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title: 'The herald [microform]. (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1893-1900, October 10, 1893, International Irrigation Congress. Special Edition, Page 12, Image 12',
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Minimum temperiture, f>4.
Frreruwt for Southern C*llfo-nla: Fair
weaitur; cooler Tuesday; weiteily winds.
A daughter w«« born to the wife of A.
C. Falder last Friday evening at their
residence, 1522 East Ninth street.
The daily weather bulletin iesned last
evening indicated rain or cloudy weather
at Red Bluff, Eireka, Roeeburg and
The Ridaras Microbe Killer company
has located at 211 Weßt Fourth Btreet,
Racism's microbe killer ie sold in gallon
jugs and $1 bottles.
There are undelivered telegrams at
tho Western Union Telegraph office,
corner pf Court and Main streets, Oct.
oth, fo- Sam Gronnas and C. Mulhol
Tattled at last. What, tho silver
question? No, the fact that Desmond,
the hatter, of No. 141 South Spring St.,
has the very best values in $2.50 soft
and Btiff bats and 50 cent neckwear.
Robert Kerns, late proprietor of the
Exchance, has sold out his entire inter
im;; in that institution, and is today a
free man. with unlimited ready caah to
p'iace <• Los Angeleß realty. He will
probab y bo made acquainted with
many real estate men.
Mrß. L Martindale will arrive this
morning from Nebraska with the body
of her baby, Hazel, who died several
days azo while visiting in that state.
The funeral will take place thia after
noon from the family residence, corner
N'nth and Hope streetß. The interment
will take place in Evergreen cemetery.
Colonel Hinton, formerly chief of the
Irrigation enquiry, department of agri
culture, at Washington, is here ac a
delegate from New Mexico to the con
greep, and also as a member of the So
ctetv of Irrigation Engineers. Colonel
Hinton was formerly editor-in-cbief of
the San Francisco Post, aud now con
ducts a monthly in New York city
called the Irrigation Monthly, in the in
terests of finance for irrigation.
Dr. J. E. Cowles returned yesterday
after a six-weeks' visit in the eaßt, dur
ing which time be visited the world's
fair and tbo principal hospitals of Chi
cago and vicinity. He will be pleased
to see bis old friends again at his office
in tiie Wilson block, or at hie residence
in the Pacific sanitarium, corner of Pico
and Hope etreels.
T. G. Cushintr, son of Ex-Mayor Gush
ing of Omaha, is ono of the irrigation
Mi. Lee Maroney of San Francisco, is
in the city visiting his friend Frank
Walter Jones, a well-known civil
engineer of Kern county, is in tbe city
aa a delegate to tbe irrigation congress.
Mr. Charles J. Nimmer was among
the chamber of commerce excursionists
who roturned from tue world's fair
Mrs. Judge F. J. McCann of Santa
Cruz, better known to the literary
world as "L. TJ. McCann," is attending
the woman's parliament and ia the guest
of her friend, Mrs. John F. Francis,
South Main etreet.
Will S. Green, editor of the Colusa
Sun, accompanied by Mrs. Green, ar
rived in the city yesterday. They are
at the Hollenbeck. Mr. Green is dele
gate at large from California to the irri
Mr. and Mrs. Max Harris have re
turned from their honeymoon, after
having a most delightful trip of ten
weeks to the principal eastern points,
including the world's fair, and are now
home to their friends at 524 Temple
Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Miller, of Colfax,
Wash., are in the city. The doctor is
here to introduce his nitro-glycerine
process of sinking artesian wells and
shafts for mining pupoees. Dr. Miller
expresses himself as being well pleased
with Los Angeles, aud they think of
making it their future home.
Mr. Frank Kademacher, chief engi
neer of Maier & Zobelein's big brewery,
returned yesterday from hia trip to the
world's fair. He was one of the cham
ber of commerce excursionists, aud
speaks enthusiastically of their recep
tion along the route, and the magnitude
and wonders of the exposition.
Hon. M. D. McGarry, the versatile
ex-councilman of the Seventh ward, has
returned from the world's fair. His
Impressions of the big show were given
in a letter to tbe Herald some time
ago, and bis numerous friends about
town are delighted to bear him descant
on the patriotic lessons learned at tbe
World's Fair Columbian Edition Illus
This beautiful publication, printed on
tbe finest book paper, is now on sale by
all the newedealers and at tbe Herald
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 priceß, central location, good
service. Only hotel running its own free
bus to and from depots. Day rattf,
$1.25, $1.50 aud $2;' meals, 25 cents.
Corner Main and First streets, entrance
on First Btreet. H. A. llart & Sons,
Londonderry Water, Woollacott, ag't.
Kill India Herb Tea Cures
Constipation, biliousness and headache,
cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, rrakes new blood Entirely vegeta
hlo. Sample free. H. M. BALE .ON, agents,
fc'.OEouia epilog street.
All tin. Nobby Styles
In I.allies' Hits j;i3t to hund. They aro beau
lies. Just too lovely lor anything, Bee them
al one* at Airs. C Doseh's, 235 8, Spring st.
A . It. Ciiupiiwti)
Fells tbe Glenwood ranges aud Richmond
ranges, the two be",t stove) In Americ*. House
ho.d goods a specialty. 414 S. i-pringat.
The Only Keeley institute
lv Southern California Is at Riverside. The
Los Augeles office is &t rooms 04 and 05, New
V* lieufl uiuek.
If You Need h Truss
Call at Beokwltb's pharmacy, tSOti North Main.
A fit guarantee 1,
rti* Giii-.jiiN Family Bo 4*.
The best and healthful beverage
in the maiket is the world-renowned
Pabst beer. Il has no equal. Recog
nized io be the best brewed. The Pabit
lire wing company of Milwaukee has
t»l»<-n the hrat priza in all contests
again"! ail competitors. Aek lor the
Mine Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit
coropauv. sole agents for Southern Cali
fornia, 218, 220 and 222 North Los An
geles etreet. Telephone 12.
Don't waste time and money, but call
at lhe large tailoring establishment of
Joe I'oheim tbe tailor. You can save $5
to $10 on each suit. You have
tbe linest and largest stock to select
from, all made by first-clasa workmen.
J. F. Henderson, manager, 143 South
Tbe great pacing race at Santa Ana
will be called on Wednesday, October
11th, at 1 p.m. sharp. Tbe Santa Fe will
run a special train, leaving La Grande
station at 11 a.m. Fare for the round
trip iB only t1.40. Returning, special
train will leave Santa Ana at 6 p.m.,
after tbe races.
For Avalon, Gatalina island—Steamer
Falcon, connecting at San Pedro with
morning trains from Los Angeles; Bails
Saturdays, October 7lh and 14th, re
turning Mondays following. Excuraion
along the island's coast Sunday.
Dr. Charles de Bzigethy is now located
in the 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, 1056.
Go to. Ebinger'e restaurant; beat
French dinner and order house 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 Dorsey, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical cases and alt 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 the lowest
prices at the cheapest place on earth
for boots and shoes, 118 East First, be
tween Main and Los Angeles streets.
Germain Fruit company just received
their import collection of Dutch bulbs,
such as hyacinths, tulips, narcissus,
lias, anemones, rammarlos, etc. Call
seed store, 145 South Main street.
If you desire to purchase a framed
picture or anything in the art line, do
not fail to visit Lichtenberger's art em
porium, 107 North Main street. End
less variety and lowest prices.
The holders of tickets to the bicycle
to be Riven away by Korn & Kantro
witz, the Broadway tailors, are requested
to be preaent on the evening oi October
16th, at 7 o'clock p.m.
Dr. J. E. Cowles, residence, Pacific
Sanitarium, Pico and Hope Btreeta ; tel
ephone 138. Office, Wilaon block, First
and Spring streets; telephone 883; 10 to
'? c. m., 3 to -5 p. m.
The Illustrated Los Angeles Her
ald, which is a very fine paper and
Buiteu for sending to eastern friends,
can be obtained at T. McCartby'a book
store, Long Beach.
Rev. A. C. Smither will lecture on the
world's fair, illustrated with atereopti
con views, at the Temple Btreet Christ
ian church, Wednesday, at 8 p. m. Ad
mission 25 cents.
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, hairdreasing and
manicuring, 107 North Spring street,
rooms, 24, 25 and 26, Scbumacter block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
Deposit your Mexican dollara and all
kinds of old 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 few tickets left to the bicycle to
be given away by Korn & Kantrowitz,
the Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
For pare Sonoma, Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Flour's, 404-406 N. Los Angelea at. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Littleboy's pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
filled. No. 311 South Spring street.
"Is it Jedge Lynch aw, is it Jedge
Law?" Geo. W. Cable will tell you at
the First Presbyterian church tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock.
Elsinore hot springe and hotel. Full
particulars regarding this famous resort
at the Hamman bath, 230 South Main
street, Los Angelee.
Major Powell'a lecture on tbe Cafi
orjß of the Colorado ia postponed till
Wedneeday evening, at 8 o'clock, at tbe
Hear Geo. W. Cable, the celebrated
autlur, read from his own writings, to
morrow night, at First Freabyterian
Adams Bros., dentists, 239)2 South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. '1 lie best sets of teeth from $6
We will send Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los An
geles. Call or address 123 South Main
Dr. Joseph Kurtz aud Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have romoved
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 120 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284,
For the cboiceat 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.
Hon. Enoch Knight will read a paper
on the Statesmen of Maine at the Unity
club Wednesday evening.
Do not fail to attend the Unity club
lecture course Wednesday evenings for
the next seven months.
Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Lob
Hon. Cornelius F. Cronin will deliver
a paper before the Unity club Wednes
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent) 536 S. spring st.; tel. 1029.
Banpa, guitars and mandolins at Ex
ton ot Cist's, 32!) South Spring street.
Dr. Wm. Brill has removed hisoffice to
341j 2 S. Spring et., over Niles Pease.
Buy the Whitney make of trunk, 344
North main street.
Ineure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Dr.McOoy, Kye, Ear, Throat, Bryson bk.
Campbell's Curio store, 325 B. boring.
Unity club, Wednesday night.
Unity club, tomorrow night.
You Are Wanted
At tbe grand auction sale at Angeleflo
Heights, on Saturday, October 21at, at 2
o'clock p. m. 150 large home lots will
ho ?old pOßTtiyply. H»re'4 vcynr cb a .UC£.
Surely be there.
Fire Insurance Kates Kpduced.
Independent of the ' compact." See Bisker
vilb, 21s) North Main (Lanfranco building;
and save money
LOS ANGELES HERALr. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1893.
BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING.
The Hellman Street Shade
Question Comes Up.
A Committee Appointed to Investi
gate the Affair.
Keport of the Superintendent— Bad San
itary Condition of the gehoola.
Keport aa to Condition
Tbe city board of education met in
regular cession last evening in tbe
council chamber at the city hall.
All membere were present except Dr.
Wills and Mr. Buebler.
COMMUNICATIONS ACTED UPON.
After reading and approval of the
minutf s, a communication from Assist
ant Superintendent James A. Foshay,
requesting a leave of absence for five
days was read. Tbe request was
The teachers of the Oastelar street
school asked tbat the blackboards be re
stated. Referred to tbe building com
A communication from P.-V: Rase, a
photographer, wishing to take views of
school buildings, waa referred to tbe
NEW BULBS ADOPTED.
A code of new rules for the - High
school were presented by Professor
Cates and adopted,
SANITABY CONDITION OF SCHOOLS.
The report of Health Officer Powers,
which wae reierred to tbe board by tbe
board of health, was read. It showed
that some of the schools were bsdly in
need ot sanitary renovation. The re
port waa referred to the building com
Dr. Powers being called upon stated
tbat some of the school buildings, es
pecially those of Alpine and Macy
streets needed a better drainage system.
TtHFI-SKS TO /PPROVE IT.
The city auditor's refusal to audit a
bill of over $200 for the Hellman atreet
school owing to an excessive charge,
Mr. Patty moved that tbe communica
tion be referred to a special committee
to investigate and report at the next
Messrs. Fatty, Trask and Ashman
were appointed a committee to make
FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
The finance committee reported aa
The teachers' salary fund iB balanced,
and will be overdrawn to the amount of
the warrants of teachers for last month.
The common school fund on the Ist of
October bad a balance of $346 93. There
will not be any money received from the
atate until tbe 15th of next February.
The common ecliool fond will receive an
apportionment from the county about
the Ist ol December, and small amounts
from the city at different times during
Professor Browu, auperintendent of
city acboola, reported that last year the
enrollment in all schools for the rirat
school month was 8852, this month tbe
schools have reached 9576, a gain of 8
per cent. There is an enrollment of
978 pupils out of schqol half of each day.
Of the 4515 youths of acbool age in Loa
Angeles who are not in acbool even half
of each day, he thought that at
least 1000 of that number would be in
school if suitable accommodations were
provided for them. He advocated that
provision be made at once for more
school houses and more teachers. Filed.
A MATTER OF TUITION.
The matter of allowing attendance at
the High school of pupils residing out
side the city limits without paying tui
tion was taken up.
E. E. Galbreth appeared before tbe
board and stated that he had moved
just outside tbe city limits, and, as he
is a taxpayer in the city, wished bis son
to continue his attendance at the High
school without paying tuition.
Mrs. Hughes strongly favored tbe re
quest, as also die' Mr. Ashman.
Messrs. Trask and Patty opposed the
A sharp war of words was indulged in
by Mrs. Hughes and Mr. Trask as to
whether the matter had been presented
at the teachers' committee meeting.
Mr. Trask denied Mrs. Hughe's asser
The question of allowing Mr. Gal
breth's eon, or any outside pupils, to
continue attendance at tbe high echool
without tuition wae put and loat.
ANOTHER TUITION QUESTION.
A trustee of the Fruitland school dis
trict was called upon to give the facts
regarding the attendance at the Fruit
land school of pupils residing within
tbe city limits. He eaid that hereto
fore the city has always paid $10 for
each pupil as tuition, and said that
unless it waa kept up tbe 30 children
now attending would have to be turned
out. The Fruitland echool ia conven
ient for the pupils attending.
Messrs, Fatty and Stein were ap
pointed a committee to investigate the
matter and report at the next meeting.
Mr. Patty presented a resolution to
be presented to tbe conncil asking that
sewerage be put in for the county hos
pital, the object being tbe benefit to be
derived by tue Macy-street school.
The resolution was ordered sent to
BIDS FOR DESKS.
The bids of E. T. Cook, Gardner'&
Oliver and tbe Pacific School Furnish
ing company to supply school, disks
were laid over until the next meeting, so
aa to give the committee an opportunity
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
DR p - TUDOR > Manager.
BOBBER PLATES—UPPER OB LOWER.
First Grade, $3.00. Eecond Grade, $6.50.
Cement Fillings 500 to 75 c
Aluminum Plates $10 00 to $15.00 Teeth extracted for 25a.
Poroelslu Crowns 2.50 to 3.00 Painless extraction by any saaesihetlo do
G,.,dCiowu. 5.00 to 700 :ired.
Go d Fillings From $1.50 up. The administration ol gas a spseialty.
Sliver or Amalgam Fillings.... 50c to $1.00 WtfAU. wor* guaranteed,
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO, H * 2 t?»^
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
to inspect the various kinds presented
by the bidders.
IN Tn« USUAL WAY.
The supply committee, in tbe absence
of bids, was instructed to purchaee sup
plies in the usual manner.
PETTY, HUMMEL & CO.
An Baaployment Agency That Has Dis
tuned Ita Every Competitor.
When employes are to be engaged for
others it requires vatt experience com
bined with tact and keen perception of
human nature, ac well as the confidence
of those seeking employment. Petty,
Hummel & Co., whose offices are 131 to
185 West First street, are reputably
known all over Southern California,
'where tbey have been known for several
years as tbe oldest, largest and most
reliable employment agency west of the
Mississippi river. It requires a corps
of fourteen persons to look alter their
immense volume of business, und each
department is looked after with Buch
care and precision that an error ie
almost impossible. This firm furnishes
the help to all of the large hotels and
ranches of this section, and although
competitors have frequently entered
the field against them, Petty and Hum
mel have continued to prosper while
the othere generally have fallen out of
the race. That they are honorable in
all of their dealings is demonstrated by
the fact tbat when they send an appli
cant to a situation and the piece proves
to be no longer open, they invariably
return tbe fees besides paying the rail
road expenses that have been incurred.
It will be well to note tbe name of tbe
frm and their address. Petty, Hummel
& Co., 131 to 135 West First atreet, Los
Angeles, National bank building. Their
telephone number is 509.
J. K. F.aher, Santa Barbara; J. M. Kaiser. Ven
tura; U. J. Tliacker. H Lent me; O. I). Copehtutf.
W. W. Stewr.rt, ran Diego; U A. lurk-, J. L.
Van Derworker. Yuuat;F. P. Bamet, Kivereide;
O. T. Basa»t, Bl Paso; Aex Tripp*,, Mesa, A.
T:E. M. Bong". T B. Comujek and wife,
Tncton: A. V. Twist 8. H.C .pe. Et Toro: C. K.
Drake, Tucson; Eugene Ziuder, Stefllti, Her
many; Mrs. H. Lieds, F. Leeds, New York;
(i. 0. Palmer, Sryacuse, N. V.; J. N. Frlcke,
Mr. M. A. Baal, 'Kansas City: 0. W. Berry, F E.
Clark, J. 8. Howell, B. H. Mohe, W. K. Gmtß",
J. T. O'Brien, J. L. Latham, W. L. One, J. D.
Frey, t. M. Corliss and wile, W. H. Londs
bnry, H. Payot »nd wile, Ban Krtncitro:
P. A. Bennett, J. M. Peck, C S. Goodiidg", W.
H. Ha c, Chicago: Mra. L. L. Uopkin?, Hitmii
ton, N V.; 1. Pbllllppe, larls; Brron O. B ck
whh, Woodbidge; L. II Taylor Bene, N v :
Mr. and Mis Klehard Gird, •Chino; A:fr>d
Westerhilr. uermauy; E. H. Angel, A. An
ge\ Uurlalo, N. V.; G. A. ti at Held, B>r tow; J.
n. McDonald, Sacramento; C. D. Marx, Palo
DUNN—At Arcadia, net, Bth. David Dunn, a
unlive ot New York, a<ed 72 yeais.
Friends an! acquaintance aro r-sprcttully
Invited to Attend the laueral services at the
residence of H. A. Uoruh, hi 11 o'c.oek a-m.,
Tit-sdav, oct- 10. Arrive at S .nta Ke depot at
WILSON -On Uouday evening et his late resi
lience. 951 S. hroadwij, Judgo Thorn*!
Notlca of luneral hereaf er.
JOE POHEIM • ■
. - THE TAILOR
His just received first shipment of
Woolens, whicti were bought dtrec:
from the mills at treat ly reduce!
Fine Eng.ish Diagonal, Pique an!
Beaver Suits Made to Order at a
Great Redaction. Also One of the
Finest Selections of Trouserings
Beat of WorkminshiD and Perfect
Fit Guarantee! or No Ba:e.
JOE POHEIM, THE TAILOR,
143 SOUTH SPRING ST.
PANTS toORDER fs SUITS to ORDER
$3.50 JL $15.00
4.00 /fin 17.50
4.50 11, \ moo
5.00 X WM 22.50
5.50 Itf 25.00
6.00 \m 27.50
Tailor jb V'
NO. 413 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
JPET BELOW FOPItTH BT.
Best Roof Protections!
Py n WATER PROOF
Q[ \J PAINTS.
ROOFING, BHILDINQ PAPKBB.
PARAFINE PAINT CO.
... E. G. JUDAH, Mfg. Agt.
221 8. Broadway, Los Angeles.
gW Writ; for samo to. and circulars.
~ JULIUS WOLTER,
q MANUFACTURING JEWILER,
©WATCH REPAIRING & OPHCIAN
Dealer In DIAMONDS, WAI'CHKS.
CLOOK3, JBWKLRY. KILVr X
PLaTK and OfTIC >L (j JODR
122 S. MAIN STREET
Emblems, Pins and Badgea Made to Order.
YOUNG CHRISTIAN WOMEN.
Tbey W«leorr>« the Association's <ien
A large and very Interested audience
met at the rooms of the Yonng
Women's Christian Association to wel
come tbe new general secretary, Mies
Clare Gale Morse.
The parlors were beautifully deco
rated with smilax, palms, roses and
chrysanthemums, which had been ar
ranged by Miss A. A. Keyser.
The programme rendered waa as fol
Violin solo, Miss Pearson.
Addressee of welcome by Rev. Mr.
Taylor and Rev, Mr. Rider.
Welcoming words in behalf of the
board of managers, Mice Rider.
Response by the general secretary,
Vocal solo, Mies Goodwin.
ClotHng prayer, Dr. Reed.'
Announcement was made that tbe
board of managers invite all-members
of the association to observe the day of
prayer for this organization, which oc
curs Thursday, October 12th. A prayer
service will be held at the rooms at 3
p.m.. Thursday. The association wishes
hare to express their warm appreciation
of the gracious words which were spo
ken fropn the different pulpits of the
city last Sunday evening in behalf of
Needs aesistance, it may be best to ren
der it promptly, but one should remem
ber to use even the most perfect rem
edies only 'then needed. The beet and
most simple and gentle remedy is the
Svrnp of Figs, manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
Our Uoiue Brew.
Maier «& Zobelein'a lager, fresh from the
hrtwery, on draught in all tho principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Oftico aud brewery, 414 A 11,., Mr jet. Tele
INVITED TJ THE
OP COBI9B AT
110 S. Spring; St.,
Opp. Nadeau Hotel.
SENOR FLORENTWO lERVINTEZ,
The Celebrated Mexican Oarvar
of Lgatner, Now al
■ I \ -
THE OIDEIUi GiU MONSTER,
Now Shedding Its Skin and
Many other Interest
1!0S. fpring at., Opo. Nadsau Hotel.
128 X-TOttT&C ST
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
ON THE COAST.
YOUNG HIN who suffer rrom the fearful
eff.oisof self-abuse, &i; (.version lo toe society
of lad leu; despondency; loss of ene gy: falling
memory: nervousness palpitatlonoi trteheart;
weak back; alunted development; Increasing
nervous exhaustion aud wreicned or lascltioua
meatus. Tou may he lv the tlrat sUge, butyou
are last approaching tho laat. l>.» not let
falae prion or shaih inndftsty prevent you
from obtalnluc relict n.iw.
MtuiiLt-AGCO MKN wJm are preraa
tnrely old, aa a result of youthful Indiscretions
or excesses of latif yeara; who a r e tnublrd
Him 10 i frequent t-vaeuatioua t>i lhe bladder,
and by finding a milky or rony sediment in the
urine: andon nccounwofthla nnuatural waate
and loss of vitality are unfit lor lm loess or
wnrriage. Yost can positively be raatored
to lortni v vigor.
»V •.•itll. s, with fo lowing symptom.: fall
ing of the hair; sore throat; awo leu and sup
purating elands: eruptions, pu tuhsand ulcers
ol the akin; atifLiess of joints.; dettruc lon of
bones of tbe nose, vvlth offensive discharge
from the nostrils, and oilier evidences of
tloodjllsoase—forever dr yen from tho system
without the use of mercury.
GOMIKKHIK •. gleet, stricture, Inflamma
tion of the prostate and bladder and orchitis
instantly relieved and permanently cureu by
remedies-tested In mauy'yea's special practice.
Consultation strictly confidential. Terms low
as is consistent with flrs-clgs,* .treat meat.
im; Will t'E consulted iv person. Private
laboratory. Business private. No eipomre.
rases Heated by mall and express.
P. M. W ll.lTie, M. D.,
'128 N. Main st.
Tramp doctors, patent medic m fakirs and*
refugee donors Iron eastern justice ard con
stantly starting bogus Medical Institutes (?, to
deceive Strang rs vlsltlQg the cily. These pre
tenders usually open omces (?) in cheap lodg
ing housea, lemaln a few weeks, rob tneir pa
tients, swindle tho landioid out of bis rent,
aud leave the city between two su ,s. Bewaro
of such scoundrels and their "cappers " Hep
utable physicians are never ashamed to use
their own who*. Dr. White's Dispensary Is
tbe on y established Medical Institution for
tbe treatment of special Diseases of Mien In
$ ffl, WHITE, B. D,
Kstabiislied 1886. Proprietor.
READY FOR SALE
An Entire New Line of Beautifully Decorated
112 pieces, in three colors,
♦♦si*" $10.50 <m»
.Also a Large Line of New Decorated
56 pieces, in three colors,
-Sir- $4.00 "8K"
We Have the Most Complete
In Southern California. Do not fail to see it.
Call-early while assortments are complete.
Goods sent free to any part of the city and suburban
H. F. VOLLMER & CO.,
116 S. Spring St., Bet. First and Second.
THE FUEL PROBLEM SOLVED - -
- - BY THE MODERN GAS STOVE
iffi> I No Oil to Handle |
VilMiLli,. • Nq Disagreeable Odor. %
l i >'! No Danger of Explosion. |
| i| No Coal er Wood to Bring-In. |
\ XNo Ashes or Soot to Take Out. ♦
I No Danger of Fire. |
| Always Ready. %
:nt GAS HEATERS FJIOM 88.50 UP tttt
LOS ANGELES LIGHTING COMPANY
457 S. BROADWAY «>.i im
OFFER FOR SALE- I OFFER FOR RENT- 1 1
Choice lot. B.W. part of city from ¥250 to Kjve or „„„,„, oa eleclrjn &
«" ouu - H., Ifi ii to*;} ior monih.
Homes from $1200 up, either for ca»h or nlg-m-ioum tiuu c on Pearl »ti\e;, $TIS par
upon Installment!), mouth; •!•<> oue ou W. 13A st..: very, ho ue lo-
Bu.lness property on Spring. Miin or Broad- c * n l, ° D ' ',?,?' l , er ,"' |,ci ""' fi'' , ~,
»t, v' &f.iv(■mi ■ c" In vest mm Iwo furnt-heil eoitaue on Hower it.aid
way, a lew cnoic<s investments. Kockw >od aye.. each I*3o pr mon v. . a.^o
C» 1 audseo u». Ru Iness is Hood. Tourists lurnlsh d liou es, S.W., hC various „rl,'Bs
will find our office au intelligence burjau, ' List your property with us. The djm.nd is
where they ars always welcome. go d. bee what we have.
U.K. COIINKR HICCONn ST. AND BROADWAY. Mil AN<?rr.T«
FASHION A BLK TAILOR
TO 128 W. SECOND ST.
Where he will ba pleaseil to meet nil eiiituiiie g,
Just Received, a Large Stock of
- - - Fall and Winter Goods.
l2fJ v SECOND *T., NEAR SPRING ST. Om
IMPORTING GROCER, 136 3138 S. Spring