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DAILY HERALD. United States Weather Office. Report of observations taken at Lis Angeles. September 30, 1891: Time. Bar. | Ther, S:07 a. m. 2f»«l| f5 ft ©7 p. in. 29 6Qj 88 TB 88 3 12 Max. tern., 70: mln. torn.. 6i. Weather Forecast. Bai» Fraiicisco. Sept 30.—Forecast till 8 p.m. Thursday, for Southern California : Fair weather, e.vept scattering light rains near San Diego and in the mountains. NEWS NOTES. The Teachers' institute met yesterday at the High school. Officer Collins will today assume the duties of day jailer at the city prison. Officer Glaze has been assigned to a crossing. Tbe Herald acknowledges the receipt of a copy of tho October calendar of the suoreme court from L. H. Brown, clerk of the supreme court. Only one case of pocket-picking came te light yesterday. A lady reported at Dolice headquarters that some one had stolen her pocketbook, containing $65. Mr. John F. Humphreys and son have gone to their ranch at "Humphreys' utation" on the Southern Pacific rail road, hoping to have a good time for a few days. Owing to the increase of business in the Main-street Savings Bank and Trust company, the governor has appointed J. M. Warrall, one of the bookkeepers of the bank, a notary public. Two settings of grain, a derrick and derrick wagon were burned yesterday at Savanna, on John Cushing's ranch. The McGarvin brothers, of Compton, owned the threshing outfit. The loss will amount to about $800. Undelivered telegrams at the office of the Western Union Telegraph company, corner of Court and Main streets, Sep tember 30th: John Been, Geo. A. " Davis, Hon. Chas. H. Toll, Captain Selby, W. F. Griggs, Simon Cannes. The chamber of commerce yesterday re ceived a carload of exhibits from Ven tura county,among which were five mam moth pumpkins, each of which weigh 176 pounds. Superintendent Wiggins has arranged them in pyramid form and will have tbe pile photographed. A. E. Cronenwett, of Monrovia, who has been instrumental in colonizing aboutso German families of Northeast .em Ohio iv the vicinity of Monrovia, informs this office that the first excur sion, comprising about 40 persons, will arrive at that place via the Santa F6 route Wednesday next. The Express last evening stated that , a telegram had been received in the ! city, announcing that the supreme court l>ad decided to allow the electric com . pany to run its cars on the tracks of the cable company, subject to the laws of the last legislature, and that tho supe rior court will fix the compensation for such a privilege. Court Fremont, A. O. F.of A., assisted ,by Courts O'ive and Los Angeles and the Angclena and Laurel circles, will give a tfree entertainment tonight at Masonic hall, No. 125'.j South Spring street. The exercises will be open at 8:30 p. m. with an address by Mayor Hazard. _ All For esters and companions and their friends are cordially invited. Sella' circus train met with quite a serious mishap yesterday morning. In switching in the Southern Pacific yards on San Fernando street several cars ran off the track and struck one of the iron supports of the cable car viaduct, tear ing it partly out and smashing the cars pretty badly. The injury to the viaduct necessitated the transfer of cable car passengers at that point. Last evening Colonel Geo. W. Frame, editor of the Boyle Heights Sayings, while enjoying the companionship of a few friends, became involved in a per gonal controversy with one of the par ties, and immediately revolvers were drawn and only for the interference of personal friends the result would have been serious. Friends of the parties en gaged have endeavored to keep the mat terquiet. American Composers. ,On Saturday evening, October 3d, will be inaugurated a seiies of concerts at which the music of American composers will be rendered. The originator of this idea is Papa Schurtz, of the Palace, who ia always in the lead of any move ment to please the public. The incom- f 'arable orchestra which has been de igbting visitors to that famous resort with gems from the music of the old world masters has been rehearsing for some time a programme of selections from the beet American composers, which will delight the heart of every patriotic citizen. A Herald reporter attended a rehearsal yesterday and in tbe rendition of the selections under Prof. Romandy's magic baton, was made aware of the beauties of the American composers. The programme has been selected lrom the works of such com posers as Brooks, Foster, White, Ro mandy and others whose mastery of the divine art entitles them to rank with the first musicians of the day, and their compositions could not be more worth ily rendered than by Prof. Romandy and his orchestra. Car extra fjne Bluefield bananas for trie Germain Fruit company from New Orleans, due to arrive October Ist. Members of Independent Bricklayers' Union No. 1 are requested to attend the meeting next Friday evening, as there is business of importance to be attended to; also report of committee that con cerns every member. St. Vincent's college, Grand avenue, opened its fall term September 7th. Tuition in all branches for session of ten months, $280. Day pupils, per month, $5.00. _ For sale, fine driving and draft horses, choice milch cows and thoroughbred Holstein bulls. Bonito Meadows, Wash ington street. J. E. Durkee. Engleson & Co., men's furnishers, for merly of 140 North Spring street, have removed to 112 South Spring street, op posite Nadeau. Don't forget that W. R. Burke & Co, 155 North Spring stteot, write insurance policies on buildings and contents at lowest lates and make prompt setileraeutß in case of loss; cap ital of comp*nle« represented, twenty millions Money loaned ut most reasonable terms. Notary Public same place. R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care folly drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 105. G. G. Jonnson, notary public, 212 West First Street, Nadeau block. Telephone 180. "Al ways in." _ Anthony Setawamin, R. R. ticket broker and notary public, 205 N. Spring st. Tel. 619. PERSONAL. W. I. Giddings, of New York, is at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Wright are at the Hol lenbeck from Orange. C. E. Lock, of Chicago, is in the city and is staying at the Nadean. Chas. L. Lincon, ot West Superior, Wis., is a guest at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harvey arc at the Hollenbeck from Constantine, Mich. 11. E. Henoch and J. 2. jLebolt, two Chicago commercial tourists, are at the Hollenbeck. John P. Coster and wife, tourists from Utica, N. V., have apartments at the Nadeau. W. H. Howe, of Nashville, Term., Bram Williams, of Chicago, 111., are at the Westminster. James Russell, of San Diego, was in the city, yesterday, and was heartily received by his many friends. J. W. Burks, of San Francisco, Chas. Coil, M. Diggs, of Woodland, Colo., Mrs. D. O. Cook, of San Diego, are at the Westminster. H. H. Hess, of New York; Max Abrahamson, H. T. Smith and Georse F. Drake, of San Francisco, are regis tered at the Nadeau. S. J. Mathes, who was in charge of California on Wheels, left yesterday for Chicago to accept a position with the Chicago and Rock Island road. J. W. Nance, editor of the Perris New Era, is at the Hollenbeck. Mr. Nance is engaged in furthering the celebration of the opening of the Perris water sys tem. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mo'ucur, of Dun dee, Scotland, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Ken nedy, of Guelph, Canada, and Mr. A. Moiller, of Havana, are registered at the Westminster. _ F. D. Andrews and wife, the crayon artists, have opened their studio at No. 231 South Broadway. THE POSTOFFICE. Either Francisco or Shoulters will Get There. The postoffice fight it is now said, on the authority of politicians who are on the inside, has resolved itself into two possibilities. One of two men will re ceive the appointment, the Herald's informant claims, and those two men are Mr. Francisco and Mr. Shoulters. In case Mr. Francisco is appointed Mr. Shoulters will remain assistant post master. Mr. Van Duzen, according to this theory, is not in the fight at all; how ever, a few days now will settle the mat ter. ■. ■ ■ ' , Louis H. Lettelier died at 10 o'clock yesterday morning at the residence of his parerrts, Seventeenth and Loa An geles streets, of typhoid fever. The de ceased was only 21 years of age and an only son. lie was a member of the Sig nal corps, First brigade N.G. C, the Royal Arcanum, American Protective league, Y. M. C. A. and Christian En deavor societies.. The disease which caused his death manifested itself but a few days ago, though it is supposed : that the germs were taken into bis sys tem during the National Guard encamp ment at Santa Monica. The date for the funeral, which will be attended by representatives of the above named or ganizations, has not been set. Ostrich Feathers. The ladies having old feathers can have them curled, renovated and dyed in fash unable shades, and transformed into dress trimming, or in any other style. Glace black guarauced AUo "Off fea hers msde to order, M'lliners' orders promptly attended to. Apply to Boussur &. Deste, Wi Second street. Pickles! Pickles! Pickles! Cal. Vinegar Workß. 555 Banning street, op posite soap factory, near Alameda and First streets one-naif block from electric light works, pays the highest price for cucumbers. Fine Bakersfleld Peaches for Canning At Evans's, successor to Althousc Bros., 102 West First street. The Metropolitan stables, 324 West First street, aro running a fine new line of Columbus Buggy company's buggies and pnaetons just pur chased of Messrs. Ho,wley, King & Co. Combination coffee, always freshly roasted, threo pounds for $1, at H Jevne's. A Gold Watch for St per week. Hollings worth Watch Club, 241 South Bpring street. Drink Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer H. J Woollacott, 124 and 126 N. Spring St., agent. H. J. Woollacott, agent for W. and A Gilbey, London. Finest llqu.>rs for medicinal use. The idea of establisning an observa tory on Mont Blanc has been aban doned. The ice was tunneled 100 feet without re citing the rock. P ? PRICE'S W DELICIOUS flavoring Extracts NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. Vanilla ° f Perfect purity. Lemon - Of great strength. Almond ZfEoonomylnthelruM f Rose etCrJ F,avor as delicately and deliclously as the fresh fruit. THE COSBY Electric and Supply Works, TELEPHONE 470. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS REPAIRING. WRITS OR CALL ON US AT 126 S. Main St. , 917 1m Millinery^Opening. IMPORTED NOVELTIES IN THE LATEST design ol Fall and Winter Hsts and Bon nets, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, October Ist, 2d aud ,ld, MISS R. M. "TOBIN'S, At J. T. Sheward's Dry Goods Store. 9-27-4t THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1891 Ie Can Sell You a Cliick ering Piano, or a Sobraer, at such Reasonable Prices and terms that you will wonder why you did not buy before. The why of it all is—We buy direct from the men who make them, hence you deal direct with the owners. Long experience and square dealing tell the story. Come and see us. ___________ The Day & Fisher Music Co., 9-19 106 NORTH SPRING STREET. Proprietors of Day's Music Store. ill , » ....... >...... ..... Holiday services will be held at the Masonic hall, No. 125% S. Spring street, commencing Friday evening, October 2, 1891. Rev. Dr. A. W. Edelman will officiate as lecturer, and Rev. J. Wolff will officiate as cantor during the holi days. Seats can be had at A. S. Joseph's, No. 217 S. Spring street, and at Henry Kline's, 104 S. Main street, and at the hall on Sunday, September 27th, from 2 till 4 o'clock. Ground bines by the sack. t"n or carlosd at lowest price. Giant Bone Mill, corner Aliso and i yon streets Los Angeles. Highest price paid for dry bones. Dr. M. Hilton Williams, Specialist in all the various diseases of tho Head, Throat aod Chest, Including ihe Eye, Ear and Iloart, OFFICE, 137 SOUTH BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES, CAL. All diseases of the Head, Throat and Chest treated by our new and improved system of Medical, it Inhalation* and Uomi.ound oxygen Gas, which carry the renndi s d.rectly to the disess-d parte, thereby effecting cures in many of theßo-call> d incurable cases, too greater part of whom h„d not the slightest idea of ever be ing cured. CONSUMPTION 1 From ' consume" — o watte away—usually ap plied to the advanced suge i f lung disease The following are prominent symptoms in Catarrhal consumption and in the first-tage, and woerever am oi them exist a thorough ex amination should always be made, with a view to arrest ihe disease i/ shown to exl-t There U usaally a sense of weariness up in a little ex r cise, i disposition to remain passive and idle, despondency, ofteti from no apparent cause, a peculiar sensitiveness 10 the effect of cold, and a brea'nlessness upon moving gui -k-ly onto scendii.gahill or stairs, a slight hanking cough, with or without expectoration, excitability upon sllgh' occasions flying painw through the chest or back, o under tne shoulder blades. The symptoms are more noticeable tow rd or during the night; slight fever In the afternoon; cold feet and hand*, or lummy cases b ! ue liv idiiv of the lips and roots ol the finger nails OoiiHtltutloiial or Tubercular i;<>usump tlonisa common form of lung disease. The progress is clow, but, if let to itself, i>o less sure. It usually begins with a dry cough. At first these tubercules are exneedituly minute, the patient not at all suspectine their pre-encn i.raduKlly they develop into more ac tve dis ease, und iheu follows tho train of s>niptoms which I avos n'< doubt as to its true character. Scu etimes Spitting of liioo I or slight strcat sin the mucus is the first indication of tubercular depo-it, Oi it may b- a etiilly -ensat>ot» in the [ back, followed by more or less heat in ihe palms | of the hands, or an afternoon flush ou the cheeks 'I he slow and gradual Inroads of this form of consumption leaves the stomach nnd appe lie uudi itiirbed for a cotisMerab'e lime. Fmxily. however, hectic fever and nlghtsweats sup rv.-ne, preceded i-y a diarrhoea. 1 hen the loss of streugtn and flesh becomes rapid, th chest contracts, the features sharpen, the eye attains an v nisual brilliancy, and the patient b gins to realize that he is in the last stage of confirme cotisti'utioual consumption. I have seen go many of these cases cired that I do not consider »ny c ise hopeless unless b th Lings are seriously involved. Hven then the C impou dux>gc" and oh r inhalations id u-in dissolving the mucus and in contracting and healing the cavities, which nothing else cao do wii h til ■ s • me success. The very best refer nces from those already cured. CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me in regard to ttieir eases had better call at ihe office for consultHioii and examination, but if impossible to do so Cau write for a copy of my Medical I'rea ise, c ntaiuing all tof questions. Address M HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., 137 SOUTH BROADWAY, 9-22-Gm Los Aneeles. Cal. SUNNY SLOPE TO THE FRONT. This beautiful tract of land needs no introduction to the residents of Southern Califor nia. Everyone who knows of Los Angeles county also knows of the L.J. ROSE'S SUNNY SLOPE RANCH AND WINERY, the productions of which have a national reputation. This tract In* been put on the market at the earnest solicitation of some of the oldest residents, who well know the vilue of it for all kinds of fruit and the fine surroundings whi h make the tract a VERITABLE PaKADISK FOR VILLA HOME*). There are three lines of railroad running frequent trains connecting this place with Los Anitel s—the Banta Feon the north, the Monrovia Rapid Transit extendniß through the c nler, and the Southern Pacific on t'>e south. A large portion of these lands are covered with heavy live oak timber, whico when converted Into wood will bring a return that will reduce the cost per acre quite materially. The FIRST 108 At: RES TO BE OFFERED lays south of and adjoining Lamanda Park, being just south of Colorado sireet and with in ONE THOUSAND FEET OF THE RAILROAD PASSENGER DEPOT, aud will be sold in tracts of five, ten and tweutyecres to suit purchasers at low prices, on five years' time at per cent Interest, and a reduction for all cash. WOOD &, CHURCH, 22T W. FIRST ST., Between Spring and Broadway, Los Angeles, and 12 E. COLORADO ST., PASADENA, have the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY of these la-ds, and will take pleasure in showing the tract and giving prices and ail information desired. Teams at our Pasadena office at dis posal of lnlendi g purchasers. Los Angele . patrons can go direct to the tract by rail. REMEMBER TH* OFFICE NUMBER, siet auiekiy, for these lands will not go begging. NILE"S , ' , pEAS E, Wholeiile and Retail Dealer ia all kinds of ■H Eastern Parlor and i Chamber Furniture! Carpets, . oi * Cloths > Linoleums Agent for Phoenix Folding Bed and the Welch Combination Folding Bed, the two beet beds in the market. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST ! New Nos. 337, 339 and 341 S. Spring St, Los Angeles, Cal. MONTEFIORE CONGREGATION. Bone Meal. J± FEW -}! DAYS MORE X— SCHOOL HATS! AT A REDUCTION. THE * WONDER ffr . MILLINERY, 219 S. SPRING STREET, BET. SECOND AND THIRD. Berlin Medical lostitute For the treatment of all Private, Chronic AND Nervous Diseases OF MEN AND WOMEN. Secret blood and skin d seams, sores, ulcers and swellings, nervous d bliity. impotency, spermatorrhoea, prosutorrhoea and all forms •■f weakened manhood or lost vii ility speedily and permanently cured. Secret error.* of youth and all their terrible effects, which. Ike ghosts of despair, sit perch ed upon every crag of the sufferer's broken frame, are quickly cured without unnecessary lass of time. Loss of memory, despondency, bashfuln- ss, and other troubles of mind and body readilu give way to ourtreatmei't. He rt disease, softcDiug of the brain and spine, insanity nnd other afflictions caused by the errors, cxce'Sis and diseases of hoys and men are cured and prevouted. Lost virility aud manly power restored, deformities removed an* organs res ortd to health. Dis eases caused by tlie use of mercury and poison ous drugs used in the Improper treatment of private diseases readily yield to ourpurely veg etable treatment. The tr>-atmentof the Berlin Medical Institute , • Hi- saf.-st best and sure't known to modern medicine. We use no patent nostrums. Every prescripilon is written by our staff surgeons and carefully compounded in our laboratory by expert chemists. Patients snd the sffllctcd, in all parts of the country, arc cordially invited to w rite us or call at our offices, where consultation and prescrip tion in free, a nominal charge only being msde ft medicine. Patients abroad, by writing us a thorough history of their rase, will be success fully trented by mall All consu'ntlons and communications sacred'y confidential. Office hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunda s, 10 a. m. to lIS noon and 2 to it p ni Address all communicatiors to Lock Box 1!>!»4, or jail at our offices, No 107 North Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. 9-14 illllf LAND! San Clemente Island For full particulars and transporta tion see W. W. FREEMAN, Rooms 55 and 56, New Wilson Block, CORNER FIRST AND SPRING STRBETS. Open evenings from 7 to 9 8-28 3m DENTISTRY I Rubber or celluloid plates ?3.ot> to|lO 00 Gold fillings 11.00 and up .■silver or amalgam Sue and up Cement fillings 50c ann up Gold or porcelain crowns $5.00 Bridge work $5.00 per tooth Extracting with gas a specialty. DR. J. P. TUDOR, KXFKKT DENTIST, N. E. Corner Third and Spring streets. 7-30 2m WISEMAN'S LAND BUREAU AND NOTARY PUBLIC, NO. 223 WEST FIRST STREET. Apply for circulars on Government and Stat* land. We are headquarters. P O Rot IBK.V Los Angeles 873<ri PEOPLE'S STORE. Thursday, Oetoberl, 1891. GENTS' -:- CLOTHING -H AT * COST X- Retiring frora Men's Clothing! What We Have at Your Own Price! A GREAT SALE! OF DRESS GOODS! _______________ Dress Goods Slaughtered Today Unmercifully. Double-fold cashmere, solid colors and blacks, 15c. Striped cashmeres, double-fold, 20c. Solid colored bengalines, the very latest weave, 18c. 36-inch diagonals, the very latest dress fabric, at 15c a yard ; these goods cost 20c to manufacture ;we sell them every day at 25c; if you need anything of the kind you will find this the best value you ever bought. Striped cashmere, a regular 50c cloth, all colorings, including black and white, in checks and stripes, at 25c a yard. A full line of cheviots, chevrons, checks, plaids and stripes, 40 inches wide, warranted every fiber pure wool, the very latest goods, sold in this town at (50c; offered to you today at 35c a yard. Colored cashmere, warranted Fiench importations; a quality that is sold all over this town at 75c a yard, 40 inches wide, counting 10 11 to 11-12 twills, at 40c a yard these goods are on display in our show windows; you cannot buy a cotton cashmere at this price and width. At 60c we offer a line of chevrons, camel's hair effects, Scotch cheviots; goods that were imported through Charles McCreary cte Co., of New York; they were intended to he sold tit $1 a yard. 40-inch wide camel's hair, in all the newest shades, at 80c a yard; regular value $1.25. At $1 per yard we are showing Scotch cheviots, 54 inches wide, made and in tended to be sold at 11.50 to $1.75 a yard. At $1.25 per yard we will sell you invisible polka dot camel's hair; goods that you cannot purchase in town under $2 a yard. At $1.50 per yard we will sell you a French habit cloth, in all the different shades; will match it against any $2.25 goods in this market. At $1.75 we will show you a French diagonal ladies' cloth; a similar quality would cost you $3; these are goods that we purchased from Lehmaier & Co. on the verge of their failure. At 50c a yard we will sell you a line of the very latest patterns of all wool, cloth effect Scotch plaids; goods that you cannot duplicate under 75c. At 50c a yard wo will sell you a line of homespuns that are worth 75c. At 50c a yard we will sell you the finest black all wool French cashmere that you cannot buy in this town under 75c. At $1 a yard wo will sell you silk warp Henriettas; $1.50 quality. At 25c a yard we can show you a line of black diagonals, black cashmeres and black jaequard mohair. At $1.25 we will show you a line of black camel's hair; regular $I.7squality. At $1 per yard we will show you the celebrated Bedford cord; regular- $1.50 goods. At $1.25 per yard we will show you the black jersey cloth, the very latest effect; worth $1.75. At $1 a yard you can buy from us black d'alma; regular $1 50 quality. We have put into dress goods alons this season something like $30,000. We have overstocked ourselves, and are compelled to let the goods go for the time be ing at less than cost. Every item that we have quoted above is a bargain; the goods that we mentioned at $1 a yard are tbe goods that you usually pay $1.50 tor. As you are aware, our merchandise today is of a much superior quality; we are showing as fine goods as are handled in this town; if on the purchase of 8 yards of goods $4 is a saving to you, come in and inspect ours; give us an oppor tunity to show you what this sale means, and if you find that our prices are not bargains, why we have done our duty. - LADIES' UNDERWEAR. We want to call your attention to an immense purchase of ladies' underwear that we have made, eclipsing anything in the line ever offered anywhere in this country. We are Belling today ladies' high neck, long sleeve, ribbed vests, in scarlet, pink and balbriggan effects, at 35c apiece, that are worth 75c. At 65c we are selling ladies' high neck, long sleeve, wool vests, ir gray, pink, natural cream and white, that are worth $1.25. We are selling a line of ladies' white scarlet, natural wool, jersey ribbed vesta at 75c, that are worth $1.50. At 95c we are selling a line of ladies' high neck, long sleeve, jersey ribbed wool vests, in white, natural and scarlet, that are worth $1.95. These are honest values; they are the prices at which we have to sell you these goods in the future. If these will induce you to purchase a line in advance of the season, why here they are. SHOE DEPARTMENT. We will sell you today a line of ladies' pebble goat or dongola kid shoes at $2 a pair; we will warrant their wear and compare them with any goods that you can buy in this town at $3. At $3 we are selling out a line of P. Cox & Co.'s shoes, as we do not intend to handle them in the future; the shoe is as good as any $4 shoe that you can buy in this town. At $5 we will sell you a Bhoe that is ordinarily sold at $6, and in some places at $7; it is as fine a shoe as you would want to wear if you paid $7 for it. In boyß' school shoes we*are Bhowing a shoe at $2 a pair; the best value that Ever we had; you cannot match it for $3 in town. Misses' school shoes at $1.50 a pair; we warrant the wear; everything about them is eolid leather. Hanan & Sons' fine men's shoes, in every last, the best shoe ever made for tho money; price, $5; if you want a shoe that will give you every comfort and satisfac tion, try a pair of these shoes. MISCELLANEOUS. We cannot enumerate every department in this house in a single ad. We have sterling values to ofler you in every department-not every day values, but exceptional bargains-things that you can pick up only once in a lifetime. A visit through our stores will do you good and save you money. A. HAMBURGER i SONS.