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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXIII.—JNO. i4O GRAND OPERA HOUSE. H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. THREE NIGHTS I THREE NIGHTS 1 And Wednesday Matinee. COMMENCING MONDAY, MARCH 3RD. IfIACUIE MITCBKIiIi In Three of Her Greatest Eastern Successes. rtKFERTOIRE. Monday (her now play) RAY Tuesday FANCHON Wednesday Matincj LITTLE BAREFOOT Wednesday Night KAY Beats on sale Thursday morning Feb. 27. f2l JJAZARD'S PAVIUON. CALIFORNIA STATE CITRUS lAIB OPENS TUESDAY MARCH 11TH, 6 P. M. Continues Through the Week. GRAND PREMIUMS: CASH—S2,SOO—CASH CASH-f2,500-CASII Every County and Locality iv Citrus Fruit Growiug Districts will compete. The Finest Exhibition of Citrus Fruits In the World. UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE ENTERTAINMENTS AFTERNOONS AND EVBNINGS In which members o! the Ellis Club, German Turnvereiu, Los Angeles Athletic Club and Ladlei of the W. R. C. of G. A. R. will participate. See Low Railioad Fares. Popular admission of 25 cents. C. M. WELLS, President. E. GERMAIN, Treasurer. F. EDWARD GRAY, f23 td Secretary and Superintendent. p RAND OPENING IT OF SOL ISAAC'S California Dime museum ! 116 North Main Street, FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, BY PROF. N KAi, GIRARD ,t CO., Having just arrived from the East, with their mammoth eollecinnof curiosities and wonderful fre Its 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 the public nnd the press to be the strangest being ever born to breathe the breath of life. All practicing physicians are Invited to give this wnnde.'ful freak of nature a critical ex amination. The above with many other curiosities will be on exhibition iv this city for 3 days ouly, SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY, March Ist, 2d and 3d. Doors open from 10 a. no. to 10 p. m. Admission 10 cents to all. f£7-5t ; JJAZARD'S PAVILION. FRIDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 28TH. SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 18T. Matinee Saturday. THE GREAT EASTERN NOVELTY ! A Most Be utiiul Entertainment." —N. Y. Herald. Fowler's Tableaux dArt Co. 7 BEAUTIFUL LADIES 7 The Well-Knowu Humorist, GUY DURRELL. Tickets ou r-a'e at Brown's music storn, 111 North Spring street. f22-ta JTAZARD'S PAVILION. Announcement Extraordinary ! TWO NIGHTS ONLY 1 MARCH SIH & OTH. Firit Appearance of the Great • LEVI CONOiiRT COMPANY! I MR. JULES LEVY, The World's Greatest Cornetist. Prices, $1.00, 75 cents, 50 cents and 25 cents, according to location. Tickets on ssle at Brown's music store, 111 N. Sprlue street, beginning Saturday March Ist. fiiri-ta JJABEBALL PARK. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, MARCH IST AND 2D. B.IBEB ILL ! BASBBsLL ! OAKLAND 3, Champions of State League, vs. LOS ANGELES, Champions Southern Cali fornia League. General admission, 25 cents. Take First street cable cars to grounds. fe2o id ILLINOIS HALL, Broadway and Sixth Street. SATURDAY AND MONDAY EVENINbS, March Bth aud 10th JESSIE WM THOI'I, The Finest Lady Elocutionist of the Age. Muslo by Professor De Lano aud others. Tickets, 50 cents; no extracharge for reserved seats if secured iv advance; iorsale at Bartlett's music store and at the hall. Illinois social every Friday evening. Illinois hall to let, . WANTS. PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD vertisements under the following head) in serted it the rate oj 6 cents per me lor each insertion, or fl a line per month. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. TO invest in best paying business; must be willing to travel; none other need apply. Call on Manager NEAL GIRARD, Dime Museum, N. Main, near First St. mar Lnt WANTED— SECOND- HAND SODA FONT; will exchange good lotß for same. L, M. BROWN, 115H W First St., room 6. marl-3t* ANTED—BKCOND-H AND COUNTER AND bar fixtures. Address H. WITALIM, 26 D >wney avenue. f2B-2t' SI OT CASH PAID FOR PIANOS, DIAMON DB, oarrlages etc.; must be cheap. PACIFIC LOAN CO., 8. Spring St. f23tf ANTED—TO EXCHANGE PIANO AND oil paintings for horses and PACIFIC LOAN CO., 12*14 8. Spring st. 115tf WANTED — BY BOY, SADDLE PONY: sfong, sound and gentle; will pay $20 or $25. Address "W. T," box 40, this office. le!4-tf ANTED—IOO POUNLS OF CLEAN, cotton rags; will pay 2 cents a pound in small lots. Apply at TBIS OFFICE, fe9 tf ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME AT Burns' Music Store. 152 S. Main st. fltf ASSAIEHv. iTETANffHCNrT^^ \j, ogist, 28 North Spring Btreet; gold and silver assays, $1.00 each; character tests gratis; particular attention given rare ores aud minerals, cements, gypsum, llmesiones, clays, etc i* l6m PERSONAL. TO 16 LBS. browu or 13 lbs. white. $1; * lbs. rice, ' sago or tapioca, 25c; 11 bs, white beaus, 25c; starch. 4 packages 250: Arbuckle coffee, 25c; 20c; pickles, 10c a qt.; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; good black or Japan te». aSstean gasoline, 95c; roal oil, 05c; sack flour, 80c; 10 cans salmon $1:3 cans pe*B or tomatoes, 2ic; 11 cans fru>t $1; 6 lbs raisins or prunes, 25c; nectarines. 5c a lb; jams and jellies, 10c a glass; 40 bars soap, $1: baco:', 12c; hams, 13c; pork, 10c ECONOMIC SIOnES, 509-511 8 Spring st. Telephone 975. f4lm JC. OLMSTED, MANAGER HOT LENBECK • bookstore, 114 W . Second St. Sheet uinslc 5 cents. mai 1 lm ON'T DISPOSE OF YOUR CA*T OFF clothes until you try Morris, who always ' pays full vilun for g ntlemen's clothing. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Be sure to look for sigu. "MORRIS," 119 Commercial I street. 14 lm DIVORCE LAW A ADVICE frco. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office. 2* West Flrst-st.. rooms 10 and 11. f 29-tf DERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY * body. How to make and save money. Read the classified advertisements in tbe Hkrald daily. A few cents spent in an ad vertisement may make thousands of dollars for you. You may procure a situation; sell your house and lot; rent your vacaDt property; buy a paying business or sell to advantage; loan your idle money or borrow cheaper than from agents, and ln a thousand different ways use these columns to advantage. On this page ad vertisements are ouly EIVE CENTS A LINE A DAY. L~>B ANGELES DETEC- ,ive Bureau will furnish reliable and expert detec- tlvos to private persons on short notice: we invest- igato al! classes of crime; locat-- missing parties; ob tain evidence ln oivil and criminal actions; and ».ll other legitimate business attended to with dispatch. All transactions strictly con fidential; of references given when re quired; terms reasons Me. Address all com munications to thos. McCarthy, supt., Room 3x Wiltpr, Block fes lm LUM ANU 101 Nil. JANUARY jEI Ist, Vermont avenue. 3 miles south Park station, one red neifer calf, red and white bull calf, about 10 months old. Owners can have same by paying expenses. P. CONNOLLE. f27 7t* t'Olt malic-ui) a'l-opcriy. SOLD. 5-room cottage on Blame street, near Tenth. luquiro of DX. DOLE. 20 S. Fort St. fafl lm OR SALE—NEAR" FIFTH STREET AND San Pedro, Dice, modern cottage of 5 rooms; price, $3,SUO, $500 chsli, balance lo' g'inv . Address RaR *a IN. box 60, this offlee. j*i3llm i'OH SALE—COHinrv ***°^°£si-^ IMPROVKD RAVCH-40 ACRES ORANGE land. Very cheap. Easy terms. K. B. GORDON, room 2S, Bryson-Bonebrake build ing. fe24-tf IjlOtt SALK-20 ACRES FINK ORANGE ' land, ou Buona Vista street, iv the center of Duarte, with 17 shares of water; 10 acres lv oranges, apricots, apples, French prunes and oth.T trees ln full beaiing: house of 5 rooms; a bargain at $7,000; terms easy. RUDDY ifc HUKNS. 34 N. Spring st feB-lm I|IOR ACRES GOOD ALFALFA 1 laud ue»r city limits, 011 the north; plenty of water; good place for cows or hogB; price $2,000, $1,01 balance in 1 year. Apply to .1. W. POTTS, or address (STATION O, box 543. fe!s-lm FOR KENT. IflOR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO. PACIFIC 1 Loan Co., 8. Bpringrtl. 116-tf Fig RENT —ONE BLACKSMITH Rr,o -witli neat cottage for residence, ln old San Bernardino, on RedHuds motor road, near junction of Santa Fe R. R ; outage coDßisting of 4 rooms, with summer kitchen; a good pav ing busin-ss; rent $15. Apply to ANBON & V*N LKUVEN, P. 0. box 353, San Bernardino, Cal. fel 3-tf FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—FOUR ROOMS AND BATH; Lew. 218 S. BUNKER HILL AYE. f27-3t» FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS, BUTT able iot light housekeeping; Norton block Corner Sevento. aud Hill; finest location in the city, reasonable rates. fe9-lm FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED AND UN luruished rooms, for light house-keeping, at the Alameda block, cor. Commercial and Alameda sts., opp. Commercial-street depot, at the lowest rates. fe7 lm' FOR KENT—MOUSES*. FOR RENT—7-ROOM HOUSE, TWELFTH and Sentous; 5-room honse, Girard noar Sentoua; 4-room house, Cincinnati near Temple; all in o.hoic order; cheap. WM. S. DeVAN. 215.; W. First st., room 1. 128-3 C* KIOR RENT—A 12 ROOM HOUSE ON MAIN, A? near Sixth street; with all m dern imp-ove ments. Apply at 17 N. MAIN ST., room 22 126-71 FOR RENT—REBIDKN CF, NO. 31 SOUTH Grand aye. Call iv rear of lot; call beforo 12 in. fe9-lm tflOR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY. 1 C A. SUMNER & CO., 7S. Fort St. FlO tf FOR SALE- LIVE STOCK. FOR SALF —A MATCHED TEAM OF stylish, young and reliable carriage horses, at Pearl and Pico street Bam, ml-2t* FOR SALE—DAIRYMEN AND-ALL WUH ing tlm best stock, should see the 1, 2 nnd 3-year-old, fir>o gradwd Durham heifers on the Luiiuna lanch; there are no b tter milch cows tv the country and tbey can be depended upon to i>lve perfect satisfaction. Apt.ly at FAR* H0 08E L-guna ranch, <T address LAGUNA FARM CO., P, 0. b*x 1228. city. fol6-lm FOR SALE—Miscellaneous. dottos. fowls anl 2g(js. Send for circular. 8. 8. TYLER, Pasadena. nit 2t FOR SALE—A SACRIFICE; -FURNITURE of 7 rooms and bath; nearly new; ready for housekeeping; 3 blocks from First aud Spring sts ou the hill; rent reasonable; immediate possession given. Call on J. H. DE La MON lE, 112 8. Bprlng st. (New No.) 126 st* HOMEOPATHIBTB. honioaepathist; office. 130 8. Spring >(; hours, 10 10 12 a. m. and 2to4p. m. flB-3m SB.S ALISBTJBY, M. D.. HOMOIOPATHIST. . Offloo, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build ing, cor. First and Spring sts. Residonoe, 533 S. Pearl st. Office hours, 11 ». m. to 3p. m. Telephone Nos.: Orßne 597; residence 577. m» DBS. BEACH & BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N. Spring St., Los Angelos, Cal. Office hours, 8 to 12 M., 1 to 4 and 6 to B p. X. Dr. Boyutou'e residence. 735 Olive at, flOtf TBAAC FELLOWS, M. D. -HOMROPATIIST jl Office Hour*—ll to 13 a. n., 2to 5 >. m.. Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Bnlldlng, Los Angeles, TlaL Beaidenoe AOS Sotth Mais street fi*-tf ATTORNEYS. ISIDORE B. DOCKWEILER ATTORNEY-AT law, roorxs 10 and 11, Brysou-BoDebrako Block. fel9 6m L KUSBBLL, ATTORNEY AND COUN . sclnr at law, 117 New. High street, rooms 7 snd 8, University Bank bnildiDg, Los Angeles, f7-tf Gborgk H. Smith. Thomas L. Winder. Henbt M. Smith. CtMITH, WINDER A SMITH. ATTORNEYS at-Law, will practice in all tho Btate and Federal Conrts. Offices: Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4 University Bank building, 117 New High st.. Los Angeles. Oal. Telephone. No. 583 jl4t, SPECIALISTS. TH. D., HAS opened an office on Fort street (No. 130), 1 bet. First and 1 econd, where in the future he will attend to pa lents in person. Specialist eye, ear, throat and chronic diseases. felB-lm BELLEVUE LYING-IN HOSPITAL IS NOW open, under the management of Mrs. Dr. J. 1 h. Smith Patients can nave their choice of , physicians, and the best.of care is given. Mid wifery a specialty. 145 Bellevue aye. J2B tl SATURDAY MORNING, MAKCH 1, 1890. BUSINESS UIIANCBS UNTIL 4 P * March Ist for privilege of selling canly, soda water, etc., in Hazard's pavilion, durbK the State Citrus Filr. Apply to F. EDWA..D GR AY Secretary, Chamber 01 Commerce rooos, 227;.-, W. First St. l 2. r >-U filOR SALE—A BUTCHER SHOP: UfH'* 1 good business. COR. FIRST AND AIA MKDA STS. ie'2-lm TU EXOHAKOB. TO EXCHANGE—WILL EX CHANGE F(K buggy or wagon and harness, a flrst-clss double-barrel breccli-losding shotguu. .8 COMMERCIAL ST. f2B 3 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR HOUSE and lor. fine lot on Union avenue. C'll>r address ill!) 8. MAIN ST., city. f26-7l' E*Sii*S!!i w J!L?j: SANTA FE ROUTE STI'.L AHEAD OF Al competitors, both in time nnd distance o all points Fast. Special tourist excursion Ea»t every THUR3DAY. For full informatlo], apply to or address any »gen*. or f!i<AKENTK A. WARNER, Exc. Mauager, 29 N Spring mltl \X7INTER TRAVEL—FORTNIGHTLY TOUt- VV Ist Excursions—Organized And conducted by the Southern Pacific Company, via tie Sunset Route, New Orleans.Birmingham, Chat tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New Yor., Philadelphia and intermediates. Through service of Pullman Tourist Sloepen. Parties personally conducted by a Southern Pacific employe. Sleepers havo improved heaters for ligti cooking aud tea and cuffee. Adjustable lunch tnbleß in every section. Leave Los Angeles Oct. 10th and 31st; Not. Uth and 28th; Dec. 13th. 1889; Jan 3d, 17th and 31st; Feb. 14th and 28tb: March 14thand 28th; April Uth and 25th, 1830. For further Information apply to any Agent Southern Pacific Co., or to the General ca« sengor Office, No. 200 S. Spring s*., Cor. Second, Los Angeles. Cal. 0. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J. M CRAWLEY. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T. H. GOODMAN, G. P. A T. A.; R. GKAY, Gen'l Traffic M tt r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gon'l Mgr. fls 2m TJHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS PERSONALLY X conducted in Pullman tourist cars to New York and Boston. 44 N. Spring st. f27tf ROCK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS VIA Denver and Rl -. Grande K'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 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 st. f2 11m WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PEK sonally conducted to all points East wlfh ont change. 119 N Spring st. 125 tf FINANCIAL. TO LOAN AT R. G. I.UNT'S 1 OAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY, Cor. First and Fort, Kedick block, Los Augeies. Agent ior the GERMAN SAVING 3 AND LOAN SOCIETY, of San F anclsco. fe29-3m PACIFIC) LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY in any amounts ou all kinds of persona! property and collateral security, on plants without removal, diamonds. Jewelry, se:U skins, bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any property of value; also on furniture, mer chandise, etc., in warehouse; partial payntpn' received, money without delay; private of*!, for consultation; will cal if desired. W. JS. DkOROOT. Manager, rooms 14 and 15. No. 124H South Spring st. . fe3o T GUARANTEE TO LEND MORE FOR JL lesisecur;ty than anyone ineiry. KK.EKER, rooms 74 aad 75 Bryson block. f25 1 oi CRAWFORD & McCREERY, Room 10, ovor Los Angeles National Bank, Oorner First and Soring s reets. Loan 850 to $50,000; short term lonns a specialty; bny notes and mortgages. 15-I2m MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carrlafe-js, bicycles, mort gages, and all kinds of personal and collat eral security. 402 8. Spring. flB-6m MONEY TO LOAN—IN LARGE OR SMALL amounts on real estate security, by POHLHAUS A SMITH, No. 28 N. Spring St., room 4. Fes lm MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY AND COUNTRY property, by GEO. S. ROBINSON, 215 W. First Bt, f4 lm fJtO LOAN. $1,000 to $100,000. Bonds, mortgages and dividend-paying stocks bought. At the Main-street Savings Bank and Trust Co. J. B. LANKERBHIM, President, f 13-tf 326 8. Main st. U6KAA AAA T0 LOAN UPON IMPROVED tiPfJIM/"" ""I" city and conntry property; lowest rates: loans mndo with dispatch. Ad dresß the Nort hern Counties Investment Trust, Ltd., FRED. J. BMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal. RW. POINDEXTER, 25 W. SECOND ST. . Loans on good cltv or country property, ml tf 1 MONEY TO LO AN ON MORTG AGE—O. A SUMNER & CO., 7 8. Fort Bt. f2O-tf MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. I. SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First st„ Room 13. 14 tf 1 i\f\ t TO LOAN—A. J. VIELE, 88 LyjV.VjKJyJ S. Spring St., Roora 4. j3otf MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOft- TIMER A HARRIS, attarncys-Bt-li>w. 78 TPi'inlobloclr. f 22tf PHYSICIANS. R~joiij?^w~li^^ attention to Orthopedic aud Plastic Sur gery; treats surgical diseases and deformities, such as fistula, stricture, piles, fissure chronic ulcers, cancer aud ail turcys, varicose veins, hare-lip, strabismus or cr ss eyes, club-ftei. wry-neck, curvature of thi'ipine, diseases of bone etc. Office, N. taring St. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., Ito 4 and 7 r » p. m. f23-tt MRS. DR. MINNIE WELLS, FIRST LADY lie utiate of Kentucky; 9 years'successlnl practice iv this ciiy in diseases of women; hos in i onnection with her practice electro-thermal baths. Office 502 S. Broadway, cor. Fiftn st. 115 tf CHAS. W. BRYSON, M. D.—DISEASES OF women a specialty. 44J4 8. Spring si., Rooms 2 ana 3. Telephone, office, 796; res idence. 798. jlltf DR. EIIZABETH FOLLANSBEE, HAS HK turned from the East. Office and residence, 240 8. Fort st. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p.m. R FRED R. FROST, 17 N. MAIN ST., Los Angeles. Specialty: Diseases of the Nose, Throar and Chest. Office hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 5, 7to 8. Tel: Office, 96; residence, 96 Residence, 1419 Temple st. fl7 If HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., M. 0. P. B. ilia O. Specialist ln diseases of the head, throat and oheet, Including the eye, ear ana heart. Oxygen, compound oxygon, nitrogen, monoxide, and other raedioatod Inhalations, used in sli diseases of tho respiratory organs. Office, 37 South Fort street, from 9 a. m, to *f. M. f3 DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN BtT Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m : 4 to 6 and 7to9p m, 126 tf DB. DARLING OCULIST AND ADBIBT Office 25 North Main St. Office Honrs. 9 a st. to 4 r. m. mltf-dAw DR. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF women a specialty: rectal diseases treated by the Brlnkerhoff Painless System; otbee corner Main and Beventh sts., Bobarts block. fl6-tf DH. WEST HUGHES, FORMER BmfelDßNTl 3«rseon to the Now York Hospital. 75 N. Spring at. Hoars, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tel. No. 1,026. f24M R. 0. B. CLACIUS HAS REMOVED HIS office from 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Bprins St. Hours from 11 A. M. to 2r. x. Speolalty—Bex nal ond skill diseases, chronic diseaser- in gen eral. f 24tf DR. CHAS. DE BZIGETHY. OFFICK AND residence. 313 8. Main st. Tele. 1.056 tf ARIZOHA ANB MEXICO LANDS. JOHN H. HISE. LATE OF THE U. S. BUR veyor General's office of Arizona; Arizona and Mexloo Investments. 4 South Fort at, Dos Angeles, Cal., Room 3. ie!4 lm* I DENTISTS. dentists, Third and Broadway. f2O tf TOLHURST. DENTIST, N. BPRINQ ST.. rooms 2, 6 and 7. Hours, 8 to 5 Gold filling, fm $2 up. I PorcelHin crowns, $5. Silver or amalgam, Si. Gold r.rown,ss and up. Plates, from $4 to $10. | Extracting, 50c ; with gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty j2O-tf DR. J. M. WHITB, DR. E. L. TOWNSEND, —Dbntists,— 41 South Spring street. First building north of Bryson-Bonebrake block Telephone 138. f 19 tf RG. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVE >. to No. 31 N. Spring st., rooms 1 and Phillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. fisff 1882 BSTABLISHBD 188 i DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRSI sts,, Wilson Mock; take elevator; Room 36: tooth filled without pain; aureathetic per fectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done and tooth extracted positively without pain. f« tf fJDUVAVIONAL. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, TELEGRA- Phy. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, 126 W. First st , the only school in the city ln which these m 'b are taught by competent gentlemen,! killed In their profession. Terms moderate. ELIAS LONGLEY 30 years a reporter. W.H.WAGNER, stenographer and telegrapher. marl-6m RB. nannieTcatching, TEACHER OF Singing, Piano and Guitar. Special rates to beginners. Rooms 11 and 12 Poatoffice bnlldlnt,'. j!stf NORMAL INSTITUTE—FITS FOR TEACH ers examinations; 5 instructors; 12 weeks; opens March 10. Address BOYNTON A BRIS TOL, 8. Spring st. m-14t THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES have opened a boarding and seleot day school at Ramona, Cal ; tho site of the institu tion is uuequaled; the course of instruction is of the highest grade. Address for terms SR. SUPERIOR. f2Sllm 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 tho Ist of Sep tember, and second on the lßt of February. Pupils are received at any time during tho year. Tbeir session commences from the date of entrance. For further particnlars apply on tbe premises, or at the Cathedrnl school, Los Angeles st. Tho above house is the no ltisteof the order. ml 5m LOB ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training Sen 001, 33,40 and 42 8. Main st, New No. 144. Experienced teachers; eompletoeourses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS. Prin. f22 tf SCHOOL OF OIVILT MINING, MECHANICAL, Engineering, Surveying, Architect"re, Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NATL! KN, 723 Market st, Ban Francisco. flO-tf WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND — SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 Soalh Spring Street, Los Angeles, fJ-l SUASIONS DAY AND BVHNIM6. for panionlari, call st offloo or addrtit ■ <i2O-lv F. 0. WOODBURY. Principal, ABCHIIEO TS. .1 H BROWN, ARCHITECT, OFFICE, BRY ' )% sol.* B-mehrake block. 3d floor, roams 42 god «g flArf ■ aoCIETV JI"ES^INOS. "ir 08 ANGELES LODGE, NO. !t5, L O. O. F.— Jj Regular meetings held on Wednesday eyeD- AojroJ each week at I. O. O. F. HaU, Spring sr.., near rTrst. JOHN A, LOGAN POST, G. A. R.—MEETS first - <d third Saturday evenings, in K. of P. hail, 24 9»»Spring st. fel4 OC. F.. jUARDIAN COUNCIL, —NO. 90 . Regular meeting first and third "t Fridays Pythian Castle. 24 8. Spring st. LOS ANGELES TYPOGRAPHICAL~UNION No. 174—Meets the first Bunday in escli month at the G. A. R. Hall, Main st. . . OOD"wILL OOUNCILNO. 629, AMERICAN * Legion of Honor, meets on second and fourth Wednesday of each month at the Y.M.I. Hall, 17 North Main st. LOS ANGELES LEC-UON, NO. 6, SELECT Knights. A. O. U. W.—Meets every Monday evening in Campbell's HaU, cor. Downey avo. and Truman st... Fast l.os Angeles. ADAMS BROS. DENTIST 23 South Spring Bt. (new number 119U), first stairway below the Nadeau hotel. fllitilNGS. Gold filling $2.00 to $10.00 Gold alloy filling 150 to 5.00 White filling for front teeth ... 1.00 to 2.00 Silver or amalgam filling 100 CKOWN A*l» BRIDGE WORK. Gold and porcelain crowns.. .$ 5.00 to $10.00 Teeth wlih no plate 10.00 to 15.00 ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Gold plates, Ist quality $30.00 to $40.00 Kilver pates, Ist qua ity 20.00 to 30.00 Rubber plates, Ist, quality 10.00 Rubber plates, 2d quality 8 00 Rubber platen 3d quality. ... 6.00 EXTRAVTINU TEETH. With vitalized air or gas ..$l.OO wit n coca'ne applied to gums 1.00 Regular extraotlng 50 Regulating and treating teeth and gums and other ooeratlons at lowest price*. All work guaranteed. Office hours from 8 a. m. to 5:30 p.m. bundays 10 to 12 a. m. «tH|r~All parties having work done to the amount of $5.00 or more, can have tbeir teeth cleaned for nothing. ADAMB BROS. Dentists, 23 South Spring St., next o Nadean hotel. Be sure you see the name "Adams Bros,, Dentists," on the door. fe9 l^in __ , , 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 wiil improve, at a low price and liberal term. See this before buying, Money to loan on real estate ln any sum. Current rates. $500 t> $2,000 to loan on collateral for short time, at 8 per cent. NEUBTADT A PIRTLE, 27 W, Second st, Ilurdick blook. f4lm B ARQAIISrS 1 Btock ranch of 5,000 acres, near Los Angeles, at $2 .50 per acre. Farming and stock ranoh (half farming laud) of 2,660 acres, near Los Angeles, at $7.00 per acre An elegant home on South Olive street, lot 50x155, cheap. An 8-room house, with lot 50x150 feet, ou Court street, oily $4,000. A beautiful lot, 105x176, on Washington street, very cheap. For further particulars inquire of owner, room 9, Bryson-Bonebrako block. fe7-lm T. W. T. RICHARDS. Raisin Vineyard Property, Improved and unimproved estate of George A. Oowles, El Cajon Valley, Sam Db go County Cal. Some oi the property now producing the finest raisins grown in California. Also forty acres deciduous fruit ranch. Improved lands, $250 to $800 per acre. Raisin paoking-house on property, which cost 84 000. Unimproved lands, $25 to $100 rer acre; aiso fine orange land ln Eagle Rock Valley and iilendale. Inquire of M. G. McKUON. fe9 lm 5 South Fort Bt BOTH MEN DEAD. They Fall From Fire From An Ambush. ft. W. WALTON AND D. COOK. Reported Killed in a Land Dispute by Wm. C. Charmicle and W. A. Gardiner in Castac Canon. News arrived in the city last night at 9 o'clock, when the Banta Barbara train came in, of a terrible affair which took place in the Castac cafion yeaterday fore noon at 11 o'clock. In the bloody affray George W. Walton and Dolores Cook were killed, Walton falling instantly dead at the crack of a Winchester rill j, and Cook dying in three hoars from a similar oanse. The Castac cafion lies along the creek of the same name, which flows from the mountains southerly and empties into the Santa Clara river in the Newhall val ley. It is northwest of the town of New hall, and lies on the west bide of the ridge of mountains that forms the divide b y tween the Newhall valley and the Santa Clara valley, that stretches westward to the Pacific ocean. W. W. Jenkins lives on the section of land just adjoining the place where the killing took place yester day. The affair is the outgrowth of a land quarrel, and this is tho way the story ia told to the Herald by a person who came in on the Santa Barbara train: Wm. 0. Charmicle claims, or rather his wife claims, a section of land in the cafi.in, under a contract with the rail road company. It is said to be of the Atlantic and Pacific lapsed land grant which the Southern Pacific lays claim to. The road gives a contract to any one who wißhes so to buy, this contrac binding tho company to deed the prop erty to the buyer, provided they ever get a title themselves. It is a provisional thing. Mrs. Charmicle is possessed of tbe land under such a contract, and un der this the land is fenced. Walton and Cook considered that the railroad had no right to hold the land in this way, aud that therefore the Charmicle claim was not good. They held it to be Government land, and as such they un dertook to pre-empt it. They offered to file on the land in the United States Land office here, but the officials refused to take filings. In spite of this Walton and Cook undertook to settle on the land. With this iv view tbey proceeded to take possession of the land and build a houee on it. With this purpose in mind they loaded a wagon with lumber and drove toward the section where they wanted to build the house. In getting to the land they passed near tbe door of W. W. Jenkins, and jus* bayoud it they cams to the Charmicle fenca. They pur the lumber over the fence and went around by a gate further up the fence, for some reason or other. As they were handling the lumber at this point, it is reported that Charmicle and W. A. Gardiner came up and a fight ensued, over the right of Cook and Walton to invade the premises claimed by the other men. The fight was terminated, and Charmicle and Gardiner retired to a shanty on the land iv dispute. Walton and Cook proceeded to haul their lumber to a spot beyond this shanty, and perhaps a half a mile from tke fence over which they had put this. They had hauled one load to the spot, returned to where the rest of the lumber was and ware proceeding again to the place where the house was to be built. There was the load of lumber in front, on which sat Walton and a Mexi can named Jose Alme, who was to help them in the building of the houee. Be hind this drove Cook in a buggy. With the two men in the hut was a third named Riley, and also a Mexican. As the load of lumber was passing along just beyond the hut the crack of arifli rang out, and Walton fell from the wagon knocking the driver Alme off the load. Alme ran back, his own horses having run on, nnd sheltered himself behind the horse that Cook was driving. Meantime a second crack of a rifle was followed by the fall of Cook. Several shots are said to have been fired in an attempt to hit Alme, and one of these took effilct in the shoulder of the horse behind which he had taken refuge. As soon as the killing had been done Charmicle and Gardiner are reported to have left the hut, and gone back a short distance to where they had horses, on which they took to the mountains. The Newhall constable went out after tbetn but, at the time the Santa Barbara train passed Newhall, they had not been brought in. Daring the later part of the evening the constable telegraphed to the Chief of Police of this city au inquiry as to whether Gardiner had given himself up for murder. He had not done so up to the hour of going to press. It seems from this as if Gardiner may not have been concerned in the shooting. It is difficult to see why he should have been, as he seems to have no personal interest in the quarrel. Yet he is reported to have been armed as well as Charmicle at the time the quarrel began at the fence. The affair drew together all the neigh bors, who are few and far between there. Several picked Cook up and took him to a place to rest, where he expired. He was undressed,and arifle ball was found to have pierced his left arm near the shoulder. It probably ranged inwards and downwards and entered the thoracic cavity, as he had not yet come abreast of the window when tho shot was fired, and the ball would take effect in front of him. Walton's body was removed to a spot where it would be safe from the attack of animals, but was not undressed nor ex amined, so that it is not yet known where he was shot. At the hour of going to press neither man had been heard from. Tbe Wballufg case. This afternoon the case in which Michael Whaling, member of the Board of Education from the Eighth ward, is charged with having disturbed the peace of tbe Spring-street school, will come up for trial before Justice Lockwood. From the fact that nearly one hundred wit nesses have been subpoenaed in the case, it is probable that tbe trial will extend over several days. Three of Constable Smith's deputies were er>g»?*»d all day yesterday in serving subpa-nas on tbe witnesses for the defendant. These in clude twenty-six school chiiiren, nearly FIVE CclxTS. all tbe city and connty officials, the members of tbe Board of Education, sev eral Superior Judges, tbe leading mem bers of the bar, Superintendent of Schools Friesner, and a host of prominent citi zens. MR. HELLMAN'S FLANS. He Will «• to San Francisco in A bom Two Weeks. A Herald reporter saw Mr. I. W. Hellman yesterday in reference to bis removal to San Francisco. He was found in the bank very busily engaged in show ing its ins and outs to his brother, Mr. H. W. Hellman. After a bit he found time to sit down and talk to the Hebald for five minutes. He said: "I never saw anything like this rush for stock in the new bank. The capital will be $3,000,000, but if we had $50,000,000 it would not go round. lam constantly in receipt of letters, telegrams, telephone messages and all sorts of com munications from all parts of the country for stock in tbe new concern. By the time the allotment comes up to be made there will be filed applications for $25,000,000 worth of stock. Every thing is left to me, and I am placed in a very bad place to decide what to do. I cannot give any one all tbe stock he wants, and many will not be able to get any. One thing we have decided on iB, to limit the allotment of stock to the people of the State. Not a dollar will go outside of California. It will be a Cali fornia bank from its foundation up. It is, too, something for the State, to be able to say it will have a bank that represents more capital than any bank in the world. That is a fact. The stock holders of the new bank will represent more money than those of any other bank in all tbe world. I cannot tell you how much it will be, but it will run away up into the hundreds oi miliions. And this stock will remain for the most part in the bands of those who first get it. What tbey want is an investment. They will be all very rich men. A poor man could not afford to take stock in the bank for tho reason that no divi dends will be declared for years to come. One of the conditions made by all who apply for stock is that lamto be the president, and that 1 shall havo full powers in the bank. I will do as I did here in the Farmers and Merchants. I will accumulate a heavy surplus to begin with. "Now as to the Farmers and Mer chants I want all my friehds to know that no change will ba made here. My brother will represent cne here, and the management of the bank will be just the same as heretofore. Wo shall be in as close communication as if we were in adjoin ing rooms. I am not parting with one dollar of my interests here. The Farmers and Merchants is of my making, and it is and will still be the pride of ny life. Ii anyone wants to sell any oi their holdings in the bank I will buy tbem out. lam not parting with any of my interest in Los Angeles. I did not see anyone from the Hebald since this mat ter came up until now, but someone had an article in the paper that expressed the thing very correctly. I shall have control of a practically unlimited amount of capital and if I can aid any enter prise that has merit in it, it will be my pleasure and interest to do so. Things will go along here just as usual. "Referring back to the application made for stock in the new bank—l had intended to take a certain amount my self, but the demand is so great that I have scaled that down until my name is on now for only half the original quan tity, and I do not know bow much more it will be cat down in the end. "I had hoped to be able to remain here until the last of March, but that will be impossible now. I shall ba obliged to get away in about two weeks. My brother is here getting the run of details. He has been here a number of years, and is well known. His business qualifica tions are understood by the public gen erally. He will in no respect depart from the policy I have pursued myself in the management of the bank." SCHOOL BONDS SIGNED. Tne money Received by tne City Treasurer. Mayor Hazard yesterday signed the $100,000 school bonds and delivered them to the City Treasurer, who in company with the Mayor, delivered them to the Southern California Na tional Bank, The money was then taken in charge of several policemen from the Southern California Bauk to the vault of the State Loan and Trust Company, where it was locked up under seal, to be drawn upon only as needed for the construction of the new school buildings. Che lemoval of the money in such a large sum attracted quite a good deal of attention yesterday afternoon, aud a crowd collected on the streets, but tha whole amount, something over $191,000, was safely transported to vaults in the Bryson-Bonebrake building. The enter prise of the Southern California Bank in bidding the highest price for the bonds, together with the patience it displayed in waiting for the bonds to be delivered and the celerity with which it turned over the $101,000 in cash is one of the things which gives the citizens reason to believe in the future prosperity of the city. TWO SILLY GIRLS. Titer Make Themselves Hidiculous ln Public. Two girls, about seventeen Or eighteen years of age, made a spectacle of them selves yesterday by walking backward and forward by the Second-street car stables and trying to get up a flirtation with the men. Their performance finally attracted the attention of everybody in the vicinity. Once, as they were passing the stable, one of the men brought out a large gong and rang it. The driver of a car which was passing laughed at tbis, which so incensed one of the girls that she picked up a large rock and threw it at him. It narrowly missed a lady in the car. One of the girls lives near the corner of Second street and San Pedro, and the other resides in Azusa. They are said to be of respectable families, but have frequently treated the neighborhood to performances like that of yesterday. undelivered Teiegramr, At the Western Union Telegraph office, corner Court and Main streets, February 28,1890 E. H. Amsden, A. D. Whit son, Jatneb Edgcomb, Wn. 0. Ftokham, M rs. VV. O. bonougaot, -