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Report of observations taken at Lo* Angeles,
Oct. 81. 1893:
ft :oo ». tn.
t> 00 p. m.
Maximum temperature, 65.
Minimum temperature, 54.
Forecast ior Southern California: Fair
weatber; nearly stationary temperature
Wednesday; westerly wind*.
The Democratic city committee meets
There are undelivered telegrams at
the office of the Western Union Tele
graph company. corner of Main nnd
Court streets. "October 32th, 189."., for
Walter Sell, Wm. C. Moore, J. M. Dam
James Murphy, the man who wan
brought to the receiving hospital Mon
day in an unconscious condition, has re
covered somewhat, and has been found
to be suffering from the effects of inhal
ing the fnmes of molten copper,
Mrs. Otto G. Benachuetz called at the
He-bald office yesterday to deny that in
her divorce case her husband ever
proved that Bhe called him vile names
or was intoxicated. She states that the
letters put in evidence were written in
Los Angeles since the trial commenced.
The electric light company's almanac
,probably said that the moon would
shine after midnight, for shortly after
that hoar the electric atreet lights were
pat out, and as the moonlight, if there
was any, could not penetrate the mist
and fog, the city was in complete dark
ness, and tbe footpad could have things
his own way.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Democratic City Central committee will
be held this evening at the law office of
J. Marion Brooks, Downey block, at
7:30 o'clock sharp. A full attendance is
urgently requested, as several important
committees will make their reports and
other important business will come be
fore the meeting.
The annual meeting of the News and
Working Boys' Home society will be
held in the parlor of the First Congre
gational church, corner Sixth and Hill
street, on Wednesday, November Ist, at
1:30 p. m. At 3 o'clock a reception will
be held that will continue until 5
o'clock. All interested in the work nre
cordially invited to attend the recep
For Santa Catalina Island.
Steamer sails from San Pedro every
Saturday, connecting with morning
trains from Lob Angeles; returning
Monday following. Wilmington Trans.
Co., 130 W. Second st.
ANOTHER BEACH RAILROAD.
Which Has for It* Terminus the Mew
Town or SI Moro.
Mr. L. F. Gilmore is jußt in receipt of
information which confirms the news
regarding the new branch line from
Goldtree, having for ita terminus the
new town of £1 Moro. Mr. Gilmore,
wbo is secretary of tho Moro Bay Im
provement company, haa already agreed
to give the road terminal facilities free—
and El Moro, consequently, will he the
terminus of two railroads with shipping
facilities from Moro bay, which fronta
the town. This news has already cre
ated quite a demand ior El Moro lots,
and tha Moro Bay Improvement com
pany intend shortly to raise the price
from $75 a lot. However, they still sell
them at their original proposition, and
on payment cf $1 dollar per week. Mr.
E. F. Ward, who has bad charge of the
company's interests here, has been
joined by D. O'Donovan Rooaa, well
known in tbe real estate business in
'Frisco and Stockton, and theae gentle
men are now located at 237 West First
street. The appropriation of $100,UU0
by congress for the improvement of
Moro bay iB already an assured fact.
World* Fair Columbian Edition Illus
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, is now on Bale by
all tbe newsdealers and at the Herald
business oflice, It contains 48 pagea of
information about Southern Calilornia
and over 50 illustrations. Aa a publica.
tion to send to eastern friends it haß
never been equalled. Price, 15 centß in
The Stars defeated the Blues last Sun
day by a score of 18 to 8, The feature of
the game waa the catching of Smith aud
the heavy batting of both teams. Covey
played a fine game in the field for the
Fresh frozen, constantly on hand, 65
cents a quart; cans 60 cents. Call and
be convinced that we have the best
oysters in town at 244 S. Main street.
What a Lovely Meal
Yon can obtain at the Library lunch
parlor, 246 South Broadway, next to the
city hall. Splendid warm meals from
noon to 5 p. m., daily.
For a good table wine,order our Sonoma
Zinfandelatsocpergal. T. VacheA Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis
sewing machines. Drop postal card to
228 South Main street.
Howry & Bresee. Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
Eaat India Herb ToaCire*
Constipation, bilousness ana headache,
Cleanses the sy«tem, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample Iree. 11. M. SAcK & SON, agents,
220 South Spring street.
A. B. Chapman
Bells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond
ranges, the two best stoves in America. House
hold good* a specialty. 414 S. Spring st.
J. O. Cunniugliaiii,
Manufacture and dealer in truuiis and travel
ling bags, 230 8. Spring st. Tel. 818.
ir You Meed n Trual
Call at Beckwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed.
A Modern Millinery Store.
Hoffman £ Co., 240 8. Spring st.
»"i' , AKUITAIaS.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pierce, Banta Ana: Q, M
IJixon. Santa Monica; J. tt. Sauce, Perria; W.
9. Lee, M. Crcgan, J. K. Cole. F. v. Denis. L. B.
Merlon, 8. 0. Hwlit, 01. OW ilt, AC. t;opie;,J.
K. Bigelow, Dr. I. P. Frizell. A. B.C. Dohrmanu,
W. B. Hopkins, Sau tiauuiaco: ii. E. Kirki.ct
rick, bpoaaue: Wlllism McKay, Oakland: M.
Jtlliner, New York: w. G. Rule, Mr. and Hit
S A. Marks, Chicago; ». S. Waterman, ban
Diegoj C. H. Pralt, Bi. Louis; A. H.Cooper Sanla
harbara; Dr. A. T. Hudson, Mr>. i h.irles Dohr
man, Stocktou; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Seller, rtama
men'o; J. F. Boffman, Mrs. George J»well
Butte, Moot; Mr. and Mis. K. BhlUinaebura:!
Ventura. 6 El
Mr. D. O'Donovan Rossa, well known
in 'Frisco and Stockton, where he has
had phenomenal success in real estate
propositions, and a eon of the well
known O'Donovan Rossa, is registered
at the Nedeau. Mr. Rossa has come to
Los Angeles to take charge of the Moro
Bay Improvement company's office bere.
and as their new town of El Moro has
just become the terminus of two rail
roads, there ia quite a demand for lots
there. Mr. Rosea also handles a gen
eral real estate business, and has lo
cated at 237 West First street.
Tbe Bible Panorama exhibited at the
Kast Los Angeles Baptist church last
night was first-class in every particular.
The illuminated Life of Christ exhibited
by Dr. Samuel Higgine ie without doubt
the best ever exhibited in this section
of this country. It will be repeated to
night with an entire change of views.
In addition Edison's talking machine,
which reproduces sermons, Bongs, etc.,
will be used. Admission, 25 cents;
children under 15 years, 10 cents;
children under 10, free. Everybody
will receive a prize.
The beet and meet healthful beverage
in the market ia tbe world-renowned
Vahst beer. It haa no equal. Recog
nized to be the beßt brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee haa
| taken tbe first prize in all contests
\ against all competitors. Ask for the
I Blue Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit
< company, eoie agents for Southern
: California, 218, 220 and 222 North Lob
Angeles etreet. Telephone 12.
| Folio etchings, paris panel frames and
cabinet holders of plate glass and regu
lar frames of quadruple silver and white
metal are the latest additions to the
stock of Sanborn. Vail St Co., 133 S.
Spring atreet. Though constantly in
creasing our stoclt of novelties, we still
maintain the lead in artist materials,
mirrors and picture frames.
A Thrilling Moment, a remarqne
proof etchiug by Arthur Hoeber, alter
the water color ol £', A. Ousthous, dis
played in the window of Sanborn, Vail
St Co., 133 S. Spring atreet, with a back
ground of framed dining room pictures
in pastel, facsimiles and oleographs,
with prices ranging from 11.60 to fS.
Go to Ebinger'a restauraut; best
French dinner and order house in the
city. Everything tirst-class. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget the place, southwest corner
Third aud Spring.
Dr. Rebecca L«e Dorsev, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical cases and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation bourß Ito
5. Telephone 1227.
If you want to get a 50-cent meal for
25 cents go to the Cosmopolitan dining
hall, 21!) ana 221 West Second street,
between Spring and Broadway, next to
Herald office. Shoup St Eliiott, pro
Mme. Dv Barry's hair dressing and
manicuring parlors, 2-12I._.1._. S. Broadway;
also a select line of French toilet prep
arations for the complexion. Ladies'
call and Bee lateßt to eradicate wnukles.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located
in the Bryson block. Residence. Baker
blocx. Office hoars, 11 M to? 3:30. Sun
days and evenings by appointment. Of
fice telephone, 1150; residence, 1056.
If you desire to purchase a framed
picture or anything in the art line, do
uot fail to visit Lichtenberger'a art em
porium, 107 North Main Btreet. End
less variety and lowest prices.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, tlie best weur and the lowest
prices at the cheapest place on earth for
boots and shoes, 118 East First between
Main and L?s Angeles streets.
Dr. J. E. Cowles, residence, Pacifis
Sanitaiium, Pico and Hope etrseta; tel
ephone, 138. Office, Wilson block, First
and Spring streets ; telephone, 833; 10 to
12 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Baeemant Times building.
For pure Sonoma Zinfandel, ewewt
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Flenr's, 404-406 N. I.os Angeles st. East
ern Bhipmentß a specialty. Tel. 224.
Littleboy'B pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
filled. No. 311 South Spring street.
Elsino'e hot springs and hotel. Full
particulars regaiding this famous re=ort
at the Hammam bothß, 230 South Main
street, Lob Angeleß.
Finest $3.50 cabinet photos reduced to
11.75 per dozen. Cheapest and best in
the city. Sunbeam art parlors, 230 and
238 S. Main street.
Adamß Bros., dentists, 23!).'... South
Spring street. Painless filling "and ex
tiacting. The beat sets oi teeth irom |6
We will send Advance Bewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Eos An
geles. Call or address 128 South Main
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and 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.
JOO. Ordera promptly attended to.
Dr. K. D. Wiße,office226South Spring
Btreet. Oflice hours from 8 to 10 a.m.
and 3t05 pm. Telephone 3-16.
Pianoß for sale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 Sontb Los
Dr. M. Hilton Williams, head, throat
nnd cheat diseases. Office, 137 South
Robert Sharp .fe Co., funeral directors
i independent), 636 S. Springet.; te1.1020.
Banjos, guitars and mandoline at Ex
ton iV Cist's, 320 South Spring street.
Insure with A. O. Goleh, 147 South
Campbell's Mexican display, 325 S.
Dr. McCoy, eye, ear, throat, Bryson bk.
Woiiii's Fair Columbian Edition Illus
This beautiful publication, printed on
Ibe Guest book paper, ia now on sale by
all the newsdealers and at tbe llkkai.d
business otlice. It contains 48 page* ol
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustration. Asa publica
tion to semi to eastern friends it lias
never been equalled. Price, 15 cents in
Our liouie Hrsw.
Maier <it ZobcleinV lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in ail the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs
Oflice sud brewery, 41% Aliso street. Tele
Fire Insurance Kates Keduead.
Independent of the "compact." See Bnskcr
vile, 21SNo..<u Main (Lmfranco bnlldlnjrl and
Subscribe for mavaziues aud papers with
Lungstadter, 214 West Second, Hollenbeck
LOS 1 ANGELES HERALri WEDNESDAY MORNTNO. NOVEMBER 1, 1893.
THE CHINO SALE.
A SUCCESSFUL RKAL ESTATE
A Demand for Baet Sugar Land That
Surprised the FroJ«ctor* of the
Sale—Good Prices Realized.
Yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock a
train consisting of eleven coaches, filled
to the platforms, roiled out of the Ar
cade depot on its way to Chino, where
the great sale of land by the real eßtate
and auction firm of Kaston, Kldridge &
Co. was to take place. On leaving the
city there were 700 passengers, at Al
hambra, Spadra, Pomona, I'uente and
Ontario many were taken on, making
fully 800 people on the train.
On arriving at Chino, the excursion
ist* were first conducted through the
beet sugar factory while in (all opera
! tion, and its working were thoroughly
| explained. Then a bountiful and appe
i fining repast waa served and everyone
| present enjoyed the satisfying of an ap
-1 petite made keen by tLe journey aud
the invigorating air.
At about 3:30 o'clock probably 1500
people had garnered under the marquee,
; lor besides tho;e who had come by train
; as many mere had come by private con-
I veyauce. Mr. Kaston then mounted the
i auctioneer's staud aud addressed the ns
! iembiy, giving facts anil figures si to re
! turns which cultivators had mane Irom
the soil iv that locality, aud explaining
in a conservative practical way the aO
vantage, aud value of Chino land, nnd
tbe ready market that existed tor its
The sale then commenced. The first
lot sold for $225 per acie. The bidders
at first were rattier timid, but eoou
warmed up to the opportunity beiore
tbem, and in a short time (he contest,
for the property became spirited and
continued bo until darknees forced the
auctioneer to close the sale at 5:30
o'clock, when many buyers were otul
eager to get another chance to purchase.
In all about, 700 acres was disposed of
at prices ranging from $123 lo $225 per
acre, the gross returns ..mount 10
nearly $90,000, which sum could easily
have been brought up to over $100,000
if daylight had lasted an hour longer.
Thia sale evidences the fact that the
real estate market has greutly revived,
aud that enterprises of real merit will
meet with success. The tirmof Easton,
Eldridge oi Co. will maintain a perma
nent crfica at Chiuo, as well as thu one
in thia city, and will continue at private
sale to dispose of these lands until the
whole 45,000 acies in the Chino ranch
are all iv the possession of producers.
The Kr jo j-nble affair l.nst Night at Ar
One of the most successful balls held
in this city was given at Armory hall
last evening by the Angelina Circle of
Forester.". It was their annual mas
querade dance nud was largely attended.
The large hall was thronged with a
many-hiu-d and gay crowd. All manner
of costumes wero worn and many char
was well represented, thero be
ing about half a dossil young ladies in
black dresses covered with Bilver stare
and crescents. Morning was also pres
ent in the person of two young
ladies in sky blue, with a quantity of
silver stare. A crowd of Columbias
attracted much attention, while a party
of young women in red also presented
an excellent appearance. One of the
amusing features of the evening was a
party of both men and women dressed
as darkies. They promenaded the hall
together, and during the intermissions
would form a ciicle and danco a break
down. There were also several Topsies
present, but the only person who could
impersonate it as it übould be iB a young
lady of the East .Side, and who unfortu
nately was net iv costume laat evening.
Another party noticed was composed
of a number of employees of a well known
store, who were attired in white Noxal
euitß. There were, be. ides, all sorts of
characters galore, and the fun wus kept
up until a late hour. The dancers un
masked at 10:3).
Tho various committees worked well
and their efforts were rewarded hy a
successful affair. Mr. Henry l.iaswitz,
the chairman of "the executive commit
tee is tr> be especially congratulated.
The committees were.
Executive—Mrs. H. E. Walker, M.
Ltuidaberg, C. D. Frey, Mrs. N. Wise,
W. J. Latimer. C. W. Merry, Henry
Floor manager— W. J. Latimer.
Floor committee —N. Laudaberg, J.
Hoffman, W. E. Smith, O. D Frey, J.
(ilasehoir, Chris. ihller, 8. Goldstein,
Reception—M. A. Weaner, Chas.
Levyi G. W. Craner, E. W. Whitehorn,
Dr. E. C. Stover, J. B. Kuhn, A. Katz,
J. Reich, ti. It. .Street, J. B. Franklin.
THE MIDWINTER FAIR.
Meatlng of tbe Executive Committee
The executive committee appointed
by the midwinter fair commissioners of
Southern California met at the residence
of Mr. J. S. Slauson, last Tuesday even
ing, to organize.
Tha situation was freply discussed but
no action waa taken, the meeting ad
journing until tomorrow evening when
they will organize on a tirm basing and
start into the workH before them with
the necesßary enthusiasm and business
Since ihe first Introduction, Electric Bitters
has gained rapidly in popular favor, until now
it Is clearly in the lead among pure medicinal
tonics and alteratives — containing Miihlng
which permits its use as a beverage or intoxi
cant, it is recognized as the best and purest
medicine for all ailments of stomach, l.ivcr or
Kidneys—it will cure Sick Headache, Indiges
lion. Constipation, and drive Malaria from the
system. Satisfaction guaranteed with each hoc
le or the money will be refunded. Price only
50c. per bottle. Sold byO, F lleinzemau, drug
gist and chemist, 221 North Main street.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
DR. J. P. TUDOR, Manajer.
~^^ ROBBER PLATB3—UPPER OR LOWER;
Flrrt Grade, $B.oft Second Grade, $U,50.
Third Grade, *5.00.
Cement Fillings i>Octo76c
Aluminum Plates $10.00 to 915.00 Teeth extracted for 25c.
Porcelain Crowns. 2,fio to 3.0U Painless extraction by any anaesthetic de-
Gold Crowns 5.00 to 7.0U sired.
i,old Fillings From $1.50 up The administration of gas aepecialty.
Silver or Amalgam Fillings... 50e to 1.00 work guarantee 1,
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO, No - 24 »« g st
J 8-23 ly
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Watson and two
eons of Salt Lake are at tbe Nadeau.
Mr. A. B. Galloway of Missoula, Mon
tana, is the gujst of Mr. W. K. Scho
Councilman Rhodes has been con
fined to his home with a severe attack
Campbell T. Hedge, proprietor of the
Hotel Pleasanton, San FrancißCO, and
the Hotel Terracina, Hedlands, waa in
the city yesterday business bent.
Henry E. Carter of this city and Gen.
H. A. Pierce, recently from Santa Ana,
have formed a partnership for the prac
tice of the law, with offices in the Bry
Mr. Thomas 1.. Neal of this city, for
merly interested in the Lis Angeles
theater, returned yesterday from Chica
go nnd the east. While admitting that
the show waa magnificent, he Etill
claims. Southern California to be the
Mr. R. T. Coulter, son of Mr. B. F.
Couiter, the drygoods man, returned
last Tuesday from a five months' visit
to Chicago, New York, Boston, Wash
ington nud tne south. The latter part
of his visit was snent at hia former
home, Clarksville, Term.
Louise Wakelee, a Los Angeles young
lady who is well known ia tne city, is a
roemberof the Friends company which
wili bo seen at the Los Angeles theater
three nights, commencing Tuesday,
November 7th. A large party of Ml**
Wnkelee's friends have already engaged
seatß for thu opening nijtht.
Marri:t2:e licenses were issued yester
day in the county ilerk'a office to tbo
Marriage licenses were issued ye»ter
dav to James W. May OS, aged 25, a
native of California, and May C Stev
ens, aired 18 years, a native of Michigan ;
aim to S li. BoardniKit, aged 2ti, and
Belle McCarthy, ag-=d 24, and lisorgt W. j
Beahm. aged 29, native of Virginia, uurl
Katie Nichols, native of Kansas, boib
residing in Pasadei a.
AntUTrosbV lexsiivo and NERVE TONIC,
Pcidby (iniiriristoorEentby mad.
andsJ.oOperpaeift|fc. fcian'ples freo,
|t;-:-;--t, Tho Favorite ?i)S7H PrTBSK
lev"- 1 ' ••• 1 ■'-■foT' , "t>--'Tici';r«sUi,aia.
Bold by C. F. Vfclnzßmsn. 82 5 N. Main st.
♦ Wealth Secured ♦
% , V BIKING GOODS OF *
| THE CASH GROCERS, I
| 216 and 218 S. Spring St. |
♦ Choi re T.b'c Del cades, Bed Rjck %
4> Pries. ourt«-ous Attention 2
i aPZCI.UKN I'RlCu'fc: J
l'l ItoUtanuUt»dtiugar $1 oo J
a 1 lb price's baking I'owder 48
X 1 lb Royal Baking I'owder 43 J
a 1 Ibcieveland Baking i'owder 48 2
X 8 lbs Rue ior £8 X
4> Ctty Flour, per sack HO X
«:l:olee Northern Flour 1 on X
4> '1 lbs New I'runea 25 »
0 H lb- Oat or When Kiake 25 <i
$ Gerraea .... 26 at
Imp Mod mar lines 15 X
<3> Good s.rdines 08 &
o> Mouroe Mi k . 10 X
5 Try our unrivaled half dollar "Spider ♦
♦ Leu" Tes. A;so our excellent liieh grar.c ♦
♦ Hyson, jap and Formosa Oolong '1 eas, and ♦
♦ the famous Chase & H tuborn Coffees, tho *>
♦ best in tne worid. All goads fim-olasi at ♦
1 Harma & Bureh, |
♦ 210-318 8 Nprlttg St. ♦
♦ »QO»»»»« »O»O»»0» S
§ No mineral iva/er 'will pro- O
duce the beneficial results Q
that follow taking one or A
C J • • Ofc
with a of water immediately Jgf
upon arising in the morning.
BPainicv.. ILlTectual. Covered with aO
Tasteless, Soluble Coating. issf.
"Worth Guinea a Box."—Price only tj?
Hgf Of all rlrucpists.or a box will be
f**. on receipt oi" 2fk.tß. in stamps by
GLASS & LONG.
TEMPLE AND NEW HIGH SI'S.
Tel. 5115 112 7 ly] I.OS ANGEI.K3.
A Snn Franoiaoo Capitalist to UISMI
Mr. S. W, Smith, of the firm of Smith
&. Young, builders' supplies, of San
Frar.ciaco, arrived in tbis city lsst Fri
day, and in company with Mr. Hancock
Banning, went directly to Catalina
island to examine the deposits of soap
stone and serpentine marble at that
Mr. Smith is one of San Francisco's
energetic business men, and will shortly
arrange for the placing of the marble
and eoapstone on the large markets be
haß waiting for it.
Weauthorlie our advottisod druggist lo roll
Pr. Kln&'A New di.-covery for Cnn»ump<lon,
Coughs and colds, uoou thia condition: If you
»r.- airticted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung,
Throat, or Chest trouble, and will use this
leundy as directed, giving it a fair trial, nud
experience no ban- tit, you may return the but
He and have yout niouoy refunded We could
not make this offer did we not know that Dr.
King's New hisi overy toulil be relied on. It
ncvcrdisacp Intj Trial bottles free BVQ.F.
Kcinzemans drug 'tore, :123 North Main
Itnev Large siz?, 50c and ?l.
Usk Oki man Family Boap,
0 Hnr Just Receive! a Large Stock ol ♦
1 LAPits* Kirn silk wuffift :
| GEiLY EMB. SILK GOWN? I
t AMI JACKETS !
J The bst combinations we havo ever J
J had at low fl'-turea. Al-.o a lull line ol X
£ JAPASKSE HRIiP and t
t --- COTTON RUGS, f
** Sizes run from 2x3 to 12x15 leet. T
* The bjit lug lor the money.
| KAN-KOO. I
% 1103. Eprinj St., Opr, Nadoau Hotal. «
V 10-8 3m a>
128 2JOETH ST.
LOS ANGKLES. CALIF.
I ESTABLISHED 188U.J
Kcmiual weaKues>, impote..cy, etc., resulting
irom youthfal indEscrction, excai«es ia ma
tured years and other causes, inducing soinu
of the foilowiug symptomsas <ii?Z'U*a», cuj -
fuoion uf hi. (tffitotlve niviuiory, iivit-
Ktou to eociety? blntchrs. rrniKAionp, *x
hAHi-tiouti* varicocoltt, etc., are permanently
IJHfVAKY. KUtVKY rtntl HI.ADPKH
troublcf, weak oack, nicoutliiencc:, gonoriJiiea,
pleet. Btricture, and all UQuaturai dneharges
are quickly and perfecUT cuxed.
oauMug ulcjrii. urapiioni. eiuarteed joinid,
TbcumatiKm, Kwelllng In grolai, mucouß
piitchss In mouth, boce turoat. faltiug hair,
caturrii and many other flymptom«, are quickly
removed, aud all pjison tuorougn y and pet
miueatly eradicated from tho bydom, by
I>ur*»lv vegeUble trealm nt.
office or by express. All
Intern htrictly coufideutlU.
P.M, WHITS, ED,
Established 1!>86. Proprietor.
128 N. MAIN ST,
The Newest Importations
CHOICE DKSiGNS. BUST GOODS.
112 pc. Seini-Poreelaia
Dinner Service, $10.50.
ALL GOODS EyUALLY LOW.
STAFFORDSHIRE CROCKERY CO..
417 S. SPRING ST, 7-28 8m
TN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moun
x tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Sea
CAMPBELL B. HEDGE, Prop.
WM. M. TISDALE, Manager.
Best Appointed Hotel in
Ifjfiffi! tffi f "W*^"*f" ■ " American and European Plana.
I r * ,; "^ ,aß * Service.^
A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
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IMPORTER AND EXPORTER OF
Bass Ale, Guinness' Stout, Cordials, Cognac & Fine Wines
I make a specialty of pure liquors, especially for family
and medicinal use. Wholesale distributor of the following
liquors, sold at the lowest market quotations :
Duffyv Malt. Whiskey, Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer,
Mellwood Whiskey, Bass * Oo.'l Pale Ale,
Old Taylor Whiskey, Guinuess' Stout,
Londonderry LUhia Water, Delbeck, I'oniniery,
Buffalo Lithia Water, Mumni, Clicquot,
White Kock Waukesha Water, Monopoly and
Apollitiaris Water. Perrier .Inner Olmnipairnes,
French and Italian Vermouth, Canadian Club Whiskey.
Pure California Wines put up in cases ready for shipping to ail 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 purchase s.
Special attention paid tj the Hotel and Restaurant trade ia pure Californi i
Clarets, Zinfandel, bauteme, Riesling, etc.
Direct Importations. Latest Arrivals Ex Rail.
Just reeived .hip ritv ol l***agotr, via 800 ruses Dully'! Mat Whiskey.
t.»n Dleso. Ir ru Looduu, .'».")esse. Bas .'o.'n 7. r > cases .lohann B»ft's Malt.
Pale Ale. pints and q. arii, and (•aluues-.' Dub 50 ca of 1.0. doud r.-y Lthia Water,
nu stout 40 cn,es I'uftalo Lain* Watar.
r x ampO ion. via Naw Orle-n«. 38 caiw* as- 2*. ca>ei B Heft's San c ne.
sort-d cordial-. Irom K. cus?nier lilsalau Ai Oic. Vft c*s.» I'ernod AUinih-.
Fiance. ootisi»tin« of AKaaita, Oram* da Hen- 80 Helhuada-haif Killcins, pints and
ihe. Curacao, O.eme d - X >.c*. OnaniS de Moka, iftirrts
Marl.eh no, c hart eus<e Ben-dle'ine, e'o ICO bfii, Val lllati Milwaukee Bee:.
Also Bl cises O. Ji w. Slewsri'a Scotch vvhis ilO caseß Jasksou'i Napa Soda, pints nn 1
key, from Aberdeen, Sjotlsud. qoartt
Free delivery to all parts of the city. I will delivar to any part of Southern
California one gallon H. J. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, suitable for family
use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $4. Address all orders to
124 and 126 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
TELEPHONE U. 816 am SEE MARKKT QUOTATIONS.
f J. PARTRIDGE,
"TO 123 W. SECOND ST.
j] Where he will bs pleased to moat all customers.
Jist Received, a Large Slock of
... Fall and Winter Good-!.
128 W. SECOND HT., NKAR SPRING HT. r!-l.> (lul
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
LACE AND SILK CURTAINS,
PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS,
LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, &C
337-339-3-U SOUTH SPRING STRKI.T. »
IMPORTING GROCER, 136 5 138s!sp;Tr.g
IXL Livery and Boarding Stable
GEO ' PREUTZ ' Pr °P'
SUCCESSOR TO L, WV.HKI.M
&vt- 8:6 H - MAIN BTK]BI:T - TBtBMOKl; l:<> 7.
HmBV//yy Special attention in liscks, ladies.' and g( addle h.-r««»
Good rigs. Prices Boardiug at low iat«e. lti:i t kUoL.-s
THE ONLY ARTIST IN THE CITY. USING THAT MAGIC TOOL,
THE AIR BRUSH,™-" SEPIA PORTRAITS.
riOI'IED FROM PHOTO OR ORIGINAL SITTIS'O.
STUDIO, NO. 221 SOUTH SPRING STREET, UPSTAIRS
Cflr**Sketcuea Made for Any Kind of Illustration, Engraving, Etc. U-1U if