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men iNQB REVIEW. N« « fiiKK. Sept. 30.—The stock market today opened fi-m, with an attempt of the bears to kiep up ye-terday's downward movement. The attempt failed, the flrßt prices being'/« *'A (•* oent be tcr than last n ght's close. Th 3 market closed quiet at about fir-t prices, with Missouri Pacific down 2Hc and slight fractional loss in Union Pacific. Government bonds steady. dONSY CKliirifH'Nß. Nbw Vobk. Sept. 30 -Money on call easy; c'.oeed offered at 0 per cent Prime mercauti.e paper. Z%s7 0 ? 0 . 1 - „,,,„ Sterling Biahimre-Steajy; do-day oillß 14.M). demand $4>B. London. Sept. 30, 4 p. m.-Oloslne consols, money, 95%: do aecouut, 94,,,: U. c. 4 , U2'i«; do 4*s. *103!, i. Money-2 par coat. DAB SILVER. Nnw VoaK, Sep:. 30-Bar silver, per os. 97.„<: London, Sept. 30-Bar silver. 44% 1 per Ounce 84* Francisco, Sept. 30.—Bar silver, 97% per ounce San Francisco, Sept 30 —Mexican dollars. 77*®77>..0. STOCKS AND BONDS. New V'iRK. Se?t. 33.-Closing quotations were as follows: 0 S 4s. Reg 110 N W. Preferred. .137^ U.S. 4s. coup.. 117 N. Y. Central.... 101 0 B. 2j. Reg ... 99 » Oregon Imp'l 23 0. S. 4lis. coup.. Navigation .... 7a Pacific lis 110 i-i Oregon Short Line 2ft Atchison 43H N. American 19% American Xx 17 Pscido Mail 3<i! A Oanada Pacific... 89 Reading 40% CanodaSou 5sW RiotjraudeWst'n. 41 Central Pacific... i'-i Preferred 74 Burlington 96% Do. firsts 7tt Lacrawanna 424; Rock Island 82% Denver AR.G.pfd 49*4 St. Paul 74?^. Brie 29 i St. Paul & Omahu 35 Kan. A Texas ... 17ft Terminal IHX Lake Shore. 124* Texas Pacific 14% L. A N 79H Union Pacific.... 40% Mich. Central ...10l?» If, 8. Express... 38 Missouri Pacific.. 00 Wells, Fargo ACo 140 I Northern Pacific, asu Western Union... 82'/ 4 ' N P. Preferred. 70% Am. Cotton 0i1... I Northwestern. . 115 Boston, Sept. 30 -Closing prices: A. AT. R R ... 433i|Mex Cent. Com. 22% Burl. AQuincy.. Diego 18J.<, MINING SHARES. Nbw Yobs. Sept. 30.—Mining shares were as follows: Alice 1.80 Occidental 1.00 American Coal. .75 SutterCroek.... I.JO Adamscon.... 200 lould A Curry.. 1.50 Eureka Con. .. 209 lale A Norcross l.bO Aspen 3.00 10.50 Bodie 1.00 lorn Silver..... 835 Belle Isle 1.30 tron Silver 1.20 Best A Belcher. 3.20 Mexican 2.5il Belcher 1.00 vlounl Diablo.. 2.25 Caledonia B. H. 1.05 Ontario 38.00 Chollar ... 1.50 Ophir 3.50 Colorado Cen... 1.50 Phcßiiix S.«O Commonwealth. 1.0-1 Plymouth 1.(5 Con. Calif. Va.,.. 5.50 -lavage 250 Crown Point . 1.50 sierra Nev 2.40 Deadwond ..190 slandard 1.30 Potosi 9.50 Union Con 200 Eureka ... 270 Yellow Jacket.. 1.00 AmericmFlag.. 1.75 Fatherbesmes.. .25 San Francisco. Sept. 30.—Following are tlie Closing prices: Belcher. .. 1.45 "eerless 05 Best A Belcher. 2.75 Potosi "7» Chollar 135 Ophir 3.00 Crocker 05 lavage 2.*U Con. Virginia... 5.00 Sierra Nevada... 2.6» Confidence 30> Union Con 2.20 Gould A Curry.. 170 Yellow jacket.. 1.05 Hale A Norcross 1.55 Mexican 2io Locomotive ... .05 Andes 4.30 Peer 05 Con. Imperial.. .10 San Francisco Market Review. (UN FttANCiBCO, 30.—The produce mar ket is quiet, showing very few changes. Wheat steady with fair export demand. Barley firm and moderntely active; choice bright stock sold at il.o-% per cental. Oats continue very Aim. Com stl 1 very dull Beans very dull, there be ing no export demand whatever. The vegetable market is fairly steady, with moderate, demai d. Potatoes are lower and dull. Onions firm. Tomatoes still plentiful, with light receipts. Table grup 3 are plentiful and weak, with better prices for wine grapes. Choice varieties of pcache» and pears bring good prices. In aany produce the market is weak for but ter of nil grades. Choice ranch eggs are scarce and firm ban SB/iNCisoo. Bept. 30.—Wheat: Milling SI 70*1.7 ; No. 1 shipplug. 220.127.116.11. Barley—No. 1 feed. «1. brewing, fl. 15.gi1.i0: ground, tl 3U032. Oats—Surprise,?l .35fgU.42><C percental; mil ling, tl-45tg1l 50; good to choice feed, tl 27% @1.3>; fair, tl.oufjyl.lo; gray, $1.25jv130. Com—Large yellow, tl 3<i®1.40; small yel low, t1.4 ■'®1.45. white, tl 41X3)1.50 pur cenlal. Bran—l 4 50(gU5.00 per ton. Hay—Wheat, #13(9t15; out, *13.0(>@14.0 i; clover, tA.a.i(rt)f 11.50; wild oats, 12^13.25; bar ley, 12<gU5; alfalfa, firstname.lastname@example.org. Kiour— family extras, *5. 10.555.25; Superfine $3.65@W.85 lemons--.-liclly t7.50(»58 00; Callfornia,S4.oo 05 Oo for choice; 51.5 •fii'J 50 for common. uiiaes—M exican, ( 4 0 '<a,6 OO; Caliloruia, 50 @95c for small andt1.5iM41.75 for <arge boxes. Oranges—Tahiti, 00 per box. Raisins—Layers, future delivery, t .50 per box; Muscatels 510"@1.25 Spot prlce>>: Lay era, fancy, Jl.do; choice, t1.40; fair to good. 9dc**l.l2,wiili usual advance for fractional boxes: loose Muscatels, 75@90e per box; 4c lb. for aeks. Diied grapes— 2%@lv. V> tb for stemmed, and V/, vi%v. fur unstemmed. Butter—Fair to choice 30'<J32Uc 10. Kgg»—California ranch. 35g«7^i. Apricots—Bleached, s©Bo per lb.; do. sun dried, 3@lc. Peach s—Peeled, evaporate, per lb; ■uu-diied, 3@lc; bl-aihed, s(aoc. Apples—Evaporated, 6;ft6}£c; sliced, 4®sc; quartered, ,)~ P.ums—Pitted, s@y<ic; unpltted, 2@3c Prunes—4,'^j@s>^c. Pears—Uvaporated, o@7c: sliced, 4@sc; quar tered, 3f<s4c. Nocianues—Red, 3(g!4c: white, s®Bc. Flgtr— Pressed. d&i\c; uitpro«><M, 3£4 c. Grapes— 15(ai3ue per box for sweeiwuier. 20e. <2535 c for Muscat; io(a)3sc for black; I'ukay, 35 (jpioc: subeila, aOojOje, wine grapes, te> la uOper ton. Wateruielouß—|4!S(J per 100. Cantaloupes—soe a,? I.OU per crate. Figs— perbjx. Peaches- ibadoa per per basket; Choice clings, li.,@2c per pound. Plums—3og,soc per box Apples—'Jielfliil.oo per box. Quinces—iOusoc per bux. Crab apples—email@example.com per box. Black b. men—t4 O0(n5.00 per chest. Pears—3jctgisl per box, Uaridelts, '<g, Tb. Strawberries—Ss.oO©7.oo per chest for Sharp- Cape Cod cranberries—flO.OO@H-00 per bbl. Houev—ft uitecomb, ilctyls; auiuer, oe^lo. Bauanas-52.00d9t2.5u per bunch. Pineapples—*4 per doz. Onion"—otxaiioc. Lima beans— per lb. Green uara-25(<450e per box. Ureen coru— per box for common: 22J4@25c per doz. for bay Cucumbers—idm)3oc per box for large; pick ling, 35tt>boc Gree peppers—3o@3sc per box for Chile; 401 50 fur Bell. Tomatoes—Vacaville, 10@25c pur bos; river, 20<a)3Sc. Potatoes— Garnet '"hi es, 50va50e W too; ea'ly rose, 30@35i; peerlws, 40@20c: Burb .n.s, 30 @50c for iver, and 7nc<n*i <h> for Salinas, Sweet Poiatous—73«oiSl 20. Egg plant, 4Ue@so per box. Summer Suuash—3s.gsoc per box for Win ters and 35(&50c for bay. Manowlatsiiuash—»7 per ton. Rhubarb-4oc®l.lio pel box. Turnips—so®7sc per cental. Beeut—tl per sack. Carrots—i'eed, 50<a75c. Parsnips—t-J.50 per cental. Cbbaga—4o o>soe. Garlic—3 it4c f< lb for Italian, and s®ec for California. Dry okra—2o@2sc lb Peppers—Green, d(g>lOe ft ft; dry,ls®2oc. Chicago Grain Market. ~ ' ~'" ~ Chicago, Sept. 3U-Wbeal open d stronger aad primes %<g>lc higher; bnt woakened and prices declined irreiiulHrly V/,c It .m the out side prices readied: then ruled steadier aud the cloi-ing was abou %c lower 'han ye terday. Receipts, 1,508,000 bushels; shipments, 833,000 bushels. OmcA.io, wept. 30. — Cinee: Wheat, steady. Okj.ii. October, 93«.e; December, 97®97'/,«' ' •iru-Firm: cash, 51% c: October, 52% c; May, Oats-Steady: May, 3oJ<|c itye- Quiet, 83c. Barley- stead y, «oc. OTHEII ORAIN MARKBTS. Ban Francisco Kept. 3'».—Wheat, inactive; buyer season. 11.8054: buyer 't»l, sel ler '91. II US. Harley —Mieiuly; buyer '91. t1.14.%; buyer, season *1.1854; seller,'B;, tl,08& Corn—l.4s LrvaaroOL, Sept. 80 — Wheat, quiet, demand ppor. No. 2 red TUlnter, stead', 7s 11j.,d per cental; Ho. 2 rd, spring. 9s 1 iv,d, dull. Corn-Demand poor for spo l a d fuir for fu tures Spot, Hs d. st'-ndv: September. 0- 2d. steady; October, 6s Gd, steady; Novemb r, SaOJid, steady. . Petroleum. Mbw Yobk, Sept. 30 —Petroleum closed at sG]v _ General Markets. Sbw York, Sept. 30.—Hops: Easy: Pacific coast. 1 K-il'i Coffee-Optioos closed steady, 20 to 25 points up 4*i««. 22.250 bags. Septem ber, 113 October $12 15*12.20: No vember, «11.30a1l 70; December, Sll's'<» 11.(10 Janu-ry, $11 2u\«11.3i». Spot Rio casv; folr cara-o, -. 17c: No. 7. 1:114 c. Sugar—Raw «asy: refined easier, *o. 0, 3 15-Kle; ho 7. 3%c; No 8, 3 13 10; offA, 4(s) 4 i3-idc Copper—Nominal: lake, $12 35. Lead Firm; Domestic. »4 52>i. Tin—Heavy, Straits. J2O 00 Chicago, Sept. 30 —-Pork steady: cash «10.00 .910.12V4: October, $10.12,a,,0 15; Jauuary, $12 40®t2 50. Lard- Firm: cash. $0 47V00.U7: October, $0 95; Jttuu..ry JO 87. Shoulders— IG 25n*6 40. Short clear—*7.4 )(«0»7.50. Short ribs—lU.7o®6 85 Chicago, Sept. 30.—Whiskey—$1.18. For constip lion, biliousness and kidney ai fectionsremember Simmons Liver Regulator. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. CORRECTED DAILY. IThese quotations are furnished by the Los Angeles Farming and Milling company, corner Commercial and Alameda streets. | Wheat- Good demand, $1 811; No. 2, $1.00. Oats—California $1.50. Flour—Demand steady. Extra Capitol Mills, roller process, $5.40 per bbl; Los Angeles xx xx, roller p ocess, $5.40; Pioneer and Crown, '5.75; Spcrry's Family, $.i.; 75 Full Superfine, $3.75. Mill Feed—Bran, $23.0); shorts, $25.00; cracked, gronnd and rolled barley, SI. 15; crucued corn, $1 50; mixed feed, corn and barley, $1.30; feed meal, $1.55; oilcake meal, $2 s<i. Seed—Alfalfa, BV 3 'c; mustard, 3Uc. Barley—Fair demand; whole, $1.10; rolled $1.15 Corn—Carload lots, $1.4 a. Grain Baos—M. S. 22x35 7®9e; 18S3, Cal cutta spot, potato sacks, 4c; mill sucks, Be. country produce. [Corrected by Mithewß Bros., 149 North Los Angeles street.] Poultry—Hens, $5.00@5 50 per doz ; old roosters, $4 50; young roosters, $4.5<>®5 00; broilers, large, $3.tXna}3.75; medium, $2 50; small, $2;tur»eys, live, 16(d)17e per tb; dres-ed, ; ducks, large, $4.2tif(554.30 per doz sina 1, $4 50; geese, Touiouse. $2.00 per pair; com mon, 75c; doves, 05c per doz ; hares, $1 io; rabbits',sl.oo Eaas—California ranch, 31c; Eastern 24(320 Buttkk— fair aupply;lresii roll.faucy, «(*<sl>2 per roll; good to choice, 50 a 55c; California firkin, fancy 3oc per lb; Eastern creamery, 30c per tb. Cheese —Good supply. California Rancbito, llJic per tb; Eastern, 12U@l3c; Young Amer ica, Ijfrjci Adamites hand, 13% c; half cream cheese, B(<sß!^c. ONIONK—New, oo@Soc. New Potatoes—Pink eyes, Csc per sk. Early Rose, 45@00. ; Burbanks, —. Beans—-mall Naw, $2 Cs@s3 00: Lima, $3.00(0) $3 35; pink, $2.25©2 50: red, $3.25; Bayous, $4 suf<Bs Garvanzos, $5(0,5.50. Beeswax—24os2Gc. LOS ANGELES HAY MARKET. Barley hay. good baled. $iOi«)ll per ton; alfalfa ha>, good baied, $'.)(gjlo per ton; oat nay, good baled, $t 0 per t,>u. PROVISIONS. The following quotations are furnished by W. H. Maurice, 1 In North Los Angeles street: Hams—Rex brand, '4%c; Lilly, 14% c. Bacon—tiex brand, ±4oJs: Lilly, medi um nacon, 12c: pigs feet, half bbl., $,i.25; quarter bblf, $3.00. Lakd— Rex brand, tierces, 50's, 9c; 20's 9\ t ; l lfi 94: 5 s 9%«; 3's, 94c Special Brand—(Absolutely pure) about 2c in advance of these prices Dried Beep—l6c. fruits and nuts. IThese reports are furnished and corrected daily by a rmain Fruit company, 324 to 330 Alameua street.] Lkkons—Lisbon, sweated, $4.50; Eureka, $3.75: uncurt-d, $2.75®$ 1,00 doz. pineapples— ?3.50(a| $5.00 per doz. Tomatoes—v:s(aH' c. per box. Peaches— per lb. Apricots— Dried, u&l(a;7c Honey—Extracted, 50-lb tins, new, s®6Jic. Raisins—London layurs,sl,7s@2 116; bultuna seedless, 7J.i@Bc per tb ; loose Muscatels, $1.25 @1 50. Nuts—Large pecans, 10c; Brazils, 10@l2c: almonds, soit shell, 18@'9c: pnper shell, 19® 20c; hard shell, 10c; walnuts. L A., 8c; L. N , ho; soft shell. K@lO%i:; filberts, 12js@14c: peanuts, California, eastern, 8c French Prunes—Evaporated. io@l2^n. APPLBs—Evaporated, 8a) 2c, Bananas—Honduras via New Orleans, $2.00 @2.50. A "Balm in Gilead"for you by takingSim mons Liver Regulato, for your diseased liver. Wholesale Meat .Market. [Correetod daily by S, Maier, 149 North Spring greet 1 Fresh Meats—Following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers: Best—First quality, second quality, to sc. Yeal —Quotable at 7 to 8c for largo and 8 to 9c per lb. for small. Mutton—Quotable at 7®Bc per lb, Lamb—Quotable at 10c per lb. Pork—Live hogs on foot, grain fed, medium, 5c per lb. What will Simmons Liver Regulator do? Make you well by restoring action to the liver. '•The terminal." Henry Craerner has opened the above place at 1146 East First street, a few doors east of the Terminal railroad depot, which he will conduct as a first class saloon, keeping only the very best of stock. The grand opening will take place next Saturday evening. An in vitation is extended hy Mr. (Jraemer to his friends aud the public to be present. The first party of sixty American pil grims from Minnesota have arrived at Treves to see the holy coat. To the Public. We advertise at present for a firm whose preparations have proven, in our own family, all they claim to be. We refer to t hsmherlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhceu Remedy. We stand up foi this medicine because we have tested it. This is not an advertisement to l ' the medicine, it is simply our testi mony regarding it after a fair trial. — Hountzalle 11' a. 1 Observer. For s ale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main, Druggist. A one-legged bicyclist in London re cently rode 100 utiles in less than nine hours. _ Miles's Nerve and Liver Pills Act on a new principle—regulating tho liver jtoinach and bowels through the nerves. A new dircovery. Dr. Miles's Pills speedily cure bil lousri'*«s, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa tion. Uuequaled for men, women, children. Smallest mildest, surest I Fifty doses, 25 ctn Samples) .cc by all druggists. Tho older of the Sultan excluding Jews from the Holy Land ia being rig idly onfoiced. A Husband's Mistake. Husbands toe often permit wives, and parents their ehildrdu, to sutler from headache, dizzi ness, neuralgia, sleeplessness, fits, nervousness, when by the use of Dr Miles' Kestorntivu Ner vine snch serious results could easily be pre vented Druggists everywhere say it gives uni versal satisfaction, and has an immense sale. Woodworth & C0.,0f Fort Wayne, lud ; Snow Si C0.,0i Syracuse, N. V.: J. C. Wolf, Hillsdale, Mich., an t hundreds of others say "it is the greatest, seller they ever knew." It contains no opiates. Trial bottles and fine book on Nervous Diseases fire, at ail druggists. Woman's Industrial Exchange. The reference committee of the Woman's In dustrial Exchange will be at the r00m5,223 South Kroadwxy, every Toosday xfternoon be tween the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock, and all con>ignees, < f food especia ly, are requested td brln<s specimens of their articles for inspection If you are a leer of r*ormosa Oolong, treat yourself to a pound of ihe must exquisite, $1.50, at H. Jevne's. Oranula, the great hen Mi food. sale by all grocers. H. Jcvne, agent. Bnv your hosiery, lotions, millinery, Mew York Bazaar, 148 North eprlng street. THE LOS ANGELES TIERALD THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1891. Has the largest Beet Hugar Factory and Refinery in the world and the United State* Experiment Station is located here. Tliis celebrated ranches of Mr. Richard Gird and contains ahom oU.HW no res; lti.OW acres ol .t lias been put m ihe market m tracts to suit, buuuded by t'omoiia, Uuiario and Riverside, places noted for fruit culture, beauty, etc. 10,000 acres of artesian water lands, which will produce alfalfa, corn, beets, etc., without irrigation. The best artesian water is provided for deciduous fmil and choice orange lands. Excellent well water is abundant at from Bto 26 feet deep. The land is porous, smooth, unbroken and ready for the plow. The crop needs no housing, sacking or boxing, or holding for market. With right tillage, the yield is large and profits enre. Wherever in Europe or the United Stales this industry has been established, land has quadrupled in value, and the people greatly prospered. ■eed furnished at cost on trust till sale of beets, use of seed drills free; special implements at cost; experienced sugar beet farmer on the ground te freely give correct irifetruction. liny land where you won't have to wait FIVE LONG YEARS for your tree? to commence giving you a pnppnrt, go to you can get the l»-sl latnlH In tlie wnrhl lm all kui'lHiit Hints. Katse t)eet* lielweeii tne mwy aim >r> I yntir cumli tur i tii-iii in It ye iiiuiit lit-, ami y<■ 11 can earn Inuu »4tl to .HOP per ai re, ami the price ol beets is beforehand and not eubject to any market Hunt nations. Tit is is the chance ol your hie, oiiuo acres of "eels raised iliih year, ami a i-ontiHi-i wtili the Mei-Hiw. Uxnaril t-teei miuwi Coin pa ny tn consume 21,6(K) acres ol lieeif in 5 years. They will iluiinle lliecnt'wrii i it yon raine tlie heelw. VS here on earth areyim time? f'rtcej froO to $250 per acre ; easy tertiiß. THE TOWN OF OHINO Is a rapidly growing business point situated near the center of the great Chino ranch; tias daily mails, the great Sugar Factory, and W. F. Co.'s express, two railways connecting at Ontario with tne Southern Pacific main line, telegraph, telephone, best of water under fire pressure, etc., and is surrounded for miles by the richest land in the world. Lands and lots for sale at reasonable prices on moderate terms. Title, U. S. PATENT. For further information address J. G. McMICHAEL, General Agent, No. 103 South Broadway, 1 ,os Angeles, f RALP H E. HOYT. 63 Dearborn et., Room 29, Chicago, 111. S. W. HOLSINGER, Chino, Cal. W. K. GIRD, Chino Office, Ontario, Cal. BRANCH OFFICES-- HOLDEN, 36 and 38 Monroe si., Grand Rapids, GEoVgEEAKINS. No. 616 Cheßtnutat.,rhiladelphia,Pa. C. O. GKEEN. Palestine, Texas. S. GOLDER, Busten, Notts, England. S TIE MIUM LAWN SPRINKLER 1' y° u want to savt labor and pet the work rJ if' ' »oil done, buya Mikadc '">. Hprinkler The cost is — mmafmaamnwm Trrrn Bm "h fl,, d the sprinkler Tu\&±*^Kfciff?US*£-** r * B Def>t n UK0 ' r>e ' ' fe3B " ■ L - iL -~ cause it is practical ami Tne himplicity of its desien; Its neatness of '$of**' • appearance; llcht < \..r- . weißhtt4 Ibs.)andwon. rfsbr- :.-..v ~A&7- , i -^L_~™ -1 ' deifut wors, hive made /jr. ' " already the favorite Tit * It. A. HRBAKKT, j "—HP l III laa South Spring St. RUSSELL &c KOEBERLE, PATENTEES. Orange Land! $ioo per acre! 5 miles north of Riverside! 4 miles west of San Bernardino! On the main lines of the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe railroads! Soil —Rich sand loam and disintegrated granite! Altitude —1300 feet above sea level, and 400 feet above Riverside! PLENTY OF WATER! The home of the Orange and Lemon. Unexcelled for deciduous fruits, vegetables and berries! Terms easy, one-fourth cash, balance in four equal annual payments. SEMI-TROPIC LAND AND WATER CO., Rialto, Cal. L. M. BROWN, Special Agent, 213 W. First St., Los Angeles, Cal. 9 29 Boots 1 amd Shoes <Sp7^— r~*-- MANUFACTURED BY fs° / | T\ JAMES MEANS & CO.ofS/ BoSTOtt ARE A/ 3t UttEXGELLED. ' \ They are made in ALL./fTV \ STYLE S, 51 ZES^^A-^^^^ MULL LINE OF ABOVE GOODS FOB SALE BT N. BENJAMIN, BOSTON SHOE STORE, Corner Main and Second, Los Angeles. Tlila IS NOT OCR WAT. THIS IS OOR WAY OF FITTING OL.VSSBS The careful and proper adjustment of Krumei Is as Important as the correct fitting ol lenses. We mate tho scientific adjustment of Glasso and Frames our specialty, and guarantee a per feet fit. Testing of the eyes free Full stock 01 artificial eyes on hand. Glasses ground to ordei on premises. 8. O. MAKBHCTZ, Scientific Optician, 22» H. Bpring street. Theater Building. Full stock ol fine opera glasses on haul 7-17 tf gPECIAL ATritACTlOXa^^jy^g^^^ 32d DISTRICT FAIR AT SANTA ANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2d. Sllltwood to go to lo «er his record of 2:t B }<. The track is very fast and the mark, no ''outit,, will be low. This, in connection with the running X mile dash for 2-ytnr olds. and 1:1-10 da»n for all ages ond 2:3 ft trot, will make a grand day's sport Saturday, oWober 3d. The three grc.vest trotters in southern Cali fornia will come togo'uer in Ihe Frce-for all— Glendine, Lucy R and MoKinnev. Reduced rates from all pelataia Southern California. REDONDO HOTEL! Redondo Beach, Cal. Summer and Winter Resort! 18 MILES *ROM LOS ANGELES. TWO LINES OF RAILWAY! Several Trains Daily. House Handsomely Furnished. Every Modern Comfort. Fine Bathing;, Fishing; and Promenades. TABLE UNSURPASSED. Steamers and Vessels Landing Almost Every Day. For rates by the week or month, apply to COL. E. W. BOOT, Manager. DR WONG'S FAMOUS SANITARIUM! 71S S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. All kinds of Chinese herbs and medicines for sale. The best accommodations for thaw* desiring to remain at tbcSsuitarium for treatment. Everyihing ondcrthe personal superriamaC Dr Wong. Consultations absolutely free. The following are a few of the testimonialsof paCWssla cured by him: One year ago I was taken sick. lemplovd Three years ago I got Injured tn tbe fete.l three aoctors for months, but none benefited employed three different doctors, noneoiwh—i me iv the least. They told me that I had a relieved me. At last 1 b.eame drawn mnof, fever, also that my spleen was the scat of my was unable to dress myself, and my tnnnt( disease, and again that my trouble was all in was just all 1 could bear. It was apparent that my bladder finally, as the res.lt of an oner- if I could live I wculd be a cripple for life, ation, 1 suffered unto.d agonies Then f took Dr. Wong relieved me of all suffering, awi me. icineof Dr Wong, and he got me to my I was able to diess myself in three days. 1 ui-ual weight and strensth in two months, went to work in five days; in one month. I was* though my friends considered f was likely to completely cured. I have had no return Of ti»» die anyday for the firs week i hat I wasln'the trouble. Dr. Wong said that there midtsa hands of Dr Wong, who say> that my disease blood settled in the mmcles of the b\p tfcftf was blood poison i g, which was produced by would in a short time cause paralysis ana toe* the operation or butchery 1 was subjected to. jaw. Kxperience and obieivatlon leads me to bo- N. McDOWILL, lieve that Dr. Wong has no equal as a physi- 111 W. Third st. elan in America. W. J. ABHI.K>, Los Angele*. On? Mt. Vurnon, Tex.; present address, Wlilt'icr, August29,lB9o. Cal. November 2,1890. Hundreds of similsr testimonials raft be teen st the Sanitarium. DR. WOFG bssrssw* ov«r 2000 people who were afflicted with nearly every form of the vaiious diseases (liefccsnm flesh is heir to. I WE HAVE !N STOCK THE HEW Jo I Is MLL - ? ill "1 SWEEPER 11 s •-1 Wh4 If g 1 fV O Bnilt for long usage S3 g GO OS $ ►—? 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