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PLAYS AND PLAYERS.
Why does not Mr. Jefferßon buy a set of teeth ? His voice is the voice of old age, and when ia added to its quaver the mumble of toothless gums,the result is an anachronism that no perfection of make up can overcome. What Mr. Jefferson has been can be judged by the absolute perfection of his work and hia consummate ease; if he only would wear teeth the illusion would be without a flaw. Ab it is, the apecta tor sees in Bob Acres a gay young buck who apeaka like aq octogenarian. It is bo rare that a man possesses a voice which is essentially masculine yet as musical and gentle as a woman's, that when heard a note should be made on't. Mr. Barnes, who played Captain Ab solute and Dick Dowlas, has such a voice. With it he also possesses a hand some person and a pleasing manner. He should go far. »*» While the Jefferson company was de ficient in certain minor members, it was in essentials a well selected combi nation. The management of the com pany make a serious blunder, however, in not carrying any scenery or extensive properties. The increased price of ad mission, it would seem, would enable a little generosity in mounting the splen did old plays in more fitting manner than the usual resources of provincial theaters will admit. MANAGERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following notices are from the managers of the respective companies: Tomorrow matinee (Washington's birthday), Joseph Grismer and Phoebe Davies begin a short season at the Grand opera house, with the presentation of The Burglar. Mr. Grismer is an excel lent actor, trained in a good school and effective in his methods. Every one knows and admires the work of Mr. Grismer's wife, charming Phoebe Davies. She is one of the sweetest women on the stage and shares the honors with Mr. Grismer in hiß productions. During their stay at the Grand they will present three of the best plays in tbeir repertoire, as follows: Matinee to morrow and Wednesday night, The Burglar, a four-act comedy-drama by Augustus Thomas, founded on Editha's Burglar, the story of which was origin ally written by Mrs. Francis Hodg?on Burnett. It is said to be a charming play, almost idyllic, and bears no re semblance whatever, as some have sup posed from the title, to that burglaristic perpetration, The Stowaway. Tomor row and Tuesday evenings, Fern Cliff; Thursday night, tbe picturesque mili tary drama, Beacon Lights, last season's great success. »*» Mr. Roland Reed, the comedian, will begin an engagement, limited to three nights and Saturday matinee, at the Los Angeles theater on Thursday even ing next, presenting Lend Me Your Wife and The Club Friend. This will be Mr. Reed's first appearance in this city in two years; since that time he haa played a remarkable engagement at the Star theater, New York, running through three months. Mr. Reed is an actor too well and favorably known to require any extended notice. Thurs day and Saturday nights will be devoted to the late Dion Boucicault's last dramatic work, Lend Me Your Wife," a comedy written in this cele brated author's best vein. It is bright, interesting and amusing, and possesses all those strong combinations of dra matic drawing and complicated situa tions that made this author famous. It tellß the Btory of a young man borrow ing his friend's wife in order to keep up a deception that he is playing upon his uncle, in order to keep an allowance and to marry the girl he loves. This gives rise to some of the most laughable situ ations imaginable. Underlying the main plot is a story of a claim against the British government for $40,000 for running down Captain Tarbox's lobster smack, the Sarah Jane. Mr. Reed ia seen to great advantage as Capt. Abner Tafbox, who is fittingly described in the quotation "as mild a mannered man as ever scuttled a ship." All the charac ters are well drawn and are in capital hands. Friday night and Saturday matinee will be devoted to Sydney Rosenfeld'B happiest comedy, The Club Friend, one of the most brilliant comedies of the present decade. The piece treats of a Ehase of society that has but seldom een treated in dramatic works, and shows Mr. Reed in an entirely different characterization from Captain Tarbox. Mr. Reed brings with him a company of unusual excellence. It comprises Miss Isadore Rußh, Miss Edna Wallace, Mies Cecile Jamer, Mrs. Mary Myer, George Frederick Nast, Charles A. Smily, Albert Roberts, Julian Reed, William Davidge, James Douglass. A Thirty-Mile Race. At the Agricultural park, on Wash ington's birthday, there will be a thirty mile raie between Henry Peppers of Los Angeles, Alfred Garcia of San Ga briel and Miguel Pryor of San Juan. The race will be for a purse of $500, each rider to be allowed five horses, and re quired to change at the end of each mile. Race will be called at 2:30 o'clock. Admission 50 cents. The Kintracht, 168 N. Spring Street, Is the place to get the Anheuser-Busch St. Louis Beer on draught. Ring up telephone 467 or 316 for the celebrated bottled beer. Best and cheapest in market. Well Understood. It is well understood by reliable dealers that Dr. Price's Delicious Flavoring Extracts have constituted for years past the standard flavors in all the markets of this country. That they are regarded as among the most successful and creditable products and are unquestiona bly, if the opinion of the best class of con sumers is worthy of acceptance, the purest, strongest and finest flavoring extracts in the world. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD- SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUABY 21, 1892. FINANCE AND TRADE. BXCHINGtt REVIEW. Hew York, Feb. 20.—The stock market today was dull and narrower than during the pasttwo weeks, while displaying a decidedly weak tone under pressure to sell. Grangers yielded to the attack because of reports of probable adverse legislation in Nebraska. The market closed weak, final changes being generally fractional losses, but Union Pacific and Rock Island are each down 1% per ceut, and Burlington about the same. Government bonds steady. weekly bank statement. New York, Feb. 20.—The weekly bank state ment shows the following changes: Reserve decrease, $2,790,000; specie increase, $217,000 circulation decrease, $90,800. The banks now hold $30,858,000 in excess of the legal require ments of the 25 per cent. rule. MONEY New York, Feb. 20,—Money on call easy; □losing offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper—3. @5% pet cen*. sterling Exchange — Steady; 00-day bills. $4.85%; demand $4.t 8%. BAR silver. Nbw York, Feb. 20.—Bar silver, per os., 90%e. Ban Francisco, Feb. 20.—Bar silver, 80%@ 90% c per ounce. Ban Feancisco, Feb 20.—Mexican dollars, 71@71%c. STOCKS AND BONDS. Niw York, Feb. 20—Closing quotations were as follows: 0. S. 4s. Reg 110% N.Y. Central 114% U.S. 4s. coup.. .116% Oregon Imp't 27 U. 8. 2s. Reg 100 Navigation 88 Pacific 6s 109 Pacific Mail 37% Atchison 39% Pullman Palace.. 88 Canada Pacific... 8-i Rock Island B<t Canada Sou 60% St. Paul 77% Central Pacific... 32 St. Paril A Omaha 47% Hnrlington 105% Texas Pacific 10% Lackawanna 156% Union Pacific— 46 Denver &R. G pfd. 48% U. S. Express.... 49 Erie 32 Wells, Fargo & Co. 142 Kan. A Texas.... 17% Western Union... 87% Lake Shore 122% Am. Cotton 0i1... 34% L. A N 74% Terminal 15% Mich. Centra 1....106% Lead Trust 20 Missouri Pacific.. 62 Oregon Short Line 28% Northern Pacific. 23% Rio GrandeWst'n. 38 N. P. Preferred.. 07% Preferred ~ 70 Northwestern 116% Do. firsts 77% N. W. Preferred..l4s Distillers 49 N. American 18% American Ex... 39% Reading 59 Boston, Feb. 20.—Closing prices: A. AT. R. R 39%|Uex. Cent. Com. 19% Burl. A Qnlnoy .. 104%|8anDiego 16% Bell Telephone . 209 | MINING SHARES. Naw York, Feb. 20.—Mining shares weie as follows: Adams con 1.25 Horn Silver 3.70 Aspen 2.00 Iron Silver 1.25 Best & Belcher. 2.5 J Mexican 1.65 Chollar 1.35 Ontario 41.50 Con. Calif. Va.,.. 4.25 Ophir 2.60 Deadwood Ter.. 1.95 Plymouth 1.75 Eureka Con 1.85 Savage 1.15 Gould & Curry .1 30 Sierra Nev 1.30 Hale & Norcross 2.00 Standard 1.15 Homestake 12.00 Union Con 1.40 San Fkancisoo, Feb. 20.—Following aro th c closing prices: Belcher 1.05 Peer 05 Best A Belcher. 2.50 Peerless 05 Ohollar 1.45 Potosi 1.45 Crocker 05 Ophir 2.70 Con. Virginia... 4.45 Savage 1.20 Confidence 2.45 SierraNovada... 1.40 Gould A Curry.. 1.35 Union Con 1.50 Hale A Norcross 2.20 fellow jacket.. .85 San Francisco Market Review. Ban Francisco. Feb. 20.—The vegetable mar ket remains dull and overstocked. Receipts of potatoes very heavy; 7735 sacks arrived from Oregon and 3544, from California points. On ions also in large supply; 464 sacks from Oregon alone came to hand. Green vegetables in fair supply. Asparagus is not of first-class quality, and peas weaker, 11c per pound being as much as could be obtained for them. The market for dairy produce is easy all around. Butter is increasing in supply, and easy. Eggs plentiful, and prices have a down ward tendency. VEGETABLES. Mushrooms —15(330c per lb. Rhubarb—l6@lßc per lb. Asparagus—6(s7c per 10. for poor; for ordinary, and 20@25 for Bouldin igladd. Cucumbers—2@4 per doz. Green peppers—Los Angeles, 25@30c per lb. Los Angeles string beans—2oYa)2sc per lb. Los Angeles tomatoes—f firstname.lastname@example.org per box. Southern green peas— penb. Turnips—oO@7sc per cental Beets—ll per sack. Carrots—Feed, 35@40e. Parsnips—sl.2s per cental. Cabbage—6oc. Garlic—2:cp2Lic. per lb. Cauliflower—so@Uoc ocr doz. Dry Peppers—l2i<also. » Dry Okra—lß@2oc $ lb. Marrowfat squash—s6@lo per ton. FRESH FRUIT. Apples—6oc@sl. 25 per box for common and $1.50@2,25 for good to choice. Cranberries—sß.sO@9.Oo per bbl. CITRUB FRUITS.; Limes—Mexican, $email@example.com per box; Cali fornia, firstname.lastname@example.org. Lemons—»icily $0.00@5G.50; California, tl.oo @2.50 for common to choice. Oranges—Vacaville, 50c@$1.00 per box; Los Angeles seedlings, 75c(j*51.25; Los Angeles na vels, $1.60(i}3.00 for common to choice; River side seedlings, $1.00'«,1.75; Riverside and Duarte navels, $email@example.com; Mexican, $1.75® 2.00 per case; Mandarin oranges, .firstname.lastname@example.org. Bananas—email@example.com per bunch. Pineapples— $0.00 per doz. DRIED FRUIT. Apricots—Bleached, per lb.; do. sun dried, 2@3c. Peaches—Peeled, evaporated, ll@l3c per lb; sun-dried, 3®3%c; bleached, 4@5!4c. Apples—Evaporated, sJ£@oc; sliced, quartered, 2^@3c. Plums—Pitted, 4V£@sc; unpltted, lJ4@2c. Grapes—lW@2Ko per. lb. Prunes—4@6c; German prunes, 4@sc. Pears—Evaporated, 7@Bc; sliced,3@sc; quar tered, 2U@4c. Nectarines—Red, 3(34c; white, 4@sc. Figs—Pressed, 4H®se; unpreßned, 3@4c. Raisins—Layers, fancy, $firstname.lastname@example.org per box; ?ood to choice, $I.oo@l - 10, with usual advance or fractional boxes; Muscatels, 60@85c per box. and 2%@3Ljc per lb. for sacks. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, Feb. 20.—Wheat steady. The open ing was about lc lower than yesterday's closing, rallied %c per bushel, receded }4c, then ad vanced 5 8 c, receded, and closed about %c lower than yesterday. Receipts, 617,000 bushels; shipments, 876,000 bushels. Chicago, Feb.2o.— Close: Wheat,steady; cash, do<4; May,93^. Oom-Basier; oash, 40' i': May, Oats—Steady: cash, 29%; May, 31%. Barley-Quiet; 56. Rye- Quiet; 87. Flax-Slow; 97%. OTHER GRAIN MARKETS. San FBANCisco.Feb. 20.—Wheat,steady; buy er season, 1.70%; seller '92,1 4-iy. Barley—lnactive; buyer season, 99%. 00m—1.32% Liverpool, Feb. 20.—Wheat: Holders offer moderately. No. 2 redwinter, 8s l%d, steady; No. 2 red spring, 8s 2%d, steady. Corn-Holders offer futures moderately, and supply ol spot poor. Prices unchanged. General Markets. New York, Feb. 20.—Hope, weak; Pacific coast, 19@25. C ilTee—Options closed steady, 15 points down to 25 up. Hales, 20,200 baas. February, 13.80 (814.00; March, 13.20(913.35: April. 12.80 ft} 13.00; May, 12.70M12.90. Spot Rio steady; No. 7,14%. Sugar—Raw firm. Fair refining, 3. Refined steady. Copper—Firm; lake, 10.75. Load—Firm; Domestic,4.ls. Tin-Steady; Btralts. 10.70®75 Chicago Feb. 20.—Pork, steady; cash 11.55; May, 11 85. Lard-Firm; oa«h, 6.47%; May, 6.02%. Shoulders—s 00.»5.25 Bbort ribs—s.Bs(Bs 87% Short clear—ti.2o.^6.2s Chicago, Feb.'SO —Whisky—l.l 4. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. [The quotations given below are Los Angeles wholesale selling prices. The prices paid pro ducers rule a little lower, due allowance being made, ol course, for wholesalers' profits.] Provisions. Hams—Rex, 13%o; Lily,l3%c. Bacon—Rex and Lily, J3c; medium, 10® 11c. Salt Pork—Dry, 9@10%c. Dried Bkkf—lnsides, 13%. Lard—Refined, 3's, B%c; s's, B%; 10's, B%c; 50's, 8c; special brand, pure leaf, 3%c higher 11 around. Mill Products. Floor—Los Angeles XXXX, $5.20 per bbl; Capitol Mills, *5.20; Sperry's, $5.90; Crown, $5.90; Victor, 15.80: superfine, $3.75: Graham, 12.60. Mill Feed—BTan, per ton, .26.00; shorts, $28.00; cracked com per cental, $1.40; rolled barley, $1.15; mixed feed, $1.15; feed meal $145. drain and Hay. Barlky—Brewing, $email@example.com; feed, 90® 1 05. Corn—Large yellow, per cental, $firstname.lastname@example.org; small yellow, $email@example.com. Oats—No. 1, per cental, $1.50. Wheat—No, l, per cental, $firstname.lastname@example.org; No. 2, $1.50®1.G0. Hay—Oat No. 1, $14; wheat No. 1,513: bar ley No. 1, $14; alfalfa No. 1, $13; No. 2 grades $1 lower all around. Straw—Barley, per ton, $8.00; wheat, $.800. Poultry and Kegs. Poultry—Hens, $6.00a56.25perd0z.: young roosters, $6@J6.25; old roosters, $5.00: broilers, $email@example.com; ducks, $7(SSB; geese, $1.00 per head: turkeys, 16@17c. per pound. Eggs—Fresh ranch, 19@20c; eastern, no market. Dairy Products. Butter—Fancy roll, 55@600: choiop. 50® 52% c; fair, 40@45e- eastern, per 1b.,-25@30c. Cheese — Eastern 14@15c: California, large, 13® 14c; i mall, 16®17o; three pound hand, 16®18c. Honey and Beeswax. Honey—Comb, lib forms, 14® 16c; extract ed, 6@fi%c. Beeswax—22@26c. NUtS. Almonds—Soft shell, 15®16c; paper shell, 19®21c: hard ihell, B®loc. Peanuts—Raw, 3®sc per tt>; roasted, s®Bc. Walnuts—Hard shell, 6®Bc; soft shell, 9®llc. Dried Fruits. Apples—Evaporated, 9®loc. Apricots—Bleached, 6®B; sun dried, 4@5. Figs—California, 14®16. Peaches—Kancy evaporated, unpeeled, 7ftißc; peeled, 14®16c; sun diled, unpeeled, s®7c. Prunes— Fancy, 8®10c: choice, 7®B. Baisinh—London layers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; loose Muscatels, $email@example.com per box; Sultana, seed less, 8c per lb. Fresh Fruits. Apples—Local, per b0x,51,00@1,50; eastern, per bbl. $4.50®5.00. Cranberries—Per bbl. $firstname.lastname@example.org. Bananas—Per bunch, $email@example.com. Lemons—Cured, $2.50®4 per box: uncured, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Miscellaneous. Beans—Pink, $email@example.com per 100 lbs; limas, $firstname.lastname@example.org; navy, small, $2.75®3.00. Cabbages—Per 100 lbs, 75®90. Onions—Per 100 lbs, $1.80®2.00. Potatoes—Ordinary, per 100 lbs, 50®$1.00: early Rose, 70®80c; choice Burbanks, $I.oo® 1 25 Sweet Potatoes—Per 100 lbs, 90c®1.00. Tomatoes—Per box, 65®75c. Fresh Meats. Beep—Per lb. 6®6%c. Mutton—Per lb. 9c. Lamb—Per lb. 9®loc. Pork—Per lb. 7c. Veal—Per lb. 7®loc. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Saturday. Feb. 20. 1892. Edward Trlng to R F Lotspeich, trustee—S % of NE % of 8E % of 8E %, 8 27. T 2 S, R 14 W, SB M;s4o. Alfred A Robinson et ux et al to David A Kughen—Lot 18, Wood & Banbury sub, Pasa dena, 11— 45; $1. B W Klnnev to Eliza Kinney—Lot 9, bl A, Stimson's addition Santa Monica. 9—72; ?300. Jas W Scoville et ux to Chas B Scoville—Lot 8, San Marino, 42-91; $2329.25. Calvin T Wheeler et ux to Horace A Towne— Lots 2 and 3, Prospect square. 2—600; $8000. Moritz Rosenbaum and Mina E Rosenbaum to same—Part lot 3, division D Berry & Elliott's sub Pasadena. 2—600; $6000. In re est J T Fuller—Order confirming tale of lot 1, bl 153, Pomona, 90-91, to J Brady; $4100. Emmons Raymond to Walter Raymond—Lot 8, Werner's trt, Pasadena, 11—2; $90. Henry Clement to Elijah Gay—E % lots 19 and 22, bl 7, Chavez trt, subject to mortgage $500; $3000. Simon Marques et ux top C Strunk—Land as per 577 of deeds 242; $250. V G Baker to MSwiler—E%lots 19 and 22, bl 7, Chavez trt, subject to mtg $500; $1200. P Beaudry et al extrs est V Beaudry to Mrs B Stanberrv—Lot 3, bl 17. Park trt. 7—26; $9(JO. Byron Way to W S Lierly—Lot 23, bl 5, Wash ington Hts: 41225. W 8 Lierly to Irene D Bliss—Same; $225. W R Moler to Wm E Price- Dnd % oil claim on 8W % sec 16, T 3, N R 15 W; $80 Jno J Wagner to A J Simpson.- 5733 acres in Ramirez vineyard, being land allotted to Inez Ramirez de Pantoga in case 5284 superior court; $6000. G W Tubbs et ux to Wm F Boßbyshell—Lot 19, irrigable lands, Hunter Highland View trt 4—570; $2000. David Way et ux to Jno F Cahlll—Lots 85 and 86, May trt, 14—62; $4°SO. T Weisendanger to Elizabeth Reed—Land for road in Ro Las Cienegns. $1. Mrs C L Knight et con et al to Frank L Val lette—E 30 leot lot 2 and W 30 feet lot 3, Bry ant's tract, Pasadena, 7—33; $2000. Redondo Beach Co to F D English—Lot 27 bl 208, Kedondo Beach, 39-1; $1500. C " Dunsmooret ux to L A Ntlßank—Lot 15 and E 72 feet lot 2 bl A, Niude'ssub, Pasadena, 7—46; $4800. Mary Watson et con et al to Henry C Miner— 10 acres in Sec 3d. T 1 N, R 10 W, SBM; $3500. San Jose Ranch Co to H S Thompson—Agree ment to convey 8 22.18 acres bl 18, La Verne tract, 37-42; $2107.10. Roger Plant to Luca Sciscich—Lot 4bl 172, Santa Monica. 3—80; $440. M L Wicks to B F Allen—Agreement to con vey 12.12 acres in Sec 8, T 1 S, R 9 W, S B M, being Hollenbeck tract and water; $1500. AzusaLand W Co to Mrs Dinla Elizabeth Waterbouse—Lot 12 bl 85,Azusa, 15—93; $600. Cal Loan and Trust Co to Mary F Marlean— EW lot 9, Friend tract, 6—79; $1500. Mrs E A Foote to Cbas M Stimson et al—Lots 69 and 70. Rosetta Heights tract, Pasadena, 24 —8; $100. E A Miller et ux to same—Eso feet lot 41, as above; SBOO. Wm A Frick to Jas E Frick—Lots 2. 3, 6 and 7 bl 8, and lots 7 and 10 bl 9, Chavez tract; lots 19 and 21 bl A, 13 and 15, bl B, Beaches sub E L A, 5—587; lots 16, 17 and 18 bl 3, Pioneer Building Assn tract; alsound% 1% acres Ham ilton tract. 236 of deeds-185; und% lot 9, Marks & Fell's sub E L A, and nnd% lot 24 bl 4, Pioneer Building Assn tract; $5200. AH Tufts to W S Hobbs—l2 acres bounded by bl 479, Alvarado Btreet, Hutchinson & Hal stead, Pomona; 1. W 8 Hobbs to Joaquin Bots—Same; $75. W A and F M Brophy to 0 W Lyke-W % Lau rel Oil placer claim, San Fernando mining dis trict; $200. Mrs M II Heaver to F H White, agrt to con vey—Lot 8 Heaver's sub bl 73; H 8 John E Laneetux to John Lockridge—Und % lots 1 and 24, bl A, Bhafer & Towne's Main treettrt, 30—41; $50. Sara Amesboy to W R Ireland—Lots 1 and 2, Johannsen trt, 15—86; $5. E O Turner to same—Lots 39. 41, 160, 162, 163,115 and 466, Conner's sub, as above; $20. Hiram H Kingsbury et ux to E D Rand—2s acres In sec 28, T 7 N, R 13 W, 8 B M; $1. Samuel Btrohn to YBabel del Valle—N% lot 7, bl 14, O B; 8150. Whitney, tax collector, to T Btrohn—Same; $69.04. In re estate Ygnacio del Valle—Consent of heirs to discharge of executrix. In re same—Decree of distribution. J H Lamson et nx to Mary A Bartlett—Lot 39 Park place, Pasadena, 13-61; $10. Sherman Washburn et al to Wm B Gaid—Lots 1 2 10 and 12, bl 12, Alosta, *800. George E Gard to same—s7 lots in Alosta and water; $3000. Fred R Burnham et ux et al to J B Doran— Dnd % part of lots 27 and 29, bl 39% O 8, near corner Rosas and Cleveland streets; $2500. SUMMARY. Total number of transfers 47 With nominal consideration 10 Total consideration $62,409 74 Note—Figures separated by a dash represent Us book and pare of miscellaneous laaorda. 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White is the only specialist in tbe State who exclusively treats private, nervous aud chronic diseases. Cures guaranteed in all curable cases. Don't waste time with pstent medicines. If you have any .sexual trouble, consult Dr. White. Scientific treatment Reasonable charges. m WHY 3 v\k. 1)0 Boys' Shoes wear out in a week T — They do not when W«»'"'^ r^S a you bny the STAB \~ *~jf Brand, " School -ISV boys' Pride," the best shoe ever # made for the money. Sold only JSadmT at 142-144 North TaaoeU SpHIMa gT _ by V GIBSON 4 TYLER CO. JOE POHEIM, THE TAILOR, Will, during the next two months, make SUITS to order at 25 PEE CENT less than any other tailor on the Pacific Coast. Business Suits made OJQA I. (POCT to order from (Jlill 10 tyVU Dress Suits from ...tfj P And other garments in like pro portion. Perfect fit and best of workmanship guaranteed or no sale. All garments made by the best White Labor here. Patronize home industry. JOE POHEIM, 143 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles. GASEL THE TAILOR tßuys all his Woolens direct front the woolen mills, FOR CASH 1 Therefore sells SO PER CENT. Cheaper than any other house on the coast. Call and examine goods before purchasing elsewhere. PANTS, from 9 3.80 tip SUITS, from 1 eS.OO up PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. 250 B. SPRING STREET, Near Third street, Los Angeles. We have resolved to give the public the benefit of the following low prices until fur ther notice: 18 SO ' Teeth extracted without pain, 25c, by lhe'use of gas, local application or freezing, on con tract. Ssts of teeth, $3 and up; crowns, $1 and up; bridge work, $3 per tooth and up; gold fillings, $1 and up; gold alloy, $1 and up; silver, Vsc and up: cement, 50c and up; cleaning teeth, 50c and up. ADAMS BROS., 239% S. Spring St., bet. 2d and 3d, roams 1 to 6 This is oor way of Fitting Glasses." The careful and proper adjustment of Frames is as important as the correct fitting of lenses. We make the scientific adjustment of Glasses aud Frames our specialty and guarantee a per fect fit. Testing of the eyes tree. Full stock of artificial eyes on band. Glasses ground to order on premises. Hearing instruments for sale. S. G. MARSHTJTZ, i-cientlfic Optician, 151 N. Spring, opp. old Court House Prices low for spot cash, or will sell on install* ments. 481 BOOTH SPRING STREET, Between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Telephone 984. p. o. box 1921. 7-21-tf H. Heller, Pres't. 8. W. Hilleb, Sec. Los Angeles Lumber Cm, DEALERS Iff Lumber, Cement, Fin Brick and Clay, Etc., BAN PEDRO ST., Bet Fourth and Fifth. Telephone 109. 9-29 tf P O. Box 87. Painless Dentistry. Fine Gold Fillings. Crown^and^Bridge oper l at r ons P a,n " iSa? Ml bet teeth - ' Bo °- UilCariv *» &H M io7 n. spring st. WAGON MATERIAL, HARD WOODS, IRON. STEEL.. Horseshoes and Nails, Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc. JOHN WIOMOBI, 117, 119 and 181 (South Loa Anralea *t. HOTELS. HOFFMAN HOUSE— STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. Conducted exclusively on THE AMERICAN PLAN. Best furnished rooms in the city. Rates from »2 to %A per day. 421 and 423 N. Main st., Lot Angeles, Cal. JOHN BRENNAN, 1-15 lm Proprietor. AND CXmJUQB, J 1 at 0. R. RINALIUS. *— atowado. 7