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IDLE WORKINGMEN.
A draye State of Affairs at
San Francisco.
THOUSANDS OF UNEMPLOYED.
Steps Taken to Believe the Wants of
the Needy by Creating-
Employment.
Associated Press Dlspatohes to the Herald
San Francisco, February 24.—This
afternoon a joint meeting of the Cham
ber of Commerce, Board of Trade and
Produce Exchange was held in the
Chamber of Commerce rooms, the ob
ject being to devise means to relieve the
wants of the idle workingmen in this
city. Ex-Governor Perkins called the
meeting to order. D. B. Jackson intro
duced resolutions calling on the Beard of
Supervisors to Bet aside $10,000 from the
emergency fund and hand it over to the
Park Commissioners. A subscription oi
$10,000 was promised from citizens,mak
ing $20,000 to be immediately ex
pended on park improvements. This was
amended by requesting the Johnstown
relief committee to turn over 75 per cent,
of its remaining funds for like purposes,
and the balance to the associated chari
ties. Both the resolutions and the
amendment were adopted. A committee
of fifty citizens was appointed to meet
tomorrow, when an executive committee
of twelve will be chosen to make proper
representations to the Board of Super
visors.
a cti.Aiim.
Hardships Resulting From the
Closing- of a Refinery.
San Francisco, February 24.—Through
the appointment of a receiver for the
American sugar refinery of the M^ dgr g,
Havemever & Elder, by Judge Wallace
the employees of said reP; rtßr « BmoU nti
ing to nearly 500, thl . own out o{
employment. Tor^ y lllßy he id a meet
ing and aclopiea resolutions declaring the
act of closing the factory the cause of a
great calamity among them, and an out
rage on the welfare of the working class
who are thereby deprived of the means
of supporting their families.
SUGAR GOING UP.
A sharp advance in prices in many
grades of sugar was recorded in the mar
ket today, the advance ranging from an
eighth of a cent on dry granulated to a
cent and a quarter on cube sugar.
storm inn Again ou the Sierras.
Tbuckee, Cal., February 24.—1t is
blowing and drifting badly, and snowing
slightly. Assistant Trainmaster Mativia
is running the push plows all night be
tween here and Tunnel 13. At Cold
Stream Bend the snowjdrifted in the cuts
five feet deep in two hours. The Union
Pacific rotary arrived yesterday and did
fine work clearing out the side tracks un
til it broke out four blades and eight
belts. The rotary will be tested tomor
row with six blades in the fan head.
Trains are on time.
Portland's Fire Department.
Portland, Ore., February 24. —The
Fire Commissioners of this city have
suDmitied their report for the year end
ing December 31, 18S!>. The expense of
the department amounts to $86,000.
The estimates for 1890 are placed at
$113,000. The actual losses by fire dur
ing 1889 amounted to $37,730, less than
any year since the establishment of a
paid fire department.
ttottschalK Landed In Jail.
San Francisco, February 24 —H.
Gottschalk, the New York drummer who
defrauded M. Weinberg out of several
hundred dollars, and who left the city
under an assumed name and was ar
rested at Los Angeles, Friday, reached
San Francisco today under the escort of
a detective. He was consigned to a cell
in the city prison.
Pratt's Ball Heauced.
San Francisco, February 24.—George
C. Pratt, who shot and dangerously
wounded L. L. Bromwell, president of
the California Insurance Company, Jan
uary 24th, had his preliminary examina
tion today. The prosecution admitted
that Bromwell was out of danger, and
Pratt's bail was reduced to $5,000.
All on Account of Jealousy.
San Francisco, February 24.—Joaiah
M. Wilson, a oable oar conductor, was to
day held to answer before the Superior
Court in $3,000 bonds on the charge of
assault with intent to kill It. E. Geering,
another conductor, January 25th. Jeal
ousy of each other's attentions to their
landlady led to the shooting.
Tramps Attempt Kobbery.
Biggs, Cal., February 24. —About 7
o'clock this eveuing three tramps at
tempted to rob five white men and one
Chinaman on the street here. The citi
zens turned out and arrested two, one
escaping. It is said they broke out of
the Oroville jail yesterday. They will
probably be sent back there.
Again Knowing.
NeVADA,CaI., February 24.— There was
delightful weather yesterday, but threat
ening and a little snow this morning. The
thermometer is 38, and the wind in the
storming quarter. No mail has been
received since Tuesday.
Guilty of Mantlanghter.
Fresno, February 24.—1n the Carrick
case, after deliberating an hour and a
half, the jury returned a verdict finding
the defendant guilty of manslaughter,
recommending him to the mercy of the
court.
Burned to Deatb.
Salina, Kan., February 24. —Mrs.
Baker and her eight-year-old son went to
the mable with a lantern last night, acci
dentally set fire to the hay, and both
were burned to death.
A. nnd P. Business Besumed.
Needles, Cal., February 24 —Busi-
ness on the Atlantic and Pacific, which
had been temporarily suspended on ac
count of washouts, was resumed tonight.
storm at Stockton.
Stockton, February 24—After a strong
wind from the south, an indication of a
heavy storm, rain- commenced falling at
6 o'clock and continued late tonight.
Undelivered Telegrams.
At the Western Union Telegraph office,
corner Court and Main streets, February
24,1890: Wm. Sexton, F. P. Barnes, J.
G. Rhodes.
Dyspepsia. Indigestion, sick headachei and
that tired feeling are cured by Hood's Sarsa-
Sarilla, which tones the stomach, promotes
eslthy digestion, creates an appetite, cures,
sick headache and builds up the whole; system
Sold by all druggists. 100 i oses One Dollar.
Borne made Buckwheat Cakes
And mince pics at the Hollenbec* hotel cafe.
Use "Herman Family" aoap.
I'HH LOS AINttELES DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY MORfflflG. FEBRUARY 25, 1890.
Heaty'e Body Found.
Colusa, February 24—The body of
John Uealy, the West Butte rancher,
who was drowned while returning home
front Colusa, three weeks ago, was found
in Butte slough yesterday, within twenty
feet of his boat, which was tied up.
Fell From the Bridge.
The Needles, Cal., February 24 —A
workman named Philip Byan fell from
the great cantilever bridge this afternoon
and was instantly killed.
The Temperate Republicans.
Editors Herald—The Times stated on
Sunday morning that the Republican
party was the temperancs party of the
United States.
The following figures are quoted from
the census of .1880:
Capital invested in the manufacture of
spirituous liquors, as follows, viz.,
Republican States $61,399 077
Democratic States 52,696i364
Difference $ 8,703,313
The census of 1890 will doubtless change
the above, but it is safe to predict that
the difference will be very much greater
in favor of the Democratic States.
X° u rs, Democrat.
He is Kicking.
Editors Herald—The first morning
train from Santa Ana to Los Angeles is
hereafter to arrive in Los Angeles at
10:10 a. in., instead of 8 a. m., as
formerly. This new arrangement stops
all men and children who formerly were
wont to go to Los Angeles daily to busi
ness and school, and consequently is
causing intense dissatisfaction to the
patrons of the road. Last night on the
afternoon traiD a petition to restore the
old schedule received the signature of
every man on the train, and many were
the compliments bestowed on the Santa
Fe for the sagacity displayed in making
such an inconvenient change..
Faithfully, c. WiLshire.
Fullerton, February 23, 1889.
Our Motto
"A dollar's worth for a dollar" is the motto of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, This medicine ia a highly
concentrated extract of Sarsaparllla and other
well-known vegetable [remedies, and is pro
nounced by experts tho strongest and best prep
aration of the kind yet produced. It owes its
peculiar strength and medicinal merit to tho
fact that It is prepared by a Combination, Pro
portion, and Process
Peculiar to Itself,
discovered by the proprietors of Hood's Sarssv
parilla, and known to no other medicine. Its
prompt action on the blood removes all impuri
ties, and cures scrofula, salt rheum, sores, boils,
pimples, all humors, aud all diseases or affec
tions arising from impure blood or low state of
the system.
"I have taken Hood's Sarsaparllla and find It
to bo tho best blood purifier I have over used."
MBS. H. Field, Auburn, Cal.
The Best Medicine.
"I have used six bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla
for indigestion. It has helped me a great deal.
I think it is the best medicine for indigestion and
dyspepsia." Mbs. N. A. Lauderdale, 133 North
Fifth Street, San Jose, Cat
H. B. Be sure to get only
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Bold by druggists, fl; six for |5. Prepared onlj
by C. t HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
oosm-v-sa
IF >'OTJ "WANT
Homoeopathic Specifics
And all other pure Hinuropatbie Medicines co
to NO. 505 SOUTH SPRING STREET, the cele- I
hated and only Homieripathic Pharmacy of
Los Angeles, and get the lresh and GENUINE
article. fe9 cod
SOCIETYJTfEETINOS.
Til AST LOB ANGELES LODGE. NO. 230, A. 0
J_ U. W.—Meets every Wednesday evening in
Campbell's Hall, Truman st. and Downey aye.
East. Los Angeles.
SIGNET CHAPTER, NO. 57, R. A. M.—MEETS
statedly on the first Tuesday of each month,
at 7:15 p. h., at Masonic Hall, cor. of Spring
and First sts.
SAMPSON LODGE, NO. 148, K. OF P.-
Meets every Monday night at Castle Hall,
No. 510 Downey aye., Esßt Los Angeles. Hall
over East Side Bans:.
ORRIS~VINEYARD LODGE, I. O. G.T..NO.
126—Meets every Monday night. Hall,
cor. Laurel and Main sts.
ERrTIT LODGE, NO. 299, I. O. G. T..
Meets every Monday evening »t Merrill
Lodge Hall, cor. Fort and Temple.
I a AST SIDE" LODGE, NO. 325, I. O. O. F. —
_ Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fel
lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downey aye.,
Hast Loi Angeles.
TRI-COLOR - LODGE, NO. 96, K. OF P.-
Meets on Tuesday evenings in Pythian Caa
tie, 24 S. Sprint; st
OVAL ARCANUM — SOUTHERN CALjT
fornia Council, No 570. meets second and
fourth Tuesdays at Elks' Hall, 150 South Main
st. Visiting brothers welcome.
/IAUNTLET LODGE NO. 129, K. OF P
vT Meets on Monday evening, in Pythian Cas
tle No. 24 S. St.
LOS ANGELES LODGE, NO. 35, I. O. O. F.—
Regular meetings hold on Wednesday even
ing of each week at I. O. O. F. Hall, Spring St.,
near First.
OHN A. LOGAN POST, G. A. R.—MEETS
first and third Saturday oveuings, in K. of
P. hall, 24 S Spring st. fel4
OC. F., GUARDIAN COUNCIL, -NO. 90
. Regular meeting first and third at Fridays
Pythian Castle. 24 8. Spring St.
OS ANGELES TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION
No. 174—Meets the first Sunday in each
month at the ft. A. R. Hall, Main st.
> OOD WILL COUNCIL NO. 629, AMERICAN
* L»gion of Honor, meets on second and
fourth Wednesday of each month at tho Y.M.I.
Hall, 17 North Mainist.
61F ANGELES LEGION, NO. 6, SELECT
Knights. A. O. U. W.—Meets every Monday
evening In Campbell's Hall, cor. Downey aye.
and Truman St., Eaßt Los Angeles.
OLIVE LODGE, NO. 26, K. OF P.—MEETS
every Thursday evening in Pythian Castle,
24 8. Sprint, inst below First st.
GELCICH POST, NO. 106, G. A. R.—MEETS
first and Third Fridays of each month In
Campbell's Hall. East Los Angeles.
ORANGE BRANCH COMMANDERY; NO
306, U. O. G. C —Meets every Friday even
ing in New Odd Fellows' Hall, Hayden block.
East Los Angeles.
TOHN-B. FINCH LODGE, I. O. G. T -MEETS
»J Tuesday evenings in Campbell's Hall, East
Los Angeles.
AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR, SAFETY
Council, No. 664—Meets second and fourth
Thursday evenlDgs of each month at their Hall,
17 W 'first St.. bet Main and Spring.
FRATERNITY LODGE, NO. 79, K. OF P.—
Meets on second and fourth Wednesday
evenings in each month at Pythian Castle, 24
8. Spring st
GIELCICH WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS, NO.
IT 22—Meets first and third Friday of each
month, at 2 p. m.. in Campbell's Hall, East Los
Anuelpg,
NOTIUE _0 CREDITORS.
E 8 TATE OF JAMES BTAPLETON, DE
ceased.
Notice is hereby given by 'he undersigned,
administratrix of the estate of James htapleton,
deceased, to tue creditors of and all persons
having claims agalnßt the said to ex
hibit them with the neoessary vouchers
within four months after the first publication
of this notice to tbe said administratrix, st trie
office of Barclay, Wilson & Carpenter,
North Spring street, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business of said
estate, in said County of Los Angeles.
GEKTRUDE J. BTAPLETON.
Administratrix of the estate of James Btapleton,
deceased.
Dated Los Angeles, Cal., this 20 day of Febru
ary, 1890. fo2l-M-4w
ITII HV K1 ■AX EO | h
flflP Figured China flf|ft
■iHu Biiks 16 i,ie( s .mil
I|J worth 50 cents. 11|
. :
Gents' Colored w A
LI IP Dres3 Mlirts ' two L 11A
Til Collars and one Till
{111 Pair Cnff«; worth 11 |
W W $1.00 each. *PW
7j 900 yards Extra HI
Heavy Cretonne; Ikfl
CiV worth 12§ cents. I fiU
1
7„ Extra Heavy Prints, I #
j* 38 inches wide, only Ml
yj 950 yards; Come Early, j M \j
"The Early Bird Will A
iv , n«i . Catch the Worm." j _ ; 4 ' _ „
Worth 10 Cents ] Worth 10 Cents
1
WATCH FRONT WINDOWS
Just Received Our New
LT" \A / Challies, Sateens, Outiog
i-V V V Cloths and Ginghams,
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201, 203 205 South Sprifig St., Corner Second.
4 SAM N. OSBORNE,
AtlaEtic Steamship, Insurance
AND RKAL ESTATE AGENCY.
SOtITHEUN 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
215 WEST FIRST STREET,
Telephone No. IS. fpl-3m Los Ancreies, Cal
JOE BAYER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINE and LIQUOR
MEECHANTS,
29 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 38.
fpSlra
GRAND OPENING
JOE POHKIM, The Tailor.
Of an immense stock of fine Spring and Sum- ■
mer Goods, such as have uever been exhibited t
on this Coast. Vine tailoring at moderate prices. .
Elegant Business Suits made to order I
irom $25 00
Stylish Pants made to order from . G OO
Fine Silk-lined Overcoats made to
order from 25.00
Stylish Eng ish Walking Suits mode I
to order from 30.00
Fine French Pique and Beaver Suits
made to order from 40.00
And all other garmen's in like proportion i
Theße are prices never ofl>red before. All
garments made by first-class mechanics.
Perfect fit, hestof trimmings and workmanship
guaranteed or no title.
JOE POHE«M,7he Tailor,
141 and 143 South spring Street,
Bryson-Bonebrake block, Los Angeles.
203 Montgomery St., 724 Market it., 1 110
and 1,112 Market st., San Francisco GOO J rt.,
cor. Sixth, Sacramento, Cal. 105, 107 mid
109 Santa Clara st., San Jose, Cal 1.888
Mariposa st .under G'and Central hotel. Fresuo,
Cal. 1.021 and 1,023 Fourth St., Sau Diego,
Cai. 73 Morrison st.. Portland, Or. I'2o
EPPS'S COCOi
BREAKFABT.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition, and by a careful application of
the fine properties of well selected' Cocoa, Mr
Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a
delicately flavored beverage which may tave
us many heavy doctors' bills It is by the
judicious use ot such articles of diet that a con
stitution may be gradually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease.
Hundreds of Bubtile maladies are fl<iitins
around us ready to attack wherever there is "
weak point. We may escape many a fatal
shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with
pure blood and a properly nourished frame."
—Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boil
ing water or milk. Sold only In half pound
tlnfjby Grocers, labeled thns:
J \Mi:* EPPS & CO., HomoeopathicChem
ista. London, England.
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Tl falTTl fl ( IS«»ED BY STATES,
U in II V J « oijivi ins. «;iTi*»,
nil 111 II \ 1 Waterworks co'seic.
UUIIJJIJ ' BOUGHT AND »»I>l>.
Dealin«ovH Land Warrants and
Scrip. Receive Accounts and Extend all tne
Facilities of a General Banking Business.
Correspondence Solicited.
S. A. KKAN <£ CO., Bakers
100 Washington St.. Chicago • " I
1 ii Bro-taway New York. 1
]2 tu-thu-sat-39t
10 i P^^^J^Q
H I IROWN MlLfcO
I &j i I /extra family \ I
? 0 S X STOCKTON MILLING CO. .
•'' fV* I? | STOCKTON.CAUFORINA. 1
X m ■a I s -n Francisco Office, ||
—j | 319 California Street.
SS ii
Ib thorough in its work of cleansing the
system of all impurities in a very short
time, and is considered by those having
used it as a HFEGIFIC in
DYSPEPSIA,
Constipation, Loss o Appetite,
GENERAL NERVOUSNESS,
lilve It a Trial Sold Everywhere
fl-snx M. L. STARIN. Pbbbidknt.
I Lacey, Dixon $ Co.'s 9
1 Steam Carpet Cleaning ;
6 ft
g WORKS, |
_J 411 South Fort St., cor Fourth
Telephone 708. Los Angeles, Cal. g
w Canvas covers furnished for recep ; 5
5 tlons. 5
2 Carpets taken up, cleaned and re-laid g
p »me day 11 necessary. Bordering and g
»> re_Bttinf a specialty. •
Prices reasonable Satisfaction gusi
inteed. 1.12 1m
""a™! HAIjE * «o.
Hale & Co.
107 AND 109 NORTH SPRING ST.
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... A DAY IN, . . .
EMBROIDERIES
Matched sets are just the thing, from
three to six different lengths, edges
and insertings. We are showing 500
different designs in Embroideries, the
most pronounced being in the beautiful
Fayal work English eyelet designs and
in the old-fashioned Blind Patterns; this
latter style being closed work; the most
durable, however, is the Modopolarn
design on colored cambric as well as on
white material. Our line of Embroider
ies is now complete and on
Wednesday, Feb. 26tii
We repeat our Embroidery Bale of a year
ago. Everybody will remember it.
fr]tefay,lil6.
lc Embroideries.
500 yards Edges and Insertines, %
to \% inches wide, at 1 cents per yard ;
worth 5 and 7 cents.
Mnesilay, Feb. 26.
2c Fmbroideries.
500 yards Edges and Insertings, 2
inches wide, at 2 cents per yard; worth
up to 8 cents; 3 inches wide.
feflnesflay, Fell. I
3c Embroideries.
500 yards Edges and Inserting?, two
inches wide, at 3 cents per yard; worth
up to 10 cents.
Mnesilay, Fi 26.
4c Embroideries.
500 yards Edges at 4 cents per yard ;
excellent value at 10 cents; 3 inches
wide.
f eflnesday, Fell. 26.
5c Embroideries.
1000 yards at 5 cents per yard; the
price cut exactly in two; worth 10 cents.
fe¥esiay,llM
7c Embroideries.
1000 yards at 7 cents per yard ; cannot
be bought elsewhere under 12}$ cents;
3 inches wide.
felesuay, Fell. 26.
8c Embroideries.
500 yards at 8 cents per yard; regular
price 12>a and 15 cents; 4 inches wide.
feiesilay, Feb7l
Embroideries.
600 yards at 12% cents per yard; a
ti .lUtiful line which cannot be bought
under 25 and 30 cents elsewhere ; 6 to 8
inches wide.
feflnesflay, Feb. 26.
25c Embroideries.
500 yards Flouucings for children's
and infants' dresses, at 25 cents per yard ;
regular price 50 cents par yard ; 22 inches
wide.
Mnesilay, Feb. 26.
35c Embroideries
500 yards 22 and 27 inches wide
Flouncings at less than one-half price;
our price 35 cents per yard; worth 75
cents and $1.
Mnesilay, Feb. 26.
50c Fmbroideries.
500 yards Flouucings, 40 inches wide,
at 50 cents per yard; regular price 85
cents.
BErjsTayJeOr].
75c Embroideries.
200 yards 40 inches wide Flonncings,
at 75 cents per yard; cannot be dupli
cated under (1.50
, *. _
Displayed ia Show Window!
5
... A DAY IN . . .
TICHIMES!
Real Goods, Smyrna, Medici, Hand'
Made Lacea. Nothing more suitable for
Trimming White Goode, Aprons, Bairts
Fine Underwear, etc. We propose to
give you an opportunity to buy Laces at
a minimum figure. As cheap as Em
broidery, and almost everybody will
recognize the fact that J. M. Hale & Co.
has the finest line of Hamburg, Swiss
Nainsook, Cambric and Jaconet Em
broideries in Los Angeles, and at won
derful low prices. Our Special Em
broidery Sale of a year ago will be re
peated next
Wednesflay,Fel).26th
Torchon Laces 3c
One lot hand-made Torchon Laces, 1
to 1% inches wide, at 3 cents per yard;
regular price 6 cents; fully 1000 yards.
Wednesday, Fell. 26.
Torchon laces 4c
One lot 1200 yards hand-made Torchon
Laces, at 4 cents per yard; regular prices
8 and 10 cents.
Weflnesflay, Fell. 26.
Torchon Laces 5c
One lot 2000 yards hand-made Torchon
Laces, at 5 cents per yard; regular price
10 and 12H cents.
f eflnesday, Fell. 26.
Torchon Laces 7Xc
One lot 2000 yards hand-made Torchon
Laces, at 7>o cents per yard; regular
price 15 cents.
Feflne^yJrM
Torchon Laces 10c
One lot 2500 yards hand-made Torchon
Laces, at 10 cents per yard; regular
price 20 cents.
Wednesday, Feb. 26.
Torchon Laces 12>£c
5000 yards hand-made Torchon Laces,
at 12}£ centß per yard; cannot be bought
elsewhere under 25 cents.
Displaed in Show Window i
EMMIiK
AND
TORCHON
LACES
AT
J. M.
HALE k CO.,
107 and 109
NORTH SPRING ST.
Wednesday, Feb. 26.

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