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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOl,. XX.XIII.~JNO. 143
/JRAND OPERA HOUSE.
\X H. C. Wy ait. Lessee and Manager.
THREE NIGHTS I THREE NIGHTS !
And Wednesday Matinee.
COMMENCING MONDAY. MARCH 3RD.
~l \i.«;«t; MITCHELL
In Three of Her Greatest Eastern Successes.
RBPKRTOIKE.
Monday (her new play) KAY
Tuesday FANCHON
Wednesday Matinep LITTLE BAREFOOT
Wednesday Night." RAY
Seats on sale Thursday morning Feb 27. f23
JJAZARD'S PAVILION.
CALIFORNIA
STATE CITHUS FAIR
OPENS TUESDAY MARCH 11TH, 6 P. M.
Continues Through the Week.
GRAND PREMIUMS!
CASH—f2,SO0 —CASH CASH—S2,SO0 —CASH
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 whioh members of the Ellis Club, German
Turnverein. Los Angeles Athletic Club and
Ladies of the W. R. C. of G. A. R. will
participate.
See Low Railroad Fares.
Popular admission of 25 cents.
C. M. WELLS, President.
E. GERMAIN, Treasurer.
F. EDWARD GRAY,
f23 td Seoretary and Superintendent.
JJAZARD'S PAVILION.
Announcement Extraordinary !
TWO NIGHTS ONLY ! MARCH 51H & (ITH.
First Appearance of the Great
i LEVY CONCERT COMPAN V ! I
MR. JULES LEVY,
The World's Greatest Cornotist.
Prices, $1.00, 75 cents, 50 cents and 25
cents, according to location.
Tickets on sale at Brown's music store, 111
N. Spring street, beginning Saturday March Ist.
f2B-td
ILLINOIS HALL,
Broadway and Sixth Btreet.
SATURDAY AND MONDAY EVENINGS,
March Sth aud 10th
JESSIE OOIfTHOIiI,
The Finest Lady Elocutionist of the Ago.
Music by Profeßsor De Lauo and others. x
Tickets, 50 cents; no extracharge for reserved
seats tt secured in advance; for sale at ISartlett's
music store and at the hall.
Illinois social every Friday evening.
Illinois hall to let.
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTBER AD
vertisements under the following heads in
ttrted at the rjXe of 5 cents per me for each
insertion, or $1 a line per month.
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
SODA FONT;
will ex"hBnge good lots for same. L. M.
BROWN. 118*4 W First St.. room 0. marl-3t*
Si OT CASH PAID FOR PIANOS, DIAMON US,
carriages etc.; must be cheap. PACIFIC
LOAN CO., 8. Spring Bt. f23tf
ANTED—TO EXCHANGE PIANO AND
oil paintings tor horses and carriages.
PACIFIC LOAN CO., 121U S. Spring st. 115tf
ANTED ~— — BY BOY, SADDLE PONY;
stroug, sound and gentle; will pay $20 or
525. Address "W. T.," box 40, this office.
feU-tf
ANTED - —100 POUNIS OF CLEAN,
colton rags; will pay 2 cents a pound in
small lots. Apply at THIB OFFICE, f eft-tf
ANTED^—PICTURES TO FRAME AT
Burns' Music Store. 152 S, Main st. mltf
YYANTEO-ROOMS
OR 4 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
or house, furnished. BOX 1660, city.
nn.'i '-it*
WANTED SITUATIONS —MALE.
WANTED— A COMPETENT D. E. BOOK
keeper, of Philadelphia, Perm., desires a
position in or near Los Angeleß; ns 28 years of
age, strie'ly temperate and of good babitß; best
of references from present, employers and
others. Address JOSEPH ROYAL, i.715 Edge
mont st., Philadelphia, l'enn. mar4-4t
WANTED— POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER
or salesman in grocery business; 12 years'
experience; gnoa references. Address J. J. N.,
general postoffice, mart-2t
WANTED—MALE HELP.
salesman. Apply at J. M. HALE & CO.
m *r4-2t !
WANTED—*EMALE HELP.
ON
salary, to take charge of my business at
their homes; light, very fascinating aud
healthful; wages $10 por week; reference
given; good pay for part time. Address, with
stamp, MRS. MaRION WALKER. Louisville,
Ry. se27 frl<fctu6gi
ft'Oß SALE.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-NEW AND
second-hand safes at bottom prices. 108
N. Main St., W. B. SOARBOROUAH <St CO.
ma-4 lm
Won KALE-Couniry property.
land. Very cheap. Easy terms. S. B.
GORDON, room 28, Bryson-Bonebrake build
ing. fe24-tf
OR SALE —20 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 prones and
other trees ln full bearing; house of 5 rooms; a
bargain at $7,000; terms easy. RUDDY &
BURNS, 34 N. Spring Bt. feB-lm
OR SALE—S ACRES GOOD ALFALFA
land near city limits, on the north; plenty
of water; good place for cows or bogs; price
$2,000. $1,000 oath, balance In 1 year. Apply
to J. W. POTTS, or address STATION C, box
543 felS-lm
FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK.
OR SALE—DAI RY MEN AND ALL WHH
lug tho best stock, should see the 1, 2 and
3-year-old, fine graded Durham heifers on the
Luguna ranch; there are no better milch cows
in the country, aud they can be depended upon
to give perfect satisfaction. Apply at FARM
HOUSE Laguna ranch, or address LAGUNA
FARM CO., P. 0. box 1228, city. felO-lm
LOST AND FOUND.
STRAYED— FROM MY PLACE, FEBRUARY
28th, a bay filly, 3 ycirs old, 15 hands hig'i:
cut on right tore leg; a liberal reward will «v
paid for her return to 158 W. FIFTH ST.
mar4-2t*
E STRAY—CAME TO MY RANCH, JANUAK V
Ist, Vermont avenue, 3 miles south Parl
station, one red heifer calf, red and white bull
calf, about 10 months old. Owners oan havo
same by paying expenses. P. CONNOLi '
f27-7f
"v. *
PERSONAL.
A YOUNG MAN WISHES TO FORM THE
acquaintance of a refined young lady or
widow, for social amusement, with view to
matrimony; must not expect riches, but will
find iv me a noble disposition. Address PROF.
NORMAN, city postoffice. maT4-lt*
T*rANTED—ANYTHING IN THE GROCERY
* * line as salesman or clerk. J.J. N , general
postoffice. mar4-2t*
T 0. OLMSTED, MANAGER HOf.LENUEOK
tl. bookstore, 114 W. Secoud St. Sheet music
5 cents. marl-lm
DIVORCE LAW A SPECIALTY. ADVICE
free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office.
24 West Firet-Bt,. rooms 10 and 11. f2O-tf
, DERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY-
I oody. How to make and save money.
Reed, the classified advertisements in tho
I Herald daily. A few cents spent in an ad
vertisement may make thousands of dollars for
you. Yon may procure a situation; Bell your
house and lot; rent your vacant property; buy
a paying business or sell to advantage; loan
your idly money or borrow cheaper than from
agents, and iv a thousand different ways use
these columns to advantage. On this page ad
vertisements are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A
DAY. '
itmwfmt— los angei.es detec
/iKMK'glwfat- tive Bureau will furnish
reliable and expert detec-
lives to private persons on
VlBirjlß' '' khort notice; we lnvest-
igate all classes of crime;
Incut, missing parties; ob
tain evidence in oivil and criminal actions;
aud all other legitimate business attended to
with dispatch. All transactions strictly con
fidential; bast of references given when re
quired; terms reasons Me. Address all com
munications to thos. McCarthy, supt.,
Room 38,'WilFon Block. Fes lm
FOR KENT.
FOR SALE-UPRIGHT PIANO. PACIFIC
Loan Co., 121)4 S. Spring st. flti-tf
Foil RENT — ONE BLACKSMITH SHOf,
with neat cottage for residence, in old San
Bernardino, on Redlands motor road, near
junction of Santa Fe R. R.; cottage consisting
of 4 rooms, with summer kitchen; a good pay
ing busin-ss; rent $15. Apply to ANBON &
VAN LEUVEN, P. 0. box 353, San Bernardino,
Hal. fe!3-tf
FOR RENT—ROOIH.S.
FOR RENT—AN ELEGANT FLAT; 5
room?. R. C. GLOVER, cor. Court and
Broadway. mar 2 31*
POR RENT-NICE, SUNNY UNFURNISHED
rooms, for Hgh-.-housekeeping. Apply to
MRS. A. E. ADAMS, 40 and 46 Buena Vista St.
mar.2 bu wed lm
filOR RENT—3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
IJ suitable for housekeeping. Apply at 510
San Pedro Bt., cor. Sixth. m 2 7t*
FOR RENT-UNFURNISHED ROOMS, SUlT
able f;r light housekeeping; Norton block
corner Seventn aud Hill; finest locatlou In tbe
city, reasonable rates. fe!)-lm
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED AND UN
furnlshed rooms, for light house-keeping,
at the Alameda block, cor. Commercial and
Alameda sts., opp. Commercial-street depot, at
tbe lowest rates. fe7lm*
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
' near Sixth i-treet; with all nr dern improve
ments. Apply at 17 N. MAIN ST., room 22
126-71 ,
T7\OK KENT-RESIDENCE, NO. 31 SOUTH
_T Graud aye. Oall in rear of lot; call before
12 m. fe9-lm
FOB RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE OITY.
C. A. SUMNER & CO.. 7S. Fort at. FlO tf
BUSINESS (IHASOn
BIDS WILL BE RECFIVED UNTIL 4 P. M.
March Ist for privilege of selling candy,
soda water, etc., io Hazard's pavilion, during
the State Citrus F-.ir. Apply to F. EDWAhD
G X.A V Secretary, Chamber ot Commerce rooms,
227 M W. First St. _____ f25-0t
OR SALE—A BUTCHER SHOP; DOIN9
eood business. COR. FIRST AND ALA
MEDA STS. le2-lm«
TO EXCHANGE.
TO EXCHANGE —ACREAGE FOR FURNl
tureorlots. BOX 1866. city. mar4-2t»
sa;res IN FINE FRUIT IN ALHAMBRA
to exchauee for dwelling iv Los Angeles
Apply to B. &B. 402)4 N. Main st. mar2-3t*
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR HOUSE
aud lot. fine lot on Union avenue. C.llor
address !H9 S. MAIN ST.. city. f26-7t*
EXCURSIONS.
SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF AL'.
competitors, boih in time »-ud distance to
all points East. Special tourist excursions
Eat every THURSDAY. Fo- full information,
apply to or address any *gont.. nr CLARENCE
A. WARNER. Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring mlti
TE7INTEB TRAVEL—FORTNIGHTLY TOUR
VV l»t Excursions—Organized and conducted
by the Southern Pacific Company, via the
Sunset Route, Now Orleans Birmingham, Chat
tanooga and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York,
Fhimaeiimia aud Intermediates.
Through service of Pullman Tourist Sleepers.
Parties personally conducted by a Southern
Pacific omployo.
Sleepers have Improved heaters for light
cooking aud tea and cuffue.
Adjustable lunch tables in every section.
Leave I*B Angeles Oct. 10th aud 31st; Nov.
14th and 28th; Dec. 13th. 188!>; Jan 3d, 17th
and 31st; Feb. 14th and 28th: March 14thand
28th; April lllh and 25th, 1890.
For further information apply to any Agent
Southern Paciflo Co., or to tne General fas
senger Office, No. 200 S. Spriug St., Cor. Second.
Los Angeles,Cal. 0, H. WHITE, Ticket Agent;
J M. CRAWLEY. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T. H.
GOODMAN, G. P. <fc T. A.; R. GRAY, Gen'l
Traffic M,,r.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr.
fls 2m
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS PERSONALLY
conducted in Pullman tourist oars to
New York and Boston. 44 N. Spring at. f27tf
ROOK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS VIA
Denver and Ri > Grande R'y, "The Scenic
Line of tho World," leave Los Angeles
every Tuesday via Salt Lake City and Denver.
Pullman Tourißt 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. m 2 10m
ALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER
soually conducted to all points East with
ont change. 119 N. Spring st. 125 tf
ATTORNEYS.
ISIDORE B. DOCKWEILEE ATTORNEY-AT
law, rooms 10 aud 11, Bryson-Bonebrake
Block. fe!9 6m
L. RUSSBIiL, ATTORNEY AND COUN
, selor at law, 117 New High street, rooms
7 and 8, University Bank building, Los Angoles,
California. r7"
Gborqb H. Smith. Thomas L. Winder.
Hbnby M. Smith. „„„„
SMITH, WINDER A SMITH, ATTORNEYS
at-Law, will practice in all the State and
Federal Courts. Offices: Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4
University Bank building, 117 Now High St..
Los Anarefes. Cal. Telephone. No. 583 ]14t.
DENTISTS*
DRS. O. H. PARKER AND F. M. PARKhK,
dentists, Third and Broadway. f2O tf
OLHURST. DENTIST, 8% N. SPRING ST.,
rooms 2, 6 and 7. Hours, 8 to 5
Gold filling, fm $2 up. I Porcelain crowns, $5.
Bilver or amalgam, SI. Gold crown,ss and up.
Plates, from $4 to $10. I Extracting, 500 ; with
gas or air, $1. Bridgo work a specialty. j2O-tf
WJ- M ' WHIT *' DB. E. L. TOWNSEND,
—Dentists,—
41 South Spring street
Flrstbaildlng north of Bryson-Bonebrake block
Telephone 138. 119 tt
EG. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVE
it to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and
Pl '.lllps block, Los Angeles. Oal. 115U
1883 established 1882
TvR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRBI
1 sta,, Wilson block; take elevator; Boom
36: teeth filled without pain; anas* thetlo per
y harmless; all kindaof dentistry done and
c.iLacted positively without pain, mt tf
TUEfrDAY MORNING, MAKCH 4. 1890.
FINANCIAL.
TO LOAN AT R. G. T.UNT'B
TO AN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
Cor. First and Fort, Redick block, Lob Angelea.
Agent lor the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Francisco. fe29-3m
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, librarlos or
any property of value; also on furniture, mer
chandise, etc., ln warehouse; partial payments
received, money without delay; private offices
for consultation; will cal If desired. W. B.
DkGROOT. Manager, rooms 14 and 15. No.
South Spring gt. fe3o
ffitjftn TO $1,200 TO LOAN, AT FROM
©iV/U Sto 10 per cent, vet and no com
mission to pay. Address J. 8., Box 30, this
office. m»r2-7t»
I GUARANTEE TO LEND MORE FOR
less security than anyone In city. X REFER,
rooms 74 and 75 Bryson 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; buy notes and mortgagOM. 15-12 m
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE,
diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos,
sealskins, live stock, carrlafc-w, 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 seourlty, by
POHLHAUS & SMITH, No. 28 N. Spriug St.,
room 4. Fes lm
mo LOAN.
$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 8. Main gt.
flfcf-AA AAA TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED
flPtJlil7«vUU city and country property;
lowest rates: loans made with dispatch. Ad
dress the Northern Counties Investment Trust,
Ltd., FRED. J. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal.
RW. POINDEXTER, 25 W. SECOND ST.—
, Loans on good city or country property,
ml tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE-O. A.
SUMNER & CO.. 7 S. Fort St. f2O-tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L,
SCHMIDT, No. 109 W. First St., Room 18.
m4tf
fflf 1 flt\ f\i\i\ TO LOAN —A.. J. VIELB, 38
©IUI/.UUU S.Jnringßt..Room4.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MOR
TIMER & HARRIS, attorneyß-at-law, 78
Temple block f 22tf
PHYSICIANS.
R~joTil>r^v~TCK^^
attention to Orthopedic and Plastic Sur
gery; treats surgical diseases and deformities,
such as fistula, Htrlcture, piles, fissure chronic
ulcers, cancer and all tumors, varicoEe 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 Ul2 a. m,l to 4 and 7t09 p. m. f23-tf
MRS. DR. MINNIE WELLS, FIRST LADY
lic-ntlate of Kentucky; 9 years' successful
practice in this city in diseases of women; has
lv connection with her practice electro-thermal
"baths, Office 502 S. Broadway, cor. Fiftn St.
fls tf
CHAS. W. BRYSON, M. D. —DISEASES OF
women a specialty. 8. Spring St.,
Rooms 2 ana 3. Telephone, office, 79t>; res
idence. 798. jlltf
DR. EITBABETH FOLLANBBEE, HAS RE
turned from the Eaat. Office and residence,
240 S. Fort st. Office hours, from 11:30 a. m.
to 2:30 p. m. ;f24-tf
DR. FRED R. FROST, 17 N. MAIN ST.,
Los Angelv-.. Specialty: Diseases of the
Nose, Throat and Chest. Office hours, 10 to 12,
2 to 5, 7to 8. Tel: Office, 96; Rjsldence, 90.
Residence, 1419 Temple st. fl7
M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., M. 0. P. 8.
•O. Specialist lv diseases of the head,
throat and chest, Including the eye, ear and
heart. Oxygen, comoound oxygen, nitrogen,
mouoxlde, and other rnodlcatoa Inhalations,
used in all diseases of tho respiratory organs.
Office, 37 South Fort street, from 9 A. m. to
4 p. M. m 3
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 265 N. MAIN ST.
Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m ; 4 to 6 and
7 to 9 p. m. ■ 126 tf
BR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIBT
Office 2ft North Main St. Office Hosro, 9 a
m. to 4 p.m. mltf-d&w
DR. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF
women a specialty; rectal diseases
treated by tbe Brmkerhoff Painless System;
office corner Main and Seventh sts., Robarts
block. fl6-tf
DH. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
Jargeon to tho New York Hospital. 75 N.
Spring st. Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tel. No. 1,026.
f24«
DR. C. B. OLACIUB HAS REMOVED HIS
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 S. Spring St.
Hours from 11 a. m. to 2p. H. Specialty—Oox
nal and t>kin dlseaeos, ohrnnlodlNiisseti ln gen
eral, f 24tl
R. CHAS. DE SZIGETHY. OFFICE AND
residence, 313 S. Main Bt. Tele. 1,056. tf
EDUCATIONAL.
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, TELEGRA
phy. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, 120 W. First
st., the only school in the oity in which these
arts are taught by competent gentlemen,ski lied
in their profession. Terms moderate. ELIAS
LONGLEY. 30 years a reporter, W. H.WAGNER,
sicnographer and telegrapher. marl-Om
MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Singing, Piano and Guitar. Sneclal rates
to beginners. Rooms 11 and 12 Postoffice
building. jlstf
NORMAL INSTITUTE—FITB FOR TEACH
ers examinations; 5 instructors; 12 weeks;
opens March 10. Address BOYNTON A BRIS
TOL, 330K 8. Spring Bt. 121-14t
THE SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES
have opened a boarding and select day
school at Ramona, Cal ; the Bite of the institu
tion is nnequaled; the course of instruction is
nf the highest grade. Address for terms SR.
SUPERIOR. f2Mlm
ACADEMY Of IMMACULATE HEART, PICO
Height-i—Conducted by the Sisters of Im
maculate Heart. The scholastic year com
prises two sessions of fl ye 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 commences from the date
of entranoe. For further particulars apply on
the premises, or at the Cathedral school, Los
Angeles st. The above house is the novitiate of
the order. mi sra
LOS ANGELES BUBINEBB COLLEGE~AND
English Training School, 38,40 and 42 S.
Main st, New No. 144. Experienced teachers;
completecourses of study. D. B. WILLIAMS,
Prin. f22 tf
SCHOOL OF CIVIL. MINING, MECHANICAL,
Engineering, Surveying, Architecture,
Drawing, APBaylng. A. VAN DEB NAILI KN,
723 Market St., San Francisco. FlO tf
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
—AND—
BHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 South Bprlng Street, Los Angeles. Oal
SESSIONS DAY AND BVBNINS.
For particulars, oall at omoe or addrese.
«20-ly F. C. WOODBURY. Principal.
SPECIALISTS.
SAM. A. HAZEN, M. D.. TH. D., lIAS
opened an office on Fort 6treet (No. 130),
bet. First and t econd, where In the future he
will attend to pa ients in person. Specialist
eye, ear, throat and chroni- diseases. felBlm
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
wlfery a specialty. 145 Bellevue aye. j2B tf
... aBCHITECTS.
CH. BROWN. ARCHITECT, OFFICE, BBY
. son-Bonebrake block. 3d floor, rooms 42
and 48. fHtt"
HOffIEOPATHISTS.
DR. 0. 8. WALKER (LATB"oTsTToUisX
homoeepathlst; office. 130 S. Spring »t;
hours. 10 to 12 a. m. and 2t04 p. m. f 18-3 m
SB. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMUJOFATHIBT.
. Office, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build
ing, cor. First and Spring sta. Residence, 688
S. Pearl st Office hours, 11 a.m. to Bp. at.
Telephone Nos.; Office 597; residence 577.
f24M
DRB. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 M., 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. x. Dr. Boynton's
residence. 735 Olive St. f 19tf
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D.—HOMBOP ATHIBT
Office Hours—ll to IS a. h., 2 to 5 p. m.,
Offioe—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building,
LosAngelcl, Cal. Residence 408 South Main
street. f3-tf.
ARIZONA AND MEXICO LANDS.
veyor General's office of Arizona; Arizona
and Mexico investments. 4 South Fort st,
I.os Angeles. Cal., Room 3. fel4 lm*
ASSAY ERN.
/TET^umiciryTAliA^
\J, ogist, 28 North Spring Street; gold and
silver assays, $1.00 each; character testa gratis;
particular attention given rare ores and
minerals, cements, gypsum, limestones, clays,
etc felO m
ABBTRACTS.
pany of Los Angeles, N. W. cor. Franklin
and New High streets. fl7-9m
THE SECURITY TITLE INSURANCE AND
Abstract Co. of So. Cal. , 40 N. Spring
St.. rooms 4. 5 and 6. fl7-tf
aIICTION * kI.K -..
W. E. BEESON'S
—GENERAL—
Auction and Commission Bouse,
NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECOND ST.
Peremptory Sales of Now and Beoond-HanO
Furniture
TUESDAY, MARCH 4,
THURSDAY, MARCH 6,
SATURDAY, MARCH 8
At 10 a. m. and 2 r. m.
AUCTION BALE OF HORSES AND CAB
RIAOEB ON SATURDAYS.
MIEN O. BHOADEK. Auctioneer.
o *-t» "
ADAMS BROS.
DENTIST ,
23 South Spring Bt. (new number 119U), first
stairway below the Nadeau hotel.
FILLINGS.
Gold filling $2.00 to $10 00
Gold alloy filling 1.50 to 500
White filling lor front teeth ... 1.00 to 2.00
Silver or amalgam filling 1.00
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK.
Gold and porcelain crowns.. .$ 5.00 to $10.00
Tcjih with noplare 10.00 to 15.00
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
Gold plate-, Ist quality $30.00 to $40.00
Silver pates, Ist qva Itv 20.00 to 30.00
Rubber plates, Ist qu I tv 10.00
Ribber plates, 2d quality 8 00
Rubber plates 3d quality 6.00
i EXTRACTING TEETIs.
| With vitalized airorgas $1.00
Wltu oooa'ne applieu to gums 1.00
Regular extracting 50
Regulating and treating teeth and gums and
other operations at lowest pricen. All work
guaranteed. Office hours from 8 a. m tos:3u)
p. m. : undays 10 to 12 a. m.
parties having work done to the
amount of $5.00 or more, cau have their teeth
cleaned for nothing.
ADAMS BROS. Dentists,
23 Sonth Spring St., next lo Nadeau hotel.
Bo sure you see the name "Adama Bros.,
Dentists," on the door. fe9T2m
The Arrowhead Hot Springs
Finest Mountain Hotel and Health Resort
in Southern California.
Two Thousand Feet Above tbe Sea.
A complete change of climate from that of
Los Angeles, Free from Frost, Peg, Dust,
Mud, Malaria, Fleas and Mosqnltoes.
Wonderful Hot Mineral Waters.
The Arrowhead Hotel and Hot Springs
have a rare combination of advantages as a
winter resort In respect to location,
Ecenery and climate they are unsurpassed
The mineral waters are as good as any In
the world. The hotel accommodates 150
guests, and is first-class in every respect.
No pains aro spared to rr ake It home-like,
restful and attractive. For full pirtlcu
lars and descriptive circulars, write to the
manager. Address,
Wm M. TISDALE
Arrowhead Sprlnga,
ia24-3m San Bernardino County.Cal.
BARGAINS!
Stock ranch of 5,000 acres, near Los Angeles,
at $2 50 per acre.
Farming and stock ranch (half farming land)
of 2,b00 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, on
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 Vinejard Property,
Improved and unimproved estate of George A.
Cowles, El Cajon Valley, San Diego Couuty
Cal. Some of the property now producing the
finest raisins grown in California. Also forty
acres deciduous fruit ranch. Improved lands,
$250 to $300 per acre. Raisin packing house
on property, which cost $4 000. Unimproved
lands, $25 to $100 tier acre; also fine orange
land In Eagle Rock Valley and Glendale.
Inquire of M. G. McKOON,
fe9 lm 5 South Fort St.
S3 TO S£USQ.
Finest Flulsbed Cabinet Pboto
irraphs.
We guarantee them to be as fine as any made
ln the city. Come early with the babies.
N. B.—Parties holding contract tickets on
other galleries will be allowed $1.00 for same
on their order.
WESNER.
127 West First street, bet. Main and Spring
f!9-3m
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gANITAKV PLUMBING^
FRANK A. WEINSHANK,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM
FITTER,
128 E. Second Btreet. Telephone 136.
Machinery of all kinds repaired. General
Jobbing promptly attended to. jao 3m .
ABOUT THE CITY
Tne Huicide of a Desperate
Janitor.
TOOK A DOSE OF STRYCHNINE.
The Board of Education Meeting-.
Arrangements for, the Citrus
Fair—Other News.
About i*> o'clock last night Paul
Mitzam, the proprietor of a saloon and
lodging-house on Alameda street, oppo
site the Lankershim mills, heard some
one groaning upstairs, and on investiga
tion discovered that one of his lodgers, a
colored man named Hall, was sick and
apparently in terrible agony, in his
room. Mil / irn called his wife and re
turned to his saloon, bnt in a few min
utes Mrs. Mitzam came down and in
formed him that Hall had taken poison.
She said that in reply to her questions,
Hall had told her that he had been rub
bing his leg with poison, and had fallen
asleep, leaving the liquid in a glass by his
bedside. On waking up he felt thirsty,
and forgetting that he had put poison in
the glass, drank its contents. Mitzam
on hearing this story ran over to Bob In
gram, the night watchman at the mills,
and told him about it. Bob at once went
over and saw Hall, who repeated his
story, and soon afterwards the man ex
pired. The police and Coroner were
notified by telephone at 10:30 o'clock
and Officer Maguire was dispatched to
the scene. On the arrival of the Coroner
the body was removed to Orr & Sutch's
parlors, where an inquest will be held
today.
When the body was lifted from the
bed Coroner Meredith discovered an
illustrated advertisement, on the back of
which the following was indited in a
clear, legible hand:
"Los Angeles, March 3,1890.
"I am Frederick Douglas Hall, of
Media, Delaware county, Pennsylvania.
My brother, William B. Hall, and sister,
Mattie B. Hall, live at that place. lam
despondent, and would rather die than
live. My aunt, Christina M. Smith, lives
on Chestnut street, Oakland. Take the
San Pablo cars to the tank."
A bottie cf strychnine was found near
the bed, and a glass containing the dregx
of some of the diluted poison stood upon
a table, close at hand. The daceased
was formerly employed as a janitor in
the Jones block and several buildings on
Spring street, and was very popular.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Proceedings at tlie Meeting of tbe
Directors.
The Board of Education met last night,
President A. E. Pomeroy in the chair,
and Messrs. Cox, Ellis, Frew, Gosper,
Mcintosh, Woodbury and Whaling pres
ent.
A communication was received from
tbe California State Citrus Fair, suggest
ing the closing of all the schools in order
to enable the school children to attend
on Wednesday. The matter was re
ferred to the teachers' committee, with
power to act.
The petition of C. J. Kubach, the con
tractor for the Alpine-street school build
ing, asking permission to work his men
au hour later every day in order to com
plete the erection of the building before
another rain fell, was referred to the
building committee.
The application of Mrs. I. Schubert,
W. Batn, Mrs. Briggs, Amelia Eisen
preis, Mrs. M. E. Bacon and others for
positions as janitors were referred to the
janitors' committee, as were also the
resignation ot P. Sotello from the janitor
ship of the Seventh-street school, and
Vicente Landres's application for the
position thus vacated.
The report of Superintendent Friesner
showing the total number uf pupils en
rolled for the month of February to be
6,842, of whom 3.447 were boys and 3,395
girls, and an average daily attendance of
ci.160, was read and ordered placed on
file.
A communication was received from
the International Bricklayers' Union rep
resenting that the bill of extra work as
presented by R. Berlye on the founda
tion of the High School building is ex
cessive and exorbitant, considering the
rate of wages paid by him to his brick
layers, and hoping the bill would not be
allowed. The matter was referred to the
building committee.
On motion of Mr. Ellis of the teachers'
committee the following ladies were
elected as substitute teachers: Misses
Mary H. Penman, S. L. Dole, M. E
Bear and Mrs. W. S. Troop.
The matter of the extra expense of
constructing foundations for the various
schools was referred to the building com
mittee to make contracts.
The bids of Sherwood & Johnson,
$4,690; C. M Anslyn, $5,300, and C. G.
Willman, $4,989, for the raising of tbe
Amelia-street schoolhouse were read and
referred to the building committee.
On motion of Mr. Whaling, a vacation
was declared from March lib to 24th
inclusive, in order to allow the teachers
to attend the convention of teachers.
On motion of Major Frew, the clerk of
the Conncil was requested to advertise
for bids for a school site in tbe vicinity
of Temple and Birch streets. Ad
journed.
SPACE WANTED.
n any Application* for Room In tbe
Cltrua Fair.
Superintendent Gray of the citrus
fair received a telegram from the citrus
(rowers of Ventura yesterd ay asking for
300 feet of space. He had expected that
they would find use for only about forty
feet. This is an illustration of the way
that applications for space are coming in.
It iB evident that the building will be
filled even to the remotest corners of the
galleries with fine displays of citrus
fruits.
Another county was heard from yester
day, and this time it is San Luis Obispo
which asks admission to the citrus fair.
Coming within the prescribed limits it
will be admitted, although it was not
supposed it would take the trouble to send
down an exhibit.
Captain Gray yesterday received a let
ter from James Smith, the chairman of
tne Transco;. ' tental Association, whioh
meets at Coruuado on the 15th, in whioh
FIVE CJitNTIS.
he says tbat he has informed the mem
bers of that body and all other railway
officials that expect to come to the Coast
at that time, of the existence of the cit
rus fair, at Los Angeles, and has sug
gested that they visit here. A large
number of them will probably adopt tha
suggestion.
DROWNED HIMSELF.
J. P. Rocltafellow Takes Bis Life
Wblle Depresses.
On his return from Pasadena yester
day Coroner Meredith was notified of the
finding of the body of an old man in the
reservoir at Rosedale cemetery during
his absence, and at 7 o'clock last evening
he-held an inquest upon it. From the
testimony, it was learned that the body
was that of Jacob P. Rockafellow, a
native of Mova Scotia, 65 yean of age.
He arrived in this city fr jm the East
about four years ago, since which time
be has residedfwith N. H. Mullur, a
painter, whom he had known for eleven
years previously. For two or three
months past Rockafellow's health was
seriously impaired, and the fact tbat he
was unable to work appeared to
depress him considerably. On Sun
day evening last a party of
Mullen's friends called at his house at
Rosedale, and about 7:30 o'clock old
Rockafellow was seen to put on his hat
and leave the house. No attention was
paid to his absence for some time, bat as
he did not return, Mullen became
anxious and went out to look for him.
No trace of him could be found, however,
and the Mullen family retired to bed.
Yesterday morning about 7 o'clock Mul
len again left his house to renew his
search, and his attention being attracted
,by a crowd of people on the bank of the
reservoir in the cemetery, he went over
and identified the body in the water as
tbat of his old friend. It had been dis
covered by a laborer named J. H. C.
Wandelocb, who noticed a coat and bat
lying on the bank when on his way to
work, and while looking for the owner of
the articles, he saw the head and shoul
dere of the old man in the water, and
notified the sexton. The jary, on hear
ing the facts as above, returned a verdict
of suicide by drowning while suffering
from temporary insanity.
CONFESSION OF FAITH.
A Discussion Upon tbe Question of
Revitlon.
The Presbyterian Association met last
evening at the First Presbyterian church
for the purpose of hearing arguments on
tbe question which is now agitating tbe
church in regard to the revision of the
Confession of Faith. Rev. Dr. Chichester
occupied the chair as moderator and
every seat in the lecture room was occu
pied. The first speaker on the subject
was Judge Samuel Miner, who was of
the opinion that some of the objection
able portions of the Confession should be
taken out. He instanced several por
tions ot the Confession which he found
it impossible to believe or to reconcile
with the language of the Bible,
in each case reading the language of the
Confession and of that portion of the
Bible which bore on tbe subject. Hon.
J. Shirley Ward also spoke learnedly in
the same strain and said that there must
be something wrong when other
churches had increased their member
ships so much more rapidly than the
Calvanistic. He was of the opinion that
these objectionable parts could be elimi
nated and the system remain perfect.
Mr. Ward stopped his remarks at a very
interesting point to give way to others
who desired to speak on the same sub
ject. Rev. Mr. Reed spoke on behalf of
tbe Confession and held that parte of it
could not be taken away and the system
be improved. He compared tbe elimina
tion of these portions to tbe lopping off
of parts of the human anatomy, and
closed by saying that he would speak
further on the question at another occa
sion. Tbe discussion was continued
until 10 o'clock when the meeting ad
journed.
AN INTERESTING LECTUREX 1 -
Herr Arnold it inner on Our Teu
tonic Ancestor*.
Herr Arnold Kutner, a well-known
teacher of the German language and
literature, delivered a lecture yesterday
evening at Unity church on "Oar Teu
tonic Ancestors and Tbeir Literature."
There was a fair audience, which listened
with attention and evident interest to
the lecture.
Herr Kutner bsgan at tho earliest
known history of the Teutonic races and
traced the origin of the people now known
as German. He briefly outlined their
mythology and religious rights, and with
frequent references to Tacitus and to the
earliest German writings, recounted their
customs and laws. He pointed nut the
poetic instincts of the people which early
showed themselves even in the wording of
their laws. The origin of their liter
ature was in poetry, in which alliteration
was a characteristic element. The pro
fessor read several short selections illus
trating the peculiarities of this class of
literature.
The migration of the early Teutonic
tribes, just before the fall of the Roman
Empire, was next treated by the profes
sor, and the terrible invasion of the Huns
was graphically depicted. He then de
scribed the gradual conversion of the
wild tribes to Christianity, and the work
of Ulfilaa and his translation of the
Bible. The lecture waa written in good
style and well delivered.
fan Sit i Crazy on tne Fourth Trip.
A Slavonian named Martin Asano
vich has kept the authorities pretty busy
for a week past. He has been arrested
as insane and examined by a commis
sion four times in the week. After each
he has gone out ot court and kicked np
such a bobbery as to cause his instant
arrest again. Yesterday morning he
came before a commission which de
clared him sane and turned him loose.
Oat he went, and got into such a scrape
that in an hour he was again arrested
and taken the second time in a day be
fore a commission, which tbis time or
dered him to Stockton. The trouble has
been that Asanovich cannot speak a
word of English, and his friends have all
declared him sane.
Agricultural Association.
The directors of the* District Agricul
tural Association will meet next Thurs
day to discuss the plans for the spring
race meeting and to decide upon certain
permanent improvements at Agricultural
Park, among whioh are the building of a
new grand stand and pavilion.

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