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VOL,. XXXIII.—INO. iOO AMUBErtIENTS. JJAZ IBD'S PAVILION, LOB ANGELES. Friday and Satnrday Evenings and Saturday Matinee, FEB'Y 7th AND §th. Grand Mian Opera Co., Under the direction of HENRY E. ABBEY & MAURICE GRAU SOPRANOS AND CONTRALTOS,' Mme. Adelina Patti! Mme. Emma Albani! MLLE. LIILIAN NOBDICA, MME. GIULIA VALDA. MLLE. GUERRJNA FABBRI AND MLLE. HORTENBE BYNNERBERG; MLLE. MATHILDE B AUERM KUTEIt, MLLE. PETTIGIsNO, MLLE. ATTALIE CLAIRE. TENORS. SIG. FRANCESCO TAMAGNO! j BIG. LUIGI RAVELLI, SIG. ENRICO VICCINI, | GIOVANNI PERRUGINI, BIG ROBERTO j VANNI AND SIG. BIELETTO. I 1 BARITONES, t SIG. GUI99EPE DEL PUENTE, SIG. ARTURO * MAREBOALCHI, SIG. NAPOLEON ZAR- 1 DO, SIG. AGO3TINO CAOBONE, I BASSOS. c I BIG. ETTORE MARCAB3A, SIG. FRANCO ( NOVARA. BIG. ARMANDO CASTLE- » MARY, BIG. FRIMINO MIGLIARA A. DE VA3CHETTI. CHORUS OF 60! ; ORCHESTRA OF 50! 1 24 DANSEUBES! MILITARY BAND OF 30! 1 MU3ICAL DIRECTORS. Sig\ Luigi Arditi and Sig. Romualdo ', £apio. 1 PREMIER BALLERINA. MLLE. MARIE AG HERA. ( In all tha performances of the series one of : the three leading celebrities will appear: MME. ADELINA PATH! MME. ALBANI! —OB— SIGNOR TAMAGNO! THE REPERTOIRE Will be selected from the following Operas: LA TBAVIATA—Verdi. IL BARBIBRE DI SEVIGLIA-Rossini. FAUST—Gonnod. IL TROVATORE—Verdi. SEMIRAMIDE—Rossini. RIG OLETTO-Verdi. AID A-Verdi. PRIOES FOR SEASON TICKETS. Three performances—Two evenings and one matinee. Parquette $18 00 Firßt three rows side balcony 18 00 Oenter balcony 18 00 Two back rows balcony 15 00 Sale of season tickets will b-jgin at Say's Music Store, No. 8 North Spring street, on Tuesday, January 21, at 9 a. m., and continue nntil January 25.at noon,under the direction Of EDWIN F. GILLETT, Ticket Agent. Steinway & Sons', New York, celebrated Pianos nsed. Hofstatter & Bonaventura, of Trieste, Aus tria, cost timers. MARCUS R. MAYER, ja!7 9t Acting Manager, LOS ANGELES THEATER. McLain & Lehman, Lessees and Managers. Fonr Nights, commencing THURSDAY JANUARY 23d, Tbe Postage Stamp Company! Presenting their Successful New Comedy, o o A SOCIAL SESSION! o » One of the funniest farce-comedies ever writ ten. Replete with new songs, dances and specialties; augmented by the Famous Black Hvssab Band! —AND— Magnificent Star Obchestbal Band Parade from the Hotel Nadeau on Thursday, at 12 o'clook sharp. Concert ln front of Theater from 7:00 to 7:30 each evening, - Beats now on sale. ]a! 9 td VIENNA BUFFET, Cob. Main and Beqoena Sts. F. KERKOW, PBOPaIXTOR. Reflrnd MnstCßl Entertainment every night, from 7:30 until 12 o'clock, a dmission free. Charge of Piogrammo nightly. Change of theatrical troupe weekly. Tha only original Austrian-Hungarian Kitchen. Open all day and night Popular prlcea, and polite and at tentiv« service guaranteed. d' 26 tf A.UI'SEMENTS. IX H, C. Wya.it, Lessee and, Manager. B. 8. Douolass, Associate Manager. THB U tt EMmA JUCH English Opera Season I U * it The management takes great pleasure in at nouneing that the KM MA JUCH ENGLISH OPIiHA COMPANY will positively give four grand performances on Wednesday, Tbursday and Friday Evenings and Friday Afternoon, January 29th, 30th and 31st, 1890. The st'ength of the list of principal singers and artistic arrangements will be seen from the following announcements: sopranos: EMMA JUCH, Georgine yon Januschowsky, Susie Leonhardt, Carrie Freebert. oontbaltos: Lizzie Maciichol, Fanny Gonzales, Carrie Morse. tenors: Charles Hedrnondt. Charles Turner, Frank I'ieri, Elvin Singer. . baritones: i Giovanni Tagllapietra, William Lee, William Bott. bassos: Franz Vetta, T. S Guise, E. N. Knight. GRAND OBCHEBTRA OF 32 SELECTED j INSTRUMENTALISTS! GRAND CHORUS OF 50 TRAINED VOICES! Musical Director . ADOLF NEUENDORFF : Stage Director EMIL Hahn repertoire: Wednesday Evening FAUST ' MISS JUCH as Marguerite. Thursday Evening WILLIAM TELL MIBB JUCH as Jemmy (Toll's son). Friday Evening CARMEN j MISS JUCH as Carmen, I Friday Afternoon THE FRIKSCHUTZ ; With novel and startling mvchanical effects. MISS YON JANUStJHOWSKY as Agnes. i PRICES TO SUIT BVKRY ONE. Dress Circle, first four rows and orchestra, reserved $2 00 j Balance Dress Circle, reserved., 150 g General Admission 100 1 Balcony, reserved 1 00 s Balcony Admission 50 Loges : 10 00 - Boxes $10 00 aud 15 00 j To accommodate tbe public and those living c at a distance, the sale of tickets will begin at 1 the box office Tuesday, January 21st, at * 10 a.m. The oelebrated Steinway piano used by the ] Emma Jnch Grand English Opera Company. g NOTE—The management, having the utmost i confidence in the Los Angeles public, desires to j announce that no subscription is asked. The , Opera Company will actually appear as above J announced. ,>RAND OPERA HOUSE. ■ T H. C. Wyatt, and Manager. ; R. S. Douolas, Associate Manager. One Week, beginning MONDAY JANUARY 20th. Matinee Saturday. - MR. ROLAND REEDI In D. D. Lloyd's Eccentric Comedy. « M THE WOMAN HAXEK! « ■• - M - As played 100 nights in New York. J REED as the BIGAMI3TI „ REED as the TRIGAMIBTI r The greatest comedy success in years. Intro- J duclng Sydney Rosen fold's great topical - paiody, "it Was a Dream," and other n«w musical numbers. la!s LOS ANGELAS THEATER. I McLain A Lehman, Lessees and Managers. T 4 NIGHTS 4 ] Only, commencing t, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 189 0. « Eighth Season ol tbe Greatest of all 8 accesses, - oo J A HUNCH OE KEYS! j t Or, Tne Hotel! : _ o o i By CharlesH. Hoyt.authorcf "The Rag Baby," J "A Tin Soldier," "Hole in tbe Ground," E ' Midnight Bt It," etc. Now and elaborate scenery direct from tbe Broadway Theater, New York Oity. New festures, rew songs, new men'eys, new dances A company of comedians and beautiful girls. , Prices as usual. Reserved seat sale com- , mences at 10 o'clock Thursday morning, at „ Theater Box Office. ja!s td j ILLINOIS HALL, J Fort and Sixth Btreets. ; JANUARY 24TH AND 25TH, ) The world-famed t XX JUBILEE BINC E R S I X X j From Flsk University, Nashville, Term., ' IN TWO GRAND CONCERTS! Ticket", 50 cents, inclnding reserved seats,for sale at Bartlett's music store and at the Hall. 1 Illinois Social next Thursday evening. HENRY GEORGE—JANU \RY 31. WANTB, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD- '. vertisements under the following heads in icrted at the rate of 5 cents per me lor each insertion, or fl a line per month. " PERSONAL. J . Bookstore, 114 W. Second st ; sheet music, 10 cents. Jal4 lm nALL ON R. 8. OOX, AT NO. 39 8. FORT | \ / St, and examine the best Illuminator, Heater and Cooker ln the world. jalO tf O HOUSEKEEPER!)-14 LBS. GKAN nlnted or IS lbß. brown sugar, $1; 4 lbs. i-lce, 25c, 9 lbs. white beans. 25c; starch, 4 packages, 25c; can gasoline, 95c; coal oil, 950; A r buckle coffee, 250; Germea, 20c; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; new pickles, 10c quart; good black or Japan tea. 3bc; sack fl jur, $1.25: 11.cans frnlt, ill 0 lbs raisins or peaches, 25c; 3 lbs prunes, 25c; 40 bars soap, $1; bacon, 12o; hams, 13o; rork, 11c. KCONOMIC GROCERY, 409-411 8. Spring st. ja3 lm HOMAS KELLEY, CARRIAGE TRIMMER; fine work a specialty; repairing neatly and promptly done. Cor. Los Angeles and Arcadia sts., at Calkins' Carriage Company. d29lm MRS. PARKER, BUSINESS MEDIUM AND clairvoyant, 224 B. Spring st, d2stf DIVORCE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office. 24 West First-st.. rooms 10 and 11. d29-tf PERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY body. How to make and save money. Read the classified advertisements in the Herald daily. A few cents spent in an ad vertisement may make thousands of dollars for you. Yon may procure a situation; sell your house and lot; rent your vacant property; buy a paying business or sell to advantage; loan your idle money or borrow oheaper than from agents, and ln a thousand different ways nee those colnmns to advantage. Ou this page ad vertisements are ouly FIVE CENTS A LINE A DAY. < S >^SSnfcw LOS ANGELES DETEC jmHKPQbSk. tive Bureau will furnish reliable nnd expert detec- fives to private persons on %_jk\_\__mi i fluirt notice; we iuvest- igatc all classes of crime; locati 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 quired; terms reasonfMe. Address all com munications to THOB. MCCARTHY, Sy.pt., Room 38, WilM.n Block. lo lm_ , *V**'" , * !C JK!i; 7\ H. BROWN, ABCHITKOT.OBBIOB. BBY \J. son-Bouebrake blook, 3d floor, rooms 48 and 48. 1" tl MOJNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 20. 1890. EOST AND FOUND. LOBT-A DARK BROWN hind ieet, wntte around body. Finder re turn same to PHILADELPHIA BREWERY. j2O 3« _^^^SjPECIAA^^ MR. BERTRAM KNIGHTLEY, PRIVATE Secretary to Madame H. P. Binvatskey.wiU deliver a free lecture at Temperanoe hall, cor ner of Temple and Fort, Tuesday evening, January 21st, at 7:30 p m. Subject: 'The Theosophistlcal Society and Universal Broth erhood." All are oirdia'ly invited to attend. j!9 3» JP. WANVIG, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL , dealer in bay, grain, wood and coal 308 8. Main st.; telephone, 602. Yard, 242 S. Alameda St.; teieDhono, 993. All orders promptly attended to. jal4 tf DD. KAVANAUGH, PLUMBER AND GAB -• fitter, removed from 27 San Pedro street tn 212 W First, street. jqK-14t* BOOmS AND BOARD. THE Third st?., in the Schwarz blook, hss been renovated aud refurnished and win be opened as a first-class house on January 20th, by MRS. 8. B. BATTY, formerly of the Calderwood, in the Thorn hi ck. jnlS 3* WANTED—BLEEP. WANTED— LADIKB city or country wishing to earn $3 to $5 a day at ti eir own homes; no canvassing; work furnished and Bent by mail any di tance. Ad dress with stamp, Crystallised Photo Co., 112 W. Hth st,. Cincinnati, O. j2 eod-3m WANTED—AO EN TB. A GEN TBW AN TE oU'R~r!T(Thb£ ter steel door mats; exclusive territory given to men with capital. New York Bteel Mat. C 0.,234 Broartwiv. N.Y. jaKi gt FOX BENT. oTTlrenll'^c^ml^ restaurant: good locality. Will take rent ln board. Inquire at 508 Port sc., upstairs. j2l 2t FOR RENT--KOOill(i. oTfHßlcrTr^ijrm number of very desirable sunny rooms at the Laclede, 713 South Main street, for light housekeeping; streetcars pass the door every five minutes; rent reasonable. jl7 4t* IjVOR RENT—UNCURNiSHEU KOOMS. SUI V ! able for light housekeeping; Norton block, oorner StVenth aud Hill; finest locality in tho city; reaFonable rates. d 29 lm B'OR RENT — FURNISHED - AND UNFUR nisbed rooms in tbe Newell Building, East First St., near Vine; everything new and ele gant; on cable line. MRS. J. X WOODWARD, Proprietor. d2t lm FOR RENT—HOUSES. HERE YOU ARE—BBBT COTTAGE IN LOB Angeles; built by owner ior his own use; every modern improvement; only $25 per month; five minutes from corner of Templo and Spring. W. B. NISBET, 220 8 Main tt. ja!s tf POR RENT—HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, BATH, (furniture, first-class, new, for sale) a bar gain. See this, 56 Wilmington Bt. jail lm OR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY. C. A. SUMNER & CO., 78. Fort Bt. jlOtf I SOB RdNT—H iUSEsTsTORES. LONG 'HT Ito select from: free carriage, l OS ANGKLES CENTAL AGFN'CY 1 N Fort at.. d 25 tt FOR RENT—OEFIUEN. F'JR RENT —LAW OFFICES, FAMILY furnished; cheap; Bun exposure. Ap ly, SI Temple block. j*l9 3* ~RENT—FRONT ROOMS FOR OFFICES in Newell block, cor. Main and Second sts , prices reasonable d24tl WANTED— IUISCEEEAN »SOU». WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME AT Burns' Music Store. 152 B. Miln st. dltf FOta RALB-Country Property. liiOß BALE-20 ACRES IN THE CENTER 1 of Duarte: 5 room house; 10 acres in or ange, apricot, Freuch prune and other trees, mostly in full bearing: 17 shares of water. $7,000. RUDDY & BURNS, 34 North Spring stTp.-t. jas lm EflOR SALE-FINE «) »r,RIAGE HOR-ES, OR 1 will exchange for 1 its In block I, Howe Tract. Address Box 79. University P.O. jal6 OR BALE—PIGS. OOR SANTA FE AND Veruon avenue, or address J. W. HARRIS, box 409. city. d2f> 2m* FOR SALE—Miscellaneous. ! buggy; cost $250.00; price, $125.00; also two sets fine double harnets. PACIFIC LOAN CO., 32% 8. Spring st. jal2 tf FOR BALE —GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO; price. $125.C0. PACIFIC LOAN CO , 31% S. Spring st. }h!2 tf HARCAINB IN BE V E ESTATE. ing purchased at first prices can sell at low figures choicest located property, acreage and lots to suit, in the following places: Paßadeua, San Gabriel Alhambra, Ontario, Glendora, Claremont, San Fernando, Hesperla, Long Beach,Coronado Beach, South Pasadena; also, one of the most commanding residence sites in the city, 120x155 feet; center of town. Address box 1402 city. d2l lm* HC SI NESS CHANCES looking after. EWING <St ARNOLD, 516 Downey avenue. )17 7t* IjVOR BALE—A FIRST-CLASS MEAT MAB ■ ket, on account of Bickness. Apply corner of Alameda and First sts. d2l lm* HAVE ON HAND TWO FIRBT-CLAB-! good paying businesses; must Bell one as I cannot attend to both myself. Address P. O. box 11«2. cltv. j!5-tf SUUCA'I'IONAIi, term of this school begins January 22d. Increased accommodations give room for more pnpils in both boarding and day school depart ments. Jim 17 lmo (JT. HILDA'S HALL, GLENDALE—A FIRBT- O class school for girls; now is a good time to enter your daughter. ja3tf CADEMY Of IMMACULATE HEART, PICO Heights—Condncted 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 second on the Ist of February. Pupils are received at any time during the year. Their session commences from the date of entrance. For farther particulars apply on the premißes, or at the Cathedral school, Los Angeles st. The above house is the no •Urate of the order. jal 6m URE FRENCH TAUGHT BY PROFt*S3OR from Paris Address P. O. Box 1817. d29-lm* XPERT ACCOUNTANT — INSTRUCTION or various methods of keeping account at your own home or place of business; adjust ment of deranged acoounts a specialty; charges moderate; city references Call or address No. 131% East Fonrth street, C. SATER. d 29 lm* SPANISH AND ITALIAN BY BIGNOR d'Arcais, late of Brown University. Apply to PBOF. KUTNKR, 449 8. Bprlng st. d2B lm. THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES, AT Ramona, Cal., will open a Boarding and So led Day Sonool on the 2d of January. The site of their Institution 1b nnequaled; the • ours <of instruction is of the highest grade. For terms address BR. SUPERIOR, Convent Hill, Ramona, Cal, dec2s-tf LOB ANGELEB BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 B. Main at Experienced teachers; oomplete courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin. d22tf MRS, NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF Singing, Plbbo and Guitar. Special rates to beginners. 337 Olive, near Fifth. j!stf SCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL, Engineering, Surveying, Architecture, Drawing, Afsaylng. A. VAN DEB NAIL! KN, 723 Market st. Ban Francisco. dlo-sm_ WOODBURY'S BUBINESS COLLEGE —AND — SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 150 South Bprlng Btreet, Loa Angeles, Oal ■SESSIONS DAT AMD EVaNIKO. For partloulars, call at offloe or address. tSO-ly F. 0. WOODBURY, Principal. TO EXCUANCE. Kansas, Arkanßas, Missouri, Arizona prop wiles; also fruit, grain or stock ranches, in Santa Barbara, Ventura, Tulare, Sanßernar dlno, Los Angeles and Alameda counties; some Yrl™*-, " = d unincumbered. KURTZ A LIST, 18 Bouth Spring street. )a9 lm „ JiAAilJitSlioNgi. SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AH BAD OF ALL, competitors, both in time and distance to all points Bast. Special tourist excursions Ea»t every THURSDAY. For full information, apply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE WARNER, Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring j2tf WINTER TRAVEL-FORTNIGHTLY TOCR lst Exonrslons—Organized and condncted by the Sonthern Pacific Company, via the Sunset Route, New Orleans, Birmingham, Chat tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York, InLadelphia and intermediates. Through service of Pullman Tourist Sleepers. Parties personally conducted by a Southern Paciflo employe. Sleepers have Improved heaters for light cobking aud tea and cuffee. Adjustable lunch tables in every section. Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th aud 31st; Nov. 14th and 28th; Dec. 13th. 1889; Jan 3d, 17th aird3lst; Feb. 14th and 28th: Marchl4thand 28th; April 11th and 25tb, 1880. Por further information apply to any Agent Southern Pacific Co., or to the General Pas senger Office, S E. Cor. Spring and Second Sts., Los Angeles.Cal. C. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J. M. CRAWLEY, Asßt. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T. H. GOODMAN, G. P. & T. A.; R. GtvAY, Gen'l Traffic M k r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr. 315 4m ROOK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS VIA i Denver and Rio Grande R'y, "The Scenic Line of the World," leave Los Angeles every Tuesday via Salt Lake City and Denver. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, fully and elegantly equipped. Solid Vestibule trains between Denver, Kansas City, Council Bluffs and Chicago. Magnificent dining and free re clining chair cars. For rates snd sleeping reservations, call or address F. W. THOMPSON. Agent, 44 South Spring st. j )2 12m fIXCtIRSIONS VIA SOUTHERN ROUTE TO i si] points East Through tourist sleepers. Ttmrsday, Jan. 23, Feb (i and 20. For par ticulars, call on or addres-s C. E. KIBBEY, agent. 30 8. Spring st., Los Angeles. d3l lm PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS ARE PERBoN ally conducted in Pullman tourist cars through to New York and Boston. Office, 44 N. Spring st. d 27 tf WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER sonally conducted to all points East with out change. 19 N. Spring st. d2S tf r _ ri .., l .^ w^*'|^]^?.j, iA^.'„.., J . J^JJ ,.„ J , PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY iv 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 valne; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in warehonse; partial payments received, money withont delay; private offices for con sultation. WILSON & DkGROOT, Managers, Rooms 14 and 15. No. 32% South Spring Bt. MONBY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, sealskins, live stock, cardans, bicycles, mort gages, and all kinds of personal and collat eral security. 304 S. Spring. jlB-6m JOHN H. HISE, LATE OF THE U S. BUR veyor General's offioe of Arizona; Arizona and Mexico investments. 4 South Fort st, Los Angeles, Gal., Room 3. ja 14 lm* »1A /\/Wi TO LOAN—LOW INTEREST. viU.UUIy W. R BUKKE, 55 N. Spring. jail lm MONEY TO LOAN—IN LARGE OR SMALL a mounts on real estate secnrity, by POII. HaUB & •SMITH, No. 28 N. Springst., room 4. ja3 lm ONEY TO LCMN ON REAL ESTATE. L. SCHMIDT, 109 W. Ist St., room 13. j6 mo LOAN. *' .000 to 9100,000. Bonds, mortgages and dividend-paying stocks bought. At the Main-street Savings Bank and Trust Co. J. B. LANKERSHIM, President, j 13-tf 326 8. Main st. CRAWFORD A McCREERY, Room 10, over Los Angeleß National Bank, Oorner First and Spring streets. Loan $50 to $50,000 on oity and country prop erty; bny notes and mortgages; conservative first mortgages for sale. jl 2m AAA TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED npO"M/«UUU 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.— t Loans on good city or country property, jl tf ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—C. A. BUMNER A CO.. 7 8. Fort St. j 20-tf ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L. SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First Bt., Room 13. i* tf CIJW ■ f\fU \TO LOAN—A. J. VIELE, 38 JjIUU.UUU 8. Spring at., Room 4. d3otf MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER di HARRIS, attdrneys-at-law. 78 Temple block d22t,f OJXNTIsmi rooms 2, G and 7, Hours, 8 to 5 Gold filling, fm $2 up | Porcelain crowns, $5. silver or amalgam, $1. Gold crown,ss and up. Plates, from $4 to $10. I Extracting, 50c ; with gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty. j2O-tf B. J. M. WHITE, DB. X. L. TOWNSEND, —Dentists, — 41 South Spring Btreet. First building north of Bryson-Bonebrake block Telephone 138. jl9 tf B> G. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOV6, L> to No. 31 N. Spring st., rooms 1 and Pnllllps block, Los Angeles, Cal. jlstf 1882 ESTABLISHED 1882 DB. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRSI sts,, Wilson block; take elevator; Room 36; teeth rilled without pain; anaesthetic per fectly harmless; all kindsof dentistry done and teeth extracted positively withont pain. j4 tf I DAMB BROS., DENTISTS, 23 B. SPRING O. street, Rooms 4 and 5, Gold flllingß from $2 up. Amalgam andsUver fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalised air o- nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth extracted withont gas or a!r„so cents. Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By our new method of making teeth, a misfit is impossible. All work guaranteed. Wo make a speolalty of extracting teeth with ont pain. Offioe Honrs from 8 a.m., to 6 p.m. Sundays from 10 a. m. to IS m. Evenings, 7p.m. to 9 p. m. j^.Q *SSjjTRo ••!». ABBTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE OOM pany of Los Angeles, N. W. cor. Franklin and New High streets. }17-9 m THE SECURITY TITLE INSURANCE AND Abstract Co. of Ho. Cal., 40 N. Snriug st... ronm» 4. 5 and 6. j!7-tf NOTICES. UROTHERHOOD OF CaRPENiEKB AND D Joiners of America—Notice—Members of Union 56 are notified to attend regular meet ing at the Caledoudla Hall, 8. Spring St., Jan. '-3d. Important business to be brought fur ward. (Signed) ANDREW BUBHEY, Rec. Sec. jatP2» SPECIALISTS. P. HOY. M. D., OCULIBT AND AURIBT, li. treats the eye and ear exclusively, 39% N. Spring st. Hoars 10 a. m. to 4p. m. and 7 to Bp-m. Jl5 6m BELLEVUE LYING-IN HOSPITAL IB NOW open, under the management of Mrs. Dr. J. h . Smith Patients can have their choioe of physicians, and the best of care is given. Mld wlfery especially, 145 Bellevue aye. d2B tf AS. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN, . oor. Second and Los Angeles sts Electrical treatment, baths and massage. d3otf ~MRS. DR. WELLS, FIRST LADY LICENTIATE OF KENTUCKY Educated abroad Thirty years i a aud oil lzenof 'he United States. Many years of successful praotloe in this city. Uter ine and Rectal Diseases treated with skill oy new methods without knife or caustic, prompt relief in suppressed or paiifnl raenstm anon In Prolapsus, U oeratlon, Cingestion. W»l will convince Weak, nervous, debll women find a change at jnce. Life-size o( hnmaa system. Consultation free. 40S SOUTH FOBT STREET, . uatf THE PLAINS ACROSS. In the Good OU Days of Forty-Nine. THE GOLF HUNTER'S DIARY. Second Batek of J. M. Hixson's Notes Made in a Trip Across the Coatinent in '49. The Hbbald of last Monday contained the first installment of a diary made by J. M. Hixson, now of thia city, while crossing the continent in 1849. Follow ing ia the second chapter of the story. It begins on Thursday, May 3d, at Camp 3 on the Big Blue, half a mile above the crossing: After an early breakfast, we were on the road by 7 o'clock, traveling over a rolling prairie, the wind from the south east, with a light drizzling rain up to 10 o'clock, when it commenced to rain hard, making it necessary to get out gum blankets, gum capes, hat coverings, etc. The gum blanket was the great thing for the plains. The heavy lining of Canton flannel made it warm, and when the head waa stuck through the slit in the center it fitted snug to the shoulders, and came down over the legs when riding, and came nearer protecting one in every way than anything else. They were fine to spread the gum aide down on the wet ground when in camp. By noon it waa pouring down, so we went into camp early. In the afternoon it broke away for a while, and we amused ourselves by fishing and ahooting at a target. We had some good guns, carrying heavy balls. My brother from Kentucky had our father's target rifle. Many a quarter of beef and Christmas turkey had been added to the Hixson larder from tne shooting matches by that gun even be fore we came to Missouri in 1839. Dur ing father's stay in Miesouri he was cele brated for bringing down the deer, whether running or atandiDg, with that gun. All hia companions in a deer hunt carried double-barrel guns, one barrel rifle and one shot, or both barrels for shut, bnt father always stuck to hia _ old gun, and no other consideration would ever have induced him to part with that gun, than the one, tbat it might; be the means, in the handa of a good marksman, of sav ing n son from the Indians. Major Lane, who waa a professional Indian fighter, having lived for yeara in Texas long before Santa Ana waa driven out of there, had a good double-barrel shot gun. Paley Carpenter, who waa through the Mexican war, had a good gun, and aome others had guns of more or less renown. But I had the bosa gun of all. It was an old-time rifle, thirty-two balle to the pound, and the further one ia from the target the more certain to hit; bo if I had to bhoot at Indiana I tried to get aa far away aa possible before firing. On Friday, May 4th, at 0 o'clock a. m. we were still in camp, and it con tinued to rain, wll'a '.ha vriud Lorn' *he north. It was very cold. Our rubber tent waa so heavy that it broke down the pole and all we could do waa to wrap up in our blankets and lie in the wagona and listen to the beating rain and the mourning mules. The poor creatures had to take the storm and there was but little grass, and that bo tender that it did them but little good. Aa we could made no fire all we had to eat was aome pinole stirred in cold water. Pinole is parched corn, gronnd and mixed with sugar. It ia very nutritious, and no doubt in dry weather is very fine on a tramp, where one cannot carry camp equipage, but I must say it ia rather thin for this kind of weather. SATURDAY, MAY STH, CAMP HO. 4. We here re-encamped on a high ridge, without wood or water, save what came from above of the latter, which was still bountiful. We pulled out of Camp 3, at 0 o'clock, in hopes of finding grass for our mulea. We had a very bad road through the bottom. We struck the high prairie at the boundary line, which we crossed about 10 o'clock. We struck out on vaat plains, and truly it waa a plain aa far as the eye could see, with an occasional line of brush that indicated aome muddy stream in the distance. The land waa fairly good and I thought doubtless wonld be settled up aome day, but I felt pity for the man who had to live in thia beastly climate for it seemed to me much worse than in the timbered part of Clay county, Miaajuri. We traveled eighteen milea and finding aome graaa we camped without any wood to make fire, or water to drink. We had to content ouraelvea with a few crackers. Camp No. 5 we pitched on Sunday, May 6th. We were en camped on Bull creek, having traveled twenty milea over fearful muddy roads. We were in no very good humor, aa we had no coffee for breakfaat and but little of anything to eat during the day. We had a fair camping place, and we made good uae of the bountiful aupply of wood in making a big fire to dry our wet clothes and in cooking a good aupper. It had been our intention to go the Santa Fe route, but when we got to the Lone Tree and there was no one in sight, before or behind ua, we held a council and diacua?ed the matter, and there being but eight of ue we came to the conclusion that it might be better for ua to go with the crowd. We had been traveling acroaa the untrod prairie to strike, the main road for the past two daya, being thirty-five milea in the In dian country; and everything being desolate, and wolvea howling around, we thought it beat to camp early and reload our guns. It waa still raining at times. A TOTAL WRECK. An Old nan Dies of BrlnK and Ex. posure. Coroner Meredith waa summoned to El Monte yesterday to hold an inquest npon the body of au Indian named Jose Maria, about 70 years of age, who died at the Southern Pacific railway depot during the night from exposure, com bined with alcoholism. From the testi mony taken before the jury of inquisition ii was learned that A. L. Archibald, the station agent at El Monte, noticed the old Indian sitting on a bench on the depot platform as he closed hia office at 11 o'clock on Saturday night, but did not apeak to him. On his return at 7:15 o'cl. Ik yesterday morning he found th* olf' Indian still on the dame bench, bit. FIVE OEINTs lying down in a cramped position. He at once went over to the bench and found that the Indian waa dead, whereupon he notified the authorities. He waa well known in the vicinity aa an excessive drinker, and a saloon-keeper named J. G. Lewis teatified to having known him for the paat twenty years. Hia wife waa rnn over and killed near the San Gabriel depot about eighteen montha ago by the Colton local train, while asleep on the track in a drunken stmpor. Dr. J. H. Lowry, who held a post mor tem examination of the body, found no I external marka of violence, and gave it aa his opinion that death waa the result of alcoholism and exposure, whereupon the jury returned a verdict to that effect. A REMARKABLE TRIP. An Account of tne Run made by President man vol. A remarkable time record waa made on December Ist, last, on tbe Southern Pacific railroad. On that day a special train, consisting of two cara containing officers of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad, waa run over the Southern Pacific linea from Bakerafield to LathroD, a distance of 220 milea, leavine the former place at 9:01 and reaching the latter at 1:18; the total time waa thua 4 hours 17 min utea, but of thia time thirty-five minutes were lost in making four atopa and in slowing down on account of a broken frog at a station, making the actual running time for the 220 miles oniy 222 minutes, and it ia claimed that even this could have been improved had not the roadbed been in poor condition, owing to recent heavy rains. It ia claimed that thia is the longest ran ever made in thia country at a speed of 60 miles an hour, and—s peas ing from mem ory and without conaulting the records— we think that the claim ia justi fied. The greatest apeed attained for a single mile was between Be renda and Merced, where one mile waa made in 45 seconds, or at the rate of 80 milea an hour. The beat time for a stretch of several milea was from Tu lare to Goahen Junction, 10.5 milea, which, as shown by the dispatcher's sheet, was made in exactly eight minutes. Assuming the speed to have been uni form, this was at the rate of one mile in 45.7 seconds, or 7S 3 , mites an hour. Thia extreme apeed waa required to com pensate for the alow time made is cross ing the long bridges over tbe Kern, the San Joaquin, the Merced, the Tuolomne, and the Stanislaus rivers. The engine which did thia very fast work was an ordinary eight-wheeled loco motive, with cylinders 17x25 inches and drivera 5 feet 10 inches in diameter, built in the Sacramento ebons in 1885 from the deaignf. if the late Mr. A. J. Stevena, and provided with hia valve motion. The engine burned 3j_. tons of coal in making the trip, and the ta:,k was rilled twice with water during the run. Some careful work waa done by the train dispatchers in keeping the track clear for tha special. At Lathrop the train was takon by another engine of the aame size, out the run beyond that point was not an extraordinary one, although still pretty fust, the distance from Lathrop to Oakland Pier, ninety mil« 8, being covered in only 105 minutea, or at the rate of 51.43 milea an hour. —[Engineering and Railroad Journal. CRIMINAL NOTES. Albert Asevedo and Geo.?e Williams, two youths who are well known to the police, were arrested by Officer Fay on Upper Main street about 6 o'clock last evening for fighting. They were con veyed to the City Jail iv the patrol wagon and locked up on the charge of disturbing the peace. Amos Abbott, the youngest of the no torious Abbott brothers, was arrested by Officer Roberts nt an early hour yester day morning for disturbing the peace while drunk on the corner of Alameda and Aliso streets. He was taken to the City Prison and locked up, but was subsequently released on depositing bail in the sum of $25. About 3:30 o'clock yeaterday afternoon Manuel Lugo, an ex-convict, waa arrested after a deaperate struggle by Officers Sanchez and Fay, on Upper Main street, for disturbing the peace. He was drnnk and raising a disturbance before the policemen arrived on the scene, and when he saw them turning a corner of the street coming towards him, he drew a long knife from its aheath and defied them. He waa disarmed, however, and taken to the station, where he waa locked up for the night. Lugo haa twice served terms in San Quentin penitentiary, and is a deaperate character. THE MISSING DYER. His Hodr Supposed to Have Uceu Found Near San Bernardino. Yesterday afternoon a telephone met sage was received at police headquarters from Sheriff Seymour, of San Bernar dino, to the effect that the body of a man, supposed to be the missing M. L. Dyer, had been found in the foothills about three miles north of that town. From the appearance of the body, which was that of a well-dressed man abont 5 feet 7 inches in height, light brown hair and a sandy moustache, it had evidently lain in the position in which it was dis covered for three or four daye past. The Deputy Sheriff who found the corpse made a cursory examination of it, but not finding any external marks of vio lence, he rode into town and notified the Coroner; whereupon tbe body was brought in, and now awaits identifica tion. Mr. Ball, Jr., a brother-in-law of the missing man Dyer, was notified of the occurrence by the police yesterday evening, and announced his intention of going down to San Bernardino this morn ing to view the body. Undelivered Telegram*. At the Western Union Telegraph oftice, corner Court and Main streets, January 19, 1890: Robert French, A. 0. Oakley, Thomas Hezlett, E. H. Taylor, W. B. Hervey, Justin Taurnaux. There is an undelivered telegram at the Postal Telegraph office for Alfred W. Dougherty. The game of ball at the Alameda and Fifth street grounds, between the Young Americas and Park Grays, was a fair exhibition of ball playing; a few errors on the part of the former allowed the latter to score. Owing to Che absence of the Park Grays' battery they would not pat up their $25. Score, Sto4 in favor of the Young Americas.