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DAILY HERALD. Untied States Signal Service. Keport of observations taken at Los Angeles, February 20 1890: 5:07 A. H. 5r07 r. M. 84 I 01 Max. tem.. 58: mlu. tero ■ 30. Indications. Bab Fbancisco, February 20 —Forecast till 8 p. m. Friday . For Californis, rains; southerly winds. Temperature East. Chicago, February 20.— Noon — Tempera tare: New York, 38: New Orleans, 60: Bt. Louis, 34; Cincinnati. 34; Chicago, 18; Win nlpeg 32 below. PERSONAL. Mrs. E. Wild has departed for Boston. G. W. Durbrow, of Salton, is in the city. C. A. Benedict left yesterday for St. Lonia. 0. A. Carpenter, of the Chino ranch, was in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Strong, of Chicago, are visitors to the city. C. T. Hopkins left for the north yes terday on the afternoon train. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bates were down from San Bernardino yesterday. Mrs. J. 8. Drake and Mrs. W. F. Hardy will return from San Duko today. Dr. and Mrs. Ayer and Miss Ayer, of Washington, are in the city for a few days. Mrs. J. P. Meehan, who has been vis iting here, went north yesterday after noon. Mrs. Peterson left yesterday for Dcs Moines, lowa, where she will remain some time. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hay, of Minneapolis, are spending the winter in Southern California. Mr. and Mrs. L. Pratt and Miss Bessie Pratt, of Chicago, are spending a few weeks in the city. O. M. Bryan, of Syracuse, 111., is stop ping at tho Nadeau. He is an old-time friend of Dr. J. H. Martin, of Clear water. J. S. Drake will return tomorrow from a business trip to Kansas City, Chicago, Hutchinson, Abilene and other Kane;.? points. Dr. Walter Lindley was in from Whit tier yesterday. He reports that work is being pushed ahead rapidly on the re form school. A party, consisting of R. Williams and daughter, O. B. Stubbs, James Holladay and George W. Weidler, of Portland, Ore., is visiting Los Angeles. H. Knanth, New York; W. J. Ed wards, Denver; L. B. Van Brunt, San Francisco; M. McDermott, Stockton; J. D. Spiiz and M. Augustine, San Fran cisco; R. S. Staples, Pennsylvania; B. W. Noyes, Massachusetts; J. M. Fill' more, San Luis Obiepo; Walter Lindley, Whittier; L. M. Garfield, Ohio; H. L. Drew, San Bernardino; C. H. Dickey, Ohio; J. W. Orndoff and wife, Perm- Wf mia; Mrs. John Zehrung. F. C. Z) rung, Nebraska ; B. Rich and sister, San Francisco; P. Walsh, Topeka; E. L. Watkine, San Gabriel; Murray Scbeuck, Robert N. Schenck, Ohio; LV G. Strong and wife, L. Pratt and wife. Miss Bessie Pratt, Chicago; H. Tal landier, Paris; Dr. Brettauer, Vienna; Wm. E. Foy, New York; H. H. Culver, Jr., St. Louie; Dr. Ayer, wife and daughter, Washington; Morgan H. Williams and wife, Leadville; are at the Nadeau. R. Williams and daughter, O. B. Btubbs, Jas. Holliday, George W. Weid ler, Portland, Or. j W. E. Btangleton. Chicago; Vinton L. Mitchell, Redlands; J. W. Estes, St. Louis, Mo.; V. A Geroe, Toledo, Ohio; A. E. Nichols, San Diego; D. O. Strong and wife, L Pratt, wife and Miss Besfrie Pratt, Chi cago ; Ira Barrows, John C. King, Brooklyn, N. V.; E. B. Pierce, Lowell, Mass.; V. Adelsdorler, 8. N. Feldheimer, C. N. Schwab, E. P. Ackerman, San Francisco; C. A. Carpenter, Chino Ranch; C. B. Bates and wife, San Ber nardino ; William T. Eaeton and wife, Pittsburgh, Pa.; George E. Hay and wife, Minneapolis, Minn.; Frank I. Blodgett and wife, Olympia, Wash.; Robert Black, Sierra Madre; J. R. Henna, Banning; W. H. Wood, Sacra mento; A. D. McDowell, San Bernar dino; Dr. D. W. Browne, Portland, Or.; T. M. Bawyp.r and wife, St. Paul, Minn., are at the Hollenbeck. R. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care fully drawn. Removed to 123 W. Second st, Burdick blcck. Telephone 595. NEWS NOTES. The finance committee of the Council will meet this morning at 10 o'clock. Services will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the synagogue, and at 10 o'clock tomorrow. A social ball will be given by the Frank Birtlett G. A. R. and W. R. C. Posts at G. A. R. hall on next Tuesday evening. Baturday, February 22d, being a legal holiday, the postoffice will be open nntil 12 o'clock noon only. The carriers will make their usual forenoon deliveries. Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $29,932, and were 29 in number. Of these 7 were for more than $1,000 each, and 5 were for nominal considerations. Mr. H. L. Slayton, manager of the Levy Concert Company, has been stop ping at the Nadeau. He has booked the Levy company at the Pavilion, March sth and 6th, for two concerts. The opening meeting of the UDion Holiness convention will be held in the Fort-etreet M. E. church thia morning at 9 o'clock. Testimony meeting at 2 p m. Preaching at 10:30 a. m., 3 and 7:30 p. m. There will be a great game of basebal! this afternoon, at the park on First street, between the Cleveland Minstrels' nine and the Grand opera house team. Crptain Moody and Billy Bice will short stop for their respective nines. No ad mission will be charged. "Evolution, What, Whence, Whither," will be the subject of Professor Dickin son's last lecture at Unity church, thia evening. This lecture ia given under the auspices of the Charming Club, and the popularity of the subject, with Professor Dickinson's recognized ability to handle it, bespeaks a large audience. Tbe annual social of the Christian En deavor Union, of this city, will be held THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HBKALi): FRIDAY MuKNING, FEBRUARY 21. LB9O. at the First Congregational chnrch, cor ner of Sixth and Hill streets, Friday evening, February 21st. There will be music by an orchestra, and special ar rangements have been made to insure a pleasant evening. A Street Quarrel. Bill Stormer, an ex-engineer of tbe fire department, was arrested by Chief of Police Glass and Detective Bosqui, on the corner of Second street and Broad way, at 5:50 o'clock yesterday afternoon, for disturbing the peace. Stormer wbb considerably elated at the time, and took offenße at something which was said to him by Charlie Dyer, of Engine Co. No. 2, with whom be was talking at the time, and struck him just as the officials came up. He was locked up without bail, and will be taken before City Justice Austin this afternoon. An Elevator Fire. At fire minutes after 3 o'clock yester day afternoon the elevator in the Bryson- Bonebrake building caught fire through the breaking of a coal oil lamp, caused by the concussion of tbe elevator on reaching the basement. A telephone alarm was rung in, and the department responded with promptitude, but in the meantime tbe flames were extinguisher, by J. F. Hendereon, the manager of Poheim's store next door, who was rid ing on tbe elevator at the time. His right wrist waß severely burned. Sixty Days' Rest. City Justice Lockwood yesterday com mitted Mike Ryan to the county jail for sixty days, on hia conviction for peti larceny. Ryan is one of the two tramps who gave Mrs. T. E. Rowan a surprise party, by inviting themselves to break fast after the departure of the male mem hers of the family. Ryan carried off a silver napkin ring in the hurry of his de partnre. was captured by Dave Waldron and jailed. Funds Subscribed. The report of the building committee of the Young Men's Christian Associa tion yesterday is as follows: Names added to the list are A. X Clark, Craw ford & McCreery. J. P. May, H. S. Pratt S. S. Salisbury, Frederick Smith, C. E Smith, Julian Troconiz and two friends Tbe account now stands: Amoun added tc 6 p. m. February 20th, $320 50 Balance to be raised, $42,989.05. t ndellvcrea Telesrrains. At the Western Union Telegraph office, corner Court and Main streets, February 20th: Mrs. Richard H. Hall, Miss Marion Avery, T. R. Robinson, Frank M. Campbell, F. A. Garmet, F. H. Woodwcrth, J. G. Rhodes. Pullman Passengers. The following passengers departed for the north yeeterday: Bishop Morris, C. T, Hopkins, Mrs. F. Barnard, Mrs. S. P. Meehan, Mrs. L. A. Bowles, M. Liepman, Dr. Balbache, M. Withnell, C. J. Johnson, J. A. Dunn. GIBSON & TYLER. Lite Boots and Shoes at a Ureal Keducilou. If you have not bought ycur shoes yet tcp into the store of Gibeon & Tyler, 50 North Spring street, and lookovtr heir elegant stock. The firm came to he conclusion some time ago, to put lown their goods to bedrock prices and he result has been very satisfactory, fou can fire buy hand-sewed shoes.of the ohnston & Murphy's make, well known o be the best in the country, for $6 00. This is a lower price than these goods vere ever before Bold on the Coast, and 8 an opportunity which should not be nissed. It matters not what yon want v the line of boote, shoes, slippers, ■übbers, etc., you will find that you can lo as well at Gibson & Tyler's as at any 3lace in the city. When you purchase irotn them you can absolutely depend jn the goods. They will last longer, fit letter and give better satisfaction than anything you have Iried before. At Auction. Friday, February 21st, at 214 Wilming ton street, W. E. Beeson will sell as fine a lot of furniture as was ever offered in this city, consisting of parlor, bed-room, dining and kitchen furniture, as well aa much that is to be found in a well ap pointed family residence. Ben. O. Riioades, 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; i.ne half cash, balance on time. Try Turkish baths nnd have health. Try Turkish baths for cods. Try Turkish baths for rheumatism Try Turkish baths for liver and kidney. At the Hamman, 230 South Main street. Removal Notice. R. B. Young, architect, has removed from California Banlr burldinK to rooms 47, 48 and 49, new Wilson block, First and Spring streets. The Finest Turkish Baths On the Coast are at the Hammam, 124 South Main street. Stoves Sold on Installments, F. E. Brown s, No. 136 South Main street. Home Made Buckwheat Cakes Ana mince pies at the Hollenbeck hotel cafe im-m.i. \ NEOUB. V POWDER Absolutely Pure. The powder never vanes. A model of parity aud whoUomenijsa. More economical than the ordinary kinds, aud cannot be sold ln ooinpe ition with the multitude* of low test, c o.t weight, alum of phosphate powders. Sold or. lt IN CANS, ROYAL BaKINO POWDHB GO., 106 Wall St., N. Y. THI JOHNSON LOCK B KEBCAN TILE OO Ran Franolaoo. * rents. d4-4m NISBET'S Tonic Poultry Powder Is over twenty times ss strong as any of the bo called eeg foods offered for sale, and while they cob: 20 cts. to 50 cts. a week to feed a flock of 50 hens, this only costs from 7 cents to 10 cents a week for the same number, according to the sized package used Address all orders to CHAS. A GARDNER (formerly of Gardner & , Niibet), 24 West First St., room 10. fe2-lm ■ FINE VTf HAND-SEWED l SHOES THE: FINEST GOODS Johnston & Murphy's Makes BKDUCKD TO .. $6.00.. AT GIBSON & TYLER, (New No.) 150 NORTH SPRING STREET. 1a27 2m CAN YOU TELL A BARGAIN IF YOD SEE IT ? NOW THEN CALL, AT UNDER THE NADEAU HOUSE, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. CLOTHING Our $10.00 Suits are still selling for $4 90 Our $12.50 81'k Mixed Suits must be closed for $6.25 Our $15.00 Dre's Suits are reduced to $7.50 Our $20.00 Prince Albert Suit* are reduced to. $12 50 HATS! HATS! 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 SPECIAL-250 dczen White Uulaundered Dress Shirts, worth 75 cents, reduced to 35 cents. gXtf—lie oa baud early before the bargains are all sold. EA T~\ A ~\/[ UNDER NADEAU HOUSE . Kew So. 113 South Spring St. fer-3m KEMMffIHBHJi^H d SAM N. OSBORNE, antic Steamship, Insurance 7 AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY. SOCTHEKN PACIFIC TBANBFJ.FS TRUCK COMPANY. Tickets Bold to and from Great Britain and Europe by ail first-class lines at lowest rates. Btateroems secured. Call and get information. Houses to rent. Money to loan. Collections made. 213 WEST FIRST STREET, Telephone No. 15. fel-3m Los Angeles, Cal. JOE BAYER & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE and LIQUOR MERCHANTS, 29 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 38. fe6im BJbiJ&WIISa CO., Formerly Ph. Best Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This Beer is sold by the keg or ln bottle.;. Family trade solicited. Orders delivered to puts of the city. — THE BKBT TOlSriO!^=— A Concentrated Liquid Extract of HIAI.T AND HOPS, free from alcohol. Invigoratins and nutritious. Insures a he-.lthy sp-etlte. Aids digestion, strengthens the system Manufactured by the PABST BBEWINU CO. of Milwaukee, Wis. ifor sale by all Druggists. _ .<■*.f • yTABJI, Sole Agent for Southern California. No. 25 Elmira street, Los Angelei Cal. Telephone No. 224. 117 8m Buy your Hardware, Tinware, Cook, Oil, Ga* and Gasoline .Stoves, and get your rlumblufl and Gatfltting done by CHAPMAN & PAUL, Nos. 12 and 14 Commercial St., and 314 South j.pring St. Telephone No. 422. Branch 418. fe9 eod-3m ORANGE BRANCH COMMANDEEtY NO 306,0. 0. G. C -Meets every Friday'even ing in New Odd Fellows' Hall, Hayden block Bast Los Angeles. ™' WBLCOMK LODGE, X 0T1F.7n0733421 Meets Tuesday evenings at room 45, Call lornla Bank Building. v '" v J. C. CUNNINGHAM, Manufacturer of and Dealer lv Triks and feyefiM Bags, 132 8. MAIN ST., Opp. Mott Market. Repairing promptly attended to. Old trunkß taken ln exchange. Orders called for and delivered to all part* of the city. fl lm BAKER IRON WORKS. 542-64= Buena Vista St. Loa Angeles. &djo!ninß Southern Paclflo (hronnde. Telephone 124. d 22 HOME MANUFACTURES. A Column Everyone Should Read. HOW MONEY MAY BE SAVED. Local Manufacturing Enterprises— Patronize Them and Keep Your Money at Home. In this oolnmn will ho found notices of a number of manufacturing establishments of Los Angeles. All who are interested lv the prosperity of this olty will admit the necessity of building up our manufacturing Industries, This can best be dcae by liberally patronising those we now have. A careful reading of this department will pay everyone. gANITARY PLUMBING. FRANK A. WEIN3HANK, l»M ttßElt, OAS ANi> STEAM FITTER, 128 E. Second Street. Telephone 136. Machinery of all kinds repaired. General Jobbing promptly attended to. jaB 3m T OS ANGELES TOOL WORKS, F. T. BINGHAM, FrcprJotor. itlanufacturer of Engines aud Ma chinery of all Kinds. Having enlarged tho Brass Foundry, rpecial attention given to large or small Brass, Br nze, German Silver and Zinc Castings, Hold, Silver and Nickel Plating. Pattern and Model Mik ing a specialty. THIRD STREET. BET FORT AND HILL. fl2-lm Telephone 318. AUCTION SaI.ER. W. E. BEESON'S -GENERAL— Auction and Cemmissioi. te, NOP. 119 AND 121 W. SECOND Si j'eromptorv dales ol Mew and Second-Man : Furniture TUESDAY, FEB. 18, THURSDAY, FEB. 20, BATDRDAY, FEB. 22, At 10 a. m. and 3 r. St. AMOTION BALE OF HORSES AND OAR RIAGEB ON SATURDAYS. BEIt O. HHOADES. Auctioneer. oS-tf _ At Auction I THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, February SOtli and 21st. pUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOAKS AND SUITS, Comprising over $50,000 worth of the Choicest Garments ever offered for sile by auy firm in this city. SULLIVAN'S 813 South Spring Street, felG-tit THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer. THRESHING OUTFIT For Sale at a Ureat liargaln, BRUN3ON-PITTS' SKPARATOR, AMES' EN GINE, JACKSON'S DERRICK AND FEEDER. A Complete Threshing- Outfit. Apply at RANCH HOUSE on Laguna Ranch. fe!4 tf The Jteifttead Hot Springs Finest Mountain Hotel and Health Resort ln Southern California. Two Thousand S'eet Above the Sea. A complete change ol climate from that of Los Angeles, Free from Frost, Fog, Dust, Mud, Malaria, Fleas and Mosquitoes. Wonderful Hot Mineral Waters The Arrowhead Hotel and Hot Sprlngß have a rare combination of advantages as a winter resort. In respect to location, BCtnery and climate they are unsurpassed. The mineral waters are as good as any ln the world. The hotel accommodates 150 guests, and is first class in every respect. No pains are spared to make It home-like, restful and attractive. For full pirticu lars and descriptive circulars, write to the manager. Address, Wm M. TIBDALE Arrowhead Spring's, ja24-3m San Bernardino Ccunty.Cai,. , Wagon Material, Hard Woof, s Iron, Steel, HORSESHOES and NAILS, Blacksmiths' Coal, Tools etc. JOHN WIGMORK, 117 and 119 South Los Antreimi St fltf ._ Tlie Racing- Stallion » STANDARD TROTTING BRED. rQ dashwoodi Will make the season of 1890 at Ela Hills Farm, corner si Downey avenue and Alta street. Hash wood by Legal Tender, sire of Red Ciond,2:lB, Rowd? 80y,2:13 and many others ln the n:3O list: dam by Volunteer (sire of St. Jullen, 2:11J4, and thirty others in the 2:30 list; by Rysdyk's Habletonlan. TERMS—SSO the season with return privilege, provided the horse Is still owned by me. Patronage $3.00 a month. All mares at owners' risk. GEO. HINDS, Owner. J. Romero, Manager. fel2-lm BARGrA-IXST Stock ranch of 5,000 acres, near Los Angeles, at $2.50 per acre. Farming and stock ranch (half farming land) of 2,660 acres, near Los Angeleß, 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, oL-ly $-1,000 A beautiful lot, 105x176, oi Washington street, very cheap. For further particulars inquire of owner, room 9, Bryson-Bonebrake block. fe7-lm T. W. T. RICHARDS. MS T0_53.50. Flneat Finished Cabinet Photo graphs. We guarantee them to be as flue as any made ln the city. Come early with the babies. N. B.—Parties holding contract tickets on other galleries will be aUowed $1.00 ior same ou their erder. WESNER, 127 West First street, bet. Main and Spring jiy-4m i mSOKLLANEefJB. catarrh; THROAT DIBEABE, BRONCHITIS, Asthma and ConsDmption! Successfully treated by M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D. M. C. P g. 0., c, d oTaM« BY HIS MEDICATED INHALATIONS AND COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT. tnll lB ho'Jh C £ no . e v d - ed by 811 scientific investiga. th .* o f>, tllU c ? untr y and Europe, that diseases of the respiratory oreans are sprm diseases that they glrS m. l?^lut£EH h '/YB »««> feed upon diseased tissue, millions of which are found to exlßt in a Bingle case, and yet so small as to be seen S5Ji iTthiah??.™ 0 " 1 . P° wer 'ul microscope Now, If this be true, what can more readily kill aud destroy these germs than our com pound oxygen aud other medicated inhalations' These redemies antagonize and completolv 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 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 cau use the remedies at home as well as at our office, and which will cause no incon venience or hindrance to business whatever The very b-ist of references from those al ready cured. Those who desire to coniult me ln regard to their cases had better call nt the offloe for an examination, but if imponsible to visit the office personally cau write for llEt of questions and circular, both of which will be sent free of charge. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D, 37 South Fort St., Los An tides, Cal. Office hours—From 9a. m. toi p. v. Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. v. Residence—ls South Grand Avenue fa MRS. DR. WELLsT" FIRST LADY LICENTIATE OF KENTUCKY, Educated abroad. Thirty years in and cit izen of mo United States. Many years of successful practice in this city. Uter ine and Rectal Diseases treated with skill by new methods without knife or caustic. Prompt rt/lief in suppressed or paiu ful menstru ation. In Prolapsus, Ulceration, Congestion, ono trial will couvincn. SpeMal treatment for dis ases incident upon the climacteric period. Many ere driven insai c from reflex, nervous brain trouble*; others burdened with Tumors, Cance-, V»ncose Ulfers. 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