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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
Report oi observations takeu at Los Angeles,
California, September 1,1688, by the War De
partment:
•Time. jBarlTher
5:07 A. M. 29 !>r>i 02 I 58 I W ' 2 'clear.
2:07 p. M. 2t».(>:!| 88 83 ! W | 8 iUlear
5:07p. m.:2!>S5j 78 I 84 I W I 5 IClear.
I Maximum temperature, 03; minimum tem
perature. 60.
PERSONALS.
Eev-Governor E. A. Sheldon is at the
Nadeau.
Governor Waterman went north on
yesterday's train.
Mr. Chas. Kohler, the wine merchant,
is at the Hotel Oxford.
Tracy N. Stebbins is in from Calico
and is at the Hollenbeck.
Mr. S. A. Patton, of Kiverside, was in
the city yesterday on business.
Major Geo. E. Gard, accompanied by
his wife, is at the Oxford Hotel.
Mr. Ed. O'Melveny will go to San
Francisco on this morning's train.
General Brown, of the Soldiers' Home,
returned to Santa Monica yesterday.
Hon. W. N. Monroe, Mayor of Monro
via, was in the city on business yester
day.
H. G. Kimmick, editor of a German
paper in Pittsburg, Pa., is at the Hollen
beck.
Mr. Henry Baer has returned from
Newhall, where he has been prospecting
for iron.
Mr. T. W. Neely's little girl who has
been sick for the past seven weeks is con
valescent.
Rabbi Dr. E. Schreiber and wife will
be pleased to see their frionds at No. 127
Fort street.
Miss Hettie Bernard Chase and Chas.
W. Chase, of the Rags Company, are at
the Nadeau.
Mis. N. Salles, a well-known society
lady of San Francisco, may be found at
the Oxford.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Loventhal, of Viealia.
are visiting in this city. They will re
turn home shortly.
Messrs. John A. Hicks, of San Jose,
and A. R. Morrow, of San Francisco, are
at the Hotel Oxford.
Messrs. W. T. C. Dudley and C. W.
Nevin, District Deputy Elks of San Fran
cisco, are at the Oxford.
Mr. James F. Moore, of Pittsburg,
Pa., is in Los Angeles spending a few
days. He is at the Hollenbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Faland and Mrs.
Z. E. Hardy, of SaDta Barbara, are
visiting the city, and are at the Nadeau.
Miss Bell Barron has returned to her
home in St. Louis, after spending the
summer in the mountains and in this
city.
W. H. Harris, of the White House
Clothing Company, will leave to-day on
a two weeks' business visit to Sau Fran
cisco.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hamburger and
Misses Belle, Carrie and Evelyn Ham
burger, of San Francisco, are at tbe
Nadeau.
Mr. W. O. Bellaire, of Pasadena, was
in the city yesterday. He report l ? the
Democracy of Pasadena in high and
hopeful spirits.
Miss Emily A. Rice, of the Ellis Col
loge, is expected to arrive in a few days
from New York, to enter upon her duties
at that institution.
Mr. L. I. Schlessinger, accompanied
by his wife, has returned to Los Angeles
and is the guest of Mr. Mendelson, of
511 South Main street.
A party consisting of H. Sanders, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Mead and Christo Gas
ser, prominent residents of San Bernar
dino, are at the Hollenbeck.
Mr. J. Quinton, late Chief Engineer of
the Rapid Transit Railway, has accepted
a position under the Government. He
left with Mrs. Quinton yesterday.
A party of visitors, consisting of
Messrs. W. S. Lotan, Coronado Beach ;
A. D. Briggs, Geo. D. Spohr and Jno.
Redmond, of San Diego, is at the
Nadeau.
NEWS NOTES.
To-day is the Patron Staints' day at St.
Yibiana Cathedral.
A basket picnic is to be given to-day
at the Verdugo Cafion.
Sheriff' Kiy's receipts during August
amounted to $1,838.31, of which he
turned over to the County Treasurer
11,177.96.
The Trustees of the Pico Heights Con
gregational Church were granted per
mission to mortgage the church property
yesterday.
City Tax Collector Field reports the
collection of $16,622.50 for licenses dur
in« August. This is at the rate of $199,
--470 for the year.
An enormous law calendar will be
be called in Judge Hatton's court to
morrow, and the lawyers are requested
to be present on time.
Louis Gerpe was examined yesterday
before United States Commissioner Van
Dyke, on a charge of selling liquor to
Indians. He was held to answer in *250
bail.
The fall term of Woodbury's Business
College and Shorthand and Typewriting
Institute will open to-morrow. A large
number of pupils have already regis
tered.
Lizzie Falbey, a little girl who arrived
from Illinois only two days ago, lost her
self yesterday and was" taken to the
police station, where her parents found
her last evening.
The County Clerk's office received
$2,882.35 in August, of which amount
$474 60 was for probate business,
$1,958.75 for civil business and $449 for
miscellaneous.
Dan Mahonoy fell under the wheels of
a hack on East First street last night
and his head was badly cut. He was
taken to the Police Station where his
wounds were dressed.
The Rivera Building Company incor
porated yesterday, with the following
directors: C. O. Coffman, A. H. Cheney,
W. T. Bone, H. L. Montgomery, T. A.
Pallett, A. Doman and G. W, Tweedy.
The capital stock is $25,000.
Mr. Wm. Pople, who for years was
connected with the Herald in the
capacity of a circulator, has done so well,
as all people do who are connected with.
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD; SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2. LBBB.
this paper, that he has been able to go
into business for himself. Mr. Pople is
industrious, straight-forward and capa
ble. May he do as well as he deserves.
! The Truckmen have formed an associ
ation with the following officers i Presi
dent, E. H. O'Melveny, of the California
Truck Company; Vice-President, E.
Barmore, of the C. S. and A. P. Transfer
Company; Secretary, J. B. Myer, of the
S. P. Transfer Company; Treasurer, V.
V. Cochran, of the Citizens' Transfer
Company.
The Pasadena Board of Trade is can
vassing the question of prohibition or
high license. It is probable that the
question will be seriously carried before
the Board of Trustees and become one of
the serious subjects ot" local discussion.
It is believed that if the question can be
brought to a vote of the people that
"high license" will prevail by a hand
some majority.
The newspapers have, somehow, got
it into their noddle that Wilse Potts, the
Bank Commissioner, is a very sick man,
and have placed him almost in extremis
with their types. He looked like an
awfully healthy sick man to us yester
day when he squeezed one hand with a
fervor that brought tears into our eyes.
The next man that asks us, "How's A.
W. Potts?" will get the decided answer,
"He's all right!"
At the Cathedral this morning Mozart's
12th mass will be sung by the St. Cecilian
Choral Society. Miss Flora Preston will
sing the soprano solos in the Gloria. Miss
O'Kane will sing the soprano solos in the
Credo and Benedii'tus. Miss Gertrude
Reeves will sing a new soprano solo,
"Aye Maria," by Millard, for the offer
tory. The other solos will be taken by
Mrs. Sellenscheidt, alto; Mr. Hanrahan,
tenor, aud Mr. Laub, basso. Mr. A. G.
Gardner is the orgauist.
Stole Ills Vest.
Mr. H. W. Walton took off his coat
and vest at the fire last night to aid in
extinguishing the flames. While he was
at work some one took the vest, which
contained a $100 gold watch and some
private papers. Later in the evening P.
S. E. Appleton was arrested on suspicion
of having taken the vest. He had been
seen in it's vicinity.
I ending Hatters.
R. Dunlap & Co., of New York, are the
leading hatters of America, and their
styles are always correct. A full line of
their goods can be found at Desmond's,
No. 4 N. Spring street.
Notice to Shippers.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
i San FBANCIBCO, August 31, 1888.
! The Eastern trunk Hues having refused to
participate iv the turoush tariffs published by
the Transcontinental Association, taking effect
September is* between Atlantic seaboard point)
and California terminals, notice islhereby given
that the through rates shown en rsrill' numbers
8 and !» oi September Ist., can be guaranteed
only when shipments are made by the Southern
Pacific or Texas aud Pacific Companies' lives
via New Orleans, and vm Atlantic and Pacific
and Atchison, Tnpcka and Santa Fe Companies'
lines via Galvesion.
The railroad companies leading east from
Chieaco aud ft. Louis having also refused to
participate in through tariffs published by the
Transcontinental Association, d*te<i September
Ist, shippers are notified that rates as per tHriff
No. 10 will be guaranteed between Pacific
Coast common poiuts and St. I ouis or Chicago,
but not to or 'rom points east of said cities.
Bills lading will be protected and issued ac
cordingly. KICHABI) UKAY,
General Fn ight Agent,
J. C. BTCBBS, General Traffic Manager.
lull styles
Knox Hats vow ready st Siegel's,
Donahue's Grocery House,
205 South Spting street.
Strangers and visit ors never fail to meet
frieuds at the Vienna Buffet, corner Main and
Requena streets.
W here shall I tnke my lunch? At the Vienna
Buffet.
Slegel tlic Hatter's
New Store vow open under Hotel Nadeau.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
The powder never varies. A mode) of purltv
and wholsomeness. Moro economical than the
ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in compe
tition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, slum of pho-phate powders. Hold only
in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co.. 100 Wall
St., N. Y. THE JOHNS )N LOCKE MKKCAN
TILE CO , San Francisco, Agents. a6-12m
H. W. CHASE. F. MAYNES.
LOS ANGELES, : : CAL.
NEW MANAGEMENT.
CHASE A jiav,m;«, : Proprietors.
Strictly first-class. All modern improve
ments, Including elevator, electric light, per
fect electric Are a's-m and call s-stem.
Kates, $2.50 to $8 per day. excepting parlors
and rooms with bath.
The patronage of commercial tourists especi
ally solicited. Ample .ample rooms.
JOS SCHREIBER, JR., Manager.
*' - m Lat« Bates House. Indianapolis.
R. C. CARLTON,
Heal estate and Loan Agent,
28 North Spring street froom 2),
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
Will bny and sell real estate, negotiate loans,
ma.c 101 ectious, and attend to filing correct
assessment* of teal esfat-, payment of taxes for
non-residents, aud redemption of property un
der tax sales.
List of landf—first class improved andunim
p-oved city lots solicited for sile.
Rtforeace—Firs: National Bank. &nl9tl i
BEESON & RHOADES.
Will sell at their elegant new.'salesrooms,
>os. 110 and 121 West Second Street,
Between Spring and Fort,
ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th,
AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P. M.,
The Contents of a Eight-Room Dwelling
Consisting of
BEDROOM SETS,
CHIFFONNIEHS,
Easy Chairs, Lounges,
Parlor Sets and Fine mirrors,
CARPETS,
Beoond-Hand and New,
In Wilton,velvet, body Brussels, tapestries, and
all grades of ingrains.
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
PORTIERES AND CORNICE POLES.
And a General Assortment of goods found in a
first-class boute.
Sale peremptory and without reserve.
Ladies are especially invited to attend our
sales, as especial pHins will be taken to make
everybody comfortable.
Goods on exhibition the day before.
BEN O. RHOADES, Auctioneer.
aus lm
AYe claim the best
SI.OO WHITE SHIRT !
We claim the best
©10.00 SUIT !
tte claim the best
Sl.OO CRUSH HAT !
We claim and tan show
The Largest and Best Stock
OF
CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS
«i HATS
11ST CALI FORNIX.!
London Clothing Co.
STRICTLY AND POSITIVELY ONE PRICE.
CORNER SPRING AND TEMPLE STREETS.
HARRIS & FRANK, Proprietors. « n2 ,„ im
LEADERS OF FOPOLAR PRICES.
The Pacific Furniture Co,
You will find one of the most complete
stocks of
FURNITURE
On the Coast at the lowest possible prices.
Pacific Furniture Co.,
226, 221!, S. MAIN ST.
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Summer Specialties!
Full stock of the following goods now on hand and for sale by
HARPER & EEY NOLDS 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.
*P Iter JH UA WifiD a.H.LAOt.
Business office
j|Aff N. Los Angeles st.
Sheet Iron Well and Water Pipe,
IRON TANKS,
-A-nd all classes of Sheet Iron Work.
"WATER GATES and FIEE HYDRANTS.
FACTORY :
Foot of Leeouvreur Street, East Los Angeles.
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C. P. HEINZ EM AN,
Druggist and Chemist,
No. 122 Hi. main St., J.os A ngeles, <la I.
REMOVED TO 26 TEMPLE ST.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at Day
or Night. jy23tf
Mk
WHY PAY RENT"'
tatt. 40 feet
ments Also one 4-room cottagehard Ih, U) *i V™ 'v* 1 'L ee ,»»- t » n
-these. All close to Main streetcaY line ' * 5<X You should look at
A good lot in the Shaw Tract, on Shaw avenue $075
P " 8 " c - You do not «•«• '°
We have Acre i'roperty to trade for City Property.
A great bargain on Main street, near Eighth, for *:,23 ncr font
We have hue Building Lots in vsriou, parts if thrcTty.^p'e give us a
ROOM 11, PHILLIPS, BLOCK,
j """" " LOS ANGELES. CAL.
PHILADELPHIA
Carpet and Wall Paper House.
In order to reduce our stock to make room for new goods, we will offer
Two-ply Ingrain Carpets From 35c. per yard up.
Hand-loom | From «!sc. •• - !
Three-ply From 90c. "
lapestry Brussels " , From l!sc.
iV™? „ ' ' From 90c.
Mcquette " ijil.3stoiiil.so"
Linoleums, Matting, Draperies, etc., at proportionately low prices.
In WALL PAPER we will give you
White Blanks From sc. per roll up.
i.lltj ......... From 10c. " *
Embossed Gilts Krom 18e-
Borders aud Decorations at equally low figures.
BEN COHEN, 240 S. Spring St, Los Angeles.
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ROUSE & CURTIS, '
General Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
POTATOES, ONIONS, BEANS, BUTTER,
CHEESE, EGGS, POULTRY, ETC.
POTATOES IN CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY.
110 Upper Main Street and 539 North Main Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. TELEPHONE NO. 861.
aug29-12m
THE BEST
The Market.
For sale at all first-class ccal yards. Ask for no other.
General Office—6o9 East First Street- au g 29 6m
UIIS P. ARNOLD, L. J. P. MORRILL, NEWELL NIGHTINGALE,
President. Vice-Pres. Sec. andTreas
MILWAUKEE FURNITURE CO.
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DS.VI.EttS IN
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
WINDOW SHADES,
And Manufacturers of
Upholstered -Goods and Bedding Supplies,
335-24-0 South Mum Street, and. 11, 13 and 15
East Fourth Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL
T»'cr,hone 782. Mjftflß
PARTIES on the line of the Santa Fe R. R.
between Los Angeles and San Bernardino
having FOREIGN GRAPES TO SELL please
call on or address
CHARLES STERN,
P. O. BOX 1039, CITY.
Winery, corner Macv Street apd Mission Road. au3o7t
R. H. HOWELL. R. L. CRAIG.
HOWELL & CRAIG,
IMPORTERS.
-:- Grrocers,
537 NORTH MAIN STREET,
feSmfeft LOS ANGELES, CAL.
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