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THE GRAPE DISEASE.
It la Widespread, but will be Sup
praised shortly.
Editoks Herald : The subjoined let
ter from Mr. Robert McPheraon, of this
county, speaks for itself. It is offered
for publication as a justification of Mr.
Mcpherson's statement of the existence
of the grape disease at Fresno, and also
to give such information to those people
as may enable them to protect their
vineyards. I have an all-abiding faith
that before the vines come out in leaf
again we can name remedies which will
protect all vines not affected, and, possi
bly, save those which are not too far
gone.
Respectfully yours,
J. Dk Barth Siiobb.
P. S. —Last week's examination of
canes sent to us from Santa Ctara county
established tbe fact that they unfortu
nately have the same disease there, a
fact which has been duly communicated
to the Commission. J. D. B. S.
McPherson, January 31st, 1888.
Mr. J. De Barth Shorb, San Gabriel, Cal.:
Dear Sra—l have your favor of the
21st, and note that you desire me to
state what I know of the existence of the
mysterious vine trouble in Fresno. I
will say, in plain terms, I spent but one
day among the vineyards at Fresno, but
made as much of the time as I could. I
drove to a number of vineyards and
brought away specimens that showed the
disease, as we "have it very plainly. I
not only found the leaf signs, but I also
found canes that had dropped, the leaves
and the cane still holding green, as in
the early part of the season. This latter
condition is very common in vineyards
where the disease is well advanced. I
am not alone in my opinion that the dis
ease is in Fresno, for a party
from Orange quite early in the sea
son, passing that country, made tbe
statement that it existed at Fresno.
Also Mr. Wm. Van Doren, a vineyardist
in this valley, who was for a number of
years our foreman, while foreman for
Mr. Chas. Leslie at Fresno, last fall sent
affected leaves home to his family, and
these leaves were examined by a number
in our valley, aud by all the leaves were
considered affected by the same disease
as our own vines. I have it from others
also. I met several parties while I was
in San Francisco and San Jose, and when
I described the disease they were able to
recognize the disease as existing in their
midst, and that the result was more
discernible last year than the year
previous. Now, while our vineyards are
very seriously affected, and without a
remedy will soon be worthless, lam
not going to say that the disease will
surely cause the same destruction at
Fresno as here. The climate may be in
their favor there. This is only con
jecture. I hope tbey may not be
troubled more than tbey now are. lam
very sorry to see that the people there
feel so tender on this subject. I only
wish that some one had shown me what
this disease was about two years ago.
Hoping that you and our friend Professor
Dowlingmay find the remedy for all your
trouble. lam yours very truly,
Robert McPherson.
THE POLICE COMMISSION.
Several ITutsnportaut matters Con
sidered *e»terday.
The Police Commissioners met yester
day afternoon, Mayor Brvson in the
chair and Councilman Kuhrts and Chief
Cooney present.
Or. Choate appeared and stated that
Officer Dorsey had contracted a sickn ess
in the pursuit of his duty, and he had
recommended that his salary be allowed,
as provided by ordinance. He was di
reeled to have the matter taken before
the Council first.
The applications of P. Welch and M.
Faure for changes of saloon licenses were
referred to the Chief for investigation.
Licenses were granted to G. Kurtzer
and C. Mehl.
Dr. Bryant's resolution, introduced in
the Council and referred to the Police
Commission, in reference to the suppres
sion of gambling, came up. Mr. Kuhrts
said that the games were being raided
properly by the Chief, and that over 90
arrests had been made for gambling dur
ing January.
Officer Bosqui appeared and asked to
be appointed as a special, but was in
formed that there were no vacancies.
The Board then adjourned.
WILSON'S PEAK.
A Telescope to be Placed Tbere
Temporarily.
Fifteen men were put to work Tuesday
morning on what is known as Wilson's
trail, that is the road leading to the sum
mit of Wilson's Peak, where the big
telescope and observatory is to be
located. It is given out that tbe 13-inch
lens telescope which was sent out to the
Wilsons in charge of Professor Pickering,
so that that gentlemen could witness the
eclipse of the sun, is to be brought to
Wilson's Peak inside of three weeks. It
will only be there about six or seven
months, however, as it is then to go to
South America with an astronomical
expedition in charge of Professor Picker
ing. The telescope which weight) two tons
is now being boxed for shipment to thin
city, and will arrive in a few days, and
meantime Mr. N. C. Carter and Judge
Eaton, who have been appointed a com
mittee to arrange for its handling in thit>
district, will have everything ready for
its reception. The trail by which the
observatory will be reached commences
at Carterhia, at the end of Baldwin ave
avenue, and will be iv good condition in
a few days.
THE M'LMTD CASE.
The Defense Introduces Its Testi
mony.
The case of Mrs. McLaud against tbe
Councilmen and Dr. Hagan is slill on
trial before Judge Wade and a jury.
Judge Wade, at tbe morning session,
dismissed the case as to Mayor Work
man and the Councilmen, and tbe de
fendants remaining were Dr. Hagan and
his assistants. These defendants intro
duced testimony to show that every pre
caution had been taken to remove the
deceased Ida Searles from ber home in
safety to the pest house, and that every
thing was done that was possible after
she got there to make her comfortable.
Testimony was also introduced to show
that she would have died even if she had
staid at home; that she lived in a tene
ment bouse in which there were other
families, and that it was for the public
safety that she was removed. Tbe case
will probably be completed to-day.
OUT OP WOKK.
Tne Free Labor Agency Opened
Yesterday.
Tho free labor and employment office
conducted by Mr. B. Febnemann at No.
148,'e South Spring street opened at noon
Tuesday. From the moment its doors
were thrown ajar until the hour of clos
ing, at 4p. m., a long line of applicants
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MORITCNG. FEBRUARY 7. 1889.
to register kept Mr. Fehnemann and his
assistants busy. At the termination of
the day's business the record showed
that 270 men and 33 women had regis
tered for all sorts and descriptions of em
ployment, and twelve positions bad been
furnished The operators of the agency
wish that everyone who desires to em
ploy labor of any description, for any
length of time, even for a day or an hour,
will let them know, and they will see
that their wants are supplied immedi
ately. No charges are made either on
the employer or the employed.
THE COURTS.
Wednesday, February 6, 1889.
Department No. 2 -('lurk, J.
The estate of Samuel Morley, deceased
—Will admitted to probate; bond,
$3,000.
Department 3—Wade, J.
Thomas vs. Jameson—Motion granted
and order signed and filed.
Holyoke vs. Hugus—Passed for the
session, in pursuance of stipulations
filed.
Stump vs. South Side Irrigation Com
pany—Ten days' further time allowed to
defendant to answer.
L. McLain vs. South Side Irrigation
Company—Ten days' further time al
lowed defendant to answer.
Mattie and J. F McLand vs. W. H.
Workman et al.—On trial.
Department 4—Van Dyke, J.
Nettleton vs. Belvidere School District
—On trial.
Smith et al. vs. Phoenix Insurance
Company—Cause ordered submitted on
briefs, and twenty days allowed to each
side.
Same plaintiffs vs. American Insurance
Com pany—Same.
Smith et al. vs. Pennsylvania Insur
ance Company—Same.
Breakey vs. Lemmert—Smith, Howard
& Smith and A. W. Hutton substituted
as attorneys for defendant in place of H.
M. Smith.
Los Angeles Improvement Company
vs Bonebrake et al. —Decree signed and
filed in open court.
Dos Angeles Improvement Company
vs. Bonebrake et al.—Same.
Soule vs. Soule—Decree signed and
filed in open court.
O'Melveny vs. (Juirada—Same.
New Caaea.
Louis Sloss et al. brings suit against A.
Y. Loomis et al. to quiet title to certaiu
property in which defendants claim an
interest.
James B. Roberts sues Martin G.
Aguirre to recover property to the value
of (450, alleged to be illegally seized by
defendant.
Silvanus White sues Morris Albre et
al. to recover $377, seecured by mortgage
and for foreclosure.
E. H. Boyd sues H. P. Matthewson to
recover $2,134 56 due on promissory
notes granted by defendant.
THE FIRE BOARD.
A Short Session with a Small
Amount of Buslneaa.
The Fire Commissioners held a short
session yesterday morning, Mayor Bry
son, Councilmen Kuhrts and Hanley and
Chief Moriarty and Assistant Miles
present.
A petition of property owners in the
vicinity of South Main and Jefferson
streets for a fire hydrant was referred to
the Chief.
A resolution offered by Councilmon
Threlkeld to have larger mains placed on
Boyle avenue, Chicago and Soto streets,
Boyle Heights, was referred to the Chief,
to consult wi h the water company.
A petition to have a hydrant placed at
the west end of the Buena Vista-street
bridge and one at the junction of Buena
Vista and Solano streets, was referred to
the Council.
Mrs. C. D. Luccock requested permis
sion to erect a small portable gallery, for
photographic business, on Spring street,
between Fifth and Sixth, on a lot now
occupied as a wood and coal yard. Re
ferred to the Chief.
The Mayor called the attention of the
Board to the egress of Mott Hall. The
Chief was instructed to look into the
mater, as well as several other places of
amusement, churches and public halls.
The Supervisors.
The Board of Supervisors met yester
day, pursuant to adjournment, all mem
bers present.
A petition of the publishers of the Court
Journal was placed on file.
Monday, the 11th inst., was set for the
hearing of a petition from J. W. Scott,
asking for the franchise for a street rail
road from Santa Monica to the Soldiers'
Home.
Messrs. Stafford, Sweitzer and Vawter
were appointed appraisers of the Penn
sylvania Avenue Extension road, which
will be declared a public highway on
presentation of the proper deeds.
The name of the Santa Monica boule
vard and Washington etre -t was, on mo
tion, changed to National Boulevard.
*>A warrant for $600 was ordered drawn
in favor of Mrs. Coronel on presentation
of a proper deed for Washington street,
the Palms and Santa Monica boulevard.
H. S. Chapellear and J. C. Ray were
appointed deputy sheriffs at a salary of
$100 a mouth each.
li was agreed to lease safes for tha use
of tbe Treasurer for two years at a rental
of $80 per month.
The contract for supplying meat to the
County hospital was transferred from W.
B. Clinton to Mr. Cohn.
The contract for building the Santa
Anita bridge was awarded to Steadman
& Smith on the usual conditions.
Supervisor Perry was appointed a com
mittee to attend to the foundation of
Judge Yenable's house on Temple
street.
G. W. Knox was employed to collect
from the State the per capita tax on
aged indigents at the same rate as here
tofore allowed.
Reconsideration of the motion of yes
terday in regard to a certified check was
allowed.
Supervisor Martin moved that here
after a check for $50 accompany all bids
for bonds to cover tbe expense of print
ing and advertising, in case such may be
necessary.
A petition from E. A. De Camp, ask
ing for a supply of maps, was ordered
placed on file.
B. Fehnen.ann was allowed the use of
tbe old benches, formerly used as the
seats of the old pioneers.
Adjourned till to-day at 10 o'clock.
Marriage License*.
The following licenses to wed were
issued by the County Clerk yesterday:
Harry Chandler, a native of New
Hampshire, and Magdalena Schlador, a
native of Texas.
Henry Edward Ellenberger, a native
of England, and Charlotte Matilda Dey,
a native of New York. »
William Seekatz, a native of Germany,
and Alice M. Baker, a native of Indiana.
Samuel L. Burger, a native of Illinois,
aud Belle B. Wilson, a native of Missis
sippi.
Decrease Your Doctor's Bills
By using Crown Flonr.
$75 Residence Lots.
Water piped, fine trees set, in city, on car
line. H. M, Ames, 9 N. Maiu ttreet.
The Best and Lightest Bread
lls made from Grown Flour.
Wanted.
The pronrietors of Home St Abel's White
Pine Balsam, would like to hear from any pur
chaser of tbelr medicine who has not found
It to be the most efficient remedy for coughs,
colds, whooping c;ugh, croup or any lung
ditficulty that has ever been devised. Bemem
bor the name. Home <Si Abel's White Pine Bal
sam. For Bale by all druggists. Price, 25 cents
and SI,

At Joe Pohelm's, the Tailor,
Commencing January 12th, I will make suits to
order at a genuine reduction of 10 per cent, to
my original price of 25 per cent , this reduc
tion to continue for sixty days only. 49 and
51 South Spring street, 263 North Main street
Take advantage of the liberal discounts of
fered in clothing, furnishing goods, etc , at
corner Spring and First, Mullen, Bluett <fc Co.
The Oldest Brand on the Coast.
Crown Flour. Try it.
E. Adam's, the Clothier,
15 South Spring street.
Suits $9.03, worth $15.
suits $9.09, worth $18.
Suits $9.99, woith $20.
Suits $9.99, worth 822.
No Dyspepsia
When you use Crown Flour.
Two Brothers.
For n good breakfast and fine coffee goto the
Two Brothers' Restaurant, No. 20 East Second
street. Meal ticket, 21 meals, $4.
The Cheapest and Beat
For tbe cheapest and best-fitting suits go to
Gordan Bros,, 22 South Spring Btreet.
D. C. Roberts,
"The City Optician," has removed to 18 South
Sp.ing street.
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica.
This popular seaside resort Is now open.
J. W. Scott, Lessee.
There Is No Place Like Home,
but wbat is home without Crown Flonr.
Mrs. Dr. Minnie Wells,
Has removed to 400 Fort street, corner Fifth.
Uterine and rectal diseases a specialty; radical
change felt from first treatment. Examination
free.
Everybody Paints Their Floor
With Senour's floor paint. It dries hard over
night. Six shades. For sale by J.M-Black
burn, 310 South Spriug street.
Gas Fixtures! Gas Fixtures!
The largest stock of gas fixtures in the city;
the most beautiful pa terns at S. M. Ferry's,
No. 30 South Main street.
Drifted Snow,
California roller flour. "Get the best." Sey
mour & lohuson Company, corner First and
Fort strsets,
TENTS at Foy's harness Shop, 217 Lor Angeles
street.
POI I : ■< 11. UARD.
To the Voters Eighth WardT
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
the office of Councilman for the Eighth
Ward, subject to the action of the Democratic
Convention.
f3 P. N. O'DONNKLL.
It is to the interest of the
voters of the NINTH WARD,
irrespective of party, to see that
R, B. YOUNG,
The Architect, is elected to
represent them in the Council.
12 7*
COIjNCILMAN.
R. E. WIRSCHING
Announoes himself as
Candidate for Councilman
from the Ninth Ward,
object to the decision of the Republican Con
vention. ja29 7»
Dissolo ? ion ofOo-partnership
Lob Amoeles, January 28,1889.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE PART
nershlp heretofore existing between James
Velsir and J. J. Lawton,under the firm name
of the
California Coal and Wood Co.
Doing business
At IOS East Eighth Street,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, James
Velsir retiring from the business, leaving J. J.
Lawton, who has assumed all debts and lial.il
ities. ja3;i7*
DAVID MULREIN,
— MANUFACTURER OF—
Artificial Stone Paving,
Side Walks, Garden Walks, Cellar Floors and
Fronts done in the neatest manner.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Call at or address
510 Beaudry Aye., near Temple St.
ja26 lm
Tne Western Intelligence Office,
J. VII,I,HOT ie CO.,
Employment and Rental Bureau.
Business conducted on a strictly fair and
square basis.
Give ns a call at 3C% 8. SPRING ST. (Upstairs),
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Separate apartment for Ladies. ja 191 m
FRENCH CHARLEY'S
OCCIDENT STABLES,
(100 S. MAIN BT, foot of Third St.)
LOB ANGELE3.
Buggies and Carriages, Ladies' Saddle Horses,
etc., always in Readiness for Careful
Customers.
Horses Bongh; and Sold, Boarded and Kept st
Reasonable Rates.
r. A. URBAN, Prop
Telephone 163 fe6t,f
Garey's Nursery
FRUIT TREES and
ORNAMENTAL SHRUBBERY,
TREES, ROSES, FLOWERS, PLANTS AND
GENERAL NURSERY STOCK,
43-45 South Main Street,
Ja23lm ANDREW T. GAREY, Proprietor.
O. B. FULLER & CO,
(Successors to McLain A Lehman.)
Pioneer Truck and Transfer Co.
No. 3 Market St., Los Anoeles, Cai.
Sale and Piano Moving. All kinds ol Truck Work
Telephone 137. 11 tf
THE DAILY ARB WEEKLY HERALD.
HERALD
Daily and "Weekly,
THE
Leading Journal
OF
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Established Fifteen Years Ago.
Published Under One Management and Policy Con
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HOW MANY WAYS CAN THIS BE READ?
<jjj»HE LOS ANGELES HERALD IS BY ALL ACKNOWLEDGED
have been the prime factor in the discovery and making known oi the
resources of this section. To its sagacious outgivings more than to any
other agency our marvelous development is attributed.
THE HERALD has from its inception watched with a single eye
the budding industries of this portion of the State. For each good en
terprise this journal has at all times had a word of cheerful encourage
ment. In spite of the skeptical, it has survived to see all of its earlier
predictions fullfilled to the letter.
THE HERALD to-day takes the lead in all respects among tha
papers of Southern California. Its first care still is the material, intel
lectual and social interests of its section. It aims to be truthful rather
than over-zealous in its publication of news; to be conservative rather
than over-sensational, in its policy; to be clean and decent, respecting
the eacred precincts of the home and fireside, rather than indecently
salacious in its tone.
THE HERALD gets all the news from all quarters of the globe
with promptness accuracy and dispatch. Its local staff is energetic
and well-trained to miss nothing of real importance to its readers. It is
always alive to all public enterprises.
THE HERALD still takes pride in aiding any legitimate material,
intellectual or social movement which will benefit the people. No other
journal in this section approaches it in those important respects.
For a Clean Family Paper Take the Herald I
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WOOD A KID I,I'TIBER YARDS.
NEW HOUSE.
Wagon Material, Hardwood,
Iron, Steel,
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools,
Cabinet Woods, etc.
JOHN WmMORE k 00.
13 ana 14 Sonth Los Anarclea Street.
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SCHALLERT-ttANAHL
LUMBER COMPANY.
MAIN OmOB AND YARD —
Corner First and Alameda Streets,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
BRANCH YARDS—
East Los Angeles Lumber Yard, oor. Hoff and
Water streets.
Washington-street Lumber Yard, oor. Washing
ton street and Qrand avenue.
Garvansa Lnmber Yard. Qarvanis. j 28tf
J. A. Hendsrson President
J. K. smueb Vice-Pres. and Treas,
Wm. F. Marshall Secretory,
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
LOMBERJMMPANY.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office and yard, 180 East First St., Los '"ffrVtti
J 19-tf
J. M. fcJrifflth. President. .
H. O. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Trees.
T. E. Nichols, Secy. E. L. Chandler, Ba.pt.
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
LUMBER DEALERS.
, And Manufacturers ol
Doora, Wlndowa, Blinds. Stairs,
Mill work of every description.
539 N. Alameda St., Eos Angeles.
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KKBCKUOFF-CIIZNEB
Mill and Lumber Company.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
L U M B E R!
Tarda at Ban Pedro (Wharf), Los Angelas
(Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Pnenta, La
manda, Monrovia, Asnsa, Glendora. Lords
burg, Burbank.
Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon
rovia. n2Vtf
Western Lumber Co.
YARD!
Cor. Ninth and San Peuro Streets.
LIIHBKK of all class can be had at this yard,
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D. B. ROZELL. A. EOIXLL
ROZELL BROS.,
—DEALERS IN—
Lumber and Building Material.
Yard corner Main and Jefferson Sts.,
Telephone No. 745. Ijos Angeles, CaL
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PERRY, MOTT & COS
Lumber Yards
AND PLANING MILLS,
N0.76 Commercial Street. fl-tf
WOOD AN IS COAL.
Wholesale and. Retail.
COAL.
Charcoal, Wood, Coke.
The above to be always had at the lowest
prices at
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Coal and Wood Co.,
OFFICE: COR. SECOND AND SPRING BTS.,
Bryson-Bonebrnke Building (basement).
Telephonic 1,023.
YARD: COR. JACKSON AND ALAMEDA STS.,
Telephone 315.
Special Inducements given to Hotels,
Restaurants and the trade.
We are prepared to deliver Greta ooal la
lots to snit at a low figure. d2O 12m
Coal, Coal.
The undersigned have several cargoes ol
Wellington,
Greta,
Scotch Splint,
Wallsend
—AND—
COKE
Due and some discharging, Is prepared to sett
in CARLOAD LOTS on track.
Liberal Discount to tne Trade.
Also has PORTLAND CEMENT, PIG IRON
and FIRE BRICK for sale.
For further particulars inqnire of
J. J. MELLUS,
Jstf 331 Los Angeles Street.
Now is the Time to
Purchase Coal.
To make room for cargoes of coal now dae,
the Los Angeles Gas Company offer for sale at
their yard, Aliso Btreet, best hand pleked
Australian Greta and Wallsend Coals at(M3.5O
PER TON, In quantities of not less than ten
tons; $14 for siugle ton, and 75 cents per 100
lbs. in smaller lots.
LOS ANGFLES GAS CO.
d!Btf .
NEWHALL BROS.,
SOUTH FIELD, WELLINGTON COAL, $16
PER TON DELIVERED.
WOOD, COKE, HAY, GRAIN AND MILL FEED.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
119 WEST FIFTH ST.
Telephone 462. f4tf
REnTAO RANTS,
Man Bore Restaoraiit,
IgO & 131 W. FIRST ST.
"V. DOL, : : Proprietor.
REGULAR MEALS, 50 CENTS.
MEALS TO ORDER. IMPORTED WINES.
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ILJL.ICH'B
Restaurant and Oyster Parlors,
41 ana 48 Nortu main Street.
trmr- PRIVATE ROOMS mpstsirs for ladies
and families, where meals will be served In the
best style.
UOU JERRY ILLICH, PsoprUSor.

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