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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI. —NO. 145. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPEBA HOUSE. H. C. W v att. Lessee and Manager. SIX NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE. COMMENCING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25th. Appearance of the Distinguished Artiste, Mat. NODJr N H A . And a Dramatic Company of nnustial excel ltuee, Under the direction of Mr. Al Hayman. A BRILLIANT REPERTORY: Monday, Fobruary 25th, Modjeska's Great Suc cess. MARY STUART. Tnesdav AS YOU LIKE IT. Wednesday ADBIENNE LrSCOUVREUR. Thursday CaMILLK Friday CYMBELINE Saiu'day, at 2—Only Modjeska Matinee. Saturday Evening Farewell Performance. SEATS NOW ON SALE. Prices—36e„ 50c, 75c and $1 and $1.50. il7-td LOS ANGELES THEATEB. H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. ONE WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, SATURDAY MATINEE. UK. A.UUSTTN OALY'S Greatest New York Success, "a si Ikll t on 1w ; Presented by a fWPERB OAST OF OOMEDIANB, As produced at DALY'S THEATEB, NEW YORK CITY. Prioes—sl, 75c, 50e , 250. Matinee Price;—2sc. and 50c. f2otd rpURN Vi.RKIN HAIL. OB AND CHABITI BALL Given annnally nnder the auspices of tbe LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, —AT— TTJRNVEREIN HALL, ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1880. hoard or MAN AG nils Mrs. C. Duoommuu, President. Mrs"". HarrisTwmark. i Vice Presidents. Mrs. M. F. Woodward. Secretary. Mrs. 1. W. Hellman, Treasurer. TRUSTERS: Mrs. H. Bath, Mrs. M Kraemer, Mrs. S. Hell man, Mrs. C. Charuock, Mrs. T. B. Clark, Mrs. T. O. Wlioelcr, Mrs. A. A. McDonell, Mrs. U. Mel-ellan. PATRONESSES: Mrs. Vsn Nuys, Baroness Rogniat. Mrs. Plater, Mrs. Dr. de Hzlgethv, Mrs. Stoceznan, Mrs. Chas. Bills. Mrs. W. W. Boss, M.-s. 0 Geodwin, Mrs. J. Slauson. Mrs. A. Glassell, Mrs. Banning, Mrs. U. Mui'arland, Mrs. Bradbury, Mrs. J. F. Crank. FLOOR MANAGE I; Dr. Wm. Le Moyne Wills. Ticket admitting gentleman and lady, $3 Tickets to be had at Heinzeman'sdrug store and of ladles of the Society. fl9St HAZARD'S PAVILION. Corner Fifth and Olive. TBE AJ>TGaXISIHC BH2UABE.: The above very novel and interesting enter tainment will be given by the ladies of the First Congregational Church at tne pavilion on next FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH IST. Some forty business firms are to be repre sented, each by a young lady whoso drc-s will bo cbaractuiibt'c of their business, many de cidedly unique. (>' course the Herald will be th. re In charming style. The company Is beli g thoroughly arilled in military tactics by Captain J nes of East LOl Angeles. Armed with lances they present a lormldale front and mv. tbes.en to be appreciated. f25- 5t C CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM A THEATER / North Main street, near First Doyle A ISAACS, Proprietors. THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT! "Despair and happiness ere so closely linked that each Is riven by the wealth of the other." Wise. Commencing Saturday, February 23. Museum — Tho Castcllotis, Uniqne Living Marionette.; Jos. Lambert. Yankee- Whittier; Big. Lorenzo. Clever Balancer: C G l.a»ler. the Human Kaleidoscope: Madame Newzeelic, Egyptian Seeressj; Punch and Jndy. etc. Theater—Miss Ida Wilson, Character Vocal ist; Wm. Ward, Dating Trapeze Artist; Mous. Bavella, Japanese Juggler; Miss Daisy Brooks. Pleasing Vocalist; BUly Wetson, Masloal Oenlus, etc. Doors open from 10 a. m. to 10p.m. Admission, 10c Reserved seats 10c. extra. THE TIVOU, 46 North Main Btreet. GREAT MUSICAL SENSATION! THE HUNGARIAN GIPSY QUINTETTE, MAGYAR NKMZETI ZENE, Specialty eugaged for the Tlvoll. They produce orchestra effects never before heard in California. FREE ENTERTAIN MEN P, commencing Feb ruary 2<!th. f23tf FIRST-CLASS FREE ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT. VIENNA BUFFET, Corner Main and Beqneua streets. Btery Evening and Btjhday Afthrnoon. CELEBRATED HUNGARIAN SOLOISTS. Flue Hungarian Kitchen In connection. SACRED CONCERT every Sunday Afternoon st Washington Garden. Ja2 tf WANTS. PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD vertisements nnder the following heads Inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each Insertion ti EETI Ntw NOTICES. LOS ANGELES « Lodge, No 42, F. A A M., Weduea _AY. day.F. bruary 27th,at7:30 P. M .forwork J\2s in the first degree Bis'er Loages and ~ ' all visiting members are cordially invited to at tend. By order W. M. 125 It D. J. CARR, Secret iry. MPEUIAL NliriUES. MRS JOHNSON—CARD READER, 50 oenls ladies only, r. ar 225 8. Bicbel st , K. L. A fl2 lm* R. CHAS DE BZIGETHY HAS RBICRNEI to the city end has resumed his praotice bealdence and ottlce, 313 b. Main tt Tele phone 1056. f2O lm EVELOPMENT OF LAND—I AM PEE pared to clear snd plow land in Antelopi Valley on the mnst reasonable terms. JaMKi B. ALLEN, Rosamond, Oal. Ja29 lm" "111 RS. BSaL CURBS ALL CHRONIO DIB JxL eases: onres use of tobacco in any form liquor or opium; onreof tobacco guaranteed o no pay; sittings dally. No 306 ti. Main St. ggg lm' MRS. DR FRBNOH — THE R KNOWN El fortu c teller. This woman tells wondei ful things. She also brings troubled partie together. Boom 6, 221 8. Main st fl9 7t j—MONY, THE KING OF HERBS, GO AH rnteed to cure rheumatism, neuralgia, coi stipation, Indigestion, etc. Sold only at 143 r Flratst T-le l houe72l. 119 lm O CONTRACTORS-BIDS WILL BE Rl oriveo st room No. t Bryson-Bonebrak Block for construction of a cement watt ditch, five miles long, near Los Angeles. A bids opened Fct.narv 25 h, 1889. f2lst MRA. E. IRELAND WOULD RESPEC fnl'y anno l nee that she bas secured tt agency for he Bcbultz German Compound and has prepared herself to give Instructions I the celebrata d Saline capelne Bath and Trips Treatment of the Hair, snd will give emoio nit nt to 100 ladles snd gentlemen. A cordi: invitation is given to the sick and those wis! ing their hair cleaned or renovated 10call 1 once and tty the new methods. Offioe— Roo 15, over postoffice. Office hours, from 2to p. v 18 lm* SPHCHI. \(l!i' l> 'nnllntlfd. rT_EN_BERG, MEDIUM, 11 N.~BUNKi,K 11:11 avo. Hourn: Oa.H. to 6.30 r. m. j27-lm* OK HONOR—wT'S7 Barnes, Past Grand Dictator, of San Francisco, will dt ivcr hi* famous lecture on "Fraternttv" in ho Central Baptist Church, cor. Third and Hill streets on Tuesday evetiiae. February 26th, mder the auspices of tbe Knights of Los Ange es. The public is cordially invited. Seats ree. By order of committee. PBHM»«AL. V|EB. PARKER, ill clairvoyant. 28 8. Spring, room 15. j29-t.f DIVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A BPICCI aIty. Advice free. W. W. UOLCOMB, At orney, 11 Temple street. Boom 10-12. j 29-tf nORDAN jsTipluNG StTaRE IT making the cheapest olothes in the city, in >rder to make room for their coming spring and lummer goods. 12 lm T|HE HAMMAM, IjNi7eR~THB~" MANAGE -1 mentof Dr If. C. Royor and Mr Charles I rsnhsgen, is thoroughly renovated and pat in >erfeet order. The ladies' department is finely ltted up, a d affords every means known in he art o' bathing. Electricity is ruu to each !ot. Tips department is run expressly for sdies, and ovcrv thing for their comfort and >eneflt wtll be closely looked after. Ladies' dc mrtment open from Ba.h.to 10 r. m. Getitlc nen-i department open day and night. H. C, SOYER, M. D .physician in charge;CHARLES rRAPHAGEN, business manager. f2l-lm FOU KtiM-novwsT FOR RENT — CHEAP parts of the city by C. A. SUMNER A CO., ii N. Main Bt. ja29 lm gtor KENi r —Ijew ITroom obfrAoiT, V $15; 3 rooms nnd bath, ¥15: 2 rooms, $10; ill water paid. BYRAM A POINDEX IER. 19 If. First st Jn3o lm noR~RENT—HOtISEtTIN ALL PARTS OF P the city; a long list; yon can examine free ... A. Rental Agenov, 1 N. Fort st. J. C. •'LOURNOY, Secretary. j27-lm P~~OrT RE~NT -ITHAT" NICK 7-ROOui COT ta»<, near t > business. 510 Grand aye., ie»r Sixth; low rent to right parties Apply • Wm. McLean, 258 8. Spring st. feb24-tf I TO LET OB _ l¥aWon"vEßY REASONABLE . terms March I—one house of 6 rooms, lard-fluiabcd, large closets, and large lot, close o new Southern Paclfi depot Apply to owner, 16 8 Main st, or Mr. Webb, aeent Los Angeles .tad Buroau. new S mtnern Pacific depot. feb24-4t FOB BENT—-WiTy~P AY RENT, WHEN~S3O per month will pay principal and interest m well located cott°ge? We have a new louse for sale on these terms: only $150 cash equired. BYRAM A POINDEXTER, 19 W. first st. ;a3O lm FOX RENI--HOIIIHB. rrolcWtliNT— furnhh¥d^l^^unfiJ[? V nished rooms. Apply at 321 W. Second st. 123 4* FOB REN 1—42 ROOMB - IN BUILDING 39 S. Fort st.; ges fixtures and all in order for mmediate occupancy. E B. MILLAR 121 7t* NKU R NI SHE DBOOMS "FO R RENT IN THE, Norton Block, cor Seventh and Hill st., ,uitable fo- light housekeeping. feb24-lm* TO LET-ioFi _T OF~ FOUNIBHED uooai suitable for light housekeeping, 23 Buena v'tsta St., near Temple st feb24-3i* FUR- O nished rooms apply to MRB. MARY BOEHMK, Ocean aye., next to "The Lawrence." fsif LVOR RENT—N'CELY ~K uIonsHESFROOMIT _ llose in, at No 417 Wall st,, near Fontth; ilao excellent table board. fG lm* FOU HMI-iiMms aJiD HOOKS. 51T^ncNT^~TliAT~Tnc^^ rent. No. 2G2 8 Spring st. Apply WM Mc- LEAN. 2 doors north. f'2tf ob BEFf^iioaki ~. and offices at reduced rates. L A. Rental Agency, 1 N. Kortst J. rt. KLOUBOY, Secretary. j27-lm fiTOB BENT—BUILDINGS AND BTORESIN 1 all ccstrablo locations by C. A. SUMNER & CO., B4 N. Main st ja29 lm WAJTIBIt—AJkLE HELP. W~~ANTED-IF YOU WANT A COOK OR help in the kitchen. call at Chief Cooks' headquarters, 243 Los Angeles st., Jennett BKck. GEO LACOITR. f 14-flm WANTED—t KfItALK H_LP. A^T^D^A~Tinm^ do general housework. Apply to J P WANVIG, 242 8. Alameda st. f24 tf W*N IKb- * ULNT.N. " ' Alliance, issuing a combined Hie and acci- Drnt policy, within tbe reach of all. A sound, progressive corporation, managed by the best men in l.oa Augeles. Liberal terms to good men. Call on the Secretary, second floor, Phil lps Block. f!4-2w WANPED —SALESMAN—A THOROUGHLY first-class man to act as agent for the sale of lubricating oils to the consuming trade in Los Angeles and surrounding country, to work In connection with our -an Francisco office. Previous experience not essential, but only men of good character will be considered. Good position and sure salary to the right per son Opportunity will be granted to suitable applicants for a personal interview at Los An geles. Address immediately, giving age, pre vious business experience snd references, the home office. VACUUM OIL CO., Rochester, n y. ras 4t WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. CHEAP ost place at BURNS'. 23- 3. Bpringst WANTED -SOMETHING IN CALIFORNIA for a farm In lew* or Southern Minne sota. MRS. CASE, S ation B, Los Angeles. f24-2i» ANTED — A FINE~PIKCE OF INSIDE bulness property for cash, securities and Eastern property; only here for a few days: give locution, size, price, mortgage, eto.; own ers only; no c mmißsi.ns. K. J. SWAN, Argyle House, Los Angeles, Cal. f24-2t* tint SALE—Country Property. I'^ioirsTi_:— ' 3 mileß south of Cucamonga at your own prioo. SIG. WOLFF, 210 N. Main St. )26tf FOB SALE—FINE GRAZING LANDS IN VBN tura county, well watered and easy ol ac cess, $5 to $12.50 per acre, in tracts to suit B W. _OINDEXTKR,.I9 W. First st, Los An geles. ]a3O lm FOR BALE—SMALL FARMS,IO MILES FROM Lou Angeles, 1 and 2 miles dom railroad sta tion, 3 miles from Inglewood; land all sown to barley; 5,10,20 acres or more If desired: we have 480aciesof tbialand for sale. In tracts to suit, and on very easy terms; prices from $30 to $200 per acre; we know of no other land of this quality that can be boueht in that neighborhood for any such prices. For full par ticulars inquire of BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First st. t7 lm THE JTJRTJPA LAND AND WATER OOM pany offers a six thousand acre tract; wlil cc.l in forty acres lots; situated three miles north west from Rowell Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with a good water right of one miner's inch of water to every seven aud one half acres of land, for the extremely low price of one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125) per acre. One-quar ter down and balance to suit buyers' conven ience. The land Is level and In a beautiful sheltered valley, and is tho best orange land In Southern California. Commission paid to agents. Address MILLS A CRAWFORD, 18 Court st, Los Angeles; CUNNINGHAM A CO., San Bernardino; or A. R. MESERVE. North Pomona. j3O-8m ! ~ ruu fSSXt all young. For further particulars caU or - address D. ELLSWORTH, 325 Buena Vista St. 119 7* r t ('OR SALE-City Property. 61HiXLE^5i7E~^^ residences on Figueroa st: parties leaving ; town. Address P. ft. box 2,642. 121 7t* 9 TjYOR SALE—A FINE 2 STORY RESIDENCE JL? of 10 rooms and reception hall, with all 1 modern improvements; also artistic froscoed: » on Seventh st, opposite the West Lake Park. ■ Sold by owner. O. BRANDT. 119 lm' • EIOR BALE-EASY INSTALMENTS, WILL t I? take trade for small portion; new 6 room a hons", *1,750; well located: $20 per month 9 and Interest, BY RAM A POINDEXTER, 19 lw. First st. Ja3olm MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 25, 1889. TO EXCHANUE. ! hank stock; paid up; for unencumbered 'or nearly ao) real eatate. Address Box 153, tfon'Ovis. f24-7t 1,1 ASTER N PROPKBTY—BEOURITIEB AND U and cash for inside business property; ;ive location, size, price, mortgage, etc.; only la tun for a short time: owners only; no ■ommisslons. E. J. SWAN, Argyle House, Los Angeles. f24 2t* ANTED—GOOD RANCH FOR A 1 CITY property. C, 15 Cummings Street, City. 124 3 * F~ OR BALK OR HEX CHANGE FOR GOOD acre property—My well-established lunch fid candy buainesa. J. M. SPENCE, 46 South Joring street. f24-7t* rO EXCHANGE—LOT NEAR TEMPLE ST., unencumbered, for work horses; bargains lifered. HIXSON & BUCK, 16 S. Spring it. f23 3* ALIFORNTi"AN D _ EASTE RN PROPERTY for exchange. MCDONALD, room 8 Wilson Block, corner of Spring and First sts. f22tf TO EXC HANGE—THITIIiTsT - Ba3jta[ ANA and San Fernando Valley lands lor flrst ilass Eaa'ern city or farm property. Address >wner, room 6. Allen block, Los Angeles. fl2tf TO EXCHANGE—LA RGB DOUBLE HOUSE, 18 rooms, well located, for good farm near 3ity. BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 1!) \V. First it. ja3o lm TO EXC HANGE—4SOO PIECEB OF PRoF erty, houses, lots, ranches, Eastern prop erty, business property, mortgages, merchan t's", etc , etc. Exchange Headquarters. J. C. WILLMON, UBK W. First st. fl lm« If llsi 1* K.^lJllfArftJKS' OR^nCLlT^^'Kni^ ye rs Applycor First and Alameda. 171 m* 1"jV)R" SALE—A FIRBT-CLASS~CKOCKERY ! business, very cheap. Apply to W. J. jUTIIRIE. San Bernardino. 12 lm* I7IOR BALE-FINE BUTCHER BUSINESS, DO -1? lug $30,000 a year- books open for Itispeo fon. Address 8., box 50, this office, fl6 10' OR SALE—A DRUGSTORE IN~BO UrHERN CaUlornia with fresh stock of well-selected lrugs and fancy goods and new aud modern fixtures. Ii dolus a profitable business and a full investigation is invited. Best of reasons for lelllug. A bargain, if sold at once. For par ticulars addrea* H. F. PRIEN, Druggist, Ooro uado Beach. San Diego county, Cal. fl3 2w EINANCIAE. ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. ]a2tf ONeY"tO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78 l'emple block. f22tf ONEY TO LOAN-IN LARGE OR SMALL amounts on first-class mortgages by C. A. 3UMNER & CO., 54 N. Main st ja29 lm ONEY TO LOAN—IN SUMB TO BUIT, ON gilt edced security. W. S. WATERS, room 2,117 New High st. flOtf StVT^nrii'• TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS 3pO\/,\Jv/U mortgages, 10 percent.net. BYRAM & POINDEXTKR. 19 W. First st. f23tf $1,000,000 T0 BTc ™ SAVINGS BANK, 40 S. Main St. Mortgages nought and Bold. f 17- lm. oTaNGELES REAL EBTATE~AND FINAN oiaI Agency, 1 N. For st, loans money at low rates In round sums. J. O. FLOURNOY, Secretary. 327.1 m TIRAWFOBD A McOREERY, ROOM 10, OVER V/Los Angeles National Bank. Loan $50 to (50,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy notes, mortgages and contracts. f2otf TO LOAN IN BUMS TO SUIT ON ill. improved property at. r.rii-rent rate?: Ir.rge Bums at very low rates. FOMEROY A GATKS, 16 Court st flßtf ONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS MORTGAGES. APPLY TO JOHN MILNER, Room 9, Baker block, Los Angeles. f9tf ONEY TO LOAN—ON~PIANOB ~«ND OR gsus at COLLATERAL BECURITY LOAN OFFICE, room 39, Wllsou block, No. 6 S Spring st. fl6 lm MONEY TO LOAN—WE HAVE HAD placed iv our La ids to loan on any kind of appr v«d secuvity several sums of $50 each, $100 eecn, $200 each, $300 each, $400 each, $500 eacu, and a few of $1,000 each. Good notes and mortgages bought and sold. E. L BUCK, rooms 31 and 32, New Wil on block. 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, S.cretary, room 87, Phillips block, Bpring st. felO 6m EXCURSIONS. !i monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas City and Chicago. FREE sleeping accommoda tions going East. For lowescrates, etc., apply to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring at., Los An geles. fl2tf DENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK Island route excursions will leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Tourist sleeping cars elegant.lv equipped, free of charge. Call or ad dres. F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st ■ 13-tf EXCURSIONS— THROUGH CARS TO CHl oago. Only one change to Boston. Con ductors and porters accompany all parties. Leave Los Angeles Jannary 10th and 24th, Febrnary 7th and 21st, March 7th and 21st. A. PHILLIPS A CO., 44 N. Spring st, Los An geles, Cal. j 27-tf WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS TO ALL points East Through cars to Chicago, elegantly and completely equipped. Our next parties leave Los Angeleß Febrnary 20th, March 12th and 26th. For tickets, berths, and further information, call on or address L. M. WALTERS, 19 N. Spring st.or 51 N. Spring St., Los An geles. 125 JTiIRST EXCURSION Lake City snd Denver, Iffllf wWrwHM '" BYeS T ? U ™ ,*' ebr l "" ry each ' passenger berths, etc , call upon or address J B. Quigley, ageut Burlington route, No. 112 North Bpring street, Los Angeles. flOtf SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH excursions to New York, Boston aud Phila delphia. Elogant new tourist cars with ladies dressing room and lavatory; Btoves with im proved heaters for making tea and ooffee; com plete equipment of cushions, bedding.curtains. eto,; uniformed colored porters; B. P. Co.'s pany conductors go throngh to New Orleans, thence to Boston and Philadelphia. But one change of cars (in Union Depot) at New Orleans. The Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route through tho rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir mlngham, Chattanooga, Cincinnatti, etc. Quick time, direct connections. Excursions leave Los Angeles December 16th and 30th 1888,; January 13t i. February 3d and 17th ; March 3d, 17th and 31st: April 14th; May sth and 19th, 1889. For further particulars call on or write any of the agencies of the SOUTHERN PACIFC COMPANY In Southern California, OrC.F.SMURR, Assistant Genoral Passenger Agent southern Paclflo Company, No. 208 N. Main st- Los Angelos. CaL f!3 5m MOITIEOPATHISTB. DR. H. C. ROYEB, SURGEON. HAMMAM Baths Institute. Office hours, 10 a m to E P. if. feb2l lm EA. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE AND BEBI . deuce, 24 S. Spring st Hoars 1 to 4 p. m Telephone 368. 1" DBS. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE. 37 N Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours 8 to 12 a., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. v. Dr. Boynton't residence, 735 Olive St. f!9tf I~BAAO FELLOWS. M. D.-HOMBOP ATHIBI Office Hours—ll to 12 A. St., 2to 8 P. v. Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building Los Angeles, OsL Basidence 408 South Mali street "*4L SS. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMtRPATHIBT . Office, rooms 11 and 12. Bryson block, cor First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pear st. Office hours, 11 a. M. to 3p. M. Telcphou Nos.: Offioe 597! residence 577. fii4tf AHCHII EC I S. CHAS. W. DAVIS. ARCHITECT, BOOM 3 and 4, Downey block, Los Angeles. f22t MTSO.F. COSTERIBAN, ARCHITECT, 800 Mi IT 21, 22, 23 B. Spring it, Los Angeles. 021 ■<■:<.I I M< I'IIVSK HVA, DR DARi.INIT~o7IuXIST AND Office 25 North Main M. Office Hours, 9a. "•to 4 P. M. f ltf-d&w Til A. DBi CAILHOL, M. fiirTiANT Tj. tarium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone DR. PHYSICIAN 818 -tera' Hospital; 1% N. Main at., rooms 1, 2 and 3. , J a 27 tf CI. CfcACIUS, M. D.. OFFICE," NO r75~N~ . Spring- St., rooms 33 and 34. Honrs from 11 a. _;. to 2p. x. Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases and chronic diseases in general. f 24tf DP-. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR lat, 107 S. Bpring st., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a.m.to 12 _. and 2to 4 r.M. ; f24tf MRS. DR. j" M. SMITH (FORMBR_Y _ MRB. C. E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladles cared for during confinement. Midwifery a specialty. )28-6m "|\R. WEST HUGHEST KfRMER RESIDENT XJ surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur gery (including genito-nrlnary diseases) and diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. Springst. Honrs, 9to 12. 2 tos. f24tf DbTT. E. MacDONALdT forMERLY~QF Boston—Rooms 31 and 32 Calilornla Hunk building, corner of Second and Fort, office hours, from 10 to 112 a.m., and 2 to 4 p. Mi feb24tf i WALTER LINDLEY HAS REMOVED his residence to 40 Ottawa street between Tenth and Eleventh streets, one-half square west of Pearl street. Office 237 South Spring street. Oilice hours, 2to 4 f, m. ; telephone, of fice, 478; telephone, residence,42. f24lm TVK. LT GOLDicHMIEDT^KNERAL x) Uclng physician; late of New York; twenty years private an i hospital experience. Office, South Spring street, room 12; residence, Emerson House, 415 South Q-.ive street: tele phone, Office, 1019 Residence, 1054. Spe cialty: Diseases of children. ]27-tf 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, monoxide, and other medicated inhalations, used in all diseases of the respiratory organs Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Becondf and Spring srreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hoars, from 9 a. m to 4 p. M. BTlToTlSmMiTi^HA^^ St.. McDonald block. 115-tf DR. W. H. MABBEB HAS REOPENED HIS dental office in rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. Second and Fort sts. j3O-tf DKNTISTBY — DENTAL OPERATIONS IN sll branches performed at reasonable prices for good work. Booms 6 and 7, 205% 8. bpriug at. f2tf I\SNTAL INSTITUTE, COR. SPRING AND / Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill ing, irom $1.00 np; amalgam filling, from 50c. up; extracting, 25c. A regular graduate in constant attendance. f2l tf REMOVED. DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST 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 ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 S, SPRING t\ street. Rooms 4 and 5, Gold fillings from $2 np. 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 set sof teeth from $0 to $10. By onr new method of tasking teeth, a misfit Is impossible. All work guaranteed. Wo make a specialty of extracting teeth with out nain. Office H&ors from 8 a.m.. to sp. m. Sundays from 10 a. M. to 12 m. Night calls answered office ; fB-tf ArTOKNKia, BY.8 V. LANDT, ATTOBNEY AND COUNBEL . or-at-Law. Office, over Los Angeles Na tional Bank, cor. First and Spring sts. felltf WALTER ROSE, ATTORNEY. ROOM 6 AL len block, cor. Spring and Temple sts. f 14tf AB. HOTCHKISB, ATTORNEY, BOOMS 8 . and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New High and Temple sts. f!7ti CHASE A FORRESTER, EXAMINERS OF Titles and Abstractors, Room 35 and 36, Phillips' block. No. 1. f5-tl REED & HEATH, OFFICE, ROOMS 28 AND 29, Brjson-Bonebrake block. All business will reoelve careful and prompt attention. Divorce obtained without unnecessary public ity; oolleo'.iona made; probate business solic ited, flltf | BDI'CATIONAL. FRENCH AND GERMAN TAUGHT. BY Miss Perrett. Address MRS. GRaY. 16 Mayo st. feb2l 7t» NIGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANGELES BUSINESS Colleee and English Training School. 38, 40 and 42 8. Main St., near Second. D. B. WIL LI A MS, Prln. flstf ST. MATTHEW'S HALL. SAN MATEO, CAL. A Chnrch School for boys; 23rd year. RBV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A., Principal. f!9tf LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 8. Main st., nesr Second. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and eveninc sessions. D. B. WILLI i 30t THE LOS ANGELEB CONSERVATORY OF Music, No. 406 S. Main St. Complete course either in music, art, language or elocu tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President. SIG. A. FARIM'B MUSICAL STUDIO, No. 151 8. Hill Bt. Pupils prepared for the operatic and concert stage; alsooratorio. Class lessons of three and four at reasonable rates. Reception hoars. 2 to 3 p. M. daily. f2l tf ST. HILDA'S HALL "OF GLENDALE — A Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Glen dale. Accommodates 100 pupils. Full corns of teachers. For circulars apply at school, or city office, 75 North Spring street. REV. THUS. W. RASKINS, Acting Rector. ]27-tf WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. —AND— SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 South Spring Btreet, Los Angeles, Oal SESSIONS DAY AMD BVKSTHO. For particulars, call at office or address. s2O-ly F. 0. WOODBURY. Principal Two Positive Bargains —IN — PIANOS ! A $1,000 ;,SQUARE GRAND ARION PIANO, Good ac New $223 A $1,000 New Cabinet Grand i Upright, Mahogany Case, Good as New $328. ." At 218 South Main Street. f24tf . The Only Reliable Optical lnstl tm te, 131-133 B. Spring Bt, L. A. Theater Bldg. B THE LOS ANGELEB OPTICAL IHSTITUTE, = N. STRASSBURGER, j SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN. , Testing of eyes free. Grinding of lenses to order . a specialty. No peddlers employed laic my B own name only. Absolute perfect fitting suar t an teed where glasses are required. 114125* ABOUT THE CITY. Attempted Suicide of a Young Man. i THE STORY OP HIS DOWNFALL A Tale About Bey. Sam Jones Brought Down From Sacramento by a Visitor. A young man of about thirty years of age was brought to the Police Station last evening, suffering either from excessi < c drink combined with morphine, and per haps cocaine, or else under the influence of the last named article taken for the purpose of committing suicide. He was found by the police in a house of doubt ful repute, on Aliso street, and was brought to the Station in an unconscious condition.. The man's name was McCabe and he was formerly a clerk at a Spring-street drug store.' It is said that he once possessed the commodity of a good reputation, but having parted with that and with all his assets of a financial sort, through drink, he became desperate and undertook to get out of the scrape by what seemed the shortest method. It is also said that he waß considerably enamored of one of the residents of the house where he attempted suicide and that bis ruin grew out of this hopeless passion. The city physician, Dr. Choate, was called and did tbe man the kindness, or unkindness, as the case may be, to help him back to life again. At a late hour he was resting quietly and bis recovery was certain. DIAMONDS POUND. How T tie j- Were Discovered Under tne Mattress. On the 22 ad instant a telegram ap peared in the Hbbald and in several other papers throughout the country, stating that Mrs. Oglesby-Snyder, a re cently married daughter of Governor Oglesby, of Illinois, had lost diamonds and jewelry at the Dal Mar Hotel, where she and her husband were stopping, to the value of $12,000. The report stated that when they (Mr. and Mrs. Snyder) arrived at the Del Mar Hotel, Mr. Snyder took his wife's jewelry and diamonds, and, putting them in an envelope, hand ed tbem to a young man whom he sop posed to be the clerk, requesting tbat the valuables be placed in the safe. A day or two later Mrs. Snyder desired to use her diamonds, but, upon application at the office, was told that they knew noth ing of the diamonds. The safe was searched and no trace of the valuables could be found. Mr. J. B. McCullough, manager of the hotei, writes, »iati_g that Mr. Snyder may have intended placing the dia monds in the hotel office but failed to do so, and in the evening must have placed them between the mattresses of his bed and forgot all about them until wanted, and then, thinking he had left them in the office, called for them and, of course, was told they were not there. This led to a great deal of talk, Mr. Snyder in sisting that he had left them there. The talk finally reached tbe chambermaid's ears, and she remembered seeing an en velope between tbe mattresses cf his bed and immediately told him of the fact. A search revealed the missing diamonds, thus exonerating all the employees of the hotel. SPORTS AND PASTIMES. Opinion* on the BUI for Suppressing Pool Selling. The Los Angeles Turf Club are sparing no pains to make their coming spring meeting a success. On Tuesday next their Secretary, Mr. A. T. Rodman, journeys north for the purpose of iu ducing the northern owners to enter their horses for the valuable purses offered by the club. There is little doubt but that they will respond in a liberal manner and the horsemen of Los An geles will find in the northern stables foemen worthy of their steel. Whilst north it would be well for the courteous Secretary of the Turf Club to appear before the committee having in charge the Suopression bill, or as the Breeder and Sportsman has it, "the bill to limit poolselhng and bookmaking " Whatever may be the object of this bill, the effect it will produce, will be lo ruin every Turf Association in California. There is no man better qualified to pass au opinion on ttiese matters than Mr. H. I Rodman, as he has vast experience on the subject acquired in every Slate in the Union. The supporters of this bill claim that pool-selling and book-makiug ou Eastern events detract from the attention be stowed on home contests, and that in consequence, the State fairs fail to secure the support and attendance of those who frequent the pool-rooms. If ever there was a flimsy excuse offered for paasinir. a sumptuary law, this is one. But the supporters of this bill and amorist theui are certain j mrnals which cliiim to bu representa tive of the interests of the turf in Cali fornia, have, iv the heat of their anxiety to make a strong case, exceeded in their arguments what the facts wonld warrant. The statement for instance that ninety five per cent of tbe whole number of breeders of race horses and fast trotteis in California are in favor of limited pool selling is iuc irrect. Mr. E. J. Baldwin, of the Santa Anita stables, considers it unnecessary, as tbe question of allowing minors to frequent pool-rooms can be easily regulated by the police. Mr. L. J. Rose, Jr., is strongly opposed to the bill. Mr. Harry Rose believes that the pool rooms are a stimulus to horse racing, as, through them, lovers of racing can keep track of the doings of the California rep resentatives on the Eastern circuit. Dr. D, K. Wise thinks that the bill is not only unnecessary but injurious, since the attempt made by it to limit specula tion will tell equally against the owner who wix_es to back his horses, as against the outside public. Mr. "Knapsack" McCarthy expresses himself as strongly opposed to the bill. He is of tbe opinion that it is but tbe thin end of the wedge to finally suppress racing. The point that the pool-rooms lessen the attendance at the track can be easily met by closing them on the days when there is racing in tbe vicinity the city in which they are. Mr. Chas. Durfee fails to see any nee FIVE CENTS. essity for the bill, and is of the opinion that it will seriously injure trotting and racing on this coast. Mr. P. C. Dornalech, apart from the moral aspect of gambling at all, thinks that pool-selling on all races gives a stimulus to sport. Mr. H. L. Samuels is of tbe opinion that no man can afford to run race horses without backing them, and is op posed to the bill since it would take away the opportunity of d< ing so. In fact, the owners and breedors of Southern California are unanimous in their condemnation of the bill, and it will be a sorry day for sport on this coast should it ever become a law. Anqlick. SAM JONES HEARD FROM. He liOaea *to at a Sacramento Far* Game. Sam Jones and his recent sensational evangelistic labors in this town will be readily remembered by all church-goers, and, in fact, by a good many who do net come under that denomination, and tbe following story, told yesterday morning in the lobby of the Nadeau by a member of the Senate Committee on Public Orounds and Buildings, now in the city from Sacramento, will be perused with interest. Sam made his appearance in Sacra mento a few days ago, and proceeded to thunder forth to the residents of that place that they were living in a hot bed of vice, in much the same manner that he orated to the dwellers of the City of the Angels. Now, as is well-known in sporting circles, King; Faro holds one of his many courts in the Capital City, the "lookout" (an individ ual who knows everybody) was aston ished the other evening, when, on peer ing through the pigeon-hole, he saw the well-known figure of Sam mounting the stairs. He let him in, however, and whispered to one of the boys who was in the room, so the Reverend Samivel was, therefore, watched with some interest as he walked up to one of the tables and, leaning over the case-keeper's shoulder, called for "$lO worth of reds." They were handed to bim and he proceeded to play single out and other "certain systems" according to the superstition of able players, but coppering and every thing was in vain and in a very few minutes his last chip had been swept in by the manipulator of the card-box. "Gimme another stack" said Sam, and he piled up a number of his counters on the ace, but luck was against him and he was soon broke again. He had some more money left, however, and other shining eagles passed into the dealer's hands, but shared a like fate, whereupon Sara purchased one more stack with a look of despair on his face that showed that he was beginning to lose heart. Whether it was a stroke of vengeance on the part of the goddess Fortune cannot, of course, be said, but certain it is that she laid Sum cut is whit is knc-TS as the cold, and he descended the stairs a $40 loser, though probably consoling himself with the reflection tbat he would get ten times that amount at the morrow's church collection. Now it so happened that one of the gamblers took a notion the next night to drop np to Sam's revival service and see how he conducted the affair, the sport being; somewhat interested in the Evangelist on account of his bold buck ing of the tiger the night be fore. His astonishment can only be imagined when Sam opened the even ing's sermon with the announcement that he would speak on gambling, and lo and behold I the divine went into the whole thing, explained how a bet was coppered, and how money was lost and J won. He wound up by saving that be i had visited, what he characterised as "one of the dens" the night before, and had there made himself thoroughly ac quainted with the modus operandi, so that he might speak on his subject with the language of a man who knew all about it. He emitted to say, however, anything of the (40 he had left behind him, and the gamblers affirm that the only reason that ue "burnt them up" was because he ost instead of beating them out of a ew hundred dollars. Fan ran Flayera. A lively gambling raid was made last light by Officers Dorsey and Wixom irhich resulted in the capture of an im nense gang of the heathens who were ingaged at the game of fan tan. The ifficers pounced unexpectedly upon the loor-keepers and managed to get into he room where the play was in progress tnd prevent any of the players from es caping. Their quenes were then tied ogether and the entire crowd brought o the station. Two were booked ts cashiers, two as dealers and twenty even as players. They were huddled ogether in a back room at the station, md kept nnder guard until the arrival of tn interpreter and a boss gambler with a )ag full of gold. The necessary deposit >f bail was then made, and they were all tllowed to go fret,. For the next two veeks the case against them will drag tlong through the courts at considerable ixpenseto the city, with small proba bility of any convictioni, and with a iertainty that the vice has not been sup pressed, or even impeded. A Helig-IBUs maniac. An insane man by the name of CD. Oefort was brought to tbe County Jail Saturday night from Baldwin's ranch. He is about 20 years of age, s powerful, ;ood-looking fellow. Religion appears a have been the cause of bis abberra ;ion. He believes that he is Christ and ;hat bis present existence is being passed in heaven. The variety ef para dise provided by the County Jail not sat isfying him he made an effort soon after he was put into his cell to hang himself with one of his suspenders. It was found necessary to put the muff on his hands to keep him from injuring himself. He had been serving as a farm hand on Baldwin's ranch for the past four or five months, and had never shown any si ens of insanity until this idea seised him that he had been sent as a Savior to mankind. He will be examined by the Insanity Commission to-day. A Turn Vereln Social. A very pleasant concert and danoe was given at the Turn Verein Hall last night by the members of the craft. In spite of the inclement weather there was a fair attendance, and all went merry as a marriage bell until the hoar of midnight, when the festivities came to a close.