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FINANCE AND TRADE.
exchange review. New York, Oct. s.—The stock market today was beaTrv, At the opening the pressure to sell met resistance, which resulted in advancing ot quotations during the first hour of from % to 1% ter cent., Missouri Pacific and Lake Shore leading the movement, which, however, came to an end when the early demand was satisfied. During the afternoon prices slowly seltleddown without special movement in anything outtlde of Union Pacific. The market closed heavy to weak, at about lowest prices. Final changes are almost all unall fractions. Losses are 1% per cent, ln Union Pacific and 1 p.r cent, in Northern Pacific preferred. Government bonds steady. MONEY QUOTATIONS. N«w Yobk, Oct. 5 —Money on call easy, closed offered at 2% per cent Prime mercantile paper. 6<97!4 per cent. Sterling Exchange—Heavy; 60-day ollls, $4.7994, demand $4.83%. London, Oct. 5, * p. m.—Closing consols, money, 94 9-16; do account, 94%: TJ. 8. 4s, |120%: do 4%5, $102. Money—l cent. BAB SILVER. New Yobk, Out. s.—Bar silver, per or.. London, Oct. s.—Bar silver, 44 13-16 d per ounce. San Fbanciico, Oct. s.—Bar silver, 96% @9t>%e per ounce. San Fbancisco, Oct. s.—Mexican dollars, 77%@77%c. STOCKS AND BONDS. N»w Yobk, Oct. s.—Closing quotations were as follows: 0. 8. 4s. re« 116 N. W. Preferred. .137 TJ. 8. 4s. c0up...116 N. Y. Central....llO'l 0. 8. 2s. Reg 99% Oregon Imp't 22% U. 8. 4%5. coup.. Navigation 79 Pacific Bs 11l Oregon Short Line 25 Atchison 45% N. American 19% American Ex 18 Pacific Mail 37% Canada Pacific... 89% Reading 41% Canada Sou 59% Rio GrandeWsfn. 41 Central Pacific... !-4 Preferred 72 Burlington 99 Do. firsts 76% Lackawanna 42% Rock Island 83% Denver AR.G.pfd 50% St. Paul 74% Krie 30% St. Paul A Omaha 34% Kan. & Texas.... 18% Terminal 13% Lake Shore 125% Texas Pacific 14% LAN 80% Union Pacific... 41% Mich. Central.... 102% U. S. Express.... 57 Missouri. Pacific. 60% Wei Is, Fargo & Co. 138 Northern Pacific 26' 4 Western Union... 83% N. P. Preferred.. 76% Am. Cotton 0i1... 25% Northwestern 116% Boston, Oct. 5 —Closing prices: A. A T. R. B 45%|Hex Cent. Com. 24% Burl. AQuincy.. 99;-i|3an Diego IS MINING BHABS9. Naw Yobk, Oct. s.—Mining share* were as follows: Alice . . ■ 155 Ocoidenul 1.00 American Coal. .75 Sutter Creek.... 1.10 Adamscon ... 1.85. Gould & Curry.. 1.60 Xuteka. Con.. .. 2.90 Hale & Norcross 1.3 S Aspen 3.00 Homestake 10.50 Bodie 1.00 iTorn Silver 3.25 Bellelsle 1.30 Iron Silver 1.25 BeBt& Belcher. 2.60 Mexican 2.25 Belcher 1.60 Mount Diablo.. 2.2S Caledonia B. H. 1.05 Ontario 38.00 Chollar 1.90 Ophir 3.40 Colorado Ccn... 1.50 Phoenix 8.80 Commonwealth. 1.00 Plymouth 2.00 Con. Calif. Va.,.. 3.25 Savage 3.50 Crown Point... 1.25 SierraNev 2.25 Deadwood 1.95 Standard 1.45 Potosi 3.50 Union Con 2.15 Eureka 3.00 Yellow Jacket.. 1.50 American Flag.. 1.75 FatherDesmet.. .25 San Francisco, Oct. s.—Following are the closing prices Belcher 1.40 Peerless. 05 Best & Belcher. 2.70 Potosl 2.30 Chollar 1 30 Ophir. 2.50 Crocker 05 Savage 2.95 Con. Virginia... 1.82% Sierra Nevada... 2.35 Confidence 3.50 Union Con 2.30 Gould A Curry.. 1.80 Yellow jacket.. 150 Hale A Norcross 1.40 Mexican 2.10 Locomotive 05 Andes 4.30 Peer 05 Con. Imperial.. .10 San Francisco Market Review. Bah Fbancisco. Oct. s.—The wheat market was very quiet this morning, but prices were steady and unchanged Barley steady.with fair demand for choice leed grades. Oats flrm.with good demand, and prices tending upwards. Corn Aim, with moderate demand. Bran and middlings higher. The vegetable market is dull and overstocked. Potatoes arrive freely, and are slow of sale. Onions steady. The market for summer fruits is quiet, and only choice qualities command top prices, (irapts plentiful and dull. The butter market has a downwatd tendency, receipts being in excess of the demand. Choice ranch eggs active. Ban Fbancisco, Oct. s.—Wheat: Milling 91.70(31.7ft; No. 1 shipping. *1.70@T-75. Barley—No. 1 feed. 11. lo@S1.10&, brewing, 11.15(31.20: ground, *1 31(«j132. Oats—Surprise, *email@example.comK percental; mil ling, *firstname.lastname@example.org; good to choice feed, *1 '17/1 ®1,35; fair, *1.00(&1.10; gray, 51.2501.30. Corn—Large yellow, *1.30®1;40; small yel low, 11.40(31.45;white, *1.40#1.50 percental. Bran—l 4 50(315.00 per ton. Hay—Wheat, $13(3*15; oat, $email@example.com; clover, f8.50@U1.50; wild oats, firstname.lastname@example.org; bar ley, 12(315; alfalfa, 11(312,00. Flour—Family extras, $5.15(3*5.25; Superfine, 53.65(3*3.85. Lemons—Sicily *7.50®*8.00; California,*4.oo (35.00 for choice; *email@example.com for common. Limes—Mexican, *3.Q0@6;00; California, 50 «95c for Bmall and 51.50(91.75 for large boxes. Oranges—Tahiti, $firstname.lastname@example.org per box. Raisins—Layers, fature delivery, |1,50 per box; Mußcatels, 51.00®1.25 Spotprices: Lay ers, fancy, $1.(50; choice, 11.40; fair to good, !K)email@example.com,with usual advance for fractional boxes; loose Muscatels, 75<39©c per box; 4c 'tf lb. for tacks. Dried grapes— 2%®4m <p lb for stemmed, and 154(32Uc for unstemmed. Butter—Fair to choice 30(332Uc fIS h>. Eggs—California ranch, 35@37!4c. Grapes—ls@3oc per box for sweetwater.2oc. (335 c for Muscat; 15@35c forblaok; Tokay, 35 r3soc; Isabella, 50@65e; wine grapos, *B.oo@ 13 00 per ton. Watermelons—s4(3o per 100. Cantaloupes— 50c<iji*1.00 per crate. Figs—3s®7sc perbox. Peaches- 25®50c per box; 25(300e,per basket; choice clings, l»/s@2c per pound. , Plums— 30@50c per box. Apples—firstname.lastname@example.org per box. Quinces—3o(a.soo per box. Crab apples—ll(3l.2s per box. Blackberries—s4.oo&s.3o per chest. Pears— 25c@*l por box; Bartletts, K@l>aC V- Jb. Strawberries—ss.oo(3B.oo per chest for Sharp ness. Cape Cod cranberries—slo.oo(3ll.oo per bbl. Honey—While comb, 11(315: amber, o®lo. Bananas—s2.o(K3s2.so per bunch. Pineapples—s4 00(3*5.00 per doz. Onions— 60(3(>5c. Lima beans— per lb. Green okra-25(a.50e per box. •Green corn—2o@2sc per box for common: 2*H@2ocperdoz.lorbay. Cucumbers—ls(33oc per box for large; pick- Hug, 35@50c. . , „.„ (Seen peppers—3s®4oo per box for Chile; 40c <S6O for Bell. Tomatoes—Vacaville, 15@25c per box; river, 2 Chiles, 5(X350c » 100; early rose 30(335c; Peerless, 40@20c: Burbanks, JO (350 c lor i iver, and 70c«»l.OO for Salinas, Sweet Potatoes—7s«3sl.2s. Egg plant, 40c(350 perbox. Summer Squain-35i950c per box for Win ters and 35®50c for bay. Marrowfat squash—*? per ton. Rhubarbemail@example.com per box. Turnips— bO®nc per cental. Beets—sl per sack. Carrots—Feed, 50@75c. Parsnips—sl.2s per cental. Italian, and 5(360 for California. / Dry Okra—2o@2sc Jtt. , Peppers Green, B®ioc $ ft; dry,ls@2oc. The British Grain Trade. London, Oct. s.—The Mark Lane Express says: Foreign wheats irregular; American red winter, spot, declined 3d, November and De member delivery declined 6d; California 2d lower. Indian, Russian and Australian well sustained. Oats 6s higher. Malting barley firm. Corn and grinding barley each Od lower. Amer ican oats 17s 6d@l 8s 6d. Rye unchanged. At today's market, prices of English wheat aver aged 375. Heavy importations of American aDd Russian prevented a rise in foreign wheats. Flour Arm. Corn firmer. Chicago Grain Market. CHIOABO, Oct. s.—Wheat moderately active easier. The opening was y<@,%c lower than Saturday's closing declined !*@><c more, ral lied Jio, eased off again, and the clositig was %c lower than Saturday. Receipts, 2,082,000 bushels; shipments, 1,316,000 bushels. Ohicaoo, Oct. 5. — Close: Wheat, weak. Oash, 94%r»95c; November. December, 97®97«c. Ooru-Weak; cash,s2>4C;November,s3e; May, 41%. Oats~Bteady; cash, November, May, 30% c. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1891. Bye- Qniet, 84c. Barley—Steady, 60c. OTHER GRAIN MARKETS. Bah Fbancisco, Oct s.—Wheat, easier; buyer season, $1.81%; buyer '91, $1.73%; sel ler '91, $1.67%. Barley —steady; buyer '91, $1.12\; buyer, season. $1.17%; seller, '91, $1.08. Corn—l.3B Liverpool, Oct. s—Wheat, quiet, demand good. No. 2 red winter, steady, 7s lid per cental; No. 2 red, spriug, 8s ll%d, dull. Corn—Demand poor for spot aiid fair for fu tures Spot, 6s id. steady: October. 5s 7(yi, steady; November, 5s 6%d, steady; December, 5s 7d, steady. Petroleum. Nkw Yobk, Oct. s.—Petroleum closed at General Markets. New Tobk, Oct. s.—Hops: Firm; Pacific coast, IS®lO. Coffee—Options closed steady, 15 to 30 points down. Bales, 23,500 bags. October, 111 95(912.10: November, $11.05(311.10; De cern ber,sl 1.00.it 11 10: January, $10 90(911.00. Spot Rio easy; fair- cargoes. I7e: N0.7. 13% c. Sugar—Raw, steady; fair refining, 2%c; Mus covado, 89 teßt,2%c; centrifugals, 96 test, 3%c. Refined firm; Standard A, 4%c; confection ers A, 49»c: out loaf, 5%c; powdered, 4%c; crushed, 5%c; granulated, 4%c; cubes, 4^c. Copper—Nominal: lake, $12.30 Lead- Firm; Domestic, $4 52%. Tin—Easy; Straits, $20.10 Chicago, Oct. s.—Pork dull: cash $9.90 @10.W>; November, $10.10(910 15; January, $li firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard-Firm: cash. $6.50@6.C7%; November, $6 95; January $6.95. Shoulders—s6 20196 40 Short c1ear—57.45(957.55. Bhort ribs—email@example.com Chicago, Oct. 5 —Whiskey—sl.lß. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. CORRECTED DAILY. IThese quotations are furnished by the Los Angeles Farming and Milling company, corner Commercial and Alameda streets. I Wheat- Good demand, $1 80; No. 2, $1.60. Oats—California $1.50. Flour—Demand steady. Extra Capitol Mills, roller process, $5.40 per bbl; Los Angeles xxxx, roller piocess, $5.40; Pioneer and Crown, '5.75; Sperry'a Family, $0.;75 Full Superfine, $3.75. Mill Feed—Bran, $23.00; shorts, $25.00; cracked, ground and rolled barley, $1.15; cracked corn, $1 50; mixed feed, corn and barley,, $1.30; feed meal, $1.55; oilcake meal, $2 50. Seed—Alfalfa, B%c; mustard, 3%c. Baelky—Fair demand; whole, $1.10; rolled $1.15 Corn—Carload lots, $1.45. Grain Bags—M. 8. 22x35. 7@9c: 1883, Cal cutta spot, potato sacks, 4c; mill sacks, Be. • COUNTRY PRODUCE. [Correctedby Mathews Bros., 149 North Los Angeles street.] Poultry—Hens, $5.00@5 25 per doz.; old roosters, $4.00; young roosters, $4.5u(95.00; broilers, large, $firstname.lastname@example.org; medium, $2.50; small, $2;turaeys, live, 14@16c per lb; dressed, ; ducks, large, $4.ou@ss 00 per doz; small, $3.75; geese, Toulouse, $2.00 per pair; com mon, 75c; doves, 65c per doz ; hares, $1 10; rabbits, $1.00 Egos—California ranch, 31c; Eastern 23@)24. Butter—Fair supplyifresh roll,fancy, 00(962 per roll; good to choice, 50®55c; California firkin, fancy 30c per lb; Eastern creamery, 30c per lb. Cheese—Good supply. California Ranchito, ll%c per lb; Eastern, 12%(913c; Young Amer ica, 12% c; Adamitos hand, 13% c; half cream cheese, B@B%c. Onions—New, 65@80c. New Potatoes —Pink eyes, 65c per sk. Early BOBe, 45@50c; Bur banks, —. Beans—Small Navy, $email@example.com: Lima, $3.00® $3.35; pink, $firstname.lastname@example.org: red, $3.25; Bayous, $4 50(45; Garvanzos, $5(50.50. Beeswax—24@26c. LOS ANGELES HAY MARKET. Barley hay, good baled. $iO@ll per ton; alfalfa hay, good baled, $9(910 per ton; oat hay, good baled, $10 per ton. PROVISIONS. The following quotations are furnished by W. H. Maurice, 146 North Los Angeles street: Hams—Rex brand, Xi%c; Lilly, 14% c. Bacon—Rex brand, i4e%;,Lilly, 14% c, medi um bacon, 12c; pigs feet, half bbl., $5.25; quarter bbls, $3.00. Lard—Kex brand, tierces, BJ£c; 50's, 9c; 20's 9%; 10Js 9%; s's 9%c; 3's, 9y A c. Special Brand—(Absolutely pure) about 2c in advance of these prices. Dried Beef—l6c. FRUITS AND NUTS. IThese reports are furnished and corrected daily by Gtrmain Fruit company, 324 to 330 Alameda street.] Lemons—Lisbon, sweated, $4-50; Eureka, $3.75; uncured, $2.75@53,00 doz. Pineapples—s3.so (9 $5.00 per doz. Tomatoes —25<»40c per box. Peaches—l%(92c per lb. Apricots—Dried, o%_Bp7c Honey—Extracted, 00-tb tins, new, 5@6%c. Raisins—London layers,email@example.com; Sultana seedless, 7%@Bc per tb.; loose Muscatels, $1.25 @1.50. Nuts —Large pecans, 16c; Brazils, 10@12c; almonds, solt shell, 18@19c; paper shell, 19(9 20c; hard shell, 10c; walnuts, L. A., 8c; L. N., 9c; soft shell, 10@10%c; filberts, 12%@14c: peanuts, California, 5%@6%c; eastern, Be. French Prunes—Evaporated, 10@12%c. Apples—Evaporated, 89i2c, Bananas—Honduras via New Orleans, $2.00 93.50. Wholesale Meat Market. [Corrected daily by 8, Maier, 149 North Bpring street.] Fresh Meats—Following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers: Beef—Fiist quality, 5%c; second quality, 4%c to sc. Veal—Quotable at 7 to 8c for large and 8 to 9c per lb. for small. Mutton—Quotable at 7@Bc per lb, Lamb—Quotable at 10c per 10. Pork—Live hogs on foot, grain fed, medium, 5 c per lb. The Ladies' Favorite Beverage. The most refresliins,nourishing and invigorat ing drink ladies can make use of is "BLUE RIBBON" Beer, which is especially beneficial to nursing mothers and Invalids. It 1b tbe mildest and most agreeable tonic. Send or ders to CALIFORNIA WINE CO., Sole Agents, 222 8. Spring st. Telephone 110. 9-1 ltf MAN HOOD RESTOR ED. w A 'd A f 1 i' o s". *h 13 WriltenGuaranlco iSw to cure uli Nervous Dls- Memory, Loss of Brain Waki fulness. Lost Man jrtfwMU**ffiV%% hood, Nervousness, Las „ « ~''' situde. all drains and Before & After Use. low „r power of the Photographed from life. Generative Organs, In mmmmj either sex, caused by over-exertion, youthful.lnclescretlous. or the oxcesslte Bsc ol tobocoo, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately lead to Infirmity, Consumption und Insanity. Put up In convenient form to carry In the vest pocket Price SI a package, »r 0 lor (5. With every to order we ptlve a written truaraaiteo to core or refund tbe money. Sent toymairto any uddrcss. Circular free. Mention this paper. Address, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Office for V. 3. A -358 Dearborn Street. CHICAGO. ILL. FOR SALK VS liOS ANGELES, CAL., BT n. Germain, Drunttat, 128 So. Spring St. A RARE OPPORTUNITY. FOR SALE-19 ACRES OF THE BEST LAND in Los Angeles, situated 1% miles from University, on castside of Western avenue, one half mile south of the Santa Monica U.K., and known as Slaughter Place. Fine large barn, 40t50,and two stories high; house 7 rooms; ilovving well and also fine windmill and tank; 700 bearing apricot trees—crop sold for $3400 last year; 100 beariug pear trees; 18 orange trees; 50 poach trees; 100 apjile trees; 200 trees beariug otherdeciduous fruit; 2 acres gum grove cud 4 acres of pasture. Must be sold on account of illness within the next 00 days. Price, $15,000. Apply to P. NEUHART, 151 S. Broadway, or FRANK SLAUGHTER, on the premises. Terms to suit, 92 2m ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of The Los Angeles Electric Com pany will be held at the company's ofllce. No. 218 North Main street, room 14, Los Aneelcs, Cal., on Tuesday, the 20th instant, at 3 o'clock p.m., for the pumose of electing a board of five directors to serve for the ensuing year and until their successors shall have been elected and qualified, and also to transact suoh other business asjnay be presented for their con sideration. W. R. BLACKMAN, Secy. Los Angeles, Cal., October 3,1891. 10 4 td Naud's Warehouse. GRAIN, WOOL, —Aito- General Merchandise Warehouse. ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL. 7-U-U White Rose flour can be had at Jevne's. SPECIAL. FAST TRAIN. PERRIS WIUTCELEBRATE THE COMPLETION OF ITS IRRIGATION SYSTEM. THE ONION OF BEAR VALLEY WATER AND PERRIS VALLEY LAND. The pressure pipe line carrying water from the Great Bear Valley Reeer • voir, in San Bernardino Mountains, to the Perris Irrigation District, over forty miles in length, has been completed and the people of Pefris Valley • will celebrate the important event by holding a XIGRAND WATER FESTIVAL !lx> 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 tbe handsomely uniformed Valley City Band, of Perris. Free carriages to visit gold mineß, 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 US IN THE CELEBRATION OF THIS GRAND ACHIEVEMENT! See Ihe First Irrigation District in Ban Diego county to sccute water under the Wright Act. See the Valley where Water has increased the Value oi Land Two Hundred per cent. 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 Land with a gilt-edge water right can be bought at 1(50 to $80 per acie. See the Sparkling: Fountains! See the Growing- Town! See the Lovely Valley! Trains leave First-street depot at 8 a.m. Return same day. Bound trip, 12.35. 1 10-1 7t Apply SANTA FE OFFICE. WE HAVE IN STOCK THE NEW .So I 0 BJSSELUS ss! IL \lt Built for long usage % CO Oi I r —. l_j And large surfaces. >-« Li-J I P W Just as 8 <3 " H PH Easy-running- -g pq | ■ k__< ► —«. And convenient <3 r 1-5 z; 1 As the -§ S Ordinary house g £ 'Sweeper, yet % £ —-j Twice its length and < £ I £7 Strength, anil "jg CO £ r-H Durability. bp O Try one. £ OraniTG Land ! $100 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 TROY LAUNDRY, Herts, 571, 573 till 575 Sorth lain Street Telephone No. X MAIN OFFICE, DNDER LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, FIRST AND SPRING STREETS TJiess Shirts and Lawn Tennis Suits and Tennis Shirts Neatly Done. REMEMBER When You arc in Need of Siloes that L f. &ODIN MS REMOVED HIS shoe store: TO 104 North Spring Street. Sole Agent for W. L. Douglas Shoes. 9-26 cod z w hum MI SFRIILI you h°i' ,aT « '"^J"^**""^ cause it is practical" and / durable. design; Its neatness ol ; v - ! ■ appearance; light .. ,^2jJ^' SflUaaflfWs:- weight i 4 lbs.) and won ' sir l ?' ""■" - derful work, have made the favorite - ~ B * A - KKIAKII ' w - , .-, s.,i.th Spring St. RUSSELL Sc KOEBERLE, PATENTEES. VOLUNTARY TESTIMONIALS GIVEN TO DR. WOH! The Eminent Chinese Physician. Dr. Woh'a lile work has been from early youth one ol persistent 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 fa China, of influential parents, of a family whose ancestors have been for genera tions deservingly 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 iv the Imperial Hoppital, and in America for a long time his great number of patients, bis 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 years I have been troubled with , Won was recommended to me by- a friend, lung disease, which finally ended in asthma 1 ha T be f n troubled for years with indigestion, and consumption causing fearful headaches and vertigo, making I consulted with the best physicians I could my ( Uf i on , e , o ' miß .ery. } tr }fd and paid the find, but they did me no benefit, but on the b f ßt Physicians without relief Finally, to contrary I got worse and worse, until I was told B leasi! ms 'J rien i i '. 1 v i lllte , < L Dr - Woh . at hu ol * by one of them I could not recover. Dr. Woh flee , and he advised with me and gave ma took me in this condition. He has in two medicines. This wa. but six weekß ago. To months' time entirely cured me. I most day I can gladly and sincerely say that he has cordially recommend him to ail sufferers. entirely cured me. MRS. F. WKBSEL, .„ Hl , .„„, C ?A RLESHEI LM A NN, 325 Boyd St., Los Angeles, Cal. April 3,1891. 331 Court St., L. A., Cal May Ist, 1891. _, . . ~ ... ... I bave 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 dropsical swellings of my feet and limbs I en- scribed for me. * 9 deayored in every way to find relief but failed, Two months ago I began his treatment ml I until four weeks ago I began using Dr. Woh's can now certify that he has done mejr »t medicines. Now; lam perfectly well and cured good. I recommend Dr. Woh to my friends a of a sickness of three years's standing Ido an able doctor. recommend Dr. Woh to all ray sick friends. p E KINO , on . MISS JESSIE M. FIELD, Justice of the Peace, june 10, 1891. San Bernardino, Cal. Burbank, CaL . .P r - 0D nas 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 are cordially invited to call upon Dr. Woh at his office, 227 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Between Second and Third streets, 4-5-su-tu-th-sa Loi Angeles, Cal. DR. WONG'S n| SANITARIUM : 713 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. All kinds of Chinese herbs and medicines for sale. The best accommodations for those desiring to remain at the Sanitarium for treatment. Everything under the personal supervision of Dr Wong Consultations absolutely free. The following are a few of the testimonials of natienti cured by him; *^ One year ago I was taken sick. I employed Three years ago I got injured in the bin I three doctors for months, but none benefited employed three different doctors, none of whom me in the least. They told me that I had a relieved me. At last 1 Ixcame drawn over fever, also that my spleen was the seat of my was unable to dress myself, and' mv sufferini? disease, and again that my trouble was all in was just all I could bear, lt was annarent that my bladder. Finally, as the result of an oper- If 1 could live I would be a eripnle for life at ion, I suffered untold agonies. Then I took Dr. Wong relieved mo of all suffering' and meoicineof Dr. Wong, and he got me to mv I was able to diess myself in three days I usual weight and strength in two months, went to work in five days; in one month Iwm though ray friends considered I was likely to completely cured. I have had no return of the die any day for the first week that I was in the trouble. Dr. Wong said that there was dead hands of Dr. Wong, who says that my disease blood settled In the muscles of the hip that was blood polsonli g, which was produced by would in a short time cause paralysis and loi k the operation or butchery I was subjected to. jaw. Experience and observation leads me to be- N McDOWKII lleve that Dr Wong has no equal as a physi- ltlw Third «t clan in America. W. J. ASHLE V, Los Angeles Cal Mt.Vernon, Tex.; present address, Whittier, August29,lB9o f"** ■ November 2, 1890. j -■- Hmdrediof similar testimonials ran be seen at the Sanitarium. DB. WONG Ins cor d over 2(100 people who were afflicted with nearly every form of the vaiious diseases tbe humi B flesh is heir to. 7