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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
\TOL. XXXI.— NO. 170.
AMUSEMENTS.
08 ANG KLES THEATER.
U. 0. Wyatt, Lestee aud Manager.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY, MARCH 22ad and 23rd,
The Great Violinist,
v a in i l L a v n so,
Supported by the following great artists ••
MISS PHILA MAY. Mezzo-Soprano.
UK LOUIS MILLER, Tenor.
BIGNOK SIGISMUNDO MARTINEZ, Pianist.
And by special engagement.
.111, 1.1-:. ANITA ALADIDDA,
(Miss Annie Gleesou),
THE CALIFORNIA PRIMA DONN
Late of Coveut Gardea Theater, London.
Reserved Seats, $1, at
Brown's Music Store, UN Spring street.
Sardner's Music Store, 212 S. Spring street.
A GREAT MUSICAL EVENT. ml 4 101
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
H. C. Wyatt. Lessee and Manager.
Five Nights and Saturday Matinee,
COMMENCING TUESDAY, MARCH 2tiTH.
CONRIED'S
English Comic Opksa Company,
Under personal direction
JIB. HEINRICII CONBIED,
In a grand spectacular presentation of Adolf
Mueller's beautiful romantic Opera
Artists JK■« « » ■ FOO L , j
Including ProfeßSor Hartt'a original
VIENNESE LADY FENCERS.
Cascade of real running water, beautiful
marches, dazzling electrical effects, scenery
greatest ever produced on any Btage
Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, and 25c.
Seats on sale Thursday morning.
LOS ANGELES THEATER.
H. C. W v att, Lessee and Manager
WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY, MARCH 24
"TIIE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING."
NELSON'S
GREATVORLD COMBINATION.
Robert Nelson, Harrie R. Pierce,
Proprietor. Manager.
30 World favorite Artists. 30
The Largest Vaudeville Company iv tho World.
Headed by Europe's Greatest Feature,
THE NELSON FAltllLt. 1
The Premier Accrobata of Two Hemispheres
and a combination of Vaudeville Stars unpre
cedented iv the history of the vaudeville stage.
Prices, 25c, 50c. and 76c. m2O-td
CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM St THEATER
North Main street, near Firat,
Dovi.B <& Isaacs . ..Proprietors.
THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT!
Look at this monster show for 10cents! It sur
passes all our previous efforts.
READ OUR ROSTER OF NOVELTIES.
FLUOARD AND DANA—Daring Gymnasts.
RENE—Goddess of Fire (sensation).
HARRY ROBZART—Protean Artist.
RaYENE I'TA—Qneen of the Air.
FRANKIE ALLEN—Boy Hercules.
DIOK GRIFFIN—CIever Specialist.
DE COMO—Prestidigitateur.
IDA WlLSON—Vocalist.
FRANK MORGAN-Versatile Mimic.
MONH. R AVELLA—Japanese Juggler.
CABTOLLOTIB—NoveI Shadowgraphs.
THE LIVING HALF LADY—lllusion
PUNCH AND JUDY, Etc., Etc
Two hours of solid fun for 10 cents.
Doors open from 10 A. m. to 10 p. m.
Admission, 10c Reserved seats 10c. extra.
f\ RAND ANNIVERSARY BALL
VT OF THE
GERMAN LADIES'BENEVOLENT SOCIETY,
Tharsday Eve., March 28, 1889, at
Tumvereln Hall.
RECEPTION committee:
Judge L. Gottschalk, L. Liohtenberge r,
Chap. Brode, J. Milner, J. Kuhrts,
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS:
H. Merz, C. Jacoby, H. Forster,
H. Bruunig. D. Mahlstedt.
W. F. Orosper.
FLOOR COMMITTEE:
Then. Friese, 0. Rhode,
A. Fuhrberg, C. Eatemann,
Admission—Gtntleinan and lady, $1 SG. Each
extra lady, 50 cents.
t&~\ tine 6upper will be served by the ladies.
m! 7
a A RI) N 111 - MUSIC HALL,
212 South Spring Stieet.
PIANO icr;fl i i ai.
BY
MISS AUGI'STINE BERGER,
.Of the Faculty of the College of Music of Cin
cinnati),
assisted by
MR. 0. STEWART TAYLOR,
Thursday Evening, March 21, lbS9, at 8
o'clock.
Tickets $1. To be obtained at the music Btores.
m2O-2t
THE TIVOLI,
46 North Main street.
GREAT MTJBICAL SENSATION 1 THE
HENUAKIAN (iIPsY Ul IVII.III.
MAGYAR NEMZETI ZENE,
Specially engaged for the Tlvoli.
They produce orchestra effects never before
heard in California.
FREE ENTERTAINMENT, commencing Feb
ruary 26th. f23tf
•yiENNA. BUFFET, cor. Main and Requena sts.
FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND
sj O N C E B T
EVERY EVENING FREE!
By a Quartette of Celebrated Hungarian Soloists.
FIR9T CLABB AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. ]a2tf
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertisements under the following heads
inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each
insertion.
mEETINUS.
S Stockholders' meeting-tiik 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 thepurposeof electing a board
of directors, and the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before the meet
ing. GEO. L. ARNOLD, Secretary.
m1616t
OFFICE OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Railroad Company, San Franci6oo, March
18,1889. The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany for the election of Directors for the ensu
ing year, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be brought before the meeting,
will be held at the office of the Company in the
city of Han Francisco, State of California, on
WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of April, 1889, at
10 o'clock A. M.
ml 9 23t J. L. WILLCTJTT, Secretary^
OFFICE OF THE LOB ANGELES BOARD OF
Trade, Los Angeles, Cal., March 4t.h, 1889.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting
of the Los Angeles Board of Trade will be held
at its rooms in the Board of Trade and Produce
Exchange Building, northwest corner Fltst and
Fort streets, in lx>s Angeles city, California,
on Monday, April Bth, 1889. Said 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 for 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 4th day of March, 1889.
m 5-35t T. H. WARD, Secretary.
LOST AKU rotiNis.
L~~OBT— ONE VOLUME Ai'PLKTON'd ENCY
CLOPEDIA. Suitable reward paid if
returned to 19 Requena st. m2l-3t*
STRAYED OR STOLEN—BAY MARE,SMALL
star In forehead; branded Oon left shoulder:
ieftlvanhoo March 15th. Suitable reward tA
finder if returned to BYRAM & I'OINDEXTER?
19 W. First St., Los Angeles. ml 9 lm
QTRAYED — FROM N9. 8 WINDFIELD
t> street, one sorrel 3-year-old mare Had
leather halter, white stripe in face, light colored
mane. Liberal reward for information or re
turn of said mare. 1). I. BUB3KLL mil It*
PERSONAL*
MBS. PARKER, BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
clairvoyant, 28 B. Spring, room 15. ]29-tl
D __ IV6RCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A Hl'ECl
alty. Advioe free. W. W. HOLCOMB, At
torney, 11 Temple street, Room 10-13. j 29-tI
SPECIAJL NOTICES.
M~~rT JOHNSON—CARD KRAIiER. LAI/IF.S
only, rear 225 S. riichol at ,K. L. A.
m2l lm*
DR. JOSEPH lIANNON HAS RETURNED
to the city and h»B resumed his practice
Office, 8 Spring. Telephone 1028. ml!) 7*
RB. SEAL CURES ALL CHRONIC Dlif
eases: cures use of tobacco In any form,
liquor or opium: cure of tobacco guaranteed ar
no ay; sittings daily. No. 306 S. Main st.
<2Blm
/ 1 S. WILLI VMS DESIRES TO DEVOTE HIB
XT. time to catering for weddings, balls, sup
pers and private parties. Lowest estimates.
Local references. Address G. 8., box 100, this
128 lm*
T~ 6 SOCIETIES — 80CIET1KH DESIRING TO
rent a hall for Lodge purposes, with all
conveniences, should apply to A. C. ROQUKB,
Secretary Los Augeles Lodge No. 00, B. P. O.
Elks, P. O. box 343. m2O lmo
HE 4lit)UA KTERB FRANK BARTLETT POST
No. 6. Dept. of Cal., G. A. R. Comrades
attention: You are hereby ordered to meet at
G. A R. Hall. No. -25 N. Main st„ at 1 o'clock
p. m , Thursday, March 21st, to attend the fun
eral of Comrade Henry Giilman. Comrades ot
other posts and visiting comrade' are cordially
invited to attend. By order of Post
L A. ROSS. S. V. C. Act. Com.
Attest Henry I. Cline, Adjutant. m2l It
OTICE TO CAPITALISTS—WE ARE IN
st mo ted to close out a large estate of im
proved and unimproved property in this city
and county at sacrifices that cannot be dupll.
cated. in parcels and terms to suit. It embraces
In part a choice ranch at $15 per acre, a large
body of laud on the edge of this city, a choice
orange, ranch, asplendldoity residouce.business
nroperty on Fort and Spring sts. HUMPHREYS
& RIGGIN, 20 8 Spring st mls lOt
WANTES—HELP.
WANTED— IF YOU WANT~A COOK OR
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. LACOUK. ml4-6m
WANTED—MA EE HELP.
QHORM AKSR YVANTE A~MAN WITH
IO family can hear of a place by calling at NE.
cor. of Wiußton and Wall sts. m2l-lt*
WANTED—I-EMAEE HELP.
W~~aIJtRD^TW0>
and general housework. 217 New N.
Main st. m2O 2t*
WANTED SITUATIONS-MALE.
WANTED— SITUATION AS SALESMAN IN
a grocery store Address A, 391 Flower
St., city. mls 8*
WANTED—AOENTB.
WANTED— A FIRST-CLASS MAN TO CAN
vass for first-class life, fire and accideut
insurance companies. Apply in person to
WILLIAMS, PARKS A MILLS, corner Temple
and New High sts., Los Angeles. null f
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
ANTED- PICTURES T FRAME. CHEAP
est place at BURNS'. 411 8. Main st.
W- ANTED—COTTAGE IN GOOD LOCALITY;
six rooms, bath and garden; within twenty
minutes of .Spring and Temple streets. A. W.
MANN, Postoffice. m2O 2t*
FOR RENT--ROOMS.
oTTTTeNT-3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, 14
Clay st. Terms moderate. nil 93t
SANTA MONICA-FOR CLEAN,SUNNY FUR
nlahed rooms apply to MRS. MARY
BOEHME, Ocean aye., uext to "The Lawrence."
m 5 lm*
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT IN 'I HE
Norton Block, cor. Seventh and Hlllst*.;
suitable for light housekeeping. feb24-lm*
IjlOR REN I—FOB, l Y-T WO ROOMS IN MY
J building, 37 aud 39 8. Fort st. These
rooms are iv order for immediate ocenpancy.
Rent low to the right party. E. B. MI I.LA R,
m2l-6t*
IIOR RENT—IS KINK ROOMS, AT 312 N.
Main St., fronting on two streets, very cheap;
also 1 store and large basement at 314 N. Main
st, fronting oil two streets. Inquire at 238
Allsott, mt3tt
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
I~f[oß rentlThlsap—a house of 7 rooms:
1 also, 2 furnished rooms. Apply 55 Turner
at. m2o<3t*
imOR RENT- CHEAP HOUSF.S IN ALL
I) parts of the city by C. A. BUMNER A CO.,
54 N. Main at. ml lm
IJOR REN 1-7-ROOM HOUSE, $22; 11-ROOM
1 house $30; water paid. BYRAM & POIN
DEXTER, 10 W. First St. mt-lm
LtOR RENT—FURNISHED, ELEGANT iiOU-E
X of 9 rooms: near Marlborough Hotel. C.A.
SUMNER Si CO., 54 N. Maiu st. ml 7 7t
1*0 R RENT —$40, 18-ROOM HOUSE, WELL
located, near cars; wel 1 arraneed for rent
ing rooms. BYRAM & POINDKXTER, 10 W.
Flr ( t st. ml lm
OR RENT-HOU3EB AND STORE* IN ALL
paits the city. A long list: yon can examine
Ireo. L. A. Rental Agency, 1 N. Fort st. J. C.
FLOURNOY, Secretary. ._ f27-lra
F~~V R RENT— 6-ROO.M PARTIALLY FU fi
nished cottage on Grand aye., near Temple
st. Apply to J. B. COULTER, 101 S. Spring
st., cor. Second. mltf
forjkenj^-offji^^
IflOli RENT—A GOOD REAR~O~FFICIS AND
desk room in front office, at 19 W. First at.
feh2B lm
FOR SAl.li
heifers, bulls (registered) Apply to DOCTOR
E. WERSIGK, Alhambra, Cal. ml2-14t»
I7IOR SALE-A LOT OF COUNTERS AND
' shelving; also the fittings of a chicken
store and raDCh, at a sacrifice, at RICE'S 328
and 330 8. Spring St. ; m!7-7t
OR HALE — FURNITURE, CROCKERY,
glassware, tiuware, etc., at half price, at
Rice's, 328 aud 330 South Spring St. this week.
ml7-7t
Jelling 28 Touthfort st.,
O canned meats, fruits and jellies,,lo 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 4t"
110 R SALE —THOROUGHBRED FOWLS AND
1 eggs, of 15 varieties, by A. C. RUSCK
HAUPT, on State St.. Brooklyn Heights, P. O.
box 43, Station B: successor to Jas. T. Brown,
18 Georgia St., and W. B. Nesblt Circular
free. m 3 lm*
FOR SAI.F.-Clty Property.
FOR SALE-ON~MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS,
20 beautiful lots, only 25 minutes' ride
from Courthouse, at $120 each; payments, $20
down, $10 per mouth for 10 months. HUM
PHREYS .t RIGGIN. 20 8. Spring St. mls lOt
OR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN - ONE
of the prettiest homes on Hill at , near
Filth; must be sold before lst of April; sick
ness, requiring higher altitude, cause of sell
ing. iDquire of owner, 342 Hill Bt., or room
5 Park Place. mU-lin
OR SALE—ONE OF THE FINEST BLOCKS
in South Pasadena, 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
dresß J. J. BUEHLER, 143 E. First st, Lob An
geles, ml lm
FOt* MAluE—Country Property.
rfu?ETjEWIIALL lTniTTnd~farming CO.
J. offer for sale
FARMING, FRUIT AND GRAZING LANDS
in lota to suit.
Horses and Mules for all purposes.
Bttllions aud Jacks for breeding.
Cattle, hay and grain.
For information terms, etc., apply at or ad
dress the company's cilices In San Francisco-
No whaU— : oB_Angelet. m2llm
mHK JURUPA LAND AND WATER OOM
VL pany offers a six thousand acre tract; will
■R| |- forty acres lot!; ft Mated three miles north
wesr>Kuii Rowell Hotel, Riverside Cal., with
a good Water right of one miner's inch of water
to every s\ven and one half acres of land, for
theextrenicly low price of ono hundred and
twenty-fly* dollars ($125) per acre. One-quar
ter down and balauco to suit buyers' conven
ience. The land is level and In a beautiful
sheltered valley, and 1b the best orange land In
Southern California. Commission paid to
agents. Address MILLS & CRAWFORD, 18
Court at., Lob Angeles; CUNNINGHAM & CO.,
San Bernardino; or A. B. MKBERVE. North
Pomona ]30-3 m
THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 21, 1889.
TO EXCHANGE.
XXiFOßi^A^NrrTLui^
for exchange. McDONALD, room 8 Wilson
Block, corner of Spring and First ats. f22tf ■
mo EXCHANGE -100 BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON
_L the city line at $150 each wLI he given for
a choice alfalfaororaogeranch. HUMPHREYS
,t RIGGIN, 20 8. Spring ft. mls lOt
TO EXCHANGE —4500 PIECES OF PRoF
erty; houses, lots, business property, ranches
Eastern property, merchandise, etc , etc.; call
for anything you want. J. C. WILLMON,
W. First at. ml lm*
rrio~ExcHANGE —the best santa ana
_L and San Fernando Valley lauds for flrst
claßß Eas'ern city or farm property. Address
owner, room 6. Allen block, Los Augeles.
m 12 tf
C^XCHANGE—OR FOR S ALE, IMPROVFD
business property near City Hall, 00x105
feet, at $600 per foot: will take in exchange
two-thirds of this In a choice alfalfa or orange
ranch, balance time or cash. HUMPHREYS
A RIGGIN, 20 8. Spring St. mls lot
BUSINESS CHANCRS
FOR SALE—BUTCHER SHOP, 819 8. MAIN
Bt. m 8 lm*
FOR SALE—BUTCHER SHOP, LEASE, 5J<
years. Apply cor. First and Alameda,
m 7-lm*
FOR BALE—DRUG STORE IN SANTA ANA,
will invoice $1000; will sell for half that
if sold immediately : sickness cause of selling.
Call or address J. J. BUEHLER, 143, E First
at, Los Angeles. mOlm
FINANCIAL,.
o^Y^oT^oTN^nTs™
ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. m2tf_
ONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PKo£
erty. POMEROY & GATES, 16 Court st.
mlStf
LOANIjN MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law. 78
Temple block. f22tf
ONEY TO 'LOAN—IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
gilt edsed security. W. S. WATERB,
room 2,117 New High st. mlOtf
e»1 AAA AAATO LOAN ON REAL F.B
-«ftI*UUU>UUU tato. SECURITY SAVINGS
BANK, 40 s. Main st. ml 7 tf
MONEY TO LOAN —ON Fl RBT - CLASS
mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER,
Room 9, Baker Block, Los Angeles. m9tf
fITIAA AAA TO LOAN. A. J. VIBLB,
»S)IUU>UUU Room 1, Wilson blk. f26-lmo
ONK'TtO LOAN-IN LARGE OR BMALL
amounts on first-class mortgages by C. A.
SUMNER & CO., 54 N. Main st. ml lm
fflX/wS?ifILOAN ON FTRST-CLABB
J\J\J mortgages, at low rates.
BYRAM & POINDEXTER. 19 W. First st.
f23tf
BUY OF SIX
vJLiOwv rooms, bath, cemovt sidewalk;
near Tenth and Pearl. J. E. HOW, 9 N Main
street. m2l:tf
/CALIFORNIA LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
yj rooms 9 and 10, Phillips block, buy ap
proved notes, mortgages and deal in real estate
loans aud commercial paper. mStf
(~^(O~LLATE RAL~ LOANS MADE AND NOTES
; discoaiued. UNION LOAN AND TKU3T
CO., room 11, Phillips' block. mStf
Willi I TO $50,000 TO LOAN AT REASONA
bIc; rates. LO3 ANGELES REAL ES
TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C.
FLOURNOY, Secretary, IN. Fort «t. mO lm
/IRAWFORD di MCUREEKY, ROOM 10, OVER
V7LOB Angeles National Bank. Loan 150 to
(50,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy
notes, mortgages and contracts. m2otf
O LOAN—ANY" AMOUNT FROM $25 TO
$1000 ou all classes of good security; also
money loaned on personal property. E. L.
BUCK, rooms3l and 32, New Wilson block.
mlOtl
MONEY TO LOAN—SAVE RENT, JOIN THE
Home Building Association. Build your
self a borne and pay for it on the installment
plan. For information apply to M. C. WEST
BROOK, Secretary, room 87, Phillips block,
Spring at. felO ftm
EXCURSIONS.
VERLAND EXCTR9IiSnB LOB
Angeles every Wednesday; Pullman
tourist cars, fully equipped, to Omaha and
Kansas City. Call or address JOHN 'ILARK,
51 N. Spring St. f23 lm
lEXCURSIONSI EXCURSIONS — EAST AND WEST, BEMI
!i monthly. Through Bleeping cars to Kansas
City and Chicago. FREE sleeping accommoda
tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply
to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring St., Los Au
geles. ml2tf
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK
Island route excursions will leave Los
Angoles every Tuesday. Tourist sleeping cars
elegantly equipped, free of charge. Call or ad
dres, F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st.
m3-tf
WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS TO ALL
points East. Through cars to Chicago,
elegantly and completely equipped. Our next
parties leave Los Angeles March 26th, April
3d and 17th. For tickets, berths, aud further
information, call on oradrtress LM. WALTERS,
19 N. Spring st., or 51 N. Spring st , Los An
geles. 125
EXCURSIONS— THROUGH CARS TO CHl
oago. Only one change to Boston. Con
ductors and porters accompany all parties.
Leave Los Angeles March 13th and 27th.
April 10th and 24th, May Bth and 22nd,
A. PHILLIPS Si CO., 44 N. Spring »t„ Los An
goles, Cal. f 27-tf
EXCURSIONS TO ALL
points Last, via Balt
Lake City and Denver,
leave March 14th, 28th,
April 11th and 25tb. Tour
ist cars completely equipped.
Berths free. Call upon or
address J. B. Quigley, agent,
112 North Spring afreet.
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; Btoves with im
proved heaters 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 Bolton and Philadelphia. But on- chauge of
carß (in Union Depot) at New Orleans. The
Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route through
the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir
mingham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, etc.
Quiok time, direct connections. Excursions
leave Los Angeles December 16th aud 30th..
1888,; January 13t 1, 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 1.3 5m
EDIiVATIONAL.
College and English Training School. 38
40 and 42 S. Main St., near Second. D. B. WIL
LIAMS. Prln. mlStf
ST. MATTHEW'S HALL. SAN MATEO, CAL
A Church School for boys; 23rd year. REV.
ALFRED LEE BREWER. M. A., Principal.
Il9tf
LOB ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 S.
Main st., near Second. Experienced teachers;
complete courses of study. Day and ereuing
sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. ) 30t
THE LOB ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF
Husic, No. 406 8. Main st. Complete
course either in music, art, language or elocu
tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President.
ST. HILDA'S HALL OF G LEND ALE — A
Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Glen
dale. Accommodates 100 pupils. Full oorps of
teachers. For circulars apply at school, or
City office, 75 North Spring street.
REV. THOB. W. HABKINB, Aoting Rector.
f27«
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
—AND —
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal
SESSIONS DAY AND ITKNINS.
For particulars, call at ofßoe or address.
*20-lv F. C WOODBURY. Punctual.
ARCHiievri.
iTi7 V ROOMS
3 and 4, Downey block, Los Angeles. f22tf
/iEO. F. COBTERfSAN, ARCHITECT, BOOMS
XX 21, 22, 23 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. fl2tf
TIR. CHAS. DE SZIGETHY. OFFIOE AND
If rtsideuce, 313 s. Main st. Telephone,
jjOgg m2l tf
D* OAKLING OCULIST AND AURIBT
Office 25 North Main 8L Office Honrs, 9a.
m. to 4 r. m. m ltf-dAw
DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN Sis
ters' Hospital: I\i N. Mam St., looms 1, 2
and 3. Telephone 116. (27 tf
EA. IbK CAILHOL, M. D.-AT HIS BANI
-. torium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone
891. ml-tl _
DR. C. E. CLACIUS HAS REMOVED HIS
oflice from 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Spring at.
Honrs from 11 a. m. to 2r. m. Specialty—Sex
ual and skin diseases, chronic diseases in gen
eral- mtf
DR. W. W. MURPHY, AUK
-Ist, 107 8. Spring «t., Holleubeck block, Los
Angelos. Office hours, 9a.m.to 12 m. and 2to
41*. M. 124tf_
MRS. DR. J. M. SMITH "(FORMERLY MRS.
C.E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in
Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladles cared for
duritu: confinement. Midwifery a specialty.
f[2B-6m
DR. J. H. RENEBOME (LATE SURGEON
German Hospital, 8. F.). Office and resi
dence: 215 W. Sixth st. Hours: lto3p. M.
ml lm
TVR. WEST HUGHES, FORMER. RESIDENT
If Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur
gery i including genlto-nrinary diseases) and
discuses of the nose, throat and chest. 76 N.
Sprint st. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. f24tf
14R. WALTER LINDLEY HAS REMOVE~D
U his residence to 40 Ottawa street betwe en
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, residence,42. f24lm
DB L, GOLDBCHMIKDT—GENERALPRAC
ticing physician; late of New York; twenty
year? private an 1 hospital experience. Ofllce,
23 South Spring street, room 12; residence,
Eme:sou House, 415 South Olive street; tele
phone, Office, 1019. Residence, 1054. Spe
cialty;JMseases of children. f27-tf
Jose™ Hannon. M. D. Taos. J. Tubpin. M. D.
Bet.ldence: 1495 8. Residence; 648 b.
Mnin st. Olive st.
Telephone 473. Telephone 1029.
HANNON & TURPIN,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office: 21S>2 Bouth Spring street,
Telephone 1028. ml 9 7*
M HILTON WILLIAMS, cT P. 8.
•O. Specialist in diseases of the head,
throat and chest, including the eyo, ear and
heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen,
monoxide, and other medicated Inhalations,
used in all diseases of the respiratory organs.
Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Becond and
Soriugsrreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
from 9 a m. to 4 p. m.
| HUBaJEOPATHIII'I^
Dlt H. C. ROVER, BTJKGKON. HAMMAM
Baths Institute. Office hours, 10 a. n to 8
r. v. feb2l lm
lil A. CLARKE, M. It., OFFICE AND REsE
Hi. deuce, 24 S. Spring st, Hours Ito 4 p. h.
Telephone 353. ml 4
DBS. BEACH & 37 N."
Spring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 M , 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. M. Dr. Boynton's
residence, 735 Olive st. ml9tf
ISAAC FELi.OWS, M. ATHI9T
Office Hours—ll to 12 a. m., 2 to o p. m„
Offlce-No«. 2 and 6 Odd Fellows' Building,
Los Angeles, Col Residence 408 South Main
street. mS-tf.
SB. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMCEPATHISIT
• Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson block, cor.
First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pearl
st. Offico hours, 11 a. it. to 3p. m. Telephone
Nos. ■ Office 597; residence 577. f24tf
DENTISTS.
DR. R. G. CUNNINGHAM, 25 NORTH MAIN
St., McDonald block. mls-tf
DR. W. H. MABBER HAS REOPENED HIB
dental office In rooms 1 and 2, California
Bank building, cor. Second and Fort sts. J3O-tf
ENTAL Cor 7 BPRIN»AND
Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold flll
iug, from $1.00 up: amalgam filling, from 50c.
up; extracting. 25c. A regular graduate in
constant attendance. f2l tf
REMOVED.
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
sts., Wilson block; take elevator. Teeth
filled painlessly. Gold crowns and bridge
work a specialty. Teeth extracted painlessly.
Dr. Max Wassman, of San Francisco, and Dr.
Casson Mac Donald, of Philadelphia, assistants.
]410 m
ADAMS BRObT, DENTISTS, 23 ~H. SPRING
street, Rooms 4 and 5,
Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver
Bllings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by.
vitalised air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth •
extracted without gas or air, 50 cents.
Rest sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By oar now
method of making teeth, a misfit is Impossible.
All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
out pain.
Office Honrs from Ba. v., to sp. M. Sundays
from 10 a. v. to 12 in. Night calls answered
office mB-tf
Q V. LANDT, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-
C\ or f.t-l.iw. Office, over Los Angeles Na
tional Bank, cor. First and Spring sts. mlltf
WALTER ROSE, ATTORNEY, ROOM 6 Al7
leu block, cor. Spring and Temple sts.ml4tf
AB. HOTCHKISS, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 8
. and 9. Safe Deposit building, cor. New
Hieh and Temple sts. ml7tf
MMllllTl MTiETIIStiS.
WELCOME LODGE, K. OF H., tfo. 3342—
Meets Tuesday evenings at room 45, Cali
fornia Bank Building.
C~F., GUARDIAN COUNCIL, NO. 90—
. Regular meeting first and third Fridays, at
Pythian Castle, 24 S. Spring St.
i~ iIABT _ BIDE LODGE, Nbr.325, I. O. O. F.—
V Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fel
lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downer aye.,
East Los Angeles.
08 ANGELES LODGE 7 r!07~2925, K. OF
H.—Regular meetings are held every Wed
nesday evening at 17 W. First st.
S" IGNET CHAPTER,
statedly on the first Tuesday of each month,
at 7:15 p. m., at Masonic Hall, cor. of Spring
mid first sti.
EXECUTORS' SALE.
Valuable Farm
j 3263 ACRES
'ON BRANNAN ISLAND
rjELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF THE
JJ late DX. F. ZEILE, situated in Sacramento
c unty about one mile below and opposite the
town of Rio Vista, fronting about oue 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, snch as houses, barns, warehouse,
etc., with some personal property. About 700
seres now under a lease which expires Decem
ber, 1890.
—ALSO,—
1064 acres, more or less, situated on ANDROS
IBLAND, at the junction on Georglana slough
and the Moquclumne river, with about two and
a half miles of navigable water frontage.
These lands are thoroughly reclaimed, con
venient to market, and are unsurpassed for
productiveness by any in the State.
To be sold subject to the approval of the Pro
bate Court.
Bids 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. 0. LIVKRMORE,
E. H. TAFT,
Executors.
Ban Francisco, February 25,1889. m2tf
Newhall Bros.,
COAL, WOOD, HAY, GRAIN, ETC.,
In large or small quantities.
110 W . flfta St. Telephone 468.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL ON US.
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U. i l '. HUjJLJN ZiiiMAN,
Druggist and Chemist,
No. 122 N. Main St., I.oa Angeles, Cal.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
night. 121tf 1
NORTHWARD BOUND.
Messrs. Towne and Hunting
ton Arrive.
AN INTERVIEW WITH THEM.
Railroad Hatters in General—Sev
eral Rumors Denied—More
Improvements.
In a special train, at !):L'o o'clock last
night, Mr. Collis P. Huntington, First
Vice-President of the Southern Pacific,
and Mr. A. N, Towne, Third Vice-Presi
dent and General Manager of the system,
arrived at the Wolfskill depot from the
East. There was quite a sprinkling of
people assembled on tho platform to
welcome the magnates, raiiroad men be
ing in the preJominance, while two or
three reporters, with anxious expressions
on their faces, stood waiting to board the
cars the moment they pulled op. Mr.
A. N. Towne was the first of the party to
alight, and on being accosted by a Her
ald man he, with his usual courtesy,
consented to be "pumped," and invited
the scribe into the comfortable quarters
of the director's car.
"I really have very little to tell you,"
said Mr. Towne. "luformation having
been received at headquarters at San
Francisco that Mr. Huntington was
about to make his annual visit to the
Coast, I went to New Orleans to meet
him, and we journeyed together to the
City of Mexico via the International line
from Eagle Pass to Torreon, which is
controlled by Mr. Huntington. We
passed a very pleasant time in that part
of the country and are now on our way to
San Francisco in a hurry. A meeting is
to be held there, at the end of
the month, of the Board of Directors of
the Company, and the annual reports
and many important matters are to be
presented for consideration. Mrs. Hop
kins-Searles passed through Los An
geles last night, accompanied by her
attorney, Mr. Stiilman, and as Senator
Stanford has also telegraphed his inten
tion of being on hand, there will be a
well-attended conference. As to rail
road news, I have very little that I can
give you. Our trip into Mexico was cer
tainly in connection with the extension
of the International road, and although
it may ultimately be pushed through to
the coast, at present it will only be built
into Durango."
"There is a rumor afloat to the effect
that you contemplate resigning the Gen
eral Managership of the road," said the
Herald man. "Is there anything in it?"
"If there is, I don't know about it,"
said Mr. Towne, with a twinkle in his
eye.
When asked as to who composed tbe
party in the special, the genial railroad
man replied, "Mr. Huntington, his wife,
sou and niece, Miss Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. Shaw, my daughter-in-law; our
secretaries and attendants.
Mr. Towne is looking in remarkably
good health, and said to the scribe that
he never felt better in his life; "though
I am very tired after the long trip we
have made," he added, as the reporter
made his way out.
A CALL ON MR. HUNTINGTON.
The pencilier then wended his way in
to the next car, the "Oneosta," which is
known throughout the railroad world as
Mr. Huntington's special. The million
aire was found seated at his table hard
at work, as usual, with a secretary in a
chair near by, reading and marking let
ters from a huge pile that had evidently
just been opened. In spite of his 68
years, Mr. Huntington is still an active,
vigorous-looking man, and he has iost
none of his boundless fund of merriment,
for, after greeting the arrival, he
gravely removed his pince-nez and asked
what was the news. The scribe
explained that he was on that very
errand himself, and on putting a ques
tion about Mexico, Mr. Huntington re
plied: "Yes, I contemplate some rail
road construction down there, for I
believe there are excellent inducements
for building. The extension through the
Pacific Coast will probably be the re
sult of what I shall do, but at
present I shall he satisfied with
running the line into Durango, a distance
of about 155 miles. I am very much
pleased with Mexico, and had no idea
that it was such a fine place as it has
proved itself to be to me during my
ramblings there of the past few days.
South of Zacetecas, especially, there is a
magnificent stretch, and some day there
will be wondrous developments in that
part of the continent. As to when work
will be actually commenced out of Tuc
son, I cannot exactly name the day, but
it will be very soon. Mr. W. N. Monroe,
of Monrovia, is not, however,
down in Mexico on that account;
I believe that he is about
to undertake some work for the Mexican
Central. Tbe principal thing I can tell
you regarding my trip is, aB concerns the
the Sunset road, that is the line from
San Francisco to New Orleans. It is the
intention to make some marked improve
ments on it immediately, especially in
the Texas section. Lower grades will be
made, and the road shortened in every
conceivable way and put in thoreugh
condition, for we intend to make it the
finest highway across the continent.
There is a lot of work before
the Southern Pacific for the next
few years, but this will be
put first on the list. The coast line from
I.os Angeles to San Francisco has not
been tabled in any manner, I can assure
you, and after our meeting in San Fran
cisco something will probably be done in
the matter. Then there are the railroad
shops to be built in East Los Angeles;
they are also on the tapis, for although
they may not be put up just yet, I can
tell you that they will certainly be built.
As to a line into San Diego, the
matter is just this way: We may
build it, and we may not; certainly
not at present. We have a good
deal of building also to do in the way of
extensions of lines already operating, so
you can see what a host of matters are be-
fore us."
"What is there in the rumor of your
being about to gobble the Santa Fe?"
asked the scribe.
"I don't know," was the reply, and
Mr. Huntington smiled as he added,
"Information of that description I have
to get from the newspapers. I don't
don't know where they get it, so all I can
do is to watch for developments."
The conversation then turned on the
new road from Los Angeles to Bait Lake,
FIVE CENTS,
and on the scribe asking if it
was true that the Southern Pacific was
about to build from Mojave and head otf
the projected line, Mr. Huntington said:
"I expect not. I hope that the company
that builds the line you speak of will
have plenty of money to support it, for it
will be a permanent investment of capi
tal for many years to come."
The scribe then mentioned the rumors
afloat as to there being a little distress
in the present financial standing of the
Southern Pacific, and the magnate said:
"There is nothing at all in such
stories. The company has never
been on a firmer financial footing
than it is at the present day,
and the prospects have never been more
hopeful. Our receipts last year sur
passed all expectations, and it is encour
aged by this that we are contemplating
casting our lines farther out."
The reporter then showed to Mr.
Huntington a dispatch that had arrived
during the afternoon by the Associated
Press, and which read as follows:
"The Kurt says: C. P. Hnutlngton is reported
to be negotiating with Philadelphia ahip-owa
erß for the purchase of steamships of the
American Una to run from New York to Bra
zilian potts."
"Well, that is a strange statement,"
said the millionaire, when he had fin
ished reading it. "Why, Mr. Thurber
and I have owned for a long time the
American line of steamers plying be
tween New York and Rio de Janeiro. I
did not even know that we had any com
petition, for I do not count the few tramp
boats which run between the porta
named, some of which are owned by a
man named Holton. In connection with
that line of ours, though, I can inform
you that we are having two more large
steamers built at Chester, Pa.; at least
I left it with Mr. Thurber to make the
contracts, and I suppose they are fixed
up long ago."
When asked if he had heard of the
"strike" at the Santa Clara placers Mr.
Huntington said that he had, but it
seemed to him to be more of a "trans
portation strike" than anything else. "I
will stay on the coaßt about five or six
weeks," said the railroad chief in res
ponse to the newspaper man's final in
terrogation, "and will in all probability
return to New York over the Central
Pacific."
Tne special train and its distinguished
inmates will pull out for the North at
10 o'clock this morning, a side trip to
Santa Barbara being on the programme,
as at present arranged.
ONLY A SCRATCH,
But Blood Poisoning- Supervene*
In Had sitape.
J. M. Collier was employed by Adams
& Stevens, in their slaughter-house, on
the Pasadena road. A week ago last
Wendesday he went into a hog corral to
clean it out, and in coming out, while
climbing over the fence, he scratched
his arm the least little bit in the world.
It was so slight that he paid no attention
to the matter. Thursday he came to
the city, and Friday he felt a little un
comfortable, feeling as if there was
a splinter in his Bhirt which was
scratching his arm. He looked, bat
could see only a small red spot on the
skin. By Saturday morning his arm was
quite sore, and he went to a doctor to
have it treated. He took some medi
cine, but paid no further attention to the
affair, as the medico told him it did not
amount to anything. Sunday morning
his arm was so swollen that he could not
get his coat on. By the advice of a
friend, he went to Dr. E. N. Mathis,
who told him to get a room and go
to bed. This he did, and by night his
arm was as big as a barley Back, a very
severe case of blood-poisoning having set
in. Since then Dr. Mathis has been
working hard on the case, and has, by
his skill and care, brought Mr. Collier
through his troubles so far that he will be
able to be about in a day or two.
The case was a very aggravated one as
it stood last Sunday, yet it arose at
first from a very small scratch.
Mr. Collier cannot account for his suffer
ing, excepting on the supposition that
some of the slaughter-house offal, on
which the hogs are fed, had stucs on the
fence board, and thus had been commu
nicated to his arm. It only shows how
great care should be taken of seemingly
slight wounds.
THE IROQUOIS.
It Is a Permanent organization of
■ on Angeles.
On Tuesday evening the Iroquois Club
met at its rooms, No. 17 North Main
street. Notwithstanding the defeat of
the Democratic party at the recent elec
tions, there was a large attendance pres
ent, and much interest was taken in the
proceedings. The fact that the cam
paigns are over makes no difference with
the existence of the club. A clause was
introduced in its constitution making it
a permanent institution. Since its first
organization it has had a continual list
of 155 members in good standing. At its
meeting on Tuesday evening the disposi
tion to make the club one of the strongest
of its kind was expressed on all sides.
The organization of this club took place
in the Opera House Hall on the 13th of
May, 1888, and the officers were then
initiated by the "Iroquois," of San Fran
cisco,assisted by Mr. Theo. Metzler,of this
city. Since that time the club has taken
prominence in the politics of this city,
despite the fact that it nas been in
various ways handicapped. It has been
the leading Democratic political organi
zation of this city, or fetate, outside of
San Francisco, and has been honored
with the task of receiving Senator Grady
and several other noted orators from the
East, as well as many local speakers.
Mr. Sidney Lacey was one of the orig
inal founders of the club, and was its
first president, which position he most
acceptably filled, and was succeeded by
the present incumbent, Captain A. F.
Mackey. The following are the officers
of the club: President, A. F. Mackey;
Secretary, A. C. Clarke; Financial Sec
retary, J. H. Melvill; Treasurer, H. T.
D. WiUon; Sagamore, H. W. Patton;
Medicine Man, John Moriarity.
An Excited Peddler.
Yesterday afternoon, about 4 o'clock,
an Italian peddler by the name of Frank
John was driving along Alameda street,
near Naud's warehouse, when several
boys ran out and threw stones at him,
yelling at the same time unpleasant
names. The peddler says that he was
so badly frightened that he did not
know what he was doing. At all events,
he whipped out a long six-shooter and
began blazing away at the boys. He
had fired several shots when two deputy
sheriffs ran up and took him into cos
tody. He was taken to the County Jail,
and a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon entered against him.

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