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DOCTORS AND MEDICINE SELLERS
They Must Put Theip Names on
The Board of Health on the War
P%tn Last Nirrht.
Dead Anlmala to Re Craraatad—Dr.
Kamama'a Kucalyntus Inhaler.
I'rt,, ( re«i or U.)|;l»l ration.
I'r. White* Case
The city board of health met yester
day afternoon in Mayor Rowan's office.
There were present Dr. Dillingham,
president; Dr. MacGowan, Dr. Hitch
cock and Dr Powers, health officers, and
The members were all in good humor,
and the weather was just warm enough
take the sharp edge off tho memories of
Clerk Robinson's Siberian experience,
and all were disposed to dispatch busi
ness with alacrity.
The first thing for consideration was
an ordinance for the regulation of the
core of cases of contagious diseases,
which, after some mending, was ap
The disposal' of the carcasses of ani
mals came up on a complaint referred
from the city counctl, which alleged that
the dead bodies were not being disposed
of according to contract. After cftine
discussion the board recommended that
the present contract' be annulled and
that a new nm> be made providing for
the cremation of all carcasses.
The applications of G. A. Walker and
It. A. Whittlesey for appointment to the
office of meat and milk inspector were
received. Action was deferred till tbe
Mrs. Dr. J. 11. Smith, formerly Mrs.
Dr. Courcyvthe proprietor and manager
of a hospital on Believue avenue, was
examined as to her qualifications as it
midwife. After the lady retired the
matter was discoseed pro and con. Mrs ,
Smith bad registered as required by the
new ordinance providing lor the regis
tration of all doctors, druggists, dentists,
midwives and itinerant vendors of pat
ent or secret medicines.
Dr. Kamame waa next hauled over
the coals by proxy in the form of an eu
calyptus inhaler, an innocent looking,
nickel-plated piped fork with two
prongs, one for each nostril. In tbe
handle is a lot of the secret blue gum,
which, when pressed by a spring, is
squirted up the nose. The machine was
passed around for inspection, and each
of the members pretended to take a
Dr. MacGowan saw no objection to the
new Kamame racket. Dr. Hitchcock
concurred, while Dr. Dillingham gave
silent assent. Dr. Powerß remarked
tirat Dr. Kamame bad furnished the
secret recipe, and then looked smilingly
at the reporters and said it was merely
as an evidence of good faith and not for
publication, and returned it to an envel
The board unanimously voted to pros
ecute all parties wlro should refuse, neg
lect or fail to disclose to tbe health offi
cer tbe secret of any preparation Of
Dr. Powers then produced a great vol
ume, beiug the register required by the
new ordinance. He said it contained
the autographs of 140 physicians out of
nearly 800, including irregulars known
to be in tbe city ; also 53 druggists, 24
dentists and one solitary midwife were
Clerk Robinson had hardly com
menced to read the long list of names,
when Dr. MacGowan suggested that as
the health officer had attended to the
registration he probably knew whether
the personß registered were entitled to
certificates under the ordinance.
This brought tbe temark from Dr.
Powers that Dr. T. M. White, at 128
North Main street, was ineligible.
"He has a state diploma," said Dr.
"Yes, but be is ineligible to that,"
replied Dr. Powerß.
The board then ordered tbe clerk to
correspond with the state board of ex
aminers, and inform them of Dr, White's
Objections raised to the names of sev
eral doctors because they advertia 1 ,
were finally adopted.
The board decided to issue permits to
all persons registered, and ordered that
all parties be suod who shall fail to
register before August 15th.
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JULY 13, 1893.
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AMONG THE BANKS.
THE FIRST NATIONAL GETTING
FI.KNTY OF MONEY.
It Will Open for Business Again Next
Monday—The Southern California
Saving, Bank Makes
Bank Examiner Wightman was up to
his shoulders in money yesterday at tbe
First National bank. Big piles of gold
and bank notes were all around bim,
the thumb and forefinger of hia right
hand had well developed corns by even
ing from the labor of counting the funds.
The bank is all ready for business now,
and on Monday will open for business
with a-dollar in cash on hand for every
dollar due depositors. > *
At the Southern California and Uni
versity banks business was most gratify
The Southern California Savings bank
yesterday purchased from theLanfranco
estate the property it occupies on the
southeast corner of Spring and Court
streets, being 41 feet on Spring street,
Mr. Braley, the president, has just
secured for this bank a nltro-glycerine
proof safe. He has bad the massive
steel door of the burglar-proof safe taken
epart and entirely rebuilt and its joints
and jambs repacked and made air tight,
and the combination locks and handles
removed, so as to make it impossible to
introduce into the safe any kind of ex
plosive, either liquid or solid.
To this door has been attached a Bur
ton-Harris automatic bolt-actuating de
vice, which dispenses entirely with the
use of the combination lock and bolt
handle, and automatically leeks and un
locks the Bafe door without any outside
interference, tbe lock and bolt spindles
and the bolts through which tbey passed
having been removed and new plates
substituted. It makes tbe door solid
throughout with no boles whatever pass
ing through it. The bolts of tbe safe
door are locked and unlocked by tbe
automatic device in connection with the
time lock; the time of locking and of
unlocking being adjusted by the opera
tor before closing the safe door.
The jamb of the door is made abso
lutely air tight by a new discovered
composition which hardens as soon as
applied, thus preventing the introducing
of nitro-glyceriue or other explosives in
to the safe.
THE CITY'S HEALTH.
It ,1* Good, Bat More Cleanliness Is
"How is the city's health?" asked a
Herald reporter yesterday of Health
"Tho city as a whole ia healthy. Most
of the illneas that exists is in the
filthiest quarters of Sonoratown," was
"Is the city clean?"
"Not aa clean as it might be," said
the doctor, "but we could clean it if we
bad enough inspectors. We asked the
council for five inspectors; there is
where we made a tuietaifce. We should
have aaked for nine or IS—one or two
for each ward, and then we wonld have
got them. We can get that number
much easier than we can get five," and
then City Clerk Lukenbach, who waa
sitting near, blushed and returned to
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elsewhere. 159, 161,163 North Spring
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TO RECEIVE ADLAI.
THE VICE-PRESIDENT TO BE GIVEN
Proceedings at the Meeting; Held Yes
terday— Committees of Rspre
tentative Men In Charge
of the Preparations.
A meeting wae held yesterday after
noon- at tbe rooms of Senator S. M.
White to arrange for a reception to
Vice-President Stevenson and party,
who will arrive in this city next Friday.
Representatives of the board of trade
and chamber of commerce and the
Democratic county central committee
Senator White read a telegram which
he had received from Mr. Stevenson,
annonncing that tbe party would arrive
in this city Friday morning and ex
pected to leave for the north on Sunday.
The senator stated that he believed no
plan should be adopted which did not
inolude a visit to Riverside and San
Diego. As the boat north left San Diego
Sunday the party might arrange to start
1 from there. The time being so short,
the senator was of the opinion that
immediate action should be taken.
An organization was thereupon
effected with D. Freeman in the chair
and C. D. Willard acting as secretary.
It was decided that a committee on
reception should be appointed which
should meet the train at San Bernar
dino Friday morning. To do this it
would be necessary for the committee to
leave this city Thursday evening. It
was decided, if possible, to etfeet ar
rangements for the party to see River
side Friday morning before 10 o'clock,
in order that they might arrive in this
city by Friday noon. Friday afternoon
between 3 and 5 tbe party will be taken
to drive abont tbe city, and a reception
will be given in tbe evening at tbe city
ball. Saturday morning tbe party will
breakfast at Senator White's, and will
be taken to Redondo for lunch. In the
afternoon they will be taken to Santa
Monica to see the new wharf, and Sun
day morning they will leave lor San
The plan thns outlined was adopted
by the meeting and the following com
mittees were appointed to arrange the
Committee on finance and hotels —
Joseph Mesmer, O. F. A. Last, Eugene
Germain, H. W. Chase, A. 0. Bilicke.
Committee on reception—Senator S.
M. White, E. H. Howell, Eugene Ger
main, D. Freeman, T. E. Rowan, Gen.
E. P. Johnson, H. T.. Hazard, H. G.
Otis, T. P. Lukenn, H. Z. Osborne, J. D.
•Lynch, K. H. Wade, J. M. Crawley,
Judge E- M. Ross, Freeman G. Teed,
Judge Walter Van Dyke, W. V. Mas
ters, John T. Gaffey, R. F. Del Valle, J.
A. Mutr, Charles Silent, Martin C.
Commit!o9 on transportation and car
riages—Capf, A. W. Barrett,-J. B. Lan
kershim, Eugene Germain, Gen. J. R.
Mathews, Gregory Perkins, jr., E. A.
Forrester, Jas. McLacblan.
The following permits were issued
yesterday by tbe city superintendent Of
Frank Fierce, stable, West Bonnie
Brae, Park View atreet; cost, $150.
A. J. Bcholl, dwelling, Los Angeles
street, between Pico and Fourteenth
Btreets; cost, $1950.
Dr. J. C. Zahn, renewal house, corner
Flower and Third streets; cost, $700.
A. Hntton, repairs on house, South
Main street, between Twelfth and Pico ■
8. A. Gurney, two dwellings, Fourth
near Towne; each cost, $600.
It. L. Palm, dwelling, Borch, between
Twelfth and Fourteenth streticost,
Mre. Kate Williams, dwelling, corner
Hope and Fourth streets; cost, $2000.
FIRE COMMISSION MATTERS.
The Keport of the Chief to the
A Little Dissonance Bobs Up With
New Hydrants to Be Placed—Tbe New
Ilose Wagon — Miscellaneous
Matters Acted Upon
The fire commission met yesterday
morning in Mayor Rowan's office. There
were present Commissioners Brodrick,
Kuhrts, McLain and Wirsching, and
Chief Curran filed a report, of which
the following recommendation were ap
William Gardiner, driver of engine
No. 7, at his own request changed to
Thomas Burch, driver of No. 7 hoße
cart, promoted to driver of engine.
Henry Augustine, foreman No. 7, pro
moted to driver of hose cart.
Charles Casey, callman of No. 4, pro
moted to driver of hose cart, vice M.
C. Samuelsou appointed callman at
No. 4, vice Casey, promoted.
The chief also reported having notified
the foremen of all companies regard
ing substitutes, as ordered by tbe
Tbe motion of Councilman Munson
to have fire hydrants placed at Bixel
and Orange streets, and Witmer and
Orange streets, was referred to tbe
The commission decided to recom
mend to the city council that the peti
tion of Gardiner & Oliver be denied. It
asked for the repeal of the ordinance
prohibiting the use of cotton signs.
A little friction between the commis
sion and the council transpired when
the communication of R. Molony was
read, fie wanted to know whether
ladders or extinguishers should be bunt
on tbe new hose wagon, and his com
munication was relerred by the council
to the fire commission, and wee referred
back to the council with recommenda
tion, as that body ignored tbe judgment
and recommendation of the fire commis-
sioners in the matter in tbe first place.
J. S. Bennett presented a letter ex
plaining that he had set a boiler at Main
and Washington without a permit, be
cause he did not know of any law re
quiring one. Tbe boiler is locomotive
pattern and cannot be set in brick, he
says; also that it is no more dangerous
than a stove or fire engine. Referred to
the chief wirh power to act.
Application of George W. Retzer for
appointment as foreman in the fire de
partment was placed on file.
A testimonial from Justice Seaman in
favor of Frank Leiva of engine house
No. 2. who is a condidate for promotion
to driver or permanent fireman, was
Meesrs. McLaln and Wirsching were
appointed a special committee to secure
new quarters for engine No. T.
A demand for furnishing blueetone for
tbe use of fire department was sent back
unapproved and the mayor requested
not to sign the compact, owing to the
fact that the material furnished is infe
rior and not such as can be used by tbe
Mr. Wlreching moved that the chief
present a plan to give the permanent
firemen of tbe city a vacation of five
days during the summer months.
Mre. Abbott was notified to repair
tbe roof of the engine house leased
by her to the City, on North Main
The Property Ownern Adopt Resolutions
The First street property owners held
a meeting last night and adopted the
Whereas, The business interests of
the city demand the widening of First
street between Main and Los Angeles
street, to a uniform width of 70 feet, fo
conform with First street from Hill
street to the eastern terminus ; and
Whereas, A five-story building is now
in tbe course of erection on the north
east corner of First and Main streets,
the part that is to be widened, and it
not widened at the present time it will
be an impossibility in tbe future; and
Whereas, First street has been widen
ed from Los Angeles street to the river
at a great expense, none of which was
borne by the property owners between
Main and Los Angeles street, for the
reason that they promised to widen
their part at their own expense. There
fore, be it
Resolved, That we urge the council to
pass an ordinance for the widening of
First street to 70 feet from Main street
to Los Angeles street; and further peti
tion the honorable council in equity
and justice to the other property
owners on the street who have already
bore tbeir part of the burden, to fix the
assessment district so as to include but
the blocks fronting on First street be
tween Main and Los Angeles streets.
Meeting; of the Pacific Branch or the
The Pacific, branch of tbe Woman's
Foreign Missionary society held its
quarterly meeting at the First Method
ist church yesterday morning. An in
teresting letter wbb read from one of the
miseionera in India, reporting favorable
In her report the treasurer stated that
there was $567.49 on hand.
A report was also received from the
secretary of the Young Woman's work
in regard to the Junior work. Two
bands have been formed.
Other departments also reported
An interestidg account of the mission
in Italy waa given by Mrs. Welsh, while
Mrs. Crowell read extracts from letters
received from missionaries.
The only I'nre Cream of Tartar Ammonia; No Alutj.
Used in Millions of Homes— 40 / Years the Standard.
A Shot-Oat Ouu Wan by the High
The High School and Woodbury Busi
ness College Baseball nines played one
oi tbe most closely contested games ever
played on the local diamond, at Athletic
park yesterday. The high school boys
got one run in the first inning, which
was enough to win the game, for tbey
shut the Woodbury boys out the rest of
the game, although they came danger
ously near scoring in the ninth inning,
but Umsted's catch in left field saved
Friel pitched a good steady game until
the ninth inning, when he gave three
successive men bases on balls. Only
one hit, a two-bagger, was made off bis
delivery, and be fanned out 10 men.
Mansfield struck out six men and
dropped five hits to his opponents. The
Woodbury men made three double
plays and Edwards made a double play
unaißisted. The High Schools made
but one error.
The Bcore stands:
A. BR. B II.S ll.!'.<>. A. E
Harris, ri 4100100
Chapman, o 4 1 1 010 2 0
Siocawell, as 4 0 2 1 1 1 0
Spence. 2b 3 1 O O 2 2 o
Umstuad.lf 4 0 0 0 - <* 0
Edwards, lb 4 1 0 212 0 O
Wrlghi, cf 4 0 o 8 O o 0
Harner, lib 4 0 0 1 0 1 1
frier, p 4 0 2 1 0 2 0
Totals 35 4 5 827 8 1
WOODBURY B. C.
A.B.R. 11. U.S.R P.O. A. ■
Monteoraery, cf 3 0 0 0 3 1 0
Noisier, ss . 1 0 0 0 0 3 2
honsheed, c 2 0 0 0 8 1 0
ManßllelU. p 4 0 0 0 0 O1
Maseeh. 3b 4 0 0 0 1 1 2
Donnell,2b .3 0 1 O 4 5 4
P. Amestoy, If 3 O 0 0 O O I
Kcnealy. ri 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Page, 1b..., 3 0 0 0 8 0 2
Totals 20 0 1 024 1112
score by iNiaiHas.
Woodbury 8.C....0 .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
High schools 1 O 1 0 1 0 0 2 x-4
Two-base hits—Friel, Donnell.
Faessd bills—Chapman, 2.
Base on balls—Friel, 5; Mansfield, 1.
First base on hit by pitches-Harris.
Struck out—By Mansfield, C; by Friel, 10.
Double plays—Edwards, unassisted; (Mont
gomery to Donnell to Page; Loughoed to Page
to Donnell. ,
Left on basei—High Schools. 9; Woodburys, 4.
Time of game—l nour 45 minutes.
Scorer—Charles U. Lloyd. '
The standing of tbe clubs in the Am
ateur School league is as follows up to
The Universities and Woodbury Busi
ness College teams play at Athletic
park next Friday aiternoon.
CAPTAIN HBLLBI'S STORY ABOUT
BAN NICOLAS ISLAND.
He Atierti That Hlg Story About the
Phenomena la Trae, and That
the Harbor la I'ull
Last evening Capt. James R. Mullett,
whose statements relative to the earth
quake disturbances a* San Nicolas isl
and last week, 'hove been attributed to
the workings of a: vivid imagination,
called at the Herald office.
It will be remembered that he was in
charge cf the steamer Jennie Griffin,
which was in the service of a fish com
pany, and returned to San Diego with
the statement that by reason of earth
quakes on the island the harbor was
filled up and tbe crawfish all disap
Capt. Mallett asserted that his story
ia true and that he can be corroborated
by 13 or 14 men who were with him.
"Yon ongbt to investigate thia mat
ter," said the energetic captain. "It
will no donbt be investigated by the
United States government and scientists
in time. Such an event is worth it.
It was a tidal wave, accompanied by
earthquake shocks. The island is par
tially submerged, and that harbor is
wiped out. It was filled up by tbe sand
The captain appeared to be ready to
take up tbe cudgels with any one who
disputes the accuracy of his account of
the terrific disturbances on San Nicolas.
BILLY YOUNG'S TRIAL.
An Attempt to Impeach Lulu Dormta'g
The trial of "Billy" Young, charged
with the murder of bis mistress, Irene
O'Brien, or as she was known on Ala
meda street, Irene Mansfield, was re
sumed yesterday morning in Judge
The prosecution continued tbe pre
sentation of its testimony during the
day, and bad not concluded at the time
Nothing of spocial moment occurred
during the day. The testimony was
upon tbe same lines as at the previous
trial, and there were no new develop
Quite a number of police officers were
examined relative to the tragedy, and
described what they observed in the
course of their observations in tbe case.
An attempt was made by tbe defense
to impeach Lulu Dorman'e testimony
by Henry de Bloom before his de
parture for San Quentin, to which
he baa just been sentenced for horse
stealing. He said he had a talk with
the woman in which he claims she said
she had testified as she did through the
coercion of Officer Bosqui.
Later the girl was recalled and denied
that she made such a statement to De
The prosecution will probably wind
up its testimony today.
WAY AND BEEBE WON.
tiiky have the first place in
tub Handball cosiest,
Fl»e Gamea Played Yesterday Tlic
Features or the Affair.
Whci Oets tho Sec
The first place in the handball tour
nament oi the Athletic club was played
lor and won yesterday afternoon, Way
and Beebe being the successful com
petitors. Their opponents were Canby
The series between tbe two teamo wae
regarded with more than usual interest,
as both were acknowledged to be the
strongest ones in the tournament, and
were also from the club.
Five games were required yesterday to
decide the place between them. It wa°
a well played contest from beginning to
end, and was replete with brilliint
plays. Each man was on his mettle
and played better than was thought
The teams were well matched and
every man seemed to be at every point
in the court at the right time.
The scores for the set were as follows:
, First game won by Canby and Welcome,
score 21 to 16; the second fell to Way
and Beebe by a like ecore. Way and
Beebe captured the next game by the
score of 21 to 17. Canby and Welcome
got the fourth by a score of 21 to 5.
The last and deciding game was the
liveliest of a series of lively games.
First one Bide led, then the other.
Canby and Welcome managed to get 20
points to their credit, having a good
lead over their opponents, hut here
they Btopped. Way and Beebe started
in and by good and hard playing scored
21 before Canby and Welcome could get
the neces-ury one.
The eecond place will be contested for
by the remaining teams, but Canby and
Welcome are regarded as the winners,
THE POLICE COURTS.
Minor Cases Which Were on Trial
Manuel Lingo was arraigned before
Justice Seaman yesterday upon a grave
charge. Lingo is accused of having
placed his wife in a hojase of prostitu
tion, where he kept her for over a month.
Justice Seaman set his preliminary ex
amination for this morning.
W. Goodkind, a young Jew, was ar
raigned before Justice Seaman yesterday
upon a charge of burglary. Goodkind,
it is alleged, broke into Jacoby's cloth
ing store, on Main street, and Btole ei.T
pairs of pants, which he afterwards
hypothecated. A similar complaint will
also be sworn out against him today hy
Officer Goodman. Justice Seaman set
his preliminary examination for July
James H. Kennedy, the man who
robbed hia benefactor of $25, appeared
in Justice Seaman's court yesterday for
sentence, and was sentenced to pay a
fine of $60.
Frank Temple and Frank Stewart,
tiro vagrants, were sentenced to twenty
day a apiece with tbe chaingang.
A complaint alleging petty larceny
was sworn to yesterday in Justice Sea
man's court, s. H. Tolhurst, the com
plaining witness, accuses H. Simmons of
stealing two buggy robeß from bis house
on June 30th.
A complaint was sworn to by Wong
Chue, accusing another Chinese of
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as what not to do. Thus Qfl
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11 CfTTOLEME, fl
GsJ the most pure and per- 3&.
feet and popular cook- °
£ % ing material for all frying % 5
°° and shortening purposes, sg
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If COOKING if
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QQ. of the age, and it teaches
° w us not to use lard, but rath- Sg
S3 er the new shortening, 5§
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o which is far cleaner, and _5_
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sw less imitations under -b-b
3 3 similar names. Look out 3 3
t| for these! Ask your e|
flfl Grocer for Cottolenb, yy
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tjSj.IcHICAOO.NEW YORK,BOSTON. uu
(COTTOLENBI q iCottoluni: I q
Canning of Fruit made an agreea
ble and delightful task. No more
boiling: and no more spoiling.
Saves sugar, saves fruit, saves
breakage of jars, saves time and
labor lost by the old method.
'fry it on your berries, and you will
surely use it on your later fruits.
If you cannot get it at your grocer's
H . J El V N EI,
Los Angeles, Cal.
AGENT for SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
■ 5:23 3m
"perry, MOTT & CO.'S
AND PLANING MILLS.
816 Commercial street, Los Angalej, CaL
Brings comfort and improvement and
j tends to personal enjoyment when
' rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
i less expenditure, by more promptly
.adapting the world's best products to
; the needs of physical being, will attest
tho value to health of the pure liquid
i laxative principles embraced in the
j remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to tho taste, tho refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing tho system
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
i met with tho approval of tho medical
| profession because it acta on the Kid-
I neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup'of Figs ia for sale by nil drug,
gists in 50c and 61 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co.only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
NOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID US
"NTIL CURE IS EFFEP *SD.
DR. C. EDGAR SMITH S COY
Positively euro in from thirty to sixty
days all kinds of
VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, PILES and FIS
SURE, fistula, ulcerations, etc., etc,
without the rwe of knife, drawing blood or de
tention from business.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE
Can ref«r interested parties to prominent Los
Angeles citizens who have been treated by
them. Cnro guaranteed
«s(> B, MAIN sr., COR. SEVENTH,
3-7 121 . LOSANiiELES, CAL.
TUKF E\CU.VM.I ■:.
115J4 South Spring Street
C. E. PENNELL and j. b. DUKE
Desire to announce to tha publlu
that they have opened tlta
Old Turf Exchange,
AT 115}£ S. SPRING ST.
The great racing events at Morris Park
will be noted. All admirers of horse flesh and
tho public in general are respectfully Invited
to attend. Good odds will be given on all ths
events, and a full description given ou every
race. 5-30 5m
NEW VIENNA BUFFET.
Court st, bet. Malu and Spring sts,
f. kerkow, proprietor,
Free Rcllned Entertainment.
EVERY EVENING, from 7:30 until 12, and
Saturday Matinee from 1 to 4 p. m.
First appearance in Los Angeles of the young
and talented song and dance artiste,
MISS NELLIE HOWARD,
And special engagement of
MISS LIZZIE HASTINGS,
Burlesque aud Comedy Artiste, itad
MISS EMELINE TENSFELDT,
Swedish, Euglißh and German Vocalist.
BERTH FAMILY ORCHESTRA,
MISS MARGUERITE BERTH, Directress.
Fiuo commercial lunch daily. Meals a la
carte at all hours. 3-24 ly
Uorner First and Spring streets.
(Family and ladies' entrance on First st.)
THE LAST WEEK OF TnE
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert ev<ry dayfrom 12 to 1:30
p.m. (during luncn hour;) also
! A GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING j
From 7:30 p. m. to 12 m.
Only a few weeks more of thaw celebrated
The best commercial lunch in the city from
11 a.m. till 2 p.m.,and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A la carte from 0 p.m. to 12 m. 5-lßto
jtrasa I hivo j ust received tho
Fines: Assdrtmeit of Trowii*
ijffm Full Line of English Worsteds
JK>;!i "Which Ipurcb&ttd
}/;;■ Yj AT A BARGAIN
TSfr'!' (j» •/ Ai>4 N™ ORcr t!.ito to tiio l'ubilo
||§M' 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION
If*''*]!''. |\ SEE TilH WINDOWS'
JkM\ JOE POHEIM, THE TAILOR
jPrsK < 143 SOUTH SPRING. ST.
I.OS ANGKI.F.S, CAL,
J. M. Griffith. Pres't. J. T. Griffith, V.-PresCi
T. J£. Nichal<, 3 r y and Trea«.
E. L. Chandler, uperintendent
And Manufacturers of
DOOUS,WINDOWS. ISLINDI* & STAIRS
Mill Work of Every Description.
934 N. Alameda street, Lji im