Newspaper Page Text
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXII.—NO. 3, AM DHEMKNTS. OPERA HOUSE. AX H. 0. Wyatt, Lessea and Manager . Oae week, commencing Monday, April Ist, America's Greatest Actress, El' PIE i: I I, s i. t: r, • Supported by her own powerful company of artists in LauraDon'sromantlccomedy-drama, EGYPT, and in the latest New York Madlaon Square Theater success, Frank Harvey's comedy-drama, JUDGE NOT. Repertoire: Monday.Tuesdßy and Wednesday, EGYPT; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sit urday Matinee. JUDGE NOT. /J.RAND OPERA UOUsiT vl H. 0. Wyatt,Lessee and Manager. ALL THE WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL 8, The most popular Comic Opera of the present day, WILLA RD SPENSER'S PERPETUAL SUCCESS, THE LITTLE TYCOON, Superbly rendered by a grand COMPANY OF 50 ARTISTS, Including the well-knowu Comedian, R. E. GRAHAM. RICH AND ELEGANT COSTUMES! PICTURE>OUE -CENERYI BEAUTIFUL ELECTRICAL EFFECTS! AUGMENTED CHORUS! INCREASED ORCHESTRA OF 20 PIECES! a3td LOS ANGE. E8 THEATER. H. C. W yatt. Lessee aud Manager. TWO NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE, APRIL sth and 6th, MENDELSSOHN dI'INTETTE CLUB OOHOIBTi ARTISTS HERB WILIIELM OHLIGER, Solo Violin and Concert Master: MR. MANASSA ADLEB, Solo Violin; MR. THOMAS RYAN, Solo Olarinette and Viola; HEkR FRITZ SCHLACHTEK, Viola and Viol in cello; HERR ANTON HEKKING, 8010 Vlollncelloist to His Majesty the King of Holland; and MISS ALICE RYAN, Prima Donna Soprano. Change of Programme each Performance. Seats now on sale. m3otd (CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM dk THEATER j North Main street, near First. Doylx & Isaacs, Proprietors. THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT! EXTBA! ANNOUNCEMKMT ENTBA! ANOTHER GREAT SHOW. THE PA REN EL LIS CARNIVAL Of NOVELTIES : EUROPEAN SENSATIONS. EMBBACING A GALAXY OF CELEBRITIES In an unequalled programme of Acrobatic Marvels, Aerial Wonders, Comiques, Vocalists, Dancers, Mimics, Equilibiists, Jugglers, Comedians, Illusionists, etc., etc. A MONSTER SHOW-ASTONISHING ALL. Doors open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Admission, 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra. BUFFET, cor. Main and Bequenasts. FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND UOKCItT • EVEBY EVENING FREE! By a Quartette of Coiebrated Hungarian Soloists FIRST CLASS AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. ja2tf WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD vertlsementa under the following heads Inserted at the rate of 5 cents per Une lor each Insertion. MEETINGS. "OF~~THK SOUTHERN PACIFIC \J Railroad Company San Francisco, March 18.1889. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Southern Pacific Railroad Com- J any for the election of Directors for the ensu ng year, and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the meeting, will be held at ihe office of the Company In the city of Han Francisco, State of California, on WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of April, 1889, at 10 o'clock A. M. ml 9 23t J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. 7AFFICE OF THE LOS ANGELES BOARD OF U Trade, Los Angeles, Cal., March 4th, 1889. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Los Angeles Board of Trade will be held at its rooms in the Board of Trade and Produce Exchange Building, northwest corner Fiist and Fort streets, in Los »ngeles 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 Buch other business as may legally come be fore the meeting. The polls tor 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 4ih dey of March, 1889. m 5-35t T. H. WARD, Secretary. PERSONAL* N OQLLATKRAL UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri vate entrance. m 23 3m DIVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A BPBCl alty. Advice free. W. W. HOI.COMB, At torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. m29-tf /IOBDAN BROS., OF 22 8. SPRING ST., AI are making the cheapest clothes in the city. In order to make room for their coming spring and summer goods. m27tf M" bT dr] French] the "renowned fortnne teller. This woman tells wonder ful things; she alto brings troubled parties to gether. Room 19,139 E. First St. a 5 7* TF YOU WANT TO BUY REAL ESTATE AT JL bedrock prices, see I. B. McDONALD, rooms 8 and 9 new Wilson building, corn er Spring and First sts. m26-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. and jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m BsT JOHNSON"— CARD READER. LADIES only, rear 225 8. Bichel St., E. L. A. m2l lm* T _ O SOCIETIES — SOCIETIES DESIRING TO rent a hall for Lodge purposes, with ail couvenlences, should apply to A. C. RCQUES, Secretary Lob Angeles Lodge No. 99, B. P. O. Elks, P. O. box 343. m2O lmo lost anip rousii. THOROUGHLY RELIABLE. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Main st. Private entrance. m 23 3m OST—FROMIIAFAYETTEIBTToN BATUR day evening, March 30,1889, a small bay mare, several brands, mat.c cropped. Please deliver to owners, ODKMAR BROS., Lafayette St., »et. Fifth and Sixth, and receive reward. »3 2* • STRAYED OR STOLEN —BAY MARE, SMALL star In forehead; branded Oon left shoulder; left Ivanhoe March 15th. Suitable reward to Under if returned to BYRAM A POINDEXTER, 19 W. First St.. Los Angelcß. m! 9 lm WANTED SITUATIONS—MALE. situation to take care of horses In a pri vate family; city reference. Address, H. Box 50, this office. t4 2t WANTED —AN AUSTRALIAN WITH 25 years' commercial experience, wants situ ation as manager, clerk or salesman. Address 80, this office. A3 3* WANTED— SIT"ATION TO DRIVE A LIGHT delivery wagon for some business honse: well acquainted in tho city: relerences. Ad dress J H., box 160, Herald. a 5 2* WANTED SITUATIONS-FEMALE. WANTED— A by a young lady graduate of the Oberlin Business College; good reference!. Addreis X., box 80, this office. aS 7* WANTED—HELP. If OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Private entrance. m 23 3m WANTED— IF A COOE OB help in the kitchen; also all kinds of la bor or mechanics, call at Chief Cooks' head quarters, 243 Los Angeles St., Jennett Block, GEO. LACOUR. ml 4 6m WANTED- VI ACS-; HELP. WANTKD-OOOl), SI RUNG BOY. ONE Liv ing with i- •r< 11:- preferred: must come well recommended. Parisian cloak AND SUIT CO. aS It ANTED~— AN ADvTrtlbTnG MAN '10 represent a leading New York magazine on advertisements for Los Ange es. Must hsve unexceptional references. Address, PUB LISHER, No. !t East 14th St., N. Y.Clty. m3l-7t W ANTEJU— * X MLA iTS R KLP. RTVATE ENT R A N':iTi^ LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m WANTtCD— A GOOD 01KL FOR GENKKAL housework; aUo nnm to take charge of 2 children. Apply 134 F gneroa st. s5 It w anted—auents. WAST.-:D-E.-iHKIiKIIO MKN TO AO I' AS local aud gem ml agents throughout Call fornia for the Capital Accident Company. HERBERT 0. PARKS, State Manager, cor. Tcmplo and New High sts., Los Angeles. m 22 lm ij»7X t O MSO A MONTH CAN BE MAdT »P I *J working lor us. Agents preferred who can furnish a horse and give tl eir whole time to the business. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cities. B. W. JOHN 10N A CO., l,00f» Mainst, Richmond, Va. N. B —Ladies employed also. Nevor mind rbout tending stamp for reply. 0. mo quick. Yours for biz, B. F. J. <d Co. W A SITE I)-Hl>imi7!l AftD ROUMS. WANTED— A SMAxXTnICkTy XI RN [SHED cottage, with garden. Address HoUen beck Hotel, room 182. rr-31 7t* WANXE D— MI SC Elili ANKO VS. WANTED- 100 CANARY BIRDS _ Spring. A3 7* WAN I ED-PICTURE.-T FRAME. CHEAP" est place at 808M 1 . 411 8. Main st, WANTED—1 0 LKASK—TEN oil MORE ceres of land suitable for a chicken ranch. Address at once, with full particulars, T. «., liox 100. this office. ft 4 2t WANTED— A PONY. NOT OVER 13 HANDS must be thoroughly broke to saddle aud harness, or wi.l buy a whole rig. Apply to DR. COWPER, Cal. Stable, 279 N. Main ft., between hours of 1 and 2 p. M. m22tf •TOR RBNT-BOOna. IJIOR RENT — THREE 1 rooms for housekeeping, 14 Clay st., $10 a month m24-tf OR""BENT—IS FINE' BOOMS, AT'l(l2 N. Main St., fronting on two streets, very cheap; ulso 1 store and large basement at 314 N. Main i-t, fronting on two streets. Inquire at 23S Alisost. ml3tl I'OK KENT — HOUSES. c!Tre¥F-'h 0 parts city; long lit: can examine free. L. A. RENTAL AGENCY, IN. Fort st. m2B lm* OB RENT — LODSINa-HOUsi OF 12 rooms In heart of city, bet. First and Second on Los Angeles st. Call or address Ventura Stables, 25 S. Los Angeles St. A3 7t t'OH KENT—MISCELLANEOUS. I'^KTB^ENT— 12 1 near city, with good 8-room hou»e. For in formation inquire of A. L. AUSTIN, 113 W First St. afl 5* l »H SAEE. BARGAINS IN UNREDEEMED UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m OR Sill F.--lAFK, TABLES AND SHELV iug, cheap, at 108 Commercial It. a 2 5* J" 10 R SALE- CHEAP. A FINE, THOROUGH -1 bred Jersey cow; registered. luquire at 14}* W. First st. a 2 7» - riOB! ~BALE—FAIiILY - H0 RBE, PHAKTOS JD and harneis, at Alien & Phelps' Stable', 8. bp.ln* st.. from 1 to 3 p. M. «3 4* OR SALE—OR EXCHANGE FOR TOWN lot, a good, gentle horse, and buggy, nearly new; also ceunty agency for patent buggy, something new. Address A, C, box 100, Hkr ald office. A3 7* OR BALE—A PHOTOGRAPHIC OUT •'IT. Blair English compact cameta with Kit's extra holders; Burnisher Printing outfit; Praznvowski lens. Almost new. Reasonable price. 20 8. Main St. a4-3t FOR SALE—NEW~~2-SI ORY HOUSE OF 7 ro ms, with bath, gas, and all modern im provements; lot covered with bearing fruit trees; worth $4,500; will sell for $3 500; small payment down, balance on time at 7 per cent, interest. ODEA & STILBON, 105 W. Second It. «5 7t f~loßliA LE— BY THE EXEOuToIIFoF THE estate of Remi Nadeau, that desirable property on tho southeast corner ef Olivo and Fifth sts., fronting the City Park, having a frontage of 90 feet on Olive aud 165 on Filth Also, adjoining the above lot on Flith St., 67x120 feet. For prices apply to 8. B. CAS WELL, Executor. m2B-ltu FOB BAEE-Clly Property FINEST BLOCKS 1 In South Pasadena, 320 feet square; plenty of tn'es; water; 2 houses, barn, otc ; good loca tion for physician or druggist; price cheap and terms eafty. For particulars address J. J. BUEHLER, 143 E. First St., Los Angeles. a 2 lm FORBALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN — ONE of tho prettiest homes on Hill St., new Fifth; must bo sold before Ist of April; sick ness, requiring hioher altitude, cause of sell ing. Inquire of owner, 342 Hill St., or room 5 Park Place. m6-lm lOK BALE— Country Property. G^VRA^INfr TANITs~~fO LKASE—WE WILL T lease 10 000 acres first-class grazing land for the season for $500. Will carry over 500 cattle. BIMI LAND AND WATER COMPANY, 19 W. First st. m24-lm TO EXCHANGE. change for diamonds aud jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring, m 23 3m T""0^ EXCHANGE—THE BEST SANTA ANA and San Fernando Valley lauds for first class Eas'.ern city or farm property. Address owner, room 6. Allen block. Lot Angeles. miatl ANTED—STOCKS OF MERCHANDISE OF any kind In exchange for good, clear lots and acres. Will pay some cash. Communica tions confidential. Address, G., Box 80, this office. m 24 I'O EXORANGE—FINE HOUBE ON GOOD street, for lots or acres. Slight encumbrance. Also fine corner; central position. Address "SWAP," Hkbai,d office. m26-tf O EXCHANGE—FOB RESIDENCE OF 7 TO 12 rooms, flje fruit and eucalyptus acreage near city limits, or extra choice city lots, a de sirable trade will be offered. Address 24 Ber nard at. *51» ALIFORNIA AN~D EASTERN PROPERTY to exchange. T. B. MCDONALD, rooms 8 and 9 new Wilson building, corner Spring and First Bta. m22tf BUSINESS UHANOKB st. m 8 lm* OR SALE—BUTCHER SHOP, LEASE, 6% years. Apply cor. First and Alameda, m 7-lm* obTsale—A BARBER SHOP IN SAN BEE nardino, doing good business; proprietor going away. For particnlars inquire No. 6 Allso St., Lo» Angeles. «5 7* W" RELIABLE MAN WITH <)AP ltal for hall-interest In an established busi ness.steadilylucreasing; good profits. Address or call on FULLERTON CANNING CO., Fuller ton, Cal. a27t HUMtOPATHIsTS. BE8I !i. dence, 24 8. Spring «t. Hours 1 to 4 r. v. Telephone 353. ml* RbTbEACH & BOYNTON. OFFICE, 87 N. Spring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Office houra, 8 to 12 M., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 P. M. Dr. Boynton's residence, 735 Olive st- mlOtf TBAAcIfEUA)WB, «a. D.-HOMSOP ATHIBT 1 Offlco Hours—ll to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 r m., Offloe—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' BnlldJng, Los Angele*. CaL Resideace 408 So«th Main street. m SB. SALISBURY." M. D.. HOMtE P ATHIdT. . Office, rooms 11 and 12. Bryson blook. cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pearl st. Office hours, 11 A. M. to 3p. K. Telephone Noe.; Office 537: residence 577. mJ4tf FKIDAY MORNING. APRIL 5, 1889. ITNANOIAE. oughly reliable. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N Spring Private entrance. m 23 3m MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. TfTo. ANDERSON, 28 K. Spring. m2tf ONEY TO LOAN IN ANY SUM CORKER A LAYNG, Hi .4. Spring st. m.)l lm M ""ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L. SCHMIDT, No. 16 S. Spring »t. m3O lm ONKY TO LOAN IN ANY SUMS TO SUIT. J. M. FORNEY, 18 S Fortst. a 2 lm* ONEY - TO LOAN ON IMPROViD PROP erty. POMEBOY & GATES, 16 Court st mietf 'DIA A STIDSOM HAVE MONEY TO LQAV at 8 per cent. Interest. 105 W. Second st. *5 7t Of K/V7 UU\ TO LBN D IN SUMS TO BUIT\ JISOU.UUU B. W. POINDEXTER. 19 W. First m 27 lm M ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER & HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78 Temple block. m 22tf TO^LOAN—IN SUMB TO BUIf,"ON gilt edced security. W. 8. WATERS, room 2, 117 New nigh st. mlOtf _ COLLATERAL TO LOAN MONEY ON. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Prl vate entrance. m 23 3m L< 1 JWUI TO LOAN — A J. VIELE, J!f>IIMM)UU room 1, Wilson block, cor. First and Spring m3otf <01 An/TfiAiVrO' LOAN ON REAL KB fMj'MMJAJt'U tHto. SECURITY SAVINGS BANK. 40 S. Main st ml 7 tf MONEY TO LOAN -ON FIRST-CLASS mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER, Room 9. Baker Block, Los Angeles. m9tf LOANS MADE AND NOTES discounted. UNION LOAN AND TRUST CO., room 32, Brysou-Bonebrake building. mBtf «Tn A HOUSE OF SIX vI.OUI/ rooms, bath.cementsldewalk; near Tenth and Pearl. J. K. HOW, 9 N. Main. m2l:tf ONEY TO LOAN ON PIANOB AND orgsns without removal, collateral and norsonal property of all kinds. Address P. O. box 150, city. m24-lm* /CALIFORNIA LOAN AND TRUST CO., \j rooms 9 and 10, Phillips block, buy ap proved notes, mortgages and deal In real estate loans and commercial paper. mStf ttlfifl TO $50,000 TO LOAN AT REASONA 9iyiy> ble rates. LOS ANGELES REAL Ert- TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C. FLOURNOY, Secretary, IN. Fort st m 6 lm /IRAWFORD A McCREKRY, ROOM 10, OVER VLos Angeles National Bank. Loan $50 to 150,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy notes, mortgages and contracts. m2otf 31.000.000 LIAMS, attorney-at-law, Sste Deposit building, cor. Temple snd New High sts., Los Angeles, agent for the People's Home Savings Bank of San Francisco. aatf T~ 6 LOAN—ANY AMOUNT FROM $25 TO $1000 on real estate, notes, mortgages, planod, collateral, and personal property of all kinds. E. L. BUCK, rooms 31 and 32,Wilsou block. ml9tf ONEY TO LOAN—SAVE BENT, JOIN THE Home Building Association Build your self a home and pay for it on tho Installment plan. For information apply to M. C. WEST BROOK, Sicretary, room 87, Phillips blook, Bpringst. telO 5m ONEY" TO LOAN IN ANY DESIRED smount on Improved city and country real estate. Collateral or commercial paper at cur rent rates. Stocks, bonds and other securities bought asd sold on commission. NEUBTADT AiPIRTLE. 10 8. Fort. Will move May Ist to Burdick building. Second snd Spring sts. A3 lm EXCURSIONS. O"~VERLANTi LOS Angeles every Wedneßday: Pullman tourist cars, fully equipped, to Omaha and Kansas City. Call or address JOHN CLARK, 51 N. Spring st. m2B lm "wlrst transcontinentax"e~xcursion, 1} under auspices Y. M. C. A., personally con ducted by General Secretary, leaves Los Anse les Aptil 22d Excursion to Paris Exposition May Ist, Call or address J. A. GRANGER, 17 N. Spring st m26-lm lEXCURSIONSI EXCURSIONS —EAST AND WEST, BEMI -2 monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas City and Chicago. V REE sleeping accommoda tions going East. For lowest, rates, etc., apply to WARNER BBOS., 34 N. Spring it., Los An geles. ml2tf DENVER AND 810 GBANDE AND BOCK Island route excursions will leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Pullman tourist cms elegantly equipped. Call on or addres, F. W. THOMPSON, HON. Spring st. «3 tf WALTEBB' SELECT EXCURSIONS TO ALL points East. Through Pullman tourist cars to Boston via Chicago, Our next partieß leave Los Angeles April 3d and 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 Til X (UJ RS 16 NB— PHILLIPS' SELECT EXCUR- Pi sions, personally conducted, with through Pullman Tourist Sleeping ( ars completely c iulpp»d from Los Aufreles to Boston auJ New Yo'kCity without change. Next parties loave April 10'h and 24th, May Bth and 22d. June sth and 19th. For tickets, berths and further information, call on or address A. PHILLIPS a CO., 44 N. Spiing St., Los Angeles, iql m27-tf IjIXCUBSIONS TO ALL U points East, via Balt Lake City and Denver, (spending Sunday in Halt Lake City,)leave April 11th, 25tb, May 9th, 23d Pull man tourist cars completely equipped. Call upon or ad- J| dress J. B. Quigley, agent, 112 North Spiing street. mlO-tf SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH excursions to New York, Boston and Phila delphia. Pullman's new tourist can 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. Co.'s party managers go throngn to New Orleans, thence to Boston and Philadelphia. Buton» ohauge of cars (In Union Depot) at Cinicnnr.ti. The Sunset and Queen and Creßcent Route through the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir miugham, CDattanooga, Cincinnati, etc. Quick time, direct connections. Excursions leave Los Angeles March 28t.h: April lltn; May 2d, 16th and 30th; June 13th aud 27th; July 11th, 1889. For further particnlars call on or write any of the agencies of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY in Southern California, orC.F.BMURR, Assistant General Passenger Agent southern Pacifio Company, No. 202 N. Main St.. Los Angeles. Cal. m! 3 5m ' tIUIJVATIOKAL. COR ner Sixth and Hill sts., opposite postothce. tu3l-tf HB~""IOB~ANGELFS CONSERVATORY OF Music, No. 406 B. Main St. MRS. EMILY J. VALKNTINE, President ELLIE I. BOYNTOnT VOOAL TEACHER. Voice building taught from a purely scien tific basis. Room 6, P. O. block. Fort St. A3 lm* ST. MATTHEW'S HALL. SAN MATEO, CAL- A Church School for boys; 23rd year. REV. ALFBED LEE BBEWEB, M. A., Principal. fl9tf NIGHT SCHOOL-LOB ANGELES BUSINESS College and English Training School. 38 40 and 42 S. Main Bt, near Seoond. D. B. WIL LIAMS, mlßtl 6T~ANGELBB BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 S. Mainst, veer Second. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. 1 «0t S~~T. HILDA'S HALL OF GLENDALE — A 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. THoa. W. HASKINS, Aoting Hector. m27-tll . BUSINESS COLLEGE shobthand"and TYPEWBITING INSTITUTE, , „ , 159 South Spring Street, Lot Angeles, Cal SESSIONS DAY AND IVBNINS. For particnlars, call at office or address. «20-lv F. C WOODBURY. Principal . ARCHII EC «"■• R 23£! Li 3 and 4, Downey block, Los ny22tl co. f7c6bte RISAN ', ABO h ITEOT, BOOMS Ij 21, 22, 23 8. Spring It, Los Angeles. fIBH REOULAR PHYSICIANS. 88. UHAB. DE SZIGETHy! OfTtiOIS AND residence, 313 S Main st. Tele. 1,056. tf Ijl A. DE OAILHOL, M. P.—AT BU sanT XU. tarium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone 891 al-tf DB.DABLING OCULIST AND AUBIBT Office 25 North Main SC. Office Honrs, 9a. m. to 4 p.m. altf-dAw DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN SD7 ters' Hospital: 7!4 N. Main at., rooms 1, 2 and 3. Telephone 110. m 27 tl AS LANGLEY, ELECTRIC CHYS!CIAN\ • cor. Second and Los Angeles sts. Electrical treatment, baths and massage. m3O lm DR C. E. CLACIUB HAS RKMOVEo" HIS office from 75 N. Spring to 41 S Spring st. Hours from 11 a. m. to 2p. M. Bpeclaltv—Sex ual and skin diseases, chronic diseases in gen wal. m24tf DR. W. W. MURPHY, Ist, 107 8. Spring St., Hollonbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a. m. to 12 M. an.l 2to * p - »• m24tf MBS. DB.J. M. SMITH (FORMERLY M RS. C. E. BOURCEY; Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladies carod for during confinement. Midwifery a specialty. ;m2B-em Ik". WEST HUGHKB,~FO"RMEfi~BEBIDKNT If surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur gery (including genlto-nrinary diseases) and diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. Piling at. Honrs, oto 12. 2to 5. m24tf 1 k*. L. GOLDSCHMIHDT—GENERAL PRAC JL' licing physician; late of New York; twenty years privato an 1 hospital experience. Office, 23 South Spring street, room 12; residence, Emerson IToU6e, 415 South O.lve street: tele phone. OQTco, 1019 Residence, 1054. Spe cialty: Diseases of children. m27-tf M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. »., M. C. P. 8. •O. Specialist in diseases of tho head, ttirost anil chest, including the eye, ear and heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen, monoxide, and other modlcated Inhalations, MM In all diseases of tho respiratory organs Office, Holleubeck Block, corner Second and Sr-ring srreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, from il \ in to 4 p m. DENTISTS. 7, R. rTgTcuTjninlThamT^^ IV st. McDonald block. mls-tf DB. W. ur MASSER HAS "REOPENED HIS dental office In rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. Peoond and Fort tits. j3O-tf DESTAL INSTITUTE, COR. SPRING AND Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill ing, from $1.00 up; amalgam filling, from 50c. up; extracting, 250. A regular graduate in constant attendance. m2l tf REMOVED. DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST sts., Wilson block; take elevator. Teeth filled painlessly. Gold crowns and bridge work a specialty. Teeth extracted painlessly. Dr. Max Wassman, of Bau Francisco, and Dr. Casson MacDouald, of Philadelphia, assistants. fllOm A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 S. TPRING fY street, Rooms 4 and 5. Gold fillings from $2 np. Amalgam and silver flLJngs, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth extracted without gas or air, 50 cents. Best seta of teeth from S6 to $10. Byonrnew method of making teeth, a misfit la Impossible. All work guaranteed. Ws make a specialty of extracting teeth with out pain. Office Honrs from Ba. m., to 6p. M. Snndays from ]oa.m. to 12 m. Night calla answered oflire m«-t.f ATTORNEYS. Ct V. LANDI'," O. or-at-Law. Office, over Los Angeles Na tional Bank, cor. First and 3pring sts. mlltf WALTER ROSE. ATTORNEyTroOM 6 AL len block, cor. Spring and Temple sts.ml4tf AB. . and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New High and Temple Bts. m!7tf pawnrroker. . trance, UNION LOAN OFFICE. 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m SOCIETY MEETINGS. NO. 3342- Meets Tuesday evenings at room 45, Cali fornia Bitnk Building. "cT fTT NO. 90— • Begniar meeting first and third Fridays, at Pythian Cattle, 24 S. Spring St. I ft AST SIDE LODGE, NO 3257T O. O. F.— j Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fel lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downer aye., East Los Angeles. AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR SAFETY Council, No. 064—Meets second and fonrth Thursday evenings of each mouth at their Hall, 17 ▼ Wlrst St., bet. Main and Spring. oF aNGELES LODGE, NO. 2925. K. OF H.—Regular meetings are held every Wed nesday evening at 17 W. First st 67 a~t., merrltZ lodge, no. 299" . Meets every Saturday evening at Pythian Castle. No 24 S. Spring St., just below First S~ AMPSON 'IODGE, NO. 148, K. OF P.~ Meets every Monday night at Castle nail, No. 510 Downey aye., East Los Angeles. Hall over East Side Bank. ROYAL ARCANUM - HOUTHF.RN CALl fornia Council, No 570, meet- second and iourth Tuesdays at N. 8. G. W. Hall, 75 N. gpiiug st. Visiting brothers welcome. T 03 ANGELES CHAPTER, R. A. M.—STATED XJ convocations on the second Monday of each month, at 7:40 r. M.,at Masonic Hall, Spring St., bet. First and Second. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, CUSUB DE LION Commandery, No. 9, K. T. — Holds Its ctatcd conclaves in tha asylum In Masonic Hall sor. of Spring and First sts., on the third Thurs day of each month,at 7:30 p 'M. aELCICH WOMAN'S BELIEF CORPS, NO. 22—Meets first and third Friday of each month, at 2 p. m., In Campbell's Hall, East Los Angeles. OLIVE LODGE, NO. 26, K. OF P.—MEETS every Thursday evening in Pythian Castle, 24 S. Spring, just below First st LOS ANGELES COUNCIL, NO. 11, ROYAI and Select Masters, F. and A. M. —Holds its stated assemblies on the fonrth Monday of each month, at 7:30 p. M., at. Masonic Hall, Spring st, bet First and Seoond EAST LOS ANGELES LODGE. NO. 230, A. O. U. W.—Meets every Wednesday evening in Campbell's Hall, Truman st and Downey aye., East Los Angeles. 'riAUNTLET LODGE NO. 129, K. OF P.- VT Meets on Monday evening, in Pythian Cas tle, No. 24 S. St. MORRIS VINEYARD LODGE, I. O. G.T..NO. 126—Meets every Monday night. Hall, cor. Laurel and Main sti. /GOODWILL COUNCIL, NO. 629, AMERICAN IT Legion of Honor-Meets on second and fourth Fridays of each month at their hall, 17 W. First st JOHN A. LOGAN POST, G. A. B. —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 8. Spring at rTELCICH POST, NO. 106, G. A. B.—MEETS IT first and Third Fridays of each month in Campbell's Hall, East Lob Angeles. OS ANGELES LEGION, NO. 6, SELECT Knights, A. O. U. W.—Meets every Monday evening in Campbell's Hall, cor. Downey aye. and Truman St., East Los Angeles. SIGNET CHAPTER, NO. 57, R. A. M.-MHEIS statedly on the first Tuesday of each month, at 7:15 p. M., at Masonic Hall, cor. of Spring and First st*. J~~ OHN B. FINCH LODGE, I. O. G. T -MEETS Tuesday evenings In Campbell's Hail, East Los Angeles. OS ANGELES TYPOGBAPHICAL UNION, No. 174—Meets the first Sunday In each month at the G. A. B. Hall, Mainst T7IBATERNITY LODGE, NO. 79, K. OF P.- J? Meets on second and fonrth Wednesday evenings In each month at Pythian Castle, 24 8. Spring st RANGE BRANCH COMMANDERY, NO 306, U. 0. G. C —Meets every Friday even ing la New Odd Fellows' Hall, Hay den block, East Los Angeles. o¥aNGELEB LODGE. NO. 35. 1. O. O. F.— Regular meetings held on Wednesday even ing of each week at 1.0, O. F. Hall, Spring it, near First A CIPHER DISPATCH An Important Link in the Bunco Case. rflE WRITING ON THE BOOK. The Smart Sharps Held to Answer After a Long 1 Examination. Other Sews. The examination of the bunco mem, Hood and Rose, on the first charge against them, that of conspiring to defraud Mr. Haskins, terminated yesterday afternoon with the result that the defendants were held to answer to the Superior Court. The case had dragged out to an unconscion able length, and it was the conviction of those who had heard the evidence .t hat the men would not be held. The dismissal of the charge against White was believed to presage what would happen in the case of the other two. The part which Hood had played in the affair had been shown very clearly, but the complicity of Rose was not established up to yesterday morning. An unexpected accident saved the case to the Htate, something that could not have been anticipated or hoped for. The testimony of Rose himself sealed his own fate, as far as the examining magistrate is concerned, and will, in all probability, play the same role in the Superior Court. Wednesday evening, when the testi mony was all in and the case ready to be argued, it stood about as follows: The prosecution had shown clearly enough that the crime of "buncoing" had been committed, and that Hood was the chief actor in it. As regards Rose, It was shown that he had made the acquaintance of Mr. Haskins in the morning of the 25th, that he had stood near and proba bly overheard the conversation when Mr. Haekins told the Nadeau proprietors of the affair, that he had soon after entered into a conversation with Hood, and that be was standing near that gen tleman when the detective came up to make the arrest. It was also shown that the game was played in a room which had belonged to Rose; as to whether he was still the proprietor of that room there was a little question which could only be settled by a balancing of testi mony. This was all that had been proved by the prosecution, and in ren dering its decision the Court affirmed that this alone would probably not have been sufficient to hold Rose to a trial in the Superior Court. As the charge was conspiracy, the discharge of Rose would of necessity have freed Hood. The surprising denouement out of which grew the final result took place yesterday morning, when Rose had re sumed his place on the stand. Wednes day-afternoon, while he was undergoing cross-examination. a book was stiown to him which had been found in bis room, containing accounts with a number of ! people. He declared that he knew nothing of it, and had never written in it. When this answer was made, Mr. Hardesty, the Apsistant District Attor ney, tried the effect of a cold bluff. He knew perfectly well that Rose had writ ten in the book, although he had no sat isfactory means of proving ic. So he leaned across the table and remarked to Mr. Payton: "Wait until to-morrow and we will see about it." The bluff appears to have borne fruit. Yesterday morning, after the examina tion, direct and cross, of Mr. Rose was all over, Mr. Payton asked to have him recalled, as he had a statement which he wished to make in correction of his testi mony of the day before. He then af firmed that he had answered the ques tion about the book without due consid eration, and the fact was that he had written in it—not much, however, but only on a few pages here and there. Q. (By Mr. Hardesty in cross-exam ination)— Why did you make those en tries? A. —Merely for amusement—to pass away the time. Q —Will you please show some of the pages on which you wrote ? The witness turned over several pages, and presently opened at the place where the name of Bingham appears. "I wrote this page," said he. "Your Honor." said Mr. Hardesty, "I wish to introduce some new and import ant evidence, and I ask that a subpu>na be issued for four new witnesses." Permission was granted, and a Deputy Constable was dispatched in searcn of several well-known business men, who are experts in the matter of hand-writ ing. It will be remembered that when de tective Glass started out wich Mr. Has kins in search of Mr. Hood, they found him on the corner of First and Spring streets, that he ran down toward Port street, but was captured before he had gone a block. As the detective cameup he threw away a piece of Western Union Telegraph paper,which was found t) have written on it in ink the following unsigned dispatch: March 25,1889. /•'. D. Binghum, CMeoM, t Come to Bsnta Fe, John B. Haskins, Jr., Na lonal Broadway Bank, to stop cheek to A. W. Martin for 500, 2,000, 2,500. Attend to this at once It had been noticed that the writing of the word Bingham in the despatch was almost identical with that of the word Bingham in the acccunt book. As re gards the despatch, Roso had declared that he knew nothing abjut it. The three experts whose testimony was finally accepted were J. M. Elliott, cashier of the First National Bank, Frank Fanning, of the County Clerk's office, and F. A. Gibson, of the Recorder's office. They declared that the hand writing on the dispatch was, in their judgment, the same as that on the book which Rose had designated as his own. With this the prosecution closed its case and the defense offered nothing further. Mr. Hardesty then opened the argument with a clear statement of the various links of evidence which had been worked into the chain around Rose. He reviewed the evidence which had been offered by the defense to show that Rose had given up the room, and exposed its weakness. The most damning proof of all, he de clared, lay in the telegram which, it was shown, had emanated from Rose, and must have been given to Hood. As to Hood's guilt in the affair, that, he be lieved, did not need argument. Mr. Payton followed with a speech in which he made the best of a bad job, the disagreeable task which had been thrown to him since the very start. He gave FIVE CENTS. the District Attorney's office a pretty severe rub for the experimenting in which they had indulged in the matter of comilainta, changing about and spring ing half a dozen new and unexpected charges a week. The present arrange ment, by which the defendants were held under bonds of $16,000 for a mere charge of gaming, seemed to him an outrageous injustice. His chief argument was on It l ueßtion of the complicity of Rose. No evidence had been brought to show that before the commission of the crime Rose and Hood had ha 1 anything to say to one another, or were even so much as acquainted. Mr. f»yto .'a points were chiefly as to the law of the situvi In his concluding speech Mr. Hardesty took up the legal propositions involved, and showed that evidence in cases of conspiracy could not but be only circum stantial, and that the law would be satis fied with what the prosecution had of fered. The Court then said: This trial has been a long one, and I need not review the testimony in rendering a decision. There is no question that the prosecuting witness lost the amount stated in the complaint in the manner alleged. The only question to be determined by the evidence was that of whether there was a conspiracy in which the defendants participated, and whether the obtaining of the money was under that conspiracy. The evidence as to one of the defendants was perfectly clear. The only doubt was as to the other, Mr. Rose. The Court admitted that up to the giving of the evidence this morning with re gard to the telegram the doubt was sufficiently strong to have made it impossible to hold the defend ant. But the evidence developed in re gard to that matter had settled the ques tion. It cannot be supposed that the different acts of Rose in connection with the case were accidental. It is therefore held that there is sufficient cause to be lieve both the defendants guilty, and they are held to answer to the Superior Court at hail of $2,000 each. Mr. Payton objected to his clients being held for so large a sum, and the settlement of the bond was finally post poned until to-day. Mr. Payton also gave notice that when,the second case was called in the morning he should move for a continuance. Judge Haßkins yesterday received a telegram from ex-Postmaster-General Thomas L. James, which read as follows: "Only son, Charles Francis James, m here; prosecute swindling impostor. "April 4. Thos. L. Jambs." To prove the charge of impersonating another, it is necessary to show that the other exists. This telegram is in answer to one sent by Judge Haskins, making an inquiry on the question of the exist ence of a son of James. The charge to be tried to-day, if it is not continued, is that of having won fraudulently at play. The defendants are Hood, Rose and John Doe, the latter name being substituted vice that of White, who was discharged. THE RAINBOW BAZAR. A Successful Affair at the W. C. I. I . The Rainbow Bazar which is being given by the W. C. T. U. in their new home on Fort and Temple streets will go on record as one of the most successful affairs of the kind ever given in the city. Everything about it is well conducted, the stage performances are excellent, the lunch and ice-cream departments so good that those who patronize once always come again, and the grouping and ar ranging of the booths give evidence of much zealous work expended wfth the hope of satisfying the visitor. The floral designs are in good taste, and the massive bark in front of the stage speaks of master workmen having been employed in its creation. The galleries and floor auditorium were all well filled when the exercises of the evening commenced at 7:30 o'clock last night, and the introductory attraction, an address by Mrs. Livermore, soon hushed the merry-makers and caused them to turn their eyes with interest on the speaker. Mrs. Livermore's reputation an an orator, eloquent and logical, was made long ago, and last niuht she was certainly at her best, and it was only with some difficulty that the audience could be persuaded to permit her final retirement. A violin solo by Professor Schaus was given in that gentleman's best style, and then came a recitation by Mr. Tom Barnes, a vocal solo by Mrs. J. B. Brown, tableaux by the members of the bazaar, a guitar solo by Mrs. Taggart, a bass solo by Mr. Wallace and a vocal trio by Mr. Ney, Mrs. Brown and Mr. Wallace. The entertainment being concluded a general advance was made on the ice cream parlors, which proved, however, to be equal to the attack; not, however, without calling upon the fair ladies in charge for a stupendous amount of work, which was given most willingly. The lemonade booth and the floral stand both did an excellent busi ness, aud in the registry department a glance at the records showed that the majority of the visitors had inscribed their names on the annals of the affair. The lunch-rooms, which are situated in the basement, did a good business, both at the noon and evening repasts, and, as the food set is clean, wholesome and well-cooked, it is only to be expected that its patronage will increase as the days of the bazaar go on. This evening the entertainment will be in charge of the members of the Col lege of Music of the University of South ern California, and the following is the programme that will be rendered: 1. Piano Solo, Mazurka Letchttzkt Miss Lola Kmery. 2. Vooal Duett, "The Mee'etesse," Messrs. Rice and Warren. 3. Violin and Piano Mr Schelllng and Miss Stagg 4. Piano Solo, "Bubbling Spring," . Mol King v Miss Cora Scott. 5. Recitation Miss Kittle Richards. 0. Piano Solo, "Spring Dawn," Maion Miss Hope Warner. To-morrow there will be a children's matinee at 2 p. m., and the "weaving of the rainbow" and other events interest ing to the young ones will be presented. Poets who submit their verses in per son to magazine editors want to look a little out. Some fellow has invented a new "magazine gun" containing 10 or 12 cartridges, and warranted to be more de structive than any other similar weapon in the market. Such a gun in the maga zine editor's hands doesn't give the poet much chance to get down stairs and around the next corner.—[N orris town Herald.