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FINANCE AND TRADE.
■XORAHeB BBYIBW.
New York, March 28.—The stock market was
again limiti d, and evidenoes renewal of activi
ty on the part of the bears. The close was qui
et, without any special changes, but all in the
direction of lower prices.
Government bonds stesdy.
MONEY QOiVt-TTOns.
New York, March 28 —Moneyon call easy;
closing ottered at 2 per cent
Prime mercantile paper—4 <$<> per cent.
Sterling Bxohange — Steady; 80-day bills.
$4.8(1, demand $4.t>B.
bar silver.
New YORK, Maroh 28.—Bar sliver, per os.,
87u.
SAM Fbanoisoo, March 2H.—Bar silver, 85®
B.V „c per ounce
Ban Francisco, March 28.—Mexican dollars,
[email protected]
► TOO it AND nONOB.
New YORK, March 28,—OloBing quotations
were as follows:
D. 8. 4s. Reg USW N.Y. Central 114%
TJ. 8. 4s. coup. . lll>% Oregon Imp't 23
H. H. 2s. Reg 100 Navigation 87
Pacific Os 109 M. American 14J4
American Kx. ... 17 Pacific Mail 35
Atchison 37% Pullman Palace.. 91
Canada Pacific... Hti% Rock Island BtH£
Canada Sou (ilu St. Paul 7(%
Central Pacific. 30U St. Paul dt Omaha 40^
Borilngtou 108 M Texas Pacific 10v£
Lsorawauna 153% Union Pacific... 41!^
Denver JiR. G pfd 52% U. S. Express.... 4(1
Brio 3l>i, Wells,Fargo2 Co. 143
Kan. A Texas.... 16 Western Union... 87%
Lake Shore 93% Am. Cotton 0U.., 3t1!4
L. 4 N 73.i Terminal 11%
Mloh. Central....llo Load Trußt lay,
Missouri Pacific. 60- Oregon Short Line 25);
Northern Pacific. 217» Rio GrandeWsfu. 37t*
N. P. Preferred... Hit* Preferred 72U
Northwestern 119% Do. firsts 79
N. W. Preferred..l 42 Distillers 48%
Reading 57%
. MINING SHAKES.
Ban Fbanoisoo, March 28.—Following are tlio
closing prices:
Belcher 1.15 Peerless. 05
Bast A Belcher. 2.40 I ale A Nor cross I.o=
Chollar 1.20 Potosl 140
Crocker 05 Ophir 3.05
Coa. Virginia... 5.25 Savage 1.65
Confidence 2.25 Sierra Nevada... 1.70
Gould* Curry.. 145 Union Con 1.50
Peer 10 Yellow Jacket.. 1.20
Chicago Grain Market.
UHIOAGO, March 28.-Wheat unsettled and
weaker. The opening was %@ I } £c per bushel
lower than closing figures Saturday, declined
Jic, rallied, receded, selling to inside figures;
closed lJic lower thanSturday.
Receipts, 90,000 bushels; shipments, 14,000
bushels,
Chicago,March2B. —Close: Wheat,weak; cash,
7P!4; May, 79%.
Oorn-Higher; cash. 39; May, 40>4.
Oats—Firm: cash. 28J{; May, 29.
Barley-Firm; 52,
Rye— Dull; 79
Ffax-Quiet; 90%
OTHER GRAIN UAP.KETB.
San Francisco, March 28.—Wheat, dull
buyer season, 1.78%.
Barley—lnactive; buyer season, 975b.
Corn—l.B7M.
Liverpool, March 28 —Wheat: Holders offer
modorately. No. 2 red winter, 7s 9d, steady;
No. 2 red spring, 7s lOd, steady.
Corn—Holders offer futures moderately, and
supply of spot poor. Spot, 4s 7 firm; March,
4s 7d, firm; April, 4s firm; May,4s2%d,
steady.
General Markets.
nxw iork, Marcuas.—nops, steady; paclnc
Coast, 19®24 I s.
Coffee—Options closed steady, 5 to 25 points
down. Bales. 17,500 bags. March, 13 (15®
13.80: April, 13.30®13 35; May, 13.00®13.05;
July, 12.40(912.50 Spot Rio stesdy; No. 7,
Sugar—Raw, steady. Sales 300 bags' Musco
vado, 89 test, at 3><. Refined steady.
Copper—lnactive; lake, 12.10
Lead—Dull; [email protected]
Tin—Strong; Straits, 19.85® >5.
Chicago. March 28. -Pork, steady; cash,lo.lo;
May, 10.25.
Lard—Steady; cash, 0.20; May, (1.25.
Shoulders—4.soa)s.oo.
Short ribs-5.67H®5.70
Short dear—o. 1 7a ®0.20.
Ohio ago, March 28 —Whisky—l.l 3.
Petroleum.
Haw Tore, March 28 —Petroleum: Spot
Pennsylvania closed at 54%.
LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS.
Tbe quotations given below are Los Angeles
wholesale selling prices. The prices paid pro
dnoers rule a little lower, due allowance being
made, of course, for wholesalers' profits. ]
Provisions.
Hams—Bex, 13Hc; Lily, 13L£c.
Bacon—Bex and Lily, 13c; medium, 11®
Salt Pork—Dry, 10% c
Dried Biear-lnsidc*, 13V.
Lard—Refined, 3's, s's, B%; 10's,
fHPs, tic; special brand, pure leaf, 3%c higher
11 around.
Mill I'rodnots.
Flour—Los Angeles XXXX, 15.20 per bbl;
Capitol Mills, 15.20; Bperry's, 15.80; Crown,
15.90; Victor, 15.80: superfine,t3.6o; Graham,
$2.60.
Mill Feed—Bran, per ton, 126.00; shorts,
928.00; cracked corn per cental, $1.40; rolled
barley, tl. 16; mixed feed, (1.15; feed meal
|U 45.
Grain and Hay.
Babley—Brewing, ([email protected]; feed, 80®
HK
Corn—Large yellow, per cental, f 1.10®1.20;
small yellow, 11.20® 1.35.
Oats—No. 1, percental, 11.50.
Wheat—No, 1, per cental, t1.7031.90; No.
2, U 50® 1.60.
Hay—Oat No. 1,114; wheat No. 1,(13: bar
ley No. 1, (14; alfalfa No. 1, (13; No. 2 grades
(1 lower all around.
Straw —Barlov, per ton, (8.00: wheat, (.800.
Poultry and Kggs.
Poultry—Hens, (6.00 i«( 6.25 per doz.; young
roosters, (6(3(6 25; old roosters, (5.00; broilers,
S 1.500*8.00; ducks, (7®(8; geese, (1.00 per
cad: turkeys, 16®t7c. per pound.
Egos—Ranch, [email protected],
Dairy Products.
Butter—Fancy roll, 40c: Choice, 32<j|38c;
1», 30c.
iihkese — Eastern [email protected]; California,
yge, 13<al4c; small, [email protected]; taree
•*and hand, [email protected]
Honey and Beeswax.
Honey—Comb, lib forms, 13®15c; extraot
ed, 6®6Hc
Beeswax—23®24c.
Hats.
Almonds—Soft shell, 15(9160; paper shell,
19921 c: hard rhell. B®loc.
Peanuts—Raw, 3®sc per rb, roasted, [email protected]
Walnuts—Hard shell, 6®Bc; soft shell,
9®llo.
Dried Fruits.
ArrLßS —Evaporated, 9®loc.
Apricots—Bleached, 6®B; sun dried, 4®5.
Figs—California, 14(416.
Peaches—Fancy evaporated, unpeeled, 7(38c;
peeled, 14®16c; sun dried, unpeeled, ft®7c.
Prunes—Fancy, [email protected]: choice, 7648.
Raisins—London layers, [email protected]; loose
Muscatels, »l [email protected] per box; Sultana, seed
less, 8c per lb.
Fresh Fruits.
Apples—Local, per box, (1.00®1.50; eastern,
per bbl, (4.5005.00.
Cranberries—Pcs bbl. ([email protected]
Bananas—Per bunch, ([email protected]
Lemons—Cured, (2.50®4 per box: uncured,
1.50®2.25.
Miscellaneous.
Beans—Pink, [email protected] per 100 lbs; limits,
([email protected]; navy, small, (2.75®3.00.
Cabbages—Per 100 lbß, [email protected]«1.00.
Onions—Per 100 lbs, ([email protected]
Potatoes—Ordinary, per 100 lbs, 50®(l.OO:
early Rose, 70®80c; choice Burbanks, ?1.0O\i?
1 25
Sweet Potatoes—Per 100 lbs, [email protected]
Tomatoes—Per box, [email protected]
Fresb Meats.
Beef—Per lb.
Mutton—Per lb. 9c.
Lamb—Per lb. [email protected]
Pork—Per lb. 7c.
Ye al—Per lb. [email protected]
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Sunday, March 28, 1892.
Mary M Morrison to C J Morrison, her hus
band—Release of alimony or claim lor sup
port.
Albert J Wallace et ux et al to Isaac J
Reynolds—lU lot 4, Wallace Bros sub, Pasa
dena; 1350.
Vincent Kowen Jet ux to W P Hammond—
—Dnd )4 lots 13 and 14 bl A, lots 12 and
13 bl B, Bishop's sub, Alhambra, 16—3;
MOO.
H M Bowker et ux to Emma A Abbott—Lots
15 and 17 bl R, Washington Street and Pico
Heights tract, 25—36; tl.
Zarah Dibble to H B Dibble—Lot 5, Byram's
snb, 6-391; 11350.
John V Wacbtel et ux to L J Rose—Lots 143.
144 and 145, Westlake park tract, 12—15,
15260.
OK White to H S Flnney-Lot 94, Griffin's
sub, Pomona, 22—83, and water; |5
Asoph O King et .ux to Jos 0 Beldln—Lot 1
•co 3. T 18, R9 W.SB M,1750.
Charlotte O'Neal to Woman's Foreign Mia.
slonary society of M X church—Lot S, bl 0,
Painter A Ball lands, Pasadena; subject to mtg
11000, except lite lnt of grantor; fl.
Pasadena Cemetery assn to Beatrice M Leeds
—Lot 189, Mountain View cemetery, 5—111;
$<00.
C X Brooks to W 8 Wright—Lot 0, Brooks A.
Buttons sub, Pasadena, 15—45; $100.
Donaclauo Mender, et ux to Henry T Gage
and Joseph Gilbert—All lnt in North Star, Eu
reka and Soledad mining claims; $1000
Linda Visia Imp ( oto W 8 Wright, trustee-
Water pipe, rights of way, ttc, Pasadena;
$11000.
Hannah T Yocum et ux to same—Resorvnir
known as Linda Vista reservoir and tunnels iv
Cottonwood canon; grunt deed.
Anthony X Crawford et ux to X P Sawyer ot
ux—farm lot 7, Gardena trt, 43—5; $HioO.
Milt 'n Thomasetux to lowa Becket—Lot 24,
bl 3, Milton Thomas tract; $10.
Isaac K. Ames to Duncan W. Moore—Lot 12,
bl 12, Uruisfon tract, 1110. #100.
J. De llarili Bhorb et ux to Mrs. Louise Weg
ener—A gt to sell I\i acres, comng at N W cor
lot It, R 10, Alhambra add tract, 3-298; $750.
Mary E. Savage et con to Fielding llacon —
bl 32, terminus Homestead tract, 3
-194; $1201).
Oscar A. Benning to C. H. Payne—Agt to con
vey lot 4, bl 2, Bucna VIBU tract; $700.
In re estate Ellas Birdsall— Decree of settle
ment of accts and final distribution.
Geo. B. Adams et ux to Jno. McL. Armstrong
—Lots (> and S, bl 82, Long Beach; $400
L. A. Cemetary A»Bn to Mrs. J. T. Ntuner—
Agt to care for N W'4 lot 5222; $45.
Clement, constablo L A township, to Jas II
Lay ton and Eleanor Layton—lx>t 15, bl D Cres
centa cafiada, 5—574| lot 30, bl D, McCarrv trt,
23-119; lot 1, bl 2, Rosemont trt. 15—78; $IHO.
Thos H Reynolds to Hiram D Gales—Lot 2, bl
8, c M Wells irt; $5.
P McAuam et ux to W L Kcstner et al—Lots
S and 9, bl B, Treat trt, 5-430; $3000.
Caroline M Severance to Church of Unity-
Lots 7 8 9 22 23 24, bl 12, Berkeley trt; lots 5
11, bl 13, tamo, grant deed.
I.W Breed to same—Lot 31, bl J, Hosttoter
trt; grant deed.
Sarah A Edgar to Jas W Tucker—Part of SWW
of bee 9, T 1 8, RIOW, 8 BM; $1.
In re est Alice 8 Lee—Decree of settlement of
acct and final distriliutlou.
Michael Rieccretuxet al to David E Span
gler— acres of N 35 acres lot 55, Watts' sub
Ro Sau Rafael; $5000.
SUMMARY.
Total number of transfers 31
With nominal consideration 12
Total consideration $27,855 50
Note—Figures separated by a dash represent
the book and page of miscellaneous records.
THE COURTS.
United States District Conrt.
U 8 vs 0 X Smith—Sentenced to Folsom pris
on at hard labor for five years.
U S vs Louis Meyer—Sentenced to San Quen
tin at hard labor for ten years.
United States Circuit Court.
S P R R Co ys Aranza—Twenty days allowed
to dead.
U 8 vs Caswell—Submitled on briefs.
Farmers' L & T Co vs San Diego Street Car
Co—l' titlon for a rehearing denied; appliea
tion for discharge of receiver contd for two
weeks.
Superior Court.
DEPARTMENT ONE.
People vs E AbiU and B F llragg, forgery-
March 31 fixed for arraignment
People vs .1 X Stump—Placed on calendar to
be reset.
People vsR Daniels—Sentenced to San Quen
in tor live years.
People vs J Spelgler—Placed on trial calen
dar
People vs Quartarello—Transferred to depart
ment six for trial.
People vs Geoige Monroe—Transferred to de
partment six.
People vs P D Lahart—Placed on trial cal
endar.
People vs Wm Manning—Set for May Gth
People vs Wm Henderson—Transferred to de
partment six.
People vs Amos Abbott—Sentenced to pay
fine of $400 for contempt.
People vs Chas D Davis—On Trial.
DEPARTMENT TWO.
San Jose Ry Co vs San Jose L & W Co—On
trial.
DEPARTMENT THREE.
Barclay et al vs J H Jacobs et al—On trial.
DEPARTMENT FOUB.
Jackson vs Crawford—On trial.
Bhively vs Semi-Tronic L & W Co—Judgment
for pi Iff.
Gray Bros vs Twitchell—Judgment for defdt.
DEPABTMRNT FIVE.
Mullen et al vs Johnson—Judgment by de
fault on foreclosure.
City of Los Angeles vs City Bank—Motion for
a new trial dented.
F Bacon vs F D Lafacco—Judgment for pltff
in $337.
Hutchinson vs Pao L & I Co—Submission set
a«lde and pltff allowed to tile amended com
plaint.
DEPABTMBNT SIX.
McLeod vs 8 P R R—Continued until May 2d.
C Coles vs Ida Wilcox—Plaintiff's motion to
set aside costs argued and submitted.
People vs A R Meserve et al—Thirty days
time to give notice of new trial.
J F Adams vs D Burbank—On trial.
Today's Calendar.
SDPEBIOB COUBT —DEPABTMENT ONE.
Trial list.
DEPARTMENT TWO.
Estate of M B McQuald—Order to show cause,
Bigelow vs Ballerino.
Smith vs L A & P R R Co et al—Motion.
Parton vs same—Motion
Htnith et al vs Evans et al.
DeLosa vs Guercio.
Estate of M F McCullough—Probate of will.
Estate of Maria Claudia—Account and distri
bution.
Estate of J B Packer—Letters.
Estate of J W Robinson—Account and distri
bution.
Estate of Adolfe Rivera—Probate of will.
Gillich vs Ross
DeLosa vs Guercio.
DEPABTMENT TMBBB.
Jimeues vs Guirachi.
DEPABTMENT FOUR.
Clark et al vs Wise.
Duncan vs Lambourne et al.
DEPARTMENT FIVE.
Smith vs L A & P R R Co.
Mansfield vs L A _ P R R Co.
DEPARTMENT SIX.
Smith et al vs Evans et al.
New Bults Filed.
French society vs John C Kofoed et al—Suit
on a note for $5000.
C B DeCamp vs C W Bryson—Suit to recover
$800.
NORSEMEN, if yon have barbed wire
about your place, keep Hall's (Antisxf
tic) Cream Sal ye for Horses on hand. It
will cure a cat when all others fail. It will
prevent proud flesh. It is better than lini
ment. Try it.
Colusa, Cal., July 8, 1889.
Within the past year it has been my mis
fortune to lose five valuable horses by being
cut with barbed wire, and I was about to
lose tho sixth when, through the recom
mendation of a prominent physician, I ap
plied Hall's Antiseptic Cream Salve, and in
the nse of one bottle my animal was entirely
cured. I consider Hall's Cream Salve the
only remedy in tho market (and I have used
many) that will positively cure cuts and
>;ivc instant relief to collar-galls, etc. I
recommend its use to all stockmen and
tanners. W. J. Ford.
For Bale at
J. J. BUEHLER & CO., PHARMACISTS,
247 K. First st., Los Angeles. Price, 50c. and $1.
Q Bottles of SWIFT'S SPECIFIC
ij relieved me of a severe Blood trouble.
It has also caused my hair to grow out
again, as it had been falling out by the
hand full. After trying many physicians
in vain, I am so happy to find a cure in
8.8.8. —O. H. Elbert, Galveston, Tex.
SI PTTDPQ hy forcing out germs of disease
| uUIIEO the poison & wc ii.
OT It is entirely vegetable and harmless.
S ) Treatise on Blood and Skin mailed free
SWIFT'S SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
I CURE FITS!
Whan I say cure I do not mean morel/ to stop them
for a time sad then ham them return again. I mean a
rmdloal oars. I have mad* the dueass ot FITS, EPI
LEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a lite-long study. I
■arrant my remedy to earn tho worst cans. Beousa
others bam failed i« no rmaon for not now rao«Ting a
arm. Sendatansa for a traatim and a Fr*» Bottle of
■II lafslinils issssdj Qim Kxpnassad Pest Omoai
iB. G. BOOT, BL C. 183 Pearf ttt., N. T.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1892.
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THE CROWNING EFFORT OF ALL HOTELS ON THE PACIFIC COAST!
EIGHTEEN MILES FROM 1.08 ANGELES, via Redondo Railway and Santa Fe Railroad. Hotel new and supplied with'all modern' f mprcvrnitnts- elevator. iseandeiCfnt lipids, etc
Hot and cold water and grates in all roomt. Halls and public rooms thoroughly warmed. Beautiful dining ruom, commanding a fine view o the ocean. Flrst-claiS oitbiMta Icr dining room
snd ball room in constant attendance. Lawn tennis, billiards and oht r amusements. Sp'endid boating, fishing and furf bathing. Average winter tempt ratul£, (n d< srres, The res tine
snd mountain views at Redondo are unrivalled and the sunsets beyond description. Table unsurpassed on the coast. Management libera! and progressive. Terms moderate. All pas
senger steamers to and from San Francisco touch at Redondo. For further information address,
. F. B. PRUSSIA, Manager.
Of the teaching body in tho United
States at tho last census 65 per cent,
were women. The total number is 238,
--883. Women are sometimes employed
as teachers exclusively for boys, but
more frequently for boys and girls to
gether. In Chicago there are no separate
schools for boys—the sexes are taught
together. Women in Boston teach all
tho branches in all the public school
course to children of all ages and all
classes in life. In reply to the compara
tive success of male and female teachers
the commissioner of education reports:
"Women, I think, as ;i rule succeed bet
ter than men in getting work out of
pupils of all kinds. Tho intellectual
training which they give is therefore
better up to a certain point than that
given by men. They also maintain but
ter discipline than men and with less
corporal punishment."—Exchange.
Chips Tor tho Churchgoer.
There are many people who think they
ought to help the Lord to keep the
preacher humble.
It is easier to run an engine without
fire than it is to keep up a church with
out a prayer meeting.
The pastor who tries to carry his
church to heaven on his shoulders will
be sure to drop the most of it.
Men who stamp around among the
stars in the pulpit are not much account
in helping people toward heaven.
Closing the heart against the cry of
the needy is only another way of shut
ting the door of heaven against yourself.
The protracted meeting in which the
members of the pastors family take no
interest is not apt to develop into much
of a revival.—Ram's Horn.
Sad Looking Author of a Merry Book.
One who once set type in a great Eng
lish establishment remembers the time
when that most fascinating of nonsense
books, "Alice in Wonderland," was put
into metal from young Dodgeson's manu
script. "As you saw the writer, a grave
almost sad looking young man, going in
and out of Worcester college, or at the
office about tho proofs, you scarcely
think snch melancholy looking author
ship could produce so merry a book."—
Writer.
Grave mistakes are made by physicians in
treating. Heart Disease. The rate of sudden
deaths Is daily Increasing. Hondreds become
victims of the Ignorance of physicians in the
treatment of this d'sease. One in four pc- sons
has a diseased heart. Shortness of Breath,
Palpitation and Fluttering, Irregular Pulse,
Choking Sensation, Asthmatic Breathing, Pain
or Tenderness in Bide, 'Shoulder or Arm,
Weak or Huugry Spells, are symptoms of
Heart Disease. Dr. Milea's New Hem Cure is
tbe only relUble remedy. Thou-onds testify
to its wonderful cures. Books free, told by
C. H. Hance
SUMMONS.
IN THE JUSTICE'S COURT OF LOS ANGELES
City Township, In the County of LosAngeies,
State of California.— L. Stanton, justice.
James J. Ayers and Joseph D. Lynch, copart
ners as Ayers & Lynch, plaintiff, vs. B. C.
Wright, Jno. I. Redicfc arid J. F. Coad, defend
ants
The people of the State of California send
greeting to: B. C Wright, Jno. I. Redlck and J.
F. Coad, defendants
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above-named
Slain tins, in the Justice's Court of Los Angeles
ity Township, Los Angeles County, State of
California, and to answer before the Justice at
his office, In said Township, the complaint tiled
therein, within five days (exclusive of the day
of service), alter the service on you of thia sum
mons, if served within the Township in which
this action is brought, or, if served out of said
Township, but lusaid County, within ten days;
or within twenty days if served elsewhere.
Tbe said action is brought to obtain a judg
ment against you and eaoh of you for the sum
of «cv. nty-flve dollais and interest at the rate
of 7 per cent per annum from June 10, 1891,
for advertising in the Los Angeles Herald cer
tain lands adjoining the town of Redondo on
the north for the period of three month.: from
March 11,1391. to June 10, 1-91; all of which
will more fully appear from plaintiffs' com
plaint filed in this court, a copy of which is
served herewith and mode a part of this sum
mons; and you are hereby notified that if you
fail to so appear and answer said Opor plaint, as
above required, said ulalntiffs will take judg
ment against you and each of you for tne sum
of seventy-five dollars and interest thereon at
tho rate of 7 per cent per annum from June 10,
1891, together with costs.
Make legal service and due return hereof.
Given under my hand this 24th dayof March,
1892.
True copy. L. BTANTON,
Justice of the Peace.
W. K. Dial and M. W. Conkling, attorneys for
plaintiffs. 329T-10t
Order Granting: Leave to Convey.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUN
ty of Los Angeles, State of California.
In the matter of the petition of thelmmanuel
Presbyterian church ol Los Angeles for leave to
convey real estate.
After reading and filing the petition of Im
manuel Presbyterian church of Los Angeles for
leave to release a certain interest in real estate
devised to said corporation in the will of Lewis
D Bell, late of the county of 1 o« Angeles, de
ceased, to-wit: an undivided two-thirds of lot
seven i 7), block "C," Walnut Grove tract, ac
cording to an amended mapthereoi recorded in
book twenty two pages nine (9) and ten( O),
oi miscellaneous records of Los Angeles county,
It Is Ordered, That said petition be hoard ou
the 30th day ol March. 1892, and that notice
thereof be given by publication of this order In
the LosAngeies Da ly Herald, a newspaper
printed and published in said ■ ity of Los An-
f eles, two times prior to the said time of hear
ng thereof
Dated this 28th day of March. 18<>3.
LUCIEN SHAW, Judge.
John Hayhes, Attorney lor Petitioner.
3-90 3t
Women Teachers.
The Doctors Are Guilty.
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Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness and Un
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Diseases Treeited Successfully
Nasal, Throat and Lung Diseases; Diseases of
the Digestive Organs; Constipation ; Liver,
Kidney and Bladder Complaints; Bright's
Disease; Diabetes and kindred affections;
Diseases rf the Bladder; Stricture, Fits, Nervous
Diseases, Lost Manhood, Piles. Diseases of
Children and Women treated with unfailing
success.
Separate offices for ladies, and in charge of
the Staff Surgeons from Sau Francisco, who per
sonally perform all surgical operations They
are graduates of one of the lead Ing universities,
and duly licensed as Physicians and Surgeons
in California,
All Chronio Diseases and Deformities.
The afflicted are informed thatthis institution I
is supplied with skill, ability, facilities and
appliances for the successful treatment of all
classes of disease and chrouic ailments, no
matter from what cause arising. Nervous De
bility, Lack of Youthful Vigor in Men, the
result of excesses, abuse, overwork or dissipa
tion, positively cured.
CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE.
A friendly talk may Bavo you years of suffer
ing and perhaps your life. Out-of-town pa
tients treated by correspondence.
/aVAII Communications and Consultations
Sacredly Confidential.
If the Dr. Liebig Co. cannot cure you no
power on earth can. Take one candid thought
before ii is too late. Those ruined iv health by
unlearned pretenders, and those whom other
physicians have pronounced incurable, espec
ially requested to try the latest Improved
methods now adopted.
Each patient seen privately and Cures Guar
anteed in Curable Cases.
The Dr. Liebig Co. are the oldest, most reli
able and successful San Francisco Special Sur
geons and Physicians, and on account of thou
sands of maltreated cases by so-called "Doctors"
in Los Angeles, they have opened Permanent
Branch Offices In Los Angeles, at 123 South
Main street. Call or write for particulars.
Office hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p m . 7 p.m to 9 p.m.;
Sundays. 10 to 12 only.
Painless Dentistry.
Fine Gold Fillings.
Crown and Bridge
SET TEETH, JS.OO
STEVENS * m *'
Boomß 18and 19 '
u/tfa&li *I w'l llu 107 N. SPRING ST
DRUNKENNESS CAN BE CURED.
SAFE, SURE AND SCIENTIFIC.
SILVER ASH INSTITUTE
Of Southern California, for the cure of the
ALCOHOL AND OPIUM HABITS,
Santa Fe Springs, Cal., on the line of tho
Santa Fe and Southern Pacific railways.
3-16 lm D S. ALEXANDER, Manager.
GROCERIES
Having bought the business and assets of
SEYMOUR-JOHNSON CO., I shaU immediately
open business at the old stand,
216 and 218 South Spring Street,
—WITH A—
FINE STOCK OF GROCERIES,
Which will be sold at less than usual prices for
cash. Business solicited and satisfaction guar
anteed.
I respectfully request that all who owed said
company call promptly at the office and settle.
J. H. ROADS,
March 2,1892. Trustee.
3-3 lm
ORANGE LANDS!
GREAT BARGAINSK
: AT :
SOUTH RIVERSIDE.
The finest Orange and Lemon Lands are found in this flourishing colony and
the location is unsurpaeeed.
GREAT ABUNDANCE OF WATER.
Another pipe line ia about to be constructed, bringing additional lands under
irrigation.
PRICES EXTRAORDINARILY LOW.
Water iB sold with the land. No bonds; no uncertainty as to quantity or
price of water. Water conveyed in pipes to the landa. The lands are adapted
to the cultnre of all fruita common in Southern California.
Here is the place for Homes and Investment.
ORANGE HEIGHTS
la a new and attractive subdivision of a portion of the high mesa land of South
Riverside ColoDy, and being frostleaa and not subject to injurious winds, offers
special advantages for the culture of the
-);LEMON.i(-
The beat authoritiea in Southern California commend these lands forthe rais
ing of Lemons. One syndicate ia arranging to plant 1000 acres in Oranges and
Lemons, one-half each. '«
Aside from ita wonderful advantages aa a fruit-producing colony, South River
aide ia an important manufacturing point. The Pacific Clay Manufacturing com-
Eany'a vitrified sewer and water-pipe works—the largest on thia coast—are located
ere; also the Porphyry Paving company, the Standard Fertilizing company and
two pottery works. This ia the shipping point for the famous Temescal tin mine
plant. A company ia now being formed to work on a large scale the finest cement
rock found in the United States. Thia latter company will probably employ 200
or more men. The material is at hand for additional manufactories.
The Town of South Riverside
Contains numerous business houses, and there are churches, hotela, a bank]
and all other improvements neceesary to make a thriving town.
Come and see our new tract before purchasing elsewhere, taking the Riverside
and San Bernardino train via Orange, leaving Los Angelea at 11 a.m. and 5 o'clock
p.m. MlmW For full particulars call on
l_. X. GRAVES,
Agent at Los Angelea, Bryson-Bonebrake Block; or addrese
SOUTH RIVERSIDE LAND AND WATER CO.
SOUTH RIVERSIDE, CAL. 12 21-eod-lm—
HOTEL- PALOMARES, strictly first-class.
r . jf Special scconi modatlons far
:' " snr'ound^
HOTEL PALOMARES CO.
POMONA, OAI F. E. Farmer, Manager.
GEO. G. LEM. YIP KIM VOW.
mm\. coanssios and euploybext mm.
mm^^XmmMilM Family and Hotel Cooks and Farm
Laborers furnished on short notice
P. O. Box 1138, Station C. Tel. 824. No. 511 NORTH MAIN ST., opp. The Pico Houso
3-6-SuTuAFrl-lm
HANOOOK BANNING,
IMPORTER OF SOUTH FIELD
WELLINGTON
LUMP -:- COAL.
$iz.25 Per Ton, 65 Cents Per Cwt.
„_„ I 180 WEST SECOND STREET, 1 '
( 221 SOUTH BPRIN G STREET, [TELEPHONE 86
Yard, 8*» North Main Street. Telephone 1047.
WOOD AND KINDLING. 7-NU
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