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Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
Bept 24, 1893:
firOO ■>. n
5:00 p. n
Maximum temperature, 78.
Minimum temperature, 53.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather; nearly stationary temperature Mon
day; westerly winds.
There are undelivered telegrams at
tbe Western Union telegraph office,
corner of Court and Main streets, for
L. A. Wilson and L. N. Mitchell.
A military ball will be given by the
Drum and Bugle corps of the Seventh
regtmentof infantry, N. O. C, at Armory
ball, on Friday evening. October 6th.
Mark Plaisted, editor of she Riverside
Enterprise, is in the city.
A, F. Stevens is in the city from the
Venderbilt mining district.
Mr. and Mrs. A.A.White of Portland,
Me., are staying at the Nadoau.
1.1. Irwin is in the city from Ocean
side. He is at the Hollenbeck.
L. Speyer, a prominent San Diego
merchant, is spending a few days in the
W. J. Mclntyre, one of the leading
attorneys of Riverside county, is in the
A. D. Ziegenfuss, of the San Francisco
Chronicle, has just returned from Ari
■jona, and is a gueat of tbe Nadeau.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. A. Cartlidge of
St. Joseph, Mo., are registered at the
Hollenbeck. They are making a tour of
Jamea H. Rhodes, advance agent for
the Nutmeg Match, which shows here
this week, left for Fresno last evening.
Mr. Rhodes, before leaving, expressed a
wish that he lived here.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. P. Sheets of San
Francisco and Miss Ella McCleery of
Sacramento are guesta of the Hollen
beck. Mr. Sheets is connected with the
firm of Huntington, Hopkins & Co. of
tbe northern metropolis.
Among the guests at the GleDn ranch,
San Bernardino county, are W. J. Fish
er, V. G. Baker, Dr. H. H. Maynard,
Thomas Cushing, Miss Estelle Omhjng,
Mrß. Shioman, Mrs. Lizzie K. Fieher,
Mrs. Bertha OathafT and several others,
who are enjoying the climate, scenery
and productions of that delightful epot.
Saturday evening Misß Josephine Fen
nell of South Flower street entertained
a few of her friends at a farewell card
party, previous to her departure for San
Francisco. Mies Fennoll has been a
prominent and popular member of so
ciety and her departure for the north ia
to be regretted. Miss Richardson and
Mr. Mullen were successful as winners
of the first prize and Miss Mueller and
Mr. Cox fonnd consolation in the booby.
Among those present were Misses
Haines, Richardson, Kingßley, Mueller,
Maxwell, Bertha Maxwell, Worm, Tru
dell, Tattle, Blackman and Messrs.
Peering, Worm, Hopperstead, Cox,
Mailer, Mueller, Griffith, Wilson and
Mias Margaret Logan, one of the ac
complished yonng ladies of the pnblic
library, who enjoys quite a literary repu
tation, leaves next week for tbe east,
where she will reaide permanently.
The Trne liaxatlve Principle
Of the plants uted in manufacturing
the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figs, has
a permanently beneficial effect on the
human system, while the cheap vegeta
ble extracts and mineral,solutions, usu
ally sold as medicines, are permanently
injurious. Being well informed you will
use tbe true remedy only. Manufac
tuied by the California Fig Syrup Co.
Popular prices, central location, good
service. Only hotel running its own
free buss to and from depots. Day rates,
$1.26, $1.50 and $2; meals, 25 cents.
Corner Main and First streets, entrance
on First street. H. A. Hart A Sons,
World's Fair Colon, Man Edition Illus
trated flei aid.
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, ia now on sale by
all the newsdealers and at the Herald
business office. It containa 43 pagea of
Information about Southern California
and over 50 illustrations. As a publica
tion to send to eaßtern friends it haa
never been equalled. Price 15 cents in
246 8. Broadway. The beßt lunch parlor
and delicacy rooma in tbe city. Neat,
clean and prompt service. Hot dinner
from 12 to 5 p.m.
Dolly's pure Malt at Woollacott's.
Notice to Sportsmen, Gun Dealers and
To be disposed of, the entire stock of breoch
loading situs, rities, revolvers, etc., and 11*
turcs, fittings and show-cases: also one three
sealed wagon, buggies and pnaotons and about
thirty Bets of double and single harness. The
entire stock will be closed out as quickly as
possible, as lam positively goiug out of busi
I have also, and will excharge for a lot on
West Seventh street orAugeLno Heights, oue
span of tiae bred black nortec, with carriage
aud harness, etc.
E. B. ADAMS, Gunsmith,
112 Commercial S;reet.
■Alt India Herb Tea Cures
Constipation, biliousness and headache,
cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, Brakes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample free. H. M. SALE <5j EON, agents,
220 South Spring strict.
Latest Styles In flats
At Mrs. C. Dosch's, 235 South Spring street.
The finest pattern hats aud novelties eve
shown in this city. Ladles invited to inspect
A. It. Chapmui,
Bells the Glenwood rabges and Richmond
ranges, the two best stoves lv America. House
hold goods a specialty. 414 S. Spring st.
The Only Keeley Institute
In Southern California is at Riverside. The
*os Angeles office is at rosins 04 uud tio, New
We take pleasure in announcing that we are
now fully prepared to do all kinds of glas?
beveling, and manufacture all kinds of French
plate mirrors. Old and damaged rnirrois re
silvered. Ail work guaranteed. H. Raphael i
Co., 448 and 440 South Spring st.
CEYLON TEAS. Sg5S&.
Marlborough achool. West Twenty
third street, select home school for 16
girls. A few day scholars received; pu
pils graduated in English, Latin and
general course or given atho:ough prep
aration for college. Special opportuni
ties for high school graduates who wish
to take np an extended course in litera
ture, history or modern laneuages, or to
prepare for foreign travel. Native teach
ers in modern languages with five lee
sons per week, natural method. Oue
hour's work each week in harmony and
thorough bass to pUno pupils and two
lessons a week in chorus einging to the
entire school, without extra charge.
Mrs. Garden-Macleod, a graduate of
South Kensington's art school will have
charge of the art department. For in
formation apply at the school any after
The best and most healthful beverage
in the market is the world-renowned
Pabst beer. It has no equal. Recog
nized to be tbe best brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee has
taken the first prize in all contests
against all competitors. Ask for tbe
Blue Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit
company, sole agents for Southern Cali
fornia, 218, 220 and 222 North Los An
geles street. Telephone 12.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy ia now located
in the Bryson-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence, Baker block. Office hours, 11:3t)
to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap
pointment. Office telephone, 1150; res
idence telephone, 105(3.
Go to Ebinger's restaurant; best
French dinner and order bouae in the
city. Everything first-class. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget the place, southwest corner
Third and Spring.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Do'sey, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical caßes and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, the best wear and thu lowest
prices at the cheapest place on earth
for boots and shoes, 118 Eaßt First, be
tween Main and Los Angeles streets.
This week you can buy a beautiful
framed photo engraving for 60c at Lich
tenherger's art emporium, 107 North
Main etreet. Bring your pictures and
get estimate for framing them,
Mrs. A. Mendenball, hairdressing and
manicuring, 107 North Spring Btreet,
rooms, 24, 25 and 26, Schumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of oid silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Basement Times building.
A great reduction of fine tailoring.
Only a lew tickets left to the bicycle to
be given away by Korn A Kantrowitz,
the Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
Littleboy's pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
tilled. No. 311 South Spring street.
For pure Sonoma, Z'tnfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Fleur'e, 404-406 N. Los Angeles st. Eißt
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Klsinore hot springs and hotel. Full
particulars regarding this famous resort
at the Hamman batb, 23J South Main
Btreet, Lob Angeles.
Adams Bros., dentiats, 239}£ South
Spring atreet. Painless rilling and ex
tracting. The best Bets of teeth from ?U
We will send Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los An
geles. Call or address 128 South Main
Dr. Joseph Kurtz aud Dr. Carl Kurt.,,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 12(3 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
For the choicest kind of meats call
on Louis Streuber, 138 N. Main st.; tel.
160. Orders promptly attended to.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 226 South Spring
etreet. Office hours from Bto 10 a.m.
and 2to 5 p.m. Telephone 346.
Senonr's floor paint dries hard over
night. U. R. Bowers A Sons, agentß,
420 South Spring etreet.
Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Robert Sharp A Co., funeral directors
(independent). 536 S. spring st.; tel. 1029.
Dr. Wm. Brill has removed hiedffice to
341>2 S. Spring st., over Nilea Pease.
Banjoa, guitars and mandolins at Ex
ton & Ciet's, 329 South Spring street.
Buy the Whitney make of trunk, 344
North main street.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
20 per ct. off on opals, at Campbell's.
MARSHAL GARD'S OPINION.
lie Does Not See Where thf* Deportation
Money Is Conilnj* From.
Marshal Gard is of the opinion that
very few Chinese can be deported until
some proviaion ia mado by the govern
ment. He declared to a Herald reporter
yeßterday that he caw no way of ship
ping them except to borrow the money
himßelf, which in the present condition
of Chinese affairs heisnot anxious todo.
The remaininp Chinese cases will be
heard tomorrow by Judge Robs, who
will probably be occupied with them the
entire day, aa there are 12 caseß from San
Bernardino aione on the docket.
S. Witkonskl. Juiius Loeba, F. E. Clark, 3. W.
Berry, W. J. Uoscher, E. C. Dailey, v. H. f.
Sheets, San Francisfo; J. Backoff aud family,
Dover, N. J;; T. 1). Baubltt, Kampn; A. 11. Can
by, Kansas City; F. Parter, O (J. uarrettson,
J. 8. Akertran, SRHjDierio; C. W. CartHdge, «t.
Joseph: 1.1. Invin, Ocuaitside; D. Lord, Sou lb
Klversido; \V. T. Brooks, Silver City, Idaho;
1,. J. Banks, Whit* Oaks; C. A. Ra tjibon, Chi
cago; A. G. Kessler, 11. A. Kei-slcr, Pittsburgh,
Jfa.; H. I. Jones, North Carolina: O. O. Son
neck, Heidelbeeir; Mr. and Mrs. fctone, Ventu
ra; J. L. Koblnetio, Stcmmeuto- W. J. Men
tjre, W. E. Brt/nch, Riverside: U. S. Waddles,
Fire Insurance Kates Krdueed.
independent of the ' compact." See Btsker
ville, 2IS North .Main (Lanfranco building)
and save money
Dressed to Order in Fivo Minutes.
Live, fat chickens. Bean & Clark. 110 E sth.
Headquarters for thoroughbred poultry, game
If Ton Need a Truss
Call at Beckwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed.
Dr. D. s. DlfTenbacher, Dentist,
I!!' s S. Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
Mew and Old Books,
Magazines, etc. Book Exchange, cor. Second
uud Main streets.
Prof. L. Loeb's musical studio opens Sept.
15th, South Spring street. Call Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters. Foy's
oh! reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles.
Lisa Gkbjian Family Soap.
SOWERKKOYVT. tt r £SE!£
LOS' ANGELES IIERALTt MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1898.
ABOUT HOLES IN THE GROUND.
Late News of Local Mines and
The Crescent m-trict Likely to Rival
A Promising- Camp Thirteen Miles from
Discoveries — The sElla
Needles Eye: One of the most prom
ising and busy mining districts which
has recently come into prominence is
that of Crescent, situated 13 miles by
trail northeast of Vandtrbilt. It nestles
among the hills on the eastern elope of
tbe mountains, and occupies as pictur
esque a location as one ofteii eeeß. A
new wagon road over the low divide con
nects tho mines with Manvel and Van
derhilt, and already 20 men are employed
in sinking shafts and driving tunnels.
Prominent in the camp are H. M. Ste
vens, superintendent of the Pieafio Co
partnership Mining company, and A. F.
Stereos, superintendent of the Free
Cold Minine company. Both are pursu
ing systematic development on eevaral
The Cornucopia, situated in the north
ern part of the district, is stoning and
sacking ore preparatory to shipment.
Nearly all the discoveries made so far
show a lame percentage of gold. Among
the present discoveries may he men
tioned the P<tisano, Free Gold, Balti
more, Manhattan. Jupiter, Somerset,
Mahogany, Gold Standard and Cornu
copia. The orei carry galena and chlo
rides, aa well as gold and silver, and the
veins improve with depth. Water is
found ut 10 and 20 feet.
The extension of the Nevada S ml hern
railway toward Uoode Springe will pass
within a few miles ol tins district, and
greatly stimulate activity throughout
tbat region. Tiro Orescent gives every
premise of becoming a large producing
district, and those Already there are very
fortunate to be first on the ground. At
this early period, however, the oppor
tunities are Rbundant for further discov
eries, and those seeking investments
might find the field a very pro (indite oue
in which to expend some capital.
Phoenix Herald: "No, this talk about
placer gold coming from the breaking
down of quartz ledges is all a mistake',"
said an old-time prospector from the
Yarnoll country. "In all the placer
gold ever washed out you never saw
a piece with a bit of quartz attached.
"Again, ehot gold is never found in
quartz deposits, and in fact the two va
rieties ate of entirely different forma
tion. 1 hold that all gold was originally
held in solution in the seething floods
of the inner earth.
"I can prove this, too, by a simple ex
periment showing how the quartz ledges
aro formed aud. incidentally, how the
gold is deposited in them. If you put a
few pieces of glass in a nlosed iron ves
sel filled with wr.ier, aud then subject
the tightly closed receptacle and its
contents to intense and long continued
heat, you will find, on opening the ves
sel after it has cooled off by tbe natural
escape of heat, that the glass, on being
precipitated, has lost its former shape
and is now in crystals.
"The process to which the waters of
the earth were subjected when the great
mass of tbe globe was in a vie lent state
of ebullition was tho same as in the ex
periment I name. When the waters
finally broke through the crust of the
earth and overflowed onto the surface
they deposited on the sides of the crev
ice by whirh they escaped crystals of
the elemenu aela in solution.
"The w,-.!;ra being impregnated with
gold, as all water is, naturally left the
gold with the baser minerals, and there
it remains today.
"The yellow metal held in solution by
tbe overflowing waterj is what supplied
tbe placer gold. The eanLui,s val ley of
southern Colorado reveals fine flour gold
over every part of its basin. The valley
was once the bed of a great body of
water, and by accepting the theory of
the gold being precipitated from thia is
the only explanation of the presence of
gold in nil of the depression.
"It would have been impossible for
ledge fragments to be washed all over
tbe basin, as it is for placer gold to he
carried by erosion to the many impossi
ble places in which it is found."
New Gold Discoveries.
Timea-Index: Laßt evening N. B.
Hale, O. C. Gee and Doc Drew returned
from a prospecting trip down to the
Pinacate country, come six miles below
Perris. This country has been worked
over in times past by the Mexicans in
their desultory way, and seems to have
just come to light again as a gold conn
There are at present a good many
prospectors in the country, especially
in the neighborhood of Gavilan.
Mr. Hale showed this roaming to a
Times-Index reporter a quantity of gold
taken out of one of his placer claims.
He thinks the country has a good proe
pect ahead of it. There is no water,
but the dry washers are doing good
work. The railrosd runs right through
this section, which makes it accessible
A Rich Strike.
Escondido Advocate: Last Friday J.
M. Donnell loft at the Advocate orßce,
together with a big silver dollar, a line
specimen of gold-bearing quartz, with
the compliments of Sid Wilcox of Julian.
The quart/, in question was from the
Ella gold mine, owned by Mr. Wilcox,
and runs about $125 per ton. The mine
has been worked for considerable time,
hut the breast from which this speci
men was taken has just recently been
struck, and from present appearance*,
is inexhaustible in quantity, besides be
ing the richest ore yet discovered in tho
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
DR J- R TUDOR ' Manager.
RUBBER PLATES-UPPEB OR LOWER.
Flnrt Second Gride, $U. 51).
ThirdGr.de. 88.00. '
>^^*W^i3tXtliJ"^ Cement Fillings 50c to 75c
Aluminum Plate* $10 00 tv $115.00 Teeth,extracted for 25a.
Porcelain Crowns 2.00 to 3.00 Painless extraction by any anaesthetic, do-
Go.dCro\»>ns 5.00 to 700 sired.
i,o d Filllnss. From $1.50 up. The administration of gas a spacialty.
fciivor or Amalgam Fillings.... 50c to $1.00 far-All worn, guaranteed.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO., »°-™J^^
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
camp. Mr. Donnell thinks that there is
no question about Sid being worth sev
eral hundred thousand dollars, but that
he ban not been spoiled by his good for
tune, being just as affable and pleasant
as of yore. Mr. Soromers of Escondido
is superintending the Ella, and every
thing promises a big run of rich paving
ore for tbe next year at leapt, all of
which will be pleasant news to Mr. Wil
cox's large circle of friends.
News Mole* Clipped front Exchangee
tram tli« Territory.
[Pmeaix Repub icau.l
The report nf Governor Hughes to
tho secretory of tho interior contains
numerous recommendations. It dotls
with the improvement of the Colorado
river, and bbvs that with the river
opened to the Gulf of California, which
could be done at a reasonable outlay,
ocean steamers could bo landed at Yuma
throughout the entire year, and thus a
most important shipping point and
mftrt ol trade communicating with all
parts of the world by water could bo
established in Arizona. The value to
the United States would be exceedingly
Important from many points of view,
while to Arizona it would be of great
benefit in furnishing cheap transpor
tations for our imports, lumber, ma
chinery and other mining and building
supplies, as well as in enabling tbe
teriitory to expert tbe surplus of grain,
cattle and rebellious ores to foreign
The matter of the arid lands is exten
sively dealt with. The report suggests
that these lands be handed over to the
Btates and territories in which they are
1 icated. with such limitations as to their
disposal as might he deemed advisah'n.
It declares that if these lands were
ceded they could be utilized ior the
raising of capital necessary for their
reclamation by granting a certain por
tion of the lands to investors aa a bonus.
Another plan would be in the selling of
bonds to be redeemed nt the sale of the
land. The land would, of course, be
pold to bonatide settlors in soull
holdings on the installment plan, the
money so realized to ho used as a sink
ing fund for the redemption of the bonds.
When redeemed the water syetentMteelf
would belong to the land it served, or to
the territory, as the law governing the
B»me would provide. The national im
parlance of the question is touched upon
aud the adoption of some such policy as
that outlined strongly urged.
Tho question of statehood is also ex
haustively handled. All tiie arguments
which it is poetible to produce against
the admission ol the territory to the
union are met. Is is shown that we
have the population and the taxable
property to entitle U9 to the right of
self government. It is also shown that
ttie population has increased year by
veer, The growth of churches.'schools,
nniverei'ies and other hurraniziug in
fluences pre set forth, aud then the
reasons which have been adduced to
statehood are answered. So far aa tha
political outlook is concerned, the report
states tbat each party has an final
snow for the race for honors* Ai to the
allegation that Arizona fs a silver pro
ducing territory, it is pointed out that
Arizona is more of a gold than a silver
producing territory. Her gold produc
tion was more than her silver produc
tion last year, and from present appear
ances her output of gold will be ten
times greater than her Bilver output
this year. Aa to the debt .of the terri
tory, it ia pointed out that it is but a
portion of tbe cost of the wresting of
this vast section from savagery to civili
zation, and that, with tbe arid lands
placed at tbe disposal of the territory,
it would soon be rescued from debt and
would in a very ebort time rednce the
taxation to the minimum. The report
on this portion ol the subject concludes
"Statehood, moroover, would excite a
spirit of patriotic pride. The responsi
bility of self-government would inspire
in the people loyalty to thbse elected by
them to administer public affaiia. State
hood would create a pride among all
classes of citizms and among our chil
dren, especially the native born. It
would give the people a direct interest
in tbe federal government, in the na
tional legislation, in the general welfare
of the union of states, of which Arizona
would be one. Every sentiment of jus
tice, the principles Btruggled for by the
revolutionary fathers, the admission of
every state into the union for the last
half century, is a declaration of Arizo
na's right to statehood."
Numerous other recommendations are
made, and tha affairs of the territory,
final, political and industrial, are dealt
with at considerable length.
[TombJ'oue Prospector, Sep!. 22.]
Charles Wilkes has fteturned from a
trip through the central partof Arizona,
lie made one location at Goldfield, in
the Superstition mountains. He eaya
that it is to be a great camp. The shaft
on the original mine is down 100 feet
and shows up a large body of high grade
ore. The 10 stamp mill is about ready to
Btart up. -The ore is free milling and
the gold is sprinkled through it in vis
[Yuma Sentinel, Bsp» 22.]
Yeidro Castro came down from Harqua
1 lain Monday. He says that the Bo
nanza mill is rnnning again on full
time, the boiler having been repaired.
Everything wbb ready for the 10 Btampa
now bsirtg put up, the machinery for
wh eh was nearly all on the ground.
The output of gold is np to the be t
times the mines ever saw. About 80
men are constantly employed. Ger/eral
Manager Theo. Allen has recovered from
his late indisposition, and is crowding
the work on the mine and mill The
hills and mountains around Harqua
Hala and Harrisburg are full of pros
pectors, who are doing good work.
[Tucson Star, Sept. 23 ]
It is said that Arizona oilers an ex
cellent opportunity for Chinece to enter
the United States from Mexico and for
the smuggling of gocd-> across the line
from that country. From Noaales to
La Osa, a distance o! about 05 miles,
only two mounted inspectors are on
duty, while from the latter place to
Yuma inspectors are unknown. At
Ytitna a man is kept, but he ha« his
hands full watching that point. Every
boat, coming up the river has to he in
spected, and a clone lookout must he
kept lest some smooth celestial reach
American Boil with lute of opium in his
possession. Those who have been over
tbe country between Yuma and La o<a
sey there are a nnuihar of trails crossing
the line, and that Chinese can easily
he smuggled to the American side.
Were the number of inspectors in
creased three times they would ha»e
their bands full watching the line aa it
should b-» watched.
[Vuma Sentinel, Sipt. 22 ]
The work of darning the Grand
can m of the Colorado will be com
menced next year. It is perfectly feas
ible. —f Mohave County Miner.
Tho Miner ie right. No project of the
g'gantic magnitude of this has ever met
wi'h Bitch favorable insults in ao stunt a
t ice. Tho grandeur oi the great cation,
th" everlasting supply of water, tbe
great area of rich lands that can ho irri
gated, the tinest climate known, and
the feasibility of the great work, com
mend themselves at once to the careful
c inservative business men of today,
who grasp the grind possibilities at a
p lance. Never before has euch a scheme,,
vital to the best interests of Northern,
Western and Central Arizona, met with
so little opposition, and on the other
hand with such xenoral approval by our
ablest and beet financiers.
Col. Georgo VV. Lang, the well-known
live stock man, who has a largo herd of
cattle in the great valley of the Col
orado, near Indian Welle, arrived in
town Sunday. Colonel Lang says:
"Yuma is the busiest and most prosper
ous town 1 have seen during my trave'a
in California and Arizma for eeveral
months. Her prospects for the future
are the brightest. Wherever 1 go. I am
constantly asded hundreds of questions
nbout Yuma, her present and (unite.
No other town commands the attention
that she does, ller early fruits and
vegetables, her situation here upon the
Colorado, with an inexhaustible supply
of water for irrigation, and her vast area
of tbe finest and richest valley and mesa
lands, all tell for Yuma. The great val
ley of the Colorado, with its millions of
acres of fertile soil, will make her a
Brent town." Colonel Lang left for his
cattle ranch and Los Angeleß, Wednes
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LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
. Kidney and Btad
jlSb der Diseases,
MHUf Acnteand Chronic
QsjM ■ Discharges,
. Sexual Indirfer-
en cc of Both
Blood and Skin
Promptly and Per-
DR WHITE is the oldest and most luecewful
Private, Nervous and Chronic Dl ease Special
ist on the Coast. All Sain and Blood Diseases
promptly cured without mercury, lm potency,
Ssminsl Weakness Varicocele, byphlda, Gon
orrhoea, Gleet, Nervous Debility, Kidney and
Bladder diseases eclt mines]ly treated and per
manently cured. No surgical »taff(?) take
methods employed. No hired substitutes.
The afflicted may write in strict confidence.
Letters answered in plain' envelope. Medicine
sent securj from exposure. Address
ML WHITE'S DISPENSARY,
128 N. Main st. New McDonald Block,
0-0 ti I os Anirct««. Cat.
H. J. WOOLLACOn.
IMPORTER & EXPORTER OP
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 lowest market quotations:
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer,
Mcl i wood. Wlfirkey, Buss & C<>.'a Pale Ale,
Old Taylor Whiskey, Uuiimess' Ntouf,
Londonderry Jdihia Water, Delbeck, Pommery,
Buffalo Idiliis Water, Mninm, Clicquot,
White Rock Water. Monopole and
A|)"llliini-i»< Water, Ferrit r Jouet Champairncs,
French and Italian Vermouth, Canadiau Club Whiskey.
Pure California Wines put up in cas 's ready for shipping to all parts ol the
east—a suitable present to tend to your fiiends. Visitors cordially invited to call
and inspect the vintages.
Liquor Dealers and Druggists will find it to tbeir interest to obtain my quota
tions before making purchases.
Special attention paid to the Hotel nod Restaurant trade in pure California
Clarets, Zinfandel, Kauterne, R esling, etc.
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS. LATEST ARRIVALS EX RAIL.
Just r-celved ex ship City oi (H«>kow, vis, 800 cases Duffy's Malt Whiskey,
fen 1> cro, from D»ndnu. 12ft cs.es t?<ss <fc t'o's 75 oasis Joii.nn HotTs Malt
Pi c Ale, piius and quarts, aud Guiuuors' Lub- 50 esses Londonderry Ll'hla Watjr.
lin -lout. 4"<i.lef HulfA O l.lihla Water,
Ex ship Oilon, via few Orlean", Hi rases «a- 2 : . Hi-ri's S nterna.
sorr d Coroiala l.om E. i;usenter ills alnx & Cle, Srft cases " crnod tbn'ii he,
France, ton i-tliiK ol Amwlie. Orruie rtc Men- SO raa"s Bcihesda— half gallons, p'nts *n4
the, c'urao.o, t'reme do Hiwe-i. tlremu de Moka, quarts.
Marlscn'nn, • 'hartronne, liciiedlctinc, etc. 100 i,h'« Val Rials Milwaukee Ueet
Aiso 34 c se«<!. A «. rilewart's Scotch Whis- 20 cases Jackson's Napa Soda, pints and
key, Horn Aberdeen, Scotland, quarts.
Free delivery to all parts of the city. J wPI deliver to any part of Southern
California one gallon of H. J. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, suitable for
family use, secu.-ely packed, including demijohn, for $4. Address all orders to
124 & 126 N. Spring St, Los Angeles, Cal.
■ fcay.SlvK MABKRT QUOTATIONS. j»J
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- I- TBEHOLLENBEGK
aft x. Best Appointed Hotel in
S&ri; ''jS American and European Plans.
H s«(>HHnHl«i Central Location.
Epltffj ,-|. First-class Service.
A. C. BILICKE & CO ,
8-7 4m PROPRIETORS.
THE ONLY ARTIST IN THE CITY TSIKO THAT MAOIC TOOL,
THE AIR BRUSH," " K E"«™ SEPIA PORTRAITS.
COPIED FROM PHOTO OR ORIGINAL BITTISO.
STUDIO, NO. 2ai SOUTH SPRING STREET, UPSTAIRS
flgT-a>ftcbe» Made fo r Any Kind of IlljiatrjUon K"vT*vlng, Etc, 9 18 tt
DR. a E. SMALL, President DR. W. A. SMITH, Manager.
Glass work Ll: >llTo \ *- =^SVssS2l<
At moderate prices." ' Se ° 02Jt *'a Q( , ' \r>£
TVe respectfully solicit investigation of our J
methods aud prices. * ■ ?hone 723
Painless Extracting, Crown and Brldae Work. [7-13 3-n] Bwaved A'omlnum Plates a specialty
213 S. SPRING ST.
For Suits Elegant in Design, Superior in Finish,
■^S^^S^^ 11 ' BfBt Workmanship, Perfect Fitting.
GREAT REDUCTION IN SUMMER SUITS.
~ 815-6 m mmm
IMPORTING GROCER, 136 §138 S. Spring
Uk IXL Livery and Boarding Stable
A^SH^fcv S GEO, PREUTZ > Pr °P'
SUCCESSOR TO L. WILHBLM,
B*6 8. MAIN BTREKT. TKI.EPHONE 297.
j \imVV/ /// Special attention in hacks, ladies' and gentlemen's saddle horses •,
, X Go " (i Prioe * Boarding at low rates. Brick itablas