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THIS WEEK! THIS WEEK!
We shall give our HAT DEPARTMENT particular attention, and show the most attractive line of Soft and Stiff Hats for $i.oo.
<1[ WATCH OUR SHOW WINDOWS |>>
We supplied and Surprised a good Many customers last week with our $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.50 and 15.00 suits and still have more left. Keep your eye on
our show windows and we will supply and surprise you with the
Best fate' Ever Offered in CLOTHING for Men, Boys and Children
REMEMBER THE -—
Chicago Clothjing; Company,
CORNER SPRING AND FRANKLIN STREETS, IS THE
home: of low prices and birthplace of great bargains
BEN. L. MORRIS, Manager.
United States Signal Service.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
May 31, 1890:
Max. tern., 68; in in. tern., 53.
San Fp.ancisco, May 31.—Forecast till 8 p.m.
Sunday, for California; Fair weather, preceded
by light rain in extreme northern portion.
Chicago, May 31.—New York, 62; New
Orleans, 76; St. Louis, 72; Cincinnati, 74; Chi
sago, 52: Winnipeg, 46.
J. H. Vance waa in from San Gabriel
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Peterson, of Ne
braska, are visiting the city.
Mrs. C. E. Barnard and Miss Edna
Lowell are up from San Diego on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Moullet, of Santa
Barbara, are visiting friends in the city.
Mrs. George H. Mattield and Miss
Matfield, of San Diego, are visiting the
Will Richardson, the genial deputy
county clerk of San Bernardino, was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Mellette have re
turned from their wedding trip, and
will spend the summer at Redondo.
Fred Harkness is the happy father of
nine children, the last addition being a
fine twelve-pound boy, who put iv all
appearance early Friday evening.
Frank Sabichi and J. W. "Wolfskill, of
this city, were on the train which
crashed through the drawbridge over j
Oakland creek day before yesterday.
William Cresswell Mushet, manager
of the Parry Implement Company, re
turned to San Bernardino yesterday,
after spending a few days in the metrop
olis of Southern California.
Mesdames B. F. Orr and W. H. Sutch,
accompanied by the Misses Virginia and
Elsa Orr, will leave for San Francisco to
day on the steamer Pomona, for a pleas
ure trip, which will necessitate their
absence for several weeks.
Rev. E. L. Conger, of Pasadena, will
occupy Dr. Fay's pulpit, Church of the
Uuity, this morning.
At 9 o'clock last night a gripman
named Burnham, in the employ of the
cable company, while coupling a dummy
and car together at the Downey-avenue
terminus, was crushed between the cars,
his collar bone being broken.
The Historical Society of Southern
California will hold its monthly meeting
in Judge Austin's court room, old city
hall, tomorrow evening. Several valu
able and interesting papers on local his
torical subjects will be read before the
Mr. Charles F. Brown, formerly of the
Gilsey house, New York City, is a guest
of the Nadeau. Mr. Brown has been
down in Mexico for the last eighteen
months at a mining camp, where he has
been trying out-door life for the recov
ery of his health, and is much improved.
The Show Window of B. F. Coulter's
A great many people on Decoration
day admired the arrangement of B. F.
Coulter's show windows on the corner
of Second and Spring streets, and in the
opinion of a large number it was one of
the best pieces of work of that kind that
has ever been done in the city.
The decoration was suitable
to the character of the day
and was artistic in design and pleasing
in effect. A large shield composed of
flags rested upon what appeared to be a
field of green. The flags were draped
with black, in memory of the honored
dead. Above upon black background
were the words "Rest in Peace" in
white letters of silk. In one corner pi
the huge window was a skeleton tent, in
the interior of which could be seen the
army blankets, and in other places of
the window were tastefully arranged a
number of accoutrements such as belong
to war scenes. The whole formed a
very pretty picture, of which Mr. Coul
ter may well feel proud.
The following telegrams remain un
called for at the Western Union telegraph
office, corner Court and Main streets,
T»HE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1890.
May 31, 1890: Mrs. J. M. Speck, Mrs.
F. E. Chase, Hiram Berrtz, Charles Bar
teaux, A. C. Schultz & Company.
Complaints Filed Yesterday With the
Among the papers filed with the
county clerk yesterday were the follow
ing new complaints:
Rhoda Ann Beall vs. Mrs. E. W. C.
Meacham et al., suit to foreclose a
mortgage on lot 27, block 0, City Center
tract, dated February 21, 1888, and
given as security on a promissory note
for $1,500, bearing interest at 13 per
cent per annum.
Charles Sheer vs. A. G. Hinckley et
al., suit to foreclose a mortgage on lot
10, block 8, AVest Rosas tract, dated
March 28, 1889, and given to secure a
promissory note for $4,500, bearing in
terest at 13 per cent per annum.
Andrew Glassell vs. Nicholas D. Cole
man et al., suit to obtain judgment for
$25,000, with interest thereon from Sep
tember 1, 1888, at ti per cent per annum,
alleged to be due by reason of the fail
ure of defendants to comply with the
stipulations of the contract for the pur
chase of the Boulevard tract in the
lancho San Rafael.
Southern Pacific Railroad Company
vs. M. L. Wicks, suit to obtain restitu
tion of all of fractional Sec. 31, T. 7 N.,
R. 12 W., S. B. M., containing (542.40
acres, which defendant contracted to
purchase for $1,000 on January 14, 1884,
but failed to comply with the stipula
tions of his contract; also for $5,001, tlie
alleged value of the rents and profits ac
crued upon said land since that time.
Southern Pacific Railroad Company
vs. M. L. Wicks et al., suit to obtain
restitution of 640 acres in Sec. 14, T. 7
N.. R. 13 W., S. B. M., by reason of the
defendants' failure to comply with the
terms of their contract to purchase the
same for $1,000, January 14, 1884, and
for $5,001, rents, etc.
Southern Pacific Railroad Company
vs. M. L. Wicks et al., suit to obtain
restitution of 317.80 acres in the frac
tional N. % of Sec. 5, T. 7 N., R. 13 W.,
S. B. M., by reason of the defendants'
failure to comply with the terms of
their contract to purchase said land for
(794.60, and for $5,001, rents, etc.
Rebecca W. Moore and P. R. Moore
vs. the Union Pacific Railroad Company ;
suit to obtain judgment for $25,000
damages, and costs. The plaintiff
claims that on October 6, 1889, she paid
$05 to the defendant and was received by
it as a passenger. While en route to
Ogden, on board a train operated by the
defendant company, and traveling
through the Weber canon, Utah, the
train collided with a freight train. The
plaintiff, Mrs. Moore, was hurled
violently against the iron framework of
a seat in the car, in which she was be
ing conveyed, and she then received the
permanent injuries for which she seeks
h M Crath, Carryen- ( has H Arthur, St Louis
viile, Pa <; A Peterson and wife,
| Q M Fennell, N York Nebraska
; w t Hoi com be. Needles \v it Bonthard, Roches
jOW Herr,Roeliester,NY ter, N V
X G Sprawl, San Fran J E Murrv, wf, Chicago
I E Marchand and wife, I. Engel.'San Fran
San Francisco J W Calkins, S Barbara
A L Lincoln, S Barbara T Chase, San Francisco
W A Robinson, S Fran B Lanini, Memphis
A Katy, St Louis E X Jeffrey. Glendora
W Stillman andfamilv, C F Fisher' San Fran
A F Williams, Chino J R Vaughan, Colton
Ed G Sprowl, S F R Edger, Azusa
i A J Shade, Ventura W H Meals, do
| G Longstreet.Escondido W 0 Lee, Detroit
D MacDougall, do M Pyle, Newhall
R S Lantemore, do I I) Diffenbaugh, 111
M Moullet&wf, Santa B J Bellord, Bermuda
J P Shager, L Beach J II Vance, San Gabriel
Emma Delora, Newhall
A L Corlett, city W ii Rilev, Ventura
J P McCarthy, S Fran C E Brand, S Fran
E F Smith, do G D Whitcomb, w & d,
Mrs 0 H Matfleld, S DgO Glendora
Miss Maud Matfleld, do Mrs E II Morse, S Bdno
Mrs 0 E Barnard, S Dgo Edna Lowell, S Diego
G H Starr. Boston L Engle, S Fran
0 E Cunningham, S F C E Pendell, city
1,000 Lady Solicitors Wanted.
Mrs. S. D. B. Schultz, traveling agent for the
Seliultz German Compound Company,of White
water, Wis., has returned to Los Angeles to
arrange for permanent work on the Pacific
coast, and has received and accepted the posi
tion of one of the United States itemizers for
the world's fair and is to visit as many promi
nent cities as possible to secure standard items:
names of influeiuial men and women, pleasing
anecdotes, or any matters of interest for the
future prosperity of the states
Citizens' Mass Meeting,
At pavilion, Sunday evening at 7:45
o'clock, in the interest of Sunday closing
of saloons. Prominent citizens will ad
dress the meeting. Music by the united
church choirs of the city, under the
direction of Chas. E. Day, and by the
Y. M. C. A. tmartette and orchestra.
Ministers of all denominations are re
quested to sit upon the platform.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria*
ON SPECIAL SALE.
Monday, June 2, to Begin the Week and
the Month With a Oood Trade, We
Will Offer Extraordinary Inducements.
Money is never so searee hut what you can
afford to take advantage of genuine bargains.
We are going to sell lots of goods on Monday,
and place on sale:
Yard-wide bleached muslin, a yard.
54 inches wide bleached table linen,pure linen,,
35c a yard.
40 inches wide pure flax butcher linen
for aprons and Spanish drawn work, 19c a yard.
18-lnch fine pure checked Glass cloth," 9c a
25 pieces silk plush, all new shades, 43c a
38-inch Shepherd plaid, blue, brown and
black dress goods, 39c a yard.
40-inch black French cashmere, all wool, 49c
38-inch black French serge, all wool, 43c a
38-inch all wool Jersey flannel for children's
cloaks. In pink, blue, tau and grey, 43c
53 dozen checked napkins, 21c a dozen.
3 pieces table linen, turkey red, full width,
21e a yard.
Small lot Saratoga suitings, heavy cotton, in
cheeks, blue and cream; rare bargains; must be
seen to be appreciated; wortli 20c, for 5c a
Navy bine bathing flannel, 24C a yard.
Twenty dozen $1.25 laundried shirts for 79c
Black satin, silk-hned carriage parasols,
double-jointed,79e each: wortli ?1,75.
Twentv-four-ineh black serge silk sun um
brellas, 99c; worth J1.50.
Lace-trimmed fancy sateen coaching parasols,
just the tiling for the beach, 99c each; worth
Ladies' fast-black hose, dye guaranteed, 15e
a pair: wortli 25c.
Five-button colored kid gloves, sizes ,>}i to 7,
49c a pair; worth 75c.
Ladies' jersey ribbed-shaped vests, long
sleeves, 33c each; worth 50c.
Children's corded ehambray shade-hats,
pink, cream and white, lace-trimmed, 59c
each; worth 90e.
Gents' fancy-stripe French I albriggan under
wear, 98c a suit; worth f1.50.
309-311 S. Spring street, near Third.
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Corner Second and Main. P. H. Mathews.
Tents and wagon umbrellas at Foy's saddlery
house, 315 N. Los Angeles street.
CAN BE CI'BED.
This is an acknowledged fact and it is being
demonstrated every week in tlie year by
M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.
M. C. P. 8. 0.,
137 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.,
Aerean System of practice, which consists of
Medicated Inhalations anil Compound Oxygen,
being administered to the patient, instead of
tilling the system with poisonous drugs admin
istered by the stomach.
This system is now attracting the attention of
the best physicians throughout every country in
the civilized world. Narrow minded men imbued
with the principles of prejudice, and who are
unwilling or too indolent to inform themselves
upon the scientific principles of this Aerean
system of practice, may endeavor to whisper
obstacles and to superciliously condemn it and
pronounce it useless without inquiry or an
opportunity of seeing or judging the merits of
what they advise others to reject; but the abuse
of such members of the profession can avail
but little, and only proves tnat such persons are
contracted in their ideas, regardless of the
prosperity of their patient, and the advance
ment of their profession.
Consumption, like all other diseases of the
respiratory organs, is conceded by all scientific
and thinking men, to originate from a living
germ or parasite. These little baccillii are
found floating in the expectorated mucus, and
after death adhering to the mucus surfaces
lining the air passages. What utter nonsense
it is to try to destroy these parasites by giving
medicines by the stomach; and yet how easy it
is to introduce them into the diseased parts by
the Aerean or Inhalation system of practice.
Is anything more common sense? And yet
one In every seven die annually becaues of
this mistaken idea; many of whom would be
radically and permanently cured had they
used the Medicated Inhalations before the
disease became too far advanced.
Over 100,000 persons have used these medi
cated inhalations under'our personal direction
during the past twenty-four years, and very
few of that number have died with lung trouble;
and yet quite a large percentage began the treat
ment simply as a palliative remedy, not think
ing there was still a possibility of au absolute
Persons taking this treatment can use the
remedies at home as well as at our oilice.
Consultation and one application at our oflice
free. Those who desire to consult me in regard
to their cases had better call at the oflice for an
examination, but if impossihle to visit the oflice
personally, can write for questions and circular,
both of which will be sent free of charge
M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.,
137 8. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
Office hours—From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Residence—ll9 South Grand Avenue.
The Natiek House.
The Natick House, one of the oldest and best
known Hotels In the city, has lately changed
hands. M. S. Rowell has retired from the man
agement, and the House will hereafter be con
ducted by Mr. H. A. Hart, a Hotel man of ex
perience. Mr. Hart has already made a num
ber of changes which will prove of benefit to
his patrons, and adds very much to the con
venience and comforts of the House. The Table
and Dining Service especially has been greatly
During the past few weeks the Natick has
been in the hands of the painters and decorat
ors. A commodious office is one of its good
features. Electric Bells with return calls and
Fire Alarm have also been added, and altogether
the House is in better condition than ever be
fore for doing business. muS lm
The proper work of man, tlie grand drift of human life is to follow reason—that noble
spark kindled in us from heaven.—Barrow.
DOES IT STAND TO REASON
That a concern which a short while ago was obliged to rename their place of business,
aud which packed up the remnant of their bankrupt stock, carted it around the comer and
back again, to be dumped on the sidewalk iv front of the rechristened store, for the pur
pose of deceiving the public—we say does it stand to reason, that such a firm
Can Invite the Confidence of the Public.
We never say anything to the disparagement of any competitor, who presents himself to
the public under his true colors, but when a concern that settles with its ci-editors
with 6o cents on the dollar attempts to foist itself on the public, as the
We cannot refrain from exposing them. Once more we say
DOES IT STAND TO rfflStCT
That any firm that settles with their creditors for 60 cents on the dollar can buy their
goods at cheap as a firm that pays 100 cents on the dollar, and if they cannot buy
as cheap, does it stand to reason that they can sell as cheap.
IF THIS CAP FITS ANY FIRM TO A
LET THEM WEAR IT.
SPRING AND TEMPLE