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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXII.—NO. 47
(X H. O. Wtatt. lessee and Manager.
R. 8. Douglas. Associate Manager.
One Week Only, commencing May 27th,
THE MIGHTY MINSTREL MONARCHB,
JOHNSON At BL«VIN'S
: MAJESTIC «ND MATCHLESS ;
The Real Leaders—
CARROLL JOHNSON. 808 SLAVIN.
Special production of the original burlesque
on "THE LITTLE TYCOON," entitled flu
Little Fly Coon, with all the musical
gems ol the opera.
Every feature entirely new from first part to
Popular Prices. my22td
N. Mr' .jar First at.
Doyle A Isaacs, Proprietors and Managers.
"THE FAMILY AMUSEMENT RESORT,"
Family Matinees, Saturdays and Sundays.
WEEK COMMENCING SATURDAY NIGHT,
Elaborate presentation of the powerful Melo
LOST IN LONDON!
Cast with the full strength of our Company.
GORGEOUS AND REALISTIC SCENES,
STARTLING MECHANICAL EFFECTS AND '
THRILLING SITUATIONS AND 1
Popular prices—lsc , 250. and 35c. No higher.
Matinees, 15c. aud 25c. No extra
Sale of seats at box office daily.
Doors opeu at 7:30 p. v ; performance at 8.
fJIHIS SPACE DONATED BY'THE "HERALD"
THE FREE LABOR EXCHANGE BENEFIT,
Sunday, June 2d, at Washington Gardens.
$000 worth of prizes—s2oo worth ol adver
tising donated by the newspapers and
merchauts to make the Picnic a success.
TWO MONSTER MILITARY BANDS.
Baby Show, May Pole Dance, Fan Drill, Jump
ing, Running, etc.
FIREWORKS IN THE EVENING.
Admission—Gents, 50c.; Ladies, free.
If you canuot atteud, buy a ticket anyway.
A Swimming Bath,
FORT STREET, BET. SECOND AND THIRD,
Adjoining New City Hall.
Basin 30x84 feet; water heated by steam,
©pen day and evening; Sundays close at 6 p. M. ,
Admission, 25c. and 35c Plain, hot baths, In
fine procelain tubs, at all hours, for ladies or
geutlemeu, 25c Every Tuesday, from 7tolo *
r. m., ladles' and gentlemen's night; no gentle
men admitted witoout a lady. Spectators, free.
yiENNA BUFFET, cor. Main and Requena sts.
FIRBT-CLABB ENTERTAINMENT AND j
EVERY EVENING FREE I
By the Vicuna Ladles' Orchestra, under Miss
Julia do Beltran.
FIRST-CLASS AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. my2tf j
no. 17 First St., bet. Main and Spring sts,
Every Evening Free I
—BY THE— j
TYROLEAN QUARTETTE. my4-lm i
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertisemeuts under the following headi
Inserted at the rate of 5 cents per Une tor each
H'~EADQUAKTEtt3 FRANK B ARTLETTPOST, j
No 0, Depaitineut of California, G. A. R.
A regular mi eting of Frank Bartlett. Post, No. 1
6, G. A. R.will be held at G. A. R. Hall, No.
25 N. Main it., May 28th, at 7:30 P. M. Visit
ing comrades.are cordially invited. By request
the open met ting for this day Is postponed.
By order of Pest, W. J. UROV\ N, Commander.
HENRY I. CI INE, Acljuiani. my2B It
CORDIAL INVII A'l lON HAVING BEEN
exteuded to the Viteransof the Mexican
War by the Joint Met orlal Day Committee
through me as tho tec eiarj, I desire all the
veterans to meet at the 3rand Opeia House on
May 30th, at 1 o'clock r M., to join and partici
pate in the dei oration ceremonies of that day.
I I). DUNI.AP, Secretary of Associated Veter
ans of the Mexican War. my2B
Jli chasing elsewhere Diamonds, watches
and jewelry. M. M. LOWENTHAL, No. 17 N.
Spring at. < my 23 2m
THE~~LO3 XnGKLES DETECTIVE BUREAU,
room 38, Wilson Block. Reliable, prompt
and efficient service at all times. myl2-tf
OLCOMB A TAYLOR, A TTORNEYS-AT-
Law. Specialties—Divorce, probate and
criminal law; advice free, office, No. 28 8.
Spring st. t *29-lf
A' LADY HAViNG A PLEASANT HOME IN
the suburbs of Pomoua, wishes to adopt or
take charge of one or two boys or girls. Ad
dress, J. P. W., box 964, Pomona, Los Angeles
RS. DR. FRENCH, THE RENOWNED FOR
tnue teller. This woman tells wonderful
things, brings parties together; also doctors
ladles for general debility and chronic diseases.
Room 22, Montrose House, coruer of Fourth
and Main sts. mys-tf
DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND
jewelry. M. M. LOWENTHAL, No. 17 N.
Spring St. my 23 2m
f\A"H PAID FOR DIAMONDS, JEWELRY,
\j old gold, silver, etc., by G. SMITH, manu
facturing Jeweler, rooms 18 and 19, 23 8.
Spring si. my 24 lm
HYONE DESIPING PICTUREB OF THE
Easter decorations of Fort-st. M E. Church,
cau obtain them at SANBORN & VAILS ART
STORE, 39 3. Si ring .t. my2B 1»
LOST AND FOUND.
drives in diamonds, watches and jewelry.
M. M. LOWENTI tL, No 17 N. Spring st.
V l_Jy23 2m
LOST- ON EIGHTH OR MAIN BTB., ON
Bunday, 26ih, a star and crescent shaped
gold pin, with 7 white (tores. Return tc Her
ald office and be rewarded. my2B 2*
STRAYED— ONi" t-MAI l. BAY MAKE PONY,
branded 8 on shoulder and hip, weight MO
pounds. Anyone returning samo to E. J.
CURBOIJ, 803 8. Hill street will be suitably re
warded. my2b 1*
STRAYED OR BTOLEN-OnITIdTrK-BAY
mare, 4 years old, brand B on right shoul
der, had halter on. Any one leaving informa
tion with CHASE A FRENCH, 23 Hays St., E.
L. A., will be liberally rewarded. my26-6t-wlt*
W *NTED— »ÜBIf TH.
male and female, for overy town, village
and ofty in Southern California. First-class,
quick telling works. Big comnlsslons. Apply
for terms, eto., and engage territory at once.
PACIFIC PRESS PUBLISHING CO., 121 Bouth
Spring-st. my i 1 lm*
WANTED 81 I'CATIONS—FEMALE.
VV as governess; city references. Address
B. K. M., Troploo, Oal. my2l 7*
W4NTKD Mil Vllll»"< mil.
engineer; city reference. Address H. 1..,
box 100, Herald office. my2B 1»
WaWei£obXman fob" WORK on FRUIT
ranch; good steady hand. AddreßsJ. p.,
box 80, Hkrai.p office. my 22 10*
WANTED— EXPERIENCED CLOAK BALEF
woman; one that thoroughly understands
the business; none o her need apply. Address
J., care of P.O. box 2077, City. my2B 2»
WANTED— 5 EXPERIENCED LAKY 80LIC
ltors can make good wages by applying at
the Free 1 abor Exchange from 12 until 2
o'clock to day, 9 Fort st ,"1211*
ONT MI3B THIS OPPORTUNITY. BAoRl
fice lv diamonds, watchos and Jewelry. M.
M. LOWENTHAL, No. 17 N. Spring st
my 23 2m
\A7ANTED — FURNITURE OK A 5 ROOM
( W house. J. 0. MORRIS, 440 8. Spring st.
Joula Furniture Stoic. my2B 2*
anted-1,000 laying hens apply
to K. E. SHATTUCK, Qarvauzo, Cal.
aWeD-TO BUY L\Y' IN i t HENS. IS
any quantity. Address 8., P, 0. Box 1207,
Pasadena. my 26 3t*
NEAT CLEAN ROOMS.NICELY' FURNISH*')'
reasonable rates. 139 E. First St., Wattell
block. my 2 lm
F OR RENT — FURNISHED SUITE FOR
housekeeping, $12 pi r re onth, at 18 Repent
j my2B 5»
F 1 OR RENT—FURN [SHED ROOMS EN SUI IK
of either 3 or 4 for housekeeping: summer
rates. 23 Buena Vista st near Temple
KENT—FOS TER BLOCK HAS BEEN
1 re-opened on first-class principles; rooms
all refurnished. MRS. GOLDSTEIN, proprie
tress, 28 8. Main. my 3 lm
FOR RENT —ON HILL; 4 ROOM HOUSE $7.
326 Montreal et , near Alpine. my2o 3t*
OR RENT—NEW D^ROOM ~ HOUSE, WITH
bath, on Second St., near Olive. BRAD
SHAW & ZELLNER, 34 N. Spring st. my 24 7t
T.IOR RfelNT—33 BELMONT A\E. SIMPLY
_TJ furnished cottag». Five rooms, trunk
room and kltcbeu:s3o n month and water rates
LIOR RENT—FOR THE SEASON AT LONG
J? Beach, the nicest cottage lv Long Beach
Eight rooms; four bedrooms, bath room hot and
cold water. Fully furnished. Enquire of DR.
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, Holl.ntwck Hotel.
VTO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. DIA
il monds, watches aud jewelry M. M. LOW
ENTHAL, 17 N. Spring et. my 23 2m
OR TWO HORSE SPRING RANCH
wagon, canvas top; 1 phaeton; 1 two-seat
family carriage; 1 thorough brace buggy; second
hand; will be sold at a bargain. Apply at
room 14 Downey block. my2s 7t
IloH SALE - A GOOD FAMILY HORSE;
' good traveller; also phaeton and harness
Can be seen mornings at Empire Stables, opp.
the Hollenbeck. my2B 3*
TOOK ¥aLE—2 REGIS IE RE D, 4-Y EAR-OLD
Jt? Jersey cows; in point of excellence second
,to none: one just fresh, the other will be soon,
price, $175 with their calves, $125 without;
also 2 high-grade Jerseys; one fresh, the other
.soon to be; prico $90 aud $100; 6 and 7 years
old ; first clsss in every respect. Address 446
S. Spring St. my2B 2»
FOR SALE-CUT Property.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL AND SEE l! 8
for dfamouds, watches aud jewelry. M. M.
LOWENTHAL, No. 17 N. t-pring st, my 23 2m
F 1 OR SALE—CHOICE LOTS, CLOSE IN;
half-price. 119 N. Bunker Hill my2B^7*
OR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, SEVERAL
lots ou E. New Main st. L. SCHMIDT, 10
8. Spring st. my23-7t
TTtOR BALE—A HOUSE OF TWENTY-THREE
J? rooms, on a large lot on Wilmington st A
bargain. Apply to J. C. BYRAM, 19 W. First
TJIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-IN THE
C center of towu-120xir>5 feet, with $7,000
improvements; can be divided into lots, as It
cpeus on two streets; parlies leaving town.
Address box 1402, city my 26 3t»
TO EXCHANGE—GOOD PROPERTIES A
specialty by KURTZ A LIST, 18 8 Spring
I Bt. my 3 lm
TO EXCHANGE—GOOD PROPERTY HERE
for property in or near Pueblo, Colo. Apply
L. CURRY, box 06f>. Los Angeles. m 25 5*
/CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN PROPERTY'
\j to exchange. T. B. McDONALD, rooms 8
and 9 new Wilson building, corner Spring and
First sts. my22tf
TO EXCHANGE-HOUSES, LOTS, BUSINESS
property, ranches. Eastern property, mer
chandise, notes, stocks, diamonds, etc Big
list Offers for everyone. J. C. WILLMON,
128J4 W. First st. myl-lm"
TO EXCHANGE—IOO ACRES ON MOHAVE
River, 100 fenced, 5 in alfalfa; large gar
den; 100 Inches of water; 3 room house, cor
ralls, chicken house, etc : school on place,
store, station. P O. half mile: 50 miles north
San Bernardino, for small improved place, or
Eastern property. Address H. L. ATWOOD,
Halleck, Cal. my2s 4»
SLAUGHTER IN DIAMONDS, WATCHES
and jewelry at M. M. LOWENTHAL'3, No.
17 N. Spring St. my 23 2m
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, PER
sonal property and collateral security $10
up; pianos without removal; also on merchan
dise, furniture, etc. in warehouse. WILSON A
DE GROOT, room 32! i South Spring st. 529-lm
IF YOU WANT TO LOAN MONEY, CALL
on NEUBTADT & PIRTLE, 27 W. Second St.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. F. (7.
ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. my2tf
ONEY TO LO AN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L.
SCHMIDT, No. 16 8 Spring St. _ my4tf_
SOT r AAA TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT.
<P£ ( ,UUU F. M. FORN F.Y, 18 8. Fort st
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP
erty. POMEROy A GATES, 16 Court st.
TIMER A HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78
Temple block. my22tf
MONEY LOANED ON PIANOS WITHOUT
removal, diamonds, personal property, col
laterals, etc. Box 156, city. mys-lm*
ONEY TO LOAN—IN HUMS TO SUIT, ON
gilt edged security. W. S. WATERS,
room 2,117 New High st. my 10tf_
C'lf W\ 11/1/ I TO LOAN—A. J. VIELF, 23
5h 1 UUaJUU N. Spring St. a3otf
0»t AAA AAATO LOAN ON REAL EB
-3SL>UUU>UUU tate. SECURITY SAVINGS
BANK, 40 8. Main st. m y!7 tf
OTTO BRODTBECK, ROOMS 20 AND 21,
Sohumacher block. No. 7 N. Spring st.
Money tolian on improved oity property.my2ltf
©1 A Aflfl TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT
JDIt.UUU on first mortgages. Explain se
curity fully. M. T., P. O. box 304, City.
MONEY TO LOAN —ON FIRST-OLABB
mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER,
Room 9, Baker Block, Los Angeles. my9tf
ONEY LOANED ON REAL kSTATE, MORT
gages, diamonds, jewelry, pianos, collat
erals, etc. LEE BROS. A DOUGLASS, 304
South Spring Bt my 2
i CRAWFORD A McOREERY, ROOMTdToVBR
I ;Lob Angeles National Bank. Loan |50 to
(50,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy
notes, mortgages and cor tracts my2otf
ttVftTT TO $50,000 TO LOAN AT REABONT
JPIUU ble rates. LOB ANGELES REAL ES
TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. C.
1 FLOURNOY, Secretary, 1 N. Fort st ■ my9lm
Safe Deposit building, cor. Temple and New
i High sts., Los Angeles, agent for San Francisco
and Eastern capitalists- WYotl
TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 28. 1889.
UY~"EM~'wIIEN THEY'RE LOW. DlA
mondß, watches :nd jewelry. M. M. LOW
ENTHAL, No. 17 N. Spring Bt. my 23 2m
BUBINEBB~ OHANCE-$1,600 WILL BUY
the furniture of 25 rooms on Spring st.,
uear Second; owner will rent premises for $140
per month; all but 7 rooms already rented, of
fices, etc., for nearly twice amount of rent
asked; cail and Investigate for yourself. Apply
WILSON A DE GROOT, room 15, 32K 8
Spring st. my4tf
\j bai gains offered In diamonds, watches and
eweiry M. M. LOWENTHAL, 17 N. Spring Bt
my 23 2m
ARVARD MILITARY ACADEMY, COR
ner Sixth and Hill sts., opposite postofftce.
THE LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF
Music, No. 406 8. Main st. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, Presidents
08 ANGEIJCB BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 S.
Main Bt., near Second. Experienced teachers;
complete courses of study. Day and evening
sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin. aBot
S~T. HILDA'S HALL OF GLEN DA LB — A
Boarding and Day School for Girls Full
corps of teachers. For circulars apply to Rev.
J. D. EASTER, Ph. D., Rector, Glendale, Cal.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, MEDICAL
Department—The regular course of lec
tnres will begin Monday, June 3d, at 9 o'clock,
at the College Btocktou st , cor. Chestnut, Ban
Francisco. R. A. McLEAN, M. D., Dean, 603
Merchant st., cor Montgomery. San Franoisco.
myl7 lrlAtu 4t
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
159 Sonth Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal
SESSIONS DAT AND KVBNINB.
For particulars, call at office or address.
s2O-ly F. 0. WOODBURY. Principal.
DR. CHAS. DE BZIGETHY. OFFICE AND
residence, 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1,056 tf
ITXM CAILHOL, mTdT—AT HIS BANI-
U. tarinm, Pearl, south of Temple. Telophone
DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIBT
Office 25 North Malu Bt Office Hours, 9a.
at. to 4 p. M. myltf-dAw
AS. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN,
.cor. Second and Los Augelessts. Electrical
treatment, baths and massage. a3O lm
DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN 818
-ters' Hospital: N Main St., rooms 1,2
and 3. Telephone 116. my 27 tf
DR. C. E. CLACIUB HAS REMOVED HIS
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 S. Spring St.
Hours from 11 a. h. to 2r. at. Specialty—Sex
ual and skin diseases, chronic diseases in gen
DR. L. GOLDBCHMIEDT—OBNERAL PKAC
tice. 23 S. Spring; telephone, 1019. Resi
dence, "Emerson," 415 8. Olive; telephone,
DR. L. HIRSCHKOWITZ, GERMAN PHY
sician. New United states Hotel, rooms 10
and 11. Office hours, 10 a. a. to M a., 3to 5,
7toBp. m. Telephone 726. my3tf*
MRS. DR. J.M. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS.
C.E. BOURCEY) Infirmary and Lying-in
Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladles cared for
during confinement. Midwifery a specialty.
PJ. O'NEILL, M. D., RUSS HOUSE, COR.
. First and Los Angeles streets, Los Angeles,
Cal. Telephone 778. Office hours: 10 to 12
a. M.; 1t03p.m.;7 to 8 p. M. my33-tf
DR. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur
gery (including genito-urinary diseases; and
diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N
Spring st. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. my 24tf
HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., M. C. P. S>
•O. Specialist in diseases of the head,
throat and chest, Including the eye, ear and
heart. Oxygen, compouud 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 h to 4 p. m.
curslon Agency will be located st 34 s.
Spring St. Teachers excursion East June 10th;
also special excursion to Paris and Eurrps.
J. A. GRANGER, Traveling Agent. mj26 lm
ALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS TO .ALL
points East. Through Pullman tourist
cars to Boston via Chicago, Our next parties
lesve 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.
IjIXHORSIONS— PHILLIPS' SELECT EXCUR
!i slons, personally conducted, with through
Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars completely
■ Quipped from Los Angeles to Boston ana New
Y'oi k City without change. Next parties leave
April 10'h and 24th, May Bth and 22d, June
sth and 19th. For tickets, borths and further
information, call on or address A. PHILLIPS &
CO., 44 N. Spring St., Los Angeleß, Cal my27-tf
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK
Island route excursions leave Los Ange
les every Tuesday. This fs the only Excur
sion Company furnishing Pullman tourist
sleeping cars, fully equipped Los Angeles
to Chicago, Boston aud New York, via 3alt Lake
City, where* a stop of several hours is made,
affording passengeis an opportunity to visit
the Mormon Tabernacle, and other points of
interest. Call on or address, F. W. THOMP
SON, 110 N. Spring st. my3-tf
DENVER & RIO GRANDE
and Burlington Route
excursions via Salt Lake
City and Denver, leave Loa
Angeles every Monday and
Thursdsy, nslng tho latest
improved Pullman tourist
cars, elegantly equipped,
t _ Los Angeles to Chicago,etc ;
also chair cars free, Denver to Chicago; dining
cars, Denver to Chicago. Call upon or address
J. B. Quigley, Agent, Burlington X ute, No.
1)2 North Spring Btreet. my 10-tf
IA OGDEN AND UNION PACIFIC RAIL
w ay—Commencing May 12,188#, through
Pullman tourlat cars Los Angeles to Kansas
City and Omahf, and Pullman palaoecarsto
Ogden and Ogden to Omaha and Kansas City,
aud reclining chair cars Ogden to Council
Bluffs will run daily, leaving Lob Angeles at
10:20 p. m Excursion leaves every Wednes
day with through ears to Chicago. New York
and Boston without change. Fur tickets,
berths, and tther information, call on or Ad
dress JOHN CLARK, 51 N. Spring st. my2B lm
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH
excursions to New York, Boston and Phila
delphia. Pullman's new tourist can with ladies
dressing room and lavatory; stoves with im
proved heaters for making tea and coffee; com
plete Pullman's equipment of bedding, in
cluding bed linen, toilet accessories, etc.;
uniformed colored porters; 8. P. Co.'s party
mauagers go through to New Orleans, thence
to Boston and Philadelphia. But one change ol
cars (in Union Depot) at Clnlcnnatt. The
Sunset and Queen and Crescont Route through
the rich and historic South, Meridian, Bir
mingham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, etc.
Quick time, direct connections. Excursions
leave Los Angeles Maroh 28th; April litre May
2d, 10th and 30th; Juno 13tb end 27th; July
11th, 1889. For further particulars call ou
or write any of the agencies or the SOUTHERN
PACIFIC COMPANY in Southern California,
orC.F.SMURR, Assistant General Passenger
Agent Southern Paciflo Company, No. 202 N.
Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. myl3 lit
WALTER ROSE, ATTORNEY. REDICK
Block, 136 W. irst st. ml4-tf
AB. HOTCHK.SS, ATTORNEY, ROOMS S
. and 9, Bate Deposit building, oor. New
High and Temple sts. myl7tf
ft A. 1.1 Nil W. N. SHINN. CALVIN KI>BEBT"N.
SHINN, EDGERTON it% LINO, ATI ORNEYS
at-law, rooms 5 and 6, Redlek block, cor.
Fort and First sts., Los Angeles, Cal. my2Stt
OBIFPIN JOHNSTON. BHKLDKM BOBDEN
"JOHNSTON A BORDEN, ATTORNEYS AT
tt Law and Examiners ol Titles, room. 7 and
8, Jones Block, 75 N. Spring Bt., Loa Amreles,
1 /-IHAS. W. DAVIS. ARCHITECT ROOMB
V 3 md 1, Downey blook, Lot Anv«les.ciy22tf
Tjl A. OLARKB,
Cj. donee, 24 S. Spring st. Honrs 1 to 4 P. M.
Telephone 358. my 14
DRB. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring st , Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
H to 12 m ,1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. K. Dr. Boynton's
residence, 735 OUye st. ml9tf
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. It. -HOMEOP ATHIBT
office Honrs—ll to IS a. at., 2to 5 p. at.,
Office—Nos. 2 and 6 Odd FeUows' Building,
Los Angeles, Oal. Residence 408 South Main
street. my 9-tt.
8. SALISBURY, at, D.. HOMtEPATHIST
■ Office, rooms 11 and 12, Bryscn block, cor.
First and Spring sts. Residence, 638 S. Pearl
st. Office hours, 11 a. m. to 3r. m. Telephone
Nos.: Office 597! residence. 577. my 24tf
St., McDonald block. mylS-tf
DR. W. H. MASBER HAS REOPENED HJS
dental office In rooms 1 and 2, California
Bank building, cor. Second and Fort sts. j3O-tf
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
sts., Wilson block: take elevator. Teeth
filled and extracted without pain. Anesthetic
perfectly harmless. Gold crowns and bridge
work a specialty. Dr. Carson Mac Donald
of Philadelphia, assistant. mi tf
ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 28~57 SPRING
fV Btreet. Rooms 4 and 6,
Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and silver
fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by
vitalised air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth
extracted without gas or air, 50 cents.
Best sets of teeth from 86 to 810. By our new
method of maktng teeth, a misfit la impossible.
All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
Office Hours from Ba. at., to sr. M. Snndays
from 10 a. m. to 12 m. Night calls answered
office my 8-tf
Neottal)T™a pTrtle! dealers In
county and city school bonds: bank, street
railway and manuf. company's stocks; loans
made on real estate and collateral security at
current rates. 27 W. 2d St.. Bnrdick building.
"NOTARIES IM III,!«'.
RD, LIST, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
. veyancer. 18 B. Spring st. my 3 lm
JK. URMSTON. NOTARY PUBLIC, CHIL
. dress Bank, 37 South Spring Bt. myl9-tf
CHE n i an.
■ cor. First and Fort Gold, silver, waters,
fertilizers, minerals, etc., tested and analyzed.
AUCTION S ILES.
W. E. BEESON'S
Auction and I ommission House,
NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECOND ST.
Peremptory Sales ol New and Second-Hand
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29,
SATURDAY, JUNE 1,
At 10 a. m. and 2 p. at.
AUCTION SALE OF HORSE 3 AND CAR
RIAGES ON BATCRDAYB.
■JEN O. RHOADES Auctioneer.
AUCTION TMS DAY
At 10 o'clock,
30 BUENA VISTA STREET,
North of Temple Street,
All the Furniture. Carpet?, etc,
SAVED FROM THE FIRE.
THOS. B. CLtHK, Auctioneer.
' Rich and Poor."
Ladies in Diamonds and Ball
Dresses, Laborers wltn Dinner Palls
and Blouses now testify everywhere to the
practical results of the
In Beauty, Cleanliness and Preservation of the
teeth its use can alone impart •'Tlie Ideal
liUHtrCsj" at the same titae avoiding the well
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ABOUT THE CITY.
The Flag Cottage Case Still
TESTIMONY OF THE DEFENDANT.
Inqnest on the Body of Pratt—Main
and Tenth Btreet Hotel Meet
The notorious Flag Cottage case was on
trial all day yesterday before Justice
Austin and a jury. The courtroom was
crowded with people. The case for the
State continued with the testimony of
Joseph Graff, the son of Mary Graff, who
is the chief complaining witness. He
swore to having seen a great many queer
performances in and about the house,
and to having heard on all sides that its
general repute was bad. On cross-ex
amination, ah effort was made by the
attorney for the defense to prove that
the conduct of Mrs. Graff was very far
from being what it should be. The witness
indignantly repelled the insinuation.
The Becond witness was O. W. Beely,
who lives in the vicinity of the Flag Cot
tage, and who testified that the reputa
tion of the house was very bad. He had
seen a hack containing two men and two
women, and had heard one of the women
call out ''murder," and saw the hack
driver try to pull her out of tbe carriage
by the foot.
William Henderson, Sam Howard,
William Burkhart, John Davis, N. C.
Anderson, J. L. Lovett, A. King, M.
Classen, Mrs. Annie Anderson and Mrs.
Mary Graff, all of whom either live near
the Flag Cottage, or have had occasion
to visit at the house, testified as to its
bad character and to the strange pro
ceedings which took place there. This
closed the morning session.
In the afternoon, at 3 o'clock, the trial
began again in the presence of the usual
crowd. Dr. Hiram Sinsabaugh, the ex-
Councilman.swore that the general repu
tation of the house was bad and that he
had heard it was a place of assignation.
Dr. M. M. Bovard, President of the Uni
versity, gave evidence to the same
effect, as did also E. P. Dolley, of Uni
versity street, a fruit raiser, and T. C.
Warner, pastor of the University Meth
odist Church. This closed the case for
Tne first witness for the defense was
the defendant, himeelf, Charles MeCor
mack. His testimony occupied a great
part of the afternoon. He talked along
without questions from the attorneys for
the defense, or objections from the pros
ecutions, and succeeded in getting in a
good deal of free advertising for himself
and a pretty fair plea for the jury. He
said that his house was nothing more
nor less than a first-class restaurant. He
had a stock of $400 worth of groceries
and liquors. He bad three and a half
bariels of whisky, a half barrel of
gin, another of sherry, etc. There
was no one about the house except
the witness and his wife and a China
man. It had never been a house of ill
fame. He did not allow women of ill
repute there. There were only two bed
rooms, and it was only in a case of emer
gency that people were allowed to stay
all night, for he did not pretend to keep
a hotel. It was merely a wayside resort,
where people who are out driving could
stop and get refre hment'. Thehousehad
only seven rooms altogether. One of
these was a spare bedroom, which was
kept locked all the time. Mrs. Graff,
the complaining witness, had come to
him some time ago and asked for work
as she was quite poor. She and the wit
ness had always been friends until she
filed this complaint. She once objected
to the performance of two drummers from
Chicago, whe were there with their
wives, and the witness had remarked
that she need not look on if she did not
The defendants' little girl had been
away at bearding school. She came
home only once a week. Of coarse the
proprietor could not be sure that the
visitors to his house were married,
neither could any other man who con
ducted a restaurant. He couldn't re
quire them to show a marriage certifi
cate. Judge Sexton asked him
what he would sell his lease for,
and he replied * 1.000 Sexton said that
perhaps the church would be willing to
pay $250 to get rid of him. He had had
a conversation with Dr. Bovard about the
On crsos-examination the witness re
peated that there were only seven rooms
in the house. He was then shown one of
his own cards, which said that there were
fifteen neatly furnished rooms at the
house. He was unable to account for
this, thought it must be a misprint. He
received anybody at the house who came
along that looked respectable, behaved
in a gentlemanly or ladylike manner and
paid his or her bills. The names of sev
eral visitors from the city, members of
tbe demimonde, were mentioned, and
the witness was asked whether they were
specimens of the "first-class people" he
had talked about. He answered that
they paid first-class prices. The reason
why all this fuss had been made wae that
he sold liquor, and the straight-laced
people of that vicinity objected.
The next witness was John Kilroy,
who lived a short distaice from the
house and had delivered milk and chick
ens there. He had never seen anything
going on in the hou-e, but had heard that
it had a bad repute. Charles F. Turner,
a hack man, gave testimony to about
the same effect as did also the following
persona: Frank Kansome, Mary Linn,
W. C. Yates, J. W. Tryon, 0. R. West
cott, Sarah Hlocum, Bertha Fowler,
Mary Newman, Maria Whittier, W.
Ahem, J. J. Frowine, A. A. Coburn, W.
W. Slocum and Mr. M. Stewart. Mr.
Classen was called in rebuttal by the
prosecution to testify that the house had
twelve rooms, and Mrs. M. Stewart, a
former cook in the establishment in eur
rebuttal to swear that it had only ten
The case will be submitted to the jury
this morning after speeches by the
attorneys. The session will begin at 9
THE PBATT SUICIDE.
the Inqnest Held—The Verdict.
His Hody Here.
Coronor Meredith left yesterday morn
ing far Banta Monica where he held an
inquest on the suicide of W. Ashley
Mies Nellie Bassett was the first wit
ness called, and stated: Last £atur>
day afternoon I was on the beach and I
saw the deceased. He passed me sev
eral times and then he walked to the
edge of the water. He took off part of
his clothes and walked into the sort, I
thinking he was in for a bath. He kept
Mill after he went in and finally laid
down. I was with some friends and we
grew alarmed and cent for assistance,
but before it arrived he sank.
Miss Eva Hodge was next on the
stand and gave in substance the former
witness* testimony, adding: After he
laid down in the water he let the
breakers go over his head and did not
move. I thought he was floating, for he
d'd not struggle a bit."
This was all the evidence taken and
after short deliberation the jury returned
a verdict that "deceased came to his
death by drowning while temporarily
The remains of tbe unfortunate were
brought to this city on the afternoon
train and taken to Orr & Hutch's estab
THE HOTEL SPLENDID.
The Financial Heport Submitted.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Main and Tenth
street hotel was held yesterday afternoon
in the Union League room, on First
street. The first business on hand was
the hearing of the report of Messrs. M.
L. Wicks, Hagan and General J. R.
Mathews, who had been appointed at
tbe previous meeting to report on the
most advisable manner of raising the
money necessary to prosecute the work.
Mr. M. L. Wicks read the report,
which was in substance as follows:
First. That certificates of stock be is
sued to anyone on payment of ten per
cent, of their face value.
Second. That the collection of the
three assessments already demanded be
Third. That the plans of the hotel be
sent to a competent architect to see what
it will cost at the present rale cf depre
ciation in buildiDg expenses to complete
Fourth. That the value of all the ma
terial now on the ground be determined.
Fifth. That, if it be found that the
building cannot be completed for $450,
--000. the plans be cut down so that more
than $350,000 will not now have to be
expended, this latter amount beiog ex
clusive of the material now on hand.
Sixth. That the work be completed
by contract and no more day labor
Seventh. That after all of the three
present assessments are exhausted, one
more be issued, and if that is insufficient,
bonds for $25,000 in shares of $100 each
bearing interest at 6 per cent, be issued.
Eighth. That all monetary demands
be hereafter presented to a financial
committee of three members.
This report was adopted and then
came the balloting for directors, which
resulted in the following gentlemen be
selected for the ensuing year: Messrs.
A. H. Denker, O. W. Childs, J. W.
Broderick, K. Cobn, R. Gairey, H.
Hammel and E. C. Wilson.
The assemblage then adjourned sine die.
THE CHINESE DEAL.
tacts Kesrardlus- tbe Santee-fflasac
Messrs. Milton Santee, J. W. Hughes,
W. J. Hunsaker and M.Klauber, a party
of prominent San Diego capitalists, ar
rived in town yesterday morning, and
are at the Nadeau. Mr. Santee has been
figuring a good deal in the Associated
Press dispatches lately, regarding the
deal by which the Chinese Six Compa
nies are to send Mongolian laborers to
work mines in Lower California, and as
a good deal of contradictory matter has
at different times been given forth, a
Herald man asked bim yesterday what
was the exact situation regarding the
"Well, sir, the deal is consummated,"
said Mr. Santee, "and for $125,000 the
Chinese companies get one-half interest
in the mining property of the Real del
Castillo. It is a cash transaction, and
although not all of the money is to be
immediately paid down, it will be trans
ferred within a short time. The Chinese
who are making the trade will go down
to the property during the week, and the
first instalment of 100 laborers will be on
the ground in about ten days. When
everything is in full working order wo
expect that there will bo altogether
about 1,000 Mongolians taken down there,
all of whom will come out of this State,
and thereby greatly decrease the un
welcome resident population. According
to the Scott Exclusion Act they will not
be able to return, although if
they want to I have no
doubt that they could manage i l , for
there are only a handful of men guard
ing the western 1,000 miles of Mexican
frontier. But I do not thiok that they
will want to come back, for they will
get better wages down there and will not
be looked on with the aversion they are
"And, by-the-way, have you heard
that Ihe Voladerey mineß in Lower Cali
fornia are to be opened at once," con
tinued the San Diegan. "This property
was conceded by the Mexican Govern
ment to Col. De Breeer, and he has just
sold one-half interest for $50,000, $32,000
of which has been paid down. A num
ber of those interested in the deal went
down from San Diego on Saturday."
A New Law Firm.
R. A. Ling, late spell-binder to the
Democratic party in this section, and
Calvin Edgerton, his comrade inarms,
or rather in lungs, in the same, have
formed_ a law partnership, taking W. H.
Bhinn into the firm. The firm name is
SI linn, Edgerton tt Ling. Judge Ling
and Mr. Edgerton are well known in the
city, and Mr. Shinn comes with an ex
cellent record from his old home in Illi
nois, where, as prosecuting attorney, he
won high honors as a criminal lawyer.
The firm is a notably strong one, and
will doubtless secure a due share of the
patronage of the city. Like wise men,
their card will be found under the legal
head for professional announcements in
From Over the Ocean.
The hotel records show that a number
of European tourists have arrived in
town during the past twenty-four hours.
At the Nadeau, Messrs. D. Q. Boisse
rain and J. D. Santelheno, of Amster
dam, and Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Gernon,of
Liverpool, England, have registered, and
at the Hollenbeck, Mr. Jas. A. Snell, of
London, England, and Mr. Wm. Miller
Robertson, of Liverpool, have taken