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Report of observations takeu at Los Arjge'.cs,
Sept. 25, 1893:
Time. Bar. I Trier. STl'i
8:10 a. m. 89.nO. 53 100
0:00 p m 29.H2I 67 7(1
Maximum temperriture, 7*.
Minimum lemper.tore, S2.
Forecast 'or Southern California: F.ilr
weather: slightly cooler Tujsd„y; westerly
The joung Boyle Heights Stars yes
terday afternoon defeated the young Los
The Irish-American Social club will
give a complimentary entertainment and
dance at Music hall next Thursday eve:.
ing in honor of its first anniversary.
There are undelivered telegrama at
tbe Western Union telegraph office,
corner of Court and Main etieate, for;
Jno. E. Ryan, James Gratta, Sue W.
A marriage license waa issued yester
day to Wm. Henry Robinson, aced 21, a
native of Onliiornia and leeidentif Ven
tura, and Vio'a D. Mendenhall, ttjieil 22,
a native of Missouri and reeident of Loe
Maj. Ben C. Trnman'B Illustrated
History of tho World's Fair bae already
run through one edition of 15,000 and
another edition is being printtd, eight
presses boiqg run night and day by the
Mammoth Publishing company oi Cbi
The local union, No. 48, of the White
Waiters are making extensive prepara
tions for their first annual ball, which
will take place at Armory hall Novem
ber 9h. It promises to have the largest
attendance of any social event ot the
Doctors claim that too much minerala
in water are injurious and that Ely elan
water ia absolutely free from deleterious
substances. Orders left lor J.J. Whit
taker, 344 North Main street, will be
promptly atiended to and delivered in
any part of the city.
There will be a meeting of the Dem
ocratic city central committee tonight
at the land office of J. Marion Brooke,
Downey block, at 7:30 p. m. A full at
tendance of the committee ia urgently
requested, as business of importance
will come before tbe committee.
There will be an annual maeting, to
be followed by a eocial, given utider the
auspices of lhe Young Women's Chris
tian Temperance union, in the parlors
of the First M. E. church, Wednesday
evening. September 27, 1803, at 8 p. m.
A very interesting programme has been
arranged for the occasion.
EVERYBODY LIKES IT.
The Philadelphia Beer Going- to the
Front as It Meritoriously Doeerves.
Maier & Zjbelein, the energetic and
popular proprietors of the I'riiladelphia
brewery of this city, ehould certainly
feel elated over the great success they
are meeting with in Los Angelcß and vi
cinity by the steady increase of the con
sumption of their excellent beverage,
which ia fast taking the place of other
brands. Tbe Maier & Zobelein beer is
in many respects far superior to the
many noted eastern brands of lager. It
is healthful, pure, reireshing, nutri
tions, and is alwaye relished by connois
seurs, who invariably pronounce it par
excellence. Ask lor no other, it will pos
itively BUit you by trying it, us its repu
tation never dimiiiiabea as a leader over
all other kinds.
Who We Find We c*n Depend on for a
Square 1> sK »
Log Angeles people pass their opin
ions freely. Tnev knuw who are the
leaders in styles for fall wear in clothirsr
made to order. Gordan Bros, tuke the
lfead thia fall. They have the stock to
Select from —the choicest of pattern;,
the latest designs, tho stylish cut and n
good fit. Well made clothe! nan only
be obtained nt Gordan Llroj., tailora, 118
South Spring street.
Mm. V. £. Fhlli|-i>,
who W located in rooms 31 and 32, Wil
son lllock, corner Firet and Spring
streets, is iooked upon as the leading
ladiea' hair dresser in Loa Angeles.
She i« the sole agent for Madams Rup
pert's toilet preparations, which are weil
known the world over us heiiij; in the
lead above all similar articles. Mie.
Phillips baa a neatly arranged ladies'
shampooing parlor and makes a specialty
of ail kinds oi hair work, also wigs in
•very vari«:y. ller rales aro reasonable,
nnd promptness in every instance her
Hot for the ttt.tit ,taliis.
Through beautiful scenery to view
grander benuties is the case when you
take a trip over the Mount Lowe rail
way, through gorged and ctfiohf, to
Kcno mount, where you can see more ol
the San Gabriel in one glance than by a
week's drive in the valley below. Good
hotel accommodat ons.
Fopnlrtr prices, central location, good
service. Only hotel runn.ug its own
iree buss to and from depots. Day rtttc,
f l £5, $1.50 and $2; meaU, 25 cents.
Corner Main and First etreete, entrance
on First etreet. H, A. Hart & Sons,
246 8. Broadway. The bust lunch parlor
ana delicacy rooms in thu city. Neat,
clean and prompt service. Hot dinner
from 12 to 5 p.m.
Bast India Ilnrh Tea C'urps
Constii atiou, biliousness and hc'daehe,
cleanses the system, atitnulatea th-i liv.r and
kidneys, treses new b)oo<l Entirely vegeta
ble, Sample free. H. M. SALE 6 BO.N, agents,
1420 South Spring street.
Latest St, les In Huts
At Mrs C. Botch's, 2115 t'outh Spring sire t.
The finest pattern hais and norcltlei evu
shown lv this city. Ladies invited to inspect
A. IS. ChapillH.li
Sells the Glen wood ranges and Richtr.oud
ranges, the two belt stoves in America. House
bo d goods a specialty. 414 S. Spring tt.
The Only Kueley Institute
In Southern California is ut Riverside, The
Los Angeles office is at uoms 04 ant] 05, New
If You Need a Trtiis
Call at Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed,
We take pleasure in anniiununi; that wi are
now fully prepared to do all kinds of Klasi
beveling, aud manufacture all kinds <if French
plate mirror < Old and damaged mirro c re
silvered. All work guarantee 1. ti..Kiiphael &
Ye., 44b snd 440 South bpringst.
CEYLON TEAS. SSi.
Marlborough school, West Twenty
third etreet, select home school for 1(3
girls. A few day scholars received; pu
pils graduated in English, Latin and
general course or given a thorough prep
aration for college. Special opportuni
ties for nigh school graduates who wish
to take uo an extended course in litera
ture, history or modern languages, or to
prepare for foreign travel. Native teach
ers in modern languages with five les
sons per week, natural method. One
hour's work each week in harmony and
thorough base to piano pnpils and two
lessons a week in chorus singing to the
entire school, without extra charge.
Mrs. Garden-MKcleod, a graduate o' '
South Kensington's art school will havi
charge of the art department. For in
formation apply at the school any after
The best end most healthful beveragi
in the market is the world-renownet
Pabst beer. It ha 9no equal, Recog
nizsd to be the best brewed. Tbe Panel
Brewing company of Milwaukee hai
taken the tirst prize in all contest!
again*!, all cornDetitors. Aek for the
lliue R.bbou or Export. Germain Fruil
compauv, bo!p agents for Southern Call'
fornia, 218, 220 and 222 North Los An
geles street. Telephone 12.
The Los Angeles phonograph parlors
will furnish it phonograph to lecord and
at once reproduce some of the number!
of the Epworth Cidet band concert Fri
day evening at First Methodise church.
Tteketl may be had at parlors, No. 345}j
S uth Spring.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy in now located
in the Bryeun-Bouehraie bicck. Keei
dence. Baker block. Office hours, 11 :3C
to 3:30. Sundnys arid evenina* by ap
poiutmeut. Otlice telephone, 1180; res
idence telephone, 1050
Go to Ebinger's restaurant; best
French dinner and order home iv the
city. Everything tirel-clasf. Attentive
white waiter?. No Chinese employed,
Don't forget the place, aou.hwest corner
Third aud Spring.
Dr. Rebecca Leu Do-sey, 114 South
Spring etreet. Special attention given
to obstetrical cr.eea and all diseases of
women Hml chiliiren. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, the best wear ami the lowest
prices at the cheapest place on eartu
for boots and ehoee, 118 East First, be
tween Main ami Los Angeles streets.
This week you can buy a beautiful
framed photo engraving lor OOC at Lich
tenherger's art emporium, 107 North
Main etreet. Bring your pictures and
get estimate for framing them.
The Epworth Cadet band will give a
concert next Friday evening at the First
Methodist churcb. Tickets on eale at
Kxton A Cist's music store, 329 South
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, hairdreseing and
manicuring, 107 North Spring street,
rooms, 24, 25 and 2G, Schumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence i.'desired.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds'of oid eilver at the eilverHraith'e
and draw out new epooub, fork?, otc.
Alwayßopen. BaeemcntTimeß bntiding,
A great reduction of fine tailoring.
Only a lew tickote left to the bicycle to
be given away by Korn & Ksntrowitz,
the Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
For pure Sonoma, Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brp.ndies and whiskies call at E.
Fleur'e, -IH4 40t>N. Loa Angeles st. Eaet
srn shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Littleboy'a pharmacy is thort.uglily
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptiona there to be
Hiled. No. 311 South Spring etreet.
Another moonlight excursion tomor
row evening at Rubio neflon. Take Ter
minal train at 4or 6:30 p.m. Dancing
it pavilion and can in illuminated.
Elsinore hot eprings and hotel. Full
particulars regarding this famous resort
at the Ilamman bath, 233 South Main
etreet, Loa Angeles.
Adams Bros., dentists, 239JJ South
Spring etreet. Painless tilling and ex
tracting. The best sets of teeth from $0
We will tend Advance eewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Loe An
gelea. Call or address 128 South Main
Dr. Joseph Kurtz aud Dr. Carl Kurtz,
phyeiciane and enrgeone, have removed
ttieir offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A.Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and reßidence, 120 North Main,
new McDonald block ; telephone 254.
For the choicest kind of meats call
on Lonis Streuber, 13S N. Main at.; tel.
100. Orders promptly attended to.
Dr. K. I). Wise, office22GSouth Spring
street. Otiiee hours from Bto 10 a.m.
and 2to 5 p.m. Telephone 340.
Pianos for sale, rent, tuniDg and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Robert Sharp A Co., funeral directors
(independent) 530 S. spring at. ; tel. 1029.
Bahjps, guitarn and mandolins at Ex
ton & Cist'e, 829 South Spring Btreet.
Dr. Wm. Brill haß removed hißoffice to
341 " a 8. Spring et.. over Niles Pease.
Get tickets for Epworth Cadet band
cuncert at Purant's music store.
Take Arabian Headache Powder for
headache and neuralgia.
15uy the Whitney make of trunk, 344
North main etreet.
Insure with A. C. Goleh, 147 South
20 per ct. clTon opals, at Campbell's.
F, H. Ransom, S. H. Molson, Oakland; W. E.
RobiusoQ, J. M. StewaTi, F. f. Ilumeti, i.os au
ir«-lcs, M". and *irs O.M. ' lark. E.gris, Ohio:
Mrs. o. W, Kennedy, Albuquerque: .luriu-s
Johnson-, Needlsai O. F. Fai lug, Mr. and Mrs.
F. 111-hop, F. Gibson, Cnicaco: J. E. chappell,
\t. ComUOCS, A. I. Orate, W, 11. Waller, J. A.
O'lbcrt, E. f. Mcv-augn, F. S. (Jail, T M.
li'inpliry, Mr. ai d Mis. JI. 1). Roup, s.im lT»y
--ni-n, J. O 'mriick, tan Francisco; N. A. Mar
■B4ll, M»J :i -Id: Mr nnd Mr*. 0, B owurt. li K.
Kraoeb, nob*. Benner, rtlverude; Mr and Mr.-.
E. Parser, Monterey; 11. li JleahiiickSati Dieyu;
Mr. and Mr-. N. W. Ma oit, W. 11. Meany, J. A-
Mcdgetl. Santa Maihara;L It. Dill, Cleveland;
(i, M. Fane, cuuu Atia; Dr. 'lltos. Maciny,
Heuluma; 0: A. Stllson, r-wn Jacinto; 'j. W.
Prlteha d, Las Vega*, N. M.: Mr. and siis. J. J.
Martin, Long lie oh; f. G, Kins, St. 1 o''ls,Mo.;
J. uci.'ulloch, Eugland; j. r. J. n. Ojxley,
Vorouto, Can idc.
I I re Insurance itutes Krduced.
Independent of tbe 1 compact " See Ili.sker
vtlle, tils North Main (l.unfranco building)
end *aye money
Dressed to Order Iv Kivj Minutes.
. 1.iv,., f.it chickens. Bean A Clark. ll(i X sth.
Headqoart r, lor thoroughbred poultry, gams
Dr. D- S. Dlftenbnclier, Dentist,
l'.9>, S. Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
HeW end Old Itooks,
Macazlnes, etc. Dook Exchange, cor. Second
and Main streets.
Prof. L. Loch's musical studio opens Sept.
15th, ISH% rinuth spring street. Call Tue»
days, lhuisdays aud satuidays.
Wmkuu umbrellas, summer tap dusters. Foy's
old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles.
Use QSBHAH Family 6oap.
LOS ANGELES TIERALEi TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26. 1893.
THE COUNTY TREASURER MUSS.
Mr. Fleming Perfects His Bond
Bnt His Right to the Office Hast Be
The Names of the Bondsmen—The New
Treasurer Krfused Possession or
the Oflloo-A Test Case
to Jse Made.
The county treasurer situation as
sumed a new phase yesterday and has
got into the courts at last.
It began by T. .1. Fleming qualifying
on his bond and attempting to enter up
on the discharge of the duties of county
The legal adviser of Mr. Fleming did
not consider it necessary for him to ob
tain the signatures of all the superior
judges, aud when the four present in the
! city. Judges Shaw, Van Dyke, Clark and
| Wade appended their official lists to tbe
j document tbey started in.
The sureties of Treasurer Fleming, as
I announced several days' since by the
I Hi:rald, are made up of men of four
| banks. Their names are as follows :
A. W. liven, $20,01)0; W. G. Cochran,
$20,000; George H. Bonebrake, $28,000;
Warren Gillelen, $12,000; J. Franken
field, $10,000; James C. ivaye, $10,000;
Ssm I.3wis, $10,000; G. VY. Hughes.
$12,000: R T. Lotspeich. $12,000; E.
W. Jonee, $10,000; I. B. Newton. $11,
--000; John M. C. Marble, $20,000; E. W.
McDonald, $20,000; Charles A. Marrin
er, $10,000; F. C. Howes, $25,000; Tel
fair CrtMghton, $15,(01); James F. Tow
ell, $20,000; W. L. Graves, $20,000, and
E. F. C. Klokke, $15,000.
When Mr. Fleming made a demand
ion Assistant Treasurer Tiernau to be
i put in possession of tbe office, permis
sion was refused. The deputy treas
urers in the different banks holding
county iunds at present also refused to
turn over the money to the new treas
This course wae in pursuance of a
plan to lest the validity of the appoint
ment of Mr. Fleming by throwing the
matter into the courts.
Mr. Fleming went before the board of
supervisors and announced the action of
Mr. Tiernan, and the following resolu
tion was adopted:
Resolved, That the district attorney
of this county be and he is hereby au
thorized to institute euch action as he
; may deem necessary to recover tho
| books, papers, vouchers and money be
: longing to the treasurer's office of this
1 county, for and in behalf of T. J. Flem
ing, treasurer, such suit to be prose
cuted in the name of tbe people.
In pursuance of this authority a com
plaint wflß tiled in the clerk's office late
in the afternoon. It is brought on be
half of the people and the defendants
are J. De Barth Shorb, J. M. Tiernan,
John Miner, George 11. Stewart, G. B.
Shaffer, E. W. Cox", L. N. Breed, J. M.
Witmer, John Bryson, sr., and A. Had
ley, all deputy county treasurers.
ihe complaints set forth tbe facts ac
outlined above, and asks that judgment
be rendered directing the defendants to
turn over the hooka, records and moneys
of the county iv their possession ; aleo
asking the court to put Mr. Fleming in
possession of the treasurer's office,
i Every effort will be made to have the
: suit speedily determined.
Koutlne Affairs Which Were Transacted
At the meeting of the board of super
visors yesterday thecounty surveyor wae
instructed to make a aurvey of a wash
on Mrs. Anna Steven's land north of
Pomona at the expense of the peti
On motion $900 was allowed the citi-
S zens of LI Monte for gravelling the pub
The county surveyor was allowed an
additional deputy at a salary of $90 per
The work of grading Highlands avenue
The hospital repairs performed by J.
M. Tibbetts were accepted and a war
rant ordered drawn for $545.
Chairman Cook wae granted 30 days'
leave of absence from September 26th.
On motion Chairman Cook was au
thorized to have repairs made on the
Newton bridge in tbe San Gabriel road
The applications of Jack Nelson for a
saloon license at Newhal! and Thomas
Bartlett for one at Alhambra were set
for October 11th for a hearing.
THE CITY BANK.
Another Suit Commenced Against the
Judge Shaw yesterday overruled the
| demurrer entered by Jones and Allen,
j tbo attorneys against the suit in inter
vention of James M. Rice, recently in
corporated in the action ol the deposi
tors of tbe late City bank against tbe
stockholders of that organization. This
action in intervention is brought to re
cover the sum of $12110 alleged to have
been placed with the City bank aa a
special depoeit by an irrigation cozn
puny ol Gila Bend, Arizona, of which
Mr. Kice is an officer. Judje Shaw
gave Receiver Washburn until Wednes
day to file an answer.
8. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled
with Neuralgia aud ltueuinalism, fits stomach
wan disordered, his liver was afiectod to au
alarming degre", anputite fell away, and lie
was i>-mbly reduced in flesh aud strengtu,
Thrte bottles of tllectric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Ilatrisburg, 1,1, had a
running sore un bis leg of eight years stand
lug. fT»*d three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes of Buckleu's Arnica Halve, and bis
leg is 1 and wall. John .Speaker, Catawba,
<_>~ "ad five large fever sores on ills leg, doctors
sa-rt he was incurable. One bottle Klectric
Bitters and one bog Bucklen's Arnica naive
cured him entirely. Sold by 0. F. Helnzemau,
druggitt aud chemist, 222 «. Main street.
What lolly! Tob3 without Boechara's PUIS,
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
1 DR - J - p - TUDOR, Manager.
S W^^^^^^^^ KUBBER PLATES-UPPER, OR LOWER.
Wi *'iwt Grade, $i.oO> Second tirade. $8.50.
Cement Filling. 500t075c
Aluminum Plates $10 00 to $15.00 Teeth extracted for 250.
PorCCi :iH CrOSiifi Ll.uv W o.GO I'aiuicos tAii»b»uU wj Bunvs-UflHi; us-
Go.d Crowns S.OOto 700 sired.
i.oil Fllllnm From $1.50 up. Hie administration of gas a specialty.
Sliver or Amalgam Killings.... 50c to $1.00 Jfxft-Ail wjrn guarauteed.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO, *W2B&&*
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
A Supreme Court—Chinese Cases—New
A brief opinion by tbe supreme court
in the case of the People ye. Casteel et
al. was received by Deputy Clerk Ses
non yesterday. The defendants, con
victed of robbery, appealed from an
order denying a motion for a new trial.
There was no oral argument in tha su
preme court and the appellants filed no
points and authorities. The court dis
covered no error in the record and
affirmed the judgment of tbe lower
The final report of Receiver Brodt
beck of the City bank waa approved by
Jugde Shaw yesterday.
Jim Lee, Chew Lee Ling and Chew
Yoke, three Fresno Chinese highbind
ers, were ordered deported yesterday by
One caee was taken nnder advisement
and the remainder went over until this
The trial of J. M. Haley, indicted for
iorgery, was set by Judge Shaw yester
day for NovemberUtb.
The arraignment of A. D. Childress,
J. S. Park and Le Grand Betts was con
tinued by Judge Shaw yesterday until
A motion was made before Judge
Shaw yesterday to set aside tbe indict
ments against G. H. Stowell and
James Oaborn, charging them with vio
lation of the game lawe. The motion
was denied, and the demurrers presented
were continued to September 26tb.
The sentence of U. IC. Hamilton, con
victed of assault with a deadly weapon,
was continued by Judge Shaw yesterday
to September 26tb.
In the case of Henry Vejar, indicted
on a charge of perjury, Horace Appel,
his attorney, riled a motion yesterday
morning before Judge Shaw to set ueide
the indictment on the ground tbat tbe
grand jury was illegally impanneled.
The motion wbb continued until this
morning for a hearing.
Mrs. Sarah 0, McCormick was granted
a divorce by Judge Clark yesterday from
N. K. McCormick, on the ground of de
Preliminary papers were fllod in the
county clerk's office yesterday in the
following new cases:
Phillip F. Ebert vs. S. W. Shumway
et al. —Suit to obtain an accounting on
a contract and payment of balance due.
Nora McCartney vs. David V. Waldron
et al. —Foreclosure suit for $20 000.
W. C. Bailey vs. Pomoua Land and
Water company—Suit for $5000 damagea
for injuries received by tripping over a
Charles M. Stimeon ye. H. A. Unruh
and T. F. Hayes—Snit for $633.03, bal
ance claimed to be due on account.
The True Laxative Principle
Of tiie plants used in manufacturing
the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figs, has
a permanently beneficial effect on tho
human system, while tbe cheap vegeta
ble extracts and mineral solutions, usu
ally sold as medicines, are permanently
injurious. Being well informed you will
use the true remedy only. Manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup Co.
X World-wide, ||
means world-tried. Z
• The high reputation m
• and enormous sale of ®
( a S a ) Pills
©reflect the wisdom of flfe
©two generations. A
85 cents a box,
ISuADI MARK REGISTERED.!
I Imq / blade a well,
THK CUBIT Y< F I I
HINDOO REMEDY vM'On/^^j
PRODT CES THK ABOVE a -1 /
REAI'I.TK In 80 1» \ VS. Cures f*ll\°OrX^r/
Nervous I>i/oase», Failt rig Memory, \. *\ ™S
Paresis, HlovplcssnctiF,. Nightly Emln-
BioTtis [rives vigor ***" " to shrunken organs, oto.
caused liv oant abuse* nnd quick)v but nurely restores
Manhood In old or young. Easily carried in vert
pocket. I'rit-c ijtl.oo a package. Six for •*.",,<,•> wit h v
written eiioi'nnt,"' to cure or money relumied. Don't
let any nrinriiiniplfd druggist cell you any Kiwi of
imit -if inn. Insist on having IS I>AlMl—aono other. If
ho hA3not pot it.wo will send it by mail upcnrceelntot
price. Pamphlet in hoaled envelope freo. Address
Oriental Medical Co., 6(1 rTjmaoth Place, Chicago, 111.
SOLD by H. Germain, I*3 South Spring St., LOS
ANGELES, CAL., and other Leading Druggist**
fASTStoOSDER 0. SUITS to ORDEB
4.00 fm\ 17.50
4.50 / mm 20.00
5.00 \\mm 22.50
5.50 li r 25.00
6.00 \m 27.50
413 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
JUST BELOW FOURTH ST. 6- ly
Minor Cases Which Were on Trial
J. J. Sullivan wan examined yesterday
before Justice Austin upon a charge of
grand larceny, and held for trial in bonds
Sullivan went into a Spring-street sta
tioner's and aeked permission to leave a
parcel there, nroinising to return later
on. lie returned and took away hia
property, at the name time time etealing
a parcel of pens, valued at $80.
He waD arrested by Detectives Good
man and Marsh, and the stolen property
J. Dunkelberger was fined $3 yester
day by Justice Austin for disturbing the
The defendant was one of the crowd
watching Saturday's fire on First street.
When told hy Officer Rico to move on,
he remarked that he would be — if he
He did move, however, and with the
A New Cause.
Thousands Flock to Its Stakdabd.-When
a new cause ia presented to tho public it always
excites attention. A prominent physician has
said tbat la grippe, dv- ing the last three years
has dune more to weaken the hearts of tne
world than any other cause that has ever ex
isted. Tnose who have had this malady and
subsequently found themselves subject to pal
pitation, short breath, irregular pin&e. wind in
stou-ach, pain ln side or shoulder, smothering
spells, faiutlng, dropsy, etc., may feel assured
they have heart disease, which unless ducked
nt once, may result fatal 5. Dr. Miles' New
Heart Care is the only remedy that can be re
lied upon to cfi'ent a cure, sold by C H. Hance,
177 N. Sp'ing. on a guarantee. Ask for the doc
tor's new book, free.
Poison Oak— Hall's Cream Salve
Will give immediate relief and cure in 21
hourr. 'Joe and 500. Off & Vaughn's drug
store. Fourth and Spring stsceta.
I KAN-KOO 1
The Oldest and Larg-
Sf est Curio Store on the * *
** Tacirlc Coast, offers ♦*
sweeping reductions ii
o* in all departments. »❖
This is done to make ft
$0 room for the large %i
*♦ invoice of Holiday j*
Goods that will soon ti
|S arrive, |S
8 110 SOUTH SPRING ST. H
at Ol'F. HOTEL NADEAU. it
♦ ♦ ** 6m
128 HOETH MAIIT ST
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
y Kidney and Blad
jA y. der Diseases,
Acute and C hronic
I Xi Organal Weakness
A. . Sexual Indiffer
en!B o< Both
Blood and Skin
yß&mw&e*T r' roln P t 'y and Per-
liR WHITE In the oldest and most successful
Private, Nervous and Chronic Di case Special
ist on the Coast. All Sain and Blood Diseases
promptly cured without mercury. impotency,
Seminal Weakness, Varicocele, Syphilis, Gon
orrhoea, Gleet, Nervous Debility, Kidney and
Bladuer diseases scientlficslly treated and per
manently cured. No surgical stain?) lake
methods employed. No hired substitutes.
The aflllcted may write in strict confidence.
Letters answered in plsln envelope. Medicine
sent securs from exposure. Address
DB. WHITE'S DISPENSARY.
128 N. Main St., New McDonald Block,
0-0 tf Los Angeles, Gal.
Mr7\T DR. LIEBIG cfc CO., the old
r" 1 . INI vat and mmt reliable Bn»M»l
" ' Physicians and Surgeons on
the Pacific Coast, continue to cure all diseases
of a chrouie and private nature, no matter
bow complicated or who has lalled. rend for
a confidential look to men, explaining wby
thoussnd* cannw get cured.
JL-J a. MAIN ST., LOb ANGELES.
ESTABLISHED 1880. *
H. J. WOOLLACOTT,
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'B Malt Whiskey, Val Blata Milwaukee Beer,
Mclhvood Whiskey, Bass & Cu.'s Palo Ale,
Old Taylor Whiskey, Guinness' Stout,
Londonderry Idthia Water, Delbeek, Poiiunery,
Bnffalo Lit hia Water, Milium, Clleqnot,
White Rock Waukesha Water, Monopole and
Apullinaris Water, Terrier .fount Ohainpaarnes,
French and Italiau Vermouth, Canadian Club Whiskey.
Pure California Wines put up in casts ready for shipping to all parts of the
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 to the Hotel and Restaurant trade in pure California
Clarets, Zinfandel, Sauterne, Riesling, etc.
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS. LATEST ARRIVALS EX RAIL
Just received ex ship City ol Glasgow, via 500 cases Duffy's Malt Whiskey.
Ban In ego, from London, 125 oases Bass 4 Oo.'s 75 cases Jolisnn Hull's Malt
Pale Ale, pints and quarts, and Guinness' hub- 50 cases Londonderry Llihla Water,
llnetout. 40 esses Buffalo Lithla Wator.
Ex ship Orlou, via New Orleans, 38 cases »s- 25 cases 13. Men's X lutorna.
sorted Cordials from K. Cusenier Sis sine & Cle, 25 cases » stood Atwiuihu.
France, consisting ol Aulsette, Urerue de Men- 80 cases Beihcsila—halt gallons, pats anil
the, Curacao, Creme de Koses, Creme de Moka, quarts,
Marlschlno, Ohartrcusse, Benedictine, etc. 100 üble. Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer.
AJso 34 cisesC. A w. Stewart's Scotch Wuls- 20 cases Jackson's Napa Boda, plats and
key. fiom Aberdeen, Scotland, quarts.
Free delivery to all parts of the city. I will deliver to any part of Southern
California one gallon of H. J. W. pure Gourbon or Rye Whiskey, suitable for
family use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $4, Address all ordcra to
i 24 & 126 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
gttBWS MARKET QUOTATIONS.
TELEPHONE: 44. B-10-3m
DB. H. E. SMALL, President.. DR. W. A. SMITH. Manager
Class work "--^^V^S^
At moderate prices. ' Sa °°n<ii aQ(l ' ' \E>~
We respectfully solicit investigation of our
methods and prices. y - Phono 721
Painless Extracting, Crown and Bridge Work. [7-13 3ml Swaged Aluminum Plates a speolslti
11 — ■ ~ *—~~—=xi^jl
/ 1213 S. SPRING ST.
.' ! For S|iltB Elegant in Design, Superior in Finish,
li<,st w<,J ' kmausui I». Perfect Kitting-.
' GREAT RKDIICTION IN SUMMER SUITS.
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
I CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, ETC. !
WAY DOWN FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS.
337, 339 and 341 S. Spring St.
P 13-3 m
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices.
<>ls, 36 and 1047. s is tt 130 West Second Street^
IMPORTING GROCER, 1361138 S. Spring
' 7-20 ly tv —
IXL LiYerj and Boarding Stable
j£fl|H^k: s GEO - PREUTZ, Prop.
SUCCESSOR TO L. WILHELM,
s ' tß B ' MAIN SIBSET. TKLBPHONE 297.
WKfY/Jyj Special attention in backs, ladles' and gentlemen's •addle horses
Good rigs. Prices rea6onable. g ßoardlng at low rates. Brick stables
THE ONLY ARTIST IN THE CITY USING THAT MAGIC TOOL,
THE AIR BRDSH; xffl S- SEPIA PORTRAITS.
COPIED FROM PHOTO OR ORIGINAL SITTING.
STUDIO, NO. 221 SOUTH SPRING STREET, UPSTAIRS
gay-Sketches Made for Any Kind of Illustration. Engraving, Etc. 918 tt
NO ONE SHOULD FAIL TO TRY
O A T C< TT TT>TTTT T) OVTHTT)
It Is Prepared Expressly For Sulphur Baths at Home.
IT CONVERTS EVERY BATH TUB INTO A SULPHUR SPRING. CURES RAEUUATISat
AND SKIN DIBEASkS. IT GIVBB UNEXCELLED SULPHUR BATHS.
9-7 lm GODFREY & MOOKK, 108 B. SPJEUNU ST., AGENTS,