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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL.. XXXIII.—INO. i3b GRAND OPERA HOOBB. H. C. WYATT.Lawee and Manager THREE NIGHTS I THREE NIGHTS 1 And Wednesday Matinee. COMMENCING MONDAY. MARCH 3RD. MIOOIE JIITCHBLt In Three of Her Greatest Eaßtem Successes- REPERTOIRE. Monday (her new play) RAY Tuesday FANCHON Wednesday Matineo RAY Wednesday Night LITTLE BAREFOOT Seats on sale Thursday morning Feb. 27. f23 JJAZARD'S PAVILION. CALIFORNIA STATE CITHCS FAIR OPENS THURSDAY MARCH 11TH, 6 P. M. Continues Through the Week. GRAND PREMIUMS: ' CASH-$2,500-CASH CABH-$2,500-CASII Every County and Locality in Citrus Fruit Growing Districts will compete. The Finest Exhibition of Citrus Fruits In the World. UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE ENTERTAINMENTS AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS In which members o! the Ellis Club, German Turuvereiu. Los Angeles -Athletic Club and Ladies of the W. R. C. ol G. A. R. will participate. See Low Railroad Fares. Popular admission of 25 cents. , 0. M. WELLS. President. E. GERMAIN, Treasurer. F. EDWARD GRAY, f23 td Secretary and Superintendent. JJAZARD'S PAVILION. FRIDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 28TH. SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH IST. Matinee Saturday. THE GREAT EASTERN NOVELTY ! A Most Beiutiful Entertainment." —N. Y. Herald. fowler's Tableaux dArt Co. 7 B EAUTIFUL LADIE S 7 The Well-Known Humorist, GUY DURRELL. Tickets on Bale at Brown's music stor», 111 North Spring street. 122-td JJASEBALL PARK. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26th. BASE 11 VI.JL> ! BASEBALL ! BENEFIT TO-BASEBALL FLAYERS. SAN BERNARDINO VS. LO3 ANGELES, Champions Southern Cali fornia League. General admission, 25 cents. Take First street cable cars to grounds. felS) td ILLINOIS HALL, Broadway and Sixth Street. SOCIAL, AND ENTERTAINMENT, By the Illinois Assooiatlon. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28TH. Grand Literary and Musical Programme ! With Scenes Sketches, Etc ! Citizens and visiting strangers equally wel come. Admission, to cover expenses, only 10 cents. Illinois hall an* offices to let. 'ANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD vertiaements under the following heads in terted at the rate of 6 cents per me lor each insertion, or fl a line per month., PERSONAL. TO HOUSEKEEPERS - SUGAR, 18 LBS. brown or 14 lbs. white. $l; 4 Ibs. rice, sago or tapioca, 25c; 11 lbs, white beaus, 25c; starch, 4 packages 25c; Arbnckle coffee, 25c; germe«,2oc; pickles, 10c a qt.;lo lbs corn meal, 15c; good black or Japan tea, !)sc;can gasoline, 95c; coal oil, 95c; sack flour, 80c; 10 cans salmon $1:3 cans com or tomatoes, 25c; 11 cans fruit $1; 6 lbs raisins or prunes, 25c; npctanncs, Sc a lb; jams aud jellies, 10c a glass; 40 bars soap, $1: bacon, 12c; hams, 13c; pork, 10c ECONOMIC SIOHES, 509-511 S Spring st. film DON'T DISPOSE OF YOUR CAM" OFF clothes until you try Morris, who always pays lull value for g.ntlemou's clothing. Orders by mall promptly attended to. Be sure to look for Bign. "MORRIS," 119 Commercial street. * m IVORCE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office. 24 Weßt First-st.. rooms 10 and 11. j29-tf PERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY 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 Jou. You may procure a situation; sell your onse and lot; rent your vacant property; buj a paying bnsiness or sell to advantage; loan your idle money or borrow oheaper than from agents, aud In a thousand different ways use these colnmns to advantage. On this page ad vertisements are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A DAY - l - LOS ANGELES DETEC tive Bureau will furnish reliable and expert detec ■Wwjiijj—SSp? tives to private persons on VVVjaW' short notice; we invest- TsssJSSpisv - lgate all classes of crime; locate missing parties; ob tain evidence in civil and criminal actions; and all other legitimate business attended to with dispatch. All transactions strictly con fidential; best of references given when re quired; termß Address all com munications to THOS. MCCARTHY, Supt., Room 3S.'Wilson Block. Fes lm WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. SI OT CASH PAID FOR PIANOB, DIAMON DS carriages etc.; must be cheap. PACIFIC LOAN CO., 124% S. Springs?. f23tf WANTED— TO EXCHANGE PIANO AND oil paintings for horses and carriages PACIFIC LOAN CO., 124% 8. Springjt. Hot I-sIDOEE B. DOCKWEILER ATTORNEY-AT law, rooms 10 and 11, Bryson-Bonebrake Block. fe!9 6m ANTED — BY BOY, SADDLE PONY strong, sound and gemle; will pay $20 or $25. Address "W. T.," box 40, this office. feli-tf ANTED —100 POUNIS OF CLEAN colton rags; will pay 2 cents a pound fn small lots. Apply at THIS OFFICE, feO-tf ANTED—PICTUREB TO KKAM li AT Burns' Musio Btore, 152 S. Main st. fit WANTED—tEMALE HELP- WANTED - MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR general housework; must be a good cook German or French preferred. Call betw«en 9 and 10 a. m. at 533 8. MAIN ST. f253t« I WISH TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIKJ, 01 salary, to take charge of my business a their homes; light, very fascinating an healUuil; wages $10 par weok; refeinc given; good pay tor pari. lime. Address,ivft stamp, MRS. MARION WALKER. Louirtllle Ky. 8027 frlAft m WANTED— BY THE LO3 ANGELEB CABLE Hallway Company, smart, respectable men as conouctors. Apply daily, with refer ences ot character, atthe COMPANY'S OFFICE, Grand aye. J. C. Robinson, Superintendent. f25-3t AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO fell our stripped Eteel Door Mats, etc.; liberal terms; exclusive territory given those with small capital. NEW YORK STEEL MAI CO.. 231 Broadway, New York. fe2o lit <»VI AMIS IIIINIP. STRAYED — OLD face; marked vB on left hip; from corner Eighth and San Pedro Btreets, February 14th, finder will receive reward. J. BRE3OVICH. fe2Q9t STRAYED OR" STOLEN - LIGHT BAY horse; no brand; white star in front; gray spot on left shoulder. Finder will be rewarded by re'urniog to CELESTIN'S stables, 113 Los Angeles st. fell) 10t» FOX. SAHi-ijltr rroperiy. FOR SALE —GOOD house, one-half acre set to trees, Jewry cow, and 40 hens, for $1£00; eaiy terms. 516 DOWNEY AVE.,EsßtLoljAngeles. fel4-2w* FOR SALE—BARGAIN, . MUBT BE SOLD, 5-room cottage on Blame street, near Tenth. Inquire of BR. DOLEJBO 8. Fort St. fe2 lm W FOR SILE—NEAR FIFTH STREET AND San Pedro, nice, modem cottage of 5 rooms; prfce, $3,500, $500 cash, balance long time. Address BARGAIN, box 00, this offlee. ja3l-lm | sjouisirv eronerty. IMPROVED RANCH-40 ACRES ORANGE land. Very cheap. Easy terms. 8. B. GORDON, room 28, Bryson-Bonebrake build lug fe24-tf FOR SALE—2O ACRES FINE ORANGE land, on Buena Vista street, in the center of Duarte, with 17 shares of water; 10 acres in oranges, apricots, apples, French prunes and other trees in full beaiing: house of 5 rooms; a bargain at $7,000; terms easy. RUDDY & BURNS, 34 N. Spring St. feB-lm FOR SALE—S ACRES GOOD ALFALFA land near city limits, on the north; plenty of water; good place for cowb or hogs; price $2,500, $t,ouO cath, balance in 1 year. Apply to J. W. POTTS, or address STATION C, box 543. felS-lm FOR SALE—CHOICE FARM PROPERTY, in 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 rnouiß 5 ana 6 Stowell block. ja3o-lm OR S\LE—ORANGE LAND IN AZUSA; notice iv another column; the subdivision of a 180 acre >anch into 10-acre places: lone time and low prices. By HUMPHREYS & KIGOIN, 20 S Spring st. ja2B-lin TO EXCHANHiS. nnfs EXCHANGE—PASADENA PROPERTY. _L clear of iucnmbrancH now valued ats3,*oo (about ODe-ha'f former price), lies well above Btreet, has 360 feet frouge; small house; 11 kinds fruit, besides many flowerß; is all fenced in; was bought for home 3 years ago, and has been wel' cared for; is 10 minutes from center oftowu; clo,e to leiding street aud car line; would exchaugo for raucrt, improved or un improved, and pay some cash. Address OWNER, 12 8 Raymond aye , Pasadena. Cal. ja3l-lm FOR KENT. Loan Co., S. Spring st. flO-tf FOR RENT —ONE BLACKSMITH SHOf, with neat cottage for residence, in old San Bernardino, on Redlauds 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 ANSON & VaN LEUVEN, P. 0. Lor 353, Sau Bernardino, Cal fei3-tf A OS* lt*.J>'»--l*«>Oi?t». room in a private family, to one or two ?entlemen: witniu two minutes walk from 3ity hall; reference required. Apply at 340 S. HILL ST. f22-7t« FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS, SUlT able f r light housekeeping; Norton block Mrner Seventu aud Hill; finest location in the 3ity, reasonable rates. fe9-lm FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED AND UN furuished rooms, for light house-keeping, it the Alameda block, cor. Commercial and Alameda sts., opp. Commercial-street depot, at ;ue lowest rates. fe7 lm* I?OR RENT—NICE, SUNNY, UNFURNISHED " rroms, for light Arply to MRS. A. E. ADAMS, 46 aud 48 Buena Vista tt. ja2B lm FOR RENT— HOUSES. oTT~REN ; r^RES^^ Grand aye. Call In rear of lot; call before 12 m. fe9-lm FOR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY. C. A. SUMNER & CO., 78. Fort St. FlO tf (OH S tI.E—A.IVE NTUUR. lug the. best stock, should see the 1, 2 and 3-year-old, fine graded Durham heifers on the Luguua ranch; there are no b tter milch cows in the country and they can be depended upon to give perfect satisfaction. Apply at FARM HOUSE ranch, "r adaress LAGUNA FAKM CO., P. O. box 1228, c'ty. fel6-lm I'OK SALE—Miscellaneous 1 . B^C^IFH)ETT ; oi a house of 7 roonn and bath; elegantly furnish d; nearly new; ready for housekeeping; only 3 blockß from First aud Spring sts, ou the hill; rent very reasonable; immediate poss s sion given. For further information call on J. H. DbLa MONTE. 112 8. Spring st. (New No.) 123 3t* '' V F*OR SAIE — A FINE 10 HORSE POWER 1 engine, 2 circular wood saws and 1 wood splitter, cheap. Apply at 139 BEGENT ST. J_ 122-4t» FOR SALE—4O-INCH PITTS' SEPARATOR, 20-horsepower Enright's engine. 3 oeaders, nearly new and In complete running order; will be sold for one-ha f cost or exchanged for land or stock. Address 426 8. MAIN ST. f22-7t EDUCATIONAL.. MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF Singing, Piano and Guitar. Special rates to beginners. Rooms 11 and 12 Postoffice building. 3t5 tf NORMAL INSTITUTE—FITS FOR TEAOH •ers examinations; 5 instructors; 12 weeks; opens March 10. Address BOYNTON & BRIS TOL, 8. Spring St. i?.l-14t THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES have opened a boarding and select day school at Ramona, Cal,; the site of the institu tion is unequaled; the course of instruction is of the highest grade. Address for terms SR. SUPERIOR. f2'-llm ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE. GRAND AYE. and Washington st. Spring term begins Monday, February 3d. fe2-lm ACADEMY OF IMMACULATE HEART, PICO Heights—Conducted by the Sisters of Im maculate Heart. The scholastic year com prises two sessions of five months each. The first session commences on the Ist of Sep tember, and second on the Ist of February. Pupils are received at any time during the year. Their session comw < uces from the date of entrance. For fnrther particulars apply on the premises, or at the Cathedral school, Los Angeles st. The above house is the no , itiate of the order. fl 5m LOB ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, 38, 40 and 42 8. Main st, New No. 144. Experienced teachers; completeconrses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin. f22 tf SCHOOL OF CIVIL. MINING, MECHANICAL, Engineering, Surveying. Architect*! re, Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DEB NAILLEN, 723 Market st, San Francisco. flO-tf WOODBURY 8 BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND — SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITINQ INSTITUTE, 169 Bosth Spring Street. Los Angeles, Cal BBBSI'jriS OAT AHD IvaNlWe. Pot pu uoulais, oall at offioo o. J Jresi. .20 y E.d. WOODBUBY. Principal. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25. 1890. HAHCAINB IN REAL, ESTATE. C IKE AT n geles city residence property to sell or ex change lor acreage n- ar Log Angeles city, Orange, Riverside, Santa Ana, Anaheim or Compton. Call or address JOHN I ANG Call at onoe at Natiek House, J-os Angeles city. Jan. 21 1890 f22 tf SPECIAL, NOTICES. ELA HIL STOCK FARM — 250 ACRES pasture for stock: 6 board fence; no wire; termß, *3 a month; ail stock at owners' risk JOE ROMERO, manager. 'a29-lm EACCR«»IONS. ~ SANTA FE ROUTE MILL AHEAD OF ALI competitors, both in time and distance to all points Bast. Special tourist excursions Ea»t every THURSDAY. For full information, apply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A. WARNER. Exc. Manager, 29 N. Sprit)g fltf WINTER TRAVEL— FORTNIGHTLY TOUR lst Excursions—Organized and conducted by the Sonthern Pacific Company, via the Sunset Ronte, New Orleans, Birmingham, Chat tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York, Phtiadelnhia 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 cuffee. Adjustable lunch tables in every section. Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th and 31st; Nov. Uth and 28th; Dec. 13th. 1»89; Jan 3d, 17th and 3lBt; Feb. 14th and 28th: March 14th and 28th; April 11th and 25th, 1890. lor further Information apply to any Agent Southern Pacific Co., or to the General Pas senger Office, No. 200 3. Bpring s*., Cor. Second. Los Angeles. Cal. C.H. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J M CRAWLEY. AbsL Gen'l Pass. Agent; T.H. GOODMAN, G. P. AT. A.; R. GKAY, Gen'l Traffic Mi,r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr. f!5 2m ROCK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS VIA Denver and Rio Grande R'y, "The Scenic Line of the World," leave Los Angeles every Tuesday via Salt Lake City and Denver. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, fully and elegantly equipped. Solid Vestibule trains between Denver, Kansas City, Council Bluffs and Chicago. Magnificent dining and free re clining chair cars. For rates and sleeping reservations, call or address F. W. THOMPSON. Agent, 138 South Spring st. f2 11m PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS PERSONALLY conducted in Pullman tourist oars to New York and Boston. Office, 44 North Spring st. J27tf WALTERS' SELECT EXOUESIONS, PER sonally conducted to all points East with out change. 119 N. Spring st. 125 tf FINANCIAL,. TO LOAN AT R. G. HINT'S TO AN AND INSURANCE AGENCY, Cor. First and Fort, Redickblock, Los Angeles. Agent/or the GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, of San Francisco. ja29-3m T GUARANTEE TO LEND MORE FOR JL less security than anyone In city. KKEFER, rooms 74 and 75 Bryson blook. f25 lm 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, bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any property of value; also on furnitnre, mer chandise, etc., in warehouse; partial payments received, money without del ay; private offices for consultation; will cal if desfred. W. E. I> kg ROOT. Manager, rooms 14 and 15. No. 124% Bouth 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 loans a specialty; bny notes and mortgages. fS rim MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, diamonds, watches, jewelry, plauos, sealskins, live stock, bicycles, mort gages, and all kinds of personal and collat eral security. 402 8. Spring. flB-6m MONEY TO LOAN—IN LARGE OR BMALL amounts on real estate security, by POHLHAUS & SMITH, No. 28 N. Spring Bt., room 4. Fes lm MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY AND COUNTRY property, by GEO. S. ROBINSON, 215 W. First st, f4 lm rjIOLOAN\ $1,000 to $100,000. Bonds, mortgages and dividend-paying stocks bought. At the Main-street Savings Bank and Trust Co. J. B. LANKERSHIM, President, f 13-tf 326 S. Main st. figfrA A AAA TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED wOvUtvy" city and country property; lowest rates; loanß made with dispatch. Ad dress the Northern Counties Investment Trust, Ltd., FRED. J. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal. W. POINDEXTER, 25 W. SECOND ST.— . Loans on good city or country property, fl tf ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—O. A. BUMNER & CO., 7 8. Fort St. f 20-tf ONEY TO LOAN IN BUMS TO SUIT. L. SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First St., Room 13. f4tf (_>l /"WW I TO LOAN—A.J. VIELE.3B SbIUIJ.UUU 8. Spring St., Room 4. _ j3O tf MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER 4 HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78 Terr, plo block f22tf HOffIEOPATHIBTB. DR G 8. WALKER (LATE OK ST. LOUIS), homooepathist; oflice, 130 S. Spriug st; hours, 10 io 12 a. m. and 2to4p. m. f 18-3 m SB.BALIBBURY, M. D.. HOMCiOPATHIST. . Oflice, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build ing, cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 B. Pearl st. Office hours, 11 A. m. to Bp. x. Telophone Nos.: Offlne 697; residence 577. U4M DBS. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N. Spring st , Los Angoles, Cel. Office hours, Bto 12 x., Ito 4 and 6toB p. x. Dr. Boyuton's residence. 735 Olive at. fl9tf ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMBOP ATIIBT Office Hours—ll to IS A. at., 2to 5 ?. ss., Office— Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building, Los Angeles, Cal. Residence 408 Soatb Ttaln strnn*. fJ-tf. SPECIALISTS. opened an oflice on Fort street (No. 130), bet. First and recond, where in the future he will attend to pa ients in person. Specialist eye, ear, throat and chroni" diseases, feis-lm AB. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN, .cor. Fort and Spring streets. Electrioal treatment, baths and massage i3otf 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 care is given. Mid wifery a specialty. 145 Bellevue avo. J2B tf ARIZONA AND MEXICO LANOS. JOHN H. HIBE, LATE OF THE U S. BUR veyor General's oflice of Arizona; Arizona and Mexico investments. 4 South Fort st, Los Angeles, Oal., Room 3. fel4-lm* ATTORNEYS. f DL. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUN . selor at law, 117 New High street, rooms 7 and 8, University Bank building, Los Angeles, California. f7-tf Gsoaei H. Smith. Thomas L. Windsb. Henry M Smith. SMITH, WINDER & SMITH, ATTORNEYS at-Law, will practioe 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, ABSTRACTS. pany of Los Angeles, N. W. cor. Franklin and New High streets. fT7-9m THE BECURITY TITLE INSURANCE AND Abstract Co. of So. Cal. , 40 N. Soring St., rooms 4. 5 and 6. fl7-tf ASSAwKKg. CE. . ogist, 28 North Spring Street; gold snd "H'T assays, $1 00 cucb; character tests grails particular attention given raro oros »iid iniuerals, cements, gypsum, iimc:toaes. cla>», •to. felb m FOR SHOP RUNNING TWO chairs, In the seasMe: will sell for $100 if sold this week. Inquire at CHAVEZ BARBER SHOP, cor. Aliso and los Angeles sts. f25-3t* BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 4PM March Ist for privilege of selling candy, soda water, etc., ia Hazard's pavilion, during the State Citrus Fair. Apply to F. EDWARD GKAY Secretary, Chamber 01 Commerce rooms. 22?!. W. First St. f25-Ot FOR SALE—A BUTCHER SHOP; DOING good business. COR. FIRST AND ALA MEDA BTB. le2-lm* IjIORS ALE—A FINE BUSINESS; CENTRALLY • located; price, $1,200 cash. Address CASH, t'■ O gog :i,150. city. j*3otf FB YSltll ANN. DR. JOHN W. REESE GIVES SPECIAL attention to Orthopedic and Plastic Sur gery; treats surgical diseases and deformities, such as fistula, stricture, piles, fissurj chronic ulcers, cancer aud all tumors, varicose veins, hare lip, strabismus or cross eyes, club-feet, wry-neck, curvature of the spfne, diseases of bono eic. Office, 105% N. Spring Bt. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m,l to 4 and 7to» p. m. f23-tf MRS. DR, "MINNIE WELLS, FIRST LADY licentiate of Kentucky; been in successful practice many years in this city in diseases of w.meu; new method of treatment. Office Suuth Fort st.. corner Fifth. fels-tf CHAS. W. BRYSON, M. D.—DISEASES OP women a specialty. 44% S. Hpring st., Room - 2 ana 3. Telephone, office. 798; res idence. 798. jll tf B. EITZABETH FOLLANSBEE, HAB BE turned from the East. Office and residence, 240 8. Fort st. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m. t02:30p. m. t f24-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. i Residence, 1419 Temple st. fl7 M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D„ M. 0. P. 8. • ,0. Speolalist in diseases of the head, throat and ohest, Including the eye, ear and heart Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen, , mouoxide, and other medicated inhalations, used in all diseases of the respiratory organs. I Office, 37 Sonth Fort street, from 8 A. at. to . 4 F. M. f 3 R, JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN StT 1 Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 4 to 6 and < 7to9p. m. 1 26 tf DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIBT Office 25 North Main Bt. Office Hours, 9 a v. to 4 P.M. fltf-d&W I T_R. 0. EDGAR OF *>3J women a specialty: rectal diseases , treated by the Brinkerhoff Painless System; office corner Main and Seventh sts., Bobarts ' block. fl6-tf D~ H. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT Jnrgeon to tho New York Hospital. 75 N. Spring at. Hoars, 9 to 12, 2to 5. Tel. No. 1,026. _ mat DR. 0. E. OLACIUB HAS REMOVED HIS offiae Irom 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Spring St. Hours from 11 a. tf. to 2p. if. Specialty—Sex ual and skin diseases, ohronio diseases in gen eral, f 24tr DE. CHAS. DE SZIGETHY. OFFICE AND residence. 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1,056. tf «*;ivtists. dentists, Third and Broadway. f2otf OLHURMT. DENTIST, 8% N. SPRING BT., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Honrs, 8 to 5 (• dd filling, fm $2 up. I Porcelain crowns, $5. > ilver or amalgam, $1. . Gold crown,ss and up. i .utes, from $4 to $10. I Extracting, 500 ; with gas or ii-, *1. Bridge work a specialty. j2O-tf R. J. M. WHITE. DR. E. L. TOWNSEND, ♦-Dbntists,— 41 Honth Spring street. I First building north of Bryson-Bonebraat block _ jBl-h Telephone 138. fl9 tf IT> G. OONNINGHAM, DENTIST, BEMOVi XL. to No. 31 N. Spring st., rooms 1 and Phillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. fistf 1882 ESTABLISHED 188 ! DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRSI sts„ Wilson block; take elevator; Room 36; teeth filled without pain; anaesthetic per fectly harmless; all kindsof dentistry done and teeth extracted positively without pain. f4 tf = ; ARCHUEUrtI. CH. BROWN, ARCHITECT, . son-Bonebrake block, 3d floor, rooms 42 : and 43. f!4 tf ADAMS BROS. DENUST , 23 South Spring St. (new number 119%), firßt stairway below the Nadeau hotel. FILLINGS. Gold filling $2.00 to $10.00 Gold alloy filling 1.50 to 5.00 White filling for front teeth ... 1.00 to 2.00 Silver or amalgam filling 1.00 CKOWN AND BRIDGE WORK. Gold and porcelain crowns.. .$ 5 00 to $10.00 Teeth with no plaie 10.00 to 15.00 ; ARTIFICIAL TEETH, Gold plates, Ist, quality $30.00 to $40.00 Silver pates, Ist quality 20.00 to 30.00 , Rubber plates, lstqu»lity 10.00 Rnbber plates, 2d quality 8 00 Rubber plate , 3d quality 6.00 EXTRACTING TEETH. With vitalized air or gas $1.00 Witu cocaine applieo to gums 1.00 Regular extracting 50 Regulating and treating teeth and gums and other operations at lowest prices. All work guaranteed. Office hours from 8 a. m. to 5:3u p.m. rundays 10 to 12 a. m. KW All parties having work done in this office this month will receive 20 per cent, disconnt on the sbove prices. ADAMS BROS. Dentists, 23 South Spring St., next to Nadeau hotel. Be snro you see the name "Adams Bros., Dentists," ou the door. fe9<l2m Orange Land IN THE FOOT HILLS OF SAN GABRIEL VALLEY. Experts say the finest orange land in Call foruia. Plenty of water. Will sell a few 10 and 20-acre tracts to parties who will improve, at a low price and liberal term-. See this before buying, Money to loan on real estate in any sum. Current rates. $500 t" $2,000 to loan on collateral for short time, at 8 per cent. NEUBTADT & PIRTLE, 27 W. Second st., Burdick block. f4lm BARGAINS! Stock ranch of 5,000 acres, near Los Angeles, at $2.50 per acre. Farming and stock ranch (half farming land) of 2,t>60 acres, near Los Angeles, at $7.00 per acre An elegant home on South Olive street, lot Soxlss,cheap. An 8-room house, with lot 50x150 feet, ou Court street, otly $4,000. A beautiful lot, 105x176, on Washington street, very cheap. For further particulars inquire of owner, : room 9, Bryson-Bonebrake block. fe7-lm T. W. T. RICHARDS. Raisin Vineyard Property, : Improved and unimproved estate of George A. Oowles, El Cajon Valley, San Di go County . Cal. Some of the property now pioduciugthe tiuest raiilas grown in California. Also forty seres deciduous fruit ranch. Improved lands, $250 tol>Boo per acre. Raisin packing-house on property, which cost $4 000. Unimproved lands, $25 to $100 ver acre; alc-'fln" iraog? Kagle RockVaUfy and Glendale. fl .'nreol St. Q. MeKOUN, |fe9l*s 6 booth FctSt, ABOUT TOWN. Historical Reception to Dr. L. C. Draper. A POMONA CASE IN COURT Acquitted of a Charge of Bribery The Railroad Situation. Other News. The Southern California Historical Society tendered a reception last evening in the old city hall to Dr. Lyman C. Draper, for many yeara corresponding secretary of the Wiaconsin State His torical Society, and author of a number of well-known histories. Quite a number of ladies, in addition to the members of the society, were present, and the pro ceedings were of more than ordinary in terest. Ganeral MansSeld delivered the address of welcome, in which he con gratulated the aociety in having for its guest such an able historian as Dr. Draper. He said that over 40 years ago he had departed from his boyhood's home and had gone west, finally settling in Wisconsin, passing through Madison, now the capital of the State, on his way to hia future home. He paid a tribute to the country through which he journeyed, and told of the State's Historical Society when he visited Madison a year or so later. It was then atruggling for exist ence, Dr. Draper and a few others fight ing bravely to keep it alive. The outlook was not propitious, but these men kept up their labor, never faltering in their purpoae. The Legislature soon afterward appropriated $500 for the aid of the so ciety, and from that time it grew in im portance until instead of 1,000 books stored in the church basement, it waa assigned a place in tbe capitol, and now it can boast of one of the finest libraries in the country, it being the third in size in the Union. Tne speaker said that the success of the society was due to the ef forts of Dr. Draper, and he deemed it an honor to tender him the courtesies of the society. It had been reserved to but few men to build their own monuments, but this Dr. Draper had accomplished, and it was of a substantial kind, for it would stand in the memories of all in telligent people as long as speech is spoken. Dr. Draper was introduced, and in re ply gave a very interesting account of the work of the Historical Society, of which he said he had been corresponding secretary for thirty-four years. He de scribed how the library had been in creased from fifty Government publica tions to 118,000 volumes, of which 5,000 were bound newspaper files, and he gave a description of the picture galleries, aud museum, containing an Indian collection of great value. The whole, he said, waa well calculated to serve as a basis for historical research. First, everything bearing on Wisconsin bad been collected, then the other Western States were in cluded, and finally the scope of tbe library had been extended so that it cov ered the whole of the United States. He urged that what had been accomplished in Wisconsin could be accomplished here where there ia such a large field. The first thing to do was to obtain funds sufficient to enable the society to pur chase what it could not get free. A per manent endowment should be obtained. He advised that collections should be made of newspapers, pictures of the pioneers, old documents relating in any way to the history of the State; tbe memoirs of the living old settlers should be obtained at once. His advice to tbe society was excellent, and he said that when all had been done the collection would prove the lumber yard for the historians cf the State. Col. Daley moved that a vote of thanks be tendered to Dr. Draper for his in structive address. Carried. A recess was then declared, during which Dr. Draper was personally pre sented to those present. Shortly after 9 o'clock the meeting adj jurned. FOR REVENUE ONLY. A Spirited Caae Irom Pomona Tried Here. Almost the entire bar of Pomona wag present in Justice Lock wood's court yes terday, engaged on one aide or tbe otber in tbe examination of one of their mem bars, H. B. Weaterman, on the charge oi offering a bribe to a witness in a liquor case recently tried in that town. Mr. Westerman was arrested a few days ago on the complaint of one Jonathan Whit comb, the latter bringing the case to Lob Angeles, because, aa he said, the con stabulary of Pomona were all liquor men, and he could not obtain justice from them. The case was called at 10 o'clock and was not completed till after 8 in the evening. District Attorney Kelly, W. A. Bell and F. D. Joy appeared for the prosecution, and P. O. Tonner, J. M. Damron and Len Claiborne for the defense. In the forenoon the prosecu tion presented the testimony of Jonathan Whitcomb, the prosecuting witness; Daniel Huntley and Justice K. A. Hall. In the afternoon Hall and Huntley were recalled, and the prosecution rested. The defense called H. B. Westerman, R. N. Louoke, 0. J. Rolph, P. 0. Tonner and Len Claiborne before adjourn ment, and in the evening F. O. Sianker Nolan and Weßterman. Several of these witnesses were recalled in rebuttal and Bur-rebuttal. The story of the case is quite interest ing. Nolan and Huntley were Ulen dora miners. They were offered $150 by the Pomona Prohibitionists to buy liquor in that town and prosecute the liquor men who sold them the whiskey. They carried out their side of the contract, and, having succeeded quite easily in getting a drink, had one King and sev eral others arrested under "Ordinance 45." The blue noses did not come np, though, with the $150, and, it is alleged, Jonathan Whitcomb, acting for the men, made an offer to Len Claiborne, P. C. Tonner and H. B. Westerman, attorney! for the defense in the King caae, to get the men out of the country for $300 be fore the case came to trial. Tonner made an appointment to meet the men at his house ou the evening ol the 7th instant, and posted Frani "lauker, a constable and deputy snoi v? at the open FIVE C&ATfii. window, where he could see and hear distinctly all that went on inside. The six men assembled at the ap pointed hour, and Tonner, affecting a merry mood, compelled the conspirators to raise their voices to such a pitch that there could be no doubt about Slacker hearing. The Prohibitionists (for reve nue only) made a proposition to take tickets to Mexico, and enough money to make up the $300, and leave the town immediately. An appointment was made by one of the lawyers to meet the men at Azusa and hand over the cash, and tbe party broke up. Warrants were sworn ont for their arrest that very night, and. placed in Slanker's hands. The King case came on doly, and the witnesses, seeing that they had been tricked, appeared for the prosecution. King was convicted. When the exam ination of Nolan and Huntley came np before Justice Hall for offering to take a bribe, th.it Justice discharged the men, arousing great indignation thereby. Immediately after his release, Nolan, who had been deserted by his prohibition friends and compelled to lie in m cold, damp cell with his brother Blotter, Hunt ley, left the town. Huntley remained, and Whitcomb, it is said, in revenge, swore out the warrant for Westerman for offering a bribe. On the conclusion of the testimony yesterday Justice Lockwood promptly discharged Mr. Westerman, and the Pomona contingent went oat to paint tbe town, having no obnoxious "Ordinance 45" to fear in so doing. RAILWAY NOTES Santa Fe Read All High t-Important Railway riitlan. Advices from along tbe line of the At lantic and Pacific show that the difficul ties on that route are about cleared away. There was a cloud burst in the vicinity of Winslow, Arizona, which carried away a section of the track and a part of the bridge over the Little Colorado. General Manager Wade received a telegram from General Manager Bobinson, of the At lantic and Prcific, announcing that the road was clear, and that trains could safely be dispatched from Los Angeles East yesterday. The overland on the Santa Fe due Saturday afternoon, did not get in until Sunday morning, and the train due here Sunday afternoon got in on Monday morning at 10:30. The overland of yesterday was cancelled, the twelve cars having been transferred at Albuquerque to the Southern Pacific last Saturday. They came early this morning on train 20, which arrived four hours late. The overland to the East on the Santa Fe left yesterday morning to run out over the track of this line and the Atlantic and Pacific without transfer. A special orange train which left on Sunday was transferred at Colton to the Southern Pacific, and carried by that route as far as Deming. A number of import ant railway officials are in town. 8. W. Knapp, the superin tendent of the Salt Lake division of the Union Pacific, arrived from the north last night. General Traffic Manager C. 8. Melien, who has been traveling in this part of the State for his health, came in from Raymond yesterday in his special car, and will go north today. J. J. Frey, the superintendent of the Missouri, Kan sas and Texas, arrives today in a special car, and Sir Sidney H. Waterlow, one of the directors of the London and Northwestern, came in early this morn ing in his special car attached to the Southern Pacific train from the East. He is making a tour of the continent and studying our railway system. SAN DIEGO BEATS US. its Chamber of Commerce Has ZOO more Members Tban Oars. Secretary Patton, of the Chamber of Commerce, got back frcm a trip to San Diego yesterday. He celebrated his re turn by sending off a quantity of fine fruit to the Board of Trade exhibit at San Francisco. The secretary made the trip to San Diego for the purpose of looking into tbe operations and methods of the Chamber of Commerce of that cit§>, especially the matter of the permanent exhibit and the ladies's annex. He found that the San Diego chamber has 200 more paying ac tive members than the Los Angeles chamber. If the population of this city were as well represented in proportion as that of San Diego in its Chamber of Commerce this organization would have considerably over a thousand members, and could not only maintain a good permanent exhibit, but could devote can siderable sums to advertising the country through the East, and to starting new enterprises. THE CITRUS FAIR. J. De Bartta Snore to Deliver tbe Opening: Address. Hon. J. De Barth Shorb, of Alhambra, has been asked to deliver the opening address at the Citrus Fair, and has ac cepted the invitation. Mr. Shorb is an authority on citrus fruits as he is on viniculture, and a fine address is ex pected. Governor Waterman will also be present and speak on the opening night. Captain Gray, the superintendent of the fair, is exercising his ingenuity on the question of how best to decorate the pavilion for the fair. The building is so enormous that vast quantities of greenery or bunting will be required to cover np the nakedness of its walls and ceiling. He will be glad to receive suggestions in tbe matter. In the middle of the main floor there will be an elegant pagoda built, which will hold the musicians. This wili enable them to be heard more satisfactorily all over the building than if they were located on the stage. Died t mm Her Burn*. At 1:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon Miss Howell, the 17-year-old daughter of W. E. Howell, the publisher, died at the residence of her parents, No. 140 Sooth Figueroa street, after a prolonged and painful illness. The young lady was severely burned on the afternoon of January 29th last, while cleaning a pair of gloves with beDzine, and suffered ter ribly from the effects of the accident. For pver a week past she had been de lirious, and her recovery had been pro nounced as improbable by the attending physicians. Miss Howell's amiable dis position and many good traits won for her the esteem of a host of friends and acquaintances, and her loss will be mourned by all who were fortunate enough to know her.