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United States Signal Service.
Keoort of observations taken at Los Angeles
December 37, 1890:
5:07 a. m.80 06; 63 2:t N I 8 [Pt'lyCl
5 07 p. m.i30.0a| 07 I 37 |8W| 1 ICloud;
Max. torn., 75: mlu. tern., £>7
fins Fbancisco, Dec. 27 — Forecast until 8 p.
in., Sunday. For Southern California—
fair weather, except linht rain at Los An
geles* aud Yuma; cooler at Los Angeles.
The finance committee of the city
council held a meeting yesterday,but be
yond the approval of a few demands, did
Rev. J. H. Phillips will preach his
farewell sermon in the East Los Angeles
Congregational church this morning at
Frank Graves was yesterday sentenced
to twenty days, by Justice Savage, for
exhibiting a deadly weapon in a threat
George L. Morris, a native of Cali
fornia, aged 28, yesterday took out a
license to marry Ray Abrams, aged 27,
and a native of California.
Attention is directed to the advertise
ment of W. P. Mcintosh elsewhere in
the Hkbald. Mr. Mcintosh is handling
some choice orange producing lands.
The music at the cathedral this morn
ing at 10 o'clock will consist of the mass
composed by SrlaizO, and for the offer
tory, Adeste Fideles. A. G. Gardner is
Henceforth the Illinois association, in
stead of confining its weekly entertain
ments to concert programmes, will otTer
a series of operettas, comediettas and
other special attractions, mostly by
The box office at the opera house will
be open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. for the
sale of seats for the performances of the
J uch Opera company on tomorrow even
ing, Tuesday evening and Wednesday
afternoon and evening.
Home time ago W. B. Barber promised
a gold watch and chain to the boy or
girl who brought in the largest number
of Sunday-school scholars to St. Vin
cent's Sunday school, on Twenty-eighth
street. The prize has been awarded to
Miss Carrie Stanton, daughter of Judge
The Voting Men's Christian associa
tion have planned for a full programme
for New Yeats day. In the afternoon
from 2 till 6 o'clock, the Ladies' auxil
iary' will entertain the young men of Los
Angeles at a New Years reception. In
' the evening a cone trt will lie given in
•the association hall.
The Hi bald was tendered a most en
'ibyatole serenade by the Seventh Regi
ment band, yesterday afternoon. The
band's parade was a testimonial of
appreciation of the promotion of Colonel
C. C. Allen to be adjutant-general of
the State. The band was under the
leadership of Baud Master I). W. Doug
las-, and A. E. Peck, drum major.
Last Friday Mr. 3. Forthman received
the news of the death oi his mother,
which occurred recently in Germany.
Mrs. Forthman had lived to an old age.
hsiVinir been born in 1807. Mr. Forthman
intended paying a visit to his mother,
whom he had not seen for over thirty
years, when the very sad news reached
him of her decease. His many friends
sympathize with him in his great be
A handsomely bound volume of the
reports of the municipal government of
San Francisco was received yesterday
morning by City Clerk Teed, bearing
compliments of John A. Russell, clerk
of the board of supervisors. The hook
is bound in morocco, and in the cover
arc printed in gilt letters the words.
"From the City of San Francisco to the
City of Los Angeles." The frontispiece
is composed ol the photographs of all the
several supervisors and Mayor E. 15.
At the meeting held on Friday even
ing, the following companions were
elected officers for ensuing year of the
Safety Council 004, American Legion of
Honor: Commander (re-elected), A. H.
Miller; vice-commander, J.J. Th. Jo
ban seen ; past commander, J. F. Fos
mir; orator, F. Adam; treasurer (re
elected), T. E. Stanton: secretary and
collector ' re-elected. 1 , John Spiers;
chaplain (re-elected), A. Schulte; guide.
L. F. Halkins; warden, August Both,
sentry, A. Sarnow.
Mr. Charles E. Donahue, the well
known grocer, was united in marriage
on Christmas day to Miss Jen
nie McCarthy, one of our public
school teachers. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Father McDon
ald, at the Cathedral. Alter the cere
mony a family reunion was held till 5 p.
m. at the bride's parents' residence, 127
West Fourth street, hi the evening the
party repaired to Mr. Donahue's resi
dence, at 415 West Twenty-second
street, where a general housewanning
was held anil toasts proposed to the
•happiness of Mr. and Mrs. Donahue.
'The many friends of the contracting
parties showed their appreciation by
pending a number of beautiful and
For advertisements, help wanted,
wanted situations., and wants of all de
scriptions ; houses, rooms and stores to
let, business chances, money to loan,
city and country property, for sale,
lost ami found, personals, excursions,
professional cards, see third page of
HmtAi.n. Advertisers get quick returns.
Advertisements cost only five cents a
line, and are read by everybody.
Kor choice California turkeys go to R. Stew
art's <fc Son, liSl South spring street. Tele
phone No. 725
Prank X. Engler.
iano regulator ami tuner, 119 S. Olive St.
Try "Pride of the Family" soar..
111 NORTH SPRING STREET,
Have an elegant stock of the matchless
And other High tirade Pianos.
hnccii'J Inducements for the Holidays. ■
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1890.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
We Are Determined to Close Out Our
Books Getting Down to a Minimum—A Slaughter in Our
Clothiug Department—Some Special Induce
ments for Monday.
People's Stork, Sunday. December 28, 1800.
Our deteimination to close out all Holiday Goods is meeting with even
greater success than we anticipated. Books are getting down to a minimum;
plush goods are almost completely gone. Albums and prayer books still show up
fairly well, as we had enormous quantities of them. Fancy silk handkerchiefs
were greatly in demand, still a nice vaiiety, though of small quantities, remain
on hand. Toys have heed thinned out pretty well, yet a representation of most
everything can yet be found. We call your attention to the above few lines, as
they are not "all the year round" departments with us, and we mean to gain the
room they occupy if price will move them. Rest assured we have used the prun
ing knife in every direction, and submit the following lists in detail without much
comment, as a guide to the greatest values among them. If you want anything
for New Year Gifts take advantage of this opportunity.
In our clothing department we have commenced a slaughter of the "inno
cents." Suits that were honest value at prices marked have fallen under the
knife. Our New York man has arrived, and pronounces our stock of clothing too
large. The result is
CUT" ! CUT ! CUT !
Away they go. The stock must he rei
We aid not expect to do this until ties
away. It's your advantage, and gives you
fine new rig at far below the price of '90.
dow: look at them. Hoys' suits, overcoat
We offer today, on special sale, one of
the finest lines of men's clothing at the
lowest prices that have ever been offered
on the Pacific coast. It will be impos
sible to describe them all, but we can
only mention a few of them.
All-wool Scotch check suits $8.23
Cut in the latest style sack,
and worth $14.
All-wool dark cheviot suits 10.25
In the over popular frock style,
and worth $18.
Clay worsted Prince Alberts 21.50 ,
No more stylish or dressy suit
made, and worth $30.
Dark grey eassimero overcoats 4.05 j
Dark grey worsted overcoats 5.49 j
Light mixed cassimere overcoats. 6.95
Handsome English melton over
English meltons, extra quality and
Boys' Knee l'ants Soil Department.
$1.25 Roys'grev school 75c
2.05 Dark cassimere ~.. $1 75
3.25 Fancy Scotch plaid 2.00
4no All wool fancy 2.98
5.00 All wool fancy stripe 3 45
Youthi' Long l'ant* Suit Department.
$5.00 Good and serviceable for
everyday wear $3.75
5.25 Dressy and very durable .. 3.05
0.00 Handsome grey, very stout 4.25
9.00 All wool, for best 0.95
furnishing Goods Department.
25c Nickle plated cuff holders 10c
35c Men's fancy suspenders ... 15c
10c Heavy unbleached socks 5c
45c Boys'checked cheviot jump
50c Men's grey merino under
36c Boys'silk knotted Windsors 10c
76e Men's all silk scarfs 35c
$2.00 Alloufpadded seal poems at 05c
1.00 All our half Russia poems at 49c
76c All our Arlington cloth
bound books at 22c
4 00 All our royal octavo poems
at. ..." *I.9'>
| All our bibles and prayer books
. . j at 25 per cent off.
Double / AH our art ftnd gift books at 25
D Y at ! per cent off.
1 rices j AU our pjmjj, t , oodg ~t 50 ))er
[ cent oil".
$2.00 All our Will Carleton's poems
1.50 All our Southworth's works
1.50 Ail our Rainotia at 82c
Warner's Safe Cure 09c.
Sozodont **4 C
Ayers Hair Vigor 49c
Outicura Resolvent 74c
Pozzoni's Face Powder 24c
Saunders' Face Powder 19c
La Blache Face Powder 21c
Swan Down Face Powder 7c
Powdered Sulphur, per pound. 2'.jc
Cream Tartar, per pound 18c
Copi eras, 0 pounds for 25c
Hand Brushes sc'
Moth Camphor, in balls, per box. . 4c
Lundborg's Bulk extracts,all odors,
per ounce 21c
Everything in the way of family med
icines, "toilet articles and sundries, at
equally low prices.
Black dress satin. 35c a yard ; a superb
quality and woith 75c a yard.
Plaid silks, 36ft a yaid ; being 12inches
wide, in exquisite plaid designs and
worth $1.00 a yard.
Colored silk plushes, 50c a yard; in
every shade and the same quality that
others sell at, $1.00.
Brocaded silk velvets, 75c a yard,
worth $1.75. We desire to close this
line, and offer our $1.50 to $2.00 silk bio
cades, for Monday, at 75c a yard.
Black Goods Department.
Black cashmeres, 25c a yard,worth 40c.
Black wool tiieots. 30c a yard, worth
Evening Shades. *!oc a Yard.
All the pretty evening shades of cash
meres at 26c a yard. We w ill show the
handsomest line in this city.
Grand sale of Dress Pattern*,
Cashmere dress patterns, $1.40. A
full suit of 10 yards, double fold cash
•here, with handsome side border in
every shade, at $1.40, worth $2.75.
Ladies' cloth dress patterns, $1.48.
Another exuuisite suit of 10 yards of
striped ladies' cloth; you will find this
as handsome as any $5.00 suit in the
Wool tricot dress patterns, $1.05. A
rich material and for wear has no equal;
a full suit of 8 yards, in any shade, at
Plain ladies' cloth dress pattern, $1.05.
You will see us cutting right and left in
this department, ottering 30-inch ladies'
cloths." in 8 yard patterns, for $1.05,
worth $3.20. and every shade perfect.
Special bargains for Monday only.
50c Boys'jockey caps 25c
75c Boys'tine Hteamer caps . . 35c
90c Mens' light-weight tourists. 49c
$1.50 Extra quality business hats 90c
2 50 Extra quality dress hats.. .$1.49
lueed, and price? were cut.
;t month, but Jie ordered it done right
ian excellent chance to start '91 in a
We've got a few on display in the win
s and pants go too. All fall together.
Special Inducements for Monday. I
worth. rates: j
25c Toy tea sets, large size 10c ;
10c Humming tops 6c i
20c Fancy soaps 10e
35e Shaving mugs 15c
30c Mikado plates 15c
50c Chatelain bags 25c
50c Paint box anil drawing slate 25c
50c China cups and saucers.... 25c
50c Shoulder shawls 25c
650 Ladies'line handkerchiefs 25c
75c Gem pianos. 35c
98a Fine plush photograph al
85c Bisque head kid body dolls. 40c
$3 00 (ients" fancy slippers. . .$1.50
5 00 Handsome silverine toilel
6 00 Angora wool shawls 2.95
75c Infants'fancy colored shoes 35c
$1 25 Children's dongolakid shoes 86c
2.00 Misses' kid shoes $1.25
2 75 Men's fancy embroidered
2.00 Ladies' kid shoes 1.53
2 25 Men's calf shoes 1.00
3.00 Ladies' bronze beaded ox
fords 1.97 j
4.00 Men's kangaroo shoes 2.47 .
3.50 Ladies' Paris kid dress shoes 2.25 1
Our values in this department will i
speak for themselves.
Honey comb towels, 0' 4 e; worth 15c. !
Turkish face cloths, 2 1 ., c; worth
5-8 linen damask napkins, 69c per doz;
Unbleached muslin. 5c a yard; worth
B l jC.
Linen damasked table cloths, 50c;
Scotch cheviot shirtings, 10c; worth
Sateen finished prints, 5c a yard;
worth up to 10c.
Fancy flannettes, worth 15c.
Cream shaker flannel, 15c; worth 25c
Pink twilled flannel, 15c; worth 25c.
French flannels, 25c a yd; worth 50c.
Grey twilled flannel, 25c ; worth 46c.
The pride of our establishment, and
offers the best values in the house, which
is saving considerable.
Ladies' merino vests, 2->c each. In
this line we are offering 05c quality,
■ilk-bound and stitched; this bargain
deserves your attention. Be sure and
see it above all others.
Children's grey merino shirts, 25e
each. This is a soft wool finish with
pearl buttons, and commands 50c all
over this city.
Small children's red wool drawers, 25c
each ; warrant all wool, and worth 05c
Ladies'all-wool ribbed vests, 49c each.
These are $1 quality, in all colors, and
its equal cannot be bought any where
under that; for Monday only.
Children's silk mixed hoods, 75c; a
genuine $1.50 article trimmed with
swan's down. It is the handsomest
hood made, and for Monday at half
l ac c and Trimming Department.
Linen laces, 10c a yard; worth 25c. j
Two and a half inches wide, in shell nat
Swiss edging, 2c a yard ; a beautiful
trimming, will wash, and worth 5c a
Beaded ornaments, 15c each. We have
reduced all our 45 and 50c ornaments,
being 7 inches long. For Monday for
Mull chair scarfs, 25c each. You will
be astonished at this bargain ; one and
a half yards l<»ng, finished with a knot
ted fringe, and sold all over at 75c each, i
Silk drops, 10c a dozen; a variety of
patterns, and sold elsewhere at 25c a
Grey astracan trimming. :Jsc a yard ;
the latest trimming, and sold all over at
75c a yard.
Ladies' balgriggan hose, 5c a pair;
Ladies' black hose, 10c; worth 15c;
double thread and extra long hose.
Ladies' grey seamless hose, 10c: worth
Ladies' Hemsdorf black hose, 25c;
Uidies' silk clocked balbniggan hose,
25c; worth 40c.
Children's black ribbed hose, sc;
worth 12 l .jC
Grey mixed hoje, worth 15c.
Misses' black seamless ribbed hose,
10c; worth 20c.
Boys'bicycle hose, 25c ; worth 50c a
Men's bicycle hose, 30c; worth 75c a
A special feature for tomorrow is a
double-faced satin ribbon, in some of the
leading shades ; don't miss this oppor
No. 9 double-faced satin ribbons, 5c a
yard. This is the greatest bargain we
have ever offered.
Dr. B. S. corset, 59c. This celebrated,
corset has alwayß been sold at $1.25
each; it is the most health-preserving
corset known to the trade, with spiral
springs, and will give the best of satis
Dr. Schelling's Misses corset, 49c.
When once you try these you will never
allow your daughter to wear any other;
it makes them stand perfectly straight
and at the same time is a perfect tilting.
Usually sold at 90c.
Children's bordered handkerchiefs, lc
each ; worth sc.
j Ladies' fancy handkerchiefs, 2%c
each ; worth sc.
Ladies' hemstitched handkerchiefs,
I ;>' ~(' each ; worth 10c.
Ladies' drawn border handkerchiefs,
I sc; worth 10c.
I Ladies' embroidered handkerchiefs.
t;',,c; worth 12 I .,'c
i Gent's linen finished handkerchiefs,
sc: worth 10c.
Gent's colored bordered handker
chiefs, sc; worth 10c.
Silk Handkerchief Booth.
Ladies' brocadod silk handkerchiefs,
15c; worth 35c.
i Ladies'plain silk handkerchiefs, loo; j
i worth 35c.
j Men's plaid silk handkerchiefs, 25c; |
, worth 75c.
Ladies' embroidered scolloped, 25c;
i worth 50c.
Plaid hemstitched fancy bordered,39c;
Brocaded silk neck handkerchiefs,
' 40c; worth $1.00.
Kid Glove Department.
Black kid gloves, 4-button, 49c; worth
Ladies'4-button tan kid gloves, 75c ;
| worth $1.25.
Ladies' Paris kitl gloves, Oof; worth
Genuine line real kill, owe; worth
Silk garter web, 10c a yard ; worth 25c.
Spoon-shaped corset steel, 9c; worth
Oil silk dress shields, 10c: worth 25c.
Ladies' side elastics, with belt, 25c:
! worth 45c.
Stocking darners, 10c; worth 25c.
Pinking irons, 10c; worth 25c.
Cloth-covered dress steels, 9c a dozen j
Machine needles, 2 for sc, for any kind
Lead pencils, per dozen, 6c; worth IBc.
! Boys' bone handle, sc; worth 15c.
Receipt books, sc; worth 15c.
Playing cards, sc; worth 10c.
Gum mncilage, 5c bottle; worth 10c.
Brittle ink, penholder and pen, sc;
Silvered butter knives, 10c ; worth 25c.
i Button-hole scissors. 25c; worth 45c.
Nickel nut-crackers. 25c; Worth 50c.
Pour-blade, pearl handle knives, 25c;
Shawl and .Jersey Department.
Grand sale of rubber goods.
Children's rubber gossamers, 89c;
i worth $1.60.
Ladies' rubber gossamers, 95cj worth
Ladies' silver grey circular, $1.24;
Ladies' serge rain umbrellas, 75c;
I worth $1.60.
1 Ladies' silk serge rain umbrellas, $1.05 ;
| worth $3.60.
i WORTH. PBica.
20c Lace curtain net, per vanl 9c
25c Immitation ligttrcd China
; silk 10c
65c Cotton plush table covers. . 25c
75c 6-foot cornice poles 35c
| $1.00 Cocoa door mats 05c
1.60 Colored bedspreads 75c
Double bed size in choice designs.
1.50 White 10-4 blankets each.. . 75c
; Ladies' felt hats. 25c each. We are
offering for Monday our entire stock of
ladies' felt hats, sold at 76c, for 25c. All
the latest shapes, in every shade.
Nellie Bly caps, 25c each. Over 100
dozen sold in the last two days, and
only a few left, and today will probably
see the last of them. Those desiring a
good and serviceable cap for 25t; we ad
i vise an early call.
Fancy wings, 5c each; worth up to
i Fancy birds, 25c each. This line com
i prises all of 0ur50c,65c and many of our
1 75c birds, for tomorrow at. 2oc.
I Humming birds, 10c each ; sold for
merly at 35c.
! A. HAMBURGER & SONS.
I Ostrich Feathers Dyed
A brilliant black on short notb o at the Sur
, prise Millinery store, 242 South Spring St. Sat
' isfactiou guaranteed.
A. J. RtETHMCLI.EIt.
IIOX OFFICE OPEN TODAY f\ — J At\U|lQ UaHOA UOX OFFICE °I >kn TODAY
FUOM 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. Ul tlllu l/[)ul d ilUutJUi FROM 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
I —* CT t— rv I /•"*"'» A fTi CT" CT" IVI T" Owing to the overwhelming sueceu of the JUCH ohkka SEASON, Managers
I \ L__ l__ I>l V_3 f—\ V_Z* L_ IVI C_ i>J I MoLain & Lehman announce four performances by this magnificent oompany
iTCOMMENCING MONDAY, DECEMBER 29TH.
TIT Ci T T 181 JANCBCHOWBK.Y,
I 11 fi jBjBMHBS MARIE FREBERT,
O vJ \J I I y H ' LOTTA MACONDA.
ffPMMiffliaW*^^!^' iTi f " ."" .iT fif OTTO KATDJENS,
HrV. II?•- s*." . ■ [ -co stormont,
„ " ' Ai.i-EKi.su ca.nnio.
I iII BASSES.
I IV I LaWBaMB FRANZ VETA,
S-/ \J I | E. X. KXIOHT,
19 PIEK BEI.ASIO,
EMMA JUCH REPERTOIRE:
Monday, DECEMBER 29th,
THE FLYING DUTCHMAN.
First time in Los Angeles.
A romantic opera in three acts by Richard Wag
ner. Miss Juch's first appearance as Scuta
in Los Angeles.
The Dutchman Otto Rathjens
Senta KMMA .lIIOH
Daland, her lither, Captain oi a Nor
wegiau ship Franz Ye ta
Erik, a Huntsman Payne Clarke
Mary, Senta's former nur'e . Louise Melsllnger
The steersman ol Daland's vessel.. Wm. Stephens
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th,
First time in Los An?eles. Grand Opera In four
acts by G R. Rossini.
William Tell 1 » f Otto Rathjens
Walther Furst I Jo I Franz Vetta
Meichthal f'i E 1 . Pier Delates
Ar, s'dn . M .?! UUU ! aI .' B J !O £ [cba-lcs Iledmoudt
~lli.ro is a chance for millionaires to double
their millions, for business men end nianulac
turers to secure good locations, and for poor
men to get their own homes,
j I oiler (or sale a magnificent block of land.
IW's feel front, on west side New High street,
i just north of Temple street; splendid site for
office building, close to new court house.
' Also, 5111 business and residence lots in the
I most el gib'c paits of the city, as follows.
! 01 hots in the PARK TRACT, 5 to 7 minutes
: from center of city.
! (J9 tnts in BEAUDRT WATER WORKS
I TRACT. nearS. i". de ot.
UIB Lots In the KURHTS BRIDGE TRACT,
onthe east side of the river. Here are excellent
j manufacturing sites, well served with railroad
and switch facilities
13 Lots in the FLORIDA TR\OT. just sub
divided, between Eighth and Ninth streets aud
I west Of Pearl street, in the heart of Ow beauti
ful southwest part of the city.
I l'Jli Lots in the HELI.EVUE AYE. TRACT.
These are finely situated on the hills overlook
ing the western part of the city.
IS l ots in the BEAI'DRY TRACT NO. S,
I all well located and close in.
I 25 Lots in the WEST DEPOT ADDITION
1 TRACT, finely situated, overlooking the north
ern part of the city.
I Lots just ,outh of SEVENTH-BT. PARK,
to ACRES in the < olima Park Tract, near
Ellis College and Seventh-St Park.
4-story House, Nos 3112 and 3(14 Iluena Vi-ta
street, containing 27 rooms, on lot tiO feet front
by 108 feel oeep.
'4-story House, No 356 Bnena Vista street,
adjoining Mr. A. Glsmsell'a residence, contain
; lug 21 rooms.
' 3-story ll'use, No. 310 Iluena Vista street,
containing 26 nuim.
' Also 2 fine 4-room cottages in NEW DEPOT
i STREET, and one on MoNTRKAI. STREET, all
' hard finished, with all m dern conveniences.
TO Acres on east side Los Angeles river, west
of Mission Road. S. P. K. It and Terminal
I railway passes through this tract
ihkms —One-fourth cash, balance in install
ments as follows:
; l ots less thai $100 In price. $15 per month.
; Lots $4'>i> to 1500 in puce, $JO Pr month.
I Lot! |500 to $1000 in price. ?:tO per month.
| Lots over $ • 000 in price (50 per month
Interest at 7 p. r cent per annum
12 3 'P.. BKACURY. 12-* Temple St.
LADIES SHOULD USE
For all Irregularities
" G BEOL E"
For sale at all Drug Stores.
At wholesale by F. W. BRACK & CO.
TURKEYS! TURKEYS! OYSTERS! OYSTLIIS!
" :; GA M 1 A M !
LOS ANGBLBS FISHING COMPANY,
M(ITT MARKET. 11 21-Q'm
I 1 N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
of California, county of Los Angeles—ss.
! In the matter of the estate of Rachel C.
Notice lor publication ot time for proving
I will, etc.
Notice is hereby given that Wednesday, the
7th day of January, 1881, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
said day, at the court room of this court, I>e
partment Two thereof, in the Abstract and
Title Insurance Company's building, corner of
Franklin and New High streets in the city ot
Los Angelas, county ot Los Angeles, and State of
California, has been apu inted as the time and
place for hearing the application of seymour
Elam Lea ke, praying that a document now on
die in this court, purporting to be the last will
and testament of the said deceased, he admitted
to probate, and that letters testamentary be
, issue, l thereon to him, at which time and place
all persons interested therein may appear anil
contest the same
Dated December 26, 1890
f" Seal of 1 i. If. MEREDITH.
[.Superior Court.J County clerk
By It. .1. Ashmohk Deputy.
W. P. Gardiner, attorney for petitioner.
12-47"- • «t
dossier, Austrian governor of the Cantons
Swiss and Url E N. Knight
Rudolph, captain of (iressler's bodyguard,
Rnodi, a fisherman George Gould
Lentbold, a shepherd EN Knight
Matilda, an Austrian princess, niece of
Gassist Ueorgnnevcn Januaobowity
Hedwiga, Tell's wife Louise Melsllnger
Jemmy, Toll's son t'arlotta Macouda
WEDNESDAY MATINEE, December 31st,
Grand opera, in four acts, by Guiseppe Verdi,
Count ill Luna Loo Stormont
Ptitaado E. N. Knight
' Kui/ William Stephens
Manrico Payne Clarke
Leonora Gcorginc yon Janusohowsky
Ar.ueena Louise Melsllnger
lues.... Marie Ereebert
Wednesday MaHnee Popular Prices
91.00, 75c, 000. 30c.
Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis
Successfully treuted by
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D.
M. U.. P. S. 0.,
1.17 S. It roadway, I.oh Ansrl«, Cal.,
By hit A cretinsystem of practice, which con
sists of proper M (Heated inhalations and COM
POUND OXYGEN TREATMENT.
Probably no system of practice ever employed
has been so universally successful as the
Aerean sys'em of practice as introduced by Dr.
Williams for the cure of Catarrh, Throat Dis
eases, Asthma and Consumption.
Catarrh is often regarded by the patient an
a cold in the head, and he often expresses his
astonishment at his remarkable tendency to
contract fresh cold. Indeed he declares that
he is scarcely free from one cold before he
takes another, aud 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 appearand he
learns to his horror, that instead of recovery
from theilisease, it is somewhat changed in its
character and lias extended to the throat.
A sense of weariness is sometimes felt in
reading, speaking or singing; hoarseness at
tinus 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 disease has made considerable
progress. Then it is a time when consumption
is about to begin its dreadful work. Up
to this time the ~progress of the disease may
have l" en slow and the patient may, in
expressing his confident hope that it will
"wear off, 1 declare that he has had the catarrh
i tor years and has no: seemed to become much
worse, and trusts that he will "by and by"
recover. Hut this delusion is the grand error
1 which has peopled our cemeteries with con
sumptive forms, as all forms of catarrn end
finally in consumption.
Consultation and one application at the
Those who desire to consult mo in regard
| to their cases had better call at the office for an
examination, but if Impossible to visit the Offlos
personally, can w-lte for list of questions and
circular, 'both of which will be sent free of
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M D.,
I 137 S. Broadway, Lot, Angeles, Cal.
Office hours—From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Residence—-119 South Grand avenue.
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A .Regular Hsnetitioner of Chinese
Having piactised medicine in china ten years
and in the United States fourteen years.
Hla testimonials of positive cures sic on ex
hibition, and speak for themselves. He knows
diseases from the heart ptibes, and can cure
and diagnose the same without questioning his
A trial will convince the most sceptical.
Consultation is free.
Alt who are siCv, and those who think they
cannot be healed, call upon the doctor, aud
they will be grateful be\ ond anything before
tried. If friends are sick, no matter what the
disease may be. send them to the doctor, and
he will surely heal them.
Dr. Woh asks nothing and claims nothing
but a fair trial, and if given that he knows he
can overcome sickness and disease of both
men and women.
No person will be treated by Dr Woh who
will not abstain from alcoholic liquors or
opiates during his charge, und no medicine will
be used but PURE HERBS and
' their best extracts.
! Dr Woh is tire oldest and best known
j Chinese doctor in Southern California, and his
j cures have been remarkable, especially female
: troubles, tumors, etc.
i Call upon Dr Woh and let him examine you.
'OFFICE, 238 W. FIHST ST.,
'Next door below the Times Building),
i 18-IS-lm LOS ANGELES. CAL.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT, December 31st,
Grand opera, in four acts, by Meyerbeer.
Miss Jueb'a first appearance as seiita.
Kelika, a slave EMMA .11VH
Inez, daughter of Don Dieg« Carlotta Maconda
Anna, lier attei daut Marie Freebert
Neluska, a slave Otto Rathjens
Don PieOro, president of the royal council
Grand inquisitor PierDilaseo
Don Diego, member of the council. .Joseph Witt
High Priest of Hrahma • E. N. Knight
Don Alvar, member oi the council
Vasco Di Sanaa, an officer in the Portu
guese navy Charles HcdinonSjV
SCALE OF PRICES.
Orchestra and First Four Bowa
Dress Circle »a.OO
Ilalanco Dress Circle I.SO
Balcony, Reserved 1.00
Gallery, Admission .60
Steinway Pianos used by the Juch Company.