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EXCHANGE REVIEW. New Yobs.Nov.3o.—The stock market today opened weak. Latfr moat stocks advanced. The strong features were Industrials, especially Chicago gas. The close was quiet and firm, the most active Hocks showing slight gaina for the day. Chicago gas is up V^c. Government bonds firm. money yOOTATIONS. Naw York, Nov. 30 —Money on call easy; closiug offered at 3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, MCM per cent. Sterling Exchange,barelysteady;6o-day bills $4.80' ~ demand X.98%. DAB SILVER. New York, Nov. 30—Bar illvor, per ot., 94i,ic. San Francisco, Nov. 3.—Bar allvor, 9 4',/a) 94;-<o per ounce. San Fbancisco, Nov. 30.—Mexican dollars, 74®74%C STOCKS AND BONDS. Haw Yobk, Nov. 30—Closing quotations were aa followa: »0. B. 4a. Reg 116V4 N. Y. Central... .114% •J. 3. 4a. coup .117% Oregon Imp't 21 0. S. 2i. Reg 10O>5 Navigation 75 •Pacific 6s 108 Pacific Mall 38 Atchison 43 Pullman Palace.. 77U Canada Paciilc... 87 Reading 3U% Canada Sou 61 Rock Islam! 84y» Central Pacific... 31 Bt. Paul 70% Burlington 1011., St. Paul St Omaha 37!* Lackawanna 137w Texas Pacific 12 Denver 4R. G pfd 43W Union Pacific... 41^ Erie 30Y S V. S. Express ... 44 Kan. St Texas..'.. W'A Wells, Fargo & Co. 139 Lake Shore 125' i Western Union... 82% L. A N 7814 Am. Cotton 0U... 29 Mich. Central.... 1074 Terminal 10% Mlssonri Pacific. 60,8 Oregon Short Line 23k Northern Pacific. 251* Lead Trust W% N. P. Preferred... 70% Rio GrandeWst'n. 42 Northwcstorn 117* i Preferred 73 N. W. Preferred.. 140 Do. firsts 78 JR *Ex. Interest. Boston, Nov. 30-Closing prices: A. St T. R. R 43',iMc». Cent. Com. 20.. Burl. St Qulney . San Diego 10% Bell Telephone .199 | MINING SHARES. Haw Yoas Nov. 30.—Mining iharea were as followa: Alice 1.25 Iron Sliver 1.26 Best & Belcher. 2.15 Mexican 2.15 Chollar 1.25 Ontario 38.00 Crown Point ... 1.00 Ophlr 3.10 Con. Calif. Va.,.. 4.70 Plymouth 2.25 Deadwood 1.80 Potosl 1.70 Eureka Con 1.75 Savage 1.20 Gould St Curry.. 1.15 Sierra Nev 2.30 Hale A Norcroas 1.25 Standard 1.05 Homestake 10.50 Union Con 1.75 Horn Sliver 3.90 Yellow Jacket.. 1.30 Ban Francisco, Nov. 30.—Following are the closing prices Belcher 1.55 Peerless. 15 Best & Belcher. 2.15 Potosl 1.60 Chollar 1.30 Ophlr 3.10 Coa. Virginia. 4.60 Savage 1.20 Confidence 2.25 Sierra Nevada... 2.30 Gould St Curry.. 1.25 Union Con 1.80 Hale St Norcroaß 1.25 Yellow jacket.. 1.40 Peer 20 Jrocker 05 Locomotive 05 | San Francisco Market Review. Bam Francisco, Nov. 30.—The produce mar kets were quiet this morning, and prices of the leading cereals were weak but mostly nominal, aa there was little or no trading. There is no demand for export wheat at present, a major ity of the leading shippers having almost en tirely withdrawn from the market. Barley is also very quiet, there being little or no demand for feed descriptiona. Oats and corn are very dull aud weak and prices unchanged. Bran waa reduced tl per ton this morning. The fresh fruit market is dull and weaker. Berries scarce, and prices Irregular. Grapes easier. Choice apples and winter pears alone command top quotations. Citrus fruits are in fair supply. The vegetable market Is quiet and dull, with little demand for anything. String beans arc scarce. Tomatoes easier and plentiful. Pota toes steady, with slow reduction In surplus stock. Onions weaker, ■ The dairy produce market is fair for all kind of butter with easy tone in prices. Choice fresh eggs are plentiful and weak. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, Nov. 30. — Wheat dull and weaker, the opening being lower than closing lig uresof Saturday; became easy, and declined V«c more; rallied '/dj}%c; fluctuated slightly, and closed about lower than Saturday. May futures commanded from 7@7i4c premi um over December, and closed at 7!ic pre mium. Receipts, 2,520,000 bushels: shipments 1,321,000 bushels. Chicago, Nov. 30,-Close: Wheat, easy: cash, 9VK; December, May, 92%® 93. Corn-Firm; cash. 74; November, De cember, 64J„; May, 42?- 8 . Oats— Steady; cash,34^; December,3l%; May, 32J4«?32%. Barley-Quiet, 58359. Bye-Easy; 92. Flax-Firm; 90H- The British Grain Trade. London, Nov. 30 — The Mark Lano Express says: English wheat declined Is; foreign wheat also dropped is. Barley, oats and In dian corn declined 6s 9d. OTHER GRAIN MARKETS. San Francisco, Nov. 30.—Wheat, hrm; buyer season, 1.92%, Barley—Firm; buyer season, 1.20?4; buyer '91, 1.14. Corn—l.4s. Liverpool, Nov. 30.—Wheat: Dull, in poor demand. No. 2 red winter, 8s 7d per cental, steady; No. 2 red spring, 8s steady. Corn—Dull: steady; spot, 6s, 3>fd; Decem ber, 6s l*Bid; January, 5s 4d. General Markets. Haw York, Nov. 30.—Hops: Firm; Pacific coast, 15(0.21. Coffee—Options closed steady, lower. Baler, 32,000 bags. December, 11.90&11.95 Jan uary, 11.65(0)11.70. Spot Rio firm; No. 7,13%. Sugar—Raw about steady. Refined easy. Copper—Quiet: lake, Decemcer, 11.00. Tin—Steady; Straits, 19.90. Load—Nominal; Domestic, 4.25. Chicago, Nov. 30—Pork steady; cash 8.20 @8.25; December, 8.20 X; January, 11.12U® 11.20. Lard—Steady; ca*ii, 7.0097.05; December, 6. January 6.17®6 Shoulders—4. 12W<J|4.25. Bhort clear—s.9s®s6.oo. Short rib5—5.50(0)8.75 Chicago, Nov. 30 -Whlakey-1.18. Petroleum. New York, Nov. 30 — Petroleum closed at 58. Ton know you are getting a fine article when you buy Dr. Henley's Celery. Beef and Iron. f LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. [The quotations given below are Los Angelea wholesale selling prices. The prices paid pro ducers rule a little lower, due allowance being made, ol course, for wholesalers' profits.] Provisions. Hams—Rex, 12Wc: Lily, 12V$c. Bacon—Rex, 12S£c; Lily, 12V£c. Salt Pork—Dry, lOJ^c. DaiED Beef —Hams, 10J4c: insides, 12U. Labd—ttcflned, 3's, BJ.,c; s's, 84,; 10's, 50's, 7&c; special bran*, pure leaf, higher all around. Mill Product*. Flour-Los Angeles XXXX, $5.20 per bbl; Capitol Mills, $5.20; Sperrv's, $6.00; Crown, $6.00; Victor, $0.00: superfine, $3.50; Graham, $2.00. Mill Feed—Bran, per ton, $21.00; shorts, $26.00; cracked corn per cental, $1.20; rolled barley, $1.15; mixed feed, $1.15; feed meal $1.25. Grain and Hay. Barley—Per cental, $1.15. Corn—Large yellow, per cental, $1.15; small yellow, $1.15. Oats—No. 1, percental, $1.50. Wheat—No, i, per cental, 41.90; No. 2, $1.70. Hay—Oat No. 1, $10.00®! 1.00; wheat No .1, 11.00®12.00: barley No. 1, email@example.com; alfalfa No. 1, 10.00; No. 2 grades, $1 lower all around. Straw—Barley, per ton, $6 00; wheat, $5.00. Poultry and Egg*. Poultry—Hens, $4.75®5 00 per doz.; young roosters, $firstname.lastname@example.org; old roosters, $1.50; broilers, $3.00®3.50; ducks, $5.00<a>5.00; geese, 75e®51.50 per head; turkeys, l7®lßc. per pound. Bogs—Fresh ranch, 37@38c.:eastern, 27@28c Dairy Products. Butter—Fancy roll, 67;«a70o; choice, CO® 65c; fair, 45055 c; eastern, 30(3340. CHEESE —Eastern, 14@14>Tc; California, large. small, 15&®16c; three-pound hand, 10;a®l7c. Honey and Beeswax. Honey—Comb, lib forms, 13®15c; extract ed, Bees w a x -23@'25c. THK LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 1, 1891. • Nuts. Almonds—Soft shell, 15@16c; paper shell, 18(i920c; hard ihell. o®Be Peanuts —Raw. 34-00 per tb; roasted, 5(48c. Walnuts-Hard shell, 6@3c; soft shell, ' 9@llc. Dried Fruits. Apples—Evaporated, 9(MlOe. A pricots--Bleached, 6(tt>B; sun dried. 5@7. Ftas—California, 1 1 0)10 Peaches—Fancy evaporated, unpeeled, 7f<*Rc; peeled, 14foeTGe; sun diled, unpeeled, s(_)7c. PRtiN«B-Fancy,B®loc: choice, 7(p)H. Raibins —London layers, $L.G0(551.75; loose Muacatels, $1 00@J1.25 per box; Sultana, seed less, 8c per lb. Fresh Frultn. Ari'i.ES—Local, per box, Jl 00 •: 1.50; eastern, per bbl. $4 50W5.00. Cbanberbies—Per bbl. $10.00fn)10.50. Lemons—Cured. $2.5tfa)4 per box; uncured, $1.50(<t)2.25. Peaks—Perlb, 2@3c. Miscellaneous. Beans—Pink, $2.26(0)2.75 per 100 lbs; limas, $email@example.com; navy, small, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Gar van/.os, *3..'>of.t 1 00 Cabiiai.kk—Per 100 lbs, $1.00. Onions—Per 100 lbs, 75@90c. Potatoes—Ordinary, per 100 lbs, 50@$1.00; choice Burbanks, $1.25. Bweet Potatoes—Per 100 lbs, 05(0)75c Tomatoes—Per b0x,05(0)75e. Fresh Meats. Beep—Per lb. 4K<9sc. Mutton—Per lb. 7(»8c. Lamb—Per lb. 9@loc. Pork—Per lb. 7c. Veal—Perlb. 7@loc. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Monday, Nov. 30. 1891. Nathan, Abraham, Lessen. Isaac and Charles Jacoby to George Rice-Lots 16 and 21 bl B, Marengo trt, 551—5 and water; $5930. Glendora Land and Water Co to Asa N Lelaud et ux —Lot 18 bl XX, Glendora 15-75; $770. Amos Blxby to Henry C Uillon—Lots 23 25 and 27 bl 107 19-01; $3000. Sheriff Gibson to FA Maraton—B 65 ft lot 39 and 565 ft W 31 ft lot 40, Mullen's trt 5-360 and water; $1703.72. Long Beach Land and Water Co to Winnie L Palmer—Lot 40 bl 12 ocean Front add to LoDg Beach 28—67; $100. Charles M Parker, executor estate" of Chas B Warren, deed—Certain land commencing at point W line Franklin aye 22 ft from SIC car lot 5 Kccleston's sub E lot 11 bl 0 San Posqual trt 15—63; thence westerly parallel 8 line said lot ft 120 ft to a point; thence northerly along W line said lot 5, 60 ft to point; thence easterly at right angles 120 ft to point; thence south erly along X line said lot 5, 60 ft to point of be ginning; $1. Charles L Smith to Leander O Smith- NW'i sec 26 T 8 N Rl4 W, 8 B M, 160 acres; $1600. A R West to Harry E Schofleld—Lots 4 and 5 Peck's sub bl 50: also lots 18 and 19 Peck's sub bl 49 San Pedro; $300. A 1) Childress to W W Wlllett— Lot 3 block 14 New York tract Garvanza 19—85; $100. F C Howes and David Urmston to Wm G Pen nebaker—Lots 22 23 and 24 block 1 Urmston tract 11—10; $6SO. Wm Collier to Margaret C craham—Lots 5 and 6 block 4 Collier & Graham's add South Pasadena 12— 80;$500. International Mining Syndicate (Limited) and Geo R Shatto et ux to Edwin J Whitney— Lots 12 and 13 block 8 Avalon 34—67; tl. John C Johnson et ux to Charles (' Kregeto— E 26 acres SW V 4 sec 20 TINR9WSB M, and water; $5200. Mrs Beulah Brown to H C Thomas—W 40 ft lots 26 27 and 28 block 3 Diamond street tract 23—100; $150. F H Brakesuhler to True (' Noramore— Lot 1 block A Rosedale tract 71—13; $650. AEClarket ux to Wm T Clark—Lots 13 14 17 18 and N \< t 16 McComas sub Pomona 13— 32; $6100. Centinela Inglewood Land Co to L Hilpert— Lots 2 and 5 block 250 and lot 1 block 251 Inglewood 35-19; $2100. Pomona Land and Water Co to 8 Bisbce—Lot I block 13 San Antonio tract San Bernardino county, and water; $1350. Ralph Rogers to W J Webb—Lot 9, bl P, Gar vanza add No 1, 9—45; $5. Mrs C A Ford and husband to John P Jones- Lots 1 and 2, George II Beach's sub bl B, The Palms, 31—29; $200. Johu T Jones to 8 White—Lot 1, bl 13, Brook lyn trt. 3—316; 1500. Guernsey D Root to H X Gregory— V/]4 lot 115, sub E 12,000 acres S) ; . Rancho ex-Mission of San Feruaudo, 31—39, lights to lay pipes re served; $2500 A M Eatey et "ux to Mate A Farnsworth—Lot 4, bl 2, Wright's sub Sister of Charity trt; $1000. Leu J Thompson, city tax-collector, to A Me cartney—Lot 7, 8 Ybarra trt; $19.73. A Mecartnev to Kerckhoff-Cuzner Mill and Lumber Co—Lot 7, Y'barra trt, 3—274; $125. I'rovidencia Land .Water and Development Co to John Rebman—lx)ts 1, 3 and 5, bl 43, and lots 8, 10 and 12, bl 29, Burbank, 17—19; $5. Fred M Smith et ux to Fannie A Harcaust—E 34 ft 3 in lot 35 and W 15 ft 9 in lot 33, Ellis trt, 10—91; ffOOOO. H L Wicks and W J Smith to Philip Froscarl— Lots 18 and 20, bl 6, East Los Angeles: tl. Mrs Marilla Belden and Mrs Louise Hudgin to Silas S Woodard—Lot 4, bl C, replat "hornas St Wotkins sub Bennett trt, 18—38: $75. . H L Macnell, trustee, to H J McLcrie, bl 191, 40acres Maclay Ro ex-Mission de San Fernan do, 27-5, $6000. Conrad Schcerer to Louisa C Scheerer, his wife—Lots 9 and 10, Zellner's sub part block 8, Los Angeles Homestead tract, 31—18; love and affection. Los Angeles Cemetery association to M Sanders—Lot 5080, Evergreen cimetery, 13—450: $100. Wm P Davis to Mary J Davis, his wife—Lots M and N hi 122, Santa Monica, 3—80; love and affection. Mrs C Pople to 0 F Strong—Lots 24 and 25 bl 115. Ban Fernando, 2—591: $100. P<: Tonner to A A Alvarado—l acre land in Burdock's add to Pomona; also lot 2 Alvarado tract, Ro San Jose and water, 37—49; $5. P (' Tonner to Jose M Alvarado—Lot 4 Alva rado tract, Ho San Jose, 37—49, with water; $5, j [Same to Tomas Alvarado—Lot 3, as above; $5. Same to Joecfa A de Ybarra—Lot 1, as above;ss. Mis E J Tanner to L Lichtenberger. lots 1, 2 and 3, block 12, South Santa Mouica, 3—B; $20. Nancy E Peak to Francis L Wilkinson, com mencing at point on north line Washington street 122% ft w of nw cor San Pedeo and Washington sts; thence in n direction and parallel with Sau Pedro st 220 ft to line Bchool lot; then w along line said school lot 56 ft: thence s and parallel with Ban Padro st 220 ft II line Washington at 50 to point of begin ning: $300 A M Esty et ux to Rosa E Mathews, lot 3 block 1 Wright's sub sisters of Charity tract; $1000. Edwin Smith, trustee, »o James Vandivort. —Lot 58, West End Terrace tract, 22—33; $400. summary. Total number of transfers 42 •With nominal consideration 13 Total consideration $43,386.45 Note—Figures separated by a dash represent the book and page of miscellaneous records. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla if you want an honest, reliable medicine Do not take any other, which is alleged to be "about the same" or "just as good." Insist upon hav ing Hood's Sarsparilla, which is peculiar to itself. Bold by aU druggists. Try it. O, What a Cough. Will you heed the warniDg? The signal per haps ol the sure approach of that more terrible disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves if you can afford for the sake of saving 50c. to run the risk and do nothing for It. We know from experience that Shlloh's Cure will euro your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not be without it. For lame back, side or cheat, use Shlloh's Porous Plaster. Sold wholesale by Haas, 3aruch;& Co., and all retail druggists. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Is it not worth the small price of 750 to free yourself of every symptom of these distressing complaints? If you think so call at our store and get a bottle of Shlloh's Vitalizer; every bot tle has a printed guarantee on it; use accord ingly, and if it does you no good it will cost you nothing. Bold wholesale by Haas, Baruch '& Co., and all 'etatl druggists. Barley Crystals At Jevne's. Try Wesner for anythii g in the line of fine photos. 127 West First street. " WORTH £. GUINEA A BOX." ; > ;! Complying with general re-J« i! quest,. . | j I BEECHAM'S PILLS 1! 11 will in future for the United ! ;! States be covered with a! > ii Quickly Soluble, i i Pleasant Coating, ii completely disguising the;; ;; taste of the Pill without in any ] I i; way impairing its efficacy.!j 1 ; Price 25 cents a Box. \ 1 i New York Depot 365 Canal Street. ' [ All Shrunk Up sS O-^^^l-^ —the flannels that are washed JggSS—without Pearline; besides, they're worn out by hard rub- bin g- Wash flannels with X \ ' Pearline, and they will be , / 4&i/ s v} s °f ter ' brigher and better. They \ ' ast twice as long; they vi " *' l<e new w ' ii,< '' tlie y ;ist " E ver y package tells _ t fy%\W/ /, how it's done ; do as it says, V/ \ V anC * Xt c c^one we^' As one wash is sufficient to ruin flannels, great care g B *r> -g I, J—>f /**fc 4V* should be exercised as to the use of the many imitations f B **\ II %J f*l' which ate being offered by unscrupulous grocers or V/Ji peddlers. i»l JAMES PYLE, New York. THE COURTS. Superior Court. DEPARTMENT ONE. People vs Ben F Hunsaker—Ordered that bail bond be forfeited; bench warrant isßued. People vs J O Lotspeich—Set for trial Dec 5 People vs Wah Sing—Set lor trial Dec 28. People vs Wm F Steack—Contd to Dec 19. People vb Miguel Samousct—Contd to Dee 22. People vs J C Reffell— Plea of guilty to three counts of burglary; senteueed to one year in each case. DEPARTMENT TWO. First Natl bank of Pasadena vs Palmateer— Ordered submitted on briels. Est of B Cohn—Hearing resumed; contd to to day. DEPARTMENT THBEE. MaECftrcl vs Clinton—Judgment for pltff for $35,000. McDonald vs Clinton—ludgmcnt for pltfl for $6000. DEPARTMENT FOUR. Hunter vs Vinton et el—Judgment for plt'ff. DEPARTMENT FIVE, Grove vs Mulkcy et al—Decree for plt'ff on foreclosure. Wm. F. N'ordholdt vb John F. Xordholdt—Ar gument on motion for new trial heard and cont'd to Monday next for further argument. DEPARTMENT SIX. People vs Ah Tet—On trial. People VS Ed L. Baker—Motion in arrest ol judgment denied—motion for new trial submit ted and time of sentence cont'd to Dec 12th. Today's Calendar. SUPERIOR COUBT —DEPARTMENT ONE. People vs Geo. Abbott, DBPABTtf ENT TWO. Est and guard! of the Blxby minors—Pet for Bale of realty. Est of Geo. P. Ham—Conf Bale of realty. Et of E. W. Reddick—Acc't and dist. Est of Antonio Abila—Acc't and dist. Est of Jas. B. Pyatt— Probate of will. Est of J. A. Mendoza—Pet tor sale of per prop. Est of E. W. F. Kehle—Conf sale of realty. Est of Wm Smart—Pet for sale of realty. Est andguards of Sarah Tower—Pet for sale of realty. Est of Jean Baron—Acc't and dist. Est of B. Cohn—rupplemental acc't. DEPARTMENT THREE. Calendar clear. DEPARTMENT FOUR. Kellogg vs. Cochran. DEPARTMENT FIVE. Northam vb. Morrison. 1.. A. Co. vs. Reyes et al. DEPARTMENT SIX. People vs. Ah Tet. Childs vs. Welch. New Sulta. State Loan and Trust Co. vs. Robt. Fletcher et al—Foreclosure of mortgage for $300. Savings Bank of Southern Cal vs. Geo. p. Bessonett—Foreclosure of mortage for $2500. City of South Pasadena vs. Los Angeles Ter minal Railway Co—Suit to compel the com pany to run twelve trains daily to South Pasa dena, at a fare not to exceed 30 cents for the round trip to this city, and also to provide for the care of water, or for an injunction against the defendant. _. - CANCER HOSPITAL, C / _~. 2H W.Ann st. Offlce, V 129 S. Spring Bt. No — jm A knife or pain. Cure N«9 guaranteed. Testi -3m monials and treatise sent free. Come and at \ see many wonderful . j-" V \ cures in this city. * B. R. CHAMLBY M.D. MANHOOD RESTORED. i " SANATIVO," the I Wonderful Spanish _N 8 AVritter.Guarnntee /L., «y to cure aU Nervous Dis- *Zf eases, such os Weak $j Memory, LOB 6 ■ f r.raiu P° wcr * Headache, Wttkcfulucss. Lost Man- SltUde, all drains'and Before & After Uf>e. i<, ss of rower of the Photographed from life. Generative Organs, In ■ 11 urn iwii 1 H either lex, caused by over exertion, youthful Inilescretlons, or the excessive use of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately lead to Inflnnity, Consumption und Insanity. Put up In convenient form to carry in the vest pocket. Prlco »1 a package, or 6 for $5. With every 13 order we give a written Kuaranteo to cure or refund the money. Sent by mail to any address. Circular free. Mention this paper. Address, MADRID CHEMICAL CO,, Branch Office for U. S. A 358 Dearborn Street. CHICAGO, ILL. FOP. SALE IN LOS ANGELES. CAL., BY n. Germain, Druggist, 123 So. Spring St. NO COMBINATION. A Reputation Gained by Justice and Fair Dealing;. I desire the public to know that not at any time have I entered the MEAT POOL. First quality of meats of all kinds, both fresh and saiced, including sausages, at bedrock prices, viz: Roast Beef 7c to 10c Lamb Chops 10c Roast Pork 10c Boiled 8ee1... .4c to 6c Roast Veal 10c Corned Beef 6c Roast Mutton, lefts 9Uc Salted Pork, sugar Steaks 7c to 10c cured 10c Cutlets . . .10c to Leaf Lard 10c Pork Chops 10c Leaf Lard cooked in Mutton Chops 9c cam 100 Ham, Bacon and all kinds of prime cuts of meats retail at wholesale prlcei. Delivered free of charge In any part of the city. F\ LEVY, 202 AND 204 E. FIRST ST., LOS ANGELES. 11-6 lm Prices low for spot cash, or will sell on install ments. 481 SOUTH SPRING STREET, Between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Telephone 984. P. O. box 1921. 7-21-tf ESTABLISHED 1850. Southern California Branch New Zealand Insurance Company, FIRE AND MARINE, Of Auckland, New Zealand. Capital, $5,000,000. Unlimited liability of shareholders. Losses adjusted and paid In Los Angeles. No. 10.S Broadway, Loa Angeles, Cal. 10-28 eodlm FRANK E. WALSH, Manager. raKllmt, Los Angeles county/Cal.. a branch of the Con vent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Oakland, Cal. Thia institution, conducted by the Sisters oi the Holy Names, occupies one of the most picturesque sites In San Gabriel valley. It has features of excellence that specially recom mend it to public patronage. The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid, useful and ornamental education. For particulars, apply to the 8-3 12m LADY SUPERIOR KALBOMINING AND PAPERING, i STAB SIGN CO., 6-23 tf 222 Franklin AMUSEMENTS. Q.RAND INTERNATIONAL TTTTT V V OGG T U UG O T U UG T If U G TV UG T U UG GO S v ug a T IT UG G T UUU GGG 000000 FFFP OU 00 F 00 00 F 00 00 F 00 00 FF 00 00 F 00 00 F 00 00 V 000000 F W W W A RRRR W WWW AA R R WWWW A A R R W WW W A A R R WWWW A A RRRR WWWW AAAA R R WW WW A A R R WWA A R R WWA A R R Under the auspices of the LOS ANGELES | ATHLETIC * CLUB ! \ ....AT.... HAZARD'S PAVILION, ....0N.... DECEMBER 7th, Bth, 9th, iOth and lith, F08.... A * PURSE * OF :•: $700 ! BETWEEN GERMAN, FRENCH, AMERICAN, SPANISH, IRISH, and the POLICE DEPARTMENT Teams, of 10 men each. ADMISSION—SOc and 25c; no extra charge for reserved seats. Doors open at 7:30; exhibition commences at 8:15 o'clock. y M. 0. A. AUDITORIUM. : : . j —3: CONCERT ! i Under the auspices of THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF THE Y. M. C. A., ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 2, 1891, AT Y. M. C. A. AUDITORIUM. Tickets—so cents; children, 25 cents. —B—l—l NEN SALE —S- and ddd oo l l <.ss k "• fff a ii rrr D DO OL L 2 b " F AA II R E D DO OL L H SSo FF AA II RRR D DO OL L S H F AAA II R B DDD OO 1,1.1,1.LLLL SS F A All R B Given by the ladies of I MMANUEL CHURCH, In the Reception Room ol the Hollenbeck, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Dec. 4th and sth. Articles of Fancy Work and Home-made Candy will be on sale. NEW LOS ANGELES THEATER. H. C. Wyatt, Manager. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DEC. 4th and sth : • ; ALFRED WILKIE'S CELEBRATED : OPERETTA COMPANY! j PRINCIPAL artists: Miss Carrie M. Roma, prima donna; Miss May B, Thome, contralto; Mr. Alfred Wilkie, tenor; Mr. Jerome P. Porter, bass: Sig. L. Martinez, pianist and musical director. In the charming Operettas, THE SLEEPING QUEEN Balfe WIDOWS BEWITCHED Virginia Gabrial Brilliant music! Sparkling Dialogue 1 Humorous Situations! Songs! Duets! Trios! Quartets, etc. Popular Prices— $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c. CS. TRAPHAG ICS'S • NEW HAMMAM BATH 230 8. Main Street. For colds or coughs; for rheumatism; for malaria; for cleanliness; for health and happiness TAKE TURKISH BATHS. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. jq-EW VIENNA BUFFET. THE ONLY FAMILY RESORT 114 and 116 Court street, Opposite the old Courthouse, i. Kebkow, Prot FREE ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT Every night, and Matinee on Wednes day from 1 to 3 p.m. Family Entrance. Family Department. First appearance in Loa Angeles of the Talented Artist, MISS MAY ADAMS. The famous Berth's Ladies' Orchestra: Miss Marguerite Berth, Directress. PROF. PAYNE'S ACADEMY, COR. BROAD way and Sixth. ASSEMBLIES EVERY TUESDAY EVENING. ORGANIZING OF CLASSES Advance Ladies and Gentlemen— Monday evening, November 30. Classes now formed. Cut thia out. -z • : H. Hillbb, Pres't. 8. W. Hillbb, Sec. Los Angeles Lumber Co, DEALERS IN Lamber, Cement, Fire Brick and Clay, Etc.. SAN PEDRO ST., Bet Fourth and Fifth. Telephone 109. 9-29 tf P.O. Box 87. W. C. AIKEN, -HAROHITEOTK ROOM 12 BURDICK BLOCK, 10 16 3m Comer Spring and Secoad ita. VOLUNTARY TESTIMONIALS — 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 as 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 followed in the footsteps of his fathers. In China he has practiced his profession lor several years, being at one time a physician iv the Imperial Hospital, and in ! America for a long time his great number of patients, his wonderful and many i 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, j For a Jong time I have been suffering with I Dr. Woh was recommended to me by a friend, bladder and kidney troubles. No doctoring or \ I had been troubled for years with indigestion medicines seemed to do me good. I consulted i causing fearful headaches and vertigo, making the best physicians and surgeons in Los An- j my life one of misery. I tried and patd the gelescity. They gave me moruhlne and strong . best physicians without relief. Finally, te drugs, but no refief could I obtain. After buj- please my friend, I visited Dr. Woh at his ol erlng great pain and anguish, and having my flee, and he advised with me and gave me passage almost entirely clogged. I fourteen days ! medicines. This was but six weeks ago. To agobegan using Dr Woh's medicines: today I day I can gladly and sincerely say that lie hat am perfectly well. Ido consider Dr. Woh the , entirely cured me. most successful physician in Southern Cali- .CHARLES HEILMANN. fornia, C.A.STEELE. April 3, 1891. 331 Court St., L. A., Cal 316-318 8. Main atreet, • Oct. 13,1891. Los Angeles, Cal. In Cleveland, 0.. many months aco I caught I have tried many doctors for heart disease, a severe cold which settled on my lungs, ler- but have derived no benefit until Dr. Woh, the minating in asthma. The doctors said there Chinese physician, of Los Angeles city, pre was no hope of my recovery, but that a change scribed for me. to California might prolong my life. February Two months ago I began his treatment nd 1 last I came to San Bernardino and doctored can now certify that he has done me;r M with three physicians, but obtained no relief, good. I recommend Dr. Woh to my friends a Finally Dr. Woh was tecommended to me by a an able doctor. friend. I took his medicines and followed his P. E. KING, directions, and today I am fully cured and per- Justice of the Peace. fectly well. MISS GRACE M. FIELD, Burbank, Cal. October 30.1891. San Bernardino, 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 Calilornia. Hia 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 Li» Angelea, Cat, DR, WONG'S FAMOUS SANITARIUM 713 S. Main St., Los Angeles, CaL All kinds of Chinese herbs and medicines for sale. The best accommodations for those d« siriue to remain at the Sanitarium for treatment. Everything under the personal supervision ot Dr. Wong, consultation absolutely free. The following are a few of tbe testimonials of patient* cured by him. Nearly three years ago I waa sick with what able to work. He has taken only twenty-five European doctors called jaundice My skin, doses oi Dr. Wong's medicine tongue and the white of my eyes were as yellow MRS. C. GILLINGHAM-, as a sunflower. I conld not cat, drink nor 332 South Johnson st., Los Angeles, CaL sleep. August 22,1890. Dr. Wong's diagnosis was that my disease On November 30th last 1 was taken very siuk, originated from my spleen and had extended Bn< i f rom that time til May 23d I was treated to my heart. 1 took Dr. Wong's medicine ten by three different doctors. One aaid I had cm days: have taken no medicine aince, and enjoy o cr in the stomach, anothe- said I had clotted excellent health. A. M. A VILA, blood in the heart, the third aaid 1 had a cancer 1612 Brooklyn aye., Los ADgeles, Cal. orj the heart. August 22, 1890. When Dr. Wong came, on May 23d, I hod been miserable for fifteen days, and could not lift My son Charles, 17 years old, was aflllctea my hand. My eight children and neighbors with Inflammatory rheumatinn for several thought I woold die that day. The doctors who weeks; his joints were black and blue and very treated me said no power on earth could save much swollen: he could move neither hand nor me. Three days after 1 took the first medicine foot for tbree weeks; hia throat was swollen bo of Dr. Wong, I rode to his offlce (over one mile), that he could not speak and could scarcely and each day since I havecontinued tolmprove breathe. In strength and weight, and tor some weoka I All who saw him were confident he would have done nearly all my housework, die Dr. Woag'a medicine relieved Dr. Wong says my disease originated iv all palo in twenty hours; two dose* put him the stomach, caused by dead and dry blood, on nis feet, five doses pnt him in condition to My coildren have fouud in Dr. Wong's treal ilde to tluf doctor's office, and in eight days ment immediate aiid permment rel'ef. Charlie was walkiug without crutch or cane. August 22. 1890 MR3. C M. PARR*. 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