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We shall give our HAT DEPARTMENT particular attention, and show the most attractive line of Soft and Stiff" Hats for $1.00.
Wejsupplied and Surprised a good Many customers last week with our $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.50 and 15.00 suits and still have more left. Keep your eye on
our show windows and we will supply and surprise you with the
Best fate Ever Offered in CLOTHING for Men, Boys and Children
Chicago Cloth)iiig; Company,
home: of low prices and birthplace of great bargains
BEN, L. MORRIS, Metrieiger.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
United States Signal Service.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
June 3, 1890:
• :07 a. m. .
:07 p. m.
Max. tern., 73; mm. tern., 50.
Eastern Temperature.
Chicago, June 3.—New York, 04; New
Orleans, 70; St. Louis, 70; Cincinnati, 74; Chi
sago, 02; Winnipeg. 52.
t*X Francisco, June "Orecast for t ali
fornia, warmer, fair weather.
J. J. Arnott was in from Newhall yes
The city council will meet this morn- !
ing at 10 o'clock.
Dr. and Mrs. George Fox are down j
from San Francisco on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reed, of San j
Francisco, are visitors to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Foster, of San I
Francisco,, are visiting Los Angeles.
T. J. Stuart, of the tirm of Francisco
& Stuart, has returned from a trip to the
The board of directors of the Los An
geles public library will meet this after
Mrs. Howes will chaperone a parly of
young ladies and gentlemen on a trip to
Wilson's Peak on Friday.
C. H. Bradley and family will pass the
summer at Long Beach and enjoy the
Chautauqua assembly, which opens July
Ben 0. Rhoades, the well-known auc- I
tioneer, returned yesterday from a busi- \
ness trip to the northern counties. He |
sold $75,000 worth of property there in a
lew hours.
A telegram was received from Messrs.
Shaffer and Ives, the great billiard
players, stating that they will arrive in
Los Angeles early this morning from
San Francisco.
Mrs. M. Hodsworth, Mrs. A. E. Pom
eroy, Miss Grace Stewart and Miss Sig
ler will climb the heights of Wilson's
peak today. Messrs. Charles and
Robert Dodsworth will escort the party.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hicks left yester
day for San Francisco to spend a week.
Mrs. Hager and Miss Emily Hager, of
Menlo Park, will accompany them back,
and rooms for the party have been en
gaged at Hotel Redondo for June 12th.
Miss Mayine Mauzy, of Rushville,
Ind., who lias been spending the past
few months with her uncle, Dr. H. Sin- (
•abaugh, leaves for her home to-day. I
Her very pleasant manners and excel- ;
lent music have drawn about her a large
circle of friends who will wißh her a
pleasant journey and hope that she may
soon return and make her home here.
Mr. John Cashin, of the Union Ice
Company, accompanied by his family,
arrived from San Francisco yesterday.
Mr. Cashin is one of the great believers
in Southern California, and states that
the climate is very charming as com- 1
pared to San Francisco and the counties
north thereof. He has taken up his
family residence at Pasadena during the
summer, and will visit all the agencies
of the company in the southern district.
In the United States circuit court yes
terday, a motion was made before Judgf
Ross to remand the case of A. L. Bur
bank vs. L. Yf. Dennis to the superior
court, on the ground that it had been
improperly transferred. The matter was
taken under advisement.
At 9 o'clock last night Harriet
Christian, a young woman in the em
ploy of Judge Lucien Shaw as a domestic
servant, at his residence, No. 922 Maple
avenue, was locked up in the county jail
a? insane by her father and Detective
Wallin. Her mental trouble is attribut
able to ill-health.
Tuesday, Juno 3, 1890.
Emily A Billings and H G Billings to Frank
("liinowcrth—Agreement to eonvev lot 2:!,
I.ongstreet tract: $2,000.
Mrs Laura M Nadeau to Cora E Powell—Lot 3.
Mock D. Morris Vineyard tract; $1,000.
Mary E Aglsworth ami Jasper A Haskell to
Headier S MeLellan—Lot 14. Mock 4. Brooklyn
tract; $1,000.
George M Danskin to Fietcher B Luceock—
Lot 11. block 27, California Co-operative Col
ony tract, lot 5. block 21, lot 11, block 23, all
oi block 22, Clearwater; 11,100,
James S Hick am to John 1' Early—Lot 14,
block 18, Pioneer Building Lot Association
tract. E I. A: $1,000.
Alfred Dry. Jr. to Frank O Cole—Lot 44, My
ers's trace, $1,425.
Fredrick X Fitzmier to Thomas Townsend—
Lot commencing at SW corner o£ lot 14. plan ol
F McLaughlin's subdivision, miscellaneous rec
ord; 14. page 00. $1,500.
FraUK B Sturge and Lillian M St urge to Mat -
gnret Greaves—Lets 2, 3 ami 1. Sturge's subdn
of lot 2 block 35, Terminus Homestead tract, E
L A; $1,000.
Wm Sale Hannaiord to Annie N Cotes—Lot
11 O'Hara tract mis,' rec 31, p 07 and 08, Pasa
dena, except N 25 feet; $1,212.
The Kansas street Impt Co to J W Hugus and
James Smith—Lot 42 and E 19 feet of lot 41,
Mullins tract, Pasadena; $0,750.
R H Shoemaker to Alex B Anderson—SW Uof
$^"'ooo secT 1S ' Ul2 W ' an<l Water "8 llts;
John E Packard to J A Briffill—Lot 7, Pack
ard's aildn to the J E Packard Vineyard tract;
James A Griffes to Clyde W Colby—Lot 12, W
10 feet of lot 11. E 30 feet of lot 10. and W 40
feet of lot 9, Grilles tract; SW,2<>o.
Henry Thomas to James HChalker—fl Acres,
commencing ut SW : corner of itichard Ellison's
property; $1,500.
Anthony C Junkin to H L Shivelv—Lot 3,
Legge'a BUbdn, raise rec 5, p 330, Pasadena,
Lizzie M Packer and J VV Packer to WllllaSQ II
Griffin—Lot 19,Boys's subdn part of lot 1 Lis 17,
H S; $1,200.
Number transfers $1,000 and over, 10.
Amount, $57,0H7.
Number transfers under $1,000, 29,
Amount, $3,085".
Nominal transfers. 5.
Total amount of considerations, $05,770.
Note—Transfers of which the consideration
is less than $1,000 are not published in the
above list
I A Kearny. S Bdno A T Glaus, Lathrop
|F J Lincoln, Lathrop E Goldsmith, S Fran
! F A Miner, Colton H M Nelson, Colton
i J McDavid, S Fran c J Reed & w, 3 Fran
| O Haraes, Rochester Mrs R Wolf, Temeeula
| I. Wolf, Temeeula H Deekert, S Fran
;W E Fitch, Louisville J J Arnott, Newhall
I B G Mantle, S Fran G H Mantle, 8 Fran
1 G H Seelig, N V A. C Mass, Chicago
l)r & Mrs G Fox, S F J Gillen, S Fran
! H J Shiranck.MiUv'kee C A Fisher & w, S Fran
i Miss Phelps, Buckley J A Kohen, Chicago
Undelivered Telegrams.
I The following telegrams remain un
' called for at the Western Union telegraph
; office, corner Court and Main streets,
j June 3, 1890: Mrs. Alice Grant, Jas. S.
French, Leslie F. Gay, L. D. Snedeker,
J Jas. McFadden, Mary "Redmond.
A Severe Cold Cured in Two Days' Time,
I was troubled with a severe cold and
cough and on the recommendation of
your agents, Messrs. Wegman & Wire,
druggists, of this place, I purchased a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and in two days I was completely cured.
I most sincerely recommend this valua
ble remedy to any of my friends who are
suffering with a cold. C. I. Hockktt,
assistant cashier Clinton County Na
tional Bank, Wilmington, Ohio.
For sale at 50 cents per bottle by C. F.
Heinzeman, 222 N. Main street, and
John A. Off, corner Fourth and Spring
streets and by all leading druggists.
When Baby was sick, we r'.ve tn.r Castor!*,
When she was a Child, she cried tor Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
WHY WILL YOU cougn wnen smloh's Cure
will give immediate relief. Price 10 cents, 50
cents andjl- For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 122
North Main street.
Tents and wagon umbrellas at Foy's saddlery
house. 315 N. Los Angeles street.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria;
The Warm Weather is Coming—Now is
the Time to Prepare—We are on Hand
With a Large Stock of Summer Goods
at Away Down Prices.
We want to close out our summer stock very
early this season and have placed very low
figures on them. We place on sale today:
Fine Wide-figured organdies, while pink,
cream and blue grounds, fancy small figures,
79c a suit; worth $1.50.
Fancy printed wide foulards, satine finish
(some call them sateens), in light and dark
grounds. S9e a suit: worth $1.25; displayed in
south show window.
Dark striped outing flannels, 5 shades ground
work. 12' !! c a yard; worth 20c.
Double width light grounds outing flannels,
19c a yard: regular price 25e; elegant for child
ren's blouses and sailor suits.
Half wool fine chalUes, French designs, 19c a
yard; worth 35c.
Double width beige suiting, half wool, neat
styles. $1.55 a suit; worth $2.00.
Satin border gauze veiling, all colors, 9c a
yard; worth 15c.
Gents' reinforced white unlaundered shirts,
39c each; all sizes; worth 50c.
Gents' reinforced white unlaundered shirts,
09c; worth $1; all sizes just received.
Hair-line striped satine parasols.just the thing
for the beach and mountains, 02c each; worth
Ladies' ribbed jersey vests, sleeveless, 10c
each; worth 20c.
Dr. Strong's trlcora health supporting corsets
(improvement over Dr. Warner's), 99e each;
worth $1.50.
Best quality silk velvets, all colors. 09c a yard;
elsewhere at $1.25.
B Ladies' long sleeve Egyptian coot ton tight
fitting vests. 29c each; worth 50c.
Spanish drawn work white handkerchiefs, 7
rows revere work on 1 sides, 9c each; worth
i Ladies' colored border handkerchiefs, Imita
-1 tion hemstitched, 3c each; worth 50c a dozen.
1 JLrtdies' white linen, fine embroidery on 4
corners scalloped handkerchiefs, 250 each;
; worth 50C.
j Infants' white honey tomb bibs, everlasting
trimming. 7c each; worth 13c-
White French woven corsets, scalloped and
, embroidered top, sizes 23 to 30, 50e each;
worth $1.00.
Ladies' outing flannel blouses, with Sailor
collar, double cutis, silk laced, 99c each; worth
| $1.50.
Children's jersey caps, solid colors, with
tassels, 15c each, worth 25c.
309-311 8. Spring street, near Third.
This is an acknowledged fact and it is being
demonstrated every week in the year by
M. C. P. S. 0.,
I 137 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.,
I Aerean System of practice, which consists oi
Medicated Inhalations and Compound Oxygen,
j being administered to the patient, instead of
filling the system with poisonous drugs admin
, lite red by the stomach.
This system is now attracting the attention of
the best physicians throughout every country in
the civilized world. -Narrow minded men imbued
with the principles of prejudice, and who are
unwilling or too indolent to inform themselves
upon the scientific principles of this Aerean
system of practice, may endeavor to whisper
obstacles and to superciliously condemn it and
l pronounce it useless without inquiry or an
opportunity of seeing or judging the merits of
what they advise others to reject; but the abuse
of such members of the profession can avail
but little, and only proves that such persons are
contracted in their ideas, regardless of the
prosperity of their patient, and the advance
ment of their profession.
Consumption, like all other diseases of the
respiratory organs, is conceded by all scientific
and thinking men, to originate from a living
germ or parasite. These little baccillii are
found floating in the expectorated mucus, and
after death adhering to the mucus surfaces
lining the air passages. What utter nonsense
it is to try to destroy these parasites by giving
i medicines by the stomach: and yet how easy it
1 is to introduce them into the diseased parts by
i the Aerean or Inhalation system of practice.
,Is anything more common sense? And yet
one In every seven die annually becaues of
j this mistaken idea; many of whom would be
; radically and permanently cured had they
used the Medicated Inhalations before the
I disease became too far advanced.
Over 100,000 persons have wed these mcdi
fated inhalations under'our personal direction
luring the past twenty-four years, and very
few of that number havedied with lung trouble;
md yet quite a large percentage began the treat
ment simply as a palliative remedy, not think
ing there was still a possibility oi an absolute
Persons taking this treatment can use the
remedies at home as well as at our office.
Consultation and one application at our office
free. Those who desire to consult me in regard
to their eases hail better call at the office for an
examination, but if impossible to visit the office
personally, can write for questions and circular,
both of which will be sent free of charge
137 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
Office hours—From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Sundays excepted
Residence—ll9 South Grand Avenue.
The Natiek House.
The Natick House, one of the oldest and best
known Hotels in the city, has lately changed
hands. M. S. Rowell has retired from the man
agement, and the House will hereafter be con
| ducted by Mr. H. A. Hart, a Hotel man of ex
! perience. Mr. Hart has already made a num-
I ber of changes which will prove of benefit to
his patrons, and adds very much to the con
venience and comforts of the House. The Table
I and Dining Service especially has been greatly
j improved.
i During the past few weeks the Natick has
been in the hands of the painters and decorat
ors. A commodious office is one of its good
features. Electric Bells with return calls and
| Fire Alarm have also been added, and altogether
1 the House is in better condition than ever be*
lore for doing business. maS-lm
I^Mpl* MEN'S
WE SELL l^p^Qi
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