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THE SPRING RACES.
The Complete Kntrles for tne Various Events. Following Lb a Hat of the entries for the Bpring races, which will commence on April Bth: FIRST I)Ay —MONDAY, APRIL BTII. First race —The Rodman Scramble, for 2-year-old foals of 1887; $50 entrance, half forfeit; $200 added ; distance % of a mile. John Gries' eh c Washing'on Bartlett, Batchelor-Shylocx; John Gries' eh c Topnotch, Batchelor—dam unknown; Capt. W. Roberts' b f Minnie Lse, Billy Lee-Maggie Layton; E. R. Den's bf, by Batchelor-Montebello; J. G. Hill's bf, by Wildidle-Thobe Holl; P. C. Dor nalech's br f, by Wild Idle-Duchess; N. A. Covarrubias' br c Gamble, Wild idle- Dollie Dimple ;N. A. Covarrubias' b c Reno, Wildidle-Mary Wade; Rhodes & Baker's eh c, by Hockhocking-Sun day; G. W. Trehearn's eh f Retty B, Joe Hooker-Kate Carson, E. J. Bald win's b c Columbia, Grimstead-Ophir; E. J. Baldwin's eh f Florilla, Ruther ford-Savaanah; P. Silbenthal's eh c Sheridan, Young Bazaar-Lost Girl. Sicond Race —Southern Pacific Handi cap (Running), for all ages; $20 each, half forfeit; $200 added, of which $50 to second ; distance I\\ miles. Pacific Sta bles, 4, b c Ed McGinnis, Gunstead-Jen nie G., 110; Pacific Stables, 4, br m Wel come, Warwick-iEblis, 103; P. C. Dorn alich's, 3, eh c Narcho 8., Wanderer- Flower Girl, 95; P. C. Dornalich's, 3, eh c Ulprano, Jim Brown-Eliza, 90; Chas. Sible, 6, eh g Galgo, Rutherford, 105; Al Morne's, 6, gg, John Treat, Shiloh, d by Norfolk, 112; J. D. Dunn's, 3, eh c Four Acres, Hockhocking-Maid of the Mist, 100; E. J. Baldwin's, 4, b f Lilleta, Rutherford-Maggie Emerson; E. J.Bald win's, 3, b g Carrientes, Gunstead, Blos som, 104; A. Cooper's 4, eh c Cannie Scot, Leinater-Tibbie Dunbar, 97; J. W. Trehern's, aged, b g Dave Douglas, Leiu ster-Lilly Thompson, 112; J. W. Tre hern's, 3, gw, Kyrlo, Daly-Elizabeth, 87; A. Y. Stevenson's, 4, eh m, Susie S., Marmaduke-Pirouette, 105; A. Y. Stev enson's, 5, eh m Gem. of the Mountain, Marmaduke-Piroutte, 103; T. Bally's, 3, eh c Little Phil, Leinster-Lillv A, 95. Third Race—Trotting; 2:20 class; purse $600. N. A. Corarrubio's aged eh g Gus Walker; N. A. Corarrubio's, 5, blk h Nigger Baby, by Alo; R. I. Northam'e, 5, b m Jennie 8., by Three Cheers; W. H. McCarthy's eh m Geneva S., by Ab dallah; W. Wilkea' br m Lena Wilkes, by Barney Wilkes; A. E. De Camp's g g What Ho, by Richmond. SECOND DAY, TUESDAY, APRIL 9TH. First race —Running; purse $150, all a?es. of which $25 to the second horse; 10 lbs above scale entries free, but all horses so entering compelled to start un less excused by the judges; distance J 8 of a mile. J. C. Dornalech's 4b.m. by Kyrle Daly. Eliza, 122; J. C. Dornalech's 3 br. f. by Wild Idle-Duchess, III; W. H. McCarthy's 3 eh, c, Waldo Johnson, Yictor-Mollie Carow, 11(5; A. I). Harri son's 6 eh. g. Hello, Shannon-.Marshea, 127; A. Y. Stevenson's 5 br. m. Gem of the Mountains, Marmaduke-Pirouette, 125; G. W. Trehern's 3 b. g. G. W., Kyrle Daly-Elizabeth, 113; E. J. Bald win's I! b. g. Currientes, Gunstead-Blos- Bom, 113; A. G. Hose's 3 b. c. Dan. M. Murphy, imp. Spectator-Goliah, 116. bee and race—Running; "The Pioneer Stakes Handicap" for all ages; entrance $20, half forfeit, with $150 added, the second horse to receive $50; distance 1 1-16 of a mile (heats). C. Lible'sch. g. balgo, Rutherford-Lena R; G. W. Trehern's aged b. h. Dave Douglas, Lun der-Lena Thompson. Tnird race—Trotting; 3 minute class; purae $200. R. I. Northam's 4b. m. by Echo, dam by Sacramento; W. Abbott's 5 br. h. William A; G. L. Fisher's aged b. h. Bay Tom; E. B. Gifford's aged blk. m. Belle B ; K. D. Wise's 3 eh. 3. Glen dine, by Salisbury; H. C. Wyatt's eh. g. Harry C., by Nutwood. THIRD DAY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL lUTII. First race—Running; " Inaugural Sweepstakes" for three-year-olds and upwards, of $20 each, half forfeit, with $150 added, the second horse to receive $50; horses not having won in 1888, when carrying weight for age or tnoro, allowed 7 lb3; non-winners iv 1888 al lowed 14 lb3; maiden four-year-olds and upward allowed 20 lbs; distance one mile. P. 0. Douralech's 4bm by Kyrle Daly-Eliza; P. 0. Douralech's I! eh cby Jim Brown-Elizi; O. Bible's 6 eh g Galgo, Rutherford-Lena R.; J. D. Dnun's 3 eh c Four Aces, Hockhocking- Maid of the Miss Al. Morine's 5g h John Treat; A. D. Hurrison'a Bgg Hello, Shannon, Marshia; A. \V. Stevenson's 4 eh m Susie S., Marmaduke, Pirouette; G. W. Frehern's 3 b c Hotspur, Joe Daniels, dam G. Wild Idle; E. J. Bald win's 4 b n Lillita, Rutherford-Maggie Emerson; E. J. Baldwin's 3 b g Gladiator, Grinstead, Althola; A. Cooper's 3 eh c Luis P., Joe Hooker- Lily P. Second race—Running; purse $300; 10 per cent, entrance; one-half mile heats. P. C. Douralech's 4 b m by Kyrle Daly, Eliza; N. A. Covarrubias sch g Glad stone, Reveille—Marguerite ; A. D. Har rison's 6 eh g Hello by Shannon- Marshia; A. Y. Stevenson's sbr m Gem of the Mountain, Marmadude-Pirouette ; E. J. Baldwin's 3 b m Alaho, Grinstead- Experiment. Third race —Trotting; for two-year olds; same conditions as the Rodman Scramble; $200 added ; mile heats; 2in 3; closed. L. J. Rose's b f by Stamboul , Minnehaha; L. J. Rose's b f by Alcaztr, Neluska; C. A. Durfee's br f Flora Del by Del Sur, dam by Echo; J. B. Mason's b f Zelda H. by Stambpal-Blonda. FOFIITII DAY —THURSDAY, AI'BIL IItH. First Race — Running; "Lullaby Stakes" for 2-year-olds; purse $200, of Which (50 to the second; 10 per cent en trance; the winner of the Rodman Scramble to carry 5 pounds extra; dis tance %of a mile. P. C. Dornalech's br f Wildidle-Duchess; N. A. Covarrubias' br c Gamble, Wildidle-Dollie Dimple; N. A. Covarrubias' b c Reno, Wildidle- Marguerite; Rhodes & Baker's eh cby Hockhocking-Lunday; G. W. Trehern's eh f Retty B, Joe Hooker-Kate Carson; E. J. Baldwin's b f Colunclo, Gemstead- Ophir; E. J. Baldwin's eh f Florilla, Rutherford-Savannah; E. J. Baldwin's b f Atlanta, Gemstead-Blossom ;P. See b»nthal's eh c Sheridan, Young Bazaai- Lost Girl. Second Race —Running; all ages; purse $300; distance one mile. P. C. Dornalech's 3 eh c Naicho 8., Wanderer- Flower Girl; W. A. McCarthy's sch c Waldo Johnson, IVictor-Mollie Carew; Al Morine's 5 g g John Treat; A. H.Har ri'rm's 6ch g Hello, Shannon-Marshia; A. N. Stevenson's 5 br m Gem of the Mountains, Marmaduke-Pirouette; G. W. Trehern's 3 b g G. W., Kyrle Daly- Eliaabeth ; E. J. Caldwin's 3 b f Alaba, Gematead-Experiment; E. J. Baldwin's 3b g Gladiator, Gemstead-Althola; A. Cooper's 3 eh c Louis P., Joe Hooker- Lizzie P. Third Race—Trotting; 2:35 clasß; purse $350. N. A, Covarrubias' sbk h Figger Boy, by Aly; R. I. Nortnam'a 5 b m Jen nie C., by Three Checks; W. Abbott's 5 br h William A.; W. A. McCarthy's bm Cora Van Tassel, by Dashwood; E. B. Gilford's aged bk m Bell B.; A. E. Da THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1889. Cam ■ s g g What Ho, by Richmond ;J. L. Burton's aged bm Pond Lily, by Geo. M. Palclien; L. J. Felton's (i b g Oliver J., by Oddfellow. FIFTH DAY—FRIDAY, APRIL 12Tll. First Race — "Southern California Cup;" $25 each, play or pay, $250 added; $50 to second horse; all ages; distance 2 , 4 miles. C. Bible's, 6,ch g Galgo, Rutherford-Lena R; G. W. Trehern's aged b h, Dave Douglas, Lenister-Lily Thompson. Second Race—Trotting; for 3-year olds; same conditions as the 2-year-old trotting race, with $300 added ; 3 in 5; closed. Dr. K. D. Wise's b c Glendine, by Judge Salisbury; L. J. Rose's bf Vesolia, by Stamboul-Ynez; D. G. Whit ney's g f Eugenic, by Bob Mason; D. G, Whitney's bk c Inca Prince, by Inca; N. A. Covarrubias' eh g Tono, by Judge Salisbury; J. G. Hill's g c Harry Gage, by Richmond. SIXTH DAY, SATURDAY, APRIL 13TII. First race—Running; purse $300; all ages; $50 to the second horse; ten per cent, entrance; three-fourths of a mile heats. P. C. Dornaliech's 4 b m, by Kyrle Daly-Duchess; N. A. Covarru bias 5 eh g Gladstone, Percille-Mar t;uerite; Al. Monne's 5g g John Treat; A. Y. Stevenson's 4 eh m Susie S, Mar mad uke-Pirouette ; E. J. Baldwin's 3 b f Alabo, Grimstead-Experiment; E. J. Baldwin's 4 b m Lillita, Rutherford- Maggie Emerson ; A. Cooper's 4 eh c Annie Scot, Lenistet-Libbie Dunbar. Second race —Running; "Los Angeles Derby;" for three-year-old foals oi 1886; same terms aa the Rodman S :ramble; $300 added; distance one and one-half miles. Geo. L. Waring'a b f Santa Clara, Sacramento, Clara; H. E. Rose's b c Dan M Murphy, imp Spectator- Goliah; H. H. Field's eh c Fandango, Billy Lee-Lorinda; J. D. Dunn's eh c Four Aces, Hockhocking-Maid-of-the- Mist; E. R. Den'B b. c. Othello, Hock hocking-Sunday; P. C. Dorna lech's eh g Alpiano, Jim Brown, Elizt; P. C. Dornaliech's eh g Naicho 8., Wanderer-Flower Girl; Pacific Stables, eh g, by Jim Fro vn; B. R. Dickies, be, ; C. H. '1 nomas, b f Cordova, Balboa-Armida Howard; G. W. Trehern's b c G. W., Kyrle Daly- Elizabeth ;E. J. Baldwin's b g Carri entea, G rim stead-Blossom ; E.J. Bald win's b g Gladiator, Grimstead-Altho lah. Fourth race—Trotting, double team, free lor all; to hoisea that have never beaten 2:30; purse $400, 10 per cent en trance; 5 to enter, 3 tol start—N. A. Co varrubias, Nigger Baby and mate: B. T. Northam, Jennie B. and mate; W. A. McCarthy, Lena Wilkes and mate; E. B. Gifford, Atto Rex and mate. PASADENA'S SEWKIt PIPES. 'Ir. J. C. Daly Writes a Letter About Till-Ml. Editors Herald: I see lam charged by Pasadena papers with inspiring or contributing the article of your paper which called out this comment on the sewer matters. It is unfair to me. I will not question the motive, or say they would intentionally do me an injustice, bat I will assure them that no word or act of mine will ever prejudice the inter ests of the Crown of the Valley. I will always seek to promote and rejoin in the fullest measure of her prosperity. Feeling my position unnecessarily brought into question, I will, like Othello, "a plain, unvarnished tale un fold," that all who wish, may judge of my relations to the question. Saverp.l gentlemen interested in the sanitary welfare of Pasadena, and, as I believe, desirous of patronizing a new home industry, had called at my office in reference to furnishing sewer pipes for that city. I had told each in turn that if the procedure had been followed to au thorize the bonds, we would furnish the pipes—tho price to be agreed upon. After many conversations on this subject with different gentlemen, a transcript of the proceedings wassubmitted and examine-! by me. I felt convinced that Pasadena bonds were good. I know that Pasadena is able to pay all that she obligates her self to pay, and that the integrity of h«r citizens is unquestionable. The directors of tha company I represent had decided to sell the pipe to Pasadena and accept the bonds, should the attorneys of our company report favorably on them as a business proposition. With municipal bonds, it is not always a question of abil ity and integiity. As interests change aud questious arise, it is well to know that the tax levy to pay bonds can be enforced. This is quite as essential as tho authority to issue, and this question simply occurred to me when the question finally took the shape of assigning to us a contract partly per formed, for which we were asked to pay cash for a balance due and we take bonds for our cash. As was our right.wo asked questions which were answered tru'.h tully and unhesitatingly by some of the persons interesting themselves in this matter. I expressed my opinion on this subject to a few of the gentlemen, and if they saw fit to give it publicity, it was but common courtesy in me to answer a gentleman representing a responsible journal such questions as were propound ed. I have no desire to assail other pro ductions. All commodities find their true value iv the hands of competent judges, and if the people of Pasadena aro satisfied ''and the cow also" that "the dip-glazed pipe which wont into our main sewers is, therefore, as good as tbe ealt-glaz-?d which we used for part of the work," I am content; but when a city officer—if correctly re ported—expresses the hope "that we may get this contract by open competi tion and fair means, and not by pre judicing the public," I must protest. I have never heard that a contract is to be let, and certainly if Pasadena i 3 to let a contract it will be as provided by law, when wo will gladly compete—openly and by fair means. I had understood that we were asked to sell pipe to finish a contract that for some reason ( 1) hangs fire, and when asked to take an assign ment of that contract, we objected and stated the reasons why. Of course, if the law which requires the estimate, char acter of and necessity for public munici pal improvements for which bonds are to issue, to be set forth in the ordinance calling for an election for such purpose and requiring a two-thirds vote to author ize the issue has no bearing on the case, why I am wrong, and perhaps I did wrong in refusing an assignment of tho contract, but surely tho Pasadena papers should not say as a fact that the article in your paper was in spired by a Los Angeles sower pipe com pany for eellinh purposes, because I told a gentleman of Pasadena that I would de cline to take an assignment of a contract, and for the reason that I supposed that the general law had some influence. If the people of that city had voted to issue bonds for a "vitrified sail-glazed pipe" as set forth to be the character of the woik in the ordinance calling the elec tion, and it will make no difference aa to the character of the work after the bonds are signed,then the law has no influence, aud, as I say, lam wrong. But to say there is no difference between salt-glazed is to assert that there is no difference be tween skim milk and full cream cheese, as the following testimonials will show. Respectfully, J. O. Daly. 1 have used many cart-loads of your sewer pipe in the sewer system of this city, and am using the same every day. I prefer your pipe, for the following rea sons: It is vitrified talt-glazed, instead of dipped, consequently will outlast the dipped pipe by at least thirty to forty yearp. It will stand a much greater pres sure than any otner pipe in use here. It is safe to use a pressure of sixty to sev enty pounds per square inch. After hav ing examined the different pipes laid here in our sewer system, I can recommend the Elsinore pipe as most preferable. (Signed) A. H. Koeuio, City Engineer. Dated San Bernardino, Cel., March 9, 1889. In my official capacity as Sewor In spector of this city, we caused tests to be made of the Elsinore salt-glazed vitrified pipe, in comparison with other pipe used in the market, and found that the Elsin ore pipe stood a much greater pressure than the best samples we could select from other standard makes of pipe in use in this city. The result of the test by hydrostatic pressure of the Elsinore pipe was as fol lows: 12 inch stood 75 to 80 lbs. per square inch, 10 inch stood from 110 to 120 lbs. per square inch, 8 inch stood from 110 to 130 lbs. per square inch, 6 inch stood from 110 to 140 lbs. per square inch. I consider the Elsinore pipe the best in the market. (Signed) A. H. Julian, Ex-Sewer Inspector. (Dated) San Diego, March 7. 1889. I have tested the vitrified salt-glazed pipe manufactured at Elsinore, in com parison with other pipe sold in this mar ket, aud I unhesitatingly pronounce it very superior to any other pipe manufac tured on this coast, and we are now put ting it in in preference to any other. (Signed) S. S. Goldthwart, Inspector of Bewers. (Dated) San Diego,Cal., March 7,1889. I am handling sewer pipe manufac tured by several firms which have an extensive reputation for quality of goods, such as the La Clide, of St. Louis, Akron, Ohio, New Brighton, Perm., San Francisco Association and Elsinore, Cal., your pipe being the only salt-glazed pipe manufactured on this Coast. As to the quality compared with other pipe, must say my customers always accept your pipe as equal to the best in this or any other market, and I consider them so. The tests of different pipe made here resulted in favor of your pipe. [Signed] J. 8. Buck, Importer and dealer in sewer pipe, terra cotta, etc. (Dated) Sau Diego, Cal., March 7, 1889. This is to certify that the salt-glazed vi'.rified sewer pipe manufactured at Elsinore, Han Diego county, California, is giving perfect satisfaction in every par ticular. I have handled and laid the best makes of sewer pipe, and consider the Elsinore pipe fully equal, if not superior, to all others. (Signed) Joseph Kelly, Sewer Contractor. (Dated) San Diego, Cal., March 7,1859. The pipe funnelled our company by you for the Arroyo Seco infiltration works has given the utmost satisfaction. It was thought by some of the members of our board that sewer pipe would prove unequal to the strain required of it on that work. I conceded that there would be some danger of failure in using the slip-dipped counterfeit of vitrified pipe that had been offered for years in this market; but I had received some samples from the Elsinore works that con vinced me (who, by the way, has had some experience in the manufacture of sewer- pipe) that I had an article that could be depended on to resist heavy compre3sile strain with perfect safety. Our company intends, this summer, to complete the extensive infiltration plan 3 on the Eos Angeles river, a work that will require a large quantity of twenty four inch pipe, and we hope to be able to place our order in your bauds. I will say, before closing, that for density of grkin and thorough incorporation of tho glaze to the body of the ware, your pipe is the equal of anything manufactured in America, and as yours is the only salt glazed pipe manufactured west of the Rocky Mountains, you ought to feel com fortable with regard to the future of your enterprise. Yours, respectfully, Wm Mulholland, Supt. L. A. 0. Water Co. I have had occasion to critically ex amine the salt-glazed vitrified aewerpipe made by you at Elsinore, a large quan tity of which has been used in the sewer of this city and San Bernardino, and as far as I have gone in the investigation I have been highly pleased with the pipe. Its texture is remarkably tough and the glaze is an absolute salt-glaze, penetrat ing and incorporating with the body of the pipe and not a dip which will scale off. I consider it equal to the best Akron and St. Louis pipe of simi lar character, and the tests which I have made of it for its capacity to withstand water pressure have convinced me that you can make a pipe which can bo safely trusted to stand pressure as high as fifty pounds per square inch, if properly laid. (Signed) Jas. D. Schuyler, (Dated) City Engineer. San Diego, Cal., March 7, 1889. Tbe Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors met yester day morning, all the members present. The Anaheim Irrigation matter came up in connection with the protest of Susan P. H. Bixby, which was read and filed, as also was the application of R. J. Northara to be included within the boundaries of the district. Tho whole matter was taken under advisement. N. W. Godbold was appointed Justice of the Peace of San Antonio Township. V. P. Rowan was instructed to furnish maps of the Road Districts for the use of the overseers. The bond of J. H. Dinsmore for grad ing National Boulevard and Military avenue was approved and ordered filed. The Clerk was instructed to advertise tho sale of $100,000 Courthouse bonda. On motion of Mr. Rowan $30,000 of the issue of 1885 were ordered redeemed. It was agreed to reconsider the order of the Board in the matter of the Ninth street extension and to pay for the right of way at tho rate of $250 per acre. The Bortrd adjourned to meet this morning at 10 o'clock. Why should the spirit of mortal be proud? For several reasons. He nan smoke a Orana Republic Cigarro for a nickel. Ask your dealer for them. Crown Flour. Crown Flour. Ask your grocer lor it. Always reliable. Just What You Want. Gas stoves, for heating and cooking, at 8. M. Ferry's 30 South Main street. Tufts' Lyon Arms Co. Will remove April Ist from First Bt. to 40 8. Bpring. _______ "Paint your buggy for »1," at P. H. Mathews. Agricultural Association. The Sixth District Agricultural Associa tion Directors held a meeting on Satur day evening last, at the ofliceof Dr.Wiee the following Directors present: Messrs. Wise, Newton, Robinson, Al. Workman and President Lichtenberger. R. H. Hewitt waa unanimously elected Secre tary for the ensuing year. The arrange ments for the speed programme for the fall races was discussed, but no definite action taken. A communication was received from the Chamber of Commerce inviting the directors to meet with the Chamber on Wednesday after noon, the 10th met., to consider matters relating to an annual fair, and on motion the invitation was accepted. The meet ing than adjourned, subject to call of the president. To be Pressed. The charge of embezzlement againßt E. A. Woed, the editor of an East Los Angeles journal, was called up in Justice Savage's Court yesterday, after several rronths of continuance. AVeed was Sec retary of tho East Side Building and Loan Association, and as such was en trusted with the funds of the concern. When tho books were balanced there was a deficit of $400, which could not be ac counted for. Weed was arrested on the charge of embezzlement, but he insisted that the accounts were all right and if the association would only give him time he would square things. This prayer for time was repeated whenever the officers of the association came at him with threats of punishment. At last the asso ciation, it ia said, has become tired of waiting and will prosecute. The Eastern Kxhlblt The Chamber of Commerce had a special committee at work yesterday pre paring an exhibit to send East, to go in the State Board of Trade car which is now traveling through the East. A num ber of prominent rauch owners have con tributed to the exhibit, and Los Angeles will be able to make a fine showing of products. The car is now at Buffalo and is on its way to New England. It is esti mated that over 200,000 people have vis ited the exhibit thus far, of which a large number have asked for definite informa tion about lands and farming in this State. Dof Thieves Abroad. Baron Rogniat iB one of the maddest men in the City of the Angals or the neighborhood. Some thieves sneaked around his place on Sunday and enticed away, or otherwise forcibly abducted, two Irish setters of unusually fine form and breeding, and the Ulm dog, or "Great Dane," which tho Baron im ported recently, and of which he was so.proud. He offers $100 for the ap prehension of the thief, but will not offer any inducement in the way of reward for the dogs in order to encourage canine blackmail. Pullman Puneucerii. The following Pullman passengers left yesterday for San Francisco and the East: By the 1:20 p. k, train—Mr. Lamber ton, Mr. Morgan, S. Caro, Mr. Hanson, D. E. Miles, Jos. Pearson, Mr. Kings land. By the 10:20 r. it, train—A. M. Bowdle, Mr. Lane, H. M. Yerington, Mr. Grin nell, P. J. Leonard, J. Homer, Mr. Prid ham, Dr. Vamoa, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Neuhart, Mr. Goodridgo, Mr. Fisher, J. E, Smith. Marriage Licenses. The following licenaes to wed were issued by the County Clerk yesterday: A. V. Frejermuth and Miss Lizzie Harris, the former a native of Indiana and the latter of Illinois. l.'nltcd States Uraud Jury. The United States Grand Jury yester day made a partial report to Judge Ross, finding six indictments,on which arraign ments will be made to-day. At Auction, a 12-lloom Dwelling, To-day (Tuesday), March 19th, at resi dence, No. 21 Sixth street, between Spring and Main, elegant furniture, nearly new. Sale commences at 10 a. m., sharp. Ladies invited. Bkn. O. Ruoadks, Auctioneer. All signers to petition for charter for new tribo of Rod Men, will meet in Judge Savage's courtroom to-morrow (Wednes day) evening at 7:30 o'clock, for the pur pose of temporary organisation. Per oider committee. tfja Terrible mistake." Catallna Island, as a pleasure resort, is appre ciated only by those who have experienced a day's fishing, a moonlight ride on the beautiful bay, abath in tho refreshing water, or a tramp across the hills with a liSe. Iv filling to visit this wonderful place, with the attractions that have been added through tho enterprise of Ford A Myer, who have re fitted the hotel ar.d increased the boating and bathing facilities, yon surely make a terrible mistake. The hotel will be opened March 15th. Tho new steamer Hermosa starts to run on that date. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. No. I. This Is boyotid quostlou the mos« lUOOMBfQI Cough Medicine wo have ever sold. A few doses invariably cure tho wor6t cases of Cough, Crou.i aud Bror.ch.lts, while its wonder tnl luccess in the cure oi Consumption is with tint a parallel In the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guar antee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a cmigh we earnestly ask you to try It. Price 10 ceuts, 50 cents and *1 00. If your Lungs are sore, Chc-t or Back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Platter. Sold by 0. F. Ueinze msn. Man born of woman is of few days and full of trouble; unless he en get hold of a Grand Re public Cigarro or Bud'o he might as well throw up the spongo. See Our $9.80 All-Wool Suits. We are not running the town, but we art running the Clothing Bu»luofS of this City. E, Adams, 15 3. Spring st. Finest Coffee and Waffles At the Toast Foundry, 12 Norlh Spring street. The Best and Lightest Bread Is made from Crown Flour. SEE tbe fine $10 watch sold by If olllngsworth In clubs at $1 per week iv installments. 30 South tip ing street. Everybody Uses Crown Flour. Samples free at grocers. t>eo. O. Ford aud J. 11. IQycr Have purchased the Catalina Hotel. A Model of Beauty And speed. The new steamer, March 15, to Catallna. $10 CLUB watch sold for $1 per week in in stdllmenta, at Hollingsworth'i, 30 S. Spring st Good Health and Appetite Always follow the continued use of Crown Flour. ______ Then. Rapp, Wood Engraver, No. 10 Court street, room 9. Satisfaction guaranteed, Reasonable prloes. Ten Varieties of Fresh Fish Daily at Catalina Island. Why are the Grand Republic Cigarros like the winning horse? Because they arc built right aud got the right stud' in them.—Old Sport. Decrease Your Doctor's Bills I By using Crown Flonr. MISCELLANEOUS. GRAND SPUING OPENING Monday, Tuesday.Wednesday, fUAHCII 18, 19, 20. THE Largest! Most Elegant Display EVKR EXHIBITED IN THE CITY. Also, good tasie in our cheap goods, at the most reasonable price. MME. DELER, 22 W. FIRST ST., Third Door from Spring Street, m!sl2m LOS ANGELES, CAL. L -A. D I E a ! ~ GRAND OPENING OF Spring and Summer' MILLINERY —AT THIS— " WONDER," TO 8. 01.UN ST. ALL THB LATEST STYLES —IB— RIBBONS AND MILLINERY At Prices Lower Than Ever. m.6 lm THE Medal of Excellence Has recently been awarded to BY THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE, OF NEW YORK. The Judges of Award being DRS.DAVENPORT,WOODWARD and MI LLE B, Threo Prominent Dentists of New York City. Examine its Construction. Ascertain its re sults and you will use no other. A Perfect Polisher. Thorough Cleanser. AT ALL lIKI (KiISTK, Its Economy. Holder (imperishable) 35 cents. Polishers only need be renewed, 18 (boxed) 25 cents. Dealers or mailed. HORSEY ITI'FMJ CO., I lion. N. Y. "NOW OPEN! - LOS ANGELES NATATORIUM. The Swimming Bath. i Fort St., bet. Second ' I \ aud Third sts , adjoin- V Ing the new City Hall. A Q NEW IMPROVE- ' H MENTB. CHANGE IN 1 1/ I MANAGEMENT. I \ UTtS t Water changing con \J>« T »7 Ar star.tly. Ba«ln, 30x84 feet, >»\ Tsjpf beiLg2 feetdeepatone V A L ell<l and 1 " at the other. YKA Water heated by steam. A new super heater Yr/y has been added, where (T by the water will be )Ji kept at au even ter n peiature of 80 degrees, Cr Open daily from 6 I a si. to lo )■. si. Batur -s=r— . days, 10 30 p. St. Bun- a&js, will close at 6 \ 111 I / 1 Prof. Albert Bund- I I I 1 I strome. of New York, ■Tr"Wf—H-ll" is cu S ft ?ed as swim •l ~~- A courte of lessons Only $5. Admission, including 6nits and towels—Adults, 25 cent«: children, 20 cents; except Saturdays snd Sundays, when prices will be; Adults, 35 ceuts; chillren, 25 cents. Spectators free when not crowded. Plain hot and cold baths, in One porcelain lined tubs, 25 cents. _ , , . Saturdar mornings from 8 to 1 o clock, reserved exclusively for ladies. Every Tuesday evening. Ladieß and Gentle men's Night. No gent admitted without a lady. McCALDIN & BETTS, Proprietors and Managers. 124-lm No. 18 8 SPRING Nadeau Hotel niAHSHCTZ, 'The Optician, m 3 12m Manager. These caps can bo found at the following Druggist?: G. E. Fullertoa, C. H. Hance. Thompson & Co.. 11. Germain, E. Williams, Bean A -argent, Wrede m Buebler. Blackmau A Gilford, South Side Pharmacy, 101> S. Main st. Dr. J. M. Harris, Boyle Heights. fl9 12m dAw The Only Kellalilc Optical Institute, 131-133 8. Spring St, L. A. Theater Bldg. TJIK LOB ANGELES OPTICAL INSTITUTE, N. STRASSBURGER, SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN. Tcstingof eyes free. Grinding of lenses toordcr a specialty. No peddlers employed. I use my own name only. Absolute porfect flttiug guar anteed where glasses are required. mIA 12m hTp.ljregory & CO. 11l >• Los Angeles St., Boilers, Engines, Steam Pumps, OTTO GAS I.M.I'M s. —AMD- General Power Machinery. ' Agents for "HINKLE" PATENT PASSENGER j AND FREIGHT ELEVATORS. * Correspondence Solicited. mls 2m BANKING HUIIHES. QALIFORNTA BANK, Cor. Fort »nd Beoond Sts., Los Angelet. Subscribed CspitsJ $500,000 Paid up Capital $300,000 Snrplss *20,000 DIRECTORS'. Heryey Llndley, J. 0. Kays. E. w. Jones, Juan Bernard, J. Frankenflcld. H. G. Newhall President H. C. Witmer Vice-President T. J. WeJdon, Cashier. J. M. Witmer, Assistant Cashier. General Banking and Exchange Business transacted. Jy4 4m fIAKMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK Of LOS AKOELES, CAL. Is ai as W. Hellman President L. C. Goodwin Vice-President Capital (paid up) - - $500,000. Surplus and Reserve Fund 750,000. Total. - - - - $1,250,000. DIRECTORS. O. W. Chiids, C. E. Thorn, Jose Mascarel, I B. Lankersbiuj C. Dacommun, Philippe Gar nier. L. C. Goodwin, L. L. Bradbury, Isaias W. Hellman. STOCKHOLDERS. O. W. ChlMs, L. L. Bradbury, Philippe Gar uier, Ixmem B. Lankershim, T. L. Duque, Jose Matcorel, Chas. Ducommun, Androw Glaaaell, Cameron E. Thorn, Domingo Amestoy, Louis Polaskl, L. C. Goodwin, Prestley C. Baker, L. J. Rose, Frank Lecouvreur, Oliver H Bliss, Sarah J. Lee, Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Henna. Jacob Kuhrts, Isaias W. Hellman. ml gECURITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST 00. 40 S. Main Street. Los Angeles, Oal. Capital, $200,000.00. F. N. Myers, 8. A. Flemino, J. F. Babtobi, President, Vice-President. Cashier. STOCKHOLDERS—Isaias W. Hellman, O W. Chiids, Eugene Germain, 8. A. Fleming F. N. Myers, J. F. Sartori, T. L. Duque. J. A Graves, J. C. Daly, Morris 8. Hellman, Thomas Meredith, Samuel Polaskl, John P. Moran, J. L. Cherry, Nathan Weil, Isidor Polaski, W. M Caswell, R. Y. Mcßride, James H. Shankland John H. Bartle, G. W. Perkins, A. J. Brown. President Fourth National Bank of Grand Rapids, M. B. Shaw. 5 per cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Money loaned on ranches and city property at lowest rates of InteresL Bonds and mortgages bought and sold. Bavlngs deposits solicited. ml7-12m ANGELES COUNTY BANK, Temple Block, Los Angeles, Oal, Capital Stock Paid Up, $100,000. Reserve Fund, $100,000. JOHN X. PLATER President R. 8. BAKER Vice-President GEO. H. STEWART r™hig DIRECTORS: H. L. MacneiL Jotham Bixby, John E. Plater, Robert 8. Baker, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott, Geo. H. Stewart. Buy and Sell Exchange on Ban Fran cisco, New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort Buy Exchange on all parts of the United Stales and Europe. Receive Money on open account and cer tificate of deposit, and do a general banking and exchange bnsineas. JUBBT NATIONAL BANK OF LOB ANOILU CAPITAL STOCK $200,000- RfcdERVE $205,000. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. E. F. SPENCE President J, D. BICKNELL Vice-President J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier G. B. SHAFFER Assistant Cashier. Directors—E. F. Spence, J. D. BickneU, 8. H Mott, Wm. Laoy, J. F. Crank, H. Mabnry J. M. Elliott. ml r£>HE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOo AN GILES No. 119 New High atreet. capitalstock paid dp • - - ■ $100,000 R.M. WIDNEY- " ~ - President GEO. L. ARNOLD • • ■ Cashier GEO. SLNSABAUGH, - • Toller directors: R, M, WiDitXY, Chas. A. Warner. D O. Mi I.TIM DBS C. M. WELLS. 8. W. Little, L. J. P. Mop.eill, D. R. Rislit. Eight per cent, bonds secured by first mort gage on real estate, with Interest payable semi annually, are offered to investors of $250 and upwards. ang9-tf gOUTHEBN CALIFORNIA NATIONALBJINB: NADEAU BLOCK. L. N. BREED President WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Vice-President C. N. FLINT Cashier Paid-in Capital $200,000 Surplus 20,000 Authorized Capital 500,000 Directors-L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell. H. A. Barclay, Charles E. Day, E. 0. Bosbyshell, M. Hagan, Frank Rader. Louis Gottschalk, D. Bemick, Thos. Goss, William F. Bosbyshell. ang24-tl J^OB~AN GELES SAVINGS BANK, 130 NORTH MAIN STREET. CAPITAL $100,000 L. C. GOODWIN President W. M. CASWELL Secbetabt I. W. Hm,tM.is, John E. Flateb, Robebt 8. Bakis, John A. Paxton, L C. Goodwin. Term deposits will be received in sums ot $100 and over. Ordinary deposits in sums of $10 and over. Money to loan on first-class real estate. Los Angeles. July 1. 1884. mltf ANGELES NATIONAL BANE, Cob, Fibst and Spbins Sts. Capital $500,000 00 Subplusand Undivided Pbopits. 50,000 00 Total $550,000 00 GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President. JOHN BP.YSON, 6b Vice-President F, C. HOWES Cashier. DIRECTORS. Db. W. G. Cochran, H. H. Mabxbak Ferby M. Gbben, John Brybon, 3b„ Db, H. Sinsabauqh, F. C. Howks, Georuk H. Bonxbbake. Exchange for sale on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. jyB STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION —or the — LOS ANGELE3 NATIONAL BANK, Of Los Angeles, California, Febbvary 26,1889. RESOURCES. Loam and Discounts $1,049,945 03 Expense Account 3,519 76 Bauklng House and Fixtures .... 178,505 44 CASH ASSETS. Government Bonds 560 200 00 Dne from Banks aud Cash in Safe 945,279 57 $2,737,450 40 LIABILITIES. Capital $ 500,000 00 Surplus 60 000 00 Undivided Profits 22,968 31 National Bank Notes Outstanding 45,000 00 Deposits 2.119.482 09 m! 4 lm $2,737,450 40 A E.C.NIEDT&CO. /j'|v! Manufacturers of and Pure Ground Bone. IF YOU WANT YOUR ' tatiSSHsP Chickens to Lay And be Healthy, feed them Crushed Bone. ■ OFFICE AND WARE ROOMS— S4 |KABT SECOND ST. ABK YOUR GROCER FOB IT. m!7l 3