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THE BOYS' HOME.
A WORTHY INSTITUFION: WHICH
DESERVES SUPPORT.
Some Information About Its Features.
What Has Been Accomplished During
the Year—Satisfactory Results.
The News Boys' home is one of the
charitable institutions of Los Angeles
that is doing a great deal of good. The
home is located in an unpretentious
frame building at No. 319 East First
street. Tart of the lower story is used
as a reading room. The second story
contains the school room, reception
room, dining room and kitchen. The
sleeping apartments are in the third
story and will comfortably accommodate
about twenty boys.
The advisory board is composed of the
following gentlemen: Mayor H. T.
Hazard, G. VV. McClellan, F. VV. Mills,
H. Chandler and Mr. Armour.
The board of trustees are : Mrs. Du
commun, Mrs. C. H. Bosbyshell, Mrs.
A. S. Grovesner, Hobbs.Mrs.
Dr. Sinsabaugh, Mrs. General McDon
ald, Mrs. Cockins, Mrs. Carter, Mrs.
Shinkwin, Mrs. Blythe and Mrs. Wood
ward.
The managers are: President, Mrs.
N. A. Stillman Drane; vice-presidents,
Mrs. Colonel Otis,Mrs. Finney and Mrs.
Wiggin; financial secretary, Mrs. C. If-
Bosbyshell; recording secretary, Mrs. F.
E. Bennett; treasurer, Mrs. E. A. For
rester; chairman of health committee,
Mrs. Dr. Hewling; chairman of house
hold committee, Mrs. A. S. Grovesner;
chairman of reading room committee,
Miss Blythe; committee on entertain
ment, Mrs. A. J. Brown and Mrs.
Brainard Smith.
Theae ladies all serve without com
pensation, giving their time and influ
ence willingly to help along the good
cause; only the matron and housekeeper
receive pay.
The home has only been organized for
about a year, and of course matters are
even yet in a somewhat crude state, but
taking into consideration the difficulties
to be overcome at the outset and the
comparatively small amount of money
expended, the board of managers feel
that much has already been accom
plished.
The reading room is especially de
voted to the newsboys, aud is becoming
a very popular evening resort for them.
It is a large, well ventilated room, pro
vided with maps, charts, pictures, mag
azines, newspapers, books and games.
Every night from thirty to forty hoys
congregate there. The ladies of the city
interested in the organization provide
musical and literary entertainments
from time to time. These are generally
held on Saturday evenings. Practical
lectures, on various subjects, illustrated
by experiments, are also given in which
the boys seem greatly interested.
A Sabbath school is held from 6 to 7,
in the evening, conducted by a commit
tee of ladies from the different churches.
It is entirely unsectaiian in its instruc
tion.
During the past month a night school
has been established, the city board of
education having kindly provided a
teacher —Prof. Lahman—at the expense
of the public school department. This
school is open to all who desire to avail
themselves of its privileges. It is al
ready proving a success, and bids fair to
accomplish much good.
The matron of the home, Mrs. Hilbish
("auntie," as the boys call her), is de
voted to her work. She is a Christian
woman, with a warm heart and motherly
feelings. Under her kind, tirin, judicious
management, there has been a wonder
ful improvement in d'scipline.
The domestic department, under the
charge of Mrs. Neely, is well managed.
The rooms and bedding are scrupulously
clean. The food is plain, but wholesome
and well cooked. Excellent home-made
bread is always found upon the table.
The recent addition of a bath room to
the building has proved very beneficial.
Since January, 1891, forty boys have
been registered as inmates "of the home.
Many of them came poorly clad, ragged
and dirty. As soon as possible they j
were comfortably clothed and employ- i
ment secured for them, thus cultivating '
habits of cleanliness, industry and self- j
reliance.
It should be understood that the home
is not solely for the benefit of newsboys,
but that any homeless boy who wishes
home comforts for a nominal price is
welcomed there and properly cared for.
Several such boys who are learning
trades and receiving but a few dollars
per week have recently come to the
home. One of the aims of the home is
to find suitable employment for boys
who are willing to work, but are unable
of themselves to find any. •
Of course some of the boys do not ap
preciate the efforts made in their behalf
and return to their old habits of life,
but a majority of them are very grate
ful, working during the day, studying at
night, and willingly pay the nominal
price charged for their board and room.
Six boys have been sent to their
homes since January, thus gladdening
the sad hearts of parents who had per
haps given them up as lost.
There is no doubt but that if those
persons who have so kindly assisted the
home by monthly contributions in
money, or by donations of food, fuel and
clothing, could watch the progress made
and realize the good accomplished in
various directions, they would not re
gret the assistance they have given the
ladies in their good work, but would
rather increase their contributions.
The board of managers wish to extend
through the columns of the Herald an
invitation to any or all of the citizens of
Los Angeles to visit the home and in
spect its workings. Especially would
they be pleased to see those who are so
kindly contributing to its support.
The term —one year—for which quite
a number of the original contributors to
the fund by which the home is support
ed will soon expire, and the managers
hope that they will renew their sub
scriptions, or that other liberal citizens
will take their places, so that the good
work may be continued and the benefits
to the class of homeless boys may be
increased.
REDONDO. ,
The children's hop given at the Re
dondo hotel last evening proved a de
lightful affair. It was indeed interest
ing to see some of the tiny little ones
going through the figures of the lancers,
and several figures of the german were
danced. At 8 o'clock the merry little
party assembled in the dining room,
where refreshments were served, the
orchestra discoursing sweet strains the
while. The party consisted of the fol
lowing : Misses Marguerite and Madalon
McConnell, Mildred and Nathalie Mer
nam, Gertrude and Berthey Lawson,
Masters Roy Baker, Van and Francis
Lea, Harold and Stewart McConnell.
Mrs. F. W. .Jurnett and Mrs. B. F.
McConnell attended a lunch party yes
terday in Los Angeles, given by Mrs." H.
O. Collins, of Adams street.
By some means Redondo items were
mixed with those from another town in
one of the daily papers this week and a
great deal of sickness was mentioned as
being in this town. The statement
should not be misunderstood, as it can
easily be, for there are no sick persons
in Redondo and the place is remarkably
healthy, indeed so much so that the only
physician had to leave some time ago
tor want of practice enough to pay ex
penses.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Joneß of Los An
geles are guests of the Redondo.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Granger of Pasa
dena are registered at the hotel, also J.
H. Luds of the same place.
Herve Friend of Los Angeles was
among the visitors.
The steamer Coos Bay started north
yesterday with 60 tons of freight.
The Alex. Duncan arrived from San
Francisco and left for the south, with 80
tons of freight.
The schooner Garden' City landed yes
terday with 700,000 feet of lumber for
the Willamette Lumber company. B.
ABOUT HANCHETTE.
A NUMBER OF NEW STORIES AD
VANCED ABOUT THE MYSTERY.
A Man Who Says the Secretary Has Gone
to South America—Detective Smith's
Statements—A Variety of Theories.
The Hanchette mystery is further
complicated by contradictory state
ments. The Express last evening stated
that a reporter had been given valuable
information in connection with the mys
terious disappearance, by a gentleman
most intimately connected with the
missing secretary. He says for a long
time Hanchette has been desirous of
going to South America, and just be
fore his departure for Chicago he inti
mated that if the orange carnival was
not a success, he (Hanehettel might go
there.
One gentleman further stated that a
member ot his family had employed
private detectives in Chicago, and that
they had learned to their satisfaction
that Hanchette went to New York city
from Chicago, passing through Detroit,
Mich., and that he is now en route to
South America. The gentleman who
gave the above information is prob
ably one of Hanchette's closest friends,
and up to the present time refused to
listen to anything that would tend to
cast a reflection upon the actions of
Hanchette.
"I am now convinced," said the gen
tleman, "and it may be several years
before we will hear from him, but you
will see I am correct in my statement."
When asked about Hanchette not in
forming his family, the gentleman said:
"I cannot account for it. He was one
of the most devoted husbands, but from
a boy he had the South American fever,
and when the carnival turned out a fail
ure, he was ashamed to return toLLots t
Angeles. lam disgusted with him as I
would be with my own brother, who
would desert a mother or a wife. But
Hanchette was in New York. That I
know, and I am convinced that he has
gone to South America."
The article further states that the
reporter's informant had been told that
two letters had been received here from
Chicago stating that Mr. Hanchette
would arrive here on or about the 10th
inst., but clung to his statement that
Hanchette had gone to New York and
would not return.
Detective Fred Smith, on the other
hand, states that he is satisfied that he
knows just where the missing man is,
why he did not come back and who his
companion is, and he promises some
developments about the matter soon
which will be far from pleasant for a
number of people, and of sensational
interest. What be bases his opinion on
Mr. Smith will not yet state.
Again, those who knew Hanchette the
best Btoutly assert that the mental
aberration theory will be found to be
the explanation of the whole matter.
ONTARIO.
Seven carloads more of machinery for
the Chino sugar factory arrived this
week. One hundred and thirty men
are at work putting the machinery in
place.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will give an ice cream social at Mrs.
Brackenndge's Tuesday night.
The voters of Cucamonga will hold an
anti-bond meeting tonight (Friday).
'J. H. Sourwine has been appointed
postmaster at North Ontario.
Mrs. C. D. Hammond, of Salt Lake
city, who is in quest of a home in South
ern California, inspected Ontario this
week.
Tomorrow (Saturday) is the day ap
pointed for the court house bond elec
tion. In the entire western part of San
Bernardino county and in the vicinity
of Riverside, there is a very strong sen
timent against the issuance of court
house bonds. San Bernardino, Red
lands and the contiguous country are
the only places that particularly favor
the project. The proposition will un
doubtedly be voted down. If the super
visors then endeavor to make good their
threat —levy a direct tax for a new court
house and jail—there will be war to the
hilt.
The prune crop in this locality will be
light; but the pear, peach and grape
crops will be exceptionally large.
John Reed and G. D. Stieeter, of
Lincoln, Neb.,were here this week look
ing for homes.
A. I'etsch, a wealthy rancher of Her
mosa, who owns one of the finest homes
in San Bernardino county, is conduct
ing a veritable experimental station. He
i has rare shrubs, plants and fruits from
| all parts of the tropics which he is ex
| Derimenting with. Among other things
he hopes to demonstrate that the ban
i ana of commerce can be successfully
grown on his ranch. On his place are
sixteen varieties of palms, thirty-four
varieties of grapes and an endless num
ber of native and imported cacti.
A Suggestion.
If you are troubled with rheumatism
or a lame back, allow ua to suggest that
you try the following simple remedy:
Take a piece of flannel the size of the
two hands, saturate it with Chamber
lain's Pain-Balm and bind it over the
seat of pain. It will produce a pleasant
warmth and relieve you of all pain.
Many severe cases have been cured in
this way. The Pain Balm can be ob
tained from C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North
Main street.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1891.
SANTA MONICA.
Lieutenant A. N. Eler, of Company V,
of the Ninth regiment, and Captain
Mathews spent the day here, locating
the camp grounds for the encampment
which will take place here in August.
The grounds selected are north of the
Jones mansion, on the bluff. It will
make an attraction here for the merry
month of August of no mean propor
tions.
The campers are beginning to come in,
and soon the beach will present a merry
scene of those who are pleasure bent.
J. A. Muir, of the Southern Pacific,
entertained a party of friends at the Ar
cadia pavilion today.
A. Dodt, of the Philadelphia ice cream
factory, spent Wednesday here, return
ing this morning.
The ladies of the relief corps gave an
other of their enjoyable socials at the
opera house Wednesday evening, which
proved not only agrand financial success
but a social one.
Mrs. J. 11. McDonald returned home
after several months' absence, visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Bachus, of
Portland.
A merry party, consisting of Papa
Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Adloff, and
Tom Strohm, drove down today, enjoy
ing their day's outing immensely. The
last seen they were rolling ten-pins,
when Mr. Schultz was vainly endeavor
ing to knock down one pin with ten
balls and had failed to succeed.
The many friends of Colonel Chapiu
will be pained to learn that the gentle
man is not gaining as fast as was hoped.
He is still in a very critical condition.
Let us hope that he will rally and be
amongst us soon.
Abe Greenwald, of Los Angeles, spent
the day here, attending to business while
he enjoyed the ocean spray.
Henry Watson, whose nuptials were
chronicled in last Tuesday's Herald,
spent the day here.
Today's arrivals at the Arcadia are:
J. H. Shankland, L. D. C. Gray, H. W.
O'Melveney, J. Bucher, Tho*.. F. Crane,
James Sheehy, San Francisco.
Mrs. J. J. McMunn, of East Los An
geles, who has spent the past winter and
spring with us, left today for home.
Today's arrivals at the St. James are:
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hostetter, M( L.
Hostetter, Morven Hostetter, Bakers
field, Harry T. Matthes, N. A. Wem, J.
H. Bennett, Santa Ana.
The plucking at the ostrich farm was
postponed for one week, and will take
place next Thursday.
The first car over the new track of the
horse railroad to the ostrich farm was
run today.
I. A. Willis & Co. have secured the
plumbing and roofing contracts on the
new Bryson block.
J. J. Frank, of Lillieuthal & Co.,
spent the day here. J. C. H.
Confirmed.
The favorable impression produced on the
first appearance of the agreeible liquid fruit
remedy Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been
more than confirmed by the pleasant experi
ence of all who have used it. and the success of
the proprietors and manufacturers, the Cal.
Fig Syrup Company.
L. G. Sresovich it Co. of San Francis
co have just received a cargo of extra fine
orange seed from Tahiti. This is the
only reliable seed that can be procured
and planted with safety ; it is coopered
in barrels, averaging 20,000 to 25.0C0
seeds. Those desiring any of this
choice stock are requested to order im
mediately.
The fight of the Trades Unions against
the Los Angeles Times is still on. When
that pape • concludes to employ union
labor, you will be notified through the
columns of the Workman Express and
Herald. Council of Labor.
Cheap excursion to San Diego and
Del Coronado by the Southern Califor
nia railway. Only one fare for the
round trip. For tickets going Saturday
and Sunday, good returning following
Monday, inclusive, apply at Santa Fe
ticket office, 129 North Spring street,
and First-street station.
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's Cure
will give immediate relief? Price 10 cts, 50
cts. and ?t. For sale by Heinzeman, 222 N.
Main, or Trout, Sixth and Broadway
For reliable male and female help apply to
the A. O. U. W. Employment Bureau, No. 215
S. Main st. No expense to those wishing help
or employment. Frank X. Engler, secretary.
How cheap! Just come and look at the
latest New York hats at the New York Bazaar,
148 North Spring street.
Take Eucaloline on your summer vacation
for insect bites and poison oak.
Ask your druggist for Eucaloline if you are
troubled with catarih
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.
Superior to every other known.
Used in Millions of Homes—
40 Years the Standard.
Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky
Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable
and Wholesome.
No other baking powder does such w*ork.
Mill wm,
Los Angeles county, Cal., a branch of the Con
vent of Our Lady of.the Sacred Heart, Oakland,
Cal.
This institution, conducted by the Sisters of
the Holy Names, occupies one of the most
picturesque sites in San Gabriel valley. It has
features of excellence that specially recom
mend it to public patronage. The course of
study embraces the various branches of a solid,
useful aud ornamental education.
For particulars, apply to the
3-3 LADY SUPERIOR.
When at Santa Monica call at
THE! "GEM"
Cor. Second St. and Utah aye., where you will
receive courteous treatmentby Jas. H. Ash and
J. H. McDonald. 6-9 3m
Orange Seed.
To the Public.
NERVOUS DEBILITY
Arising from youthful indiscretion,
excesses in maturer years, or from any
other cause; involuntary losses, loss of
memory and ambition, aversion to so
ciety, impurity of the blood, loss of
power, kidney and bladder troubles,
speedily and permanently cured when
every other remedy his failed, by
DR. STEINHARTS
ESSENCE Of LIFE.
PRICE $2.00,
In bottle or pill form, or six times the
quantity for $10.00.
To be had of the following druggists :
F. C. WOLF,
-106 W. First Street,
(Under the Natick.)
Los Angeles, : : Cal.
:OR:
c. c:. bean,
Cor. Pearl and Pico Streets,
Los Angeles, : : Cal.
AMUSEMENTS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
McLain <fc Lehman, Managers.
INSTANTANEOUS HIT
or /
CHARLES FROH MAN'S
New York Stock Company,
TONIGHT
Only presentation of Sardou's masterpiece,
DIPL.OMACYI
Saturday Matinee and Night positively last
two performances of
MEN AND WOMEN!
Prlceß, $1.50. |I.QO, 75c, 5Qc and 25c.
NEW LOS ANGELES THEATER.
H. C. Wyatt, Manager
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, June 12 and 13.
GRAND FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY.
"No ppnt up Utica confines his powers. The
whole world is Lis.'' The idol ot the Ameri
can public.
THE ONLY CHAMPION.
: JOHN L_. SULLIVAN :
And bis own Superb Dramatic Co. in
IHONEST HEARTS:
—AND
: WILLING HANDS.:
NEW LOS ANGELES THEATER.
H. C. WYatt, Manager.
JUNE 15, 16 AND XI
The Favorite German Dialect Comedian,
Mlt. GEO. C. stalky:
lv the successful comedy-drama,
| A ROYAL PASS! j
Monday, June 15th, benefit of Manager
H. C. Wyatt.
Popular Prices—s I. Ot), 75c, 50c and 25c.
Seats on sale Thursday, at 10 a. m.
POTOMAC BLOCK,
213 South Broadway, next to Y T . M. C. A.
; June Festival and Bazaar! •
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURS
DAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
June 15th to 20th.
Grand Opening Monday evening. Programme
each evening at 8 o'clock. Ice Cream, Soda and
other refreshments day and evening. Dinner
(except Monday) from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
I,unit from 5 to 0:3o p. m. New England
dinner Wednesday
Given by the ladies for the benefit of Grace
M. E. church.
Admission, 25c, including lunch or dinner at
the regular hours.
QRIGINAL VIENNA^BUFFET,
THE LEADING FAMILY RESORT,
Hierholzek & Hl'der, Props.,
Corner Main and Requena streets.
THE CELEBRATED
Hungarian Ladles' Orchestra!
L'nder the direction of Mr. Valentine Hubeb,
render a highly selected Concert nightly
from 7:30 p. m. till 12 m. Free
to the public.
Family entrance. Family Department.
We also have in connection
A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT,
Also Cold Lunches and Imported Edibles.
VIENNA BUFFET.
I THE ONLY FAMILY RESORT, I
114 AND 116 COURT STREET,
Opposite the Courthouse. F. Kerkow, Prop.
FREE ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT
Every night, and Matinee on Wednes
day from 2 to 4 p. m.
Family Entrance. Family Department.
THIS WEEK — CHEAREZADE, Egyptian
Princess, and the famous Bohemian Orchestra,
with MISS MARIE JENABKY, Leader and
Violin Virtuoso.
Fine Lunch and French Dinners all day.
The only place for imported beer, Lemp's
Extra Pale Beer on Draught.
ANGELES NATATORIUM
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON !
' WAI?M SWIMMING BATH I i
Broadway, next to City Hall.
Hot and Cold Baths for Ladies and Gentlemen
in Porcelain Tubs at all hours.
Large Dressing Room in connection with
Ladies' Baths.
W. J. McCALDIN, Pres't and Manager.
3-19-3 m
TyjEINE'B ORCHESTRA
Can be engaged for Balls, Parties, Soirees, Re
ceptions; can furnish any number wanted.
—also—
Music arranged C. Calvin on short notice.
Office at 26b 8. Main street, opposite Third
street Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m.; and
from 1 to 3, p. m.
5-30 3m FRED. MEINK, Manager.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives
to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." For sale
by Heinzeman, 222 N. Main, or Trout, Sixth
and Broadway.
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AMUSEMENTS.
MOVELTY * THEATER.^
Chas. A. Doyle, Manager. North Main, near First Street.
"THE FAMILY THEATER OF LOS ANGELES."
weieik c ? m^ t n u june: c.
Guthrie's successful and hilarious Farco-Coniedy,
LOVE IN A. BAKERY!
Efficient Company, Appropriate Wardrobe and Accessories.
ALSO AN 0.M9 OF t'LEVKR SPECIALTIES.
ADMISSION, lOc Find 20c. :-: CURTAIN at 8:15 P. M
* Matinees Saturday and Sunday at 3
' — H =
%C&r FREE! FREE! FREE!
Grand Musical Eutertaiiiinent by the Celebrated
HAMILTON COLORED JUBILEE SINGERS!
. OPENING MONDAY, JUNE 15, 8 P. M., AT
THE LARGE PANORAMA HALL,
Corner South Main and Fourth streets (entrance on Fourth street), Los
Angeles, and continuing for one week.
SOT SPECIAL SEATS RESERVED FOR LADIES. Jfjf§
DR. A. A. CHRISHOLM,
AL FAL FA MEDICINE CO.,
HILLSBORO, WIS.,
WILL DELIVER A LECTURE. All are cordially invited to attend. Matters
not what your complaint or disease may be, come and learn how to be healed.
THE POOR WILL BE TREATED WITHOUT CHARGE.
Hall flooded with numerous ELECTRIC LIGHTS. Come and see us. A
great surprise awaits you. _WOT" Watch and wait for grand street parade of the
Al Fal Fa Medicine Company Band. 0-9 lm
In order to introduce my
r J|m Genuine Hand - Sewed $5
\ m ... v Shoes, I have authorized my
pip i if?S^. : jBS) Agent for Los Angeles, to sel!
mPHhHL l!r All widths and sizes. Button,
Lace and Congress. Three
No. 124 West First St.
$5. | W. L. DOUGLAS. | $4.
TROY LAUNDRY,
Works. 571. 573 ni 575 North Ilia Strut Telephone No. 46
MAIN OFFICE, UNDER LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, FIRST AND SPRING STREETS.
Dress Shirts and Lawn Tennis Suits and Tennis Shirts Neatly Done.
3eod-3m
JUST RECEIVED. JAMES »fl ffkfl
j means o»3 oiiuc/iS jbt^i
Several New Styles of the Latest Fashion th<? best T,'! c \ an o 18 D* 1 /* ■
J everywhere. Hits is theorig-/Q : _U_U_wmß I
Inal to Shoe. Beware of iml- / « I _t S3
tations. Positively nono /& -_\__9 • I
JAMES MEANS' SSS# I
j. means & co.. /V 1 mm\wL?<&**\
41 Lincoln s_ el, /JS? \
$3, $4 and $5 Shoes. O^^N^sg
JAMES MEANS $4 SHOE is neat and stylish. It fits like a stocking, and
liKQTJIK.ES NO "BEEAKING IN," being perfectly easy the first time It is worn.
It will satisfy the most fastidious. J AMES MEANS $3 SHOE is absolutely the
only shoe of the price that has ever been placed extensively on the market in which durability
is considered before mere outward appearance.
JAMEs MEANS ?2 SHOE for Boys, JAMES MEANS FARMER SHOE and JAMEB MEANS
QUARTER EAGLE BOOTS FOR FARMERS are all staple lines that always give satisfaction.
Boots and .Shoes from our celebrated factory are sold by
N. BENJAM IN, (Sole Agent for Lob Antelesl
BOSTON SHOE STORE
J. i-i2m COR. MAIN AND SECOND, LOS ANGELES.
CARPETS! CARPETS
Over Fifty Pieces, 3000 yards, Bigelow and other standard makes of Body Brussels
for sale at extremely low prices.
WE ARE OVERSTOCKED IN THESE GOODS.
Also a complete line of other Carpets, and all kinds of Furniture at Lowest Prices.
New Goods constantly arriving from the East.
NILES PEASE,
337-339-341 SOUTH SPRING.
4-12-3 m
E. W. HOPPERSTEAD & CO.,
Barber * Supplies and Cutlery,
133 W. Third St,., Los Angeles, Cal.
THE MOST COMPLETE GRINDING PLANT
on the Pacific Coast.
Sole manufacturers of the celebrated Diamond
Festus Razors. China Painting and Burning
done to order. 4-12-3 m
UNITED STATES STABLE,
PETER OLOB, Proprietor.
Horses, Carriages and Saddle Horses To Lei
All Kinds of Horses Bought and Sold.
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Telephone 286.
N0.205 Flower street, Los Angeles, Cal
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