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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXIII.—JNO. 80
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertisements under the following heads in
§erted at the rate of S cents per me for each
insertion, or fl a line per month.
PKKKOMAI,,
A YOUNG MAN, LATELY
would like to get acquainted with a Cath
olic single lady. Addrtse, J. B. W., Bos 919,
city postofhee. ja7 <>»*
EKSONAL—THIS IS TO NOTIFY THE
public that I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. Lizzie D.
Kuhl, from this date, January 5,1890. CHAS.
F. KUHL jas 3t*
TO HOUSEK EEPERs —14 LBS. GRAN
ulated or 16 lbs. brown sugar, $1; 4 lbs.
rice, 25c, 9 lbs. white beans. 25c; starch, 4
packages, 25c; can gasoline, 95c; coal oil, 95c;
Arbuckle coffee, 25c; Germea, 20c; 10 lbs
corn meal, 15c; new pickles, 10c quart; good
black or Japan tea. 356; sack II ur, $1.25:
11 cans fruit, $1; 6 lbs raisins or peaches,
25c; 3 lbs prunes, 25c; 40 bars soap, $1;
bacon, 12c; hams, 13c; rork, lie.
ECONOMIC GROCERY, 409-411 S. Spring st
ja3 lm
GERMANA BERRA HAVING BEEN AN IN
mate of Los Angeles Orphan As> lum for a
year, wo are desirous to know if any per-on
will claim the said child. SISTER JOSEPHINE.
_ ja3 lOt
REMOVAL — THE PACIFIC WAGON CO
will remove to the corner of Fort and Sixth
sts. JOHN R. McMANIS, Manager. jn3 tf
THOMaS KELLEY, CARRIAGE TRIMMER;
fibe work a specialty; repairing neatly
and promptly done. Cor. Los Angeles and
Arcadia sts., at Calkins' Carriage Company.
d29lm
MAGEE, THE HATTER, 118 N. SPRING
St. (Temple block), makes 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, the hatter, makes ladies' and gents
cloth hats to match suits.
Railroad caps to order. dl 2 lm
PERSONAL— DIVORCES OBTAINED WITH
the least possible publicity. Terms reason
able. Advice free. Address "Lawyers," P. O.
box 733, Station C, city. dls-tf
MRS. PARKER. BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
clairvoyant. 224 8. Spring st. d2stf
DIVORCE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE
free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office.
24 West Flrst-st. rooms 10 and 11. d29-tf
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
debts contracted by my wile, E. D. White
P. M. WHITE. dlO lm
PERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY-
J- body. How to make aud save money.
Read tho classified advertisements in the
Hrrald daily. A few cents spent in an ad
vertisement may make thousands of dollars for
you. You may procure a situation; sell your
house and lot; rent your vaci.nt property; buy
a paying business or to advantage; loan
your Idle money or borrow cheaper lhan from
agents, aud In a thousand different ways use
these columns to advantage. On this page ad
vertisements are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A
LOB ANGELES DETEC-
tire Bureau will furnish
jPJfB__!_N_**sfe- reliable and expert detec
' ffijWßjfßJs— tives to private persons on
4L~sy~sW short notice: we luvest-
igate all classes of crime;
local missing parties; ob
tain evidence in civil and criminal ectious;
and all other legitimate business attended to
with dispatch. All transactions strictly con
fidential; b.ist oi reierences given when re
quired; t»rms reasonable. Address all com
munications to thos. McCarthy, supt.,
Room 8_ Wilson Block. i 5 lm
SPI-ldlAI, NO'/'lt!fr.S.
DD. KAVANAUGH. PLUMBER AND GAS
• fitter, removed Irom 27 Sau Pedro street
to 212 W. First street. ja«-14t*
LD CURIOSITY SHOP—CLASSIC CURICB
old Wilson block, rooms 34and 35, Hours,
1 to 8 p. m. dag tn-th-sn lm*
I AUD ITt»l IND.
STRAYED FROM THE RANCH OF THE
undersigned, one sorrel horse,
(3) years old, with white I tripe in 'ace and
rope »iound the neck. Leave at 26 Fmnklin
street and be rewarded. H.NEWMAN.
Ja7 2t*
(IAMK JO THE PLACE OF J. M. MONT-
J GOMFRY, Fruitland, Monday, December
30th, span of work horses; one a buckskin the
other a bay. Owner can have same by paying
charges. ja3 5*
SMALL GRBY~ MARE AT
liureka stables on tho 18th, from off Wash
ington st aud Kstfella aye. d2O-tf
W ANTED—MALU HELP.
SALESMEN WANTED AT ONCE—A FEW
good men to sell our goods by sample to
the wholesale and retail trade. Wo are the
largest manufacturers in our line iv the world.
Liberal sahvy paid. Permaneut position.
Money advanced for wage-, advertising, etc
For fall terms, address CENTENNIAL MFG.
CO .flhleairo. 11' .nr Cincinnati. O ri'Jli'od3Qr
WANTED—fcEMAEE HELP.
LADIEB, ON
salary, to take charge of my business at
their homes; light, very fa.-clnating and
heathful; wages $10 por week; reference
given; good pay for part time. Address, with
stamp, MRS. MaRION WALKER. Louisville,
_ T *" se27 frl&tuOm
WANTED SITUATIONS—-TJb^MAl^ilE^
A" A POSITION Su
perintending a lodging house, takinir
cnarge of linen,etc., or something of a similar
kind H s had experience. Address. WIDOW,
Box 40. Hkkai.d ollice. j" ' 2t*
WAN I ED-CITY PBOPEBTI.
WANTED-AN OFFER FOR A G »OD AND
nice piece of dwelling property, well
located: will sell for $1,000 less than property
is worth; this is a good chance to get a nice
ho i c; one-third cash, balanoe easy payments:
it will be to'your Interest to investigate this:
or would rent to good party. Coll at 535
Beaudry aye. d 3 1 10"
fok. kent—koobis.
fur
nisned. Rates very reasonable. At 115
Commercial street, Los angeles jas-7t*
TjlOR RENT—BTORER< 'OM, NO. 119 N.
Jn Spring st. W. R BURKE, 55 N. Spring.
jas 3t
"_ OR RENT—UNFURN SHED ROOMS. BUIT
-1} able for light housekeeping; Norton block,
corner Seventh aud Hill; flne9t locality iv the
city; reasonable rates. d 29 lm
FOR RENT-FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nisned rooms iv the Newell Building, Eaat
First St., near Vine; everything new ana ele
gant; on cable line. MRS. J. E WOODWARD.
f__E!_______^
FOR RENT-7 ROOM HOUSE. APPLY AT
55 Turner street. J»" _
FOR RENT —OLO3E IN-3ROOM HOUSE;
very convenient. 14 Byd St. ja7-ds
FOR RENT —HOUBE. 7 ROOMS, BATH,
(furniture, first-class, new, for snle) a bar
gain. See this, 1 56 Wilmington St. jas cod 3t
OR RENT —HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY.
C. A. BUMNEB & CO., 78. Fort st. dlO tf
OR R*NT— HOUSES, BTOREB. Lo_f_J_s
to select from: free carriage. LOS ANGELJ"*
RENTAL AOKNfIY 1 N Fort at.. d2rVM^
WANTED—r«ISCEEEANjKOI^__
IHTANrKD-A catholic ohphan boy io
VV to 12 years of ago; German Catholic pre
ferred. Apply to merman oataollc cnurch
Twelfth and Bantee streets. 1«4 tt
WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME AT
Burns' Music Store. 15' i 9 Mil"
FOR SALE-THE NEWLY, fully COM
plete household ol an 8-room house,in
cluding upright piano. Address M, Box 10,
Herald. iaoBt"
FOP. A GOOD HUNTING OUTKIT OR
cheap livery, call at the Ventura Stables,
25 8 Los Angeles St. a lB lm
OR BALE-PIGS. COR. SANTA FE AN"
Vernou avenue, or address J. W H arkim,
box 469, city. d 25 2m*
HOROUGHBRED FOWLS AND EGgTok
15 varieties by A. C. RUBCHHAUPT. on
State street, Brooklyn Heights, P. 0. Box 43,
Ht.at.lnTi R rtlrnnlsiM frpft. Jl tX
*'OK SAl.E—(jonnirT Property.
£10R SALE-20 ACRES IN THE CENTER
ofDuarte; 5 room house; 10 acres in or
ange, apricot, French prune and other trees,
in bearing: 17 shares of water.
$7,000. RUDDY & RURNB, 34 North Spring
Street. V* j<s lm
PWKSAAi*;—«JIty frwperiy.
FOR
™ ne a a .J ?.? ble Cftra: ta *e for a short time
•Tiouo; !MOO down and balance on time. Call
on owner, J. w BROWNING, 960 E. First st,
Boyle Heights. Dll lm
FOR BALK—A NICK 6-ROOM HOUSE AND
bath, including luroiture, which Is mostly
new; one lawn aud flowers; cement walk;
large chicken yard and house; stable and
woodshed; close to cable ears; in fact, a nice
place for $2 500; terms easy. Coll on the
owner, J W. BROWNING, 9(10 E. First street,
before 10 a. m. Dll Jm
IjlOR BALK— ONE OF THE BUST REBI
' dences in the city; this beautiful place of
12 Inrge rooms, including bl.llard room; there
are stationary washs'anos, with hot and eld
water in every bedroom and bathroom; also,
grates with black walnut mantels in all bed
rooms and parlor and dining-room, the cheap
est mantel costing $100; there are also electric
bells in all the rooms, and burglar alarm con
necting with all the windows and outside
doors; the bathroom and pantry are as com
plete as it is possible to make them; the
dining-room ha* an elegant black walnut side
board, costing $450; there will also be sold
with the bouse all cur'ains and carpets, which
are of the best and good as new; cement Walks
in front and around the house; a fine lawn and
flowers in profusion—over seventy varieties ol
roses; also, n fine two-story bam: the lot is 50
x 175 feet; the street is 80 feet wide; the cable
cars pass the door every five minutes, and is
only seventeeu minutes from the junction of
First and Spring streets. If you waut the above
for less than it cost to build the house, call on
'he owner J. W. BROWNING, on the premises,
before 10 a. m., at 900 First st., Boyle Height-.
Dll lm
BAHOAtNM IN HE Al, ESTATE.
TilOR SALE OR
JC ing purchased at first prices can sell at low
figures choicest located property, acreage and
lotj to suit, in the following places: Pasadena,
J-au Gabriel Alhambra, Outario, Glendora,
Claremont, San Fernando, Hesperla, Long
Beach, Coronado Beach, South Pasadena; also,
one of the most command lug residence sites
in the city, 120x155 leet; center of town.
Address bnx 1402 city. d2l lm*
710R R'XJMd FOR OFFICES
F In Newell block, cor. Main and Second sts ,
prices reasonable d24tf
~
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
L. BCHM DT, 109 W. Ist St., room 13. j8
PAOIFM LOAN COMPAN V—LOANS MONEY*
L in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos
without removal, diamonds. Jewelry, seal
skins, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop
erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise,
etc., in warehouse; partial payments received,
money without delay; private offices for con
sultation. WILSON & DaGROOT, Managers,
Rooms 14 and 15, No. 32% South Spring st.
d 29 tf
MONEY TO lOAN IN ANY AMOUNT ON
all kinds of persocal property and col
lateral security; on pianos anil organs without
removal; diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins, horses,
carriages, bicycles, stocks, mortgages, notes, or
any pro erty of value; also furniture, mer
chandise, etc ,in warehouse; money without
delsy; private offices for consultation: *11
business confidential. F. a GARBDTT.
toonis 5 and 6, Stowell Block, 120 8. Spring
street d! 3 lm-
MONEY TO LOAN-IN LARGE OR SMALL
amounts on real estate seourity, by
POHLHACB & SMITH, No. 28 N. Spring St.,
room 4. j»3 i m
MONEY LOANED ON WATCH KB, DlA
monds, muuic-il instruments and all kinds
of personal prope-t.y. Everything strictly pri
vite and confidential Address P O box 1032.
d3l lm
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE,
diamonds, watches, Jewelry, pianos,
sealskins, live stock, carriers and all kinds
of personal and collateral security. 304 8.
Spring and 5 W. First sts., room 1. dlB-6m
rpo LOAN.
$1,000 to $100,000.
At tbe Main-street Savings Bank and Trust
Co. No Commissions.
J. B. LANKERSHIM, President,
dl3-tf 326 8. Main st.
RAWFORD & McCREERY,
Room 10, over Los Angeles National Bank,
Corner First and Bpring I reels.
Loan $50 to $.10,000 on city and country prop
erty; bay notes aud mortgages; conservative
first mortgages lor sale jl 2m
AAA to loan dpon improved
•JWUUsVwv olty and conntry property;
lowest rates; loans made with dispatch. Ad
dress the Northern Counties Investment Trust,
Ltd., FRED. J. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal.
W. POINDEXTER, 25 W. SECOND HT. —
. Loans on good cltv or country property,
jl_tf __
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L.
SCHMIDT. No. 109 W. First St., Room 13
j__
®I't\4 i l\i\f\ TO LOAN—A. J. VIE LB, 38
JJrIUU.UUU 8. Spring St., Room 4.
d3O tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOK
TIMER A HARRIS, attbxneyn-at-Uw, 7P
Tempi" hlnck rl7,2tf
I/XCHANGK— A STORY AND HALF HOUSE
Ej and Ipt, centrally located, for acreate and
larger house, eith»r ab ißt or outside the city
limits. Address EXCHANGE, 127 Aliso street.
j*s 7t
~~BIJSINESS (JHANiJICS
_to!TlBalle^a~fir^
F ket, on account of sickness. Apply corner
of Alameda and First Bts. d2l lm*
HAVE ON HAND TWO FIRBT-OLAS3
good paying businesses; must sell one as I
cannot attend to both myself. Address P. O.
box 1162. eitv. d!5-tf
_ _Tj_^____j_
SANTA FE ROUfE STII.L AHKAD OF ALi
competitors, Doih in time «.nd distance to
all points East. Special tonrUt excursions
Ea/t, every THURSDAY. For lull information,
applytoo'r address any «gent nrd.ARENOE
A. WARNER, Exe. Manager, 29 N Spring j2tf
WINTER TRAVEL—FORTNIGHTLY TOUR
ist Exclusions—Organized and conducted
by the Southern Panlfle Company, via the
Sunset Route, New Orleans Birmiugham, Chat
tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York,
Phi ladelpbia and intermediates.
Through service ol Pullman TourUt Sleepers.
Parties personally conduoted by a Southern
Pacific employe. '". »_"..___
Sleepers have improved heaters for light
cooking and tea and cuffee.
Adjustable lunch tables in every section.
12 nours iv New Orleans for Bight-seeing.
Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th and 31st; Nov.
14th and 28th; Dec. 13th. 1889; Jan 3d,l7th
and 31st; Feb. 14th and 28th: March 14thand
28th; April 11th and 25tb, 1890.
Tor Inrther Information apply to any Agent
Southern Pacific Co, or to the General Pas
senger Office, 202 N. Main St., Los Angeles,
Cal. O. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J. M.
CRAWLEY, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T. H.
GOODMAN, G. P. <fc T. A.; R. GRAY, Gen'l
Traffic M»r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr.
dls 4m
XCPR9IONB ROUTE TO
a 1 points East Through tourist slt-epers.
Tuursday, January 9ih and 23d. For par
ticulars, call on or address 0. E KIBBfcY,
ogent. 30 South Spring st., Los Angeleß. Ddl tm
OCX IBL>ND EXCURSIONS BVERY
Tuesday. 44 Ppring street Ja2 tl
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS ARE J_*S__
ally condncted in Pullman tourist cars
thronghtoNew York and Boston. Office, 44 N.
Bpring st. ° a7tt
ALTERS' BBLRCT EXCURSIONS, PER
sonally conducted to all points East with
out change. 19 N Spring St. «M «
sFbciliiTi sts.
•ra F.apY.Jt.a. qamßt _j_j__<_
FJ. treits the eye and oar exclusively, 39J£ N.
si.riugsti Hours 10 a. m. to 4p. m. and 7 t o
Bp.m* dl 5 ftm
BELLEVUE LYING-IN HOSPITAL IB NOW
opeu. under the management of Mis. Dr. J.
rl, Smith Patients can have their choloe of
phvslcinns, and the best of care is given. M _
wifery a specially. 145 Bellevne aye. d-8 tf
8. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN
. oor. Beoond and Los Angeles sts. Electrical
treatment, baths and massage, d3otf
TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1890.
PHYSICIANM.
CHAS. W. BRYSON, M. D. —DISEASES Ol
women a specialty. 44V* 8. Spring st.
Rooms 2 ana 3. Teleph.ne, office. 79«; res
ldence, 798. Dll tf
DR. ELIZABETH FOLLANBBEE, HAS BE
turned from the East. Office and residence
240 8. Fort st. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m.
to 2:30 p. m. d24-tf
f|R FRED R. FROST, 17~STmAIN ST.
JL/ Los Angeles. Specialty: Diseases of the
Nose, Throat and Chest. Office hours, 10 to 12,
2 to 5, 7to 8. Tel: Offioe, 90; residence. 96
Residonce. 1419 Temple st. dl 7
DR. LEONID A OLIVIERI, PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon, office and residence, Los An
geles st, corner First, No. 4. Office hours. 10
a. m.to 12; 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m. d2O lm
M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. It., M. 0. ..8.
•O. Specialist In diseases of the head,
throat and ohest, lnolnding the eye, ear and
heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen,
monoxide, and other medicated inhalations,
used in all diseases of the respiratory organs.
Office, 37 Sonth Fort street, from 9 a. M.to
4 p. M. J3
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN ST
Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m ; 4 to 6 and
7 to 9 p. m. d 26 tf
DR. DAJtLLNS OCULIBT A~N_ ~~A HKIST
Offioe 26 North Main St. Office Fours. 9 a
v. to 4 P. M j ltf-d_w
(X VV . BURLEIGH, M. D., 121 8. SPRING ST.
IT. Specialties, diseases of women (medical
and surgical). Chronic diseases of stomach
and bowels. j3 tf
R. E. ARENBBERG. FROM THE UNIVER
sity ol Berlin, treats all chronic diseases
successfully; diseases of the sexual organs a
specialty. Hours, Bto 10, 2t04,7 to 8. Room
15, Bryson-Bonebrake block. d2O tf
R. C EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF
women a specialty: rectal diseases
treated by the Brinkerhoff Painless Syßtem;
office corner Main and Seventh sts., Robarts
block. dl6-tf
R. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
Smrgeon to the New York Hospital. 76 N.
Spring et. Honrs, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tel. No. 1,026.
d24tf
DR. O. B. CLAOIUS HAS RKMOVED HIS
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 S. Spring St.
Hours from 11 a. at. to 2r. a. Specialty—Sex
ual and skin diseases, ohroniediseases in gen
eral. d 24tf
DR. CHAS. DE SZIGETHY. OFFICE AND
residence, 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1,056. tf
lil A. DE CAILHOL, M. D.-AT HIS SANI
-!i. tariam, Pearl, sonth of Temple. Teleohone
891. jl-tf
G1 ELCICH POST, NO. 106, G. A. R.—MEETS
T first and Third Fridays of eaoh month in
Campbell's Hall. Fast Lob Angeles.
llO.flKlit'ATHlNrs.
If A. CLARKE. M. D. OFFKI tf :24 SOUTH
_. Hnring st. Reßidenee: 444 S. Hope st.,
second door north of Sixth. Telephone 358.
dlO lm
MRS. H. TYLER WILCOX, mTd , CORNER
First and Spring st., Wilson block d-8-tf
8 8.8ALISi.URY, K.D., HOMOIoTaTHIST.
. Office, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build
ing, oor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 588
8. Pearl st. Office -oars, 11 a, k. to Br. ».
Telephone Nos.: Offl'ie 597; residence 577.
d24tf
DRS. BEACH <s BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring st., Los Angeles, Cel. Offioe hours,
8 to 12 H.,1 to 4 and 6 to 8 P. at. Dr, Bovuton'e
residence. 735 Olive it- dl9tf
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMEOP
Office Honrs—ll to 12 A. M., 2to 6 x
Offioe—No*. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Btu.dlng,
Los Angelea. Oal. Residenoa 408 Soath Man
strnot. dft-tf
DENTISTS.
rooms 2, (5 and 7. Hours, 8 to 5
Gold filling, f m $2 up. | Porcelain crowns, $5.
silver or amalgam, $1 i Gold crown,Bo and up.
Plates, from $4 to $10. I Extracting, 500 : with
gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty d2O-tf
R. J. M. WHITE,
DR. E. L. TOWNSEND,
—DBNTIBTS,—
41 South Spring street.
First bmildlzic north of Bryson-Bonebrake block.
Telephone 138. dl 9 lm
RG. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED
, to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2
Phillips block. Lob Angeles, Cal. dlStf
1882 BBTABLISHBD IKS'
DR. L. W. WELL 3, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
sts,, Wilson block; take elevator; Room
36; teeth filled without pain; anaesthetic per
fectly harmless; all kiudsof dentistry done and
ieeth extracted positively without pain. j I tf
A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 28 S. SPRING
tl streot, Rooms 4 and 5,
Gold fillings from $2 np. Amalgam and silver
Slllngs, $1. Painlesß extraction of teeth by
rltallsed air c nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth
extracted without gas or air, 50 cents.
Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By oar new
method of making teeth, a misfit It Impossible.
All work guaranteed.
We make a speolalty of extracting teeth with
ant pain.
Office Hoars from 8 a. m., to 6 p.m. Sundays
from 10 a. m. to 18 m. Evenluga, 7p.m. to 9
p. m, ds.tf
£V-t)ATIONA_,.
oiT7i-iTTrA_"iT^
to class scho"l lor girls; now is a good time to
enter your daughter. ja3tf
ACADEMY OF IMMACULATE HEART, PICO
Height*—Conducted by the Sisters of Im
maculate Heart. The scholastic year com
prises two tensions of five months caeh. The
first session commences on the Ist of Sep
tember, and second on the Ist of February.
Pupils are received at any time during the
year. Their session commeuces from the date
of entrance. For further particulars apply on
tbe premises, or at the Cathedral school, Los
Angeles st. The above house is the no itiate of
the order. jal 6m
URE FRENCH TAUGHT BY PROFESSOR
from Paris Address P. O. Box 1817.
d29-lm*
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT — INSTRUCTION
or> various methods of keeping accounts at
your own home or place of business; adjust
ment of deranged aooounts aspeclalt? ; charges
moderate; city references Call or address No.
131K East Fourth street, C. SATBR, d29-lm*
SPANISH AND ITALIAN BY SIGNOR
d'Arcais, late of Brown University. Apply
to PROF. KUINER, 449 8. Bprlng st. d2B lm,
THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES, AT
Ramona, Cal , wi 1 open a Boarding and Re-'
:ect Day SOoool on the 2d of January. The.
site of their Institution is uuerjualed; the i
i ours 'of ins ruction is of the highest grade.
For terms address SR. SUPERIOR, Convent
Hill, Ramona, Cal, dec2s-tf
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 8.
Main st Experienced teachers; complete
courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS, Frln.
d 22 tf
MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Singing, Piano and Guitar. Special rates
to beginners. 337 Olive, near Fifth. dls tf
SCHOOL OF CIVIL. MINING,
Engineering, Surveying, Archlt«ct"re,
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILI KN,
723 Marketer,, San Francisco. d!0-5m
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
—AND—
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 Soath Bpring Street, Los Angeles, Oal
BBBSIOSSDAT AND BVBNUIO,
For partlonlars, oall at offioe or address.
s2O-ly F. 0. WOODBURY. Principal.
abstkacts.
com
pany of Los Angeles, N. W. oor. Franklin
and New High streets. dIT-llm
THE SECURITY TITLE INBURANCE AND
Abstract Co. of So. GJI. , 40 N. Spring
st . room. A. 5 and 6. ~ nV7-t.f
m ' »y •■. Atacatra fto rit..
CH. BROWN. ARCHITECT, OFFICE, BRY
. son-Bonebrake block, 3d floor, rooms 42
and 4.R rIU tf
MEETIISdi NOTICES.
r\ society
vJ Thegeneral meetlug and election of offi
cers will take place Wednesday, January Bth,
1890, at 2 p. m, at Torn Verein hall. All
members are requested to be present..
MRS. JOHN MILNEK, President.
Mas W, F. Gbojsbb, Secretary. ja7-Zt
f T\ L. KU3SE_L, ATTORNEY AND CoD-H
► 7..V. d 8 ' . Dni TeMlty Bank building, Los Angeles,
California. 1»7-t,f
" TBIDORB B. DOCKWEILKR. ATTORNEY AT
ifciSfl roOmg 10 and U - Bryson-Bonebrake
. Bloc »' 017 lm
MATIHEW T ALLBnTaTTORNEY, OF
flees, 26 and 27 Bryson-Bonebrake block.
s W F _ he athmanTattorney AT LAW.
' Kooms 21 al >d 18 .Bryson-Bonebrake
bloGk d!7tf
; Obobob H. Smith, Thomas L. Winobb.
' HBNBYM. B_ITH.
SMITH, WINDER A SMITH. ATTORNEYS
at-Law, will practice In all the Btate and
Federal Courts. Offices: Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4,
University Bank building, 117 New High st.,
Los Angeles. Cal. Telephone, No. 583. dUtf
BIVIDENO NOTICE.
iTideWno^ttoTt^^
tiavings Bank for ihe six months ending
December 31, 1889, is now due and payable at
the r»te of 5 per cent, per annum on Term
Deposits and 3 per cent, per annum on Ordin
ary Deposits.
Los Angeles, January 2, 1890. Ja3 7t
DIVIDEND NoTI<;E—DIVIDEND NO. BEV
entv-two (72) for the quart.r ending Dec
31*t, 1889, at the rate of sixteen (10) per cent,
per annum, upon the capital stook of the far
mers _ Merchants Bank of Los Angeles, Hal
has been declared by the Board of Directors,
payablo on and after Friday, Jan. 10th, 1890.
Signed, H. J. FLEISHMAN, Secretary. Farmeis
A. Merchants Bank of Los Aneeies, Cal.
Los Angeles. Oal., Jan. 6. 1890 j*7 lm
Ai<t;'ii(i,\ a
—GENERAL-
Auction and Commission House,
NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECOND ST.
Peremptory Sales of New and Second-Hants
Furniture
TUESDAY, JAN. 7,
THURSDAY, JAN. 9,
SATDRDAY, JAN. li',
At 10 a. m. and 2 p. k.
AUCTION BALE OF HORSES AND CAB
RIAGES ON SATURDAYS.
' REN *». RHOADES, Auctioneer.
CLOTHING
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS I
Comprising almost everything for Gents, Boys
and Children at
Abernethy & Taft's,
19 South Spring Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
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W. C. FURREY
Builders' Hardware
Full Stock at Lowest Prices
The finest stock of GARDEN HOSE In the olty.
LAWN SPRINKLERS in erery variety.
PUMPS lor destroying the soale bng a speolalty.
THE MODEL GRAND RANGE, the leader of '
them all. 1
METAL ROOFING and SANITARY PLUMBING
a speolalty.
Will the public kindly give me a call.
89 and 61 N. Spring St.
116 S. Fort St
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GRATEFUL—COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKFAST. ,
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition, and by a careful application ol
the 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 i
judicious use ol such articles of diet that a con
stitution may be gra lually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease, i
Hundreds of subtile maladies are floating ,
around us ready to attack wherever there is a
weak point. We may escape many a fatal
shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with
pure blood and a properly nourishes frame." i
—Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boil
ing water or milk. Sold only in half pound
tin», by Grocers, labeled thus:
JtrflES EPPS &. «JU.,HomnepaihleOhem
ists. London, Englaad.
se2 tnathAwl2m
I.AUI-M, ATl_NTIOi\l
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Mrs. A. M. LESLIE, from Boston Dress
Cutting College, after 20 years' experience at
Dressmaking, most heartily recommends Mrs.
H. A Brown's scientific rules_f Dress Cutting
to all ladles, and Dressmakers in particular.
They are so simple that all can readily acquire
a per'ect knowledge of the an of outting,
fitting and putting work together. Instruc
tious given until January Ist at reduced prices.
Hours, from 9 a.m. to sp.m. and Wednesday
evenings. Information cheerfully given. Call
at once at 2.10 Fort street. dlO tu-thnr-sat lm*
12 WOU _BB3.GO.
Finest Finished Cabinet Photo-
Kriipht.
We guarantee them to be as fine as any made
In the city. Come early with the babies.
N. B.—Parties holding contract tickets on
other galleries will be allowed $1.00 for same
on their order.
WESNER.
21 West First street, bet. Main and Spring
d! 9 5m
F. B. BROWNE,
Having removed to a more commodious store,
No 30 .South Main street, opposite Mott. market,
where he 1b now able to carry a more complete
line of Stoves,
Medallion Ranges, Tinware
Agateware and House Furnishing Goods.
GIVE HIM A CALL. dll-lm
M. Hopkins & Co..
Undertakers and Embalmers
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! Absolut.!. unfailing HOMK TKKATSIKNT— Herfrtl. In • d»y.
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EDUCATIONAL.
Regular Meetiug of the
School Board.
APPOINTMENTS OF TEACHERS.
Various Matters Discussed by the
Directors—A Kindergarten
Class Established. J
The Board of Education met last night,
Mr. W. P. Mcintosh in the chair, the
President, Mr. A. E. Pomeroy, having
telegraphed bis inability to attend, and
Messrs. Cox, Ellis, Frew, Gosper,
Powers, Woodbury and Whaling present.
A communication was received from
the parents of one hundred and two
children, residents cf that section of the
city east of Alameda street, between
Aliso street and Mission road, stating
that they were practically deprived of
school facilities; and praying that at as
early a day as practicable a school be
established in the center of said district,
and in the vicinity of Date and Macy
streets. The matter was referred to the
Building Committee.
The applications of J. J. Ireland, Mrs.
E. A. Watson, I. A. Hanchess, A. Arson
and W. F. Eaton for appointments as
janitors were reported to the Janitors'
Committee.
A communication was received from
A. 8. Frew questioning the legality of the
consolidation of the school and public
libraries and the transfer of the books
rendered necessary by such consolida
tion. It was referred to the Library
Committee. Major Frew, of the latter
committee, asked for further time in
which to confer with the Book Commit
tee of the Public Library, -which was
granted.
Superintendent Friesner reported that
during the month of December last
6,692 pupils had been enrolled, of whom
8,351 were girls aud 3,341 boys; the
average daily attendance was 5,566, and
during the month there* had been 803 of
the pupils sick.
The Finance Committee reported that
there was a balance of $47,739 68 on
hand in the treasury, and recommended
the payment of twenty-eight bills,
amounting in the aggregate to about
$3,100. Adopted.
Governor Gosper, of the Building Com
mittee, recommended that a door bo cut
through the south line of the bail dins:,be
tween the offices of Superintendent Fries
ner and his assistant, as a matter ot con
venience. Mr. Whaling vigorously
objected to squandering bo much money
in fixing up the Superintendent's office
at a time when lots of the school chil
dren were actually suffering because the
schools were unprotected from the
storms. He thought the board ought to
direct its attention to the children's pro
tection before "adornating" the Super
intendent's office. On motion of Mr.
Woodbary the recommendation was
adopted.
Mr. Ellis, of tho Teachers' Committee,
reported the resignations of Mr. S. H.
Moore, Misses M. L. Pinkham, Allie M.
Felker, Lucy Grant and Mary H. Ken
nie, and recommended that they be ac
cepted with regrets. The committee
recommended the appointment of Misses
B. Cox, O. Day. E. B. Reynolds, L.
Heed and Mrs. N. D. Mayhew as regular
teachers; Mrs. A. H. Koffe, the Misses
M. Murdoch, H. M. Mead and M. I.
Fitzgerald as substitute teachers; and
further that the salary of Mrs. L. P.
Wilson be raised to $80 from January
Bth, and that of Miss O. Day be placed at
$85. The report was adopted.
Mr. Woodbury, of the Committee on
Classification, recommended the follow
ing appointments: Miss H. Davis, to
be assigned to the eighth grade of the
Spring-street school; Miss F. P. Wright,
to the fourth and fifth grades; and Miss
L. J. Kendall, to the seventh and eighth
grades of the same school; Miss E.
Griffiths, to the tilth grade, and Mies B.
Cox, the third grade of the Hellman
street school; Miss Lina X. Reed, to the
second and third grades of the Castelar
street school; Miss M. Murdoch, to the
first grade of the Breed-street school;
Miss O. Day, to the Railroad-street
school; and Mrs. N. D. Mayhew, to the
kindergarten school on Bonsallo street.
The report was adopted.
Mr. Ellis reviewed at some length the
ideas of the board in the matter of the
kindergarten system, and stated that
Mrs. Mayhew had been appointed as
teacher of a small school on Bonsallo
street in the Fifth ward, in which there
were already forty scholars, and he asked
that until proper accommodations be
provided for the school the Building
Committee recommend that the room at
present occupied by that lady be rented
at $20 per month. The recommendation
was adopted.
Mr. Cox, of the Finance Committee,
reported against the purchase of flags for
each school house, on the ground that
the condition of the finances at the dis
posal of the board would not justify the
same. Mr. Whaling opposed the report,
but was voted down.
The City Attorney was instructed to
bring suit for the recovery of land be
longing to the Spring-street school lot.
Mr. Whaling offered the following res
olntion for the approval of the board:
"Resolved, That it is the sense of this
board that the Secretary furnish the
board with a list of tbe school buildings
insured, with the names of the com
panies with whom they are insured, and
the rates of the same, so that it may de
termine whether the-same is sufficient or
not, and that euch a report be made at
least once a year." The resolution was
adopted unanimously.
Mr. Powers then gave notice of his in
tention to move amendments to the
rules.
Mr. Whaling offered another resolu
tion to the effect that the present system
of selecting teachers was not to the best
interests of the Bchool Department,
which met with opposition on the part of
Messrs. Ellis and Gosper, the latter as
serting that there was no sense to it, as
it was already covered entirely by the
present rules. There being no second to
the resolution it passed unnoticed.
Governor Gosper moved that the High
School building be placed at a distance
of fifty-five feet from its front to Castelar
street and twenty feet from the west side
of the lot, which was carried.
Messrs. Cox, Frew and Gosper were
appointed as a committee to confer with
the Council in reference to the school
buildings.
On motion of Mr, Ellis the school in
FIVE CENTS
the old Orphans' Home building was
ordered moved back toCastelar street, aa
it was very unsatisfactory.
Governor Gosper moved that the Su
perintendent of Schools be instructed to
confer with the member from the
Third ward and the Councilman of that
district with a view of trading the lot on
Second street, near Beaudry avenue, for
another more suitable one. Mr. Whaling
vigorously opposed such a proposition,
saying that it was only two weeks since
the lot was purchased at ounerintendent
Frieener's suggestion, and * that it was
child's play to keep "swapping" lota aa
they had been doing lately. The motion
was carried and the board adjourned.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Meeting- of the Directors—Resolu
tions Passed.
The Board of Directors of the Cham
ber of Commerce held a special meeting
yesterday afternoon. The Secretary an
nounced the receipt of several compli
mentary tickets to the Oroville Citrus
Fair. A letter from S. J. Mathes, who
is with the "California on Wheels," was
read. He described the tour through
Texas and the enthusiasm which it
had aroused. He stated that tbe Los
Angelea exhibit had attracted more at
tention than any other, the Fresno
county not excepted. He said that the
additional material contributed when tbe
exhibition oars were in this city had
greatly improved the display of Los An
geles county, and it was now not sur
passed by that of any other section of the
State.
The Secretary supplemented this letter
with a few remarks with regard to the
criticisms which had been passed upon
the exhibit when it was stopping in this
city. He said that the exhibit had not
been prepared to satisfy citizens
of Los Angeles, who had of course
seen many finer and larger at
district fairs, but for the people
of the East. It had to be in compact
form and composed only ot things which
could be shipped and which would not be
destroyed by travel through lqng dis
tances. The Chamber had done its best
with the means which were at its dis
posal, and the display, when compared
with that of other sections, vas very
creditable.
Judge Fitzgerald suggested that a com
mittee should be appointed to prepare
suitable resolutions with regard to the
resignation of Secretary Higgins and the
completion of his work for the Chamber.
On motion, a committee, consisting of
Major Jones, J. H. Book, J. Mills Davias
and Judge Fitzgerald, was appointed.
Major Jones then offered the following
resolutions with regard to the proposed
S-veet Wine bill:
Whereas, The vine and wine indnßtryof
this country is one of great importance and
one which with the loitering care and just
protection of tbe Government, would again
become the leading Industry of th'a St»te; and
Whereas, lv thin State are vast domains,
eminently suited for the cultivation of the
vine and consequently for the production of a
very excellent quality of wine; an d
Whereas, Ab at present, the laws, we be
lieve, are administered so as to discriminate
against tbe business generally, working great
hardship on those already engaged in the
business, deterring others from engaging in it,
thus compelling large areas of cultivable lands
to remain uncultivated, And also encouraging
the importation ot foreign brands, aud the
adulteration and imitation of our own product;
and
whereas, There has been introduced Into
Congress what is termed the Sweet Wine bill,
the provisions of which wnl relieve the indus
try of its uunecessary burdens; and,
. Whereas, The passage of the bill will en
conrtge the investment of capital, which un
der the present circumstances cannot be in
duced to recognize the wine industry, and
whioh would, if invested, affect our material
prosperity in cultivating our soil, affording em
ployment to labor and giving business to trans
portation companies; therefore be it
Resolved, That the Board of Directors of the
Lis Aneeles Chamber of Commerce very re
spectfully but urgently request the Senat - and
House of Repretentatives to act favorably on
said measure, as one in the interest of the peo
ple at large.
These resolutions were pissed by the
Directors.
Major then brought up the mat
ter oi the Torres Bankrupt bill which is
being pushed by the commercial bodies
of the country, and he moved that the
Committee on Legislation look into it
with a view to offering an endorsement
on the part of the Chamber. It was
carried.
The following resolution was then of
fered and carried:
Resolved, That in the death of Hon. John
R. Brierly, the Chamber of Commerce of Los
Angeles loses a valuable member and the com
munity an aotive and earnest representative In
put lie life.
Tne board then adjourned.
THE RAILROADS.
Trains All Rtarlit—A New Develop
ment iv tbe l . P. Extension.
Trains ran yesterday on all divisions
of the Southern Pacific coming into this
city, except the Santa Ana, which is ex
pected to open today. The train from
the North which should have arrived
here at 8 o'clock yeuterday morning, did
not get in until 4 in the afternoon
Number 19 from the North, which regu
larly arrives at 4:10 in the afternoon, got
in two hours late. These delays were
caused by the shaky condition of the
track through the Soledad. A number of
surveyors arrived in the can in yesterday
and began work on the new line.
All trains that were made up in this
city left on time, and the schedule was
for the most part restored. The trains
were heavily laden with passengers. A
large amount of delayed freight will
be moved in the next few days. There
are about 1,500 carloads in eight which
must be handled as soon as possible.
There is bard work ahead for everybody
in the railroad business for the next few
weeks.
The Santa Fe linens over its difficulties
and trains are running as nearly as pos
sible on schedule time. A passage
through the Cajon has been effected, and
the damages at Del Mar have been re
paired, bo that the San Diego line is
open.
An important fact was developed yes
terday with regard to the work on the
Union Pacific extension from Salt Lake.
George M. Wright, a surveyor of this
city, received a telegram from Mr. Mc-
Cartney, the resident engineer at Salt
Lake City, of the Union Pacific, asking
whether he could send a number of men
down to assist the surveying party now
working north from Barstow. Mr.
Wright will leave today with a party of
five for Ludlow, which iv on the Atlantic
and Pacific, about fifty miles east of
Barstow. Mr. Wright will not accom
pany the party further, but will go on to
Chicago. There are several parties of
surveyors in the employ of the Union
Pacific working north from Barstow.
The Hints
At Agricultural park wi 1 be run on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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