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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO. 168.
amusements.
("TaIJEORNIA DIME MUSEUM <Si THEATER
j North Main street, near First.
Dotlb & Isaacs Proprietors.
THE PIIPCI.AII I A 'III,» HESOKTI
Look at this moußter show for 10cents! It sur
passes all our previous efforts.
READ OCR ROSTER OF NOVELTIES.
FLUCARD AND DANA—Daring Gymnasts.
RENE—Goddess of Fire (.eusatfon).
HARRY KOBZART—Protean Artist.
R a YENE PTA—Queen of the Air.
FRANKIE ALLEN--Boy Hercules.
DICK GRIFFIN—CIever Specialist.
DE COMO-Prc-tidtKHateur.
IDA WlLSON—Vocalist.
FRANK MOROAN-Versatile Mimic.
MONB. It AVELLA —Japanese Juggler.
OABTOLLOTIS—NoTtJ .Shadowgraphs.
THE LIVING HALF LADY—lllusion
PUNCH AND JUDY, Etc., Etc
Two houis of solid fun for 10 cents.
Doors open from 10 A. M. to 10 r. m.
Admission, 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Corner Fifth and Olive sts.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY, MARCH 22nd and 23rd,
The Great Violinist,
CAM ILEA UHSO,
Supported by the following great artists—
MISS PHILA MAY, Meszo-Boprano.
MR. LOUIS MILLER, Tenor.
BIGNOK SIGISMUNDO MARTINEZ, Pianist.
And by special engagement,
IHEI.I'.. ANiTA AEAMEDA,
(Miss Annie (lleeson),
THE CALIFORNIA PRIMA DONNA,
Late of cowut Garden Theater, London,
Reserved Seats, $1, at
Brown'B Music. Siore, 11 N Spring street.
Gardner's Music Store, 212 8. Spring street.
A GREAT MUSICAL EVENT. ml 4 lOi
RAND ANNIVERSARY BALL
■T Of THE
GERMAN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY,
Thursday Eve , March 28, 1889, at
Turavereln Hall.
RECEPTION committee:
Judge L. Gnuschalk, L. Licntenberger,
Cbas. Brode, J. Mllncr, J. Kuhrts,
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS:
H. Merz, C. Jacoby, H. Foreter,
II . Brunnig. D. Mahlstedt.
W. F. Orosper.
floor committee:
Thee. Friese, P. Rhode,
A. Fuhrberg, C. Eutemann,
Admission—Gentleman and lady, $1 50, Each
extra lady, 50 cents.
£Mf~A fine supper will be served by the ladies.
ml 7
THE TIVOLI,
4G North Main street.
GREAT MUSICAL SENSATION 1 THE
HUNGARIAN GIPSY ((CINTETTE,
MAGYAR NEMZETI ZENE,
Specially engaged for the Tivoli,
They produce orchestra effects never before
hoard In California.
FREE ENTERTAINMENT, commencing Feb
ruary 2lith. f23tf
yiKNNA BUFFET, cor. Main and Requenasts.
FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND
CONCERT
EVERY EVENING FREE!
By a Quartette of Celebrated Hungarian Soloists.
FIRST-CLASS AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. ja2tf
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertisements under the following heads
Inserted at the rate ol 5 cents per line for each
Insertion.
MEETINGS.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-THE REGULAR
& annual meeting of the stockholders of the
University Bank of Los Angeles, will be held at
the Dank parlors on Monday. April 1, 1889, at 3
o'clock p. m. , for the purpose of electing a board
of directors, and the transaction of Buch otter
business aB may properly come before the meet
ing. GEO. L. ARNOLD, Secretary.
mlO 16t
FFICE OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Railroad Company, San Francisco. March
18,1889. The annual meeting ol the stock
holders of the Southern Pacific Railroad Com
fiany for the election of Directors for the onsu
ng year, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be brought before tbe meeting,
will be held at the office of the Company in the
city of San Francisco, State of California, on
WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of April, 1889, at
10 o'c'ock A. M.
ml 9 23t J. I. WILLCUTT, Secretary.^
FFICIToF THE LOS ANGELEB BOARD OF
Trade, Los Angeles, Cal., March 4th, 1889.
Notice is hereby given that the annual mpetiug
Ol the Los Angeles Board of Trade will be held
at its rooms in the Board of Trade and Produce
Exchange Building, northwest corner Fiist and
Fort streets, in Los Angeles city, California,
on Monday, April Bth, 1889. Baid meeting
will be held for the purpose of electing a Board
of Directors for the ensuing year, and transact
ing such other business as may legally come be
fore the meeting. The polls tor the election of
directors will be open from 9 a. m. until 9 p. M.
on said date. By order of the Board of Direc
tors, this 4ih day of March, 1889.
m 5-35t T. H. WARD, Secretary.
PERSONAL.
MRS. PARKER, BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
clairvoyant, 23 8. Spring, room 15. i29-tf
IVOBCE TaND CRIMINAL LAW A BPECI
alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB, At
torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. j 29-tf
ERBONAL—A YOUNG MAN 28 YEARS
would like to form the acquaintance of a
lady 21 or 22 years old in view of
matrimony. Address W. B. L., Postoffice box
1,072, city. m!7-4t*
THE HAMMAM. UNDER THE MANAGE
mentofDr H. C Royer and Mr Charles
Tranbagen, Is thoroughly renovated and rut in
perfect order. The ladies' department is finely
fitted up, and affords every means known in
the art of bathing. Electricity is ruu to each
cot. This department is run expressly for
ladies, and every thing for their comfort and
benefit will be closely looked after. Ladles'de
partment open from Ba, m. to 10 p. M. Gentle
mcn-s department open day and night. H. C,
ROVER, M. D , physician In charge; CHARLES
TRAPHAGEN, business manager. f2l-lm
SPECIAL, NOTICES.
iTaS
to the city and has resumed his practice.
Office, 218V4 8. Bpring. Telephone 1028. rnl9 7*
R. cHAi. DR BZIOETHY HAS RKTUKNED
to the city and has resumed his practice.
Residence and office, 313 8. Main st. Tele
phone 1056\ 120 lm
88. SEAL CURES ALL CHRONIC Dis
eases; cures use of tobacco in any form,
liquor or opium; cure of tobacco guaranteed or
no ay; sittings dally. No. 306 8. Main st.
f2B lm
i± s. williamTdesiues to devote his
\T, time to catering for weddings, balls, Bup-
Eers and private parties. Lowest estimates
ocal references. Address G. 8., box 100, this
office. 128 lm'
NOTICE TO CAPITALISTS—WE ARE IN
structed to close out a large estate of im
proved nnd unimproved property in thlß city
and county at sacrifices that cannot tie dupli
cated, in parcels and terms to suit. It embraces
in part a choice ranch at $15 per acre, a large
body of land on the edge of this city, a choice
orange ranch, a splendid city rcsideuce.busiuess
property on Fort and Bpring sts. HUM I'll KEYS
St RIGGIN, 20 8 Bpring st m! 5 lOt
LOST AND FOUND.
CAME TO MY PREMISES, 248 SAN PEDRO
st., Saturday, March 9, a black bronco. The
owner can have same by proving property and
paying charges. in 1 ii 5*
STRAYED OR STOLEN—BAY MARE, BMALI
star In forehead; branded Oon left shoulder
left Ivanhoe March 15th. Suitable reward tc
finder If returned to BYRAM <Ji POINDEXTER
19 W. First St., Los Angeles. ml 9 lm
STRAYED— FROM NO 18 WTNFIBLD BT.BUN
day morning, 1 red sorrel 6-j ear-old mare
with light-colored mane and tall and whlti
stripe in face; had leather halter on. Ownci
will give suitable roward for information or re
turn of same to D. I. RUBSEL. m! 9 1*
WANTF.U-HEI.P.
WANTED— IF YOU WANT A COOK OI
help in the kitchen; also all kinds of la
bor or mechanics, call at Chief Cooks' head
quarters, 243 Los Angeles St., Jennett Block
GEO. LACOUR. ml4-6m
\V I I.lt 11.l M S.
WANTKD— A FIRST-CLASS MAN TO CAN
VASS lur first-class life, flic and accideul
insurance companies. Apply in person to
WILLIAMS. PARKS Si MILLS, corner Temple
and New High sts., Los Angeles mOtf
WANTED SITUATIONS— MAI.EI.
WANTED— SITUATION AS SALESMAN IN
a grocery stoic Address A, 391 Flower
St., city. in 15 H*
WANTLI) MIM I I.LAMOI S.
WAN'IED —PICTURES T FRAME. CHE Att
est place at BURNS'. 411 S. Main st.
SOU RENT--ROOMS.
lIOR RENT—3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, 14
( Uyst. Terms moderate. ml 9 3t
IjVOH KENT—FINK LARUE, AIRY ROOMS
! for housekeeping: unfurnished; cheap
No. 4 Amella-st. m 7 14t*
ANTA MONICA—FOR CLEAN,SUNNY FUIT- '
nished rooms apply to MRS. MARY
BOKHME, Ocean aye., next to "Tho Lawrence." <
mt> lm*
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT IN THE .
Norton Block, cor. Seventh and Hillst-.; ,
suitable for light housekeeping. leb24-lm* '
I~jOR RENT —15 FINE ROOMS, Af~312 N. 1
1 Main st., fr-ntlugou two Btreets, very cheap;
also 1 slore and large basement at 314 N. Main ,
st, fronting on two streets. Inquire at 23S 1
Aliso st. ml3tf i
FOX KENI — HOUSES.
FOR RENT — CHEAP HOUSES IN AIL
parts of the city by C. A. SUMNER St CO.,
54 N. Maiu st. ml lm |
IflOR RENT—7-ROOM IIOUSF., $22; 11-ROOM j
! house $30; water paid. BYRAM St POIN
DEXTER, 19 W. F.rst ft. ml-lm
lilOlt RENT—FI'RNI SHED, XI.XC A NT HUI" >E 1
J? of 9 rooms; near Marlborough Hotel. C. A.
SUMNER & CO., 51 N. Main St. m 1 7 7t
F~ OR RENT—S4O, 18 ROOM HOUSE, WELL
located, near cars; wel 1 arranged for rent
ing rooms. BYKAM Si PoINDEXTER, 19 W.
Firttst. ml lm
lilOR ON
1 Grand aye , bet. Pico and California stß ,or
will sell on the Installment plan. Address 118 ,
W. Fourth st. ml 3 8*
ORi RENT—HOUSES AND STORES IN ALL
parts the city. A long list; you can examine
free. L. A. Rentil Agenoy, 1 N. Fort st. J. C.
FLOURNOY, Secretary. f27-lra
I TOR RENT —ti-ROOM PARTIALLY FU fi
nished cottage on Grand aye., near Temple
st. Apply to J. B. COULTER, 101 S. Spring
st., cor. Second. mltf
OR - KENT —/TiIAT NICE 7-1100 M COT
tagf, ueart) busiuess, 510 Grand aye.,
near Sixth; low rent to right parties. Apply
to Wm. MeLesu, 2uB S. Soring St. fel>24-tf |
t'OH BE*T-OFFICES.
; ()FFICIS~AND j
JU desk room iv front ofllce, at 19 W. First st. ,
feb2B lm
FOR SALE.
IflOR SALE — HOLSTKIN-FRIESIAN OOWS, 1
1 heifers, bnlls (registered) Apply to DOCTOR !
K. WERNIQK, Alhambra, Cal. inl2l4t* j
ITIOR SALE—A LOT~OF COUNTERS AND :
. shelving; also the fittings of a chicken f
store and rarch, at a sacrifice, at RICE'S 328 ;
and 330 S. Spring at. m!7-7t
Oft BALE~— FURNITURE, CROCKERY, i
glassware, tinware, etc., at half price, at 1
Rice's, 328 and 330 South Spring st. this week. ,
ml7-7t
ELLING~OUT, AT 28 SO UTH FORT BT.,
canned meats, fruits and jellies,TO per cent,
below cost. Fine fancy candies at 15 and 20
cents per pound. Everything must be sold.
Call and secure a bargain. m! 9 4f
lilOR SALE—THOROUGHBRED FOWLS AND
1 eggs, of 15 varieties, by A. C. RUSCK
HAUFT.on Stale St., Brooklyn Heights, P. O.
box 43, Station B; suocessor to Jas. T. Brown,
18 Georgia St., and W. B. Nesblt. Circular
free. m 3 lm*
FOX SA EE—City Property.
!
20 beautiful lots, only 25 minutes' rifle
from Courthouse, at $120 each; payments. *20
down, $10 per month for 10 months. HUM- ,
PI! KEYS & RIGGIN, 20 S. Spring St. mISIXH ,
liorsaliFat A GREAT BARGAIN — ONE j
1 of the prettiest homes on Hill st , near
Fifth; mint be 6old before Ist of April; sick- \
ness, rcquiriug higher altitude, cause of sell- '
ing. Inquire of owner, 342 Hill St., or room
5 Park Place. m 6 lm ;
FtOR SALE—ONE OF THE FINEST BLOCKS
in South Pasadeua, 320 feet square; plenty
of trees; water: 2 houses, barn, etc ; good loca
tion for physician or druggist; price cheap and
terms easy. For further particulars call or ad i
dress J. J. BUEHLER, 143 E. First St., Los Au
geles. ml lm i
FOX SALE—Country Property.
THE JURUPA LAND AND WATER COM
pany offers a six thousand acre tract; will
se;iiii forty acres lots; situated three miles north
west from Howell Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with
a good water right of one miner's inch of water
to every seven and one half acres of land, for
the extremely low prlfe of one hundred and
twenty-five dollars ($125) per acre. One-quar
ter down aud balauce to suit buyers' conven
ience The laud Is level and in a beautilul
sheltered valley, and is the best orange land iv
Southern California. Commission paid to
agents. Address MILLS & CRAWFORD, 18
Court St., Los Angeles; CUNNINGHAM St CO.,
San Bernardino; or A, R. MESERVE, North
Pomona j3O-3m
TO EXCHANGE.
EASTERN PROPERTY
for exchange. MCDONALD, room 8 Wilson
Blook, corner of Spring and First sts. f22tf
nrV3EXCHANGE-100 BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON
1 the city Use at $150 each wi.l be given for
a choice alfalfa or orange ranch. HUMPHREYS
6 RIGGIN, 20 3. Springst m! 5 lOt
mO EXCHANGE—HOUSE AND LOT IN SAN
I Francisco, worth $10,000, for property in
Los Angeleß or vicinity, either residence or
farming land. Address H., this office. m!3tf
TO EXCHANGE-4500 PIECES OF PROP
erty; houses, lots, business property, ranches.
Eastern property, me . rc^,M^;, e }l,'^ o
for anything you want. J. C WILLMON, 128J4
W. First st. ml lm
O~~EX.CHANGE—THE BEST SANTA ANA
and San Fernando Valley lauds for flrst
olnss Eastern city or farm property. Address
owner, room 6. Allen block, Los Angeles.
ml2Jf
T~~ 0 EXCHANGE —OR FOR SALE, IMPROVED
business property near City Hall, 00x105
feet, at $000 per foot; will take in exchange
two thirds of this iv a choice alfalfa or orange
ranch, balance timo or cash. HUMPHREYS
St RIGGIN, 20 8. Springst. m! 5 lOt
BUSINESS CHANCES
SHOP, 819 8. MAIN
■t. m 8 lm*
FOR SALE—BUTCHER SHOP, LEASE, 5'A
years. Apply cor. First and Alameda,
m 7-lm*
ffi> i" A A—PARTNER WANTED TO ENLARGE
JfjO'MP an already established business; big
money to the right man; no possibility of com
petition, as the workings are a secret known
only to myself. M. L. E., Herald office, box
80. _ m! 9 2t
FOR SALE —DRUG STORE IN SANTA ANA,
will invoice $4000; will sell for half that
•■ if sold immediately; sickness cause of selling.
I tall or address J. J. BUEHLER, 143, E. First
St., Los Angeles. m "
. " ATTORNEYS.
l S AND~tX)UNBEL
. &, or-at-Law. Office, over Los Angeles Na
tional Bank, cor. First and Spring sts mlltf
ALTER ROSE, ATTORNEY, ROOM 6 AL
len block, oor. Spring and Temple sta.mlAtf
\ A B. HOTCHKIBB, ATTORNEY, ROOMB 8
- A. and 9, safe Deposit building, cor. New
High and Temple sts. m!7tf
ARCHITECTS.
t ARCHITECT, ROOMB
.- \j 3 and 4, Downey blook, Los Angeles. f22tf
t /IEO. F. COSTERISAN, ARCHITECT, ROOMS
J VJ 21, 22, 23 8. Spring it., Los Angeles, f 12tf
TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 10, 1889.
FINANCIAL.
M™S^ley~j o ~£oan in H ,i Ma T0 aDITi p.o,
ANDERSON, 28 N. Bpring, m2tf
ONEY - TO LOAN ON IMPROVEiT Prop
erty. POMEROY A GATES, 10 Court St.
ml 6»
ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMER St HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78
Temple block. »2tl
MONEY TO LOAN-IN SIMS TO SUIT, ON
gilt edted security. W. 8. WATERS,
room 2, 117 New High sL mlOtl
©1 (H\l\ iWWkTO LOAN ON REAL KS
gSJjUUUjUVU tato. SECURITY SAVINGS
BANK. 40 S. Main at. ml 7 tf
ONEY TO LOAN —ON FIRST - CLASS
mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER,
Room 9, Baker Block, Los Angeles. m9tf
.M n, |I|lu 1 TO LOAN A J. VIELE,
©IUVjUUU Room 1, Wilson blk. f2olmo
b!TEXTO~L6TN^INIiARGEXRnSMALL
amounts on first-class mortgages by C. A.
SUMNER & CO., 54 N. Main st. ml lm
$-/ , /WW. TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS
f)''.\"f'J mortgages, at low rates
BYRAM & FOINDEXTER, 19 W. First St.
f23tf
LOAN AND TRUST 00 ,
U rooms 9 and 10, Phillips block, buy an
proved notes, mortgages aud deal in real estcte
loans and commercial paper. mBtf
C "Collateral loans made and notes
1 discounted. UNION LOAN AND TRUST
U0„ room 11, Phillips'block. mBtf
SlflTiT TO - 550.000 TiTlO AN AT REASON A
CH'JU ble rates. LOS ANGELES REAL ES
TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C.
FLOURNOY, Sectetary, IN. Fort st. m 6 lm
/A 1. AW FORD it MCCKEERY, ROOM 10, OVER
I. Los Angeles National Bank. Loan $50 to
(50,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy
notes, mortgages and contracts. f2otf
O - LOAN —ANY AMOUNT FROM $25 TO
$1000 on all classes of good security; also
money loaned on personal property. E. L.
BUCK, rooms3l and 33. New Wilson block.
ml9tf
ONEY TO LOAN—SAVE RENT, JOIN THE
Home Building Association. Build your
self a home and pay for it on the installment
plan. For information apply to M. C. WEST
BROOK, Secretary, room 87, Phillips block.
Spring st. felO 5m
EXCURSIONS.
LOB
Angeles every Wednesday: Pullman
tourist ears, fully equipped, to Omaha and
Kansaß City. Call or address JOHN CLARK,
51 N. Bpring St. f2B lm
InXCURSIONS — EAST AND WEST, BEMI-
V, monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas
City and Chicago. FREE sleeping accommoda
tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply
to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring it., Los An
geles. m!2tf
TAENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK
JLI Island route excursions will leave Los
Angeles every Tuesday. Tourist sleeping oarß
elegantly equipped, free of charge. Call or ad
ires, F. W. THOMPSON. 110 N. Spring St.
ni3-tf
WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS TO ALL
points East. Through cars to Chicago,
slegantly and completely equipped. Our next
parties leave Los Angeles February 20tb, March
12th and 2Gth. For tickets, berths, and further
In formation, call on or address L. M. W ALTE RS,
19 N. Bpring St., or 51 N. Spring at., Los An
te lea. f25
CARS TO CHl
cago. Only one change to Boston. Con
luctors and porters accompany all parties.
Leave Los Angeles March 13th and 27th,
April 10th and 24th, May Bth and 22nd,
A. PHILLIPS A CO., 44 N. Springst., Los An
teles, Cal. I 27-tf
EXCURSIONS TO ALL
points East, via Salt
lake city and Denver,
leave March 14th, 28th,
April 11th and 25tb. Tour
ist cars completely equipped.
Berths free Call upon or
addresa J. B. Quigley, agent,
112 North Spring street.
mlO-tf
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH
excursions to New York, Boston and Phila
delphia. Pullman's new tourist cars with ladies
dressing room and lavatory; stoves with im
proved beaters for making tea and coffee; com
plete Pullman's equipment of bedding, in
cluding bed linen, toilet accessories, etc.;
uniformed colored porters; 8. P. Co.'s party
managers go through to New Orleans, thence
to Boston mid Philadelphia. But on" change of
cars (In Union Depot) at New Orleans. The
3unset and Queen and Crescent Route through
tho rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir
mlngham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, etc.
Quick time, direct connections. Excursions
leave Los Angeles December 16:h and 30th ,
1888,; January 13ti, February 3d and 17th;
March 3d, 17th and 31st: April 14th; May sth
and 19th, 1889. For further particulars call on
or write any of the agencies of the SOUTHERN
PACIFIC COMPANY in Southern California,
orC.F.SMURR, Assistant General Passenger
Agent Southern Pacific Company, No. 202 N.
Main St., Los Angeles, CaL m! 3 5m
REGULAR PHYSICIANS.
DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIBT
Office 25 North Main St. Office Honrs, 9A.
h. to 4 p. m mltf-d&w
DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN Sis
ters' Hospital: 7\i N. Maiu at., looms 1, 2
and 3. Telephone 110, 127 tf
A. DE CAILHOL, M. D.—AT HIS BANI
-. tarium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone
891. m 1-tf
R. C. E. CLAIHUS HAS REMOVED HIS
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 S. Spring st.
Honra from 11 a. m. to 2p. m. Specialty—Sex
nal and akin diseases, chronic diseases in gen
eral. f24tf
DR. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR
ist, 107 S. Spring at., Hollenbeck block, Los
Angeles. Office hours, 9a.m.to 12 a. and 2to
4 p. K. f24tf
MRS. DR. J. M. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS.
C.E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in
Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladiee cared for
during confinement. Midwifery a specialty.
f_2B-6m
TAR. J. H. RENEBOME (LATE SURGEON
II German Hospital, S. F.). Office and resi
dence: 215 W. Sixth st. Hours: Ito3p. M.
ml lm
R. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
Snrgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur
gery (Including genlto-urinary diseases; and
diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N.
Spring st. Hours, 9to 12, 2to 5, f24tf
R. WALTER LINDLEY HAS REMOVED
his residence to 40 Ottawa street betwe' n
Tenth and Eleventh streets, one-half square
west of Pearl street. Office 237 South Spring
street. Office hours, 2to4f, m ; telephone, of
fice, 478; telephone, resldence,42. f24lm
DR. L. GOLDSCHMLEDT—GENERAL PRAC
ticing physioian; late of Now York; twenty
years private an I hospital experience. Office,
23 South Spring street, room 12; residence,
Emcrsjn House, 415 South Olive street: tele
phone, Office, 1019 Residence, 1054. Spe
cialty: Diseases of children. 127-tf
Joseph Hannon, M. D. Thos. J. Trans. M. D.
Residence: 1495 8. Residence: 048 8.
Main at Olive st.
Telephone 473. Telephone 1029.
HANNON & TURFIN,
Physlciaus and Surgeons,
Office: 21SJ.; South Spring street,
Telephone 1028. m! 9 7*
HILTON WILLI AM 8, M. B„ M. 0. P. 8.
.O. Specialist in diseases of the head,
throat and chest, including the eye, ear and
heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nltrogeu,
monoxide, and other medicated inhalations,
used in ail diseases of the respiratory organs
Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Second and
Spring srreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
from 9 a m. to 4 p. H.
HOMKOPATHISTS.
rThTc. ROVER, surgeon, ham mam
Baths Institute. Office hours, 10 A. M. to 8
p. m. feb2l lm
■71 A. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICiTaND RESI
JL. dence, 24 8. Spring at. Houra 1 to 4 P.M.
Telephone 353. ' -
RB. BEACH St BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Bpring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 m , 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 P. v. Dr. Boynton s
residence, 735 Olive at. ml°tl_
TBAAO FELLOWS. M. D.-HOMEOPATHIBT
1 Offloo Hours—ll to 12 A. St., 2to 5 T. M.,
Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building,
Los Angeles, Cal. Residence 408 South Main
atreet. m9-tf.
8. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMIEPATHIST.
. Office, rooms 11 and 12. Bryson blook. cor.
Firat and Bpring ata. Residence. 538 8. Pearl
st. Office hours. 11 a. at. to 3p. at. Telephone
Noa.: Office 597: residence 677. f24tf
EDUCATIONAL..
NIGHT SOHOOL-LOS ANGELES BUSINESS
College and English Training Sohool. 38
11) and 42 S. Main at., near Second. D. B. WIL-
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"II'KLCOMK LODGE, K. OF If., NO. 3312
-y\ Meets Tuesday evenlugs at room 45, Cali
fornia Bauk Building.
OC. F.. GUARDIAN NO. 90—
. Regular meeting first and third Fridays, at
Pythian Castle,24 8. Springst.
Blast bide lodge, no. 825, i. o. o, f.—
Hi Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fel
lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downer aye.,
East Los Angeles.
LOB ANGELES LODGE, NO. 2925, K. OF
H.—Regular meetings are held every Wed
nesday evening at 17 W. First St.
SIGNET CHAPTER, NO. 57, R. A. M.-MEEIB
statedly on the first Tuesday of each month,
at 7 15 p.m., at Masonic Hall, cor. of Spring
and First sts.
MORRIS VINE YARD LODGE, L O. G.T..NO.
120—MeetB every Monday night. Hall,
cor. Laurel and Main sts.
.GOODWILL COUNCIL, NO. 629, AMERICAN
UT Leglou of Honor—Meets on Becond and
fourth Fridays of each month at their hail, 17
W. First st.
JOHN A. LOGAN POST, G. A. R.—MEETS
•J every Monday evening in G. A. R. Hall, Mc-
I on;:id block, on Mainst.
TRI-COLOR LODGE, NO. 96, K. OF P.—
Meets on Tuesday evenings in Pythian Cas
tie, 24 Spring st.
/ IELCICH POST, NO. 106, G. A. R.—MEETS
V.T first and Third Fridays of each month in
Campbell's Hall, East Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES LODGE, NO. 35, 1. 0. O. F.—
Regnlar meetings held ou Wednesday even
ing of each week at I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Spring St.,
near First.
LAAMPSON LODGE, NO. 148, K. OF P.—
Q Meets every Monday night at Castle Hall,
No. 510 Downey aye., East Los Angeles. Hall
over East Blde Bank.
10. 0. T., MERRILL LODGE, NO. 299
. Meets every Saturday evening at Pythian
Castle, No. 24 8. Bpring St., just below First.
I FRATERNITY LODGE, NO. 79, K. OF P.—
Meets on second and fourth Wednesday
evenings in each month at Pythian Castle, 24
3. Spring at
ORANGE BRANCH COMMANDERY, NO
300, U. 0. G. C —Meets every Friday even
ing In New Odd Follows' Hall, Hayden block,
East Los Angeles.
ROYAL ARCANUM - SOUTHERN OALl
fornia Council, No. 570, meets second and
fourth Tuesdays at N. S. G. W. Hall, 75 N.
Springst. Visiting brothers welcome.
LOB ANGKLE3 LEGION, NO. 6, SELECT
Knights, A. O. U. W.—Meets every Monday
evening in Campbell's Hall, cor. Downey aye.
and Truman St., East Los Angeles.
i MERICAN LEGION OF HONOR, SAFETY
A. Council, No. 664—Moets second and fourth
Thursday evenings of each mouth at their Hall,
17 W First St., bet. Main and Spring.
OLIVE LODGE, NO. 26, K. OF P.—MEETS
every Thursday evening in Pythian Castle,
24 S. Spring, Just below First st.
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aud Belect Masters, F. and A. M.—Holds its
stated assemblies on the fourth Monday of each
moath, at 7:30 P. M., at. Masonio Hall, Bpring
St., hot. First and Second
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U. W.—Meets every Wednesday evening in
I Campbell's Hall, Truman st. aud Downey aye.,
1 East Los Angeles.
/A AUNTLET LODGE NO. 129, K. OF P.—
IT Meets on Monday evening, in Pythian Cas
tle, No. 24 S. St.
TOHN B~ FINCH LODGE,I7 6. G. T -MEETS
•J Tuesday evenings in Campboll's Hail, East
Los Angeles.
"rOS ANGELES TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION,
Li No. 174—Meets the first Sunday iv each
"month at the G. A. R, Hall, Main at.
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Valuable Farm
3263 ACRES
ON BRANNAN ISLAND
T>ELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF ; THE
1) late DX. F. ZEILE, situated in Sacramento
couuty about one mile below and opposite the
town of Rio Vista, fronting about one mile on
the Sacramento river and extending along the
north bank of Seven-Mile slough nearly three
and a half miles, and Including valuable im
provements, such as houses, barns, warehouse,
etc., with some personal property. About 700
acres now under a lease which expires Decem
ber, 1890.
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1064 acres, more or less, situated on ANDROS
ISLAND, at the iuuctiou on Georgiana slough
and the Moijuelumne river, with about two and
a half miles of navigable water frontage.
These lands are thoroughly reclaimed, con
venient to market, and are nnsurpassed for
productiveness by any in the State.
To be Bold subject to tho approval of the Pro
bate Court . _ _
Biol will be received at the office of the ex
ecutors, 137 Montgomery street, San Francisco,
where maps of the property may be seen and
such further information had as may be re
quired. O. LIVERMORE,
4 E. H. TAFT,
Executors.
San Francisco, February 25,1839. m2tf
ST. PATRICK'S DAY.
How It Was Celebrated In
Los Angeles.
A PARNELL RELIEF MEETING.
Speeches by Hon. E. F. Spence, Hon.
H. T. Hazard and Others.
SI,OOO Collected.
St. Patrick's day fell on Sunday this
year. The religious aspects of the day
were duly celebrated in all the Catholic
Churches, but its temperal phases were
made a Bpecial order for last evening,
when a rousing meeting for the purpose
of raising something substantial for the
Parnell Relief Fund was held iv Turner
Hall. The affair was in charge of Mr.
D. M. McGarry, and Hon. E. F. Spence
acted as chairman of the meeting. There
were on the platform during the per
formances besides those named, Rev.
Fathers Meyer and Dockery of St. Vin
cent's College; Hon. John Bryson, Sr.,
Mayor of the city; Hon. Henry T. Haz
ard, Mayor-elect; Dr. Den and several
others.
Mr. McGarry explained to the large
audience assembled, which filled all
parts of the hall, including the galleries,
the purposes for which they were come
together. He then introduced Mr.
Spence as master of ceremonies, who
made a thoroughly characteristic speech
—full of wit, humor and point—showing
him to be fully entitled to take part in
tbe deliberations of any assembly of
Irishmen. He said that it gave him
much pleasure to preside at any meeting
the object of which was to ameliorate
the condition of any portion of man
kind. He had not looked for this honor
at this time; but a few days ago he
was approached by Mr McGarry,
who came from the County of
Cork, close to Blarney Castle, where
tie evidently had often osculated
that celebrated stone whose smooth
touch imparts tbe fatal gift of flattery—
fatal to the victim to whom it is applied.
Mr. McGarry had said that the meeting
was to be addressed by lawyers and
divines. To this Mr. Spence objected
that these were professions iv which
men-made their living by talking, where
as Mr. Spence got his bread by keeping
silence. He would be at a disadvantage
in the company of men whose forensic
eloquence made grave judges aud hard
pated jurymen believe black was white,
and of reverend gentlemen whose chas
tened but impassioned rhetoric was
wont to melt the stony hearts
of Linners, albeit they were those of
Los Angoles real estate agents, or bank
presidents. He had learned long ago
from the pages of an old book whose
name he had forgotten, and a copy of
which he had not seen for many years,
to let his communications be merely
yea, yea, nay, nay. In these times of
iinancial depression the directors of the
bank had taught him to let all his ora
tions begin and end with the monosylla
bic nay. To all this Mr. Mc-
Garry had stated that Mr. Spence
would be required merely to read
the programme seriatim from a
printed slip. On this understanding he
was here. And it may be added on this
same principal of the great superiority of
golden silence over mere silvery speech,
Mr. Spence proceeded during the even
ing to make at least ten speeches of 20
minutes length each. As they kept the
audience in a roar of laughter all the
time they lasted, he was forgiven with a
hearty good will.
Having, in a capital address, explained
that he could not speak, the witty ex-
Mayor at last gave the Mayor-elect an
introduction to the audience, and at the
same time an opportunity to make his
speech.
MR. HAZARD'S ADDRESS.
Mr. Hazard proceeded to say that from
the printed programme and also from
Mr. Spence's opening remarks he had
been led to believe that he was to be the
first speaker ot the evening. Mr. Spence's
speech, however, bad demonstrated as a
fact that this view was entirely an erron
eous one. He then went on to say that
Ireland to-day was to be congratulated on
tbe course she had been pursuing
in her efforts to secure the right of home
rule. She was to be congratulated on
the wise course her great statesmen had
been following in battling for this sacred
right. Mankind loves the cause of hu
manity, the cause of equal rights to all.
The failure to convict Mr. Parnell has
done more than the implements of war
could do for the cause of Ireland. It is
upon the perpetuity of American, princi
ples and institutions that the cause of
Ireland dopends. America has proved
tbat a Republican form of govern
ment may be stable and endur
ing. Let every lover of home-rule
in Ireland hold fast to his fealty to the
principles of the American Union. Our
ideas are already all over England, and
pervading the minds of all classes. Like
the Banyan tree, whose branches bend
to the earth and take root again, so our
principles have been spreading to all
parts of the globe ami taking deep root
everywhere. On the scroll of fame in
the years to come, in letters of gold, will
appear the names of Ireland's great
heroes, like the names of America's
great liberators. As we revere the
memory of Washington and Lincoln, so
will be revered the names of Parnell and
Gladstone.
MR. HANRAHAN's SONG.
At tho close of Mr. Hazard's eloquent
address, Mr. Hanrahan favored the
audience with a song, which took so well
that in answer to thunderous applause
he sang "The Shamrock of Ireland."
MR. LYNCII's REGRETS.
Mr. Joseph D. Lynch was on the pro
gramme for a speech, bnt it being utterly
impossible for him to appear, his regrets
were presented to the audience through
Mr. Spence, as chairman of the meeting.
MR. SPROUL RECITES.
The next thing on the programme was
a recitation by Mr. J. V. Sproul. Tho
gentleman chose a poetic effusion the
theme of which was the flag of green
Erin. It was a glowing tribute to the
"Sunburst," and was given in a most
spirited manner by the declaimer. Mr.
Sproul was most vociferously cheered.
MR. BREZEE'S RKGBETS.
Rev. P. F. Brezee, the eloquent Meth
odist preacher of Pasadena, was next on
the programme for a speech. Ac he
found it impossible to respond to the
FIVE CENTS.
call made upon him, he presented his
regrets through Chairman Spence and
also through a letter read by Mr. Mc-
Garry. Mr. Spence explained who Mr.
I'.rezee is and dwelt at some length upon
tho necessity of keeping denominational
religion out of this question of the libera
tion of Ireland. He explained how its
strength lies in enlisting the sympathies
of all sorts of people. It is a question of
humanity, which overlaps all sectarian
ism and embraces all religions.
He said that a personal friend
of his own now fills the seat which was
the first one ever occupied in parliament
by O'Connell. It is for a part of tbe
County Clair.
FATHER DOCKERV's SPEECH.
Father Dockery, of St. Vincent's Col
lego was called upon for a few words of
encouragement. The Reverend gentle
man explained that he came to the hall
not expecting to speak, and not p-epared.
He was willing to say a word, and could
afford to do it, as he had
no reputation as an orator to lose. Ther
committee in charge had tried to induce
Father Meyer to speak, but as he had a
reputation as an orator to lose, he had
thought it better not to attempt an im
promptu address. As for himself, he
was glad to say a word to so many sons
and daughters of Etin. He said ha
thought that the one great underlying
characteristic of the Irish people which
had sustained them in their long strug
gle for liberty, was their religion.
If the Irish people were ever restrained
in these efforts by their Clergy, it was be
cause the Church saw from its position
of advantage that the struggle would be
in vain, and would end in disaster.
Whenever the time came that the Clergy
could say to the sous of Erin, "Fight,
and be free!" the word would be given.
Freedom of speech is the one small and
seemingly weak weapon left Ireland,
with which to attack, combat and van
quish English tyranny. How well they
had used this in Parliament is well illus
trated in the persons of many of her
noble and eloquent sons. Parnell is the
present exponent of this power. It is
winning its way, and to-day the best of
the English people sympathize with Ire
land in her struggle for her rights. Par
nell has set the people thinking, and
Gladstone has awakened the conscience
of the English people to a sense of the
wrongs England inflicts upon Ireland.
Tho day of Ireland's liberation is near at
hand. That Ireland has a good
cause, and that she will win,
is proven by the fact tbat all tbe clergy
of Ireland, Protestant as well as Catho
lic, are on her side. At the head of the
list is Archbishop Walsh, of Dublin, by
whose means Pigott was brought to time
and at last driven to cut his throat.
PROF. GARDNER AND HIS DAUGHTER.
At the close of Father Dockery'sspeech,
which was full of earnestness, yet bril
liantly witty withall, Frofesser Gardner
and his daughter gave a musical selec
tion, the lady taking the piano, and the
Professor the violin. It was a carefully
arranged and well executed potpourri of
good airs.
SUBSTANTIAL RESULTS.
Here Mr. Spence announced that he
was in the habit of attending Methodist
services, where the finale was always a
collection, to show how much all meant
by what they had been saying. He ap
pointed Messrs. Mullen, Desmond, Kelly
and McKinley to receive the contribu
tions of those present. The reporter, as
far as possible, obtained the names of the
principal contributors, as follows: Hon.
E. F. Spence $100, R. Garvey $50, D. M.
McGarry $.5, Hon. H. T. Hazard $25,
Dr. Den $25, Captain P. M. Darcv $20,
Mr. Mullen $10, Mr. D. McKinley $10.
Mr. Mahoneyslo, R.W.Kelly $10, Chief
Cooney $10, J. Hanlon $10, R. Moloney
$10, J. J. Mahoney $10, D. D_nnegan $10,
D. F. Donnegan $10, Mr. Hanrahan $5,
Mrs Donaldson $5, John O'Neil $5, Mr.
Driscoll $5, Miss Nellie Fitzpatrick $6,
Mr. J. McKinley $5, P. Carr $5, John
Meade $5, J. C. Robinson $5, M. Shan
non $5, E. F. Walsh $5, John Bryan $5,
Fvther Faltez $5. H. Smith $5, D.
Moriarty $5, E. Murray $5, M.
H. Ryan $5, C. Donnelly $5,
Father Grogan $5, Father Gavin $5,
Mayor Bryson $5, J. McMilken $5, Mrs.
McQuirk $1, E. McDonald $2, C. Murray
$1, Mr. Tyler $3, Thos. Moran $2, P. Mc-
Gee $2, Thos. O'Meara $2, A. Judge $2.
The total amount realized by the collec
tion, many of the names of the contribu
tors not being obtainable, waa nearly
$600. When to this is added the sum
obtained from the sale of tickets, there
will be about $1,000.
MR. MULLEN RECITES.
Mr. Mullen, Jr., then recited a fine
poem entitled "The Priest's Leap." He
delivered its lines with much feeling and
spirit.
the cLOSE.
Mr. Hanrahan then led in singing the
popular ballad, "God Save Ireland," the
people all joining in the chorus. Mr.
Spence then proposed three cheers for
Gladstone and Parnell, which were given
with a will, and the great assembly dis
persed, much gratified at the success of
the meeting.
REFLECTIONS.
Ages ago Ireland was known as the
"Isle of the Baints," and as the "Light
of Europe." From her schools went
forth intrepid Missionaries who converted
the greater part of Northern Europe from
Pagan idolatry to the Christian faith.
Her scholars and philosophers were
distinguished in all parts of the world. It
certainly looks as if the Missionary work
done for religion in the "Dark Ages" by
the green little isle, was to be duplicated
in modern times by the missionary work
she is to do in the politics of Europe.
The same stout Celtic hearts, and the
same clear Celtic heads which made so
great a part of Europe Christian, are
likely to be used to make Europe
politically free. The agitation now
going on for home rule will be crowned
with success, and then the light of lib
erty will spread until all the despotism
and tyrannies of the Old World will fall
before its powerful beam even as the
idols of Germany fell before the mission
aries of the Cross.
Excursion News.
A Raymond excursion will leave for
the East to-day at noon over the Santa
Fe.
Another Raymond excursion is reported
on the road and will be here on the 26th
inst.
Messrs. Phillips will run a special
East-bound excursion out of the city to
morrow night.
An excursion over the Denver and
Rio Grand and Rock Island roads will
leave the city to-night.
The delayed Raymond excursion ar
rived in town yesterday morning. A
number of the tourists will go north on
to-day's train.

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