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THE FIRST GUN TONIGHT THE DEMOCRATS WILL HOLD AN INITIAL MEETING. it Will Km Addreeeed by Tf. A. Byan and Other Able Speakers—A Meeting- on Thure day Night. This evening the city campaign will be opened in the S. I. M. B. hall, Buena Vieta Btreet, between Ord and Alpine streets. Among the epeakera will be W. A. Ryan, Ralph Dominguez, George Kuhrta, Le Compte Davis, F. A. Mauri cio, R. McKnight. William Rigga, A. G. Monroy, E. G. Taylor, A. G. Sanchez and othera. The meeting promiaea to be a brilliant one, and a splendid enter tainment haa been arranged. WITHDRAWALS OF CANDIDATES. The light for the mayoralty baa been narrowed down to four candidates, W. H. Workman and John R. Croea having withdrawn from the race. The with drawals were made Monday night, just before the time allowed by law expired, and created aome comment on the atreet and around the city hall yesterday. The candidates now in the race to atay are W. A. Rvan, Democrat; Frank Rader, Republican; E. C. Schnabel, Populiat, •nd Henry T, Hazard, Independent Republican. Other withdrawals have been made as follows: Mr. Waldron, Ponnliat candidate for city treaaurer; Mr. Brown, candidate for councilman, Second ward; George E. Wiee, Republican candidate for board of education, Eighth ward; Mr. Cleve land aad Mr. Chandler, candidates for councilman and board of education in tbe Ninth ward. Mr, Boßbyshell, the Democratic nom inee for councilman in the Third ward, withdrew from the Prohibition endorse ment, but not from tbe Democratic nomination. DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS. Headquartere of the Democratic city central committee have been established in the New Wilson block, corner o! Spring and Firat niroets. Rooniß 300, 310, 311, have been fitted up, and Wil liam Mead, chairman of tbe campaign committee, and J. H. Melviil, the genial secretary, will alwaye be found in at tendance to furnish information, ALL ARE INVITED. The issues .nf the city campaign will will ba diecuaeed tomorrow evening at Washington gardene, Main and Nine teenth etreeta. Among the epeakera will be W. A. Ryan, Democratic nomi nee for mayor, L. Subofield and George D. Peaaell. In addition there will be other well-kuown speakers. The com mittee baa made elaborate arrange ments for tbe entertainment of gueata and all are invited. THE RVAN MEETING. The friendß of Wm. A. Ryan, candid ate for mayor, wbo are deairoua of se curing hia election, are requested lo meet tonight in Judge Seaman's court room at 8 p. m.. for the purpose of or ganizing tbe Wm. A. Ryan club. It will be non-political in character and devoted to the election of Wm. A. Ryan ■a mayor of Lcb Angeles. For a pain in the side or cheat there is nothing ao good ac a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain'a Pain Balm and bound on over tbe seat of pain. It affords prompt and permanent relief, and if used in time will prevent a cold from resulting in pnetimunia. This same treatment ia a sure cure for lame beck. For aale by Off Ai Vaughn, Fourth and Spring: C. F. Heinzeman, 222 N. Main, druggiata. .Democratic City Central Committee. The Democratic city central commit tee will meet at Caledonian hall, if.'. 8. Spring street, on Thursday, Novem ber 15, 189-1, at 7 :30 p. m. M. C. MAitsn, Chairman, J. H. Melvill, Secretary. Something New. Tbe young men of Grace M. E. church will give a musical and literary en tertainment ut . In.- church, on East First atroet, on Friday evening, the 16th. Admission 15 and 25 centa. After the programme refreshments will be served. JOTTINGS. Look st the responsible firms and horsemen : C A. Durlee, Walter Maben, D. R. Dwyer. Wells, Fargo Si Co., Cu.lahy Packing Co., Na tional ice Co., Los Angeles Fishing Co., Tufts- Lyons Arms Co., Maier Si Zobelein's brewery, Simon Maier and 10,000 others. All use and recommend Dr. Jariiatt's Texas Horse Lini ment. Try it: It is the best. ■ Wagner's Kimberley. 158 N. Main, opposite old court house. Specs and eye-glasses a specialty. Fine watch and jewelry repairing. Also diamonds and fine Jewelry at lowest figures. Wagner, the old re liable ieweler. Our Home Brew. Maior Si Zobelein's lager, fresh from their brewery, ou draught in all the principal sa loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office aud brewery, 414 Aliso street, tele phone 91. * * Stop Paying Rent by Building Through the Savings Fund and Building So ciety of Los Angeles. Monthly payments. Twcllth anuinl series new open. E, H. Grasett, secretary, room 1011 Wilson block, First and Spring. _ Mirrors, both French and German plate, can now be had at a great saving on former prices. French mirrors, both plain and beveled; also feveled plates made to order. All work guar, antced. 11. Raphael <i Co., 4-10 8. Spring 61. Orchardists, Look Out! Don't buy any Irees until you have consulted Jerome Caldwell, general agent Alexander & Hummnn's nurseries. Biggs, CaL Office, Natick house, Los Angeles. Theofhcj of the Los Angeles Cemetery Asso ciation ("Evergreen Cemetery") has removed to the Biadbiuy block, Third street aud Broad way, room 33U, third lloor. Take south eleva tor. The Finest Flavored Oysters In bulk and cans, 60 cents, full quarti; fine, fat end juicy. Cans, 50 cents. Discount to hotel! end restaurants. Fied Uanimau's Mott Market. Guitar Lessons. Spanish method, rapid and progressive, by Prof. Arevelo, room 12ti Wilson block. Fineest Fruits and Vegetables. Quinces %c fh. Kichardsou, Lowry <!i Co., 10!) East First street. Tel. 137-. Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's. Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 454-50 B. Broadway. Tc.epbone 427. Pe:iilumi Incubator Co. have opened at 231 S. ataUi. See Dr. K. D. Wise's classified advertisement ■ uderthe "Physicians." Buy the Whiiney make trunk and traveling bag. Factory 344 N. Maiu st. Wall paper, hang, lire roll. 323 6. fcpraig, SOCIETY There were over a thousand invita tions ieeued for the opening of the fall exhibition of the Art association, 110 Weat Second atreet, yesterday and aev eral hundred people responded. The rooms were well filled, both at the pri vate view in the afternoon and at the formal opening in the evening. The ad joining rooms that are occupied by the ecbool of art and design were also thrown open, and all were decorated with chrysanthemums and greens. Moat of the more important paintings were noticed at length in these colnmna last Sunday, and in addition to those mentioned there were several etchings by H. 0. Ford, a number of pastels in color, aud drawings in black and white i examplea oi wcod carving by John E! --i hottaml G. Tie'ze; a collection of decor j ated china by Mra. S. E. Poaev; some i decorative plaques by Miss J. Williams, i and a few choice specimens of rare Be nares ware, all of which were interest ; ing ami added variety to tbe paintings lin oil and water color which lined the j walls. The collection of old ateel en | gravlnga were alao reviewed on S-.ir.day | and deserve another mention as they are I not only interesting but rare and in moat ca * a early impreaaiona of world famous phjiea. Ifi the evening there was a most charming reception. Addreaeen were made by Senator Stephen M. White and Rev. Mr. Fletcher, and a well rendered muaicale followed. Full details ot the eveningwill appear in Sunday 'a Herald, AFTERNOON AT MRS. WELLS. A moat charming entertainment was that given by Mrs. G. Wiley Wells yesterday afternoon at her home on South Hill atreet, in honor of the Misses Ryan of Tropico. The gueete were all naked to bring fancy work, and aiter an hour of sewing and informal conversa tion, each lady waa given a pencil and paper and 30 minutea in which to write aa many Mother Goose rhymea as ahe could remember. The pencils il >w, and at tbe end of the half hour it v/aa dis covered that Mra. Hugh Vail had suc ceeded in jotting down 22 of those revered coupleta, for which clever per formance she waa given the firat prize, j a pitcher-shaped vaee of Poulton ware; : Mica Van Dyke won the aecond, a Bilver paper-cutter and letter-opener, with a "brownie" design; and Mra. Stevena the third, a pair of silver-mounted shell aide-comba. The rooms were artiatically decorated, and the afternoon a success in every way. Beaidea the hoateaa and the guests of honor there were present: Mmea. F. C. Howes, Sheldon Borden, C. C. Carpenter, Charlea Monroe, Karl B, Millar, Shirley Ward, Burnett, Ha l. Holiiday, John Havocs. J. F. Feck, Hopkina, A. C. Jonea, Ezra Stimaon, John T. Jonea, Francia J. Tbomaa, Thomas A. Lewis, William Bishop Perry, Modini-Wood, Stevena, Willard Stimaon, William Barker, Kelaey, Hugh Vail, Lindley, Duncan, Sumner P. Hunt, Ozro W. Childa. W. W. Stilson, Lee, and Misses Gwendolen Overton, | Hall, Page, Burnett. May McLellan, Widney, Waddilove, Klokke, Van Dyke Coreon, May Eaatou, Houghton, Cock ina, Martha Heinsch, Mary Banning, Groff, Frances Groff, Braly and Gray. RECEPTION MUSICALS. A reception mnaicale will be given at the reaidence of Mr. Bradner W. Lee, 1105 South Hope street, Friday, Nov. Kith, from 3 to 5 and from 8 to 11 p. m. for the benefit of the Firat Preebyterian Church. Mr. J. Bond Francisco, as sisted by Mies Anna D. Metcalf, Mra. Minette Winter, Mica Madge Rogera and others will play in the afternoon. All are cordially invited, RECEPTION DAY. Hereafter the "reception day" of those ladies living in that aection of tbe city known aa the Harper tract, will be the first and second Wednesday in each month. MONDAYS IN JANUARY, The Misses Ryan of Tropico will be at Hotel Westminster, Los Angeles, to re ceive their friends each Monday in Jan uary. ASSISTANCE LEAGUE. The Assistance league will meet this week with Miaa Van Dyke, 321 South Olive atreet, Saturday afternoon, No vember 17tb. MRS. SALE'S AT HOME. Mra. Howard M. Sale of 109 South Hill Btreet will give an at home on Wedneeday, the 21st, from 2 to 5 o'clgck. PERSONAL. P. West of Cornwall, England, is in the city, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tinssell of Santa Ana are guests at the Westminster. John M. Stimson of San Francisco was among the arrivals in the city yes terday. A. H. Gitmore of Auburn, Neb., a wealthy citizen of that place, ia at the St. Elmo. J. VV. Cox, a well-known horseman of Portland, arrived in the city yesterday and 19 at tbe St. Elmo. Mrs. B. E. Talcott and children have returned from their eaatern trip, which extended over two montha. J. W. Barlow of the United States army is staying at the Hollenbeck. He ie located at San Diego. Mrs. J. H. Reid and son of Victoria, B. 0„ arrived in the city yesterday and are at the New United States hotel. Mrs. Hicks and daughter and Mrs. Robertson and daughter of X ansas City, 'sho have come to Los Angeles to make it their home, are guests at the St. Elmo. Mr. E. St. Julian Cox, with several friends, last night commemorated the fortieth anniversary of his admission to the bar by a pleasant soiree at hie roome on Court atreet. T. H. B. Chamblin, J. D. McNab and P. T. Evana, prominent Rivereidere, are gueste of the Hollenbeck. Mr. Chamb lin is here in the interest of tbe South ern California Fruit exchange, the exec utive officers oi which will hold a pcs aion today. Bucklen's Arnica Balve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, saitrlieum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns aud all vkin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaraeteed to give perfect sat isfaction or money refunded. Price, lio cents per box. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, N. main street. Furniturei lorai TTNITED TRANSFER CO. makes a specialty Uof moving furniture and pianos at reason aule rales; also baggage. Single trunks 3oe; 2or more, special rates. Office 358 8. llroad way, u«ar City Hall. Tel. 1037. H.-«-eod ly LOS ANGELES HERALD* WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 14, 1894. A LUCKY PETITIONER. THE POLICE COMMISSION GRANTS A SALOON LICENSE. Commlsalonar Boabyshall Objaetsd. Chief Olass Wants a New Jail. Applications for Baloon l.leanaea. The police commission held its regular meeting at 10 o'clock yesterday morn ing. Commissioner Bradieh eras absent. Trie granting of a liquor license, to which Commissioner Boabyaholl strenu ously objected, and a revival of tbe foul condition of tbe city jail, were the moat important itema of intereat acted upon. The firat buaineaa to come before tbe commiaaion was the reading of the protest agninat the granting of a ealoon and wholeßale liquor licenae at 146 North Spring street, the applicant being Herman Markwalder. Commissioner lioebyahell was inclined to oppoae the granting of the licenae, while tbe mayor aud Commiaßioner Arnold did not enter any objection to the petition. Mr. Bosbyahell eaid tbe other two members should not force the licenae through, and wanted it contin ued UDtit tbe next eeeaion, when Com missioner Bradiab could he preaent. Hie objection waa that the protest waa signed by too ninny busineea meu and property owners in tbe vicinity. An other bone of contention waa that one or two of tbe signers to the protect bad withdrawn, which put a different aspect. Mr. Arnold moved that the application be granted on tbe original petition, but Mr. Bosbyahell aaid action had to be taken on the new application. The licenae was finally granted, Mr. Bosby ahell alone voting no. Mayor Rowan and Chief Glaaa were appointed a committee to look after the reward and pension fund, aa it ia a ques tion whether epecial officers ehould be assessed the same aa regular officers. Chief Glass called tbe attention of the commiaaion to the condition of the city prison, eapecially tbe cbaingang cell. He aaid it was foul, and that it was pos itively cruel and inhuman to confine prirouera in auch a place. The chief wa9 instructed to prepare a report allowing the needs of the jail and eend it in at the next session of the com mission. The report of the chief for the month of October showed a total of 517 arrests and 411 convictiona, and the enm of $763 in tinea and forfeitureß paid into tbe po lice courte. Tbe chief reported in the caee of the application of J. W. Henley for a ealoon license at the nortbweat corner of Main and Sichel atreeta, and Messrs. Arnold and Bosbyahell were appointed a com mittee to investigate. In the matter of the application of Felix Clevere, for a aaloon licenae at 226 Aliao street, tbe commiaaion granted it without a dissenting vote. Other partiea were granted and denied aa follows : Transfer of licenae of Geo. Kichenbeig, at 265 South Lob Angelea atreet, from Fred Hoppe; M. M. Siglie & Co., granted a licenae at 221 West Fourth atreet; Louia de George's appli cation for licenae at 641 New High Btreet denied; application of Hierholzer cc Crane, for reatnurant licence at 114 1 ,, and 127 Eaat Fifth Btreet, denied; and tbe application for liquor licenae granted. The following applications were re ferred to the chief for investigation: Lonergan & Lawrence, petition for li cenae at 120 and 122 Weat First atreet; D. T. Ames, license on San Pedro street, between York and Weat Twenty-third; license for aaloon of Frank Greaier, 060 Buena Vista atreet. The following persona applied for com missions aa special policemen in connec tion with their dutiea: Frank Hutching, Central park; Charlea Winaell, Echo park ; W. P. Meyers, Jamea Chambere, Weatlake park ; ThomaßMcGinley, New Vienno Buffet. ( Horace M. Vance applied for a posi tion on the police course. Filed. Pure air in your room when uaing Electric Oil heater. Fiirrev company. TALCOTT & CO. OF NEW YORK, PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN LOS ANGELES. The Leading Specialists Men ]NTolj Si Dollar Treatment UNTIL WE CURE YOU. We mean the above statement emphatically—it meansr.verybody, and 1b to show our sincerity, honesty andability to cure these diseases. Ol which we understand every feature. We have the largest practice in Southern California, acquired bj honesty, ability and moderate charges. Every Form of Sexual Weakness of Men, SSSffi^^ Badtreatmeni-quicklv cured. 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At the regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the board of trade yeaterday morning tbe preaident an nounced the appointment of the follow ing delegatea to the next session of the traoamiaeieaippi commercial congress, which convenes in St. I. mis on the 26th inetant: Meesta. J. M. Elliott, John R. Mathews, John M. Crawley and W. S. Allen. The following membera were elected : Caee & Smurr Stove company and J. M. SpanceocCo. Simpeon cV Hack Fruit company wne elected to membership to aucceed Simpson-Montgomery Fruit company, reaigned. The directors took official notice of the death of tbe late M. S. Baker, prea ident of the Baker iron works, who bad been connected with the board of trade ever since ita organization in 1883, and directed the eecretary to note upon the minutea of the meeting tbe deep regret with which they record tbe fact of hia death. A communication waa received from the secretary of the atate board of horti culture calling attention to the state fruit growers' convention, which will convene at Sacramento on the 20th in stant, and asking that tbe board of trade Bend a delegation to said conven tion. The matter waa referred to the preaident, with power to appoint dele gates. THAT TELEGRAPH SUIT. It Is Argued and Submitted Before Judge Hun. In the United Statea circuit court yeaterday afternoon, the caee of the Mercantile Trust company vs. the At lantic and Pacific Railroad company waa argued by couneel and aubmitted. Thia is tbe important suit in which the Postal Telegraph-Cable company ia ao closely concerned, and in which the Western Union Telegraph compay, through couneel, moved to compel the receivers appointed in tbe cause to honor the euperaedeas claimed to have been made, and to atay all proceedinge under tbe decree that was entered in favor of tbe Postal Telegraph-Cable company, until the final hearing of the appeal taken by tbe company in inter vention. It waa further aaked that until such final hearingand determination of the appeal tbe court ehould refrain from granting any of the relief deaired and prayed for in the petition of the Postal Telegraph-Cable company. VV. P. Gardner, of couneel for the Western Union company, and C. V. Lamme and W. H. Wilde, of counsel for tbe Poßtal Telegraph company, argued tbe motion at gieat length yes terday before Judge Roaa, after which, aa above stated, the caae waa submitted. Henry Wilson, tbe postmaster at Welshton, Florida, saya he cured a case of diarrhea of long standing in cix hours with one email bottleof Chambers lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. What a pleaaant aurpriae that muat have been to the sufferer. Such curea are not unusual with thia remedy. In many inetancea only one or two doses are required to give permanent relief. It can alwaya be de pended upon. When reduced with water it ie pleaaant to take. For aale by Off & Vaughn, Fourth and Spring; O. F, Heinzeman, 222 N. Main, druggista. If you have rooms to rent try the Herald "want columns." They bring results. Wall paper house of the coast, 328 S Bprlne LOCAL NOTES. Weather Baraan. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles November 13, 1894: :O0a. m. t)0 p. m. S3 M9 O Clear ii 'clear Maximum temperature, S4. Minimum temperature, 4a. Indications. Southern Csllfornla: Fair, nearly stationary wmnersturei light to Iresh, generally northerly The report of the city justice court for the month of October was filed with the city clerk yesterday, and shows a collection of (319 in fines. The Metropolitan Turf club, 126 W. Second st , makes a book daily on the San Francisco and Nashville races. ■ Di rect wire to room. Mrs. Chipmau, who wae run over and injured by a bicycle on Spring street Monday, desires to eincerely thank the bystanders for their kind attention and aßßietance at the time of the accident. Henry Seibert, the restaurant keeper, who waa arrested as he was about to leave the city, on a charge of attempting to defraud hiß creditors, was discharged by Judge Seaman yesterday morning. Last night a reception and opening exercises of the Los Angeles Conserva tory and School of Art and Design tcok place at tho conservatory under the management of M rp. Emily Valentine. The attendance was good, and the occa sion was greatly enjoyed, tbe programme being an attractive one aud well carried out. Mr. J. H. W. Pattison write* to the Herald in regard to the item, "A Seri ous Charge," which was printed yester day morning, in which mention is made of a probate case. Mr. Pattison etates that there is a suit againßt him, brought by Missouri relatives, in department four of the superior court, involving all tha matters referred to in the petition mentioned yesterday. He adds: "I hope my friends and all others will hold their judgments until the courts having jurisdiction paes on the law and evi dence in these numerous lawsuits, and I will be sure to have their approvel, for I am in the right." BOUND TO BRING HIM. A New Information Will Be Filed against Van Sclever. The county authorities are determined not to let Van Sciever, the fugitive at torney, escape from the grip of tbe law, if possible. In view of tbe fact that there ia some qaestion about tbe infor mation nnder which Detective Auble ar reted Van Sciever, it has been decided to send on a new information. The dis trict attorney is now engaged in the pre paration of the new document, and at soon as completed, additional creden tials will oe forwarded to Mr. Auble, un der which it ii confidently believed he will be able to land his man in Los An geles. Far Over Firir Tears Mrs. Winslow'a soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes tbe child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for Dlarrboae. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Neitzke & Speck, funeral directors and em balmed, 25G South Main street. Tel, 1349. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Martin F. Bethkouski, Los Angeles 35 Amolia tt'eberbagen, Los Angeles 21 Thomas A. Sanson, jr., Muscogee, I. T 23 Bvatf. D. Trifts, Lo> Angeles 22 Piimer K. Reynolds, Santa Ana 31 Annie E. 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