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f. port of observations taken at Lo« Angeles,
(.ember 29th, 1893:
1 Tmo. j B»
t<> a, :n.;30.:
j i i>. m.|ao.
( Kimum temperature, 64,
I mmum temperature, 45.
for cast lor Southern California! Fair
I uher, slightly cooler Thursday night; light
I ■ rlv winds. „ , _
co d wave is predicted for Colorado, Kan
aand Nebrasra; the temperature will fall 10
120 degrees by Wednesday night.
The funeral service of Rev. M. T.
!inton will be attended from the Uni
rsity M. E. church on Friday, De
raber Ist, at 10 a. m.
The managers of the turkey raffle, 130
tartb Main street, have kindly agreed
(give the proceeds of next Friday
ght for the benefit of the News and
orking Boye' Home.
Mrs. Dora James of Victor avenue
fates that during her attendance at tbe
.eater uight before last Bhe was robbed
f $70. She does not know how, when
i where she was robbed.
There are undelivered telegrams at
tie Western Union Telegraph office,
bvember 29th, for Mrß. Mary Quinlan,
iss Ella Murphy, Hudson Institute,
I. E. Mitchell, J. J. Oomocy.
Charles Culotte was tried in Justice
luatin'e court yesterday upon a charge
| stealing a watch from a lady in the
raker block. Tbe jury returned a ver-
Set of not guilty and be was discharged.
In the box office of the Burbank the
ter is a pictuw of the late John Mc
lullough at the age of 30. It is an ex
ellent photograph, given by the de
feased actor to hie old-time friend Fred
looper shortly after it was taken.
T. B. Prußßia and C. L. Whipple have
nrchaeed a half interest in the Nadeau
itel from Mr. H. W. Chase. Mr.
rußsia has a most enviable reputation
j a hotel man. Mr. Whipple has been
mnected with the Nadeau for two
*are and is widely and favorably
fnown to the traveling public. The
wo gentlemen will take bold on the
For Santa Catallna Island.
Steamer sails from San Pedro every
aturday, connecting with morning
iains from Los Angeles; returning
onday following. Wilmington Trans,
0., 130 W. Second st.
Grand Thanksgiving Lunch,
It the Laurel Palace, 215 Weet First
'treet, today, when an elaborate spread
rill be given to their many patrons.
Everybody invited. Roaßt turkey, roaßt
lig and egg-nogg will be at your dis
posal, and the popular proprietors,
ficGinnig & Baeler, will be on hand to
mend to your wants.
Is now presented in its weird and ar
latic manner, by Fanny Davenport, is
leyond comparison, and ao is our new
Ireatioa, the Cleopatra! with real live
t'ptiles on as ornaments. Look at our
sindow. Haker'e. 257 S. Spring St., ia
foe cheapest place to buy your mil
At the Exchange
228 South Spring street, the genial pro
prietors, McCrum & Jones, request their
iiHiiy patrons to their elegant Thanks
giving lunch, conaiating of turkey, pig,
(gg-nogjg and everything the market
itf'ords. Be aare and be on hand.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis
lewing machines. Drop postal card to
128 South Main street.
Don't forget World's Fair tonight.
At Captain Fletcher's Columbia restaurant, 612
Bouth Broadway. Following ia the menu:
Creme of Venice. Consome.
Olives. R'dißhes. Lettuce.
Celery. Tomatoes. Potato salad. Chow Chow.
Veal, with dressing. Pork, apple sauce.
Turkey, cranberry sauce.
Banana fritters, wine sancc.
Lamb currie with rice.
Cauliflower, white sauce. Irish potatoes.
Gteen peas. Sweet potatoes.
Pumpkin pie. • Cranberry pie.
Apple pie. Miuce pie.
Vanilla ice cream.
Eng.ish plum pudding.
Tea. Milk. Coffee.
35c. Fruit. 25c.
The Corfu, 130 1-2 S. Spring St.
Thanksgiving diuaer, 12 lo B—so cents.
At Heng Lee's, 505 N. Main st., < 'hine*e ard
Japanese bazar. A choice line of bric-a-brac
and fancy cuiuaware. Manufactory for ladies'
underwear and gents' shirts and furnishing
goods at reduced prices. Complete stock.
Hair Goods—Hair Goods.
In the above line I am selling out below
cost. Any one requiring any tiling in the abovo
line will feave money by calling at the Surprise
millnery store, 212 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 goo'l4 with pleasure- whether you buy or
not. CHICAGO WALL PAPER HOUSE, 237 S.
Our Home Brew.
Mater & Zobelein's lager, fresh irom their
brewery, on draught ln all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 414 Aliso street. Tele
phone Ul. _
Until December 1st
A discount of 20 per cent, from our ragolar
prices will be given to all persons having work
done at Adams Brcß.', dentists, 230),; South
A. B. Chapman
Sells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond
iimges, the two best stoveß ln America. House
hold goods a specialty. 414 8. Spring St.
At wholesale, good paper, sc; price of hang
lug, 10c. a roll; your chance now; get samples.
F. J. BAUKR, 237 S. Spring.
J. C. Cunningham,
Manufacture and dealer in trunks and travel
ling bags, 236 S. Spring st. Tel. 813.
Carpet Cleaning at Bleeger's.
Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 454-56
S. Broadway. Tel. 427.
If You Need a Truss
Cull at Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed.
The Corfu, 130 1-2 S. Spring St.
Thanksgiving dinner, 12 to B—so oeats.
A Modern Millinery Store.
llofTtaan & Co., 240 B. Spring st.
UfllS GISKAN FAMII/r BOAT",
Mr. Jacob Feiber is now chef cook at
the Hotel Arlington, Santa Barbara.
Mr. Wheeler reports that be is giving
good satisfaction. Mr. Feiber was two
years at Kepler's, Cincinnati; two and
one-half years at the Hotel Throop, To
peka; one season with tbe Windsor,
Dallas, Tex., and one and one-half years
at the Hotel Florence, San Diego. Mr.
Feiber is considered one of the very best
cooks in the west. He is, withal, a gen
tleman and a man who is pleasant in
his dealings with his employers and the
helpnnder him—something that cannot
be said of every noted chef. He was
sent to Mr. Wheeler by Petty, Hummel
& Co., Southern California's big employ
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical cases and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically need. Consultation hours 1 to
5. Telephone 1227.
Go to Ebinger'a restaurant, Third and
Spring streets ; regular dinners and best
order home in the city. Everything
first-class. Attentive white waiters; no
Chinese employed. Open from 6 a. m.
to 12 o'clock midnight.
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 Bryson block. Residence, Baker
block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. Sun
days and evenings by appointment. Of
fice telephone, 1156; residence, 1U56.
Mrs. I. M. Patterson will hold an art
reception at her studio in the Potomac
block, Broadway, on next Saturday,
day and evening. Her friends and all
art lovers are cordially invited.
Two 25c turkey dinners at the Cosmo
politan dining hall, 219-221 W. Second
street, commencing 11:30 a. m. to 2
p. m. and 4 p. m. to 7 :3u p. m., Thurs
day, November 30, 1893.
Get one of those beautiful parlor easels
now on sale at Lichtenberger'a art em
porium, 107 N. Main Btreet. Price, this
week, Tl to $5. Holiday goods now
ready for inspection.
Toys free with your purchase of
boots aud shoes at the great gift Bale
now on at the cheapest place on earth,
118 Kaet First atreet, between Main and
Loa Angeles atreets.
The Dewey Gallery, 147 S. Main, flret
claaa cabineta $1 per dozen for 30 daya.
Come early co you will not miaa this
opportunity. Thia ia no fake. All work
shall be good.
There will be a Thanksgiving eocial at
the Y. W. C. A. rooma tonight. All
friends of the Y. W. C. A. are welcome.
Come and name your apple seeds. Mra.
J. B. Brown.
The best remedy for irritating bron
chial cough and soreness in the lungs ia
Rowell'a Cough Mixture. We recom
mend it. A. E. Littleboy, 311 South
Today ie the day of thanksgiving, but
those who are most thankful are the
ones who have secured bargains in shoes
by buying at Snyder'a, 222 S. Spring
War! War! Bijou Studio, 221 South
Spring atreet. We meet the cut. Cabi
net photos, $1 per dozen. Not cheap
Main atreet work, but such aa we dis
Depoait your Mexican dollars and all
kinda of old silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forka, etc.
Air?ave open. Basement Times building.
Come to the old reliable Sunbeam
Studio, 236 and 235 South Main etreet,
and get one dozen full length cabinet
photos nntil further notice for 75 cents.
The finest photographs in the city at
greatly reduced prices. Cabinets 75
cents per dozen for a short time only.
Lamson studio, 313 South Spring street.
For pure Sonoma Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Fleur's, 404-406 N. Los Angeles st. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Elsinore Hot Springs and Lake View
hotel. Full particulars regarding this
famous resort at tbe Hammarn batb,
230 South Main street, Los Angeles.
For good meat and sausages of all
kinds, call at Louis Strenber'B. Orders
promptly attended to. 138 N. Main St.,
Adams Bros., dentists, 239 1 n South
Spring street. Painless tilling and ex
tracting. The best sets of teeth from
$6 to $10.
We will send Advance Bewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los An
gelea. Call or addresß 12S South Main
Sanitariom—Pico and Hope sts.; tel.
138. Dr. dowlas, Wilson blk., First and
Spring; tel. 883. 10to 12 a.m., 3tosp.m.
For a good table wine,order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50c per gal. T. Vache&Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
.Mine. Dv Barry's wrinkle cream aDd
balm, the queen of skin foodß, sold at
242 1 j South Broadway, next to city hall.
Pianos ior sale, rent; tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Angeles street and 654 S. Spring street.
Dr. A.Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, bave removed
their office 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. Wine, office 226 Soutb Spring
street. I >ffice hours from Btoloa. m.
anil i' to sp. m. Telephone 346.
Full line of music boxes and holiday
goods at Kxton & Cist's, 329 South
See W. P. Mcintosh's display ad. of
orange and lemon lands in another col
J. B. Mitchell, attorney-at-law, has
removed from Temple block to 229 West
First Btreet, room 1.
Robert Sharp it Co., funeral directors
(independent), 53ti S. Spring st.; te1.1029.
Dr. Wallace A. Dunton, 304 N. Main,
telephone 1159, opp. St. Elmo hotel.
Turkey dinner at the Library dining
rooms, 246 S. Broadway, 25 cents.
Board and room at the Bellevue Ter
race at $1,25 per day.
Insure with A. C. Goleh, 147 South
Mechanical massage institute, 755
Dr. McCoy, eye, ear, throat, Bryaon bk.
Dr. Parry, ear and eye, 431)£ S. Spring.
Campbell's curios for holiday goods.
"What is the best etove in the
world?" "Why tho Glenwood, oi
course," which is the natural reply.
Only to be had at the W. C. Furrey
company, 159 to 101 North Spring
A realistic trip to the World's Fair,
etc., Congregational church, November
30th and December 2nd.
LOS ANGELES HERALD THURSDAY MORNING,' NOVEMBER 80._1893.
AN EARLY MORNING FIRE
THE CABLE COMPANY'S POWER
Cauaed by tbe Explosion of a Barrel
of Crude Petroleum—An Es
timate of the Horn*
A disastrous fire occurred yesterday
morning in the power house of tbe
Pacific Railway company, corner Firat
and Chicago streets, Boyle Heights.
The fire broke out at 4 o'clock, and
waa caused by the igniting of • barrel
of crude petroleum.
Fred Morae, an employe, set a lamp
near the barrel, preparatory to getting
some petrolenm with which to oil the
curved tracks leading from the power
He had no more than attempted to
draw tbe oil when the gag ignited and
caused a terrific explosion. The flames
spread rapidly, but Mr. Morae eecaped
Fortunately tbe location of the pe
troleum was such that it aaved the
building from probable total destruc
It waa situated in the room near the
engine room, where tbe "runways" are.
There being no machinery or furniture
of great value in the room, the damage
was confined principally to the interior
timbers and tbe wood roof. The wait
ing room and other small rooms were
The fire department did excellent
work in keeping tbe fire from tbe rear
rooma in which the cars were stored.
The machinery room was protected by
an iron roof and tbe fire did not reach
the boiler room, ao the company re
ceived but little eetback in running the
care. Tbe prompt meaaure taken by Su
perintendent Akin iv running cars aa
usual waa the subject of ninch compli
mentary comment by tbe early travelers.
The damage will not reach $1000, and
at a rough estimate, Superintendent
Akin said it would not amount to much
more than half that amount. There
was no insurance.
WORK UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
Some of the Effects of Having No
Health Officer Powers ia having con-
Biderable difficulty in procuring citizens
to make sewer connections with sewers
already completed. It ia a problem tbat
stares the officials in the face to effect
the eewer connections rendered neces
sary by the construction of the new and
extensive sewer system.
Tbe repeal of the plumbing ordinance
without the passage of a aubetitute baa
Btill further embarraeaed tbe health de
partment in ita work. They have been
working under tbe conditiona required
by tbe ordinance, and ita repeal leaves
them practically powerless. They have
no law on tbe eubject now, and the re
sult ia that a great amount of necessary
work will be left undone.
Inquiries were made yesterday about
the prospect of the drawing up of a new
ordinance, but all bands seem to be
fighting very aby of the reaponaibility.
The buildiug inspectoreays that there
ahould be a new ordinance; the council
committee are of tbe opinion, and the
board of health agree that it ia neces
sary, but all are aa coy as a young'maid
en in tackling the matter.
One of tbe curioue anomalies of the
repeal of the ordinance ia eeen in an
incident which has occurred since that
action. A real estate owner, who wae
one of the moat active opponenta of the
ordinance went to tbe office of the bnild
ing inapeotor after tbe repeal. He
wanted to bave come building done, and
after some talk abont it he wanted to
take out a permit for the work and
plumbing, under the provisions of the
JOHN C. WRAY INDICTED.
He la Charged with Aiding in the Sa-
cspe of a Chinaman.
Ex-Deputy Sheriff John C. Wray was
indicted the other day by the federal
grand jury for aiding in the escape of
Won Lung, a Chinaman, arrested under
the Geary act last October. The crime
is allleged to have been committed on
It will be remembered that on that
date the Chinaman boldly walked out
of the jail while Wray is alleged to bave
been in charge at the time.
W T hen tbe indictment was retnrned by
the grand jury Mr. Wray was in Ven
tura county. He beard of it and came
to tbe city yesterday, going immediately
to the United States marshal's office
and surrendered himself.
Several of his friends went to his
assistance without being asked, and
went on hia bend. Mr. Wray takes the
matter very philosophically, and does
not seem at all concerned. He asserts
his innocence, but hae the kindest feel
ing for the authorities, especially tbe
marshal, whom he thanked heartily for
tbe consideration shown him.
For a clear head and steady nerves
Take Bromo-Seltzer—.rial bottle 10 cts.
Horse blankets and lap robes, Foy'a old re
liable saadlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles.
Rheumatism positively cured by Prentiss'
Rectifying Pills. Try them, 25c, drur.gists.
CEYLON TEAS. £*W*ZZ
WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO
FINK PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK; also, firßt premiums above all competitors at fair held
October, 1802, and at all previous exhibits wherever wo.k was entered for competition in the
state. Largest and most complete photographic studio lv Southern California. All th 3 latest
styles and designs used.
lOT NORTH SPRING ST. 11 23m
THE" TUDOR DENTAL CO.
DR. J. P. TUDOR. MANAGER.
BUBBKB PLATKS-UPI'KK OR LOWKR. -~-__<27 , "~>v S\
Ist grade, s>B; 2d grade, $6.50; Sd grade. «&
Aluminum Plates I|Sl2 oto *15 00 \
i ceiain Crowns oto 300 IB
Gold Crowna 500 to 700 W
Goid Filling* irom nil 50 nn WsXlyt '■ IViy^JSR
saver or Amalgam Fillings... 50c to mi %'/"J "£<2 wAfSUI
Cement Fillings 60c to 750 VIJ
Teoth extracted for 25c. Painless extraction. MJWfI I U V Vl*\sf IB IV™
The adminiatration of gas a sptcialty at 75c. *flf .
iOr-ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Routine Matters Transacted Ye»ter
The board of auperviaora met yester
day and transacted the following busi
A petition wae received from Isaac
W. Bain, at present serving sentence in
tbe county jail, praying for a commuta
tion of sentence. Referred to district
A petition was received to extend
Cherry avenue, along the west elope of
Signal Hill, to intercept the county road.
Referred to Supervisor Hay.
The bearing of Robert House's de
mand for rebate on double assessment
was continued until December 11th.
The report of tbe commission on the
Old Mission Road bridge, recommending
that 160 feet of trestle be need for ap
proach, to coat $150, was ordered
The county recorder's requeat for four
extra deputies, for 60 daya from Decem
ber let, to complete assessment list,
Edgar Bruce'a proposition to furnish
hia system of bookkeeping for various
public officee went over until Friday, on
motion of Superviaor Hay.
Action upon the propoaed division of
Wilmington township waa indefinitely
In Olden Time*
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and were
satisfied with transient action, but now
that it ia generally known that Syrup of
Figa will permanently cure habitual con
stipation, well-informed people will not
buy other laxatives, which act for a time,
but finally injure the ayatem.
Rnbio Canon and VJCcho Mountain.
Every citizen and tourist ahould viait
thia beautiful reaort and ecenery. Fare
to Rnbio canon and return, $1, and Sun
days 75 centa. See time tables. Good
hotel. Take Terminal railway.
LEONARD—In this city, Nov. 28,1803, at his
son's residence ln Bast Los Angeles, James
M. Leonard, a native of New York, aged !)2
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
lnvlted to attend the funeral, Nov. 30th, at 2
p.m., from the funeral parlors of B. K. Orr &
Co., 147 N. Spring Btreet.
San Francisco and Fresno papers please copy.
HOI.LOWAY—In this city, Nov. 29th, Richard
Holloway, a native of Staffordshire, Eng
land, aged 74 yeara and 7 monthß.
Friends are respecl fully invited to attend
the funeral tomorrow (Friday)at 10 a.m., from
the residence of his daughter, Mra J. F. Elder,
312 N. Fremont avenue.
Creston, la., papers please copy.
CLARK —In this city, Ethel St. C. Clark of
paralysis of the heart,aged 10 years, young
est child of Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Clark.
Funeral from Christ Church on Friday at
10.30 a. m,
Moll, Pa telle*,
and Sallownsss. II
v E|9l«fT does not take from
mti the fHC ■ the natural
rosy color, but
\jf Bleaches not all
_ Inth«t»kln. F.eck
les and other diicul
-f oiations are dlsbolv
* 1 * eQ; " 0k n "
J .... e -n. _ . j' i. *-4 -f. Fleshworme, etc.,
aro nron(!nt t o th^
'ytrJUi. 6 surface, where they
dry and fall off with the old outlc/e. which
flake«off like fine dandruff, by rubbing the
facs gently with a tow»l. While the old skin
ii thus being disposed of. the new akin under
neath is forming soft aud smooth, pure aud
white and fine in texture The complexion is
then a, perfect as It can be made, and nothing
remains but to keep It 13 by the nightly use of
XjOla Montea or Kosmeo Creine.
Guaranteed Freottla Care,
MRS. HARRISON treats Ladles for all
defects of Face and Figure.
The permanent removal of superfluous
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON,
America's Reauty Doctor,
26 Geary St., San Francisco, Cal.
Bold by all druggists.
MR. DOKA JOHNSON,
Lady Agent for Los Angelea
Hairdreasing and Manicuring Parlors, Rootni
41-42 Wilson Block, Spring street.
255 8. MAIN ST.—TEL, 2715.
Sell fine iiesu egga, doz 28c
Creamery Batter, roll 40c
Beet .pialliy Rex ham, per lb l'J'4o
Picnic ham, per lb 11c
Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c
Poultry, Fish, Game, Pickled Meats, Fruit
ana Produce and hundreds of other articles
sold iv proportion. Imnortod and domestic
cheese. Prompt delivery free of charge.
WILL CHANGE AT MIDNIGHT.
The Fire Department to be Turned Over
The fire commissioners did not hold •
meeting yeaterday morning.
Mayor Rowan and Messrs. Brodrlck
and McLain were present, but Mr.
Winching was out of the city and Mr.
Kuhrta waa at home aick.
It waa therefore decided to adjourn
without holding • meeting until the
next regular day.
The change in the chiefebip of tbe
fire department will take place tonight
at 12 o'clock, when Chief Curran will
turn over tbe keys to Chief Dan Mo. i
Yeaterday afternoon Mr. Moriarty
qualified and took the oath of office in
tbe city clerk's office, the document be
ing placed on file.
The talk about further changes in the
department at present baa quieted
down daring tbe paßt few daya.
Mile*' Nerve nnd Liver Fill*
Act on a new principle—regulating the liver,
stomach aud bowels through the nerve*. A new
discovery. Dr. Miles' pills speedily cure bil
louaness, bad tastes, torpid liver, plies, constl-
Sation. TJnequaled for men, women and chll
ren. Smallest, mildest, surest. Fifty doses
25 centa Samples free. C. B. Hauce, 177
Fancy Northern Grapea.
New crop navel oranges, Finest assortment
fruits and vegetables at Althouse Brothers, 105
W. First street: tel. ;u>s. Goods aellvered.
Finest Variety nnd Chenpeet
Place in town for flan, game, oysters, etc. Fred
Ilannimau's, Mott market.
Crepe and French tisane papers, Christmas
cards and calendars. Langstadter, 214 W. Sec
I KAN-KOO i
| Holiday Goods
♦ ARK ARRIVING. *
T ladles' 811k Embroidered Gowns. ♦
J Gentlemen's Silk. Jackets. J
♦ Silk Handkerchiefs. 4
T Hemp and Cotton Rags. ♦
X £creens,Lacquer and Porcelain. X
♦ Mexican and Indian Curios. *>
J NAVAJO 11I.ANKETS A SPECIALTY. I
I CALIFORNIA SODVENIRS, |
J Including Shells, Views, Mosses Wild X
♦ Flowers and Woods. i
J French and Crepe Tissue Paper ln all *
y ahades. *
T Fashionable Stationery and Copper *
♦ Plate Engraving. *
flfWe iuyite your lnspectioa. *
X 110 S. Spring St., Opp. Nadeau Hotel. X
X 10-H 3m Z
128 NOETH MAIIST ST.
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
[ESTABLISHED 1880 )
teminui weakucs", impotency, etc., inducing
some of thd foiljwingsymptoms, ascl(Kziu*na f
CllUf UsluD of I<l «•:*- , defective 111 flllor y ,
aversion to aoctety, blotches, emißiitona,
•txhaantlona, varicocele, etc., are psrma
DtWNxkY. KTONKY nnd HLUHtKK
troubles, wean back, mcontineuce, guuorrhren,,
gleet, istnctup- nnd all unnatural discharges
tire quick.y aud perfectly cured.
SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS,
causing ulcers, eruption*, swelling In groins,
sore throat, fa.ling hair, and other symptom:,,
are remove J and all poison permanently erad
icated from the system.
a'tsfty—Treat sk.s t at ofllce or by express. All
letters strictly confidential.
_ _ OVERCOAT
• fl To Oder
AiL TH£')Z tff TO OAT£ 'OOYS
wetr Gaccl Su/ts.^ti^^fif
-312 S. SPRING ST.,
Just Below Third.
JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moun
tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Seaj|
CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop.
WM. M. TISDALE, Manager. 11inm !
Best Appointed Hotel in
J fiw-ifH American and European Nans. j
fe g !ra |fflHHUmHra|| Central Location. » j
tSHBH Reasonable Kates. t j
A. C. BIUCKE & CO., *
GET TrA BOY THE-.
HAWLEY, KING & CCX
FINE CARRIAGES, J
210-212 North Main Street and i64-x6B North Los Angeles S(.«c«*
i ■ mt
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAIT" O
COAL! COAL! COAIJJ
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices. f
HANCOCK BANNING, j
Tela. 36 and 104.7. 8-i3tf lap West Seco^-m
IXL Livery and Boarding Stabif
GEO - Prop. .J. i
Successor to L. WILHEtM.
BSO S. MAIN ST. TKLKPHO V*
■-' bpeoial attention in hacks, ]nrHe,' anil gentlemen's saddle iHfrn)!
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