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ranuttt fro SO' t" ern California: Fair
weather; slightly cooler, northerly winds.
The United Brethren uhurch ia build
ing a chapel at the corner of Hope and
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Weßtexn Union Telegraph office,
corner of Court and Main streets. Jan
uary 20, 1893, for V. Botello, 1. N. Boi
court, M U. Morse, — Favlor.
The only contribution received by the
chamber of commerce yeaterday was
from John Hawkins, city, consisting of
Washington navels from 20 month old
buds, there being 16 oranges on one
Will H. Hoon of Dixon, 111., writes
the Herald, enclosing hie subscription
to the Weekly. He adds a foot note to
the effect tbat on the morning of Janu
-15 the thermometer registered 25 de
grees below zaro in Illinois. The same
morning in Los Angeles the thermome
ter registered 50 degrees above zero.
The annual report of the committee
of the Baltimore yearly meeting of
Friends, women's branch, having for its
object. Purification of the Presß, has
been published. It shows the endorse
ment of many well known editors of the
principles outlined of educating jour
Articles Of incorporation were filed
yesterday by the Santa Gertrudes Fruit
company. The principal place of bus
iness is Los Angeles, and tbe directors
John W. A. Off, Charles Off, H. A.
Bond, George H. Bonebrake and M. T.
Allen. Tbe capital stock is $25,000, all
of which has been actually subscribed.
At the annual meeting of the Travel
ling Mens' association of Southern Cal
ifornia, the following officers were elected
to serve the ensuing term: C. H. Plum
mcr, president; T. W. Okey, vice-presi
dent; F. J. Teale, jr., secretary; F.J.
Osborne, treasurer. Directors, C. W.
Smith, H. li. Yerrington, D. Wiebere,
J. D. Menasco, C. 8. Kions.,
George H. Stewart, esq , cashier of
tbe Bank of America, delivered a most
excellent lecture on the subject of Banks
■nd Banking, to the students of the
Woodbury Business college yesterday
morning. The lecture was very inter
esting, abounding in practical business
truths aa well ac many humorous an
ecdotes gleaned from Mr. Stewart's ex
tensive experience as a banker.
AU applicants for positions on the
Los Angeles police department are by
the order of the board of police commis
sioners required to hie new applications,
and under the new regulations adopted
by tbe said board applicants to be
eligible must be between the ages of 25
and 45years; not less than 5 feet and 8
inches in height in stocking feet; not
less than 160 pounds weight; must be
sound in mind and body, and must be
able t» write a good hand. Blank ap
plications can be had by calling on the
secretary of tbe board, W. W. Robinson,
esq., at the office of the mayor, after
Saturday, January 21, 1893.
Oysters 50 oente a dozen, and a reduc
tion in prices of all California wines by
the bottle. Ice cream and salads for
parties. Hollenbeck hotel cafe.
Selected i.toe., or Cutlery
At the W. C. Furrey company, 159 to
165 North Spring etreeet. Inspect our
line of goods name i above.
Prospective Costly Sauttarluna for Los
It may not be generally known that
within the past few years there have
be/en discovered in the state of Virginia
a rr neral gum somewhat of the consist
ency of soft putty, that has extroard
inary absorbing and healing qualities,
and is now used by some eminent phy
sicians in New York and Chicago for the
treatment ot all pulmonary troubles as
well as cancers and fibroid tnmors with
extraordinary enccese, and during the
past year, and just before bis demise,
General Price, of Confederate fame,
bronght tbe discoverer of the valuable
material. Prof. R. N. Pool, to Denver,
and who formed a strong stock company
and have established in the city of Den
ver a large and commodious: sanitarium
for the treatment of consumption, bron
chitis, catarrh, cancer and fibroid tu
mors, and the results bave been co sat
isfactory that it bas been decided within
the near future to erect a sanitarium in
Los Angeles that shall be equal to the
care of the many invalids that come to
this climate. Dr. Prassen, at
Spring street, has the sole right to the
use of this material in California, and
who can be seen at his rooms applying
the material any day, and who has de
cided that Los Angeles is the proper lo
cation at which to establish the sanita
rium for California, and will be at the
head of the sanitarium company and or
The Dr. has already been approached
by capitalists npon tbe subject of the
stock of the company. It will be inter
esting for any of our citizens to visit and
see tbe doctor apply this althio, and a
pleasure to see the hilarity of the pa
tients from the immediate relief and
great benefit of the applications.
Have Yu«r pinuiblng Done
By the W. O. Furrey company, 159 to
166 North Spring street. Promptness.
8,. D. List, notary public Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 West second. Telephone 185
A Dellghtfal Change
Los Angeles people dosliing a change will
appreciate the fact that at Coronado Beach
the rainfall for thin season bas been scarcely
over an inch, not one-fifth the ran at Los An
geles. Ivery dsy ls an edition of the Juno
days of our childhood, only with a few moro
•mbelli'hmnnts oa the covers—the sundses
and snnsets being particularly fine Just now.
For information about the beautiful Hotel del
Coronado, oah at the agtsnoy, 129 North Spring
street, Los Auaele*.
Hang Lea's Holiday Goods.
Chinese and Japanese curios: silk dress*pat
tern»: ladies' emh oldered silk handkerchiefs,
two for 23 cen s Manufacturer ladle*' under
wear ahr gents' furi'lahlng goods. Al'oanex
tensive line of new holiday goods at very low
pilots. P'tas call und inspect our stock be
fo,* Rurchasi-g elsewhere, No. 505 North
Mala street, near plsza.
Tho Best and Cheapest
Tailoring don- at iCI liouth Spring stroet.
A.lterktion«. dte.ng and cloaolug: mlßflt c oth
lng bought: repiirmg uea.ly done.
Oar Tioine Brew,
liner A Zobeleln's Laser, fresh lrom the
..rewiry, on draut'hr In ail the principal Ha
oons, delivered prirnpth- In bo ties or k<jge.
,)r»oe and Dre»ery. U4 Adso St. Telephone 91
Again to the Front,
ft, tinhen, f rmerly ol the wel'-kniwn Vien
na bake > la onoe more In tr-ainess and is lo
■ »w» «• 3-to onth wrfna street, where he i»
evil nrt'ua a coff c and luceb room and wticre
tie #i tv pleased to see lits many friends ana
the ftablle >n general.
Wall paper, 237 o. Spriii.;. Samples sent.
Cannibals and bromerangers are no' .>
usual combination in civilized America
but this combination may be found t"
ruorrow at the Odtrich farm, adj taint
the Southern Pacific depot at Same
Monica, where cannihal warfare, a 1
practiced in the buah of Northern Aue
tralia, and the wonderful skill in throw
ing the boomerang possessed by these
"black trackers" will be shown, followen
by their war dances and native corrob
eric. The exhibition begins at 1 and
ends at 3:54 p. m. Trains on the
Southern Pacific drop paeseugers at tbe
Ostrich farm, nod on Sunday go thence
to the mammoth wharf, whence a mag
Difieent marine view niav be had and
capital fiebing enjoyed Tim last train
returns from the wharf at 2:30 p tn , in
ample time for a good fish dinner and a
look at the blacks. Round trip, 50 cte.
The quickest results are obtained by
advertising in the classified columns ol
the Herald, on the sixth page. Situa
tions are offered daily; houses aud
rooms for rent, or wanted to rent; real
estate bargains in city and country;
chances to buy almost everything at low
prices; lost and found articles are ad
vertised ; business chanceß that afford
an income for a small investment; per
sonal notices; Bpecial noti es; profes
sional cards; announcements of money
to loan and money wanted, and much
besides. Rites are 5 cents a line per
day, with lower rates by the month.
Catalina island, a summer resort in
winter. Ocean all around makes tbe
climate many degrees warmer than on
the main land. Never a frost. Bathing
name as in summer. Avaion house open
the year round. Fish right out of the
water a epecialty. Addreeß Mre. S. A.
The canvass for Corran's Los Angeleß
City Directory for the year 1893 haß
commenced; ihe book will be printed
and published as in 1891; tbe compila
tion will be under the immediate super
vision of W. H. L. Corran. Offic, 103
Practical farmers publish testimonials
regarding the new forage plant offered
by the Herald aa a premium to mail
subscribers only of tbe Daily and
Weekly Herald. This millet grows on
very dry land and it is claimed tbat
half of a 50x150 lot planted with it will
almost support a cow. A subscription
remittance and a request for the pre
mium will briug it tnrough the mail.
Caledonian club. New Los Angeles the
eater. Harry E Reeves, formerly the
boy soprano of Great Britain and of the
British cathedrals, is engagedjto sing at
Burns' anniversary, January 2Gtb. Tick
ets to be had at Nicoll the tailor, 134 S.
The Herald can be found in Pan Fran
cisco at the Palace and Occidental hotel
news stands; in Chicago at the Post
office news stand; in Washington at
the Washington news exchange; in
Denver at Hamilton & Kendrick'*
■ Every principal point of interest in
Southern California is reached by the
Southern Pacific company. One far for
the round trip every Sunday to all local
pointß from Los Angeles.
The R u v. J. A. Wood will preach at
the 3 o'clock meeting of tbe Los Angeles
mission, 107 !.j North Main street, to
Get a copy of the 24-pae« "Southern
California edition" of the Evening Ex
press to come out this afternoon. Price,
The excursion over the kite-shaped
track Sunday will be loaded with our
eastern friends The Santa Fe will
make a rate of $2 '05 for Sunday only.
The home of the tourist is delightful
San Diego and Del Coronado. Reduced
rates Saturday and Sunday over the
surf line of the Santa Fe. Trains leave
at 8:15 a. m. and 4:30 p. m., foot of
Half rates on Sunday on the Southern
California railway, Sana Fe ran c, to
any point. Tickets good returning Mon
At McDonald's cloeine out sale, men's
calfskin shoeß at $2 50. Every line of
shoes in the house is likewise selling at
Excursions to Catalina until further
notice every Saturday. Inquire of
Wilmington Transportation company,
130 West Second street. Oood hotels
on the island.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and sur
geon. Office and residence, 126 North
Main, new McD. block. Telephone 284.
Illich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main street. Everything; new and first
clc.es. Private apartments. Fresh fish,
oysters and game daily. Open all night.
Dr. Price, M. R. C. V. 8., veterinary
eurgeon, California stables, 373 North
Main street. Business punctually at
Arrowhead Hot Springs, the famous
winter resort for Southern California.
'Bus meets all day trains at Arrowhead
Tbe Windermere, on Ocean avenne,
Santa Monica, is a pleasant winter re
sort, beautifully situated overlooking
the Pacific ocean.
Ha v e your old mirrors resilvered as
good as new at H. Raphael & Co., 408,
410 South Spring.
See our windows. Cheviot suits in
the latest styles, $20 to $45. Nicoll the
tailor, 134 S. Spring street.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 142> 2 North
Main street. Office hours from Bto 10
a. m. and 2to6p. m. Telephone 340.
Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rnpture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
Wo manufacture everything in the
looking-glaBS line; all work guaranteed.
H. Raphael & Co , 408,410 South Spring
Latest sheet mußic publications my
specialty. Fitzgerald, the mußic dealer,
Spring and Franklin.
Dr. Joseph Knrtz aud Dr Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main Btreet.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor
Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel
Ramona, Third and Spring sts. Crown
and bridge work.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Sprine street.
Dr. Hollingsworth, reopened dental
office, 138}-i South Spring street.
Insure with A. C. Goleh, 147 South
Dr. Lindley, 331) a South Bpring street.
The finest in the city ; the favorite ot
•astern tourists. Service unexcelled on
coo coast. Meals served a la carte.
French dinners from 12 till 8 p. m.
Ladies' parlor connected.
Bar Fixtures and Agate Ware
01 every description »t the W. 0.
Furrey company, 159 to 165 North Spring
California Vinegar Works,
:55 Banning street, opposite soap factory,
jear Alameda and First streets, one-half block
rom electric, tgbt works
Use German Family soap.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21. 1893.
THEIR INDIVIDUAL DRAW-DOWN.
Milarien fixed of rim Cottntv
Proceedings of tun Meeting- Yester
day of the Supervisors.
i>,'.lr »1,l - Plaoea and the Km »tumc
Attached-The Free i.»t>or Bu
reau to Be Aided— Rou
The board of supervisors held a busy
session yesterday, getting through with
a Urge amount ..1 business.
Tbe salary committee has agreed upon
the following salaries for the deputies in
the various county offices for tbe ensu
Tax collector's office—Col. E E. Hew
itt, tax collector; J. G. Estudillo, chief
deputy, $125; W. VV. Waterhouse,
cashier, R. H Hewitt, correspondent,
N. B. Kddv, redemption clerk, $100; J.
F Mullen, report clerk, $100; George
Vance, offlce deputy, $101); D. F. Fin
icune, report clerk, $80; John VV.
Francis, J. D. G. Gillilen, A. C Roans.
F. C. Hannon, George Puff, 8. B. Van
derb ck, G. J. Smith, clerks, $S0 each.
Recorder's office—Arihur Bray, re
corder ; A. A Biyley. chief deputy, $125;
W. S. Marchant, assistant, $100; A. 8.
Church, index clerk, $100; F. D. Brad
ford mailing clerk, $75; J. J, Walsh,
chief copying clerk. $80; O. Upright,
comparing clerk, $80 ;D. J. Cooper, R.
Beardslev and VV D. Smith, comparing
clerks, $80 each; W.W. Mills, draughts
Auditor's office—F. E. Loppz, auditor;
E.G. Wood, chief deputy, $125; T. A.
Lewis, deputy, $100.
Assessor's office—F. Edward Gray,
assessor; chief deputy, $125; deputy,
$80; deputy, $100, and two deputies
$100 each. No names given.
Sheriff's office—J. O. Cline; under
sheriff, $150; bookkeeper, $100; return
oeputy, $100; mortgage sales deputy,
$100; six cuurt deputies, $100 each; one
translation deputy, $100; two depctiee,
criminal and civil work, $100 each; one
deputy for district attorney, $100; one
deputy for grand jury, $100; one jailer,
who is to keep the books, $100; one as
eistant jailer, $75; two turnkeys, $75
each; one matron for jail. $50; one dep
uty at county hospital, $40.
School superintendent— W. W. Sea
mans, superintendent; tbe same depu
ties and salaries as last year were re
County clerk's office—T. H. Ward,
county clerk ; F. E Lowry, chief clerk,
$150; A W. Seaver, registry clerk,sl2s;
R. A Marshall, judgment clerk, $100;
J. C Piatt, aesiatant judgment clerk,
$90; P. P Livermore. index clerk, $90;
W. D. Welch, recording probate pro
ceedings, $90; E. L. Butterworth,
recording probate proceedings, $90;
Miss Florence Variel, file clerk, $75;
Sam Kntz.clerk of miscellaneous depart
ment, $90; M. J. Negrew, miscellaneous
department, $90; J. M. Dunsmoor,
clerk board supervisors, $125; C. VV.
Bell, assmtant clerk board supervisors,
$100; R. M. Reed, clerk criminal de
partment, $75; A. W. Forrester, clerk of
department 1, $125; C. W. Blake, clerk
of department 2, $125; C S. Keyes,
clerk of department 3, $125; W. H.
Wbittemore, clerk of department 4,
$125; D. L. Alexander, clerk of depart
ments. $125; George Reed, jr., clerk of
department 6, $125, Mrs. C. B. Fowler,
cashier, $90; id. G. Johnson, steno
County treaßUrer's office—J. de Barth
Shorb, treasurer. Two assistants al
lowed: J. M. Tiernan and T. J. Fleming.
No salaries named.
District attorney's office—Kenry C.
Dillon, district attorney. T. L Skinner,
assistant district attorney, $200; J. R
Dupuv, chief deputy, $175; A J fJtley,
depu y, $150; M. W. Conkling and J. R.
Dubois, $100 each; Lester Prager,steno
grapher and typewriter, $75.
Tbe sum of $15,000 wae ordered trans
ferred from tbe uuapportioned funds to
tbe current expense fund.
The board decided to visit Devil's gate
and the La Canada bridge on Monday
Tbe board received five bids for the
construction of the White Oak-avenue
bridge over the Santa Anita wash, and
took tbem under advisement.
Consideration of tbe widening of Ver
mont avenue was deferred until Febru
Tbe board granted s petition for the
resarvey of the Norwalk and Puente
Mills road by the county surveyor.
Tbe board adopted a resolution that
hereafter no demands for pay for extra
time will be allowed unless the heads of
the various departments first obtain
leave to employ their deputies overtime.
The board, upon motion of Spuervisor
Hanley, ordered that $25 per month be
contributed by the county towards the
expenses of the Los Angeleß connty ex
hibit at the San Francisco board of trade
The board also, npon motion of Super
visor Forrester, decided to contribute
$50 per month towards the maintenance
of a free labor bureau, provided that it
be supplied with a monthly statement
of receipts and expenses of the bureau.
THEY CAN WED.
People Who Yeaterday Secured Their
Marriage licenses were issued yester
day to the following persons:
J. J. Lachenmyer, aged 23 a native of
Illinois and resident of The Palms, and
Amelia Bucke, aged 26 a native of Illi
nois and resident of Los Angeles.
Joseph B. McNab, aged 26, a native of
Illinois, and Li I lie Haynes, aged 30, a
native of New York, both residents oi
Felix Leßlanc, aged 35, a native of
Louisiana, and Olara Cosgrove, aged 26
a native of California, both residents of
William H. Loudon, aged 23, a native
of Missouri and resident of Ban Diego,
and Vioia Bracken, aged 15, a native of
Ohio and resident of Los Angeles.
Henry L Garretson, aged 23, a native
of Pennsylvania and resident of Ljs
Angeles, and Ria A. Sweeney, aged 23, a
native of Massachusetts and resident of
Very Maukkd Result. l *—lhe term la-d
--nlidei. ua lyivnve.a ulte ,i«ence ci disaster,
wh reby many Hie killed, but thin lime it In
used tv insi a'e the enormous i-alea of Di
Miles' Keat native Nervine, a remedy that I?
daily having the liven of thou<«at <n> who are
funVring fr. m nervous disorders. It cures at
pt'ation. nervi-os prostrat on head-th.-, back
ache. spin 1 oi>ea.e», hjat. ria, 111 i flfeets ol
-pirtte. ci nfu ion f mind, ptc. and I v d» up
th. • ody surpnaiui ly. Brown & M ybttry,
Cor»laii,i, N , say one pane t u-erl nervin
and gained 15 pound- ■ f flesh Hold by tl. H
Hauce, ihe druggist 177 N. Bpr'ng street, on a
guarantee Get a book free
Visiting- Cards Kugrmved
At Langstadter'i, 214 West Second. Tel. 762.
P. K. Hall of Oakland is at the Sa
J. 0 Koop of Alameda is at the II i]
H. M Young of St. Liuia is at the
Milton A Mi l; ie oi Cincinnati ia in
A. I). Johnston of New York is at the
A. H. Wilson of San Francisco is in
W. li. Griffith of Denver is at the
J. M. Abbott of New York is at the
Joseph B. Crocker of San Francisco is
at the Nrfdeau.
Geo. W. Jordan of San Francisco is at
Nat Ward Fitzgerald of Washington.
D. C, is in the city.
C. 3. Wilson retvrned yesterday from
a short business trip to Fairmont.
Mr. T. E. Gibbon leaves today for a
visit to St. Louis which will last Borne
H. L. Hovey, a well-known citizen of
Cbic go, is in the city on a pleasure and
A. L. Greening returned yeßterday
atternoon from San Diego, where he haa
been since Sunday.
L. H. Carr, a popular business man of
Chicago, is in Los Angeles for a few
weeks, bent on pleasure.
Will F. Sweeny, secretary of tbe Ala
mitos Land and Water company of Long
Beach, waß in tne city Thursday.
Ex Councilman Theodore Summer
land is able to be at his place of business
again, after a few days of quite severe
A. D. Simpson, an old-time resident
of San Francisco, but at present repre
senting an eastern house, is in the city
on a business trip.
The following party from Orange are
at the Nadeuu: Mrs. H R Cooper,
Misses Mamie, Idith and Gussie Cooper
and Miss Mabel Wood.
Before leaving Los Angeles, Mr. Chas.
Bradehaw, the comedian of the Jolly
Surprise company, stated that he was
delighted with this country and that
there was no other like it. This is his
first trip bere.
Eugene Maxwell, of the internal reve
nue office, returned yesterday from a
two weeks' trip to Santa Barbara, San
Luis Obispo and surrounding country,
in search of two supposed illicit stills.
They were not found.
WILL BE OUT TODAY.
The "Southern '.'. iif .m v Edition" of
the Evening Express,
The 24-page edition of tbe Evening
Express, devoted to the eight southern
cnuntieß, 40 000 copies, will be out this
afternoon. A good thing to send to east
ern friends For sale by all newsdealers
and newsbojß. Price, 10 cents.
Papa Schurtz Proprietor of the Paine*
Papa Schurtz respectfully annnunceß
to hie customers tbat tonieht Lemp'e
celebrated St Louie beer for the first
time in his place. The favorite Vene
tian Lady Troubadours will give a special
selected concert tonight. During the
intermissions Papa Schurtz will deliver
several of his admired speeches. A
good time and large audience is ex
Thfi W. G. Furrey Co.,
159 to 165 North Spring street, has the
finest and largest atock of hardware in
The Oakland Race*.
Oakland, Cal., Jan. 20.—Half a mile
—Jim K. won, Stoneman aecond, Moun
tain Boy third ; time, o:49}£.
Half a mile —Young Tnad won, Mac
key second, Flora E. third; time,
Six furlongs—Ledalia won, Raindrop
second, May Pritchard third; time,
Tmrteen-sixteenths of a mile—Broad
Church won. Cyclone second, Altus
third ; time, 1:22)£.
Mile and sixteenth —Garcia won,
Fanny F. second, Initiation third;
time, 1:51. .
Suffered Terribly. Doctors and Medi
cines Useless. Cured in Four
Weeks by Cuticura.
I have a boy, flfte-m yean old, born in Fish
kll., portrait inclosed, who had the eczema to
offensive 'hat I cou d notaUy luthe room with
§him The poor boy i uffert'd
trlb y. Hi* feet were ter
ribly sore, he cou d ot wear
any shots, and had the r e
fore to stay at home lrom
sr-hool. When he put on a
pair of dry stockings In -he
m ruins, they would in one
hour bo t a'urated with
molitnr 1 and ye:. offensive,
even in the co d -t wea her.
Uhe dlse*»e ben v to spread
over tal» body,e«>peclall tne
handi and lingem. Ihe
ihumba on both his hands
bectiu.L' tiff and a* un 1-ks a- two witheiert
sticks of wood It would be useless for nvi to
try 'o the utTering this boy endured. I
took him to two differ nt doctors, both gave
him lots of m- diclne, but all to no u*e He
tr. w worse. Ith refore desp l ed of ever hay
ing him n.u cd. One day I s-iw the great h ne
fliH promised to iho c who would use uticura
Remedies. I weut rWht awa\ to t >• d ug a or*
and b ught them. I trust roufe*s I h*d but Ift
tle in them However, I u*ed them ao
r<-rdiug to d reetlntts, hhA today I say t'otb
ful y o all 'he w rid, :[ioaw«h to pnbl i-h It.
ihat h y s-in i«. ei,tl M*y cured, 't-aiu God, ■*»u1
ihe dis'overers of Cuticur* Remm ies.
They eu ed him in four week- as sound a a ti
gola dollar. JuHN SAVAGE,
Fishkill Village, IS. Y.
The new Blood and n Purifier, Ipusmajly,
and Cuticura, the great HHn Cure, and cuti
cura ->oap, an exquisite Kkin Heauiifler, t-i
-ternally, yn-eu i > relieve nud ii-eedily OH re
every diseas- and humor of the a In. fcCHip and
blood, with loss of hair, from infancy to agt,
lrom pimpleß to scrofula.
Bold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, ftOc; Soap.
25c; Resolvent. $1 Prepared by the Potter
Drug and Chemical Corporation. Boston.
-How toCurHrSbin Diseases," B4 pages.
60 illustrations, aud testimonials, inailta fr- c,
DTMPLKB, blackheads, red. r>ngh. chapned
1 *"* and oily »kln cured by Cuticura Soap.
■4/I*o% MUSCULAR STRAINS
flll<i P* tltH hack ach'% weak kid
neys rheumali m, and chesi. rains
nli'Vtd in on* minute hy the
he first aud <».,lv instantaneous pain-killing
And General Brokers.
General merchandise taught forc.c-h, mid hfln
died on op *i
Room-14-15, Bryson-Bonebrake bii<,
Second and eprlug utreeta, l-2i ly
/p, One \.
/ tcaspoonful \
/ ofCleveiand's > »~ > \
' Baking Powder \
does more and better work
than a hoping>/""*?V j
\ teaspoonful I
\ of any other. /
\ A large saving on a /
A pure cream of tartar powder
Used in the U. S. Army and by
tea 1 ers of Cookery.
Cleveland's is the standard, it never
Taries. it does the most work, the best
work and is perfectly wholesome.
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The Doctor will tell all about your Disease
with ut asking a quo>>ll m. It you can
not be cured ho will tell >.ou so and
positively will not late your money.
Diseases of Men and Women Thor
oughly Understood. Quickly and
The Oolden West Medical Institute, at No
'.■i- South Main street, ful.y quipped
adth -11 Ihe iatest sud best icientific
Remedies uud Appliances.
Charges Low. AH Cases Guaran
teed and Treated by
Specialists ot ;ionft experience who are pre
pared to cure all
Diseases of Men.
Nervous Debility or Kshttnstion, Writing
Weaknesses, HarJy Decay, Lack of Vim,
Vigor hikl Strength, all Disorder- and Do
Mlities of Youth Hnd Mmihood caused by
too close application to business or sturiy.
Be ere Mental htrain or Grief, Sexual«Jtx
cess»*« in middle life, or from tbe effects of
youthful lollies, yield reaiiUy to our new
treatment. Every ■ ■■■■■t guaranteed.
Women who Suffer
And are leading a life of mia*ry and nn
happiness would d» well to consult the
old doctor in charge. Twenty Bevec
years' experience in the treatment oi
Female Complaints. Ec is always ready
to assist you. No di«ea;< i peculiar to
your delicate o gani>-ni is be old hli
sure control, Reguiaiing trtat cent vtai
ranteo for all irregularities, no matt<-t front
what cause Private, confidential; you
need see no one bm the doctor.
Kidney and Bladder
Troublas, Weak Bck, Fain In the Sice,
Abd men, Bladder, nediment lv Urine,
Brick White, Pain while Urinating,
B igln'H Disease, and all diseases of the
urin i ry organs of both sexes.
Private Blood and Skin.
Al diseases of a Private Nature, fiorei,
Di charges, Skin Spots, Pimples, scrofula,
Syphilitic, taint and eruptions of ali kinds
quickly and permanently cured.
$100,000 deposit forfeit for any cue of
Cancer that c.tnnot be permanently re
moved without the <cc of knife. No pain
or danger. The doctor's own method, for
which he has been offered thousands of
dollars. Any skin Cancer. Mole, Wart, etc,
removed in thirty minutes. We challenge
the world to produce an equal treatment
for the permanent cure of Cancer.
ffW' Catarrh, Throat and Lung Troubles
Cured by our own exclusive Inhalation
CALL OI? WRITE,
If yon rannot call you can be cured at horn*.
Write your cat • plainly. Medicine sent secure
Cures guaranteed in every case.
GOLDEN WEST MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
142 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
DISEASES OF MEN
126 Non'h Main Street,
Th mos ineoeMfpj Print* Di*«»»f>d->clo
in thi •H-ii rth>a, <*lt»«t,
Beimnal Weakncne, Nwrvuoa l>«bility,
i ukui ana KKlnvy ritpwii-i* arel
BtrxiiMl \\ > \ km ktj( set -h tilty TTi r.ted M*ml
ci"-- repar* d in private laboratory, B«itlt
•ex**n -joiimjli n iiCtt l>r. White hit
no hi 'd ub ihijU'S. Y« v »cc the doctor only j
Dr White In the only ipOPlaltfll In he Slat»
who exi'lu-ivc y tn.<tin prlvntt*, n«iroo» >>.•
chronic di*t»m*-% Guru* guaranteed in al !
eurnhletaien liou't waste Mr/ie with pfcteu i
medic ne- If yor. hwve any «e*ual tronol j
co hult Dr. Wnite. ek'ieutinn ureatmeiu
I. T. MARTI N
wuw|?l/"'"J' '""V'V New aud s c.oud Hand
m : :> i 'JRNJTURE
J: . J: :', Carpet*, Mat inc. and
£JmT~ .'rices low for cash or wil ! b lion iv
tallments. Tel. 884. P.O. box 921.
46 1 SOUTH SPRING ST.
TWO STRAIGHT PROPOSITIONS.
The finest orange an'! leWon land in Southern Talifornia, w : th an abund
anr.c of water piped tn c c 20 acr-.s '.very convenience ; numeroui
daiiv trains on two roads, uostofiic* <, telephones, church:s, schools, elec
trie lights, etc , and ONLY 1 30 per acre, aa very easy terms.
3©5 X 2 : T3O !Vee rides on the cnble cars IF buy a lot
of us with a h use bunt to suit you and pay for it in easy instal.menta
Come and bee Us.
C E. DAY & CO.,
I3i South Broadway, Los Angeles, California.
Fred. A. Salisbury
DEALER I N—
10013, COAL, HAY, G-HAII AID CHARCOAL
AND THE CELEBRATED
No. 345 South Spring Street. Tel. 226.
/omsK Rectal, Female and Chronic Diseases
4 ~ V Such as Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Constipa
V ~ .•T" X',K', ifjj tion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Prostration, Insom
,.° " | ma, Insanity, Paralysis, Rheumatism,
-, J " ■ kin Diseases, etc., etc.,
TREATED BY AN ENTIRE NEW METHOD,
'< \ - i v Send for bmk (free which will explain fully how Chronic
diseases of all kinds are readily relieved and cured.
1 ~ CST" Rectal Dise.-ses CURED in from two to four weeks,
-' -v ■'■■'■it '!!/• i 5 Call on or a. dress
■ W. E. PWITCHARD, M. D..
'* H ISS N. Spring St., Los Angeles.
Cfiice Hours, 12 to 4 p m Telephone 159.
PAW FARM FI SALE!
Containing 62 acres of land, all in high state of cnltivation; cottage
house, hard-finished, of seven roome, bath and kitchen, together with
small cottage of threo rooms for laborers; about four acreß in bearing
Washington NavfJs; 5 acres English Walnuts; 5 acres Winter Ap
ples; two artesian wells; about 3000 feet service pipe and hydrants.
First-class corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and crose-fenced.
Apply at once to
H-to-tt 114 N. Beaudry aye , Los Angeles, Cal.
S T lin SIGNS ! SIGNS!
R a % >tW MR. WM. MERGELL, late of Omaha, Neb.,
For rapid work, low prices and modern styles, a chare ot your patronoge Is solicited.
Card Signs Muslin Signs, Wire *lgne, Brans Signs, Signs o( every description.
Political work donp at short nn'lce Rt reasonable rales.
ANewM Forage Plant.
To every mtil snbscriber of the DAILY and WEEKLY HERALD during 1893,
who pays in advance, a package of Boed ot the ne v forage plant, Jerusalem corn,
will he sent if requested This plant, an illustration of which appears above, can
be cut from eiitht tn ten rimes a year. It is farsuperior to alfalfa, and even a space
of ground of 50*150 feet will grow enough to support a cow. This corn plant
needs no Irrigation if planted fn m February to May and is positively the beat
fodder known in tbe United States. Farther information will be given concerning
this valuable premium, but every mail subscriber, both new and old, can take ad
vantage d this li'>eral offer. Certificates from farmers, both in Europe and the
Unit.d States, are >ti rile in the Hkkald office, showing that extensive experiments
have proved the great v«lne of thin cereal For COWS, horses, hogs and chickens,
Jerusalem corn has pr< veil ;t most pronounced success, ai d the farmer who plants
it w l' find the producing capacity of his pasture almost doubled. Now is the time
to subscribe or renew v«ur subscriptions. The following are 'he rates:
TI-BMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAOE.
DAIL- HV B ALD, on- year *? 29
DAILY HSh ALl\six nif,nth« <f §5
DAILY HKRaLD, thri-n months 8 BS
D 'LV HI.HA D. 01,e tnontu , f9
WKKKLY MiaLo, on i v-or J5 °
Wl- hKLY BH) vLPi, - x months 1 '9
WKrKLY HE ALD, thr-• months H
tLfil •■ R »Tl KKRAI [XV 80
Wellington < owl rr-< nt 'j^J
DlHiiiuiidM tv Mooter lim
A. H LAPHaM,
Chnrco*l, Kindling, and Fti"l nl all kinds.
Mill Fetid a vim. laity.
MS Noutti Broadway, i-lnl , L.,s Angeles, Cal.
D. G. PECK CO.,
14U N. MAIS ST., LOS ANUKLKS. f
—fc mbalming a Specialty »~ g
' KR.HE FHOM ANY TKU T.
Always upan, Telephone 01 j
MILL AND LUMBER CUMPANY
WHOLKSaLU AM) BKTaII.
Mainotnt*: Loa nNO:•.!,».>■•
Wholesale 'Yard at SAN PKDRO
Branch Yardß—Pomona. Pasadena, Lamanda
Asnsa, Burbank. Planing tiills—la>s Angela*
add Pomona. Cargoes iurnisnod to order.
i Painless Dentistry,
Fine Gold Filling ,
jrfWfjßßW- Crown and Bridge
tf. Work. 1
' i.i' : -'''l>:.*. All r-Kin
-39l fSajfr VBET TBfCTH, *S.OO.
; ' tow-os & Isons,
V\i £ Rooms 18 and 19,
"* * " **' 10? N. Spring at.
j "C. F. HSINZEMAISr;
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N Main , Los Angeles.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
n-Htut. m 22 tt
NI 7 OF THE MAI* BTBIET
U noviiigi Bank and Trus. tin , (or the six
mn .ihsr dlngjj ettnbrr SI. 1892. win be due
tind p yab non aud niter January .Oi 1M93, at
ttaefSUei, ."tie- e..i ~er nnmim . n term dt*
pesiis.aud Spercem pr -innm on oiillnary
deposits. JV. VV CHT--L, Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 2, lbßlt. 1-2 30t