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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los A ngeles December 98. 1890: :07 a. 07 p. Vel (Weatlir 2 Rain 5 iPT lyCl Max. tern.. 78; miv. tern.. 8 Haiti full past 2-1 hours, .01.; rainfall for sea son, 2.41. NEWS NOTES. There is a telegram at the Western Union office for W. S. Ramsey. Miss Grace A. Miltimore is announced bl sing at Illinois hall Tuesday evening, between the two operettas that will be executed by the Tyroleans. Miss Milti more is recently from Boston, where she was musically educated. A man named C. Wilson called at the police station about 4 o'clock yesterday morning and asked for medical treat ment, his head having been badly cut by a blow from a cane in a free fight at. a dance on First street. Police Surgeon Morrison was summoned, and dressed bis wound. At 9 o'clock yesterday morning a mid dle-aged man named Jean Kubilus at tracted the attention of a crowd of peo ple assembled at the Arcade depot, by his peculiar actions, and attempted to address them on the subject of religion, when Officer Home and Special Officer Siekatz placed him under arrest. He at once became very violent, and as it was apparent that he was insane, he waa conveyed to the city jail and locked -up. He was at one time in the employ of I>. A. Saum, at No. 136 North Los Angeles street. 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 aud found, personals, excursions, professional cards, see third page of Hkrai.p. Advertisers get quick returns. Advertisements cost only five cents a tine, and are read by everybody. PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wheat-field of New York are at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. E. King of Silverton. Colorado, are at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Clough, of Sioux City, la., are at the Hollenbeck. San Franciscans at the Nadeau are R. L. Sheppard, F. Stock aud Wm. 11. Fortune. ' A. Gadbe. W. F. Mitchell and .1. E. Garratt. all of Ensenada, Lower Cali fornia, are at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. A. Crawford, W. A. Crawford and Mrs. E. W. Crawford, ail of St. Paul, are at the Hollenbeck. Ralph K. Hoyt has been visiting San IViegoand Coronado,and writing up those -places for Chicago papers with which he is connected as l'aciiic cuast correspon dent. A Ghost Materializing. .he phantom tin-plate mill, that did such heroic service for the McKinley party during the campaign, will nut •down. It still flits uneasily from place to place. We hear of it now in Pitts ; !>urg, then in Chicago, and now in iLiUim 're. it is almost everywhere, ex cept where we happen to be when we are told about it. Its latest appearance is at PitL-burg, where, we are told, a large factory is to be started, employing 4tU hands, of whom 250 will be'skilled workmen from Wales." This is agree able, especially to the Welsh tinmaker, whom we were told the McKinley bill ■was to throw out of employment. 'There appears to have been a little misapprehension about the object of the increased duty on tin-plates. The com mon impression before the election was, that it was for the benefit of American svorkingnien t hat the industry of dipping aheet-iron into melted tin was to be wrenched from the degraded hands of Welsh paupers and banded over to the free and enlightened laborers of America. It appears now that the object was en tirely different. It waa to enable capit alists to import Welsh paupers at a pro fit. We are to continue to use tin plates made by Welsh labor —the differ ence is that henceforth we shall pay 2.2 cents per pound more for them. If, at any time, the manufacture should prove unprofitable, it can be abandoned, and then the imported laborers will be avail able for breaking strikes in other occu pations. They will natuiallv have lo take what work they can get, as it is not likely that they will save enough to pay their way home. What the enterprising tin-plate men think of ■ the contract labor law is not stated. Probably, they do not think of it at all. If they should happen to give a thought to it they would, probably, consider it superseded by the McKinley bill. And they would be light. When we adopt a new tariff expressly for the benefit of certain capitalists, it is absurd to sup pose that we mean them to be Pam pered by the odds and ends of obsolete legislation in the interest of labor. The tin-plate clause of the McKinley bill will take from 115,000,000 to $20,000,000 :i year out of the pockets of consumers. It is not to be supposed that we are go ing to pay all that money to a lot of gr<M.-v woikingiuen. is it'.'—[S, F.News Letter. Cannot Spare th* Time. Kelson H. Baker, district attorney of West , luster i o , New Vorls, writes: • I have received many letters in reference to . ny testimonial, lately published, commending ..I.LOOI.K's PDBOVI Pl.AsTKlts. "I cannot spare the tune to answer them in writing, therefore would again say, through the ■reta, that I have found AXICOCI'i POMUs PIASMUM Invaluable as chest proteck rs and shi dds against coughs and colds, Kurthermor . 1 have found Ai.li OCX's Pi.astkiis unequided for pains in the side, back and chest." Removed. L. B.Conn,thepawfebenker, has removed to tto North Main street, opposite the Western Union Telegraph office. lm Paints, Oils and Glass, Corner Second aud Main. P. H.Mathews. Frank X. Engler. iano regulator and tuner, llfl 8. Olive St. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC COMPANY 111 NORTH SPRING STREET, Have an elegant stock of the matchless DICKER BROTHERS?* 1 ■ And other High Grade Pianos. Special liidacemeuts for the Holidays. 12-7-lm THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1890. THE PEOPLE'S STORE. We Are Determined to Close Out Our Holiday Goods. Books Getting Down to a Minimum—A Slaughter in Our Clothing Department —Some Special Induce ments for Monday. Pkopi.k's Store, Sunday, December 2S, 1890. Our detetruination to close out all Holiday Goods is meeting with even i greater success than we anticipated. Books are getting down to a minimum; j 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 lon baud. Toys have beed thinned out pretty well, yet a representation of most i 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 kuil'e in every direction, and submit the following lists in detail without much j comment, as a guide to the greatest values among them. If you want anything ! for New Year (-lifts take advantage of this opportunity. In our clothing department we have commenced a slaughter oi the "inno ! cents." Suits that were honest value at prices marked have fallen under the I 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 be reduced, and prices were cut. We did not expect to do this until next month, but he ordered it done right j away. It's your advantage, and gives you an excellent chance to start '91 in a tine new vig at far below the price of '90. We've got a few on display in the win dow ; look at them. Boys' suits, overcoats and pants go too. All fall together. Men's Clothing Department. We offer today, on special sale, one of i the finest lines of men's clothing at the i lowest prices that have ever been offered lon the Pacific coast. It will be impos i sible to describe them all, but we can 1 only mention a few of them. j All-wool Scotch cheek suits $8.23 Cut in the latest style sack, and worth $14. , All-wool dark cheviot suits 10.25 In the ever popular frock style, and worth $18. Clay worsted Prince Alberts 21.50 No more stylish or dressy suit i made, and worth $30. Dark grey cassimere overcoats. . 4.05 | Worth $7.50. Dark grey worsted overcoats 5.49 j Worth $9. Light mixed cassimere overcoats. 5.05 Worth $0.50. Handsome English melton over -1 coats 9-50 Worth $15. j English meltons, extra quality and iinish 1--50 Worth $20. Boys' Knee rants Soil Department. I worth. rnicK. $1.25 Boys' grey school 75c 2.05 Dark cassimere $1.75 ' 3.25 Fancy Scotch plaid 2 .00 4.u0 All w"ool fancy 2.95 ; 5.00 All wool fancy stripe 3.45 Youths' Long rants Suit Department. . wrysTH I'ltlcE. i $5.00 Good and serviceable for everyday wear $3.75 5.25 Dressy and very durable .. 3.05 6.00 Handsome grey, very stout. 4.25 ! 0.00 All wool, for best 0.95 I Furnishing C.ooils Department. j 25c Nickle plated caff holders. 10c 35c Men's fancy suspenders ... 15c 10c Heavy unbleached socks . 5c j 45c Boys' checked cheviot jump er* 25c 50c Men's grey merino under shirts .'. 25c i 35c Boys' silk knotted Windsors 19c | 75c Men's all silk scarfs 35c Ilook Department. ■ Publishers' Our , p r i ce . Pnee. I $2.00 All our padded seal poems at 05c 1.00 All our half Russia poems at 49c 76c All our Arlington cloth bound books at 22c 1 4 00 All our royal octavo poems at. ..." *E95 (All our bibles and prayer books — , , 1 at 25 per cent off". ' i,o " 01e ! AH our art and gift books at 25 , p <)ur ] per cent off. ! J nces I All our plash goods at 50 per cent off. 1 $2.00 All our Will Carleton's poems , at $1 49 I 1.50 All our Southworth's works at 65c t.50 All our Ramona at 82c Drug Department. ' Warner's Safe Cure 09c Sozodont 44b : Ayers Hair Vigor 49c Cuticara Resolvent 74c Pozzoni's Face Powder 24c Saunders' Face Powder 19c ; I.a Blache Pace Powder 24c Swan Down Face Powder 7c Powdered Sulphur, per pound. . . 2)^c Cream Tartar, per pound 18c i Copperas, 9 pounds for 25c 1 Hand Brushes 5c | 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. Silk Department. Black dress satin, 35c a yard ; a superb ! quality and woith 75c a yard, i Plaid silks, 35c a yard; being 12inches i wide, in exquisite plaid designs and I 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 bro cades, for Monday, at 75c a yard. lilac k Goods Department. Black cashmeres, 25c a yard,worth 40c. Black wool tiicots, 39c a yard, north Evening Shades, ':3c a Yard. All the pretty evening shades of cash meres at 25c a yard. We will show the handsomest line in this city. Grand Sale of Dress Patterns. Cashmere dress patterns, $1.49. A full suit of 10 yards, double fold cash i mere, with handsome side border in i every shade, at $1.49, worth $2.75. I Ladies' cloth dress patterns, $1.49. Another exauisite suit of 10 yards of striped ladies' cloth ; you will tind this ias handsome as any $5.00 suit in the , city. Wool tricot dress patterns, $1.95. A i rich material and for wear has no equal; : a full suit of 8 yards, in any shade, at ; $1.95. Plain ladies' cloth dress pattern, $1.95. ! You will see us cutting right and left in | this department, offering 30-inch ladies' 1 cloths, in 8 yard patterns, for $1.95, worth $3.20, and every shade perfect. Hut Department. I Special bargains for Monday only. j WOKTU. I'KICK. 50c Boys' jockey caps 25c , 75c Boys'tine steamer caps.... 35c 90c Mens' light-weight tourists. 49c $1.50 Extra quality business hats 90c i 2 50 Extra quality dress hate.. .$1.49 Special Inducements for Monday. WOltTll. P*ICI 25c Toy tea sets, large size 10c 10c Humming tops 5c 20c Fancy soaps 10c 35c Shaving mugs 15c I 30c Mikado plates 15 c 50c Chatelain bags 25c 50c Taint box and drawing slate 25c s(>c China cups and saucers. ... 25c 50c Shoulder shawls 25c 05c Ladies'line handkerchiefs. 26c 75c (rem pianos 36 c 08c Fine plush photograph al bums 49 c 85» Bisque head kid body dolls. 49c $3 00 Gents' fancy slippers $1.50 5.00 Handsome sflverine toilet set 2.50 6.00 Angora wool shawls 2.95 Shoe Department. WORTH. rmrK 75c Infants'fancy colored shoesi 35c $1.26 Children'sdongolakidshoea 86c 2.00 Misses' kid shoes $1.25 2.75 Men's fancy embroidered slippers . .. tgrj 2.00 Ladies* kid shoes : 1.53 2.25 Men's calf shoes 1.C9 3.00 Ladies' bronze beaded ox fords 1.07 4.00 Men's kangaroo shoes 2.47 3.50 Ladies' Paris kid dress shoes 2.25 I Domestic Department. Our values in this department will speak for themselves. Honey comb towels, 6^C; worth 15;-. | Turkish face cloths, 2k.c; worth 6J£c. 5-8 linen damask napkins. 00c per do/ ; worth $1. Unbleached muslin, 5c a yard; worth c. Linen damasked table cloths, 50c: worth $1. Scotch cheviot shirtings, 10c; worth 20c. Sateen finished prints, 5c a yard; worth up to 10c. Fancy flannettes, O'jc; 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 45c. Underwear Department. The pride of our establishment, and oilers the best values in the house, which is saying considerable. Ladies' merino vests, 25c each. In this line we are offering 65c quality, silk-bound and stitched; this bargain deserves your attention. Be sure and see it above all others. Children's grey merino shirts, 25c 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 each. 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 prije. Lace and Trimming Department. Linen laces, 10c a yard; worth 25c. Two and a half inches wide, in shell pat tern. Swiss edging, 2c a yard; a beautiful trimming, will wash, and worth 5c a yard. Beaded ornaments, 15c each. We have reduced all our 45 and 50c ornaments, being 7 inches long. For Monday for 15c each. Mull chair scarfs, 25c each. You will be astonished at this bargain ; one and a half yards long, finished with a knot ted fringe, and sold all over at 75c each. Silk drops, 10c a dozen; a variety of patterns, and sold elsewhere at 25c a dozen. Grey astracan trimming, 35c a yard ; the latest trimming, and sold all over at 75c a yard. Hosiery Department. Ladies' balgriggan hose, 5c a pair; worth 12Mc Ladies' black hose, 10c; worth 15c; double thread and extra long hose. Ladies' grey seamless hose". 10c; worth 20c. Ladies' Hemsdorf black hose, 25c; worth 40c. Ladies' silk clocked balbriggan hose, 25c; worth 40c. Children's Hose. Children's black ribbed hose, sc; worth 12'^'c. Grey mixed hose, 8t 3 c; worth 15c. Misses' black seamless ribbed hose, 10c; worth 20c. Boys'bicycle hose, 25c; worth 60c a pair. Men's bicycle hose, 39c; worth 75c a pair. Rihhon Department. A special feature for tomorrow is a double-faced satin ribbon, in some of the leading shades; don't miss this oppor tunity. No. 9 double-faced satin ribbons, 5c a yard. Tins is the greatest bargain we have ever offered. Corset Department. Dr. B. S. corset, 59c. This celebrated corset has always 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 faction. 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 fitting. Usually sold at 90c. Handkerchief ]>epartment. Children's bordered handkerchiefs, lc each; worth sc. Ladies' fancy handkerchiefs, 2. l -i'c \ each; worth sc. Ladies' hemstitched handkerchiefs, .'>> :<' each ; worth 10c. Ladies' drawn border handkerchiefs, sc; worth 10c. Ladies' embroidered handkerchiefs, 6J^O; worth 12'.,e. Gent's linen finished handkerchiefs, Be; worth 10c. Gent's colored bordered handker chiefs, sc; worlh 10c. Silk Handkerchief Booth. Ladies' brocaded silk handkerchiefs, 15c; worth 35c. Ladies' plain silk handkerchiefs, 15c; worth 35c. Men's plaid silk handkerchiefs, 25c; worth 75c. Ladies' embroidered scolloped. 25c; worth 50c. Plaid hemstitched fancy bordered,39c; worth 75c. Brocaded silk neck handkerchiefs, 49c ; worth $1.00. Kid Olovc Department. Black kid gloves, 4-button, 49cj worth $1.00. Ladies' 4-button tan kid gloves, 75c ; worth $1.25. Ladies' Paris kid gloves, 05c; worth $1.75. Genuine fine real kid, (49c; worth $1.50. Notion Department. Silk garter web, 10c a yard; worth 25c. Spoon-shaped corset steel, 9c; worth j 20c. 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 n dozen ; worth 25c. Machine needles, 2 for sc, for any kind of machine. Stationery Department. Lead pencils, per dozen, sc; worth 15c. Boys' bone handle, sc; worth 15c. Receipt books, sc; worth 15c. Playing cards, sc; w r orth 10c. Gum mucilage, 5c bottle; worth 10c. Bottle ink, penholder and pen, sc; worth 10c. Silvered butter knives, 10c; worth 25c. Button-hole scissors, 25c; worth 45c. Nickel nut-crackers. 25c; worth 50c. Four-Wade, pearl handle knives, 25c; worth 60c. Shawl nnd .Jersey Department. Grand sale of rubber goods. Children's rubber gossamers, 89c; worth $1.50. Ladies' rubber gossamers, 95c ; worth $1.05. Ladies' silver grey circular, $1.24; worth $2. Ladies' serge rain umbrellas, 75c; I worth $1.50. I Ladies'silk serge rain umbrellas. $1.95 ; worth $3.50. Drapery Department, WOIITH. IT.ICE. 20c Lace curtain net, per yard. 9c 25c Immitation figured China silk 10c 65c Cotton plush table covers. . 25c 75c 5-foot cornice poles 86c $1.00 Cocoa door mats 65c 1.50 Colored bed spreads 75c Double bed size in choice designs. 1.59 White 10-4 blankets each... 75c Millinery Department. Ladies' felt hats. 25c each. We are offering for Monday our entire stock of Indies' felt hats, sold at 75c, for 25c. All the latest shapes, in every shade. Nellie fily 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 25c we ad vise an early call. Fancy wings, 5c each ; worth up to 25c each. Fancy birds, 25c each. This line com prises all of our 50c, 65c and many of our 75c birds, for tomorrow at 26c. Humming birds, 10c each; sold for merly at 35e. A. HAMBURGER & SONS. Ostrich Feathers Dyed A brilliant black on short notbe at the Sur prise Millinery store, 242 South Spring st. Sat isfaction guaranteed. A. J. Riethmuu.er. saik of seats Hpoh/I Aiwa Hahqa SALK OF BEATS xow in I'nooiiEss, UlttliU vUvIU ilUuuC. WOW IN UROOKESS. RC" CT" IV I A CT IV A ET~ IV I "T~ gWtng lo the overwhelming success of the JUCH OPERA SEASON, Managers 1 I I>l /—\ I IVI I I>l I MeLain & Lehman announce four performances by this magnificent company CUT COM MENCING MONDAY, DECEMBER 29TH. _ T GEORGINE YON H I (I 1 ] JANUSCHOWSKY l! 11 ! |i I MARIE FKKBERT, \J WV/ 1 1 ~* |h9M|HbHN CARLOTTA MACONDA. CONTRALTOS. n D it MH doba B mkisi ' i nobb, V^i\i InLJ ukkni^ holmes. CHARLES HkVjMONT ■F' ■' ' ■ WILL STEPHENS, Anrn n PiTflfeTx^j'-""%,. sfl I IS } , I / f! ■ SB: ••• PAYNE CLARKE. I I I KU C : ■ JOHN E. HELTON, VJI L-/l\n :. baritones. •'• ■ ■i-b^^'^^S!' Oi i<> RATHJENS, iKM™ BilWa^y^arj^Pgfe^jng^. <dE£rr. rfegtV.'.t leo stormxmjt, f\ f\ AI.LERINO GANNIO. I 11 I nulifl basses. ill tßiuß WW na EMMA Juch REPERTOIR E: " * MONDAY, DECEMUER 20th, THE FLYING DUTCHMAN. First time in Los Angeles. A romantic opera in three acts by Richard Wag* ner. Miss Juch's ti ist appearance as Sen la in Uis Angeles. The Dutchman Otto Rathjens Senta Kltt.HA .ICCII Dalaml, her fither, Captain of a Nor wegian ship Fttinz Ye ta Erik, a Huntsman Payne Clarke Mary, Scuta's former nur c. .Louise Meislinger The steersman of Daland's veßsel.. Wm. Stephens TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th, WILLIAM TELL. First time in Los Anreles. Grand opera in four acts by 0 R. Russini. William Tell 1 » I Otto RaMljena Walther Furst Jo I ...... Franz Vetta Melchthnl f'S'M Pier Delascs kn tm f e ;'' hthal ' s j' [chalesHeumoodt CapitalislX_Attention! "Horn is a chance for millionaires to double their millions, for business men and manufac turers to secure irood locations, and for poor men to get their own homes. I offer for sale a magnificent block of land, 486 feel front, on west side New High street, Just north of Temple street; splendid site for office building, close to new court house. Also. 561 business and residence lots in the most el gib's parts of the c.ty, us follows: !H Lots in the PARK TRACT, 5 to 7 minutes from center of oil*. 09 Lois in BEAUDBY WATER WORKS TRACT, near 8, I', de or. !JIB Lot.- ill the KURHTS BRIDGE TRACT, on the east side of the river. Here are excellent manufacturing sites, well served with railroad and switch facilities 13 l ots in Ihc FLORIDA TRACT, just sub divided, between Eighth and Ninth streets nnd west of Pearl street, in the heart of th.- beauti ful southwest part of the city. 12(> Lots in the KBLLKVUS AYE. TRACT. These are finely situated on the hill* overlook ing the western part of the city. iR lots in the BEAUHKY TRACT NO. 2, all well located and close in. 25 Lots-in the WKoT DEPOT AUDITION TRACT, finely situate d, overlooking the north ern part of the city. 4 l.ots just south of SEVENTH-ST. PARK. I 10 ACRES in the Colima Park Tract, near I Ellis College slid Scventh-st Park. [ 4-story House, Nos 562 and 304 Buena Vita street, containing 27 rooms, on lot 00 feet front by ion feet deep. 4 story House, No 300 Rnctia Vlsla street, ■ adjoining Mr. A. Glassoll's residence, contain" I ing 21 rooms. ! 3-story IL'Usc, No. 840 Buena Vista street, ! containing3o room*. Also 2 line 4-voom cottages 03 NEW DEPOT STREET, and one on MONTREAL BTRHET, all hard finished, with all in <ieru conveniences. 7l> Acres on cast side I.os Angeles river, west of Mission Road. S. P. K. K. and Terminal railway passes lluoiigh this tract. TERMS—One-fourth cash, balance in install- I I moms us follows: ( Lois less ihat $400 in price. fin per month. I l.ots tiOii to SSOOin price, $20 p,-i month. ' Lots »300 to $11100 in price, *.io per month, j Uits ov»-r $.000 in price $50 per month interest at 7 pur cent per annum 1 .'-5 P. BEAIII/RY, 12 ' Temple st. LADIES SHOULD USE For all Irregularities " CREOLE" FEMALE TONIC! For sale at all Drug Stores. At wholesale by F. W. RUACN & CO. 12-10-0 m CHRISTMAS \§£ TURKEYS! TURKEYS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS! v EIQ AM E! I r.OS ANfiKLIS' FIBHINO COMPANY, MOTT MARKET. 11-21-tim JN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE of California, county of Los Angeles—ss. j In the matter of ilie estate of Rachel <'. Locke deceased, i Notice for publication i f time for proving will, etc. • | Notice is hereby given that Wednesday, Ihe 7th day of Jauntily. 189), at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the conn room of this court, De partment Two thereof, in the Abstract and Title insurance Company's building, corner of Franklin and New High Streets in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, and State of California, has been app Intedas the time and place for bearing the application of Seymour Klam Locke, praying that a document now on file in this court, purporting to be the last will aud testament of the said deceased, be admilt'd 1.0 probate, and that letters testamentary be issued thereon to him, at which time and place all persons interested therein may appear and contest the same Daied December 26, 1890 I* Sealof "I J. M. MEREDITH. LSuperior Court.J Comity Clerk. By M. J. Ashmoue Deputy. W. P. Gardiner, attorney for petitioner. 12-27-m I (fussier, Austrian governor of the Cantons Swiss nnd Uri E N. Knight j Rudolph, captain of Grestler's bodyguard, William Stephens I Rur.di, a fisherman George Gould Lenthold, a shepherd E. N. Knight ] Matilda, an Austrian princess, niece of goksUt Georglnevcn Januschowsky I Ifedwigii, Tell's wife Louise Meislluger Jeramy, Tell's sou. . Carlotta Maeonda WEDNESDAY MATINEE, December 31st, IL TROVATORE. Grand opera, in four acts, by Gulseppo Verdi. Count di Luna Leo Stormont l'>,rantio E. N. Knight Ruiz William Stephens .Mnniico Payne Clarke Leonora Georgine yon Januschowsky ASUcena Louise Meislingcr Inez Marie Freebert Wednesday Matinee Popular I'rices fIU.OO, 70c, 000, SO o. CATARRH, Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronehitia and Consumption Successfully treated by M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D. M. C, P. 8. 0., 137 8. Broad fray, I.os Angeles, Cal., By his Aerean system of practice, which con sist,'' of proper M- dicated 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. Catarrh is often regarded by tho patient as 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, 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 nnd throat. At times many of the symptoms of catarrh seem to aliate, and the patient is led to hope that the disease is about to wear off; but an other class of symptoms soon appear and he learns to Ids horror, that instead of recovery from the disease, if 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 occurs, a sensation of dryness is felt in I the throat, or it appears that some foreign substance, as, for Instonqe, 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 olher symptoms occur alter ihe disease has made considerable progress. Than it is a time when consumption is about to U-gin its dreadful work. Up to this time the (progress of the disease may have tieen slow and the patient may, in Repressing tils confident hope that it will (■wear off,' 1 , declare that he has had the catarrh for years and has not seemed to become much worse, and trusts that tie 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. Consirltadou and one application at the Oflice FKKE. Those who desire to consult me in regard to their cases had better call at the office for an examination, but if impossible to visit theoffloe personally, can wito for list of questions and circular, both of which will be sent free of charge. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M D., ■37 8. liroaciway, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours—From !> a. m. to 4 p. m. Residence—ll9 South Grand avenue. DR. 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