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A CHICKEN SHOW.
A Number of Fanciers to Arrive Today. The Coming Meeting: of the National Association. Interesting Features of the Double Exhibition. Some of the Notable Chicken Men Who Are to He Here—Fine Thor oughbred, to Be Ex hibited. This evening the majority of the eastern delegates to the annual meeting of the National Foultty association will arrive in our city over the Southern Pa cific road. There will be about 100 prominent poultrymen in the first party and tomorrow morning 100 more delegates will arrive on the Pacific Coast steamship from San Francisco. The meeting of the national association will open in Armory hall on Wednes day morning and from the entries re ceived there will be over 2000 thorough bred chickens on exhibition here, one of the largest and best exhibits yet made by the association in the United States. Secretary Goodwin, of the Los Angeles County Poultry association, has had his hands full for some time past in prepa ration for the event. There was a largely attended meeting of the local association Saturday evening. There will be a public reception tendered the delegates on Wednesday evening at Armoryhall by the chamber of commerce. An ad dress of welcome will be delivered by Mayor Hazard, and all city and county officials have been invited to be present. Arrangements have also been made to drive the delegates to different sections of the city. A committee was appointed to meet the visiting members of the Ameri can Poultry association at the Southern Pacific depot on Monday, 9th inst., at 10 p. m., ana escort them to the Nadeau hotel, which will be their headquarters. A large number of entries were re ported, and it was decided to extend the date for receiving them to February 9th. The session of the American Poultry association which will open here on Wednesday, will last until February 18th, and will be their seventeenth an nual meeting. The premiums which will be awarded to exhibitors of thor oughbred poultry will amount to $1000, , while many additional prizes will be given by concerns interested in the poultry business, directly or indirectly. The judges selected to pass on the exhibit are Mr. H. A. Bridges, of Colum bus, Ohio, and Mr. George O. Brown, of Baltimore, Md. These two gentlemen are known to every poultry breeder of any prominence on the American conti nent, and they are today considered as two of the best judges of thoioughbred ' poultry to be found anywhere on the globe. Mr. Bridgeß is already in the city and Mr. Brown will arrive here this evening. In addition to a very large and com prehensive display of poultry, there will also be quite an exhibit of pigeons, and exhibitions will be arranged to illustrate the powers and trained intelligence of the carrier pigeons, the members of the Pacific Coast Pigeon association hav ing signified their intention to take a prominent part in this feature of the ex hibit. Another point about the coming show will be a varied exhibit of patent incubators, nearly all of the firms manufacturing these ''chicken producers" having announced that they would have incubators on view con stantly hatching out chickens by means of hot air or steam heat. The president ol the American Poul try association, MR. ORREN SCOTTEN, of Detroit, Mich., will arrive in the city this evening. Mr. Scotten is a gentle man of vast and varied information with regard to all points in connection with the development and culture of thor oughbred poultry and has made one of the most efficient and progressive presi dents that has ever held the chief office of the association. The efficient and energetic secretary of the society, Mr. George F. Peer of Rochester, N. V., is another gentleman who is fairly loaded down with valuable information with regard to the thoroughbred denizens of the barnyard. One of the most famous thoroughbred cocks in the country, Empire Boy, owned by Mr. E. A. Howe of Brightwood, Mass., will be on exhibition here, and will doubtless be an object of absorbing in terest to all true admirers of fancy fowl. Empire Boy is of the Indian game vari ety, and he stands withont a rival in America. Another thoroughbred bird that will arrive here today is "Peerless." a Buff Cochin owned by Mr. George E. Peer of Rochester, N. V., the secretary of the association. "Peerless" is the ideal bird of the Buff Cochin class in America, being a perfect bird on all points, and his owner would not sell him for $3000—certainly a fancy price to the uninitiated, for a barnyard beauty, but one that a poultry bleeder would consider too low for such a perfect bird. Among the select pens of thorough bred birds to be seen here will be a pen of Light Brahmas, exhibited by Mr. Philander Williams of Taunton, Mass. Mr. Williams's Brahmas have anatioual reputation, and can certainly be classed as ideal specimens of that variety. A pen of exceedingly fine white Wyan dottes will be exhibited by Mrs. McFad den of Santa'JAua, and there is no doubt that they will rank high in uphold ing the reputation of Southern Califor nia as a thoroughbred .poultry-breeding THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1892. community. They are certainly as fine specimens of White Wyandottes as can be seen anywhere, and Mrs. McFadden WILLIAMS' LIOHT BRAHMAS. can well be proud of her exhibit. An other display will be made by Mr. O. J. Albee of Lawrence, Cal. He has en tered about fifty birds, and we are satis fied that he will show some ideal birds of Dark Brahmas, and be especially strong with his celebrated White Langshans. Mr. J. G. Eayley of Oakland, an experienced poultry breeder, will have an elaborate exhibit made up of Golden Wyandottes, Buff MRS. M'PADDKN'S WYANDOTTES. Cochins, Andalusians, Red Caps and Rouen and Pekin ducks, the latter be ing especially fine. Mr. Ira Keeler of Prospect, Ohio, is coming to the show with a fine pen of Golden Wyandottes, and Mr. G. F. Gast of Prospect, Ohio, expects to capture some solid premiums with his Black Wyandottes, BuffCockins, Bantams! and Siver Wyandottes, while Mr. T. T. Jones of the sRm« place is on a still hunt with his Buff Cochins and Red Caps. Mr. H. A. Bridges will exhibit some fine Plymouth Rocks, and C. T. Paul of this city will come to the front and uphold the fair fame of Los Angeles with a superb pen of Plymouth Rocks. W. H. B. JONES, LIGHT BRAHMA. Mr. A. E. Olshausen of Los Angeles will make a liberal and select exhibit of Buff Cochins, Silver-laced Wyandottes and Pekin Bantams that will no doubt be heard from when the premi ums are awarded. Mr. S. Tyler will contribute several pens of select poultiy and will make an elaborate exhibit of pieons. His collection will include Antwerps, Dragoons, Saddleback, Swal lows, Nuns, Barbs, Turbots and Booted Fantails. Another exhibit that will greatly re flect to the credit of California will be the exhibit of Mr. H. (i. Kreshling of San Jose. It embraces several pene of Mottled Leghorns, which will doubtless be viewed with great interest by poultry breeders, as they are exceedingly rare. The Pacific Incubator company will make an exhibit of 100 birds of different varieties of thoroughbreds, and alto get her there will be 2000 birds of the different thoroughbred varieties to (he eeen at the show. The officers and members of the Los Angeles County Poultry association have been working most assiduously for the success of the coming poultry show, and they deserve great credit for the eminently satisfactory results which have been achieved. La Grippe 1 The tendency of this disease toward pneumonia is what makes it dangeious. La grippe requires precisely the same treatment as a severe cold. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is famous for its cures of severe colds. This remedy successfully counteracts the tendency of the disease to result in pneumonia, provided that proper care be taken to avoid exposure when recovering from the attack. Careful inquiry among the many thousands who have used this remedy during the epidemics of the past two years has failed to discover a Bingle case that has not recovered or that has resulted in pneumonia. Fifty cent and $1 bottles for sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main street. As Staple as Coffee. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is as staple as coffee in this vicinity. It has done an immense amount of good since its introduction here." —A.M. Nordell, Maple Ridge, Minn. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main street. The quickest time and best service from Los Angeles to the east is made by the Santa Fe route. The equipment nbt excelled. Tourist sleeping-car ex cursions, with gentlemanly agent in charge, through to Boston, leave Los Angeles every Thursday. Information concerning time and routes to all eastern cities cheerfully furnished at ticket office, 129 North Spring street, or at First street station. D"PRICES fiofrW Baking U^jPowdei: Used in Millions of Years the Standard. WANTS HER HUSBAND Brit He Has Gone with An other Man's Wife. The Quest of a Deserted Wife From Seattle. A Story of Double Marital Infidelity Reported by the Police. A Husband Who Despoiled Hi. Wife of Her Fortune- He Come, to Log Angeles and Slopes with a Married Woman. On yesterday morning's train from the north a good looking woman of about 40 arrived in the city. She took a cab, drove to the Jackson hotel on Third street, and registered there as Mrs. M. A. Harrington, Seattle, Wash ington. She was given room 10, and after a short rest inquired for the police station, and walked over to headquar ters on Second street. Here she was closeted a time with the officials, and told her tale of woe. She had come down in search of her truant husband, who left Seattle a couple of weeks ago. She said she was married to Harring ton, who is younger than she, several months ago. She had money. Har rington had nothing. The devoted hus band, immediately after the wedding, used all his insinuating powers to per- suade his wife to lend him a sum of money in order, he said, to go into business. He wanted $1800 to establish a first-class restaurant in Seattle. Eventually the confiding woman real ized on some property of hers and gave him the $1800 asked for. A restaurant was really fitted up, but Harrington did not pay more than $300 on the outfit. In the meantime, he was getting all his affairs in shape bo as to run away, and finally made his escape. Mrs. Harrington, in looking over her husband's effects, found that he had been corresponding with a woman in Los Angeles, and at once arrived at the conclusion that he had come down here to meet his inamorata. She accord ingly started on the chase, and, as re lated, arrived here yesterday. A description of the truant husband at once establishes his identity with a man who had been about town for a few days. The detectives went on a still hunt to locate him, and within an hour or two had sad news for Mrs. Harrington. Her husband had already left the city, and had taken with him the other woman in the case. A sensational feature in the matter lies in the fact that the woman who ran away with Harrington, is also mar ried, and has left her husband. She was the wife of a prominent restaurant man of the city who, at the same time is one of the most popular men about town. It is expected that Mrs. Harrington will swear to a complaint this morning so that her embezzling husband and his. companion may be pursued. THE RAILROADS. What the "Call" Says of the Califor nia and Nevada. "Vice-President A. A. Grant of the California and Nevada road, who is now east, is expected back about the 25th inst., says the San Francisco Call. It is reported on good authority that he went east for the purpose of raising funds for pushing the little line through to Salt Lake. It is given out that the ex tension to Walnut creek will be built during the coming summer. The pres ent terminus on the Moraga ranch is about twelve miles from Walnut creek. Work is being carried on by the Pacific Construction and Improvement com pany, a corporation which bought out both the California and Nevada Rail way company and the Moraga Land company. It is a singular fact that all the head men in the organization were formerly associated with the Santa Fe. Mr. Williamson in still land commis sioner of the Atlantic and Pacific, Mr. Grant built nearly all the Santa F6 lines in Southern California, and Mr. Real, the superintendent, was once di vision superintendent of the Atlantic and Pacific, with headquarters at The Needles. The coming convention of the Ameri can Association of General Passenger and Ticket Agents will be held at Del Monte. The opening session will be held on Tuesday. March 15th. W. A. Boyle," the Santa Fe passenger agent in Chicago, will be in the city in a few days. General Ticket Agent T. H. Goodman of the Southern Pacific will arrive to morrow from Mexico, on his way to San Francisco. A Reliable Remedy. Allcock's Porous Plasteks never fail to give speedy proof of their efficacy as the best external remedy for Weak Back, Rheumatism, Colds, Coughs, Kidney Difficulties. Liver and Stomach Affections, Strains and ail Local pains. They have been in use for over thirty years, and their value has been attested by the high est medical authorities as well as by voluntary and unimpeachable testimonials from thou sands who nave used them. Ast for Allcock's, and let no solicitation or explanation induce you to accept a substitute. Ice Cream Season, 1892. Christopher & Billings are determined to manufacture the finest en am, sherbets, etc., ever made on the coast. Old patrons know what this means. At Germain's, 123 South Spring. Tel. 414. Our Horns Brew. 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Special and in/allible specifics also prepared for Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilitic and Kidney and Bladder trouble. •TaaF-All communications strictly confiden tial and private. OFFICE HOURS: From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Sundays, from 10 to 12. 11-14 8m GRAND EXHIBITION ORIENTAL ART GOODS! TURKISH-PERSIAN Rugs, Carpets, Palace Embroideries, Cnnos, Etc., Direct imported from Turkey, BY M. B. MIH RAN. The Exhibition opens on Friday, February 12th, at 246 South Spring street. The entire stock will be Bold out AX AUCTION! SATURDAY and MONDAY,Feb. 13thand 15th, at 10:30 a. m. and 2:00 p.m. Wait for this grand Bale, there will be big bargains in Rugs the like yet never offered. MATLOCK & BEBD, 2 0 lot Auctioneers. I aMaVHanHHana CONSUMPTION CURED. HALL'S BALSAM FOB THE LUNGS Has been a never-failing family remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, "LA GRIPPE," SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS. PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, INFLUENZA, ACUTE AND CHRONIC BRONCHITIS. 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TELEPHONE 536. 2-4 7t Prices low for spot cash, or will sell on install ments. 451 SOUTH SPRING STREET, Between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Telephone 984. P. O. box 1921. 7-21-tf ILLICH'S RESTAURANT. Everything New and Firtt-clus. 146 ana 14? N. Main Street. apOMf JBBRY ILUOH Proprietor, AN OPPORTUNITY That may not occur again in a lifetime. We are forced to vacate our store, Nov, 120 North Main street, and will offer the entire stock at auction, consisting in part of Diamonds, Watches, Rings, Chains, Bracelets, Optical Goods, Clocks, Solid Silver Ware, Table Cutlery, Novelties, etc., which we will sell to the highest bidder, without reserve. For convenience of sale, the stock has been removed tot our new store, No. 126 South Spring, where the sale will take place, commencing Monday evening, at 7:30 p.m. Remember that our necessity is your opportunity, and we are anxious that our old and regular customers avail themselves of this extraordinary opportunity. A child can purchase at this sale as well as an expert, as every article offered will be guaranteed strictly as represented. Sales every evening, 7:30 p.m. Ladies respectfully invited to attend our sales. L. M. WAGNER. H. A. REED, Auctioneer. ORANGE LANDS! GREAT BARGAINS-e : AT : SOUTH RIVERSIDE. The finest Orange and Lemon Lands are found in this flourishing colony and the location is unsurpassed. GREAT ABUNDANCE OF WATER. Another pipe line is about to be constructed, bringing additional lands under < irrigation. PRICES EXTRAORDINARILY LOW. Water is sold with the land. No bonds; no uncertainty as to quantity or price of water. Water conveyed in pipes to the lands. The lands are adapted to the culture of all fruits common in Southern California. Here is the place for Homes and Investment. ORANGE HEIGHTS Is a new and attractive subdivision of a portion of the high mesa land of South Riverside Colony, and being frostless and not subject to injurious winds, offers special advantages for the culture of the LEMON.ic- The best authorities in Southern California commend these lands for the rais ing of Lemons. One syndicate is arranging to plant 1000 acres in Oranges and Lemons, one-half each. Aside from its wonderful advantages as a fruit-producing colony, South River side is an important manufacturing point. The Pacific Clay Manufacturing com- Eany's vitrified Bewer and water-pipe works —the largest on this coast —are located ere; also the Porphyry Paving company, the Standard Fertilizing company and two pottery works. This is the shipping point for the famous Temescal tin mine plant. A company is now being formed to work on a large scale the finest cement rock found in the United States. This latter company will probably employ 200 or more men. The material is at hand for additional manufactories. The Town of South Riverside Contains numerous business houses, and there are churches, hotels, a bank and all other improvements necessary to make a thriving town. Come and see our new tract before purchasing elsewhere, taking the Riverside and San Bernardino train via Orange, leaving Los Angeles at 11 a.m. and 5 o'clock p.m. gIUF For full particulars call on L_. T. <3RAVES, Agent at Los Angeles, Bryson-Bonebrake Block; or address SOUTH RIVERSIDE LAND AND WATER GO. SOUTH RIVERSIDE, CAL. 12-21-eod-lm TROY LAUNDRY, Worki, 871, 573 and 575 North Miii Strut Telspirae So. 41, MAIN OFFICE, UNDER LOS AMES NATIONAL BANK, FIRST AND SPBINB STRUTS Dress Shirts and Lawn Tennis Suits and Tennis Shirts Neatly Done. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES if- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Photographic materials of all kinds. Detective, View and Kodac cameras. Amateur outfits at Eastern prices. Developing, printing and finishing for amateurs. Ordera filled promptly. 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