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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO. 161.
AmENEMENTS.
G~TraSli "opicra iiouse!
I" H, C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
THBEE NIGHTS ONLY AND SATURDAY
MATiNEK.
COMMENCING! THURSDAY, MARCH 14th.
HOIT'I
: Very Laughable Farce-Comedy,
:"A HOLE IN THE uKWUND."
After a most successful run of three weeks
at San Francisco.
NEW MUSIC,
COSTUMEB and
SPECIALTIES,
Surrounded by a bevy of lovely "Tailor-Made"
Girls.
SEX "THE STRONGER."
SEE "THE STATION AGENT."
SEE "THE UMPIRE."
Seats now on sale. mOtd
QKRMAN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
Extra meeting Wednesday, March 13th,
at 2:30 r H.
AT
TURN VEREIN HALL,
For the purposeof making the necessary
arrangements for the coming
ANNIVERSARY BALL.
All members are Invited to attend.
MRS. J. MILNER, President.
MRS. F. W. GROSSER, Secretary. m!2-lt
GARDNER'S MUSIC HALL,
210 and 212 South Spring Street
EMIL SEIFERT'S
FAREWELL CONCERT AND MATINEE.
Thursday, March 14th,
AT GARDNER'S MUSIC HALL.
Matinee from 2 to 4, aud Concert.at 8 o'clock in
the evening. Admission 75c.; reserved seats, $1.
Tickets for sale at Gardner's Music Store,
where the diagram cau be seen. mlo-5t
CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM A THEATER
North Main street, near First.
Ootlb A Isaacs, Proprietors.
THE POPULaK EAIUIEY HIisURT!
ENTIRE^EW COMPANY.
SHELBY'S VAUDEVILLE SYNDICATE.
3 SHOWS IN ONE Q
VARIETY, MUSEUM and ART! D
Engsgement Extraordinary.
8 H E E H V ~
THE WORLD'S GREATEST MESMERIST,
In coniunction with bis own seloct compauy of
Star Ailists.
EXTRA—Messrs. Doylo A Isaacs have secured
aud will place on exhibition for a short time
only the most beautiful collection of oil
paintings ever broujht to tho Coast—the
handiwork of all tho famous masters.
Doors open from 10 a. k. to 10 r. x.
Admission. 10c. Reserved seats lOe. extra.
THE TIVOLI,
4(i North Main street.
GREAT MUSICAL SENSATION 1 THE
HENUAHEAN GIPSY QEENTETTE,
MAGYAR NEMZETI ZENE,
Specially engaged for the Tivoli.
They produce orchestra effect*: never before
heard in California.
FREE ENTERTAINMENT, commencing Feb
ruary 20th. I'23tf
"yiENNA BUFFET, cor. Main and Requenasts.
FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND
V O ft C E X T
EVERY EVENING FREE I
By a Quartette of Celebrated Hungarian Soloists.
FIRST CLASS AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. ja2tf
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertisements under the following heads
inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line lor each
Insertion.
iHIEETINGS.
OFFICE OF THE LOS ANGELES BOARD OF
Trade, l.os Augeles, Cal., March 4th, 1889
Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting
ot the Los Angeies Board of Trade will be held
at its rooms In the Board of Trade and Produce
Exchange Building, northwest corner First and
Fort streets,, in Los Angeles city, California,
on Monday, April Bth, 1889. Bald meeting
will be held for the purpoße of electing a Board
of Directors for tho ensuing year, and transact
ing such other business as may legally come be
fore the meoting. The polls for the election of
directors will be open from 9 a. m. nntil 9 p. m
on said date. By order of the Board of Direc
tors, this 4lh day of March, 1889.
m 5-35t T. H. WARD, Secretary.
PEBSOMAL.
MRS. PARKER, BU3INEBB MEDIUM AND
clairvoyaut, 28 S. Spring, room 15. J29-U
D~~ IVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A SPECI
alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB, At
torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. j 29-U
H_T II AM MAM, UNDER THE MAN AGE
mentof Dr H. C. Royer and Mr Charles
Traphagen, is thoroughly renovated and pat in
perfect order. The ladies' department Is finely
fitted up, and affords every means known iv
the art of bathing. Electricity is run to each
"cot. This department 1b run expressly for
ladies, and every thing for their comfort aud
benefit will bo closely looked after. Ladies' de
partment open from Ba. m. to 10 p. v. Gentle-
Knen-s department open day and night. H. C,
KOYER, M. D., physician In chsrge; CHARLES
TRAPHAGEN, business manager. 121-lm
special notices.
go
to the gold fields below Ensenada can ob
tain gold pans by calling at 204 8. Main st.
m 8 o*
DR. CHAB. DE SZIGETHY HAS RETURNED \
to the city and has resumed his practice, r
Residence and office, 313 S. Main st. Tele- \
phonelos(L f2O lm \
RsT DR. FRENCH - THE RENOWNED c
fortuneteller. This woman tellswonoer- -
fulthiugs. She also brings troubled parties
together. Room 6, 221 8. Main st. m 7 7*
HJEMONY, THE KING OF HERBS, GUAR- .
anteed to cure rheumatism, neuralgia, con
stipation, Indigestion, etc. Sold only at 143 E. :
First st Telephone 721. 119 lm ,
MRS. SEAL CURES ALL CHRONIC __IS- j
eases; cures uuo of tobacco in auy form, ,
liquor or opium; cure of tobacco guaranteed or ,
no STi sittings dally. No. 306 8. Mainst.
f2B lm j
(~ Ts WILLIAMS DESIRES ToTIEVOTE HIS '
j, time to catering for weddings, balls, sup- i
pers and private parties. Lowest estimates, i
Local references. Address G. 8., box 100, this ]
office. 128 lm* I
MEETING" OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF
the Los Angeles Boot and Shoo Manufac
turing Company will he held at their office, No.
28 Temple street, l.os Angeles, Cal , on Thurs
day evening at 7:30. March 14th, for the pur
pose of adopttug a code of by-laws and to elect
a Board ol Directors. GEO. TURNER,
f2B 2wk Acling President.
WArVa'E^II—HELP.
a cook or
help in the kitchen; al-o all kinds of la
bor or mechanics, call at Chief Cooks head
quarters, 243 Los Angeles st., Jennett Block,
GEO. LACOIIR. f 14-6 m
WAT* T'EIt—AUEHTS.
WANTED— A FIRST-CLASS MAN TO CAN
TS— for first-class life, fire aud accident
insurance companies. Apply in person to
WILLIAMS. PARKS & MILLS, corner Temple
aad New High sts., Los Angeles. miitf
WAHTBB SITUATIOMM—MALE.
ANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN,
to take care of horses and garden, address
A., B.OQ, HrsnALD office m!2-2t»
* WANT.KJ*—SIAEE HELP.
ANTED—A^-IRST^CI^AB^^ALESMAN AT
Brown's Bakery, 34 and 36 N. Main St.
m! 2 2t»
WIIHTEI) —IEMALE HEEP.
WANTED — IMMEDIATELY AT THE
Women's Exchange. 25 E. Fourth st.
Female help for twenty positions. m!2-lt
W AN'I'EW-ni ISItIEEI.A N IiOKS.
FBAMe! CHEAP
est place at BURNS'. 411 8, Mainst.
ANTED —A CHEAP LOT IN THE MoN
tague Tract or vicinity. Also in the WII
liamson Tract,especially block one. J. C. OLI
VER, 13 8, Fort. m 10 4t
FOR KENT--ttuo.lt N.
E NT—FIN ITa
JD lor housekeeping-; unfurnished; cheap
No. 4 Amclia-st. m 7 14t*
Q ANTA MONICA—FOR^LEAN,.SUNNY FDR-
K5 niched rooms apply to MRS. MARY
BOEHME, ocean are., next to "The Lawrence."
m 5 lm*
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR KENT IN THE
Norton Block, cor. Seventh and Hill sts.;
suitable lor light housekeeping. feb24-lm*
" I'OU KIO.VI -HOIJNiCM.
OR RENT —A
tage, 30Morris Btreet. mlo-3t*
OR KENT - CHEAP " HOUSES IN ALL
parts of the city by C. A. SUMNER A CO.,
54 N. Main st. ml lm
FOR KENT —7-ROOM HOCSK. *22; 11-ROOM
house $30; water paid. BY it AM A POlln-
DEXTER. 19 W. First St. ml-lm
FOR RKNT-*4O, IS-ROOM HOUSE, WELL
located, Dear cars: wel 1 arranged for rent
ing rooms. BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W.
First st. ml-lm
OR RENT—HOUSES AUD STORES IN ALL
parts the city. A long list: you can examine
free. L. A. Rental Agency, 1 N. Fort st. J. C.
FLOURNOY, Secretary. f27-lm
I '(OR RENT— li-ROOM PARTIALuY FUR~
; nlshed cottage on Orand aye., near Temple
St. Apply to J. B. COULTER, 101 8. Spring
St., cor. Second. mltf
FOR RENT -JTHAT NICsT 7-ROOM COT~
tage, near to business, 510 Grand aye.,
nenr Sixth; low rent to right parties. Apply
teWm. McLean, 258 8. Spring st. feb24-tf
OR RENT—NI vE-ROOMED FURNISHED
house to man and wife (without children),
Ocean avenue, Santa Monica. A J. VIKLE,
room 1, Wilson block. mlO-3t
IjlOR RENT—AT ARCADIA, TO GOOD
1 tenants, at low rates, healthy location, pure
water aud plenty of it, easy access, 50 minutes
from Lox Angeles, nine trains each way daily.
H. A. UNRIIH. ml()-7t
roFi en r—oeei iTeST
17IOR RENT—A GOOD It
; desk room in front office, at 19 W. First St.
febgS lm
roa KENT—ftlt M:E I,EANEisITs,
IIOR RENT—A FIN& STAND OF ALFALFA,
1 about 50 acres, easily irrigated. 101 N.
Angeles Bt. mlo-3t*
t'OH SALE.
si:DiSoATivwTijNUTi
marbie top, at 40 Banning Bt. mlo-3t*
IflOß SALE—HOUSE AND SURREY; OR EX>
! change for good piano. Apply 34 Estrella
aye m 7 7t*
FOX S4LE—RESTAURANT AND LUNCH
counter. Inqnire at Califoruia Southern
depot, Colton. Cal. m 3 lot*
I Tor sale —ho i.si ein-fribsian oowsT
1 heifers, bulls (registered). Apply to DOCTOR
E. WBRNIBK, Alhambra, Cal. ml2-14t»
IflOß SALE-OUTFITS FOB ThF MINES AT
1 haif price, at RICK'S. 328 aDd 330 S.
Spring st. Get prices at RICE'S. mlo-7t
HOlt SALE-ONE OF THE HANDSOMFST
H residences on Figueroa st.: parlies leaving
town. Addre.'S P. O. box 2,042. mti-7t*
IjIORSALE^ A NO ~1 SLOOpT FITT KD~FOR
! pleasure or fishing purposes, prico cheap.
Appiy. Agent ol Coast Seameu's Union, San
Pedro. MS 7*
I~rioß saLe—aTot~ofTjollntrrsTno
. shelving; also the fittings of a chicken
store and raich. Nt a sacrifice, at RICK 8 328
and 330 8. Spring St. mlo-7t
ITiOK SALE-MEN HAVE I.EFI' WITH US
1 some furniture, to be sold for what it will
bring, in order that they may go to the gold
mines at once. Get prices of everything for
housekeeping at UICE'S, 328 and 330 S. Spring
St. nilOTt
IT)RSALE-THOROUtJHBKED FOWLS AND
1 eggs, of 15 varieties, by A. C. RUSCK-
Ha.TJPT.on State St., Brooklyn Heights, P.O.
box 43, Station B; successor to Jas. T. Browu,
18 Georgia St., and W. B. Nesbit. Circular
free. m 3 lm*
EIORSALE—PERSONAL "SERVICES IN AN
J_ Incorporated company; pays 2\4 per cent,
monthly on inve tment; price, $4,000. Terms,
$2,000 cash, balance secured by corporate
stock. For full investigation, address by letter,
S. C. NIVAL, 518 San Pedro St. ml2-3t*
I~SOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A HI-ROOM
! brick house, all improvements and
3 acres of land in the city of Ypsllanti,
Mich., and 133 acres in Illinois, for Los Ange
les real estate, or will exchange Los Angeles
real CBtale for some in Southern Michigan. Ad
dreas J. H. MILLER. Ypsllanti, Mich. mlo-3r.»
FOB B^^^C^JJ^°P^*J^_ M
CHEAP
est Lot on Fort street, 00x105. improved, at
1,300 per foot. J. C. OLIVER, 13 8. Fort st.
nil 0-41
OR SALE-HOUSE 8 ROOMS. 2-STORY,
Large Lot, 3 blocks from Main street esr
lino, for $2,900. About., cash, vacant lots for
balance. J. C. OLIVER, 13 3. Fort st. mlo-4t
08-ALE AT BARGAIN — ONE
of the prettiest homes on Hill st , near
Fifth; mti't he sold before Ist of April; sick
ness, requiring hiener altitude, cause of sell
ing. Inquire of owner, 342 Hill St., or room
5 Park Place. m6lm
OR SALE—A FINK 2 STORY RESIDENCE
of 10 rooms and reception hall, with all
modern improvements; also artistic frescoed;
on Seventh St., opposite the West Lake Park.
Sold by owner, O. BRANDT. Jtl9 lm*
FOR SALE—HOUSE 11 ROOMS, 2-STORY,
11 foot ceiling hard finish, nicely decor
ated; windmill and tank, flue water; lot 65x
144, double front; locatioa one of the loveliest
in the city; commanding view; worth $5,000;
owner going away, will sell for $3,000. J. C.
OLIVER, 13 8. Fort. m!0-4t
li-OR sTl¥— one of the finest blocks
■ in South Pasadena, 320 feet square; plenty
of trees; water; 2 houses, barn, etc.; good loca
tion for physician or druggist; price cheap aud
terms easy. For further particulars call or ad
dress J.J. BUEIILER, 143 E. First St., Los An
geles. ml lm
fOM SALK-Couniry Property.
THE JURUPA LAND AND WATER COM
-pany offers a Bix thousand aore tract; will (
toil In lorty acres lots; situated three miles north- -
west front Rowell Hotel, Riverside, Cal., with ,
a good water right oi one miner's inch of water \
to every seven and one half acres of land, for ]
the extremely low price ol one hundred and (
twenty-live dollars ($190) 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 the best orange land in
Southern California. Commission paid to
a"ents Address MILLS & CRAWFORD, 18
Court st, Los Angeles; CUNNINGHAM & CO.,
San Bernardinofor A. R. ME3ERVE. North
Pomona J3O-3m
TO EJLfiMAKIIiE.
PROPERTY
(; for exchange. MCDONALD, room 8 Wilson
Block, corner of Spring and First sts. f22tf
O PIECES OF PROP
erty; houses, lots, business property, ranches
Eastern property, merchandise, etc .etc.; cnll
for anything you want. J. C. WILLMON,
W. First st. ml lm*
TO EXCHANGE —THE BEST SANTA ANA
and San Fernando Valley lands for first
class Eastern city or farm property. Address
owner, room 6. Allen block, Los Angeles.
mUtf
F~OR EXCHANGE —AN ELEGANT REBl
dence Lot in the city, for lowa property.
Oskaloosa preferred. J, C. OLIVER,
mlO-4t 13 South Fort st,
FIOR EXCHANGE —AN ELEGANT DWELL
' ing House aud Large Lot on one of the best
streets iv tho city, for Cahuenga foot-hill aore
„. A J. C. OLIVER,
"mlO 4t 13 South Fort at.
iicaiWßM a ii a.n vttn
819 S. MAIN
) St. , m 8 lm
F" Oil SALE —BUTCHER SHOP. LEASE, f»S
years. Apply cor. Firsthand Alameda,
F~~OR 841 F-DRI'G STORE IN SANTA ANA;
will invoice $4 000; will sell for half that
(f«nld Immediately, si'kness cause of selling.
- Calloraddre?- J.J BUEIILER, 143 E First
st., Los Angeles. mB-lOt
'. „*EmiEi3i'_.
- riH_T'wTliAvls^^
C 3 and 4, Los Angeiot. 122tf
lEoTf. COBTK RIS AN,ARCHITECT, ROOMS
f 21,22, 23 8. Spring It,, Lot Angeles. fl2tf
TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 12, 1889.
einanclae.
oneTto loan in sums to buit?~f7(l
ANDERSON, 28 N. Sprlug. m2tf
ffiftnn TO LOAN—X. BAXTER, ROOM
JJj£)«o Temple m oo k. ml2-2t*
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP
erty. POMKROY & GATES, 16 Court; st.
fietf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law. 78
Temple block. f22tf
MONEY TO LOAN-IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
gilt edted scourity. W. S. WATERS,
room 2,117 New High St. mlOtf
MONEY TO LOAN — ON FIRBT-CLASS
mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER,
Room 9, Baker Block, Los Angeles. m9tf
tfIAA fiAA TO LOAN. A. J. VIKLE,
tPl UUjIMMI R'»om I, Wilson blk. f2fl-lmo
(ft | AAA and $2,000 to loan on eood real
JMjUvU estate security. McKOON &
STRONG, 5 8. Fort St. # m6-10t
MONEY TO LOAN-IN LARGE OR SMALL
amounts on first-class mortgages by C. A.
SUMNER & CO., 54 N. Main st. ml lm
<»-i\ AAA TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS
JftOv/.v/V/ 1 / mortgages, at low ratos.
BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First St.
f23tf
CALIFORNIA LOAN AND TRUST CO,
rooms 9 and 10, Phillips block, buy ap
proved notes, mortgages and deal in real estate
loans and commercial paper. mBtf
COLLATERAL LOANS MADE AND NOTES
discounted. UNION LOAN AND TRUST
CO., room 11, Phillips' block. mBtf
ClflA TO $50,000 TO LOAN AT REASONA
•StIVfU |,ie rates. LOS ANGELES REAL ES
TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C.
FLOURNOY', Secretary, IN. Fort st. mli lm
«ywaooo TO WAH " CDMTT
SAVINGS BANK, 40 S. Main St. Mortgages
bought and sold. fl7-lm.
f IRAWFORD A McCREERY, ROOM 10, OVER
\jLob Angeles National Bank. Loan |50 to
{50,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy
notes, mortgages and contracts. f2otf
MONEY TO LOAN—ON PIANOS AND OR
gans at COLLATERAL SECURITY LOAN
OFFICE, room 39, Wilson block, No. (5 8 Spring
St. 116 lm
MONEY TO LOAN—WE HAVE HAD
placed in our hands to loan on any kind
of approved security several sums of $50
eaoh, $100 eacn, $200 each, $300 each, $400
eiich, $500 each, and a few of $1,000 each.
f4ood noes and mortgages bought aud sold.
E L BUCK, rooms 31 and 32, New Wilson
block mstf
MONEY TO LOAN—SAVE RENT, JOIN THE
Home Building Association Build your
self a home and pay for it on tho installment
plan. For lnformatiou apply to M. C. WEST
BROOK, Secretary, room 87, Phillips blook,
Spring at. felo 5m
EXCEKMIONSI.
U™NI^FFA7iITKrRY.— EXCURSIONS LEAVE
Los Augelos every Wednesduv; Pullman
tourist cars, fully equipped, to Omaha aDd
Kansas City. Call or address JOHN CLARK,
51 N. Spring st. . f2B lm
liIXCURSIONS —EAST AND WEST, BEMI
!i monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas
City and Chicago. FREE Bleeping accommoda
tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply
to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring St.. Lob »n
-gelea. m!2tf
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK
Island route excursions will leave Los
Angeles every Tuesday. Tourist sleeping cars
elegantly equipped, free of charge. Call or ad
drcs, F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring St.
ni3-tf
WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS TO ALL
points East. Through cars to Chicago,
elegantly and completely equipped. Our next
parties leave Los Angeles February 20th, March
12th and 2tith. Fur tickets, berths, and further
information, call on or address LM. VVAI.TP.KS,
19 N. Spring St., or 51 N. Spring St., Los An
geles. t25
EXCURSIONS— THROUGH CARS TO CHl
cogo. Only one change to Boston. Con
ductors and porters accompany all parties.
Leave Los Angeles March 13th and 27th.
April 10th aud 24th, May Bth and 22nd,
A. PHILLIPS A CO., 44 N. opring St., Loa An.
geles, Cal. t 27-tl
SBps|»|w TO < |.I.
■BmHhßH| isfcarscompletelye'juipped.
HMjWfflMjflH 112 North Spring street!
mio-y
CjOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH
i 5 excursions to New York, Boston and Phila
delphia. Pullman's new tourist cars with ladies
dressing room and lavatovy; stoves with im
proved heaters for m. king tea aud coffee; com
plete Pullman's equipment of bedding, in
cluding bed linen, toilet accessories, etc.;
uniformed coloicd porters; 8. P. Co.'s party
managers go through to New Orleans, thenre
to Boston and Philadelphia. But on" change of
cars (in Union Depot) at New Orleans. The
Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route through
the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir
mlngham, Cbattauooga, Cincinnati, etc.
Quick time, direct connections. Exenrsieus
leave Los Angeles December 16th aud 30th ,
1888,; January 13t ~ February 3d and 17th;
March 3d, 17th and 3lBt; April 14th; May sth
and 19th, 1889. For lurther particulars call on
or write any of tho agencies of the SOUTHERN
PACIFIC COMPANY in Sonthern California,
orC. F.SMURR, Assistant General Passenger
Agent Southern Pacific Company, No. 202 N.
Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. f!3 5m
REGULAR EH-SICIANS.
D~~IllSaRiSg OCULIST AND AURI3T
Office 25 North Main St Office Honrs, 9a.
m. to 4 p.m. mltf-d&w
DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN Sis
ters' Hospital; 7H N. Main St., rooms 1. 2
and 3. Telephone 110. f27 tf
EA. DB CAILHOL, M. D.—AT HIS BANI
-, tarium, Pearl, sooth cf Temple. Telephone
891. m 1-tf
CI. CLACIUB, M. D„ OFFICE, NO. 75 N
. Spring St., rooms 33 and 34. Honrs from
11 a.m. to 2P. M, Specialty—Skin and sexual
diseases and chronic diseases in general ■ f24tl
DR. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR
ist, 107 8. Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los
Angeles. Office hours, 9A. Jf. to 12 m. and 2to
4 r. v. '2* 1
MRS. DR. J. M. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS.
C.E. BOURCEY) infirmary aud Lying-in
Hospital, 145 Bellevuo aye. Ladies cared for
duriug confinement. Midwifery a specialty.
f|2B-6m ___
T~jR. J. H. RENEBOME (LATE SURGEON
It German Hospital. S. F.).' Office snd resi
dence: 215 W. Sixth st Hours: Ito3p. M.
ml lm
B. WEStThUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur
gery (including genito-urinary^diseases) and
dlseases of tho noae, throat and chest 7» n.
Spring St. Hours, 9 toJI2. 2to 6. '24tf
B, WALTER LINDLEY HAS REMOVED
his residence to 40 Ottawa street betwo n
Tenth and Eleventh streets, onc-ha 1 square
west of Pearl street. Office 237 South Spring
street. Office hours, 2t04 F, M.; telephone, of
fice, 478; telephone, resldence.42. Li4im
r7l. GOLDBOHMIEDT—GENERAL PRAC
ticing physician; late of New York; twenty
yearß private an i hospital experience. Office,
23 South Spring street, room 12; residence,
Emerson House, 415 South Olive street: tele
phone. Office. 1019 Residence, 1054. Spe
cialty: Diseases of children. 127-ti
M HILTON WILLIAMS. M. 8.. M. C. P. 8
.O. Specialist in diseases ol tho head
throat and chest, including tho eye, ear and
heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen,
monoxide, aud other medicated tuhalations,
used in all diseases of the respiratory organic
Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Second a-id
Buring srroots, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
from 9 a m. to 4 p. m. _______
ATTOBNEV*^^^
AND COONSEL-
O. or-at-L*w. Office, over Los Angeles Na
tional Bank, cor. Kirst and Spring sts. mlltf
ALTER ROSE, ATTORNEY, ROOM 0 AL
len block, oor. Bprlng aud Temple sis. U4tf
B. HOTCHKISS, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 8
. and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New
High and Temple sts.
HOftIEOPATHIMTIs.
D* H. HAMUAM
Baths Institute. Office hours, 10 a m. to 8
|M< lebal lm
If A. CLARKE, M. D.. OFFICE AND RESL
JJ. dence, 24 B. Spring st. Hours 1 to 4 p. sr.
Telephone 353. Jl4
DBS. BEACH & BOYNTON. ()KFICe737~N
Spring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 st., 1 to 4 nnd 8 to 8 p. K. Dr. Boynton's
residence, 73S Olive st. fl9tf
ISAAC FELLOWS, fat. D.-HOMEOP ATHIBT
Office Houjs—ll to 12 A. X., 2to 5 r. M.,
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. Regular meeting first, and third Fridays, at
Pythian Castle, 24 8. Spring St.
EUST SIDE LODGE, NO. 325, I. O. O. F.— ,
i Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Pel- ,
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H.—Regular meetings are held every Wed- '
nesday eveuiug at 17 W. First St. I
SIGNET CHAPTER, NO. 57, R. A.M.-MREIS
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and First sts. ,
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126—Meets every Monday night. Hall, (
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IT Legion of Honor-Meets on second and -
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Donald block, on Main st.
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IT firßt and Third Fridayß of each month in
Campbell's llt.il, East Los Angeles.
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Regular meetings held on Wednesday even
ing of each week at I. 0. O. F. Hall, Spring st.,
near First.
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Meets every Mouday night at Castle Hall,
No. 510 Downey aye., East Los Angelea. Hall
over East Side Bank.
10. G. T., MERRILL LODGE, NO. 299
. Meets every Saturday evening at Pythian
Castle. No 24 S. Spring St., just below First,
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evenings in each month at Pythian Castle, 24
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East Los Angeles.
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fourth Tuesdays at N. S. G W. Hall, 75 N.
Spring St. Visiting brothers
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evening iv Cnn pbell's Hall, oor. Downey aye.
snd Truman St., East Los Angeles.
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every Thursday evening in Pythian Castle,
24 S. Spring, Just below First st,
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month, at 7:30 p. H., at. Masonic Hall, Spring
st. bet. First and Second
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j U W.—Meets every Wednesday eveuing in
: Campbell's Hall, Truman st. aud Downey aye.,
East Los Angeles.
' JSIAUNTLET LODGE NO. 129, K. OF P.—
XJ Meets ou Mouday evening, in Pythian Cas
' tie, No. 24 8. St.
" n ELCICH WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS, NO.
\J 22—Meets first and third Friday of each
| month, at 2 r. St., in Campbell's Eall, East Los
' Angeles.
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Commnndory, No. 9, K. T. — Holds its
1 dated conclaves in ths asjlum in Masonic Hall
' sor. of Spring and First sts., on the third Thurs
day of each month, at 7 :'W r •_. •
LOS ANGELES CHAPTER, R. A. M. -STATED
couvocations on the second Mondsy of eaca
r month, at 7:40 p. H., at Masonic Hall, bprlng
,- st., bet. First and Second.
- TOHN B. FINCH LODGE, 1. O. G. T -MEETS
• J Tuesday evenings in Campbell's Hall, East
f Los Angeles.
3 T OS ANGELES TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION,
r Jj No 174—Meets tbe first Sunday in each
month at the G. A R. Hall, Main st.
HOMEWARD BOUND.
The First Detachment of
Gold-Seekers Returns.
THEIR WOEFUL EXPERIENCE!!,
A Railroad Dispatch Throwing- Up
the Sponjre—The Situation
Fully Outlined.
The- articles in yesterday morning's
Herald, showing the true condition of
affairs at the Santa Clara gold fields,
checked tbo exodus couth almost alto
gether, even those who still persisted
in going doing bo mors as bravado than
anything else. That tho denunciation of
the place was true was made manifest
during/ the day, for the evening train
from Ban Die go brought in the first' de
tachment of disgnsted prospectors. Even
the Santa Fe officials threw up the
sponge, when, at 3 p. M., tbe following
dispatch was received from their South* i
crn agent:
"From adverse reports to-day from
tho placer mines it is quite probable that
those first discovered are pretty well
worked out. All the reports and indica
tions point to rich,quartz finds, which of
course will require development in the
numerous gulcnes in the Santa Clara
district. Other placers will no doubt be
found."
a strong ljsttkk.
Mr. Davis, whose dispatch regarding
his experiences at the mines appeared in
yesterday's Hbrald, was the sender of a
letter which arrived soon after noon at
its consignee's and fully detailed his
opinions on the situation as follows:
"San Diego, Cal.. March 10, 1889.
"Jfessr*. Jlellmnn t Haa3 ,1- Ga.Xes AngeUt:
"Gentlemen—Permit me to write you a few 1
lines iv relation to the telegram I sent yon this I
day. lit aye just arrived irem tbe mines and -
Ensenada, and I can assure yon that tV>e mm- ,
iug boom iv Lower California la the worst sell
that has ever been perpetrated ou a suffering l
public. As to the placers, there is but one ;
gulch in which thers are auy, but the quartz i
specimens are good. The placers jetdiscov
ered are in one gulch, and It seems a pity to <
allow so many people to go int-> that
country to lose what little they have, for all the j
ground is taken where anything has been found
long ago, and there is no change for anybody I
now. The one gulch pays weU, but this will j
all be worked out in two weeks by those who i
own it, aud it will be well for your papers to !
save all they can from going down there. I I
have no ax to grind, so It-ay to all wait and in- i
vestigate before they go any forther, and they
may save themselves something. All rhe old
miuers here say it is a good place in which to 1
prospect, but if anything is found hereafter it ]
will be where from 500 to 600 have failed
so tar to make » find No matter
what newspaper men have writ.en heretofore. :
Now, anyone who has money to spend aud ]
time to waste, let them go ou and prospect and i
develop the country and have a good time gen
erally, but those who expect to get money for <
their trip bad better wait and investigate be- I
fore they spend what they have.
Mr. Hellman, ask the papers of your city if
the International Company of Lowtr Califor- ]
nla have in the past been any great benefactors i
to the men to whom they have sold lands. Ask
them if this company is not behind this boom
of gold. They say they are not before ]
anybody accuses them. It is like the school i
boy who in our younger days often gave him- ,
self away to the teacher before he had been
accused of anything. I only repeat, invest! - i
gate foryourselts.nd then go on, and all who i
do so will have their own knowledge to goon .
and will then be satisfied when they return.
"Respectfully yours, l
"WiLuaE. Davis." i
MORS KHOCK-OWTS. 1
Another black eye was given to the '
affair when a Herald man inquired at '
Wellß-Fargo's office here how much gold 1
dust the company had so far received '
from the mines. "Not a cent's worth, 1
either here or at San Diego," was the
reply.
The climax was capped, however,when 1
at 0 o'clock last night three gentlemen,
named Fred Luce, F. R. Fitney and J.
A. Stone, entered the Herald office, j
"We have returned from the mines on (
to-night's train," said Mr. Luce, who
acted as spokesman, "and as we '
hear that the Hsrald has been '
warning the public about them we wish |
to givo you our experiences. We left |
here on Wednesday week, and went by
road, finding game all the way down.
En route we counted 175 teams, all head- 1
ing south, and met one man trundling
his traps in a wheelbarrow, and eight I
others pulling a wagon containing their
outfits. As lam not an expert miner, I
will not give you my own opinions on the
prospects, but will read you the notes
furnished me by Mr. A. M. McCon
oughey, a well-known prospector, who
was the first man that left San Diego and
the first American that Btarted back."
Mr. Luce then read as follows: "The
water in Eight will last about thirty days.
There is gold there but not enough to
justify such a rush. The placer district
is about sixty feet wide by about one
quarter of a mile long. The country is
full of ledges, the formation being slate
and granite, and colors can be got any
where."
"We were offered the choice of any lo
cation for $(j<J," said Mr. Luce continu
ing the experiences of his own party,
"but we did not want them, for, on
learning tbe exact situation we decided
to turn back for home, and did nothing
down there beyond prospecting three by
four miles. It takes |_0 to record
a claim, and one is allowed three days |
for prospecting before recording. The
International Company have had men in
there locating claims for the past three
months, There are about thirty-five sol
diers in the camp to keep order, but they
would not be of much uso if a row broke
out, tor everyone is armed. There are
not more than half the men in the camp
working, and a big proportion of them
are only prospecting. I saw what I. think
was tho Earne nugget three timea,
and that is about the way the
wonderful stories aio being created. On
our way home we met twelva broken
down teams, but although somewhat dis
couraged at seeing us returning, their
owners kept on south. I see that it is
stated that now is a good time for labor
ers to go to San Diego on account of
. everyone having gone o!i to the mines,
and I wish you would warn the unem
ployed against this, for San Diego is filled
i with men looking for work. By the way,"
1 said Mr. Luce, as he concluded hia story,
. "a fellow who was trying to get past the
l officials at Tia Juana, had $1 worth of
' matches in his possession, and was in
. formed that the duty on them was ifii."
THE OTHER BIDE. I
The following statement was also
handed in as coming from Will Carlson,
but as he is a real estate man and not an
expert on mining matters by any means,
it must be taken accordingly: "The
mines are rich and I saw lots of gold, $10
being washed out of one sack of dirt. 1
was in tbe camp two days and think that
the water will last till July. The placers
FIVE CENTS.
extend for three or four miles and there
are ledges everywhere. Passports are
not needed, but the duties are tearful.
, The soldiers tried to take the guns my
self and friend carried, but we would not
give them up. 7 '
In spite of Mr. Carlson's favorable im
pressions, however, he left the camp on
Friday and ia now reveling again in the
delights of a comfortable home.
An interesting statement was tbat
made to the Hbbald by Mr. Ed. Mendef
son, the nephew of M. A. Meadelsoa
President of the International Company,
His experience closes with last Thurs
day, at which time he left to maka bis
way North. He says there was no star
vation, although provisions were uncom
fortably expensive. The nuggets foHttd
are rery small ones and very few and far
between, being taken oat ekiefly by *•
Mexican boys, who have grubbed ia
holes deserted by other proa
pectovs. Nobody was making
much and those who bad been?
there long enough to take in the situa
tion were gradually leaving. Others
were coming, however, to take their
places.
Amotrj the many others who'returned
'from the-mines Jast night was Mr. N. D.
Stevens, Ihe surveyor, and be addfed hia
knowledge- to the common report that
the mines are played out.
ADVEKT*SI\(J THE COUMTBY.
Ange'.tK Hepr«nented tn tlie
«'ra*rllni{ Exhibit.
The Chamber of Commerce has- taken
membership in tne organization- known
as tbe State Beard of Trade. This en
titles the city and county cl Los Angeles
to participate in the mcrrhig exhibit
which, on a train cJ cars, is now making
a triumphal progjess throughout the
East. It also allows the Chamber to take
part in the permanent exhib.l6 which will
hereafter be conducted in San 3ran-
Cisco.
Earlier in the season an effort was
mads by the Chamber to organise a
special expedition for the ben sflt of the
southern country alone. Preparations
were at one time abont completed, but
the capture of the cheap excursion btiet
ness by the Pullman Company speet tbe
arrangement, as tbe ears which were to
be üßed were to come from the Phillips
excursion people.
Tho-undertaking now being conducted
Dy the State Board cf Trade is having a
great success and doing all sections of
the State much good. The State Board
has issued a circular containing clippings*
from local papers along the route, whieht
uniformly speak in the highest terma
of the exhibit. When such papers as
the Toledo Commercial Detroit Fre?Prea»,
Kalamaioo Gazelle, St. Paul IHoneer
Press and Jackson Evening Courier devote
space to the description of such an ex
hibit, and call the attention of the pub
lic to its presence in their respective
cities, every part of the State con»s in
for valuable advertisement. A lecturer
and an operator of a stereopticon accom
pany tbo exhibition, a::i4 entertainments
are given which thousands attend.
Since the Chamber of Commerce
joined the State Board of Trade, a cer
tain space in the car has been devoted
to a special exhibit from this locality,
and a list of names of those who express
any interest in the question of immi
gration to the coast is regularly
at intervals forwarded So the Secretary
of the Chamber. This list is supplied
on application to any members of the-
Chamber who wish to make use of it,
and pamphlets and general information
are forwarded in this way to the very
persons with whom they will do tner
most good.
SETTLED.
Tbe <Jo_nais*loners Chosen by ifao
Councll-cttei.
The Council-elect met in Mayor-elect
Hazard's office, last night, and occupied
over two hours in trying to arrive at a
conclusion as to the various commit Cons
which are to be appointed by it when its
members go into office. It was under
stood that there would not be entire
harmony in the proceedings, and it was
asserted that the vote in most instances
would be five to four, but it was gener
ally conceded that whatever was decided
upon b7 the majority would stand, and
that there would be no changes. Mr.
Frankenfield was in the chair as Presi
dent-elect of the Council, he having been
chosen by a vote of sto 4. The proceed
ings were entirely secret, but the result
is as follows:
Police Commissioners—Genera! E. P.
Johnson, Hervey Lindley, Kofu. .o Bil
derrain and George C. Knox.
Park Commissioners—Sutherland Hut
ton, 8. C. Hubbell, Dr. Bryant andM. 8.
Wick*.
Fire Commissioners—Frank Marsh,
Jo' n Lovell, Tom Keefe and J. iuhrts.
Board of Health—Dr. Davidson, Dr.
Hogan, Dr. Kurtz and E. C. Wright.
"• he new Board of Education recently
held a meeting, at which it was decided
that Mr. A. E. Poraeroy is to be presi
dent. The balance of the time was taken
up in discussing the various committees
and rules and regulations which are to
be made. Tbe entire system oi trans
acting the business of the School Depart
ment will have to be changed under the
i new Charter, and it is probable that the
best of the rules of other cities will be
taken.
B»k« Hia > ac_.
Excessive drink caused the deat _of
Robert Charles Barber, an iron wc/ker,
early yesterday morning in a
manner. lie had been out in tbe even
ing with several frierds and tb.*y also
took more liquor than, was good fcr them.
They returned about midnight and Bar-,
ber took a lamp and went out on the bal
cony with the intention of gokig to an
adjoining room. In some way, it is.not
known how, he fell over the railing and
striking the ground, 20 feet below,
equaxoiy on the top of his head, he broke
his neck.
An inquest was held yesterday even
-1 ing. Barber was a man of about 50 years
'of age and a native of New York. He
, had been a resident cf this part of the
) State for a number of years and for some
I time hud been in the employ of Fred
■. Holbrook. The jury found a verdict in
accordance with the facts given above.
Undelivered Telegrams).
1 The following are the telegrams re-
J maining at the Western Union Telegraph
, office, li Court street. March 10th: Mrs.
9 0. A. Perkins, Mrs. N. Duncan, Mrs. R.
) I). Lewis, L. Izabella Andrews, John C.
I Roller, W. H. Howard, Robt. F. Castle,
I J. F. Mitchell, Rowland Hazard, Two
si good Fruit Co,, On Ku Loon.

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