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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
V r oli. XXXIII.—iNO. i 39 AMUSEMENTS. /IRAND OPERA HOUSE. 4 „ maar XJ H. C. Wvatt. Lessee and Manager. THREE NIGHTS I THREE NIGHTS I And Wednesday Matinee. COMMENCING MONDAY. MARCH 3RD. MAUOIE WITCHELL In Three of Her Greatest Eastern Successes. REPERTOIRE. Monday (her new play) RAY Tuesday FANCHON Wednesday Matinea LITTLE BAREFOOT Wednesday Night RAY Beats on sale Thursday morning Feb. 27. f23 JJAZARD'S PAVILION. CALIFORNIA STATE CITRUS FAIR OPENS TUESDAY MARCH 11TH, 6 P. M. Continues Through the Week. GRAND PREMIUMS: CASH-52.500-CABH CABH-$2,500-CASII Every County and Locality in Citrus Fruit Growing Districts will compete. The Finest Exhibition ot Citrus Fruits in tbe World. UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE ENTERTAINMENTS AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS In which members of the Ellis Club, German Turuvereiu. Los Angeles Athletic Club and Ladies of the W. R. C. of G. A. R. will participate. See Low Rail: oid Fares. Popular admission of 25 cents. 0. M. WELLS, President. E. GERMAIN, Treasurer. F. EDWARD GRAY, j f23 td Secretary and Superintendent. (1 RAND OPENING X OF SOL ISAAC'S California Dime museum ! 116 North Main Street, FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, BY PROF. NRAL GIRARD A CO., Having just'arrlved from the East, with their mammoth collection Of curiosities and wonderful fro .ks ot nature. WHAT IS IT? HE, SHE OR IT? HALF MAN AND HALF COW. On Earth There is No Other Like It ! ' This freak of nature was born in Palatka, Florida. It is pronounced by tbe public and the press to be the Btrangost being ever born to breathe the breath of life. t All practicing physicians are invited to give i this wonderful freak of nature a critical ex- ! amination. The above with many other curiosities will be on exhibition In this city for 3 days only, SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY, j March Ist, 2d and 3d. Boors open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Admission 10 cents to all. f27-5t JJAZARD'S PAVILION. FRIDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 28TII. SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH IST. . Matinee Saturday. THE GREAT EASTERN NOVELTY ! j A Most Be utilul Entertainment." —N. Y. 1 Herald. Courier's Tableaux dArt Co. 7 BEAUTIFUL LADIES 7 The Well-Known Humorist, GUY DURRELL. Tickets on sa'e at Brown's music store, m i North Spring street. f22-td j jjazard's pavilion. ! Announcement Extraordinary ! TWO NIGHTS ONLY !. MARCH STH & 6TH. Firat Appearance of tbe Great ! LEVI CONCERT tOMPANV ! j MR. JULES LEVY, The World's Greatest Cornetist. Prices, $1.00, 75 cents, 50 cents aud 25 j cents, according to location. , Tickets on Bale at Brown's mnsic store, 111 N. Spring street, beginning Saturday March Ist. f2B-td JJA9EBALL PARK. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, MARCH IST AND 2D. It is 10 It ILL ! BASEBALL, I OAKLANDS, Champions of State League, vs. LO3 ANGELES. Champions Southorn Cali fornia Leagne. General admission, 25 cents. Take First street cable cars to grounds. fe2o Hi ILLINOIS HALL, Broadway and Sixth Street. SOCIAL AND ENTERTAINMENT^ By the Illinois Association. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28TH. Grand Literary and Mußical Programme ! With Scenes Sketches, Etc ! Citizens and visiting strangers equally wel come. Admission, to cover expenses, only 10 cents. Illinois hall and offices to let. «7ANTB, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD TT vertisements under the following heads in terted at the rate of 6 cents per me for each insertion, or fl a line per month. WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED— BECOND-HAND COUNTER AND bar fixtures. Address H. WITALIM, 2(i D iwney avenue. f2S-2t* i OT CASH PAID FOR PIANOS.DIAMONDS, oarriagos etc.; must be cheap. PACIBTC LOAN CO., 124>4 8. Spring st f23tf ANTED—TO EXCHANGE PIANO AND oil paintings for horses and carriages. PACIFIC LOAN CO., 12*Hj 8. Spring st. f!stf WANTED — BY BOY. SADDLE PONY; Btrong, sound and gentle; will pay $20 or $25. Address "W. T.," box 40, this office. le!4-tf WANTED — 100 POUNI S OF CLEAN, cotton rags; will pay 2 cents a pound in small lots. Apply at THIS OFFIOE, fe9 tf ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME AT Burns' Music Store. 152 S. Main St. fltf WANTED—M 4LE HELP. WANTED— A BOY ABOUT 1G YEARS OF age; must be of neat appearance and be willing to make himself generally useful. Call at 116 N. MAIN ST.. Dime Museum. f27-2t WANTED—tEMALE HELP. LADIBB, ON salary, to take charge of my business at their homes; light, very .a*c, and healthful; wages $10 por week; reference given; good pay for part time. Add: ess, with stamp, MRS. MARION WALKER. Louisville, Ky. sc27 frl&taOm PERSON A£> • TO HOUSEKEEPERS - SUGAR, 16 LBS. brown or IS lbs. white, $1; * lbs. rice, sago or tapioca., 25c; 11 lbs. white beans, 25c; starch 4 packages 250; Arbuckle coffee, 25c; germea, 20c; pickles, 10c a qt.; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; good black or J*pan ten, bsc;can gasoline, 95c; coal oil, 95c; sack floor, 80c; 10 cans salmon $1; 3 oaus peas or tomatoes, 2 >c; 11 cans frnit $1; 6 lbs raisins or prunes, 25c; nectarines. Bo a lb; jams and jellies, 10c a glass; 40 bars soap, $1; bacon, 12o; hams, 13c; pork, 10c ECONOMIC SIOiiES, 509 511 8 Spring st. Telephone 975. f4lm I kON'T DISPOSE OF YOUR CAsT OFF U clothes until you try Morris, who always pays full vilue for g-ntlemeu's clothing. Orders by mail prcmptly Attended to. Be sure to look for sign. "MORRIB," 119 Commercial street. 14 lm DIVORCE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office. West First-st,. rooms 10 and 11. J29 tf DERBONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY ■ body. How to make and save money. Read ihe classified advertisements In the Herald dally. A few oeilts spent in an ad vertisement may make thousands of dollars for jou, You may procure a situation; sell your house and lot; rent your vacant property; buy a paving business or Sill to advantage; loan your idle money or borrow cheaper than from agents, aud iv a thousand different, ways nse these colnmns to advantage. On this page ad vertisements are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A DAY. * LOS ANGELES DETEC tive Bureau will furnish reliable and expert detec tives to private persons on tp VgHyjßiW' short notice; we invest **sfcjßfjP igate all classes of crime; locat missing parties; ob tain evidence in olvil and criminal actions; and all other legitimate business attended to with dispatch. All transactions strictly con fidential; best of references given when re quired; t»-rms reasons-*>le. Address all com munications to THOS. MCCARTHY, Snpt., Room 38. Wilson Block fgS lm LOST tßll rOtNM. LOST— NOTICE: NOTE DATED JANUARY 7th, due July Ist, 1890, by W. A. Parr & Co., without endorssment, and order of Javier Vorha, beiug lost, the public is cautioned from buying. f26-3t« E STRAY—CAME TO MY RANCH, JANUARY Ist, Vermont avenue. 3 miles south Park station, one red heifer calf, red and white bull calf, about 10 months old. Owncis can have same by paying expenses. P. CONNOLLE. f27 7f CJTRAYED Oil BTOT.EN — LIGHT BAY 0 horse; no brand; white star in front; gray spot on left shoulder. Finder will be rewarded by re'urniDg to CELESTIN'S stables, 111 Los Angeles st. fe!9 lot* rOR SALE-Clly Property • BE SOLD, 5-room cottage on Blame street, near Tenth. Inquire of BR. DOLE, 20 S. Fort St. fe2 lm OR S»LE—NEAR FIFTH STREET AND San Pedro, nee, modern cottage of 5 rooms; price, $3,500, $500 cusb, balance longtime. Address BARGAIN, box GO, this office. ja3llm com. SALE—country TMPROVED RANCH—4O ACRES ORANGE 1 land. Very chrap. Easy terms. S. B. GORDON, room 28, Bryson-Bjuebrake build ing. fe24-tt LH>R SALK- -20 ACRES FINE ORANGE JD land, on Buena Vista street, iv the center of Duarte, with 17 sharss of water; 10 acres.in oranges, apricots, apples, French prunes and other trees ln full beaiing: house of 5 rooms; a bargain st $7,000; terms easy. RUDDY & BURNS, 34 N. Bpring gt. feB-lm 61t SALE—S ACRES GOOD ALFALFA land ne ir city limits', oa the north; plenty of water; good place for cows or hogs; price $2,000. $(,ot.o ca'h, balance ln 1 year. Apply to .1. W. POTTS, or address STATION C, box 543 fels-lm OR~SALE—CHOICE FARM PROPERTY, in tracts of 5t o 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. roomß 5 ana 6 Stowell block. j.i3o-lm OK S vLE—ORANGE LAND IN AZUSA; notlse in another column; the subdivision of a 180 acre anch into 10-scre places' long time and low prices. By HUMPHREYS Jit RIGGIN, 20 S Spring st. ja2B-lm COR ' IiST. pTcTfic JP Loan Co., 8. Spring st. U6-tf FOR RENT-ONE BLACKSMITH SHOt, with neat cottage for residence, in old San Rernardino, on Redlands motor road, near junction ot Santa Fe R. R ; cottage consisting of 4 rooms, with summer kitchen; a good pay ing buslnrss; reut $15. Apply to ANBON & V \N LfcUVEN, P. 0. box 353, Sau Bernar Mno, Cal. fel3-tf FOR HUNT—ROOMS. I.IOR RENT—FOUR ROOMS AND BATH; ! lew. 218 S. BUNKER HILL AYE. f27-3t* OR RENT-FIVE NICELY FURNISHED rooms. Apply at NO. 9 E. TWENTY THIKD HT. 126-31* lilOR RENT—A FINELY F URM3HED FRONT ! rcom in a private family, to one or two gentlemen: witnin two minutes walk from city hall; reference required. Apply at 340 8. HILL ST. 122-71* FOR RENT-UNFURNISHED ROOMS, SUlT able for light housekeeping; Norton block corner Seveutti and Hill; finest location in the city, reasonable rates. fe9lm IjlOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED AND UN ! furnished rooms, for light house-keeping, at. the Alameda block, cor. Commercial and Alameda sts., opp. Commercial-street depot, at the lowest rates. fe7lm* f7<OR RENT—NICE, SUNNY, UNFURNISHED F rooms, for light housekeeping. Apply to MRS. A. E. ADAMS, 40 and 48 Buena Vista st ja2B lm COR RENT—BOUSES. IflOR RENT—7-ROOM HOUSE, TWELFTH 1 sad Sentous; 5-room hoase, Girard near gen ions; 4-room house, Cincinnati near Temple; all in choio oider; cheap. WM. 8. DeVAN. W. Fir6t Bt., room 1. 128-3t* RENT—A 12-ROOM HOUBE~ON MAIN, ■ near Sixth street; with all m dern improve ments. Apply at 17 N. MAIN ST., room 22 f26-7t IriOß RENT—CLOSE IN; 3-ROOM HOUSE; ! closets, pantry, etc. 104 MAYO ST. f2(i 3 « IjiOß RENT—REBIDENCE, NO. 31 SOUTH 1 Grand aye. Call lnrear of lot; call before 12 m. le9-lm FOR RENT—HOUSEB ALL OVER THE CITY. 0. A. SUMNER & CO.. 7S. Fort St. FlO tf COR SALE-LIVE STOCK.. FOR SALE—A MATCHED TEAM OF YOUNG stylish and reliable carriage horses, at PEARL AND PICO BARN. f27 2t» FOR SALE—DAIRYMEN AND ALL WLPH ing th«i 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. Apr ly at FARM HOUSE Laguna ranch, or adoresß LAGUNA FARM CO., P. O. box 1228, city. felO-Im COR SAEE—miscellaneous. FOR SALE—THE ENTIRE STOCK OF A well fitted up chicken ranch and furniture; ranch to rent, with 5 acres all in fruit; good house and barn. Address R. C, box 40. this office. f27 2t» FOR SALE—A SACRIFICE; FURNITURE of 7 rooms and bath; nearly new; ready for housekeeping; 3 blocks from First and Sprlug sts, on the hill; rent reasonable; immediate possession given. Call on J. H. De La MONTE, 112 8. Spring st. (New No.) f26 st» FOR SALE—4O-INCH PITTS' SEPARATOR, 20-horsepower Enright's engine. 3 headers, nearly new and in complete running order; will be sold for one-ha'f cost or ex ha used for land or stock. Address 420 8. MAIN ST. f22-7t assayeks. and minerol . ogisr, 28 >'(-"• Spring Street; gold and silver asiays, $1. ■ oh; character tests gratis; particnlar attent.o.. given rare ores and minerals, cements, gypsum, limestones, clays, etc. te!6 m FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1890. SPECIAL NOTICES. LA HIL SIOCK FARM — 250 ACRES Ii pasture for stock; 6 hoard fence; do wire; terms, #3 a month; ail stock at owners' risk JOE KOMKRO, manager. UI SI NESS CHANCES WANTED— $500; A MAN WITH ABOVE amount may learn of a splendid business opening; must be willing to travel. For further particulars address NE AL GIRARD, city. f27-2t BIDS WILL BE RECKIVED UNTIL 4 P. M. March Ist for privilege of selling candy, soda water, etc., la Hazard's pavilion, during the State Citrus Fair. Apply to F. EDWARD G KAY Secretary, Chamber oi Commerce rooms, W. First St. f25-Ct POR SALE—A BUTCHER SHOP; DOING eood business. COR. FIRST AND ALA MEDA STS. ie2-lm» lilOK SALE-A FINE BUSINESS; CENTRALLY 1 located; price, $1,200 cash. Address CASH, P. O Box 3,156. city. j * 30-tf TO EXOHANOE. TO EXCHANGE—WILL EXCHANGE FOR buggy or wagon and harness, a first-class dooble-harrel breech-loading shotgun. 18 COMMERCIAL ST. fzB 3t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR HOUSE and Int.. fine lot on Union avenue. Csllor address 919 8. MAIN ST., city. f26-7t* TO EXCHANGE—PASADENA PROPERTY, clear of incumbrance now valued a*. (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; clo»e to leading street and car line; would exchange for rancr>, improved or un improved, and pay some cash. Address OWNER, 12 8 Raymond aye , Pasadona. Cal. ja3l-lm SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF AL:. competitors, both in time ..nd distance, to all points East. Special tonrlot excursions Ba»t every THUR3DAY. For lull information, apply to or address any «gent. or Ci.ARENCK A. WARNER, Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring fltf WINTER TRAVEL—FORTNIGHTLY TOUR lst Excursions—Organized aud conductod by the Southern Pacific Company, via the Sunset Ronte, New Orleans Birmingham, Chat tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York, Philadeinhia 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 cuffoe. Adjustable lunch tables in every section. Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th and 31st; Nov. 14th and 28th; Deo. 13th. 188H; Jan 3d, 17th and 31st; Feb. 14th and 28th: March 14th and 28th; April 11th and 25th, 1890. For further Information apply to any Agent Sonthern Pacific Co., or to the General Pas senger Office, Ho. 200 S. Spring s'.. Cor. Second. Los Ange'es. Cal. C. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J. M CRAWLEY Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T.H. GOODMAN, G. P. A T. A.; R. GRAY, Gen'l Traffic M*r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr, f!5 2m PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS PERSONALLY conducted in Pullman tourist cars to New York and Boston. 44 N. Spring st. f27 tf ROOK I3LAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS VIA Denver and Ri" Grande R'y, "The Scenic Line of the World," leave Los Augele* every Tuesday via Salt Lake City and Denver. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, fully and elegantly equipped. Solid Vestibule train« 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 f2 11m WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER sonally conducted to all points East with ont change. 119 N Spring st. 125 tf FINANCIAL. TO LOAN AT R. G. LUNT'S TOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY, Cor. First and Fcrt, Kedlck block, Los Angeles. Agent ior tho GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, of San Francisco. ja29-3m PACIFIC LOAN COM PAN Y—LO AN 8 MONEY in any amonuts on all kinds of personal property and collateral security, on piannß 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 without delay; private offices for consultation; will cal if desired. W. E. DeGKOOT, Managor, rooms 14 and 15- No. Bouth Bpriug at ja3o T GUARANTEE TO LEND MORE FOR J. less security than any one in city. KEEFER, rooms 74 and 75 Brysou block. f25 lm 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. f5-12m MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, sealskins, live stock, is, bicycles, mort gages, and all kinds of persoual and collat eral security. 402 8. Spring. flB-6m MONEY TO LOAN—IN LARGE OR SMALL amounts on real estate security, by POHLHAUS <S SMITH, No. 28 N. Spring St., room 4. Fes lm MONEY TO LO tN ON CITY AND COUNTRY property, by GEO. 8. ROBINSON, 215 W. First st, f4 1m ijlOLOAs] $1,000 to $100,000. Bonds, mortgages and dividend-paying stocks bought. At tho Main-street Savings Bank and Trust Co. J. B. LANKERSHIM, President, fl3-tf 326 S. Main st. g.sai| AAA TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED ©OUtMUvU 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. POINDEXTER, 25 W. SECOND PT. . Loans on good o,tv l o country property, ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—C. A. BUMNER & CO.. 7 S. Fort St. f2O-tf MONEY TO LOAN IN BUMS TO SUIT. L. SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First St., Room 13. 14 tf ©iriri nnn to loan—a. j. Viele.ss ©IUU.UUU Spring St., Room 4. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR TIMER & HARRIS, attornoys-at-lsw. 78 Temple block f i2tf homeopathlsts. homceepathist; office, 130 8. Spring -t; hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 2to4p. m. flB-3m H.S ALISBURY, M. D.. HOMUCOPaTMIST. . Offioe, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build ing, oor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 688 S. Pearl st. Offloo hours, 11 A. M. to BP. K. Telephone Nos.: Offioe 697; residence 677. jfStjj DEB. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N. Spring st., Los Angeles, Oal. Office honrs, 8 to 12 m., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 v. x. Dr. Boynton's residence. 735 OUve at. Il9tf ISAAC FELLOWS, K. D.-HOMKOP ATHIST Office Honrs—ll to 13 A. M., 2to 5 °. m., Office—No*. 2 and 6 Odd Fellows' Bnilding, Los Angeles, Oal. Residence 408 Sonth Main street. fO-tf. ATTORNEYS. ISIDORE B. DOCKWEILER ATTORNEY-AT law, rooms 10 and 11, Bryson Boiiebrake Block. felO Gm DL. UUSBEIL, ATTORNEY AND COUN . Belor at law, 117 New High street, rooms 7 and 8, University Bank building, Los Angeles, California. f7-tf Gbobg* H. Smith. Thomas L. Windmb. Hewkv 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 Higb St.. Los Angeles. Oal. Telephone. No. 583 j!4t. ABSTRACTS. B3TRACT AND TITLEINSURANCE COM pany of Los Angeles, N. W. oor. Franklin and New High streets. f!7 9m THI BECURITY TITLE INSURANCE AND Abstract Co. of So. Cal., 40 N. Soring st., rooms 4,5 and 6. fiv-U PHYSICIANS. DR. JOHN.W. REESE GIVES SPECIAL attention to Orthopedic and Plastic Sur gery; treats surgical diseases and deformities, such as fistula, stricture, piles, fisture chronic nlccrs, cancer and all tumors, varicose veins, hare-lip, strabismus or cross eyes, club-feet, wry-neck, curvature of the spine, diseases of bone etc. Office, N. Spring st. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m,l to 4 and 7to9p. m. f23-tf RS. DR. MINNIE WELLS, FIRBT LADY licentiate of Kentucky; 9 years' successful practice in this city in diseases of women; has in i onnectlon with her practice electro-thermal baths, Office 50Z S. Broadway, cor. Fifto St. f!stf CHAS. W. BRYBON, M. D.-DIBEAHE3 OF women a specialty. 44Vi 8. Spring St., Rooms 2 ana 3. Teleptnne, offioe, 79t5; res idence. 798. jll tf DR. ELIZABETH FOLLANSBEE, HAB BE turned from the East. Office and residence, 240 8. Fort St. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p.m. 1f24-tf R. FRED R. FROST, 17 N. MAIN ST., Les Angeles. Specialty: Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Chest. Office hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 5, 7to 8. Tel: Office, 96; residence, 96 Residence, 1419 Temple st. fl7 M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., M. 0. P. 8. •O. Bpeolalist in diseases of the head, throat and oheet, including the eye, oar and 1. an. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen, mo'.toxlde, and other medicated inhalations, used in all diseases of the respiratory organs. Office, 37 South Fort street, from 9 a. m. to 4f.it. f 3 RTJO3EPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN StT Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 4 to 6 and 1 to 9 p. ra. f26 tf DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIST Offioe 26 North Main St. Offioe Hours. 9a M. to 4 P. M. fltf-d&W R. C. "EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF women a specialty: rectal diseases treated by the Brlnkerhoff Painless System; oflice corner Main and Seventh sts., Robarts block. fl6-tf 7" k H. WEST HUGHES, FORMES RESIDENT It Jargeon to tho New York Hospital. 76 N. Spring st. Honrs, 9 to 12. 2 to 6. Tel.No. 1,026. f24tf DR. 0. B. OLAOIUB HAS RUMOVED HIS offioe from 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Spring St. Hours from 11 a. m. to 2p. m. Specialty-i>ox unl and skin disease*, ohronlo diseases in gen oral, f 24tf DR. OHAB. DE SZIGETHY. OFFIOE AND residence. 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1.056. tf DENTISTS. RsTc. H. dentists, Third and Broadway. f2O tf TOLHURST. DENTIST, S% N. SPRING ST., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Hours, 8 to 5 Gold filling, fm $2 up. I Porcelain crowns, $5. Silver or amalgam, SI. i Gold crown,ss and up. Plates, from $4 to $10. I Extracting, 500 ; with gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty. j2O-tf R. J. M. WHITE, DR. E. L. TOWNSEND, —Dentists,— 41 Sooth Spring street. First building north ot Bryson-Bonebrake block Telephone 138. fl9 tf RG. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVE . to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and Phillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. fl stf 1882 ESTABLISHED IHB : UR. L. W. WELLS, COR. BPRING AND FIR-il sts„ Wilson block; take elevator; Room teeth filled without pain; ausesthotio per iectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done and W£th extracted positively without pain, f4 tf UiIIICATIUNAL. MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF Singing, Piano and Guitar. Hnenial rates to beginners. Rooms 11 and 12 Postoffice buildlnt,-. j!5 tf KORMAL INSTITUTE—FITS FOR TEA'iH ers examinations;slnstructors; 12 weeks; opens March 10. Address BOYNTON & ftVLIB TOL, 33014 8- Spring St. l«I-14t THE SISTEHS 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 highußt grade. Address for terras' SR. SUPERIOR. f2)-llm OT. VINCENT'S COLLEGE. GRAND AYE. k5 Rnd Washington st. Spring term begins Monday, February 3d. fe2-lm ACADEMY OF IMMACULATE HEART, PICO Heights—Conducted by the Bisters ol Im maculate Heart. Tho scholastic year com prises two sessionsof five months each. The first sessiou 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 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.itiateof the order. f 1 5m 108 ANGELES BUBINEBS COLLEGE AND J English Training School, 38,40 and 42 8. Main st, New No. 144. Experienced teachers; complctecourses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin. f22 tf SCHOOL OF CIVIL. MINING, MECHANICAL, Engineering, Surveying, Architectnre, Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILI KN, 723 Market st, San Francisco. f 10-tf WOODBURY'S BUSINEBS COLLEGE —AND— SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 Sosth Spring Btroet, Loa Angeles. Oal SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING For particulars, call at offloo or address. s2O-ly 7.0. WOODBURY. Principal. ARIZONA AND MEXICO LANDS. veyor General's office of Arizoua; Arizona and Mexico investments. 4 Bouth Fort st, I os inireics, Cal.. R »om 3. fe!4 lm* arc fin ec rs. CH. BROWN, ARCHITECT, OFFICE, BRY , son-Bonehrake block, 3d floor, rooms 42 and 43 fl4 H ADAMS BROS. DENHST , 23 South Spring St. (new number 119U), first stairway below the Nadeau hotel. CILLINOS. Gold filling $2.00 to $10.00 Gold alloy filling 1.50 to 5.00 White fllllDg for front teeth ... 1.00 to 2.00 Sliver or amalgam filling 1.00 CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. Gold and porcelain crowns. .$ 5 00 to $10.00 Teeth with no pla'o 10.00 to 15.00 ARTIfTCI AL TEETH. Gold plates, Ist quality $30.00 to $40.00 Silver plates, Ist quality 20.00 to 30.00 Rubber plates, lstqutlity 10.00 Rubber plates, 2d quality 8 00 Rubber plates, 3d quality 6 00 EXTRACT!NO TEETH. With vitalized air or gas $1.00 Witu cocaine applied to gums 1.00 Regular extracting 50 Regulating and treating teeth and gums and other operations at lowest prices. All guaranteed. Office hours from 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Sundays 10 to 12 a m. partlei having work done in this office this month will receive 20 per cent, disconnt on the above prices. ADAMS BROS. Dentists, 23 South Spring St., next lo Nadean hotel. Be sure you see the namo "Adam* Bros., Dentists," on the door. ft 9 12m Btook ranch of 5,000 acres, near Los Angeles, at $2 00 per acre. Farming and stock ranch (half farming land) of 2,«60 acres, near Los Augcles, at $7.00 per acre An eit> B ant home on South Olive street, lot 50x155, cheap. An 8-room house, with lot 50x150 feet, on Court street, OL-ly $4,000. A beautiful ; "T-"" 1 ""ir'-.'i-too street, very ohea For farther partiou;u. ■ n:r.« of owner, rooms, a*js»n-Boucb-.a;u ; ck faT-lm WCHARDB, THE CONDUCTORS. Their Union Disbanded at Last Night's Session. THE GEIPMEN STILL TOGETHER. End of the Recent Tronble With the Cable Company—Two Cottages Destroyed. The union of the cable-road conductors met this morning at 1 o'clock and carried oat their part of the compromise which was effected between the men and Super intendent Robinaon Wednesday after noon, by voting their organization out of existence. The financial affairs of the union were cleared up, and it was de cided to disband. The men said that the objects for which the organization was formed had been achieved, and the superintendent on his part had agreed to modify his order. The men found it very in convenient to attend the meetings after night service, and so much trouble had grown out of its existence that they had come to a unanimous conclusion to aban don it. The gripmen will hold a meeting next Saturday night. It is said that their union will be continued, at least for the present. The men were very indignant over a report which appeared last Thursday morning in a Spring-street daily, which stated that they had made a practice of demanding the reinstatement of men discharged for cause. A committee was appointed to draw up an expression of opinion on the subject, and the following communication was adopted unanimously: Editors Herald—A certain article published in the Tribune of the 26th inst., relating to the actions of the con ductors of the Los Angeles Cable Railroad Company, tothe effect that the union had demanded of Mr. Robinson the reinstate ment of certain members who had been discharged for having been derelict in their duties or who were otherwise incom petent, we desire to state that we have uever demanded the reinstatement of any man. The article also states that the officers, or, as quoted by the Tribune, the ringleaders of tbe union were care less men, neglectful of their duties, dis honest and agitators ready at all times to cause a disturbance. We brand this assertion as a base fabrication which probably originated from the brain of the brave amateur reporter who was caught prowling about the skylight during our last meeting and who would have been physically unable to per form his reportorial duties for some time to come had these very men referred to not interceded for him at a very critical moment. We have the ut most confidence and respect for our officers, and consider them good, faithful conductors, conservative men in every respect. Respectfully yours, f Signed.] Committee. A SAD LOSS. Tbe Death .if Dr. Ledyard Removes a Cultured Man. Dr. H. C. Ledyard died at his resi dence yesterday morning at half-past 6 of typhoid-pneumonia. His illness was short and his death falls a sudden and unexpected blow upon his family and many friends. Dr. Ledyard came to thia city to live several months ago. He took up the practice of hia profession of dentistry at rooms in the Temperance Temple. An article which appeared in the Herald last summer gave an account of the re matkable life which the doctor had led as a traveler through the Asiatic and European continents. He was formerly a resident of San Jose, in this State, and immediately after his marriage, which took place about eleven years ago, he started on a tour around the world. He made a short visit in Japan, then settled in China, where he practiced dentistry among the Americans and the most en lightened Chinese families. After several years spent in this way, he started on a long trip through Siberia and Russia, stopping somotime at a number of places to study the people, while he practiced his profession. At last he settled in Constantinople and opened an office there. While he lived at Constantinople the doctor became the friend and companion of the two noted men who were Bent to that city to represent the United Stateß Government—General Lew Wallace and S. S. Cox. After an extended tour through the continental countries of Europe and through the British islands, Dr. Ledyard brought his family back to California. He came to Los Angeles for the purpose of visiting with some friends in this city, but found himself so pleased with the locality that he was deter mined to settle here. After another trip to Constantinople he returned to Los An geles to become a resident of the city. Dr. Ledyard was a man of high char acter and of superior intelligence. In his travels he made a point of gaining familiarity not only with the laugasge and customs of the people that he was among, hut also their political institu tions. Had he lived he would have held a prominent position in the most cul tured circles of the city. A COUET MARTIAL ORDERED. Lleatenant-Colonel Palmer and Colonel Buasell to be Tried. It appears probable that the order re cently sent down from the National Guard headquarters disbanding Com pany C wili net be carried out. No ccn tinnution haa been received of the tele graphed statement of Governor Waterman tbat he would interfere, bat an order from M. jor General Dimond has sum moned a court martial to try both 001. Russell and Lieutenant-Colonel Palmer. The order itself says nothing about 001. Russell. It reads as follows: Headquarters Division, N. G. C.,) Ban Francisco, Cal., Feb. 24,1890. J Special Orders, No. 3. A general court martial is hereby ap pointed to meet at Los Ancrelee on the let of March, IR'JO, or as aoon thereafter aB practicable, for tne trial of Lieutanant- Ooloiiei Arthnv 1.,"«. ner ; Beventh Infaa FIVE OLINTS. try, N. G. C, and such other prisoners a ■ may be brought before it. Detail for the court: Major M. T. Owens, Signal Officer, First Brigade; Major A, W. Barrett, Quartermaster, First Brigade; Captain J. A. Driffill, Ninth Infantry; Lieutenant-Colonel G. L. Bryant, Ninth Infantry; Colonel E. B. Spileman, Ninth Infantry; Captain S. O. Wood, Seventh Infantry; Captain A. C. Jones, aide-de-camp. First Brigade; Major G. W. Wells, Judge Advocate, First Brigade. The court will sit without regard to hours. No other officers than those named can be assembled without mani fest injury to the service. By command Maj.-Gen. Dimond. Z. P. Clark, Colonel and Assistant Adjutant-General. A telegram received from Major Gen eral Dimond yesterday by General E. P. Johnson informs him that the same court is to try Colonel Russell. Aa Col. Russell has not applied to be placed on the retired list, it is tolerably evident that it is the intention of the authorities to rescind the order about the disband ing of Company C,otherwise there would be no reason why this trial should go on. SMALL BLAZES. Two Explosions Which Called Out tne Department. At 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon a telephone alarm was rang in from Bear's drug store, for a fire in the Madison block at No. 1,3618. Main street.to which the department turned out with its usual promptitude. It was found that a gasoline stove had exploded in one of the rooms over J. N. Hamer'e grocery store, so that a lively blaze was in pro gress. The flames, however, were speedily extinguished, bat not before Mr. Hamer bad sustained a loss of about $500 worth of furniture and stock, the latter being damaged by water. He was, however, fully insured, as was also Mrs. S. G. Madison, the owner of the build ing, At 8 o'clock last night a lamp which was suspended in the show window of M. Norton's shoe store, at No. 139 North Main street, exploded, and the burning oil flared up and attracted the attention of a number of people. Alarms were rang in both by telephone and from box 32, and tbe department responded promptly, but its services were not re quired, as Assistant Chief Miles, Detec tive Lawson and Deputy Sheriff D. Kearney extinguished the blaze before the woodwork became ignited. The damage was nominal. A Disastrous Blaze. At 10:55 o'clock last night the resi dence of a family of colored people named Branson, on Union avenne, be tween Second and Third streets, was dis covered to be on fire. An alarm was telephoned by Major Bonsall and the Temnle-street engine and Park Hose companies responded, bat on arrival at the scene the firemen were powerless to act, the nearest plug being about a quarter of a mile distant. Tbe house, a single story frame, was soon consumed by the flames, and in spite of the efforts of the neighbors and firemen to prevent the fire from spreading, the cottage ad joining, occupied by the family of Myers, the night watchman at Sheward's store, became ignited and was also destroyed. Tbe flames spread so rapidly, owing to the strong breeze blowing at the time, that it was impossible to save any of the effects in either case, and Mrs, Myers and her children had a narrow escape from being burnt, as they were in bed when the fire broke out, The cause of the fire could not be ascertained, as the Brunson family were all away at the house of a friend, bat it is believed that a lamp which had been left burning ia one of the rooms exploded and ignited the building. The Bransons, who were in sured for $400, lost everything they had, and estimate their damage at $1,000, while Myers's loss,which was not insured at all. amounts to about $800. Preached Too Loud. About 11 o'clock yesterday morning an itiuerant preacher attracted a large crowd of people in front of the County Recorder's office, on Main street. The man's voice disturbed the meditations of Officer Weatherman, a block distant, and the latter proceeded to investigate the matter. On arrival at the scene of the disturbance, the policeman called upon the preacher to desist. The preacher resisted, but at this juncture Officer Hawley and Detective Bowler came along and removed the man to the Sheriff's office. On hading that he was not crazy, as was at first imagined, the officers took their prisoner to the city jail, where he was booked for disturbing the peace. He stated that his name was S. C. Shaw, and denounced his arrest as an outrage. Shaw was subsequently taken before Justice Lockwood and fined $1, which was paid by a number of con tributors, including the court and Coun cilman Theo. Summerland, whereupon he was released, with a caution. Tne National Oame. Tomorrow afternoon the series of games between the Oakland and Los Angeles baseball teams commence, and the local lovers of tbe national pastime are prom ised a most interesting entertainment. The visitors, who have won their laurels and the title of the "Champions of the State League," by defeating all the best talent of the northern half of the State, expect to carry off the palm without much effort, while the local boys, who have hitherto never suffered defeat, are determined to show their op ponents that tbey have overestimated their own strength by wresting their laurels from tbem. Though Cobb will pitch for the Oakiands on Saturday, it is understood that Phil Knell, one of the speediest left-hand twirlers in the coun try, will be in tbe box on .Sunday. Two Sliver l.edges. G. O'Donnall haa recently returned from a prospecting trip about Calico and Oro Grande. He reports that about fire miles from Governor Waterman's mine he found a ledge which assayed $1,800 per ton silver, but the vein disappeared after being prospected for a short time. He is satisfied, however, that there is a good body of ore there somewhere. About fifty miles from Oro Grande he found a ledge which he thinks will be very rich. He dug a tunnel fifty feet into the side of the hill and found con siderable good ore, and from indications he thinks that by driving the tunnel fifty feet farther, when he will be sixty feet under the ere** of the hill, he will strike a vory rich lead. He has a num ber of specimens with him to prove his statements.