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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO. 97. AMUSEMENTS. TTUAND OPERA~HOUSE. VJ H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. A GREAT EVENT! WEE^SNDAY, NClr,a ! 7th. Wednesday and Saturday Matinees. I, \ Ik I A THOMPSON AND HER OWN NEW GRAND 1M.1.1511 111 KLESQI i: CO. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Wednesday Matinee, Stephens A Solomon's New Satirical Burlesque, PI_I.ISI.OPE ! Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Saturday Matinee, First production on any stage of the latest satire, C O I. I "I L * ! 60 PEOPLE IN THE CAST 60 CHARMING MUSIC! ELABORATE COSTUMES! TWO CARLOADS OF SCENERY! THE LARGEBT AND MOST COMPLETE OR GANIZATION IN AMERICA! ja2 Prices, 250., 50c, 75c. and $1.00. L' ~Ob"aNGF.LES THEATRE. H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. THREE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE, January 9,10, 11,12. .Hiss VERA 18. hum; Supported by the AZALEA DRAMATIC COMPANY, In the successful Comedy Drama by Geo. S. Wbeatley- A WOMAN .CORNED! In three acts. THE SOCIETY EVENT OF THE SEASON! Prices as usual. Saturday Matinee—2sc. and 50c jastf yiRST-CLASS FREE ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT. : VIENNA DCFfET, : Cor. Main and Requena streets. EVERY EVENING AND SUNDAY AFTEROON. FAMILY RESORT. Entrance on Requena street. By a Quartette of CELEBRATED HUNGARIAN SOLOISTS. Fine Hungarian Kitchen in conneotlon. jaatf ANNUAL FLOWKR FESTIVAL. The Ma-sger'' of the Flower Festival Society in preparing for their Festival of next April utter premiums as follows: * 100 for the best display of Tropical Plants SIOO for tbe best originsl design not here tofore exhibited at any Festival in this city and •50 for the second best design. Open to all competitors SIOO for the best kept booth and $50 for the second beßt. 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 ject 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 must be entered by February 15. Inquiry for particulars can be made by letter to the committee, addressed to the Woman'j Home, 25 East Fourth street, Los Angolcs. flommittee—Mrs. E. P. Johnson, Mrs. C. W. Blaisdell, Mrs. Melville Dozier. By order of the Committee d2oflO M M. FETTE, Rec. Sec. aTITfORNIA DIME MUSEUM & THEATER North Main street, near First. Doyle & Isaacs, Proprietors. Wkbe Commencing Saturday, December 29. MONSTER HOLIDAY BILL.—MUSEUM, THE ATER AND TRAINED ANIMALS. 500 elegant glass ornaments dlsttibuted to our patrous on New Year's Day. Theater— Girard Leon's trained elephant and donkeys: Horton E. Henry, premier ven triloquist: Dante Bros., human volcanoes; Prof. Queen, mystifying magician; Walter Soldie, our favorite vocalist. Museum.—J. L Gonzales, transparent hu man; lola, beautiful Circassian; Capt Smith Cooke, Kentucky giant; Gen. Cardenas, Mexi can midget; Punch and Judy; Prof. Greiner, Doors open from 10 a. k. to 10 p. m. Admission, 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra. gECOND TERM? TKRM ~ COMMENCING AT FISCHER'S DANCING ACADEMY, 229 South Spring Street. For gentlemen and ladles. Thursday evening, January 3d; ladies and children, Saturday af ternoon, January sth, st 2 o'clock. Hall to rent and parties every Friday night. SIEGE OF PARIS PANORAMA, MAIN ST., be'ween Third and Fou-th. Open during daylight only. Admission 25c. d 7 WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD vertiseraents under the following heads inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each Insertion. ! _*ERsV»NAe7 ~~ZssII«_ xilttSr PARKER, BUSINESS~MK_IUM'AND HI clairvoyant, 28 Bouth Spring street. Room 15. d29-tf DIVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A BPECI alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB. At torney. 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. j329-tf "iTH EVERY DOLEAR'S WORTH OF goods you buy at McDonell's Drtg Store, 271 N. Main st , you get one choice in three elegant toilet sets. d9-lm ememmr~¥hat for every dollar you spend at McDonell's Drug Store, 271 N. Main St., you are entitled to one chance in three elegant toilet sets. d9-lm UaT ARRIVED — MRS~DrT YOL A N DE, moßt wonderful and highly gifted English Palmist, now in this city for short time only: read your life, past, present, future: without question or mistake, gives advice on business, money matters, changes, travels, family affairs, etc ; describes friends or enemies; tells yon what business you are most adapted for, also what part of the country is best suited for you, etc. Remember, perfect satisfaction in reading one's life or no charee. Office, rooms 12 and 13 (upstairs). No. 210J.£ 8. Spring St.. bet. Third and Fourth st. JsC 6t ' EOST~ANU^t'^jND. HE ADJtD~ _ SUNDAY Jj night, at meeting of the Elks. Engraved: 'To T A. Brunswick by Schroder it Caley, Xmas,lBBB." Please return to Reception Btt loon. j»7tf OTRAYED FROM THE LOS ANGELES COLD 0 Storage Co., two horses, one a bay having a white stripe on his face, with white hind foet, and a sorrel with face and feet white; both about twelve years old and weighing about 1 050 pounds apiece. Finder will be liberally rewarded. d3l lw «Tv.irenr6 NOTICE. WIDEN D NO. 9 OF THE LOS ANGELES Savings Bank for the six months endiug December 31. 1888, U now due and psyablf at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum on term de posits and 8 per cent, per annum on ordinary -deposits. W. M. CASWELL, Secretary. ja3-14t SPECIAL. NOTICES. PLANS AND tages,slo; for 8-room houses, $15. J.FRIED LANDER, architect, 23 N Spring st. 524 12m H-"as■'ESSMK N TS FOR GRADING SOUTH Workman St., between Downey aye. and Warner sts.. are now dne and payable at. the office of T. F. JOYCE, 19 W. Flrsi St. ja3-lm EXCELSIOR STEAM L_[r7NDRY—MAIN office permanently located at No. 15 West Second st. Laundry 184 Wall st. All orders promptly attended to. Telephone 307. d2stf MRS. SEAL CUKES ALL CHRONIC~DIff eases: cures use of tobacco in any form, liquor or opium; cure of tobacco guaranteed or no pay; sittings datly. No 30GS. Main st. d2B lm* THE METROPOLITAN LOAN ASSOCIATION of Los Angeles, California, will issue its third series on February Ist, 1889. One thousat d shares will be sold. Parties wishing to subscribe will apply at the Secretary's office at Ihe Board of Trade Building, northwest cor ner of First and Fort streets for particulars. d2O-lm T. H. WARD, Secretary. 9lEEn\i. NO a- ICES. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS—THE AN nual meeting of the stockholders cf the San Gabriel Wine Company will be held at the office of the company on January 12th, at 10 o'clock A. H. for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the meeting San Gabriel, Cal., January 1, 1889. _ja3-llt T. G. HAINES, Secretary. THE ANNI'AL MEETING OF THE STOCK, holders of the J. M. Griffith Company will be held at the office of the Cr mpmv, No. 532 N. Alameda at,. Los Angeles Cal., oil Monday, January 21, 1889, at the hour of 10 o'clock A m , for tho purpose of electing a Board of Directors to seive during the ensuing year and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. H. G. STEVENSON, Secretary. Los Angeles, Cal., January 5, 1889. jaO-lOt QTOCKHOLDEKS' MEETING.— oFF!c¥ _ OF C 3 the Cucamonga Water Company, North Cu camonga, Cal., December 22, 1888. Notice is hereby given that, the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of ihe Cucamonga Water Company will be held at the office of tho Com pany at North Cucamonga, Cal., on Thurs day, January 10, 1889, at 10:30 o'clock a. st„ for tbe purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of suoh other business as may be brought before the meet ing. 0. C. MATTH AY, Secretary. d24-j7 QTOCKHOLIERS' MEETING—THK ANNUAL k5 meeting of tbe Stockholders of the Frovi dencia Laud, Water and Development Company will be held at the office ot the company, in rooms 8 and 9 iv the Bryson <Si Bnnebrake block, on the northwest corner of Spring and Second sts., in the city of Los Angeles, county ol Los Aute'es, State of California, ou Moudav, Janu ary 14, 1889, at 10 o'clock A. M , for the purpose of electiug a board of directors and trausacting such other business as may be brought before said meeting. T. W. T. RfCHARI S. Secretary. d2B jail tOR RENT--KOOfMS. FOR RENT—2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, $10 per month; also furnished room for light housekeeping. 518 W. Fourth, bet. GraDd aye. and Hope. jab 31* FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS -IN tha Norton block, cor. Seventh and Hill sts. Suitable for light housekeeping. d25-lm* ~ R~s^T^^7»T/s_i£u IIOR RENT—FINE 20-ROOM BOARDING OR 1 lodging-house, close in, for $60 per month; cheapest rent in the city; rare chance. Room 3, No. 7 N Spring St. jastf OR RENT - - r>Eo<)ir - COOTAO_,"' WITH bath and bice stable, price $25 per month, cor. Ocein view and S. Union aye. Address R. L. COTE. 41 aud 43 S. Spring st. jas 5t litOß RENT—THE CLIFTON lluuoE, uN 1 the cor. of Fort and Temple sts.; 40 rooms; every modern improvement; possession given February 1, 1889. JOHN I. REDICK, South ern California National Bank. dl2tf OR RENT—FINE NEW 10 ROOMED house, 1 block from cable cars, sightly loca tion; baths, closctß, fire places, hot and cold water; every modern convenience; good for a family, or lor boarding or lodging bouse. Cheapestrent in the city; onlvs3o per month. Call at Room 3, No. 7 N. Spring St. C. WHITE. rt2stf _ «>et hi: .T—l*l ISCN».E •« N EOI'S.""" FOR RENT —LARGE,"FURNISHED HALL and anteroom, suitable for society meet ings. Address .1. H. MELVILL, room 1, Safe Deposit building. jas 7t* B~OR "RENT—STORES ON MAIN, BPRING, Fort and other streets; hotels, apartments, houses, etc. A. L. TEELE, comer Second and Fortsts. ja2tf I~V3 R RENT—HOUSES. STOKES. LONG LIST: changing every day. LOS ANGELES RENTAL AGENCY, 1 N. FORT ST. J. C. FLOURNOY, Secretary. dlO FOR RENT—NTORI-S A.> U HOO.TIS. JVDR RENT— Store, next new Postoffice, Fort st, Stoft, 110 W. Sixth st. 8 rooms, up-stairs, 116 W. S'xth st. 2 stores, Los Angeles, near Tnird st. 16 rooms, 206 S. Los Angeles st. 20 rooms. Seventh st. and Maple aye. 2 stores, Main St., near Fourth. Apply to J. B. LANKERSHIM, 326 S. Main St. jdO-lm OR RENT—TWO STORE ROOM*, NEARLY finished, on Sixth st., hetwten Olive st. and Grand aye; well situated for drug, grocery, fancy dry goods or millinery store; good loca tion and low rent. Inquire of owner on prem ises between 9 and 11 a.M and 2 and 4 p.m., or at his risideucc. No. 844 Tenth St., west of Pearl. ja6-4t* \v *J£ a _BD-_ra* EE H XI, s». WAN "fill—A <: Ait KIA G a-r.. i N I'i.K A. ply to -'PAINTER," this cilice, ja6 lOt* ANTED- iX ENERGETIC YOUNG M' N to take charge of an office in San Francisco Salary $100 per n o:ith. Small eupita' re quired. Call or address ADVANCE PUB LIBHINO CO., 247 South Sprii.gSt. J7—st* ANTKIJ—A YOUNG iMAN WHO UNDER stands short-hand and type writing snftl cieutlv well for corresponding clerk. Address Postoffice box 622, witli references jaO 3t* VVA i.T E U-IKII .UK HELP, WANTED— A RELIABLE WOMAN TO take charge of an officer's quarters at a military post in Arizona. Must be a good cook, aud give unquestionable references. Good W'geß. Railroad fare paid. Apply to MRS. JOSLYN, Woman's Industrial Exchange, 25 E. Fourth st. jl 7t WA»TED-S» Mj S.TIEN. _ WANTED— LADY AGENtTtO INTRODUCE a remedy to be used exclusively by womon. A chance to make big wages. Ad dress, with references, H. W. F., P. O. Box 2,400, Los Angeles. j6-4t* SALESMEN— WE WISH. A WSW MEN TO sell our goods by Bample to the wholesale and retail trade. Largest manufacturers in our line. Enclose 2-cent stamp. Wages $3 per day. Permanent position. No postals an swered. Money advanced for wages, adver tising, etc. CENTENNIAL MANUFACTUK ING CO., Cincinnati. Ohio. n2l w&sun lot* ~\V» N f EU-PARTKEH. W~ANTED-A PARTNER WITH AS HUGH as $500, to go in the drug business in some flourishing little town. Address "Druggist," 216 W. Secoud St., city. ja 4-st* '.'„ ... .1 WA N TED-SI Til ATIONS. WANTED DRESSMAKER; WELL RECOM mended, wants Work to take borne. Ad dress by mail, DRESSMAKER, 22 W. Fifth st jS-2.* ANTED—AN AGRICULTURIST WITH HIS diploma desires to find employment for trimming trees and general work of the kind. No. 9 Alfso st. Ja4 4t* ANTED—A SITUATION BY A FlJtBT class Chinese cook either in a private fam ily or hotel. Address CHAB. LEE KONG,2O.;_ S. Spring st. ja2 7t* IH.HI'I BO > T »^ W~™rTnORTON, ARCHITECT, 38 8. SPRING* . St. dl2tf CHAS. W. DAVIS. ARCHITECT. ROOMS 3 and 4, Downey blook, Los Angeles. d22tf /VeO F. COSTERISAN, ARCHITECT, ROOMS IT 21, 22, 23 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. dl'Jtf B~l_Tck MAN & WILBON. ~ Architects, 11 West First street, Igg lm Lna Angeles. Cat. aTTi .i Vpa till NTS. DR."j. W. REESE. EftIALTH 'oFFICERj NO 7 N. Spring St. Telephone 60S. d26-tf. MONDAY MOKNING, JANUARY 7, 1889. WANTED—. 11SCEEI.ANEOIIS. est place at BURNS'. 231 S. Spring st. IpOR SALE—BUTCHER BUCP; _ BU r ILDING ' can be used for other business. Apply cor. First and Alameda. jas lm* J~osis~sT coTTpublic catereks, fur nish wedding, dinner partieß, banquets, etc. 312 8, Main st. dS lm WANTED— MAN WITH TEAM TO LEASE A ranch. Damp land; ready for crop; a house. Apply between 9 and 4atMonteom ery's store, 18 N. Spring st. FRANK PAL TRIOGE. . j6-2t* FOR SAEE. FOR BALE—NICE BUGGY HORSE AND harness, cheap. 607 8. Main st. ji6 3t* HOrseT PER ' fectly gentle, good roadster. Also double s'ated carriage, very cheap. BARNETT DEZELLE. 410 S. Spring st, ja3 6t* I"lo~R~SALE — THORI. UGHBRED FOWLS 1 ana epgs of 15 varieties by A. 0. RUSOH HAUPT, on State st , Brooklyn Heights. P. O. box 43. Station "B." Circular free. d3O tf* FOR SAEE—City Hrot>erty. (_>o'9llA-HOUSE," SIX ROOMS; BATH. •J9_5.01.ir near Teuth aud Pearl. HOW'S, 9 N. Main. jl-lm* F _ O-TsA L E—E ABY TE R MS, LOT 00x165~ C)N Flower St.. with new 2-story house and gar den. Apply 1386 Flower st. Dll lm* IIOR~ SALE, DIRT-CB.EAP—TWO LOTS, block 9, lots 25 and 26, in Howts' tract. SIG WOI.FF, 210 N. Main st. Jas lm EIOR SALE—HOUSE" AND LOT ON FIRST J? street, betwoen Grand and Bunker Hill avenues. El«gauttlte 37x120 feet; 4 room>, kitchen .nd bath room Apply to A. O HOLMKS, room 37, Temple block. ja3 tf LjlOR SALE-FINE 7 ROOM HOUSE?-V_Tl_ V located noar good car line, modern im provements, or will exchange for l.os Angeles or Kantsi City property. WM GIBSON &. C<i, 1 Horth Fort st. j»3 7t* F"OR BALE—CHOICEST TtkiITIENCE COS ner in Los Angeles, 165x190 to 20 foot alley, corner Figueron and Adams sts. Oil-red during next few days at a reduced price by owner, 55 N. Spting St. ja 3 tf lilOR SALE-$25 CASH AND $10 PER MONTH ! buys a lot on horse car line; 30 miunte6 from center of city; p'iees $290 to $500; pure water free; cheaper than rent A. L. TEELE, agent, Secoud and Fort sts. ja 2tf FOR KG X FI RE-PROOF SAFE, weight 7,000 lbs., inside measurement 52 in.; 48 and 18 combination lock. Also, a double wilting desk. 8 fee'long by 53 incbes wide; drawers ou either side Will sell cheap. Call on J. A. COWELL, 201 W. First-6jl-tf T^ItSALK—ONE OF THE MOST COiWenT P ent 8-room houses yon ever saw; the rooms are all large; 4 grates in the house; plenty of closets; good bath-room; good story-and-a-half barn, and all new; you will say it is well worth the money we ask, if you see it. MILLER & HERRIOTT, 34 N. Spring st. j5 tf lilOR SALE. BYYhe~6wNER— f UR ' house of 7 rooms and two lots on the hills, within one mile of the city center; fruit trees, outhouses, chicken-yard, etc.; all rooms nicely furnished and bouse all ready to commence housekeeping; will be sold at a bargain; owner can be found on tho premises until 12 M. daily. CHARLES RUTHARD. 121 Brooklyn aVe. dl6-lm ijstTe sold-ei.egaut~hbm eTblau tiful house and barn, with elegant grounds, situate on most delightful eminence, among the bon ton of the city. The house Is new, has large rooms, elegant parlors and halls, with etery modern improvement; is finished in Berl Redwood and cannot be surpassed in beauty, location, or desirability. The owner cannot use and must sell, or would rcut by year to a very desirable tenant, but prefers to sell at a great sacrifice. Ennnlre >10. 16 8. Main st. GEO. O. FORI). dlB-lm FOR SAEE—Country Property. THE JURUPA LAND AND WATER COM pany offers a six thousand acre tract; will se.l fn forty acres lots; situated three miles noi th west from Rowell Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with a good water right of one miner's inch of water to every seven aud one half acres of land, for the extreme ly low pri'e 01 one hundred and twenty-five do'lars ($125) per acre. One-quar ter down and balanco to suit buyers' couven ieuce. The land is level and in a beautiful sheltered valley, and is the best orange land In Southern California. Commission paid to agcuts. Address HENRY C. REGIS'I rR, 125 W. First St.. or WICKS WARD, 86 Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. d3O-3m TO KXCHANUE. mO EXCHANGK—FINE 30 ROOM HOUSE JL and corner lot, close in, for acreage. Room 3, No. 7 N. Spring st jaStf TO EXCHANGE—3 FINE HOUSEsTcLOSE iv. for good Eastern property. Room 3. No. 7 N. Spring St. jastf TO EXCHA. GE-4 NICE RESIDENCES IN Los A"geles for Kansas City property. J. C. FLOUKNOY, secretary, No 7 N. Fort jas 7t FOR EXCHANGE—THE BEST SANTA ANA and San Fernando Valley lands for first class Eastern city or farm property. Address OWNER, room 6, Allen block, Los Angeles. Ja4 7t* CaTifornia /ane proTerYy for exchange. McDONALD, room 8 Wilson Block, corner of Spring and First sts. d 22 lm }"7ibIFEX(:H _ EQDITY IN VERY ! choice fruit land for city property. JULIUS LYONS, room 7, Allen block, cor. of Spring and Temple. j6-tf 6~EXCHANGE-4,000 PIECES OF PROF erty. Houses, lots business property, ranches, Eastern property, etc , etc. Call for anything you want J. C. WILLMON, 128K W. First-»t. jl 31t. " BUSINESS CHANCES WELL sale or exchange. Address Mme. 8.. at N Y. Art Rooms, 253 8. Fort st, near Fourth. ja6-2l* USINISS3 CHANCE—FOR A WELL established and paying paper and notion house. Call ou BURCH & BOaL. 3 S. Fort. jl-tf __!-C|7rBlH»nV." Excursions — east and west, semi- Hi monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kan-as City and Chicago. FREE sleeping accommoda tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply to WARNER 8R03., 34 N. Spring St., Los An geles. dl2tf DENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK Island route excursions will leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Tourist sleeping cars elegantly equipped, free of charge. Call or ad dres, F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st. ja 3-tl FREE EXCURSIONS—THROUGH CARS TO Chicago. Only one change to Boston. Con ductors and porters accompany all parties. Leave Los Angeles January 10th and 24th, February 7th and 21st, March 7th and 21st A. PHILLIPS A CO., 41 N. Spring st., Los An geles, Cal. d27-tl OUTHEBN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH excursions to New York, Boston and Phila delphia. Elegant new tourist can with ladies' dressing room and lavatory; stoves with im proved heaters for making tea and coffee; com plete equipment of cushions, bedding.curtains, etc,: uniformed colored porters; 8. P. Co. 's party conductors go through to New Orleans, thence to Boston aud Philadelphia.. But on" change of cars (in Union Depot) at New Orleans. The Suuset and Queen and Crescent Route through the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir mingham, Chattanooga. Cluciunattl, etc. Quick time, direct connecUcns. Excursions leave Los Angeles December 16 . h and 30th . 1888,; January I3t \ February 3d and 17th; March 3d, 17th and 31st: April 14th; May sth and 19th, 1889. For further particulars call on or wite any of the agencies of the SOUTHERN PACIFC COMPANY In Southern California, or C. F. SMURR, Assistant General Passenger Agent southern Pacific Company, No 202 N. Main st., Los Angeles, cal. dl 3 5m ATTORNEYS. WE I XS7"CHJTH Weils, F. B. Gu*hrie, Bradncr W. Lee), Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law, rooms 11 to 18, Baker blcok, Los Angeles, Cal. jaO-lf WALTER ROSE, ATTORNEY, ROOM d AL len block, cor. Spring and Temple sts.nl4-tf 8. HOTCHSISB, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 8 . snd 9. Safe Deposit building, cor. New High and Temple sts. dl7tf CIHASE A FORRESTERr EXAMI>IXR8 _ 6f j Titles and Abstractors, Room 35 and 36, ■ Phillips' block. No. 1. j5-U FINANCIAL. Moneyto' lo an-fr'e d do as, no ion' Spring. jl 7t MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS Ovitß $1,000 _ROBERT U ARDIE.BI and 83 Temple Block Monet" to loan in suit. f.c. ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. ja2tf S Ki io iiAf, ~to~"loan-a"; J.~ viele WWvUyVUy room 1, New Wilson Build ing. First and Spring. dl 2 lm H/Wi™ LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS 90\fm\J\J\J mortgages, 10 percent.net. BYRAM & POINDEXTEK. 19 W. First St. d 23 lm MONEY TO LOAN—ON GOOD REAL ES tate. Apply to JOHN LAWRENCE, Telt phone office, 17 N. Main st. ]6 4t* T 08 ANGELES REAL ESTATE AND FINAN- U CIAL AGENCY, 1 N. FORT ST., loans money at low rates In round sums. J. C. FLOURNOY, Secretary. dl 6 AfONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLAMS MOhT iU gages. Apply to JOHN MIL NER, agent lor Bal our, Guthrie <Si Co , San Frauciscn.room 9, Baker block. ja3 lm WANTED —LOAN OF $5,000 OR $6,000 ou improved city property three times the value of the loan; high rate paid. Room 3. No. St. jastf T0 $200,000 wanted—to fi\J\JiV\J\J take controlling interest In a savings and loan institution. Address C. M. WELLS di BURKB, cor. Temple and New High stS; d23tf Dentists. J.R. K. G. Jl» St., McDonald block. dIS-tf DR. W. 11. MASSER HAS REOPENED HIS dental office iv rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. Fecoud and Fort sts. d3O-tf riENTISTRY—THE BEST DENTAL WORK 17 done iv all branches at reasonable rates by DR. C. H. PARKER, rooms 6 and 7, 205% S. fcpjing ja2 lm DE MTAL INSTITUTE. COR. SPRING AND Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill ing, $1.00; amalgam filling, 50e.; extracting, 25c. A regular graduate iv constant attend ance- d2l tf 1882—ESTABLISHED—1882. DR. L. W. WELLS, DENTIST, 23 8. SPRING st. Filling teeth painless and gold work a specialtj-. Teeth extracted, with liquid gas, ouly safe and reliable anesthetic in use for the painless extraction of teeth. j4 10m A DAMS BROS, DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING iV street, Rooms 4 and 5, Gold fillings from $2 np. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth extracted without gas or air, 50 cents. Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By our new method of making teeth, a misfit is Impossible. All work guaranteed. We make a specialty of extracting teeth with out pain. Office Hours from 3 a.m., to sr. M. Sundays from 10 a. M. to 12 m. Night calls answered office dB-t,f S JESHE5 1 c ,_A J^** DR. DARLING ~OCULIBT AND AURIBT Office 25 North Main SL Office Hours. 9a. m. to 4 p. M. j ltf-d&w lil A. DX CAILHOL, M. D —AT HIB BANI i. tarium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone 891. Jl-tf DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN 818 -ters' Hospital: 7., N. Main St., rooms 1, 2 and 3. d 27 tf R. J. W, HIIPFELD (LATE OF NEW YORK) at No. 23 S. Spring st. Hours. 10 to 12 a M. and 3to6p. M. Telephone 1019. Resi dence, 112 Ellis aye. d2l lm CI E. CLACIUB, M. D., OFFICE, NO. 75 N Spring St., rooms 33 aud 34. Hours from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases and chronic diseases In general. d24tf R. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR lst, 107 8. Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a.m.to 12 v. and 2to 4 p. M. d24tf MRS. DR. J. M. SMITH (FORMERLY jTrS. C.E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladles cared for during confinement. Midwifery a specialty. d2B-6m rTc7EDGAR SMITH-DISEASES 0F Wf> men a specialty. Dr. Smith has the exclu sive use of the Brinkerhoff painless system of treatment for rectal diseases of L. A. city aud county. Office, cor. Spring and Second sts.. Hoi len cock block. d24tf R. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur gery (iucludiug geuito-urinary diseases) and diseases of the nose, throat and choßt. 75 N. Spring st. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. d24tf M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. 1)., M. C P. S. 0~ . Special attention given to all head, throat and chest diseases, including the eye, ear and heart. Compound oxygen, nitrous oxide aud the inhalation used in all cases of lung disease. Office Hollenbeck Block, corner Second end Spring sts., Los Angeles Cal. jal EBECCA LE-TDORSEY, M D..OFFICE, NO. 7% N. Main St., rooms 8 and 9. Special at tention paid to obstetrics, gynecology, diseases of chest and throat and chtldren's diseases. Office honrs, 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 4 aud 7 to 9 p. m Telephone, No. 513. Night calls prompt y answered. <124tf "specialists. mb. Jones, m. d., eye? ear, . nose and throat diseases a spe-JHPS cialty: 23 years' experience. SautaHl_BB_i Ana. Cal. nl7 2m* s__>^ AND TELE graphy taught day and evening by compe tent instructors. LONGLEY & WAGNER, 24 W. First St. d7tf IGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANGELES BUSINESS Colleee and English Training School. Tem ple and New High sts. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. dlstf TIHFT.OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF . Music, No. 406 B. Main st. Complete course either in music, art, language or elocu tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President, ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND J English Training School, cor. Temple and New High sts. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, d3ot Sid. A. FARINI'S MUSICAL STUDIO, No. 151 8. Hill st. Pupils prepared for the operatic and concert stage; alsooratorio. Class lessons of three and four at reasonable rates. Reception hours, 2 to 3 p. M. daily. d2l tf ST. MaJtHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO, CAL. A Church Echool for boys, under military discipline. Twenty-third year. 1 Prepares for college or for business. i Easter term will begin January 3,1889. < Send tor catalogue. < REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A., dll lm Principal. OODBURY'B BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND — SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 Sonth Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal SBSSIONB DAY AND EVENING. For particulars, call at office or address. s2O-ly F. C. WOODBURY, Principal. HitMEOPAjrtfIsPITS. EA. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE 21 3. FORT . St. Hours Ito4 p. if. Telephone 353. Residence, 134 8. BUI St. d! 4. ISaaF FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMEOPATHIST Office Hours—ll to 12 A. M., 2to 5 p. m., Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building, Los Angeles, CaL Residence 408 South Main street. d9-ti. 8. SALISBURY, mTFTT HOMCEPATHIST. . Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson blook. cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pearl st. Office honrs, 11 a. m. to 3p. m. Telephone Nos.: Office 897: residence 877. d24tf O. B. FULLER & CO.. (Successors to McLain A Lehman.) Pioneer Tiuck and Traasfer Co. No. 3 Market St., Los Angki.es, Cal. Safeand Piano Moving. All kinds of Truck Work Tsxkphon- 137. jal-2m Poles and Trimmings OF ALL STYLES AT LION & SONS'. AROUND THE CITY. Severely Stabbed f<sr Small Eeason. WALTERS' ESTATE IN DISPUTE. Claimants Appear in the East. Probability of a Legal Proceeding:. A cutting scrape took place yesterday evening at Mrs. Waters' lodging home on San Fernando street. A man by the name of Robert Townsend was cut by Ed Williams. Both were stopping at the house, and it is supposed that there must have been some quarrel between them, althv 0 h the wounded man claims to be unable to account for the attack. He says he was standing in the doorway . of the house when Williams rushed at him with a knife and cut him in the ab domen. Townsend was brought to the Police Station and given medical aid. The wound is serious, but not fatal. Williams is well known to tho police, and will doubtless be immediately ap prehended. He has served along term of 500 days in the County Jail for an as sault with intent to commit rape, and his time was up only a few days ago. It is said that he was drunk at the time he stabbed Townsend. THE WALTERS ESTATE. Other Clulinants Appear on the Scene. It will be remembered that a short time ago the Herald published a state ment that a Mexican woman named Leivas and hei children had filed a claim to the estate of George Walters with the Public Administrator. It now appears that there are other claimants for the property in the person of a brother and two sisters of deceased. The property in question is on Buena Vista street and is valued at about $30,000, and to this Mrs. Leivas lays claim on tbe ground that de ceased acknowledged her as his wife. She and the persons who have been ad vancing her the costs of prosecuting her claims are very anxious to have tbe estate settled, but the appearance of other claimants in the field will probably result in an interesting litigation. Mrs. Leivas' son is an inmate of the county jail, where he is held on a charge of kill fng one Pedro Lopez at Verdugo last October. The sisters of deceased reside in New Orleans and the brother at Charleston, West Virginia. The Public Administrator is in communication with the latter, and the contest will crop out in the courts shortly. IRVING'S FEAT. It Creates a Sensation Among the Operators. An item which appeared in Saturday morning's Herald, stating that Mr. James Irving, a telegraph operator at the Southern Pacific trainroom on San Fernando street, claims to have sent 4,125 words and 310 messages between 7p. m, aud 12:45 a. m., from the West ern Union office at New Orleans two years ago, haß created a good deal of a sensation. The boys in the office tele graphed it all over the country and in response messages have poured in by the hundred to Mr. Irving, some congratula tory, others otherwise. From a pile about a foot high a Herald man yester terday selected the following, which were actually received over the wires from different points in the United States: From Thomas Edison—"l thought I was some pumpkins myself at 10, but you beat me. lam sending the electric belt forthwith. Have a new instrument too fast for me: will send it along also." From Norvin E. Green, President, Western Union—"Have a new quad ruples instrument for inaugural day. We want you here at once." From C. P. Huntington—"We want you in Boston. You must come. Transmit yourself immediately." From Siemens, Berlin—"We want your cheek to test our new dynamo ma chine." The New Orleans office sent a dispatch requesting that the biscuit be handed to Mr. Irving without delay. THE ELKS. Tlicy Have Another Olorious Soc!al Session. The Elks held another of their gleeful sessions at the Odd Fellows' Hall on Spring street last evening, with Jack Perry in the chair and Harry Gutsch and Jack Ramsay as guards. An effi cient corps of officers had been selected and from tbe moment of convention at 0 'o'clock until the departing hymn waß j sung in the small hours there was one (constant round of merriment. Every one who had the reputation of being able to do anything was called upon to do it and those who were incapable of giving any entertainment were fined for being useless. Among the many who did something were Tom Rowan, Jr., Wallace, Charles Bassett, George Flint, Johnny Williams, Melville Stoltz and W. B. Falk. Fines were im posed in the usual humorous manner, one member being mulcted 75 cents for being late, and 10 cents more for explain ing the cause of his delay; A. T. McCar thy 25 cents for being too quiet; Johnny Williams 10 cents for making a hit with his danca; Tommy Rowan 25 cents for enjoying himself, and George Flint 10 cents for singing too well. Brother James Bell made an excellent bartender and Brother Yoorhees, who was fined 25 cents for not being a relation of the Senator of that name, did the catering to perfection. ASSAULTED A CHILD. Arrest of J. 11. Koltz on a Serious A man by the name of J. H. Koltz was arrested yesterday on the charge of hav ing committed an indecent assault on the little daughter of James McGurn. Mc- Gum is a carpenter living on Grand avenue near Fifth. One evening a little over a week ago his three children, two lioya and a girl of 12 years, were coming home from the Postoffice, when a man approached them and offered the girl . money to accompany him. When she FIVE CENTS. refused he seized her and behaved in a way to frighten her and her two brothers until they screamed tor help. He then released the child ■nd ran away. The children narrated th* affair to McGurn and since then he his been watching for a man to suit the description which they gave. Yesterday Afternoon the little girl saw the fellow in the park and told her father, with the result that the man was brought to tho station and booked for indecent assault. «. A. H. Camp (irooadi. A committee ot eight prominent mem bers of the Q. A. X., accompanied by a party of railroad men. visited Ban Juan by-the-Sea yesterday for the purpose of looking out suitable grounds for tbe next encampment. The southern half of the State constitutes tho Seventh Inspection District of the G. A. R., and the com mittee has now under discussion the matter of the location for the grand encampment to come off next summer. A number of places near the coast will be visited, but no de cision will be reached for some time. Yesterday the party drove about the town examing the various sites that were proposed. After a very pleasant spread, the party came back to the city on the evening train. The Baggage Agents' Convention. Extensive preparations are being made tor the annual convention of baggage agents which will open on the afternoon of the 16th at the Baldwin Theatre, San Francisco. Advices have been received of fourteen Pullman carloads of delegates over the northern routes, and a large number will come via the Santa Fe and Sunset lines. Judging by the reports, the majority of tbe visitors will take advan tage of being on the coast to drop down and see Los Angeles, so railroad men will be olentiful on the streets toward tho end of the month. Depot Jottings. Mr. J. T. Harmer, Assistant General Auditor of the Santa Fe, has resigned to take the position of Auditor of the El gin, Joliec and Eastern Road. As an evidence of the substantiality of business, the Santa Fe overland brought seventy passengers into the city yester day, forty of whom were first-class. Work on the new Coast line has been temporarily suspended. Fourteen miles of the gap have been closed, tho road now reaching south as far as Santa Mar garita. Mr. Charley White, the zealous ticket agent for the Southern Pacific, will in future attend to outside business in addi tion to his office duties. He leaves this morning for San Pedro, his first trip under the new arrangement. Mr. S. W. Eccles, the recently-ap poinled Coast agent of the Union Pacific, passed through the city last night en route to his headquarters at San Fran cisco. Mr. A. J. Hechtman, the agent for the company here, went down the road to meet him. A LARGE ENTERPRISE. Oakland Capitalists In a Southern California Scheme. The proposition to establish a road stead on the coast near Los Angeles has been long considered by the residents of that county. The harbor of San Pedro is considered too far off, and though the harbor of Santa Monica is quite near, still it is unsatisfactory for many reasons. Colonel G. H. Mendell of the corps of engineers, United States army, and William Ham Hill, State Engineer of California, were employed by the Board of Trade of Los Ange les to make surveys, especially of the waters at Redondo beach, below Santa Monica, and report the same to the Redondo Beach Company. The first named engineer in his report says the characteristic hydrographic feature of this beach is the existence on its front of a remarkable sub-marine valley, the ten fathom contour of which is within 500 feet of shore and which widens and deep ens rapidly, attaining 100 fathoms' depth at about a mile and a half from shore. This feature belongs to no other frontage on Santa Monica bay proper. The place is remarkably free from winds and wave disturbances and will make a safe harbor. Steamers from San Francisco, landing first at Redondo, would doubtless there discharge their passengers, who would reach Los Angeles some hours earlier than they can do now, or than they could do if landed on piers in San Pedro bay. It is claimed that by the expenditure of a comparatively small sum of money for docks and training walls, tbe largest ves sels can be brought immediately along side the cars, and that such a plan, if carried out, would certainly prove of much importance to Los Angeles. The valley lying back of Redondo Beach is a beautiful one, and is very fertile. The beach itself is a fine one, and if improved as it is intended to have it done, it will be one of the finest resorts in the State. The establishing cf a new port where vessels from the Orient could come along side the cars near Los Angeles attracted the attention of Captain J. C. Ainsworth, of this city. His long connection with shipping interests between Portland, Ore., and China, has made him thor oughly familiar with the importance and commercial value of such a harbor near Los Angeles. It was he who perhaps more than anyone else made Portland, from a commercial view, the city that it now is. Captain Ainsworth, after a thorough sur vey of the field, concluded to undertake this new enterprise. With this idea, he invested largely in tracts of lands in the Redondo valley. On the beach is situ • ated the town of Redondo, and between it and Los Angeles is the town of Ingle wood. Two joint stock companies have been organized, one known as tae Centi nela-Inglewood Land Company, and the other as the Redondo Beach Company. Captain George J. Ainsworth, of Pagoda Hill, near this city, is President of both companies. An Enquirer reporter called on Captain J. C. Ainsworth at his beautiful home at Roselawn, Claremont, this morning and learned from him that his son is now at Los Angeles where he is completing ar- I tangements for improving both places and establishing the proposed harbor. A large hotel will be built on the beach, which ,though not as extensive and costly as that at Coronado Beach, near San Diego, will be sufficiently commodious for all practical purposes "and will be of beautiful architectural appearance. J. C. Matthews, the well known architect of thiß city is now making the plans for this proposed hotel. AVork at both places will be poshed forward as rapidly as possible, and in the meantime inducements are being offered to those who desire to purchase homes in the lands of either company.—[Oakland , Enquirer.