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DAILY HERALD. I United States Signal Service. Report oi ooservatione taken at Lo* Angelet- Oailtomia, February 2, 181-9, by tbe war De partment: lime. S:OT a. fit. 6:07 r. v. Bur. Thar 30 20 BB 30.10 68_ - 21 SW 3 Clear. | 32 |sw| 3 lulear. Clear Maxiinnm tetnperatar.-., 74; minimum tern rwra'.ore. 47. PERSONALS. Mr. J. M. Grant, of Toledo, is at tho Hollenbeck. Mr. G. M. Haven, of Lowell, Mass., is at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hatter, of Lima, 0 , are at the Hoffman. Mr. F. W. Eberly, of Washington, P. C, is at the Hollenbeck. Mrs. Forrester and Mrs. Bonna, of St. Louis, are at the Hoffman. Mr. J. O. Newhall, proprietor of the Newhall Hotel, is at the Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jacobs and Miss Jacobs, of Chicago, are at tbe Hollen beck. L. W. Dennis has been appointed Land Agent of the Atlantic & Pacific Railway in this city. Mr. William Ellery, advance agent for tbe Fun on the Bristol Company, is at tbe Hoffman. S. Foster, of the firm of S. Foster & Co., wholesale grocers of San Francisco, is at the Hoffman. Chas. H. Shattuck, of the firm of E. J. Shattuck & Co., San Francisco, is visiting Los Angeles for a few days. Messrs. E. F. Sankey, C. C. Ashley and F. M. Ashley, of Rochester, N. V., have rooms at the Hollenbeck. W. R. Albee, agent for the Oregon Kail road and Navigation Company, White Star line and Guion line, with headquar ters at Moscow, Idaho, is at the Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cole, prominent people of Denver, Col., are staying at the St. Nicholas, guests of their aunt, Mrs. Frank Winfield. Hon. W. A. Brown, Assemblyman from San Francisco, brother-in-law of Hon. J. Marion Brooks, is spending a few days in the city, the gueßt of Mr. Brooks. Mr. G. W. Howard, President of the newly organized order of Railway Con ductors, accompanied by his wife, came up from San Diego last night, and has taken permanent quarters at the Hoff man. NEWS MOTES. Mr. C. W. Galpin will be a candidate for nomination for Councilman from the Third ward on the Democratic ticket. There was a round-up a few dajs ago on the Alamitos ranch. The count showed 16,000 sheep and 1,900 cattle. On Tuesday evening, February 19th the Order of Knights of Pythias will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary at Armory Hall. Frank Howard was sent to the County Jail yesterday from the San Jose district for having committed a misdemeanor. He will stay there twenty days. The Ladies' Benevolent Society's ball will take place on February 20th in Turn Verein Hall. It will be, as usual, one of the most brilliant affairs of the season. The corner-stone of the Presbyterian Church was laid at Santa Monica yester day. The plans were drawn by Mr. E. A. Coxhead, and the church will cost $5,000. Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $80,105, and were 77 in number. Of these 26 were for more than $1,000 each, and 21 were for nominal considerations. Health Officer Reese reports fifty-seven deaths during January. Of these six were of typhoid fever, seven of consump tion, four of pneumonia, five of inanition and four of old age. Tim Carroll, a nurseryman at Ana heim, has recently sold 30,000 young gum trees to go to San Diego. He sold the Messrs. Bixby & Hellman 40,000 to plant on the Alamitos. Mrs. Lucy Brown, who struck Mrs. Mrs. Antonia Loughlin with a buggy whip, was tried in Justice Savage's court gesterday, and found guilty of battery, he will be sentenced to-morrow. Wilfred Burkman, a native of Norway, Edward Wendler, a native of Austria, and Theodore Wendler, a native of Ger many, were naturalized yesterday by Judge Wade in Department 3. Yesterday the Redondo Beach Com pany purchased a fine steam tug in San Francisco, from which port Bhe will sail immediately for Redondo, loaded with supplies for the company's use. A meeting of the Central Committee on Co-operative Evangeliatic Work, will be held on to-morrow at 3 v. m., in the First Presbyterian Church, corner Second and Fort streets, to prepare for the coming of Mr. Moody. Mr. Robert L. Bray, of No. 12 Metcalf street, this city, died of typhoid fever early yesterday morning. Mr. Bray wan well known in this city, having been engaged here for many years in the con tracting and building business. The bids opened at the Soldiers' Home, near Santa Monica, last week, having been in excess of tbe amount expected by the Home authorities, have been re jected, and new proposals, under amended specifications, will be asked for at an early date. T. W. Fergeson, who was charged by his wife with battery, appeared in Jus tice Austin's Court yesterday for trial. Mrs. Fergeson stated that she had re ceived full and complete satisfaction for the offense, and would withdraw tho charge. Four youthful vagrtnts, aged 10 or 12 years, named Tom Donahue, Jack Con ley, Harry Nolan and Bert Mills were captured by the police a little before midnight last night. They were unable to give any account of themselves, and were brought to the station. The quarterly "meeting of the Bamabai Circle will be held in the parlors of the Fort-Street Methodist Church, Tuesday morning, at 10:30 o'clock. Sr. Tyler Wilcox will deliver an interesting ad dress on "The manners and customs of India and the work of Fundia Bamabai." The Rosedale school teachers were very pleasanly remembered Friday by Mrs. Chapin, who sent to the school THE LOS AJTOKLSS DAILY HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1889. building and caused to b? spread, for their lunch, delicacies from berown lar d and hand, and from China. Mrs. Chapin and her husband are teachers and re turned missionaries from China and are well known for their many deeds of kindness. The seven teachers unani mously voted Mrs. Chapin heartfelt thanks for her thoughtful attention. A Chinaman by the name of Ah Kirn was taken before Justice Lockwood yes terday on the charge of resisting an officer. His trial was set for February Bth. and he was allowed to go on bail of $100. Officer Dorsey undertook to arrest a pair of Chinamen Tuesday night, who were disturbing the peace, and Ah Kirn interfered and then resisted arrest. The surveying on the Sanla Ana and Long Beach railroad route is getting along inely. Captain Healy, of Long Beach, xho is (loin; ths work, was in town over night on Wednesday, and reported that le was making good progress. He will run three lines between Santa Ana and tbe Los Alamitos Kanch, one of which joes by way of Garden Grove. He in formed us that tho general lay of the XKo3try out west of the river is remark ably good for a railroad. The surveys will probably be completed next week, and then the time for talking business to the people will be at hand. The farmers and shippers out west ot" the river are enthusiastic over tbe prospect of a rail road.—[Santa Ana Standard. - AMD!Se¥eNT3. Tbe Carleton Opera Company at the Grand. Confidence is expressed that the season of light opera by the Carleton Opera Com pany, which commences at the Grand Opera House to-morrow night, will du plicate their former brilliant triumphs here. William T. Carleton is among the popular managers. The good opinion of his capabilities as a singer legan with his first visit to the coast; later visits strengthened it, until now, when he is, as he has been for some years, managing musical combinations on his own account, his name has become a synonym for well selected and disciplined singers, well appointed stago settings, elegant cos tames, and a general equipment always safe far an operatic performance far above the average. The feature of the engagement will be tho presentation cf two operas not before seen here by this company, on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday matinee, the latest opera comique suc cess, Mynheer Jan, will receive its initial representation here. Tuesday and Thurs day, Srrausa' masterpiece, the Queen's Lace Handkerchief, will be given a most brilliant production. Tbe costuming of this opera will surpass anything hereto fore seen here. Friday and Saturday nights will be devoted to Carleton's for mer great successes, Erminie and -Yanon. The ensemble of the company this year is stronger than ever, headed by Mr. Carle ton himself, who has never been in bet ter voice, we find the names of Charles H. Drew, Jay C. Taylor, J. K. Murray, B. Broderick, Charles Fair, Alice Vin cent, Clara Wisdom, Bose Beaudet, Mag gie Baxter, the new faces being Miss Clara Lane, a winsome little soubrette, possessed of a high soprano voice, and Mr. E. He Mesa, a comedian of first qual ity. The chorus is aa usual with Mr. Carleton, composed of handsome young ladies with fresh and trained voices. 1 lie Athletic flub. The are great preparations going on for the twelfth annual field day of tbe Los Angeles Athletic Club. It takes place at Prospect Park on tho 22nd inst. A fine new track is being made, and no expense is to be spared to make it perfect. Events are open to all amateurs who belong to any recognized athletic club, but intending competitors should make their entries prior to the 19th inst. The prites may be seen at Stoll & Thayer, 47 South Spring street. A ** EH sill Fire. Yesterday morning a small residence belonging to a colored man, named Sykes, at tha West End, caught fire and burned to the ground. It caught from a defective flue and spread so rapidly that the department could tot save anything. The damage was about $1.030. ACNXIK rEHPEEXED. "Forheaven's sake, what does your mother do to you children that makes you so hungry?" "please, auntie, she gives us Joy's Vegetablo Sarsaparilla and it's awful good." T. S. Milton of 511 lost Btreet, San Francisco, writes: "I had been ailing for weeks with a disorder of tho liver and kidneys. Finally ray wile, becoming frightened, procured a bottlo of 'Tho California Remedy'— Joy's Vegetable S-arsacarilla. It cured me right up. In fact did so much for me thai I sent for a balf-d zen and gave it to my children, with the most satis factory results." Eye, Ear ant Throat Diseases. I)r 9 M. Slocum, lately associated with the celebrated Ur. Sadio-, is now Incited at N i. '320 South Mala street, "Moro Castle " De«f dess, noises in the eArs, discharges from the ears, catarrh and throat diictsep most sucoe s fully treated. Operatious on the eye skillfully performed. Free eonsulrariou from 9a. M.to sr. X.; Sundays, 12 m. to 2p. v. Armour Canned Meats In ftll supply at Btymoor A Johnson Company. St. Louie Lead, Eastern Oil ii.. a.i.■ s ■. i;,., i..i.t..i ■■ .... And painters'supplies at P. H. Mathews'. JOE POHEIM THE TAILOR, Makes the Best Filling Clothes in the State at 25 per cent less than any other Tailor on the Paclfle Coast. Suits made T0 F g OHER0H ER $25°9 Pants made t Vr r om r 6:°° 203 Montgonery Street, ?24 Market and 111 * Ifl2 Market St m FRAit DISCO. 105, 107 and 109 Santa Clara Street, SAI JOSE. 49 and 51 South Soring Street, and 263 Uorth Main Street, LOS AUGELES. SPKfTIAI/INTN. . noie aud throat diseases a epe- ctalty: 23 yoari' experience. Bi'nta Sweat Ana, Cal. nl7 2m* miNfJKI.I.ANKOI-N. POWDER Absolutely Pure. The powder never vanes. A model of purity and wholsomcness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In compe tition with the multitudes of low test, short weight, slnm of phosphate powders. Sold only in cans, Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall st.N. Y. THE JOHNSON LOCKE MEROAN TILE CO., Ban Francisco. Agents. (14 4m CATARRH, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION Together with diseases of the EYE, KAR AND HEART, Successfully treated by M. Hilton Williams, M. D.. M. C. P. 8. 0.. HOLIiENKFX'R BLOCK, Cor. Smlng and Second Sto., Los Angeles. Cal. Consumption <-an Be Cured. This has been demon trated in thousands of treated by DX. WI I.LIAKS With hlsnsw system of medicated inhalations, »l«o the oxygen and compound oxygen treat ment, conibiutd with proper constitutions 1 rem-dies for the liver, stomach, blood, eta. Piobably no syat'm of practice ever adopted has been so universally successful as that in traduced by l'r. Wi Hints for tho ouro of Catarrh, Throst Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma aud Consumption. CATARRH. Catarrh is often regarded by the patient as a cold in the head, and lf> often expr s«es his astonishment st hi* remarsable tendency to eoutr ct a fresh cold. Indeed, he de> lares he is fcarcely free from one cold before he takes another; and ,c is always exceediußlv careful It is also a matter of surprise to him that the cold always seems to settle iv the head and taroat. At times mmy of the symptoms of Catarrh may seem to alxte, and the patient is I"d to hole that the disc is la about to wear off; but another class of symptoms soon appear, and he learns to his horror that itißtead of rec-.very from the dlse'se it. is somewhat changed In it. charavter and h s extetide to'he throat. A sense ol wesriuc«« ts sometimes feltiu read ing, speaking or sin: in», hoar-enei" stila.es occurs, a ensatiou of drymes is sometimes el in the throat, or It appears that some foreign substance, a', for Instance, a hair, obstructed the throat; there becomes a sense of languor aud fatigue, the brfeaih les-euR upon a little axertion, >. short, hacking cough, a peculiar sound in clcaMngtne throat, a feeling as though there was not room enough in ihe<h-sMo breathe; these aud o'her symptoms occnr after the dis asc baa made Cons'dt-ratle progress Then it is a time when consumption is abont to beglu its drparif ol woik. Up to his pointthe progress of thedi-ease may have been slow, and the patieu' m«y in eipres-intr his coufid"Ut hope that it will ' wear off," decltre that he lias had the catarrh for years and has not Betmed to become murh worse, aud trus's hewiil"bj aud by" recover But this delusion is the grand error which has pc >i<l J d our Ct msH -rles wth co sumptiVH forms, as all ferns ol catarrh end d ally in coosumotion. Inhalations are ap;l cable in all diseases of the resptra'orv organs, bnt must be prepaied for each individual cose as taey severally re quire. By the employment of proper inhalation in the fo'm of, m dicattd vapor (not steam or spray) we are a' lj to prod'co imjnertLtß and direct an ion upon the diseased surface in the pharynx and nas<l pat*sg»s, 'or sir will li <d its way into the most r. mote and i tricate eavjtles, where it is impos-ibls to make lltild applica Hons. By these m aus .-very c t«e can be turf d Persona dea'riug treatment by this system of practice cm use (he remedi s at home a* well as at our i frtce, and which will caU6e uo incon venience or hiudrai cc to business whatever. I have seen so many of the c cases cured that I do not cods! e r any case hopt 1 ss in less both |i ngs are seiiously involved. Even then the inhalations aid us In dissolving the mucua and lv contracting aud heallug the cav ities, which nothing c se caa do with the same success The very best references from those already cured. CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me in regart to their cases had better call at my office foi consultation and examination, but if impos sible to do so, can write for a copy of mj Medical Treatise, containing a list of questions' Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D. HOLLENBECK BLOCK, Corner Second and Soiin;? sr*.. i,ou Angeleu. Office hours, from 9 a m to Ip. m t»3 6m PO I »H1 AI, C4HD. To the Voters Eighth Ward. I hereby announce myself as a caudldato for the office of Counrilmsn for the Eighth Ward, subject to the action of the Democratic Convention. f3 P. N. O'DONNELL. It is to the interest of the voters of the NINTH WARD, irrespective of party, to see that R. B. YOUNG, The Architect, is elected to represent them in the Council. tn* CO IIJN OILMAN, R. E. WIRSCHING Announces himself as Candidate for CeuncilmaD from the Ninth Ward, object to the decision of the Republican Con vention. j»29 7» NOl'lOE '10 COW TRaTStoljs] THE NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED Volunteer Soldiers (Pacific Branch), Santa Monica. Cal., Febrnary 3,1888. Scakd proposals will be received until 12 o'clock, noon, Saturday. Feb-uary 9. 18 9, for the erection end completion of two frame dwelllngs.each two stories high,upon the Home grounds near Santa Monies, according to plans and amended specifications which may be seen at the offlee of the Inspector General at the Home. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids. GEN. WM. B. FRANK! IN, President. E. T. Bbown, Inspector-General. f8 4t minVKI.I.ANKOUf*. EAGLESON I CO, 50 North Spring St. la'i Mig Goods, Clearance Sale FOR THIRTY DAYS. GREAT REDUCTIONS —ON — Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear, Gloves, Travelog Shirts, Collars and Col, Etc, Etc DEPOT FOB SANITARY NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR. EAGLESON & CO. OATAEEH, ASTHMA, 'BRONCHITIS, THROAT DISEASES —itra— CONSUMPTION Successfully treated by W. I. HOWARD, M. D., ISryson -ssoi*ct>riiko Hlock, SOUTH SPRING STREET, COR. SECOND. Oivrjfii Is widely known for its life (riving nnd vitalizing power; and Inhalations of this potent agent in its various forms, oxysten geLu ■■ itrosreu* monoi Ide, peroxide »f hydrogen, ozone, etc .combined with medicated inhalattousand specific internal rem edies, constitute a treatment that iB unrivaled in its (Sects. A Lending; New York Physician, In speakingof the we of themixel trasses, says a few weeks'treatment will usually be followed by "increased activity of the digestive, assimilative and excretory fuurtlons; hence follows relief of chronic conntipalion and return of normal appetite; dysprcea from any rouse may be re lieved, b vere asthma not excepted, the treat ment proving almost a specific; softening and resorption of morbid deposi>s of every char acter, whether lvrnphnus tuberculous or can cerous; habitual headaches and neuralgias of almost every iorru, eve" chronic sciatica cured or materially alleviated; marked increase in the breathing capacity; progressive 'tonlntr-up' '■f the muscular aod nervous systems; restora tion of voice in some cases of nervous aphonia and lost vocal power; removal of inveterate in somnia; invigoration of Impaired or declining v rile power, and, in a word, increased mental and physical vigor. Nor ere these results merely temporary, as from stimulation. They are essentially permanent and substantial." CONSULTATION FREE. Honrs—lo to 12, 2to 5,7 to 8. W. I. HOWARD, in. D., Rooms 13 and 14, Bryson-Bonebrako Block. jn24 1m Santa Fe Springs Hotel, O. J. WOOD IRD, Prop. HOT SULPHUR BATHS From the famons Mineral Springs, FREE TO GUESTS. Twelve miles from Los Angeles on main line of A. T. & 8. 9. R. R. to San Diego, and on Whlttier branch of S. P. R. K. Free carriage to and from trains. &I.SO PER DAY. Bpcclal rates by week or month. sWSANTA FE SPRINGS, CAU, formerly Fnlura Wells. ]a 24 lm MISSION OLIVE TBEES. 5,000 Mi«ssiou Olive Trees grown from hard wood cuttings, in open ground, one te two, and two to four feet high. BULLETIN SMYRNA FIGS. ORANGfS CLING PEACHES. BARTLITT PEARS. CUTHBERT KASPBERRIEB, KHLaEY JAPAN PLUMB, And a general assortment of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. TRUMBULL & BEEBE Nurserymen and Seedmen, 419-121 San some street, ji2l-14t Ban FraneUoo, Cal. MISCELLANEOUS. CMu*li.uuwiv.A.*itt.l. Sole Agent for Los Angeles County for the following goods: Belle of Bourbon Kentucky Whisky White Rock, Wankeßha Mineral Waters an Heidsieck Dry Monopole Champngre Ginger Ales Veuve Cliciiuot Champagne Nicholson's Liquid Bread Genoveva, a natural German Mineral Water Downey Brandy, vintage of 1865 Louia Roederer Carte Blanche and Grand Yin Buffalo Llthia Water Kec Champagne Clysmic Water Der ttiegerts Aiigostma Bitters » Bouche Sec Champagne, pint*, quarts and half- Val Blatz's celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer pints I carry a large andßwell selected stock of Foreign and Domestic Liquors especially adapted for family and medicinal uso. Tho following 1« a list of goodß which I call special attention to those engaged in the Liquor, Hotel or Drug Business, or to per sons contemplating engaging iv this business. I have a large and well-Bolected stock, and can offer liberal inducements to close cash buyers. Call and Inspect the stock and obtain quotations before making purchases. G. H. Mumm, Pommery Sec, Perrier Jonet, Boef and Iron: Hop Bitters, Peruvian Bitters Eclipse Buff Gordou Sherry. Oporto Port, Blackberry, i.v. i ■ ~,,.„„„ o iuiuu.ni ii , i: Peach, Ginger, Apple, Raspberry and cherry 1' Brandy: Hennessy and Mortell Cognac, St. y l , cay T^ r v i f drl H. hß ,l iaU ' °,' ncr Rftkoc K,V?i«i Julieu, Medoc, Chateau La Rose, Chateau de falo Lith a. Seller, genoveva, Bartlett Fran(J ; i mported clarets, Burnetts & Boord's Springs, Clysmlo Water, White Rock Both- old Tom Jama]cß Rnmi Scotch and Irish esda ""ilskey, W. H. Mcßrayer, Belle of Nelson, Vermouth, Absinthe, Benedictine, Curacoa, Hermitage, Hnme and Cutter Whiskeys by the Poussecafo, Alcohol, Kerschwa6ser, Knmmel, bottle, gallon or barrel: Duffy Malt Whiskey, O. Cherry Cordial, Chartreuse, green and yellow, F. C. Taylor Whiskey in bottles, Guiuness's Marisehiuo, Angostura Bitters, Fernet Branca, Porter, Tennant's and Bass's Ale in pints and etc., Ginger Ale, Hostetter's, Damiana, Celery, quart a. 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 and 2 dozen Pints, ready for shipping to all parts of the East, which are nice presents for tho holidays. I make a specialty in this' line. My stock of Wines 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, b/ addressing all communications and orders to the undersigned, they will receive prompt attention, and be delivered by Wells, Fargo dc Co.'c Kxpress to yonr residence without extra charge. Try the H. J. W.j,Bourbon, $1 per Bottle, delivered by Express or Messenger. Address to /] 26 AND 28 NORTH SPRING STREET, Tklkphonk No. 44. LOS ANGELES, CAL, ]al6 2m NEW JE WE L R YStore 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. dlO 2m 3 fa dicmc/ & Realizing the stringency of the money market, I have reduced tho 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-class photo equal to .the very best made, and invite comparison with higher price work. French, English and German spoken. J. T. BERTRAND, 413 N. Main Street, opposite Plaza. jH;10-3m .. Our Plows and Harrows Beat the World! MONTGOMERY, GRANT Sc CO.. 233 N. I.os Angeles St. Branch Stores at Pomona and San Bernardino. NORWEGIAN STEEL PLOWS. SYRACUSE CHILLED PLOWS. BUGGIEB AT COST, AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS THE SAME. We carry everything required by the Farmer and Orchardist. II lm H. R. HOWELL. R. L. CRAIG. HOWELL & CRAIG, IMPORTERS. -:- Grrocers, 32, 34 and 36 South Los Angeles Street, LOS ANGELES CAL. j'7 3m Wm. S. Allen, 33 AND 34 S. SPRING ST., One of the Oldest Houses In the City, wLI sell you AND CAEPETIO TIM. THE FIRST DAY OF JANTJABT AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE! Before stocktaking we are going to reduce our stock. Cash buyers have a picnic. jlßtf PACIFIC COAST AGENCY FOR FRANK HENDERSON", KALAMAZOO, MICH., Manufacturer of Society Regalia, Costumes, Paraphernalia and Uniforms. The Finest Goods in the Market. Give us a trial and you will have no cause to regret having dene se. P. H. COY, Manager, 118 W. First St.. Los Angeles. P. O. BOX 3,191. j293m trade Mfl/ty, Hygienic! Nourisbing! Agreeable! SkiuMe/Qocm The Best on the Market.