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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken st Los Angeles, February 18, 1890: 5:07 a. M. 5:07 P. m. 50 j 90 50 I 74 1 2 I 11 HTikZ. tem., 55; min. tem., 48: rainfall past 4 hours .51; rainfall for season, 33.79. Indications. Sam Fbancisco, February 18 —Forecast till 5 p. m. Wednesday: Rain in Northern Califor uia; fair weather in Southern California. Temperature East. Chicago, February 18.—Noon — Tempera ture: New York, 42; New Orleans. 56: St. Louis, 38; Cincinnati. 54; Chicago. 36; Win nipeg 22 below. PERSONAL. C. S. Hussey was in from Long Beach yesterday. J. D. McNal, of Riverside, was in the city yesterday. W. H. Wood is down from Sacra mento on a visit. Mr. Juan de Toro, of The Palms, left for the City of Mexico last night. W. H. English, of Denver, is spending the winter in this part of tbe State. Ed. Milner, eon of John Milner, has re turned from an eighteen-montha trip over the Coast. Edward Woodman, of Jacksonville, 111., arrived in the city Monday, on a short visit to his son, W. C. Woodman. Rev. H. Cox, pastor of the Asbury Methodist chnrch of East Los Angeles, is prostrated with a serious attack of the grip. Colonel S. P. Channell, a prominent citizen of Minneapolis, who has been in Los Angeles for several days, left for the north last evening. A. S. Robbins has gone to New York city in the interests of the San Gabriel Mill and Mining Company. He will be absent about a month. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Benson, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wieboldt, of Chicago, are visiting Southern California. W. H. Lyon, agent for a San Francisco book honee, is seriously ill at his resi dence, No. 605' Temple street. It is hoped he will be out in a few weeks. Judge W. P. Wade, of the Superior Court, has gone to Oakland, where he has been subpoenaed as a witness in a case in which Louis Mesmer is an in terested party. A. T. Freeman and wife, San Fran cisco; Mr. and Mrs. Barclay, Pari?, France; F. 8. Hansom and wife, Palm Springs; W. Patterson and wife, lowa j T. L. Riley, Indiana; J. M. Stewart, New York; H. B. West, Mrs. Shepard, Miss Edging ton, San Francisco; J. VV. Vandervoort, Chicago; W. H. Faust, Albany; H. M. Yerrington, San Fran cisco; H. M. French, Boston; S. T. Dodson, San Francisco, are at the Nadeau. George Fuller, San Diego; W. S. Still, Chicago; H.C.Shaw, Stockton; C. S. Hussey, Long Beach; T. E. Riley, Ft. Wayne, Ind. ;W. H. Wood, Sacramento; E. T. Jamison, Buffalo, N. Y.;T. W. Cogswell, Chicago; J. E. Taunton, New York; S. N. Feldheim, 8. E. Goldberg, W. E, Kidd and J. W. Armstrong, San Francisco; P. J. Benson and wife, W. A. Wieboldt and family. Geo. B. Moore and wife, Chicago; W. E. Matthews, San Diego; James C. Kays, Cahuenga; F. H. Lome, Pasadena; Phil. S. Mon tague, San Francisco Examiner; A. E. Nichols, Montpelier, Vt.; E. L. Rowley, Omaha; Geo. H. Rithman, Mitchell, 8. Dak.; J. D. McNal, Riverside; A. L. Lanete, Long Beach ;R. L. McKnight, Kansas City; W. H. English, Denver, Colo., are at the Hollenbeck. NEWS NOTES. Workmen yesterday Commenced the business of tearing up the cable track on Downey avenue, above the power house, preparatory to putting it in better con dition. The literary entertainment which was to have been given by Miss Williams for the benefit of the Ladies' Library As sociation of Boyle Heights, has been indefinitely postponed on account of the weather. The Iroquois Club last evening elected the following delegates to tbe convention at San Francisco: Sidney Lacey, Bayard T. Smith, M. C. Marsh, 8. M. White, C. R. Redick and Thomas McCarthy. On Monday evening the Brotherhood of Railroad Brakemen gave a ball to celebrate the completion of their new hall, corner of Leroy and Main streets. The affair was enjoyable and well at tended, notwithstanding the unfavorable weather. On Saturday and Sunday there will be two great baseball games at the Baseball park. The Los Angeles club will meet the Oakland nine, which holds the championship of the State League. On Saturday a number of sporting events will be added to the programme. A very fine piece of carving on orange wood ia exhibited in the show case of F. E. Evane, at the Postoffice block. It ia the work of H. Hickman, of East First street, and very appropriately repre sents an orange twig with two full-sized oranges, leaves, buds and blossoms. A ladies night will be given by the members of the Los Angeles Athletic €!lnb, on Friday evening, the 28th inst. On Sunday, March 2d, the members of the Los Angeles Athletic Clnb will take their second cross-country run: thia time their destination will be Cahuenga. E. D. Liit, Notary Public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 18 S. Spring. Depositions taken. Police Cbanres, The reduction of the police force neces sitates several changes in the depart ment, and Chief Glass yesterday morn ing appointed Mounted Officer E. R. Manning to fill the vacant clerkship caused by the removal of John D. Schieck. The mounted force wan further dimin ished by an order requiring Officer A. C. Vignes to join the foot patrolmen. Offi cers W. Clayton and M. D. Hare will, as heretofore, act as jailors. fndellvered Telearrams. At the Western Union Telegraph office, corner Court and Main streets, February 18th: Mrs. Jennie E. Lawrence, Mrs. R. R. Kirby, Uriah Zimmermen, Jere North, C. T. Signor, Mrs. McNutt. CATAKBH CURED, health and sweet, breath secured, by Shiioh's Catarrh remedy. Price SO •cents. Nasal Injector free. THE LOS AUGELES DAILY HERALD: WEDNESDAY MuKJSIJfG, FEBRUARY 19, LB9O. The Real Issue. The Republicans wilfully misstate the point at issue in the House of Repre sentatives when they assert that the Democrats are denying the right of a majority to transact business. The Democratic contention is that the business of the House shall be conducted in a constitutional, a regulated and a de cent manner. For the first time in the history of the Government, the House of Representa tives is proceeding, near the third month of its session, without any rules to govern its conduct or to protect the rights of the minority. The will of the Speaker is the sole law of that body. Mr. Reed is the ruler. He is, in effect, the House, for he assumes prerogatives, witliout warrant from the House, which the Constitution confers upon the mem bers. He counts in the negative Repre sentatives who exe.-cise their unde niable privilege of not voting. He makes the journal, which for a hundred years has heen made by the recorded action of the House . This is the clearest and grossest usur pation of power ever attempted in a free government. It substitutes a one-man despotism for a government by the peo ple's representatives. It supplants the rule of law with the rule of ca price. The Democrats are right in resisting this. " They are right in demanding rules in place of a ruler. And they have but to keep cool and stand firm to win. Speaker Reed is neither a GromwSll nor a Bismarck. He is simply a preposterously inflated and unprinci pled politician, who is digging with his gavel the grave of his party.—[New York World. Tear* on tbe State. Tears? I have never been able to understand what alleged stage tears are. Of course the tradition of the onion is historic, and, as we cannot very well carry an onion on the stage it is not pre cisely clear to my benighted imagin ation how these property tears can be created. For my own part it is impos sible for sac to suppress the unbidden tears that come in certain scenes of tbe plays in whicn I appear. I know that it is contended in certain quarters that real tears on the stage are not true art, but if this be so, then all by myself I must con fess that I prefer more nature to less art —and tears, after all, are the well-springs of the heart. To come down practically to the acting of the present day, it appears to me thai all its best inclinations are in the direc tion of naturalness. The "every-day young man" is of more interest and con sequence than the eminent hero of tradi tion, To make the every-day young man or woman express and depict senti ments and emotions that are of the present and vital interest is to make the stage a mirror wherein men may see the life they know and feel and the emotions which control their every-day life. — [Clara Morris in Philadelphia Press. I ovc-l.ctlcr Pillows. The latest device of girlhood is a fancy for stuffing pillows with their old love letters. There is one thing about the contents of these pillows that can be de pended upon with a marked degree of certainty—they are sure to be soft. Now, the question naturally arises, must the pillows be stuffed with letters from a single person, or may missives from Jack and John and Algernon be tumbled promiscuously together? Is it a test of loyalty that when once a girl really falls in love, or thinks she does, that she discard from her pillows all tho letters save those of the object of her deepest affection ? And how does marriage affect the fate of the pillow ? Do husbands enjoy having their wives' faces buried in a mass of soft nothings that other man have written to them? And what dreams may come, and what skimpy, flat, little pillows some poor girls must have; but how nice it is for some men to reflect that their adored oneß slumber softly on their words of love, and what ar excellent place to store away the litter of letters.—[New York Sun. j Did America Discover Browning. It is my happiness to remember that I was among the earliest Americans who knew Mr.Browning in Europe, and I had the pleasure of giving him a copy of Mar garet Fuller's review of his poetry,which she wrote for the New York Tribune. It was the first important tribute to his genius from this country, which wel comed him sooner and more warmly than bis native land. It is evident that the spell of his power among us has strengthened and widened with time, and thus Miss Fuller's fine appreciation was only the first note of what has be come an American chorus of delight and anmiration.—[George William Curtis. Orators Are Out. But the days of the orator are num bered; the old-fashioned spread-eagle B'yle no longer attracts; the coloquial s'yle is the pressnt fashion, and no one wants glowing periods in a speech any more than he wants ideal situations in a novel. The trail of realism is over all the work of the world. It is no matter whether or not the world wants it; it must have it, and that is all. —[Boston Herald. Pernicious Effects ot Tobacco. Dr. Flint's Remedy is the only antidote againßt the influence of tobacco which the smoker or chewer of the weed has, and it should be taken regularly to prevent the heart from becoming diseased. Descriptive treatise with each bottle; or, address Mack Drug Co., n. y. Drs. Liebig & Co. The above celebrated, well knowr, most successful and only responsible Sax Francisco specialists, are now visiting Loa Antreles. Offices for free consults. - tion at 21 South Main street, opposite the opera house. Read advertisement. For Sale. Fine, stylish, polished oak cart, made by R. M. Bingham <s 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 small horse, 13 to 15 hands high: has been slightly used; is offered at a bargain. Hawley, Kins & Co., Loa Angelea And Requena streets. Try Turkish baths and have health. Try Turkish baths for colds. Try Turkish baths for rheumatiam. Try Turkish hatha for liver and kidney. At the Ham in an, 230 South Main street. Removal Notice. B. B. Young, architect, has removed from California Bank building to rooms 47, 48 aud 49, new Wilson block, First and Spring streets. The Finest Turkish Baths On the Coast are at the Hammam, 124 South Main street. Ms TO 53.5 Q. Finest Finished Cabinet Photo (raphi. We guarantee them to be aa fine as any made ln the city. Come early wlih the babies. N B.—Parties holding contract tickets on other galleries will be allowed #1.00 for same on their order. WEBNER, 127 West First street, bet. Main and Spring •jl9-4m OKANGB BRANCH COMMANDKRY; NO 306, U. O. O. C —Meets eyery Friday even ing Id New Odd Fellows' Hall, Harden block, East Los Angelea. Any Good Physician Desiring to purchase a fine home and practice ($7,500 yearly) in the country should address A. M. Gardner, M D Calistoga, Cil ,or call and make per sonal examination. Price, $8,000; one half cash, balance on time. Palace Hotel, Colton, Cal., Newly utted up. Nea'ett hotel iv the city to the depot Terms moderate; all first-class ap pointments; two lines of cars past, the hotel. J F. Nash, Prop. THA J ? A , rKTNG OOU3H can be so quickly cured by Shi.oh's Cure. Via guarantee it. Sohmer pianos aud Estny oreans. Liberal terms and prices s\» C. E. Day's music 6tore. 8 N. Boring strtet. Home Made Ruckwheat Cakes And miuco pies at the Hollenbeck hotel cafe. Buggy robes and blankets at Foy's harness shop, 217 Los Angeles street. BLEEPLKSS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiioh's Cute is the remedy for you Stoves Sold on Installment*. F. E. Brown's, No. 136 South Main street. Ji U M 1,1, »..■»> litll N, 'Si 6 POWDER Absolutely Pure* The powder never vanes a model of parity and wholsoinenens. More eoonomioal than the ordinary Unas, and cannot ho sold ln eompe ltion with the multitudes of low test, short weight, sinm of phosphate powders. Sold only IN CANS, KOYAI.BA.KINe POWDKB 00., 106 Wall St., N. Y. THB JOHNSON LOO EE MBROAN TILE fO Mm »-.-•<•.«. d4-4m J. G. CUNNINGHAM, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Trunks and TraTeliDg Bags, 132 S. MAIN ST., Opp. Mott Market. Repairing promptly attended to. Old iCrunks taken in exchange Orders called for oud delivered to all parts of the city. fl lm Tie Racing Stallion ! STANDARD TROTTING BItED. WClt DASHWOOD! wi ]j miKO the season of 1890 at Kla Hilla Farm, corner of Downey avenue and Alta street. Dashwood by Legal Tender, sire of Red Cloud, 2:18, 80y,2:13% and many others in the t :30 list; dam by Volunteer (sire of St. JuMen, 2:\i%, and thirty others in the 2:30 list; by hysdyk's Habletonian, TERMS—SSO the season with return privilege, provided the horse Is still owned by n>e. Patronage $3.00 amonth. All mares at owners' risk. GEO. HINDS, Owner. J. Romero, Manager. fel2-lm BARQAHSTSI Stock ranch of 5,000 aores, near Los Angeles, at $2.50 per acre. Farming and stock ranch (half farming land) of 2,h 60 acres, near Los Angeles, at $7.00 per acre An elegant home on South Olive street, lot 50x155, cheap. Au 8-room house, with lot 50x150 feet, on Court street, orly $4,000. A beautiful lot, 105x176, ou Washington Etreet, very cheap. For further particulars inquire of owner, room 9, Bryson-Bonebrake block. fe7-lm T. W. T. RICHARDS. Buy your Hardware, Tinware, Cook, Oil, Gas and Gasoline Stoves, and get your Plumbiufi and <..v-mUug done by CHAPMAN & PAUL, Nos. 12 and 14 Commercial St., and 314* South spring St. Telephone No. 422. Branch 418. fe9 eod-3m NLSBET'S Tonic Poultry Powder Is over twenty times aa ctrong aa any of the un called e«g foods offered for sale, and while they cos 20 cts. to 50 eta. a week to feed a fleet of 50 hens, thia only costs from 7 cents to 10 cents a week for the name number, according to th« sized package used Address all order, CHAS. A GARDNER (formerly of Gardner A Nlsbot), 24 Wm First. St., room 10 fea lm BAKBB IKOW WORE& Buena Viiita St. Low Armeies. Adjointer/ Parifle Hrorfwda Tolenhopn 124. d 22 F, HANIMAN! ' Telephone 188, p. 0 . Box 537 LOS ANCEIES FISHING CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers iv FISH, «AWK AND POULT MY AU kinds of OYSTERS always on hand Stalls 9. 11, IS. 16, 18 and 20, Mott Market, Los Angelea. OaL tutu , On Account of Dissolution of Co-Partner^ip THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE WHITE HOUSE CLOTHING UNPIN WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE OR LIMIT. Sale Commencing Tuesday, Jan uary 21, 1890, I>2olut COR. SPRING AND FRANKLIN. I CAN YOD TELL A BARGAIN IF YOU SEE IT? NOW THEN CALL AT UNDER THE NADEAr HOUSE, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. I CLOTHING I Our $10.00 Suits are still Belling for $4.90 fl \ Our $12.50 SUk Mixed Suits must be closed for $6.25 f? Our $15.00 Dress Suits are reduced to $7.50 | Our $20.00 Prince Albert Suits are reduced to $12.50 HATS! HATS I Our $1.50 Derby Hats, this week 95 cents only Our $2.50 Crush Hats, this week $1.25 only Our $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Hats must go at $1.75 only BPECIAL-250 dozen White TJnlaundered Dress Shirts, worth 75 cents, reduced to 35 cents. tV6f~he on hand early before the bargains are all sold. EA A A/f UNDER NADEAU HOUSE I I saaniisii^'^ fe7-3m SAM N. OSBORNE, Atlantic Steamship, Insurance " AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRANSFER TRUCK. COMPANY. Tickets sold to and from Great Britain and Europe ,by all first-class lines at lowest rates, staterooms secured. Call and get information. Houses to rent. Money to loan. Collections 21S WEST FIRST STREET, Telephone No. 18. foi-3m Los Angeles, Cal. CATARRH, THROAT DISEASE, BRONCHITIS, Astbia aod CoDSQmption! Successfully treat :d by M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D. M. C. P, 8. 0., (Graduate Medical Department Victoria Col lege, Ontario, Canada, in 1867; member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, Canada, since 1882.) BY HIS MEDICATED INHALATIONS AND COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT. It 1b now conceded by all scientific lnvestiga 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 tia.ue, millions of which are found to exist iv a BiDgle 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 our oompound oxygen and other medicated inhalations ? These redemies antagonize and completely remove every poison of the system from the blood, hence are efficacious in curing Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis, Con sumption, Nervous Prostration, Insomnia and Dyspepsia, etc., etc. Ln all eases 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. Persous desiring treatment by this system of practice can use tbe remedies at home as well as at our oilice, and which will cause no incon venience or hindrance to business whatever. The very host oi referenoes from those al ready cured. Those who desire to consult me ln regard to their oases had hotter call at the offloe for an examination, but if Impossible to visit the ofiice personally can write for list of questions and circular, both of which will be sent free of charge. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D, 37 South Fort St., Loa Augelci, Cal. Offloe hours—From 9a. at. to 4 P. at. Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 r. nr. Residence—ls South Grand Avenue f4 MRS. DR. WELLS, PIRBT LADY LICENTIATE OF KENTUCKY, Educated abroad. Thirty years ln. and cit izen of the United States. Many years of successful praotice ln this city. Uter ine and Rectal Diseases treated with skill by new methods without knife or caustic Prompt reUef ln suppressed or palo ful menstru ation. In Prolapsus, Ulceration, Congestion, one trial will oonvlnce. Special treatment for dla asea Incident upon the climacteric period. Many are driven insane from reflex, nervous bralu troubles; others burdened with Tumors, Cancer, Varicose Ulcers. City referenoes Con sultation free. 502 SOUTH FORT STREET, fia« » H. J.W. The Great Appetizer. Famous H. J. W. Old Bourbon and Rye Whiskey. ABSOLUTELY PURE! ,N0 FUSEL OIL ! A great relief to those troubled with consump tion, dyspepsia, debility, malaria, chills and fever, loss of appetite, indigestion, influenza, etc. Price, $1 per bottle, 6ix bottles for $5. This whiskey la distilled from selected grain iv Louisville, Ky., expressly for H. J. Woolla cott, and is especially adapted for family and mediciual use, BOTTLBD ONLY BY H. J. WOOLLACOTT, 184 aud 18« North Spring St., Loa Anarelea, Cal. For sale by druggists and dealers in fine liuuors. Exclusive agency for towns given. The above goods can be obtained from the following agents: O. H. ROBERTS, Monrovia. Cal. QEO. H. HOUIN, Pasadena, Cal. C. R. JOH*si»N. Itasrlewood, Cal. RAYMOND HOTEL, East Pusadena. Cal. OCEAN VltBW HOTEL, Redondo Beach, « al. A. V. VI UAL, Azusa, Cal. HOTEL METRO POLE, Avalon, Cal, JOHN McNOAH, Downey, Cal. ULLHAN Ac MILLER, Santa Ana. cal. L. ESELBURN. Yuma, A. T. CHAS. YOUNGEK, Santa Barbara. Cal. C. N. CARSON, Blvera, Cal. HEPBURN Ac TEttHV, Ventura, Cal. J.ROBINSON, Lamauda. Park, Cal. C. H. CON ANT, Ontario, Cal. Fo- sale in th's city by the following well known d uggists and dealers in fine liquors. C. LAUX, 148 S. Spring it. C. LAUX, (branch) 551 8. Broadway S. W. LOCKETT, 603 S. Broadway A.E. LITTLE BO V, 160 N. Malu st. URB4N Ac HUEIILEtC, 6618. Olive bt A. H. BROOK AMP, 115 B. Main St. H. J. WOOLLACOTT, (branch) 453 8. Spring st. L. ROTH. 245 E. Firat St. F. MOHLE, 216 W. Sixth St. MATS urn Ac BKUHN, oor. sth & Depot sts. CABLE PHARMACY, Boyle Heights. H. C. WOUL AND, Station B, Boyle Heights. ANIa ELENO PHABMACY, 1208 Tem ple st. BEN. L. BAER, cor Temple st. and Beandry aye. GEO. QUI HIE, 324 S. Mala st. BCHADE Ac OHANZ, cor. sth & Spriog sts. i felB-3m HOME MANUFACTURES. A Column Everyone Should Bead. HOW MONEY MAY HE SAVED. Local Manufacturing: Enterprises- Patronize Them and Keep Your Money at Home. In this oolumn win be found notices of a number of manufacturing establishments of Los Angeles. All who aro interested in the prosperity of this city will admit the necessity of building up our manufacturing Industries This cau best be dcie by liberally patronizing those we now have. A careful reading of tbls department wlil pay everyone. gANITARY PLUMBING. FRANK A. WEIN3HANK, PLT'ITIBEH, ii VN AND BTEAHI FITTER, 128 E. Second Street. Telephone 136. Machinery of all kinde repaired. General Jobbing promptly attended to. jaB 3m ANGELES TOOL WORKS, F. T. BINGHAM, Proprietor. manufacturer of Engines and Ma chinery of all kinds. Having enlarged the Brasa Foundry, special attention given to largo or small Brass, Bronze, German Bilver and Ziuc Castings, Gold, Silver and Nickel Plating. Pattern and Model Mak ing a specialty. THIRD STREET. BET FORT AND HILL. f!2-lm Telephone 348. AUCTION SALES. W. E. BEESON'S -GENERAL— Auction anil Commission House, NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECOND ST. Peromptory Saloa of Now and Second-Hud Fnraiture TUESDAY, FEB. 18, THURSDAY, FEB. 20, SATURDAY, FEB. 22, At 10 a. m. and 2 r. at. AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND CAR RIAGES ON SATURDAYS. REN O. RHOADES. Auctioneer. 06-tf " AUOTIOITsALE Wednesday, February 19th. THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OP An elegantly furnished 7-room house, con- Hitting of Dining-room aud Drawing-room furniture, Oriental and Bruisels Carpets. Mir rors, Glasses, China and Silverware, Cutlery, Bed and Table Linen, a very cht ice selection of Pictures and Japanese Vases, 3 Handsome Bedroom Sets, 2 Fine Clocks, Kitchou Utensils, and other things too numerous too mention. Near corner of Belmont and Temple Btreets. Look for red flag. BEN. 0. RHOADEB, Auctioneer. P. 8 —Take Temple-street cable cars. felo-3t AUCTION! Barber Shop Fixtures I At the old stand of the late O, L. SUSAND, 331 NORTH MAIN ST., Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1890, • AT 10 O'CLOCK A. at. These goods having bee i turned over to me by the Pdblic Administrator, I will sell them at aut-tion in lots to suit purchasers, consisting * V oon^lLL E « B l nt ?, rbe . r Chairs 88 Mirrors! / 1,000 feet Marble Flooriug, 15 Marble Wash howls and Plated Bibs, 1 3 Bowl Marble Wash stand, round, 1 Large Iron Boiler, 20 Iron, 1 orcelaln-Lined Bath Tubs aud connections w * v" d , Bur Sa r Proof Safe, Chairs, Desks, Wardrobe, 1 Walnut Bedroom Muit, Linen j wiTon&rre' 0, Eve^thln « *m be sold THOS. B. CLARK, . fe!s-5t Auctioneer. AtrAuction~r THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, February zOln and 21st. OUR entire stock of CLOAKS AND SUITS, Comprising over $50,000 worth of the Choicest Garments ever offered for Bale by any firm ln this city. SULLIVAN'S 213 Soutli Spring Street, fe!6-6t THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer. THKEbrHNCT OUTFIT For Sale at a Oreat Bargain. BKUNSON-PITTS' SEPARATOR, AMES' EN GINE, JACKSON'S DERRICK AND FEEDER. A Complete Threshing Outfit. AppljAt RANCH HOUSE on Laguna Ranch. fe!4 tf The mm aa Bat Springs Finest Eeeort Two Thousand Feet Above the Sea. A complete chango of climate from that of Los Ange es. Free from Frost, Fcg Dust Mud, Malaria, Fleas and Mosquitoes. Wonderful Hot Mineral Waters. The Arrowhead Hotel and Hot Springs have a rare combination of advantages aafa winter resort. In respect to location scenery and climate they are unsurpaVsed The mineral waters are as good nanvln the world The hotel accommodates 150 guests and is first class in every respect No pains are spared to make it home-Hke restful and attractive. For full part cS olrcu1 -' Wm M. TIBDALE Arrowhead Springs, a 24 3m sak Bebmabotno Govktt.Cai.