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Catted States Weather Offlea.
Report o! observation'! taken at Los Angeles
June 27, 1898:
•lax. tern. 80: mm. tern. 51.
In the notice of the Apollo club con
cert yesterday the date was put as Tues
day the 30th, when it should be
Signet chapter No. 67, R. A. M., will
confer Most Excellent degree this Tues
day evening, June 28th. All Royal
Arch Masons are cordially invited.
Cornelio Contreras, aged 75, jumped
off a car on Aliso street near Pleasant
avenue, fell and broke his left hip. He
was taken to bis home on Pleasant
avenue and the fracture was reduced by
Police Surgeon E. A. Bryant.
The Colored Democratic club met at
219 Requena street. Reuben Brown
chairman and M. C. Haustaun was sec
retary. Mr. A. F. Holland of Fresno
addressed the meeting on the political
situation. Mr. Holland is the editor of
the New Age of Fresno. There was a
good attendance, and the sentiment ex
pressed urging the colored men to leave
the Republican party and become Dem
ocrats was well Teceived.
Jim Melius has his arm in a sling, the
result of a scorpion bite receivod at Cat
Mr. Harris Newmark and family are
booked for a trip to Alaska and will
start next Monday.
Scott White, of Bowie, Ariz., the
owner of the San Simon valley cattle
ranch, is in the city with his family.
Harry Patton, the editor of the Ban
ning Herald, who has been to Chicago
assisting in the nomination of the next
' president, will return in a few days.
A. W. St. John, editor of the daily
and weekly PreßS at Carthage, Mo., a
bright and newsy publication, is visit
ing Los Angeles, and will be here sev
W. P. Mcintosh, the well-known real
estate agent, has fully recovered from
the recent accident by which his right
leg was injured, and is attending ener
getically to business.
A. L. Whitelaw and Mr. Hayes., dele
gates to the national association of
Christian Endeavor, that meets in New
York city, July 7to 11, left on the 2
p. m. train yesterday.
Dr. Lindley, 331>£ South Spring street.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 8. Broad
A. C. Golsh insures you in the best
Texas oysters, 146 South Main. B.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street.
The Windemere on Ocean avenue,
Santa Monica, is now open for summer
Beef and tomatoes, succotash, straw
berry shortcake at the Exchange, 223
The Los Angeles Terminal railway
will sell tickets July 2d, 3d and 4th
going, and good to return July sth, in
clusive, at one fair for the round trip.
Ho for Catalina! The Los Angeles
Terminal railway make direct connec
tions at their wharf, East San Pedro,
with all steamers for Avalon, going and
returning. Round-trip tickets on sale
at all principal ticket offices.
Why is the Bellevue Terrace hotel
gaining such patronage for tbe summer?
It has now seventy guests and more com
ing every day, because it baa a jolly crowd
and plenty of amusements. Table and
services the best in Los Angeles and
Do you want a banjo, guitar, mando
lin or violin? I have decided to sell
tbem on small payments when desired,
and at tbe came time not increase the
price. Call on me. J. T. Fitzgerald, in
the Day-Fisher Mueic Co., 121 and 123
N. Spring street.
Dr. McSwegan, who visited the
world's hospitals for three years, has
resumed practice at 316 South Spring
THE PALATINE INSURANCE CO.
Of Manchester, England, One of the
Leading Insurance Companies
of the World.
The nuovc-n-'.mtd Insurance company is r>ne
of the most prosperous and papular companies
in existence, and Is now enjoying a most lucra
tive business throunhout the world. This com
pany has recently purchased the entire assets
and business of the City of London Fire Insur
ance of England. The figures below show that
the Palatine Insurance Company is second to
Subscribed capital $5,550,000 00
(Under English law this is as good as paid
Paid-up capital $1,380 000 00
Assets 4 897,025 00
Net surplup 700,000 00
Annual business 5,025,160 00
(Making the Palatine the fifth company ln
the world ln amount of business transacted.)
Patrons holding City of London policies re
quiring indorsements should call on
JOHN T. GRIFFITH. Agent,
ISO south Broadway.
J. R. TO BEAM AN, Second Agent,
145 South Broadway.
R. 11, List, notary public. Legal papers carc
nlly ilfawn. 127 West Second. Teleptione ISS,
0. T. Paul, stoves, hardware, etc., has removed
to 130 8. Main.
Visiting Cards Kngraved
At Langstadter'e, 214 West Second. Tel. 702.
To the World's Fair Free.
You may doubt It, but by calling at the Pa
cific Tea company, 103 South Main street, they
will convince you as to the truth ol the above
Sirs. Forster-Huber's Removal Sale.
locls at less than cost to reduce stock Hatur- ■
y, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesaay and Thurs
■„ d /at 210 North Spring street.
I! XT Prominent Physicians Recommend
John w •eland's and Fredericksburg Beer,
J jth unequaled ior quality, strength and purity
Trasses and Shoulder Braces
At John Beckwith & Son'B, druggists, 303 North
Main street, junction of bpring ana Temple
streets A fit guaranteed. No trouble to show
S. Conrad 1, Optician, Watchmaker and
No 121 N. Sp'ing St., watches, clocks and
jewelry carefully repaired and warranted.
Fine diamond setting a specialty.
Leave Your Orders at Althouse Bros.
For choice cherries, currants and all kinds ber
ries and vegetables. lu6 W. First. Tel. 335.
These Warm Days Visit
Christopher's, 211 South Spring street, for de
WHAT IS IN THE HOLE?
Farther Details of the Schwartz
A Deep Hole Below the Place Where
the Valise Was Found.
Further Details of the Valise Episode.
A Plaoe In the River Which
Should Be Dragged.
The discovery by Officer Goodman of
a valise and a number of other articles
on Buena Vista street extension (other
wise known as the Southern Pacific
trail), has resulted in a great complica
tion of ideas. The fact that some ad
dresses in books found among the arti
cles discovered pointed to a connection
with a San Francisco disappearance,
gave tbe find an air of importance. It
bas already been published that the
valise contained a small Webster's Dic
tionary and a text book on shorthand.
The former on ita fly-leaf had the in
scription: "George L. Schwartz." On
the fly-leaf of the shorthand text-book
was the name of "Su9ie Schwartz, No.
410 Laguna street. San Francisco." A
comparison with tbe San Francisco di
rectory proved that Mrs. Jane Schwartz
bad lived at No. 410 Laguna street.
Sunday's issue of the Chronicle, with
reference to tbis case, said the follow
It was found last night that if the Los
Angelea police will hunt up Mrs. Jane
Schwartz and her family, in or near Los
Angeles, they may find the solution of
the valise mystery. It is not in San
Francisco. Tbe Schwartzes moved to
Los Angeles a few weeke ago, and Mies
Susie Schwartz went witb her mother.
She has never otherwise been missing
from tbis city.
Mrs. Schwartz was divorced about
eleven years ago from her husband, who
now runs a little tailor shop down on
Second street. Since then she and her
children havestruggled along ia a fairly
successful way. The eldest son is of age
and sickly and crippled. William, the
second son, is about 18 years old, and
for a long time was employed by Bovee,
Toy & Co. About two months ago he
left their employ to go to Alaska witb an
uncle. Susie is about 16 or 17 years old,
and up to a short tima ago worked in a
bakery on Hayes street. She aud oth
ers of the children have for a good while
been trying to pick up shorthand in odd
hours. Her friends know of no trouble
to herself or brothers. There is a son
Benjamin, about 16 years old, to whom
the valise mty belong. The in other and
the oldest and youngest son bave had
poor health, and partly on that account
all the family, with the exception of
Wiliism, packed up their effects in a lit
, tie tenement on Ivy avenue a few weeks
ego aud went to Los Angeles with a few
hundred dollars, intending to go on a
little farm somswhere in that county.
Since then they have not been heard of
The local police have not thought the
matter of sufficient importance to de
tail any one to look it up. At the same
time Officer Goodman has been con
tinuing his clever work as far as the
limitations of his patrol duty will
allow. Further details of the finding of
tbe valise, hitherto suppressed, lend a
somewhat new aspect to the case. Offi
cer Goodman was accompanied by
Officer Valencia when he found tbe
valise and the other articles. The
latter were discovered on tbe very
edge of a precipitous declivity, so
steep, tbat Goodman only recovered
tbem by taking hold of Officer Valen
cia's hand and leaning over towards the
brink. Afterward, under orders, Good
man looked at the bottom of the preci
pice, a hundred feet below, and found
tbat a pair of high rubber boots would
not allow him to wade the river as it
runs at tbe foot of tbe declivity. Tbere
is a deep hole below this and the
edge of it is full of weeds and brambles.
It is barely possible tbat tbis hole con
tains a further detail towards the solu
tion of the mistery.
Among the papers found in the valise
were a number of blank letter-heads of
Bovee, Toy & Co., the San Francisco
real estate brokers, for whom, according
to the Chronicle's story, William, the
second son of Mrs. Schwartz, worked for
William Murphy, the tramp who was
arrested and locked up because he was
supposed to know something about the
Schwartz valise mystery, was not taken
into police coart yesterday. He is still
in the city jail on suspicion.
CRANDALL MEETS HIS WIFE.
After Years of Separation There May Be
a Family Reunion.
Bryant B. Crandall and his wife have
met, says the Buffalo Times.
After six years or more of separation
they greeted each other in Attorney
Arthur W. Hickman's office last week.
The meeting was entirely private, and
no one was present but tne man and
What they said and did and how they
acted ia only a matter of conjecture.
One story is that Crandall pleaded that
he was entirely irresponsible when he
left Buffalo, and has been so much of the
time since. He maintained that he had
been faithful to his marital vows at all
times since, and it is said tbat he con
vinced Mrs. Crandall of the truth of hie
If he ie acquitted of the senous charges
which now hang over him and threaten
bim with a term in the penitentiary, he
may rejoin his family.
The Natatorium will present another
enjoyable programme of aquatic features
tonight, and as the weather is now warm
enough to enhance tbe pleasures of a
swim, there will doubtless be a large
attendance of swimmers, of both sexes.
Mr. Masac will possibly repeat some of
his wonderful feats of trick swimming.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union telegraph office, cor
ner Main and Court streets, June 27,
1892 : 8. J. Stephens, W. H. Pomeroy,
W. H. Syme, C. M. Converse.
Bekcham's Pills for a bad Liver.
J. P. Taggart & Co.,
Wholesale and retail ltqaor dealers, have re
moved from 311 New High street to 115 South
Spring street, next to Nadeau hotel. John Wie
laud beeT fresh on draught, 5 cents a glass.
Notice to Political Clubs.
Fitzgerald & Dromgold of the Btar tign Com
pany, 222 Franklin street, are now prepared to
paint your banner-, signs and decorations for
the campaign on shoit notice.
Broadway Undertaking Parlors.
Howry & Bresee, funeral directors, Broad
way, near Sixth st. Telephone 243. Ocen nights.
Christopher's Ice Cream I* tbe Belt.
241 South Spring street; families supplied.
TTTE LOS HERALD; TUESDAY M6fctfitfa JtTNE 28, 1892.
Meeting of tha Committee—More Sab
In the absence of Mayor Haaard, H. J.
Shoulters presided at the 4th of July
meeting last evening. The finance
committee, through D. M. McGarry, re
ported that they expected to raise fully
$2000 from the business houses. The
committee on music reported favorable
progress, as did also the invitation com
mittee. D. M. McGarry suggested that
all mounted persons desiring to take
part in the procession be required to
wear a red, white and blue sash. On
motion of Mr. Carter a committee of
three, consisting of Messrs. Carter, Gil
bert, Zeigler and Wilbartz, was appoint
ed for tbe purpose of obtaining boys
from the public schools to take part in
tbe procession as Continentals.
The following additional subscriptions
bave been received: Els. Fay and son,
$20; Chas. Eaton, $5; cash, $s;Off&
Vaughn, $10; W.S.Allen, $10; Bailey
& Barker Sons, $6; Crystal Palace, $10;
Howell & Craig, $10; C.C.Patterson,
$10; W. W. Montague, $10; Whittier,
Fuller A Co., $10, M. A. Newmark &
Co., $10; W. H. Man bill, $5; Hawley,
King & Co., $10; Kiugsbaker Bros., $5;
Scboder, Johnson A Co., 10; Haes,
Baruch & Co., $10; Los Aneeles Cracker
Co., $10; L. VacheA Co., $5; Los Ange
les Farming and Mill Co., $10; Cook &
Langley, $10; National Ice Co., $10;
L. A. Con. Electric Ry. $100; Union Ice
Co , $10; W. H. Hoogee, $10; Niles
Pease, $10; Newell & Mathews, $10; F.
E.Brown, $5; cash. $5; Sanders, $5:
Eckstrom & Strassburg, $5; McLane &
Lehman, $5; W. H. Stowell, $5; T. H.
Mathews, $5; Mathews Bros., $5; C.
W. Gibson. $5; Luitweiler, $5; Stoll,
$5; L. Escallier, $5; Calistme & Co.,
$5; Joe Mascarel, $5; Jaun Ondoqui,
$5; Castira, $5; A. Vignolo, $5; 0. W.
Hicks, $5; cash, $3.
WILL TAKE HER SEAT.
MRS. MARGARET HUGHES WINS
She Will Oust t>r. Hitchcock From
the Board of Education—Jadge
Van Dyke's Opinion In
The board of education had many a
shindy last year when Mrs. Margaret
Hughes was elected to the board, and
afterwards was ousted by the election
of Dr. Wm. W. Hitchcock. The matter
was brought into the courts and yester
day Judge Van Dyke renedered a decis
ion in the case, People ex rel. vs. Wm.
W. Hitchcock, by which the lady is in
the position of one who laughs last.
The facts showed that on September
7 last, A. C. Shafer resigned from the
board, and the board, under its charter
and rules, met to elect a successor.
Tbe full number of the board is eight,
but Mr. Shafer remained away and
there were but seven present. Mrs.
Hughes received four votes. The chair
man ruled that she was not elected, be
cause the rules of the board required
five votes to carry.
The chairman refusing to declare tbe
lady elected Mr. Hitchcock at a later
meeting received five votes and was in
stalled in the vacancy. Mrs. Hughes sued
to eject Mr. Hitchcock.
There were two points raised by coun
sel for Hitchcock: First, that Mrs.
Hughes was not eligible to the office, be
ing a woman; second, that she was not
Section 203 of tbe city charter pro
vides that "no person shall be eligible
to any municipal office under thia char
ter who at tbe time of his election or
appointment is not a qualified elector
under the laws of tbe state." The act of
1874, however, passed by the legislature,
provides that "women over 21, who are
citizens of the United States and of the
state shall be eligible to all educational
officer of the state except those from
which they are excluded by the consti
tution." The verdict of the court, there
fore, is that Mra. Hughes is eligible, and
the city charter fails in this respect. As
to the question of her bein t elected tbe
court says :
"The charter having required merely
five, or a majority of the whole board,
to constitute a quorum without specify
ing how many of the quorum should be
required to pass on the measure, that
matter is left to tbe rule presented by
the common law, to wit, a majority of
the quorum only and the by-law en
acted by the board in this respect is in
conflict with the general law, and is in
valid arc! void."
|r DELICIOUS V
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
\&nilla -\ of perfeot purity.
Lemon -I Of great strength.
Ahtiond If Economy lnthalrua*
Rose etc.r; F,avor as delicately
and dellolously as the fresh frul**
Hatrdresslng, Shampooing, Catting,
Curling and Singeing done at popular
prices. FORD'd CELEBRATED FLUID
used in curling.
Dyeing and Bleaching a specialty.
MRB. CODIE, 219 SOUTH SPRING ST.
_ CXSH~PAID FOR
And all classes of drying fruits at the new
dryer on Thirty third street, near Main, Los
Angeles. 6-28 tf C. J. SHKPHKRP.
PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO.,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
No. UO North Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Always open. Telephone No. 61.
THE HAMMAM ~BATH,
230 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Turkish, Russian, Roman. Sulphur, Electric,
Massage and Compleziou baths scientifically
given. Ladles department open from nuou to 6
pm , Saturday, all day. Gentlemen's depart
ment open day and night.
FOURTH OF JULY.
/ One \.
/ ro»nded teaspoonful \
/ of Cleveland's W
/ Baking Powder \
j does more and better work
I than a heaping v/~~\ I
\ teaspoonfui N^^T^ 5, /
\ of any other. /
\ A large saving on a /
\. year's baitings. /
A pure cream of tarter powder.
Used in the U. S. Army and by
tea; • rs of Cookrry.
Cleveland's is the standard, it never
Varios. it tiocs the mo. i work,-tha be.it
W ovii and is perfect!* wbo'csorfie,
The Grand opera house waa crowded
last evening to witness the first perform
ance here of the American drama, The
Witch. The story of the play is laid in
the Puritanic times of old New England
in the early colonial days, when super
stition and prejudice ran rampant and
stained the prefactory historic pages of
America with crimes perpetrated in the
name of the law. The story is based on
the superstition of witchcraft, and it. is
handled very well, possessing quite a
number of dramatic situations, good
reading lines mixed in with pathos, and
incidentally introduces the grotesque
questions and answers actually em
ployed in the witchcraft trials. The
play presents in a strong and harsh
light the misdeeds of the Puritan fath
ers performed in the name of religion,
and tbe picture perforce is a sombre and
lugubrious one, with atrabilious char
Marie Hubert Frohman as The Witch
is the central figure. She possesses a
decided dramatic talent, and is a woman
of impressive preeence, but ber work is
manifestly marred by an exaggerated
Delsartean atyle. By giving current to
her natural dramatic impulses she will
achieve better results and give voice to
the emotional side of her character. As
a result of the mannerisms of intonation
and gesture she obscures the deeps of
feeling which one naturally would ex
pect from her undisguised personality.
Herman Hirschley as Arnooka, the
Indian, gave a very good presentment of
one of Cooper's aborigines, and Mr.
Roberts as Father Ambrose was digni
fied and impressive, reading his lines
clearly. Charles Jehlinger as Walter
Leyden, the hero, so to speak, of tbe
play, delighted in talking sotto voce.
He went through the play whispering
his lines, and the Lord only knows what
he was talking about, for the audience
Mr. Branick as the Marshal, Miss
Casey as Goody Oliver, Mr. Kelly as
Doctor Leyden, Miss Brown as Betsey
Leyden, and Miss Ogden as Mercy Mad
dock, all gave strong typical characters,
and the remainder of the cast were above
Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of skookum root bair giower
than a wig; besides, wearing yonr own
hair is more convenient. All druggists.
For Pare Ice Cream
For weddinge, parties, etc., call at
Ebinger's, Third and Spring streets.
First class restaurant connected. Tele
Colored Fires I Colored Fires I
Political organizations and others desiring
colored fires can obtain them in quantities to
suit at reasonable rates at Off A Vaughn's,
chemists. Fourth and Spring streets.
ALL PERSONS ARB HEREBY FORBIDDEN
to furnish my wife, Luisa O. de Forbes, or
my family, any goods, wares or merchandise of
any kind for or on my account without written
orders Irom ne, as I will not be responsible.
6 23 lOt CHAS. H. FORBES.
Tuesday Morning, June 28th,
At 10 O'clock, at
912 West Seventeenth Street.
Consisting of Parlor, Dining-room and Bed
room Furniture, Moquet and Brussels Carpets,
Lace Curtains, Large Sideboard, hlegant Ward
robe, Oak Hatrack. Etchings, Engravings,
Water Colors, Pastels, Bisque Figures, Rattan
Chairs, Crockery, Glassware, Range, Garden
Tools, etc. Sale positive, parties leaving city.
THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer.
WINES, LIPrTaND CISaBS !
Wednesday Morning, June 29th, at 10
O'clock, at 358 S. Spring St.
Consisting of a full line of Fine Bottled and
Bulk Goods, selected especially for family use,
of the finest brands; also the office furniture,
besides all the tools used in bottling, labeling
and packing. THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer.
J. J. DORAN, 215 SOUTH MAIN, is now re
ceiving a tremendous large stock of Fireworks,
Flags. Chinese Lanterns and Decorations for
the Fourth of July. The sock is large and
cheaper than ever, Including the latest novel
ties, and will be sold wholesale and retail,
Purchasers and dealers should come early to
make best selections. 6-19 7-4
i- T. MARTIN,
fljggg BL . --DBALKB IN—
|g m# fit* md Becoid-Sud
Carpets. Mattresses and
Prices low fer spot cash, or will sell on install
*B1 SOUTH BPKINQ STREET.
Between Fourth and Filth Streets.
Telephone 98*. P. O. box 1021 ■ 7-31-tl
IRON. STE EL.
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, EU.
111, 119 and 181 South Los Angeles Bt,
CLOTHING AT COST
Not a Special Sale, but our regular way under
* NEW * PLANfr
We iret a discount for spot cash of 8 per oent. For losses reckoned by menufscturers on the
usual time purchases, 5 per cent. Saving to our customers, 13 per oent, furnishing them goods
at prices pud by merchants ln the regular way.
OUR * LARGE * SALES
Show that this plan is appreciated and gives us a satisfactory profit. Examine our stock and
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Etc.
UNION CLOTHING HOUSE I *J3K
107 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Special Clean-up Sale of Horses
ON PREMISES, POTRERO GRANDE,
TWO MILKS SOUTH OF ROHEMEAD, ON
WEDNESDAY, JULY c, 1892.
SALE COMMENCING AT lO O'CLOCK A. M.
There are eighty (80) head In aU. from 1 to 5 years old, most of them by Lexingtor,
he by Lexington. He is a grand individual himself, and his colts are of good *««e (wdlJne.
Guests wi'l be served with lunch. The public are invited to attend this sale In confidence,
" 1 O. K. Bubles.»»South Main street.
,Rom WT"* X " W> NOye " #'w A rloYi^ 0 A W ueti r oneer.
r / CANCER HOSPITAL
V 1 Cure or no pay; no
knife or pain. Testi-
ff* ruoulals ao<l treatise
free. Fbmalk and Lung
trouble also a specialty.
Offices, 211 W. First St.,
1 > Los Angeles.
— OF —
Carriage and Work Horses,
Mutes, Milch Cows and Heifers,
Also .Fine Jersey Bull,
—AT THE —
0. K. STABLE & STOCK YARDS
OF J. N. JOHNSON,
No. 248 South Main Street,
Thursday, Jane 30th, at 10 L M,
The catalogue embraces some valuable colts
by Qosslper, McKlnuey and Raymond, rosd,
work and saddle horses, lovely family milch
cows and heifers, span of line work mules:
also a very One Jersey bull, thirty-eight bead
The stock can be seen at the above place on
and after Monday. Jane 27th.
Sale Positive, and for Cash.
EC. W. NOYES,
Office at the O. K. Stables.
J. N. JOHNSON'S O.K. STABLES
• 218 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
TUESDAY, JUNE 28th. AT 10 A. M.
The undersigned will sell at auction sixteen
head of fine horses, and one span mules, per
fect matches. The catalogue comprise« valu
able roadsters and trotting stock, sired by Cor
rect, Dashwood and Nury, thoroughbred, and
all of my own raising on my ranch in Santa
Barbara county, and every animsl will be guar
anteed as represented at tbe sale.
I. K. FISHER.
MATLOCK & REED, Auctioneers, 120K 8.
Scientific and Practical Optician; eyes tested
free; artificial eyes inserted; lenses ground on
premises; occulists' prescriptions correctly
filled. 6-8 6m
Fine Sold Fillings
AU operations pain-
Y*f& BIT TKETH ' w.oo.
mm 4 ms>
V\m' Rooms 18 and 19,
rnvkmrU -wK sUi sal iq7 n. spring st
GRAND VIEW HOTEL,
AVALON, CATALINA ISLAND.
Which for oomfort and pleasure is not sur
passed on the 1»land; 1000 feet of plazta; every
room an outside room; bith room free to
guests; music hall 20x50 feet; table first-class;
6 26 1m GEO. E. WE AVER, Proprietor.
• CATALINA ISLAND.
First-class home-made bread, pies and cakes.
Only the best material used.
6-26 3m A. WHEELER, Proprietor.
230 8. MAIN ST.'
(Over Hamic&m Baths.;
Continue to treat with wonderful success all
Speoiflo diseases of Ken and Women. Gon
orrhoea, Oleet, Btrioture, Lost Manhood,
Weakness of Bexual Organs, Night Emis
sions, Urinary and Kidney trouble, Blood
and Skin diseases. Syphilis thoroughly
eradicated from the system. Offices equipped
with all late appliances, and ln charge of
graduates of the best colleges ia America.
Kedioines free to patients.
Offick Hocbs: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sundays,
10 to 13 only.
LAST & FISK,
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
131 N. MAIN ST.
LOS ANUEIEB, OAL.
Sole Agents for Southern California,
khcQser-Biisch Brewing Association
FILSENER EXQUISITE I
(St. Louis bottling,);
FOE 80TJTHEBN CALIFORNIA.
A carload of each has Just arrived and Is
ready for distribution among the trade.
8-81 3m Telephone 38.
Wholesale and Retail. Assorted cases for
public and private display, $5, f.SO. tlO, $15.
$25, $50, $75 and $150. Cash with all orders.
214 West Second street. Telephone No. 762.
Antelope Valley is coming rapidly to the
front as a farming section, and locations on
good land are of daily occurrence.
The firm with which Mr. Andrew Young la
connected, at So. 124 X 8. Spring street, room
5, is now prepared to show some very choice
prices, we nave an experience of years in
locating. We know every acre of valley. We
go up twice a week, and will show the land as
well as the location. Call at room 5, tffloe of
8. H. BTJTTERFIBLD,
No, 8. Soring, Los Angeles, Oal,
Mention the name of this paper. 6-3 lm
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TRADE MASK. Los Angeles, Cal.
If the skin of yonr face or hands is
not clear and pretty you should give
it immediate attention.
Cucumber aud Elder Flower Cream
will Improve yonr complexion, and
a pair of L. Shaw's relebiated cos
metic gloves will make your hands
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HARRIS, Toilet Parlors, 8, 9, 10,
5-24 lm Hotel Ramons, cor.Thlrd and Spring
SAM. LEVY, TAILOR,
442 S. Spring St., bet. Fourth and Fifth.
Suits made to order. Gentlemen's clothing
cleaned, dyed, repaired and altered in first
Dyeing and cleaning ladies' garments a spec