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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
California, October 2, 1888, by the War De
part ment:
Time.
Ve- Wei-
Icy 1 ther.
4 Scioudy
5 Clear
112 IClear..
'ea-
5:07 a. M.
1:07 p. M.
>:07p. m.
Maximum tempo rat are, 76; minimum tem
perature. 86.
PERSONALS.
Mr. John Long, of Arizona, is at the
St. Charles.
Mr. W. E. Selser, of San Francisco, is
at the Nadeau.
Mr. I. W. Hellman will go to San
Francisco this morning.
Dr. and Mrs. E. Beaumont, of Dallas,
Texas, are at the Nadeau.
Messrs. T.W. Young and John Cashin,
of San Francisco, are at the Nadeau.
Vernona Jarbeau and maid and J. D.
Bernstein, of New York, are at the Na
deau.
Mr. W. S. Tittle, of San Bernardino, is
visiting the city and is at the St.
Charles.
Mr. Ike Norton, a prominent business
man of Calico, is visiting this city for a
few days.
Colonel M. H. Taylor, of New York,
is visiting Los Angeles and is at the
Hollenbeck.
Mr. Ted D. Marks, business manager
of Rice's Big Burlesque Company, is at
the Nadeau.
Mr. J. C. Hamer, of Santa Barbara,
visited the city yesterday and stopped at
the Hollenbeck.
Col. J. P. Irish, the distinguished
Democratic statesman, went north yes
terday morning.
Mr. E. C. Cawston, proprietor of the
Norwalk Ostrich Farm, is expected back
this week from England.
Mr. W. L. Davis, a prominent mining
man of Wilcox, A. T., is in the city. He
is quartered at the Depot Hotel.
Mrs. L. J. Rose and Miss Daisy Rose
leave to-night for the East, where they
will visit several of the principal cities. "
Colonel Arthur Kearney, the very ca
pable editor of the San Bernardino
Courier, is spending a day or two in the
city.
Mr. S. Cevvers, who formerly owned
the hotel at Yuma, passed through the
city yesterday en route for Santa Monica,
where he will spend the winter.
Miss Alice Wolfskill Barrows, daughter
of Mr. H. D. Barrows, of this city, was
united in marriage yesterday at St.
Paul's Church to Mr. Henry Guenther
Weyse.
Mr. E. Terry and wife, wealthy East
erners who have passed the last couple
of winters at Alhambra, have arrived in
the city and say that they are going to
stay in Los Angeles county for this sea
son also, for they know no better place.
Mr. W. H. Sutch, of t he firm of Orr & !
Sutch, who was recently married, but
owing to a press of business, deferred
his bridal trip, left last night for San
Francisco and the Yosemite. Mr. Sutch
will be absent for about one month.
Miss Fannie Perret, the sister of
Gustavus and Emile Perret, good citi
zens of Los Angeles, has just arrived
from her home in Switzerland, and will
remain permanently with her elder
brother. She is a most accomblished
musician, being a graduate of the Con
servatory of Music at Paris.
Governor C. C. Stevenson, of Nevada,
■who, accompanied by Mr. I. M. Doug
lass, one of the millionaires of Virginia
City, has been passing a week in South
ern California, went north last night.
Governor Stevenson says that as soon
as his term of office expires he is
coming here to reside permanently. He
owns considerable property both in this
and San Diego counties.
NEWS NOTES.
A social will be held in the parlors of
the Ramona on Spring street on Thurs
day night.
The regular meeting of Caledonian
Club will take place Thursday evening.
A full attendance is requested.
This morning the Sixth Annual Con
vention of tbe W. C. T. U. will com
mence at the First Baptist Church.
There will be a regular quarterly meet
ing of the German Ladies' Benevolent
Society to-day at 2 o'clock atTurn-Verein
Hall.'
J. B. Dowling was tried before Justice
King yesterday on the charge of va-
f ancy, and was found guilty by a jury,
c will be sentenced to-day at 10
o'clock.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $203,000, and were 80 in
number. Of these 40 were for more than
$1,000 each, and 13 were for nominal con
siderations.
The Free Kindergarten opened on fiain
sevain street Monday, and has a large
attendance. Mrs. James M. Johnson
acts as director and Miss Nellie Oliver as
assistant.
Olive Sterns, who was charged with
disturbing the peace, was dismissed by
Justice King yesterday, owing to insuffi
ciency of evidence. He was accused of
fast and reckless driving.
The examination of W. W. Dorwood,
who is accused of having perjured him
self in Justice Taney's court some time
ago, will come up before Justice King at
10 o'clock this morning.
A. R. West, the street car conductor
who got into trouble over a bell punch
some time ago, was brought before Jus
tice Austin on the charge of petty larceny,
and was dismissed for lack of evidence.
Johnnie Abbott was locked up in the
City Prison last night on a charge of
carrying concealed weapons and resist
ing an officer. He struck at Officer Dillon
and when arrested attempted to draw his
pistol.
John Phelan, a youth of about 16 years
of ag*>, pleaded guilty in Judge Gard
ner's court to the charge of petit larceny.
He stole a few newspapers, and for thiß
has been kept in jail seven months await
ing trial.
To-morrow evening Arbor Vitae Re
becca Lodge No. 83 will give its fourth
anniversary ball at Armory Hall. The
ladies of this order have always been
noted for their pleasant entertainments,
and thia will be no exception.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Davies cele
brated the fifth anniversary of their
TBE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1888.
wedding at their residence, No. 301
North Pearl street, on Monday evening.
About thirty of their friends were present
and wished them many happy retuns.
A warrant was sworn out yesterday
against Mrs. Jereback, who lives on
Bunker Hill avenue. It bears the name
of Charles Piatt, the jeweler, as com
plaining witness. It is said that the
Jereback has made things unpleasant in
her neighborhood, and that she threat
ened to set fire to Piatt's hoase.
The S. M. White Club, which was to
have held its meeting on Monday even
ing, but which adjourned to attend the
mass meeting, will meet this evening at
No. 17 North Main street, on which oc
casion several good speakers will be
present. This club is arranging for a
mass meeting to be held shortly.
Frank Charles, Charlie Fieslin, James
Green and James Brown, who were ar
rested Saturday night as young vagrants,
were taken before Justice Austin yester
day afternoon and charged with wander
ing about without settled place of abode.
They all pleaded guilty and were com
mitted to the Boys and Girls' Aid Society
for two months.
Bridget Schugrue, who arrived in this
city a few days ago from Chicago, is
searching for her son, Dan Schugrue, who
is supposed to be in Los Angeles city or
county. Dan Schugrue was born in Car
diff, England; aged 22 years, light com
plexion, and having the first finger of
his right hand cut off. Any information
of him left with the Mayor or Chief of
Police will be thankfully received by his
mother, who is in destitute circum
stances.
A good piece of work was accom
plished yesterday by the new detective
firm of Bowler and Boland. They came
upon a young man named Charles Wil
son suddenly in a house on New High
street and caught him in the act of hid
ing a gold watch under the floor. Search
was instituted for the owner and he was
found in the person of W. H. Roberts, a
carpenter. The watch was stolen from
him several days ago. The man Wilson
finally confessed that he had taken it.
A WOMAN'S WAY.
A Uuainesi Proposition.
A little over six weeks ago Mrs. Fowler of 327
Ellis street, San Francisco, stopped in at a leading
city druggist's to ask what effect Joy'a Vegetable
Saraaparilla, about which she hsd heard so much
recently, would havein casesof dyspepsia and sick
headache. Sho wad assured that inmostcaspsit
would relievo both. She wan.hovcver.soincrodu
leni that finally thadruggist gave hcrabottle, not
to be paid for unless i t effected a euro. A proposi
tion so startl.ngly practical basseldom, if ever be
fore, been mr.rle. The followinsrjustreceived is the
convincing conclusion, and tellslts own story:
Kan Francisco, February 8,1833.
Deab Sir: T writo to admit that, notwithstand
ing my misgivings, Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla
did all that you promised. I had tiled so many
prescriptions, to no purpose, that I had coruo to
believe nothing would relievo my dyspepsia and
sick headaches, but I have uot had a return of
elthersincGlcommencedtnWngit. I believe lam
permanently cuied, but will, out of an abundance
of caution, continue to tnko it regularly fur a while
yet. You have my permission to mal:o this public,
for it is my belief that a remedy that will cure dys.
pepsia and provent sick headaches should bo gen
erally known. Respectfully,
S2T T.llia street.
r CSBSm BSss
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 multltndes of low test, short
weight, slum of phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Royal Baring Powdkb Co., 106 Wall
st.N. Y. THE JOHNSON LOCKE MERCAN
TILE CO . Ban Francisco, Agents. a6-12m
H. W. CHASE. . F. MAYNKS.
LOS ANGELES, : : CAL.
NEW MANAGEMENT.
CHASE A .WAYNES, : Proprietors.
Strictly first-class. All modern improve
ments, including elevator, electric light, per
fect electrlfi flr« alarm and call svstcin.
Rates, $2.50 to $3 per day. excepting parlors
and rooms with bath.
Tbe patronage of commercial tourists especi
ally solicited. Ample sample rooms.
JOS SCHREIBER, JR., Manager.
ol 1 m Late Bates Honse, Indianapolis
CLOSED
—ON—
ACCOUNT of REMOVAL
HUGH MAULDIN,
JEWELER,
211 SOUTH SPRING ST ,
WILL RE-OPEN
THURSDAY, OCT. 4th,
—IN THE—
NEW BRYSON &
BONEBRAKE BLOCK,
4B SOUTH SPRING ST.
02 3t
MISCELLANEOUS.
KEEP IT IN YOUR MII\ T D!
Nowhere in the World can be foond a better assortment of Fashionable
Attire for
MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
Starting the season's trade In the same enthusiastic spirit as in seasons past
Showing All the New Styles
For people of all classes, from the hard-working mechanic to the gentlemen of
ease and pleasure.
We Claim duality is ihe Test of Cheapness
AND CHALLENGE COMPARISON.
While we live we mean business, as life s too short for attempts or pretences that end in
nothing. REMEMBER, we are a strictly ONE-PRICE HOUSE-exchange goods or refund
money. All goods marked in plan figures. No one urged to buy, end condnct a straight
forward, honest business.
London Clothing Co.,
The Leaders of Fashion and World Heaters for Values,
Corner Spring and Temple Streets.
HARRIS & FRANK, PROP'S.
M - au26 Om
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
ART GLASS
—DESIRED.—
Paints, Oils, Vanities and Pates' 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 reucired, iv wood
or metal. Usual shapes and sizes always in stock.
WALL PAPER —
AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
WHITE BLANKS, SILKS,
SATINS, GILTS,
MICAS, EMBOSSED 1 GILTS,
INGRAINS,
VELVETS, CHEVIOTS and LEATHERS, including BORDERS
Of all widths, adapted to the Papers.
Also the most complete and artistic line of CEILING DECORATIONS of all grades.
SASH, DOORS .V*D BLINDS are a. Leading; Feature of our Business.
Remember, all lines of goods in our different departments
to be sold at REDUCED PRICES.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED.
C. RAPHAEL & CO,
105-7-9-11 Nortb Los Aogeles Street.
8231 m cod
Offer Extraordinary for Investment.
Forty Lots in Los Angeles City for $8,000.
f 1 ? e ,y{, ew ' t b s ln B Bl ° c >f ?of Sohmidt Traer. fronting 1,211 feet on Stevenson aye. All
lots 173 feet deep to 19-foot alley and 52, CO and 130 feet front. Gentle slop* to south
and east, fctevenson aye. has been brought to official grade at an expense of $25 000,
Lots from one to three feet above the street. Ter rcß half cash, balance ono year 19
percent., mortgagee paying taxes. 1
Lot 50x140, north side College Street; street graded; $1,100.
Lot 47, Block. 4, Howes Tract. $400.
Corner Lot It}, Block "B," Bird Tract, $600.
Land and Water in Cresceata Canada, at $100 per acre. (The homo of the
Orange aad Cherry.)
Land and Water in San Jose Ranch at low rates.
Land in Puente Rancho, with Water, at $150 per acre. Easy terms
■Sec. 31, Tp. 7N, R. 12 W., at $5 per acre. Terms easy.
M. L~ WICKS,
Corner Court House and Main Streets, Los Angeles, Cal.
. «7 2m .
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.
ROUSE & CURTIS,
Geneial Commission Merchants,
AND dealers in
POTATOES, ONIONS, BEANS, BUTTER,
CHEESE, EGGS, POULTRY, ETC
POTATOES IN OAR LOTS A SPECIALTY.
110 Dpper Main Street and 539 North Main Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. TELEPHONE NO, 861,
529-4 m
MISCELLANEOUS.
DESMOND, TBE HATTER,
SOLE AGENT
CELEBRATED
Silk, Stiff and Soft
—HATS.-
Fall Styles Now Ready.
DESMOND, THE HATTER,
No. 4 N. Spring St.
sll-lm
KOHLER k mm,
NADEAU WINERY,
Near Florence,
-A. REI PAYIN Q
$12 per Ton for Mission Grapes.
HO per Ton for Muscat Grapes.
Other Varieties at Market Price.
522 lm
PARTIES
On the lines of the Santa Fe and Southern
Pacific Railroads,
Having Grapes to Sell,
PLEASE CALL ON OR ADDRESS
CHARLES STERN,
P. O. Box 1939, Los Angeles, Cal.
WINERY, CORNER MACEY STREET AND MISSION ROAD.
525 Ut
THE BEST
The Market.
For sale at all first-class coal yards. Ask for no other.
General Offi.ce-609 East First Street- 129 «p

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