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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. K'uori oi observations ta&e't at Los Angele>- Oalifornia, JanuaryllT, !Si9, by tho War De partment- Bar. Ther Vel 5:07 a. h. 507 p. m. 44 54 36* 42 3 Cleir. 2 Clear Maximum temperature, 57; minimum tern- Weather Indications. San Francisco, January 17 —Indications for twenty-four Hours for California—Rain ln Northern California: fair weather in South era California; variable winds; stationary temperature iv Southern California. PERSONALS. Mrs. T. W. Spring, of San Juan, is at the Nadeau. Mr*?. M. C. Sanger, of Chicago, is at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall, of San Fran cisco, are at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Miller, of Silver City, N. M., are at the Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Clarke, of Read ing, Mich., are at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Barclay, of Elgin, 111., are stopping at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Watt, of San Fran cisco have a suite of rooms at the Hollen beck. Mr. I. H. Hull, representing the San Francisco Board of Trade, is at the lloil man. Mr. J. C. Daly of the California Sewer Pipe Company went north yesterday on business. Mr. J. R. McApe, of Pittsburg, Pa., ac companied by his daughter, is at the Hoffman. Mr. Alfred Stillman, the able Presi dent of the Pacific Insurance Union, is in the city. Ex-Governor Elbert, of Colorado, who has been spending eeveral days at the Hollenbeck left yesterday morning for San Diego. William T. Anthony, agent for D. S. Walton & Co., the celebrated wholesale paper dealers of New York, is paying Los Angeles a visit. He makes a specialty of orange wrappers. Mr. N. T. Smith, Treasurer of the Southern Pacific Company, is at the Hol lenbeck. Mrs. Smith accompanies her liegejlord on his visit to tho Semi-Tropics from the fogs of the Bay City. Mr. H. B. Tenney, editor of the Tuc son Citize n, and member of the Legisla ture from Pima county, A. T., who is in town en route to Prescott, was kept busy yesterday shaking hands with his many friends. G. E. Moran, accompanied by his wife, are at tha Hoffman. Mr. Moran has for a number of years been connected with the Chicago Times, and while visit ing Southern California will send some some special correspondence to that paper. D. Decker and P. L. Ennor came down on last night's train, and are at the Hoff man, These gentlemen are here in the interest of the W T aterhouse System of Arc and Incandescent Lighting, and will go to wotk at once on the new plant that is to furnish light for the new Southern Pacific passenger depot. Hon. Sam Purdy, of Yums, one of the Ariz.nan Solons, is now in this city en route to Prescott to legislate for the sun kissed territory. Sam is as genial as one of the summer days of hia own ardent land. He is looking the picture of health and prosperity, a fact which delights his myriad friends. Mr. Alfred Stern has arrived home from a visit of some duration to his old home in New York City. He has gained in Bunniness of spirit and genera! hand someness of appearance, even over what he was before his departure hence. And well he may, for whereas he went away a lonely bachelor, he returns a most fortunate benedick. NEWS NOTES. Soledad contributed seven vags to the County Jail yesterday to serve ten days each. William Brown, of Orange, is in the County Jail for fifteen days for being a vagrant. Ed Quinn was given thirty days in the County Jail for begging, by Justice L xk wood, yesterday. A lively day's business wai done yes terday at the Cour,ty Jail. There were twenty-one arrivals. F. Baker and M. H. Mathew got into a fight yesterday afternoon oa Naw Main street and were arrested. I. S. Corbett got twenty-five days in the County Jail from Justice Lock wood for exhibiting gambling devices. L. J. White and Patiick Moore were sentenced to twenty days each in the County Jail yesterday for gambling. Deputy (lonstable Vignes states that he waß not concerned in the arrest of Deputy Constable Doyle on Wednesday evening. Dothie Beretto, who is waiting for trjal in the Superior Court on a charge of grand larceny, got bail yesterday and left the County Jail. Thomas Martin, of San Jose, was sent in yesterday to serve fifteen days for a misdemeanor, and Frank Clark to serve ten days for disturbing the peace. The Central Women's Christian Tem perance Union will meet at to-day at 2 •o'clock; p. m. in the M. E. Church South. Subject for discussion, "The Sacramental Wine." The Rev. Dr. Schreiber will deliver his farewell sermon this evening at 7:45, in the Synagogue, in English. Subject: "The Relics of the Modern Rabbi." All are welcome. Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $150,514, and were 88 in number. Of these 41 were for more than $1,000 each, and 17 were for nomi nal considerations. The charge against Johnny Doyle, the Deputy Constable, was changed yester day to battery, and he was taken before Justice Savage and fined $3. He had a misunderstanding with two of his brother deputies. Kirste, the defaulting Santa Fe ticket ■gent, was taken before Justice Savage yesterday, and the 7th of February set for his examination. The bail was fixed st $1,000. He was unable to secure bondsmen. . F. W. Ferguson was arraigned before Justice Lockwood yesterday on a charge ■of battery. He is accused by his wife of THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1889. having struck her several times in the face with his fiat. February 2nd was set for his ti i il. The Second-street Car Company has commenced the construction of sheds 50x100 feet on the corner of Second and Vine streets. The company will in crease the number of cars to double that at present. Mr. J. H. Brenner is preparing an in teresting programme, Mrs. Mamie Perry Davia has kindly consented to sing, and many of the leading musicians of the city, at the grand charity concert to be given at Tumverein Hall February Ist. Ed Germain was a happy man yester day. His wife presented him with a son and heir. He had two daughters, but the arrival of a son he thought was the most desirable occurrence that has hap | pened at his house for a long time past. Herbert Lopez, Bamcn Quigarlo and Senoria Rodriguez were arrested yester day on Upper Main street for petit lar ceny. Tbey had made off with 300 grain sacks. They were taken before Justice Lockwood and all pleaded guilty. Sen tence will be administered January 23d, at 4 in the afternoon. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Appointment of tne Various Stand ing Committees. The Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Chamber of Com merce met yesterday afternoon. Ex- Mayor W. H. Workman was endorsed as tbe representative of the Sixth Con gressional District of the Board of Con trol of the London exhibit It was de clared the sense of the committee that tbe appropriation for the exhibit should be not less thon $250,000. The Secretary waß instructed to tele graph to J. B. Lankershim at San Fran cisco to go to Srcramenlo and exert him self to help the new Charter through and represent tne Chamber at the meet ing of the committee on the London ex hibit. A motion was passed that members of the Executive Committee absent from its meeting should be fined. As a further means of raising money, the Board of Directors decided that each of its ni3mbers should pay his monthly dues for six montns in advance. The sixteen standing committees of the Chamber whose chairmen were chosen at tbe last annual meeting were then filled, as follows: Commerce —M. L. Wicks, Chairman: J. P. Widney, D. McFarland, O. H. Churchill, Myrlck lie. nolds. Manufactures—J. P. Humphreys, Chairman: W. H. Workmau, E. A. Forrester, R. H. Hew itt. T. C. Karamore. Immigrat on—D. Gilbert Dexter, Chiirman; W. B. Ha iiott, Geojgo Rice, J. J. Jones, A. A. Stiunton. Lands and Irri. ation —J. B Lankershim, Cnatrman: G R. Shaito, Miltou Thomas, W. H. Avery, O. G. Harrison Mines and Miui-g—K. P. Johnson, Chairman; J. L. Cherry, John Gollsworthy, B. Cohn, R C. Shaw. Motiv Powf r«,Fuel,etc— Sutherland Hutton, Ch t ,irnia:>; N. W. Stowel . M. R. Vernon, S. M. Perry, A. F. Mackay. Way* and Means—A. H Denker, Chairman; H. Z. Osborue, L. N. Bried, J. It. Mathews, A. B. Hotchkis. Money Loans, etc.—H. C. Witmer, Chairman; H L. MacNeil, W. F. O'Bear, Andrew Mullins, C. M. Wells. Statistic* aud Compilations—J. M. Davies, Chairman; A. W. Francisco, 8. J. Mathes, 11. Frank Trulu, George M. Smith. Laws and Legislation—John Hsynes, Chair man; Ch»rles Cassat Davis, A. W. Hutton, H. T. Haisrd, R. F. Lotspeich. Membership—M, I), Johnson, Chairman :S. K. Lindley, R M. Town, G. W. Tubbs, J. H. Book. Grievances—John C. Flournoy, Chairman; J R. Van Doren, T. W. M. Richards, William RonimM.J. W Green. Health. Sanitation and Public Improve ments—O. W. Baldwin, Chairman, W. H. Sha mans, Dr. M. Hagan, B. N. Smith, A. E. Poraeroy. lintels—W H. Toler, Chairman, H, Jevne, H. U, Russell, R. C. Carlton, J. C. Byram. Parks snd Boulevards—F. C. Garbutt, Chair man; J. H. Bryant, S. W. Luitweiler, D. Free -11. T. D Wilson. Visitors-President, E. W. Jones, First Vice- Presldeut, W. F. Fitzgerald; Secoud Vice-Presi dent, Hervey Lindley; Third Vice-President, C. E Day; Treasurer, L. N. Breed. It was recommended to tho chamber that a special committee be appointed to further the appropriation of $250,000 for the Loudon exhibit. E. W. Jones and il. L. Winks were appointed a committee to draw up resolutions setting forth the ideas adopted by the Board of Directors to be sent to the members of the State Legislature representing this Con gressional District. W. H. Workman and J. B. Linkershim were appointed a special committee to represent the cham ber at Sacramento to assist in securing action. AN INTERNATIONAL EPISODE. A ii os An tele no Hadly Treated ln Germany. Mr. M. Goldschmidt, who is connected with Naud's warehonse, and who is well known and very popular with the numer ous Geiman-American residents of Los Angeles, returned from an extended trip through the East and Europe a few days ago. During his stay in Germany, the land of his birth, he was subjected to treatment which for a time prom ised to cause an international controversy between the latter country and the United States. He vis ited Bingen on the Rhine, his native city, to see his parents, but had not been in the place twenty-four hours before the Sheriff put in an appearance with a paoer from a German court, ordering him to pay a fine of two hundred and fifteen marks, for leaving the country without permission before he had reached the age of 18 years. As Mr. Goldschmidt had left there years ago, this was a big surprise to him. He protested that he was an American citizen, and presented his passport for inspection, but failed to convince the imperial officer. It was either to pay 213 marks or serve 215 days in prison, so be paid the money under protest, and immediately presented the facts in the case to Mr. Pendleton, the American Minister at Berlin. As soon as possible, the latter made a demand on the German Government for the return of the money unjußtly taken from Mr. Goldschmidt. The de mand of Minister Pendleton was not acted upon at once, and Mr. Goldschmidt returned to the United States, arriving in Los Angeles a few days since. Yes terday he received a letter from the Ger man Vice-Consul at San Francisco, stating that the money wrongfully de manded and taken from him in Germany would be forwarded in a few days. It would seem from this that the matter has been amicably settled. Mr. Goldschmidt expressed himself much pleased with the desire shown by this Government to protect its citizens abroad as well as at home. Tbe Cuyamaca Hoad. A letter was received here yesterday from Warner's ranch, stating that a corps of engineers are there running lines for the new railroad. From all sections of Southern California news is coming in daily to the effect that railroad lines are being laid out fn all directions. There is every reason to believe that the next two years will witness great ac tivity in railroad building in this section. GHOSTLY RAPS. They Are Driven Away by a Plumber. A ghost story has made its appearance here and has been exploded. It appeals that a week ago a couple of young ladies residing with their parents on Hill street, were very much startled by mysterious rappings, which appeared to be made on the outside of their house. It was night when the noises were heard, and the young ladies were much startled, es pecially as they could not see that the rips were caused by a human agency. The raps commenced about 11 o'clock and continued for half an hour hefore they died away. The young ladies vowed they would never sleep in tho room again, and when at 11 o'clock tho next night the raps occurred again the whole house was in a state of alarm. The next day a night watchman was em ployed to see if he could fitid the cause. He watched the house, heard the raps, aud stood within a few feet of where they appeared to be made, but he could not account for them, and then it was thought that spiritual manifestations had occurred. The head of the family, how ever, was sceptical, and discovering that there were waterpipes near the place where the noises appeared, engaged a plumber, who found that the pipes needed repair. Since then there have been no raps, and what promised to be a sensation has died out. A musical Lvcnlnf, Signor C. Modini, assisted by his pup ils, gave a concert at Armory Hall last evening, which was well attended. The programme was pleasingly arranged, and introduced to public notice Mrs. Wenger, Mr. Niles, Miss Gertrude Sharr, Mr. Fowler, Miss Kate Fleming, Mr. J. M. Shahan, Mi?s Stewart, .Miss Grosser, Mr. Doane and Miss Williams. Miss lvate Fleming's voice is a very powerful csntralto, and with proper care and study the young lady may expect to make her mark some day. Mrs. Wenger also has a good contralto voice, and sang Campana's "Cauto D'Amore" very well. Her voice is more flexible than Mies Fleming's but not so powerful. Signor Modini sang better than ever, and wes enthusiastically en cored. There were three trios in tie pro gramme, which were well rendered. Undelivered Telegrams. The following are the telegrams re maining at the Western Union telegraph office, No. 6 Court street: Mrs. S. Ileal, Mrs. Minnie Anderson (2), G. L. Ander son, R. Perry. IT WAS LONG ENOUGH. Colouel—Well, what's the matter now? Private—l've got liver troublo and dyspepsia, and ought to get leave for thirty days. Colonel—l'll givo you ten, aud if you take Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla that will bo long enough. Fred H. Blecker of 19 Montgomery street, San Francisco, writes: I have spent many a dollar for medicines, but tho only thing that ever stopped my liver troublo and dyspepsia was Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla. Gustav Solomon of 1323 Valencia street, San Francisco, writes that it has entirely freed him of his indigestion aud sick headaches. CATARRH, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, ASTHMA, ! CONSUMPTION Together with diseases ol the EYE, EAR AND HEART. Successfully treated by ' M. Hilton Williams, M. D., m. c;p. S. 0.. HOLIiENBEGK BLOCK, Cor. Staling and Second Sta., Log Angeles, Cal. Nearly 100,000 Cases Treated. All diseases of the respiratory organs treated by the most improved medical inhalations and the Compound Oxygen treatment, which have such a world-wide reputation ln lung aud nerv ous affections. Los Angeles. Cal., November 14, 18S8. This is to certify that I had been alllicted with asthma and emphyslnia of the lungs for about 24 years. My dlsense was contracted in the army. I had tried almost every known remedy, both here and iv the East, but nothing ever gave m« permanent relief until I had tried Dr. WilliaiLs' Compound Oxygen and other remedies It is only abont one month since I began the treatment and already 1 feel like an other man. I was so bad that for days I could scarcely breathe, but 1 do positively feel that I am entirely cured. The difficulty of breathing has been entirely removed, and I feel as well us I evor did in every respect JOHN W. HOYT, Employe City Water Works, 250 Bellevue uvenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Los Angeles, November 16, 1888. It is a source of gratification to me to be able to testify to the very satisfactory cure Dr. M. Hilton Williams has effected in my case with his Compound Oxygen and other inhalations. After suffering for several years with catarrh of the head and throat, also bronchitis, which caused a very aggravating cough. I applied to Dr. Williams, who effected au entLecurein just two months fiom the time I began tho treatment. I tako pleasure In recommending Dr. Williams as a Christian gentleman and a conscientious aud skillful physician, whose cures seem almost marvelous ln cases of con sumption, asthma, bronchitis and catarrh. MRS. L. A. THURSTON, 53 South Olive street, Los Angeles, Cal. I have seen so many cases of lung diseases cured that I do not consider any case hopeless unless both lungs are seriously involved. Even then the inhalations aid us in dissolving the mucus and in contracting and healing the cav ities, which nothing else caa do with the same success The very best references from those already cured, CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me in regard to their cases bad better call at my office for consultation and examination, bnt if impos sible to do so, can write for a copy of my Medical Treatise, containing a list of questions Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., HOLLENBECK BLOCK, Corner Second and Spring sts., Los Angeler. ja3 (Jru niINCEI.I.ANF.Ors. am 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 Powdeb Co., 106 Wall St. N. Y. THE JOHNSON LOCKE MERCAN TILE CO., San Francisco, Agents. d4-4m EiGIM 4 tt, 50 North Spring St. Ilea's Fornishing Goods. GRAND Clearance Sale FOR THIRTY DAYS. GREAT REDUCTIONS —ON— | Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Neclw, Gloves, Traveling Shirts, Cota and Cuffs, Etc., Etc. DEPOT FOR SANITARY NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR. EAGLESON & CO. JOE POHEIM THE TAILOR, Makes the Best Fitting Clothes In the State at 25 per cent less than any other Tailor on the Pacific Coast. Suits made T0 FRO S ER $25-i5 Pants made "S 8 6i£9 „ 203 Montgomery Street, 724 Market and 1110 & 1112 Market St SAN FRANCISCO. 105,107 and 109 Santa Clara Street, SAN JOSE. 49 and 51 South Soring Street, and 263 North Main Street, LOS ANGELES. J021& 1023 Fourth Street. SAN DpL_ piFTH ANNUAL FLOWER FESTIVAL. The Managers of the Flower Festival Society iv preparing for their Festival of next April offer premiums as follows: S l OO for the best display of Tropical Plants WIOO for the best orlgiusl design not here tofore exhibited at any Festival in this city and S5O for the second best design. Open to all competitors. SIOO for the best kept booth and S 50 for the second best. Open to outside towns only. They also offer SIOO for the best plan for decorating the Festival Hall, including the ar rangement of booths: reserving the right to re ject any or all plans. All applications for floor space and intentions to compete for premiums must be made known to the committee before February 1. All competing plans must be entered by February 15. Inquiry for particulars can be made by letter to the committee, addressed to tho Woman'j Home, 25 East Fourth street, Los Angeles. Committee—Mrs. E. P. Johnson, Mrs. C. W. Blaisdell, Mrs. Melville Dozler. By order of the Committee. dSOMO M. M. FETTE, Rec. Sec. I KIIBOELLAnEOVs. I oiwbu vmrnonw tit TELCpHOtJC HQ, Bote Agent for Los Angeles County for the following goods: Belle of Bourbon Kentucky Whisky White Rock, Waukesha Mineral Waters an Heidsieck Dry Monopole Champagne Ginger Ales Veuve Clicquot Champagne Nicholson's Liquid Bread Geuoveva, a natural German Mineral Water Downey Brandy, vintage of 1865 Louis Roederer Carte Blancho and Grand Yin Buffalo Llthia Water Sec Champagne Clysmic Water Der Sieprerts Angostura Bitters Bouohe Sec Champagne, pints, quarts and half' Val Blatz's celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer pints I carry a large andßwcll selected stock of Foreign and Domestic liquor* especially adapted for family and medicinal use. Tho following is a list of goods which I call spoclal attcution to those engaged iv the Liquor, Hotel or Drug Business, or to per sons contemplating engaging in this business. I have a large and well-selected stock, and can offer liberal inducements to close cash buyers. Call and inspect the stock and obtain quotations before making pnrchases. G. H. Muram, Pommery Sac, Perrier Jouet, Beef and Iron; Hop Bitters, Peruvian Bitters Eclipse Duff Gordon Bherry. Oporto Port, Blackberry, MINERAL WATERS— Apollinaris, Huuyadi, £^'~G i^ n r ' A a £^ e <Tatcau de Springs C vsmio Wa er Whitef Rock Rath Frana » Imported Clarets, Burnetts A Boord's springs, Clysmic water, white Rock Beth- Qu Tom Gin Jamalca Rnnli Scotch and Irish LSU " ""hiskey, W. H. Mcßrayer, Belle of Nelson, Vermouth, Absinthe, Benedictine, enracoa, Hermitage, Hume and Cutter Whiskeys by the Poussecafe, Alcohol, Kerschwasser, Kummel, bottle, gallon or barrel; Duffy Malt Whiskey, 0. Cherry Cordial, Chartreuse, green and yellow, F. C. Taylor Whiskey in bottles, Gulnness's Marlschino, Angostura Bitters, Fernet Branca, Porter, Tennant's and Bass's Ale in pints and etc., Ginger Ale, Hostetter's, Damiana, Celery, quarts. PURE CALIFORNIA WINES. Those visiting this country are cordially Invited to call and inspect the stock of Pure California wines and Brandy, which are put up in cases of 1 dozen Quarts aud 2 dozeu Pints, ready for shipping to all parts of the East, which are nice preseuts for the holidays. I make a specialty in this Hue. My stock of Wiucs consists of the follow ing brands: Port, Angelica, Sherry, Muscatel, Zindfandel, Riesling, Hock, Burger, Blanc Elben, Madeira, White Wine, Claret, Malaga, Tousseau Port. DURING THE HOLIDAYS those living in the county and unable to call personally and give their orders, by a Mrosing all communications and orders to the undersigned, they will receive prompt attention, and be delivered by Wells, Farg-o A Co.'s jtixprcks to your residence without extra charge. Try the H. J. W.ißourbon, $1 per Bottle, delivered by Express or Messenger. Address all orders to /J 26 AND 28 NORTH SPRING STREET, Telephone No. 44, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Jal6 2m ORANGES AND LEMONS We are established at all the principal orange growing districts, including Los Angeles, Rivera, San Gabriel, Pomoua, Riverside, etc., and are prepared to buy for Eastern shipment. Correspondence with growers solicited. Address 129U West First street, Los Augeles, or corner 6th and Pachappa avenue, Riverside. Orange and Lemon Trees We have large nurseries iv Florida, and have budded a large quantity of all leading varieties of Orange and Lemou Trees. Our stock is line, health), and entirely free from pests. We expect to buy the fruit when ready, hence it is to our interest to supply only such trees as will produce desirable stock. Plauter« will do well to corres pond with us at above address. We also carry a full Hue of general nursery stock. wi- W. R. STROISTGr & GO. W. M. EAGLAND, ■fJEWELRYfa 120 NORTH MAIN ST., Opp. Temple St. : : Lanfranco Block. A full and complete stock of everything usually found in a first-class jewelry store. Fine watch repairing a specialty. illO grn " Cabinet ir_ I i Cabinet Photographs, fjg> JFy^^Photographs, Per Doz. -"ICIIL.IIIM mma j3 er j) oz Realizing the stringency of the money market, I have reduced the price of my photos from FIVE to THREE DOLLARS per dozen. Having been ten years in business in Chicago and three years in this city, I can guarantee a first-claes photo equal tojthe very best made, and invite comparison with higher price work. French English and German spoken. J. T. BERTRAND, 413 N. Main Street, opposite Plaza. d 30-lm H. R. HOWELL. E , L . CRAIG. HOWELL & CRAIG, IMPORTERS. Grocers, 32, 34 and 36 South Los Angeles Street, ?k£,aos«%!.*v- LOS ANGELES. CAL. ;17 Km Wm, S. Allen, 33 AND 3-4 S. SPRING ST., One of tho Oldest Houses in the City, will sell you and CAEPETO TILL THE FIRST DA V OF JAIMFARV AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE! Before stocktaking we are going to reduce our stock. Cash buyers have a picnic. jlstf PACIFIC COAST AGENCY FOR FRANK HENDERSON, KALAMAZOO, MICH., Manufacturer of Society Regalia, Costumes, Parap&ernalia and Uniforms. The Finest Qoods in the Market. Give us a trial and you will have no cause to regret having done so. F. H. COY, Manager, 118 MV. First St.. Los Angeles. P. O. BOX 3,191. d233m8 Hygienic! Nourishing! Agreeable! The Best on the Market.