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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
Report of observation* taken at Loa Angeles,
California, September 28,1888, by the War De
part ment:
Time. |
Bar. I Ther
ther
5:07 a. m.
J:07p m.
i:07r. m.
Maximnm temperature, 81; minimum tem
perature, 02.
PERSONALS.
Dr. Orme went to San Francisco on the
noon train yesterday.
Colonel W. S. Herndon will go to San
Francisco this morning.
Mr. W. H. Perry left yesterday for
San Francisco on the 1:15 train.
Mr. E. Rogers, of San Francisco, is a
late arrival at the St. Charles Hotel.
Mr. J. Kiefer, of the Monrovia Sav
ings bank, visited the city yesterday.
Mr. Louis Heine will be a passenger
on the noon train for San Francisco to
day.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Howard, of Den
ver, are visiting the city, and are at the
Nadeau.
Mr. G. L. Stapleton, of Santa Ana, is
in town on business. He is at the St.
Charles.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Breaux, of New
Orleans, are visiting this city, and are at
the Nadeau.
Mr. B. Brown, one of the leading mer
chants of Lugonia, is in the city on a
business visit.
Mr. Wm. Crawford, the Democratic
candidate for Township Justice, is out
again after a month's indisposition.
Mr. Chas. A. Doyle, one of tne pro
prietors of the Dime Museum, returned
to the city yesterday, after a long visit to
San Francisco.
Carl Browne, of the Cactus, accompan
ied by his wife, left last night for San
Francisco and Calistoga, to be absent a
week on business and pleasure.
NEWS NOTES.
The Los Angeles Rifle Club will hold
a shoot to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
at its range.
Mr. Wm. H. Baker was admitted to
practice, yesterday, in the United
Circuit Court.
The Australian cricket team will come
Co tbe coast on their way home from their
campaign in England.
The trial of Jane Barretto, who is
charged with vagrancy, in Justice Aus
tin's Court is set for October 19th.
John Kennedy was examined yester
day before Judge O'Melveny for insan
ity, and was committed to Stockton.
A complaint was made to the police
yesterday of the filthy condition of Park
Lane, between Sixth and Seventh street.
A number of small thefts have taken
place recently at the residence of E. J.
Valentine, Brooklyn.avenue and Walnut
street.
Mike McDermott, who is accused of
stealing some hose, was brought before
Justice Austin yesterday, and his bail
axed at $100.
To-morrow evening the German Dem
ocratic Club will meet at Turnverein
Hall. A full attendance is requested, as
business of importance is to be trans
acted.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $109,800 and were 83 in
number. Of these 22 were for more
than $1,000 each, and 29 were for nominal
considerations.
Mrs. John Deler, of 522 Fort street,
complained at the police station yester
day that her neighbor's five children
were tormenting her and her family be
yond endurance.
Thomas Donley was examined yester
day before TJ. 8. Commissioner Owens
on a charge of selling liquors to Indians
at San Bernardino. He was held to
answer in bail of $250.
Rails have been put in front of the
book shelves in the reading-room of the
public library, so that persons desiring
to get at books can do so without dis
turbing any of the readers.
Those alleged burglars, John Riley,
Frank Morrison and William Connelly,
who are accused of carrying off a variety
actress' wardrobe, will be tried next
Monday before Justice Austin.
The Natatorium, on Fort street, near
third, will be opened this evening
to the public. The arrangements for
the benefit of the public have been des
cribed heretofore in the Herald.
Serena Espinosa, the young Santa Bar
bara girl who complained of the ill treat
ment which she received in the family
of a livery man of Los Angeles, was
taken to the Girls' Home, but ran away
from there Thursday night.
The Y. M. C. A. orchestra, aided by
Miss Katherine Kimball and Miss Betts,
have kindly consented to contribute some
vocal and instrumental music at Dr. Mac
kenzie's lecture at the Fort-street M. E.
Church on Monday evening.
The Southern California "VV. C. T. U.
State Convention will hold its first
session at the First Baptist Church on
DEMOCRATIC RALLY!
On Saturday, Sept. 29th,
AT TURNER HALL.
ADDRESS BY
HON. JOHN P. IRISH.
Doors open at 7;30.
The Great Issues of tbe Campaign will be Ably Discussed.
LET ALL TURN OUT!
•28 2t
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SATURDAY MOUSING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1888.
Wednesday next, at 9a. m. The Con
vention will hold three sessions daily for
three consecutive days. Honrs: 9 and
12 a. m., 2 and S and from 7:30 to 9p. v.
Mr. T. Okey, the lessee of the Academy
of Music, is as good an artist as he is a
popular manager. He hand painted
the handsome large cartoons that
were posted about the city yesterday, ad
vertising the Rose Wood Dramatic
Company.
Charles Ruhr, a German, aged 49
years, dropped dead suddenly at his
residence 1336 Flower street yesterday
morning. He was a married Kan and
leaves a wife and four children. He hat!
been effected for some time with heart
trouble. The Coroner will hold an in
quest to-day.
John Clark and James Coleman were
taken before Justice Austin yesterday on
the charge of disturbing the paace. They
got into some kind of a fight, in which
Coleman, who is a negro, scratched or
cut Clark's neck. The negro was com
mitted for fifteen days, and Clark was
dismissed.
Mrs. Sheckeran, who arrived in this
city a few days ago from Chicago, is
searching for her son, Dan Sheckeran,
who is supposed to be in Los Angeles.
She describes him as being of light com
plexion, aged 22 years and having the
firpt finger of his right haDd cut off. The
police have been requested to look out
for the youth.
William Dickerson. a colored Pullman
porter, attempted to break into a dive on
New High street early yesterday morn
ing, and was arrested by Officer
Schcenecke. On the way to the station
he managed to get away* in spite of the
fact that he was handcuffed. He was
Anally recaptured at the Southern Pacific
depot, the handcuffs filed nearly off him.
He was locked up and charged with
malicious mischief. He was fined $1 by
Justice Austin.
A CAXDID CONFESSION.
Tor several years I suffered from Dyspepsia and
Kidney Complaint, the latter being so severe at
times that I could scarcely attend to my wort.
My appetite was poor aud I was much emaciated
but through the freo use of Joy's Vegetable Barsn
parillaniyappetitoanddieertiouirunrovcd 'till my
health was perfectly restored.
Pt'T ME OX THE LIST.
I suffered for yenrs from catarrh. It destroyed
my appetite and weakened my system. None of
the remedied I took afforded me any relief, until I
commented using "tlie California Remedy," Joy'r
Vegetable Bsra&parilla. I began tailing it last
spring and am now entirely free from this disgust
ing disease, and am again strung and healthy.
The Natatorium.
All the boys will be at the opening of
the Natatorium to-night.
The i'Dion Boot-blnnk, No. 4 South Main
Best shine in the city Price 9 ots. Q. H.
Baxter, proprietor.
Vlgnes & McGregor. 134 North Main streets
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
The powder never vanes. A model of purity
and wholsomenesa. 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 Powdeb Co., 106 Wall
St., N. Y. THE JOHNS >N LOCKE MERCAN
TILE CO.. San Francisco, Agents. a6-12m
H. W, CHASS. F. MAYNEB.
I.os ANG-KLKB, : : CAL.
NEW MANAGEMENT.
CHASE A MAYNES, : Proprietors.
Strictly first-class. All modern improve
menU, including elevator, electric light, per
fect electric fire a'arm and call m stem.
Rates, $2.50 to $3 per day. excepting parlors
and rooms with bath.
The patronage of commercial tourists especi
ally solicited. Ample sample rooms.
JOS. SCHREIBER, JR., Manager.
si 2m Late Bates House. Indianapolis '
MISCELLANEOUS.
Different Styles of
$I \ All-Wool Suits.
1 S Different Lines of
$I S All-Wool Business Suits.
1 S of the Handsomest Lines
$'I S Suits Ever Offered in
1 S Different Styles. See
4) I \ Line of Dress Suits.
I S Hundred Times, we Claim Our
I Suit to be the Best Ever Offered.'
London Clothing Co.
(STRICTLY AND POSITIVELY ONE PRICE),
CORNER SPRING AND TEMPLE STREETS. .„ g „ Bm
Sweeping Reductions in Prices!
ALONG THE ENTIRE LINE.
We have the goods, and they must be sold. We are deter- .
mined to name prices in every department that
will sell the goods.
OUR STOCK EMBRACES
FRENCH AND AMERICAN PLATE GLASS,
WINDOW GLASS, MIRRORS, .
GROUND, STAINED, EMBOSSED, CATHEDRAL
And any design or quality of
—AET GLASS
—DESIRED.—
Paiflts, Oils, famishes an[ Painters' Supplies,.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
SHOW CASES.
We are the Only Manufacturers of Show Cases in Southern
California. We make to order any size or design required, in wood
or metal. Usual shapes and sizes always in stock.
—WALL PAPEE —
AT —
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
WHITE BLANKS, SILISS,
SATINS, GILTS,
MICAS, EMBOSSED GILTS,
INGRAINS,
VELVETS, CHEVIOTS and LEATHERS, occluding BORDERS
Of all widths, adapted to the Papers.
Also the most complete and artistic line of CEILING DECORATIONS of all grades.
SASH. "DOORS AND BLINDS are a Leading Feature •( oar Busluecs.
Remember, all lines of goods in our different departments
to be sold at REDUCED PRICES.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED.
C. RAPHAEL & CO.,
105-7-9-11 North Los Angeles Street.
■28 lm cod
Otter hxtraordinary tor Investment
Forty Lots in Los Angeles City for $8,000.
Fine View, being Block S> of Schmidt Tract, fronting 1,211 feet on Stevenson are All
lots 173 feet deep to 19-foot alley and 52,60 and 130 feet front. Gentle slope to south
and east Stevenson aye. has been brought to official grade at an expense of $25 OOOi
Lots from one to three feet above the street. Terms half cash, balance one year 1 »
per cent., mortgagee paying taxes.
Lot 5Ux140, north side College Street; street graded; $1,100.
Lot 47, Block 4, Howes Tract, $400.
Corner Lot 18, Block "B," Bird Tract, $600.
Land and Water in Crescenta Canada, at $100 per acre. (The home of th*
Orange and Cherry.)
Land and Water in San Jose Ranch at low rates.
Land in Puente Rancho, with Water, at $150 per acre. Easy terms,
•iec. 31, Tp. 7 N., R. 12 W., at $5 per acre, Terms easy.
M. L~ WIC KS,
Corner Court House and Main Streets, Los Angeles Cal
»7 2m
THIEBEN'S
Eastern Crockery Store
WILL OPEN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th,
WITH A FULL LINE OF
CHINA, GLASSWARE AND LAMPS
AT EASTERN PRICES.
First Drive—lmported Colored Gas and Lamp Globes at 25c,
WORTH 50c.
12Q SOUTH SPRING STREET.
R - v - HOWELL. K. L. CRAIG.
HOWELL & CRAIG,
IMPORTERS.
Wholesale -:- Grocers,
337 NORTH MAIN STREET,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
sl&tl
MISCELLANEOUS.
DESMOND, TIE HATTER,
SOLE AGENT

CELEBRATED
Silk, Stiff and Soft
—HATS.-
Fall Styles Now Ready.
'
——————
DESMOND, THE HATTER,
No. 4 N. Spring St.
sll-lm
KOHLER & FROHLING,
NADEAU WINERY,
Near Florence,
.A. I? E PAYIN Gc
$12 per Ton for Mission Grapes.
$18 per Ton for Muscat Crapes.
Other Varieties at Market Price.
522 lm
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1 > \i? t i i: s
Oa the lines of the Santa Fe and Southern
Pacific Railroads,
Having Grapes to Sell,
PLEASE CALL ON OR ADDRESS
CHARLES STERN,
P. 0. Box 1939, Los Angeles, Cal.
WINERY, CORNER MACEY STREET AND MISSION ROAD.
825 14t
Summer Specialties!
Full stock of the following goods now on hand and for sale by
HARPER & REYNOLDS 00.
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.
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