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THE PLANS COMPLETED.
Dockweiler's Outfall Sewer
Claimed as the Straiarlitest and the
The Plans Will Be C»«d in Evidence in
the Bight of Way Suit—An Out lne
of the Merits Claimed.
City Engineer Dockweiler has com
pleted the plan for the new outfall
eewer from Los Angeles to the sea. and
about the first use ol tbe plans will be
to submit them in evidence in the suit
for right of way brought by the city
against Mr. Dan Freeman. Thiß suit
will come up for trial on Tuesday next
before Judge Van Dyke of the superior
The new line for tbe proposed outfall
sewer, according to its promoters, is not
only the shortest, but tbe cheapest that
has yet been considered. According to
tbe estimates which have been prepared
by City Engineer Dockweiler it will cost
$350,000 and will have a diameter of
forty inches, the sewer being sufficient
to care for the sewage of the city for
the next twenty years. The total fall
from the bottom of tbe sewer, which
will start at the corner of
Grand avenue and Second street,
to the level of the sea wiil be 180
feet. There are three lateral sewers
provided for in the plan, and these are
designed to irrigate an immense stretch
of territory south of the outfail aewer in
the Centinela ranch, territory which
cannot be otherwise irrigated and that
now is practically barren land. Another
point about the line is that it will dis
charge the sewage, when not required
for irrigation, into tbe ocean at a point
about equi-distant between Redondo
and Santa Monica, thus overcoming the
objection of interfering with the bath
ing resorts on tbe coast.
The necessity for an outfall aewer is
evident to all when it is known that
without it the system of sewers con
structed in the city at a cost of $350,000
will be practically useless, said
system having been constructed
with an outfall sewer directly
in view. The three sewer routes orig
inally made to the sea were the river
route, 20.5 miles long and estimated to
cost $1,035,800.; this line would dis
charge tbe sew age in dead water, near
Long Beach. The second line was tbe
La Ballona route, 12.4 miles long, tocoet
$696,775, which would discharge the
sewage in the harbor near Santa Monica,
and did not cover territory available for
irrigation purposes. The" third line, or
original Centinela route, was estimated
to cost $737,400, and the argument
against it waa that it waa of a size
sufficient to cover the needs of the
city for the next fifty years and the
present generation of taxpayers were
not inclined to make such a long draft
on the future. The new line, however,
costing only $350,000 will be amply suf
ficient to cover the sewage require
ments of Los Angelea for twenty yeara,
and tbe shortest line which has yet
been made. All the points are of course
subject to the result of the right of way
suit, as Mr. Freeman may be able to
show quite the opposite of the merits
claimed when the cane comes to trial.
The right of way proceedings of the
city in the superior court next Tuesday
will doubtless be watched with a great
degree of interest, aa it is known that
Mr. Freeman has some strong argu
ments to advance against the route, and
against the crossing of hia property.
MORE BALDWIN BUILDING.
The Lucky Millionaire to Erect a Hand
A Hkuald reporter yesterday saw S.
I. Haas, the architect for the new Bul
lard block to be built on tbe site of the
old court house on Spring street, which
was mentioned in yesterday's Herald,
and he said that it would be one of the
finest buildings in Southern California,
and complete in all its appointments.
In connection with this building some
thing was said about E. J. Baldwin's
improvements on the opposite side of
Spring street, and it can'be stated that
the proposed improvements of Mr.
Baldwin, in addition to the block
he is now erecting for the Fur
rey hardware business, include a
building that will run clear to the Jones
building, and will have an arcade reach
ing through to New High street, con
necting Spring Btreet in an eaay ap
proach with tbe new court house. A
very suggestive fact in connection with
these proposed improvements is that
there have already been demands for
more store room than the buildings will
have. It ia understood that the entire
first floor of the Bnllard building has
already been engaged. Those who think
that business interests are dropping off
in thia part of the city may very well re
vise their opinions in view of the facts
The Weird Story of Abase Told by
A complaint was issued by Justice
Austin yesterday afternoon against a
Mexican and white man, whose names
were unknown. The complainant, a
Chinese gardener named Charley Sing,
accuses tbe defendants of an unpro
voked and unwarranted attack on him
self and two other Chinamen, at their
place near Vernon.
Sing rented eighty acree of land and is
cultivating it. Five acres was after
wards given up and taken by a man for
whom tbe defendants are working.
There was some question about a road
way, which was closed up, and,
according to the Ohinamens' story, they
were attacked by the men yesterday
without any reason, aa they were pass
One of the Ohinamen waa badly
bunged from the blows of a shovel han
dle, and is now in bed. Another China
man waa hit over the shoulder blade
and injured severely. They claim they
did nothing whatever to provoke the
attack, but that because they were
Chinamen tbe men thought they could
abuse them with impunity.
Southern California Railway Company's
The stockholders of the Southern
California Railway company met yester
day morning and elected the following
board of directors: A. Manvel, Chicago;
George A. Magoun and John J. Mc-
Cook, New York; K. H. Wade, G. H.
Bonebrake, R. Egan and H. W. Hell-.
man, Los Angeles; Bryant Howard and
A. K. Lawrie, San Diego; H.L.Drew
and J. N. Victor, San Bernardino.
Only one change was made in the
board from its membership last year, in
the substitution of Mr. K. H. Wade for
Benjamin Kimball, formerly president
of the San Diego Land and Town com
The directors met at once and elected
the following officers: A. Manvel, presi
dent; J. W. Reinhart, vice-preHident f
Frank H. Pattie, assistant secretary and
treasurer; L. C. Deming, secretary; G.
L.Goodwin, assistant treasurer; J. J.
McCook, general counsel; Geo. R. Peck,
general solicitor; Anson Brunson, so
licitor; H. C. Whitehead, auditor: K.
H. Wade, general manager; Fred T.
Pen-is, chief engineer.
YOUNG WOMEN CHRISTIANS.
An Interesting Meeting of Their An
The Young Women's Christian asso
ciation of Los Angeles held an interest
ing meeting in Y. M. C. A. parlor yes
terday morning. A thoiough organiza
tion has been effected. Rooms have
been selected in tbe Potomac block.
These rooms will be fitted up in a pleas
ant, home-like manner. The co-opera
tion of all the young women in this city
is most urgently desired. It ia a work
for young women, and one in which a
young woman can find work to do for
others, as well as receive benefit her
self. The citizens of Los Angeles are
asked to aid in thia cause. The good of
young girls lies very near to the hearts
of all good people, who are asked to
work together that great results may be
realized in the near future.
READERS WILL KICK.
NO MONET TO PAT LIBRARY EX
If an Appropriation Cannot Be Had the
Booh Shop Will Have to Be Closed.
The Situation In Detail.
There is a lively prospect of the pub
lic free library of Loa Angeles suspend
ing operations and shutting its doors.
Ab there were some 31,000 residents of
the city who availed themselves of this
free and beneficial institution of the
city government there will doubtless be
considerable clamor there anent.
The trouble with the library at pres
ent ia the lack of funda for running ex
penses, and in thia particular depart
ment of tbe municipal government tbe
laborera are worthy of their hire. At
the last meeting of the council the board
of directors of the library sent in a re
quest to the council for $3500, for the
actual running expenseß of tbe inatitu- i
tion until the end of the fiscal year. I
That request waa referred to tbe finance '
committee, and there is apparently no i
money on hand in the funds available <
for the purpose. ]
It waa thought that the money might I
be drawn from the caßh fund, but there 1
are only $29,000 to tbe credit of that I
fund for the general expenses of the city i
until August 1. Aa the general ex- f
penßea of the municipality average $12,- t
000 per month, there is no proapect of I
trrnsferring any money from that fund I
for the benefit of the library, and when <
the small amount still remaining to the 1
credit of the library haa been expended, '
nothing remains to be done but to let
the employeea go and abut up shop un
til tbe end of the fiscal year.
There were $4000 in the fund lastyear
when the new appropriation of $12,000 I
was made available, but the growth of «
the patrons of the library during tbe 1
year has been something phenomenal; <
in fact Los Angelea baa more patrons I
per capita for her library than any city i
in America. The growth in number of <
patrons-in one year has been from I
13,000 to 31,000. The library board were 1
sliced down $5000 on their appropriation I
last year by council, and the shortage i
will virtually amount to that Bum. At '
the same time the enormous increaae in ]
the library patrons from 13,000 to 31,000 I
had not been taken into consideration 1
by the directors. If the library is com- i
pelled to suspend operations until the ■
new appropriation is available in August I
there will doubtless be a good deal of >
DIEGO ON THE STAND.
He Denies the Charge of Rape—"Good
bye, God Be With Yon." ,
The defense continued producing wit
nesses in the rape caae against Diego
Tapia, on trial before Judge Williams of 1
the superior court yesterday.
Among the witnesses examined were 1
Maria de Soto, the prosecutrix, Ramon
Periga, Sino Urquadez, Francisco Rioas,
Macedoin Soto, Macafia Tapia, who some
time ago was sentenced to San Qaentin
for the same offense, and the defendant,
An attempt was 'made to show that a
bitter quarrel between Miguel de Soto,
husband of the prosecuting witnese, and
the defendant Tapia had existed. When
the latter was put on the stand he testi
fied that Miguel and his wife Maria
came over to hia camp the morning
after the alleged assault took place. He
assisted them to pack up their fixtures,
and held the mustang while they
loaded it. When they left they said
"Good-bye and God be with you," and
no word wae said by them of an assault.
Permits Which Were Issued in the City
Building permits were issued yester
day to Kate Beyrle, for a residence to be
built on Twenty-eighth street near
Main, to coat $1000.
Also to Mrs. Mary S. Hunt, for a two
story residence on Severance near Ad
ams street, to cost $4000.
Also to Dr. J. M. Pirtle, for a two
story residence at the corner of Four
teenth and Santee streets, to cost $2500.
Make Yourself a New Body.
Purge away the old, diseased and worn out
body, said Dr. Brandreth. Replace the dis
charged matters of the system with good, sim
ple food and thus build up a new and sound
body In place of one feeble and diseased.
Every man should know that he must be "re
newed" at least once in two or three years, else
he would soon break down completely. This
renewing process is easily brought about by
purging with Brandreth s Pills. They put
new life into old bodies.
Brandreth's Pills are purely vegetable,
absolutely harmless and safe to take at any
time. ~ .
Sold in every drug or medicine store, either
plain or sugar coated.
"I have been afflicted with an affection
of the Throat from childhood, caused by
diphtheria, and have used various remedies,
but have never found anything equal to
Brown's Bronchial Troches."—Rev. G. M. F.
Hampton, Piketon, Ky. Sold only in boxes.
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. Oeorge Boehme, proprietor.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALDi FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1892.
CHURCHMEN IN COURT.
The Presbytery of San Francisco
et al. Sued for Libel.
Rev. John W. Ellis Again Appears
He Wants IKIOO.OOO Damages—lll" At
torney Make* a Statement—The
Plaintiff on the Wlt
There was an unusual air of sanctity
about Judge Wallace's court today, says
the San Francisco Report of Wednes
day. It was caused by the presence of
a number of deacons, elders, divines
and church pillars generally, belonging
to or interested in the Presbytery of
San Francisco. They had assembled,
not to discuss polemics, but to hear the
trial of the caae of Rev. John W. Ellis,
D. D., against Hugh Frazer, Henry Huf
schmidt, Thomas C. Easton, Alexander
Kerr, and the Presbytery of San Fran
The suit grew out of a case which is
quite celebrated. Dr. Ellis was arraigned
before the Presbytery in March, 1891,
and hia trial lasted about two months.
He was charged with miaappropriation
of funda intrusted to him for tbe uee
and benefit of the Central Presbyterian
tabernacle, of which he waspaetor. He
was also accused of deception and false
hood. The trial resulted in the loss of
his pulpit, and he then brought a suit
for $100,000 damages, alleging that he
had been injured by the defendants,
who had conspired against him for the
purpose of ruining him and depriving
him of tbe means of livelihood. He
alleges furthermore that, as a result of
the conspiracy, all his future hopes and
prospects in life bad been blasted, tbe
work and education of bis whole past
destroyed and himself and family die
Attorney Allen made the opening
statement in which he explained the
nature of the Presbyterian church or
He said that under the rules of the
constitution of the Presbytery defend
ants Huffschmidt and Frazer were not
rightfully members of that body and
could not have participated in its delib
erations except through fraud. He pro
posed to show that Dr. Ellis had been
for twenty years a trusted servant of the
Presbyterian church and one of its
moat eminent divines; that he enjoyed
the full confidence and respect of the
leading boards of finance connected
with the church in the eaat. He would
also show that all the defendants were
Scotch, Irish and Germane, and that
they were of excitable temperment, ac
customed to dissension and contention,
and that the Presbytery of San
Francisco had a record for conten
tion and discord. It would be
proved that Dr. Ellis had never acted or
spoken except as a gentleman, a scholar
and a Christian, and that he had been
suspended from the performance of hia
sacred duties for no other cause than
that he had appealed to the civil courts
for redreaa after having been the victim
of a malicious prosecution conducted by
the defendants. It would, furthermore,
be shown that the Tabernacle church
had been allowed to become dilapidated'
to a disgraceful extent owing to the
parsimony of the trustees, and that it
wae a well-known fact that a number of
members of tbe congregation were
obliged to carry insect powder in their
pockets. It was at tbe plaintiff's most
earnest and repeated requests that the
trustees paid to him sufficient money to
improve the condition ot the church
edifice, and evidence would be in
troduced to prove that he
had bandied the money in
a wise and economical manner, satisfac
tory to the members of the congrega
tion. Testimony would be given to
prove that tbe birth of the conspiracy
against Dr. Ellis dated from the time
that he had expressed a desire to accede
to a proposition to form an alliance with
Rev. Dr. Mackenzie. It would be shown
that Rev. Chalmers Eaaton, of Bell case
notoriety, Hugh Frazer and Dr. Kerr
constituted the main force in the ma
licious prosecution; that witnesses per
jured themselves, and that some of the
witnesses againat him were members of
the jury that tried him. Allen also as
serted that Dr. Kerr was the prosecutor,
and that he caused his address to be
published in a Los Angeles paper for tbe
purpose of injuring the plaintiff's repu
tation in that city, and that it waa a tis
sue of malicious misrepresentations filled
Major Mhoon made a statement to
the jury for the defense. He said it
would be shown that Dr. Ellia did dis
burse a large sum of money, and that
when asked for an accounting presented
a statement which would be submitted
in evidence and which showed that he
had put the church $500 in debt. It
would be shown that the statement
contained false itema, and that wben
questioned about tbe matter Dr. Ellia
could not give a reasonable explanation.
Moreover, it would be proved that he
had received money for which he never
In the afternoon Dr. Ellis was put on
the stand. He testified that he came to
San Francisco in October, 1889, and that
hia present residence was at 1016 Eighth
street. He had done a great deal of
work in Chico and in Loa Angeles for
the Presbyterian synod, and they bad
found no fault with bis work. That he
was 50 years of age, and had come to
California in 1877. Lived in Chico
three years and in Los Angeles ten
years. In both places he bad accom
plished a great deal for the churches
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real es
tate dealer in Dcs Moines, lowa, nar
rowly escaped one of the severest at
tacks of pneumonia while in tbe north
ern part of tbe 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 case of pneumonia or lung fever.
Mr. Blaize sent to tbe 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
come to Dcs Moines. Mr. Blaize regal
his cure as simply wonderful. 50 cent
bottles for sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222
North Main, druggist.
Two Neighbors Agree.
Two ladles went down town to buy a school
suit for heir boys. Both bought the same
article from Mullen, Bluett & Co., and /or once
these neighbors agreed.
Use German Family Soap
Before the Public.
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or FAILING MANHOOD, INVOLUNTARY
EMISSIONS, IMPOTENCY, MENTAL WORRY,
PERSONAL WEAENEBB, LOSS OF MEMORY,
DESPONDENCY, and all other diseases of
mind and body, produced by youthful follies
or overindulgence, quickly and permanently
THE GREAT YITfILLZER.
PBICB 12 PER BOTTLE
Or S bottles for no, or In pill form
at same price.
Call on or write to
Dr. P. Steinhart,
Room 12*3311-2 South Spring St.,
(Opposite Allen's Furniture Store),
Los Angeles, - - - - Cal.
Special and infallible specifics also prepared
for Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilitic and Kidney
aud Bladder trouble.
IMT-All communications strictly confiden
tial and private.
OFFICE HOURS: From 9 a. m. to * p. m.
Sundays, from 10 to 12. 11-14 Bm
EACH HAD A JAG.
A SPOOK SCARE WHICH SERGEANT
Mother and Daughter on a Toot—Their
Whoops In a Cemetery Alarm
There was a party in and about the
old cemetery on Sand street, near the
high school building, night before last
which occasioned considerable excite
ment in the neighborhood, and came
near resulting in some arrests. Ser
geant Morton wae found during tbe
evening by an excited individual wbo
told that there bad either been a mur
der committed in the cemetery, or that
foul play of some kind was going on
there, and asked him to see about it.
The sergeant went at once to the scene,
and found various people standing
around taking about unearthly cries
which they thought came from uncanny
sources. The proximity of the cemetery
gave an air of plausibility to the fears of
the neighbors, and tbe officer gripped
himself with an atheistical grip to pene
trate the darkneSs Of the ancient bury
He caught a glimpse of fleeting forms
as he went upon bis trip of discovery
and amidst the flitting figures discoverd
some with female drapery about them.
He caught up with one of them and
found a woman who had passed the age
of extreme youth, and who bad a well
developed jag. She told him that
she was waiting for her daughter
and bad no recollection of
having done anything to stir up the
■neighborhood. The conversation lasted
some little time, and the woman started
away to meet, her daughter. She was
admonished by Sergeant Morton to keep
within tbe bounds of tbe law, if not of
propriety, and went upon her way with
a very uncertain step.
Further investigation revealed the
fact that during the evening the woman,
with her daughter, a young woman
18 years old, had visited a beer saloon
with musical attachments in the even
ing, where the girl had become slightly 1
intoxicated. They left the saloon and
went up Buena Vista street, reaching
the cemetery from that direction. 1 The
girl grew very much excited from the
drinks she had taken and screeched in
very loud stylo. It was her cries which"
had attracted the attention of the peo
ple living in the vicinity. It is the pur
pose of the officers to arrest the mother
and daughter if they are found exhibit
ing themselves in an unusual manner in
MORE MONEY WANTED.
Preparing- for the Reception of the
Yesterday the committee on the re
ception of the editors was busily at
work again, and the efforts resulted at
the close of the afternoon in a total of
$500 subscribed. This is still short of
what ia required, and the committee
will continue its effort. The interest
of the community is not yet aroused to
the importance of a whole-souled Cali
fornia greeting to the gentlemen com
posing the party,' which will be still fur
ther swelled by the San Francisco dele
gation which will meet them here.
The request for the donation of car
riages : is not meeting with tbe success
which was expected for the entertain
ment of our guests when they reach
Tbe programme at the chamber of
commerce is not for a formal reception
there. The exhibit will be increased
and the hall will be handsomely deco
rated for the visitors. The programme
includes a luncheon at the beautiful res
idence of Charles Silent, on Adams
street. Those persons who will contrib
ute flowers for the decoration of the
chamber of commerce are reg nested to
bring them to the hall next Monday
Yesterday a donation for the visitors
was fhade by Messrs. Twogood and Cut
ter of Riverside, consisting of two boxes
of their grape fruit. Mrs. Major Nolton
of Vernon sent in a superb collection of
oranges—Mediterranean sweets and
The committee desires the business
men of the city to realize the necessity
of giving a cordial welcome to the ex
cursionists and showing them that the
name of Los Angeles hospitality has
substance to it.
It Is Not What We Say
But what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that makes
it sell, and has given it such a firm and lasting
hold upon the confidence oi the people.
For a dinner pill and general family cathartic
we confidently recommend Hood's Fills.
We have a speedy and positive cure for
catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth and head
ache in SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. A
nasal injector free with each bottle. Use it if
you desire health and sweet breath. Price 50c.
Sold wholesale by Haas, Baruch & Co., and all
Notice, the Change
Will be a dime when you buy a Mullen, Bluett
it Co. celebrated 90c white shirt.
Call at O. Dncommuu's,
302 N. Main street, for fine ladies' shears,
scissors and pocket cutlery, imported direct
Straw hats at Mullen, Bluett is Co.'s.
-)iGO TO £-
Wagner's Jewelry Establishment
125 S. SPRING STREET,
We will aell from now on Jewelry and Silverware at Greatly Reduced Trices to
make room for our large importation of goods we get from Europe this fall. Yon
will be surprised at our low figures. Then the old stock has got to go,
no matter what price we get. Make us an offer and you will get them.
We have a large selection in Sterling Ware, and will give you lower figuret
than any house in the city.
L. M. WAGNER.
125 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
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ROBERT D. MILLER. Manager
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED
Mr SB-feT r _ w QDiUTCV WWPVTNI7 The great nerve and brain restorer is
X \%4 arAnwn sold with a written guarantee to cure rili
>cjj fTV -- nervous diseases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Fits and
LaPf I $ Neuralgia, Hyßteria, Dizziness, Convulsions. Wakefulness, Lost Manhood
A. Nervousness, Lassitude and all drains or loss of power of the Kenemtive o*~
- Jtt gans in either sei Involuntary Losses, or Self Abuse caused by Over Kior-
tion. Youthful Indiscretions or i lv; excessive use of Tob.icoo, Opium or
stimulant* which ultimately leud to insanit j. W illi every $5.t)0 order we
Before and After Use give a written guarantee to cure or refund the money. $1 a package or G for
$5. Spanish Medicine Co., Madrid, Spain. Address U. S. Agent*, Detroit, Mich* Circular Free. Mention papez.
' 511 eodl2m For sale in Los Angeles by C. F. TTF,T»J£EMAN. 222 N. Main Htreet.
$= *PTTAITT A/FIT Tl Universal Household Kennedy.
UI II jIII YV Ift Used Internally and Externally.
Po? 1 1 Ifl insomnia, Catarrhal Affections,
of notes cut from ' Hemorrhages, Inflammations,
circuiararoundbot- ryTH nnj Throat Affections, Influenza,
floU?pe?bo g t?ie 8t LA 1 iV/lU 1 . General Weakness, Nervousness,
——————Snrains. T. leers. Pa ins. Wonnda.
Doctors disagree. They
have to. There are differ
ences of opinion among the
best; there will be so long
as knowledge is incomplete.
But there is one subject
on which all physicians are
completely in accord, and
that is the value of cod-liver
oil in consumption and scro
fula, and many other condi
tions in which the loss of fat
is involved. And cod-liver
oil has its greatest usefulness
in Scott's Emulsion.
There is an interesting
book on the subject; sent free.
Scott & BoWNn, Chemists, 132 South sth Avenue,
Your druggist keeps Scotl's Emulsion of cod-liver
oil—all druggists everywhere tin. $1.
k Lady with
A Baby Complexion.
CAUSED BY USING
CUCUMBER AND ELDER
Yes! after using it daily for six months a
lady's skin will be as pink, soft and velvety, as
pure and clear as the most delicious baby's
ikin. It is not an artificial cosmetic. It
cleanses, refines, purifies and whitens. It feeds
md nourishes the skin tissues, thus banishing
wrinkles, marks and scars. It is harmless us
lew and as nourishing to the skin as dew Is to
the flower. Price $1. Bottle lasts three months.
Sample Bottle milled free to any lady on
receipt of 10 cents in stamps to pay for postage
and packing. Lady agents wanted.
Mrs. Gervaisk Graham, "Beauty Doctor,"
3425 State Street, Chicago, 111.
Treatments for every kind of facial blemish
given with the greatest success at Mrs. Graham's
Los Angeles establishment, Ramona hotel
oms 8, 9 and 10. MISS C. I. WEAVER,
MISS M. B. HARRIS.
The Great Mexican Remedy.
\ Gives health and strength to
TRADE MAfeX the Sexual Organs,
Good cigars are now
high-priced, because of high
tariff laws, mastiff plug
cut is making pipe-smoking
popular, because it gives
more for the money.
J. B. Pace Tobacco Co., Richmond, Virginia.
LOLA MONTEZ CREMg
<|1 JFO O D 1
f>T It is Soothine, Healing
CnS Cleansinsr in the
highest, degree. It
f ■CT's3~\ llas tne qu*Ht.y of
! 'infers | $ making tbe flesh firm
r Viiul>( a " < ? ll i u ' k l n , flne "
I «. ji (T . >grained and dose
«. 0 poiod, thus prevent
ing the formation of wrinkles. Renders the
ekin delightfully soft and velvety; does not
promote the growth of hair on the Uce. It is
especially nice to use before applying fac«
powders, and to protect the skin from wind and
sun. Price, 75c. For sale by druggists or sent
by mail anywhere on receipt of 75c in stamps.
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON,
America's Beauty Doctor,
26 Geary St., San Francisco, Cal. .
Ladies pending this ad. with 10 cent» in
stamp will receive;book of instructions and a
box of Skin Food and Face Powder free.
East First St.,
Treatment, $10 a Month. Permanent
Cures Q-uarantsed for $30, medicines in
cluded. Dr. White is the oldest, only reliable
and most successful Private, Nervous and
Chronic Disease Doctor in the city. No
amateur doctors employed. No Kuigicalstaffr.')
fake. No swindling patent medicines fo sale.
Srecial diseases treated skillfully and promt tly
cured. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea. Gleet Stricture,
seminal Weakness, Impotency, Varicocele.
Nervous Debility. Sexual Indifference of both
sexes, Bladder, Kldne., F,kin and Blood dis
eases quickly and permanently cured.
Consultation and examination free to those
Dr. White's Dispsnssry, 113 East Firs*
street. Booms 12,13,14, IS.