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A NEW DEPARTURE.
A musical Divtklon Added to tne
Library-
About two months ago tbe directors of
the Los Angeleß Public Library deter
mined to extend the usefulnese of the
institution under their care and decided
to place in circulation a large list of the
best music. Two orders throu h Bartlett
Bros, and J. W. Gardner's music stores
were immediately forwarded East and a
few weeks ago the music arrived. It waß
then cent to the bindery and was neatly
bound in limp leather, and within tho
past few days the majority of it has been
placed on the shelves and is now ready
for circulation. It was the opinion of the
directors and of Miss Kelso, the librarian,
that in a city situated as far from large
music establishments as Los Angeles
it would be of great advantage
to music teachers and to students to have
within reach all the works of the mas
ters, and all the music which is recom
mended by the best authorities of today.
It sometimes happens that teachers of
music desire pieces of a particular nature
for their pupils, but they cannot ascer
tain exactly what they want by cata
logues alone. The library will now as
sist them in their labors. It will also
be of benefit to those who use the piano
for pastime, for it will furnish them with
an endless variety of good music. The
vocal and instrumental scores of all the
operas of any notoriety were also placed
on tbe list, and these will also be of con
siderable advantage. There choral soci
eties will find cantatas, choruseß, ora
torios, and everything they need at hand,
and there need b9 no long delays here
after in tbe selection of good programmes
for the amusement of tbe public at large.
Among the music already on the shelves
will be found tha following:
PIANO SOLO 3.
Bach.—Well-tempered Clavichord. 48
Preludes & Fugues (Czerny): 21 Short
Preludes & 6 Fugues; 2- and 3 Part In
ventions, Complete; 6 French Suites; 6
English Suites; 6 Partitas; Italian Con
cert, Chromat. Fatasia; French Overture,
Fant. Am.; 30 Variations; 4 Toccatas;
Toccata, Prelude, Fant. <k Fugues; 3
Fantasias. 9 Fugues; 3 Sonatas; 4 Pre
ludes, 3 Suites and 4 Fugues; 2 Fantasias,
Overture, Aria, Tocc. Capricco, 3 Men
nets, 2 Fugues; 16 Concerts d'apies Viv
aldi ; The Art of Fugue; Musical Sacri
fice; Supplement. 55 Pieces (Roitzscb);
9 Favorite Prciudeß (Roitzscb); 14 Fav
orite Pieces; Concert Dm. (R. Schmidt);
Comp. for Organ arr. by Liezt; Album,
21 Pieces (Sara HoiL-ze).
Bach, Ph. E—6 Sonatas (Bulow).
Bach, W. F. —Fugues et Polonaises.
Beethoven — Sonatas; 6 Sonatina*
(Kohler); 34 Pieces (Kohler and
Schmidt); Variations (do. do.); Con
certs (R. Schmidt); Easy Compositions
(Kohler); 9 Symphonies (Horn); 2 Sep
tet Op. 20 (Rosier); 6 Quartets Op. 18
(Rosier); Serenade Op. 8 (Horn); Ro
mances et Polonaise; Favorite Songs
(Kirchner); Album. 28 Movements from
Symphonies, Quartets, Trios &c.
Bendel—Op. 139, Am Genfer See.
Com pi. The 6ame singly, Nos. 1 to 6,
each ; Spinnradcben, Dornroschen, each.
Brahms —21 Hungar. Dances. 2 V., j
each.
Chopin—l4Waltzes; 51 Mazurkas; 10
Polonaises; 19 Nocturnes; 4 Ballades and
4 Impromptus, 4 Scherzos and Fantasia
Op. 49; 27 Etudes; 25 Preludes and 3 Ron
dos ; 3 Sonatas; 11 Miscellaneous Com
positions (Berceuse, Barcarolle, Bolero
&:■.); 2 Concerts; 4 Concert-Pieces.
2,13,14, 22); 34 Select Works; Album.
32 Select Works; 10 Songs (Kirchner).
Clementi—l2 Sonatinas (Kohler); 24
Sonatas (Kohler).
Diabelli—ll Sonatinas Op. 161, 168.
Dohler—Album 5 Select Pieces.
Daseek—6 Sonatinas Or>. 20 (Roitzsch);
3 Sonatas Op. 10, 70, 77 (Roitzsch); 8
Pieces (Chaese, Consolation, dec.)
Field—l 7 Nocturnes (Kohler); Con
cert, A (Roitz-ich).
Flotow—Martha, Fant. (Felix).
Gade —30 Scamiinavian Songs.
Gluck—Album 20 Airs, Ballets, Ac.
Grien—Op. 1, 4 Pieces; Op. 3, 6 Poet
ische Tonbildor; Op. 6. 4 Humoresken ;
Op. 7, Sonata Em.; Op. 12, 8 Lyric
Pieces; Op. 16. Concert, Am.; Op. 17, 25
Scandinavian Dances and Songs; Op. 19,
Ausd. Volksleben (3 Pieces); Op. 19 No.
2, Bridal Procession; Op. 24, Ballade)
Gm.: Op. 28, Albumblatter (4 Pieces);
Op. 29, Improvieata (2 Pieces); Op. 34,
2 Melodieß; Op. 35, Norwegian Dances;
Op. 37, Wa'zer-Capncen ; Op. 38, 8 Lyric
Pieces; Op. 40, Holberg-Suite; Op. 41,
6 Songs transcr, by the Composer, 2
Bocka each ; Op. 43, 6 Lyric Pieces; Op
46, Peer Gynt-Suite; Op. 47, 7 Lyric
Pieces.
Hande!—l6 Suites, (Kohler); Lecons,
Pieces, Fugues, (Kohler); Fuguettes
(Kohler); Album ; 21 Select Pieces.
Haydn—34 Sonatas (Kohler); 8 Orig.
Compositions (Roitzsch); 12 Easy Pieces
(Rosier); 12 Symphouies (Horn); Quar
tets (29 Favorite Movements); Album;
15 Belect Pieces.
Heruielt—Op. 15, Spring Song.
Herz—Op. 85, 6 Bagatelles.
Hummel—4 Sonatas and 34 Pieces; 14
Easy Pieces (Roitzsch); 2 Concerts, Am.
Bm. (Roitzsch); Septet. Op. 74
(Roitzsch).
Jensen —Op. 17, Wanderbilder; Op. 17
No. 3, The Mill; Op. 32 No. 9, Serenade.
Kalkbrenner—6 Favorite Pieces.
Kirchner—Op. 21, Aqnarellen; Op. 23.
12 Waltzes.
Kohler—Op. 243, Kinderfreund. GO
Easy Pieces for Children; 60 Popular
Melodies; 47 Operatic Melodies; 34
March and Dance Melodies; Menuet-Al
bum (16 classic Menue's); Sonaten-Al
bum,2H Sonatas by Haydn, Mczart, Bee
thoven; Bonatinen-Album,ls Sonatinas
by Clementi, Knhlau, Haydn, Mozart.
Kahlau—l9 Sonatinas; 9 Rondos; Lan
ner-Album, 10 FrtVorite'Waltzes.
Leschetitzky—Op.2 4, 2 Mazurkas.
Liszt — Fruhlingsnact (Schumann];
Hungarian Fantasia (Bulow); Boirees de
Vienne; Schubert-Leider (12 Songa).
Loeschhorn — Classic Alb. for the
Young (Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beetho
ven).; Romantic Album for tbe Young,
(Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin).
Mendelssohn —48 Songs without Words
(Kullak); Caprioc. Op. 5; 7 Pieces Op.
7; Rondo caprioc. Op. 14; 3 Fantas. Op
16; 3 Caprices Op. 33; 6 Pieces Op. 72
Fantasia Op. 28; 6 Fugues 00. 35; Va
riations Op. 54, 82, 83; Scherzos; 2 Con
certs and 3 Concert-Pieces; Supplement,
3 Sonatas Op. 6, 105, 106; 3 Preludes
Op. 104; Op. 15, 117, 118, 119; Barcar
olle, 2 Sketches; Album, 11 Songs with
out Words, Rondo Op. 14, 3 Fantasias
Op. 16; Favorite Works; 48 Songs with
out Words, Rondo Op. 14, 3 Fantasias,
etc.; 2 Symphonies (Scotch and Italian);
45 Bongs (Horn); 13 Duets (Horn); 42
Choruses (Horn); 5 Marches.
Moezkowski—Op. 12, 5 Spanish
Dances; Op. 37. Caprice Espagnol; Op.
40, Scherzo-Valse, G; Op. 41, Gondole
ria Gm; Op. 42, 3 Morceaux poetiques;
Op. 45, No. 1, Polonaise, D; Op. 45, No.
2, Guitarre, G; Vake brillante, A.
Mozirt—lß SonataKKohler & Schmidt)
10 pieces (Kohler & Schmidt); Varia
tions; 7 Concerts (Dorffel); 6 Sympho
nies (Horn); Quartets (14Favorite Move
ments) ; Quintets (12 Favorite Move
ments) ; Album, 12 Select Pieces.)
Raff—Op. 79, Cachoacha-Caprice; Op.
91, Suite, Dm. Complete; Op. 94, Im
TEK LOS ASGEJ.ES DAILY HEKALD: THURSDAY MORNING TATVTJARY 30 18fc0.
promptu-Valse; Op. 95, Polka de la
Ksine.
Reinecke— Op. 183, 5 Serenades, 2 B
each.
Ries—Concert Op. 55. C m. (Roilzjch.)
Rubinstein—Op. 12, Sonata, X; Op.
25, Concert, Em.; Polonaise, Craco
vienne, Mazurkas; Album, Melodies,
Tarantelle, etc.
Scarlatti—lß Pieces (Bulow.)
Scharwenki, X.—Op. 40, 2 Polish
Daruws; Op. 43, Album; Op. 47, 4 Pol
ish Dances; Op. 49, 2 Menuets.
Schmidt, J—Op. 248, 249, 8 Sona
tinas.
iSchubert—lo Sonatas, (Kohler &
Schmidt); Fantasias, Impromptus and
Momens musicals, (Kohler St Schmidt);
Supplement, (Posthumous Works);
Dances, complete; 80 Songs, arr.
(Horn); 2 Quartets, Am. and Dm. (Ja
dassohn) ; Octet and Quintetß, comolete,
(Stark); Rosamunde. Entr'acts and Bal
' lets; Symphony, C (Ulrica); Symphony,
1 Bm. (Jadassohn); (Jadas
sohn); 10 Polonaises, (Jadassohn); Al
bum. 22 Select Pieces.
Schuman—Album for the Young, Op.
68; Scenes of Childhood, Op. 15; Album
1 Leaves, Op. 124; Brunte Blatter, Op. 99;
Arabesque, Op. 18; Blumenßtuck, Op.
19; Forest Scenes, Op. 82; Romances,.
Op. 28; Davi'lsbnndler, Op. 6; Carna
' val, Op. 9; Novelletten, Op. 21; Fanta
' eiestucke, Op. 12; Kreisleriana, Op. 16;
Humoreeke Op. 20; FaccbingFschwank
Op. 26; Etudes pymnhnn. Op. 13 and
' posth.; Fantasia Op. 17; Variations Op.
1; Papillons Op. 2; Toccata Op. 7; Alle
gro Op. 8; Intermezzi Op. 4; Impromptus
Op. 5; 4 Pieces Op. 32; 4 Fugues Op.
72; Nocturnes Op. 23; Fantas. Op. Ill;
Marches Op. 76; Fughettas Op. 126;
Morning Songs; Studies from Paginioi
1 Op 3, 10; Sonatas for the Young, Op.
118; Sonatas Op. 11 and 22; Sonata in
1 Fm. Op. 14; Concert Op. 54; Concert
Pieces Op. 92 and 134; S::hetzo, Presto,
Canon (Op. posth.); Album for the
Young Op. 68. Super. Ed.; Album.
Select Works (R. Schmidt); 4 Symphon
ies (Horn and Kirchner); Overture,
Scherzo and Finale Op. 52 ; Quintet Op.
44 (Kirchuer); Andante and Variations
Op. 46; Oriental Pictures Op. 66
(Kirchner); Bouquet cf Songs Op. 39
(Kirchner); Woman's Love Op. 42
(Kirchner); Poet's Love Op. 48 (Kirch
ner) ; Select Songs (Horn).
Spindior—Op. 5, FriechesGrun ; Op. 6,
Wellenepiel; Op. 254, Silberbachlein;
Opern-Album. 20 Fantasias (Don Juan,
Figaro, etc.); Transcrintionen-Album.
(12 Songs aud Marched by Mozart,
Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn,
Schumann).
Suppe—6 Marches (Boccacio, etc).
Verdi—Trovatore, Fant. (Felix).
Voss—Op- 95, Pluie de Porles; Op. 161,
Ecume de Champagne.
Wagner—Kaisermarsch (Ulrich); Ri
enzi, Fantasia; Flying Dutchman ; Tann
haueer; Lohengrin; Meistersiueer; Tris
tan, Fantasia; Rheingold; Walkyre,
Siegfried; each.
Weber—4 Sonatas. Complete; 7 Pieces
and Concerlstuck; Variations and Con
certs; Album 5 Original Compositions.
OVERTI'RBS FOR TWO HANDS.
Beethoven—ll Overtures; Cherubini—
8 Overtures; Flotow—s Overtures; Men
delssohn—lo Overtures; Mozart—lo
Overtures; Schumann—7 Overtures
(Horn); Sippe—l2 Overtures; Dichter
v. Bauer—Galatbe &c, Pique Dame, Ban
ditenstreiche &c; Weber—lo Overtures;
8 Overtures (Bellini: Romeo, Norma;
Rossini—Gazza ladra, Otello &c; 8 Over
tures, Boieldiau, Herold; Zampa;Bpon
tini, Auber; Macon;B Overtures, Gluck,
Hayden, Mehul, Paer, Cimarosa; 8 Over
tures, Schubert, Spohr, Lindpainter; 3
Overtures, Nicolai, Kreutzer, Donizetti;
12 Overtures Dame blanche, Calif,
Campa. Masaniello, Norma, &c; 10
Overtures, Alceste, Fidelio, <fee; 12 Over
tures (Mozart, Weber.)
SCORES FOR TWO HANDS.
Adam—Postilion.
Auber—Masaniello (Muette); Mason
& Locksmith (Macon).
Bach—St. Mitthew-Paaaion.
Beethoven—Fidelio; Esmont; Ruins
cf Athens; Prometheus.
Bellini—Norma, Sonnambula, each ;
Puritani, Romeo, each.
Boieldieu—Dame blanche; Jean de
Paris.
Cherubini—Water Carrier (2 Jour
neeß).
Cimarosa—Matrimonio segreto.
Donizetti—Lucia; L'Elisir d'Amore;
Lucrtzia Borgia; La Fille dv Regiment;
La Favorite.
Flotow—Martha; Stradella.
Gluck—Armide; Orpheus; Alceste,
Iphigenia iv Aulis, each; Ipnigenia in
Tauris.
Handel—Messiah.
Haydn—Creation, Seasons, each.
Herold—
Kreutzer—Night in Granada.
Lortzing—Zar, Waffenschmied, each;
Undine, Wildshutz, each.
M6hul—Joseph.
Meudelssohn—St. Paul, Elijah, each;
Midsummer Night's Dream; Walpurgis
Night; Hymn of Praise
Antigone, Athalia, each ; Oedipus.
Mozart—Don Juan, Figaro, each;
i Magic Flute (Zauberfiote); Seraglio,
Titus, each; Cosi fan tutte; Requeim;
1 Nicolai—Merry Wives.
Roßeini—Barber of Seville; Othello.
Schumann—Paradise andPeri(Kogel);
, Genoveva (Kirchner); Pilgrimage of the
Rose (Kogel); Manfred (Kegel); Faust
, (Kirchner).
Spohr—Jeßßonda.
I Verdi—Trovatore; Rigoletto; La Tra
viata.
Weber —Frieschutz, Oberon, each:
Euryanthe; Preciosa.
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and Druggists s2monA thurlZm
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Offer this Week at their
CLOSING OUT SALS 1
A Fine Line of
Body Brussels Carpets
With Borders to Match, at
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six bottles for $5.00.
FOR SALE BY
C H. Roberts, agent lor Monrovia, Cal. [ Angelena Pharmacy. 1208 Temple st., city.
Geo. B. Hcgin, agent for Pasadena, Cal. Temple st. Druo Co., cor. Temple and Beaudry
li. B, Johnson, agent for Inglewood, Oal, avenue, city.
H. C. Woeland, drug store, Station B, Boyle '?eo. Quekie, 224 South Main etreet, city.
Heights. H. J. Woollicott. Branch, 351 8 Spring, city.
Cable rH.BMACY, Boyle Heights. C Laux, 48 South Spring street, city.
Wrsde & Bueiii.fr. 143 Esst First st.. City. O Laux, 447 South Fort atreet. city.
Wrbde ft Buehler (branch), 421 East First Sti ettio & Berl», 115 South Spring St., city.
street, city. S. W. Lockett, Druggist, cor. iort and Second
Maurice Lee, 500 San Fernando at., city. streets, cit-.
Raymond Hotel, East, Pasadena. Matson A BRuitN.cnr.Fifth and Depot grounds.
A. H. Brockamp, 11 S. Main st. Peter Derkum, No. 8 East Flrstst. The Arcade.
J. D Yates, 110 W. Sixth strnet. nl7 3m
Fritz ARboqast, 417 N. Main (Washington Hotel Metropolis, Avalon, Catalinalsland.
Saloon). Urb<n & Buehler, 595 South Olive, Phar-
Ed. Meyers, 23 N.Los Angeles street. Th? maclsts.
Champion Baloon. Louis Mesmer, U. 8. Hotel Bar, city.
Ocean View Hotel, Redondo Beach, Cal. J John McNOaH, sgent for Dowfcev, Cr.l
A. Y. Vin+L, agen- for Azu'a, Cal. irjLLKAr-'N 4 Miller, t gent for Santa Ana, Cal.
Felix Clavere cor Comuurcial and Los An- L Esjeluchn, Hg-.u:t ior Yuma, Arizona Ter.
geles fts., city. (~ Roth, 141 E. First st... oity.
Charles Faube, 213 and 215 Commercial tt , Henry Gekcke Shade fiHloon, Boyle Heights.
city Chicago Brewing Co., 128 South Spring, city
RRKim & Schneider 8 E*st First St.. city. ihrlen & Scheuddig, S. W. cor. Los Angeles
Stephens Nicoletti, 365 New High st , city and Second, city.
Jacob Adloff, cor. SevcDth and Main, city.
TWO CARLOADS OF RANGES
DAMAGEp_BY_WAT.ER
The ranges were in a washout and had to be unloaded iv the rain, which has caused them
to rust a little, und must be told for whatever they will bring, at
F l . J2. Browne's, 30 South Main St.
OPPOSITE MOTT MARKET. [U l m
HOTEL ARCADIA!
SANTA MONICA.
This delightful Hotel ia now open., and Tourists ehould not fail to give it a trial. Situated on the bluff overlooking the
ocean, the view is magnificent from ocean and land aidea. GOOD SURF BATHING. Hot salt water baths. Fine drives
in the canyons and on the beach. The house has all modern conveniences; elevator, steam, etc.
4 Trains per day each way. jal73m j. w> SCOTT, Lessee.
THE RAYMOND, EAST PASADENA,
Among tne Orange Proves ot tbe beautiful San Gabriel Valley, eight miles from Lot Angeles,
V. H. ItIEKKtLI,, manager (during the summer teason manager of the Crawford House. White Mountains, N. 11.)
If you c=nnot go out to Tho Raymond and spend a day, a week, a month, or the whole season, then go out and stay a few hours. It is well
worth your while to see the magnificent view from Us piazzas: ana <nat view alone will well repay you, although there are many other Interests f
features-especially the grand display of flow<rs in the hotel grounds, which are now under the charge of Mr. C. H Hovey, tr.e celebrated land
scape gardener, formerly of Hovey'sNurseries, Cambridge, Mass. lourlsts visiting Los Angeles should make a trip to The Raymond, even if their
stay there must necessarily be brief. There sre frequent trains between Los Angeles and Tbe Raymond by several lines ol railroad. Tbe orchestra
consists of four soloists, who render tbe choicest of music twice each day.
A very complete livery is connected with the hotel, and it is an excellent starting-point for a drive through the Ban Gabriel valley, in
which are Bituated the San Oabrlel Mission church. Rose s winery, Lucky Baldwin a stock farm/the Sierra Madre Villa, and many other places
f interest. . ,
Full particulars regarding board and other matters can be obtained by [addressing ©. B. Merrill, Manager of The Raymond, East
Pasadena, California. 033 Am
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TBE WEEKLY HERALD.
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Wbbkly, one year, by mail $2.00
Wekkly, six months, by mall 1.00
Wbbkly, three months, by mall , ' 60
Payable in lably in advance.
AVERS& LYNCH.

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