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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO. 147. AITIIJ SERIENTS. }TTtAND O^SbX^OUSE. XT H. C. Wvatt, Lessee and Manager. SIX NIGHT 3 AND BATURDAY MATINEE COMMENCING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25th. j Appearauce of the Distinguished Artiste, Mme. I mODJTESKA, \ And a Dramatic Company of uuusual excel lence. Under the direction of Mr. Al Hayman. ' A BRILLIANT REPERTORY: , Tuesday AS YOU LIKE IT. t Wednesday ADKIENNE LECOUVREUK - Thursday OAMILLE. f Friday OYMBEI.INE . Satu-day Motiuee AS YOU I.IKE IT. Saturday Evening (by request) MARY STUART j BEAT 3 NOW ON SALE. Prices—2sc, 50c., 75c and $1 and $1.50. j f!7td , LOS ANGELES THEATER. < H. C. Wyatt, Leasee and Manager. j ONE WEEK ONLY, ! COMMENCING SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, : SATURDAY MATINEE. - '18. AUI.CS fIN OAI.V'S Greatest New York Success, • "A Nlti If I OFF!'*: ] ! : t Presented by a ' SUPERB OABT OF COMEDIANS, ] As produced at 1 DALY'S THEATER, NEW YORK CITY. *_ Prices—sl. 75c, 50c , 25c. I Matinee Piiees—2sc. and 50c. f2otd j W BW LOS ANGELES THEATER. THIRD URANU CONCERT or Tins I PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY f On Tuesday Evkninm, Maech 5, 1889. j Programme includes Moza-t'a 17th Concerto t for two pianos and orcaestra. two orchestral 1 numbers by Franz Nebelung, of Anaheim, I Gounod's Hymn of the Apostles, Max Bruch's Flight of the Holy Family, Sohumanu's Gipsy Life, and a number ol very liglt and pleasing vocal and orchestral compositions. Box sheer for resorred seats opens Thursday . morning, February 28th, at the Los Augeles . Theater. 127-td \ HAZARD'S PAVILION. Corner Fifth and Olive. :TBE ABVERTISINC BttluADE.: 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 iorty business firms are to be repre sented, each by a young lady wbose dre-s will be characteiUt'c of their business, many de cidedly unique. O' course the Herald will be there in charming style. The company is being thoroughly arilled in military tactics by Captain JoLes of East LosADgelt s. Armed with lances they present a lormldale trout and hum be » en to be appreciated. 125 ot ACADEMY OF MUSIC, corner Filth and Olive sts. J GREATEST FREE SHOW ON EARTH. 1 —BY TUB— JBBDICIitS tO>: —TO COKTIKIIB FOR — EIGHTEEN NIGHTB . Moral, interesting and instructive Indian wir songsi dances, sketches, farces, dramas, ° acrobatic exercises, etc. X FREE LECTURE TO LADIES every afler- . noon. Saturday and Sunday excepted, by DR. 1 REBECCA H. LONGSHORE. Sunday igbt, March 3d, a special attraction —MAY MOZ ART in her cc ebrated Dissolving Panorama, entitle I 80 MirNJITH AROUND 1 TH«. WORLD. Also C. A. unrgeis on ludian Beligi >n Admission 10 cen's. 127 l it. CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM « THEATER North Main street, near First. Soylb & Isaacs, Proprietors. THE POPULAR FAfitlEV RESORT! 1 D "Despair and happiness are so sinsely linked * that each is riven by the wealth oi the other." 1 Wr.EK Ooxmencino Satvbday, Febiiuaby 23. MPSErjw — The Castcllolip. Unique Living i Marionettes; Jos. Lambert, Yankee Whittler; 1 Sig. Loreuso. Clever Balancer: C G Lawler. the Human Kaleidoscope; Madame Newzeellc, Egyptian Seeress; Punch aud Judy, etc 1 Thkatkb—Miss Ids Wilson, Character Vocal ist; Wm. Ward, Dailng Trapeue Artist; Mons. • Ravella, Japauese Juggler; Miss Daisy Brooks. - Pleasing Vocalist; Billy Wetson, Musical Genius, etc. Doors open from 10 A. sc. to 10 p. M. Admission, 10c. Reserved seats 100 extra. ; THE TIVOLI, ! 46 North Main street. ; GREAT MUSICAL SENSATION I THE HUNGARIAN UIPSV QUINTETTE, MAGYAR NEMZETI ZENE, Speelally engaged for the Tivoll. 1 They prodnce orchestra effects never before heard ln California. FREE ENTERTAINMENT, commencing Feb ruary 26th. f23tf FRBT-CLASB FBEE ENTERT AINMBNT 1 AND CONCERT. VIENNA BUFFET, Corner Main and Requeue streets. Eveey Evening ahd Bunday afternoon. CELEBRATED HUNGARIAN SOLOISTS. Fine Hungarian Kitchen ln connection. SACRED CONCERT every Sunday Afternoon at Washington Garden. )a2 tf COST AND F UND. HORBE. ABOUT 16% HANDS high, branded " Liberal reward will be paid for same at H Desell Stable. Fifth and Spring sts. H7 7» , CAMK TO MY PLACE AT LOT 0, BLOCK 29, Elyslan Park, on the 18th of Fenruaiy, a gray white horse weighs abont 1000 pom ds. Ownercin hi ye same by proving property and piying charges Addreaa JUSTIN DELPONT, 01 x 100 Hbrald offire. f27 5» OST — TIN BOX, t-ONTAINING PAPKnB belonging to C. A. and M. E Steele, with book strap on outside, somewhere between Jef ferson and Washington st, on Vermont aye. Finder will please retnrn to No. 9 N. Main, "nd receive reward. 127 1 SPECIAL NOITCES. R3?jOiaNHON^cTRD~ READER, 50 cents; lades only, rear 225 S. Bicbel st , E. L. A. fl2 lm" B. CHAS. DB BZIGETHY HAB BE TURNED to the city and has resumed his practice Residence and office, 813 S. Main st Tele phone. 1056. 120 lm DEVELOPMENT OF LAND—I AM PBE pared to clear and plow land ln Antelope Valley on tbe most reasonable terma. JAMES B. ALLEN, Rosamond, Cal. ja29 lm' MRS. SEAL CURES ALL CHRONIC Dis eases: cures use of tobacco ln any form, liquor or opium; oureof tobacco guaranteed or no pay; sittings daily. No 306 S. Main St. Ja2Blm» HjEMONY, THE KING OF HERBS, GVAR snteed to enre rheumatism, neuralgia, con stipation, indigestion, etc. Sold only at 143 K. First st T> lephone 721. fl9 lm * IbbSb, TiTaSONB KNIGHTSOF PYTHIAS Oddfellows Hud Redmeu—B F. '^PiJsKcf^NEWELL, acent for the Stale, has "aJSBBBjes*- on his seeot d visit with yoursteel plate degreecharts. Headquarters, 33 E Second st. .while ln the city. Orders addres ed to Hopedale, Mass ,w>llalways reach me. 1273* RS E. IRELAND WOULD RKsPKCT ful'y announce thst she has seenred the agency for <he Schults German Compounds and has prepared herßelf to give instructions in the celebrated Saline capelue Batb and TripslS Treatment oi the Hair, and will give employ ment to 100 ladies aud gentlemen. A cordial invitation Is given to the sick and those wish ing their hair oleaned or renovated 10 call at once and try the new methods. Office—Room 15, over postofflce. Office hours, irom 2to 9 p.m. 18 lm* EUrfiNKSH MeViUm"7anT> ' 11 clairvoyant, 29 8. Soring, room 15. J29-M . ivoKuk and CRIMINAL~LAW A BFEOI- ! alty. Advice free. W. W. HOI.COMB. At- " torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. j 29-tf . OltD AN~BROrT. OF 994. BPRING St 7, ARE \ making tho cheapest clothes iv the city, in t order to make room for their coming spring aud summer goods. (2 1m "DEKSONAL—THE j7~m7~STODA RD &~CO. j f edition Euci clopedia Brltannica, with sup , plement, is now complete, and will be delivered \ 01 payment of $15 down and one volume per . mouth. GEO. J BUCK, age bt, room 42, Na tick Honse. f27 3* THE HAM MAM, UNDER THE MANAGE- J mentof Dr H. C. Rnyer and Mr Charles t 1 raphagen, is thoroughly renovated and tnt In I perfect order. The ladies' department is finely I fitted up, a 'd afford? every means known iv :. the art o' bathing. Electricity is rnu to each ] col. Th's department is run expressly for j ladies, and every thing for their comfort and I benefit will be closely looked after. Ladies'de- | partment open from 3 A st. to 10 r. M. Gentle- J men-s department open day and night H C, J ROVER, M. D., physician in charge; CHARLES 11 TRAPHAGEN, business manager. f2l-lm « ■sasa f FOR RENT—HOUSES. ! FOR RENT - parts of the city by C. A. SUMNER <ft CO., 54 N. Main st. ja29 lm I OR BENT — NEW 6-BQOM. COTTAGE, , $15; 3 rooms and boh, $15; 2 rooms, $10, , ail water paid. BYRAM <St POINDEXIKR, 19 , W. First st Ja3o lm 1 FOR RENT 7-BOOM COT- ! tan, neart> business. 510 Grand aye., j near Sixth; low rent to right parties. Apply I to Wm. McLean, 258 8. Spring St. feb24-tf J FOR RENT—a" HOUSE, 4 ROOMS. 2' "CLOT- ! et«. $14; Oak st. Inquire 517 Sixth st. G. ' KABLE. f27 2* j F~)R~rWt^o pa RTB OF 1 the city; a loug list; yon can examine free. L A. Rental Agency, 1 N. Fort ti J. C. FLODRNOY, Secretary. 127-lm : oTetoTIEABE ON^ERYREASONABLE » terms March I—one house of 0 rooms, hard finished, large oloaets, and large lot, clo>e j to new Southern Paclfi depot. Apply to owner, j 16 8 Main st, or Mr. Webb, stent Los Angeles . Land Bureau, new S lutnorn Pacific depot "I feb24-4t J OE EKNT—^HITpTY~RE¥T7~wTfEIFS3O ! per month will pay principal and Interest . <sn well located cottege? We have a new 1 house for sale on these terms: only $150 cash I required. BYRAM <b POINDEXTER, 19 W. 1 First st. joBo lm - FOR KENT--ROOItIS. j « nUhed rooms. Apply at 321 W. Second st. 123 4* f TO LET—THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR ■ housekeeping. 16 Regent St. 126 st* J ROOMS IN BUILDING 39 J 8. Fort St.; gas fixtures and all in order for ' immediate occupancy. E B. MII.MR 121 7t* NFURNISHED ROOMS FOR BENT IN THE c Norton Block, cor Seventh aud Hill si -.; > suitable fo light housekeeping. feb24-lm* OB BENT — CHEAPEST. FINE, BUNNY suites in the city furnished and unfnr- ( niihed at the Lanknrshtm, 218W 8. Spring, s 127 It f FilOR RENT — uWuHNISHKI) > 1 <lndtug hath, gas, etc.; $8 and $10. LANK- - ERBHIM, Spring st. 127 It SUNNY FU R ulshed rooms apply to MRS. MARY - BOEHMK, Ocean aye., next to "Tho Lawrence." i fsif OB BEIS—N uItNTaHJtD BOOHS, ' close in, ai No 417 Wall st, noar Fourth; : alan excellent table board. 16 lm* FOR - EB. ' furnished with use of flue folding bed, with . desk, bay window aud porch sinele or en site, very reasonable. LANKERSHIM, 218Vj . 8. Fprfng. i 27 It F»R RENT—ffl ORES AN U~ ROOffisT , olTliKNr^''THl^^ rent. No. 262 8 Spring st. Apply WM Mc- I .wan. 2 doors north. f2tf j OR RENT—BuTIDINOB AND STORES IN ■ all desirable locations by C. A. SUMNER & CO., 54 N Main «t ]»29 lm j wANIUIt-MALI: KEEP. j .SMART BOY FOR CIGAR 1 stand; oae posted on stock; must com" < highly recomme-ded. Coll Wednesday after 9 , aM„ No, 46 a. Main. Tlvoli cigar stand, f27 1* ] ANTED-IF YOC WANT A COOK OR . help in tbe kitchen, call at Chief Conks' , h.-xdquarters, 243 I.os Angeles St., lennett , LACOUR. fl4-6m I I WANTED— rEfMAEE BKLP. ! toassUtatbusheling. LONDON CLOTH- > ING CO. f2« tit* WaNTE D— aOENTS. ' Alliance, Issuing a combined life and acci dent policy, within the reach of all, A souud, progressive corporation, managed by the beat , men in Los Angeles. Liberal terms to good men. Call on the Secretary, second floor, I'hiMps Block. f!4-2w ANTED—BALEBMAN—A THOROUGHLY first-class man to act as agent for the sale of lubricating oils to the consuming trade in > Lob Angeles and surrounding country, to work lv connection with our 'in Francisco office. Previous experience not essential, but only men of good character will be considerecf. Good posi lon and ,ure salary to the right per son. Opportunity will be granted to suitable applicants for a personal Interview at Los An g.les. Address immediately, giving age, pre vious busiuess experience aud references, the home oftico, VACUUM OIL CO., Rochester, N Y. f25 4t W •» M KU [si s v ations-fV male. ok 18 YEARS/ wants position. Address Mrs. MARY HART, 33 Aun st. f2t) 3t* FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS (BECOND work) wants position. Address A. 8., box 100, 'his offici 126 BtJ* want s a c » mn EN . SALESMEN— WE WISH A FEW MEN TO seil our goods by simple to the woleaale aud retail trade Laigct manuf'rs ln our line. Enclose 2 cent stamp Wage. $3 per day Per manent position. No p'stals answered. Money advanced fo<- cdvcrilsing, wages, etc. CBN. IENNIAL MAN'F'G CO., Cincinnati, Ohio ia27 sun Awed lOt ~ WAN 1811- IHISCEEEAIt.OUta. , AN IED -PICTURES TO HRAMB. CHEA P est place at BURNS'. 23' Spring st ANIED-A YOUNG "PsToiNG OR SINGLE loot saddle horse, sound aud tame. Address P. O box 185i,city 127 3* ANTED—TO PURCHASE A NEWFOUND- Iand pup. Address H. W. SESSIONS, Whlttier, Calf 27 3» FOR lALE. O^T^AXE^2 m corner of Vermont aye. and Jefferson st M M. RICHARDSON. f26 3t« OS ANGELES RBAL~EB TATE AND FlNaN ci .1 Agency, 1 N. Fort, cor. First st, loans money at reasonable rates ln sums to salt. J. 0. FLOURNOY, Secretary. 127 lm FOR SALE —SNAP BARGAIN: A GIVE AWAY. Lot 54x160 to alley; house, flowers, hedge, young fruit trees, large chicken corrals; sixth house north from Washington st. on Denver aye.; take Olive aud Washington st car; only $775. 126 3t» A BARGAIN — IU-ROOM HOUSE; HARD Aniseed; hot and sold water; weU-lur ' uished; good title; tools, etc; near school, ' hotel, stores: 20 minuses by rail from Los An ' geles. 15 minutes from Pasadena. Owner hav -1 ing business East will sell all for $3,000, if taken soon. Apply PEYTON, 75 N. Sprint st. [ f26 7t OB SALE—JUBT ARRIVED, A C4B LOAD of superior family cows, thoroughbred and high it rude Jerseys, the most, practical 1 family cow known. Also, a few deep milkers, 1 5 to 6 gallons per day, possessing individual excellence in a high degree. Gray Knight, the 1 grandest specimen of the Jersey race, standß - for service at my stableu; terms, $5 I Import, t breed, ship and sell on commission all varle -1 tiesof thoroughbred live stock. Waahington » Garden Sale Stable, Los Angeles, Cal., B. 0. PL aTT, Froprlttor. 120 3t* WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27, 1889. FOR SAEE—City Property. F"o"r"saLE— ONE Of THE HANDSOMEST residences on Figueroa St.; parties leaving town. Address P. ». box 2,642. f2l 7t* OK HALE—A FINE 2 STORY RESIDENCE of 10 rooms and reception hall, with nil modern improvements; also artistic fr :scoed: on Seventh st., opnoslio the West Lake Park. Sold by owner. O. BRANDT. 119 lm* For sale-easy instalments," will take trade for small portion; new 0 room house, 1(1,750; well located; $20 per mouth aud interest. BYRAM <v POINDEXTER, 19 W. First Bt. ja3olm FOR sALK-Country I'ropertr. FOR BALK— FIN_TUI-aYTSg iIaNDs IN VEN tura county, well watered and easy of ac cess, $5 to $12.50 per acre, in tracts to suit R. W. POINDEXTER, 19 W. First st. Los An geles. j«3O l m FOR HALE—SMALL FARMS, 10 MILES FROM I.os Angeles, 1 and 2 miles from railroad sta tion, 3 miles from Inglewood; land all bowu to barley; 5,10,20 acres or more if desired: we have 480 acres of this land for sslo, In tract* to suit, and on very easy terms; prlees from $90 to $200 per acre; we know of no other laud of this quality that can be bonght ln that ' neighborhood for any such prices. For full pa'- ' ticulars inquire of BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First st. f7 lm THE JURUPA LAND AND WATER COM pany offers a six thousand acre tract; will ceil in forty acres lots; situated three miles not th west from Rowell Hotol, Riverside, Cal., with i a good water right of one miner's inch of water to every seven and one half acres of land, for the extremely low prire ot one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125) per acre. One-quar ter down and balanco to suit buyers' conven ience. The land Is level and ln a beautiful sheltered valley, and is the best orange land iv Southorn California. Commission paid to I agents. Address MILLS & CRAWFORD, 18 Court St., Los Angeles; CUNNINGHAM & CO., Han Bernardino; or A. R. MESERVE. North > Pomona ]30-3 m TO~ EXCHAKVtii FIRBT-CLAB3 PRIVATE AND NATIONAL hank stock; paid up; for unencumbered for ueariy so) real estate. Addreis Box 153, . Monrovia. f24-7t FOR BALE"~VyR EXCI3A~NOE FOR ~GOOD < acre property—My well-established lunch and candy business. J. M. SPENCE, 40 South Spring street. f24-7t* (ialifornla~and eastern property j for exchange. McDONALD, room 8 Wilson Block, corner of Spring and First Bts. f22tf 0 EXCHANGE—THE BEST SANTA ANA • and San Fernando Valley land, for flrst olass Eastern city or farm property. Address owner, room 6. Allen block, Los Angeles. fl2 tf i TO EXCHANGE--LARGE* DOUBLE HOUBE\ 18 rooms, well located, for good farm near City. BYRAM «_ POINDEXTER, 19 W. First j st ja3o lm , TO BXO SLANGE—4SOO PIECES Ol 1 FBOP- ' erty, bouses, lots, ranches, Eastern prop erty, business property, mortgages, merchan dise, etc , etc. Exchange Headquarters. J. C. WILLMON, W. First st. fl lm" . WILL TEA DE 35 ACRE~fT CHOICE GLEN dale property, loc .tod on proposed line of Glendale railroad, foot of mountain, with 60 ' shares of Verdugo Water Company. Magnifi cent soil, settlements all around. Will trade for city property at reasonable price per acre W. R BURKE. 55 N. Spring st. dlfl wAsun tf lIUTSINJESI* CHANVKS " I 'OR SALE — BUTCHER SHOP, LEASE 51$ Iye rs. Apply cor. First and Alameda. 17 lm* ' OR BALK—A F_BST-CLABB CROCKERY business, very cheap. Apply to W. J. GUTHRIE, Sau Bernardino. f2 lm* WANTED—ACTIVE ~ MAN""(SB WOMAN TO TT start bakery and restaurant Good center, corner store, living rooms: iv rear, A. L. , TEELE, Fort Bt 120 3t* F-nVnci TC. MONEY T ) LOAN~iN"BIiMB TO SUIT. F. IL ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. Ja2tf ONEY W"u>AN~ON MORTGAGE?' TIMER &. HARRIS, attorneys-at-Uw, 78 Temple bioek. f22tf ONEY WTOAN-IN LARUE OR SMALL amoui ta on Hrst-ulasß mortgages by C. A. 6CMNER & CO., 54 N. Main St. ja29 lm ONKY~TO laJaln—lN TO BUIT\ ON eilt edsed security. W. S. WATERS, room 2,117 New High st. flOtf flht Ail A Aft 60AN. A. J. VIELE, spIUUyVyU Room 1, Wilson blk. 126-lmo $~Z7\ AAA TO LOAN ONTriRST-CLArIS D\/.\fv"Lr mortgages, at low rates. BYRAM & POINDEXTER. 19 W. First st. J33tf_ iptmooo 10 AN - Becurxty SAVINGS BANK, 40 S. Main Bt. Mortgages bought and sold. fl7-lm. /IR AWFO RD A Mc6KEE RY, ROOM 10, OVER \ /Los Angeles National Bank. Loan $50 to *50,C00. short term loans a specialty. Buy notes, mortgages and contracts. f2ot' ONEY TO LOAN Tn~BUMB TO SUIT ON Improved property at current rates; large sums at very low rates. POMEROY <_ GATES, 16 Court st fl6tf ONEY TO LOAN ON FIBSr-CLASS MORTGAGES. APPLY TO JOHN MILNER, Room 9, Baker block, Los Angeles. fDtf ONEY~TO LOAN—ON PIANOS *ND OR gans at COLLATERAL SECURITY LOAN OFFICE, room 39, Wilson block, No. 68 Spring st, . fl6 lm ONEY TO LOAN—WE HAVE HAD placed in our hands to loan on any kind of apnr ved security several sums of $50 each, $100 eacn, $200 each, $300 each. 9400 encb, $500 each, and a few of $1,000 each, noes and mortgages bought and sold E. L. BUCK, rooms 31 and 32, New Wilson block. fotf ONEY TO LOAN—SAVE BENT. JOIN THE Home Building Association Build your self a borne and pay for it on the Installment plan. For Information apply to M. C. WEST BROOK, 3. cretary, room 87, Phillips block. Spring «t WOH" EXClittntons. L'XCUKbIONB — EAST AND WESt, SEMI l}j monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas City and Chicago FREE sleeping accommoda tions going Eatt. For lowest rates, etc., apply to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring St., Los An geles. f!2tf ENVES'"AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK Island route excursions will leave Los Angle s every Tuesday. Tonrlst sleeping cars ' Tp_aut!'y equipped, free of charge. Call or ad ores, $jj w. 110 N. Spring st \ inixc'URSIONrt—THROUGH CARS TO CHl tii csgo. Only one change to Boston. Con ductors and porters accompany all parties. Leave Los Angeles January 10th and 24th, February 7th and 21st, March 7th and 21st A. PHILLIPS & CO., 44 N. Spring st, Los Au geles, CaL ] 37-tf WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS TO ALL points East Through cars to Chicago, elegantly and completely equipped. Our next parties leave Los Angeles February 26th, 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 F~ IRBT eIcCURSION OF the season, via Salt Lake City snd Denver, leaves Tbursdav, February 28th, and regularly there alter. Tourist cars, ele gantly equipped, aepsrate berth for each passenger free. For Information, free 1 berths, etc , call upon or addreis J B. Quigley, agent Burlington ronte. No. 112 North Spring street. Los Angeles. flOtf SOUTHERIFpACIFIC H excursions to New York, Boston and Phils - delphia. Elegant new tourist cars with ladies - dressing room and lavatory; stoves with lm , proved heaters for making tea and coffee; com - plete equipment of cushions, bedding.ourtains, • etc,; uniformed eolced porters; 8. P. Oo.'s party f conductors go through to New Orleans, thence to Boston aud Philadelphia. Bnt on" change of l cars (in Union Depot) at New Orleans. The ' Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route through ' the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir 1 mingham, Cnattauooga, Cincinnati!, etc. 1 Quick time, direct connections. Excursions > leave Los Angeles December 16th and 80t.h 1 1888,; January 13t , February 3d and 17th; -' March 3d, 17th and 31st: April 14th; May 6th I and 19th, 1889. For further particulars call on > or wite any of tho agencies of the SOUTHERN ' PACIFC COMPANY ill Southern California, 1 or 0. F.BMURR, Assistant General Passenger / Agent southern Pacific Company, No. 202 N, ' Main tt., Los Augeles, CaL 113 5m ISIHJI I.A X PHYSICIANS. DR. DARLING OCtJLIST AMI) AUSIHI Ofllce 25 North Main St Office Hours, 9A. ___.* r 'J„ f ltf-d&w EA. DX 0 AILHOL, M. D.—AT HIS BAND , tarlum, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone 891. fl-tf __ DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN Bis ters' Hospital; 7}_ N. Main St., looms 1. 2 and 3. f27 tf CR. CIiACIUS, M. P.. OFKOX. MO. 75 N . Spring St., rooms 33 and 31. Hours from 11 A. St. to 2p. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases and chronic diseases in general, f 24tf T|R. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR JL» Ist, 107 8 Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a. at. to 12 sc. and 2to 4 p.m. MRS. DR. J. M. SMITH (FORMERjuY MRS. C. K. BOURCKY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 115 Bellevue aye. Ladies cared for during confinement. Midwifery a specialty. J2B-6m DR. WEST HUGHES, FORMER BBBJ.DBNT Snrgeon to the New York Hospital. Bur gery (including genlto-urinary diseases) and diseases of the nose, throat and cheat. 75 N. Spring st. Honrs, 9to 12. 2to 5. f2ltf Dr7~a7 E. MacDONALD, FORMERLY OF Boston—Rooms 31 and 32 California Bunk building, corner of Second and Fort. Office hours, from 10 to 12 a. h., and 2 to 4 p. m. feb24tf TvrT walteb~ lindleylhas^Tiemoved U his residence to 40 Ottawa street between Tenth and Eleventh streets, one-half square west of Pearl street. Office 237 South Spring street. Office hours, 2to 4 p, v.: telephone, of fice, 478; telephone, residence,42, f24lm kTI. GOI7i¥ciIMIEDT—GE ticing physician; late of New York; twenty years private an i hospital experience. Office, 23 South Spring street, room 12; residence, Emerson House, 415 South Oiive street: tele phone, Office, 1019 Residenoe, 1054. Spe cialty: Diseases of children. 127-tf HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D.. M. C. P. B. ,O. Specialist in diseases of the head, throat and chest, including the eye, ear and heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen, mo 'Oxide, and other medicated inhalations, used in all diseases of the respiratory organs Office, Hollenbeok Block, corner Second and Soring srreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, from 9 A. M to 4 P. M. iIENTIsfTS. BTTTtaTcul^Nt]^ St. McDonald block. fls tf DR. W. H. MASSBR HAS REOPENED HIS dental office ln rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. Second and Fort sts. 130-tf DENTISTRY — DENTAL OPEBATIONB IN all branches performed at reasonable prices for good work. Rooms 0 and 7, 205U 8. Spring si* f2tf DENTAL INSTITUTE, COB. SPRING AND Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill ing, from $1.00 up; amalgam tilling, from 50c. up; extracting, 25c. A regular graduate in constant attendance. f2l tf REMOVED. DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST stß., Wilson "lock; take elevator. Teeth filled painlessly. Gold crowns and bridge work a specialty. Teeth extracted painlessly. Dr. Max Wassman, of Ban Francisco, and Dr. (Jasson Mac Donald, of Philadelphia, assistants. ]410 m A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING <V street. Rooms 4 and 5, Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver fillings, SI. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, $1, Teeth extracted without gas or air, 60 cents. Best sets of teeth from S8 to 810. Byonrnew method of making teeth, a misfit is impossible. All work guaranteed. We make a specialty of extracting teeth with out pain. Office Honrs from Ba. m., to sp. k. Sundays from 10 a. ai. to 12 m. Night calls answered prone f«Mf HOIJI EOFA- MlrsT*. RAM MA 11 Baths Insulate. Office hours, 10 a m to 8 p. ii. feb2l lm A. M. D., OFFICE AND BE3I . dence, 21 S. Spring st. Hours 1 to 4 P. M Telephone 353. Jl4 rs,Tbeach & boynton. office, 37 n. Spring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, 8 to 12 m., 1 to 1 and 0 to 8 p. M. Dr. Boyntou's residence, 735 Olive st. f!9tf I - i BAAC fellTaiws, m. d.—homeop athist Office Honrs—ll to 12 A. M., 2to 5 i>. M., Office—Not. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building, Los Angeles, CaL Residence 408 Sonth Main street. f»-tf. S. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMGSPATHIBT. . Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson block, coy. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 S. Pearl st. Office hours, 11 a. M. to Sp. m. Telephone Nos.: Office 597; residence 577. f24t» EDUCATIONAL,. F~~RE NOH AND gIeRMaN TAUGHT. BY Miss Ferrett. Address MRS, GRaY. 10 Mayo st. feb2l 7t» NIGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANGELES BUSINESS College and English Training School. 38, 40 and 42 8. Main St., near Second. D. B. WIL LIAMS. Prin. flStt ST. MATTHEW'S HALL. SAN MATEO, CAL. A Church School for boys; 23rd year. REV, ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A., Principal. flOtf OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, 38,40 and 42 8- Main St., near Second. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evenlne sessions. D. B. Prin. j 80t THE LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Music, No. 406 S. Main St. Complete course either in sic. art, langnage or elocu tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President . SIG. A. FARINI'S MUSICAL STUDIO, No. 151 8. Hill St. Pnpils prepared for the operatic and concert stage; ah-ooratorio. Class lessons of three and four at reasonable rates. Reception hours, 2 to 3 p. m. dally. f2l tf ST. HILDA'S HALL 'OF GLENDALE — A Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Gleu dalo. Accommodates 100 pupils. Full corps of teachers. For circulars aDply at school, or city office, 75 North Spring btreet. REV. THOS. W. HASKISB, Acting Rector. 127-tf WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND— SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 Sonth Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal ! SESSIONS DAT AND XVKNINO. For particulars, call at office or address. s2O-1y F. C. WOODBURY. Principal. ,\ l l nttl\ f. vN. BY.8 V. LANDT, ATTORNEY AND OOUNSEL . or-at-L»w. Offloe, over Los Angeles Na tional Bank, cor. First and Spring sts. felltf ALTERTrIiSE. ROOM 6 AL len block, cor. Spring and Temple sts. f 14tf B. HOTC HK^SB,~ATTORN EY, ROOMS 8 . and fl. Safe Deposit building, cor. New High aud Temple sts. f!7tf (IHABK 4 FORRESTER, EXAMINERS OF j Titles and Abstractors, Room 36 and 3d, Phillips' block. No. 1. f>tf BED & HEA^hTofViCeTroOMS 28 AND 29, Brjson-Bonebrske block. All business will reoeive careful and prompt attention. Divorce obtained without unnecessary pubUe ity: collections made; probate business solic ited. iHtf ARCiIIT EC is. 3 and 4, Downey block, Los Angeles. f22tf ! /IEO. F. COBTKRISAN, ARCHITECT, BOOMS IT 21.83.3» a. Spring St.. Lbs Angeles. f!2tf SOCIETY MEETINt-8. W""^LCO^E 3342— Meets Tuesday evenings at room 45, Cali fornia Bank Building. C. F„ GUABDIAN COUNCIL. NO. 90— . Regular meeting first and third Fridays, at i Pythian Cattle, 24 8, Spring st ! T OS ANGELES COUNCIL, NO. 11, ROYAI JLi and Select Masters, F. and A M.—Holds Its stated assemblies on the fourth Monday of each . month, at 7:30 p. m., at. Masonic Hall, Spring st, bet. First and Second • mRI-COLOR LODGE, NO. 96, K. OF P.- L Meets on Tuesday evenings In Pythian Cas , tie, 24 a. Spring st RaTtERNITY LODGE, NO. 79, K. OF P.- Meets on second and fourth Wednesday . evenings in each month at Pythian Castle, 84 S. Spring st FOR CHARITY. The Grand BaH at Turn verein Hall. LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. Au Interesting: Catholic Fair in Progress at Armory Hall. The Booths. "And the greatest of these is charity." This applies not only to the three Graces, but also to the social events of the season in Los Angeles. Once a year the good ladies who have the interest of the various charitable institutions of the city at heart, and who have also an appreci ation of the advantages of social enjoy ment, gather together and decree that there shall be a charity ball. This cus tom, inaugurated a number of years ago, has come to be a regular arrangement in all tbe great cities throughout the Uni'. n. Ihe charity ball is unique in the fact that it is thoroughly democratic. Al most every class which ia respectable is represented. Rich and prominent peo ple go because it is the proper thing to do, and after they are once there they enjoy themselves quite as thoroughly as those who do not have to bear the in cubus of quite so much dignity. Social pushers go because here they can sea people to whose houses they would like to be admitted, and can feel on a perfect equality with them. Religious and specially proper people go because it is for sweet charity's sake; and frivolous people go because there is good music and a satisfactory floor—two concomit ants for them of unlimited pleasure. Thus the charity ball is always a suc cess, and, as a rule, fulfills the two mis sions for which it comes into existence, affording pleasure to those who attend, and providing help throughout the year to the institutions which deserve well from the public. « The charity ball at the Turnverein Hall last night, far from being an excep tion to the rule, was one of the most suc cessful ever given in the city. The sale of tickets was large. No society young man dared to go abroad with the confes sion that he was not down on the list for the good cause. It was of no avail to plead prior engagements—no engage ment held good against the purchase of a ticket. The number who were pres ent, therefore, was no indication of the size of the subscription list. Neverthe less, the attendance was large. The floor was comfortably filled, and from the galleries a considerable crowd of those who wished to lend their presence, but were not inclined to dance, looked down upon the throng below. The list of patronesses was a guarantee of the social status of the affair. It in cluded such names as Mrs. Van Nuys, Mrs. Plater, Mrs. Stoneman, Mr. W. W. Uoss, Mrs. J. Slauson, Mrs. Bradbury, Mrs. C. Goodwin, Mrs. Chas. Ellis, Mme. Baronuess de Rogniat, Mrs. Dr. De Szigethy, Mrs. A. Glassell, Mrs. Dr. McFarland, Mrs. Banning, Mrs. F. Crank. Most of these ladies were pres ent last evening. Among those who assisted in the management of the affair were Mrs. C. Uncommon, Mrs. Harris Newmark, Mrs. M. Kremer, Mrs. S. Hellman and Mrs. H. McLellan. The management of the dancing was left in the hands of one of the most pop ular society men in Los Angeles, who has officiated in the same capacity for a number of years, and whose indefati gable energy and consummate tact ami skill is certainly deserving of tbe thanks of those who were interested in the suc cess of the affair, Dr. William Lq Moyne Wills. Tbe programme announces the names of a number of assistants, but as they for the most part failed to material ize, the work was left for him to do alone. Nevertheless, everything worked smoothly, the dances followed one an other at the proper intervals, sets were made up rapidly for quadrilles, and nothing during the evening happened to jar on the harmony of the occasion. There were about 100 couples on the floor, tbe gentlemen all in the stereo typed evening dress, and the ladies many of them in brilliant toilets. Among t) c dancers were Mies Millie W«il, tight pink silk crepe; Mrs. T. M. Alton, cream colored gros grain silk ; Mrs. Dr. I.) • Szigethy, cream colored silk with black lace overdress; Mrs. Goodwin, green satin; Miss Jennie Dickinson, hlack lace with pink roses; Miss Florence De Pay, black lace with scarlet fljwers; Miss Mamie Meyer, lavender silk ; Miss Belle Del Valle, pale pink satin and white lace: Miss Lulu Lazard, cream colored nun's veiling and silk; Miss Kremer, nun's veiling, cream colored eilk with lace; Mrs. Meyberg, grcea and gold ; Mrs. 8. Hellman, black lace and diamonds; Mrs. Dr. Kunz, black silk, Mrs. Agnes Wilson, pale pink satin and lace, Mrs. McClel lan, Nile green velvet and silk, Miss May McLellan, white silk with beaded orna ments, Miss Wills, salmon colored silk, Miss Eva Kremer, pale pink satin, Miss Soamai s, catd silk and lace, Mis. s. Cook, pink faille Franchise, Mrs. Foster, peacock blue silk with tiain, Miss Rosu Lazard, white china silk, Miss Meta Grand, black silk with lac». Miss Heinch. < r am colored silk «nd dotted tulle, Miss Millie Kuril, Nile green crepo, and a great many others just as elegantly attired and jost as pretty whose names, unfortunately the reporter does not happen to remember. Among those to the gallery, some of whom occasionally made their way to the floor, were noticed the following gentlemen, accompanied in each case by their wives: Wm. Pridham, Dr. Kurtz, Max Meyberg, Moritz Meyberg, Charles Forman, J. W. McKinley, Dr. H. B. Wing, Charles Prager, E. L. Btern, C. J. Ellis, L. T. Garnsey, Eugene Germain, J. Loeb, Ed. Preuss, Joseph Wolfskill, 0. Seligman, M. H. Newmark, Ben Stern, Messrs. Waldeck, Lewin, Lazard, Jacobi, Harris, Milner, Russell, Kuger man, McNeil, Mrs. L C. Goodwin, Mrs. Chevalier and her daughters, Mrs. Mil ner, Mrs. Shoemaker and many others. Among the youg man on the floor were noticed Messrs. Polk, Montgomery, Pat ton, Adams, Stassforth, Harvey, f>eal, Hicks, McCool, Buckner, Cravens, Wil son, Koepfli, Blake, La Flure, Dr. Mc- Gowan, Shoemaker, Hellman, Foster, Miles, Heinch, Bradbury, Franks, 81os son, Langstetter, Fleishman and others. Tbe floor was in excellent io diiion, and the music all that could be desired. A long programme of dances was given and when the company dispersed, shortly after midnight, sentiments of gratification were heard on all Bides at the good time which had been enjoyed. FIVE CENTS. THE CATHOLIC FAIR. The Opening NlsTht-The Booths and Their Keepers. In the Armory Hall last night com menced the grand Catholic Fair for the benefit of »he New Church of the Sacred Heart in East Los Angeles. There was not quite as large an attendance as could have been desired, though this was doubt less due to the counter-attractions of Madame Modjeska and the Charity Ball at Turn verein Hall. There were enough on hand, however, to make the meeting a very joyous one, and the evening was very happily passed by those who had tbe good fortune to be present. The fair in itself is of the usual kind, with pretty faces peeping out from gaily-bedecked booths and a gener al air of gaiety betokening enjoyment in every quarter. A well selected orchestra solaced the solitary visitor and happily filled in the intervals between the even ing's entertainments, affording at the end a kind of promenade concert that muet be experienced to be duly appre ciated. In the galleries is to be found a well assorted department stocked with refreshments of the more solid sort and here each day — for the fair lasts a week — will be served a .anch between the hours of 11 and 2, while a snack and a cup of coffee can be obtained at all times while the hall is open. Although all of the booths but one were in full swing last night, the finishing touches had not been made, but to-day everything will be fixed up and the festivities at their height. The fol lowing is a list of tbe various booth to gether with the names of the ladies in charge and their assistants: Gypsy Booth—Mrs. Dr. Kannon, Miss H. Lindenfeldt, Miss R. Happ, Miss G. Reeves, Miss Newhall, Miss Lulu. Far roll. Miss Clancy, Miss Motfield. Prize Wheel—The Misses M., F. and M. Philipson. Miss Mansfield, Mrs. Mar tin. Fancy Booth—Miss M. Meade, Miss 8. Mills, Miss I. Mills, Miss Vignes. Fish Pond—Miss Mary Groteinger, Mrs. M. O. Grorzinger, Miss Mary Col lins, Miss Emma Van Hook, Miss Min nie Christopher, Miss Ida Ward, Miss Mary Mohan, Mrs. Maggie Hayes, Mrs. F. H. Swett, Mrs. T. H. Murphy, Mrs. C. C. Dei, Miss Ward, Miss Clark, Miss Hayes, Mr. J. E. Del. Hat Stand—The Misses Crowley, the Misses Dolant. Jce Cream—Mr. N. McDonald, Mrs. John Kenealy, Miss Lizzie Cleveland, Miss Lillie Crawford, Miss Agnes Wil son, Miss Gussie Redman, Mrs. J. H. Simpson. Fancy Booth No. 2—Mrs. O. S. Murphy, Mrs. James Hanley, Miss Apple, Miss Flo Stow. Candy Booth — Mrs. K. Fitzgerald, Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Miss M. Malony, Miss M. E. Malony, Miss M. O'Leary, Miss A. O'Leary, Miss M. Tracey, Miss N. Tracey. Grab Box—Mrs. V. Ponot, Mrs. J. M. Worral!, Mrs Mrs. McKerrow. Miss Fin lay son, Miss Gorden. A Naval Booth—Mrs. J. C. Menomy, Miss Ger Stone, Miss Brossart, Miss Brossart, Miss Marie Booth. Rainbow Soda Palace—Miss Mullen, Miss McQrath, Miss Alice Mullen, Mrs. Capitain, Mrs. Ganahl, Mrs. Schilling. Lunch Department—Mrs. Geo. Stranb, Mrs. M. Chesney, Mrs. Sherman ana others. The entertainment last night was prin cipally of a musical nature, owing to the fact of i s being the opening night, bat toward the close of tbe evening a grand march was very successfully given under the able leadership of Mr. Joseph Mea rner. The doors will be thrown open at 11 o'clock this morning, and will remain so until about the same hour in the evening. A HAPPY CODPLE. la fringe of 9llu Hash and. Mr. _U> Howrlnc At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Flash yesterday morning, their daugh ter, Clara Lynden, was united in mar riage to Mr. Edward Rennie Bo wring by the Rev. Elias Bordsall, pastor of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The ceremony was of a strictly private nature, the only guests present being Miss Dolsen, Mr. H. L. Flash Jr., Mr. William Bo wring, Mr. Alex Wilberforce and Prof. Loeb, who added to the interest of the pro ceedings by an exquisite rendition of Mendelssohn's "Wedding March." Mr. Bowring is to be congratulated on the charming partner who has chos en to walk the path of life with him, for, in addition to her well-deserved tile of "belle of tbe town," Mrs. Bowring possesses admirable qualities not only as a society lady, but such as will brighten the hearth of the domestic circle. She was born in the old-fashioned city of New Orleans, where Mr. and Mrs. Flash were prominent society leaders previous to their removal to this town. Mr. Bowring, who is a native of St. John's, Newfoundland, has long been a resident of this city, and has established an unblemished record both as a social and a business man. At first engaged in the real estate business, he some time ego purchased of Mr. Maxwell his coal in t 'rests, and is now successfully conduct ing the agency here. Tbe happy couple left on the noon train for San Francisco, they having de cided to pass their honeymoon at Monte rey, Santa Barbara and Coronado, after which they will return to this city and establish their permanent residence here. A H. of H. Lecture. A fraternal lecture was given in the Central Baptist Church last night by Mr. W. H. Barnes, Past Grand Dictator Knights of Honor, to a very interested audience. The proceedings were held under the auspices of the Los Angeles Lodge, City Lodge, and Welcome Lodge, K. of H., and being an invitation affair went off very pleasantly. Hire. Breweter'e Death. Mrs. H. T. Brewster, the mother of Mrs. D. Snyder of this city and Julias Brewster, died on Thursday last, at the age of 67. Mrs. Brewster was born in Washington, and arrived in California in 1852. She was well known here, and loaves behind her a large number oi friends who mourn her loss. Undelivered Telegrams. The following are the telegrams re training at the Western Union Telegraph office, 6 Conrt street. February 26th: Miss Belle Mann, B. H. Ryan, Geo. D. Coit, Harry Jenkins, A. 0. Harvey & 00.