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FINANCE AND TRADE.
EXCHANOK RKVIRW. Niw Yobk.Dcc. 14.—The stock market today was irregular with an upward movement In the afternoon. The close was quiet and strong at about the hlgheßt prices of the day. Mis souri Pacific is up 1%, Rock Island 1%, sugar and New York Central l'„, Chicago Gas and Burlington 1 per cent. Government bonds firm. MONIIY uIIOTATtONS. Naw York, Dec. 14—Money on call easy; closing offered at 2 per cent Prime mercantile paper. 4%»0 per cent Btcrling Kxchange —Steady; 60-day b'.lls, |4.62\, d. 111 and M.i--I- 1 * BAB SILVER. Naw York, Deo. 14—Bar silver, per oj., 95% c. Ban FbaHCISCO, Dec. 14 -Bar silver, 95%® 95!£e per ounce. San Francisco, Dec 14.—Mexican dollars, 74%<a75!4c. stocks and bokds. Nbw York. Dec. 14,—Closing quotations were as follows: IJ S 4s. Reg 110!* N. Y. Central....ll7!i D. 8. 4s. coup. ..117)* Oregon Imp't 23 D 8 2s reg ....100 Navigation 78 Pacific OS 108!* Pacific Mail 86U Atchison 43! 4 Pullman Palace . 7»!< Canada Pacific... 90 Reading 38% Canada Sou 03!* Rock Island 86 Central Pacific... 31!* St. Paul 78% Burlington 105J* St. Paul A Omaha 3"% Lackawanna 18812 Tenia pacific 11W Denver AR. G pfd 43'! i Union Pacific.... 41% Brio 30% U. 8. Express ... 51 Kan. A Texas 10, Wells, Fargo A Co. 130 Lake Shore 125 Western Union... 87 L. A N 80% Am. Cotton 0i1... 29% Mich. Central....lo8 1 , Terminal 11% Missouri Pacific.. 57% Oregon Short Lino 22 Northern Pacific. 24 Lead Trust 17% N. P. Preforrcd.. 67% Rio GrandeWst'n. 41!* Northwestern 114!* Preferred 72 N. W. Prof erred.. 139 Do.flrsts 78% N.American 16% American Ex... 14 BOSTON, Dec. 14.—Closing prices: A. 6 T. U.K.... 43%|Mox. Cent. Com. 21% Burl AQnlncy 101 !i SanDlcgo 16 Bell Telephone . 200 I iriaixa shares. Naw Yoa«, Di c. i i.—Mining shares wore as follows: Alice 1 25 lOntario 40 00 Best A Belcher. 2.00 -Ophir 2.75 Chollar ... 1.60 Plymouth 2.50 Con. Calif. Va.„. 4.00 'Savage. . 1.70 Deodwood .. 1.89 Hale & Norcroas 1.30 Gould & Curry.. 1.10 Sierra Nov 2.00 Homestake 10 75 Standard 1.15 Hornallvir 3.80 Union Con 1.45 IronSllvoi 1.30 Yellow Jacket.. 1,10 Mexican 1.75 San Francisco, Dec. 14.—Following are the Olcsing price;: Belcher 155 Peerless 15 Best & Belcher. 2.15 Potosi 1.55 Chollar 1.35 Ophir 2.80 Con. Virginia... 400 Savage ISO Confidence 2.25 Sierra Nevada... 1.80 Gould <Si Onrrv.. 1.18 Union Con 1.55 Hale & Norcross 1.40 Yellow jacket.. 1.10 Peer 20 1 Urocker 05 San Francisco Market Review. San Francisco, Dec. 14.—The produce mar kets were again quiet this morning, there be ing scarcely any trade at present. Wheat dull and weak, owing to decline in British market". Barley steady; corn and oats quiet, unchanged. No change in mill stuff's. The market for vegetables Is oulei. The sup ply of potatoes is being reduced, and sales are made at higher figures. Onions are coming in light, and prices arc firm. The market for fresh fruits is dull: little de mand for anything except grapes and apples, which as a rule arc pocr. Better grades of butler arc higher. Cboico ranch eggs doing better. Visible Grain Supply. NkwYoiik, Dec.|l4.— Following is a statement of the visible supply of grain in store and atloat Saturday, November 14th, as compiled by the New York produce exchange: Wheat, 42,254, --000 bushels, an increase of 00,000; corn, 3,050,000 bushels, an increase of 889,000; oats, 4,420,000 bushels, a decrease of 071,000; barley, 2,414,000 bushels, a decrease of 322, --000. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, Dec. 14.—Wheatquiet. Theopening was about the lame an Saturday's closiug, ad vanced !„c, sold off ';„c, rallied V t , advanced %, and the. closing was about J B c higher than Sat urday Receipts, 1,383,000 bushels; shipments, 550,000 bushels. Ohicaso, Dec 14.-Close: Wheat, steady; cash, 91K; May, 97 1 s 'a)9B. rr . Corn-Steady: cash, 54; December, 55; Janu ary, 4"!4; May,43Va. Oats—Steady; casn,32J ß ; May, 33VJ. Barley-Quiet; 59. Rye-Quiet; 88 Flax-Quiet; 94. oTHF.it oka::: MARKETS. Ban Francisco, Dec. 14.—Wheat, shade easier; buyer season, seller year, 1.77 U. Barley-Weak; buyer season, 1.16%; buyer year, 1.ll 1 /*; seller year, I.IOH. Corn—l.42^. Liverpool, Dec. 14— Wheat: Demand poor. Spring and winter firm at 8s Od. Corn—Holders offer futures moderately, but c supply of spot is in excess of the demand. Spot, easy, 5s 7d; December. 5s Od, easy; Janu ary, 5s 2;' id, steady ; February, 5s !<d, steady. The British Grain Trade. London, Nov. 30.—The Mark Lane Express says English wheat has fallen a shilling, large supplies. Barley, other cereals aud mill stuffs are lower from same cause. General Markets. New Y'oiik.Doc. 14.—Hops Arm; Pacific coast, 15@21. Coffee—Options closed steady, 5 to 10 points up. Sales. 11,000 bae«. December, 12.80(0)12 90. January, 12.35;ffi12 45; February, firstname.lastname@example.org; Match. 11 9IJ(»12.10; May, 11.75 ($ll.BO. Spot Rio steady; No 7. 13%. Bugar—Raw. casv. Fair refining, 3 1-1;:. Sales 900 bags ceutrifug lis, 96 lest, at 3 1-16. Refined dull. Copper— Steady; lake, Deeemser, 10.25. Leaa- Nominal; Domestic. 4.25. Tin—Easier; Straits, 19.90 Chicago, Dec. 14.—Pork steady: cash 8.12}:; January, 10 85; May, 11 S2M, Lard-Steady: cash, 0.00(30.05; January. 6.10: May, 0.55. Short rib 5—5.3533.50 Short c1ear—5.60(a5.65 Phouldei s-4 87H®4.80. Chicago, Dec. 14 —Whisky—l.lß. Petroleum. Nrw York, Dec. 14—-Petroleum closed at 59%. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. IThe quotations given below are l,os Angeles wholesale selling prices. The prices paid pro ducers rule a little lower, due allowance being made, of course, for wholesalers' profits.] Provisions. Hams—Rex, VZ'ic; Llly,l2Uc; eastern, 12J*c. Bacon—llex, 12% c: Lily. 12'4c; eastern,lO^c (Salt Pork—Dry, 9l£c. DltlKD BKBF—lnsides. 12W. I.Aun-Keflued, 3's, s's, 8%; 10's, BS*c: 50's, 7%c; special brand, pure leaf, higher all around. mill Products. Flour—Los Angeles XXXX, $5.20 per bbl; Capitol Mills, $5.20; Spenv's, $0 00; Crown, $0.00; Victor, $0.00: superfine, $3.!j0; Graham, $2.00. Mili, Feed—Bran, per ton, $24.00; shorts, W20.00; cracked corn per cental, $1.20; rolled barley, $1.15; mixed feed, $1.15; feed meal $1.25. ' Grain and Day. Barley—Brewing, $email@example.com; feed, 90® Corn—Large yellow. per cental, $firstname.lastname@example.org; small yellow, $1.10(31 20. Oats—No. 1, percental, $1.50. Wheat—No, i, percental, $email@example.com; No. 2, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hay—OatNo. l,sl4;wheut N0.1,514: bar ley No. 1, $14: alfalfa No. 1, $14; No. 2 grades, $1 lower all around. Straw—Barley, per ton, $0,00; wheat, $.000. Poultry and Eggs- Poultry—Hens, $5.00(0:5 50 per doz.; young roosters, $5.00(rc5.50; old roosters, $150; broilers, $3.25'g.3.75; ducks, ?'> 00(30.00; geese, $1.00 per head; turkeys, 10@17c. per pound. Boas—Fresh ranch, 30@32c; eastern, 23@27e Dairy Products. Butter— Fancy roll, choice, 60(3 fair, 45@55e; eastern, 30<334c. Cheese — Ea-teru, 14(o)15n: California, large. MWQiby&c; small, 15@10c; three pound hand, 10ig>17e. Honey and Beeswax. Honey—Comb, lib forms, 13(a)15c; extract ed, 6|4c. Beeswax—23@2sc. Nuts. Almonds—Soft shell, 15®10c; paper shell, 18(320c; hardlhell. 6®Bc. Peanuts—Raw. 3i<>sc per lb: roasted, s@Bc. Walnuts—Hard shell, 6(a)3c; soft shell, 9@llC. TIIE LOS ANGELES IIERALD: TUESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 15, 1801. Dried Fruits. Apples—Evaporated, 9®loc. a pricotb--Bleached, 6fa>B; sun dried. 5®7. Flos—California, 14 0)16. Peaches—Fancyevaporafd, unpeeled,7'»Ho: peeled, 14@10a; sun dried, unpeeled, s@7c. Prunes—Fancy, BfaUOc: choice, 7fa)B. Raibins— London layers, $1.50fa)*2.00; loose Muscatels, $1.00(a)t1<25 per box; Sultana, seed less, 8c per lb. Fresh Fruits. Apples—Local, per box, t1.00.'a;!,50; eastern, per bbl. $4 50f«5.00. Cranberries—Per bbl. 19.50Cd110.00. Bananas—Per bunch, 12.5093 50. I.kmonb—Cured, $2.5c®4 per box: uucured, 11.8092.25. Pears—Per lb, 2@3c. Miscellaneous. Beans—Fink) f2. 25(rfj2.75 per 100 lta; llmas, W.iO'iSU.OO; navy, small, 52.75@3 00; Gar vanzos, »3..Wa>4 00. oahiiaiikh—Per 100 lbs, »1.00. Onions—Per 100 lbs, (HNtytl.OO. Potatoes —Ordinary, per 100 lbs, 50@J100; Choice Burbanks, (1.25. Bwket Potatobs—Per 100 lbs, 90e(<$1.00. Tomatoes—Per box, 05(a)75c. Fresh Aleuts. Beef—Per lb. 4!V£jse. Mutton—Per lb. 7®Bc. Lamb—Per lb. 9@loc. I'oiiK—Per lb. 7c. Veal—Per lb. 7@loc. Read about Mullen, Bluett ,t Co. and the Pas adena Choral society, In this issue. TjjjTIWRTS. Superior Court. DEPARTMENT ONE. People vs E W Ross—Acquitted. DEI'A RTMENT TWO. Est of B Colin—Contd to Bee. 10th. Est of Jesus Soveiana—Pet for special letters of ad in granted. DEI'A KTMENT THRKK. Chaffee vs Jones—Decree lor plttl'on foreclos ure for $2278 00. German Havings and Lean society vs Gregory —Decree for plttl'on foreclosuio for $2400. Russcl vs Pacific Hallway Co —Order made di recting J X Crank, receiver, to pay to Mrs Nora T Russell the sum of J3OO in settlement of claims for damages. DEPARTMENT FOUR. Sullivan vs Moorehead—Findings and decree for pit ft. Barnard vs Wilson—Findings and judgment for pi tit' Davies vs Hutchinson—On trial. DEPARTMENT FIVE. Nordholdt vs Nordtioldt— Argument on mo tion for new trial. DEPARTMENT SIX. People vs Lem Gow—On trial. People vs Fldward L. Baker—Contd for sent ence to Monday, Dec. 2lBt; cer of Dr. If. Bert Ellis. Today's Calendar. SUPERIOR COURT—DEPARTMENT ONE. Calendar clear. DEPARTMENT TWO. EBt of B C. Kennedy. Est of X.c. Locke—Pet for leave to lease; conf sale really. Est of L. Wolfstein—Letters of adm. F3st of P. Schilling—Letters of adm. Est of J. G. Miller—Conf sale realty. F:st of C. Ilougbtelin— Probate of viill. Kstof A. M. Duncan— Final acet. F:sl of F. Capltanl—Letters of adm. Bat of Elizabeth Davies— Acct. Est of J. M. Griffith—Pet to set apart estate. Est of M J Stanley—Pet for leave to mort gaee. Est of J Bobenrcith—Supplemental acct. Est of A Ablia—acct and dist. Bit of M Holan— \cct. Est of I 8 Sherman—Pet for conveyance. DEPARTMENT THREE. Bailey vs s P Co. Beaudry vs LA Electric Ry co. Euchus vs L A Electric Rj co. DEPARTMENT FOUR. Haas vs Whittier et al. DEPARTMENT FIVE. Alderson vs Wildes. Cole vs Baruch et al. Habeas corpus Lavina Harris. DEPARTMENT SIX. Falkensteiu vs Ramona winery. Hewey vs 8 P R R Co. People vs Lem Your. New Suits. S Harrison Smith vs ('has Khrenfeld et al— Foreclosure of mortgage for SIOOO. Get a ticket of admission to the grand concert next Friday from Mullen. Bluett it Co. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Monday, Dec. 14, 1891. Clara Van Buren and husband to JasJ Ben der—Lot 5 Orange Belt, trt, 37—66; $3000. S A gfattison to Mrs MargarctaGoodwin—Lot 23 blk D, W Bonnie Brae trt 14—64; $1000. Wm H Hay to Mai y X navis—Lot 18 blk B RivaraA Vignolo trt 52-100; $2750, Alex A Seeoetger to Jas II Kew—Lot 17 Dab ney iSt Johsou'ssub sec 32 T 2 S. Rl4 W, S B M;$100. Jas II Kew to Daniel Freeman—Land as last above;sloo W A Pacaard et ux to Wm S Robinson—Lot 87 Mills it Wicks extension 2nd Bt 13—87; $25. J C Rust and Lewis Landreth—Lot 1 Rust & Landreth suu Juo M Tnomes Ro 26-17 and water; $50. J N Shttfer to F Walliu-Lot 20 blk 1 Damon i Millard's sub Shaw trt 19—45; $1. Gibson sheriff, to 8 T Coreer.i—4o.2 acres Ro Los Coyotes; $1050.9. International Mining syndicate, Geo It Cliatto et ux lo .las W Simmie—Lot 34 blk 33 Avalou, Catalina island, 34—07: $75. Wm C Moshi ret ux to PW II Walker—Lot 6, Allen'ssub Pasadena, 11—51, subject to mlg $1500; $600. Rudolph Mueller and Bertha Brosius to Wm H Bowman—Lot on 8W side First st, being part of garden of J Murut, 10—8; $15,500. Gibson, sheriff to W A Field—Lot 10 bl 2, Robsou tract, 13—7; $100 Jno F Muiray et ux to Edgar B Owens and Geo D Ostrom-12 acres in Sec 56,T IN, R 10 W, S B M, 231—180; $4000. Samo to D F Heudricksou—Land as last above; $2701. a Mecartuey to A Roos—Part of bl 31, Old's survey; $15u. M H Laiiterinau and husband to Frank E Walsh—Lot 17 bl A, Shaler aud Lan leniinn sub, Montague tract, L 9— 76: VI, ChosH Hamburg to Bopnla Mitchell —Lot 13 Id K. Pickering L & W Co sub jnj M Thomas Ro, 21—53: $900. Sreptn ii F llenrv to Jno H Rogers— of NW' j See V T 1 B,'R 10 W, S B M . $1000 .la- W Walker et ux to T P Frazer— l.jt 4 bl4, WashlngP a Villa tract. 24—38; $ '300, E L Wiltc et ux to Henry A WiUich—Lots 1 to s, «\ lues sub Highland Park trt, 18.— 9*i$10. . Vicenta Botlller de i Imrroudo to Toman de V bar rondo—Lots '7 a:ci 18 re-sub V\ idow liotil lir trt. 'A* —26; gift. E IC Leinbertter to Louise Terry—Lots 7 9 and 11 bl 4, Foothill trt, East Los Angeles. 5—532; $*. Robl Haidie to \V J Foley—L'ndJi 69 acres Ro San Antonio; $1. Jas M Worra.l to U P Jones—Lot 13 bl 7, sub Ela View trt, 22—81; 005. C G Harrison to Sarah J, his wife—l'ud!< lands In Tbe Palms $10. E II Sweetzer et ux to C G Harrison—Land as lHst above; $10 ThosOrr to Jno Fitzgerald—NE sec 22T 8 N X H W, * B M: $10. ICaspare Cohn et ux to Augusta Newmark— Lot 4 and 5, Hellniat.B sub bl 71, U S, 10—27: $7000 Jas H Adams to Sarah Adams—Lots 3 to 0 bl 3 and 6 37 acres lot 1 bl 4. Phillips trt; $1. In re estate David R Risley—Decree distrib uting said estate to Margaret A Risley. M G Aguirre, sheriff to Geo W Reynolds—Lot 12 bl I Atigeleflo Heights; $549.38. A W Rhodes to Edward Lloyd—Agreement to convey iot 7 bl 3, Downey Harvey trt, 10—77; $2.-)00. Chis II McArthur and W D Gould to Harry Carman—lo-150 interest in reservoir site, pipe line, etc., HiUaldtrt, 42—47: 111. Same to Florence Armstrong—Lot 5 Hillard 42—47, and water; $75' J. Catherine M llurdie to Samuel McKinley Jr —S 143 it lot 0 Freeman trt; $i2OO. Cyrus and R E Maholm to Dallas Bronson— Lot' 3 Finks sub Valenzuela trt, 18—9.;; $450. SUMMARY. Total number of transfers . 38 With nominal consideration 12 Total consideration $50,401.17 Note—Figures separated by a dash represent the book aud page of miscellaneous records. A Chamber of Horrors. Th apartment, to which the unhappy wretch is confined by Inflammatory rheumatism is in deed a chamber of horrors Appalling are the tortures inillct-d by this agonizing complaint, and those endured by persons suffering from milder forms of it are severe enough. Obsti- Date as it is in its mature development, it is surely remediable at the outlet with Hostettcr'a Stomach Hitters, an infinitely safer as well as more effective remedy than the polaonr of ten used to snoeue i... A ways should It be borne i" mind by those seeking relief from rheuma tism, thaVthough conquerable in the incipient Rtage, it is not only stubborn but dangerous when fully developed on account of its ten dency to attack the vital part*. Thia consid eration should lead to the eaily adoplion of curative nieasurea. The Bitters will overcome malarial, kidney, dyspeptic and bilious trouble. Get a ticket of admission to the grand concert next Friday from Mullen, Bluett & Co. Wesner'a photos are the bist. 127 West First street. MARINE NEWS. San Tedro, December 14,1891. Arrived—Noue. Sailed—Dec. 14, steamer Pasadena, Hamil ton, for Eureka. Due to Arrive—Dec. 15, steamer Pomona, Alexander, from San Diego and way, passen gers and merchandise to 8. P. Co : Dec 15, steamer F:ureka, Smith, from San Francisco ana way, passengers and merchandise to 8. P Co.: Dec. 16, Steamer Eureka, Smith, from Newport, passengers and merchandise, to 8. P. Co.; Dec. i 7, steamer Corona. Hall, from San Francisco aud way, pasbengers and merchandise, to B. P. Co. Due to Sail—Dec. 15. steamer Pomona, Alex ander, to San Francisco and way, passengers and merchandise to P. C. 8. S. Co ; Dec. 15, steamer Eureka, Smith, to Newport, passengers and merchandise, to p. c. 8. 8. Co : I'ec. 16, steamer Eureka, Smith, to San Fran<isc> aril way, passengers and merchandise, to P. 0. 8. 8. Co ; Dec. 17, steamer Corona, Hall, to San Diego and way, passengeis and merchandise, to I. C. 8. 8. Co. Tides—Dec 15: High water. 8:27 a m., 10 19 p. m ; low water, 2:31 a. m., 3:36 p. m. The way to make money is to Bave tt. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the most economical medicine to buy, aa it is the only medicine of which can truly be aald. "100 doses one dollar." Do not take auy other preparation if you have de cided to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla. You know you are getting a fine article when you buy Dr. Henley's Celery, Beef and Iron. Holiday Presents. In making your selections for Christmas and New Year presents do not forget the -'Kranich it Bach" piauos, of which the general agency is established at 122 South Spring street. This is the make of piano that took the first prize at the World's fair, and ranks today the leading piano of the world in every respect. Mr. A. B. Judkins will be pleased to explain every feat ure and quality possessed by these pianos, and will give you prices leas than any other first class piano can be sold for. He represents tbe factory direct. A large stock of sheet music, music books and musical instruments is being added to the alio tdy large stock which will be sold at prices to defy competition. Read about Mullen, Bluett & Co. and the Pas adena Choral society, in this issue. The I.os Angeles Lumber Co., On Sun Pedro street, between Fourth and Fifth are telling best English Portland cement ut lowest prices ever known in this market. ltiainarck Hlscuita At 11. Jevne's. Read about Mullen, Bluett it Co and the Pas adena Choral society, in this issue THE NEW ERA, No. 6 Court street. Fine wines and liquors. Ed Wenger, proprietor. Read about Mullen, Bluett i Co.'s show win dow in this issue. A CHRISTMAS PIG FREE! Anyone purchasing $20's worth of meat be tween now and Christmas will he given 8 line young sucking pig. Tickets given to each purchaser. 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 salted, including sausages, at bedrock prices, viz: Roast Beef 7c to 10c Lamb Chops 10c Roast Pork 10c Boiled Beef.... 4c toCe Roast Veal lOcjCornod Beef 6c Roast Mutton, legs 3alted Pork, sugar Steaks 7c to 10c cured 10c Cutlets ... .10c to 12' Xc Leaf Lard 10c Pork Chops 10c Leaf Lard cooked in Mutton Chops 9cl cans 10c Ham, Bacon and all kinds of prime cuts of meats retail at wholesale prices. Delivered free of charge in any part of the cit y- F. LEVY, 202 AND 204 E. FIRST ST., LOS ANGELES. 11-6 lm MANHOOD RESTORED. Wonderful S*paniib ff Remedy, Is sold with a «5 "WrittenGuuranlee 7V ?el to cure all Nervous Ois- jfiy eases, Buch as Weak VEjSyTW Memory. Loss of Brain f/t Power,Hendaelie, Wakefulness, List Muu- I|UU( L NervoubtieES, Los _ - Bituile. all drains and Before & After Use. mat « power of the Photographed from life. Uoucrattve Organs, in eww——m—— mm either si.*:, catiaad by over-exertion, youthful imlrscrcttons, or the excessive me of tobacco, opium, or atlmnlanta, which ultimately lead to Infirmity, Consumption anil Insanity. Put up In convenient form to carry In the vest pocket. Price ?1 a package, or 6 for ¥5. With every »5 order we give a written Guarantee to euro or refund the money. Sent by mail t,> any address. Circular free. Mention this paper. Add rets, MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Office for V. S. A -368 Deirhorn .Street. CHICAGO. ILL. FOR SALE IN LOS ANGELES. CAL., BY 11. Germain, Druggist, 123 So. Spring St. ESTABLISHED IBSO. 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. 103 Broadway, Los Angelea, Cal. 10-28 eodlrn FRANK E. WALSH, Manager. H. Hillbr, Pres't. S. W. Hillkr, Sec. Los Angeles Lumber Co,, DEALERS IN Lumber, Cement, Fire Brick and Clay, Etc.. SAN PEDRO ST., Bet. Fourth and Fifth. Telephone 109. 9-29 tf P.O. Box 87. AGNES BOOTH om% =GIGftRS. $ f Made of the Finest Vuelta Abajo | Havana Tobacco. 1 . .' We take pleasure in stating that ()><• : .4^---MaSs!w Agues Booth Cigar has given Hie West -at::.- r s„ ./ , H - "'"'.'PS*, faction of any cigar ever smoked iv our 'g^W&Z-i'.-p — , f • ' f Signed by consent, % .■.Aff ? : "^^^fe^B THE UNION LEAGUE CLUB OF LOS '. W^^^p KIEFER~& C 0 JGf For 1 Jlfflpi'SiPl^^ 4-22 NORTH MAIN ST. Tel. 719. 10-18 cod 2m S f Pf/L^* HOLIDAY NOVELTIES I Men's Furnishing Goods. Fine Neckwear, Smoking Jackets and downs, Fancy Suspenders, Cloves, Umbrellas, Canes, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc. (Formerly Evan E. Evans.) Reliable goods, Reasonable Fricts. C A Ix;TE I< & ALLEN, 106 SOUTH SPRING ST., OPPOSITE HOTEL NADEAU. LOS ANGELES, CAL. HOLIDAY PHOTOS. g WHY PAY $5 OR %~! for a dozen Cabinet Photos, E f C\\\ * ' * when Dewey makes the very finest for $.150. Com- J/§ A/ > yy P ¥irst pi emium awarded Dewey over all competl —JL C/ 1/ ,ors on Babies' and children's Photos at the last ——~7 „„2r / District Agricultural Fair. Four premiums and diplomas on best and finest ' finished photos. Cabinet Photos only $3.50 per dozen. nVWCV'C APT DA Dl IDC Woguarauteesatisfaction. UCYYE.I O Aui rAl\L\JI\O, Developing and finishing for amateurs. 147 South Main Street. —:— South Spring Street. AMCBEMJCNTS. C~ J* NEW HAMMAM BATH 230 S. Main Street. For colds or coughs; for rheumatism; for malaria; for cleanliness; for health and happiness TAKE TURKISH BATHS. OPEN DAY AND SIGHT. WHAT SHALL I BUY FOR A Christmas Present ? Isa puzzling question. Slep into one of the Great American Importing Tea Go's STORES And the puzzle will be solved. Look al the array of Dinner. Tea and Cham ber sets, the endless variety of beautiful bisque figures, vases, fancy , ornaments of every description. If ere you can pick out a present from a small vase to a household assortment of crockery, glass or Chinaware, retailed at wholesale prices. We defy competition because we import in cargo lots to supply our fort) live stores;iook at our prices, then at the goods, isallwea»k, we want you to see what we Lave even if you do not wish to bny. SPECIAL SALE. Tea sets 44 pcs, decorated $ 3 00 Tea sets, hand painted, gold lined, 44 ps 5 00 Chamber sets, white 150 Chamber sets, decorated 3 00 Dinner sets, decorated, for 12 persons .. 12 50 Fancy cups and saucers 10, 15, 20 and 25c Fancy plates 10, 15, 20 and 35c Fancy mugs 5,10, 15, 20, and 25c Water sets 50c, $1.10, $1 35 and $1.85 Tea and cake sets 25 and 35c A thousand other articles at equal); low prices A perfect cup oi coffee is a luxury. The Great American Importing Tea CoB Mocha and Java blended coffee is perfection When you wish a cup of tea that is delicious, rich and full flavored and absolutely pure, try PURE SUN CURED TEAS imported only by the GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA CO., visit our stores, fee and taste for yourself. Our SUN CURED TEAS make a delicious and healthy beverage. See tbe beautiful, useful and ornamental presents we have selected for patrons. GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA CO., 135 N. Main St. and 351 9. Spring St , 12-5-eodlm 1,08 Angeles. CALIFORNIA Sewer Pipe Co. Salt-glazed Sewer and WATER PIPE, Terra t'otta Chimney Pipe, Fire Eriek and Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick for Paving, etc. MAIN OFFICE; 248 SOUTH BROADWAY, Tel. 1009. Cor. Third and Broadway. LOS ANGELES, CAL. 1213-3 m WR. BLACKMAN, PnBLIC ACCOUNT . ant and auditor, fellow of the AmericaD Association of Public Accountants. % A CAPITAL EXPENSE •* l"V 9 r, : i IHi LlFli 'fil : i -in! iff I mm Books opened and adapted to special require ments. Investigation and adjustment oi books or complicated accounts. New books opened, kept and balance sheets prepared. Office, 218 NORTH MAIN ST., Los Angeles 12-29-1 yr RAHONA COHTEKT, Los Angeles county/Cal., a branch of the Con vent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Oakland, Cal. This institution, conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Names, occup'es one of the most picturesque sites in San Gabriel valley. It ha« features of excellence that specially recom mend it to public patronage. The course ol study embraces the various branches of a solid, useful aud ornamental education. For particulars, apply to the 3-3 12m LADY SUPERIOR SEIPIA ENLARGEMENTS! The most, beautiful work ever shown in Los Angeles, carrying first priz" at Fair, ending October 24th. Also, first pri/.e tor finest photographs over nil competitors. Bronze Medal and Diploma awarded by the Photographers' Association of America, Buffalo, New York, July, 1801. Also, Diploma for Excellence of Photography, awarded Boston. 1889. Strangers arc cordially invited to call at Studio and compare work. 220 SOUTH SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE L. A. THEATER. DR WONG'S < ■ 111 iit'illy^l ■■■■■ | FAMOUS SANITARIUM 713 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. AU kinds of Ohlnce herbs and medicines for sale. The bast accommodations for those de siring to remain at the Sanitarium for treatment. Everything under the per-.0t.al sure' vision of Dr. Wong. Oonsultation absolutely free. The following are a few of the testimonials of patients cured by him. Nearly three years ago I was sick with what abie to work. He has taken only twenty-five European doctors called jaundice. My skin, doses of Dr. Wong's medicine. _ tongue and the white of my eyes were as yellow MUS. C. GILLIJ.GHAM, as a sunflower. I could not eat, drink nor 332 South Johnson St., Los Angeles, Cal. sleep. August 22,1800. Dr . WoDg's disgnosls was that my diease On November 30th last I was taken very sick, originated from my spleen and had ( xtended and from that time til May 23d I was treated to my heart. I took Dr. Wong's medicine ten by three different doctors. One said I bad can days: have taken no medicine since, and enjoy ocr In the stomach, anotbe- said I had (lotted excellent health. A. M. AVILA, blood in the heart, the third said I had a cancer 1012 Brooklyn aye., Los Angeles, Cal. on tbe heart. August 22, 180 C. When Dr. Wong came, on May 23d, I had been miserable for fitteen days, and could not lift Mv son Charles, 17 years old, was aftlicteo my hand. My eight children and neighbors with inflammatory rheumatism for Beveral thought I would die that. day. The doctors who weeks; his joints were black and blue and very treated mo said no power on earth could save much swollen: he could move neither hand uor me. Three days after I took the first medicine foot for three weeks; his throat was Bwollen so of Dr. Wotig, I rode to his office (over one mile), that he could not speak and could icaicely and each day since I have continued to improve breathe. in strength and weight, and for some weeks I All who saw him were confident ho would have done nearly all my housework, die very soon. Dr. Wong's medicine relieved Dr. Wong says my disease originated in all pain in twenty hou r s; two dose' r.nt him the stomach, causpd by and dry blood, on his feet, five doses pnt him in condition to My children have found in Dr. Wong's treat llde to the doctor's office, and in eight days ment immediate and permanent relief Charlie waa walking without crutch or cane. August 22, 1890 MRS C. M. PARR 4, Though not entirely well at this time, still he is I No. 512 Ga'.lado st„ Los Angeles, Cal. •Hundreds of similar testimonials can bo sf en at the Sanitarium. DR. WONG has cured over 2000 who were afflicted with nearly every form of the various disea-es the human flesh is heir to. VOLUNTARY TESTIMONIALS GIVEN TO DR WOIT ! The Eminent Chinese Physician. V 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 ueservingly renowned as leading physicians, Dr. Woh naturally followed in the footsteps of his fathers. In China he has practiced his profession for Beveral 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 cures, and Die 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 a long iiiue I have been-suffering with | 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 burgeons in I.os An- my life one of misery. I tried and paid the gelescity. i'hev gave me mori.hine and strong best physicians without relief. Finally, to drugs, but no relief could I obtain. After nil- please my friend, I visited Dr. Woh at his of ering great pain and anguish, and having mv lice, and he advised with me and gave int passage almost entirely clogged. I fourteen days medicines. This was but six weeks ago. To agobegan using Dr Woh'i, medicines: today 1 day I can gladly and sincerely say that he has am perfectly well. Ido consider Dr. Woh the entirely cured me. most successful physician in Southern Cali- CHARLES lIEILMANN. forma. C.A.STEELE. April 3,1891. 1131 Court st , L. A., o*l 316-318 S. Main street, Oct. 13, 1891. Los Angeles, Cal. In Cleveland, 0., many mouths ago I caught I have tried many doctors for heart disei.*e, a severe cold which settled on my lungs, ter- but have derived on benefit until Dr. Woh, ih~ mlasting in asthma. The doctor! said there Chinese physician, of Los Angeles city, pie was no hope of mv 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 1 came to San Bernardino and doctored can now certify that he has done me: r »t with three physicians, but obtained no relief, good. I recommend Dr. Woh to my friends a Finally Dr. Woh was lecommended to me by a an able doctor. friend. I took his medicines aud followed his P. K. KING, directions, and today I am fully cured and per- Justice of the Peace, foctlv well. MISS GRACE M. FIELD, Burbank, Cal. October :-0.1891. 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 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. Wob at his office. 227 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Between Second and Third streets, 4-5-su-tu-th-ia Los Angeles, Cad, 7