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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VuL. XXXI.—NO. 10. AIrHJNEITIENTS. ."I RAND OPBKA HOUSB. VT H. 0. Wyatt, Lessej and Manager. WEEK OF FEBRUARY 11th,. 1839. Engagement of the Popular Comedian, hie. jo». k. r. ,*i ift kt, In hit Comedy Creation— OUR F X 1 T 7. I Pnpportod by an excellent Dramatic Company. Mr. Emmet will introduce hie original songs and dances: also the new!'' purchased #5,0'J0 Prize Dog, PI.INI.IMMON. the largest and hand somest bt. Bernard dog in tbe world. Prices—2se , 50e, 7.5 c and $1. fOtd i i RAND OPERA HOUSE. V H. C. Wyatt. Lessee and Manager. COMMENCING MONDAY. FEBRUARY 4. Engagement of the Peerless CABLETON OPERA COMPANY i W. T. CARLETON. 00 ASSOCIATE ARTISTS 60 Presenting the following biilHaut repertoire: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday Matinee, The late-at stieee-slul operetta novelty, ltll'\lli;i.B JAN ! Tuesday aud Thursday, Strauss' Masterpiece. IU 1.1."5-S l.il L lIA.MIhI ' - « 1111.l ! Friday, I Saturday, ERMINIE! I NAN ON ! GORGEOUS COS TO MEM GRAND CUORUS! Prices—sl 50, 81.00, 75tt., 50c. and 250. Seats ou sal i Thursday morning LOS ANGELES THEATRE. H. C. W tatt, Lessee and Manager, f Owing to the brll iant success of the popular CARLETON OPERA COMPANY i They will appear at this tbe'ter, SUNDAY, MONDAY AND 'lUEBDAY. PRESENTING Sunday, Feb. 10th, Carlttou's famous M I R A I> o | Moudny.Feb.llth, Alfred Cellier's musical gem, D O II is TUV ! Tuesday, Feb. 12th, by special request, E H M. 1 N 1 E ! W. T. CARLETON 60 ASSOCIATE AR'IUTS 60 Grand Churches! Gorgeous Costumos! Scats now on sale. 17 LOS ANGE ES THEATER. H. C. Wyatt, Ltsiec and Manager. 4 NIGHTS, COMMENCING FEBRUARY 13. AND SATURDAY MATINiE, Tl st appearance of the ROYCE At LANSINU . .VIISICAI. IO.YIEDIt COMPANY. . —WE HAVE — Tho Funnlcstof Comedians! The Brightest of Eonbrettesl A full Mandolin Orchestral The Spanish Troubadoursl Vocal and Ocarina Quartets! Guitar, Zither and Banjo Players! Mnsic, Comeuy, Bnrletque and opera. POPULAR PRICES-Evening Prices: 25c, SOc. and 75c. Matinee Prices: 25c. sndDoo Seats now on sale at box offwo. 17td LOS ANGELES THEATER. H. C. Wtatt, Lessee and Manager. 3 SIGHTS ONLY—FEB. 7th, Bth AND Bth. Saturday SI nine. FCN ON THE BRISTOL ! Harris and E lcry. Managers. 150-LA.UGHS IN 150 MINUTES—ISO Harry Connors as Widow O'Brien. Wm oourtrigut as the Steward. Also Will. n. aut'tor and eomnoser of "Papa's Baby Boy," and a strong company. Dont Miss tho Great Steamboat Scene. M«n»gar Wyatt's Popular Prices—2sc., 50c. sad 75c; Matinee prices only 25c. and 50c. f3td rjpUttNVEKJfiII^HALL. GUANO MASQUE BABE BALL I —GIVEN BT TUB— TORNVEKEIN GERMAKIA, At their Hall, SATURDAY, FEBRSARY 9. HANDSOME PRIZES TO BE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS: Bett Lady Character. Bent Gent Character. Handsomest Lady's Costume. Handsomest Gent's Costume. Best Group. Tickets can be obtained of the Committee- Mask tickets, OOc. each; bpcetators, $1. Committee—J. Kuhrts, SW. Fiist: Leopold Winter, Cracki-r Factory; Adolph Feld.< h»u, 0 N Main: A Fuhrberg. 207 C< mmc rcisl; J ho Zens, 32 N. Lo< Angeles; Hans Forsler, Faust Saloon, N. Main: Tb. KroeMlnger, 14 Keqjienii; J. P. Krempel, Phillips' block, rooms o3 51; A. Llndenf-d, cor. Tbird aid Main: Cans. Sanimau, SE cor Second and Spring; Chaß H. Voelker, 47 WiimiLgiou; iheo. Fiiese, Tura- Holl Saloon Masquerade suits can be hod of Mrs. Corona do Weins, No 30 N. Main et. RULES. No. I—Every person will be required to raise their masks sl the request of the committee, OP euteriug tho hall. No. 2—No gentleman allowed In a female character No 3-Tbe committee will h .ye the right to refuse ad'fit ance to Ln proper characters. No 4—After unmasking, gentlemen will be required io lay all arms a-lde. No. ft—Bp. ctators will not be allowed on the flnor uutll alter unmasktug 15 5t (CALIFORNIA DIMr; MUSEUM & I'HEaTER j North Main street, near First. Doyli <& Isaacs Proprietors. THE POPULAR FATIILY RESOK WI "A smile through tears is the rainbow of peace." Week Commencing Sattjbday, Fedruaby 9. Mdseuu-C G Lawler. Tittoed Caucasian; Slg. 1 oteuzo. Great Eqnillbiist; Sancho, pneu omenal Dog; Prof. Geo M .dden. Clever Ma 6ician; punch aud Judy, tho children's De ght, eto. Theater-Taylor Jabmes, Banjoist and Vo calißt; Mons. Ravella, Japauese Juggler; Fox BOB., Grotetqne Comedians; Eurre 1 & Rhine hart, i lever Comiunea; Miss Daisy Brooks, Sing Lg Boubrette: Tommy Adims, Qaoint Char acter Artist, etc. Doors open from 10 A. M. to 10 p. M. Admission. 10c Reserved seats 10c- extra. J7IIFTH ANNUAL MEKiING —er th»— :LOS AN4iEI.ES ATHLETIC CLUB: AT PROSPECT PARK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22d, AT 2 P. M. Washington's Birthday. Foot Races, Bicycle Races, Tugs-of-War, Jumping, Etc. Addicts all communications to J. 8. THAYER. 47 8. Spring street. i3td FREE KNTKttTAINMKNT AND CONCERT. VIE N NA oil FFGT, Corner Main and Requeue streets. Every Evenins and Sunday afternoon. CELEBRATED HUNGARIAN SOLOISTS. Fino Huugarlan Kitchen In connection. SACRED CONCERT every Sunday Afternoon st Washington Garden, ]a2-tf AMUSEMENT*. GaTidXnoT™ UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. OPEN EVERY DAY. SACRED CONCERT every Sunday afternoon Iroin 9 to 5, by tho celouraiod lluugariau Or chestra. After Consort, a SOCIAL DANCE will be given. Ccmo and see tbe Ostriches, and at the same timo bear some r.onl-stlrrliig music- Admission, 15 cents; Children, accompanied by parents. 10 cents. Good order maintained. }_,\ll f W A.I'I'M, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD- V6rtlsements under the following beads i nserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each -nte-rHon FCftE •<■»«, NOTICE! Hit MEM BERS.OF gTunTl"eT LUUGK^NO. 139, K. of P.. are request :d to meet at Castle Ilsll 34 8. Smlng st., at 1 p. M. sharp, Sunday, February 10th, for the purpose of a tending the funeral of Bro. J. B. McKetizlo. Funeral irom Trinity M. K. t'hneh, at 2 r. K. An invitatiou is extended to all members of the order. H. A. BOURNE, C C. _f9 2* J. W. REED. K. ofR. <5t S. MEMBERS OK LOS" ANGELES - LODGE, NO. 35.1 0.0. F.are requested to meet atOdd felows' Hall, N. Spring st., on Saturday, Fob tuary nth, at 1:30 p.m. sharp, to attend the fuueral of Bro. Andrew Jockins. Visiting brothers and members of tho order cordially in vited. E 0. BR ATT, N. G. GEO. A. MONTGOMERY', R. S. Los Angeics, February 7 1880. f8 2t '.llKEjriN<|* NOTICES^ £J FECIAL NOTICE—ALL MEMBERS OF V O M. 1, Nos. 14 and 36, will meet at their hall on N. Main st. .Sunday alternoon, February 10th, at 1 o'clock sharp to participate In lay ing the corner-stone of "8 cred Heart Church," Eust l.os Augeles. Visiting memb rs of other Institutes are cordially Invit d. By order JOUNL. McCOk, ff) 2t Grand Mars' al. SPECIAL t-OCIEIIES aud all Cut nones who desire to participate In laying the corner-stone of ''Sacred He-art Church," East Lot Augeles, Sunday afternoon, will meet at the "Old Church Pl-za" at 1:30 By order of JOHN L. Mc OY, Grand Marshal. tost MEMBERS OF Dt- O vis on No. 1, A. O U., will pit ase as-emblo at their hail Suuday afternoon at 1:30 sharp to patticipate in laying the corner-atone of the Sacred Heart'"hiich, E.st l.os Angeles Visit fug brothers cordially invited. By order, JoliN L UcCOY, Grind Marshal. ff> 2t THK ANNUAL MEETING OF THK STOCK holders of tho Ventura Oil Co. will be held »t the office of the onmpany, 324 S. Hill n„ on Wednesday, February 20th, st 1 o'clock p.m., for the pun ose of electing a board of directors to serve during the eusuiug year, and the trans acti' n of sti'ih otl.er business aa niav come be f. re themee-iing. LC PIRRSON. Secy. fS Bt I'&KMO.tAI.. MRKD 8 KKRBEY. I AT* OF POMONA, 1? write t> Edwd North Newhall and learn tomethirg to yonr advant-iße. 12 7t wslyl MBS. PARKER, BIT* NEW MEDIUM ill clairvoyant. 28 B, Spring, room 15. j29-tf T7i voi«7ii : ~AN (Trim in ai. "la w anpeoT 1 f ulty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMH, At torney, 11 Temple s*reet. Room 10-12. j 29-tf /TORDAN BROS .0F22 S. SPRING ST.. ARE VT m ikli'g the cheap-st c othes In the city, in order to make room for their comiugsprlngand Kiimrrer goods 12 lm TELK- O graph gives "dviceon health, business mat ter a il all niTairsof Hfe; three questions on any subject, SI; satisfaction or no pay. s Soring-.. fS» 3* r l~uis su"h le Ting ER, from san Francisco, t! c celebrated test and healing medium; also publisher of the Carrier Dove, has arrived, nnd may be found at the St. Elmo Hotel, where be will give tests and sitings for he linz daily. Rnom«3and4. '!) 2* i »«. I M bM MR sTIeIJ^E~iia7MK.D I Um7iTN. BUNKER Hill aye. Hours: oa. M.t06:30r.X. j27-lm* r¥. dr flTen«'H, "the"" renowned fotune-tel er. This woman t-ils wonder fa vhlngs, at 17 W. First st, rom 20. 18 8* To stock « ange, ld.ooo acr.-s: well watered $1,200 per anunm. R W POINDEXTER. 19 W. First st. j2O-lm LANS COT tag»s,slo; for 8-room houses. $15. J FRIED LAN FEB., architect, 23 N Springst, 524 12m EVE LO t'MEN T OF LA No—l AM PRE psred to clear and p'nw land in Antelope Valloy on the most reasonable terms. J,\MhS B. ALLEN. Rosimoud, Cal jn29 lm* t| RS. ALL CHRONIC DIS i?l caes: cures use of tobacco in any for m, liquor or opium; cure of tobacco guaranteed or no pay; Mttiugs daily. No 300 S. Main St. ja2B lm* OLuTTbTa LOAN -Nil BUILDING ASSO ci tinn—Shares of the second s. ries, which have just been opened, an-now for sale. Ap ply for information A WILLHARTITZ. secre tary, room 12, Liehtenberger block, No. 714 N. Main st ]«11 lm R-t. E InELAND WOULD RESPECT* fuI'y annmnce that she has secured the aeencv for ho Sennits German Compounds and has prepared herself to g ye instructions in the celebrated Sniine uape'nc Bath aud Tripsls Treatment of the Hair, and will give employ mint to 100 ladies ai d gentlemen. A cordial Invitation is given to the 6ick and those wish ing their hair cleaned or le ovated io call at once and try the new metho's Offlo a —Room 15. over postolHee. Oflice hoars, Tom 2 to 9 p m. 18 Im* I.ON I I- I 'Hit. "TmuUND— A BMvLL RED IRISH SETTER t" (female). Owner apply nt this oflice. f9 2t G. F. HATTON. S~fRAYS.D JOQUIN AND ¥lTT man'l nas'nre. lrnu gr y colt. Liberal reward paid by rata n'ug-o JOQUIN & PITT MAN, or R. ZELLNER, Jr , No 34 N. Spring st. "55* 10-sT — A KINO, SOLITAIRE DIAMOND, I near Grand Onera House, nn February l»t. bout 0:!l(i p. v Kinder will be rewarded by rernrnitu'it to ihe II <mt,n off-re. f2 Tilt W » N • El» 81 < I) ATIOSISI—rHBALM. VV or lo do sewing at a dressmaker's. Ad tress J. 8., Herald offlee. 19 It ANTED — BITU • I lON - BY A GERMAN »nr. to do general housework. Inquire al 101 n st. i 8 3» w iNTtip site yv\ «» —^!lAiiUx~~ BY A MIDDLE aveo Herman to take ea'p ot horseH. cows a 'd ga'den: also mat' li mvcif geuer lly use. Tul about place Address "Gardei er," box 100, tli's oflice. '0 2* WAN Til I^IMMC^ELEAt^ WAN IED-PIOTUitE; Tt> IKAMK. C HEAP ost n'aon at HURmu' 231 8 Springs* *«>•« KKa i -Hitlixiiia. TjlOR RENT 1 — CHEAP HOUSES IN AIL P parts of tho city by C. a. SUMNER & iy>., 54 N. Msin st. Ja29 lm OR RENT—SIB, WITH WATER, NICE 4 room house cio-ets, pantry, screens, stable, 2 lota; cor. Grand aye. and King st. IS 2* FOR RENT—NICE 8-ROOM 2-STORY REBl deuce, all nevely furnished, ou clean side ol slower St., by WESLEY CLARK, 120 N. Main. f9 3» ratiß RENT—HOUBEB IN ALL PARTS OF r the city; a long list; you can examine froe L. A. Rent..l Agency, 1 N. Fort st. J. C. FLOURNOY', Secretary. }27-lm OR BENT — NEW 6 ROOM COTTAGE +17 50; 4-room house, if! i; 3 rooms and bab, $15; 2 rooms, 810, ail water paid. BY> RaM <& POINDBX.Eft.I9W. First tt la3o lm V.OR RENT—NICE NEW RErIDKNCE, NINE p ro' ms, bath, hot and cold water, fire places, nln=ets,etc., one Mock of street cars. Rent, $25 per month Cheapest in the city, at No. 7 N Spring St., room 3 ja2o-tf F _ "o"R"RKNT-WIIY r PAY RENT. WHEN S3O per month will pay principal and interest >v will locat d cott ges? We have 3 new ium«es for sale on these terms: only $150 cash equt'ed. BYRAM * POINDHXTER, 19 W. Firs' «t. fsSeSaaaa AND B'ORESIN H all. estrab'e locations by C. A. SUMNER & CO., ft 4 N. Mainst j»29 QtOR RENT—STORE* ON MAIN, SPRING, C Fort, nnd other streets; hotels, apartments, houses, etc. A. L. TEELE, comer Second and, Fort sts. SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 9, 1889. FOR RENT- -ROOIVIS. OASTA MONICA-FOX CLKAK>CNNY FUK C 5 nisbed rooms apply to MRS. MARY BOEHME, Ocean aye., next to "Tho Lawrence." foil Emir rent—nicely furnished rooms, close in, a: No 417 Wall st , near Fourth: also excellent table basrd. f« 10" JWt. RENT AND FURNITURE FOR SaLE -7 rooms, furn'ahed conveniently for light housekeeping; cheap. 355 8. Spriug St., near Filth. Call between 2 and 4. f7 8* Mil RENT—NT »HEN AND ROOIIIN. I "OR RENT — THA* NICE STORR. LOW rent,No.263S Springst. Apply WM MC LEAN. 2 doors north. IStf I/»OR RENT—STOKES AND OFFICES AT . reduced rates I. A. Rental Agency, 1 N Forts' J. <!. FLOITROY, Secretary, j'27-lm FO R P.ENT-STOKft* ON MAINTsPBJNQ. Fort and other streets; hotels, apartments, bouses, etc. A. L. TEELE, cor. Second a»u Forta's. Jals FOR RENT—FINE COK.NER STORE ON Main st; good stand; $60 per month: or one-half for $30; cheapest rent iv city. PICK IT St KELLEY, 302 N. Main St. 15 7* E~iOB7 RENT- -PART OF STORE ON SPRING St.: very ties rahlc location. Apply at the LOB ANGELAS OPTICAL INSTITUTE, 133 8. stpring st. ffttf VO B lAI.B. ' ■ _ IjlOR BALE-2 CARLOADS OF MILK COWS 1 Irom lowa, just arrived: can bo seen one half Mil, south of Washington Gardens, on Main st. For information inquire of M. D. Johnson, at California Bank. JOHNSON & SOU EE. f7 3* •■or*. MAJLIS—City Properly. V residences on Figueroa St.; parties leaving t -wn. Address P. O. box 2642. f9 3t FOR~S~ALE^A TbEATITIFUL 6-ROOM HOUSE all modern improvements; best bargain in tbectty; owner leaving the country. Call at 240 Morris tt. 10 5* lilOR BALE-525 CASH AND SlO PKR MONTH ! buys a lot on horse car line; 30 minutes from center of city; prices $290 to *500; pure water free: cheaper than rent A. L. TEELE, s;;ent. Second aud Fort sts. Ja 2tf TjlOR BALB-BASY INSTALMENTS, WILL J. take trade for small poition: new 6-room house, $1800; 4-room house, $1750; 5 room bouse, $1750; all well located: *20 per month and interest. BYRAM St POINDEXTER, 19 W. Fit-cr st,. jaSOlm S'Oa« k>li«~nwnnir) I'rouerty. FOR BALK—I6O ACRES OF CHOICE LAND 3 miles Bouth of Cueamonga at your owu price. SIG. WOLFF, 210 N. Main St. j26t[ FOR BALK-¥IN ii GRAZ .NU LAN Us IN VEN tura county, well watered aud easy of ac cces. $5 to $12 50 per acr». in tracts to suit. R W. POINDEXTER, 19 W. First st, Los An geles. ja3o lm SALE—I4O ACRES FINEST TIFALFA 1 land on W>tshingt<tn b t , four miles west of city limits; pays $200 per month 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 Vie withdrawn fn msale. BY'RAM ft PC.IN.IF.XTER. 19 W. First st. jalO-lm FOU SA LE—SMALL FARMS, iomilesfrom Los Angeles, 1 aud 2 miles from railroati sta tion, 3 miles from Inglewood; laud all sown to barley; 5,10,20 acres or more if desired; we have 480 a/res of this lend for sale, in tracts to suit, and ou very easy terms; prices from rft'O to $200 per acre; we know of no other land of this quality that can be houvht iv thai neighborhood for any such nrices. For full par ticulars inquire of BYRAM At POINDEXTER, 19 W. First et. 17 lm THE JORDPA LAND AND WATER oOM pany offers a six thousand acre tract; wLI fee.l in forty acres iota; situated three miles noith west from Rowell Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with a go :d witter right of one miner's inch of water to every aud one half acres of laud, for the extremely low pri-o oi one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125) per acre. One-quar ter down and balance to solt buyers' convon iouce. Tbe land is level and in a beautiful sheltered valley, and is tbe best orange land in Southern California. Commisvle-n paid to agents. Adtire-s MILLS St CRAWFORD, 19 Court St., Los Angeles; CUNNINGHAM & CO., San Bernardino; or A. R. MESERVE. North Pomona. j3O-3m TO IAHHAMK, ITIO EXCHANGE—BUSINESS CORNER FOR L ranch or Eastern propeity. J. E. HOW. 9 N. Mom. J»l2 Im* A LIFO/tNI A AN D EASTS UN PROP ERTY for exchange. McDONALU, room 8 Wilson Block, corner of Spring and First sts. ]a22tf .) EXC HANGE-4500 erf.y, houses, lots, ranches, Eastern prop erty, b'islitess properly, inoruag<-8, merchan (lls >, etc , etc. Exchange Headquarters. J. 0. WILLMON, 128J4 W. First st. fl lm* ITIO BXO DOUBLE HOUSB, 1 18 rooms, well located, for good farm near city. BYRAM & POINDEXTER, li) W. First st. ja3o lm TO EXCHaNGF—LOS ANOELES CITY OR acre property, good store property in Kan sas Call ou or address J. R. MESBERLY, 314 Hope >fr . I.oa \ngelos. fO 7* HiThFn Esi*»_C' It \ (HJK* IjlOR HALE - BU'ICHER SHOP, LEASE SV. 1> c rs. App'ycor First and Alameda. 17 lm* FOR SPLENDuTbUSINESS; CASH required $1000 tos2Ooo. ACdrets "Crosby," box 3156. city. J2stf I NOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS CROCKERY ' business, very cheap. Apply to W. J. GUTHRIE. San Bernardino. f2 lm* £~ IOR - SALE—THE BEST LOCATED CIGAR stand In city; making big money. Apply to B VRSETT A CO., oor. Los Angeles and Com mercial s's. f9tf OR SALE—GROCERY, DOING FAIR BUSl no-s; tent t}3o; monthly expenses osly $70; stock at inventory: fixtures at liberal dis count. Call 1299 S. Main st. 15 7* ITtOR SALE—A WELL ESTABLISHED NKWS, F cigar and stationery business In a near by t-.wuata bargain; good cbauce for an invalid with small means. Address Jackson, this <• Hi c. f7U OR SA~LE~—a FIRST-CLAsB STOCK OF dry goods, c'othlng, boots and sots, no tions, etc, in a thriving town; business paying ago dpr fit; rea on for selling, owner desires to go East. Further particulars apply to L HARRI-* & Co., 106 Los Angeles St. fO 5* TTErTfU)N\ SPECULATORS! — CHOICE business property at a sacrifice; lor the next 10 days, 3 flue b islness lots on San Pedro at., cor. E. Second, at $118 per front foot; also 3 choice resldenco lots on Oak aud Maple sts., near Washington, at low prices, For pari icu larscallat2o9 East Filth st. J. W. WH SON, agent __ hazard a townsend (h. t. hazard aud James R. Townseud), solicitors of pat ents and attorneys in patent cases; patents se cured Iv all countries; copyrights, trade marks and labels. Room 9, Downey block, Los An geles. Cal. jalOtf •.isNTivrs. DR. R G. CUNNINGHAM, 28 NORTH MAIN st,, McDonald block. 115-tf B. W. U. KAUIB HAS REOPENED HIS dental office In rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. "eend and Fort sts. )30-tf DENTAL INSTITUTE, COB. BPBIM9 AND Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold ail tug, $1.00; amalgam filling, 50c; extracting 25c. A regular graduate In constant atttnd ance. Js2l tf ENTISTKY — DENTAL OPE RATION tt IN all brauchos performed at reasonable prires for good work. Booms 6 and 7, 205H S. bprlng sL f2tf 1882— ESTABLISHED—IBB2. DB. h. W. WELLS, DENTIST, 23 8. SPRING st. Filling toetb painless and gold work a specialty. Teeth extracted, with liquid gas, only safe and reliable anesthetic in use for th painless extraction of teeth. 1* 10m A DAMS BROS, DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING tV street. Rooms 4 aud 5, Gold fillings from $2 up. 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 se sof 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 pal n. Office Honrs from BA. m., to sf. k. Sundays from 10 A. m. to 12 m. Night calls answered office fB-tf EDUCATIONAL. IARKNOH AND GERMAN TAUGHT BY MISS ! Perrett. Address Mrs. Gray, 16 Mayo st. 17 7* QHORTUAND, TYPEWRITING AND TELE <j gtaphy taught day and eve ning by compe tent instructors. LONGLEY ft WAGNER. 24 W. First St. I7tf CIPANISH—THE PURE CASTIII AN, TAUGHT O by PROF. CARLOS BRANSBY, a native Spaniard. Call at 317 8. Hill 6t, near Fifth. jalS lm* NIGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANGELES BUSINESS Oollee-e and English Training School. 38, 40 ami 42 8. Main st., near Secoud. D. B. WIL LIAMS, Prin. jlStf OT. MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO, CAII kj A Church School for boys, tinder military discipline; twenty third year; prepares for col lege < r for business. Send for catalogue. REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A., Principal. jalOtf JOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND i English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 S. Main st., near Second. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening -csstous. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin. J 30t THE LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Music, No. 406 8. Main st. Complete course either in mnsic, art, language or elocu tion. MRS. EMILY J.VALENTINE, President. SIG. A. FARINI'S MUSICAL STUDIO, No. 151 8. Hill st. Pupils prepared lor the operatic and concert stage; also oratorio. Class lessotiß of throe and four at reasonable rates. Retention hours, 2t03 r. w daily. d2l tf ST. HILDA'S HALL !OF G LEND ALE — A Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Glen dola. Accommodates 100 pupils. Fullcorpsof teachers. For circulars apply at school, or c.iy ..nice. 75 North Sprint; street. REV. TUOS. W. RASKINS, Acting Rector. j27-tf WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND — SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal SESSIONS DAY AND EVESINO. For particulars, call at office or address. s2O-ly F. C. WOODBURY, Principal. FINANCIAL. MONEY Til LOAN IN SUMS TO SUItTTTc! ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. ja2tf MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER St HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78 Temple block. ]22tf •lIO.NEY TO LOAN-IN LARGE OR SMALL itj amounts ou first-class mortgages by C. A. SUMNER ft CO., 54 N. Main st. ja29 lm ©KOn flfift T0 LOAN-A. J. VIELE. 'UjVIMJ room 1, Now Wilson Build lug, First, and Spring. jal3tf berk 7\i\i\ 10 LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS Fivivvv mortgages, 10 percent.net. BYRAM ft POINDEXTER. 19 W. First St. la33tf T 08 ANGELES REAL ESTATE AND iJ ci-il Agency, 1 N. For St., loans money »t low rates in round sums. J. C. FLOURNOY, Secretary. j27.1m fIRAWFORD «V McOKEEKY, ROOM 10, OVER \;l.os Angeles National Bank. Loan $50 to ♦50,b00. Short term loaus a specialty. Buy notes, mortgages and contracts. j2ot' MONEY TO LOAN IN BUmYtO sIhT ON improved property at current rates; large sums at very low rates. POMEROY ft OATHS, 16 Ceiurt St. jalStf ONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS MORTGAGES. APPLY TO JOHN MILNER, Room 9, Baker block, Los Angeles. f9lf MON s-.Y ToHIO^AN^riT~BUMB OF isO TO $1000 on collateral security and personal property; good notes and mortgages bought and sold. E. L BUCK, rooms 31 and 32, Wil son block, cor. Spring and First sts., Los An- 15tf MOSEY TO LOAN—SAVE RENT,'JOIN THE Home Building Association Build your self a borne and pay for it ou the installment plan. For Information apply to M. C. WEST BROOK, 8, cretarv, room 87. Phillips block, Springst. Jalo 6m EXCUKtHONSi. !i monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas City and Chicago FREE sleeping acoommoda tions going East. For lowest, rates, etc., apply to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring St., Los An geles. JI3W DENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK Island route excursions will leave Los Angeles every Tuetday. Tourist sleeping cars elegantly equipped, freo of charge. Call or ad dres, F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring St. f3-tf " _ liIKEE EXCURSION n—TH ROUGH~CARS TO ' Chicago. Only one change to Boston. Con ductors and porters accompany all parties. Leave l.os Angeles January 10th and 24th, Febrnary 7th and 21st, March 7th and 21st A. PHILLIPS A CO., 44 N. Spring St., Los An geles, CaL j 27-tf WALTERS' BELEC~TEXCURBIONB TO ALL points East. Through cars to Chicago, elegantly and completely equipped, free of charge. Our next parties leave Los Angeles January 29th, February 12th and 20th. For tickels, berths, nnd further information, call on or address L M. WALTERS, 19 N. Spring St.. or 51 N. Spring at.. Los Angeles. Ja2s SOUTHERN PACIFIC~COMPANY-THROUGH excursions to New York, Boston and Phila delphia. Elegant new tonrist cars with ladles' dressing room and lavatory; stoves with im proved beaters for making tea and coffee; com plete equipment of cushions, bedding.curtains, etc.,; uniformed colored porters; 8.1". Co.'spany conductors go through to New Orleans, thence to Boston and Philadelphia. But on change of cars (in Union Depot) at New Orleans. The Sunset and Queen aud Crescent Route through the rich and historic Bouth, Meridian, Bir mingham, Cnattanooga, Cinclnnatti, etc. Quick time, dirpct connections. Excursions leave Los Augeles December 10 h and 30th 1888,; January 13t , February 3d and 17th; March 3d, 17>h and 31st: April 14tu; May sth aud 19th, 1889. For further particulars rail on or wife any of the agencies of the SOUTHERN PACIFC COMPANY' in Southern California, or C. F. BMURR, Assistant General Passenger Ageut couthern Paciflo Company, No. 202 N. Main st.. Los Angeles, ttal. 113 5m REGULAR PHYSHIIANK. WOMEN AND children. 28 8. Spring. Telephone 907. R. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIST Office 25 North Main SL Offlee Hours, 9A. if. to 4 F. H. fltf-d&w £1 A. DE CAILHOL, M. D.-AT HIS SANI -4, tarium, Pearl, sonth of Temple. Telephone 801. fl-tf DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN Sis ters' Hospital: TA N. Main St., rooms 1,2 and 3. 3 a 27 tt E. cTLAWiua. M. It. OFFICE, NO. 75 N . Spring st, rooms 33 and 34. Hours from 11 A. v. to 2p. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases snd chronicdiseasesingeneral. Ja24tf r7 W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR -Ist, 107 S Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9A,u.to 12 m. and 2to 4 p. M. Ja24tf MRS. DX. J M. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS. C. E. BOUBCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladles cared for during confinement. Midwifery a specialty. _ J2B-Sm Dr7~WKST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur gery (Including genlto-urlnary diseases) and diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N Spring st. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. ja24tf R. L. GOLDBCHMIEDT—GENERAL PRAC tlcing physician; late of New York; twenty years private an 1 hospital experience Office.. 23 South Spring street, room 12; residence, Emerson House, 415 Bouth O ive street: tele phone (office) 1019. Specialty: Diseases of children. j27-tf M HILTON WILLIAMS. M. 8.. M. C. P 8. .O. Specialist In diseases of the bead, throat and chest, Including the eye, ear and heart. Oxygen, compound oxvg- n, nitrogen, mo oxide, and other medicated inhalnt'ons, used In all diseases of the respira'ory organs , Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Second and 8 ring srreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, from 9 A. H to 4 P. M. MM 111 I KO tfl. W~~~b7nOBTON, ABCHITEOT,3B 8 SPBiNc • St. J riHAB. w. DAVIS. ABCHITEOT. BOOMS \j 3 and 4, Downey block, Lna Angeles j22K . /J.EO.F. BOOMS I IJ 21,82,28 8. Spring It, Los Augeles. ]12tf POLITICIANA. The Work of the City Cen tral Committee. APPORTIONMENTS COMPLETED. The Reform Convention Appoints An Excellent Committee To Select it* Ticket. The political situation is very interest ing at the present time, when tha various factions of the Republican party, the Prohibitionists, and the Reformers are trying to make up their minds what to do. The action of the Prohibition party in putting a full ticket in the field,with a strong man at tbe head, rather surprised the Reformers and the Republicans, and there were many of the latter who thought that the campaign would be the warmest and closest in the history of tbe city. There is considerable disaffection in the ranks of the Republicans, and the anti- City Central Committee faction are much displeased because the Convention and Primaries were set for so late a date. They say that it is for the purpose of foisting a slate on the party to which no one will have a chance to object. The candidates for nomina tion are dissatisfied, as it will give them no time to work, and they think it is a confession of weakness." It was stated that there was a document in circulation yesterday advocating the calling of an independent Republican Convention for about Wednesday of next week. The Republican City Committee met last night, and while it made no official an nouncement of its work, it is understood that the apportionment, is as follows: First Ward 2.3, Second Ward (two pre cincts) 20, Third Ward 23, Fourth Ward 15, Fifth Ward 5, Sixth Ward 0, Seventh Ward 19, Eighth Ward 19, and Ninth Ward 7. Tho voting places and judges are as follows: Ist Ward—6o!) Downey avenue, H. V. Van Dusen. 2nd Ward—lst Precinct, Temple street engine house, Sam Adams; 2d Precinct, corner of Buena Vista and Walters street, Sutherland 1 Wilton. 3d Ward—City Hall, Geo. H. Pike. 4th Ward—Eighth and Olive, R. H. Hewitt. sth Ward—Brooklyn and Main, Geo. Sfnsabaugh. Oth Ward—Laurel and Main, William Nilea. 7th Ward—Fifth and Wall, J. Mcll moil. Bth Ward—No place selected, R. Mil ler. Oth Ward — Cummings Store, Boyle Heights, N. E. Davidson. The Convention is called by 9 a. m. on the 18th, and tbe primaries from 12 to 4 p. m. on tbe With. The committee will labor again to-night. The Democratic City Central Commit tee met last night in the Iroquois Club rooms, Judge Taney in the chair. Tne resignation of R. A. Ling was accepted. It was decided lo call the Convention for Thursday the 14th and the caucus pri raariea for Tuesday the 12th instant. The apportionment and the places for holding the caucuses will be found in another column. The City Central Prohibition Commit tee will hold a meeting to-night at the office of Chester P. Dorland, 11 West First street, to initiate vigorous steps for the prosecution of the campaign. Citizen*' Reform Contention. At Hazard's Pavilion last night there assembled some 700 people who had congregated with the understanding that a ticket was to be presented for tbe forthcoming municipal elections by what is known as the "reform element." The stage was occupied by a number of the leading clergymen of the city, and an inkling of what the pro ceedings were to be was given when Dr. Cantine advanced and opened the meeting with prayer. Hymns were next in order, and after about half-an hour had been passed in this manner, the work began with the introduction of Judge K. M. Widn<ty as President of the evening. He proceeded to explain the nature of the movement. After dilating on the necessity of having the city's monies handled only by those trustworthy and capable, he said that it was no use putting a people's ticket in the field; that it would sometimes work in a community where there was a great political uprising, but never in a city where a campaign is being conducted under ordinary auspices. He i hen stated that the idea was to appoint a committee of thirty six, who would, after the partisan ticket had been placed in the field, select from them the best men, and for them those who desired a good city government should vote. Dr. Pendleton followed by upholding the ideas outlined by Mr. Widney, and urged his auditors to be sure that at the coming election they were voting for men who would be true to both Uodand man. The Key. Mr. Dv Bois was the next speaker. He made a very strong prohi bition speech which met with a hearty recept ion. Judge Widney then presented the fol lowing resolutions, which hid been com plied at a meeting held a few hours pre viously in the Methodist Church South. THK RESOLUTIONS. Resolved, That we, citizens of Los An geles, have here assembled this evening as a distinctly non-partisan citizens' con vention, in the interests of a good, clean city government. Tbat at our approaching city election any man. as a candidate for any office in our city government, who is not known to be above reproach as to fitness and moral integrity, should not be elected. Re'olved, That we request of the sev eral political parties that they place in nomination only such men os candidates who can rightiy receive our suffrage, in harmony with the above second resolu lion. That the Executive Committee here unto provided for be, and is hereby authorized by this assembly. First —To conduct this campaign in j harmony with the above resolutions. Second—And tbat from the nomina tions made by tbe several political part j ies, tbey designate such persons as arf deemed worthy to be our candidates, provided, however, that is no suitable candidate for any office can be selected from such nominations already made, FIVE CENTS. they are hereby authorized to nominate such other person or persons aa candi dates as will meet the requirements of thepe resolutions. Third—And that the nominations thus made shall be designated in the proper manner and at tbe proper time. That the following persons act as the Executive Committee, with instructions to complete the committee to the num ber of thirty-six by the appointment of such other persons from the several po litical parties ap they deem best; W. B. Scarborough, William Rommel, H. W. Mills, W. A. Stratton, U. Knock, E. A. Clark, William Ligon, Frederick Bosby shell. Dr. W. T. (Jhildress, C. H. Brad ley. Dr. J. P. Widney, Samnel Strohm, Judge R. M. Widney, R. M. Town, A. M. Hough, 8. P. Bowen, C. W. Harper, J. C. Salisbury, Dr. H. G. Brainerd, John M. Davies, E. W. Spencer, Dorland, Esq., Niles Pease. A request for those who endorsed the resolutions to stand up, was answered by a nnanimous arising on the part of the audience. Mr. S. A. Widney, who appeared ss one of s committee of five sent to the meeting by the Prohibition party, made the closing address. He said that, as the movement was non-partisan, he wonld not say a word in favor of his party, but wonld simply remark that his party would hear tily cooperate in the proceedings just closing. Before the audience left the hall, Mr. Fehnemann made an announce* ment regarding his free-labor agency, and by 10 o'clock, after a two.hours' ses sion the building was empty." SENATOR heahst. He Take* a Trie In and About Ike City. Senator Hearst devoted all of bis wak ing hours yesterday to an inspection of Los Angeles and tho places of in'erest in her vicinity. A special Santa Pc train had been chartered to convey him to tbe outlying points, and the presence of the Board of Trade ensured that nothing " worthy of notice should pass unobserved. Visits were made to Pasadena, Ray mond and Baldwin's Ranch, and at the latter place the party alighted in re sponse to an invitation to luncheon is sued by Mr. Unruh, manager of the rancbo. The Senator returned to town about 2 o'clock and then, in company with Messrs. Deoker, Eugene Germain, S. Lacey, Follansbee and Whiteman, was taken for a tour around the city in Mr. Denker's commodious carriage. The mammoth hotel site, the new depot, tha postoffice, the principal business edifices and the most handsome private resi dences all were visited in turn, and when the journey came to an end, soon after 5 o'clock, it is safe to say that a very good idea of the city had been ob tained by the distinguished visitor. In a subsequent conversation with a Hek ald man, Mr. Hearst said that ho was immensely pleased with his experiences in this vicinity. "I knew you had a lot of people down here," he said, "but I did not think you had such fine places to do your business in nor such handsome residences. Yon have a fine city—a very fine one —and judging by the local enterprise evidenced in the many handsome and costly struc tures, yon will go ahead. I hope yon will, and I assure that you have my" earnest eood will in all your undertakings. The harbor at San Pedro is one of the most vital questions connected with your fu fure and fhe appropriations must be ob tained. There will be no difficulty in get tine; the bill through the Senate—it is in tbe House, the trouble, if any, will be." "I hear you carry away with you a very favorable impression of Santa"Mon ica," said the scribe. "Yes," was the reply, "and if I can persuade Senator Jones to let me have s thousand acres reasonably I will put ap a residence there, for I have never seen a place that I would prefer to have a home in." The Senator left on the Southern Pacific oveiland last night and will travel on that road as far as Deming. where he will he transferrsd to the Santa Fe. He is going straight through to Washington. Depot Jottings. District Superintendent Ellwood, of the Pullman Company, has gone to San Diego. Mr. H. C. Frazier. inspector of West inghouse automatic air-brakes has gone to Denver. The Texas and Pacific agency here an nounces that it will send out an orange special to-day. A new telegraph wire is being run be tween Buena Vista street-bridge and the j Wollfekill depot. A display of Southern California froit will he put on exhiMtion to-day in the Southern Pacific's office on Main street. General Coast Agent VV. B. Sinhorn,of the Burlington system, accompanied by Passenger Agent Quigley, will go to Sin Diego to-day. Telegraph instruments are to be put in at Pan Fernando street, Naud's and the t ommercial-street depots, so that whea 'h« Woolfskill depot is opened the trains will be run on the block system. The Southern and Union Pacific spe cial was heard from yesterday. It had passed Sacramento at 11 p. m Thursday ninht, being twenty-five hours out from this city, aud running on passenger time. Mr. George Ady, the passenger agent for the Denver, Texas and Fort Worth Road, arrived yesterday morning. It is stated that his company will soon estab lish a freight and passenger agency here. A dispatch was received by Mr. J. B. Quigley yesterday, announcing that on aud after the 10th inst. the Burlington will run a daily vestibule train from Cheyenne to Chicago. It will connect with the Union Pacific overland, and make closer connection than heretofore. TUc 1 lie ill ployed. On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock there will be a mass-meeting of ail the unem ployed men and women of Los Angeles and of all the workingmen in the city. Plans will be presented by prominent Speakers, whereby tbe condition of the laborers of Los Angeles will be materi ally improved. The meeting is called by B. Fehuemann, the organizer of the La hor Kxchange, who, during the week, has secured employment for 100 people, and who, at noon to-day, will send hrough the city a committee of seventy live unemployed laborers to distribute bills announcing fie meeting. Agreeable to tbe wishes of the German Emperor, the theatres have resolved to abolish all French theatrical terms which have crept into the language.