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Reportof observations taken at I.os Angolas,
June 20. 1NII3:
Time. | llmr. Ther^Bri'm
f>:O0a. m. 80 00 55
6:00 p. m. 1*0.09 70
Minimum tempcralure, A3.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather; atatlousry temperature; westerly
A muaicale will be held at St. Hilda's
hall at Glendals this evening.
The Unity club will hold a meeting on
Thursday evening, to consider plana for
tbe coming season.
The executive committee of the
Fourth of July celebration will meet at
headquarters this eveningat 7 :80 sharp.
Triplets wore horn to the wife of Dixon
Gilbert, Bl Monte. Their weight was as
follows. First, girl, 8 potiuda ; second,
boy, 7' L . pounds; third, boy, 5.., pounds,
or in all 21 pounds.
Undelivered telegrams at tbe Western
Union telegraph ollice, corner of Court
and Maiu Btreets. Juno 20, [80S, lor
Misa Miline Lyttlo, Wolsev Cronkbite,
C. E. Hoffman, Saruphcna OabM, Mrs.
Charles Mier, Oswald Wilson, Mr. J. T.
An accident which may robult fatally
occurred yesterday afternoon to William
Klnckrehm. Kinckrehm was engaged
in moving a building on Fourth and
Broadway when part of the building fell
on him, breaking his left leg, and seri
ously injuring hiiu internally. The
limb will ho amputated tinigjit if the
man's condition allows of the operatloh.
Desmond, the hatter and men'H fur
nisher, lias moved all of his surplus and
broken lines in hata ami men's furnish
ing goods to store formerly occupiod by
lion Marche, No. 122 South Spring street,
and will on Thursday next c iniinence
his annnal clearance sale; 16000 worth
of stock will positively he eacrillued for
one-halt tbe original invoice cost. Don't
miafl this opportunity.
W. H. Sutch, formerly of the under
taking firm of Orr it Sutch, ht»H taken
the management of the undertaking
business of Neilert A Co., No, 5l!(t South
Spring Btreet. Mr. Sutch has been con
nected with the undertaking business in
the city for many years, nnd has ac
aequired a wide acquaintance ami made
a host of frionds who wish him great
buccbbb in hia new connection.
In another column notice ll given of
the death uf Mr. George (). Greta at
Tucson yesterday. Mr. llteen has been
in the service of tha Southern Pacific
railroad company for several years pa«t
and was u;?ent nt Casa Grande, A. T.,
when taken with his last illness. He
leaves a wife, Mrs. Carrie S. tlreeo, who
has not lived in Los Angels* for several
years but is well known here, and two
children. Funeral lervices will be held
Tiie grand concert by Prof. M. S.
Arevolo, assisted by his most advanced
pupils and rome of the most prominent
talent of 'the city, will be given on Sat
urday evening next. The affair prom
isee to be one that will be hailed with
delight by tho many friends and ac
quaintances ol the proles Nor. The pro
gramme wil' be an excellent one, and
tho attendance will certainly ho a larye
one. The features of tbe entertainment
will be the Guitar club, male quartette,
Indian club iwing, and zither solus.
Futures In Wheat.
Bought and sold on margin. Direct
wire to Chicago. Do Van tt Kutledge,
No. 8 Court atreet.
If. S. Van Slyke, general agent of the
Atlantic and Pacific at Albuiiuerque, is
in the city.
A. M. Blakeeley, a prominent hotel
keeper of I'erria, ia spending a low dayß
at tho Nadeau.
J. W. Walker, of tho general superin
tendents oliice- of the Atlantic and
Pacific Railway company at Albuquer
que, is in the city.
Richard tlrey, general freight agent
of the Southern Pacific, arrived today
from SanKrancisoo and will upend some
ti-ne in Los Angeles.
Col. Mat Klynn of Yuma, has left tho
sun-kissed territory and bag rented a
house in Santa Monica for the summer.
His family accompanies him.
Oscar Thecing of Munich, and G. R,
Motzer o( London, aro visiting Southern
California dnring a trip round tlie
world anil have decided to revel in the
climate of Loa Angelea for a few daya.
They nic etavingat the Nadeau.
Thia annoying scalp trouble, which
gives the hair and untidy appearance, is
cured hy skookum ront hair grower. All
We authori/.j yonr druggists, OIT &
Vaughn, to refund fIO.UO to any case
that one of Smith's Dandruff Pomade
fails to perfect a enro in any case oi
daudruir, regard'esn of how many yeara
standing. Try it and yon will "not re
gret it. For sale only by i Iff & Vaughn,
druggists, corner of Fourth and Spring
Btreots, Loa Angeles.
B. D. List, votary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. I>7 \v. Second; telephone 105.
East India llcrli Tea Cures
Constipation, bllloasneaa and head-ache.
c causes the ayalem, stimulates tho liver and
kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample free. 11. M. BALE & BON, agents,
220 South spring atreet.
United States JU.trhot.
J. R. Taylor has purchase 1 iho above hnsl
nessat 302 South Spriug strict. Fnsh same,
fish, shrimps, crabs, etc., wh -n In season. Mud.
crate prices. Good* delivered dec.
Largest Stork tit Frirlt uml . -. i ,i.t, .
Cherries, cmraafi snd aorleots, the best in
tho market, nt Althouse Bros.', 105 V,. First
tVnll Paper at Cost,
doling out sale—Kclistrom & i:ira«b-jrK, :!07
aud 300 South Maiu street.
Get our prices oa hardware before buylne.
Blk cut. for HO day!. J. W. Uaker >v .-. jas, us
Hior'.h iiaiu meet.
One thousand dollars reward for any
sewing machine that will do as great a
range of work, doing it aa easily if as
well, as can be dona on the Advance
Davis, of Vertical Feed Davis sew
ing machine. For particulars call at tbe
Davis office, 128 Sonth Main street.
Dr. Charlea de Szigethy ia now located
in tbe Bryson Bonebrake block. Reei
donee Baker block. Office hours, 11 :30
to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap
pointment. Oflice telephone, 1150; resi
dence telephone, 1050.
(in to the Original Bakery and Lnnch
and Oyster parlors, 1111 West First
street, for an excellent cup of coffee.
Try the Original. Open day and night.
I.adioa' private rooms. Strawberry
shortcake a specialty.
Sanborn, Vail & Co. have just received
a tine lino of fancy newspaper and hat
racks finished in white and gold, cream
and gold and oak. They are very decor
ative and cheap. See them Bt 133
Sonth Spring street.
Oo to Lbi tiger's restaurant; best
French dinner and order house 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 quality. Let us make you a
bid on your bill iv writing. Willamette
Lumber company, 204 South Spring
ctreet, Los Angeles.
During the absence of dpt. Emit
Harris of the California State Detective
Bureau, 10 Court atreet, at the world's
fair, bis oflice will be under the manage
ment of dptain Moody und competent
Have yon inspected the new line of
circle anil oval frames at Llchtonherger's
art emporium, 107 North Main Btreet?
Ttiey aro beauties and all the rage. You
should see the fine display of tissue nov
Sanborn, Vail & Co. carry a full line
of all kinds of mirrors, plain and bevel,
for all kinds of furniture and decorative
purposes; round and square French
plates, all sizes. 133 South Springstreet.
Lawn toriniß Bhoes, any size, 05c; car
pet slippers, men's or ladies', 35c; fine
light men's Bhoes for the season, $2.50,
at tbe cheapest place on earth for boots
and shoes, 118 East First atreet.
Illlch'a restanrant, 145 and 147 North
Main street. Kverythiug new and first
class, l'rivato apartment". Fresh fish,
oysters and game daily. Open all night.
l'arift panel photograph frames at San
born, Vail A Co.'i. Largest line, lowest
prices, best goods and latest designs can
bu had there. 1.13 South Spring atreet.
To save timo, money and much suffer
ing, take Arabian Headache I'owders. It
is the best and safest remedy yet discov
ered for headache and neuralgia.
'Littloboy'a pharmacy ia thoroughly
reliable. Trices have been reduced.
Take yonr prescriptions there to be
filled. No. 311 S. Springstreet.
Lumber, lumber, lumber, dirt cheap.
Who sells it dirt cheap? Why, we do.
Let us figure your bills. Clark & Bry
son, ISSft West Second street.
Dr. Ktbecca Lee Dorsey tins resumed
practice nt 114 South Spring street,
rooms 5 and 6. Consultation hours, 1
to sp. in. Telephone 1227.
Tho only Keeley Institute in Southern
California is at Riverside, The Loa An
geles ollice is at rooms 04 and 05, New
(Honing on? at cost, our entire stock of
line Artistic, gits fixtures. Pacific Crock
ery aad Tinware Co., 220 North Los An
Bring your old silver and Mexican
dollars aad hnvo them made over into
all kinds of silverware. Basement Times
Adams Bros., dentists, 230' c South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. Beit eets of teeth from $0
Forngood table wine order onr Sonoma
/inlandol at 50c par gal. T. Vache dt Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Dr. Price, M. It. O. V. 8., veterinary
surgeon; California stable, 373 N. Main
st. Office tel., 4«; residence tel., 111)5.
Fine black clny diagonal cuits, for 00
days only, at $40—former price, $55.
Korndc Kttntrowitz, 214 Sonth Broadway.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their cilices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A.Z. Vitlla, physician and surgeon.
Oflice and residence, 120 North Main,
new McDonald block ; telephone 284.
Dr. X D. Wise, oflice 220 South Spring
street. Ollice hours from Btolo a. m.
and 2t05 p. in. Telephone 340.
Go to Arrowhead Hot Springs for your
summer outing. The famous mountain
resort of Southern California,
Senour's floor paint dries hard over
night, U. It. Bowers ,v Sons, agents,
420 Sonth Spring Btreet.
A tine line of gasoline stoves, ice cream
freezers and refrigerators at Paul's, 130
South Main street.
If you want an excellont piece of prime
roast beef, go to Louis Strenber, 13S N,
Main st. Tel. 100,
tt. V. McLeilan, notary, conveyancer,
insurance, real eßtate. No. 200 South
Keduced rates to Catalina Island Satur
day and Sunday. See railroad time
Tho price of the Santa Monica lots
will be advanced on June 20th. Buy
S. Conrmli, watch repairing and
diamond setting. Spring and Franklin.
H. C. Koyer, MD. Offices, 230 South
Main street ; hours, 10 to 4.
Ladies' Turkish baths, 230 South
Main street; opt n week days only.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Oauo Henry, real estate, Burbank.
Who Said do?
I did—that the W. O. Furrey company
ie- the best place in the city to buy
household goods. See them at 159, 101
and 103 North Spring street.
Wall Pnxte* at Cost.
Ctnslngontaale-Kckttrnm A fc'trasnurg, 307
and 808 South Main street.
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters Foy's
old reliable saddlery houae, 310 N. l.os Angeles.
We hang wall paper for 100 a roll. 237 8
O. R. Field, J. 11. MilUnor, (I. W. Betry, Miss
F. 8. Cooper, salsa M. C. Magulre, Mr. aud Mis.
Hit hard Hra\-, F. A. 'laggard, J. W. distill. tins
K. Horn. n. \\. Cole, 11. Kruai, D. W. Davis, v.
K. heed, P. Ureeiilijrg, 11. Goodman. ro»u Fran
cisco: It. W. Fly, J. M. Fly, Memphis; Mra. J).
W. Dasla, Stockton: A. 1). riasor, Chlno:
F. O. Anderson, Portland, Or.; K. C. Sinvthe,
Anaheim: C. F. Nicnolsou, New York;
augeua do Kolber, Huusary; Mrs-. C. W. Ken-
Dedy, W. A. Handera. Allmuuerque: Mr. and
His J. W. Single, Mr and Mrs. 1). W. stasle,
Baltimore; 0 F. Slowarl, S, 8. l.alhrop, Nor
Wleh.Ct'.lU, T. Dontlore, R. A. Thomas, 11. II
Wallace, Sau Diego: Dr. R. T. Allen ami wile,
Bedhuids; k. A. Coulter, Denver: E. K. Norton,
Kacmuicuto: Mrs. J. T. l'omeroy. Mrs ti. \V.
Cratght c!, California: O. 11. FitnlSL, Chicago;
K. A. .Vawver, T. Tobin, W ltislow, A. T.; E. D.
Ruwe, Kansas City; C. B. McKevelt, Banta
Inula; Mis Coulon, Miss McDcrmott, Califor
EOS" ANGELES HERALDi WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1893.
THE RICHES OF VANDERBILT.
A Reliable Statement About
The Various Mines and Their Ontpnt
A Locality That Promises to Become
tho Bonanza Mining City of tha
Country — Good Advice to
For the pant nix or eight month! the
attention of prospectors and moneyed
mining capitalists have been directed to
Vanderbilt, the new mining district in
San Bernardina county, 35 miles this
aide of the Needles. The camp was
first brought Into prominence by the
news of a rich strike by Mr. Taggart
and others gome time last year. It had
been known to prospectors for years past
as a rich county, bat as prospecting was
accompanied with great difficulties and
hardships, it was not carefully gone
over until the advent of Mr. Taggart.
Since then a large number of pro 'peo
tors have gone Into the new district and
have staked out many claims. There is
one very remarkable feature of Vander
bilt however. Thus far ita growth has
been healthy and its has advanced stead
ily. As yet tbe barely grub-staked pros
pector has not pat in un appearance to
any great extent, no lunchroom excite
ment has been raised and all is moving
forward with healthy steadiness. Ex
tensive capital has been placed in the
district and the work of developing the
different claims goes along easily and
There ie no question bat that Vander
bilt has a great future before it, as tbe
presence of thu capital of men like
Mackay and Flood would naturally sug
About three months ago tbe llkrald
published an extensive interview with
Mr. F. 0. Wilkinson, who had at that
time recently returned to Los Angeles
from Vanderbilt. While here he had
a large number of assays made, and fi no ■
prospects were gotten from each analy
Mr. Wilkinson remained here for a
week at that time before going out to
Vanderbilt again. He returned to this
city last week and was again eeen by a
Hicham) reporter and asked something
of tho progress of Vanderbilt during the
pant threw months. Mr. Wilkinson
talked plainly and to the point. He
does not give a very encouraging out
look, for the present at least, to any in
tended prospectors. Vanderbilt has,
however, he cays, rapidly improved
since hia last trip to !,•».» Angeles.
"There ie no question." sitid Mr. Wil
kinson, "bnt 11 ,it the Vanderbilt min
ing district is destined to be the fore
most camp on tho Pacific coast. At
present, however, the various claims are
lining sank with shafts in order to de
termine the exact extent of the lodges.
"Every ono is broadening as the shafts
dercend, and the ore io also very rich.
The protpeclß are most excellent.
"The principal claims are the Gold
liar, now called the St. George, ovned
by Lisle, Wells, Monkey and Flood, and
the Gold Bronas of Taggert and others.
"On the morning of last Tuesday the
ibaft in tho St, George was down to 205
feet. A competent prospector and mining
man took geveralsamples of the ore sent
up from this depth, which, upon being
assayed, ran $420 end some cents to the
ton. Enter In the day, at, a depth of 208
feet, the oro ran * 177 por ton. Three
shafts are being punk at the name time
on this claim, and last week were down
to 275 feet. As tbey descend, tunnela
are ran from oach shaft, connection; the
three. At present tbey have a body of
ore thru and a half feet wlda that runs
from MOO to $000 » ton.
"The Gold Bronae is now down to 00
feet with a 400-foot drift, lv each end
of the diifti ia a two-foot ledge of high
grade ore, running from $100 upwards.
At present there nre 800 sacks of oio out
side of the shaft tbat will net $200 a ton.
"A continnation of the Gold Bronze is
known ns the Chippy. At a depth of S5
feet an eight-inch vein of $500 ore was
encountered, bat the ledge pioper ie
"There is another ledge that runs
from the Gold Bar or St. Georgt claim,
called the Odd Nook, ard owned by
Covington Johnson. A 40-foot shaft has
boen sunk and IK inches of fine ore has
"The Crystal is another claim running
from the Odd Nook, It is owned by v
Mr. Harper of San Francisco, who has
already euuk a shaft to 150 feet and
reached tine ore. He ie preparing to
erect n hoist to draw the ore out. Both
of these claims have been bonded for a
"All of the claims I have mentioned
lie on tbe north line of Vanderbilt, a
a little towards tbe west.
"On the south line a little towards the
east is the Gold Brick No. 1. A 200
--foot shaft is being sunk and another one
is to be sunk on the Iron mine, owned
by Macfcey A Flood. By the side of the
i itild Brick. Frank Almond and Dick
Bowers have claims that are down to 60
feet and have 11-foot veins that run $40
and upwards a ton.
"The Boomerang mine of Green Camp
bell of Utah now yields $40, good mill
ing ore, from a 14-foot vein.
"West of Vanderbilt is the Star mine,
which is owned by Griffith, Crow,
Childs and myself. It is now at a depth
of 50 feet, and a 2-inch vein of $200 to
$000 per ton has been struck.
"The ledge is 4 feet wide, but it iB not
yet at its full paying level. About 40
feet down I encountered specimens that
assayed as high as $4000 and $2200 a
"In my opinion tho Gold Bronze will
prove to be the moat valuable claim of
"There have not been very many peo
ple in the district offering to bay tbe
smaller and more undeveloped claims
for anything like what they are worth.
They think that they can be bad for
little or nothing, so do not make any
oilers of Inrge sums; consequently there
are not many claims sold. The major
ity of the bids hove beeu made upon
the Gold Bronze and the St. George
mines. Judging from their bids, pros
pective purchasers seem to regard
them as the only claims of any
groat value about the camp. The
reason for this is that the shafts are
further down and a latger body of ore is
in sight than in the othei claims that
havo not gotten down so far."
"What are the prospects for more
claims? Have all the good ones been
"No; they have not. Thero is still n
large number of claims that can I a
staked out. Ones that will yield just as
good prospects as those in the immediate
The best vsity to avoid aoa'p diseases, hair
falling out nnd prargattlia baldness is to use
the best pieventive known to.'that purpose—
Wall'm Ilalr Uscewer.
Highest of ail in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
vicinity of the town of Vanderbilt. The
district may be said to extend two and
a half miles each way. and there are
excellent opportunities in it. Towards
the north of tbe town, a man named
Tate has sunk a 75-foot shaft, and the
ore is making a good showing, Pete
Campbell also has another claim two
miles north of the town and is getting a
"But let me state one thing positively
now. Vanderbilt is not a grass road
camp, and it is no place for a working
man to go for tbe present at least. You
have to get down to 100 feet at least be
fore tbe ore iB in anything like paying
quantities. Of course, sometime l ! it may
be encountered near the surface, but
this ia seldom the rule. Money is re
quired to be able to work the claims in
order to get any returns.
"Another point, a poor man should
not go to Vanderbilt with the expecta
tion of getting work. There ie none for
him now. None of the mines are ship
ping any oro. The main object at pres
ent seems to be to ascertain bow far the
ledge runs before putting in any ma
chinery or beginning to ship the ore.
"Tho Mackay & Flood people let their
work by contract. There were 30 men
employed in their claim, while 18 men
are at the Gold Bronze. The other men
run ehifti of from two to ten men.
There are now about 000 to 700 people in
and aronnd Vanderbilt, and plenty of
men to do all the work required for the
"A large number of good substantial
lumber buildings have been erected dur
ing the past few months, for which the
carpenters received $5 per day. This
work, however, has now been completed
so there is no more opportunity in this
respect just now.
"I should adviso every one to wait
until about October or November when
the full size of the ledge and the value
the district will be known. Then they
can come out. A person should not go
there with less than sevoral hundred
dollars if he intends to stay for any
time and prospect.
"Mr. Lisle of the St. George claim
told nic recently that, his company in
tended to sink tho shafts straight down
to 400 feet in order to ascortain if the
ledge existed in paying quantity. The
minute they found that it did they
would at once begin to boom tho camp
and to put in thi proper machinery.
There haa as yet been no machinery put
in as the men are waiting to Bee the full
extpnt of th» Indues.
"It is thought that enough waler will
be found in the mines to run the ma
chinery. Bat should this prove to he a
mistake, Mackey and Flood propose to
pipe eutlicient water to supply the vicin
ity, from a spring six miles oast of Van
"They claim the spring has a How of
fonr inches. Water is now selling for
two cents a gallon in Vanderbilt. Wood,
however, IS cheap, bringing $5 a cord.
"Id a recent issue of tho Heiiam) I
saw where the Spillor boys and other
parties claimed to have sold the Tarn
O'Shanter mine at Good Springs to
Jonas Taylor for $30,000. This state
ment is untrue. 1 know that Taylor
would not have given any such n figure
for it. 1 myself had the option upon it
for $7000. The report, around Vander
bilt was that Taylor had paid $12,000 for
the Tarn O'Shnnter. This also, I be
lieve, ie incorrect. I think that $7500
would be nearer the figure. Good
Springs is 45 miles, almost due north,
from Vanderbilt, and not 80 as was
"The Good Springs country is a rich
district, as it haa eaormona lead de
posits, but for the preaent is valueless
Bl there are no practical means for
shipment. There was, however, when
I left Vanderbilt some gixid ore being
shipped through Vanderbilt frum Good
Springe, but not in large quantities.
"The haulini! of ore from the Mew
York silver district has been stopped
for the present. Blake, who owns a
majority of this district, has been in
vesting quite extensively in the Good
Springs district lately."
"Is gold the only metal in the Van
"Nol Bu*. all of the figures) I have
given have been upor gold. Copper,
some silver, golena and iron are also
found, but the big paying metal is gold,
which is iv the greatest proportion and
"Copper is also found in good quantity.
The most of the oro throughout the
Vanderbilt district is easy to work."
Throat. Sold by all IlruirgiMS on a Guarantee.
For a Lame Side, Bad: or Cheil Sutton's Poraao
Plaster will give great satisfaction.— 35 cents.
Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tonn., sayst
"SftfloVs Vital-bar 1 SAVED MY LIFE? H
timMiie riff to In. .tt 1 vmediffar a d«Mtttaterl nmtem
I cvtr tuxd." For DvopoVisia, Liver or IfJ Jnoy
troublu it exccla. Price. 70 eta. t •
Havo you Catarrh? Try thin Remedy. ttwlU
positively relieve and Cure you. Price BOcts.
Tlits Injector lor its successful treatment, is
furnished free. Remember,Shiloh's ttomedies
aro sold on a guarantee to give satisfaction.
sold wholesale by HAAS, 3ARUCH A CO.
and ictall by druggists. 12-14 lyr
Canning of Fruit mails au agreea
ble and delightful task. No more
boiling- and no more spoiling.
Saves sugar, saves fruit, saves
breakage of .jars, saves time aud
labor lost by the old method.
Try it on your berries, and you will
stiffly use it on your later fruits.
If you cannot get it at your grocer's
H . J EL V N El,
Los Angeles, Cal.
AGENT forSOLTHRRS CALIFORNIA
aiia 3 >i
THE BADGER WAS CAUGHT.
A Chicken Thief at Laet Brought to
For noma considerable time tbe resi
dents in the neighborhood of Boyle
avenue have been considerably annoyed
by the regular depletion of their chicken
houses, by some mysterious thief. Po
lice Officer Macey was informed of their
losses, and being a chicken fancier him
self, proceeded to investigate. Mr. L,
Workman who lives on Boyle avenne
has been of the greatest sufferers, and
Officer Macey set himself to watch Mr.
Workman's chicken house.
About 3 o'clock in the morning the
officer saw an enormous badger run
into the fowl house; there was a hoarse
"cluck" and another ill-fated chicken
had gono to his long rest. Calling two
dogs and drawing bis gnn Macey went
after tbe marauder. The animal fought
off the two dogs but succumbed to a
couple of bullets from tbe officer's pistol.
The animal when weighed was found to
tip the scales at 41 pounds. Over $150
worth of poultry had been destroyed by
the delunct animal.
Once lost, it iB difficult to restore the
hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest
yon become bald. Skookum root hair
grower stops falling hair. Sold by drug
Everybody can buy wall paper helow no»r.
aud have it hnng for 10c a rofl. 237 d. Spring.
10c a roll for hanging wall paper. 237 South
BTANTON-G»orgo A., eon of Judge L and Ros
alie R. and brosMl to P. A. and L. E. Stanton,
ot typhoid nneuraoulit, aged 17 years, 0
mouths >»ud 24 U*ys.
Fnueral Wcdncsd.y, Junn 21s', at 10 a m.,
from funiUy residence, 420 West Thlrty-flrkt
ureet. Keltuds i f family Invited without fur
tfc'T notlc-\ Juterment at Uosedaln.
Cleveland, 0., papers plea.c copy.
GREEN—At T.iceon, Arl/... June 20th, George
O. nrwi (husband of Mis. Carrie r. Green],
sged 30 year.,.
t'uneral Thursday at 10 a. m. at the
resilience of Frank A. Gibiou, 820 Court street.
ARE YOU SICK?
If so re mem be* lhat delay In obtaining eompo
lent medic lI r.nrl Kurgjic-il tretLment in danger
ous 'Ibe physicians of tbo
ARE EXPIRTt, REGULAR HRIDOATBB nnd
LK«\I,IA' KrIIHMHItD, T.ley give Ihe BSBI
M«I>IC «L AND SURGICAL SKILL KOR REA
SONABLE i'BIOHB, They treat all diseases of
iho humiu fystjm, and particularly invite
DI3EA3E3 OF Till
SKIN, BOWELS, LIVER, HE\RT,
BLOOD, KIDNEYS, BLADDER,
And All URINARY TROUBLES.
Private, Nervous and Chronic Troubles
TREATED BY A SPECIALIST.
lT'Xr WHOSE LIVES are made
V> Vyi>lJlji> miserable by any of tho
Diseases neou&ai to their sex can receive lm
Consultation in office or by letter free.
Medicines compounded in our own labor
We are hero to stay.
Call or address LOS AHOGLEB I>l Kill -
VAti ANO M/KGICAI, INSTITUTK,
Knomi 3 and 5, No. 211 Ssu'h Main street, op
posite Haminam llaths, i.os Angeler, CaL
tl Is Pushing the 12
I! CURIO Business If
v*> And prop sso to keep it up.
$t We have had aorae Curios *♦
too long. We want to trade %a
<>* them for cash. Profits lost
X J sight of for the next sixty days. i£
H These Goods ||
|| MUST GO. §
22 Come and make us an offer. ♦<>
J* The largest Curio Store on the *t
XX coast oners you the greatest *X
|| GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICE ||
If you are wise you will give
Si us a call. %,%
II KAN-K 00,1
M 110 Spring St.. Opp.
** Nadeau Hotel. ♦*
<i-4> 4 4 Om <- <»
$♦ * <>♦♦♦**♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦**
Furniture, Carpets, Etc.,
At 423 South Spring street,
opp. onr salesroom, on
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21st, 1893,
Commencing at 10 a.m.
Theenti'o contents of a 22-room house, con
s sling of Iteiroom Suits. Mattresteß,' alt ihe
lledding. Carpets, Center Tables, Stands, Chairs
nuu Bookers, Every room In this house Is fur
nished. ><> : hiug lo be removed or sold at pri
vate sale. Every article go?s without limit or
rer.ervtv Also tn* little frame store next door
north and i lot of luaiber in the r-sr.
Everybody invited to attend this sale. Make
n r i mist xke. Be on time Wednesday, June 2lst,
at 10 a.m.
MATLOCK & REED,
PLACE YOUR MONEY
-AN D O ET AN
AN ALL-WOOL SUIT
in exchange: for
fffi $5,20 film
MORRIS 8c CO.,
165 N. Spring St., Opp. Old Court House.
WINE 131 TeK 38. '
PAYING FARM FOR SALE!
Containing 82 acres of land, all in high state of cultivation ; cottage
house, hard-finished, of seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with
email cottage of three rooms for laborers; about fonr acres in bearing
Washington Navels; 6 acres English Walnuts; 6 acres Winter Ap
ples ; two artesian wells; 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. Bsaudry aye . Los Angelps. Cal.
es * ApP°* nte d Hotel tn
MMffffjaff i American and European Plans
EsCSI^M Central Location.
RtKJ ; i ; 'l( vg 1 ji First-class Service.
' Reasonable Ranr-a'
Finest Cafe in the City
C. BILICKE & CO.,
FOURTH OF JULY,'
An Invitation Is hereby extended to the dif
ferent sections of Southern California to unite
In the forthcoming celebration in the city ol
Los Angeles on the night of tiie 4th of July, by
an appropriate float representing their respec
The different railroad companies hay* gen
erously agreed to transport the float or ma
terial to construct the same with two attend
ants in chi'rge. Our committee will fnrnish
the wagon, horses, and the necessary illumina
tion therefor, nnleas tbe dlfloret.t locaiitloj
prefer to furnish their own.
The float must not exceed 10 feet In height
from the ground.
The procession will be an allegorical one.
Illustrating periods in oar national history
first, and then the growth and dovelopment of
The committee hope to p-ee every sec'lon ap
propriately represented In this procession. All
persons desirous of seein.r their section repre
sented are requested to organize into commit
tees acd communicate Willi Ihe secretary of
this committee, who will co-operate with them.
Onr committee has 011 hand all the material
necessary to complete tha several floats on
the'r arrival In Los Angeles, the Broadway
n.arket having been secured for that purpose.
The commit tee nfl'er the following prizes:
tf 100—1st prize—Best float in line from outside
$100—For best float entered by clnb, Armor
Individual from this city.
$50—Iat prize—Best decorated building.
I(l2s—Second best deco-atod bttfidln j.
IflO—Best decorated streel car.
$s—Second heat decorated street car.
Several appropriate prizes! or wheelmen'ln
costume and best decorated? and lllaminatea.j
bicycle. ' |
i'rizo for b r st sustained character on foot,
horseback, on float or otherwise.
No advertising wagons of any kind permitted
Only the name of organization or individual'
furnishing the float allowed on ihe same.
By order of
CHAS, fl. ALEXANDER,
GEO. ATWOOD, Secretary. J} 15 7t
Water Pipe, Well Casing,'
IRON TANKS AND ATX KINDS OF
SHEET IRON WORK.
J. F. HOLBROOK,
Kos. 310-12-14. R'.(|uetia St.,
LOS ANGELES, CAL. 4-4 3m
MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL
*am Office: LOS ANCtELBS.
Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda,
Azuss, Burbank. Planing stills—Los Angelas
I-»d t*nw«rtw« r.rpnM InrnlthMl Innrriar
128 NORTH MAIN ST
J.OS ANGELES. CALIF.
Jj&fo S** Kidney and Blad
fcjjWty Acutennd Chronic
I Organal Weakncea
puce of hut!'
M Blood and Skin
Promptly and Per
St. White Is the oldest nnd inos'. success:ul
Private, Nervous end • hroiin' Disease Special
mon the coast. All Skin nnd Blond l.iseases
promptly cured without mercury. Inigotency,
Bemiuai weakness, Varicocele, eyphtUs, Gou
orrhcca. Gleet. Nervous liohttlty. kidney »nd
Bladder ljlseuasa scicutiiictlly trcatc 1 end per
manrntly cured. No Surgical Sic-fT (?) fit';
me hods employed. No hired fcubstlimt-s.
Tpe atltlcted msy write in strict conUdeneo.
Letters answer d in plain (.uvelop-. Medi
cines sent secure from exposure Addrcs i
DR. WHITE'S DISPENSARY,
12S N. Main St., Now McDonald Block,
0 6 tl. Los Anit3le<, Oat
'$3.50 JL $15.00
4-00 IMl\ "27.00
4.50 / mm 20.0Q
5.00 4mm 22.50
6.00 \3tt 27.50
413 S. SPRING St.,
Just below fourth st. 0-0 ly
jj| A. W. Swanfeldt,
. SOUTH MAIN p'T.
—rj) A FULL SUPPLY OF TEMT .
Awnings & Cotton Duck.