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LOS ANGELES HERALD j United States Weather Office. bteniirt of observations taken at Lou Angel ea November 90,18B1: Time. | Bar. I Ther. RH'm W< 5 07 a. m.tao.On! SO 37 Nl ft 07 p. m.!30.0l| 04 72 W 4 I 3 Km. tern., 81: mln. tern., 40. NEWS NOTES. The police had little or nothing to do yesterday. Tonight is ladies' night at the Los Angeles Athletic club. There was a masquerade ball at the skating rink last evening. Seventy-two had Thanksgiving dinner at the county jail yesterday. The Wheelmen's ball was well at tended last evening at Illinois hall. Undelivered telegrams at the West ern Union telegraph office, comer Main and Court streets. November 20th, for (1. W. Black, Dr. Hodghead, Lovell (cable). Noyes, the old-lime auctioneer, is at tending strictly to business and leaves this morning for Filrmore, Ventura county, where, he will conduct an ad ministrator's sale in the Surdam estate. Koyal Arcanum, Sunset Council, No. 1074, will meet at their hall, South Spring street, on Friday, the 27th clay of November, 1801, at 9 o'clock a. m., to proceed to pay the final duty to onr deceased brother, H. Wolfstein. D. W. Maloon, secretary. The magnificent new pipe organ now being placed in Immanuel Presbyterian church will be heard for the first time on Tuesday evening, December Bth,when Professor "Jardine will give a recital. The services of several of the leading musicians will be secured,for the occa sion. Word was recently received of the death of J. B. Emerick, at Tucson, Ariz., from consumption. Mr. Emerick was well known in this city where he spent last winter and gave pleasure Jto his many friends and the public by his singing. He went to Tucson expecting to secure relief from the disease which caused his death. Nearly all the cars belonging to the electric railway company were disabled yesterday, and in consequence the ser vice rendered was very unsatisfactory. The line suspended running in the morning, and did not get any cars out until afternoon, and then the number running was insufficient to accommo date visitors to the new athletic grounds and other points of interest. A few days ago the Herald published an article copied from one of the San Francisco papers in regard to Mr. E. A. Ray, the Southern Pacific agent at San Bernardino, who so mysteriously disap peared on the fourth of this month. The article stated that he had beeu drinking hard and was intimate with other women than his wife. His wife wishes to say that she emphatically de nies and disbelieves such a thing, as he neve' drank or cared for other society than her own. And although he has left her, and she does not know where he is, she believes he is either ill or out of his mind, aB he has been very sick for some time and has been taking cocaine for his trouble. Try Va!. Schmidt's mince pies. 113 West First street. For sale, fine driving anddraft horses, choice milch cows and thoroughbred Holstein bulls. Bonito Meadows, Wash ington street. J. E. Durkee. R D. List, notary public. Leg'l papers care fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone lU.j. G. G. Johnson, notary, Ins removed to 213 Wett Kirst street, opposite old office. Anthony Soliwainui. it. R. ticket broker and notary public, 20(j N. Spring st. ' Tel. tit!). PERSONAL. Capt. 6. W. Remington is at the Hol lenbeck from Cataliua. Mr. 11. riowman and sons, of San Fraoeieco and Portland, are visiting .■is iv this city for a few days. .\'v.-Kee Rankin, Miss Phyllis Rankin ana J. S. Purdy of the MeK.ee Rankin company are guests at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer, Paris; J. M. Li'lgerwood, Chicago; W. S.Morrow, Keo Heyman, H. Grassi,New York city, are at the Hollenbeck. Mr. Edgar A. Walz, of the Equitable Life Insurance company, ia here on hie inspection tour of the agencies of the company. A. M. Shields, tbe local agent, says that Mr. Walz' inspection district is the largest in tbe United States, reaching from Washington to San Diego, and including Nevada, Idaho and Oregon, OUR PHARMACISTS. A Social of the Pharmaceutical Asso ciation of Los Angeles. The members of the Pharmaceutical Association of Los Angeles had quite a social gathering at the Hollenbeck hotel on Wednesday evening, for the following purposes: First, to get acquainted with the members of the state board of pharmacy; and second, to get all information possible in regard to au act as passed by the last legislature, and approved March 11, 1891, to regu late the practice of pharmacy and sale of poisons in the state of California, which act goes in effect on the Ist day of January, 1892. Mr. Wolf, president of the local phar maceutical association, called the meet ing to order with a few well-conceived remarks in relation to the meeting, and called on Prof. W. M. Searby of San Francisco, member of the California state board of pharmacy and also professor of materia medica at the California College of Pharmacy, and dean of tbe faculty. Professor Searby elucidated clearly the provisions o f the new pharmacy law, and also urged the local membera to join the California State Retail Drug gists' association for the benefit of their future in business relations. Dr. S. H. Melvin of Oakland, presi dent of the California state board of pharmacy, explaiued the necessity of the study of pharmacy iv all its branches in attaining the requirements of a good pharmacist, and also called attention to the Pharmaceutical association of Cali fornia, which society is a scientific asso ciation for further development in the profession. The State Pharmaceutical association will have their next annual meeting at Los Angeles in May, 1892, at which time the state board of pharmacy will beprea THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27 1891. ent for further examination of candi date* in pharmacy. The other members of the state board of pharmacy took quite an interest in solving questions in the new pharmacy law, and were responded to by some of our local druggists. All being satisfied with the new organ ization in pharmacy, and having thanked the board for their kind information, the meeting adjourned. THE MAYOR'S REPLY. He Defends Himself Against Mr. Rees's Attack. Mayor Hazard will today send a volu minous communication to the council. in reply to the charges made two weeks ago by Councilman Rees. The mayor takes Mr. Rees's speech and replies to it in detail. Some extracts from the docu ment are as follows: In beginning he [Mr. Rees] says: "Since the last meeting of the council 1 have carefully examined the message of Mayor Hazard, which was read to us last Monday, and I must admit if the statements therein were true the members of this body should hang their heads in shame." I will ask Mr. Rees to be kind enough to point to a single sentence of that message that is not true, or if true would cause any mem ber to hang his head in shame. These are the statements made in the message and not a solitary one of which he attempts to refute. Let us read : "In September, 1800, when the mayor was a member of tbe park commission, lie and others approved the demand of F. W. Chase for fOSS 85 for labor which had been done at the instigation of the mayor and other park commissioners." ! I was not a member of the park com- I mission in September, 1800, and had not | Been for a long time, and in my com | munication to the council of September I 13, 1800, to which Mr. Rees refere and from which he quotes, ehowing that he read that communication and must therefore know the contents thereof, I state in so many words that "the board of park commissioners having organized under the state law, of which board I am not a member." He says that "on September, 1800, the mayor and other members of the park commission ap proved the demand of Mr. Chaee." 1 did nothing of the kind. I was not a mem ber of the board and had no control over their actions. ' lam further charged with the viola tion of the spirit and terms of the ordi nance establishing the emergency fund in obtaining from that fund the sum of $25, to assist in paying my expenees in going to Sacramento in the interest of the city, the objection being that Mayor Hazard should have presented the bill for expenses in the usual way, and not establish such a dangerous precedent for other weak mortals to follow. I don't think there is any danger of weak mor tals like Mr. Rees following the prece dents made by me at that time, because the $25 which I obtained of the city was a small part of the money I paid out on that trip. I paid the Southern Pa cific railroad: Return tickets for myself and wife— ? 00 00 Sleeper on cars 10 00 Hotel bill. Golden Eagle, 8 days.... 48 00 Incidentals on trip, including meals, porter, hacks, etc., and incidentals. 15 00 Total U3:i OO The mayor than cites a number of in stances where he paid his official expen ses out of his own pocket, and tells the story of how he won the case of De Groot vs. the city. The mayor concludes as follows : If there ever was anything in regard to these Lockwood claims that 1 have desired to suppress from auy one, I bave never known It. My action in regard thereto must be a conclusive refutation thereof. And if the charge made in that report, which was adopted by your hon orable body, is true that 1 withheld im portant information from the city attor ney. 1 freely confess that I am unworthy to "occupy the positiou to which the people of the city have elected me, and I ask that the report be returned to the committee, and that I be informed of the information I withheld. That I may satisfy your honorable body that its untrue, I submit in all candor that I am entitled to a modifica tion of tbat report or the IhVebtigatioll which I suggest, and I hope your ideas of fairness will grant it. The subject matter of his abuse of me is my veto message of the McLain de mand, and in no place in it has he the manhood to copy a solitary sentence in that message. I have answered every charge made against me as fully as the circumstances will permit, and I can say frankly that my conscience justifies me iv what I have done in that behalf. I concede to him the right to criticise, but in the future I hope that the truth will constitute an essential element iv whatever he may have to say of me. Respectfully, Hen by T. Hazard, Mayor. November 25, 1801. AN ARKANSAS RACK WAR. Blacks and Whites Up in Anns at Gur don, Arkansas. Gurdon, Ark., Nov. 26.—Tonight Town Marshal Huffman proceeded to arrest a negro on the charge of stealing. A crowd of negroes overpowered the marshal and released the prisoner. The officer sum moned a posse, and a general skirmish ensued. The whole town came out in force. Guns, knives and revolvers were freely used. Balls from Winchesters flew in every direction, but as far as learned, no damage was done, besides the killing of one white man, name not learned, and the wounding oi a negro. The negroes are thoroughly aroused and it is feared will make an attack upon the whites during the night. A Solemn Warning. New Yobk, Nov. 26.—At a meeting tonight of the municipal council of the Irish National league, resolutions were passed declaring it necessary to solemnly warn the people of Ireland that they can receive no further support, moral or financial, from this country until they call a halt in the war of factions and re unite. Troll ing for JKecorda. There will be trotting at the Agricul tural park every Saturday and Wednes day until the wet weather sets in. Horses will be sent for records. There is more experience, time and brain work represented in ilie preparation of Hooa's Sursaparilla than in any other medicine. It is this which makes Hood's SarsapariUa peculiar in its curative power and in the remarkable cures it effects. Give it a trial. The Herald job department has just completed a 10,000 edition of a fine illustrated catalogue and price list for the Unique Glove, Corset and Hosiery emporium, 235 South Spring street. Call or write for one. Don't forget that this is the last week of the great reduction sale of clothing at Abernethy's, 117 South Spring street. Do yon want help? If so, insert an ad on our classified page. Drink Dblheck Champagne, H. i. Wool.*. cott agent. A PIANO THAT WILL WEAR | ONE HUNDRED YEARS! I -51 T H EC if- WHEELOCK I WITH TIIK PATENT SOFT STOP. CALL AND EXAMINE. DAY & FISH EN MUSIC CO. STEIN WAY A SONS* P I A N O S! BROADWAY MUSIC STORE. . george s. marygold, HOLE AGENT. SPECIAL BXCDRSWH! . n T&^jg& THE GILA BEND UESKRVOIR AND IRRIGATION COMPANY OF ARIZONA, have 2&0, 000 acres of government land under their canal system, subject to entry under the Homestead or Desert Act, which can be secured for $ 13.75 per acre, including a perpetual WATER RIGHT of one inch to three acres. These lands aro adapted to the raising of CITRUS FRUITS, as well as all other products common to a semi-tropic climate. This is an exceptional opportunity for per sons of limited means to secure a home that in a few years will become very valuable. For lull information cull on or address C. W. MAXSON, GEN'L AQENT, 11-1-lm (Hia Bend Reservoir & Irrigation Co., 138 South BpriugSt., Los Angeles. CaL ARIZONA NOTES. Prescott Miner. James S. Douglass, superintendent of the Senator mine, returned on last night's train, accompanied by his bride. Richard S. Barnes aud wife of New York arrived here on Saturday's train. The former is president of the Ora Bella Mining company. W. H. Brotherton, who was announced by the Journal-Miner as passing through Prescott Junction a few weeks ago with a wheelbarrow, en route to the east from San Francisco, died a few days ago of mountain fever, at La Junta, Colorado. The S. F., T. and P. engineer corps have completed the permanent location of the line south of town as far as the summit. There have been five prelim inary lines run out. of town, the one finally selected being the one that fol lows Granite creek. The engineers ex pected to move their camp today from six, to eight miles further south. A much easier grade has been obtained in the permanent location of the line than it was thought possible could be secured iv making the preliminary survey. Xogalts Herald. The first car load of oranges from So nora, of this season's shipment, passed through Friday, consigned to St. Jo seph, Mo. Adeodato Campbell, formerly judge of the first instance for the district of Magdalena, Sonora, died in Magdalena on the 18th instant. Ben Williams, superintendent of the Bisbee copper mines, accompanied by his family and a party of friends, passed down tbe road Thursday to Guaymas, where they are speuding a few days sniffing the salt sea air. A Chinese farmer in fconoita valley was yesterday proposing to supply Nogales customers each week or month with potatoes fresh from the hill during the winter. Is there another euch country in the United States? Graham Bulletin. All the estimates of the cost of ma ferial for building the new telegraph line have been received. The work will be commenced at the earliest day prac ticable and pushed to completion. Considerable excitement is reported at Clifton over recent rich strikes at Gold Gulch mining camp, two and a half miles from Morenci. Some very precious ore is being extracted from a number of claims, aud from present in dications, that promises to be one of the best mining camps in Arizona. Another patty of thirty-two Apache Indian children passed through Solomon ville on Friday last ou their way to school. They 'were in charge of Prof. "Don't Keep Them" "I do not keep them" said the grocer when asked for Dr. Price's Delicious Flavor ing Extracts, "but I can sell you another kind, at a less price that will be equally as good." Being an old custom er and having confidence in the grocer, the lady consent ed. -The result was when she used the extract Lemon, the ice-cream had the taste of turpentine and when the cake was flavored with the Vanilla it had the strong, rank taste of the poisonous snuff bean. The extracts were not genuine — were made cheap so as to afford a better profit. You will never fail to find Dr. Price's flavors on the shelves of every gro cer who seeks to give satis faction to his customers by recommending the purest and best articles. NIEES PEASE, **mjuc~r'®"'~'~' Wholtnle aid Retail Dealer in ill kind* ol I J j|| Eastern Parlor and . Jr-1 [ Chamber Furniture! sjjjfcifcl'. ;JiBB Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums Window Shades, Etc. Agent for Phoenix Folding Bed and the Welch Combination Folding Bed, the two beet beds in the market. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST I New Nos. 337, 389 and 841 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CaL David S, Kpck, of New York, who is the United State 3 supervisor of Indian edu cation, aud is said to be a most excellent man. These children all go to Santa Fe, New Mexico, except two boys that go to Albuquerque. Prescott Courier. The Rupert brothers are reported to have made a rich strike in their north extension of the Blue Dick mine. It is stated that a letter has been re ceived at Fort Whipple from official sources conveying the cheering news that Fort Whipple will not only not be abandoned but will be enlarged and made the headquarters of the military department. Hope it is true. Articles of incorporation of the Vir ginia Uold Mining and Milling company are being published in the Courier. The Yarnell group of mines, recently pur chased, comprise the properties first placed by this company. Incorporators are E. Burgess, Frank R. Biedler, H. N. Palmer, Harrison Yarnell, Jesse F. Ed gar. FIGS AND THISTLES. You can't tell how much a lion weighs by his roar. Make suffering impossible, aud joy has no meaning. No man is fully saved until ho is saved from himself. Look where you are going aud know where you are looking. The laws which control us most are those which have never been written. If thoughts could kill, there are not many people who would not have their own private graveyard. Being afraid of fire and brimstone may make some people behave themselves, but it does not make them love each other. Nobody is ever glad to see the man who comes around when you have just made a mistake about something and tells you what he would have done In your place. — Rain's Horn. , "Now, let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on loth," is a favorite toast after taking Amtostura Bitters. Dr. J. ti B. biegert <£ Sails, manufacturers. Boys' and children's drers and school suits, overcoats, etc., at less than cost, to close them out, at Abernethy's, 117 South Spring street. Dr. Parker, dentist, formerly of Third and Broadway, has removed to 140 N. Spring st. Frank X. Engler, Piano tuner and repairer, 316 W. Second street. Barley Crystals At Jevne's. Wesncr's photos are the best. 127 West First street. ifOBOBOVaya DRESSMAKING! Tliis department is under the mannge ment ot tl c most experienced aud thorough cutter and fitter on this Coast. For perfec tionofnt style, and ortaiDilitv of design, she is without a peer. TOURInTS can have their suits made in one day's time, and be assured of satisfaction. MOURNING suits given special attention. Bring your own material, or you can make a selection from a high and exclusive class of novelty dress patterns from my stock. Prices as low as any first-class costumer. FURS A I.TURKU AND REPAIRED. AU kinds of fur work done in the bouse. The only place in Southern California. Sealskins refitted, renovated and redyed: short notice and at very reasonable prices. All work guaranteed first-class. MOSGROVE'S, The Leader, 119 8. Bpring St., - - Los Angeles. WAGNIERE ELECTRIC & MANCFACTDRING CO. Brass Foundry and Machine Shop. Machines Repaired and Exchanged. Tool Making and Uear Cutting. I Electrical Work and Supply a Specialty. No.' 700 Spring and Seventh Street. PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO., Undertakers and Embalmers. No. 140 North Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Always open. Telephone No. 61. PEOPLE'S. STORE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1891. We will place before you an assortment of values exceptional in price and quality, in order to retrieve the sales that we miss on Thursday. We will make a special effort to quote you a line of merchandise at prices so low during Fri day and Saturday, they will tempt you to invest whether you have wants or no. OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. Gaining trade and building up solidly upon the basis of the beat merchandise for the least money. There was a time when certain shoe houses in this town mocked us in our infancy, laughed at our ability, ridiculed us with the quantity of stock we carried; but oh ! how different then from now. Today we are the champions of the best makes of men's and ladies' shoes in the United States. To day we carry the palm and they carry the bag of wind. Today our department sails under the colors of the most celebrated makes of shoes in tbe United States. The straightforward path is the right one and leads to success. Our business in creases and naturally follows the satisfaction that is given to our patrons. Our men's shoes are made hy Hanan & Son and Lilly, Brackett & Co., ac knowledged to be the two best makes of men's shoes in the United States. Both of them are anxious to have us push their lines, and give us the sale of their gQpda knowing that in our hands they are well cared for. Hanan & Son's finest French calf, Goodyear welt, any styles or last, $5; this same shoe is sold by other merchants who have the exclusive sale of these goods at $6 and $6.50 a pair. . Lilly Brackett's fine French calf men's shoes, as good a shoe as made by any body, from $2.50 to $4.05 a pair; the shoe that we are selling you today at $2 we can never Bell you again under $3 when this shoe is sold; we' are overstocked in them; it iB our regular $3.50 shoe, and under ordinary circumstances would not take $3.50 a pair for them ; will wear you as well as a $5 shoe ; of course it has not the stock, number or tbe workmanship. In ladies' shoes we are selling among others the well-known make, as fine a line of ladies' shoes as is turned from the last; we sell these goods in prices rang ing from $3.25 up to $6.50 a pair; no matter whose make of shoe, we guarantee every shoe we sell in our bouee. We sell you a line of ladies' fine French dongola, plain or patent leather tip shoe at $2.50 a pair; warranted the best shoe for the money ever sold. We have a special sale of ladies' kid shoes, all leather, warranted, at $1.25 a pair. Ladies' opera toe slippers, a line to close out at 75c a pair; this is a very good slipper, and worth a great deal more money. Misses'heal shoe, $1 a pair; sold for this price because they have heels on them, otherwise the shoe is as good as any other misses' shoe we have in stock. We are closing out a line of men's call button shoes at $2 a pair; our regular price on these goods is $3.50. We are closing out a line of ladies' Rochester made shoes, made by as good a manufacturer as makes shoes, at $2 a pair, we always sold at $3.50. CLOAK DEPARTMENT. We can sell you some very nice cloakg at $5; we can sell you a very choice cloak, astrakhan trimmed, reefer style, at $7.50. We can sell you at $10 a lino of black cloth jackets, fur collar and fur lapels running all the way down the garment, that you'll find exceptionally cheap. From $12 to $15 we have some beauties in tbe line of novelty garments; if you want anything in the cloak line, it will certainly pay yon to see what we have before making your purchases, aB we think we can save you just about one-half. » DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. On Tuesday of next week we are obliged to move onr dress goods department in the rear of our store in order to give the space which it now occupies to our books and holiday novelties, which we will open ou tbe Ist of December.. There fore during the remainiog days we will make exceptional prices in thia depart ment to dispose of as much of the stock as we possibly can. We have some very desirable pattern suits, ranging in prices now from $7 to $15, which are worth double the price asked ; they combine the very latest mate rials and the newest effects in fall dress goods, and so far as price goes are more than reasonable. We have on special sale Friday and Saturday, as long as they last, a line of 40 inch all woot plaid and striped drees goods at $2.80 the suit; the regular price of these goods is $4. We also have a line of gray twilled wool dress goods on sale at 25c a yard;and at the eaino price we have a variety of solid colored dress goods, invisib'e stripes, in fancy weaves, as well aB some wool plaids and stripes, which you will find very cheap merchandise. In our black dress goods department, and in our silk stock, you will find some exceptional values. Our black dress goods etock has been cheaper and better this year than ever since we bave been in business; we have had to duplicate two or three times. BASEMENT DEPARTMENT. We are now in full blast to show you our holiday stock of toys, dolls, car riages, games, fancy articles and novelties of all description. We have a choice line of wagons, bicycles and buckboards; the most we can say is that the line is very choice and the prices more than reasonable. In our show window you will find displayed a line of children's toy china sets, also a line of if ter dinner coffees; they are a email line bought from an importer at less than the cost of importa tion, and they are sold to you at importation prices; you will find tbe gfoodb very choice, and in the crockery stores you will probably bave to pay double the price we ask you for them. We have a line of extra large kid bisque head dolls on special sale at 59c apiece; these dolls are worth double the price asked. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. We do not need to do much talking to sell goods in this department; we are getting down to the tail end; when we offer you men's caesimere pants for $1 a pair and men's all wool suits for $6 a suit, we do not bave to tell you that they are cheap; if you do not buy now you ought to have a house fall on you. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. We have a very extensive line of boys' clothing, and at the price and quality that does the talking for us ie what makes our patrons and sella our merchan dise . We have a line of union cassimere suits, not aatinettes, at $1.50. Another line of boys' wool suits, $2.05. At $2.05 we give you a very nice suit indeed. At $3.50, $3.75, $4.50, $4.75, $5 and $5.50, we give you boys' wool suite that are matchless for the prices we quote; you can see them displayed in our show windows without stepping on the inside of our house; the style of this garment and the quantity of goods that we carry in it shows that we are doing business, and our prices are less than others. A. HAMBURGER I SONS.