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Report of observations taken at Los Angelas,
August 22, 1893:
Time. | Bar. |Thoi
■cVOO a m. 90.93! 5")
6:00 p.m |29 si 71
Maximum temperature, 80.
Minimum temperature, 54.
Forecast f*» Southern California: Fair
weather, wnrmc ; westerly winus.
Ttte chamber of commerce has just re
ceived its new wagon.
Petitions are being circulated down in
Vernon on behalf of the Main street rail
way, which, it ie hoped, will run down
Wilmington avenue and across to Ver
Paul Moroney, one of the Southern
Pacific's moat trusted employees, wss
seen on the streets last evening after
having been detained several days on
the road in Arizona on account of tbe
In a disastrous fiie at Jamestown,
North Dakota, last week, ex-Conncilman
C. H. Alford of this city was badly
burned. Private information conveys
tbe news tbat hia injuries are not se
rious. Mr. Alford is making a tour ot
Tbe Union League punch ia noted far
its genial qualities all over the coast. A
big pitcher of it enlivened the Herald
office to a marked degree last evening.
Secretary E. W. Kinsey was responsible
for it. If anybody can produce better
punch the Herald would like to know it.
Tbe finance committee of Ihe city
council ia still busily engaged in figur
ing out rate of the tax levy. Aa elated
in the Herald Sunday morning, tbe
rate thia year will undoubtedly be
higher than it waa laat year. It will be
aeveral daya before tbe committee can
formulate a report.
The B. and C. company filed artielee
of incorporation yeaterday. Ita objects
are to do general stock raising, buy and
■ell real eatate, stock, grain, and for
general agricultural purpoaea, Loa An
gelea being, the principal place of buai
neaa. The directors are Wm. H. Bailey,
Oakland ; C. A. Bailey, Allan Cameron,
Aloert M. Stephens and Wm. W. Steph
ens, Xos Angeles. Ihe capital atock ia
$20,000, of which $18,000 has beea aub
lie Baa Returned.
H. W. Frank of the London Clothing
company returned from an extensive
eastern trip yesterday. During bis ab
sence of two months he visited the prin
cipal eastern cities, including New York
and Chicago. While in the former city
he purchased the finest stock of fell
goods that will ever be shipped to L)i
Anueles, whicb will be disposed of at the
popular London Clothing company at
the proper time. Mr. Frank states the
depression quite generally prevails in
business circles east of the Rockies, but
everyone predicts that within two
months prosperity will again reign over
the country. It is unnecessary to state
that Mr. Frank is glad to get back to the
A Narrow Kaeape.
Walter Jamison of San Diego, while
meandering down Spring street last
night, was attracted to the show win
dows of (Jordan Bros., 118 South Spring
street, by the remarkable low prices
quoted on their elegant imported woollen
patterns now being disposed of at about
cost. Hs immediately went inside and
ordered a $30 suit, which would have
cost him almost twice as much else
where. HeSvas lucky in giving Gordon
Bros, the order for the suit, and conse
tuently had a narrow escape from pay
ig considerable more for the same at
some other tailoring establishment.
World's Fair Colombian Edition Illus
This beautiful publication printed on
the finest book paper, is now on sale by
all the newß dealers and at the Hbkald
business office. It contains 48 pages of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustrations. As a publica
tion to send to eastern friends it has
never been equalled. Price 15 cents in
Popular prices, central location, good
service. Only hotel running its own
free bus to and from depots. Day rates
$1.25, $1.50 and $2; meals, 25 cents.
Corner Main and First streets, entrance
on First street. 11. A. Hart & Sons,
Hotel Metropole, Oatalloa Island.
Enlarged. Fine orchestra. Fishing,
boating, bathing. For rates apply to F. B.
Prussia, manager, or 130 West Second
strict, Los Angeles.
For a good table wine,order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50c pergal. T. Vachedt Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 300.
The funeral parlors oi Howry & Era
ses, on South Broadway, are the finest
on the coast.
Londonderry Water. Woollacott, ag't.
Boat India Herb Tea Cars*
Consllpatiou, biliousness aid bead-ache,
cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble, temple fret. 11, M. rJALt ,* SON, agents,
South Spring street.
ir Vnu Need a Truss
Call at Beck Willi's pharmacy, 303 North Mnin.
A fit guaranteed. Our book all about hernia,
or rupture, now ready, free at our store or by
mall. JOHN l)E( k wmi & <js, druggists.
J. .1. Doran, No. 215 Sooth Main Street,
Will positively close out all i.lmh goods, al
bums, toilet cases, dolls and toys of all kinds
at cost lor the next ten days.
The Only Keeley loatltnte
In Southern California Is at Klveralde. The
l.osAngelesoflleeis at rooms bland (Jj Mew
New and Old Books,
Msenzlnes, etc. Book Sxcbauge, cor. Eecond
suit Main streets,
We lake plessnreln annocnctni; that we are
sow hilly prepared to do all kinds of glass
leveling, and manufacture all kinds of French
plaie mirror*. Old and damaged mirrors re
tllvered. All work guaranteed. H. Baphael St
Lo., 443 and 440 South Sprlngst.
The finest sola fountain yon ever saw, and
Hie fluent soda drinks at Laui'i, Ho. 142 South
The choicest place for Ice-cold drinks at
isui'i, 143 South Spring street.
Itoiler'a Ice Cream
r"Inc«l In (he city. Made at Los Angeles cream
ery, Jl'i W. Second street. Telephone 537.
The long threatened comes at last.
We mean basinets when we say to you
tbat tbe entire atock of boots and aboes
at McDonald's, 118 North Spring atreet,
muat be Bold before the 30th day of Sep
tember. Sale commences today, and
Saturday, Augnat 26th, there will be an
auction between the hours of 11 a.m.
and 3 p.m., and from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Goods bought at auction can be fitted
alter the sale, and all goods aold at pri
vate aale will go at auction pricea. We
ate candid when we aay to you that we
are retiring from business, and the en
tire sioi k will be closed out regardless of
value. Don't miaa thia aale if you want
bargaina. McDonald's, 112 North Spring
The beat and most healthful beverage
in the market is the world-renowned
Pabst beer. It hae no equal. Recog
nized to be tbe best brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee has
taken tne liret prize in all contests
against all competitors. Ask for the
Bine Ribbon or Export. Germain Frnit
company, sole agents for Southern Cali
fornia, 218, 220 and 222 North Los An
geles street. Telephone 12.
Cne thousand dollars reward for any
eewing machine that will do as great a
range of work, doing it as easily if as
well, as can be done on tbe Advance
Davis, of Vertical Feed Davis eewing
machine. For particulars call at tbe
Davis office. 128 South Main street.
When having pictures framed, always
go where yon can get the largest assort
ment. This yon cau find at Sanborn,
Vail & Co., 133 South Spring atreet.
Good goods At reasonable prices. They
can satisfy the most fastidious taate.
The fall term of atudiea at St. Vin
cent's college will commerce Monday,
September 4th. Day and boarding
school for boys and young men. For
particulars apply to Very Rev. J. W.
Hickey, C. M., President.
Dr. Charles deSzigethy ia now located
in tbe Bryeon-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence, Baker block. Office hours, 11:30
to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap
pointment. Office telephone, 1156; res
idence telephone, 1066.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 South
Spring atreet, apeclal attention given to
obstetrical caaea and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically need. Consultation hoots 1 to
5. Telephone, 1227.
The W. H. Keeley A Co. Gold Cnre
company have established an office at
I.'lii'a South Main street, where drunk
enness, opium, morphine, cocaine and
tobacco habits will be positively cured
or money refunded.
Go to Ebinger'a restaurant; beet
French dinner and order bouse in the
city. Everything firat-claas. Attentive
white waicera. No Cbineee employed.
Don't forget the place, southwest corner
Third and Spring.
A. Brunson, room 88, Bryson htack,
Lob Angelea, Cal., having reeignedvthe
eolicitorship of the Southern California
Railway company (Santa Fe system),
will do a general business in state and
Why gaze at bare walla when you can
buy a remarque proof etching for 75
centa? The greatest bargain sale in
pictures ever offered is now in progress
at Lichtenberger's art emporium, 107
North Main street.
Say, be quiet about it and slip over to
the New Golden Eagle Clothing House
and have Ed Webster show you the fol
lowing lines of suits: Lot Nob. 43C6,
5236 and 5364. You will be sure to buy
Lawn tennia shoes, any size, 65c; car
pet slippers, men'a or ladies', 35c; fine
light men'a shoes for the seaaon, $2.50,
at the cheapeat r'sce on earth for boots
and shoes, 118 K*st Firat atreet.
Depoait your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at the silversmiths
and draw out new apoona, forka, etc.
Always open. Basement Times building.
A great reduction of fine tailoring.
Only a few tickets left to the bicycle to
be given away by Korn A Kantrowitz,
tbe Broadway tailors, 214 8. Broadway.
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, hairdressing and
manicuring, 107 North Spring street,
rooms 24, 25 and 26, Sbumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
To cave time, money and much suffer
ing, take Arabian Headache Powders.
It is tbe beat and safest remedy yet dis
covered for headache and neuralgia.
Littleboy'a pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
tilled. No. 311 South Spring atreet.
Paris panel photo frames, all aizeß,
Fityles and pricea at the art store of San
born, Vail & Co., 133 South Spring
etreet. See them.
Get your artist materiale at Sanborn,
Vail A Co., 133 South Spring etreet.
Tbeir pricea are right and their assort
ments tbe largest.
For the choicest kinds of meats call
on Louis Streuber, 138 North Main
Btreet; telephone 160. Orders promptly
Adams Bros., dentists, 239>£ South
Spring etreet. Painless filling and ex
tracting. Best seta of teeth from $6
For a good table wine, order on r Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50c per gal. T. Vache A Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main etreet.
Dr. A. Z.Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
Bear in mind our ticket to Catalina
entitles holder to free camping ground
and water. 130 Weet Second atreet.
Dr. X.D.Wise, office 226 South Spring
etreet. Office hours from Btolo a. m.
and 2t05 p. m. Telephone 346.
Go to Arrowhead Hot Springe for your
summer outing. The famous mountain
resort of Southern California.
Senour's floor paint dries hard over
nigbt. U. R. Bowers A Sons, agents,
420 South Spring etreet.
Pianos for sale, rant, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 S. Loa An
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent), 536 S. Spring st, tel 1029.
S. Conradi, watch repairing and dia
mond setting. Spring and Franklin.
All tbe latest sheet music at Exton A
Cist's. 329 South Spring etreet.
Ladies' Turkish baths, 230 South Main
Btreet; open week daya only.
H. C. Royer, M. D. Officeß. 230 South
Main street; hours, 10 to 4.
Ineure with A. C. Golah, 147 South
A Sure Thing.
If you have relatives or frienda who
are addicted to drinking excessively or
using morphine, opium, cocaine or to
bacco to an injurious degree eend them
to tbe W. H. Keeley A Co. gold cure,
139>2 South Main street, where the cure
will be guaranteed or no pay taken.
Duffy'e pure Malt at Woollacott's.
B. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 W. Second; telephone 165.
LOS ANGELES HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28, 18tff. i
ALUMINIUM IN PLENTY HERE.
It Can Be Made a Source of
Several Rich Deposits of the Ore in
Information Abont This Metal of tha Age
ef Kleotrlolty—lta Peculiar Prop
erties and Uses—An Oppor
tunity far Capital.
Herald readers will have observed
lately in show windows all sorts of cook
ing uteneils, medals, checks, penholders,
toys, etc., made of the bright and ahin
ing metal, aluminium, valuable espe
cially for its non-corrosive quality, and
interesting for its lack of weight.
Aluminium bronzes are alloys of the
metal with copper, nickel, titanum, etc.,
and ahow remarkable strength and
It ia not generally known aa yet, bow
ever, that the ricbeat mines of alumina,
an oxide of tbe metal aluminium, are
found in Southern California, and as
powerful electric currents are necessary
for the reduction of the metal, and have
to be generated cheaply by water power,
it is altogether probable that the great
water power now dormant in many
of our irrigation systems, in con
junction with our vast depoaita of
high-grade ore, will make South
ern California famous in the near
future bb the one great producer and
refiner of this new metal of the age of
In San Bernardino county there is a
vaat deposit of tbe ore, a aoft shale, free
from silica and other impurities, and
feeling like eoapatone to the touch.
The ore is pure white, occurring on
tbe surface and extending downwards
near the Santa Fe railroad. Assays
made bjr tbe Harhefeld Smelting com
pany of Kentucky ahow over 50 per cent
of alumina. It is a well known fact
that every clay-bank in the world con
tains alumina, bnt only abont 2 or 3 per
cent of it, and a large per cent of iron
oxide, makipg tbe clay worthless for tbe
extraction of the metal aluminium.
The only other aluminium mines of
pay-ore in the United states are in
Georgia and Alabama; they contain a
red coloride ore, called bansite, con
taining a large amount of water, and a
much Tower percentage of alumina.
There are two valuable products of
the smelting of thia ore; tbe metal
aluminium and alumina composite. The
metal ia worth $1000 a ton, or 50 cents
a pound. It ia white and lustrous ac
ailver, chows much greater strength
than ailver in alloys and will not tar
nish or loae its luster, even strong
nitric acid has no effect upon it, and its
moat valuable and wonderful feature ia
ita extreme lightness; one pound of
aluminium being a piece of metal four
times ac large aa a one-pound piece of
eilver. Therefore a aheet or piece of
aluminium can be bought for one-eight
ieth part of the coat of a piece or aheet
of silver equally Targe, while the in
trinsic value of aluminium is greater on
account of ita weight and acid resisting
qualities, it being practically non corro
There is a new process of smelting the
metal out of the ore by fusion in the
electric arc, which baa reduced the coat
of production to a minimum, making the
buaineaa very highly profitable.
The aecond is alumina composite,
worth $80 a ton at the smelter, or $6 a
cental in email lota. It is need very
largely in all iron foundries, giving 50
per cent extra strength to iron castings
where 2'„ per cent of the composite haa
been added to tbe pig iron. By thia
meana iron of the lowest grade can be
used and will make castings of great
strength for small weight, valuable es
pecially in shipbuilding, bridges and
high building. Bnt the metal and ita
alloys are destined to find very exten
sive uae in the outer coating of ahipa
and machinery for aerial navigation.
WILL BUY HERE.
The War Department to Maintain a
Yeaterday Mr. Freeman, president of
the chamber of commerce, received a
message from General McCook staling
tbat a quartermaster's department
would be maintained in Los Angelea for
the purchase of aupplies for tbe posts
in Arizona and New Mexico; and that
Major Elderkin has been appointed
The expenditure of the war depart
ment here amounts to from $300,000 to
In reply to circulars sent out by the
chairman of the irrigation congress ask
ing for aid, the Azusa Land and Water
company and the Alamitos Land com
pany aent a cheque for $100 each.
Very Marked Results.— Tho term land
slide usually couveys intelligence of disaster,
whereby many are killed, but this time it is
used to indicate the enormons sales of Dr.
Miles' Restorative Nervine, a remedy that is
daily saving the lives of thousands who are
suffering from nervous disorders. It cures pal
pitation, ncrvonß prostration, headache, back
ache, spinal diseases, hysteria, ill effucts of
spirits, confurlon of mind, etc., and bu Ids up
tin body surprisingly. Brown & Mavbury,
Cortland, N. v., say one patient used nervine
and gained 15 pounds of flesh. Sold by 0. H.
ll.nice, the druggist 177 N. Spring street, on a
guarantee. Get a book free.
Onr Home Brew.
Maier & Zob«letn's lager, fresh from tlm
brewery, on draught in all tbe principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 444 Allso street. Tele
phone 91. '
Largest Stock Fruits and Vegetables.
Damson plnms cheap for canning; choice
northern Bartlett rears, peackeß, plums, etc.
Althouse Bros, 105 West First street; tele
Wall Paper at Goat.
Closing out sale— Ecastrom A Strasburg, 307
and 309 South Main street,
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters. Foy's
old r, liable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles.
Aluminum Plates 910 00 to $15.00
Forceliln Crownß 2.50 to 3.00
Gold Crowns 5.00 to 7 00
Go d Fillinss From $1.50 up.
Eilver or Amalgam Fillings.... 50c to $100
THE TUDOR DENTAL i
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Oases of Interest Which Were riled on
Suit was begun yesterday by Mra. N.
M. Millett againat the executors 0!
Lewis L. Bradbury. The plaintiff ie a
widow and sister of the deceased. She
claims that he bad an unsettled account
with her at the time of bis death for
$36,000, balance of an unsettled account
"founded on reciprocal demands then
existing between them, for work, labor
and personal services of a fiduciary, con
fidential and domestic character," and
tbat he promised to pay her. She asks
judgment for the amount.
W. H. Holmes began euit against
George Carr yeaterday upon two prom
iaaory notes aggregating $578 75.
Divorce proceedings were begun yes
terday by H. L. Gibbs va. A. B. Gibba.
The divorce euit of Lamb ye. Lamb
was on trial yeaterday before Judge
McKinlev, with closed doora.
The damage suit of W. R. Ream vs.
W. M. Osborne was concluded yesterday,
the jury returning a verdict in favor of
Marriage liceneea were issued yester
day to the following peraona:
John William White, aged 30, a na
tive of Wisconsin and resident of Lake
aide, San Diego county, and Annie Sarah
Reider, aged 27, a native of Pennaylva
nia and reeident of Lob Angeles.
Peter Hansen, aged 33, a native of
Denmark, and Josephine Jacobson, aged
34, a native of Norway, both residents of
W. E. Hayden, age 4 31, a native of
California, and A. C. Lage, aged 28, a
native of Germany, both residents of
George L. Logan, aged 30, a native of
Pennsylvania, and Alice I. Pearaon, aged
23, a native of Massachusetts, and both
residents of Loa Angelea.
George E. McOrea, aged 22, a native of
Canada, and Beatrice Williams, aged 19,
a native of California, both residents of
Archie McGrady, aged 39, a native of
New York, and Lucinda Trujillo, aged
20, a native of California, and both resi
dents of Azusa.
READY MADE MUSTARD PLASTERS
We were the first manufacturers on this
Continent. Our latest improvement surpasses
anything ever before produced. 15c, 25c., 860.
por tin. Bo sure to have SEA nt'ttX'S. Ask
for them spread on cotton cloth.
SEABURT'S SULPHUR CANDLES:
Prevention is better than euro, by bnrnlng
these candles bad smells In basements, closets,
Ao. are destroyed, and thuscontagiousdiaeases
are kept away: also useful for expelling moa
qultos and irritating Insects. Price, 26c. each.
TO purify aiok-rooms, apartments, eto., use
which ln burning, disinfect and produce a
fragrance refreshing and invigorating. 250. per
box of 12. Sale Manufacturers,
HEABURY «fc JOHNBOI*,
Pharmaceutical I M rill U ABif
Chemists. , NEW YORK.
G. I J. Corropted Tires
ARE BEST. .
Six wheelmen atarted from San Francisco on
Augnit sth, and arrived ln Los Angeles on the
12th. They all rode bicycles weighing from
34 10 40 pounds except John Edwards, who
rode a 23-pound RAMBLER RACER. The
Rambler Kacer was the only bicycle which
made the trip without a mishap. This shows
the anteriority of tbe Rambler 23-pjund Racer
compared with other makes.
WATCH THE RAMBLER
ON THE RACE TRACK AND
BEE THAT STREAK OF LIGHT
438 S. Spring St., Los Angeles.
1041 Market St., Bin Francisco.
PAXTStoORDEtT ~0. SUITS to ORDER
$3„50 JL $15.00
4.00 /IT\ 17.60
4.50 IMm 20.00
5.C0 %WM 22.50
5.50 imp 25.00
413 S. SPRING St.,
Just below Fourth St. 6-6 ly
The TUDOR DENTAL CO.
DR. J. P. TUDOR, Manager.
BUBBKR PLATES-UPPEB OB LOWER.
Flnt Grade, $8.00. Second Grado, $6.50.
Third Grade, $5 00.
Cement Fillings 80c to 75c
Teeth extracted for 250.
Palnleas extraction by any anaeslhetio de
The administration of gas a specialty.
£Mf" A il work guaranteed,
Ifl No. 245 S. Spring- Street,
Jlf I. LOS ANGKLJCS, UAL
The Executive Committee Holds en In
f iriMl Meeting.
The executive committee of the Fruit
growers' association met yesterday.
Daring the morning end the greater
pert of the afternoon the time wae taken
up in an informal discussion of tbe vari
ous views presented. Finally all sug
gestions of tho committee were referred
to a suh committee composed of Messrs.
Chamblin, Neabitt and Collins, to frame
a plan of farther co-operation, and re
part to the meeting of delegates on tbe
29tb, at the chamber of commerce, at
11 a. va.
A, Delicious Heal
At Tbe Library, 246 South Broadway.
Home cooking, neat and clean, prompt
service and low prices. Call in today
and try our excellent lunch.
A. J. Goldschmitt. Turson; Mr. and Mrs. L. 0.
Ooodrldgf.Srons.lyn; A. 11. Canby, B. L. Oil
more, V. V.zzetti, amiss* Cllyl C. K. Llojd, ('.
M. T. Parker, B. Goldsmith, CO. Clay, F. A.
Talari, A. D. Levy,. J. Floresneim, E K. Lind
say J. M. Young,' Frisco; J. H. Hall, Pasadena;
J, W. Nance, Ferris; W. McD. bhane, Coving
ton, Ky : Hugo Thost. Berlin; P. Kbert, Ger
many; J. A Kaler, Waltban., Mass.; Mrs. C.
Gernon, Guelph, Out.; M. C. Mason, San Dleto:
G. A. Olney, Arizona; A. H. Carglll, Brook
f hurst; Wm. Gird, A. H. Rogers, J. Mclnerv,
San Bernardino; W. W Bateman, Hadford; E.
B. Rogers, Chicago; J. F. Anderson, San Pedro.
For the Choicest Butter
In the city go to Los Angeles creamery, 823 W.
Second street, Churned fresh every day.
Ton oan buy at cost at Eckstrom & Btratburg's
closing out tale.
ISPEGML SALE I
Of < >♦
vt -° F - ;:t
tl SILKS, CREPES, PONGEES j|
o| Silk Handkerchiefs H
\'.% FOR THIS WEEK. XZ
<>♦ Ten per rent discount on Silks, <>♦
<>♦ Crepes, Pongees, and twenty per <>•
<>♦ rent discount on silk Handker <>•
< rhle's til Siturday ovenlng. Aug. Of
If 26th. Tuis is a big reduction in
• this class of goods.
if 110 SOUTH SPRING ST. j|
XX 4-4 Cm 1 ',t
123 IiTOBTH ST
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
jA Kidney «nd Blau
gfijßf / der Diseseee,
Acute and Chronic
■ Sexual Indiffer
ence of Both
Blood and Skin
DS. W nll E is the oldest and most succes.fni
Private, Nervous and Chronic D seate Special
ist on tne Coast. AU Skin and Blood Diseases
prtmptly cured without mercury. Impotency,
Seminal Weakness, Varicocele, Syphilis, Gon
orrhoea, O eet, Nervouii Debility, Kidney and
Blander diseases scientifically treated a id per
manently cured. No Huigical Stafi(?) fake
methods emriloyed. No hired substitutes.
The afflicted may write ln strict confidence.
Letters answered in plain envelope. Medicine
sent secure from exposure. Addresi
DR. WHITE'S DISPENSARY.
128 N. Main at., New McDonald Block,
6-6 tt I.oa Angeles, Cal ■
TV A T7 1 TVT DIL LIKBro A CO., the oldest
IVI I"*. INI and most reliable Special Pby
slctana and Burgeons on the
Pacific Coaat, continue to cnre all diseases of a
chronic and private nature, no matter how
complicated or who has failed. Send for a
confidential book to men explaining why
thousands can sot get cared.
123 S. M Al* ST , LOS ANGELES
8 19 2m
TO REDUCE MY STOCK, WILL OFFER
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Bigelow, Lowell, Hertford, Burling- p Smith Moquet Carpet, the belt
ton and other makes of Body Brussels 92 Me. per yard.
Carpets, 95c. per yard. Bigelow Axminatsr Carpets, $1.45
Other grades of Body Brussels, 75 to per yard.
90c. per yard. Ingrain Carpets, 25 to 70c. par yard.
Smith's Best and Roxbury Tapestry Agra Carpets, best made, 75c. per yd.
Brussels, 65c. per yard. Savoy Carpets, best made, 85c. per yd.
Otber makes cf Tapestry Brussels, This does not represent a lot of old
45 to 50c, per yarid. shop-worn goods or remnants, but aa
Smith's, the best Velvet Carpet made, fresh and carefully selected stock as can
$i.io per yarJ. to be found on the Coast. To see is to ba-
Other grades of Velvet Carpets, 90c. lieve.
FURNITURE—ALL LINES AT A DISCOUNT OK 25 PER CErff.
WM. S. ALLEN,
«.nim 332 and 334 South Spring Street.
DR. H. E. SMALL, President. DR W. A SMITH, Manager
FIRST- Afc 'TlvV
Class work IL t>ItTQ ArX^Y
At moderate prices. ' Seoo, >c! IaQ(J
We respectfully solicit Investigation of our o *dvrn* _
method, and pricea Phone 723
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p )n'o«s Extracting, Crown and Bridge Work. [7-13 Uml Swaged Alnnlnnm Piste* a specialty.
ALB ERT J. PAR TR ID GE,
213 S. SPRING ST.,
ih or u '^ s Elegant in Design, Superior in Finish
gMjj^ — Best Workmanship, Perfeot Fitting.
GREAT REDUCTION IN SUMMER SUITS.
ESTABLISH ED 1880.
H. J. WOOLLACOTT,
IMPORTER 6c EXPORTER OF
Bass Ale, Guinness' Stout, Cordials, Cognac & Fine Wines.
I make a specialty of pure'liquors especially for family
and medicinal use. Wholesale distributor of the following
liquors, sold at the owest market quotations:
Duffy's Malt Whiskey. Val Rlatz Milwaukee Beer.
Mellwood Whiskey. lta»s & Oil's Pale Ale.
Old Taylor Whiskey. (lu'nnesi' Stout.
Londonderry Lit hia, Water. lielbeek, Pommery,
Buffalo Lithia Water. Mumm, Clicquot, Monopole
White Rock Waukesha Water. And Perrier JoueM'.liampagiies.
Apoltinaris Water. Canadian Club Whiskey.
French and Italian Vermouth.
Pure California Wines put up in cases ready for shipping to alt parts of tha
east—a suitable present to send to your friends. Visitors cordially invited to call
and inspect the vintages.
Liquor Dealers and Druggists will find it to their interest to obtain my quota
tions before making purchases,
Special attention paid te the Hotel and Restaurant trade in pure California
Clarets, I (nfandel, Sauterni, Riesling, etc.
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS. LATEST ARRIVALS EX RAIL.
Just rtcelved ex snip Olty of Glasgow, via 500 cases Duff/ Malt whiskey.
San Diego, from London, 133 rates Bass 4 Co.'s 75 cases Jobann lloff's Malt.
Pale Alt, pints and quarts, and Galnnew Dub- 50 esses Londonderry Llthla Water.
lin stout. 40 cases B-fLvlo Llthla Water.
Ex ship Orion, via Mew Orleans, 35 cases as- 25 cases B. Bert's Sautrrne.
sorted Cordials from B. Cusenler Sis alne A Cle. 25 cases Pernod Ab«lntho
France, consisting of Anisette, Ureme de Men- 80 cases Bethesda—half gallon, pints and
the, Curacao, Creme de Rotes, Creme de ttoka, ■ quarts.
Marlschlno. Chartrentse, Benzidine, et<\ 100 bbls. Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer
Also 34 cases C. & W. Stewart's Scotch Whig- 20 cases Jackson's Napa soda, pints and
key, from A bard ecu, ScotlaLd. I quarts.
Free delivery to all parts of the city. I will deliver to any part of Southern
California one gallon of H. I. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, suitable for
family use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $4. Address all orders to ■
124 & 126 N. Spring St, Los Angeles, Cal.
TELEPHONE A-A-. 8-16-3 m
YwS E x°o F PIANO
-*IN THE WORL.DK
QREAT WAGNER loved the Stick Piano and 1 TAMAGNO, the greatest of modern tonorg,
used lt ln his own drawing room. j found In i-"teck tone an "Inspiration "
LUCCA thought the Steck Piano "mejct.c." | B™s tto <+
SIR JULES BENEDICT called tbe Steck Piano j0 N A BTEOK GRAND Wagner composed his
"the greatest piano of all natlont." Lob, ngrln and Parsifal.
STERNBERG, of St. Petersburg, used the Steck THE STECK TONE Is the voice of music. The
ia preference to all other p.anos. I tone Is inspiration.
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SECCEBSOR TO L. vyiLHELM.
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special attention in hacks, ladles' and gontlemon's saddle horses
Good rigs. at low rates. Brick slables