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LOS ANGELES HERALD
I Quick Returns From Advertising.
Look on the sixth page of the Herald for
wanted help, situations, agents and wants of
all descriptions; also, houses to rent, rooms to
rent, live stock for sale, business chances, per
sonal notices, money to loan, bargains in real
estate, property to exchange, business and pro
fessional cards and amusements These adver
tisements are cheap and always bring cus
United States Weather Offlce.
Report of observations taken at Los Ansel es
April 20, 1892:
Max cein..C7; mm. tern, 43.
San Francisco—Weather forecast, lair.
Rafael Grijava, a 16-year-old Mexican
boy, was sent to VVhittier reform school
yesterday by Judge Smith.
Clerk Bray of the county clerk's of
fice says this will be a big month in the
way of issuing marriage licenses.
Fred Klokow, who was reported to
have disappeared after threatening to
commit suicide, was seen recently at
Redlands driving a dray.
There will be asocial for the young peo
ple of the First Congregational church
on Friday evening, to be given by the
young ladies of the church.
Tomorrow afternoon, at Y. M. C. A.
parlors, the Young Women's Christian
association of Southern California will
begin its second annual convention.
Yesterday the supervisors sent Mrs.
Hart, a demented woman, who has been
wandering around Redondo for some
time past, to the county hospital. She
was accompanied by a child 10 years
old, and claims that she was robbed in
San Bernardino some time ago.
The ladies of the Temple-street Chris
tian church will give a lunch at the old
court house on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, 21st, 22d and 23d inst., from
11 to 2 daily. Patronize the ladies; get
a first-class lunch for only 25 cents. The
proceeds are to go toward paying for
There are undelivered telegrams at
the office of the Western Union Tele
graph company, Main and Court streets,
for H. R. Holt.W. H. Paul, John Burns,
F. Mass, Emerson Piddy, Texter Scott,
Toby W. Johnson, James J. Hill,
Charlie Treager, Anthony Henges and
James Y. Hammond.
Humane Officer Wright stated yester
day that he had been the subject of at
tacks unjustly accusing him of showing
too little interest in the case of Mrs.
Ada Eubank, who is accused of cruelly
maltreating her little boy. Mr. Wright
says that he has seen Mr. McCleese, the
prosecuting witness, and has secured
from him the promise that he wiil be
on hand Friday to testify in the case.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real es
tate dealer in Dcs Moines, lowa, nar
rowly eecaped one of the severest at
tacks of pneumonia while in the north
ern part of the state during a recent
blizzard, says the Saturday Review. Mr.
Blaize had occasion to drive several
miles during the storm and was so thor
oughly chilled that he was unable to
get warm, and inside of a hour after
his return he was threatened with a
severe caee of pneumonia or lung fever.
Mr. Blaize sent to the nearest drug
store and got a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, of which he had often
heard, and took a number of large doses,
He says the effect was wonderful and
that in a short time he was breathing
quite easily. He kept on taking the
medicine and the next day was able to
come to Dcs Moines. Mr. Blaize regards
his cure as simply wonderful. 50 cent
bottles for sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222
North Main, druggist.
George W. Peachy,
The boss saddle and harness maker, has re
moved to 30!) N. Main street, Downey block.
Call and see me. Work cheaper than any
other harness place in the city.
C. T. Paul, stoves, hardware, etc., has removed
to 130 8. Main.
Have your carpets cleaned and laid by Robert
Sharp & Co. Tel. 217. No. 208 E. Seventh St.
J. F. Hamer, manager.
R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165.
The President With Us.
Not the president of the United States but
another one. Ask for him at the clothing
house of Mullen, Bluett & Co.
Retiring from Business.
Wall paper, mouldings, Lincrusta Walton, at
cost, at W. B, Stewart's, 238 South Spring.
A Long Needed Want.
The enterprising proprietors, Garms &
Zorb, of the Olympic Hall have opened a bowl
ing alley and shuffle board. All lovers of the
above games will please take notice.
Santa Monica the Beautiful.
Come to the Boehme block for a clean, sun
ny, airy room Second street, near Utah avenue,
or at the Boehme Villa, corner of Ocean and
Oregon avenue. George Boehme, proprietor.
Humphrey's Home Furnishing House,
507 S. Spring Street,
Has removed to 654 S. Main st. All kinds of
household goods sold on weekly or monthly
Blue Ribbon Beer,
Brewed by Pabst Brewing company. Milwau
kee, is an excellent tonic—just the thing for
nursing mothers and invalids. Germain Fruit
eompanv, corner Commercial and Los Angeles
sts.,sole"agents. Telephone No. 12.
Campbell's Curiosity Store.
Mexican. Indian and California curios at low
est prices, 325 South Spring street.
Drink Mineral Waters
At Beckwith's Pharmacy, 30JJ N. Main, near
Supreme Court Adjourned,
And the judges have left, but we still have in
our city thousands of competent ju'lgfs of fine
clothing, aud the verdict is that Mullen, Bluett
& Co. are the people to deal with.
Take Your Prescriptions
To Beckwith's Pharmacy, 303 N. Main, near
Fine Brushes a Specialty,
At Beckfflth's Pharmacy, 303 N. Main, near
Ring Cup Telephone No. 12
For Blue Ribbon beer. Finest light beer in the
Lumber Delivered Anywhere ln the City.
T*t us figure your bill at lower prices than
ever. Willamette Lumber Co., Redondo.
A Bpeclal L.ot of Trimmed
Hats on sale at the Kcw York Bazaar 148
North Spring street
Broadway Cndertaklng Parlors.
Howry & Bresee, funeral directors, Broad
way" near Sixth St. Telephone 213. Open nights.
Snir-iner lap dusters at Foy'S old reliable sad
dlery House, 315 North Los Angeles street.
Call for John Wieland's Beer; it is the best.
Pabst Milwaukee beer, finest in the market.
For sale by all dealers.
Pa«tnre-Sunnyside farm, Vermont avenue.
Pierre Gabaig, a native of France, was
made a citizen by Judge Van Dyke yes
Just arrived, a carload of the cele
brated Anheuser-Busch buck beer.
Buck! Buck! Buck! Last of the
season but still the lead of the bucks.
Catalina's climate ia lovely. Avalon
House enlarged and open for guests.
Three steamers a week as per time table,
Dr. D. McSwegan, who has been visit
ing the principal hospitals and medi
cal colleges of the world for the past
three years, has resumed hiß practice
here at 818)6 South Spring street.
Everyone ought to try Anheuser buck.
Headquarters: Anheuser saloon, 243 S.
Spring street; Eintracht, 163 N. Spring
street; Henberger, 412 S. Spring street.
The board of fire commissioners did
not meet yesterday morning in regular
session, becaupe no quorum was in at
Los Angeles to Long Beach and return
50 cents, and San Pedro and return 60
cents, on the Los Angeles Terminal rail
way, good going Saturday or Sunday
and returning Saturday," Sunday and
Matthiae & Theobald, bottlers of the
Anheuser-Buech beer, have also a stock
of the Buck bottle beer on hand. Send
in your orders by telephone, Nos. 467,
Dr. White, the old specialist at 116
East First street, treats all private
chronic and nervous diseases for $10
per month, or a cure guaranteed for $20.
No hired substitutes or surgical staff ?
fake. Dr. White is consulted in person.
The family demand for the celebrated
exquisite white label Anheuser-Busch
bottled beer has greatly increased. This
is undoubtedly the finest export beer in
the market. Messrs. Last & Fisk are
the sole agents in Southern California
for this beer, and are kept quite busy
The quickest time and best service
from Los Angeles to the east is made
by the Santa Fe route. The equipment
not excelled. Tourist sleeping-car ex
cursions, with gentlemanly agent in
charge, through to Boston, leave Los
Angeles every Thursday. Information
concerning time and routes to all eastern
cities cheerfully furnished at ticket
office, 129 North Spring street, or at
Three superbly illustrated lectures
will be given for the benefit of the Or
phan's home, by Donald Downie, B. C.
L., at Turnverein hall, as follows:
Wednesday, April 20th, Picturesque
Ireland; Thursday, April 21st, Napo
leon ; Friday, April 22d, Around the
World with a Camera. Interspersed
with vocal and instrumental music.
Admission, 25 cents; course tickets, for
the three entertainments, adults, 50
cents ; course tickets for the three en
tertainments, children, 25 cents.
Commencing April 24th, a through
vestibule Pullman sleeper will leave
San Francisco and Sacramento daily for
Chicago, via Denver and Rio Grande
and Rock Island railways, pasging Salt
Lake and the Royal Gorge by daylight,
making close connections at Denver
with the Rock Island limited vestibule
train, arriving in Chicago at 7 :45 a. in.,
in time for connections eaßt with all
trunk lines. For sleeping car reserva
tions apply to any agent of the Southern
Pacific company, or F. W. Thompson,
agent Rock Island route, 138 S. Spring
street, Los Angeles.
THE NATIVE SONS.
Great Preparations Being Made for
The Native Sons are beginning to ar
rive. C. N. Davis, the delegate from
San Miguel, J. Moody of Pasa Bobleß
and Percy V. Long of Eden parlor, Hay
wards, are at the Ramona. Mr. Moody
is accompanied by his wife. Mr. Long
is deputy clerk of the supreme court.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Rvan of
Sacramento have taken apartments
at the Nadeau hotel. A. Ramish, the
chairman on decorations, was busy yes
terday, and considerable work was done
under his direction. One firm has given
an order for decorations to cost $150,
while a number proposo to spend $100.
Los Angeles will present a gala ap
pearance by Saturday. Native eons and
daughters can get theii tickets for the
kite-shaped excursion at 206 North
Spring street. Anthony Schwamm is
chairman for the excursion, which
promises to be very popular with our
A beautiful souvenir is now being
gotten out, with views of Los Angeles.
The programme as previously outlined
in the Herald will be carried out. The
Electric company have agreed to have a
number of cars at the Arcade depot to
bring the visitors up town. The Native
Sons of Los Angeles propose that the
annual session of 1892 shall eclipse all
Once lost, it is difficult to restore the
hair. Therefore be warned in time,
lest you become bald. Skookum root
hair grower stops falling hair. Sold by
Fell In a Fit.
The gentleman who fell in a fit at the
corner of Spring and Third streets, was
so exceedingly well dressed that instead
of taking him to the receiving hospital
he was taken to a hotel. He only re
covered suffiriently to say, "Take me
home." On removing his coat the mark
of Gordan Bros., Uilors. 118 South
Spring street, waß seen. His residence
was then easily located on Figueroa
street, where he was taken.
TUB ART KXHIKIT.
Owing to the crowds of people at our Art Ex
hibit, many were unable to see and examine
the works, therefore, to oblige them, we will
exhibit Monday and Tuesday, April 17 and 18.
Everybody invited free to the Davis Sewing
Machine office, 128 South Main street, between*
First and Second.
Arrowhead Hot Springs.
A mountain health and pleasure resort.
Elevation 2000 feet: pure air and water, min
eral Bprings, mud baths, unexcelled in tieir
curative qualities; resident physician. Hotel
elegantly appointed; every modern conven
ience, incandescent electric lights in every
room. Six miles from San Bernardino Dally
mall and stage. Reasonable rates. N'.w and
liberal management. For particulars, call on
or address Stanton & Van Alstlnc, lessees. 11l
South Broadway, or W. W. Beach, manager,
A Counter Charge.
One counter alone in the store of Mullen,
Bluett & Co. is charged with the best lino of
knee pants ever shown in I.os Angeles.
Mothers and invalids order Double Extra
Brown Stout, unsurpassed as a tonic and appe
tizer—superior to any foreign made. Jacob
Adolff, agent. Telephone, 408. P. O, box 1231,
The Hotel Gazette! Uo you read it?
THE LOS T ANGELES HERALD: THTTRSPAY MORNING. APRIL 21, 1892.
Phil Stein, the hustling merchant of
Pomona, was in the city yesterday.
A. W. Bruner came in from Colton
yesterday to take in the dog show.
John C. Fisher, manager of the new
opera house at San Diego, is in the city.
S. A. Carleton, a leading business man
of Boston, Mass., is here on a brief
Sam N. Osborne, the insurance agent,
celebrated his first half century yester
General Manager Wade of the Santa
Fe is at Coronado nursing an injured
G. L. Smith, of the Pullman Car com
pany, Chicago, is in the city on a busi
W. W. Beach, manager of the Arrow
head hotel, is registered at the Hollen
J. M. Reuck, the enterprising editor
of the Californian of Bakersfield, is at
A. W. Krech of St. Paul, who has
been wintering at Sierra Madre, leaves
for the east today.
Editor C. F. Holder of the Californian
and Mrs. Holder are in Pasadena, from
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Webster,
well-known in Chicago society circles,
are at tbe Hollenbeck.
A. W. Robinson, general manager of
the Santa Fe, is at the Wastminster.
He will leave today for Coronado.
William D. Sloan, a New York capital
ist, arrived yesterday on his way to Cor
onado. He travels in a special train.
Miss R. T. Smith, coast secretary of
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion, of San Francieco, is in the city.
Miss Ida Ferguson, who has been vis
iting relations at Hollywood, returned
to her home iv Fresno Tuesday evening.
The marriage of Mr. J. D. Graham
and Miss Libbie Rust of Pasadena is
announced for the 19th of next month.
Sheriff Gibson has his hands full just
now in aiding in the preparations to
welcome the Native Sons of the Golden
Mrs. K. H. Wade and Miss Wade
came up from Coronado yesterday and
were at the performance of Robin Hood
Mrs. E. C. McCullough of San Fran
cisco is on a visit to her mother, Mrs. F.
Elser of Santa Monica, and will remain
about two monihs.
Mr. W. S. Hobart, the noted mine
owner, left this city yesterday for San
Francisco on a special train. He has
been here for his health.
Lieutenant McCrea of the Baltimore
is visiting the family of his brother on
Broadway. The lieutenant ia very
partial to Loa Angelea.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Lang, Mr. and
Mrs. Nash, and others of the Bostonians
paid a visit to E. J. Baldwin's ranch on
Tuesday, and had an enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mra. C. B. Weatherwax have
established themselves in their home at
Aberdeen, Washington. Mrs. Weather
wax was Misa Dora Bryant of thia city.
Simpson M. E. church Sunday school
will have and excursion and picnic to
Verdugo park, on the Terminal rail
road, next Saturday, leaving the depot
at 8:15 a. m.
Mr. A. M. Hawthorne, the popular
young California basso, of this city,
yesterday was engaged to sing at the
Native Sons' concert at the Los Angelee
theater next Monday.
Mrs. A. B. Stickney has returned to
St. Paul, Minnl She was accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs. Dr. A. F. Schiff
man, who will spend the sammer visit
ing friends and relatives in Minnesota.
A. C. Dezendorf, recently a member of
the newspaper force of this city, left
yesterday for San Francisco, where he
will remain two weeks. He will then go
to Washington, D. C, where he intends
to spend some time.
Henry I. Kowalski, one cf the pro
prietors of the Arcadia hotel, arrived
from San Francisco yesterday and is
stopping at the Hollenbeck. Mr. Kow
alski intends making a number ol im
provement in the big hotel.
F. M. Shaw, the prophet of Laurel
canon, was in the city yesterday. In
addition to his artificial harbor and fly
ing machine enterprises, he is now, as
superintendent, interested in the South
ern California Sanitary Hotel; and In
dustrial College association.
This annoying Bcatp trouble, which
gives the hair an untidy appearance, is
cured by skookum root hair grower.
A W4.00 Stiff Hat tor 83.00. Lcs Angeles
Hat Co., 119, N. Spring street
Fish. 7)4c a pound, Broadway Market.
You wottt know what you have missed on
year trip to California. The very best part of
it; the most beautiful views; something that
you would never forget if you have any eye for
beauty, ItywiStay away from Redlands. You l
can only see i» and get the full benefit of it by
taking a drive over the bills; at the same time j
70U will see the one place where the oranges
were not hurt with frost this winter; where
you can. now got the finest oranges in Califor
nia. Tho only spot where you would Hie,
above all others, to have a winter home.
As I am constantly throwing money at these
printt-rs to Invite you to call and allow me the
privilege of showing you the beauties of the
place, you should certtinly have no hesitation
in doing it. A full lisl of property for Bale, if
you care to look at it. Prices are still, lower
than any other clace in California, with as
many advantages for growing oranges and
T. H. BRARPLESS,
Agent for Redlands Real Estate,
1-19 Gm State st, near Hotel Windsor.
THE HAMMAM BATH,
230 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Turkish, Russian, Roman, Sulphur, Electric,
Massage and Complexion baths scientifically
given. Ladies depar.mentopen Sam. toOp
m. Gentlemen's department open day and night.
—all the proper functions of wo
manhood. Dr. Pierces Favorite
Prescription is tho remedy. It
regulates and promotes their ac
tion, and removes the obstruc
tions and suppressions which cause
trouble and misery. At the two
critical periods in a woman's life —
the change from girlhood to woman
hood, and, later, the "change of life"
—it is a perfectly safe and an es
pecially valuable remedial agent,
that can produce only good results.
It's a powerful, invigorating tonio,
and a soothing and strengthening
nervine; a legitimate medicine—
Inircly vegetable, perfectly harm
ess —and carefully adapted, by an
experienced physician, to woman's
For all the derangements, irregu
larities, and weaknesses peculiar to
the sex, the " Favorite Prescription "
is a rcmedv so certain that it can be
guaranteed. If it doesn't give satis
faction in every case, the money is
returned. No other medicine for
women is sold in this way.
No other medicine can be.
It is better to take Scott's
Emulsion of cod-liver oil
when that decline in health
begins —the decline which
precedes consumption —
rather than wait for the germ ,
Jo begin to grow in our lungs.
"Prevention is better than
cure;" and surer. The say
ing never was truer than
What is it to prevent con
Let us send you a book on
careful living ; free.
Scott& BoWNß,Chemists, 132 South sthAvenue,
Your druggist keeps Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver
oil—all (insists everywhere do. fl.
THE TAI LOR
Has the reputation for J
A Fist-Class Fitting Establishment,
Besides which he has the best selected
Spring and Summer Season of 1892.
Money Refunded If Not Satisfactory.
—YOURS VERY TRULY
GOLDBERG, THE TAILOR,
209 North Main Street, Temple Block.
Pine Gold Fillings
Crown and Bridge
J*jfit SET TKHTH, $S.OO.
SWtNS t SONS,
uMtwi\ «• H fk\ 107 N. SPRING ST
I RON. STEEL..
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc.
' JOHN WIUHORI,
II V. 119 «nd 181 Oonth Lou Anceles Wt.
PASTEUR HOSPITAL !
230 8. MAIN STREET, - - - LOS ANGELES.
Treats, with wonderful success, all special
diseases of Men and Women.
Our cure lor Gonorrhoea, Gleet, h ricture,
I ii.es, Urinary. Bladder and Kidney troubles
is thr safest and quickest known. Syphilis,
.Scrofula and all Blood and Skin diseases thor
oughly eradicated. Lost manhood, weakness,
>< nd all unnatural drains arising from youthful
follies or excesses, quickly relieved.
Ladies' Dbpartmknt In charge of the Oldest
specialist on the Coast, who cures their deli
cate disorders by a new method of his own in
vention and controlled exclusively by this
Consultation free. Office hours, 9 a.m to!) p.m.
Chinese Physician and Surgeon, has resided In
I.os Angeles seventeen (17) years. Hlsreputa
tion'as a thorough physician has been fully es
tablished and appreciated by many. His large
practice Is sufficient proof of his ability and
The doctor graduated ln the foremost col
leges, also practiced in tne largest hospitals of
<an ton, China. The doctor speaks Spanish
fI (?FFT3cM: New number, 639; old number
117 Upper Main street. P. O. box 664,
1 sutumoT W-17U
B 011 ft Iff STORE iff!
Nos. 121 and 123 NORTH SPRING, Cor. Franklin.
. *i * i£
THE DAY & FISHER MUSIC CO.
Garvey Ranch Subdivision
IN THE BEAUTIFUL
-H SAN GABRIEL. VALLEY ! if-
Only five miles from Los Angeles, on two lines of railroad.
ORANGE, LEMON AND DECIDUOUS FRUIT LAND I
SMALL TRACTS ! 7 AMPLE WATER
First choice can now be had at
-* —$200 PER ACRE! *—
ON EASY TEEJMS.
Price, quality and situation make this tract unequaled for VILLA HOMES, or as
SCOTT & WHITTAKER,
Loa Angelea Theatre Building, 220 S. Spring street.
Or RICHARD GARVRY, Owner, San Gabriel, Cal. 4 12 lm
♦I' . ff> i . ml*
ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT MAY IST.
THE SOUTH RIVERSIDE LAND & WATER
COMPANY will celebrate the opening of their second pipe
line about that day by a GRAND EXCURSION AND
This line was an immense undertaking and its com
pletion is a grand triumph of engineering skill.
Due notice will be given in the Press of the time and
manner of the celebration.
Will be made on that day for land under the new
Anyone buying lands will be entertained at the Hotel
Temescal until the next day and taken to the renowned
Tin Mines free of expense; also have his railroad fare re
These lands are not excelled in the country for
Beauty of Location, Magnificence of Scenery, Quality
of Soil, Abundance of Water and
Freedom from Frost.
Nothing injured here by frost the past severe winter.
Come and see for yourselves.
Soi Riverside Land and Water Co.
Come and see our new tract before purchasing elsewhere, taking the Riverside
and San Bernardino train via Orange, leaving Lob Angelea at 11 a.m. and 5 o'clock
p.m. For full particulara call on
L. nr. GRAVES,
Agent at Loa Angeles, Bryson-Bonebrake Block; or addreaß
SOUTH RIVERSIDE LAND AND WATER GO.
SOUTH RIVERSIDE, CAL. 12-21-tf—
VLJUUU 1 LosGatos.Cal.
Liquor, Opium and Tobacco
Diseases and Neurasthenia
The only branch in California of the
world-renowned Keeley Institute of
Dwight, 111., is located at Los Gatos,
Santa Clara county, 55 Miles South of
San Francisco. This treatment has
been tested by time and has a triumph
ant record of more than Fifty Thousand
patients treated and PERMANENTLY
cured. IT IS NOT A SOBERING
UP PROCESS, BUT EFFECTS IN
EVERY CASE A PERMANENT
CURE without harm or pain to the
patient. Write to
4-17 lm Los Gatos, Cal.
W The Great Mexican Remedy.
\ Gives health and strength to
the Sexual Organs.
LAST & FISK,
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
131 N. MAI N ST".
LOS ANOKLKS, CAL.
Sole Agents for Southern California,
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association,
FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
A carload of each has Just arrived and is
ready for distribution among the trade.
3-313 m Telephone 38.
PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO.,
Undertakers and Kmbalmers.
No. UO North Main st, Los Angeles, OaL
Always open. Telephone No. 61.