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hearty congratulations, Preston Harri
son being one of the first to thank
Trude lor his efforts.
Before announcing the verdict, tbe
jurymen agreed not to make public tbe
occurrences in the jury room, and after
their t'.ismieeal tbey positively refused
to talk. From a court official, however,
it is learned tbe jury were unanimously
in favor of tbe death sentence.
ATTORNEY TRUDE TALKS.
In an interview tonight Attorney
Trndß said: "The conviction of this
man will, in my opinion, operate as a
deterrent against the commission of
like crimes by notoriety-loving cranks.
Since the trial of Prendergast has been
in progress cranks have arisen all over
tbe country threatening mayors, chiefs
of departments and men of means. This
verdict will operate as a life insurance
policy on their safety. A verdict of ac
quittal on the ground of insanity would
be the sowing of dragons' teeth, and
threatened mayors and others would be
in danger of losing their lives."
THE MURDERED MAYOR'S FAMILY.
The members of the late mayor's fam
ily were apparently expecting such a
verdict as was given, and seemed to de
rive little satisfaction from tbe fact that
the murderer was to die for bis crime,
feeling only that justice had been done.
Carter H. Harrison, jr., one of the pro
prietors of the limes, in discussing the
"I am not surprissd at the verdic*,
because to my mind there has never
been the least doubt as to the man's
legal responsibility when he committed
the act. I think a hanging verdict will
bave a beneficial effect upon the vast
army who seek notoriety by deeds of vi
olence or by threatening men occupying
THE CULrRIT'6 RETICENCE.
"Please ask tbe gentleman to excuse
me. I would prefer not to see or talk
with anybody tonight." This was the
verbal response of Prendergast as be eat
in bis cell tonight to a written message
to tbe effect tbat an Associated Press re
porter would be pleased to receive any
statemeut Prendergast might be dis
posed to make. The reporter who sect
in tbe message followed Night Jailer
r oltz into the cage aud heard tbe reply
ac above spoken in a clear, calm tone,
very much ac any man might decline to
the death watch.
Prendergrast, when removed from the
court room, was placed in cell No. 11,
facing tbe visitors' cage. Just inside
tbe cell he sat, while outside was posted
the death watch. If the prisoner had
any conception of the real significance
of this extra watch he gave no sign.
He appeared perfectly at ease, with no
trace of excitement, distress or anxiety
npon bis forbidding features, having had
five honrs to regain his composure since
the verdict was rendered. A few min
utes after he was placed in the cell, hie
brother, John Prendergast, waa ad
mitted. The brothers grasped bands
and neither spoke for a time. Then
John said: "Don't lose hope, Gene; we
will do all we can for you."
Later tbe assassin's lawyers called and
did what tbey could to cheer him up.
Tomorrow Prendergast will be given a
cell in the murderer's row, and will
have for his nearest neighbors Painter
and Higgins, two men under death sen
tence for murder.
OPINION AT WASHINGTON.
What Illinois Statesmen Think of the
Washington, Dec. 2y.—Among the
members of the Illinois delegation the
result of the Prendergast trial was dis
cussed freely and was generally com
Vice President Stevenson, speaking ol
tbe verdict, said: "A verdict of guilty
was universally expected. lam not fa
miliar with the expert testimony ad
duced regarding the defendant's sanity,
but his crime was a cold-blooded one
and shocked the entire country. I speak
rather warmly becauae Harrison wsb my
personal friend. The verdict seems to
» be just."
Representative J. Frank Aldrich,when
informed of the verdict, Baid: "Ninety
nine out of every hundred expected the
verdict. lam not in the least surprised
at the finding of the jury. I have fol
lowed the case in the papers very closely
and am convioced there were is-, -.- •. ~
lor clemency. The defense certainly i
made no case ol insanity, and my con-
Victioni would Dave to be very materi
ally changed if I were to say anything
against the verdict."
Representative Lane said: "The ver
dict expresses tay sentiments. I endorse
it fully. There is no question as lo
Representative John 8. Black said:
"1 speak not as a lawyer, for I have not
followed the testimony in the case, but
as a citizen, having formed some im
pressions from what I have lead and
beard. I should say the verdict is
righteous, and that tbe 12 men who sat
on the jury arrived at the correct con
Secretary of State Gresham Baid be
had not been closely following the
newspaper reportß of tbe trial, and
therefore declined to express au opinion
of the result.
Chief Justice Fuller asked to be ex
cused from expressing an opinion on the
case. It is not impossible that the case
may be carried to the United States su
preme court, and the chief justice prob
ably did not want to pass judgment on a
case which may afterward come before
DEPEW AND SAGE.
Two Millionaires Are Clail Prendergast
Is to lid twanged.
New Yokk, Dec. 29. —Dr. Chauncey
M. Depew, when called upon by an As
sociated Press reporter aud informed
that Prendergast had been convicted and
sentenced to death, said:
"You don't say so! This is the first
information I have had of such a ver
"Have you anything to say about
"Yes; I have. I would say simply
this: The verdict is very gratifying to
mo, and should be ao to every citizen, as
a vindication of the supremacy of tbe
law. It is a verdict which does great
credit to Chicago, and demonstrates, aa
did ber action in tbe case oi the anar
cbifcts, ber fearless and determined el
fort to make ber municipality safe lor
life and property. That is all I have i
Kuesell Sage was somewhat surprised
when informed ol the conviction ol
Prendergast. He said: "I think be
deserves it, if ever anyone did. His
pretensions of insanity were made U|
in order to gain the sympathy of those
who might believe him. I think the
influence of the verdict will be a whole
some one. It will teach the masses to
have no sympathy for cranks ; that they
are responsible to the law which is the
bulwark and protect!** ci *)ur lives aud
liberty, and its influence will be re
straining to them and make them lead
the lives of good and respectable citi
THE REREAVED FIANCES.
Miss Horrsrrt Too Weak to Be Seem.
Ber Brother Talks.
New Orleans, Dec 29.—A reporter
visited tbe Howard mansion, on St.
Charles avenue, immediately after the
receipt of tbe news of the result of the
Prendergast trial. Miss Anne Howard,
the bereaved fiancee of tbe assassinated
mayor of Chicago, was too weak to be
seen, as she is just recovering from a
severe attack of grip. The first intima
tion that Frank T. Howard had of the
verdict was when a reporter visited bim
at tbe boose. He said: "I am rather
surprised, considering Chicago's nsnal
hustling style, that they were so slow in
determining upon tbe fate of the assassin.
When I left Chicago it was said Prender
gast wonld be hanged before Christmas.
It was two months yesterday since
the horrible crime was committed.
I have found the lawyers of
New Orleans were almost unan
imous in the opinion tbat the as
sassin wonld be acquitted. This opin
ion was based upon tbe theory that he
was insane. They most bave imagined
tbat this sentimental plea, so effectual
here, could be similarly utilized in Chi
cago. I fail to see why a man guilty of
such a horrible crime, even though h«
be adjudged insane, should be spared
any more than anyone else. Prender
gast is not insane. After committing
tbe crime be made all possible haste to
deliver himself np, in mortal terror lest
vengeance aroused in the incensed peo
ple would be visited upon bim. Dr.
Lyman subsequently remarked to me
that this in itself was sufficient to dis
The Chicago Inter-Ocean Says the Ver
dict Is Jnstlflable.
Chicago, Dec. 29.—The Intar-Ocean
says: "No one who has followed the
case could have expected any other re
sult, and the public generally will ap
prove the verdict. The only question
raised was as to tbe murderer's sanity,
and tbe defense utterly failed to make
him out a lunatic —that is, a 'crank,'
in tbe ordinary acceptation of tbe term.
Tbat bis mind ia constitutionally de
fective ia no doubt true, but tbe object
of punishment ie to protect eociety, and
there ie today no greater menace to hu
man life than the eo-cailed cianks."
Tbe Times says: "Prendergast's con
viction deals a fatal blow to the plea of
criminal lawyers, backed up by opinion
ated physicians, that eccentricity is
a complete defense to the charge of
murder. It is hoped now that the
eentence of the conrt may be speedily
executed. Let a demonstration be made
that the courts of Illinois will not con
nive at prolonging tbe worthless life of
a red-handed murderer by entertaining
dilatory motions or by being hampered
by the peculiarities of a certain sort of
He Gives Kvaslvo Answers to the Pren
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 29.—Ex-Pres
ident Harrison was asked this evening
if he had beard of the Prendergast ver
dict. '"Yes," he said, "I have just
glanced at it; have not read it care
"Do you care to express yourself re
garding the verdict?" was asked.
"No; Ido not care to talk on tne sub
ject. I have not followed tbe trial closely
and %m not prepared to give an opinion.
It was a murder trial and my views are
probably the same as those of many
An Expert's Opinion.
Middletown, N. V., Dec 29.—Dr. Sel
don H. Talcott, who gave medical ex
pert testimony in the Guiteau trial,
said: "I think Prendergast is a crank;
his mind unbalanced, but think he
should be held responsible for his crime.
The laws should be so amended as to
cover cases of this kind."
Altgeld Refuses to Talk.
Springfield, 111., Dec 29. —When
called upon by an Associated Press rep
resentative and asked for an opinion on
the Prendergast verdict. Governor Alt
geld said : "Ijknow nothing about tbe
case, except what I have read in the
' newspapers, and therefore cannot give
jpiuiou in regard to tbe verdict,"
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Frank and Edward Shaefer were on
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upon a charge of having burglarized the
Los Augeles Soap company's building
on November 21st.
There was, however, no evidence
against them and Judge Smith in
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LOS ANGELES HERALD* SATURDAY MORNING; DECEMBER 30. 1893
THE CORBETT-MITCHELL FIGHT.
It Is Still Expected to Come
Off at Jacksonville.
The Date of the Battle Fixed for
Governor Mitchell Remains Firm In His
Determination to Prevent It.
The Sports Confident of
ratlin* It Off.
By the Associated Press.
Jacksonville, Dec. 29. —The big fight,
According to the newly formulated
plane, will occnr tbe morning of Janu
ary 26tb. Manager Bowden is prepar
ing for emergencies. He ia satisfied the
decision of the conrt in which the ques
tion of legality will be tried, will be in
their favor, and the club intends giving
overnor Mitchell a run for his money.
At a meeting held this afternoon tbe
club decided upon this move. The con
test will take place at 11 o'clock the
morning of January 26tb. It is thought
it will be an advantage to the specta
tors; both in tbe matter of light and
means of transportation to the arena.
Tbe club decided, if the decision made
by tbe criminal conrt Monday next de
clares tbat tbe arrests of Corbett and
Mitchell have been illegal, to go ahead
and pull off the fight, no matter what
tbe consequences may be. The gover
nor has declared that he will not abide
by the decision of the criminal court,
but it it thought he will be obliged to do
Both pugilists have left the qity,
Mitchell going to St. Augustine and
Corbett to May port. No heavy work
will be dona by either until tomorrow,
when Corbett will resume training and
the Englishman begin bis first hard
work in the state.
THE GOVERNOR'S BTURBORNNEBS.
It is said the governor insists that the
proposed fight is in violation of the law,
and declares that it shall not come off
unless the supreme court decides the
conteet legal. It is believed tbe gov
ernor knows the decision will be
against its legality.
A dispatch from Tampa says the gov
ernor stated most positively tonight:
"The fight will not come off in Florida."
He says be has plans for preventing it,
and at tbe proper moment will act. He
is further quoted as saying: "I regard
tbe proposed fight as against the peace
and dignity of the state, and my deter
mination to prevent it is fixed."
one of Mitchell's trainers.
St. Louis, Mo., Deo. 29.—Tom Allen
leaves tbe city in a few days for Florida
to aid in preparing Mitchell for hia fight
with Corbett. The retired champion is
an enthusiastic backer of Mitchell and
Sredicts be will win. Mitchell's forte,
c says, is in-fighting and when matters
mix, the Englishman will be sure to
make straight for the Californian's
stomach. Allen expects the fight not
to begin really until tbe twelfth or fif
teenth round, each man waiting to size
up his opponent.
AN OFFER FROM CRIPPLE CREEK.
Cripple Creek, Colo., Dec. 29.—The
following telegram was sent to Corbett
and Mitchell this afternoon:
Seventy gold-producing mines in this
camp authorize us to offer you a puree
of $25,000 in gold bullion to bring tbe
Corbett-Mitchell fight here. Answer.
(Signed) J, A. Whitino,
E. F. Martin,
Opening of Bnn Disco's Sanson of Mid
San Diego, Dec. 29.—The races at tbe
Sweetwater track were enjoyed by a
good-sized crowd, tbe day being perfect.
The track was a little heavy, and the
bicycle track was entirely out of condi
tion for record-braaking. The great
Russian stallion. Krakue, was on tbe
track, but will not make an exhibition
trial until Monday, to which day the
bicycle contests have been postponed.
First race, mile, 2:40 class, best 3 in
5, puree $160—Two entries. First beat,
Myrtle won; time,' Thomas
Ryedyk second. Tbe second, third and
fourth beats were won by Thomas Rys
dyk in 2:41, 2;38>2 and 2:38.' 2 respect
One mile, for green trotters, 3 in 5,
purse $125, five entries—First heat,
MacKenzie won, time 2:44, Loafing
Mark second, Arno third. Second heat,
Arno won, time 2:47, MacKenzie sec
ond, Loafing Mark third. Third heat,
Loafing Mark won, time 2:41} 2l Mac-
Kenzie second, Arno third. Fourth
heat, Loafing Mark won, time
Makenzie second, Athens third. Dark
ness prevented the finishing of tbe race,
which will be concluded tomorrow.
Running race, one mile dash, three
entries, purse $175 —Danger won easily,
capturing the entire purse, Belle second,
Keno distanced; time, 0:25, 0:53,
1 :86#, I :b6H-
Between beats several interesting
bicycle races were held, for exhibition
only, on the horse track.
McLeod Throws the Giant.
Ban Francisco, Deo. 29.—Dan Mc-
Leod, champion wrestler of the Pacific
coast, tonight defeated Sebastian Miller,
the German giant and professional
strong man, in an exciting match. Mc-
Leod won tbe first tall, Greco-Roman,
in 1 hour and 27 minutes, and the sec
ond fall, catch-aB-catch-can, in 4 min
utes 17 seconds.
Six-Day Bicycle Score.
New Yohr, Deo. 30. —The score in the
bicvele race at 1 o'clock this morning is:
Schock, 1480; Waller, 1437; Martin,
1361; Van Amburg, 1209; Meizell,
1158; Albert, 1291; Golden, 1162; Hos
mer, off; Forester, 1040; Afbinger, 875;
NO DEAD DUCKS.
The Presidential Party Had IPoor Luck on
Ttielr Hunting Trip.
Washington, Dec. 29.—The president
aud party returned this afternoon from
tbeir hunting trip. They had very poor
luck as duck hunters. Birds were scarce
and several trips made after them re
sulted badly. The party went down the
river to Chesapeake bay and cruised
around there for a time. Boats were
lowered and several attempts made to
secure some game, but without avail.
The Wilson Parly Massacred.
Cape Town, Dec. 29.—Native runners
arrived at Fort Salisbury state tbat
Captain Wilson was surrounded by
Matabeles December Bth and he and his
entire force massacred.
WHY IS THIS THUS?
An Unprecedented Falling Oft* la Los
New York, Deo. 28.—Weekly bank
clearings as compiled by Bradstreet's for
tbe week ended December 27th,showing
tbe percentage of increase or decrease of
the leading cities:
rer et. Per ct
Clearances. luo, Dec.
New York S 419.762,000 .... SO.a
Chicago «7,a3b,000 .... 84.6
Boston «7,7U1 000 .... 2;1.0
Philadelphia..... 40,495,000 .... 20 7
St. Louis a0,330,(MXi .... 3.8
New Orleans... . 11,722,000 10.0
Cincinnati 10,9 O,<NW .... 13.3
Pittsburg 10 893,000 .... 11.4
Balllmo.e 10.71U.0U0 .... 2.7
San Francisco.... 10 006,010 18.4
Kansas City 7,434,000 .... 17.7
Halves on 5.70(1001 7.2
Minneapolis .... 5,351,000 .... 3.5.3
Omaha 4,459,000 .... 20.5
8L Paul 2.774,000 .... 58.2
Denver 1,951001) .... 64.9
Portlaui, Ore . . 1,742 000 .... Hi 1
LOSAAOKLEs 712.044 .... till
Seattle 69*,<!.1(> .... 33 5
Tacoma 451.191 .... 42 0
Spokane. 293,000 .... 69.0
Total of the leading cities ia tbe
United States, $778,306,129, a da*
crease of 26.8 per cent as compared with
the same week last year. Salt Lake not
TUB POPE AND THB CZAR.
Leo Olvei the Russian Autocrat a Bad
Nkw York, Deo. 30. —A special to the
Herald from Rome says: A high per
sonage of tbe Vatican in an interview
today said: "The relations between
the pope and the czar are at this mo
ment very much strained. In Jnly last
thn pope wrote the czar an autograph
letter in which he complained of the
persecutions against Roman Catholics
in Poland. It was written in a very
sharp way. Leo XIII declared to
the c/.ar that if tbe persecutions did not
cease, he would be compelled to protest
solemnly in the face of Europe against
tbe intolerance of tbe czar. Tbe czar
became frightened and has just sent to
Rome the Catholic Bishop of Tiraspol,
a persona grata at St. Petersburg, to
speak a good word to tbe pope and dis
suade bim from putting his project into
Worked Hie Men Too Long.
Se attle, Wash., Dec. 29 —The United
States grand jury has voted to return a
bill of indictment against Capt. £. H.
Jefferson of tbe government snag boat
Skagit for working the men under him
over eight hours a day. The men claim
that while employed on the Skagit Cap
tain Jefferson on various occasions, dur
ing the interval from August to October
of the present year, disregarded the
eight hour law and compelled them to
perform nine to eleven hours' work in
Berlin, Dec. 29. —A private dispatch
from Warsaw says 100 Socialists and In
dependentiets have been arrested in
connection with the burning of military,
stores. An attempt was made yester
day to fire an artillery magazine. The
powder stores are being closely guarded.
Death or Heury Norton.
London, Dec. 29. — Henry Norton of
San Francisco, formerly associated with
Senator Jones in the mining business,
died suddenly in London, Thursday, of
The Stanford lnvlnolbles.
Seattle, Wash,, Dec. 29.—The Stan
ford university football team defeated
the Btate university eleven today, score
40 to 0.
Denver, Dec. 20.—Judge Hallett to
day appointed Reinbart, McCook and
Wilson receivers for the Atchison lines
A Dead Karl.
London, Dec. 29.—William King-
Noel, first earl of Lovelace, is dead.
Is it possible to acquire in five weeks
a practical knowledge of German ? Rev.
W. H. Knowlton, rector of St. James
Episcopal church, writes:
Paso Robi.es, Oct. 1«, 1893.
Four weeks ago I know practically
nothing of the German language. Then
I began a course of study with Professor
Zimmerman, using the natural method.
The result ia tbat I now find myself in
possession of what might be called a
fair working knowledge of the language.
That is, I can easily make mußelf un
derstood when among Germans, for the
expression of any need that is likely to
occur. 1 can understand fully the speech
of the ordinary German business and
folk life conversation, and I can read
with facility the news of the day as
printed in the German newspapers.
On Friday next Professor Zimmer
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The New Year's gospel meeting of the
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Positively cure In from thirty to sixty days
all kinds of
VARICOCELE. HYDROCELE, PILES AMD FIS
SURE, FISTULA, ULCERATIONS, etc., etc,
without the use of knife, drawing blood 01 de
tention from business.
Diseases of Women Skillfully Treated.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE.
Can refer interested parties to prominent Los
Angeles citizens who have been treated by
them. Cure guaranteed.
65(> 8. MAIN ST., COR. SEVENTH,
3-7 lam LOS ANQEL&B, CAL.
Scud Your Orders Direct to Head
quarters and Save Agents'
LOOK AT THESE PRICES FOB,
Nltrgteof Soda #43 00
Bone Meal 25 00
Fish Guano 34 00
Bones, Meat and Blood, dried and
ground together 2ti 00
Super Phosphate .23 00
Our goods are all firat-class, and are delivered
in quantities to snit at your Dearest railroad
►tatl'.n at the above figures. TERMS—CASH
CONSUMERS' FERTILIZER CO,
1100 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO.
Orange, Lemon and Other FineFruitLands
AND ORANGE AND LEMON TREES
ON FIVE AND TEN YEARS' TIME
I CAN FURNISH 50 FAMILIES with 10 acres each, only 1 mile from center of Redlands. with
pure mountain water in pipes at each piece, aud only require ¥160 cash down on each 10, and
oaianoe on ten years' time l oan supply 10 acres each tn 50 more persons at Hentone, with
flrst-class Washington Navel, Medtteranoan Sweets or Valencia La to Orange and Ll.bon Lemon
trees: require one-third cash down on land and trees, balance can run 5 years. One variety of
oranges grown ot Mentone sold this year at $4 per box, one variety at sg:i. »0 per box, and tbe
crop now on the trees is already sold at same rates. Where else can you Invest your money to
bring you as great returns?
ORANGE GROVES FOR SALE.
20 acres, half In Washington Navels, 10 acres 1 mile from Redlands, all In
one-fourth in Hedlterauean Sweets, bearing oranges. 0 4 "00
one-fourth in lemons, with plenty 20 acres oranges andioUvaii hail mile
w . M o'f, na s nly ~ mile " ,rom < !e "- e r from Mentone Hotel 12,000
mi™ ??™;i.? ™™ o $ 7 -°°° 20 » l ' re "' "•"-one Highlands, all in
•o acres 1% miles from Redlands P. O. bearing 16 000
wi, be /i ri , u /-• P S r *F re ■' 600 10 acres, orange's, good''house and
Will divide in 3 pieces; same prioe. everything In fine condition 6,000
LOS ANGELES CITY PROPERTY.
'*^!.V,' n *l,m I f' ,, , room " * nd cor ". . 1 two story home on Temple street,
shl. lo "2S < K l n U i ,tre 7 t: OQ I, * B ' Boo onlT 10 minutes' walk from th»
»m. iU" * 2 ,°° o . ! e ™ , tuau 'A 6 *?' v « 1 , t ; ,u « »' court house; It Is one of the best built
~lJi!? pe . rly ' " i h S lo ' S ?. I1 r < ?:„ wl . ln Rooa house. Iv the cltv, plastered aud dec
ifl.JSP ,e ' 1? 8 aDII " bout aoo ° "» u «o orated, with good carriage house aud
feat of cement walks. , üb!e . lno ~r , c o (ot 30 dliyl W| -T be 8 76))
1 house of 12 rooms, only a few doors VACANT BUiLDINGr LOTS.
fiom the most beautiful place In the 1 lot on Angeleno Height", only $ 1,200
city, and not more than 8 minutes' 1 lot in West Bonnie Brae, and ihe
walk from the court house: the Into- most oeslrable now vacant 1,200
rlor of the house is Hnlshcd in fancy I 1 lot on Myrtle are., near Pico, only.. (100
wood. Price for the present for the I 1 lot, with good bain, on Court st 1,200
house and two lots 5,500 2 lots on Bellerue are , each 1,000
I have houses and lots in all pirts of the cliy, although I only advertise a few of the beat
bargains. Apply to
W. P. M'INTOSH,
President and General Manager of the Barton uud Mentone Land Cos.,
144 South Main St.. LOl Angelea.
Drs. Keenc Blakeslcc & Co.
Medical and Surfical Institute,
Permanently Located. 133 N. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
These old reliable doctors mill consult with you free of charge and tell you yoo«
.disease without asking you a question. They also furnish all medicine at their
•fflces, and save you extra coat buying medicine at the drug stores. Dr. Blakes
lee can give you references of many remarkable cures he has made on thia Coaat
by leading banker* and bujiness men. Call at their office and read them for proot.
The successful phrsl- nssur"nstmaand rectal
cian — The skillful sur- ulcers witho.it ltnife,
goon — The eminent lit "1? IP* 1 * Ha? ligature or caustic, and
specialist — Your best , jSSs4.Sk. without rain or deten
frieDd — The world's tion from business. He
benefactor — Perman- also cures all private
ently located — Consult diseases, loss of power,
him thia day. spermatorrhoea, syph-
Most Successful Catarrh Doctors in the West.
These old reliable specialists of many years' experience, treat with
wonderful success all lung and throat affections, Cancer,
Piles, Fistula and Kupture.
•Cinfifl T?OTJ7fIrH Forin y cas ° tl >ey »«» to core, coming under their
iplvUu IlOWaiU treatment, by following their directions.
pTJft AU cases of acute or Sbr.onic inflammation, far or near-sightedness,
£jVO. dimness of vision, scrofulous eyes, closing of the eye duct, squinting,
cross-eyes, wild hairs, syphilitic sore eyes, granulated lids, tumor, caucer of the
TJijj-p Deafness from catarrh, singing or roaring noises, thickened drum, in-
XjCVL • flammation of external ear, purulent discharges from the ear, etc.
FToflH Neuralgia, sick, nervous or congestive headache, dull full feeling, lose
O.DCIU.. of memory, dizziness, softening of brain, tumors and eczema of scalp.
ThrfiAt Catarrhal aud syphilitic sore throat, acute and chronic pharyn-
AiilUClu. gitis, enlarged tonsils and palate, hoarseness, loss of voice, thick
phlegm In throat, which causes hawking.
T HTIfTQ Consumption in first and second stages, hemorrhages, chronic bron-
IjUilgQ. chitia, day and loose cough, pains in chest, difficulty in breathing,
hepatizations, asthma, etc.
Hon ft Valvular diseases, weak and fatty heart, dropsy and rheumatism of
JZLOCII. v. heart, languid circulation, etc.
, ri Catarrh and ulceration and acid dyspepsia, indigestion, pain and
OUULLiai/U. fulness after eating, heartburn, waterbraih aud difficulty of
T IVfiT RtYIaQH All diseases of the liver, spleen, bowels, (constipation.
XJIVOi-, kJjJIOOIJ., chronic diarrhoea), kidney and bladder, all nervous aof
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 1%
email of back.
SflTllfll nrtTflTIQ All private diseases, spermatorrhea, nightly or dallyj
UDAUai UigailO. losses, which, If neglected, produce nervous irrltaat
tion, loss of memory and ambition, softening of the brain, Idiocy, Insanity, etc. j 1
syphilis, stricture, Inability to hold the urine, impotency or loss of power, steril-'
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 of
PlinfllTiQ - Piles, Fistuia, Varicocele, Hydrocele and all swelling and tender
lb U.IJ ILUO negs quickly cure d without pain or detention from business.
T fJiilPQ —Who may be suffering from any of the distressing ailments peculiar
JjaillOd to their sex, such as persistent headaches, painful menstruations,
displacements, etc., do not give up In dispatr, even if you have met with repeated
failure* 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.
T?flTTlAilipcj —The remedies used In this Dispensary are known only to our
lfcrjjjj.OU.iOD selves, and have descended to ut> as a priceless heritage from
our illustrious ancestors, through many generations of the brightest lights in tho
medical profession that the world has ever known; and to these precious treasure*
|Of knowledge we have added the results of many years of labor and research lv
our chosen calling, until now we feel confident of curing all curable cases, and of
greatly benefiting all who have not yet received any relief whatever.
WNO CASES PUBLISHED OR EXPOSED. Every patient'a name strictly
confidential. All references anyone may desire furnished privately at my office".
1 stand on my merit and value my reputation.
Parties who consult me are not turned over to an amateur hired substitute,
bnt receive my own personal care and skill. Consultation always free, aud the
poor I treat free of charge, feeling it a duty I own to suffering humanity.
Patient* living 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 ooaervatlon 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 JAN. Ist
My present store is leased to another party, and consequently I must
dispose of my elegant line of JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, etc dur
ing the present month. I will offer extra inducements to those
wanting to purchase
HOLIDAY GIFTS !
A full and complete line. Inspect my stock of Silverware. Fine
Silver-mounted Pocket Books, Opera Glasses, etc., etc.
S. CONRADI, 123 N. SPRING ST.,
OORNER Or FRANKLIN STREET. 1M lm
Producers and Refiners of PETROLEUM OIL
Manufacturer* of High Grade Cylinder and Engine Oil*
Large Producers ot Fuel Oil.
San Francisco Office, 204 California st.
Branch Office, 135 H. Second st, Los Angelea
GEORGE: M. SMITH,
Tel. 1174. 10-0 iy Manager liOsAiiffchs l!i aiii-.ii.