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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO. 161 AmusEIWEBITS. X H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. TURKS NIGHT 3 ONLY AND SATURDAY MATINEE. COMMENCING THURSDAY. MARCH 14th. HOTT'I : Very Laughable Farce-Comedy, : :"A HOLE IN THE tiU»liND.'< After a most successful run of three weeks at San Francisco. NEW MUSIC, COSTUMES and SPECIALTIES, Surrounded by a bevy of lovely "Tailor-Made" Girls. SEE "THE BTR\NGER." BEE "THE STATION AGENT." SHE "THE UMPIRE." Scats now on sale. mOtd ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Corner Fifth and Olive eta. TWO NIGHT 3 ONLY, MARCH 22nd and 23rd, The Great Violinist, «'IHILLA 1 UNO, Supported by the following great artistH— MISS PUILA MAY, Mezzj-Soprano. MR. LOUIS MILLER, Tenor. SIGNOR BIGIBMUNDO MARTINEZ, Pianist. And by special engagement, niI,EE. AN iTA ALAMED.I, (Miss Annie Gleeion), THE CALIFORNIA PRIMA DONN X, Late of Coveut Garden Theater, Loudon. Reserved Seats, $1, at Hrown'g Music Store, UN Spring street. Gardner's Music Store, 212 S. Spring street. A GREAT MUBICAL EVENT, mil lOt (CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM <B THEATER j North Main street, near First. Doyle A Isaacs, Proprietors. THE POPIII.AK t Ami El RESOKTI ENTCREinEvTcOMPANY. bueldv's vaudeville syndicate. 3 SHOWS IN ONE y VARIETY, MUSEUM AND ART! O Engegemeut Extraordinary. SHEEHY, THE WORLD'S GREATEST MESMERIST, In conjuuclion with his own select company of Star Artists. EXTRA—Messrs. Doyle & Isaacs have secured aud will place on exhibition lor a short time only the most beautiful collection of oil paintings ever brought to the Coast—the handiwork of all the famous masters. Doors open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Admission, 10c Reserved seats 10c. extra. THE TIVOLI, 4(3 North Main Btreet. GREAT MUSICAL BENBATIONI THE HUNGARIAN GIPSY" QUINTETTE, MAGYAR NEMZETI ZENE, Specially engaged for the Tivoli. They produce orchestra effects never before heard in California. FREE ENTERTAINMENT, commencing Feb ruary 26th. f23tf y lENNA BUFFET, cor. Main and Rcquena sts. FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND UONOEIT EVERY EVENING FREE! 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 for each insertion. Mi l. i I Mix. OFFICE OF THE LOS ANGELES BOARD OF Trade, Los Angeles, Cal., March 4th, 1889 Notice is hereby aiven that the annual meeting of the I,us Angeies Board of Trade will be held at its rooms in the Board of Trade aud Produce Exchange Building, northwest corner First and Fort streets, in Los Angeles city, California, on Monday, April Bth, 1889. Said meeting will be held for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and transact ing such other business as may legally come be fore the meeting. The polls for the election of directors will be open from 9 a. m. until 9 p. M. on said date. By order of the Board of Direc tors, this 4th day of March, 1889. m 5-35t T. H. WARD, Secretary. PERSONAL. Tnd clairvoyant, 28 8. Spring, room 15. J29-tf DIVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A BFEGI alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB, At torney, 11 Teriple street. Room 10-12 j 29-tf WIDOW WITHOUT CHILDREN WISHES to form the acquaintance of a bachelor or widower with one child. AddressD., box 80, this office. ml 3 3* THE HAM MAM. UNDER THE MANAGE mentof Dr H. C Royer and Mr Charles T raphagen, is thcr.'.ughly renovated and put in perfoct'order. The ladies' department is finely fitted up, and affords every means known iv the art of bathing. Electricity is ruu to each cot. This department is run expressly for ladies, and every thing for their comfort and benefit will bo closely looked after. Ladles'de partment open from Ba. m. to 10 p. v. Geutle men-s department open day and night. H. C, ROVER, M. D.. physician iv charge; CHARLES TRAPHAGEN, business manager. f'2l-lm SPECIAL NOTICES. AItTHMTIiAVING BARGAINS IN CITY OR country properties can find propositions readily by culling WILLIAM D. HUGHES, 34 N. Spring st m! 3 3t R. CHAs". DE BZIGETHY HAB RETURNED to the city and has resumed his practice. Residence and office, 313 8. Main st. Tele phone 1056: 120 lm simony, the"¥incT OF HERBS, GUAR anteed to cure rheumatism, neuralgia, cou- Ktlpatlou, Indigestion, etc. Bold only at 143 K. First st Telephone 721. fl9 lm MRS. SEAL CURES ALL CHRONIC Dis eases; cures use of tobacco In any form, liqnor or opium; cure of tobacco'guaranteed or no ay; sittings doily. No. 306 8. Main st. r2B lm Gl S. WILLIAMS DESIRES TO DEVOTE HIS I, time to catering for weddings, balls, sup pers and private parties. Lowest estimates. Local references. Address G. 8., box 100, this office. f2B lm* OTICE TO CA PIT AI.IS fs—WE ARE IN st runted to close out a large estate of Im proved and unimproved property in this city and county at sacrifices that cannot be dupli cated, iv porcels and terms to suit. It embraces in part a choice ranch at $15 per acre, a large body of land on the edge of this oity, a choice orange ranch, a splendid city resldeuce.business property on Fort and Spring sts. HUMPHREYS A RIGGIN. 20 S Spring st m! 5 lot WANTED-mAEB HELP, WANTED 20 HOYS TO DISTRIBUTE BILLS at 9 o'clock. 0, L. Fisher's Shoe Store. 54 N. Spring st. n>ls It WANTED-*EItIAEE HEEP. house work. Apply 22 Barnard st. m! 5 4* WANTED —HEEP. ANTED—IF YOU WANT 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. LACOUR. ml4-0m WAN's' ED—SUE NTS. MAN TO CAN vass for first-class life, fire and accident insurance companies. Apply in person to WILLIAMS. PARKS £ MILLS, corner Temple and New High sts., Los Angeles m6tf WANTED—PARTNER. $2000, TO take activo Interest In established busi ness; no "snap," hutgood openlngforaworker. Address PARTNER, box 50, Hkrall). m! 5 3t WANTED SITUATIONS—iII ». I.E. ANTED—SITUATION AH SALESMAN IN a grocery store. Address A, 391 Flower St., city. mIS 8* W' ANTED —BY A YOUNO MAN OF Ex perience, a situation ou a private plan wages about $20. Address H., box 50. mls 2t WANTED—miSCEEjEAJJHI^ W ""ANTED--PICTURES f FRAME. CHEAP eat place at BURNS', 411 B. Main st FOH best--Rooms. IA >R RENT—FINK LAROE7TIRY~RboII3 Jj fur housekeeping: unfurnished; cheap No. 4 Amtlla-st. n>7 14t* VAN I'A MONICA FOR CLEAN,HUNNY FUR iS nlshed rooms apply to MRS. MARY IiOEHME, Ocean aye., next to "The Lawrence." m 5 lm* ITNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RhNT IN 1 HE J Norton Block, cor. Seventh and HillsK; suitable for light housekeeping. feb24-lm* I~jU)R RENT—IS FINE ROOMS, AT3I2 N. 1 Main St., fronting on two streets, very cheap; also 1 s'oro aud large basement st ill 4 N. Main st , fronting ou two streets. Inquire at 23S Alisost. ml3tf ~ tOK KliMl — HOUNEt*. TSpR~~RENT — CHEAP J? tarts of the city by C. A. SUMNER <Si CO., 64 N. Main at. ml lm I Mil RENT—7-ROOM HOUSE, $22; 11-ROOM 1 house $30; wetter paid. BYRAM & POIN DKXI'ER, 19 W. First st. ml-lm FOR KENT—AN 8-ROOM HOUSE, VERY desirably located; rent greatly reduced. A. 8. RoHBINrj, 9 N Main st. mls 3* T^OR~RENT—*4O, 18-ROOM HOUSE, WELL JTJ located, near cars; wel 1 arranged for rent ing rooms. BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First st. ml-lm IjlOR RENT—2 NEW 8-ROOM HOUSESj ON 1 Graud aye., bet. Pico and California sts ,or will sell on the Installment plan. Address 118 W. Fourth st ml 3 8* I.IOR RENT—HOUSES AND WTOKES IN ALL JJ parts the city. A long list: you can examine froe. L. A. Rental Agency, 1 N. Fort st. J. C. FLOURNOY, Secretary, f27-lm IjlOR RKNT-6ROOM I'AR'ITALuY FUIT } nisbed cottage ou Grand aye., near Temple st. Apply to J. B. COULTER, 101 S. Spriug bt., cor. Second. mltf OR KENT — t TH AT NICK~7~KOOM COT tag*, near to business. 510 Grand aye., near Sixth; low reut to right parties. Apply to Wm. McLean, 258 8. Spring st. feb24tf OR RKNT—AT ARCADIA, TO GOOD tenants:, at low rates, healthy location, pure water and plenty of it, easy access, 50 minutes from Lo« Aneeles, nine trains each way dally. H A. UNRUH. rnlO-7t tOR KENT—OFFICES. FOR RENT—A GOOD P.;:aR OFFICE AND desk room lv from otilce, at 19 W. First Bt. feb£B lm I'UH SALfci heifers, bulls (registered) Apply to DOCTOR E. VVKRNIGK, Alhambra, Cal. ml2-14t* tIOR SALE-OUTFITS FOR THE MINES AT half price, at RICK'S. 328 and 330 8. 3prtug st. Get prices at RICE'S. mlo-7t F~" OR BALE—a'LOT OF COUNTERS Xnl) shelving; also the fittings of a chicken Btore and rarch, at a sacrifice, at RICE'S 3JB and 330 S. Spring St. mlo-7t TjlOB; SALE-MEN HAVE LEFT WITH US Jj some furniture, to be sold for what It will bring, in order that ihey may go to the gold mines ot once. Get prices of everything for housekeeping ut RICE'S, 32S'aud 330 S. Spring st. mlo-7t I~jlOR SALK-THOROUGHHiiKD FOWLS AND ' eggs, of 15 varieties, by A. C. RU-CK HAUPT, on State St., Brooklyn Heights, P.O. box 43, Station B; successor to Jas. T. Urown, 18 Georgia st., and W. B. Nesblt. Circular free. m 3 lm* OR SALE—Oct EXCHANGE. FOR GOOD property or stock of groceries, a note for £5000, to run 3 years at 7 per cent., secured by mortgage upon $25,000 worth of improved orouerty at West Point, lowa. W. G. HUGH ES, 14 N. Spring st. m! 3 3t row •».»•..«. «:iiv Property. oTsALE-ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS, 20 beautiful lots, only 25 minutes' ride [rom Courthouse, at $120 each; payments, $20 lown, $10 per month for 10 mouths. HUM PHREYS A RIGGIN. 20 8. Spring st. mls lot I~7IORBALr2 AT A GREAT BARGAIN — ONE ' of the prettiest homes on Hill si, near fifth; mint be sold before Ist of April; sick ness, requiring hlaher altitude, cause of sell ing. Inqulro of owner, 342 Hill St., or room 5 Park Place. m6-lm I' ,10R BALE -A FINE 2 STORY RESIDENCE ■ of 10 rooms and reception hall, with all modern improvements; also artistic frosooed; Dn Seventh St., opposite the West Lako Park. Sold by owner, O. BRANDT. fl9 lm* ■niOR SALE—ONE OF THE FINEST BLOCKS f In South Pasadena, 320 feet square; plenty r>f trees; water; 2 houses, barn, etc : good loca tion for physician or druggist; price cheap and terms easy. For further particulars call or ad dress J. J. BUEIILER, 143 E. First St., Los An gles. ml lm Jr'UM. ttALb-Dsuuirr Property. !sTlf.-or~¥x~change, A 40-AORE 1 foothill ranch, about 25 miles east of Los Augeles, well improved, with apricots, grapes, nranges and other fruits, good house, barn, etc., plenty of pare mountain water; also a quarter interest In 200 acres of land which covers the water right; this ranch will pay an income of *1000 net per BDnum; price, $25,000; the water here alone is worth more than the price asked for the whole. HUGHES, 34 N. Spriug st. ml 3 3t THE JURUPA LAND AND WATER COM pany offers a six thousand acre tract; will -ell in forty acres lots; situated three miles north west from Rowell Hotel, Riverside, Cal , with a gor>d water right of one miner's inch of water to every sev>n and one half acres of land, for the extremely low prire oi 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 the best orange land in Southern California. Commission paid to agents. Address MILLS & CRAWFORD, 18 Court St., Los Angeles; CUNNINGHAM & CO., San Bernardino; or A. R. MEBERVE. North Pomona J3O-3m l¥ KXIIHA HUB. rtALIToRNIA AND EASTERN PROPERTY \j for exchange. MCDONALD, room 8 Wilson Blook, corner of Spring and First sts. f22tf beautiful lots on . the city Hue at $150 each will beigijeiifor a choice alfalfa or orange ranch. HUMPHRPA b A RIGGIN, 20 S. Spring st. ml 6 lOt WORTH OF FlRST class property In and near Ban Bernardino for property in or near this city. HUGHES. 34 N. Spring st._ m W_ T"o EXCHANGE-FOR CITY IMPROVED property, an $8000 mortgage, bearing 8 per cent., secured on 200 acres west of this ci.y. HUGHES, 34 N. Spring Bt. ra!3 3t TO EXCHANGE-HOUSE AND LOT IN SAN Francisco, worth $10,000, for property in Los Angeles or vlelnlty, either residence or farming land. Address H., this offloe. m!3tf TO EXCHANGE-4500 PIECES OF PROP erty: houses, lots, business property, ranches, Kastern property, merchandise, etc .etc.; call for anything you want. 1.0. WILLMON, 128U W. writ at. ml lm T~O~BXCHAN<Ht-TIIE~BEST SANTA ANA and San Fernando Valley lands for first class Eastern city or farm property. Address owner, room 6. Allen block, law Angeles. m!2tf OEXCHANGE-OR FOR SALE, A GOOD, centrally located lodging bouseof 30 nicely furnished rooms, and doing a good, paying business: a good bargain is offered oi, this prop erty, HUGHES, 31 N. Spring st m! 3 3t 0 EXCHANGE—OK FOR SALE, IMPKOVFD business property near City Hall, 60x105 feet, at $000 per foot; will take In exchange two thirds of this In a choloe alfalfa or orange ranch, balance time or cash. HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, 20 9. Spring at. m! 5 lOt " 1 ho mjbi »^^'«l!l»j?l£2i__ m^. iTITITIIOWcT-C BUltaEoir HAMUMAM Baths Institute. Offloe hours, 10 A. m to i j, M feb2l lm , E — A. CLARKE, M. D., REST . dence, 24 S. Spring st, Hours 1 to 4 r. * Telephone 353,_ __ I™" DRS. BEACH & BOYNTON." OFFICE. 37 N Spring st , Los Augeles, Cal. Ofllce hours 8 to 12 sc., 1 to 4 and 0 to 8 r. K. Dr. Boynton'i residence, 735 Olive at "9" TBAAC FELLOWS. SC. D.-HOMEOP ATHIBI 1 Offlco Honrs-11 to 12 A. ¥. , 2 toi 5 r. m. Office—Nos. 2 and 6 Odd Fellows' Bolldlng Los Angeles, CaL Rosidonoe 408 Bo»th Mail street. m 9-«. g. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMIEPATHIST . Office, rooms 11 and 12. Bryson blook. cor First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pear st. Offlco hours. 11 a. v. to Br. m. Telephon, Nos.; Offlco 597: resldenoe 577, fittl FRI DAT MORNING. MARCH 15, 1889. I BUSINESS CIIANCKS EIOR SALE—BUTCHER 6 HOP, 819 8. MAIN : 1 st. n>B lm* EIOR SALE—BUTCHER SHOP. LEASE, i~i _ years. Apply cor. First and Alameda, m 7-lm* TTIOR SALE—DRUG STORK IN SANTA ANA; ! J? will invoice $4 000; will sell for half that ■ if sold immediately; sickness cause of selling. (Jail or address J. J. BUEIILER, 143 E. First ; st., Los Angeles mO-lOt F~ OR BALE—OR EXCH ANGE, AT A GREAT bargain, a lornlshed lodging-house, front- ] ing on the Six'h-st. Park, convenient to Post ' olnce, street cars; furniture good as new and 'or sale ©r trade, very. very cheap. McCOK- . NELL A. MEKWIN, 34 N. Spring st. ml."i St I'lflANClALt ON_Y~TO~LOAN IN SUMS TO : ANDERSON, 28 N. Spriug. m2tf ONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP i erty. POMEROY * GATES, 10 Court St. ( fietf ONEY Tcf LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR- - TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78 Temple block. f22tf < MONEY TO LOAN—IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON gilt edoed security. W. 8. WATERS, - room 2, 117 New High st. mlOtf MONEY TO LOAN —ON FIRST-CLASS * c mortgages. Apply to JOHN" MILNER, t Room 9. Baker Block, Los Angeles. m9tf v_l AA AAA TO LOAN. A. J. VIKLE, ©iUUjUUU Room 1, Wilson blk. f26-lmo \ MONET TO LOAN-IN LARGE OR SMALL ] amounts on first-class mortgages by C. A. , 3UMNER & CO., 54 N. Main st. ml lm . flftj- f\ (\f\(\ TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS »SO\ K\ )\J\" mortgages, at low rates : BYRAM <St POINDEXTER. 19 W. First st. f23tf j CALIFORNIA LOAN AND TRUST CO , J rooms 9 and 10, Phillips block, buy at* . proved notes, mortgages and deal in real estate , loans and commercial paper. mBtf COLLATERAL LOANS MA DE AND NOTES S discounted. UNION LOAN AND TRUST \ CO., room 11, Phillips' block. mBtf J <Uili TO $50,000 TO LOAN AT REABONA- [ tpl'lU ble rates. LOS ANGELES REAL E3- 5 TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C. ! FLOURNOY, Secretary, IN. Fort st. m 6 lm ■ 51,000,000 T0 LOAK - BKCDKITY : SAVINGS BANK, 40 S. Main St. Mortgages - bought and sold. fl7-lm. WANTED— $250 LOAN FOR ONE YEAR . on acre security from private party; wDI ' pay 12 per cent , net, but no commission. Ad- ; dress B. C, Herald office. ml 4 2* ■ CRAWFORD A McCREERY, ROOM 10, OVER * vVLos Angeles National Bank. Loan $50 to I $50,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy < notes, mortgages and contracts. f2otf MONEY TO LOAN—ON PIANOS AND oR gnns at COLLATERAL SECURITY LOAN OFFICE, room 39, Wilßoa block, No. 68 Spring 1 st. ___ fl6 lm_ j MONEY TO LOAN—WE HAVE HAD I placed in our hands to loan on any kind ot" apnrived security several sums of $50 ' each, $100 escn, $200 each, $300 each. $400 each, $500 each, aud a few of $1,000 each. Goodno'es and mortgages bought and sold E L. BUCK, rooms 31 and 32, New Wilson I block mstf j MONEY TO LOAN-SAVE RENT, JOIN THE Home Building Association Build your- i self a home and pay for it on the installment . plan. For information apply to M. C. WEST BROOK, Secretary, room 87, Phillips blook, ■ Spring st. felO 5m EXCURSIONS. leave Los Angoles every Wednesday; Pullman tourist cars, fully equipped, to Omaha and ( Kansas City. Call or address JOHN ILARK, 1 51 N. Spring st. f23 lm IEXCURSIONS1 EXCURSIONS —EAST AND WEST, SEMI- [ 'j monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas City and Chicago. FREE sleeping accommoda tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply : to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring St., Los An geles. ml2tf DENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK Island route excursions will leave Los | Angelea every Tuesday. Tourist sleeping cars elegantly equipped, free of charge. Call or ad dres, F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st. m3-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 20th. For tickets, berths, and further information,callonoraddresaL.M. WALTERS, 19 N. Spring st., or 51 N. Spring >t., Los An geles. 125 EXCURSIONS— THROUGH CARS TO CHI- ! cago. Only one change to Boston. Con- 1 ductors and porters accompany all parties. Leave Los Angeles March 13th and 27th. April 10th aud 24th, May Bth and 22nd, A. PHILLIPS &CO., 44 N. Spring St., Los An- 1 geles, Cal. L___ IfIXCUBBIONS TO ALL [ Li points East, via Salt ! Lake city nnd Denver, leave March 14th, 28th, April 11th and 25tb. Tour ist carscompletelyequlpped. 1 Berth* free. Call upon or address J. B. Qulgley, agent, . 112 North Spring street. 1 mlO-tf i QOUTHKBN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH O excursions to New York, Boston and Phila delphia. Pullman'snew tourist cars with ladies dressing room and lavatory; stoves with im proved heaters for making tea and coffee; com plete Pullman's equipment of bedding, in cluding bed linen, toilet'accessories, etc.; ] uniformed colored porters; 8. P. Oo.'s party managers go through to New Orleans, thence 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, Blr i mlngham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, etc. Quick time, direct connections. Excursions leave Los Angeles December 16th and 30th., 1888,; January 13f). 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 tho agencies of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY in Southern California, orC. F. BMURR, Assistant General Passenger Agent Southern Pacific Company, No. 202 N. Main St.. Los Angeles, Cal. m! 3 5m EDUCATION AE. NIGHT SCHOOL— LOB ANGELES BUSINESS College and English Training School. 38 40 and 42 S. Main St., near Second. D. B. WIL LIAMS, Prin. flotf ST. MATTHEW'S HALL. SAN MATEO, CAL A Church School for boys; 23rd year. REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER. M. A., Principal. fl9tf LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, 38,40 and 42 3. Main st., near Second. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. JJHK THE LOB ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Music, No. 406 B. Main St. Complete course either in music, art, language or elocu tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President. SIG. A. FARINI'S MUSICAL STUDIO, No. 151 8. Hill st. Pupils prepared for the operatic and concert stage; also oratorio. Class lessons of three and four at reasonable rates. Reception hours, 2 to 3 r. M. dally. f2l tf ST. HILDA'S HALL 'OF G LEND ALE — A Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Gleu i dale. Accommodates 100 pupils. Full corps of I teachers. For circulars apply at school, or city office, 75 North Spring street. REV. THtiS. W. HASKINS, Aoting Rector. 127-M ' I VaTOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE I W —AND — SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING I INSTITUTE, 159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal SESSIONS DAY AND IVININB. t For particulars, call at offloe or address. n s2O-ly F. C. WOODBURY. Principal. f ATTORNEYS. vTXA^iDrTA^TTORN^irAND COUNSHL . or-at-Law. Ofllce, over Los Angeles Na- II Uonal Bank, cor. First and Spring sts. mlltf ALTER ROSB, ATTORNEY, ROOM 6 AL len block, cor. Spring an£Temple sts.ml4tf ; i A B. HOTCHKISsTaTTORNEY, ROOMS 8 c A. and 9. Safe Deposit building, oor. New High and Temple sts. U'" REOUEAR PHYSICIANS. DR. DARLING WDTjTjBT AND ATJR~IBT Office 25 North Mainßt Office Honrs, 9a. tu\o 4 r. h. mltf-dAw DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN 818 -tors' Uospltal; TVt N. Main at., looms 1,2 and 3. Telephone 11C f27 tf El A. DE CAILHOL, M. D.-AT HIS BANI- I. tarium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone 891- m 1-tf DR C. K. OLAOIUH HAS RKMOVED HIS office from 75 N. Spring to 41 S Spring st. Honm from 11 a. m. to 2p. m. Specialty—Sex ual and skin diseases, chronic diseases in gen- i DR. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST Ist, 107 8 Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a.h.to 12 h. and 2to * m. I24tf_ MRS. DR. J. M. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS. C.E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladies cared for < during confinement. Midwifery a specialty. f|2B-6m DX- .1 If. HENEBOME (LATE SURGEON German Hospital. 8. F.). Ofllce and real- I dence:2l, r >w. Sixth st. Hours; Ito3p. m. , ml lm 1 DR. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT , Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Bur- 1 gery (iucluding gonito-urinary diseases) and , diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. Sjpring st, Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. f 24tf < DR. WALTER XJNDLEY HAS REMOVED 1 his residence to 40 Ottawa street between i Tenth and Eleventh streets, one-half square west of Pearl street. Ofllce 237 Bouth Spring street. Office hours, 2to4F, M ; telephone, of fice, 478; telephone, resldence.42 f24lm DR. L. GOLDSCH.MIEDT—GENERAL PRAC- . tielng physician; late of New York; twenty 1 years private an 1 hospital experience. Office, i 23 Bouth Spring street, room 12; residence, Emerson House, 415 South Olive street; tele phone. Office, 1019 Residence, 1054. Spe- , clalt': Diseases of children. f27-tf M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. £>~ M. C. P. 8. • O. Specialist in diseases of the head, throat and chest, including the eye, ear and | heart. Oiygeu, compound oxygen, nitrogen, , monoxide, and other medicated Inhalations, used lv all diseases of the respiratory organs ' Office, Holleubeck Block, corner Second and ] Spring srreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, ; from 9 a « to 4 p. m. | DENTISTS. -|\B. R. G. 1 XJ St., McDonald block. 115-tf 1 DR. W. H. MAS3BR HAS REOPENED HIS , dental office In rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. Hccond and Fort sts. J3O-tf ' DENTAL INSTITUTE, COB. SPRING AND ! Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill- ' Ing, from $1.00 up; amalgam filling, from 50c. '■ up; extracting, 25c. A regular graduate In constant attendance. f2l tf | REMOVED. DR L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST pts., Wilson block; take elevator. Teeth filled painlessly. Goid crowns and bridge work a specialty. Tooth extracted painlessly. Dr. Max Wußsman, of San Francisco, and Dr. Cassou Mac Donald, of Philadelphia, assistants. 1410 m A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING CX street. Rooms 4 and 5, Gold fillings from #2 np. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth extracted without gas or air, 50 cents. Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By onr new method of making tooth, a misfit is Impossible. All work guaranteed. We make a specialty of extracting teeth with out pain. Ofllce Honrs from 8 a.m., to sp. m. Sundays from 10 a. h. to 12 ra. Night calls answered office mB-tf ARCHITECTS. /THA3. \j 3 ancl 4, Downey block, Los Angelea. f22tf /Teo. f. oOBTERlSAN,architect, rooms IT 21. 22. 23 S. Spring St.. Los Angeles. fl2tf SOCIETY mEETINtjrS. W~~ ELCOME LODGE, kT OF H., NO. 3342— Meets Tuesday evenings at room 45, Cali foruia Bank Building. OC. F.. GUARDIAN COUNCIL, NO. 90— . Regular meeting first and third Fridays, at Pythian Castle, 24 S. Spring St. IfIAST SIDE LODGE, NO. 325, I. O. O. F.— !i Meets every Tuesday eveuing in Odd Fel lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downc? aye., Bast Los Angeles. LOS ANGELES LODGE, NO. 2925, X OF ll.— Regular meetings are held every Wed nesday evening at 17 W. First St. UJIGNKT CHAPTER, NO. 57, R. A. M.-MKEIS 13 Btatedly on the first Tuesday of each month, at 7:15 p. m., at Masonic Hall, cor. of Spring and First sts. MORRIS VINEYARD LODGE, I. O. G.T..NO. 126—Meets every Monday night. Hall, cor. Laurel and Main sts. G GOODWILL COUNCIL, NO. 629, AMERICAN I" Legion of Honor-Meets on second and fourth Fridays of each month at their hall, 17 W. Firsts- JOHN A. LOGAN POST, G. A. R. —MEETS every Monday evening in G. A. B.Hall, Mc- Donald block, on Mainst TRI-COLOR LODGE, NO. 96, K. OF P.— Meets on Tuesday evenings in Pythian Cas tie, 24 S. Spring St. r\ ELCICH POST, NO. 106, G. A. R.—MEETS \J first and Third Fridays of each month in Campbell's Hall, East Los Augeles. LOS ANGELES LODGE, NO. 35, 1. O. O. F — Regular meetings held on Wednesday even ing of each week at 1. 0. O. F. Hall, Spring St. near First. QAMPSON LODGE, NO. 148, K. OF P.— O Meets every Mouday night at Castle Hall, No. 510 Downey aye., East Los Angeles. HaU over East Bide Bank. 10. G. T., MERRILL LODGE, NO. 299 . Meets every Saturday evening at Pythian Castle. No. 24 8. Spring Bt, just below First FRATERNITY LODGE, NO. 79, K. OF P.— Meets on second and fourth Wednesday evenings in each month at Pythian Castle, 24 S. Spriug st ORANGE BRANCH COMMANDERY, NO 306, U. O. G. C —Meets every Friday even ing in New Odd Fellows' Hall, Hayden block, East Los Angelea. iTJOYAL ARCANUM - SOUTHERN CAI.I -1 It fornia Council, No. 570, meets second and (fourth Tuesdays at N. 8. G. W. Hall, 75 N. spring st. Visiting brothers LOS ANGELES LEGION, NO. 6, SELECT Knights, A. O. U. W.—Meets every Mouday evening in Campbell's Hall, cor. Downey aye. and Truman St., East Los Angeles. AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR, SAFETY Council, No. 664-Meets second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month at their Hall, 17 W first st., bet. Main aud Springy 01.1VE LODGE, NO. 26, K. OF P.—MEETS every Thursday eveniug in Pythian Castle, 24 8. Spring, Just bolowFlrstjit 08 ANGELES COUNCIL, NO. 11, ROYAI and Select Masters. F. and A. M.—Holds Its stated assemblies on the fourth Monday of each moath, at 7:30 p. M., at. Masonic Hall, Spring st, bet. First and Second EAST LOS ANGELES LODGE. NO. 230, A. O. U. W.—Meets every Wednesday evening in Campbell's Hall, Truman st aud Downey aye., East Loa Angeles. /GAUNTLET LODGE NO. 129, K. OF P.— IT Meets on Monday evening, In Pythian Cas tle, No. 24 8. it JOHN B. FINCH LODGE, I. O. G. T —MEETS Tuesday evenings in Campbell's Hail, East Los Angeles. LOB ANGELES TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, No. 174—Meets the first Sunday in each month at the G. A. R. Hall. Main at LOB ANGELES CHAPTER, R. A. M.—STATED convocations on the second Monday of each month, at 7:40 p. _~ at Masouio Hall, Spring : St., bet. First and Second. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, CIEUB DE LION Commaudory, No. 9, K. T. — Holds Its " ctated oouclaves in ths asjlum In Masonic Hall ' sor. of Spring aud First »ts., ou tho third Thurs : day of each month, st T',3o P 'M. ' riELCICH WOMAN'S BELIEF CORPS, NO. \ VT 22—Meets first and third Friday of each j month, at 2r. M-, in Campbell's Call, East Los Angeles. ABOUT THE CITY. D. M. Terrington's Visit to Los Angeles. MOODY STILL AT THE PAVILION. Charged with Forgery—The Flag Cottage Jnry Disagrees. Other News. A number of members of the Chamber of Commerce met Mr. Yerrington, the President of the Carson aud Colorado Railroad yesterday at the Westminster, and accompanied him in a drive about the city. Mr. Yerrington has been un willing to state tbe object of liis visit, but it is perfectly well understood that bis coming here is connected with the vig orous effort which is now on foot to com plete the missing link between Mojave and Keeler to open Owen's Valley to Los Angeles. "I have not been in Los Angeles," said Mr. Yerington "for ten or fifteen years. 1 should scarely recognize it now. I was given to understand that it had made ex traordinary progress, and it quite comes up to my expectations. Nothing definite has been said or done abo ut tbe matter of tho railroad connection. I am not sure that anything will be done. Of course the undertaking, it carried out, would be of great advantage both to Los Angeles and to the inhabitants of Inyo county. There has been no reason why the road has not been built through, except that it would have heretofore proved too much of an undertaking for the income to be derived from it. The development of the South ern part of the State makes the projec tion of the road more likely to come about in the near future. Whenever it is accomplished it will give Los Angeles a new outlet through to the North." Mr. Yerrington will visit Santa Monica to-day. A SERMON FOR PARENTS. \ Blr. Moody* Revival meeting at ' tlie Pavilion. 1 Mr. Moody did tlie work of a giant ' yesterday, for he preached at Pasadena 1 in the mon. ing, lectured at the Pavilion in the afternoon and held his customary revival service in the evening. The f attendances on all three occasions were 1 enormous, and that in tbe evening i almost equalled the rush on the opening J night. Every seat was occupied half an hour before the proceedings commenced, and by 8 o'clock the vast building was ( crowded from gallery to floor. The usual = preparatory praise service having been given, Mr. Moody commenced his ser- j mon by announcing hie text as follows: "And the Lord said unto Noah, 'Come ' thou and all thy house into the ark.' " j "One hundred and twenty years before this," said the evangelist, "Noah re- > ceived the most awful communication ' ever given to the world, for God con veyed to him the news that he was going to destroy the dwellers of the earth by a flood. I can imagine how Noah j was ridiculed by his friends and asso ciates when he commenced to build the ark of refuge. Can you imagine the f wickedness of the world in those days. s There is no record of how they lived, j but I believe that there were saloons, for we road that there was violence abroad, 1 and where there is violence there ia rum. ( I suppose the joke of those days, in the drinking shops, was 'Noah and his ark,' 1 and if they had newspapers, 'Noah and j his folly' doubtless often appeared at the heads of articles and report- 1 ers dropped around, occasionally, to t see how the old man was getting along. The contractors who helped ] him probably had twinkles in their ] eyes as they labored on the structure, and skeptics smiled and scoffed at olu 1 Noah and his doiags. But he did not care; he was deai to the words of man, for he had heard from God and he knew that he was doing right. Astronomers , read the heavens and said, 'We see no signs of any coming storm; the sun is ' shining and the stars twinkling as usual.' i Business men laughed at the idea, and 1 kept on with their work ; some said that perhaps there would be a storm, but if so they could do better in boats than in the old ark, and they reviled the build ing on the mountain top that was slowly drawing to completion. The years rolled on, and the merriment increased as the ark was nearly finished, but still no signs of the threatened deluge. Noah went off occasionally, preaching to his country men and warning them of their im pending fate, but he was laughed at and pointed out as visionary old Noah. The 120 th year arrived at last, and one beautiful morning Noah and his family started to move into the ark, derided by those living about, who called him an old fool for locking himself up in the structure when there was not even the signs of a storm about. A few days later, though, the air became black with fowls flying to the ark, aud animals came from their dens and caves, startling the people who pt la-t began to think that their was something going to happen. At last the hour of mercy was over, and God came down and closed the doors of that ark with tho believers inside under His protection and the unbelievers with out. Then the storm and all was over. At the midnight hour tbe thunder was heard from the distant skies, and the af -1 frighted people rushed to the doors of the : ark and, beating on the doors cried on Noah to let them in. 'I cannot,' he an swered, for God had closed the doors," I and to help them was beyond human i power "The object I had in taking this text to-night was to speak to parents. Re ' member the words that the Lord spake, - 'Come thou and all thy house into the * ark.' God wants you not only to go into ' this place of refuge yourselves, but He - wants you to take your children • with you. I would like to put the ques -1 tion to you all to-night, are all your chil dren in the ark ? Where is your eldest boy } now? Where is your daughter? Is she | keeping company with some ungodly young man who scoffs at religion and I all things connected with it. If she is s bring her back if you wish to save her; 1 take her with you into the ark. Mothers ' do not stand in the way of your own - children by thinking that they are too . young; to understand Christ's words, but a from their earliest moments let them J hear the holy gospel or else yon itay FIFE CENTS. Hud that you are 100 late. Re member the words of Christ 'Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of heaven.* Mothers and fathers, have altars in your homes, so that your children may learn to pray from the hour when they first compre hend the language of this life, and then they will grow up in that righteous mode of thinking that will keep them for (iod in after years." Impressive prayers were offered by a number of the clergymen present at the close oi Mr. Moody's eloquent oration, and the vast number that remained to the praise service which followed showed: that the evangelist had made a wondrous impression on his audience. AMUSEMENTS. Tne urand. A jammed house greeted the clever A Hole in the at thia theater last night. I Of course, anything like a detailed criticism of the piece would be absurd. It is enough to say that it is the funniest and most rollick ing thing which holds the boards to-day, and has been steadily improved. Those who like to laugh ought on no account to miss it. The action of this excruciating farce comedy all revolves around a rail way station and an enforced delay there through a train's being four hours be hind time. Clever specialists and pretty and joily girls bring out all the extrava ganzas possible to a melange composed of drummers, girl telegraph operators and lunch dispensers, with a good line of eccentric characters. The songs and dances are tip-top. One laughs from the rising to the going down of the curtain— laughs till tired nature seeks re lief in pressing one's sides. The thing is so downright absurd that one is ashamed to yield to such howling mirth; but there it is, you have got to do it. _ It is like sneezing, it can neither be avoided nor postponed. In addition, there is one immensely clever specialty, the whistling of Frank Lawton. It is astonishingly artistic, and is alone worth the price of admission. The curtain was rung up much too late last night, protracting the perform ance unnecessarily. This will probably be avoided to-night, when the machinery will be in better working order. A Hole in the Ground will be given to-night and to-morrow night and at the inatin6a Sat urday. farewell Concert. A farewell concert was given by Emil Seifert at Gardner's Hall last evening. The following programme was excellently rendered. March Heroic Franz Schubert Miss Asbury Kent, Mr. Paul Colliery, Messrs. Emil Seifert and Franz Mayer. "The Two Grenadiers" Robert Schumann Mr. O. Stewart Taylor. Concerto, D Major W. A. Mozart Miss Mauu Marriner and Orchestra Scotch songa Ludu-ig van Beethoven Mr. O. Stewart Tayior. Trio, D Minor .. Felix Mendelssohn Barlholdy Miss Asbury Kent, Messrs. -mil Seifert una Franz Mayer. "Let Me Love Thee" L. ArdiU Trio, C Minor Ludwig ran Beethoven Mibs Asbury Kent, Messrs. Emil seifert and Franz Mayer. Festival Overture Paul Colbert: Messrs. A. Willhartitz, Paul Colbert aud Orchestra. Ellis College OTuslcale. A very pleasant masicaie was given last evening at the Ellis College, at which the following programme was given: Sons— Ventre a Terre" Ruvalskt Misses Lewis, Parsons, Griffin and Cobb. Song—"Love's Greeting" Fairbank Miss Padgham. Valse—"Caprice" kubenstein Miss Veazir. Cavatina (Donna Carltea) Mercadante Miss Ellis. Polonaise, op. 40, No. 1 F. Chopin Miss Padgham. Polacca (L. Puritana) fJetKrit" Miss Veazir. Duo—"Laventella" Steph. Hitler Misses Parsons aud Khodes. Vocal duet—"Song of the Birds". .. .Babenstein Miss Veazir and Miss Ellis. Etu de, op. 25, No. 7 Chopin Miss Long Duo—Scherzo, od, 32 Xavier Scharwenko, Miss Grifftu and Miss Cobb. Chorus—"The Gypsies" Schumann Class in Voice Culture. A Ramona Party. Quite a number of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burns assembled last evening at the Ramona and whiled away a few pleasant hours in dancing. The following ladies and gentlemen were present: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Curry, J. H. Wetheral, O. C. Thompson, W. H. Routzen, Will Taler, A. N. Smith, Ed. Atterton, J. H. de La Monte, F. E. Lowery, Charles Stienfelt, J. K. Toup, J. K. Wist on, A. C. Stevens, James Bourne. Al. Binford, Albert Frnhling, A. G. Walsh, R. W. Wood, banker, Tomb stone, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Miller, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. de Deurre, Miss Olive Crawford, Miss Mary- Crawford, Mies Ida White, Miss Mollie McCarthy, Miss Kate McCarthy, Miss Cora Wise, Miss Lula Deiter, Miss Clara Shepherd, Miss E. K. Souter, Miss !>. K. Prater, Miss Stien, Miss Allen, Miss Poole. Chargca with Forgery. Several days ago a complaint was filed against John Peter Goytine, tbe editor of Le Progres, one of the French papers of this city, and a warrant was sworn out for his arrest. The charge was forgery. It was currently reported yesterday that be had been arrested, but at a late hour he had not been taken to the County Jail. The complaint was sworn out by Miguel Leonis, the uncle of Goytine. He charges that on the -sth of October, 18S7, Goytine wrote out a note for $3,850, to be paid on demand, and to bear 7 per cent, interest until paid. The name of Goytine figured as the drawee of the note, and that of Leonis was appended as the signatory. The Tivolt. P. W. Muller, formerly at Port Ballona, 1 has gone into partnership with Charles ' Appeldown, and the new firm will con duct the Tivoli, at id North Main street. A merchant's lunch will be served from | 11 to 1 o'clock each day at tbe rate of , 20 cents with beer or wine. > Tne Jury Disagrees. J At half-past 11 o'clock last night the 3 jury in the Flag Cottage case, in Justice • Savage's courtroom, was brought into 9 court, and the foreman stated that there l was no chance for an agreement. The ) jury stood six for acquittal and six for t conviction. Justice Savage discharged i the jury, and will reset the case for trial r J to-day.