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Report oi observations taken at Los Angeles,
November 27th, 1893:
Maximum temperature, 7(1.
Minimum temperature, **•
Rainfall past 24 hours, ....
Rainfall for season, .94.
recast for Southern California: Fair
weather, with increasing cloudiness over the
northern porlion; slight temperature changes;
light to fresh westerly windt.
A warrant waa issued yesterday for
the arreat of the bnrglar who broke into
the store at 151 South Main atreet.
J. P. Smith waß arrested yesterday for
giving one Frank Keyes a fraudulent
time check on the Atlantic and Pacific
Increasing sales of Walcot's gold med
al emery sharpening files; from the in
ventor only; 149 South Main street un
til 5 p. m.
A telegram for David Richards is
awaiting bim at tbe police station, It
is from Portland and is of much im
portance to bim.
A young man who refused to give his
name was arrested yesterday by Deputy
Sheriff Hunter on a charge of breaking
into Charles Gassen's slaughter house
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union Telegraph office,
November 27th, for Salvino Baiano
Chatswort, Gov. Merrill, Mrs. Kmraa
Johnston, Miss Veatra Dore* de Henorite
The Los Angeleß Coursing club with
their dogs go to Long Beach on Thanks
giving day, taking the Terminal train at
First street depot at 9:45 t, in,' Buses
will take passengers from the train at
Long Beach to the grounds. Several
prizes are offered and a fine day's sport
is in store for all who go.
Prof. Joseph Leuvenmark, the cham
pion high diver of the world and former
teacher of tbe children of tbe royal
house of Sweden, will give another ex
hibition at Westlake park Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. He will jump
from a tower 55 feet high into tbe lake,
with a depth of but nine feet of water.
For Santa Catalina Island.
Steamer sails from San Pedro every
Saturday, connecting with morning
trains from Los Angeles; returning
Monday following. Wilmington Trane.
Co., 130 W. Second st.
Fell Under the Wheel*.
John Wood, a young man employed
by an ice company, fell under a wagon
yesterday while delivering ice, and had
tbe right arm broken. He was removed
to the receiving hospital, where Dr.
Bryant found the fracture was a com
pound one. Later he was taken to tbe
county hospital. Hie parents reside in
World'! Fair Colombian Edition Illus
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, is now on sale by
all tbe newsdealers and at tbe Hekald
business office. It contains 48 pageß of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustration. As a publica
tion to Bend to eastern Iriends it baa
never been equalled. Price, 15 cents in
They Never Sleep.
John Beckwith & Son, the druggists,
303 North Main atreet, junction of
Spring aud Temple, keep their atore
open now all night. Mr. Schwab a
a graduate in pharmacy, an experienced
and reliable man in hie chosen profes
sion, will bave charge of the late night
work. They solicit the patronage of the
people of Loa Angeles.
Kublo Canon aod Echo Mountain.
Every citizen and tourixt ahould visit
this beautiful resort and scenery. Fare
to Rubio canon and return, $1, and Sun
days 75 cents. See time tables. Good
hotel. Take Terminal railway.
Big Turkey Baffle.
One car load big, fat Thanksgiving
turkeys. Raffle going on night and day ;
sc! sc! sc! At 130 North Main street.
"What is the best atove in tbe
world?" "Why tho Glenwood, of
course," which ie the natural reply.
Only to be had at the W. C. Furrey
company, 159 to 161 North Spring
At Heng Lee's, ;jOS N. Main st., Chinese ard
Japanese bazar. A choice line of bric-a-brac
and fancy c bin a ware. Manufactory for ladies'
underwear and gents' shins and furnishing
goods at reduced prices. Complete slock.
Hair Goods-Hair Goods.
In the above line I am selling out below
cost. Any one requiring anything in the above
line will cave money by calling at the Surprise
milinery store, 242 South Spring street. A. J.
Wall Paper Down.
We are going out of the wholesale business,
and must sell retail at wholesale prices; will
show goods with pleasure whether you buy or
not. CHICAGO WALL l-Ai'l£K HOIMK, 2117 H.
Our Home Brew.
Maier it Zobeleln's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught lv all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 414 AHbo street. Tele
Until December 1st
A discount of 20 per cent, from our regular
prices will be given to ail persons having work
done at Adams Bros.', dentists, 239}j South
A. B. Chapman
Sells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond
ianges, tbe two best stoves in America. House
hold goods a specialty. 414 S. Spring si.
At wholesale, good paper, sc; price of hang
ing, 10c. a roll; your chance now; get samples.
F. J. BAUEB, 237 S. Spring.
J. C. Cunningham,
Manufacture and dealer ln trunks and travel
ling bags, 236 8. Spring St. Tel. 818.
Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's.
Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 454-56
S. Broadway. Tel. 427.
If You Need a Truss
Call at Beckwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed.
A Modern Millinery Store.
Holt mun <fc Co., 240 8. Spring st
Finest Variety nnd Cheapest
Place in tewn for fi.h ram. i,..iD-.
Place in tewn for nsh, game, oysters, etc. Fred
Ilanniman'a, Mott market.
Dr. D. S. DiSTenbaehor, Dentist.
Mo. 119 X a Spring street; rooms 4 and 5,
Dr. Rebecca Lee Doraey, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical cases and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consnltation hours Ito
5. Telephone 1227.
Go to Ebinger's restanrant. Third and
Spring streets; regular dinners and best
order house in tbe city. Everything
first-class. Attentive white waiters; no
Chinese employed. Open from 6 a. m.
to 12 o'clock midnight.
If you want to get a 50-cent meal for
25 cents go to tbe Cosmopolitan dining
hall, 219 and 221 West Second street,
between Spring and Broadway, next to
Herald office. Shoup & Elliott, pro
S. Conradi, optician, watchmaker and
jeweler, ,121 and 123 North Spring street,
corner Franklin. Fine diamond setting
a specialty. Watches, clocks and jew
elry carefully repaired and warranted.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located
in the Bryeon block. Residence, Baker
block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. Sun
days and evenings by appointment. Of
fice telephone, 1150; residence, 1056.
Get one of those beautiful parlor easels
now on sale at Lichtenberger's art em
porium, 107 N. Main street. Price, this
week, $1 to $5. Holiday goods now
ready for inspection.
Toys free with your purchase of
boots and shoes at tbe great gift sale
now on at tbe cheapest place on earth,
118 East First street, between Main and
L>s Angeles streets.
Tbe Dewey Gallery, 147 S. Main, firat
claaa cabinets $1 per dozen for 30 days.
Come early so you will not miss this
opportunity. This ie no fake. All work
shall be good.
The best remedy for irritating bron
chial cough and eoreness in the lungs is
Rowell'e Cough Mixture. We recom
mend it. A, E. Littleboy, 311 South
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old Bilver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Basement Times building.
The rinest photographs in tbe city at
greatly reduced prices. Cabinets 75
cents per dozen for a short time only.
Lameon studio, 313 South Spring etreet.
For pure Sonoma Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Fleur'a, 404-406 N. Los Angeles st. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Elainore Hot Springs and Lake View
hotel. Full particulars regarding this
famous resort at the Hammam bath,
230 South Main street, Los Angeles.
Come to the old reliable Sunbeam
Studio, 23ti and 238 S. Main street, and
get one dozen full length cabinet photos
until further notice for 75 cents.
War! War! Bijou Studio, 221 S. Spring
st. We meet tbe cut. Cabinet Photos, $1
per doz. Not cheap Main-Et. work, but
such as we display.
For good meat and Bansages of all
kinds, call at Louis Streuber's. Orders
promptly attended to. 138 N. Main St.,
Adams Bros., dentists, 239., South
Spring street. Painless tilling and ex
tracting. The beat seta 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
The Hebrew ladies' benevolent society
will give a eociai at Concordia club hall
on Thanksgiving night, November 30,
Sanitarium—Pico and Hope sts.; tel.
138. Dr. Cowlea, Wilßon blk., First and
Spring; tel. 883. 10 to 12 a.m., 3tosp.m.
For a good table wine,order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50c per gal. T. V ache Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Mom, Dd Barry's wrinkle cream and
balm, tbe queen of skin foods, sold at
242> 2 South Broadway, next to city ball.
Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Angeleß street and 654 S. Spring Btreet.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon
Ollice and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. M. Hilton Williams, 137 S. Broad
way, specialist in catarrh, throat dis
eases, bronchitis and consumption.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 226 South Spring
Btreet. Office hours from 8 to 10 a.m.
and 2to 5 p.m. Telephone 346.
Full line of music boxes and holiday
goods at Extort & Cist's, 329 South
J. B. Mitchell, attorney-at-law, has
removed from Temple block to 229 West
First street, room 1.
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent), 530 8. Spring st.; te1.1029.
See W. P. .Mcintosh's display ad. of or
ange and lemon iande in another column.
Dr. Wallace A. Dunton, 304 N. Main.
Telephone, 1159, opp. St. Elmo hotel.
Board and room at the Bellevue Ter
race at $1.25 per day.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Mechanical massage institute, 755
Campbell's curios for holiday goods.
Dr. McCoy, eye, ear, throat, Bryson bk.
Dr. Parry, ear and eye, 431. 1 ... S. Spring,
Kan Into by ft Car.
Laat Sunday morning an electric car
ran into a buggy in which were Wilfred
and John Holden, newspaper carriers,
on Broadway between Ninth and Tenth
streets. The buggy was wrecked and
both tbe boys were quits badly injured.
The boys reside at 009 Philadelphia
The Charge dismissed.
The charge against Santiago Arguello
of assault with a deadly weapou, made
by (i. Moreno, was dismissed in Justice
Seaman's court yesterday, and the de
fendant was then fined $10 for drunken
ness. Moreno would not testify against
Arguello on the first charge.
J. K. Johnson, I'klah; T. F. White, Chino;
G. B (iriswold, K. B. Elder, D. E. Wassormaa,
A. E. Banks, B. E. Dorn, W. B. Hopkins, H. C.
Boyil. I. v. Welsskopf, Mr. and Mrs. s. M.
Bm;th, Miss H. J. Smith, I). E. Newell, George
Stra:i>, I neodore Witt, Ed Casey. San Francisco;
Mr*. H. L Reed, Deer Lodge, Mont.; William
W llsou, Victoria; Mrs. a yon Tager, F. P. Biker,
New York; Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Carter, Myrtle;
A. T. Johnston, Toronto; I. Anderson, San
Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bruce, Seattle;
E. W. Price, Can Diego; J. H. Cay wooo, Orange,
N. J.; D. t. Kittredge, Rochester; A. H. Brawu
er, JN. V.; G. A. Kltohen, Bowie, Ariz.; Mr.
and Mrs. Chupin, Miss K. G. Chapin, G. S, Cha
pin, jr.. cnlcago; W. D. Dnke, Demlng; E.
Crocuor, N. V.; J. S. Fassett, Elmira; 11. E.
Dlckman, Berkeley; Mamie Meyers, lluena
Park; E. Hilton, Santa Barbara; M. G. Kelly,
Banning; Alex Caskey, Santa Ana; Mrs. yuin
an and son. Redlands; J. M. Proctor, Peta
luma; J. D. McNab, Riverside; F. P. Cliugan,
Crepe aud French tissue papers, Christmas
cards and calendars. Langstadter, 214 W, Sec
CEYLON TEAS. i^ r £SSS:
LOS" ANGELES HERALD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2». 1893.
NO NEWS ABOUT LANG WINSTON
The Missing: Pasadenan Not
Part of the Relief Party Return
from the Mountains.
A Systematic Search Being Made—A
Load or Supplies Token to the Be
lief Forty Laat Nigbt Eleven
Pasadena, Nov. 27.—Two members of
the relief party sent in search of Mr. L.
C. Winston, who becameaeparated from
bis party during a heavy snow storm
11 days ago, returned home thia morn
ing bringing, however, no definite news
of the whereabouts of tbe lost man.
The members who came back were
Charles Wilson brother of Lang and
Jud Blick, tbe latter in company with
Mr. Newcomb being tbe first to go in
tbe mountains after the return of
Messrs. Reed and Brown. They came
back by way of Switzer's camp, coming
around thnt way with the hopes of
finding Mr. Winaton.
Mr. Blick was interviewed by the
Herald reporter shortly after his arrival
He stated that tbe relief party is now
located at Chillao, about six miles from
the camp which Mr. Winston wandered
away from, which is 10 miles the other
side of Barley flats.
A trail was found near where Mr.
Winston and Brown separated, which
was believed to have been made by the
last man, and it was this trail which the
two returning searchers took, but, as it
proved, without success.
The trail was followed as far as Water
man ridge by them, but on account of
the length of time which had elapsed
since it was made, all traces were lost.
Tbe two, however, continued, coming
out by way of Smitzer's witbont finding
any more traces of tbe lost man.
Tbey report the rest of the party hard
at work, making a systematic search of
the mountains in the vicinity of Chillao
and Pine fiats, which will be continued
until something definite is learned.
Messrs. Blick and Winston went back
to tbe mountains tonight, loaded with
provisions, and will stop as long as there
is any hopes of the missing man being
It ia to be hoped that something defi
nite may be learned one way or the
other at once, as tbe suspense is some
thing terrible for Mra. Winston and
other members of the family.
THE LOYAL LEGION.
The Election of Officer! mt Lett Even
Tbe annual meeting of the local asso
ciation of the military order of tbe Loyal
Legion of the W. S. of Southern Califor
nia, for the election of officers for the
ensuing year and for other business,
was held in the parlors of tbe Hollen
beck hotel last evening and was at
tended by the following companions:
Capt. Wm. H. Seamans, Colonel H.
D. Lee, Maj. W A. Elderkin, U. 8. A.,
Gen. E. Bouton, Maj. Wm. G. Wade
meyer, Lieut. J. C. Oliver, Ensignal
Thos. Laycock, Capt. J. A. Osgood, E,
L. Swaine. son of Col. P. T. Swaine, Col.
H. W, Lawton, U. S. A., Col. Geo. H.
Kimball, Lieut. C. C. Fulton, Surgeon
IL M. Bishop, Lieut. L. S. Bntler, Capt.
Wm. H. Newman and Chas. 8. Gilbert.
President W. H. Seamans entertained
tbe companions with some remarks aa
to what had been accomplished by the
association during tbe past year, and
touchingly alluded to the death of Com
panions General Yandever and Major
A committee of three was appointed
to prepare suitable resolutions as to the
deaths of tbe aforesaid companions, to
be presented at tbe next meeting.
Officers for the ensuing year were
elected as follows: President, Captain
W. H. Seamans; first vice-president,
Major W. A. Elderkin; second vice
president, Col. Geo. H. Kimball; third
vice-president, Gen. E. Bouton ; treas
urer, Lieut. L. S. Butler; secretary, C.
The nest meeting was appointed for
Saturday evening, December 16th, at
which General Bouton was requested to
read a paper relating to the battle of
Notice to Business Honses.
We are now in press with the second
bi-annual edition of the Los Angeles
Street and Business Directory. Any new
firm or any business bouse or profes
sional person not already seen by our
canvassers will please" notify us by
postal, care Kingßley & Barnes, print
ers, 211 New High Btreet, and their
names can be inserted as late as Friday
afternoon. The directory has, in addi
tion to many new and novel features, a
classified telephone liat.
N. A. Wolcott & Co., Publishers.
The Glenwood stove has no superior.
It will save you 40 per cent in fuel and
is ahead of all other Btoves made. In
spect them at the W. C. Furrey com
pany, 159 and 101 North Spring street,
opposite old court house.
Howry & Bresee, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO •
KOS FINE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK; alto, firat premiums above all competitors at fair held
October, IH<>2, and at all previous exhibits wherever work was entered for competition in the
Btate. Largest and most complete photographic studio lv Southern California. All the latest
styles and designs used.
lOT NORTH BPRINQ ST. 11 23m
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
DR. J. P. TUDOR. MANAGER.
RUBBER PLATES—UPPER OS LOWER. —rfBS S\
Ist grade, *8; 2d grade, $tf.O(); Hd grade. $5. t^^^^^^^^^/w^
Aluminum Plates $12 roto Ifls 00 '.SjffiS.
Porcelain Crowns... 5» to 300 -^ < YS?^"/>ill
oi.l Crowns 500 10 7no >V^s^^v7T YM
Goid Killings From $150 up IlflSv*»L?S '■
SJver or Amalgam Fillings. . 800 to 11 nHf/TTuNwmJ 8 <bjifw\
Cement Fillings 50c to 75u S »J
Teeth extracted for 25c. Painless extraction. *Mh. U » 4« UNF
The administration ol gas a sptcialty at 7Bc Tt |f
UP-ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
ATHLETIC CLUB FIELD DAY.
Mat or ths Entries—Those Who Will
The entries (or the fall field day events
of tbe Athletic club closed last night.
Nearly every event is well filled.
In addition to those already received
• number are looked for from outside
towns. The rnnning jump will also be
kept open for more entries. The bicycle
outlook has been slightly changed by
tbe arrival of one of tbe crack eastern
riders in the person of E. Ulbrecht.
Hie forte while in long distance will not
deter him from giving the local riders a
hard brush. One of his performances
waß to ride IS miles at a 2:29 clip. He
makes hie own pace and ia a strong
rider. As has been stated before, he
rode second to Meintjes, the South
African rider, in the letter's great 100
mile racein Chicago recently. Ulbrecht
ie a short, stocky built man and is well
Tbe Chinese race is likely to prove a
drawing card. Each rider will have hie
friends on hand to yell for him whether
he wins or not. In fact, Chinatown will
shortly give a monstrous party to wit
ness the event from the kindergarten at
Athletic park. The list of entries ia as
One hundred-yard dash—James Ryan,
a. H. Jackson, A. Stewart.
Mile bicycle novice—J. H. Voorheis,
F. Lacy, D. E. Chenoworth, Fay Steven
Mile bicycle, 2:30 class-Emil Ul
bricbt, Wm. Jenkins, Phil Kitchen, Fay
Stevenson, O. M. Smith, H. E. Mc-
Crea, Thomaa McAleer, T. Q. Hall.
Pole vault—R. S. Day, Jr., E. Muni
nier, Louis Breer.
Four hundred yard-run—Jas. Ryan, J.
H. Harrington, C. V. Howard, S. H.
Mile bicycle (lap race)—E. Ulbrecht.
T. S. Hall, Phil Kitchin, L. W. Fox, C.
M. Smith, 11. E. McCrea, Thomas
Running high jump—W. J. Bliesner.
Two hundred and twenty yards—Mr.
James Ryan, C. V. Howard, 8. H. Jack
eon, A. Stewart.
Two mile bicycle handicap—J. H.
Voorhies, L. W. Fox, E. Ulbreoht, 1). E.
Chenoworth, Phil Kitchin, Fay Stephen
son, C. M. Smith, H. E. McCrea,
Thomas McAleer, T. S. Hall.
Mile bicycle, open—E. Ulbrecht, T.S.
Hall, Phil Kitchin, L. W. Fox, Foy
Stephenson, C. M. Smith, H. E. Mc-
Crea, Thomas McAleer.
In Olden Times
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and were
satisfied with transient action, but now
that it is generally known tiiat Syrup of
Figs will permanently cure habitual con
stipatio: , well-informed people will not
buy other laxatives, which act for a time,
bnt finally injure the system.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis
sewing machines. Drop postal card to
228 South Main street.
I Wealth Secured f
♦ BY BUYING GOODS OF ♦
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! THE GASH GROCERS, !
♦ 216 and 218 S. Spring St. ♦
J Choice Table Delicacies, Bed Rock T
X Prices. Courteous Attention. T
Z SPECIMEN PRICES: X
Z 1!) lbs Granulated sugar $1 00 X
Z 1 lb Price's Baking Powder 45 Z
Z 1 lb Koyal Baking Powder 45 Z
X 1 lb Cleveland Baking Powder 45 Z
Z 5 lbs Rlre lor 25 X
Z City Flour, per sack 80 Z
Z choice Northern Flonr 1 00 X
X 4 lbs New Prunes 25 X
Z 0 lb* Oat or Wheat Flake 25 Z
4} Germea 20 X
X Imported Sardines I . a
4. Good Sardines 05 X
Z Monroe Milk . 10 X
♦ Try our unrivaled half-dollar "Spider ♦
♦ Leg" Tea. Also our excellent high grade ♦
y Hyson, Jap and Formosa Oolong Teas, and ♦
♦ the famous Chase Ai Sanborn Coffees, the ♦
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♦ 816-218 8. Spring; St.
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RED FRONT MARKET,
255 S. MAIN ST.—TEL. 270.
Sell fine fresh eggß, doz 28c
Creamery ilutter, roll 40c
Best quality Rex ham, per lb l^Xc
Picnic ham, per lb 11c
Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c
Poultry, Fish, Game, Pickled Meats, Fruit
and Produce and hundreds of other articles
sold ln proportion. Imnorted and domestic
cheese. Prompt delivery free of charge,
THE FEDERAL COURTS.
Cases In Both the Circuit nnd District
In the United States district court
yesterday, Judge Boss presiding, ('has.
Nickell was sentenced to one year in tbe
county jail. He was convicted of em
bezzling and secreting a letter belonging
to Joaie Sullivan.
The grand jury returned one indict
ment and the jurors were excused from
duty until December 2d.
In the circuit court, Luther E. Tubbs
waa, on motion of M. E. C Munday, ad
mitted to practice on a license from tbe
supreme court of the state.
In tbe case of Blanton Duncan, trus
tee, vs. Catherine M. Hardin, the mo
tion to dismiss was granted. It was a
suit on a mortgage for a large amount,
in which for several years defendants
contended that the debt Was void be
cause it was not proved in the probate
In the case of G. Y. Norton vs. the
Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe Railway
company, action to recover damages in
killing stock, a motion of the defendant
to vacate and set aside tbe service of tbe
summons was submitted to the court for
consideration and decision, leave being
granted theplaintid to tile a brief within
ten days, and to the defendant to file
brief within five days.
Miles' Nerve nnd I.lver PIUI
Acton • new principle—regulatinK the liver,
stomach aud bowel* through the nerves. A new
discovery. Dr. Stile*' pills speedily cure bil
lousuess, bad tastes, lorpld liver, piles, consti
pation. Unequalcd lormtui, women and chil
dren. .Smallest, mildest, sureßt. Kitty doses
25 cents, Sampleß free. CH. Hauce, 177
1 KAN-KOO 1
j Holiday Goods j
fARK ARRIVING. X
Ladies' Silk Embrolderel GowoJJ, ♦
% Gentlemen's Silk Jacket* J
:Silk Handkerchiefs. <■
Heuip aud Cotton Kugs. T
X Screens.Lacquer and' Porcelain. X
i ♦ Mexican i.ud Indi jn Curios. •
X NAVAJO BLAHKETS A SPECIALTY. T
| CALIFORNIA SOUVENIRS, |
| * Including Shells, Views, Mosses Wild 2
i «• Flowers and Woods. ♦
; ♦ ♦
♦ i ♦
IT French and Crepe Tissue Paper in all T
| X shades. ♦
X Fashionable Stationery and Copper J?
y Plate Engraving. ;
J iuylte your inspection. J
j KAN-KOO. !
Z 1108. Epring St., Opp. Nadeau Hotel. 2
» 10-8 3m Z
128 H"OBTH JVCA.IJNJ- ST.
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
[ESTABLISHED 18811 ]
■&iniiiai weakness, lmpoteucy, etc., luducing
some of the following bymptoms, M dizzmeu P
oonfuaioa of ldetm, detractive memory*
averiton to society, blotohea, •mfiiloni,
exhaustion!, vmrit .»< ol*. etc., are par ma
il tmtly cured.
rjuiN VKY, KIDNEY and BL UHXCK
troubles, weak back, lucouiiueuce, goiiorrhrea,
gleet, h trie tare snd all unnatural discharges
are quickiy and perfectly cured,
SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS,
causing ulcers, eruptions, swelling in groins,
sore throat, fa-llng hair, and other symptoms,
are removed and all poison permanently erad
icated from the system.
KsTT'eikim at office or by express. All
letters strictly coufldentiai.
rJI2 S. SPRING ST.,
Just Below Third.
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Hotel Terracina. ;
JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent mowii*.
tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Sea,- \
CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop. .
M. TISDALE, Manager. 111r „,
I THE HOLLENBECK
t; f Best Appointed Hotel in
American and European Plans.
't% ' ■ Central Location.
flßl.u.M-''ii ■ *' irBt - ,!,aBs Service.
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BEST. JppTJljp BICYCLE".
HAWLEY, KING & CO:
- FINECARRIAGES, *
210-212 North Main Street and i6 T -i6B North Los Angeles Street ; |
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAIT Tl
COAL! COAL! COAL! 1 ;
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the ,(j
Benefit of Summer Prices. •;>*
HANCOCK BANNING. j
Tels. and 10-1-7- s-iatf 1;,0 West Heeond SCrjj
IXL Livery and Boarding Stabled
GEO. PREUTZ, Prop. M
Successor to L, WILHELM. I
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Kpecial attention in hai'is, lnrtin' and gentlemen's saddlehorses V
'Zfi'/jjffl S Good rlglL PrlcM 'e»»®nab.e. 111 " 8 at low '■*•»■ Brics sttMef J
HOLIDAY PRESENTS J
Either Crayons, Sepias or Water Colors. Prices Will Astonish Tf'ou. 'MB
MOTE DISPLAY AT HALL OF 221 a SPRING ST. Bring any photo you wish enlarged. AM .M
Designing and jcagroving. ■
E. S. COMINGS, 221 South Spring Streofc, j IM