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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Am mueotlon on a Shade Tree Planting
Pasadena, Aug. 22,—This morning the
Herald reporter interviewed some of the lead
ing business men with regard to tha probable
outcome of the Saturday election. The prevail
ing Impression is tbat tho vote will be unani
mous ln favor of having Pasadena come under
the opera lou of the law regarding the planting
of shade trees. P. M. Green expresses himself
ln favor of the proposition, Mr. Oreen was In
strumental ln the passage of a similar law ln
Indiana thirty years ago and knows by actual
obseivatlou the advantages which will be de
rived. C. M. Simpson believes that thero Is no
doubt of a favorable majority, but fears the
vole oast may not be aa large as oould be desir
ed, owing to tbe fact tbat there is no opposition
feared. F. C Bolt s.yi tbat Paaadeua being
chiefly a residence town and consequently Its
prosperity depending on its beauty and attrac
tlventss ihe city should Lave control of tbe
property of non-resident..
The law under discussion provides for Ihe
planting, malntainauce aud care of shade
trees upon streets, alleys, courts add places,
within municipalities. Under this law the olty
council haa full power to p snt shade trees pu
any street or thoroughfare within the city limits
at the expense of the owners, except tbat ln
the mailer of the rind of Wees planted, they
are to be subjected to the wishes of a majority
of the property holders on both sides of the
street where the proposed improvement is to be
made] This rower of action is limited to streets
whose grade has actually been made on au offi
cially established basis. Mr. Bimpson explains
that the motive of this limitation Is two fold.
First two prevent the necessity of replanting
the trees iv case of subsequent grading: second,
to encourage the grading of streets. The law
provides that the trees shall be planted by con
tract awarded to the lowest responsible bidder,
aud that tbe payment for tbe work shall be
made ln installments. The first not to exceed
one-half the entire amount to be paid on the
completion of the work. One-half tbe remain
ing sum becomes due IS months after tbe com
pletion of the contract and the remainder three
years after its completion. Tbls -law also em
powers the oooncll to prescribe the height,
thickness and manner of trimming hecges
along the street line and provide* for the erad
icating of weeds lv neglected plaoes.
THE LOWE TESTIMONIAL.
All day yesterdny the different committees of
the Lowe testimonial worked energetically,
making the final arrangements for tha celebra
tion Tbe escort will start from the corner of
Fair Oaks avenue and Colorado street at U
o'clock tomorrow morning, and proceed
to Professor Lowe's residence. The band
and Company B will fall into line at
tbe Tenrinal depot aud the pro
cession will march direct to the taber
nnole. Tne exercises at the tabernacle will
commence promptly at 10 a.m. - Iter the ex
ercise-, refreshments will be served at tbe
board of trade rooms., Theflj-e, djlll, v wiii take
two serious accidents were caused by dags tun.
nlngin frout of the racers, the committee de
sire that the owners of dogs either leave them
at home or take prccadtioua to prevent them
going upon the track. People ln carriages are
requested lo enter the grounds from the east
aide, where a place is reserved for them to
stand. Pasideutans wishing to go to Rublo
cafion tonight will have the benefit of jeduced
rates. The fare from Pasadena to Rubio cafion
will be 50 cetits and to Kcho mountain $1.50
for the round trip.
Mr. A. S. Cites and wife ire en route for
Ix-Qovernor Lionel A. Shelon lias an artiole
ln the September California.
The overland yesterday was 45 hours late.
The delay was caused by a number of washouts
Miss Alice Bartxan Is In Pasadena visiting
her motbtr. Miss Bartran was severely bitten
by a dog ln Los Angeles on Monday and will re
main here until she recovers from the Injury.
a large party, Including Mra Stanley, Mra.
Senter, Mr. and Mrs. Morehouse, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Senter, Miss Senter and Miss Boule of Lo*
Angeles, made a trip to Bublo cafion last even
Mr Walter Wotklns and Oeo. Post have re
turned from San Gabriel cafion. They report a
very pleasant time and the capture of four
large rattlesnakes, one having 11 rattles and a
button and another 12 rattles and a button.
Yesterday morning the tearing up of the gut
ter preparatory to establishing the grade for
sidewalk, was commenced In front of McDon
ald A Brooks's real estate office, but out of
respect for a protest on tbe part of Mr. R. Wil
liams work was suspended until the determina
tion ot the city council could be ascertained ln
regard to the matter. As the contract is al
ready let, It is probable that the work will be
continued at an early date.
J. B. Blacklock, a Scotchman employed at
Millard oafion, was taken with a hemorrhage of
Ihe lungs yesteiday afternoon, while working
on the trail, and died within 1G minutes. The
body was brought to the foot of tbe trail, where
lt wai taken charge of by Reynolds and Van
Nnys. Tbe deceased was wltbout means, but
has psy for 10 days' labor due him. He was a
stranger, but had many friends among bis fel
low-laborers. A coroner's inquest will be hold
today at 10 a. m.
Oulllermo Ardello died at his home, on the
oorner of Villa and Adella ntreets, Tuesday
morning, of cancer of tbestomach. The Charity
society has been oaring for him for some
months past, and will attend to the funeral,
which will take place today. Rev. A. M, Mer
vln, of South Pasadena, will conduct the ser
The residence of Mrs. C. W. Dobbins was en
tered on Monday night by burglars. The fam
ily are spending the summer In Philadelphia
aud the man who la left In charge sleeps In a
detached bnlldintr. Kntranoe was effected by
a window and the burglars escaped with their
spoil without detection. The case is In the
hands of ihe police.
We have information that the liquor oases of
Stoll and Gsimhausan will not be contested,
but at an early date the plea of guilty will be
F. X. Barnham has brought suit through At
torney Gihbg againet J. W. Rltzman for the re
covery of his horse which ran away a few days
ago, and which Mr. Rltzman holds aud refutes
to relinquish until $2 cbarses are paid ln ad
dition to the $10 reward offered.
That's What Tiiky All Say.—lt Is custom
ary iv these latter days to express our pe-feo
satlsfactlon with a thing by saying "It's Im
mense!" It's so expressive tbat nothing can
be added. Geo. 1.. Kink, Philadelphia, Pa.,
says: "My wife has been taking your New
Cure (or the heart, and says it ia Immense. She
has not been troubloed with palu or smother
ing spells sine- using It." Juo. L. Rorerts,
Slallngton. Pa., says he Is 75 years old and has
sintered Irora heart disease lor over 40 years.
Was treated without avail by prominent New
York physicians: grew constantly worse; took
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and was completely
cured. Sold by 0. H, Hauce, 177 N. Bprlag St.,
on a guarantee.
Wall Paper at Cost.
„„ W . h " e * cents a roll, gold paper 10
cents s roll. Labor below cost—wo charge 10
cents n roll aud employ union workmen at 16
cants a roll.. This Is your chance to save
money. F. w. Bauer, 237 South Spring street
*>o iron Want Wall Paper?
.Prf'g'AS*. "''A. "" 18 -- Eck " lr< MD. & Strasburg 307
and itoo south Main street.
Wild Do res I Wild Doves!
asslk.V 0 ' "i? ,o °. " Fed Hanlman's, Molt
ensrket, Telephone 188.
Stands at tha Head.
A Smooth Young Swindle*—The City
Santa Aha, Ang. 22.—The funeral ot the late
A. h. Clark wat held from hli late residence
this afternoon, and was largely attended. To
morrow at Koredale cemetery all that Is mortal
ol tbe good man will be reduced to ashes.
Mr. Willie and Miss Nettle Parker have gone
east, the former to spend two years at college
in Kentucky, and the latter to visit friends for
a couple of months.
J. W. Fullertou, who for the past two mon'hs
hu been connected with the Dally Journal,
Los Angeles, returned to Orange on Saturday
last, and Is again a member of the News staff.
Mr. S. Armor of Orange left this afternoon for
Sacramento, to protest against a raise of Orange
county's asses.mem list. Assessor Ross of
Banta Ana went alto.
Miss Minnie and Fannie Cox and Messrs. Ben
Davis. Charles Westgeta aud Xd M. Fullertou
returned from Arch Beach today.
One day last week 50 albacore were caught
from tbe schooner- yacht Sappho at Arch Beach.
A SMOOTH ONE.
A young man went into the grocery house of
Ohrlsiman & Sons last night aud purchased $8
worth of goods to be delivered ln the morning
to 124 Washington avenue. He had no cash,
but he had a 821 check, drawn on the) First Na
tional bank ln favor of Arthur F. B/own by
(leorge Phelps, the lncnbator man. . .
Mr. Ernest Ohrlsiman cashed the check, and
the lellow who got tha »15 skipped by the
light of tbe moon. ._>,.,. -.
The authorities are looking for Arthur F.
Brown, but it is safe to say he will not be found,
as the description given is a very meagre one.
The check was, of course, a bogus one.
Supervisor Armor and Assessor Robs, who
went north to be present at the meeting of tbe
state board of equalisation, went fuliy pre
pared to attend to ihe equalization of Orange
county property. They expect to be put through
a severe drill at the capital. ~ !
R. M. Dungan of this city Is kept busy at nl
Toro pntting up bolldlnrs ln that thriving
Madam Mojeska hu purchased another large
tract of land ln the eantlago cafion near her
homestead. It Is mostly mountain land and
the price paid was $:JSOO for 450 acres.
Robert Flook and Fred Burges-and families
have returned from their visit to the Ban Ber
P. I*. Magoon lell for the San Juan hot Springs
to DrfSheldon, wife and daughter. Mist Mamie,
have returned from their visit to the world s
A marriage license was granted U. G. Little to
wed Mary Bradook today.lry D. T. Brook, coun
ty H.'a*Thompsonand family will leave next
week for Sruta Barbara, where they will locate.
J R. Gaynes haa purohased McKean A Bunk
er's grocery house at the old Parson's stand.
Mrs. M. A. Kelton, who has been visiting
friends here, lelt for her old Dklah home tuday.
All having produce lor the Orange county
world's fair exhibit will leave them at Bundy't
store prior to Saturday.
James Murphy, sheriff of Maricopa oounty,
Arizona, is visiting relatives here.
Forest Qrover has gone i o Los Angeles.
Tom Norrls' 3-year-old mare Jlngler, took
second money in a race at Mapa last week, her
best time being 2:17.
BOARD OF CITY TRUSTEES.
The olty trustees met last night ln regular
session, all members being present except Trus
W. S. Bartlett read a communication in which
the signers complain of the neglect of Fourth
street in sprinkling. They say that the srreel
superintendent says there Is not water suffl
cienttooover Fourth atreet, but they ol.im
thst there Is an abundant of water 11 property
Mr. Bartlett asked that the trustees refund
LoftTva viArifialler of sprinkling that part of
tOWn. jj _ j., . ....
Mr. Whltsonsald that there Was not water
raffiotent to go round, but that when the new
well was done there would be an abundance of
water for sprinkling all tbe principle streets of
the city. .
Mr. Hunt moved that the superintendent be
instructed to sprinkle I'ourth ttreet to the city
limit tor at least one week. .._
The street commissioners for the opening of
Second street reported that the street had been
opened np through tbe Spurgeon tract and the
California Railroad company's land, and deeds
had been executed for tbe same, but that lt was
impossible to settle the matter through the
Harlln tract till the suit pending ln the supe
rior court is decided.
On motion the olerk was instructed to record
Bids were opened for tbe renting of a new
city hall. Two large rooms were offered in tne
new Kimball block for $15 a month.
Booms were offered ln the Jeunlng's building
on Main street for $15 per month.
The present quarto's of the city hall was
offered by D. GUdmacher for $17.50 a month.
H. Nelll offered a room ln his brlok block ou
Fourth street for $10 a month.
»J. M Lacy offered a room ln the Lacy block
for $25 and another In the same block for $30
Booms in tbe abstract building were offered
for $15 a mon'h.
Trustee Whitson moved that the room offered
by H. Nelll be accepted.
Trustee Hunt said that be was not ready to
vote on tbat queation and that he thought the
trustees should examine the rooms before pass
ing on them.
Whltson's motion was carried.
The lease will commence September Ist
Tbe tax levy was ttxed at $1 on each $100 of
The ameudlag of the street numbering ordi
nance was passed.
City Attorney West was granted a leave of
absence for six wicks.
Board adjourned to .September 4th.
8. Goldsmith, wife and son Joseph, left for a
10 days' outing to Catalina today.
The following are the names of the pall-bear
ers who accompanied tbe remains of the late A.
L. Clark to Los Angeles on this evening's train:
Z. B. West, Dr. I. D. Mills, D. F. Jones. J. F
christmau, C. C. Fife, — Rotan.
Many Meana of Amoaemaota for the
anta Monica, Aug. 32.—The town li wild
with Joy and attractions of every charaoter are
prolific Besides tennis there are theatrical
entertainment* at tbe opera honse nightly of a
high order, and musicals, beach, swimming,
and dancing parties galore.
At North Beach bath house the tennis players
congregate after the day's play la over and
sport for an hour or two In the surf while the
aquatic sportsmen are practicing for the final
ln the swimming contest next Sunday.
The Park Theatre stock company opened here
on Monday night ln Little Lord Fauntleroy
playing to a crowded house. The cast of Chir
ac ers was a good one and the acting of Georgie
Oooper as Lord Fauntleroy being excellent,
while Miss Lottie Le Braun, as the servant
Miss Georgie Woodthorpe as Minna, the adven
turess, aro Grant Foreman as tbe Sari, was
wot thy of special mention.
Last night they gave Joaquin Miller's play
'40, or 'the Days of Gold, playing to a still
better bonse than tbat of Monday. Tonight
they give Prince and Pauper.
Tney will continue throughout the week
closing on Sunday night in The Fisherman's
•Daughter, and Little Lord Fauntleroy on Satur
day afternoon. I
Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Hall and the Misses M and
X Hall of San Francisco are at the Arcadia
Misses Ella Stanton and L. James have re
turned after a week's visit here.
Items of Interest-
VISITORS TO SANTA MONICA will find at
the remodeled Red store, Third street, the larg
est and best selected stock of dry goods, fur
nishing s and high olass groceries in the town
THEI BEST BARBER SHOP at Santa Monica
is the Hotel Jackson shop, Utah avenue near
Third st. THOS. B. REEVES, Prop.
SGHADER .fe CO., beers, wlnei. liquors, min
eral waters, sodas, etc. Opposite postofflce.
Long Beach Notes.
i D> } \ ,he Proprietor of the sa
loon at 150 N. Main street, Los Angeles has a
branch at the corner of Second and Pine streets
Long Beach, Finest wines, liquors and cigars.
The famous Wieiand beer ou draught. Eve-£
body invited to call. ,o '*
Fire Insurance Rates Reduced.
Independent of the "compact." See Baaker
vllle, 2VB North Main (Lanfraioo buUdln"and
lAJS ANGELES HERALD, WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 23. 1893.
Personal and Local Points From a
Pomona, Aug. 22.—The Justice K.
names' court is occupied today ln the hearing
of the cause of The People vs. Will Stephens,
charged by the complaining witness with ab
stracting two or three tons of hay while he and
his father were engaged ln baling the crop.
We saw some very excellent samples of lem
ons brought down by Col. Frank P Fltey from
one of his ranches ne»r tbe foothill region,
northeast of Pomona. In fact oue of our fruit
men, Mr. Waters, pronounced tb.m the clean
est and nicest he had seen.
The pay car of the Southern Pacific passed
through Pomona thit morning. 01 course the
boys are happy.
Another one of Mrs. J. K. Dlmond's interest
ing class recitals will occur tomorrow after
noon at Mrs. Cunningham's corner of Fourth
Key. J. M. Shiva and family, who have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Crawford, parents of
Mrs. Hhlve, ln this city for some weeks, leave
tonight, over the Santa Fe via Chicago for
Ansuills, Mississippi. They will be accom-
£ anted by Mr. B. M. solve, whose destination ll
Mr. K. A. Campbell left thit morning over the
Southern Paciac for Chicago.
Hon. J. a. McCoroas was oue of the morning
EL P. passengers west. „■'*_•.
Mrs. Stoddard Jess returned from the beach
Prof. Molyneaux ran ln on the 5.39 p.m. train
yesterday. . „ «
Mr. T. C Holladay and members of his fam
ily got baok home on yesterday lrom the sea
Attorney Howard A. Bronghton has Just re
turned from a week's visit to bis parents at
Mra. H. I), Westerman informs us that she
and lltt<e daughter intend letvlng about the
latter part of this weik for Spokane, where her
husband, Attorney Henry U. Westerman, has
Walter Valllkert Is at present a guest cf Mr.
and Mrs. Denleon of our city.
Bey. S. A. Thompson, formsrly pastor of the
M. K. church, Pomona, was ln town today.
Mr. F. W. Olmsted starts today for a two
weeks' stay at Avalon. Banta Catalina.
The effects of an electric storm or desert rains
have been more or Jets noticeable ln the atmos
Mis. Finch, corner of Thomas and Fourth
streets, Is oft tor a weeks' outing.
There was a nice little gathering of a few
friends at the residence of E. T. Manchester last
evening, at whlob each and all were enter
tained. During the eveniug, at intervals, a
vocal solo by Mrs. J. Savage, a duet by Miss
lolaSymues aud Miss Savage, and a <010 by
Miss Ravage, were enjoyed by the hearers and
last but not least, a burlesque or "take off"' ln
the >hape of a "whistling solo," by Mr. Man
chester himself, was laughably ridiculous.
We hear of some lemous that have been sold
—green ai tbey now are—at $1 a box on tbe
The Chinese Agitation at Ontario—News
San Bernardino, Aug 22.—The telegram!
out from Ontario stating that the Chinese were
sent being driven out of that section was over
drawn. There waa little or no excitement
whatever on the subject of expulsion of the
heathens. A few hot-headed Individuals, who
at first desires to lead a movement against the
Chinese, were side tracked and the working
men will hold a meeting to determine the best
method of disposing of the trouble. Sheriff
Booth has been in readiness for any manifes
tation of violence and no word of an alarming
nature has been received. Tbe following was
received from Ontario b / the evening paper of
this olty, whioh lt in the nature of a request,
not an order:
"A large mass meeting was held at Ontario
laat night to discuss tbe local Chinese question,
and ways and means to rid the colony of their
presence. A committee was appointed to wait
upon all those employ tuir (.'bineae aud endeajL
fiSeft plaess." There are many Idle men hare
.. ifave families that would gladly take tbe
places of the Chinese at the same wages It
was the sense of the meeting that ail move
ments against the Chinese should be strictly
within the provlace of law and order.
George Clark, charged by License Collector
Blchardson with furnishing or selling liquor
wllhout a license, was arrested by Deputy Con
stable Whaley and arraigned before Jnstice
Felter today, when he pleaded not guilty.
Clark has been camping near George Bath
burn's plaoe on Deep creek, in Upper Bear val
ley, and claims to have had several gallons of
wnisky with him, as is usually tee custom with
campers, especially with those who have been
saloon proprietor*, as he has been for some
tlsse in this olty. He says he gave away a
number of drinks, but did not sell any. Ac
cording to the oounty ordlnanoe lt Is just as un
lawful to give whisky free as it Is to sell it.
The case will be heard the latter part of the
Miss Klla Warden is home from an outing at
Miss Winnie Bwartout hu returned from a
vacation at the coast
Albert G. Harris left today for a visit to Mem
phis, Tens., aud the world's fair.
Judge J. L. Campbell, of the superior onurt,
is the happy father of a second son which ar
rived Sunday morning.
A free silver meeting will be held at the pa
vilion Saturday evening.
The trustees of tbe Terrace school district
will let the contract for the building of a school
house this week.
President Green, of the Bear Valley company,
who has been ln Xurope for some time, reached
New York from Liverpool Saturday last and Is
expected home this -reek.
Mrs. C. D Dickey left last evening for an ex
tended visit ln the east.
Mra. HogKn's Severe Surgical Mxpe
CoMPfON, Aug. 22.—Mrs. Hogan who left
Compton June 21, for Chicago, Is visiting rela
lves ln and arouud that city. She left for the
purpose of having a cancer removed from the
face. After resting at her brother's home she
went to tbe Wesleyan Medical college at Chica
go, a department of the Northwestern univer
sity, where the ctncer was removed iv half an
hour without ether. Sufficient skin from her arm
was then ingrafted so there is uo scar on the
lace. After remaining not quite three w»eks
Mrs. Hogan left entirely recovered and when
her visit is complete she will return to Comp
ton where it is hoped Mr. and Mrs. Hogan will
Largs quantities of pears are being shipped
from Compton this week to Chicago.
Mr. Baimert was In Loa Angeies Monday.
Among the accessions to the Churctt of the
New Era were Mr. and Mrs. Ingram and Mr
and Mrs. Lee Rice.
Mr. Morrison of San Diego was ln Compton
Quite a number of Compton people are at
tending the camp meeting »t Downey.
Miss Ml nle bteplfens is visiting friends ln
Mlsb Emma Lathrop returned Irom Catalina
Mr, Lszenby's pears are engaged at Wbittier.
He expects to have five tous.
Miss Mabil Chubin is expected to visit friends
ln Compton next week.
Daring the prevalence of the grippe the past
seasons lt was a noticeable fact that those who
depended upon Dr. King's New Discovery not
only had a speedy recovery, but escped all the
troublesome after effects of the malady. This
remedy seems to have a peculiar power In
efleeting rapid cures, not onlj ln cases of Ls,
Grippe, out in all diseases of Throat, rjhest aud
Lungs, and has cured cases of Asthma and Hay
Fever of long standing. Try lt and be con-
It won't disappoint. Free trial bot
tles et C. F. Hetnzemnn's drug store, 222 North
Seethe World's Great Healer
And oculist, at rooms 10 and 11, No 316W
South Spring street, Lob Angeles, Cal.
CONSUMERS OF WATER FROM THE LOS
Angeles City Wster company plant are
hereby notified that If they permit any build
ing or street contractor to use water from their
hydrants, unless such contractors showaper
mit from this company, their water will be shut
off without fnzther notice, and a penalty will
be charged for such infraction of the regula
tions before water will again bs put on.
LOS ANGELES CITY WATER COMPANY,
6 10 3m
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Before), by excessive use of After.
Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on account
of youthful Indiscretion or over indulgence etc..
Dimness, Convulsions, Wakefulness, Headache,
Mental Depression, Softening of the Drain, Weak
Afemory, Bearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness,
Hysteria, Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhoea.
Loss of Power and Impotency, which if neglected,
may lead to premature old age an* 4 insanity.
Positively guaranteed. Price. Si 00 a box: 6 boxes
tor $5.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price. A written
guarantee furnished with every $5.00 order received,
to refund the money if a permanent cure is not
NERVIA MEDICAL CO., Detroit, Mich
XEUCJtMAN A c AJU>*R, loa N. Spring St.
Los Angeles Carpet Co,
230 S. SPRING STREET.
j ABSOLUTELY j Auction bale! jTI STOCK j
I -NO- I X —MUST— |
j reserve. | Auction Sale!j be sold, j
Carpets, Rugs & Mattings I
Thursday, August 24th.
IN order to dispose of as much as possible of this
season's stock of Carpets and Draperies before the
NEW PATTERNS arrive, we shall offer our entire
stock at auction, without reserve, Thursday, August 24,
at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Measure your rooms and bid on
a piece to fit them.
LOS ANGELES CARPET CO.
230 S. SPRING STREET.
MATLOCK & REED, Auctioneers.
A U CTI O N
Furniture, Carpets, Etc.
MATLOCK*. REED, AUCTIONEERS, WILL
.»»», «• salesroom, r,fm. _v kuu sou.v
Spring street, on Wednesday, August 23, at 10
a.m , tbe entire contents -of a 12-room bouse
1 and one 5-room house, moved to the salesroom
for convenience of s»le, consisting of 8 bed
room suits in oak, ah, walnut and charrv, hall
trees in oak and walnut, one extra fine; 1 side
board, chiffoniers, bed lounges and couches,
velvet, brussels and ingrain oarpets, several
marble-top dressers, one extra large; cluster
leg extension table, several smaller ones, ••en
ter tables and stands, two parlor suites, book
eases and writing desks in oak, 2 gas cook
stoves, plush, oarpet and cane seat rockers,
dining and kitchen chairs, clipper, box and
wool mattresses and sprints, 6 new. 10 piece
wstcr sets, oecorated; 5 beautiful hanging
lamps, and lots of other goods, dishes, glass
and tinware. These goods were moved from
Hunker Hill avenue and Temple sjeet. Sale
positive. MATLOCK A REEO,
Carpets and Furniture!
1328 S. FLOWER ST.,
First House Below Pico Street,
Thursday, August 24, 1893,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Consisting of parlor suits, center table, body
bri.ssels carpets, mlrro*, easy chairs, rockers,
bedroom suits, extension table, dining chairs,
curtains, lamps, dishes, crockery, glassware,
THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer.
a ' ' ', ', '. '~ aiiitjA-ksEMsWsiiM
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661 S. Broadway, Near Seventh St.
Telephones: Residence, 471, office, 1190.
D. G. PECK CO., I
140 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
FREE PROM ANY TRUST.
Always Open. Telephone 61.
EDWIN B LAKES LEE, M. D.
'•' A U R I S X
yffi&mqm*: ROOMS 16 and 17.
I < »" 242« 8. BROADWAY.
SJ *£*<r ' LOS ANGELES.
P% OklstiMter's English IHamond Brand.
✓ HSsTaV Orls-i ii ill nml Only iien nine. A
alw»jß rrlinblß. ladies, ask jS\
f'A\ I'runnist for ChivktMttr f English Oia-OnL-
mull<t orat*4 tit Ked aud Gold metallioVXfb'
—^fif}1 * 0 * 63 - with blue ribboo. Take
*n »o other. Re.fvte dangtrotu aubttiiu- v
I / fW "'on* <"•'■* imitations. At Prugglmt, orttond 4«.
I V Jr in stamps tor particular.., testimonial* and
Vf* JEr " Relief for Ladl«#j, M in Utter, by retarm
—V A' M«IL 10,000 T«ttmonials. Name Pa *r,
. .?T^.r C "^«i he-t ? r CV.Medlfajri Hqumrn.
Sold all Local Pruggiiu. I'hUadjv/I»m.
I THE HOLLENBECK
Best Appointed Hotel in
Mothl* American and European Plans.
Il!lifl fiSi^l^^^raM--, First-Class Service.
,( 'V Reasonable Kates.
Finpst Cafe in the City
A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
| CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, ETC.
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WAY DOWN EOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS.
337, 339 and 341 S. Spring St.
5 3-13 m
SANTA CATALTnA ISLAND.
summer Beaton at the seaside will do well to consider tha
'AVALON, Catalina Island.
Tickets over the Wilmington Transportation Co.'s line, on sale at all railroad ticket stations,
carry with them the privileged camping ground and water free ol cost. All tarbage and rub
bish remov-d rom oamp lot. dally without charge. Hotels and restaurants at popular Drieea,
FURNISHED TENTH can be reuteJ at tho island, and, with board at tbarwtaa.
rants, puts accommodations within the raach of every purae. For lurther information apply at
a 13 lm I3Q WEST SECOND ST., LOS ANGELES.
FOSMIR IRON WORKS- *J
4i6 and 430 ALPINE STREET
LOS AN OK LBS. 3-32 6» bpader throw lug Soil from the Cents*