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VOi,. XXXIII.—ISO. i 33 AMUSEMENTS. IT H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. R. 8. DocekAS. Associate Manager. TONIGHT ! TONIGHT ! TONIGHT ! TONIGHT 1 TONIGHT I Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. W. S. CLEVELAND'S jj MAGNIFICENT Bl A 50 GREAT ARTISTS 50 I V The Orieinal, The Only, Tho Great, N E WILLIS P. BWE,vTNAM. S X WILUS P. BWKATNAM. T E Fat and Funny, X V BILLY RICE. BILLY RICE. E 15 THE JAPS 15 E : Twenty Thousand Dollar First Part S ; VENETIAN NIGHTS. : A Truly Grand Performance. LAST PKRFORMANCE ! SUNDAY NIGHT ! SUNDAY NIGHT ! H. W. Semon Business Manager. F. S. MattoX General Agent. LOS ANGELEB THEATER. McLain A Lehman, Lessees and Managers 3-NIGHTS-3 3-NIGHTS-3 And Saturday Matinee. COMMENCING FEBRUARY 20TH. Engagement of the World-Fumed HYERS SISTERS, In the Great Musical Comedy-Drama OCT OP BONDAGE! Ob, Before and after the War. Written by Rev. Joseph Bradford, of Boston. A comedy of absorbing interest, sparkling with old-time jubilee music and portrayals of negro characteristics, presented by the great est and most refined company of Colored Comedian, and Singers. Popular prices, 25c, 50c. 75c and $1; matinee prices, 25 and 50c. Reserved seats now on sale. fels td fJIURNVEREIN HALL. I GRAND TO.ASQCERADE BALL : GIVEN BY THE TURNVEREIN GERMANIA SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 22, 1890. The Turnverein is determined to make this the greatest and most elegant masquerade ball ever given in Log Angeles. admission: Masks, a person 50 Cents , Spectators, eaca $1.00 ' Members of the Turnverein, with one lady free. Every subsequent lady, 50c. Tickets for masks and spectators can be had of the following committee: i J. KUHBTS E. NOLLAO F. KREMPEL R. KROHN CHAS. VOELKER C. JACOBY F. VOELCKER C. ROHDE J. ZENS L. WINTER " E. ENTEMANN can be had at reasonable . prices, from Monday next, every evening from 7:30 to 9 o'clock p. m., at the meeting room of lurnverein hall. felO-td TXAZARD'B PAVILION. FRIDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 28TH. BATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH IST. Matinee Saturday. THE GREAT EASTERN NOVELTY ! "A Most Betutllul Entertainment." —N. Y. Herald. Fowler's Tableaux dArt Co. 7 B EAUTIFUL LADIE 8 7 The Well-Known Humorist, i GUY DURRELL. Tickets on sale at Brown's music atom, 111 ' North Spring atreet. 122-td ■gASEBALL PARK. SATURDAY AND BCNDAY, FEBRUARY 22d AND Z3d. BASEBALL! BASEBALL I SAN BERNARDINO ' vs. LO3 ANGELES, Champions Southern Call- ; fornla League. General admission, 25 cents. Take Firat street cable cars to grounds. fe!9 id ILLINOIS HALL, Fort and Sixth Btreeta. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY, j Saturday Evening, February 22, 1890, GRAND CONCERT Mrs. W. E. Beeson and others. Admission, 25 Cents. fe2o-3t ILLINOIS HALL, Broadway and Sixth Street. SOCIAL AND ENTERTAINMENT, By the Illinois Association. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21ST. Vocal Music, Wilson's Family orchestra, etc., etc. Scaues from "Macbeth," by Mrs. Cary and others. To conclude with the amusing shadow pantomine, "HUMPTY DUMPTY," Produced under professional management. Admission, to cover expenses, only 10 cents. Illinois hail and offices to let * ANTS, PERSONALa, AND OTHER AD vertisements under the following heads in ierted at the rate of 6 cents per me for each insertion, or $1 a line per month. lost and f«»cnd. beT~fifth and Eleventu sts., a violoncello bow. Please return to THIS OFFICE. f22-2t» trTyed^ OLD BLACK HORSE, WHITE face; marked vB on left hip; from corner Eighth and S-iu Pedro streets, February 14th; finder will receive reward. J. bRESOVICH. fe2o 9t TRAYED OR STOLEN — LIGHT BAY horse; no brand; white star in front; gray spot on left shoulder. Finder will be rewarded by returniog to CELESTIN'S stables, 113 Los Angeleß st. fe!9 lOt* SPECIAL WUTECISM. j Punctual attendance from 11 a. in to 6 p. m. Old Wilson block, First and Sprlnir, ro"mg 34 and 35. fl6 7t* he ladies ofimmanuel presbyter lan Church will serve hot lunch each day for five days, beginning February 18. from 11:30 t02;30, at the Crocker building, 216 S. Fort st. Bill of fare changed dally. Business men will receive prompt attention f!6 7t ELA HIL ■ Bl OCX FARM — 250 ACRES pasture for stock; 6 hoard fence; no wire; terms, S3 ii month; ail stock at owners' risk JOE ROMERO, manager. <a29-lm RENT. WANTS D— 4 rooms (furnished preferred), la a pleasant locality, for a small family without children. L. SCHMIDT, 209 W. Firßt St. f2l-4t WINTED-*EENTB. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO sell our Stripped Eteel Door Mats, etc.; liberal terms; exclusive territory given those with SMALL capital. NEW YORK STEEL MAT CO.; 231 Broadway. New York. fe2o (it WANTED— t EMALE HELP. children. Apply 416 S. Broadway, near Fourth street. f22-lt WANTED-A GIRL TO DO COOKING AND general house work: must be a good cook - reference required. 627 S GRAND AYE. f2O-tf fOB MEN T—HO UN Els. OR~RTBNT^StEB^^ 'Grand aye. Call ln rear of lot; call before 12 m. fe9-lm FO R~REN T—IfOUSBS ALL OVKRTHB CITY. 0. A. SUMNER 4 CO., 73. Fort «. FlO tf PERSONAIi. TO HOUSEKEEPERS - SUGAR, 18 LBS. brown or 1.4 lba. white, tlj 4 lbs. rice, sago or taplooa, 25c; 11 lbs, white beans, 25c; starch, 4 packages 25c; Arbnckle coffee, 25c; germea, 20c; pickles, 10c a qt.; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; good black or Japan ten, Ss3;ean gasoline, 95c; coal oil, 95c; sack flour, 80c; 10 cans salmon $1:3 cans corn or tomatoes, 2_>c; 11 cans fru't $1; 6 lbs raisins or pruuoß, 2*c; nectarines, 5c a lb; jams and Jellies, 10c a glasß; 40 bars soap, $1; bacon, 12c; hamr, 13c; pork, 10c. ECONOMIC STORES, 509-511 8. Spring st. 14 lm DON'T DISPOSE OF YOUR CAoT OFF clothes until you try Morris, who always pays lull vilue for g.ntlemeu's clothing. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Be sure to look for sign. "MORRIS," 119 Commercial street. 14 lm YOU DON'T HAVE TO BEG OK. STEAL (OR ■*- you can borrow ln sums to suit on collateral security. KEEFEK, 75 hryson blk. ja24 lm IVORCE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office. *4 West Flrst st.. rooms 10 and 11. J29 tf UERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY * body. How to make and save money. Read the classified advertisements In the Herald daily. A few cents spent ln an ad vertisement may make thousands of dollars for you. You may procure a situation; sell your house and lot; rent your vacant proporty; buy a paying business or s°ll to advantage; loan your idle money or borrow cheaper than from agents, and in a thousand different ways n>r these columns to advantage. On this page ad vertisements are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A ____________ LOS ANGKLEB DETEC tive Bureau will furnish wa/_______*__]Kt_r reliable and expert detec ' "''aTmßsnSsr '• 'ives to private persons on , ' hort notice; we invest- igate all classes of crime; locate missing parties; ob tain evidence in civil andoriminal actions; and all other legitimate business attended to with dispatch. All transactions strictly con fidential; best of references given when re quired; terms reasons "lie. Address all com munications to thos. McCarthy, supt., Room 38. Wilson Block. Fes lm WANTED— ittI*CELLAN*SOII». WANTED— TO SELL THK FURNITURE OF a fully complete, newly-furnished house of 8 room-, including grand upright piano; owner will take part cash and balance on installments from responsible parties only. Address P.O. BOX 1500. f22-2t* ISIDORE B. DUCKWEILKR ATTORNEY-AT law, rooms 10 and 11, Bryson-Bonebrake Block. fe!9 Cm ANTKD — BY BOY, SAI'DLE PONY; strong, sound and gentle; will pay $20 or $25. Address "W. T.," box 40, this office. feli-tf ANTED—IOO POONiS OF CLEAN, cotton rags; will pay 2 cents a pound In small lots. Apply at THIS OFFICE, fe9-tf ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME AT Burns' Music Store, 152 S. Main St. fltf fOH SALE—CUT Property. F~~OR SALE —GOOD HODBE, BARN, HEN house, one-half aire set to trees. Jersty cow, and 40 hens, for $1,800; easy terms. 510 DOWNEY AYE., East Los Angeles. fel4-2w* OR SALE—BARGAIN, MUST BE SOLD. 5-room cottage on Blame street, near Tenth. luquire of DR. DOLE. 20 8. Fort St. fe2 lm OR SALE—NEAR FIFTH STREET AND San Pedro, nice, modern cottage of 5 rooms; price, $3,500, $500 cash, balance longtime. Addres-i BARGAIN, box 60, this offlee. ja3l-lm lOiv SALsa— country Property. ITIOR SALE—2O ACRES FINE ORANGE ! land, on Bnena Vista street, in the center of Duarte, with 17 shares of water: 10 acres in oranges, apricots, apples, French prune* and other trees in full beaiing; house of 5 rooms; a bargain at $7,000; terms easy. RUDDY & BURNS, 34 N. Spring Bt. feB-lm OR SALE—S ACRES GOOD ALFALFA laud near city llmicp, on the north; plenty of water; good place for cows or bogs; price $2,500, $ 1,000 ctuh. balance ln 1 year. Apply to J. W. POTTS, or address STATION C, box 543. feJ5-lm OR SALE-OHOICK FARM PROPERTY, iv tracts of 5 to 40 acres each, ou line of new Redondo railway, about 4 miles east, of , Redondo Beach, the probable terminus of the Union Pacific railway: long time and easy pay- | ments to actual settlers Call on or address UNION LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY rooms 5 and 0 Stowell block. Ja3o-lm , lIORI IOR S ILK—ORANGE LAND IN AZUSA; ' notice iv another column; the subdivision of a 180 acre'anch into 10-acre places- long time and low prices. By HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, 20 S Spring st. Ja2B-lin PUR «enl\ — pTcTfic Loan Co., 8. Spring st. fIG-tf RENT — ONE BLACKSMITH SHOf, ■ with neat cottage for residence, in old San Bernardino, on Redlands motor road, near junction of Santa Fe R. R ; cottage consisting of 4 rooms, with summer kitchen; a good pay ing business; rent $15. Apply to ANBON & VaN LEUVEN, P. O. box 353, San Bernsriiiuo, Cai. fe!3-tf FOR RENT—A FINELY FURNISHED FRONT room in a private family, to one or two gentlemen: witbiu two minutes walk from city hall; refereuco required. Apply at 310 8. HILL BT. 122-7t* VflOR RENT—UNFURNISHED"ROOMS, SUIT- X? able for light housekeeping; Norton block comer Seventn and Hill; finest location in the city, reasonable rates. fe9-lm OR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED AND UN furnished rooms, for light house-keepiug, at the Alameda block, cor. Commercial aud Alameda sts., opp. Commercial-street depot, at the lowest rates. fe7lrn* ITtOR REN I—NICE, BUNNY, UNFURNISHED rooms, for light house-keeping. Apply to MRS. A. E. ADAMS, 46 and 48 Buena Vista st. ja2B lm bargains in it 10 ai. estate. TTrlTaT^Trgalln^^ \J geles city residence property to sell or ex cnango for acreage u 1 ar Los Angeles city. Orange, Riverside, Santa Ana, Anaheim or Compton. Call or aduress JOHN LANG. Call at once at Natick House, Los Angeles city. Jan. 21 1890 f22 tf FUR SALE-LIVE STOCK. FOR SALE—HORSES AND MULES; THE Los Aageles Cable Ry Comp'y has a large number of horses and mules, comprising heavy draft horses, buggy and saddle horses at prices to suit the times. Call on J. D. CHAMBERS, corner of Washington st. and Vermont aye. J. C, Robinson, general manager. 122-lt FOR SALE—DAIRYMEN AND ALL Wl3H iug the best stock, Bbonld see the 1, 2 and 3-year-old, fine graded Durham heifers ou the Lueuna ranch; there are no better milch cows in the country, and they can be depended upon to give perfect satisfaction. Apply at FARM HOUSE. Laguna ranch, or adaress LACUNA FARM CO., P. O. box 1228, city. fel6-lm OR BALE-SISO;A FINETEAM OF SMALL horses, gentle enough for lady to drive. PACIFIC LOAN CO., 12*Ji 8. Spring st fe!s tf OR BALE—PIGS, OOR. SANTA FB AND Vernon avenue, or address J. W. HARRIS, box 469. city, d 25 2m»__ FOR SALE —Miscellaneous. POWER engine, 2 circular wood saws aud 1 wood splitter, cheap. Apply at 139 REGENT ST. 122-4t» OR SALE—4O-INCH FltTS' SEPARATOR, 20-hortepower Enright's engine. 3 beaders, nearly new and in complete running order; will be Bold for one-ha'f coßt or exchanaed for land or stock. Address 426 8. MAIN ST. • f22-7t business chancer partner; no money required. Address ; PRINTER, box 20, this office, 121-2t FOR SALE-A GOOD CASH BHsINKSS; worth looking after. Inquire 516 DOWNEY ■ AYE., Bast Los Angeles. fel 1-2 w FOR SALE—A BUTCHER 8HOP; DOING good business. COR. FIRST AND ALA = MEDA STB. ie2-lm» - iciORSALE—A FINE BUSINESS; CENTRALLY I JD located; price, 4T.200 cash. Address CASH, 3 P.O. Box 3,156, city. ja3o-tf to lbnd more for less security than any ona In city; $10 and tip. REEFER, 75, Bryson block. ja24-lm SAT UK DAY MORNING, FH.BKUARY 22, 1890. TO EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE—PASADENA PROPERTY, clear of incumbrauoe now valued at (about one-half former price), lies well above street, has 360 feet frot<ge; small house; 11 kinds fruit, besides many flowers; is all fenced in; was 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 Hue; would exchange for ranch, improved or un improved, and pay some cash. Address OWNER, 12 S Raymond aye , Pasadena, Cal. ja3l-lm OOD $400 LOT, NEAR TEMPLE STREET entile, for good horse and $100. L., room 2, Law bull inif. fe!9 4t* EXCURSIONS. ANTA FE^oTjrE^sTiTUr^H BAD 6f"aL~? competitors, both ln time and distance to all points Bast. Special tonrlst excursions Ea«t every TH URBDAY. For full information, apply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A. WARNER. Bxc. Manager, 29 N. Spring fltf WINTER TRAVEL-FORTNIGHTLY TOCR- I«t Excursions—Organized and conducted by the Southern Pacific Company, via the Snnset Route, New Orleans, Birmiugham, Chat tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, Now 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 ln every section. Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th aud 31st; Nov. 14th and 28th; Dec. 13th. 1889; Jan 3d, 17th and 31st; Feb. 14th and 28tb: March 14th and 28th; April llth and 25th. 1890. For further information apply to any Agent Southern Pacific Co., or to the General fas senger Office, No. 200 S. Bpring s\. Cor. Second. Los Angeles. Cal. C. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J. M. CRAWLEY. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T. H. GOODMAN, G. P. AT. A.; R. GRAY, Gen'l Traffic Mkr.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr. f!5 2m ROCK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS VIA Denver and Rio Grande R'y, "The Scenic Line of tbe 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 Bleeping reservations, call or address F. W. THOMPSON. Agent, 138 South Spring st. f2 11m HILLIPB' EXCURSIONS PERSONALLY conducted in Pullman tourist oars to New York and Boston. Office, 44 North Spring gt. j27 tf WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER sonally conducted to all points East with ontchange. 119 N Spring st. j25 tf FINANCIAL. ~~ TO LOAN AT R. G. T.UNT'S TOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY, Cor. First and Fort, Redick block, Los Angelea. Agent for the GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, of San Francisco. ja29-3m ACIFIU LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY in any amounts on all kinds of personal property and collateral security, on pianos without removal, diamonds, Jewelry, seal skins, bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any property of value; also on furniture, mer chandise, etc., in warehouse; partial payments received, money withoat delay; private offices for consultation; will ca 1 If desired. W. B. DeGROOT. Manager, rooms 14 and 15. No. 124K South Spring st. ja3o CRAWFORD & McCREERY, Room 10, over Los Angeles National Bank. Corner First and Spring s'.reets. Loan $50 to $50,000; short term loan* a specialty; buy notes and mortgages. f5-12m MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, diamonds, watches, Jewelry, pianoa, sealßkins, live stock, carriers, bicycleß, mort gages, and all kinds of personal and collat eral security. 402 8. Spring. flB-Cm MONEY TO LOAN—IN LARGE OB SMALL amounts on real estate seourity, by POHLHAUS A SMITH, No. 28 N. Spriug St., room 4. Fes lm ONEY TO LOAN ON CITY AND COUNTRY property, by GEO. S. ROBINSON, 215 W. First st, f4 lm $1,000, $2,500: A 1 VV security; good Interest. ROOMS 74 AND 75, Bryson-Ronebrake block. Ja24-lm rpo loaV. $1,000 to $100,000. Bonds, mortgages and dividend-paying stocks bought. At the Main-Btreet Savings Bank and Trust Co. J. B. LANKERSHIM, President, f 13-tf 326 8. Main fit. dJ»KfIA A Ail TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED fIpOUU'UUU city and country property; lowest rates;loans made with dispatch. Ad dress the Northern Counties Investment Trust, Ltd., FRED. J. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal. W. POINDEXTBR, 25 W. SECOND BT.— , Loans en good c l^ country property, ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—O. A. SUMNER & CO.. 7 8. Fort at. f 20-tf ONBY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L. SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First st., Room 13. f4 tf fl? 1 n/i AHA TO LOAN—A. J. VIELB.3B ©IUU.UUU S. Spring at., Room 4. J3otf MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER A HARRIS, attorneya-at-law, 78 Terr pie block f22tf rHIBICIAHS. licentiate of Kentucky; been in successful practice many years in this city in diseases of wrmen; new method of treatment. Oilice Suuth Fort Bt., corner Fifth. fe!s-tf HAS. W. BRYBOtf, M. D. —DISEASES OF women a specialty. 44H 8. spring St., Rooms 2 ana 3. Telephjne, office, 796; ros ldence. 798. ill tf DR. ELIZABETH FOLLANBBEE, HAS EE turned from the East. Office and residence, 240 8. Fort st. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p.m. J24-tf R. 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, 90; residence, 96. Residence, 1419 Temple st. fl7 M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D„ M. 0. P. 8. ■O. Specialist ln diseases of the head, throat and chest, Including the eye, ear and heart. Oxygen, compound 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 4 P. at. f3 DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN ST. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 4to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. J26tf DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AUBIST Offloe 25 North Main B*. Offloe Houre, 9 a tt. to 4 r. k. fltf-d&w R. C. EDGAR SMITH —DISEASES OF women a specialty; rectal diseases treated by the Brinkerhoff Painless System; office corner Main and Seventh sts., Kobarts block. fl6-tf D~ H. WEST HUCHiEB, - FORMBbTiYeSIDKNT Jurgeon to the New York Hospital. 75 N. Springst. Hours, 9to 12, 2to 5. Tel.No. 1,026. J24U I.R. C. it. CLACIUS HAS REMOVED HIS JU office from 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Spring st. Hours from 11 a. m. to 2p. M. Specialty—Sex ual and skis disease*, ohronlo diseases » gen eral. J 24tf DR. OHAB. DE SZIGETHY. OFFICE AND residence, 313 S. Main st. Tele. 1.056. tf HOMEOPATHISTS. D~~~R~G J 8. homceepathlst; office. 130 8. Spring *t; hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 2to4p. m. fla-asa 8.8 ALIBBURY, M.D.. HOMtBOPATHIST. . Offloe, rooms 11 snd 12, L. A. Bank build ing, cor. First and Bpring sts. Residence, s*B S. Pearl st Office hours, 11 A. v. to Br. K. Telephone Nos.: Offlno 597; residence 677. DBS. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFHIbTsTnI Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours, Bto 12 M., Ito 4 and 6toBv. H. Dr. Boynton s residence. 785 Olive st. tl9tt IBAAU FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMBoITatIuST Offloe Hours—ll to 12 a.m.. 2to 6 Offloe-Nos. S and 6 Odd Fellows' Building, Los Angelea, Oal Residence 408 South Main street. >["•"■ ARCHII /"I H. BROWN, ARCHITECT, OFFICE, FRY i \j. son Bonoorake block, 3d ttoor, 10 ?1_ H £* and 48. ilitf | DENTISTS! RB. C, H. PARKBR AND F. M. PARKER~ dentists, Third and Broadway f2O-tf TOLHURBT. DENTIST, S% N. BPRING ST., rooms 2, 6 and 7, Hours, 8 to 5 Gold filling, fm $2 up. I Porcelain crowns, $5. Silver or amalgam, SI. Gold crown,ss and up. Plates, from $4 to $10. | Extracting, 500 ; with gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty. j2O-tf DR. J. M. WHITB, DR. E. L. TOWNSEND, —Dentists, — 41 Bouth Spring street. First bnildlng north of Bryson-Bonebrake block Telephone 138. f 19 tf G. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVE . to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and Phillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. f 15tf 1882 established 188 i DR. L. W. WBLLS, COR. SPRING AND FlRrjl sts,, Wilson block; take elevator; Room 36; teeth filled without pain; anaesthetic per fectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done and teeth extracted positively without pain. 14 tf SPECIALISTS. AflA\ B~ SXS opened an office on Fort street (No. 130), bet. Firßt and gecond, where ln the future he will attend to pa ients iv person. Specialist eye, ear, throat and chronic diseases. felB-lm B. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN, ,oor. Fort and Spring streets. Electrical treatment, baths and massage, J3otf BELLEVUE LYING-IN HOSPITAL IS NOW open, under the management of Mrs. Dr. J. H. Smith. Patients can have their choice of physicians, and the best of oare is given. Mid wifery a spectaltv. 145 Bellevue aye. J2B tf EDUCATIONAL. oltMTlT'lNBl?iT ; U^^ ers examinations; 5 instructors: 12 weeks; opens March 10. Address BOYNTON & BRIB TOL, 8. Spring gt. l?114t HE BISTEBB OF THE HOLY NAMES have opened a boarding and select day school at Ramona, Cal.; tbe site of the institu tion is unequaled; the course of instruction la of the highest grade. Address for terms BR. SUPERIOR. j2i-llm ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE. GRAND AYE. snd Washington st. Spring term begins Monday, February 3d. fe2-lm CADEMY OF IMMACULATE HEART, PICO Heights—Conducted,Tby the Sisters of Im maculate Heart. The scholastic year com- S rises two sessions of five months each. The rst session commences on the Ist of Sep tember, and second on the Ist of February. Pnpils 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 vitiate of the order. f 1 5m L" 08 ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 B. Main st. Bxperlenced teachers; complete courses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS, Frln. f22tf MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF Singing, Piano and Guitar. Special rates to beginners. 337 Olive, near Fifth. j 15 tf SCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL, Engineering, Surveying, Architecture, Drawing, APBaying. A. VAN DEB NAIL' EN, 723 Market at, San Francisco. flO-lm OODBURY'B BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND— SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 'loath Bpring Street, Los Angeles, Oal SSRBIONB DAT AND BVSNINS. For panloulßvs, call at office or address. ■20-lT F. » ■"OQllnnKY. Princlnol I ; A TTOlto.*-. _K. ) rTT~Russli^ l". selor at Jaw, 117 New High street, rooms 7 and 8, University Bank building, Los Angeles, California f7-tf Gborqb H. Smith. Thomas L. Windeb. Henby M. Smith. SMITH, WINDER & SMITH, ATTORNEYS 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. jl4t. ARIZONA AND MEXICO LANDS. veyor General's office of Arizona; Arizona and Mexico Investments. 4 Bouth Fort st, I os Angolas, Cal.. Room 3. fe!4-lm* ASS, \ \ Kits. . ogist, 28 North Spring Street; gold and silver assays, $1.00 each; character tests gratis; particular attention given rare ores and minerals, cements, gypsum, limestones, clays, etc. fell! m ABSTRACTS. BrtTltA7iT~ATnrTm R AnTjE~COM pany of Los Angelos, N. W. cor. Franklin and New High streets. fl7-9m THE SECURITY TITLE INSURANCE AND Abstract Co. of So. Cal. , 40 N. Spring St., rooms 4, 5 and 6. fIV-tf MIBCEELANEOCB. ADAMS BROS. DENTIST , 23 South Spring St. (new number 119U), first stairway below the Nadeau hotel. FILLINGS. Gold filling $2.00 to $10.00 Gold alloy filling 150 to 5.00 White filling for front teeth ... 1.00 to 2.00 Silver or amalgam filling 1.00 CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. Gold and porcelain crowns.. .$ 5 00 to $10.00 Teeth with no plate 10.00 to 15.00 ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Gold plates, Ist quality $30.00 to $40.00 Bilver pates, Ist quality 20.00 to 30.00 Rubber plates, Ist qu»lity 10.00 Ribher plates, 2d quality 8 00 Rubber plates, 3d quality 6.00 EXTRACTING TEETH. With vitalized air or gag $1.00 Witu cocaine applleo to gums 1.00 Regular extracting 50 Regulating and treating teeth and gums and other operations at lowest prices. All wcrk guaranteed. Office hours from 8 a. m. to 5:3J p.m, tundayg 10 to 12 a. m. Ms*"All parties having work done ln this office this month will receive 20 per cent, discount on the abave prices. ADAMS BROS. 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. Cow les, Ei Cajon Valley, Sau DLgo County Cal. Some of the property now producing the finest raisins grown in California. Also forty acres deciduous fruit ranch. Improved lands, $250 to $300 per acre. Raisin packina-house on property, which cost $4 000. Unimproved lands, $25 to $100 per acre; also fine orange land ln 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 gale by GEO. U, COOKE A CO., Wholesale Paper Dealers. 209 N. Los Ansreles street, Log Augeles, Cal. Telephone 679. feB-lm F. HANIMAN. Telephone 188. P. 0. Box 537. LOS ANGELES FISHING CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FISH, GAME AND POULTRY AU kinds of OYSTERS alwnye on hand. Stalls «), 11, 13. 18, 18 and W.lMutt Market, LosAugelea,Gal. fis 2m NEWS AROUND TOWN. A Pomona Lawyer Charged With Bribery. A SACK-SEWER'S PREDICAMENT. He is Charged with Adultery by an Indignant Husband—Other Interesting Events. Yesterday morning Deputy-Constable Lee Rogers returned from Pomona ac companied by H. B. Westerman, an attorney, whom he arrested upon a war rant charging him with having, on the 7th inst., offered to bribe a witness. Westerman was taken before Justice Lockwood, where he was arraigned and placed under bonds in the sum of $1,500 to appear for examination next Tuesday. Westerman is alleged to have "corruptly and feloniously offered to W. B. Nolan a bribe of $150, with intent and upon the understanding and consideration that he, the said W. B. Nolan, should immedi ately leave the county of Los Angeles and State of California, and thereby absent himself from attendance in the Recorder's Court of the city of Pomona, in said county and State, and thereby withhold his true testimony from the court and jury on the trial of the case entitled Tbe People of the State of Cali fornia vs. John L. King, charged with keeping a place where spirituous liquor, to-wit, 'whiskey,' was sold, contrary to the provisions of ordinance No. 45 of said city of Pomona, and in which case the said W. B. Nolan was a material wit ness." For some time past the citizans of Po mona have been very much exercised over the local option question, and in spite of the fact that the Prohibitionists carried the day and obtained the passage of ordinance 45, prohibiting the sale of intoxicants, the opinion of the inhab itants of the, inland town seems to be about evenly divided. Several hotel and aaloon keepers have been arrested under the new ordinance, and John L. King, the proprietor of King's hotel, was one of the victims. The Prohibitionists ral lied together for the prosecution, and W. 6. Nolan was one cf their witnesses. When the caee came to trial, it is Paid a band of twelve women, appointed by the extremists, repaired to the Methodist church and after spending several hours ih prayer for the success of the prosecu tion, adjourned to the court room and applauded the oratorical efforts of the prosecuting attorney, while they groaned when Westerman, who was counsel for the defendant, pleaded the cause of his client. After the trial of King was com pleted a rumor was circulated to the effect that Nolan had skipped the town, and this was subsequently found to be cor rect, aa the witness for the prosecution couid not be found upon the calling of tbe case against a Becond defendant. King was convicted, but the trial of George Smith, of Brown's hotel, resulted in a disagreement of the jury, and their consequent dis missal, whereupon one of the Prohi bitionists, Jonathan WhitcomD, is said to have come forward with a statement to the effect that he had seen Wester man offer Nolan $150 to leave the State, and pressure was brought to bear which resulted in the filing of the complaint by Whitcomb, who came to this city for the purpose, the feeling being too strong in the lawyer's favor at Pomona. Pomona, Cal., February 21.—There have been six arrests of prominent citi zens during the past two weeks for com plicity in violation of the local prohibition law of Pomona, and for alleged perjury in the trial of these cases. The latest ar rest is that of Henry B. Westerman, the foremost young Democratic leader and leading lawyer, for an alleged attempt to bribe witnesses in the liquor trials in this city. A SEPARATED COUPLE. A Sack Sewer Arrested on a Cnarsre of Adultery. At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon Chas. Fisher, a sack sewer employed at the Capitol mills, was arrested by Detective Wallin at his room, No. 519 South Spring street, on a warrant charging him with adultery. He waa taken up to Justice Lock-wood's court for arraignment, and, in default of bonds in the sum of $1,000, committed to jail to appear for examina tion on Friday next at 9:30 o'clock. The complainant, a man named James Hus ton, alleged that he and his wife, a comely young woman about 24 years of age, came to this city from Pittsburg, Pa., about two years ago. During tbe:r residence here both had earned their livelihood in various ways, but for some time past Hudton had been out of em ployment and was dependent upon his wife, wbo was engaged as a waitress at a restaurant on Broadway. Not liking the idea of living upon his wife's earn ings, Huston left the city and went to work on a ranch, where he remained for about two months. He returned to Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon and sought his wife, but was surprised to find that she had left their former resi dence almost immediately after he had taken his departure for the country. He made inquiries in every direction and finally traced his missing Wife to No. 519 South Spring street, where he alleges she was cohabiting with Fisher. He further states that the relations of the guilty couple were unknown to their landlady, as they had taken pains to as sure her that they were married, and had deceived her by exhibiting Huston's marriage certificate, which Mrs. Huston had carried away from her former resi dence. The injured husband implored his wife to return with him to their old home, but shs refused to have anything further to do with him, and he sought Detective Wallin, and, laying the case before him, asked his assistance in the' matter. As the woman positively re fused to return to her spouse, Huston determined to wreak vengeance upon her partner, and accordingly filed the complaint which led to Fisher's arrest.2? Mrs. Huston claims that her husband had frequently ill-treated her, and that he is addicted to drunkenness. She alleges that when under the influence of liqnor he had beaten her severely en several occasions, and had disposed of all the portable furniture of which they were possessed in order to obtain money FIVE CffiATS. wherewith to appease his craving for whiskey. It is alleged that Hoaton spent a term of three months in the county jail not long ago for battering the driver of a baker's wagon while drank. She further claims that Fisher befriended her and treated her as kindly as Huston had mistreated her, and declares that nothing will alter her determination never to live with her husband again. AMUSEMENTS. At the Grand opera house today there will be a grand matinee by the Cleve land minstrels, and the season will close with the performance tonight. Tbe show is a good one of the kind. At the Los Angeles theater the Myers Sisters will give their play, Out of Bond age, tonight. Tomorrow night the Gris tlier-Davies company will give Mr. Gris mer's own play, Forgiven, for the benefit of the Elks. Tonight, at Illinois hall, there will be a concert for the benefit of the Union avenue M. E. chnrch. The following programme will be given: Duet, guitar and banjo, Mrs. M. V. and Miss Mabel Astbury; vocal solo, Mrs. W. E. Beeson; recitation, Miss Millie Tarble; cornet solo, Mr. Foxley; soprano solo, Miss Edna Davis; recitation, Mrs. 0. A. Cary; alto solo, Mrs. J. H. Book; duet, guitar and banjo, Mrs. M. V. and Miss Mabel Astbury; vocal duet, Mrs. Beeson and Mrs. Book. Mr. Brenner and Mrs. Ogilvie accompanists. At Turner hall tonight there will be a grand masquerade ball, given by the Turn Verein Germania. These annual balls given by the association are among the most enjoyable known here. Great expectations are entertained for the ball tonight, for which the preparations are very elaborate. A Remarkable Career. Yesterday there passed away in this city an old man of remarkable charac - ter. This was Jirah Steams. He was ninety-two years old, and was a native of one of the New England States. Hia early life was spent in Massachusetts, in which State he did good work in the Legislature when still a young man. He went into the manufacturing business, and before he reached middle life was called as superintendent of the Glen ham Manufacturing Company, at Glen ham, Dutchess county, New York This was away back in the forties, and the factory was a small concern. Under Mr. Stearns's able manage ment it grew and prospered, until it became one of the largest woolen mills in the East. Later on, about the time the waf broke out, Mr. Steams left Glenbam and went to Newbnrg, where his son-in-law, a Mr. Thayer, was in business. About 1880 Mr. Thayer re moved to Los Angeles, and some half dozen years ago Mr. Steams came out to spend hie declining years with his daughter, Mrs. Thayer, mother of John Thayer, of Messrs. Stoll & Thayer. Mr. Steams was a man of a remark ably bright mind, able in business, kind and affable to all, even the most humble of his employees. He was a thorough gentleman and a true man in all respects. The funeral takes place tomorrow afternoon from the residence of the Thayers on Twenty-fifth street. Caught ln the Act. Shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday morn ing Officer Farmer noticed a man peep ing suspiciously round the corner of the hallway leading from F. A. Webster's lodging house, at No. 423 South Spring street. The policeman made a rush for the place, and saw a man scudding along the passage to the rear entrance, with a bulky article under his left arm, and after a brief but exciting chase succeeded in preventing the fellow's escape. The article which he was attempting to carry off was found to be a large mirror, and as he refused to give an account of him self, the officer took him into custody. He was locked up, and yesterday morn ing taken before Justice Lockwood on a charge of burglary. He stated that his name was Pete McNiel, and that he did not care for counsel or witnesses, where upon he was remanded to jail to appear for examination on Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Lamp Explosion. About 8 o'clock last night one of the rooms in the second story of the Newell block, on the corner of Mott alley and Second street, was discovered to be on fire. A telephone alarm was rung in, to which the department responded with alacrity, but in the meantime the door was broken open and the blaze extin guished with the aid of a few buckets of water. From the appearance of the room it was concluded that a lamp which had been left burning on the dressing-table had exploded, as the ruins of a lamp were found among the charred pieces of furniture. The oil from the lamp had evidently trickled into an open drawer and thence burned to the floor. The fire was confined to one corner of the room fortunately, but the entire wardrobe of the two youths who occupied the room was destroyed. The damage, which was uninsured, amounted to about $150. Peppered Beer. Jacob Schneider appeared before Jus tice Lockwood yesterday for arraignment upon the charge of maliciously disturb ing the peace of W. F. Willard. Willard alleges that on Thursday last the defend ant was guilty of offensive conduct in placing a large amount of cayenne pepper in some beer and on some celery, so that the same was communicated to the mouth and eyes of the complainant, to his great hurt, injury and disturbance. Schneider entered his plea of not guilty to the charge preferred against him, and was released by the court upon his own recognizance to appear for trial at 1:30 o'clock on Monday afternoon next. He Will Go with the Cleyelanale. Mr. R. S. Douglas has for nearly a year past been associate manager of the Grand opera house in this city. He came here a total stranger and goes away leav ing a great host of friends behind him. He leaves here next Monday with the Cleveland Minstrels, who have been in the city for a week, in the capacity of treasurer for the company. Mr. Doug las is a man who will make friends wherever he may go. He will be greatly missed here by all wbo have had busi ness relations with him at the Grand. He is a man that is not only well liked, but he is one as well trusted as he is liked.