 01 which I waa compelled
to go on crutches. Words are Inadequate to
express the sufleriiifr I endured during tii;«t
time. During these fifteen yeara of cxls
tenee fit was qol living), I tried every known
remedy without receiving any benefit, i
finally began on Bwrffs Specifle is. s. 9. .
which from the first f.;ave me relief, and h>
(lay I iimcnjmiiig the best et health, an 1 lira
« well nmn. 1 cundidh helieve thill s. S. s.
Is the best blood purifier on iho market to
day, .T. D. TAYLOR, Cuba, Jio.
Treatiscc.ii lilooii and Hkin Diseases mail
ed free. SWIFT SPKCIFIC CO., Atlanta Ga.
tcim:i-.i.i,.\>i-:«»i s..
Hunter & Meadows,
1 08
WEST FIRST STREET
AOvIOA L O 3 A*GELEB ST., NEAR
OZ-aIZU. Third. Hake an oiler.
JOKA 50x135 - FREEMAN ST., ONE
VOoU, block irom car.
<illlifl 45x100, JENKINS AYE , NEAR
vIIUU. Grand aye.
OKA CASH—HOUSE 6 ROOMS, BARN,
WIOOU cement walks, bath; oue block
from Ninth st., west oi Pearl.
41 KAfi WILL B CY 30-EOOM LODGING
ClOUv HMise ou S. Springs:., near Third
street; rent, $90.00.
<£7HA 230x155—HOUSE FOHR ROOMS,
W I vU. Chestnut St., Esst Los Angeles.
Call and list your property with
OC2O 3m HUNTER & MEADOWS.
" Itustadt & Pirtle,
BROKERS,
Real Estate and Insurance Agts
Buy and sell bonds, stocks, mortgages and
other securities.
Ample capital for any reasonable demand.
Loans negotiated on real estate and collat
erals from $200 to $100,000—any time-cur
rent rates.
REAL ESTATE.
We would like the list of all parties having
property for sale in or near the city. Buyers
call for our list, you will find something to
suit you.
Business, resident, suburban, acreage, Im
proved and unimproved.
Special attention glren to the collection of
rents and the care of property.
Refer, by permission, to First National Bank,
and National Bank of California.
M ISTUM ,v FIRTLE,
27 W. Second St. Burdiek Block.
nl9 Sm
BAMONA I
The Gem of the Ban Gabriel Valley.
Only Three Miles from City Limits ot Lot
Angeles.
Property of San Gabriel Wine Co.
Original Owner*.
LOCATED AT SHORB'B STATION
On line oi B. P. R. E. and Ban Gabriel
Valley Rapid Transit Ji. R.,
From 10 to 16 minutes to the Phua, Los Aa
geles Oity.
CHEAPEST SUN URBAN TOWH LOTS.
VTLLa. SITES, OB
acreage PROPER I
rOTOLAB TURKS.
PUREST SPRING WATDB
Inexhaustible quantities guaranteed.
Apply at Offloe of 0
BAH GABRIEL WINK 00.,
Ramona, Los Angelea county, Oal.
n7l Or to J. M.TIKKNAN. Ramona.
31 North Main Street,
LOS ANOELKB,
DR., "W HIT X,
Tbe celebrated PRIVATE and n Kit vol N
diheim; VOtiTOaa continues to privately
and snccessfully treat Gokobrhka, Glebt,
STRICTURE. VARICOCELE, > PEEMATOBBHEA, I OSS
or Sexual Powks, Wkakness and Catarrh at
Neck ok Bladdir, Kidney Libiasks a»d
Nervous Debility.
Ms"* 1 UNNATURAL DISCHARGES
promptly checked without hindrance to busi
ness. BLOOD and SKIN DIBEAf-ES yield to
■r White's treatment after Ihe failure of other
dootora and patent medicines.
BOTH BRXRB consult in STRICT CON
FIDENCE. Don't waste money in Patent Mcd
lei ties, catch penny "Free Prescriptions," Elec
trie Belts snd other worthless trash.
If economy and an earnest desire to regain
health is the object,
Consult Dr. White,
The old reliable Specialist. All medicines pre
liared In private laboratory. OFFICH3 centrally
oca ted and private. Those at a distance may
IbeOu 810 AT HOHB.
DR. WHITE is a regular graduate and
the OLDEST PRIVATE DISK ABE specialist
In the oity. Diplomas and Licenses hang la
offloe, 81 N. Main street. Private parlors.
n2O-lm
Jacoby ■:- Bros.
ff CLOSING OUT SALE
WE desire to apologize to the many lady patrons, who called
on us last Saturday, and who could not be waited upon;
we were so heavily rushed with bargain seekers that we could
not properly attend to our trade, but since then we have
added five new salesmen, and can now attend to all demands.
We would advise our lady friends, however, to always call
during the week, as they will receive prompter attention, and
avoid the Saturday crowds.
50 0 PAIRS 250
° f \ B °y s ' Ali wool
BO • s ' pi Jersey - Suits
Knee Pants 1/1
Sizae 4 to JO years,
At $2.50: former price
At 25c. jn $5.00.
200 Boys' Serviceable Suits at $1,75,
200 Boys' Serviceable Suits at $2.50
-200 Boys' All Wool Suits at $3,00.
1000 fairs of Men's Cassimere Pants at $2,50 a pair.
We are closing out 3-0 Men's Suits, manufactured out of
Woods'jjCas imeres in 6 different styles, at $6.00 a 8Ult ; other
stores are putting them in their windows as bargains at $9.90.
We are closing out 500 Young Men's Suits in 10 differ
ent patterns, at $10.00 v.suit; the same as others display and
advertise as leaders at $15 00 a suit.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
81 > BIT DEPARTMENT
WILL CLOSE OUT.
300 Men's 500 Men's
DERBY HATS tfHft SILK HATS
In the Latest Shapes f x^ Made after Knox, Dnn-
Former price $2.00. Former price $7.00.
OUR PHILADELPHIA SHOE
HOUSE ARE CLOSING OUT /f 'f'f
Rockland Co.'s, N. Y. Celebrated // / \
Men's Gossamer Calf Shoes, in the latest / \ 1
styles, at $3.00 a pair; former price $5.00.
Garside&Sonc, Jf. V., Finest c
French Kid Button Ladies' Shoes imL\w9
at $3.50; former price $7.00; the very finest shoes made.
5000 Pairs-of Ladies' Curtis & Wheeler's French Kid
Button Shoes closing out a $3.00 a pair.
We are also closing out a line of Ladies' Rochester, N.
V., Paris Kid Button Shoes at $2,00 a pair.
School Shoes!
Ch ldren's Grain Tip Button Shoes 65c; Misses and
Youths' Grain Tip Button Shoes $1,00.
JACOBY BROS.' Retail Clothing House7~7
121 to 127 N. Main Street, Temple Block.
JACOBY BROS.' Philadelphia Shoe House,
103 N. Main Street, Temple Block.
. . =I^7
/ J.EAND OPERA HOUSE.
1 ■P„ C v Wyatt - Lessee snd Manager.
K. 8. Douglas, Associate Manager.
THE CHARMING COMBl>lKr«,t<B,
Jl M
: RO S I N A VOKESI :
,f It
Supported by Felix Morris and her
LONDON COMEDT COMPANY.
Tonight and ! Crocodile Tears!
Friday Nlghtl , The Circus Rider!
| A Pantomime Rehearsal!
In Honor Bound!
Saturday (By special request. I
Ma'iueo, The Circus Rider!
■ I A Pantomime ReheafßSl!
„ . . I A name of Cards!
Bat Might, My Milliner's Bill!
Last lime. (His' Art was True to Poll.)
I The Rough Diamond!
Seats now ou sale at Grand Opera House at
tho Box Office First four rows Dress Circle
Sil.ftO; Parquet aod balance of Dress Circle'
#1 00; Balcony, reserved, 7Se: admission, 50c'
Gallery, 25c. Seats c»u be secured by tele
graph, telephone or letter, on application at
Box Office n i3
/IRAKI) OPERA HOUSE."
" 5- £• Wy *tt, Lessee and Manager.
R. 8. Douglas, Associate Manager.
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY
NOVEMBER 25th.
Thanksgiving—MATlNEE— Saturday.
:J. C. UClfiS J. C. DUFF'S j
FAMOUS ENGLISH COMIC OPERA OO
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thanksgiv
ing Hay Matinee,
P A OLA I
(By author r.f Krmlnle) fresh from a run of
107 nights in New York.
Thursday. Friday, Saturday and Saturday
Matinee. Yon Ssppc's
A TRIP TO AFRICA I
Prices—2sc, 600, 75c. 61.00,181.50.
LOB ANGELES THEATER.
McLaim <& Lehman, Managers
ONE | Oommmenciusr
WEKIC I MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18th,
The Great Drama,
(Direct from tho Broadway Theater, Niw York)
ti tt
MR. IStli '. E S .
OF NEW IOHKI
n »i
By Archibald Otaverlng Gnnter, Esq.. under
the managements Mr. Frank W. San-cab,
(Manager the Broadway Theater, New York.)
Presented with the same great cast and srenie
environment that characcrlzed the New Call,
fornial heater, Ban Francisco, production.
POPULAR PIUCEB-25C, 50c, 75c. $1.00.
Beats now ou sale. nl3
JOB ANGELES THEATER.
J McLain <fc Lehman, Lessees and Managers.
FIVE NIGHTS I
Commencing Wednesday. November 27th.
Matinees Thanksgiving Day and Saturday.
The original and only Davy Crockett,
It M
MR. FRANK If I A"V O !
« N
America's representative romantic actor.
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, and
Thank'giving Day Matinee,
In his beautiful "Idyl of the Backwoods,"
DAVY CROCKETT!
Friday, Saturday and Saturday Matinee,
NORD E C X 1
A Love Story of Poiand.
Prices as usual. 8-jats now on sale at the
Box Office. n2l
JOURNEY AROUND THE WORLD.
EASTWARD FROM NEW YORK.
REV. Si:I.AII W. KHOYI \, D. Da,
Will deliver his Celebrstcd Lecture ou the
above subject, in
FORT STREET M. K. CHURCH,
Between Third and Fornth streets,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOYEMEBR 2Cth.
Admission, 10 cents. Children, 25 cents.
nls Gt
CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM AND FAMILY
THEATER.
Sol Isaac, 8010 Proprietor.
Frkd Hewitt, Business Manager.
Commencing November lti 1889.
This week a Monster Programme. First ap
pearance of
KIN «» lIOUOIDSI
The Aerial Wonder.
New Wonders in Curio Hall. Refined Vaude
ville Entertainment in Theater.
10 cents Admits to all. 10 cents,
_ Open from 10 ». m. to 10 p. m.
pHRYBANTHEMCM CLUB—THE DICEM
\j ber Classes will meet from 7:30 Io 9 30
p. m. in Mrs. Jeaule Peet's studio parlors, 524
8. Fort street, second door from Postofflce.
Literature—Shakespeare iHowe'B Expurgated
edition).
Art—Decoration in relief, Incised—work and
color.
Languages—l. For beginners: French con
versation lessons.by the new context method,
agreeably illustrated. 2. For advanced scholars,
word games for practice and reading.
Mrs. Jeanie Ptet's Studio will be open for
pupils Nov. ] Bth. Class In clay modelling now
forming; 20 lessons forsl2. Orders taken for
all high class work. nlO 3m
RAND CONCERT AND PICNIC
\X or the
Genuine Bavarian mountain
Warblers!
ALSO PRIZE ROLLING
At Main-street Garden, Sunday, Nov. 17tb,
And Sunday, Nov. 24th. nls 9*
JJANOING AND DEPORTMENT.
THE MISSES BRYDGEB'
89G1IT1 DANCES!
Classes at Caledonia Hall, 23 South Spring
street, SATURDAYS, 2t04 p m Assisted in
Fancy and Scotch Dances by Master Robbie
burns. Private lessons.
For terms, apply at Burns' Musio Store. 162
8. Main st. n2 sadtsulm
jgUTZGERALD <* CO.
FURF HEADQUARTERS.
BOOK MAKING AND POOL BELLING ON
ALL SPORTING EVENTS.
13 WEST FIRST STREET. s2tf
«a {If YOU ARE SICK and
(ft El &i lJ - raise your head,
TO ¥ W IDEAL FELT
\ 8 / Tootli Polisher.
t\ 11 iff K roß *' r t° your
fBjUy& If you are WELL anp
l|\ \F/J/ would enjoy Ufe'sfullestblcss
li lugs, uso It to increase yon:
*k I Iff //<-»» health and happiness. II yon
A% Jale«L3g live In Society use it to
improve your appearance. If
«lM|LC£ic£2p you live l« wolltutlc ur«
it to preserve yonr teeth. If
you arc Rich it will make your richer. If
you are foar it will save your money.
Whatever your age or condition, you cannot
afford to bo without it
AT ALL PRUfimSTB.
GAS STOVES
ELEGANT AS3ORTMENT,
FOE BALE AT LOWEST RATES.
G-A.S STOVES
Sold on mott easy Installments to consumers
ot our Gas.
COAL. COKE and TAR
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Los Angeles Gas Co.,
CORNER SECOND AND SPRING B 1 *BEETS,
Bryson-Bonebrake Block. 024 Ira

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