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frightened by the shots, plunged and
reared and finally broke away. The
fugitives ran to Mono and O streets and
came across a man named Wlllard Coch-
ran, riding along; in a cart. They fired
at bim several times, making him alight,
took possession of tbe cart and drove
MORGAN RESTING EASY.
Morgan, in tbe meanwhile, was taken
home and is resting easy. He Bays be
has not the slightest doubt it was Evans
and not Moral wbo sbot him, as he re
members Evans' general appearance
very well, and tbe man who shot bini
had a busby beard. Morgan is corrobo
rated by Wyatt, and Scott, therefore,
must have ran away from his captors
before any shots were fired.
The escape has caused intense excite
ment and officers have gone out in ail
directions to pursue the. men.
MBS. BVANB VERY ILL.
When Scott got back to jail, be found
Mrs. Evans in a faint. She recovered
from one fit only to go into another, and
daring an interval of consciousness
stated to the jailer that she had noth
ing to do with her husband's escape.
She is very ill and under the care of a
doctor. No one for a moment believes
her statement, and she is accused on all
bands of being in tbe scheme to liber
ate Evans. Either she or Ed Morel
Drought Evans his pistol, and most
people are inclined to think it was Mrs.
' LITTLE KNOWN OF MOREL.
Of Morel little can be found out. S.
F. Cowan, proprietor of tbe Quimby
house, on X street, says about 5 o'clock
Morel came and said he wanted supper
to take to the jail as soon as possible.
He asked what time the train left for
the south and was told that it left at
5:45 p.m. Cowan said to him that if he
wanted to catch the train be had better
not wait for the dinner. He then said
he would take tbe dinner up anyway.
He did not show himßelf much nor re
main long, but said be would be back
soon. A few minutes later be came
back and paid for tbe dinner. Cowan
asked him who would bring tbe dishes
back, and he asked Oowan if he would
not come up after them. Cowan de
murred to this, snd Morel said: "All
right, I'll bring them back tomorrow,"
took the dinner and left.
A HARD CASa.
Morel worked for tbe proprietor of a
merry-go round last fall, but was dis
charged for stealing from his employer.
He is also eaid to have served at
San Quentin and bis name ap
pears on tbe jail register for
a threatened offense. He was pnt in
September 22d, and got out a few days
later, paying a fine. From all accounts
be was a very hard case. He is a small
man of about five feet stature, and has
a very effeminate appearance. What be
has been doing here for a living cannot
be ascertained now.
TOSSIS IN PUBBUIT.
Tbe escape oaused the greatest excite
ment, and every officer in the city,
whether municipal or county, immedi
ately armed himself heavily and went
X van* abel Morel went in the direction
of Gent re ,iile,snd it is jnstnow reported
by telephone that a cart and
horse, without a driver, supposed
to be the one taken from Coch
ran, has at this moment arrived
there. Bennie Cochran, a newspaper
carrier, was returning home with a cart
drawn by a gray horse and having a set
of harness in it. Shortly after 6 o'clock,
as be approached his father's bouse at
tbe corner of Q. and Mone streets, two
men ran up with pistols in their bands
and said: "Get out of that cart and be
damned quick about it."
flemaue some snow of resistance and
bepan to scream for help, and his broth
er Willard Cochran ran out to see what
was the matter, and their father. E. C.
Cocb ran, followed. As Willard ap- i
preached Evans took two shots at bim
and he got under cover. By this time
they had dispossessed the boy of tbe j
cart, got in and struck ont in the direc- J
tion of the main road to Centerville,
SCOTT NOT BUBPECI'ED.
Young Scott, the jailor, is very much
cut np about tbe escape. While not
suspected in the least of collusion with
the robber, he ia censured somewhat for
pot exercising greater vigilance.
Soon after Evans' escape, a special
train with a number of officers waa Bent
A. SMOOTH SWINDLER,
A Sensational Coofldenoe Game Worked
on Kastern Merchants.
Ran Francisco, Dec. 28.---The Associ
ated Preaa waa informed today of the
operation! of a clever ewindler who haß
been traveling through eastern cities
representing himself to be the agent of
the wholesale drygoods firm of Murphy,
Grant & Co. of San Francisco. W. E.
Baxter, as the crook calls himself, haß
victimized numerous firms in a number
of cities. His method of operation in to
•nter the establishment of a wholesale
drygoods bouse, present a neatly en
graved card bearing the name oi W. K.
Baxter, agent for Murphy, Grant & Co.,
fan Francisco, and also forged letters of
introduction from the beads of the firm.
He states that the object of bis visit is
to select and purchase goods to replenish
the stock of the firm be represents.
He buys a large bill of goods, orders
tbein sent to San Francisco, C. O. I).,
and before leaving asks the favor of
having castied a small draft of $151),
which amount he needs immediately lot
personal expenses. This comparatively
small request has never been refueed
him. He baa also succeeded in having
a number of checks cashed by jewelers
and other people to whom he has be
come indebted for trifling purchases.
The Scott Stamp and Coin company of
Hew York city and Otto Sutro of Balti
more are among bis latest victims.
Numbers of these drafts, amounting to
many hundreds of dollars, have been
sent to the Nevada bank, this city, for
collection, and great quantities of goods
purchased by Baxter, marked C. O. D.,
are arriving for Murphy, Grant & Co.
SHOT BY A STKANUBB.
A Mjaterlotie and CnproToked Crime In
Sacbamento, Dec. 28.—Early this
morning; a man whose name is not
known shot Charles Berg, and sent two
bullets after John Kemp, apparently
without the slightest provocation. The
three men had been drinking together,
and tbe stranger who did the shooting
purauaded Berg and Kemp to accom
pany bim np street when he left tbe
ealoon. Upon arriving in front of a
lodging house, where the stranger said
he lived, he pulled out a pistol and com
menced shooting. One bullet grazed
Kemp's head, cutting a bole in bis hat;
another took effect in Berg's head and
another in his abdomen. The police
have so far been unable to find tbe as
FLASHES FROM FOREIGN LANDS.
Gladstone's Policy on the Labor
The Government Cannot Famish
Fanltr Con«trnetlon of a British Battle
ship— Embassador Runyon and
Wife Received hy the
[By the A««>rf»?ed Pres.i.
London, Dec. 28 —A deputation from
the unemployed wer» introduced today
to Gladstone at hie official residence by
I'rof. James Stuart. The deputation
urged that light railways, similar to
those in use and under coarse of con
struction in Ireland, be built by the
government, in order to give employ
ment to many people now badly in need
of work, and that veßtries be furnished
with sufficient financial assistance to
enable them to deal with the unem
ployed people of the city. Gladstone
said he had the fullest sympathy for tbe
unemployed. The distress caused by
want of work was not confined to Lon
don or Great Britain, but existed
with greater intensity in other countries.
The deputation appeared sanguine of
almost omnipotence of the government,
but tbe latter could not go beyond its
limits. Gladstone was in favor of the
government becoming proprietors of rail
ways in order to control railway rates,
but the commission which had the mat
ter in charge had decided against it.
Regarding the suggestion as to the treat
ment of refuse, and thereby finding work
for unemployed, Gladstone said experi
ments already made in that direction
had not proved a success, but the gov
ernment would fnrtber consider the
question. The government, however,
could promise nothing beyond a fall in
quiry into ail practical suggegtions.
Faulty Construction of the British Bat
London, Dec. 28.—Admiral De Horsey
sends to the Times a letter received
from an officer on board tbe British
battleship Resolution, describing her
fearful experience during a gale in the
bay of Biscay. Even in moderate
weather tne Resolution rolled 45 degrees
each way. She steamed slowly, keep
ing her bead to the sea, knowing any
deviation would break down tbe engines
and capsize tbe ship. Tbe next day tbe
gale not moderating and tbe coal run
ning short, she dared not turn for fear
of going over, but on the afternoon of
December 21st, tbe weatber allowed an
alteration of her course and the vessel
was able to make for Queenstown. Every
man on board felt thoroughly unsafe.
Commenting upon tbe letter, Admiral
De Horsey eaid nothing is an excuse for
tbe new iron ships, which are construct
ively weak and become dangeronaly
strained and leaky in one gale.
In the commons today, the secretary
to the admiralty, replying to a question,
said tbe structure of the Resolution
was not damaged and the cost of re
pairs would only be; 11750.
Ambassador aud Hr|. Kunjnn Presented
at the lierauan Court.
Berlin, Dec. 28. —frbe empress of Ger
many at noon received the United States
ambassador, Hon. Theodore Runyon,
The ambaasadori and those who ac
companied him werre ushered into the
marble hall by Count Yon Mirbach and
presented to tbe empress by Countess
Yon Brookdorf, the first lady it waiting.
The empress waa dressed in rich blue
silk, and cordially shook hands with
Mr. and Mrs. Runyon. Later the
United States ambassador presented his
statf, and a conversation, which lasted
10 minutes and was conducted in Eng
lish, took place between tbe empress
and the visitors.
This is tbe first 1 state reception ac
corded an American ambassador's wife.
Mrs. Runyon, after leaving the palace,
paid she was delighted with tbe amiabil
ity of tbe empress, and tbe party were
highly pleaeud with the gracious man
ner in which they had been welcomed.
REFORM OF THE BOURSE.
Report of the Reichstag Com in It lee on
London, Doc. 28.—A Berlin dispatch
to the News aays: The report of the
government committee appointed to re
form the bourse regulations has been
published, and it is likely to produce a
strong impression apon the bourse. One
propoeitiou is that any one enticing
persons to speculate on the bourse
while knowing euch speculation may
endanger their means of existence, ehall
be punishment for six months and by a
fine of not more than 300 pounds, and
bankers shall in all cases have no claim
upon debtors. There is a!eo a proposi
tion that firms making wrong or pur
posely insufficient statements in intro
ducing loans upon the bourse ehall,
within five years, make up any loss Buf
fered by holders of these securities.
REVENGE OF THE MATABELES.
Little Doubt That British Troops Were
London, Dec. 28.—There seems little
doubt of the correctness of the reports
that tbe commands of Captains Wilson
and Barrow were cut to pifices by the
follower." of King Lo Bengula, though
no official newe to that effect has yet
No doubt when Major Forbes left the
Sbangani river, Captain Wilson and
his party were very hard pressed, but
reinforcement* have been Bent ana it is
hoped the two forces have effected a
junction. The authorities here, in the
absence of news, believe the reports are
Trial or Hsr Action for a Separation
Paris, Dec. 28. —The action brought
by Princess Colonna, step-daughter of
Mr. Mackay, the American millionaire,
against her husband, Prince Colonna,
for a judicial separation, was to have
been heard today, but the case was
postponed in consequence of the fact
that Advocate Buit, who repreaents the
princess, was pleading a case before an
other court. Prince Colonna was pres
ent in the courtroom with bis advocate.
Maitre dcs Jardines.
For Bronehlisi, Asthmatic and Pulmon
ary Cnmplalnta, "Brown's Bronchial Trothet"
have remarkable curative properties. Sold only
LOS ANGELES HEKALft* FRIDAY" MORNING. DECEMBER 20. 1893
NORTHERN PACIFIC AFFAIRS.
Receiver Fayne Defend* Himself and
Milwaukee, Dec. 28.—Receiver Henry
C. Payne, of tbe Northern Nacific, said
in regard to the potition of the stock
holders el tbe road seeking tbe ap
pointment of new receivers, that he and
his colleagues have faithfully and dili
gently undertaken to administer the
trust placed in their charge, having
in view only the preservation and man
agement of the property in such a way
as would in thus quickest time
place tbe company on its feet. The
management bas not in the least degree
tried to influence the action of tbe re
ceivers. He cited the stand taken con
| corning the Wisconsin Central lease as
lan illustration of this. The insinuation
that the receivers are incompetent
needs, be said, no ans\wer in their own
communities. He asserted that Oakes
is one of tbe ablest railnoad men in tbe
country, while Ronse is quite as well
known, being present ctteirman of the
j executive board of the Mwaonn, Kansae
I and Texas railroad. Payne looked upon
the movement as a transfer to the courts
lof tbe Wall street feud, which has long
existed between tbe two opposing fac
tions of tbe road. He personally dis
avowed any intention to do anything for
other than the best interests of the com
pany, and characterized tbe charges and
countercharges in the Wall street con
troversy as mere bragadocio.
The petition in behalf of the stock
holders of the Northern Pacific rdsd for
toe renewal of tbe present receivers, a
summary of which was sent in these j
dispatches late last night, was filed in
the federal court here by General Ooun- ;
sel Fettit of that road this afternoon.
Shields and McKlnstry in Danger or
San Francisco, Dec. 28. —F. Alleyne
Orr, attorney for Patrick Shields and
Andrew McKinstry. sailors on the
American steamer Keewenaw, who were
brutally beaten by Chilean police in
Valparaiso during tbe Baltimore riot in
1891. has received notice that the Chil
ean government will contest the effort
to have tba claims of Shields and Mc-
Kinstry for damages settled by the arbi
tration committee appointed under the
treaty to settle tbe question of damages
to American citizens, on the ground that
Shields and McKinstry are not American
Minister Egan, while negotiating with
the Chilean government for tbe treaty
of 1892, under which theclaims for dam
ages were to be settled by an arbitra
tion commission, reported to Secretary
of State Foster that he bad asked if it
would be necessary to insert a special
clause in the convention to include this
case. Egan says: "The minister and
aleo the sub-secretary of the ministry of
foreign relations assured me that it was
necessary; that no question would be
raised on this point, and that the rights
of Shields as an American citizen will be
admitted by Chile before the arbitration
Shields' claim was for $100,000 and
McKinstry's for 125,000. Considering
these statements of the Chilean officials
to Minister Egan, the action of the
Chilean government at this late day in
entering the plea that Shields was not
an American citizen, and therefore can
not come before the arbitration commis
sion, has caused great surprise here.
THK DEATH ROLL.
The Oldest Melon in the Country Dies
San Diego, Dec. 28. —Samuel McKoon,
father of Hoamer P. McKoon, president
of the San Diego chamber of commerce,
died at Fanita ranch, his eon's resi
dence, this morning, at the age of 91.
He bad been prominent in politics in
New York and judge of tbe surrogate
court. He was made a Free Mason in
1823, and was supposed to be the oldest
Mason in the United States.
Louisville, Dec. 28.—Captain George
Cross, a veteran of the Mexican war,
died today, aged 70 years.
New York, Dec. 28.—Henry Claneon,
preaident of the Clauaon Brewing com
pany, ia dead.
A Disabled Steamer.
New York, Dec. 28.—The steamer
Burgomeieter Peterson, which sailed
from Rotterdam November 26th for this
port, and over which considerable anx
iety waa felt, was again passed, Decem
ber 27th, by the steamer Woolwich. The
latter was boarded by the first officer of
the Burgomeieter Petersen, who handed
him a letter and requested the captain
to deliver it to their agent in New York.
Captain Dundae of the Woolwich offered
to tow him to port, but be refused as
London, Dec. 28.—A Berlin dispatch
to tiie Times denies that there is foun
dation for the report that there is a
ministerial dispute. It also says that
the rumors regarding the retirement of
German embassadors to Paris and
Vienna are equally false.
London, Dec. 28.—The trotting mare
Silver Queen haß been sold to an Ameri
can for one thousand guineas and has
sailed for Chicago on board the steamer
British Priucess. It ia intended to
enter her in a great race during Feb
Public Bonding Expenditures.
Washington, Dec. 28.—The annual
report of Jeremiah O'Rourke, super
vising architect of the treasury, shows
that the expenditures for public build
ings for the year were $4,12fi,159; bal
ance of appropriations available, |9,232,
Chinese Will Register.
Nashville, Term., Dec. 28.—The
Chinamen in Nashville, numbering
about 25, have notified Internal Revenue
Collector Bond that they will apply to
him in a body next Monday for regis
Seems to Be Contagious.
Nashville, Term., Dec. 28.—John
Echols and St. John Boyle have been
appointed receivers of the Chesapeake,
Ohio and Southern railroad. The ap
pointment was agreed to by C, P. Hunt
Flro at Dallaa.
Dallas, Tex., Dec. 28. —Fire broke
out today in Kosenbaum's dry goods
store at Hilleboro, Bosque county. The
loss is estimated at $275,000, with about
lteTi'a Corns Doetorod.
Paris, Dec. 28.— Ex-Vice-President
Morton has undergone a successful sur
gical operation on his left foot. His
cure is only a question o! a few days.
For 0«p Fifty Yean
Mis. Wivslow's Soothing Syhup hm been
uaed for cbildren teeiblng. It sootbea tb
ccild, softena tbe gums, alls ja all pain, cure
wind colic, anl la tbe beet remedy lot dim
rhcaa. Twenty-five cent! a bottle.
DONJON'S EMPHATIC EPISTLES.
They (Jot Him Into a Peck of
His Effasions Made the Senators Peel
He Wanted to Find Ont How -Tohn
Sherman Got Rich The Crank
11 o and Over to the
By the Annotated Presa.
Washington, Dec. 28.—Joseph Donjon
wbb held in $2000 baU today to await
the action of the grand jnry for sending
threatening letters to Vice-President
Stevenson and others.
Donjon was arraigned in the prison
ers' dock along with a number of white
and colored prisoners. He was repre
sented by Lawyer Cuvillior, who nied a
plea of not guilty.
W. 8. Daniele, clerk to the vice-pres
ident, teetified tfcat Donjons letters
tirat began coming to the vice-president
laßteommer; some were very violent.
ApostaJ card was read in court in which
Donjon asked the vice-president to send
him $26, in order to avoid being one of
those wtio bad been marked.
Young Mills, secretary to bis father,
the Texas senator, read a letter received
by his fatiier i n which Donjon said
there was "hell in store for certain
partieß." The letter made scandalous
relereuoe to Senators Sherman and
Stewart, President Cleveland and
others. A request was made for travel
ing expenses to come to Washington,
and tbe letter stated tbe writer was fol
lowing divine inspiration.
Mills jr. teetified that th 3 letter was re
garded as of such a threatening charac
ter that, be obtained a permit in the
police court to carry a revolver.
Ex-Police Inspector Holiinsberger
testified that Donjon confessed he bad
written a postal card and letters the
vice president and to Senator Mills; be
-also stated that similar epistles had been
cent to other persons.
The prisoner testified in an intelligent
manner. He said his idea in writing
loiters to public men was to find out
bo)w Senator Sherman bad made bis
Audtje Miller and the attorneys en
deavored to have him state who had
co-operated with him, but he said he
woulA' not divulge this until after bis
final nrial. Donjon said bs belonged to
no secrVt society; he had not intended
to threaten the vice-president nor tbe
senators, but merely to solicit sufficient
money tor traveling expenses to come to
Washington and give evidence as to
Senator Sherman's alleged improper
connections with silver and tariff legis
lation. In answer to a question he said
be knew nothing about dynamite.
The MJtontonoinah'N Movements.
Washington, Dec. 28.—1t is donbtfol
wbetber tbe monitor Miantonomah will
go beyond Norfolk for the present. It
was thought advisable to get the men
away from shone and the ship ready for
sea. Sbe will probably practice ma
neuvering in Hampton roada and await
Banker IVY »k<> una Will.
New York, Dec. 28.—The will of
Banter George Calvin Magoun was
filed fnjkj. II Ir, f
$120,000 real estate and $700,000 per
sonal property. He gives charitable
bequests and divides his entire eßtate
among bis wife and three children.
A Terrible Kxploslon.
BouTnAMrroN, Dec. 28.—A cylinder
being sank at the wharf of the Ameri
can line of etearners exploded. In addi
tion to several men missing? since the
explosion, two were so terribly injured
that they will die.
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An epidemic of the (rip It ceruin to be ten
end throughout America la a very short tlmo.
Already manv cases hare been observed by
physlcluu la New Yerk city, as well at In other
cities of the land. Dr. Cyrus Bdson of the New
York Board of Health taya that the disease
will manlfeat lit pretence generally in the
very near future and that it It already hare
more than is generally realised. He said:
''I think we will hare a grip epidemic toon
and there are Indications that it will be a Ion*
siege. While I do not want to create a scare,
I would warn people to beware of it and to use
all the precautions possible. Experience hat
shown that carelessness In habits and lrregnlar
hourt render the system too weak to stand to
violent a disease. Grip tindt easy victims in
old people and In debilitated pertous.
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Will divide In 3 pieces; same' ortoe . iSSti oran i*>«. good house and
' ' p " 09, I everything In fine condition 6,000 |
LOS ANGELES CITY PROPERTY.
1 new houre, 10 large rooms and cor- . .
ncr lot on Hill street; only * s 800 I «^2' S w. ry hoUBe , 0D Temple street.
This Is *2000 less loan ihe actual va n.i n? I OnMr. 10 minutes' walk Irom the I
mis property, as the lot Is.">RiH<>, wiih aood' 1 tt v " ".""I!": 11 >» one °»the best built
carriage house, stable and about IiOOO »<iuare ~?."a '".'S* aity .- P 1 """*"' »»" deo
feet of cem-nt walks. square orated, with good carriage house and
stable; the price for 30 days wl.l be. 8,750 1
l K£?.£ ,Sro °m». only a few doors VACANT rtfJIM)IN(J LOTS i
walk from the court house-tne iut '- ? •> Bonnl * Br "' ana lh «
nor of tbe house i» finished in fancy J I Ei^A 0 ." ,r '\ hle " 0W v * caD > tl - M0 I
wood. Price for the present foJthe 1 »i?h yr "°.7"'- ne « pl ™>, only.. 000 '
hou.e.ndtwo.ot,.. P 8,800 1 i !ot t ;»Te , ;u b e a aV«cr! ,t :'000
b.r g a!n h^p o p rto* a,llO ' ,lnallP " tBOl lh9 cUj ' al '- nou gh I only advertise a few of the best
W. F*. M'INTOSH
President and General Manager of the Barton aad Mentoue Land Cos.,
i iii ■sshsssMssss i 144 Booth Main et. Loj Angeles.
Drs. Keene Blakeslee & Co.
Medical and Surgical Institute,
Permanently Located. 133 N. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
These old reliable doctftrs will consult with you free of charge and tell yon vonr
disease without asking yon a question. The/ also furnish all medicine at the"
Offices, and save you extra cost buying medicine at the drug stores. Dr. Blake.
rn " fe ° X c " ° f " ,anV re ™rkable cures he has made on this Co"t
*y leading banker. and harness men. Call at their office aad read them for proof.
The snccessful physl- rec"i
ge"~- The' U emi„ S e U n r ; wl " h °"
specialist - Your best M„ ,lr Ife "f a h tUr , e °* c,u,t ' c ' and
friend - The world's J&4d&Mb<« Till <PT -° T iCt \?
benefactor - Perman- business. He
ently located -Consult 5» >rlv » t9
him this day HffßlflVnto !■ WVfflK dIsHS ". «' pow.r,
Most Successful Catarrh Doctors in the West, i
These old reliable specialists of many years' experience, treat with
wonderful success all lung and throat affections, Cancer,
Piles, Fistula and Kupture.
$1000 ReWard f ,or ? n y ca , se . the J '*» to cure, coming under their
* IVUU llD " alU treatment, by following their directions.
Eve A " ° aSe " °J SrUU or chronic inflammation, far or near-sightedness
■UJO. dimness of vision, scrofulous eves, closing of the eve duct ,„li»?inJ'
"dTe'c"' ,yPh " itlC S ° re cy "' « ranul » ted °»«or? cancer ofth*.
Ear ° eafne " from catarrh singing or roaring noises, thickened drum In-
UaL ' Animation of external ear, purulent discharges from the ear? etc
11 5 Neuralgia, sick, nervous or congestive Bssdaftha SnU f«» f'.„n h , ,„.,
TiTPftfit Catarrhal aud syphilitic sore throat, zente and chronic pbaryn
llilUdl. gitis, enlarged tonsils and palate, hoarseness, loss of voice, thick
phlegm in throat, which causes hawking.
T imCTQ Consumption in first and second stages, hemorrhages, chronic bron- i
JjullwjO. chitis, dry and loose cough, pains in chest, difficulty in breathing, '
hepatizations, asthma, etc.
TJpqTif Valvular diseases, weak and fatty heart, dropsy and rheumatism of
llt/CU t. heart, languid circulation, etc. >
Catarrh and ulceration and acid dyspepsia, indigestion, pain and
OLUIIIU/Oli. fulness after eating, heartb.irn, waterbrash and difficulty of
T iVflr All diseases of the liver, spleen, bowels, (constipation,
J-JiVOI, \OyIUULL. chronic diarrhoea), lii.Jnev and bladder, all nervous and
reflex disorders, rheumatism and all skin diseases, eczema, salt rheum, ringworm,
hip joint disease, old sores, fever sores, stiff joints, hare lip. spinal irritation,
nervous prostration, rupture, piles, fistula, rectal ulcers, which produce pain in '
small of back.
SfiYllfll All private diseases, spermatorrhea, nightly or daily i
OOAltai losses, which, if neglected, produce nervous lima- 1
tion, loss of memory and ambition, softening of the brain, idiocy, insanity, etc. | !
syphilis, stricture, inability to hold the urinf. impotency or loss of power, sterll- 1
ity, prost/.torrhea, ropy, sandy sediment in urine, or gravel; varicocele, cured by
a new surgical operation, hydrocele, all losses or drains, atrophy or shrinking at '
ißlTntllTA -Pile> ' F ' istu ' a ' Varicocele, Hydrocele and all swelling and tender- i
IbUjJUUiU ness quickly cured without pain or detention from business.
T QfHaQ — Wno ma y be » ufferin g fr °m any ol the distressing ailments peculiar I
JjaUlOO to their sex, such as persistent headaches, painful menstruations, ■
displacements, etc., do not give up in dispair, even if you have met with repeated '
failures in seeking relief. We are happy to state that we have cured hundreds of
;ases after other physicians have pronounced them hopeless. Charges moderate /
and within the reach of all.
IRflTTIfidiPCl — The remcales use(J in this Dispensary are. known only to on- j
lbOIi.lOU.lCo selves, and have descended to us as a priceless heritage lrotn
our Illustrious ancestors, through many generations of the brightest lights in the
medical profession that the world has ever known ; and to these precious tre ISC re's! .
of knowledge we have added the results of many years of labor and research in '
our chosen calling, until now we feel confident of curing all curable cases, and ol
greatly benefiting all who have not yet received any relief whatever.
WNO CASES PUBLISHED OR EXPOSED. Every patient's- name strictly
confidential. All references anyone may desire furnished privately at my office.
Island on my merit and value my reputation.
Parties who consult me are not turned over to an amateur hired substitute*,
but receive my own personal care and skill. Consultation always free, and tW
poor I treat free of charge, feeling it a duty [ own to suffering humanity.
Patient* liying away from the city who cannot conveniently call for personal
consultation, may describe their troubles by letter and have medicines sent to
them free from observation to any part of the Pacific Coast. Office hours; 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Bring this paper with you, and direct all mall to
DRS. KEENE BLAKESLEE & CO.
183 North Main Street. Los Angeles.
I'VE GOT TO MOVE BY JAA T . Ist.
My preient store is leased to another party, and consequently I must
dispose of ray elegant line of JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, etc dur
ing; the present month. 1 will offer extra inducements to those
wanting to purchase
HOLIDAY GIFTS !
A full and complete line. Inspect my stock of Silverware. Fiae
Silver-mounted Pocket Books, Opera Glasses, etc., etc
S. CONRADI, 123 N. SPRING ST.,
OORNER OF FRANKLIN STRCET. 12-1 la
UNION OIL COMPANY
Producers and Refiners of PETROLEUM OIL
Manufacturers of High Grade Cylinder and Ksgiue Oil*.
Large Producers of Fuel Oil.
San Francisco Office, 204 California st.
Branch Office, 135 E. Second st, Les Angeles
GEORGE M. SMITH,
Tel. $174. 10* xy Manager Los Ant-ale 9Br a nek.