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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXII.—NO. 28.
AMUSEMENTS.
TTRA^^K^^O^iii
Ijr H. O. Wyatt. Lessee and Manager.
R. S. Douglas. Associate Manager.
THE MONARCHS OF MINSTRELBY.
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 29.
UOOItVRIH, COOK A DILLON'S:
REFINED MINSTRELS.
The dynamo from which all rivals receive
their supply.
Eight funny end men; ten artistic clog dancers;
th c lamous Bay State Sextette; twenty
five minstrel kings.
Notable among whom are: Mr. Ohss. W. Good
year, America's comedian; Mr. Geo. H Ed
ward I, tbo greatest negro dialect comedian: Mr.
Ellsworth Cook, the celebrated male soprano;
the Bros. Illliion, actors, authors and dancers;
Welby A Petri, In waltz and schottlsche clogs;
Lceen Bros., the banjo wizards; Mr. Den. Movv
att, the only club-swli'ger on earth, and three
Nichol Bros., premier brother actors.
Refinement is our motto. Unrivaled band and
orchostra M etch less street parade at noon.
Watch fcr the white silk hats.
Regular Prices. Seats on sale Thursday,
April 25th. a 24
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
R. 8. Douglas, Associate Manager.
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 6th.
Wednesday and Saturday Matihrbb.
Tun .Musical Event or the Season.
First appearance lv Los Angeles of the cele
brated operatic organization,
THE BOSTONIANS,
In English Opkba,
Formerly known as the Boston Ideals.
Tom Karl, ,
W. H. McDonald, > Pioprietots and Managers.
H. C. Babnabee, '
F. E. Pond, Acting Manager.
Company comprises Marie Stone, Jessie Bart
lett Davis, Juliette C.irden, Carlotta Maconda,
Louise Btanchl, Josephine Bartlett, TomKtrl,
W. H. McDonald, H. C. Barnabee. Edwin Hoff,
Eugene Cewles, George Frothicgham, Fred
Dixon, etc.
Musical Director 8. L Studley
Stage Director Oscar Weil
The repertoire to be presented in Los Angeles
is a most brilliant one and Is as follows:
"Mlgnon," "Dorothy," "Don Patquale," "Bo
hemian Girl," "The Musketeer*," "Pygmalion
and Galatea," "Fatiuitza," "Fra Diavolo."
The Boston ia nk Grand Orchestra and Com
plete Chorus.
Tbe most oomplete operatic organization in
America.
Scats on ssle Thursday morning, 10 a. m. a2Btd
pALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM A THEATER
THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT!
GREAT BILL FOR EASTER WEEK:
Museum— Amphitheater—
JAMES CARR, The BESSIE WEST. A Re-
Strange Albino, who markably Talented
counts ladders, etc., Juvenile Specialty
baretooted, the rungs Artist.
sworas keen ROBZ ART, The Clever
LIT TLK DOT, The Pre- L y' io Artist
cocious Bewitching. FLUC ARD A DANA.
Midget Lady a prime , Daring and Intrepid
favorite with every- Acrobats and Gym
body- nasta
PROF. THEO. GREIN- ammh
ER, our Celebrated ED. ARM STRONG,
Bohemian Glass Finished Exponent of
Blower, exhibiting Song and D&noe.
his gorgeous glass mfbhttt v»r
dress, glass steam JOH .?! MERRHT.Ver
engines etc satlle Mimic and
ART EXHIBIT of a Comedian,
collection of superb JOHN WEST, Ex
works of art in oil, by pounder of the
the most famous ar- ftthtosof CorkedMln
tlsts. Btrelsy
Doors open from 10 A. at. to 10 p. v.
Admission. 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra.
ANGELES THEATER.
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING 2ND MAY,
: THE OWL DRAM ATI O CLUB :
Have the honor to announce a scries of three
performances, the net proceeds of which will
be given to local charitable institutions. The
following ladles have kindly consented to act at
PATRONESSES.
Mrs. rien. Btoueman. Mrs. A. Glassell,
Mrs, Dan McFailand Mrs. Severance,
Mrs. H T. Lee, Mrs. H. G. NewhaU,
Mrs. Long-tree' Mrs. J. B. Slausou,
Mrt. I. N. Var Nuyt, Mrs. Juana Neal,
The Baroness Pcaniat, Mrs. Volkmar,
Mrs. 0. ' F > Mrs. J. A- Wills,
i'ra. E. F. Spence.
THl'l- >- AND FRIDAY, MAY 2D AND 3D,
Byron's Comedy In Three Acts,
"OIK BOYS."
SATURDAY, MAY 4TH,
Irling Coyne's Comedy in Three Acts,
EVEHYHODY'S FRIEND."
Characters will be sustained by Messrs. Martin
Lehman, C. A. Vogelsang, G. A. Doblnson, W.
E. Pile. W. A. Seymour, Mrs. Wing, Mlases
Mamie Short, Julia Crawford, Josie Williams,
A. G. Lyford and Grace Austin.
Tickets, One Dollar. Reserved seats may be
sconred without extra charge at tbe box office,
which will open at 10 a. h., Wednesday, May
Ist. a 23
U YOAMORE GROVK~
(Arroyo Seco.)
Tbo undersigned have sow bought the lease
f this famous picnic ground from Charles
Wagner, and recommend tbe same to all socie
ties for holding
PICNICS, or to PRIVATE PARTIES*
The grounds will be kept in the best style and
our aim will be to make It a reguler
FAMILY RESORT.
Everything will be served in tbe best manner
at liberal prices.
HENRY WEIDM ANN & L. C. FLORES.
a2B-14t
AT THE WASHINGTON GARDENS,
Under new management, Mr. George Sal
mond, Proprietor, the
CELEBRATED VIENNA LADIES'ORCHESTRA
will give a SACRED CONCERT each Sunday
tit 2 o'clock p. m. Admission 10c.
The beautiful grounds and spacious halls for
rent for picnics and private parties.
No objectionable characters admitted. a2stf
THE NATATORIUM,
A Swimming Bath,
FORT STREET, BET. BECOND AND THIRD,
Adjoining New City Hall.
Basin 30x84 feet; w*t3r heated by steam.
Open day aud evening; Sundnys close at 6 p. v.
Admission, 25c. and 330. Plain, hot baths, in
flue procelaln tubs, at all houra, for ladles or
gentlemen, 25c. Every Tuesday, from 7to 10
r. M„ ladles' and geutlemeu's night; no gentle
men admitted wituout a lady. Spectators, free.
a9tf
TTIENtIA BUFFET, cor. Main and Requenasts.
FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND
sj O N C E R T
EVERY EVENING FREE I
By the Vienna Ladles' Orchestra, under Miss
Julia de Beltrau.
FIRST-CLASS AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. ]a2tf
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertlsomeuta under the following heads
Inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line tor each
Insertion.
MEETINGS.
FFicFT'7)F~Tjnr'oTjc^
Land Company, Los Angeles. C«l., April
25,1889.—The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Cucamouga Fruit Land Com
pany for the election of Directors for the en
suing year, and for the transaction of such
other business ss may be brought before tbe
meeting, will be held at the Farmers' and Mer
chants' Sauk, In the city of Los Angeles, State
of Califo-nti, on Monday the 13th day of May.
1889, at 7:30 o'clock p. M.
O. C. MATTHAY.
*29-3t m9-3t Secretary.
/California and Arizona railway
\j Company—Annual Meellngof Stockholders.
Notloe Is bereby given that the annua] meeting
of the stockholders of the California and Ariz
ona Railway Company will be held at the office
of tald company, at Lot Angeles, California, on
Wedneaday, May 15th, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon, for. the purpose of electing a board of di
rectors for tbe ensuing year, and to transact
aaoh other business as may properly come be
fore the meeting. H. SILVER Secretary.
Loa Angelet. Cal., April 27,1889. a 27 14t
PERSONAL.
6^JEY~TO~IX>A^^
UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri
vate entrance. a 23 2m
MIDDLK-AGKD LADY,
light complexion; object matrimony. Ad
dress D , Box 100, Hkrald a29-7t'
RDKR~NEW MEXICO COAL. CHAS. A.
Marrlner, agent. Office, Nadeau Hotel.
Yard, 607 E. First at. a 27 lm
IVORCE AND CRIMINAL LAWA BPECI
alty. Advice free. W. W. HOT.COMB, At
torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. a 19-tf
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. 526 tf
HE AHNO, 426 SOUTH SPkTno ST.. bet.
Fifth and Sixth, will, for tbe Summer, fur
nish board and room for $25 per month; rooms
large, airy and well fumbhed; table will be
made equal to any charging $1 a day. Board,
!f4 50 per week; meals, 25 cents. a2B-lm
SPECIAL, NOTICES.
BIG
and Jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17
N. Spring. a 23 2m
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT Of WOMEN-
Mra. K. A. Plngree, room 71 Wilson block.
MRS. DR. FRENCH, T H E RENOWN FD FOR
tnne teller. Tbls woman tells wonderful
things, brings parties together; also doctors
ladles for general ilcbllltysudchronlodise'-ses.
Room ID, WATTELL BLOCK, 139 E. First st.
a 24 7f
LOST AND FOUND.
rii 11 oro v g hly"re l7a^le~^n76^T]o~*n
J. OFFICE, 17 N. Main st. Private entrance.
_____ »23 2m
E STRAY— A DEER —AT - COrTrToULAND
and Cberry sts. Can be had by paying ex
penses. a3O-3t*
T POCKET BOOK, BLaCK RUSSIA
11 leather, eontaluiDg Main and Agricultural
Street Railway pass, personal oards, etc. A re
ward will be given to anyone returning it to O
W. CHILDB, J8.,8 8 Main St. »28 3t
WANTED—HELP.
IF GO
OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Private entrance.
a 23 2m
WANTED— MALE HELP.
WANTED—
services and loan his employer $1,000, for
which good security, aud salary, will be paid.
Particulars at 7 W. Second st. s3O-2t*
WANTED—tEMALE HELP.
LOAN OFFICII, 17 N. Sprlug. a 23 2m
ANTED—YOUNG GENKKAL
housework. 135 Temple Bt a27tf
WANTEIT— FOR PERMANENT EMPLOY
ment—An expert stenographer and type
writer, lady preferred. Address, stating expe
rience and salary expected, P. O. Box 2332.
a3O It*
WANTED SITC ATIONS-FEMALK.
WANTED— A
tiou to do light house work or mind chil
dren. Address LIZZIE DEVINA, Woman's
Home, on Fourth st., bet. Main and Los Ange
les a3O It*
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED— TO—
near city and car line, with lew fruit
trees; must be cheap for cssh. Address PAUL
JEANDEVILLE, 121 Rose at., cor. Becoud.
a3O-2t*
ANTED — OWN Kit WHO WILL HELL
cheap for cash a lot cr part lot; must be
close in residence or business part; state loca
tion. Address or inquire W. M. L , 258 S.
Spring St. a2B 7t*
WANTED— 50 HORSES TOBOARD BY THE
month; cheap rales; stable a brick, fireproof
building; everything nrst-cla-s. Apply to IXL
Stable, 728 8. Main st. Tele. 751. a 23 lm*
ANTED—RANCH—IMP*ROVKD OR UNlM
proved: must be mainly tillable and good
fruit land, well watered and well located, at an
altitude 600 feet or more above tbe tea. Health
considerations determine a party owning good
msuufactuiing stoc.ka, which have paid over 10
percent, average dividends tbe last 10 years,
to place $30,000 to $50,000 in ranch property,
desirable for a residence, If suitable terms can
be bad. No fanoy property wanted. Fullest in
vestigation luvited and best of references fur
nished. Address D. E G.. Hkrald office.
a3O-3f
BOOMS AND HOARD.
lj umT*kr "itSis™ hotkT^shley7~4o{
n Temple it ; beautiful and bealthv location;
large, sunny and handsomely furnished rooms
with or without board Loo- ssBtois 15 per
mon'h. First-class table board. |6 per week.
a2S-10t* A ABHLEY, Proprietor.
FOR RENT--ROOMS.
en mite at the Lakevllle, 17 and 19 E. Fifth
st. a2stf
I~noß rooms in the
! Norton Block, suitable for light housekeep
ing, oar. Seventh and Hill sts. a2l-lm
OR RENT—AT THE LAKJtVILLE, FUR
nished or unfurnished rooms by the day.
we-'i.or month; nl-o for housekeeping", beds
reasonable by the nlgbt. 17 and 19 E. Fifth st.
Newly furnished; everything neat and clean.
A. E. SHEPHERD, manager. a23tf
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
Grand Avenue. Inquire at No. 35. al4-lm*
for bent—stokes and booms.
61Pr1Ent^a~wg7^
location. Shelving complete. Address 11.
KROEGER, Anaheim. a9-tf
FOB BENT—MISCELLANEOUS.
dence, No. 348 8. Spring st. a2B 3t»
INERYFOR KENT AXD 10,000 gallons
of old wine lor sale. Address P O. Box
302. a2B-3t*
IjlOR RENT—CHEAP—LARGE YARD, 8UIT
! abla for wood, coil and feed yard, at 329 8.
Spring st. Inquire on premises. a3O 2t*
F~ MJRRENT— LIVERY STABLE, COR. KECOND
and San Pedro. Inquire at office Depot R.
R. Co , cor. Second and Vine. a2l tf
FOR SALE.
L~iXRGAI TfT UN^REIIEKMEU"^LEDGES.
> UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring.
n23 2m
Irion would exchange for
1 good second-band furnituro Ot real estate,
the finest spin of ponlis in the oity. KM
BAKER, 30i% N Main St. a2B-3t
lIOR SALE — PURiT BROWN LEGHORN
eggs for setting, $1 for 13. 8. W. LOCKITT,
breeder, 991 W. Ninth st. a 27 lm
FOR BALL —5, 10, 20 and 100 acre tracts
with water stock Address H. KROEGER,
Annheim. a9-tf
— a- -
FOU SALE—Country Property.
ca
offer for sale
FARMING, FRUIT AND GRAZING LANDS
in lots to stilt.
Horses and mu'es for sll purnoset.
Stallions and j.;cks for breeding.
Cattle, hay aud grain. ,
Ft information, terms, etc ~ apply at or ad
dross the oompauy's offices In Sau Francisco—
New'iall— Los Angeles. a2l-14t
ItfJaCs)
ANtTmIjST BE
told at once—Little Delmonlco Restaurant,
completely furnished and ready for Immediate
business; situated In Colton, near the depot
Apply to J. F. NASH, Colton aBO-7t
TO EXCHAMUIi.
TTuTuoTd^nd^^
U el-ange for diamonds end jewelry. UNION
LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m
TO EXCHANGE-THR BEST SANTA ANA
and Ban Fernando Valley lands for flrtt
clats Eastern city or farm property. Address
owner, room 6. Allen block. Lot Angeles.
aiatl
CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN PROPERTY
to exchange. T. B McDONALD. rooms 8
and 9 new Wilson building, corner npriug and
First st*. »22tf
TUJfiSDAY MORNING. APRIL cO, 1889.
FINANCIAL.
iVJL oughly reliable. UNION LOAN OFFICE,
17 N Spring Private entrance. Ja23 2m
tTONEY LOLAN EI) ON REAL * STATIC, PER
IIA soual property and collateral security $10
up; pianos without removal; sl-o oo merchan
dise, furnlure, etc. in warehouse. WILSON A
DB GROOT, room 32J J South Spring st. a 29 lm
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. F.O.
ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. a2ti
ONEY TO LOAN IN ANY SUM. CORKER
A LAYNG, 16 8. Spring st. m3l lm
ONEY'TO LQAIT IN ANY BUMB TO SUItT
J. M. FORNEY, 18 8. Fort st. a 2 lm»
ONEY~TO LOAN ON IM PROVED~"PROP
erty. POMEROY & GATES, 16 Court St.
al6»
MONEY TO LOAN-CITY OR COUNTRY
property. J. B. Lankershlm, 336 S. Main st.
a 23 lm
0 LOAN —BEVIKAL SUMS FROM $1,000
to 810,000. W. R BURKE, 55 N. Spring.
a! 9 lm
ONEY~TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. ~~MOR
TIMER A HARRIS, attorueys-at-law, 78
Temple blook. a 22U
ONEY T(T ON
gilt edged security. W. 8. WATERS,
room 2,117 New High st. alQtl
OIXaTBRAL TOTTOAN MONEY ON.
UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri
vate entrance. a 23 2m
©Taa AAA~ to~loan -^aT~j. viele,
JblU'/jUUU room 1, Wilson block, cor.
First and Spring m3otf
fflTf AAA 7kAATO~LOAN ON REAL EB
-B)I»vUU>UUU tate. SECURITY SAVINGS
HANK, 40 S. Main st. nl7 tf
TTO BKODTBKOkTrOOMS 20 AND
Schumacher block. No. 7 N. SpriDg st.
Money to Inaa on Improved city property. n2ltf
cTneY to LOAN — ON FIRST - CLASS
mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER,
Room 9, Baker Block, Los Angeles. a9tf
W l7lil To~sfW.ooo TO LOAN AT REASONA
WVSM ble rates. LOB ANGELES REAL E-*-
TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. 0.
FLOURNOY, Secretary, 1 N. Fort st. a 6 lm
TTrAWFORD OVER
\jLoh Angeles National Bank. Loan 150 to
$50,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy
notes, mortgages and contracts. a2ot(
mo LOAN—ANY AMOUNT FROM $25 TO
1 $1000 oft real estate, notes, mongages,
pianos, collateral, aad personal property of all
kinds. E. L. BUCK,rooms 31 and 32.Wilson
blook. a!9tf
$1,000,000 LIAMS, attorney-at-law,
Sste Deposit building, cor. Temple and New
High sts., Los Angeles, agent for San Francisco
and Eastern capitalists. »stf
ONEYTO LOAN —SAVE RENT, JOIN THB
Homo Building Association. Build your
self a borne and pay for it on the installment
6 lan. For information apply to M. C. WEST
ROOK, Secretary, room 87, Phillips blook,
Spring st. mlO 5m
ONEY TO LOAN IN ANY DESIRED
"mount on Improved city and country roal
estate. Collateral or commercial paper at cur
rent rates. Stocks, bonds aud other securities
bought aud sold on commission. NEUSTADT
A PIRTI E. 10 8. Fort. Will move May Ist to
Burdlck building, Second and Bpring sts. A3 lm
Milt lIATIOKAI,.
ner Sixth and Hill sts., opposite postomce.
m3ltf
mHjK LO'l ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF
1 Music, No. 406 8. Main st. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE. President.
NELLIE I. BOYNTON, VOCAL TEACHER.
Voice building taught from a purely scien
tific basis. Room 6, P. O. block, Fort st.'a 3 lm*
ST. MATTHEW'S HALL. SAN MATEO, CAL.
A Church School for boys; 23rd year. REV.
ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A., Principal.
U9-2m*
108I OB ANUELEH BO3INHBB COLLEGE AND
J English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 8.
Main St., neor Second. Experienced teachers;
complete courses of stuiy. Day and evening
sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prln. aSOt
ST, 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
oity olflce, 75 North Spring street.
REV. THCS. W. HASKINS, Acting Rector.
a 27-tf
BUSINESS COLLEGE
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 South Spring Street, Los Angelos, Cal
sessions day and kv eking.
For particulars, call at office or address.
820-ly F. C WOODBURY. Principal.
REGULAR PHYSICIANS.
DR. tXFBTCE AND
residence, 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1,056 tf
A. DE OAILHOL, M.~dT-AT HIS SANI
-. tartum, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone
891. al-tf
R. DARLING OCULIST ~ AND AURIST
Office 25 North Main St. Office Hours, 9a.
h. to 4 r. at. altf-dAw
8. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN,
• oor. Second and Los Angeles sts. Electrical
treatment, baths and massage. a3O lm
R. KANNON,
ters' Hospital; 1M N. Main St., rooms 1.2
and 3. Telephone 116. a 27 tf
R C. E. CLACIua HAS RKMOVED HIB
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Spring st.
Hours from 11 a. at. to 2T. H. Specialty—Sex
ual aud akin diseases, chronic diseases In gen
eral. a24tf
R. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR
ist, 107 8. Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Los
A'.t/cIM. Office hours, 9a.m.to 12 at. and 2to
4 p. v, a24tf
R. U GOLDBCRMIEDT—GBNKRAL PRAC
tlce. 23 8. Bpring. room 12; telephone,
1019. Residence, "Emerson," 415 S. Olive;
telephone, 1054. m2tf
RST DrTjTmT "safirirr(FOKMEßi.Y MRS.
C. E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in
Hospital. 145 Bellevue aye. Ladles cared for
durim; confinement. Midwifery a specialty.
a2B-6m
T_R. west - hughfhT FORMER RESIDENT
1/ Surgeon to tho Now York Hospital. Sur
gery (Including genlco-urinary diseases) and
disease* of the noso, throat aud chest. 75 N
Spring »t. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. n 24tf
ANNON A TURPfN. PHYSICIANS AND
surgeons. Ofnce.,2lBViß.Bpringst. RoomSi
3 and 4. Telephone 1028.
J. Hannoii, M. D., 1495 8 Main. Tel. 573.
T. J. Turpln. M. D , 648 8. Olive. Tel. 1029
al9 lm
HILToiTwiLLIAMB, M. 8., M. 0~. P. B.
.0. Specialist in diseases of the 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 Seoond and
Soring srreets, Los Angeles, Oal. Office hours,
from 9 a h. to 4 p. if.
"uaSJVa'tSTsT
DR.
■t. McDonald block. *15-tf
DR. W. H. MABBER HAS REOPENED HIB
dental office in rooms 1 and 2, California
Bank building, cor. Hecond and Fort sts. 130-tf
REMOVED.
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
st*., Wilson block: take elevator. Teeth
filled painlessly. Antesttietic perfectly harmless,
extracted without pain. Dr. Carson MscDouald,
Gold crowns and bridge work a specialty. Teeth
of Philadelphia, assistant. f4JlOm
ITdaMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23~"87~8PRINO
t\ 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, $1. Tooth
extracted without gas or air, 50 cents.
Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By our now
method of making teeth, a misfit It Impossible.
All work guaranteed. ....
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
out pain.
Offioo Honrs from BA. at., to SP. at. Sunday*
from 10 a.m. to 12 m. Night call* answered
of", nc aB-tf
FA W > H HO KICK.
En
trance. UNION LOAN OFFICE. 17 N.
Spring. a 232 m
SKCHI'ILtI rs.
BOO JH
8 and 4, Downey block, Loa Angelet. aZ2tf
EXCURSIONS.
OVERLAND EXCURSIONS LEAVE LOB
Angelea every Wednesday; Pullmsn
ttmrlit cars, fully equipped, to Omaha and
KausßS City. Call or address JOHN (ILARK,
| Spring st s2B lm
-EAST "AMD WESf, HJBMIT
111 monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas
City and Chicago. FREE sleeping accommoda
? ,f, . f 2 I .?S Kast For lowest rates, etc., apply
to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring it., Los An
«eU)«. |al2tf
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK
Island route excursions will leave Los
Anglos every Tuesday. Pullman tourist cart
mSfi*i , r ly , eo v lll PJf )oa - Call on or addres, F. W.
TjrfOMPSON, 110 N. Bprlng st a3-tf
WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS TO ALL
points East Through Pullman tourist
cars to Boston via Chicago, Ou' next parties
leave Los Angeles April 3d and 17th, May lit
15th and 29th. For tickets, berths, and further
Information, address L. M. WALTERS, 19 N.
Spring st., or 51 N, Bpring at., Los Angeles.
1 aSS
IrixcußßioNs to PARis ExTp'oimoN
!i leaving May (ita and June 10th, In Pullman
palace ears; railroad aud steamship tickets; all
I arrangements and information. Address A. B.
DESBERY,236N. Main St., Loa Angeles. a 25 lm
WABASH RO UTE —EX CURSI ONB LE AYE
Los Angeles every week. Pullman touiist
sleepers furnished complete. Excursions to
Paris May 6th and June 10th. Call or address
J. A. GRANGER,I7 N. Spring st. a 26 lm
LaXOCRBIONS-PHILLIPB' SELECT EXCUR
JJi stons, personally conducted, with through
Pullman Tourist Sleeping cart completely
from Los Angelet to Boston and New
York 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 A
CO., 44 N. Spring st, Los Augeles, Csl. a 27-tf
1 ■ LIXCURBIONB TO ALL
points East, via Salt
Lake City and Denver,
(spending Sunday In Salt
Lake City,) leave April llth,
25tb, May 9th, 23d! Pull
man tourist cart completely
equipped. Call upon or ad
, dress J. B. Qulgley, agent,
112 North Spring street. alO-tf
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH
excursions to New York, Boston and Phila
delphia. Pullman's new tourist car* with ladies
dressing room and lavatory; stoves with im
proved beaters for making tea and coffee; com
plete Pullman's equipment of bedding, in
cluding bed linen, toilet accessories, etc;
uniformed colored porters; S. P. Co.'s party
managers go through to New Orleans, thence
to Boston and Philadelphia. But one change of
cars (in Union Depot) at Clnlcnnntl. The
Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route through
the rich and historio South, Meridian, Bir
mingham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, etc.
Quick time, direct connections. Excursions
leave Los Angelet March 28th; April lltn;May
2d, 16th and 30th; June 13th and 27th; July
llth, 1889. For further particulars call on
or wlte aDy of the agencies oi the SOUTHERN
PACIFIC COMPANY In Southern California,
orC. F.SMURR, Assistant General Passenger
Agent Southern Paciflo Company, No. 202 N.
Main st.. Los Angelos, CaL cIS 5m
HOM E IMP' a t^OsFtil
IP a. olarkeTm. D.,
!i. dence, 24 g. Spring st. Honrs Ito 4 p.m
Telephone 353. al4
BS. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 87 N
Spring st., Loa Angelos, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 M., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 r. m, Dr. Boynton't
residence, 735 Olive st. ml9tf
TBAAO FELLOWS, M. D.—HOMBOP AT HIST
1 Office Hours-11 to 12 a. h.. 3 to 5 p. m.,
Office—No*. 2 and 6 Odd Fellows' Building,
Los Angelos, Oal. Residence 406 Boath Main
street a»-tt.
Q S. SALISBURY, M. D . HOMasPATHIirf!
O. Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson blook. cor.
First aud Spring Bt*. Residence, 538 8. Pearl
st Office hours. It A. M. to Sp. M. Telephone
Nos.: Offioe 597! residence 577. a 24tf
ATTORNEYS.
ALTER
Block. 130 W. First st. m! 4 tf
' i B. HOTCHKIbi,TTTORNEY, ROOMS 8
A. snd 9, Safe Deposit building, oor. New
High and Templo sts. al7tf
GRIFFIN JOHNSTON. SHELDEH BORDEN
JOHNSTON & BORDEN, ATTORNEYS AT
Law and Examiners ol Titles, room. 7 and
8, Jones Block, 75 N. Sprlug at., Los Angeles,
Cal. a2Btf
AUCTION SALEM.
PEESON'S
—GENERAL—
Auction andjCommission House.
NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECOND ST.
Peremptory Bales of New and '-oond-Hand
Furniture
WEDMESBAY, MAY 1,
SATURDAY, MAY 4
At 10 a. m. and 2 r. v.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments
Outside sales made on application.
KEN O. RHOADE?, Auctioneer.
la 5-tf
Maison de Paris.
GRAND SPRING OPENING
Monday, Tuesday.Wednesday,
MARCH 18, 19, 20.
THE
Largest Most Elegant Display
EVER EXHIBITED IN THE CITY.
Also, good taste in our cheap gc-odfi, at
the most reasonable price.
MME. DELER,
aa W. FIRST ST.,
Third Door from Spring Street,
als 12m LOB ANGELEB. CAL,
WTCTFURREY.
Builders' Hardware
Full Stock at Lowest Prices.
The finest stock cf GARDEN HO3X in the city.
LAWN SPRINKLERS in every variety.
PUMPS for destroying the scale bug a specialty.
THE MODEL GRAND RANGE, the leader of
them all.
METAL ROOFING and SANITARY PLUMBING
acpeclalty.
Will the public kindly give me a call.
81 and 61 N. Spring St
116 S. Fort St
•30U
AROUND THE CITY.
Arrangements for the Ex-
position Building.
THE CELEBRATION AT HOME
Programme for the Exercises to be
Held in Los Angeles—Other
Interesting News.
The industrial Exposition project be
gins to take form and shape. A meeting
cf the citizena was held yesterday after
noon at the rooms of the Chamber of
Commerce, at which a large number of
prominent business men and active
spirits were present, and the plans was
subjected to a close examination and
a vigorous discussion for several
hours. At the end, the general
sentiment appeared to be that the
scheme would undoubtedly carry, that
people could be found who would be
ready to come forward and subscrioe
the amount needed for the undertaking,
and 'hit the exposition, when once un
der way, would be well patronized.
A coiAUittee appointed for the purpose
is about to issue a prospectus, in which
the advantages of the plan are to be set
forth for the edification of the public.
During the next few weeks the solicitors
for the Board of Managers will visit the
business men and capitalists of tbe city,
and the plan will be subjected to its last
test. From the tenor of the meeting
there is no doubt that the money will be
easily raised.
The meeting was called to order by E.
K. Hughes. He asked E. F. Spence to
preside, and M. B. Higgins was chosen
Secretary. At the request of the chair
man Mr. Higgins read from the by-laws
of the corporation the objects for which
the Industrial Exposition had come into
existence.
Mr. Hughes, who has from the first
been one of tbe most active workers in
the affair, and Is at present the President
of the corporation, was called upon:
" The resources of this State," said he,
" are very great, and, if means could
be found to successfully exhibit
then to the people at large it would
greatly hasten the day of our prosperity.
There is an opportunity presented in this
section for an unusual diversity of inter
ests, and some plan ougbt to be devised
to help stimulate effort in the direction
of producing a greater variety of indus
tries." He referred to a number of co
related subjects, such as art and music,
which could be included in the exposi
tion of the progress of the section. The
advantages to the city from the number
of visitors who would come to see the ex
position were outlined, and suggestions
offered by the speaker as to the methods
to be used in gaining the confidence and
enthusiastic interest of the people.
Colonel Flournoy, who had been asked
to give some idea as to success which
had attended tne St. Louis exposition,
said that, though he was not prepared
with definite figures, he could unhesitat
ingly affirm that nothing which had hap
pened in St. Louis for a quarter of a cen
tury had contributed so greatly to its
growth and prosperity as the exposition
held there. The speaker had been per
sonally acquainted with the projectors of
tbe scheme there and had thought that
they were working on too large a scale.
But the outcome proved what a success
could be made of such a plan. They
had a building covering over a block and
a half. This building had been paid for,
and the company had made money every
year. Colonel Flournoy believed that
nothing could contribute so much to the
immediate prosperity of this section as
just such an exposition ac was outlined.
Mr. B. E. Hoyt responded to a call
from the Chairman, and said that he
knew what sort of a success had been
made out of the plan in Chicago and in
Minneapolis, and he believed that the
same sort of a success could be made
here. At Denver the plan had failed,
but the reason was very evident. There
was a real estate scheme mixed up with
it, and the building was put way out of
town. The need for instruction in the
matter of the products of the section, was
not confined to visitors from the East.
Many of the citizens could learn much
'from such an exposition, and think bet
ter of their city and their section when
they came to more fully appreciate its
boundless resources.
Mr. Spence said he wanted to intro
duce a modest young man, who was not
very well known here, and he asked
Mayor Hazard to come to the front, Mr.
Hazard said that he had had some bitter
experience in the former schemes of this
sort. He had seen one which was quite
promising fail simply because an unfor
tunate locality was chosen for the build
ing. He thought that the building ought
cettiinly to be erected near the
center of the city. Of course it would
be to his advantage, as one of the owners
of the Pavilion, to have the building
further out, but he wanted tbe scheme to
be a success.
Inquiry being made as to whether the
stock was now on the market, Major £.
W. Jones said the purpose of tbe meet
ing was to bear from the citizens on the
subject, and if the plan met with public
approval, the ttock would be immedi
ately offered fcr sale.
Judge Wells said that he believed that
the shortest way to get an expiession of
the opinion of those present was by a
vote, and he moved that the meeting
heartily endorse the plan as set forth
by the Board of Directors. Before
putting the motion the Chairman said,
that, in his opinion, nothing could
contribute so largely to tbe progress of
Southern California as the establishment
and the successful carrying out of this
plaa, but it must have the hearty co
operation of every citizen. The motion
was carried unanimously.
Mr. Bobinson, the Vice-President of
the cable car system of Los Angeles,
was called upon. He said that he had
had no little experience in England and
Chicago with expositions of this char
acter, and was firmly of the opinion thai
the plan could be carried out successfully
in Los Angeles. He believed
in a central location, but the
building ought not to be cramped.
There was a brilliant future in store for
this section and for Los Angeles City,
and the proposed exposition would help
to let the whole country know that fact.
Prof. Ivers, who was called upon by
Mr. Hughes, detailed his idea of what
such an exposition should be like.
G. M. Smith, recently of Jacksonville,
Florida, narrated what had been accom
plished in that city through the energy
FIVE CENTS.
of one man. There wm every reason
*vby a magnificent success should be at
tained here, where there is so much
more to exhibit, and a better territory to
from.
Mr. J. B. Lankershim referred to the
Mechanics Fair at San Francisco, which
was itartei twenty-ceven years aeo.when
that city ua3 much smaller than Los An
geles is now. It had been a great buc
cess. There was no reason why a similar
result should not be attained here.
E. A. Forrester spoke in behalf of the
committee which had the matter of tbe
site in band, that they did not propose to
be influenced by any real estate schemer.
They wished to find a piece of ground
arge enough and as near the center of
the city as is possible.
Charles Forman said that the assets of
the San Francisco Mechanics' Fair Com
pany were said to be over a million dol
lars. He thought that, as a plain
mattar of business, no difficulty would
be experienced in raising the necessary
amount in this city.
Mr. Mullen, of the firm of Mullen,
Bluet; & Company, spoke of the success
which had come to a similar effort in
Milwaukee, and of the advantages which
had come to that city through its annual
exposition.
It was decided by a motion that the
directors of the Association be requested
to appoint a committee to solicit sub
scriptions to the stock. A number of
gentlemen came forward immediately
and put down their names for a share,
many of them promising to raise the sub
scription as soon as they were better pre
pared to make a decision in the matter.
Among these were E. W. Jones, $1,000;
H. C. Witmer, $1,000; S. W. Luitweiler,
$1,000; Charles Forman, $500; Eugene
(Jermain, $500; E. A. Forrester, $500; M.
Dodsworth, $500.
THE CELEBRATION.
Tbe Programme to Be Carrie* Out
To-Day.
The Centennial of tbe inauguration of
Washington as President of the United
Stat9B,will be celebrated in this city to-day
in various places and ways." At sunrise
this morning a salute of 100 guns will be
fired, and a imilar salute will be fired
at sunset. At 9 o'clock this morning ex
ercises will be held in the First Presby
terian Church, under the auspices of the
Ministerial Union and the Historical So
ciety. Rev. C. W. Heisler and Major E.
W. Jones will preside, and after the or
gan voluntary, Key. J. S. Gilfillan will
deliver the invocation. Rev. E. K. Brain
erd will read the Scripture selection and
Key. A. C. Williams will lead in prayer.
Miss Jennie Winston will sing tbe "Star
Spangied Banner," and Judge W. A.
Cheney will deliver the address. Rev.
W. W. Tinker will dismiss tbe audience
with the benediction.
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon the exer
cises will commence st the Synagogue
on Fort Etreet, under the direction of
Rev. Dr. Blum. Tbe opening hymn,
"Shout with Joy," will be sung by Mrs.
Haraldson, Mrs. Scarborough, and
Messrs. Osgood and Lamb. Rev. Dr.
Blum will read a psalm and Mrs. Harold
pon will sing a solo. After the prayer,
Mr. Osgood will sing "Flag Without
Stain," which will be followed by an ad
dress by Rev. Dr. Blum. Mrs. Scarbor
ough will sing "La Patrie," and Mr.
Lamb will sing the German "Ode to
Liberty." The quartette and congrega
tion will close the exercises with
"America."
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon the Sev
enth Regiment Band will give the follow
ing programme in the Sixth-street Park:
Hail Columbia; cornet solo (selected);
selection from Maritana,Wallace; march,
"Guide Right," J. Ph. Sonsa; "Red,
White and Blue;" trio, "Three Bull
finches;" medley, "National Airs,"
Theo. Moses; "America;" G. A. R.
march, "Poet 225," D. H. Stubblebein;
bass solo, M. 11. Knoll; "Yankee
Doodle;" Ramona Waltz; baritone solo,
"Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep," Mr.
John Ream; march, "Blueand Grey;"
ealop; "Recollections of the War," E.
Beyer.
NOTES.
The Washington Association will give
a banquet this evening, at 9 o'clock, at
the Maison Dore.
Tbe pupils of the Breed-street school
and the Montgomery-street school give
exhibitions yesterday in honor of the
centennial.
At Alhambra the exercises will be held
at the Presbyterian church. Bey. H. J.
Crist and ex-Senator Fowler, of Tennes
see, will deliver addresses.
The Young Men's Institute, cf this
city, will hold a picnic to-day at the
Ostrich Farm picnic grounds. A num
ber cf prizes will be awarded at tbe
games which are announced.
At Pasadena the celebration will take
place at the Tabernacle. Rev. P. F.
Breeee will deliver the address and Miss
Peck will sing the "Star Spangled Ban
ner." A banquet will be given in the
evening at the Painter's hotel.
An open meeting of the Frank Bart
lett Poet and Woman's Relief Corps, G.
A. R., will be held this evening in the
G. A. R. Hall, North Main street. The
picgramme will be as follows: Instru
mental solo, Miss Viola Bennett; vocal
solo, Miss Stewart; recitation, Mrs. Lulu
Calvin ; vocal solo, Mrs. Beeson; ad
dress, Major Horace Bell.
There will be a big celebration, to-day,
at the terminus of the Temple-street car
line. The entertainment will consist of
an exhibition drill of Company A, N. G.
C, of Los Angeles, and Company D, of
Pomona, in the morning, aad a sham
battle and dress parade in the afternoon.
The Seventh Infantry, First Brigade,
N. G. C, will be on guard duty in the
forenoon. Oae good feature about the
affair is that it will be free to everybody.
Traveling- In Style.
The following is a list of the passengers
on the last trip of the Golden Gate
■pceial:
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Buck, F. E. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Easton, Chicago;
K. Winber, New York; J. V. Wayman
and wife, Indiana; '0. P. Hailing, R.
Ballinger, New York; Mr. and Mrs. B.
Fisher, Miss Fieher, Ogden ; A. J. Freid
lander, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chase, J.
Early, 8. Fessenden, J. C. Sullivan,
Mrs. Dr. Becker, New York; Mre. W. J£.
Ballinger, Indiana; L. Clark, Omaha.
A True Artlat.
"When were you abroad, Mr. Tig
ment?"
"Never. Why?"
"Your pictures frequently have 'Paris,
'87,' below your signature."
"Ah, yes. Tbat is nothing but aa
artistic touch, yon know. Givee 'go' v
the picture."—[Harper's Bazar.

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