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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
v(Ji_. XXXIII.—INO. 129 AMUSEMENTS. I <ttANtl OPERA HOUSE. U H. 0. Wyatt. Lessee and Manager. R. 8. Douglas, Associate Manager. TONIGHT ! TONIGHT I TONIGHT I TONIGHT ! TONIGHT I Matinees Wednesday aud Saturday. W. S. CLEVELAND'S M MAGNIFICENT M A 50 GREAT ARTISTS 50 • V The Original, The Only, The Great, N JE WILLIS P. SWEiTNAM, S It WILLIS P. SWEATNAM. T JL Fat and Fuuuy. It V BILLY RICE. BILLY RICE. I. 15 THE JAPS 15 L Twenty Thousand Dollar First Part » VENETIAN NIGHTS. A Truly Grand Performance. LAST PERFORMANCE ! SUNDAY NIGHT I SUNDAY NIGHT ! H. W. Semou Business Manager. P. S. Mattox General Agent. LOS ANGELES THEATER. McLain & Lehman, Lessees and Managers. A MUSICAL EVENT I TWO NIGHTS ONLY. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. . COMMENCING TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 1890. Engagement of the Famous : Mendelssohn Quintette Club : OF BOSTON. Reserved seats on sale Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, at the box office. fe}.3-td LOB ANGELES THEATER. McLain & Lehman, Ljtsees and Managers 3-NIGHTS—3 3-NIGHT3-3 And Saturday Matinee. COMMENCING FEBRUARY 20TH. .Engagement of the World-Famed HYER9 SISTERS, In the Great Musical Comedy-Drama OCT OF BONDAGE! Ob, Before and after the War. Written by Rev. Joseph Bradford, of Boston. A comedy of absorbing interest, sparkling with old-timo juMlee music and portrayals of negro characte istics, presented by the great eat and most refiued company of Colored Comedians and Singers, Popular prices, 25c, 50c. 75c and $1; matinee prices, 25 and 50c. Reserved seats now on Eale. fels td JTAZARD'S PAVILION. STATE CITHCS FAIR OPENS MARCH 11TH, Continues Through tho Week. premiums: CASH-J2,500-CABH CASH—S2,SO0 —CASH The Finest Display of Citrus Fruits in the World. NEW AND UNIQUE DECORATIONS. Attractive and Pleasing Entortainments. APrLY FOR PREMIUM LIST. Secretary's Office, Chamber of Commerce Rooms, 227 X West First street. F. EDWARD GRAY, fel6-3t Secretary and Superintendent. fJIURNVEKEIN HALL. : GRAND MASQUERADE BILL . GIVEN BY THE TURNVEREIN GERMANIA BATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 22, 1890, Tho Turnverein is determined to make this the greatest and most elegant masquerade bail ever given in Los Angeles. admission: Masks, a person 50 Cents Spectators, eaca $1.00 Members ol the Turnverein, with one lady iree. Every subsequent lady, 50c. Tickets for maskß and spectators can be had ot the following committee: J. KUHRTB E. NOLLAC F. KREMPEL R. KKOUN i CHAS. VOELKER C. JACOBY F. VOELCKER C. ROHDE J. ZENS L. WINTER E. ENTEMANN can be had at reasonable prices, from Monday n-xt, every evening irom 7:30 to 9 o'clock p. in., at the meeting room of lurnverein hall. felO-td ILLINOIS HALL, Fort and Sixth Streets. SOCIAL. AND ENTERTAINMENT, By the Illinois Association, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 218 T. Vocal Music, Wilson's Family Orchestra, etc, etc. scenes from "Macbeth," by Mrs. Cary aud others. To conclude with the amusing shadow pantoinlne. "HUMPTY DUMPTY," Produced under professional management. Admission, to cover expenses, only ten cents. Illinois Hall and offices to let. ANTB, FjSJUSONALS, AND OTHER AV vertisementa under the following heads in terted at the rate of 5 cents per me for each insertion, or fl a line per month. LOST STRAYED— OLD BLACK HORSE, WHITE face; marked \B on left hip; from comer Eighth aud S*n Pedro streets, February 14th; finder will rec sive reward. J. BRESOVIC H. f elB- lOt (IAME TO THE NEWHALL RANCH, ONE j black horse, branded "N' on the left hip; owner can have same by paying expenses. Apply to J. J. ARNOTT, Supt., Newhall, cal. fe!4-7t« SPECIAL NOTICES. C~ : j Punctual attendance from 11 a. m- to 6 p. m. Old Wilson Block, First and Sprluir, ro -mn 34 and 35. f 16 7t» THE LADIES OFIMMANUEL PRESBYTER lan Church will serve hot lunch each day for five days, beginning Febrnary 18. from 11:30 to 2:30, at the Crocker building, 216 S. Fort st. Bill of fare changed daily. Business men will receive prompt attention f!6 7t ELA HIL . 81OCK FARM — 250 ACRES pasture for stock; 6 hoard fence; do wire; terms, #3 a month; all stock at owners' risk JOE ROMERO,'manager. <a29-lm wanted—male bblp< AJ^TED—aJJ for the French paper, Le Prog res: large com Isalon. _felB_ti_ T E D-tV inTI7EIIELK IWIBH TO EMPLOY ON salary, to take charge of my business at their homes; light, very fatcinatlng and healthful; wages $10 por week; referenoe given; good pay for part time. Address, with stamp, MRS. MARION WALKER. Louisville, Ky- se27 fri£tu6m PONY; j\ strong, sound and gentle; will pay $20 or $25. Address "W. T.," box 40, this office. _________ fe!4-tf WANTED— 100 POUNIS OF CLEAN, cotton rags; will pay 2 cents a pound in small lots. Apply at THIS OFFICE, fe9-tf ANTED—PICTURES TO FBAMI/ AT Burns' Music Store, 152 S. Main st. fltf TO EXCHANGE—CHOICE EASTERN Es tates, for property in or near Lob Angeles. Address OWNER, box 80, this office. fel2 71* TO EXCHANGE—PASADENA PROPERTY, clear of incumbrance now valued at $3,500 (about one-half former price), lies well above street, has 360 feet frofge; small house; 11 kinds fruit, besides many flowers; is all fenced in; waa bought for home 3 years ago, and has been well cared for; is 10 minutes from center of town; close to leading street and car line; we'd exchnngft for ranch, improved ornn impi ived, and pay tome cash. Address OWNER, 12 S. K&ymona aye , Pasadena, Cal. ja3l-lm mO HOUSEKEEPER. — SUGAR, 18 LHB. X browu or 14 lbs. white. $1; 4 lbs. rice, sago or tapioc*. 25c; 11 ibs, white beans. 25c; staroh. 4 packages 25c; Arbnckle coffee, 25c; germea, 20c; pickles, 10c a qt.;lo lbs corn meal, 15c; good black or Japan ten, bsa;cau gisolme, 95c; coal oil, 05c; sack flour, 80c; 10 cans salmon $1;3 oaus coru or tomatoes, 2_>c; 11 cans fruit $1; 6 lbs raisins or prunes, nectarines, f c a lb; jams and jellies, 10c a glass; 40 bars soap, $1; bacon, 12c; hams, 13c; Pork, 10c. ECONOMIC SIOKES, 509-511 8. Springst. f4lm DON'T DISPOSE OP YOUR CAsT OFF clothes until you try Morris, who always pays lull viluh for g.ntlemeu's clothing. Orders by mail promptly ntteuded 10. Be sure to look for sign. "MORRIS," 119 Commercial ■treet, it im YOU DON'T HAVE TO BEG OR SIEAL rOK x you can borrow iv sums to suit on collateral security. EEEFEB, 75 Bryson blk. ja24 lm IVOROE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office. i* V>estFlrst-st- rooms 10 and 11. J29-tf DERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVEKY * 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. You may procure a situation; sell your house and lot; rent your vacant property; buy a pa' ing business or s-.-ll to advantage; loan your idle money or borrow cheaper than from agents, and in a thousand different ways use these columns to advantage. On this pag« ad vertisements aro only FIVE CENTS A LINE A DAY. irt<ga|fr LOS ANGELES DETEC- tivu Bureau will furnish wB_WE_*%Sfk_~ rena ble and expert deteo "*frgT3fc>SL - fives to private persons ou $ f -'"' rt notice; we invest '*Q££gjer igate all classes of crime; locate missing parties; ob tain evidence ln civil and criminal actions; and nil other legitimate business attended to with dispatch. All transactions strictly con fidential; bBBi of references given when re quired; tfrms Address all com munications to thos. McCarthy, supt., Brwtn 3S,Wilson Block fes lm r«H salK-Miii rroperty. FOR SALE — GOOD HOUSE, BARN, HEN house, one-half acre set to trees, Jersty cow, and 40 hensj for $1,800; easy terms. 516 DOWNEY AYE., East Los Angeles. fel4-2w* OK 8 ALE—2O ACRES FINE ORANGE land, on Bueua Vista street, in the center of Duarte, with 17 Bhares of water; 10 acres in oranges, apricots, apples, French prnnes snd other trees in full beaiing; house of 5 rooms; a bargain at $7,000; terras easy. RUDDY & BURNS, 34 N. Spring St. feB-lm OR HALE—BARGAIN, MUST BE SOLD, 5-rooru cottage on Blame street, near Tenth. luquiro of DR. DOLE. 20 8. Fort st. fe2 lm OR S.LE—NEAR FIFTH STREET AND San Pedro, nice, modern cottage of 5 rooms; price, $3,500, $500 cash, bilance longtime. Address BARGAIN, box GO, tiiis office. ja3l-lm luu ttAJiU —Country rroperty, FOR BALE—S ACRES GOOD ALFALFA land near city limits, ou the north; plenty o( water; good place for cows or hogs; price $2,500. $I,oooOath, balaucain 1 year. Apply to ,l. W. POTTS, or address STATION C, box 543. fels-lm OR SALE—CHOICE FARM P ROI'ERTY, in tracts of 5 to 40 acres each, on line of new Redondo railway, about 4 miles east of Redondo Beach, the probable tor minus of the Union Pacific rally ay; long time and easy pay ments to ac.ual -Jttlers Cull on or address UNION LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, rooms 5 and (i Stowell block. ja3o-lm OR S kLE—ORANGE LAND IN "aZUSA; notice in another column; the subdivision of a 180 acre anch into 10-acre places: long time and low prices. By HUMPHREYS & BIQgTNj 20 S Spring ft. ja2B-lm I'iik ki-;N r. X.IOR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO. PACIFIC JJ Loan Co.. 124}_ 8. Springst. flO-tf OR RENT — ONE BLACKSMITH SHO~, with m nt cottage for residence, in old San Bernardino, on Redlands motor road, near junotion of Santa Fe R. R ; onttage consisting of 4 rooms, with summer kitchen; a good pav ing busln-ss;' rent $15. Apply to ANSON & VAN LEUVEN, P. 0. b:x 353, San Bernardino, Cal. feKl-tf FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS, SUJT able f r light housekeeping; Norton block corner Sevetita aud Hill; finest location in the city, reasonable rates. fe9-lm OR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED AND UN furuished rooms, for light house-keeping, at the Alameda block, cor. Commercial aud Alameda sts., opp. Commercial-street depot, at the lowest rates. fe7lm* FjM)R RENT—NICE, SUNNY, UNFURNISHED reoms, for light house-keeping. Apply to MRS. A E. ADAMS, 46 and 48 Buena Vista tt ja2B lm ' _ HUH. : FOR RENT—HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS, HALL bath, lawn; in good condition; on Twelfth st. WM. L. DnVAN, 215 W. First St., room 1. fe!B-2t» IjlOR RENT —HOUSE OF 5 RO >MS, WITH ! bath; on Girard st. WM. L. DeVaN, 215 W. First St., room 1. felB-2t* OK RENT—RESID-NCB, NO. 31 SOUTH Grand aye. Call in rear of lot; call before 12 m. fe9lm OR RENT—HOUSES aL~L OVER THE CITY. C A. SrtMNER <fc CO.. 7S. Fort st. FlO tf B UUNBM CMAH VMS 1 worth looking after. Inquire 516 DOWNEY AYE,, East Los Angnles fell-2 w FOR SALE—A BUTCHER SHOP; DOINO good business. COR. FIRST AND ALA MEDA STB. le2-lm« FOR SALE—A FINE BUSINESS; CENTRALLY located; price, $1,200 cash. Address CASH, P. O Box 3,156, city. ja3o-tf GUARANTEE TO LEND MORE FOR IeBS security than any one iv city; $10 and up. KBWFER. 75 Bryson block ja24-lm BARUAINH IN HE 41. ESTATE. Qf\ ACRES FINE ORANGE LAND AT A OVJ great bargain; price, including water, *150 per acre. This land is highly improved. Will take part payment in Imp oved city prop erty. G 8. ROBINSON, 215 W. First street. fl5 6t GIREAT 3ARGAIN—VERY FINE LOS AN IT geles city residence property to sell or ex cnange for acreage u-sr Lob Angeles city, Orange, Riverside, Santa Ana, Anaheim or Compton. Call or address JOHN LANG. Call at ouce at Natick House, Los Augeles city. Jnn. 21 1890 J«22 tf I'OB SALE—LIVE STOCK.. FOR SALE—DAIRYMEN AND ALL WUH ing the best stock, should see the 1, 2 and 3-year-old, fine graded Durham heifers ou the Luimna ranch; there are no b 'tter milch cows in the cauntry. and they can be depended upon to give perfect satisfaction. Apply at FARM HOUSE Laguna ranch, or address LAGUNA FARM CO., P. O. bjx 1228, city. fel6-lm OR BALE—SISO; A FINE~TEAM OF SMALL horses, gentle enough for lady to drive. PACIFIC LOAN CO , 124... S. Spring St. « felS-tf OR SALE—C -RLOiD OF FRE3H MILCH cows. Inquire at IX L STABLE. 8. Main st„ bet. Eighth and Ninth fel4-7t* FOR B*LE-12 l!0*S, ALL FRESH. HART A RICHARDSON, 117 Elmlrajt. ]a22lm-; FOR SALE—PIGS, OOR.T SANTA FE AND Vernon avenue, or address J. W. HARRIS, box 469. city. d 25 2m» DENTISTS* N. SPRING ST., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Hours, 8 to 5 Gold filling, fm $2 up. I Porcelain crownß, $5. Silver or amalgam, SI. Gold crown,ss and up. Plates, from $4 to $10. I Extracting, 500 ; with gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty. j2O-tf R. J. M. WHITS. ' DR. E. L. TOWNSEND, —Dsntistb,— 41 South Spring street. First b nllding north of Bryson-Bonebrake block Telephone 138. j!9 tf G. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVE . to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and Phillips block. Los Angeles. Cal. flstf_ 1882 ESTABLISHED 188 1 DR. L. W. WILLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRBI sts., Wilson block; take elevator; Room 36; teeth filled without pain; anasatbetloper fectly harmless; »11 k'Tidsof dentistry done and teeth extracted positively without pain. 14 tf TUEbDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18. 1890. SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALi. competitors, both in time and distance to ail poiuts East. Special tourist excursions Ran every THURSDAY. For full information, apply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A. WARNER, Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring __ ITI7INTER TRAVEL— FORTNIGHTLY TOUR ¥ ¥ Ist Excursions—Organized and conducted by the Southern Pacific Compauy, 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 Sonthern Pacific employe. Sleepers have Improved heaters for light cooking and tea and cufifee. Adjustable lunch tables ln every section. Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th and 31st: Nov. 14th and 28th; Dec. 13th. 1889; Jan. 3d, 17th and 31st; Feb. 14th and 28th: March 14th and 28th; April llth and 25th, 1890. Tor further Information apply to any Agent Southern Pacific Co., or to the General Pas senger Office, No. 200 S. Spring Cor. Second. Los Augeles. Cal. C. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J. M.CRAWLEY. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T.H. GOODMAN, G. P. A T. A.; R. GRAY, Gen'l Traffic M«r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr. f!5 2m ROIIK ISLAND ROUTE EXCUBSIONB VIA Denver and Rio Grande R'y, "The Soenic Line of the World," leave Los Angeles every Tuesday via Bait Lake City and Denver. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, fully and elegantly equipped. Solid Vestibule trains between Denver, Eansas City, Council Bluffs and Chicago. Magnificent dining and free re clining chair cars For rates and Bleeping reservations, call or address F. W. THOMPSON. Agent, 138 South Spring st. f2 11m PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS PERSONALLY comtneted ln Pullman tourist cars to New York and Boston. Office, 44 North Spring st. 127 tf WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER sonally conducted to all points East wlth ont change. 119 N Spring st. j25 tf FINANCIAL. TO LOAN AT R. G. LUNT'S TOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY, Cor. First and Fort, Redick block, Los Augeles. Agent lor the GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN 80r:iETY, of San Francisco. ja29-3m 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, blcycleß, horses, carriages, libraries or any property of value; also on furniture, mer chandise, etc., in warehonse; partial payments received, money without delay; private offices for consultation; will cal if desired. W. E. (»:<; root, Manager, roous 14 and 15. No. 124}$ Sonth Spring st. ja3o MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles, mort gages, and all kinds of personal and collat eral security. 402 8. Spring. flB-6m MONEY TO LOAN—IN LARGE. OR SMALL amounts on real estate seourity, by POHLHAUB <St SMITH, No. 28 N. Springst., room 4. Fes lm MONEY TO LO\N ON CITY AND COUNTRY property, by GEO. S. ROBINSON, 215 W. First st, 14 lm WANTED— $500, $1,000, $2,500: A 1 security; good interest. ROOMS 74 AND 75, Bryson-Ronebrake block. ja2t-lm IJIO LOAN. $1,000 to $100,000. Bonds, mortgages Mid dividend-paying stocks bought. At the Main-street Savings Bank and Trust Co. J. B. LANKERSHIM, President, f 13-tf 326 8. Main st. <BtPUMk AAA T0 LOAN UPON IMPROVED ©»Jlr\",UUv' city and country property, lowest rates; loans made with dispatch. Ad dress the Northern Counties Investment Trust, Ltd., FRED. J. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal. RW. POINDEXTER, 25 W. SECOND ST.— , Loans on good city or country property, fljtf MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE-O. A. BUMNER & CO.. 78. Fort St. j2O-tf ' MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L. . SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First St., Room 13, f4 tf 81 OH AAH TO loan-a. j. viele.3B JDIUU.UUU S. Spring Bt., Room 4. j3otf CRAWFORD A McCREERY, Room 10, over Los Angeles National Bank, Corner First and Spring Streets. 1 Loan $50 to $50,000 on olty and country prop erty; buy notes aud mortgages; conservative first mortgages for sale. fes-12m MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR- i TIMER A HARRIS, attbrneys-at-law, 78 , Temple biook j22tf PUINICIAHN. ~ 1 licentiate of Keutucky; been in successful ] practice many years in this city in diseases of wvmeu; new method of treatment. Office South Fort St., corner Fifth. fels-tf CHAS. W. BRYSON, M. D. —DISEASES OF I women a specialty. 44% 8. Spring St., Rooms 2 ana 3. Telephone, office, 796; res idence. 798. jlltf DR. EIIZABETH FOLLANSBEE, HAS UK turned from the East. Office and residence, ' 240 S. Fort st. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m. ' to 2:30 p.m. j24-tf DR. FRED R. FROST, 17 N. MAIN ST., , Los Angeles. Specialty: Diseases of the Nose, Throat, and Chest. Office hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 5, 7to 8. Tel: Office, 96; residence. 96 1 Residence, 1419 Temple Bt. fl7 M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., M. O. P. 8. < ,O. Specialist ln diseases of the head, throat and chest, including the eye, ear and heart. Oxygen, componnd oxygen, nitrogen, monoxide, and other medicated Inhalations, used in all diseases of the respiratory organs. . Office, 37 South Fort street, from 9 A. m. to - tr.it. i 3 DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN ST, Office hoars: 11 to 12 a. m.; 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. 126 tf DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIBT I Offloe 25 North Main St. Offloe Honrs. 9 a m. to 4r. M. f ltf-dAw > j /I W . BURLEIGH, M. D., 121 8. SPRING ST. . IT. Specialties, diseases of women (medical : and surgical), Chronio diseases of stomach 1 and bowels. f3 if DR. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF women a specialty; rectal diseases treated by the Brinkerhoff Painless System; office corner Main and Seventh -sts., Bobarts block. fl6-tf DH. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT 3argeon to the New York Hospital. 75 N. Spring It. Honrs, 9 to 12, 2 to 6. Tel.No. 1,026, j24tf T.R. 0. B. CLAOIUB HAS REMOVED HIS U offloe from 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Spring St. Honrs from 11 A. M. to 2P. M, Specialty—Sex ual and akin diseases, chronio diseases in gen- j 24tl DR. CHAB. DE BZIGETHY. OFFICE AND residence. 313 3. Main st. Telo. 1.056 tf UomUOVATHISTS. hnmceepathlst; office, 130 8. Bpring »ti hours, 10 to 12 a. in. and 2to4p. m. fel-3m 8.8 ALIBBURY, M. D.. HOMUtOPATHIHT. • Offloe, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build ing, cor. First and Spring sta. Residence, 538 S. Pearl at. Offioo honri, 11 a.m. to Sr. M. Telephone Nos.: Offloe 597; residence 677. jB4M 88. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N. Spring at., Los Angeles, Cal. Office honri, 8 to 12 X., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. K. Dr. Boynton's residence. 735 Olive at ■ j 19tf ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D,--HOMEOPATHIBT Offloe Honrs—ll to 12 a. at. 3to 5 ». m., Office—Not. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building, Loe Angeles. Oal. Residence 408 Soath Main BtTHSt. tfj-tf. CIELCICH WOMAN'SBSLIBT 00BP8, NO. T 22—Meets first and third Friday of each month, at 2 p. m., in Campbell's Hall, East Los Angelea. JOHN B. FINCH LODGE, I. O. G. T— Tuesday evenings in Campbell's Hall, East Los Angeles. CI H. BBOWN, ', ton-Bonebrake block, 3d floor, rooms 42 and 48. f 14 tf specialists. opened an office on Tort «treet (Ko. 130) vet First and Becond, where ln the future he will attend to pa ients in person. Specialist eye, ear, throat and chroni" diseases. felB-lm A B. LANGLKY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAnT ,001. Fort and Spring streets. Eleetrioai treatment, baths and massage ]30tf EP. HOY, M. AND AURIBT. . treats the eye and ear exclusively, 39U N Springst. Honrs 10 a. m. to 4p. m. and 7 to ft P-m- jls 5m BELLEVUE LYING-IN HOSPITAL IS NOW open, under the management of Mrs. Dr J a. Smith. Patients can have their choice of physicians, and the best of care is given. Mid wifery a specially. 145 Bellevue aye. 128 tf E D C CATIOMAL, T&K SIBTJ.MS or THE have opened a boarding and select day school at Ramons, Cal ; the site of the institu tion is unequaled; the course of instruction is »f the highest grade. Address for terms SR. SUPERIOR. j2i-llm QT. VINCENT'S COLLEGE. GRAND AYE. 6 and Washington st. Spring term begins Monday, February 3d. f e2-lm ACADEMY O S 1 IMMACULATE HEART, PICO Heights—Conducted by the Sisters of Im maculate Heart. The scholastic year com prises two sessions of five mouths each. The first session commeuces on tho Ist of Sep tember, and second on the Ist of February. Pupils are received at any time during the year. Their session commences from the date of entrance. For further particulars apply on the premises, or at the Cathedral school, Los Angeles st. The above house is the no l itiate of toe order. fl 5m 108 ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND i English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 S. am st. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. ' 188 tf MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF Singing, Piano and Guitar. Special rates ■ beginners. 337 Olive, near Fifth. jlstf QCHOOLOF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL, _5 Engineering, Surveying, Architecture, ■rawing, Arsaylng. A. VAN DEB NAILi EN, 783 Market St., San Francisco. flO-lm WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND— V », SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 'oath Spring Streat, Log Angeles, Oal HB&STONS DAT AND JSYENIN9. For particulars, oall at office or address. , s2O-1t F. O. WOODBURY. Prinnln*! BL. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUN , selor at law, 117 New High street, rooms 7 and 8, University Bank building, Los Angeles, California. f7-tf Geobgb H. Smith. Thomas L. Winder. SMITH, WINDER A SMITH, ATTORNEYB -at-Law, will practice in all the State and Federal Courts. Offices: Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4 University Bank building, 117 New High st.. Los Angeles. Cal. Telephone. No. 583 j 14t, ABSTRACTS. pany of Los Angeles, N. W. oor. Franklin and New High streets. f 17-9 m THE SECURITY TITLE INBURANCE AND Abstract Co. of So. Cal. , 40 N. Soring St.. T-onmc 4. 5 and 6. fl7-t,f DRESS ntKEKii M" slimTkellThsrliS block. Rooms 10 and 11, cor. Spring and Third sts. ]a 22 lm ASSiA V KKN. , ogist, 28 North Spring Stieet; gold and ••jjvpr assays, $1.00 each; character test, gratis; P t.-tii'.uiar attention given rare ores and minerals, cements, gypsum, limestones, clays, fel6 m AR ■ 'f. OH t AND JIUXICO LANDS. JOHN H. HISE. LATE OF THE U S. BUR veyor General's office of Arizona; Arizona aud Mexico investments. 4 South Fort st, los Angeles. Cal.. R>niri 3, fel4-lm* MISCELLANEOUS!. DENaIST , 23 South Spring St. (new number 119U), first stairway below the Nadeau hotel. FILLINGB. Gold filling $2.00 to $10 00 Hold alloy filling 1.50 to 500 White filling for front teeth.... 1.00 to 2.00 Silver or amalgam filling 1.00 CROWN AWD BBIUIiE WORK. Gold and porcelain crowns.. .$ 5.00 to $10.00 Teeth with no plate 10.00 to 15.00 ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Gold plate?, Ist quality $30.00 to $40.00 Silver pates, Ist quality 20.00 to 30.00 Rubber plates, Ist qtitllty 10.00 R»bber plates, 2d quality 8 OO Rubber plate?, 3d quality 6.C0 EXTRACTING IBETH, With vitalized air or gas $1.00 Witti cocaine appliea to gums 1.00 Begular extracting 50 Regulating and treating teeth anf gums and other operations at lowest pricei. All work guaranteed. Office hours from 8 a. m. to 5:30 p.m. Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. sB«lr-All parties having work done In this office this month will teceive 20 per cent, discount on the above prices. ADAMS BRO3. Dentists, 23 South bpring St., next to Nadeau hotel. Be sure you see the name "Adams Bros., Dentists," on the door. fe9 12m Raisin Vineyard Property, Improved and unimproved estate of George A. Cowles, El Cajon Valley, San Di«go County Cal. Some of the property now pioduciugthe finest raisins grown in California. Also forty acres deciduous fruit ranch. Improved lands, $250 to $300 per acre. Raisin packing-house ou property, which cost $4 000. Unimproved lands, $25 to $100 tier acre; also fine orange laud in Eagle Rock Valley and Glendale. Inquire of M. G. McKOON, fe9lm 5 South Fort St. ORANGE PACKERS ATTENTION! ORANGE WRAPPERS In red, white and blue tissue, sizes Bxlo, lOx 10 and 10x12. For sale by GEO. W. COOKE A CO., Wholesale Paper Dealers, 209 N. Los Augeles Btreet, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 679. foB-lm The springs Finest Mountain Hotel and Health Resort ln Southern California. Two Thousand Feet Above tbe Sea. ' A complete change of climate from that of Los Angeles, Free from Frost, Fog, Dust, Mud, Malaria, Fleas and Mosquitoes. Wonderful Hot Mineral Waters The Arrowhead Hotel and Hot Springs have a rare combination of advantages as a winter resort. In respect to location, scenery and climate they are unsurpassed The mineral waters are as good as any in the world. The hotel accommodates 150 guests, and is flrst clatß in every respect. No pains are spared to make it home-like, restful and attractive. For full particu lars and descriptive circulars, write to the manager. Address, Wm. M. TISDALE, Arrowhead Springs, a 24 3m Bam Bernardino Cqunty.Cal, COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. Tbe Great English Remedy. FOB. LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION. ETC Free from mercury; contains only pare vcgetßWe"lngredients. Agonts, LANGLEY A MIGHAELB CO., San rranelaco. d 2 dAwly A NOTABLE EVENT. The New England Grocers Visit the City. CORDIAL WELCOME GIVEN THEM. The Banquet in the Evening I —A Very Pleasant Affair—Some of the Speeches. In spite of the rain there were twenty two carriages at the Santa Fe depot yes terday morning at half-past 9 waiting to convey the visiting grocers and produce dealers about the city. They came in on the train from Raymond to the num ber of about sixty, and arrived in tbe city at 9:55. Most of the carriages which were waiting were private equip ages, owned by prominent citizens, who braved the inclement weather to show hospitality to the visitors. A procession of carriages was formed, with Captain Barrett in the lead. The route taken was through the principal streets of the city and also into the hand somest residences. After they had driven about for some time, one detach ment of the party, about a dozen in num ber, separated from the rest and drove over to Boyle Heights to the residence of ex-Mayor W. H. Workman. Here they were shown through the winery and entertained in an appropriate fashion. At a little after noon the carriages all drove back to the Nadeau and the guests spent the remainder of the day at the hotel receiving friends. In the evening a banquet was tendered the visitors by the Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade at the Nadeau hotel. There were about one hundred ladies and gentlemen gathered in tbe parlors and hall, of whom more than half were of the party of visitors. An hour was spent in conversation and in listening to the music which was fur nished by a string band in attendance. At 9 o'clock Mayor Hazard and Mrs. Hazard led the way into the dining hall, followed by the company. The musi cians took up a position in a side room and played popular airs between the speeches and while the supper was being served. 4 The Nadeau management did itßelf credit in a well se lected cold collation, with which Californi. wines were served. The tables atld hall were elegantly decora'ed with flowers. Mayor Hazard presided and acted as toast-master, gracefully in troducing each of the speakers and prefacing their remarks with some happy allusions to the subjects which were as signed. In his opening remarks the Mayer expressed in enthusiastic terms the earnest welcome which the people of Los Angeles extended to the visitors from the New England States. "In tormor times," he, "it was our cus tom to send out to approaching emigrant trains a cordon of soldiery to protect them from hostile attack; now we send out representatives of our civic organiz i tions to bid them welcome." In con c'usion he referred to one who was present who had come to the coun try as an argonaut, and who was now foremost in greeting the newcomers to this shore —Col. J. J. Ayers: Col. Ayers said: Ladies and gentle men visitors, we welcome you with ex tended palms, and with all the love and fraternal devotion of patriotism. I can not retrace to you the argonaut times, and I would not if I could. There is a halo in this room tonight which did not shine about us iv those days; I refer to American womanhood. We came to this Coast as boys and bachelors with out its sweet surrounding influence. We found our way to these shores before Horace Greeley gave to Ameri can youths the advice to "go west," and we have lived to see the country loom up from a wilderness to a grand State. We want grocers to come here to see with their own eyea what we have to supply to your people—wares which you are now in many cases obtaining from other countries, but which we produce. We ask of you to see to it that our pro ducts receive fair treatment, that they may all be labeled with the name of Cal ifornia, and not adulterated or palmed off as an importation from foreign lands. It is to tbe honesty and justice of the 1 mercantile community that we appeal. ' Governor Waterman was then called ' upon to respond to the toast of "The 1 Ladies." He made a very short speech, 1 in which he referred apologetically to the unfortunate weather which had beset the visitors in Los Angeles, and declared that he would have vetoed it if he could, only he was afraid that it would be passed over his head. He said that the Governor of Massachusetts would never make a speech, and that he was anxious to make a similar reputation for the Gov ernor of California. Benjamin Johnson, the editor of the New England Grocer, was called upon as the organizer and manager of the expe dition. He said that he had heard dur ing the last few days from all tbe mem bers of the party nothing but the highest compliments for the State of California and tbe welcome which they had re ceived in its borders. He knew that the visitors would take home with them pleasant memories of the treatment which had been accorded them and of the grand sights they had seen. The visitors would never cease to speak well of California to their friends in the East, and they would be careful not to be de ceived with spurious California products. Dr. W. H. May was called upon to Bpeak of the excursionists. He made a. very interesting talk, in which he half ridiculed the idea of a "Northern Citrus Belt." He assured the visi tors that there were still great sights in store for them. He told in humorous fashion some incidents of the trip from El Paso, during which he had been a member of the party. His remarks were greeted with much laughter and ap plause. J. D. Allen was called upon to respond to the toast of the "Grand Old State of Massachusetts." He said: The man must be dumb indeed, who could not.ay something for the old mother who had done so much to make this country what it is today. It is not necessary after go ing through this city to recount the ad vance which you have made. It seemed as though we were in Boston, not in Cali fornia. We saw Yankee thrift, industry and courage. We saw what is destined to make this city the great metropolis of South FIVE Ct-JNTS. em California. The marvelous growth of tho last ten years will be repeated. Your beautiful climate and fruits and flowers have made us disloyal to oar own t State. We long to return here to live. We thank you for the welcome which you have accorded us, and if you ever visit Boston you shall be treated to an old fashioned New England greeting. H. Z. Osborne was asked to reply to the toast of the "City of Los Angeles," which he did by describing its growth . and its brilliant future possibilities. Captain E. P. Beals was called upon to reply to the toast of the "State of Maine." He recounted the pleasant experience which the excursionists had met with thus far in the State. In sneaking of the Riverside fair he told of the baby show that tbe visitors had wit nessed there and of the good work which was being done in peopling this State. He said that the people of New England had often heard of the warm hearts of the people of California, and now they had come to experience them and to know how warm and true they really were. He only asked that their hosts of tonight might some time visit Maine, and receive there the welcome he would like to help to bestow. Hervey Lindley was introduced aa a representative of the Chamber of Com merce, and asked to reply to a toast to that organization. He made a short speech, in which he explained that two of the objects for which the chamber ex isted were the entertainment of visitors and the dissemination through the East of information about this section. Captain Seamans responded to the toast of the "State of California" by an eloquent speech. He expressed the be lief that when the State attained the age of its sister commonwealths on the At lantic Coast it would have a record in history with which it could point with the same satisfaction and great men whom it could honor as proudly as those States at the present day. Colonel Ayers followed in a few re marks, in which he paid a touching tribute to some of the great men who had already come into the history of California. It was moved by CaDtain Bealß, of Maine, and seconded by Mr. Corey, of Vermont, that a vote of thanks be given to the Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade and the citizens of Los Angeles, for the welcome which they had given the visitors. It was carried unani mously. Mayor Hazard then brought the affair to a close by expressing the hope that the visitors would soon return to these shores for a longer visit, assuring them of the same hearty welcome whenever they might appear. BOLD BURGLARS. Tbey Coolly Enter a House and. Take Breakfast. About 9 o'clock yesterday morning two unpleasant locking individuals entered the residence of Supervisor T. E. Rowan, 533 Sonth Main street, and walking coolly into the dining room, perfectly unabashed by the presence of Mrs. Rowan, seated themselves at the table and proceeded to help themselves with tbe remnants of the morning meal. Mrs. Rowan ordered them to leave the house, but the two tramps paid no atten tion to her, and continued their repast. The male members of the family having left the house for their offices, Mrs. Rowan was practically alone, but she left the room and telephoned to the police station, and Detective Wallin promptly left for the scene. In the meantime, however, Mrs. Rowan called upon D. Waldron, who captured one of the bold intruders as they made a break for liberty. The prisoner, in the hnrry of his departure, was unfortunate enough to put a silver napkin ring in his pocket instead of leaving it on the table, and this having been found on his person w'cen searched at the station, resulted in his being charged with burglary. He was identified as Mike Ryan, and on being taken before Justice Lock wood, he was committed to jail until his examination, which was set for Thursday morning, at 10 o'clock. His companion has not yet been captured. RAILWAY MATTERS. Repairing- the Washouts—move ments of Railway Men. A large gang of men is at work in Cajon nass, where the Santa Fe track was covered in the recent rain-storm by a landslide two hundred feet long and eight feet deep. The overland of yester day was delayed until this morning. The damage at Arcadia was repaired yester day morning, as was also that at San Juan. Trains got through the Soledad on the Southern Pacific yesterday, hav ing suffered only a short delay. J. W. Adams, of the Chicago and Al ton, went north yesterday. John Clark, of the Union Pacific, ia back from San Francisco. Al Forman, the general agent at San Francisco for the Pnillips excursions, is in the city. Not Bis Rooks. George Hastings was arrested and taken to the police station at 7:30 o'clock last night by Deputy Constable Schaffer, who charged him with petty larceny. A few days ago, it is charged, he sold sev eral books to Schaffer, who found upon investigation that they had been stolen from Jones's second-hand book store on First street, and on meeting Hastings on Main street last night the officer took him in charge, as he would not account for the manner in which he came by them. must Keep tbe Peace. W. Keseman, the Temple-street butcher, who, a few days ago, appeared v. *ne Police Court, in connection with a battery case, in which he and a man named Hoffman were interested, was yesterday arrested on a warrant charging him with having threatened to kill Hoff man. He was taken before City Justice Austin, who required him to furnish bonds in the sum of $100, to appear at 3 o'clock this afternoon. A Eons; Sentence. F. A. Manning, who was arrested by Officer Maguire on Friday last, on the charge of having stolen a number of ar ticles of furniture belonging to T. C. Nar amore, from the Wilson block, was yes terday committed to the county jail for 300 days by City Justice Austin. Undelivered Telegrasn. At the Western Union Telegraph office, corner Court and Main streets, February 17,1890: Mrs. M. Prickett, J. M. John son, Mrs. Tannie Garcia. H. Romer, Frank B. Petrie, Thomas B. McGovern.