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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
i 1 RAND OPERA HOUSE.
lj H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
FIVE NIGHTS ONLY! FIVE NIGHTS ONLY !
With a Special Saturday Matinee
COMMENCING TUESDAY. MARCH 25TH
The Original and World Famous
Presenting Their New Grand Fairy Spectacle
NEW FANTASMA !
NEW SCENES, MUSIC, CO3TCUEB AND
AT_r- Remember, Everything New This "Jg_
— ■ —r
/ I RAND OPERA HOIHE.
XX H. C. Wyait, Lessee and Manager.
THREE NIGHTS ONLY !
COMMENCING THURSDAY, MARCH 20TII.
Grand Saturday Matinee.
Hoyt's Bcrcamiugly Funny Play,
A Hole lv the (ireund 1
NEW 80NG8! NEW DANCES! NEW FACES!
The Play for the Day and the People.
Laughter Runs Eiot! Funny and Frolicsome.
Seats now on sale. marl3-td
I V LOWE It FESTI V A I.
For Premium Lists and space address
MISS VICTORIA WITMER,
I.ueiis and West Third streets.
On all other matters address
MRS. J. I). BURCH,
PALACE RESTACRANT AND SALOON,
Corner First and Spring Btreets.
Tho Most Magnificent nnd Topu'.ar Resort
in the City.
CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOLOISTS
from 8 to 12.
JOS. BCHURTZ, PROPRIETOR.
Fifth and Olive streets.
BEGINNING SATURDAY, MARCH 22d.
For the Respectable Clas;eß Only.
Admission free to gallery. Skating, 25 cents.
J. L. WALTON, Manager. mrlBlm
NOW OPB-N . - *k.
Natatorlum or Swimming" Bath,
Wator heated by steam; several new porcelain
lined tubs added, also a large dressing-room f.ir
ladies, couuec;ing with baths. Tuesday nights
for ladles and gentlemen.
WM. J. McCALDIN,
mar 6 tf President and Manager.
Broadway and Sixth Street.
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 28TH,
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION MOOIALI
Vocal and Instrumental Music, and the rieas
•■i Ivc O'clock Tea"
Rendered by the Angel City Amateurs, Arthur
W. P. Kiuney, manager. Music by High
Admission (to cover expenses), 10 cents.
Illinois hftl' to let
VaTANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD-
W vertisements under the Jollowing heads in
ttrted at the rate of 6 cents per me for each
insertion, or tl a line per month.
A^cTED—TO RENT A FURNISHED DINING
room, and board owners In exchange for
reut. Address or call, MRS. MORGART, 211
W. Fourth st . m-22-2,*
WANTBD-A PARTNER WITH CAPITAL
to take one-half interest in a valuable
patent. Address W., P. o. box 1,601.
ANTED-$3,000; $2,500 ON LONG TIME
at low rate of interest, $500 on short time;
secured by first mottgage on prime residence
property. Address J. L., box 1,210, Station 0,
city « m"22-7t
WANTED —A PETALUMA INCUBATOR.
Addrets M J. HOLLAND, Station 11, City.
WANTED— A GOOD WAIST FINISHKR: NO
other need apply. 209 W. SEVENTH 8T
ANTED—FURNISHED HOU."E OF FOUR
or five rooms; centrally located; reut
moderate. Address, BOX 1,225, Station C.
WANTED— HORSES TO PASTURE; BEST
pasture in the couuty; plenty of water;
man In attendance; horses called for and
delivered without extra charge. W- „- K
-HUGHES, room 10,107 N. Spring St. mr!6-tl
SPOT CASH PAID FOR PIANOS, DIAMON DS,
carriages etc.; must be cheap. PACIFIC
LOAN CO.. 124j_ 8. Spring st. I23tf
ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME AT
Burns' Music Store. 152 8. Main Bt. mltf
SALESMEN WANTED AT ONCE —A FEW
good men to se 1 our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; we are the largest
manufacturers In our line; liberal taiary
paid; permauent position; money advanced
for w«ges, advertising, etc. For terms, ad
dross CENTENNIAL MFG. CO , Chicago, 111
WANTED— BY AN EXPERIENCED MAN;
a situation on a bee ranch; will take it on
shares or work by the month. Address J. G ,
34 Buen*ViB'ast.,olty. mar2l-7f
WANTED—III ALE HELP.
W~ ANTED —A GOOD CLOTHING SALEB
-man. with references. Apply X., box 20,
this office. mar2Q 7t
FOX KENT—HOC MSI.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms and bath; rent cheap to right party;
location central. Address M., box 30, this
FOR RENT—ELLIS COLLEGE BUILDING.
Inquire of Witmer Bros. & Co., room 4,
California Bank building. mr22-lm
OR RENT — FURNISHED HOUSE, TEN
rooms and bath, stable, yard, flowers and
Shrubbery. 215 N. BROADWAY. mr22-3t*
FOR RENT—BEAUTIFUL, HOME OF SIX
rooms,hard finished, decorated and frescoed;
lawn and large yard, with plenty of room for
chickens; located between Santa Fe and new
Southern Pacific depots; ten minutes walk
from Main street. Railroad men and others
wanting a nice home at a bedrock rent address
OWNER, P. O. box 1142,01ty. mar9-tf
liff!I iff! R RENT—HOUSES ALL OVBB THK OWr.
JUMNER & CO., 7 S. Fort st mlO tf
110 HOUSEKEEPERS — SUGAR 16 LBS.
, brown or 11 lbs. white fl; * Ihs. rice
sago or tapioca, 25c; 13 bs, white beans,
starch. 4 packages USe: Arbackle coffee, 28c;
germea, 20c; pickles, 10c a qt.;lo lbs corn
meal, 15c; good black or J ipuu te", aso;can
gasoline, 90c; coal oil, 90c; sack flour, 80c;
10 cans salmon $1; 3 cans corn or tomatoes,
2Ac; 11 cans frun $1; 6 lbs raisins or prunes,
25c; nectarines, f c a lb; jams and jellies, 10c a
glass; 40 bars soap, $1; baco I, 11c; hams, 13c;
pork, 10c ECONOMIC SIOHEB, 509-511 8.
Spring st. Telephone 975 mars-lm
MR. M. P. THYB, PLUMBER FORMERLY
of the East Side, is requested tocommuDi
eate with this office, stating where he ran be
ONT DISPOSE OF YOUR CASf-uFF
clothes until you try Morris, who always
pays full value for gentlemen's clothiDg;
orders by mall promptly attended to. Be s ire
to look for sign, "MORRIS," 119 Commercial
RIDING SCHOOL FOR LADIES AND
children, 814 Grand aye., Telephons 730;
lndb s' aud gen's' No 1 saddle horses to let at
reasonab.e rates; tlr>t class double and single
turnouts. 8. G. WETHKRN, Prop. marBtf
(5T OLMSTED. MANAGER HOILENBECK
. bookstore, 114 W. Second St. Sheet music
5 cents. marl-lm
IVOROE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE
free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office.
24 West First-st.. rooms 10 and 11. f'29-tf
PERBO.NAL — INT If R KBTING TO EVERY
body. How to make and save money.
Read the classified advertisements in the
Herald dally. A few cents spent in an ad
vertisement may make thousands of dollars for
you. You may procuro a situation; sell your
house and lot; rent your vacant property; buy
a paving business or 8"11 to advantage; loan
your idle money or borrow cheaper than from
agents, and in a thousand different ways use
these colnmns to advantage. On this page ad
vertisements are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A
_jtjBjSgs__ LOB ANGELES DETEC
j_KBPJ,">*l_i*_ live Bureau will furnish
reliable and expert detec-
.*" fives to private persons od
igate all classes of crime;
locat missing parties; ob
tain evidence in oivil and criminal actions;
aud *11 othor legitimate business attonded to
with dispatch. All transactions strictly con
fidential; best of refereucos given when re
quired; t»rms reaponeMe. Address all com
munications to THO3. MCCARTHY, Supt.,
Honm 3S Wilton Block m°rs-'f
FOR RENT—SIS A MONTH; CHFAPEBT
brick stores i-i the city; 20 and 50 Wilming
ton street, near RequeDa; also two cottages in
rear; good entrance; one of five »Hd one of four
rooms; $10 ft month each. Key with J.
BKOWNSTEIN, Jacoby's clothing house. Lr_
Aug-'les Bt. mar2o I*t,
FOR BENT-City Property.
FOR RENT—FROM 1 TO 50 ACRES, AT),
joining Southern Pacific grounds, east side
Alameda street, betwoen Seventh and Ninth,
suitable for manufacturing estnblishments,
lumber yards, etc.; long lease given. Apply to
T LX *,HY, Alamed* sr.. ma'Tl-lm
FOR Bi.EE-Ii.IVE STOCK.
FOR BALE, OR EXCHANGE FOR DAIRY
cows—Span of 5-year-old ho-set-, weighing
2,700 pounds. Address R. D. WALKER, box
60 this office. mar2l-7t«
FOR SALE—EGGS OF THE CELEBRATED
Wyandotte fowls at 844 W. TENTH ST.
FOit SALE—Country Property.
close an estate; 30 acres of best orange
land in Duarte;o acres In bearing orange trees;
4 acres in vine*: a good house, bam, etc.; the
Boost water right iv Los \ngeles couutv. For
particulars apply to MORTIMER & HARRIS,
78 Temple block, attornoyn tor vendoi.
rMPROVKD RAVCH-40 ACRES ORANGE
land. Price, $3,000; worth $6,000. S. B.
GORDON, room 28, Bryson-Bonebrake build
aOR SALE—City Property.
on Twelfth st.; $350; only two days'offer.
W. R. BURKE, 155 N. Spring St. mn.r22 2i*
FOR BALE-10SX100 FEET BUBINKSB
prorertv, at 332 E First st ; can be had at
a bargain if sold before June Ist. mt22-7t
FOX SALE—TINE UPRIGHT PIANO, $135;
also one for $225, elegant case. PACIFIC
LOAN CO., 124!j S. Spring st. mr22 tf
F'OK SALE-ONE OF~tliE FINEST AND
most commanding residence sites in center
of town; 120i155 feet : parties leaving town.
Call or address, 320 a. OLIVE ST., city. m2l-4t*
FOR SALE-500,000 BLUE GUM TREKS AT
$0 per 1000, iv boxes of 100. Comer
Seventh and Spring sts. H. WIEsKNDANGKR.
marl 4 lm
FOR BALE8ALE—AN ELEGANT UPRIGHT PIANO,
nearly new, for $250. PACIFIC LOAN
CO., 124>_ 8. Spring st. mar9-tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—NEW AND
second-hand safes at bottom prices. 158
N. Main St., W. B. SCARBOROUGH <St CO.
J? established; no better location anywhere;
stock on hand; complete fixtures and tools In
all department; blacksmlthlng; wood shop:
trimming and painting; now doing a good
profitable business in sales and repairing;
mostly cash; price. $3,500; possession given
at once; would seir.half interest to right man;
also a house; large lot, barn, etc , $3,000.
Address CARRIAGE uUSINESS, box 50, this
office. mar 9 sat-su-4!.*
FOR SALE—A BUTCHER SHOP; DOING
er-od business. COR. FIRST AND ALI
MKDA STa. mar7-lin«
land tinder a good water system, for civ or
choice Eastern property. MEAD <St CHAPIN,
34 N. Spring st. marO.lm
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, TELEGRA-
Phy. LONGLEY INSTITU l'E, 126 W. First
St., tho only school lv the city In which these
arts are taught by competent geutlemen.skilled
in their profession. Terms moderate. ELI AS
LONGLEY. 30 years a reporter. W. H.WAGNER,
stenographer and telegrapher. marl-6m
RB. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Singing, Piano and Guitar. Sneolal rates
to beginners. Rooms 11 and 12 Postomce
THE StSTEBS OF THE HOLY NAMES
have opened a boarding and select day
i-chool at Ramona, Cal ; the site of the institu
tion is unequaled; the course of instruction 1b
of the highest grade. Address for terms SR.
ACADEMY OF IMMACULATE HEART, PICO
Heights—Conducted by the Sisters of Im
maculate Heart. The soho'.astio year com
prises two sessions of five months each . The
first session commences on the Ist of Sep
tember, aud second on the Ist of February.
Pupils are received at any time during the
year. Their session commences from the date
of entrance. For further particulars apply on
tho premises-or at the Cathedral school, Los
Angeles st. The above house is the novitiate of
the order. ml 5m
T OS ANGELES BUBINEBB COLLEGE AND
lj English Training Bchool, new number, 144
S. Main st. Experienced teachers: oomplete
courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prln.m22tf
SCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL,
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILI.KN,
723 Market St., Ban Francisco. * mlO-tf
fXTOODBDBY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
BHORTHAND~A A ND TYPEWRITING
159 Somth Spring Sty**, Los Angeles, Gal
SESSIONS vatF »n «VBNIH».
For partloolars, of ; offlo* or address.
S2O-1T F. 0. i tDBUBY. Principal.
pi H. BROWN, ARCHITECT, OFFICE, BRY-
U. «*n-Bonebrake block, 3d floor, rooms 42
and 48. mUM
Saturday morning, makch _2. 1890.
CJANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL
IO competitors, both In time and distance to
all points Bast. Special tonri«t excursions
Earn every THURSDAY. For full information,
apply to or address any agent, or CLARENC E
A. WARNER. Bxc. Manager, 29 N. Spring mltl
Y\7INTER TRAVEL—FORTNIGHTLY TOUR
» V Ist Excursions—Organized and conducted
by the Southern Paninc Company, via tho
Sunßet Route, New Orleans, Birmingham, Chat
tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York,
Philadelphia and intermediates.
Through service of Pullman Tourist Sleepers.
Parties personally conducted by a Southern
Sleepers have improved heaters for light
cooking aud tea aud cuffee.
1 Adjustable lunch tables in every section-
Leave Los Angeles March 14th and 28th;
Aprillllh; May 2nd and 16th,, 1890.
For further information apply to any Agent
Southern Pacific Co, or to the General Pas
senger Office, No. 200 S. Spring s'.. Cor. Second.
Lob Angeleß. Cal. O. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent;
J. M. CRAWLEY. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T. H.
GOODMAN, G. P. A T. A.; R. GttAY, Gen'l
Traffic M«r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr.
in 15 2m
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS PERSONALLY
conducted in Pullman tourist oars to
New York and Boston. 44 N. Spring St. f27tf
ROCK ISLAND ROUTK KXCURBIONS VIA
Denver and Rio Grande R'y, "Tho Soenic
Line of the World," leave Los Angeles
every Tuesday via Salt Lake City and Denver
Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, fully and
elegantly equipped. Solid Vestibule train*
between Denver, Kansas City 'ouncll Bluffs
and Chicago. Magnificent dining and free re
clining chair cars. For rates snd sleeping
reservations, call or address F. W. THOMPSON.
Agent, 138 South Spring st. mi 10m
WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER
sonally conducted to all points East with
out change. 119 N. Spring st. 125 tf
DR. G. 8. WALKER (LATE OF ST. LOUIS),
homoeepathlst; office, 130 S. Spring n;
hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 2to 4p. in. mlB-3m
S 8.SALISBURY, M. 0. HOMCJOPATHI3T.
, Offloe, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build
ing, oor. First and Spring sts. Rossirlonce, 538
8. Pearl st. Office hours, 11 a.m. to Br. m.
TaLmhone Nos.: Office 597; residence 577,
RB. BBACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Offloe hours,
Bto 13 M., 1 to 4 and 6toB r. M. Sr. Boynton's
residence. 735 Olive St. ml9tf
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D,—HOMBOP ATHIST
Offloe Honrs—ll to 13 A. sr., Sto 5 ?. m„
Offloo—Nos. 2 and 6 Odd Fellnwß' Building,
I/>b Angelas, Cal. Rasldonos 508 Sonth Malr.
DRB. CI. H. PARKER AND F. M. PARKKR,
dentists, Third and Broadway. m2O tf
TOLHUR3T. DENTIST, %% N. SPRING ST.,
rooms 2, 6 and 7. Hours, 8 to 5
Gold filling, f m $2 up. I Porcelain crowns, $5.
Silver or amalgam, 11., Gold crown,ss and up.
Plates, from $4 to $10. I Extracting, 50c ; with
gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty |m2O-tf
R. J. M. WHITE,
DR. E. L. TOWNBEND,
41 South Spring street.
First building north of Bryson-Bonebrake block
Telephone 138. ml 9 tf
RG. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVE.
. to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and
Phillips block, Los Angeleß, Cal. mlstf
1882 ESTABLISHED 1882
DR. L. W. WELL 3, COR. SPRING AND FIR3I
sts„ Wilson blook; take elevator: Room
36; teeth filled without paiu; anaesthetic per
fectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done and
teeth extracted positively without pain, ml tf
DR. JOHN W. REESE GIVES SPECIAL
attention to Orthopedic and Plastic Sur
gery; treats surgical diseases and deformities,
such as fistula, stricture, piles, fissure chronic
ulcers, cancer aud all tumors, varicose veins,
hare-lip, strabismus or cross eyes, club-feet,
wry-neck, curvature of the spine, diseases of
bone e'c. Office, 105!_ N. Spring st. Hours,
10 to 12 a. m,l to 4 and 7to9p. m. f23-tf
MRS. DR. MINNIE WELLS, FIRST LADY
licentiate of Kentucky; 9 years' successtul
practice iv this ci'y in diseases of women; has
in connection with herpractico electro-thermal
baths, Office 502 S. Broadway, cor. Fifta St.
DR. CHAS. DE SZIGETHY, M. D-, HAS
returned to the city and resumed his
practice. Offiice and residence, new No. 415
s. Main St.; office hours, 1 to 4 p. m. and after
7 p.m. Telephone 1056. m2l-tf
DR H. ARENSBERG, FROM THE UNIVER
sity of Berlin, treats all diseases of the
rectum successfully; diseases of the texual
organs a specialty. Hours, Bto 10 a. m,2 to
4 and 7to 8 p. m. Room 11, 341 S Spring St.,
Salisbury block, bet. Third aud Fourth sts.
CHAS. W. BRYBON, M. D. —DIBEASES OF
women a specialty. 44}_ S. Spring St.,
Rooms 2 ana 3. Telephone, office, 796; res
idence. 798. jll tf
eiK.'DARLf #G~~OCrfLIBT AND AURIST
JU Offloe 129 West First st. Office Honrs, 9
a. m.to4p.m. . . „:~S) mltf-dAw
R. ELIZABETH FOLLANBBEE, HAS RE
turned from the East. Office and residence,
2-10 8. Fort st. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m.
to 2:30 p. m. ff24-tf
HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., M. 0. P. 8.
,O. Speoialiat In diseases of the head,
throat and ohest, including the eye, ear and
neart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen,
mouoxide, nnd. other medicated inhalations,
used in all disaasea of the respiratory organs.
Office, 37 South Fort street, from 9 a. m. to
4 F; M. m 3
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN ST.
Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 4t06 and
7 to 9 p m. 126 tf
R. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF
women a specialty; rectal diseases
treated by the BrinkerhofT Painless System;
office corner Main and Beventh sts., Robarts
Dl. WEST HDGHBS, FORMER RESIDENT
burgeon to the Hew York Hospital. 76 N.
Spring (it. Hoars, 9 to 13, S to 5. Tel.No. 1,026.
DR. C. B. CLACIUS HAS REMOVED HIS
offioo from 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Bprlng Bt.
Honrs from 11 a. h■ to 2r.iL Specialty-Sex
ual and skin ohrouro diseases In gen
ATTORN E X S.
ISIDORE B. DOCKWEILER ATTORNEY-AT
law, rooirs 10 and 11, Brysou-Bonebrnke
Block. ml 9 6m
DL. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUN
, selor at law, 117 New High street, rooms
7 and 8, University Bunk building, Los Aneeles,
Geo rob H. Smith. Thomas L. Winder.
Henry M. Smith.
SMITH, WINDER & SMITH, ATTORNEYS
at-Law, will practice in all tho State ano
Federal Conrts. Offices: Roomß 1, 2, 8 and 4
Unlvorsity Bank building, 117 New High st.
Los Angeles. Cal. Telephone. No. 583 m 14t
BELLEVUE LYING-IN HOSPITAL IS NOW
open, under the management of Mrs. Dr. J■
H. Smith. Patients can have their choice of
physicians, and the best of care is given. Mld_
wlfery a specially. 145 Bellevne aye. 128 tf
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
panyof Los Angeles, N. W. cor. Franklin
and New High streets. ml7-9m_
THE SECURITY TITLE INSURANCE AND
Abstract Co. of So. Cal. , 40 N. Snring
St.. Tporni 4. 8 and 6. m 17-tf
GRAND LODGE I. 0. 0. F.
T) EPREBENTATIVEB OF THE GRAND
IV Lodge, I. O. O. F., of California: , ,
You are hereby requested to attend a special
session of the above Grand Lodge, on Sunday
March 23d, at 1 o'clock p. in., at Odd Fellows'
hall, for the purpose of attending the funeral 01
our deceased brother, Charles E. C.anlt. late
Deputy Grand Master of the State of California.
By order W. B. LYON, G. S.
PACIFIO LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos
without removal, diamonds, jewelry, seal
skins, bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or
any property of value; also on furniture, mer
chandise, etc., in warehouse; partial payments
received, money without delay; private offices
lor consultation; will cal if desired. W. E.
DkGROOT. Manager, rooms 14 and 15. No.
124% Booth Spring st. fe3o
TO LOAN AT R. G. LUNT'S
T OAN AND IN«URANCE AGENCY,
Cor. First and Fort, Kedickblock, Los Angeles.
Agent lor tbe
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of Bau Francisco. fe29-3m
CALIFORNIA MORTGAGE AND LOAN CO.
loans money on anytninv that has a value;
buys notes, mortgages, bonds; does a general
brokerage business, Rooms 4 and 5, Perret
building, cor. Third and Spring sts. marB-lm*
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY AND COUNTRY
»I property, by GEO. 8. ROBINSON, 215 W.
First st, mars-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON PIANOS AND ORGANS
ouly, or same bought for cash. J. B.
O'CONNOR, 123 E. Secoud St., city. marl6-lm
I GUARANTEE TO LEND MORE FOR
less security than anyone in city. KKEFER,
rooms 74 and 75 Bryson block. f25 lm
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE,
diamonds, watohes, jewelry, pianos,
sealskins, live stock, carriage, bicycles, mort
gages, and all kinds of personal and collat
eral Becurity. 402 8. Spring. mlB-6m
$1,000 to $100,000. Bonds, mortgages and
dividend-paying stocks bought.
At tbe Main-street savings Bank and Trust
Co. J. B. L INKERS HI M, President.
ml3-tf 326 S. Main Bt.
QKAA ftAA T0 LOAN UPON IMPROVED
•oO\ mNv""v city and country property;
lowest rates; loans made with dispatch. Ad
dress the Northern Counties Investment Trust,
Ltd., FRED. J. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal.
RW. POIN DEXTER, 25 W. SECOND ST.—
. Loans m good city or country property,
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—C. A.
SUMNER & CO.. 7 8. Fort Bt, m2otf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L.
SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First St., Room 13.
-1/lA AAA TO LOAN—A.J. VIELE.3B
J)IvU»UUU 8. Spring Bt., Room 4.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMER _ HARRIS, »tt3ineys-at-law, 78
Temple block. m22tf
lost and f«»end~.
Monday, March 17th, pair gold spectacles.
Return to this office and receive reward. m2l-3t
Ik Main Stmt Savings
hi an* Trust Co.
Has been appointed Agent for the Chequeßank
(limited) of London, England. Exchange for
sale iv all the principal cities of the world, ln
<t ding Europe, Australia, Cliiua, Mexico and
the Sandwich Islands.
Travelers visiting any part of the world will
find tbat the Cheque Bank checks are more
useful to carry than money or lettets of crjdit.
Parties desiring to send money to any foreign
city can obtain these checks in large or small
amounts. For particulars, address
Tbe main Street Savlnsrst Bank and
Trust Co., 426 S. Main Street.
mar 15 lm
23 Boufi Spring St. (new number 119!_), first
stairway below the Nr.ilc m hotel.
Gold fllliug $2.00 to $10.00
Gold alloy Ailing 1.50 to 5.00
White filling for front, teeth ... 1.00 to 2.00
Silver or amalgam Ailing 1,00
CKOWN AWD BR I DOE WORK.
Gold nnd porcelain crowns.. .$ 5.00 to $10.00
Toeth with no place 10.00 to 15.00
Gold plates let quality $30.00 to $40.00
Silver p etec, Ist qua'ity 20.00 to 30.00
Rubber plates, Ist quality 10.00
Rubber plates, 2,1 quality 8.00
Rubber plate , 3d quality 6.00
With vitalized air or gas $1.00
Wltu cocaine applied to gums 1.00
Regular extracting 50
Regtilstlng and treating toeth and gums and
othor operations at lowest prices. All work
guaranteed. Office houts from 8 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. tutidays 10 to 12 a. m.
_r)l*~A)l pvrtlei having work done to the
amount of $5.00 or more, can have their teeth
cleaned ior nothing.
ADAMS BROS. Dentists,
23 South Spring St., next io Nadcan hotel.
Be sure you see the name "Adams Bros.,
pontic,.. " on "ie door mO 12™
SALE OF BONDS.
Kraft Irrigation District, Colusa
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
Board of Directors of Kraft irrigation Dis
trict ttiat said board will, at its office on the
O'Halr ranch, near the town of Orlancl, Colusa
county, California, on the 15th day of May,
1890, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, sell to the
highest responsible bidder for cash in gold coin
of the I'nited States, one hundred lunula of the
saitl district to the amount o£ Fifty Thousand
Dollars, being part of an Issue of bonds aggre
gating the sum of Eighty Thousand Dollars;
that sealed proposals for the purchase of said
bonds will be received by snid board at its office
till the day and hour aforesaid, at which time
said board will open the proposals'and award
tin; purchase of said bonds to tho highest re
sponsible bidder; but said board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids, and will in no
event sell any of said bonds for less than ninety
per cent, of the face value thereof: said bonds
are dated the Ist day of October, 1889, and bear
interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum,
payable semi-annually. Any interest accruing
between said date and the date of the
sale and delivery ol" said bonds shall be cred
ited before delivery on the tirst maturing cou
pons attached tv said bonds. Said bonds will
be delivered, to the successful bidder, and the
money received therefor at the District Treas
urer's office, or at the Hank of Otland, Orland,
California, and each proposal must be accom
panied by a certified check in favor of Thomas
Brown, President of the Board oi Directors of
Kraft Irrigation District, for an amount at least
as gicat as live percent, of the amount total to
be paid for the bonds bid for.
The Superior Court of the county of Colusa,
State of California, has examined, approved
and confirmed the proceedings of said District
as provided by an Act of the Legislature, enti
tled "An Aot supplemental to an Act entitled
'' 'An Art to provide for the organization and
"goverumeut of irrigation districts, and to
'•provide for the acquisition of water and other
"property, and for the distribution of water
"thereby for Irrigation purposes,' approved
".March 7,1887, and to provide for the examina
tion, approval and continuation of proceed
"ings for the issue and sale of bonds issued un
"der the provisions of said Act," ami the time
allowed for appeal has expired and said decis
ion has become final, and said bonds are in the
form approved by the Supreme Court of the
State of California in Central Irrigation District
vs. DeLappe, 79 Cal., 351.
r vr POCFP?
Secretary of said Board,
Postoffice—Orkija:, CaUfornis mar2B-60t
HE IS NOT GUILTY.
That is What the Jury Say
in the Montaijo Case.
AN INSTANTANEOUS ACQUITTAL.
The State Falls Down all Ronnd,
and Foregoes to Famish
Yesterday closed the Montafio case,
which will henceforth be memorable for
the fiasco made by the prosecution, and
which will raise again the question of
what utility are Grand Juries ? When
tbe case was called in the morning the
defendant wan put on in his own behalf.
He said in eu hstance as follows:
lam the defendant. 1 know Lauterio.
I heard his testimony. I never drew or
prepared a warrant in the month of
June, 1883, for the sum of $3,840 on the
general school fund. Lauterio's state
ment in regard to my drawing any paper
on the evening in question is false in
every particular. The Republican
County Convention was held July 26.
1888. I remember drawing warrant 1,713
in favor of Harper & Reynolds. I can
tell the date by locking at the books. I
have no knowledge of the drawing cf any
warrant for $3,840.
Here witness was shown the stub
books, and identified warrants 1.711 and
1,713, which were drawn on June 27,
1888. Warrant 1,713 was the last one
on that date. Lauterio swore that No.
1,712, the warrant at issue, was the last
transaction of that date.
In reference to the deposit of $3,700 in
the First National Bank, Montafio said :
The greater part of the amount was sent
to me from my brother, of Inyo county.
He sent me $3,000. The other $700 I had
collected up in my house. I mortgaged
a lot to Mrs. F. McDonald for $1,000. I
gave Mr. Wright a check for $1,450. It
was after I had deposited the $3,700 in
the bank. I did not pay him any money
at all. No such conversation ever oc
curred between myself and Lauterio in
front of the Catholic church as he stated.
Mr. Kelly had many times threatened
me that if I did not pay the money by 10
o'clock the next morning he would put
me in jail. I was somewhat nervous. I
met Lauterio as he stated, and knowing
that he was well acquainted with Mr.
Mascarel, I asked Lauterio to go with me
to Mr. Mascarel, saying that there was a
shortßge, and tbat if I was given time to
employ an expert and a detective I could
straighten things up, but, that if the Dis
trict Attorney throw me fh ja.il I would
have no chance at all. I then said tbat
if he would go with me to see Mascarel
I would turn over all my property to
hold as security until everything could
be cleared up. That is the subject of tbe
conversation I had with Lauterio. I did
not know of my own knowledge that
in ere was a shortage in the office.
Lauterio was a deputy under my succes
sor until July, 1889, until be was ar
rested by the Sheriff. Lauterio was in
the office when it was removed. I had
a number of other deputies in 1888, dur
ing assessment season. Lauterio kept
the books in 1888. The first I heard of
the $3,840 warrant was in June, 1889. I
got Mr. Blackman to go over the book*
at that time. I also employed Detective
Lawson to investigate the matter. I had
an investigation to find all the illegal
warrants that had been issued, no mat
ter by whom. I got the $3,000 from my
brother to invest in real estate.
On cross-examination the witness
said: My brother, P. Montafio, brought
tbe money. It was in $20 gold pieces
two different packages. There are no
banks where he came from.
Here the witness was shown the stub
book and answered questions as follows:
Q. —In whose handwriting is this nam
btt, No. 1,711?
A. —In mine.
Q. —In whose hand is No. 1,712?
A.—l should judge that it was Lau
terio's, by comparison.
Q.—Whose is this. No. 1,713?
A.—l could not say. I drew the war
rant. It was a custom to write the num
bers ahead—enough for the day. To my
own knowledge I do not know who drew
the warrant at issue, or to whom it was
paid, or when it was drawn.
On redirect examination Montafi)
Q. —Did you ever draw a warrant,
leaving a blank stub?
Q —Did you ever fill out this stub No.
A, —No, sir.
Witness shown the warrant.
Q — Did you ever fill out this war
A. —It is in the handwriting of Laute
rio and indorsed by him.
George M. Holton, J C. Kays and
Mr. Willis testified as to the defendant's
reputation for truth and honesty before
the bringing of tbe present indictment.
They all said that it was i;ood.
The bookkeeper for Harper & Rey
nolds was called and shown warrant No.
1713. That, warrant was received on
June 27, 18S8, and entered in the cash
journal on the following day.
Jose Aguirre said: lam Deputy Sheriff
I know A. A. Montafio; have known him
for ten years. His reputation is good.
Fred Holbrook also testified as to
defendant's good character, and several
others so testified.
Cy. Lyons testified: I saw Lauterio
soon after he was brought back by the
Sheriff of San Bernardino county, in the
county jail. At the time he told me that
he did not know who drew warrant 1712
I saw him in a saloon in Temple block.
He repeated the same at that time. 1
asked him who drew that warrant and
who got the money. He replied that tie
knew nothing about it.
Aaron Smith, Deputy County Auditor,
testified being shown the stub-book of
Q. —Are there any blank stubs here ?
A. —Yes, sir.
Q. —Where are the warrants ?
A. —They are missing. We have been
unable to find them.
Being shown a list of fraudulent war
rants and several fraudulent warrants,
the witness answers questions thus:
Q. —In whose handwriting is this list,
and in whoce are these warrants?
A. —In Lauterio's.
Q —Have you stubs in the stub-book
corresponding to these warrants ?
General E. Bouton was called and tes
tified: I have lived here twenty-two
years. Before the first arrest of Lauterio
he told me Montsfio knew nothing of
this warrant, and had nothing to do with
it. He said Montafio could not have got
the $3,840 because he knew nothing at
ail about it.
Theodore Savage testified: I went
with F. P. Kelly to the county jail to get
Lauterio to sign and swear to the com
plaint against Montafio. At first he re
fused, but later, after talking to Kelly
apart by themselves, ha swore to it.
Several people were here put on tie
stand, who testified time they were ac
customed to visit the Auditor's office
during the time of Montana's incum
bency, and as to finding Lauterio usually
attending to the business of the office.
Aaron Smith was recalled and shown
the Auditor's stub-book, and being shown
some of the stubs he said: Here are two
blank stubs; one is numbered 504 and
the other 998. This last 010 is
marked "void" across its face. The
writing is in the hand of Lauterio. I
have a warrant here corresponding to
this stub. It is in Lauterio's band, too.
It was returned to us lrom the Farmers
and Merchants Bank. There never was
any order made by the Board of Super
visors for the allowance cf this money.
This warrant was drawn July 1, I*BB9,
after Lauterio had left the Auditor's
office, and it was said in the court that
the bank the money, $100, which
the bank lost.
Jesus Montafio, brother of the defend
ant, was put on the stand and said: I
live in Lone Pine, Inyo county. In July,
1888, I sent to my brother, A. A. Mon
tafio, by my brother Pedro, $3,000 in
gold coin. It was on July sth or 6th
that I sent it. I sent it to him to invest
it in real estate. He wrote to me
twice for it. I have lost the letters.
I got the money out of the mines. I own
several in Inyo. We were working one
in which ten of us are interested. We
take out at each clean-up of the mill
$10,000, $12,000, $15,000, and even $30,
--000. The ten are myself, Antonio Mo
reno, of this city, Francisco Moreno,
Edmundo Moreno, Domitiano Moreno,
Nicolas Cordora, Rafael Tello, Jesus
Maria Reyes, and Francisco Miranda, the
last named one being now in Lower Cali
Pedro Montefio then went on the stand
and told how he had brought the money
to this city and given it to hie brother.
H. H. Appel then narrated his talks
with Lauterio, contradicting flatly all the
testimony given by Lauterio about these
interviews. Mrs. Marino, wife
of the defendant, _iso told
about Pedro bringing the money to their
house from Inyo. Here the defense
rested and Mr. McComas, for the State,
proposed to submit the case without
argument and "have the court give
such instructions as he saw fit. Mr.
White, for the defense, stated that he
was perfectly willing to submit the mat
ter without argument, but that he would
like the substance of his instructions
given the jury. The court then gave in
substance tbo instructions submitted by
the defense and none for the State. The
jury retired and in five minutes returned
with a verdict of not guilty, just as every
one who heard the testimony must have
seen would be the caee for a couple of
THE NEW QUARTERS.
Preparations for tbe Opening of tbe
Chamber of Commerce Rooms.
There was a great deal of work done at
the Chamber of Commerce quarters yes
terday, preparatory to the opening this
evening. People who have been used to
attending entertainments at Armory hall
will fail to recognize the place. The
owner has spent nearly $2,000 in reno
vating and improving tho place, and it is
now decidedly the nicest hall in the city.
Mejor Nolton, of Vernon, arranged yes
terday a nice display of the products of
Pomona will have the best display in
the hall. While Pasadena and Monrovia
wili not be represented on the opening
night, they will probably come in later.
The mineral display, which is expected
to be one of the main features of the
exhibit, will not be placed by this
evening. The Lankerahim Land and
Water Company yesterday sent in an
exhibit of the products of its ranch,which
is attractive and shows the possibilities
of California soil.
The ladies will meet at the hall at 9
o'clock this morning to commence dec
orating, and their "work will make a
great change in the appearance of things.
Germain will decorate the stage from his
floral department, and Garey, the Main
street nurseryman, will build a wall of
green at tho east end of the hall.
The committees will be at the ball at
7:30 o'clock to receive the guests, who
will begin to arrive at 8 o'clock. There
will be no speeches, but the music will
be excellent, and the people of L>s An
geles will be enabled to form a faint idea
as to what the Chamber of Commerce
intends to do in the way of establishing a
FRANK F. McLAIN,
Tbe New Commission merchant on
Los Angeles Street, Is Happy.
And well may he be, for he is the only
commission merchant in our city who
has had the energy to go into the busi
ness upon business principles. Mr. Mc-
Lain believes that in order to handle
perishable articles properly and profit
ably, and to have them at all times in a
pure condition, that they must be kept
in a thoroughly dry and cool atmos
phere, and to accomplish this end he has
purchased one of the J. Simmons new
improved cooling rooms. It is one of the
finest cooling rooms upon the Pacific
Coast. This wonderful refrigerator has
three compartments—one for a butter
and cheese room, also separate fruit
room, also one for eggs and milk, or
whatever one may choose to use it for.
It is in fact one of the finest in the
United States of its size, and probably
cost up in the thousands of dollars to
build, and we havo no doubt but that all
our leading hotels and restaurants will
feel proud that they have one man at
least in the business that they can go to
and obtain articles as pure at all times as
nature made them. It would be well for
some one of our other business houses to
follow suit in this matter while Mr. Sim
mons, the inventor and patentee, is with
us. The work is all done here in our
city, and under his own supervision. He
can be found at the Hotel Nadeau, Los
At he Western Union Telegraph office,
corner irt and Main streets, March
21, 1890: Mrs. Amanda Page, T. More
head, A. M. Hess, Ah Him.