Newspaper Page Text
JAfLY HERALD. United states Signal Service. KpTxjrc ol observations taken at Lot Angeles, Oalllornia, February 2S, 18S9, by tbe War De partment: 6r07 m!]20.!»9 54 ! 38 N 3 I CM'ia. 6:07>. M.129.94 72 I 42 |W 3 i Old'sa, "MuTximt. -n remycr»r,nrt>, 79; miuimuia torn- pr,"n, :•(> I Bar. Then »:07 1. 6r07r 54 ! 72 I ! 38 PKnfcO&ALtl. Mr. J. P. Clark, of Toronto, is at the Hollenbeck. Mr. Robt. Olfion, of Chicago, is stop ping at the Hollenbeck. Mr. Wm. Donaldson, of Minneapolis, is registered at the Hollenbeck. Mr. M. L. Keqna, of Salton renown, left yesterday for the North. Dr. Chichester wended his way north ward on yesterday morning's train. N. A. Marquett and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Staples have rooms at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hazzard, ot Santa Fe Springs, have a suite of rooms at the Hollenbeck. Rev. Mr. Theo. Keiser, of Anaheim, is in the city on a little visit. He took in the CamilU of Madame Modjebka last night. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence-Lee, wealthy tourists from New York, accom panied by their child and servants, are at the Nadeau. Sen or Pablo Niusuolli, a wealthy Chilian, arrived in town last night from South America and took up quarters at the Hollenbeck. Mr. H. H. Burrell, who has charge of the bridge construction here, will leave to-day for the North, where he con templates a professional tour through several of the large cities. The many friends of James Van de Wyngaard, better known as "Jim Gray," will be sorry to hear that he left for the Fast yesterday. Mrs. Van de Wyngaard, his mother, accompanied him. Messrs. Peyton, Carter and Machell, of Santa Monica, created a sensation while passing through town yesterday in full attire appropriate to the hunt to be held at Riverside, their objective point. Mr. and Mrs. Chase of the Hotel Nadeau left on the noon train yesterday for the North. They will before return ing visit San Jose aud be present at the grand opening of the Hotel Vendome there. Mr. and Mrs. Morrell of Philadelphia are at the Nadeau on their wedding tour. Mrs. Morrell is perhaps better known as Miss Drexel, one of the celebrated Philadelphia family, and her husband is a well-known broker and banker of the Quaker City. Dr. Edwin W. Fowler, of the Bancroft History Company, and his Secretary, Henry Wilson, have gone to the Hotel del Coronado to participate in a banquet to be given this evening by Hubert Horw Bancroft, the historian. D.-. Fow ler is to be Master of Ceremonies. On Saturday morning the above named gen tlemen are to leave for tbe East, and will be absent about a month. NEWS NO THIS. The Historical Society will meet next Monday evening in the Council Cham bers. The Alhambra Bank will open on Monday next, and a reception will be held between tbe hours of 9 a. m. and 4 r, m. A runaway created a good deal of con sternation last night on Main street, but was captured before doing any serious damage. This evening a farewell concert will be given at Williams' Hall, Pasadena, by Emil Seifert. A good programme has been arranged. John Burton, tho man who stole the dog, was tried for petit larceny yester day before Justice Austin, and sentenced to twenty days in the Couuty Jail. Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $168,162, and were 87 in number. Of these 35 were for more than $2,000 each and 27 for nominal consider ations. The Central Woman's Christian Tem perance Union will meet at 2 p. m. to day in the Trinity M. E. Church. Mrs. Armour will lead in a "Mothers'" meeting. A woman's mass meeting to discuss social purity will be held this afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock at the Methodist Church, Boyle Heights. Good speakers will be in attendance. J. J. Nic More, one of the colored men who got into a political dispute on the last election day, and who was arrested for disturbing the peace, was discharged yesterday by Justice Lockwood. Mr. F. B. Sresovich, one of the heav iest fruit packers in this city, was the purchaser of the crop of Mr. J. H. Breiver, in the Vernon district, mention of which was made in yesterday's Herald. Joseph Schurtz was tried before Jus tice Lockwood yesterday for disturbing the peace. He became involved in a row at the Vienna Bufiet several days ago. He was found gnilty by the Court, and will be sentenced to-day. As announced before in the Hurald, the Welsh residents of this city aud vi cinity will celebrate St. David's Day this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Union League Hall, 127)4 West First street, in an appropriate manner. A first-class lit erary and musical programme has besn prepared, at the close of which refresh ments will be served. A cordial invita tion is extended to all Welsh people and their friends to be present. The Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce met yesterday afternoon in executive session. The chief subject under discussion was the division of the county. It was the opinion of tbe mem bers that if the bill should pass, it ought at least be amended so as not to cause financial loss to the upper half of the county. A joint meeting with the Board of Trade will be held to-day to decide what action to be taken in the matter. A l-odtfer'N Nlorr. Eugene De Bray came to the Police Station last night and was booked as a lodger. He told a long story of sufferings in Mexico from imprisonment and harsh treatment by the people and authorities, And produced papers to substantiate his story which would take columns cf tbe paper to narrate. He is anxious to get to San Pedro where he will take a ship for another point of the compass. THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH I, 1680. DELINQUENT TAXES. How Mr. Piatt la Protecting the Tax-payers. Tl c State und county taxes of Los An gel-, county amounted for this year to •tent |1,400,000. When taxes became deliiiqilaDt in the early days of laet Jan uary t ere were about $168,000 of this riuni unpaid on the books. This was not tho result of any pecuniury inability of proptriy holdera to pay, but of a physi cal i liability to reach the tax-collector's dot I;. BmW taxes became delinquent, a tttrlod of two months, those in arrears ha\o been busily engaged in tl work of liquidation. Towards the last as ranch as $ HI,OOO a day pawed over the cashier's desk, until on the "itith inf ant there was little more than $20,- OOOout.tanding. Mr. H. 8. Piatt, the preeeut Tax Col lector, is anxious to help out the tax payer vla much »3 poesi hie. He has for the past three days adjourned the sale until tho next day, and in the meantime tho belated oneß are paying up and free ing their holdings. Yesterday over $3,000 of the little outstanding was paid in. For a few days longer Mr. Piatt will pursue this enlightened and patriotic policy until if those who have not yet paid are diluent in their own behalf, very little property will go to sale. It is to be remembered tnat a good deal of tbe amount still outstanding consists of poll taxes, much of which is not secured by a lien on realty. This will, of course, never be paid at all. Tous it will appear that tho amount of property to go under the hammer is a mere bagatelle. WAAT TO HOLDON. Rninom that the Prevent Official* Will Not Hetlre. Trie rumors that the present officials of the city will make an effort to hold their seats until the end of the term for which they were elected are becoming very general and were heard all over the streets yesterday. It was stated that several of thecouncilmen had announced their intention to decline to give up their seats to the ne viy elected Council men and it was aiso stated that Mayor Bryson was undecided whether to join in toe movement or not. The contestants, it is said, have placed their case in the hands o prominent lawyers for an opin ion on the legality of the election as held unifer the new charter. Another rumor is to the effect that in case the opinion is adverse to the charter the contest will bo made so as to test the matter in the courts before a change of government will be allowed. The newly elected offi cers have heard these tumors and say that if they are enjoined from taking their seats they will in turn enjoin the present officers and prevent them from doing any bnsiness. If the rumors prove true there are evidently lively times ahead in city affairs. It Look* Strange. Mr. D. A. Robinson, assistant to the Pres dent of the Santa Fe, is on his way to the coast, and Mr. W. A.Bissell, Gen eral Agent of the Atlantic and Pacific, has gone forward to meet bim. Mr. Rob ioson's trip occurring, (I it does, at the same time as that whicri Mr. Hunting ton has |cbo en is looked upon as a point in the favor of those who are predicting that an alliance is to be formed between the Atchison and Sonthern Pacific, and it is even said tnat there is to be a grand union of the Gould, Southern Pacific Fe, Union Pacific, and in fact most of the Western roads, so as to en sure a combined action and thus do away with the demoralization of rates. February Arrests. T"e followng is the review of police arrests for February : assault 1, assault with deadly woapon 1, begging 22, bat tery 22, burglary 14, carrying concealed weapons '), cruelty to children 1, drunk 132, disturbing the peace 14, false pre tenses 2, fast driving 1, violating fire or dinance 3, gambling 66, violating hitch ing ordinance 11, illegal voting 1, grand larceny 4, petit larceny 30, malicious mischief 2, manslaughter 1, robbery 3, attempted robbery 1, violating sidewalk ordinance 2, suspicion 15, vagrancy 65, witnesses 8, insane 3, medical treatment 30, lodgers 47, lost childr»n 2, loobc horses 37; total 652. Depot Jottings. To-day is pay-day at the Santa Fe es tablishment in this city. The Southern Pacific nay-car is ex pected in towu to-morrow. Trainmaster Whendon, of the Santa Fe, came in town yesterday. The Burlington sent ont its first excur sion of the season last night. Tickets are selling fast for the Santa Fe's popular excursion on Sunday next. A box-car station has been established at Naud's, the new depot on Alameda street. There were 162 passengers on the Hock Island excursion that has just left town for the F.aat. Mr. C. T. Hinde, commercial agent and manager of the Santa Pe's wharf at Sin Diego, is in the city. Trrinmaster Finn of the Southern Pa cific has established his office at the San Fernando depot. There are already thirteen carloads of orange-* chartered for the Southern Pa cific and Union Pacific special which will leave the city on Saturday evening. More coal ships arrived at San Pedro yesterday with mineral for this city. Two were iron hirites carrying 1,5000 tons each and one wad a ship with 2,200 tons. General Freight and Passenger Azent H. B. Wilkins, of the California Central and California Southern, left yesterday for San Diego, and from there will pro coed to-day to Chicago. A SERIOUS BLVNOER. A Lady Nearly Prostrated by ■ fatent Medfolne. A lady well known in tho Western Aa.litton has been a great sufferer for years with indiges tion and dyspepsia. Struck with the testimo nials praising Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparllln, she sent for a bottle. The druggist, not having ft, talked them Into taking another snrsaparilla. As the leading sarsaparillas use mineral blood purifiers, the effect of the emptying of lodide of potash tnto a stomacli already distressingly delicate was disastrous, almost prostrating her before the mistake was rectified. She then called upon Mrs. Fowler, of 327 Eilis street, whose name was among those cured by Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla. Mrs. Fowler said it was true that it had cured bcr. Again reassured, the vegetable compound was sent for and gotten. Tho gentle action of lis vegetables stimulants upon the liver, kidneys and diges tive organs, and its warm stomach tonics, were tjc yery things needed, and she began improv ing and was her old sedf within a fortnight This sounds like fiction, but tho names can bo given If nf-cossary.— Han Francisco Examiner. Rggs, Of tbe c .'lebrrted Wyandotte f*wl; also a few roOßiersoi Wyaudotta and luht Urawaba. ot 841 ft. loth street. ADVERTISING DRILL. I Ist of the Voting Ladles Who Will Take Part. This evening the ladies of the First Congregational Church will give an ad- vertising drill, which will be ono of the most interesting affairs ever given in this city. The following yoatig ladios will take part in the programme: B. F. Coulter, by Miss Whelply ; Boston Store, Miss Sarah Bixby; City uf Paris, Miss Watson; Peoplo's Store, Miss Kittio Mills; Tiia Original Meeks Btkary, Mis? Clara Bosbyshell; Hance, drng-t, Mi f.illie Grayeon; Ellis A Germaine, Miss Lottie Pinkham; Franklin A Co., art. Miss Sue Boville; Sinborn & Vail, art, Miss llattie Hanna; Kan Koo, Miss Bertha Hanna ; (lertnuine, florist, Miss Grace Hutching; 11.-v. - shoe store, Miss Agnes Fisk ; Massachusetts Boot and Shoe House, by Miss Iluss; Lawrence, photographer, by Miss Lawrence; Brown's, music, by Miss Cora Nance; Merrill, stationery, by Berth i Bosbysholl; Tribune, by Miss Agues Sabine; Hkbald, by Miss Flor ence Blackman; Evening Express, by Miss Ivy West; Harper A Reynolds, by Vliss Gertie Jones; Crandall & Co., by Miss Runs; Furrey, be Miss L'zzieKim ball ; Jevne, by Miss Elliot; Los Angeles Furniture Company, by Miss Mary Mills; Lion's, by Miss Clara Heffner; Niles Pease, by Mies Elma Payne; Merriam A Co., con fectionery, by Miss Abbott; Hollings worth; jeweler, by Miss Mary Bosby shell ; Parmelee's Bazar, by Miss Mollie Doh; Meyberg's queensware, by Miss Howe; Evan E. Evans ; manufacturing department, by Miss lone Russel; Mullen, Bluett & Strasburg, wall paper, by Miss Murphy; Los Angeles Cracker Manufactory, by Mios Allie Jooes; Dobinson & Fairchild, insurance, by Miss Sheldon; Seymour, Johnson Co., by Miss liussel. Undelivered Telegrams. The following are the telegrams re maining at tho Western Union Telegraph office, 6 Court street, February 28-h: Mrs. B. W. Armstrong, Mrs. Lizzie Sween, Dr. A. P. Chubb, LoreazoPeraz. SIOO.OO Rewasfd For the return to the Hotel Nadeau of fourteen whole and one half tickets, is sued to the Frederick Warde Dramatic Company by the Texas Pacific railroad at Dallas, Tex., and reading to Omaha via Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland and Salt Lake. No questions asked. Fbkdkbick Wabdk. On Special Sale at Wlneburgh's. It will more than pay yon to come to onr store every day We always have great bargains t~» offer you. We can afford to sell ail our goods away down. There is no other dry goods store iv Los Augeles that can afford t>sell goods, all in all, as low. We pay no rent, keep all ex penses dawn, and give our customers the ben efit lv low prices. For three days only we offer A lot of 20-\nch wide h"»vy pnre silk rba dames, worth $1 50, for 93 cent* a yard in Navy, Seal, cjobliu, Garnet, Mouse. Reside, Golden Brown, etc. A lot of all liven crash toweling, brown with colored border, 4 cents a yard. A lot of yard-wile French percale »birtingi, neat new designs. 9 cents a van 5 A lot of 4t»-inch wide pure linen unb'ciched table linen, 19 cunts a yard—a rare bargain A lot of 57-inch all-.ineu bleached tabic dam ask, woith G5 ceuts, or 39 cents a yard. A lot of 19 inch wide, 38 in'h 1 ing, frin-*ed linen huck towels, 15 cut each, worth $-2.50 per dozen A lot of 24 irch. fine Japanese silk handker chiefs, (with whit* oentre fancy hem stitched borders.) worth $1.25. for 59 cts. each. A lot or 5x6 inch wide, frwlss embroideries, worth 15 to 25 cts, for 10 cts a ynrd A lot of 40 iuch wide, silver grey silk lustre Sicilian, formerly 90 cts f r . 9 cts a yard, A lot of gen .'s si k and satin scarfs in plain, fane- and striped, worih 35. 50 aud 75 cts, all at the uuifotm p ice of 20 cts. each, (you should see these good-). A lot of 35 inch square laco pillow shams, bound scolloped edge, 23 cts. eoch. A lot of Men's gold-u Balbriggan shirts and drawers 49 cts. each. A lot of 2}< yarda long silk braided glrd'es with el -'lit pear shaped ornaments, all ooiois, for 99 cts each, [ WINEBURGH 209 S Spring, bet. 3d aud 4'h, Consult S78. Dr. Wells. Utetiue and rectal diseases treated witli skill by her new painle 8 method. Prompt relief from first treatment Ca 1 at office for city ref erences from hopeless cates crnvd 40C Fort street, corner Fifth. Eve, Ear and Threat Diseases. Dr S. M. Slocnm, lately associated with tbe celebrated Dr. Sadler, is now locited at No. 320 South Main street, "Moro Castle " Deaf dess, noises In the ears, discharges from the ears, catarrh and throat diseases most success fully treated. Operations on the eye skillfully performed Free consultation from 9a. at. to 5 r. m ; Sundays, 12 m. to 2 r. m. Pro Bono Public j is our motto. The Grand Rerublic 'Mgarroa and BuflVis arernade for the public, and for those who are sick of smoking trash. POWDER Absolutely Pure. The powder never varies. A model of parltj and wholsomenosfl. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and oaunot be sold in oompo tltlon with tho multitudes of low teat, shot' weight, slum of phosphate powders. Sum only in cans, Royal lUkinb Powdeb Co., 101 Wall St., N. Y. TUB JOHNSON LOCKE KEKCAKt TIT.F CO.. San Pranriano. Aeenta. >U-4m "lIl'S SALE. " IMMENSE SLAUGHTER OF A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF taiiiif Goods and Bab —AT— 153 S. SPRING ST., Heretofore kcc.wn as The Gent's Bazaar. 04i1 soon and get your choice of the stock. 3tock mutt be closed nnt withiu 60 days. f27 14t niM'KI.f.ANEOtJS. RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. EAGLESON k CO, 50 North Spring Bt, Men's faiiof Goods. ClosingOutSafe GREAT REDUCTIONS! $25,000 Worth —OF— UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, BOSffißf, NECKWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS, ETC., ETC., At a Sacrifice 1 Every Dollar's Worth must be sold out during the next few weeks. Not being able to find a much larger and more suitable store at a fair rental, we have decided to close out our business as soon as possible, and will therefore sell our stock at a sacrifice. Entire Stock and Fixtures for sale as a whole. EAGLESOS tt CO. i CATARRH, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION Together with disease* ot the EYE, EAR AND HEART, Successfully treated by M. Hilton Williams. H. 0.. M. C. P. 8. 0., HOLIiENKEiJIi. BLOCK, Cor. Swing aud Second sts., Los Angoles, Cal. Consumption Can Be dared. This has been demonstrated In thousands of cases treated by UK. WILLIADI3. With his new system of medicated inhalat ions, also the oxygen and compound oxygen treat ment, combined with proper constitutional remedies for tbe liver, stomach, blood, etc. Probably no system of practice ever adopted has been so universally successful as that in troduced by Dr. Williams for the cure of Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma and Consumption. CATARRH. Catarrh la often regarded by the patient as a cold in the head, and he often cxpr s*es his astonishment at his remarkable tendency to contract a fresh cold. ludeed, he det lares he is scarcely free from one cold befort. he takes another; and ',c is always exceedingly careful It la also a matter of surprise to him that the cold always seems to settle in the head and fa mat. At times many of the symptoms of Catarrh ma} seem to abate, and the patient is l-*.d to hope that the dig ens. is about to wear off; ba: another class of symptoms soon appear, and he leurns to his horror that instead of recovery from the disease it Is somewhat changed in its character aud h>is extende ito the throat A sutse of weariness Is tometlnies felt In read ing, speaking or slnpine, hoarseness at times occurs, a ensatiou of dryness Is sometimes el In the throat, or ft appears that some foreign substance, as, for instance, a hair, obstructed the throat; there becomes a sense of languor aud fatigue, the breath lessens upon a little exertion, a short, hacking cough, a peculiar sound in clearing the throat, a feeling as though there waa not room enough iv tho chest to breathe; these aud other symptoms occur after the disease has made considerable progress. Then It 1b a time when consumption is about to b.-gin its dreadful work. Up to this point the progress of the dij*ase may have been slow, and tbe patient may iv expressing his coufldent hope that it will ' wear off," dcelure that he has had the catarrh for years and has not seemed te become much worse, aud trusts he will "by and-by" recover. But this delusion is the grand error which hss peopled our cemeteries with consumptive forms, as all forms of catarrh end finally In consumption. Inhalations are applicable lv all diseases of the respiratory orgaus, but must be prepared for each individual case as tcey severally re quire- By the employment of proper inhalation in the form of m.dloated vapor (not steam or spray) we are able to produce immediate and direct action upon the diseased surface fn the pharynx and nasal passages, for air will find its way into tho most remote and intricate cavities, where it is impossible to make fluid applica tions. By these m ana every case can be cured Persons desiring treatment by this system ot practice can use the remedies at home as well aa at our office, aud which will cause no incon venience or hindrance to business whatever. f have seen so many of these cases cared that I do not consider any case hopeless unless both t ings are serfoualy luvolved. Even then the Inhalations aid us in dissolving the mucus and iv contracting aud healing the cav ities, which nothing else oaa da with the same success The very bost references from those already cured. CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me in regard to their casus had berte- call at my offlce for consultation and examination, but if impas sible to do to, can write for a copy of my Mod:, ai Treatiue, coubduiug a list of questions Addreas It. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D„ HOLLENBECK BLOCK, Corner Second and Spring his., 1 -os Angelas >-:u hours, from lit. a lotr.i. Ja3 tlm fll I SCF.L, I.A N BOITS. TROY LAUNDRY CO. 571, 573, 575 North Main Street. HOTEL, RESTAURANT and FAMILY WASHING. TROY SYSTEM. PRICES AS LOW A3 ANY LAUNDRY. ja27 3m cad The fcsun that Dims the Stars. THE NEW HIGH-ARMED IMPROVED Davis Vertical Feed Sewing Machine OFFICE: 22 SOUTH MAIN STREET. ~ Head Office for the DAVIS SEWING MACHINE for Southern California. Every Davis Sewing Machine warranted for 10 years. Hold on Easy Time Payments of SHS per month at 22 South Main street. Loh Angeles. Awarded First Prise at Loa Angeles Fair IS ; '6 I First Prize for best aud most durable Fam- Californla SUte Fair, Sacramento 1880 ily Sewing Machine. Los Angeles Fair.. .1867 Downey Fair 1888 | First Prize, Santa Barbara Fair' 1888 Santa Barbara Fair 1886 i First Prize, Pomologtcal Fair, Los Angeles 1888 Bilver Medal, Saa Francisco Mechanics' First Prize, Agricultural Fair, Los Angoles 1888 Fair 1886 I fl tv fri&sun tf HAS REMOVED TO THEIR NEW AND COMMODIOUS QUARTERS, 46 S. SPRING STREET. (Brysox Block, Nkar Skcoxd.) And will open WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, with a complete new line of Ladies', Children's and Infants' wear, fancy goods, hosiery, corse'.s, ribbons, kid gloves, lace curtains, yarns, Ladies' jerseys, etc. KATTN - <«fc AATfOTST. Jje/tttaMcf 3 PHOTOS. jljl in J PHOTOS. fay*" Realizing the stringency of the money market, I have reduced the price of my Photos from. $5 to $3 per Dozen. Having bseu ten years In business in Chicago, and three years in this city, I can guar antee a first-class photo, equil to the very beat made, and invite comparison with higher price work. French, English aud German spoken. J. T. BEP.TRAND, 413 N. Main at, opp. Plaza. Js3o-3m H. R. HOWELL. R. L. GRAIU. HOWELL & CRAIG, IMPORTERS. -:- Grocers, 32, 34 and 36 South Los Angeles Street, T-.^. I '^!. 1 - LOS NGELES. CAL 17 3m GALLUP, NEW MEXIIO, COAL. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. OH AS. A. MABRINER, GS-eneral Sales Agent. Office and Yard. 607 East First Street. TELEPHONE 960. Screened Lump Coal, Delivered Loose »»' "OPerTon. in Sacks »» OO " " Single Sack, in Yard «0 Per Sack. '• " Delivered 75 " " ' CAR LOTB A SPECIALTY, flo 3m Hy 0 i«! NonrisbiDg! Agreeable! The Best on the Market.