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THE SOCIAL WHIRL.
Lent Lessens the List of Festivities. MARRIAGES AND RECEPTIONS, Surprise Parties. Musicales, Concerts, Entertainments and Other Inter i esting- Events. I All commuulcatloni for this Department Should be addressed "Social Editor Herald, and torwarded belore Friday night of each week.l The Angel City Dancing Club will give a reception Tuesday evening, at No. 612 Spring street. The Cooking Club will meet again on March 13th, at Mra. Blanche Bone brake'e residence. Franc Bartlett G. A. R. and W. R. 0. posts will give a social ball on Tuesday evening, at No. 25 North Main street. Mrs. C. P. Lewis gave a peanut party to a larae number of young people last Tuesday evening at No. 24 East Fourth street. The Frank Bartlett G. A. R. and W. R. C. will give a social on next Tuesday evening, at G. A. R. hall, No. 25 North Main street. Miss Eva Hickam entertained a few friends last evening to a taffy pull at her home, No. 32 Rose street. It was a birthday celebration. The annual social of the Young Peo ple's Society of Christian Endeavor was given Saturday evening in the parlors of the First Congregational church. Abbie E. Johnson, president of Stan ton Belief Corps, entertained the mem bers of the executive committee at the Immanuel church dinner last Wednes day. On Tuesday evening Miss E. 8. Good win gave a party to her class of the Hanna L. A. College at her rooms on West Second street. The guests were Mrs. Frank Ward, Mrs. Cochran, Mrs. Hogan, Mrs. Akey, Mrs. Scriver, Misses Edna Davis, Kate Curry, Fannie Coul ter, Gertrude Finney, Emma King, Tyler, Johnston, Slaughter, Hawkins, Abascal, Oldridge, Webb, Hess, Hasse, Cora King, Pearley, Kate Finney. Miss Marie Cobb, assisted by Miss Jennie Winston, gave a pleasant musi cale in her rooms, on the corner of Sec ond and Broadway, last Thursday. Among those present were: Judge and Mrs. 8. C. Hubbell, Judge and Mrs. Widney, Mr. and Mrs. Fairchild, Gen eral Grierson, C. M. Whitmer, Miss Whitmer, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. J. A. Hen derson, Miss Henderson, Dr. and Mrs. Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Jevne and Mrs. Fletcher. Illinois hall was well filled last even ing when a concert was given in celebra tion of Washington's birthday. The fol lowing programme was excellently ren dered : Duet, guitar and banjo, Mrs. M. V. and Miss Mabel Astbury ; vocal aolo, Mrs. W. £. Beeson; recitation, Mies Mil lie Tarble; cornet solo, Mr. Foxley; soprano solo, Miss Edna Davie; recita tion, Mra. C. A. Cary; alto eplo. Mrs. J. H. Book; duet, guitar and banjo, Mra. M. V. and Misß Mabel Astbury; vocal duet, Mrs. Beeson and Mrs. Book. Mr. Brenner and Mrs. Ogilvie, accompanists. The following was the programme at the entertainment and social given by Good Will Lodge, No. 313, I. O. G. T. last evening, February 22, at the A. 0. U. W. hall, N0.213 South Main street,op posite the cathedral: Instrumental solo, Miss Carrie Wagner; recitation, Miss Maude Seaver; vocal solo, Mrs. John Rice; violin and piano duet, Robert Grayson and Mies Lillie Grayson; vocal duet, Mrs. D. E. Stephens and daughter; recitation, Mr. Eugene Kohler; instru mental duet, Misses Mamie and Zoa Loomis. To conclude with the laugha ble farce, A Regular Fix. Refreshments were served after the programme had been concluded. One of the most enjoyable surprises of the season was that tendered to George V. Horr, the handsome cashier of the Bank of Anaheim, on tbe occasion of hia thirty-first birthday, at his residence on Lemon street on Tuesday eveninz. i The party was skillfully arranged by Mrs. Horr, and was a genuine surprise to her husband. Each guest was presented with a handsome souvenir card, in cari cature, the hits being appropriate in all cases and Drovocative of much merry badinage. It was getting along into the wee sma' hours when the party of happy bachelors arose from the table, all en thusiastic in praise of Mrs. Horr's gen eralship in arranging such a delightful affair and carrying it out so capitally. On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Dunnigan entertained a number of friends at their residence on Philadel phia street. Dancing was interspersed with a fine musical programme, rendered by Mrs. Dr. Kannon, who sang a Scotch ballad, Miss Manffield, who gave a piano solo, and Miss McCarty, who recited a humorous rucltation. Master Robbie Burns gave an exhibition of several fancy dances, the Sailor's Hornpipe, and others, and Miss Nash also gave a piano solo. Among those presefit were the Misseß Desmond, Miss Wilson, Miss Reeves, Miss Deakers, Misses Phillip eon, Ward, McElroy, McManus, Dunni gan, Hogana, Fortman, and Messrs. Desmond, Ponet, bluett, Mullen, Mes mer, Dockweiler, Gray, Nordholt, Don ahue, Weinßhank, Schramm, Splaine, Limrock and others. The St. Vincent's Lyceum held its regular weekly meeting in Lyceum Hall, St. Vincent's college, last Tuesday. The following programme was rendered in a creditable manner by the members: Critic's report, D. Sneddon; select read ing, W. H. Workman, Jr.; oration, "Cataline's Defiance," R. J. Dillon; ad dress by the president. The weekly debate was then taken up. The subject under discussion was, "Resolved: That the labor day should consist of eight hours." The sides were: Affirmative, Henry Dunnigan and R. T. Thorpe; negative, E. 0. Ganahl and B. A. Rim pau. After a spirited argument the de bate was decided in favor of the affirma tive. The subject chosen for the next meeting is, "Resolved: That Italy has contributed more to the civilization of the world than any other country." A surprise party was given to Mra. Kallman and Miss H. Kallman Thuru day evening at tbe residence of Mr. and Mra. M. Norton, on Main atreet. The following were present: Dr. Nadeau, Prof. Arend, Prof. Brenner, Elias Cohn, Messrs. Strassburger, N. Landsberg, A. TAB LOS AITGELES DAILY HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, 1890 Greenbaum, 8. Norton, I. Norton, Jr., Leon Rcfi, A. Roth, Julias Cohn, Mil ton Levy, W. Levy, P. Gotthelf, Leon Levy, 8. Levy, R. Sullivan, 8. G. Mar shutz, 8. Phillips, P. Zoble, I. Gotthelf, L. Sherpser; Misses H. Kali man, Eva Greenbaum, Jennie Greenbaum, M. Landgberg, G. Norton, M. Gotthelf, H. Roth, Bertha Roth, M. Roth, Hattie Wolfstein, Bertha E. Roth; Mr. and Mrs. M. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. 8. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. I. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Roth, Mr. and Mrs. B. Surbach, Mr. and Mrs. S. Cohn, Mr. and Mra. B. Greenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. 8. Levy, Mrs. Kallman, Mrs. Levy, Mrs. Goldstein, Mrs. Sherpser. Tke letter carriers' ball at Turn Verein ball on Thursday evening was a success-1 ful affair, and the many present enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Among those present were: Henry Angell, Charles Brouer, O. L. Robinson, W. H. Stuart, Frank 0. Myers, W. O. Shields, 0. A. Robb, J. Farrel, E. Tynan, C. Barnes, R. Gill, Charles Hawthorne, T. Barrows, J. Wkltely, J. Woods, H. Beere, J. Ban gerter, E. R. Thomas, D. Millsap, Fred Brant, D. Valentine. W. F. Stuart, F. Hickam, F. Richards, E. W. Stuart, C. E. Gale, H. M. Arnold, Charles Hall, Mr. O'Laverty and accompanying ladies. The affair was in charge of the following gentlemen: Executive committee—John Bangerter, Jr., 0. L. Robertson, Sol Froman, E. E. Richards, W. H. Stuart, Frank O. Mvers. Reception committee —F. R. Brant, Frank O. Myera, E. R. Thomas, H. B. Beers, E. W. Stuart, George Barnes, E. Gale, R. 0. Gill. Floor committee —John Bangerter, Jr., floor manager; aids, I. H. Whiteley, W. A. Shields, C. T. Hall, W. F. Stuart, _ The managers of tbe Illinois Associa tion furnished a pleasing programme to their members and friends on Friday evening. The audience was one of the largest and most enthusiastic that has yet assembled in the hall. The enter tainment began with an admirable in strumental trio by tbe talented and pop ular Wilson family, and was followed by a cornet solo by Mr. Wilson. Little Lena Wilson then gave a violin solo that was a wonderful performance for one so young. Little Grace Hersee rendered a new recitation that pleased the audience immensely. After the social Mrs. Cary produced some of the principal scenes from Macbeth, appearing herself an "Lady Macbeth" in a most acceptable manner, and gave new evidence of her versatile powers. She was ably assisted by Misses Minnie Tarble, Blanche Bradshaw, Susie Harrison, Grace Her see and others. The last thing on the programme was a novelty in the form of varied scenes ia shadow pantomime, which pleased the largo audience im mensely, and sent everybody homo in the best of humor. Mr. Plaz. Johnson was surprised last Wednesday evening when a number of his friends invaded his home, on Alpine street near Yale, to remind him that tie had reached another "mile-stone" in life's journey. The company took com plete possession of the house, and with the assistance of host and hostess pro ceeded to enjoy themselves in conversa tion, vocal and instrumental music and dancing. At 12 o'clock a dainty repast was served by the hostess, and after an other hour spent in dancing, tbe com pany dispersed, feeling that a very pleasant evening had been spent. Fol lowing are tbe namee of gome of those who were present: Mr. and Mrs. Plaz. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Brow, Mr. and Mrs. I!oilman, Mr. and Mrs. Dangerfield. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. George Gray, Mr. and Mra. James Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Kenayer of Dcs Moines, la., Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Capps, Mrß. Dave Johnson of Banning, Miss Lena Miso, Miss McLean of Green Meadow, Miss Shoults, Miss Ames, Mi.ts Kallock, Miss Park, Miss Mamie Law son, Miss Hookstraton, Miss Lulu Miso, Miss Gillman, Miss Estelle Lawson, Miss Maudie Gray ; Messrs. Miller, Joe Park, Montgomery, Kallock, Faery, Harry Park, Keene, Monaban, Shutey and Master Johnny Johnson. On Friday evening at Santa Ana a pleasant masque ball was given, at which tbe following were in costume: Miss Herbert, fairy; Mrs. Ward, gypsy queen ; Mies Effie Hard, cupid; Mi: b Jessie Beard, old maid ; Mrs. McKenney, cards; Mrs. Preble,old lady; Clara Kat zung and Clara Garnsey, twin babies; Mrs. Hunt, Red Riding Hood; Miss Bell Burton, school girl; Miss Arbuckle, Italian peasant; Miss Yost, fire; Mrs. Dillon. Mother Hubbard; Miss Goldstein, snowdrift; Miss Congdon, queen; Miss Delia White, pop corn; Mrs. Stapleton, night; Miss May Kennv, shower of silver; Mrs. S. E. Huff, Mother Hub bard ; Miss Morgan, Breton girl; Chas. Reed, page; L. Garnsey, jockey; S. H. Titchenal, devil; C. S. Huff, Win. Muldoon; 8. E. Huff, Peter Jackson; F. Weh, Tommy Warren ; Walter St. John, Duke of Argyle; Will Edwards, clown; J. M. Smith, darkey dude; Max Lewin, Santa Ana guard; Dave Titchenal, Don Carlos; K. Watson, George Washington; G. T. B*rnett, softy; Mit Phillips, big In jun; Frank Carr, count; J. W.Walls, king of cards; I. T. Coleman,lndian: F. F Collins, comic devil; F. Curtis, clown; W. A. Huff, humming bird; Sara Gold stein, green domino; Clem Beard, sailor; Bert Harris, domino; James Brown, clown; Charles Rowan, red domino; Mcl Snyder, black domino; Will Yourg. clown; F. A. Chamberlain, sailor; F. J. Robinson, white cap; J. R. Porter, shenee; J. Yost, McGinty; Philip Har ris, Moses. The third regular entertainment at the Los Angeles college occurred on Friday evening. The gathering of the clouds made the weather seem a little dubious, but the court was well filled with an at tentive audience. The following pro gramme was pleasantly rendered: Danse's Caaracteristique, piano (Mos kowsky; a. Pumaniska (Russian); 6. Landler (German); c. Verbunka (Hun garian), Professors Haveman and Will hartitz; reading (selected), Miss Ives; "Rambling Through the Woods," piano (Giese), Claire Chamberlain; Polonaise, piano (Chopin), Grace McNab; "A Musician from the Cradle to the Grave," essay by A. Willbartitz; ' Fra Diavolo," piano (Sidney Smith), Mabel Hewes; "The Merry Zingara," song (Balfe), Anna McNab; recitation, "Aunt Jemi ma's Courtship," Miss Ives; song (se lected), Mies Mollie Adele Brown; a. Andante (tor the left hand); 6. Ne M'oubliez pas; c. Andante (Doehjer); A. Willhartitz. A pleasant feature of the programme was its brevity, to gether with the taste shown in the variety and character of the num bers. Musical talent and study char acterized the opening number by Pro fessors Willhartitz aud Havemann. Mis a Ives's fine, clear voice and natural man ner were equally appreciated in her read ing from the pathetic story of "Laddie" aud in her humorous selections. The in terest shown in Professor Willhartiiz'e es<tay is a proof of the necessity of each wotk in musical education. Miss A. Mollie Brown's singing was very fine. Her enunciation as well as pronuncia tion were as near perfect as haa been heard for many a day. The perform ances of the young ladies displayed in terest and thoroughness in study. The general impression of the evening's en tertainment waa that of honest endeavor toward true musical culture. On Wedne-day evening,Febrnary 12th, the Rose hotel, at Venturat was opened with a hop, which was one of the most enjoyable af fairs of its kind in the southern part of the State. Among those present were Mr. and Mra. L. J. Rose, Miss Rose, Misses Maude and Mabel Rose, Loa Angeles; Mr. Fargo, San Gabriel; Mr. and Mrs. James Ford, Loa Angeles; Miss S. H. Mason, Boston; Miss Mary A. Curtis. Curtis, N. V.; John T. Jones and wife, H. J. Woollacott, 8. Reinhart, J.S. Crawford, A. A. Eckstrom, Mrs. Eck ■trom, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Rey nold Thomas, Mrs. M. G. R. Niles, New York ; Mr. and Mrs. G. 8. Bhowbridge, Philadelphia; Miss F. E. C. Nichols, Miss Munroe, Englewood, N. J.; Miss Hilburton, Portsmouth, N. H.; Mrs. C. A. Kiesell, New Yerk; F. M. Whitney, Santa Barbara; Bayard Thayer, Boston; P. Duryea, New York; H. B. Duryea, Red Bank, N. J.; H. S. Quincy, Port land, Me.; Mrs. 8. J. Hammond. E. E. Hewitt, Los Angeles; Mr. M. H. Bart lett, Miss Bartlett, Pasadena; Mrs. Waterhouse, Miss Waterhouse, Portland, Me.; P. H. Bowen, Brooklyn, N. V.; Isadore Leventbal, Henry Weber, Los Angeles; Jake Marks, San Francisco; F. J. Morris, T. B. Westcott, Santa Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rose, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stone, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sifford, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shep herd, Mr. and Mrs. J. fi. Willoughby, Mr. and Mrs. G. Falkenstein, Mr" and Mrs. C. G. Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hare, Mrs. Barlowe. Mra. A. Wilson. Mr. C. D. Wilson, Mrs. Frank Newby, the Misses Walton. Miss Serene, Miss Shepherd, Miss R. De la Guerra, Edith Bonestel.Mies Hamer, Miss Wilson. Miss Newbold, Misses Madge and Eda Shep herd, Miss Clay. E. M. Hirechfelder, J. M. Staire, Chas. McDonald, J. C. Blackstock, John T. Stowe, J. S. Collins, John Spear. Gus H. Shepherd, Tom 8. Newby, Emory Clay, Watts Briggs, S. T. Black, H. M. Walker and Harry Butcher, of Ventura. THE CHURCHES. Central Baptist Church—Corner Hill and Third streets. Preaching a' 11 a. m., and 7:30 p m. by Key. 8. Kennard. D. D., pastor. Sun day school at 10 a. m. Young people's meet ing at 6:30 p. m. Third lecture to young men on "Tho Young Man Who Makes Life a Success." The choir will be assisted by Miss Edna Davis, Mrs. J, E. Wiseman and the regular church orchestra, Immanuel Presbyterian church meets in the hall of the Los Angeles College, corner of Hope and Eighth sts.—Kev. W. J. Chichester, pastor, will preach at 11 a. m. Bunday school at 9 a. m. Young people's meeting at 6p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7 p. m. Everybody welcome. Hazard's Pavilion, March 2d—Rev. R. L. Farnsworth will lecture on Sunday, March 3(1, Subject: "Is there a God? Is the.c a Divine Word? Is there a Future Life? Toe Words of Hwedenborg are the Divine Word In their Rationality of the Divine Word. Proceeds fcr benefit of public library. Tea cents. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of L. D. b ElderD.S. Milk will preach at 11 a. m. in X of P. hall, 24 South Spring street. Sunday school at 10 a. m. All are invited. First Congregational Church, Corner Sixth and Hill streetß —Pa6tor, Rev. Robt. G. Hutch ins, D. D. Services at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning topic, "The Transfiguration of Human Life." Evening, topic, "Helping Men to Set Their Inheritance." Bunday school at 9:30 a. m. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Y. M. C. A —Rev. J. Spencer Kennard.D. P. will speak at the gospel meeting, held by the V, M. 0. A. on Sunday a'teruoon at 3:30 o'clock. The orchestra and double qua.tette will furnish the music. Christian Church —Regular services at the Christian church, 53 Temple street, today as follows: Morning: Bible school at 9;45 a. m., followed by discourse and communion services at 11 a.m. Evening: Young peoples'meeting at 6:15 p.m ; preaching at 7:30 p. m. J. B. Jones, pastor. Christ Church—Temperance Temple, corner Temple and Fort streets. Rev. T. W. Haskins, rector; Rev. H. 0. Judd v.sistant. Divine services at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Christ Church Mission—Union hall. Grand avenue and Seventeenth streets. Service at 3:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. First Christian Mission—Services every Sun day in Union hall, corner of Graud avenue aud Seventeenth street. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Fort street M. E. Church, between Third nnd Fourth—Rev. R. S. Cautlne. D.D., pastor, will S reach at 11a. in., Key. Wm. McDonald, of o»ton, at i p. m,, and Key. Dr. Wood, of South Pasadena at 7:30 p. in. Free Methodist Mis.ion, No. 14 West Third street—Rev. C. B. Ebey, pastor. Rev. W. J. Gladwin, late missionary in India, will preach at 11 n. m. Sabbath school at 10 a. m. and gos pel meeting at 7:30 p. m. Come. Plymouth Congregational Church—A. J. Wells, pastor. Twenty-first strcetnear Figueroa. Services at 11 a m., sermon by the pastor. Subject: "The Christ-life, Broad and Free." The New Church (Swedenborgian).—The First New OhUTOb Society of Los Angeles meets in Y. M. I. hall. 17 North Main street. Sun day school at 10:30 a. m. Services at 11 a m. Subject: "Awake, Awake, Put on Thy Strength, O Zion; Put on Thy Boautiiul Garments, 0 Jerusalem, the Holy City." Trinity Methodist Church South-Fort, be tween Fifth aud Sixth street*. Rev. H. M. Dv- Bose, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and at 7:15 p. m. Subject of morning discourse: "The Need of the churches." Evening subject: "A Los Angeles Secret." Sunday School at 9:30 a, m. Oxford League at 6:15 p. m. Strangers welcome. Church of the Unity—On Seventh street, be tween Broadway and Hill streets. Services at 11 a.m. by Dr Fay, pastor. Subject of the sermon, "Strength Acquired Through Con flict." All are cordially invited. Sunday school at 9:45, at which Dr. Fay will give the flifth "Short Talk" of his series. First Presbyterian Church—Corner Broadway and Second streets. Rev. J. L. Russell, pastor. Key. J. W Calkins will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Kabbath echool at 9:15 a, m. Chinese Sabbath school at 5:15 p. m. Yonng people's meeting at 0:20 p. m. Prayer meet ing on Thursday evening, at 7:45 p. m. St. Paul's Church, Olive street, between Fifth asd Sixth—Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Bunday school at 9:45 a. m. Today at 11 a. m , the Reverend Searle M. Wren, of Colorado, will preach in St. Paul's church. Seats are all free and all com ers are welcome. Clergy may be seen at ves try-room daily from 11a.m. to 12 m. Lenten »ervices are held In the "Guild Room," every week day at 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. Also bible lecture Wednesday. A lecture Thursday and teachers'meeting Friday, each at 7:w P m. On each Friday at 3 p. m. some invited clergy man will address the "Woman's Auxiliary" ia St. Paul's Guild Room. otioK*' an* q^&Js^^^|||i^^ Cancer of the Nose. In 18T5 a sort appeared on my vox, ana grew rapidly. As my father hud cancer' and my husband died of it, I became alarm! Ed, and consulted my physician. l" s ment did no good, and the sore grew m and worse in every way .until I hadconoiua" ed that I was to'd'ie from its effects, 'was persuaded to take S. S. S., and a few """'ef cured me. This was after all the dc .ctoi h ana other medicines had failed. 1 bave haa no return of the cancer. ~ MRS. M. T. MA BEN. Woodbury, Hall County, Texas. Treatise on Cancer mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, UA. nld&wism miTOELLAIVEOUS. j OkWul) AT REDLADS AT $200 Per Acre on Ten Years' Time. W. P. McINTOSH, President and General Agent of the BARTON LAND AND WA TER COMPANY, is now selling the finest Orange Land in the City of Redlands for $200 per acre, 10 per cent, cash and no further payment for ten (10) years except .% per cent, per annnm, with one (1) inch of water, miner's measure ment, to every seven acres, in pipes at every ten-acre tract. San Bernardino Valley Branch R. R. and Motor Line through the center of ranch. Canning establishment and packing house also on tbe land. No fruit pestfl of any kind, and not enough of frost to injure the oranges. This is a good opening for the capitalist and business man, as well as for the poor man. The fruits produced will certainly meet the pay ments. For maps and particulars, apply to W. TP. McINTOSH. ja3o-lm Rooms 7 and 8, No. 42 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. _ a 30 Million Pounds Menier chocolate DRANK AND EATEN EVERY YEAR. WPYP BECAUSE of all CHOCOLATES If Hi I « It is the purest and best, Paris Exposition, 1889 y I Ved^l: Ask for YELLOW WRAPPER. —FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.— BRANCH HOUSE, UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK. 15 REMOVAL NOTICE. BERTRAND, :-: Photographer, Will remove to southwes corner Main and Second streets, about January 20th, when we will have all the latest appliances for doing first-class work. French, English and German spoken. Tourist view depot removed to same address. J. T. BERTRAND. f5 W. F. STEIN. CHOICE ORANGE LANDS I AT THE FOOTHIUIiB IN AZUSA.. Weare now SUBDIVIDING one of the Choicest 180-ACRE RANCHES in tho ORANGE BELT Into 10-ACRE TRACTS, to place on the market at present bedrock terms and prices: Only $150 per acre, or One-fourth Gash, balance i, 2 and 3 years Wo can Bhow you orchards ln Azusa where the oranges sold this year for $70 per acre, from trees three years planted, and others from $400 to $500 per acre, according to age. This lovely valley of about 8,000 acres, under the water ditches of the San Gabriel river, Is ar, the altitude just above tbe frost, fog, smut and scale, making It one of the healthiest as well as the most productive for all purposes of any part of Southern California, Situated on the Santa Fe railroad, 23 miles from Los Angeles, where the river Brst leaves the mountains, giving this valley a full and never-f Riling supply of pure water, standing the test of the dryest seasons. It being also the head of the San Gabriel valley, it is not far enough in the interior to place It beyond the force of the delightful summer breezes from the ocean. fay-We also have some improved places in Azusa. HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, ja2B-lm 20 South Spring Street. JOE BAYER & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE and LIQUOR MERCHANTS, ,29 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 38. I feßim PABST BREWING CO., Formerly Ph. Best Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This Beer is sold by the keg or in bottles. Family trade solicited. Orders delivered to parts of the olty. — BEST TO!SriO!=— A Concentrated Liquid Extract of MA 1..T AND HOPS, free from alcohol. Invigorating and nutritious. Insures a healthy apretite. Aids digestion. Strengthens the system. Manufactured by the PABST BREWING 00. of Milwaukee, Wis. For sale by all Druggists. »i. T. VfAMJI, Sole Agent for Southern California, No. 25 Elmlra street, Los Angelei Cal. Telephone No. 224. fl7 8m H.J.W. The Great Appetizer. Famous H. J. W. Old Bourban and Rye Whiskey. ABSOLUTELY PURE! NO FUSEL OIL ! A great relief to those troubled with consump tion, dyspepsia, debility, malaria, chills and fever, loss of apoetite. Indigestion, influenza, etc. Price, $1 per bottle, six bottles for $5. This whiskey ie distilled from selected grain in Louisville, Ky., expressly for H. J. Woolla cott, and is especially adapted for family and medicinal use. BOTTLED ONLY BY H. J. WOOLLACOTT, 124 and 126 North Spring; St., Los Angeles, cal. For sale by druggists and dealers in fine liquors. Exclusive agency for towns given. The above goods can be obtained from the following agents: C. 11. ROBERTS, Monrovia. Cal. UEO. B. HOOIN, Pasadena, Cal. C. H. JOHNSON, Inclowoort, Cal. RAYMOND HOT£L, Hast Pasadena, Cal. »•< i:\-v vie w HOTEL, Redondo Beach, l al. A. V. VIDAL, Azusa, Cal. HOTEL METROPOLE, Aval on, Cal. JOHN McNOAn, Downey, cal. UI.IHIN Ac MILLER, Santa Ana, Cal. L. EKELBCRN. Yuma, A. T. CHAS. YOCNGEK, Santa Barbara, Cal. C. N. CARSON, Itlvera, Cal. HEPBURN Ac TE WRY, Ventura, Cal. J.ROBINSON, Eanianda Park, Cal. C. H. CON (NT, Ontario, Cal. For sale iv th's city by the following well known d:uggists and dealors ln fine liquors. C. EAI'X. 148 S. Spring it, C. EACX, (branch) 551 8. Broadway S. W. EOCKETT, 003 8. Broadway A. E. LITTLE BO V, 100 N. Main st. URBAN A BIIEHLEH, 001 S. Olive it. A. H. BROCKAMP, 115 8. Main St. H. J. WOOLLACOTT, (branch) 453 S. Spring st. L. ROTH, 245 E. First St. f. noil I t. 210 W. Sixth St. MATSON Ac BUIIHNi cor. sth & Depotsts. CABLE PHARMACY, Boyle Heights. H.C. WORLAND, Station B,Boyle Heights. ANUELEHO PHARMACY, 1208 Tem ple St. BEN. L. BAER, cor. Temple st. and Beaudry aye. CEO. tit!iklE, 324 S. Main St. St HADE Ac CRANK, cor. sth Si Spring sts. felB3m aELOICH WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS, NO. 22—Meets first and third Friday of each mo-th .ti. » in camnhell's Eall, East Los Aageius. TO THE|DBLIC! With a desire to meet the popular demand for cheap illumination, and wishing to en courage the use of gas for cooking, heating and manufactaring purposes (for which it is particularly adapted), we beg to announce that en MARCH 1,1890, The price of gas will be reduced to the rate now prevailing in Ban Francisco, namely, Two Dollars Per One Thousand Cubic rcet, LOS ANGELES LIGHTING COMPANY By W.B. CLINE, President. Los Angeles Cal.. Feb. 13,1890. fel3-16t Buy your Hardware, Tinware, Cook, Oil, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, and get your Plumblnfi and i;s»t fitting done by CHAPMAN & PAUL, Nos. 12 and 14 Commercial St., and 314 South Spring St. Telephone No. 422. Branch 418. fe9 eod-3m 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 ln any sum. Current rates. $500 tn $2,000 to loan on collateral for short time, at 8 per cent. NETJSTADT At PIRTLE, I 27 W, Second st., Burdick block. 3 URBI OF TRAVEL. Soota Pacific Company IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME Thursday, Nov. 28, 1889, Trains leave and are dne to arrive at Loa Anireles (New Arcade Depot) Fitth Stbbst. Daily, as Follows- Leave For. dbstinatiok. Arr. Frsra ||3:50r.M Banning. |I10:O4a.m. 5:10 r.M Banning 10:00 r.M. 9:00 a. m Colton 8:57 A. M, II 3:50 r. M Colton I 10:04 a.m. 2.10 r. m Ooltcn 4:20 r. m. 5:10 p. m Demlng and Bast... 10:00 r. M. 5:10 r. m. . El Paso and Bast 10:00 r. m. 12:35 p. M Long Beach .. 11:56 A. M 8:50 a.m. I'Vlf"' 8:80 a... 6:10, m. 4:16 P.. 10:40r.M Ogden and East 7:25 a.m. Ogden and East ... 4:10 r.M. 10:40 p. m Portland, Or 7:25 a.m. 9 00a.m Riverside. 8:67 a.m. II 3:50 p.m Riverside ||iO:O4A.M. 2:10 p. M Riverside 4:20 p. M. Riverside 10:00 p.m. 9:00 A. m San Bernardino S: 57 a. m '13:50 p. m Ban Bernardino jlO :04a. v. 2:10 r.M Ban Bernardino 4:20 r.a. San Bernardino 10:00 p. M. 9:00 A. m Redlands ||10:04a.m II 3:50 p.m Bedlands 10:00 p.m, 1:40 p. m. San Fran, and Sacram'to 7 -.25 a. m. 10:40 p.m. San Fran, and Sacram'to 4:10 p. m. 9:30 a. m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:37 a, m 5:03 p.m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:35 p. m. 1:40 p.m. I Santa Barbara j 4:19 p.m. 7:25ja. m. i Santa Barbara j 9:05 r.M. 9:37 a. m Santa Monies 8:33 a.m. 1:07 p. m Santa Monloa l»:08 p. M. 5:12 p. m Santa Monies 4:28 P, M, II 6:10 p. M Santa Monies 17:35 a.m. 4:28 p. k Tnstln 9:03 A. M. ||11:00a.m Whittier 113:15 P.M. 4:28 p. m Whittier 9:03 a. m Local and through tickets sold, baggage checked, Pullman sleeping oar reservations made, and general Information given upon ap plication to J. M. CRAWLEY, Asst. Q. Pas. Agt, No. 200 8. Bpring St., cor Second. CHARLES 3BYt R> Agent at Depot. U Sundays excepted (Mondays excepted. A. N. TOWNS, General Manager. T.H. GOODMAN, Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Agt. 01-3 m Mem California R'y Co. "SANTA FB ROUTE." IN EFFECT SUNDAY FEBRUARY, 23. 1890. Arrive, r Los Angeles. Leave. i *4:00 p. m Overland n0,15 a. m. •11:45 a. m. San Diego Coast Line »8:15 a.m. *!» .00 p. m. San Diego Coast Line '2:50 p.m. *9:55 A. M Pasadena *10:15 a.m. •2:40 p. m Pasadena *12:15 p. m. +7 :40 a. M Pasadena +7:45 A. M. +8:50 a. m Pasadena *4:O0r. m. 3*4:00 p.m Pasadena. *9:05 p. M. *10:15p, m Pasadena +8:30 a.m. +6:30 p.m Pasadena +5:20 p.m. ♦9:55 A. h Sanßernardino i*lo:lsa, m *4 Ot) p, t ...Sanßernardino »4 00 p m <i 6:30 p.m...San Bernardino.... +s'-30a'm' •R-20 »ii (Riverside, Colton) „_„ ' * +io ial" « 1 an(1 8 9:20 A. V. +10.10 A. M. ? . tU Orange . S +4:30p.m, +7:40 A.M Duarle +5:20 P.M. +10:10 a. m Santa Ana. ♦5:580 p.m Banta Ana. +4:30 p.M. •8 -.10 a. M Redondo Beach.... * 10:15 a.m, '12.10 p. ». .. .Redondo Beach... *l:C0r. m. •3:55 p. M .. Redondo Beach... *5:25 P. M ♦9:55 A. M Redl'nds and Mentone +10:15 A. M. +4:00 p.m. Redl'ndsand Mentone *4 no p. M. +10:10 a. m San Jacinto.... I +4:30 p. M. ♦Dally. +Dally except Sunday. Train leaving Los Angeles at 9:20 a. m. con nects at East Riverside for Ferris, Elsinore and points south. ED. CHAMBERS, Ticket Agent. First-street Depot; CHAS. T. PARSONS, Ticket Agent, 12!). North Bpringstreet. uepot at foot of First street. 123 Coipapie Berne Transatlantip FRENCH LINE TO HAVRE. CIOMPANY'S PIER (NEW) NO. 42 _^f m Wt_ j North River, foot of Morton str -et. rhCMUMK Travelers by this line avoid both transit by English railway and the discomfort oi Croatia: the Channel ln a small boat. LA NORMANDIE, Frangoul, Saturday, Feb 8, 6:30 a m. LA BOURGOGNE, Santelli, Saturday, Feb. 16. 1:00 p m. La BRETANGE, Santelli, Saturday Feb. 22, 7:00 a. m. LA GABCOGNE, Boyer, Saturday, March. 3, 1:30 a. m For freight or passage apply to A. FORGET, Agent, Ne. 3 Bowling Graen, New York. Tickets for sale by all railroad and steamship offices in I .os Angelas. J. F. FUGAZI A 00., Agents, 5 Montgomery aye . k. *. ___ tl PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Goodall, Perkins & Co., General Agents San Frßncisco. Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Ore.; Victoria, B. C, and Puget Sonnd, Alaska, and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUTES. Time Table for February, 18SO. LBAVB BAN FBANCISCO For Port Harford.... 18. 8. Mexico, Feb, 1, 9,17 Santa Barbara... 1 and 25. Ban Pedro fS. 8. Corona, Feb. 5, 13, 21 San Diego J and March 1. • For \B. 8. Eureka, Feb. 3, 11, Redondo I 19 and 27. San Pedro and fS. 8, Los Angeles, Feb. 7, Way Ports J 15, 23 aad March 3. LBAVB SAN PBDBO For \ 8. 8. Mexico, Feb. 3, 11, 19 I and 27. San Diego fS. 8. Corona, Feb. 7, 15, 23, J and March 3. LBAVB BAN PBDBO For 1 8. 8. Corona Feb. 1, 9, 17 San Francisco... ( and 25. Port Harford.... fS. S. Mexico, Feb 5, 13, 21 Santa Barbara.. J and March 1. LBAVB SAN PBDBO AND BEDONDO For ) S. 8. Lob Angeles, Feb. 2, San Francisco t 10,18 and 26. and fS. S. Eureka Feb. 6, 14, Way Ports J 22 and March 2. Care to connect with steamers leave 8. P. R.R. depot, Fifth street, Los Angeles, at follows: Witt the Mexico and Corona *> 9:50 o'clock A.m.; with Los Angeles ano Eureka, going north, at 5:10 o'clock p. v. Passengers per Los Angeles and Eureka vis Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at 5:00 p.m. Plans of steamers'cabins at agent's cffiee. where berths may be secured. The steamers Los Angeles and Eureka will call regularly at Newport pier for and with freight and passengers. The oompany reserve the right to change tht steamers or their day 8 of sailing. sTJ»*-For pasjago or freight as above or for tickets to and from all Important points ln Europe, apply to w. PARRIM, Aarent. Office: No. 124 west Second St.. Loa Angeles, a G. V. RajiidTraDsit R'y. Leave Commercial street, Lob ADgeles, via S. P. R. R , for vlhambr*. Monrovia and Way Stations, WISS DAYS— Forenooa. Afternoon. 9:00 8:54 Leave Monrovia for Alhambra, Los Angeles and Way stations, Forenoon. Afternoon. 8:00 3:20 SUSDAYB— The same time, except 3:54 p. m. train from Commercial street, will leave at 3;14 p. m Passengers transfer at Ramona. Time between Lob Angeles snd Monrovia—Oce hour. INTXBKBMATB STATIONS BBTWSBB TBBKIKAI points, BaentMiHe AT LOB ANSSLBS— Soto street, San Mariuu, Bats, San Gabriel. Ramona, Sunny Slope, Alhambis, Chapman, Mayberry, Baldwin, Lake Vineyard, Arcadia. Special privileges to parties erecting reel donors, on the line of thlt road E. F. BPENCE, F. Q. STORY, President. Gen. Manager. ]1-Bbs O. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist and Chemist, NO. 188 N. Malm St., Los Angeles, Oal Preso ripnoni otreftlly oompoanded day^and