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Eeportof observations taken at I.oa Angeles,
6:00» m 20 01
B.00 p. m. S0.M
M I ««
OH I 07
Maximum temperature, 70
Minimum temperature, 83.
/oracsat for Southern Oellfornl*: Fair
weathoj slightly wanner; north to west win <
The Oyclone Baseball club defeated
the Knrakas hy a4to 2 score. The win
ners will go to Whittier Saturday after
Summer hats, all the latest styles,
Juflt received. See them. They Bre
beantles. At Desmond's, 141 South
Undelivered telegrams at the office of
the Western Union Telegraph company,
corner Court and Main streets, June 7,
1893, for Fimil Waterman, Mias Katie
Sims, Arizona Charlie.
Sixty-nine Terminal railroad cars were
sidetracked at Hell's station last week
loading potatoes. The crop of the great
Irish staple is heavy in that section this
year, and the market is fairly good.
A. Mohr, the manager of Hale's dry
goods store, at Third and Spring streets,
is exceedingly happy on account of n
new arrival at hii residence. It is a
little girl, and mother and babo are
Mr. Clarence A. Miller, the well
known attorney, left yesterday for nn
extended trip through the east. He will
visit his old home at Baton, On which
is near Cincinnati. He will also attend
the worldVfair and other places of in
terest throughout the east.
Last evening a very enjoyable enter
tainment was given at Unity church hy
Mr. James 0. Sullivan and a nnmber of
local artißts. Among those participat
ing were Herbert Smith, I'rof. John
McCullough, Miss llannnh Itfea arid
several others. The attendance was
quite large and tho audience was in
every sense appreciative,
Acacia chapter, Order of the Kaslern
Star, in conjunction with Pasadena
chapter, will enjoy a basket picnic nt
Venlugo Park next Saturday, All ar
rangements have been made by the
committee having the afluir in charge to
insure success, and all members of tho
order who can do so should improve the
opporfnnity to en joy the social outing.
The board of lady mmiagcrs of the
Woman's Flower Festival home on
Fourth near Main street, held their an
nual meeting yesterday. The present
officers ol the society were all re-elected.
A report of the condition of the heme
was read. IDe society was now out of
debt and ✓had a balance to its credit.
Tho home is fn a fl' urishing condition
and is well conducted.
The Democratic city central committee
did not bold their proposed meeticg last
night on account of the hall at 115...
North Main atreet being leased already
by the American Legion of Honor.
Another reason was the absence of
Councilman Pessell. who left for Chicago
yesterday with his family. An informal
meeting was held with J. Marion Brooks
in the chair, at wh'.ch it was determined
to postpone the proceeding until the
first Wednesday in July, when all coun
men will be enabled to attend.
The following offloer* were elected by
Los Angeles Lodge 2025, Kuights of
Honor, to serve for the term ending
December 1898: Dictator, Joseph P.
Chambers ; vice dictator, C. S. Vance;
assistant dictator, George D. Kenyon ;
reporter, H. W. Kenshaw; financial re
porter, 8. Levy ; treasurer, Bas
■erman ; chaplain, E. B.Melchor; guide,
J. X, Rwanloldt; guardian, F. H.Swett;
sentinel. J. A. Duncan ; musician, ,1. 0.
Piatt; physician, Dr. R.T. Hose; trus
tees, S. P. Bowen, A. H. Voight, A. W.
The following bnilding permits were
issued yesterday: Alary 0, Parcels,
dwelling, Twenty-fourth street, between
brand avenue nnd Main, 11900; Mrs.
Jennie Suminerhmd, dwelling, northeast
corner Georgia Belle and Tenth' Street*,
$1600; Jennie D. Word, dwelling, Twen
ty-eighth street, near Severance, $."600;
Mrs. Emma Van Alstine, dwelling, Jef
ierson, between M:«ple and Main Btreutß
$000 ;0. G. Palmer, dwelling, Haw
thorne street, between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth, $400; Louis Tair, dwelling,
Fourteenth street, opposite Hawthorne!
We notice that Mr. Machir of the Staf
fordshire Crockery company, 117 South
Spring street, is offering unusual bar-
Baiue in dinner, tea and toilet services.
He is always pleased to show you any
thing in his line, Inspect his large
Stock, and ascertain his luw prices.
Anniversary all-day gospel meetings
Friday at Temperance Temple hall in
charge of the Curißtinn AluaDce. Every
Excursions will be run Saturday and
Bonday. June 10th and 11th, to Redondo
Beaoh, via the Kedondo railway. Get
your tickets of some member of the
order. Tickets, including ball at the
Redondo hotel, 50 centß. For timo of
special trains leaving oeo other para
graph in this paper.
E. D. List, notary public. Legal papers cire
lulty drawn. 127 W. Second; telephone 106,
Mrs. Katie B. Flckit, notary public: convey
ancing »specialty. No viur Now High st.
Kast India Barb Tea Cures
Constipation, blllouineia and head-aohe,
cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, makes new b.'ood, Entirely yegeta
ble. Sample tree. 11. M. BALE at IOH, eaeatl
220 South Spring street.
Largest Stock of frail nnd Vogetables.
Strawberries In great variety, the best In the
world, at Altbouso Bros.', 103 W. first street
You can buy at co3t at Kck» ,m & strasburg'B
closing out sale.
jfaw and "tyii.i,.
Kow and ityllah mlllinerv lnei baen reducpd
to tho lowest prices at Mit. t. 1 jch' , HU3 S
The Maccabees of Southern California
will celebrate their 12th anniversary ol
their order by giving a grand excursion
to Redondo Beach Saturday and San
day, Jnne fOth ami 11th. Setnrdar will
be devoted to aquatic and athletic
ppsrts.and a ball at the Jlotel Kedondo,
admission by card onTlv. No extra
1 charge to Maccabees holding Maccuooe
ticket*. Sunday i-ligious exercises will
be I ' at the Chatanqna building.
Special trains for those holding Macra
bee tickets will leave Kedondo depot,
corner of Grand avenue end Jefferson
streets, as follows! Saturday at oa. m.,
1 :4B p. m. and 7 p. in., returning leave
Redondo at II p. in., connecting «ith
cable and Main-street cars by special ar
rangements; Sunday, leave at 9 a. ni.
and 1 :45 p. in. Tickets for round trip
jSO cents, for sale by members of the
I order only.
One thou '.:il dollars reward for any
sewing machine that will do aH great a
range of work, doing it us easily if na
well, at can be done on the Advance
Davis, of Vertical Feed Davis sew
ing machine. For particulars call at the
Davis office, 12S South Alain street.
Union made bread and pastry fresh,
every day nt 3 p. m., at the Original
bakery, 113 West First street. Onr spe
cialties: Strawberry shortcake, (lerman
rye bread and pumpernickel. Coffee
and lunch parlor connected with the
The <iern i tin Fruit company are the
cole agents for Southern California for
I'abat Brewing Co.'s Export and cele
brated Blue Ribbon hear. These beer?
are bottled nt th- brewery in Milwaukee
only. King np tel. No. 72.
Tbe parties who saw a passenger
thrown from an electric car, on Second
otreet, between 8:30 and 0 o'clock a. ro.,
.June 3d, will confer a favor by sending,
address to J. W. Smith, book store, cor
ner Second and Main.
Dr. Charles de Sr.icethy is now loeatsd
in tbe Bryson Bonebrake block. Resi
dence Baker block. Office hours, 11 :30
to 8:80, Snndan nnd oveuiugs by ap
pointment. Office telephone, 11611; resi
dence telephone, 1050.
Go to Kbinger's restaurant; beet
French dinner and order honse in the
city. Everything first-class, Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget the place, southwest corner
Third and Spring,
Over the grade of our lumber there is
no question. We will satisfy you in
prices and qoalUy. Let ua make you a
bid <m yonr hilrin writing. Willamette
Lumber comprny, 204 South Spring
etreet, Lob Angeles.
During tiie absence of Capt. Emil
I farril of the California State Detective
Hureau, 10 Court atreet, at the world's
fair, his olfiee will bo under the manage
ment of Captain Moody nnd competent
Yon will find the finest variety of pic
ture fraino mouldings at L'chtenberger's
art emporium, Jl/7 North Main street.
All the latest designs now in Atock.
Headquarters for artists' mrterials and
The ladies' guild of Ascension church,
Boyle Heights, will give a social nt Kor
hel ball, lOast First street, Wednesday,
.lone 14th, in the evening. After the
social there will be a dance. Admission
Tho music-loving people of Los An
geles will bs delighted to learn that
Professor Arevalo, the popular guitarist,
with his club of nine, will pive one of
his delightful concerts on the 28a of this
Lftwn tennis chocs, any Rize, fT>c; car
pel, ■lipperi. men's or ladies', 8&CI fine
lignt men b shoes for the oeaion, $-.511,
at the chca; 'st place on earth for boots
and shoes, 1 IS Bast First street.
Tllloh'e restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main street. Everything new nnd first
class. Private apartments. Fresh fish,
oysters and game daily. Open all night.
To save time, money and much sutfor-
Ing, take Arabian Headache Powders. It
is the best and safest remedy yet discov
ered for headache and neuralgic.
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, halrdrcßaing and
manicuring, 107 North Spring street,
room 28, Shnmacher block. Shampoo
ing done at residence if desired.
Lumber, lumber, lumber, dirt cheap.
Who nells it dirt cheap ? Why, we do.
Let us figure your bills. Clark &, Bry-
Bon, 128.H West Second street.
Littleboy'B pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Frices liave been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
tilled. No. 311 S. Spring Btreet.
The only Keeley Inßtitute in Southern
California ie at Riverside. The Loa An
geleß otlice in at rooms (i 4 and 115, New
Brine; your old silver and Mexican
dollars end have them made over into
all kinde of silverware. Basement Times
Mrs. Dr. Wells, offices in her brick
block, 127 E. Third street, between Main
and Loa Angeles. Specialty, diseases of
Elegant suits to order fiom $25.
Others charge $35 for the same suit.
Joe Poheim, the tailor, 143 South Spring
W. R. Burke, notary public, fire in
surance, money to loan on real estate,
lowest rates, 213% N. Spring street (up
For a good table wine order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at fiOc nor gal. T. Vacbe it Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
For choice meats and sausage, try
Louis Streuber, 13S North Main street.
Tel. I'M. Orders promptly attended to.
Dr. Trice, M. R. C. V. S., veterinary
surgeon; California stable, 373 N. Main
Bt. Office tel., 48; residence tel., 1195.
Dr. Joseph ICurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and Burgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
now McDonald hlock ; telephor . 2.54,
Let Korn & Kautiowi'?.. the Broadway
tailors, make you a Hiring Buit. 214
Sonth Broadway. Fit warranted.
Dr. X D Wise, office 22G South Spring
Btreet. Office hours from Bto 10 a. in.
and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346.
Senear's door paint dries hard over
night. U. R. Bowers .V Sous, agents,
420 Suut.h Sprint; street.
If you warn an excellent piece oi ; niue
roust lieof. go to Louia Streuber, 138 K.
Mninst. Tel 180,
G. F. McLellan, notary, conveyancer,
insurance, real estate. No. 209 South
S. Conradi, watch repairing end
diamond setting. Corner Spring and
Ladies' Turkish baths, 230 South
Main street; open week dayß only.
Daily steamers to Catalina. See rail
roa 1 time tables in da ly papers.
H. C.'Royer, MD. Offices, 230 South
Main Btreet: horns, 10 to 4.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Guno Henry, real estate, Burbank.
Was. F, Branii. .Jeweler,
353 South Sprlnc St.. » doors uorth of Tourth.
LOST ANGELES HERALD, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1893.
THE NEW RULES ARE ADOPTED.
Proceedings Yesterday of the
Hoard of Health.
Regolstions Ahont the Registration
of rii tin and Deaths.
Soma Stringent Lawn About Health
Matt.ra-l>r. Hltchaneh Slakes a
xteporton Ihe Iscraate of An
thrax— Minor Matters.
Tbe regular mseting of the board of
health was held yesterday in the city
hall at 2 o'clock. Drc. Kurtz, Hitch
cock and (iillingham, in connection with
Mayor Rowan and Health Officer Pow
ers, were present.
After the reading and adoption of the
minutes of the previous meeting, the
board considered and adopted a number
of rules regulating reports of births,
deaths and contagious and infectious
The substance of the different rules iB
THE NRW RULES.
Fvvery physician and midwife shall re
port in writing each month all tbe birtha
which have received their services dur
ing the previous month.
• '.tv physician shall sign a certificate
of deatlj.fand no cert fie tte ehnll be re
ceived by the board fit health from any
one who ia not a legalized physician of
the state of California. All other certif
icates will be'referred to the coroner for
No causeof death such as heart failure,
insufficiency of the heart and dropsy
shall he accepted by tbe board aa suffi
cient causo of denth.
Every undertaker shail report to
health officer on or before the fifth day
from date ol death or the day services
Every physician shall report to ths
health office every case of Asiatic cholera,
typhus, yellow feve , smallpox, scarlet,
lever, diptheria, typhoid fever, glanders
and leprosy. And iheir patient after a
satisfactory diagnosis has been estab
lished, ehall he isolated.
ft was also ordered that a black flag
for Asiatic cholera and n yellow one for
smallpox and typhus ehall be shown for
rive weeks or more according to the or
ders of the board.
A red placard ehall aleo be placed on
every house where there is scarlet fever
and a green plncsrd wherever there is"
No person shall without a permit
from the health officer carry through the
streets of tha city nny porson sick of a
It was slbo ordered that the houses of
nil patients should be thoroughly disin
fected and that, any book belonging to
the City library should go through the
THK TWO LErKRR.
The cases of the two lepers, at present
in the city, was then discussed. On
motion of Dr. Kurtz it wns ordered that
the health officer go before the board of
supervisors and nek them in the name
of the board of health to provide proper
means of**isolating leprous patients in'
One of these cases is a Spaniard, who
is at the county hospital, and he goes
freely through ihe city and visits his
wife in K,ant I,on '• nceles. He also, ha*
a coild about 1 year old.
The other leper is a Chinese, who ie
at the Chinese hospital with other
Celestials, and the nurso who attenda to
him, after finishing his duties, goes out
and circulates freely among the other
residents of Chinatown.
A Til kI'IIONE.
The motion of Mr. Strohm, in the
council, that the board of health be
given a telephone was read and filed.
Dr. Hitchcock reported that there were
about 700 caBCB of anthrax affecting the
cattle in the dairies from which the milk
of the city : derived, and that also some
of tho affected moat had been sold.
Most of the dairies were outside the city
limits and beyond control.
A motion was then passed that a paper
on anthrax be written and presented to
the council, showing them the condi
tions of the disease and stating why an
inspector should be appointed.
DEAD ANIMALS AND DAIRIES.
The health officer then reported on'>
the place whero tho city's dead animals
were disposed of. He described the
loose way in which it was conducted. A
man named McNaal has charge of it, and
on his ranch, which adjoins, a man'keeps
a dairy. These cows drink from a stream
of water into which the refuse of this
dead animal cemetery drains.
Dr. Kurtz's motion that that the milk
man on McNeal'e premises be forbidden
from selling milk, as he believed the
milk was contaminated from the refuse
in the water which the animals drink,
OABRAOE AND AMIES, j
The health officer was asked why he
had issued orders that garbage and ashes
should be kept separate. He stated that
he had done so in order that the refuse
could be burned. The city dnmp was in
a very bad condition and the garbage,
ashes and other refuse all mixed np in
such a 1 manner that it was impossible to
select tho garbage and burn it. They
had been covering it with chloride of
lime to destroy the stench.
The board adjourned without taking
action ou the garbage question.
FROM THE SUPREME COURT.
A Decision Which Waa Receiver)
But one opinion was received Irom the
supreme court yesterday. The opinion
relates to an action to enforce the Hen
ot an assessment on the lot of defend
ants, Geoiße N. Hitchcock et al. of San
Diego, ior street work alleged to have
been done by plaiutiff, John G. Capron,
undor a contract awarded to him by the
city council and executed on tbe part of
the city by the superintendent of
Tbe jndgmect of the lower court is re
versed by the supreme court aud judg
ment is ordered in favor of the city, be
cause the plaintiff was a city official and
could not enter into a contract with the
It la Mot What We Say
Hut what Hood's Sarsaparilla does thst makes
it. sell, and has given it such a firm and lasting
hold upon the confidence of the people.
For a dinner pill and general family cathartic
we confidently recommend Honri'a I'llls.
Ftre Insurance Kates Keduned.
Indtpendentof Ihe "compact " «cc Baaker
vi lie. 218 North Main (Lauiranco building) and
10c a roll for hanging wall papar. 237 South
Highest of all in Leavening Power.-! Latest U. S. Gov't Report
MURDERER AH MOON.
HE APPEARS) IN COURT AND LOOKS
Happenings Yesterday In th* Juetlcea
Courts—Lilly Walters anrl Charlie
Harper Hare a Falling
Quan Ah Moon, the Chinese wbo
brntally murdered one of his country
women In a brothel on Tuesday morning,
was arrained yesterday before Justice
Austin on the charge of murder. Ah
Moon, who as usual appeared to be en
tirely unconcerned, seemed to be i,n
doubt as to hia proper name. He first
stated it to be Ab Toy, and then alter
ing his mind, changed it to Quon Toy
Ving. His examination was fixed for
Wong Ah Lip, the Chinese who owned
the murdered girl, and waß shot by Wong
Ying, is still alive, although in a preca
rious condition. Goat Hu, the dead
woman, was buried yesterday morning
with great pomp, the wholeof Chinatown
attending the funeral.
CnARBIE AND LILY.
Lily Waiters and Charles Harper were
on trial yesterday before Justice Austin
for disturbing the peace by righting
with each other on Saturday last. Lily
pleaded guilty and was put ou thestand
as a witness against Harper.
She said that Harper accompanied her
home on Saturday evening, and while in
her room asked her if she had any
money. She told him she had $3, and
Harper demanded $2; she thought this
an unfair division and told him so,
whereupon Harper played football with
Harper denied the girl's story. Ha
said that the fair Lily persecuted him
with her attentions. When he went to
her room it was for the purpose of get
ting a shirt he had there. Lily, ho de
clared, threw her arms arouud his neck
and refused to allow him to leave. He
struggled like a second Joseph to escape,
and got out of the door, bnt was chased
around a lot three times by his
inamorata. Officer Talamautes saw the
love chaße and arrested the pair. Both
were fined $5 by Justice Austin.
George McLain WR9 fined $5 yesterday
by Justice Seaman for committing a
battery upon A. N. Campbell.
J. Steiner was found guilty by Jußtlce
Austin yesterday of battery, on com
plaint of Captain Moody and was
Seven drunks were fined in smsll
amounts by the gam.; justice.
Joseph Lucas, one ot the combatants
in the recent Compton and Vernon
water war, appeared before Justice Sea
man yesterday and swore to a complaint
...... 1.. p. U J.. W 1 OuU,|ltWU
To Cleanse the System
Effectually yet gently, when costive or
bilious or when the blood is impure or
sluggish, to permanently cure habitual
constipation, to awaken the kidneys or
liver to a healthy activity without irri
tating or weakening them, to dispel
headaches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of
An interesting meeting of the archi
tects of the city was held last evening.
A paper on tho last amendments to the
state lien laws was read by one of tbo
members and a lively discussion fol
Laxative and NERVE TONIC.
Sold by Drugg-ista or sent by mall. 25c.. 80c,
and $1.00 rxr package, Samples free.
Wiht WTir>, The SVtvorfto TOOTH POWDIB
EsAS k*.%iT *>r the Teeth and Bresth.iioo.
bold uy 0. F. Heluz»m»n, 222 N. Main st.
LOST RiAiiHOOD '-»""•«'" i'rio'"r«"ni«-ht.
iiiniiliVWH Iv crftinlons, etc.. surely
rurril l>y I\ n A ;»0. the great H ledoo KvmedT. Hold
with wrlttr:, er>nr.,ntt« ereure. Knmple.ei.l tret. A[Mn-M
Oriental Me.l'enl Co., 6S I'lj n Mac*. Chlcirn, II!.
"By a thorough Knowledge of the natural
lawn which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition, and by a careful application ot
the fine properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr.
Kpps has pro-, itled onr breakfast tables with a
delicately flavored beverage which may save as
many heavy doctors' bills, ft is by the judi
cious use of such articles ol diet that a constitu
tion may be gradually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun.
rtrerib of subtle maladies are Moating around vi
ready to attack wherever there is a weak pclnt.
We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping
ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a
propetly nourished frame." —Civil Hervice Ga
zette. Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only iv half-pound tins, by grocers, labeled
tAXr.a KFPB * 00., Homoeopathic Chera,
Ist*. London, England.
Canning of Fruit made an agreea
ble ami delightful task. No more
boiling and no more spoiling-.
Saves sot>ar, save* frnit, saves
breakage of .jars, saves time and labor
lost by the oid method.
Try it on your berries, aud you will
surely use it on your later fruits.
I f you cannot get it at your grocer's
Los Angeles, CaL,
AGENT for SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
HE CASHED IN HIS CHECKS.
A Consumptive Poker Player Dies at the
F. Ij. Perry a consumptive, died sud
denly yeetorday in the poker room at
the rear of the Royal billiard saloon on
Spring street. Perry was playing poker
in company with several other men
when he was suddenly attacked with a
severe hemorrhage, and died within five
An inquest was held on the remains
later in the day by Coronor Cates at
Garrett A Sampsons undertaking rooms,
when a verdict of derth from hemorrhage
wea returned by the jury.
TUTTS PILLS require no change of diet.
W F. Carson, W. Swain, I). Vanlervoort, Geo
Walter, F. A. laggard F. A. Brown, it. P.
Acrerman, A M. West. L 1). Brown, Sau Fran
cisco; a. K. Baker and wife, Providence, R. L:
C. J. Johnson, SI. B Rogers, Jhioa. b; Col. G. H,
Barron and family, rj. S. a.; J J Boyce and
wire, Miss Boyce, Santa Baroara: C E.Cole,
Denver; A. Goodfrlend, 8. F. Barker, San Diego;
L A. Hicks, Yuma; A. R. English, Tombstone;
O. M. Wther and wife, Los Angeles; J. F. Lewis
and son, Ventura; W. H Meek, ionisvl le; J.
L. TrualOW, Santa Barbara; W. M. Harding,
©and eruptions com- W
fwpletely vanish before w
Cj| a steady use of ®
( wmhiG s) Pills
0 and health again ■
in the pure skin®
©and clear complexion.®
WKM as cents a box.
1 BEFORE j}
«?"» nOING E V3T DO NOT
11 FAIL TO VI3IY *♦
ii And Select a Telescope ||
Lunch Basket and Strap $$
XX 1 nen investigate out v.unu ii
JX* Department, which csntains <><>
f* Silks, Crepes, Pongees,
XT Drapes, Porcelain, Lacquer, TV
XX Art Goods, Baskets, Ivories, XX
*♦ Bronzes. Fans, Screens and ?♦
%% Bugs from China and Japan, Jx
XX Mexican Zerapes, Sombreros,
Opals, Rag Figures, Pottery,
et:., Indian Blankets, Baskets, tj
t» PoUery and other Curios, Cal
♦ irornia Souvenirs, Shells, ♦*
Morses, Views, Wild Flowers £4
XX and Native Woods made up in ♦«>
$T pietty patterns, ornamental aa Yj
XX well as useful,
I o(k 110 S. Spring St.. Opp. «>X
IKS Njdean Hotel. $^
123 NORTH MAIN ST.
LOd ANCHCLBS, calif.
jf*S. Kidney and Blad
/ e ' er 1*6 68863 *
BsaK Acuteand Chronic
Ka X Discharges,
< Sexual ludifler-
Promptly and Per
Dr. White Is the oldest and most successful
Piivste, Nervous end < hronlc Disease Special
ist on th ■ eoaii. All Skin and Blood Dlseaues
promptly cured without mercury. ImßOtency,
.fcmlua; ...akness, Varicocele, eyphllts, Hon
orrkcna, t.lrct, Nervous Debility, kidney snd
B adder • ..>••. «» scientifically treated and per
manfully cured. No Surgical Staff (?l ttke
me ho'l- *impl.->yed. No hired substitutes.
The ntll.eicd may write In strict confidence.
Letters auswer-:d in plain envelope. Medi
cines sent teenre from exposure Addresi
DE, WHITE'S DISPENSARY,
12S K. Main St., New McDonald Block,
6 6 tf Los Angoles, Cal.
PASTStoOEJEB SUITS to ORDER
$3.50 JjL $15.00
4.00 /fMT\ 17.50
4.50 / BjU 20.00
5.00 t'HSB 22.50
6.00 IM 27.50
TAILOR * V
413 S. SPRING St.,
JUSt h»low Fourth.*. «■<■--
WE ARE PUSHING
For all it's worth. We are at least
20 Per Cent, Under Hatters' Prices.
..> A. JL
SPECIAL SALE OF
Gents' Dop'skin Gloves eit
H tt«irrW| T <j A 'VA r*crrai
MORRIS 6c t>Ofc-
165 NORTH SPRING STREET*
OPP OLD COURT, HOU9E.
THE BON MARGHE,
• 122 S. Spring St., ED. R. MARCUS, Importer.
U FIVE! * DOLLARS H- 2
$ Cannot be better invested, than to purchase one of our
JJJ * HANDSOME IMPORTED DRESSES $ CD
Q Which are absolutely go yd value at $10, $12, $13.50 and $15.
<Tjj -)INO TWO PATTERNS Al_l Kn
These phenomenal Bargains are offered in order to Make
this Establishment popular for (J
0 -}} UNIQUE AND CHOICE GOODS £- £
In addition to the above bargains all our £T)
-3 FANCY FRENCH SIL-KSfS- "i
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WILL BE SACRIFICED AT
50c, 60c and 75c a Yard.
ELEGANT IMPORTED SUITS FOR FIVE DOLLARS.
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Philadelphia Mibi'ioo, Wit 1 Vicana Exposition, 1873
Acknowledged by the following highest musical authorities in the world to be
supremely first-class: Richard Wagner, Francesco Tomagno, \Vil
helmj, Luigi Arditi, Kurkel, Sternberg.
PIANo o .
££F"E<amlne the Self-supporting Independent Iron Frame in Our Show Window.
GARDNER & ZELLNER,
213 SOUTH SROADWAV.
Best Appointed Hotel in
j*|$ y Los Angeles.
:t» -« * - American and European Plans.
'\': >i/i Central Location,
jjjrt ' l *>^; , &^'^-- ; ''''' First-class Service.
|^»^^|^^^ ! Finest Cafe in tbe City
A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
*P 5 7 * m Proprietors
WHOLBBALB AND RETAIL DEALER IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS, PORTIERS,
LACE AND SILK CURTAINS,
WINDOW SHADES, OIL CLOTHS,
LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, ETC.
337, 339, 341, S. SPRING ST. ftS
a _ e7\ I FO ™^ RON
4i6 and 430 ALPINE STREET
LOS A NQ EUES.
Bpadcr throwing Boil Irom the Conrtr.
AUCTION SALE oflSif ORKHORSES
Continued from Jone 3d to WfIDNKSOAY, JUN* "lb, at 11 o'clock a.m.,
On Premises, No. 242 ALIHO STREET, Corner of Aliuneda Street.
Fatnrdaj's saie lasted Irom 11 a. m. onttl Sp.m. The balance of tho day w»« net uptod in
delivering to purchaser*. The sale was oondunted on true auotlun principle*, as nor order of ¥r.
Hartin. The pnbllo are Invited lo attend our wind up »aleon WedncsiUv in connder.ca. No r -
serve pricss. WM. COLAN, Agent. Jt. W. NoYK-f, Auctioneer. office, all N. Sprlns St. 00 3t
Wholesale and lie tall Dealer In
And Catalina Soapstone Wall Finish^
This material Is fire proof, has a baaatUul tint, and can bo washed without Injury.
OSoe: 130 W. Second street. TeL 30. •:• Yard: 88E N. Main atraaL SWLaafc