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NEWS NOTES.
Weather Bureau.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
February 19, 1893.
4:00 a. m.j
1:00 p. m |
! 49
81
n
N
W
Max. tern., 71: mln. tern., 42.
Rainfall past 24 hours, O 00.
Rainfall tor the season, 17.46.
Forecast.
Forecast 'or Southern California: Fair
Breather; stationary temperature; westerly
winds.
About 15,000 people vißited Westlake
park yesterday. The crowd was simply
enormous.
Dr. D. N. Mathia haa moved into his
new residence corner Fourteenth and
Santee streets.
The board of supervisors will meet
this morning in regular session, to
transact some important business.
W. Barlow showed the Herald yester
• fine sample of ripe raspberries, grown
on hia place this month at Yerdugo.
The free labor bureau is being very
liberally patronized; at least quite a
crowd of unemployed can be seen there
daily.
There is some talk of a new grand
jury being summoned to take up four or
live cases wbich the district attorney
desires to have looked into.
Today Receiver Trask will take charge
of the property of the cable railway, re
lieving Receiver Crank. Next Saturday
Receiver Crank is to make his final re
port.
The Rev. J. C. Fletcher's posponed
lecture on Through an Art City of Italy
will take place at the School of Art and
Design in connection with the Chamber
of Commerce on Thursday evening next,
at 7:30.
The list of applicants for poaitiona
under the incoming Democratic federal
administration continues to swell as the
4th of March draws near. A census
shows about 250 applicants for jobs who
reside in Los Angeles county.
The board of supervisors are still
studying over the question of how much
the aheriff shall be allowed for feeding
county prisoners. No decision haß been
reached yet, but the general opinion is
tbat 35 cents per day per mau is too
much.
It ia estimated that there are 15,000
strangers in the city. Thoae 15,000 vis
itors are stopping at the hotels, lodging
houses and rooming places. They pretty
well fill up all the space that is avail
able. One hotel in the city—the West
minster —haa 270 gueats.
After considerable nursing and ex
penae tbat would make some of the tax
payers weep, the lawn in tho court
house yard ia assuming shape. It looks
very nice, and ia certainly a beautiful
green carpet. About half a dozen men
are kept constantly at work wetting it
down.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Behymer gave a din
ner laet Saturday evening to Mr. John
Cook, Miaa Amot and the Swedish quar
tette of the Ole Olaon company. Mr.
Cook waa an old classmate of Mr. Behy
mer while at the Normal college in Illi
nois, afterwards going on to the Btage.
As the friends had not met for 10 years,
an interesting scene when they met waa
enacted. This is the firßt time Mr.
Cook has ever been west of the Rockies
and he, as well as the company, are all
delighted with the beautiful climate and
future greatness of Southern California.
The party was also driven to the inter-
SsAfaeg y>l«oee <»t the city yeeterday by
Mr. and Mrs. Behymer.
Oysterß 50 cents a dozen any atyle.
Hollenbeck Hotel cafe, 214 Second Bt.
PERSONAL.
Col. Walter S. Moore has not returned
to Loa Angeleß as yet, and no one has
heard anything about a legislative in
vestigation of the forestry commission
tbat he waa going to demand so soon
after his arrival at Sacramento.
P. H. Kean of Sacramento, the secre
tary of the senate Whittier investiga
tion committee, iB at tbe Hollenbeck.
He ia aleo secretary to the lieutenant
governor. Mr. Kean expreßßes himself
as much pleased with Los Angeles.
Manager H. C. Miner of New York
will, with his family, soon be in South
ern California, where his eon, H. C.
Miner, baa spent two winters ns the
gueat of Manager Harry Wyatt, who
will entertain the theatrical magnate
while here.
Ex-Governor St.flfchn, who hue hpen
in tbe northern paNR the atate making
temperance addressee, returns to Los
Angeles thiß week. Then he will pro
ceed east and not return to California
again until nextOctobor. The governor
has extenßive interests in Southern
California, which he baa purchased dur
ing his annual winter sojourn here.
For the laat five days the time of Sen
ator White has been taken up|a*ranging
his busineßs affairs and attending to im
portant caees in which he was attorney.
He found time to appear in court once
and settle up an important foreclosure
Buit. Thiß will be the last time the
Senator will be seen in a Los Angeles
county superior court in a long while.
Mr. Phil Stein passed through Los
Angeles yoaterday en route from Sacra
mento to Pomona. This energetic rus
tler has been un st the state cipital
pushing the, claims of the projected
county of San Antonio. He has by no
means given over his labors, but will
return to the fray. Tlie people of Po
mona have in Stein a man armed cap-a
pie for all corners.
World's Fair.
Are you going to the world's fair? If
80, settle now the all important prob
lem, where shall I stay and what will it
cost? For circular letter giving in
formation of special advantage to yon on
these points, call on or address A.
Phillips & Co., 138 South Spring street,
Los Angelee.
THE KEELEY CURE.
An Agent or the Famous Riverside In-
stltnte In Los Angel ea.
Mr. B. S. Hill, the agent of the River
side Keeley institute, ie in the city, and
is stopping at the Nadeau. Mr. Hill
will remain here for a week, and any
parties desiring information concerning
the Keeley treatment or its effect can
obtain it from him. -In fact, all deßired
information can be secured by calling
on or addressing him concerning this
famoue remedy for the alcohol, opium
and morphine habits.
R. 11. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 W. Second. Telephone 105.
Home Lee's Holiday Goods.
Chinese ami Japanese rurios, silk dress pat
terns; ladies' embroidered stilt handkerchief's
two for 25 cents. Manufactures ladies' under
wear and gents' furnishing gnodaL Also an ex
tensive line of new holiday goods at very low
prices. Please call and inspect our stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. No. 505 North
Mum street, near plaza.
Oncamonga Wine Agency.
We arc now prepared tn furnish families with
fine old Oucamonga wines and brandy; also
fine old northern dry wines. 818 North Main
•treet, Downey blonk. Telephone 520,
MEMORANDA.
Tbe quickest results are obtained by
advertising in the classified columns of
the Hkbald, on the sixth page. Situa
tions are offered daily: houses and
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 chances that afford
an income for a small investment; per
sonal notices : special notices; profes
sional cards ; announcements of money
to loan and money wanted, and much
beeides. Rates are 5 cents a line per
day, with low rates by the month.
Read the great announcement which
appears elsewhere of new varieties of
seeds which can be obtained free by
Herald subscribers. The seeds are the
very bast and newest of their several
kinds and comprise trees, vegetables
and forage plants. This offer will be
open for only a short time, and be
availed of only by mail subscribers. The
seeds are mailed postage free. Give
your order to your postmaster.
Free seeds.—Herald subscribers who
get tbeir papers by mail, either daily or
weekly, are entitled to a package con
taining nine varieties of choice garden,
tree and forage plant seeds. These
seeds are new of their several kinds,
and are believed to be the best ever
brought to Southern California. A
requirement is that a payment be made
in advance, and the seeds are only sent
when requested.
The young ladies of the First Con
gregational church will give a Lady
Washington tea on the evening of the
22d, and judging from the preparations
it will be an artistic and gustatory suc
cess. A choice literary and musical pro
gramme will be given by tbe Hesperian
club at 8 o'clock.
We are financially, morally and phys
ically able to figure your bills cheaper
than any other dealer in Southern Cali
fornia. Give us a trial. Willamette
Steam Mill, L. A M. Co., 204 South
Spring street.
The HrcKAi-ncanbe found in San Fran
cisco at the Palace and Occidental hotel
news stands; in Chicago at the pOßt
office newa stand; in Washington at
tbe Washington newa exchange; in
Denver at Hamilton & Kendrick'e.
The HiiitALD is the city official
paper of Los Angeles. All notices and
ordinances by the council and street
superintendent appear only in its col
umns. Property ownera should not fail
to read these noticeB.
Dr. Chas. de Szigothy ie now located
in tho Bryaon-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence, Baker block. Oflice hours, 11:30
to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap
pointment. Oflice tel. 1056; residence
tel. 1150.
Bluhderß you may make.
Blunders in the home life.
Blunders in the nation's life.
By Prof.. Riddel! at Y. M. O. A. hall.
Tuesday evening. Admission free.
The order of Railway Conductors will
give a grand ball at Armory ball Wed
nesday evening. Tickets $1. Excellent
music. Invitations can be had from
members or at the door.
Choice fruit land, best of soil and best
of water right, ie now being offered by
the Hemet Land company at $100 per
acre, including water. Apply at room
28, Baker block.
Go to the Tabor Carriage works on
West Fifth street, for buggiea, carriages
and Concord business wagons. We have
also in stock carriage robes, dusters and
whips.
Illich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main street. Everything new and first
clase. Private apartments. Freeh fish,
oysters and game daily. Open all night.
Wood cheap — mesquit delivered at
$9 50 by Tally & Merrimau, 222 San Pe
dro street; telephone, 1039.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
cento per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309.
For choice meats call at 13S North
Main street. Louis Streuber, successor
to Vickery & Hinds. Telephone IGO.
Dr. Price, M. R. C. V. S . veterinary
surgeon, California stables, 373 N. Main
Bt. Business punctually attended to.
Eefore you buy your lumber get figures
from Clark & Bryeon, wholesale and
retail lumber dealers, 1233 a West Second
etreet.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and sur
geon. Office and residence, 120 North
Main, new McD. block. Telephone 281.
Dr. K. D. Wine, office 142,' i North
Main street. Office hours from 8 to 10
a. m. and 2tosp. m. Telephone 34(3.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeans, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Orderß taken for every kind of fancy
work, hem-stitching, etc., at Woman's
Exchange, 223 South Broadway.
Dr. 0. Edgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel
Ramona, Third and Spring eta. Crown
and bridge work.
Dr. Schiffman, dentist, has removed
to 107,' a North Main St., Lichtenberger
block.
Bi-weekly service to Catalina island.
Inquire at 130 West Second street.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips biock, N. Spring st.
Fine watch repairing a specialty. Con
radi'a, Spring and Franklin. Reasonable.
Dr. Hollingeworth, reopened dental
office, 138JA South Spring st.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Broadway.
Campbell's Indian and Mexican goods
Bee ad.
Dr. Lindley, 331} 2 ' South Spring Bt.
See W. P. MclntOßh's ad., Bth page.
Pacific Coatt Gospel Union.
The family of the Pacific Gospel
union gathered at the Sunday free
breakfast tables yesterday morning num
bered 200 hungry and destitute people,
men, women and children, and there
was more than enough food to satisfy
tbem all. Mr. A. W. Hare conducted
the gospel meeting, which serves as a
deseert for the breaktaat, and which is
held in the hall above the breakfast
room. Mr. Hare took aa a basis for bis
address the parable of the rich man's
supper from the xiv chapter of St.
Luke, using the 18th verse, "And they
all with one consent, they straightway
began to make an excuse." In response
to the invitation six men rose for pray
ere, and three accepted Christ aa a
savior.
In tbe evening Major Hilton, the
superintendent, addressed a large au
dience in Gospel hall from Prov., 24 :S,
"A wise man ie strong, yet a man of
knowledge increaseth in strength." Ig
norance was vividly portrayed as the
source of weakness, and epiritual
strength to be gained from God and a
knowledge of his word. Tbe music,
which was especially attractive, consist
ed of solos by Miss Alice D. Außtermell
and Mrs. J. B. Brown and a duet by Mrs.
Brown and Mr. Hard.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1893.
SOME LOCAL BASEBALL TALK.
Gossip About the Teams Signed
for This Season.
A Few Old Favorites Retained, and
Some New Faces Ooniintr.
Players Slimed by the Northern Mag
nates to Chase the Pennant.
Doings of the Los Angeles
Amateur League,
The baßeball situation is rapidly as
suming definite shape, and it will not be
very long before the four teams of the
California league are made up and thor
oughly equipped lit the summer cam
paign. Io spite of the slowness with
which the preliminaries of circuit and
managers came to a focus, the later de
tails are now well in hand, nnd by the
first week in March all the teams will be
at work getting into condition.
The Loa Angeles manager's inside
pocket is not exactly bulging out with
contracts duly signed, but when the
wind toys with bis coata few bitsof gilt
edged paper can be seen. In the first
place he has secured R. J. Glenalvin'a
signature to a contract to cover second
base and wield a field marshal's baton
over the remainder of the local players.
There is little use in commenting upon
this selection. Glen plays baseball with
three sets of personal implements—
hands, feet and brains. As he is well
endowed by nature with these qualifica
tions, it goes without saying that hit
work on the diamond is of a superior or
der.
To cover a good portion of the out
field, and also make the opposing pitch
ers wish they had never learned the bus
iness, the name of Edgar Lytle haß been
secured. "Pap" played the last half of
the season of 1802 as an Angel, and cov
ered right-field in an acceptable manner.
It will also be remembered that be had
a habit of getting responsible figures iv
the "base-hit" column of hie score, and
it should also not be forgotten that hie
bat sent in the winning run in the last
championship game oi the season. Lytle
has been wintering here and has kept up
his daily practice.
The third bag will be held down attain
by the young Los Angeles protege, "Kid"
Huleu. Last year waa his first season
in professional company, and he acquit
ted himself so well that he became a
prime favorite. His ambition made
him take chances that an
older player, to build up hia record,
would not attempt, and aa a result the
Kid's record for the first half of the sea
son did not do him justice. During the
latter half of the year he improved in
judgment, and his record began to creep
up, until at the close he waa well up
among the leaders, if not at the lead of
the list in his position. He also haa not
allowed the fat to grow in waist places
this winter, but has kept himself in fine
condition by daily practice.
Captain Glenalvin ia now in Chicago
picking out the reat of hia team. It ie
an open secret that he intends to bring
Stanford and McCauley, if they are still
open for an engagement. The Examiner
oi last Saturday says Duke Finn has se
cured McCauley for hia Stockton team,
but there are excellent reasons why this
ia not so, among which might be men
tioned the fact that Finn haa not yet
signed anyone to cover the initial bag.
The Chronicle given the following aa
the make up ao far of the northern
teams:
San Francisco—Hank Spies, catcher;
J. Peck Sharp, first baae; George
O'Brien, second baae; Buck Ebright,
shortstop; Tom Magnlre, third baae; W.
L. Works, left field ; ltube Levy, center
•field ; Fred Carroll, right field.
Oaklands—Dickson, catcher; Griffiths,
Homer and Dewald, pitchers; O'Neill,
second baße; Irwin, third baae; Mc-
Quald, left field; Hernon, center field;
Hines, right field.
Stocktons—Kid Peeples, shortßtop;
Milt Whitehead, third base; Fred Rob
erts, left field; Danny Sweeney, center
field.
NOTES.
Frank March, one of the Pacific North
west league's umpires, is looking for a
position as umpire in the California
league. Popular Jim McDonald will
probably hold down one of the two jobs
again during the coming season,
Maguire, signed to play third base for
San Francisco, ia an experiment. He is
a native son,who has played with Vallejo
and other amateur organizations. He
iB 2'} years of age.
Five California Leaguers have been
enrolled »by Baltimore. Clarke of the
San Josee, Brown of the Oaklands,
Reitz of the iocal team, and Tredway
and McNabb, formerly of Los Angeles,
will be Been in the Monumental city
thia year.
Reitz had signed with the Mont
gomery, Ala., team, but his releaee was
purchased by the Oriole management.
Wadsworth, the old Oakland pitcher, is
also Bigned by Baltimore.
Pitteburg still has a string on Knell,
and be may have to go back east.
Little Jack Homer, the Oakland
twirler, was married to a young lady of
that city on Tuesday evening last.
Al Lawson, who pitched for Oakland
in 1801, recently arrived here on the
Monowai. He was witti Atlanta of
the Southern league lust year, but went
to England in July. From there he
went to Australia and has now arrived
here. He ie looking for an engagement.
Tredway of last season's Loa Angeles
team has signed with Baltimore. He is
the fourth California player who will
play with Baltimore next season, Bill
Brown, Bill Clark and Henry Reitz hav
ing already signed with that club.
ENDED IN A ROW.
Tbe game of baseball yesterday be
tween the Tufte-Lyon Arms Co. and the
Redondo nines at Athletic park termin
ated in a row. Tbe Redondo men be
came dissatisfied with a decision of the
umpire in the seventh inning, and re
won EN
of Pains
jSfcj' Aches and weaknesses,find
f vVt/y in CuTICURA Anti-Pain
/ \lsU I'laster the first and only
( *J instantaneous pain-killing
1 Aff / strengthening plaster. In
\ One Minute it relieves
acn i n g sides and back,
hip, kidney and uterine pains, strains and
weaknesses, rheumatic, sciatic, sharp and nerv
ous pains, coughs, colds and chest pains.
Odorous with balsam, spice and pine, it is
the sweetest as well as surest, safest and
best plaster in the world.
Pries: sjc; five, Sr.oo. At all dniggiits or by mail.
Pottos Diuo and Chsm. Coir., Boston.
Last Month
We sold on the Pacific Coast over 70,000 cans of
Cleveland's baking powder, that means Cleveland's
baking powder has tens of thousands of friends where
a year ago it was hardly known, and to-day no baking
powder is growing so rapidly in public favor.
This has been done not by attacking others in the same
business or by publishing scurrilous notices in the newspapers
at so much a line or by mere advertising (for competitors have
*pent money lavishly in advertising against us), but by the true
merit and value of the article itself.
We believe that our present business is simply
an earnest of good things to come, for every thrifty
housewife who once uses Cleveland's baking powder ia
sure to keep on using it, and sooner or later will recom
mend it to her friends.
Cleveland Baking Powder Co., New York.
P. S. In using Cleveland's baking powder, be sure to remember that it is
stronger than others and less of it is required for the same baking. For Ihe best
results, a rounded teaspoonful. does as much as a heaping teaspoonful of others.
tired from the field. The game was
then awarded to the Tufts-Lyon Arms
Co. by the score of 9 to 0. The score
waa 4to 3 in favor of the Tufts-Lyon
Arms 00. people at the time of the fuss.
Both pitchers were hit freely, while at
portions of the game they were very
effective. Early was rather wild in
throwing to bases. A feature of the
game was a running catch of a foul ball
in the second inning by Long, the third
baseman. Things were progressing
smoothly until tbe Redondos went to the
bat in the seventh inning. The first man
was retired. Then Tyler hit for
three bases. The coachers and the bal
ance of the nine yelled to him to run on
home. He started, but eeeing the ball
was in the diamond, turned to regain
third base. Rockwell caught the ball
and threw it to Long, who touched
Tyler before he was safe. The umpire
called him out. At this the Redondos
and the bleachers hooted, and Tyler was
told to hold the base. He scored soon
after. Another man was put out, thus
retiring the side. The Redondos refused
to play if Tyler was called out, and upon
the umpire refusing to change his orig
inal decision the captain of the visitors
ordered his men from the field. The
game was then awarded to the local
men.
As Umpire Farrell was leaving the
grounds Jameß M. Sutton, the manager
of the Redondo team, stepped up and
indulged in some disgraceful remarks.
He first told Mr. Farrell that the de
cision was the rankest ever made. Mr.
Farrell remarked tbat he had done hia
duty in making the decision, and did
not care to exchange any words about
it. Sutton then gave vent to some in
sulting remarks, and told Farrell that if
he did not keep quiet he (the speaker)
would throw him over the fence. The
affair terminated without any exchange
of blows.
The teams played as follows:
Tufts-I.yon. Redondo.
Rockwell C Eaily
Colby p Tyler
LeKud \b Cleveland
Mctirath 2b Wilson
Long 3b Wooley
Miller ■. ■ Braudt
White 1. f Moore
McAleer 0. f Clauser
llartley r. f MUe»
THE OTHER GAME.
The other game of the so-called Ama
teur Baseball league of Southern Cali
fornia, between the Jacoby Bros.' and
the Boyle Heights Stars resulted in a
defeat of the latter by a score of 7 to 5,
The score was as follows:
Jacoby llros. Boyle H. S.
Grotsluger Catcher Chapman
Tapnor Pitcher Kut«
(iuerclo First b*se Bland
Bprecher Second base Penelon
Hart Third base Rogers
Smith Shortstop Cummlngs
Robsrts Center field Sepulveda
Vau Horn Left field Chapman
ttevenson Right field Ansyln
18846 6 7 8 9
Jacohv Bros 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 2 0-7
Boyle' Heights 8.. .2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 I—s
PRETTY FACES
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Homely Faces
Softened Into Great
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OLD FACES
Made young again by LA FRECKLA.
La Freckla Ih tbe greatest, the most wonder fu
and the only cure In existence for freckles,
LA FKKCKLA is the latest sensation among
physicians and chemists. Discovered by Mme.
Yale and used by her until her beauty became
so wonderful that those who knew her before
became afraid of her great and bewitching
beamy. Mmc, Yale at the age of 40 looked 18.
Her complexion is so beautiful one has to go
close to see she is a living being. Mme. Yale
has placed La Freckla on the market. The
women of the world may have the benefit of
her secret and become as beautiful as this love
ly Queen of Beauty. Send 6 cents in stamps
and Mme. Yale will send you free of charge
her famous Beauty Book she has written to in
struct women how to become beautiful.
LA ' i X I.A will be shipped you upon re
ceipt of price, or jou may get it from jour
druggist. Mine Yale's book instructs young
girls how to win a husband, and married ladleß
how to retain their husbands' affections, and
women oi all ages how to be beautiful.
Price of La Freckla.
$i PER BOTTLE.
For sale by all first-class druggints.
Address all orders and letters, MME. M.
YALK, Beauty and Complexion Specialist.
MME. M. YALE'S
TEMPLE OF BEAUTY,
140 STATE STK X XT, CHIUAOO, I L 1.., or
37 WJSBT 14TH ST., N. V.
«BTABLIBHBD 1886.
ntJ Pfll I IMC OPTHALMIG OPTICIAN,
UA. uULLIno With the Los Angeles Optical
Institute, 125 Sonth Spring street, Los Angeles
Eyes examined free. Artificial eyes inserted.
Lenseß ground to order on premises. Occulists'
prescriptions correctly filled. 0-8 Cm
L. WILHELM, F ' o flT
I.X.L. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
826 8. Main St., bet. Eighth and Ninth,
Telephone 297, Los Angeles
Good rigs, gentle horses and reliable drivers.
Prices reasonable. Special attention to horses
boarded hy the day, week or month. Horses to
let by the day, week or mouth. Brick stables,
Are proof. 9-9 tf
tM.D.
GODFREY,
W. FIRST ST.
FINE
Tailor.
DISEASES OF MEN.
DOCTOR
WHITE'S
PRIVATE DISPENSARY,
126 North Main Street, Kew ( SisEs3i bk
The moit successful Private Disease docto;
iv the State. Gonorrhea. Gleet. Stricture,
Seminal Weakness, Nervous Debility.
Syphilis, Mkln aua Kidney diseases and
Sexual Weakness suceesslully treated. Mcd
lelnei prepared in private laboratory, Both
sexes consult ln confidence. Dr. White ha»
no hired tubatltutos. You see the doctor only
Dr White la the only specialist in the BUtt
who exclusively treats private, nervous and
chronic diseases. Cures guaranteed in all
curable cases. Don't waste time with patent
medicines. If you have any sexual trouole
consult Dr. White. Scientific treatment.
Reasonable charges.
n* /CAMPBELL'S
irM&FI I ALIFORNIA
VJURIOS!
K'f4 New Lot of Indian Bas
kets From Tulare.
ffWk 3 Bottle-Neck Baskets
£ fijisjiS only bouse ln the city that
catrleß a large stoolt of
lodiaa blaiikots, Pottery aad Fare Relics.
Also a hirr stock of Mexican Zarapes. Onyx, Rag
Figurts, Feather Cards and Gua
dalajara Pottery.
OPALS. PBECIOUS STONES AND JEWELRY.
IWBELL'S nURIOSITY QTORB,
Y_ No. 325 U fl. Spring.
notice: i
I herewith beg to inform the public,
and my patrons especially, of the sale
and transfer of the old and well- known
butcher business, formerly Vickery &
Hinds, No. 138 North Main street, to
MR. LOUIS STREUBER,
atone time, and for many years, a trust
ed employe of the old firm, and I trust
that my old patrons will continue their
patronage to him as formerly to me
Thanking my patrons and the public
for past favors, I remain respectfully
yours, M. L. STARIN,
Administrator of estate of J. C. Vickery,
successor to Vickery & Hinds. 2-18 7t
" MEDICAL DEPARTMENT,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
The preliminary COURBB OF LECTURES in
the medical department of the University of
California will begin Wednesday, March Ist, at
I) a m., at the College Building, Stockton St.,
near Chestnut, Ban Francisco.
R.A. MCLEAN, M. D., Dean,
003 Merchant St., cor. Montgomery,
2-13 121 San Franelsco.
Baker Iron Works
9SO TO 966 BUENA VISTA ST.,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Adjoining fh- ™«rit]n grounds, Tel-
C. E. DAY & CO.'S
-51 SPECIALS X-
CiQAAA—I7T< ACRES IS EAST SAN OA- 0"0»>r-— LOT NEAR FIRST-STREET CABLE:
rr*£iHFtM>Fief; small cnsh pHyment, low in- nr.)—tl BUS per niontlj.
terest. Adjoining land held at $200 per acre.
fifcHMVl"" rITf "CE LOTS COVERED WITH
20 ACRES, WITH WATER, NEAR lyW fruit trees; ono block from clculrlo
epZOUU Fullerton; set to figs 3 years; half ruHj -
LOCATED LOTS ON TUB
©•'AAA-20 acres, HIGHLY IMPROVED; '* 1,1 ' UUi Bte3 *l feet.
SS, etc ° r " nBCS a " d rr * pe * i good ho " st '' £»«>r.An-i i '"R A PHYSICIAN-NICE HOUSE,
naru.etc. esOpW barn; fruit, Bower*, hedges, etc.;
Anelocation, together with a nract ire which
WTTY P AY REST WHEN YOU CAN ~„. .. , iKk \ Vu "a , s re' the OUgh in
"111 buy a nice cottago, built to order, vestlganon.
In nearly any location, and sold on easy terms? .
CillUVl~ ON ' INSTALLMENTS, NICE FOl'R
uiQAA—5-ROOM HOUSE, WELL BUILT; LOT ®IUW rootn house 8 blocks from plain;
rFOUU 50x220; house cost $1600. j largo fruit trees; t;uod location. This is close in,
C. E. DAY 6c CO.,
I2i South Broadway, Los Angeles, Ca
—■ W ■ H ~ " I'll! —"i—
W. P. M'INTOSH,
Estate Agent,
144 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
HAS FOR SALE: :
The choicest 10 and 20 acre tracts of orange 4Ai acres on Cypress avenne, Redlands, ad
land at Redlands on 10 years' time; only 10 Joining the elegaut resldeuc-. of Isaac Foid,
per cent, cash down aud no further payment with :Usorange trees in bearing; housy worth
lor 10 years; only G\i per cent. Interest; only 1 $2500: all for $(,000; only oue-thlrd cash, bal
mile from the postofuce. Price, $300 per acre, ance long time at IJJ4 per cent, net interest,
including water piped to each tract. 40 acres adjoining the beautiful Moutone
Orange land aud oranKe trees at Mentone, nurseries, with pressure water and necessary
$260 to $350 per acre: from to L,, miles flrst-ola«s budded orange trees to plant same,
from both railroad depots. Terms, one-third $12,500.
cash, balance ln 5 years at 8 per cent por an- 10)4 acres at Mentone, adloining the Ice fac
num. Tory, with about,one-third planted to 2-year-old
Every tree guaranteed to live or bo replaced buds; two-story house, pressure water; only
at expense of company. Have experienced $5800,
orbnardists to plant aud care for land for ab- 160 acres 1 mile from Grafton station, (10
sent owne'sat $1.75 per acre a month until lv acres of which Is flno orange land, wltb line
bearing. No bud plauted less than i! 4 feet spring on upper portion, for (lit! per acre,
tall. The orchards at Mentone have never j Also 10-acre orange groves, plauted ono year,
been injured by frost, wind or fruit pests. Irom $320 to $400 per acre.
A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS. ■ NURSERY FOR SALE.
,„„ . „ , . „ , 10 acres iv oranges nnd nursery of 70,000
120 acres, perfectly-level, l\i miles from cen- budded orance and lemon trees, all from 3to 5
ter of Redlands, with over 17 miner s Inches SaKl ta n, the best location aud flnost nursery at
of BearValieywater.wlthUoOOtlrst-clnssWash- Mentone. All trees.grown without any »h/ltcr
Ington navel Mange trees to plant. Only $310 ever t em. Price, $20,000. Will accept V. of
per acre, or $250 without tho trees. Will sell price in trees at $1 each. The orchard witnemt
half at same rate. the nnrserv is worth half of the price.
10 acres, all prepared for trees and necessary A lso business and residence lots in Meulone,
trees to plant, $270 per acre; only 1% miles w ) lC re lots havo advanced more than 20 per
from postothce. cent, in past 30 days on account of tho cheap
10 acres, all in bearing, only W mile from , )owct f or manufacturing and the pure water
Crafton station, $6000; % cash, balance long aD d d;v climate.
time. Thiß price Is 40 per cent, less than its cm property sold and money loaned,
present value. Apply to
W. P. McINTOSH, 144 S. Main Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL. l-25-eod-2m
' 35 Hp
i. i Tno rili '' ° f tho kieblg World Dispensary ar.')
2lKm?^rvMtß i; Iheoulv Burgeon*! 3n Angeles performing
tin-latest opevatini:3 required (or a radical euro
P'Htrictnr'L-, Hydroce'o, Varicocele, Plleß, Fla
* tulft aad Rectal diseases, Kye, Htir, Nosy,
ffi- Throat aud Lungs, diseases of the Digestive Or-
S ana » an( * dlueasefi cf worn ju and children.
" 1 1 01 * c '^ fascs °'' c Nose, Throat and Imp
iialatitMi cf utomized liquids ami powders. hji-
** ' 'Z&i m< ''^ a tarrh and irritation of the
AND DEFORMITIES.
Appltnmes to- Ruotnre, Curvature of tha
Spine, Cluo Foot, and all deformities, mauu
— ' lacturea by our own instrument maker.
» w T Nervous Debility, Sexnal Woakness, Lossol Power, Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis,
nil L* M Spermatorrhoea and all unnatnrai dlsuharges of either sex treated with anfail-
IVI I IM lng success. Confidential book and bottle of aorman Invlgorator given free to
111 A I prove ite merit; sure cure for spocial private and nervous troubles.
All our phyrlclaus constantlyln) Address nn I|CD!fl I Pfl 123 8. MAIN 6T
attendance from » a.m. ToM p.m. I (In confidence) Ufl. LICDIU fit UU., LOS ANGELES,
HIGHLY IMPROVED
PAlfi FARM Fl SHE!
i
Containing 62 acres of land, all in high state of cultivation; cottage
house, hard-finished, of seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with
small cottage of three rooms for laborers ; about four acres in bearing
Washington Navels; 5 acres English Walnuts; 6 acres Winter Ap- .
pies; two artesian wellB; about 3000 feet service pipe aud hydrants.
First-class corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and cross-fenced.
Apply at once to
JOHN DOLLAND,
glotf 114 N. Reaurlrv avf> Try; a^o^w
DR. PRITCHAhLS
Rectal, Female and Chronic Diseases
1 Such as Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Constips
tion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Prostration, Jnsom-
p nia, Insanity, Paralysis, Rheumatism,
f Skint Diseases, etc., etc.,
TREATED BY AN ENTIRE NEW METHOD.
% Send for book (free) which will explain fully how Chronic
diseases cf all kinds are readily relieved and cured.
Discuses CURED in from two to four weeks,
Call on or address
MWy W. c. pritchard, m. d..
V' ; ijJH'V r SS Spring st., Lcs Angeles.
Ofßr» Honrs, ia to A p m Telephone ISO,
CAESAR & CO.,
INOEFENUENT
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBftLMERS
OPEN DAY AND NIOHT,
C3O South Spring st . I,os Angelos. i
Telepbono 1029.
Tho Standard-liredMtulllon,
DICK RICHMOND,
17,840, Race Record, 2:23,
Will stnnd for public service the season of
1893 at our farm, Los Nietos. Cal.
Terms: $30 cash, or approved note, nt timo
of service. All mares bred by the seabon, with
usual return privilege. All mares at owner's
risk, as we will not be responsible for accidents
or escapes. Good pasturage, or fed hay if de-
Bired, at ieatouablc terms.
d-wl-12iu SANCHEZ BROS., Ownora.
D. G. PECK CO.,
UNDERTAKERS
140 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
—3f Embalming a Specialty j£—
FREE FROM ANY TRUST.
Always Open. Telephone 61.
WELLINGTON COAL COAL
Diamonds iv Winter Time.
A. H. LAPHAM,
DXULEB IS •
COAL, WOOD, HAY and GRAIN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Charcoal, Kindling and Fuel of all kinds.
Mill Feed a Specialty.
843 B. Broadway. 2-10 3m Lob Angeles, Cal.
AUCTION!
Thursday, Feb. 23,10 A.M,
AT
426 428 & South Sprint? Street.
The Kntlre Contents of a O-Itoom House, Ro»
moved to Our Stole for ■ tonveuleti' o of
Bale. Also a Big Consignment of
Lace Curtis and Portiers.
Sale Positive and Without Reserve.
MATLOCK & REED,
AUCTIONEERS.
BUIDOB WOKR. DENTIST
. **' ftrMK* Wo*
.;. $ Teeth filled and ex
' 'tradedwithoutpalo
BIST OF IKiITH, 87 TO 1110.
DR. L. EL. FORD,
Late with tho Chicago College of Dontal
burgery,
118 S. Spring St., Los Angolos
Houra 8 a.m to 5;30 p.ra.
,f!sF""Consultatlou froo 0-28 dm
MRS. A. MENDEimAIiT
Hairdressing aad Maiiieure Parlor^
107 North Spring street, room 23
Bchumnchor nlock.
ghaEnr-.olaK tlono at reiideccos 11 dashta*.

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