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- Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
Dot. 7, 1898:
Maximum temperature, 79.
Forecast lor Southern California: Fair
Weather, slightly cooler Sunday; westetiy
The weather bulletin issued last even
ing announces rain at Eureka and Port
Open air concert at Westlake park
this afternoon by tbe Douglass Military
The finance committee of the council
met yesterday morning, but besides
transacting routine business nothing of
importance was done.
Tbe poet's concert of the Unity club
promises to be the treat of the season.
Bee the rules governing the contest in
this issue of the Herald.
Knights of Honor are requested to
meet at the lodge room, 107 1 ., North
Main street, at 12:30 this day (Sunday),
prior to attending the funeral of our de
ceased brother, J. M. Laehbrooke.
The Theoeopbical society, whose head
quarters are at 481)$ South Spring
street, will be addressed this evening at
7:45 o'clock by U. A. Gibson of Tacoma.
Hia subjects will be Emerson and Occult
There will be a meeting of gentlemen
at 3 p. m. today at Y. M. I. hall,
North Main Btreet, for the purpose of
making arrangements for tbe coming
orphans' fair. A full attendance is de
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union telegraph office,
corner of Court and Main street", for
B. S. Hubbard, Geo. Borcheif? E. 8.
Gerling, Ysaac Pedrin and No. 313 New
Tbe committee appointed by the coun
cil to expert ou the hooka of ex-Street
Superintendent Hutchison, baa engaged
Mr. Davia, who ia now investigating the
books. It will be several weeks before
a report can be formulated.
The gospel meeting of the Young
Women's Christian association will be
held in their rooms. The Crocker,
this afternoon at 3:45, to which
all young women are cordially invited
to be present. Miss Hathaway will lead
and Miss Garten, with the young ladies'
quartette orchestra, will furnish the
The funeral of tbe late John McLash
brooke will take place this afternoon
from the family residence, 312 Beaudry
. avenue. The lodges of Masons, Odd
Fellows, Knights of Honor and K. O.
T. M., of which deceased was a mem
ber, will attend. The deceased was for
10 years manager of J. W. Robinson's
dry goods store.
The Rev. Alfred W. Clarke, rector of
Christ Cburcb, will deliver a discourse
on Sensational Preaching this morning
'at 11 o'clock matins. The service will
be according to the usual Episcopal
formula. Mrs, Hance, jr., becomes tbe
leading soprano next week, thus com
pleting the best Episcopal church quar
tette to be found within a sacred edifice
in Southern California.
Owing to a lack of tax collections the
school fund, tbe Btreet sprinkling, the
fire department and the gas and light
funds of the city are depleted, but it ie
expected the collections will swell them
this week. The teachers of the city
will secure their warrants for their first
month's work probably on Thursday.
The board of education will pass upon
them tomorrow night.
Glance st this, and don't glance off,
like a bullet from a rock. It damages
tbe bullet to strike a rock, but it'll dam
age you most not to strike Desmond's
stock of $2.50 soft and stiff fall and win
ter hats. Everybody is struck on them,
because it's a snap shot of fashion in
her best attire. That explains why hia
hats are snapped up by a" the good
dressers in Los Angeles, and you'll have
the right snap about your attire if you
select your hats, 50-cent neckwear and
other accessories of a good appearance at
his store, which is in the Bryson block,
No. 141 South Spring street.
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. H. A. Hart & Sons,
> Sls Kaward.
Off & Vaughn, druggists, corner
Fourth and Spring streets, are author
ised to refund the above in any case that
a single bottle of Smith's Dandruff
Pomade fails to cure. Never known to
fail. Try it.
How Delightful to Dine
At a neat and perfectly clean dining
parlor. Then go to The Library, 246
South Broadway. Hot dinner from
noon till 5 p. m.
For a good table wine.order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50c per gal. T. Yacbe&Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 209.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis
sewing machines. Drop postal card to
128 South Main street.
Howry & Bresee, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
Londonderry Water, Woollacott, ag't.
Bast India Herb Tea Cores
Constipation, biliousness and headache,
cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, n-akes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample free. H. M. SALE & SON, agents,
220 South Spring street.
All the Nobby Style.
In Ladies' Hats just to hand. They are beau
ties. Just too lovely for anything. See them
at once at Mrs. C. Doseh's, 235 a Spring st,
A. It. Oliapiuan
Bells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond
ranges, the two beat stoves in America. House
hold goods a specialty. 414 a Spring St.
The Only Keeley Institute
In Southern California is at Riverside. The
Los Angeles office is at rooms 04 and 05, New
New and Old Hooks,
Magazines, etc. Book Exchange, cor. Second
and Main streets.
If Yon Meed a Truss
Call at Beckwith's pharmacy, :jo:i North Main.
A at guaranteed,
Fire Insurance Bate. Kednced.
Independent of the "compact." Koe iiasker
ville, 218 North Main (Lanfranco building;
and save money
Dr. D. S. Diffenbeoher, Dentist,
-vwt, m«u A ami. ft,
The beat aud most healthful beverage
in the market iB the world-renowned
Pabat beer. It has no equal. Recog
nized to be the best brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee has
taken the first prize in all contests
against all competitors. Ask for the
Blue Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit
company, sole agents for Southern Cali
fornia, 218, 220 and 222 North Los An
geles street. Telephone 12.
At Wilmington Catholic church Rev.
Father Curran will celebrate high mass
at 10 a. m. The music is mass in D, by
Weldon. Mrs. Stanbury, soprano;
Mrs. Gardner, alto; Mr. W. Sellen
acheidt, base; Mrs. M. Sellenscheidt,
organist. Offertory on alto solo by Mrs,
B. Gardner Aye Maria, composed by A.
Cathedral high mass at 10 a. m. The
music is St. Louis mas in G, revised by
Hamma. The eolo quartette consists
of Miss Ethel Graham, soprano; Miss
Hayes, alto; Dr. Jaucb, tenor; Mr. F.
VV. Wallace, base. At the offertory Miss
Cecelia Gardner will Aye Maria by Ros
sini. A. G. Gardner, organist.
324 South Spring street is the place
you want to go at once if you need
anything in the idraiture line. Wood
bam & Co. Ie the name of tbe firm, and
they are reliable and are Belling their
large stock at remarkably low prices.
For fine, artistic picture frames go to
Sanborn, Vail & Co., 133 8. Spring.
They have the largeat stock, the. latest
goods, and at prices to suit all. They
have had long experience and have
every facility for doing good work.
For Avalon, Cataiina island—Steamer
Falcon, connecting at San Pedro with
morning trains from Los Angeles; sails
Saturdays, October 7th and 14th, re
turning Mondays following. Excursion
along the island's coast Sunday.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located
in the Bryson-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, 1056.
Go to Ebinger'e restaurant; best
French dinner and order house in tbe
city. Everything first-class. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forgot tbe place, southwest corner
Third and Spring.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical casea and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5.
At the open meeting of the Science
association in the Turnverein hall,
Tuesday, the first. 8 p. m., Major Powell
of the United States survey, will lecture
on the "Cations of Colorado." Every
Elegant suits to order for $25. Pants,
(6. All new and Btylish goods. Tne
largest and best etock in Los Angelea to
select from. First-class work. Joe
Poheim, Tbe Tailor, 143 8. Spring st.
If you desire to purchase a framed
picture or anything in the art line, do
not fail to visit Liohtenberger's art em
porium, 107 North Main street. End
less variety and lowest prices.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, the best wear and the lowest
prices at the cheapest place on earth
for boots and Bhoes, 118 East First, be
tween Main and Los Angeles streets.
If you want to see the latest styles
and designs in crockery, glassware, etc.,
call on the Z. L, Parmelee Co, It is a
treat to spend an hour looking over
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, hairdressing and
manicuring, 107 North Spring street,
rooms, 24, 25 and 26, Schumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new epoona, forks, etc.
Always open. Basement Timea building.
The following are specialties at San
born, Vail & Cos., 133 8. Spring: Fram
ing pictures, picture framing, art ma
terials, blue print paper, art novelties.
A great reduction of fine tailoring.
Only a few tickets left to the bicycle to
be given away by Korn & Kantrowitz,
tbe Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
G. T. Hanly, the coffee and tea dealer,
baa removed to 701 College Btreet. Call
up telephone 111 when in need of Peer
less Blend or any other kind of coffee.
For pure Sonoma, Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Fleur'B, 404-406 N. Los Angeles st. East
ern ehipmenta a specialty. Tel. 224.
Littleboy's pharmacy iB thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
filled. No. 311 South Spring etreet.
Do not fail to attend the Unity club's
lecture course. Hon. Enoch Knight and
Hon. Cornelius F. Cronin will deliver
papers next Wednesday evening.
F'.leinore hot springs and hotel. Full
particulars regarding this famous resort
at tbe Hamman bath, 230 South Main
Btreet, Los Angelee.
Adams Broß., dentists, 239 •< South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. The boet sets of teeth from $6
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 Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 126 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
street. Office hours from Bto 10 a.m.
and 2to 5 p.m. Telephone 340.
Buy Nelson's men shoes; feels juet ac
eacy as an old shoe. M. P. Snyder, cole
agent, 222 South Spring street.
Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent). 530 S. spring st.; te1.1029.
Banjoa, guitars and mandoline at Ex
ton & Cist's, 32!) South Spring Btreet.
Dr. Wm. Brill has removed his office to
341) aS. Spring St., over Nileß Pease.
Special prices on crockery and cham
ber seta ior hotels at Parmelee'e.
For cheap Bhoes go to M. P. Snyder,
222 South Spring Btreet.
Take Arabian Headache Powder for
headache and neuralgia.
Buy the Whitney make of trunk, 344
North main street.
Insure with A. O. Golsh, 147 South
Special sale at Campbell's. See ad.
Dr.McCoy, Eye, Ear, Throat. Bryson bk.
The Poet's Conteat, Unity club.
Gas fixtares at Parmelee's.
Mount Lows Hallway.
Four trains today. Seventy-five
cents to Ivubio canon. Grand mountain
trip; beautiful scenery; good hotels and
o«i<l H*M fin)"
LOST ANGELES TTERALPt SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER », 1893.
THE VOICE OF LABOR.
The Lob Angeles County Council of
Labor held its regular session last
Wednesday evening. A full delegation
wae present from all the unions and
considerable business was transacted.
An invitation from tbe Turners to
assist in the laying of the corner stone
of their new building wae accepted. A
large delegation from the labor unions
will be present.
Resolutions of regret on tbe death of
W. H. Mitehell was adopted and the
sympathy of the council was extended
to his family.
Repoits from tbe unions showed that
businesa was improving in tbe city.
Resolutions from the carpenters'
union were indorsed asking tbat the
city charter be amended so tbat no
more work be done by contract.
Invitations to aend speakers to tbe
county convention of the Farmers'
Alliance at Gardens, October 6th and
7th was accepted, and Messrs. Ran
dolph, Fiek, Severance and Matthews
were elected as tbe council's represen
Delegate Knight reported that Eugene
Debs, president of the Firemans' Broth
erhood, would be in the city Boon, and
if possible a maaa meeting would be
The secretary was instructed to com
municate with all industrial organisa
tions in tbe county asking their co-oper
ation in labor'B struggle against its ene
The White Waiters' union will give a
ball in Armory hall next Thursday even
The picnic of the Butchers' union last
Sunday was very largely attended and
waa a success financially.
The Cooks' union is now in a very
prosperous condition and since the de
portation of tbe Chinese cooks all the
members are at work. Many of the men
previous to this were out of work and
actually suffering. Now they are happy
and contented and enjoying some of the
comforts of life.
Thia city ia rapidly receiving a large in
flux of unemployed laboring men from
the eaat, but so far the free labor bureau
has been able to eupply the majority
with work in the country. But tbat
work is falling off, and if many more
ome in their care will be quite a prob
lem. But few of tbe men coming in are
skilled laborers, the majority being men
who have been accustomed to doing
rough work. A large number are re
ported as being in Mojave at the gold
claime in tbat place. Few of tbe men
are making a living and the majority
will undoubtedly find their way in to
this place. An engineer who left here
to go there has returned and reports
the men as desperate characters.
While returning home he was held up
Just as soon as tbe calendar in the
federal court is cleared in this city an
active campaign will be begun against
the Chinese in Los Angeles. The feder
ated trades have no intention of allow
ing tbe law to become a dead letter if
they can prevent it. They have no de
sire to hamper the officials in their work '
and for tbat reason have not vigorously
pushed matters. The chief of police in
San Francisco has notified tbe labor
council that he will assist them in locat
ing Chinamen in tbat city. The courts
in that place require the real name of
tbe Chinese, a difficult matter to ascer
The San Diego federation reports busi
ness very dull in tbat city except with
tbe 'longshoremen. Resolutions were
adopted indorsing Congressman Geary's
position on the Chinese extension mat
ter and his anti-immigration bill. The
labor day celebration in that city wae a
Toledo, 0., street car men initiated
200 men in one evening at one meeting.
Cleveland, 0., has been finding out
how many unemployed men there,are
in that city, and puts the number at
President Perkins, of tbe International
Cigarmakers' union, has issued an ad
dress requesting all local cigarmakers'
unions to take iegal proceedings against
any person detected in selling cigars in
boxes bearing counterfeit union labels.
Joe Swinton, tbe veteran labor advo
cate, speaking upon tbe labor movement,
the hopes and aspirations of its workers,
eaya: "Seek for the best. Seek it
through organization, in unity, in har
mony, in brotherhood ; with pluck, per
tinancy, energy and judgment, for your
own sake, for tbe sake of mankind and
for tbe right's Bake. If tbe present gen
eration of workingmen will do this we
shall ccc the dawn of a brighter day
than the world haa ever yet seen."
Obauncey M. Depew advised every
body to go to the warld's fair, even if he
had to borrow the money to go there, A
Texas preacher took Chauucey on tbe
wing, as it were, and wrote to him ask
ing the loan of $200 for that purpose.
Dr. Warner, a large coiset manu
facturer of Bridgeport, Conn., has done
an unuaal thing. Ilia business became
so alack that he felt compelled to reduce
the working time of his factory to
three days a week and to lay off many
of the women and girls in hie employ.
But recognizing a moral obligation,
which is so generally ignored, he re
fused to throw upon the helplees work
ers tbe whole burden of bad buaineas.
He has provided free board for all girls
who are thrown out of work by the cur
tailment of operating in hia factory and
announces his purpose to continue the
benefaction while the stagnation lasts.
He is thus sharing with bin employees
in time of distress the profits of better
A new Italian union in Brooklyn pro
vides that only American citizens are
eligible for membership.
The New York Journal of Commerce
and Commercial Bulletin has been
The shoe workers' strike in England
hae been settled by arbitration.
P. J. Maguire, general eecretaryof the
carpenters, says nearly one-half of his
men are idle.
The immigration commissioner reports
that the emigration at New York now
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
/j^y^^^K^^ l DR J - P - TUDOR ' Manager.
\ RUBBER PLATES-UPPER OR LOWER.
First Grade, $3.00. Second Grade, $0.50.
Third Grade, «.00.
Cement Fillings 50ct075c
Aluminum Plates $10 00 to $15.00 Teeth extracted for 250.
ForceUiu Urownß 2.f>o to 3.0* Painless extraction by any anaesthetic de
Gold Crowns 5.00 to 700 sired.
(io d Fillings From $1.50 op. The administration of gks a «p3cialty.
Sliver or Amalgam Fillings.... 50c to $1.00 .Hsr~All work guaranteed,
TBE TUDOR DENTAL CO.. fe2^2£^ :
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
exceeds the immigration. During August
there wae a decrease of 4000 in the num
ber of immigrants from tbat of August.
1892. The other day the steamer Bur
gundia arrived in New York with one
immigrant en board, while tbe Spree
Bailed on tbe same day with 300 steerage
passengers. On September 3d a vessel
arrived at tbat port with 200 Italians.
"Hard times," consequent on the finan
cial situation here, has become known
During tbe year the brewers gained 25
new onions and 2760 members, making
a total membership of 10,000.
Theatrical employees in the United
States are going to strike on every
traveling troupe that hires non-union
Ke ports from all over the Uoited
States in shipping circles show that ship
ping is very du.ll. This is especially
true of this coast.
Tbe carpenters' union will give an
other one of its interesting open meet
ings next Thursday evening, October
12th, at Council of Labor hall. All non
union carpenters and other organiza
FOR FLAVOR AND PURITY
Drink the Celebrated Malar St Z .beleln
An enormous quantity of beer is drunk
in Los Angelea and vicinity, and it la a
pleasant thing to note that tbe well
known and favorite beverage manufac
tured by the Philadelphia brewery of
this city has the call over all others, and
is fast increasing in popularity. It is
pure, nutritious and healthy, aud it
never fails to meet tbe approbation of
the thousands of people wbo partake of
it. Try the splendid iager beer brewed
by Maier & Zobelein, and you will
always have a kind word for its excel
lence in every particular.
On Saturday, October 21at, (here will
be a great auction Bale of lota on An
geleno Heights under the direction of
the well-known lino of Easton, Eld
ridge & Co., who will open permanent
offices at 121 South Broadway, with J.
L. Ballard as general manager. One
hundred and fifty homt lots will be dis
posed of on tbe day mentioned, and it
will be a rare opportunity for borue
seekcrs and investors.
Herr Arnold Kutoer,
Lizzie Kiniball, Lulu Pieper, Mrs. J.
(i. Scarborough, Frank VY. Wallace,
Job. F. Nuelle, soloists; Mies Helen
Widney, pianist, at Simpaon tabernacle
tonight. A fine musical programme
will be rendered. One thousand extra
chairs have been provided. Doors will
be opened at 6:40. Admission fre*.
New stock, new rigs, new owner;
everything first-class in the livery line.
Special attention given to hoarder;. A
few standard-bred fillies for sale, cheap.
Call at Weetlake stablee, ibii Wett
Seventh street. Telephone (154.
All members of Loa Angeles Tent No.
2, Knights of the Maccabees of The
World, are notified to meet at the tent,
126)$ South Spring street, Sunday, Oc
tober Bth, at 1 o'clock p. m., sharp, to
attend the funeral ceremonies of our de
ceased brother, Sir Knight J. M- Laen
All members of other tents are invited
to join with us. Smith,
Sir Knight Com.
W. W. Evbbbett,
Sir Knigbt Kecord Keeper.
Special praise service and use red con
cert, Simpson tabernacle, tonight.
INVITED TO THE
OF CUBIO9 AT
110 S. Spring St.,
Opp. Naileau Hotel.
SESOII FLOftENTMO lE-..VASTEZ,
The Celebrated Mexican Carvor
of Leatoer, Now at
THE EIDEjUj GILI MONSTER,
Now Shedding IHBk In and
Many other interest
110 8. Spring St., Opo. N'adoau llo'.;l.
MRS. CHANT'S LECTURE.
A Noted BiiclUliwomaa on London
Mrs. Lima Ormiston Chant, the noted
Englishwoman lecturer, preacher, poet
and philanthropist, spikn last evening
at the Ohnrch oi the Unity before a
small but attentive audience, on
Olyrapses of Social Life in London,
under the auspices ot the Friday Morn
ft is unfortunate that a larger attend
ance wae not present to hear this noted
lady, as no more simple or pleasing talk
er has appeared before a Los Augeles
public. She carried her hearers through
her subject with tbe deepest interest,
speaking of tbe eocial conditions of tbat
great city with a knowledge that she
only possesses, her remarks bristling
with lively anecdote after auecdote.
Mrs. Chant speaks with that ease that
is so delightful to listen to, without
iiotea and with a grace that made her
audience follow her with tbe closest at
tention and an enthusiasm tbat gave
vent to repeated applause.
Her serious points were traced with
Buch a vivid description of her work in
tbat great city lhU she no doubt will
take with her on her homeward trip
that satisfaction one interested in a
great labor of love bo richly deserves aa
she—sympathy and God speed in her
Mrs. Charet will occupy Dr. Thom
fou'b pulpit thin morning, peaching on
tho Prodigal Son, and the large congre
gation tbat will be present will no doubt
wish that she can be heard in Los An
geles again before leaving the elate.
Needs assistance, it may be best to ren
der it promptly, but one should remem
ber to use evenJhe most perfect rem
edies only 'vhen rieedtd. Tbe best and
most simple and gentle remedy ie the
Sirup of Figs, manufactured by tbe
California Fig Syrup Co.
CEYLON TEAS. tSSSSSk.
A Very Good Actor
Is worth reelng; so are on 4 M d -'n-Ordt,'
thirty nod our stock of Furnishing. To s>>
Shirrs St to perfection, are mide in a manner
rosily arllitlo, are cot In the latest style, md
their durability has bseu demonstrated b/a
legion of weirers. These d -esiy and hand-ome
Chins win unstinted praise from all who sea
Fee ou. 4 window di play oi Fine Neckwear—
a'l '.he latest patterns and stjler.
CARTER & MACHIN,
106 South Spring St.
8 llstin ly
128 ITOBTH ZMTAlirsr ST
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
ON THE COAST.
yiiUNO men woo suffer fr..m th. fearful
efT'cts of sell-abu*e, ar: aversion to .trie foclttv
of ladles; despondency; loss of ene gv; falling
raeiuorj; nervoumes-: pnlplati'mnl lie heart;
weak hack; aiunt.jd development: increasing
nervont exbauslou and wrelcned or l&scMious
drearna. Ton msy be In th" first *t*ge, but you
arj taut apurmcniug the lair. Do rot lot
fata., prlni. or ihim inoda.ty prevent you
from .ibralnlna* rnllef n..w.
Mliilil.lt-ACKIi MRS who are prema
turely old, as a result of yont iful lndlf crotlons
or excesses of iHtir years; who are tronbisd
with too frequent cTae.uatiotis oI the bladder,
ami by finding a milky or ropy tedimuut in the
urine: and on accoun. of i hi < unnatural vt asle
and loss of vitality are iii.fiL lor bu linns or
v urrlsge. You can positively be restored
to manly vigor.
MYi'HlLis, with fo lowing symptomi: fall
ing of tho hair: sore throat; swo lan and sap
purstlngglsnds; eruption*, pu tuUsiu<l ulcers
oi the skin: stifl'ieis of joints; ddtuuc ion of
bones of the nose, with oticnsive diFCrisrge
from the nostrils, and olher evidence* of
Clood disease—forever dr yen from the system
without the use of mercury.
dONOCRHO! ' • gleet, stricture. Inflamma
tion of the prostate and bladder and orchitis
lnsrantly relieved and permanently cureu by
remedies tested In many yeas special practice.
(Jonsuitatlon strictly confidenllsl. Terms low
as is consistent with urs-olasi trealrneat.
I>R WHITE consulted in person, private
laboratory. Business wlvite. No eipoturo.
Casei treated by mall and expre-s.
X. 11. V> HIT*. M. I).,
128 N. Main st.
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6.00 \|W 27.50
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56 Pieces, Decorated in Three Colors,
-88- $4.00 -88"
These are all new and fresh goods, and if you require any
thing in this line you will find it advantageous to call while the
assortment is complete.
H. F. VOLLMER & CO.,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE DEALERS,
116 S. Spring St., Bet. First and Second.
THE FUEL PROBLEM SOLVED -- -
- - BY THE MODERN GAS STOVE
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LOS ANGELES LIGHTING COMPANY
457 S. BROADWAY 10-1 im
IM G GROCER, 1361138 S. Spring
No Oil to Handle
No Disagreeable Odor.
No Danger of Explosion.
No Coal or Wood to Bring In.
No Ashes or koot to Take Out.
No Danger of Fire.