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GENTLEMEN'S DAY AT THE RACES.
Tlie Owners ot Baggy Horses Compete Yesterday. The Great Free-For-All Trot to Come Off Today. HcKlnnsy, Klamath and Ottinger tha the Favorites The Kvents of Yes terday and Who Won Them. Points of tha Day. With one exception tbe races yester day were in the nature of walkovers, it being a day of retribution for the favor ites. There were five races run, of which four were trotting, while only one was by tbe docked tails. This lat ter race was the most exciting of tbe afternoon, the winner getting under the wire a bare nose ahead of the aecond horse. Tbe other events included the 2-year old colt stakes, and the gentlemen's race. There was only a fair attendance, but considerable betting was done in which the short enders got slightly the worst of tho investment. The day was more pleasant tban the two previous, the weather being warmer and tbe eun shining. Tbe track was very hard and faster than on any other day of the week. It was nearly dark when the final heat was run, the programme being consid erably prolonged. The events will com mence today at 12 o'clock sharp, and will include tbe great free for all trot, tbe second most important race of tbe entire event. In the miming event Waif sold as fa vorite and won in two straight heats. The race was three-eighths of a mile, beat two out of three heate. The crowd got off well bunched. Waif took a slight lead and kept it for the entire distance, winning in Ben H. a good close second, Gipsy Girl tbird and May Guiding distanced. Home difficulty was experienced in starting the trio for the final heat, but they got away at last with Waif and Ben H. slightly ahead. Waif led by half a length into the stretch, when Ben H. drew up and made a hard tight for the beat, but wns beaten by a nose, Gipsy Girl last. Time, 35%. 2:27 class. It waa conceded tbat Gossiper would walk away with this event, and aa a reenlt he was barred from the betting, the gueßeing being done for second place. There wae no award made of second money or place, aa each of the three field horses in ono of the three heats ran second, or third or fourth, leaving them exactly even and tiod for second place at tbe end of the race. Flora was the choice for tho firet beat, in which she got second place, but did not get either of the remaining ones, Conn getting the eecond and Tono the third. In the first beat Gossiper led from tbe start, with Flora trotting a steady second, the other two breaking. Gos siper increaeed his lead all around and they finally swung into the stretch with Flora second and Conn trotting Btrong, Tono well up. Conn tried hard to catch Flora, but she had too big a lead and finished nearly a length ahead, Tono last. During this heat tbe aeronaut went np in his balloon and nearly everybody watched him instead of the race. Tbe drop waa made safely. Gossiper again led all of the second heat, drawing away from the field, winning in a jog. Flora followed him for second place, bnt Conn, who had dropped behind in the first quartei, drew up and passed Tono in the tirst of tbe third onarter and caught Flora in the last, swinging into the stretch abead of her. Conn loet hia feet but aoon ateadied down and got sec ond place, Flora finishing tbird and breaking badly, Tono last. Gossiper again walked away with the tbird heat and race, but Tono managed to finish second. Conn started break ing in the first quarter and waa left by Tono, wbo caught and passed Flora at tho half, who was also breaking. Conn passed her and, and Flora broke repeat edly for the rest of the race, breaking badly at the finish and coming in last. Conn could not catch Tono and finished third. gentlemen's hack. "jfhia waa the roost amusing event of the whole week. Several of the animals took it into their beads not to trot, and persisted in running almost the entire race. P. Q. had an easy race, taking the event in three straight heats, none of the other horses being dangerously near at any time. Draco finished second in each caee. TWO-YEAH-OLD COLT STAKES. Mr/.ens took the race, getting the first two heats. The balanceof the field settled tbe other places between them. TROTTING NOVELTY. Gray Cloud easily took the first beat, Sir Credit the second and Princeton the last. SUMMARIES. Directors' purse for all ages, three eights of a mile, best two heats; purse, $300. D. Bridges' Waif, by Bachellor (S. Peters 112) 1 1 T. A. Case's Ben ii. iFueutes, 112) 2 2 J. M. Copp's Gipsy Girl, by Little All (Cook 119) 3 3 G. M. Williams' May Holding, by Joker (Morri" 114) distanced Time, Mbli, :36%. Trotting and pacing gentleman's race, owners to drive; puree, $200. W. J. Oliver's P Q., by Odafsllow (W. J. Oliver) 11l William Lodge's Draco, by Draco Prince (Win. Dodge) 2 2 2 X. W. Reyuolda' Frltzle (K. W. Rey nold*) . .*> 4 3 3 W P. Mcintosh's Vlndez, by Del Sor (Mcintosh) distanced In aeoond heit 2 W. W. Whitney's Bernard, by Tricky hoe (Whitney) distanced Trotting, 2:27 class; purse, $500. C. A. Durfee's Gossiper, by Simmons- Lady Byran (Durfae) 1 l l A. W. Baell's Flora, by Dan Rice-Frost Mare(C. Thornguest) 2 3 4 J H. Kelly's Conu. by luca-Kelly)... 4 2 3 N. Covarrubias' Tono, by Judge Salis bury (H. McUrogor) 3 4 2 Time, 2:19J a ,2.-23H. "" Trotting, 2-year-old colt stakes of 1893, 2 in 3. i. W. Gardner's McZens, by McKlnney- Grace Kaiser (George Maben) I 1 B -„ D .*Y'?> G a!I «"«. by Gosslpar-kilty Smith (C. A. Durfee).... 2 2 W. H. Stlmpson's Little Agnes, by Goa siper-Leonora (W. Maben) 3 3 L V, J - Orunda, by Redondo-Le Grande (H. E. Rose) 4 4 J. H. Kelly's Prince Inca,'by' Happy Prince (Kolly) 3 vv3 Time, 2;20> 4 , 2:30>,'. Trotting, novelty, 2:30 class, puree $160, winner of each heat to go to stable. Gray Cloud, by Seville Maud C,, (E. 8. Hol cemb); first beat. rJ*V ?» B,r Cre d»t, by Me Klnney- L«<ly 1., (P. W. Hodges); lecond heat. J. Q. Newton's Princeton, by Aloas>r, dam by Echo, (U. A. Durfee); third heat. *. 8. Mayberry's Merry Bells, by State of Maine Lady Brjlly, (0 Matflco); ran last. Time, 2:3 lVi, 2:28*4, 2:29%. today's i-bookammi. President's puree % mile—Polaaki, 113; Montalvo. 121; Gladiola, 115; Lewanee, 103. Orange handicaD, ISi mile—Hock Hocking, jr., 119; Mero, 116; Naicho 8., 113; Broadchurch, 112; Donna Lilla, 97; Vendome, 92. Free-for-all-trot—Klamath, Ottinger, Edema, Richmond, jr., McKlnney. Trot for yearlings—Osito, Kion, Sir Gossiper, Suydan. Pace, 2:20 class—Fred Mason, Nut ford, Pomona, Jingler, Reta, Andy. ARMSTRONG GOT LEFT. Me Wanted ■ Divorce lv Order to Marry Another Woman. Clara Armstrong waa discharged yes terday at the conclusion of ber prelim inary examination before United States Commissioner Van Dyke. Mrs. Arm strong was charged by her husband with unlawfully opening hia letters. As the case developed it gradually be came apparent that Armstrong's echeme consisted in endeavoring to get his wife sent to the penitentiary and on tbat ac count obtain a divorce and then marry the other woman. The other woman in Miss Allie Leach of Santa Kirbara, and it waa an amorous letter of Misß Leach's which the wife opened. There were a quantity of nanseouß love letters, written by Miss Leach, which were introduced. At the conclusion of tho evidence, the district attorney rote and stated that Armstrong's motive in having his wife arrested was so apparent that he should move to dismiss the charge. DIED IN THE STREET. KPRAIM KOITAHAKI TAKES AN OVERDOSE OF MOBPIUNE. The Body Discovered by Two Ladles on Temple Street—The Dead Man Left No Word nn to Hia People or Why He Killed Himself. Epraim Koitamaki, a young Russi an was found dead yesterday afternoon, under circumstances which point to suicide as cause of death. Mrs. R. Baumgartner, who resides at First and Fanning streets', was walking up Temple street early in the afternoon in company with a Mrs. Corbar of Omaha street. Near Carey's dairy the two women noticed the young man lying down by the aide of the road. Tbey would have paid no attention to the incident if it bad not been for the extraordinary pal lor of the man's face. Both women, however, jumped to the conclusion that the fellow waa drunk, and walked on. Sometime afterwards Mrs. Baumgart ner returned home, and on her way back noticed the body of tbe dead man still there. Mrs. Baumgartner then became uneasy and began to suspect that eometbing was wrong. Before in vestigating, however, she sat down on her doorstep, and determined to watch the recumbent figure for a short time. She watched until the conviction forced itself upon her that she was gaz ing at death, and then she rushed horror-stricken to her next door eoign bor's, who went to where the body lay and found a corpse. When W. F. Griggs of tho firm of Orr & Sutch drove out to take charge'of the body he found by the side oi the dead two bottles; one waa wrapped with an ominous looking red cover and bore the word "Morphine," and the other waa a gin bottle, tbe poison evidently having been mixed with the spirits. There were no other papers or letters of any kind. The dead man was lying in a little hollow with bis bead resting on a tuft of grass, and had evidently died without a struggle, one hand being in his pocket and tne other lying care lessly open, in the same position aa when the suicide composed himself for his last slumber. An inquest waa held in the afternoon npon the remains and a verdict of sui cide returned in accordance with the facte. It ia supposed be killed himself while in a Btate of depression caused by want. THE SUPREME COURT. Action Deferred ou the Paoiflo Bank Case—Two Decisions. The supreme court made an order in tbe Pacific bank casx yesterday, fixing November 7th, at San Francisco, for a hearing on the application for a writ of prohibition to prevent General Willey from acting as receiver. A decision waa rendered in the case of Maggie Phetau and Mary O'Connor, respondents, vs. Edward Smith, appel lant, affirming the judgment of tbe lower court. It was an action in eject ment to recover some land in Loa Ange les county. Plaintiffs had judgment and the appeal was taken from it and an order denying a new trial. Tbe motion to dismiss the appeal in the caee of Childs vs. Lanterman et ul. was denied. A decision was rendered affirming the judgment of the San Francisco superior conrt in the case of Toomy, appellant, va. Hale, respondent. The action waa brought to recover $1775 for legal ser vices. A judgment waa rendered for the defendant in a former action, and in the present caee the former judgment was held to be a bar to plaintiff's cause of action. A number of caaee were submitted in both departments upon bries to be filed. BICYCLE MATTERS. The Two Cowans Make a Tie for a Kecord. The local cranka were served a treat yeetorday.lby "Little Jimraie" Cowan, the winner of the 5-mile handicap race at the Agricultural Park. Cowan tried for a record at tbe Athletic Park. Young Cowan is the only Southern Cal ifornian that ever held a world's record; be held the maiden record for two montba till some youngster took it from him at Riverside. Owing to the pacemakers not getting off soon, enough, be did not get a fair start. Following is bis time: One-quarter o8'«, one-half mile 1:18.'o, three-fouaths mile I:4B>a, one mile 2:24 15, L. W. Fox and H. Mc- Crea, pacers. W. R. Cowan also tried for a mile. Fow Long and C. Cowan were hie pacers: One-quarter mile 37)4, one-half mile 1:13J- 4 ', three-quarter mile 1:49, mile 2:29 45. Both of these young young riders are satisfied that they can do a mile a good deal faster, and will try it again next week. Krery traveler should carry a box ol TTJTT'S Pi LLH. LOS ANGELES HERALD* SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1891 TIPS ABOUT STATE POLITICS. A Whole Lot of Campaigning Under Way. What the Local Statesmen Are En- deavoring to Bring About. Some Interesting; Gossip Abont the Pro- gramme Which Is Supposed to Have Been Arranged by the State Politicians. If any one thinks the present state administration is not looking to tbe fu ture he should buy himself a telescope; ordinary glasses won't assist him suffi ciently. Tbe plans are being laid very quietly, and orderß have gone out to fight ex ceedingly shy of the newspapers. But just the same there ia a possibil ity of informing the rank and file of the Republican party, confidentially, of what is going on under the surface. A slate is being made up with exceed ing cunning with which to catch tbe reluctant voter, and the work is being done now right in Loa Angeles. This Blate may be designated, for want of a better term, as the administration programme. Those eminent statesmen, Mauritio Koscius Iliggins, tbe private secretary of Governor Markbam, Dan Burns, Harbor Commissioner Bassett, our own original Hervey Lindley, and Tom Lewis are figuring pertinaciously iii the matter as far as their powers will permit. There is very little which these gen tlemen do not think (ley can accom plish, and the conclaves around the N'adeau hotel have been productive, of results. Various state offices have been par celled out with a v' a w to keeping a clutch an ia a clutch on come, if not all, of the situation. Hervey Lindley and hie myrmidons have contracted to deliver a very large and powerful combination of delegates in aid of "the programme," and cope of a most magnificent character are to be thrown to the Cerberus of the south. The head of the ticket lies between Irwin C. Stump and Justice W. F. Fitz gera'd, and there isn't any manner of doubt that Hervey is working tooth and toenail for the latter. With how much authority from tbe able and widely ad mired justice is problematical. A good many friends of his are telling him to shake Hervey. What the coterie of statesmen wieb for ia to secure the naming of the gov ernor, and they propoee to be very liberal as far as the rest qf tha ticket is concerned. They will put up Liont.-Governor Red dick for the came position. "You see," said Hervey yesterday, while expound ing the plan to a coy henchman, "that gives us the mountain counties." Then with Oregon Sanders of Tulare county tbe gang will capture the San Joaquin valley. The office for which he will be put up is that of attorney gen eral. This will be in the nature of pro motion for Oregon, for be is now deputy attorney general. Pratt of Humboldt county is the choice for surveyor general and his se lection covers not a multitude of sins, but another section to be swnng into line. There was considerable difficulty about clerk of tbe supreme court, bnt J. Steppacher of San Francisco wae finally slated. He ie now secretary of the state board of health. lhere has not been a definite decision yet about the state controller. Siebe of San Francisco or Controller E. P. Col gan will come in, but the arrangements are yet open for this office. For secretary of state Trowbridge H. Ward, our own county clerk, baa been slated, and is expected to strengthen the ticket in the south. "Trow" was a little bit uncertain what be would have, but finally settled on secretary of Btate. At first he wanted to be clerk of tbe su preme court, and then drifted into the vortex of the attorney-generalship, but was at last induced to awing Southern California into line for the ticket aa sec retary of Btate. Don't you see the fine Italian hand of some Machiavel in the list as made up. It is great and that this is not mere guess work, the future will show. The geographical genius of tbe combine, whether it be Melville Rene Higgins, Danny Burnes, Phil Crimmins or Neddy Niles, has got in his work in great shape. "Why, to be sure," saye Pratt of Humboldt, "I'd like to be surveyor-gen eral, and you can count on me for 'pro gramme' work." -ludge Wm. Junius McKinley, wbo aspires to the supreme bench, can see a very large sized and comfortable chair awaiting him. Tbey do Bay that Hervey Lindley has assumed the direction of the judge's campaign in addition to lifting his gubernatorial candidate neatly but firmly into the chair. There ie absolutely no limit to Hervey'a mag nanimity. He would give everyone an office if tbere were enough to go round, except Judge W. H. Clark. That ia where Hervey draws the line. And see how he has contracted. From now on until the convention meots he will pick up a delegate here and a dele gate there, and, claiming about three times as many aa he can deliver, will make himself felt. There ia a possibility that he may engineer hia especial proteges into mag nificent unpopularity. But any one who thinks Hervey is not making the other gang uneasy and disturbing their slumberß ought to see the way tbey are hobnobbing with him around the Nadeau. There ia a rotund statesman wbo ia making a great point of assisting hia friends in their ambition. It ia Tom Lewis. Just what Tom wants has not yet been revealed, bnt there are several nice places for which he will resign his pres ent job and be must be consulted upon the "programme" or he will throw all the weight of hia influence against it. The "programme," as outlined, is aa far aa tbe crowd bus gone as yet. They have been talking it over in tbe hotels, The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes— 40 Years the Standard. in private offices and all around tbe city, wherever two or three would be gath ered together. These conferences have been held in tbe most secret manner poeeible, bnt tbey have been held juet the came. The information given abont them ia from the inaide. Tbe gentle men whose names have been mentioned will no doubt affect to deride the state ments and aay there ia nothing in them, but they are true. Aa far as the admin istration crowd can do ho tbey have fixed up a very pretty little scheme to perpet uate ther power, and it will remain to be seen at thie remote date from the convention whether or not tbey can de liver tbe goods. THE JUSTICES' COURTS. Cases Which Were Under Consideration Yesterday- Hermann Steinicke was examined yesterday before Justice Außtin upon a charge of burglarizing the residence of E. Gerlich, in company with two other men, come weeks ago. There waa no evidence to connect Stoinite with the affair and Justice Austin discharged bim on tbe conclus ion of the hearing. William Welch was caught endeavor ing to roll a drunk in a Main Btreet sa loon Thursday. Yesterday he was taken before Justice Austin who gave him 50 days straight for disturbing the peace. U. Kilgoer was arrested yeßterday by Detective Auble, and arraigned before Justice Austin upon a charge of carry ing a concealed weapon. Kilgoer is well known to the police as a desperate man, and the charge against him now ie only used to gain time in order to prove a more serious ofl'enee. A SEWER IN THE SEA. THE BIG OU TKALIi PIPE SUCCESS- FULLY LAUNCHED. Six Hundred Feet of the Iron Section of the Outfall Sewer Put Into Po sition Yesterday—The Way It Was Oone. That GOO-foot cast iron section of the ontfall sewer has been 'successfully launched at last and it didn't require a wharf to be built to launch it from either. At 3 o'clock veeterday afternoon when City Engineer Dockweiler and others of the party which had gone from this city to assist in the work left the place, about half of the great cast iron tube was floating on tho water and the re mainder waß on the down hill elide with good prospects of soon invading Mc- Ginty's sandy domain. The scheme for sliding the awkward thing down into the water, which finally proved Buccesßful, was veryßimple, after it wae devieed, but it took some fine fig uring juet tbe came. There was no pre cedent to go by co tbe idea bad to be entirely original. Tbe entire pipe rested upon a wooden framework, which had to be moved along with it. Capstans were rigged on either side and tackle run from these to the rear of the framework. A train of heavy horeee operated each windlass. Ont at sea tbe tug Pelican was stationed, with a tew line faetened to tbe pipe. Sonne difficulty wae experienced with the pipe after it began to leave tho eolid ground, on account of tbe tide currents, and it was found necessary to weight the pipe with sand bags so tbat it would float just below the surface of the water. After the first preliminary operations were over, the pipe moved steadily at the rate of three feet to the minute, with four interruptions. The force which was at work yeeterday afternoon intended to remain steadily at the work until the whole 600 feet of pipe was re moved from the Bhore and rested in place upon the bottom, exactly where it will be wben the aewer is in operation. Thue one of the grave questions which confronted the engineers of the outfall aewer has been overcome. THE NUMBER DECREASING Santa Ana as a Tramp Gauge for Soutb- em California. City Marshal Joe Nichols of Santa Ana was in the city today for the pur pose of securing Borne witnesses in a caee in the courts there. In conversa tion with a Herald reporter Mr. Nichols said that the tramp nuisance was bsing somewhat abated in Orange connty, but nevertheless thessVfficera have not relax ed their vigilance in the least, and only laßt week succeeded in capturing one of the gentry in the act of burglarizing a house. Tbe through ttamp travel from Los Angeles to San Diego via the Sauta Fe railroad track, Mr Nichols eaye, ie no where near ac heavy as it was several weeks ago, either coming or going. Santa Ana has always been a stamping ground for tramps in Sonthern Cali fornia. It ie just a good day's tramp from Los Angeles, and the orange groves and orchards aronnd the town are close to tbe railroad track afford a good shelter for them over night. So when the tramps begin to decrease in number around Santa Ana it is safe to aeenme tbat their numbers are lessen ing all over the southern part of the state, Emma Told May That Charley and Mand were going to the great auction sale of lota at Angeleno Heights today and aa a re sult the whole family will attend, in cluding the baker, coal oil man, carpen ter, water collector and last, but not the least, the family pet, little "Dixie." wbo baa lota of money, that be will cer tainly invest in the grandest opportunity ever offered to make money. That ie by buying lots on Angeleno Heights to day at 2 o'clock is the time, and the Temple street cars will take you there. Remember, there is no reserve or limit. Tbe lots will be sold. Maps, catalogues and special free tickets over Temple Btreet cable road at Easton, Eldridge & Co.'a, 121 8. Broadway. DR. CHICHESTER'S BIRTHDAY. Mr. John Shirley Ward Mabel Some Pleasant Kemarks. At • church social given last evening to new members of Immanuel church, which happened to fall on a birth an niversary of the Rev. Dr. Chichester. ! Mr. John Shirley Ward, the master of ' ceremonies for the evening, said : Our programme tells us that we are to celebrate a birth day this evening. A birthday is an important event In every one's life. In tact, it is the starting point. It ia I really the first thing we ever have which we can call our own; and, if there should be twins born, then only one half of it is onrs. We are very hard to satisfy on this point, for whether born in palace or hovel, we generally have a cry over it. A birthday, up to tbe age of 20, is neither of the masculine nor feminine gender. After the age of 20, it seems to : be mainly masculine; that is, it is not | patronized to any very great extent by ! females. To mention it to females who have passed the age of 20 is more sol emnizing than tbe tolling of a funeral bell. It ie eaid tbat the old family Bible which contains the recorda ia hidden away in the closets, not because "higher criticism" hae shaken the faith of its owner, but because it points with un erring finger to the date of onr birth. It ie eaid that one young woman refueed to marry because her age would have to be published in the liet of licenses, thus dispelling a long kept-up mystery. But, with all these little idioßyncra ciea of woman, we love her still; and to every true man ehe grows lovelier in ber silver treeees tban she was wben youth and beauty clad her with locks of gold. It was Baid of the great orators, who charmed Athenian audiences, that tbe Attic beee had lingered around their cradle, and had dropped on tbeir infant lips the honey of Hymettus; and may we not say tonight that years ago, in a cradle in far away Maryland the Attic bee must have lingered lovingly, touch ing thu infant lipe with tbe honey of persuasion, drawn not from claeeic mouv.te, nor from claeiic flowere, but from the very garden of God. May we not hope that those beee will continue to touch hia tongue with n divine unction, and that in the far off years, when hiß last Bong must be sung, that it will be like the last eong of the swan, his sweetest and his best. George Washington Never Told a lie. We are not telling you a falsehood when we state the best invest ment in the city ie to buy a lot at the grand auction sale of lots at Angeleno Heights today. This is valuable information. Remember there is no reserve or limit. The lots will be sold. Maps, catalogues and special free tick ets over Temple etreet cable road at Easton, Eldridge & Co.'s., 121 S. Broad way. . A full dressed d)U given with every pair of shoes sold during our opening week of the Perfect Fitting Shoe company, 122 South Spring st. The "great easy mover" is Prentiss pill. Cures constipation. No gripe. 25 cents. All druggists. DIED. HOLM Ac—ln this ciiy, October 1893, Ar thur Child Holmes, aged 04 years aud five mon hs, a native of Maine, llangor. Me., papers please copy. Funeral services from the Cathedral at 9 a- 1 *:, today. Ul^SiiN—Peter Nisscn, an old and well kne'.-n residentof tutu city, died at hia home, 835 Lyon street, yesteraay. funeral will take place to lay from his late residence. Friends and acquaintances are In vited to attend. FRlW—Thursday. October 10th, A. A. Frew; born March 2, 1807; died October 19, 1893. Funeral 2 p. in. Saturday, from residence No. 13!) south OiiVe street, rriends invited. Tired, Weak, Nervous Mrs. Mary C. (^idermff» '* I had rheumatism s« ueverely that I was obliged to use a case. I was tired of life and was a burden to those about me. I often suf fered from dizziness, worried much, nnd was subject to nervous spells. Hood's Barsaparilla mado mo feel like a different penaa.* I owe Hosd's s ?> Cures my present good hrjalth to Hood's Sarsapa rilla." Mrs. Llabv C. Cevderman, La Fon taine, Kansas. Eo sure to get Hood's. Hood's Pills euro all Liver Ills, Bilious, ness. Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache. JOE POHEIM ■ ■ . - THE TAILOR Has just received first shipment of Woolens, which were bought direct from the mills at greatly reduced prices. Fine English Diagonal, Pique and Beaver Suits Made to Order at a Great Reduction. Also One of the Finest Selections of Trouserings and Overcoatings. Best of Workmanship and Perfect Fit Guaranteed or Mo Sale. JOE POHEIM, THE TAILOR, 14,3 SOUTH SPRING ST. IMRSr PRESBYTERIAN OHUKCH. ' Corner Second and Broadway. FIB ST GRAND CONCERT LOS ANGELES SEXTETTE CLUB MR. H. E. HAMILTON. Violin. MR. A. J. BTAMH, Viola. MR. W. C. McQUILLBN, Flute. MR. B. BIERI.IOH, 'Cello MR. ELMER WACHTBL, Violin. MR. JOHN MU3SO. Bass. Assisted by MISS JENNY T. KEMPTON, So prano. Admission, 50c. Reserved seats, 75c. Seats can be reserved at church on and after Wednesday morning, Oct. 25th. 10-217t The Newest Importations CONTINUALLY ARRIVING. CHOICE DBBiGNS. BEST GOODS. 112 pc. Semi-Porcelain Dinner Service, 810.60. ALL GOODS EQUALLY LOW. STAFFORDSHIRE CROCKERY CO., 417 S. SPRING BT. 7-28 8m -ESTABLISHED 1886.— DR. B. G. COLLINS, OPTHalauc OPTICiAsJ, with Los Ange les Optical Institute, 125 S. Spring St., In Wagner"* Kimberly, Loa Angeles. EYES EXAMINED FREE. 0 27 Oat Los Angeles Industrial Fair, OCTOBER 16, 17, 18, 19, 1893. Southern \ AT California's AGRICULTURAL Great Fair.) PARK. $20,000 In purses and premium?. The greatest trotting, stallion and free-for-all races ever seen in California, Admission, SO cents. District Agricultural Association, 16. L. THORN K. See'y. 10 4 td ,T. 0. NFWTON, Pres't- LOS ANGELES MEDICAL AND SURGIGAL INSTITUTE 241 S. MAIN ST. Regular graduates, legally licensed, SPECIALISTS WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE in the treatment of Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases. Consultation free and invited. A frfendiy talk or opinion costs you nothing. Medicine sent by mail or express everywhere, se curely packed, free from observasioo. Curable diseases guaranteed. Where doubt exists, it is frankly stated. Hours, 9to 3 and 7toBp. m. Sunday, 10 to 12. NERVOU S Weakness, f^^^^^^^ * w •** *-* Failing: Memory, lowing effects: Nervousness, Debility, TIPDTT TT*"W T.aek nf Rnero-v Dlmnessof Sight, Self-distrust, Defec -1 IH. H I 1 . I I V „. X 0I I J! ' nel S>< tlve Memory, Pimples on the Face, J -'A-J-VX. A. J. Physical Decay. Aversion to tbe Society of Females, Lo«s of Ambition, Lack of Confidence, Gloominess, Despondency. Barrenness. Untltne.s to Marry, Melancholy. Dyspepsia, Lost Manhood, Pains in the Back, Varicocele, treated with suc cess— lafely, privately. T"»X VV A TITTa C*T7"TTVT Diseases, all forms affecting- Body, Nose or X I jf HJ I J A M 8 ) X Il\ Throit, Skin and Bones, Blotches, Erup- AJ±J\J\J XJ XAl'A' KJJ.X.-a.A.'e tions, Aone, Eczema, Old Kurcs, Ulcers, Painful Swellings from whatever cause, treated by means of sate, time-tried remedies. Stiff and Swollen Joints and Kheuuiatlsni, the result ofltlood Poison. CUKKD. KIDNEY AND URINARY S^oo a Fre q uenl ,a M\.a D y"o; Mmi *. Bloody Urlnecarefuliytreated UItKTHRAL 6TRICTURK Permanently Cared. Boft-feeliutr bunch ofeai.-th-llke worms. Varicocele Is curable. tt/-\t\/TT7> t>t3 TT> A T n/TTnVTT Persons ailing at a distance, by giving all symptoms iIUMIL 1 KH/A 1 lVlH<i\ 1 can be sucoosifully treated at home. Call on or address Los Angeles Medical and Surgical Institute, 244 S. MAIN ST., ROOMS 3 AND 5. Ul IXL Livery and Boarding Stable <MHP^^^: n ge °- preutz . pr °p- SUCCESSOR TO I„ WILHBLM. 820 S. MAIN STKMCT. TKI.BI'HONE 297. Wkw/J// Special attention iv backs, ladles' and gentlemen's saddle horsei '°* r ' S Good rigs. Prices reasonable.^ Boarding at low lates. Brickatables AMUS.KMENTS. THBATBK. (Under direction of Al Havman.) H.C. WYATT. - - MANAGER TWO MORE PERFORMANCES, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 AND 21. The Vastly Popular Comedy-Drama, The Wolves of New York Prologue and live acta, by Leonard Grover, Pres. Am. Drama A. f„ author of "Our Boarding House,'' elc. A WEALTH OF SCENERYI AN EXCELLENT OAST! Liugh and tear alternating like an April shower. More laughs than in three farce com edies, and a lurore of enthusiasm beyond all previous experience. Popular prices—sl, 75c, soc and 25c. rpHU PALACE, X S.E. Cor. Spring and First sts. Ladles' Entrance ou First St. TONIGHT—GRAND CONCERT From 7:30 to 12 p.m., under the leadership of the celebrated violin player, MISS JULIA DE BELTRAN, ASSISTED BY MISS AUGUSTA VENDT, MISS ANNA PANHANS, MISS AUGUSTA PANHANS, MIS 3 LIZZIE TIMMINB, * MISS PAULINA KLAUS, MISS GERTRUDE KLAUS, MISS NETTIE KLAUS, AND OTIIEP.a Every night and Wednesday and Saturday matinee. The.finest Commercial Lnnch in the city. Meals a la carte at all hours. 10-7 tf CIRLiIPETERSILEA'S MUSIC SCHOOL, V.M.C.A. Ending, S. Broadway LOS ANGELES, CAL. Ia the headquarters for all of his musical pub lications and also his published literary works: "THE DISCOVERED COUNTRY," (Oth Edition $1 00 "OCEANIDHS,"ap/ychical novel,(paper cover, Bth edition 50 "MARY ANN CARJBW," (elegant Euro pean edition) 1 25 "PHILIP OARLI8LIB," a romance, (ele gant European edition 1 25 Sent postpaid on receipt of price. 9-22 lm JJUFTH SEASON—IB 93-4. HENRY J. KRAMER'S —SCHOOL FOE— DANCING AND DEPORTMENT. MEW CLASSES. Beginners' Class—Ladies, Misses and Maßlers, opens Saturday, October 14th, 1:30 to 3:30 p. m. Advanced Class-Ladies, Missos and Mssters, opens Saturday, October 14th, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Infants' Class—For chiidren 4 to 7 years old, opens Monday, October lb'th, 3:30 to 5 p, iv. Beginners' Class — Ladies and Gentlemen, .Monthly and Thursday levering*, opens iAou day. October 10th at 7~:30 p. m. Advanced Class — Laales and Gentlemen, opens Wedansday, October 18th at 8 p. a. for farther particulars, apply at the office, 3to 5 daily, 139 West Fifth Street. References required from ail applicants. 10-1 lm j NEW LOS ANUJSLUH rHKAIEaT ' (Under direction of At. Hay man.) H. O. WYATT, Manager. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SATURDAY MATINEE, October 26th, 27th and 28th, 1893. Mr, Button Vane's realistic drams, THE SPAN OF LIFE! i WM. CALDER'S GREAT COMPANY, Under the direction of Mr. H. S. Taylor. SThe Bridge of Human Bodies! The Lighthouse Scenel The Greatest Novelty of the Age! The cleverest, most exciting melodrama seen here in many moons.—New York Herald. Übual Prices—2sc, 50c, 75c and 81. NEW VIENNA BUFFET. Court St., bet. Mala and Spring 111 F. KERKOW, PROPRIETOR, Free Refined Entertainment. EVERY EVEN I tO, from 7:30 until 12, aal Saturday Ma inee from 1 to 4 p. nt. Engagement of the Great and only —i:DO I—OR ESff— In Her Unrivaled Specialties. Reappearance of the Favorites of Los Angeles, MISS LIN A CREWS, MISS ANTONIE GREVE And the celebrated BERTH FAMILY ORCHESTRA, MISS MARGUERITE BERTH, Dlreotresi, Fine commercial lunch dally. Meals a ta carte st ml l:onrs 3-24 ly AUCTION! Furniture, Carpets, &c. FRIDAY MORNING, Oct. 20, 1893, at 10 O'clock, at 1015 W. SEVENTH STREET. Consisting of Carpets, Bedroom Suits, Parlor Furniture, patent ttockers, Bed Lounge, Lino leum. Hall Hat Tree, Pictures, Extension Ta ble, Toilet Sets, Gasoline Stove, 2 Lawn Mo - ers, 101 feet Rubber Hone, flue Refrigerator, Hose Heel, Dishes, Cooking Utensils, etc. THOS. B. CLARK, AUCTIONEER. We Have Only a Few More Folding Beds Left to Be Bisposed of by Order of Consignee. MATLOCK & REED, REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 426 and 428 S. Spring St. 5