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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXHI.—JiO. iOI
AMUSEMENTS.
JTAZARD'S PAVILION,
LO3 ANGELES.
Friday and Saturday Evenings
and Saturday Matinee,
FEB'Y 7th AND Bth.
Grand Italian Opera Co.,
Under the direction of
HENRY E. ABBEY & MAURICE GRAU
80PRAN08 AND CONTRALTOS,
Mme. Adelina Patti!
Mme. Emma Albani!
MLLE. LIILIAN NORDICA, MME. GIULIA
VALDA.
MLLE. GUERRINA FABBRI AND MLLE.
HORTENSE BYNNERBERG; MLLE.
MATHILDE BAUERMKI3TER,
MLLE. PETTIGIiNO, MLLE.
ATT A LIE CLAIRE.
TENORS.
SIG. FR&NCESCO TAMAGNO!
BIG. LUIGI RAVELLT, SIG. ENRICO VICCINI,
GIOVANNI PE RRUGINI, SIG. ROBERTO
VANNI AND 81G. BIELETTO.
BARITONEB.
BIG. GUI33EPE DEL PUENTE, BIG. ARTURO j
MARESCALCHI, SIG. NAPOLEON ZAB
DO, SIG. AGO3TINO CAOBONE,
BASSOS. ;
BIG. ETTORE MARC ASS A, SIG. FRANCO I
NOVARA, SIG. ARMANDO CASTLE- I
MARY. SIG. FRIMINO MIGLIASA
A. DE VASCHETTI.
CHORUS OF 60!
ORCHESTRA OF 50!
24 DANBEUSES!
MILITARY BAND OF 30!
MUSICAL DIRECTORS.
Sig. Luigi Arditi and Sig. Romualdo 1
Sapio. i
PREMIER BALLERINA.
MLLE. MARIE AGHERA.
In all the performances of the series one of
the three leading celebrities will appear:
Ml. ADELINA PATTI!
MME. ALBANI!
—oa—
SIGNOR TAMAGNO!
THE REPERTOIRE
Will be selected from the following Operas:
LA TRAVIATA—Verdi.
IL BARBIERE DI SEVIGLIA-Rossini.
FAUST—Gounod.
«, IL TROVATORE—Verdi.
SEMIRAMIDE—Rossini.
RIGOLETTO —Verdi.
AIDA-Verdi.
PRIOES FOR TICKETS.
Three performances—Two evenings and one
matinee. *
SEASON. lINGLE.
Parquette $18 00 $7 00
First three rows side balcony 18 00 700
Center balcony 18 00 700
Two back rows balcony 15 00 600
Bale of season tickets will bigin at Day's
Music Store, No. 8 North Spring Btreet, on
ToeEday, January 21, at 9 a. m., and continue
until January 25, at noon, under the direction
of EDWIN F. GILLETT, Ticket Agent.
Steinway <b Bona', New York, celebrated
Pianos used.
Hofstatter & Bonaventura, of Trieste, Aus
tria, costumers.
MARCUS R. MAYER,
ja!7 9t Acting Manager.
LOH ANGELES THEATER.
McLain & Lehman, Lessees and Managers.
Four Nights, commencing
THURSDAY JANUARY 28d,
Tbe Postage Stamp Company!
Presenting their Successful New Comedy,
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A SOCIAL SESSION!
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One of the funniest farce-comedies ever writ
ten. Replete with new songs, dances
and specialties; augmented by the
Famous Black Hussar Band!
—AND—
Magnificent Star Orchestra!
Band Parade from the Hotel Nadeau on
Thursday, at 12 o'clock Bharp. Concert in
front of Theater from7:ooto7:3o each evening,
» Beats now on sale. jal9 td
VIENNA BUFFET,
Cor. Main and Requena Sts
F. KERKOW, Proprietor.
Refined Musical Entertainment every night,
from 7:30 until 12 o'clock. Admission free.
Ch igo of Programme nightly. Change of
leal trm;pe weekly. The ouly original
Kltcheu. Open all day
ani i.ighs. Popular prices, and pclitc and at
tc. .v v. aervlo* guaranteed. d 26 tf
AMUSEMENTS.
IT H, C. Wyatt, Lessee aud Manager.
R. a. Douglass, AssooisteManager.
THB
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E .11 M A JUCH
Engllau Opera Season!
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The management takes great pleasure In ar
nounclng that tbe KM MA JUCH ENGLISH
OPERA COMPANY will positively give four
grand performances on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Gveainga and Friday Afternoon,
January 29th. 30th and 31st, 1890.
The strength of the list of principal singers
and artistic arrangements will be seen irom
the following announcements:
sopranos:
EMMA JUCH,
Georglne yon Januschowsky. Susie Leonhardt,
Carrie Freebert.
contraltos:
Lizste Maciichol, Fanny Gonzales, Carrie
Morse.
tenors:
Charles Hedmondt. Charles Turner,
Frank Fieri, Elvin Singer.
baritones:
Giovanni Tagliapietra, William Lee,
William Bott,
BA880S:
Franz Vetta, T. S Gu'se, E. N. Knight.
GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 32 SELECTED
INSTRUMENTALISTS!
GRAND CHORUS OF 50 TRAINED VOICES! I
Musical Director ADOLF NEUENDORFF 1
Stage Director EMIL HAHN
repertoire:
Wednesday Evening FAUST
MISS JUCH as Marguerite.
Thursday Evening WILLIAM TELL
MISS JUCH as Jemmy (Tell'sson).
Friday Evening CARMEN i
MISS JUCH as Carmen.
Friday Afternoon THE FRIE9CHUTZ
With novel and startling mechanical effects.
MIB3 YON JANUSCHOWSKY as Agnes. '
PRICES TO SUIT EVERY ONE.
Dress Circle, first four rows and orchestra,
reserved $2 00
Balance Dress Circle, reserved., 150 .
General Admission 100 ]
Balcony, reserved 1 00
Balcony Admission 50 ■
Loges 10 00
Boxes 810 00 and 15 00 .
To accommodate tbe public and those living '
at a distance, the sale of tickets will begin at
the box office Tuesday, January 21st, at
10 a.m.
The celebrated Steinway piano used by tbe i
Emma Jnch Grand English Opera Company. 1
NOTE—The management, having the utmost .
confidence in the Los Augeles public, desires to '
announce that no subscription Is asked. The ■
Opera Company will actually appear as above !
announced. ,
, jRAND OPERA HOUSE.
'T H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager,
R. 8. Douglas, Associate Manager.
One Week, beginning
MONDAY JANUARY 20th. .
Matinee Saturday.
MR. ROLAND RE EDI
In D. D. Lloyd's Eccentric Comedy.
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THE WOMAN HATER!
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As played 100 nights in New York.
REED AS THE BIGAMIST!
REED AS THE TRIGAMIBT! ]
The greatest comedy success in years, intro- „
ducing Sydney Rosenleld's great topical
pafody. "it Was a Dream," and other nnw
musical numbers. )a!5 ■
LOS ANGELES THEATER. j
McLain <St Lehman, Lessees and Managers, ;
•NIG H T 8 4
Only, commencing
SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 189 0.
Eighth Season of the Greatest of all j
S accesses. .
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A HUNCH OF KEYS! • ' r.
Or, The Hotel!
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By Charles H. Hoy t, author of "The Bag Baby," i
"A Tin Boldlet," "Hole in tbe Ground," :
' Midnight Bell," etc
New snd elaborate scenery direct from tbe '
Broadway Theater, New York City. New
features, rewsoug', new mauleys, new dances :
Acompßnyof comedians and beautiful girls.
Prices as usual. Reserved seat sale com- ,
meuces at 10 o'clock Thursday morning, at ■
Theater Box Office. Jals td
ILLINOIS HALL,
Fort and Sixth Streets, 1
JANUARY 24th AND 25th, I
Tha world-famed
X • X
JUHIEEE SINKERS! ! j
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From Flsk University, N ishvllle, Term.,
IN TWO GRAND CONCERTS!
Ticket", 50 cents, including reserved seats, for
sale at Bartlett's music store and at the Hall.
Illinois Social next Thursday evening.
HENRY GEORGE—JANUARY 31.
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertisements under the following heads in
itrted at the rate of 6 cents per me lor each
Insertion, or $1 a line per month.
PERSONAL..
speedy, aud with least possible publicity;
all communications confidential. Address
LAWYER, P. O. Box 853, Station C Ja2l 3*
C OLMSTED, MANAGER HOLLENBECK
■ Bookstore, 114 W. Second st ; sheet music,
10 cents. ja!4 lm
ON R. 8. COX, AT NO. 39 8. FORT
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packages, 25c; can gasoline, 95c; coal oil, 95c;
Arbuckle coffee, 26n; Germea, 20c; 10 lbs
corn muni, 15c; new pickles, 10c quart; good
black or Japan tea. 3r>c; sack flour, $1.25:
11 cans fruit, 81; 6 lbs raisins or peaches,
25c; 3 lbs prunes, 25c; 40 bars soap, $1;
bacon, 12o; hams, 13C; »OTk, 11c.
ECONOMIC GROCERY, 409-411 8. SprlDgst
ja3lm
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d29lm
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DIVORCE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE
free. W. W. HOLOOMB, attorney's offlce.
24 West First-st.. rooms 10 and 11. d29-tf
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Read the classified advertisements in the
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TUESDAY MORNING, JANUAKY 2L. 1890.
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SPRVIAIf NOTICES.
JP. WANVIG, WHOLESALE AND RETA'L
• dealer in bay, grain, wood and coal 408
8. Main st.; telephone, 602. Yard, 242 8.
Alameda st.; telephone, 993. All orders
promptly attended to. ja!4tf
OLD CURIOSITY BHOP-CLA>MIC CURIOS.
Old Wilson block, rooms 34aud 35, Hours,
I to 8 p. m. d 22 tu-th-sn lm*
R. BERTRAM KNIGRTLK V, PRIVATE
Secretary to Madame H. P. Blavatskey.will
deliver a free lecture at Temperance halJ, cor
ner of Temple and Fort, Tuesday evening,
January 21st, at 7:30 p. m. Subject: ' The
Theosophlstlcal Society and Universal Broth
erhood." All are cordia'ly invited to attend.
jl9 3*
WANTKD-»EJIAI,Ii HELP.
IWISH ToT_M^_OY~A FEW LADIES, ON
salary, to take charge of my business at
their homes; light, very fascinating and
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given; good pay for part time. Address, with
stamp, MRS, MaRION WALTER. Louisville,
Ky. 8e27 fri&tnßm
w<NTfin-iii«L£ heci*.
good man to sell our. gooils by sample to
the wholesale and retail trade. We are the
largest manufacturers in our line in the world.
Liberal salary paid. Permanent position.
Money advanced for wages, advertising, etc.
For fall terms, address CENTENNIAL MFG.
CO . Chicago, HI .or Cincinnati. O. n26aod3ot
WANTED —AUKHTiI.
f_ ter steel door mats; exclusive territory
given to men with capital. New York Steel
Mat Co., 234 Broadway. N Y. jalO 6t
WAHIEU SITUATIONI^FIteJji^
W~~ANTED-BITU ATION
to do general housework. Call at 222
West First st : reference ja2l 2*
WANTKO-in ISCEI.S. *N
WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME AT
Burns' Music Store. 152 S. Main st. dltf
rou SCENT.
6TT*rl[nt^coTi_e^^
restaurant; good locality. Will take rent
Inboard. Inquire at 508 Fort St., upstairs.
j2O 2t
I'OK KENT--MOOiTI»>.
oTTrKNT^tIt^
and bath room, complete lor housekeep
ing; lurniture for sale, cheap. 119 8. Main St.
ja2l 3"
FOR RENT—UNBURN IS HED iiOOMS.SUIT
abIe for light housekeeping; Norton block,
corner S ivouth and Hill; finest locality in the
city; reasonable rates. d 29 lm
OR RENT —FURNISHED AND ONFUR
nished rooms in the Newell Building, hast
First St., near Vine; everything new and ele
gant; on cable line. MRB. J. E WOODWARD,
Proprietor. d2i lm
FOB RENT-HOCBES.
HERE YOU ARE—BEST COTTAGK IN LOS
Angeles; built by owner for his own use;
every modern improvement; only $25 per
month; five minutes Irom corner of Temple
and Spring. W. B. NIHBET, 220 S Main tt.
ja!s tf
POR RENT—HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, B i TH,
(furniture, first-class, new, for sale) i bar
gain. See this, 56 Wilmington st. jail lm
OR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY.
C. A. SUMNER A CO., 78. Fort St. jlO tf
or RtcNT—houses, btores. LONG IIHT
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HENTAL AGENCY. 1 N Fort gt. d 25 tf
s?«»K. RENT^»'t_'lt)_M.
FOR RENT —LAW OFFICES, PARTLY
furnished; cheap; sun exposure. Apply
81 Temple blook. Jal9 3»
FOR RENT—FRONT ROOMS FOR OFFICES
in Newell blook, cor. Main and Second sts ,
prices rensonable. (124tf
run MALL—country Property.
IjVOR BALE-20 ACRES IN THE CENTER
! 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 A BURNS, 34 North Spriug
street. jaivlm
H*tt N4LE-LIVE STOCK.
TjtOß SALE—4-YEAR-OLD HORSE; SOUND
I I and gentle; price, $40. Address F. N. T.,
tierald office. ja2l 3*
lIVORI IVOR SALE-FINE OakRIAGE HOR-EB. OR
■ will exchange for lots in blook f, Howe
Tract. Address Box 79, University P.O. jal6
OR SALE—PIGS COR. SANTA FE AND
Vernon avenue, or address J. W. HARRIS,
box 469 city d 25 2m»
worn sale—AtiaoeUaneoua.
cabinet-maker tools; one fine cabinet
maker work bench; two carpenter benches:
six (6) ladders; two (2)jacksaws and 18 r I
lers for h0..50-moving; also, a good saddle and
bridle. Enquire at 164 East First St. ja22 tf
IjlOR SALS—NEW FULL LEATHER TOP
! buggy; cost $250.00; price. $125.00; also
two sera fine double harness. PACIFIC LOAN
CO , 32K S. Spring St. jal2 tf
FOR SALE — GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO;
price, $125.00. PACIFIC LOAN CO , 32%
8. Spring at. Jal2 tf
business chances
usTnless^lShTnoe^
looking after. EWING A ARNOLD, 51G
Downey avenue. jl7 7t*
HAVE ON HAND TWO FIRBT-CLASS
good paying businesses; must sell one as I
cannot attend to both myself. Address P. O.
box 11H2. cltv. j!5-tf
mUtOAYIONAL.
nnr_ATss_^s~nic^^
term of this school begins January 22d.
Increased accommodations give room for more
pupils in both boarding and day school depart
ments, j an 17 lino
ST. HILDA'S HALL, GLENDALE—A FlRBT
class school for girls; now is a good time to
enter your daughter. ja3 tf
CADEMY Oif IMMACULATE HEART, PICO
Heights—Conducted by the Sisters of Im
maculate Heart. The soholastio 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 auy time during the
year. Their session commences from the date
of entrance. For further particulars apply on
the premises, or at the Cathedral school. Lor
Angeles st. The above house is the novitiate of
the order. jal 6m
URE FRENCH TAUGHT BY PROFKB3OR
from Paris Address P. O. Box 1817.
d29-lm»
XPERT ACCOUNTANT — INSTRUCTION
or> various methods of keeping accounts at
your own home or place of business; adjust
ment of deranged accounts a specialty; charges
moderate; ctty references Call or address No.
131% East Fourth street, C. BATER. d29-lm*
SPANISH AND ITALIAN BY~ SIGNOR
d'Arcais, late of Brown University. Apply
to PROF. KUfNKR. 449 8. Spring st. d2B lm.
THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES, AT
Ramona, Cal., will open a Boarding and Se
lect Day Souool on the 2d of January. The
site of their institution is unequaled; the
< ours of instruction Is of the highest grade.
For terms address SR. SUPERIOR, Convent
Hill, Ramona, Cal. dec2s-tf
LOB ANGELES BUBINEBB COLLEGE AND
English Training School, 38,40 and 42 8.
Main st. Experienced teachers; complete
courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin.
d22tf _
MRB. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Singing, Piano and Guitar. Special rates
to beginners. 337 Olive, near Fifth, jl5 tf
SCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL,
Engineering, Surveying, Architecture,
Drawing, Ahsaying. A. VAN DER NAILI EN,
723 Market st, San Francisco. dlo-5m
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
—a_td —
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 tenth Spring Street, Los Angeles, Oal
BBSSIOSS DAY AND _V3W.NO.
For particulars, oall at office or address., I
•80-ly y.o. WOODBURY. Principal- «
TO EXCHANUK.
. Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Arizona prop
erties; also fruit, grain or stock ranches, in
Santa Barbara, Ventura, Tulare, San Bernar
dino, Los Angeles and Alameda counties; some
M_i, B l unincumbered. KURTZ A
LIST, 18 South Spring Btreet. )a9 lm
~
SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL
competitors, both in time and distance to
all points East. Special tonritt excursions
East every THURSDAY. For full information,
apply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE
A. WARNER, Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring J2tf
WINTER TRAVEL—FORTNIGHTLY TOUR
lst Excursions—Organized and conducted
by the Southern Pacific Company, via the
Sunset Route, New Orleans, Birmingham, Chat
tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York,
Philadelphia and intermediates.
Through service of Pullman Tourist Sleepers.
Parties personally conducted by a Southern
Pacific employe.
Sleepers have improved heaters for light
cooking and tea and cuffee.
Adjustable lunch tables in every section.
Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th and 31st; Nov.
Mth and 28th; Dec. 13th. 188U; Jan. 31.17 th
did 31st; Feb. 14th and 28th: Marchl4thand
28th; April 11th and 25th, 1890.
Per further information apply to any Agent
Southern Pacific Co., or to the General Pas
senger Office, 8 E. Cor. Spring and Second Sts.,
Los Angeles. Cal. 0. H. WHI TE, Ticket Agent;
J. M. CRAWLEY. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T.H.
GOODMAN, G. P. A T. A.; R. QUAY, Gen'l
TrafHo Mgr.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr.
jls 4m
ROCK ISLAND ROUTIC EXCURSIONS VIA
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 and sleeping
reservations, call or address F. W. THOMPSON.
Agent, 44 South Spring st j32 12m
EXCURSIONS VIA SOUTHERN ROUTE TO
a'l points East Through tourist sleepers.
Thursday, Jan. 23, Feb 6 and 20. For par
tioulars, call on or address C. E. KIBBEY,
agent, 30 8. Spring st., Loa Angeles. d3l lm
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS ARE PERSON
aIIy conducted in Pullman tourist oars
through to New York and Boston. Office, 44 N.
Spring at. d27tf
WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER
sonally conducted to all points East with
out change. 19 N. Spring st. d 25 tf
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
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 A DeGROOT, Managers,
Rooms 14 and 15. No. 321; South Spring St.
MONEY LOANED ON REAL EBTATE,
diamonds, watohes, jewelry, pianos,
sealskins, live stock, carriage, bicycles, mort
gages, and all kinds of personal and collat
eral security. 304 8. Spring. j!8-6m
JOHN H. HIBE, LATE OF THE U 8. SUR
vojor General's offioe of Arizona; Arizona
and Mexico Investments. 4 South Fort st,
Los Angeles, Cal., Room 3. ja 14 lm*
A A * 700 ' * 900 TO LOAN BY PRIVATE
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L. B , Box 70, Heraid office. ja2l 7*
<_1 (\ f\f\{\ TO LOAN—LOW INTEREST.
V 1 \ J.UvJU W. R. BURKE, 55 N. Spriug.
jail lm
MONEY TO LO A.N—IN LARGE OR BMALL
amounts on ro*l estate seonrlty, by
POHLHAUB A SMITH, No. 28 N. Spring St.,
room 4. Ja3 lm
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
JlVj L- SCHMIDT, 109 W. Ist St..room 13. ]6
rjto LOAN.
$1,000 to 3100,000. Bonds, mortgages and
dividend-paying stocks bought.
At the Main-street Savings Bank and Trust
Co. J. B. LANKERSHIM, President,
j 13-tf 326 S. Main st.
CRAWFORD A McCREERY,
Room 10, over Los Angeles National Bank,
Corner First and Spring streets.
Loan $50 to $50,000 on city and country prop
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dress the Northern Counties Investment Trust,
Ltd., FRED. J. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal.
W. POI.N DEXTER, 25 W. SECOND ST.—
. Loans on good city or country property,
ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—O. A.
BUMNER A CO.. 7 8. Fort st. j 20-tf
ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L.
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_1 f\f\ .WIA T0 LOAN-A. J. VIELE.3B
©IUI/.UUU 8. Spring St., Room 4.
d3otf
ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMER A HARRIS, attbrneys-at-law, 78
Temple block d22tf
OENTISTSi
rooms 2, 6 and 7. Hours, 8 to 5
Hold filling, fm $2 up | Porcelain crowns, $5.
silver or amalgam. SI. i Gold crown,ss and up.
Plates, from $4 to $10. I Extracting, 50c ; with
gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty. j2O-tf
R. J. M. WHITE,
DR. E. L, TOWNSEND,
—Dentists, —
41 South Spring street.
First building north of Bryson-Bonebrake blook
Telephone 138. jl9 tf
G. OUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, RBMOVh
i. to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and
Phillips block, Los Augeles, Cal. Jlstf
1882 establish «i> 188.!
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. BPRING AND FIRST
sts,, Wilson block; take elevator; Room
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fectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done and
toeth extracted positively without pain, j 4 tf
I DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 28 8. SPRING
{_ street, Rooms 4 and 5.
Gold fillings from $2 np. Amalgam and silver
fillings, fl. Painless extraction of teeth by
vitalised air or nitrons oxide gas, $1, Toeth
extracted withont gas or a1r,,50 cents.
Best sets of teeth from $8 to $10. By oar new
method of making teeth, a misfit is impossible..
All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
out pain.
Offloe Hoars from 8 a. m., to 6 p.m. Sundays
from 10 a. m. to IS m. Evenings, 7p.m. to 9
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AN EVENING'S EVENTS.
A Banquet to the Cable
Employees.
SINCERE TOKENS OP ESTEEM.
A Very Enjoyable Affair—The Regu
lar Meeting of the Board of
Education.
A banquet was tendered last evening at
the "Maison Doi£e," by Colonel J. C.
Robinson, the Vice-President and Super
intendent of the Los Angeles cable rail
way, to the heads of the various depart
ments and official staff of the company
in this city. About forty guests sat
down at a long table in a handsomely
decorated room of the resort, and were
served with an elegant repast. The menu
was printed on satin, and the whole affair
was carried out in superb style.
Those who were present were: Col.
J. 0. Robinson, Vice President and
Superintendent; Master Clifton Robin
son; Judge S. 0. Hubbell, director; Mr.
J. J. Akin, secretary; Mr. A. Q. Wade,
chief engineer of power houses; Mr. W.
A. Seymour, civil engineer and track
master ; Mr. William Burr, foreman of
depots; Dr. R. F. Cowper, veterinary
surgeon; Mr. John H. Harbour, clerical
staff; Mr. Henry T. Jones, in
spector; Mr. W. Cameron, fore
man of car shops; Mr. W. Stevens,
foreman of mechanics' shop; Mr. J.
T. Chadsey, foreman cable splicer;
Mr. E. L. Lewis, receiving clerk; Mr.W.
J. Hackett, engineer, Grand avenue; Mr.
C. Walters, engineer, Downey avenue;
Mr. A. O. Gale, engineer, Boyle Heights;
Joseph D. Lynch, Colonel H. G. Otis, J.
Mills Davies, Dr. H. G. Brainard, and
the following members of the official
staff: Messrs. H. Carson, J. W. Petrie,
Joseph D. Chambers, M. R. Twomey, J.
W. Hagan, C. O. Fulton, Boyle Work
man, William Liddington, J. F. Moore,
C. H. Boyce, S. McClure, C. E. Freeman
and John R. Murray.
After the dinner was served Colonel
Robinson rose and said tbat it had not
been the intention to have many
speeches. Mayor Hazard had been
asked to attend, but had been kept away
by illness. Colonel Robinson then read
a letter from the Mayor, in which he re
ferred to the excellent gocd will whicti
existed between the public and the rail
way company. A pleasant letter from
H. Z. Osborne was also read. Colonel
Robinson then called upon Mr. Joseph
D. Lynch.
Mr. Lynch said that it was the first
time that an opportunity had been
afforded him to express personally to
Mr. Robinson his appreciation of the
efficient manner in which the Superin
tendent had carried out the duties of his
office. "We had befjre," said he,
"many things that we'were accustomed
to set great store by—our orange groves,
our climate and our hills, which we were
wont to regard as somewhat nobler and
higher than thofce ou which the city of
Rome was built. But we still lacked
that highest touch of civilization—a cable
railway system, which it remained for
Colonel Robinson and bis co-workers to
establish among us. Not only in the
work of construction did the men en
gaged in the enterprise find themselves
encompassed by difficulties, but after it
was completed they had to contend with
the forces of nature under difficulties
which would have discouraged .any ex
cept men of the strongest mold. It gives
me pleasure to say that in this work
Colonel Robinson had associated with
him a corps of men unequaled for pluck,
sagacity, and mechanical skill. I see
here at the table the man who swam a
distance of sixty feet in a long, dark con
duit, filled with a turgid stream of
muddy water, to plug up the hole
whete it flowed in, in order that he
might, if possible, save the company's
machinery from being ruined. Then
from the end of the conduit he swam
back without taking breath, and was
lifted from the water insensible. Such
deeds are worthy of being celebrated
in song and story. I can con
gratulate Colonel Robinson on the fact
that he has joined with him in this
enterprise a body of men who for courage,
energy, and devotion to duty cannot be
surpassed in the United States."
These remarks were greeted with loud
applause.
Mr. Robinson then proposed as a toast
the name of C. B. Holmes, of Chicago,
the President of the road, saying as he
did so: "Let us always remember that
we are followers of the most distinguished
cable railway manager in the world, and
that what we do merely re fleet s what he
has done for this city."
Judge Hubbell was then called upon
and replied with a few appropriate re
marks, recounting the early efforts to in
augurate a cable system, and describing
thi) superb business qualities of President
Holmes, who he said had sent $8,000,000
of capital out of Chicago for the const ruc
tion of numerous cable systems. J. J.
Akin followed in a short speech in which
he introduced W. A. Seymour, whose
pleasant duty it was to present in
behalf of the guests assembled,
a diamond ring and a framed
addresß to Colonel Robinaon and a pair
of opera glasses to Mrs. Robinson. Mr.
Seymour made an extremely neat and
telling speech and the gifts were handed
over amidst enthusiastic applause..
The address, which was elegantly
framed, read as follows:
LOS ANGELES CABLE RAILWAY COMPANY.
Colons! James Clifton Robinson, Vice-President
and Superintendent:
Dear Sir—The members of your official staff
and heads of departments beg your acceptance
of this address and the accompanying diamond
ring as a token of the regard and esteem in
which you are held by them. It affords us
great pleasure to boar testimony to the high
appreciation entertained of the genial spirit
in which you have at all times superintended
the offices of this company during the trying
period of construction and organization of
our cable system. We sincerely trust that our
friendly relationship may long continue and
tbat you may be granted health and strength
to direct our efforts aud control our forces.
January, 1890.
Signed for and on behalf of the whole of
the, officials:
W. A. Seymour, H T. Jones, Wm. Burr, John
Henry Harbour, J T. Chodsey, W. Stevens,
J. D. Chambers, A. G. Wade.
Both the gifts were beautiful and
costly. Colonel Robinson replied in an
effective manner, paying a splendid
tribute to the fine qualities of the men
who had worked with him, and express
ing a wish that every employee might
have been present on tbe occasion.
A brief season of testivity followed, in
I which several good songs were sang, and
FIVE CENTS
Colonel Otis told a humorous story with
fine effect, and the entertainment came
to an end. i
BOARD OP EDUCATION.
Routine Bnilncti 'I'ramactea at
Last Night's Meeting.£
The Board of Education met in regular
session last night in the City Hall, Presi
dent A. E. Pomeroy in the chair and
Messrs. Cox, Ellis, Frew, Gosper, Pow
ers, Woodbury and Whaling present.
The minntes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
A communication was received from
about 100 residents of the Eighth ward,
asking that an eight-room building be
erected on the new site on Magdalena
avenue and Bloom street, there being no
more advanced grades in the district
than the fifth. The matter was referred
to the Building Committee.
Applications for positions as janitors
were received from Mrs. I. Schubert,
Mrs. H. W. Selling, J. J. Ireland and
H. B. Cotton, all of which were referred
to the Janitors' Committee.
A communication was received from
I. G. Brown relative to the founding of a
laboratory for the use of the chemistry
classes of the new High School. The
matter was referred to a joint committee
of the Building and Supplies Commit
tees.
Superintendent of Schools Friesner re
ported that in the matter of vaccinating
school children, he had conferred with
Health Officer McGowan on the subject
and tbat official had recommended the
appointment of the following physicians
as vaccinators for the public schools:
Dr. Barker, Ninth ward; Dr. Steddom,
First Ward; Dr. I. B. Hamilton, Second
ward; Dr. BulJard, Third and Eighth
words; Dr. Beckett, Sixth and Seventh
wardß, and Dr. Bhaffner, Fourth ward.
Mr. Ellis said that at the time the
matter was brought up, there was danger
of an epidemic among the children, but
as the scare had subsided and no fears
existed at present, he m jved that the
matter be laid on the table. Governor
Gosper, however, suggested that the
matter be referred to the Superintendent
of Schools, the Finance Committee of the
board and the Health Officer, with
power to act, which motion prevailed.
Mr. Whaling was strongly opposed to
thia measure on the ground that it waa
wholly unnecessary to expend any
money for such a purpose at present.
He therefore aeked that the motion be
amended so that the special committee
be required to report to the board before
incurring any expense in the matter. It
was so ordered.
A number of demands, aggregating
$235.40, were approved as read, as were
also the teachers' and jmi tors' salaries,
amounting to about $14,500.
Governor Gosper, of tbe Building
Committee, reported that the Superin
tendent of Buildings, Mr. Muchmore,
had called upon the Council to furnish
him with an assistant, ac during his
daily visits to the school buildings he
was obliged to leave his office, but as
that body had relused to grant him that
request the j jint committee of the Coun
cil and board had recommended that the
board allow him $100 for two months for
that purpose, as his presence was almost
indispensable to the erection of the new
school buildings, and that much money
would be saved by his superintend
ence of the work now going on.
Mr. Whaling objected to the appoint
ment of an assistant to Mr. Muchmore,
on the ground tbat the board had no
right to expend $100 of the school money
for such a purpose. The architect in
charge was now being paid 5 per cent to
look after the contractors, Mr. Much
more was paid a regular salary by the
city, and if they were unable to attend to
their duties, let them be discharged, and
their places filled by more competent
men. On the matter being put to the
vote, it was carried, Mr. Whaling alone
voting negatively.
Mr. Ellis, of the Committee on Qualifi
cations of Teachers, recommended that a
third kindergarten school be established
,»t Chavez and Railroad streets, where a
school was carried on formerly by a pri
vate association. There were already
thirty or forty children there, and pro
vided that the chapel in the vicinity can
be hired for $15 per month, as formerly,
the committee recommended that it be
rented for the purpose. He further rec
ommended that Miss Ella Clark be ap
pointed as teacher of that school, as she
had already had a good deal of experi
ence with the association. Tbe recom
mendation was adopted.
In compliance with the resolution
passed at the last meeting of the board,
asking that a return be made of the in
surance upon the public school buildings,
the clerk read a lengthy report of the
same, showing the amount that each
building and its furniture was insured
for, the rate, and the company with
which it is insured. It was adopted
unanimously and ordered to be placed
on file.
The board then adjourned.
PATTI MUST SING HERE.
Loa Angelci Will Not let tbe Diva
Pan Her Vatea.
Today at Day's music store the sale of
tickets for the Patti season will begin.
Los Angeles has broken a great many
records in ber time. She bas more re
markable features and is better known
the world over than any other city on
the globe of five times her population.
Already Patti's voice bas been heard in
concert in Los Angeles, a distinction
never shared by any city in the world of
so few people. But the liberality ot the
Angelenos said Patti must sing here,
and sing she did. And now she comes
back with the greatest opera com
pany that has ever made the tour
of America. Her manager, Mr. Marcus
Mayer, says it will cost $20,000 to give
three performances in this city. Here is
one more opportunity for the liberal
lovers of music in this city to break the
record. St. Louis wanted Patti in grand
opera but failed to get the prize. Los
Angeles is not so large as St. Louis by
several times, but she will secure Patti
in opera. The sale of seats today shonld
be the great event of the season. It will
be a memory of a lifetime to have
scoured one of the best Beats for thia
occasion, and doubtless the rush will be
something remarkable.
Undelivered. Telegram*.
At tbe Western Union Telegraph office,
corner Oonrt and Mail! nt'eets, January
20, 1880: Mrs. 15. 0. Davis, Henry
Rott, John F. Swarthy, C. Mclver, John
Hawkins, £. M. Say ford.

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