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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO. 181.
AMUSEMENTS.
,_RAND OPERA HOUSE.
* T H. O. Wv att, Lessee and Manager.
WEEK OF FEBRUARY 11th, 1839.
Engagement of the Popular Comedian,
MR. JOS. K. X M MET,
In hie Comedy Creation—
OUR FRITZ I
Supported by an excellent Dramatic Company.
Mr. Emmet will introduce his original songs
and dances; also the newly purchased $5,000
Prize Dog, PLINLIMMON, the largest and hand
somest St. Bernard dog in the world.
Prices—2sc, 50c., 75c and $1. fOtd
LOS ANGELEB THEATRE.
H. C. Wtatt, Leasee and Manager.
Owing to the brU iant success of the popular
CARLETON OPERA COMPANY :
They will appear at this tbester,
SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
PRESENTING
Sunday, Feb. 10th, Carleton's famous
MIKADO !
Mojnlav,Feb. 11 >h, Alfred Celllor'amuslcalgem,
DOROTHY !
Tuesday, Feb. 12th, by special request,
ERMI N 1 E !
W. T. CARLETON.
60 ASSOCIATE ARTISTS 60
Grand Choruses! Oorgeous costumes 1
deatß now on sale. i™
LOS ANGK ,E3 THEATER.
H. C. Wyitt, Lessee and Manager.
4 SIGHTS, COMMENCING FEBRUARY 13,
AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
Fl'st appearance of the
ROYCE Ac L..4NSINU
; Ml'Sll!A_ COMEDY COMPANY. •
—WE HAVK —
The Funniest of Comedians!
The Brightest of Soubrcttes!
A full Mandolin Orcbestrs!
The Spanish Troubadours!
Vocal and Oeorina Quartet*!
Guitar, Blihtr and Banjo Players! i
Musis, Comedy, Burlesque and Opera.
POPULAR PRICES-Evening Prices: 25c,
50c. and 7oc. Matinee Prices: 25c. and s<ic
Seats now on sale st box office. I7td
CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM _ THEATER
North Main streot, near First. '
Dotlk A Isaacs Proprietors. j
THE PIIPDMR FAMILY RESORT! '
"A smile through tears is the rainbow of peace." -
Wkbk CoM—enciko Sattteday, Peiip.uaby 9.
Museum-i; G Lawler. Tattoed Caucssian: -
Sig. loreDzo, Great Equllibifsi; Saneho, Plien 1
omenal Dog; Prof. Goo M dden. Clever Ma
gician; Pnneh and Jud}-, the children's De- ,
light, etc. 1
Thkater— Taylor Jabmes, Baujolst and Vo- '
calist; Mons. Ravella, Japanese Juggler; Fox '.
Bros., Grote>qnc Comedians: Burre 1 & Rhinff
hart, t lever Comlques; Miss D»isy Hrooks, Sing •
ing 6onbrettc: Tommy Adims, Quaint Ch.,r- 1
acter Artist, etc.
Doors open from 10 A.«. to 10 p. M.
Admlsßinn. 10c Reserved seats 10c. extra
JUFTH ANNUAL MEEIING
—OP TBK—
:_OB anoei.es athletic OLVB: ,
AT PROSPECT PARK,
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22d, AT 2P. M. ]
Washington. Birthday. |
Foot Races, Bicycle Races, Tugs-of-War,
Jumping, Etc.
Address all communications to
J. S. THAYER, 47 S. Spring street. ,
<3 td
STON GARDEN*..
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
OPEN EVERY DAY. '
SACRED CONCERT every Sunday afternoon
from 2 to 5, by Uio oeleoraied Hungarian Or
ebcttra.
Alter Concert, a SOCIAL DANCK Will be given, j
Come and see the Ostriches, aud at the same
time bear some soul-stirring music.
Admission, 15 cents; Children, accompanied .
by parunts, 10 cents. 1
Good order maintained. jalltf
FIRST-CLASS FREE ENTERTAINMENT
AND CONCERT.
V■E N Hi uTI ¥ r ET,
Corner Main and Bequeua streets.
Every Evenino and Sunday Aptbrnook.
CELEBRATED HUNGARIAN SOLOISTS.
Fine Hungarian Kitrhc-n in connection.
SACRED CONCERT every Sundsy Afternoon
st Washington Garden. ' ja2 tf
AWTS, FJIKduNALB, AND OTHtR AD
vortisements under the following heads
Inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each
insertion
rilsßttii rs«i i« _.
129, K. ol P , are request .d to meet nt Cas'le
Hall. 24 S. Spring st., at 1 p. H. sharp, Sundsy,
February 10th, foi tbe purpose of a tending the
funeral of Bro. J. B. McKe zle. Funeral from
Trinity M. I. Church, at 2p. m An invitation
is extended to all members of the order.
n. V BOURNE, t; C.
f9 2» J W RJE'i. K. of R AB.
•«, »■:•«'•
10. O. F.—H EMBERS oF THIS OsUERARI
, rpspec fully requested to moot at 1 OOF.
ttall, at 1 c v. sund y, to a tei d the fuucia' of
Brother J.'/j. MacKlej'e, rf Capital Lodge No.
33t. or Columbus, Ohio. By ordor of Gen.
Kel ef flO-U*
FECIAL"NOTICE —aLL MEMBEKS OF Y.
M. 1 . No*. 14 and 36, w 11 meet at their
hall on N. Main st. -uoday aiternoon, Febr lary
10th, ai 1 o'clock sharp to par 'cipate <n laj
iug the corner-stone of "B<cred Hoart Church,"
East Los Augeles. Visiting m-mh' rs "f other
institutes are cordially Invited, By order
JOHN L. McCO i.
19 2t Grand Marshal.
S~ "Fecial, isoiiue.—CATiiTrLic s-ociei_ti
nud *Jl Ctttiioltcs who desire to pmlcpau
in laying the crner-stone of "Sacred Heart
Chnrch,' 7 cast Lo* Angeles, Sunday afteineon,
will meet at the "0 d church PI za' at 1:30
By order of JOHN L. Mc OY, Grand Marshal.
' , i 9 2t
SPELIAL NOTICit-AOL MEMBERS OF DI
vis on No. 1, A. O U , will pi- ase as emble
at their hall Snuday afternoon at 1:30 sharp to
participate in laying the corner-stone Of'Be
Sacred Hea.t fha eh, E-Bt Loi Angeles Visit
ing brothers cordia'ly invited. By order, John
L Mcl'OY. Marshsl. _j gj
HE" ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Ventura Oil Co. will be held
at the office of trie company, 324 S. Hill st., on
Wednesday, February 20th, at 1 o'clock P. M.,
for tbe purpose of electing a board of directors
to serve during the ensuing year, and the trans
action of Men otner business as may come be
fore the meeting; LO PIBBSON, Bec'y. f8 3t.
i.osr +!*u r ujJT
FOUND— A SMALL RED JRI-H SETTER
(female). Owner apply at this office.
19 2t G. F. HATTON.
OS"—2 BOOK ABBTRACIB iF TITLK ON
Pico st., near B. Return to Sheriff's office
and receive reward. FlO 2t* |
THE PERSON WHO FOUND
bi i ('ic on Sixth st. car on 8-turday af:e -
uoon , " -!>. 9th, containing overcoat, and papers I
of va '.ie ouly to the owner will return same to
A Phillip- <Ss Co., 44 N. Spring; St., a suitable
reward wl 1 >egiven. HO
0-T-BMAL< BAY FI LV, WHIIE f IND
feet aud spot on far*heal, hind houf
dubb icl.str-p on neck;also mare, heavy In foa'.
Finder communicate, C. LILLY WHITE 99
E. Pic st. iw ll *
STRAYsD - FROM JOQUIN AND PlTT
mau'B pss ure, iron griy Colt. Liberal
reward paid b' r-tu nlng <o JOQUIN 4 PITT
MAN, or R. ZELLNER, Jr., 'No 34 N. Spring
St.
OVP — A RING. SOLITAIRE DIAMON D,
I neBT Grand Opera House, on February 1-1.
sbrtut 9:30 p. if Finder will be rewarded by
returning it to the Herald office, 12 lOt
PERSONAL..
RsTTaKKEK, BIM.NKSH M
clairvoyniit. i 8 8. Spring, room 15. J29-M
IiIVORUK AND CRIMINAL i.AW A sH'JStTT
I/alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLOOMB, At
torney, 11 Templo street. Room 10-12. j Sfl-tl
/10RDAN BROS . OF 22 8. 81'RINU ST., AUK
\j niakiuK the cheapest clothes in the city, in
onler to make room lor their coming spring snd
summer goods t2 1m
Something nkw—thk occult tkLkT-
O graph glvps ndvice on health, business mat
ters ami all afl'airs of life; three questions on
any subject, $1; 6atibfactlon or no pay. 210U
B. Spring >t. 19 3*
DR. LOUIS 80HLBSIN0BR, FROM BAM
Kranclsco, the celebrated test snd healing
medium; also publisher of the Carrier Done,
haß arrived, and may be found at the St. Elmo
Hotel, where be will give tests and sifings for
he°liug daily. Room»3and4. (!) 2*
BPEOIAL NOTICES.
MKB. LENZBERO, M K iTTu3a7^INTBCNKER
Ilillave. Hours: 9a.h. to 0:30 r. m.
j27-lm«
MRS. DR. FRENffilTj THE RENOWNED
fortune-tel'cr. Thia voman tells wonder
fvnthings, at 17 W. First St., room 20. f8 3»
To Le*se—fink stock range, 10,000
acres; well watered- $1,200 per annum.
POINDEXTER, 19 W . First St. J2O-lm
PLANS AND SPEcTFICAfioITa - FOR COT
t_r«._ipiO; forB-roomhouses,sls. J.FRIED
LANDER, architect, 23 N Spring at. 524 12m
DEVELOPMENT OF LAND—I AM IVRE
pored to clear and p'ow land In Antelope
Valley on the most reasonable, terms. JAMHS
B. ALLEN, Rosamond, Cal. ja29 1m» '
RS. BEAL~CURES*"ALL" CHRONIc blß
eates: cures use of tobacco in any form, ;
liquor oropium; cure of tobscco guaranteed or
no pay; sittings daily. No 300 s. Main at.
ja2B lm* J
CO~LUMBIA~L6aM AND~IIUIIDiNG A88o" i
ciKtlou—Shares of the second s< ries, which
have just been opened, are now for sale. Ap
ply for information A WILLH ARTITZ, secre
tary, room 12, Lichtenberger block, No. 7'A N.
Main st. jail lm j
Mils. E. IKELAND WOULD REBPKCT- :
ful'y announce that she baa secured the
agency for 'he Sohulti German Compounds <
»nd has prepared heroelt to g ye instructions in 1
the celebrated S-iline Cnpe'ne Bath and Trlpsis f
Treatment of the Hair, end will give employ
ment to 100 lndifs and gentlemen. A cordial
invitation is given to the sick and those wish
ing their hair cleaned or renovated to call at ]
once and try the new methols. Office—Room
15. over postofficc. Office hoars, trom 2 to 9 1
i' m. fR lm* !
W4NTBD MITITATIOM*!—RIA__. <
W~_J)_t_ i
aged German to take care ol horses, cows
and garden: ulso mske h'maelf genemlly use- -
ful anont place. Address "Uardeier," box 100,
this oHiee. 19 2*
W*tVl_l» SI HIATIO*S-Ff M*I,K. (
1
Kirl to do general housework. Inquire at '
101 Sainsevain st. (8 3* j
" WANTCD-B*l.l SiTJKN. |
SALESMEN— WE WISH A FEW MEN TO j
sell our goods by to the wolesule c
and retail trade Laige-st manuf'rs in our lino. '
Eucloso 2 cent stamp Wage* $3 per day. Per- (
mauent position. No p sals answered. Money f
advanced for advertising, wages, etc. CEN- ,
lENNIAL MAN'F'G CO , Cincinnati, Ohio.
ifl-7 suniwed lot
WANTED—BUM B_ LANkUIIK.
r
est place at BURNS'. 231 8. Spring St.
TITanI'MX A FIRST CLASS CARRIAGE I
TT smith to hire a shop doing a good bust- .
ne-s. 623 Olive at. 110-2t I
WAOTBD, MORB ROOM—THE GREAT ]
auctiou bouse of Edwin A. Rice & Co. \
have retrovod their furniture depart—nt to
328 aud 330 South fp lpg st. flO-lt. ,
—-- = <
I'OR U_Nl-HOlT<«_!». '
HOUSE OF NISK '
rooms; modern Impiovements Cor Fifth
aud Hill sts, 224 W. fifth. HO 4f <
OR RENT — CHEAP HOUSES IN AIL -
parts of the city by C. A. SUMNER & CO., I
54 N. Main st. ja29 lm
OR RENT—KICK 8-ROOM 2-STORY - RE&T- 1
deuce, all newly lurnished, on clean side of -
flower St., by WKoLEY CLARK, 120 N. Main.
f9 3» ______ (
t>R~ RENT—HOUSES IN ALL PA RTS OF |
the ciiy; a long list: yon can examine free. <
L. A. Rental Agency, 1 N. Fort ft. J. C. i
FLOURNOY. Secretary. j27-lm 1
f~MR rTNi' — NBW 6 BOOM GOT I'AOEi '
1 *17 50: 4-room hou<e, VIS; 3 rooms and
bab, $15:2 rooms. $10; all water paid BY- :
RAH & POINDEX .ER.I9 W. First st ja3o lm
IiWR RKNT—NKJE'NEW REsfDItNCE, NINE :
V ro< ms, bath, hot and cold water, flre-plsces,
closets, etc., one Mock of street cars. Rent, ■
$25 per month Cheapest In the city, at No. 7 ;
N Spring st., room 3_ ja2o-tf -
OR RENT—WHY PAY RENT~ WHEN $30 :
per month will pay principal and Interest J
••n well locatfd ootfges? We have 3 new :
bouses for sale on these terms: only $150 cash
required. BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W.
First St. ja3o lin j
FOR HEUT--BOOMS.
_TOK THAN
l 1 ever, fnr ished and unfurnished; light 1
h nsneeping «llowed to permanent parties,, i
L nkershlm, 8. STing. UQ-lt*
oInTA MuNICA-FOnCLr.AN ,-UNNY FUR- :
© nished rooms appiy to MRS. MARY .
BOEHME, Octan aye., next to "The Lawrence." t
fS ft
L"AOR _ RENT—FOR NEX'FtHRKE DAYS, BE- '
Jj jnw cost, dou' le rooms, iue.iuding gas and
bath, $10 o $12. s. Spring. flo-lt»
J?OR RBNT-N CEI.Y FUKNIBHED ROOMS, :
1 close in, a= No 417 Wall St., near Fourth; ,
also excillin' tn' lf b'Sid. 16 10* .
FOR BEN f—OFfl ■ B«.
I "Tor re^t~—TiTne sunny offici-8,
I en tuite or singl", bay wiudow. large pnrch,
cheap, for three days. Lankcr»him, 318H S.
Spring. FlO It*
OR RENT —OFFICE ON~ STREET; B«L
-letln board, suitable for real < state, $15.
i.tuikersulm, 2IS;.j ■>, Bp lng.
_OM _*—.*••■ MM—■ AND ROOMS.
low
JD rent, N > 2C2 S Spring st. Apply WM MC
LEAN. 2 doors north. f2tt
I"j*ssTrent—siorks at
; reduced rates L A Rental Agency. IN.
Fortit J. <:. FLOUROY, Secretary. j27-lm
PGR RENT—STORES ON MAIN, SPRING,
sort'and other Btree's; hotels, apartments,
houses eto. A. L. TEELE, cor. Second aud
Fort s's. ja!s
OR RENT—FINE CORNER STORE ON
Main St.: good stand; $60 per month: or
one-half for $30: cheapo&t rent in city. PIOKIT
_ KELLEY, 302 N. Main s'.. f5 7*
InOB RENT -PART OF STORE ON SPRING
1 st.; very dcs rable location. Apply ot the
LOS aNGELKS OPTICAL INSTITUTE, 133 8.
Spring st ffttf_
FOR RENT —BUILDINGS AND BTOREB IN
all nesirable locations by C. A. SUMNER _
CO., 54 N. Main st. ______
iitOß RENT —STORE© ON MAIN, SPRING,
V Fort and other streets; hotels, apartments,
honses, etc. A. L. TEELE, corner Second and
Fort sta. fa "
ImOR RENT—A GOOD PAYING REBTAU-
I rant, complete; now running. Only re
ponbibie parties need apply. 241
| H«f HI Ei» P ATHINTH,
' hi. denco, 24 3. Spring at Hours 1 to 4 r. «■
; Telephone 353. > l *
D"_Fb_ACH & BOYNTON. OFFICE. 37 N.
Bpriugst .Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 M.. 1 to 4 and 0 to 8 p. M. Dr. Boynton's
i residence, 735 Olive St. J alHtt
TBAAC~FELU>WS, *. D. —HOMJEOP ATHIST
I Offlpe Honrs-11 to 12 A. _~ 2 to 5 P. M.,
i offi°c?-Nc! O 2 rB and 1 5 , 0dd J___^__2_?____
Lob Angeles, Cal. Residence 408 South Main
( "treet. ______
_ S. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMOAPATIIIST.
Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson block cor.
First and Spring r.ts. Residence, 538 8. Poarl
I st Office hours, 11 A. M. to 3r. M. Te'ephone
Nob.: Offloe 697: reEidonce 577. ja24tl ,
SUNDAY MOIINING. FEBRUARY 10, 1889.
TOR MI,II.
IjlOR SALE, AT HA'.F COST PRICE, A COM
J plete stock of the very host of stationery:
«l«o counter, fixtures and sbow case. Inquire
1% North Mniu at , barber shop. 110 2t*
FOR SA L——THlB WXXK, AT RIOEIt H2B
nud 3UO Sautli Sprlng-st., fine ash bedroom
suts forsl6, maboganr sets for $17, cherry sets
tor $20, painted sets, $10 and $12. lounges.
95 and $G and $10. Get prices of all furniture
and carpets at Rice's, for there is a drop aloug
the entire line. Men must sell. 110-7t
FOR SALE—CUT Property.
T7IOR
Jj residences on Figueroasr.; parties leaving
town. Address P. O. box 2C42. f9 3t
FOR SALE—GREAT BARGAIN—COTTAOR
six rooms, bath. Elegantly furnished.
Parties leaving city. Blame St., third house 8.
of Tenth. 110 Ct*
<&"-!~EA AA GREAT BARGAIN FOR A »KW
vBl.OUl". davson'yl Snug cottage of five
rooms, hard finish, with bath and large barn.
No 25 8 Griffin aye, half block from Downey;
110-2t»
FOR SALE—A~BEAUt7fUL 0-ROOM HOUSE,
all modern improvements; best bargain in
tbe city; owner leaving the country. Call at
240 Morris it. f(i 5»
TTiOR SALE—cHOICEST KEsTdENCE COjl-
F ser in Los Angeles, 165x190 to 20 foot
alley, corner Flgneroa and Adams sts. OfTered
during next few days at a reduced price by
owner, 55 N. Spring at. jalOeod
FOR SALE-*25 CASH AND $10 PER MONTH
buys a lot ou horse car lino; 30 miuutes
from center of city; prices $290 to $500; pure
water free; cheaper than rent. A. L. TEKLE,
agent, Second and Fort sts. ja 2tf
I [KIR SALE-KaSY "fNSTAXMENT's"," WILL
1 take trade for small portion; new G room
house, $1800; 4-room house, $1750 ; 5-room
house, $1750; all well located: $20 per month
and interest. BYRAM & POINDEXTEK, 19
W. First St. j«3olm
font SAl>K—Country Property.
TflOR SALE—IOO
J' 3 miles south of Cucamonga at your own
price. SIG. WOLFF, 210 N. Main st J2otf
OB BALK—FINE G&AZING-LANDS IM VBlC
tura county, well watered and easy .of ac
cess, $5 to $12 .50 per acre, in tracts to suit.
R. W. POINDEXTER, 19 W. First st , Los An
geles. ja3olm
FOR SALE—SMALL FARMS, 10 MILES FROM
Los Angeles, 1 aud 2 miles from railroad sta
tion, 3 miles from luglewood; land all sown to
barloy; 5,10,20 acres or more if desired: \ie
have A so a res of this land for sale, in traces
to suit, and on very ensy terms; prices from
$90 to $200 per acre; wo know of no other land
of this quality that can be boueht in that
neighborhood for any such prices. For full pa"
ticniars inquire of BYRAM Ji POINDEXTER,
I9W. First st. f7 1m
THE JURUPA LAND AND WATER COM
pany offers a six thousand acre tract; wi l
tell in forty acres lots; situated three miles noitti
west from Row ell Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with
a pood water right of one. miner's inch of water
to every seven and one half acres of land, for
thcexiremtly low pri c oi one hundred and
twenty-five dollars ($125) per acre. One-quar- '
ter dowi: and balance to aoit buyers' conven
ience. The land is level and in a beautiful
sheltered valley, aud is the best orauge land in
Southern California. Commission paid to
agents. Address MILLS & CRAWFORD, 18
Court Bt., Los Angeles; CUNNINOHAM & CO.,
San Bernardino; or A. R. MESERVE. North
Pomona. j3O-3m
TO EXCHANVE.
ranch or Eastern property. J. E. HOW. 9
N. Main. . Jal2 lm*
ALIFORNIA AND~EABTKR»' PROPERTY
for exchange. MCDONALD, room 8 Wilson
Block, corner of Spring and First sts. ]a22tf
PIECES OF PROP
erty, houses, lots, ranches, Eastern prop
erty, business property, mortgages, merchan
dise, etc , etc. Exchange Headquarters. J. C.
WILLMON, W. First. St. 11 lm*
TO E XCHA N G E—L aTi G e"1)OU 11 LeTIiOU SET
18 rooms, well located, for good farm near
City. BYRAM 4 POINDEXTER, 19 W. First
st. ja3o lm
6~EXCHANGE—LOS ANGELES CITY OR
acre property, Brood store property in Kan
sas. Call on or address J. R. MESSERLY, 314
Hope st , Los Angeles. 18 7*
tTTILL TRADE 85 AORBB CHOICE GLEN"-
VV da'e property, located on proposed Hue of
Glendale railroad, foot of mountain, with GO
shares of Verdugo Water Company. MaguiH
cent soil, settlements all around. Will trade
for ciiv property at reasonable price per aore
W. R. BURKE. 55 N. Spring st. d! 9 wAsun tf
UCBINKSS CHANCKB
oTT^nir^mncTiTtßTs^^
ye rs. Apply cor Firßt and Alameda. 17 lm*
FOR SALE—A CROCKERY
business, very cheap. Apply to W. J.
GUTHRIE, San Bernar.liuo. f2 lm*
IflOR BALE—THE BEST LOCATED CIGAR
! Bland in city; making big money. Appiy
to B ARNETT dc CO., cor. Lob ADgeles and Com
mercial bi«. I9tf
OR BALB—GBOOBRY, DOING FAIR BUBl
ness; rent $30; monthly expenses only
$70; stocx at. inventory: fixtures at liberal dis
count. Call 1298 8. Main st. 15 7*_
OR SALE—A WEITTesIwbTiS^FeD~NEWS,
cigar and stationery business In a near by
towuata bargain; good chance for an invalid
with small means. Address Jackson, this office.
f7tf
OR SALE-aT OF
dry goods, clothing, boots and s''oeß, no
tions, etc., in a thriving town; business paying
ago d profit; rea-on for selling, owner desires
to go East. Further particulars apply to L.
HARRIS & CO., 100 Loa Aneeles st fO 5*
TTENTION, SPECULATORSI*—"CHOICE
business property at a sacrifice; for the
next 10 days, 3 fine business lots on San Pedro
St., cor. E. Second, at $118 per front foot; also
3 choice residence lots ou Oflk and Maple sts.,
near Washington, at low prices, For particu
lars call at 209 East Filth st J. W. WH SON,
agent. lals lm
riNANCAAL.
LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. F.C.
ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. ]a2tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78
Templfl block. ._ J22tf_
MONEY TO LOAN-IN LARGE OR SMALL
aroountß ou first-class mortgages by C. A.
SUMNER & CO., 54 N. Main Bt. ]a 29 lm
(H'CrYkA AAA TO LOAN — A J. VIELE,
3r)O"U«"UU room 1, New Wilaon Build
ing, First, and Spring.__ ]a!3tf
MONEY~TO _ ToAN—IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON
gilt cd.cd security. W. S. WATEKS,
room 2,117 New High st fIOH
JJf-A iwJ\ TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS
3PDI/.V/UU mortgages, 10 perceut.net.
BYRAM & POINDEXTER. 19 W. First Bt.
OS ang¥les~real estate and finan
ciil Agency, 1 N. For St., loans money at
low rates in round sums. J. 0. FLOURNOY',
Secretary. J 27.1 m
/IRAWFORD A MCIiRBEKY, ROOM 10, OVER
VLoa Angeles Natioual Bank. Loan ISO to
$50,000. Shoit term loans a specialty Buy
notes, mortgages and contracts. j -Of
MONEY - TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
improved property nt current rates: large
sums at very low rates. POMEROY & GATES,
10 Court st jalAtf
ONEY TO LOAN
ON FIRST-CLASS MORTGAGES.
APPLY TO
JOHN MILNE R,
Room 9, Baker block. Leg Angeles. f!Uf
Money" to loan—in sums of *50 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
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ROOK, 8 crctary, room 87, Phillips hlouk,
Spring st. felO 6m
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ll College and English Training School. 38,
40 and 42 P. Main st., near Second. D. B. WIL
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discipline; twenty third year: prepares for col
lege or (or business. Send for catalogue. REV.
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English Training School, .'IS, 40 and 42 8.
Main st., near Second. Experienced teachers;
complete courser, of study. Day and evening
sesaious. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin. j 30t
riIHE LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF
± Music, No. 406 8. Main st. Complete
course either in music, art, language or elocu
tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President.
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operatic aud concert stage; also oratorio. Class
lessons of throe and four at reasonable rates.
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O Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Glen
dale. Accommodates 100 pupils. Full corps of
teachers. For circulars apply at school, or
city office, 75 North Spring street.
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February 7th and 21st, March 7th and 21st.
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OUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH j
excursions to New York, Boston and Phila- '
delphla. Elegant new tourist cars with ladies' ]
dressing room and lavatory: stoves with im
proved beaten tor making tea and coffee; com- ,
plete eqnlpment of cushions, bedding,curtains,
etc,: uniformed colored porters; 8. P. Co. 'a party (
conductors go through to New Orleans, thence .
to Boston and Philadelphia. But on- change of
cars (in Union Depot) at New Orleans. The 1
Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route through '
the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir i
mtngham, Cnattanooga, Cinclnnattl, eto.
Quick time, direct connections. Excursions ■
leave Los Angeles December 16ih and 30th, ,
1888,; January 13t i. February 3d and 17th;
March 3d, 17th and 31st: April 14tb; May sth '
and 19th, 1889. For further particulars call on >
Or write any of the agencies of the SOUTHERN '
PACIFC COMPANY in Southern California, ,
or C. F.SMURR, Assistant General Passenger
Agent Southern I'actflc Company, No. 202 N. I
Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Jl3 5m 1
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ters' Hospital; 7U, N. Main it., loom* 1,2 ■
and 3. ja27tf
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M~ rsTdrTj7m. smith (formerly mrs. i
C.K. BOURCEY) lnurniary and Lying-in 1
Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladies cared for
during confinement. Midwifery a specialty. j
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R. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT 1
Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur- .
gery (Including genito-urinary diseases) and
diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. I
Spring st. Honrs, 9to 12. 2to 5. }a24tf
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ticing physician; late of New York; twenty
years private an 1 hospital experience Office,
23 South Spring street, room 12; residence,
Emeison House. 415 South 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 head,
throat and chest, including the eye, ear and
heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen,
rco ioxlde, and other medicated inhalations,
used in all diseases of the respiratory organs
Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Second and
S.*ringsrreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
from 9 a. m to 4p. M,
DB NT I NTS.
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DR. W. H. MA3BER HAS REOPENED HIS
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Bank building, cor. Seonnd and Fort at*. j3O-tf
DBNTAL 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. Ja2l tf
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all branches performed at reasonable prices
for good work. Rooms 6 and 7, 205W S. Spring
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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, 14 10m
1 DAMB BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING
<V street. Rooms 4 and 5,
Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver
filling!, Si. Painless extraction of teeth by
vitalised air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth
extracted without gas or air, 60 cent*.
Best seta 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 Honrs from BA. at, to ft r. v. Sundays
from 10 A. K. to 12 m. Night calls answered
office fS-tf
SPECIALISTS.
. nose and throat diseases a spe-JBJgPs
cialty; 23 years' experience. Santnflfßjfit
Ana. Cal. n!7 2m* \y
ijr sTa. WIDiNEI.
82 M. Main St.,
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POLITICIANS.
Some of Those Who Are in the
_'ield for Nomination.
THE PROHIBITIONISTS MOVINS.
The Array of Office-Seekers ou the
Repablicau Side—The Inter
esting Situation.
The local political situation appears to
be considerably mixed, especially when
viewed from a Republican standpoint.
There are so many candidates in the
field and so many factions polling in
opposite directions that they cannot see
their way clearly and are groping around
in the search for better leaders- than are
in the City Central Committee. They
seem to have lost faith in that body and
are of the opinion that its actions have
been with a view of foisting a slate upon
them which they cannot break and which
they do not desire to support. They say
that the Union League runs the City
Central Committee; that all of the de
liberations have been held in the
rooms of the Union League, to
which only members of that body
were admitted. The Union Leaguers
were called upon for advice, and no one
else, and they do not think that the Re
publican party is all in the Union League ,
or properly represented by it. A num- ,
ber of Republican candidates for nomi
nation think that the convention has
been set for too late a date, and that
while showing a sign of weakness in the
party, it also gives them no time to work 1
for themselves. Others are rejoicing be- '
cause if nominated they think there will
be no time in which their failings can be
found, and anotber class argues with
them, for the reason that there will be no
time for tbe reformers to endorse them.
Nearly every other Republican met on
the streets is a candidate for nomination
for some office, and it is said that only
one member of the Union League has
been found who is not in the field.
The candidates for nomination for
Mayor on tbe Republicon side are Judge
Fitzgerald, Hon. Henry Hazard and
General John Mansfield. The friends of
all tnese are working hard, and it is an
open question as to which will be the
choice.
A portion of those who are seeking
office among the Republicans are as fol
lows: For Auditor, W. W. Robinson, 1
E. P. Sutherland, J. W. Hinton, J. 8.
Van Doren, H. W. Edelman, Barney
Levy and F. E. Lopez; for City Clerk,
Freeman G. Teed, H. W. Edelman and
Barney Levy; for Street Superintendent,
K. BlnnnerhaßHeM, N. B. Walker, Frank
Walker, A. W. Ellis of Boyle- Heights,
Col. Miller, Col. Monford, A. R. Cnap
man, James Campbell and John Flood;
for City Engineer, Fred. Eaton and E
T. Wright; lor City Attorney, Chas. Mc-
Farland, W. E. Dunn, H. H. Appel and
A. Orfila; for City Treasurer, M. D. .
Johnson and J. FrankenUeld; for City
Assessor, J. Fisher and Henry Schwan
necke; for City Tax Collector, L. .!.
Thompson; for Police Judges, Max Loe
wenthal, W. W. Stewart, David E. Ad-
Mas, F. Cherry, B. W. Diehl, J. B. de ,
las Casas, Hugh J. Crawford, M. Off-ens,
E. F. Singleterry and R. C. 0. Ben
jamin; Counoilmen, First Ward, C. N.
Earl; Second Ward, C. E. Day, G. (it I
Ford, H. C. Register, J. M. Skinner, G |
A. Stiloon and J. M. Frew; Third Ward, ,
J. H. Book, J. C. Bvram and
J. T Fosmir; Fourth Ward, W. ,
8. Moore and Dr. H. Sinsabaugh;
Seventh Ward, Peter Short and J. T. ,
Brown; Eighth Ward, A. A.-. Dixon and
Theo. Summerland; Ninth Ward, R. B ,
Young, J. W. Browning and R. E. ;
Wiesching.
The Democratic party is working in
harmony, and an effort is being made to '
find the men best suited to the office.
There are very few, comparatively, who
are seeking office, and, as a general rule, -
the names of those mentioned below
have .been brought forward by friends.
Mentioned in connection with the norn
ination for Mayor are the names ol
Mayor Bryson and J. B. Lankembim.
The latter gentleman will accept tbe
nomination if it is tendered him notwith
standing the report to the contrary which
was circulated yesterday. Following are
the names of several who were named
yesterday: For Street Superintendent:
M. C. Marsh, Captain A. W.
Barrett, Matt Carr and J. W. Drown;
for Tax Collector, John L. Mansfield
and A. W. Barrett; for City Treasurer,
John K. McMannis and Captain A. W.
Barrett; for City Clerk, W. S. Waters.
M. F. Stiles, and W. L. Price; for City
Auditor, Geo. Herrman; for City En
gineer, J. H. Dockweiler and W. T.
Lambie; for City Attorney, Sam Hamil
ton, Max Loewenthal, J. S. Dupuy,
Judge Bearden, G. W. Glowner and D
J. Lewis; for City Assessor, R. Bil
derrain, Phil Gaffey and Joe Davidson ;
Police Judges, W. Crawford. M. B. Har
rison and Thomas Rutledfte; Council
men First Ward, James Hauley ; Second
Ward, J. J. Hanford, R Ashley and E.
F. Kubel; Third Ward, R. C Guirado, I.
Norton, Chas Gassen and Dr. Brvant;
Fourth Ward, V. Ponet; Fifth Ward,
Thomas B. Brown; Sixth Ward, Capt
A. F. Mackay; Seventh Ward, A. Mc-
Nallv and B. Cohn; Eighth Ward, P. N
O'Donnell, P. Keenan, P Ballade, H. T.
D. Wilson and G. Stephenson; Ninth
Ward, E. R. Threlkeld and M. T. Col
lins.
Some names may have been omitted
in the list, but they will be published at
a later date.
THE PROHIBITIONISTS.
The City Central Committee of the
Prohibition party met last night, with
Mr. J. H. Blanchard in the chair and
Mr. A. O. Daman as Secretary. It was
decided that tbe members of the com
mittee and nominees should have charge
of the party interests in the wards in
which they reside. The Chairman and
Secretary were instructed to have tbe
tickets printed and properly distributed.
Messrs. 8. A. Widney, F. M Porter,
J. H. Blanchard and Captain Wood were
appointed as a committee to draw up an
address for distribution. Mr. W. D
Gould moved that the pastirs of the
nhurehes be requested to preai:h Prohi
bition sermons, und that a night be set
tside for Prohibition meetings in all the
churches. Carried.
Mr. 8. A. Widney introduced a resolu
ion to the effect that "The City Central
'ommittee expresses its belief in the
xuccess of the campaign, with the full
confidence and support of the party,
FIVE CENTS.
without any dissension and with tbe
full confidence of all true temper
ance reform people, and that we
can confidently ask the support
' of all the temperance voters of the city
on the ground that we have no dissen
sion in our ranks, and that we have a.
platform and ticket worthy of their sup
port." AcJopted.
The meeting then adjourned until
Tuesday evening next, after it bad been
decided that all of its meetings should
! be public.
A shrewd and smooth member of the
Oro Fino Club is playing a very slick
gamein poliies. He has a labor bureau
formed in the interest, ostensibly, of
working men. He has proenred a good
many subscriptions and hopes to reap s
large personal reward for his devotion to
the cause of labor. He will have a big
labor turnout this evening—of course
in the interest of the working man.
Voters will do well' to keep their eye on
Mr. Fehneman's scheme. He is re
ported as saying that he will get at least
700 votes for the Republican ticket out of
this cunning fake. St is a patent fact to
all beholders that Mr. Fehneman has
much more interest in tbe Republican
cause than he has in the cause of labor.
Democrats will do well to be wary of his
greatf "ree labor bureau and see that
they are not duped.
HKWB MOTHS.
The first ball of the Letter Camera'
Mutual Aid Association will' be given at
Tumverein Hall, on February 22d.
City Clerk Stiles has received a letter
from Secretary of State W. G. Hendricks
saying that on February sth tbe Charter
of the City of Los Angeies was-filed in his
office.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $23 183, and were 89 in
number. Of these 35 werefor more than
$1,000 each, and 15 were for nominal
considerations.
The San Bernardino County Citrus Fair
will commence on Wednesday neat and
will continue for a week. It will' be held
in the Van Dorm block, on Third street,
San Bernardino.
John P. White, a well-borer; living in
East Los Angeles, was struct by an en
gine on the Santa Fe yesterday evening,
and thrown from the track. His left arm
was broken, and soveral deep cuts were
inflicted upon his bead.
On Wednesday last the matron' of the
Girls' Home was thrown from a street
car, at the corner of Jefferson and Main
streets. The car stopped, and she was
about to get off, when it suddenly started
and threw her to the ground. She was
conveyed to her borne by Mrs. Watson,
and her injuries were so 6evere that her
right side is paralyzed.
P. G. M. W. Barnes, of tbe A k O. V.
W. of San Francisco, is making a tour of
Southern California and will be in Los
Angeles to-morrow evening, at which
time he will meet with Gerroania Lodge,
No 241, at its ball, No. 75 North Spring
street. All Master Workmen in good
standing are invited to be present.
A meeting of the Scotchmen of Los An
geles will be held on Tuesday eveng at 8
p. h., at the law offices of Barbara,
Stewart & Rutledge, rooms 15' and 16,
Allen block, corner Spring and Temple
streets, for the purpose of orgaaizing an
order of Scottish clans. All those inter
ested in the movement are cordially in
vited to attend.
Mr. C. W. Boucher, the manager of
tbe Chicago Times, who has come here
for the benefit of his health, it greatly
enamored of our climate and delighted
with the beauties of our country. Like
all who see Los Angeles the first time,
he is astonished at the size of our city
and marvels at tbe magnificent develop
ment of the county. He believes that a
section so richly endowed by nature has
a future of untold possibilities before it.
P. N. O'Djnnell, the old-time foundry
man, is out as a candidate for nomina
tion by the Democrats as Councilman
for the Eighth Ward. OVDonnell is an
energetic and progressive citizen, and
mis contributed in no small degree to
tbe building up and beautifying of the
city. Besides that, he is a sterling Dem
ocrat and, if successful, will make a
good and reliable member of the
Council.
Depot Jot till IT*.
The office of General Superintendent of
the Union Pacific has been abolished.
There were 275 people on the Santa Fe
excursion to Coronado yesterday morn
ing.
Coast Agent McCormick, of the Rock
Island road, has gone for a trip to San
Diego and will return on Monday.
A train from San Pedro yesterday
afternoon brought in nine carloads of
potatoes from the North for Los Angeles.
Mr. L. J. Kyes, tbe able Passenger
Agent for the California Central and
California Southern, has gone to San
Diego.
The Southern Pacific officials announce
that the new time-card regulating the
train service into the Wolf skill depot
will be ready on Monday.
The earnings of the Atlantic ana Pacific
for the third week in Januirv amounted
to $69,546, a decrease of $8,05 a over the
corresponding period last year.
The Ukiah extension of the San Fran
cisco and North Pacific road was com
pleted yesterday, and regular passenger
irains will commence running imme
diately.
Freight and Passenger Agent H. B.
Wil kin s, Chief Clerk Mao Mi Han and
Assistant Treasurer OrdboSF, all of the
Santa Fe. left on yesterday afternoon's
train for San Diego.
The following dispatch was received
yesterday at the Burlington office: "A
new time-cafd on the Pacific overland
takes effect on Sunday. East-bound pas
sengers will arrive at Chicago at Ba. m.
instead of 10 as heretofore."
Tbe 'I urnera' Ball.
The masquerade ball given by the
Turners in their hall on Spring street last
night was, as is usual with the under
takings of the members of the craft, a
huge success. The floor was literally
packed with merry-makers, and to an
onlooker the scene was both picturesque
and_ interesting, inasmuch as great
originality was shown in some of
the costumes. Tableaux interspersed at
' intervals made a pleasant prelude to the
hall proper, which was commenced
about 11 o'clock and lasted into the
I "witching hours." The officers of the
' evening worked hard and skilfully, and
I the whole affair went off from first to last
i without a hitch.

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