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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Financial.
EXCHANGE review.
Nsvw York, June 16.— Operations In the stock
market continued to diminish today, and the
Indisposition of speculators to venture at pres
ent was shown in the insignificant changes In
quotations, even among Ihe most prominent
shares.
Government bonds firm.
MONEY QUOTATIONS.
Saw York, June 16 —Mouey on call easy;
closed offered at per cent
Prime mercantile paper. o%<et,7 per cent.
Sterling Exchange — Steady, 60-day bills,
$4.85%; demand $4.88%.
London. June 16, -1 p. m.—rinsing consols,
money, 95 11-16; do account, 95 1 16; U. 8. 4s,
»1 !!.■;.: do4',s. $102.
Money—l per cent.
BAR SILVER
New York, Juno 16 — Bar silver, per oz..
97% c.
London, June 16.—Bar silver, 44 9-16 d. per
ounce i
Ban Francisco, June 16.—Bar silver, 9714 C&
97%? per ounce.
San Francisco, June 16.—Mexican dollars,
[email protected]%c.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
New York, June 16.—Closing quotations:
0. 8. 4s. Reg 117-I; N. W. Preferred. .132
TJ. 8. 4s. c0up...118+4 N. Y. Central.... 100%
0. 8. 4%5. reg... 100 Oregon Irap't 20%
D. 8. 4%5. coup .100 Navigation 71
Pacific OS 109 Oregon Short Lino 25
Atchison 33% N. American 14%
American Ex 12 Pacific Mail 36%
Canada Pacific... 78} £ Reading 31}^
Canada Sou 49 Rio GrandeWst'n. 39
Central Pacific... 31 Preferred 70
Burlington 89 l i Do. firsts 78*1
Lackawanna 35% Rock Island 73',
Denver A Rio Gr. 51 Bt. Paul 65%
Brie 20% St. Paul A Omaha 12«
Kan. A Toxas li'-i Terminal 15k
Lake Shore 110 Texas Pacific 14
L. A N 73% Onion Pacific... 45U
Mich. Central ... H9 U. 8. Express.... 52
Missouri Pacific «i»>„ Wells,FargoAGo.l42
Northern Pacific. 24% WesteVn ifnton... Hl'4
N. P. Preferred.. 68% Am. Cotton 0i1... 23%
Northwestern 106%
BOSTON June 16.—Closing prices:
A. AT. R. R 33'4|Mex. Cent. Com. 19k
Burl. AQulucy... 89%|San Diego IS
MININO SHARES.
Haw York, June 16.—Mining shares were as
follows:
Alice 1.60 Occidental 1.50
Atchison 1.50 Sutter Creek 1.10
Adamscon 1.85 Gould A Curry.. 1.50
Eureka. Con. 3.50 Hale A Norcross 1.80
Aspen 2.00 Homestako 10.00
Bodie 1.00 Horn Silver..... 3.35
Belle Isle 1.30 Iron Silver 1.00
Best A Belcher. 4.00 Mexican 2.55
Belcher I.SO Mount Diablo.. 2.00
Caledonia B. H. 1.05 Ontario 38.00
Chollar 2.20 Ophir 3.80
Colorado Con... 1.00 Phoenix 8.80
Commonwealth. 1.00 Plymouth 3.00
Con. Calif. Vk.,.. 8.50 Savage 1.80
Crown Point 1.40 Sierra Nev 2.00
Deadwood 1.10 Standard 1.00
Potosi 4.25 Union Con 2.00
Eureka 3.00 Yellow Jacket.. 2.00
N.Commonw'lth 1.25 N. Belle Isle. .. 1.00
San Francisco, Juno 16.—Following are the
oloslug prices:
Belcher 1.60 Peerless. 10
Best A Belcher. 2.85 Potosi 4.10
Ohollar 240 Ophir. 3.85
Crocker 10 Savage 1.80
Con. Virginia... «.37H Sierra Nevada... 2.15
Confidence 4.50 Union Con 2.20
Gould A Curry.. 155 Yellow Jacket.. 2.00
Hale A Norcross 2.05 Alpha 80
Locomotive ... .05 Andes 4.30
Peer 05 Con. Imperial.. .10
San Francisco Market Review.
Ban Fbancisco, June 16.—The produce mar
kets continue quiet, and prices are generally
weak and lower. Barley Is in fair demand, but
tending lower Oats very dull, and lower. Corn
quiet and steady. Bran, middlings, and other
mlllstuffs unchanged. Hay quiet and, prices
easy, owing to heavy receipts. Beans very dull.
The market for vegetables was well supplied
this morning, and prices maintained. Potatoes
in heavier supply and lower. Onions firm. As
paragus still weak and in light demand. Cu
cumbers scarce and firm. Green corn In fair
supply, and steady.
Summer froits of all descriptions moved off
well. Cherries plentiful, with receipts of 5357
boxes. Blackberries came in freely, and were
cheaper. Currants easier, ander heavier re
ceipts. Apricots in better condition and firm.
Some red apples came in, but the demand is
nominal, and the same might be said of pears,
Dafry produce quiet. Fancy butter continues
firm, with light inquiry for Inferior grades.
Choice ranch eggs easy.
Bam Fbancisco, June 16.— Apples: $1.75<a
12.00 per box for common to good: t1.50A2.50
choice.
Wheat-Milling, I1.80O1.82U; No. 1 ship
ping, [email protected]%.
New barley—sl.42l{ per cental.
Oats—Surprise, [email protected] percental; mil
ling, »[email protected]; good to choice feed, $1.
@1.00; fair, f [email protected]; gray, f1.80®1.85.
Corn—Large yellow, f [email protected]; small yel
low, [email protected]; white, f*[email protected] per cull.
Bran—l 4 [email protected] per ton.
Flour—Family extras, [email protected]; Superfine,
[email protected]
Butter—Fair to choice [email protected]
Kggs—California ranch, 22®26c.
Lemons—Sicily [email protected]; Riverside, $400
®l 25; Los Angeles, [email protected]
Limes—Mexican, t4.0i>®5.00; California, 60
@95c for small and f [email protected] for large boxes.
Oranges—Riverside navels, $3.50(3)4.50; Vac
avllle, 50c. per small box; Riverside seed
lings, tl.oOfKl.3Bj Mandarin, [email protected] per
box; Los Augeles seedlings, $1.50 *2.00: nav
els, [email protected]; Tahiti oranges, [email protected]
Raisins—London layers, f [email protected] 1 50; three
crown, loose. [email protected]$1.00; twocrown. d0,[email protected]
Grapes—[email protected] » lb for stemmed, and VAa
2Kc for unstemmed.
./> A A'^ (:ot ;.Tl o - 50 ® 0 ' 75 P er bo* f o f Pringleß;
f0.75ft01.25 for Royal.
Peaches—[email protected] per box.
Cherry [email protected] per box.
Green apples—[email protected] per box.
Raspberries—sO.oo®o.Bs per drawer.
Currants— [email protected] chest.
Gooseberries- [email protected] & lb for common, and
4®7e for English.
Cherries—[email protected] per box for white; [email protected]
$0.60 for black; Royal Anne, [email protected]
Strawberries— [email protected] per chest for Sharp
less; f [email protected] 00 for Longworths.
Cranberries—[email protected] per ponnd.
Honey—White comb, 11® 15; amber, [email protected]
Bananas—[email protected] per bunch.
Pineapples—[email protected] per dos.
Onions- Red, [email protected]; silverskins, t3 50
@4.25.
Green peas—[email protected] I per sack for common, and
[email protected] for sweet.
String [email protected]¥ »: wax beans, [email protected];
refugee beans, [email protected]
Pepper—Green, [email protected]
V P ioo° es-New ' I^®2!^c * io; oW ' 00c @1.00
Sweet Potatoes—[email protected]
Tomatoes—Los Angeles, [email protected] porbox.
Egg plant, [email protected] per lb.
Cucumbers—[email protected] per box.
,• Summer Squash—4o®soc per box for Win
ters and f1.0G®1.25 for bay.
Marrowfat squash—[email protected] per ton.
Asparagus—[email protected] per box for ordinary,
$2 00W2.25 for choice to fancy.
Rhubarb-fO 40® 1.25 per box.
Turnips—7sc per cental.
Beets— f 1 per sack.
Carrots—Feed, [email protected]
Parsnips— f 1.25 per cental.
Cabbage—4o:B6oc.
Garlic-3(ssc $ lb for Italian, and [email protected] for
California.
Dry Peppers— [email protected] » lb.
Dry Okra—[email protected] $ ft,
California Fruit In New York,
New York, June 16.—Porter Bros. & Co. re
ceived a carload of very choice Californta apri
cots, peaches and plums, from the California
Fruit union. They were sold by auction at f 1.50
to f3.00 for apricots, f1,35 to f2.15 for peaches,
and f4.10 for plums. The plums were the first
arrival for the season, and landed in fine con
dition.
Chicago Grain Market.
Ohicabo, June 16.-Wheat firmer. Theopen
lng was W®%c higher than yesterday's closing
and some fluctuations advanced for July,
receded some and closed about higher than
closing figures yesterday. August opened
higher, advanced lUc, and closed lJic higher.
December closed %c higher.
Receipts, 262,000 bushels; shipments. 333 ■
000 bushels.
Chicago, June 16.—Close: Wheat, Firm;
July, [email protected]; Sep
tember, 91% c.
Corn-Steady; cash, [email protected]!£; July. 51 Kris
51Wc; September. 51>,;c. <v *
t Oats—Firm: cash. SSJ-ic; July, 87K0.
Rye-Quiet; [email protected]
Barley-Nominal, [email protected]
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS.
San Fbancisco, June 16.—Wheat very dull•
| season, fl.72iSi; buyer, 91, f1.58j>,; sel-
BarleY-Quiet; seller, '91, fI.OSW.; June,
*1.16>5.
C0rn—1.7592.15.
Liverpool, June 16—Wheat, unchanged:
Demand, fair. Spot, 5s 6d firm, per cental, ;
June, 5s :t\A firm: July and August, 554% d
steady.
Corn—Demand fair for spot and good for fu
tures. Spot, 5s 6d per cental, steady; June,
5' Od, steady; July, os4%d, steady; August, 5s
sd, steady.
Wool.
New York, June 16.—W00l quiet, weaker;
domestic fleece, [email protected]
Petroleum.
New York, June 10.—Petroleum: July
closed at 68%.
General Markets.
New York, June 10.—Hops: Steady: Pacific
ooast, 25(432.
Coffee—Options closed barely steady, 10 to
25 points up. Sales. 36,500 bags. June,
$10.60««16 (15; July, August,
$15.55<ai5.«0; September, $15.05(4815.10; Oc
tober, $11 55i<114.05. Spot Rio nominal; fair
cargoes, 19c: No. 7.17% c.
Sugar—Raw, steady; fair refining, 2%c; Mus
covado, 8!) test, 2%c; centrifugals, 90 test, 3J4c;
refined quiet, steady.
Copper—Dull: lake, June, 12.85.
Lead-Steady. Domestic. $4 45.
Tin—Heavy Straits, $20.65.
Chicago, June 16.—Pork: Ready; cash,
110.30*10.35; July, «10.20(«U0.42%
Lard-Hteady; cash, $9.00;i}9.25; July, (9.32%
@9.3 i.
Shoulders—»s.o(K»o.lO.
Bhort clear—*6.3sfgs6.4o.
Short ribs—s6.oor«6.os
Chicaoo, June 16 —Whiskey—sl.l6.
To counteract the desire for strong drink take
Simmons Liver Regulator.
LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS.
i The following report Is corrected daily at the
Los Angeles Produce Exchange:
Flour—L. A. XXXX, patent roller, asked,
l $5.00, Capitol Mills, patent roller, asked, {5.60;
i Crown, $5.90; Sperry, 15.90; Snowflakc flour,
I |5.90.
l Mill Feed—Cracked corn, asked, {1.50; Crack
i ed corn by the sack, $1.50; Rolled barley,
asked $1.60; $1.50; Mixed Feed, corn $1.70
i per 100lbs: feed meal, $1.50; bran, $24 per t.;
barley, $1.40: wheat, No. 1. $1.80; No. 2,
$1.10: shorts, $1.20. Small hominy, $4.
Hay—Barley, W. B , No. 1, asked, $L 2.50;
Barley, B. R., No. I.asked $11.00; Alfalfa,
R. 11.. $11.00; Alfalfa, W. B, $12 to $13; Wheat,.
R. 8.512,00, W. B , $12.00; Oat, W. 8.,511.00.
Potatoes—New potatoes, $0.60; Irish Buteos,
old seed, $1: Pinkeye, 70c.
Green Fruits -bananas, $2.50 to $3 00 per
bunch; Strawberries, 15c; Eureka, $3.00 a
box; Seedling, $1.50 a box; Apples, $1.75 to
$2.25, Green Prunes, 10 to 12% c.
Butter.—Fancy roll, per roll, 42% c; Choice
roll, per roll, asked, 40c; Fair, roll, per roll
asked, 37% c.
Cheese—l-arge, asked, 11c ; Small, asked,
lie; Small, 3d hand, asked. 14c; Eastern
cneese,
Euos.—Fresh, 24c.
Poultry. — Hens, No. 1, per dozen,
$4.50 (a) $5.00; old roosters, per dozen, asked
$3.50 to $4.2s;young roosters, per dozen, bid
$6.00, asked $6.50; broilers, large, per dozen,
$3.50 to ; broilers, small, per doz
eu, $2.75 to ; turkeys, per pound,
[email protected]; ducks, large, per dozen, bid
$5.00, asked $6.00: ducks, small, per dozen,
bid $5.50 asked J6.00; geese, each, bid OOc,
asked $1.25.
Livs Stock.—Live hogs, bid , isked
$4.25.
Honey.—Extracted, bid , asked 6c; am
ber, bid , asked 5Wc; comb, bid
asked beeswax, bid , asked 22% c.
Onions—6c per pound, new, $1.00 per ctl.;
Yellow Northern,sc; Local White, per ctl.
Vegetables (mixed).—Chiles, string of 5>4
lbs, bid , asked $1.00; garlic, bid ,
asked 7%c; cabbage, per 100. bid , asked
60c; green peas, 3%c.
Beans and Dried Peas.—Pink, No. 1, bid
, asked $2.50; pink, No. 1, weavely, bid
, asked 2 25; bayous, bid , asked
$4.00; Lima, bid , asked $4 00: Lima.
small, bid , asked $3.50; black eye, bid
, asked $5 00: Garavancos, bid
asked $3.50; Green Faile peas, bid asked
; Navy, bid , asked $3.30: job lots,
No. 1. bid , asked $3.00: Job lots, No. 2
bid , asked ; lentils, 9c.
Raisins.—Layers, asked $1.50; ex-London
layers, new, $2.00: loose muscatels,sl.3s; blue
raisins, sc; dried grapes, 3%0.
Oats.—Surprise, bid, , asked, $2.25;
feed, No. 1, bid, , asked, $2 15; feed, No.
2, bid, -.askeds2.oo.
Barley.—Feed, No. 1, new bid, $1 17, asked,
$1.25.
Corn.—Large yellow, carload, lots, bid,
$1.17%. asked, $I.2s;Egyptian, bid, , ask
ed, $1.50: small yellow, carload lo.s, bid,
$117%, asked, $1.50.
Dried Fruits.—Peaches, 8. D. No. 1, bid
, asked, $0.10; peaches, 8. 1). No. 2, bid
, asked, 0.<«8c; Peaches, S. D. peeled
bid, , asked, $0.25: Pitted Plums bid,
$0.11, asked, $0.14; pitted Plums, evaporated,
bid, , asked, $0.18; blackberries, bid,
, asked, $0.15: prunes, California French,
bid, — -, asked, [email protected]%c; apricots, bid, '
asked, [email protected]; Apples, evaporated, Sun
dried, 9c; Hunt's Aldeu, 13c
Nuts.—Walnuts, new, $0.08; peanuts, Cal
ifornia No. 1.04', ; peanuts, Eastern, $0.8;
almonds, 8. 8., $0.16: Almonds. H 8, $0 09;
Peanuts, N0.2, 4c.
Apples. —Evaporated, asked, $0 12; Hunts's
AMen, $0.14; sun dried, $0.10; sun dried,
quartered, $4.08.
Sacks—Calcutta spot, 1891, 8c: potato sacks,
s}£c.
Wholesale Meat Market.
[Corrected daily by 8. Maler, 149 North Spring
street.l
Fresh Meats—Following are the rates for
whole carcasfes from slaugterers to dealers:
Beef—First quality, sc; second qualltv, 4to
4%c; third quality, i to 4%c per lb.
veal—Quotabieat 6 to tc for large and 8 to
9c per lb. for small.
Mutton—Quotable at [email protected] per lb,
Lamb—Quotable at 9 to 10c per lb.
Pork—Live hogs on foot, grain fed, medium,
4% to sc; dressed, 6 to 7c per lb.
Wool—Spring clip,
Hams—Rex, 13%; Crown, 14%: Lily, 14%.
Bacon-Rbx, 11%; Crown, 12%; Lily, 12%.
Lard—Refined 3s, W%; ss, 8%; 10s, 8 l 4: 50s,
8%; tierces, 8c; pure leaf, 12%; hlgner all
around.
Dried Beef Hams— 13c.
Salt Pork—lOo.
Nobody can have dyspepsia if they take Sim
mons Liver Regulator.
MARINE NEWS.
San Pedro, June 16,1891.
ARRIVED.
June 15.—Schooner Mabel Gray, Thompson,
from Port Townsend, 266,000 feet lumber.
June 16.—Steamer Pomona, Hall, from Ban
Diego, passengers and merchandise, to S. P. Co.
SAILED.
June 16.—Steamer Pomona, Hall, to San
Francisco, 50 passengers and 166 tons merchan
dise, toP. C. 8. 8. Co.
June 16.—Steamer Bonita, Leland, to San
Francisco and way ports, 8 tons merchandise
P. C. 8. 8. Co.
DUE TO' ARRIVE. I
June 16.—Steamer Coos Bay, Leland. from San
Francisco and way, passengers and merchan
dise to 8. P. Co.
June 17.—Steamer Coos Bay, Leland, irom
Newport, passengers and merchandise, to S. P.
Co.
June 18.—Steamer Corona, Alexander, from
San Francisco, passengers and merchandise to
S P. Co.
DUE TO SAIL.
June 16.—Steamer Coos Bay, Leland, to New
port, passengers and merchandise, to P. C. 3.
S. Co.
June 17.—Steamer Coos Bay, Leland, to San
Francisco and way, passengers and merchan
dise, to P. C S. 8. Co.
June 18 —Steamer Corona, Alexander, to San
Diego, passengers and merchandise, to P. C. 8.
Co.
TIDES JUNE 17.
High water, 6:20 a. m., 5.57 p. m.
Low water, 12:20 a. m., 11:46 a. ra.
A Fatal Mistake.
Physicians make no more fatal mistake than
when they inform patients that nervous heart 1
troubles come from tho stomach and are of
little consequence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the
noted Indiana specialist.has proven the contrary !
In his new book on "Heart Disease," which
may re had free at all druggists, who
guarantee and recommend Dr. Miles un
equaled New Heart Cure, which has the largest <
sale of any heart remedy In the world. It cures j
nervous and organic heart disease, short breath,
fluttering, pain or tenderness in the side, arm 1
or shoulder, irregular pulse, fainting, smother- 1
ing, dropsy, etc. His Restorative Nervine cures
headache, fits, etc. '
When Baby was sick, we gaye her 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,
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaran
teed to cure you. For sale by Heinzeman, 222
N. Main, or Trout, Sixth and Broadway.
For reliable male and female help apply to
the A. O. U. W. Employment Bureau. No. 215
S. Main st. No expense to those wishing help
or emoloyment. Frank X. Englbb, secretary
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1891.
BAKING POWDER TESTS.
HEALTH OFFICER M'OOWAN EXAM-
He Finds the "Royal" in Purity and
Strength at the Head of the Baking
Po-wders of the United States.
The health authorities can engage in
no more laudable work than the exam
ination of our food supply and the in
struction of the public us to those ar
ticles found pure, wholesome and there
fore best for the people to use.
Health Officer MeGowan's announce
ment with reference to baking powders
is particular'y opportune. There seems
to be a raid of low-class, dangerous ar
ticles of this kind in California just at
this time. These powders are made
from alum, or improperly compounded
from other chemicals, so that they leave
a strong alkaline or dangerous residuum
in the food. Some of these powdere,
having been prohibited from Bale in the
east, have been collected by their man
ufacturers from the dealers with whom
they were left on commission, and
shipped to tho Pacific coast.
The public is deceived about
their quality by what it reads
in their newspaper advertisements. In
the effort to gain a foot-hold in this
market, unscrupulous manufacturers of
these cheaply made, low grade baking
powders have indulged in extravagant
statements both with reference to their
own and other brands, claiming the
most improbable endorsements for their
goods and denouncing other brands best
known and longest used upon the Paci
' lie coast. They have gone so far as to
misquote and misrepresent the govern
ment reports, and to actually forge fig
ures to show their strength, so that the
secretary of agriculture, under whose
direction the official baking powder tests
were made, has deemed it his duty to
expose and denounce them.
Health Officer Dr. McGowan of Lob
Angeles has made during the last few
weeks a thorough study of the baking
powders sold in this section of Califor
nia, including the new ones that are be
ing pushed by indecent denunciation of
the well known and reputable brands.
There are so many baking powders in
the market, the use of which is certain
detriment to the health of the consumer,
that this action of Dr. McGowan in giv
ing the public reliable and authoritative
information as to the brands that are both
economical and wholesome,is most time
ly and valuable. A portion of the re
port is as follows:
"Office on the Health Officer.
"Los Angeles, Cal, May 22, 1891.
"From analyses made by Prof. Rising,,
professor of chemistry of the University
of California, Prof. VVenzell, professor
of chemistry California College of Phar
macy, and from further searching an
layses made by Professors Thomas Rice
& Son of San Francisco, Prof. Hanks
and others, and by analyses which I per
sonally have had made, it is clearly
demonstrated and proven that the Royal
Baking Powder ie pure and wholesome,
and that it stands as far as strength and
purity are concerned at the head of the
baking powders of the United States.
"The Royal is composed of absolutely
pure, harmless and wholesome ingred
ients of the highest grade and character.
GRANVILLE McGOWAN, M. D.,
"Health Officer of the City of Los An
geles, Cal."
A glove tree is a new fancy. This is a
plaster cast of the hand of the owner on
which she stretches her gloves when not
in use, so that they are molded to the
hand when worn, and do not get ont of
shape lying in the glove box or drawer.
Very few people take proper care of a
kid glove after removing it from the
hand. Nothing is more slovenly than to
roll it up in a hard little wad, in the way
it is sometimes disposed of when not in
use. Remove it from the hand carefully;
do not strip it off, turning it inside out
and straining all the seams, but take it
off gently, pulling each of the fingers
into shape.
Lay it lengthwise stretched out in a
glove box of sufficient length so that it
need not be folded over at the wrist. A
glove that is properly cared for will last
longer and fit far better all the time it
lasts than one that is carelessly treated.
A silk glove should fit the hand as snug
ly as one of kid, and should be taken
care of as thoroughly. As silk is very
elastic, it is necessary to purchase a silk
glove a size or two smaller than the size
of the kid glove worn in order to have
it fit the hand properly.
The very best pure silk glove with
seams will stretch so much after it has
been worn that it will get out of shape
if the seams are not taken up. This is a
simple matter. Turn the glove inside
out and sew up each seam a mere trifle,
but enough to make the glove fit smooth
ly. Try the glove on after this, and be
hold! it is as snug fitting and perfectly
molded to the hands as could be desired.
It will not need taking up a second time.
—New York Tribune.
Claremont Teas.
What are known as "Claremont teas"
are entertainments of unusual beauty
and attractiveness to visitors to New
York. People of the best social position
are interested in them, and the show of
four-in-hands, carts of various kinds and
stylish carriages is a very beautiful one.
The women are ull in lawn costume and
the men are clad in fashionable top hats
and frock coats. They ride or drive out
to the beautiful knoll on whioh the Clare
mont stands, and drink tea with their
hostesses between 4 and 6 o'clock. The
word "tea" covers a good deal in some
instances, but the entertainments them
selves are extremely pretty to look at.
It is difficult to get to Claremont without
a long walk, and on tea days the vulgar
herd is held pretty wejl in abeyance.
But it is always easy to get near
enough to see the concourse of all that
is beautiful, fashionable and celebrated
in New York life. The popularity of the
teas is increasing constantly. This ia
rather curious, for there is very little in
receptions of this character to attract
the average New York man. Probably
the trip over Riverside drive, with the
beautiful view of the Hudson, has much
to do with the success of this latest fad
of New "ork society.—Blakely Hall in
Brooklyn Eagle.
Beckwith's Spa.
Messrs. Beckwith 4 Son, originators and sole
manufacturers of the celebrated Pineapple
Glace, warn other caterers against infringe
ment upon their rights. This is the best drink
in the world. Call at Beckwith's Spa, 303 N
Main st. and sample it. They also manufacture
Egg Phosphate, the new popular eastern drink
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon,
. 2v,?K?i," Bott> myself and wife owe our lives
to SHILOH'B CONSUMPTION CURE." For sale
by Heinzeman, 222 N. Main, or Trout, Sixth
and Broadway.
INEB AND REPORTS.
The Care ot Gloves.
l H Being out of order you will suffer from i
S lndigestion. Headache, Hillousness.Con
Ktinationi Flatulency or Heartburn. You
will feel heavy after meals, have a btid
taste in the mouth, and be restless at
night*.
To overcome all, or any of these trou- '
hies, you should tate CALIFORNIA 1
[ M FRUIT SYRUP, which is the most effec- I
tive and pleasant remedy ever produced,
\ does not gripe or i-iclenthe stomach,
and is composed of pure Fruits and
Herbs.
i Is a Family Remedy, tried and recom
mended by Physicians. \
Price, 50c and $1 a bottle. Soldbyall j
| druggists.
MANUFACTURED ONLT BY THK
FRUIT SYRUP Co.|
I 12-20-0 m Los Angeles, Cal. If
ARE WE
Right
or
IVrong?
A Shoe Dressing must restore the bril
liancy of a worn shoe, and at the same time
preserve the softness of the leather.
LADIES will the Dressing you are
using do both ? Try it!
Pour a dessert spoonful of your Dressing
into a saucer or butter plate, set it aside for
a few days, and it will dry to a substance
as hard and brittle as crushed glass. Can
such a Dressing he good for leather?
Wolffs ACME Blacking
will stand this test and dry as a thin, oily
film which is as flexible as rubber.
25 Dollars worth of Hew Furniture for
25 Centa. HOW? By pointing
25 square feet of Old Furniture with
WOLFF * RANDOLPH,
827 North Front Street PHILADELPHIA.
DR. ABERNETHY'S
I GREEN GINGER
JL BRANBY
MB Cures CRAMPS and COLIC.
t ij)lßNrj)y v , "J* 18 composed of thepures
I ma terials. and represents the
full medicinal value of Jamaica
yofiERURRAMHt Ginger in the highest degree of
T v|fflfiS/~*lJ perfection."
WM ' T - WKNZELL,
Analytical Chemist.
~TS Bold by Druggists and Wine Uerebants.
d*».snumsnM,itfCra
Jos. N. Souther Manufg Co.
WlllrWlllß SAN FRANCISCO. '
The Greatest Discovery on Earth :
IS DR. JOHN L. KKLLETT'S PARADISE OIL,
which removes all inrlamations and impuri- |
ties from the Bone and Flesh, and effec s a
permanent cure of Rheumatic, Neuralgia and
all other pains that the human flesh is heir to
It is guaranteed to cure any case of Kore Eyes,
Sore throat, remove Tumors, Warts and Ulcer- <
ated sores without pain or injury to the sound (
fle>h. And it also takes off Spavins, Curbs,
Splints and all false enlargements on horses.
When all other remedies fail try Paradise On..
There is no necessity of suffering pain. To
purify the blood and regulate the fiver, kid- J
neys and bowels; to cure sick headache, dys
pepsia, nervousness and kindred diseases tliat
Is caused by impure blood, use Paradise Bit
ters. Price of each, $1 per bott'e. Manufac- ]
tured by Kellett & Brown, Fresno. Cal. All «
druggists can obtain the same by applying to
F. W. BRAUN & CO., <
6-16 3m Los Angeles, California.
-3 Akin Tur SEL comparison are slow or
AND mt If suffering try
PLASTER. I
It Penetrates, Re- ,
yyysyWlWfmwvV lieves. Cures. I
/ 'Pi>V V \ \ All Druggists.
4-22-ly
FREE INFORMATION^!
—AS TO— 4
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
—AND AS TO—
SAN FRANCISCO.
Correspondence with intending settlers or |
investors solicited. j
LANDS AT FROM $10 to $150 PER ACRE, f
Attractive opportunities for homes and for <
profitable investment in irrigation enterprises. i
Address I
M. I_. WICKS,
Corner of Court and Main Streets,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Or 646 Market Street,
5-16-6 m. San Francisco, Cal.
IiEEL BOILERS! ■
ALL SIZES, 1
FOR sale:.
J. D. HOOKER Sc CO.,
5- 28 LOS ANGELES.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholder* of the Los Angeles
Savingß Bank will be held in the parlors of the
Farmers and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles,
at 4 o'clock p.m., Wednesday, July 1, 1891.
6- 10 21t W. M. CASWELL, Secretary.
MEDICAL.
DR. WONG HIM.
THE FIRST CHINESE PHYSICIAN TO
.££**Sv2 hls Profession in tniß city was Dr.
WONG HIM. Has practiced here for sixteen
(IB) years, and his cures and successful treat
ment of complicated diseases is proof of his
ability. He belongs to the sixth generation of
doctors in his family. A trial will convince
?2r- a PT, FW J?" Upper Main st. P.O. box
564, Station C, Los Angeles, Cal.
TO THE PUBLIC: DR. WONG HIM, 639
Upper Main st., has cured my mother of the
typhoid fever in the short timeof oae week,and
has left her entirely well, and also has cured me
of a tumor I had on my leftside. After suffer
ing for a long time and receiving no benefit from
otheis, I concluded to try the above gentleman
(Dr. Wong Him), who has left me entirely well,
and now I feci it my duty to testify in his be
half I wish to recommend him to the public
as an cilicieut and skillful physician. MIS.-i
CARRIE PEREIRA and MRS. D. C. PEREIRA
BWaariardost, Los Angeles, Cal February
TO THK PUBLIC.
I take this opr ortunfty of highly recommend
ing Dr Wong llim's abilities as a physician to
all who have any diseases, especially those
whose complaints resist the treatment of other
physicians.
For two months I suffered from Impure blood
and disordered stomach, together with a sore
lip which failed to heal, and was finally per
suaded to call and see Dr. Wong Him at his of
flee, 639 Upper Main street. I had a consulta
tion, and after an examination of my pulse he
gave me a powder for my lips and medicine in
ternally, and said he would cure me in one
week or ten days, and at tho expiration of thai
time declined to give me any more medicine,
because I was cured, which statement I fully
endorse, for I have not been so well for a long
"me. JOSEPH R. DUBBB,
February 25,1891. Los Angeles, Cal.
I had been sick five months, paid out large
sums of money for dcotors and medicines, but
derived no benefit. Dr. Wong Him was recom
mended to me by a friend. I did not think I
could get well, aB mv lungs and kidneys were
very bad and getting worse all Ihe time. Dr.
Wong Him took me in this condition: he lias
in two months'time entirely rured me, and
now I feel it my duty to testify in hi* behalf.
I wish to recommend him to the public as an
efficient, and skillful physician.
THOMAS WHITE.
Los Angeles, May 13,1891.
DOCTOR
WHITES
Private Dispensary,
133 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
I established 1886.1
NERVOUS DEBILITY.
seminal weakness, impotency, etc., resulting
from youthful indiscretion, excesses in matured
years and other causos, inducing some of the
following symptoms, as dizziness, confusion
»f ideas, defective memory, aversion to
loelety, blotches, emissions, exhaustions,
rarlocele, etc., are permanently cured.
ITKINARY. KIDNEY and BLADDER
roubles, weak back, incontinence, gonorrhoea,
rleet, stricture, and all unnatural discharges
ire quickly and perfectly cured.
SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS,
jansing ulcers,eruptions,enlarged joints, rheu
matism, swelling in groins, mucous patches in
mouth, sore throat, falling hair, catarrh, and
nany other symptoms, are quickly removed
md all poison thoroughly and permanently
sradicated from the syßtem, by purely vegeta
ble treatment.
at office or by express. All
etters strictly'confidential. fclld office, 133 N.
Main St. 3-29 tf
OPTICIANS AMD JEWELERS.
THIS IS NOT OUU WAY.
The careful and proper adjns-ment of Frames
is as important as the correct fitting of lenses,
rt'e make the scientific adjustment of Glasses
md Frames our specialty, and guarantee a per
fect fit. Testing of the eyes free. Full stock of
irtiflcial eyes en hand. Glasses ground to order
in premises.
S. O. MARSHUTZ, Scientific Optician,
229 S. Spring street, Theater Building.
Correct fitting of Glasses and Lenses ground
to order our specialties Oculists' pre
scriptions carefully filled Arti-
ficiil Evi-s ou hand. ■'
Osborne & Shultz,
INSURANCE,
STEAMSHIP, LOAN ft REAL ESTATE
AGENTS,
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Agents Nord Deutscher Lloyd Ste. mships, New
York and Baltimore service.
Tickets to and from any railway station in
Europe and America, Staterooms secured and
Bvery information given.
Houses. Business Chances—For rent, sale and
exchange.
Wanted—Houses to rent, houses to sell, busi
»<•: s chances to sell,
227 WEST FIRST STEEET,
5-20 lm
SPECIAL NOTICE.
IF YOU WISH TO SELL OR BUY
Second-tad -:- Furaiture,
CARPETS OR STOVES,
Be sure and give me a call. I have a complete
line of goods, and will sell CHEAP for cash or
installments. Will rent baby buggies by day or
week.
r. T. MARTIN,
481 8. SPRING ST. LOCK BOX 1921.
WOOD & MOORE,
435 S. SPRING ST.,
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS.
Upholstering a specialty. All kinds of
Lounges end Mattresses made to order. Re
pairing'of of all kinds done. Chairs rented
for entertainments, etc. Hotels and Lodging
Houses furnished. Appraising done. We were
for four years with Walton & Wachtel, and
can do any kind of work in the best possible
manner. Everything first-class. Come in and
sen us. J. C. WOOD,
6-7 lm A. L. MOORE.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
Fine Cabinet PI olographs a specialty. Guar
anteed first-class or no charge.
We excell In babies' photographs. For the
best resu its the forenoon is preferred.
1)57 WEST FIRST STREET,
4-19-6 m Between Main and Spring.
HM
X A.T EST
& Chicken iice Killer.
Ask your dealer for it, or send tor Free Circular to
Petaluma Incubator Co., Petaluma, CaL I
FIVE CENTS A LINE
FINANCIAL.
51.500.000
TO LOAN AT R. G. HINTS
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
227 W. Second St., Adjoining Herald office
CHEAP MONEY.
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Francisco. Jul tl
acific loan company—Loans monky
in any amounts on ail kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on piano*
without removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins,
bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop
erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise,
etc., in warehouses; partial payments received
money without delay; private offices for cor»
sulfation; will call if desired; W. E. DkGROOT,
Manager, rooms 14 and 15, No. 124W South
Spring st. mso
OU CAN BORROW MONEY ON ALL,
kinds of collateral security, as diamonds,
Jewelry, pianos without removal, libraries,
bicycles or anything of value; private rooma
for consultation, or will cull if preferred: no
delays or commissions. SO. CAL. LOAN St
INVESTMENT CO., Rooms 5 and 6, trowel*
block, 220 S. Spring st, opp. L. A: Theater.
5-31 'm
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY
and country property. Low interest.
GEO. D. BETTS, with Edw. D Silent A Co., 108
S. Main s'., Opera-house block. 5 31 1 m
$1,000,000 T at lowest rate of interest.
WM. MEAD & CO.,
209 South Broadway. 5-24
WR. BURKE. NOTARY PUBLIC. 155~nT
. Springst. Loans money oto 8 per cent.
5-23 lm
THE CALIFORNIA LOAN AND TRUST
company, 114 S. Main st., give special at
tention to the making of large loans at low
rates of interest. Also make installment loans
piyable weekly, monthly or quarterly. 5-22 ti
MONEY TO LOAN—FROM 5 TO 2oTeARS,
at 6 per cent; annual, semi-annual or
monthly installments, on city or form property
anywhere in California. For full particulars
call or address IRWIN & BTUCHELL, Room 7,
S. Springst., Los Angeles. 519 lm
6 7, AND 8 PER CENT. MONEY—BONYNGE
, & ZELLNER.IIS South Broadway. 5-19 lm
fti non fwyi _CUKR£NT rates, sir
•tPI-VUU.UUU CURITY LOAN Si TRUST
CO., 123 W. Second St., Burdick block, Los An
geles. W. M. Stimson, Pres. E. F. Spence,
Trcas. 3-29 tf
ONEY TO LOAN ~~
—AT THE—
MAIN-STREET SAVINGS BANK Si TRUST CO
42G South Main street,
On real estate, stocks and bonds.
No commission. 1-16-tI
<Wi T0 LOAN UPON IMPROVED
rjpu\AJ»\J\J\f city and country property: low
est rates; loans made with dispatch. Addresi
the Northern Counties Investment Trust, Ltd..
FRED. J. SMITH, Agent. Pomona. Cal.
ONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTAI ~ DlA
monds, watches, jewelry, pism. , seal
skins, live stock, carriages, bicycle.- nd all
kinds of personal and collateral security. LSI
BROS., 402 8. Spring, mlB-lf
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOIiT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 8. Main st
9-21-tf
MERCHANT TAILORS.
T HAUCH Si CO., PRACTIcI[I~TaTIORs7
JL« 406 South Spring st„ near Fourth.
Having been in the fine tailoring businenfor
over 30 years I am in a position to do the Uuest
work in tailoring of every description. Not
having to pay the exorbltantrentthatup-town
Btores must, my customers get the benefit. I can
positively save you at least 25 per cent. I have
a large assortment of selected foreign and do
mestic goods of the best quality. No trouble to
show them. Come and examine my goods and
Pices 8-9 lm
FOURTH OF JULY.
Headquarters Executive Committee,/
110 West Second St., Lob Angeles. j
The Literary Committee for the celebration
of the Fourth of July invites contributions of
poems to be read on that occasion.
These poems must not contain more than one
hundred lines, and mtißt be signed with a norn
de plume.
The true name of Ihe writer must be enclosed
in a smaller envelope bearing the same norn de
plume sb the poem.
All poems must be addressed to Frank W.
Cherry, secretary Fourth of July committee,
110 West Second street, on or before June 26th,
at 5 o'clock p. m., and the outer envelope to be
marked "Poem."
6-13-14t FRANK W. CHERRY, Secretary.
RAMONA CONVENT,
Los Angeles county, Cal., a branch of the Con
vent of Our Lady of.the Sacred Heart, Oakland,
Cal.
This institution, conducted by the Sisters of
the Holy Names, occupies one of the most
picturesque sites in San Gabriel valley. It has
features of excellence that specially recom
mend it to public patronage. The course of
study embraces the various branches of a solid,
useful and ornamental education.
For particulars, apply to the
3-3 LADY SUPERIOR.
c: w. hopperstead & co.,
Barber Supplies and Cutlery,
123 W. Third St., Los Angeles, Cal.
THE MOST COMPLETE GRINDING PLANT
on the Pacific Coast.
Sole manufacturers of the celebrated Diamond
Festus Razors. China Painting and Burning
done to order. 4-12-3 m
Notice of Receiver's Sale in Insol
vency of Stock of Jewelry and
Fixtures.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY
virtue of an order of sale duly given and
made by the Superior Court of the county of
Los Angeles, state of California, in a proceed
ing In insolvency therein pending, entitled
"In the Matter of Frederick Linde, in Insol
vency." No. 15,389, on the register ol actions
of said court, the undersigned, receiver of the
estate of said insolvent debtor, will, on Mon
day, the 22d day of June, 1891, commencing
at 2 o'clclock p m., and at the store lately con
ducted by said Frederick Linde, No. 212, on
the east side of North Spring street, in the
Temple block, city of Los Angeles, county and
state aforesaid, Bell at public auction, for caßh,
to the highest bidder, the stock of merchandise
and fixtures belonging to said estate, and con
sisting of silver-plated ware, eye-glasses, gog
gles and spectacles, clocks, opera and field
glasses, canes, general assortment of jewelry,
gentlemen's and ladies' watches, counter show
cases, window show cases, counter, mirror,
shelves, chandeliers, stools; also one merchant
jeweler's iron safe, but such safe to be sold only
in the event the court shall decide the same
not to be exempt from sale
An Inventory of said property may be exam
ined upon application to the undersigned at the
office of the sjieriff, old court house, city of Los
Angeles, and permission may be there also ob
tained at proper times to examine the property.
Should a satisfactory offer be received for said
property as a whole (with the exception of said
iron saiej, then the same will be offered in one
lot, otherwise in small parcels to suit purchas
ers, as may be deemed most beneficial to the
estate.
Terms, cash on delivery.
Should said sale not take place, or should the
sale be commenced and not completed on said
day, then the same will be continued to 10
o'clock upon tbe day following, and so on in
like manner until completed.
Dated June 16th, lfeOl.
E. D. GIBSON,
Sheriff of the county of Lob Angeles, and re
ceiver in insolvency of the estate of Frederick
Linde, an Insolvent debtor.
Graves, O'Melveny & Shankland, Attorneys
for Receiver. 6-17 td
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION.
NOTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
examination of teachers will be held by
tbe County Board of Education, in the assem
bly room of the Normal School building, Los
Augeles city, commencing on Monday, june
10,1891, at 10 o'clock a.m. All applicants for
certificates must be present at the commence
ment of the examination.
All teachers holding temporary certificates,
and all applicants for the renewal of certifi
cates, must file their applications with the sec-
the board on or before Saturday, June
Application blanks ma} be had upon applica
tion to the secretary.
By order of the County Board of Education.
W. W. SEAMAN,
6-17-td Secretary.
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