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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO. 136.
AMUSEMENTS.
11 HAND OPERA HOUSE.
VJT H. C. Wyatt. Levee and Manager.
One Week,
COMMENCING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18th.
Specinl Matinee Friday, Washington's
Birthday. Regular Matinee
Saturday.
Ei gageinent of I he distinguished tragedian Mr.
FRED'K WARD.:
Supported by an excellent company in
selected repertoire.
Monday and Thursday—
THE MOUNTEBANK.
Tnesdsy eveWne—
DAMON nnd PYTHIAS.
Wednesday and Friday—WM. TEI.L.
Friday Matinee—YlßGlNlUB.
Saturday Matinee—GASTON CADOL.
Saturday Night—RICHARD 111.
Pppmar Prices. fl3
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
H. 0. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
WEEK OF FEBRUARY 11th, 1889.
Engagement of the Popular Comedian,
MR. JOS. K. EMMET,
In his Comody Creation—
OUR FRITZ!
Supported by an excellent Dramatic Company.
Mr. Emmet will introduce his original songs
and dances; aUo the newly-purchased $5,0u0
Prize Dog, PLINLIMMON, the largest and hand
somest bt. Bernard dbg in the world.
Prices—2sc, 50c., 75c. and $1. f6td
LOS ANGELES THEATER.
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
SUNDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 17th.
Around tne World in SO Minutes,
Descriptire lecture of History, Travel, Art and
Mythology.
—BY—
MRS. MAY MOZART.:
Who has recently returned irom extensive
travels in the Old World. Illustrated
by the
ROYAL PHOTO-OPTIOON.
One hundred beautiful dissolving views
twenty feet squsre accurately illustrating the
most historical p aces in the world.
Prices 250., SOc. and 75c. Box office now
open. fl2
LOS ANGEL.EB THEATER.
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
4 NIGHTS, COMMENCING FEBRUARY 13.
AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
First appearance of the
ROYCE A LANSING
• MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY. ;
—WE HAVE —
The Funniest of Comedians!
The Brightest of Soubrettesl
A full Mandolin Orchestra!
The Spanish Troubadours!
Vocal and Ocarina Quartets!
Guitar, Zither and Banjo Players!
Music, Comedy, Burlesque and Opera.
POPULAR PRICES-Evening Prices: 25c,
SOc. and 75c. Matinee Prices: 25c. and 50c
Seals now on sale at box office. 1 7td
AGRICULTURAL PARK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
GRAND HOLIDAY PROGRAMME
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY,FRIDAY,FEB.22
GRAND INTERNATIONAL
COWBOY CONTEST!
—AND—
FIESTA DE VAQUEROS.
AMERICA VS. MEXICO.
EXCITING COMPETITIONS 1
REALISTIC BCENES OF FRONTIER LIFB!
GENUINE WILD BULfS
AND UNTAMED BRONCOS!
DAREDEVIL RIDING!
STARTLING FEATS OF HORSEMANSHIP!
A GREAT "ROUND-UP!"
PICKING UP OBJECTS ON A RUN!
RIDING BUCKING HORSES!
Etc., etc., etc.
VIVID ILLUSTRATIONS OF COWBOY SKILL
AND DARING!
-THE —
MOBT NOTED EXPERTS IN THE SADDLE!
EXCURSION TICKET 3 ON ALL THE ROADS.
Gates open at noon (12 M I Tournament
commences at 2:30 r. K.
Admission, 50 cents; Children, 25 cents;
Grand Stand, Extra, 25c.
ORTEGA A RODERIGUEZ, Principals.
FRED J. ENGELHARDT, Director.
fl6 7t
(CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM A THEATER
j North Main street, near First.
Doyle A Isaacs. Proprietors.
THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT!
"A tm lie through tears is the rainbow of peace."
Week Commencing Saturday, February 9.
Museum — C G Lawler. Tattocd Caucasian;
Big. 1 orenzo, Great Equilibrist; Sancho, Phen
omenal Dog; Prof. Geo Madden. Clever Ma
gician; Punch and Judy, the Children's De
light, etc.
Theater — B'lly Wetson, Musical Genius;
Mons. Ravella, Japanese Juggler; Fox Bros.,
Grotesque Comedians) Burrell & Rhinehart,
Clever Cnmlques; Miss Daisy Brooks, Singing
Sonbrette: George Thomas, Versatile Mimic.
Doors open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Admission, 10c Reserved seats 10c. extra.
JjIIFTH ANNUAL MEETING
—or THE—
:LOS ANGEI.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.
Address all communications to
J. 3. THAYER, 47 8. Spring street.
13 td
"BURST-CLASS FREE ENTERTAINMENT
JJ AND CONCERT.
VIENNA BUFFET,
Corner Main and Beqneua streets.
Every Evening and Sunday Afternoon.
CELEBRATED HUNGARIAN SOLOISTS.
Fine Hungarian Kitchen in connection.
SACRED CONCERT every Sunday Afternoon
at Washington Garden. la 2 tf
TjfTANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
TT vertiscments under the following heads
Inserted at the rate of S cents per line for each
insertion.
LOST AND FoUND.
pXAlcTr^TriE^orH"^
\j Jtunary a sorrel horse, short mane and
tall, branded on all four quarters. Owner can
have same by proving property and paying
charges. E. R CRITES, Sierra Madre fl4-st*
OST — GRAY HORSE WITH SPANISH
brand; slso small black mare, shoe on right
froht. foot white strip in face,branded "X;" also
brown filly with Spanish brand on left hip.
Any person giving any information will be
suitably rewarded by writing to Downey City
P.0.,hnx14 f!2st*
ARCHITECTS.
3 and 4, Downey block, Los Angeles. j22tf
/IKO. F COSTERIHAN,ARCHITECT,ROOMS
XX 21,32,23 8. Spring it, Lot Angeles. fl2tf
PERSONAL.
BUSINESS MEDIUM ~AND
ill clairvoyant. 28 8. Spring, room 15. J29-tf
TTivokoE AND CRIMINAL LAW A KPKCi-
I/alty. Advice free. W. W. HOI.COMB. At
torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. j 29-tf
oy2Ts7sI'RTN7rST., ARE
IT makiDg the cheapest clothes in the city, in
order to make room for their coming spring and
mi in mc r goods. f2 lm
SPECIAL NOTIOBS.
MRS.
Hill aye. Hours: 9a.h. to 0:30 r. at.
127-lm*
MRS. JOHNhON-CARD cents;
lad-.es only, rear 225 S. Sicbel St.. E. L. A.
fl2 7t*
DR. LOUIS SKlf TEST AND
healing medium will give sittings daily
at the St. Elmo Hotel for a short time. Come
and investigate. 113 4l*
TO RANGE, 16,000
acres; well watered: $1,200 per annum.
R- WVPOINDKXTEH, 19 W. First St. j2O-lm
MRS. DR. FRENCH — THE RENOWNED
JIL fortufe teller. This woman tells wonder
ful things. She also brings trrubled parties
logether. Room 6, 221 8. Main st. fl2 7t*
DE VELOPMENT OF~TaND-I AM PRE
pared to clear and plow land In Antelope
Valley on tho most reasonable terms. JAMES
B. ALLEN, Rosamond, Col. js29 lm*
MRS. SKA!. CUReVTIITCHRONIC DlS
eares: cures use of tobacco in any form,
liquor or opium; cure of tobacco guaranteed or
no pay; sittings daily. No 306 8. Main st.
ja2B lm*
MRS. E. IRELAND WOULD " RESPECT
fuIiy announce that she has secured the
agency for ihe Scbultz German Compounds
rud has prepared herself to give instructions in
the celebrated Saline Capeine Bath and Tripsin
Treatment of the Hair, and will give employ
ment to 100 ladies and gentlemen. A cordial
invitation is given to the sick and those wish
ing their hair cleaned or ronovnfed to call at
once and try tho new methods. Office—Room
15, over postoffice. Office hours, from 2to 9
P >i. f8 lm*
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
FOII
parte of the city by C. A. SUMNER A CO.,
54 N. Main st. ja29 lm
FOR RENT -HOUSES IN~ALL PARTS OF
the city; a long list; you nan examine froe.
L. A. Rental Agenoy, 1 N. Fort st. J. C.
FLOURNOY, Secretary. j27-lm
inOR RENT — NEW GROOM
! $17 50; 4-room house, $15; 3 rooms and
bath, $15; 2 rooms, $10; all water paid. BY
RAM & POINDEXiER.I9 W. First st ja3o lm
FOR RENT—WHY PAY" RENT, WHEN 830
per month will pay principal and interest
on well located cottages? We have 3 new
houses for sale on these terms: only $150 cash
required. BYRAM dt POINDEXTER, 19 W.
First St. jq3Q lm
FOR RENT--ROOMS.
SANTA MONICA —FOR^cXeaN^
nished rooms apply to MRS. MARY
IiOEHME, Ocean aye., next to "The Lawrenoe."
fslf
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED"ROOMS,
close in, at No 417 Wall St., near Fourth;
also excellent table board. f6 lm*
FOR RENT—STORES AND ROOMS.
FOR RENT
rent, No. 262 8. Spring st. Apply "WM MC
LEAN. 2 doors north. f2tf
FOR RENT—Sib RES AND OFFICES AT
reduced rates. L A. Rental Agency. 1 N.
Fort st. J. C. FLOUROY, Secretary. j27-lm
OR RENT-BUILDINGS AND~STORES IN
all desirable locations by C. A. SUMNER &
CO., S4 N. Main st j»29 lm
WAN'S ED—MALE HELP.
AiVTEl£^ ; ~Y7}r^
help in the kitches, call at Chief Cooks'
bead qua'ten, 243 l.oa Angeles St., Jennett
Block, GEO. LACOUR. f 14-6 m
wanted situations—male.
grower by s reliable young man who de
sire" to acquire some experience iv fruit grow
ing: will work for small salary and board; can
furnish good references. Address D. M. 8., 208
State st., Los Angeles. no 1*
ANTKD—A TEACHER WITH BEST OF
references, desires ro Instruct in mathe
matics, drawing and Germau language in a
nice private fsniilv for board and lodging. Ad
dress "A. B." Hep.ald office. fl3 lm
wanted biiuation■—female.
for an experienced woman: is a good
cook. Mrs. H., Vigo House, San Pedro st.
lIS 3*
ANT*D-BY TWO YOUNG GERMAN
girls, situation to dobousework or care of
children. Call or address 18 Jackson tt.
f 14-3t*
ANTED—bITUATION AS HOTEL HOUBE
keeper by an Eastern lady; 10 years' ex
perience; can give references from one of the
best hotels in New England. Address M. E. 8.,
box 100, this office. fls 3*
W «N BED— AGENTS.
AGENTS WANTED, BY THE BANKERS'
Alliance, issuinir a combined life and acci
dent policy, witbln the reach of all. A sound,
progressive corporation, managed by the best
men in Los Angeles. Liberal terms to good
men. Call on the Secretary, second floor,
Phil ips Block. f!4-2w
W ANTED—MISCELLAN UOUS.
AfcTED—A GOOD MECOND-HAND PIANO.
A. C. STEVENS, 10 W. First St. f 14-st*
ANTED—ALL KINDS OF BIRDS WANTED
at 128 South Spring at. 113 7t
ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME. CHEAP
eBt plooe at BURNS'. 231 8. Springst.
ANTED—A LIGHT HORSE, WAGoN AND
harness cheap for cash. Call at 11 S. Los
Angeles St. f!5 2*
TO EXCHANUE.
for exchange. MCDONALD, room 8 Wilson
Block, corner of Spring and First sts. ja22tf
O EXCHANGE—THE BEST SANTA ANA
aud San Fernando Valley lands for flrst
olass Eas'ern city or farm property. Address
owner, room 6. Allen block, Los Augeles.
112 tf
HOUSE,
18 rooms, well located, for good farm near
city. BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First
at. ja3o lm
T.RY GOODS FOR EXCHANGE—STOCK OF
1 1 dry goods for exchange for improved or un
improved real eßtate. City property preferred.
No commissions to be paid. Address B. C,
Herald office. fl4tf
O EXCHANGE-4500 PfEOES OF PROP
erty, houses, lots, ranches, Eastern prop
erty, business property, montages, merchan
dise, etc .etc. Exchange Headquarters. J. C.
WILLMON, W. First st. fl lm*
TO EXCHANGE-I WANT TO MOVE TO
the country, and will exchange my lunch
and candy business for a small ranch near the
city. Apply to J. M. BPENCE,46 8. Springst.
fls 4*
O EXCHANGE - HOUSE, 2-STORY, 8
rooms: one block from new Courthouse;
price 910,000. Want Improved piece in suburbs
or Pasadena and $3000 cash. J. C. WILLMON,
128% W. First st 116 2*
TO EXCHANGE-GOOD STOCK OF HARD
ware for land all clear. Call at our agent*,
MCCARTHY'S OAL. LAND OFFICE, 115 W.
First st. f!6 2t
TO EXCHANGE—I6O ACRES LAND, EAST
era Kansas, clear, and some cash, for small
house and lot Inside; prefer southwestern part
ot city; no boom price entertained. J. C.
KURTZ, W. First St., roomy. f!5 3*
O EXCHANGE—HOUSE AND LOT IN VERY
best residence part, of Cleveland, Ohio, clear,
and some cash, if necessary, for house and lot,
prefer Figueroa, Pearl or Adams st, or smsll
bnslness block; prices mnst be down or no use
calling. J. C. KURTZ, 116% W. First st„
room 9. 'I 5 3*
h"uBiness"ohancTks
ye rs. Apply cor. First and Alameda. 17 lm*
OR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS CROCKERY
business, very cheap. Apply to W. J.
| GUTHRIE, Ban Bernardino. f2 lm*
Fob sale-fTne BUTCHER BUSINESS. Do
ing $30,000 a year: books oneu lor lnspee
t tlon. Address B , box 50, this office. 116 10*
SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 16, 1889.
BUSINESS CHANCES—Continued-
I/lOR
F stand in city; making big money. Apply
to BARNETT & CO., cor. Los Angeles and Com
mercial sis. lilt f
FOR SALE—A WELL ESTABLISHED NEWS,
oigar and stationery business in a near by
town at a bargain; good chance for no invalid
with small means. Address Jackson, this office.
f7tf
FOR SALE—WITH $75 TO INVEST, ANY
lady can secure a pleasant, light and pay
ing occupation; time, four hours per day, 8»e
days eacn week. Address "H," this office.
f!2tf
BUSINEBB CHANCES—BEST CHANCE IN
Southern Calilornla for general store;
rent free for three months to live man; open
for a few days. PRINTZ & NORTON, "Sudden
Sellers," 19 W. First st. fl4-3t*
FOE BALE—A DRUGSTORE IN SOUTHERN
Cslitomia with fresh stock of well-selected
drugs and fancy goods and new and modern
fixtures. Is dolug a profitable business and a full
investigation is invited. Best of reasons for
selling. A bargain, if sold at once. For par
ticulars address H. F. PRIEN, Druggist, Coro
nado Beach. San Diego county, Cal. fl3 2w
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE— GOOD CARRIAGE
and saddle horses at the Turf Stables. Sev
enth St., near Pearl. fl6 3*
FOR SALE OR RENT—A HOUSE of 18 FUR
nished rooms. Centrally located; low
rent: moderate piice; good terms. 411 N.
Main st. 114 7t*
FOR SALE—THIS WEEK, AT RICE'S, 328
and 330 South Sprlng-st.. flue <uh bedroom
sots for $16, mabogauv sets for $17, cherry sets
for $20, painted sets, $10 and $12. Lounges,
$5 end $6 and $10. Get prices of all furniture
aud carpets at Rice's, for there is a drop along
the entire line. Men must sell. flo-7t
FOR SALE—City Property.
ffliKK nil PEB FRONT FOOT-ADAMS ST.,
WOO.W near the Park, 200x189 feet, or in
lots to suit. Formerly sold at $100 per foot.
J. C. FLOURNOY, No. IN. Fort st. fIS-tf
TjlOR SALE—A FOUR ROOM COTTAGE ON
V the installment plan: houses bui't on the
installment plan. R. N. WALTON, Mofflt
House, 25 Davies st. fl2 7t*
FOR SALE—EASY INSTALMENTS, WILL
take trade for small pnition; new 6-room
house, $1800; 4-room house, $1750; 5-room
house, $1750; all well located; $20 per month
and interest. BYRAM A POINDEXTER, 19
W. First st. ja3olm
1«k SALE—Country Property.
FOR SALE—I6O ACRES OF CHOICE LAND
3 miles south of Cuoamonga at yonr own
prloe. SIG. WOLFF, 210 N. Main St. j26tf
FOR SALE—FINE GRAZING LANDS IN VEN
tura oountv, 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. js3o lm
FOR SALE—SMALL FARMS, 10 MILES FROM
Los Angeles, 1 and 2 miles from railroad sta
tion, 3 miles from Inglewood; laud all sown to
barley; 5,10, 20 acres or more If desired: we
have 480 acres of this land for sale, In tracts
to suit, and on very easy terms; prices from
$90 to $200 per acre; we know of no other land
of this quality tbat can be bought in that
neighborhood for any such prices. For full par
ticulars inquire of BYRAM & POINDEXTER,
19 W. First st. 17 lm
THE JURUPA LAND AND WATER COM
pany offers a six thousand acre tract; will
cc.l in forty acres lots; situated three miles noith
west from Rowell Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with
a good water right of one miner's inch of water
to every sevon and one half acres of land, for
the extreme!ly low price oi one hundred and
twenty-five dollars ($125) per acre. One-quar
ter dowD and balanco to suit buyers' conven
ience. The land is level and In a beautiful
sheltered valley, and is tho best orange land In
Southern California. Commission paid to
agents. Address MILLS & CRAWFORD, 18
Court St., Loa Angeles; CUNNINGHAM & CO.,
San Bernardino; or A. R. MESE&VE. North
Pomona. ]30-3 m
FINANCIAL.
oNiifTiruLiirnn^
ANDERSON. 28 N. Spring. ja2tf
Hf ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR-
M TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78
Temple block. ]22tf
MONEY TO LOAN-IN LARGE OR SMALL
amounts on first-class mortgages by C. A.
SUMNER & CO., 54 N. Main st. ja29 lm
MONEY TO LOAN—IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
gilt edsed security. W. S. WATERS,
room 2,117 New High st. flOtf
<fiXf \ AfifA IKS loan on first-class
wO".\J\J" mortgages, 10 per cent. net.
BYRAM & POINDEXTER. 19 W. First St.
ja23tf
LOS ANGELES REAL ESTATE AND FINAN
cisl Agency, 1 N. For st, loans money at
low rates in round Bums. J. 0. FLOURNOY,
Secretsry. j27.1m
/CRAWFORD A McCREERY, ROOM 10, OVER
lyl.os Angeles National Bank. Loan $50 to
>50,C00. Short term loans a specialty. Buy
notes, mortgages aud contracts. j2otf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
improved property at current rates; large
sums at very low rates. POMEROY AGATES,
16 Court st. f!6tf
HfONEY TO LOAN
M ON FIRST-CLABS MORTGAGES.
—— APH.Y TO
JOHN MILNER.
Room 9, Baker block, Los Angeleß. flltf
MONEY TO LOAN—ON PIANOS AND OR
g«ns at COLLATERAL SECURITY LOAN
OFFICE, room 39, Wilson block, No. 6 8. Spring
st. f!6 lm
MONEY TO LOAN-IN SUMS OF J5O TO
$1000 on collateral security and personal
property; good notes and mortgages bought
and sold. E. L BUOK, rooms 31 snd 32, Wil
son block, cor. 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
Slan. For information apply to M. C. WEST
ROOK, Secretary, room 87, Phillips block,
Springst. felo 6m
OECURITY BAVINGSBANK, 40 8. MAIN 8T;
lO money loaned without, delay on application;
mortgages bought and sold; interest paid on
deposits; also agents for Eastern and San Fran
cisco 6 and 7 per cent, money on inside city
property and ranches. f 16tf
EDUCATIONAL.
Perrett. Address Mrs. Gray, 16 Mayo st.
f!3 7*
NIGHT SCHOOL—LOB ANGELES BUSINESS
College and English Training School. 38,
40 and 42 S. Main St., near Second. D. B. WIL
LIAMS. Prln. f!stf
ST. MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO, CAL
A Church School for boys, under military
discipliue; twenty third year; prepares for col
lege or for business. Send for catalogue. REV.
ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A., Principal.
jal9tf
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 S.
Main st., near Second. Experienced teachers;
complete courses of study. Day and evening
sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prln. 1 30t
rTIHE LOS ANGELEB CONSERVATORY OF
JL Music, No. 406 B. Main St. Compute
course either in music, art, language or elocu
tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President.
SIG. A. FARINIS MUSICAL STUDIO,
No. 151 S. Hill st. Pupils prepared for the
operatlcand concert stage; aUooratorio. Class
lessons of three and four at reasonable rates.
Reception hours, 2 to 3 p. n. dally. d2l tf
ST. HILDA'S HALL *OF GLENDALE —A
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 Btreet.
REV. THOB. W. RASKINS, Acting Rector.
J27-tf
BUSINESS COLLEGE
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal
SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING.
For particulars, call at office or address.
s2O ly F. 0. WOODBURY, Principal.
DENTISTS.
DR. R. G.
St., McDonald block. , 115 tf
TIB. W. H. MTBBKR~iFAB REOPENED HIB
XJ dental office in rooms 1 and 2, California
Bank building, cor. Heooud and Fort sts. j3O-tf
DENTAL INSTITUTE, COR, SPRING AND
Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill
ing, $1.00; amalgam filling, 50c; extracting,
25c. A regular graduate in constant attend
»°°e. ■ Ja2l tf
DENTISTRY - DENTAL OPERATIONS IN
all branches performed at reasonable prices
for good work. Rooms 6 and 7, 205U S. Bpring
»± I2tf
REMOVED.
DR. L. W. WELLB, COR. SPRING AND FIR3T
sts., Wilson block; take elevator. Teeth
filled painlessly. Gold crowns and bridge
work a specialty. Teeth extracted painlessly.
Dr. Max Wassman, of San Francisco, and Dr.
Casson Mac Donald, of Philadelphia, assistants.
1410 m
A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8, SPRING
Ol street. Rooms 4 and S,
Oo'd fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and sliver
fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by
vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth
extracted without gas or air, 50 cents.
Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By our new
method of making teeth, a misfit is impossible.
All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
out pain.
Office Honrs from 8 A.M., to ft p. m. Sundays
from 10 a. M. to 12 m. Night calls snswered
office fB-tf
HOMEOPATHISTN.
LC A. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE AND RE3I-
Jjj. dence, 24 S. Spring st. Hours 1 to 4 r. St.
Telephone 353. Jl4
DRB. BEACH~& BOYNTON. OFFICE. 37 N.
Spring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 it., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. a. Dr. Boynton's
residence, 735 Olive Bt. jaiotf
IBAAC FELXOWB, A. D.—HOMEOP ATHIBT
Office Hours—ll to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. M„
Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building,
Lob Augeles, Cal. Residence 408 South Main
street. f9-tf.
SS. SALISBURY,"*!. D.. HOMCEPATHIBT.
. Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson block, cor.
First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 S. Pesrl
st. Office hours, 11 A. M. to Sp. H. Telephone
Nos.: Office 5971 residence 577. ja24tf
AVVsMUMtva.
SV. LANDT, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
. or-at-L*w. Office, over Los Angeles No
tional Bonk, cor. First and Bpring sts. felltf
nrALTBtt ROSE, ATTORNEY. ROOM 6 AL
TT len block, cor, Spriog and Temple sts. f 14tf
A B. HOTCHKIBB, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 8
A. and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New
High and Temple sts. jl7tf
PHASE A FORRESTER, EXAMINERS OF
\j Titles and Abstractors, Room 35 and 36,
Phillips' block. No. 1. f5-tf
REED & HEATH, OFFICER ROOMB 28 AND
29, Brjson-Bonebrake block. All business
will receive careful and prompt attention.
Divorce obtained without unnecessary public
ity; collections msde; probate business solic
ited. flltf
REGULAR PHYSICIANS.
DR. DARLING OCULIST AND ACRIST
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ABOUT THE CITY.
Disorganization Apparent in
the Republican Camp.
SEVERAL CAUCUSES HELD.
The Primaries to be Held This Af
ternoon—Political Gossip About
the Situation.
A number of Republican caucuses were
held last night, called by no authority
and productive of nothing save the bring
ing forward of the names of the people
who want to be delegates to the Conven
tion, which has, at last, been officially
called for next Monday. It is stated, on
good authority, that the disaffection in
the Republican ranks has even ex
tended to some of the members of the
City Central Committee who have seen
the error of the ways of the majority of
tbe committee. It has transpired that
at several of the meetings of the com
mittee motions were made to hold only
caucus primaries by members who did
not see_ the necessity of going through
the strain of balloting twice, once when
the workingmen could be present in the
evening, and at another time when they
cannot visit the polls. The result of the
caucuses last night amounts to nothing,
for the same tickets in the field then will
be in the field to-day, and it is possible
that the count after the primaries
this afternoon will show a different sel
ection of delegates than was announced
by tbe chairman last night. In the
Third Ward Mr. Geo. M. Holton pre
sided, and there were seven or eight
tickets in the field, each in favor of some
man for nomination for office. One
ticket was in favor of Major Bonsall for
Councilman, another for J. H. Book,
still another for S. B. Caswell and an
other for J. C. Bryan. Then there was
the "Courthouse Ring" ticket, the Union
League ticket and Burlingame's ticket.
The ticket which won was a mixture,
but all will be in the field again to
day. Chairman Holton had a peculiar
way of putting the qtiestien. He
never remembered to call for the "nays."
In the Seventh Ward caucus, Ex-Gover
nor J. J. Gosper was in tbe chair, and
their were four tickets in the field. One
received 112 votes, another 73, another
84, and a small one 33. The Fehneman
ticket was ahead, but the wise chairman
decided that there was no election be
cause it did not receive a majority and
declared- the election void. This was
considered queer ruling, and as a result,
all four tickets will be in the field to-day.
During the course of the meeting tbe fol
lowing resolutions were introduced by
Mr. Fehneman and unanimously
adopted:
Retained, That the delegates from tbe Seventh
Ward be instructed to use every et deavor atthe
comining Convention to secure a pledge thai a
tree labor exchange be kept up st the expense
of tbe city for the benefit of the unemployed,
and that nil employment offices, where fees are
charged, be placed under heavy bonds for the
faithful performance of their duties.
Resolved. That eight hours a day, and first
class pay, be the rule for all municipal work.
Resolved, That the city neither employs
Chinese, or buys any goods of Chinese manu
facture.
The following were the successful
tickets at the caucuses last night:
FIRST WARD.
C. N. Earl, D. G. Dexter, J. R. Conlee,
W. W. Stockwell, M. G. Finlayson, J.
M. Tibbetts, E. M. Hamilton, A. D.
Meiggs, M. Wetzell, R. A. Brown, E. P.
Carmicle, D. H. Ihrus, G. W. Wood
worth, Robert McGarvin and C. J. Fox.
SECOND WARD.
Precinct A —J. J. Norton, Al Graham,
D. W. Field, J. W. Green.W. E. Rogers,
C. A. Stilson, J. W. Francis, E. H.
Hutchinson, J. M. Davis, C. C. Bunnell,
H. M. Russell, G. S. Robinson and S. K.
Adams.
Precint B—General Rollins, Judee Car
penter, E. V. Naud, T. S. Bevan, A. J.
Norton, F. Dauterio, A. Smith, E. J.
Niles, D. F. Donegao, Capt. Hutton, P.
Follis, A. S. Heitchew, E. P. Clemence.
FDTTH WARD.
J. M. Carter, H. Hiller, H. T. Lee, S.
H. Lust weiler and Dr. P. F. Casey.
SIXTH WARD.
W. P. Mcintosh, C. E. Wallin, F. D.
LantermaD, M. Deckman, Joe Watkins
and Frank K. McCoy.
SEVENTH WARD.
T. J. Weldon, 8. C. Dodge, John Mc-
Ilmoil, H. C. Hutchinson, E. H. Turner,
F. N. Pauly, R. C. 0. Benjamin, K. B.
Brown, G. B.Wood, B.Fehneman, H. H.
Spencer, Hugh Shafer, Wm. Holmes,
Martin Hanly, H. T. Wilkinson, J. H.
Walker, F. Peddicord, F. Faulkner, D.
Uilman; for the Council, P. L. Rvddin
ger; Board of Education, W. H. Mc-
Donald.
EIGHTH WARD.
John Flood, D. R. Wilder, Frank
Flood, Sam Chase and E. A. Gibbs.
NOTES.
Registration will close at the County
Clerk's office to-day.
Ex-Councilman John Lovell was
knocked out in the Seventh Ward last
night.
The Republican primaries will take
place to-day from 12 m. to 4p. m. The
workingmen have been frozen out.
The Fourth Ward Republicans con
cluded not to meet last night, for fear
that one clique or another might come
out ahead.
The Democratic City Central Commit
tee met yesterday and appointed Robert
Dominguez as member from the Eighth
ward, instead of J. Abbott, who resigned.
Selections for Councilmen at the Re
publican caucuses were: First Ward, H.
V. Van Dusen; Fifth Ward, A. C. Shafer;
Sixth Ward, A. N. Hamilton, and
Seventh Ward, P. L. Buddinger.
A number of small Republican can
vasses were held last night in dark
corners and small -balls. There were
two in Precinct B of the Second Ward,
and each will have a ticket in the field
to-day.
Dr. Bryant has announced himself as
an independent candidate for Council
man from the Third Ward. He states
that he has a petition signed by 250
people, most of whom are Republicans
asking him to run.
A Blsj Cabbage Head.
A Herald reporter yesterday, in
passing the stand of s green grocer on
First street, noticed a head of cauliflower
which proved to measure thirteen inches
in diameter, or about forty inches in
circumference. It weighed ten pounds.
The flower was as white as snow and.
FIVE CENTS.
beautifully fine in texture. If we had
any enterprise a solid train of this
vegetable could leave Los Angeles daily
eastward bound to feed the dwellers in
the frozen zone where vegetables oat
a foul sweatpit are the best to be had.
The shipment ought to be worth $5,000 a
day to the section. That is the way to
boom the country.
THE SMITH CASE.
Defendant Telle tne Story of tne
Snooting- on tne Stand.
Yesterday was an interesting day in
the Stephen Smith murder trial, which
is now in progress before Judge Cheney
in the Superior Court. A large number
of spectators were present. Smith is the
17-year-old boy who is accused of having
killed an Italian youth named Paglinso.
In the morning session, Charles Cas
son was called by the prosecution, but,
in compliance with the advice of the de
fendant's counsel, he refused to testify,
on the ground that he might criminate
himself. The State thereupon announced
tbat the case was closed.
The attorney for the defense moved
tbat tbe charge be dismissed, for the
reason that the evidence did not support
the information. The motion was de
nied. The defense then called Casson to
tbe stand. He told the story of tbe
events of November 3d. He and the
defendant left Pasadena early in the
morning en a hunting expedition, and
about 7or 8 o'clock they came to the
Paglinso place. After they had fired
once at some quail, Frank and his
nephew, Pietro, appeared and took
away their guns. After arranging about
the payment of $20 for a ran
som, the witness and Smith went
back to Pasadena and returned
to Paglinso's place later in the afternoon.
They asked for the guns and got them,
but before they paid the money, Pietro
ran back into the house and got his gun.
The boys separated, and Pietro pursued
Smith, who turned and shot him.
On the cross-examination, Casson said
that he did not know who fired the shot
at the time, whether it was Smith or the
deceased; but he afterward saw Smith
throw the shell out of his gun. The de
fendant was nearer the house than the
deceased; both were on a slope, the de
fendant occupying higher ground." When
the deceased and his uncle came upon
us in the morning, they cursed and used
abusive language. They were armed.
When we returned in the afternoon,
Pietro asked if we wanted the guns, and
I put my hand in my pocket to get the
money. He jumped back into the house.
Then we ran, Smith in the lead. There
were twenty-five or thirty feet between
the defendant and Pietro when the shot
was fired."
Tbe next witness called was Mrs. Mary
Smith, the mother of the defendant. She
is a pleasant appearing lady, with a re
fined face. She seemed mnch agitated
as she took her seat on the witness stand.
Her answers came very slowly, and
with much effort, as thongh she were
under an unusual degree of mental
strain. Only a few questions were pat to
her by Mr. Gage, the attorney for tbe
defense. She told how her son Stephen
had gone hunting early in the morning
of the third of November and had return
ed at noon to tell how his gun was held
in ransom and how he had left home
again about noon.
''Take the witness, said Mr. Gage.
"We have no questions," said the Dis
trict Attorney.
Mrs Smith rose from the chair and
started for tbe little gate which leads to
the lobby. It is a distance of eight or
ten feet past the reporter's table and the
seats of the jurymen. It was evident
that her efforts to control herself were
about to prove unavailing. Her face
became deatbly pale and as she came to
the gate a violent fit of trembling shook
her active frame like a leaf. A juryman
sprang to her assistance and as he did so
she fell back fainting. A physician who
happened to be in court hurried to the
spot, as did also the lady's husband.
She was carried into the judge's cham
bers and tbe case proceeded.
Tbe defendant was then called to the
stand and told the story of the killing.
"My name." said he, "is Stephen L.
Smith, and previous to my arrest I was
attending school at Pasadena. On the 3d
of November I went out hunting with
Charles Casson. About 7 o'clock we
came to a place about three-quarters of a
mile from Paglineo's house, where I shot
at some quail. We saw Frank Paglinso
and his nephew come up. The uncle
had a gun which he aimed at us and
swore. They took our guns away and
made us follow them to the house. At
first he threatened to take us to Los An
geles, but finally said he would let as
go and give back our guns for $20.
"We returned to Pasadena and
came to Paglinso's again about
4 o'clock. Pietro came out of
of the house and asked us if we wanted
the guns. He asked us to come into the
house, and offered us some wine which
we declined. Then he brought out the
guuß and we looked at them to see if they
were all right. He asked us for money,
and when I put my hand in my pocket
he jumped back in the house. We were
scared and ran. Back of the house at the
bottom of the gulch we fell into a ditch,
and when we looked around there was
Pietro with a gun pointing first at one
and then at the other of us. We pointed
our guns at h<m and he lowered his. We
ran again. When I next looked around he
was only a short distance from me cock
ing his gun. He lifted it and took aim.
Then I turned and fired and he fell. I
believed that he would kill me if I did
not shoot."
The father, Gardner H. Smith, testi
fied to having given his son some money
to pay for the gans, and the defense
closed its case. No testimony was offered
in rebutttal. The court adjourned until
9 o'clock this morning, when the case
will be argued and submitted. M 2 £EW
Orange Special*.
The special orange train sent oat on
Wednesday night by the Southern Pa
cific and Union Pacific railroads reached
Sacramento 24 l .j hoars after it left this
city. Both the Santa Fe and Southern
Pacific com panics disavow any intention
of racing this time, however, as they
say, there is no necessity for it, as the
oranges are in good condition to keep.
Tbe rushing will be done later on, when
the fruit is over-ripe.
A Silver Wedding.
On Wednesday evening Mrs. N. C.
Carter and his wife celebrated their aii
ver wedding, at their handsome home at
Sierra Madre. About 100 personal"
friends of tbe family were present, and
some of them brought some elegant
souvenirs of the occasion, for they were
glad of an opportunity to show the good
will that is generally borne to the genial
founder of Carterhia.

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