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NEW CASES. Suit to Restrain tne Location of a Saloon. John H. Bryan, the owner of the brick store building at 302 South Spring street, on the southeast corner of Spring and Fourth, has brought an injunction suit against his tenant, B. F. Gardner, to re strain him from subletting the premises to Schaffer & Salter for the purpose oi establishing a saloon there. Bryan alleges that Gardner's lease specifies that no altera'.ions shall be made in the room without the lessor's concent, and forbids sub-letting for objectionable purposes. The plaintiff alleges that he has other property adjoining, the rental value o! which will be greatly depreciated by the establishment of a ealoin here. It will be remembered that Schaffer & Salter were a short time ago granted permission to remove their saloon from East First street to the location in question. Elizabeth A. Spencer and Jos. J. Powers, trustees, vs. L. Hirschfeld et al . commenced suit for the amendment and foreclosure of mortgage on certain de scribed realty in the city of Los Angeles, judgment for $3,100 against J. F. Jack son, and for decree that Elizabeth A. Spencer have a one-third interest in the estate of Addie May Spencer and Mil dred A. Spencer. Mary A. Newman et al. vs. Geo. B. Maldonado and Mary Hentig, com menced suit to quiet title to a certain piece of land known as the "Sutton Place," near El Monte. Jas. Whartenby vs. J. S. Keefer et al. —Suit for judgment against J. S. Keefer for $5,000, witb interest, etc., and fore closure of mortgage on ten acres in the Rancho Azusa de Duarte. Henry H. Metcalf and Anson H. Wood vs. E. C. Hodgeman et. al. commenced suit for judgment against defendants for $350, with interest, etc., and order to sell premises in default of payment. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. An Appropriation for J. De Barth Shorb— Superior Court Koomi. The new Board of Supervisors met yesterday morning. Chairman Perry announced the following standing com mittees : Finance—Supervisors Davis, Little field, Rowan. Hospital—Littlefield, Martin. Davis. Public Buildings—Rowan, Littlefield and Davis. On motion of Supervisor Rowan it was ordered that deputies as per list pub lished in yesterday's Herald be ap pointed. The District Attorney was allowed $00 for rent of rooms from January 7ch, and they were ordered carpeted. The Auditor was allowed a book-keeper at $100 per month, and two deputies at $190 each per month. The matter of court rooms for Justices of the Peace of Los Angeles township was referred to the District Attorney for his opinion as to tbe legality of the claims. A request of G. W. Knox for the ap pointment of additional deputy consta bles was taken under advisement. A petition from Judge Hutton in re gard to his court-room was presented and Supervisors Davis and Martin ap pointed a Committee, to which il was referred. The Clerk was directed to obtain receipts of cost of advertising and con ducting election in the Azusa Irrigating District. A number of outlawed warrants were ordered destroyed. J. De Barth Shorb appeared before the Board and made an address upon the grapevine disease. Three hundred dol lars was appropriated to assist in con tinuing his experiments; also $100 for paying a Secretary for Mr. Shorb. Supervisors Perry, Davis and Martin were appointed a Committee to attend to the matter of arranging rooms for the Superior Court with full power to act. On motion $10,000 was transferred from the unappropriated fund to the general fund ; also $216 from the general road fund to the Ranchito road fund. Adjourned. THE WEYERMAN CASE. Testimony in Regard to tbe mys terious Shooting-. The Weyerman case commenced in Judge Cheney's courtroom yesterday be fore Judge Clark. The following jurors were selected: J. H. Dixon, W. H. Horenson, J. P. Cannon, C. W. March, D. B. Hubbell, I. J. Valliket, George Barnhart, C. J. Morrison, R. H. Pinney, R. B. Bishop, Ed. Roach and H. Maul din. The complaint charging the defendant, Arthur Weyerman, with killing his brother, Bernard Weyerman, on August 21, 1888, was read by the Prosecuting Attorney. The first witness for the prosecution was Mr. J. Phillis, a com positor on the Herald. He testified that he was going home about 1 o'clock on the morning in question. When he reached the corner of Fort and Temple streets he saw a man sitting on the curb stone and another standing near by. They were talking to each other, and when witness passed them he heard one swear at the other in an ordi nary tone of voice. Mr. Phillis walked on, and a moment later heard a pistol shot. He then went back and found deceased on the ground groaning. He said, "I am shot. Who shot me?" Three or four minutes later the defendant and his father reached the spot. The father was under the influ ence of liquor. The officers then came up and deceased was put in a hack and taken home. Officer Bowler testified that he had reached the spot soon after he heard a shot fired, and found deceased on the ground. Shortly after he arrived the father and defendant came upon the scene and both were under the influence of liquor. The next morning deceased said the man who fired the shot waß across the street and ran away, and de fendant when arrested said that he had no pistol. Afterwards defendant said that he had loaned his pistol to a party who was going East. The case was continued until to day. ANXIOUS FARMERS. Tlift Want to Know More About Beet SUK»-r. Tee article in the Monday morning's Hebald announcing that Mr. Spreckeli will put up a $500,000 factory if 5,000 acres are put in beet sugar, is already creating quite a stir ;among the farmers in this section. A number of communi cations have been received at the Cham ber of Commerce asking for instructions how to proceed in the matter, and the members of that body will doubtless in the course of a day or two issue some of ficial notification of proceedure '.to those interested. A prominent land owner, speaking of the industry to a Hekald man yesterday said: "This beet sugar .proposition is one of the finest things ever | THE LOS ANGELES DAI LP HERALD: WEDSTiISUAY MOENIKG, JANUARY 9. I*B9. mooted in Southern California. Why, we have 100,000 acres of land here lying idle that could easily be turning out $200 an acre. IThat would be $20, --000 000 for the raw material alone, then 'he'factories would pay out several mil lions more for labor, transportation, etc.; and then again they would in all prob ability use petroleum for fuel, and an other of our industries would get a help ing hand. I sincerely trust that the Chamber of Commerce will do all in its power to induce the farmers to co-oper ate in this great undertaking." A STEEL VIADUCT. Bis; Work to be Done on San Fernando Street. Surveyors for the cable-cars are hard at work on San Fernando street locating the new lines, and the workmen will doubtless be strung out along that thoroughfare before very long. A Herald man yesterday afternoon called at the offices of the Company for infor mation as to the proposed elevated crossings over the Southern Pacific's tracks, and Mr. Foreman gave the fol lowing explanation. "We will construct a steel viaduct, commencing at about the junction of College and Upper Main streets and running to a point a little south of the Southern Pacific's passen ger depot. This will give us transit over all of the crossings, and on our viaduct we will run two tracks for incom ing and outgoing cars. The viaduct will be supported by single posts, and will be high enough of course for any train to pass underneath. The plans are nut here at present, but I can assure you that the structure will be of credit to the city." Appropriation* for experiments. A few days ago the Hon. J. de Barth Shorb sent a letter to the Board of Super visors describing the work he was doing in trying to find out what is causing the disease which affects not only the grape vines in Los Angeles county, but those of Napa and Sonoma counties. He also asked that the Supervisors give him some assistance in the experiments he was making, and yesterday he appeared before the Supervisors and explained verbally the amount of work that had been done and what he expected would be ascertained by his experiments. The Supervisors decided to appropriate $300 for assisting in the experiments and $100 for his Secretary. marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses were issued by the County Clerk yesterday, as follows: W. M. Wells and Emma Derden. of Los Angeles. Frank G. Hayes and Ella May Sparks, of Downey. Anton Quick, of Los Angeles, and Liz zie Pinte, of New York. Willaid R. Day, of San Diego, and Emma L. Hubbard, of Tustin City. Edward Stoll and Helen Bollinger, of University. Quam You and Ah Kirn, of Los Ange les. Jesus G. Klias and Tofila Leiva, of Los Angeles. A Nest of Tramps. Yesterday afternoon the attention of the police was called to a crowd of tramps who were congregated in the vicinity of Naud's warehouse and were annoying pedestrians by demanding money. The whole crowd were under the influence of liquor and their behavior was such as to strike terror into tbe heart* of several timid persons who hap pened Blong. The patrol wagon and several officers were sent to the spot and the tramps found themselves surrounded before they had a chance to escape. They wero charged with vagrancy. Pullman Passengers. The following Pullman passengers left yesterday for Sun Francisco and the East: By the 1:30 r. m. train—C. Gee, Mies Lizzie Breaker, G. J. Guth.C. E. Patrick, I. P. Hertz, J. D. Bicknell, W. H. How ard, J. S. Conwell, T. G. Walkington, Mr. Knapp, Mr. Betzel, Mr. Perry, Mr. Koch, Captain Banning, Miss Lomax, Mr. Betze, Mr. McKnight. By the 10:30 p. m. train—T. M. Frazer, C. Forest, D. S. Dray, Father King, Sister Elizabeth, Mr. Butt. A New Tariff. A reweastbound transcontinental tariff numbered 19, will go into effect to-day, supplanting tariff No. 17, is sued on January Ist. The new rates are practically the same as those now in use only a few slight corrections having been made. No. 17 was rather a puzzling schedule to the agents, for in a good many items, it was not known whether the rates were for California terminals only, or for intermediates also. The new tariff quotes the querulus rates as strictly terminals. Tbe Big: Wharf. Work on the big wharf at San Pedro will be resumed very soon now. Ad vices were received yesterday that the $30,000 creosoting plant from Germany had reached Oakland and will be dis patched here forthwith. The piles have been at San Pedro for some time past, so there is nothing to delay operations when the plant arrives. We are informed that hams of an in ferior quality are being offered for sale by certain merchants in this city, who represent them to be genuine "Lilly" bams. Do not be deceived; see that every ham you buy is branded the "Lilly." Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica. This pooular seaside resort will be opened January 3rd. J. W. Scott, Lessee. Latest designs in white, gold and silver mouldings for picture framing. Chas. F. Sloane &Co 220 S. Spring street . The Best and Lightest Bread is made from Crown Flour. Just What You Want. Gas stoves, for heating and cooking, at S. M. Perry's 30 South Main street. Notary Public and Commissioner For New York and Arizona, G. A. Dobinson 134 West Second street. Hollenbeck Block. Go to N.M. Perry's For anything you want in the way of gas fix tures, plumbing goods, etc. No. 30 South Main ■S, Bath tnbs made to order. Good Health and Appetite Always follow the continued use of Crown Flour. Deafness, Noises In the Ears. Dr. Slooum, No. 320 South Main Itrvet Disease! of the eye, ear, throat and nose exclu sively. Free consultation f rom 9a. ■. to 5 p «. "Paint your buggy for $1," at Mathews. Decrease If our Doctor* Bills By using Crown Flow. Hotel Arcadia, Hants fflonlca, Will open January 3rd. J. W. Scott, Lessee. KTBDIOAE.. DR. STEINHART'S Essence of Life Bold for 30 yean In Enrope and on tbe Pacific Coaat ESBENCB OF LIFE cures permanently tbe worst cases of nervous debility, physical weak ne s, exhausted vitality, youthful abuses, ex cesses, and the like Diseases of men however induced and no matter how inveterate, speed ily, thoroughly nid permanently cured by the ESSENCE OF LIFE. PRICES—S2 50, in liquid or pill form, or five times the quantity, $10. DR. STEIN HART, lOfr N. \» . Cor. First and Spring St*., Room 11, opposite Nadeau House. Office Hocus—9 a. m.to 3 p. M.; •to 1 T. a. Sunday—lo to 1 o'clock. SYPHILIS, Gonorrhoea and skin diseases treated and cured by a graduated specialist. Office hours from 10 to 11, at 109, northwest corner First and Spring room 12. Advice and treatment by mail. Address. SPECIALIST. TUB KNIFE JTIEST WO! I»K. A. BRINK Diseases of Women a Specialty CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY. RECTAL ULCERATION, CATARRHAL CON ditionsof the RECTUM and INTESTINAL TRACT poison the blood, interfere with diges tion and assimilation, producing so-called CONSUMPTION. By removing the cause we continue to cure this when all others fall. TJILES, FISTULA, FIBBURE, RECTAL UL- X cers, cured without Cutttug, Ligating, Burn ing or Swallowing Medicine, by DR. A. W. BRINKF.RHOFF'S Bure and Painless System of operating. No chloroform or ether used. drß-More than 150,000 operations and not onedeath. the old, palnfnl carbolic treat ment-it is dangerous. Consultation free. C. EDGAR SMITH, M. D. Removed to cor. Main and Seventh street, Rr.barts' block. n3O-3m TO THE UNFORTUNATE. (52:iKearuy Street. Cn, " n " r of^CommercUl, ness, Impotcncy and Lob' Manhood permanent ly onred. The sick and afflicted should not fall to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex tensively In Europe' and inspected thoroughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable information, which he is com petent to impart to those In need of his services. The Doctor cures where others fail. Try him. DR. GIBBON will make no charge unleßS he effects a cure. Persons at» distance CURED AT HOME. All communications strictly confiden tial. All letters answered in plain envelopes, Send ten dollars for a package of medicine. Call or write. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San Francisco, Cal. Mention Los Angeles Herald. dlO tf Radical Cure FOR RUPTURE NEVER |No Knife. I F A I E D R E ■ No Chloroform. OR i DEATH. | No Pain. Only Surgeon operating thus in Stato. Over 500 Operations a Success Can refer to many cases in city. Appointments made at a distance. FREE CONSULTATION. DRS. D. & B, Los Angeles, Cal. N. Spring St. ialtf FRENCH CHARLEY'S OCCIDENT STABLES. (100 S. MAIN ST, foot of Third St.) LOS ANGELES. Buggies and Carriages, Ladies' Saddle Horses, etc , always in Readiness for Careiul Customers. HorscsJßought and Sold, Boarded and Kept at Reasonable Rates. F.:A. URBAN, Prop Telephone 163- jaOtf NOTICE. For Sale. Cheap, For Cash, —ONE OF THE LARGEST— HOTEL RANGES Made by Baker Iron Works; cost $105; and two of a medium size,sloo each; also one St Louis Stand Range. W H. LEVY. SECOND HAND DEALER, 118 to 118 Upper main street. jl!-lm LION & SONS OFFER SPECIAL PRICES AT PRESENT TO CARPET BTJYE RS. Fine Citrus Fruit Land! WITH WATER, Will be given to parties desiring to plant either citrus or deciduous fruit or vines, on favorable terms. Address, Cucamonga Land <A Imp't Co.. Room 7, No. 11 lemnleSt., Los Angeles, Cal l J3 lm MISCELEANKOtS L PURE TOT pfPHICEs r S CREAM * ni Q \OWDE" 1 EXTRACTS Wsed by the tJniten States Government. Endorsed by the heads of trie urear, universities and Public Food Analysts, as the Slron(rest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's DoTtaions Flavorlug Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc., do not contain Poisonous Oils or Chemicals. PKllili BAKINM FDWDRH CO. New York. Chicago. St. Louis. f^^wli¥! Thosewho haveused war ! I X ' tr» fl •V? U t |! giving sa* is faction, and a customer with Brou I~\ I L pa B ffs, [ chitis says it is the only remedy that gives in Hr 3 [i ■ Stsnt relief "—Serrkll, <Si Cover, Druggists Rive " ide ' cai - fl Cii'O R tTvV S * * the P lcttsllr e to inform yoo ggfSggaS m y f, V_> ! naVCthat your preparations are meeting :}:•'>.' (\ \ \ \ with large sales. ******* We hear | W I Nothing but praise « fy%X?p? \-~f A j" them."- N'aai uiK.s & Co., Druggists, Visalla *' r j v [j f~-~~ V -: That It will accomplish the end desired In al! ?s£Sg£&s&* Ifl £• «a=-i.j=w#.'i affections of the Throat and Lungs and you not 5 "*,'a>|"¥-v ttc rr r-\ v rPb -J* 1 ' - It wi 11 on 'y will not be without it yourself, \W If K\(nZ o'rV- 11 Wlll but will recommend it to others, at JL \J / 1 thousands have done who have tried everything j£ r ~*l' r". _ „ , else iv vain, money is no object where health is *<f0 MSUMFTIWP ! COnVIDCe yOU s~s \V! H^ l 4 V* y» ' I purchafe a remedy that will stand between you Ac) TO QwiTi-fl H fllirHS and one of the most droaded of human ills. iObRiS 'I Is prepared only by the ABIETINK MEDICAI I ' ! Mr-Circulars sent free, containing detailed •Sender SA-NTA. ABIE ABI Ell N E MUh <MJMML2. t For Sale by C. H. HANCE, 77 and 79 North Spring Street, F. W. BRAUN & CO., WHOLESALE AGENTS. sB-12m LOS ANGELES, Furnish Your Home FROM THE LARGEST STOCK. Cabinets, Divans, Pedestals, Chairs, Writing Desks, Sofas, Music Stands, Mirrors, Easels, Rugs, Screens, Portieres. REED AND RATTAN CHAIRS In all kinds of woods, any style of finish. In endless variety. WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS ESTABLISHMENT IN THE LINE OF FURNITURE, Carpetings, ShgLcLes. Cuii*tains and Draperies. Los Angeles Furniture Company, 259—261 N. MAIN ST., opposite Baker Block. d! 3 lm ALL FOR 35 CELSTTS. The Chicago Manufacturing Jewelers' Association, 281 NORTH MAIN STREET. This exhibition consists of Roll, OreiUe and Roman Gold Goods of our own make, such as Rhine Stone Ear Drops, Lace Pins, Opera Chains, Bracelets, Lockets, Initisl Pins. Cuff and Collar Buttons, Neck and Vest Chains, Scarf Pins, Plain Band and Bangle Rings, SOLID SOLD BABY RINGS, Mexican Oxydixed Wnlte Metal and Amber Hair and Breast Pins, and a thousand other useful and ornamental articles of JEWELRY too numerous to mention. These goods will be Sold at the Uniform Price of 85 Cents for eaeli article. Remember, we are advertising our goods, and therefore sell you $1 and $1.50 goods for 25c. in order to Introduce them in this vicinity. TWENTY THOUSAND ARTICLES 13 THE LIMITED AMOI7UNT SOLD AT 25c. BASH. Ureat Bargains are offered In our SOc, Wl and ■> Department*. N. B. Great bargains offered In Solid Gold and Silver Watches. Diamonds, all kinds of Mexican and Filigree Jewelry of every description. Big bargains offered in Heavy Plated Silverware, such as Knives, Forks, Table and Tea Spoons. Special bargains offered In the newly discovered French Quarts Diamonds. TO BE GIVEN A WAV on New Year's Day. Each person purchasing $3 woith of goods, is entitled to a FREE DRAWING in our SBs(i SET OE SIEVERWAtcE, which is on exhibition at our store. ALASKA CRYBTALINE SPECTACLES, the best $1 Eye-Glasses and Spectacles on earth. Have your eyes examined Free of charge by PROF. CHAB. HUGHES, Consulting Optician. dl 2 cod PACIFIC COAST AUENCV FOR FEANK HENDERSON, KALAMAZOO, MICH., Manufacturer of Society Regalia, Costumes, Paraphernalia and Uniforms. The Finest Goods in the Market. Give us a trial and you will have uo cause to regret having done so. F. H. COY, Manager, 118 W. First St., Los Angeles. F. O. BOX 3,191. d293m| REAE ESTATE, New Subdivision FRONTING ON FIGTJEROA, WASHINGTON AWD OCEAN STREETS. LOTS FOR SALE AT OK PER CENT LESS Qt' THAN ADJOINING PROPERTY. £® Tbe snrrouudlngs of this tract are already the finest In the city, and MR. I. W. HELLMAN Reserves three lota for a HANDSOME RBBI DENCE, which, when completed, will far sur pasß auything at present built here. IWThese lots have never before been of fered for sale. EAST TERM--' LONG TIME! LOW INTEREST! Apply to C. A. SIMNEB, & CO. 64 North Wain St. * d! 7» For Saielrlxcliaug^ A Strata CalifOToia Home. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A SOUTHERN California home and farm; an improved 20 -acre tract in the highest state of cultivation, in Tustiu, Los Angeles county. Cal. The property consisu of one ucre in navel oranges, which sell for $4 to $i 3 per box. aud are very choice; on* acre blackberries, which bring 10 cents per pound; four acres apricots; five ares French prunes; one acre alfalfa; seven acres corn; bal auce in different fruits enough for family use. The trees are six years old and coming into fine bearing, and all are of the best kinds. The soil iB a fine chocolate loam of great depth and cannot be surpassed for richness The A.,T. & Santa Fe and 8. P. roads both have their stHt'nns in the vicinity, thus giving easy access to all markets. There is a plain, cheap cot tage of nine rooms and bath with closet; a large barn and well. Twenty shares of water stock go with the place. There is abundance of water for irrigation. Thi- climate Is all that one could wish for. There are good school and church privileges. The bare land adjoining was sold last year for (f350 per acre, and the land opposite was sold iv lots for $1,000 per acre. A family can make money living on the place. Tustiu is distant two milos from Santa Ana and thirty miles south from Los Angeles. Two trains rnn daily to Sauta Aua from los Angeles. A horse-car line runs between Tustin and Santa Ana This property is about 10 minutes walk from the bank and postofflce in Tustin. Tbia place is offered only on account of uou-reßi dence, and is ore of the best pieces of land In tbe beautiful Santa Ana valley. luquirefor Mrs Hagthrop of Mrs. Crafts, whe live near the postofflce, and they will show any one who desires to examine the property. Lands in San Joaquin valley, or bnsinoßS property in any large Eastern city, or desirable mining property in Arizona for a larger amount will be taken in exchange Prise, $9,000. Anply to W. J. <.UNN, 410 Montgomery st., San Francisco, Cal. d 31-lm RAMONA! The Gem of the San Gabriel Valley. Only Three Miles from City Limits of Los Angeles. Property of San Gabriel Wine Co., Original Owners. LOCATED AT SHORB'S STATION, On line of S. P. R. R. and San Oabriel Valley Rapid Transit R. R., Prom 10 to 15 minutes to the Plaza, Los An geles City. CHEAPEST SUBURBAN TOWN LOTS, VILLA SITES, OR ACREAGE PROPERTY. POPULAR TERMS. PUREST SPRING WATER Inexhaustible quantities guaranteed. Apply at Office of SAN GABRIEL WINE CO., Ramona, Los Angeles county, Cal. Or to J. M. TIERNAN, Ramona. Tt.f NEW BARGAINS. FIGUEROA BTREET, corner Diamond street—loox2oo $4,000 FIGUEROA STREET, corner Simpson street—l3ox2oo 3,500 FLO WER STREET, between Courthouse and First streets, street and lot graded—ooxlos 2,350 SISTERS OF CHARITY TRACT, six lots—so feet front each, for all 6,000 NINTH STREET, between Willow and Holmes streets, cottage, four rooms, hard finish, lawn, etc.—Lot 52x155 to alley 4,500 VENTURA STREET, between Logan street and Vernon avenue, house on rear of lot, two stories, five rooms- Lot 55x120 2,500 MONTAGUE STREET, 150 feet from Main, house two stories, uinc rooms, hard finish, all modern conveniences, cement walk—Lot 50x125 3,600 Forty acres in CALIFORNIA CO-OP ERATIVE COLONY, per acre 60 For tli. sc and many oilier bar* gains, sec POMEROY <fc GATES, 16 COURT MTU ', r. Los Angeles and San Diego REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Northwest corner First and Fort Street. (Board of Trade Building). Have for Sale— A Haifa. Lands, Fruit Farms, Stock Farms and Ranches. Huudreds of Choice Dwelling Houses and Lots. Have for Rent— A long list of houses in every port of the city. Have for Loan Money In sums to suit. JOHN C. ILOIIRNOT, dl4tf Secretary. manter & wilson; OF DELANO, KERN CO., CAL., —HAVE SEVERAL THOUSAND ACRES —or— First-Class Alfalfa Land WITHIN THE ARTESIAN BELT, IN KERN AND TULARE COUNTIEB, FOR SALE AT VERY LOV PRICES. Come and see, and you will not go away with out purchasing. d 22 3m* FOX BALE 7 THE Deste Tract, On Washington Street, about Two Miles "West of City, divided;into one and btve acre lots, Terms reasonable. Apply to E. DESTE, d27tf 423 W. SEVENTH BT.