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took on the Sixth Page of the Herald for
Wants of all descriptions, including
HOUSES TO RENT,
RO'iMS TO RENT.
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE.
MONEY TO LOAN.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE,
Tho.ie advertisements arc cheap, and always
United States Weather Office.
Keoortof oosaryattttris taKon at Los Angeles
April 2(5, ISP2:
S:07 *. in.
5:07 0. m.|
Max. tem.,6B; mill. tern. 4(5.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather, westerly winds; cooler, except nearly
stationary weather along the coast.
N. Kipp, a backman, was arrested
yesterday by Officer Maguire, because
he refused to move when ordered. He
will be examined on May 4th.
Sheriff Perkins of Solano county left
for Fairfield yesterday afternoon with
R. Lee Horrell, who is accused of having
murdered Watchman Howard at Rio
The four man arrested on Sunday
night for disturbing a religious meeting,
on Commercial etreet, will be tried this
afternoon by Justice Owens in the
A. T. Dornan and Joseph Griffith
were creating a disturbance yesterday
afternoon, on First nnd Main streets,
Bnd were arrested by Officer Glaze, on a
charge of disorderly conduct.
Mary Addie, oldest daughter of John
and Mary O'Sullivan, died yesterday at
the family residence on East Hollen
beck avenue. The funeral will take
place at 9 a. m. tomorrow, Thursday.
Chas. S. Wieland, who received the
Examiner badge of honor as the most
popular Native Son. is in attendance at
every session, and takes considerable
interest in the work of the grand parlor.
William Reid and T. J. Stephens
were accused of beating a man on .Main
Btreet, and were arrested on warrants
yesterday afternoon by Officer Leverich.
Stephens will be tried April 29th and
Reid May 4th.
James G. Clark had a full house laßt
night at the East Los Angeles Congre
gational church, and everybody was de
lighted with tbe entertainment, which
was in the fullest sense an "evening of
poetry and song."
Quite a number of leading society la
dies have stipulated that they will at
tend the Kirmess at the Grand opera
house in full dress this evening, and will
not wear hats, although the opera bon
net will be en regie.
The citizens of Monrovia will celebrate
the sixth anniversary of the foundation
of their city on Tuesday, May 17, 1892.
The programme will consist of musical
and literary exercises, athletic sports
and a free lunch provided by the ladies.
Mrs. Ada Eubank was tried yesterday
on a charge of cruelty to her child before
Justice O.vens. The examination occu
pied the larger portion of the day, and
the case did not go the jury until about
4 o'clock. The jury acquitted the
11. R. Van Dusen, formerly manager
of the Minneapolis department of the
Pioneer Preps of St. Paul, died Monday
niphtatthe residence of John H. My
rick, 937 Eighteenth Etreet. and will be
buried this afternoon at 2:30 p. m. from
Mr. Myrick's house. The deceased was
52 years old and died of consumption.
He arrived here in October last, but the
disease had already taken such a hold
upon the suffer that recovery was iin- i
Last evening the Ancient of Hyru- i
geons, a side issue of the order of N. S. ;
G. W., at the close of the evening ses
sion, entertained the delegates to the
grand parlor with a highly interesting ]
programme of exercises. Geo. H. S.
Dryden, of Rincon parlor, No. 72, San |
Francisco, was initiated as a member of
the mysteriouß brotherhood. G. P. P.
Fred A. Greely presided. Refreshments ,
were served, and a general good time i
The Veteran Odd Fellows' association
of Southern California [gave their an
nual banquet at Solomon's last night.
The opening address was made by Wm.
H. Barnes, secretary of the Veteran
Odd Fellows' association of San Fran- ,
cisco, who also recited a poem composed |
by him during the evening. Speeches •
were also made by Dr. H. S. Orme, C.
Willard, E. O. Seymour of San Bernar- 1
dino, A. E. Davis, Col. L. S. Butler, A. 1
Franck and George Frampton. Those <
present were: William H. Barnes, P. t
G. M.; C. Willard, president-elect; A. i
E. Davis, vice-president elect; J. F. j
Fosmir, secretary ; Lou's Roeder, treas- <
urer; L. Winter, ex-president; J. T.
O'Harra, ex-president; A. M. Peek, D. ]
K. Williams, J. Marchant, P. P. Kiefer,
L. S. Butler, George Frampton, Thomas j
Thompson, A. Goldsmith, H. li. Weston,
E. C. Sevroour, Emil Harris, B. Sens, \
William Foss, J. L. DeTurk, M. X. Her- ,
zog, C. E. Richards, C. Edward Bald- |
win. A. Franck, R. K. McAvery, John
McQuilikan, Dr. H. S. Urine.
George W. Peachy,
The boss saddle and harness maker, has re
moved to 1)09 N. Main street, Downey block. I
Call and see me. Work cheaper than any
other hainess place in the city.
C. T. Paul, stoves, hardware, etc., has removed
to 130 S. Main. _
Visiting Cards Engraved
At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 762. |
B. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
lully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165.
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica,
Is now open for the tourists' season.
If You Need a Truss, Satisfaction
Guaranteed at Beckwith's, 303 N, Main, near
Piles on piles of new hats in all styles and
prices at the New York Bazaar, 148 North
"The Two Republics," Vickery Block.—You
will receive nine lessons in Spanish language
for 50 cents Irom Prof, Cuyas.
Itroadway Undertaking Parlors.
Howry & Bresee, funeral directors, Broad
way, near Sixth St. Telephone 243. Open nights.
A 84.00 Stilt Hat for ■8.00. I.os Ange
les Hat Co., 119 N. Spring street.
Fish, 7Kc a pound, Broadway Market.
The local wheelmen are getting ready
r for the "annual bicycle race at Mon
rovia. Tuesday, May 17th."
Catalina's climate iB lovely. Avalon
House enlarged and open for guests.
Three Bteamers a week as per time table,
The Clerks' association has adopted
" resolutions of thanks to the firms who
have agreed to the early closing re
It is not true that I have removed my
office. R. G. Cunningham, dentist,
rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, North
: Spring street.
Telegram" remaining undelivered at
Western Union telegraph office, corner
; Main and Court streets, April 26,1892:
! Levman Co., Chas. Gildav and Chas.
' Dr. D. MeSwegan, who has been visit
ing the principal hospitals and medi
cal colleges of the world for the past
• three years, has resumed his practice
• here at 316}0 South Spring street.
The Second Ward Citizen's Alliance,
of which J. D. Bailey is president, at its
meeting Monday night passed a strong
I resolution in favor of the city owner
i ship of water.
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
The Southern California railway
(Santa Fe route) has issued a very
handsome souvenir schedule for the N.
S. G. W. excursion over its kite-shaped
track. Every Native Son should have
one for reference during today's trip.
Dr. White, the eld 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 stall' ?
fake. Dr. White is consulted in person.
Mr. James H. Deuham has bought
the seed aud nursery business at 245
South Main street. As he is one of the
best posted men on s?eds, fruits and
seneral nursery stock in Southern Cali
fornia he will no doubt do a rushing
Tropico lodge No. 257,1. 0. G. T., will
give a grand barbecue and picnic at
Verdugo park next Saturday, April 30th.
Trains leave Terminal depot, Firststr.'et,
at 8:15 a.m. Come with your families
and friends and have a good time. Ad
mission and diuner 35 cents.
Several warships of the famous white
squadron are now in the bay at San
Diego—the Baltimore, Boston and
Charleston—and they invite the public
to come aboard and inspect them. They
will also have target practice on the
outside, which can be seen from San Di
ego or Coronado beach.
A horse harnessed to a buggy broke
one of its hind leg 3 yesterday afternoon
by slipping on the asphaltum on SpriDg
street, nearly opposite the Wilson block.
A veterinary surgeon applied splints and
a bandage to the fractured member,
after which, by his direction, tbe
wounded animal was removed in a truck
to a place where an attempt will be
made to bring it back to usefulness.
This is better than shooting temporarily
Commoncing April 24th, a through
vestibule Pullman sleeper will leave
Sau Francisco and Sacramento daily for
Chicago, via Denver and Kio Grande
and Rock Island railways, passing 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. m.,
in time for connections east 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
Btreet, Los Angeles.
The Day & Fisher Music company,
now located in their new and elegant
store at corner North Spring and Frank
lin streets, have just sold their entire
stock of sheet mitßic itnd musical instru
ments, consisting of violins, guitars,
banjos, mandolins, song books and such
musical merchandise to Mr. J. T. Fitz
gerald, who will continue that depart
ment of the business in the same store.
Messrs. Day & Fisher will hereafter
give their entire attention to their large
ly inc-easing piano and organ trade.
Mr. Fitzgerald is an energetic, fair
dealing business man of large mercan
tile experience, and will not only please
and satisfy all who deal with him, but
will make a success of this important
branch of the music business.
This evening the Kirmess commences
at the opera house, continuing until
Saturday, when a matinee will be given.
The Kirmess, illustrating the character
istic dances of the different nations, will
be a grand spectacular entertainment,
consisting not only of the dances of na
tions, but aIEO displaying gorgeous cos
tumes, exquisite tableaux, and wonder
ful transformation scenes. It has been
given with great succeas throughout the
east, meeting everywhere with crowded
There will be Spanish dances every
night by the Spanish people.
Scottish dances will be given under
the auspices of the Caledonian club, and
among others will be Hollandnise,
Swiss, Russian, Bohemian, Italian,
Hungarian, Hibernian, Chinese and
Military dances, and arrangements
similar to ballets entitled Been and
Flower, Dew Drops, La Belle, Flowers
and Fairy Fern, Mistletoe, Minuet, Ten
nis.dance,Cachucha, LaJotaand Ameri
The participants will all be society
young women, which, together with the
fact that the proceeds are for a most
worthy object, should insure a liberal
This evening Mr. Thos. Pearson, an
Afro-American, will lecture at the Y.
M. C. A. hall, on The Ravages of In
temperance. There will be singing by
the well-known colored quartette, and
Miss Julia Williams, a prima donna of
the same race, wili sing. Mr. Pearson
is one of the most scholarly men of his
race in the city and should give an in
Impaired Digestion repaired by BIICHAM'I
The New Advance Davis sewing machine le
the greatest success of the age. Call and see
this wonderful piece of mechanism at the
Davis Sewing Machine oflice, 128 South Main
street, batween First and Second streets.
Lumber Delivered Anywhere In the City.
Let us figure your bill at lower prices than
ever. Willamette Lumber Co., Redondo.
TIIE LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1892.
W. S. Marshall, J. Hull and Mrs.
Hull are at the Nadeau.
Mrs. T. G. Fitch and Miss Fitch of
Tucson are at the Hollenbeck.
R. W. and Mrs. T. G. Watson of
Spokane, Wash., are at the Hollenbeck.
Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Watson from
Spokane, Wash., are at the Hollenbeck.
T. E. Brown, the well known real
estate operator, has returned from a
trip to Euiope.
A. C. Coates of Kansas City is at the
Westminster. Mr. Coates is proprietor
of the Coates house of thafcity.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Case, leading
society folk of the bustling city of Sioux
City, lowa, are at the Hollenbeck.
M. Y. Howrey is at the Westminster.
He owns all the railroad eating houses
on the Santa Fe line. He is, or ought
to be, a millionaire.
James W. Davidson, in advance of
Will Carleton, the well-known poet
lecturer, is in the city arranging for the
appearance of that gentleman here in
the near future.
Sheriff E. C. Seymour of San Bernar
dino county was in the city yesterday
visiting his friends, who were glad to see
him, and incidentally taking in the N.
S. G. W. conclave.
E. J. Crocker, a leading merchant of
Chicago, is here enjoying the climate
and getting points on enterprise from
Los Angtdes business men. He is stop
ping at the Hollenbeck.
Colonel Parker of the recorder's office
was not presented with a string of trout.
They were purchased by Recorder Kelly
while out fishing, and the colonel in
cidentally absorbed seventeen out of a
total of sixty at breakfast with Mr.
John Linden of the Manhattan Life.
Insurance company of New York 'is
visiting this section, and is now at
Santa Monica. Mr. Landers offers a
fine business chance for a live man.
His advertisement appears elsewhere.
Large Manufacturing Works Estab
The people of Los Angeles are always
gratified to hear of the establishment
of any manufacturing industry here,
because it not alone keeps money at
home but gives employment to a great
many people. There has been a great
deal said and written about the neces
sity of establishing manufactures here,
and the great benefit such industries
would be to the city, but few men have
been found who had the business sa
gacity which showed them the oppor
tunities before them and led them to
them to avail themselves of them. Most
of the citizens who saw the advantages
of manufactures have interested them
selves with advising others to invest in
A Hekald reporter yesterday found
that two men, while others had been
talking and advising and writing, had
seen a fine opportunity to develop a
good business and had had the nerve
and the good judgment necessary to un
dertake the enterprise. These men were
John W. Morris and A. H. Hollenbeck,
both well known to the business world
as able, honorable and enterprising.
They have established near Alpine and
Upper Main streets the Pacific brass
works, an enterprise which promises to
develop into a large business, which'
may prove one of the features of the
The place is well equipped with all
the appliances and machinery lor pro
ducing the most perfect results, and iB
a most interesting place to any one who
is interested in mechanical matters.
Everything that is made of brass wholly
or in part can be had here according to
the demand. A piece of brass work,
from a delicate little pin, or a thin
plate, up to a massive column or im
mense block, can be furnished with
equal facility. Brass is largely used in
ornamental work, and in this line the
new works are so supplied with tools,
and more than that, the artistic work
men who know how to use them, as to
be able to produce results that aro really ;
works of art. i
It is often the case that manufacturers
here admit that they cannot compete in
all things with eastern firms of the same
nature. Messrs. Morris & Hollenbeck, i
however, are ready to estimate on work i
in competition with any eastern house. '
At present they have several large con
tracts on hand, and feel very much en- i
couraged at the support they have thus
far received. In about ten days they I
will have a lot of additional machinery
in operation, and the public are cor- i
dially invited to visit their works.
The Ituiikors Want to I'lny tho Insur- i
ance Men. 1
The following document was received '
yesterday at this office : i
We the undersigned hereby challenge
the Insurance team to play a game of
baseball. Time and place to be decided '
hereafter. Bankers' Baseball Club,
Once lost, it iB difficult to restore the
hair. Therefore be warned in time,
lest you become bald. Skookum root
hair grower stops falling hair. Sold by
The Necessity of Pure Drinking- water. |
It is evident that.lhe necessity of using abso
lutely pure drinking-water cannot become too
strongly impressed on the public mind, but
water in that condition is provided by very
few communities. Hence tho public are avail
ing themselves of bottled natural mineral
waters to a great extent, especially Apollinarig,
which is of recognized purity, for its long-cori
tinued and world-wide use attests its merit.
Where such waters can not t>e obtained, the
ordinary drinking-water, Lf the least suspicion
attaches to it, should be boiled before using.
Precautions should bo taken at all limes of tbe
year. It is often thought that in early spring,
when rivers are swollen by melting snow, river
water is purer and safer than in Bummer or
fall. Recent experiments, however, havo
Bhown that the nuia'oeroi bacteria in the water
supply increases greatly while the snows are
melting on the uplands. Ice also is known to
be a Irequent source of poisoning; hence,
while the water that is used may be pure, the
ice that is put into it often renders it noxious.
King up Telephone 468 for
» John Wioland and Fredericksburg
and you will get the very Best. Also try
8. V. Double Extra brown Stout,
superior to Dublin ritout or London Porter.
Jacoh An: off, Agent,
Junction North Main and Chavez streeti,
P. O. Box 1231, station C.
All kinds of sewing machines cleaned and
repaired for $1 each. All kinds of sewing
machiaies rented for $2 per month, at the
Davis Sewing Machine oflice, 128 South Main
street, between First and Second streets.
What! Only 50 Gents.
Yes! Mullen, Bluett <Si Co. have hundreds
just such knee pants, and only 50 ceuts.
y One N.
/ rounded teaspoonful \
/ of Cleveland's
/ Baking Powder \
I does more and better work
1 than a heaping J
\ teaspoonful /
\ of any other. /
\ A large saving on a /
A pure cream of tartar powder.
Used in the U. S. Army and by
teachers of Cookery.
9 Cleveland's is the standard, it never
varies, it does the most work, the best
work and is perfectly wholesome.
A FINE BXHIBITIOM OF SINEW,
ISRAWN AND MUSCLE.
Tin- I.os Angeles Athletic Club Gives it
Highly Successful Entertainment.
Particulars of the Contests.
The annual exhibition of the Los An
geles Athletic club *in Harry Wyatt's
theater last evening waa a thorough
success in every respect, and a credit to
the organization. The audience was
large, and consisted of the very best
people in the city. The performances
were throughout excellent technically,
and interesting, and everyone of the
spectators went home pleased with the
evening's entertainment. Professor Bess
ing, the athletic instructor of the club,
and Prof. William Shannon, the boxing
teacher, have every reason to be proud
of the results of their endeavors. The
assistance of such men as Mr. Schuster,
champion all-round athlete of the
Olympic club of San Francisco, helped
greatly to making the exhibition as per
fect as it was. Mr. Schuster is an ideal
performer on the parallel and horizontal
bars, and accomplished some of the
most difficult feats with the utmost ease
The first number on the programme
was an exhibition of horizontal bar ex
ercises performed by E. K. Blades, H.
Williams, Louis Nordlinger, J. D. Stim
son, Andy Campbell and Ludro Kinney.
Their work throughout was commenda
ble, while the exhibition of special
fancy feats of Mr. Schuster brought
round upon round of applause. Louis
Nordlinger distinguished himself by
showing exercises requiring strength.
The lira co-Roman wrestling bouts
between Paul Flammer and Quincy
Spalding formed as graceful a contest as
can weil be imagined. This style of
wrestling is in itself the most attractive
to witness, inasmuch as it brings forth
the utmost muscular activity as well as
astute generalship. Both men showed
themselves to be experts at this form of
contest and divided the honors evenly.
Each took a fall.
Toe wrestling bouts were separated bj
a tumbling act by Fay Stephenson,
Frank and Fred Alter and Will Allen,
I who, barring a little slowness, were the
equals of toe best professionals.
Sam B. Dewey" and F. R. LiddeU
sparred three rounds for scientific
points. Dewey proved himself tbe more
capable at the offensive, while Liddel!
made some beautiful stops. Both men
are wonderfully quick at ducking under
The torch-swinging by R. E. Lock
wood, W. McStay, yam Peterson, W.
Cochran, J. T. Wooster and J. T. Cherry
was not as effective as it might have
been, because the stage was not dark
enough. The work was very good, con
sidering the poor aid to rhythm afforded
by the orchestra.
T. J. Osgood and H. L. Heffner
wrestled two bouts in the collar and
elbow style. They displayed plenty of
science with their legs, and each cap
tured a fall.
The fencing bout between A. C. Way
and T. B. Emery was a one-sided affair,
Way showing himself by far superior to
his antagonist with the foils.
A dozen or so of young ladies in
fluffy white gowns and silver girdles
twirled pretty little Indian clubs in
their pink fingers, and demonstrated
that under tne tutelage of Professor
Bessing they have acquired great grace
of motion, if one might dare to presume
that they had not always possessed it.
The ladies were enthusiastically en
A numbor not in the programme was
the Silence and Fun act by Rinaldo and
Chapman. The acrobatic antics of
these two india rubber men were side
splitting. Some of the feats were re
markable, such, for example, as Chap
man's high kicking.
The sparring bout of three rounds be
tween Jim W. Winston and Prof. W. E.
Shannon was lively throughout. Both
men are very hard hitterß, and "Billy"
Shannon once more showed bia great
dexterity with the dukes. He had it
pretty nearly his own way with his big
and handsome opponent.
Tbe rest of the programme consisted
of pyramids with and without ladders,
and heavy dumb-bell exercise by the
;-amsons of the club. The participants
in these numbers were as follows:
Pyramids, ladders, under supervision
of Prof. Theodore Bessing—J. S. Thayer,
T. Q. Hall, C. F. Pepper, J. D. Stimp
f.in, 11. Dennis, D. C. McGarvin, W.
Jenkins, W. Manning.
Pyramids, right group—R. E. Lock
wood, W. Cochran, J. A. Jevne, J. T.
Cherry, N. Biehl, W. McStay.
Pyramids, left group—W. F. Ken
nedy, S. P. Hensley, Quincy Spalding,
C. V. Howard, A. Guthrie, Sam Peter
son, W. Taylor.
Heavy dumbells—Paul Flammer, J.
W. Winsten, Q. Spalding.
A grand tableau closed tbe evening's
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth its weight in gold. My hair baa
slopped falling and all dandiuff has
disappeared since I found skookum
root hair grower. Ask your druggist
A Long Needed Want.
The enterprising proprietors, Garms & Zorb,
of the Olvmplc Hall, have opened a bowling
Hlley and'shuttle board. All lovers oi the
above games will plea>e take notice.
Summer lap dusters at Foy's old reliable sad
dlery house, 315 North Lob Angeles street.
The Most Perfect Piano in the World is the
THE DAY & FISHER MUSIC CO.
st=iOO nin fll A/DTIT Universal Household Remedy.
N I lfl 1 V X fl Used eternally and Externally.
& £&V«& LUUnL 1 1 1 n Insomnia, Catarrhal Affections,
of mites cut from Hemorrhages, lii ft animations,
circmararound hot- r- yJn IT n T Throat Affections, Influenia,
soWmSSSS. 1, CA I IvHU 1 . General Weakness, Nervousness,
Sprains. TTlcprs. Pains. Wounds.
PINARD WAS A RUNNER.
That Was What Caused Some Shooting
An excited Frenchman running at the
top of his speed and two officers bang
ing away with their revolvers to scare
him into stopping waa the cause of a
sensation on the streets of the city last
Charles Pinard last January married
Annie Cram, who ever since, ifj not be
fore, has been in a house on Alameda
street. A few days ago he got short of
money, called on his wife and stole all
her jewelry, including a pair of garter
buckles and a diamond pin valued by
experts at $2 37. The abused wife made
threats of having him arrested, and on
Monday Pinard wrote her and declared
that if she would meet him last evening
at the corner of Los Angeles and Second
streets he would return the gewgaws for
a consideration. Madame Pinard was at
the rendezvous, and within hailintr dis
tance were Detective Benson and Officer
Bill Huston. The thieving husband,
when approaching the appointed place,
recognized one of the officers and took
to his heels. It was then that the
chase began. Pinard proved himself a
good sprinter, and gained on his pur
suers as he dashed down Lob Angeles
to Fourth street, and on Fourth to
Main. Hero he doubled on his pur
suers and ran toward Third street.
There seemed 110 chance for the officers
to catch him, and they began blazing
away into the air. The noise attracted
the attention of people up the street,
and a brave citizen threw himself into
Pinard's way, whereupon Officer Hol
laran completed the capture, Pinard
now languishes in the city jail.
A RIVAL OF THE GOLD CURE.
The Remedy Which (fnantrell Tried to
Give His Wife.
A remarkable cure for alcoholism was
that tried last evening by W. B. Quan
trell on his wife. That individual
evidently believes in the homeopathic
principle that "like cures like."
At about 8 o'clock Detective Bowler
heard a terrible row going on in a lodg
ing house on Second street, below
Spring, and ran upstairs to see what
was going on. He found in one of the
rooms Mrs. Quautrell lying on the floor,
while her husband was sitting aßtride
of her body attempting to pour the con
tents of a quart bottle of alcohol down
the woman's throat. She was resisting
him with violence and screaming for
help as well as she could. The hus
band was at once placed under arrest.
He explained afterward that his wife
had been drunk and riotous for several
days, and that he had come to the con
clusion to give her enough of the hair of
the dog that bit her to keep her quiet.
They Select Delegates to the San Fran
A meeting of the National Republican
League club took place last evening in
its temporary quarters under the Cali
fornia bank, Judge Haynes presiding.
Five delegates, Messrs. Haynes, Gard,
Neidig, Tarble and Donnell, were elected
delegates to the National Republican
league, which holds its convention in
San Francisco May 6th in the parlors of
the Palace hotel, one day after the ban
quet which is to be givGn to the dele
gates of the California Republican
League clubs. . ,
Fifty new members were enrolled.
Mayor Hazard and others addressed the
club on political issues, and the meeting
adjourned until May 10th at 8 p. m.
RAW AS BEEF-STEAK
Baby's Fearful Suffering from Skin
Disease Covering Entire Body
Cured by Cuticnra.
My baby was taken very sick when ho was
three months old, and in a few days began
breaking out We employed both of the home
doctors, and they could do nothing for htm.
Then we sent for the best doctor in Eaton
Rapids, Mich., and he doctored him for tiwo
"* weess, and he got
jf?//'" worse all the time;
f sr :^ \ anil then I took him
BWi»\ to Jackson, to a doc
mgr %^a\ Jat wno attends es-
Bm to skin dis-
W iassii and then he got
J9 sSB*orso than ever. Then
W»W B **** told my husband we
VI f "\ * " better try the
» M/ OUT!CUBA Remedies
A (fldfci t~ any way; did not have
Aw>^." ,r Idea they would
/a' anv B°°d> but '"
>)g!jBSa'»* less than two months
from the time we
began giving them to him he was entirely well
and not a spot onhiin. His hair began grow
ing ri lit Off, and we thought he would always
be bald-headed. There was not a spot on Ills
whole body, face and head, only his nose and
eyes, but what was as raw as a beef-Bteak. So
poor there was not anything but bones, and so
weak he could raise neither hand nor head.
Mks. FRAN X BARRETT, Winileld, Mich.
The New Blood and Skin Purine'-, and great
est of Humor Remedies, cleanses the blood of
all impurities and poisonous elements, and thus
removes the cause, while Cuticuba, the great
Skin Cure, and Cuticcka Soap, an exquisite
Skin Beautifier, clear the skin and scalp, and
restore the hair. Thus the Cuticora Remedies
cure every species of itching, burning, scaly,
pimply ana blotchy skin, scalp and blood
diseases, from pimples to scrofula, from in
fancy to age, when the best physicians fail.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticuba, 50c; Soap,
25c; Resolvent. $1. Prepared by the Potteb
Drug and Chemical Corporation. Boston.
for "How to Cure Blood Diseases,"
D A RV'Q Hkin and Scalp purified and beauti
dad i o fleu bj cuticuba Soap. Absolute
,n minute the Cutlcura
Jrml Aiitl-I'Hln Plaster relieves rheu
fn\ matic sciatica, hip, kidney, chest
/ vfc\ nr >d muscular pains and weaknesses.
I Ja*\ Price, 25c.
SHANNON VS. GRAHAM.
Two Good Mon to Meet Tomorrow
Probably as good a fistic event as ever
was seen here will occur tomorrow even
ing at the rooms of the Paßtime club be
tween Billy Shannon of San Francisco
and Billy Graham of San Diego.
Shannon is the boxing instructor of
the Athletic club, aud gave an exhibi
tion selto last evening with Mr. Winston
at the entertainment offered by the
club at the Los Angeles theater. He is
a remarkably skillful pugilist, and
should make an interesting showing in
Graham is credited with being a good
man, and the event is expected to be
notable. He was tried out satisfactorily
recently by Chocolate Jones the trainer.
Molllne has inn do a hit among the ladies.
Arrowhead Hot Springs.
A mountain health and plcasur 3 resort.
Elevation '2000 feet: pure air aud water, min
eral springs, mud baths, unexcelled in their
curative qualities; resident physician. Hotel
elegantly appointed; every modern conven
ience, incandescent electric lights in every
rooiu. Ilia miles from San Bernardino Dally
mail and stage. Reasonable rates. New and
liberal management. For particulars, call ou
or address Stanton A Van Alstine, lessees. 111
South Broadway, or W. W. Beach, manager,
CiinspbeU's Curiosity Store.
Mexican. Indian and California curios at low
est prices, South Spring street,
Pabst Milwaukee beer, finest iv the raarket.
For sale by all dealers.
Pasture-■Sunnysldo farm, Vermont avenue.
Fish, 7'i cents a pound. Broadway market.
Tho Hotel Gazette! Do yon read It?
The Manhattan Life Insurance Com
pany of New York
Wants an energetic nnd experienced agent lor
Los Angeles and Southern California.
Address, stating experience and references,
Pacific Coast Manager,
4 -7 lit General Postofhcc, I.os Angeles.
PASTEUR HOSPITAL !
230 S. MAIN STREET, - • - LOS ANGELES.
Treats, with wonderful success, all rfecial
diseases of Men and Women.
Our cure for Gonorrhoea, Gleet, S ricture.
Piles, Urinary. Bladder aud Kidney troubles
IS THR SAFEST AN O yIiICEEST KNOWN. ByphllfS,
Scrofula and all Blood and Skin diseases thor
oughly eradicated. Lost manhood, weakness,
and all unnatural drains arisinir from youthful
follies or excesses, quickly relieved.
Ladies' Department iv charge of the Oldest
Specialist on the (/'oast, 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 9 p.m.
J&l H8 S. SPRING ST.
«rf Carry the Largest and Best
fpSKjl Selected Spring and Slimmer
fell Bi!l Woolens in the city for Suit-
EE KB ir| g s an d Pantiloonings.
HHI Prices reasonable. Call
w and inspect our goods before
placing your order.
LAST & FISK,
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
131 N. MAIN ST,
LOS ANUELK9, CAL.
Sole Agents for Southern California,
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association,
PILSENER EXQUISITE I
FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
A carload of each haß lust arrived and is
ready for distribution among the trade.
3-31 3m Telephone 38.
PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE 00.,
Undertakers and Kmbalmers.
No. 140 North Main st, Los Angeles, Cal.
Always open. Telephone No. 61.