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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles December 84. 1890: 5 07 a. m. 29.97; 50 S 07 p. m. ,30.00, 64 Ma.\. tem.. 7S; mi 30 43 N ! 7 W I 3 NEWS NOTES. Christ church will hold service today at their hall. Temperance temple, at 11 o'clock. A. broken grip cut the cable of the Temple-street road in two yesterday, de laying traffic for two hours. Repairs were made with wonderful quickness. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union office for A. P. Walker (2), James Rawson, Timothy Ronan, John Hobbs. Timothy J. Ilickey and Hrs. H.Franks. The State Loan and Trust company will cash teachers' December orders, at their face value, on presentation at the bank, on the northwest corner of Spring and Second streets. The bank is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A decision by ludge MeKinley yester day cleared the last obstacle in the way of constructing the big ditch of the East Whittier Land and Water company from El Monte to East Whittier. The com pany lias six artesian wells, and is now sinking more. At the 10-o'clock service at the cathe dral this morning some most attractive music has been provided by Prof. A. O. Uardnor, the organisi. The mass se lected is the grand composition by Gil sinn, which will be given by favorite soloists and an excellent chorus, accom panied by an orchestra. The offertory selected is Adeste Fideles. When Councilman McGarvy was spending his year of recreation in Ire land, lately, he took occasion to lay in a stuck of good old Irish whisky. He was kind enough to send a samnle of the "rale ould stuff* to tne Herald office, and the compliment is highly appre ciated. A drop of genuine poteen is a good thing to scare away the ague and megrims, and it can probably reach the right spot as quickly as any other earthly compound. Santa Clans waited on County Recorder Francis yesterday afternoon, and presented him a costly imitation of the royal Worcester vase, decorated with pink poppies by Mrs. M. Thompson, a local artist of merit. The gilt was from the employees of tbe recorder's office, who took this method of showing their regard for their out-going chief. The presentation left Captain Francis in such good spirits that he himself played the partot Santa Claus at the First Baptist church last night. 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 and found, personals, excursions, professional cards, see third page of Hkkai.d. Advertisers get quick returns. Advertisements cost only live cents a line, and are read by everybody. PERSONAL. G. N. Graves, of Ontario, is at the Nadeau. A. T. Johnson, of Washington, is at the Westminster. i. M. Davies of the Depot railway has returned from San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fry, of San Fran cisco, are at the Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Whitelaw. of St. Louis, are at the Holienbeck. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Henslcy, of Helena, Mont., are at the Westminster. ; San Franciscans at the Nadeau are: R. J. Shepherd, L. McMellory aud E. Mack. San Franciscans at the Holienbeck are J. Miller, S. Waiterhouse and Nat Jacobs. Captain A. F. Mackay, who has been ill for several weeks, was out yesterday for the first time. (reorge Amerige, of P'ullerton, was one of the delighted attendants at the opera yesterday afternoon. Walter 8. Mellick, a former real estate agent of this city and now a rancher near Lancaster, is in the city on a visit. Mrs. A. H. Fox, of San Bernardino, is spending the holidays with her daugh ter, Mrs. J. Koster, 529 West Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Browning, of Fullerton, were in the city yesterday and enjoyed The Bohemian Girl at. the theatre. Rev. T. P. Childs, I. H. Green, M. D., and wife and two children, of Troy, 0., and Miss Boyington, of Franklin, 0., arrived at Los Angeles on the 10 o'clock train last night and are at the Arcade hotel. for choice California turkeys go to R. Stew art's <t Son, S3l South Spring Street, Tele phone No. 725. HOW TO DINE. A Dinner for Christmas Day all Pre pared. Roast turkey and pig served at Bob Kern's Exchange saloon, 228 South Spring street, today from 11 to 2, with egg nog attached. Found. A large stock of strictly FIRST-CLAKB ranges, something entirely new, possessing all modern improvements, perfect in operation, economi cal in fuel. Especially adapted for this climate —at very low prices. F. K. BROWN, 136 South Main. Oet Christmas Dinner At the Corfu Dining Parlors, 19014 8. Spring St., up stairs Dinner, 12 to 8. 50c. .lonian and Valencia shelled almonds at Sey mour & Johnson Co. Try "Pride of the Family" soap. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC COMPANY 111 NORTH SPRING STREET, Have an elegant stock of the matchless DICKER And other High Oradc Pianos. Special Inducements for the Holidays. 12-7-lm THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1890. PEOPLE'S STORE. MERRYO «3CHRISTMAS[>> ALL! Our next Announce ment will be a dandy. WATCH FOR IT! PEOPLE'S STORE. juch [ Grand Opera House. Ijuch MtiLAIN ot LEHMAN", .... MAN'AGEIJS. Tonight Opening of He dp Seastm! " EMMA JUCH 11 —?i CB RA N D ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY IN A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION OF THE HUGUENOTS! Grand Opera in Four Acts by nKYEUKEEK. The Queen Caklotta Haconda Boisßosß William Stephens Valentine BMMA JUCH Relz ILINRY Voof.i. Urban Louise MmbUKOBR Mcl it : Ai.lbkimp OaNMIO St. Brll E. N. KIfIGBT Cose Geoisue Gould Severs.. Leo BTOttHOKT A Watchman losei'H Witt Raoul CHARLES HEDMONT (JOHN H. FoWLKIt Marcel Fr«nz Vetti Three Monks <OBOROB Williams Maurevert PIKR DRLABCO U'ikr Dei.asi o Tavannes. John U. BbltoH KBPERTOIUK SOPRANOS. FRIDAY NIGHT. <3BPRp& !n t IT - m Emma Juch! | J Saturday Matinee, j SATURDAY NIGHT, I ! — December 27.lWl.Mirnnd V > 1 V ! TENORS. Opera In Three Acta, by V-' V-vWMk... Charles hedmont, Richard Wagner -v '-\ ! rfWv (will m kph ens, (GEORGE GOULD, LOHENGRIN. VMM A — J_J IYI IVI l\ BARITONES. 150—PEOPLE—15(1 otto hathjens, -_- _ w >■»■ LBO STOItMONT, 20-Gpo.at_Artists-2.» T T Tf \ I T k^o_^ta>. The Juch Grand Orchestra I f |j fran;™^' The Juch Grand Chorus. XJ \— J \J Jl Jl l' ||&t§s' Sale of Seats Now in Progress. i | ** rc ' ,eMtrn a,, "' First Four Kuws \l 1 1 ii W\\ 1 11 II fl \ Balance Dress Circle I, SO lAII ft I Jl'j 111 i lIMII Li Balcony, Reserved 1.00 KJ VX JIXX XJ \J X X jLwX \J mJ\\J Qallery 1 Admission .50 Parties living in outlying cities •■an reserve Beats by m iil find telegraph. Special rates made on .Santa Xt aad Southern Pacific railroads to parties desirous of attending JUCH kkstival s~\ t-\ta 4 1 Tbe Hteinway Piano Heed by the ! a OPERA j Juch Company. " | OPERA AMUSEMENTS. NEW LOS ANGELES THEATRE. H, c. Wyatt, Manager, Four Nights, nnd New Year's Matinee, Commencing MONDAY DECEMBER 29 First appearance in this city of the dis tinguished English Society Actress, MISS ADELAIDE MOORE! i "THE ENGLISH ROSE," From the Globe Theater, London, accompanied by the eminent actor, MP.. JOSEPH WIIEELOCK! And a company of superior excellence. Monday and Tuesday I ROMEO and JULIET evenings i Wednesday and Thurs-j a FATAL MARRIAGE day evenings 1 Only matinee, New Year's Day, THE LADY OF LYONS. Box offico open on nnd after Thursday morn ing, December 25tb. 12-34 PAVILION, Fifth street, near Olive. OLYMPIAN RINK! : A first-class place ot moral and popular amuse ment, where good order and decorum are rig idly enforced. Ladies are required to obtain an approval card before skating. Ten thousand feet new maple floor; 1000 pair pin roller and ball bearing skates. Change of programme nightly. Admission free to the galleries. S-ating, 25c. Special department for new beginners Complimentary skating, forenoon and after noon, tendered to ladies a d girls, this week. Gift matinee Christmas aft moon, with march. Prize race and fancy skating, (lift sack race for gents'and boys Christmas Eve. A cran berry picking contest ta es place Christmas night, a line fat turkey to the winner. J. 1.. WALTON, Manager. OECOND TEIIM~OF k5 HENRY J. KRAMER'S SCHOOL FOR DANCING! Academy. 313 and 315},' S. Main st. Class for beginners, ladies and gentlemen, Monday and Thursday evenings, from 8 to 10 p. in., commencing Monday, Dei. 29, 1890. Class for advanced pupils, Tuesday evenings ! only, from S to 10 p. m., commencing Tuesday evening, Dec 30, 1890. Class I'orladi's, misses and maste's, Saturday afternoons only, from 3.30 to 5:30 p. m. Juvenile class. 1:30 to 3:30 p. m. Terms—One quarter. 20 lessons, $10; one-half quarter, 10 lessons, Jii. All the latest fashionable round and square dances will be taught in the above classes. Satisfactory referents requir il from all ap plicants. Send for circular. Office ho'irs, 3 to sp. in, Hall to rent. 12-7-lm HENRY J. KRAMER, Instructor. /California dime museum Kj and theater, North Main street, near First. Doyi.b A Kniffkn Managers "A place of amusement for families." Weok commencing Saturday, December 20. Grand Gala Holiday Hill I First production of Marettis' celebrated Christmas Pantomime "CONFUSION!" Awittyclown! Clever company!! And correct accessories!!! Also the following roster of rarities: Lew Adams, champion trick and fancy skater; Dessie West, talented juvenil • singing sou brette; Robert E. Price, great dia'ect comedia : I Ruby Roy, mo'to and descriptive vocalist; Bentty, in an entirely new musical act; Thumii, Parisian enigma; Prof. Alberti. magician and ventriloouist; the phantom world; European Electropnonicon, etc, etc. Doors open from 1 to 10. Performances hourly. Admission—loc Reserved seats 10c extra. I) ALACK RESTAURANT AND SALOON, Corner First and Spring Streets. The Most Magnificent and Popular Resort iv the City. FREE CONCERTSI BY THE CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOLOISTS Every Night from 8 to 12. JOSEPH SCHURTZ. PROPRIETOR. \ ie3-tf QHRIBTMAB DAY RACES. GREAT THIRTY-MILE RACE, Christmas Day, for -a purse of $500, between Henry Peppers, of Los Angeles, and Miguel Pryor,ofSan Juan. Raceß commence at 2:30 p.m. MEDICAL. CATARRH, Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption Successfully treated by iM. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D. M. C P. S. 0., 137 8. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., IBy his Aerean system of practice, which eon ; sists of proper Medicated Inhalations and COM ! POUND OXYGEN TREATMENT. | Probably no system of practice ever employed i has been so universally successful as the j Aerean sys'eni of practice'as introduced by Dr. Williams for the cure of Catarrh, Throat Dis- I eases. Asthma and Consumption. CATARRH. I Catarrh is often regarded by the patient as a cold in the head, and he often expresses his 1 astonishment at his remnrkable tendency to ! contract fresh cold. Indeed he declares that ho is scarcely free from one cold before he I 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 aud he iearn6 to his horror, that instead of recovery from the disease, it is somewhat changed in its character and has extended to the throat, t A sense of weariness is sometimes felt in ! reading, speaking or singing; hoarseness at j times occurs, a sensation of dryness is felt in I the throat, or it appears that some foreign i substance, as, for instance, a hair, obstructed : the throat; there becomes a sense of languor j and fatigue; the breath lessens on a little i exertion, a short, hacking cough, a peculiar i 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 I to this time the sprogress of the disease may I 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 lias not seemed to become much worse, and trusts that he will "by aud by" recover. But this delusion is the grand error which has peopled our cemeteries with con sumptive forms, as all forms of catarrh end j dually in consumption. Consultation and one application at the office FREE. Those who desire to consult me in regard to their cases had latter call at the office for an examination, but if impossible to visit the office personally, can w-ite for list of questions aud circular, both of which will be sent free of charge. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M D., 137 8. Broadway,. Los Angeles, Oal. Office iiours—From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Residence—ll9 South Plana avenue. Holiday Photos. Christmas Presents. Only $3.50 $3.50 Everybody desiring Photographs for Holiday Presents should remember that Dewey is mak ing his elegant and 11 nest llnished $7.oo*Cabinets for $3 50 per dozen. "Nothing liner in the State." Large photos for framing nt very low prices. Family groups, babies and children's photos a specialty. Developing, printing and finishing f«r amateurs. Old pictures copied and enlarged. Come early and avoid the rush DEWEY'S ART PARLORS, 11- 27-3 m 117 s. Main street. FOR SALE, ....A FINE. .. COTTAGE OF 7 ROOMS AND BATH, ON ELEVENTH STREET. Price, only $2000; $200 cash and $25 per month. to exchange:, 20-Room House and Lot, Close In, to trade for good vacant lot or alfalfa land. I. 8. SHERMAN, 12- 10-lm 215 West First street. AMUSEMENTS. NEW LOB ANGELES THEATER. H. C. Wvatt, Manager. Last Day of the Opera! MATINEE TODAY, AT 2 P. M. FAREWELL PERFORMANCE TONIGHT. Emma Abbott will sing; BOTH MATINEE AND NIGHT. PRICES—BI.SO, 81.00, 50c and 33c. New Artists! I Most Beautiful New Operas! Grand New Company! English New Costumes! Opera The Abbott Toilets! | In Existence. Appearance of the Famous EMMA t 0 BO*! 8 *! 31 llaaaga^appMMßWWi** —mbm %mmtr* GRAND ENGLISH OPERA CO. Largest, Strongest and only Successful English Opera Company in America. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS MATINEE TODAY lialfe's Sparkling Opera, ROSE OF CASTILE ! EMMA ABBOTT a d Entire Company. Most richly dressed Opera on any stage. TONIGHT, s p. m. — Verdi's Grand Tragic Opera, IL 'I'HOVATOKE ! EMMA ABBOTT nnd Entire Company: COHGEOL'S COSTUMES! ENCHANTING MUSIC: BRILLIANT MIBE KN SCENE! £M*~ Seats for all Operas can be secured at Box Otlice every day. ILLINOIS HALL, Broadway andSixtu St. ENTEItTA I N M E N T ....BY THE ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION. Tuesday Evening, December 30th. An evening of Comic Opera, by the Sparkling Tyroliens, in "LOVE AND LEATHER!" " B R E A X IN G TII E SPEL L !" Admission, 10CJ reserved seats, 15c extra. RUNNING Pj&fez RUNNING RAC E S ! CORONADO DRIVING PARK, CORONADO BEACH, Dec. 95th, 30th, 37th. .lan. I st, 2d, 3rd. 140 ENTRIES. a AND 4 RACES EACH DAY. See dailies December 2:trd for full entry list. $5.00 round trip, Santa Fe route, beginning December 83rd, continuing on sale to January 3rd, and good to return up to Jan uary sth inclusive, IS9I. Special rates at Coronado Hotel. 12-23-llt J-JIRECT FROM NEW YORK CITY, For the Holidays, complete stock o£ the celebrated STEIN WAY PIANOS! UPRIGHTS AND GRANDS. GABLER AND PEASE PIANOS ....AT G. 8. MARYGOI.D'B Broadway Mcjuc Stork 221 South Broadway. Potomac Block. 12-11 lm DR. THE CELEBRATED CHINESE PHYSICIAN, A Regular Practitioner ot Chine* buttring. Having practised medicine in China ten years and in the United States fourteen years. His testimonials of positive cures are on ex hibition, and speak for themselves. He knows diseases from the heart pulses, ami can cure and diagnose the same without questioning hia patients. A trial will convince the most sceptical Consultation is free. All who are sick, and those who think they cannot be healed, call upon the doctor, and they will be grateful beyond anything before tried. If friends are slek. 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, and no medicine will be used but PURE HERBS and their best extracts. Dr Woh is the oldest and best known Chinese doctor in Southern California, and his cures have been remarkable, especially female troubles, tumors, etc. Call upou Dr. Woh and lot him examine you. OFFICE, 233 W. FIRST ST., fNext door below the Times Building), 12181 m LO.H ANGELES, CAL. SPECIAL. NOTICE. I make a specialty of Pure California Wines, put i p in cases of one dozoo each, consisting of the following varieties: Port, Angelica, Sherry, Muscatel, Zinfandei, and Riesling, and DE LIVER two cases (24 bottles) of the above wines to any part of the United States on receipt of 19.00. Telephone 44. IV4 & 126 N. Spring st. Branch, 453 B. Spring. Respectfully, U-12-lra H. J. WOOLLACOTT.