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DAILY HERALD. United states signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, January 3, 1890: Time. Bar. Ther. iR H*m W'd Vel. 5:07 a.m. 29 96 4.7 93 B 9 L'trn 5:07 r. M. 29.84 52 97 SW 5 Hy m 45; min. tern., 46; lours 1.03: season, Indications. Ban Francisco, January 3 —Foreoast till 8 p. m , Saturday, for California: Heavy rain in Southern; rain In Northern California. PERSONAL. W. B. Rising, of Berkeley, is a visitor to the city. B. N. Pratt came in from Riverside yesterday. I. M. Merrill, of San Diego, Is up on a business trip. Judge Carpenter went north to San Francisco yesterday. Lieutenant J. A. Dapray, U. 8. A.,was in the city yesterday. Dr. R. W. Hill, of San Pedro, paid a visit to the city yesterday. Mrs. Sullivan, of Somerville, Mass., is visiting Mr. H. 0. Witmer. Mr. F. W. Blanchard has purchased a line residence on Crown Hills. Miss L. J. Martin and Miss F. Jewett, of San Francisco, are down on a visit. W. H. H. Hart, formerly Attorney- General of the State, is visiting the city. Mr. and Mrs. D wight Whiting and Miss Keating, of El Toro, are in the city. L. E. Bolkeley, a leading attorney of San Francisco, arrived yesterday morn ing. Samuel P. Walker, a prominent in surance man of San Francisco, is in the city. Hon. Richard A. Rising, Judge of tho First District Court of Nevada, is in the city on a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna, of Indianapolis, are visiting Albert Fletcher, on Arnold street, Crown Hills. August F. Rogers and John Nelson, of the United States Coast Burvey, are in the city. Mr. Nelson is accompanied by his wife. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Russell and daughter, of Minneapolis, are in the city for a short visit. They will winter in California. George W. Frink, President, and F. B. Wilde, Secretary of the Los Angeles Land Bureau, left yesterday for San Francisco. Hon. and Mrs. P. C. Finch, Miss May Finch and Miss Ada Finch, of Cedar Rapids, lowa, are paying a visit to Los Angeles. The officers of Golden Rule Lodge I. O. O. F., will be publicly installed on Monday evening, at tbe hall, No. 8- 2 North Spring street. The inclement weather and bad roads have compelled the Sisters of the Holy Name at Ramona Convent Hill to defer the opening of their school till the 15th. J. McAleer, a member of the Cleve land League Baseball Club, arrived in ths city Thursday. He is visiting his brother, who resides here, and will re main all winter. C. R. Baxter and wife reave here today for their old ho em in Michigan. They expect to be gone until next summer. Mr. Baxtans a brother-in-law of H. 8. Knapp, Deputy County Clerk. A new division of Sons of Temperance will be formed at Y. M. I. hall this evening. All old members of the order and all friends of temperance are re quested to be present. G. W. Patriarch W. B. Wadman will make a iull statement tf the aims ana methods of the order. Miss Elisa Reed, Oceanside; S. T. Havermore and wife, San Diego; C. H. Wowrea, St. Paul; J. A. Dapray, United States army; Sam P. Walker, San Fran cisco; F. R. B. Cakesle, Buffalo; H. M. Cherry, Joe Gregory, San Diego; R. C. Moore, Woodland; M. H. Bardwell, wife and son, Madison, Wis.; Jacob Cronner, Aurora, la.; J. T. Bair, Springhill, Kan.; Mies Luis, Richburg, Pa.; Moses Huld, J. Porter and wife, Miss M. Balcomb, Chicago; J. M. Hunt and wife, Walla Walla; M. Sprague, Sacramento; Chas. Evans and family, Pensacola, Fla.; James Mooney, Philadelphia; Mrs. A. Getter, Glennwcod Springs, are at the Arcade. E. H. Hand, Pueblo, Col.; 8. N. An drous, Pomona; A. H. Hart and wife, Bedlands; E. A. Harrington and wife, Colusa; H. R. Warner, East San Ga briel; W. N. Hall and wife, Red Bluff; Dr. R. W. Hill, San Pedro; Dr. A. J. Elliot, Minneapolis; W. Lindley and wife, Whittier; H. S. Goodell, San Pedro; C. V. Spencer, Chicago; Dr. J.J. King, Merced; Chae. Ligare, Chicago; Chas. J.Fox, San Diego;L. R. Mead, T. L. H. NoDle, R. 8. Moore, Edwin Sibley, Frank Jacobi, M. Bchuhl, F. W. Jack son, and L. Belzel, San Francisco; Mrs. A. W. Wilgus, A. B. Wilgus and wife. Bt. Paul, Minn.; W. J. Finch, Scranton, Perm.; W. P. Metcalf, Albu querque, N. M.; W. W. Collins and wife, Oconomowoc; fl. W. Reed and Chas. Scott, Belvidere. 111.; J. E. Tucker and family, Chicago; Jas. Balfour, Elsinore; E. 8. Chamberlain and wife, San Fran cisco ; W. D. Tusbury, Travis, are at the Hollenbeck. W. B. Beamer and wife, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Clarence A, Barnes, Pasadena ;.W. H. Waldby and wife, Michigan; H. D. Miller, San Francisco; Wm. Kelly and •wife, San Francisco; R. P. Russell, wife, and daughter; Minneapolis, Minn.; M. Hennessey, San Francisco; B. Springer and wife, British Columbia; I. M. Merrill, San Diego; L. A. Thompson and wife, Philadelphia; Mrs. A. J. Hile, Elkhart, Ind.; Peter Brown, Greenock, Scotland; Mrs. C. M. Beebe, "Vicksburg, Mich.; Miss Lizzie Coleman, Somerset. Pa.; B. N. Pratt, Riverside; A. Grosjean, Fredericksburg, O.; W. G. Parke, Scranton, Pa.; T. H. Watkins, Scranton, Pa.; Dr. W. H. Ward, Dcs Moines, la.; D. H. Jarvis, San Francisco; Jno. F. Ames and wife, Oakland ; A, B. Keller, Toledo, Ohio; T. H. Hodgmann and wife, Chicago, Ills.; Miss L. J. Martin, San Francisco; Miss T. Jewett, San Francisco; S. G. Havernale, San Diego; J. M. Hunt and wife, Pomeroy, Wash.; A. Campbell Johnson, Garvanza; Augustus T. Rogers, U. 8. Coast Survey; Jno. Nelaon and wife, IT. S. Coast Survey; Dwight Whiting and wife, El Toro; Miss Keating, El Toro; Hon. P. C. Frick and wife, Miss Ada Frick, Miss May Frick, Cedar Rapids, la.; Thos. V. O'Brien. San Francisco: Miss H. C. Blake, Newport, R. 1,; Mies A. C. Mick, I THE LOS ASGELE3 DAILY HERALD; SATURDAY MORBriISG. JAJVUARY 4, 18V0 Newport, R. I.; Mrs. Olga Stregl, Santa Barbara; Mrs. Dr. Lane, San Diego; J. W. Davis and wife, Boston, Mass.; A. H. Chester, Boston, Mass.; Miss Wood, Chico; Geo. T. Wright, Santa Barbara; Miss Mamie Kristen, San Francisco; A. A. Caldwell, Berkeley, Cal.; R. M. Price, J. O. Johnson. Mrs. T. A. Rea and son, H. A. Peels, Riverside, are at the Westminster. The following are the arrivals at the Hotel Nadeau: W. H. Smoyer, New York City; H. B.Wilkins, Guaymaa; E. Strauss, Chicago; Ernest Maiden, San Francisco; C. W. Lombard and wife, Missoula, Mont.; E. K. Lindsey, San FrancißCo; W. B. Rising, Berkeley, Cal.; E. G. Hunt, San Bernardino; D. J. Brown, Pomona; Mrs. J. F. Ramp, Ban Bernardino; M. A. Cohen, New York; Hugh McMillan. Chicago; G. G. Carey, Jr., Baltimore; P. E. Piatt, Sacramento; A.. E. Welter and wife, Chicago; Wm. H. H. Hart, W. H. Linforth, J. H. Boores, San Francisco; H. F.Thompson, Chicago; William Ferniech, Juch Opera Company; J. W. Clark, New York; Ed gar Mills and son, San Francisco; Miss Helen Russell, Herbert Archer and wife, I. A. Sweeney, M. A. Kennedy, Charles S. Dickinson, Miss Lauber and mother, Miss Maria Hartley, New York; J. R. Bentley, S. P. Walker, L. E. Buckley, San Francisco; Edward Cutter, E. T. Jordan, Chicago; J. R. Bentley, San Francisco; H. E. Powell, Milton, Vt.; Harrison W. Biddle, Philadelphia; Mies Jones, Pittsburg; E. C. Farrell, New York: C. V. Smith, Del Mar; O.J. Miller, Chicago; M. S. Goodfellow, San Francisco; J. B. Hairship, San Diego. NEWS NOTES. ' Henry C. Jensen, a native of Ger many, was yesterday made a citizen of the United States. The meeting of the King's Daughters for the annual election of officers will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock, at the Fort-street M. E. church. County Clerk Dunsmoor yesterday re ceived a telegram from Dr. Henry, of San Jose, stating that General J. R. Brierly was in a critical condition. Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $111,315, and were 37 in number. Of these 10 were for more than $1,000 each, and 13 were for nominal considerations. No clue as to the whereabouts of M. L. Dyer, the real estate man who disap peared mysteriously on New Year's day, had been obtained up to a late hoar last night at the Police Station. The Park Commissioners held a spe cial session yesterday afternoon in the Mayor's office, Hon. H. T. Hazard in the chair and Messrs. Hubbell and Hutton present. The only business before the board was the approval of a few de mands and the monthly pay-roll for De cember. In consequence of the rain last even ing, the entertainment of the Illinois Association was postponed one week. Tonight, however, there will be a special entertainment at Illinois hall, when the Pareilla Comedy Company will render the pretty opera entitled The Rose of \Auvergne, followed by Spasms. A coal oil lamp exploded in the house of a laborer named Robert Parker, at No. 121 Anderson street, about 9 o'clock last night. Mrs. Parker, who was sick and confined to her bed, was carried out by her husband, as was also their nine year-old child, but beyond a bad scare no great harm was done, as the flames were easily extinguished by the neigh bors. R. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers are lully drawn. 18 8. Spring. Depositions taken. CRIMINAL NOTES. A complaint was filed in City Justice Lockwood's court yesterday by Theophile Dezor, who resides at No. 202 South Main street, charging August Yelker with battery. The complainant alleges that, as the result of a dispute with Yel ker, he was knocked down, kicked and beaten yesterday morning. John C. Day appeared before Police Judge O wens yesterday for trial upon the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses preferred against him by C. Heileman, who paid him $40 for a horse and wagon which was subsequently found to belong to J. DaTurk. After the testimony for the prosecution was heard 'he defense attempted to prove that as Day had bought the wagon from DeTurk on the installment plan,and had already paid $18 on it, he bad a right to dispose of it as he saw fit. The Court denied a motion to dismiss the defendant and reserved its decision until Tuesday next. A complaint was issued from the Dis trict Attorney's office yesterday to J. W. Fuller, the jeweler, charging an oculist named C. C. Jaxtheimer with petit lar ceny. The two men formerly occupied rooms together at No. 328 North Main street, near the Pico House, and a few months ago moved into the Downey block. Fuller alleges that daring the time he was with Jaxtheimer he misßed small articles of jewelry at frequent in tervals, but never suspected anyone of the theft until a few days ago, when he made an investigation, the result of which was that be instituted criminal proceedings against Jaxtheimer. I'udcllvered Telesrrama- At ihe Western Union Telegraph office, corner Court and Main streets, January 3, 1890: Mrs. A. B. Gunnison, W. B. Bryan, W. Keating, Henry Brasch, Emma Bowen, L. H. B. MISCELLANEOUS. S X X MONTGOMERY BROS/ 18 N. SPRING [81. Holiday Display of : i0 Rich Diamond Jewelry. C \- Diamond Rings. Solid Silver Berry Bo- la J?: fflßQtkk Diamond Lace Pine. Bon-Bon Boxes. Fine Gold Watches. Match Boxes. il || r^ atc ] ,ie3 - Chatelaines. Gold Bead Necklets. Quizzing Glasses. ■Hill Gold Cigar Cutters. Opera Glasses. ' IfcM Gold Chains. Opera Glass Holders. GOLD AND SILVER-HEADED CANES. An endless variety of useful and eleeant, gifts at nr'ees within tUe reach of ail. You arc invited to Inspect our HALF A MILLION DOLLARS. Statement of the state Loan and Trust Company. The Herald today presents in its ad vertising columns a statement of the con dition of the State Loan and Trust Com pany, whose splendid offices are on the corner of Spring and Second streets in the magnificent Bryson ec Bonebrake block. The bank has been doing busi ness less than one year; yet it shows de posits amounting to over a quarter of a million dollars, and a total of resources amounting to over half a million dollars. This $481,178.79 of loans must have done a great deal in the last six months to easo matters up in an unusu ally close money market. Major George H. Bonebrake is the P/eiident of the bank, and Mr. S. B. Hunt is tho Secre tary. Its affairs are managed in a most conservative way, and its future cannot but be prosperous. Approaching Departure of Dr. Merrill. Los Aisgeles is about to lose, tempo rarily at least, in the person of Dr. A. P. Merrill, a gentleman who, during his stay amongst us, has made friends on every hand. For the greater portion of a year this distinguished dentist has been in partnership with Dr. J. S.Crawford, and during that time has won an envia ble recognition in his practice of the con snmmate ekill which he has shown in operations which require tho most artistic nicety and the most eclectic attainments cf s. difficult profession, in which, by the way, American dentists are pre-eminent. The Doctor stood high in New York, and was for years the Professor of Operative Dentistry and Dental Histology in the Northwestern College of Dental Surgery at Chicago. He can fairly claim to be the author of the suggestion for the estab lishment of chairs of medical dentistry at West Point and Annapolis. He came west for hia health, which, we are glad to know, has been built up to the robust stage during his soj jura in New Mexico and Southern California. The Doctor contemplates an extended tour of Australia, the Sajdwich and other Pacific islands, and may possibly locate for a time in the former country, at Melbourne, if the country should please him. If he should do so, Aus tralia will gain, as the United States will lose, an elegant, genial and accom plished gentleman, and a dentist who will extend in foreign lands the reputa tion of America for supremacy in this science, which Dr. Evans and others have illustrated so signally in Paris and the rest of Europe. We wish him bon voyage. Liquor Licenses. Messrs. MeLain and Hamilton, of the Finance Committee of the Council, met in the City Attorney's office yesterday afternoon, to talk over the matter of revising the ordinances relating to liquor dealers, with a number of the liquor dealers, who were invited/ to appear and explain their side of the question. Those who responded to the invitation were Charles Schroeder, H. J. A. Stuhr and J. P. Taggart, the two latter appearing in their own interests and the former repre senting M. Levy & Co. After about an hour's discussion of the question, which at times became very lively, the hearing was adjourned. The probabilities are, however, that the committee will report back to the Council recommending that the ordinance remain unchanged as re gards the liquor clause. ilie Police Courts. It in stated that the Police Courts here are liable to go out of existence. .The . Supreme Court decided on Tuesday last that the Police Courts in Oakland were illegal, and as they were established under a city charter, the provisions of which are similar to those in the charter of Los Angeles, it ia claimed that the de cision will reach the two Police Courts here. The Supreme Court held that the general law of 1885 took precedence over the city charter. The question as to the legality of the Police Courts here is now pending on appeal in the Supreme Court and is likely to be decided at any time. Foresters Installation. The installation of officers of the Court of Los Angeles, No. 422, of the Independ ent Order of Foresters, took place last evening at their hall, at No. 17 N. Main street. The following were sworn into office for the next term of six months: Chief Ranger, W. T. Harris; Vice-Chief Ranger, C. F. Cronin; Recording Secre tary, Morris Hoenig; Financial Secretary, C. H. Gorham; Senior Woodwards, C. McFarland; Junior Woodwards, J, H. Richardson; Chaplain, W. S. Williams; Beadle, H. L. Hugunin. Butter, Butter, itloniion Bros., Agen's for the best dairy on the Coast; 40 tents a roll. Corner Fort and Third streets. NOTICE-REMOVAL. LADIES! MtiS. DOSCH Invites you to call at her NEW STORE, 141 S. SPRING ST., Between Second and Third. She will sell her elegant stock at cost to close out with the season, 880.00 Hats, 815.00; 810.00 Hats, 87.00; 85.00 Hats, 83.50. d 22 lm MRS. DRT WELLS, FIRST LADY LICENTIATE OF KENTUCKY Educated abroad. Thirty years lv and oit lzen of the United States. Many years of successful practice in this city. Uter ine and Rectal Diseases treated with ,kin by new methods withont knife or catstlc. Prompt relief in suppressed or paiu ful menstru ation. In Prolapsus, Ulceration, Congestion, one trial will oonvinci. Weak, nervous, debil itated women find a change at once. Life-size manikins of human system. Consultation tree. 402 SOUTH FORT STREET. dl2tf [TIISCFLLAI>IFeCTKi. I POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tie powdor never varies. A model of pent? aid wholKomcneßi, More economical thsn the orllnary kinds, and oannot be sold in com pe lt on vmh tho mnltl trades of low tor,*, short wtight, slum of phosphate powders. Sold onli WCAHS, iiOYAL IIAKIKQ POWDBa CO., 106 Wtlll st, N. Y. THK JOHNSON LOOKS ItICRCAN TIUB 00.,S*nFrsnoisoo.Aa'outf. d4-4ia fl A TTflTTfimT Take no shoes unless 1.1 II I II IN AY. L. T-ouglHß'imm.-aiid Wi* SV * £VII price are stamped on tho bottom. If tlie dealer cannot supply yon, seid direct to factory, enclosing; advertised W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. Fine Calf. Heavy Laced Grain and Creed moor Waterproof. Best in the world. F.xamlno his _ 85.00 (JKNIUNK HAND-SKWKD SHOE. 84.00 II AND-KF.YI Fl> WELT SHOE. _ 83.50 fomck am) fakmers' shoe. 9-4.r0 extra yam:k calf -shoe. 52.35 & s-4 workimimen's shoes. «-t.OO and 81.75 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. All luailc iv Congress, Button and Lace. S3&s2 SHOES ladies. •1.75 SHOE FOX MISSES. Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. V. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold by MASSACHUSETTS Boat and Shoe House, jl-Om 23 WEST FIRST BT. Mannf acturer of and Dealer In Trils and Traveliog Bap, 26 8. MAIN ST., Opp. Mott Market. Repairing promptly attended to. Old trunks taken In exchange. Orders called for and delivered to all parts of the city. jl 3m Head, Throat and Lip Successfully treated by M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D. M. C. P. 8. 0., BY HIS COMPOUND OXYGEN AND OTHER MEDICATED INHALATIONS. Catarrh, Bronohitis and Consumption, etc., ara now conceded to originate from living germaor parasites, millions of which exist in diseased surfaces. Our Hot Medicated Inhalations kill and deßtroy these germs \ hen nothing else e»n reach them, while our COMPOUND OXYGEN antagonizes and thoroughly re moves every poison of the syrtem from the Blocd, no matter from what cause it exists or how long It has continued, and Is efficacious In the cure of Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consump'ion, Nervous Prostration, Insomnia and Dyspepsia, etc , together with any poisoned condition of the blooa. In all .pages of Catarrh and other diseases of the Respiratory Organs, where the system snf fers from the deleterious effects of scrofula or other vitiated condition of the blood local treatment Is invariably conjoined with consti tutional remedies. Persons desiring treatment by this system of practice can ose the remedies at home as well as at our office, and which will cause no incon venience or hindrance to business whatever. I have seen so many of these cases cared that I do not consider any case hopeless, un less the disease has advanced o the chest and both lungs are seriously involved. The In haiations aid us la dissolving the mucus and in connecting and healing the cavities, which nothing else can do with the same success. The very bigt of references from those al ready cured. Those who deslro to consult me In regard to their oases had better call at the offlo* for an examination, but if impo-slble to visit the office per.onally can write for list of questions and circular, both of which will bo sent free oi oharge. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D . 37 south Fort St.> JLos Angeles, Oal. Office hours—From 9a. h. to 4 p, Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. it. Residence—ls South Orand Avenue mm SALOON! No. 26 W. SECOND ST. The best of Wines, Liquors and Gigftrs. One of the Finest Bars in the City. Strictly First-class in every respect. W. H. ROPER, Prop. j OUR GREAT ODDHEND SALE! OUR annual Stock-taking has just been completed, and after going through every department, we have dis red hundreds of odds and ends That Must be Got Rid of At Once. Our past reductions in prices broke up all the various lines of goods we carry, and we are marking down all broken lots and placing them in Our Odd and End Sale. How heavy these reductions are we cannot tell you here, we want you to come and see for yourself, and when you see the grade of goods, and the prices in our ODD AND END SALE we can safely promise you a complete surprise. flflfl 6izeS iD men s Cut away Suits. "Ull s i zes i n men's Frock Suits. fllifl siz6S in men s Prin ce Albert Suits. UUU sizes in men's Full Dress Suits, fl A A sizes iv men's Sack Suits. U UU sizes in men's Business Suits. C\AA sizes in young men's Suits. UU.U. sizes in boys' Suits. CIAA sizes in children's Suits. UUU sizes in children's Kilt Suits, rirlrl sizes in children' Jersey Suits. UUU sizes in men's Overcoats. flflfl SIZCS * n y eun B men ' s Overcoats. UUU sizes in boys' Overcoats. Oflfl BizeS * nats an( * burnishing Goods. UU sizes in men's Derby Hats. f|rj|| sizes in men's Silk Hats. UUU s i Z es in men's Crush Hats. flf|r| sizes in men's Black Wool Hats. UUU sizes in men's Light Wool Hats, nA A sizes in boys' Hats. UUU sizes men's Caps, fjrlrj sizes in boys' Caps. UUU sizes in Neckties. fldfl s * zes * n dollars. UUU sizes in Cuffs. flflfl s * zes * n Hosiery. ""U. sizes in Silk Handkerchiefs, flflfl s ' zes * n Flannel Underwear. UUU sizes in Wool Underwear. fllifl s ' zes * n flannel Shirts. UUU sizes in men's White Shirts. fldrt s * zes * n men s Unlaundered Shirts. UUU sizes in men's Full Dress Shirts. C\AA sizes in men's Night Robes. UUU sizes in men's Dressing Gowns. ODDS AND ENDS In every line and at prices that will cause them to sell at sight. Every ODD AND END is a bargain. Every day of our Odd and End Sale will be a Bargain Day. Reta i 1 Department, 121 to 127 N, Main Street.