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DAi LV HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
B-Oporcolofservatiovs taken at Los Angeles,
Otrlturr.la, Maroh 27. 18S9. by the War De
portment:
Tim*. I B«. Toer.t p X t , *d Vel
~T*r~i.. 7. :w.u sTT I r>2 sr i oioajj
StuTv. H i30.12 60 1 M W » CU'al'l
V-Tlmnr-ter-'pc'-wuro, 67 minimum tem
perature. BA.
Bah FntNcisco, March 27 — Indications lor
14 hou/s: For California— Fai' weather, pre
ceded In northern portion by light rains and
westerly winds; nearly sta.louary temper
ature.
For Oregon nrd Washington—FAlr weather in
•astern portion : local rains lv uorthern portion;
wosterlv winds and cooler iv extern portion
•nd nearly stationary temperature In western
portion.
A Lizard Story.
A atory was told yesterday of a little
girl, the daughter of Mrs. Mary Casey,
who is said te live iv East Los Angeles,
which sounds very dubious, hut is said
to be well authenticated. It was reported
that tbe child, drinking from a pool of
water in the Arroyo Seco, swallowed a
lizard. She was unaware of what had
happened at the time, but some time
later she felt odd pains in her stomach.
This was followed by constant retching,
and an inability to keep anything on the
stomacn. Kinetics were administered,
and yesterday morning, in a lk of violent
-coughing and vomiting, the lizard was
brought up. It was about three inches
in length and alive.
CAUSE OF THE GROWL
" What are you growing at, sir?"
**At tho amount you are eating, sir! Have
jou no regard for the feelings of a dyspeptic,
sirT"
" No, sir I Go and take a course of Joy's Vegeta
ble Sarsaparilla aud you won't have the dys
pepsia, sir!"
John Argall of 62S Golden Gato avenue
writes: "You may also use my name as an ad-
Jltioual authority that "The California
Itemed)-," Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.wtll cure
dyspepsia aud liver and kidney complaint, it
has done It for me."
James Wells, Oakdale, Cal.. writes: "I
•offered acutely from dyspepsia for years,
scarcely taking a meal without tbe distressing
pains of indigestion. I took Joy's Vegetable
Sarsaparilla with the happiest of results. It
relieved me of it entirely.
Great Special Sale at Wineburgh's,
ON TI.ESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND TIIIBJDAY.
The new lines of Spring goods In silks, plushes,
{lores, trimmings and dress goods, which we
are added this season, are attracting consid
erable attention,and the low prices we quote are
a still greater surprise. We have had no dull
times. Our trade is increasing right along.
Note a few of tbe bargains.
A line of striped sateen coaching parasols, 20
i nchea, ntanral wo< d bandits, 61* cts. each.
A line of 21 inches, solid center, light bor
der sateen coaehiDg parasols, carved wood
handles, 70 cts. each.
A line of 20 and 02-inch trieotine, sateen
border, black parasols, 8 ribs, argus frame,
PL 10 each.
A line of black Windsor, si k lined carriage
parasols, jointed, black and colored linings,
fancy and blsck handles, chenille ttssels,
$1 69; worth $2.50.
A live of Moutalbau worsted suiting, neat,
small checks; all the best colorings, serviceable
and pretty, for if I 49 a suit; a bargain at $2,50.
A line of infant,' knit zephjr vetts, scirlet,
three sizes, at 25c. each; regular price, 50c.
A line cf 40-inch, all wool French cashmeres,
in navy, scarlet, garnet,wine, myrtle, terra cot
ta, grays, receda, etc . at 49 cent! a yard; sold
elsewhere as a bargain st 75 cents.
A line of fancy printed oha!lis, warranted
fast, all new designs, at 0 cants, 12 v 2 cents and
15 l cuts; worth 20 cents, 25 cents and 35 cents
-sard.
a line of linen torchon lace, shell design, 1%
Inches wide, at 2 cents a yard, in 12 yard lots.
A line of linen Porchon lace, shell design, 2
inches wide at SW cents a yard in 12-yard lots.
A line of boys' pine linen collar*, standing
-Ana turn down, at 7 cents each; s'zis 12 to 11
inch.
A line of French rateens, new and elegant de
signs, 25 cents a yard, told elsewhere st 37*4
■cents.
A line of ladies', gents', and boys' Windsor
ties at 9 cents each.
A line of ladies' coat beck jerseys in navy,
seal, cardinal and black, at 50 cents each.
A line ol checked nainsooks, small and large,
jat 16 yards for $1 00.
>;r ad. appears every other day.
WlirasvooH.
209 S Spring St., between Third and Fourth.
The Edmonds Dental Co.
Have opened elegant dental parlors in the Bry
oon-Bonebrake Block, and are prepared to do
all classes of dental work at Eastern prices.
Only experienced operators employed. Re
oeptton room 30. Take elevator.
Da. J. H. Edmonds, Manager.
Eve, Ear and Throat Diseases.
'Dr. 3. 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
ears, catarrh and throat diseases most success
fully treated. Operations on the eye skillfully
rrformed. Free consultation from 9 a.m. to
p. at.; evenings, 8 to 9; Sundays. 12 m. to
3 p '
The Magnetism of Bargains,
Draws men aud women to our store and sends
them away again happy and contented
SPECIAL.
»18 Cheviot Suits for $10.
$12 CassimDre Suits for $7.50.
Satisfactory prices, satisfactory bargains, sat
isfactory quality are the rules at Adam's
•nothing House, 15 S. Spring St.
Consult Mrs. Dr. Wells.
Uterine and rectal diseases treated with skill
*y her new painless method. City references
from hopeless cases cured. 400 Fort street,
corner Fifth.
Conn's Pawnbroker Sale.
Auction of last twelve months' unredeemed
pled es of jewelry, diamonds, watches and
firearms Is now going ou at No 21 i First street,
near Main strett, every day and evening until
all aro sold. L. B. Coko, Pawnbroker.
Adams Never Fails
To satisfy every customer. It Is a fac:!! Buy
era can save money on every tr*de if tnev buy
of Adams' One Price Clothier, 15 ». Spring St.
It 1
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
The powder never varies. A model of purity
und wholsomenass. More eoonomieal than tho
•ordinary kinds, and cannot be told In oompe*
rttiou with the multitudes of low teat, abort
weight, alum of phosphate powders. Sold only
£X cahs, Royal Baking Powdeh Co., 106 Wall
art., H. Y. THK JOHNSON LOCKS MERCAN
TILS 00., Ban Francisco, Agents, di-4m
THF LOS ANOKLKS \U tLY HERALD. THURSDAY MORiVflN"(r. MARCH 28, 1889
M > SCEE I- A I* EOI 1«.
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain In the Stomach. Sick Headache, Giddiness,
Fulness, and Swelling after Meals, Diizinoss and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings of Hoal, Loss ol
Appetite. Shortness of Brcaih, Costivenos. Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin. Disturbed Seep, Fr ghtful
Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, Sc. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN
TWENTY MINUTES. This is no fiction. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box of these
pills nud they will beach noteledgedto be a Wonderful IT «<iiriite.-"Worth niruincaabox."-
BKECUAM'S PILLS, taken as directed, will quickly restore females toconiplete health. For a
WEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
they ACT LIKE MAGlC:—« few dotes will work wonders upon the Vital Organs: Strengthening
ihe'muscular System ; restoring long-lost Complexion; brining back the keen edge of appetite,
and arousing with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole physical energy of the human frame.
These are "facts " admitted by thousands, in all classes of society, and one of the best guaran
tees to the Nervous and Debilitated is that BEECHAM'S PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF ANY
PATENT MEDICINE IN THE WORLD, Full directions with each Box.
Prepared only by THOS. BEECH A M, St. Helens, Lancashire, England.
Sold by liruyalsts generally. B. F. ALLEN It CO., 365 and 367 Canal St., New York, Sole
Agents for the United States, who, (if your druggist does not keep them,)
WILL MAIL ON RECEIPTOF PRICE 25_CENTS ABOX.
TROY LAUNDRY CO.
Works : 571, 573, 575 North Main Street.
MAIN OFFICE: UNDER LOS ANGELAS NATION AL BANK,
FIRST A>D SPKIMI Mil LETS.
HOTEL, RESTAURANT and FAMILY WASHING.
TROY SYSTEM.
PRICES AS LOW AS ANY LAUNDRY. ia27 3m cod
Bound to Mate Bus!
#1.00 J /
, : ,-.A PER PAIR EEIIOCTION . . J
! Will be given on each pair of Ladies' and
! j Gents' Boots, Shoes and Slippers
sold until April Ist.
ALSO,
£>Oc. off on Children's, and soWJPfeBSy
25c. on Infants' Shoes. HSB
J ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. JS|Baaaß[
TERMS CASH. ,
J \J c. l. fisher Hfi^^p
54 North Spring St.
N. B. The cuts represent a few of the shoes
that we keep iv stock. mls 17t
r-z\AZ
$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 teu years, and return $500 to you.
This is at the rate of nearly 10 per cent, compound Interest.
Loam to save your money. Buy one or two bonds, and have 81,000 or more saved up in
ten years.
Call and get full information at once.
WM. ALRICHS, Agent,
mlo-12m 131 S Spring street, Los Angeles Theatre Bnilding.
PHOTOS. außi^jiw wmmm ■ J PHOTOS.
£»Jr*"Reaiizing"the stringency of the money market, I have reduced the price of my
Photos frOm $5 to $3 per Dozen-
Having been ten years in business in Chlcsgo, and three years in this city, I can guar
antee a first-clasß photo, equal to the very best made, and nvite comparison with
bighor price work. French, English aud German apokeu.
J. T. BERTRAM D, 413 N. Mam st , opp. Plaza.
MAnSAUE AND MOVEMENT CORE!
By C STAFFER, 237 South Spring- Street, a pupil of Dr. Douglass Graham of
Boston. Also meihod of Dr. George Hunerf into of Llpzlg used.
\l A A r 1 "IT 19 RBPeciai.lv beneficial for all nervous trouble, writer's
ill AC?n/AY.TJCi cramps, Weak Eyes, Female Weaknesses, Kidney, Throat and Chest Trouble,
often preventing Consumption. It has no equal f->r Paralysis and all Chonlc Diseases Rheu
matism, Neuralgia and Sciatica are cured by It. It is unexcelled for Torpid Liver. Dyspepsia,
Constipation and Convalescence from Fever and Surgical Operations. It is a method of treat
ment that all educated physicians recommend who have their patients' welfare at heart.
CONSULTATION FREE. TELEPHONE 792 m 22 lm
•trad- ™* "THE BEST OF. BEVERAGES.'
Made InrtanlUj
_ J. T. RHBWtRD. 13 AUB 15 NORTH BPKINU STKI ET.
ONE OF THOSE "BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT AND THEN GO AHEAD"
fellows, who graduated from a third-rate jeweller into a full-fledged Cloak and Suit
Agent, with a great big "A" for a good and sufficient reason, and who has cornered
til the "gall" factories in the country, attempted to be smart without being witty in last
Sunday's paper. Remember tLe "Deputy Assessor is abroad in the land, and even a "Pasa
dena Blacksmith" should know better than to make any personal allusions or insinuations.
We think it best, even if it does cost more, to be honest, and the best thing for a fellow to do
with an elastic conscience is to keep quiet, stop peddling nude pictures for advertising pur
poses in the dens of the city, and learn a lesson in morality.
We are taking particular pains to impress upon you the importance of our
CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT
To-day the sales are far in advance of any house in the city. Every effort will be put
forth until it overreaches the combined sales of every house in the city in this line of busi
ness. Hundred of people visit a dry goods house every day that never think of entering an
exclusive house unless called for some particular reason. It is a fact noticeable in every city
of any importance in this country that the leading dry goods houses stand head and shoulders
above any exclusive cloak houses. The expense for conducting an exclusive house is too
great. In this city the expense for selling a single line of goods is enormous. We charge
our Cloak and Suit Department one dollar a day rent, or three hundred dollars a year. An
exclusive house pays from eight to ten dollars a day rent, an average of nine dollars a day,
twenty-seven hundred dollars a year. Don't you think we have some advantages ? The pro
portion of every other expense cuts the same figure. In order to meet these enormous
expenses Cloaks and Suits have heretofore been sold at figures that placed a lock aud key
upon the pocketbooks of those who were inclined to indulge in one of these luxuries. It
was all very well during the days of the boom, when everyone was flush with money, but
those days have gone, and with them the day of high prices on Cloaks and Suits. We have
taken the initiative and placed this department upon a basis of
Good Goods, Stylish and Well Male, at Moderate Prices,
And the sales have shown the results of this liberal method. We ask the public to pay this
department a visit under the new order of things. No importuning to buy. No misrepre
sentations. Still adding to our stock
NOVELTIES OF THE HIGHEST ORDER
And Prices at the Lowest Notch!
ANOTHER GREAT IMPROVEMENT IS NOTICEABLE IN OUR
Hosiery and Underwear Department
New Goods have been pouring in upon us. We have thoroughly reorganized and ex
tended this department until it is the largest and handsomest department in the city.
A Few Extraordinary Bargains Are Being Offered.
THIS WEEK WE ARE SHOWING
New Veilings, Ruchings, Collars and Cuffs,
—And a large variety of—
»
LACES AND DRESS TRIMMINGS
ENTIRELY NEW.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES FOR THE
BONNE DURE PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS
They are having an enormous sale. Two thousand different style handles. The silk
is guaranteed to neither craok nor fade in one year's wear. If it does we will
re-cover it with new silk free of charge.
ELEGANT NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS
Just received. One pattern of a kind. Prices reasonable. Styles the very latest.
NEW KID GLOVES
In our own well-known and popular brands. The largest Kid Glove Department
West of Chicago.
Extreme Novelties in Colors and Styles to be fouiul nowhere else.
Original Fitters of Kid Gloves. New Silk Mitts for the Opera.
The largest and Finest Millinery Dep't in tie West

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