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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXIII.—iNO. fe3
ArtIESEJTIENTS.
Agricultural Park. 1889.
RACES! RACES! RACES! RACES!
A Fine Week's Outing.
HOLIDAY SPORTS ! HOLIDAY SPORTS!
One continuous round of pleasure aud In
nocent pastime, which even the most fastidious
might enjoy w
BEGINNING JANUARY Ist!
BEGINNING) JANUARY Ist
Continuing Jan. 4th, 7th, 9th and 11th, 1890
Perfect order guaranteed.
ORAND RACING !
FINE IHUBIC !
At Popular Prices! At Popular Prices!
ONLY 50c. ONLY 500. ONLY 50c
Including Grand Stand !
Including Grand Stand !
OsT-.-ipeeial attention paid to the comfort of
Ladies and Children. d 29 td
117 ANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
rr vertisements under the following heads in
ttrttd at the rate of 6 cents per me for each
insertion, or ti a line per month.
I ■ }
PEKSO.KAIi.
flee work a specialty; repairing neatly i
and promptly done. Cor. Los Angeles and
Arcadia sts., at Calkins' Carriage Company, i
d 29 lm i
A GEE, THE HATTER, 118 N. SPRING '
st. (Temple block), makeß new silk hats to .
order, ,
Magee, the hatter. Old silk hats made over .
in new styles. ,
Magee, the hatter, cleans and trims felt hats.
Magee, tho hatter, makes ladies' and gents
cloth hats to match suits. ,
Railroad caps to order. dl 2 lm
ERSONAL—LIVOROES OBTAINKD~WITH
the least possible publicity. Terms reason
able. Advice free. Addresß "Lawyers," P. 0.
box 733, Station C, city. dls-tf '
MRS. PARKER, BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
clairvoyant, 224 8. Bprlug at. d2stf
IVORCE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE !
free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office.
24 West First-st.. rooms 10 and 11. d29-tf
WILL NOT BK RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
debts contracted by my wife, E. D. White
V.M.WHITE. dlOlm
TO HOUSEKEEPERS —14 LBS. GRAN- I
talsted or 16 lbs. brown sugar, $1; lib-,
-i-lce. 25c, 9 lbs. white beans. 25c; starch, 4 .
packages, 25c; can gasoline, 95c; coal oil, 95c:
Arbucklo coffee, 25,-; Germea, 20o; 10 lbs
corn meal, 15c; new pickles, 10c quart; good ■
black or Japan tea. 35c; sack fl .ur, $125:
II cans fruit, $1; 6 lbs raisins or peaches,
25c; 3 lbs prunes, 25c; 40 bars soap, $1; 1
bacon, 12c: hams, 13c; 'ork, lie. i
ECONOMIC GROCERY, 409-411 8. Spring st I
d 3 lm <
PERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY- I
body. How to make aud save money. >
Read the classified advertisements in the 1
Hkrald daily. A few cents spent ln an ad
vertisement may make thousands of dollars for
you. You may procure a situation; to-1 your
house and lot; rent your vacint property, buy
a paying business or s?ll to advantage; loan 1
your idle money or borrow cheaper than from J
agents, and in a thousand different ways u-o 1
these columns to advantage. On this page ad
vertisements are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A
DAY. j
LOS ANGKLES DETEI)-
tive Bureau will furnish i
reliable and expert detec-
lives to privaio persons on
short notice; we invest-
lgate all classes of crime; '
locat missing parties; ob
tain evidence in civil and criminal actions;
and all other legitimate business attended to
with dispatch. All transactions strictly con
fidential; bast of references given when re- j
quired; terms reasonable. Addrers all com- ,
municationß to THOS. MCCARTHY, Snpt., f
Room 38. Wil«on Block. d 5 lm
FOUND— A BAY MARK AND COLT WITH
strap checks numbered 4 and 5 around ■
their necks; owner cau have the same by ap .
plying to R. G; WEYSE, corner Eighth and Ban
Pedro streets. j*l-6t
STRAYED — SMALL GRBY MARE AT
Eureka stables on the 18th, from off Wash
ington at .anrt Kttelltave. d2O tf
WANTED—HELP.
male and FE
male nelp furnished promptly at GITTOE
A GUTHRIE'S Employment Office, 16 S ; Main
street lm
wanted—femaee beep.
oity or country wishing to earn $3 to $5 a
day at Uelr own homes; no canvassing: work
furnished and sent by marl auy di: tance. Ad
dresa with stamp, Crystallised Photo Co., 112
W. 6th st„ Cincinnati, O. j2 eod-3m
WANTED—REAL KST/kTPE^^
WANTED-FROM 5 TO 10 ACRES OF
land in oranges and walnuts, at least
partly in bearing; must be within four or five
miles of station. State price and location, and
address C, Box 60. litis office. d2B 6t*
t
WANTED— HOUBEB TO RENT; LOIS OF
demand. W. B. BURKE, 55 North
Pprinp street. d9O-tf
WAN TED-CITY PROPERTY.
-«fA~NT~KD^-AT^
VV nice p ccc of dwelling property, well
located; will sell for #1,000 less than property
la worth; this is a food chance to get a nice
ho < c; one-third cash, balance easy payments:
it will ba to your interest to investigate this:
or would rent to good party. Call at 535
Beaudry aye. d 3 '0*
FUR RENT--ROOPJIS.
FOR RENT—CLOSE IN, 3 ROOMS, CON
veuient for housekeeping. 14 Boyd st
d3t 3t
IjlOR RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS. BUIT
' able for light housekeeping; Norton block,
oorner Seventh and Hill; finest locality in the
oity; reasonable rates. d 29 lm
FOR RENT —FURNISHED AND PNFUR
nltned rooms in the Newell Bull dins, East
First St., near Viner everything new- and ele
gant; on oable line. MRS. J. E WOODWARD,
Proprietor. d2t lm
' FOR RUN I.
UPRIGHT PIANO AT
$5 per month. 116 South Hill st jal-3t*
FJR RKNT- N. S G. W. HALL, 75 N. SPRING
St., Sunday, Monday and Saturday nights.
X G. 1 aYLQR. 114 W Sp'ing st. d7-lf*
FOR HOEWBB.
FOR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY.
0. A. SUMNER 7 8. Fort St. dip tf
FOR R 1 NT—H iUSKS, STORES. LONG I I*l
to seleot from: free carriage. LOS ANGELES
RENTAL AGENCY, 1 N, Fort It. d 25 U 1
WANTED—IfIISCEEEAN F.OUr*.
WANTE D—PICTURES TO FRAME Al
Bums' Musin atore. 152 8. Main st. dltt
F«ir BMUB— jMWM STOIiK.
EIOR SALE—WE HAVE SEVERAL HEAE
of No. 1 work horses for isle, cheap. Ven
tura Stables, 25 S. Loa Angoles st. 6UB tl
FOR OOR. SANTA FE AND
Vernon avenue, or address J. W. HARRIS
box 469, city. d2s*2m*
rPHOROUGHBRED FOWLS AND EGGS OH
i. 15 varieties by A. 0. RUSCHHAUPT, ou
State street, Rrookiyn Height*, P.O. Box 43
Station B. Olronlai-s free. ]1 tf
TO BXCMAWWK.
TO EXCHANGE—FOR LOS ANGKLE3 CITY
property, 10 acres oranges, 10 acres wal
nuts, 20 acres alfalfa, close to Santa Ana; 700
acres good bottom land, twenty-six miles from
Topeka, Kansas, to exchange for California
property. Address J. M. DE WITT, Santa Ana,
Cal. d 7 lm
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD CALIFORNIA FOR
unincumbered eastern property; unin
cumbered Ventura county fruit ranch, paying
well, for Lob Angeles property. KURTZ <*
LIST. 18 South Spring. d 3 1 m
HlKiiAlNtt IN XXVI, EST A TJS.
1 ing purchased at first prices can sell at low
figures choicest located property, acreage and
loti to suit, in tbe following places: Pasadena,
■*an Gabriel Alhambra, Ontario, Glendora,
niaremont, San Fernando, Hcsperia, Long
Beach, Ooronado Beach, Bouth Pasadena; also,
mo of the most commanding residence sites
in the city, 120x155 feet: center of town.
Address b»x 1402 city. d2l lm*
BXjjlNgMB CBAMiKi f _ ~
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS MEAT M A li-
ou account of Bickness. Apply corner
)f Alameda and First sts. d2l lm*
HAVE ON HAND TWO FIRST-CLASS
good paying businesses; must sell one as I
lannot attend to both myself. Addre«s P. O.
?ox 1182, rllr. d!5-tf
wPttcin As. m«>ti«>i>:*>.
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP—CLASSIC CURIOS.
Old Wilson block, rooms 34and 35, Hours,
1 to 8 p m. d 22 tu-th-sn lm*
FOR NAl.ti—l.ny Property.
Clo!r~BluJE^A^
r near cable cars; will take for a short time
5500; $300 down and balance on time. Call
>v owner. J. W . BROWNING, 960 E. First St.,
Joyle Heightß. Dll lm
CIOR SALK—A NICK 6-ROOM HOUSE AND
V bath, including furniture, which is mostly
lew; fine lawu and flowers; cement walk;
argo chicken yard and house; stable and
roodthed; close to cable oara; in fact, a nice
ilace for $2 500; terms easy. Call on the
•wner, J W. BROWNING, 960 E. First street,
'efore 10 a. m. Dll lm
mOR SALE—ONE OF THE BUST REBI-
D dences in the city; this beautiful place of
2 large rooms. Including billiard room; there
re stationary wasbs'anus, with hot and c>.ld
rater in every bedroom and bathroom; also,
rates with black walnut mantels in all bed
ooms and parlor and dining-room, the cheap
st mantel costing $100; there are also electric
ells in all the rooms, and burglar alarm coll
ecting with all the windows and outside
oon; the bathroom and pantry are as com
lete as it is possible to make them; tha
ining-room has an elegant black walnut slde
o»rd. costing $450; there will also be sold
ritb tho house all cur ains and carpets, which
re of the best and good as new; cemeut walks
v front and around the house; a fine lawn and
owers in profusion—over seventy varieties ol
oses; also, a fine two-story barn; the lot Is 50
175 feet; the street is 80 feet wide; the cable
ars pass the door every five minutes, and is
nly seventeen minutos from tho junction of
'irst and Spring streets. If you want the above
3r lets than it co-it to build the house, call ou
tie owner J. W. BROWNING, on the premises,
efore 10 a. m., at 960 First st., Boyle Height-.
Dll lm
FOR ICKVr-OFIiCKK.
3 in Newell block, cor. Mala and Second sts ,
irlres reasonable <124tf
FINANVIAL.
j r
H L. BCHM'DT, 109 W. lst«t„ room 13. n6
>AoiFlc! LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
. in any amounts on all kinds of personal
roperty and collateral security, on pianos
othout removal, diamonds, jewelry,* seal
ir.lns, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop
rty of value; also on furniture, merchandise,
to., in warehouse; partial payments received,
loney without delay; private offices for con
ization. WILSON & DsGBOOT, Managers,
oomi 14 and 15, No 32U South Spring St.
d29tf
XONEY TO lOAN IN ANY AMOUNT ON
all kinds of person al property and col
iteral security; on pianos and organs without
smoyal; diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins, horses,
irtiaces, bicycles, stocks, mortgages, notes, or
"y pro erty of value; also furniture, mer
tiandise, etc ,in warehouse; money without
M»yj private offices for consultation: all
usinesa confidential. F. A GARBUTT.
ooms 5 aad 6, Stowell Block, 126 8. Spring
reet dl 3 Im*
ifONEY LOANED ON WATCH KH, Du
ll moods, music ii instruments and all kinds
f personal property. Everything strictly pri
ate and confidential Address P O box 1632.
d3l lm
of ONEY LOANKD ON REAL ESTATE,
rl diamonds, watches, Jewelry, pianos,
lalskins, live stock, carriages and all kinds
f personal mi l collateral security. 304 S.
pring and 5 W. First sts., room 1. dlB-6m
r OWER CAL MINING CO.'S SIOCK
U bought and sold. R. GARVEY.SaD Diego.
if ONKY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—C. A.
H SUMNER & CO., 78. Fort St. d2O-tf
JIOLOAN.
$1,000 to $100,000.
At the Main-street Saving! Bank and Trust
to. No Commissions.
J. B. LANKERSHIM, President,
dl3-tf 326 S. Main st.
CRAWFORD A McCREERY,
j Room 10, over Los Angeles National Bank,
Corner First and Spring s reels,
.oan $50 to $30,000 on city and country prop
rty; buy notes and mortgages; conservative
irst mortgages for sale jl 2m
If ONEY TO LOAN—IN LARGE OR SMALL
rl amounts on real estate security, by
'Oil LH aUS & SMITH, No. 28 N. Spring St.,
oom 4. d3-lm
n>p-| \f\ TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED
POUv'vUU. olty and country property;
owest rates; loans made with dispatch. Ad-
Iress the Northern Counties Investment Trust,
jtd.. FRED. J. BMITH, Agent. Pomona, Cal.
p W. POINDEXTKR, 25 W. SECOND ST.—
CL. Loans on good city or country property,
jl tf
»f ONEY TO LOAN W SUMS TO SUIT. L.
M SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First st., Room 13
d4«f -
»1 AA AAA TO LOAN —A. J. VIELE, 38
©IUU.UUU 8 -"pring Bt, Room 4.
d3otf
VJONBY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
LH TIMER St HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 7P
rem pie block d22t.f
DisNTIMTM.
r"oLHU Bit. DBHTBSTj BJ< If. ST.,
rooms 2, 6 and 7. Hours, 8 to 5
Sold filling, fm $2 up I Porcelain crowns. $5.
silver or amalgam, $1 Gold crown,ss and up.
Plates, from $4 to $10 I Extracting, 500 ; with
ras or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty d2O-tf
R. J. M. WHITB,
DR. K. L. TOWNBEND,
—Dbntists,—
41 South Spring street.
First building north if Bryson-Bonebrake block.
Telephcue 138. d! 9 lm
G. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED
. to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2
Phillips blook, Los Angeles, OaL dlStf
1882 KBT.4 ULISHKD 188/
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIR-IT
sts., Wilson block; take elevator; Room
36: teeth filled without pain; anaesthetic per
fectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done aud
teeth extracted positively without pain. d 4 tf
I DAmTbROS., DENTISTS, 28 8. SPRING
O. street, Booms 4 and 6. „ _
Gold nlllngs from $2 op. Amalgam and jllvoi
nllingi, $1. Painless extraction ol.teeth by
vitalised air or nitrons oxide km, $1. Teeth
extracted withomt gas ot alr„B0 cents.
Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By oar new
method of making teeth, a mlaflt tl impossible,
All work guaranteed. ... ...
We make a specialty ot extracting teeth with
out pain.
Offloe Hows from Ba.m„ to 5 p.m. Snndiyi
from 10 a. m. to IS m, Evenings, 7p. m. to £
p. m, üB-tl
THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1890.—TEN PAGES.
PHYSICIANS.
Sltß~~vrTsßY^
women a specialty. 44K 8. Spring St.
Rooms 2 ana 3. Telephone, offioe. 796; res
idence, 798. Dll tf
R. ELIZABETH FOLLANSBEE, HAB BE
turned irom the East. Office and residence
. 240 8. Fort st. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m
to 2:30 p. m. d 24 tf
DR FRED R. FROST, 17 N. MAIN ST.
Los Angelea. Specialty: Diseases of ta<
Nose, Throat, and Chest. Office hours, 10 to 12
2 to 5. 7to 8. Tel: Offloe, 96; residence, 96
Residence, 1419 Temple st. dl 7
R. LEONIDA OLIVIERI, PHYSICIAN ANT
Surgeon. Office and residence, los An
gelesst, corner First, No 4. Office hours. 1C
a. m. to 12; 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m. d2O lm
HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., M, 0. P. 8.
•O. Specialist In diseases of the head,
throat and chest, Including the oyo, ear and
heart. Oxygen, compound oxygon, nitrogen,
monoxide, and other medicated inhalations,
up'd in all diseases of the respiratory organs
Office, 37 South Fort street, from 9 a. v. to
4 p. m. d 3
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN ST~
Offioe hours: 11 to 12 a. m ; 4to 6 and
7 ro 9 p m. d 26 tf
DR. DARLING OCULIST AND ATJRIWT
Offloe 35 North Main SI. Office Fours. 9 «
M. to 4 P. M j Itf-dAw
/_! V* . BURLEIGH, M. D., 1218. SPRING ST.
IT. Specialties, diseases of women (medical
and surgical). Chronic diseases of stomach
and bowels. d 3 tf
R. H. ARENSBERG. FROM THE UNIVER
sIty of Berlin, treats all ohronlo diseases
successfully; diseases of the sexual organs a
specialty. Honrs, Bto 10, 2t04,7 to 8. Room
15, Bryson-Bonebrake block. d2O tf
R. C. EDGAR SMITH—DIBEASEB OF
women a specialty; rectal diseases
treated by the Brlnkerhoif Painless System;
office corner Main aud Seventh sts., Robarts
block. dlO-tf
B. WEST HUGHES, FORMER
Surgeon to the Now York Uospitol. 75 N.
Spring st. Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tel. No. 1,026
d24tf
DB. 0. B. GLACIUB HAS REMOVED HIS
offloe from 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Spring Bt.
Hours from 11 a. m. to 2p. v. Specialty—Sex
ual and skiD diseases;, ohronlo diseases in gen
eral. d 24tf
DR. CHAS. DE SZIGBTHY. OFFIOE AND
residence, 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1,056. tf
EA. DB CAILHOL, M. D.—AT HIS SANI
-, tarlvm. Pearl, south of Tomplo. Telephone
mn_ ji-tf
/J.ELCICH POST, NO. 106, G, A. R.—MEETS
IT first and Third Fridays of each month in
Camphßll'B Hall. Faßt T,o« Anirelea.
_ ~ HsSiUJbWPA'J'ULtS'J M.
li. Boring it. Residenoe: 444 S. Hore st.,
second door north of Hixth. TelephoneB6B.
diplm
MRS. H. TYLER WILCOX, M. D., CORNER
First and Spring st., Wilson block, d-8-tf
S.SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMCfiOPATHIST.
. Office, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. BanlFbuild
ing, oor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 688
3. Poarl st. Office hours, 11 a. m. to Bp. K.
Telephone Nos.: Offloe 697; residenoo 677.
d24tf
DBS. BEACH <b BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 m , 1 to 4 aud G to 8 p. k. Dr. Boyuton's
residence. 735 Olive it. dl9tf
IBAAC FBLLOWB, M. D.-HOMEOP ATHIST
Offloe Hours—ll to 12 A. v., 2tc 5 p. m..
Office—No*. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' 'lalldlng,
LosAngolei, 0»' w touoe 40f i -.tb Main
street. rio-tf
LISTKI.
K~HOY?t jCULIST AND AURIST,
. treatßthe, ..nd ear exclusively, 39M N.
Spring st. Hoa 4 10 a. in. to 4p. in. aud 7 to
8 p.m. dls 5m
HILTON WILLIAMB, M. D., M. C. P. 8.
. O. Specialist in diseases of the head,
throat and chest. Compound oxygen and
other medicated inhalations used in all cases
of the respiratory organs. Office move >to 37
South Fort St., between First and Second.
Office hours from 9a.m.t04 p. m. Snndayi
from 2 to 2:30 p. ra. *J2
ELLEVUE I.YING-IN HOSPITAL IS NOW
open, under tbe management of Mrs. Dr. J.
H. Smith Patients can have their choice of
phvsfcfans, aud the best of care is given. Mid
wifery a specially. 145 Bellevue aye. d2B tf
R I. 8. WEYAND, HERNIA SPECIALIST.
Office, 115 South Main st., Rooms 3 and 4.
(130 5m
AS. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN,
. oor. Second and Los Angeles sts. Electrical
treatmßTit. baths and maasagn dSOtf
rtiiitAiii^Ai..
ACADEMY O* IMMACULATE HEART, PICO
Heinht*—Conducted by the Sisters of Im
maculate Heart. The scholastic year com
prises two sessions of five months each. The
first session commences on the Ist of Sep
tember, and tecond on the Ist of February.
Pupils, are received at auy time during the
year. Their session commences from the date
of entrance For further particulars apply on
the premises, or at the Cathedral school, Los
Angeles st. The above house is the no it Me of
the order. j il 6m
UITION OF THE FRENCH. GERMAN AND
Italian languages. PRO fESsiOR RICHARU
WF.ILER.Ph D. M A., graduate of Paris and
Goettingen Universities; Temple St.,
near Pe»rl; refers to Professor Loeb, Bryson-
Boneb-ake block. d-i th, su-tf
URE FRKNCH TAUGHT BY PROFSSSOR
from Paris Address P. O. Box 1817.
d29.lm*
111 XPERT ACCOUNTANT — INSTRUCTION
!i or> various methods of keeping acoounts at
your own home or place of business; aa just
ment of deranged accounts a specialty ; charges
moderate; city references Cali or address No.
131K Bast Fourth street, C. HATER. d 29 lm*
PANISH AND ITALIAN BY SIGNOR
d'Arcais, late of Brown University. Artply
to PROF. KUTNKR, 449 8. Spring st. d2B lm.
THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES. AT
Ramona, Cal., wi 1 open a Boarding and Se
lect Day Scuool on the 2d of January. The
site of their institution 1b unequaled: the
' ours of ins ruction ii of the highest grade.
For term* address SR. SUPERIOR, Convent
Hill, Ramona. Cal. dec2s-tf
08 ANGELES BUSINESB COLLEGE AND
English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 8.
Main st. Experienced teachers; complete
courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin.
d 22 tt
IGHT CLASS IN ELOCUTION NOW FORM
lug. Apply at Lv I lam School of Oratory
and Arts, SSU South Olive St. n3O lm
ST. CATHARINE'S ACADEMY—A BOARD
iug and Day School: full courses of study,
perfect care, charges m derato Address for
particulars, THB SISTER SUPERIOR, Ana
helm, OalL . d 25 tf
RS. NANNIE OF
Siuging, Piano and Guitar. Special rates
to beginuera. 337 Olive, near Fifth, dl 5 tf
CJCHOOL OF CIVIL. MINING, MECHANICAL,
IO Engineering, Surveying, Architect"re,
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAIL: EN,
723 Market st, San Francisco. d!0-5m
OODBURY'B BUBINESS COLLEGE
—AND —
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
, INSTITUTE,
159 South Spring Btreet, Los Angeles, Oal
BKB6IONB DAY AND SVENINS,
For particulars, oall at offloe or address.
<gO-1 v F. O. WOonwrßY P«tnnlT»f»l
It W.
ISIDORE B. DOCK WKit,ER ATTORNEY AT
law, rooms 10 and 11, Bryson-Bonebrake
Block. dl 7 lm
ATFHEW T. ALLEN; ATTOBNEY, OF
flees, 26 and 27 Bryson-Bonebrake block.
WF. HEATH MAN, ATTOBNEY AT LAW.
• Rooms 21 and 18 Bryson-Bonebrake
block d!7tf
ANIEL PIOKIT, ATTOKNBY-AT-LAW,
room 19, Jones b100k,75 N. Spring st., ovei
Boston store Loi Angeles. Oal. d4tf
GiOßoi H. Smith. Thomas L. windkb
Hrnry M. Smith.
SMITH, WINDER & SMITH. ATTORNEYS
at-Law, will practice in all thi State anc
Federal Courts. Offioes: Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4
University Bank building, 117 New High st.
liQs Angele. Cal Telnphnna. Wo 583 dUfr
*Hwrta«CTsT
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
pany of Los Angeles, N. W. oor. Franklii
and New High
I rnHB SECURITY TITLE INB h.AA.:/ AM
>1 - Abstract 00. of go. Cal. 40 N. i,- ....
■t, rooms 4,5 and 0. »17 ti
MANUFACTURERS) 8*1,12.
SI 1 rV~ FOR , *.
fl.lO ver-plated tea. spoons; manufactur
ers' s.le of watches and jewelry, 251 N. Main
SKI r»(l _POX , 6 J*o g ?*~*bos7bkstBll
jDver-plated knives: manu«actarers'
sale of watches and jewelry, 251 N. Main st.
B9 Un-FOB 6 ROGER BROS.'BEST BIL-
MtU.OIJ ver-plated forks or table spoons;
o n A U M ,u £ t, ] rerß .' sale of watches and jewelry,
251 N. Main st.
1 tC.-A TRIPLE PLATEDIiuTTER KNIFE
AW or sugar spoon; manufacturers'sale of
watches and jewelry, 251 N Main st.
IX PRIOES—AN ELEGANT LINE OF SOLID
gold aud roll-plate jewelry, in watch
chains, charms, lockets, rings, sleeve-buttons,
ear-ringß, lace-pins, neck-chains, studs, etc,
ett.; everything sold at exact cost of produc
tion; maDUf»ctu-er>' sale of watches and jew
elry, 251 N. Main st. '
yKO. AND UPWARDB—AN ELEGANT LINE
CO of roll-plate sleeve-buttons; 1,000 different
patterns; both ladies'and gents'; manufactur
ers' sale of watches and jewelry,2sl N.Main st.
Ofe TO 75 PER CENT. SAVED ON ANY
Atu article purchase! at the manufacturers'
sale of watches and jewelry, 251 N. Main ft.
VTEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY; PRICES
IV lower than ever before seen, at the manu
facturers'sale of watches and jewelry, 251 N.
Main st
©7 Art"*- GENUINE ELGIN OR WAL
«D ' •UU tham watch; coin sliver cases war
ranted; manufacturers' sale of watches and
jewelry, 25 IN Main st.
fiMj A SOLID GOI D STEM-WIND
«J?*J. O\J watch; warranted: manufacturers'
sole of watches and Jewelry, 251 N. Main st.
Uf»-| O prA-A GKNTrt' 80-TID-GOLD HUNT
•DIO.fJU in? ca'e watch, with fine Elein
movement and fully warranted; manufac
turers' sale of watches and jewelry, 251 N.
Main st.
<S»f)7 Ef I -A LADIES' SOLID-GOi D HUNT
«D£ I rnOxJ Ing ca«e watch; set with genuine
diamonds and withfine Elgin movement; man
ufacturers' sale of watches and Jewelry, 251
N. Main st.
fl»1 A FINE P.OLLED GOLD W ATCHCHAIN,
tjPA warranted for 5 years' wear; manufac
turers' sale of watches and jewelry, 251 N.
Main st.
ffi>o—A FINE OPKHA GLASS, GENUINE
chevalier and extra fine cases; manufac
tures' sale of watches aud jewelry; 251 N.
Main et.
(6K—A OOTN-SILVKR HUNTING CASE
Wtl watch with flue lever movement; manu
facturers' Bale of watches aud jewelry, 251 N.
Main st.
(SO E/\-A FINs AMERICAN LEVER
wOiOVJ watch; hunting cases; warranted;
manufacturers' sale of watches and jewelry,
251 N Main st.
HXrjIKHIONS.
: Make* from 12 to 24 hours
:SANTA FE' Quicker lime to Missouri river
ROUTE : and all Eastern points. Will
: run personally eonductedTour
Ist Excursions every Thursday under the man
agement of Clarence A. Warner, formerly of
the Warner Bros. Excursion Agency. *
For further information apply to any ticket
agent of the company, or to 8. P. HYNKS, Gen.
Pass. Agent, 29 N. Spring St., Lob Angeles.
0. A. WARNER, Excursion Manager. j2tf
INTER TRAVEL—HORTNIGHTLY TOUR
Ist Excursions—Organized and conducted
by the Southern Pacific Company, via tbe
Sunset Route, New Orleans Birmingham, Chat
tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York,
Philadelphia and intermediates.
Through service of Pullman Tourist Sleepers.
Parties personally conducted by a Southern
Pacific employe.
Sleepers have improved heaters for light
cooking aud tea and coffee.
Adjustable Imeh taoles in every section.
12 nours Iv New Orleans for sight-seeing.
Leave Los Angeien "ct. 10th aud 31st; Nov.
14th and 28th; Dec. 13th. ' S8»; Jan 3d, 17th
and 31st; Feb. 14th arid 28th: March 14th and
28th; April 11th and 25th, 1890.
Tor further information apply to any Agent
Southern Pacific Co , or to the General ras.
senger Office, 202 N. Main St., Los Angeles,
Oal, 0. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J. M.
CRAWLEY, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T. H.
GOODMAN, G. P. & T. A.; R. GRAY, Gen'l
X*tfl« M-r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr.
d! 5 4m-
IjIXCURHIONB VIA SOUTHERN ROUTE TO
Ua 1 points East Through tourist sleepers.
Tnursday, January 9th and 23d. For par
ticulars, call on or address C. E. KIBRBY,
sgent. 30 South Spring st., Los Angeles. dSI lm
ROCK IfiLiND EXCURSIONS EVERY
Tuesday. F. W. THOMPSON, 138 South
Bpring street. j-2tf
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS ABB PERSON
aIIy conducted in Pullman tourist cars
through to New York and Boston. Office, 44 N.
Spring st. d 27 tf
WALTERS' SELECT EXOUBBIONS, PER
sonally conducted to all points East with
out change. 19 N Spring st. d 25 tf
AHI;MI I aMJ • s».
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H. A Brown's scientific rules of Dress Cutting
to sll ladles, and Dressmakers in particular.
They are so s mp>e that nil can readily acquire
a per'ect knowledge of the arc of cutting,
fitting and putting work together. Instruc '
tions given until January Ist at reduced prices.
Hours, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m . and Wednesday
evenings. Information cheerfully given. Call ;
at once at 250 Fort street. dlO tu-thur-sat lm*
LIEBIGr COMPANY'S
EXTRACT OF MEAT.,
FINEST AND
Meat Flavoring Stock
—POB—
SOUPS, MA HE DISHES and SAUCES.
Annual sale 800.000 jars.
Genuine only with
fac-slmile of Baron f J Z>*+
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BLUE INK across la- & t?€
bel. To be had of all Storekeepers, Grocers,
and Druggists s2mon A thur 12m
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BREAKFAST.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
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and nutrition, and by a careful application of
tbe fine properties of well selected"Cocoa. Mr.
Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a
delicately flavored beverage which may save
us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the
judicious use ol such articles of dietthat a con
stitution may be gradually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disesse.
Hundreds of subtile maladies are floating
around us ready to attack wherever there is a
weak point. We may escape many a fatal
Bhaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with
pure blood aud a properly nourishes frame."
— Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boil
ing water or milk. Sold only In half pound
tins, by Grocers, labeled thus:
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lata. London, England.
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HOW?
By raising Broilers for
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You will never reprrct buying; a
Pacific.
Come and see me, or send for circulars.
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LOCAL MELANGE.
The .Races at Agricultural
Park.
A VERY INTERESTING MEETING.
The Garrett Jury—Cheap Real Es
tate—Amusements—Other Note
worthy Events.
The opening of the winter race meet
ing was marked by clear and bright
weather, and the warm sunshine quickly
dispelled the coolness of the atmosphere
caused by the northeast wind of the
night before. Notwithstanding the fact
that yesterday was a general holiday the
attendance at the Agricultural park was
very meagre; but this was the only dis
appointing feature of the day, as the
sport was very fair and possessed several
exciting features. There was a fair
master of carriages along the fence on
each side of the judges' box, but there
was plenty of room between the vehicles.
The first race of the day, with three
starters, proved an easy victory
for the favorite, Atalanta, who came
through her horses at the entrance
to the straight and romped home, three
lengths ahead of Rosemeade, who,
swerving across the track, when about
100 yards from the wire, caused Clifford,
who was riding Gambo, to pull up. The
•latter claimed a foul, asserting that
Bcofleld "bored in" on him, and the
judges agreeing with him, awarded sec
ond place to the stallion.
The second race brought out five start
ers and the knowing ones received a sad
blow'in the defeat of Ed McGinniss by
Louise M., whose victory over Faustine
at the last Bay District meeting, ap
peared to have been forgotten. From
start to finish the mare made the pace,
and though the stallion struggled gamely,
he never succeeded in getting on even
terms with her. Winona, on the lower
turn, looked formidable for a time; but
she seemed to find the distance beyond
her liking.
For the seven furlongs selling race
nine horses faced the post. Tom Daly
was a pronounced favorite, and verified
the opinion of his supporters by taking
the lead at the start and maintaining it
to the finish, after a desperate struggle
with Kildare, who was half a lengthbe
hind. Ida Glenn came with a rush at
the finish, and just missed second place
by a short neck. The winner was bought
in for $500.
Sunday was a pronounced favorite for
the last race, when the four starters ap
peared, and the confidence reposed in
him was not abused, as at the first turn
he came through his horses and reached
heme an easy winner from Painkiller,
who got the best of the start, but was
unable to maintain his slight advantage.
Rondo, after several breaks, jumped tbe
fence, and when returned to the track
was left at the post. His jockey en
tered a protest against the start, but
after hearing both sides oi the ques
tion, the judges overruled his claim, as it
was shown that when on even terms
with the rest and just as the flag fell, he
pulled up.
Hon. Clifton Bell officiated as presid
ing judge and he was assisted by Messrs.
"Hunk" McGregor and Captain Barrett;
J. Watson acted as clerk of the scales,
and Nick Covarrubias held the chro
nometer. The starter's flag was wielded
by Matt Storm and Cy Mulkey for the
first two races, but the official starter, H.
T. Bodman, waved the bunting for the
other events.
The following is a summary of the
day's events:
First race—Five furlongs, 2-year-olds:
E. J. Baldwin's b. f. Atalanta (L. Brown)
117 lbs 1
N. A. Covarrubias' b. c. Gambo (J. Clifford)
122 lbs 2
L. H Vignolo's b, f Rosemeade (Scofield)
117 lbs 3
Time 1:05.
Poole sold: Atalanta $10, Gambo $4,
BoLemeade $3.
Paris Mutuals paid: Atalanta $7.10.
Second race—One mile, for all ages.
T. Hazlet's b. f. Louise M„ 3 (Hazlet j, 11-1 lbs.. 1
Kelly & Samuels' b. h. Ed McGinniss, 4 (Mar
shall), 124 lbs 2
E. J. Baldwin's b. m. Winona, 4 (H. Regan)
119 lbs "... 3
Matt Storm's eh. g. Forester, 5 (Pierce), 109
lbs 0
J. D. Dunn's s. h. Four Aces, 4 (Dunn), 119
lbs 0
Time, 1:46.
Pools sold: Ed McGinniss, $15; Win
ona. $9; Louise M., $4, and the field $2.
Paris Mutuels paid Ed McGinniss $7.30
and Louise M. $6 60.
Third race—7 furlongs, selling.
8. Mulkey's eh. G.Tom Daly, 6 (L. Newhall),
112 pounds 1
Matt Storms' eh. g. Kildare, 4 (Pierce), 120
pounds 2
H D. Miller's eh. m. Ida Glenn, a (J. Boacb),
98 pounds 3
H. E Bose'sb.c. Dan Murphy, 3 (Clifford), 119
pounds 0
E J. Baldwin's b. g. Gladiator, 2 (G. West), 115
pounds 0
J. R. Roaa' eh. h. Sir Ladd, 4 (Hazlett), 100
pounds 0
C. A. Davis' eh. h. Jack Brady, 5 (J. JDeviee),
109 pounds 0
J. Abit's b. g. Jack Pot, 3 (W»rd), 100 rounds.o
Kelly & Samuels' br. m. Welcome, 4 (Mar
shall), 123 pounds 0
Time, 1:32&.
Pools sold: Tom Daly, $20; Kildare,
$t»; Dan Murphy, $2; and the field, $6.
Paris mutuals paid: Tom Daly, $5.75;
Kildare. $6 20.
Fourth race- Nine sixteenths of a mile, for
all ages.
T. F. Lynch's br. g. Sunday, a, (Davl«), 118
pounds i 1
G. Lyman's b. h. Painkiller, a. 120 pounds... 2
J. R. Ross' b. f. Kiltie Van, 3, (Hazlet). 11l
pounds. 3
D. F. Abel's eh. h. Rondo, a., 120 pounds 0
Pools sold: Sunday, $10; Kitty Van,
$6; Bondo, $4; Painkiller, $3.
The programme for Saturday's racing
will be be published in the Hkrald on
the morning of the 4th inst.
Tbe Uarrett Jury,
It has at laßt leaked out jiist how the
Garrett jury did stand. At first it was
pretty evenly divided in sentiment. On
the second ballot two went over to the
side of conviction. This was after sup
per. At about 10 o'clock Saturday night
another convert was made to the same
side. It took until nearly noon on Sun
day to convince M. Norton. He was the
last of the jury to vote on conviction.
The only point that anyone was in
doubt about was as to whether it had
been proven that Garrett thought Malia
was his child. The jury thought
ebe was. They thought Garrett
was guilty cf illicit intercourse with her,
but they di.i vot think it had been
proven that (-arret. ;egarded her as his
FIVE CENTS
daughter. The jury thought the law, aa
expounded by the Judge's instruction*,
leaned very much to Garrett's side, and
thought they had to decide under these
instructions. That is this is the view
taken by those who voted for acquittal.
This is why recommendation to the
mercy of the Court was inserted. Sen
tence is to be passed today, and there is
a great deal of interest in the public
mind as to what that will be.
AMUSEMENTS.
Mis* Vernona Jark«aaHaklaf a Btg
•lit.
Miss Jarbeau, when she first visited
Lob Angeles about a year ago, made a
decided hit with her audiences. She is
repeating tbe history of that visit in her
present season. She had excellent houses
yesterday, both at the matinee and at
the evening performance. Tonight there
will be a change of bill, her new farce
I comedy, Strictly Confidential, replacing
Starlight, which she has been playing
since Monday. Miss Jarbean has never
been seen here in the play to be pro
duced tonight. Her role in it is said ra
fit her to perfection. A good house will
no doubt see ber in her new songs and
specialties.
The Emma Juch Opera Company.
Next week a rare season is promised
the lovers of real music, when Emma
Juch and her phenomenally strong sup
port will give a week of grand opera,
such as has scarcely ever been heard in
Los Angeles. She has over 100- people
with her and an orchestra of more than
thirty pieces. Just look at her reper
tory: Monday, Famt; Tuesday, II
Trovatore; Wednesday, Carmen; Thurs
day, Montana; Friday, Mignon; Satur
day matinee, Bohemian Girl; Saturday
evening, Die FreitchuU. Seats are on
sale this morning for the season, which
will surely be an evidence of the taste
and liberality of the play-goers of the
city.
A Great Dramatic Attraction.
A rare dramatic treat is in store for the
theater-goers of Los Angeles, in the ap
pearance here at the Los Angeles theater
next week of J. M. Hill's famous com
pany of comedians from the Union
Square theater, in the latest New York
society Buccess, Sydney Kosenfeld's
brilliant satirical comedy entitled A Pot
»ible Cate, said to be one of the notable
plays of tbe day. Judging from tbe un
usually favorable notices of the critics in
all the cities where the play has been pre
sented, it is safe to say that Managers
McLain and Lehman offer in this the
best attraction of their booking for the
season. Qne of the features of the pro
duction is the sumptuous staging, said to
be the finest ever shown by a migratory
company. It is too often tbe case that
managers of attractions ship their scenery
direct to San Francisco and give this
city the go by, but Manager Hill
looks upon Los Angeles now as one of
tbe prominent show towns of the Coast,
and a car load of scenery shipped direct
from Dallas, Texas, arrived here yester
day, and will be among the first of the
heavy freight matter to be delivered at
the depot and from there transferred to
the theater. The play is a society com
edy, and the staging calls for an exterior
showing of the grounds of a fashionable
hotel at Vera Cruz, an elegant drawing
room in New York, and a lawyer's office
ij the same city. It will be a relief to
the theater-goers after seeing time and
time and time again the stock scenery of
tbe local theaters, to be treated to a play
staged entire with stage settings from
the brushes of two of America's most
talenred scene painters, Pbil Goatcher
and Henry Heineman. The three acts of
the play are staged throughout with
special sets, the same as were used in tbe
brilliant metropolitan run of the play at
ihe Madison Square and Standard thea
ters in New York two seasons ago. In
the company will be found son»e promi
nent artists, well known to Los Angelea
theater-goers. First is M. A. Kennedy,
the jolly comedian, and a great favorite
on tne Slope; Charles Dickens, who waa
seen and liked here last season in Tha
Wife; Belle and Herbert Archer, also
seen here in prominent roles in support
of E. H. Sothern in Lord Chumley and
Highett Bidder. Helen Kusseil waa form
erly leading lady at Wallack's; in fact in
the whole company of eighteen artists
there is not one who is not a capable and
efficient performer. The play is a society
comedy, and while amusing, the fan is
pure and clean, and the witty lines such
as appeal to the tastes of cultivated and
intelligent audiences. Seats will be on
sale Thursday morning.
WHERE THE MOKEY IS.
A Financial Exhibit of Phenome
nal Proportion*.
The Hkrald of today contains in its
advertising columns the semi-annual
statement of the California Bank. This
is one of the comparatively new banks of
the city, but one has to look up its his
tory to learn this fact. It would not be
presumed from the statement referred
to. Think of a bank in a city of the size
of Los Angeles having in actual cash in
hand $705,633.79—near1y three quarters
nf a million dollars in actual money t
The back has in deposit a total of $1,211,
--249 40. That is a big showing for ayouDg
bank. The bank was founded August
8, 1887, with H. C. Witmer as President
and T. J. Weldon as cashier. It has
been under their management ever since.
That it has grown from small beginnings
to such strength in a little over two
yearn, is sufficient evidence that the
management has been conservative and
wise. Its handsome building was the
first built on Fort street, and is evidence
of the progressive enterprise of the con
cern. With total resources aggregating
more than a million and a half dollars,
it is manifest that the future of the bank
must be brilliant.
Cheap Heal Eatate.
There ia a report that fifty feet on
Main street, nearly opposite the Cathe
dral, just below Second street, the New
ton and Hughes lots, between the Ger
main building and Mrs. Briggs' building,
bas been sold. The lot is deep, running
back 170 feet. It has two one story
bouses on the property. It is not made
public what tbe price is, but it is said to
be less than $40,000. If that is trne, it
is cheap property. The property is
worth $1,000 a foot with not a cent's
worth of improvement on it. It is a bar
gain at anything less. There is a forfeit
of $1,000 upon the lots, and if the buyer
has sense he will complete the purchase.
The purchase is to be completed today.

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