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I j $1 PIAR LINE PER MONTH. : Special rates tor a longer period, i: ~ * fataapj wanting situations, help, or wishing toreni, hnv or sell jiroperty, will do well to advertise in Tub Ilkr ii.ii, ■ ~ STKCIAI. XTCiTR'E—TiIE LOS AINGELES CITY WATER Hi company will strictly enforce the follow ing rules'- The hours for sin-inkling are be tween (> and 8 o'clock n-ni. and b and 8 O'clock P m For a v lolaiion of the above regulation the water wi 11 lie abut oft and a fine of »S will be charged lv. tore the water will bo turned on again. 8-1 1 » T" HE SAFE "DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE 1 nan and Trust rom-wny are enclosed in a •re-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time locks and brilliantly llgh ted with electricity; alcoves attached for the private examination of valuables, with writing. - materials; a young Jadv in attendance. e-i.t* MESMIN'S FEM ALE _ PIJ.LS AS A SPECIFIC monthly medicine lor immediate relief for painful and Irregular menses—from what ever came. For sale by FR EEMAN At CARPER, 102 N. Spring st. Price, $iS per box. 5-9 ly ailU TREE CARRIACIE AND WAGON 1» works; all kinds of painting and repalr i.,„ i->h San Ivdro st.. between First nnd Second"sts./Los Angeles. 8-U tf T WILL SELL A LARGE RESTAURANT 1)0- J. ma- a fine business to a party with coin; I must leave. Inquire of J. JJKUYER, Second at., opp. California bunk. 3-ls 2t V' MOVER. OFFICE, i\. 12 center place. r *B H^^ A IjBRSCN AL —COFFEE, FR±.fcll ROASTED daily, juva and Knocha. 35c per lb.; mouiitaiu coffee, 25c; 10 IM. corn meal, 15c; 6 lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 25c; C.er mea, 20c; 19 lbs. gran, sugar-, 81 j Is lbs. beans, 25c: 5 lbs peeled peachies, 25c; 3 cans apricots, 25e; can baked beans, 10c; can milk, 10c; eat, beef, z*soi orange marmalade, sc; 3 lbs lurd 30c; pork, l)J. a c; bacoui, 12 I .jc; wood pails, 15C! brooms, lac. ECONOMIC STOKES, fcos H. spring St. TYERBONAL-RALPH BROS -GOLD BAR I Hour. 95c; city flour, 75*r, granulutcd ciigar 19 lbs. $1; brown sugHfr, 22 lbs. $1; 6 lbs. rolled otits, 25e; sardines, f> boxes 25c; ta ble trnil, :i cans 50e, midland ejoffee, 25c lb.; eastern oil, 80e; gasoline, SOc; 2Mb. can corned beef, lie; lard, 10-lb. can, SOc; 3 lbs., 45c. (Jul s. Spring st., corner Sixth. CtALL AND SEE~IF~OUR MEATS ARE FIRST j clus.-. Price per pound: Boiling beef, sc; rib steak, 2 pounds, 15c; round steak, 10c; sir loin or tenderloin steak, tSMoa best roast beef, 10c; leg of mutton, Bo; loin miatton chops, 10c; fresh pork, 10c; leaf-lard. Ilea salt pork, 10c; ■us rendered lard, 12c; haine, 13% c F. G. CHASE, 618 S. Spring St. 1-30 ly I3ERSONAL— MRS. PARKER. [CLAIR VOY' aut: consultation 011 business, love, mar riage, disease, mineral locations, lile reading, etc. Take University electric cars to Forrester aye. and Hoover st.; go west on Forrester aye. it blocks to Vine st., second house on Vine west of Vermont aye. 3-30 tf 10 LIMPSES~OF AMERICA—READ TIIE ~FoV- V T pou offer today. If you avail yourself of the opportunity you can easily make $20. I)E RSON A GY PBY~QUEEN| will remain but a short time, only a sur prise to tell luy customers. 310 W. Third st. 3-15 lm liS \H! EKSt W RIGHT-MEDIUM. 236% s. spring st. 3-6 lm FINANCIAL. IJACLFC LOAN'" COMPANY, CINCORI'ORATED). Loans money in any amount on all kinds of collateral securities, dia monds, jewelry, sealskins merchan dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and ateei safes and professional libra ries, without removal; and on fur niture in lodging, boarding houses and hovels,without removal. Partial payments received. Money quick. Business confidential. Private office lor ladieis. W. E. DEGROOT, Manager, 8-29 ly Roomsii, 3 aud 4,114 S. Spring st TO LOAN—SSOO TO $50,000 IN ANY amount on city or country property; low rutesof interest; no delay; mortgages bought and sold on approved property: flrst-cJass city bonds for sale at a baj-gain. JOHN 1.. PAYKO VICII, financial and real estate biokcr, room 15. 211 W. First bt, 1.25 tf ONEYTOLOAIN ON DIAMONDS. JEWEL ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. lee bro.'s, • 2-18-ly 402 S. Spring st. T~ O LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY REAL ES tate, $500, $600, $800, $1000, $1200, $1500; lowest rates; no commission to pay. Address I. O. Box 846, city. 3-17 tf A~ good~TnTes™ent-a few coupons und dimes will secure one of the finest works of art in America. Read the great cou pon offer elsewhere. MONEY TO~LOAN—QUICKLY', QUIETLY and at small expense. No commissions. SECURITY LOAN & TRUST COMPANY, No. 223 s. Spiing street. 3-8 lm Tl AYE YOU MONEY IDLE? WE CAN SE -11 cure you good interest on good security. FLOURNOY, real estate and loans, 128 Broad way. 3-15 tf TV - ANTED — MONEyT~S"iO,OOO, REAL*"ES fV tate, 8 per cent and share in profits. LA LIEB.HE RANCH CO.. 401 Stimson block. ONEY TO LOAN" AT CURRENT RATES. CHAS. M. STIMSON, No. 230 West Fiist Street. No commissions charged. 3-8 lm dboQ/ut TO LOAN ON MORTGAt iE; (P—nUu quick; no agents. Address L. WIL LIAMS, P. O. box 44 7. 3-1 s 3t ATTORNEYS. TAY E. HUNTER, fj Stimson block, rooms 427 & 42«. Tel. 528. Practices in all the courts, stale and federal. 7-1 ti GOODRICH di McCUTCHEN, lawyers, rooms 543 to 546, Bradbury blk, Olh fioor, cor. Broadway & Third at. 'lei. 1120. fIAKPE ATTORNEYS at-law, federal and state courts, 34 Phil lips block, Los Augeles, Cal. 2-22 lm Rj. adcock7~a~ttor ney, spetTlal at • tention given to the settlement of estates. 115 W. First sl 4-y tf Y\tTi id a m"poLTar dT aYtThTney-at'law, V> room 3, Allen block, Temple and Spring streets. •j.} \ if PIANOS. A: ZELLNER, Gardner & Zellner, Sole agents for ' Gardner it Zellner, Gardner & Zetlucr, Chickerlng pianos. Chiekeri-ig pianos. Chickcring pianos. Chtckering pianos. \\ arerocms, 213 S. Broadway. 3-14 lm /* !: 1 H 1 r X CTS. DURGEBB J. REEVIi, ARChTtECT, ESTAB XJ lished for the last 10 years in Los Augeles. No. 1015 Estrella avenue. 1-26 ly . _ BROWN, ARCHITECT, ROOMS 5157 V. . Blfl and 51/. Stimson building. 8-7 tf DYERS AND FINIBHEKS. Tl T YE VVORKsTsiI Franklin St.; fine dying and cloanlnr:. 1-13 tf T>ARIBIAN DYE WORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN i. sr., be.-. 1 dyaing in the city, HJ ti . '11 I,l' W ANTES —AIALK. •triTAVTED— MAN OR LADY CANVABSKR OF TV good address selling roses, Sarahs and or namental nursery stock In towns aud cities; pleasant and profitable employment; perman ent position. BROWN BROS. CO., Nursery men, Portland, Ore. t-88 Ita \\T ANTED- ALL NEEDING HKLP, FREB Vl employment or any Information, address E. NITTINOER'S BUREAU: established 1880. Office, »l:<-. 8. Spring st.; residence, 451 8. Hope tt, corner Fifth, I.os Angeles, Cat Tele phone 113. 8 18 tf \\T ANTED—SO TALL AND WELL-BUILT Vv men for Mr James O'Neill's production of Virginius. Apply at back stage door, Los Angeles theater, Monday morningat lOo'clock. 3-18 2t ITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA bor bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone 1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me chanics aud laborera. \V. A.WHITE, manager. 11 10 It ETTY, HUMMEL & CO., EMPLOYMENT agents, 300-302 West Secona St., California bank builuinir. basement, corner Second and Broadway. Tel 509. 1 5 tl EN TO SELirRAKINt."'POWDER. STEADY employment; experience unnecessary; Sf7s salary or com. U. s. CHEMICAL WORKS, 840 Van Buren, Chicago. 1 14 3m WANTED— BOY~*GK^r6"m - T6 — TO 15, to deliver telegrams at night to the IIERAI.t) office; wages $3 per week. Apply at Hf.k.\i.d business oflice. 3-18 tf TIT ANTED-M EN* - AND WOMEN TO~TAN II vass for the HKRti.o. The great coupon to earn good wng»'s. H E All. \\7 ANTED - APPRENTICE FOR DRESS- V* making at 242'» S. Broadway, room ti. .1-1H 2t « AMKD—SITUATIONS, \T^ASTEI)-SITUAI lON BY A YOUNG MAN\ ii who can give the very best of references, a position as crockery packer; has hail over ten years' exjK'ricncc jji one of the leading crockery houses ~f San Francisco. Addiess Crockery Packer, P. O. box sli.">, Los Angeles. 2 17 tf nrANTED — aTTDATION BY A MID D LE VI aged woman in a hotel or lodging house to take charge of linen department preferred; experienced: best of references. Address M. It, M., box 50, Herald office. 3-10 tf Vt'ANTED -SIT VATI O N BY FIRStT" LA SB II wholesale retail grocery salesman. Refer ences undeniable. W. M , box 00, Herald. 3-18 2t IT/AS TED — POSITI ON ON FIRST-CLASS y V ranch; would keep books and be gener ally useful. Address M., box 40, Herald. 3-13 7t W A NT X.D— MISCFI.I. INKUH \Y r ANTED - -THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE II wishes to secure propositions for a site for a tourist hotel in Los Angeles with a view to submitting the same to possible investors. For particulars address the Secretary of the Chamber. Proposals must be submitted before April Ist. 3-9 tf "IVANTED AT ONCE—ALL KINDS OF SEC II ond-hand furniture forspotcash; highest prices paid LEWIS 4 ALDERSON, 312 S. Main st. Tel. 1108. 1-10 tf W" "~AXTEI> Y< )'U TO SAMPLE OUR ESG lish Breakiast, Oolongs, Japans, Ceylons at the English Teu and Coffee Company, 311 W, Second st. 3-(> 5m \VA MED -TO P1 •RC HAS E~SE COXD-HAXD II pinner and sticker. Address PLANER, sto. ('., giving price and description. 3-1-1 Tt LOST AND FOUND. T OST— BLACK CLOTH WRAP. ADDRESS J j 728 I'carl street. 3-2 ti FOR KKN I —HOtTSKS. I7iOR~itENT— TO PROPER PARTY, FOR 6OR 12 inojitli6, an elegant 10 room house with nil modern improvements, partly furnished, on clean side of Flower street", No. 2415. CLARK & BRYAN, 127 W. Third st. 3-15 cod St OWN 19 HOUSES, FURNISHED AND UN furnished, for rent; also 400 building lots for sale on installments, and acreage for sub division on easy terms. MATTISON, 911 South Hill st 12-12 ti FOX RENT— KOOMn. THE NASHVILLE, 236 WINSTON ST., VA blocks from postoffiee; comfortable fur nished rooms, single or en 6iiite; rates very cheap. We invite inspection aud guarantee satisfaction. 3-7 lm ROOMS —GRAND FACIFIC, F main entrance, 423' South Spring St.; large handsomely furnished rooms at 50.-, 75c and $1 per day; $2.00 a week and upwards. 3-5 lm L^OH"s AT7rr~(HT~RENT—6-ROOM MODERN 2-atory house on w. Pico street, large grounds;* new and convenient. MARKS ot LEVY', 346 S. Spring street. 3-18 tl T7AOR RENT—LOWER PART OF HOUSE, -P ■ completely furnished (3 rooms, with use of piano) tor light housekeeping. 626 South Broadway. 3-7 lm I-JV RNIsHED ' W. Fourth St., single or en suite; also fur nished rooms for light housekeeping. 1-4 lm 17H)RliENT-T WO 80NNY'TTrNFURNIS~HED ' rooms, for light housekeeping; closets and bath. 627 W. Seventh st. 2-1 tf I7»0R R ENT—P LE AS AN T ( rjMS\ FUR / nished or unfurnished, at I 7 (Maple aye. 3-17 lm « I7<OR RENT—THREE~SUN'Ni ROOMS FOR . housekeeping. 833 S. Broad A'ay. 3«13 7t ROOMS TO ~LET — LIGHT housekeeping. 325 Buena Vista st. 11-24 tf FOR XX.NT— MISCELL ANEOCS. J"""<OR RENT— Fine large store on Spring street, to be va cated soon. 19-room lodging house. N. B. WALKER * CO., 318-2t 106 South Broadway. TjMJ~R RENT—AFTER MAY Ist, THE FINK Jl storeroom and fixtures, with upstairs and basement, known as the City of Paris, 203 to 207 N. Spring st. Apply to L. LOEB, agent, room 86, Temple block. 3-13 tf F~OR RENT—OFFICE AND DESK ROOM ON the ground floor to other than real estate and tire insurance agencies. THE SILENT & RETTs co., northeabt corner Second and Broadway. 3-13 7t TT'OH RENT—DESIRABLE OFFICES AND JF rooms; finest location in the eitv. For par ticular? call on STOVER & OLIVER, 124% 8. Spring St., room 1. .1-20 if Fi<Oa _ RENT—(7FFICES IN THE ALLEN block. Temple and Spring streets; recently renovated; all eonvenienees. 3-l«-7t I> ENTIBTB. 1882 -Established—lBB2. DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND First sts., Wilson block; take eluShtor. Gold crown and bridge work s specialty; Yceth extracted without pain. Room 1. m-4tf IMiE'HI PAINLESSLY FILLED, CROWNED, bridged; artistically mude perfect in lit I and color; one kind of work; guaranteed first class; visit for low prices. DR. SWAIN, 175 j N. spring st., over Boston Store. 3 l_ ly _ DR. W. 11. MASBER HAS RE-OPENED HIS dental office 111 room 14, California Hank I building, second mid Broadway. 1-24 if DRS TOLIIURsf & 'KENNEDY, DENTISTS 108% N. Spring St.,rooms2, 6 and 7. Puiu j less extraction. 6-20 tf IJIRANK STEVENS, 324% SOUTH SPRING ST* A_Openj3undays and evening by electric light. PH. PARKER. DKN n IT.-T7"e7ri-:T~i;OR. FIRST |md Spring sis.; 129',, W. First st. 10-9 ti EXCURSIONS. l^o^r^^^^r^^^*^-:<> Angeles every Wednesday; personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kansas City and Chicago dally, Low rates and quickest time. Office, 139 N. Spring st. 7-lm 15HILL1PS' EXCURSION PERSONALLY CON ducted via Rio Grande Western, Denver and JtlO Grande and Rock Island route, leuve Los Angeles every Tuesday, crossing the Sierra Nevadus and passing entile Rio Grande scen ery by daylight. Office 138 S. Spring st. 12-9tf TTJDSON'S FJXCURSIONS EAST LEAVE fj Moudaya for Chicago, New York and Bos ton via Rio Grande Western and Denver and Rio Grande railways, arriving from Chicago, New York and Boston every Wednesday. Office, 212 S. Spring St. 1-14 tf -irUJROFE-ftxcURSIONS AND rNIHvTI'.UAL .lli tickets. Ocean tickets by all lines, lour ist Gazette free. H. GAZE & SONS, 113 Broad way, New York. (Est. 1844.) Official ticket agents forelii'-;" trunk lir.es. 8-18-21 25A28 1« ATKIMONIAL. BURl£Au"6f INFORMATION CONCe"rNINO matrimony. .Stamp for details. MILLS gEAUDIN, postotfice box 280. 3-11 ;)t cm nouoin-T. MISS C. STAFFER, CHIROPODIST AND massage. 2il w. First st., opp. Nadeau, 12-24 tf LOS ANGELES ITERALD: MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1894. FOR SAI.K-CITT PROPKKTV. fri(AW^A^«i^^ vT -p-200—Only V cash, the balance on long time. Buy the finest building lots in the city. Grider tt Dow's Adams-street tract, on Adams street. Twenty-seventh street, Twenty-eighth street. Twenty-ninth street. I>ots all 50 feet front corners t>s feet; 15 minutes to the busi ness center by Central avenue or Maple avenue electric cars; a blocks of Main street cara and only 5 blocks of Grand avenue cable road. Streets will all be graded; to have cement walks and curbs: shade trcea planted. An un desirable class of houses will not be allowed. Price, $'200 and up. 1 Km' I buy till you see this property. Free carriage to tract. For maps, price list and full particulars call on GRIDER A DOW, 10!»H S. Broadway. 3-18 4t ptl OVER AT OXCK AND SEE THE BEAU- V I tifnl new winding lake half a mile long, now nearly full of water, and buy one of those large sightly lots overlooking the handsome city park, the Hollenbeck; gctln on thechoice; lots are selling off rapidly; now is the time to buy one cheap before pricosadvance; a limited number will be sold at very low-down prices if applied for soon; ten minutes from business center by First-street cable road; the proposed new electric road passes through center of tract, fall on WORKMAN & GARLAXI), 207 • ■ . ti Broadway. 3-17 at FOR BALF.-DUNKIN A PRINTZ, BROKERS and dealers In real estate, 12ft 1 * W". Second at., telephone 405, 1-os Angeles, Cal. city and country property bought and sold; bargains in improved and unimproved ranches. 2-3 tl fIOOO— 7-room house and lot, snap. 1400—5-roora house and lot, w. Twenty-first street. $2000—4-roora house and lot. Wall street. ft. ti. WALKER & CO.. $-18-81 100 South Broadway. ifWl CAoS — LARUE LOT AND 1M- JjTSHI'JIP provements, will rent at 0100 monthly; 11111 at, close in; owner is sacrific ing this property in order to make quick sale; price in full, $10,000. Apply to B. WHITE. 221 W. First st 3-18 tf I pOR~SALE—HOMESTEAD IN* FINE LOCA tton; parties must go east and will sell or trade at a bargain. Call at once on STOVER & OLIVER, 124% 8. Spring, room 1. 1-12 tf I "Tor sale or rent—o-room modern two-story house on W. Pico St.; large grounds; new and convenient. MARKS d: LEVY, 846 B. Spring st. 3-18 tf IJ*6b" SALE — FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE ON., r Twelfth St., Alvarado Heights. Address' Owner, 1218 W. Twelfth st. 3-13 7t SELL I HE EARTH. 12-25 if R. s. BABBETT, Pomona, Cal. FOR Ssl.K-CtHINTIIY I'UOI'KBTY. TTOR BALK—THI WHOLE OF "SECTION 23, V tp. !> north, range 15 west, Antelope val ley. Kern county; No. 1 toil, level, no alkali, at.-flOper acre; will sell half section. Also N.E. U uf sect! n 25, tp. 24 south, range 20 phki ( Tulare county; No. 1 soil, level, no alkali, at $15 per aero; title perfect; each one worth $100 per acre. N. G. SEIBEL, 715 Howard st., San Francisco, Cal. 3-13 7t FOR "SALE—200 ACRES OF AS FINE ClT rus and deciduous fruit land in the neigh borhood, adjoining East Whittieron'tlie south: for sale in 10 acre tracts and upward, terms one-fourth cash, balance on tiBM ai low inter est : the above-named piece being a part of the POO-acre tract Of the Colima tract. For partic ulars call and see or address SANCHEZ BROS., Los Nlctos. 2-21 lm IM)R SALE—I 2 ACRES OF EXCELLENT land and a2-story house at Highland Park; all modern improvements; the house alone costsBoCo; title perfect; will sell at once for $8500; what excuse have you got for tiol jump ing at this bargain? Address TITLE, box 50, this office. IfiOß SALE—GARDENA ! GARDEN AI GAR -1 dena! Snap; choice land as any in coun try; half mile from Gardena depot; best place to raise berries in winter: frostless; water eight feet; will sell cheap on easy terms. JOHN L PAVKOViCH, sole agent,' room 15, 211 W. First. 1-14 tl 1710R SALE—I 7 ACRES OF FINE LAND. ALL _T set to navel oranges, 5 years old. Plenty of water. This is the linest'thing in the state, and can be bought for $300 per acre, and in the choice citrus section oi the country, We will be pleased to show this. STOVER & OLI VER, 124% S. Spring st., room 1 2-1 tf I"" F VOC ARE AN ACTUAL SETTLER AND want 20 or more acres of the best alfalfa j and deciduous fruit laud on earth, st iromsls to $40 per acre, easy terms, where water is plenty and cheaper titan fog, call and bring I yuur friends. CALIFORNIA COLONIZATION CO., 201-202 nrauoury block. ss-vi> tt I7"0R SALE—I7O ACRES FINE ORANGE, 1 vine or olive lHnd, adjoining the celebrated 1 Vsehe wintry at Brookside, near Redlauds, this is the very choicest land In that neighbor hood in themarket; allorptut; price, $12,500; t termseasy. For particulars see A. C. GOLSH, 147 S. Broadway. 8-30 tf IjJOR SALE—S3SO CASH, $900 ON TIME, will btiy 5 acres of the best land, 12% 1 shares of best water right, and the best location j for a home in Southern California, only ti miles from the court house; house and barii on the place. Address, 11. W. WHITEHoUSE, city. 2-1 S ii FOX SALE—LIVE STOCK. S&B sale - i hoick! fresh coVsVa'lsoi gentle harness aud saddle marc. 725 W. Washington street. 3-14 7t FOX HALE—MISCELLANEOUS TXIR SALE—A NICE COTTAGE TO BE I moved off the lot. 1530 Bridge st, Brook lyn Heights. 3-17 7t 1" 7*o R SALE—FURNITURE OF 5-ROOM ? house for sale. 219 N. Hill St. 3-18 St FViR -ALE—OI l> PAPERS IN QUANTITIES to suit, at this office, EDUCATIONAL. TXTOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226 a VV Spring St., the oldest, largest and finest equipped commercial school in Southern Cali fornia: a thorough course in the commercial branches and banking; a superior and suc cessful shorthand and typewriting department and a practical English course: new college rooms, perfectly lignled and ventilated; elec trlo elevator for pupils' use; new furniture and appliances; open all the year; pupils received at any tine: illustrated catalogue and full in formation free. G. A. HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER, vice-president. 5-4 ly I _ OS"ANGELEB~BI3"SINESS COLLEG~E j AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL. (Incorporated), 144 South Main street. Largest and best equipped business training schnol on the coast. Thorough and practical courses in the commercial, shorthand, type writine,. telegraphy, assuying and all English branches. Large, able and mature faculty of instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Call at office or write for elegant catalogue. E. F. SIIRADER, president; F. W. KELSEY, vice-president; I. L INSKEEP, sec retary. 9-10 ly TIToDERN SHORT HAND, SLOAN-DU -IVI plovan short hand nnd type-writing in stitute opens March 12, 1894, at 142 S. Main st. Sioan-Duployan system, simplest, easiest and most legible system In the world. Speed of 125 words per minute guaranteed in three mouths or money refunded. Tuition $15. Students entering first week $35, full course. WM. L. TIDBALL* president. 3-2 lm M~ RS. LOTTIE D. WILLARD (LATE I'RlN clpal Musical Institute, Seattle, Wash.,) music studio, 341 S.Hill st; vocal cultuie, piano, guitar, office hours, tto l-l a.m., and 3to 5 p.m. Beginners Uuigllt by Mathews's method, involving ear training, technic accord nu to Mason's system, and writing music he fore reading it. Voices tried free. 3-18 lm 171ROBEL INSTI'I UTE—CASA Hi. ROSAS— X 1 Adams street, corner Hoover. Will begin Becond quarter January 8, 1894. Circulars sent and all information given upon applica tion. MRS. CAROLYN M. N. ALDEN, Casa de Rosas. 9-27 tf QC HOOL FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING AND O elocution. Classes every day and Monday and Friday evenings. Apply to MISS NAOMA ALI KEY, room 1:., 220 S. Spring. PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. I'VaTE VI~FOlfl tries obtained, bought and sold; trade murks, copyrights, etc, by 8. J. DAY' & CO, pat ent attorneys, room 231 Bradbury building, Los Angeles, Cal. 1 28 If IJATEN'rs AND PENSIONS PROCURED Without advance fees. Main offices, Wash idgton, D. C.; branch, 324% 8. Spring st , l.os Angeles, Cal. W. FITZGERALD & CO. 3-d lm HAZARD,!. TOWNSENdIrOOM 91,DOWNEY block, lei. 347, Los Angeles. 11-21 ti PENSIONS. niANTED - ALL 807,01 ERB WHO^'IAVK II not yet applied for a pension under yew law to call at branch office, 324% S. Spring st., 1-os Angeles; main offices in Washington, D. C. W. FITZGERALD & CO. S-li 1 m T OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF'iIUSIC and Arts; open all the year. MRS. EMILY' J. VALENTINE, president; Y. M. C. A. build ing, Broadway and second nu, 8-14 ly 11l SINKHS OPPORTUNITIES. *pOR SALE— |g— $500—10-room lodging house, close In. $1100—aa-room lodging house, close iv. $825—0-room lodging house. SHOO Cigar atore, big bargain. (M-tO— Dairy, la cows, 2 horses, etc. $1500—Orocery, big bargain. $2000-Grocery doing good business. N. H. WALK KR A CO., 3-18-4t 100 South 11 roadway. 10 IMiI NO HODBEB FOR SALE~B V j tt WHITE, 941 W. First st. Read my ad in Times. Hi rooms, $30t>. I V 8 rooms, $850. 11 rooms, MAO. ! 40 rooms, $ 1 800. 17 rooms, $1550. j l(i rooms. $050. 31 rooms, $1800. 50 rooms, $4000 Apply to B. WHITE, 2tl W. First st 3-11 tf ITiOR SALE—A 22-ROOM LODGING HOUSE, JT 3 blocks from city Hall; newly fnrntahed ; all rooms occupied; splendid location; owner going east. Here is an excellent opportunity for a bargain. Full investigation solicited. Address "Ist. Louis," box 50, Herald. 3-7 tf "tirANTED— prRTNEU; «120(); TO TAKE »> charge of a business clearing $300 a month: $800 cash, balance as It ts made out of the business; owner has other business to at tend to: this is a chance seldom offered. J. WALSH A CO., 321S 8. Spring sL 8-18 2t I"~KoR~8 ALE—OHE"OF - rHE BEST PAYING grocery stores in Uie cltv; es abllshed for years; must be sold on account of sickness; will be sold at $300 less than what slock will invoice; price $1000. J. WALSH A CO., 321', 8. Spring st. 3-18 2t fJv)R~B ALE —HALF INTEREST IN A GOOD A 1 paying, well established commission business; will guarantee to clear $100 per month each; investigate this chance. J. WALSH A CO., 3211, S. Spring st. 3-18 2t COAU HAY AND GRAIN dP.)»)U yard, well located: lung lease; low rent; pays well; bargain ii sold this day. Ap ply to B. WHITE, uA W. First st. 3-17 41 T/OR~SALE—FISTi BUTTER AND EGG P store, having big trade in milk, croain ! and bakery goods; aplended location; price ! $250. Apply at 837 S. Broadway. It tk-IAfIfI—C&AHOB FOR A DOCTOR IN A rf I IUUU practice clcuring over $400 per month. Eye, ear and throat man preferred. M. I)., box 40, this office. 3-18 at ijiFITsALE— GOOD PAYING RESTAURANT F at your own price, if reasonable offer is made, as I mustleave. Enquire at 200 E. FIRST STREET. 3-18 2t \\ T ANTED— PARTNER IN OLD ESTAB »v lishcd reataurant, doing good trade. Ad dress "RESTAURANT," box 30, Herald office. 3-18-31 J>'><\/\—LODGING HOUSE OF 18 ROOMS; 3NHFV never such a bargain offered before. Apply at once to B. WHITE, 221 W. First sU 3-0 If d£.)A/|— WANTED - PARTNER IN A RES HT—IWJ tauraut, doing a tine business. J. WALSH A CO., 321', 8. Spring »U 318 2t tjM>R _ SALE—1 IitOCERY STORE AND FIX ' tures; tine trade; owner leaving city. 347 E. First st. 3-0 ltn CIGAR - STORE BARGAIN TODAY. 3pß. WHITE, 221 West First street. 3-11-tf ON'T FORGET TO SEE STOVER A OLIVER, 124J, a Spring, for business chances. 12-17 tf CONFECTIONERY AND BRANCH dF—W bakery. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 3-13 tf iTsELL VOUR~ BUS IN K.-i.S~T'ROMPTLY FO~R — cash go to B, WHITE, 221 W. First Bt. 2-13 if li>0 R BALE-slso~Git 01'ERyT~G0O D LOCA -1 TION, 1219 North Main st. 3-15 7t CHANCE OF A LIFETIME—READ THE great coupon offer in this paper. PHYNII'IANS. MRS. DR.J. lI."SMITH, SPECIALTY, Mil? wlfcrv. Ladles eared for during conrlne i ment at 72? Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly intended to. Telephone 1119. ti- •ti UONTKACTIIKS. CONRAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMIN ous and asphalt paving; 237 W. First st. THE BICYCLE ROAD RACE. A List of What the Winners Will Re ceive aa Prlaos* The following are the prizes for tbe 9% mile bicycle road race to be run next Saturday afternoon, April 7tb. at 4 p.m.: For best time, gold watch ; second, one pair Palmer tires; third, cyclometer; fourth, opera glasses; fifth, cigar-holder; sixth, box cigars; seventh, pair kid gloves. For first place, ticket to midwinter fair; second place, bicycle suit; third, Morgan & Wright tires; fourth, oak library chair; fifth, league badge; sixth, cyclometer; seventh, field glasses; eighth, scarf pin; ninth, cigar holder; tenth, bicycle lamp; eleventh, fob chain ; twelfth, bicycle lamp; thirteenth, match case; fourteenth, razor; fifteenth, card case; sixteenth, gold watch chain ; sev enteenth, table lamp; eighteenth, box cigars; nineteenth, pipe and case; twentieth, alarm bicycle bell; twenty first, box cigars: twenty-second, shoe polishing set; twenty-third, book Songs of the Sea; twenty-fourth, bicycle cap; twenty-fifth, repair outfit; twenty-sixth, Indian clubs; twenty-seventh, bicycle bell; twenty-eighth, one dozen bottles (order) ;twenty-ninth,buxconfectionery ; thirtieth, bicycle look; thirty-first, pair pants guards; booby prize, cake 2x4. Special prize of a gold medal will be given by the East Side Cycling clnb to tbe ti ret of its members to finish, also a prize for best time among club mem bers. These , rizes will be on exhibit at 222 South Spring street after Monday, March 19tb. Some of the fastest riders of the state will participate. Both the start and finish can be wit nessed by the public from the Eaat Side park. BASEBALL. The Stare Defeat the Pacifies. The Stars defeated the Pacificß by a score of 11 to 4 at the First street grounds yesterday afternoon. The feat ure of the game was the short stop work of "Buck" Franks and tbe playing of Claneey at third base. The eoore was: pacifies. X. li. It. B.H. P.B. P.O. A. X. Sepulveda, of 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 denser, rf 1 1 1 0 9 0 ] Moore, ss 6 110 0 9 3 Rhodes, 2b 4 O O O 2 2 1 Collins, If 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 Van Horn, 3b 4 1 0 0 1 2 ti Boxers, If 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 Lewis, C 8 0 0 0 3 1 1 Tyler, p 4 O 1 0 1 4 0 Total 39 4 5 0 24 11 14 STABS. AD. B. Bit. SB. PO. A. K. Thomas, of 4 1112 0 1 Franks, 68.S 5 1 2 4 10 5 2 Kutz.rf 5 0 3 0 1 0 0 Chapman, c 8 1 2 0 5 5 1 Cummimrs, 3b 4 0 1 1 0 3 1 Smith, 2b 4 J J J 1 2 0 C. 1 homas, p 5 1 1 1 0 0 o X Chapman, It 4 O 0 0 2 0 0 Bland, lb 4 0 0 0 6 2 Totals 40 5 11 8 37 15 7 SCORE B? INNINGS. 123468789 Stars 4 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 x-U Pacifies 2 0000011 0-. 4 SUMMARY. Two-base hits-Chapman. Struck out—By Thomas, 4; by Tyler, 2. Bases on balls-Off Tyler, 4; off Thomas. 2. Double plays—Jummlngs to Franks to Bland. Umpire—Mr. Allen. Scorer—T. B. Kutz. Chamberlain's CoUgh Remedy gives the best satisfaction of any cough medi cine I handle, and as a seller leads all other preparations in this market. I recommend it because it is the best medicine I ever handled for coughs, colds and cronp. A. VT. Baldridob, Millersville, 111. For tale by O. F. Ilein zeman, 222 Nortn Main, and Off & Vaughn, Fourth and Spring streets. For a good table wine order our Sonoma Zinfandel atsoc per gal. T. Vac be & Co., Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309. PHYLLIS RANKIN NOW A BRIDE The Pretty Actress Weds a " Property Man." McKee Rankin, Her Father, Strongly Opposed the Union. She Accepts • Houiblit Man In Prefer once to a Phllldelphla Million aire—A. Secret Star- The announcement has been made of the marriage of Mite Phyllis Rankin, daughter of McKee Rankin and sister of Mra. Sydney Brew, to a man named Gibbs. The marriage was a secret and waa disclosed by a row in the Drew theatrical company while playing an en gagement at Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Rankin, the young lady's lather, ( hae been playinK an engagement at the Barbank theater is thia city for several weeka. Mrs. Rankin and daughter Phyllis left this city several months ago for tbe east, where they again joined tbe Drew company. When McKee Rankin left the Drew troupe in San Francisco and came south with a newly organized company of his own, his daughter's husband was with him. Mr. Uibbs was only a "property man" in the company, yet he wan ti.e fair Phyllis, heart and hand, against a Philadelphia rival who is worth a cool million. Tbe proposal was made at San Diego ; at least, Mr. Uibbs asked Phyllis' fath er's consent at that city, bnt Mr. Rankin was strongly opposed to the match and refused to entertain tbe mat ter. The couple drifted east, where, tbe telegraph informs us, they were married at Charleston, 8. C. When a Herald reporter called to see Mr. Rankin at tbe Burbank last evening be was crying like a boy, and could not speak of the marriage. Few spectators at tbe performances of Lights o' London who saw Mr. Rankin in tho leading role, knew that he was suffering witb sorrow. He had just received a telegram from bis wife in Philadelphia .V. ... 01,.,, ...... v..v ...... „JU .J ~,Vj 1 O 11, search of her daughter and husband, Mr. Gibbs, but bad got no trace of them. Mr. Rankin was opposed to the union, and the thought; tbat bis daughter would go against bis wishes acted upon his tender heart as though it were a woman's. The following telegram to the San Francisco Chronicle explains the situa tion : A n.ANTA, Ot,, March 14, —Pretty Phyl lis Rankin, sister of Mrß. Sidney Drew, is the central figure in a matrimonial sensation in tbe Drew company. Miss Rankin was secretly married to a man named Gibbs, who baa been property man for the Drew company. When the company reached Charleston Gtbbs end Miss Rankin went quietly to a magis trate and were officially made man and wife. They succeeded in keeping their marriage % secret until night before la?', when the company showed inColumbue. There it haa trouble with the manager, who wanted pay for a canceled engage ment, and Sidney Drew was in anything but a pleasant frame of mind. He made it decidedly unpleasant for everybody abont, and naturally Gibbs* position brought bim in for the lion's share of abuse. "Here, I won't stand it," s£id hs st last, "I'm your brother-in-law, and you might as well realize it right now." He then told of his marriage to Drew's sister-in-law, expecting to mollify that gentleman, but was promptly dis charged. Mr. and Mrs. Gibba left tbe company and it is supposed tbey went to New York. Mrs. Gtbbs' mother ar rived bere today, possibly to patch up a peace. THE UNEMPLOYED. The Honest Workers Who Bear an Address. Tbe second regiment of the Industrial army, beaded by A. Vinnett, yesterday marched up to Illinois hall on Broad way. A lecture on Nationalism was de livered by John Robeon in which he ex plained tbe objects of the proposed party to ameliorate the condition of the work ingmen. Among tbe auditors were Mrs. Alex and Theodore Pintber, who were prominent in the mass meeting held on the previous evening. In all there were about 85 men who attended tbe services and they were a well conducted, orderly body of men who evidently were ready first and fore most to provide bread for their families and patiently wait until something could be done to make provision to give them work at wages. It was expected that the invitation which was extended to ail who were present at the mass meeting on Saturday night wonld have been more generally accepted by the crowd of 500 men who were present, and as only 85 men turned up for work, the workers themselves now feel that it would be a good idea to gather in the idle, roving element who do not turn up for work at the First street cut this morning and make them work, even if it is in the chain-gang. The honest un employed workmen recognize that tho hobo element are of no use to them, but rather a handicap, and they want to be disassociated from them. CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. Read What la Said of "Glimusea," the Herald's Gift to Ita Readers. The following letters sbow in what high esteem Glimpses of America is held by people who have seen this remarka ble work of art: From Gen. F. E. Boothby, G. P. A., Maine Central railroad.: I must say tbat I am immensely pleased with Glimpses of America. It is a mnch finer work in every way than I had an ticipated. Truly, tbe delay in getting it out, of which you speak so regrettingly, is more than compensated by the artis tic work which your printers have put into tbe book, and it gives me the great est of pleasure to say this little in com mendation of tbe work. From Hon. Geo. H. Daniels, G. P. A., New York Central and Hudson River railroad: I beg to acknowledge receipt of your beautiful book entitled Glimpses of America, which iB both, from a liter ary and artistic standpoint, one of tbe finest books I have ever examined. I heartily congratulate you upon the suc cessful culmination of your (treat work. A Twenty-Dollar Girt, Read the great coupon offer in the Herald today. The views in "Glimpses Of America" are well worth $20. Be sute and Bave your coupons. Tbey are as good ac gold coin. 250 envelopes, SOc; >4 rm writing paper, 25c Laagttadter, 214 W. Second, Hollenbeck hotel. THE SHOOTING BURGLAR. A Man Arreateil on Suspicion of Being; Carson's Assailant. Deputy Sheriff Slanker of Pomona ar rested a man in that town yesterday on suspicion of bsing the burglar who shot Rev. AnOrew Carson at Whittier last Saturday morning. The man had a cut on his head and oould give no satis factory account of himself. As the burglar who did the shooting was thought to have been injured in the struggle, it is quite likely tha officers have the right man. He will be brought to the city this morning for an investi gation. Sheriff Ciine's three deputies were still on a hunt for the horse which the burglar stole and rode away upon after be shot the minister. Sheriff Cline had received no additional information. The condition of Mr. Carson yester day morning was more dangerous than it had been since he was shot. It is thought he never will recover. ABOUT "POSTAL CLERKS. • TWIViTT ii ttit 17(9 TV rnnp TK.C'n •wi*Yu Awl iiuo i 111 & At/OA" OFFICE WOEK POINTED OU V. A Rill Before Congress to Classify the Labor—Compensation to Be Fixed lv Aocurdauoe With the Ser. Tiers Performed. • For a number of years past the post office clerku of the conntry have been struggling to have their pay regulated in an established manned, so that this essential matter should no longer be at the whim of a fourth grade clerk in the department nt Washington. A national organization has been perfected, and a number of the heads of tbe postoffice de partment are giving the matter excellent assistance. A number of congressmen also are rendering every assistance pos sible. Before the Hon. 8. 8. Cox, a member of congress from New York, died, he made a full and searching in vestigation of all matters relating to classification and compensation of all claaseß in the mail service, and he there upon became the recognized leader in all movements looking to bettering the service. Had he lived the end aimed at would have been reached long ago, and the vast and rapidly increneing postal service of the country would have been taken out of the domain of chance, which in too many instances is mixed up where reasonable business ideas should prevail. .-. It seems strange that in a progressive age and the wonderful expansion of the country, that the pou to dice department, the moat sensitive of all and the nearest in touch with the people everywhere, shoftld cling to the methods and forms o* 00 years ego, and in some respects mn still in the ruts of a century. So Mr. Oox found things and he undertook to bring about a change. He found and declared that "poßtoffice clerics receive less pay, work more hours and perform more onerous and indispensable duties than perhaps any other official in the government service." A bettering of the conditions has been urged by every postmaster-general for the laßt 20 years. The present post master-general, Bissell, in his last an nual report, says on this point: 'Ta this connection I desire to record my opinion that certain classes of clerks in first nnd second-class pos'toflices are in adequately compensated." A bill ie now before congress known as H. B. 50, which has been carefully pre pared so as to cover all points, and it has been unanimously reported upon favor ably by the house comm'ttee on post offices and post roads, and if the meas ure receives the moral support of those who have a direct interest in it, together with sufficient congressional influence, it will probably become a law at thia session. The clerka allected by the proposed legislation number about 10,000—quite a respectable little army—and they seem to be pushing with considerable energy. While it ie an undisputed fact that Borne parts of the great machinery of the postal department of the govern nent has been managed with skill by men of ad vancement and ideas, men alive to every change that will reduce the labor and increase the advantageous results of the service uuder tbem, there are still some branches where there is a rigid clinging to old forms, almost i reverent regard for early traditions when services were graded and pay allotted as in the days of the post chaise and stage coach. Business of every kind has been un dergoing a constant revolution since then, but tbe evolution has stopped short where it ought to have had its moßt thorough demonstration in its bureau of salaries and allowances in the past office department. There are many things indefinite and uncertain in this department and the matter of gross ine qualities of salary is what the' bill pro poses to cure, and ia by no means a de mand for greater appropriations and consequently higher pay all along the line. As Btrange as the statement may ap pear, it is nevertheless a fact that under the law as it new stands, and in its old age palsy appears at times, a Binvrle clerk in tha postmaster general's department has the entire say in the allowances for clerk hire and other expenses for every postoflice iv the country. Postmaster General Vilas called thia " guess work," as there is absolutely no law or legal representative classifying clerks and rat ing suiariea according to services ren dered. Caprice alone rules and as always in such cbsob the high , |ialariee go to the places where tne least service is required—and inefficiency is recognized while those who do the hardest work and where tbe responsibility is greatest, get the least pay. The millions appropriated an nually by congress go this way, distribu tion being made by a fourth-class clerk in the office of tbe first assistant post master general. In every department of the govern ment, and it is commanded by law, ex cept with poatoffice clerks, a day's work is eight hours for six days, with from 15 to 30 days' vacation each year, with pay. No such privilege is allowed a post office clerk; seven days a week, of Irotu 9 to 10 hours each, excepting Sunday, four hours; if a "lay-off" is taken, the clerk must pay for a sub. The salaries of these clerks range from $40 to $60 per month, tbe duty constant and responsi ble and the public exacting. A fiction of law allows each clerk a vacation of 15 days aunually, with pay. The reality iB they got no lay-off whatever without paying for it. There certainly would seem to be a reasonable degree of merit in tbe re quest of these clerks which would re ceive the attention of congress. For Over Fifty Years Mas. Winslow'B Sootujsu Byhup haa been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, ourea wind colic, and !■ the beat remedy for diar licea, T""fcnty-flve cents a bottle. NEWS FROM NEARBY TOWNS [Continued from Third Pas*.] ing plans to oope with the army of un employed now on tbeir way from Loi Angeles, and who are expected to ar rive here about Monday evening next. Heretofore similar bands of men have been fed and assisted to obtain trans portation over tbe railroads to eastern points, but this body of 800 men is so large that tbe authorities are fearful lest they will be unable to provide food for them or transportation; unless ths railroads come to their assistance it will be impossible for them to cross the hun dreds of miles of desert to tbe eastward wjthout suffering great hardship and in many cases starvation. Contrary to many rumors those op posed to the Sunday closing ordinance made no effort to keep open today, every business house in the city being closed. It ie, bower, understood that a meeting has been held by the cigarmeu to discuss the situation. COLTON. Nominations for City Trustees — I.ooel Netri Notes. Colton, March 18. —Petitions are ont nominating M. Gilbert, S. M. Goddard, £. A Pettijohn and 8. Weatherholt for city trustees, to be eleoted on the Dtb of April. These gentlemen all have tbe endorsement of the Citizens' water committee, which ia sufficient evidence of tbeir favorable attitude toward any proposition tho ultimatum of whicu will be ownership of the city's water by tbe city. The excellent programme prepared by Chairman West of the District Sabbath School convention was fully carried out at the Baptist church Wednesday even ing, resulting in a most profitable even ing to those interested in Sunday school work. A public lecture will be given at So* ciety hall next Wednesday evening by Senator McOowan of Eureka, grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias, under whose auspices he lectures. A union service will be held in the M. E. church, Tuesday evening, under the auspices of the W. C. T. U., in com memoration of General Meal Dow's nine tieth birthday. Mr. George Cooley is at San Francisco taking in the midwinter. Miss Margaret Suddetb, managing ed itor of the Union Signal, Chicago, ar rived in the city yesterday and will visit her parent, Dr. Suddeth on the Ter race. A programme for a May day enter tainment is in preparation by the pupils of the public Bchoolt for the coming of tbe Fourth. Some choir attractions are in store, bo we are told. A fair sized audience greeted Richard & Pringle's minstrels at the city ball laet evening, which was well rewarded lor their presence, in inn and frolic, Mr, Charles Bean was in the city Wednesday. Mr. Bean is an extensive property owner in 00l ion ana expressed himself as well pleased with the condi tion the water question is assuming and anticipates a prosperous boom as a re sult ol the consummation of the present contract with tbe water company. The employees of the Southern Pacific were made happy by tbe arrival of tha pay car last Wednesday. RIVERSIDE. Company Ci Inspection — Plenty of Uuhoi. KivEitsiDE, March 18. — Fifty men of Company C stood tip in lino to he in spected by Major Drift! 1 last evening, only three failing to answer to their names at the roil call. The company made a most ezcelent ehowing and ac quitted themselves with grace in tbe execution of the manual of arms. A number of citizens, including several of tbe gentler sex, were permitted to sea the boys perform. The fruit exchange is making large shipments every day and yet report from 30 to SO car loads behind its orders in shipping. Prices are advancing in the eastern markets and prospects for the standing crop are bright. An action waa commenced yeaterday in the superior court by Samuel H. Ames againet Joseph Jarvie, S, Laßue, tbe Pacific bank, Bank Commissioner Dunemore et al. to foreclose mortgages securing notes agregating some $3500. The auit of the Florida Water com pany va. Mary Webster has occupied the attention of Judge Noya eeveral days thia week, many witnesses being in at tendance from the vicinity of San Ja cinto and Florida. Four hoboa were put through the mill at the police court yesterday. Most of them were given five daya and one twice that time for evading payment of railroad fare. Borne of these "gents of tbe road" have become quite insolent lately, one going so far as to collar a citizen on his way home the other even ing and demand money, and they in variably have no use for work, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Church, old ac quaintances of Mrs. Claude Hancock of Fifteenth street, are late arrivals from Kryhslown, Ind. They expect to locate' somewhere in Southern California. SANTA BARBARA. And the I'rograiiune for the Flower Fes tival. The programmes for the annual flower festival at Santa Barbara have been is sued. This popular and successful en talnment will open April 25, for three days, and will be divided as follows: Wednesday, 25th — Exhibition of fruits aud flowers in the pavilion after noon and evening and forenonn of Thursdry, under the auspices of the floriculture! and Horticultural associa tion. Thursday afternoon, 26th—Grand floral procession of decorated floats, car riages, carts, equestrians, etc., to be im mediately followed by tbe bataille de fleurs and the distribution of prizes. Evening—Grand Illumination of the corso and tribunes and review of the floral procession. Friday evening, 27th—Grand flower festival ball at the pavilion. The programmes are very pretty and tastefully gotten up. Tbe trustees of the association are Or. Richard J. Hall, Mr. Charles F. Eaton, Mr. Joseph Per kins, Mr. Fairfax H. Wheelan, Mr. Isaac R. Baxley, Mr. Clinton B. Hale, Mr. R. Kinton Stevens, Mr. Emil 0. Roeder, Mr. Wm. W. Burton. A severe rheumatic pain in the left shoulder had troubled Mr. J. H. Loper, a well known druggist of Das Moines, la., far over six months. At times tbe pain was bo severe that he could not lift any thing. With all he could do he could not get rid of it until be applied Cham berlain's Pain Balm. "I only made three applications of it," be says, "and bave since been free from all pain." He now recouamendn it to all persona simi larly afflicted. It ia for sale by C. F. Heiozeman, 222 North Main, and Off & Vaughn, Fourth aud Spring streets.