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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.---NO. 113. t 1 RAND OPERA HOUBK. IT H. C. Wyatt, lessee and Manager. ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY,JAN.2I Engagements oi tho popular artists, JOSIIPII R • UKIS M E II i —AND— PHOEBE BAVIES, Supported by their own excellent company, When will be presented for the firzt time here, Monday and Tuesday Ev'gs, Jan. 21 and 22, Tho romautie drama by Clay M. Greene, Esq., entitled— It' O X Ci I V E N ! Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Evenings, Frank Harvey's masterpiece, the powerful melodrama, entitled— THE UOtti.il AfIAIKST HEB! Each play presented with A GREAT CAST, NEW AND APPROPRIATE SCENERY AND NOVEL MECHANICAL EFFECTS. GRAND SATURDAY MATINEE. Seats now on sale. ja!6 Ttrand OPERA HOUSE. VJ H. 0. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. ONE WEEK-MONDAY*. JANUARY 28th. Wednesday aud Saturday Matiuees. j I iTI X E KISiLf I'l : Famous Spectacular Drama, The B E A C X VBOOK ! Presented on ascaioof mngniflcencesurpassing all formor prod actions. 2 GRAND BALLETS 2 The World's Greatest Aerial Artists— GRAND AMAZON SISTERS Ot'GAR. MARCHI Eccentric Acrobats— DARK BROS. SUPERB SCENERY! Musical Eccentrics— GREAT CAST! 8188 AND 8088. —and— TheGreatestGrotefque SPLENDID CO3TUMES! MONS. ARNOLD. Price?—Jl.Bo, $1, 75c, 50c. and 250, ja23 FREE ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT. : VIENNA Blll'l'ET, : CJor. Main and Reqiiena streets. Every Evening and Sunday Afternoon. FAMILY RESORT. Entrance on Requena street. By a Quartotte of CELEBRATED HUNGARIAN SOLOISTS. Fine Hungarian Kitchen in connection. jaii-tf (CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM it THEATER j North Main street, near First. Doyle i& Isaacs Proprietors. "NOVELTY 18 THE PARENT OFPLEASURE." Week Commencing Saturday, January 19. Museum—Capt. Jessup's Trained Sea-Lions; Rhode, tho Herodian Mystery; Etta Clark, Double-Jointed Wonder; Prof. Gonzales, Ma gician; Punch and Judy, the Children s De light, etc. Theater—The Halls, Clarenco and Bessie, Refined Sketch Artists; Billy McCloin, late of McCanlass' Mlmtrels: Dr Queen's Marvelous Vivisection; John Welch, Vocalist aud Mimic, etc. Doors spen from 10 » w- to 10 p m. Admission, 10c Reserved seats 10c. extra. ■ySTASHLNGTON GARDENS. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. OPEN EVERY DAY. BACKED CONCERT every Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5, by the celebrated Hungarian Or chestra. Alter Concert, a SOCIAL DANCE will be given. Come and see the Ostriches, and at the same time hear some soul-stirring music. Admission, 15 cents; Children, accompanied by paronts, 10 cents. Good order maintained. jalltf SOUTHERN HALL,~I3O W. FIRST ST.. BET. Spring and Fort — 24-lIOUR MATCH be tweon J. G. MACFARLANE, Champion Long Distance Runner oi the Pacific Coast, aud R. B. MURDOCK, Champion 3(l hour Pedestrian of Baltimore. $100 A HI OH. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JAN. 25 ond 20. Doors open at 7p. H. Performance commences at 8 p. m. Match starts at 10 p. M., Friday, and ends at 10 p. m., Saturday. After the close of the match thero will be a Glove Contest between theweil known light-weight, Fred Champaigno. of France, and Jack Hogan, the hard tighter from St. Louis, for $250 a side, the former having backed himself to stop Hogan in six rounds. Champaigno is matched to tight Clark to a fin ish; tbe fight to take place within a few weeks. Snder the management of Crozler Bros., of New York City. Admtsslou 25c. ja2o 23 25* OF ROBERT BURNS. GRAND CELEBRATION BY THE I CAEKDONIAN CLUB i On FRIDAY EVENING, the 25th inst , in the TURNVEREIN HALL, South Spring St., at 8 o'clock. An assembly will take place after the literary exerelics. Tickets to be had at tbe music stores and from members of committee. jalO-tf gECoTIIFTERM. SECOND TERM I COMMENCING AT FISCHER'S DANCINb ACAiIEMY, 229 Sonth Spring Street. For gentlemen and ladies, Thursday evening, Jauuary 3d; ladies and children, Saturday af ternoon, January sth, at 2 o'clock. Hall to rent and parties every Friday night. a7nts.~perBonals, and other ad vertisemeuts under the following heads inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each Insertion. WANTED-miSCIiLLANIiUIJs. W~~ a nTed2pICTURE ftTO FRAME. CHEAP eet place at BURNS'. 231 8. Springst. F~ OR SALE—BUTCHER SHOP; BUILDING can be used lor other business. Apply cor. First and Alameda. Jas lm* PAVING CUT TERS, Southern California Paving Co , Lob Angeles Bt, near Commercial CON. BCHEERER. Ja2o-3t* A~ N ARCHITECT, RECENTLY FROM NEW York and with fair prospects for the com ing season, desires tc form either full or lim ited partnership with another architect requir ing quick, reliable and competent assistance. Address M H. R-, postofflce box 1737, city. jalft tv th sat WANIED—ItIsLE HELPi W'™^AN^r>— 2 YOUNG MEN, sa'a'y $15 per week. Call on or address ADVANCE PUB. CO ■ 247 S. Spring St. J22 3* VVAATEU-l'EltlALi: REEP^^ CLOAK BALEB -lady for a good position. Address, with reieronceB, "Cloakß," box 100, this office. Ja23 3t wXfsTEiTsi IE ATIOHfi-FKIH A liE. FAM llyas tutor by a competent young lady; young children preferred: best of references. Aildress 1. M. W„ box 150, this office. 23A20* WANTEMIfViI lONS. cook, to assist with laundry work; no ob jections to a short distance in the country: best of re fences. Address 110 Wall st. Ja23 3* WtNTED-IUENTIt, TO BELL~THE California Positive and Negative Electric Remedies iv Eastern cities. Call or address CREAHINGER ds CO., 22 8. Main St., Los An geles, Cal. Ja23 2* EOST and ruumu. light brown plaid shawl. Finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving same at 333 E. Fifth st. J«22 2* SPECIAL NOTICES. 1,000 L acres: well watered- $1,200 per annum. R. W. POINDKXTEIt, 19 W. First St. j2O-lm PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS *OK COT tages,slo; for 8-room houses, $15. J.FRITtD LANDER, architect, 23 N. Spring St. 524 12m rplIK ASSESSMENTS FOR GRADING SOUTH _L Workman st., between Downey avo. and Warner sts., are now duo and payable at the office of T. F. JOYCE, 19 W. First st. ja3-lm fvixCELSIOR STEAM ~ LAUNDRY—MAIN Ei office permanently located at No. 15 West Second st. Laundry 184 Wall st. All orders promptly attended to. Telephone 367. d2st,f MRS. SEAL CUKES ALL CHRONIC 1)13 -cafes: cures use of tobacco in any form, liquor or opium; cure of tobacco guaranteed or no pay; sittings daily. No. 306 S. Main st. d2B lm* IIOR RENT—2,OOO ACRES, IN LARGE OR 1 small tracts; first-class lands and near Los Angeles. Inquire PROVIDKNCIA LAND AND WATER CO.,rooms 8 audit, Bryson-Bonebrake block. jalSlOt OR SALE—2O,OOO FEET 2 IN. GAS PIPE, dipped; also steam well-boring outfit, near ly new and In perfect working order Inquire FKOVIUENCIA LAND AND WATER CO., rooms 8 aud 9, Bryson-Bonebrake block. jalSlOt /COLUMBIA LOAN AND BI ILDING ASSO Vj cintion—Shareß of the second series, which hare just been opened, aro now for sale. Ap ply for information A. WILLHARTITZ, secre tary, room 12, Lichtenberger block, No. 7£ N. Main st jail lm PEKMINAL. BU3IS K33 ME Di UM~ANS clairvoyant, 28 P. Spring, room 15. d29-tf DIVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A SPEOl alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB, At torney. 11 Temple strr-et Unom 10-12 d'29-tf FOR RENT--BOOMS. IjWR ItENT — FaRN!BHI£D AND UNFUR ! nl«hed rooms at 718 Temple st. ja23 7* ]~7\OR RENT—3 LARGE ROOMS, WITH WA ■ ter, $10 per month. 25 Davis st. ja23 3* lilOß7 RKNT — FURNI3HICD AND UNFUR ! ulshed rooms. 817% 8. Main St., bet. Ninth and Tenth. ja9 lm* 1 _ Soß~Rl£Nr — DINING-ROOM, 1 panlrv, etc., with as many rooms ai desired reasonable. 212 S. Hill st ja!7 7t OR KKNT — UN FURNISHED ROOMS -IN the Norton block, cor. Seventh and Hill Bts. Suitable for light housekeeping. d25-lm* 1~~M)R RENT—THE FINEST FLAT IN THE ! center of the city, suitable for business, office use or privnte family. Enquire st drug store, 12 S. Main, next Grand Optra House. j»lBtf OR KIiNT — TWO HANDS!) MB ROOMB7 with luruiture for sale; suitable for a doctor or a lawyer. Apply at Thompson's Din* Store, 203 N. Main st.. near Temple. jalß 7t EOR RENT-HOUSES. troTTS'tNT—3 4-ROOM HOUSES; JJ water included. 77 E. Pico. ja2o-7t* FOR KENT — 3-ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN, with water, $18. 14 Boyd st. Ja23 3* 110 It KENT—WHY PAY HICJH RENT WHEN I ion can get a fine 20-room house, with every modern convenience, and close in. for $50 per month? ffco this at loom 3, No. 7 N. Main st. ja 20-tl lilOR RENT—NICE NEW RESIDENCE, NINE ' rocm«, bath, hot and cold water, fire-places, closctß, etc., ono block of itreet ears. Rent, $25 per mouth Cheapest in the cily, at No. 7 N. Spring It, room 3. ja2o-tf ton kk vr—luisi'eT,L an c oi) s. HOUSES AND STOREH. 1 LONG I IST CHANGING EVERY DAY. jX>S ANGELES RENTAL AGENCY, 1 N. Fort st, J. 0. rLOuRNOY, secretary. I "SOB RENT—STORES ON MAIN, SPRING, ! Fort and other streets; hotels, apartments, houses, etc. A. L. TEELE, corner Second and Fort sta. j«2tf r»k rent-mtokks and rooms. 1 sort and other stree's: hotels, apartments, houses, etc. A. L. TEELE, cor. Second and Fort sts. ja!s OR RKN l -KOt'R (4) LARGE STORES AND thirty (30) rooms on Spring st.. near Sixth st, and a number of residences, furnished or unfurnished. Coll at our oflice and read our bulletin board, whereon we post all residences and stores we have to let. Owners of houses and stores Will do well to place their property lv our control, for, with our new facilities ior collecting and renting property, and our fine central location, we have uuusuai advantages. BRYAN & KELSEY, Members of Rental Agen cies Association, No 17 N. Spring st. jalO 7t JIOR RENT— Store, next new Postofflce, Fort st 2 stores, Los Angeles, near Third Bt. 16 rooms, 206 S. Los Ange'es Bt. 20 rooms. Seventh st. and Maple avo. 2 stores, Main st., near Fourth. To lease, lot 80x140, Main and Eighth Bts. To lease, NW. cor. Fort and Seventh st., 80x 145. Apply to J. B. LANKERSHIM, 326 8. Main at. ja6 lm I/O it MA I.E. OR FOWLS and eggs of 15 varieties by A. G. RUBCH HAUPT, on State St., Brooklyn Heights. P.O. box 43. Station "B." Circular free. d3O tf* FOR SALE-City Property. B» th. near Tenth aud Pearl. HOW'S, 9 N. Main. Jl-lm* F~ OR 8 A LE, DIRT- ti HE A P—TWO LOTS, block 9, lots 25 and 26, in Howes' tract. SIG WOLFF, 210 N, Main St. Ja6 lm I Hum sale- CHorcic spring-st. prop -1 erty; corner lot, fronting 100 feet ou Spring tt. and 165 feet on Eighth st., northwest corner. Apply to E. M. ROSS, over Farmers' and Mer chants' Bank. Ja22 7* OR SALE—HOUSE~AND~LOT ON FIRST street, between Grand and Bunker Hill avenues. Elegant site. 37x120 feet; 4 rooms, kitchen nnd bath room. Apply to A. p. HOLMES, room 37, Temple blook. Ja3 tf FOR SALB-$25 CASH AND $10 PER MONTH buys a lot on horso car line; 30 minutes from center of city; prices $290 to $500; pure water free; cheaper than rent, A. L. TEELE, agent, Second and Fort sts. Ja 2ti OR SALE—ONE OF THE~MOST CONVENI ent 8-room houses you ever saw; tho rooms are all large; 4 grates in tho house; plenty of closets; good bath-room; good story-aud-a-hnlf barn, and all new; yon will say it is well worth the money we ask, if you soe it. MILLER <St HERRIOTT, 34 N. Spring St. jS tf COM MALlK—Country Property. FOR SALE—I4O ACRES FINEST ALFALFA land on Washington st, four miles west of city limits: pays $200 per mouth as horse pasture: good improvements. Owner com pelled to sacrifice for good reasons. Will sell for $90 per acre, half cash. After February 10th this land will be withdrawn from sale. BYUAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First st. jalO-lm THE JURUPA LAND AND WATER COM pany offers a six thousand acre tract; will ee.lln forty acres lots; situated three miles noilo west froni Rowcll Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with a good wator right of one miner's inch of water to every seven and one half acres of land, for the extremely low price ot one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125) per acre. One-quar ter down and balance to suit buyers' conven ience. The land is level and in a beautiful sheltered valley, and ia the best orange land In Southern California. Commission paid to agents. Addre-s HENRY C. REGISTER, 125 W. First St.. or WICKS & WARD, 86 Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. d3O-3m 110 R SALE—ONE OF THE BEdT-PAYING ' 50-acre vineyards in Southern California, situated only 2 mileß west of tbe city limits on Washington st., in full bearing. The following statement is offered in evidence of this far t: "Having made an offer to Mrs. E. Deste, to pur chase the product of her vineyard at the Clen ega Ranch for the ensuing year at the rate of $15 per ton, the exoentes to be defrayed by myself, I wish to certify thst I was tempted to make this offer forthe reason that hergrapes, notwithstanding the fact that they are of the Mission variety, produoe a wine superior, for the taste, to any of the Zinfandel wines made in Southern California." Signed, BECONDO GUASTO. The above property ts for sale as a whole or in subdivisions of 1 to 5 acres, on easy terms by BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First street. 1 20 WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1889. TO EXCHANUE* TO EXCHANGE-BUSINESS CORNER FOR raueh or Eastern property. J. E. HOW. 8 N. Main. J»l2 lm*_ TO EXCHANGE—FINE 30 ROOM HOUSE and corner lot, close in, for acreage. Room 3, No. 7 N. Spring st. JaStf TO EXCHANGE-3 FINE HOUSES, CLOSE _L in, ior good Eastern property. Room 3. No. 7 N. Spring st. iastf ALLFORNIA AND EASTERN PROPERTY for exchange. McDONALD, room 8 Wilson Blook, corner of Spring and First sta. ]a22tf lilOR EXCHANGE—99BO EQUITY IN VERY 1 choice fruit laud for city property. JULIUS LYONS, room 7, Allen block, cor. of Spring and Temple. j6-tf TO EXCHANGE—4,OOO PIECES OF PROP erty. Houses, lots, business property, ranches, Eastern property, etc , >-tc. Call for anything you want. J. C. WILLMON, 128% W. First-st. jl-31t H7TLL TRADE 35 ACRES CHOICE GLEN II dale property, located oo proposer! line of Glcndale railroad, foot of mountain, with 60 shares of Verdugo Water Company. Magnifi cent soil, settlements all around. Will trade for oliy property at reasonable price per acre W. R. BURKE, 55 N. Spring st. dl 9 wcSisun tf BUSINESS CHANCES us™iii~^ni^c^ established and good paying paper and notion house. Call on BURCH BOaL, 3 S. Fort. jl-tf OR SALE—CHEAP, 2 GOOD BUSSES. DO -ing a good business, or will exchange ior unencumbered property or mortgages. Address No. 12 E. Fourth st. ]a! 9 7t IUSINEB3 CHANCE—AT 141 H. MAIN STTi ) soda fouutain, candy store and fixtures, fruit stand and groceries, etc.; will show in voices of original value, over $500; will sell for cash, $350. ja22 3* OR SALE—ONE OF THE BEST RETAIL cigar stores in I o' Artg<-les; first-class loca tion. Apply to BAKRETT & CO , cor. Los An geles and Commercial sts. ja23 3 FOR SALE—AT A GREAT SACRIFICE, A well paying saloon and lodgiug-house for $250; Btock aud fixtures worth twico that amount: rent $25, with long lease; location best in town; owner too sick to attend to busl ne«s. Enreka House, opp. S. P. Depot, Pomona, Cal. Jal9 7t A~~ SPECULATORS! — CHOICE business property at a sacrifice: for the next 10 days, 3 fine business lot. on San Pedro st., cor. li. Second, at $118 per front foot; also 3 choice residence lots on Oak and Maple sts., near Washington, at low prices, Forparticii lars call at 209 East Filth st. J. W. WIl 80N, agent. jals lm' FINANCIAL.. o^nrFTOToANltTsul^ ROBERT HARDIE.BI and 83 Temple Block 6¥EY~TO lAIANi~S SUMS TO SUIT. F. C. ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. ja2tf MONEY TO L«AN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78 Templ« block. 122tl ffiKflA 71717r TO LOAN — A J. VIELE, JroD'lUjUUll room 1, New Wilson Btiild iug, First and Spring. jalStf et\l\ i\f\(\ TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS 39u\/«"yvJ\y mortgages, 10 peroent.net. BYRAM & POINDEXTER. 19 W. First st. |s23tf TTitAWFORD & MciJKEEKY, ROOM 10, OVER \ Los Angeles National Bank. Loan ?50 to $50,000. Short terra loans a specialty. Buy notes, mortgages atd contracts. J2otf ONEY TO LOAN IN 80 MS '10 BUIT ON improved property »t current rates; lart;e sumsatcuirent rates. POMEROY & OATH 3, 113 Court st. jalßtf ONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST-OLAHS MORT* gages. Apply to JOHN MILNE it, agent for Balrour,Outhrie & Co..San Fraucisco.room 0, B.ikcr block. i«3 lm ANTED — LOAN OF $5,000 OR $0,000 on improved city property three times the value of the loan; high rate paid. Room 3. No. 7N. Spring st. ]astf ONEYTOIJd RENT, JoWThE Home Bnilding Association. Build your self a home and Dt\y for it on the installment plan. For information apply to M. C. WEST BROOK, S.cretary, room 87, Phillips block, Spring st. j°lo 6m EDGCATIONAIi. Los U Angeles Theatre building, room 10, Soring St., bet. Second and Third. ]a2O 14t LI HO RTH AND, TYPEWRITING. AND TKI.E ij graphy taught day and evening by compe tent Instructors. LONGLEY <fc WAGNER, 24 W. First St. J7tf PANIBH —THE~PU HE CASTIIIA N, TAUGHT by PROF. CARIO3 BRANBBY, a native Spaniard. Call at 347 8. Hill Bt., near Fifth. Jal2 lm* NIGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANGELES BUBINEBB Colleee and English Training School. 38, 40 and 42 S. Main St., near Second. D. B. WIL LIAMS. Prin. ]15tf ST. MATI'HEW'SHALL. SAN MATEO, CAL. A church School for boys, under military discipline; twenty third year; prepares for col lege or for business. Send for catalogue. RIV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A., Principal. ja!9tf LOS ANHELEB BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 8. Main Bt., near S.trona. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMB. Prln. dSOt HE LOT ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Music, No. 406 8. Main st. Complete course either in music, art, language or eloou tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President. SIG. a] FARINI'S MUSICAL STUDIO, No. 151 S. Hill st. Pupils prepared for the operatic and concert stage; also oratorio. Class lesßons of three and four at reasonable rates. Reception hours, 2 to 3 r. v. daily. d2l tf rrrooDßUßY's business college SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 Sonth Spring Street, Los Angeles, Col SESSIONS DAY AND KVENINO. For particulars, call at office or address. s2O-ly F. C. WOODBURY, Principal. excursions. !i monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansaß City and Chicago. FREE sleeping accommoda tions going East. For loweßt rates, etc., apply to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring St., Los An geles j!2tf DENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK Island route excursions will leave Los Angeles overy Tuesday. Tourist sleeping cars elegantly equipped, free of charge. Call or ad dres, F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring St. Ja 3-ti REE EXCURSIONS—THROUGH CARS TO Chicago. Only one change to Boston. Con ductors and porters accompany all parties. Leave Los Angeles January 10th and 24tn, February 7th and 21st, March 7th and 21st A. PHILLIPS 4iCO., 44 N. Springst., Los An. gelee, CaL iVT-Vt SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH excursions to New York, Boston and Phila delphia. Elegant now tourist cars with lad es' dressing room and lavatory; stoves with im proved heaters for making tea and coffee; com plete equipment of cushions, bedding.curtains, etc,; uniformed colored porterß; 8. P. Co.'s party conductors go through to New Orleans, thence to Boston and Philadelphia. But on" change of cars (in Union Depot) at New Orleans. The Bunset and Queen and Crescent Route through the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir lnlngham, Cnattanooga, Cincinnati, etc. Quick time, direct connections. Excursions leave Los Angelos December 10th and 30th 1888,; January 13ti, February 3d and 17th; March 3d, 17th and 31st: April 14th; Mnv 6th and 19th, 1889. For further particulars call on or wite any of the agenciOß of the SOUTHERN PACIFC COMPANY In Southern California, or C. F. SMU RK, Assistant General Passenger Agent fcouthorn Psciflo Company, No. 202 N. Main st.. Los Angeles, Oal. Jl3 5m PATENTS. HAZARD & TOWNSEND (H. T. HAZARD and James R. Townsend), solicitors of pat ents and attorneys in patent cases; patents se cured in all countries; copyrights, trade marks and labels. Room 9, Downey block, I-os An geles, Csl. jalOtf ALLOPATHIBTS* DR. J. W. REESE, HEALTH OFFICER, NO 7N. Spring St Telephone 605. d26-tf. i _arc ~ W R.NORTON, ARCHITECT,3B 8. SPRING .st. j 12tf CHAB. W. DAVIS, ARCHITECT. ROOMB 3 and 4, Downey block, Los Augeles. j22tf G1 EO. F. COSTEKISAN, ARCHITECT, ROOMS T 21. 22. 23 8. Soring St. Los Angeles. jl2tf BLACK MAN & WILSON, Architects, 11 West First street, Jas lm Los Angeles, Cal. ATTORNEYS. SV. LANDtT^^TORNEY • or-at-Law. Office, over Los Angeles Na tional Bank, cor. First and Spring sts. Jalltf ALLEN & MILLER, OFFICEsT 26 AND 27, Bryson-Bonebrake Block, northwest corner Second aud Spring streets. jalOtf EI.LB, GUTHRIE A LEE (G. WILEY Wells, F. B. Guthrie, p.riduer W. Lee) Attorneys and Coungellors-at-Law, rooms 11 to 18, Baker blcck, Los Angeles. Cal. ja6-lf H. K. H. O'MELVSNY. W. F. HKNNIMQ. OMELVENY A HENNING, ATIORNEY3-AT- Law, rooms 7 and 8, University Bank build ing. New High St., Los Angeles. ja9tf ALTER ROSeTaTTORNEY, ROOM 0 AL len block,cor. Spring and Temple sts jalltf B. HOTCHKIr-S, ATTORNEY, ROOMB~B . and 9. Safe Deposit building, cor. New High and Temple sts. Jl7tf (IHASK i FORRESTER, EXAMINERS OF J Titles and Abhtractors, Room 35 and 36, Phillips' block. No. 1. j5-tf REED A HEATH, OFFICE, ROOMS 28 AND 29, Brj SOh-Bcnebrtke block. All business will receive careful and prompt attention. Divorce ob'ained without unnecessary public ity; collections msde; probate business solic ited. jalltf RKRIILAR PHYSICIANS. DR. children. 28 8. Spring. Telephone 907. DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIBT Office 25 North Main St Office Honrs, 9a. m. to 4 r. m. jltf-dAw EA. DE CAILHOL, M. D.—AT HIB SANI • tarium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone 891. jl-tf TIR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN BIS- U ters' Hospital: 7'A N. Main st., rooms 1, 2 and 3. d 27 tf e7~CLACIUB, M. D.. OFFICE, NO. 75 N ■ Spring St., rooms 33 and 34. Honrs from 11a.m. to 2 f. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases and chronic diseases in general. i)24rf R. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR iBt, 107 S Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los Angelos. Office hours, 9a. m. to 12 m. ami 2to 4 p. M. d24tf RB. DR. J. M. SMITH (FORMERLY IMR3. 0, E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Beiievue aye. Ladic-s cared for during confinement. Midwifery a specialty. d2B-6m R. WEST HUGHES, FORMER "RESIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur gery (including genito-urinary diseases) and diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. Spring st. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. d24tf HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D., M. C P. 8. 0 a Special attention given to all head, throat and chest diseases, including the eye, ear and heart. Compound oxygen, nitrous oxide and the inhalation used in all cases of lung disease. Office Hollenbeck Block, corner Second and Spring sts., Los Angeles Cal. Jal EBECCA LEE BORfIEY, M D., OFFICE, NO. V,i N. Main St., rooms 8 and 9. Special at tention paid to obstetrics, gynecology, diseases of chest and throat and children s diseases. Office hours, 9 to 11 A. x. and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. if. Telepnone, No. 513. N lght calls prompt y answered. d24tf HJENTiSTS. DR. R. G. CUNNINGHAM, 25 NORTH MAIN St., McDonald block. jls-tf DR. W. H. MASBER HAS REOPENED HIB dental office in rooms 1 aud 2, California Bank bnilding, oor. Second and Fort its. d3O-tf DENTAL WORK done in all branches at reasonable rates by DR. C. H. PARKER, rooms 0 and Spring st. Ja2 lm DENTAL INSTITUTE, COR. SPRING AND Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill ing, $1.00; amalgam filling, 50c; extracting, 25c. A regular graduate in constant attend ance. Jn2l tf ' 1882 —BSTAULIBHBD —1882. DR. L. W. WELLS, DENTIST, 23 8. SPRING st. Filling teeth painless and gold work a specialty. Teeth extracted, with liquid gas, only safe and reliable anesthetic in use for the painless extraction of teeth. j4lom A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING O. street, Rooms 4 and 5, Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver fillings, SI. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Toeth extracted without gas or air, 50 centa Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By our new method of making teeth, a misfit la impossible. All work guaranteed. We make a specialty of extracting teeth with out pain. Office Honrs from Ba. m., to sp. h. Sundays from 10 A. m. to 12 m. Night calls answered office 18-t.f HOMEOPATH ISTN. EA. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE AND REBI . dence, 24 8. Spring st Honrs 1 to 4 r.v. Telephone 353. Jl4 RS. BEACir*BOTNTON. OFFICE. 37 N. Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, 8 to 12 M., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. H. Dr. Bsynton's residence, 735 Olive Bt_ Jal9tf ISAAOIPELLOWB, M. D.—HOMEOP ATHIBT Office Hours—ll to 12 A. K„ 2to 5 P. St., Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Bnilding, Los Angeles, Cal. Residence 408 Booth Main street ]9-tf. 8. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMOSPATHIBT. , Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson block, cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, S3B 8. Pearl st Office hours, 11 a. m. to 3p. m. Telephone Nos.: Office 597; residence 577. d24tf SPECIALISTS. M~ . uok< and throat diseases a HH'-SrlgPN clalty; 23 years' experience. RantalJOßfev Ana, CaL _ n!7 2m* R. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF Wo men a specialty. Dr. Smith has the exclu sive use of the Brinkerhoff patnless system of treatment for rectal diseases of L. A. city and county. Office, cor. Main and Seventh sts., Bo hart« block. d24tf^ HOMES. Finest Quality of Fruit Lands, NEAII EOS ANUEEEB, AT REASONABLE PRICE 3 AND ON LIBER AL TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS. Eight thousand acres now subdivided (17,00 acres in all) in San Fernando Valley, from 8 t 12 miles from the Plaza, into 5,10,12 snd 40 acre tracts, ranging from $25 to $150 per acre, and on such liberal terms that any one can own a home. A frnitful soil, easily cultivated; a healthy and dclightfnl climate; excellent schools and churches; two railroads. With Los Angeles markets ior everything raised on the farm, these lands offer inducements to settlers that cannot he duplicated. Also, a Btock Range of 1.25S acres, only four miles from city limits, at a vory low figure. Can be subdivided into two or three ranges. For maps, prices and terms apply to PBOVIDENCIA LAND WATER AND DEVEL OPMENT COMPAY, . Rooms 8 and 9, Bryson & Bonebrake Block. Jail 3m Garey's Nursery FRUIT TREES and ORNAMENTAL SHRUBBERY, TREEB, ROBES, FLOWERS, PLANTS AND GENERAL NURSERY STOCK, 43-4.-, f3, nit.h Main Street. ja23lm ANDREW T. GAREY, Proprietor L. A . FISHING CO., Stalls 0,11 13,16,18,80 Molt market jal lm FRED HANIMAN, Propriety AROUND THE TOWN. The Great Telescope for Wilson's Peak. SCIENTISTS VISIT THAT POIKT. What Does the Great Influx of Tramps to the Couuty Jail Mean? Mr. Alvan G. Clark, accompanied by Professor Pickering, left for Pasadena yesterday in charge of Mr, E. F. hpence. The party will, during the next three days, visit Wilson's Peak, where the astronomers will make a careful scrutiny as to the adaptability of that place for the mammoth telescope, and also as to whether it is suited for philosophi cal purposes. They will return about the end of the week, and if everything is satisfactory, there is little doubt that a deal will be made and Mr. Clark will re ceive the order for the immense lens. As stated in the Herald the other day the work cannot, under the most favora ble circumstances, be completed inside ot live years, and in all probability Mr. Clark will do the work of forming the glass here. WHAT DOKS IT MEAN? Where Do All the Tramps Come From? There has been the moat astonishing boom in the tramp business of late that has ever blessed a community. If the county constables "keep up their licks" for a year or so the whole population will be in jail by the end of the period. The "vagrants" now lodged in the County Jail are loud In their complaints, and allege that a gross injustice is being practiced by the "limbs of the law" in the outlying districts; and it is further alleged that the learned and honest jus tices who preside over the courts and hold up the scales of tbe goddess with scales over her eyes, are quite as much in earnest as the constables in putting every man in jail who appears on the high road to look for work, and has not a well-lined purse in his pockets. One day last week no less than twenty three unfortunates were lodged in the County Jail, a large number of whom fell under the ban of the law as tramps or vagrants. Some days as many as ten persons are rushed into jail from one re mote township of the county for the ter rible ofTense of not having a bank ac count. So exceedingly in earnest are the gentlemen who wear—in their mind's eye—the Bootless ermine that it is al leged they hold court on Sunday in order to dispa'ch this necessary business of getting men to jail for the crime of not being rich. Now it is notorious that the justices and constables of this State have for years reaped a golden and Pactolean harvest in the fees of their office. Last year these officials cost the county $52, --000, or $1,000 a week for attending to the criminal business of the community. So flagrant was this affair that two years ago, when the Legislature was in session, Hon. S. M. White introduced a bill changing the County Govern ment bill so that this wholesale robbery—as it appeared to the people —might be stopped. By the terms of this new law no justice of the peace, nor constable is allowed to draw more than $1,000 in any one year for fees, mileage, etc ,in criminal cases. Now here is whereby bangs the tale. There are not wanting those who are so unkind as to think that the active "limbs of the law" and their compatriots, the justices who are perpetrating this outrage are really actuated by an earnest desire to defeat the ends of justice in their own persons. For example, it would be a very fine scheme, "the finest ever conceived in the mind of mobsman," as they have it in the comic opera, Erminie, to rush in enough cases in the first month of the year to enable those who "are in the game" to draw their $1,000 for one month's service and then re sign. The law passed two years ago did not go into effect before tbe 7th day of the present month, and all this activity on the part of the constables from Milpitas, Hog Hollow, Red Dog Gulch and other outlying townships has been developed since the new batch went into officii. These are the allegations which are being made. What does it all mean? SACRAMENTO GOSSIP. What Is [Going on In the State Capital. Special Correspondence to tho Herald.] Sacramento, January 21, 1889. By strict attention to business and hard work the Senate has, during the I past week, fully redeemed itself for the 1 valuable time it wasted during the open ing days of the session. Few measures of the large number which have been presented for consideration have been allowed to hang fire, but have been dis posed of, in some manner, so speedily as to make the heads of their authors swim. Aside from the bill providing for the ap pointment of the Supreme Court Com missioners and the concurrent resolution memorializing Congress on the Scott Exclusion act, no question has yet been sprung in the Senate which has precipi tated any general or lengthy debate. Exception is to be made, of course, in the matter of the Oakland charter dis cussion, which was both general and prolonged, nearly every Senator on the floor taking a more or less active part in it. Prior to the introduction of the charter resolution it became noised abroad that a "sack" of immense size was to play no unimportant part in the struggle; and, as it was late in material izing, the boodle members staved off final action until the very latest moment in the hope of "getting in." A strong fight was made by the faction which had not been "seen," assisted by others who were strictly conscientious in the matter, to have tbe resolution referred to the Judiciary Committee, where -it might have remained till doomsday. This move was defeated, however, after a stubborn oratorical conflict and the char ter went through, as its friends say, in s gallop. The Los Angeles Charter will meet with more opposition, though it is con FIVE CENTS. ceded to bo a far less vicious meas ure. It has already been consigned to the tender mercies of an Assem bly committee and no one knows when it will again see the light of day. It is said that the Oakland Charter will be treated in a similar manner by the lower House, and that the emergence of tho twin documents from the seclusion of the committee room will depend solely upon the "influence" brought to bear to that end. I have intimated that the Los Angeles Charter is considered by thoughtful and upright legislators as being less vicious in its provisions than the one submitted by the Oaklanders. This assertion is not intended to convey the impression that it is believed to be wholly a virtuous measure. It is deemed by such men as Stephen M. White to be excessively faulty in many ways, but to furnish on the whole a code municipal law far su perior to that under which the city is now working. Numerous objec tions are being urged against it, notably the provisions relat ing to tho redisricting of the city, the street improvement and sewerage contracts, and the funding of the city's indebtedness. Many of these sections are held to be in direct confliot with the State law. In spite of these objections, the Los Angeles Charter, when considered in comparison with that of Oakland, is con ceded to be a model of justice, equity and equality. In a legislature less given to jobs, trades, combines and boodle in fluences, the Oakland Charter would be forever buried from mortal view. It is vicious on its face, and every section of it teems with political trickery and crook edness. The disgraceful manner in which it was railroaded through the Sen ate, its friends violently warring against its reference to a committee competent to pass on its constitutionality, is enough to brand it as a high-banded and audacious piece of political roguery seldom equalled by legislative corrupt tionists.' While all this is true, many honorable men from all sections of the State are voting and working for the passage of this Charter for the simple reason that they stand in need of the support of the Oaklanders when measures of their own come up for consideration. Armed with an editorial taken from a recent issue of the Herald, I have inter viewed no less than a score of Assem blymen and Senators for the purpose of discovering the reason, if any existed, for the glaring partiality shown in the distribution of committee patronage, to the detriment of the southern section of the State. In such isolated instances as I was able to obtain anything like pertin ent replies to the quesiions asked, the impression seems to prevail that the counties mentioned in the editorial comprise an unimportant section in an out-of-the-way neck of the vineyard, hav ing very meagre claims to such consider ation as is vouchsafed to the "glor ious" northern and central countiep. In many cases I found the grossest ignor ance among California's law-makers as to the actual relative importance of the couth to the north. Ia other and more numerous instances there prevails a bull headed, baboonish determination not to recognize tbe facts as they exist. I was at pains to gather together a large string of statistical facts and figures setting forth the growing prosperity and Im portance of the southern counties. These I submitted together with the editorial referred to, and asked how the action of the Assembly in the formation of its im portant committees was to be reconciled to it. But, as few more intelligible rea sons were to be obtained than : "Don't know nuthin' 'bout it," and "Guess the south aint no good to Buck,"l abandoned the field in disgust. The Sunday's issue of the Los Angeles Timet reached Sacramento to-day and copies have been freely distributed among Senators and Assemblymen with the article on the Tribune trouble marked in blue pencil. This has precipi tated a great deal of quiet discussion, especially in the Senate, as that bcdy will shortly be called upon to endorse the Governor's nomination of Col. H. H. Boyce to be Brigadier-General in the National Guard of California. The mutual animosity between H. G. Otis of the Timet and Colonel H. H. Boyce of the Tribune has been so long lived and bitter that there seems to be few newspaper readers in the State who are not more or less familiar with the causes of it. It is surprising to learn how well posted the people are, even from the extreme northern sections of the State on the details of this notorious personal quarrel. On the 23d instant, therefore, when the Governor's nominations are to be submitted to the Senate for confirmation, a lively time is expected, as the friends of both the Los Angeles journalists are expected to be here in force. It is difficult to obtain in dividual legislative opinion as to the probable outcome of the matter, but the indications thus far seem to justify the conclusion that Colonel Boyce's nomin ation will be confirmed. K. A. P. Fell from v Building;. A man by the name of Rameey fell off a new building at 152 East First street yesterday afternoon, breaking his left leg and receiving a number of other minor injuries, painful but not dangerous. He was taken to the police station. Dr. Choate was telephoned for, but as he was absent considerable difficulty was expe rienced in obtaining medical attendance for him. There appears to be no very definite understanding at the station as to what is to be dene in the event of the absence of the police surgeon. Struck Hla Son. The young son of Frank Toal, who has been in State Prison for an assault on his wife, and who was pardoned some time since, appeared at the Police Station witli a cut on the left side of his face. 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