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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXII.—NO. 12 AiaiiSEIfIENVS. LOS ANGELES THEATER. H C. Wy«tt, Lesteeand Manager. A. 8. Douglas, Associate Manager. FOUR NIGHTB, COMMENCING SUNDAY, APRIL 14. Grand Farewell Tour and Last Appearance in Los Angeles of the World's Greatest Tragic Actress, JANALBCUEK, Supported by her own splendid, legitimate com pany, producing Sunday and Wedneaday even ings, the gnat, romantic, musical drama, MEG MEHRILEES! Monday evening, MARY H IS AIIT. Tuesday evening, MACHKTH. Prices—sl, 75c. 500., and 25c. Be*ts now ou sale. alOtd CIAIJFORNIA DIME MUSEUM A THEATER I North Main street, near First. Doyle & Isaacs, Propriotora. THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT! Wkbk Commencing Saturday, April 13th. Exhibition Extraordinary —OP THK — Gorsrcous Glass Dress! The most wonderful production of the glass art ever exhibited, the handiwork of PROF. THEO. UREINER, onr distinguished Bohemian Gloss Artist. The dress is all glass throughout and worth $3,000. LITTLE DOT, the Captivating Little Midget, is still delighting the ladles. OUR STAGE Is replete with a varied pro grammeof Mimics, Acrobats.Vccalists, Dancers, Comiqucs, Juggling, Illusions, etc., etc. Doors open from 10 A. at. to 10 p. m. Admission. 10c. Reserved seats 10c. oxtra. HE NATATORIUM, A Swimming Bath. FORT STREET, BET. SECOND AND THIRD, AdjolniugNew City Hall. Basin 30x84 ftet; wster heated by steam. Open day and evening; Sundays close at ti P. M. Admission, 25c. and 35c Plaiu, hot baths, in fine procelain tubs, at all hours, for ladies or gentlemeu, 250. Every Tuesday, from 7to 10 P. M., ladies' and gentlemen's nigbt; no gentle men admitted wituout a lady. Spectators, free. a9-tf y IENN A BUFFET, cor. Main and Kequenasts. FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT EVERY EVENING FREE! By the Vienna Ladles' Otchestra, uuder Miss Julia de Beltran. FIRST CLABB AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. ]a2tf WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER All vertisementa uuder the following heads Inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each insertion. tii;i: ■ !>«;*. I\FKICK OF THE LOS ANGELES BOARD OF II Trade, Los Angeleß, 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 First and Fort streets, in Los Augeles city, California, on Monday, April Bth, 1889. said meeting will be held for the purpose of electing a Board of Bisectors for the >.nsuiug year, and transact ing such other business aa may legally come be fore the meeting. The polls for the election of directors will be open from 9 A. M. until 9 p. m. on said date. By order of tho Board of Direc tors, this 4th day of March, 1889. m 5-35t T. H. WARD, Secretary. PERSONAL.. MONEY~TO (lOLLATBRAL— UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri vate entrance. m 23 3m IVORCK AND CRIMINAL LAW A HPECI alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB, At torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12 m29-t.f CIORDAN BROS.; OF 22 8. SPRING ST., t are making tbe cheapest clothes in the city, in order to make room for thetr coming SMMf and summer goods. m27tf IF YOU WANT TO BUY REAL ItSTATE AT bedrock prices, see T. B. McDONALD, rooms 8 and 9 now Wilson building, corner Spring and First sts. i026-tf RS. DR. FRENCEL T\HK RENOWNED fortuue teller. This woman tella wonder ful things; she also brings troubled parties to gether. Room 19,139 E. First St. al3 7* EW NATICK HOUSK —NEW MANAGK meot; furu'.ahed rooms, slugle, $6 to $8 per month; In suite?, $12 to $20; uae of patlor, reading room and bath; lodging, 50c. to $1; meals, 25c $4 per week; special rats to work ingwomen for the summer; no trouble to show rooms. MRB. ALLEN, Prop. al3 lm SPECS 41, WOa'sCES. BIG BARGAINS IN DIAMONDS, WATCHES and jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE. 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m IS. JOHNSON—CARD READER. LADIES only, roar 225 9. Siche' St., E. L. A. 50c. m2l lm* PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED 1 ILL April 17th for excavating cellar at 120 8 Spring st; good gravel for street. Apply N W. STOW ELL, 31 N. Spring st. al2 7* 6 SOCIETIES — SOCIETIES DESIRING TO rent a hall for Lodge purposes, with all conveniences,should apply to V. C. ROQUES, Secretary Los Atmeles Lodge No. 99, B. P. O. Elks, P. O. box 343. m2O I mo milE FOLLOWING CHILDREN HAVE Bl I S J. received into tbe Los Angeles Orphan Asylum since the last publication: Whole or phans—Fannie Temple, Tetesa Timple. Half orphans—lsab. 11a Ramirez, Aurelia Ramirez, Issldra Aeunoa, Emma Colson, Irene Pollieh, Agnes Pollieh, Conception Morales, Antonia Morales, Bantus Accosta, Anastasia Hughs, John J. Hughs, Dolores Aruap, Beatrix Yotha, Oarlotta Morislch, Madeleine Merisich, Bertha Soule, John Bonle, Josephine Anderson. Laura Baltz, Ihldora Campasano, FrauciscA Campa sauo, Mario Loarra, Laura Maguire. Frances Maguire, Llllle Bradloy SISTER JOSEPHINE. April 10. 1889. all lot LUST AN Ik FOCJND. THOROUGHLY RELIABLE. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Main st. Private entrance. ni23 3m lOST — LIGHT COLORED BOOKr"\VITM i loflge papers In It. Finder please return to this oiflce, JERRE PLATT. a!4-lt* T 08T - A KNIGHT'S TEMPLAR BADGE. Ii The fludor will be suitably rewarded if he will return same to R. R. BROWN, 36 8. Bpring st. a! 3 2t STRAYED OR STOLEN —It AY MARE.SMALL star in forehoad; branded Oou left shoulder; leftivanhoe March 15th. Suitable reward to finder if returned to BYRAM & POINDEXTER, 19 W. First at., Los Angeles. m! 9 lm WANT h 11— H EI. P. IF YOU NEED MONEY GOTO UNION LI) AN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Private entrance. m 23 3m WANTED— PANTS MAKER, A! GORDAN 8r08.,22 8. Spring St. all-It ANTED—IF YOU WANT A COOK OR help in the kitchen; also all kinds of la bor or mechanics, call at Chief Cooks' head quarters, 243 Los Angeles st , Jennctt Block, GEO. LACOUR. al4-6m WANT Ell—* KMAJ. ETi E LP. PRIVATE ENTRANCE FOR LADIES, UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m W»NI ED—AGENTS. NEWB paper canvasalng for subscrtption lv this city; must have experience. Call at Hkkald office between 2 and 4 p.m., April 15, 1881). al4-lt« ANTED—ENERGETIfJ MEI^TO"ACT A 8 local and general agents throughout Call fornla for the Capital Accident Company. HERBERT C. PARKS, State Manager, cor. Temple and New High sts., Los Angeles. E N. BROWN, special agent. m 22 lm (J!7K TO *2»0 A MONTH CAN BE MAD* 010 working for us. Agents preferred who can furnish a horse and give tl cir whole time to the buainess. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and Cities. B. F. JOHNSON Si CO., 1,009 Main at, Richmond, Va. N. B.—Ladies employed also. Never mind about sending stamp for reply Como quick. Yonrs for biz, B. F. J. & Co. WAN TE D —MIBCEI.LA NLOIS. WANTED— PICTURES T FRAME CHEAP eat place at BURNER 4118. Main it. ANTED—TO LEASE A RANCH OF bO OR 80 acrea south of city, near city limits, suitable for dairy purposes, Address C. J WARREN, itatiop. D, city. al2 7* wanted-hocBbs. W™~aT*tkd~to rent — house on hill with 8 or '.' rooms., and barn; no children Apply room 100, Phillips Block. a!4-3t* IUU HBNT--KOOH*. OK RENT—IS FINK ROOMS, AT 312 N. Main St., fronting on two streets, verycheap; also 1 atore and largo basement at 314 N. Main st, fronting on two streets. Inquire at 23S Allsokt, a!3tf i'OB KCNI-HOli *Eau CtfTTIEHT—TWO Grand Avenno. Inquire at No. 35 al4lm* OR RKNT—HOUBES ~A~ND - ALL parts city; long list; can examiue free. L. A. RENTAL AGENCY. 1 N. Fort St. m2B lm* FOX RENT-STORES AND DOOMS. JToS RENT—A BIG, FINE STORbTbEBT j locatlou. Shelving complete. Addresa U. KROEGER, Anaheim. aO-tf OK RENT-CHEAP, 2 NEW HTOkE ROOMS on Sixth It.. net. Olive aud Grand aye. lu quire of owner, 844 W. Tenth st. all 7* ion RENT—OFFICES. OR~RENT — room; reasonable rent. W. R. BURKE, 55 N. Spring. a 12 fridisuu 2t I7IOR RENT — PLEABANI'*OKFIOEB AND IJ rooms tit very reasonable rates iv the Tem perance Temple, cor. «f Fort aud Temple tN. One of the trustees will be there from 0 to 12 each day. all 10* HOTELS. IjlOR RENT—RUBS HOUSE, COR. FIKhT, 1 Los Angelea st. Finely furnished rooms from $8 to $15 per mouth. Go aud sco them before engaging elsewhere. a9-7t* "Tor" "Skit-jiiscj i.i.am oi .s. —BUSINESS" AND RESIDENCE, A? 348 8. Spring st. iDuuire at 109 S. Main st, a!4-lt TnOS RENT— WINERY, WITH loioOO Jj lons of old wine for sale, with pipe and machinery. Address P. O box 302. al4-lt ],10R RENT—THE NORWOOD, COR. SIXTH 1 aud Hill, at $50 per mouth. Furniture etc. t. r sale cheap. Apply on premises. MRS. Mi- LEWIS. al4 :it* IjIOR~RKNT—THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL, ' San Bernardino. Tnc best chance ever of fered. Apply 3041/s N. Main St. al4 2t* TJIOR RENT—CHEAP, A BOS AND CHICKEN JJ ranch, only 8 miles from the city; contains 20 acres; good house, barn, aud 100 full bear ing fruit trees; also arteataD well of excellent water Apply to E. J. ROCHE, 150 N. Alameda at., or to the Lyuwood Paper Mill. al2tf FOR SAL, ti. B* X UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m2B 3m IIOR SALE—S, 10, 20 and 100 acre tracts with water stock Address H. KROEGER, Anaheim. a9-tf IToR SALE -A FINE OwW. GIVING 18 quarts daily; price $70. M. HICKEY'S GROCERY, 100 Anderson st. al3 2* IToBBALE-HY THE EX ECU TORS OF THE ! estate of Rem! Nadeau, that desirable property on the southeast corner ef Olive and Fifth sts., fronting the City Park, having a 1 frcntage of 90 feet on Olivo and 105 on Fifth Also, adjoining the above lot on filth st., 07x120 feet. For prices appiy to S. B. CAS WELL, Executor. m26-lm FOR SALE—City Property. ICK~THH acres, east side Los Angeles river, bet. First and Second sts., ou lino of proposed transcon tinental railroad. W. R. BURKE, 55 N. Spring, al 2 frl&sun 2t V)R BALE —DIRT CHEAP, LOT 54x100 10 alley; good house; flowers, hedge, young frnit trees and fine chicken corrals; sixth house on Deuvar live troui Washington St.; take Olive aud Washiiig'Oit st car; ouly $700. al3 2* F'.OR BALE—ONE OF THE FINEST BLOCKB in South Pasadena, 320 feet square; plenty of trees; water; 2 houses, barn, etc ; good loca tion for physician or druiiglst; price oheap aud terms easy- For particulars address J. J. BUEHLER, 143 E. First st,., Los Angeles. a 2 lm I 'Tor sale—cheap. r> ao.es on wash ' in ti v st. boulevard to the lea, just oiuMde city limits; One lot, 1 block from car line. bet. Ninth aud Tenth sts , $1,400; 10 acres, Whit tier. with full water supply, $125 per acre. H. R. POST, 55 N. Spring al2 fri&sun 2t IjlOR SALE — BUSINESS FKOFERTY ON ! spring aud Fort sts, 3 pieces 11 a sacrtfloe mat cannot bo duplicated; also 900 acres choice ranch, improved. T mile from depot. In this county; plenty water; o'ly $10 per ac c: acd 100 lots iv a body, J H mill-from this city; car lino now building; ouly $40 each; hero are three bargains. HUMPHREYS & BIGGIN, 20 8 Bpring. all 9t i«<i »A LL—Cauntry Property. f 6 will UT k-as.i 10 00(1 acres tirst.-cla.-is grazing land lort c lea sou forssoo. Will carry ove' 500 cattle SIMI LaND AND WATER COMPANY. If) iv Firm ■•, m24-l o * INAIV.CIAL. MONEY LO ANED ON COLLATERAL; THOR i.ngh'y relmlile. UNION LOAN Of'KICE, 17 N Spring Piivato entrance. nj23 3m ONEY T./loaN IN SUMS TO SUIT. F.C. ANDERSON, 28 tf. Spring. a2tf AfONKY TO LOAN IN ANY SUM. CORKER ill & LAY NO, 10 8. Spring at. m3l lm cTeY TO~LOaN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L. SCHMIDT, No. 10 s. Spring tt fflllO lm ONEY' TO LOAN IN ANY SUMS TO SUIT. J. M. FORNEY, 18 8. Fort kt. a 2 lm* MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP erty. POMEROY <Si GATEB, 10 Court at. mietf aTt'ri i~\f\i\ TO~LEND in"BUMB to suit. BOf LUUU R- W. POINDEXTER. 19 W. First * m 27 lm MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER & HARRIS, attornoys-at-law, 78 Temple block m 22tf^ w»i aaa aaiii' 1 loan on real es ftLWIUMM/U tate. SECURITY SAVINGS SANK, 40 8. Man- at ml 7 tl MONEY TO LOAN-IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON gilt edsed security. W. S. WATERS, room 2, 117 New High st_ alOtf_ COLLATERAL TO LOAN MONEY ON. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Bpring. Pri vate entrance. m 23 3m API A A AAA TO LOAN — A~ J. VIELE, tBIUUjUUU room 1, Wilson block, cor. First and Spring m3otf. ONEY TO LOAN — ON Fi RUT - CLABB mortgages. Apply, to JOHN MILNER, Room 9, Baker Block, Los Angeles. a9tf Q(\(\ WILL BUY A HOUSE OF SIX 'J"!.!)!/!/ roomß, bath, cement sidewalk; near Tenth and Pearl. J. E. HOW", 9 N. Main. m2l:tf ONEY - TO LOAN ON PIANOS AND organs without removal, collateral and personal property of all kinds. Addresa P. O. box 156, elty. m24-lm* O LOAN-$200,000, ON IMPROVED REAL estate at currei t rate of Interest; large loans a specialty. W, P. DAVIS Si CO., 132 W First st , Los Augeles. a! 2 5* CI Alt TO $50,000 TO LOAN AT RE A SON A OIWU ble rates. LOB ANGELEB REAL ES TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C. FLOURNOY, Secretary, 1 N. Fort it aO lm i TIRAWFORD Si MCCREERY, ROOM 10, OVER \ 'Los Angeles National Bank. Loan ISO to $50,000. Short term loana a speoialty- Bny notes, mortgages and contracts. m2otf_ O WIAN—ANY AMOUNT" FROM 1)25 TO $1000 on real estate, notes, mortgages, pianos, collateral, and personal property of all kinds. E. L. BUCK, rooms 31 and 32,Wiliou block. m!9tf $1,000,000 LIAMB? * N attorney'-aWaw, ' Sate Deposit building, cor. Temple snd New i High sts., Los Angeles, agent for San Frauclsco and Eastern capitalists. sstf MONEY TO LOAN—SAVE RENT, JOIN THE Homo Building Association. Build your self a home and pay for it on tho installment plan. For Information apply to M. O. WEBT ■ BROOK, Secretary, room 87, Phillips block, Spring at. mlO 5m ONEY 10 LOAN IN ANY DESIRED amount, on improved olty and country real - estate. Collateral or commercial paper at cur ; rent rates. Stocks, bonds and other securities , bought and sold on commission. NKU3TADT * PIRTLE. 10 S. Fort. Will move May Ist to Bnrdlck building, Second and Spring sts. A3 lm SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 11, 1889. TO EXCHANGE. IN Ex change for diamouds and jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m TO EXCITANGE—THE BEbT SANTA TNA and San Fernando Valley lauds for first class Eastern city or farm property. Address owner, room ti. Allen block, Loa Angeles. al2tf_ WAN TED—STOCKS OF MERCHANDISE OF any kind in exchange for good, clear lota and acres. Will nay some cash. Communica tions confidential. Adaress, G., Box 80, this office. m 24 ALIFORNIA AND EASTERN PROPERTY to exchange. T. B. MCDONALD, rooms 8 and 9 new Wilson building, corner Spring and First sts. m22tf BUSINESS CHANCES oTTIsTLdj^EwlaKY^ small stock of jewelry at a bargain if sold at ouce. inquire at 304 N. Main st. all 4* iTILLIARU HALL, TAB I El, TuItSTI'URE I) and fixtures; cost $2,150; all new; can be bought, if takeu at once, for $800. Apply at 291 N Main. als 3* ORSALE—A PAYING DRUGSTORE, WELL located in city of Los Angeles; stock and Oxturea invoice at $4,000; will be sold at a bargain for cash; will be sold at once; unless you mean Lutlnese do not apply. F. W. HRAUN & CO.. 287 aud 289 N. Main st. a!4-2t* EXCURSIONS. excursions LEAvii Loi Angeles every Wednesday; Pullman tourist cars, fully equipped, to Omaha and Kansas City. Call or address JOHN "LARK, 51 N. Spring st. m2B lm IViRST TR A NSC ONTINKNT AL EXC UltsToNj J; under ausplceß Y. M. C. A., personally con ducted by General Secretary, loaves Los Ange lea April 22d Excursion to Paris Exposition May Ist. Call or addresa J. A. GRANGER, 17 N. Spring st. m26-lm Ip XCURSIONS — EAST AND - WEST, BEMI !i monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas City and Chicago. FREE Bleeping accommoda tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply to WARNER BROB., 34 N. Spring at., Los An geles. £al2tf ENVER AND 810 GRANDE 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. a3-tl ALTERS' SELECT EXCURBIO N8 points East. Through Pullman tourist cars to Boston via Chicago, Our next parties 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 Angelea. mas imXiJURSIONS— PHILLIPS' SELECT EXOOR XU sions, personally conducted, with through Pullman Tourist Sleeping Lara completely c nipped from Los Augeles to Boston and New Y'o* k City without change. Next parties leave 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 & CO.. 44 N. Spring St., Los Augeles, Cal m27-tf IjTXOURsiONB TO ALL !i points East, via Salt Lake City and Denver, (spending Sunday in Salt Lako City,) leave April 11th, 25th, May 9th, 23d! Pull man tourist cars completely equipped. Call upon or ad ...jj dress J. B. Qulgley, agent, 112 North Spring street. alO-tf OUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH excursions to New York, Boston and Phila delphia. Pullman's new tourist cars with ladles 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 through to New Orleans, thence to Boston and Philadelphia. But one ohango of cars (in Union Depot) at t iuiomitti. The Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route through the rloh and historic South, Meridian, Kir mingham, Cnattanooga, Cincinnati, etc. Quick time, direct connections. Excursions leave Lob Angelea March 28th: April lltti; May 2d, 16th and 30th; June 13th and 27th; July 11th, 1889. For further particulars call on or wite any of the agencfes of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY in Southern California, or C. F.SMCRR, Assistant General Passenger Ageut houthern Paciflo Company, No. 202 N. Main St., Loa Angelea, Cal. a! 3 5m EDUCATIONAL. ner Sixth aud Hill sts., opposite postofilce. m3l-tf T~~ HE LOS ANGELEB CONSERVATORY OF Mnslc, No. 406 8. Main St. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President. \IELITe~L BOYNTON, VOCAL TEACHER. 11 Voice building taught from a purely Bcieu title basis. Loom 6, P. O. block, Fort st. A3 lm* ST. MATTHEW' 3 lIALL. SAN MATEO, CAL A Church School for boys; 23rd year. REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A., Principal. fl9tf IGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANI.ELHS BUSINESS Collesro aud English Training Bchool. 38 40 and 42 8. Main St., near Second. D. B. WIL LIAMS. Prin. mlstf I" OS ASGTtLSS HUsiNHSa COLLEGE AND J English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 8. Main st., uoar Second. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and cvenlns sessions. D. B WILLIAMS.J-rin. j 30t ST. HILDA'S HALL OF GLEN DALE — A Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Glou dale. Accommodates 100 pupils. Full corps of teachers. For circulars apply at school, or city office, 75 North Spring otreet. REV. THOS. W. HASKIMS, Acting Rector. m27-ff Y^OODBURY COLLEGE _ SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 South Spring Street, Loa Angelea, Cal SESSIONS OAT AND EVENIN9. For particulars, call at office or address. a2O ty F. 0. WOODBURY. Principal. IKE NT I NTS. D'^^STbToTcuS^ [mi MAI S it., McDonald block. mls-tf D8.~w7 H.~lifTBBElF HAS REOPENED HIS dental office in rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. Second and Fort sts j3O-tf DENTAL INSTITUTE, COR. SPRING AND Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill ing, from $1.00 up; amalgam filling, from 50c. up; extracting, 2.1 c. A regnlar graduate in constant attendance. m2l tf RKMOVETL Tiß. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST II sts., Wilson block; take elevator. Teeth filled painlessly. Gold crowns and bridge work a specialty. Teeth extracted painlessly. Dr. Max Wassman, of San Francisco, and Dr. Casson Mac Donald, of Philadelphia, assistants. f 410 m A DAMb~BRObT DENTIBTsi 23 8. BPRING a. Btroot, Rooms 4 and 5, Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and sliver fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalised air or nitrous oxido gas, $1. Teeth extracted withont gas or air, 50 centa. Best seta of teeth from $6 to $10. By onr new method of making toeth, a misfit is impossible. All work guaranteed. We make a apeclalty of extracting teeth with out pain. Office Honrs from 8 a.m., to sr. a. Sun days from 10 a. m. to 12 m. Night calls answered offloe aB-tf HOMEOPATHISTS. Til A. OFFICE AND RESI JCi. denco, 24 3. Spring st. Honrs 1 to 4 p. a Telephone 353. a! 4 DRS. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N. Spring st., Los Angelea, Cal. Office hours, 8 to 12 h ~ 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. a. Dr. Boyuton's residence, 735 Olive st. m!9tf ISAAC FELLOWS, al. D.—HOMEOPATH IST 1 Offlco Hours—ll to 13 A. v., 2 to 5 r. sr.. Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd FeUowa' Building, Lob Angelea, Cal. Residence 408 South Main street. a»-tf. q"»7 SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMiRPATH IST. O. Offlco, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson blook. cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pearl st. Office hours. 11 A. a. to Sr. a. Telephone Nos.: omen 597t residence 577. tn'Mt' attorneYsl Q~TTTaNDtT AND COUNBEL or-at-Law. Office, over Loa Angeles Na tional Bank, cor. First aud Spring sts. alltf WALTER ROSE. ATTORNEY, ROOM 6 AL len block, cor. Spring and Temple atajnlatf B. HOTCHKiaS, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 8 , and 9. Safe Deposit boilding, oor. New High and Temple sts. ai7tf BEIiULAH PHYSICIAN*). DR. CHAS. D E residence, 313 s. Main st. Tele. 1,066. tl EA. DE OAILHOL, M. D.—AT HIS BANI -. tarium, Pearl, south ol Temple. Telephone 891. al-tf DR. DARLING- OCULIST AND AUBIBT Offlco 25 North Main Zt. Offioe Hoars, 9a. «.to 4 ,r. , at. altf-daw DR. KANNON, VISIT"*" :•>".'rflCIAN SlS ters' Hospital; IV. N. Main at., rooms 1, 2 and 3. Telephone 17.C m27tf AS. LANGI.KY. ELECTRIC • oor. Second and Los Angele.; sts. Electrical treatment, baths and massage. m3O lm DR. 0. E. CLAOIUB HAS REMOVED HIS office from 75 N. f priug to 41 8. Bprinz St. Hours from 11 a. v. fc> 2p. m. Specialty—Sex ual aud skin diseases, ohror.lo diseases in gen eral. m24tf DR. W. W. MURPHY, OWU3T~AND AUR- Ist, 107 8. Spring sfc, Hollenbeck blook, Los Anceles. Office hours, 9a.m.to 12 v. and 2to 4j" : »L_ , . m24t f MRS. DR. J. M. SMITH (FORMERL,Y"Ii r RB. C.E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital. 145 Bellevue aye. Ladies cared for duriug confinement. Midwifery a apeclalty. ;m2B-6m DR. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur §ery (Including genito urinary diseases] and iseates of the nose, throat and cheat. 75 N. Bprlng st. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. m24tf DR. L. GOLDSCHMIEDT—GENERAL PRAC ticing physioian; late of New York; twenty years privat° an 1 hospital experience. Office, 23 South Spring street, room 12; residence, Emerson House, 415 South Olive street: tele phone, Office, 1019 Residence, 1054. Spe cialty: Diseases of children. m2-tf M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., mTcIT. 8. .O. Specialist in dlseasoa of the head, throat and cheßt, including the eye, ear and heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen, monoxide, and other medicated inhalations, used in all diseases of the respiratory organs Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Second and Surlng Brroetß, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, from 9 a m. to 4 p. m. ARCHIIECTS. 3 and 4, Downey block, Loa Angeles. m22tf TIEO. F. COBTERIBAN, ARCHITECT, ROOMS IT 21. 22. 23 s. Spring at.. Loa Angelea. a!2tf PAWNBROKER. rpHOROUGHLY UELIABLE . PRIVAtTTeN JL trance. UNION LOAN OFFICE. 17 N. Soring. m 23 3m CATARRH, THROAT DISEASES, Bronchitis, Asthma, CONSUMPTION Together with diseases of the EYE, EAR AND HEART, ALSO DISEASES OF FEMALES, Successfully treated by M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D., M. C. P. 8. 0., HOLLENBECK BLOCK, Corner Spring and Second Sts. LOS ANGELES, CAL. Nearly 100,000 Cases Treated. All diseases of the respiratory organs treated hy the most improved medical inhalations and the Compound Oxygeu treatment, which has such a world-wide reputation iv lung and' nervous affections. We take pleasure In announcing to the public the fact that we have introduced the COM POUND OXYGEN TREATMENT with our sys tem of the practice in tbe cure of Asthma, Bron chitis, Consumption, Dyspjpsia, luiomuia, Sore Throat, Catarrh, Rheumatism and Neivous Prostration. As is well known, oxygen is the life-giving principle in the air we breathe and ozone iv the air lmpaits that happy and buoyant feeling after thunderstorms. Persons often require more oxygeu thau ia ia the air around tnem, and cause doors and window., to be upeued, tear oil" collars, loosen the waist, and call for a lav to displace tho stilling aud bring fresber air or more oxygen. Tiuveiing is done mainly to resorts where the air contaius more oxygeu, aud mountains arc ascended to breathe the ozone, which is light aud ascends from the earth. Oxygen and ozone tiro gasca, and must be stored up aud used by inhaling them. Our apparatus for storing aud giving these gases, compounded with other suitable agents, is per lect; and, although they are not a cure-all, yet they are undoubtedly the greatest invention made in the last 20 yeara in any department oi medicine, and the results are truly wonderful. Oxygeu acts by purifying the blood, thereby increasing the circulation, promotes absorp tion, improves digestion and assimilation, in creases the capability of tbe lungs, aud acts as a gentle stimulant to ihe nervous system. Tho London, Eugland, lancet, very truthfully says: "The Compound Oxygeu treatment is the greatest discovery of the Nineteenth Century.' C ergymen, statesmen, lawyers, doctors, aud all c ashes Indiscriminately, whenever it 1b intro duced, botn use and recommend it. I have seen so many cases of lung diseases cured that I do not consider any case hopeleßß unless both lungs are seriously luvolved. Even then the inhalations aid us in dissolving the mucus, and In contracting and healing the cavities, which nothing else aau do with the same success Tho very best references from those already cured. CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me in re gard to their casea had better call at my office for consnltation and examination, but. If im possible to do so, can write for a copy of my Medical Treatise, containing a list of qucalions. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., HOLLENBECK BLOCK, Oornor Second and Spring sts., Loa Angelea, Cal. Office hours, from 9a. a. to 4 p. it.} la 3 6m DRUNKENNESS Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured by Administering Dr. Haines' Doldeu Specific. It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea without the knowledge of the poison taking it; la absolutely harmless ana wiU effect a permanent aud speedy cure, whether the Eatlent ia a moderate drinker or an aloo olio wreck. Thousands of drnnkards have been made temperate men who have taken Golden Specific in their coffee without thoir knowledge, and to-day believe they quit drink ing of their 6wn free will. IT NEVER FAILS. The system ouce Impregnated with tho Spociflo It becomes an utter impoasibllity for the Uquo appetite to exist. For sale by R. W. Ellis &Co Druggists, 27 8. Spring St., Los Angelea mv9-eod-dAwklv lv GKT YOUR CLOTHING Renovated,Dyed,Repaired &: Altered AT THE OLD BEMABLI Los Aimeles Steam Dyeing & CleaDing Co. OFFICE, NO. 3 ARCADIA STREET, Opp. Wells-FargoExpresaOffice. Dyeiug, Cleaning and Repairing of every dea crlption. al3 lm* GUST AYE MABQUELIER, Manager. AROUND THE CITY. Scott Still Alive in His Hovel. HE STICKS TO HIS FIKST STORY. A Madman Distributes His Coin With a Free Hand and Destroys Two Windows. Charles Scott, one of the unfortunate principals in the Alameda-street tragedy, is still alive, and his attendant physi- cians state that unless inflammation sets in there is a chance for his recovery. He still lies in the hovel where the mur der occurred, and is carefully tended night and day by watchful nurses, whilst outside the room there is ever a policeman on guard to keepoff intruders, and also to be on hand in the case of Scott's desiring to make a confes sion. It seems very improbable, how ever, that any other statement than the one he has already made will be got out of him, for he stoutly maintains that he did not do tbe shooting, but that an assassin entered the room during the early morning and committed the foul deed. His partner, Bryan, was with him a good deal of the time yesterday, and the wounded man spoke freely to his partner on the subject. "1 told you the truth yesterday," he said earnestly, "and if the woman was alive she would tell you that I am not lying. We had no row at all, and she kissed me before went to sleep. That was tbe last 1 know of the affair until the report awakened me." "How do you account for the fact that you were shot in the right side of the head, for if an assassin came in tberoom he would have naturally fired from the outside of the bed, and that would have been your left," was asked. "1 always sleep on my left side," was the immediate reply of Scolt, "and that would have placed my head with the right side up, would it not ? The whole thing happened in a few seconds, and I don't believe that I would have had time to turn." No matter how close the cross-exam ination, it was impossible to make Scott, in his recital of the affair, contradict himself, so the subject was finally dropped. Those who maintain that he murdered the woman and then attempted suicide say tbat the reason he is so firm in his denial of any complicity in the crime is because he does not think he is going to dio from the effects of his wounds, and he is quite aware that if he confesses any guilt he will only leave his present quarters for the gallows. There is something in this mode of reasoning, for when called upon by his partner to settle up and dispose of his affairs, he in every instunce stated, "If I die," laying particular emphasis on the conjunction. THK DEAD WOMAN. The remains of Hortense Verchere, alias Anna Pierre, his murdered mistress, lay in the morgue all day yesterday and were viewed by hundreds of morbidly inclined individuals, both male and female. Coroner Merdith had intended to hold the inquest during the course of the everiug, but at ths hour appointed it was found to be impossible' to get all the witnessed together, so the examination was postponed until 10 o'clock this morning. From investiga tions made yesterday it was discovered that the deceased was born in Koubai, Department dv Nord, France, and was 38 years of age. She came here with Pierre, a Frenchman,who was possessed of a considerable sum of money at one time, but is said to have lost it in the San Diego boom. He left here over a fortnight ago and went to Mayfield where a brother of his resides. poor "bonbon." An incident connected with tbe bloody affair ably illustrates the well-known sagacity of the ca nine race. When the door wafl first opened on the terrible scene a small black and tan dog, "Bon-bon," the pet of the murdered woman, came whining from under the bed. The poor little animal had been present in the chamber during the night and had witnessed the tragedy. He seemed to thoroughly un derstand what had taken place, tat he looked up at his murdered mistress and whined piteoualy. When one of the officers lifted up the little animal and handed him to a byntinder, who offered to take charge of him, he cried so plaintively that he was released and allowed to re-enter the room where he crouched in a corner and watched all that transpired, emitting low whines at intervals. When finally the undertaker came and removed the body of the wo man to a wagon, so as to take her to the morgue, he attempted to follow, but wan frightened back and placed in the care of an inmate of a house near by. AN INSANK BAKER. He Amuses Htmselt by Throwing Money Around. B. Giboulet went insane last night, at leant be oehaved in a manner which showed he was net in his right mind. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 7:30 o'clock he wandered down Commercial street, and as he passed some of the restaurants located thereon, he amused himself by throwing first a dollar and then a half-dollar in each. When he reached the corner of Los Angeles he threw a half-dollar into a clothing store and then he proceeded across the street and finally found his way to the corner of Alameda and Aliso streets, where Ser geant Fletcher, who had been told of his strange behavior, succeeded in inducing him to retire to a room in a lodging house. Captain Fletcher then wan dered up to Main street, wbere be found a crowd collected around Wells, Fargo & Co.'s office. Here a hole had been made through the plate glass by some sort of a projectile. Mr. Fridham, manager for the company, thought that it had been made by a bul let, but upon examination, the hole was exactly the size of a dollar. Another crowd stood around the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, where a hole had been made in the window. This was also found to have been made by a dollar. Serjeant Fletcher jumped to the conclu sion that these ruined windows were the results of Giboulet's markmanship, and he went to the lodging house and ar rested him. At the Police Station FIVE CENTS. Giboulet became violent, and wag re moved to the County Jail for safe keep ing. He will be examined to-morrow for insanity. He is a baker, and has) been employed in some of the leading hotels. ON TASCOTT'S TKAIL. The Detective* Put On Guard train. Hi* Description. The recent excitement regarding the tracking down of Tascott, who murdered Amos D. Snell, the Chicago millionaire, on February 8,1888, has started tbe de tectives on the trail again, and as it is probable that in his wanderings Tascott may reach this part of the country, the following description of him has been furnished to the special officers: "William B. Tascott is from 20 to 22 years of age, 5 feet, 8 or 9 inches high, 150 pounds in weight, giim built, very erect, full round face, heavy eyebrows, very fair complexion, light-brown hair, ■thin on tcp of head, prominent hazel or dark-blue eyes, small mustache (may be dyed). He is quite young looking. His front teeth show gold filling, a line or surface of gold extending along the edge of the two upper front teeth, and is quite prominent. He generally has his hands in his pockets, and has the air of a loafer or person without any particular business or object in view. He ta rather good-looking, his cheeks are red and there is nothing about his ap pearance which would create suspicion of his being a criminal. Shot in right hip, scars on right leg, knee and both elbows. Claims to be a newspaper re porter. Is said to be an expert pool player and will frequent pool rooms. He converses about his travels through the country freely." Regarding the statement that he claims to be a newspaper reporter, it may be mentioned that at the period when" the tragedy occurred he was employed in tbat capacity on the Chicago Times. In point of fact his name waß, the morning after the murder, put down by the city editor of the paper he was workiDg on as one of the five reporters detailed to work up the incidents of the case. A FLOWER FEAST. A Urand Floral Exhibition at lanla rtlonlca. Editor Herald : Among many of our friends, both on this coast and the East, the idea seems prevalent that the sea coast of California is comparatively bar ren. Could such deluded mortals have been present at the feast of flowers in Santa Monica the week past, their views would have changed. For two years past this little city by the sea has taken the first prize at the Flower Festival in Los Angeles. This year the workers obtained the u?e of the new Presbyterian church, not yet completed, and con verted it into a bower of beauty. Still their gardens are by no means depleted, and walking through the streets flowers seem just as plentiful as before. Thursday night the floral ex hibit opened and held court on three evenings, each night having its own programme of merit—literary, musical and social. Entering the vestibule, the decoration on the stige caught the eye, all the arrangement of the palms and other tropical leaves being in threes. On an easel at one tide of the stage was dis played a beautiful silk quilt, the work of the Ladies' Aid Society. An elegant silk shawl was exhibited beside it. This waa a gift to the same society and was to be sold by yores. At both sides of the stage were rose terraces, the queen of flowers growing to perfection in Santa Monica's equable climate. At the booth on the left pinks predominated, and strawberties were sold by fair ladies. To the right a rower of "nothing but leaves" caught the eye. Here fragrant coffee was dispensed. Next a cool, artistic cation, with all the beautieß of ferns, mosses and wild flowera, not even omitting the traditional "Castoria" on iti rocks. Across the way the yellow flowers clus tered around a lemonade well. A purple and white booth, lovely in itself, was made almost irresistible to the purse by its display of art in fancy work for sale. Rontonnieres and confections! Surely, there were never more perfect home made candies, nor prettier bonuuets sold from a lovelier stand! The busiest place oi all was the white abbey, where ice cream was sold. This waa a study in marguerites, . As we took our wraps from the hands of the fair maidens at tho cloakroom, we said, we shall always carry in our memo ries a picture of California's sea coast, not rock-bound, but flower-crowned. "Sojourner." The Wilmington Suicide. The Coroner went down to Wilmington yeeterday and held an inquest on the body of a German by the name of Chris tian Burkley, who committed suicide Fri day afternoon. The witnesses summoned to testify were the man's married daugh ter and a farm-hand. No cause was assigned for the deed. Burkley waa a man of 59 years of age, and the owner of some property in the German colony, which is located several miles from Wilmington. It was at this colony on the farm owned by the old man that the tragedy took place. The daughter heard the report of a gun and summoning the hired man went to the room. Her father waa found lying upon the bed dead. He had placed the barrel of a shotgun in front of hia face and pulled the trigger with his foot. The jury brought in • verdict of suicide. The Parnell Fund. Mr. D. McGarry, treasurer for the Parnell fund, reports the receipts as follows: Amount received ISth March $429 30 Amount received from ttcketi 241 00 BEBSCRIPTIONS PAID SINCE MABCB 18TH. E. F. Spence $100 00 R. Uirvej .10 00 Dr. Deo 25 00 D. M.McGarry ... 25 00 Dillion <fc Keuoaly. 20 00 J. Moriarty 10 00 J. J. Mahonev. 10 00 S. McKinlay 10 00 D. McKinlay 5 00 M. J. Golden 5 00 Rev. Father Hawe 12 00 D. Desmond 5 00 Mr. O'Leary 2 50 Mr. McUatthy 2 50 Total $955 30 Leaa expenae 40 00 Balance on hand $9is 30 Undelivered Telegrams, The following are the telegrams re maining at the Western Union Telegraph office. 6 Court street. April 13th: Mrs. B. M. Graham, Mrs. M. Smith, Miss flattie Carroll, Miss E. Lizzie Chandler, H. C. Sower, Dan D. Donovan.