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NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observation* taken at Lo» Anseles, January 6. 1893. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m. M it KK W Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; slUht changes in the temperature; variable winds. The regular Sunday afternoon concert at Westlake park will begin at 2 p. m., Douglass's military band in attendance. Charles Hoeckel who committed a battery upon Amos Throp, was con victed in Justice Seaman's court yester day, and will be sentenced this morning. A marriage license was issued yester day to Juan Jauregery, aged 34, a resi dent of Long Beach, and Catherine Cos carart, aged 29, a resident of Los Ange les, both natives of France. The Labor Review, the official organ of the Council of Labor, has made its appearance, and has given a good im pression. C. E. Fisk is editor and man ager. It is published weekly. The festive horse thief is abroad in Lob Angeles. I. Burgerman had a horse stolen Wednesday night from his place at No. 740 Banning street, and no cine has yet beeu ascertained as to the thief, James Smith, a rancher living near Compton, was arrested and brought to the city yester ay under the charge of embezzlement. He was released on $500 bail. John Tobin was taken to the central police station last evening for medical treatment. He received an accidental fall at the corner of Sixth and Broad way, cutting his head, but not seriously. William R. Moore attempted to board a car on West First street yesterday aft ernoon, missed his footing and sprained his left ankle. He waß taken to the re ceiving hospital, and afterwards boarded a train for San Francisco, where he lives. Oysters 50 cents a dozen, and a reduc tion in prices of all California wines by the bottle. Ice cream and salads for parties. Hollenbeck hotel cafe. REAL CANNIBALS. A Novel Exhibition at Athletic Park Today. There is a real, live band of cannibals in this city, and the public will have a chance to see them at Athletic park this afternoon from Ito 5 o'clock. They are the troup of boomerang throwers and black trackers brought over from Aus tralia by R. A. Cunningham, a veteran showman, and Frank Frost, his business manager. The exhibition is a thorough novelty. The black men send the boomerangs, one after the other, spinning at least 150 feet into the air, and as they sweep around, circle after circle, in mid-air, a sound is beard like the fluttering of wings. Then they alight, probably at the feet of the thrower, and never very far away; again the boomerang de scribes a circle on the ground 100 feet in diameter snd returns to the thrower. It is said that if one of the flying boom erangs should strike a person standing within 100 feet of the hurler, the force would be enough to sever a limb. The weapons of actual warfare are much heavier than those employed at the ex hibition, and capable of far greater de struction. The troupe is made up of six men and two women, the latter as looking creatures as anybody might care to see. But the men have not much the beet of them as to looks, for all are repulsive enough in features, though wonderfully docile and calm in manner. The man ager tells the spectators that all are eaters of human flesh, and Mr. Frost is responsible for the story that King Bill, one of the troupe, was compelled to leave bis tribe because he abducted a daughter of a chief and ate her up. At any rate, they are genuine bushmen, and appear savage enough to be canni bals, whether they are or not, The women are handy with the boomerangs themselves, and besides, they dance. The entertainment will be very interest ing, and worth anybody's time to see. The troupe will travel from place to place until the opening of the world's fair, at which they will appear. From Newberg. C. F. Moore & Co., prominent drug gests of Newberg, Ore., say: "Since our customers have become acquainted with the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, we sell but little of any other kind. Chamberlain's medicines all give good satisfaction. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 N. Main, druggist. Plumbing and Tinning; A specialty, at the W. C. Furrey com pany, 159 to 165 North Spring street. Tree a. Largest assortment of apple, peach and prune on the coast. Four hundred acres in nursery. Alexander & Ham mon, Biggs, Butte county, Cal. Jerome Caldwell, agent, Natick house, Los An geles. Oaod to Bend Kant. The 24 page New Year's Herald is the best paper to send to your eastern friends. A full description of every county in Southern California is given. Also statistics of climate, cost of land, products, etc. Price, 5 cents per copy in wrappers. For sale by news dealers or at the Herald office. dblnger'a Keataurant. The finest in the city; the favorite of eastern tourists. Service unexcelled on the coast. Meals served a la carte. French dinners from 12 till 8 p. m. Ladies' parlor connected. Yon Save 40 Per Cent In fuel by purchasing the "Glenwood Grand" Weir stove, only to be had of the W. C. Furrey company, 159 to 165 North Spring street. R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 127 West Second, Telephone 165. Here* a Big Bargain. For sale. Half section land known as the fractional west half of section 7, Tp. 2 south, range 6 west, B. B. If.-, on tele phone line 5 miles east of Chino sugar factory and 4 miles southeast of Zucker sia station on S. P. R. X.; all level; fine raisin land and fine for deciduous fruits. Will be sold cheap for next 20 da s. Inquire of D. NEU HART, 161 South Broadway, los Angeles City, CaL JFben Baby was sick, we gave tier Castor** Whan she was a Child, she cried for Castoris, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoris When she had Children, she gave them Castoris LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1893. MEMORANDA. No more enjoyable day's fishing can be had than from the mammoth wharf at Santa Monica. Sunday trains rnn to the end of the wharf at 2:30 p.m., so as to afford time for a good fish dinner in Santa Monica befote returning to Los Angeles. Catalina island, a summer resort in winter. Ocean all around makes the climate many degrees warmer than on the main land. Never a frost. Bathing same as in summer. Avalca houee open the year round. Fish right out of the water a epecialty. Address Mrs. S. A. Wheeler, Avalon. Excursions to Catalina nntil further notice every Saturday. Inquire of Wilmington Transportation company, 130 West Second street. Good hotelc on the island. The ride by the sea toSanl>ieeo is the finest in Southern California; $5 for the round trip Saturday and Sunday. Trains leave the Santa Fe station at 8:15 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. If you want to buy a nice 40 acre fruit ranch, with plenty of water, 18 mileß from Los Angeles—price, $60 per acre; $1400 cash,.balance on time—address P. O. box 323, Station C. There is hardly a plane of interest in Southern California not reached by the Southern Pacific company . On Sundays one fare for the rouLd trip to all points from Los Angeles. Illich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North Ma*n street. Everything new class. Private apartments. Fresh fish, oysters and game daily. Open all night. For sale—English mastiff puppies; best pedigree in the state. Address at once for terms and particulars Chas. E. Mitchell, Clearwater. The Windermere, on Ocean avenue, Santa Monica, is a pleasant winter re sort, beautifully situated overlooking the Pacific ocean. In order to see Southern California, take the kite-shaped track of the Santa Fe; only $2.05 for the round trip Sun day. Dr. K. D. Wise, office 142}fc North Main street. Office hours from Bto 10 a. m. and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346. We manufacture everything in the looking glass line; all work guaranteed. H. Raphael & Co., 408,410 South Spring. Guitars, banjos and violins positively the cheapest in the city at Fitzgerald's, corner Spring and Franklin. Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female, rectal diseases. Seventh and Main streets. Telephone 1031. Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz, physicians and surgeons, have removed their offices to 147 South Main street. Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50 cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor. Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309. Have your old mirrors reeilvered as good as new at H. Raphael & Co.. 408, 410 South Spring. Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel Ramona, Third and Spring ste. Crown and bridge work. Campbell's curio store for Christmas presents. R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street. Dr. Hollingeworth, reopened dental office, 138)« South Spring street. Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South Broadway. Dr. Lindley, 331 }s South Spring Btre6t. See Schumacherphoto ad. This page Texas oysters, 45; bulk, 66; plate, 20. Gano Henry, real estate, Burbank. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Proceedings at Yesterday's Meeting of the Board. Tbe board of directors of the chamber of commerce met yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. There were present Directors Hazard, Edwards, Freeman, Jevne, McGarvin and Klokke. Vice-president Freeman occupied the chair. After the transaction of routine busi ness, Director Klokke reported on the matter of the restrictions to be placed on immigration to this country, as a protection against cholera, recommend ing the adoption of the following resolu tions, which had been received from the chamber of commerce of New York city: Resolved, That the chamber of com merce memorialize the president and the congress of the United States to en act, as speedily as may be, a suitable law placing the quarantine at New York and at all other places under national control. Resolved, That the attention of con gress is respectfully directed to the in jurious influences that continued indis criminate immigration may have upon the welfare of this country, in the hope that careful investigation relative there to may be promptly had. These resolutions were adopted. A communication from Prof. Wood bridge asking the board to endorse a proposed law regulating the manufacture and sale of fertilizers, was referred to the committee on agriculture, Director Edwards chairman. The secretary read a - form of notice prepared to send to each member an nouncing the election which is to take place next Wednesday. The form of notice was adopted. Director Hazard moved that a vote of thanks be tendered to the liveries of this city for their kindness in offering carriages to convey the members of the chamber of commerce over the Elysian park boulevard. The moticn was car ried. An informal discussion then took place on the subject of the proposed an nual banquet, which will come off some time in February. It was decided to have articles served at the banquet lim ited lo products of California, as a dem onstration of the fact that within its borders are produced not only all tbe necessities of life, but a large number of its luxuries. The board then adjourned. Lost. Once lost, it is difficult to restore the hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest you become bald. Skookum root hair grower stops falling hair. Sold by druggists, The Weir Stove Can be obtained only at the W. G. Fur rey company, 159 to 185 North Spiing street. Inspect them. Finest in the market. Good to Sand Bast. The 24-page New Year's Herald is the best paper to send to your eastern friends. A full description of every county in Southern California is given. Also statistics of climate, cost of land, products, etc. Price. 5 cents per copy in wrappers. For sale by news dealers or at the Herald office. Barroom Fixtures In great variety at the W. C. Furrey company, 159 to 165 North Spring street. Wall paper. 237 a Spring. Sample! aent. SOCIETY. On Thursday evening Miss Tina Rentier was tendered a birthday party at the Clifton house by her numerous young lady friend", who presented her with a valuable silver backet lined with gold. Previous to the festivities of the evening Miss Benner gave a splendid dinner to her many lady friends who constituted the merry party, no gentle men being present. After the repast, which took place at the Corfu, the hap py assemblage adjourned to the com modious apartments of Miss Baudholdt at the Clilton house. The parlors were neatly and artistically decorated for the occasion. Among the young ladies who were present were the following: Misses Lena Patterson, Edna Coburn, Louise Bandholdt, Mollie Reynolds, Gertiude Smith, Carrie Anderson, Bertha Ander son, Carrie Pedrowran, Lizzie Hail, Mamie Schumacher, Etta Schumacher, L : zzie Holshue, Mamie Mulrein, Jessie H. Kent, Anna Abaher, Lucy Helms, Mrs. May Owens. A very pleasant party was eiven at the residence of Mrs. W. B. Nichols, 322 Cornwall street, Boyle Heights, on Tuesday evening last. The occasion was iv honor of Mrs. A. A. Rheude, who was about to leave for the east. A mutt enjoyable time was had. Dancirg, sing ing, games and an elegant repast as sisted in making the evening pass pleas antly away. Among those present were the following: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Rhende, Mr. and Mrs C. N. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. B. A, Rogers, Col. and Mrs. J. T. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. James L*ght, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Masters, Mr. and Mrs. N. Morrow, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nichols, Mrs. L. C. Faliner, Mrs. D. M. Brown, Mrs. W. M. Moore, Mrs. E. P. Brown, Mies Lena Patterson, Mrs. J. M. Springer, J. A. Newel, Misses Carrie May Welche, Winnie Palmer, Alice Swanfeldt, Maria Bryam, Rev. B. F. McKenzie, Messrs. George L. Tuttle, C. F. White, T. E. Preston, A. W. Swan feldt, S. P. Crosby. »*» t A very pleasant musicale was given last Thursday evening by Mits Amelia Grosser, at her home, 400 East Fifth Btreet. The following programme was well rendered: Piano solo—Prof. Willis Votal solo—Arm lia Grosser. Cornet solo—Mr. Hose Soprano solo—Miss C. Kurtz. Recitation—Mr. Edmund Mayer. Vocal duet—Misses D. and A Santa Crrjz. Oultar solo—Mr. T. Stassforth. Tenor solo—Mr. D. Clarke. Piano solo—Mits Annie Roeder. Vocal duet—Miss A. Grosser and Mr. A. Prunell. Piano solo —Miss Leonora Grosser. Mr. Alvin Prunell of San Francisco possesses a very powerful and well trained tenor voice, which would be a great acquisition to the musical world of Los Angeles. The recitation of Mr. Ed Mayer was a treat in itself. Among those present were Mmes. Grosser, Gottechalk, Mathews, Van Hofsky, Seifski, Ligginß, Schutte, Hoge bone, Newton, Adams; the Misßes A. and E. Grosser, C. Kurtz, Liggins, Rob inson, Roeder, Santa Cruz, A. Santa Cruz, Schutte, Siggins, Holtz, Jager, Mrs. Gottschalk. E. Maver, Rose. Pru nell, Chas. Prunell. Prof. Willis, New ton, Stassforth, Holtz, Richardson, Fruhling, Capatain, Wankoskie, Gotte chalk, jr., Matthew, Clarke, Kelloy, A. Groeeer, Wm. Grosser, Wro. T. Gros ser. An informal reception was tendered to Prof. Joseph Le Coute at the pleaßant r?aidence of Wm. H. Knight, 747 Col lege Btreet, on Thursday evening, Janu ary sth. The professor indulged in pleasing reminiscences of the past, and talked interestingly on various scientific subjects, such as the psychic force of the brain, th° sun considered as a dynamo, the agency of electricity in forming crystals, tbe origin of meteorites and other topics suggested by the intelligent company assembled. Among the ladies and gentlemen present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Wood and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Spalding, Mr. Jay Seymour of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs, F. E. Fay, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Longley of Pasadena, Mrs. A. S. Longley and daughter of Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. S, L. Griffin, Mr. G. A. Dobinson, Mr. Chas. M. Rolfe, Mrs. W. H. Bruen, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Talmadge and Mr. W. T. Pridham. Last Thursday evening a large com pany of young people were entertained by Miss Ethel Brooks, at her home on the corner of Pico street and Stanford avenue, in entertainment of her friends Misses Rice and Benchley of Ventura who are visiting in the city. The early part of the evening waß devoted to ma lic and games, after which the spacious dining room was cleared and dancing was indulged in by most of the guests. Refreshments were served and a thoroughly good time was had by those present, among whom were: Mmes. Brooks and Tallman, Misses Blanche Rice, Helen Benchley, Katie O'Rourke, Ethel Brooks, Mabel Doan, Corinne Rebard, Elva Tallman, Josephine Haas, Messrs. Chas. Magee, Martin M. Lever ing, George Fitch, Forrest Snodgrsss, N. C. Bledsoe, jr., Walter F. Haas, Henry Rissman, Ernest Barnes, Clark Briggs. A delightful reception was given by Miss L. Kelly at her home, the Ard mour, complimentary to ncr niece, Miss Clara Josephine Mears of the Old Homestead company, yesterday after noon. The affair was generally informal, only friends being present. It was in reality a parlor concert, and Miss Mears rendered a number of vocal selections, to tho enjoyment of the comDanv. The young woman has a high dramatic so prano voice of much power and dis played clearness in the upper register. Among the songs given were La Figlea del Reggimento, from Donizetti, Say Not Farewell, from Pauline, and part of the Oratorio of Elijah. St. Paul's was crowded on Wednes day evening by friendß and acquaint ances anxious to witness tbe ceremony whereby Miss Lloyd and Mr. Abel were married. The church was very prettily decorated, tbe musical part of the cere mony being presided over by the tal ented organist of the church, Preston Ware Orem, esq. To the strains of the V HIGHEST HONORS, DIPLOMAS AND FIRST PREMIUMS AWARDED For the best photographs at the late Horticultural Fair. CABINET PHOTOS ONLY 95.00 A DOZEN. Come in time for your Xmaa orders. Largest and Most Complete Studio in Southern California. All the latest styles and designs nsed. 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL. No Ammonia. No Atao. A pure cream of tartar powder. Used in the U. S. Army and by teachers of cookery. Cleveland's is the standard, it never varies, it does the most work, the best work and is perfectly whole some. But your own experience is better than anybody's " sa'-:;o," and your own experience will hpw you that Cleveland's baking powder is the strongest and the best. Try it. wedding march, as pretty a procession as ever was seen approached the altar, led by Mies Clara Snow, the fair maid whose office it was to scatter flowers, followed by Mrs. J. R. Fletcher in deli cate cream white, as lady of honor; then came tbe bride in lilac eiik with a deli cate bruseels lace veil (both dress and veil having been worn by her mother at her marriage in 1866), under care of her father. Mr. H. J. Lloyd ; then followed Mies Hunter in blue silk, and Mies Brookmsn in light tau silk, attended by Messrs. F. H. Lloyd and D. C. McGar vin respectively ; after them tbe bride's mother, accompanied by her eldest son, brother to the bride, Mr. H. J. Lloyd, jr.; ushers in waiting, Mr. N. Bradley and Frank R. Lloyd; the bridegroom with his beßt man, Mr. P. Flammer, meeting the party at the altar rails. The cere mony was performed by the rector, the ReT G. F. Bugbee. A reception was held at the home oi tbe newly married pair and a very pleas ant time was had over the cutting of the old fashioned Eng ieh wedding cake, with the modern accompaniment of ice cream. The rector hauored them with a visit, and amongst the numerous other callers were Dr. and Mrs. Tucker, Dr. and Mrs. Bullard, Dr. and Mrs. Ellis, Captain and Mrs. J. R. Fletcher, Mr. James Ashman, the new school commissioner, and wife; Mr. and Mrß. Brent, Mrs. and the Misses Chapman, t he Misses Collins, Mr. and Miss Percival, Mrs. E. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Abel of Colton, Mrs. Hicks ofColton, Mr. R McGarvin, Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson, Mr. and Miss Metzker, Mr. and Miss Stevens of Eagle Rock valley, Mr, James Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Rteves, Miss Grant, Mr. Henry P.Jones and a host of others. The quantity of presents, both useful and ornamental, was something enor mous, aud certainly testified to the pop ularity of both bride and groom amongst their friends; among them was a handsome oak table coming from the wheelmen, and Mr. Jones sent a beauti ful floral ornament, and gifts entirely too numerous to mention. A Novel Scheme of Communicating With Catalina. Tbe Banning brothers contemplate the instituting of a novel method of mail communication between San Pedro and Avalon, at Catalina island. Here tofore tbe steamer has been the only way of communicating with the island, but now it is propoeud to use carrier pigeons for carrying daily mails between the points mentioned. A number of the birds were sent to San Pedro yesterday by Dr. Rowland of Pasadena, who raises them. He is con fident that they will easily cover the 26 miles across the water and do it in sliorfc order. SCRATCHED 28 YEARS A Scaly, Itching skin Disease, With Endless Suffering, Cured by Cutieura Remedies. If I had known of the CtmcßKA Kemkdirb 28 years ap <, it. would have siv.-rt mo 5200.00 and au immense amen of suffering. My dis ease (nsoriasis) eommence'l 01 my heed in a. »pot not larficr than a eeni. II spread ranidly §all over my bjay, ai.d got under my nails The scales would di op off of me all the time, aud my suffering was endless, and without relief. One thousand doilnrs wonld not tempt me to have this disease over again, I am a poor man, but feel rich to be re!.*' tea of what some of the doctors said was leprosy, some ringworm, psoriasis, etc. 1 cannot praise the Ou ticdra Rbmbdibs too much. They have made my skin as clear and free from scales as a baby's. All I used of them was $5 worth. If you had been here and taid you would have cured me for $200.00 you would have had the money. I looked like the picture (No. 2, page 47) in your book "How to Cure Skin Diseases," but now I am as clear as any person ever w«>. Through force of habit I rub my hand - ovtr rayarais and legs to scratch onco in a while, but to no pur pose. lam all well. I scratched twenty-eight years, and it got to bo a kind of second nature to me. I thank you a thousand times. DKNNIB DOWNING, Waterbury, Vt. 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