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FINANCE AND TRADE.
exchange review.
Naw York. Oct. 2.—The stock market today
opemd active, but without excitement, other
than a decline in Mls.-ouii PaclUo. Priu. sail
along the line moved up materially In the first
lew minutes, and ihen again declined After
the first hour rapid progress was again made in
an upward direction, the leading > liana being
heaved by Missouri Pacific. The amount oi
business done was very large. The clos i was
active, strong aud at top figures. Missouri Ia-
Ciflc is up 2\e. Atchison and Louisville* Nash
ville Sugar 2c, Union Pacific 1 Wabash
J»o, Norih.-rn Pacific, preferred and llig Four
I%C, Burlington, St. Paul and Lake Shore, each
«*>.
Government bonds firm.
if ON BY QUOTATIONS.
Niw York. Oct. 2.—Monty on call easy;
closed offered at 4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, Offfl P« r eonl.
Sterling Exchange—Steady; 00-.tay ollls,
$4.80; demand $4.83^4.
London, Oct. 2, 4 p. in.—Closing consols,
monov. »4"'S; do account, 94J6: U. S. 4 ,
SioK; do 1 <s, $103',;.
Money—. *4 ,jot cent.
BAR SILVER.
Wsw York, Oct. 2.—Bar sliver, per oi.
97><c
Linoon, Oct. 2.—Bar silver, 494 pci
Ounce.
Sis Fbancihco, Oct. 2.—Bar silver, 97%
*}97' Ac per ounce
Ban Fbancisuo, Oct. 2.—Mexican dollars,
77>4®77^c.
stocks and bonds.
Naw York. Out. 2.—Closing quotations
were as follows:
0. 8. 4s. Reg 110 N. W. Preferred. .137^
O. 8. 4s coup..llo N. Y. Central 110
U. 8. 2s. Reg .... 99* Oregon Imp't.... > 22%
U. 8. 4%5. coup.. Navigation 79
Pacific Ss 110*4 Oregon Short Line 25
Atchison N. American 19^
American Ex 17 Pacific Mail 3U>,
Canada Pacific... 8S Reading 4n
Canada Sou 59 Rio GrandeWst'n. 40
Central Pacific... »* Preferred 71^
Burlington 99* i Do. firsts 70
Lackawanna.... 4\% Rock Island 81
Denver AR.G,pfd 4.0 St. Paul 744
Brie 301-4 B*. P ftul * Omaha 33!*,
Kan. A Texas Terminal 13j*
Lake Shore 12-I',, I'exas Pacific 14v.j
L. A N SO Union Pacific. il%
Mich. Central....lolX C. S. Express ... fts
Missouri Pacific. 57% Wells, Fargo &Co ISS
Northern Pacific. 28>s Western Union... 88
N. P. Preferred. 7-i >. Am. Cotton 0i1... 24J4
North western 115
Boston, Oct. 2.— Closing prices:
A. A T. It. R <leut. Com. 2?%
Burl. AQuinoy... 9SVj|San Diego 18H
MINING SHARES.
New Yobk, Oct. 2.—Mining shares were as
follows:
Alice 150 Occidental 1.00
American Coal. .75 Sutter Creek ... 1.10
Adamscou 200 lould A Curry. 1.60
Eureka C0n.... 2.09 ctale A Norcross 1.40
ABpen 3.00 tomestake 10.'"<o
Bodie 1.00 -lorn Silver 3.36
Bellelsle 1.30 Iron Silver l.io
Best & Belcher. 3.20 Mexican 2.26
Belcher 1.00 Mount Diablo.. 2.25
Caledonia B. H. 1.05 Ontario 38.50
Chollar ... 1.50 Ophir 3.40
Colorado Cen... 1.50 Phosuix B.SO
Commonwealth. 1.0" Plymouth 1.75
Con. Calif. Va.,.. 5.37 Savage 250
Crown Point ... 1.50 Sierra Nev 2.40
Dead wood 2.00 Standard 1.40
Potosi 3.50 Union Con 2.25
Eureka 300 Yellow Jacket.. 1.50
American Flag.. 1.75 FatherDesmet.. .25
San Francisco, Oct. 2.—Following are the
closing prices
Belcher 1.35 Peerless 05
Best A Belcher. 2.00 Potosi 2.3t»
Chollar 140 Ophir. 3.40
Crocker 05 Savage 3.00
Con. Virginia... 5.50 Sierra Nevada... 2.35
Confidence 3.00 Union Con 2.35
Gould ACurrv.. 1.80 Yellow jacket.. 1.45
Hale A Norcross 1.35 Mexican 2.10
Locomotive ... .05 Andes 4.30
Peer 05 Con. Imperial.. .10
San Francisco Market Review.
BAN Francisco, Oct. 2.—Wheat is steady,
with fair demand for export. Barley is firm,
with fair demand for choice grades: brewing,
same. Oats continue firm, although receipts
are increasing. Corn is dull and weak, owing
to heavy receipts, The bean market is still
weak.
The vegetable market is steady, with light
demand and liberal receipts. Tomatoes over
abundant and dull. Onions easier. Potatoes
continue to come in heavily aud are slow of
sale.
The receipts ot fresh fruits arc ln excess of
demand, and quality of arrivals not first ciass.
Crapes are plentiful and dull.
The market for dairy produce continues weak
Eggs sell well.
San Francisco, Oct. 2.—Wheat: Milling
51.70ai.7A; No. 1 shipping. $1.70®1.75.
Barley—No. 1 feed. $1.10®$1.10; a . browing,
$1.15®1.'.!0: ground, $1.31®32.
Oats—Surprise, $1.35®1.42V» percental; mil
ling, $1.45®1.50; good to choice iced, $1
@1.35; fair, $1.00®1.10; gray, $1.25(g)1.30.
Corn—Large yellow, [email protected]; small yel
low, $I.4o®l.4s;white, $1.40®1.50 percental.
Bran—l 4 50®15.00 per ton.
Hay—Wheat, $13®515; oat, 513.00® 14.00;
clover, $8.50®511.50; wild oats, 12®13.25; bar
ley, 12® 15: alfalfa, 11® 12.00.
Flour—Familyextraß, $5.15®55.25; Superfine,
13.65®53.85.
Lemons- Sicily [email protected]; Califomia,s4oo
®5.00 for choice; $1.50®2 50 for common.
Limes—Mexican, $40J®0.00; California, 50
®95c for small and51.50®1.75 for large boxes.
Orangeß—Tahiti, [email protected] per box.
Raisins—Layers, future delivery, $1.50 per
box; Muscatels, $1.00®1.25. Spot prices: Lay
ers, fancy, $1.60; choice, $1.40; fair to good,
90e®$1.12,with usual advance for fractional
boxes; loose Muscatels, 75®90c per box; 4c #
lb. for tackß.
Dried grapes—[email protected] tb for stemmed, and
lUililVft i° r unstemmed.
Butter—Fair to choice f. is.
Kggs—California ranch, 35®371ii;.
Apricots—Bleached, s®Bc per lb.; do. sun
dried, 3®lc.
Peaches— Peeled. evaporated,lo®l2%c per lb;
sun-dried, [email protected]; bleached, s®6c.
Apples—Evaporated, 6®G;4c; sliced, 4®sc;
quartered, 3®4c.
Plums—Pitted, unpitted, [email protected]
Prunes—4H®sV»e.
Pears—Evaporated, [email protected]; Bliced, 4®sc; quar
tered, 3®4c.
Nectarines-Red, 3®4c; white, s®6c.
Figs—Pressed, 3®4J4e; unpressed, 3®4c.
Grapes— 15®300 per box for Sweetwater. 20c.
®35c for Muscat; 15®35c for black; Tokay, 35
®50c; Isabella, 50®65c; wine grapes, $B.oo®
14 00 per ton.
Watermelons—[email protected] per 100.
Cantaloupes—soci#sl.oo per crate.
Figs—2s(a)7sc perbox.
Peaches-25®50c per box; 25®60c per basket;
choice clings, l>[email protected] per pound.
Plums—3o®soo per box.
Apples—2sc®sl.oo per box.
■Quinces —10iff50c per box.
Crab apples—[email protected] per box.
Blackberries—s4.oo®s.oo per chest.
Pears—3sc®sl per box; Banletts, i f,
lb.
Strawberries—[email protected] per chest for Sharp
less.
Cape Cod cranberries—[email protected] per bbl.
Honey—White comb, 11®15: amber, 01310.
Bananas—s2.oo®s2.so per bunch.
Pineapples—s4 00®55.00 per doz.
Onions —[email protected]
Lima beans— [email protected] 2c P er lb.
Green okra-25(0j50u per box.
Green corn—so®7sc per box for common:
per doz. for bay. " ;
Cucumbers— [email protected] per box for large; pick
ling, [email protected] t r ,.„
Green peppers—[email protected] per box for Chile;
40c o;50 for Bell. . ,
Tomatoes—Vacaville, 10®25c per box; river,
2 F?tetobs-Garnet Chiles, 50®50c 1» 100; early
rose, 30(M35c; Peerless, [email protected]: Burbanks, 30
®Joe for liver, and 7uc'<Ssi.OO for Salinas,
Sweet Potatoes—7dc®sl. 2b.
Egg plant, 40c®50 perbox.
Summer Squash-35i0>50c por box ior Win
ters aud [email protected] for bay.
Marrowfat squash—s7 per ton.
Rhubarb— [email protected] per box.
[email protected] per cental.
Beets—sl per sack.
Carrots—Feed, 50®75c.
Parsnips—s2.so per cental.
Cabbage—4o9soc. , ~„ ,
Garlic—3®4c f» tb for Italian, and s®Bo for
California.
Dry Okra—2o®2so f» lb.
Peppers—Green, B®loe $ tb; dry,ls®2oc.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Oct. 2-Wheat opened about Jic
higher than yesterday's closing, and with some
fluctuations prices were further advanced H_c;
ruled easier, declnod ralied agai n and the
closing was about [email protected]_e higher than yester
day.
Receipts, 1,201,000 bushels; shipments,
1,042,000 bushels.
Chicago, Oct. 2.— Close: Wheat, steady.
Oash, 945_,90%c; November, 95;_;c; December,
[email protected]
Corn-Firm; oash, 51Kc; Novomber,s3c; May,
Oats—Steady) cash, 27c; November, 27% c;
May, 31c.
Rye— Quiet, 84 , _c.
Barley-Bteady, «lc.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1891.
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS.
BUN Pkanoihco, Oct 2—Wheal, Inactive;
Oliver season, fl.81V£; buyer '91, 11.72%; sel
ler'91. $1 68^.
Barley — steady; buyer '91. 11.13V. buyer,
season, 11.18%; seller, '91, $1.08%.
Oorn—1.45.
I.ivebpuol, Oct. 2—Wheat, qni<-t, demand
good. No. 2 red winter, stcadv, 7s M>'„.i per
venial; No. 2 red, spring, 8s 1 id, dull.
Corn—Demaird poor for spota< d fair for fu
tures Spot, Hs d. steadv: September. 0- 2d,
steady; October, 5s 7}4d, steady; Novemb r,
5s steady.
Wool.
New York, Oct. 2—Wool quiet, steady;
domestic deecc, 30^30c.
Philadelphia, Oct. 2.—W001, quiet, steady;
Montana, 19(o)23c: territory, 15(3:2IB.
Boston. Oct 2—Wool steady Territory
selling steadily on a scouted ba.ls of o(xoiii:ii!
for Hoc, 57i»5Sc for fine niedi m, 53<aG5o for
medium Texas, California andoregon steady,
quiet. Forelgu unchanged.
Petroleum.
New Yobk, Oct. 2 —Petroleum closed at
60%.
General Markets.
Nbw York, Oct. 2.—Hops: Easy: Pacific
oOH.it, 14® 16.
Coffee-Options closed steady, 5 to 10
points up. Sales, 33,000 bags. Septem
ber, $13 October $12 30u}12.40; No
vember, $11400:1170; December, $11 .](>(•)
11.30; January, $11 10(0111.20. Spot Rio easy;
fah cargoes. 17e: No. 7.
Sugar—Raw easy: refined easier. No. 6,
3 15-liic; No. 7. 3%c; No. 8, 3 13 16; off A, 4®
4 13-16 c.
Copper—Nominal: lake, $12.35.
Lead— Firm; Domestic. $4 55.
Tin—Heavy; Straits. *20 10
Chicago, Oct. 2—Pork steady: cash f 10.00
310.12U; November, $10.12(0)10 15; January,
$12 [email protected] 75.
Lard-Firm; cash. $6.47%@6.75; November,
$6 95: January, 16.95.
Shoulders—»6 25ia6 40
Short clear—»7.4sro;s7.oo.
Short ribs—s6.Bo(37.2>
Chicago, Oct. 2 —Whiskey—sl.lß.
Bimmous Liver Regulator cured me of general
debility aud loss cf appetite.—Mrs. Edmund
Fitton, Fraukford, Pa.
LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS.
COEKBCTED DAILY.
IThese quotations are furnished by the Los
Angeles Farming and Milling company, corner
Commercial and Alameda streetß-1
Wheat- Oood demand, $1 8li; No. 2, $1.60.
Oats—California $1.50.
Flout.—Demand steady. Extra Capitol Mills,
roller process, $5.40 per bbl; lx>s Angeles
xxxx, roller pi ocess, $5.40; Pioneer and Crown,
5.75; Sperry's Family, $.>.;75 Full Superfine,
$3.75.
Mill Feed—Bran, $23.00; shorts, $25.00;
cracked, ground and rolled barley, $1.15;
cracsed corn, $1 50; mixed feed, corn aud
barley. $1.30; feed meal, $1.55; oilcake meal,
$2 5".
Seed—Alfalfa, SVj'c; mustard, 3%c.
Barley—Fair demand; whole, $1.10; rolled
$1.15
Cobn—Carload lots, $1.43.
Grain Bags—M. S. 22x35. [email protected]; 1883, Cal
cutta spot, 3>4c; potato sacks, 4c; mill sacks,
Be.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
[Corrected by Mathews Bros., 149 North Los
Angeles street.]
Poultry—Hens, $5.00®5 50 per doz.; old
roosters, $4.50; young roosters, $4.50®5.00;
broilers, large, $3.0U®3.75; medium, $2.50;
small, $2; turkeys, live, 10®17c per lb; dressed,
; ducks, large, $4.2u®54>30 per doz; small,
$4.50; geese, Toulouse, $2.00 per pair; com
mon, 75e; doves, 65c per doz ; hares,
$1 10; rabbits, $1.00
Eggs—California ranch, 31c; Eastern [email protected](i
Butter—Fair supply;frosh roll,fancy, ou®62
per roll; good to choice, 50ftt), r >sc; California
firkin, fancy 30c per lb; Eastern creamery,
30c per lb.
Cheese—Good supply. California Ranchito,
ll}4cperlb; Eastern, 12>£®l3c; Young Amer
ica, l2>£e; Adamitoa hand, half cream
cheese, B®BJ^c.
ONIONS—New, [email protected]
New Potatoes—Pink eyes, 65c per sk. Early
Rose, [email protected]; Burbanks, —.
Brans —Small Navy, [email protected]: Lima,
$3.00® $3.35; pink, $2.25®2.50; red, $3.25;
Bayous, $4 50®5; Garvanzos, $5®5.50.
Beeswax—24®26c.
LOS ANOELES HAY MARKET.
Barley hay. good baled, $10®11 per ton; i
alfalfa hay, good baled, [email protected] per ton; oal I
hay, good baled, $10 per ton.
PROVI9IBONB.
The following quotations are furnished by W.
11. Maurice, 14d North Los Angeles street:
Hams—Rex brand, Xi%c; Lilly, 14J£c.
Bacon—Hex brand, i .; Lilly, 14?ic, medi
um bacon, 12c: pigs feet, half bbl., $5.23:
quarter bbls, $3.00.
Lard—Rex brand, tierces, B\c; 50's, 9c;
20's 94; 10Js 9%; s's 9%c; 3's, 9y A c.
Special Brand—(Absolutely pure) about 2c
in advance of these prices.
IJUI I'M) Beef—loc.
FRUITS AND NUTS.
I These reports are furnished and corrected
daily byGirmain Fruit company, 324 to 330
Alameda street.]
LEMONs--Lisbon, sweated, $4.50; Eureka,
$3.75: uhcured, [email protected] doz.
Pineapples—s3.so ® $5.00 per doz.
Tom atoes—2s®4oc per box.
Peaches—[email protected] per lb.
Apricots—Dried, 6«®7c
Honey—Extracted, 00-1* tins, new, [email protected]>Hc.
Raisins—London layers, [email protected]; Sultana
seedless, [email protected] per lb ; loose Muscatels, $1.25
@1.50.
Nuts—Large pecans, 16c; Brazils, 10®12c;
almonds, sott shell, 18®19c; paper shell, 19®
20c; hard shell, 10c; walnuts, L. A., 8c; L. N.,
9c; soft shell, [email protected]; filberts,
peanuts, California, [email protected]; eastern, Be.
French Prunes—Evaporated, [email protected]^c.
Apples—Evaporated, % r d>\'lc.
Bananas—Honduras via New Orleans, $2.00
93.59.
Wholesale Meat Market.
[Corrected daily by 8, Maier, 149 North Spring
street.l
Fresh Meats—Following are the rates for
whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers:
Beef—First quality, second quality,
4Uc to sc.
Veal—Quotable at 7 to 8c for large and 8 to
9c per lb. for small.
, Mutton—Quotable at [email protected] per lb.
Lamb —Quotable at 10c per lb.
Pork—Live hogs on foot, grain fed, medium,
5 c per lb.
Americans will build Ruesia's great
Siberian railway.
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 Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. We stand up
for this medicine because we have
tested it. This is not an advertisement
for the medicine, it is simply our testi
mony regarding it after a fair trial.
—Hountzalle (Pa.) Observer. For s ale
by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main,
Druggist. _____
The Ladies' Favorite Beverage.
Thp most refrcsbing.nourishing and invigorat
ing drink ladles can make use of is "BLUE
RIBBON" Beer, which is especially beneficial
to nursing mothers and invalids. It is the
mildest and most agreeable tonic. Send or
ders to
CALIFORNIA WINE CO.,
Sole Agents, 222 S. Spring st.
Telephone 110. 9-lltf
I Children \
| Too Fast j
I become listless, fretful, without ener- S
gy, thin and weak. But you can for- 1
tify them and build them up, by the |
) use of
! SCOTT'S I
EMULSION!
> OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND
HYPOPHOSPHITES
Of l ime and Soda.
! They will take it readily, for it is al- j
{ most as palatable as milk. And it j
! should be remembered that AS A PRE- i
| YENTIVK OR CURE OF COUGHS OR COLDS, i
IN BOTH THE OLD AND YOUNG, IT IS j
j UNEQUALLED. AvoidsubatiUUlonsofforrd. \
Has the largest Beet Sugar Factory and Refinery in the world and the United
States Experiment Station is located here.
This celebrated ranch is the property of Mr. Richard Gird and contains al>oni
60,000 acres; Iti.OOO acres ol it lias been put 111 tiie market in tracts to suit,
bounded by Pomona, Ontario 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 lor deciduous frail
and choice orange lands. Excellent well water is abundant at from Bto 25 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 sure. Wherever in Europe or the
United States 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 Xf>
freely give correct instruction.
Buy lantl where you won't have to wait FIVE LONG YEARS for your trees
to commence giving you a support, go to Clnno, where you can get the besl
lands in the world lor alTTwidtToi Inittsi, Uniee
your cash lor- tlieni 111 live months, and you can earn Irom $40 to $100 per acre,
ami the price to any markel
fluctuations. This is the chance ol your lite. 3000 acres of tteets raised this year, ami
Beet acres ol
beele in 5 years. They will double the capacity if you raise the beets. Where on
earth are you offered such inducements and such returns in the same length ol
time ? Prices. $50 to $250 per acre; easy terms.
THE TOWN OF CHINO
Is a rapidly growing business point situated near the center of the great Chino
ranch; has daily mails, the great Sugar Factory, and W. F. Co.'s express, two
railways connecting at Ontario with the 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, 1,08 Angeles.
f RALPH E. HOYT, 53 Dearborn st.. Room 29, Chicago, 111.
S. W. HOLSINGER, Chino, Cal.
W. K. GIRD, Chino Office, Ontario, Cal.
nn.vnti nwrnva. J CHAS. HOLDEN, 36 and 38 Monroe st., Grand Rapids,
BRANCH Oi FILES. -j Michigan .
GEORGE EAKINS, No. 016 Chestnutst.,Philadelphia,Pa.
C. O. GREEN, Palestine, Texas.
JJ. GOLDER, Busten, Notts, England.
SPECIAL. FAST TRAIN.
PERRIS WILL~CELEBRATE
THE COMPLETION OF ITS IRRIGATION SYSTEM.
THE UNION OF BEAR VALLEY WATER AND PERRIS VALLEY LAND.
The pressure pipe line carrying water from the Great Bear Valley Reser
voir, in San Bernardino Mountains, to the Perris Irrigation District, over
forty miles in length, has been completed and the people of Perris Valley
will celebrate the important event by holding a
o<GRAND WATER FESTIVAL !t»
AT PERRIS, CALIFORNIA, ON
FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1891.
Speeches by eminent orators and irrigationists of this State.
Public test of the Perris Water System.
Free game dinner served by the ladies of Perris Valley.
Music by the handsomely uniformed Valley City Band, of Perris.
Free carriages to visit gold mines, sulphur wells, and other points of interest.
Grand ball in the evening, for benefit of the band.
Best hunting in Southern California. Bring your guns along.
SPECIAL * EXCURSION * TRAIN
FROM LOS ANGELES, RIVERSIDE AND SAN BERNARDINO.
Excursion Rates from all Other Points on the Southern California Railroad
'JOIN WITH OS IN THE CELEBRATION OF THIS GRAND ACHIEVEMENT!
See th» First Irrigation District in San Diego county to secnte water under the Wright Act.
See the Valley where Water has increased the Value oi Land Two Hundred pkb cunt.
See the Lively, Prosperous Town of Perris that has doubled in population within a single year.
See ihe only place in Southern California where Orange and Fruit Laud with a gilt-edge water
right can be bought at $50 to $80 per acre.
See the Sparkling; Fountains! See the Growing Town! See the Lovely Valley!
Traius leave First-street depot at 8 a.m. Return same day. Hound trip, $2.35.
10-1 7t Apply SANTA FE OFFICE.
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 I
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. 0-20
THIS IS NOT OUR WAT.
rwu^^wrtov fitting sr_ssii
The careful and proper adjustment of Frames
is as important as tho correct fltling of lenseß.
We make the scientific adjustment of Glasses
and Frames our specialty, and guarantee a per
fect fit. Testing of the eyes free Full stock oi
artificial eyes on hand. Glasses ground to order
on premises.
S. G. MARBRUTZ, Scientific Optician,
229 S. Spring street, Theater Building.
Full stock ol fine opera glasses on hand.
7-17 tf
Los Angeles Pawn Broker,
146' N. MAIN STREET,
Opposite the Western Union Telegraph Office.
L. B. COHN, Prop.
Money advanced on personal property of
every description.
Bargains in unredeemed pledges 9 9 3m
H. Hillbb, Pres't. 8. W. Hiller, Sec.
Los Angeles Liiber Co,,
DEALERS IN
Lamber, Cement, Fire Brick and Clay, Etc..
SAN PEDRO£T., Bet. Fourth and Fifth.
Telephone 109. 9-29 tf F -°J_j__
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
No. 233 N. Main St., fcos Angeles, Cal,
Prescriptions carefully compounded day and
night. m2l-tf
REDONDO HOTEL!
Redondo Beach, Cal.
Summer and Winter Resort!
18 MILES JROM LOS ANGELES.
TWO LINES OP RAILWAY!
Several Trains Daily.
House Handsomely Furnished.
Every Modern Comfort.
Fine Bathing:, Fishing
and Promenades.
. TABLE UNSURPASSED.
Steamers and Vessels Landing
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The Eminent Chinese Physician.
Dr. Woh's lite wurn lias been irom early youth one ol peiuisieui and untiring
observation, study and investigation, as fully as lay in his power to perfect him
self in all branches of the art of healing human sickness and disease. Born ia
China, of influential parents, of a family whose ancestors have been for genera
tions deeervingly renowned as leading physicians, Dr. Woh naturally followed
in the footsteps of his fathers. In China he has practiced his profession 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.
For many year. I have been troubled with t
?n^ n t„T^ iCh flnally ended lnaßU " ufl ca^^earfulb^
cTS'wUh the beat physicians I eonld 1 ""Finally "S
find, but they d.d me 1.0 benefit, but on the {ftease nKTriend Ivisited Dr Woh at Ms 0*
contrary I got worse and worse, until I was told g % as a e .. m y ll cXeX and a Ly C ne
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cordially recommend hfnr to all * ' CHARLES HEILMANN,
325 Boyd s*.f Aprils. 1891. 331 Court St.. L. A.. Cal
May Ist, 1891. <
I have tried many doctors for heart disease,
For 3 years I have been troubled with terrible but have derived no benefit until Dr. Woh, the
cramps ann pains in my abdomen and with Chinese physician, of Los Angeles city, pre
dropsleal swellings oi my feet and limbs I en- scribed for me.
deavored in every way to find relief but failed, Two months ago I began his treatment 'id I
until fonr weeks ago I began using Dr. Woh's can now certify that he has done merr "»
medicines. Now lam perfectly well and cured good. I recommend Dr. Woh to my friends a
of a sickness of three years's sanding Ido an able doctor.
recommend Dr. Woh to all my sick frieiids. P. E. KING,
MISS JESSIE M. FIELD, Justice of the Peace,
June 10, 1891. San Bernardino, Cal. 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 Californis. His
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