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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Loa Angeles, February 12, 1890: 8:07 a. K. 6:07 r. m. 36 I 51 Max. tera., 71; mm. tern-. 43. Temperature East. Chicago, February 12.—Noon - Tempera tare: New York, 49; New Orleans. 48; Bt. Louts, 28; Cincinnati, 36; Chicago, 20; Win nipeg 2. PERSONAL. £. M. Biggs, of San Bernardino, is visiting Los Angelea. Tbe Police Commission will meet this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. J. £. Lewis were down from Ventura yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Watkins were in from San Gabriel yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. £. B. Leonard, of San Diego, are in the city for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Barker, of Monte cello, Minn.V are in the city for a couple of months. Mrs. C. J. Anderson, accompanied by Miss Anderson, are visiting the city, preferring this weather to that of Denver. Mrs. John 8. Wheat, of Fort Collins, Col., arrived Tuesday evening and will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. 8. Cantine, for several weeks. The Y. M. C. A. will hold its anniver sary meeting in the Fort-street M. E. church tomorrow evening. S. M. Say ford, of Massachusetts, and H. J. McCoy, of San Francisco, will be among the speakers. Fred Darvill, Chicago; Milton Santee, San Diego; L. H. Kellogg, Toledo; El mer E. Rowell, San Bernardino; H. H. White, San Jose; F. G. Keens, Nebraska; E. L. Watkins and wife, San Gabriel; E. B. Leonard and wife, San Diego; W. J. Sharon, San Francisco; H. Butcher, J. Swishcoiner, New York; C. T. Davis, Keokuk; B. T. Giddings, San Francisco; Mrs. £. Guist, Indianapolis; Mrs. C. J. Anderson, Miss Anderson, Denver; J. E. Lewis and wife, Ventura; Mrs. W. E. Smith, New York; Alice R. Warner, Whittier; Otto C. Wolf, Philadelphia, and Ed Stock, San Francisco, are at the Nadeau. J. E. Walker, Chicago; Seneca Smith, Portland; C. S. Hussey, Long Beach; E. C. Cunningham, Chicago; Edward M. Boggs, San Bernardino; J. Alkin, St. Louis; H. J. Krabbe, Fort Madison, la.; W. E. Waby, El Paso, Tex.; G. W. Delany and wife, Hannibal, Mo.; D. J. Signaigo, St. Louis; Maurice Clark, Acton, Cal.; W. A. Lawson, James Law son, Marysville; J. D. Frey, Charles H. Vercelino, M. Schuhl, J. W. Kelly, Cal vert Meade, A. Adelsdorfer, M. Cregan, H. M. Mcßae, San Francisco; J. R. Schuyler, Chicago; Wm. A. Rogers, De troit; A. A. Geroe, Toledo, O.; A. M. Johnson, Salt Lake City; G. N.Chase, U. 8. army, J. C. Daly, Ventura; P. F. Leary, Idaho Springs, Col.; Mrs. G. 11. Holland, St. Louis; Miss Wilcox, Car rollton, Mo.; J. J. Falvey, Santa Anita; A. F. Barker and wife, Monticello, Minn., are at the Hollenbeck. Mies M. A. Jordan left for New York, yesterday, to select her spring stock of millinery. NEWS NOTES. The Board of Public Works will make its usual Thursday trip this afternoon. Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $59,117, and were 23 in number. Of these 6 were for more than $1,000 each, and 10 were for nominal considerations. The Central W. C. T. U. will meet at the temple tomorrow afternoon. Prof. Gold win Smith's article in the January "Forum" on "Woman's Place in the State" will be discussed. Constable Fawkes, of Burbank, brought in a crazy man named N. 8. Spear from Tropico, last night, and lodged him in the county jail. The lunatic jumped from Southern Pacific train No. 19 while en route to this city. A testimonial concert to Prof. Borne mann, who recently suffered the loss of his house by fire, will be given at Turn Verein hall next Tuesday evening. Mrs. Mamie Perry-Davis, Sig. Modini, Mrs. Kimball and other musical celebrities will participate. Secretary Ward, of the Board of Trade, hae received a letter from Charles T. Word, of East Palatka, Florida, stating that quite a number of the people con template migrating to this part of the country in the spring. They ask him to send pamphlets relating to the country hereabouts. K. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 18 8. Spring. Depositions taken. At Auction, No. 119 and 121 West Second street. Look out ! A big sale of all kinds of household goods, consisting of bedroom Bets, chairs,car j ets, lounges, upholstered goods, crockery, and in fact, everything in the Housekeeping line. Today, Thurs day at 10 a. m. For Sale. Fine, stylish, polished oak cart, made by R. M. Bingham * Co., Rome, N. V.; front and back seat, carrying two to four light persons; height of wheel, 42 inches; height of body from floor, 30 inches; length of shaft front of bar, 6 feet 2 Inches; for smaU horse, 13 to 15 hands high; has been slightly used; Is offered at a bargain. Hawlet, Kins A Co., Los Angeles and Requena streets. j Palace Hotel, Colton, Cal., Newly fltted up. Nearest hotel in the city to the depot. Terms moderate; all first-class ap pointments ; two lines of cars pass the hotel. J. F. Nash, Prop. Harris, the Hatter And gents' furnisher, 204 S. Spring St., oppo site the Hollenbeck. Try Turkish baths and have health. Try Turkish baths for colds. Try Turkish baths for rheumatism. Try Turkish baths for liver and kidney. At the Hamman, 230 South Main street. The Best $1 White Shirts At Harris', the batter and gents' furnisher, 204 South Spring street. Removal Notice. B. B. Young, architect, has removed from California Bank building to rooms 47, 48 and 49, new Wilson block, First and Spriug streets. Harris, the Hatter And gents' furnisher, 204 B. Spring St., opposite the Hollenbeck. Sohmer pianos and Estey organs. Liberal terms and prices at G. £. Day's music store, 8 N. Spring street. Baggy robes and blankets at Foy's harness shop, 217 Los Angeles street. Beeeham's Plus core billions and nervous Ills.: THE LOS AITQELES DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MoKJIIIVG, FEBRUARY 13, LB9O. FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. The Honse Puts in a Big Day. DISCUSSION OF THE NEW RULES. The People of Brazil Congratulated Morgan's Nomination Confirmed. Associated Preaa Dispatches to tha Hirald, Washington, February 12.—The House met at 11 o'clok this morning in continuation of yesterday's session. The debate on the proposed code of rules was continued by Dockery, of Missouri. Morse, of Massachusetts, and Allen, of Michigan, followed Dockery, speaking in support of the rules. At the conclusion of their remarks the session of Tuesday ended and that of Wednesday began. The journal was approved, the Speaker counting a quorum. McCreary, of Kentucky, then took the floor in opposition to the new rules. He criticised the recent decisions of the Speaker, and declared that that officer had defied all precedents, and had reversed the parliamentary decisions of nearly all the speakers who bad presided over the House. McCreary inveighed againßt the new rules, asserting that their effect would be to make the Con gress of the United States consist of the Senate of the United States and Speaker Reed. Cutcheon, of Michigan, supported the proposed rules, declaring that they tended to facilitate business, instead ef obstructing it. Kerr, of lowa, presented argument in support of the proposed code. Caruth, of Kentucky, said he and his Democratic colleagues had discovered that general parliamentary law waa and autocrat, was a tyrant, was a god. The Bpeaker was omnipotent, yet lacking one of the attributes of omnipotence. He was not the same yesterday, today and for ever. He thought there must be some defect in the Speaker's vision which en abled him to see a Democrat when he eat in the chair, but which would not permit him to see a Democrat when he wus standing at full height claiming recogni tion. He had come to the conclusion that the Speaker should be dosed with Colonel Mulberry Sellers' eye-water ex ternally, internally and eternally. Henderson, of lowa, said for the last few weeks tbe country had witnessed scenes unequalled in the history of the Government. The Speaker of the House, backed by the Republican mem bers, had been making a stand for the rights and liberties of the people. That battle nad brought on scenes exceeding in monstrous proportions in all excepting brutality) that had ever occurred in the national capital. Epithets had been hurled broadcast from the other side of the Chamber at the presiding officer. Language which should have expelled its users had been uttered and flashed over the wires. "Tyrant," "usurper," "corruptionist," "backed by a mob," were speeches to which the country had been treated. After one Btormy scene, he (Henderson) had heard one gentle man on the Democratic side say to another: "Did you hear the rebel yell?" Let the gentlemen understand here and now that the Northern "doughface" was an animal of the past, Let them understand that the country has passed through a fiery fur nace which had eliminated the Northern "doughface." The gentlemen on the other side undertook to control this country, whether they were in the ma jority or minority. They conld not do it. The Republicans meant business, and it was to do business calmly, earnestly, bravely and patriotically that they were here. Assault after assault" had been hurled against the Speaker; the gentlemen had been very chary of making such assaults when the Speaker bad been on the floor instead of being tied up as presiding officer. Referring to the election cases, he said if there was a member on the floor entitled to his seat the Republicans would stand up and defend his rights, but if there was on the floor a man who held his seat by black-hearted fraud or red-handed mur der, they would unseat him if they had the power. Buchanan and Walker followed in de fense of the Speaker's course, and then the House took a recess, the evening session to be for debate on the rules. Nearly fifteen hundred persons were in the galleries this evening to listen to the arguments upon the proposed code of rules. Manf,ur, Lane, Rogers. Springer, Shively, Wike, Brookshire and Pierce denounced the rulings of the Speaker, while they were defended by Moore, Dunnell, Houck, and J. D. Taylor, of Ohio. senate: proceedings. Brazil Consjratulnted on Becoming; a Republic. Washington, February 12.—The Sen ate today unanimously passed a rnsolu lution, congratulating the neople of Brazil on the formation of a republican form of government. The resolution is in these words: "The United States of Am erica congratulates the people of Brazil on their just and peace ful assumption of the powers, duties and responsibilities of self-govern ment, based on the free onsent of the governed, and their recent adoption of a republican form of government." A resolution inviting the King of the Hawaiian islands to send a delegate to the Pan-American Congress was also passed. The Senate then went into executive session. morsan's nomination confirmed. In executive session the Senate finally disposed of the nomination of Morgan to be Commissioner of Indian Affairs. The case was discussed for nearly five hours. Roll-call showed 28 votes in the affirma tive and 16 in the negative, so General Morgan was confirmed. Two Repub licans, Ingalls and Pierce, voted against confirmation. Plumb and Davis were not present, but paired against confirma tion. Five Democrats voted for confirma tion—Blodgett, Colquitt, Pugh, Reagan and George. Roll call on confirming Dorchester's nomination disclosed the lack of a quorum, and then the Senate adjourned. OTHER CONFIRMAT«*JS. L. W. Myers—Consul at Victoria, B. C. P. Kil bourn—Surveyor of Customs at San Francisco. TJ. 8. Marshals—L. T. Garin, District of Oregon; H. 8. White, District of West Virginia; 0. T. Porter, of Oregon, Dis trict of Alaska; D. M. Bansdell, of Indi ana, District of Columbia. Postmasters—Colorado, T. J. Howard, La Junta. Supervisors of Census —Arizona, F. S. Clarke; Washington, J. M.'Hill, Second patriot; New Mexico, K. 0. Ladd • Cali fornia, J. F. Sheehan, First District A B. Lernmon Third Dietrict; H. Wallace Fourth District. '»uace, THE OKI (,o\ HOID. Tne Sltuatlon~»7 n l^ a n |lcd , M c-w Creek Canon. Sissons, Cai., February 12,—A cold north wind 18 blowing, with occasional snow. A train started from Ashland Oregon, to-Mott, California, this morn' ing to run every other day. Mott is one hundred miles south of Ashland Tne eituation is unchanged in the oaf] in from Donsmuir to Mott. O.ie hundred ami fafty men passed here tonight to work on the Cow Creek section. salt rho„m a Lr '. Hoo<1 » S rßßpa ' i,lafor scrofula hW.S e J. m, i° r * a l caused by Impure sufficient to convince any oue of the sunerlor and peculiar curative power, of this medfeine nuy it of your druagist. 100 Doses One Dollar. Beecham's pills cures nervous ills. I*IIMSJ IS 1, t, Al* Jfc OU N. POWDER Absolutely Puree The powder never varies. A model ol pur; rr aad wholaomeneas. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and oannot be sold in oompe ition with the multitudes of low test, short weight, slam of phosphate powders, Sold onlt in cars. Royalßakino Powdeb Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y. THE JOHNION LOCKE KifECAt- TILE 00., 3an Francisco. Agents. d4-4m AND STOHAOE. H. Hilleb, Pres. J. J. Woodworth, Sec, LOS ANGELES STORAGE, COMMISSION AND I UMBER CO, San Pedro St., bet. Fourth and Fifth, Dealers In Lumber of all kinds. Lath, Plaster Doors, Lime, Fireclay, Windows, Cement, Fire etc plaßterln S Hair, MontereySand, Best brands English Portland Cement by the t^^^.^.bo^i? 8 on nt n California Warehouse CORNER SEVENTH AND ALAMZDA. Grain, Wool and General Merchandise Warehouse.. Storage, ftouinilsiilon de Insurance. 114 tf" NAUD'aTWAREHOXTSET GRAIN, WOOL —AKD— General MercliaDiise fareta. Advanoes tuede on wool, j 1-2-1 UNDER THE NADEAU HOUSE. Competition ia the life of Trade ! Look at Our Special Prices on CLOTHING Our $ro Cheviot Suits must go for $4.90 Our $12 Melton Slits must go for ~. .$5 90 Our $15 Dress Suits must go for $7 50 HATS! HATSF Our $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 Hats must go at the uniform price of $1.75. Our $1.50 Hats must go for 75 cents. GENUINE BARGAINS. EAT} A I\/T UNDER NADEAU HOUSE • New No. 113 South Spring St. fe73m ~^~^^^ mßß^a^m *mMWm 3Sfc>e4t SAM N. OSBORNE, Atlantic Steamship, Insurance AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRANSFER TRUCK COMPANY. Ticket! sold to and from Great Britain and Kurone by all first-class lines at . Staterooms secured. Call and get information H°o P u S es to rent. Money to loan. Collection. 213 WEST FIRST *STREET, Telephone No. 15. fel-3m Los Angeles. Cal. PACIFIC WAGON CO. BUGGIES. CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND HARNESS COLUMBUS BUGGY CO.'S BUGGIES, Has Remored from 25 Aliso street to 605 and 607 FORT STREET, Corner of Sixth LQS ANGKLBS, CAL. 3414 lm J. R. McMANIS, Manager. CLARK I HUMPHREYS, DKALKRS IN ALL KINDS OF LUMBER] San Pedro Street, Near Seventh, P. 0. Box 1235. Telephone 178 ]a3 3m PERRY, MOTT tk COS Lumber Yards AND PLANING MILLS, No. 76 Commercial Street. fl l} KercKhoff-Cnzoer Mill and Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Main Office; LOS ANGELES. Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO. Branch Yards: Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda Asuza, Burbank. Planing Mills: Los Angole and Pomona. Cargoeß furnished to order. Western Lumt>er GoT tabd: Cor. Nintlt and San Pedre Streets. LVH RBR of all clasa can bohad atthiiytrd' f6-tf is I i is. aid lards-Portland, Oregon. Wholesale Yard—Redondo Beach. WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS Lumbering and ianufg Co., Manufacturers of Fir and Spruce Lumber. Dealers in Flooriug, Siding, Rustic, Lath, Pick eta, etc. Special orders cut to suit purchasers. Large orders In extra sizes and lengths solicited. VARDS-COR. NEW MAIN AND SAN FER NANDO STS., LOS ANGELES. "7 tf CHAB. WIKR. Agent J. M. Griffith, President. m » •» ?• G - Bt cvenson, Vloo-Preß. and irois. T. E. Nichols, Secy. B. L. Chandler, Supt I. & GRIFFITH COMPANY, LUMBER DEALERS. And Manufacturers of Doors, Windows, Blinds, Stairs, Mill work of every description. 635 X. Alameda St., Lea Aixgcles. fl-t' O. B. FULLER & CO., ;Suooosßors to McLaln & Lehman.) Pioneer Truck and Transfer Co, No. 8 Map.jibt St., Los An6bi.es, Cal. Saf eand I'iano Moving. AH kinds of TruckWors •V'-kpttow 137 fl tf F. HANIMAN. Telephone 188. P. 0. Box 537. LOS ANGELES FISHING CO. Whalesale and Re'ail Dealers lv FISH, UAltlE AlMl> POULTRY All kinds of OYSTERS always on hand. Stalls 9, 11, 13. 16, 18 and 20, Mott Market, Los Angeles, Oal. jls 3m NISBET'S Tonic Poultry Powder Is over twenty times as strong as any of the so called eag foodß offered for sale, and while they cosi 20 cts. to 50 cts. a week to feed a flock of 50 hens, this only costs from 7 cents to 10 cents a S2S for the same number, according to the ?'n ro PRCkB ? c nsed Address all orders to v-Pw A GARDNER (formerly of Gardner & Msbet), 24 West First Bt., room 10. fe2-lm MlBCffel/IjANEOU*. On Account of Dissolution of Co-Partnership THE ENTIRE STOCK OP THE II HOUSE Mil COMPANY WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE OR 1.1 mi. Sale Commencing Tuesday, Jan uary 21, 1890. ja 2 Qiu, COR. SPRING AND FRANKLIN. MULLEN, BLUEH k CO. LEADING CLOTHIERS, N. W. Cor. Spring and First Sts. Are still giving 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all OVERCOATS ! And 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all Men's and Boys' File Clotfe Gents' Furnishing Ms, HATS, VALISES, ETC. Save money while you can, as our GREAT DISCOUNT SALE will continue but lor a few days lorjger. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO. Corner Spring and First Streets. fl-5m PABST BREWING CO., Formerly Ph. Best Brewing Co., Milwnukee, Wisconsin. This Beer is sold by the keg or in bottles. Family trade solicited, Orderß delivered to parts of the city. — BEST TOTSTIC A Concentrated Liquid Extrcct of MAI.T AND HOI'S, free from alcohol. Invigorating and nutritious. Insures a healthy apretite. Aidß digestion. Htrengtheus the system. Manufactured by the PABST BREWING CO. of Milwaukee, Wis. For sale by all Druggists. ~ , v ' T* N ' rAmM » Sole Agent for Southern Califoruia, No. 25 Elmira street, Los Angelei (.al. I No 224. j!79m MRS. DR. WELLS, FIRST LADY LICENTIATE OF KENTUCKY, I Educated abroad. Thirty years in aud cit izen of tho United States. Many years of successful practice lv this city. Uter ine and Rectal Diseases treated with skill by new methods without knife or caustic. Prompt relief in suppressed or painful meustru ation. In Prolapsus, Ulceration, Congestion, one trial will convince. Special treatment for dis ases incident up->n the climacteric period. Many are driven insane from reflex, nervous brain troubles; others burdened with Tumors Cancer, Varicose Ulcers. City references Con sultation free. 502 SOUTH FORT STREET j!2tf I Lacey, Dixon A Cos. I Steam Carpet Cleaning jj B WORKS, W § 311 Soutb Fort St., cor FonrtU H g Telephone 576. Los Angeles, Cal. 2 „ Canvas covers furnished for recep- P Q tions. r > 3 Carpets taken up, cleaned and re-laid 3 B same day if necessary. Bordering and 2 oi re-fitting a specialty, O Prices reasonable. Satisfaction euar •nteod. fel2lm J. C. CUNNINGHAM^ Mauuf acturer of and Dealer in Trunks and tereliDg Bags, 132 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. film CATARRH, THROAT DISEASE, BRONCHITIS, Asthma and dooimptioo! Successfully treated by M.HILTON WILLIAMS M.D. M. C P, 8. 0., (Graduate Medical Department Victoria Col lege, Ontario, Canada, in 1807; member of the College of Physic! ins and Surgeons of Ontario. Canada, since 1882.) 4 by nil MEDICATED INHALATIONS COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT. It is now conceded by all scientific investiga tors, both of this country and Europe, that diseases of the respiratory organs are germ diseases; that they originate from living germs or parasites, which live and feed upon diseased tissue, millions of which aro found to exist In a single case, and yet so small as to be seen only under the most powerful microscope. Now, if this be true, what can more readily kill and destroy these germs than cur compound oxygen and other medicated inhalations T These redemies antagonize and completely remove every poison of the system irnm the blood, hence are efficacious in curing Catarrh Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis, Con sumption, Neivous Prostration, Insomnia aud Dyspepsia, etc., etc. 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. Persons 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 business whatever ready cured °' re ' erenoee from s* ,J r . 1 f os . c wno £ eelre to consult me In regard to their oases had better call at the offlcf for an examination, but if impo'.stble to visit the office per* onally can write for list of questions and circular both of whicii will be sent lreo of charge. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D. 3T South Fort St., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours—From f> k. v. t« a p. v. Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 v. vt. Residence—ls South Grand Avenue f4 Los Angeles .Jsil FACTORY HAS REMOVED TO 1 30 N.MAIN STREET, Opposite McDonald Block. ' MANUFAOTDRERB~AND DEALERS IN rRUNKS anil TRA7BLING SATCHELS. Repairing done at Short Notloe OLE TRUNKS EXCHANGED Jal9lm \. citron, Prop.