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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO. IcO.
AMUSEMENTS.
CT H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Mauagiir
Oao week, commencing Monday, April Ist,
America's Greatest Actress,
Hill ELLIS L E X,
Supported by her own powerful company of
artists in Laura Don'sromai: tic comedy-drama.
EGYPT,
and in the latest New York Madison Square
Theater success, Frank Harvey's comedy-drama,
JUDGE NOT.
Repertoire: Moniiay.Tuesdßyand Wednesday,
EGYPT; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sat
urday Matinee. JUDGE NOT.
<TrAND OPERA HOUSE, Los Angeles. '
\X H. C. Wyatt, Lessee aud Manager.
ENTIRE WEEK OF APRIL Bth.
EXTKA ! Till: i n in: tycoon:
Willard Spencer's Popular Comic Op:ra,
THE LITTLE TYCOON!
Ilhrttrated by the original company of fifty
artists, including the well known comedian,
R E. GRAHAM,
and accompanied by its own orchestra,
WILL VISIT
San Bernardino Tuesday, April 2d
Riverside Wednesday, April 3d
San Diego, Thursday and Friday, April 4 and 5
Pisadena Saturday, April 6th
m3l It
LOS ANGELES THEATER.
H. C. Wyatt, Leasee and Manager.
TWO NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
APRIL sth and 6th,
MENDELSSOHN QUINTETTE CLUB
CONC E X T .
ARTISTS —
HERR WILHELM OHLIGER, Solo Violin and
Concert Master:
MR. MANASSA ADLER, Solo Violin;
MR. THOMAS RYAN, Solo Clarinette and Viola;
HERR FRITZ SCHLACHTES, Viola and Viol
incello;
HERR ANTON HEKKING, 8010 Vlolincellolst
to His Majesty the King of Holland; and
MISS ALICE RYAN,
Prima Donna Soprano.
Chsnge of Programme each Performance.
Beats now on sale. m3otd
LOB ANGELES THEATER.
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 4, 1889,
At 2 o'clock,
LECTURE
—BY —
JIBS. JESNEBS !Hll.v.Eli
—ON—
Correct and Artistic Dress.
Tickels, 50cents. s2 3t
tTALIFOHNIA DIME"MUSEUM A THEATER
/ North Main street, near Firßt.
Doyli A Isaacs, Proprietors.
THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT!
EXTRA! ANNOUNCEMEMT ENTRA!
ANOTHER GREAT SHOW.
THE PA REN EE LIS C\ :
: CARNIVAL Of NOVELTIES :
—AND —
EUROPE AN SENSATIONS.
EMBRACING A GALAXY OF CELEBRITIES
In an unequalled programme of Acrobatic
Marvels, Aerial Wonders, Comiques, Vocalists,
Dancers, Mimics, Equilibrist-, Jugglers,
Comedians, Illusionists, etc., etc.
A MONSTER SHOW-ASTONISHING ALL.
Doors open from 10 A. m. to 10 p. m .
Admission, 100. Reserved seats 10c. extra.
yiKNN i BUFFET, cor. Main and Requenasu.
FIRBT-CLARS ENTERTAINMENT AND
CONCERT
EVERY EVENING FREE!
By a Quartette of Celebrated Hungarian Soloists
FIRST CLA3B AUSTRIAN KITCHEN, jagt.f
WANTS. PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vcrtisemeuts under the following heads
Inserted at the rate of 5 cents per Une lor each
Insertion.
PERSOI* Ami .
61Jey~to L<TaTP~c^"~c7hXaT^aX^
UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri
vate entrance. m 23 3m
D~~ rVO-ROK AND CRIMINAL LAW ATsPISC?
alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB, At
torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. m29-tf
CIORDAN BROS., OK 22 S. SPRING faT.,
t are making the cheapest clothes In the city,
In order to make room for their coming spring
and summer goods. m27tf
IF YOU WANT TO BUY RKATTsfATE~AT
bedrock prices, see T. B McDONALD,
rooms 8 and 9 new Wilson building, corner
Spring and First sts. n>26-tf
AVON'S CREATION -LADIES AND GEN
tlemen who wish to assist in tbe proper
rendition of the chorus work of the "Creation
are respectfully invited to attend the rehearsals
of the Philharmonic Society every Friday
evening, held at Gardner's Music Hall on S.
Spring st. A WILLHARTITZ, musical direc
tor. m2B-7t
' BPSCIAL NOTICES.
ixTbargainb iN~Di^lic^'Dir^
and jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17
N. Spring. m 23 3m
RB. JOHNSON—CARD READER. LADIES
only, rear 225 8. Slchel St., B. L. A.
m2l lm*
"Ril DR! FRENCH, THE RENOWNED
fortune teller. This woman tells wonder
ful things; she also brings troubled parties to
gether. Room Fort st. m 29 7*
O SOCIETIES — SOCIETIES DESIRING TO
rent a hall for Lodge purposes, wltb all
conveniences, should apply to A. C. ROQUES,
Secretary Los Angeles Lodge No. 99. B. P. O.
Elks, P. O. box 343. in2o Imp
UOTION-H. H. MATLOCK & SON, AU«
tioneers, will sell to the highest bidder
for cash, at 156 E. Seventh St., on Wednesday,
April 3d, at 3 p.m., the following personal
property, to-witi 50 cords wood, 1 wagon, 2
good horseß and harness, 1 new scale, scretn,
hay, snd the entire offloe, with building, fenc
ing, etc. Bale positive, without reserve. a 2 2t
EuTn E T ICE.
EItBRRToTTMA^^
Imp'd O. R. M., and L. A Castle, No. 7, K.
G.E.,are hereby notlflod to meet at G. A. R.
Hall, No. 25 N. Main St., at 3 p. m to-dsy, to
attend tbe funeral of our late hrother, F. H.
Hitchcock. By order, H. R. LEONARD, Jr.. C.
of R, ar d M. of R. a 2 It
ITIECTINKS.
REGULAR
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
University Bauk of Los Angeles, will be held at
the Dank parlors on Monday. April 1, 1889, at 3
o'clock p. m., for thepurpaseof electing a board
of directors, and the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before the meet
ing GEO. L. ARNOLD, Secretary.
ml 6 16t
FFICE OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Railroad Company, San Francisco, March
18,1889. The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Southern Pi-cifle Railroad Com
pany for tho election of Directors for the ensu
ing year, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be brought before the meeting,
will be held at the office of the Company in tho
city of Sau FranciFco, Blato of California, on
WEDNESDAY, the 10th d*y of April, 1889, at
10 o'clock A. M.
ml 9 23t J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary.
7\FFICE OF THE LOS ANGELES BOARD OF
( ) Trade, i.os Augeles, Cal., March 4th, 1889
Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting
ol the Los Angeles Board of Trade will be held
at Its rooms In the Board of Trade and Produce
Exchange Building, northwest corner First and
Fort streets, iv Los Angel-s city, California,
on Monday; April Bth, 1889 Bald meeting
will be held for the purpose of electing a Board
of Directors for the t nsuing year, and transact
ing such other business as may legally come be
fore the meeting. The polls for the election of
directors wiU be open from 9 a. v. untiloir. m.
SiTssJddate. By order of the Board of Dlreo
"S'b'SS * ,h 0< WARb. aecretarF.
i,«sT and rncffD.
rpHOROOQBLT RELIABLE. TurTr6ITLOA"N
1 OFFICE, 17 N. Malu st. Private entrance.
mZ3 3m
■ osY—TSlTpockktTboo k, coriTAiMniG
I, R. X ticket and papers; no money. leave
at office of Herald and receive reward. A. G.
al-2t*
I - OST—ROSEWOOD CABE O F 81' KG1( I A LTn~.
j strumenis, marked "o, S. A.," on Eleventh
It., between Ifsia and FlKueroa. Return to
Bit. F. tf GRIFFITH. 1100 S. Muln 61. Hi tf
I" «ST-THURsi).IY AFTERNOON. IN FRONT
J of No. 29 Temple Bt., a small, lady's open
face si'ver watch. Will the gentleman with
two children who picked it up ploase return to
A. B. CLAPP, 18 Court st, and receive reward.
a 2 1*
STRAYED OR HTOL EN -DAY M A RF~ 8 M Al,l,
star in forehead; branded O on left shoulder;
left Ivauhoe March 15th. Suitable reward to
finder if returned to BYRAM A POINDEXTER.
19 W First St., Los Angeles. ml 9 lm
WAN TKll-HKI.P,
IF YOU NEED MONEY GO TO UNION LOAN
OFFIUE, 17 N. Spring. Private entrance
m 23 3m
WANTED— IK YOU WANT A COOK OR
help in the kitchen; »l o all kinds of la
bor or mechanics, call at Chief Cooks' head
quarters, 243 i.os Angeles St., Jennctt Block,
GEO. LACOCR. m!4-6m
wanted—itlale help.
aj«ei)-^a~man^ho^nTeiw'FaniTs
milking and making butter. Apply at
Grand Central Hotel. W. H. NIY. a 2 1*
WANIKD —AN ADVERTISING-" MAN "lO
represent a leading New York magazine
on advertisements for Loa Ange es. Must have
unexceptional references. Address, PUB
LISHER, No. 3 Eaßt 14thBt., N. V.City. m3l-7t
WASTBD-t EMAIL^ _ l«^£i?^
PRIVATE ENTRANCE FoiH!alhl£b7uNK>N
LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m
W»r^ : ED-»«EI<IXSt.
ANTV.b—KN it KU tFI IC "
local and general agents throughout Call
fomia-for the Capital Accident Company.
HERBERT C. PARKB, State Manager, cor.
Temple and New High st., Los Angeles.
m 22 lm
wan i'Eii—noushs a"is JUoitSi s7~
alStTeh^Xs^a^
cottage, with garden. Address Hollen
beck Hotel, room 182. m3l 7t*
' WANTEU-.tll HCELLAN feO US.
est place at BURNS'. 411 S. Main st,
WANTKD— A PONyTnOT OVER 18 HANDS
must be thoroughly broke to saddle aud
harness, or will buy a whole rig. Apply to
DR. COWPER, Cal. Stable, 279 N. Main St.,
between hours of 1 and 2 p. H. m22:f
roil HlillT -KOtim
rooms for housekeeping, 14 Clay St., $10 a
month m24-tf
OANTA MONICA-FOKCLEAN,BUNNY FUR-
O nlshed rooms apply to MRS. MARY
BOEHME, Ocean aye., next to "The Lawrence."
mS lm*
MOR RENT —7-ROOM FLAT SKCOND FLOOR;
fj also Glover's Hall, first floor, seat 125 per
sons. 101 N. Fort mi. K. C. GLOVKR. m3O 4*
OR" RENT—IS IriNl'f ROOMS, AT 312~nT
Main 6t., fr ntingon two streets, very cheap;
also 1 store •mil large basement at 314 N, Mmn
st, fronting on two streets. Inquire at 238
Aliso st. m!3tf
tOR HKNI -HOC«IE!».
HOUSE
) on Ann st. Inquire at 117 S. Bunker Hill.
ni3(i 3*
OR RENT— HOUSES AND STORES-ALL
parts city; loug list; can examine free. L.
A. RENTAL AGENCY, 1 N, Fort st.
m2B lm»
IruH RENT—tBUBCHLLANEOUaC
OF CHOICE LAND
near city, with good 8-room house. Forin
iormation inquire of A. L. AUSTIN, 113 W
First st. a 2 5*
TO _ E MIHAN I.E.
change for diamonds aud jewelry. UNION
LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m
BEST SANTA ANa
and San Fernando Valley lands for first
class Eastern city or farm property. Address
owner, room 6. Allen block, Los Augeles.
mlz tf
ANIMfD-STOUKB OF MERCHANDISE OF
any kind iv exchange for good, clear lots
aud acres. Will nay some cash. Communica
tions confidential. Address, G., Box 80, this
office. m 24
O EXCHANGE-FISiS HOUSE ON GOOD
street, for lots or acies. Slight encumbrance.
Aho fine corner; central position. Address
"SWAP," Herald office. m2O-tf
CIALIFORNIA AND~ EASTERN PROPERTY
jto exchange. T. B. McDONALD, rooms 8
u-id 9 new Wilson building, comer Spring and
First sts. m2 ?lL_
OF JEWELRY
for lot worth t-500 to $800. Two piec.ts of
Dako,a Isnd for California property. I owu
many pieces of property, all for trade. Can
assume any amount, ol incumbrance,
al 4t J. C. WILLMON, IWj W. Flrit-st.
t'VU SALE.
UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring.
mJ3 3m
FOR SALE-SAFE, TABLES AND BHELV
ing, cheap, at 108 Commercial St. a 2 5*
OR BALE-THE "wHITBfHOUSi RE ST A U
rant, Redondo Beach. Inquire ou prem
ises. m3l st*
FOR SALE—CHKAPTaIfINE, THOROUGH
bred Jersey cow; registered, inquire at
14>4 w. First st a 2 7*
FOR SALE— FOWLS AND
eggs, of 15 varieties, by A. C. RCBCK
HAUPT, on Stste St.. Brooklyn Heights, P.O.
box 43, Station B; successor to Jas. T. Brown,
18 Georgia St., and W. B. Nesbit Circular
tree. m 3 lm*
OR BALK^Fy" THE EX ECU rORS OF THE
estate of Remi Nadeau, that desirable
property on the southeast corner of Olive
and Fifth sts., froutiug the City Park, having a
frontage of 90 feet on Olive and 165 on Fifth
Also, adjoining the above lot on Filth St.,
67x120 feet. For prices apply to 8. B. CAS
WELL, Executor. m26-lm
88IGNEK T 8 BALK—FOR THE NEXT TEN
(10) days, cash offers in writing will be re
ceived for the 36-room hotel, kuown as the
Ocean House, at Redondo Beach, including
furniture and fixture all complete: a snap bar
gain for cash. Property jnust sell to satisfy
claims of creditors; hotel men will do well to
look this up. S P. MULFORD, assignee, rooms
39 to 45, Temple block, Los Angeles, m 27 7t
run. sale—Property.
' in Sonth Pasadena, 320 feet square; plenty
of trees; water; 2 houses, barn, etc.; good loca
tion for physician or druggist; price cheap and
terms easy. For particulars address J. J.
BUEHLER, 143 E. First St., Los Angeles. a 2 lm
I-lOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN — ONE
' of the prettiest homes on Hill st, near
Fifth; must be sold before Ist of April; sick
ness, requiring higher altitude, canse of sell
ing. Inquire of owner, 342 Hill sc., or room
sPark Place. m 6 lm
*OK SALE-Country Property.
WILL
U" lease 10,000 acres first-class grazing land
for the season for $.iOO. Will carry over 500
cattle. BIMI LAND AND WATER COMPANY,
19 W. First st. m24-lm
rrtHE NEW HALL LAND AND FARMING CO.
J. oil' r for sale
FARMING, FRUIT AND GRAZING LANDS
in lots to suit.
Horses and Mules for all purposes.
Bullions ami Jacks for breeding.
Cattle, hay and grain.
For information terms, etc., apply st or ad
dress the company's offices iv San Francisco—
Newhall— os Angoles. m2l-lm
FOR HALE—^NAPS.
#6 500—127 ft. on Flguoroa St.
*3,f>oo—Lot ou Wall St., near Fourth.
Itil.S^O-Lot on Adams«t., nr. Flgneroa,64xl6s.
$4 250— Lot on Grand aye., near Fourth.
$4 000—100 ft., Burlington aye.. cor. Eighth.
$13,000—Elegant residence. Hill, bet. Ninth
and Tenth; worth $20,000.
W. G. A F. A. BRADSHAW,
m 29 5t No. 34 N. Spring tL
TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 2, 1889.
BUSINESS CHANCKS
shop, slFlT'main
St. m 8 lm*
I~7IOR SALE —HUTCHER SHOP, LEASE, oji
' years. Apply oor. First and Alameda,
m 7-lm*
EST A BUSHEITREa
tanrant In the city; will sell cheap for m>s
Inquire at 137 S. Mafn St. m 29 71
WANTED— A KKLIABLK MAN WIT 11 CAP
ltal for halt-Interest in an established busi
ness, steadily Increasing; good profits. Address
orcsll ou FULLLRTON CANNING CO., Ful'er
ton, Cal. a 2 7t
ViiVANCIAI..
cmEYT!oTNED~bTr^^^
oughly reliable. UNION LOAN OFFICE,
17 N Bprlng Private entranoe. m 23 3m
ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO BUIT."fTcT
ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring, m2tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY SiJm7~CORKKR
& LAYNG, 16 8. Spring St. m3l lm
ONEY TO TO SUIT. L.
SCHMIDT, No. 16 s. Spring st mHOlrn
Fn any sums to suit!
J. M. FORNEY, 18 8 Fort st. s2 lm*
ONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP
erty. POMEROY & GATES, 16 Court Bt.
ml6tf
fiL» {twins'l TO LEND IN BUMS TO SUIT.
€)OO.OUU R. W. POINDEXTER. 19 W.
First m 27 lm
ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78
Temple block. m 22tf
MOtiaYTo TOAN-IN BUMB TO SUIT, ON
gilt edved security. W. 8. WATERS,
room 2,117 New High st. mlOtf_
COI.LATKRAL TO LOAN MONKY ON.
UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri
vate entrance. m 23 3m
ffiTVlfk AAA TO LOAN — A J. VIELE,
room 1, Wilson block, cor.
First and Spring m3otf
ffi 1 AAA AAATO LOAN ON~REAL E9
-»%I>vUU»UUU tate. SECURITY SAVINGS
BANK, 40 8. Main st. m! 7 tf
ONEY TO LOAN —ON FIRBT - CLASS
mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER,
Room 9, Baker Block, Los Angeles. m9tf
(COLLATERAL LOANS MADE AND NOTES
j discounted. UNION LOAN AND TRUST
CO., room 32, Bryson-Bonebrake building, mBtf
OA A WILL BUY A HOUSE OF SIX
•OUU rooms, bath, cement sidewalk; near
Tenth and Pearl. J X HOW, 9N. Main. m2l:tf
ONEY TO LOAN ON PIANOS AND
orgsns without removal, collateral and
personal property of all kinds. Address P. O.
box 156, city. m24-lm*
(CALIFORNIA LOAN AND ~T iTuBT'~C(37,
j rooms 9 and 10, Phillips block, buy «n
-proved notes, mortgogen and deal in real estate
loans aHd commercial paper. mSrf
eTflfl TO $50,000 TO LOAN AT P.KABONA
<?I<:»U ble rates. LOB ANGELES REAL ES
TATR AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C.
FLOURNOY, Secretary, 1 N. Fort st. mC lm
/CRAWFORD A McCKEERY, ROOM 10, OVER
IjLos Angeles National Bank. Loan $50 to
$50,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy
notes, mortgages and contracts. m2otf
O~LOAIT—ANY AMOUNT FROM $25 TO
$1000 on all classes of good security; also
money loaned on personal property. E. L.
BUCK, rooms 31 and 32, New Wilson block.
ml9tt
ONEYTOLOAN—SAVE RENT, JOIN THE
Home Bnildiug Association. Build your
self a home end pay for it ou tho installment
plan. For Information apply to M. C. WEST
BROOK, Secretory, room 87, Phillips block,
Spring at. felo sra
KIIUtIATIOIUL,
ARVARI) COlT
ner Sixth and Hill sts., opposite postoffice.
mSI-tf
SUIE LOS ANGELfB CONSERVATORY OF
1 Music, No. 406 8. Main Bt. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, President
ST. MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO, CAL
A Church School for boys; 23rd year. REV.
ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A„ Principal.
flOtf
HJHT SCHOOL— Lo¥ ANGELES BUSINESS
Colleire ae.d English Training Bcbot-l. 38
40 and 42 S. Main it, near Second. D. B. WIL
LIAMS. Prin. mlStf
JOB ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
J English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 3.
Main st., near Socond. Experienced teachers;
complete courses of study. Day and evoning
sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. ] 30t
QT. HILDA'S HALL OF GLENDALE — A
f*> Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Glen
dale. Accommodates 100 pupils. Full corps of
teachers. For circulars apply at school, or
city office, 75 North Spring street.
REV. THOB. W. HABKINB, Acting Rector.
m27-tf
WOODBURY'S ltCr-INEHS COLLEGE ~~
—AND —
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 Sonth Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal
SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING.
For particulars, call at office or address.
«20-ly F.C.WOODBURY. Pr-incipal.
EXCURSIONS.
o'~verLant) lkavis Los
Angeles every Wednesday; Pullman
tourist cars, fully equipped, to Omaha and
Kansas City. Call or address JOHN CLARK,
51 N. Spring at. m2B lm
IjIXCCJBBIOKS — KABT AND WE3i\ BEMI
XU montlily. 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
ENVER AND RIO GRANDK~AND ROCK
Island route excursions will leave Los
Angeles every Tuesday. Pullman tourist cars
elegantly equipped. Call on or addres, F. W.
THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring St. m3-tf
FIRST TRANSCONTINENTAL EXCURSION,
under auspices Y. M. C. A., personally con
ducted by General Secretary, leaves Los Auge
les April 22d; Wabash route tourist excursions
leave weekly; everything furnished. Call or
address J. A. GRANGER, 17 N. Spring st.
m26-lm
GARB TO CHI-
I cago. Only one change to Boston. Con
ductors and porters accompany all parties.
Leave Los Angeles March 13th and 27th.
April lOtli and 24th, May Bth and 22nd,
A. PHILLIPS A CO., 44 N. Spring at,, Loe An
geles, Cal. m27-tf
ALTE RB r SE LEOTK X 0 U RSI 6NB TO ALL
points East. Through Pullman tourist
cam to Boston via Chicago, Our next parties
leave Los Angeles April 3d aud 17th, May Ist
15th and 29th. For tickets, berths, and further
information, address L. M. WALTERS, 19 N.
Spring St., or 51 N. Spring st., Los Angeles.
m 25
T/XOUBBIONB~TO ALL
points East, via Salt
Lake City and Denver,
(spending Sunday in Salt
LakeCity,)leave April 11th,
25th, May 9tb, 23d. Pull
man tourist cars completely
equipped. Call upon or ad
dress J. B. Quigley, agent,
112 NorthBprirjg street. mlO-tf
QOUTHEKN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH
kj excursions to New York, Boston and Phila
delphia. Pullman'snew tourist cars with ladies
dressing room and lavatory; suives 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; B. P. Co.'s party
managers go through to New Orleans, thence
to Boston and Philadelphia. But on* change of
can (in Union Depot) at Clßicnnatl. The
Sunset snd Queen and Crescent Route through
the rich and historic South, Meridian, Blr
miugham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, etc.
Quick time, direct connections. Excursions
leave Los Angeles March 28th: April 11th;May
2d, 16th and 30th; June 13th and 27th; Jnly
11th, 1889. For further particulars call ou
or write any of the agencieß of the SOUTHERN
PACIFIC COMPANY in Southern California,
orC. F.BMURR, Assistant General Passenger
Agent southern Paciflo Company, No. 202 N.
Main at . I.QR Angeles, rial. ml 3 5m
ATTORNEYS.
Cj COUNBKL
or at-Law. Office, over Los Angeles Na
tional Bank, cor. First snd Spring sts. mll tf
WALTER ROBE, ATTORNEY, ROOM 6 AL-
Us block, oor. Spring and Temple ■ts.ml4.tf
B. 8
, snd 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New
High and Temple sts. ml7tf
PHYSICIANS.
DR. CUAB. DE
residence, 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1,056. tf
El A. DE CAILHOL, M. D.-AT HIS BANT
JPj, tarinm, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone
° 6 *" a 1-tf
Office 25 North Main bt. Office Honrs, 9a.
M,to4r. m. sltf-dAw
DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN bTs"
J i erfl m Hos " it,il:7^N - M «inßt., rooms 1,2
and 3. Telephone 116. m 27 tf
A 6 langxey7~elh.otrio physician!
. oor. Second and Los Angeles sts. Electrical
treatment, bathß aud massage, m3O lm
D«i U. K. OLAciuiTHAS KKMOVKD HIB
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 8 Spring st.
Hours from 11 a. v. to 2p. m. Specialty-Sex
ual and skin dieoitoi, chronic diseases in gen
or*' l m34tf_
DB-.W.W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUK
-Ist, 107 8 Spring st., Hollenbeok block, Los
Angeieo. Office hours, tf a, k. to 12 v. and 2to
m24tf
MRS. DR. J. M. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS.
C. E. BOURCEY) Infirmary aud Lying-in
Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladles cared for
during confinement. Midwifery a specialty.
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Sstrgeon to the Now York Hospital. Bur-
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iseases of the nose, throat and cheat. 75 N.
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TEACHERS ASSEMBLED.
The County Institute Meets
in Annual Session.
REUNION IN THE EVENIKG.
The Exercises at Tumverein Hall
Yesterday—A Very Large
Attendance.
The Teachers' County Institute com
menced its annual session at Turnverein
Hall yesterday afternoon, when 427
teachers assembled. Outside of San
Francisco, no other county in the State
makes so good a showing of teachers as
does Loa Angeles, and when they assem
bled they made a most intellectual ap
pearance.
Superintendent W. W. Saaman opened
the session with a brief address. He
spoke of the growth of our county, tnd to
illustrate, presented the following statis
tics: In 1885 there were eighty-five dis
tricts in the county, from which 209
teachers attended the annual Institute;
in 1886 the numbers were eighty-six dis
tricts and 22S teachers; in 1887 there
were 100 districts and 260 teachers at the
Institute. The year 1888 Bhowed 116 dis
tricts and 320 teachers, with an increase
to 129 districts to-day, and 421 teachers in
attendance at this institute. The num
bers shown by census enrollment and
daily attendance for the corresponding
year are as follows:
Census. Attend.
1885 15,218 6,703
1886 ; 15,615 7,613
1887 19,380 8,54.1
1888 27,250 11,709
"These statistics show a gradual
growth in the numbers of school dis
tricts, in the number of census children
and in the average daily attendance, un
til we reach the year 1888. Tbo increase
during that year is probably without a
parallel in the history of schools in any
State or country."
Few districts are not provided with
ample school facilities. Trained and
experienced teachers have been attracted
to this advancing region, with a conse
quent improvement of schools. In the
smaller schools, however, the work is
far from satisfactory. For these it seeme
that a special course of study should be
provided. Some text-books were
changed last June, the State series being
introduced. In the adoption of Prang's
System of Drawing it is feit that a step
forward was taken. Not much has yet
been accomplished, because teachers are
not prepared to teach this subject. Teach
ers must study the subject for them
selves. Vocal music and the effects of
alcohol and narcotics are not receiving
proper attention. Both are required by
State law.
The subject of Civil Government,
added to the list of studies by the Legis
lature of 1889, marks an important step
toward the understanding of the princi
ples of free government and toward its
perpetuation. Attention was called to
recent changes in the school law. A
Normal school course is requisite for the
teaching of beginners in a school of
more than two teachers.
Library money may now be expended
for books of supplementary reading.
County boards are required to adopt
lists of school apparatus, and from this
list the schools must purchase. County
boards are also empowered, upon suffi
cient cause, to suspend certificates
granted by them.
In conclusion, the speaker said: "Our
schools rank high—let us strive to make
them rank higher."
The Committee on Organization re
ported the following permanent officers,
who were, upon motion, elected: Presi
dent, W. W. Seaman; Vice-Presidents, T.
A. Saxon, President of County Board of
Education; E. T. Pierce, Principal of
Chico Normal School; Prof. J. N. Kerens;
A. E. Pomeroy, President City Board of
Education; W. M. Friesner, City Super
intendent, and ex-Superintendent J. W.
Hinton, W. M. McFadden, Hon. John R.
Brierly. Secretary, F. H. Clark. Assis
tant Secretary, C. E. Jones.
F. A. Saxon, President of the County
Board of Education, in the name of the
people of the county, bade the assembled
teachers a hearty welcome at their nine
teenth annual session. Mr. Saxon spoke
of the county, but lamented that it had
gone so far that the beautiful southern
portion seems about to separate itself
from the harmonious circle. A brief
sketch was given of the early history of
teachers' institutes in this county. The
gentleman's address was brilliantly de
livered and closely listened to.
The remainder of the afternoon was
devoted to exercises conducted by
members of the State Teachers' Read
ing Circle. An account of the organ
ization was given by F. H. Clark,
followed by reports from the representa
tives of local circles. An abstract of
Payne's "Lectures on Education" was
read by Dr. A. W. Plummer, who clearly
set forth the leading ideas of the book
studied. "The problem is how to get
pupil to learn. The teacher may know
the subject withont knowing the best
means of making his pupils know it.
which is the assumed end of all his
teaching. He may be an adept in his
subject, but a novice in the art of teach
ing it —an art which has principles, laws
and processes peculiar to itsell. Nature
gives a system, working harmoniously.
The child is the pupil, and Nature the
educator. By the observation of Nature's
methods, a correct notion of what is
meant by education is gained. Art is
Nature, with the addition of man. Art
is man's work added to Nature's work.
The art of teaching is the application by
the teacher of laws of science which he
himself has discovered by investigating
Nature.
Mrs. Mary L. Chapman read an inter
esting paper on the "Lady of the Lake,"
and the afternoon closed with an essay
on the lesson of Homer by M. C. Bettin
ger.
Evening Exercises.
In the evening the teachers assembled
again at Tumverein Hall to hold an an
nual reunion and a very pleasant even
ing waa spent by them. For this occa
\
FIVE CENTS.
sion a very handsome programme had
been printed on satin. It read as fol
lows:
"THE PEDAGOGUE 13 ABROAD IN THE
LAND "
The city teachers to their friends and
co workers.
GREETING.
L Mnsic-apring Bong Mendelttah*
Hlgn School Orchestra.
Misses Grace Hubbard, Mabel Otis, Mabel
Brousseau; Messrs. Norman Martin, Frad
Martin, Charles Pemberton.
r J? v .? ca f io . n Rev. M. M. Bovard
S. \. M. C. A. Quartette—"Lowly at Thy Feet
Oh Savior."
Messrs. F. E. Nay, F. Seigler, G. Bradbeer,
J. Lowe.
4. Vocal Solo-"Heaven Hath Shed a Tear.". .
Fr. Kucken
Miss Leila Breed.
5. Address of Welcome Hon. H. T. Hasard
Mayor of Los Angeles
6. Response Prof. M. Manley,
Of Sauta Ana.
7. Music—Selection from Traviata Vfr<K
High School Orchestra.
8. Vocal 8010-"Life" Jllamenthat.
Mr. James A. Foshay.
9. Address .Prof. Ira More
Principal Normal Son 01.
10. YM.C. A. Quartette.. "The Young Lover."
11. Address Hon. Ira G. Holts
State Superintendent.
12. Vocal Solo—"Serenata" Moizkoutki
Miss Leila Breed.
13. Recitation—"The Chariot Race"
From Ben liar
Henry Ludham, B. E.
14. Muiic—Selection from GirofleQirojta
Leeoet
High School Orchestra.
Orand March—Refreshmeuts—Tableaux.
A large committee of teachers in the
schools of this city waited upon their
guests and made matters pleasant for
them, so pleasant that it was not until
midnight that the reunion broke up.
A full list of the teachers in attendance
at the Institute will be given to-morrow.
THE INSANE ASYLUM.
Its Possible Advantage to a lo
cality.
The Commissioners who have in hand
the matter of the location of the Insane
Asylum will get into the city to-morrow.
The question of where this institution
shall be placed does not appear to have
excited much discussion. It is evident
that the possible advantages to any
locality which will grow out of the plac
ing of the asylum there are not
generally understood. The building
which will be erected will cost
about $350,000 and will afford employ
ment, while it is in course of erection, to
a large number of men. The annual
expenses of the institution will be over
$100,000, which sum will be spent for the
most part in the immediate neighbor
hood. The grounds, comprising about
100 acres, will be handsomely improved,
and the institution will attract a large
number of visitors. There will be up
ward of 100 attendants in the establish
ment who wiil contribute not a little to
the business done in the community.
It is proposed to pick out some good
site, conveniently located, with plenty of
water, and it is hinted that it is the dis
position of several members of the com
mittee to place it in San Bernardino
county. Several owners of real estate
have come forward and made liberal
oilers of land. All proposals are to be
sent to M. S. Saverance, Adams street,
in this city.
Asleep on the Hnlls.
By a mere accident a tragedy was
averted on San Fernando street, on Sun
day night. Just before the fishtrain
from San Pedro pulled in a switchman
went up the tracks to fix the switch, and
happening to glance ahead he discovered
in the darkness a black object lying
across the rails. He went up to it to see
what it was and discovered a young
woman stretched completely across the
metals, evidently in a drunken stupor.
He endeavored to awaken her, but she
simply muttered, "Let me alone," so he
forcibly dragged her onto the roadside,
not a moment too soon, for within a
minute the expected train came whirling
along.
"The Little Tycoon."
The much written about comic opera,
The Little Tycoon, comes to the Grand
Opera House next Monday evening. The
company comes entire, with all its own
scenery and orchestra of eight pieces,
which will be augmented by the home
orchestra, and they bring the most cor
dial endorsement of the Eastern and San
Francisco public. Much of the music in
The Little Tycoon is familiar, because it
has been popular outside of its place in
the opera. It is said to be a bright,
tuneful and picturesque work. The com
pany includes the popular comedian, K.
E. Graham, who will be seen in his
original part of "General Knicker
bocker."
Home Again.
Mr. C. D. Baker, of the firm of Conley,
Baker & Co., controllers of the Hollen
beck Hotel, returned yesterday from
Arizona, where he has been spending
the last few weeks for the benefit of his
health, as a guest of Mr. H. C. Hooker,
he says tbat he has passed a delightful
time on that gentleman's ranch, which
is situated about ten miles from Fort
Grant, Arizona. He certainly looks aa
though he had, for he is as bronzed and
hearty-looking as an old frontiersman.
fllr. Baldwin's movements.
Mr. E. J. Baldwin will leave for the
East about May Ist next, as he has a
number of his horses entered for the
meeting at Kentucky, on May 9th. The
report which appeared in yesterday's
Herald of his retiring from the turf at
the end of the present season was cor
roborated during the day by those in the
city who are acquainted with his busi
ness.
A (.nod showing.
The oranges are moving out very
rapidly, and the railroad records of both
the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific
showed that up to noon yesterday 1,100
carloads have this season been shipped
out of Southern California. The growers
and commission men estimate that more
than one-half of the crop is still on the
trees.
An Important CUansre.
By a card in the Herald to day it ap
pears that the firm of Byram A Poindex
ter has been dissolved. Mr. Byram ia
hereafter agent for the Porter Land and
Water Company, while Mr. Poindexter
will attend to the interests of the Simi
Ranch lands.
At His Old Tricks.
George Rice has purchased the Rural
Califomian, and will hereafter devote
himself to its interest in his old time
energetic way. George has the cacoethet
tcribendi and cannot keep out of jour
nal iam.

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