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(Jaltea State* M|hkl Service,
■■ion ol obserrationi taken at Loa An
mmm. Cal.. January 14, 1888, by War De
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M 40 8E 4 C ear.
' TM. 130.20! 44 I 35 1 N I 6 Iciear.
Max. temp.. 53: mm. temp, 39. Rainfall
past twenty-four hours, .01.
The Unity Choral Society will give
a concert to-night at the Opera House.
A very good programme has been ar
There is a large mud hole on Sonora
street, near Beaudry's building, of
which the residents in that vicinity
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $217,342, and were 107
in number. Of these 21 were for a
Ten members of the City Council
met yesterday to decide upon the next
Chief of Police. No definite agree
ment was reached, but it is expected
an election will take place at to-mor
row's meeting of the Council.
The Beta Theta Pi Association of
Southern California will hold its an
nual reunion at the Nadeau, Saturday,
January 21st, at 8 o'clock in the even
ing. A banquet will bo given by the
resident members of Los Angeles.
All betas are invited to attend.
In connection with Main and Spring
streets, Street Superintendent Kurtz
has cleaned First. Second and Fourth
streets, and will complete Los An
geles street as soon as the city
arranges funds for the payment for the
E. T. Dcoley, Superintendent of the
Boys' and Girls' Aid Society, of San
Francisco, will deliver an address In
the interest of such societies at the
Sixth Street Baptist Church to-night,
services to begin at 7:30 p. m. AH are
cordially invited to attend.
The following persons were yester
day licensed to wed: James M.
Wadsworth to Elizabeth McGregor,
John H. Fitzgerald to Jennie P. Tar
box, Francisco Lugo to Lorenca I'irez,
Joseph J. Northmore to Helena M.
Smoot, Dan Granger to A. Fountain.
The Porphyry Paving Company
filed articles of incorporation yester
day with the following Directors: H.
H. Markham, John D. Wheeler, Wil
liam Pridham, Alexander Cu.skey and
James McFadden. The capital stock
The East Los Angeles Hose Com
pany has disbanded, and among its
effects to be disposed o are some
horns, which wili be given to the en
gine company which is proven the
most popular." This is to be decided
by votes to bo cast on February 22d,
each Vftte to cost a certain amount.
The chances to vote are how being
Elder J. B. Jones will speak at the
Christian Chunh. 53 Temple street,
this morning aud evening, for the first
time here. He has just arrived in
this city from Columbia, Mo., where
he has t*kon a prominent part in
Christian and educational work for
several years past. The church mem
bers here consider themselves most
fortunate in securing Mr. Jones to
labor with ihem.
P. R. Jamef, of Pomona, was in
C. H. Shattuck "f San Francisco,
left for his home v.- tcrday.
E. C. Wilson, of Alhambra, was in
in the city yesterday.
W. Johnson, of England, has be
come a visitor to this city.
Mrs. W. G. Miller left last evening
for the noathern part of the state.
C' A. Edgar aud wife went to San
Diego yesterday on the Santa Rosa.
A. J. Smith and E. M. Smith who
have been visiting in the East have
returned to this city.
Mrs. W. G. Curtiss, wife of the
Southern Pacific track Superintendent
went North yesterday.
T. A. Templeton, formeily of this
city, but now of Oakland, returned
home yesterday evening.
Mrs. Tyler Wilcox, M. I)., of St.
Lonis is "at the United States Hotel,
and has decided to establish herself
here permanently. She comes with
a number of excellent testimonials.
Dr. Edgar M. Griffith, at one time
Surgeon U. S. A. and for the past
three years in charge of St. Pauls
Hospital at Shanghai, China, has de
cided to remain in this city, and his
secured offices in the Thorn Block
which is nearing completion.
W. K. Hitchcock was yesterday re
leased from the County Jail, his sen
tence having expired.
The trial of John Doe for battery
was set for Thursday, January 17th,
at 3 p. if., with bail fixed at the sum
The examination of Jas. McLaugh
lin for assault with a deadly weapon
was set for Monday, January 16th, at
2 A. M,
S. A. Lowd was arrested last night
on Spring street by Officer Donahue,
and charged with a conspiracy to de
fraud. Lowd is said to have promoted
a bogus foot-race at the race-track yes
terday, and to have made a man who
hails from Ohio drunk and then cheat
ed him out of $410.
Otto Casdul was yesterday brought
from San Gabriel where he was con
victed for an assault and sentenced to
two months imprisonment in the Los
Angeles county jail. Also four vagrants
were brought from San Gabriel to the
county jail for 30 days each. Their
names are Jas. Cuslin, Geo. Edward,
James Ward and John Smith.
A man who gave his name as An
drew Gallagher reported at the police
station yesterday that he came to this
city in company with a party who reg
istered at the Arlington House as Jas.
Williams. The two men»took a room
together, and on awaking in the morn
ing Gallagher found his watch and
$30 in money missing from his vest
pockets, which he had placed under
his head on retiring.
Geo. L. Pritter.falias G. W. Tracy,
■collector for a firm in St. Louis, Mo.,
absconded several weeks ago with a
quantity of money belonging to the
tirm. Officer Van Luven has been
working on the case for the past few
days and has at last succeeded in
arresting him. Van Luven located
him yesterday and at once got out a
warrant for his arrest and arrested
him yesterday morning on Main street.
• Four days ago a boy found a mas
sive gold brooch on one of the cars on
the Main street line. He took it to a
jewelers near the Opera House to ask
if it was gold. The je.weler retained
tine brooch and told the boy lie would
keep it till the owner called for it.
Last night as a reporter was passing,
on the alert for news, he overheard
the boys talking about the find and
where it was. An officer was informed
of the fact and the brooch was taken
to the police station, where it awaits
■Detecti »c Auble last night arrested
Frank Martin who was one of the
gang who stole several boxes ot cigars
from Bayer's saloon a few nights ago.
Martin escaped at the time, but Auble
has been looking out for him for the
past few days and caught him on
Main street last night.
last night about 11:30 p. m. a man
named Tom O'Brien was caught in
the act of picking Geo. T. Cram's
pocket on Alameda street. Cram was
too drunk to know how much money
he had in his pocket, but $3.20 was
found on O'Brien. Officers Lynch
and Donahue took the pair to the
Ah Gee, a Chinaman, was arrested
yesterday by Detective Lynch for
stealing a box of cigars from Ihe cigar
store of E. Lowenthal & Co. on Los
ADgeles street. He was examined
belore Judge Austin on a charge of
petit larceny. Ho said he did not
steal any cigars and never had any,
although Mr. J. Falser, who was pass
ing the store at the time, testified to
seeing him take the cigars and put
them under his coat. His Honor
found him guilty as charged and will
sentence him on Monday morning at
C. O. Pearson and John O'Brien
were arrested yesterday morning on
Main street by officers Gates and
Davis on a charge of burglarizing
King's Saloon on Aliso street. They
were examined before Judge Austin
during the afternoon and stated that
they found the doors open and went
in to have a glass of beer. King
stated that his drawer was minus a
dollar when he examined it, but when
the men were searched at the police
station 10 cents was tho total of their
exchecquer. His Honor held them
to answer and fixed the bail at $1500
Lorence Flores and Redman were
examined before Justice Austin yes
terday on a charge of burglary. Ou
Thursday night they were noticed by
Officer Lynch, Auble, McKenzie and
Donahue on Los Angeles street carry
ing a bundle, and Redinan was seen
to go into Mrs. Nelson's second-hand
store, where he attempted to sell the
bundle which contained clothes and
was arrested on suspicion, and as
Flores was in his company, he too
was arrested. Mr. G. P.* Knight
identified the clothing as some be
longing to him which had been stolen
from his room, No. 133 E. First street,
last Tuesday* night. The trunk had
been found by an officer
and returned to him. His Honor,
after hearing the evidence, dis
charged Flores and held Redman to
answer the charge of burglary and
committed him in default of $1000
Long Beach Development Com
pany's oflice removed to Koorn 9, No.
11 Temple street.
iiim 1.3 i. i m:ois.
The largest, the latest, the
best selected, and the only
complete stock of Ladies',
Misses' and Children's
Cloaks, Suits and Jersey
Waists offered in this city.
PARIS TEA GOWNS,
And everything new and
novel pertaining to our line
An immense variety in exclusive
styles. We desire to call special at
tention to our' stock of Misses' and
Children's Cloaks, and Ladies' Suits,
it is the most complete ever exhibited
in this city, and is larger than all
other stores combined, while
OCR PRICES are the VERY LOWEST
Fine Dress Making a Specially.
The leading Cloak and Suit House,
21 S. SPRING STREET, adjoining
Nadeau Hotel. d3»2m
THE OMLi KELIABLK
64 North Main Street.
If you have defective eyes snd value them,
go to the Optical Institute for your Specta
cles and Kyo Glasses. It Is the oaly estab
lishment on the southern part of this ooast
where they are measured on thorough scien
tific principles. Lenses ground to order if
necesau-y io correct each particular case
No visual defect, where glasses are re
quired, too complicated for us. We guar
antee onr fitting to be absolutely perfect,
fuoe Anffoles Optical Institute.
04 N. Main Street.
STRASSiJUHGER & MARSCHUTZ.
A fall assortment of artificial eyes always
kept on hand. I*B 6m
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1888.
S ANT AT ANA I
The Beautiful! The Loveliest of Ail Places!
Grand CREDIT AUCTION SALE
552— -Acres of Improved and Unimproved Land— -^2
AND HOUSES, BARNS, OUTBUILDINGS AND 100 HEAD OF CATTLE ON
TiieecLay, January IT, 1888.
KKO ACRES OF THE GOODWIN RANCH HAS BEEN SUBDIVIDED INTO 5, 10, 20 AND 60 ACRE TRACTS.
O\JA This exceptionally choice piece of land is situated five miles west of Santa Aua in one of the most beauti
ful and productive valleys in the State. Santa Ana valley is 20 by 30 miles in are*, and contains 300.00J acres of
fertile and wonderfully productive land; all the products of temperate and semi-tropical regions are here success
fully cultivated. This particuUr piece of land offers extraordinary inducements to home and land seeker', as well
as speculators, and is especially adapted for raising corn, grain, potatoes, apples, alfalfa, stock raising; also many
choice gardening lands. This soil will produce 100 bushels of corn per acre without irrigation, 700 sacks onions
per acre and over 200 sacks of potatoes. Better known as the famous peat land of the Rancho Los Balsas. Abun
dance of artesian water can be had at a depth of 125 feet. Four large artesian flowing wells on the laud. This
tract lays in cloFe proximity to Santa Ana, and as every one knows that Santa Ana is no outside town, but is a
growing, thriving, substantial city of 5000 inhabitants, with ever}- indication of reaching 10 000 in three years. Its
present growth isexciiing the wonder and admiration of all Southern California, being located on the S. P. R. R.
and junction of the A., T. & S. F. Co.'s lines, as well as two steam motor street railroads under construction.
Train Leaves: Los Angeles at San Fernando and Commercial-Street S. P. R. R. Compa
ny's Depots at 9a. m. Leaves Santa Ana Returning at 4:30 p. m.
A BAND of MUSIC ACCOMPANIES THE EXCURSION. FREE LUNCH.
Free Carriages to All Excursionists. FARE, Round Trip, $1.00.
TERMS OF SALE—One-fourth cash, balance in 1,2, 3 and 4 yea's, with 10 per cent, interest on de'erred payments.
FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION APPLY AT
DE WITT, MANSUR & COS
OFFICE, 29 West Second Street.
J. M. DE WITT, Manager.
EL 11. NEWTON. Auctioneer.
SI.OO ROUND TRIP SI.OO
GREAT AUCTION SALE
The Commercial Center of the Richest and Heartiest Valley in the World, on
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18th.
Make no mistake, the GREA.T SALE is on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
18th., on Arrival in Santa Ana of a Large Eastern Excursion
to attend the sale of
390 ACRES =:= 390 ACRES
Choice Agricultural, Fruit aud Residence Property!
Will be sold in Lots and Blocks to suit purchasers.
Also Six Elegant New Houses will be Sold.
ARTESIAN WATER IN ABUNDANCE.
BAND of MUSIC and FREE LUNCH will be SERVED on the GROUNDS.
Train Leaves Southern Pacific Depot at 8:30 A. M., and Commercial-Street Depot
8:33 A. M. Tickets for sale at both depots; also can be procured at Souther n Pacific
Company's Office, 202 North Main Street.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL ON OR ADDRESS,
M. WELSH, Jr., Agent, 212 North Main Street.
H. H. MATLOCK & SONS, Auctioneers, 111 West First St.. jaul44t
IN THIS CITY
On a Street Car Line for
$100 and Up.
WORTH $300 TO $-100.
FOR MAIS. CAR TICKETS, ETC.,
ROBINSON & COPELA.ND,
23 West Second St. d 24 lm
WILSHIRE SAFE AND SCALE CO.,
CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF
Sales, Scales, Store Trucks
And money Tills.
Safes sold on monthly installments. Old
Bales taken in exchange. Write lor prices.
WILSHIRE SAFE AND SCALE CO.,
293 North Main St.
Geo. A, Johnston, Manager.
We find that our New York Buyer has sent
ub too many goods.
WE ARE CROWDED
in each and every department.
Before Stock. Taking,
FEBRUARY 1, 1888,
We are determined to reduce
This Elegant and Carefully
IF LOW PRICES WILL DO IT,
Come and see if we don't mean what
No Trash, But First-Class
It will remunerate yoi i to visit tho elegant
B. F. COULTER,
SPRING ST., Cor. SECOND.
T. WIESEN DANGER,
25 WEST FIRST ST.
PARK GROVE TRACT,
On Washington street, near Figueroa;
only nine lots for sale. Also a
magnificent double corner lot, 131 feet front
on Washington street, 220 feet deep, suita
ble for a wealthy man's elegant home. For
sale by T. Wiesendanger, 25 West First St.
MAPLE STREET 3
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10 11 121 13 14 I
50 50 |501 50 50 170 * |
PARK GROVE AVENUE. §
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50 50 50 50 50 ■ (►
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s—2!—2—B _| feet
$300—$100 cash—Lots 50x150,near Adams
$3000 cash—One-flfth interest in 50 acreß
at $1000, for subdivision oa Adams street
$2000 cash—One eighth interest in 05 acres
on Pico street at $700 per acre.
$1000 cash—One tenth interest in 157 acres
on Vermont avenue, on street cars and
Railroad Depot grounds.
A chance to make $15,000 profit in a year.
The most desirable residence corner in Los
Angeles, 131x220 feet, on Washington, near
Figueroa. Handsome improvements,
Free Ride from 85 W. First It.
VIGOR OF LIFE!
TIHI6 GRFAT BTBJfNOrHKNINd RKMEDY AND NKRVK TONIC POSITIVK r V fftTßltH
Nervous and »lysieal Debility, Exhausted Vitality, Involuntary V\oak'nine Drains
upon the: System, no matter in what manner they may occur; Weakness t\?i„
hood in allitseomplicatiousjl'rostotarrhu'a, and all the evil effects of youthful follic.
and excesses. 1
A PERMANENT CUKE GUARANTEED!
PRICE—S2.BO per- Bottle,in Liquid or Pills,or 5 for $10.
100 N. W. COR. OF FIRST and SPRING STS., ROOM 13.
OFFICE IIOUEB-0 a. ,m. to 3r. U.\ t! to7::i0 p. M. Sunday-10 to 1 o'clock.
lar-N. B -For the convenience of patients, and in order to insure perfect secre
cy, I have adopted a private address, under which all packages are forwarded.
GREAT VEGETAF3LE KIDNEY AND LIVER REMEDY
Cures all disease* of kidneys, Hsddet urinnry organs, dropsy, gravel, diabetes mid incon
tiuencc, retention of urine, pain iv the back, etc.
FOR, THE LIVER.
It cures biliousness, headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, eostiveness, pile- etc
Sold at oflice, No 100, room l:i, corner First and Spring streets, «..» receipt of'*l 50
per bottle, sent all over the United States,
P \ B — SJdney aud Liver Remedy. Samples of said medicine will be sold for 00
days only nt '25 cents per bottle, to show merit* ot said medioiae. &20it
Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma, Consumption,
Together with Diseases of the Eye, Ear and Heart
Successfully Treated by
M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D. M. C. P. S. 0.
278 N. MAIN STREET,
A few doors sooth of the New Post Office, Los Ange'es, Cal.
All diseases of the respiratory organs treated by the most improved medicated In
halations, combined with proper constitutional remedies for the liver, stomach, blood, etc.
The term Catarrh is applied to a peculiar disorder of the nostrils and adjacent parts
which prevails to an alarming extent, and is productive of very serious consequences.
I he most prominent and characteristic feature is a morbid discharge from the head,
varying in its nature at dull-rent times.
in some there is an almost constant flow of clear, acrid fluid, but oftener an offen
sive, purulent or muco-puinlcnt, greenish jellow mutter is secreted, which accumulates
iv the nostrils or drops into the throat, necessitating its frequent removal by blowing
the nose or expect ration, and often by botn processes. Sometimes patients feel as
though their whole head was in a state of rottenness, so great is the amount of matter
discharged and so fn tid is its odor The patunt is greatly a.moved by the constant drop
ping taito the throat of the morbid matter from the bead, and as a recumbent position
naturally favors the (low downward, his rest is frequently disturbed from this cause.
Many suflerors arc obliged to lie with the head very much elevated iv order to sleep with
tome degree of comfort.
In others, h tough, viscid and offensive phlegm collects behind and above the soft
palate, in the passage between the throat and head, adhcriug to iho parts with gluish
tenacity. Its lodgment embarrasses respiration and creates a sensation of irritation and
uneasiness 111 the allccted locality, which gives rise to a constant and almost inesist ible
desire to relieve the discomfort by drawing the mm us into the throat so as to reject it by
the mouth. This practice, popu.arly known as "hawking," is characteristic of Catarrh,
nud proves as embarrassing t i the one affected, as it is disagreeable to those around him.
Again, the oilonsive matter hardens and deposits itself ou the membrane in the
shape of dry, bard concretions, which are disciplined by the way of the nostrils or throat
in lumps or fragments of a deep green tint, lv some cases thisc incrustations accumu
late to such an extent as to lorm v regular plug in the nose, which obstructs breathing
and produces serious discomfort. So firmly do these incrustations adhere to the point
of attachment that their removal usually requires the most violent effort! and not un
frequently they have to he torn from tbe membrane. Occasionally a solid east of nota
ble size is expelled ou which there are generally traces Of blood, but iv some cases the
cast presents a tubular appearance, being of exact shape of the nu-iil cuvitv. Thsis con
dition is indicative of ulceration, which, in time, may destroy the bony str'uetur tf the
nose and produce a subsequent flattening of that organ.
Coses are occasionally met with lv which a thick, viscid, slimy secretion coats tho
membrame of the nasal cavities and then putrefic's, giving rise to a stench which is
really overpowering, and sufficiently fetid to poison the atmosphere of a whole room,
and there are others m which all secretions of the membrane are suspended, causing an
unpleasant feeling of dryness, heat, and fevcrishncss iv tlie head and nose—a condition
popularly know n as "Dry Catarrh."
The disease speedily extends to the air cavities of the bones of the forehead and
face, giving rise to a distressing sensation of heavyweight or compression over the
forehead, especially in the region above and between the eves, and to a feeling of full
ness, heat, irritation, soiencss or pain in the nostrils near the root of the nose, as well as
in the upper part of the throat, above, and behind the soft palate. Sometimes there ia
pain obstinately lixed in sonic particular part, as in the temn.es, on the top of the head,
at the back of the neck, or behind the orbits, and, occasionally, naiu manifests itself in
the face of so severe a charueterthat it is fn quently mistaken for neuralgia.
The breath is always tainted aud at times assumes an excecdiiiglv fetid and sicken
ing odor. In some cases it becomes so revoltiugly oilonsive as to render tlie sufferer an
object of disgust to himself ss well as to others.
The nasal membrane is thickened nnd congested, causing the nose to be stopped up,
sometimes on one side, sometimes on the other, and often ou both, giving rise to a disa
greeable stufly s« nsatiou iv the head, und occasionally to violent and prolonged par
oxysms of sneezing.
The voice is weak, iudistlnct and husky, or of a nasal diameter, displaying a sort of
sniffling quality, Oftentimes there is a continuous hoarsehess nud discordance. There
is also a sense of irritation in the throat, and frequent attempts to clear the parts of
phlegm, producing the sound "hem" more or less forcibly, in some cases patients com
plain of an Uncomfortable feeling of fullness, or a choky sensation in the throat, and in
others of a distressing and almost constant dryness, for the temporary relief of which
they have to swallow frequently, Others again speak of a constant bail or nauseous taste
in the mouth and throat.
The stomach generally suffers more or less and becomes wenk and Irritable; the appe
tite is capricious and nearly alw ays bad In the morning. The patient is languid, unable
to perform meutal or physical labor with the usual facility, is nervous, depressed iv
spirits, at times, fearful, timid, agitated, and inclined to drowsiness and sleep; the mem
ory weakened, and permanent impairment seriously threatened.
The mucous membrane soon becomes morbidly sensitive to unfavorable influences,
and, In spite- of the utmost cure, becomes affected from the slightest causes, so that at last
a breath of wind upon the lining of the nose or throat becomes product.ye of a ( old, and
gives rise to serious disturbances of the respiratory organs. Thus the patient is subject
to frequent a d repeated colds, each attack aggravating the disease by giving it a new
impulse, and involving a larger extent of surface than its predecessor, in this manner
the difficulty spreads from organ to organ, invading the throat larynx, trachea and
bronchial tut.es, until, encroaching further snd luither, it reaches the'finer ramifications
of the bronchi, when Hut a slight impulse is required lo send it to the lungs. Catarrh
may, and often docs, affect other organs in the body, especially those containing a mu
cous membrane, such as tbe Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys, &C.
Thus catanh becomes the starting point of consumption development, the disease
being eventually transmitted to the lungs, both by nervous connection and continuity of
So frequently has this fatal course been noticed that all those who are thoroughly
conversant with tlie subject, now look upon catarrh as a premonltio v and one of the very
earliest manifestations of consumption,
Inhalations are applicaole in all diseases of the respiratory organs, but must be pre
pared for each mdi ddual case as they severally require.
Persons desiring treatment by this system of practice can use the remedy at home as
well as at our office, and which will cause no inconvenience or hindrance to businesi
I have seen so many of these cases cured that I do not consider any case hopeless un
less both lungs are seriously involved, Even then the inhalations aid us in dissolv
ing the mucus and iv contracting and healing the cavities, which nothing else can do
with the same success. The very besi references from those nlreadv cured.
CONSULTATION FR.KK,—Those who desire to consult with me m regard fto their
cases had better call at the oflice for consultation and examination, but, if imposs
ible to do so, can write for a copy of my Medical Treatise, containing a list of questions
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M, D.
No. 875 IV. Slain St., l.os Angeles, Cal. OUee hours from 9:30 a. m. to 4r. M
18,000,000 Acres Lower California Lands!
ISTERNATIOIVAf. COMPAIMtf Of MEXICO.
Beautiful Tracts, suitable for Ranches or
Farms, from $5 per Acre Upwards.
Feitiie Lands! Plenty of Water! Perfect Title!
Lots In the Rapidly throwing Towns of
ENSEILSrAJDA and SAN QUINTIN.
Apply to branch office of lIAMIMIV A UARVGY, Land Agents,
7 South Main Street, - - Los Angeles, Cala.
$25 CASH, BALANCE $5 PER MONTH, WITHOUT INTEREST.
IN TOWN OF ANAHEIM
350 Rods from Both Southern Pacific and Santa Fe Railroad
Depots. Lots 150x150 Feet.
Apply to F. U. SCHAUMBURGER, Anaheim, Cal.
HUGH MAULDIN. EMILE QUARRE
Quarre & Mauldin,
211 South Spring St.,
' (Callaghan Block.)