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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, January 31. 1890: I Bar. 92 I 90 W'd .Vol. I NE 1 1 \r.Va\s W i 4 I Cl'dy 5.07 A. M. 5:07 p. m. 44 B9 Max. tern., 62; mln. tern., 43. j Indications. Ban Francisco, January 31—Forecast for Caltfornia, till Bp. m Saturday: Fair weather, with the exception of light latns in the district from the latitude of San Francisco north PERSONAL. Prof. Robert C. Hargraves has gone to Oceanside for a few days. Mrs. James Thomas and Miss Emma Nfcylor, of Kansaß City, are visiting the city. | Jos. Elliott, W. W. Miller and F. R. Miller, of Los Angeles, visited the mines at Monrovia yesterday. Charlie Keyes, of Judge Wade's court, was out yesterday, the first time since la grippe took such a hard hold of him. Mr. George Edwin Tucker, represent ing Hans the Boatman, is in the city pre paring for the appearance of his show. Hon. E. F. Spence has been confined to his room for several days with the "grip." He ejects to be out in a day or two. F. A. Gibson waß out yesterday for the first time in many days. He has had probably the worst attack of the grippe that has been in Los Angeles. W. Walsh, of the San Francisco Exam iner, is at the Nadeau. Mr. Walsh came down to report the speech of Henry George, who woe to speak here last even ing. Mr. John Burns, of Los Angeles, has sold his twenty-acre orange ranch, one half mile east of Monrovia, to J. H. King man, an old resident of lowa, for the consideration of $7,500. J. G. Bennett, of the Nadeau, is suf ficiently recovered to be seen about the office of the hotel aarain, and to receive the congratulations of his many friends on his rapid recovery. F. W. Robinson, of Philadelphia, who spent some time at the Nadeau last fall, and made a great many friends here, has returned to the city to spend a few days previous to starting for Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. May and daugh ter, of Oakland, have returned to the Nadeau, after spending a few days at Rivereicle, where Mr. May was viewing for the first time the great orange belt of California. Frank Miller, Riverside; John W. McDavid, W. Walsh, San Francisco; H. F. Hartsell, Wichita; Sig. Weiskropf. San Diego; G. S. Collins, Daggett; Mrs. H. S. Sloan, Redlands; Joseph Brown, San Bernardino; A. W. May, wife and daughter, Oakland; Miss E. Sr.owe, Miss Helen Levri, Walthain, Mass.; AY. Fox, London, England, are at the Nadeau. L C. Abbott, Hartford, Conn.; Miss H. E. Durgin, San Diego; Jas. H. Fancher, W. H. Fayman ana family, New York; R. W. Richardson, Fuller ton; H. C. Dillon and family, Long Beach; B. Millett, Denver; C. S. Henry, Long Beach; E. M. Reese, C. J. Mc- Divitt, Santa Paula; Wm. Birch, Roches ter, Minn.; L. H. Sullivan, Chicago; H. E. Carr, New York; F. Evans, J. Berg hauves, John R. Sayerß, C. C. Haley, E. J. Becht, San Francisco; Phil Montague, San Francisco Examiner; J. L. Howland, Pomona; C. M. Dohrmann, Stockton; Mrs. John Thomas and family, Miss Emma Naylor, Kansas City; Mrs. Thomas Meyerhoff, Hamburg, Germany ; Miss A. N. Brown, Miss J. Brown, New port, Ky.; J. W. Dwyer, Wolf Goss, D. E. Conway, Trop, N. V.; R. W. Wyllis, Hamilton, Ont., and Fred T. Perris, San Bernardino, are at the Hollenbeck. SEWS NOTES. There will be a match shoot tomorrow between teams of ten men each from Companies A and C of the National Guard. There will be a meeting of the Home Creamery Company at the Savings Bank, corner Main and Winston streets, today at 1:30 p. m. All interested are invited. The regnlar monthly meeting of the King's Daughters will be held at the Fort-street M. E. church at 2 :,"0 this afternoon, when the annual election of officers will take place. AH members are requested to be present. Word was received by the secretary of the Chamber of Commerce yesterday that the meeting of the State Board of Trade had been postponed for ten days, by reason of the failure of trains to run in the northern part of the State. On Thursday evening next there will ba a battalion drill of several companies of the Seventh Kegiment, N. G. C. The battalion will comprise Companies A, C end F of this city. They will be com manded by Lieutenant-Colonel A. T. Palmer. R. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 18 8. Spring. Depositions taken. AMUSEMENTS. v Carmen << Produced by Itllss Km ma Juch. The Juch Opera Company, at the Grand last night, produced Bizst's charming opera, Carmen. It iB one of the most gorgeously picturesque operas of the day, and it abounds in fine music. Several of its passages' are as fine as any thing in its line extant. The opera was perfectly set and splendidly costumed. The orchestra is the best that has visited this city, with the exception of Thomas's and Patti's of two years ago. Gilmore's does not count, as it was instrumental merely, and not as an accompani ment to an opera. Tbe chorus did splendid work all through the rendition of Carmen, and Miss Juch in the title role was all that could be expected. Her acting was excellent, she looked the part in all the scenes, and she sang with a great deal of power and precision. Her voice is aa fresh as a lark and ad clear as a bell. It was only a deserved compli ment that she was called before the cur tain at the end of each act. But there favorable comment must end. Signor Tagliapietra waa ill again, and his part waa assigned to another. The role of tho "Toreador" is one out of which as much can be made as aim oet any in opera. It requires a voice of no mean order and a skillful actor to do the role properly. It was not so done last night. It ia a pity that so much ill luck Las followed this company. They were pre vented from coming here at tbe original THB LOS ANGELES DAILY HBRALD; SATURDAY MuKISIKq, FEBRUARY 1, 1890. date. They arrived hours late on Wed nesday. On Thursday Miss Juch and Tagliapietra were both out, and the pro gramme was changed. The pity is the greater in view of the royal welcome Los Angeles has been disposed to give this company. The splendid house of the opening night and the patient wait of over two hours, with a packed and intelligent audience of the most brilliant people of the city last night, are sufficient evidence of this. It is much to be hoped that there may be no morn interruptions of the pro gramme. Those that have already taken place may interfere with the success of the season. At the matinee this after noon Der Frieschut: will be given, and this evening the Bohemian Girl, with Miss Juch as "Arline." It is hoped that Tagliapietra will sing the "Count." The next attraction ot the Grand opera house will be Mr. Charles Arnold in Hans, the Boatman, Clay M. Greene's idyllic comedy drama. This play is one of the few American plays that has been successful in England. It was produced for the first time on any stage at Shef field, and after a few weeks in the provinces was taken into London, where it eDjoyed a run of 315 nights between Terry's and the Strand theaters. It was then taken out to Australia, where it had a successful season of over one year. It i f replete with pathetic and dramatic situations, and plentifully besprinkled with original songs. Little May Han nan, tbe talented English child actress, who accompanies Mr. Arnold, has ex ci'ea the admiration of two hemispheres, she having accompanied him on his tour of the world. Seats may be had on Monday at the box-office. At ttie Los Angeles. There will be a regular matinee at the Los Angeles this afternoon, and the Pearl of Pekin will be repeated in the evening. It ia a very funny comic opera, fall of light, lively music and funny scenes. It deserves the good houses it has drawn. I Beginning on Monday next Mr Au gu<!tin Daly's great succeeßes, A Night Off and An Arabian Night will be seen at ihe Los Angeles theater. On Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings A Night Off will be the attraction, aud the bafance of the week An Arabian Night will be presented in Los Angeles for the first time. Many pleasing notices come to us concerning the company, from which we take the following from the Portland Telegram: Without a great blast of trumpets Au gustiu* Daly's A Night Off Company appeared at the New Park last night, and a more perfectly and evenly balanced organization has rarely entertained an audience in that house. The plot of the comedy is replete with the most ludi crous and innocuously funny situations, and being handled by very clever people, it cannot fail to have a most successful run here for a week. There is not a drag or a lull during tho entire four acts. Sale of seats now progressing. YES, HE IS HERE. Simmons, tbe World-Renowned Re. frlfferator Alan. Stopping at the Nadeau hotel. He is a guest that no doubt many of our citizens wi'l be glad to meet. He is no less than James Simmons, the inventor aud pat entee of the Simmons world-renowned dry-air refrigerator and cooling rooms—a man that has built and put in successful and practical operation more refrigerators and cooling rooms than any known man in the world. Suffice it to say that al ready, in his short stay here, the follow ing leading people of our city have been benefited by it and do cheerfully recom mend his work above all others in all their practical experience: As an evidence of the merits of these famous cooling rooms, the proprietors of the Hotel Nadeau. Nati.ik house; Miles Morley, of the Golden Rule Provision Company; Savage, of the Spring-street meat market; the Chicago meat market; Vickery & Hinds, wholesale and retail butcher?; Redondo Beach Hotel Com pany ; the above, with many otherß too numerous to mention, all bear witness in our own city, as well as the numerous references which Mr. Simmons brings with him from all the leading firms upon the Pacific Coast. Call and see him and he will be pleased to explain to you the whys and wherefores that this cooling room is superior to all others from hiß long experience. It is built in every de tail upon the most scientific principles. The new Nationalist paper will not make its appearance till about the middle of next week, the type having been de layed on the road. A Specific for Heart Disease. Pr. Flint's remedy removes the danger of ■■uddeu death from heart disease, and cures long-standing cases of disease ol the heart, bringine back health and strength. 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Prompt relief ln suppressed or paiuful menstru ation. Iv Prolapsus, Ulceration, Congestion, oue trial will convince. Special treatment for diseases incident upon the climacteric period. Many are driven insane from reflex, nervous bralu troubles; others burdened with Tumors, nances, Varicose Ulcers. City references Con sultation free. 402 SOUTH. FORT STREET. jl2tl ' ' __________ I ' ll '*''^ ol7B, ' On Account of Dissolution of Co-Partnenliip THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE WHITE BOISE CLOTHING MPffll WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE OR LIMIT. Sale Commencing Tuesday, Jan uary 21, 1890. COR. SPRING AND FRANKLIN. HANK STATEMENTS. ATEMENT~OF —OF THE— STATE LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES, January 1, JB9O. Commenced business March 11,1889. RESOURCES. Cash on hand $60,507 53 Cash lv Banks 12,8(59 47 Total Cash $ 73,377 00 Loans 481,178 79 Stocks, bonds aud wanants 11,699 20 Taxes 371 63 Fixtures 9,305 55 $575,932~22 LIABILITIES. Capital (paid in) $300,181 00 Profit and Loss 9,393 08 Deposits 266,358 14 $575,932~22 State of California, ) County of Los Anokles, ( Geo. H. Bonebrako, President, and S. B. Hunt, Secretary, of the State Loan and Trust Company of Los Angeles, being severally duly sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing statement is true, to the best of his knowledge and belief. GEO. H. BONEBRAKE, President. 8. B. HUNT, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d day of January, 1890. (sisal.) RICHARD D. LIST, Notary Public. ja4 lm QALIFORNIA BANE, Statement close December 31 18S9. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts. $ 484,115 50 Keal estate, vaults and fixtures .. 137 502 00 Expenses 9 354 08 Cash ou hand $705,433 79 Cash in banks 217,867 91 923.301 70 $1,554,273 28 LIABILITIES. Capital paid up $ 300,000 00 Surplus and Profits 42,999 88 Dividends uncalled for 24 00 Due depositors 1,211,249 40 $1,554,273 28 H. C. WITMER, President. j2-lm T. J. WELDON, Cashier. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION —OF — THE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES, At tho olose of business on December 31, 1889. ASSETS. Cash on hand $51,96S 00 Cash due from banks .. 22,101 52 Cash on call 5,422 51 $ 79.492 03 Loans 230,575 98 Furniture and fixtures 2,796 77 Expenses and taxes paid 9,05120 $321,915' 98 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid iv $100,000 00 Surplus 20,000 00 Undivided profits 21,380 82 Dne banks 71 96 Time deposits 64,470 45 Deposits subject to check 115,992 75 $321,915 98 STATEMENT OF THE PAID-UP CAPITAL —OF THE— UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES, On December 31, 1889. Amount of Capital paid up in United States gold coin $100,000 00 State of California, I County of Los Angeles,( 6H- R. M. Widney, President, and George L. Ar nold, Cashier, of the University Bank of Los Angeles, being severally duly sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing Statement it true to the beßt of his knowledge aud belief. R. M. WIDNEY, President. GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier. 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AU who aro interested in the prosperity of this city will admit tho necessity of building up our niauufacturing industiics. This can best be dc.ie by liberally patronizing those we now hare. A careful reading of tals depjrtmeat will pay everyone. '[ gANITARY PLUMBING. FRANK A. WEIN3HANK, PLCniIEB, UAB ANY STEAM FITTER, ! 128 E. Second Street. Telephone 136. i Machinery of all kinds repaired. General Jobbiug promptly attended to. jaB 3m rOS ANGELES TOOL WORKS, F. T. BINGHAM, Proprietor. ' manufacturer of Engines and. Ma chinery ef all kinds. ' Having eulargcd the Brass Foundry, special attention given to large or Bir all Brat.s, Bronze, German Sil"er and Zinc Castings, Gold, Silver and Nickel Plating. Pattern and Model Mak ing a specialty. THIRD STREET. BET FOP.T AND HILL. ; jaB-lm Telephone 348. fl A TTmYfl'nT Take no shoes nnless CAUTION K-SiSaS bottom. If the dealer cannot supply you, send direct to factory, enclosing advertised W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE CENTLEMEN. 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