United States Signal Service.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles
January 6, 1S90:
Max tern., 54: min. tem , S5.
San Francisco, January b.— Forecast till
Bp. m, Tuesday, for California: Fair weather,
with exceptiou local rain on coast of rtorthem
California. Variable wind*; nearly stationary
Captain N. B. Hatfield, of Yarmouth,
is visitiDg the city.
R. E. Moore, of Woodland, is visiting
the city ou uusiness.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Jackson, of San
Francisco, are visiting this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Everhared, of Anaheim,
came in from Anaheim yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Richards, of New
York, aro in the city for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ainsworth, of
Redondo Beach, were iv the city yester
A party consisting of Miss Helen
Russell, Mrs. and Miss Laaber and Miss
Maud Hartley, of Pamrapo, N. J., are
taking in the Coast.
Mrs. H. E. McEwen, of Massillon,
Ohio, is spending the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. C. S. Traphagen, of No.
8 Vesta street.
Hon. E. B. Alderman, a member of
ihe Citj Council of Marion, lowa, visited
the Council Chamber yesterday morn
ing, and is a guest of Councilman Van
Captain D. D. Wheeler, Assistant
Quartermaster United States Army, ar
rived in the city yesterday under orders
to assume the duty of Assistant to the
Chief Quartermaster of this military de
E. F. Hartnell, of South Dakota, has
arrived in Los Angeles on a visit. He
is accompanied by his wife. Mrs. Hart
nell is the sister of Captain A. W. Bar
rett, so well knowu in this city. He
has not met hie sister for twenty-five
years, and is greatly delighted at the
prospect of a long visit from her.
Yesterday E. C. Monday, Esq., moved
the admission of Judge D. L. Russell to
practice before the United States courts
in thia State. Judge Ross of course
granted the motion. Judge Russell is a
recent arrival in Los Angeles, coming
here from Texas, where he was held in
tho highest esteem, not only by the bar
of that State, but by the whole c immu
nity. He comes here to make his home
in Los Angeles, and will prove a very
valuable acquisition to the bar of this
city and to the community generally,
as well as an ornament to both.
R. E. Moore, Woodland; Mrs. R. M.
Mason and child, Marshal, Minn.; Jacob
Kramer, Chicago; H. H. Capps, 0. T.
Capps, AVelliugton, Kan.; Miss Kate
Rino, San Bernardino; Mrs. L. Kern,
New Orleans; Mrs. B. Mitchell, El Paso,
Tex.; Henry F. Burns and wife, San
Francisco; C. M. Welch, Bisbee, A. T.;
Miss L ; llie Hobert, Minneapolis; W. W.
Estill, Missoula, Minn.; M. W. Ever
hared and wife, Anaheim; T. D. Thom
son, Los Angeles; Miguel Sanchez, New
Mexico; Mies A. Tune, Chicago; Mrs.
F. P. Regan,*Portland; James 8. Cowan,
wife and child, San Francisco, are at the
The following are the arrivals at
Hotel Nadeau s H. 8. Jones, S. F. ;
Helen Russell, Miss L tuber and mother,
Miss Maud Hartley, Pamrapo, N. J.;
Chas. 8. Dickens.'Mr. and Mrs. H
Archer, Galilee; M. A. Kennedy, New
York; H. N. Heineman, Sin Franci?co;
F. A. Sweeney, N. V.; Captain N. B.
Hatfield, Yarmouth; Wm. Stern, San
Francisco; Rob Gordon, San Francisco;
P. Vatilon and wife, Montana; A. W.
Potter, San Bernardino; Chas. Schoen
mann, Chicago; G. W. Mackey, San
Francisco; J. S. A. Baker, D. C.;
Wm. Foote, manager Spider-Fly Com
pany, New York; J. A*. Lewis, AY. J.
Taylor, Chicago; Frank Anderson,
Downey; J. G. Cashen, San Francisco;
W. B. Kirk, St. Joseph, Mo.; R. C.
Breed, Chicago; F. W. Robinson, Phila
delphia ; Enoch Knight, Pasadena, Ernest
Waldon, San Francisco.
Geo. K. Hamblin, Boston; H. P.
Byrnes and wife, San Francisco; Geo. J.
Ainsworth and wife, Redondo Beach;
H. N. Loud, Osceola, Mich.; W. C.
White and wife, La Cresinda; Geo.
Beattie, D. B. Murphy, John Hall, H.
R. Walter, L. B. Van Burt, A. I. Jalkur
and Wm. Wallace, of San Francisco;
Geo. C, Chapman, Chicago; J. B. Tattle
and wife, El Tomaß, Mich.; J. M. Rich
ards and wife, New York; 8. P. Lapham,
Brookings, 8. Dak.; J. 8. A. Baker,
District of Columbia; A. Harig and wife,
St. Louie, Mo.; J. H. Morganroth, New
York; P. R. Rogers, Memphis, Term.;
H. J. Hamlins and wife.Bhelbyville, lis.;
D. D. Wheeler, U. 8. Army ; J. 0. Allen,
Chicago; A. L. Bryan, Napa, Cal.; A. S.
Jackson and wife, San Francisco; W. N.
Blnm and wife, New York; E. L.Hart,
Cleveland; Frank Hunt and wife, Sioux
City, Iowa; J. B. Kelley, Santa Barbara;
Jno. Thomas and wife, Kansas City, are
at the Hollenbeck.
In the United States Court Yesterday
the case of Roßsiter against Wyatt was
argued and submitted.
The Board of Directors of the Public
Library will hold an adjourned meeting
this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Emil Heiber was thrown from his
wagon yesterday on Pearl street and
slightly cut about the head.
The officers of Golden Rule Lodge,
I. O. O. P., were installed last night. A
full account will appear on Sunday.
A basket social will be given by the
Ladies' Aid Society at Grace M. E
church on First street tomorrow evening.
The members and friends of the Y.
W. C. T. U. are invited to a candy pull
at the Norwood, corner Sixth and Hill,
An inquest was held on the body of
A. C. Gardiner, who cut his throat in
the Montrose house. The Coroner's jury
found a verdict of suicide.
A large number of new cars for the
cable company are held at some point
between here and tbe East on account
of washouts on the railroads.
Colonel J. C. Robinson says that this
new-fashioned epidemic cannot be very
dangerous, for a large number of his em
ployees have been afflicted with the
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY MOKNI2JG, JANUARY 7, 1890.
grip(pe) for some time, yet they don't
seem much the worse for it; quite the
adverse, in fact.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $29,584, and were 20 in
number. Of these 7 were for more
than $1,000 each, and 8 were for
The Historical Society met last night
and elected officers. A full account of
the meeting will appear in tomorrow's
Herald, having been crowded out owing
to an overpress of matter.
Mr. William Fort arrived in the city
yesterday. He comes to make arrange
ments for N. B. Leavitt's new show, The
Spider and Fly, which will hold the
boards at the Grand next week.
R. P. List. Notary Public. Legal papers are
lull? drawn. 18 S. SpriDg. Depositions taken.
Tomas Guerrero, for burglary, will
be tried January 14th.
John P. Goytino, charged with forgery,
will be tried February 25th.
Gregory Blotter, charged with burg
lary, will be tried January 13th.
Felipe Chavez, charged with the
murder of Charlie Glass,will be arraigned
Hazen A. Johnston, the youth with a
penchant for stealing bicycles, yesterday
confessed judgment. He will be sen
tenced on the 9th.
John E. Lattimore, the negro of San
Gabriel valley charged with arson, yes
terday pleaded not guilty. He will be
tried February 15th.
Dock Dowling's case has been trans
ferred from Department No. b' to Depart
ment No. 1 of the Superior Court. He
is charged with burglary.
The trial of B. Chandler, charged with
having received a bribe while he was in
the City Council, is set for February 17th.
There are two indictments against the
William Lannagan's trial will take
place February 17th. He was tried for
killing William Stock at San Fernando,
convicted and sent to San Quentin. The
Supreme Court gave him a new trial.
Judge Shaw and Judge McKicley have
again changed places in Departments 5
and 6 of the Superior Court of this city.
Judge McKinley will be in Dapartment
6 and will try criminal cases hereafter,
while Judge Shaw in Department 5 will
attend to civil business.
A. A. Montaflo was before the Superior
Court yesterday again for the one
thousandth time or thereabouts. He
goes over again until next Thursday.
Why not defer it until the year 1909
and end it? The clerk by mistake yes
terday put December for January. He
probably had a streak of inspiration
nig Bank Profit*.
The Farmers and Merchants Bank de
clares its Eeventy-second dividend today,
for the quarter ending December 31,1889.
It is at the rate of lii per cent, per an
num. The bank is officered by I. W.
Hellman, President; L. C. Goodwin,
Vice-President; John Milner, Cashier,
and H. J. Fleishman, Assistant Cashier.
Such profits are very rarely made in the
banking business, and the figure is the
more remarkable because of the very
conservative methods on which the busi
nesp of the bank is conducted. It is cer
tainly a most remarkable showing for a
bank to make. It is worthy of observa
tion that times make no difference to the
Farmers and Merchants Bank. Its
affairs are not inflated by a boom, nor are
they much squeezed by dull times. Its
bnsiness is legitimate; it is on a solid
Charlie Matter 1 * New Departure.
Charlie Bauer and Charlie Gollmer
have been partners in the saloon busi
ness here for a great many years. They
have been the owners of the Eintracht
saloon on Spring street since away back
seven or eight years ago. Later they
opened the Anheuser saloon on North
Main street. Now comes a new depart
ure, Mr. Bauer purchasing the entire in
terest of Mr. Gollmer in both enter
prises for the purpose of going it alone,
as they say playing euchre. Mr. Bauer
is a very popular gentleman in his line
of business, he knows all its ma and
outs, and will undoubtedly make a big
killing while acting on his own single be
half, just as he did during all the years he
has been in business here under all cir
i HE FOOL.S >E3I.
People who «ire Easily Deceived. He
has Caught Eight so far.
A city dntggist stated that he had had eight
calls for Joy's Vegetable SarsapariUa but had
sold his own every time. It did not occnr to
him that it might be a serious matter to give
his old time mercury and potash preparation to
people who do not need Byphilitic treatment
It is safe to say that not one person in ten have
a syphilitic trouble. Hence what do they want
with Such dangerous minerals as mercury and
potash? What nine-tenths of our people are
troubled with is indigestion, dyspepsia, sick
headaches, constipation and face eruptions, all
of which are the legitimate results of improper
liver and kidney action, or impaired digestive
organs. Those disorders do not call for syphilitic
treatment, but for mild vegetable liver, stomach
and bowel alteratives. We are surprised that
Intelligent people should be persuaded into tak
ing a mercury and potash sarsapnxilla. When
you ask for Joy's Vegetable SarsapariUa, see tlutt
you get U.
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
Dower to grant—a Medal of Merit and
Diploma of Honor, which were unani
mously decreed by the Uni ed States
For sale by Ciiak. E. Day, 8 N. Spring
Our Home Brew.
Philadelphia Lager, fresh from the brewery,
ln draugot in all the principal saloons, de
oivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and
Brewery. 238 Aliso street. Telephone 91.
Butter, Butter. Morrisen Bros.
Agents for the best dairy on the Coast; 40 cents
a roll. Corner Fort and Third streets.
Beecham's Fills act like maglo on a weak
Bngey robes and blankets at Foy's harness
shop, 217 Los Angeles street.
A can oi Ar.[enter Mustard will please you
Your grocer bag It.
Try "Pride of the Family" soap.
Children Cry for_Pitcher|s_Castorla,
On or about the 15th of the present
retic Club Ti by th 6 Angeles A?"
"H«Hh ;» The ,. mott ° of the club is
Health recreation, grace and vigor,''
and it intends to R ive the voune folks an
turei with all the advantages of a fully
equipped gymnasium without any dan
ger of injury. Tne classes will be held
c ne ? d »y afternoon* from 4to s*o
and Saturday morning* from 10 to 12
lerms $1 per moutn, members' children
ree. Applications should be addressed
to the Secretary, T. H. Bessing.
Notice to the Public.
Charles Bauer has purchased the en
tire interest of Charles Gollmer in the
Eintracht and Anheuser saloons, and
also in the bottling establishment. Mr.
Bauer will collect and pay all bills of tho
lite firm. .
At Auction Today.
W. E. Beeson will nell a full lino ot
furniture, bedding, dißhes, etc.; also a
number of horses, mules, buggies, etc.,
at 10 a. m. Corner of Second and Fort
The Grave Gets Tired Yawning,
oecuiingiy, lor certain wretched invalids who
to.tdleieebly along, though always looking as
} were K° lu ß t0 die, but omitting to do
it. They dry up, wither, dwindle away finally,
but in the meantime never having robust
health, know nothing of the physical enjov
meut, the zest of that existence to" which they
cling with such remarkable tenacity. They
are always to be found trying to mend by
tinkering at themselves with some trashy
remedy, tonio or "pick me np" to give a fillip
to digestion, or "help the liver " If such mis
guided folk would resort and adheie to Hon
tetter's Stomach Bitters it would be well with
them. This superb invigoraut supplies the
stamina that the feeble require, by perma
nently reinforcing digestion and assimilation.
It overcomes nervousness, insomnia, malaria,
kidney complaints, biliousness, constipation,
rheumatism and neuralgia.
A Terrible Mistake
Is being made by some of our prominent busi
ness men, who think that as business is dull
they ought to Chirac their customers more to
make up for their lack of trade We believe
that by getting our goods direct, paying cash
for them, selling at a small profit and selling
plenty of them, that we will not o ulv keep our
customers but steadily gain more. We quote a
few prices: Eastern hams, 13c; eastern bacon,
12c: boneless nam, 15c; picnic hams, 10c.;
Berwick bay oysters. 45c,; full cream eastern
cheese, 10c ; refined lard, 3 pound can, 30c,
5-pound can, 50c, 10-pound can, 90c.; table
butter, from 35c. per roll; dried pencheß. 4
pounds for 25c. Golden Rule Produce Co..
main store, 3 S. Main street, telephone 9so;
branch, 134 W. First St., telephone 814.
M. Morley, Proprietor.
Rapid Beating of the Heart.
Whenever you feel an uneasiness in tho re
gion of the heart, a slight pain in the shoulder,
arm, or uuderthe shoulderblade, or when you
find yourself short of breath when exercising,
or your heart has periods of beating fast, >ou
have heart disease, and should take Da. Flint s
RkmeuY. Descriptive treatise with each bot
tle; or address Mack Drug Co., N. Y.
MRS. DR. WELLS,
FIR3T LADY LICENTIATE OF KENTUCKY
Educated abroad. Thirty years in. and eit
izen ol the United States. Many years of
successful practice in this city. Uter
ine and Rectal Diseases treated with skill
by new methods without knife or caustic.
Prompt relief in suppressed or painful menstru
ation. In Prolapsus, U.oeration, Congestion,
one trial will convince Weak, nervous, debil
itated women find a change at jr.ee. Life-size
manikins of human system. Consultation free.
402 SOUTH FOBT STREET.
— ITS. W.AM SMinSL.
N. W. Cor. Spring and First Sts
Discounts Until February Ist.
We are not "Retiring from Business;" we have no damaged
goods, but we must make room for Spring Stock, and
for CASH buyers, we offer
20 PER CENT 20
On every garment in our complete line of Men's Boys' and
IO PER CENT IO
On all Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Valises, etc., in
our large assortment
You get the full benefit, as you can be sure our goods
have not been marked up to meet the loss.
MULLEN, BLUETT & CO.
"W"B ABE NOT
Retiring from Business
We carry the Largest, Newest and Beßt Selected Slock of
FURNITURE, CARPETS, SHADES, CURTAINS
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Los Angeles Furniture Compy,
259-261 NORTH MAIN BT.. OPP. BAKER BLOCK. d! 9 lm
Buy Your Coal From First Hands.
NEW MEXICO COAL COMPY
Miners ana Wholtssio and Retail Dealers ln
Gallup, Aztec, Sunshine, and Cerrillos coal. All kinds of coal constantly in stock,
also Coke, Charcoal and Wood. We mine our own coal and handle it direct to the
consumer. No middle-men. Full weights guaranteed. Positively the best domes
before purchaßing elBewW Nowiflthe
CHAS. A. MARRINER, Gen'l Manager.
City Office, Hotel Nadeau. Telephone 855.
Yard, Corner East First street and Santa Fe avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. dB-tf
The powder never varies. A model ol purity
mill wholsoinouosa. More eoonomloal than the
ordinary kinds, and oannot be sold ln oompe-
Itlon with the multitudes of low teat, short
weight, slnm of phonphate powders. Sold onlt
in cans, Botal Bavins Powdsr 00., 106 Wall
It.. N. Y. THB JOHNSON LOOK.E MERCAN
TILE GO -, Ban Francisco.Agents. da-Am
LADIKB! MiiS. POSCH
Invites you to call at her
NEW STORE, 141 S. SPRING ST.,
Between Second and Third.
She will sell her elrgant stock at cost to close
out with the season,
sto.oo Hau, »15.00; SIO.OO Hats,
«?.00; SS.OO Hats. W3.50.
d 22 lm
J. C. CUNNINGHAM,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
Ms and Travelog Bap,
26 8. MAIN ST., Opp. Mott Market.
Repairing promptly attended to. Old trunks
tii aen in exchange. Orders called for and
delivered to all parts of the city. jl 3m
EAST SIDE LODGE, NO. 825, I. 0. O. F —
Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fel
lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downey aye.,
East Los Angeles.
"The Pioneers of the olden times,
Ignored the dollars and despised the dimes; jf 1/ \ \VA jg
But as wealth and power increases, I I j i k 7$
We break our necks to grab the five-cent pieces." 11l fm. II
The golden days of plenty have long since passed. Reckless
purchasing will never produce wealth. It is the careful
buyer that will always prosper. In dull times it is
well to economize, and nowhere can economy
be better exemplified than in our
Retail Clothing Department!!
Odd and End Sale
Has turned out more
Than any sale ever known in this city.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Woolen Suits, at $375.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Cheviot Suits, at $5.00.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Cassimere Suits, at $7.50.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Black Granite Suits, at $10.00.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Widewale Suits, at $12.50.
Odd and end sues in Men's Worsted Suits, at $15.00.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Chinchilla Overcoats, at $7.50.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Melton Overcoats, at $10.00.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Ulsters, at $4.50.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Long Prince Charles Over
coats, at $4.00.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Fjannel Undershirts, at 50c.
Odd and end sizes in Men's Woolen Undershirts, at 75c.
Odd and end sizes in Men's White Shirts, at 75c.
Odd and end sizes in Men's White Unlaundered Shirts,
at 37£ c.
121 to 127 N. Main Street.
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