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SHIPPING STATISTICS.
imports and Exports for tbe Year.
Comparative Statements,
The figures showing the imports and
export! at this port for the past year are
tabulated below. While in some cases
they to not reach the amount of the
boom rears of 1887-8, they are above the
average for ordinary years. In the re
ceipts if coal it will be understood that
the Stuthern Pacific Company laid in a
Urge lupply the latter part of last year,
which had a material effect in lessening
the receipts for this year.
Theamcunt of lumber recelvid during
the first Dart of the present year was
light, nut tbe past two months furnish
figures v\ uich are above the average per
month for the preceding years. A large
■apply was left in the yards throughout
the country, and when building was
practically stopped the imports were
stopped also. This supply has been ex
hausted and from now on there will be
• greater demand for lumber, and the
figurescf the past few weeks will be con
tinued In this, as in other caaas,
basines <s settling down to its legitimate
level.
The figures for merchandise have
fallen off some, owing to the reduced
amevmt of travel and the absence of the
heretofore large class of tourist travel;
anothelcause is the greater attention
that is being given to home productions
all over Southern California. In this,
too, is s»en the effect of the boom, as be
fore 188* the amount of grain exported
was muct greater than it has been since
that data
The folowing table shows the imports
of various commodities for each month,
with thetotale for the year:
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for the year: j
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In add tion to the above there was exported
822,420 brick. 109.732 pounds of hay, 48 750
of apples, 16,060 of tea. 44,315 of honey. 159 ■
935 of teira cotta, 4,770 < f lard, 44 750 of
rope, 46,895 of tallow, 40,160 nf wire, 63 300
of wool, 22 500 of beani, 57,750 gallons of
beer, 1.038250 feet of lumber and 95 piles.
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In additios to the above the receipts for the
year includ. 8 million shingles, 7 million lath,
60 thnnsan( shakes, 1,200 tons of bitnminous
rock, 2,000 iheep, 500 cattle and va-ious mis
cellaneous articles. (») Brigs
COMPABATIVt STATEMENT OF EXPORTS FOB
1885-6-7-8-9.
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, gallons
ler, feet
Tbe following ia a comparative state
ment of vasels arriving at this port dur
ing the pact five years:
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1 24 7
30 2*
11 32
15 6
Stmrs Schrg
198 140
248 257
346 418
396 259
400 108
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SVNDAI MORftiyQ, JANCTARY 5. 1890.
CUSTOM HOUSE FIOI BKS.
Hon. Geo. Hinds, Collector of Customs
for this port, and Deputy Collector Frank
Ellis, have kindly furnished us tbe fol
lowing figures, showing the amonnt col
lected for the present calendar year and
the amounts for the past three fiscal
years. No comment on the figures is
needed, as they speak more far the im
portance of this port than words could
speak. It will be seen there is a falling
off for the latter part of this year\ but
the same result has been experienced at
all the ports on this Coast. The last
fiscal year compares well with the boom
years. The following table gives the
monthly collections and the sum total
for the present year:
January $ 3,744.42
February 2.484.23
March 8,783.26
April 10,900 41
May 5.574.9*
June ' 6,614.22
July 8,496.90
August 1,195.30
September 194 20
October 3,276 24
November 1,824.53
December 1,098.53
Total , $55,175.28
The following is a statement of the
collections for the fiscal years ending
June 30, of 1887-8-9:
For year endiug June 30, 1887 . 98,505.44
1888.... 139,330.79
" 1889... 121,424.47
—[San Pedro Advocate.
HE GETS A VERDICT.
Tbe Jury Award D. A. mcDouirall
• 1,650 Damages.
At 10 o'clock yesterday morning the
verdict sealed up the night before by the
jury in the case of D. A. McDougall
against the Los Angeles National Bank,
was opened in court. The verdict was a
double-header and ran as follows:
I "D. A. McDougall vs. F. C. Howes
and George Bonebrake—We, the jury in
the above-entitled action, find for the
plaintiff and against the defendant, F.
C. Howes, and assess the damages at
$1,650.
"(Signed) M. Morris, Foreman.
"D. A. McDougall vs. F. C. Howes
and George Bonebrake—We, the jury in
the above-entitled action, find for the
defendant, Bonebrake.
"(Signed) M. Morris, Foreman."
The costs, $144, were paid, share and
share alike, by McDougall and Major
Bonebrake. The case will be appealed.
LAW SUITS LIKE SIN.
Thty Are Snre to Flint Out the
Defendant.
In Judge McKiiile.. 'a court a trial is
going on, of interest because of the
antiquity of the cause. In 1865 the
National Express and Transportation
Company, of Richmond, Virginia, was
organized. A. E. Sexton subscribed for
fifty shares of the stock at $100 a share.
The company failed, and left a good deal
of liabilities aa a legacy to tbe stock
holders. Soon after Mr. Sexton came to
Southern California, where be has lived
ever since; but W. W. Glenn, the
assignee of the company, sues him for
$20,000, which he alleges to be due on
the stock. The attorneys are: John
Howard, of Richmond; George G. Carry,
Jr., of Baltimore; Smith, Winder A
Smith, of Lob Angeles, for the plaintiff;
and Chapman A Hendrick, of Los An
geles, for the defendant.
Board of Supervisor!.
The Santa Fe Railroad Company was
instructed to place culverts on six cross-'
ings of the road in Vernon road district,
as follows: Vermont avenue, Figueroa
street, New Main street, Wilmington
avenue, Central avenue and Compton
avenue.
The deed of Mrs. S. E. H. May, to a
lot in the Rosedale road district, was or
dered recorded, and the price paid oat of
he district fund.
The petition of Justice C. C. Twitchell,
for office rent, v. as laid on the table for
future consideration.
The clerk was instructed to advertise
for bids for the Pico bridge, to be opened
on the 16th of January.
New Cases.
E. F. Spence sues Jessup W. Scott and
others to foreclose a mortgage given to
secure a note for $30,000, interest and
costs.
W. H. Holmes sues L. A. Stahl and
others to recover $1,500 due on a note. .
Mary Ann Kelley asks for the probate
ob the will of John J. Kelley. The estate
is valued at $500.
Charles A. Schroder sues J. A. Powel-
Bon and others to foreclose a mortgage
given to secure a note for $650.
J. C. Merrill Jr. asks that J. C. Mer
rill Sr. be appointed his guardian dur
ing his minority.
marriage License*.
The following were yesterday licensed
to wed:
Donald H. Johnson, a native of Cali
fornia, of the city, aged 28, to C. B. Du
gan, a native of Indiana, of the city, aged
27.
Edward Gaiter, a native «of Germany,
of the city, aged 26, to Ada Karolina
Hensling, a native of Germany, of the
city, aged 20.
Felix Clavese, a native of France, of
the city, aged 23, to Marie A. Uhalt, a
native of France, of the city, aged 21.
George Lewis, a native of Maine, of
the city, aged 39, to Mary E. Clsfrk, a
native of Pennsylvania, of the city, aged
Increases It* Capital.
The Temple-street cable road yesterday
filed notice of an increase of its capital
ization from $100,000 to $400,000. Tbe
road has recently been double-tracked,
and extended some distance further
towards the west of the city. This was
done under the old capitalization and at
great expense; hence the increase noted
above.
A Flattering-Endorsement.
The judges on musical instruments at
the Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia,
1876, after severe tests of the pianos of
more than forty different makers from
all parts of the world' recognized the
merits of the Sohmer pianos, and wrote
a flattering report on them, recommend
ing for them tLe highest reward in their
nower to grant—a Medal of Merit and
Diploma of Honor, which were unani
mously decreed by the Uni ed States
Centennial Commission.
For sale by Chas. E. Day, BN. Spring
street.
Consumption Surely Cured.
. T °tte Editor:—Please Inform your readers
B» , 6 a P<*ltlve remedy for Consumption,
oy Its timely ase thousands of hopeless oases
nave been permanently cured. I shall be glad
to send two bottles of my remedy rasa to any
of your readers who have consumption if they
will send me their Express and P. O. Address.
Respectfully, T. A. BLOOUM, M. 0., 181 Pearl
Beecham's Pills act like magio on a weak 1
stomach.
Children Cry for. Pitcher's Castoria^
Disturbance of the Heart.
i.s action, but at once take us Fi int'i Kemkdy
Removal Notice.
Nn2l » rchl 'eet. has removed from
nSut .Ji 5 8 1 , J 1 «K Street to Rooms 12 and 13
Fort streets. * Bu »dlng. corner Second snd
Use "qermm Family" soap.
Inherited Scrofula.
Swift's Spocifle (S. s. 8.) cured my little
boy of hereditary scrofula, which broke out
all oyer his face. For a year he had suffered,
and I had given up all hopes of his recovery,
when at length I decided to use 8, S. S. Af
ter using a few bottles he was entirely cured.
Not a symptom now remaius of the disease.
This was three years ago.
MKS. T. L. MATHERS, Mathersville, Miss.
In the early part of last year I had a vio
lent attack of rheumatism, from which I
was confined to my bed for over three months
and at times was unable to turn myself in
bed,oreven raise the rover. A nurse had to
be in constant attendance day and night. I
was so feeble that what little nourishment I
took had to be given me with a spoon. Al
ter calling in the best local physicians, and
trying all other medicines without recoiving
any benefit, I was induced by friends to try
Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) I discontinued all
other medicines, and took a courso of S. S.S.
thirteen small bottles, which affected a com
plete and permanent cure.
L. C. BASSET, El Dorado, Kansas.
Treatise on T?lood and Skin Diseases mail
edfree. SWIFT SFECIFIC CO. Atlanta,Oa.
nl d<&wl2m
Head, Throat and Lip
Successfully treated by
M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.
M. C. P, 8. 0.,
BY HIS COMPOUND OXYGEN
AND OTHER
MEDICATED INHALATIONS.
Catarrh, Bronchitis and Consumption, etc ,
ar ■ now conceded to originate from living
germs or parasites, millions of which exist in j
diseased >urfac s.
Our Hot Medicated Inhalations kill and
destroy these germs \ hen nothing else
c«n reach them, while our COMPOUND
OXYGEN antagonizes and thoroughly re
moves every poison of the system
from the Blood, no maiter from
what cause it exists or how long it hat
continued, and is efficacious in the cure of
Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Consumption, Nervons Prostration, Insomnia
and Dyspepsia, etc , together with any poisoned
condition of the blooa.
In all cases of Catarrh and other diseases of
the Respiratory Organs, where the system suf
fers from the deleterious effects of scrofula or
other vitiated condition of the blood local
treatment is invariably conjoined with consti
tutional remedies.
Persons desiring treatment by this system of
practice can use the remedies at home as well'
as at oar office, and which will cause no incon
venience or hindrance to business whatever.
I have Been so many of these cases cored
that I do not consider any case hopeless, un
less the disease has advanced o the chest and
both lungs are seriously involved. The in
halations aid us ia dissolving the muens and iv
connecting and healing the cavities, which
nothing else can do with the same success.
The very bist of references from those al
ready cared.
Those who desire to conmlt me In regard
to their oases had better call at tho offlcf for
an examination, but if impossible to vißit the
office personally can write for list of questions*
and circular, both of which will be sent lree of
charge. Address
M. HILTON WILLIAMS. If. D .
37 South Fort St., I.ok Augeles, Cal.
Office honre—From 9 a. m. to t r. x.
Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. v.
Residence—ls South Grand Avenue
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UPTIIJIAWS AMB JEWELKKi;.
THIS IS NOT OUR WAY
Thu v OUR WAY of fitting gl asse
We make the correct scientific adjusting of
glasses and frames our specialty, and guar
antee perfect fit. Testing of the eyes free.
PACIFIC OPTICAL INSTITUTE
NO. 18 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
Don't forget the number. o3 7m
Sfi Los ABgeles Ontical lustitate!
N. STRASSBURGEfc,
Scientific and Practical Optician,
REMOVED TO
109 N. MAIN STREET,
Opposite New U. 8. Hotel,
dU 2m
MMAK E i 4
t Lacey, Dixoo & Co/s a
j Steam Carpet Cleaning J
& WORKS, \
jjj 311 South Fort St., car Fourth I
3 «
Telephone 576. Los Angeles. Cal. U
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a Carpets taken up, cleaned and re-lald 3
B same day if necessary. Borderlna and 55
en re-fitting a speolalty. «™e""g anu a
-^ rle i B rea « on *ble. Satisfaction guar- *
anteea. d92m
ilMTOI!
Is thoroughi in Us work of cleansing the
system of all impurities in a very short
time, and is considered by those having
used it as a SPECIFIC in g
DYSPEPSIA,
Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
(i EN EX AI. NEK VOUSNESS.
Olve It a Trial Sold £verywhere
J«l-6m , M. L. BTARIN, PaaaiDgNT.
. DR. WEYAND,
Office, 115 South Miin st., Rooms 3 and 4
d3O 5m
CARPETS!
CARPETS!
C A RPETS!
. once. If yon need Carpets. Curtains, Window Shades. Linoleums, attend our great
eloslng-out sale. We are selling « , p , en did line ol the followipg goods' *
AT A TERRIBLE SACRIFICE!
Good Brussels Carpets - - 55c a Yard.
Good Ingrain Carpets - - 50c a Yard.
Good Body Brussels - - $1.00 a Yard!
Good Velvet Carpets - - $1.20 a Yard!
Good Moquette Carpets. - $1.25 a Yard.
Window Shades at 25 cents apiece. Lace Curtains, Poles, Portieres, etc.,
in the same proportion. Call before purchasing.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
pIS Leading Carpet House,
37 to 41 South Main Street, Los Angeles.
(114 lm
CHARLES E. 33AY,
THE RELIABLE MUSIC DEALER,
Instruments Rented and Sold on Easy Installments.
TUNING AND REPAIRING- A SPECIALTY.
Dll lm
RAJBttT WIJN Gt CO.,
Formerly Ph. Best Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Bis Beer is sold by tbe keg or In bottles. 5 Family trade solicited. Orders delivered to
parts of the city.
BEST TONIC!——
K ? tr "?i of Mi J.f jT A? 1 ? "OPS* free from alcohol. Invigorating
md nutritious. Insures a healthy apretite. Aids digestion. Strengthens the system "
Manufactured by the PABST BREWING CO. of Milwaukee, Wt»7Kl"ale byall Dragglsts.
l. o TeTe'phon*™ M 224 01e Agent f ° r Bouthern Call fornia, No. 25 Elmira street, Los Angelei
OUR "SPECIAL JBRAJND" ltt THE BEST
ABSOLUTELY
PURE LARD
SOLD IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Take No Other. ( % r SKE? ) Take No Other.
EVERYWHERE EVERYWHERE
TRY OUR CANNED MEATS
WelGnarantee them the Finest on the Market. The Trade Bupplied;
by Wholesalers generally.
W. H. MAERICE, Agent, * 6 "<•" tiV&JZL?,] cal.
dlllm
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.
Have Removed their Office and Bottling Works to
Junction of North Main, Mission and Chavez Streets,
Opposite Naud's Warehous
Where they have enlarged the capacity of their Bottling Establiehment, which is
the best and largest on the Coast. Their friends and patrons will be kindly
received by
di7i» JACOB ADLOFF. General Agent.
THE RAYMOND, EAST IPASAJDENA,
Among tbe Orange' Urovei of tbe beautiful Sail «abrlel Valley, eight mUti from I.os Angeles,
C. H. nUHK i i i,, fflaaacnr (during the summer season flMoaa er oi ' n e Crawford House, White Mountain*, N. H.)
* nd •"en" l ■ t*y, ■ ek . «■ month, of ffce 'hole season, then go out and stay a few hours. It Is well
toe »« n mß fui?f ent .l ,ew from u « »nd that view alone Will well repay you, although there are many other interesting
01 fl i w ' rs in the hotel grounds, which are now «M*? the charge of Mr C H Hovey, f c celebrated land
staTinere mu«i ShSJ N "" erl es. Cambridge, Mass. Tourists visiting los Anieleb should make a trip to The Raymond, even if their
which excellent startrng-polßt lor a drive through the San Gabriel valley, In
nntorart? Mission church, Rose's winery, Eucky Baldwin's stock farm, the Siena M scire Villa, snd many other places
M,a oU>er imatten [can be obtained iby addressing c. H- Merrill, Manager ol The Bayajnd, Baat
SULLIVAN'S
CLOiK AND SWT HOUSE
113 South Spring St.
Special Notice!
Having determined to retire from busi
ness in the city of Los Angeles, we wil
on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, in
augurate a grand
SACRIFICE SALE
Of our entire stock, consisting of the
choicest goods ever shown on the Pacific
Coast, and including all of our fine im
ported holiday novelties, for which our
order had been placed before contem
plating this move. There will be abso
lutely no reserve, as every article must
be sold and no offer will be rejected, as
we are determined to sell every garment
in our Btock by January Ist.
Call and see our goods, as now is the
time for you to buy and this is your
opportunity.
KELLY & LIEBES, Props.
d4wed-fri-sunlm
J. C. CUNNINGHAM,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Tracks and Traveling Bags.
20 8. MAIN ST., Opp. Mott Market.
Repairing promptly attenled to. Old trunks
taken in exchange. Orders called for and
delivered to all parts of the city. jl 3m
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Undertakers and I ixlaliners
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
TSLKPRONB NO. 209.
(17-tf 35 South Main Street.

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