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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Mnamclad. EXCHANGE review. Nsw York, June s.—The stock market today wsemed to have fully digested the Rock Island dividend affair, but renewed gold engagements were against it, and the promises of an advance shown last evening and during early trading this morning were not fulfilled. Influence, however, was, as usual of late, exerted in the direction of a depression of trading rather than by the depression of prices, though the result ant dullness offered the usual opportunity for professional hammering of a few loading stocks and specialties, industrials attracted consider able attention, especially theCblcago sugar and whisky trust. Tho market closed firm and fairly active for the leading Bhares, at insignificant changes. Chicago gas advanced 2% and Wa bash preferred 1 pereent.butotherfinalchanges are of no Importance. Government bonds steady. MONEY UUOTATIONS. New York, June s—Money on call easy; closed offered at 3 per cent Prime mercantile paper, s'A@7 per cent Sterling Exchange — Quiet, easier; 60-day Mils, $4.84; demand $4.88. LONDON. June 5, 4 p. m.—Closing consols, money, 95 11-16: do account, 95>4; U. S. 4s, $121*: do $102. Money-2H per cent. BAR SILVER New York, June 5 —Bar silver, per oz. 97^0. London, June 5. —Bar silver, 44% d. per ounce San Francisco, June s.—Bar silver, 90>i@ 97c per ounce. .. San Francisco, June s.—Mexican dollars, 77(tt)77^C. STOCKS AND BONDS. New York, June S —Closing quotations: 0. 8. 4s. reß.ll9 N. W. Preferred..l 33 O. 8. 4s. c0up...120 N. Y. Central ... 99W O. 8. 4Wb. Reg ...100 Oregon Imp't 27>^ O. 8. 4«b. coup. .100 Navigation 71 Pacific Bs •» Oregon Short Line 25 Atchison 30% N. American 14T H American Ex 15 Pacific Mail 35!* Canada Pacific... Reading 3112 Canada Sou 49 Rio GrandeWst'n. 38*4 Central Pacific... 30V< Preferred 67 Burlington 86% Do. firsts 76% Laesawanna 36V 4 Rock Island 71W Denver A Rio Gr. 55!* St. Paul OS}* Erie 19% St. Paul A Omaha 23 Kan. A Texas.... 14% Terminal 15Ji Lake Shore 109 Texas Pacific 13^ L. A N 74% Union Pacific • 44? c Mich. Central.... 90% U. 8. Express. .. 52 Mi6fouri Pacific. 87*. Wells,FargoACo.l4o Northern Pacific. Western Union... 80% N. P. Preferred.. 69k Am. Cotton 0i1... Mii Northwestern 108% Boston June s.—Closing prices: A. AT. R. R 30%|Uex. Cent. Com. 19 Burl. AQuincy... 86 ,',; [San Diego 18>£ MINING SHARES. New York, June s.—Mining shares were as folipws: Alice I.AC Occidental 1.00 Atchison 1.50 Sutter Creek... 1.10 Adamscon 1.85 Gould A Curry.. 2.00 Eureka. Con.. .. 3.50 Hale A Norcross 2.05 ABpeu 2.00 Homestake 9.50 Bodle ~ 1.00 Horn Silver 3.30 Belle Iblc 1.30 Iron .silver 1.00 Best A Belcher. 5.00 Mexlean 3.00 Belcher 2.00 Mount Diablo. 2.00 Caledonia B. H. 1.05 Ontario 38.00 Chollar 2.40 Ophlr 5.00 Colorado Con... 1.00 Phoenix 8.80 Commonwealth. 1.00 Plymouth 2.25 Con. Calif. Va.,..10.00 Savage 2.05 Crown Point ... 1.75 Sierra Nev 1.90 Headword I.JO Standard 1.00 Fotosl 4.25 Union Con 2.10 Eureka 3.50 Yellow Jacket.. 2.50 N.Commonw'lth 1.25 N. Belle Isle. .. 1.00 San Francisco, June s*.—Following are the closing prices: Belcher 1.80 Peerless..' 10 Best & Belcher. 4.15 Potosl 4.60 Ohollar 255 Ophir b.12% Crocker 10 Savage 2.10 Con. Virginia... Sierra Nevada... 1.95 Confidence 5.00 Union Con 2.20 Gould A Curry.. 2.15 Yellow Jacket.. 2.40 Hale A Norcross 2.20 Alpha 80 Locomotive . .. .05 Andes 4.30 Peer 05 Con. Imperial.. .10 San Francisco Market Review. BAM Francisco. June A.—The cereal markets were quiet this morning, and prices unchanged. Wheat Is very dull, .as there is very little de mand for either shipping or milling purposes. Barley is quiet, and quotations weak and lower. Corn steadier. The price of ground barley was reduced ?l per ton this morning, owing to the , decline in whole stock. Deans are quiet, except for choice pinks and small white. Receipts of summer fruits have been quite liberal during the past few days. Business this morning was brisker, owing to the retailers taking in their stock for the Sunday trade. Cherries are plentiful, and red currants cheap er. Strawberries are looking well, and in fair demand. California eggs are in good demand, and firm at slightly advanced quotations. Butler is com ing in steadily, and prices remain unchanged. Receipts of new potatoes from the Warm Springs district are on the decline, while those of eaily rose from the Sacramento river are in creasing. Onions are quiet a-id weak. String beans are quite firm. Grten peas weak and plentiful. San Francisco, June 5.— Apples: $1.75@ $2.00 per box for common to good: $1;email@example.com choice. Barley—No. 1 feed. $1.45351.52!,,; brewing, $1.00(31.05; ground, $1.31(332. Corn—Large yellow, $1.72J4@1.75; small yel low, *1.77Vj@1.H0; white.s/.10®2.20 percntl. Bran—l 4 50(315.00 per ton. Oats—sl.B2H®L»s. Wheat-Milling, $1.80®1.82H: No. 1 ship ping, 1.70(31.72!^. Flour—Family extras, $5. firstname.lastname@example.org; Superfine, $email@example.com. Buuer—Fair to choice 18@22. Eggs—California ranch, 20@24c. Lemons—Sicily |«.SO®*7.oo; Riverside, $3.00 f<t4.oo; Los Angeles, $2.00(32.50 Limes— Mexican, *4.00®5.00; California, 50 @95c for small andt1.50(31.75 for large boxes. Oranges—Riverside navels, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Vac avillc, 50c. per small box; Riverside seed lings, 11.25(31.50; Mandarin, 25®50c , per box; Los Angeles seedlings, email@example.com; nay- I els, $2.2533.00. t Raisins—l-ondon layers, $1.25@51 50; three crown, loose, 85@$1.00; two crown, do, 05370 c. Grapes— %i lb for stemmed, and IU 4 2Uc for unstemmed. Apricots—firstname.lastname@example.org per box for Pringles; 11.60tjp1.75 for Royal. Peacheß—s2.oo per box. Cherry Plums— $1.25(31.50 per box. Green apples—soc per box. Raspberries—so 0030.85 per drawer. Currants—ss(3o per chest. Gooseberries- 2Jt,(33c tb for common, and 4(tt(>c for English. Cherries—4o@ooc per box for white; 40e@ $0.00 for black. Strawberries—so(3*9.oo per chest for Sharp less; $9.00311 00 tor Longworths. Cranberries—l2@l3c per ponnd. Honov—Whitecomb, 11@15; amber, B@lo. Bananas—email@example.com per bunch. Pineapples—s4.oo@Js.oo per doz. Onions—Red, $1.80@$2.10; silverskins, $3 50 (34 25. Green peas— 36@40c persack for common, and 75(3i»5c for sweet. String beans—3@4c ~$ lb; wax beans, 4f35c; refugee beans, ti(37c. Pepper—Green, 20325 c. Potatoes-New, lK@2Kc X- "">: «"«■ OOC@I.OO *Bweet Potatoes—firstname.lastname@example.org. Tomatoes—Los Angeles. $email@example.com pcrbox. Kgg plant, 2D@3oc per lb. Cucunibers-50«3$1.00perbox. Summer Squash—7s3sl,2s per box for Win ters and $1.50@2-00 for bay. Marrowfat squash—s2s33o per ton. Asparagus—firstname.lastname@example.org per box for ordinary, 91 50(32.00 for choice to fancy. Rhubarb~so email@example.com per box. Turnips—7sc per cental. Beets—sl per sack. Carrots—Feed, 50@75c. Parsnips—sl.2s per cental. Cabbage—4o3ooc. Garlic—3;asc $ lt> for Italian, and 10®12>*o for California. Dry Peppers—ls(32oc » lb. Dry Okr|— 20®26c $ lb. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, June 5.-Wheat quiet. The open ing for July was %®\4c lower than yesterday's closing, and declined %c more, then advanced ! .Jr. eased off and declined lc, and closed about %o lower than yesterday. June and cash wifeat closed about ?»c lower than yesterday. Receipts, 458,000 bushels; shipments, 300, --000 bushels. Chicago, June s.—Close: Wheat, ea'y; Cash, $1.00@$1.01%; July, $o.oß@o 98>..£. Corn-Steady; cash, 59@59)4; July, 583 58«. Oats—Firm: cash, 45; July, 44C-/344U. Rye-Quiet; 80@84. Barley-Steady, 75@76c. » OTHRB GRAIN MARKETS. Ban Francisco, June s.—Wheat heavy: buyer season. $1.70; buyer, 91, $1.50; sel ler, '91, $I.5aK. Barley-Heavy; buyer, season, $1.60; buy er, '91, after August Ist, $1.10%; seller, '91, $1.08. Corn-1.77J402.20. Liverpool, June s.—Wheat: Demand fair. Kansas winter hard, Ms 5d percental, steady. Com—Demand fair for spot and good for fu tures. Spot, 5s 2>4d per cental, steady; June, 5« 2d, steady; July, 553!4d, steady; August, 5s 3->4d, steady. Wool. New York, June 5.—W00l quiet, steady; domestic fleece, 32@37c Boston, June 5 —Territory wools, steady de mand. Fine selling on scoured basis at 026565<:; fine medium, 6(Xso2c; medium. &59&7 C New California wool sold at 18@21c, as to quality. Petroleum. New Yoke, June 5. — Petroleum: July cloned at 68%. General Market!. N»w York, June s.—Hops: Steady; Pacific coast. 25&32 U. Coffee—Options closed barely steady, 20 to 85 points down. Sales. 53.750 hags. June, |10.80(kl0 90; July, $16.45(51fi.7G; August, $16.00tf«16.20; September, $15.40®15.50; Oc tober. Spot Rio lower; lair car goes, 19c: No. 7, c. Sugar—Raw quiet, firm; fair refining, 3c; centrifugals, 96 test, 3!4c; Muscovado, 89 test, 3%c; refined quiet, 3%@4c; powdered, t%c; granulated, V/ifi.; cubes, S%. Copper—Steady: lake. 12.90. Lead— Firm. Domestic. $4 50. Tln-Ouiet Btraits. 120.80. Chicago, June s.—Pork: Fteady; cash, *10.50iai0.55U; June, firstname.lastname@example.org. July, 65. Lard-Steady: cash. 16.1596.20: June, 16.00 @«30. July, $« 27%. Bhoulders—»s.oo(i?o.lO. Shoit clear—s6.2s?fflso.3s. Short rib5—15.85(35.90 Chicago, June 5 —Whiskey—sl.l6. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. The following report is corrected daily: Flour—L. A. XXXX, patent roller, asked, $5.60, Capitol Mills, patent roller, asked, $5.60; Crown, $5.90; Sperry, $5.00; Snowflake flour, $5.90. MillFeed—Cracked corn, asked, $1.50; Crack ed corn by the sack, $1.50; Rolled barley, asked $1.60; $1.50; Mixed Feed, corn $1.70 per 100lbs: feed meal, $1.40; bran, $24 per t.; barley, $1.40: wheat, No. 1. $1.80; No. 2, $1.10: shorts, $1.20. small hominy, $4. Hay—Barley. W. B , No. 1, asked, $12.50; Barleynß. R., No. I,asked $11.00; Alfalfa, R. 8., $11.00: Alfalfa, W. 8,512t0513; Wheat, R. 8.112,00, W. B , $12.00; Oat, W. 8., $11.00. Potatoes—New potatoes, $0.60; Early Rose, L. A., asked. $1.00 to $1.25. Greek Fruits-Bananas, $2.50 to $3 00 per bunch; Strawberries, 15c; Lemons. 12.00 to $2.50 a box; Apples, $1.75 to $2.25, Green Prunes, 10 to li&c. Butter.—Fancy roll, per roll, 42'ic; Choice roll, per roll, asked, 40c; Fair, roll, per roll asked. 37% c. Cheese—Large, asked, lie; Small, asked, lie; Small, 3d hand, asked. 14c; Eastern cneese, 15c. Eoos.—Fresh, 19c. Poultry. — Hens, No. 1, per dozen, $4.50 9 $5.00; old roosters, per dozen, asked $3.50 to $t.2s:young roosters, per dozen, bid $6.00, asked $6.50; broilers, large, per dozen, $3.50 to ; broilers, small, per doz en, $2.75 to ; turkeys, per pound, 15c; ducks, large. per dozen, bid $5.00, asked $6.O0: ducks, small, per dozen, bid $5.50 asked $6.00; geese, each, bid 90c, asked $1.25. lavs Stock.—Live hogs, bid , «sked $4.25. Honey.—Extracted, bid , asked 6c; am ber, bid . asked 5Uc; comb, bid —, asked beeswax, bid , asked 22% c. Onions—6c per pound, new, $1.00 per ctl.; Yellow Northern.Sc; Local White, per ctl. Vegetables (mixed).—Chiles, string of 5J^ lbs, bid , asked $1.00; garlic, bid , asked 7%c; cabbage, per 100. bid , asked 60c; green peas, 3^c. Beans and Dried Peas. —Pink. No. 1, bid , asked $2.75; pink, No. 1, weavely, bid , asked 2 25; bayous, bid , asked $4.00; Lima, bid , asked $4 00: Lima. small, bid , asked $3.50; black eye, bid , asked $5 00; Garavancos. bid asked $3.50; Green Faile peas, bid asked - — ; Navy, bid , asked $3.30: job lots, No. 1. bid . asked $3.00: job lots, No. 2 bid , asked ; lentils, 9c. Raisins.—Layers, asked $1.50; ex-London la\ers, new, $2,00; loose muscatels,sl. 35; blue raisins, sc; dried grapes, 4c. Oats.—Surprise, bid, , asked, $2.25; feed, No. 1, bid, , asked, $2 15; feed, No. 2, bid, , asked $2.00. Barley.—Feed, No. 1, new bid, $1 17, asked, $1.25. CORN.—Large yellow, carload, lots, bid, $1.17 V, asked, $1.25; Egyptian, bid, , ask ed, $1.50: small yellow, carload lots, bid, $1.17.,, asked, $1.50. Dried Fruits.—Peaches, S. D. No. 1, bidj , asked. $0.10; peaches, 8. o. No. 2, bid., , asked, 6SsBo; Peaches, S. D. peeled bid, , asked. $0.25: Pitted Plums bid, $0.11, asked, $0.14; pitted Plums, evaporated, bid, , asked, $018; blackberries, bid, , asked, $0.15; prunes, California French, bid, •, asked, 8@12%c; apricots, bid. • asked, $12@20; Apples, evaporated, Sun dried, 9c; Hunt's Alden, 13e Nuts.—Walnuts, new, $0.08; peanuts, Cal ifornia No. 1, $0.5; peanuts, Eastern, $0.8; almonds, 8. S., $0.10: Almonds. H 5.,50.09; Peanuts, N0.2, 4c. Apples.—Evaporated, asked, $0 12; Uunts's Alden, $0.14; sun dried, $0.10; sun dried, quartered, $4.08. Sacks—Calcutta spot, 1801, 8c: potato sacks, 5Hc. Wholesale Meat Market. [Corrected daily by S. Maier, 149 North Spring street.] a. Frksh Meats—Following are the rates for whole carcasres from slaugterers to dealers: Beef—First quality, sc; second quality, 4to i\ic; third quality, 4 to 4}£c per lb. Veal—Quotable at 0 to 7c for large and 8 to 9c: per lb. for small. Mutton—-Quotable at 0(317 c per lb • I. a mo—Quotable at 9 to 10c per lb. Pork —Live hogs on foot, grain fed, medium, V/, to sc; dressed, 0 to 7c per lb. Wool -Spring clip, Hams—Rex, 13U; Crown, 14%; lily, 14%. BACON-jßex, 11%; Crown, 12%; Lily, 12%. Lard—Refined 3s, 8%; ss, 8U; 10s, B'4: 50s. B!4; tierces, 8c: pure leaf, higher all around. Dried Beef Hams—l3c. Balt Pork—loc. MARINE NEWS. San Pedro, June 5,1891. arrived. June 4.—Steamer Eureka, Smith, from San Francisco and way, passengers and mer chandise, to 8. P. Co. f June s.—Steamer Eureka, Smith, from New pert, passengers and merchandise, to S. P. Co. SAILED. June 4 —Steamer Eureka, Smith, to Newport, passengers and merchandise, to P. C. 8 S. Co. June s.—Steamer Eureka, Smith, to San Fran cisco and way, passengers and lOtonß merchan dise, to P.C. S. 8. Co. DUE TO ARRIVE. June o.—Steamer Pomona, Hall, from San Francisco, passengers and merchandise to 8. P. Co. June B.—Steamer Pomona, Hall, from San Diego, passengers and merchandise to S. P. Co. American bark Enoch Talbot, ritannard, from Sidney, coal to 8. P. Co. June B—Steamer Coos Bay, Leland. from San Francisco and way, passengers and merchan dise to 8. P. Co. OVERDUE. American shin W. A. Campbell, Havener, from Sidney, coal to 8. P. Co.; 100 days out. DUE TO SAIL. June 0 —Steamer Pomona, Hall, to San Diego, passengers and merchandise to P; C. 8. 8. Co. June S. —Steamer Pomona, Hall. San Francis co, passengers and merchandise to P. C.B. 8. Co. June B—Steamer Coos Bay, Leland, to New port, passengers and merchandise to P. C. 8. 6. Co. TIDES JUNK 5. High water, 9.44 a. m., 8.45 p. m. Low water, 3.10 a. m.. 2.51 p. m. A Mystery Explained. The papers contain frequent notices of rich, pretty and educated girls eloping with negroes, tramps and coachmen. The well-known spe cialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all such girls are more or less hysterical, nervous, very Im pulsive, unbalanced; usually subject to head ache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, immoderate cry* ing or laughing. These show a weak nervous system for which there is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine. Trial bottles and a fine book, containing many marvelous cures, free st all druggists, who also sell, and guar antee. Dr. Miles' celebrated New Heart C ure, the finest of bfcart tonics. Cures fluttering, short breath,etc. Prof. D. Morgeustern, Chiropodist and Manicure, Late of New York. And Denver, Colorado, has taken rooms at Ham mam Baths, 230 South Main street, upstairs. Oftlce hours from 9 to 4 p. m. Calls by appoint ment. Telephone, 374. SPECIAL NOTICE. IF YOU WISH TO SELL OE BUY Second-hand Furniture, CARPETS OR STOVES, Be sure and give me a call. I have a complete line of goods, and will sell CHEAP for cash or Installments. Will rent baby buggies by day or week. I. T. MARTIN, 4f>l S. SPRING ST. LOCK BOX 1921. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, .JUNE 6, 1891. -Jflfr to PUSHED! ' g I' FORCED! I D < |jj We need MONEY! Have lots of GOODS! !j BUT NO COIN! 5 WE START A GREAT 0 > C < Money Producing Sale! I On MONDAY, JUNE THE BTH. $10,000 ~~ worth of ffi < J> W DRY GOODS T (D —AND I" \z FANCY GOODS > 0 H Must be converted into 1 CASH! CASH! CASH! I Q_ MIfeHTY QUICK, TOO. ro z *dJ7ne6i/rchf I 0 309-311 S. SPRING. «/ I 0) See Sunday's Herald and Monday's Express. ' S.I Iff N' <S S 1 " ••-• • • t • 1 oooA«jocu* , ■ a o o go o .Mmmmm^ct^ Unquestionably the Most Elegant Resort on the Coast. House supplied with every convenience known to modern hotels. Beautiful ball room! Pas senger elevators! Incandescent lights In every room. —SHOT AND COLD SALT BATHSi;- Pavilion on beach (a la carte) where will be served at all limes the Finest Fish Dinners, Clam Chowder, Terrapin Stews, etc. The cuisine will be the feature of the house. ' COWLEY & BAKER, Proprietory. ' 6-5 I m WALLPAPER. The Largest and Finest Stock of Wall Paper in the City at the Most Reasonable Prices. SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED. -280,000 FEETi(~ Of Elegant New Embossed Gilt Moulding at 5c a foot, at W. B. STEWART'S, 238 SOUTH SPRING STREET, 5-10-to je 1 Nearly opposite New Los Angeles Theater. Before using the Anti-Vermin Celebrated and Successfully A^t^r^s^^t^^^ - „ „ . Tried Vermin and Moth and Moth Remedy. Remedy ANTI-VERMIN AND MOTH REMEDY CTP" By putting this powder under the edges of carpets, I guarantee that there will be no Moths. It has the same effect/if used for upholstered furniture, woolen goods, wearing ap parel, etc - . Address all communications to JOSEPH MEHLER, San Bernardino, Cal., Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast. For sale by C. F. HEINZEMAN. 222 N. Main St.; C. H. HANCE, 177 and 179 N. Spring st.; F. J. GIESE. 103 N. Main St., aud all leading druggists. 5-1 tf C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist & Chemist Mo. 22» N. Main St.. Lot Angeles, Cal, Prescriptions carefully comniiiaaed day and nigat- mil-U Naud's Warehouse, GRAIN, WOOL, —AMD- General Merchandise Warehouse. ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL. 8U.2-U AMCBBMKNTB. NOVELTY * TH EA T E R . fc- Chas. A. Dovlk, Manager. North Main, near First Street. "THE FAMILY THEATEK OF LOS ANGELES." WEIEIK c ? m^a e t n u JUNE! c. | Guthrie's succeisful and hilarious Farce-Comedy, LOVE IN A. BAKERY ! Efficient Company, Appropriate Wardrobe and Accessories. ALSO AN OLIO OF CLEVER SPECIALTIES. ADMISSION, lOn arid 20c. :-: CURTAIN at 8:115 F». M Matinees Paturday lind Sunday Ht 2 YOU M ARY TKSTI.MOMALS I — given to — DR. WOH! The Eminent Chinese Physician: Dr. Woh's life work has been from early youth one of persistent and untiring observation, study and investigation, as fully aa lay in his power to perfect him self in all branches of the art of healing human sickness and disease. Born in China, of influential parents, of a family whose ancestors have been for genera tions deservingly renowned as leading physicians, Dr. Woh naturally f .[lowed in the footsteps of his fathers. In China he has practiced his proieficion for several years, being at one time a physician in the Imperial Hospital, and in America for a long time his great number of patients, his wonderful and many cures, and the great list of letters from grateful and thankful patrons now prove him to be a remarkable and successful healer of sickness and all diseases. . . . , I Dr. Woh was recommended to me by a friend. For many years I have been troubled with | j had been troubled for years with indigestion, lung disease, which finally ended in asthma j eaus i„g fearful headaches and vertigo, making and consumption. my life one of misery. I tried and paid the I consulted with the best physicians I could j be^t physicians without relief. Finally, to find, but they did me no benefit, but on the please my friend, I visited Dr. Woh at his of contrary I got worse and worse, until I was told nee , an d he advised with me and gave me by one of them I could not recover. Dr. Woh mea t C i neß . This was but six weeks ago To took me in thiß condition. Be has in two aay i can gladly and sinoerely say that he has monthß' time entirely cured me. I most ent j re i y cured me. ■. cordially recommend him to all sufferers. * CHARLES HEILMANN, „„,.„ MRS. F. WKBBEL, April 31,1891. 331 Court St., L. A., Cal 325 Boyd St., Los Angeles, Cal. \ May Ist, 1891. I have tried many doctors for heart disease, For eight months past my wife was a great but have derived no benefit until Dr. Woh, the sufferer from female troubles. For days at a Chinese physician, of Los Angeles city, pre timeher pain was so severe that no r«st could scribed for me. she obtain or sleep at night. Unwillingly I Two months ago I began his treatment, and I forced her to visit Dr. Woh, the Chinese physi- can now certify that he has done me great clan. The doctor undertook to cure her, and good. I recommend Dr. Woh to my friends at now with grateful hearts we confess to a com- an able doctor. plete recovery in her case. t, ■ P, , E : KING, J. F. BURDICK, Justice of the Peace, February 0.1891. Riverside, Cal. May 4, 1891. Burbank. Cal. Dr. Woh has hundreds of similar testimonials, but space alone prevents further publication of them here. Dr. Woh is the oldest and* best-known Chinese Physician in Southern California. His many cures have been remarkable, involving Female Troubles, Tumors and every form of disease. All communications will be regarded as strictly confidential. Free consultation to every one, and all aro cordially Invited to call upon Dr. Woh at his office, 227 SOUTH MAIN STREET, 4-5-su-tu-th-sa Between Second and Third streets, Los Angeles, Cal. TROY LATJNDRYT Works, !Til, 573 and 575 North Mail Street. Telephone No. 41! MAIN OFFICE, UNDER LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, FIRST AND SPRING STREET! 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