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DATLY r HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observatloaß taken at Los Angeles, California, August 20, 1888, by the War Depart ment: Time. i:07 a. J:07 p. >r07p. Bar. Ther wa toy ther. N I 5 Clear. W 12 Clear. MM SlClear. Maximum temperature, 98, minimum tem perature. 55. PERSONALS. Mr. L. Heyen, of Norwalk, is at the Hollenbeck. W. S. Lawton, of Santa Monica, was in the city yesterday. Mr. R. B. Brown, of San Fernando, visited the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Harris, of San Bernardino, are in the city. Mr. Henry Schwartz left yesterday for the northern part of the State. Mr. W. W. Day, of San Bernardino, paid a visit to the city yesterday. Mr. G. W. Cheesman, of Ventura, is again registered at the Hollenbeck. Mr. H. O. Payne, of Pasadena, visited the city yesterday for a short time. Mr. H. H. Saulter, of Elsinore, is in the city, and a guest of the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fuderkar, of Col ton, are at the New United States Hotel. Mr. Geo. W. Fox, a large carpet mer chant of San Francisco, is at the New United States Hotel. Messrs. David Ross, Thos. McQueen and Wm. Walter, of Santa Barbara, came to the city yesterday. Mr. J. H. Lowe, of Ensenada, Mexico, accompanied by his wife, is in the city, and is at the Westminster. Mr. E. J. Simpson, a large cattle dealer of Arizona, is enjoying the climate of Los Angeles, and is at the New United States Hotel. Mr. A. McDuffee, manager of the Cora Belle mining property, returned to the scene of toil in the San Francisquito Cafion yesterday. Mr. W. L. Bangur, Mr. M. A. Grant, Miss M. Churchill, Miss M. Carey and Mr. J. H. Buell, of San Bernardino, were in the city yesterday. W. A. Driscoll, manager with the Schallert-Ganahl Lumber Company, has taken a vacation and left on the 12:45 p. m. train yesterday for San Francisco. A party consisting of M. Gavin and wife, M. Gavin, Jr., J. J. Gavin and Miss Erskins, of Memphis, Term., is visiting Los Angeles and is at the West minster. Mr. W. F. Hitcocock, a prominent citized of Alameda, is at the New United States Hotel, and is taking a trip about this part of the State with a view of in vesting in property. Mrs. A. M. Pearson, Miss Alice Pear son, Miss Jennette Van Auering, J. W. Pearson and W. D. Edwards, of Oak land, are visiting Southern California and have apartmentß at the Hollenbeck. NEWS NOTES. A swiming bath will soon be added to the pleasure resorts of Los Angeles. The bus line running to Boyle Heights has been well patronized since it started. The young Democrats of the city will meet to-night in Justice Taney's court room. There will be considerable business be fore the City Council to-day if a quorum is present. The work of correcting the county as sessment roll is still going on in the County Auditor's office. If there are twelve members of the City Council present to-day the ordinace pro viding for the issuance of the sewer bonds will be brought up for passage. The S. M. White Democratic Club will meet to-night at No. 17 North Main street, and those who attend will listen to several good speakers, among whom isW. A. Ryan. A Chinaman's team ran away yester day morning on Alameda street and barely escaped colliding with a train of cars. The animals were captured before they had injured anything. The ladies of the Philharmonic Society will meet to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at Gardner's music store. Those who desire to join this chorus should present themselves at that time. More alto voices are needed. E. C. Burlingame, the contractor, lost four more horses with the glanders, yes terday. This makes a total of about sixty head that he has lost since the disease has been running among his cattle. Criminal Notes. John Wilson was picked up drunk on Alameda street last evening by Officer Lee. Jack Burns indulged in his customary Sunday drunk yesterday and spent the night in Jailor Hare's hotel. Officer Lee picked up Prtrick McKee and Thomas Mulone, a couple of pro fessional vagrants, on Alameda street early yesterday morning and brought them to the station for safe keeping. Yesterday afternoon, about 3 o'clock, S. H: Neihell made a good deal of an up roar over in East Los Angeles. Happen ing upon Officer .Dixon on Downey avenue, that functionary ran him in for disturbing the peace. Mrs. Amanda Joneß was brought to the station yesterday evening for medical treatment. The people on Mayo street with whom she had been living were un willing to continue to take care of her, as they believed her mind to be affected. She has been brought to the station be fore. Worthy of Note. A carious discovery was made last week in the San Francisquito Cafion. As a party of laborers were engaged in sinking a well, one of them struck his pick against an unusually hard sub stance. It proved to be an old stone mortar, such as is seen in Indian en campments for making bread, under the name of matates. Its presence can scarcely be accounted for, as it was found twenty foet below ground and the point where the well was sunk was on a level with the surrounding soil. It af fords a good study for the archaeologist as an Indian Herculaneum may be lying there awaiting some one to throw open its secrets to the outer world. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20. 1888. A Chinese Celebration. A telephone message came to the po lice station yesterday morning that the Chinamen, who bury their dead in the cemetery on Sand street, were setting fires and disturbing the peace of that neigh borhood. Mounted Officer Berry rode to the place, but by the time he" reached there, the crowd, which hud assembled to celebrate the rites over the graves of the dead had dispersed. Yesterday was the day of the feast to the dead, and the Chinamen whose relatives were interred in that cemetery had brought food and offerings of various sorts to the graves. A hog was roasted whole, and the Are on which this ceremony was performed, to pettier with the burning of the papers, with prayers to the dead, had excited the fears of people living in that vicinity. Undelivered Telegrams. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph office, No. 8 Court street, at 10 p. m., August 18th: Mrs. E. Pauli, Mrs. C. D. Bowles, Andy Hughes, Chas. E. Lawson, J. W, Mor ton, M. J. Wright, Derrick A. January. JIU-IHI WJttAIl, Deab Sm: It affords me great pleasure to send you this voluntary statement of my experience in testing tho merits of Joy's Sarsaparilla. Fur tli6 past five years I have been troubled v. ith an ex ec edinely slu»rish liver, and Within tbe past two years it has brour.ht within its trail a thoruughtv disordered stomach, including lt*s of a-.petit'.* and distress alter eating, pains in the back and kidneys, aud boils around my neck and face. I have tried several remedies which are advertised as specially forthellvt r. and never could get more than temporary relief of about a week or two I was recommended to try a bottle of Jov'a Vegetable Sarsaparilla as a test, and while taking tho first bottle I became convinced of its merits for I could f eel it was working a change in me. I have taken livobottles, and durin;; that lime jnvtroubles have left me. Everything is working f nit and regular iv fact it has cleansed, purified and braced me up rrencrally. I feel like a new man. You are at per fect liberty lo use this as you nee tit, or you can refer whom you please to wish Beamish, corner Third and Market streets, Sau Francisco. Auk for Joy's Vegetable Sn rsaprtrjlla. Ono pint of tlio Jnloes of Vegetable alteratives peculiar to California, combining tlio most effec tive liver and kidney remedy, blond purifier, •tomach regulator aud vegetable laxativo in exist, •ncs. All druggists, il per bottle: 0 for $5. HO! for Columbus. Tickets for the Grand Army Encamp ment at Columbus, 0., will be on sale at the Santa Fe offices here for the benefit of persons desiring to travel over that line on the lst and 2nd of September. Persons purchasing them are not compel led to depart on either of the days named, as the only conditions made are that the holders of the coupons must ar rive at Columbus by the opening day of the Encampment. Mr. T. K. Stateler is back in the city again, and is busy working up the busi ness for the Northern Pacific road, which he says wiil carry the majority of the ex cursionists to the Encampment. __TmW"Tm Illustrated Herald is now on hand at this oilice and for sale at the extremely low price ot 15 cents each, or eight copies for $1. The current number has a vast amount of fresh statistical matter of great interest regarding this section. The Illustrated Herald of 1888 is by all odds the best medium through which to make known to those at a distance all the varied attractions and industries of Los Angela and of the semi-tropics generally. If you want to keep up the boom send a copy of this splendidly embellished publication to your friends in the Kast. lo the Public. The Bitnminons Lime Rock Paving and Im provement Company take this opportunity of informing the citizens and property owners of this city that the pavement laid on Main street between First and Third streets is not Bitumi nous Lime Rock.butis an artificial mixture and not laid by the company. We make this an- nouncement for the purpose of disabusing the minds of those who entertain the belief that this pavemeut was laid by this company and are disposed to criticise our material as being soft and not suitable for the Btreets of this city. The only Bituminous Lime Rock Pavement here was laid by this company, aud extends on Main street from south line of Third to Ninth street, and on Spring street from Temple to Ninth streets. Bituminous Lime Rock does not become soft aud mushy uuder the heat of the sun, but always remains firm and elastic. We havo already laid on the streets of this city about five hundred thousand square feet of this pavement to which we take pleasure in invit ing inspection. Very Respectfully yours, Bituminous Lime Rock Paving and Improve ment Co. J. A. Fairchild, General Manager. Private entrance for ladies to the Vienna Buffet, on Requena street. Vignes & McGregor, 134 North Main streets. POWDER Absolutely Pure. The powder never varies. A model of purity and wholsomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In compe tition with the multitudes of low test, short weight, slum of phosphate powders. Sold only in cans, Royal Baking Powdbb Co., lOC Wall St., N. Y. WM. T. COLEMAN <fc CO., Ban Fran cisco, Agents. a6-12m R. C. CARLTON, residence 623 S. Hill. li. C. CARLTON, Heal Kstate and Loan Agent, 28 North Spring street (room 2), LOS ANGELES, CAL , Will buy and sell real estate, negotiate loans, make collections, aud sttend to filing correct assessments of real estate, payment of taxes for non-residents, and redemption of property un der tax sales List of lands—first class Improved and unim proved city lots solicited for sale. Reference—First National Bank. sulfitf BAKER IRON WORKS. 542-561 Buena Vista St., Los Angeles. Adjoining Southern Pacific Grounds jy22 tf niROELLANEOCg, BBHSON & kHOADES. GRAND AUCTION SALE, Will sell at their elegant new salesrooms, floe. 110 and 121 West Second Street, Between Spring and Fort, ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 21st, AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P. M., -V splendid and well selected stock of goods, Cons:stiug of all kinds of PURNITUEE —IN— Ucdrooin Sets, Chlff onnlers, Easy Chain, Lounges, Parlor Sets and line mirrors. Elegant mantelpieces In French Plat*, Mahogauy and Antique Finish. Also a complete line of Carpets In Wilton, velvet, body Brussels, tapestries, aud all grades of ingrains, Llnol jums and Oilcloths, Window Shades, Lace Cnrtains, Portieres and Cornice Poles. Also all kinds of Mattresses. Bed Springs, Feather Pillows, and all kinds of goods usually kept in a flrst-olass lurnltnre establishment. The goods are all new and first-class. Sale peremptory aud without reserve. Ladies are especially invited to attend our sales, as especial pains will be taken to make everybody comfortable. Goods on exhibition the day before. KEN O. RHOAOES, Auctioneer. aus lm POLITICAL CAHDS. We are authorized to annuounce J. R. DUPUY (Present Incumbent), As a candidate for the office of District Attorney, Subject to the action of the Djmocrhtic Con yeutiou of Los Angeles County. aul ltd J. H. MULLALLY Announces himself as a candidate for Constable, Subject to tlio action of the Democratic Conven tion of Los Angeles. aul2td Sheriff. MARTIN AGUIRRE, Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom ineee for Sheriff. County Clerk. CHARLES H. DUNSMOOR, Of Los Angeles, is the regular P.epubOican nom inee for County Clerk. County Recorder. J. W. FRANCIS, Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom inee for Connty Recorder. County Xax Collector. ROBERT S. PL. ATT, Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom inee for Tax Collector Assent bi y niu n—Seventy •scrui. lit District. J. M. DAMRON, Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom inee for Assemblyman, Seventy seventh District. WILLIAM CRAWFORD Will be a candidate before the Democratic Con vention for the otlice of Towutbip Justice. alOUt* Tounship Justice. THEODORE SAVAGE, Of Los Angeles, is the Republ can nomiuce for Towuship Jufct'ee. Public Administrator. D. W. FIELD, Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nom inee for Public Administrator City Justice. H. C. AUSTIN, Of Los Angeles, is the rcgulir Republican nor n fir City Justi c. City Justice. W. C. LOCKWOOD, Of Los Angeles, is the regular Republican nor n for City Justice. au4ld Constable. H. S. CLEMENT, Is the regular Republican nominee for Con stable. Constable. FRED. C SMITH, Is the regular Republican nominee for Con- stab'e. Money To Loan In sums from *500 to 810,000 on first-class inside, improved property, or to improve first class property, HOUSES AND STORES In good location, wantel to rent, as we have a large demand for same. Bargains iojeal Estate. INSURANCE. POMEROfI GATES, 16 COURT STREET, LOS ANGELES', CAL. C. H. SCHULTZ, M il MOSCOW, RUSSIA, Sacrificed fifteen years in studying pri vate diseases of men and women especi ally. Warranted to cure any private diseases in s very Bhort time, and diseases of women a specialty. Diseases diagnosed without explanation from the patient. Consultation free. Office hours—9 to 12 a. m., 2to 4 and 6 to 8 P. M. South Main Street. Jy2ll2m c. - c. - c. THE CALIFORNIA Co-Operative Colony still has about 1000 acres of Splendid Land For sale in TEN-ACRE LOTS, on the Colony Tract, at $100 AN ACRE, Less according to quality and location. And no better farming lands can be found on the Pa ir „~t-Tl-u n Y ar ? not for the rais .?■,< * Cereftls > Vegetables and Fruits of all kinds. The property ls moist land, in an ar water therefore amply supplied with THE TOWN OF CLEARWATER Is well located. It has a good start, an excellent School, enterprising and intelligent reaidents, v lovely Park and Lake, and a Hotel The Los Angeles and Ocean Railway will run Tract rough town ' 88 well aa the Colony Call at the COLONY OFFICE, Booms 8 and 4, Newell Slock, 13 West Secord Street, Los Angeles. Cal. augti-lm Sheet Iron Well and Water Pipe, IRON TANKS, A.nd all classes of Sheet Ir-on Work. WATER GATES and FIRE HYDRANTS. FACTORY : Foot of Leeouvreur Street, East Los Angeles. au3 3m ~ MISCELLANEOUS. EAGLESON & CO., 50 North Spring Street. FIRST ANNUAL Clearance Sale! GREAT REDUCTIONS —IN— Summer Underwear, Traveling Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear, Negligee Shirts, Etc. EAGL-ESOIST & CO jy27 lm DR. STEINHART'S Essence of Life! ESTABLISHED SINCE 1875. £ST"This great strengthening remedy and nerve tonic positively cnres Ncrvoiiß and Phys ical Debility, Exhausted Vitaiiiv, Involuntary Weakening Drains upon the System, no matter iv what manner they may occur; Weakness, Lost Manhood in all its complications, Prosto tarrhrea. and all the evil effects of youthful follies and excesses. A PERMANENT CURE GUARANTEED! Price—s2.so per bottle, in liquid or pills, or 5 for $10. DR. STEIN HART, 109 N. IV. Cor. First and Spriug Sts., Room 13, opposite Nadeau House. Office Hours—9 a.m. to 3p. m.; 6 t07:30 p. m Sunday—lo to 1 o'clock. N. B.—For the convenience of patients, and In order to insure perfect Becrecy, I have adapted a private addreßS, under which all packages are forwarded. DR. STEINHART'S GREAT VEGETABLE KIDNEY AND LIVER REMEDY Cures all diseases of kidneys, bladder, urinary organs, dropsy, gravel, diabetes and incontin ence, retention of nrine. pain in the back, etc. FOR THE LIVER. It cures biliousness, headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, costlveness, piles, etc. Sold at office. No. 109, room 13, corner First and Spring streets. Price $1 large bottles,sJ centa small bottles. ]y2stl H. W. CHAS*. H. K. MOORE. Hotel Nadeau, LOS ANGELES, : : CAL. NEW MANAGEMENT. CHASE & MOORE, : Proprietors. Strictly first-class. All moiern improve ments, Including elevator, electric light, per fect electric fire alarm aud call system. Rates, $2 50 to $3 per day, excepting pariors and rooms with bath. Tlie patronage of commercial tourists especi ally eolicited. Ample sample rooms. JOS. SCHREIBER, JR., Associate Manager, Late Bates House, Indianapolis. au4 3m JOE POHEIM THE TAILOR, Makes Ihe Best Fitting Clothes in the State at 25 per cent less than any other Tailor on the Pacific Coast. Business Suitss2s- 00 Business Pants " 600 Dress Pants " 8 00 Dress Suits " 35i 00 203 Montgomery Street, 724 Market and 1110 & 1112 Market St. Sill FRANCISCO. 263 North Main Street, LOS ANGELES. 1021 & 1023 Fourth Street, SAN DlE«i>_ C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist and Chemist. No. 128 N. main St., Los Angelea, Cal. REMOVED TO 25 TEMPLE ST. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at Day or Night. Jy23tf BI>ECIA.I._BA. GAINS. One good inside lot on Shaw aye.. in the Montague Tract 50x190 $9-5 A", X° rner lD tbC Bhaw Tract ' 50x125 . mOi very cheap One of the best corners on Brookivn at h„, Is.. - ene *P nut, chestnut and hBS Wal " 480acresgood land in Kern County,*2 per acre- . , , RO °M 11 PHILLIPS' BLOOK. a ... m " L OS ANGELES. CAL. —pacific beach. — a ffne motnr rnld °', 8 f ' in , D j, Cgo ' lo ? a Jl out slx mileB uorth . a"" connected with the city by Backed by a strong company. lor further information address m »n every week. lln * FRANK E. AlH.nn, 75 North Spring Street. Summer Specialties! Full stock of the following goods now on hand and for sale by HARPER & REYNOLDS CO. Ice Cream Freezers. Agate-lined Water Coolers, Gate City Stone Filters, Gasoline Cooking Stoves' 10,000 feet 2-in. Wrought Pipe at Be. per foot.' HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.. 48 and 50 NORTH MAIN ST _mm——————— jvlQlim The Fidelity Mutual Life Association OP .PHILADELPHIA, PA., Organized In T8 as a purely Mutual Natural Rate Company. ir* * 20 '0? 0 > 0 ?. 0 insurance in force; issues a liberal incontestable policy: «« 17 fl 7l , tln T lts liabilities . and its rates are level and about 40 »W cent, below the old legal reserve rates. to the h ins^red m ° f Fideli ' y aff ° rdS SUperior Security and a eat sa ™« L. G. FOUSE, President. WM. ALRICKS, General Agent. No. 19 West First Street. EOS AWOBLEg, CAI„ jy2l lm K..H. HOWELL. —————bbmbs— am—mmm——> HOWELL & CRAIGT IMPORTERS, Wholesale -:- Grocers, 337 NORTH MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL —__ __ auTßtf For sale at all first- |»a , oal yards. Ask for no other. Ofliee-r>o9 Kast First Street- i>-29 om To Dealers and Consumers. Arrived and now discharging—SHlP LADY ISABELLA, At the port of San Pedro with cargo of 13.000 barrels White's PO RTLAND CEMENT. This is the best brand in the market. Prices on application. Los Angeles Storage, Commission and Lumber Co., SAN PEDRO ST., BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH. lm 11. MILLER, Manager. run n y GOOD for the enre of Constipation nnd Indigestion. GOOD for the cure of Biliousness and Dyspepsia GOOD for the cure of Bowel Complaints. GOOD for the cure of Kidney Diseases. GOOD for the euro of Languishness and Weary Back. GOOD for the cure of LiTer Complaints. GOOD for the euro of Boils and Carbuncles. GOOD for the euro of Foul Breath and Sour Stomach. «» GOOD for the cure of Sleeplessness and Irritability. GOOD for the cure of all Complaints. FOR BALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS.