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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles Sanuary 7, 1890: k. M. P. M. 55 38 N N I 3 I 3 Mux. tern., 57: min, tern,, 54. PERSONAL. A. L. Glassell went north yesterday. W. M. Walker was in from Fullerton yesterday. Dr. Walter Lindley came in from Whittier yoaterday evening. Mr. aud Mrs. J. G. Duncan, of Boston, are in tbe city for a short visit. W. H. McFadden, of Placentia, was in the city on business yesterday. W. F. Mead, of Santa Barbara, came down for a short visit yesterday. The Messrs. Amerige Broa., of Fuller ton, were in Los Angeles yesterday. D. J. Stewart Taylor left for the East yesterday to be absent three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Johnson, of Chicago, are in the city for the winter. Mrs. A. D. Bernard and daughter and Mrs. W. F. McClelland, of Denver, ar rived yesterday. Mrs. C. 0. Meacham and L. O. Meacham, of Chicago, are visiting Southern California. Plez James, President of the Bank of Anaheim, was in the city yesterday. Miss James was with him. F. N. Andonaegui, N. P. Eisenmayer, W. Parrish and Mrs. Beans, of San Diego, came np yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lukens, T. R. Lukens. Miss Lukons and C. D. Ken nedy, of Oakland, are visiting the city. H. McKinney, one of the best known hotel men in the Eaat, left yesterday for San Die&o, to be absent a few days. Mr, McKinney is proprietor of the Hotel An dersoD, of Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs. A. D. Barnard and daughter, Mrs. ;W. F. McClelland, Denver; J. E. Whinnery, Washington: J. W. Pomeroy, Minneapolis; A. W. Lowhera, National City; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. F. Lnkens, T. Saesell Lnkens, Mies Lnkens, C. D. Kennedy, Oakland; Mrs. J. R. Moffet, Lone Pine, Cal.; R. E. Moore, Wood land, Cal., are at the Arcade. The following are the arrivals at the Hotel Nadeau: M. A. Cohen, New York; Mrs. Abner Dobel, San Francisco; Mrs. Francis Fenion, Wilmington; C. G. Breede and wife, Evanstown; Mrs. E. H. McEwan, C. C. McEwan.New York; J. N. Lang and wife, Denver; Marcus K. Mayer. San Francisco; John Bronaugh, Jr., Kentucky; F. J. Ccffman, Phila delphia; W. W. Walker, Fullerton; C. H. Grey, San Francisco; Geo. Whit comb, Glendora; James Harcus, River side; Henry Adams and Edgar Smith, Erie, Perm. Miss Yds Addis, who has been spend ing several weeks in San Diego gathering data for the Lewis History of Southern California, which that lady, with a large force of assistants ia writing up, has returned to Los Angeles, where she will continue her important work. Miss Addis, who is a perfect Spanish scholar, and a clear, elegant and forcible writer, is the most capable person the Lewis Brothers could have selected to draw treasures from the old Spanish archives ,of our southern counties. She will, tbrwugb. her researches, throw a flood of information upon the early history of this part of California. E. W. Smith, New York; F. N. Lacey, Chicago; F. N. Andonaegui, N. P. Eisen mayer, W. Parrish, Mrs. Beans, San Diego; C. J. Fox, Lamanda Park; L. C. Johnson and wife, Geo. C. Chapman, Mrs. C. O. Meacham, L. O. Meacham, Chicago; D. Hecht, Arroyo Grande; G. W. Stope and wife, Kansas City; A. Hirschfelri, New York; W. E. Hayes and wife, Newhall; J. R. Willoughby, Ventura; W. T. Mead, Banta Barbara; E. L. Paddock, Wm. Machin, John Jones, San Francisco; Paul Seeger and wife, Santa Ana; Daniel Decon, Phila delphia; W. H. Whitteman, Bay City. Mich.; P. Dueler, Ban Bernardino; V. Mindeleff and wife, Washington, D. C.; J. G. Duncan and wife, Boston; E. L. Hert, Cleveland, are at the Hollenbeck. SEWS NOTES. Judge MeKinley yesterday admitted Edward Analsteen, a native oi Belgium. 10 citizenship. Councilman McLain desires it stated that he is not any relation of H. 8. Mc- Lain, the foreman of the old City Hali job. It is very probable that M. L. Dyer will turn np within the next few days, his father-in-law having received a telegram from him last night. Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $17,756, and were SO in number. Of these 7 were for more than 11,000 each, and 12 were for nominal considerations. An entertainment will be given by the Pansy Society tomorrow evening at the "Saiis Bene" clabrooms, corner First and Belmont avenue. An excellent pro* gramme has been arranged, after which refreshments will be served. The second lecture of the Young Men's Christian Association lecture course was delivered Monday evening by W. S. Mathews, D. D , on "The Cultivation of the Mind—How to Do It." The next lecture will be delivered Monday next; by Prof. H. C. Bristol on the subject of "Beading." D. D. G. 0. George Weeks installed the following officers of Tri-color Lodge No. 96 K. of P. last night: V. 0., F. E. Paters; C. C, R. B. Girdwood; V. C, W. H. Esdor; P. J., W. A. Off; K. of R. and 8., William H. Hoegee; M. of E., D. Sameon; M. of F., G. V. Smith; M. at A., I. D. Todd; I. G., W. 8. Cross; D. G., C. H. Schram; Trustee, J. B. Brown; Medical Examiner, Dr. William Dodge. On Monday afternoon a deaf mute, whose name has not yet been ascer tained, was overtaken by a train coming west while walking along the track of the California Southern Railroad Com pany near North Ontario fetation. The train was running round a curve at the time, and the engineer did not see the man until he was almost upon him. The whistle was sounded, but the poor fellow did not appear to hear its shrill alarm, and he was struck by the engine and hia left leg and hand badly mutilated. He was well dressed and apparently of inde pendent means. B. D. List, Notary Public Legsl papers care fully drawn. 18 8. Spring. Depositions taken. THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: WEDNESDAY MQRyiy G , JANUARY P, 1890. CRIMINAL NOTES. Dock Dowling will be arraigned baforo Judge MeKinley on January Bth. He is up for burglary. Philip Engel's case will come before Judge MeKinley January 9th. He is charged with murder, for the shooting of his brother-in law, Curtis, at Lamanda. Detective Bowler arretted a man named John Probst, on Commercial street, yesterday morning, on a warrant charging him with having disturbed the peace of Pauline Adloff by using bad language in her presence. Henry Niemeyer was fined $20 by City Justice Lockwood yesterday for having disturbed the peace of Lizette Hoffman, a former employee, on the 26th day of January, 1839. by abusing her because she demanded her wages. Police Judge Stanton yesterday com mitted James Cummings, the bar-tender who disturbed the peace on Monday afternoon by running *fter a man with an open razor in his hands, to imprisonment in the County Jail for forty days. Jose Robin was arrested by Officer Dunn, at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, for stealing fifty pounds of coal from the yard of the New Mexico Coal Company, on First street. He was taken to the Police Station and locked up on a charge of petit larceny. Two of the three Chinamen who at tacked Ah Lee and beat him, on Apa blasa street, last Monday, were arrested by Officer Walsh yesterday at their vegetable garden, near Jell', raon street. At the Police Station they were regis tered as Ah How and Ah Kee, and locked up on a charge of having com mitted an assault with a deadly weapon, in default of bail in the sum of $1,000 each. Owing to tho insufficiency of the cvi ' dence adduced on Monday last in the case against Wm. Lascombe, who was accused of having assaulted the child of John Terrace with intent to commit rape, the charge was dismissed by Justice Lock wood yesterday. Lascombe wbb immediately rearrested upon a charge of battery, and upon conviction of the lesser offense, was committed to the County Jail for six months. J. A. Labonte appeared before Police JudgeO wens yesterday for preliminary ex amination upon the charge of having burg larized the house of Mr. A. D. Childress on the night of the 30th ult. He was defended by three members of the legal fraternity, who entered a demurrer to the complaint. This being overruled, the prosecution called as its witnesses Maggie and Thomas Blue, the maid servant and coachman, Mr. A. D. Childress, and Offi cers Huston, Auble and Bowler. At the close of their testimony the defense asked for a continuance, which was granted until 3 o'clock this afternoon. It was reported yesterday that O. B. Jenkins, a real estate operator, had left the city under a cloud and tbat his pres ent whereabouts are being anxioasly in quired after by a number of his too-confid ing friends. Until a few days ago he and his wife were domiciled at the Ramona House on Spring street, but owing to a little misunderstanding about two pi anos, which he is said to have pur chased on the installment plan and sold on the ready-cash basis, omitting, how ever, to pay for either in full, he is now numbered among the missing. Detec tive McCarthy is at work upon the case for tbe piano dealer, who has already re covered one instrument and is on the I track of the other. nr. Stevens nisnalsaed. The case against H. F. Stevens, a phy sician, charged with cruelty to children, in having taken small pieces of cuticle from the arm of the thirteen-year-old son of W. Lannigan, the etair-builder a"few months ago, in the performance of an operation upon a patient who had been seriously burnt, came up before Police Judge Owens for decision. The Court filed its written opinion in the case, re viewing it at some length and closing as follows: " The District Attorney contends that this case comes within the limits of tho provisions of the section of the State law. lam aware that the statue arbi trarily fixes the ages ol children for cer tain purposes—but this is not one of them—nor is it so under the provisions of the common law, which made it a matter cf intelligence between the ages of 7 and 14. The maxim, 'Hewhocon sents cannot receive an injury,' applies in this case. ";igain, does this case come within the letter of the statute? I think not. "This case is a trifling operation vol untarily and intelligently entered into in the interests of suffering humanity md in a skillful i ffort to save a valuable human life, and cannot be properly con sidered as 'cruelty' or as 'inflicting un justifiable physical pain or mental suffer ing.' If any wrong was committed, it was a private wrong, for which the par ent has a civil remedy. I find the de fendant not guilty." The defendant was then discharged. Bracing" Up. There is a nice place out at Garvansa for sale. A purchaser was found for it provided the adjoining lot could be had at a fair price. The agents who have the sale in hand told tho purchaser that thia lot had been offered last Eummer at $200. He said that was all right; he would take the improved place if the other could be had at tnat price. The owner of said lot is a resident of Ne braska, and a letter of inquiry was ad dressed to him touching tbe sale of his lot. He replied iv aotrain that decidedly surprised the agents. He said he had changed hia mind as to the value of his property ; that it seemed to him certain the Union Pacific railroad and the Den ver and Eio Grande woild both be in Los Angeles within two years, and that there would be a great enhancement of values incident to the building of these roads. He named $500 as tbe price he would part with his lot at. This Nebraska man may be a bit enthusiastic, but here is a pointer to all who wish to own real property in this city. Now is the time to buy, for the reason that it will never again be so cheap, and it will be a good deal dearer soon. One uallon Sherwin-WlUlajß"' paint covers 300 square feet two coats. P. H. Ma thews, corner Second and Main. Try "Pride of the Family" soap. MRS. DR. WELiJS, First Lady licentiate of Kentucky Educated abroad. Thirty years ln and olt lzenofthe United States. Many years ol successful practice in this city. Uter ine and Rectal Diseases treated with Bkill by new methods without knife or caustic Prompt relief ln suppressed or paiu ful menstru atlon. Iv Prolapsus, Ulceration, Congestion, one trial will oonvinco. Weak, nervous, debil itated women find a change at once. Life-size manikins of human system. Consultation free. 402 SOUTH FORT STREET. d!2tf POWDER Absolutely Pure. The powder never varies. A model of purity and wnolsomtneßS. More economlcai than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold ln oompe itionwlth. the multitudes of low test, short weight, slum of phosphate powdore. Sold oslt in cars. Royal Bakino Powdkb Co., 106 Wall 6t.,N. Y. THE JOHNSON LOOKS HERO AN* TILE 00.. San Francisco, Agecti. d4-4m NQTICK-H EMU VAIT LADIES !~MRS. 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, VSO.OO Hatt, * 15.00; SIO.OO Hats, WT.OO; 85.00 Hats, 53.50. d 22 lm J. C. CUNNINGHAM, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Tracks and Trayeling 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 3tn SULLIVAN'S CLO AX AND SUIT HOUSE 113 South Spring St Special Notice — Having determined to retire from busi ness in the city of Los Angeles, we wil on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, in augurate a grand SACRIFICE SALE Of our entire stock, consisting of the choicest goods ever shown on the Pacific Coast, and including all of our fine im ported holiday novelties, for which our order had been placed before contem plating this move. There will be abso lutely no reserve, as every article must be sold and no offer will be rejected, as wo are determined to sell every garment in our stock by January Ist. Call and see our goods, a3 now is the time for you to buy and this is your opportunity. KELLY & LIEBES, Props. dAwed-fri-sun-lm Head, Throat and Lip Successfully treated by M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D. M. C. P, 9. 0., BY HIS COMPOUND OXYGEN AND OTHER MEDICATED INHALATIONS. Catarrh, Bronchitis and Consumption, etc are now conceded to originate Itom living germs or parasites, millions of which exist in diseased surfaces. Our Hot Medicated Inhalations kill and destroy these germs \ hen nothing else c*n reach them, while our COMPOUND OXYGEN antagonizes and thoroughly re moves every poison of the system from the Blood, 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 Consumption, Nervoun Prostration. Ini-omuia aud Dyspepsia, etc . together with any poisoned condition of the blooa. In all cases of Catarrh and other diseases of the Respiratory Organs, where the Bvstem suf fers from the deleterious effects of scrofula or other vitiated condition of the blood local treatment is invariably conjoined with const! tutional remedies. Persons desiring treatment by this system oi practice can use the remedies at home as well as at our office, and which wiil cause no incon venience or hindrance to business whatever I have seen so many of these cases oared that I do not consider any case hopeless, uu less the disease has advanced o the chest and ■ both lungs are seriously involved. The In halations aid us in dissolving tho mucus and in connecting and heallug the cavities, whici nothing else can do with tbe same success The very hist of references from those al i ready cared. Those who desire to consult me ln regard to their oases had hotter call at the offlo« foi an examination, but if impossible to visit tho office personally cau write for lißt of questions ana circular, both of which will be sent free of charge. Addresß M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D . 37 South Fort St., I.os Angel,-*, Cal. Office hoars—From 9 a. m. to 4 r. x. Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. v. Residence—ls Sonth Grand Avenue d 14 HOME MANUFACTURES. A. Column Everyone Should Read. HOW MONEY MAY BE SAVED. Local Manufacturing Enterprises- Patronize Them and Keep Your Money at Home. In this oolnmu will be found notices of a number of mannfaotmijg establishments of Los Angeles All who sre Interested ln the proiperlty of this city will admit the necessity of building np our manufacturing Industries This can best be doe by liberally patronizing those we now have. A careful reading of this department wi.l pay everyoue. gANTTARY PLUMBING. FRANK A. WEIN3HANK, ; PJLIIJnUISH, MAS AN» STF.AIU FITTER, 128 E. Second Street. Telephone 136. Machinery of all kinds repaired. General Jobbing promptly attended to. jaB 3m ANGELES TOOL WORKS, F. T. BINGHAM, Proprietor, fllauufacturer of Knglues and Uii chlnery of all alnda. Having enlarged the Brass Foundry, rpeclal sttentiou given to large or small Brats, Bronze, German Silver and Zinc Castings, Gold, Sliver and Nickel Plating. Pattern aud Model Mak ing a soecialty. THIRD STREET. BBT. FORT AND HILL. jaB-lm Telephone 348. JJHODES & KEESE ELECTRIC CO. Thorns. ii-Houston System Arc and Incandescent EIi£DTRIO LIGHTING, Electric Bells, Hotel Annunciators, Burglar Alarms, Electric Gas L'ghting, Speaking Tubes, B gart's Electric Gas Burners, Zimdar's Pntiumatic Bells. 20 South Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal. dlB lm Telephone 470. L. WINTER. H. WEBER. £OS ANGELES CRACKER CO., MANUPACTURKRSBOP All KINDS OF CRACKERS. The only Steam Bakery ln Los Angeles Cor. of Aliso st. and Aliso Road. P. O. Box 652. Telephone 147. dBlm Succsbsof. to Habfer A Reynolds Co. Ia the Manufacture of Well and .Water Pipe, Specialty Tanas, SiuoKe Stacks, Etc., No. 344 Alameda Street, Telephone No. 420. Los Angeles, Cal, All kinds of Tinning and Metal Roofing. d 8 lm ).i HKI X XAROB. iiiuTSflms, D2ALIRS IN ALL KINDS OF LUMBER] San Pedro Street, Near Seventh, P. O. Box 1235. Telephone 178. _8 3m PERRY, MOTT & COS Lumber Yards AND PLANING MILI-fl, So. 76 Commercial <mot jtti KercnScuzQer Mill and Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Main Office; LO3 ANGELEB. Wholesale Yard at BAN PEDRO. Branch YarJs: Pomona. Paisadena, Lamaudn, Asuz*, Burbauk. Planing Mills: Los Angeles and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order. Western Lumber Co. yard : Cor. Nintfe and San Pedro Streets. LfJXIUKR of nil class can be had at this yard j6-tf mils and Yards-Portland, Oregon. Wholesale Yard—Redondo Beach. WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS Lumbering and Manufg Co., Manufacturers of Fir and Spruce Lumber. Dealers in Flooring, Biding, Rustic, Lath, Pick ets, etc. Special orders cut to suit purchasers. Large orders ln extra sizes and lengths solicited. YARDS—COR. NEW MAIN AND BAN FER NANDO BTB., LOB ANGELEB. n27 tf CHAB. WIER. Agent. J. M. Griffith, President. H. G. Btevenson, Vlce-Pres. and Trees. T. X. Nichols, Sec'r. E. L. Chandler, Snpt. J. I. GRIFFITH COMPANY, LUMBER DEALERS. And Manufacturers of Boom, Windows, Blinds, Stairs, Mill work of every description, tat N. Alameda St., Lei Angeles. jl-tf NEW HOUSE. Wagon Material, Hardwood, Iron, Steel, Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools. Cabinet Woods, etc. JOHN WIGMORE, 13 and 16 Mouth Los Angeles street. « I L' VOO ARE SICK and R» m jfi' " enunot raise your head, *| | f lIHII. fKI T \ I i Tooth Polisher. ilvJ \Jfl To grestly a<sd 40 yonr [sMJtff If you are Hil l, anp \\\fli would enjoy life's fullest bless \\\i/n 'ngs, it to increase your \JmLJI health and happiness. II you ifnWiifcin I ,!vc Society use it to improve your appearance. II *• l>ve ln solitude use it to preserve your teeth. If you are Mich it will make your richer. If you are » oor it will save your money. Whatever your age or condition, you cannot afford to be without it. LOB ANGELES LODGE, NO. 2925, K. OF H.—Regular meetings are held every Wed nesday evening at 75 N. Spring st. "The Pioneers of the olden times, . Ignored the dollars and despised the dimes; iir 1 I xJyV M But el wo iltb and power increases, I | i k ißr We break our necks to grab the five-cent pieceß." I I )(_»> fL fl I |I||fc k k i ] iSmmm** A PIONEER. The golden days of plenty have locg since passed. Reckless purchasing will never produce wealth. It is the careful buyer tbat will always prosper. In dull times it is well to economize, and nowhere can economy be better exemplified than in our Retail Clothing Department!! OUR Odd and End Sale Has turned out more ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS Than any sale ever known in this city. Odd and end sizes in Men's Woolen Suits, at $3.75. Odd and end sizes in Men's Cheviot Suits, at $5.00. Odd and end sizes in Men's Cassimere. Suits, at $7.50. Odd and end sizes in Men's Black Granite Suits, at $10.00. Odd and end sizes in Men's WI . . wale Suits, at $12.50. Odd and end sizes in Men's Worsted Suits, at $15.00. ' Odd and end sizes in Men's Chinchilla Overcoats, at $7.50. Odd and end sizes in Men's Melton Overcoats, at $10.00. Odd and end sizes in Men's Ulsters, at $4.50. Odd and end sizes in Men's Long Prince Charles Over coats, at $4.00. Odd and end sizes in Men's Flannel Undershirts, at 50c. Odd and end sizes in Men's Woolen Undershirts, at 75c. Odd and end sizes in Men's White Shirts, at 75c. Odd and end sizes in Men's White Unlaundered Shirts, at 37-i-c. JACOBY BROS. Retail Department, 121 to 127 N. Main Street.