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Look on the Sixth Page of the Herald ior
Wants of all descriptions, including
HOUSES TO RENT,
ROOMS TO RENT.
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE.
MONEY TO LOAN.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE,
These advertisements are cheap, and always
United States Weather Offloe.
Beponof observation-, Witeu at Los Angeles
April 21, 1892'
Max. tern.,73: mm. tern. 44.
Ah Chung plead guilty yesterday be
fore Justice Austin of selling lottery
tickets. He will be sentenced today.
The young ladies of the First Congre
gational church will give a social in the
pallors of the church thia evening.
Ah Sing, accused of stealing two sets of
harness from A. Clements, was before
Justice Austin yesterday. The exam
ination will take place today.
Rosedale Republicans will hold a
caucus at Keller's building, opposite
the car barns, corner Vermont avenue
and Washington street, at 8 o'clock this
Jacob Heck of Monroe, Mich., writes
A. E. Cronenwett of Monrovia that fif
teen or more families of that vicinity
are going to emigrate to Southern Cali
fornia this fall.
In the divorce case of Harriet Mat
thews against Theodore Matthewp, Judge
Wade decided yesterday that there was
not sufficient ground for divorce, and
commanded Theodore to support his
wife and child.
The Boyle Heights history class and
their friends have arranged for a picnic
at. Verdugo canon on Saturday. The
picnickers are to meet at the Terminal
depot at 8 o'clock in the morning. A
special rate of 25 cents for the round
trip has been made.
John A. Logan W. R. C. held their
regular meeting yesterday, initiating
two new members and having a good
time generally. Among other business
they voted to give Temple street public
school a flag, which will be presented
with appropriate exercises on Memorial
A social will be given by the Unity
club at the church, corner Hill and
Third streets, tonight. Musical selec
tions by Miss Boynton, Miss Henriquez
and Mr. Fenimore, and readings by G.
A. Dobinson, Mrs. Day and others will
be given, and violin solo by Miss
Walker. No special invitations have
been issued, but everbody is welcome.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an Pxtenßive real es
tate dealer in lies Moines, lowa, nar
rowly escaped 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.
Blaizo 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 case of pneumonia or lung fever.
Mr. Blaize sent to the nearest drug
store and got a bottle of Cliamberlain's
Cough Remedy, of which he had often
heard, and took a number of large do6ea,
He fiaya the effect was wonderful and
that in a Bhort 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. Heinzemau, 222
North Main, druggist.
A Military Offioer Taken for a Tramp.
A well-preserved gentleman walked
into one of our leading churches last
Sunday, and the day being rather cold
wore a long, heavy overcoat that had
seen better days. The church usher
judged him by his clothes, and gave
nim a seat in the rear pew. The gentle
man, who is high in military circles,
politely thanked the usher and quietly
removed his overcoat, when it was seen
that he was the best dressed man in the
church, as he had the clothes made by
Gordan Bros., the famous tailors at 118
South Spring street.
George W. Peachy,
The boss saddle and harness maker, has re
moved to 309 N. Main street. Downey block.
Call and see mo. Work cheaper than any
other harness place in the city.
C. T. Paul, stoves, hardware, etc., has removed
Jo 130 b. Main. _
R. D. Lißt, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165.
Carpets Cleaned and Laid
By Robert Sharp & Co. Tel. 217. So. 208 E.
Seventh bt. J. P. Hamnr, manager.
All kinds ol sewing machines olsaned and
repaired for #1 each. All kinds of sewing
machines rented for $2 per month, at the
Davis Sewing Machine office, 128 South Main
street, between First and Second streets.
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 owned a bowl
ing alley and shuffle board. All lovers of the
abuve games will please take notice.
Sauta Monica the Beautiful.
Come to the Boehmeblock 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 Honsc,
507 S. Spring Street,
Has removed to 654 8. Main st. All kinds of
household goods sold on weekly cr monthly
Bine Ribbon Beer.
Brewed by Pftbst Brewing company. Milwau
kee, is an excellent tonic—just the thing for
nursing mothers and invalids. Germain Fruit
company, corner Commercial and Los Angeles
sts., sole agents. Telephone No. 12.
Campbell's Curiosity Store.
Mexican. Indian and California curios at low
est prices, 320 South Spring street.
Drlrilc Mineral Waters
At Beckwith's Pharmacy, 303; N. Main, near
Supreme Court Adjourned)
And the judges have left, but we still have in
our city thousands of competent Judges o£ fine
clothing, and the verdict is that Mullen, Bluett
Jji Co. are the people to deal with.
A 54.00 Sliir Hat for 53.00. Los Angeles
Hat Co., 119, B, Spring street
Fish, 7%q a pound, Broadway Market.
Julius Woock, a native of Germany,
was naturalized by Judge Van Dyke yes
Just arrived, a carload of the cele
brated Anheuser-Busch buck beer.
Don't miss the chicken pie dinner at
the old court house today by the ladies
of the Christian church. Price, 25 cts.
No one should miss attending the
Simpson auditorium Saturday evening.
The Donald Downie illustrated lectures;
Buck! Buck! Last of the
season but still the lead of the bucks.
B. F. Pritchiird, a native of Indiana,
aged 47, and Mary A. Baker of Califor
nia, aged 20, were licensed to marry yes
They are selling good suits for $6 to
$12 and very stylish ones for '$15, $18,
$20 and $25 at Abernethy's, 117 South
The last chance to see Professor
Downie'a lecture tonight, Bound the
World With a Camera. The tiip is
long, but it only costs 25 cents, children
10 cents. Help the orphans.
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 hia practice
here at 3163.. South Spring street.
Everyone ought to try Anheuserbuek.
Headquarters: Anheuaer saloon, 243 S.
Spring street; Eintracht, 163 N. Spring
street; Henberger, 412 S. Spring street.
Los Angeles to Long Beach and return
50 cents, aud San Pedro and return 60
cents, on the Los Angeles Terminal rail
way, good going Saturday or Sunday
and returning Saturday, Sunday and
Matthias & Theobald, bottlers oi the
Anheuser-Busch beer, have also a stock
of the Buck bottle beer on hand. Send
in your orders by telephone, Nos. 407,
316, i) 35.
The bathing season is now on at Re
dondo Beach, and it you wish to spend
a pleasant day bathing, fishing and
hunting lovely shells, take the Southern
California R. R. (Santa Fe route.;
Trains leave at 10:15 a. m.; ana on Sat
urday and Sunday the rate will only be
fifty cents for the round trip.
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.
Parties contemplating a trip to Wil
son's peak can, upon application at the
city office of the Southern California
railroad (Santa Fe route), 120 N. Spring
street, have the ilyer leaving here at
5:30 a. m. stopped at Santa Anita, giving
them a full day on the peak.
The family demand for the celebrated
exquisite white label Anheuser-Busch
bottled beer has greatly increased. This
is undoubtedly the finest export beer iv
the market. Messrs. Last & Fisk are
the sole agents iv Southern California
for this beer, and are kept quite busy
Dr. Gregory, an old business college
educator and a practical banker, will
lecture to the students and friends of
the Los Angeles Business college, at the
college hall, 144 South Main street, on
Friday, April 22d, at 10 o'clock a. m.
All friends of business education are in
vited to be present.
The Southern California railroad (San
ta Fe routs) will run two grand excur
sions over their surf line to San Diego
Saturday and Sunday, one fare for the
round trip—tickets good returning Mon
day. You can visit Hotel del Coronado,
bathe in the sea, fish for bavracuda, and
go on board the man-of-war. Trains
leave at S :15 a. m. and 3:05 p. m.
Over the kite-shaped track, Sunday,
the Southern California R, R. (Santa Fe
route) will sell excursion tickets, and
trains will leave Santa Fe station foot ol
First street at 8:t!0 and 11 o'clock a. m.,
making the complete tour of the "kite."
This is the season of the year to see this
At Kerkow's New Vienna Bullet, the
unequaled imported Wuerzburg beer is
on tap, as well as Lemp's bock. A free
concert is given every evening at the
buffet, the Messrs. Kerkow making it
their purpose to secure the very best
specialty talent. For the present week
an entirely new programme has been
Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg of Denver are
at the Nadeau.
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Parker, formerly
of Indio, are in the city.
Ralph Levy, representing Ichi Ban of
San Francieco, arrived yesterday.
Mrs. P. F. Nolan and Miss Nolan, of
San Francisco, are at the Hollenbeck.T"
C. A. Mead, general agent of the New
port and Santa Ana road, was in town
Captain Seamans, register of the
United States land office, is again at his
post after a week's illness.
W. A. Mitchell, agent of the Santa Fe
at San Bernardino, L. 8. Hingle, agent
at Colton, were in the city yesterday.
Bishop Thomas Bowman of Chicago
will arrive in this city today. He will
preach in German at Salem church on
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McMullen of New
York city, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Baker
and daughter of Minneapolis are at the
Bellevue Terrace hotel.
William E. Lawrence, western gene
ral freight agent of the Inman, Red
Star and American Steamship lines,
with headquarters at Chicago, is in the
Mr. D. C. Robert, one of the promi
nent real estate men of Superior, Wis.,
and Mrs. Robert are at the Bellevue
Terrace hotel. Mr. Robert is so well
pleased that he is looking the city over
with the view of investing and making
this his home.
J. W. Thompkins, chief of police of
Oakland, was in the city yesterday.
Chief Glass showed him the local sights,
and as this is Mr. Thompkins's lirst vis
it to Los Angeles, he was naturally sur
prised at the beauties of this thriving
This annoying sca'p trouble, which
gives the hair an untidy appearance, is
cured by skookum root hair grower.
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica*
Is now open for the tourists' season.
THE " LOS T ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIE 22, 1892.
THE WORK OF MR. .TONES. BX
AMINBR FOR THK UNIVERSITY.
Deputized to Extend Knowledge of Uni
versity Extension—Details of
This Latest Move.
William Carey Jones of the state uni
versity at Berkeley is in the city, exam
ining the candidates from the High
school for admission to the university.
He is also deputized by the board of re
gents of the university to asceitain the
prospects of university extension in
this community. On this subject he
addressed an interested audience at the
High school yesterday afternoon. Prof.
Jones in the course of his remarks out
lined the purpose and methods of the
university extension system as adopted
in San Francisco, where several success
ful classes have been in operation dur
ing the past year, one class numbering
400 devoting the entire year to the study
of Shakesperian literature, while a class
of eighty young men took the complete
university course in mathematics.
It was explained that the classes were
in two divisions: One, the enrolled
members who were given the privilege
of examination and certificates, and the
other, attendant members who were not
obliged to attend lectures or study for
The liveliest interest was manifested
by those present at this meeting and a
committee on university extension was
formed, their object being to communi
cate with the different educational so
cieties and formulate a definite propo
sition to be made to the regents of the
university, looking to the establishment
in Lcs Angeles of this highly important
feature of modern culture.
The committee consists of Prof. Fries
ner, G. A. Dobinson. president of the
University club ; Miss Kelso, public li
brarian ; Miss Packard and Miss Dur
ham of the high school; Messrs. Baker
and Ennis of the city schools.
A public meeting will be held in the
near future, and it is hoped that our
citizens will be prompt to take advan
tage of such an opportunity to express
their views on this subject.
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
Tlie Australian Ballot System
Oi voting has been found satisfactory
wherever it has been tried. In this re
spect it equals the stylish dress of busi
ness suits made by Gordan Bros., the
leading tailors, at 118 South Spring
Arrowhead Hot Springs.
A mountain health and pleasure resort.
Elevation 2000 feet : pure air and water, min
eral springs, mud baths, unexcelled in their
curative qualities; resident physician. Hotel
elegantly appointed: every modern conven
ience, incandescent electric lights iv every
room. Six miles from Sau Bernardino Daily
mail and stage. Reasonable rates. New and
liberal management. For particulars, call on
or address Stanton & Van Alstine, lessees. 11l
South Broadway, or W. W. Beach, manager,
The New Ativan 'c Davis sewing machine Is
the grea'.s»t success of the age. Call aud lee
this wonderful piece of mechanism at tho
liavls Sewing Machine office, 128 south Maiu
street, b3t.v>;t;n First, and Second streets.
Answer Thia Question.
Why do so many people we see around us
seem to nrefer to suiter and be made miserable
by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness. Loss
of Appetite, Coming up oi the Food, Yellow
Skin, when for 75c we will sell them Shiioh's
Vitalizer. guaranteed to cure them. Sold
wholesale by Haas, Baruch & Co., s,nd all re
"The Two Republics," Vickery Block.—You
Will receive nine lessons in Spanish language
for 50 cents from Prof. Cuyas.
A Counter Charge.
One counter alone in the store of Mullen,
Bluett <k Co. is charged with the best line o'.
knee pants ever shown in Los Angeles.
Mothers and invalids order Double Extra
Brown Stout, unsurpassed as a tonic and appe
tl?er— superior to auv foreign made. Jacob
Adolff, agent. Telephone, 408. P, 0. box 1231,
Station c. .
Take Your Prescriptions
To Beclt .vith's Pharmacy, 303 N. Main, near
California Vinegar Works,
555 Banning street, opposite soap factory,
near Alameda and vim streets, one-half block
from electric light works.
Fine Urushea a Specialty,
At Beckwith's Pharmacy, 303 N. Main, near
Broadway Undertaking Parlors.
Howry & Bresee, funeral directors, Broad
way, near Sixth St. Telephone '213. Open nights.
Lumber Delivered Anywhere in the City.
Let us figure your bi?l at lower prices than
ever. Willamette Lumber Co., Uedondo.
Call lor John Wieland's Beer; it is the best.
Pabst Milwaukee beer, finest iv the market,
For sale by all dealers.
Pasture—Sunnyside farm, Vermont avenae.
Tbe Hotel Gazette! Do you read it?
Ring IT up Telephone No. 13
For Blue Ribbon beer. Finest light beer ia the
Summer lap dusters at Foy's old reliable sad
dlery house, 315 North Los Angeles street.
A Special Lot of Trimmed
Hats on sale at the New York Bazaar 148
North Spring street.
%, lPr*\ ' BoilsaceordingtoDr. King,
\kJ an eminent authority "are
l J ! enero - I lJ' connacte-d with de-
' raugemcntsof the liver and
\, ; '' ,m, a' li." While tho older
Sarsaparillas contain potash
which aggravates eruptions, Joy's is peculiarly
a stomach and bowel corrective, and is the only
one that is so. Its regulating influences cause
boils to dry up and disappear almost imme
diately. A case in point.
"I had boils break out on my neck. One bnd
bursted. I took Joy'sVegctableSarsaparilluand
in a Jew days the other boils had dried up. In the
Bpring of 1890 I took one of the other Sarsapa
rtllas and tho result was a mass of pimples.
Hearing that Joy's was later and acted differently
I used it this year with the abovo satisfactory
results." J. Newman, Alameda, CaL.
Formerly with the "Alta California," S. F.
Robt. Walsh, with Wells Fargo & Co., anil scores
of other San Fjanciscans report the same ex
perience. It avoids the use of the lance
As it is the only Sarsaparilla that purifies the
blood without the ugly potash eruptions, insist
on Joy's and don't be talked intotakinganother.
THE HaMMAM BaTH,
230 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Turkish, Russian, Roman, Sulphur, Electric,
Massage and Complexion baths scientifically
given. Ladies department open Ham. to Gp.
m. Gentlemen's department open day and night.
NO FUSEL OIL
There are many <» railed whlaklea In
the market, but It lias been proven be
yond all doubt that DUFFY'S la THE
ONLY PtJBE MEDICINAL ONE. Aa a
Remedy for l'neuuioula, Malaria or DYS
PEPSIA It la admirable. It tonea up the
system aud purlllea the blood.
will Bnd thia grand preparation of the
Breatesl benefit, while to
It brings new life and imparts frsah
vicor t<> tli« whole ayatem. It can be ob
tained at all driiKSiats and grocers. Send
for our bonk.
THE DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.,
Knrlieater, N. Y.
The same rule applies to both.
The best goods are cheapest in the end.
is not cheap at any price.
LAND in this country without water
is good for nothing.
LAND with a poor water right is al
: BUT :
The BEST LAND
: FOR :
ORANGE AND FRUIT CULTURE.
; WITH TIIH :
Best Water Eight
IN TUB WORLD
la what you and I are looking for.
Have This Rind of Lajid fob Sale.
The Most Charming Valley in
Prices Low! :-: Terms Reasonable!
Only eight miles from Redlands. Only
eight miles from Riverside! 10,000 acres
sold in eighteen months. Four hundred
families living there today. No uncer
tainty about Alessandro, but a GREAT
Call on or address
Manager Land Department,
13-3-tf REDLANDS, CAL.
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN.
LABELS AND DESIGNS.
Infringements iSnits and Interfer
ences a Specialty.
EVERT & APPLEMAN,
SIS F Street, N. W., P 0. Box 35,
WASHINGTON, D 12 3m
BUSCH & HANNON,
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS.
Farm Implements and Vehicles.
Contractors' Grading Tools a Specialty.
146.148, 150 nd 152 North Lm Angelea St.
'treatment, $10 a Month. Permanent
Cures Guaranteed for $20, medicines in
cluded. Dr. White is the oldest, only reliable
and most successful Private, Nervous and
Chronio Disease Doctor in tho city. No
amateur doctors employed. No surgical atafff?)
fake. No swindling patent medicineß lor sale.
Special diseases treated skillfully and promptly
cured. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea. Gleet. Stricture,
Seminal Weakness, Impotency, Varicocele,
Nervous Debility. Sexual Indifference of both
sexes, Bladder, Kidne>, Skin and Blood dis
ease! quickly and permanently cured.
Consultation and examination free to those
Dr. White's Dispensary, 116 East First
(street, Roots 12,13, U, 15.
II OUR Iff STORE Iff!
Nos. 121 and 123 NORTH SPRING, Cor. Franklin.
V si, \S
THE DAY & FISHER MUSIC CO.
Garvey Ranch Subdivision
IN THE BEAUTIFUL
-2 SAN GABRIEL VALLEY !£-
Only five miles from Los Angeles, on two lines of railroad.
ORANGE, LEMON AND DECIDUOUS FRUIT LANDI
SMALL TRACTS ! 7 AMPLE WATER
First choice can now be had at
-* $200 PER AO R El! *—
ON EASY" TEIJMS.
Price, quality and situation make this tract unequaled for VILLA HOMES, or at
SCOTT & WHITTAKER,
Los Angeles Theatre Building, 229 S. Spring street.
Or RICHARD GARVEY, Owner, San Gabriel, Cal. 4 12 lm
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.
South Riverside Land and later k
Come and see our new tract before purchasing elsewhere, taking the Riverside
and San Bernardino train via Orange, leaving Loe Angeles at 11 a.m. and 5 o'clock
p.m. tJtW For full particulars call on
L. T. GRAVES,
Agent at Los Angelea, Bryson-Bonebrake Block; or address
SOUTH RIVERSIDE LAND AND WATER GO.
SOUTH RIVERSIDE, CAL. 12-21-tf—
PASTEUR HOSPITAL I
230 S. MAIN STREET, - - • LOS ANGELES.
P // P
Treats, with wonderful success, all special
diseases of Msn and Women ,
Our care for Gonorrhoea, Gi.eet, S'RICTURe,
Piles, 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,
and all unnatural drains arising- from youthful
follies or excesses, quickly relieved.
Ladies' Department 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.to9 p.m.
KALSOMINING AND PAPERING,
STAR SIGN 00 * 8-28 tl 322 Franklin
LAST & FISK,
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
131 N. MAIN ST.
LOS AM! KLKS, CAL.
Sole Agents for Southern California,
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association,
PILSENER EXQUISITE I
FOE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
A carload of each hag just arrived and lm
ready for distribution among the t"ade7
3313 m Telephone 38.
Jfijjfr MADAM CLRICC .
_"1 10 /IA B-iu> P lm K St *
PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO.,
Undertakers and Embslmen.
Ho. 140 North Main st,, Loa Angelea, OaL
Always open. Telephone No. 81.