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IUILY HERALD. United States signal Service. Resort of observations taken at Los Angeles, February 19. 1890: Time, Bar. ITher.|RH , m|Wd|Vel.| 5:07 a. a." 30 | NX 3 Cj'dy. SioVr.M. 30 04,1 58 I 87 I W I 5 jCldlsa Max. tern., 56: mm. tern., 33. indications. Ban Francisco, February 19 —Forecast till 8 p m. Thur.day: Rain, preceded by lair weather in Southern California. Temperature aCast. Chicago. February 19.—Noon — Tempera ture: New York, 34; Orleans, 56: Bt. Louts, 40; Cincinnati. 36; Chicago, 28; Win nipeg 28 below. special Bullet!". Office of the Observer, Los Angeles.) Cal., February 19 1890. t A special telegram received from the Chlei Signal Office states that "cold wave" signals are ordered for Colorado, Kansas and Ne braska The tempeiature will fall 20 degrees toy 8 a. m. February 20th. PERSONAL. T. L. SebmaD, of San Gabriel, was in the city yesterday. Vf. B. Beamer, of San Bernardino, was in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fay are up from San Diego on a ihort visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Booth were in town from Ontario yesterday. Henry Criell, of San Francisco, is vis iting the city with his daughter. W. W. Taylor, Esq., is the happy father of a great big pair of twins. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Campbell, of Red lands, were in the city yesterday. James T. S'ratton, a well-known resi dent of Oakland, is visiting Los Angeles. Mr. M. Morris is home from San Fran cisco, after an absence of a couple cf weeks. 8. B. Ritchie, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, is trying a winter in Southern California with hia wife. R9V. W. L. Gaston, formerly of Ban ning, ia now in this city for a time, stop ping at the Norwood. Mr. I. W. Hellman left the city yes terday for San Franciscj, to c'o-e up tbe deal with the Nevada Bank. It is very likely the deal will go through, and the Nevada will be the leading bank of the Coast. Miss Maybel Haysom, a niece of the late Mr. George D. Gannaway, of Wil mington, received the highest honors of all the competitors at the Royal Acad emy of Mnsic, London, England, on No vember 28, 1889, and was given the first, prize. Mr. Arbuckle, who has been visiting Mr. Henry VVhitham, of Kahrts street, is I abaat to return to Lincoln, Nebraska, where he will settle up his affairs and bring his family back to California with him. Notwithstanding the weather which the old residenter has been de ploring for weeks past, Mr. Arbuckle thinks the county and climate an im provement on Nebraska. J. J. Riley, Portland; F. F. Worcester, Illinois; J. F. Fay and wife, San Diego; Mrs. L A. Buell, Tucson, Ariz.; Mrs. Kate Mayson, Clifton, Ariz.; Geo. W. Dnrbrow, Colton; E. H. Perry, New York; W. H. Talbot and wife, Philadel phia; P. Sullivan. Colton; James Ker win and niece, Helena, Mont.; T. L. Sebm »n, San Gabriel; Henry Criell and daughter, A. G. Freeman and wife, San Frahcieco, are at the Arcade. P. J. Daly, William P. McQuaid, Bos ton ;D. L. Oiiver ; San Francisco; L. P. Btewart, Portland; Miss E. Hamlin, Thos. Ryan, Emil Haborkorn, Paul Hennaberg, Max Droge, Mendelesohn Quintette Club; Edmund A. Parker, New YoTk; Miss Crookshank, C. Ton nerean, England; Frank E. Hollor, Pennsylvania; Rube Cohen, H. Meyer stein, San Francisco; Philio J. Berdan, Jr., and wife, Fall River, Mass.; Laura A. Lincoln, Massachusetts; W. B. Beamer, San Bernardino; George D. Wfaitcomb, Glendora; Chas. A. Shep ard, San Diego; H. L. Slayton. Mrs. W. D. Tyson and eon, New York; H. J, Lsve?, P. Sullivan, San Francisco, and James T. Stratton, Oakland, are at the Nadeau. Alex. J. Gregg and wife, North Da kota; John Anderson, Chicago; H. Mc- Grandin. St. Panl. Minn.; William Booth and wife, Ontario; T. B. Mc- Gover, New York; Charles A. Fischer, Chicago; 8. B. Ritchie and wife, Winni peg, Manitoba; J. H. White, Boston; John B. Campbell and wife, Redlands; Wm. Gallup, J. 8. Hatterman and wife, Bt. Paul, Minn.; R. B. Emerson, t«au Diego; Robert Jameson, Sacramento; H. W. Cardwell, Portland. Or.; S. Seilig, Charles Cass, John C. Pelton, Jr.. L. H. Scrivener, George H. E?gars, G. W. Luce, W. V. Fondier, F. F. Fargo, San Francisco; James L. Barker, Oak land; George C. Ingraham, Boston; James Norwood, wife and daughter, Pat erson, N. J.; N. B. Grisette and son, Ventura; W. H. Farley, Toronto; Jeseph O'Reilly, Brooklyn, N. V.; Joseph Stephenson, Bristol, 0.; J. E. Schormer horn and A. D. Ellis, New York, are at the Hollenbeck. NEWS NOTES. Los Angeles Lodge No. 42, F. and A. M., will confer the third degree tonight. The Board of Public Works will take its regular tour of inspection this after noon at half-pact 1 o'clock. There will be a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce this afternoon at half-past 3. The Central W. C. T. U. will meet at the temple, corner Fort and Temple streets, tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. The Louisiana Social Club will meet this evening at the residence of Miss Apffel, No. 211 East Fifth street. All Lonisianans are invited to attend. The ship America arrived at San Pedro yesterday, with 3,000 tons of coal for Hancock Banning. This is the third cargo of coal since January Ist for this firm. Mr. O. H. Bliss, of Banta Cruz, for merly of Los Angeles, writes to the Herald that up to Feoruarv 12th over fifty inches of rain had fallen in his to ,vn. Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $91,266 and were 60 in number. Of these 21 were for more than $1,000 each and 20 were for nomi nal considerations. The second annual ball of tho Letter Carriers' Association, which cornea off thia evening, in Turn Verein hall, prom ises to be a very tine affair. A splendid orchestra has been engaged; the hall THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: TH OR 3D AY MOKJSIING, FEBRUARY 20, LB9O. will be profusely decorated with flowers and evergreens, and no paino or expense is being spared to make the ball a grand success. The Young Ladies' Missionary Society of the Second Presbyterian chnrch will have a public meeting thia evening in the church, corner of Daly street and Downey avenue, taking tbe place of the regular weekly prayer meeting. The Oiio Club, of this city, i 3 preparing to give another social and ball on the 28fh of this month, in the Turn Verein hall. Those who attended the first so cial some time ago will look forward to the second with pleasurable anticipa tions. The small boy and all who are fond of swimming will be glaS to learn of the prospective re-opening of the natatorium, on Broadway. Mr. McCaldin, the pres ent owner, has been engaged in effecting extensive reDairs and improvements!, and tne building when re-opened will present a better appearance and be far more comfortable than ever before. A aeries of exhibitions by former pupils, and of contests for plain and fancy swimming is on the programme for the time immediately following tho opening. R. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care fully drawn. Removed to 133 W. Second st, Burdick block. Telephone 595. Held to Answer. Toy Sing appeared before Justice Aus tin yesterday for examination upon the charge of having on January llth last assaulted See Guy, a doorkeeper at the Chinese theater, with an iron bar, with the intent then and there to commit murder, and was held to answer to the charge in the Superior Court, under bonds in the sum of $5,000. This is the second time Toy Sing has been exam ined upon the charge, ex-Police Judge Owens having held him to answer a few days before the decision of the Supreme Court waß made known. A VOICE FROM POST ST. A lady Relates two Astonishing Experiences. To whom It rc»y concern: I have tried almost • every conceivable remedy for biliousness dur l Ing the past five years as I am of a bilious tem perament and suffer much from stomach and l liver troubles. But nothing ever gave me the t relief that I obtained from using Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla. In fact I think it a cure for those ailments. At the time I was using it I had a 1 little girl living in my family whose neck was ■ seriously affected by a large open sore, and we tried a great many kinds of lotions, salves and blood purifiers to no avail. I gave her some of my medicine (Joy's Vegetable SarsaparilU) thinking it might benefit her and as it was purely vegetable, knew it could do her no harm. To my astonishment she began to improve, and within two weeks it was entirely healed and she is now as well as ever. Mrs. K. L. WHEATON, 704 Post St., SanFranclsoo When Baby was sick, we euve h»r Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. At Auction. Friday, February 21st, at 214 Wilming ton street, W. E. Beeson will cell ac fine a lot of furniture as was ever offered in this city, consisting of parlor, bed-room, dining and kitcben furniture, as well as much that is to be found in a well ap pointed family residence. Ben. O. Rhoades, Auctioneer. 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, Cal ,or call and make per sonal examination. Price, $8,000; one half cash, balance on time. • Come to Fort-street M. E. church, Friday, at 9a. m., to the opening ser vice of the three days' Holiness Con vention. Session in forenoon, afternoon and evening. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiioh's Catarrh remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For Sale. Fine, stylish, polished oak cart, made by R. M Bingham <fc Co., Home, N. V.; front and back seat, carrying two to fonr light persons; . height of wheel, 42 inches; height itf body from floor. 30 inches; length of shaft front of ' bar, 8 feet 2 inches; for small horse, 13 :o 15 • hands high: has been slightly used; is offered ; at a bargain. Hawlkt, King & Co., 1 Ixjs Angeles and Requena streets. Try Turkish baths and have health. Try Turkish baths for colds, i Try Turkish baths for rheumatism. Try Turkish bath* for liver and kidney. At the Hammau, 230 South Maiu street. Removal Notice. , E. B. Young, architect, has removed from . California Bank building to rooms 47, 48 and . 49, new Wilson block, First and Bpring streets. The Finest Turkish Baths , On the Coaßt are at the Hammam, 121 South l Main street. Palace Hotel, Colton, Cal., Newly fitted up. Nearest hotel in the city to the depot. Terms moderate; all first-claBS ap pointments; two lines of cars pass the hotel J. F. Nash, Prop. THAT HACKING COU3H can be so quickly cured by Bhiioh's Cure. We guarantee it. Bohmer pianos and Estey organs. • Liberal termp and prices at C. E. Day's i music store, 8 N. Soring street. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria^ ITll»<Jl-.L,l.Ai«*.ollN. POWDER Absolutely Pure. The powder never vanes. A model of putty and wholaomeneaa. More economical than the ordinary tin da, and cannot beaold ln oompe- I tion with the mnltltndea of low teat, ttort weight, iltim of phosphate powderi. Bold osly in caijb, Royalßaking Powdbb Co., 106 W all at., N. Y. THB JOHNSON LOOKS IUCROAM' TILB 00., San ITranolioo. Axentt, dl-Am , FINANCE AND TRADE Flu and H.t. sxchanok bkvibw. Nbw York, February 19 -Stocks today were heavy to weak, and closed at the lowest prices of the nic ruing MONBY QUOTATIONS. 3Ur|lplr o ?eut FebrUftry 19 - M °* call Prime mercantile paper, sft6W per rent ~me rlJ ?osx aua weak; 60-day bills, $4.83; demiud, $4 87 ' Bar silver, 95?;™. per ounce. rJ£5 .Fbancisco. February 19.-Silver baat 90@90 , ic. per ounce. V UTOf.KH ANT» «.ON»A y*J* YoBK - Febraary 19.-01osiug qnota 0. 8. 4s, ooup Preferred.... 73U J. 8.48, reg 122 V North wr-FMrn . .118. £.8. 4Us, reg .123' ~N. w. Inferred. .141 0. S. 4«b.coup... 124! i iN. Y. Centra. 100 Pacific Ss 116 Oregon Imp't:... 45 American Ex. ...115 Navigation.. .100 l*nada Faciflo. 7HvTrauscontinent»l 34% lusada Son .. Paclflo Mat!.. .... 38 Coutral Pacific . Reading 40 Rock Inland 89Vi 0. L. is W ISSUIBt Paul 68\ DsnverAßloGir. .11 VStLonls &8. F.... 18 Srlo 2(>' s St. Paul A Omaha SUi tans A Texas ... 9', Texas Pacific 20! 2 Lake Shore 105 V« Onion PaciEc 85 L. it N 87H U. 8. Express 85 jfioh Central. . 92S Western .eion... Ba*4. Httsourl Paclflo.. 71%' Am. Cotton 0U... 27Vi Northern Pac. . 30V Fargo 140 Boston. February 19.—Closing prions: 141 RE 132VM':x Cen Ist m bs 70' 4 Burl A Qr.iuoy,... 107 Sau Diego 18 Mcx Gent ooxn IS MINING stocks. Sam Fbancisco, February 19.—The follow ing are tho olosing prtcav Best & Belcher. 320 Potosl 170 Ohoilar . 255 Ophir 4.60 Con. Cal. A Va. 4.90 lavage 175 Hould&Curry.. 160 ISierra Nevada.. 2.45 Peer 20 Uuion Con 2.80 Peerless 25 ! Yellow Jacket.. 220 ttralu markets. DOMSBTIC. Bab Fbancisco, February 19.— Whest — luactive. Buyer seasou, $1.29%; buyer, 90, $1 ;«!>„ per cental. Barley—lnactive. Buyer season, buyer 90, 85% c. per cental Corn, 9"Vic.@sl.o7}4. Tlte Local Markets Poultry—Hens, No. 1. per doz, $5.50@56 ; Old Rootters.per doz,*4 50®5.00; Youug Roost ers, per doz, $5.00; Broilers, l*rge, per doz, $4.00; Brotl»rs, small, per d< z, $3 00; turkeys, per lb, 15@16c: ducks. Urge, per doz, $7 00; ducks, snail, per doz, $4.5u®5.00; geese. $1.00 each. Lard—3-lb, palls, !)c ; 5-lb. pails, 8%0.\ 10 lb. tius, B%c Ham.-—Eastern Sugar-Cured, Rex, 12% c; Lilly ami Crown, 13%0. Raisins—Three Crown, new, layers, per box, $1.70@1 90; Dried Grants, 2 1 . J ®3e: Loose Mus catels, $firstname.lastname@example.org; bulk raisins, bid. Means and dried Peas—Pluk, No. 1, $2 50® 2.75; bayous, $3.0C®3 50; Limas, $4.75® 5 25; navy, small, $2.50@2 75; Garvancos, $email@example.com. Apples-Evaporated, B^jC.; Hunt's Alden, Cheese—Large, Small, 12!-a'o; 3-lb, hand, full cream, Coast, lie. Butter —Fancy Califoruia, per roll, 40@45c; choice roll, 30@35c; fair roll, 25c; rickle roll, 30®35c; firkin, choice, per lb., California, 22c; Eggs —Fresh ranch, 18c. Provisions-Breakfast bacon, Rex, llj.ic; Lilly and Crown, 12% c. Vkget.hsi.es— Chile*, per string, 7">firstname.lastname@example.org; garlic, 4®6c; cabbage, per 100 lbs., 80®90c. Nuts— Walnuts, ; peanuts, California, s®7c; Honey—Extracted, light, 7c; amber, 4J.; i ®sc. Beeswax—Per pound, 17c bid. 18c a kea. Dried Fruits—Peaches: Sun-dried No. 2, 10c bid; euu-dritd. peeled, No. 1, 15c bid; Apricots: sun-dried, 10 l _c bid, 12c asked. Prunes: California French, 6c bid, 8c asked; Californiafctetman. 7c. Flour—Los Angeles XXXX extra family patent roller, $4.20; Capitol Mills, extra family pa'ent roller, *4 20; Sperry's, $4.90. Corn—Largp Yellow carload lot*. 80@85c; small yellow, 80®85c; large white. 85c; bmul. white, 90c. Grain Bags—New Calcuttas, 7%c; potato sacks, 4He. Oats—Fe?d. No 1, $1.25. Barley—Feed No. 1, new, 70c : brewing No 1, 75@80c. Wheat—White Russian, $1.00. Mill Feed—lran, $16.00; shorts, $18.00. Cracked Corn, cracked bar ey, 85c bid; rolled barley, 85rr bid; ground barley, 85c; mixed fetd, corn and barley. $1 00. Potatoes—Local, $2.00; noitbern, $2.00® $2.25 Citrus Fruits—Oranges per box, Los Angeles seedlings, $2 00; uavels, $3.50®4.00. Lem ons, valley, per box, $email@example.com; Eureka aud Lisbon. $3.00. Onions-Quoted at $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hay—B.r ey No. I,*B 00; do No. 2, $7.00; oat, No 1, $7.00; wheat, No. 1, $11.00; alfalfa $10.00 FRESH MEATS. Following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers: Beef—First quality, 6(0)6' ie; second quality, third quality, 4®4j;,Q per pound. Veal- Qnotable at 6®7c for large and 8® 10f. per pound for smsll. Mutton—Quotable at 6®7c per pound. Lamb—Quotable at 9@loc per pound. Pork—Live hogs on foot, grain fed, me dium, dressed bogs, 7@Bc per pound. DAILY BxOAL ESTATE RECORD. Publlslted by tbe Abstract ana Title lainraaco Company of E.Au celes. Wednesday, February 19, 1890 CONVKTANCBS, Redondo Holel Co to George H Weeks—Lot 25 block 191, Rtdondo Beacn ; *2,700. Sa-i Jose Ranch Co to 8 P Reese— B% of N'E' 1 of BE'i Sec 9T 1 8R 9 W: $3,000. F Minott Ward and Walter R H. Ward to Honry Rickeuberg—Lots 1 and 2 sub o' N 2-5 of Nli, lot 4 block O, Sau Pasqual tract; $2,000. Fraueis A Millard, HlMiUard and J R Mil lard t) Jihn H Lee—Lots 14 aud 15 block B, MilUrd trace; $1,200. Mattle S Hill to Elizabeth Kirkwood—4.B43 acres iv Ho Sau Pasqual; $4,000. Herbert W Seymour to M D Johnson—Und ]_ int iv part of lot 2 Sec 32 Ro Azusa de Duarte and tract, udj and int ln pipe line; $8,500. Donald M Graham ano WLliam Collier to Ehrhart Engel—Lot 5 block A, Bonest'ill tract; $1,000. Smith James to L A D Townsend—Agreement to convey lot 4 block 3, Bryant, Peslce A. James sub Pasadena; $1,260. LAD Townsend to William T Townsend— Assignment of above. Oh-rles C Lamb to James Northrop—of NW'. t Sc. 10, T 33, R 14 W; $8 000. imil Riesen and Mary Riesen to Ger'rude Golden Rose—Pt of Ro Santa Anita; $6,000. James Thompson Ftewart to Matthew L 8t "wnrt—Lot 18, P G Woostor sub Pasadena; $1,200- Cornelius G Harrison to Kenneth D Wise- Lots 11,12, 21 and 22. Mills & Wicks' sub of Sees 8 and 9, T 3 8, X 14 W. John H Jacobs to Millard N Sheldon-Lots 2 ad 3 John H Jaobs' sub of lots 9 and 13, and part of lots 10 and 12, Rave's true : $1,500. M N Sheldon to John H Jacobs—Lot 3, Duns moor tract, Pasadena; $1,800. E W Jones and Ellen S Jones to Mrs Mary Weber—Lot29, Kennedy tract arldu; $1,900 O J Johnson to 8 X Mcllhenny— To> 7 and W ]_ of lo 8, M J Rigging's subdn of Riggina tract, Pasadena; $7,500. Jtmet R Ri»glnß and Sallie v Riggins to same—Lot 7, Riggins's subdn of Riggins trac P-S»dens; also 8 % of N M of lots 19 a-d 20 Cochran & Spltley subdn, Pa adena; $3,881 R\V Poindexter to same—Part of lotß 8 and 9 Hays's addn to Sunset: $1,000. Jasper Marlatt and Mary Marlstt to E A M»nd —S 4 acres of N%of 8E cf NW y. of Sec 17 T 2 B, R 13 W; $4,000. Fanny H Anderson and J T Anderson to C L F Thompson -Lots 19 aud 20. blkß, H W Stan ton eubdu M Gofftract; $4,900. Arabella J Wilson and Andrew P Wilson to City of Los Angeles—Lot commencing on E 11ns Lns Angeles st; $4,200. Mrs 0 A Harvey (formerly Mrs C A Wood) to John D Bicknell—Lot 5 bik o, Mou oe's addn to Monrovia tract; also lot 14 blk H, E F Hpence's addn to Monrovia; also lot 7 blk a, Spfnce & Falvev's subdn ol lots A B E blk 3, Monrovia tract; $1,000. SUMMARY. Number of transfers above $1,000 each. 21 Amount, $81,181. Number of transfers under $1,000, 19 Amount, $10,085. Number of nomlual tranufers, 20 Total amount of considerations, $91,266 Note—Transfers of which the consideration is less than $1,000 are not published in tho abovo list. Buggy robes and biaukets at Foy's harness shop, 217 Los Angeles street. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made misersble by that terrible cough. Shiioh's Cure is the remedy for yon _ Stoves Hold on Installments, F. E. Brown's. No. 136 S.mth Main street. Home Made Huckwhsat Cakea j Andmiuce pies at the Hollenbeck hotel cafe. LOS ANGELES COUNCIL, NO. 11, ROYAI and Select Masters, F. and A. M.-Holde Its stated assemblies on the fourth Monday of each month, at 7:30 f. *.. at. Masonic Half, Spring st„ bet. First and Second " * On Account of Dissolution of Co-partnership THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE Oil BOUSE 111 l COMPANY WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE OR LIBIIT. Sale Commencing Tuesday, Jan uary 21, 1890. ia2olu , COR. SPRING AND FRANKLIN. UNTIL MARCH IST, You can get 20 PER CENT. OFF on OVERCOATS ! And 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on CLOTHINGI And Furnishing: Goods, A.t the Reliable, One IPrice, Cash Clothing House of MULLEN, BLUETT k CO. Corner Spring and First Streets, Los Angeles Cal. fl-5m iitiWMaaMßa»iiam«flffl!lil^^ j CAN YOD TELL A BARGAIN IF YOU SEE II ? NOW AT UNDER THE NADEAU HOUSE, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSEL^^^^ CLOTHING Our $10.00 Bulls are still Belling for .. $4 90 5 Our $12.50 Silk Mixed Suits must be closed for "!!!!!".!!'.'.!■!...! ........S*J.M Our $15.00 Dre=s Suits are reduced to $7 50 | Our $20.00 Prince Albert Suits are reduced to ................... .$12^50 HATS I HATS! Our $1.50 Derby Hats, this week 95 centB oal Our $2 50Crush Hats, this week $1 25 only Our $3.00, $3.50 aud $4.00 Hats must go at .......$1.76 only 35 cents d ° Zen WMte Dnlaundere<l Dresg B™**. worth 75 cents, st«r*"Be on haud early before the bargains are all sold. EA "P. A UNDER NADEAU HOUSE • -*rXJ_-/jrYlVi, New No. 113 South Sprnjr St. 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 lowpnt ,■<.»„. Staterooms secured. Call and get Information. Houses to rent. Money to !oan. <SoMoM 216 WEST FIRST STREET, Telephone No. lg. fel-3m Los Angeles, Cal. THE BEST DOMESTIC FOB BALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS COAL YARDS General Office, . 21 North Spring Street, fo lm •*— ■ J Coming to Los Angeles February 15th to 28th, 1890. TWO WEEKS ONLY! I PRIVATE OFFICES: 21 South Main St., opp. Opera House, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Dr. Liebig & Co. LIEBIG WORLD DISPENSARY. INTERNATIONAL SURGICAL INBTITTJTE San Francisco, Cal., Butte City, Mont., Kansas City, Mo. I)r StoddaTt . SpeeiallsMn-Cblef ifj . Oljiiuuai b) of the above named Medical and Snrgtcal Association, will visit Los Angeles and have offices for free consulta tion and examination at 21 South Main street for the purpose of contracting with all those desiring to be cured of Chronic, Special, Pri vate and Complicated Diseases. Diseases of Men aud Women, the Lungs, Heart, Throat Head. Eyes, Ears, Blood and Skin Diseases sDecially treated and speedily cured. Glass Eyes, Artificial Limbs, Hands and Feet adjusted to tho body. Deformities of every kind skillfully treated. Braces, Trusses, Electro, Voltaic and Magnetic Appliances adjusted to every form of malformation or ailment. Bemcmber the Special Surgeon and Physician of the Liebig International Surgical Institute of S.m Francisco, is the only responsible .Specialist visiting Los Angelesquarterly. Only one call necessary, balance of treatment until cured, by correspondence. Offices at St. Charles Hotel, Sau Bernardino, Match Ist, and at St. James Hotel, San Diego' March 2d and 3d. 1890. ja2s d-eod-w lm J. C. CUiNilMi Manufacturer of and Dealer in Traofeani Travefii Bags. 132 S. MAIN ST., Opp. Mott Market. Ropairiug promptly attended to. Old trunks token in exchange Orders called for and delivered to all parts of the city. fl lm CATARRH, THROAT DISEASE, BRONCHITIS, Asthiiu aod taction! Successf clly treated 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 Physici ins and Surgeons of Ontario, Canada, siuce 1882.) BY HIS MEDICATED INHALATIONS AMD COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT. It is now conceded by all scientific investiga tors, both of this country aud Europe, that diseases of the respiratory orgaus are germ diseases; that thoy originate from living germs or parasites, which live and feed upon diseased tissue, millions of which am found to exist ln 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 aud destroy these germs than our oompound oxygen aud other medicated inhalations ? These rederaies 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. In all cases of Catarrh and other diseases of the Respiratory Organs, where tho system Buf fers from the deleterious effects of scrofula or other vitiated condition ot 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 wrU as at our office, and which Will cause no incon venience or hindrance to business whatever. The very host of referenoes from those al ready cured. Those who desire to consult me in regard to their oases had better oall at the office for an examination, but if impossible to visit the office personally can write for list of questions and circular, both of which will be sent free of charge. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D, 3T Souili Fort St., Los Augeles, Oal; Offloe hours—From 9A. at. to 4 r. at. Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. v. Residence—lS South Grand Avenue MRS. DR. WELLS, T7IIRBT LADY LICENTIATE OF KENTUCKY, r Educated abroad. Thirty years in, and oit izen of the United States. Many years of successful praotice ln this city. Uter ine and Reotal Diseases treated with skill by new methods without kulfe or caustic. Prompt relief in suppressed or paiu fnl menstru ation. In Prolapsus, Ulceration, Congestion, one trial will convince. Sperial treatment for dis aseß luoldent upon the climacteric period Many are driven insane from reflex, nervous bralu troubles; others burdened with Tumors nance-, V*rtoose Ulcers. City referents Con sultation free. 502 SOUTH FORT STREET. F. HANIMAN. Telephone 189. P> 0> Box 537 LOS ANGELES FISHING CO. Whslesale and Retail Dealers ln FISH, UAItIE AND POULTRY All kinds cf OYSTERS always on hand.