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United States Signal Service.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
April 1, 1800:
u. m. 20.94 4S
1>. m. 29.M 82
Kax. tem..(>7; mm. ten.,43.
CHICASO, Apil 1 —New York. 93; New
Orleans, OO; B*. Louis. 44; Cincinnati, :i'J: Cai
cage, :i 1. w tnnipeg, 18.
J. W. Miller was down from Chino I
C. W. Roger* and E. W. Hadiey are
up Ens San l>iego.
Major George E. Gard left for San 1
Mr. ami Mrs. K. Mandell arrived from
.New York yesterday.
M. L Northrap went northyesterday
on the afternoon train.
Dr. Folsom, of Arkansas, is visiting
Los Voireles with his wile.
J. R. Gibba was a passenger 00 the
northbound train yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parmalee. of
Chicago, are visiting the city.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fyfe, of San Ber- 1
nardino, w ere down yesterday.
Will Laeey,one of the prominent busi
ness men of San Diego, is in the city.
T. P. SutherlandandMrs. E. F. Suther
land, of San Francisco, are in the city.
Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Pusey and Miss
Pusey, of Beaumont, were in the city
S. R. G. Troyeross, of Sierra Madre
returned. Monday from a trip to San
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Holland, Miss
Holland and Miss Wileoxson.of St. Louis,
are spending some weeks here.
Richard Melrose. Esq., of Anaheim,
was in Los Angeles yesterday, looking as
if things were prosperous down there.
Mr. MeDugal and family, for some
time residents of Newhall, have taken
their departure for Pennsylvania, where
they will permanently locate.
Louis Lyons, an old-time resident of
Newhall, but lately of Los Angeles, lias
returned to Newhall to engage in the
honey enterprise at his apiary:
J. ('. Daly, ex-City Attorney, but now
an honest granger in Ventura, is visiting
his friends in the city, looking as brown
as a berry and as happy as an honest
Miss Mamie Short, the elocutionist so
well known in this city, is engaged in
her profession in New York city, and
winning golden opinions from all who
E. J. Baldwin, with his daughters,
Clara and Anita, are at his Santa Anita
ranch for a few weeks. Mr. Baldwin
will probably remain until his race
horses start for the East, which will be
about April 15th.
Rev. Chas. Winbigler, the talented
Baptist minister of Riverside, passed
through Los Angeles yesterday en route
for Oakland, to attend the meeting of
the State Baptist Association, which
commences next Monday.
The Woodbury College Dramatic Club
is preparing to produce A Quiet Family
The St. Vincent market building on
Broadway, opposite the postoffice, is
ready for the roof.
A larger crowd than usual was pres
ent at the Natatorium last night on the
occasion of the regular family night.
Mary Tonner, of Santa Monica, was
adjudged insane yesterday, and ordered
committed to the asylum at Stockton.
Miss Jessie Couthoui, the elocutionist,
will recite "lugomar" and other selec
tion at the Illinois social on Friday
The attendance at the skiting rink
holds out well as the end of the season
approaches. The pavilion will soon have
to be cleared for the flower festival.
On Saturday, April 26th, the anniver
sary of Odd Fellowship will be cele
brated in Los Angeles county by an ex
cursion to Catalina island, under the di
rection of Embarcadero Lodge No, 348,
of San Pedro.
The meeting of the Sunday School In
stitute, at the First Baptist church, was
well attended last night, and the ad
dress of Mr. William Reynolds was lis
tened to approvingly by all present. The
institute meets all day today in the same
The monthly report of the County
Clerk shows a slight increase of business
over that of March of last year. The
receipts for the past month were as fol
lows: Miscellaneous, $573.75; civil
business, $2,770.75; probate, $402; re
funded. $810.70; paid County Treasurer,
$3,025.80; total, $3,842.50.
On Thursday evening, this week, April
3d, the regular monthly musical and lit
erary entertainment, for the benefit of
the First Christian Mission organ fund,
will be given in Union hall, corner of
Grand avenue and Seventeenth street. A
fine programme is arranged. Engaged
for the occasion are Mrs. Wiseman," the
Wilson family, Miss Carrie Wagner, the
Universal quartette, Mr. Koehler, Mr.
Shepard, Mrs. Carson, Mrs. Freeman,
Miss Gracie Bainter and Master Artie
Bell. The entertainment concludes with
The following is a statement of the
business transacted in the Recorder's
office during the months of January,
February and March, showing the daily
averages, also the proj>ortionate in
Fees Folios Fees Folios
Jan 2fi days $ 2,049.15 14,875 $101.89 572
Feb 23 " 2,695.45 14,430 117.19 027
Mar 27 " 3,335.05 19,587 124.18 720
' Totals $8,079.55 48,898
The daily increase of February
over January $15.30 55
The daily increase of March
over February 0.99 99
The daily increase of March
over January 22.29 114
R. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. Removed to 123. W. Second st..
Burdick block. Telephone 595.
The election of directors in the Union
League Club took place yesterday with
the result that the following were
chosen: J. A. Kelly, J. S. Van Doren,
I. H. Sherman, E. P. Johnson, J. M.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1890.
Meredith, M. R. Higgins. C. H. Hum
phreys and Sutherland Button. The
directors will meet Thursday night and
choose the officers of the club.
For having stolen a watch and chain
from Louis Pigot, on the 28th ult.,
Arthur Peals was yesterday sentenced
to the city jail for 300 days.
Justice Austin fined John Andrews
$15 yesterday for battering a clerk
named B. Hefti. Hefti missed several
small portable articles, and accused An
drews of having stolen them, whereupon
the latter knocked his accuser down.
Ex-Justice of the Peace Harvey Brans
comb was yesterday found guilty by
Justice Savage of malicious mischief on
February last, by attempting to tear
down the cabin of" a squatter named E.
Sansom, who refused to be ejected from
a piece of land at Calabasas claimed by
Michael Haley and Gaspar Valenzuela
were yesterday arrested and taken be
fore Justice Savage for arraignment upon
a charge of malicious mischief. The
complainant, Joseph Hinds, alleges that
he was authorized to cultivate a piece of
land belonging to S. C. Caswell, situated
at the foot of Hostetter avenue, Boyle
Heights, and just outside the patent
boundary of the city limits. He did so,
and raised a crop of barley upon the
land, which immediately adjoins his
ranch of thirteen acres, but alleges that
on Monday Haley and Valenzuela delib
erately went to work with plows and de
stroyed bis crop by turning it up. The
defendants pleaded not guilty to the
charge and were released upon their own
The Aronson Opera Company Coming
Manager Wyatt, of the Grand opera
house, takes pleasure in announcing the
coming, of the Rudolph Aronson's New
York Casino Opera Company, direct
from their great success in San Fran
cisco, for five nights, commencing Tues
day evening, April Bth, with Saturday
matinee. First time here by Aronson's
company of Knninie, with all its mount
ings, including the famous and original
ballroom scene. Wednesday and Thurs
day evenings, first time here of another
New York Casino's success, which ran
350 nights in the home of comic opera
to crowded houses, entitled Nadjy.
Friday and Saturday evenings still an
other Casino's success, Black Hussar.
These operas will be given in a first
class Casino style, and every detail will
lie carried out to the letter, as nearly
perfect as possible. The company in
cludes the following carefully-selected
artists: Miss Helen Lamont, Emma
Hanley, Miss Laura Millard, Miss Gene
vieve Reynolds, Miss Mamie Cherbi,
Miss Dolly Worth, R. E.Graham, Louis
DeLange, Ross David, Lloyd Wilson,
Steve Porter, Alex Clark; Adolph
Bower, musical director.
On the opening night, Tuesday, April
Bth, Al Malaikah Temple, Nobles of'the
Mystic Shrine, will witness the perform
ance of Erminie, accompanied by their
lady friends and families ; on which oc
casion the management will decorate
the opera bouse in a most elaborate
manner with flowers, flags and plants.
The members of the shrine will appear
in full regalia, also their ladies.
Sale of seats for the opera season will
commence Thursday morning, April 3d.
Don't wait; secure your seats well in
"The Waif* of Mew York."
Of this play, which opens Sunday at
the Los Angeles, an exchange says:
The railroad bridge scene in The Waif*
lof New York, the play in which Miss
Katie Einmett appears, is one of the
I greatest and most exciting scenes ever
seen upon any stage. When the curtain
•is raised and the scene disclosed, a full
view of the Harlem railroad bridge is
i shown, with the Harlem river under
| neath and the lights of the city of New
; York in the distance. "Willie" and
I "Gertie," the two waifs, are seen
! upon the bridge trying to es
cape from " Pierre Bertrand,"
] a villainous Frenchman who is
anxious to murder little "Gertie" that
Ihe may share in the fortune which
1 rightfully belongs to her. "Willie" and
"Gertie" pause upon the centre of the
bridge. Suddenly the shrill whistle of
an up-town train is heard rapidly ap
proaching. They start to retrace their
steps and from the other side comes the
warning whistle of the 10:30 express.
It is impossible to escape and save
"Gertie" only by hanging underneath
I the bridge from the trestle work. This
"Willie" does and the curtain goes down
!in the act showing him hanging under-
I neat h the bridge while the two trains go
j thundering overhead in opposite direc-
A Sad Oeath.
Some two years ago Miss Berke, the
I daughter of F, W. Berke, of the corner
of Second street and Bunker Hill avenue,
married a young contractor of this city
named John Grant. The young people
have lived very happily together, and
were quite prosperous. Recently a child
came to bless their union and add to
their happiness, and then when the baby
was some six months old a dark cloud
came over their home in the serious ill
ness of the young mother. Her ailment
was enlargement of the heart,from which
j she suffered acutely. Her death was
1 feared for many weeks, but about a
month ago she partially recovered
her health, and so " rapid was
her seeming improvement that
hones of her permanent recovery were
indulged in. During the past few days
she was so well that 'at times ber sisters
and mother have dared to leave her
alone at short intervals. This they did
last evening at about 4 o'clock, but
while she was thus left alone partaking
of some refreshment she fell from her
chair and was dead when one of her sis
ters returned to the room. It is well
' that the little motherless child has the
! dead mother's two kind sisters and
j mother to bring it up.
The Vienna Bakery and Dining Parlors,
Corner Spring and First streets, will close for
alteration* and repairs Wednesday, April 2d,
! 3d and 4th. and will reopen Saturday atO a. m..
. with a new bill of fare. Trusting that the kind
patronage so liberally bestowed on the Vienna
during the past two years will be better pleated
with our new arrangements, and that a contin
uance of the same will always find the Vienna
striving to excel its high reputation as a flrst
The Bakery Department will remain open to
I our wholesale and retail trade.
R. COHEN, Proprietor.
General Spring Opening.
, Saturday, March 2flth. and Monday, March
31st, Madam I>. (iotthfelf, importer of fine
' French Millinery-, 121 8. Spring street. Posi
tively the handsomest, largest and most desir
; able stock, at reaßonabLe prices.
For First-Class Coupes or Carriages.
Best turnouts and lowest rates in the city, go to
I City Cab and Carriage Company,' ofl.ee and
; stand, Hollenbeck hotel, corner Heqmd and
Spring streets. Telephone 40. Phil. Dyi.
An Enthusiastic Gathering of the
The camptires burned brightly in the
wigwam of the Iroquois last night, and
the braves turned out in large nuinhers
to attend the council, which was pre
sided over by tirand Sachsro H. w.
Patton. A considerable, amount of the
routine business of the club was trans
acted, and an avalanche of names was
sent in for membership.
A committee of three was appointed t"
formulate a circular letter, to be ad
dressed to all well-known Democrats,
who are not members of the club, giving
reasons why they should join, and re
questing them to meet the committee in
conference on the subject. The com
mittee is Col. James J. Avers, Judge
Redick and Judge Ryan.
The following names were proposed
for membership and favorably balloted
upon: P.Henley, W.T.Harris. J. E.
Frick. E. B. Dukeman, J. H.
Simpson, A. La Pierce, George Booth, F.
('. McNallv, T. Nuella, Sylvester (I rant,
F. J. Capitan, E. R. Threlkeld, C. \V.
Duffy, Conrad Jacobv, Cyrus True, W.
! J. A. Smith and V. Metcalfe.
The financial secretary reported 184
names of members on the roll, and a
j motion was adopted declaring all mem
bers who pay their monthly dues from
March 1, 1800, as being in good standing.
A. J. Meadows, J. H. Dockweiler and
Wm. Crawford were duly initiated.
Stirring short speeches were then made
by Judge Redick, J. H. Dockweiler,
Judge Ryan and Col. J. J. Avers.
Tlie meeting was a very spirited one,
, and lasted much later than usual.
The president announced that the
■ regular annual meeting for the election
lof officers would be held on the 6th of
After some discussion, a motion was
adopted to meet hereafter every week
instead of every two weeks, and the club
adjourned to meet Tuesday evening,
Improvements Discussed by the Prop
The Crown Hills Improvement Society
met last night and discussed various
matters relating to the. West End. The
: determination was expressed to have a
traffic grade into the heart of the city
and that active efforts to have Second
street opened would continue. It was
stated that a «ew petition would be cir
i culated by First-street property-owners
i to hurry up their improvement.
It was said to be the desire of many of
the residents in the vicinity of Lucas
, street that an engine and house be
; located on that part of the hill, as there
is none nearer in the south than the one
on Ninth street, between Broadway and
Many residents in this section are
troubled with stray cattle, horses and
dogs, more particularly those having no
fences. The Chief of Police, when noti
fied regarding strays, claims to have no
officers to send alter them. The dog
pound is closed. The cattle pound is
still in existence, but there is no way of
driving them there. On Sunday morn
ing thirty-two head of cattle were
found pasturing on the Belmont grounds,
destroying shrubbery and trees. They
had also been running over the yards'of
Messrs. Yarnell and Wells.
It was stated that the Los Angeles Im
provement Company is putting the Bel
mont grounds in fine shape, making it
equal to any park in the city, and will
keep the same open to the public, pro
vided owners of stock and dogs will keep
j them off the grounds,otherwise the coui
| pany will board up the avenue. It was
1 hoped that means will be taken by all
' owners of stock to keep the same within
The Ainsworth-Thompson people have
moved into the new hotel at Redondo
Beach, in order to better superintend
the furnishing and fitting of the house.
It is hoped that all will be ready for the
opening in a couple of weeks, it will lie
the gem hotel of this Coast.
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some of the doctors said was leprosy, some ring
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100 North Los Angeles Street,
LOB ANGELES, CAL. al-tf
Anti- Bilious Pills!
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
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i KM! Wall St.. N. V. THE JOHNSON -LOCKE
MERCANTILE Co.. San Francisco, agents.
p KANP OPERA BOUSE.
I'l H. C. W v att. Lessee and Manager.
A MUSICAL festival.
FOR FIVE NIGHTS ! Ft)R FIVE NIGHTS !
and Saturday Matinee.
COMMENCING TUESDAY, APRIL BTH.
NEW YOKK CASINO OPERA CO.
: Under, the management of Mr. Nathaniel Roth.
Tuesday Evening and Saturday Matinee,
j Wednesday and Thursday Evenings NADJY
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
Regular Prices. Sale of scats begins Thurs
day morning, April 3rd. ap2
T OS ANGELES THEATER.
lj McL.UN A Lehman, Lessees and Managers.
4 NIGHTS, COMMENCING SUNDAY EVEN
ING, APRIL (iTII.
The Sparkling and Vivacious Soubrettc. MISS
KATIE EMM XI T, in her great play,
THE WAIFS OF NEW YORK !
Magnificent special scenery for each act !
don't fail to sf.e
The great Harlem Railroad Bridge Scene, show
inn two trains crossing the Sarletnjrailroad
bridge In opposite directions !
old Trinity church. Broadway."? New. York, by
moonlight ! The Tombs Police Court !
Castle Garden at Sunset ! Exterior of the Tombs
and the Grand Fire Scene tit Five Points.
The Most Realistic nod StartlinglFire Scene
ever shown upon any stage. a pi
For Premium Lists see Herald on Tuesdays
On all other matters address
MRS. J. D. Bt'RCH,
310 S. Hill st.
I)ALACE RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
Corner First and Spring Streets.
The Most Magnificent and Popular
Resort in the City.
FREE CONCERTS! ;
CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOLOISTS
Every Night from 8 to 12.
JOSEPH BCHTJRTZ, PROPRIETOR,
Fifth and Olive Streets.
BEGINNING SATURDAY, MARCH 22D.
FOR RESPECTABLE CLASSES ONLY.
Admissiom Free to Gallery. Skating, 25 cents.
J. L. WALTON, Manager. mrlB-lm
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1800,
: PINAFORE! it PINAFORE! :
Given for the benefit of the
German Ladies' Benevolent Society,
By Fifty Juveniles, children of prominent
citizens of Los Angeles.
Director—Prof. A. Willhartitz.
Admission —11.50 for one gentleman and lady,
including the Grand Hall following. Additional
ladies' tickets, 50 cents each. mar2o-td
Natatorium or Swimming Rath!
Water heated by stean: several new porcelain
lined tubs added, also a large dressing-room for
ladies, connecting with baths. Tuesday nights
for ladies and gentlemen.
WM. J. McCALDIN,
mar6-tf President and Manager.
Broadway and Sixth street.
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 4TH,
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION SOCIAL t
Vocal and Instrumental Music, and the local
"The Masher Smashed."
Repeated by general request. Also recitations
by the celebrated Jessie Couthoui.
Admission (to cover expenses), 10 cents.
Illinois hall to let.
For Awnings, Flags,
Truck, Hay and Wagon Covers,
Corner Second and San Pedro Sts.
m 15-2 m
F. HAN I MAN,
Telephone 188. P. O. Box 537.
LOS ANGELES FISHING COMPANY,
Wholesale and retail dealers In
FISH, GAME AND POULTRY.
All kinds of OYSTERS always on hand.
Stalls 8, 11, 13, 16, 18 and 20, Mott Market, Los
Angeles, Cal. m 15 2m
Hardware, Mechanics' Tools for All Trades,
AND DEALERS IN
Shelf Hardware, Brushes, Orange Clippers,
Pruning Shears, Honey Knives, Sheep Shears, As
i sayers' Outfits, Spectacles, Birds' Eyes and other
■ Optical Instruments, Fancy Goods, etc., and
i 25,000 assorted articles. No. 802 N. Main
L street, Los Angeles, Cal. 120 3m
LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY.
Shakespeare says: "The Apparel Oft Proclaims the
Man." We agree with William. Call around and see our
NEW SPRING STOCK.
NO. 242 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
' M,LL - ,N^RV
l^^^^^jjl^'' 'j^' Fine Wild Roses or Marguerites, one
' A Fine Wreath of * lowers for loc, one-half yard
Ribbons and Ostrich Feathers, everything in
SAM. N. OSBORNE, ±^^4
Atlantic Steamship, Insurance
AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY. *-«flE9Mlfe
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRANSFER TRUCK COMPANY.
Tickets sold to and from Great Britain and Europe by all first-class lines at lowest rates.
Staterooms secured. Call and get information. Houses to rent. Money to loan. Collections made.
No. 215 WEST FIRST STREET,
TELEPHONE NO. 18. apl-fim LOS ANGELES, CAL.
PABST BREWING CO.
Formerly Ph. Rest Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
This Beer is sold by the keg or in tattles. Family Trade Solicited.
Orders delivered to all parts of the city.
THE BEST TONIC.
A Concentrated Liquid Extract of Malt and Hops, free from alcohol. Invigorating and nutritious.
Insures a healthy appetite. Aids digestion. Strenghens the system.
manufactured by the G. T. STAMM, Sole Agent
PABST BREWING CO, of Milwaukee, Wis. For Southern California, 25 Elmira street, Los
For Sale by All Druggists. Angeles, Cal. Telephone No. 224.
SPECIAL NOTICE. '
IMPORTANT TO CONTRACTORS
AND BUILDERS. J
Having purchased the entire stock of
the Willamette Steam Mills, Lumber ]
and Manufacturing Company, corner
Main and Ban Fernando streets, and (
being obliged to remove the same within J
sixty days, we will fill orders from the <
above yard and allow our patrons the ]
benefit of the cost of removal.
GANAHL LUMBER CO. J
W. A. Dhiscoll, Manager. J
Main office and yard, corner First and
Alameda street. f
Temporary branch office and yard,cor- i
ncr Alain and San Fernando streets.
m 22 lm
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Furniture $ Carpets
Containing 21 Rooms, 119% West First Street,
Tuesday Morning, April ist, 1890,
AT 10 OCLOCK.
Consisting of Ash, Antique and Walnut Bed
room Suits, Lounges, Chairs, Tables, Shades,
Blankets and Pillows,Mattresses.Bedding, about
800 yards Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, etc.
mr29-4t THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer.
No. 385. P. 0. Box 1555.
C: RAPHAEL So CO.,
■ Junctipn Downey Avenue and San Fer
Grain, Wool, Merchandise and House
bold Goods taken in Storage.
Cash A Avaneed for Freight and all Class ol
1 Storage, Etc., Etc.
Railroad Switch to our door. Correspondence
solicited. r marl2-3m
Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consamptioß
Together with diseases of the
EYE, EAR AND HEART,
Successfully treated by
M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.
, M. C. P. S. 0.,
-(Graduate, of Medical Department Victoria
College, Ofctario, Canada, in 1807, and member
of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of
Ontario, Canada, since 1882.)
BY His Hot Air Medicated Inhalations and his
COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT.
Probably no system of practice ever employed
has been "so universally successful as that in
troduced by Dr, William's forthecureof Catarrh,
Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma and Con
Catarrh is often regarded by the patient as
a cold in the head, and he often expresses his
astonishment at his remarkuble tendency to
contract fresh cold. Indeed he declares that
he is scarcely free from one cold before he
takes another, and he is always exceedingly
careful; it is also a matter of surprise to him
that the cold always seems to settle In the
head and throat.
At times many of the symptoms of catarrh
seem to abate, and the patient is led to hope
that the disease is about to wear off; but an
other class of symptoms soon appear and he
learns to his horror, that instead of recovery
from the disease, it is somewhat changed in its
character and has extended to the throat.
A sense of weariness is sometimes felt in
reading, speaking or singing; hoarseness at
times occurs, a sensation of dryness is felt in
the throat, or it appears that some foreign
substance, as, for instance, a hair, obstructed
the throat; there becomes a sense of languor
and fatigue; the breath lessens on a little
exertion, a short, hacking cough, a peculiar
sound in clearing the throat, a feeling as
though there was not room enough in the
chest to breathe; these and other symptoms
occur after the diseuse has made considerable
progress. Then it is a time when consumption
is about to begin its dreadful work. Up
to this time the press of the disease may
have been slow and the patient may, in
expressing his confident hope that it will
"wear off," declare that he has had the catarrh
for years and has not seemed to become much
worse, and trusts that he will "by and by"
recover. But this delusion is the grand error
which has peopled our cemeteries with con
sumptive forms, as all forms of catarrh end
filially in consumption.
Every case of catarrh is curable when prop
erly treated Eastern visitors and invalids
should avail themselves of the opportunity of
being cured before they return home.
Those who desire to consult me in regard
to their cases had better call at the office for an
examination, but if impossible to visit the office
personally can write for list of questions and
circular, both of which will be sent free of
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.,
137 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
Office hours—From 9 A. M. to 4 r. w.
Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. M.
Residence—ll9 South Grand Avenue.