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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI. —NO. 95. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. H. (.'. WYATT. Lessee and Manager. A GREAT EVENT! WEEK^ COMMENCING I JANUARY 7th. Wednesdcy aud Saturday Matinees. I, V II I A THOMPSON .IND BEX OWN NKW OBAND r.fsui pvii t a ni.iMH i: co. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Wednesday Matinee, Stephens A Solomon's New Satirical Burlesque, PKNEL. O P E ! Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Saturday Matinee, First production on any stage of the latest satire, O © Li V M If * 1 «0 PEOPLE IN THE CAST *> OH ARMING MUSIC! ELABORATE COSTUMES! TWO CARLOADS OF SCENERY I THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE OR GANIZATION IN AMERICA! i*2 L"""6b" ANMKLES THEATRE. H C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. THREE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE, January 9, 10, 11,112. MISS VERA .11. HI IM . Supported by the AZALEA DRAMATIC COMPANY, In the successful Comedy Drama by Geo. S. Wheatloy— A WOMAN 8COBNE0! In three acts THE SOCIETY EVENT OF THE SEASON! Prioea as usual. . _.. Saturday Matinee-25c. and _50c._ jastl lOSI OS ANGELES THEATER. J H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. MONDAY, DECEMBER73IST, ONE WEEE, • LOSING SUNDAY NIGHT, JANUARY Bth. MeFADDEN'B —DOUBLE—BOSTON—COMPANY,— In an elaborate production of i UNCLE TOM'S .CABIN! j Two great Toi'Sins by the charming PVTNAM :: SISTERS. Grand New Year's Matinee. Usual Matinee Saturday. Matinee Pricks 25 and SO Cunts. FREE E*TFKTAiWmEN f AJI9 CONCERT. ! VIENNA BUFFET, •or. Itlaln and Reqnena streets. EVERY EVENING AND SUNDAY AFTEROON. FAMILY RESORT. Entrance on Requena street. By a Quartette of CELEBRATED HUNGARIAN SOLOISTS. Fine Hungarian Kitchen in connection. ja2 tf festival. The Managers of the Flower Festival Society in preparing for their Festival of next April offer premiums as follows: ss 100 for the best display of Tropical Plants HI 00 for the beßt original design not here tofore exhibited at any Festival In this city and »50 for the second best design. Open to all competitors •100 for the best kept booth and #."><• fur the second best. Open to outside towns only. They also offer SIOO for the best plan for decorating the Festival Hall, including the ar rangement of booths: reserving the right to re jeot any or all plans. All applications for floor space and intentions to compete for premiums must be made known to the committee before February 1 All competing plans mutt be entered by February 15. Inquiry for particulars can be made by letter to the committee, addressed to the Woman's Home, 35 East Fourth street, Los Angeles Sommittee-Mrs. E. P. Johnson, Mrs. C W. BJettuell, Mrs. Melville Dozler. By order of the Commlttoe d2oflo M. M. FETTE, Rec. Sec. DIME MUSEUM & THEATER (J AW North Main street, near First. Doyle & Isaacs, Proprietors Week Comhencisq Saturday, »=cembkb 29. MONSTER HOLIDAY BILL.—MUSEUM, THE ATER AND TRAINED ANIMALS. 500 elegant glass ornaments distributed to °^HEA^nM—Glrard trained elephant and doukeys: Hortou E, Henry, premier yen- JriiJmis? Dante Bros., human volcanoes; Pro° q Queen, mystifying magician; Walter AnMlp our favorite vocalist , , MusEDM -j; L GoDzales, transparent hu man IoUt", beautiful Circassian; Capt. Smith " eke Kentucky giant; Gen " oan midget: Punch and Jndy, Prof, ureiner, open from 10 A. to JO M. Admission, 100. Reserved seats 100. extra. QECOND TERM. SECOND TERM! COMMENCING AT FISCHER'S DANCINO ACAOEMY, 329 South Spring Street. For sentlcmen and ladles. Thnißday evening, January■ 3 ™ ladles and children, Saturday af ternoon January sth, at 2 o'clock. HaU to rent and night. PARIS PANORAMA, MAIN ST.. S between Third and Fourth. Open during davlignt oply. Admission 25c. a? AND OTHER AD vertiiements under tho following heads ,_rtedl »t the rate of 5 cents per line For each Insertion SPECIAL. NOTICES. FOR COT PVaJes SlbY for 8-room houses, $15. J.FRIKD LANDER* «chitect, 23 N. Spring St. s34Jl3m T~ in ASSESSMENTS FOR GR ADING SOUTH Workman" between Downey aye and Arner its!, are now due »nd payable at the ("ffioe of t"f. JOYCE, 19 W. Firs, st Ja3-lm STEAM LAUNDRY—MAIN ptomftly.tSdS>. d2stf to subscribe will apply at the Secretary a omce at the Board of Traoc Building, norinweM uur toeetinu rtoricES. Oil ■■'£ TO STOCKHOLDERS—TUB AN nual meeting of the stuck holders of tin San Gabriel Wluo Company will be hold st the fflce of the company on January 12th, at 10 o'cloi k a. v. tor the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction nf such other business as may be brought before the mooting San Gabriel, Cal , Januiry 1, 1889. ji3-llt T G. HAINES. Secretory S~Tt)CKHOLDERB' MEnTlNii.—Or/FlUtv OK the Cucamonga Water Comtify, North Cv canionga, Cal.. December 22, 1888. Notice is "oreby given that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Cncamonga Water Company will be held at the ■ •Hire of the Com pany at North Cuoamonga, Cal , on Thurs day, January 10, 1889, at 10:30 o'clock A. M„ for the purpose of eleeiing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may bo brought before the meet ing. O. C. MATTHAY, Secretary. d 24 J7 meeting of the (stockholders of the Provi dencia Laud, Water and DevelopmentCompaoy will be held st the office of the company, iv rooms 8 and 9 lv the Dry son <V Bouebrake block, on tbe northwest corner of Spring and Second sts., iv the city of Los Anuoles, county of Lcs Angeles, statu of California, on Monaay, Janu ary 14, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose ol electing a board of directors an I transacting such other business as may be brought before said meeting. T. W. T, KICIIARI S, Secretary. d2B lal4 DIVIDBFID NOTICE. Savings Bank for the six months ending December ill, 1888, is now due aud payobl at the rate of S per cent, pc- annum on term de posits aud .1 per cent, per annum on ordimtrv leposits. W. M CASWELL, Psoetary. ]a3-14t PtIUHOAAL. vTrsTTa rkebT mTct7id^'and HI clairvoyant, 28 South Spring street. Room 15. d29-tf ANTED"—"INFORM \TION "REGARDING William E. Foye, formerly of Bramtree Hass., wilt be thankfuliy received at this office. d3O-7t* IVOROB AND CRIMINAL LAW A BPRol alty. Advico free. W. W. HOLCOMB. Att orney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. d29-tf PTH~ EVItRY DO LEAR'S WORTH OF goods you buy at McKouoll's Drug rtore, !71 N. Main at., you get one choice In three iles an t toilet sets. d9-lm emkm"ber - wiat FOR "EVERY DOLLAR you spend at McDonell's Drug Store,27l N. tfain St., you are entitled to one chance in hree elegant toilet sets d9-lm ["fTamest. WYMAN",TrORMEELY OF BOS ' ton, Mass., will commuuicate with Ms irrsther there he will receive informitloH ;rently to his advantage. Any one snowißg his vnereabouts will confer a great favor by ad- Iresslng P. O. box 3,022, Bostou, Mass. Jal-Tu-Th-Bat-3m T~ll>t arrTved dr. yolande, most wonderful aud highly gifted English Palmist, now in this city lor short time only; cad your life, past, present, future: without luestlon or mistake, gives advice on business, noney matters, changes, travels, family affair-, :to.; describes friends or enemies; i"lls you vhat business you are most adapted for, also vhat part or the country Is best mitcd for you, stc. Remember, perfect satis-factiou in re»dlug Kte'i life or no charge. Office, rooms 12 and 13 (upstairs). No. 210J.4 S. Spring st., bet Third md Fourth st. _ M 7t jTRAYED KROM~TtIE LOS aNGELKS COLD 5 Btorage Co., two horses, one a bay having i white stripe on his face, with white hind feet, inu a sorrei wiiii face aud lewl white; both tbout twelve years old and welshing about •,050 pounds apiece. Finder will be liberally ewarded. gjjj lg FOR 11 IB N ROOMS, $10 per month; also furnished room for light lousekeoping. 618 W. Fourth, bet. Grand sve. md Hope. _M» 3t» IjlOß REJfT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS — IN P the Norton blook, cor. Seventh and Hill sts. suitable for light housekeeping. d25-lm* Nil 15jV»— HOUSES. P~ BOARDING OR lodging-house, close in, for $60 per month; :heapest rent in the city; rare chance. Room I, No. 7N Spring st. ja6tl rnOR EBlfX •-- 6-80011 CuTTAGK, WITH C bath and bice stable, price $25 per month, :or. Ocem view aud 8. Union aye. Address i. L. COTE, 41 aud 43 S. Spring St. ]a 5 5t FOR RENT—THE CLIFTON HOUSE, ON tho cnr. of Fort and Temple sts.; 40 rooms; ■very modern improvement; possession given S'ebruary 1, 1889. JOHN L REDICK, South ern California National Bant dl2tf_ I'jlOß RENT—THE BSC ON DAN D Til IR D ' steries of tho now brick block, touthesst ;6r. East *'lfth and Earl sts.. uoar the uew louthern Pacific passenger denot, containing hlrty-one rooms besides bfvth room. etc. Gas md stationary wash basins. Apply at GROSSER BROS., grocers on the premises. jl3 3.* Oil RIMT —iFiNE NEW~ 10 - ROOMED house, 1 block from cablo cars, sightly loca iou; baths, closets, fireplaces, hot. and cold water; every modern convenience; good for a family, or lor boarding or lodging house. Cheapest rent in the city; only $30 per month. Gall at Room 3, No. 7 N. Spring Bt. C. WHITE. d2stf §»©» KENT-IHIS^^ F"~Ott7 HALL and anteroom, suitable for society meet ings. Address .1 H . MELVILL, room 1, Safe Deposit building. jaa <t* SpOR RENT—STORES ON MAIN, SPRING, Fort and other streets; hotels, apartments, houses, etc. A. L. TEELB, comer Second and Fort sts. ■ _ri_ OR RENT-HOUBEB, STORES. I.ONG LIST: changing every day. LOS ANGELES RENTAL AGENCY, I N. FORT ST. 1.0. FLOURNOY, Secretary. ; dl6_ OR RENT—THE BUILDING NOW USED FOR ARMY HEADQUARTERS, WITH or without the ground, 125x360 feet, running ihrongh from Fort to Hill streets. For tent early in January. Owner, E. W. JONES, No. 1 8. Fnrt st, d151.f WAN » ED-31 ALE HEIP. PRE:-8. Apply at Hkbald job room. ja4tf WAMTJBO—-'Bil-AliH fllvl.P. GIRL; references required. Apply at 140 E. Twelfth at _ ja4 gtj ANTED — A RELIABLE WOMAN TO tako charge of an officer's quarters at a military post in Arizona Most be a good cook, and give unquestionable references. Good w r ges. Railroad fare paid. Apply to MRS. JGBLYN, Woman's Industrial Exchange, 25 E, Fourth st. jl"t AS MUCH asssoo, to go iv the drug business in some fiourithing little town. Addross "Druggist," 216 W. Second St., city. ja4-st» WANTEU-NITVATI ON 5. lady cook in a private family; best of ref erences. Address 150 -Montreal St., cor._Bei'e vueave. jas 11* _NTED —AN AGRICULTURIST WITH HIS diploma desires to find employment for trimming trees and general work of the kind. No. 9 Allso st. ANTED-A SITUATION BY A FIRST cIrbs Chinese cook either in a private fam ily or hotel. Address Oil AB. LEE KONG, 20(.;_ 8. Spring st. __.? _' __ WANT K»—MI»€_;L.I.Af. toVrame. ohbap est place at BURNS'. 231 3. Spring st I~noß salji-butcher shop; BUILDING I can be used for other business. Apply cor. First and Alameda. ]«5 lm | TONES & CO., PUBLIC CATERERS, FUR «J nlsh wedding, dinner parties, banquets, etc. 312 S. Main st. __________ «I 1 SI NEH»"CH AN<J~» cTsTEVENS & CO., 10 W. FIRST ST. . Business chances of all kinds _■___ USfNEs's sale, a well established and good paying paper and notion house. Call on BURCH & BOaL, 88. Fort. _____:__ AI.LOPA • H WWi iwTw. officer, no 7N. Spring St. Telopbone 605. d_o tf. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1889. s is It lULt>B. t'i-B 1 foctli g.atle, good mud iter. Also double s«Ved carriage, very cheap. BAENETT A DEZELI.K 410 8. Springs'. ja3 6t* I MR BALK —"THOROUGHBRED FOWLS 1 and eitgs of 15 varieties by A C, RUBCH HAOPT, on Stsf"sf.,B'Ookl' n Heights. P 0. box 43. Station "B." Circular free. dßOtf* _>.»_>< ilk-HOt-HE, SIX ROOMS; BATH. S)Ct,o\j\t near Tenth and Pearl. HOW'S. 9 N. Main. il-lnT s_.¥aLK—Ea¥v TERMS, LOT 60x16. ON Flow, r at . with new 2-story house, and gar den. Anpy 1336 Flower at , ?__?_!__ OR~" SALE," DIRT-CHEAP—TWO LOTS, block H, lota 25 and 26, in Howes' traot SIQ WOl Ff, 210 N. Main St. las lm F _ OR""BAT.K"~iT6uFE _ ON FIRST street, between Grand and Buuker Hill avenues. Elegant site 37x120 feet; 4 room-, kitchen mil bath room. Apply to *■ O. HOLMES, room 37, Temple blook. j*3 tf 6r"BALE~FIN_"7ROOM' HOUSE, WELL located ne ir good ear line, modem im provrmcnts, or will exchange for Los Angeles ot KansfS City property. WM. GIBSON & CO , 1 i.orth Fort st. i 3 7t» O hTsK L~~ C "SoTciiT ~I<KSITiKNCK COR nerin Los Angeles, 165x190 to 20 foot alley, coruer F'gueroa and Adams sts. Offoretl during next few days at a reduced price by owner, 55 N. Bp-ing St. laBtf lilOB RAI—$85CASH AND $10 PFR MONTH < boys a lot on horse car line; 30 minutes from center of city; prices $290 to $500; wire water free; cheaper than rent A. L. TEELE, agent, Second and Fort sts. ja 2tf OR SALE—\ LARGE FIRIT-PROOF SAFE, weight 7,000 lbs., inside measurement 52 in.; 48 and 18 eombtuatiou lock Also, a double writing dcs», 8 feet long by 53 incnes wide: drawers on either side. Will sell cheap. Call on J A. COWELL. 201 W. Kir-t-s». JLtf OR _ ALE—ONE OF THE MUST COIN VENI -ent 8-rooni houses yon ever saw; the nous are all large; 4 grates in tho house; plenty of closets; good bath-room; good story-and-a half barn, ana all new: you will say it is well worth the money we ask. if you soe it. MILLER A HERRIOTT, 34 N. Spring St. jH tf ISOR BALE BY i'H- OW.NEK—B URNISHED 1 house of 7 rooms and two lots on the hills within one mile of the city cenrer; fruit trees, outhouses, chioken-yard, etc.; all rooms nicely furnished and house all ready to commence housekeeping; will bo sold at a bargain; owner can be found on the premises until 12 it. dally. CHARLES RUTHARD, 121 Brooklyn aye. dl6-lm UBT~BE BOLD—ELEGANT HOME. BKAU tiful house and barn, with elegant, grounds, situate on most delightful eminence, amoug the bnn ton of tho city. The house is new, has large rooms,elegautparlo'sand halls, with e> cry modern improvement: la finished in Berl Redwood and cannot, be surpassed in beauty, location, or desirability. Tho owner cannot use and mu«t sell, or would rent by year to a very desirable tenant, but prefers to sell at & great sacrifice. Enquire NO 16 8. Main st. GEO. O. FORI). dlB-lm I'UU HAJUH— Country Property^ THE JURCPA LAND AND WATER COM pany offers a six thousand acre tract; will cc.l In forty acres lots; situated three miles noith west from"Rowell Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with p. good water right of one miner's inch of water to every seven and one half acres of land, for the extremely low ot one hundred and twenty-Sve dollars ($125) per acre. One-quar ter down and balance to suit buyers' conven ience. The land is level aud in a beautiful Southern "California. Commission "paid to agents. Addre-f HENRY C. REGIS'IKR, 125 W. First St.. or WICKS & WARD, 86 Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. d3O-3m TO EXCHAtIUE< HOUSE and corner lot, close In, for acreage. Room 3, No. 7 N. Spring at. J jafttf 110 EXCHANGE—3 FINE HOUSES, CLOSE in. for good Eastern property. Room 3. No. 7 if. Spring st ]astf O EXCHA- GE—4 NICK RESIDENCES IN Los A"»clcs for Kansas City property. J. C. KLOURNOY, secretary, No. 7N. Fort. Jas 7t jjHJR EXCHANGE—THE BEST SANTA ANA 1 aud San Fernando Valley lands for first class Eastern city or farm property. Address OWNER, room 6, Allon hock, Los Angeles. js4 7t* ALIFOENIA AND EASTERN PROPERTY for exchange. MCDONALD, room 8 Wilson Blook, corner of Spring aud First sts. d' 22 lm O EXOHaNGE-4~_K>o PIECES OF PROP erty. Houses, lot", business property, ranohes, Eastern property, etc , >-tc. Call for anything you want J C. WILLMON, 128>_ W/First-st U3U FINANCIAL.. 10 N. Spring. n?t MONEY TO LOAN IN BUMS OVtCR $1,000. ROBKRT H ARDIE.BI and S3 Temple Block. ONEITTO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. F.C. ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. ja2tf _T_rfi7i AfkA to loan- a. j. viele. _»OUUAM.'U room 1, New Wilson Build lng, Flrat and Springy _ d! 2 lm _»X aTw\Ti TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS 3POU.UUU mortgages, 10 percent.net. BY RAM <5t POINDEXTER. 19 W. Firßt St. d 23 lm 61Tangi____3real estate AND FINAN CIAL AGENCY, 1 N. FORT ST., loans money at low rates In round sums. J. C. FLOURNOY, Secretary. dl 6 ONEY TO LOAN ON fTkST-CLASS MORT gages. Apply to JOHN MILNER, agent tor Bal our,Guthrie & Co .Ban Francisco, room 9, Baker Mock. I*3 lm ANTED — LOAN OF $5,000 OR $6,000 on improved city property three time* 'he value of the loan; high rate paid. Room 3. No. 7 N. Spring st. _____ tIAA AAA TO $200,000 WANTED —TO vIUUrUUU take controlling interest in a savings and loan institution Addiess C. M. WELLS & BURKS, cor. Temple and New High sts. tl2.lt.__ BXCUBttIONS. ItEMI _ monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas city and Chicago FREE sleeping aeoommoda tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply to WARNER BROS., 31 ft; Spring at., Los ah geles. ENVER^AND - RIO GRANDE AND ROCK Island route excursions will leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Tourist sleeping can eicgant.lv equipped, free of oharge. Call or ad dros, F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st. ja3-tf _sff CARS T( Chicago. Only one change to Boston. Con ductors and porters accompany all parties Leave Los Angeles Janusry 10th and 24th February 7th and 21st, March 7th and 21st A. PHILLIPS ACQ., 44 N. Spring St., LOS An goles. Cal. a 2 7"" SOUTHERN PACIFIC OOMPANY-THRnyoi excursions to New York, Boston and Phila delphla. Elegant new tourist cars with ladies dressing room and lavatoiy; stoves with im proved heaters for making tea and coffee; com plete equipment of cushions, beddlng.eurtalnt eto,; uniformed colored porters; 8. P. Co.'s part: conductors go through to New Orleans, thent to Boston and Philadelphia. But on» change o cars (in Union Depot) at New Orleans. Th Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route throng the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bit minghsm, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, etc Quick time,, direct connections. Excursion leave Los Angeles December 16 h and 30th 1888,; January 13t", February 3d and 17tb Mar oh 3d, 17th and 31st: April 14th; May 5t and 19th, 1889. For further particulars osll o or write any of the agencies of the SOUTHER! PACIFC COMPANY iv Southern Califoruit orC. F.SMURR, Assistant Genersl Passengt Agent southern Pacifle Company, No. 202 N Main st.. Los Angeles, CsL d! 3 5m BOJ__BOPATHI»T>. OFFICE 21 3. FOR _. St. Hours Ito4r. ML Telephone 35: Resiaenoe. 134 S. Hill St. dl 4 I" SAAO FELLOWS, j_7~DHOMEOPATH IS Office Hours—ll to 12 A. St., 2to 5 r..» Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Buildiu Los Angeles, Cal. Residence 408 Sooth Mai street. S. SALISBURY. M. JL. HOMUSPATHIS' . Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson blook. co First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pos st. Office hours, 11 a. k. to 3 rjt. Telephoi Noi.; Office 597: residence 577. d24tt DENTISTS. st, McDonald block. dl.vtf DR. W. H. MASS—R HAS REOPENED Hit deetal office in rooms 1 aud 2, California Sauk building, cor. second and Fort sts. rtSO-tl DENTISTRY- -TIiE~BEBT DEisTaL WoRI done iv all branches at reasooable rotes bs DR. C. H. PARKER, rooms 6 and 7, 205!. ' -prlue st. JaS lm DentaiT inbtitute, "corTsprin . ani Temple streets. Bet teeth, $5.00; gold All, IM, $1.00; amalgam filling, 50e.; extracting 25c. A regular graduate in constant attend ance. n2l tf 1882— kbtablidhsd—issa. DR. L. W. WELLS, DENTIST, 23 8. SPRING st. Filling teeth painless and gold work « specialty. Teeth extracted, with liquid gas, only safe and reliable anesthetic In use for th painless extraction of teeth. 14 10m A DAMS 28 S. SPRING t.x street. Rooms 4 and 5, Gold fillings from $2 np. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air or nltronß oxide gas, $1. Tooth extracted without gas or air, 50 cents. Bestsesof teeth from $6 to $10. By our new method of making teeth, a misfit is impossible All work guaranteed. Wo make a specialty of extracting teeth with out pain. Office Honrs from 8 a.m., to sp. k. Sundays frovr, 10 a. m. to 12 m. Night calls answered office dB-tf I!l < ii I All PHYSICIANS. DR. DARLING "oC_L_St" AND AUEIBT Office 25 North Main 8t Office Honrs. 9a. c.to4r. X, jttf-d&w A~~DE C HILHOIh M. D.—AT —IS BANI , tarinm, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone 191. jl-tf DX. PHYSICIAN BlS ters' Hospital: 7>_ N. Main st., rooms 1. 2 .nd 3. ________ Dpt. J, W. HUPFELB (LATB Or NBW YOEK) at No. 23 S. Bprinr st. Honrs. 10 to 12 . « and 3to 6 p M. Telephone 1019. Resi lepce, 112 Ellis aye. d2l lm S3 E~~CLauIOS. M.~D.. OFFICE, NO. 75 N Jl Spring St., rooms 33 and 34. Hours from lA. m. to 2p. m. Specialty—Skin and soxual liseascs sud obroniodiaeasesin general. d24tf riarw. w. mdkphy, oculist and auh- If Ist. 107 S Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los lUgelos. Office hours, 9A.M.to 12 M. and 2to , F, V. d24tf lFrs. '~DkTJT^'^TH^b^ii^L)ruiis. II C.E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in lospital, 145 Bellevue aye. LadLs cared for urine, confinement. Midwifery a specialty. (128-0 m DX. 0. BDdAK SMITH—DISKABXB OF WO men a specialty. Dr. Smith has the exclu ive use of the Brinkerhoff painless system of reatment for rectal diseases of L. A. city and ounty. Office, cor. Spring aud Second sts.. Hoi snbeok blook. d24tf D~.tr W__BT~HUGHEB, FORMER RESIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur ery (including genito-urlnary diseases) and lseaaes of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. pring st. Honrs, 9to 12. 2to 5. d24tf ijf_2t_N WILLIAMS, M. D. M.C P. 8. 5" rJU Special attention given to all head, throat nd chest diseases. Including tho eye, ear and cart. Compound oxygen, nitrons oxide and he inhalation used in all cases of lung disessc. iffiee Hollenbeck Block, corner Second and pring sts., Los Angeles Cal. jal [)EBECCA LEE BORBEY, M D..OFFICE, NO. [L 7% N. Main St., rooms 8 and 9. Special at sntion paid to obstetrics, gynecology, diseases f chest and throat and children's diseases. Iffice hours, 9 to 11 a. m . and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . m Telephone, No. 513. Night calls prompt y nsrered. rt__t.f spmii aEists. uTiT JON Ti . nose and throat diseases a spe-|H_K. ialtv: 23 years' experience. Banta«R_H_. ma. Cal. n!7 2m* . is oE OATloifA_7T AND TELE 5 graphy taught day and evening by compe ont instructors. LONGLEY <_ WAGNER, 24 V. First St. d7tf_ Sight schTool—lob angeles bdmness .1 College and English Training School. Tern de and New Hi>_h sts. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prln. diatf I Th_T"IOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Music, No. 400 8. Main st. Complete ourse either iv music, art, language or el ocu ion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE. President. A WILLHARTiT_~"(I_Usic AL Dili ECTOR _L. of the Philharmonic Society). Teacher of he Piano and Voice, room 12, No. 7J_ N. Main t., Lichtenberger block. d 5 lm LOB ANGELES BUSIN&SS COLLEGE AND English Training School, cor. Temple and lew High sts. Experienced teachers: complete ionises of study. Day and evening bcssioiis. ). B. WILLIAMS, Prin. d3ot SIG. A. FARINI'S MUSICAL STUDIO, 5 No. 151 8. Hill st. Pupils prepared for the operatic and concert stage; altooratorio. Class essonß of three and four at reasonable rates, lecention hours, 2to3r. n. daily. d2 JJ f _ _Tt. MATT HE W*B HALL. 5 SAN MATEO, CAL. A Church School for boys, under military tiseipline. Twenty-third year. Prepares for college or for business. Easter term will begin January 3, 1889. Send for catalogue. REV. ALFRED LEE BREWEK, M. A., dll lm Principal. y~OODBURY — BUSINESS COLLEGE ~ SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal SESSIONS DAY AND EVCNINO. For particulars, call at office or address. s2O-ly F. C. WOODBURY, Principal. ABtlHIl K«T -». . St. d!2tf CHAS. W. DAVIB, ARCHITECT, ROOMS 3 and 4, Downoy block, Los Angeles. d22tf nEO. F. COBTERIBAN, ARCHITECT, ROOMS _T 21, 22.23 S. Spring st. Los Angeles. d!2tf B~LACKMAN «_ WILSON, Architects, 11 West First street, jas lm Los Angeles, Cal. "_T- - *»• ~~ 0 AL len block, cor. Spring and Temple sts.nl4-tf _ThO__KlBB, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 8 . and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New High and Temple sts. d!7tf (.HASE £ FORRESTER, EXAMINERS OF ) Titles and Abstractors, Room 35 and 36, Phillips' block. No. 1. jVtf SELLING OOF MILLINERY! —AT THE WONDER. &10,000 Worth of Millinery at Your Own Prices, an Immense Stock of Rib bons of all Description. Must be Sold at Once. — LEASE AND FIXTURES FOR SALE. THE WONDER, 72 S. Main. . 29-lm ENGLISH LINOLEUMS Lioisr &, SONS'. THE RAILROAD DEAL. Acknowledgment of the U. P.'s Position. A STATEMENT BY MR. BRYSON. He Explains Why He Signed the Franchise — Details of the Affair. The article in yesterday morning's Herald announcing that the Union Pa cific people had come to the front and acknowledged that they were at the back of the Salt Lake railroad created quite a sensation in business circles. Many refused at first to believe it, but inquiries soon convinced them that only r actß had been stated. Mayor Bryson was interviewed during the day regard ing the matter, and spoke as follows: "It was only on being assured that the Union Pacific was backing the enterprise that I signed the ordinance, and I am perfectly satisfied that the line is in the hands of the transcontinental road named. Mr. Upham appeared before me yesterday with proofs that he was the Union Pa cific's properly accredited agent, and when I had convinced myself that his credentials were correct, I signed the deed." In older to completelysilence those in dividuals who may still be persisting in stating that the position is not as out lined in these columns, yesterday the following additional particulars of the transaction connected with the signing of the franchise are given. When Colonel Marble and Mr. Scott called on Mr. Bry son on Thursday afternoon and made another appeal to get the franchise through, the Mayor informed them that he had fully considered the matter and that the financial guarantees that they had to offer for tbe building of tbe road were not sufficient. They tried very hard to convince him that the road would be constructed, but the Mayor was obdurate, and they finally left telling him that the next time they would come with convincing proofs that their promises would be fulfilled. They went to the Hotel Wesiminster, where Mr. Upham, the Union Pacific official who bad been sent to Los An geles to engineer the thing through, was anxiously awaiting tbem. They told him what had transpired, and said that, under its local name and with only the guarantees they could personally offer, it would be impossible to get the Mayor to too, and as the last shot in the blind fold scheme had been fired, he determined to _ make the coup at once an explain the exact situa tion of affairs to the Mayor. In company therefore with Colonel Marble and Mr. Scott he proceeded to the Mayor's, who was very much surprised to see the petitioners back so soon. They asked for a private interview, and then and there Mr. Upham showed down the hand that the Union Pacific had been playing. He said that they bad not worked openly because they feared con. - pe.ition, and thought that by a system of local lines they could put the links in the chain and connect them all at the last grand moment. The scheme had, how ever, to a certain extent failed owing to the stand that Mr. Bryson had taken and they were now willing to explain their exact position. Mr. Bryson was then informed of the system which had led to the obtaining of Rattlesnake Island, the Alamitos Road and the Ocean Road, and finally the consent of the Council to a right-of-way through the city, and it is needless to say that the Mayor was very much astonished at the news. He asked Mr. Upham for proof that what he was saying was correct, whereupon that gen tleman produced a franked Union Pacific letter, signed by Mr. 0: C. Sanderson, assistant to the President of the road, in which Mr. Upham was given authority to act for the Union Pacific in get ting the franchise and the status of the company regarding the project was shown. Mr. Bryson thought that the document was a '•clincher," but he was not quite con vinced, so they played another card, which had the effect of thoroughly satis fying him. They sent for Mr. A. J. Hechtman, who has been agent for the Union Pacific in this city for a long time past, i n 1 on his arrival he was instructed by Mr. Upham to tell the Mayor all he knew regarding the Union Pacific's posi tion in the matter. Mr. Hechtman made a very plain statement. He Baid that he had been advised by his company over a year ago that they were endeavoring to build from Milford through Los Angeles to the ocean, and he was informed that the company's name was to be kept out of the afl air altogether. From time to time he was advised how the developments were progressing, and when the franchise for a right-of-way through the city stuck in the Mayor's office he received a dispatch from head quarters to the effect that Mr. Upham was coming to settle the matter, armed with authority from the road. On Mr. Upham's arrival he conferred with Mr. Hechtman and the credentials i resented were perfectly correct. Mr. Bryson was by this time quite sat isfied as to tbe status of the petitioners, so, as told in yesterday morning's Herald, he signed the franchise and the matter was settled. A few minutes later a dispatch was going over the wires to the headquarters of tbe Union Pacific at Nebraska stating "It is signed." It was a good tiling for the company that they came to the front when they did, for it is stated that if they had, in their endeavors to keep dark, let the franchise become void by means of tbe fifteen-days-limit, and relied on get ting another one through they would have failed, for it is said that the Coun cilmen were beginning to feel a little un e.sy about tbe standing of the petitioners. THE FEELING ABOUT TOWN. The railroad men about town spoke quite warmly about the affair. Now that tbe Union Pacific's plot baa been laid bare, they can plainly see the meaning of varioua little official things tbat have come under their notice during the past few months. The visit«f Mr. Tebbete, of the Union Pacific, to the city last May is now recalled, and a number of in cidents connected with it show clearly that he was then arranging some of the details for the development of tbe scheme. When leaving town he laid to a prominent railroad FIVE CENTS. mail refident here: "We will bare you working for us here one day," and it is now evident to what he referred. One of the local magnates, when asked if he thought that the Southern Pacific would try to head off the Union Pacific, paid: "No, I don't think so; because I don't see how they can. When the Union Pacific gets its line into Los Angeles through, the west will see one of the liveliest railroad wars on record, and it will be to the death, for the Central Pa cific will do all fn its power to knock oat the Union Pacific. I suppose vom are aware that the Central Pacific has _ been for some time past figuring on building from Ogden to a connection with the Chicago and Northwestern road in Nebraska,and this is probably one of the chief reasons that has induced the Union Pacific to build this Los Angeles line. They were bound to have some western outlet, for if the tracks of the Central Pacific were closed to th6m they would be helpless, so they saw what an easy thing it would be to reach the coast by this city, and eet about getting up the road. The business meu of Los Angeles should regard toe news yon announced to-day as the most important they have had for some time, for it means millions of dollars not only to the city, but to the county and en tire community of Southern California. The Union Pacific will require more than a main track to the ocean, for what would be the use of having the shortest line to the East if there was nothing to send over it? They will have to con struct local lines in every direction, com pletely gridironing the country, and the competition will give us an impetus such as we experienced two years ago." It was stated yesterday that the Union Pacific will probably cross the mountains between Daggett and Los Angeles byway of the Pacoima Cation, as the surveys by that route are reported very favorable. THE RACES. miss myrtle Peek Ulves Several Uoodl Exhibitions. Visitors to the Park yesterday after noon had an extra attraction in the match race, best three in five for $259 a side between G. Vignola's b. g., Harry Velox, and the Chino Ranch's b. s., Albion. No pools were sold on the result and some good trotting was witnessed. Al bion was too speedy throughout for his opponent, who has lost most of his old form, and the Chino Ranch representa tive won in three straight heats, ia 2:3o>i, 2:32 and 2:30. Miss Myrtie Peek then gave her very in teresting exhibition, including the race with the riderless horse, Longview, Ro man chariot riding and driving race with her manager. Miss Myrtle Peek is without doubt, the finest horsewoman that ever """eared ob the Los Angeles track,and her exhibitions called for and obtained from her de lighted audiences prolonged applause. She has a firm seat, keeps good control of her steed and generally displays a de gree of horsewomansbip which has sel dom been equalled. The Empress of Austria, undoubtedly the finest horse woman in Europe, is perhaps as able a rider as Miss Myrtie. To-day's programme is an exceptionally good one, and excellent sport will be the order of the day. CORONER'S INQUESTS. Killed hj- tlie Stern-Lime ol the Steamer Alex. Duncan. The Coroner held an inquest yesterday evening on the body of Henry Johnson, a young man who was in the employ of the Second-street Cable Car Company in the capacity of gripman. He was found dead in his bed yesterday morning in the room where he slept nights. The jury, after bearing the evidence, brought in a veidict of death from natural causes. The post-mortem re vealed the fact that the death was the result of heart disease. The Coroner held an inquest yesterday on the body of Simon Francis, who was killed at San Pedro on Wednesday morn ing. The accident which caused his death was of an unusual order, and the story of how it'occurred is thus narrated by W. J. Maxwell, the foreman for the Wilmington Transportation Company: "Last Wednesday morning about 7:30 the steamer Alex Duncan was trying to make a landing at the wharf, and asked us to|take a line from',them. The deceased and I got hold of the heaving line and threw the eye of it over a pile. They found they could not make the landing on account of tbe tide running very strong and asked me to let go again. We tried to throw the line off the pile, but it must either have got foul or been made fast aboard the steamer, for we could not get ,it off. As soon as I saw that there was a I heavy strain on the line, I stepped back , and called to the deceased to look out. , Just then the line parted and caught the deceased ou the lower part of bis leg, breaking it and throwing him violently against a derrick." Testimony was also taken from i Lucian Beer, who saw the accident, and from Dr. Wiedon, who attended the wounded man. The jury brought in a verdict as fol lows: "Death by injuries sustained by being struck by the stern line of the t steamer Duncan, said line having parted, and we believe that if the said stern line . had been cast off the steamer the said , Simon Francis would not have met bis ) death." s The deceased was 38 years of ag,e a t Negro and a laborer. Quick Teles;mpttlng. The article published in an evening contemporary on Thursday regarding the feat of Telegrapher Cunningham has stirred up the fraternity in this city. While Mr. Cunningham's exploit was I certainly a good one, it has been beaten. Mr. James Irving, at present in tbe em ploy of the Southern Pacific Company at their passenger depot in this city, sent from the Western Union office in New Orleans about two years ago 4,125 words of press report and 310 messages be tween 7 o'clock p. m. and 12:45 a. m. The Southern Pacific has a faculty for keeping bright telegraphers in its service. Undelivered Telegram*. The following are the telegrams re maining at the Western Union telegraph office up to 10 o'clock last night: Miss Charlotte Crocker, Skinner Bros., H. K. Pratt, James A. Christy, J. B. Duncan, George C. Morton, Wm. H. Anderson, £. Nittinger, Jos. Jaeger, 1 Mrs. L. Kern.