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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXII.—NO. 21. ArTii'NKM ENTB. TTkaND OPERA HOUSE, Loi Angeles, ■jr H. 0. Wyatt. Lessee and Manager. R. S. Douolab, Associate Manager. ONE WEEK ONLY Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Com mencing Monday eve next, April 22d. - THE EVENT OF THE SEASON - Prodnctiou of Mrs. Francis Hodgson Bur nett's Dramatic Idyl, (now running to crowded houses in Loudon, New York and San Fran cisco. ) LITTLE L4HD FAtIrITLEKUi, WALLIE EDDINOER and FLOSSIE ETHYL Alternating as "Little Lord Fauntleroy," and specially selected company. aTJBr Matinees Wednesday and Saturday "Every mother will like this pretty play."— N. Y. Times. Seats on sale Thursday. April 18th, 10 a. k. Prices, 81.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, and 250. a!7td OS ANGELES THEATER H. O. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager R. S., Douglas, Associate Manager. HOLIDAY rATTRACTIONS. EASTER WEEK. Commencing SUNDAY, ARPIL 21st. BEILII AND WOOD'S NEW BIG SHOW Greatest-all feature show in America. Every act a distinct bit. Direct from Bush-street Theater, San Francisco. The only Specialty Company visiting the Coast thia season that has played to first-class houses at first-class prices. REDUCTION OF PRICES ! Gallery 15c | Balcony 25c Parquet and Dress Circlr 50c Seats npw on sale. a!7-td ( 1 AliF~6RmA _ DIMKIa r UB¥rjM A THEATER THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT! GREAT BILL FOR EASTER WEEK; museum— Amphitheater— JAMES CARR, The BE3BIS WEST, A Re- Strange Albino, who markably Talented mounts ladders, etc., Juvenile Specialty barefooted, the rungs Artist. JwordB keen edged KOBZABT, The Clever LITTLE DOT, The Pre- L y lio Artist, coc.lous. Bewitching, pLUCARD A DANA. Midget Lady, a prime Daring and Intrepid favorite with every- Acrobats aud Gym body, nasts. PROF. THEO. GREIN ER, our Celebrated ED. ARMSTRONG, Bohemian Glass Finished Exponentof Blower, exhibiting Song and Dance. dre,s 8 ° glass" steam 10HN MERRITT, Ver eng'nese" aMle Mtmlc and ART EXHIBIT of a Comedian, collection ol superb JOHN WEST, Ex works of art lv oil, by pounder of the the most famous ar- Ethics of CorkedMln tists. strelsy Doors open from 10 A. k. to 10 r. K. Admission. 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra. QRIENTAL~ART~DIBPLAY. IBKENDER BEY —with A— WONDERFUL COLLECTION —or— AND EUYPTIAN ART!: MATS, RUGS, PORTIERES, TABLE, PIANO AND BED COVERS, DOYLEYB. CURTAINS AND TIDIES. RICH FABRICS OF RARE DESIGN IN HEAVY EMBROIDERY AND BRILLIANT HUES! THE WORKS OF GREAT ARTISTS! TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. NOW ON VIEW AT 38 SOUTH SPRING ST. SEE IT. a 23 3t C. A. SUMNER A CO. TOB aFgKLES THEATER. THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING 2ND MAY, i THE OWL DRAMATIC < 1.1 It i Have the honor to announce a series of three Kerformances, the net proceeds of which will c given to local charitable inttltutions. The followiug ladle j have kindly consented to act as PATRONESSES. Mrs. Gen. Stoneman, Mrs. A. Glassell, Mrs Dan McFarlaud, Mrs. Severance, Mrs. H T. Lee, Mrs. H. G. Newhall, Mrs. Long'treer, Mrs. J. S. Slauson, Mrs. I. N. VanNuys, Mrt. Juana Neal, Tho Bar-.uesa Rogniat, Mrs. Volknmr, Mrs. C. J. Ellis. Mrs. J. A Wills, Mrs. E. F. Spence. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MAY 2D AND 3D, H. J. Byron's Comedy in Three Acts, "OUR BOYS." SATURDAY, MAY 4TH, J. Stirling Coyne's Comedy in Three Acts, "EVERYBODY'S FRIEND." Characters will be sustained by Messrs.Martin Lehmau, C. A. Vogelsang, G. A. Dobiuson, W. E. Pile, W. A. Beymour, Mrs. Wing, Mlsres Mamie Short, Julia Crawford, Josie William-, A. G. Lyford and Grace Austin. Tickets, One Dollar. Reserved soats may be Becured without extra charge st tbe box office, which will open at 10 a. m , Wednesday, May Ist. a 23 JJAZARD'S PAVILION, i FLOWER FESTIVAL. APRIL 16th to 27th Isclubive. THE NATATORIUM. A Swimming Bath, FORT STREET, BET. SECOND AND THIRD, Adjoining New City Hall. Basin 30x84 feet; water heated by steam. Open day and evening; Sundays close at G p. h. Admission, 25c. aud 35c. Plain, hot baths, in fine procolain tubs, at all hours, for ladies or gentlemen, 25c Every Tuesday, from 7to 10 T. m., ladies' and gentlemen's night; no gentle men admitted without a lady. Spectators, free. a9-tf T/lENNA BUFFET, cor. Main and Requenasts. FIRBT-CLASB ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT EVERY EVENING FREE! By the Vienna Ladies' Orchestra, under Miss Julia de Beltran. MRBT CLABB AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. ja2tf PERSONAL. MONEY TO LOAN ON COLLATERAL UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri vate entrance. a 23 2m DIVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A BPEol alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB, At torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. m29-t! GORDAN BROS., 0F~22~8. SPRING ST., 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 REAL ESTATE AT bedrock prices, see T. B. McDONALD, rooms 8 and 9 now Wilson building, corner Spring and First sts. m26-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. ar l Jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Sptlng. a 88 8m HYBIOAL DEVELOPMENT OF WOMEN— Mrs. E. A. Plngree, room 11 Wilson block. alB-lm* OTICE—MEMBERS OF CONFIDKNCE KN glne Company No. 2 are notified to attend a meetiug Tuesday, April 23d, at 8 r. M. sharp, at old hall, No. 6 8. Main st a22-2t* EALING THROUGH FAITH lif JKsUS— The Rev. John Alex. Dowie and Mrs. Dowie will conduct a fourteen days' mission in Tem perance Temple, cor. Fort and Temple sts., Los Angeles, from Lord's Day, April 28th. Farticu lars of mission programme In future advertlie .meats. "Christ Is all." s2l 5t LOST AND FOUND. T'^oro^gFly TKlial(le™union LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Main st. Private entrance. 133 3nt frunt knees sprained, "a" mi side, piece cutoutol under lip. Leave word at 3CRIVER & QUINN, 52 N. Main st a 23 2» OST—Hd REWARD-AT OR NEAR HOTEL Nudeau. a lady's small oval watch charm, containing 3 small diamonds and 3 small pearls. Finder return to office of Hotel Nadeau and get reward. a 23 3t WAPtTMI—If 111, I*. ~~" : IT you need ■ OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Private entrance. in 23 3m WANTED— A PERSON WHO CAN MAKE A . yeast tbat will brew beer. Address J. T., box 50, Herald office. a 23 2* j WANTED—MALE HELP. LIBERAL COMMISSIONS TO YOUNG MEN j pushing our city trade. Apply from Bto 12 a. m.. 17 California Bank Bnlldlng. a22-3t» "WANTED—FEMALE HELP. ; LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring a 23 2m WAN'f FID— MiBNTS. ffi7K T0 * 250 A MONTH CAnTj'e MADE «9 I ti working for us. Agents preferred who | can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies In towus and cities. B F. JOHNSON A CO., 1,009 Main st, \ Richmond, Va. N. B.—Ladles employed also. Never mind about sending stamp for reply C<.me quick. You-s for biz. B. F. J.&Co. wanted's iT vat io Si»T-f eSia iTfTT W~^2St£d^\^U)6\n "ani) daug"Ster, , position to tske entire charge of widow er's or geuteman'uhouselioid; bothtaoroughly domestlcated, accomplished and acctißtomed to teaching. Address B. 8., Box 80, Herald. a2l at* WAN TED—ItIISCELLAN/.WI S. i near Alhambra San Gabriel or Florence j depots. C B. W., Herald office. al7-7t* WANTED— TO OCX OF GKcFeFiel from $300 to $300, at a fair discount, i 39 Davis st, cor. of Hewitt. a 23 3* i ANTED—SO HORSES TO BOARD BYThE ' month; cheap Btable; brick, fireproof | building; everything first-clars. Apply to IXL i Stable, 728 S. Main Rt. Tele. 751. a 23 lm* ' WANTED— CHILDREN TO BOARD IN THE country. For particulars call at No. 32 , Philadelphia St.. or 181!) Carlisle st. a! 8 11* I FOR" RE NT- - KOOITIS . Ijioit KENT—UNFURNISHED ROOmITTn THE I ' Norton Block, suitable for light housekeep ing, cor. Seventh aud Hill sts. a2l-lm i OK RENT —AT THE LAK&VILLK, FuF- , nished or unfurnished rooms by the day, . wceV, or month; also for housekeeping, from i ¥1.25 to $3 per week; beds. 25c tosoc.per 1 night. 17 audl9E. Fifth st. Newly furnished; I everything neat and clean. A. E. SHEPHERD, manager. a23tf i FOR RENT—HOLSES. ' Grand Avenue. Inquire at No 35 alllm* ! OR RENT— IIT. i Inquire at 111 st. Hill. a 23 2* FOR REN I—HOUSES AND MOKES —ALL . p tits city; long lh>t: can examine free. L. ' A. RENTAL AGENCY, 1 N. Fort St. m2B lm* j lilOR RENT—A~HOITSE OF To ROOMS AND , 1 bath; furniture for sale at a bargain 21 W. Third St., bet. Spring aud Main. a22-3t* for" RUNT—MTOHES ArVD UOOJfIS. . I location. Shelving complete. Address H. , KROEGER, Anaheim. a9-tf ! FOR RENT—nitCJBAX,ANBOUS. ! FMR^^T—LIV^^ F 1 and Sin Pedro. Inquire at office Depot R. i R. Co., cor. Second and Vine. a2l tf . FOR RENT—BUILDING FuiTABLE ] for manufacturing purpose: can furnish j steam to parties desiring it. Apply to L. A. Soap Co., 54 Banning St. al9 7* FOR SALE. j ilif'uTjßTjDEEMllD pXeDGKs! ' UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. a 23 2m I TOR SALE—S, 10; 20 and 100 acre tracts ! with water stock. Address H. KROEGER, Anaheim. a9-lf j FOX SALE—JEWEIKY FIXTURES COSTING < $1,200 for $400, aud a small stock of jew elry; must be sold at once at 304 N. Main st. n2i-:jt* OR BALK—BY •nnc'EXEOUToITs OF THE • estste of Reml Nadeau, that desirable property on the southeast corner of Olive J and Fifth sts., fronting the City Park, having a • frcntage of 90 feet on Olive aud 165 on Fifth Also, adjoiuing the above lot on Filth st, 07x120 feet. For prices apply to 9. B. CAS- i WELL, Executor. m26-lm t FUR SALE—City Property. ] 1 or near Figueroa and Grand aye. a specialty. ] E. J. VALENTINE, office Figueroa and Brook- 1 lyn. al9 7* 1108 SALE—B6SO, CHEAP LOT AND NEW house of 3 rooms; all fenced; for $500, if taken within 3 days. luqaire first house Coop er st„ near Santa Fe aye. a 23 It FiiOß SALK-7,000 RED AND BLUE GUM J? trees, pines and other evergreens; 500 palms, roses, etc., »t lowest price. Call at HOFFMAN'S NURSERY, Washington Heights, Alrarado st,, north of Temple; or address P.O. Station D. a2l-6t» i OR SALE—ONBOFTHE FINEST BLOCKS j in South Pasadena, 320 feet square: plenty of trees; water; 2 houses, bam, etc.; good loca tion for physician or druggist; price cheap and terms easy. For particulars address J. J. j BUEHLER, 143 E. First St., Los Angeles. a 2 lm . OR SALE OR EXCHaNUK-ONK OF THE finest houses in Pasadena; a residence of 12 rooms, all mod. ru improvements; lot con taining X of an acre, covered with fine fruit and shade trees, shrubbery etc. Cost $17 000; will sacrifice for cash, or will take irom to X in good a"rea*e or other property. Address J. L Box 346, Pasadena a!7-7t FOR SALE—Country Property. TO~LBA3E—WE WILL t lease 10.000 acres first-class grazing land for the season for $500. Will carry over*6oo cattle. BIMI LAND AND WATER COMPANY, 19 W. First at. m24-lm nioß SALE-COUAiTRY STORE DOING A Jj good business and located in one of the thriftiest raisin growing districts in San Diego county, Chenpand "n essy terms; reason lor selling given on application. Address A. J. CAMPBttLL, Dehcsia, Ssn Diego county, Cal. a2l 7t rpHE NEW HALL LAND A ND FARMING 00. X offer for sale FARMING, FRUIT AND GRAZING LANDS in lots to suit. Horses and mules for alt purposes. Stallions and jncks for breeding. Cattle, bay aud grain. F >r information, tertr.s, etc., apply at or ad dress the company's offices in San Francisoo— New'jall—Los Angele*. n2l-l.lt TO EX4IHAIMUE. c!-.angc for diamond* and jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m TO EXCHANGE— THE BEST BANTA ANA and San Fernando Valley lands for first class Eastern city or farm property. Address owner, room 6. Allen block. Lot Angeles. a!2tf ANTED—STOCKS Of"mEB."cHANDIBE~OF any kind in exchange for good, clear lots and acres. Will pay some cash. Communica tions confidential. Adaress, G., Box SO, this office. m 24 /TaIYfORNIA AND EASTERN PROPERTY Yj to exchange. T. B. McDONALD, rooms 8 aed 9 new Wilson building, corner Spring and First sts. a22tf BUSINESS CHANCES hundred dollars; the right man oan secure the city agency for one of the standard Type writers. Address C. W. L., 208 8. Main st a 33 2* oT¥ais-b^laclcBmi7l shop. Flenty of work; on account of other business will sell cheap. Inquire at place of busings, Bsn Gabriel, of MICHEL ST. PAUL. a2O 8" TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 23, 1889. FINANCIAL. _ OIWJf LOANED ON COLLATERAL: THOR- J._ oughly reliable. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring Private entrance. |"a 23 2m MONEY TO LC_N IN SUMS TO SUIT. F. C. ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. _ a2tf ONEY TO~LOAN~IN ANY~BUM. CORKER A LAY NO, 10 8. Spring st. m3l lm MONEY TO LOAN IN BUMB TO SUIT. L. SCHMIDT, No. 16 3. Spring at. m3O lm MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY SUMS TO SUIT. J. M. FORNEY, 18 S. Fort St. B2 lm' OMIT TO LOAM ON IMPROVED PROP erty. POMEROY & GATES, 16 Court st aiatf ___ ONEY TO LOAN—CITY OR COUNTRY property. J. B. Lankershlm, 336 S. Main St. a 23 lm ______ _K/i I\i IVVTO~i7eNi77n BUMS TO SUIT. 3)OU.UUU B- W. FOINDEXTER, 19 W. First m 27 lm 0 LOAN—SEVERAL SUMS FROM $1,000 toUO.OOO. W. R. BURKE, 55 N. Spring. aIB lm OMKY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER 4 HARRIS, attoraeys-at-law, 78 Temple block. a 22tf MONEY TO LOAN—IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON gilt edved security. W. S. WATERS, room 2,117 New High st. aI J_!L. OLLATERAL ' TO~ LOAN MONEY ON. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri vate entrance. a 23 2m (_T-|"rt I^7a7tTa" TO LOAN — A J. VIELE, BJ.UVtVUU 10*8 I, Wilson blook. oor. First and Srring m3otf _ 1 AAA AAA'to loan on real- ES _II,UUIJ>UUI/ tate. SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 40 8. Main st. al7 tf_ OTTO BRODTBECK, ROOMS 20 AND 21, Schumacher block. No. 7 N. Spring St. Money to loan on Improved city property. s2ltf ONEY TO LOAN —ON FIRST - CLABB mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER, Room 9, Baker Block, Los Angeles. a9tf ONE* TO LOAN" ON PIANOS AND organs withont removal, collateral and personal property of all kinds. Addrera P. 0. box 156, olty. m24-lm* WANTED— TO~ BORROW $2,000 ONGOOD realty worth $9,000, Improved, will 8 per cent, net; no agent need apply. Address GEO. H. RICE, University P. 0., Los Angeles, Oal. a 23 5t -TlVll Tb~s~so,bod TO LOAN AT reasonT ©ll/IJ ble rales. LOS ANGELES REAL ES TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C. FLOURNOY, Secretary, 1 N. Fort st a 6 lm i IRAWFORD A MccREERY, ROOM 10, OVER lyLos Angeles Natioual Bank. Loan 150 to $50,000. short term loans a specialty. Bny notes, mortgages aud contracts. a2otf from $25 to $1000 on real estate, notes, mortgages, pianos, collateral, and personal property of all kinds. E. L. BUCK, rooms 31 and 32.Wilson block. al9tf $1,000,000 LIAMS. attorney-at-law, Sale Deposit building, cor. Temple and New High sts., Los Angeles, agent for San Francisco and Eastern capitalists. astf MONEY TO LOAN—SAVE RENT, JOIN THB Home Building Association. Build your self a home and pay for it on the installment plan. For information apply to M. C. WKBT BROOK, Secretary, room 87, Phillips block, Bpringßt. mlo 5m ONEY TO LOAN IN ANY DESIRED s mount on Improved city and country real estate. Collateral or commercial paper at cur rent rates. Stocks, bonds and other securities bought and sold on commission. NEUSTADT APIRTLE, 10 8. Fort. Will move May Ist to Burdlck building, Second snd Snrlne sts. A3 lm EXCURSIONS. LKAVE LOS Angeles every Wednesday; Pullman tourist cars, fully equipped, to Omaha and Kansas City. Call or address JOHN CLARK, 51 N. Spring st. minim AND WEST, BEMI- U monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas) City and Chicago. FREE sleeping accommoda tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply* to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring st., Los An gelea. |al2tf ENVEB AND RIO GRANDE AND BOCK Island route excursions will leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Pullman tourist cars elegantly equipped. Call on or addres, F. W. THOMPBON, 110 N. Spring st. a3-tf AL , rEß¥'"B¥l_CT EXCURSIONS TO ALL points East Throngh 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 Angeles. m 25 ABASH ROUTE — EXCURSIONS LEAVE Los Angeles every week. Pullman tourist sleepers furnished completi. Excursions to Paris May 6th and June 10th. Through cars to New York. Call or address J. A. GRANGER, 17 N. Spring st. m 26-1 m I nXCDBBIONB—PHILLIPS' SBLECTEXCUB- U slons, personally conducted, with through Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars completely eouipptd from Los Angeles to Boston and New York City without change. Next parties leave April 10th 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 Angeles, Cal m27-tf IriXCURSIONS TO ALL li points East, via Salt Lake City and Denver, (spending Sunday in Salt Lake City,) leave April 11th, 25t.h, May 9th, 23(f Pull man tourist cars completely equipped. Call upon or ad dress J. B. Quigley, agent, 112 North Spring street. alO-tf OUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH excursions to New York, Boston aud Phila delphia. Pullman's new tourist cars with ladies dressing room and lavatory; stoves with im proved heaters for making tea and coffee; com plete Pullman's equipment of bedding, in cluding bed linen, toilet accessories, etc.; uniformed colored porters; B. P. Co.'s party managers go through to New Orleans, thence to Boston and Philadelphia. But one change of cars (in Union Depot) at Ciaicnnntl. The Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route throngh the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir mingham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, etc. Quick time, direct connections. Excursions leave Loa Angeles March 28th: April lltn;May 2d, 16th and 30th; June 13tb snd 27th; July llth, 1889. For further particulars call on or write any of the agencies of the SOUTH ERN PACIFIC COMPANY in Southern California, orC. F.SMUKR, Assistant General Passenger Agent Bouthern Paciflo Company, No. 202 N. Main St., Los Angeles, OaL a! 3 5m EOl .'CATION tt. H~~TbvTriS~_ILIT ATTY~A_VDE^d : Y7~COK ner Sixth and Hill sts., opposite postonice. ni3l tf T;HE LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Music. No. 406 S. Main st. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE. President. NELLIE T. BOYNTON, VOCAL TEACHER. Voice building taught from a purely scien tific basis. Room 0, P. O. block, Fort st. a3lm* ST. MATTHEW'B HALL, SAN MATEO, CAL A Church School for boys; 23rd year. REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER. M. A., Principal. fl9-2m* IGHT BCHOOL-_OS ANGELES BUSINESS College and English Training School. 38 40 and 42 S. Main st. uear Second. D. B. WIL LIAMS, Prin. a 18U LOB ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 S. Main st., near Second. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, Pricu [SOt _T. HILDA'S HALL OF GLENDALE — A IO 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. m 27« WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND — SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 South Spring Street, Los Angelea, Oal SESSIONS DAT AND BVKNINO. For particulars, call at office or address. sHO-ly F. 0. WOODBURY. Principal. PAWNBROKER. THOROUGHLY BELIABLE. PRIVATE EN trance. UNION LOAN OFFICE. 17 N. Spring. a232m REOUEAR PHYSICIANS* If A. DE CAILHOL, M. _S"_uSl 0 J. tarium. Pearl, south ol Temple. Telephone W*. sl-tf DB DARLING OCULIST AND AURIST Offloe 25 North Msin St Office Honrs. 9A. H. to 4 p. a. tltf-dAw DR. CHAS. DE BZIGETH Y. OFFICE AND residence. 31 Its. Main st. Telo. 1,050 tf DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN tU tors' Hospital; 7K N. Main at.. looma 1,2 and 3. Telephone 116. m27tf A B. LANOLBY, ELECTRIO PHYSICIAN, . cor. Second and Los Angeles sts. Electrical treatment, baths and massage. m3O lm DB. C. E. OLACIUB HAS" REMOVED_IS offloa from 75 N. Spring to 41 S. Spring st. Honrs from 11 a. tt. to 2r. M. Specialty-Sex ual and skin diseases, chronic diseases in gen etal- m24tf DR. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUB -Ist, 107 8. Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a. m. to 12 M. and 2to »' m24tf DB. L, GOLDSCHMIEDT—GENERAL PRAC .„,A io °- 23 8 - Spring, room 12; telephone, 1019. Residence, "Emerson," 415 8. Olive; telephone, 1054. m2tf YfRS. D~R. jTM7BMrTH (FOBMERLY MRsT ill C. E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Bellovue aye. Ladies oared lor dnrinq confinement. Midwifery a specialty. ■m2B-6m DR. WEST HUGHEB7fo"rMKR RESIDENT Burgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur gery (Including genito-nrinary diseases! and diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. apringst. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. m24tf HANNON A TURPIN, PHYBICIANB AND surgeons. Office, 218HS.8pringst. Rooms 3 arid 4. Telephone 1028. J. Haunon. M. D., 1495 8. Main. Tel. 573. T. J. Turpln, M. D , 648 8. Olive. Tel. 1029 a!9lm M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. U., M. O. P. 8. •0. Specialist in diseases of tho head, throat and chest, 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 Soring srreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, from 9 a M to 4 p. M. HOiTIEOPATIIISTS. EA. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE AND RESI . dence, 24 3. Spring st. Hours 1 to 4 r. tt. Telephone 353. al4 DRB. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 IT. Spring st., Loa Angeles, Cal. Office hours, 8 to 12 M., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 r. m. Dr. Boynton's residence, 735 Olive St. ml9tf TBAAC FELLOWS, M. H^J_ExTp^T— BT X Office Hours—ll to 12 a. tf., 2 to 5 r. if.. Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd FeUows' Building, Los Angeles, OaL Residence 408 Bouth Main street. a9-tf. 8. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMUSPATHIBtI • Office, rooms 11 and 12. Bryson blook. cor. First aud Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pearl st. Office hours, 11 A. k. to Bp. it. Telephone Nos.: Office 697: residence 577. m24tf UENTISTS. St., McDonald blook. als-tf DB. W. H. MASSES HAS REOPENED HIB dental office in rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. Second and Fort sts. j3O-tf REMOVED. DR. L. W. WELLB, 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 San Francisco, and Dr. casson Mac Donald, of Philadelphia, assistants. ft 10m * DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING C_ street, Rooms 4 and 5. Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalised air or nitrons oxide gas, 91. Teeth extracted without gas or air, 50 cents. Best sets of teeth from 86 to $10. By our new method of making teeth, a misfit is Impossible. All work guaranteed. We make a specialty of extracting teeth with out pain. Office Honrs from BA. m., to Sp. m. Sundays from 10 A. tt. to 12 m. Night oalls answered office aB-tf ATTORNEYS. len block, cor. Spring and Temple sts.mlitf B. HOTCHKISsTaTTORNKY, BOOMS - 8 . and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New High and Temple sts. al7tf ARCHITECTS. 3 and 4, Downey block, Los Angolea. a22tf WELCOME LODGE. K. OF H„ NO. 3342- Meets Tuesday evenings at room 45, Cali fornia Bank Building. 0C. _ F7. GUARDIAN COUNCIL. NO. 90— . Regular meeting first and third Fridays, at Pythian Castle. 24 8. Spring St. MISCELLANEOUS. State Loao aad Tut Co. Brysou-Bonebrako Building. Capital w i,000,000. DIRECTORB: George H. Bonebrake, President. John Bryson and E. F. Spence, Vice-Presidents. H. C. Witmer, L. N. Breed, W. G. Coohran, H. J. Woollacott, P. M. Greeu, L. W. Dennis, Samuel B. Hunt, Secretary. We act as trustees for corporations, syndicates snd estates. Loan money on choice real estate and collaterals. Keep choice securities for sale. Pay interest on time deposits. Have safety de posit vaults equal to any in the United States Rent boxes at reasonable rates. astf WALTON & WACHTEL Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FUHISHTURB OF ALL KINDS, At. Lowest Foßßi/blB Rates. 814, 3IS and 318 South Spring St. Bet Third and Fourth Sts. m 0-tf Storaare and Commlsalon. , FOR FINE BUGGIES —AUD— CARRIAGES —80 TO— H. GIESE, THK FABM IHPLKVIKT DIALIB. 44 to 48 N. Los Angeles st. Loa Angeles, H7R GREGORY & CO. 11l N. I.on Angeles St., Boilers, Engines, Steam Pumps, OTTO OAS ENUINES, —AND— General Power Machinery. Agents for "HINKLE" PATKNT PASSENGER AND FREIGHT ELEVATORS. Correspondence SoUoited. als 2r- FOR SALE, BY TH« STEARNS RANOHOS CO., BANCHOS LAS BOLBAB, LA BOLBA CHICA, SAN JUAN CAJON DE SANTA ANA LA HABRA and LOS COYOTES, 83,000 Acrea in the best part of Santa An Valley, adapted to oranges, vineyard, alfalfa" grszlng and general farming purposes. To be sold in quantities toaulton easy terms South ern Pacific and Santa Fe Railroads through the tract. Artesian water. Norwalk.Fullerton, 1 Anaheim, Westminster, and other towns are situated in these ranohos. For full Information address R. J. NORTHAM, Sole Arm.., Baker Blook, Loa Angeles, or at Anaheim I m 29 tuAfrl lm THE FLOWER FEAST. All of the Booths Renovated and Rearranged A SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. Notes Gathered About the Buildiug;. List of Visitors—To-night's Attendance. In the interval between Saturday- and yesterday a great many flowers bloomed in tbe gardens abont the city and made it jiossible for the entire rearrangement of the booths at the Flower Festival yesterday. A general call had been is sued for flowers, and they were gener ously responded to, so tbat tbe ladies and their assistants had plenty of ma terial to work with. The redecoration of thb booths kept them busy until night fall, and the result was most charming when viewed by the artificial light at night. There was a very large attend ance last night, drawn tiiere by the an nouncement that the tableaux, "Le gends from many lands," would be given on tbe stage, and by the knowledge that the scent of the flowers would not be the same that they had in haled during the first nights of the season. The weather was also pleasant, and this brought out many who other wise would have stayed at home. The ladies in the various booths had their time fully occupied in attending to the wishes of their many friends, and especially was this so of those in the ice cream, lemonade and soda water booths. Mrs. Brainerd Smith, Mrs. Gerard, Mrs. Quesnal, Mrs. M. E. Abbott in the soda water booth; Miss Penny, Miss Worth, Miss Leachman, Miss Starkey, Miss Lynch, Miss Elsie Bosbyshell, Miss Pearley and Miss Healey in the lemon ade booth; Mn. H. C. Austin, Mrs. J. C. Newton, Mrs. William Furguson, Miss Fifield, Misa A. D. Brown, Mrs, J. H. Clsrkson, Mrs. M. Atchison, Mrs. Grant, Misa May Newton, Miss Grace Heimer, Miss Nettie Keiger, Mrs. Mamie Cheesboro, Mrs. Agenta MuK.ee, Miss Leota McKee, Miss May Heiman, Miss Eva Ferries, Miss Lizzie Sturgis, Miss Eva Sutton, Miss Cora Wise, Miss Charlotte Newhall, Miss Gertrude Hutton, Miss Augusts Flentjen, Miss Clara Newton, Miss Bertha Cronkite, Miss Mattie L. Shaff ner, Miss Lizzie Oliver, Mrs. West, Mies Daisy Austin, Mrs. Williamson Dunn, Miss Gertrude Finney and oth ers in tbe ice cream booth found them selves very busy all evening in giving the proper attention to those who patron ized their wares. The Philharmonic booth, newly decorated, attracted more than usual attention, owing to the excel lence of its decorations, and the rose booth, as usual, came in for its share of praise. THE TABLEAUX. The tableaux which had been ar ranged with the greatest care, and had been in rehearsal For a long time, were a decided success. The first was taken from "Lalla Rookh." In the foreground the company of travelers part on the shore of the River of Stars; to the right the royal barge containing Lilla Rookh ' and Feramorz; to the left the boats con taining Fadladeen and the ladies of 1 honor. At the close of each verse of the poet's song an inner tableau was die- 1 closed. The first inner tableau was the , unveiling of the Mokanne. Tben came the death of Hinda, and the piece came i to a conclusion with the Paradise and the , the Peri. The characters were sustained by Miss Lulu Kimbal, as Lalla Rookh, , Mr. T. Rowan, as Feramorz, and Mr. G. ' Cochrane, as Fadladeen, while ladies of honor, attendants, slaves and boatmen were supplied ad libitum. Tne second tableau was from Lohen grin, and graphically represented the following pictures: Scene 1. —Lohengrin's arrival in answer to Elsa's prayer. Scene 2. —Procession to the minister. Scene 3. —Elsa, unfaithful to her prom ise, is to lose Lohengrin. The time al lotted has arrived, and the swan boat hearer has oome to carry him away. Lohengrin bids her farewell and then prays that,as a reward for his faithfulness, Elsa's brother, who is suffering enchant ment, may be released. His prayer is answered, and the dove descending con veys the magic chain, which Lohengrin throwing in the river, restores the young prince to his father and sister. The characters were well sustained as follows: "Henry the Fowler" Mr. J.Carter "Lohengrin," Knight of the Grail .Mr. W. E. Pile "Elsa of Brabrant" Miss Florence Perry "Duke Godfrey," her brother.. Arthur Widney "Frederick of Telramund".. .Mr.E. E. Danforth "Ortrud," his wife Mrd E. Danforth Ladies of Honor—Miss Alice Whitney, Mrs Paris, Misses Robinson, Mac Russell and others. Counts and Nobles, Pages, attendants. The third tableau carried one back to ,the early days of English chivalry. It 'illustrated that only the man of perfect life could acquire the gift of the Holy Grail, aud the tableau disclosed Sir Galahad receiving consecration for his pilgrimage. At the close of tbe vision there appeared the angel protectors of Sacred Cup. The characters were repre sented as follows: Sir Galahad Mr . M. Morrill Priest Mr. Pern Johnson Angel Mrs Connell Cherubs. ~ May and Belle Wiley and Geitrude Connell King Arthur Mr. J. Carter Queen Guinevere Miss Mac Russell The fourth tableau was a scene from the legend of Thor, representing the at tack of the God of Thunder upon the home of the Snow Maid, whose only weapons were song and light, but whose spell overcame Thor and bis followers. Mr. J. H. Kerr sustained the character of Thor. The fifth and last tableau represented "The Wedding of the Adriatic." It de picted Venice, gay with the opening of the Carnival. Flower girls were shown, throwing their blossoms among the gazers, while the Doge performed the ceremony which was to unite the bride to the sea, closing with the casting of the maiden from the royal ship into the arms of the blue bridegroom. The bride waa represented by Miss Isabel Sepulveda. THK BOOTHS. The ladies in charge had worked very hard during the day on the booths, and the result of their labors waa quite ap parent. Everything was fresh and neat, and it might be said that it waa an en tirely different show, aa there waa not a FIVE CENTS. flower in position' that had been there during the opening week. Nowhere waa this more Apparent than at the Whittier booth. Those in charge, determined to sustain the reputation they had earned during the opening week, had worked to great advantage, and tbe pleasant scene attracted tt host of admiring visitors. The interior decorations of the stand had been re arranged, and the Quaker hat and bon net were decorated in different styles to those hitherto seen. The Philharmonic Booth presented another instance of love's labor. Mr*. E. F. Kubel, aided by Mr. and Mrs. Duy.Mrs. Payne and her energetic corpa of assistants, labored incessantly during the day, and however tired they niay have been when night came on, they must have been amply rewarded by the comments of admiration which fell from the lips of the passers-by aa they surveyed the entrancing scene. The dome haa undergone a complete transformation— last week it waa of calla lillies, now it is of fresh, luxuriant palms. The Sierra Madre stand was more at tractive than ever, for a canon, down which water rippled, had been added to the mountain picture, which, true to nature, well represented the glories of the mother mountains in verdant spring time. The revolving dome at the top of Wilson's Peak attracts a good deal of at tention, and Ihe whole thing may be classified as one of the most successful exhibits in the hall. The rose booth was, of coarse, the cen tre of attraction. Mr. and Mra. Burn ham have not worked in vain on thia exhibit, for it is unanimously acknowl edged to be the finest display of the kind ever brought together here. Among the many contributors to the stand yester day were the following; Mrs. Strauss, 40 varieties; Mrs. Dr. Murphy, of Boyle Heights, 30 varieties; Mrs. D. C. Hough, 10 very choice varieties; Mr. Becket, of Ranchito, the first magnolia sent in this year; Mr. At wood, Boyle Heights, a large and beautiful ex hibit; Mrs. Hearer, Boyls Heights, 85 varieties; Mrs. F. Q. Story,Alhambra, 50 varieties; Mrs. Kate Spear, East Loa Angeles, 75 varieties; Mra. J. W. Ander son, Alhambra, 10 very fine varieties; Mrs. Gibbs, of Vernon, her usual 71 varieties; Mrs. W. J. Brown, 5 beautiful varieties; Mrs. Campbell Johnston, Gar vanza, 10 fine varieties. THB VISITORS. Among the many visitors last night were: Col. A. H. Denker and family, Mrs. J. P. Moran, Mr. D. W. Field and daughter, Mr. H. Hammel and family, Mr. A. Wilberforce, Mr. Al Jones, Mr. D. M. True, Mr. Grier son, General Grankenfield and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. Prager, Dr. Crocker, Mr. Frank Bradshaw, Miss Rose Jr., Miss Edwardß, Judge J. D. Bicknell, Prof. U. S. Glick, Mrs. Noyes, ex-Mayor Toberman, the Misses Draper, Mr. R. McGregor, Miss Louisa Jones, Dr. J. J. Choate. Mr. L. N. Breed and wife, Dr. Gresham, Miss Amelia Grosser, Misa Culver, Dr. Cantine and wife. Mr. Ham burger, Mr. Van Der Kloot of San Diego, Gen. E. P. Johnson, Mr. C. Alberger, Prof. Schrader, Prof. How land, Misa Cora Latham of lowa, Miss Rose Har bin, Dr. Pattee and wife, Mrs. Dr. Baker, the Misses Gavitt, Mr. Norman J. Knt ler, Misß Fairbanks, Major Furrey, Mr. Conley, Messrs. G. F. Herr, S. Corbin, Bull and W. G. Killebrew ef Kentucky, and Mrs. and Miss Otis. NOTES. Nearly $500 was take a in at the door last night. Forty varieties of rosea were donated by Miss Daisy Fox, of East Los Angeles. There ts a full, fresh supply at the Bul bous Booth, including six varieties of cactus. Miss A. Severns was in the Kindergar ten booth again last night, looking aa charming as ever. The Candy Booth deservedly does a big business. The wares are good, cheap and courteously tended. Mr. and Mrs. Brainerd-Smith are doing excellent work at the Soda Booth, and are the mainstays of that institution. Mrs. J. W. Batcheller, of Fruitland, and Mrs. J. A. Austin, of Santa Monica, sent in liberal contributions of flowers yesterday. The famous Bird of Paradise flower, or etrellezia, is still as fresh as when first gathered, for the old yellow petals drop and the new ones spring out at the same time. Among the many contributors of flow ers yesterday were Mrs. Threlkeld aud Mrs. Littleboy, of Boyle Heights, Mr. Frank Phillips, of East Los Angeles, Mrs. E. G. Foord, Mrs. J. B. Newton and Mr. Ranz. The Woman's Exchange has been generously patronized all along. There has been a great accession of goods. Chamois leather goods in great variety, table covers in Japanese cord on satin finish Canton flannel, exquisite yellow India silk drawn work, Japanese mat ting fire screens, newspaper bags, etc.; preserved fruits, pickles, plain and sweet, sachets of the orange blossom, souvenirs of Southern California, band cared manzanita and orange-wood paper cutters, mahogany and red wood picture frames, sketching cases ana exquisite hand-worked Spanish shawls, several of which have already sold; sewing bags, pillows of orange, pine, eucalyptus, etc.; hand-painted China, delicately made Indian baskets, made for hats for the Klamath Indians, but util ized as work-baskets by purchasers; book-marks of the most delicate wild flowers of the neighborhood; silver and gold ferns from tbe canons, mounted on satin ribbon; very finely painted bolting cloth handkerchief cases, bam erg, etc. In fact, no one should turn from tbe Ex chrnge without some purchased article, for there is variety enough to suit every taste. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. The following programme haa been ar ranged for to-night: CONCERT BY SKVBNTH RXOIHBNT BAND. A. G. Bartlett, Director. 1. March—"Flambeaux" Seolton Clark 2. Mexican Danoe— "La Media Noohe" , Jote Avilet 3. Walt»-"The Poa'illon" Farbaeh 4. March—"Guide Right" . V. Ph. .Sousu 5. Ballad, _uKfnW."i Mr. C. Conner. 6. Overture—"College Sonaa," ... Then. Meet 7. March—"Flower Festival" »'. t. Metal Dedicated to the ladles of the Flower Festival. 8. Comic Piece—"Funeral March of a 'Marionei' CAo» Uounod 9. Overture—"A Hunt in the Ardennes." Marie 10. March—"Mllitalre" C. M. Kirchrie 11. Ballad—"1 Would That My Lov»" Mendelttohn 12. Walts—"Home, Sweet Home" Flower festival. Calla fo pinks, pansies, rose, geran ium leaves daily, aud purple flowers fer Tuesday.