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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
U., JCXXJJI.—JNO il6
A.m sKMEHrrs.
11 RAND OPERA HODHtt.
VT H. C. Wyatt, lessee sad Manager.
R. S. Douglas. Associate Manager.
THREE NIGHTS ! THREE NIGHTS !
And Saturday Matinee.
COMMENCING THURSDAY FEBRUARY Gth.
Chas. Arnold in His Original Creation,
HANS THE KOATMAN t
An idyl of the Adiro (lacks One of the very
few American plays that has caught
the English taste,
beautiful home ballads,
touches of nature,
laughter and tears.
The part of Hans is different from anythit.g
done by any other German comedian.
Seati on sale Monday morning.
L»3 ANGELES THEATER.
McLain & LEHMAN, Lessees aud Managers.
THE COMEDY EVENT.
BEOINNINO
ONE WEEK j fgSSSSffdH i °- :E WKEK
Mr. Angus tin Daly s Great New York
SiiCCtS'O .
Monday, Tv; sdny aud Wednesday,
i A IYIIJHT *H F! A NKSHT OFF! i
Thursday to Sutsday.
1 > 1 • l%> •<> NIGHT I
Presented by a Superb ' omptnv of Comedia'is
Sale of Seats now progressing. JaftO
TLLINOIS HALL,
J. Fort and Sixth Streets
ROOIAEi AND ENTERTAINMENT,
By the Illinois Associaron,
EVERY FRIDAY EVENING.
Musical and literary specialties, social inter
course, etc., etc.
Admission, to cover expenses, only ten cents.
Illinois H'lll ,M|il nPlces to let.
WANTS, PJCXUONALI). ASD OTHER AJJ
verlisemcnls under the following heads in
lerted at the rate of 5 cents per me lor each
iuccrlion, or $1 a line per month.
LUN'I ANSI if «7S»n
QT^AIrEri^FRTnMtTNT^
lO lay, 3 miles north of Sau Feruaudo, roan
horse, age about 10 year*. Reward for return.
Call or address M. OKDUQUI, 109 W. Firsts',.,
room 13. ft 3t»
x'U IiXCHAiiIUL.
TO KXCH ANGK— '
dear of Inonmbrance now valued at $3,- 00
(ab ,ut one ha f firmer price), lies well above
street, has 3tio feet frot»ge: small home; II '
kinds fruit, besides many tl nvers; is all f-uced
In; was bought for home 3 years ago, and has
bean we] cared for; Is 10 minutes from center
of town; close to leiJiug ttreet ami ear l ne;
would nxohange for rnnc. Improved or un
improved, and pay some cash. Address OV NER,
12 s Raymond aye , P&adena, Gal. iaBl-lm
110 I X' .11 ANi. i:—ORANGE LAND, WJTH
water, for good Eastern or Los Angeles
property and some cash; incumbered Hill
street residence for clear prO"e ty not close iv;
busk ess prop riv Iticunibeied for good clear
lot Klt it ( LIST. 18 H. grnlng st. in'l-l'e
IX- 1 i 1 t D-BKtl, KBTATE.
Tn iiTTwe? rTtACT",
bl ck 4; give lowest cash prices. Aildres-,
M S. ■ i"un-cl:. fnive-sitv. feo.-l *
vt II VED SI T)DATIONS—iTRMAEE.
A.N 1 BPr-STI IJATIOK Al
can do all kinds of work, by en eastern
wM w. Hither city or country. Addr fes B,
box Jo. Hag LLP. [4 2t*
W ANTE »>— tittiii*. '
■\\T. N I ..1) -1. - !>i s JX|) GENTLEMEN IN
VV city or country wishing to earn $3 to $5 a
day at t elr own homes; no canvassing; work
furnished and sent by m»'l any (ii tance. Ad
dress w:th stamp, C'ystilizod Photo Co., 112
W. Oth s'„ Cincinnati, O. )2 uod-3m
■tXTANTUD—A YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN
VV without means to borrow money on
ollat r,'.l security. KREFER, 75 iT-ryson block.
ja2.l-lin
«S 41V I'a-.at— «llMllMli*.ArS"«4*l «.
double-uarreled
"bre oh-loader" shot gun; mus' be cliear,
Address, until Saturday, SHOT GUM, box 10,
this office feS-St*
WANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME AT
VV Burns' Music Store, 152 S. Main Bt. fltf
i«)i*"ulsS'r- -K«»«>iris.
Oil l^^l'l^M^HED "BOOMS;
very Dice; Olosein; also houses in all part i
Of tne e'itv from #3 50 to ifSO per mouth. JOHN
P. P. PECK, 9 N. Main st. fe2-4t
1 _ 7H)K R^NT—LARGE FRONT BAY-WINDOW
' room in private residence, 325 S PORT
sr. f-i-at*
TJtOR RENT—NICE. SUNNY, UNFURNISHED
,r roms, for light lions -keeping. Anply to
MRS. A. E. ADAMS, 4(5 and 48 Buena Vista
' jaiiS lm
F""~OR~RENT-A HOOL, NEARLY FlN
ished, with 57 rooms and 4 s ores, iv the
very best locality in this city; cau bo leased to
a rcsririns : ble pa'ty uuder favorable conditions.
L. SCHMIDT, 109 IV. First st. fe2 7t
TmOit RENT—HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, BATH,
J? (furniture, tirst-class, new, for sale) a bar
gain. See this, '.'.14 WilminKtou st. jail lm
OR ALL OVEit THE <;ITY.
C A. SUMNEk A CO.. 7S. Fort st. jlO'f
AH9TKICTS
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
panyof Los Angeles, N. W. cor. Franklin
and New High streets. Jl? 9m
mHE SECURITY TITLE INSURANCE AND
JL Abstract Co. of So. Cal. ,40 N. Soring
St.. m"m« 4. 5 and B. jl7-tf
ÜBEMSai AKEUS.
MIS M. PIERSON. DHESSM f KLR. PKRtiE I'
block, Rooms 10 and 111, cor. Spring and
Third sts ]a' 22 lm
BVH N Ksw vblahcsw
nood business, cor. first and ala-
MEDA STS. ie2-lm»
FOR SALE—A FINE BUSINESS; CENTRALLY
located; price, +1,200 cash. Address CASH,
P. 0 Box 3,156. j*3o-tf
tv more for
less security than any one in city; $10 and
up. KEEPER, 75, Bryson block ja24-lm
have on h/Tnd two pi rst-clas-i
good paying businesses; must sell one as I
cannot attend to both myself. Address P. O.
box llttg, ejtv. jls-tf
FOR SAEE—GItT rropersy.
Odl~ SALE—BARGAIN, MUST BE SOLD
5-room cottage on Blame street, neai
Tenth. Inquire of DR. DOLE. 20 S. Fort st.
fe2 lm
lilOR SALE-NEAR FIFTH STREET ANI
1 San Pedro, nice, modern cottage of 5 rooms
price, #3,500, +500 cash, balance l0"R «iW'"
Address BARGAIN, hex (10, this office. ja3l In:
EO"»t7 SaKe—country _«*roy«,r«»^
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—», 10 OK 11
acres of choice land near El Monte; ast
houses lv eltv ou monthly payments. JOHN p
P. PECK. 9 N. Main st fe2-4t
TTIOR SALE—CHOICE FARM PROPERTY
X in tracts of 5 to 40 acrcß each, on line o
new Redondo railway, about 4 miles east o
Radoodo Beach, tbe probable tetmiuus of th'
Union Pacific railway; ;ong time and easy pay
ments to actual settlers call on of addres
UNION LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY . roon
10, Phillips block. j«3O-lm
1" itoa sTle-orange land in azusa
1 notice In another column; the subdivlsioi
of a 180-acre ranoh into 10-acre places- lon :
time and low prices. By HUMPHREYS i
RIGGIN,2OS Spring st. ja2B-lm
ABCHI-lEOTtJ.
CH. BROWN, ARCHITECT, OFFICE, BRY
. son-BoDebrake block, 3d floor, rooms 4
and 43. J l *"
PFHSONAL.
jidS'T DISPOSE OF YOUK CA*T OFf
I 7 clothes until you try Vorris, who »l\vny.'
pays iull v ilue for gentlemen's clothing
orders by mail promptly attended to. Be sur<
t» look for sign. "MORRIS," 119 Commercia
street. 1* lm
TO HOUSEKEEPERi —14 LBS. GRAN
ulated or 16 lbs. brown sugar, $1; 4 lb?
'ice, 25c, 9 lbs. white beans 25c; starch, 4
packages, 25c; cau gasoline, 95c; coal oil, !>sc
Arbuckle coffee, 25.'; (iermea, 20c; 10 IbR
corn meal, 15c; new pickles, 10c quart; good
black or Japan tea. 35c; sack fl mr, $1.25
II cans fruit, 91; 0 lbs raisins or peaches
25c; 3 lbs prunes. 25c; 40 bars soap, $1;
bacon, 12c; hams, 13c; rork, 11c.
ECONOMIC GROCERY, 109-411 S. Spring St.
f4 lm
HE FO LOWING IS THE LIST Ot
children admitted into Ihe LO3 Angoles
Orphan Asylum since the last publication
D lores .fnramillo, Mary Jaramillo, Pauline
Glnou, whole orphans; Cecelia Cummings,
Elvira CaitilLin. Helena Voelker, Veronica
Meyers, Ethel Wilson, trudentia Lopez, Wil
helmlna Schlotter, Josephine Schlotter, Marie
Meicsdmitr-, Filomena Meicadar.tf, Angela
l J dillo, Laura fiamboa. SIsTER JOSEPHINE.
January 27, 1890. j.29-10t
\'OU DON'T HAVE TO BEG OR STEAL FOR
A you can borrow in sums to suit on collateral
security. KEF.FEK, 75 Hrysou blk. ja24 lm
T C. OLMSTED, MANAGER HOLLENBECK
»J • Bookstore, 114 VV. Second st ; s.- cet music,
10 cents. jnl4 1m
PI ALL ON R. S. COX, AT NO. 39 8. FORT
"y St, and examine the best Illuminator,
Heater and Cooker In the world. jalO tf
DIVORCE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE
freo. W. W. HOLOOMB, attorney's office.
11 West First-st.. rooms 10 and 11. J29-tf
PERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY
-1 body. How to make and save money.
Read ihe classified advertisements In the
llr.iiAi.r> daily. A few cents spent in an ad
vertisement may make thousands of dollars for
>ou. You ni'iy procure a situation; sell your
house and lot; rent your vficmt property; buy
a basing business or s'H to advantage; loon
your idle money or borrow cheaper than from
agents, and In a thousand different ways U'-e
these columns to advantage. On this page ad
vert'tements are ouly FIVE CENTS A LINE A
DAY.
„.,;-v;p-- : , 1, >8 ANMK'.ES UKl'lM
tiv«- Bn.-ea.l wi'.l f>i.-n:. Ii
th" ''"Gw reliable and expert dctcc
"'■''/IV *" l ''' UK t'> private persons on
ii short notice: we hivest-
igate all classes of crime;
locate missing parties; ob
ialrj evideuce In civil and criminal actions;
uid all other legitimate business attended to
with dispatch. All transactions strictly con
fidential; b ft, of references given when re
quired; t-rtns reasons'ile. Address all com
munications to THO3. MCCARTHY, Btltft ,
Room WiKiv- Block. f 's 1m
- 250 ACRES
j pasture for stock; (i board fence; no wire;
rms >3 a mouth; all stock at owners' risk
108 ROMERO, manager. ■a'iO-lni
r 08. SAl.El—Mlacelleiueona.
AND MILL ONE
I? of the b.:st on the Coast. In pay now and
,«s always paid. This is a bargain. C E.
INTMONY, Assayer, 28N. Spring st. f42t*
IHOR BALE —GOOD OPRIGHT PIANO;
C price, $125.00. Pacific loan co , 121K
5 Spring st. jal2tf
rnOH SALE, CHEAP—THE ENTIRE STOCK
P fixtures, furniture and lease of the Queen
!hoe-toreof Psasdena, Cal., :it a great sacri
[ice; the stock is ne,v and fashionable, having
beeu received from Eastern factories wiihiu
li c last two mouths, and bought for cash; will
-ell for ball invoice cost: tae store is nicely
fitted up, Is iv a good looatlon, witli suitable
furniture, koou saf,, and very low rent; this is
ispleidld chance for anyone wishing to ou
the busii ess; the proprietor being an
invalid, aed wholly unable to even supetintend
the business, is his otilv reasm for offering to
sell. Terms: +1,000 cash down, the balance
payable in tlx months, in equal monthly pay
ments, with approved notes bearing one per
cent, per mouth Interest until paid, or other
leans m;v be 'greed ou. Address M. G.
DAVENPORT,'.!:! '.'enter stre»t, Pasadena.
Pasad -tia,C:il . geh 3d. 1890. Mtf
BARGAINS IN UK ALi ESTATE.
FINE LOS AN
LT teles city resldeuco property to sell or ex
3nange for acreage n or Los Angeles city,
Orange, Riverside, Santa Ana. Anaheim o>
Uompton. Call or address JOHN LANG. Call
It once at Natic k House, Los Angeles city.
■Tin. 21 1800 [ j«22 tf
ErtK WALE—kiIVE BTWaK^^
i'kesh. h«itT
V it RICHARDSON, 117 Elmtra st. ja22lm*
til OK SALE-I'IG-<, COR. rtANTA FE AN,)
E Vernon aveuuo, or address J. W. HARRIS,
boxes'*, city. d 25 2m*
EIHICATIONAE.
OjT. VINCENT'S COLLEGE. GRAND AYE
i> nnrl v»a-hiugron st. Spring term begins
Monday, February 3d. f c2-lm
LSB MARSH'S SCHOOL—THE tjtONL
term i f this school begins Janrary 22d.
Increased accommodations give room for mon.
pupils iv both boarding au.l day school depart
meats. ianl7 lmo
CADEMY O* IMMACULATE HEART, PICC
Heights—Conducted by the Sisters of lm
maculate Heart. The scholastic year com
prises two se=sionsof five months each. Th<
ilrst session commoaces on the Ist of Sep
tember, aud second on the Ist of February
Pupils are received at any time during tin
year. Their session commences from the dati
of eutranco. For further particulars apply or
the premises, or at the Cathedral scho»l, Lo
Angeles st. The above house is the noi itialeo
the order. fl 5m
THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES. A'
Ramona, Cal., wi 1 open a Boarding and He
ltd Day Souool ou the 2d of January. Th
site of their institution is unequaled; th
• ours-of ins ruction is of the highest grade
For terms address SR. SUPERIOR, Conven
BID, lUmoua, Cal. j25-tf
I" OS ANGELES BUSINEBS COLLEGE ANI
J English Training School, 33, 40 and 42 s
Main st. Experienced teachers; coinplet
courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prln.
J22 tf
RS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER O
Singing, Piano aud Guitar. Snecial rate
to beginners. 337 Olive, near Fifth. j!stf
C(CHOOL OF CIVIL. MINING, MECHANICAI
& Engineering, Surveying, Architecf.r.
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILI El
723 Market it, San Francisco. dlO-arn
OODBORY'a BUSINESS COLLEGE
—AMD
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
150 South Spring Strost, Los Angeles. Cs
SESSIONS DAY ANS IVBNINa.
For paninulars, nail at offloe or address,
jM-It f.ll WOOnnnRV. Pr.tnenvO^
UENTIMI'Hi
TOIHURST, DENTIST, N. SPRING SI
rooms 2, G and 7. Hours, 8 to 5
Gold filling, fm 92 up. I Porcelain crowns, *
Silver or amalgam. SI. Gold crowu.ir&and yi
Plates, from S? to *10. 1 Extracting, 50c ; wit
gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty. j2O-
J)B.J.m.whitj., pK B ~ jqwnsen:
; — Dentistb,—
41 Sonth Spring street.
; Firstbulldingnorthof Brysou-Bonebrakobloc
Telophone 138. j!9 ti
G. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIFT, EHMOVJ
.to No. 31 N. Spring st., rooms 1 and
. Phillips block, Los Angeles, CaL }15ti
. 1882 established .„„„J*
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIR:
stß„ Wilson block; take elevator; Roo
f 30; teeth filled without pain; anaesthetic pt
. fectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done ai
- teeth extracted positively without pain. f4
? A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 28 3. «PRII
Bl etieet, Rooms 4 and 5.
Gold Alliums from *2 up. Amalgam and si U
■ flUings, iIT Painless oitraotion of teeth
i vltaliied all o* nitrons oilde gas, fl, T«
- extracted wittiout gas or alr.iSQ cents.
1 Best sets of teeth from SO to $10. By onr n<
method of making teeth, a misfit is lmpossib
- All work guaranteed.
Wo make a specialty of extracting teeth w!
~ oat pain.
Offloe Hoars from Ba. m., to 5 p.m. Bandi
2 from 10 a. m. to IS m. Evenings, 7p.m. b
p. m. 19-*
WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 5, 1890.
□ANTA EE ROUTE BTILL AHttAD OF AL
competitors, boih la time >.nd distance to
all points East. Special touri-t •xcurtions
Kan even- THURSDAY. For full information,
apply toor ad<lres3 any scent, or CI.AKKN' E
A. WARNER. Exc. Manager, 20 N Spring Uti
WINTER TRAVEL—PORTNTGHTLY TOUR
ist Excursions-Organized and conducted
by the Sonthern Paclnc Company, via the
Sunset Route, New Orloans Birmingham, Chat
tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston. New York,
Philadelphia aud intermediates.
Through servl' c of Pullman Tourist Sleepers.
Parties personally conducted by a Southern
Pacilic employe.
Sleepers have improved heaters for> light
cooking and tea and cuffeo.
Adjustable lunch tables iv every section.
Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th and 31st; Nov.
14th and 2Sth; Dec. 13th. 1»8.r, Jan 31, 17th
andßlst; Feb. 14th and 28th: March 14thand
28th; April ll;h and 25th. 1830.
For further information apply to any Agent
Southern Pacific Co , or to the General
senger Office, No. 200 S. Sprieg s\, Cor. Second.
Los Angeles, Cal. 0. 11. W ill IK, Ticket Agent;
J. M CRAWLEY. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T X,
GOODMAN, G. P. & T. A.; R G<»AY, Gen'l
Traffic HaT.i A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr.
JlB 3m
ROCK ISLAND ROUT"', FXCURSIONS VIA
Denver and Ri 'Grande R'y, "The f-cenic
Line of the World," leave Los Acgele:
every Tuesday via Suit. ake City aud Denver.
Pullmau Tourist Sleeping Cars, fully and
elegantly equipped. Solid Vestibule trains
between Denver, Kansas City, Council Biuffs
and Chicago. Magnificent dining aud free re
clining chair cars. For ra.es and sleeping
reservations, call or address F. W. THOMPSON.
Agent, 138 South Spring st. f2 11m
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS PERSONALLY
con'iucto* in Pullman tourist Oars to
New York and Boston. Office, 44 JSoith
Spring st. j27tf
WAITERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER
sonally conducted to all points East with
out chi'.'ige 11!) N Sn-ingst. j25 tf
FINANCIAL..
TO LOAN AT K. G. 1 UNT'S
TOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
Cor. First nnd Fort, Redick block, Los Ant.e'es.
Agent :or the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San F r ancisco. ja29-3m
PACIFItI LOAN MONEY
in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, ou pianos
without removal, diamonds, jewelry, SOAI
skins, bicje'es, horses, carriages, libraries or
any property of value; also ou furniture, mer
chandise, etc., in warehouse; partial payments
rteeived, money without de'ay; private offices
'or consultation; will cal if desired. W. K.
n~«HOOT Manager, rooms 14 and 15- No.
12-1K South Spring st. ja3o
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE,
ill d'amonds, watches, jewelry, pinno",
sealskins, live stock, cardans, bicycles, mort
gages, and all kinds of personal anil collat
eral security. 402 8. Spring. jlB-6m
ifONEY TO LOAN—IN LAKGE OR SMALL
i'l amounts on real Citato security, by
POHLHA.UB & SMITH, No. 28 N. Spring St.,
room 4. Fes lm
ONEY TO LO vN ON CITY AND COUNTRY
property, by GEO. 3. ROBINSON, 115 W.
First et, film
OHN H. HISE, LATK OF THE U~iß. BUR
ve\or General's office of Arizona; Arizona
and Mexico iv vestments. 4 South Wort ft,
Los Angeles. Cal., Room 3. ja 14 lm*
V.\T ANTED—SSOO, $1,000, $2,500: A 1
VV security; goi,d interest. ROOMS 71 VND
75, Bryson-Konebrake block. j i 2;. lm
terest. W. R. BURKE, 55
N. Spring st. jail lm
rjio LOAS\
$1,000 to Bonds, mortgages aud
dividend-paying stocks bought.
At tbe Main-street saving H»uk and Trust
Co. J. B. LANKER9HIM. President.
jl3-tf 326 S. Main -.t.
96K~iu i n<lA to loanltpon improv ed
Bj>OlfU«vyW city nnd country property;
lowest rates: loans made with dispatch. Ad
ifie.'s tho? Northern Counties Invostmeut Trust,
Ltd.. FRED. .7. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal.
W. PO'NDEXTER, 25 W. SECOND ST.—
, Loans on itood cltv or country property,
fl tt_
ONEY TO LOAH ON MORTGAGE—C. A.
SUMNER <fc CO.. 7 8. Fort St. j2O-tf
ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. I*
SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First st,, Room 13.
14 tf
Cl* 1 i\i iIItU i TO LOAN—A. J. VIKLE, 38
0 LUU-UUU 8. -priugst.. Room 4.
j3otf
A McC
j Room 10. over Low Angeles National B*nk,
Cornet First and Spring s reete.
Loan $50 to $50,000 on city and country prop
erty; buy notes aiiri mortgages; conservative
first mortgt-.gKs for sale. fcs-12ni
TtioNEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR-
M TIMER & HARRIS, attoruoyE-atOaw, 7?
■fff-T-'n block j 23M
PHISIOIAAa.
j women a specialty. S. spring St.,
Rooms 2 ana 3. Teleph ne, office, 79>i; r.s
idouce. 798. jU tf
DE. ELIZABETH FOLLANSHEE, HAS RE
turned IromtheEast. Office and residence,
240 3. Fort St. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m.
to 2:30 p. m J 124-tf
ItR. FRED R. FROST, 17 N. MAIN ST.,
i J.I Los Angeler. Specialty: Diseases of the
! Nose, Throat, aud Chest. Office hours, 10 to 12,
2 to 5, 7to 8 Tel: Ollice, 90; residence. 90.
t Residence, 1419 Temple st. il7
M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. 8., M. 0. P. 8.
.O. Specialist in diseases of the head.
? iiroat and chest, including the eye, ear and
• heart. Oxygen, compound oxygon, nitrogen,
i monoxide, aud other medicated inhalations,
) used in nil diseases of the respiratory organs.
. Office, 37 South Fort street, from 9 a. a. to
t 4p. M. f3
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN BT.
Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m ; 4 to 6 and
7 to 9 p. m. j2(i tf
3 TkR. DARLING OCULIST AND AUKIST
V Office 25 North Main, Office Hot.rs. 9a
- M to 4 P.M. ntt
I /! wTbURiTeIGH, M. V., 121 S. SPRING ST.
s IT. Specialties, diseases of women (medical
and surgical). Chronic diseases of stomach
and bowels. f3 tf
DR. E, THE UNIVER
sity of Berlin, treats all chronio diseases
successfully; diseases of tho sexual orf-'-us a
" •pjeolalty. Hours, Bto 10, 2t04,7 to 8. Room
15, Brysor-Bonebrake block. JSO tf
DR. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASE OF
women a specialty: rectal diseases
i treated by tho BriukorhofT Painless System;
office corner Main aud Seventh sts., Robart?
block. jlOtf
3. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RKBIDKNT
Surgeon to the Now York Hosnitr.l. 75 N.
- Spring st. Hours, 9to 15. 2to 5. Tel. No-1,026.
j24tf
~ TYB. 0. B. CLACIUB HAS BBMOVBB HIS
•■ V office from 75 N. Spring to 41 8 Spring st.
. Honrp from 11 A. M. to 2v. M, BpeolaltT—»»
ual sr d tiklc dlKe*soa, chronicdlseines'•t|B , 3n-
J- eraL ]MB .
ti f.R. CHAsTdE BZIGETHY. "OFFICE AND
- I) residence, 313 S. Main at. tf
3 I? A. DeIIAILHOI, M. D.-AT HIS BANI
-' JjJ. tariam, Posrl. south of Temple. Tele? icue
Sill f'-t''
t »■* fclil JLIS iS.
B™i^lH^kY7T^tcT'iiii pby SICmS]
.oor. Fort aud Bpriug streets Elfctrical
treatment, baths and massage 3 ■ J " t '
EP. HOY. M. D., OCULIST AND AP«IBT,
. treats tho eye and ear exclusively, •>■>.% «.
U Spring st. Hoars 10 c. m. to 4p. ni. «"« ' 'to
1 8 p.m. ]15« m
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r- 1) ELLEVUE LYING IN UOSl'lT.'. L IS NOW
id Jj open, under the management of Mrs. i>r. j
tf H. Smith Patients can have their M''' l c , '."t
rr physicians, and the best of care is given »10j
i.-l wifery asf cialty. 14.5 Kellevn" " v " i- M tt
er SiviDENIT~NO'I
th BO BIV-
U entv-two (72) for the quart. r ending Dep.
IW 31st, 1889, at the rate of sixteen (lb) per cent.
10. per annum, upon the capital stock of the Far
mers A Mercha its Bank of Los Angolos, ual ,
:h- has been declared by the Board of Direcrors
payable on and after Friday, Jan. 10th, 1890.
■ys Signed, H. J. FLEISHMAN, Secretary. Farmen
)9 di Merchants Bank of Los Angeles, Cal. _
! Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 6,1890. 1« 1™
U B.aALISSURY, M.D.. HOMULOFATHI6T.
p. Office, rooms 11 end 12. L. A. Baak build
ing, cor. First and Spring sta. Rosidouee, 538
8. Pearl st. OfTtBO hours, ll a. m. to Cp. m.
telephone Hob.: Offlro 537- lesidence 577.
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DRB. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring «., Los Angeles, (Jal. Offloe hours,
a to 12 m. ,1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. a. Dr. Born ton's
residence. 735 Olive st. j I9tf
TBAAO FELLOWS, M, I/.-HOMBOPATHIHT
1 Office Eohtr—ll to 12 a. v., 2to 5 p. m.,
Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building,
Los Angelss, Oal. Besldecoe 40M 3o*th Male
s trout. dB-tf.
nELOICH WOMAN'S BELIEF CORPS, NO.
U 22—Meets first and third Friday of each
month, at 2 p. m., ia Campbell's Hall, East Los
Angeles.
JOHN bTfINCH LODGE, I. O. G. T —MEETS
»J Tuesday evenings in Campbell's Hall, East
Los Angeles.
ATTWKNISI^S.
law, rooms 10 and 11, Bryson-Bonebrake
Block. jl7 lm
L. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY ~AND
. selor at law, 117 New High street, rooms
7 and 8, University Bank bailding, Los Angeles,
California. ja7-tf
M~~ AtThEW T. ALLEN; ATTORNEY, OF
flces, 20 and 27 Bryson-Bonebrake block.
bKORGZ H. Smith. Thomas L. Winbbk.
Hbnbt M. Smith.
LtMITH, WINDER & SMITH, ATTORNEYB
ty at-Law, will practice in ail tho State end
Federal Courts. Offices: Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4,
University Bank building, 117 New High st.,
Los Angeles. Cal. Telephone, No. 583 j!4tl
" "itsKU'rirSSi SOTKIB.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF LOS AN- J&
g»les Lodge, No. 42, F. & A.
will be held this Wednesday evening, yL Jk
Ftbruary sth, at 7:30 p. m., for cou-/^jr v
ferring the Second Degree. Sister lodges and
ab visltinf brethren are cordially mvi cd.
By order C. T. A. LAST, W M.
itOBBBT E. McGBBOOB, Secretary. fes-lt
«\f«;xioN H UUJBII.
W. E. BEESON'S
—GENERAL—
Unction andCoiiission House,
N05.119 and 121 W. SECOND ST.
eoromptory 82les of Now and Beoond-Hand
Furniture
TUESDAY, FEB. 4,
THURSDAY, FEB. 6,
SATURDAY, FEB.' 8,
At 10 A. m. and 2 p. St.
AUCTION BALK OF HORSES AND CAR
SIAGEB ON SATURDAYS.
MEN a. BHOAOBB. Auctioneer.
JOE POHEIM,
THE TAILOR,
Has Now a Genuine Clear
ance Sale.
Suits made to order from $20.
Pants made to order from $5.
Other garments in proportion.
This sale to continue for 60 days only.
Perfect fit ana best of workmanship guar
anteed or no sale.
49 and 51S. Spring St,
LOS AjsiG-KTjTCS. d?4-tf
EXCELSIOR
STEAM
LAUNDRY
BEST IN THE CITY
Office, 15 West Second St.,
TELEPHONE 3C(.
Work delivered to ell parts of the city.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Orange Land
IN THE FOOT HILLS OF SAN GABRIEL
VALLEY.
Experts say the finest orange land in Cali
fornia. Plenty of water.
Will sell a few 10 and 20-acre tracts to parties
who will improve, at a low price and liberal
terms.
See this before buying,
Money to loan on real estate in any sum.
Current rates.
$500 t'' $2,000 to loan on collateral for short
time, at 8 per cent.
NEUSTADT A PIBTLE,
27 W, Second st., Burdick block.
f4 lm
I BAKER IRON WOBKS.
54-2-64: Buena Vista St.
Los Angeles.
; Adjoining "nnthora Pacific %f>ien« , »,
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COCKLE'S
ANTI-BILIOUS
J PILLS.
The Great English Remedy.
' TJIOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION. ETC
. V Free from mercury; contains only pure
) Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANGLEY A
MICHAELS CO., San Francisco. d 2 d&wly
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Undertakers and Embalmers
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
TBLKFHONK NO. 209. ,
d7-tf ISO South Main Street. |
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GALLaOHFR & CUSsEN, j
; Undertake! Embalmers,
: " 207 E. First St. ie,ephone 1030.
Cheap Rent. Low Prices. It. will pay
>• parties requiting undertakers' goods to ex
s amine our etock before purchasing else
where. ja29-2m
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DEATH AND ACCIDENT.
A Carpenter's Legs Crushed
by Car Wheels.
A DUARTE DEAF MUTE KILLED.
Poisoned by Rough on Rats—A Boy
Falls Through a Htylight.
A Lime Hath.
About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
James Fitzpatrick, a carpenter in tbe
employ of the Southern California Rail
road Company, was engaged in making
some repairs on a car which was stand
ing on a switch near the First-street
depot. In order to reach the placo
which needed repairing, Fitzpatrick was
obliged to stoop beneath the car, and whi'e
he was in this position, another car wee
backed down the switch towards him.
Before he was aware of his danger, the
moving car had collided with the one on
which he was working, and he was
thrown to the ground by the concussion
in such a position that the wheels oi
both cars passed over his legs, crushing
them horribly. His cries brought some
of the employees, who had been unaware
of hie presence, to his assistance, aud he
was picked up and carried to the com
pany's dispensary, near the First-street
bridge. Drp. Morriaon and Wing were
summoned and hastened to hia aid; but,
owing to hie age and the critical condi
tioo in which they found him on their
arrival, consequent upon the terrible
, heck his system had sustained, it waß
considered unsafe to perform the opera
tion of amputating the injured limbs.
The hemorrhage wan stopped, however,
and every precaution taken to cave his
life, and his wife and family v»ere noti
fied of the accident. It was found upon
examination that the right leg was al
most severed just below the knee, while
the left limb was crushed and mangled
just above the ankle, and in addition the
patient had received other less severe
injuries, both internally and externally.
Mrs. Pitzpatrick and two of her
live children visited their unfortu
nate relative about 5 o'clock, at which
time there appeared to be but little hope
of hia recovery, and a most affecting
scene occurred. At 7 o'clock, however,
it was deemed necessary to amputate the
injured portious of tho limbs, and the
operation was performed, but the un
fortunate man succumbed to his injuries
at a few minutes bafore 11 o'clock lost
night.
Fitzpatrick was for some time on the
police force of this city under the Dircy
and Cuddy administrations, and was
universally esteemed by all who knew
him.
KILLED BY A TRAIN.
A Deaf .Mute Walked on tlte Wrong
Track.
Coroner Meredith held an inquest at
Monrovia yesterday morning upon the
body of Manuel Lopez, a native Califor
nian, about 55 years of age, who was
killed on Monday evening by being struck
by a freight train of the Southern Califor
nia Railroad Company, between that
place and Dnarte. From the testimony
of E. M. Wardall and E. B. Norman, two
farmers who reside at Duarte, it was
learned that while on thtir way home
from work about G o'clock on Monday
evening they passed Lopez, who was fa
miliarly termed "Dummy," on account
of his being a deaf mute. He was walk
ing along the track, about 10;) yards from
the Mountain avenue crossing, with his
head down, as if in deep thought. Afew
minutes after they had passed him, and
aB they turned up the avenue iv the
direction of their homes, they noticed a
freight train coming west towards
them, and as it did so the engi
neer sounded hia whistle for the
crossing. Almost immediately after
wards the danger whistle sounded three
times and the train pulled up sharply.
Bath witnesses and a laborer named L.
Haydeck ran back about 200 yards along
the track aud found the mute lying on
the south side of the track and about
sis feet from the rails. He was picked
up apparently lifeless, but after awhils
motioned with his left hand to indicate
that, he was hurt internally in the region
of the chest. The train was backed up
and the injured man conveyed iv the ca
boose to Monrovia, but af:er lingering for
a few hours he died. An examination
of the body was made and it was found
that several of the ribs were broken and
that the corner of the steambox had made
a hole in his left side in the region of
the heart, while his head was badly con
tused by the force of his fall after having
been struck by the train. The jury on
learning the facts returned a verdict in
accordance therewith, and exonerated
tbe employees of the railroad company
from all blame in the matter.
Lopez was highly esteemed by all who
knew him, and the ranchers in the vicin
ity of Monrovia preferred him to other
help on account of his honesty and faith
fulness, consequently he was able to se
cure better pay than the average laborer
for his services. It is not known whether
he was married or not.
ROUGH ON RATS.
Asa 1). Ei] mi foUom Himself Wblle
limuiie.
Immediately upon his return from
Monrovia yeaterday afternoon, Coroner
Meredith was notified of the death of
Asa D. Lynn, a young man reeiding
about a mile and a half from the end of
the Temple street cable road, from ar
senical poison, and at 7 o'clock last even
ing an inquest was held upon the body at
the undertaking parlors of Orr & Sutch.
From the testimony it waß learned that
the deceased, who was a married man
with two children, had been very de
spondent for some time past, and that
he was at times so irratioual that his rel
atives contemplated having him exam
ined by the Lunacy Commissioners with
. the view of having him committed to
, Stockton i eylum. They feared to do so,
however, lest his malady might be in
creased by such action. On Friday and
Saturday last, however, he became more
irrational than usual, and on Sunday
afternoon his brother, G. J. Lynn, who
resides near Ivanhoe, walked over
with his wife to see him. On
their arrival, about 4 o'clocs, they
Wsre informed by Mrs. Lyon
dasd
that her husbind was sick, and that she
Huspected that he had taken the contenta
of a box of "Bough on Hats," from the
fact that it was miesing from its place of
concealment over one of the windows.
They at once went into the house and
found the deceased vomiting and appar
ently suffering intensely; but when
questioned, he refused to allow them to
uo anything for him, or explain his
strange sickness. About 5:30 o'clock,
however, one of his children came into
the room and he became more rational
and appeared to realize his danger, for
he s ; ated that he had taken several
i-]))onfula of "Rougnon Rats." with in
tent to take his life. His relatives did
everything within their limited power to
assuage his sufferings, and he was fur
nished with sweet milk, whisky and
ginger brandy ; but as he appeared to be
come worse during the night, his brother,
who had been sitting up with him, came
to town fc r a physician about noon on
Monday. Or. 8. I). Chamlee, of Ann
afreet, was summoned, and on going out
a :'Out 2 o'clock in the afternoon, found
his patient suffering from arsenical
prisoning. He worksd upon him for
several hours, but informed the sick
man's relatives that there was little or no
hope of hia recovery, and although
another physician was called in ac 9
o'clock, ana every effort was made to
stimulate the patient, he expired at 11
o'clock on Monday night.
It was believed by his relatives that
Lynn's insanity was caused by his hav
ing been struck on the head with a club
by a drunken man in Portland, Oregon,
some seven years ago. The jury, on
hearing the facts as above recorded, re
turned a verdict to the effect that the
deceased, "Asa D. Lynn, a native of
lowa, 27 years of age, came to his death
on the 3d inst., from an overdose of
poison taken by himself with intent to
commit suicide."
A BOY'S FALL.
He Falls TUrougk a "ky light to the
liirouud Below.
Yesterday afternoon, between the
hours of 2 and 3 o'clock, a boy named
Waltsr Rule ; the 7-year-old son of Mrs.
J. T. Rule, tho proprietress of the Clin
ton block, on the coraer of Uppir Main
and Walters streets, was playing on the
roof of the building with a juvenile com
panion, when he fell through a skylight
into the hallway bslow, a distance of
nearly 20 feet. His playmate wa9 so
frightened by the accident that he at
once loft the place by the stairway by
which they had reached the roof, and
ran home wituous saying a word of what
had happened. The consequence was
that the injured boy lay uaable to move
or raise.an outcry for noarly an hour be
fore he was discovered. His mother
having missed him, instituted a
Bearch, and Mrs. Foster, one of the
boarders, happening to pass along
tho hallway where the child was,
found him lying in a pool of b!o od which
flowed from a na-ty cut over the left eye.
rla was picked up unconscious and car
ried to his mother's room and Dr. F. W.
Steddom was summoned to attend to
hia injarifts. It was found that in addi
tion to tho out on his fershead the child
had sustained severe internal injuries,
but the extent of these could not, be
ascertained last night. The probabili
ties are that the boy will recover.
felt in the Lime.
An unknown man, apparently in a
state of intoxication, was found lying on
ois face in a lime pit in front of a new
ouilding on the corner of LO3 Angelea
tnd First streets, about 7 o'clock last
evening, by Officer Rickenback. He
waß conveyed to the police station, and
Df. Morrison was Bummcnel to attend to
hi en, the slaked lime having got into hia
ayos, nose and mouth, causing terrible
suffering. Tne city physician, with some
difficulty, turned the man's eyelids in
side out and scraped the lime from the
syss, to which he subsequently applied
cocaine to allay the pain. The fellow's
mouth ani nose were also cleared of the
hurning lime, and he soon afterwards
fell asleep from the effects of his intoxi
cation. The physician, however, ex
pressed it as his opinion that the man
will in all probability loss hia sight from
the effects of the lime upon the eyeballs
and lids.
The Sewage In I lorencc.
Mr. C. A. Conklin, who owns a farm
at Oompton, met a Herald reporter on
the streets yesterday, and proceeded to
sxplain how much he and his neighbors
are suffering because of the excess of
water being run on their land in the
shape of sewage. Two large ditches de
bouch on the lands above them, and the
stream of sewage flows all over the
jouniry. After Buch rains as those of
the past two months there is little use
for artificial irrigation. These Compton
lands are damp naturally, and do not at
any time need irrigation. As matters
ire now they are being rendered useless
by this excess of fluid. The stream
mould bo directed to more porous soils.*,
Amusements.
A very fair house was present at the
Los Angeles Iheater last night to laugh
tt the absurdities of Augustin Daly's
play, -1 Night Off. "Snap" the theatri
;al manager, with the Edwin Booth
make-up, and the "Professor," who had
written a tragedy eurreptitouely, are fa
miliar features on the since they
ippeared here a year ago. It will be
repeated tonight and will be replaced
:omorrow by The Arabian Night.
The Grand is but will open to
light with a new ploy by Clay M. Green,
Hans the Boatman. In Chispa, The
'J olden Giant, and other plays, Mr.
ireen's work is well known here. The
jompany playing Hans the Boatman is
eported to be a capable one.
Fewer Bond Election.
The City Council will hold en ad
ourned meeting this morning, at which
be special business will be the pasting
f the ordinances fixing the time for the
lections for the Bewer bonde. It is the
ntention to arrange matterß so that the
lections will fall somewhere about the' I
d, 4th and 51b. of March, and it is sair ■
his can be done if the ordinances ar .
igned promptly.
Pullman rainacers. f,i
The following passengers departeu'Stor
be north yesterday at 1:40 p. m.: Mrs.
lethell, R. H. Hasty, C. C. Reynolds,
~ J. Rose, C. F. Longstreet, Miss M. W.
>lney, Helen Lewii, A. G. Field, H. A.
lolmes, L. M. Coombs, B. H. V pshaw,
'. P. Morria, Mrs. A. Falk, E. T. V»n
lorn, M. Langsted.

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