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Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
M rch 11, 1594;
Time. Bar. |Ther. RH'm
*:"0 n. m. 30.1B 44 92
t:00 p. t* 30.1*1 69 7»
Maximum temperature, 62.
Miuimum lemoeratnre, 42.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather; stationary temperature; light to fresh
west to uorlh winds.
Ovide Musin ie coming.
Don't forget to save the coupon in
this issue of the Herald. It is ac good
as tl in cash.
Seats on sale on Bartlett'e music bouse
for tbe Ovide Musin concert today.
Get your seats early.
Clarence A. Miller, esq., will address
the Political Economy club, in Alfrey
hall. Stowell block, this morning, at
11 :30, bis subject being Tbe Single Tax.
Do not miss the Ovide Mnsin Grand
Concert company next Thursday even
ing at Unity church.
There is an undelivered telegram at
the Western Union telegraph office, cor
ner Court and Main streets, March 11,
for J. W. McCauley.
The First Spiiitual society has rented
tbe new Music liall for Sunday services
for the next nine months. They have
heretofore been holding meetings in the
Grand opera house.
Persons wishing copies of the speeches
of Tom L. Johnson and James G. Ma
goire in congress, on the Maguire bill
for raising public revenue, can obtain
them freig, from officers of the Loa An
gelea Single Tax club.
If yon want to have a good laugh don't
fail to hear the lecture before the Broad
way club, Tuesday night, in the First
Preabyterlsn church. The name of the
lecturer, Rev. Burt Estes Howard, is a
guarantee of a crowded house. Admis
sion free. Reserved seats, 15 cents.
A fire took place yesterday afternoon
at 6:30 o'clock in a cottage No. 512 Tem
ple street, occupied by a Mrs. Dunham.
A lamp was filled from a can of gasoline,
and when lit an explosion took place.
Tho fire wae put out before much dam
age was done and before the engines ar
A recent issue of tbe Needles Eye rays
tbat a new hotel bas been opened in the
Needles, called Hotel Vanderbilt, alter
tbe new mining camp, vthich is destined
to add to the country's wealth, 'the
Eye publishes the arrivals nt the Hotel
Vanderbilt, which show well for the
travel to and from the Needles.
Rev. Burt Estea Howard gives one of
his popular lectures, Tuesday night, for
the Broadway clnb, in the First Presby
terian church. Subject, Bugs as Men.
Admission free. Reserved seats, 15
The Ovide Musin Grand Concert com
pany will give a grand concert nt Unity
chnrch next Thursday evening. Thia
oompany ia composed of the finest artiste
now before tbe public. Do not fail to
hear'them Thursday evening, tbeir only
appearance in Loa Angeles, under tbe
auspices of the Unity club. Seats on
sale at Bartlett'e.
A remarkably fine example of the art
of portraiture was ou exhibition last
week in tbe window of Sanborn & Vail,
on Spring street. It ie a poi trait of a
well-known citizen of Los Angeles, and
ia from the easel of Mr. Albert Jenke.
Tbe portrait is life size and is strikingly
life-like. The drawing is fine and the
coloring masterly, the flesh tints and
modeling being especially noteworthy.
In fact, it is one of the beat and happi
est examples of tbe noble art of por
traiture tbat has been eeen hero for a
long time, and Mr. Jenks is to be felici
tated on his artistic Buccees.
Special Notice to Buyers.
You are hereby notified that I have
this day purchased the entire stock of
fnrnishing goods, notions, toys etc.,
formerly owned by I. Gottbelf, of the
Spring Street Bazar. The same will be
removed to my new store, at 113 Weet
First street, and there sold at 50 cents
on the dollar. Sale commences Tues
day morning at Ba. m. Yours, very re
spectfully, Ed B. Webster,
Prop. Webster's Clothing Parlors.
Loa Angeles, March 12.
A Pitying Inveatment.
We want $3000 cash above r tv «r sales, and
to get It must give an extra inducement. It
will pay to invtst. 10c Wall Paper goes for 5c
a roll; 15c paper for 7'/ a c: 20c and '25c paper
lor 10c a roll: ingrain 10c a rail. "Compare
prices. Money Bayed is better than made.
We bang paper for 10c a roll. Yoor lime now,
our's later. Chicago VYaII Paper House, new
number, 32S p. bpring St.
Wagner the Jeweler. "The Kimberly."
Has opened at 158 N. Main street, opposite old
court house, with a fine stock of Watches and
Jewelery; also Spectacle* and Eye-glasses, sight
suited or no charge. Glasses from 25c to $1.50.
Fine watch repa rlng, diamond set.lng a
specialty. All work warranted. All former
patrons, as well as new ones, wilt find It to
tbeir advantage to patronize me.
A Card to the Public.
I. Longo, tailor, 200 N. Main street, Invites
friends and the public generally to give bim a
call and examine bis assortment ol fine trous
erings and suitings, the price* being Bucb as
to conform to the atringeut limes.
The Best Cough Remedy
Is the one that cures a cough. Hale's Pine and
Eucalyptus compound will do it. and Is pleas
ant to take. H. M. SALE Sl SON, Druggists,
220 8. Bprlng stteet.
Our Home Brew.
Maier & Zohelein's lager, Iresh from their
brewery, on dnught In all the principal sa
loons: delivered promptly ln bottles or kegs.
Office and bretrerg, 114 Aliso street. Tele
Apples! Apples! Apples!
Largest variety, finest selections fruit and
vegetables, lowest prices, at Althouie. Bros.
105 W. First St. Telephone 393.
The Ladies Will Remember
Miss Jordan's reception on Friday and Sat
urday, tbe loth and 17th.
Isidore B. Dockweiler
Has removed his offioes from the Bryson block
o rooms 5. U and 7, Burdlck oloct, opposite.
Finest Variety and Cheapest
Place in town for flab, game, oysters, etc. Fred
Hannlman'n, Mott Market.
Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's.
Patlsfactlos, promptness, reasonable: 154-5U
(. Broadway. Tel. AJ7.
A Good Cigar
At Hollenbeck cigar store for $4 a hundred.
A Modern Millinery Store.
Hoffman St Co., 210 R Bprlng St.
Wm T. Brown, watchmaker, removed to 310
8. Spring street, near Third.
(ixsMAS Family Boat,
Quick returns Irom the Herald clas
sified columns on sixth page. Good
situations are daily offered for people
out of employment; houses and lots at
great bargains; business chances at low
figures; houses and rooms for rent;
articles lost and found are advertised :
personal, special notices and all kinds
ol wants are represented. The Herald
is the best advertising medium in the
The fourth ward conference ol char
ities will meet this evening at the resi
dence ol Mrs. 0. Ducommun, 1347 South
Qrand avenue, for important business.
It is earneetly hoped that all persons in
this ward who are willing to work and
help along tbe association will attend.
It is a general ward meeting and should
be well attended.
School ol Art and Design, chamber ol
commerce entrance. Lite class Thurs
day and Saturday. Outdoor sketching
Wednesday afternoon. Anatomy lec
tures Wednesday morning. Perspective
lectures Thursday morning. Students
accepted any time; also, amateurs.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsev.Stimson block,
second floor, rooms 129, 130,131. Special
attention given to obstetrical cases and
all diseases of women and children. Elec
tricity scientifically used. Consultation
hours, Ito 5. Telephone 1227.
Oo to Ebinger'a restaurant, Third and
Spring streets; regular dinners and best
order house in the city. Everything first
class; attentive white waiters; no Chi
nese employed. Open from 6a. ro. to 12
Cosmopolitan dining hall, 219-221
West Second street, are serving better
meals than ever before. Give them a
trial. Meals 25 cents. Nothing but
first-class white cooks employed.
Pottery for decorating in oil co'ors
will be sold this week at half price at
Lichtenherger's art emporium, 107 N.
Main street. See tbe finest assortment
of frame mouldings in tbe city.
S. Conradi. optician, watchmaker and
jeweler, has removed to 113Sontb Spring
street. Fine diamond setting a specialty.
Watches, clocks and jewelry carefully re
Tbe Security Loan and Trust com
pany, 223 South Spring street, adminis
ter all kinds of legitimate trusts and
furnishes bonds ot suretyship when
Best remedy for irritating bronchial
cough and soreness in thelungs is Row
ell's Cough Mixture. We recommend it,
A. K. Littleboy, 311 South Spring street.
Elsinore Hot Springs and Lake View
hotel. Full particulars regarding this
famous resort at ths Mammam bath,
230 South Main street, Los Angeles.
Baskervi - & Riddell write fire in
surance at reduced rates in old standard
companies. Independen- of tho "com
pact." 218 North Main. Tel. 33.
Dr. Lawrence. 107 North Spring atreet.
Diseases of women. At office. 10 to 4.
Office 'phone 1267. Residence, i'earl
block, Sixth aud i'earl streets.
Hard-times sale of boots and shoes
going on now at the cheapest place on
earth, 118 East First street. Gail and
see what $1.50 wili do.
Dr. Chamley, 211 W. First a*., is per
forming tbe most wonderful cancer
cores, with his painless plasters, ever
known. Write for book.
For good meat and sausages of all
kinds call at Louis Strenber's. Orders
promptly attended to. 138 N. Main at.
Adams Bros., dentists, 239 , s South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. The best seta of teeth from $6
Sanitarium —Pico and Hope sts.; tel.
158. Dr. Cowles, Bryson blk., Second and
Spring; te1.1156,10 to 12 a.m., 3to 5 p.m.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
tbeir office to 137 South Main street.
Go to 149 South Main street for choice
home grown fruit trees, guaranteed true
to name. E. Darrow proprietor.
Dr. M. H. Williams, specialist in all
bend, throat, chest, blood and nervous
effiictione, 137 South Broadway.
Mra. Dr. Wells—Office in her brick
block, 127 E. Third street. Specialty,
diseases of women.
Pianos for sale and to rent; tuning
and repairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 S.
Los Angelea street.
All kinda of aewing machinea re
paired at 128 South Main atreet,
Dr. Wallace A. Dunton, 304 North
Main, opposite St. Elmo hotel; tele
Robert Sharp & Co., fnneral directore
('independent ),63ti S. Spring at.; te1.1029.
A. Krug, German apothecary and Ho
i myopathic pharmacy,cor. 7th and Wall.
Rooms at United States hotel 50c, 75c
and $1; special rates by week or month.
Call at silversmiths and get prices for
eteriing ailver spoons. Timee' basement.
Jay E. Hunter, attorney-at-law, re
moved to Stimson blocK, fourth floor.
Buy the Whitney make of trunk. Fac
tory 344 N. Main St., Baker block.
Sewing machines, in good working
| order, lor $5 each. 128 S. Main st.
The Advance Davis sewing machine is
tbe best. Office 128 S. Main at.
Dr, baliabury bas removed to Bradbury
block, rooms 234, 235, first floor.
Dine at the Hollenbeok cafe, the only
eelect place in Los Angelea.
Dr. Wm. Thiele bas resumed practice
at222> 3 North Main street.
All kinds of sewing machines for rent;
I 128 S. Main street.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Old Indian blanket, Campbell's curio
Drs. Rogers A McOoy. Eye, ear, throat.
Grand Pacific —Rooma 500, 75c and %l.
Bishop Montgomery's Consecration.
It was learned yesterday that Biehop
Montgomery, who is to be Bishop Mora's
coadjutor, will be consecrated at San
Francisco the second Sunday after Eas
ter. After the consecration ha will
come to Los Angelea and enter npon hia
dnties. Tbe consecration will take place
in tbe cathedral at San Franciaco and
will be adminiatered by Archbishop
Grand spring opening at tbe Wonder
Millinery, 219 South Spring street.
Finest display ever shown. Every lady
should make it a point to see their im
ported millinery artistically displayed.
A Twenty-Dollar Gift,
Read the great conpon offer in the
Herald today. The views in "Glimpsei
of America" are well worth $20. Be
aureand aave your coupons. They are t;
good sb gold coin.
For l ent, Bait MacWeral, Shad,
Holland, Labrador and Pacific berriug, salmon
toogua. and sounds, codlisb, anchovies,
smoked salmon halibut, bloaters, finnan bad
dies, W. STEPHENS, Mott market.
Wm. F. Brown,
Watchmaker, removed to 310 3. Sprlag, n 3rd
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 12, 1894.
THEY EAT TOO MUCH.
A NEW THEORY ABOUT THB
PREVALENT FISH DISEASE.
A San Basis Ventura Man Considers
That the Slokneaa of the Flail
Ie Uaaaed by Over
Mr. Frank Fazslo of San Buenaven
tura writes to the Hkk.m r> as follows re
garding the prevalent fish disease:
Having had the experience of a fish,
erman on this coast for about 20 years,
I notice the different theories in
reference to the great quantities of fish
dead aud dying along the beach irom
San Diego to Santa Barbara published
in the papers.
Having arrived at a conclusion of tbe
caoee, and wishing to eradicate tbe Terr
erroneous theoriee now being published,
I contribute my version and conclusions
of tbe cause* from my personal experi
ence aa a fisherman, trusting that you
publish the asms in order that my ver
sion mar be investigated and be of some
worth to the community.
The months of January and February
is tbe general spawning time of the
smelt, also of many other kinds ol
small fish, such as sea trout, etc., etc.
They spawn abundantly in great quan
tities all along the coast; more too, I
believe between San Diego and Santa
Barbara; when the weather is calm, the
spawn is so thick that it forms a web on
Tbe winter, although a cold one,
caused by tne long continuance oi the
northerly and westerly winds, the lack:
of our usual southerly storms and the
want of rain, etc., has made our coast
comparatively smooth aud still, en
abling the spawn to accumulate in
abundance along our coast and islands.
Had we had our usual storms from the
southeast with rain, one-half probably
of tbe spawn would have been destroyed
and we would not now bave to discuss
the dead fish problem. Tbe spawn is
the principal food of the sardines. At
this time, or period, the sardines are in
abundance along our coast, at present
glutting themselves on the spawn. Tbey
no gorge that tbey become listless and
inert, and are an easy prey to the smelt
aud sea trout, who, likewise, are glutted
witb the abundance tbat tbey in turn
become the easy prey of the "Barra
couda," "Flounder," rock cod and other
The larger fish are in abundance, be
cause by over-feeding and being close to
the shore they are gorged and filled, and
with but little power of exertion they
are carried by the swell and suri to the
shore, from which they cannot escape.
Tbe beach is the home of thousands
of parasites, wormy, etc. The parasite
finds entrance to the fish very quickly ;
enters through tbe eye, month or gills,
and consequently a fish, after remaining
on the beach dead an hour or two, con
tains more or less of the parasites or
There ie do aieknesa whatever in the
fish. They are all at present gorged to
such an excess by the abundance of
food that tbey drift listless and helpless
into the surf and not having sufficient
power of exertion are cast on the beach,
where they are attacked by tbe parasites
and worms; which has led to the very
erroneous version that they are diseaeed.
This season I caught a sea trout in
which 1 discovered a sardine which com
pletely tilled htm. Again I caught rock
fish, who, as a rule, do not feed on sar
dines, tho sardines being so much swift
er, when opened I found it filled to ex
cels with sardines.
Again there ia another illustration
proving tbe gluttony and gormandizing
capacity of fish. Many years ago I as
sisted in tbo hauling of a eeine to the
shore. In the seine we had caught a
porpoise, weighing about 500 pounds,
who seemed to be sick. He bad gorged
himself with tbe small fish and we took
from him 50 pounds of fish, two-thirds
perfectly fresh and whole. He bad
swallowed them entire and so filled him
self that he had no power to escape from
I feel assured my version ia correct.
If you open a fish lately cast on the
beach you will notice that he ia more
or less gorged. As for the seismic dis
turbance that cannot be; had such been
the case you would have heard of dead
fish floating in mid-channel.
The same is the case with the version
of the flowers of the kelp being poison for
them, the fish would be seen floating in
all directions from counter currents and
sounds. Again, there is an abundance
of kelp north of Santa Barbara to Point
Concepcion. Were it the kelp flowers the
fish north of Banta Barbara would be af
fected in the same manner, whereas
they are not so affected north of Santa
I am satisfied that on a thorough ex
amination and inspection my version
will find full credence among experi
enced fishermen and intelligent men.
SHOW WINDOWS SMASHED.
A Brick and a Blcyole Do Considerable
The large plate glass window of
Charles H. Hancs's drag store on North
Spring street was broken early yester
day morning by some one throwing a
brick through it.
About 2 o'clock yesterday morning
two young half-drunken youths ran a
bicycle against the window of Charles
H. Bush's jewelry atore at 318 North
Main street and smashed the window.
They were locked in the jail awhile, but
on the discovery that it waa an accident
they were released.
A Tweoty-Dollar Gift.
Read the great coupon offer in the
Herald today. The views in "Glimpses
of America" are well worth $20. Be
sure and save your coupons. They are
as good aa gold coin.
BY RAIL and BOAT
VIA SAN PEDRO.
The gem of the Pacific Coast Winter and Summer Re
sorts. Unsurpassed fishing, wild goat hunting, enchanting
scenery, perfect climate, excellent hotels. For dates and con
nections see Southern Pacific Company's and Terminal Railway
time-tables in this paper. All other information from
WILMINGTON TRANSPORTATION CO,
130 W. SECOND ST.* LOS ANQELE.S.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
TWO INI rCRESTING GAMES WHICH
Th» reatlandera Defeated by the Kjat
lng-s, end the Boyle Height
en Do tjp the re
el Be Clab.
Yesterday tha Keating ball club and
the Santa Ana club played an interest
ing game of ball at Athletic Park. The
Keatings won by a score ol IS to 11.
Following is the score:
AB. R. BH. SB. TO. A. X.
Smith, as 4 2 2 2 1 1 2
Hardin, If 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Franks, 2b 4 0 1 0 3 0 1
Peters, lb 4 0 2 O 4 O 1
O. Young, p 4 1 1 O O 3 O
O. Yonng, rf 4 2 0 O O 0 2
Melloxd.r 4 3 1 O 6 5 2
Shorty. 3b 4 2 4 O 2 1 2
Reea, cf 3 1 1 o 0 0 1
Totals. '. 3l 11 12 22410 11
A.B. B. B.H. S B. P.O. A. E.
Bowman, c 5 1 2 1 5 1 2
Bmiih.s. s 4 2 112 12
Boz, r 4 3 2 0 1 0 1
Van Horn, l.f 5 1 0 0 4 2 0
Cleveland, lb 4 3 1 O 13 0 o
Hart, p 4 3 2 2 0 2 0
Van BusElrk, 2 b 8 1110 2 1
Mcßaln, cf H I 1 1 0 O 0
Law heed, 3b 4 2 1 2 2 2 2
Totals 42 18 11 8 21 10 8
Bases on balls—H rt, 4; V >ung, 8.
Stiuck out -Hart. 5. Yeuug, 5.
Two-base bile— Young and Smith.
Three*base hits—Leu Cleveland.
Boyle Heterhts and Pacifies.
Yeeterday tbe Boyle Heights Stare
defeated the Pacifies,by a score of 7to 4.
Both clubs played with vim, and errors
were few and far between. The follow
ing in tbe official score:
BJYI.Z HEIGHTS STABS.
ATI. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E
Thomas, cf 5 0 12 10 0
Ward, 2b 5 1 1 O 2 0 1
Kutz, If 5 1 3 O O O 0
Chapman.c 4 1 2 O 7 2 0
Cummings, 3n 4 1 1 0 3 2 0
Smi.h, p 4 2 11 13 0
C. I homos, rf 4 o 1 0 0 O o
Bland, lb 4 1 10 0 1 1
Franca:, as 4 0 0 0 4 2 2
Totals. 30 7 11 3 27 10 4
A.B. R. B.H. S.B. P.O. A. E.
Sepulvela, cf 5 0 1110 0
Grotzsengei, c 5 1 0 O 4 O 0
Clauser, rf 5 0 0 O O 0 0
Tapner, 3r« 5 1 0 0 3 2 3
Carmona, lb 5 0 0 O 7 1 2
Ascevedo, ss 4 1 1 1 4 2 2
Lewis, 2b 4 1 1 O 3 3 0
Tylar, p 4 O 0 O O 2 0
Kodgen. If 4 0 1 1 2 0 0
Total 41 T T 3 24 10 7
SCOBE BY INNINGS.
1 2 3450780
Stars. 1 1401000 x-7
Pacifies 2000000 2 o—4
Siruck out—By smith, 9; by Tyler, 4.
Base on called balls—Sy -mlth, 6; by Tyler,3.
Umpire—Mr. J. w. Collins.
Scorei—T. B. Katz.
Horse blankets and lap robes, Foy'sold re
liable saddlery bouse. 315 N. Los Angeles
T Jnm 3nr-s is Effected
New York Specialists,
Now permanently located at Cor. Main and
Third Sta., (Over Wells-Fanto Express Co.)
Private eatranoe on Third St.,
The only Doctors ln Sou. California treating
Weaknesses 5 Diseases
Seminal Weakness, Premature Ejaculation,
Rlood Talntii. Bladder and Kidney Diseases,
Stricture and Gleet resulting from badly
treated Gonorrhoea quickly and permanently
You Need Not Pay Us a Cent Until
We Cure You.
CD CT CT I ° ur DOOk on tnc Canae and
l Ii Cs> EL S Treatment of Seminal dis
eases, together with rules of diet, exercise
and sleep, tor patients of this class.
Offlce Telephone, 1308. Residence, 729.
A Proposition for Labor on the Banta
Another move will be made bvquite a
number of citizens to get the board of
supervisors to do something for tbe un
employed. They intend to suggest to
the members of ths board that they now
have an opportunity to do some effective
work toward completing the long con
templated boulevard from this oity to
By making tbe same arrangement tbat
the city labor commission made, several
hundred laborers could be secured at a
$1 per day to go to work on this much
desired thoroughfare, and provide a
driveway tbat in time will undoubtedly
become one of the famous boulevards of
this county. Not only thia but work
will be given to a large number of needy
men. It is maintained by tbe advo
cates of thie proposition that the
residents of the ditTerent road districts
will heartily second the supervisors in
the expenditure of tbe road moneye for
thie purpose. While tbe people of Santa
Monica will warmly endorse the propo
ATTRACTIONS AT REDONDO.
The Leading Pleasure Resorts of the
Again we wonld call the attention of
eastern visitors and tourists to the great
attractions offered by the management
at the Redondo hotel. This house haa
every modern improvement in tbe way
of lighting, beating, hot and cold water
in every room, etc., while a chef presides
over tbe kitchen whose skill is probably
not surpassed by that of any other cul
inary artiet in the state. The Kaminer
meyer orchestra furnishes music for the
house, and every day at the dinner hour,
as in the music hall cr parlors of the
hotel in the evening, this famous band
delights tbe lovers of music with their
excellent performances. In the office
are always found polite attendants, ever
ieu.lv to do anything in their power to
renuor guests comfortable and their
stay at the Redondo pleasant. Pay a
visit to tbe chief shipping p >mt for Los
Angeles and Southern California and
enjoy the hospitality of its famous hotel
betore leaving tor your eastern homes.
A. A. Eckstrom. 309 8. Malrxat, la wuere you
want to co looking (or good wall paper at the
250 envelopes, 50c: rm writing pap°r, 25c
Lang-tadter, 214 W. Second, Hollenb«ck hotel.
*rW I DISPENSARY
Heminal wfrtknebs, impotency. etc.. Inducing
tome of the following »jmptoms, aa dizziness,
confuilon of idf»«, defective meiiiory*
aversion to society, blotches. emlmaßi,
exhaustions, varicocele* etc., are perma
nently cured. A cure guaranteed for $20.
UKfVAHV, XI ON KY ANI> HI.ADDER
gleet, stricture and all unnatural d scharges
arc quickly and perfectly cured for $20.
SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS
ca7n7!uguieerß7erupilons, swelling lv groins,
sore throat, falling hair and other aymptoma,
are removed, and all polaon permanently erad
Icated liom the system. A tare guaranteed for
advertising in this
&\ Ma you inside of 30days,
we Tvjii a ]]ow you on
an order for a Suit, $1.50; Coat aud Vest,
$1.00 ; Trousers, 50c.
SniTS or '? er sls. TROUSERS, $3° P
312 S. SPRING ST.,
Just Below Third.
SOMEf HING~~N E W.
Butcher and Pork-curer,
518 W. SEVENTH STREET,
Hereby Informs the publlo that he will open
on Friday, March 2d,
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET
With a select qna'lty of Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal, Poultry, Fish, Urn. and Bacon, Butter
Hoping to merit the patronage of the citizens
ol I.n« Angeles be cans attention to tbe fact
that he has bad an experience of thirty years
In the business, and win guarantee satisfaction
lo those wbo give bim a call. 3 1 7i
Made of water curl hair. Tbey are cool,
non-lrr'tant, stylish aud comfortable.
NO LACE 1 NO WIRE 1 NO NET 1
The only patent rang fit to wear; it don't get
out of soape, and give* satisfaction. Sold ouly
atthe IMPERIAL HAIR BAZAAR,
1-9 6m Under tne Hollenbeok, Second si
JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moun
tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter
CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop.
WM. M. TISDALE, Manager.
1 THE HOLLENBECK
Best Appointed Hotel in
. American anil Ktiropeau Flans).
A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
10-7-6 m PROPKIKTOR^
THE ADVANTAGES OF GA3MFUEL
Saving of Labor.
Economy (Costs Less Than Coal).
Prompt and Efficient Work.
Breakfast in Twenty Minutes.
Dinner in Proportion.
No Fuel or Ashes to Handle.
Your help will be glad to use gas economically rather than
have the care of a coal stove or brave the dangers of gasoline.
Call and see a gas stove in actual operation.
LOS ANGELES LIGHTING COMPANY,
457 BQUTH BROADWAY. 311 m
WINE MERCHANT, 38.
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UNION OIL COMPANY
Is prepared to furnish Liquid Fnel cheaper than any other
fuel mild in California. It also manufactures Pure Asphalts
and a line of line Lubrieauts. ALU MOM X PRODUCTS.
MAIN OFFICE, - - - - SANTA PAULA, CAL
dranciivr- (loa Ano nuts, 135 East Second street Tel. 1174.
li. I. >3a" Fbancimco, '.104 California fctrcei. Tel. SMIII.
IMPORTING GROCER, 136-138 N. Spring