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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
Keport ot orwervatinKi taken st Los Angeles,
California, March 14 18S9, by the War De
partment:
Tune.
Hsu.
I Ther.
I 54 W 4 Cloudy
j 54 HWl i> l'teldy
>;07 A. m.
»:07p. m.
re
00 I
Maximum temr»rat.«re ti">; minimum tern
oenrtnro.s4: rainfall past 24 hours, .22: total
rainfall for reasou, 14.49.
Indications.
Ban Francisco, March 14.—Indications for
24 hours: For California, local rains.
PERSONAL.
Mr. Thos. K. Hard, of Hueneme, is in
the city.
0. M. Roser from Illinois, is stopping
at the Hollenbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Todd of Boston,
Mass., have rooms at the Hollenbeck.
Miss Worth and Miss J. M. Worth
from Oakland, are stopping at the
Hollenbeck.
Mr. Hervey Lindley returned yester
morning from a trip to the northern part
of the State.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Haslett and Mhs
Haslett of San Francisco, are stopping at
the Hollenbeck.
Miss Lulu Ackerson, a society belle of
San Francisco, is the guest of Mr. and
Mra. V. J. Rowan.
Dr. Cantine went to San Francisco en
the noon train yesterday. Ho will be
absent several days.
Dr. W. T. Long, of San Francisco, and
a long time resident of New York City,
is sojourning for a few days in the city.
Mrs. S. O. Dinkelspeil. one of the haut
ton of San Francisco, arrived in the city
yesterday morning and registered at the
Westminster.
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Farwell, Jr.,
well known Chicagoans, arrived in town
yesterday and took up quarters at the
Westminster. Mr. Farwell, Sr., is one
of the dry-goods princes of the Lake
city, and is the builder of the Texas
State House.
MJfWS MOTES.
Dr. C. E. Clacius has removed to 41
South Spring street.
A. McComas was brought to the Sta
tion yesterday for medical treatment.
He fell on a banana peel and hurt his
head.
The Nadeau House office is being ex
tended fo that Manager Schreiber may
have ample room in which to discharge
his many duties.
John Kelly, charged with having re
ceived stolen goods, to-wit, a saddle, was
examined before Justice Austin yester
day, and the charge dismissed.
J. G. McConnell and Ben Ferguson
built a fire in a railroad car, near San
Juan, and were brought to the County
Jail yesterday, to wait there thirty days.
A tramp by the name of John Jones
made a disturbance on Wednesday, in
Pomona, and was yesterday brought to
the County Jail on a sentence ef ten
days.
The colored girl, Clara McWilliams,
who was arrested Wednesday evening
for driving off with a horse and buggy,
was sent to the Girls' Home yesterday by
Justice Savage.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $187,364, and were 84 in
number. Of these 31 were for more
than $1,000 each, and 18 were for nomi
inal considerations.
James Green, who had a fight with an
Alameda street woman, was taken before
Justice Austin yesterday on the charge
of battery, and the 22d of thia month
was set for his trial.
A special prayer meeting to pray for
the outpouring of God's grace on the
Moody meetings will be held at the First
Presbyterian Church, corner Fort and
Second streets, at 10:30 this morning.
All interested are invited.
The board of directors of the Chamber
of Commerce met yesterday afternoon
aed transacted routine business. The
Southern California Exhibit Association
asked for an endorsement of their scheme
similar to the endorsement received from
the Board of Trade, which was granted.
The Irish-Americans of Loa Angeles
are preparing to give a literary and musi-
cal entertainment for the benefit of the
Parnell fund next Monday evening at the
Turn Verein Hall. A number of prom
inent men have been asked to speak, and
a taking programme has been arranged.
Temple, the editor of La Cronica, was
admitted to bail of $3,000 and allowed
his liberty. He was charged with the
embezzlement of the money collected by
some patriotic Mexicans for the sufferers
by a recent flood. He says in his own
defense that the expense of advertising
the subscription list ate up the money
received.
Notwithstanding all that has been
aaid about the Pullman Company having
secured all the excursion cars on all the
roads, A. Phillips & Co. continue to send
off their regular excursions twice a
month. This energetic firm has done
much to turn Eastern attention to
boutiiern California, and the fine pamph
let they recently got out has been very
widely distributed by them at all parts to
which their excursions reach.
Tne flower Festival.
So little has been heard of late of tha 1
Flower Festival Society that it may seem
to be slumbering, but it has never been
more wide awake. The able Executive
Committee chosen in 1888 has worked on
quietly and methodically; has held its
semi-weekly meetings, and has reported
its progress to the Board at the semi
monthly meeting, so that all of the mem
bars are acquainted with the work as it
advances. In the absence of their
former President, Mrs. R. M. Widney
they feel the loss of an active, untiring
chief, but the efforts of the committee and
the leadership of their long-time first Vice-
President, Mrs. W. B. Herriott, seems to
be producing excellent results. As re
cently reported, the plans of Frank Van
Frees for decorating the Festival Hall
were the ones that received the $100-pre
miutn. Orders have been given to put
them into the hands of the faithful festi
val carpenter, Mr. Chalfin, to figure
upon. As a quantity of green will be
needed for decoration, parties having
hedges and trees to clip are asked to
postpone the work till festival time, that
the Society may have the benefit of these
clippings later.
T o?i Jr f« d R ?P'»bllc Clgarro takes the plaoe
„ 10 , Ccn t, 0l « ,r - Republics only
costs 5 ojnts apiece. Try one. '
fancy Formosa Oolongs, H. Jevne.
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY" HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15 1889,
NO VEINS FOUND.
Even the Rumor of Rich Quartz
Ledges Uoea Under.
It seems certain now that the Santa
Clara "gold fields" will be depopulated
in the course of a couple of weeks or so,
for the miners are clearing out at the
rate of a hundred a day, only those re
maining who, having taken down a
couple of months' provisions, will camp
out iv the mountains a little longer and
prospect for quartz. But even this for
lorn hope is not very encouraging, as
will be seen by the tnxt of tho following
official dispatch, which was received
at the Santa Fe offices hsre yes
terday. It said: "Regarding the Santa
Clara mines it now appears that the
placers ure practically no good, but from
many sources of information it is be
lieved that tho quartz ledges cau be
profitably developed. All of the reports,
however, are of detached and indepen
dent ledges. No well-defined vein has
beau discovered."
A good indication of the way affairs
aro drifting is shown in the action cf the
International Company, which jester
day reduced its rates from San Diego to
Ensenada back to $4 from the
$10 to which it was put up at
the time of the excitement. Ad
vices from down country indicate that
there is likely to be trouble at Ensenada,
for the town is said to be full of pros
pectors who are flat broke and who have
no way of getting out unless they walk
across the mountains to San Diego.
Some very interesting developments
may be expected in a day or two.
College Opening.
This evening the formal opening of the
Los Angeles Business College and Eng
lish Training School will take place at
No. 38 South Main street. The following
people will take part in the programme:
Hon. D. Gilbert Dexter, Miss Poppewel
well, Miss Florence Archer. Gen. H. G.
Rollins, Miss Eva Solomon, Miss Joseph,
Miss Garcia, Miss Blanche Caro, Master
and Miss Baldwin, Miss Kennedy, Miss
Mamie Short, Miss Livingston, Mrs.
Beeson, Gov. J. J. Gosper, Miss Watson,
Miss Mary Dobinson, Mr. H. B. Sulli
van, Miss Pearl Gleason, Messrs. W. H.
Mead and C. S. Ward.
Depot Jottings.
Judge Egan, the Santa Fe's right-of
way attorney, is in the city.
Messrs. A. N. Towne and C. P. Hunt
ington telegraphed yosterday that they
will remain in the City of Mexico longer
than was at first intended, and will not
be in Lob Angeles until about the L'Srd
inst.
Mr. H. B. Wilkins, General Freight
and Passenger Agent of the California
Southern, telegraphed yesterday from
Kansas City that he was on his way
home from Chicago. He will be here on
Sunday morning.
The morning passenger train from San
Diego yesterday was one of the biggest
ever pulled over tho coast line. It con
sisted of 'en carloads of travelers, a
large number of whom were disgusted
miners on their way home from the Santa
Claras.
ON SPECIAL SALE AT WINE
BURGH'S.
A lot of open work embroidered linen collars,
8!- 3 cents each
A lot of ladies'nightgowns, tacked and em
broidery trimmings, 41* cent-, each.
A lot of latge Bizs lace pillow shams, 23 cents
each.
A lot of ladies' fine imported jerseys, worth
$3.00, ior SI 90 each.
A lot of flue double border mull embroidered
handkerchiefs, B>j cents each.
A lot of sir, ali silks iv cardinal, garnet, cream,
blue and pink, 25 cents a yard.
A lot of 50 inch pure linen bleached table
damask. 39 cents a yard
A lot of gents' all wool cashmere socks, roll
finished, solid colors, 23 cents a pair.
A lot of boys' meriuo shirts aud drawers,
pearl buttons, silk binding, siz.'s 24 to 34, 30
cents each.
A lot of men's Vicuna meriuo shirts and
drawers, worth 90 cents, for 49 cents each.
A lot of men's pure linen I.ion brand collars,
worth 20 cents, for 8' 3 cents each.
A lot of ladies' full finished Lis'e thread hose,
in navy, garnet, seal and cardinal, regular
price 50 cents, for 88 cents a pair.
A lot of men's pure linen taped border hand
kerchiefs, regular price 25 cents, for IS oentl
each.
A lot of 40-inch ecru curtain scrim, open
work and striped designs, 9 cents a yard.
A lot of pure linen crash toweling" 4 cents a
yard.
A lot of 6 inch wide Swiss embroidery, sev
eral designs. 10 cents a yard.
WINIBLR9H's,
209 |. Spring it, between Third and Fourth.
Men that used to smoke 10 and \ 2.; cent
cigars now smoke Grand Republic Cigarros at
5 cents apiece.
Eye, Ear and Throat Diseases.
Dr. S. M. Slocum, lately associated with the
celebrated Dr. Sadler, is now located at No.
320 South Main street, "Moro Castle " Deaf
dess, noises in the ears, discharges from the
cars, catarrh and throat digeasea most success
fully treated. Operations on the eye skillfully
pertormed. Free consultation from 9a.m. to
sp. M.; evenings, Bto 9; Sundays, 12 m. to
2 p. if.
The Edmonds Dental Co.
Have opened elegant dental parlors in the Bry
eon-Bonebrake Block, and are prepared to do
all classes of dental work at Eastern prices.
Only experienced operators employed. Re
ception room 30. Take elevator.
Db, J. H. Edmonps, Manager.
Consult Mrs. Dr. Wells.
Uterine aud rectal di9eaß°s treated with skill
by her new painless method. Prompt relief
from first treatment Ca lat office for city ref
erences from hopeless cases cured 400 Fort
street, corner Fifth.
S. Conradi's Removal.
S. Conradl, the jeweler, has removed from 1C
South Maiu street to 21 North Spring street
near corner of Frankllu. i
Crown Flour. Crown Flour.
Ask your grocer for It. Always reliable.
It ia positively astonishing how the Grand
Republic Cigarros and Buff is sra being 6old iv
thlscity. Everybody smokes them.
Genuine Java and Mocha coffees, freshly
roasted, at H. Jevne's. '
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
!S n .??lS ll * J Mo " ecM1 " nll » 1 tiian the
S^JS.? 1 ? 1 tte mnlUtmdei of low test, shor
» - °' 2 n <»Ph»te powders. Sold oklt
f ™ X t Ro J.'i^ BAIINB Powdke Co., 106 Well
TiUC CO., Sao Francisco, Agents. d4-lm '
IfaISCEEEANEOUS.
Pi
RETIRING
PROM BUSINESS.
KIM I CO.,
50 North Spring St.
io's Furnishing Goods.
Closing Oat Sale
GREAT RWTIONS!
$25,000 Worth
—OF—
UNDIRfEAR, SHIRTS,
COLLARS AND CDFFS,
ETC., ETC.,
At a Sacrifice!
Evory Dollar's Worth must be sold out
during the next few woelcs.
Not being able to find a much larger
and more suitable Btore at a fair rental,
we have decided to close out our business
as soon as possible, and will therefore
sell our stock at a sacrifice.
Entire Stock and Fixtures
for sale as a whole.
EAGLESOJ & CO.
4
CATARRH,
Throat Diseases, Bronchitis,
ASTHMA,
CONSUMPTION
Together with diseases of the
EYE, EAR AND HEART,
Successfully treated by
M. Hilton Williams.,
if. D.. M.C.P. 8. 0..
HOI, liE ft HEC 14. HI.OCX,
Cor. Spilngand Second Sts., Los Angeles, Cal
Consumption Can Be Cured.
This has been demonstrated in thousands
of cases treated by
l> ft. W I I. I, I A MB.
With his new system of medicated inhalations,
also the oxygen and compound oxygen treat
ment, combined with proper constitutional
remedies for the liver, stomach, blood, etc.
Probably no system of practice ever adopted
has been so universally successful as that in
troduced by Dr. Williams for the oure of
Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma
and Consumption.
CATARRH.
Catarrh is often regarded by the patient as a
cold in the head, and he often expr sses hia
astonishment at his remarkable tendency to
contract a fresh cold. Indeed, he declares he
is scarcely free from one cold before he takes
another; and lie is always exceedingly careful.
It is also a matter of surprise to him that the
cold always seems to settle ia tbe head and
throat.
At times many of the symptoms of Catarrh
may seem to abate, and the patient is led to
hope that the diseas" is about to wear off! but
another class of symptoms soon appear, and he
learns to hia horror that instead of recovery
from the disease It is somewhat changed iv its
character and has exteudel to the throat. A
sense of weariness is sometimes felt in read
ing, speaking or singing, hoarseness at times
occurs, a t cnsation of dryness Is sometimes 'eU
iv the throat, oi it appears that some foreign
substance, as, for Instance, a hair, obstructed
the throat: there becomes a sense of languor
and fatigue, tho breath lessens upon a fittlo
exertion, a short, hacking cough, a peculiar
sound in clearing the throat, a feeling as though
there was not room enough Iv the chest to
breathe; these and other symptoms occur after
the disease has made considerable progress.
Then it is a time when consumption is about to
begin its dreadful work. Up fo this point the
progress of the disease may have been slow, aud
tho patient may In expressing his confident
hope that it will ' wear off," declare that he has
had the catarrh for years and has not seemed to
become much worse, and trusts he will "br
and-by" recover. But this delusion la the
grand error which has peopled our cemeteries
with consumptive forms, as all forms of
catarrh end flually In consumption
Inhalations are applicable In all diseases of
the respiratory organs, but must be prepared
for each individual case as they severally re
quire.
By th e employment of proper inhalation fn
tne form of medicated vapor (not steam or
spray) we are able to produce immediate and
direct action upoa tho diseased surface In the
pharynx and nasal passages, for air will And its
way Into the most remain and intricate caviti\P
where it is impossible to make fluid applica
tlons. By these mtans every case can be cured
Persons desirlug treatment by this system of
practice can use the remedies at home as well
as at our ofllce, and which will cause no incon
venience or hindrance to business whatever
I have seen so many ol these cases cured that
i do not consider any esse hopeless unless both
'' In 8« are seriously involved. Even then
the inhalations aid us In dissolving the
mucus and in contracting and healing the cay
success notnlu S else can do with the same
cured VCT7 b6Bt re,erenoe ' from ' hoi *'already
CONSULTATION FRIES.
Those, who desire to consult with me ia regtfffd
tVS&SSS' ha , d better at office for
consultation nnd examination, but if impon
« hi ?m 0 s°' CBn wrtte '<> r • copy of my
Addresi containing; a list of question*
M. HILTON WILIJAMB, M. D„
HOLLENBECK BLOCK,
Corner Second end Spring sts., Los Angeles.
Offi :e hours, from 0 a . v. to 4 r, v
i&'J Urn
niSCHEEANEOUS.
EXECUTORS' SALE.
"Valuable Farm
3263 ACRES
ON BRANNAN ISLAND
BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF |THE
late DX. F. IKILB, situated iv Sacramento
couuty about oue miio below and opposite the
town of Rio Vista, f routing about one mile ou
the Sacrameuto river and extending along the
north bank of Beveu-Mile slough nearly three
aud a half miles, and including valuablo im
urovements, such as houses, barns, warehouse,
etc , with Borne personal property. About 700
acres now uuder a lease which expires Decem
ber. 1890.
—ALSO,—
10<i4 acres, more or less, situated on ANDROS
ISLAND, at tho junction on Georgiana slough
and the Moqueluuine river, with about two and
a half miles of navigable water frontage.
These lands are thoroughly reclaimed, con
venient to market, aud are unsurpassed for
productiveness by any in the State.
To be sold subject to the approval of the Pro
bate Court.
Bids wtll be received at the office of the ex
ecutors, 137 Montgomery street, San FrauclßCO,
where maps of the proper: y may be seeu and
such further iuformation had as may be re
quired. O. LIVKRMORE,
E. H. TAFT, .
Executors.
San Francisco, February 23,1889 m2tf
CALIFORNIA LANDS
NEAR
LOS ANGELES!
rPHE Simt Land & Water Co., of Los Angeles
JL Cal., have for Bale a large body of fine fruit,
farming and grazing lauds, well watered, and
located in one of tbe most attractive aud health
fui portions of Southern California. They offer
lands from *."> to SSO per acre on very
easy terms to actual settlers, aud will make
special inducements to Colnuists. For Maps,
Price Lists, and full iuformation, address
K. \v. POINItEXTEK, Secretary,
19 Went First St. o* Angeles, Cal.
DAILY AND WEEKLY
HERALD!
——THt
Leading Paper
—or—
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
Devotes is columns to furthering the interosti
of Los Angeles City and County, and the
southern portion of the State.
THE HERALD
i
18 ▲
Newspaper of tbe Day!
Complete In all its details, and
In Every Department
FULL AND RELIABLE.
EDITORIAL COLUMNS
IMecuaa All Lire liiuei of
i tUe Day.
I
i
ITS—
i Telegraphic Reports,
BY ARRANGEMENTS NEWLY
EFFECTED, ARE THE
Fullest 3 Most Maiistk
To be found id any paper of the State,
not' E>eing surpassed by those of tho
.3au Francisco dailies.
ITS LOCAL COLUMNS
Contain a complete resume of Local Hap.
penings and all matters of Home
Interest.
tEHMS:
Daily Hz.ra.ld, By mail, one year $h 00
Daily Hebald, by mail, six months.. ...' 4,,, '0
Daily Hbkald, by mail, three months . 2 21•
Delivered fa the city for 20 cents per week, '
At all cities and towns Postmasters are atith
orised to receive subwifptlons for the Hbball
Tl WEEKLY HERALD.
TKKMH :
Weekly, one year, by mall 56.00
Weekly, six months, by mall loo
Weekly, three months, by mail go
Payable Invariably in advance.
AVERS & LYNCH
miSCELLANEOnS.
wji fix 7^
Bound to Make Bnsiflfss!
A #1.00 i 7
IHHISsS PER PAIR REDUCTION j
I /HffiHu 'a Will ba given on each pair of Ladies' and
j ij|[HH| ■'% Gents' Baota, Shoes and Slippers
sold until April Ist.
r>oc. off on Children's, and
L • m t2kH'. on Infants' Slices. nßffßHif
' J AI.I. GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURE.-! JH&^H
N. B. The cuts represent a lew of the shoes
that we keep in atuck. mls 17t
The Sian that Dims the Stars.
THE NEW HICtH-AKMED IMPROVED
Davis Vertical Feed Sewing Machine
OFFICE : 22 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Head Office for the DAVIS BEWING MACHINE for Southern California. Every Dtvis Sewing
Machine warranted for 10 years. Sold on Easy Time Payments of $5 por month
at 22 South Main street, Los Augeles.
Awarded First Prize at Los Angeled Fair .1880 I First Prize for best aud most durable Fam-
Callforula State Fair, Sacramento 18H6 ily Sewing Machine, Los Augeles Fair.. .1897
Downey Fair 1*8« First Prize, Santa Barbara Fair ISBB
Santa Barbara Fair 1880 1 First Prize, Pomological Fair, Los Angeles 1888
Silver Medal, San Francisco Mechanics' First Prize, Agricultural Fair, Los Augeles 1888
Fair 1888 I ml tn frtAwm tf
PHOTOS. ma J PHOTOS.
fStfT-Realizing the stringency of the money market, I have reduced the price of my
Photos from $5 to $3 per Dozen.
paving ten years in business In Chicago, and three years in this city, I can guar
antee a flrst-class photo, equal to the very best made, and invite comparison with
higher prle> work. French, English and German spoken.
J T BERTRAM O * 413 N. Main st, opp. Plaza,
' ' jn3o-:tm
" GALLUP, NEW SiEXICO, COAL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
OHAS. A. MARRINER, General Sales Agent.
Office and Yard. 607 East First Street.
TELEPHONE 960.
Screened Lump Coal, Delivered Loose J. gj* p f. r To , n -
in Backs »» 22i>„a.„v
Single Sack, In Yard «°Fer Back.
'• " Delivered 73
CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. mlO.lm
$30 a Year-What it Will Do.
THE UNION DEBENTURE BOND CO., OF BOSTON MASS CAPITAL $500,000, WILL
invest this small amount (divided into quarterly, semi-annual or annual payments), each
year for ten years, and return $500 to you.
This Is at the rate of nearly 10 per cent, compound lntereit.
Learn to save your money. Buy one or two bonds, and have $1,000 or more saved np In
ten years.
Call and get full information at once. WM ALBICHB, Agent.
mlo-12m 131 S, Bpring street, Los Angelea Theatre Bnildlng.
.tBAOE Hygienic! iHoanstiiQg! Agreeable;!
The Best on the Market.

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