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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
Rpuort of observations taken al Los Angeles
December 20. 18SO:
Time. | Bar. | Ther. It ll'mi
5:07 a. B.S006 56 30
5 07 p. m.;30.(K) ; 69 30
VV.ij Vul
|Hw| S
Max. tern., B'2: .mtn. tern.. 55
NEWS NOTES.
No business of importance was truns
acted by the board of supervisors yes
terday.
The plant of the defunct Tribune will
be sold by the sheriff at 10 o'clock this
morning.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union office for F. Ferris
and Mrs. Liehman.
Uke Los Angeles Athletic club will
make a cross-country run on January
♦th. The usual good time w ill be had.
The branch office of tbe Western
Union telegraph company, in Westmin
ster hotel, is open for business from 7 a.
in. to 10 p. ru.
Department Commander Buckles, ac
companied by Past Commander Gard
and others from this city, will be ten
dered a reception this evening at San
Bernardino by Corninan Post, G.A.R.
Miss Ella C. Rodgers will lecture at
the Trinity M. E. church, south, on
Sunday afternoon at S o'clock on Tem
perance. Miss Rodgers is the supreme
lecturer of the Royal Templars of Tem
perance.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Newsboys' Home society will be held at
the home, today, at 2 p.m. A full at
tendance is desired. Reports of the
work accomplished during the past year
will be given.
H. Q. Marshutz, the optician, has on
exhibition, in front of his establishment,
114 South Spring street, the LARGEST
tiikrmometek ever seen in this city. It
measures full five feet, aud is a most ac
curate register of our glorious climate.
It's worth while looking at it.
J. O. Maclean, of the Pacific Con
densed Milk company, located at Buena
Park, returned from San Francisco yes
terday. He brought back with him two
medals, being the highest award for con
densed milk and coffee given by the
Mechanics' Institute fair, and one medal
from the State fair at Sacramento for the
best coffee.
. In connection with the third trial of
i file Clayton White case, it may interest
■ the public to know that no fewer than
• TOO citizens were summoned at various
times to act as jurors to try the case,
thirty-three subpoenas were issued
for the witnesses, in addition to a num
ber of other legal papers.
The .following officers have been
elected for the ensuing year by General
:John C. Fremont Camp No. 14, S. of V.:
■Captain, George H. Pettis; first lieu
tenant, E. B. Melchor; second lieuten
'aiit, Oscar Guenther; camp council, L.
.0. Rogers, V. A. Stanton and F. A. Alex
ander; delegate, L. E. Stanton; alter
nate, W. H. Hagan.
Deputy Sheriffs Frown and Wulfsohn
of San Bernardino parsed through this
city yesterday with two unfortunates
who were en route for the north. The
names of the charges were W. Wood
Staid, a colon d convict, who had beer
sentenced to a term of imprisonment ii
Wan Quentin, and Spear L. Williams, a
dangerous lunatic who will be confine!
in an asylum.
The Herald office yesterday receiver:
a Rail from Rev. P. Veidaguer, who if
paying Ixis Angeles a visit. This popu
lar and deserving gentleman, so long th*
laborious and self-sacrificing parisf
priest of Los Angeles, returned from hit
travels abroad bishop of Anion am.
vicar apostolic of Brownsville, Tex. Th(
pope could not have bestowed his honon
on a worthier man. His numerous
friends here will greet him with en
thusiasm.
' On account of the holidays the Ladies
Benevolent society has been unable tc
have all their accounts straightened
bnt feel sure of netting over $300, foi
which they feel very thankful, consider
ing the timet;, and the rainy night ol
the performance. They wish to express
their heartfelt thanks to tbe Owl club
for their excellent performance, to Mrs.
0. W. Childs for the use of the opera
bouse, to Mr. Cline of the ga6 company
to Mr. W. S. Allen for the loan of furni
ture, to the Kan Koo, and to Messrs.
Meyberg and Kugeman for favors re
ceived, to the press and to all who sc
kindly assisted in making their benefit
a success.
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
Hekald. Advertisers get quick returns.
Advertisements cost only five cents a
line, and are read by everybody.
For choice California turkeys go to R. Stew
art's & Son, 531 South Spring street. Tele
phone No 725.
Found.
A large stock of STRICTLY FittsT-r i.aks ranges,
something entirely new, possessing ull modern
improvements, perfect in operation, economi
cal in fuel. Especially adapted for this climate
—at very low prices. F. B. BROWN, 136 South
Main.
INI rich Feathers Dyed
A brilliant black on short noti- c at the Sur
prise Millinery store, 212 South Spring St. Sat
isfaction guaranteed
A. J. Riethmitllkk.
Frank X. Kngler.
i i.mo regulator and tuner. 119 S. Olive St.
Try "Pride of the Family" snap.
£>UU 1 ME.KJN
CALIFORNIA .
MUSIC COMPANY
111 NORTH SPRING BTRKKT,
Have an elegant stock of the matchless
DICKER
brothers'*' a
And other High Grade Pianos.
Hpecial Inducements for the Holidays.
12-7-liu
SPECIAL. NOTICE.
I make a specialty of i J ure California Wines,
put * p in cases of one dozen each, cousisling of
•lie following varicti. s: Port. Angelica, sherry,
Muscatel, Ziufandel, and Riesling, and DK
MVER two cos s (24 bottles) of tho above
wines to any uart of the United States on receipt
of 19.00. Telephone 44. l v.4& 12(1 N. Spring St.
Branch,4s3 .-.Spring. Respectfully,
11-12-lm H. J. WUOLLACOTT. \
TIIE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, /890.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Prices Which You Cannot Resist in Our
Holiday Goods.
Prices Cut Down Regardless of Cost to Raise Our Decem
ber Sales One More Noteh —Low Prices Which
Will Make Our Holiday Goods Go.
People's Store, Satuiday, December 27, 1.890.
Tbe few days intervening between Christmas and New Year's Day are natur"
ally quiet. We recognize that fact as well as anybody else, but the rate at which
we have been roiling up the sales will give us, if continued at a fair ratio, the
largest December sales since we have been in business. We recognize this fact as
well as the other. We put them together, and have determined to name prices
which will beai out our intentions to raise our sales just one more notch, for you
can't resist the offers if they are at all in your way of wants. The most of the
things we want to sell are, of course, Holiday things, and if our prices won't make
them go—nothing will, for even cost has not been considered with us in our great
reductions.
Book Department.
Look M the prices today! r
We have one ea< h of the following sets still
on hand. Bee the price that will take them.
Carlyle'l complete works, 11 vols $'i.t)s j
Ingraham'a works, 3 vols 3 "Jo
Curlvle's essays, 4 vols 2.95
Oliver Optic's blue and prey scries, 3 vols. 3.25 ]
Hawthorne's "Our OW Home,'' bound in
lull taw .-ilk, wilt top, and illustrated
with Aye photogravures, 2 vols 2.95 i
We've tot only one sot each oi the above. The
early bird catches it.
Ailiiißton cloth bound books Still selling at 22c
■ 4 Russia poets—al. authors, stiil selling at 49c
Padded seal poets, all authors, still .selling i
at 03c '
Bible pictures, still selling at 95e
Uoyal octavo poets, embossed, still selling
at H.«J '
Mrs. Bouthworth'l works, still selling at HOC
All our art books, gift books. Bibles, prayer
books, otc. still going at 25 per cent, off our
already low prices.
Meu's Clothing Department.
We offer today, on special sale, one of the
finest lines of men's clothing at the lowest
prices tbat have ever been offered on the Pacific
coast. It will be impossible to describe them
a 1, but we can only mention a few of them.
All wool Scotch check suits 18.23
j Cut in the latest style s:<ok, and north
ill.
All-wool dark cheviot suits 10.25
In the ever popular frock style, and
worth $18.
■ day worsted Prince Alberts 21.50
No more stylish or dressy suit made,
and worth $M.
Dark gray oassimere overcoats 4.95
Worth 17.50.
Dark gray worsted overcoats 5.49
Worth $!>.
Light mixed easslmere overcoats. . 5.05
Worth 58.50.
Handsome English melton overcoats.. '.'.50
Worth 115.
English meltons, extra quality and finish 12.50
Worth $20.
Boys' Knee l'auts Suit Department.
j WORTH. TRUE.
$1.25 Boys'gray school 75c
2.05 Dark cassimere $1.75
3.25 Fancy Scotch plaid 2.00
! 4.00 All wool fancy 2.95
j 5.00 All wool fancy stripe 3.45
Youths' Long I'nnts Suit Department.
; WORTH. I'Rlc E.
$5.00 Hood and serviceable ior everyday
wear $3.75
I 525 Dressy and very durable 3.95
0.00 . Handsome gray, very stout 4.25
: 11.00 All WOOI, for best ti.95
Domestic Department.
' worth. raica.
! 10c Linen check towels, each 5c
BV£c Cotton kitchen crash, per yard— 4c
Valencia suitings, per yard 5c
' ioo .Cheviot shirting, per yard 6St£c
10c . Piaid dre.-s ginghams, per yard « %0
' 15c. Fhintiellets, newdesig s, per yard lie
15c. .English reppst per yard TV
i 18c Bed nuinel, all wool, per yard — luc
I 20c.. White shaker flannel, pea yard ..12K.0
40c Crca " table damask, per yard 25c
25c Linen buck towels, each 12>,£c
30c Checked linen doylies loc
Handkerchief Department.
worth. rates.
! 10c l adies fine white drawn work. ... 5c
i 15c.Oents'colored bordered 7'jc
15c. Ladies' colored hemstitch BJ- 3 c
2Ac. Ladies' colored embroidered 12'.,e
; 35c tlents'colored hemstitch 17SC
soc Children's colored border, per doi 25c
Corset Department,
i We offer In this department the greatest value
. on earth. No such bargain has ever beeu offered
I by any bouse.
Ladies' full bone corset 25c
: Ladles' full bone corset !Jsc
; Ladies' full bone corset 25c
We cannot praise this corset enough to do
lit justice. It's a full bone corset, mad.* of the
j best English grey corset jean; warrant a per
i feet fit and will compare favorably with any
I sold at 75 cents.
Ribbon Department.
i Itaby ribbons 10c a piece
Baby ribbons lOc a piece
1 Baby ribbons 10c a piece
j This department will not be out done by any,
' and offers 10-yard pieces baby ribbons at 10
j cents a piece Others will sell the same at 25
' cents a piece.
Millinery Department.
j We offer on special sale the popular
Nellie Bly caps 25c
I Nellie Bly caps 25c
j Nellie Bly caps 25c
1 Just think of it, the most serviceable list ii»
i the market today; always looks dressy and be
! coming. We will snow over 100 different pat
terns today at 25 cents each; always sold at ,5
cents each.
Shoe Department.
We present for your inspection the finest line
of shoes ever shown in this city, and at prices
Which will make our competitors wonder how
it can he done.
Infants'low shoes 25c
We warrant every pair to give as good satis
faction as any sold at 75 cents a pair; in either
button, lace or tie.
Ladies' kid slippers 45c a pair
Only to see tnis bar-gain is to convince you
of its'great value, and eonsiderecr cheap else
where at SI a pair.
Child:en's spring heel shoes 56c a pair
This is one of our best wearing shoes, and no
shoe in this city under SI its equal.
Ladies' calf shoes , $1.49 a pair
This value Is without doubt a world beater.
These shoes are made at P. Cox's factory, Ro
chester. We've never sold them under $2.75 a
pair: or price today Si.4!t a pair.
Misses' pebble goat shoes. $1.25 a pair
Every pair warrant), d to give perfect satis
faction, and to fit like a glove. Our regular
price $2.25.
Boys' calf shoes 51.25 a pair
Boys'calf shoes $1.25 a pair
Buy them today, theyare way under the price.
You are just saving $1 a pair. For today only.
Men's working shoes —75c a pair
Just think of it, a well made shoe, heavy
s les, at 75 cents a pair. No one sells them un
der $1.50 a pair.
llat Department.
We lead 'em all We are offering some stun
ning bargains for today.
Boys'felt hats 15c each
Who wouldn't have a new hat, only 15 cents,
when others ask 40 cen's for the same I .' Re
member this is for today only.
Men's silk office caps 25c each; worth 50c
Boys' fine cloth hats 25c.each
Why, this is the same hat others S»llat 75
cents tosl. Its a handsome stitched brim hat,
and as nobby as any one would wish lo wear.
Men's felt hats 25c each
We'll astonish jou with this bargain morn
than you expect: a genuine 75-cent hat for 25
cents'today.
Men's black derby hats 05c
The latest and correct shape; $1.95 is the reg
ular price.
Silk Department.
urah silks 25c a yard
No need for us to comment on this value, for
M p. ice will convince yon that a bargain like
lis is not of en found. We have them ill all
HadeS ami cheap at 50 cents.
lack silk faced velvet 30c a yard
Our quantity Is limited, and advise an early
all. Regular price, 75 cents.
Druirs at Proper Prices.
tegular price. Our price.
50c Pond's Extract 29c
125 Warner's Safe Cure 75c
75c. .Sozodont 49c
75c Ayer's Hair Vigor 49e
1.00 Cutiours Resolvent 74c
1.00 Pierces Favorite Prescription . 020
1.00 S. S. S.. small 50c
50c Syrup of Figs 32c
50c CameUine, liquid or powder 2fic
50c . Pozzonni's Powder 2S)e
50c. La Blache Powder 20c
50c Saunders'Powder 240
25c Swans Down Powder 9c
All of the leading Pills that are usually sold
t 25c. sold by us at 2 for 25c.
Fruit soaps, nicely packed in wicker baskets,
We have these beautiful little imitations of
ruits, vegetables, etc., in boxes of half dozen,
t 50c, specially packed for Christmas trees.
They're, real novelties.
An elegant line of English and French hair,
lothes, tooth and bath brushes, of our own
llrcct importation, received. Such things as
olid back, bleached bristle, olive wood hair
•rushes at 50c among them. Come around
.nd sec for yourself.
Ulack Goods Department.
Hack cashmere 15c a yard
Thirty-six inches wide, a beautiful black;
>etter value than we've ever sold at 25 cents a
rard.
Hack, all-wool ladies' cloth 35c a yard
The finest quality, .'!<; inches wide; warranted
ill wool. Others are asking tio cents a yard.
Ulack Sicilian cloth 19c a yard
Extra wide, being 42 inches wide; a rich,
■lenvy silk lustre. We have reduced this qual
ity from 85 cents a yard for today's salt.
Colored Dress Goods Department.
i'laid suitings 8' a yard
Over fifty designs iv the latest colorings; they
ire cheap at 20 cents a yard.
French diagonals lSJijca yard
One oi the handsomest materials In the mar
ket, and for wear has no equal. We've sold
thcni at 20 cents a yard.
striped ladies' cloth 15c a yard
This value w hen once seen cannot be resisted.
A double fold, handsome grey, ladies cloth
With the latest effect si ripe, and worth 30 ceuts
* yard, For today only.
Double fold tricot cloths 25c a yard
Even bargain today a gem. A double fold
I'.xtra fine aud everlasting fabric, which is sold
the city over 40 ccuts ayard.
Hosiery Department.
Koch Item on today's sale better than the
other.
Children's black ribbed hose 5c a pair
A good color and elastic stocking, and worth
12- a c a pair.
Misses' colored hose BJ£o a pair
You will find these an extraordinary good
wearing stocking, and always sold at 15 cents a
pair.
Boys' grey ribbed hose 9e a pair
Extra stout and just the thing for boys' wear,
nnd worth 2 r J cents a pail.
Ladles' black stockings a pair
Remember these are full finish,
seams. Better than any hose in tillsrV aJkSU
cents a pair.
Drapery Department*
Just read our list and see the bargains J
offer.
7-foot window shades 35c: worth 7 r c
Smyrna rugs 09c each; worth $1.25
Bed comforters 95c; worth $1.50
A double bed size and very heavy.
10-4 blankets $1.49; worth $2.50
A natural wool blanket, extra laige, and a bar
gain at $2.50.
Coco door mats . 65 c
Coco door mats 05c
Coco door mats 65
Something new for us, bnt a bargain for you.
All over the city the price is $1. Prepare your
selves before the rainy weather sets in.
Glove Department.
Special bargain. Certain lines. We desire to
close out.
Ladies' cashmere gloves. 15c a pair
No one should be without gloves. A Jersey
cashmere glove, which no one sells under 35
cents a pair.
Children's lamb's wool mittens 25c a pair
A genuine 50 cent <|uality; in all colors. For
one day only 25 cents a pair.
Ladies' 4-button kid gloves 49c a pair
In browns and tans only, but in every size.
Its a good wearing glove, aitd sold elsewhere at
$1 a pair
Ijidies' Moußquetaire shopping glove
75c: worth $1.25
The well known shopping glove, with double
stitching: the most durable glove made.
Stationery Department.
Razor straps 15c: worth 35c
locket match sales .5 and 10c; worth double
Box paper and envelopes 9c; worth 20c
Visiting cards 24 for 10c: wo th 25c
Memorandum books 10c a set, of three
2-foot boxwood rules IOc; worth 25c
Note pai er, 120 sheets for 15c: worth 35c
Boys' 2 and 3-blade knives 25c; worth 50c
Shawl and Jersey Department.
We are anxious for you all to see these bar
gains, for they are such as you've never seen
before.
Large square shawls sjjc
Full size 72x72, in grey or brown, ntsl.7s;
a bargain.
White crochet shawls . 69c each
A value which always sold at $1.25.
Children's rubber gossamers 95c
They are a decided bargain, and buy them
while they arc on special sale. Usually sold
at $1 49.
Veiling and Trimming Department.
Silk Grindine veiling 5c a yard
It's pure silk, and in every shade. Sold else
where as high as 20c a yurd.
Black Silk Lace 15ca yard
Our regular 25c French Silk Luce, an entire
new pattern, and today only 15c a yard.
Black Silk Dress Braid 19c a yard
A very pretty design. Makes a rich trim
ming, and worth 35c a yard.
Grey Coney Fur 35c a yard
Extra wide, an exquisite quality, and worth
00c a yard.
A. HAMBURGER <fc SONS.
I Grand Opera House. I l^j^lsßinl
CD CT" CT" IV. I A /Ti CT KA C~ IV I "T" Owing to the overwhelm in- success of t c JUCH OPERA SEASON. Managers
l~\ C_ I— INI OAL~ EL. IV! I— IN I McLain & Lehman announce for. r pern rmar.ces bythis magnificent oompany
(Bmf COMMENCING MON DAY, DECEMBER 29TH.
EP||iK&r : GEOR'UNH YON
|| T I I I JANUSCHOWSKY,
I I II ll I iHpllip ~ .asCllfl Bj MARIE FREBERT,
O vJ V-/ I I 5 'M CARLOTTA MACONDA.
'* CIIAUUCS* f.dm'ont.
_ ALLEKINO OANNIO.
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E M MA~j UC H RE PERTO IRE:
MONDAY, December 20th, j Gassier, Austrian governor of the Cantons ! WEDNESDAY NIGHT, December 31st,
THE FLYING- DUTCHMAN. L'AFRICAINE.
First time in Los Angele*. I BucdlVi fliheriflaii . . ... George 6<"ul(l I Grand opera, In four acts, by Meyerbeer.
A romantic opera in three acta by Richard Wag Laulhold, a shepherd E.N Knight M"» Jl,ll > ■ lirst appearance as Sclilta.
ner. Miss .Inch's first appearance as Bcnta : Matilda, an Austrian princess, niece of t Sellka, a slave KM MA JUCH
in I.os Angeles. Gessler Ceorglne yen Januschowsky ; Inez, daughter of Don Diego Carlotta Maconda
The Dutchman Otto Rathjens Hedwlga. Toll's wife Louise Metsllnger I Anna, her attendant Marie Frccbert
Sonla KM MA JUCH j Jemmy, Toil's son CarlottaMacoc.de s Nelusba, a slave Otto Rathjens
Unbind, her father, Captain of a Nor- j Dun Pied ro, president of the royal council
wegian ship Kianz Ve'tti | • Franz Vetta
Erik, a Huntsman Payne Clarke Grand Inquisitor Pier D> laseo
Maty, Scuta's former mire .Louise Meisllnger nicnvlaniv mvtivitv n ~r.mi, ~-ut I Don Diego, member of the oonncll .Joseph Witt
The steersman of Daland's vessel.. Wm. Stephens W LUN i.-D.W MATINEE, Deoembai .list, High Priest of Brahma B. N. Knight
Don Alvar, member of the council
nTmlVATnij h 1 William Stephens
J A L OiVU< Vasoo DI Gama, an officer In the Portu-
WILLIAM TELL. | Grand op, ra, In four acts, by Gulseppc Verdi, j ' V ltttamM
First time in Los Anieles, Orand opera in four Count dl Luna Leo Stormont SCAI E OF PRIOFS^
acts by GR. Rossini. Fs.rando B. N. Kn'ghl «* V* W ¥ BT>lxWsi,3.
William Tell 1 »: | Otto Rathjens I Ruiz William Steobens I Orchestra and First Four Bow*
Walihcr Furst Sol Franx Vetta I Manrroo Payne Clarke Breaa Circle S3.no
Melebthal Pier Delates Leonora Georgine yon Januschowsky j Balance Dress circle 1.50
Arnold, Slelchthal's lAzueena Louiso Meisllnger Balcony, Reserved 1.00
son J X [Charles Hedmondt | , nez M , rl ,. Freeberl I Gallery. Admission .n 0
BAILEY & BARKER BROS.,
DEALERS IN
The most nttractive line in the city.
HOLIDAY GOODS
2 NOW IN. &
323, 328 AND 330
Soutli lvlairi Street. Los iAri£feles.
11 30- jw
HOLIDAY NOVELTIES
APPKG I > X I A.TE GI FTS !
DIVANS, SECRETARIES, COUCHES, MUSIC STANDS, SOFAS, CABINETS, LOUNGES,
SCREENS, POKTIEB3, EASELS, RUGS, PEDESTALS.
REED AND RATTAN GOODS.
Your Attention and Inspection la Solicited to the most complete line of
FURNITURE, CARPETINGS & DRAPERY GOODS
ON "THE COAST.
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO.,
351 and 353 Main St., Opposite Baker Block.
i Yon buy rosea? We have them to-w- TrW. '" never regret a visit to the
I I \ suit all tastes, in variety, sise, and I 1 Ravenswood Nurseries on Pasadena M 8
II I P r ' ce - Four inches lo eight feet J | avenue, midway between Los An-I
II I ''' sn ' ano - fr° m $LOO per dozen | I geles snd Pasadena, P. O. address, I w
18 I up. Tens of thousands of other h |C. G. Packard, Garvanza, Cal. Al l 1
, ,rifi \J plants that will please ways something interesting to
AMCSJEMKSSTS.
iKv^LOfcfXNGELES T] lEATRE.
H. C. Wyatt, Man ger.
Four Nights, and New Year's Matinee,
Commencing
MONDAY DECEMBER 29
First appearance in this city of tho dis
tinguished English Society Actress,
MISS ADELAIDE MOORE!
"THE ENGLISH ROSE,"
From the Globe Theater, London, accompanied
by the eminent actor,
MR. JOSEPH WH EE LOCK!
And a company of superior excellence.
M everti > .,"s d Tui ' 6dtty j ROMEO AND JULIET
"da^OT^iS 1 A FATAI ' MARRIAtiE
Only matinee, New Year's Day,
THE LADY OF LYONS,
Box office open on und ufter Thursday morn- ;
lug, December 25th. "12-34
jTJIRECT FROM NEW YORK CITY,
For the Holidays, complete stock of the
celebrated
STEIN WAY PIANOS!
UPRIGHTS AND GRANDS.
GABLER AND PEASE PIANOS
AT
G. S. MARYGOLD'3
Broadway Music Stork
221 South Broadway, Potomac Block.
12-11-lm
ILLINOIS HALL,
Broadway and Sixth St.
ENTERTAINMENT
BY
THK ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION,
Tuesday Evening, December 30th.
An evening of Comic Opera, by the Sparkling
Tyroliens, in
" LOVE AND LEATHER I"
—AND—
"BREAKING TH E SPELL |"
Admission, 10c; reserved scats, 15c extra.
RUNNING RUNNING
-zi R A C E S ! !r
COfiONIDO DRIVING PARK,
CORONADO BEACH,
Dec. 25th. 20th, 27th. Jan. Ist, 3d, 3rd.
140 ENTRIES.
3 AND 4 RACES EACH DAY.
See dailies December 23rd for full entry list.
/JSP" Fare, 16.00 round trip, Santa Fe route,
beginning December 23rd, continuing O'l sale
lo January 3rd, and good to return up to Jan
uary sth inclusive, 1891. Special rates at
Coronado Hotel. 12-23-1 It
j '
CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM
AND THEATER,
North Main street, near First.
Doyle & KNirratt Managers
"A place of amusement for families."
Week commencing Saturday, December 20.
Grand Gala Holiday Rill I First production of
Marcttis' celebrated Christmas Pantomimk
"CONFUSION 1"
A witty clown! Clever company]! And correct
accessories!!!
Also the following roster of rarities:
Lew Adams,champion trick nnd fancy skater;
Dessie West, talented juvenili singing sou
hrette; Robert E. Price, great dia'ect coinedia<<:
Ruby Roy, mo to and descriptive vocalist;
j Bentty, in an entirely new musical act; Thuma,
j Parisian enigma; Prof. Alherti, magician nnd
| ventriloquist; the phantom world; European
i Elsotropnonlcon, etc, etc.
I Doors open from 1 to 10. Performances
hourly.
Admission—loc Reserved seats 10c extra.
PALACE RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
Corner First and Spring Btreets.
The Most Magnificent and Popular
Resort in the City.
VK X X CONCK X T S I
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CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOL'S! STS
Every Night from 8 to 12.
JOSEPH 80HURTZ. PROPRIETOR.
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CATARRH,
Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis
and Consumption
successfully treated by
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D.
M. 0., P. S. 0.,
187 S. Broadway, Los Anßelos, Cal.,
By his Aerean system ol practice, which con -
si'sts ot proper M, dicated Inhalations and COM
POUND OXYGEN TREATMENT.
Probably no system of practice ever employed
has been so universally inoceutul as the
Aerean system of practice as Introduced by Dr.
Williams for the cure of Catarrh, Throat Dis
cuses. Asthma and Consumption.
CATARRH.
Catarrh is often regarded by the patient as
a cold in the head, and he often expresses his
astonishment at his reinarkalrte tendency to
contract fresh cold. Indeed he declares that
be is scarcely free from pne cold before he
takes another, and he is always exceedingly
careful; it is also a niHttcr of surprise to him
that the cold always seems to settle in the
head nnd 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 e!a-s of symptoms soon appearand 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 in curs, 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 «enseof languor
and fatigue; the breath lessens on a little
exertion, a short, hacking cough, a peculiar
sound iv clearing the tiiroat, 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 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
finally in consumption.
Consultation and one application at the
office FREE.
Those who desire to consult me in regard
to their eases had better call at the office {or an
examination, but if impossible to visit the office
personally, can w.-itc for list of questions and
circular, both of which will be scut free of
charge. Address
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M D.,
137 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
Office hours—From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Residence—] 19 South Grand avenue,
DR. WOH,
THE CELEBRATED
CHINESE PHYSICIAN,
A lteeular Practitioner of Chinese
Doctoring,
Having practised medicine in China ten years
and in the United States fourteen years.
His testimonials of positive cures sre on ex
hibition, slid speak for tliumselves. He knows
diseases from the heart pulses, and can cure
and diagnose the same without questioning his
patients.
A I rial 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 he grateful beyond anything before
tried. If friends are sick, no matter what the
disease may be, send them to the doctor, and
he will surely hoal 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 bo treated by Pr Woh who
will not abstain from alcoholic liquors or
opiates during bis chnrge, 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 upon Dr. Woh and let him examine you.
OFFICE, 238 W. FIRST ST.,
'Next door below the Times Building),
12-18 lm LOS ANGELES, CAL.

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