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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES.
Large Progressive Whist Party
grange County Horticulturist Com
missioners Meet at Santa Ana.
Downey Items — Pomona Happenings.
Shipping Arrivals and Departures.
Mews Matters at Santa
Pasadena, Feb. 23.—The members of
the M. E. choir, under the direction of
Professor Cole, gave a very enjoyable
old folks' concert at the tabernacle this
evening. The following most original
and unique programme was rendered:
TE FIRST rAKTK,
, Auld Lang Syne—All ye menne and wimmen
1 linger!. . .
| Striae the Cymbal—Ye quire, afflifted by
Miftreff I'laillin and Squire rhtppou.
The Friendl ol My Youth—Aunt Charlotte
Night'l Bhadef—Ye quire, helped by lour
A Worldlio Song—Experience Farnfworth,
i affifted hy four menno alugerf.
, Sherburne, Majefty—Ye quire.
! Solomon'! Song (Chapter 2d)—By all ye
menne and wimmen.
YE CARTE SECOND.
Harkl Apollo!— All ye menue and wimmen
A Worldlio Piece—On 24 stringf.
! Within a Mile of Edlnboro Town-Jerufha
; Ann Piper.
I Singers' Maroh—Many singerf.
Tho New Church Organ—Aunt Polly Kuffen
College Song—Schule boyf.
A German Song (as sung by Father Kemp'f
troop)— All ye company.
1 A number of ladies and gentlemen
assembled in the spacious parlors of
. Hotel Green last evening to enjoy the
Eopular game, progressive whist. _ The
otel management was assisted in en
tertaining by Mrs. Ellen B. Farr. As
the party was given in commemoration
of Washington's birthday, the decora
tions, prizes, etc., wore of a patriotic
character, the national colore being
used extensively. A number of hand
some prizes were awarded the fortunate
Refreshments of ice cream, bonbons,
etc., were served during the course of
The prize winners were as follows:
Head prizes, Mrs. Conover, Mrs. Vande
voort, Mr. Byrnes aud Mr. Groenen
dyke; progiessive prizes, Mrs. Bangs,
Mrs. Stewart, Mr. Bolles and Mr. Fair
banks; booby prizes, Mrs. Claypool,
Mrs. Lyman Mr. Stewart and Mr. Jones.
Those present were: Mrs. Farr, Mr.
and Mre. Colin Stewart, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred. Lyman, Mr. Medill, Mrs. Griffin,
Colonel and Mrs. G. G. Green, Miss
Green, Dr. F. F. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs.
O. G. Gove, Mra. Harding, Miss God
frey, Mrß. Winßlow, Mr. G. E. Prosser,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lyman, Mr. Dennis
Dean, Mrs. Bangs, Mr. E. Groenendyke,
Mrs. Conover, Mr. Vagen, Mrs. Gleaßon,
Mr. and Mrs. Vandevort, Mr. and Mrs.
Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Claypool, Mr.
and Mrs. Gamble, Mr. Jones, Mr.
Byrnes, Mrs. Bolles, Mr. and Mrs. Gale,
Mrs. Brown, Mr. St. John, Mr. and Mra.
Moody, Mrs. Ray, Mrs. Dougherty, Mr.
A large number of Pasadenans took in
tbe Maccabee excursion around the kite
shaped track yesterday.
_ ,Two vags corraled by Deputy Conata-
Justice Lawrence this morning.
The friends of W. L. Vail will be
pleased to learn that the case brought
against him for violation of the postal
laws has been dismissed.
Richard & Pringle'a minstrels played
to a fair house this evening.
A lot of new machihery for the Pasa
dena and Mt. Wilson Railroad company
arrived last evening, and will at once be
placed in position.
Mr. Atterbury addressed a most inter
ested audience at the Presbyterian
church on tbe missionary work.
The case of the five vags charged with
highway robbery came up before Justice
Merriam this morning, and the crowd
was released on motion of Deputy DhV
trict Attorney TTtley, for lack of evi
The dinner given by the ladies of the
Baptist church in Williams hall today
proved a decided success, the ladies add
ing a handsome sum to the church
The auction sale of the Pasadena Im
provement company at Altadena yes
terday wae well attended. The personal
property only was sold, tha Bale of real
estate being postponed to Satuiday,
Mr. C. V. Bailsman of Rlpon, Wis., a
friend of Mr. Herbert Halt, arrived in
the city today, with the intention of
locating in Southern California.
The guests of the Carlton were very
pleasantly entertained last evening with
a short musical programme, followed by
dancing. Those assisting were Mrs.
Neilson, Mies Miller, Mrs. Bateman,
Professor Kyle and Mies Coleman.
The ladies' central committee of tbe
Yonng Men's Christian association will
hold an important business meeting on
Friday afternoon, at 2:30, in the read,
ing room. A lull attendance of ladies is
The tenth annual district convention
of the Young Men'B Christian associa
tion of Southern California will be held
at Pomona, March 10th, 11th, 12th. Re
duced rates of fare on the California
Southern and Southern Pacific railroads.
Asaociation workers and friends are
asked to be present. For information
and general arrangements address Geo.
Taylor, secretary district convention,
Pasadena office of the HERALD, No, 10 West
Colorado slreet. Advertisements and subscrip
ST. NICHOLAS, half block from terminus of
the Los Angeles, Pasadena and Glendale rail
way. Rate* $S to .$7 per week. Miss I. Mc-
MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDING STA
BLE, rear of poslofllee. Safe and stylish turn
outs at reasonable prices. Telephone &(>.
COOK A ECKOZA, general blacksmlthing,
No. 15 Union street.
G. S. MAYHEW, real estate broker, 20'<: West
Colorado street. Loans and investments.
M'DONABD, BROOKS & CO., real estate,
loans and bouses for rent. Bargains in houses
and ranches. 7 East Colorado slreet.
ARTHUR H PALMER, D. D. s. Dental rooms,
Eldridge building, Pasadena.
HOTEL GREEN Electric lights, st eam heat
ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod
■ THK PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and
Washington; tirst-claas family hotel.
LOS ANGELES HOTEL, cor. Colorado street
and Delaneey avenue; transients, (11 and•l.so
per day; tirst-closs. P. Klein, proprietor
KERCKHOFF-CUZNER Mill and Lumber Co .
Cor. Broadway and Kansas street.
San Diego T.and Office
And Bureau of information; San Diego and
Los Angeles excursion olliee (L. A. and R. D.
Steamship Co.), ('apt. Alphonso B. Smith, gen
eral manager, olliee. 121 8, Broadway, Brauoh
Office, Strong i Arms of Han Diego.
Buggy robes and horse blankets at Foy's old
reliable saddlery house, Sl5 N. Los Angelea at
No wa and Personal Notes from That
Pomona, Feb. 23. —The closing hours
ot the eventide of George Washing
ton's birthday saw some 200
people assembled in McComas's hall,
last evening, in response to invitations
sent out by Court Pomona 39, Inde
The evening's programme was begun
in an opening ods by the order, followed
by a prayer by Mr. Martin.
Au address upon the object and work
ings of the order was made in a brief,
clear and forcible manner, by Court
The recitation of Miss Inez Ralph, a
tale of life's burdens, was delivered in a
manner appropriate to tbe piece.
Miss Mary O Neil recited a pathetic
and tender tale; end a comic reading
came next by J. A. McArthurs.
It fell upon Mrs. Charles Clark, wife
of High Chief Ranger Clark, to render
one of the sweetest songs imaginable.
Happy Days is a beau.iful air, a song
one wishes to hear again and again,
Mrß. Clark graciously responded to the
warm applause in tbe rendition of the
beautiful nightingale song.
In Mrs. M. B. Wright's instru.cental
solo, Babbling Spring, it was an easy
matter for the imagination to supply
the Bound of rippling water, babbling
along over the pebbles of come stream.
Mr. Salle in an inimitable manner
recited the story of Castor's valor. Mr.
Salle, by his perfect ease and seemingly
illimitable powers, had in store a treat
for his bearers.
Miss Laura Heath, a promising young
pianist, gave a sample of her execution.
Messrs. Mt: Arthur and Ray sang Good
bye, Dear Old Step Stone, Good-bye, in
Mr. Huie's perfect execution on the
mandolin was a drawing card and re
ceived repeated encores.
A fine supper and a most enjoyable
dance concluded the evening's enter
Miss Jessie Padgham and mother were
in Los Angeles yesterday.
MiBS Lulu Snooks waa a passenger to
the city yeaterday.
Mias Bell Bryant, who has bsen suffer
ing so long with typhoid pneumonia,
died Tuesday night. This is the second
death that has occurred in Mr. Bryant's
family during the paßt 10 days. Both of
his daughters were members of the
Hope of Pomona lodge.
Miss Bertha Adams, who has been in
the People's store in Los Angeles dur
ing the past year, but formerly of Po
mona, died last night at the home of
H. Miller, on Second street. Miss
Adams was well known to a great many
The subject of the sermon at the Uni
versalist church on next Friday even
ing, will be If Uriverealiam Is True,
What Is the Use of Preaching It? t
The world's fair quartette will sing at
the M. E. church on next Friday night,
under the auspices oi the Epworth
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Ar
ganbright, who reside at the corner of
Pearl street and Garey avenue, died this
morning. The baby had been suffering
The new high school building was in
spected yesterday; it is one of two build
ings recently completed at a cost eacb oi
$13,000. The building was greatly ad
mired, and a feeling of pride stirred all
tbat we poßseßS two such eplendid houses
of learning and the corresponding conve
niences and modern appliances and
A party of Good Templars wended
,' r-- VTi tk Pomona Hn- : «« *■>«
early hours of the morning and boarded
a Santa Fe train for Pasadena, where
they were to visit the Lob Angeles Col
lege district lodge, Among the happy
crowd were Misses EmmaTruesdale. Ida
Shutt, Marjorie Cunningham, Hilder
brand and Rainey ; Messrs. Bert Shutt,
John Hansler, Bert Merrice and George
A party of friends and neighbors of
Mr. and Mrs. William Shutt gave them
a surprise party Tueslay evening.
The meny friends of Mrs. Katherlne
Casey will be pleased to hear that she
has received the appointment of man
ager in the art exhibit woman's depart
ment in the California Building at the
Chicago World's Fair. Mies Casey will
leave about April first for Chicago.
Many Improvements Under Way and
Santa Monica, Feb. 23.—The country
in every direction is a Beries oi mag
nificent panoramic viewa, the fields of
waving grasses and wild flowers makicg
glad the beauteous scene.
At the new mammoth wharf I found
the structure extending nearly 4500 feet
seaward, with a width of 130 feet and
the pile drivers keeping everlastingly at
it adding to its already splendid dimen
sions. The present plans are to stop
work for the season when they reach
5000 feet, and to add on the additional
1303 feet in the autumn.
Messrs. H. E. Huntington and W. H.
Mills, of the Southern Pacific, vißited us
lately ond intend to return shortly.
They bring with them the plans, etc.,
for the extensive beautifying of the town
heretofore mentioned in the Herald.
They bring with them the positive assur
ance of many great improvements that
their company intend to inaugurate
here, and |which when completed will
make the seaside town tho earthly para
dise beside the sea that nature intended
it should be. It is a happy coincidence
for tbe town that the great corporation
aud Jones & Baker have begun in er
nest the development of the place.
Everywhere I found the yards in front
of the rose-embowered homes still
further beautified by additional plants
and shrubbery, while Third street,
which before made a creditable buaineaß
appearance, ia completely transformed.
H. A. Winslow haa altered the front of
the Rad store, giving him two fine show
windows. Mr. Byron L. Steere, who
has inherited the Steere blocks on Third
Btreet, from his uncle, haa had them
thoroughly overhauled and fixed up in
auperb style, Mr. Tidball having charge
of the decorations, which aro unrivaled
The opera house building Mr. Steere
has had painted white, and Mr. A
Mooser, his tenant, has dubbed it the
white houße. The opera houae and store
below are being repaired and decorated
throughout, with matchless show win
dowß. Mr. Mooeer has now a store the
equal of any and superior to many.
Mr. Steere has also givjn proper at
BUSI'ECTED BY COMI'AKATIVEI.V FKW.—Things
that embody the moat truth aro frequently
among tne last to bo realized. Incredible as 1)
may seem oue in four bavß a weak or diseased
heart, the early symptoms of which are, xhorl
breath, oppression, faiht and hunery spells,
flattering, paiu in loft side, smothering. »wol
leu ankles, dropsy, wind iv stomach, ore. Lev.
Logan, Buohanan, Mich, suffered from hear:
disease 30 years. Two bottles of Dr. Mites'
Heart cure cured him. "The effects of you
New Heart Cure is wonderful."—Mrs. Eva
Dresser, McGregor, la, This favorite remedy
is aoln by C. H. Haute, 177 North Spring, on a
guarantee. Get the doctor's book, New and
atartliug Fact, free.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1893.
if you wish jlpollinaris
Beware of the poor substitutes sometimes
offered, especially when ordering by the glass,
as spurious waters are served from bottles without any
labels or with labels resembling the genuine ones;
however, when ordering by the bottle
YOU CAN LOOK AT THE CORK,
which, if genuine, is branded with the name of The
Apollinaris Company, Limited, and the words "Apollinaria
Brunnen" around an anchor.
tention to the I. O. O. F. block, which
adjoins the opera house, and has made
this property the equal of any.
The Keller block, which ie completed
and partially occupied, is the finest block
in town by long odds, being 50 feet wide
by 150 deep. The ground floor is divided
into six stores, four of them occupied,
by Messrs. W. T. Gillis, the druggißt, J.
B. Folsom, O. G. Tullis and E. E. Ban
ackman. The two npper storieß are su
perbly arranged for hotel purposes,
which it is the intention of the progress
ive propriator to rent them for. The
building iB lighted by gas, generated ex
pressly for the block. Architecturally
aa well as mechanically tbe building is
complete in every detail, and would be
a credit to any city in any clime.
The store of Mr. W. T. Gillis deserves
especial mention, it being one of the
finest drug establishments on the coast,
and for beauty of fixtures,exquisite har
mony of decorations, etc., and magnifi
cent display, it has no superiors on the
coast, and very few equals. The entrance
being at tbe corner, with snperb glass
windows on both thoroughfares, gives
one a perfect view of the beautiful drug
palace before entering.
Among the business improvements
which will take place at Santa Monica in
tbe near future will be the building of a
soda and mineral water factory, which
will be situated on Third street, adjacent
to Mr. Hull's furniture warerooms. The
machinery, which will be of the latest
and most approved character, has been
ordered of the Tufts Manufacturing com
pany of Boston, and is expected to arrive
about tbe middle of March. Mr. C. F.
Sbader, tbe gentleman whose pUBh and
pluck are planting the firat manufactory
at the city by the sea, is also building
an ice house with 25 tons capacity, in
tending to keep constantly on hand at
least two carloads of ice.
Another party is talking strongly
about building a glass manufactory.
Fred Hanniman will erect a fish can
ning establishment at the canon, and
several parties are figuring on building
an electric light plant.
An A. O. U. W. Open Meeting—Local
Downey, Feb. 23.—Grand Foreman
Booth, of the Order of A. O. U. W.,
visited Silver Star lodge 84 of this place
officially yesterday. The doors were
thrown open and friends of the order
were made welcome and listened to a
lecture, interspersed with songs and
short addresses by members of the
Supervisor Hay was in our oity on
Saturday. He had been to examine the
new 30 foot span bridge, which the late
rise in the river had washed out on Old
river. This branch of tht San Gabriel
has now taken all the wattr, and it be
hooves Downey and the people on the
west side of the river to give ihe water
a clear passage to the ocean, or some
rainy day we may have to take water to
get on higher ground.
Mr. W. D. Pope leaves tomorrow for
San Francisco to take a steamer Satur
day for his home in Burlingtong Vt. He
has been here almost a year, and part oi
the time in bad health. He viaited
Palm springs, San Diego county, and
came back in fine spirits and health.
His business recalls him home, and he
returns regreting to leave thiß health
Rev. Mr. Rhoda of San Francisco is
holding a series of meetings at the
Preßbyterian church, Rivera, every
evening this week.
Mr. Charles Rogers was driving a
team yesterday when one of the horses,
being young and unbroken, ran away,
throwing Rogers out and injuring him
badly. Late yesterday evening he was
conscious, but only a few moments at a
We hear a slignt whispsr about a can
nery floating around. The first man
who means business will be fortunate
to secure this locality, where buildings,
track and everything are in readiness.
Jimmy Brenner iB back in Downey,
after an absence of a month or bo, look
natural and as lively a. of yore.
J. W. Smith has returned, after an
extended visit in various places in Korn
The Finley Conviction — Marriage A
Santa Ana, Feb. 23.—1 a an item sent
to the Herald yesterday we stated that
8. H. Finley had been found guilty of
assault. The fact iB, however, that S. H.
Finley is one of our beat citizens, the
county surveyor, end a gentleman uni
versally respected and very popular, as
was evidenced in the laat election by the
handsome vote he received. It waa S.
J. Finley who was the bad man thnt
used hia little gun and got into trouble.
MARRIAGE A FAILURE.
Another one of tbe cases where mar
riage has proven a failure ia now being
tried before the superior court of thia
county. It ia a divorce case of Brenot
vp. Brenot. a well-to-do couple of thia
county. There are five other divorce
cases on the calendar of the court of this
county, ao, several days will be passed
with closed doors this years.
HE WAS LUCKY.
S. J. Finley can thank hia stars and a
kind hearted jury that he escaped a
term behind the prison bars in San
Qnentin. The charge for which he has
tieen twice tried was an assault to mur
der; for it will be remembered that he
shot old man Moulin in the arm in this
city last fall. The jury brought in a
We desire to Bay to our citizens that for years
we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills,
iiiickleus Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters,
and have never handled remedies that sell aa
well, or that have given such universal satis
-I'ictiou. We do not hesitate to guarantee them
c eery time, aud we stand ready to refund th**
[inrchase price if satlsfat tory results do not fol
low their use. Those remedies have won their
irreat popularity puroly on their merits. Sold
by 0. F. Heinzemuu, druggist aud ohemis:, 222
North Main atreet,
verdict of simple assault, a much lighter
crime than the one charged against the
deiendant; s oit is safe to bay he will be
simply fined. He will receive hia sen
tence on the lat day of March.
The Orange county horticultural com
rniseioners met in this city today, all tbe
members being present, with Chairman
Hamilton presiding. The minutes of
the previous meeting were read and ap
proved. The reports of the commission
era of the several districts were heard
The board deplored the action taken
by the supervisors in failing to purchase
tents for the fumigation of oraoge trees,
and said that they were absolutely
necessary. It was proposed that the
board be petitioned to purchase tenta,
to be paid for by the rental received
from the use of them, but no action waß
taken on the matter.
On motion the meeting day was
changed to the last Friday of each
month, at 9:30 a.m., after which the
THE CITY ELECTION.
On the second Monday in April a gen
eral city election will be held in thiß
city, for the election of truatees, to suc
ceed H. Neilland A. Goodwin; two mem
bers of the board of education, to suc
ceed I. E. Marks and C. A. Ball; a city
marshal to succeed Joe Nichols, a treas
urer to succeed R. Chilton, and a re
corder to succeed H. Matthews. The
incumbents have all been faithful offi
cers, and the affairs of tbe city have
been ably managed. Much importance
attaches to the election, and it is to be
hoped that voters will look well into the
respective merits of tbe candidates,
F. W. Sanborn, formerly district attor
ney oi this county, was united in mar
riage yesterday to Miss Minnie Bowers,
formerly a resident of this city, but re
cently of Los Angeles, in St. Paul's
church of this city, Rev. Dr. Bugbee per
forming the ceremony in the presence
of a few friends. The newly-married
couple, after spending a few days in
the Angel city, will leave for Denver,
where tbey will hereafter reside.
The directors of the Orange County
World's Fair association will met Satur
day, February 25th, at 10 a. m., at the
office of the secretary, in the First Na
tional bank building.
The Orange county world's fair ex
hibit, which was thrown opon for pub
lic inspection yesterday, is attracting
unusual attention at present and was
visited by a larger number of people to
day than yesterda. The exhibit is open
daily from 9 a. m. till 5 p. m.
The eocial given by the Junior En
deavor society oi the Christian church,
last night, was well attended and highly
enjoyed by all who were in attendance.
Robert Dull, one of Santa Ana's well
known young men, is making prepara
tions to go to Phusnix, Ariz., next week.
A rabbit bunt will beheld un the Ala
mitos ranch next Saturday.
A Large Catch of Fish—Shipping Arri -
vala and Departures.
Redondo Beach, Feb. 23.—Eight fioh
ing emacka came in at noon today, all
well loaded down with fine halibut.
The aggregate weight of fiah reached
2500 pounds. The bulk of the catch wae
forwarded at 3 p. m. today by the Santa
Fe»to Loa Angelee.
The first two shipments of abalone
shells, made by Hall & Trudel, pc r tbe
Santa Rosa and Eureka, during the
present month, destined for the New
York market, passed inspection at San
Francisco without the loss of a pound
being thrown out ac worthless.
A promissory note for $50, made by
O.K. Mania payable to the order of
Wm. Banning, was picked up in the
Casino, on Sunday the 19th instant, by
Tbe steamship Corona, Captain Hall,
from the south, reached port at 12:30
p. m. today, landing several tons of pro
duce from San Diego. She got away for
the north at 1:15 p. m., having shipped
from Redondo 11 tons of merchandise
and 47 passengers for northern ports.
The steamer Bonita. Captain Green,
will arrive this p. in. with a large freight
for delivery at thie port.
A lumber schooner, supposed to be
the Humboldt Bay, with redwood lum
ber for Clark & Bryson, has anchored
this p. m. in the offing.
The bark Highland Home lies at
anchor just outside the wharf awaiting
tbe customs and quarantine officials.
H. J. Nichols, representing the Pacific
Savings society of San Francisco, has
in contemplation the establishing of a
branch Mutual Savings bank in Re
Mr. 11. B, Smith, representing the
commission merchants, Rodriguez,
Moroney & Howard of Los Angeles, was
among the business arrivals in our burg
Mr. Chas. Jenkins, chief clerk at the
Hollenbeck, with Mrß. Jenkins, were
guests at Hotel Redondo today.
Judge Chumeeero of Helena, who,
with hie family, have been guests at
the Redondo for the past month, had a
Bevere attack of pneumonia about a
week ago, said to have been induced by
exposure in the stieets cars while in Los
Angeles, died very eaddenly at about
A TiiniLLiNfi Ixpekikncb —There li no one
but at some period lv life has an experience
that standi, out prominent y beyond all others.
Such is the case of John B. Collins of Romeo,
Mich., who says: "From Hoptember to Jan
uary, before using; Nervine, 1 had atleaßt7s
convnlsions. After three montbs' use I have no
moie attacks. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine
also cures nervous prostration, headache, poor
memory, dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia,
etc , and builds up the bndy. Mrs. J R Mliter
of Valparaiso, Ind., and J. R. Taylor of LogauK
port, Ind., eacb gained UO pounds of fit sh by
taking it. Sold bj C. H. Hance, 177 North
Rpring, on a guarantee. Get the doctor's book,
California Vinegar Works,
555 Banning street, opposite Boap factory,
near Alameda and First streets, one-half block
from electric light works.
W. L. DOUCI^S
S3 SHOE HoTWrp.
Boat Call Shoo In the world tor tho prioe.
W. L. DOUglasahoea are sold everywhere.
Hvorybody übcnld wear them. It la a doty
yon owe yourself to get tht; beat value loi
your money. Economize lv your footwear by
purohaalng W. L. DouglasShcos.whloh
repreaont the beat value at the prlcem ad
▼ertlaed above, aa thousands can taatlry.
jjg- Take No Substitute.
Bewnm of fraud. None genuine without W L.
Do-.iKlan name and price stamped on bottom, look
tor It when you buy.
W. L. Douglas. Brockton. Mass. Bold by
L_. W. GCDI N,
104 North Spring street.
DR. E. C. WJttarS NKRVE AND BR tIM
TREATMENT, a specific for Hysteria, Dizzi
ness, Fits, Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Kros
iration caused by alcohol or tobacco, Wakeful
ness, Mental Depression, Softening of Brain,
causing Insanity, misery, decay, dca'n, Prema
ture Old Age. Barrenness, Loss of Power in
cither sex, Impo oncy, Leucorrhcea and all
Frnnale Weaknesses, Involuntary Looses, Sper
matorrhoea caused by over exertion of brain,
Self-abuse Over Indulgence. A month's treat
ment, $1, 6 for by mail. We guarantee six
boxes toenre. Each order for 0 boxes, withs>
will send written guarantee to refund it not
curel. Guarantee Issued oulyby A. A. TRUE,
druggist, sole agent, corner Third and Main
streets, Los Angeles, Cal.
A new and Complete Treatment, hiiimn.ing of
Suppositories, vintment In Capsules, also In
Box nd Pills; a Positive Cure for External,
Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic,
Recent or Hereditary Piles Thiß remedy whs
never been known to fail. $1 per box,6 for!?;};
sent by mull. Why suffer from this terrible
disease when a written guarantee 's positively
given with 6 boxes to refund the money if not
cured. Send stamp for fre* sample, Guarantee
issued by A. A TRUE, druggist, corner of Third
and Main streets, Los Angeles, Cal.
TO THE UNFOPtTUNATE.
s — GIBBON'S
Jlllg 623 Kearney St.,
h-'-"\ L-:&i^J* f 'l Coner of Commercial,
•"vw Sen Francisco, tal Es-
Ni Ij, it- lied in 1-04. (<»r
Weakness, Impotency and Loßt Manhood per
manently cured. The nick and afflicted should
not faii to call upon Dim. Tho Doctor has trav
eled extensively in Europe and inspected thor
oughly iho various hospitals there, cbtalnlng
a great deal of valuable information, which hell
competent to iv part to those in need of his ser*
vices. Tho Doctor cures where otheis fail.
Tiyhlm. D':. GIS3ON will make no charge
unlaw he * fleet* a cure. Perrons at a distance
CURED AT HOME. All communications
strictly confidential. AU letters answered In
plain envelopes, Call or write. Address
DR. J. F. GIBBON,
Box 1957. j-an Francisco, CaL
Mention Lob Anxeles Herald. 12-17 lv
Ti}B Gelfibratsd t renci) Un,
. w »v Ia Bold ov x
Lifk*' 1 ?* POSITIVE
« SST GUARANTEE fe) m
vfc .\ j to euro any form / o j?
JZ/ Of nervous cjiaean jf
or any disorder ol V—
.AkSilt/ the generative or-
gaps of either tag. Jf**f£y' >
v whether arising;/ '.f./i&'tfs
BEFORE useof Stimulants, AFTEF
Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful lndlao"
(lon, over Indulgence, Ac , such as Loss of lirain
J'owcr, Wakefulness, Pearingdown Pains in tin
track, a cr.iinal Weakness,ll)/ fc-ria, Nervous Pros,
tratlon, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhofa, Dlx
»lne.*i, Weak Memory, Lost, of Power and Imno-
Sency, which i [ uegleV tod often lead to premature
?)d aro and insanity. Trice »1.00 a bni, c uaxel
(or Jj.op. Kent hy moll on receipt of price"
A WRITTEN OUARAMVBK In given ff
every «r,.uu order received, to refund themone* <t
a Permanent cure i* not effected. Wo hava
thouaancteof testimonials from old aud youngs
of bothsatves,whohava been permanently curel
hj tbeuveofAphroditlno. Circular free. Addreni
TKE APHRO MEDICINE CO,
H. M. BALK a SON, Druggista, LosAngelcs, Cal.
MJ& * TaEGEfirimOTFRIEWL 4^^
. Onr pgBFECTION avnlXQI! trm »ith tierj t»«.u,
■ CLKAN, Pop. uot BTIIN. Plil.Vf.NTa BTRICTrKK,
Oor„a UONOKHHQIA an.l OI.RKT ln Oyw to Fona liftys.
AIJUICK tniKK Meucnrtil'trsAor WIIITKS.
Boirib-nn ORtrooisrs. a*att4,b. .dawsftaf Ji.rcv
«*!.—>•"• k\m:: 'ifti'-" r.' ?«h!?>
H. M. Sale <Si Sou, 220 South Spring St.
UK. JfIRDAN * CO »
Jt GiIEAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMi
1051 Market St., Sun Francisco.
I v. (between 6th aud ~Vi Sts.)
I vljl Co and learn how wonderfully
t\. s ' L "' !cness diseases. Museum
VVk 11 w cn^ai "o with thousindsof new
\\ ft objects. Admission 25 cts,
I'rlvato Offlce, 211 Geary St. Dlseaset t>t
men: stricture, loss of aiauhood. diseases of the
Ikin an A kidneys quickly oured without iht
nseoj mercury. Treatmeut, persoually t ; *>*
•tter. Send for book
LOST MANHOOD rHSSi
rured by IXDAIMMhc ffreat Hindoo Hemedy. S.iiil
with wrlittii itnaraptoe t>rcur«. Saropt* MM frf«. \ ■■
Orleutul MimlUul Co.. 6S rijuciulh fUe«, Chlcugo, 111.
MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY
WHOLBSALK AND BKTAIL
lain Offloe: L<OS ANGELES.
Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda
tsusa, Burbank. Planing Mills— Loa Angeles
Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order.
Diamonds in Winter Time.
A. H._ LAPHAM,
COAL, and GRAIN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Charcoal, Kindling and Fuel of all kinds.
Mill Feed a Hpeclalty.
343 S. Broadway. 219 3m Los Angeles, Cal.
I. T. MAFPrTfT
; 1 ri . Matting and
t ' Stoves.
»Viar~Prices low for cash, or will s .11 on tn>
tallments. Tel. 984. P. O. box 921.
451 SOUTH SPRING! ST.
FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL. REPORT
n in life mm o,
OFFICE: 346 AND 348 BROA.DWAY, NEW YORK.
JANUARY 1, 1893.
This is the only Company holding an Official Certificate of Examination of
recent date from the State Insurance Department. The Assets, Accounts, aad
Surplus to policy holders save been certified to under the seal of the State by tha
Real Estate $12,531,016 75
Stocks and Bonds 86,680,177 51
lionds and Mortgages 24 236.7 6 01
Loans secured by collaterals 3,916,000 00
Premium Loans 1,006,850 03
Oaah in Office and in Banka and Trust Companies 4,201,2-3 68
Interest and Renu due and accrued 971,810 14
Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiuma 8,865,275 37
Total Assets $137,499,198 99
Reserve, or value of outstanding policies $119,075,888 00
Other liabilities 1.618,36 a 89
Total Liabilities 55120,694,250 69
Surplus helng the same amount which will be shown to be
' tbo Company's Surplus by the annual report of
the New York state Insurance department as of „.„ . ntn
December 31,1892 $16,804,948 10
Total Premium Inoome $26,040,113 98
Inteiest, lleuts, eto 5,896.476 90
Total Income $30,936,590 83
Losses paid $ 7,896,589 29
Endowments r a id 1,114,30199
Annu.ties Div deuds. Surrender Values, eto 4,984,121 Oi
Total paid policy holders $13,995,012 33
Commissions 4,178,316 00
Agrncy Expenses, Physicians' Fees, Advertising and Printing — 1,851.246 18
axes, Salaries, and other e»pen6es 1,629.715 65
Total Disbursements .....3. .. 1,654,290 76
Number oi Policies Issued during 1892, 68,259. New Insurance. 5173,005,0T0
Total number of Policies ln force Jauuary 1,1893, ast4,ooB. Amount at jtlsk, *68»,843,629.
NOTE AS TO STATEMENT.
The abov ■ statement correspondsln all reap 'Cts with the official report of the Company, aa lt
will be Tuiblishcd by the State i nsurance Department. No asseti not acceptable under the law ot
the State, or the regulations of fhe Department, aro included, aud the SURPLUS ($16,804,
-948 IO) IB THE EXACT BUM THAT WILL BE SHOWN BY THE SUPEKINTINDINT'B AN*
JOHN A. M'CALL, President.
HENRY TUCK, Vice President.
A. G. HA WES, Manager for Pacific Coast,
10l Sansome St., San Francieoo.
2-i4 2m CHAS. A. M'LANE, Cashier.
Vs4b- The atalloi the Liebig World Dispensary are
* > ■ M the only aurgoo-ja ln Los Angeles performing
•■ the latest operations required for a radical otire
jJth Wl'iif <• • of Stricture, Hydrocele, Varloocele, Piles, Ms-
waaawiK^SKSv > tula and Rectal diseases, «ye, Ear, Noes,
,*: r >jV. V i ' Throat and Lungs, diseases of the Digestive Or
t, . »»ns,«nd diseases of woman aad children.
Chrnnic Diseases of the Nose, Throat and lop
»uctfcssfully treated by compressed air and In-
Ks^S^'ie/>lv'- r '' ' t*J v ■IflHaWfiw halation of atomized liquids and powders. Im
£' f?,l, V!fißHffiH| mediate relief lor Catarrh and Irritation o! the
El AND DEFORMITIES.
UUt UUm UmBSmBUUU' dßpUaooii ior Rupture. Curvature of tho
Spine, Cluo Foot, and all deformities, mann-
fac'.ured by our own instrument maker.
■ | PIT Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness, Loss of Power, Gloat, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis,
HA Li L\l Spermatorrhoaa aud all uunaturai disoharges of either sex treated with unfall
1111 3 lv lng success. Confidential book and bottle of Serman Invigorator given free to
ltll_l\ prove its merit; sure oure for special private and nervous troubles.
Alt our physicians constantly in j Address nn I lEßlfl 1 frt 123 S. MAIN BT
attendance from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. I (In confidence) DR. LILDIU 0. OU., LOS ANOXLXB.
PAYING FARM FOR Sill!
Containing 62 acred of land, all in high state of cultivation; cottage
house, hard-finiehed, of seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with
small cottage of three rooma for laborers; about four acres in bearing
Washington Navels; 5 acres English Walnuts ; 5 acres Winter Ap
fles; two artesian wells; about 3000 feet service pipe and hydrants,
irst-class corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and cross-fenced.
Apply at once to
8 . 10 . tl 114 N. Beaudry aye.. Los Angeles. Cal.
DR, HONG SOL
317 S. Broadway, Los Angfeles, Oal.
Dr. HongSoi has cured over 2509 people who were afflicted with nearly every form of the
various diseases the human form i* hair to Fully 9ft per cent of those cast)S were made of
wrecks that cou d not find relief in iho other svntem of medicine as nraeticed. There are over
3000 kln-Isof mediuJno (all horbs and roots and uavk) which he imports direct BJid which hava
been used in China 1090 to 5500 years.
DEAR. REA.DER3: I have been troubled a good many years *rith honrt, stomach, bowel and
kidney disease, which made life seem unpleasant to me. I heard of the wonderful herbaist,ML
nOK<; SOf. who is located at 317 South Broadway. I mane up my mind to try his medicines,
which I did; now I can willingly say tha I am cured of all of my distressing complaints 1
efieerlully recommend all who are troublod w Hi thu same complaincs by which I nave been
alllicted, to give Dr. Hong tfoi a fair trial and he will cure you. MRS C, M. WALTERS,
November 21. 1032 Blame Btreet. Los Angeles, Cal.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 1 have been sick for nearly two years by suffering with
groat p&ins in the back, head, coughing and weakness, and unable to get out irom bed for soma
time. About three wesks ago, havt; ir called ou Dr. Hong dot for n >nsultalion, who pronounced
that 1 was Hllheteu with kidney - and hint* troubles. Ho Insured me by locating how aud
where it pains me; aud also explained how and wlieu I cough tbe most, etc. At once I begin to
try his medicine, which 1 found ir to be a grea, help to me. I had taken his medicine for three
weeks and now lam woll. This Is lo certify that Dr. Hong Boi has cured me of my sinkness, and
1 am cheerfully recommending him to the putilio. M R3. M.J, TEMPLE,
Dated March 3,1802. 330 Winston «treet, Los Angeles, Cal.
For two months I »uffered with pain In the bladder. Three doctors treated me, each one glv*
lng a different cause for tbe trouble, but doing me no good. Took Dr. Hong Hoi's medicines foi
two weeks and was entirely relieved of all pain. H. H. MOKE,
Los Angeles, January 14, lb'J3. G55 South Olive street.
For three years 1 was a sufferer with rheumatism and kidney troubles and was unable to
walk. I was very much bloated and suffered ezcrueiatlug pains. Five doctors have treated ma
and failed to benefit mo. They have given me up as incurable. A was recommended to Dr.
Hong -ii for treatment. lam glad I had went to him, He cured me In two weeks' time.
Dated September 14, 189 J. WILLIAM GOBLE,
9 ir ASuti mos 101 V* First street, Oakland House.
GLASS & LONG,
Blank 800 l Manufacturers
AND 6ENEBAL BOOKBINDSRS.
K. W. Cor. Temple and New High Sta
12-7 Telephone 535. in
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Eto.
117, 110 ana 121 South Lxn Angeles Streak