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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, January 9, 1S90: Ther. 5:07 a. M. 5:07 P. m. Max. tem., 61: rem. tem.,40. Indications. San Francisco, January 9.—Forecast till Bp. m , Friday, for California: Rain in North ern California; fair weather in Sjuthern Cali fornia PERSONAL. W. H. Mead loft for the north on the 1:40 train yesterday. Lieutenant Charles Merriam, U. S. A., is a visitor to the city. F. H. Heald, the Elsinore banker and capitalist, ia in the city. Mr. and Mrs. B. Springer, of Pomona, are down for a few days. Mrs. Mamie Perry-Davis will sing in the First Presbyterian church on Sunday. Mr. B. E. Hunt, the insurance agent, has returned from a visit to San Fran cisco. Mrs. J. L. Trnslow and Miss C. Trus low, of Santa Barbara, are in the city for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. L. McCoy, of Tacoma, W. T., are spending the winter in South ern California. C. Seaver, President of the First National Bank of Pomona, was in the city yesterday. Mra. O. F. Giffin, accompanied by her daughter, Mies Marie Giffin, visited the city yesterday. S. Dannenbaum, of San Francisco, and Mrs. Tilda Dannenbaum, of San Diego, are visiting the city. Eugene Fraczden, formerly a member of the Ban Diego City Board of Educa tion, is in the city. Joseph HoEeman, Chief Clerk of the Horton House, of San Diego, is in tho city for a brief stay. Hon. Joseph Brown, of San Bernar dino, one of the Reform School Commis sioners, is in the city. J. W. Scott was in from Santa Monica yesterday. He reported pleasant weather at the beach. Mr, and Mrs. M. D. Kothschild and daughter, of San Francisco, are among the visitors to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dicks and Mrs. J. J. Bell, of Waynesville, Ohio, are in Los Angeles for the winter mouths. Ex-Mayor W. H. Workman went north yesterday to San Francisco, accompanied by his wife and youngest son. W. L. Rigby has returned from a trip to Crescenda Canyada, where he has been looking after a graphite mine. Fred T. Parris, Chief Engineer of the Southern California Railroad Company, stationed at San Bernardino, came Sown for a visit yesterday. Mrs. 8. C. Dunham, late of this city, and well known here in social and musi cal circles, was married at Omaha a few •days since to Mr. T. A. Fisher, of that city. Yesterday afternoon a party of Los! Angeles ladies left for Oakland to renew their studies at the Convent of the Sacred Heart. Included in the party were Miss May Workman, Miss Lillian Breed, Miss Ynez Shoib and Miss Lizzie Workman. ■A. H. Kenyon, for many yeara one oi the leading business men of Minneapolis, arrived here Wednesday, and is now stopping at the Westminster hotel. Mr. Kenyon brings with him his wife and three promising children. They come here for much needed rest aud to test the virtues of this climate, should it prove beneficial they will make their home here. Major B. C. Truman started for San i Francisco yesterday. He is not certain how long he will remain away, as he may find it necessary to make a trip to Boston before he returns. The Major's health has very perceptibly improved even during the short time he has been here, and his spirits are now so finely toned that he is determined to mend until he is restored to his pristine health. The following are the arrivals at the Hotel Nadeau: C. J. Miller, Chicago, 111.; H. A. Van Husan, Detroit, Mich.; B. Springer and wife, Pomona; J.J. Lewie, Macon, Mo.; S. E. Carr, Phila delphia, Pa.; J. R. Bowler, Fairview, Cal.; T. J. Herschberg, Chicago, 111.; Joseph Brown, S. B. Jarvis, AY. Crosby, Arthur Patterson, Ban Francieco; Mrs. O. F. Giffin, Pomona; F. H. McAllister, Chicago, 111.; J. G. .Vie.Michael, Fair view, Cal.; C. Leaven, Chicago, 111.; W. N. Bright, Kentucky; W. Johnston, Pennsylvania; A. L. McCoy and wife, Tacoma, W. T. G. R. Livensberger, Dcs Moines, la.; Leßoy Slitt, New York; M. Wormeser, Phcenix; J. W. Scott, Santa Monica; Eldridge Edwards, Virginia City; Mrs. A. Price, Arizona; John Evens and wife, Dallas, Texas; E. A. Wadhams, Miss Wadhams, Lidner's Landing, B. C.; Charles B. Richards, San Diego; B. P. Miller, Altus, Ark; Geo. W. Shane, Newcastle, Ind.; Homer Dicks and wife, Mrs. John J. Bell, Waynesville, 111.; J. A. Slade, Hamilton, Ohio; Dr. R. C. Stockton Reed, Cincinnati; J. H. Monezy and wife, Rushville, Ind., are at the Arcade. The popular proprietor of the Buss House, San Francisco, Mr. Simon Sey mour, is at present paying a visit to Los Angeles. This energetic gentleman is by long odds the best and most capable hotel man in California, and the most prosperous, as well. He leaves for San Francisco today, but not until he bad procured a deed to a handsome property on Second Btreet, the purchase of which wa referred to some weeks ago. Sey mour has about as much ready money as anybody in California, and he has his eye on Los Angeles property at bed-rock figures. Nobody need be astonished if he should be heralded as the proprietor of the biggest hotel in Southern Cali fornia shortly. We should be glad to chronicle this fact, as he knows how to keep a hotel and to make it pay—two great desiderata. Geo. I. Lidgerwood, New York; C. R. Eager and]wife, California; 8. L. Falboy, New York; E. Dunham, La Canada; Louis Kaminski, St. Louis, Mo.; Lewis Merriam, U. S. Army; Chas. Munford, New York; 8. Dannenbaum, San Fran cisco; Mrs. Tilda Dannenbaum, San Diego; 0. S. Bier and wife, San Fran cisco; W. 8 W. Cragin, W. A. Robinson, and H. Dackbart. San Francisco; Fred THE DAILY HERALD; FRIDAY JANUARY 10, 18&0. T. Perrie, San Bernardino; Mrs. J. L. Traslow and Miss G. Truslow, Santa Barbara; Arthur A. Kline, El Paso, Texas; J. D. Myer, Portland, Ore.; M. D. Rothschild, wife and daughter, San Francisco; H. M. Campbell and wife, Manitoba; A. J. Armstrong, San Diego; Myron W. Littlefield, San Bernardino; D. Hechl, Arroyo Grande; J. J. Hinkle, Lincoln, N. M. ;C. B. McCoy and J. J. Lewis, Simi, James B. King, Ocean side; E McNevin, Chicago; James O. Gulick, Pomona, are at tbe Hollenbeck. NEWS NOTES. P. S. McKiczie, a native of Nova Scotia, was admitted to citizenship yes terday. The Central W. C. T. TJ. will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, in Temperance Temple. The Bonebrake and Frankenfield build ing, corner of Fort and Sixth streets, is entirely completed. Services will be held at the Synagogue this evening at 7:30 o'clock and tomor row morning at 10 o'clock. The formation of the new division of Sons of Industry will be concluded Sat urday evening, at No. 17 North Main ■tfsat. The work of grading and curbing New High street between Temple and Frank lin, which has been delayed on account of the wet weather, uas been resumed. Manricio Reyes gives no.ice of a suit for divorce against Louisa D. Reyes. They own valuable property on Main street which will be affected by the suit. A meeting of those interested in the formation of a Nationalist club for East Lps Angeles" will be held at 7:30 this evening in Campbell hall, Downey avenue. Prof. Dickinson will this evening com mence a series of five scientific lectures to be delivered at the Unitarian church. His subj act tonight is "A Hurried Glance at Mother Earth." Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $52,903, and were 48 in number. Of theße 16 were for more than $1,000 each, and 22 were for nominal considerations. In the cut on Second street, between Flower and Pearl streets, about four tone of earth have caved in, blockading the street and completely covering the track of tho old Second-street cable road. The Fire Commissioners did not make their examination of the Grand opera house yesterday, Commissioner £eefe being absent. The board wilt meet again in the office of the Chief Engineer today at 1:30 p. m. Arrangements are being mado to organ ize Btill another Nationalist club in this city, to "pull together" with those already in existence. The meetings of the new club will probably bs held in Illinois hall, and on a week-day evening. The meeting of the Crown Hills Board of Trade will be held at their rooms at the end of Second-street road tonight. Those interested in making a thorough fare of Second street are requested to bo present. About 1:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon a boy named Kiesner, while playing with his cousin, Willie Lamberson, at the resi dence of his parents, No. 234 Crescent avenue, accidentally pushed the blade of a pocket knife into the latter's left eye. His mother took him to an oculist for treatment, but in all probability the child's eight will be permanently im paired. Shortly before 7 o'clock last night an I alarm of fire was turned in from box 14 at Washington Gardens tot a blaze in the grocery store of J. B. Terry & Co., at No. 1693 South Main street, caused by the explosion of a coal oil lamp. The Ninth-street and Morris-vineyard en gines responded, and the flames were extinguished before gaining much head way. Damage to the extent of about $250 was sustained to the stock, how ever. In order to assure the successful or ganization of a local cricket club during the ensuing year, efforts are already be ing made toward taking the preliminary steps for its formation, and with this end in view a meeting of all lovers of the English national game has been called lor Monday night next, at 8 o'clock, in Dr. A. E. Gresham's office, No. 223 Sjuth Spring street, to which all pros pective members are invited. The following officers of Los Angelo3 Castle No. 7 were installed Wednesday evening as follows: P. C.,C. W. Bryson; N. C, W. T. Harris; V. C, W. D. Bab cock; H. P., J. W. Hoyt; V. H., George A. Black; M. of R-, J. S. Buskirk; C. of M., A. Cappel; K. of E., A. C. Breck enridge; Sir H., C. H. Rush; W. B Charles Off; W. C, J. 0. Richardson ; Esquire, V. J. Stephens; Ensign, A. C. Mellick; First Guardsman, C. E. Smith; Second Guardsman, A. B. Drake; Grand Representative, W. T. Harris; Trustees, J. C. Richardson, W. J. Long and A. B. Drake. K. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care iully drawn. 18 8. SpriDg. Depositions taken. A Blk L,and Mule. Thomas Rhodes, Esq., yesterday sold his Puente ranch to Larkin Snodgrass for $16,500. The property is a very valuable one, containing a large piece of excellent land. It is a big bargain, and Mr. Snod grass has made a good purchase, as the farm is dirt cheap. This is a brand new sale, only talked about first a few days ago. Tbe Finest Turkish Baths On the Coast are at the Hammam, 124 South Main street. Butter, Butter, Morrison Bros., Agents for the best dairy on the Ooast; 40 centl a roll. Corner Fort and Third streets. One Gallon snerwln-Wllliaras' paint covers 300 square feet two coats. P. H. Ma thews, corner Second and Main. Fortify the System Against Colds By taking the Turki>h bath. T'y "Pride oi the Family" soap. M. Hopkins <fc Co.. fe SJndert akers and Embalmers OPEN DAT AND NIGHT; TELEPHONE NO. 209. d7-tf 35 South Main Btreet. BARER lEOINI WOEKS. 542-64 Buena Vista St. I-os jLngoles. Adjoining; Pnntbsm raoifl* ffe*****,. Telephone 124, 022 Absolutely Pure. The pow.ior neyor varies, A model ot ptully andwholaoiaenes*. Mors oconomloii than the ordinal} kinds, and cannot be sold in uompe ition with the multitudes ol low test, short weight, slum of pho«phato powdora. Sold oslt in cars, Royal KitiNe Powd*b 00., 108 Wall St., N, Y. THK JOHNSON LOCKS MKROAN TILE CO.,■altFrsncisoo. Agent*. d*-Un ft A TTRI TIYHiT Take no shoes unless !■ A li I llliw 1 • Douglas' nam.-arid UlaU A lUil price are stamped on the bottom. If tho dealer cannot supply you, si-lid direct to factory, enclosing advertised W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. Fine Calf, Heavy L,aceU Grain and Creed moor Waterproof. _ „ Best in tho world. F.xnrnino his 55.00 GENITINK HANI)-Sl'.\VKl> SHOE. •4.00 HANIMEWKD WKI.T SHOE. 53.50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE. •8.50 EXTRA VAIJ E CAI.I SHOE. •«.85 & »•} WOKKINGMEN'S SHOES. •S.OO and 51.75 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. All uiade in Congress, Button and Lace. $3&52 SHOES LAmls. •1.75 SHOE FOR MISSES. Best Material. Best Style. Best, rutins. W. Li. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold by MASSACHUSETTS Boat and Shoe House, Sole Agents for Los Angeles. jl-Gm 83 WEST HUNT ST. J. C. CUNNINGHAM, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Trunks pi Traveling 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 Lungs Successfully treated by M.HILTOJN W&MAMB, M.D. M. C. P. P. 0., BY HIS COMPOUND OXYGEN AND OTHBB MEDICATED INHALATIONS. Catarrh, Bronchitis and Consumption, etc , ar • now conceded to originate from living germs or puraMtes, millions of which exist iv diseased turfaces. Our Hot Medicated Inhalations kill and destroy these germs \ hen nothing else c»n reach them, while our COMPOOND OXYGEN antagonises and thoroughly re moves every poison of the system from the Blood, no matter from what cause it exists or bow long it hat continued, and is efficacious in the cure of Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ccnsump-lon, Nervous Prostration, Insomnia and Dyspepsia, etc , together with any poisoned condition of the blooa. In all cases of Catarrh and other diseases of the Respiratory Organs, where the system suf fers from the deleterious effects of scrofula or other vitiated condition of the blood local treatment Is Invariably conjoined with consti tutional remedies. Person* desiring treatment by this system of practice can use the remedies at home as well as at our office, and which will cause no Incon venience or hindrance to but-lness whatever. I have seen so many of these cases cured that I do not consider any case hopeless, nu less the dit ease has advanced o the chest and both lnngs are seriously involved. The in haiations aid us is dissolving the mucus aud in connecting and healing the cavities, which nothing else can do with the same success. The very host of references from those al ready cured. Those who desire to consult me in ri-gort to their cases had better call at the office for an examination, but if Impossible to visit the office per-onally can write for list of question* and circular, both of which will be sent free oi charge. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D , 37 Sonib Fort fit., Los Angeles, Cal. Offioe hours—From 9a. m. to 4 r. tt. Sundays—Prom 2 to 2:30 f. k. Residence—ls South Grand Avenue d 14 13 FOE SB 3 .OCX Finest Finished Cabinet Photo, graphs. We guarantee them to be as flue as any made in the city. Come early with the babieß N. B.—Parties holding contract tickets ou other galleries will be allowed $1.00 for sama on their order. WESNER, 21 West First street, bet. Main and Spring dl9-5m COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS Tbe Great English Remedy. FOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION ETC Free from mercury; contains only pure Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANOLey a MICHAELS CO., San Francisco, d 2 dAwly HOME MANUFACTURES. A Column Everyone Should Head. HOW MONEY MAY BE SAVED. Local Manufacturing Enterprises- Patronize Them and Keep Your Money at Home. In this column will be found notices of a number of manufacturing es-abutments of l.os Angeles. All who are interested In the prosperity of this city will admit the necessity of bniidins up our manufacturing industiies This can best be dcie by liberally patronizing those we now have. A careful reading of tuis department wLI pay everyone. gANITARY PLUMBING. FRANK A. WEiNSHANK, PLUfuUEU, OAS ANY S1 I. ATI FITTER, 128 E. Second Street. Telephone 136. Machinery of all kinds repaired. General Jobblug promptly atteuaed to. jaB 3m ANGELES TOOL WORKS, F. T. BINGHAM, Proprietor, manufacturer of Engines and Ma chinery of all Kinds. Having enlarged the Brass Foundry, special attention given to large or small Brass, Braze, German Silver and Zluc Castings, Gold, Silver and Mckel Platlug. Pattern and Model Mak ing a specialty. THIRD STREET. BET FORT AND HILL. j aB-1 m Telephone 34 8. RHODES & KEESE ELECTRIC CO. Thomson-Houston System Arc and Incandescent ELECTRIC L.IOHTIKIO, Electric Bells, Hotel Annunciators, Burglar Alarms, Electric Gas Lighting, Speaking Tubes, B'gart's Electric Ga.s Burners, Zimdar's Pneumatic Bells. 20 South Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal. dlB lm Telephone 470. i.j rot hi uaiifi. CLAM UIPIETS, DEALIRB IN ALL KINDS OF LUMBER] San Pedro Street, Near Seventh, P. 0. Box 1235. Telephone 178. js3 3m PERRY, MOTT & CO'fe Lumber "STards AND PLANING MILLS, :C0,7« Oommtrcial Street jtt KercluOff-CuZQer Mill and Lumber Co. WHOLE3ALE AND RETAIL. Main Office; LOS ANGELES. Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO. Branch Yards: Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda, Asuzi, Bnrb«uk. Planing- Mills: Los Angeles and Pomona. Cargoes furniehed to order. Western LniDer Co. Tako: Cor. Nintn and San Pedre Streets. IiI'HJIiJJI of all class can bo had attain rarr jfl-tf mills and Yards—Portland, Oregon. Wholesale Ysrd—Redondo Beach. WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS lumbering and lanufg Co., Manufacturers of Fir and Spruce Lumber. Dealers in Flooring, Siding, Rustic, Lath, Pick ets, etc. Special orders cut to suit purchasers. Largo orders in extra sizes and lengths solicited YARDS- COR. NEW MAIN AND SAN FER NANDO STS., LOS ANGELES. n27 tf CHAS. WIKR, Agent. J. H. Griffith, President. H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Proa, and Treat, T. E. Nichols, See'y. E. L. Chandler, Supl, J. I. GRIFFITH COMPAIH, LUMBER DEALERS. And Mpjiufaotmrers of Doors, Windows, Hlluds, Stairs, Mill work of every description. S3* Alameda St., Los Angeles. jMI NEW HOUSE. Wagon. Material, Hardwood, Iron, Steel, Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools Cabinet Woods, etc. JOHN "WIGMORE, 13 and 16 South l ot Ansreles Street J. S. TURNER'S GENTS' FINE SHOES. Accurate Styles, Durability and First-Class Workmanship. M. S. HEWES ! Sole Agent LOS ANGELKS. j3 tv fr!9m ff If YOU ARE SICK and I " raise your head, IDEAL FELT Tooth Polisher. To greatly add to your If you are WELL anp would enjoy llfe'sfullestbless ings, use it to increase your health and happiness. If you live In Society use it to improve your appearance. If you live In solitude use )t to preserve your teeth. If you are Mich it will make your richer. If yon are l-oor ft will save your money. Whatever your age or condition, yon cannot afford to be without it. WE ARE BADLY Overstocked in Overcoats Not alono in one particular line or quality, but all over the bouse. Our counters are piled high with them ; our basement is filled with them. Everywhere we turn we ace overcoats. "Overcoats to the right of us; Overcoats to the left of us; Overcoats In front of ns; Overcoats behind. u>; Overcoat prices volleyed and thundered luto the ears of our customers, onto the forms of our patrons no ever Overcoats, hundreds on hundreds." Men's Chinchilla Overcoats at $5. Men's Chinchilla Overcoats at $6.50. Men's Chirichi la Overcoats at i? 9. Men's Chinchilla Overcoats at $10. Men s Chinchilla Overcoats at $15. Men's Reversible Overcoats at $5. We must close out this line. . „ M en' B Corkscrew Overcoats, in brown and black colors, at $7.50. Men's Cape Overcoats at $10. Mea's Malton Overcoats at $6. Men* Prince Charles Overcoats at $7.50. Youths' Overcoats at $3. Boys Overcoats at $2. Children's Overcoats at $2. We have refrained from telling you the real value of these overcoats. We want yon to come and judge for yourself. Investigate every overcoat offered for sale by any house in the city, de "uct all the dhcounts they burl at you, it doen't make any difference if they af6 genuine or bogus, then com? to us, see OUR overcoats, learn OUR prices, and we are satisfied that you will believe us whou we tell you we art the "Kings" on soiling overcoats at low prices; when we tell you that we can sell you a better overcoat, for less money, than any store In Los Angeles and more than that, we will give you astylish garment and a good fitting oue. JACOBY~BROS. RETAIL DEPARTMENT, 121 TO 127 NORTH MAIN STREET. ■ jalO-monfri-lm HEADQUARTERS AT NO. 131 SOUTH MAIN STREET, FOR MARTI IST & WABHBUEN GUITARS DOBSON'S A STEWART'S BANJOS. Violin and Guitar Strings a tpecialty. Also a large SEsortment of musical instruments. AND EXAMINE OUR N. B.—All kinds of musical instruments bought, sold and exchanged. jaO-lm JOE BAYER & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE and LIQUOR MEECHANTS, 29 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 38, jßlTft R. H. HOWELL. *" R. L. CRAIcT HOWELL & CRAIG, WHOLESALE GROCERS, 32, 34 and 36 South Los Angeles Street, LO:, ANGELES, CAL. WE ABE NOT Retiring from Business We carry the Largest, Newest and Best Selected Stock of FURNITURE, CARPETS, SHADES, CURTAINS COVERINGS, ETC. WE WILL NOT Bill UNDERSOLD. Los Angeles Furniture Compy, 259-261 NORTH MAIN ST., OPP. BAKER BLOCK. d! 9 lm EMPIRE Livery and Boarding Stables HAVE HETIOVKD TO 220 BOUTH MAIN STREET, Panorama Building. OTIS, HIDDEN & CO., dl 9 lm PBOPRIKTOBS. NOTICE-REMOVAL. LADIES! MfctS. DO3CH Invites you to call at her NEW STORE, 141 8. SPRING ST., Betweeu Second and Third. She will sell her elegant stock at cost to close out with the Beaton, WSO.OO Biniv. 815.00; SIO.OO Hats, ', WT.OO; 85.00 Hatti, «3.50. d 22 lm MRS. DB. WELLS, , FIRST LADY LICENTIATE OF KENTUCKY Educated abroad. Thirty years in aud cit izen ol the United States. Many years oi Buccessfnl practice in this city. Uter ine and Rectal Diseases treated with skill by new methods without knife or caustic. Prompt relief in suppressed or paii. ful moustrn atlon. In Prolapsus, U cpratlou, Congestion. ■ one trial will convlnc". Weak, nervous, debil itated women find a change at .nice. Life-size manikins of human system. Consultation free, i 402 SOUTH FORT STREET. , dl2tf , Neustadt & Pirtle, BROKERS, Real Estate and Insurance Agts Buy and sell bondi, stocks, mortgages and other securities. Ample capital for any reasonable demand. Loans negotiated on real estate and collat erals from $200 to $100,000—any time -cur rent rates. REAL ESTATE. We would Hie the list of all parties having property for sale in or near the city. Buyers call for our list, you will find somethimr to suit you. ■ w Business, resident, suburban, acreage im proved and unimproved. Speoial attention given to tho collection of rents and tho care of property. Refer, by permission, to First National Bank and National Bank of California. NEUSTAIvr <fc PIRTLE, 27 W. Second St. Bnrdlck Block. dl 9 lm KNIQHTB TBMPLAR, CCEUR DB LION Commandery, No. 0, K. T. — Holds ita ctatcd conclaves in tha asylum In Masonic Hall sor. of Bpring and First sts., on the third Thurs day ol each month, at 7 ;30 1 -v.