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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXIII.—INO. 90
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertisements under the following heads in
lerted at the rate of S cents per me for each
insertion, or jl a line per month.
puhsohal.
would like to get acquainted with a Cath
olic single lady. Address, J. B. W., Box 919,
city postofflce. j»7-6i*
0 HOUSEKEEPERS —14 LBS. GKAN
ulnted 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 toa. 3oc; sack fljur, $1.25:
11 cans fruit, $1; 6 lbs ralßtns or peaches,
25c; 3 lbs prunes, 25c; 40 bars soap, $1;
bacon, 12c; hams, 13c; r-ork, 11c.
ECONOMIC GROCERY, 409-411 8. Spring Bt
js3lm
fl ERMaNA BERRA HAVING BEEN AN IN
\X mate of Los Angeles Orphan Aajlum for a
year, we are desirous to know if any person
will claim tbesaidrhild. SISTER JOSEPHINE.
ja3 lOt
EMO VAL —THE PACIFIC WAGON CO
will remove to the corner of Fort anfl Sixth
sts. JOHN R McMANIS, Manager. ja3 tf
THOMAS KELLEY, CAKRIAGE TRIMMER;
fine work a specialty: repairing neatly
and promptly done. Cor. Los Augeles and
Arcadia sts., at Calkinß' Carriage Company.
d 29 lm '
MA GEE, 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
ERSONAL—DIVORCES OBTAINED WITH
the least posßible publicity. Terms reason
able. Advice free. Address "Lawyers," P. O.
box 733, Station C, city. dls-tf
MBS. PARKER, BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
clairvoyant, 224 S. Spring st. d2stf
DIVOBCE~LAW~A SPECIALTY. ADVICE
free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office.
24 Wet,t First-st... rooms 10 and 11. d29-tf
WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
debts contracted by my wife, E. D. White
P. M, WHITE. dlOlm
ERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY
body. How to make and save money.
Bond the classified advertisements in trie
Hbrali> daily. A few cents spent in an ad
vertisement may make thousands of dollars for
you. You may procure a situation; sc'l your
house and lot; rent your vacant property; buy
a paying business or s?ll to advantage; loan
your idle money or borrow cheaper than from
agents, and in a thousand different ways use
these columns to advantage. On this page ad
vertisements are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A
DAY.
LOS ANGELES DETEO-
five Bureau will furnish
<WCT_g*_-*e%_f_. reliable and export detec
'S?_l___V__-- tives to private persons on
sgLVSiy Jsßbw* thort notice; we invest
"=%iB_SP Igate all classes of crime;
locat missing parties; ob
tain evidence in civil and criminal ectious;
aud all other legitimate business attended to
with dispatch. All transactions Btrictly con
fidential; bast of references given when re
quired; r- nos reasonable. Address all com
munications to thos. McCarthy, supt.,
Room .'l-t, Wilson Block. j5 lm
.x s »k. noticies.
OLD CURIOSi'IY~SHOP-CLABSIC CURIOS
Old WiUon block, rooms 34and 35, Hours,
1 to 8 p. m. d 22 tu-tli-su lm*
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS—THE An
nual meeting of tne stockbold'TS of the
Savings Bank of Southern California will be
held at the otflcr) of the corporation on Friday,
January 17, 1890, at 3:30 o'clock p m. Direc
tors will be elected to serve for the ensuing
year and such other business will be transacted
as may »c presented.
jaS-lOt J. N HUNT, Secretary.
DD. KAVANAUGH, PLUMBER AND GAS
• liter. removed from 27 San Pedro sttect
to 21 2 W. First street. jaH-14t*
LOH'l AMD t'.'UfVw.
Eureka stables on the 18th, from off Wash
ington st aud EBtell i aye. d3O-ln
WANTED-JKLG HELP.
SALESMEN WANTED AT ONCE—A FEW
good mon to sell our goods by sample to >
the wholesale and retail trade. We are the
largest manufacturers in our line in the world.
Liberal sala'y paid. Permanent position. ,
Money advanced for wage-, advertising, etc. i
For full terms, address CENTENNIAL MFG.
OO . Chir-ago 111 .or Cincinnati, o n26"0d30t. i
WAHTEP Bl rPATIOWg-f Kflt AE.B. i
SItImtToN—BY A GOOD GIRL '
to cook or do general housework Good .
references ' a'l at 222 West Kirs' x' )h9 2 r '
IV IV i I'.U-el l V PltlifLKl Vi
W^~anT?eiS^a^ v AN 11
nice p ccc of dwelling property, well
located; will sell for **i,OOO less than property
is worth; this is a sood chauce to get a nice
ho c: one-third cash, balance easy payments:
it will bu to your iuterost tj investigate tliiß;
or would rent to good party. Call at 535
Beaudry aye d 3 10*
t'tirt ttt.Ti r.
RAME WAKIUI ()UsT~FOB~RENT—WELL
located: 16»40 feet. Terms reasonable.
B A WII)\'KV,22N M inSr, j 92t
IrUlrt, kaJkn'A* -M>UuiTs.M.
FRONT
room, lv cottage; privato family. Apply
at 335 South Fort street ja9 3t*
OR RENT —FOUR fIjkNISHED ROOMS
for honße-keepiug; 6 Bonsallo aye , utar
Washington street. jaB-st*
OR RENT—SOME NICE FRONT ROOMS
furnished. Rates very reasonable. At 115
Commercial street, LoßAnge eB. jas 7t*
FOR RENT—UNfUKN SHED *OOMB BUlT
able for light hou-ekeeping; Norton block,
corn r Seventh aud Hill; finest locality in the
city; rea> ouable rates. d 29 lm
OR RENT - FURNISHED AND I'NFUR
nisued rooms in the Newell Buildinu, East
First at., near Vine; everything new and ele
fant; on cable line. MRS. J. E WOODWARD,
roprietor. d2t lm
■ fUlt KEi»'l -HWli«K»r ~~*_*
FOR RENT—HOUSE, 7 ROOMS. BATH,
(iurniture, first-class, new, for sale) a bar
gain. See this, 56 Wilmington st. jaseod3t*
OR RENT—7 ROOM HOUSE. APPLY AT
55 Turner street. ja7-3t»
OR RENT—CLOSE IN-3-ROOM~HOU8E;
very convenient. 14 Byd St. j»7-3s*
OR BUNT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY.
C. A. SUMNER A CO., 78. Fort Bt. dlO tf
TjlOR BtfNT —H .USFS, STORES. LONG I HT
J? to select from: free carriage. 1.08 ANGELES
XKNTAL AGENCY 1 N Fort Bt. d 25 t'
WAN I fest—itl INtltvf.l.* *<■• I'll**-
WANTED— TEAM OF HURSBS, TO USE FOR
their keep; light work and good care.
41 South Fort St. jaO 11-12 3t*
ANTED—ANYONE HaYiNG A GOOD
pasture for horses to oall at 173 vliso
Btreet and get about fifty head. CLEMENTS A
PERRY. ja9 3t«
AN I'KD—A C iTHOLIC Ot-PHAN BOY 10
to 12 yearsof ago; German Catholic pre
ferred. Apply to merman oatliollc church
Twelfth and Bantee streets, Ja4 tf
WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME AT
Burns' Mtiiie Store. 152 S M«io st dUf
rOtt SAI.K-HJHMri BE
FOB SALE—THE NEWLY, FULLY COM
plete household of an 8-room house, In
cluding upright piano. Address M, Box 10,
Herald. jas 8t"
*'«Bjj • t.K-i.l VK^J^U^^^
HUNTING OUTKIT OR
cheap livery, call at the Ventura Stables,
25 8. Loa Angeleß st. d! 8 lm
FOB SALE—PIGS, OOR. SANTA FE AND
Vernon avenue, or address J. W HARRIS,
box 469, city. d 25 2m*
THOROUGHBRED FOWLS AND EGGS OK
15 varieties by A C. BUBCHH AUPT. ou
Bta c street, Brooklyn Heights, P. 0. Box 43
Station B. Clronla"! free jl tf
/I H.~BBO WN, ARCHITECT, OK Me, i,, KrtV- :
\j. Boa-Bouebrake blook. 3d floor, rooms 42 1
and 43. dl 4 if >
_ FOB DALE—OUT Property.
POX SALE— AN ELEGANT LOT, 50x150,
"•f'OJblt car> . wiu take {or a ghort tim e
, it>noo; $300 down and balance on time. Call
ou owner, J W . BROWNING, 960 E. First ft,
Boyle Heights, dll lm
FOB B\Uf—A NICK 6-ROOM HOUSE AND
bath, including furniture, which le mostly
pew; line lawn and flowers; cement walk;
large chicken yard aud house; stable and
woodshed; close to cable cars; In fact, a nice
place for $2,500; terms easy. Call on tbe
owner, J W. BROWNINU, 960 E. First street,
before 10 a. m, dll lm
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BUST RESl
dencesinthectty; this beautiful place of
12 large rooms, including billiard room; there
are stationary washs'anas, with hot and eld
water in every bedroom and bathroom; also,
grates with black walnut mantels in all bed
rooms aud 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 bath™ on and pantry are as com
plete as it is possible to make them; th-:
dining-room has an elegant black walnut side
board, costing $450; there will also be cold
with the house all cur alnsaiid carpets, which
are of Ihe best and gooa as new; cement walks
in front and around the house; a flne lawn and
flowers in profusion—over seventy varieties oi
roses; also, n flne two-story barn; 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 seventeen minutes from the junction of
First and Spring streets. Tf you want the above
for less than it con to build the house, call on
the owner J. W. BROW MING, on the premises,
before 10 a. m , at 960 First It., Boyle Height".
Dll l'n
eropsrty,
FOR BALE-20 AORKB IN THE CENTEB
of Duarte: 5 room house; 10 acres in or
ange, apricot, French prune and other trees,
mostly in full bearing: 17 shares of water.
$7,000. RUDDY & BURNS, 34 North Spring
street. j*s lm
I SoB SvLK—A 4-HORSK, 2-HOLE CORN
-1 shellor, cheap, by C. B. WOODHEAD 442
Buena Vista street jaB-2t*
IItKUtIIMM IN KB AL. UN Ta I 11.
For sale or
lng purchased at first prices can sell at low
ligures choicest located property, acreage and
lot-i to suit, in the following places: Pasadona,
r"an Gabriel Alhambra, Ontirio, Giendora,
Claremout, San Fernando. Hesperia, Long
Beach, Coronado Beach, South Pasadena; also,
one of the most commanding residence sites
in the city, 120x155 feet, center of town.
Address b x 1402 city. d2l lm*
A_«j«ji At..
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 wlthont delay; private offices for con
sultation. WILSON A DeGROOT, Managers,
Rooms 14 and 15, No 32U South Spring et.
d 29 tf
MONEY TO lOAN IN ANY AMOUNT ON
all kinds of personal property and col
lateral security; on pianos and organs without
removal; diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, horses,
cania2es, bicycles, stocks, mortgages, notes, or
any pro erty of value; also furniture, mer
chandise, etc ,in warehouse; money without
delay; private offices for consultation: all
busli ess confidential. F. A OARBUTT
toomn 5 and 0, Stowell Block, 126 8. Spring
street d! 3 lm'
M'oNISY TO LOAN-IN LARGE OR SMALL
amounts on real estate eeourity. by
POHLHAU3 A SMITH, No. 28 N. Spring Bt
ro°"» ja3 lm
llfOtfEY LOANED ON WATCH KH, DI4
iu monds, music 11 instruments aud all kiuds
of personal property. EverTthing strictly pri
vite and confidential Address I' O box 1632.
d3l lm
MONEY LOANKD REAL ESTATE,
diamonds, watches, Jewelry, pianos,
sealskins, live stock, carriages and all kinds
of personal and collateral security. 304 8.
Spring andsW. First sts., room 1. dlB-6m
rpo loan~
$1,000 to $100,000.
At tbe Main-street Savings Bank and Trust
Co. No Commls-tons.
J. B. LANKERSHIM, President.
dl3-tf 326 8. Main st.
(CRAWFORD A McOREKRY,
,' Room 10, over Loa Angeles National Bank,
Corner First and Spring s reetß.
Loan $50 to $50,000 on olty and country prop
erty; bny notes and mortgages; conservative
first mortgages for sale jl 2m
v> - . j AAA TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED
wOlmmUv/U city and country 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 ST.—
, Loans on good city or country property,
jl"
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAttE—O. A.
SUMMER & CO., 7 8. Fort St. d2O-tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L.
SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First st, Room 13
Htf
©1 f\f\ 7\f\f\ TO LOAN—A. J. VIK LE, 38
•DIUU.vUU 8. Spring st, Room 4.
d3otf
ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMEB A HARRIS, atto'rueys-at-law. 71?
■ympi" i-'ook d93rf
S O t-,
IjlOK EXCHANGE-ILLINOIS, NEBRASKA,
' Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Arizona prop
erties; also fruit, grain or stock ranches, in
Santa B irbara, Ventura, Tulare, San Bernar
dino, Los Angeles and Al-vmeda counties; some
piylug well and unincumbered. KURTZ A
LIST, 18 South Spring street. ja9 lm
L'XCHANGK— \ STORY AND HALF HOUSE
l\ and lot, centrally located, for acreave and
larger house, either abut or outside the city
limits. Aidress EXCHANGE, 127 Aliso street.
j*s 7t
BIM N tsTcHANIJKB
or^tTalCb^a^^
ket, on account of sickness. Apply corner
of Alameda and First sts. d2l lm'
HIVE ON H*ND TWO FIRST-CLASS
good paying businesses; must sell one as I
cannot attend to both myself. Addre»s P. 0.
box 11H2, city. d!5-tf
I x< i at .»<»[%.<..
OAirrA~FFntolT™^
iO competitors, both lv time i.nd distance to
all points Fast. Special tourist excursions
Ka>t every THURSDAY. For fall Information,
apply to or address any agent orC'.ARENCE
A. WARNEB, Exc. Manager, 29 N Spring j2tf
WINTEB TR AVEL—FORTNIGHTLY TOUR
i«t Excnrsious—OrgauJzed and conducted
by the Southern Pacific Company, via the
Sunset Route, New Orleans Birmingham, Chat
tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York,
Philadelphia aud intermediates.
Through eervi' c of Pudman Tourist Sleepers.
Parties personally conducted by a Southern
Pacific employe.
Sleepers havo improved heaters for light
cooking and tea and cuffoe.
Adjustable lauch taolea in every section.
12 hours lv New Orleans for sight-seeing.
Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th and 31st; Nov,
14th and 28th; Dec. 13th. 1889j Jan 3d, 17th
and 31st; Feb. 14th and 28th: March 14thand
28th; April 11th and 25tb, 18')0.
Tor further information apply to any Agent
Southern Paoiflc Co , or to the General r'as
senger Office, 202 N. Main St., Los Angeles,
Cal. fl. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J. M.
CRAWLEY, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T. H.
GOODMAN, G. P. A T. A.; B. GRAY, Gen'l
Traffic M*,r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr.
d! 5 4m
EXCi'RmONS VIA SOUTHEBN ROUTE TO
a 1 points East Through tourist sleepers.
Tuursday, January 9th aud 23d For par
ticulars, call on or address C. E KIBBEY,
agent. 30 South 3pring st., Los Angeles. d3l lm
OCX ISL .ND EXCURSIONS EVERY
Tuesday. 44 H. Spring street ja2 tf
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS ABE PEKSON
aIIy conducted in Pullman tourist cars
through to New York and Boston. Office, 44 N.
Spring st. d 27 tf
ALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS PER-
Ronally conducted to all points East with
ont change. 19 N Spring st. d 25 tf
ABM I K4I)TS.
INBURANCE COM
pany of Los Augeles, N. W. oor. Franklin
and New High streets. d!7-llm
miTE SECURiTY TIT..T INSURANCE ASD
A Abstract Co. of So. Cat ,40 N. Rnring
I St., rooma 4, 5 and 6. nl7-tf I
THURSDAY MORNING, JANUAKY 9. 1890.
PHYSICIANS.
CHAS. W.
women a spociftlty. ii% 8. Spring at.,
Rooms 2 ana 3. Telepb ne, office. 798: rea
ldenoe, 798. Dll tf
DR. ELIZABETH FOLLANBBEE, HAS RE
turned irom the East. Office and residence,
240 8. Fort st. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m.
to 2:30 p. m. d24-tl
DR. FRED R. FROST, 17 N. MAIN ST.,
Loa Angeler. Specialty: Diseases of the
Nose, Throat and Cheat. Office hours, 10 to 12,
2 to 5, 7to 8. Tel: Office, 96; resicence, 96.
Rosidocce, 1419 Temple st. dl 7
I.R. LEONIDA OLIVIERI, PHYSICIAN AND
U 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. C. P. S.
•O. Specialist In diseases of the head,
throat and ohest, Including the eye, ear and
heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen,
monoxide, and other medicated luhalationa,
used in all diseases of the respiratory organß.
Office, 37 South Fort street, from 9 a. m. to
4 v. m. ]3
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN ST
Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m ; 4 tn 6 and
v to 9 p m. 4f d 26 tf
DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIST
Offioe 25 North Main Bt, Offioe Hours 9 a
m. to 4 r.M j Uf-d&y
/J. W . BURLEIGH, M. D., 121 S. SPRING ST.
UT. Specialties, diseases of women (medical
and surgical). Chronic diseases of stomach
and bowels. j3tf
R. H.-ARENSBERG. FROM THE UNIVER
sIty of Berlin, treata 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
DR. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF
women a specialty: rectal diseases
treated" by the Brinkerhoff Painless System;
office corner Main and Seventh sts., Robarts
block. dl6-tf
rtR. WEST HUGHES, FORMER iiESIDJSNT
It Surgeon to the Now York Hospital. 76 N.
Spring Ht, Hours, 9to 12, 2to 5. Tel. No. 1,026.
d'24tf
DR. C. 3. CLACIUB HAS REMOVED HIS
office from 75 N. Spring to 41. S Spring at,
Hours from 11 a. m. to 2p. tt. Specialty—Sex
nal and akin diseases, ohronie diseases lv gen
eral, d 24tJ
R. CHAS.~DK SZIGETHY. OFFICE AND
residence, 313 8. Main at. Tola. 1,050 tf
Tf A. DE CAILHOL, M. D.—AT HIS BANI
XX, tarium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone
891. jl -tf
/ blcich POST, NO, looV gTaT r7— meets
IT flrsr, and Third Fridays of each month In
Camphell'a Hall. Fast Los Angelea.
HOIfLEOPATHISTS.
[/I A. CLARKE. M. D. OFFICE: 24 SOUTH
Hi, Spring at. Residence: 444 S. Hope st.,
second door north of Sixth. Telephone 358.
dip lm
MRS. H. TYLER WILCOX, M. D„ CORNER
First and Bpring st., Wilson block d-8-tf
B.BALISBURY, M. D„ HOMUCOFATHIBT.
O. Offioe, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build
ing, cor. First and Spring Bt.. Realdenoe, 538
S. Pearl at. Office hour?, 11 a.m. to S p.m.
Telephone Noa.: Office 597; realdenoe 677.
d24tf
DRB. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring st., Loa Angelea, Cal. Offioe hours.
8 to 12 m., 1 to 4 aud 6 to 8 p. x. Dr, Boynton's
residence. 735 Olive at. dl9tf
TBAAC FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMEOPATHIC
I Offioe Hours—ll to 13 A. v., 2to 6 p. *.
Office—Noa. 2 and 6 Odd Fellows' Bmlldlng,
Loa Angelea, Oal, Realdenoe 408 Somth Malt
street- d''-».f,
(IENTISTSi
moTHTjß^rT^E^^
JL rooms 2, 6 aud 7. Hours, 8 to 5
Gold filling, fms2 up. I Porcelain crowns, $5.
Hilver or amalgam. $1 Gold crown,*s and up.
elates, from $4 to $10. I Extracting, SOc ; with
gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty d2O-tf
R. J. M. WHITE, "
DR. E. L. TOWNSEND,
—Dentists, —
41 South Spring Btreet.
First building north of Bryson-Bonebrake block.
Telephone 138. dl 9 lm
RG. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED
. to No. 31 N. Spring st., rooma 1 and 2
Pnillips block. Lob Angeles, Cal. dlstf
1882 ESTABLISHED 188 i
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRMT
sts,, Wilson block; take elevator; Room
36: tooth filled without pain: anajsthetio per
fectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done aud
teeth extracted positively without pain. j4 tf
A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING
Tl street, Rooms 4 and 5,
Gold nlling* from $2 up. Amalgam aud silver
fillings, 91. PalnleßS extraction of teeth by
vitalised air o- nitrons oxide gas, $1. Toeih
extracted without gas or alr„so cents.
Best seta of teeth from $6 to $10. By our new
method of making teeth, a misfit la impossible.
AH work guaranteed,
We make a apeclalty ot extracting truth with
out pain.
Office Hours from 3 a.m.. to 6 p.m. Sundays
from 10 a. m. «o 12 m, Eveninge, 7p.m. to 9
p. m.
EDUCATIONAL.
mmTToTToTriiir^
t Italian languages. PROVES sORRICHARI)
WEILER, Ph D. M A., graduate of Paris and
Goettiugen Universities; 711)4 Temple Bt.,
near Pearl; refers to Professor Loeb, Bryson-
Bonebrake block. d 4 th, bU-lf
UT. HILDA'S HALL, GLENDALE—A FIRBT
•3 class achool for girls; now is a good time to
enter your daughter. ja3tf
ACADEMY Oif IMMACULATE HEART, PICO
Heights—Conducted by the Sisters of Im
maculate Heart. The scholastic year com
prises t wo sessions or five months each. 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 commences from the date
of entrance. For further particulars apply on
the premises, or at the Cathedral school, Los
tngeles st. Tho above house is the no itlateof
the order. j .1 6m
PURE FRENCH TAUGHT BY PROFESSOR
from Paris Address P. O. Box 1817.
d39-lm*
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT — INSTRUCTION
of various methods of keeping accounts at
your own home or place of business; adjust
ment of deranged acoounts a specialty ; charges
moderate; city references Cad or address No.
L3IH East Fourth street, C. SATER. d 29 lm*
QPANISH AND ITALIAN BY SIGNOR
O d'Arceis, late of Brown University. Apply
to PROF. KIJI NKR, 449 8. Spring st. d2B lm,
THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES, AT
Ramona, Cal., will opeu a Boarding and Be
iect Day Scuool on the 2d of January. The
site of their Institution Is unequalcd: the
■ ours-of ins-ruction is of the highest grade.
For terms address SR. SUPERIOR, Convent
Hill, Ramona. Cal. j dec2s-tf
lOSI OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
J English Training School, 38,40 and 42 8.
Main at Experienced teachers; complete
courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin.
d 22 tf
MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Singing, Piano and Guitar. Special rates
to beginners. 337 Olive, near Fifth. d! 5 tf
VJCHOOLOF CIVIL. MINING, MECHANICAL,
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IST,
J, treatß the eye and ear exclusively, 39J* N.
spring st. Hours 10 o. m. to 4p. m. and 7 to
8 p.m. dls 5m
ELLEVUE LYING-IN HOSPITAL" IS NOW
opeu, under the management of Mrs. Dr. J.
ti. Smith Patients can have their choice of
physicians, and the best of care ia given. Mjd
wifery q specialty. 145 Bellevue aye. d2B tf
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11BAND OPEBA HOUSE.
J Leasee and Manager.
B. 8. Doooiab, Associate Manager.
One Week commencing January 13.
America's Greatest Novelty! M n T*»vitfa
magnificent production of Fraser A off Vs
Spectacular Pantomlmique Burleßqee,
SPIBBK AND n'ii'i' ■
Illustrated by a grand company of
50 — AHTIBTS 1 — 50
Dazzling Costumesl Enchanting Mu6tcl
Matchless Ballets! Beautiful Marches!
Gorgeous Scenic Eff.ctsl
Bring the children to se** the antics of the
good Spider and the evils of the wicked Fly.
An entertainment embracing everything
that is popular—Comedy, Munic, Burlefque.
Pantomime, Opera and Specialty. jaB
L6B ANGELHS THEATER.
McLain & Lehman, Lessees and Managers.
ONE WEEK commencing ONE WEEK
January 6th. MON D AY January 6th.
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON.
J. W. Hill's Unijn Square Theater Company
in
: A i'osniiiij-: vase.
Au Amusing Comedy by Sydney Bosenfeld.
18—First-class Artists in the Cast—lB
A Brilliant So'c ety Play. A Melange of Fnn,
Fact and Fancy. Original Company
Costumes and Scenery.
Seats on sale at the box office. jal
ILLINOIS HALL,
Fort and Sixth Btreets.
MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 13,
X X
nit/Km\i h>r»
INTER.S l ATtt CONVENTION!
X X
By the Young Woman's Christian Temper
anoo Union (in costume.)
Grand March, Mnsic, Elocution, Hongp, Dia
logues, Speeches, Local Hits, Etc., Eta.
Au evening of rare enjoyment. Illinois Social
every Friday evening.
HENRY GEORGE—JANU IRY 31.
■yyiNTER RACING.
Agricultural Park, 1889.
TODAY!
TOD A X !
TODAY!
BACEB CALLED AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.
First Bace-l i-ie mile Daalt.
Bose Mead, Atalanta, Gladiator, Nacho B,
Welcome, Jno. Treat. Fanny F.
Second mile Dasn.
t'ossible Case, Handicap, Special Purse.)
Four Aces, Dan Murphy, Gladiator, Winona,
rotilßaM, Forester. Ed. McUinuis.J
Third Bace—Jg-rntle Heats.
Reno, Winona, Nacho B, Othello, Tom Daly,
Oro, Jack Brady,
PA!:IS MUTUALB—TICKETS, $2.00.
CVSpeclal attention paid to the comfort
of Ladies and Children.
£«VMeeting to run Jan. 10, 11, 14.
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DL. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COCK
. selor at law, 117 New High street, rooms
7 aud 8, University Bank building, Los Angeles,
California. j*7-tf
I~BIDORE B. DOCKWEILER. ATTORNEY AT-
Ihw, rooms 10 and 11, Bryson-Bonebrake
Block. 017 lm
MAT I HEW T. ALLEN; ATTORNEY, OF
rlces, 26 anil 27 Bryson-Bonebrake block.
F. HEATH MAN, ATTOBNEY~ AT LAW.
. Booms 21 and 18 Bryson-Bonebrake
block _ dl7tf
Gxorob H. Smith. Thomab L. Winder.
Henry M. Svith.
SMITH, WINDER A SMITH, ATTORNEYS
at-Law, will practice in all the State and
Federal Courts. Offices: Booms 1, 2, 3 and 4,
University Bank building, 117 New High Et.,
Los Angeles. Cal. Telephone, No. 583 dl4tf
FOB Bfj^T—ol'FltiES.
FOR KENT—FriONT R >OMS FOR OFFICEB
in Newell block, cor. Main and Second sts ,
prices reasonable d24tf
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
tho Directors of the Los Angeles Cou ty
Bank, held January 7th, 1890, a seml-anDual
dividend of six (6) dollars per share on the cap
ital (took was declared, payable immediately.
jaB-7t GEO H STEWART, Secretary.
DIVIDEND NO. 11 OF THE LOS ANGELES
savings Bank for lie six months ending
1 December 31. 1889, Is now due and payable at
the r te of 5 per cent, p t annum on Term
Deposits and 3 par cent, per annum on Ordin
ary Deposits.
Los Angeles, January 2, 1890. ja3 7t
IVIDENO NOTiTe-DIVIDEND NO. BEV
enti -two (72) for the quart .r ending Dec
31st, 1889, at Ihe rate of sixteen (16) per cent,
per annum, npon the capital stock of the Far
mers A Merchants Bank of Los Ange'es, Oal.,
has been declared by the Board ol Directors,
payable on and a'ter Friday, Jan. 10th, 1890.
Signed, H. J. FLEISHMAN, Secretary, Farmers
A Merchauts Bank of Los Angeles, Oal.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 6. 1890. ja7 lm
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Dressmaking, most heartily recommends Mrs.
H.A Brown's scientific rules of Dress Cutting
to all ladies, and Dressmakers in particular.
They are bo simple that nil can readily acquire
a perfect knowledge of the art of cutting,
fitting and putting work together. Instruc
tlons given uuti i January Ist at reduced prices.
Hours, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m . and Wednesday
evenings. Information cheerfully given. Call
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Prices reasonable. B»M*fsetio» guar
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ON THE STREETS.
Gossip About the Several
Railroads.
CLAIMS OF CAPTAIN PABCELLS.
His Suit A sains t tbe City —Other
Items of an Interesting;
Nature.
Freight bnsineas is very lively just at
present on all of the transcontinental
lines running into this city. The recent
blockade has at last been entirely raised
and trains are beginning to come in from
all directions and to depart as fast as
they can be reloaded and dispatched.
The shipments of oranges are as yet not
very large. The season will not really
begin until the Ist of February. A few
eara have been sent North from River
side to supply the needs of the alleged
"Northern Citrus Belt." None have been
sent East as yet. The Santa Fe lias
about 150 carloads of freight etill lying at
Barstow, which they are shipping into
this city as rapidly as it can be sent over
tbe line.
Passenger business between this city
and the North etill continues large, as
there are many people who have put off
intended trips until the track should be
in better condition and there should be
less risk of delay through rains. Tourist
travel from the East is light. A small
Warner excursion got in from the East
on the Santa Fe Tuesday night. It was
made up of the following people:
For Los Angeles—James McElroy,
Dan ton Aver, May Le Van, Frank
Hentry, A. H entry, Flora Hentry,
Charles H. GriersoD, A. A. Burrows,
Eliza Scott, Leslie Riggin, Eugene
Riegin.
For San Francisco—E. E. Odion, J. J.
Parnoely, J. B. Phillips, Mrs. J. B.
Phillips, T. S. Kirby, M. F. Stiles, James
Kelley.
For Santa Barbara—Mrs. Stewart.
For San Diego—Patrick Lechure, F.
M. Oliver, Mrs. I. M. Colourn, J. B.
Harris, Mrs. Dalglish, Alexander
Dalgliih.
For San Bernardino—E. B. Evans,
Mrs. E. B, Evans, — Evans, R. M.
McKin.
A Phillips excursion went East yester
day in charge of J. A. Crosby. A
Walters excursion of one car alao left
the city for the East.
The Santa Ana line of the Southern
Pacific opened yesterday and trains will
run regularly hereafter. The other
branches of the Southern Pacific are all
right, and the trains are all running,
except that those from the North get in
an hour or two late. A dispatch iv yes
terday's Herald, from San Francisco,
stated that it wbb the intention of the
company to build an entirely new line
through the Soledad canon, locating it
higher up on the side of the hills out of
the reach of the stream which flows
through the pass. This will do away
with the necessity of building so many
iron bridges.
Tbe rumor that the Southern Pacific
is going to make a vigorous effort to head
off the Union Pacific from building
into this city does not appear
to be credited by the best
authorities on railway matters. It
is claimed that it would be in many
ways to the advantage of the Southern
Pacific to have the Pioche connection put
in—that it would mean cheap coal and
would increase the freight business of
the Southern Pacific to the Southeast.
It has been stated from several good
sources thst a contract has been entered
into in advance between the Union and
Southern Pacific for the supply of coal at
this point to the latter road. A promi
nent Southern Pacific official is authority
for the statement that fuel constitutes
one-eleventh of the running expenses of
the road. At present the road uses coal
from Australia. It has been estimated
that with, tho connection established be
tween Pioche and this city coal could be
brought here for about one-half its pres
ent cost. It is not improbable that this
consideration may outweigh the fact that
the complntion of the road will give the
Southern Pacific a new transcontinental
rival.
I» is reported through the dispatches
that Mr. Mellon cannot be present at the
conference at San Francisco owing to his
serious illness. It is not necessary to
suppose that the conference must be
about the matter of the extension of the
Union Pacific, as there are numerous
traffic matters which may be under con
sideration.
CAPTAIN PARCELLS' CLAIMS.
Re Sues the Cltr for Salary aa Tax
Vol>ector.
Captain C. S. Parcells was the very
efficient City Tax Collector for the term
ending in December, 1886. Daring his
term of office the Council reduced his
salary very materially. Mr. Parcells
has brought suit to recover the amount
of salary due him, making his claim for
the difference between what he received
under the reduction ordered by the
Council and what it would have been
had no such change been made. The
case was tried yesterday before Judge
Wade, John Roberts appearing for the
plaintiff and Charlie McFarland for the
city. It will be submitted on briefa, five
days to each side to file. The Court
stated that there were two points to be
covered. One is, had the Council the
right to reduce the salary during the
term for which Mr. Parcells was elected;
and if it did not have that ri_ht, then is
Mr. Parcells barred in bis suit by the
statute of limitations. Mr. Parcells act
ually held office and dre*w salary up to
the end of December, 1886. The City
Attorney raises the point that his succes
sor qualified about the middle of that
month, and if that was the end of Mr.
Parcells' term, part of his claim would
be outlawed. He was the de facto
official, and drew salary as such, which
will no doubt bring him within tbe
limits of the law. His claim amounts to
$4,200.
The Mines Beady for Operation.
Colonel Masac wab in great glee yes
terday on the receipt of a letter from
Ban Diego, written by the Secretary of
the mines in Lower California. The
contents of the letter were to the effect
that the Chinese foreman at the mines
had just arrived in San Diego and stated
that the fl'ime was all complete and
FIVE CENTS
everything in apple-pie order to begin
work as soon as tbe sluice-boxes arrive.
These were to be shipped last night from
San Diego. Work will begin as soon aa
tbey reach the mines. The Chinaman
brought up a teaepoonfal of gold washed
from four pans of dirt. Colonel Masac
will go down next week to start things
off with a rush.
IK ONE BOUND.
A Square Knock-Down, and Turn
a J»rag>Out.
When Greek meets Greek—
The adage is Hellenic—
So Charlie met 'Gene
And railed his soleen,
With results that were
Quite scenic.
The Union League ia tbe spot of all
spots where Republican politics of the
most simon pure grade do flourish. The
party of all decency, all intelligence, all
morality, etc., etc., etc., congregate there
in dozens, scores and hundreds. It is s
love-feast, a symposium, and a little
heaven on earth all rolled into one. A
scene characteristic of all these qualities
was on the tapis there on Tuesday night.
Charlie Rut an, the shorthand reporter,
is one of the leading Republicans of the
county, with a pull that makes his
manly form and handsome features the
cynosure of all eyes political. It
is said that Charlie actually dictates who
shall do all the shorthand reporting in
tho county, and no man dare say him
nay. That is a pull such as would ex
tract, not only molar teeth, but pine
stumps.
Charlie is usually at the Union League
Club rooms whenever the Barmecidal
feast of political morals is on the boards.
He was there Tuesday night, when such
a symposium was the order of the day.
Eugene Maxwell, of Colonel Morford'o
office, was there too. At least, Charlie
found Eugene all there. The court re
porter wished to have a friendly game at
billiards with the Deputy Street Superin
tendent, and developed this desire in his
usually polite manner. The man
who looks after the street sweepers
was too slow to respond, whereupon the
King of the shorthand reporters Bpoke in
terms not according to his usually bland
and winning phrases. In fact Charlie
applied to Eugene termß extremely
offensive, which aroused the latent
wrath of the Street Superintendent, and
he proceeded to wipe up the club room
floors with the tailor made suit that sat
so jauntily on the reporter. Charlie is a
good deal of a man from the standpoint
of a pugilist, and the fact that Maxwell
knocked him clean off his pins is a
feather in the cap of the Street Depart
ment. But when gentlemen meet
compliments will still be the order of
the day.
THE MERRY WAR.
After Oreen'e Political Scalp Before
tbe Official Hu.tr Ciruwa.
When the question of Civil Service
reform, according to the gospel of Ben
jamin arose in this city, and the tenets
of the doctrine were to be put in prac
tice by the '"firing" of Postmaster
Preusß, a year and a half before the end
of hia term, a vigorous war was carried
on i" the Republican party to prevent
Colonel J. W. Green from succeeding to
the place about to be vacated. But John
proved too much for the machinations of
the enemy and got the backicg of the
delegation. His name w*e sent to the
President the very night that Benjamin
returned from his duck shoot down the
Potomac. Then John thought he was
all right, but there is many a Blip
twixt the official cup that holdß
the pap, and the lio of the
hungry office seeker. The name
of John has not been sent to the Senate.
Why not? It is evident that there is a
malign influence Btill near ttie Presiden
tial ear. Its well spring is here in Lob
Angeles and in the home of Green's own
party affiliations. Yesterday there was
circulated for signatures a circular in
which Green is arraigned in the most
unscrupulous manner, regardless of the
facts of the case and of all the canons of
decency. A smart tramp, starved out of
San Diego because of short grass, was
caught on the street and entrusted with
the delightful task of obtaining signa
tures to tne document. He was told to
go to one Skinner, in a paint store on
Los Angeles street, who would pay him
$20 a week for hia efforts to down John
Green. In the days of the early Christ
ian church the heathen used to
say in admiration, "How these
Christians love one another." They
had never seen a genuine Republican
love feast or they would have saved
their admiration for the excess of broth
erly affection shown by these modern
dieciplea of Benjamin and Q lay when a
fat office is the object in view.
The circular says Green lacks the con
fidence of the public. That looks like a
most flagrant economizing of the truth,
in view of the fact that the Rapublican
Times shed an ocean of tears over Green
when he lost the postofflce, because of
hia zeal in trying to get Yilaa to grant
him postal facilities for the Angelic City.
It looks so too in view of the fact that
Green is backed by the California delega
tion in Congress,by the whole press of Lot*
Angeles with the single exception of the
paper loudest in his praise twoyeara ago.
The Herald of course ia of the opinion
that the poatoffioe ia now in excellen'
hands, and that Preusa would be allowed
to serve out hia term if there w <s a spark
of anything better than hypocrisy in the
aoul of Benjamin. But if Preusa mast
walk the plank, the Herald, to be popu
lar here, ia bound to say: " The King is
dead! Long live the King!" and to add,
''and may his name be John!"
.In tan Bobenrieth.
The Gaulois pays the following tribute
to the late John Bobenrieth, whose
funeral took plr.ee last Sunday under the
auspices of the French Mutual Benevo
lent Society, of which he was a member.
"Mr. Bobenrieth, who3e death was
caused suddenly by a second attack of
apoplexy, was one of tbe oldest citizen*
of Lou Angeles. Before coming here he
resided for a number of years in San
Francisco, where he was one of the orig
inal members of the French Benevolent
Society of that city. A man of true
heart, and of the highest integrity, be
has always taken an active part in every
movement in the interest of the French
colony."
Mr. Bobenrieth had a very large circle
of acquaintances amongst the Americans,
and was highly etteemed by them for
hia many excellent qualities and his
sterling integrity as a business man. He
leaves an estate of between $40,000 and
$60,000, and, being a bachelor, It will go
to hia nephew, John Schmidt, who re-
Bides in Philadelphia.

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