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jfr, rthwegtern elevator, containing 100,
--000 bushels of wheat, the north side
scho. *' e'-'d 'he Hrent Northern depot,
hut Ik c flames in the latter were extin
guish". eaat »'*• of Broadway,
contain. ■* a '* r »)e riMnber of business
honses SD<l ,h e FefK*- liepnblican
office, bui «>ed.
cajgjjgj I- i.AMiih nM.i.r ojiwasd.
The flame, ' being at last across Broad
way, soon mt de short work of the two
blocko betweea the Mears and Citizens'
banks Just a "'He further west were
tbe three-story bt >«k Chapin block, tbe
four story Coltimtn * hotel and the big
brick Hag-man blnct occupied by K. M.
Rathworth, wholesale grocer. Three
quarters of an hour ft om the time the
Colombia hotel cangbt, nothing wm
standing but the walls. The big brick
Citizens' hank, for a long time re
sisted the flames but at last they crept
w*st of it and bnrned ElllotA's hotel,
stopping two ulocks west at the city
hall, which was gutted. The flames
then took a shoot north, towards the
Great Northern freight depot, burning
the new Methodist church on Robert
street, and a large nnmber of residences
and small stores.; Secret societies suf
ferred severely, all losing their halls,
with nearly all their property. Every
open space is tilled with avconfused col
lection of household gaods. buggies, mer
chandise, Ipgaf libraries, etc., hurriedly
carried there. A nnmber of people are
sleeping tonight on the bare ground hy
the side of all that is left of their per
sonal effects. The militia are on duty
nnd will'guard the property as much as
mUi KiorrriNfi the flames.
At midnight the firmer! are still work
ing hacd to stop the flames. Practically
one-half of Fargo is wiped out, only half
the business honses being left. A trestle
was bnrned on.the Great Northern so no
trains cavn pass. Firemen are now try
ing to extinguish the llnmes along the
line of the Northern Pacific, enough lo
allow the section crew to relay the rails
and let. trains through. Only one wire
could be workedthis evening. The h'argo
telegraph office is bnrned, and messages
have to be oent from Moorhead. Only
one btnk is saved—the First National.
Several fireman were injured by falling
bricks. No more fatalities are reported
FIRE IN SAN FRANCISCO.
A Lot of fine Itesfclanons Ritraef!--Bev
#>rnl JTlreiueu Killed.
San FKANdfico, June 7.—A disastrous
conflagration occurred here about 3 :.'!0
this morning, which destroyed 1)1 resi
dences in the Western Addition, near
the entrance to (iolden Cata park.
Three firemen perished in tbe flames,
w'hilo in tbe discharge of their duty ;
•neither watt fatally injured, end a num
ber bed'y bruised and burned. The
firetn »n who lost their lives were play
ing a Note on a burning building, when
without a moment's warning the ohiin
nev top vied over, borying them in the
debris. The names of the victims were:
Edward Davis, Charles Madison and
Richard Vt'indrnw. The families which
were burneil o<ut were all well-to-do. Tho
loss is eetiumbsd at $100,000.
The house on tho corner of f'age and
Lyon streets was occupied by M. B.
ttou mi tree and hie family; it waa valued
at $12,000. TI r» adjoining dwelling was
owned and oer-mpied by J. W. Htnedley.
The bnilding w te rerently purchased for
$0000 and it contained $7000 worth of
furniture. Nothing was saved. The
premises were iuwured for $0500. Mrs.
Vield'a dwellina, at the corner of Page
street; Theodore :\ t-itzler's, at 1830 Page;
Mrs. Laura Blnke 'c, nt 1228 Page, and
CaptaW' Hiram litems,** 1286 Page,
were totally destroyed, and so qnickly
nid the. flames spread that scarcely any
furniture or oiothiug was saved. The
buildings where the tire occurred were
sitoatiid on a hill. Ttve pressure of the
water was found to be only 10 pounds,
and tne fire department bad much diffi
culty in getting engines on the grounds.
Nova Scotia Blaze.
Thuro, N. fl., Jane 7. —The bnilding
known as the Convereariuin bnrned yes
terday, together with the adjoining
nremtees of Bigelow A Co. and Uunn A
Stack. Victoria hall,contal'ning the Sal
vation army barracks, and the Col
chester block, occupied by A. T.
Dalrymple as • clothing store, were
badly damaged. Several smaller places
also sustained losses by fire and water.
The Boston company which had an en
gagement in the eonverearium last all of
its effects, valued at $15,000. The total
lost is very heavy; insurance compara
Horn* Rule Debate.
London, Jnne 7.—There was a hot de
bate in the bouse of commons today on
•n amendment proposed by the opposi
tion to the Irish home rnle bill by in
serting among the questions which the
Irish parliament shall not have power to
deal with, that of the right to expel
aliens. Gladstone accepted the amend
ment and it was adopted after strong
protests by the Irish nationalists who
voted against it, bntby the Conservative
vote it prevailed. The clause was finally
modified, however, by making it read
"aliens, as inch."
Millers in Session.
Chicago, June 7.—The Millera nati
onal association met this evening with
sn attendance of delegates representing
28 Btates. Various reports were read
and the following officers elected: Presi
dent, C. P. Cole, Chester, 111; secretary
Frank Parry, Mrlwaokee; treasurer, 8.
U. beamaaas, Milwaukee.
Floods In Austria.
Vienna, June 7.—Floods continue to
cause great destruction in the province
of Bukowina. The river Ozeremosz yes
terday submerged Wischnitza. The
town had a popnlation of about 4000,
and many of these were drowned in the
flood, while scores of houses were de
A Distillery Seized.
San Josa, June 7.—(i. M. Jarvis' dis
tillery at Santa Clara was seized this
afternoon by revenue officials, together
with 10,000 gallons of port wine. Jarvis
has been distilling and selling brandy
for fortifying wine without authority.
Bering Sea Arblttatton.
Pabis, June 7.—Sir Richard Webster
concluded his addreeß before the Bering
sea tribunal today and C- Robinson of
the Canadian bar, followed him, also on
behalf of Great Britain.
Four Men Drowned.
Lyonhubad, Ont., June 7. —Last night
w boat loaded with telegraph poles was
swamped with 12 men on board. Four
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth its weigth in gold. My hair has
stopped falling and all dandruff has dis
appeared since I found skookum root hair
grower. Ask your drugguet about it.
Wall Faper at Cost,
closing out sale— Bokstroni & Btr&sburg, 307
KEEPING A WATCH ON BANKS
Compl roller ErkoJa Has His
Weather Wye Open.
He Thinks the BR? Onps in New
York and Chicago Are Hafe.
Senator Mauderaon's View* or the Finan
cial Situation—Congressmen Folloil
on Three Questioner V eater
day's Failure*. Etc.
By the AstccUtrd Pre**.
Wahiiinhtom, June 7. —Comptroller of
the Currency Eckels today said he had
been watching the New York and Chi
cago banks closely, because a break
there would be a serious thing, and
that he waa satisfied that the banks
were in a strong condition. As to Phil
adelphia the same thing was true.
Senator Manderson, president pro
tern, of the last senate, said today he
did not believe the present situation to
be nearly aa bad as it looked. "We
are," he said, "more heightened than
hurt. That is, there is not
foundntion for as much alarm
as is felt." Speaking of
the prospects of repealing' the 8-herman
'isw, lie said : "The Sherman law can
not be repealed hy the next congress
unless substituted by free coinage of
si lver in some form. They may put
iriore silver in the dollar, but free-coin
age will be insisted on as a condition to
the repeal of the Sherman law."
A Material PaMlll* Oil' In the Number
of Vail urea.
A .sin, and, Wis., June 7.—The bank of
Washburn, closed its door* this morning.
The offiissrselaim tbe suspension is only
te.mporavy, on account of the financial
Btrlngenoy, and will reopen in a few
days. It is a private institution with a
stated capital of $25,000; surplus, $12,
--000; deposits, about $40,000. A. 0.
Prober!, is president, and states the de
positors will Im paid in lull.
CaiCACHs, June 7. —The private bank
of 0. L, .NiehofTA Co. was placed in the
hands of the sheriff this evening on at
tachments sued out by a number of
depositors, who became alarmed for the
safety of their money- No atatment if)
obtainable tonigt it.
Wahhin<;ton, June 7.—The comptroller
has directed Dank Examiner E. T.. Wil
son to take charge of. the Citizens' Na
tional bank and* the Washington Na
tional bank of' Spokane, state of Wash
ington', which cloned their doors yeetsr
Nnw Ai.iiany, Did,, June 7.—The New
Albany Hanking company has sus
pended payment, as the resnlt of the
run on the New Bedford, Ind., bank
yesterday, both having substantially the
same stockholders. It is claimed the,
asßeta are $212,000; liabilities, $100,000.
W. L. Creyfogle, one of the principal!
stockholders in the bank, executed
a deed of trust of $868,000 for the bene
fit of the depositors of the two banks.
It is claimed the depositors will be paid
Two r.tisn Worth *--r — — *f*».
F.vkoo, N. D„ June 7.—Attachments:
were served at noon today on all tbe
elevators and other property of the
Northern Pacific eleveto* company in
North Dakota, on attach men to for $400,
--000 at, the instance of banks in Montreal,
Minneapolis and Daluth. There are 50
elevators belonging to thia company in
Wiisatlano, N. I)., Jnne 7.—The
Northern Pacific elevator was cloned to
day on an attachment for the Canadian
Bank of Commerce in Montreal, John
Henry Harrison, Al Harrison and Alfred
MrNiCKArDus. Minn., Jnne 7.—The ru
mor that the Northern Pacific and Red
River Valley Klevatnr companree are
temporarily embarrassed is conrrlrmed
by a statement from the general man
ager of the Northern Pacrfic Elevator
company that the corporation will
ask for the appointment of a re
ceiver. Thia means that tbe Red River
Valley company will do the same, as
the capital invested in each iB mostly
mutual. The capital stock of the North
ern Pwetfie ie $r>50,000, and that of the
tied River Valley company is $250,
--000. President Rupley of the
Northern Pacific will not be here
until tomorrow and no statement as to
the assets and liabilities can be made
until then. The emberrassment ie at
tributed to the prevailing uncertainty
and lack of confidence felt by banks.
Lumber Dealers Assign.
OmcAoo, June 7.—Joseph Rathbone
a Obs, dealers in lumber, made an as
signment this morning. Their assets
are scheduled at $600,000; liabilities at
$250,000. Inability to realize on com
mercial paper is given as the cause ol
He Uida't Bring It Ham*.
After the return of the drummer from
bis travels his young wife explored his
grip with an expectant face. Failing to
find that of which she was apparently in
search, sho turned to him and said:
"Where is tho jag?"
"The what?" he asked in astonishment.
"Tho jag. Mrs. Laces says her hus
band saw you in Chicago with a lovely
jag on. Whatever it is, you are not
wearing it, and it isnt in your grip.*
"Oh, thaf s all right. I left it at the
offlci'. By the way, I saw a handsome
spring hat in a milliner's shop down
town. If you care, wowill go down town
and you can look at it, and if you like it
yon can have it."—New York Press.
Calling It bf Its Bight Kmne.
"How shall I enter tho monoy the
cashirr skipped with?" asked the book
keeper. "Under profit and loss?" "No;
suppose you put it under running ex
Once lost, it is difficult to restore the
hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest
you become bald. Skookum root hair
grower stops falling hair. Sold by drug
London, June 7.— Dispatches from
Buenos Ayres state the Argentine cab
inet has resigned.
Kaeklen's Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in the world for cuts, bruises,
pores. ulcerß, salt rheum, fever 60r**s, tetter
chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no
say required. It Is gusr&nteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by C. K. Heinsemau,
'.">■' n Main street.
LOS ANGELES HERALD. THURSDAY MORNING, .TUNE 8.
THE DEAD TRAGEDIAN.
Booth'a Death Widely Lamented fu
Nkrw Yohk, June 7.—A1l the newspa
pers of London this morning contained
long obitnary notices noon Edwin Booth
His' death also canaed deep regret at
Berlin, where his Shakcsperean rendi
tion had been regarded with keen ad
Edwin Booth's body will be buried
Friday afternoon in Mt. Auburn ceme
tery, near Boston. KnneraJ services trill
be held in this city, at S*:3o a. m., in the
Church of the Transfiguration, "the
little church around the corner."
Bishop Cotter will officiate, assisted
by Dr. Houghton, paetor of the ehiirch,
aud Rev. C.W. Bispiiam of Washington,
D. C. The pall bearers will be Joseph
Jefferson, A. M. Palmer, Ed Judge, C.
I. Daly, Parke Goodwin, Eastma n John
son, Horace Howard, business manager,
and William Bispham, treasurer of the
Players' eitxb and 1 one of Booth's most
intimate friends. Tickets of admis
sion to the funeral services will be
issued. The chief mourners will be Mr.
and Mrs. Ignatius Grossman and their
two children, Mrs. William bispham,
Grossman's brother and sister and John
Henry Magonigle and wife.
Immediately- alter the servicci the
funeral cortege will move to the Grand
Central depot and" be placed on board
the train whi' h staets-for Boston at 11
o'clock. A cast of the dead mm's face
was made today. The body will be
buried in a massive plain oak casket
bearing this simple inscription on a sil
j EDWIN BOOTH.
j Born NnvniwnKit 13, 1833.
: Di»d June 7, 1893.
No flowers- will be taken to the church
or placed on the collin, except a wreath
of. laurel from Mrs. Grossman.
A plaster bust of Booth will be made
by the artist and scuLptor, AngUßt St.
Gaudana, from the cast taken this morn
ing, to be placed In the Players' club.
THE "FLY cOP'S" BLUNDER.
Il<> Cauuht tha Plelcuoaibct, Who Gave Him
Ho was jrjHt in from tbe wilds of tbe
"Umteenth" .ward, and" the "pull" hia
nldorman had witli tho cnlef had secured
hiß promotion to tho dignity of a central
The importance of his new position
weighed h»a,vily upon him,, and ho strug
gled bravely to uphold, it. The superior
ity of a fly cop- over ait ordinary patrol
man traveling his beat bttmed deeply m
hia brain, and he looked haughtily at
thoso erstwhile acquaintances who still
wear the blur coats and brass buttons.
One day the new man, with the unfor
tunate who had been tobtoff as hia part
ner, wore seat down to waaoh for pick
pockets on the State ulauen coble line.
Thorn wan little stMoeas until suddenly
the newly made fly cop grasped hia part
ner's arm. "There's a fellow I've had
my eye on for acme tiruo." ho eeid proud
ly, "and now I'm going to gut him. There,
he if. tho tall gmy with the soft hat."
Theexperiencea man looked and tuni led
oi lilly. "Jost aa w«H now as may other
time," he maxrmirw.l softly to himself.
Then he said, "I don't snfipoee you want
Fired wirJi visions of glory and tho
idea of rocking a angto handed capture,
takelum ur|ft . a f lßW,ered ' " No ' Biree . ™
Then hie partner walk'd around tho
corner wtnetivnc in a subdued tone and
mntsnvingiaiavisattiiri.ir. »hnn» "rVw>ls-he,vins
to take their nwdScine," although there
wasn't a doctor or Kick man iv sight.
Tho man from the Umteenth boarded
the car and flashed his star on. the con
ductor, who, of course, pulled tbo boll at
once. Then tbe ambition*, duiatOivo
walked up to the tall man and said: "I've
got you now. Come along with me."
The gentleman turned and said: "I
guess you've made a mistake,.my friend.
Yon don't know me."
"But I do, my boy, and that's the
trotibio. Come along with me. I'vobeen
looking out for you for tho last two
Thopenplein the car wore staring, and
a couple of men began looking for their
pocket book*. Then the tall man said:
"Well, you'd better take me to the
"That's just what I intend to da 1
wont ceil the wagon either."
He looked for his partner, but be was
not around. So much tho bettor—ho
alone wonltl get the credit for the arrest.
As tbey Wsfcji oarer toward the city
ball the patrolman on the corners salut
ed, and the Umteenth man was in tho
seventh heaven. Hie bravery was recog
nized. As they reached the door of the
central station tho officers looked up
from their game of "cinch" and saluted
with a "How are yon, chief?* Then they
looked at the capturer, and as tbey took
in the situation a roar of laughter burst
He looked around m amazement. Then
the tall man said: "Now, my man, I'm
much obliged for your company. I hope
you'll know mo the. next time. Here's
It read, "George W. Hubbard, Assist
ant Superintendent of Police."
Then the man from the Umteenth
wrote ont a request to be transferred
back to his beat on tho corner of West
Forty-eighth and One Hundred and
Fourth streets, and he is there.—Chicago
It ATM Soup or Jfothlng.
Since an unpleasant experience at a
hotel in a littlo town up in lowa a short
time ago I have made it a rule to always
take soap. At this hotel I answered in
the negative when asked hy the fair
waitress if I wonld "have soup." There
was no one else in the room at the time,
but pretty soon another gentleman came
in and sat down. He was asked the
usual question, and he responded in the
affirmative and got his soup. The girl
then left the dining room and did not
return. I thought it strange she did not
take my order for dinner, but my wait
was all in vain, and after I had been
waiting for 80 minutes or half an hour
she stuck her head out through two cup
board doors opening from the kitchen
and cried ont, "Dinner is over." I wont
without my dinner while tho other mw»
got his soup. From what I loarnod of
this hotel afterward this was tiie regu
lar menu for each day at dinner, and I
further learned that tho proprietor was
a vegetarian.—Cor. St. Louis Globe-
VigNVA, June 7.—A Servian politician,
Petrovich, was yesterday entioed into
the houee at Pozarevoc by political op
ponents and brutally murdered.
DR. FLOYD AND HIS FLAT IRON.
The Smooth Individnal in the
Toils at Stockton.
Hit Deed to tk» Patent Proved to Be
an OJoT Prospector rerlthes In the Dm
ert — A Bennies; Constable Acci
dentally Shut- Vacltlc Coast
Br the Associated pr,. s ,
fJrocsro.v, Cal., June 7.—Or. Floyd,
who was recently arrested in Los Angeles
for selling without authority ihe right to
handle a patent fiat iron, escaped by
producing a deed signed by the patentee.
He was brought up for examination here
today and the same "deed" was pro
duced, but District Attorney Netter
proved by Notary Meebach of San Fran
cisco that the prisoner represented to
!>ira that be was J. W. Wiebart, maker
of the deed, and he acknowledged the
execution el the instrument to E. Floyd.
The Placer county sheriff is here to take
Floyd there if be is discharged here, and
lie is also wanted in other places.
A SINGULAR ACCIDENT.
Constable Carpenter ef Banning Proba
bly Fatally Shot.
Ban Diboo, June 7. —Information was
received today of a probably fatal acci
dent which befell Constable H. M. Car
penter of Banning, on Sunday. With a
party oi friends he was out on the des
ert, when, in throwing a halter to
which was attached his revolver into
a boggy, the revolver was discharged,
the bevll entering Carpenter's right
breast and passing through bis lung.
Mo medical aid was at hand and he was
taken a distance of 2(> miles to a rail
road station and thence 18 miles to his
home in Banning, where he at present
lies In a precarious condition.
The Capital Removal Case.
Bacrajhsnto, J one 7. —In the case of
Livermoie vs. Waite, the capital removal
suit, before Judge Grant this morning,
plaintiff introduced as evidence tbe
journals of both houses containing the
proceedings of the passage of the consti
tutional amendment removing tbe seat
of government, which, it is claimed, is
Bhown to have been irregular. The at
torneys foT San Jose moved for a non
suit, which was denied. Tbe defendant
introduced in evidence the original con
stitutional amendment, which was ob
jected to by the Sacramento attorney on
the ground that tbe journals were the
best evidence. Judge Grant said that,
aith<MMh be was inclined to sustain the
objeeqpii, he would admit the evidence.
After this the attorneys began argument.
Wet or Dry?
Riverside, Jnne 7. —The question ol
prohibiting the sale of liquors in the
new county of Riverside was brought up
today before tho supervisors. Potitions
from ail over the county, signed hy
nearly 2000 persons, were presented.
Action was postponed one week. The
question ia creating much interest.
Is Life WortX Living?
room, ho waa looking (to discouraged anil
disconsolate th«t tho editor was con
strained to notice ft.
"Hello!" ho said. "What's wrong?
"No," replied the poot, tossing back
his inane, "but I'm in despair—utterly
hopeless. Life is a delusion, and I havo
wasted my existence in tho struggle for
The editor g.tve a sigh of relief.
"That's nothing," ho said. "Yon are
no worse off than I am."
"Have you been struggling aa I have
been?" asked tho poet, his face brighten
"No, I haven't, bnt I might as well.
I've beon strnggling for the attainable
and havent got it. Now, which of us is
"Huh," growled the millionaire, who
had overheard the conversation, "I've
beon struggling ail nay lifo for the n*
tamable and have got it How much
better off am I than either of you?"— D
etroit Fr,ee Press.
Calf s Foot Jelly For the Sick.
We have witnessed many changes of
opinion respooting some of the common
est articles of diet for the sick. The old
view that calf's foot jelly was of exceed
ing nutritive value was at one time so
controverted that tho jelly ceased to bo
much used. It ia now sanctioned as hav
ing a place in dietetics, and I believe it
may bo safely regarded as a temporary
form of nourishment of no inconsiderablo
value. —Popular Science Monthly.
Paul Kevere'e Great-grandson.
We have living here a great-grandson
of the immortal Revero in the person of
our venerable townsman, Charles Revere
Curtis, who is still hale and hearty un
der hia weight of fourscore years.—
Rockland (N. V.) Stenrlnrfl.
Bllranlates tide torpid livcv, strength.
*■■<■< he digestive vraratns. rosruloteatuo
bowels, and euro ustequaled as an
In malarial districts their virtues are
widely recognised, mu tbey pnnscsspec-
Hilar propertieslt»lrmins tbesysteira
from tlsat poison. JKleisnmly nnjfar
coated. Itoae srnia.ll. I'rice, UScttt.
Office, 140 to 1.44 Washington St,, N. V,
Every Good Kitchen.
Al every good housewife knows,
the difference between appetls
ing, delicious cooking and the
opposite kind is largely in deli
cate sauces and palatable gra
vies. Now, these require a
strong, delicately flavored stock,
and the best slock Is
Extract of Beef
Eaf leson & Co s
The Largest Stock of These
Goods West of Chicago.
EfflSl I CO.
112 South Spring Street,
Bet. First and Second.
Here's Your Chance
One Echo mare. In foal by McKlnney, 2:l2>s.
One mare by Inca, inloal by McKlnney, 9)97.
One mare by Romero, 3:10.
One mare by Dashwood.
Ooe mare by cilpßurtuger.
One two year-old rfily by Uosjilper, 2:2o'i.
One Illy by Woolsey, a brother to Hanoi,
One three year old filly Dy Alcazar. 2 :20, In
loal by McKlnney, 2tt2&.
One thoroughbred itallion by Rutherford, all
ready to race.
Also soinu colts and ftlliea by McKlnney and
These mar** are all oat of goad dams and are
good Individuals. These blooded animals will
be soldi heap, aa I desiro to dispose at all my
stock except McKlnney and Qoisfper.
Thtss.ock can he seen any morning at
6 8 Ml C. A. DUKFEK, Owner.
Delinquent Tax List
In l.os Augeles City.
No. Name and Description. Amount.
3500 Susie Hannamari, in Minne
haha drove tract, lot 0 $183
In Minnehaha drove tract, lot
11 , 1 OM
In Minnehaha drove tract, lot
42 a 10
No. Name and Description. Amount
t 11152 J. Miller, Childs' Heights, lot
1, blk a 81
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m, Before, by excessive use of After-
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to refund the money if a permanent cure is not
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5£ the VOSE fir 50N5 superior irj Torje, De- X
sio.r>, WorHrrjevDship, »p<J Durability. a
¥ Gardner&Zellner. 213 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 9
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MMft Dry Air Refrigerators,
IOCTHEKH CAHKORKia AGENT FOB
UHBKI Day ton Cornputiae Scale,
HHRf i Dk bulil Safy <S Lock Co.,
I N i tional Cash Register,.
413 N. Main St. Tel. 461.
t ajjJ, r. O B '..Mi STATION & S-10 3m
713 South Main Street, Los Angeles, California.
■•Skillful core increases longevity to the "In* lilously looatln* diseases through the.
world." I mi earnl excelltnt remedies ate great bless•
Kit-.-, to lha world."
For seven months! was treat* 1 by avo different do Hon, norn ol whom stated what my dls
ilmlia bands mid lace T>eb»m<; «w(umd.- iv-iW.-.M <™.- , k*i >■ ».tuj-,.»ui I h-n.m« ..ahalaAan
and wan obliged to b*vo my waier drawn Irom dftoeu lo twenty times a day. My Mends con
sldercd I would no. last many days. 1 ttten, ihraa months ago— cnmmeiioal traa lng with Or.
Wone Tho first do3S ol medicine coraplo e'.y raiUToa m ana since I nave not ™o5 6fnw «o
resort to aMUo'el means (or relieving my bladder. In ttva days I »»« able to dress and feed my
self; In teii days the sw Ding bad left mi and I could walk as w«U as for years before I now
welvh ss mnrh as I overdid.and fuel bfter than I have felt for fifteen years. I»• 70 years old
and feel ilptnp. Dr Wong says 1 was aillluted with one of ths fourtesn kinds of kldneydlseasts.
Mvers, Cal. August-H, 18»0. w - w - CHENEY.
Hundreds ot other teatlunuiais ore on file IB Ihedootor's offloe which he has received from
bis nuineroax A merlcan ps.tlelii% whom ho has oured from ail mannet of disease 1 .
Large and ooinmodious rooma ior tbe accommodation ol patients'. Consul
DR. LIEBIG & CO.,
fif 8a" FiaifiiM, K\tip, Kum City, Et&
LOS ANGELES OFFICES, 123 S. MAIN ST. ¥
OITOSITE 3KAND OPEKA HOUJE. |. M ottT, ,/" 3' »itt>
Nervous, Private and Chronic
Diseases of Men. iPS^
Our diagnosis gbeete and confidential bonk for men sent free on a pp
tion and are aa satisfactory aa a pereonal interview.
CURES GUARANTEED IN CURABLE CASES.
fciy-ALL BUSINESS SACREDLY CONFIDENTIAL.
\\ Main St, Tsgl.^
PAHI MM FOR SALE!
Containing 62 acres oi land, all in high state of cultivation: cottage
house, hard-finiobed, of seven room*, bath and kitchen, together witfe
email cottage of three rooma for laborers; about four acreß in bearing
Washington Navels; 5 acres EntfwH Walnuts; 5 acreß Winter Ap
ples; two artesian wella; about 3000 feet service pipe and hydrants.
First-class corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and cross-fenced.
Apply at once to _ _ _
114 N. Beaudry aye, s Los Angeles. Cal.