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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI. —NO. 1.3. AMUSEHIENTS. ,• iRAND OPERA HOUSE. vT H. C. V.'yaty, Lessee and Manager. WEEK OF FEBRUARY 11th, 1889. Engagement of the Popular Comedian, fll K. JOS. K. EJIHIET, : In his Comedy Creation— OUR FRITZ! Supported by an excellent Dramatic Company. Mr. Emmet will Introduce his original songs and dnrces: also the newiv purchased $5,000 , Prise Dog, PLINLIMMON. the largest and band- , somcst St. Bernard dog in the world. Prices—2sc , 50c, 760 and $1. f6td LOS ANGELEB THEATER. H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. SUNDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 17th. 1 Around tbe World. In 80 niuutea, —A — Descriptive lecture of History, Travel, Art and , Mythology. —BY— •Tins. MAY RtUZAHT.: Who bas recently returned Irom ex'ensive : travels in the Old Wurld. Illustrated by tbe ROYAL PHOTO-OPTIOON. ' One hundred beautiful dissolving views twenty feet, squnre acrnrntelv illusirating the I most historical p sees in the w rid. Pilc=b2sj., 50c. and 75c. Box office now open fl2 LOB ANGELES THEATRE. H. C. Wyatt, Lessco and Manager. Owing to the brll iant success of the popular j .OAULETON OPERA COMPANYi They will appear at this tbe-ter i SUNDAY', MONDAY AND TUEfJAY. j PRKSKIITIWG Sunday, Feb. 10th, Carleton's famous 1 MIKA D ! J Monday.Fcb.llth, Alfred Collier's musical gem, , It O X «» T II ¥ I Tuesday, Feb. 12th, by special request, I E H fll 1 N I E ! W. T. CARLETON 80 ASSOCIATE ARII3TB 60 J Grand Choruses! Gorgeous Costumes! } Seats now on sale. 17 LOS ANGE ES THEATER. j U. C. Wy.tt, Lessee and Manager. » 4 MGHTB, COMMENCING FEBRUARY 13. I AND SATURDAY MATINHE, Ft st appearance of the j ROYCE & I, ANSI NO ' j iTICSIVAL, COMEDY COMPANY. '■ —WE HAVB— j The Funniestof Comedinns! i The Brightest of Sonbrettes! j A full Mandolin Orcbc-tra! t Tbe Spanish Troubadours! 1 Vocal and Ocarina Quartet*! Guitar, Zither and Banjo Players! | Music, Comedy, Burlesque and Opera. . POPULAR PBICES-Evening Prices: 25c, t SOc. aud 75c. Matinee Prices: 25c and s(ic , Scats now on sale at box office. I7td CiAUroKMA PUU Museum & theater < j Nortb Main street, near First. Doyle <& Isaacs, Proprietors. ' 1 THE POPULAR FATXIfLY RESORT! I "A smile through tears is tho ral nbow of peace." WKBK COMMENCINO SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. " Moseum—C G Lawler. Tattoed Cancssian; J Blg. Lorenzo, Great Equillbi Ist; Baocho, Pben - omenal Dog; Prof. Geo M ddeu. Clever Ma- • glnlan; Punch and Judy, tho children's Do- - light, cte. Theater-Taylor Jahmes, Banjolst and Vo- - callst; Minis. Ravella, Japauese Juggler; Fox 1 Bros., Grotesque Comedians; l.'urre I * Rhine hart, ( lever Comiques; Miss Daisy Hrooks, Sing I lng Boubrette: Tommy Adims, Quaint Char- - actor Ailist, etc 1 Doors open from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. c Admission. 10c Reserved seats 10c. extra jjUFTU ANNUAL MEEIING [ —of the— s COS A NCCI.ES ATHLETIC < 1,11 II 1 AT PROSPECT PARK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22d, AT 2 P. M. Washington's Birthday. ! Foot Baees, Bicycle Races, Tugs •of - Wax, ■ Jumping, Etc. Address all communications to J J. 8. THAYER, 47 8. Spring street. t ■ 3td ■- TRASHING TON GARDENS. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. OPEN EVERY DAY. I SACRED CONCERT every Sunday ofternoon from 2 to 5, by the celebrated Hungarian Or chestra. I After Concert, a SOCIAL DANCE will be given. Come and see the Ostriches, and at the same tame bear some soul-stirring music. Admls-lon, 15 rents; Children, accomp anted by parents. 10 cents. Good order mainlined. flltf liURBT-OLABS FREE ENTERTAINMENT I AND CONCERT. VIE N NA iIC FFET, Corner Main and Requeua streets. Every Evening and Sunday afternoon. CELEBRATED HUNGARIAN SOLOIBTO. Fine Hungarian Kitchen in connection. BACRED CONCERT every Sunday Afternoon ct Washington Garden. ja2 tf WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD vortfsements under the lollowing heads Inserted at the rate of 5 cents per lino for eaoh Insertion PERSONAL.. clairvoyant. 28 8. Spring, room 15. ]29-tf IVORCi. ANL~CRIMINAL LAW A SPECI alty. Advice free. W. W. HOI.COMB At torney. 11 Temple street. Room 10-12 ] 29-tf ORDaN BROS . OFIwITsPRINU ST.. ARE m ,ki< g the cheapest c'othes in the city, in order to make room for their coming spring and summer goods. j^HL «PK«I|«JL NItI'ICES. Hill aye. Hours: 9a. M. to6:dor. M, 127-lm* MBS. JOHNHON—CARD READER, 50 oents; ladies only, rear 225 S. Sicbel St., E. L. A. f!2 7t* TO LEAN--FINE STOCK RANGE, 16,000 acrer /ell watered- $1,200 per annum. R. W. PO DEXTER. 19 W . First st. j2O-lm ELANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR COT taxes. $10; for B room houses, $15. J. FRIED NDBR, Architect, 23 N. Spring st 824 12m MBS. DB. FBBNCH — THE BENOWNED fortu c teller. This woman t-lis wonder ful things. She also brings troubled parlies together. Boom 6, 221 8. Main st fl2 7l* DEVELOPMENT OF LAND—I AM PRE pared to clear and p'ow land in Antelope Valley on tbe most reasonable terms. JAM hs B. ALLEN, Rosamond, Cal. Js29 lm* RB. SEAL CURES ALL CHRONIC 1)18 -ea.es; euros use of tobacco In any form, lororoplum; cure of tobacco guaranteed or no pay; sittings dally. No 306 8. Main st. Ja2B lm* KB. E. IRELAND WOULD BESPECT fuI'y announce that she bas secured the agency for he Schultz German Compounds and has prepared herself to givelnstt notions In the celebrated Saline Capelne Bath and Trlpsis Treatment of the Hair, and will give employ ment to 100 ladles and gentlemen. A cordial invitation is given to the sick aud those wish ing their hair cleaved or renovated to call at once and try tbe new methods. Office—Room 15, over postoffice. Office hours, irom 2 to 9 p. M. lm ItIEETINU NOTICES. LIPKtMAL MEETING, I.U-. A.MiHI.hS » i 3 Lodire, No 42, E. <Si A M .Tuesday, Keb 12 li.ni 1 o'clock p. M .for the pur- W pose of attoi (llur the funeral of our deceased Brother Rudolph Kfilim-y ' v Members are requested to attend Visiting brethren coidlaliv invited to attend. liy order of the W. M. I). J. CAKK, 118 It BsCTetarr, LOST AND r.IUND. HO shoeß. branded "Y." Return to A. OR KILA, 11 W. First St., ai d receive rewnrd. f!2 4t LOB I - —MEMORA NDUM BOOK, EITHER "(JN or in the vicinity of Washington St.. or urand aye. The ttnder will bs rewarded by re turning -arne to WARREN & McLEAN, Los Angeles Tbeatre Building. f 12 It* LOST — GRAY HORSE WITH SPANISH brand; also small blank mare, shoe on right Iron* foo .white strip in face,branded "X;" also brown filly with Bpunish brand on left hip. Any person giving any information will be sul-ably rewarded by writing to Downey City P. P., nox 14. fl2st* LOS I -AN ORDER BOOK BELONGING TO G. 8. 6TEMM, ol the hhilip Best Brewing Co., torn where netr Enchendia and First nt*.,' Boyle Heigh a. The finder will be suitably re warded by returntng same to 17 W. First at., <)lvn»r>lc Hal fig It* FOX KEftl-HOUSES. FOR rooms; modern improvements Cor. Fifth aud Hill sis, 224 W. Fifth. tlo4t» E~vjr~r"ent - "c SeaF houses in ail parti of the city by C. A. KUMNER A CO., 54 N. Main St. ja29 lm FOR RENT— HOnS B Of Ml NER O O >i S BEAD tifullv furnished and .-very convenience; beat part of the city. S. N.OSBORNE. Hi S. Main. f 12 31* Ijluß KENT—HOUSES IN ALL PAKTS OF JD the ciiy; a long list; yon can examine free L A. Rent.il Agency, 1 N. Fort st. J. C. IaoURNOY, Secretary. j27-lm OR BKNP — NBW 6 ROOM OOTTAOE] #17 50; 4-rooui house, *1">; 3 rooms and bvh, $15; 2 rooms, $10. all water paid. BY RAM & POINDEX .EK.I9 W. First st Ja3olm O&~KiST—W HyTaY^eIst"w HEN $30 per mouth will nay principal and interest in well located oott»gesT We have 3 new bouses for sale on these terms: only $150 cash required. BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First, at. jaSQ 1 m FOB HEHT--lIOU9IS. 8T ntamon": cA^KoTcXk'un nished rooms apply to MRS. MARY iiOEHME, Ocean aye., next to "Tho Lawreuco." 15 f I no R RENT- N(' elyT URN IBH ei> ROOMS, ) close in, a No 417 Wall St., near Fonrtb: Hl»o excf U»n- tal 1«- b ,»"d, ft) 10" FIIK ItEN'l VII.HI.S A Nil HOII,MS. ' o^lTi?NT^nrA7^7aE~^rfoßE^T6w rent. N'> 202 S Spring st. Apply WM Mc- ' LEAN. 2 doors north. f2tf FOR RENT—¥"l^itis~ANl) _ OFFICES AT I r-duced ratjs. L A Rental Agency. 1 N. Fortgr J. <:. H.OnROY, Secretary. 127-lm | OR RENT-STORES ON MAIST SPRING. ! fort and other streets; hotels, apartments, houses etc. A. L. TEELE, cor. Second aud Fort s's. jals fjlOR RENT-- PART OF BTORE~6~N TpRING ' 1 st.; very dcs rable location. Apply at the • LOS aNGEtFS OPTICAL INSTITUTE, 133 8. Spring st fstf OK EKNI^BUILDuIQ8 _ TNir' STORES IN all restrablu locations by C. A. SUMNER & 00..54 N. Mainst ja29 lm •ifato., KfSNIMBTO RES ON MaTnT SPRING, ™ Fort and other streets; hotols, apartments, homes, etc. A. L. TEELE, corner Second and Port st*. f2tf r«»H KEVr—MISCELLANEOUS. REBTAU ! rant, complete; now rui>ning. Only re -ponsible parties need apply. 241 B Spring .t. U0 3t* WANTRII- MTI7ATIONR. W~ - tion to do coolc, h .use or outside work. Address COOK, box 100 his ofllee. fl2 2t* WANTED— A SITUATION AS NURBE~GIKI , or to do sewing at a dressmaker's. Ad dress "J. B," this cine-. fl2 2i* QHOKTHAND—WANTED A B'TCJATION AS c irrespond 'Bt or private secretary W , box 1 910. Lo« A"gele» fl'2 It* WAHIHiI-IIIINCI'.I.I.AIV 1 Ol S. TO FRAME. CHEAF est place at BURNS'. 231 S. Bprlngst. tOH SAi.K. and 3HO 8 mth Spring-st.. fine ash bedroom sets forslo, mahogany sets for $17, cherry sets •or i 2O, painted SHts, $10 aud $12. lounges, $5 >nd $6 and $10. Get prices ot all furniture and carpers at Rice's, f< r there is a drop along the entire line. Men must se'l. flo-7t t'OH KALE- Vlty Props" V • EAT BARGAIN—COTTAGE six rooms, bull. ElegHntly furnished. Parties leaving city. Blame St., third house S. of Te v i h. UP Ot* FOR SALE—A FOUR BOOM COTTAGE ON the Installment p an; houses bui t. on the Installment plan. B. N. WALTON, Mottt House, 25 Davics st. fI2 7t» FOR SALE-$25 CA3H AND $10 PER MONTH buys a lot on horse car line; 30 minutes from center of city; prices $290 to $500; pan water free; cheaper than rent. A. L. TEELE, igent, Second snd Fort sts. ja 2tf FOR B\l E-LOOK AT THIh! A BIG SNAP! lot 54xlt>0 to alle-. bo'ise young iron tfoes, flowers, hedge, large chicken corrals. Mast sell a' once, only $800 Sixth home i orth from Wa-hii g'i.n St. on Denverave. Tafce Olive and Washington st. car. f!2 3i* FV)R BALE-K.SY INSTALMENTS, WILL take trade for small p 'ition; new 0 room bouse, $1800; 4-room house, $1750; 5 room house, $1750; all well located; $20 per month and Interest. BYRAM & POINDKXTEK, 19 W. First st. )a3O 1 m Hk» NAliK—Onuniri Property. FOR SALE—I6O ACRES OF OHO CS LAND 3 miles south of Cueamonga nt your owu price. BIG. WOLFF, 210 N. Main St. ]26tl FOR SALH—FINE GRAZING LANDS IN VEN tura oonntv, well watered and easy ol ac cess, $5 to $12 50 per serf, in tracts to suit. R W. POINDEXIKB, 19 W. First st, Los An geles. J a3O lm FOR SALE—BM ALL FARMS, 10 MILEB FROM Los Angeles, 1 and 2 miles fiotn railroad sta tion, 3 miles fr"m luglewood; laud all sown to barley; 5,10,20 acres c more If desired: we have 4 80a>,:resof this land for sale, In tracts to suit, and on very easy terms; ptlces from $00 to $200 per acre; we know of no other land of this qualttv that can be bought in that neiahborbood 'for any sucb prices. For full pa» ticnlars inquire of BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First st. f7 lm THK JUBTJPA LAND AND WATER OOM pany oilers a six thousand acre tract; will te.l in forty acres lots; sitnated three miles north west from Rowell Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with a good water right of one miner's inch of water to every seV"n aud one half acres of land, for theextremtly low prl c ol one hundred and twenty-five doHars ($125) per acre. One-quar ter down and balance to suit buyers' conven ience. The land Is level and in a beautiful ' sheltered "alley, and Is tho best orange land In ; Southern California. Commission paid to agents. Addre-f MILLS & CRAWFORD, 18 Conrt st, Los Angeles; CUNNINGHAM & CO., ;Bm Bernardino; or A. B. MEBEBVE Nortb I Pomona. j3O-3m , : «K(iHlliil'<B. W' . St. n2tf : /IHAB W. DAVIS, ARuHITEOT. ROOMB >\j 3 and 4. D iwney block. Los Angeles. j22t' . /iEO. F. COSTERIt-AN, ARCHITECT, BOOMS ,IT 21. 11. 2» « Hp.lTigiit Los Angeles. )12t' 1 SHI I IAI.INTS, t Hf 8. JONES, M. D., EYE. i i»I. nose aud throat diseases a st'e.«BJß»> 1 clalty: 23 yesrs' expericnee. BsntaI«B»»i Ana,CaL nl7 2m* SSBT TUESDAY MOKNING. FEBRUAKY 12, 1889. j TO EXdHIHUE. CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN PROPERTY for exchange. MoDONALD, room 8 Wilson Block, corner of Spring and First sts. ja22tf TO^^X^ICANGE— THE BEST~~BANtT ANA and San Fernando Valley lands for first class Eas'e-n city or farm property. Address owner, room 6. Allen block, Los Angeles. 112 tf mo EXCHANGE—LYRffiE~DOUBLE HOT/IS, JL 18 rooms, well located, for good farm near city. BYRAM <i POINDEXTER, 19 W. First nt. ja3o lm T~ b" EXCHANGE—LOS~ANGELf:B~ciTY OR aero property, good store property in Kan sas. Call on or address J. R. MBSSERLY, 314 Hopo st, Los Angeles. 16 7* mO EXCHANGE-4500 PIECES OF PROP JL erty, bouses, lots, ranches, Eastern prop erty, business property, mortgages, merchan dise, etc , etc. Exchange Headquarters. J. C. WILLMON. W First, at.. fl lm* UCSINESN CHANCES FOR SALIC?—IbUICH ye rs. App'y cor. First and Alameda. 171 m* OR BALE—A " Cr7)c"iCEb7y business, very cheap. Apply to W. J. GUTHRIE, San Bernardino. f2 lm* FOR SALE—THE BEST LOCATED CIGAR stand in city; making big money. Apply to BARNBTT & CO., cor. Los Angeles and Com mercial sts. 19tf OR SALE—WITKT $75~~T0i~INVEbT, ANY lady can secure a pleasant, light and pay ing occupation; time four hours per day, five days each week. Address ' H," this office. fl2tf Tj>oß SALE —A WELL ESTABLISHED NEWS, P cigar and stationery business in a near by town at a bargain; good chance for an invalid with small means. Address Jackson, this office. _j f7tf AT'TENTIOnT SPECULATORS! — CHOICE business property at a sacrifice; lor the next 10 days, 3 fine business lots on San Pedro at., cor. E. Second, at $118 per front foot; also 3 choice residence lots on Oak and Maple sts., near Washington, at low prices. For particu lars call at 209 East Fifth st. J. W. Wl! SON, agent. lals lm M *••'<) vristNAt. C>BENCH AND GERMAN TAUGHT BY MISS JO Perrett Address Mrs. Gray, 16 Mayo st. 17 7* NIGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANGBLXS BUSINESS College and English Training School. 38, 40 and 42 S. Main St., near Second. D. B. WIL LIAMS. Prln. jl6tf OT. MATI'HKW'S HALL, BAM MATBO, OAL KJ A Church School for boys, under military discipline; twenty third year; prepares for col lege or for business. Send for catalogue. REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A., Principal. jal9tf 08 ANGELEB~ BUSINJtSS COLLEGB~ AND English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 8. Main st, near Second. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prln. ] 30t mHE LOS~ ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF JL Music, No. 406 8. Main St. Complete course either in music, art, language or elocu tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE. President. SIG. A. FARINI'S MUSICAL STUDIO, No. 151 S. Hill st. Pupils prepared for the operatic aud concert stage; alsooratorio. Class lessons of thtee and four at reasonable rates. Reception hours, 2 to 3 r. at. daily. d2l tf T. HILDA'S HALL JOF GLENDALE — A Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Glen dale. Accommodates 100 pupils. Fnll corps of teachers. Por circulars apply at school, or city office. 75 North Spring street. BEY. THOS. W. HA SKINS, Acting Rector. j27-tf CiroODBUBY'S BUSttfBM OQU&ai " BHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 Booth Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal i SESSIONS DAY and evenins. For particulars, call at office or address. s2O-ly F. 0. WOODBURY. Principal. EXCURSIONS. 'j monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas City and Chicago FREE Bleeping accommoda tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring St., Los An geles. f!2tf ENVER~~AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK Island route excursions will leave i.or Angeles every Tuesday. Tourist Bleeping cars elegantly equipped, free of charge. Call or ad dres, F. W. THOMPSON. 110 N. Spring st. f3-tf EXCURSION-!—THROUGH CARS TO 1 Chicago. Only one change to Boston. Con ductors and porters accompany all parties. Leave Los Angeles Jannary 10th and 24th, February 7th and 21st, March 7th and 21st A. PHILLIPS & CO., 44 N. Spring St., Los An geles, CaL j 27-tf WALTERS~SELEOT EXCURSIONS TO ALL points East. Through cars to Chicago, elegantly and completely equipped, free of charge. Our next parties leave Los Angeles Jannary 29th, February 12th and 26th. For tickets, berths, and further information, call on or address L. M. WALTERS, 19 N. Bpring St., or 51 N. Spring st., Los Angeles. ja2s ""■*—""""™" r I ITIHE POPULAR BUR- X lington Route excur sions of last season will be resumed Thursday, Febru ary 28, 1889. Reservations are now being made. For iniormation call on or ad dresß J. B. QUIOLEY, 1,..., —.. J! Agent, No. 112 N. Spring St.,"Los Angeles, Cal. flOtf SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH excursions to New York, Boston and Phila delphia. Elegant new tourist carl with ladles' dressing room and lavatory: stoves with im proved heaters for making tea and coffee; com plete equipment of cushions, beddlng.curtains. etc,; uniformed colo' ed porters; 8. P. Co.'3 party conductors ro 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 thronijh the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir mingham, Cnattanooga, Cincinnatti, etc. Quick time, direct connections. Excursions leave Los Angeles December 16:h and 30th , 1888,; January 13t , February 3d and 17th; March 3d, 17'h and 31st; April 14th; May 6th and 19th, 1889. For further particulars call on or wire any of tbe agencies of the SOUTHERN PACIEC COMPANY in Southern California, orC. F.BMURR, Assistant General Passenger Agent foutberu Pacific Company, No. 202 N. Main st.. Los Angeles, ''a!. ]13 5m I'iNANCIAC. TO SUIT. F. C. ANDERBON, 28 N. Spring. j*2tf MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78 Temple }22tf MONEY TO LOAN-IN LARGE OR SMALL amounts on first-class mortgages by C. A. SUMNER <fc CO., 54 N. Main st. ja29 lm C*r/iA AAA TO LOAN —A. J. VIELE, SbOuUjUUU room 1, Now Wilson Bnild- Ing, First and Spring. Jal3tf MONEY TO LOAN—IN SUMS TO BUIT. ON gilt edfod seourlty. W. S. WATERS, room 2,117 New High st. flOtf ffiKTi f\f\f \ TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS JjOU.UUV mortgages. 10 per cent. net. BY BAH & POINDEXTER. 19 W. First St laaati LOS ANGELES REAL ESTATE AND FTNAN ciaI Agency, 1 N. For st, loans money at low rates in round sums. J. 0. FLOURNOY, Secretary. 127.1 m /"IRAWFORD 5 McCREERY, ROOM 10, OVER I/Los Angeles National Bank. Loan ISO to 150,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy notes, mortgages aud contracts. j2ot* ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON improved property at rrsrrent rates; large sums at very low rates. POMBBOY <Sc GATES, 16 Court St. lal6tf ONEY~ TO LOAN ON FIRBT-CLAS9 MORTGAGES. APPXY TO JOHN MILNER, Room 9, Baker block, Lea Angeles. f9tf ONRY 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- I son block, cos. Spring and First sts., Los An . geles. fstf MONEY TO LOAN—SAVE RENT, JOIN THE Home Building Association Build your self a home and pay for it on the installment plan. For Information apply to M. C. WEST BROOK, Secretary, room 87, Phillips block, Spring st. felo 6m DENTISTS. DB. R. St., McDonald block. jlB-tf DB. W. H. MASBER HAS REOPENED HIS dental office In rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. Hecond and Fort cts. 130-tf DENTAL INSTITUTE, COB. SPRING AND Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill ing, $1.00; amalgam filling, 50c; extracting, 25c. A regular graduate In constant attend- Ja2lM DENTISTRY —DENTAL OPERATIONS IN all branches performed at reasonable prices for good work. Rooms 6 and 7, 205H 8. bpring st- I2tf 1882—ESTABLISHED—1882. DB. L. W. WELLS, DENTIST, 23 8. SPRING st. Filling teeth painless and gold work a speciclty. Teeth extracted, with liquid gas, only safe and reliable anesthetic in use for the painless extraction of teeth. 1410 m A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING (V street. Rooms 4 and S, Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Tooth extracted without gas or air, 50 cents. Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By our new method of making teeth, a misfit is impossible. All work guaranteed. We make a specialty of extracting tooth with out pain. Office Hours from 8a.m.,t0 5 r. x. Sundays from 10 A. m. to 12 m. Night calls answered office fS-tf REGULAR PHYSICIANS. DR. DARLING "6cmJBT~"~AND iIjRIBT Offloe 25 North Main St Office Hours, 9a. nr. to 4 r. M. fltf-dAw EA. DE CAILHOL, M. D.—AT HIS BANI -• tarium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone 891. fl-tf DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN Sis ters' Hospital; VA N. Main St., rooms 1. 2 and 3. j a 27 tf CE. CLACIUS, M. D.. OFFICE, NO. 75 N . Spring st., rooms 33 and 34. Hours from 11 a. h. to 2p. k. Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases and chronic diseases In general. ja24tf DR. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR ist, 107 8 Spring ot, Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a. v. to 12 m. and 2to ja24tf MRS. DR. J. M. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS. C. K. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladies cared for during confinement. Midwifory a specialty. _ J 28 " 6 " 1 ~ DB. 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 12.2 to 5. ja24tf DR. L. GOLDSCHMIEDT—GENERAL PRAC- . ticing physician; late of New York; twenty years private an 1 hospital experience. Offico, 23 South Spring street, room 12; residence, 1 Emerson House, 415 South Olive street: tele phone (office) 1019. Specialty: Diseases of children. j27-tf M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. 8.. M. C. P. S. it O. Specialist In diseases of the head, throat and chest, including the eye, ear and heart. Oxygon, compound oxygen, nitrogen, monoxide, and other medicated inhalations, used in all diseases of tho respiratory organs Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Second and ; Borlng srreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, from 9 a. m to 4 p. M. ■ HOI*! EO PATH I NTS. EA. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE AND BEBI- ; . dence, 24 S. Spring st Hours 1 to 4 p.m. Telephone 353. jl4 DBB. BEACH & BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N. Spring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, 8 to 12 m , 1 to 4 and 6 to a p. m. Dr. Button's residence, 735 Olive st. )al9tf I' 8A AC FELLOWS, M. D.—HOMEOP ATHIST Office Hours—ll to 12 A. «., 2 to 5 p. x„ Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Follows' Building, Los Angeles, CaL Residence 408 South Main street. f9-tf. SS. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMOSPATHIST. . Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson block, cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pearl Bt Office hours, 11 a. m. to 3p. v. Telephone Noa.: Office W97' rftalttenpe Pi 77. la24tf ATTORNEYS. vTILANIrT?"ATToT!JSE^ • or-at-Law. Office, over Los Angeles Na tional Bank, cor. First and Bpring sts. felltf ALLEN & MILLER, OFFICES, 26 AND 27, Bryson-Bonebrake Block, northwest corner Second and Spring streets. felOtf WALTER ROSE. ATTORNEY. ROOM 6 AL len block, cor. Spring and Temple sts jal4tf AB. HOTCHKIBB, ATTORNEY, BOOMS 8 . and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New High and Temple sts. i!7tf CHASE & FORRESTER, EXAMINERS OF Titles and Abstractors, Boom 35 and 36, Phillips' block. No. 1. f.Vtf REED & HEATH, OFFICE, BOOMS 28 AND 29, Brj son-Bonebrake block. All business will receive careful and prompt attention. Divorce obtained without unnecessary public ity; collections made; probate business solic ited; flltf J7IIFTH ANNUAL FLOWER FESTIVAL. The Managers of the Flower Festival Society tn preparing for their Festival of next April offer premiums as follows: SIOO for the best display of Tropical Plants SIOO for the best original design not here tofore exhibited at any Festival In this city and •SO for the second best design. Open to aU competitors. • 100 for the best kept booth and S no for the scoondbest. Open to outside towns only. They also offer SIOO for tho best plan for decorating the Festival Hall, including the ar rangement of booths: reserving the right to re ject any or all plans. All applications for floor space and intentions to compete for premiums must be made known to the committee before February 1. AU competing plans must be entered by February 15. Inquiry for particulars can be made by letter to the committee, addressed to the Woman's Home, 25 East Fourth street, Los Angeles. Committee—Mrs. E. P. Johnson, Mrs. 0. W. Blaißdell, Mrs. Melville Dozler. By order o* tho Committee. d2O flO M. M. FETTB. Reo. Sec HOMES. Finest Quality of Fruit Lands, NEAR EOS ANCECES, AT REASONABLE PBICBS AND ON LIBER AL TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS. Eight thousand acres now subdivided (17,000 acres in all) in San Fernando Valley, from 8 to 12 miles from the Plaza, into 5,10.12 and 40 acre tracts, ranging from $25 to $150 per acre, and on such liberal terms that any one can own a home. A fruitful soil, easily cultivated; a healthy and delightful climate; excellent schools and churches; two railroads. With Los Angeles markets for everything raised on the f«rm, these lands offer Inducements to settlers that cannot be duplicated. Also, a Stock Range of 1,250 acres, only four miles from city limits, at a very low figure. Can be subdivided into two or three ranges. For maps, prloea and terras apply to PROVIDENCIA LAND WATBB AND DEVEL OPMENT COMPANY, Rooms 8 and 9, Bryson & Bonebrake Block Jail 3m S. A. WIDNEY, 88 N- Main St., JBBlSXf_g£ —factory agknt fob— Babyßugg^es.etc. OF LOCAL INTEREST fhe Forgetfulness of a Supe rior Court Judge. WAS SHE MARRIED OR NOT* The Story Which a Family Qnarrel Brought to Light—The Judge Remembers. An amusing legal episode was brought to light yesterday in the chambers of one of the leading attorneys of the city. He was engaged in drawing up a complaint, when tap-tap resounded on the door, and in response to the stentorian "come in which the legal light uttered, a Mexican woman appeared on the scene, with the customary ''Buenos dias" on her lips. An inquiry as to her business elicited the remarkable response of "I want to know if I am married or not." She said that on the 4th of Janu ary last she was married, or at least she thought she was in the following manner. Her affianced took out the customary marriage license in the County Clerk's office, and then the two lovers appeared before one of the judges of the Supreme Court and requested him to tie the nup tial knot. He went through all the forms prescribed by law and finally pro nounced tbem man and wife, after which he stated that his fee for the ceremony was $10. "That is too much," said the bride groom, who is anything but a million aire. "I will give you five." "No, ten dollars is the fee," thundered the magistrate, "and I won't take less." "Well, if you won't take five, you'll get nothing at all," responded the newly made Benedick. "We are married now, and" (getting angry) "as you are so hog gish, I won't give you a cent." "Is that so?" sarcastically retorted the Judge. "All right; nomoney.no mar riage," and picking up the legal evidence of the ceremony ho put it in his pocket and shouted, "You are not married!" as the couple left the room. They took it for granted that they were, though, and started in housekeeping to gether, the bliss of their honeymoon being undisturbed, until Sunday morn ing last. Then came a little dispute, fol lowed by a squabble, and ultimately a big row, during which the male side of the house informed the lady that if she was not careful he would go away and leave her, "for," said he, "you know the judge said we are not married." Such was her distressful situation, she informed the attorney, who could scarce ly repress a smile at the ridiculousness of the affair, involving as it did the name of a Superior judge, for the paltry sum oi ten dollars. Telling his client to call again the following morning, he went over to the Courthouse to make investigations. He found the li cense ~ duly entered in the county day-book on the date she had mentioned, and then he researched through the records, but found no filing of the marriage certificate. He bad got a description of the judge from the woman, and he was certain that it must be one of two members of the bar, but for lack of time he dropped his investiga tions for the time being. Later on in the day he was telling the whole thing as a good story to a member of the frater nity, and while tbey were speculating a? to which of the two judges was the* one who had left the marriage knot in such a perplexing tangle, in dropped one of the suspected parties. "No time like the present," thought the attorney who had charge of the case, and he proceeded to tell the new arrival the story. He had not got very far along when up jumped the Judge and said, "Great Csesar I That all occurred before me ? I bad forgotten all about it." A roar of laughter from all present fol lowed, and then the Judge and counsel lor had a little private confabulation to gether, which appeared to terminate in a highly satisfactory manner. "How is it going to turn out?" asked a Herald man, a little later on. "Oh, the Beflora will go away quite satisfied after 1 have seen her to-mor row," was the reply. OFJf TO STOCKTON. G. A. R. Ilelesratea Leave for tho Encampment. A number of An gelt nos left yesterday for Stockton, to attend tbe annual en campment of tbe Grand Army of the Republic at that place, which will open on Wednesday and last until Thursday evining. Captain A. W. Barrett and Major George Gard are candidates for the Department Commandership, which it is considered probable will go to Los Angeles this year. Mr. Barrett has al ready departed for the scene of action, and most of the other Los Angeles delegates left on last night's northbound train, among the passeDgere being Major L. S. Butler, Major Gard, Captain Fletcher, Col. G. Wiley W : ell8, and General E. Bouton. On the noon train to-day will go Mr. H. H. Z. Osborne, Judge W. P. Wade, and other Post members. A number of the staff of the Women's Relief Corps will also attend the Encampment, Mesdamee Amy C. Brown, 0. L. Sterling, and Gel cich having left on last night's train. A Bash for Liberty. A carriage horse with trailing harness, but unencumbered in any other way, came dashing down Temple street at full speed yesterday morning, to the great consternation of passengers on that thoroughfare. A number of people tried to head the frightened equine off as he reached the junction with Spring street, but he eluded them all and crossing the road at full gallop collided with a horse and buggy which was standing in front of tho First National Bank. He knocked the waiting animal down and then took to the sidewalk, when he slipped, and before he could get away again was cap- 1 tured and held in bondage for his owner, who arrived excitedly a few minuteß afterward. . Celebrated Vlattor*. Two of the famous "400" of New York are at the Nadeau House, the vis itors being Mrs. Wall and her son, the celebrated Billy Wall. Billy is a brother of the equally famous Berry Wall, whose three suits of clothes a day and startling i waistcoats long since made him the Beau FIVE CENTS. B urnrrel of Gotham. Mr. Billy Wall, who ia a young man and unmarried, haa an income of $25,000 a year in his own right, every cent of which it is said he spends liberally. He looks quite ill. Mrs. Wall .creates quite a furore in the Nadeau dining-rojms on account of the magnificent diamonds she wears, a competent connoisseur estimat ii g that she had $50,000 worth of precious stones on her person when she eat down to luncheon yesterday. POLITICAL. Democratic Caucua Primaries to Be Held To-ulght. The indifferent members of the Re publican party are betting on the suc cess of the candidates for the nomina tion of Mayor. Several parties on Spring street wagered $100 to $60 that Judge Fitzgerald would get the nomination, while an hour later General Mansfield was the favorite. On Main street a bet of $15 to $10 was made that Hon. Henry Hazard would be chosen was taken. The opinion gained ground yesterday that the chances were greatly in favor of a dark horse, and the guesses as to who he would be were numerous. Outside the Mayoralty nomination, the most inter esting topic was tbe censure which was bestowed upon tho City Central Com mittee for its seeming inactivity, and the probability that it has a elate which is expected to go through with a rush. The word was passed around to vote against any slate that might put in an appear ance, and it was an open secret that several were being carried around in the ' insii.e pockets" of the Union League members. To-night tbe caucus primaries of the Democratic party will be held at the places mentioned in another column. There is no appearance of anything but harmony, and they will all pass off very quietly. The Convention will meet on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. The City Central Committee of the Prohibitionists will meet this evening at No. 11 West First street to listen to the report of the Committee appointed at the last meeting to draw up an address. It is stated that 10,000 copies of this will be sent over the city. ANOTHER UOAD GOBBLED. Another Tourist Service Haul by ru 11 intiii. Pullman has made another haul, an official private dispatch having been received in the city yester day, stating that he had gained control of the tourist business oa the Southern Pacific. This means the retirement from the traffic of Mr. Eli Denison, who has for some time past been operating the second-class cars, at a charge of fifty cents per capita per diem. The new deal shows conclusively that, as was predicted in these columns, Pnll man intends to gain control of all the western railroads,'and it whs stated yes terday that the contracts for the other lines would be closed in a fawdays. This new deal gives Pullman control of every line n aching this city, the work having already commenced on the Santa Fe. Tbe Atchison people announce that they will run each day one through tourist car without charge from San Diego to Kansas City, and one from Los Angeles to Cnicago, thuß giving Pullman two tourist cars in addition to his first-clasa equipment on every overland train over their road. As has been announced in ihese columns, Pullman's second-class rates are $3 to the Missouri River from this city, and $4 to Chicago. THE RACE OVER. Bow tbe Orange Specials Beached tbe Missouri. The race between tbe orange special trains is over, the time made to the Missouri being about the best on record 'or freight traffic. The Southern Pacific »nd Union Pacific train, which left here in Wednesday night, reached Ojden in fifty-six hours, and made the run from i bat place to Omaha in forty hours, being exactly four days from this city to ihe Missouri river. The Santa Fe special, which left San Bernardino at 3 :30 a. m. on Friday last, pulled into Kansas city at 6:30 o'clock this morning, the time for tbe run being four days and three hours. As regards the trip into Chicago, each road claims that it can make the trip from the Missouri River in the fastebt time, so it may be con sidered a "stand-off" Two more specials, one over each competing route, will leave the city on Wednesday, and two more are announced for Saturday. A Correction of a correction. For some reason the types in the local columns of the Herald seem intent on making ducks and drakes of Mr. Max Lowenthal's political aspirations. First, by some inexplicable mishap, he got into the Friday morning issue as seeking a nomination for police judge in the Re publican phalanx of office-seekers, and as wishing to be the candidate for City Attorney in the ranks of the Democracy. In correcting this error of the mis chievious miserable types, he was put in the proper ranks of the Democracy where he belongs—for Max is a true blue Democrat, and is not ashamed of it. But be was, by inference, made to be peeking the position of Police Judge. Max aims at a persimmon far above that buckeiberry. and he hag a right to aim high. Mr. Lowenthal's ambition is to serve his fellow citizens as City Attorney. He is able, henest, sober. These are the Jeffersonian tests for office seekers. Max has them all, and all well developed. To be Opened Next Week.. The official announcement is made that the new road to Santa Monica will be opened on Tuesday or Wednesday next. Two passenger trains each way daily will be put on at first and an in creased service added as the demands re quire. The line is about the same length as the Southern Pacific's, and in opening up, the same schedule time and the same rates will be isf-ued__ Cow-Bey Sport. On Washington's Birthday mere is to be a decidedly novel exhibition at the Agricultural Park. It is a tournament, or contest, between Mexican vaqueroson the one hand, and American cow-beys on the other. Their relative merits will be decided in a contest of rtding broncos and lassoing wild bulls. If the day is fine, there will undoubtedly be a largo attendance.