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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXII.—NO. 23. AMUSEMENTS. TTRikiuroplEßA^ VT H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. R. B. Douglas, Associate Manager. THIS WEEK. Saturday Matinee Only. On this Thursday evening both WALLIE EDDINQER and FLOSSIE ETHYL Will appear as LITTLE LORD FAIMTLEBOY, Wallie Eddinger in first act and part of second. Flossy Ethyl In part of second and third act. Acknowledged by the entire pre«s of London, Now York. Boston and San Francisco as the sweetest play ever produced. Seats now on sale. 1 ricet, *1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c., and 25c. a!7td . 1 HAND OPERA HOUSE. IT H. O, Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. R. 8. Douglas, Aoting Manager. THE MONARCHS OF MINSTRELSY. WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 29. UOOBVEAB, COOK A DILLON'S REFINED MINSTRELS. The dynamo from whioh til rivals receive their supply. Eight funny end men: ten artisticclog dancers; th o famous Bay State Sextette; twenty five minstrel kings. Notable among whom are: Mr. Chas. W. Good year, America's comedian; Mr. Geo. H. Ed wards, tho greatest negro dialect comedian ; Mr. Ellsworth Cook, the celebrated male soprano; tbe Bros. Diliion. actors, authors snd dancers: Welby A Petri, In waltz and schottlsche clogs; Loecu Bros., the banjo wizards; Mr. Ben. Mow att, the only club-swlrg. r on earth, and three Nichol Bros., jremier brother actors. Refinement is our motto. Unrivaled band and orchestra. Metcblesa street parade at noon. Watch fcr the white silk hats. Regular Prices. Seats on sale Thursday, April 25th. s2*_ LOS ANGELES THEATER. H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager R. S. Douglas, Associate Manager. HOLIDAY rATTRACTIONS. EASTER WEEK. Commencing SUNDAY, ARPIL 21st. KEILLY AND WOOD'S NEW BIG SHOW Greatest-all feature show in America. Every act a distinct hit. Direct from BUSH-STB itT TIIKATSR, SAN FRANCISCO. The only Specialty Company visiting the Coast this season that has played to first-class houses at first-class prices. REDUCTION OF PRICES : Gallery 15c | Balcony 25c Parhuit and Dress Circle 50c Seats now on sale. a!7-td QALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM <* THEATER THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT! GREAT BILL FOR EASTER WEKK: Museum— Amphitheater— JAMES CARR, The BESSIK WES!', A Re- Strange Albino, who markably Talented mounts ladders, etc., Juvenile Specialty barefooted, the rungs Artist. swoTds kee " 6dged ROBZ ART, The Clever LITTLE DOT, The Pre- LTrio Artist. cpclocs i Bewitching, KLUCARD & DANA, ; Midget Lady, a prime Daring and Intrepid , favorite with every- Acrobats and Gym- i body. nasts PROF. THEO. GRIIN ER, our Celebrated ED. ARMSTRONG, Bohemian Glass Finished Exponentof Blower, exhibiting Song and Dance. , his gorgeous glass innM MI ,p ITT v „ r . i dreßS. glass steam JOH ,Ii- m,™.! 1 .Va engines, etc. ° ART EXHIBIT or a Comedian, collection of superb JOHN WEST, Ex- i works of art in oil, by pounder of the the moat famous ar- Ethics of CorkedMin tists. strelsy Doors open from 10 a. si. to 10p.m. Admission, 10c. Reserved seats 100. extra. qrieljtaTTart display. iskendrr bey —WITH a— WONDERFUL COLLECTION —or— i PERSIAN AND EGYPTIAN ART! : MATS, RUGS, PORTIERES, TABLE, PIANO AND BED COVERS, DOYLEYS, CURTAINS AND TIDIES. RICH FABRICS OF RARE DEBIGN 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. 523 3t C. A. SUMNER A CO. T OS ANGELES THEATER. THREE "NIGHTS, BEGINNING 2ND MAY, ; THE OWL DRAMATIC CLUB j Have the honor to announce a series of three performances, the net proceeds of which will be given to local charitable Institutions. Tho following ladles have kindly consented to act as PATRONESSES. Mrs. Gen. Stonemau, Mrs. A. Glassell, Mrs. Dan McFarland, Mrs. Severance, Mrs. H T. Lee, Mrs. H. G. Newhall, Mrs. Long'treet, Mrs. J. S. Slausou, Mrs. I N. Van Nuys, Mrs. Juaua Neal, The Baroness Rognlat. Mrs. Volkmnr, 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, I'OVB BOYS." SATURDAY, MAY 4TH, J Stirling Coyne's Comedy In Three Aota, " EVERYBODY'S FRIEND." Characters will be sustained by Messrs. Martin Lehman, C. A. Vogelsang, G. A. Dobiueon, W. E. Pile, W. A. Seymour, Mrs Wing Misfes Mamie Short, Julia Crawford, Josie Williams, A. G. Lyford and Grace Austin. Tickets, One Dollar. Reserved seats may be secured without extra charge at the box oflice, which will open at 10 a. v., Wednesday. May Ist, " J JJAZABD'S PAVILION^ I FLOWER FESTIVAL, j APRIL 16th to 27th Inclusive. rpHE NATATORIUM, ~ J. A BWIMMINO 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 6 r. m. Admission, 25c. and 35c. Plain, hot baths, in fine procelaln tubs, at all hours, for ladies or gentlemen, 25c. Every Tuesday, from 7to 10 r. tt., ladies' and gentlemen's night; no gentle men admitted without a lady. Spectators, lree. s9 tf I/lENNA BUFFET, cor. Main and Requenaats. FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT EVERY EVENING FREE! By the Vienna Ladles' Orchestra, under Miss Julia de Beltran. FIRST-CLASS AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. Jaßtf WANTS. PERSONALS, ANU O'lilKK .ill vertlsements under the following heads inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each Insertion. ~~ WANTI&D—HELP. GO TO UnToITIOAM 1 OFFICE. 17 ». entrance. PERSONAL. OnT£y"~TO LOiArJ~ON COLLATERAL- * UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri vate entrance. a 23 2m IVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAW A SPECI -alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB. At torney, 11 Temple streot. Room m29-tf /JORDAN BROSr, OF 22 8. SPRING ST., \J are making the cheapest clothes In the city, in order to make room for their coming soring and summer goods. m27tf IF YOU WANT TO BuYbEAL ESTATE AT bedrock prices, see T. B. McDONALD, rooms 8 snd 9 now Wilson building, corner Spring and Pirut sts. rn26tf SPECIAL NOTICES. and Jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. a 23 2m Off WO|Ull-> Mrs. E. A. Piugree, room 71 Wilson block. alB-lm* RS7 DR. FRENCH, THE RENOWNED FOR tune teller. This womau tells wonderful things, brings parties together; also doctors ladies for general debility and chronic diseases. Room 19, WATTELL BLOCK, 139 E. First St. a 24 7f EALING"tTTkoTJuH FAIIH In JaisUo— Tbe Rev. John Alex. Dowie and Mrs. Dowie will csnduet a fourteen days' mission in Tem perance Temple, cor. Fort aud Temple sts., Los Angeles, from Lord's Day, April 28th. Partlcu lurs of mission programme in future advertise ments. "Christ is all." a2l 5t LOST AND FOUND. fHIio"ROiHJnT^ J. OFFICE, 17 N. Main st. Private entrance. 123 2m T 08T—OITtHE - WAY - DOWN ALAMEDA XJ street toward Florence, a bay mare, 3 years old. Return to Let Angeles Planing Mill and receive reward. a 24 4t OTRAYED—A BAY MARE, FRONT KNEES O sprained, "a" on side, piece cut out of under lip. Leave word at SCRIVER <fc QUINN, 52 N. Main st. a 23 2» OST—* 10 REWARD-AT OR NEAR HOTEL Nadeau. a lady's small oval watch charm, containing 3 small diamonds and3srnall pearls. Finder return to office of Hotel Nadeau and get reward. a 23 3t lOSTI OST—FROM EAST LOS ANGELES, A J medium-sized dark bay horse, about 13 years old; dark mane, falls on both sides of neck; small white spot on one side; new shoe on left hind foot. Anybody returning to Mrs., NORTON'S, 49 North Johnson street. East Los Angelea, will receive 910 reward, or to C. MOORE, Sycamore Caflon, above Glendale a 25 5* WAnItED— MALE HELP. AT 100 8. LOS Angeles St. JOHN C. BELL. a 25 It WANTED — CE RTIFICATID TEACHER, man, immediately. PACIFIC TEACH ER'S BUREAU. 98 Wilson Block. a 24 3t* WANTED—t EMALE HELP. bjivate~Tkntrance for ladies, union LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. *23 2m ANTED— IMMEDIATELY, YOUNG UIRL 16 or 17 years old for light housewrrk. Inquire at 22 Upper Mainst. a24-2t* WANTED SITUATIONS—FEM ALE. FA^sinoN aker from the East withes to sew by the day in pri vate families. S. T. Taylor system cut. Call or address 218 Temple at . a 24 3t* WANTED—AtAENTS. LADY AGENTS TO CANVAS for the sale of an article for ladies'wear; a recent patent; the very best; big commissions; come at once. 324 8. Hill. al5 4* ffi7X To"e2s0 r A _ MONTH CAN BE MADtC I O working for us. Agents preferred who oan furnish ahorse and give their whole time to the business. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cities. B. F. JOHNSON & CO., 1,009 Mainst, Richmond, Va. N. B.— Ladles employed also. Never mind shout sending stamp for reply C. mo quick. Yours for biz. B. F. J. & Co. WANTKO-mMJtt^ANDDT/B. from $300 to $600, at a fair discount. 39 Davis st, cor. of Hewitt. a 23 3* ANTED—CHILDREN TO BOARD IN THE country. For particulars call at No. 32 Philadelphia st.. or 1819 Carlisle st. alB 11* Vl/ANiED—TOIIUY A GENTLE, RELIABLE Vv family horse; must be good sizo. Apply to M. MUELLER, cor. Fort and Fifth st. a 25 3* ANTED—2 HORSeTandIsXI'RESS WAG on; state price and where can be seen. Address N., box 100, Herald oflice, ai?s 3* ANi'ED—6O HORoES 'IO BOARD BY THE month; cheap rates; stable abrlck, fireproof building; everything first-cla'S. Apply to IXL Stable, 728 S. Main st. Tele. 751. a 23 lm" FOX RENT-'-RbojJIS. ROOMS en cuite at tbe Lakevllle, 17 and 19 E. Fifth st »25tf OR RENT— UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN 1 UK Norton Block, suitable for light housekeep ing, cor. Seventh and mil sts. a2l-lm FOR "rENT-AT""THE| — LAKEVILLE, FUR nished or unfurnished rooms by the day, week, or month; al«o lor housekeeping; beds reasonable by the night. 17 and 19 E. Fifth et. Newly fumiahed; everything neat and clean. A. K. SHEPHERD, manager. a23tf FOX" KENsV-UO U SES. OR ES, 31 and 35 Grand Avenue. Inquire at No. 35. al4-lm* OR HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS for 2 families; $22. Apply 53 Turner st. a 25 3* _____ OR RENT—HOUSES AND STORES — ALL parts city; loug Hat; can examine free. L. A. RENTAL AGENCY, 1 N. Fort at. m2B lm* AND ROOMS. ' locatiou. Shelving complete. Address H. KROEGER, Anaheim. a 9 tf for relvs^jSYscellaneoub. stable, cor. second C and Bin Pedro. Inquire at oflice Depot R. R. Co., cor. Second and Vine. »21 tf OK RENT—BUILDING 18x54, SUITABLE for manufacturing purpose; oan furnish hteam to parties desiring it. Apply to L. A. Soap Co., 64 Banning tt. Rl9 7* OWER FOR KENT—PARTIES WANTING fteam power for light manufacturing pur poses, apply to "D. fi„" box 100, Herald office. a24-st* OR REN I'—A 20-ACRE RANCH EIGHT mile* from tne city. Well imprvoed, good house aud barn, iirleatan well, orchard, etc. lu qulie of E. J. ROCHE, 156 Alameda Btreet or at the Lynwood Paper Mill. Will be rented cheap. a24-4t* BUSINESS CHANCKS SHOP, PLENTY of work; on account of other business will sol) cheap. Inquire at place of buslnissJSan Gabriel, of MICHEL ST. PAUL a2O 8* FOtTsALE. 8~~A S UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Bprlng. a 23 2m OK SALE—S, 10, 20 and 100 acre tracts with water stock Address H. KROEGER, Auahoim. s9-tf IJIOA EXECUTORS OF THB ' estate of itomi Nadeau, that desirable property on the southeast corner ef OUve and Fifth sts., fronting the City Park, having a frontage of 90 feet on Olive and 165 on Fifth Also, adjoining the abovo lot on Fiith St., 67x120 feet. For prices apply to 8. B. CAB WELL, m26-l m FOX SALE— City Property. property on or near Figueroa and Grand aye. a specialty. E. J. VALENTINE, office Figueroa and Brook lyn. . ■ *i?_Zl_ MOB SALE- -7.000 RED" AND BLUE GUM : H trees, pines and other evergreens; 500 ■ culms roies, etc.. at loweat price. Call at HUFFMAN'S NURSERY, Washington Heights, i Alvarado St., uorth of Temple; or address P. O. , Station D. , *T T P"~OR BALE-OSK OF THK FINKST ULOCKd in Bonth Pasadona, 320 feet square; plenty . of trees; water; 2 houses, barn, etc.; good looa- I tion for physician or druggißt; price cheap and terms easy. For particulars address J. J. BUEHLER, 143 E. First st ,Los Angeles. a 2 lm THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 25, 1889. HOWL 8 A US—Country Property. ' good business and located in one of tbe thriftiest retain growing districts in Ban Diego county. Cheap and on easy terms; reason for soiling given ou application. Address A. J. CAMPBELL, Dehesia, San Diego county, Cal. a2l-7t T~" lib NEWHALL LAND AND FARMING CO. offer for sale FARMING, FRUIT AND GRAZING LANDS lv lots to suit. Horses and mules for all purposes. Stallions and Jacks for breeding. Cattle, hay and grain. For Information, terms, etc , apply at or ad dress the company's offices in San Francisco— New jail—Los Angeles. a2l-14t •I'M LAVHAHUBi EX c> ange for diamonds and jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m O EXCHANGE—THE BEST BANTA ANA and San Fernando Valley lands for first class Eastern city or farm property. Address owner, room 6. Allen block, Loa Angeles. a!2tf j, AUFORNIjTaNd" EASTERN" PROPERTY to exchange. T. B. McDONALD, --ooma 8 and 9 new Wilson building, cornor Spring and First sts. a22tf ~ "~ " S'llX A MHAL. | MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL; THOR oughly reliable. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N Bprlng Private entrance. *,e23 2m MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. F.C. ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. a2tf MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY SUM. CORKER & LAYNG, 16 8. Bprlng St. m3l lm MONEY TO LOAN IN BUMB TO SUIT. L. SCHMIDT, No. 16 S. Spring St. mSO lm MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY SUMS TO SUIT. J. M. FORNEY, 18 3. Fort st. a 2 lm* MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP erty. POMEROY & GATES, 16 Court St. a!6tf ONEY TO LOAN-CITY OR COUkJrRY property. J. B. Lankershim, 336 S. Main st. a 23 lm ©Kit AAA TO LEND IN BUMS~TO SUIT. tbuU.UUU R. W. POINDEXTER, 19 W. First m 27 lm O LOAN—SEVERAL B~UMB FROM~SI,OOO to $10,000. W. R. BURKE, 55 N. Spring. al9 1m T ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER A HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78 Temple block. a 22tf ONEyTtO Lo'A^^lH _ BljM8 _ T6B'D r iTTON gilt edeed security. W. 8. WATERS, room 2,117 New High st. alotl__ COLLATERAL TO LOAN "MONEY ON. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri vate entrance. a 23 2m LOAN — A J. VJELE, rBiUU-UIMJ room 1, Wilson block, cor. First and Bpring mSOtf ©T haa a t o"loan on real es _ L«UuU«UUIf tste. SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 40 8. Main st. s!7 tf TT() BRODTBKCK, ROOMS 20 AND 21, Schumacher block, No. 7 N. Spring st. Money to loau on improved city property. a2ltf ONEY TO LOAN CLABB mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER, Boom 9, Baker Block, Los Angeles. a9tf ANTED—TO BORROW $2,000 ON GOOD realty woith $9,000, improved, will p«y 8 per cent, net; no agent need apply. Address GEO. H. RICE, University P. 0., Los Angeles, Gal. a 23 5t TO $50,000 TO LOAN AT REASONA «J>I"jU ble rates. LOS ANGELES REAL E-t- TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C. FLOURNOY, Secretary, IN. Fort st a 6 lm / IRAWFORD & 10. OVER VLos Angeles National Bank. Loan 150 to $50,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy notes, mortgages and contracts. a2otf O LOAN—ANY AMOUNT" FROM $25 TO $1000 on real estate, notes, mortgages, pianos, collateral, aod personal property**! nil kinds. E. L. BUCK,rooms 31 sad 32, Wilson blocks al9t f •1.000.000 LIAMB, attorney-at-law, Safe Deposit building, cor. Temple and New High sts., Los Angeles, agent for San Francisco and Eastern capitalists. astf ONEYTO LOAN—SAVE RENT, JOIN THE Home Building Association. Build your self a home aud pay for It on the Installment plan. For information apply to M. C. WEST BROOK, Secretary, room 87, Plillllps block. Spring at. mlO 5m ONEY" "TO "LOAN""IN ANY DESIRED amount 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 A PIRTLB, 10 8. Fort. Will move May Ist to Bnrdick building, Second and Spring sts. A3 lm " JE^a;*lih:**J,1 ih : **J , ; i:, ** 1 7 overland excursions leave los Angeles every Wednesday; Pullman tourist cars, fully equipped, to Omaha and Kansas City. Call or address JOHN CLARK, 51 N. Spring st. m2B lm IjIXCURSIONB —EAST AND WEST, BEMI <j 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 Au geles. Eal2tf ENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK Island route excursions will leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Pullman touri6t cars elegantly equipped. Call on or addres, F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring St. a3-tf ALTERS' SELECT E~XCURBIOn¥t"o ALL points East. Through Pullman tourist cars to Boston via Chicago, Our next parties leave Los Augeles 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. a2B WABASH ROOTE — EXCURSIONS LEAVE Los Angoles every week. Pullman tourist aleepers furnished complete. Excursions to Paris May 6th and June 10th. Call or address J. A. GRANGER.I 7 N. Spring St. m26-lm INCURSIONS TO PARIS EXPOSITION, j leaving May 6th and June 10th, in Pullman palace cars; railroad and steamship tickets; all arrangements and information. Address A. B. DE3SER V, 236 N. Main St., Los Angeles. a 25 lm liIXCURSIONBI ilXCURSIONB—PHILLIPS' SELECT EXCUR !i sions, personally conducted, with through Pullman Tourist Bleeping Cars completely equipped from Los Angeleß to Boston and New Y'oi k 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 it CO., 44 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. m27-tf ■—— ' ITjIXCURBIONB TO ALL Hi points East, via Salt Lake City and Denver, (spending Sunday in Bait Lake City,) leave April lltb, 25tb, May 9th, 23d. Pull man tourist cars completely equipped. Csll upon or ad- I dress J. B. Quigley, agent, 112 North Spring street alO-ti SOUTHERN PAC IFIC 00 MP AN Y-THBO UG H excursions to New York, Boston and Phila delphia. Pullmau'anew 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; 8. P. Co.'s party managers go through to New Orleans, thence to Boston and Philadelphia. But onn chaugo of cars (in Union Depot) at Cinicnuati. The Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route through the rich snd historic Bouth, Meridian, Bir mlngham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, eta. Quick time, direct connections. Excursions leave Los Angeles Maroh 28th; April 11th; May 2d, 16th and 30th; June 13tb and 27th; July 11th, 1889. For further particulars call on or write any of the agencies oi the SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY lv Southern California, orC. F.SMURR, Assistant General Passenger Agent Southern Paclflo Company. No. 202 N. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. a! 3 5m AHCHll£t_3r*L _ pHAS. w , DAVIS, ARCHrTEOT7~BOOMB V; 3 and 4, Downey block, Lq« Angoles, a22tf WELCOME LODGE, K. OF H., NO. 3342- Meets Tuesday evenings at room 45, Cali fornia Bank Building. oT f.. ~goari3ianHcouncil. NO. 90 -. Regular meeting first and third Fridays, at Pythian Castle, 24 S, Spring tt ptwNiiiuiaEa. THOROUGHLY RELIABLE. PRIVATE En trance. UNION LOAN OFFICE. 17 N. Spring. 5932 m PHYSICIANS. EA. DB j tarinm, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone 891. a 1-tf DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIBT Office 25 North Main Bt Offieo Hoars, 9a. ii.to4r.il. altf-dAw DX. CHAS. DE SZIGEIIIY." OFFICE AND residence, 313 S. Main st. Tele. 1,056. tf DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN 818 -ters' Hospital; 7« N. Main St., rooms 1. 2 snd 3. Telephone 116. m27tf AS. LANOLBY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN. • cor. Second and Los Angeles sts. Electrical treatment, baths and massage. m3O lm DX C. K. CLACIUB HAS RKMOVKD _~18 office from 75 N. Bprlng to 41 8. Spring st. Honrs from 11 a. v. to 2r. m. Specialty—Sex ual and skin diseases, chronic diseases in gon eral, aMtf DB. W. W.IIURPHY, OCULIST ANaTauF lst, 107 8. Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, oa. at. to 12 m. and 2to *r- a24tf DB. L. GOLDBCHMIEDT—GBNEBAL PBAc" tlce. 23 8. Spring, room 12; telephone, 1019. Residence, "Emerson," 415 S. Olive; telephone, 1054. m2tf MRS. DB. jTm. SMITH (FOBMERIY MBS/ , CE. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Bellevne aye. Ladles cared for during confinement. Midwifery a specialty. !m2B-6m DB. WEStTiUGHEB, FORMER BEBIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Bur gery (including genito-urinary diseases; and dipcaaes of the nose, throat and chest. 76 N BprimT st. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 6. a 24tf HANNON it TUBPIN, PHYSICIANS AND surgeons. Oflice, Springst. Rooms 3 and 4. Telephone 1028. J. Hannon, M. D., 1495 8. Main. Tel. 573. T. J. Turpin. M. D., 648 8. Olive. Tel. 1029 al9 lm M HILTON WILLIAMB, M. M. O. P. 8. .O. Specialist In diseases of the head, throat and chest, including the eye, ear and heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen, mouoxide, and other medicated Inhalations, used in all diseases of the respiratory organs. Office, Hollenbeck Block, corner Second and Spring srreets, Los Angeles, Cal, Office hours, from 9 a m to 4 p. m. _ ATHIMTN. EA. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE AND REBI . dence, 24 8. Bprlng st. Hours 1 to 4 r.u. Telephone 353. al4 RB7BETCH~A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N. Spring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, 8 to 12 m., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Dr. Boyuton's residence, 735 Olive St. ml9tf TBAAC FELLOWS, M.^D~.—HOMEOP ATHIBT 1 Office Honrs—ll to 13 A. St., 2to 5 P. M., Office—Nos. 2 snd 5 Odd Fellows' Building, LosAngelos, Gal. Residence 408 Booth Main street. a9-tf. 8. SALISBURY, M. D„ HOMOJPATHIBtT . Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson blook. cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 638 8. Pearl st Office hours, 11 a. m. to Bp. tt. Telephone Nos.; Office 597! reaidenoe 677. a 24tf DENTISTS. at, McDonald block. al6-tf DR. W. H. MASBER HAS REOPENED HIS dental office In rooms 1 and 2, California Bank building, cor. Seooud and Fort sts. J3O-M 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 San Francisco, and Dr. Casson Mac Donald, of Philadelphia, assistants. fa 10m A DAMS 8. SPRING l\ street, Booms 4 and 6, Gold fillings from $2 np. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalised air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth extracted without gas or air, 60 cents. Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By onr 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 8 A.to Sp. x. Sundays from 10 a. St. to 12 m. Night calls answered office aS-tf harvard military academy, cor ner Sixth and Hill sts., opposite postofflce. mm tf THE LOB ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Music, No. 406 8. Main Bt. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President. NELLIE T. BOYNTON, VOCAL TEACHER. Voice building taught from a purely scien tific basis. Room 6, P. O. block. Fort st. A3 lm* ST. MATTITEW'B HALL, BANMATEO, CAL. A Church Bchool for boys; 23rd year. REV. ALFRED I.KE BREWER, M, A., Principal. fl9-2m* 108 ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND i English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 8. Main st, near Second. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Dsy and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. j 30t MT. 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. THOS. W. RASKINS, Aoting Rector. m27-tf UirOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 South Bprlng Street, Loa Angeles, Oal SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING. For particulars, oall at offloe or address. s2O-ly F. 0. WOODBURY. Principal. attorneys. alter~robbTalß?o^ len block, cor. Spring and Temple sts.ml4tf B. HOTCHKIBB, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 8 . and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New High and Temple sts. al7tf SOCIETY n>jKT~^iiJ^LoiDG^^ JPj Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fel lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downey aye., East Los Angeles. MERICAN LEGION OF~HONOB, BAFETY Connell, Ho. 664—Meets second and fonrth Thursday evenings of each month at their Hall, 17 W First st., bet Main and Spring. OS ANGELES LODGB, NO. 2925, K. OF H.—Regular meetings are held every Wed | nesday evening at 17 W. First st, 6TgTt., MEBRILL LODGE, NO. 299 . Meets every Saturday evening at Pythian Castle, No. 24 S. Spring st, just below First SAMPSON LODGER NO. 148, K. OF P.— Meets every Monday night at Castle Hall, No. 510 Downey aye., East Los Angeles. Hall over East Side Bank. OVAL ARCANUM — SOUTHERN CALl fomia Counoil. No. 570, meets second and fourth Tuesdays at Y. M. I. Hall, 17 N. Main st Visiting brothers welcome. OS ANGELES LODGE, NO. 85. 1. O. O. F.— Regular meetings held ou Wednesday even ing of each week at 1. O. O. F. Hall, Spring st, near First. 08 ANGELES LXGIOX, ~NO."~6, SELECT Knights, A. O. U. W.—Meets every Monday evening in Campbell's Hall, cor. Downey aye. and Truman st, East Los B~IGNET CHAPTER NO. 57, R. statedly on the first Tuesday of each month, at 7:15 p. m., at Masonic Hall, oor. of Spring and First sts. RATERNITY LODGE, NO. 79, K. OF P.— Meets on second and fourth Wednesday evenings In each month at Pythian Castle, 24 8. Bprlng st ~SUMMIT LIMhT Brick Masons and Plasterers: Plesse take notice that the above lime is the best in the market. By trying this lime you will be convinced of our claim t iat it is the best to be bad In this market or ou the coast The H. T Holmes Lime Co. of 8. F. concede it to ba superior to Banta Cruz 11ms. SAN PEDRO ST., BET. 41H AND STH. Los Angeles Storage, Commis sion and lumber Co. TAR AND FEATHERS. Gus Braman Waited on by a Select Committee. A TRIP AGAINST HIS WILL. He is Bound to a Telegraph Pole and Decorated—Origin of tbe Affair. Since the publication of the James scandal at Long Beach, tbe residents of the other side of the bay at San Pedro have felt a little bit sore to think that they should have to take second place on any proposition, criminal or otherwise. They got even, though, in the small hours of yesterday morning, for they sub jected one of the members of their com munity to the process of tarring and feathering. The affair arose out of a little occur rence that happened on Wednesday last. On the morning of that day Captain Koughan, of the bark Lilian, which last year plied between San Pedro and Cifalina returned home unexpectedly from Santa Barbara. He had gone to tbe northern city in his little ship, and made the passage home again in the i Santa Rosa. Knowing that his wife did i not expect him for several days, he I thought what a glad surprise he was giving her as he opened the unlocked door and went in to his hearth and home. The tables were turned com- ' pletely on him, however, for he was the one that got the surprise, and an un pleasant one at that. Although the ] hour was very early, he found the part- I ncr of his bosom in loving converse With | Gus Braman, a Swedish carpen- , ter, whom he had noticed hanging around the house for some weeks before. The skipper demanded an explanation and was told that Braman, happening to be on his way to work, had just dropped in fcr a minute. It was rather a lame ! excuse, but tbe mariner had to accept it for he had no proof that anything was actually wrong, although matters cer tainly looked very queer. It would ap- : pear, however, that an altercation fol lowed, for the next day Braman went to the District Attorney and made a charge , of threatening, with'intent to kill, against Kougtiao, who, he said, had sworn that he would have his life's blood. Meantime Koughan is said to have made - the affair more sensational by attempt- 1 TO COMMIT SUICIDE By hanging himself to the kitchen raft- | ers, but his efforts were foiled, for he , was discovered while at the rope's end, ] and cut down and restored to bis natural , condition. His reasons for desiring to , find relief from his troubles by getting j out of the world are readily apparent. , He had married his wife in Australia , while on a visit there some three or four years ago. They came to America, and | settled at first in British Columbia, but j Mrs. Koughan, happening to tike a trip _ to San Pedro, in the "Southern Cali fornia," she became so enamored , of tbe place that she begged | her husband to move £down there. , He acceded to her request, and, pur- * chasing a lot on Vinegar Hill, the fiat ( overlooking San Pedro, had a dwelling . erected, and started house-keeping. , There was a baby in the family, and ( this'kept Mrs. Koughan at heme a good deal, and Gus Braman, who had formed her acquaintance, made frequent calls on . her. Captain Koughan placed too much ) confidence in his wife to imagine that there was anything wrong, and it was the discovery of her treachery that doubtless induced him to attempt sui cide. He bad recovered however, in t both mind and body by Tuesday morn- ] ing last, when he was placed in the box ( to answer Braman's charge of threaten- . ing to kill. The trial was short and sweet, ( resulting in the acquittai of the Captain in a very few minutes. . Braman knew that he had made for , himself a good many enemies by press ing the charge against Koughan, but he ( seemed to enjoy the unpleasant notoriety | he had received. When talking]ab3nt,the ] matter in a saloon during tbe course of , the evening, he suddenly made the ( statement, "Yes, I have been sleeping with her, and what is more, boys, there's , four or five more up there that lam , staying with, too." This remark incensed his auditors, . many of whom were married men living ] in the locality he indicated, and there- , fore coming under the slur he had cast. . What action they took is best explained in an account of what transpired a few , hours later. THEIR REVENGE. Braman, who dwelt in a little house I about a mile out of town, was awakened 1 about midnight by a loud rapping at bis door. I "Open up," said a gruff voice, "we are officers, and have got a warrant for* your i arrest." Braman, not daring to resist the law, jumped ftom bis bed, and lighting a ; lamp, threw open his door. In strode a dozen men, the foremost of whom held i in his hand a pap r, from which he read as follows: "In the name of the Lord, i it is decreed that you be tied to a pole and tarred and feathered." ! As the last words were uttered someone i blew out tbe light and Braman was sur rounded, blindfolded, gagged and his hands bound behind him. His captors i then led him forth and marched him to the water front. They stopped on arriv ing at a telegraph pole directly overlook ing the ocean, and to it firmly bound their prisoner. A couple of buckets of warm coal tar and several feather pillows were then produced, and Braman was stripped and prepared for his decorations. One of the vigilantes wanted to com mence by tarring his head, but this was overruled and it was decided to tar him from the waist down. When this was done, bis body was smothered in feath ers, and the finishing touches put on by painting his face with tar, after the manner of an Indian's war-stripes. The performance being then over, the actors took their departure, leaving Braman tied to the pole, with only the consola tion that he would be ceitain not to take cold, as his body was too well protected. HE IS DISCOVERED. Just before daylight yesterday morn ing a couple of the city officials hap pened along the scene of the ordeal, and, seeing Braman, they at once cat him down and took him Ito tbe druggist's in the hollow. It proved to be a terrible task when the work of removing the feathery FIVE CENTS. garments was commenced and waa in fact almost a skinning alive process. It was late in the day before Braman was able to be about again and when he did ' appear he walked with difficulty and hi* face it 11 bore the warpaint decorations ho had received. He at once announced hia intention of prosecuting the committee, most of the members of which he claims to be able to identify, and he came np to Los Angeles on the afternoon train,where he obtained warrants for their arrest. Braman is a Swede by birth and is about 28 years of age. He has the blonde hair and complexion usual to his nation ality and is tolerably good looking, though at present he is not very attractive, owing to the manner in which he has , been disfigured. Mrs. Koughan isevident ly very much gone on him, for when she heard what had happened, she went over to his place and said, "Gus, why didn't you shoot one or two of them, the rest would have run away." Her hus band, expostulated with her later on for the stand she was taking in the matter, whereupon she threw a soda water bottle at him, inflicting a na6ty wound-on his head. About noon she created a scare by informing the neighbors that she intended to go into the mountains and kill her babe and then commit suicide. She disappeared soon after wards, whereupon Captain Anderson got a posse together and sconred the coun try for her, finally locating her before she had commenced to carry her threat into execution. It is said that, as a result of this, legal step? will be taken to remove her child from her charge on the grounds that she has threatened its life. THE FLOWER FESTIVAL. A '.re.it Crowd la tne Pavilion l.a»t IVI I-1,1. The Pavilion waa literally packed with people last night to see tbe beautiful booths in the great flower show, now in the second week of its course. The Al hambra booth had a beautiful collection of foxgloves in many colors. In the registry booth is a fine flower piece presented by Mr. Ralph Toberman, son of Major Toberman. It is composed moetly of fine roses, among which are the Quintene, tbe Duchess de Brabant, La France and others. Mrs. Toberman has no less than ninety varieties of roses in her garden. Mrs. A. M. Dunsmoor sent to this booth a beautiful speci men of the cactus known as the Crown of Thorns. The booth last night was iv charge of Mrs. C. D. Harvey, Miss Cora Mathews, Miss Lena Wirston, Miss Minnie Immel having yielded to tbe temptation to absent her self to see Little Lord FauniUroy. The Philnarmonic booth has all its musical instruments re-trimmed. This booth is in charge of a musical society founded in March, 1888, on the advanced plan now in vogue in large Eastern cit ies. The leader is Professor Willbartita, whose well-known musical talents are devoted to tha advancement of the mu sical interests lof the Society and the city. At the concert of May Kith. Hay den's "Creation" will be leaden d. Tbe Ice Cream booth makes a very fine report of $900 up to yesterday morn ing. By the end of the week the returns fr;.m this booth will be very large. The Morning Glory booth has been added to the others at the Festival Hall. Under the inverted corolla of a morning glory cluster the students from the Hanna College, who, as in other years, dispose of their Olive Leaf, the college paper, containing an account of the Fes tival Society's work, and donate the pro ceeds to the benefit of the Festival. Wild flowers were sent from Tropico to the Wild Flower booth. A great sale of photographs of the various booths is made at the Wild Flower booth. This evening there will be a great promenade concert, and this afternoon, from 2 to 4 o'clock, the kindergarten children will give a grand exhibition of their training. This afternoon, also, the ISO orphans in charge of the Sisters of Charity will visit the festival. They will be treated to lemonade, soda water or milkshake. The luncheon spread by the ladies daily from 11 to 2 o'clock for 25 cents is well attended, as the spread deserves. Yesterday the Special Rose booth was the recipient of many fine flowers, sent by Mrs. Homer, Mrs. Parker, of Eagle Rock Valley, Mrs. Dimmick, cf Rose dale, Mrs. Ames, Mrs. C. C. Brown, of Compton, and Eddie Brown, Miss Nellie McKeag, Mrs. Spear, Mrs. Entler, 300 roses, Mrs. J. Gibbs, of Vernon, 104 va rieties of roses. To-morrow evening the entertainment given on Monday will be repeated. It is called "Legends of Many Lands." It will run more smoothly on the second presentation. Gorgeous specimens of the sun flower, sent in by Mr. Lideck, attracted a good deal of attention at the Bulbous booth. On Saturday evening the students of the University will give the Cantata of the Oypty Qneen. Next Monday, at 10 a. m , all the lum ber in tbe booths will be sold at auction. There is a great demand for Chinese and other varieties of lemons. At the Wouan's Exchange booth, Miss Fremont and Miss Lindgey have done yeomen's service. Several wreaths and bouquets in skel eton leaves are new features at this booth. Mrs - Prescott will preside at the Ex change Booth this evening. The Flower Queen was well rendered last night by the able cast which pro duced it before. Among the string of visitors last night were Mr. W. F. X. Palmer, Miss Flor ence Dunham, Mr. Stephen Hathaway, Mr. R. Blaisdell, Mr. 8. B. Johnson, Mr. Wilberforce, Mr. Ed. McLaughlin, Mr. E. H. Margan, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wil liamson, Mrs. J. H. Blanchard, Mies Morgan, of Delaware, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Browning, Colonel Mulford and daughters, Mr. Harvey Lindley, Miss Sadie Miles, Mr. H. C. Wyatt, Mr. French, owner of Little Lord Fauntleroy, Mr. Hugo, Mr. E. C. Niedt and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Griffith, Mr. J. W. Swanwick and ladies, Mr. C. E. Mackey, Mr. W. B. Gard, of Glen dora, and ladies, Mayor Hazard, Mr. and Miss Baker, of East San Gabriel, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dunsmoar, Mr. W. T. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Seed, of Monrovia, Mr. and Mra. George Monroe, of Monrovia, Captain Herriott. Tne Lau-rlilln ( air. The examination of Antonia Laugblin, ■ in Justice Lockwood's Court, who is - charged with having made a murderous , assault upon Mrs. Avila, was conclnded * yesterday. It was held with closed doors. > The evidence was sufnicient, m the opin ■ ion of the court, to justify her being held i to answer to the Superior Court. Bail r was fixed at the sum of $600.