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Nancy Hanks Trots a Mile
in 2:0514.
Two Seconds Clipped Off Her
Chicago Time.
Flying Jib Pa ctß a Mile lv 2 =07 in
a Race
The California Wonder Now ■ World
Beater—The Eastern Running
Races — Other Sport
ing Kvente.
By the Associated Press. 1
Independence, la./ Aug. 31.—Nancy
Hanks, the queen of horsedom, added
a shining star to her crown today, when
sho trotted around the famous kite
shaped track at this place in the un
precedented time of 2:05%, clipping
two seconds off her Chicago maik made
two week ago.
She was brought out at 2:30, and as
soon as she was recognized in the loop,
cheering begad. She looked well, and
her superior condition today was easily
discernable. She took her first warm
ing-up mile gently, being only driven at
a jog. About 4 o'clock ebe was brought
out again and received the same cordial
welcome. At just 4.15 she appeared on
the stretch again; this time the ap
plause was deafening, haudkercbiefs
and parasols waved; voices expanded to
the utmost. Young and old and every
body cheered.
She now jogged up the loop and
turned to face the kite before her. The
attempt was fruitless, and she came
back and scored down again. Frank
Starr had the runner Abe Lincoln near
ncr, while Williams, with Ted Cotton,
was waiting at the post. W hen she
reached the wire she was going square
and true, and Doble nodded for the
word. From the word "go," Nancy
trotted as only Nancy can trot, steady as
clockwork and swifter than a bird, with
matchless, swinging gait.
She reached the quarter pole in 30
seconds. The half was reached in 1:01,
and the men who had watched the fig
ures on the dials found it bard to be
The third quarter flag went down at
1:34, and fearing she was lagging, Wil
liams closed up with the runner, Ted
Gordon. The act was useless. Doble
loused her head, and u-ged her on
gently with whip and voice. As she
darted under the wire there was a death
like silence. At last a cheer was sent
up as the great horse was driven back
to the stand, but a hush fell over all aB
the bell tapped. Starter McCarthy an
nounced the official time as 2:05%, and
his voice was drowned with yells.
The mile is an unpßralled one in the
history of the world, and worthy of
study. A strong breeze was blowing
Irom the northwest, aud, situated as
the kite-shaped track is, from the half
to the home wire the force of the wind
increased with every step. Nancy's
first quarter was gone in 30 seconds; the
second quarter but a second slower, and
this was done under an effort *o talk, her
back. Tbe time for the half. 1:01, was
considered a little to fast, by Doble, and
he coaxed her to a Blower gait for the
next quarter. The third flag was
reached a second or two slower than in
tended, but here Nancy was given her
head and she finished strong, and in the
face of the wind, 31% seconds.
"A noticeable feature." said Doble,
"waa the condition of the mare after her
mile. Within fifteen minutes after she
reached her stall she was as fresh and
lively as a young colt, and no one would
dream she had made the greatest trial
of her life."
"OhjSyes, the kite track is faster than
the regulation shape," said Doble.
"How many eeconds I would not say;
but there is not a shadow of a doubt
about it."
Had Allerton been in condition, and a
match race trotted, as originally in
tended, Nancy Hanks could have taken
three heals, in an average of 2:07. Of
this there is no doubt in the miuds of
those who saw her great mile, and
know her ability.
Flying Jib Paces • Mile In a Race In
Independence, la., Aug. 31.—The Cal
ifornia wonder, Flying Jib, today broke
the world's pacing record for a race, go
ing in 2:07. He was barred in the pools.
He was entered in the 2:20 pace, $5000,
and won straight heats, making the
first and second in 2:10, aud the last in
2:07. Deflector was second, Mary Can
tilever third, and Barney fourth.
Class 2:40 trot, $1000—Clara D. won,
Frank Quirk second, Victoria McGregor
third, Alaska fourth; best time, 2:17%.
Yesterday's Races at Sheepshead Bay.
Latouia and Saratoga.
Shbepbhkad Bay, Aug. 31,—The track
was in fairly good condition this after
Seven furlongs— Dn Hasbrouck won,
Potomac second, Correction third; time,
Partridge stakes, six furlongs, on the
turf—Zornitza, colt, won, Doctor second,
Emm Bey third; time, 1:16 45.
Futurity course—(Jouttship won,
Reginald second, Queen Enid third;
time, 1:15.
Great Falls stakes, one mile and a
furlong—Count won, Equity second,
Now or Never third; time, 1:56 15.
Futurity course—Dagonet won, Lord
Dalmeny second, Ella third; time,
1:12 1-5.
Turf handicap, mile aud a quarter on
the turf—Gloaming won, Tom Rogers
eecond, Rcquefort third ; time, 2:10 4-5.
Cincinnati, Aug. 31.—At Latonia the
track was lumpy and duety.
Six furlonga—Hyman won, Hippona
second, Lucy Clank third; time, 1:17.
One mile—Little Annie wou.SelinaD.
second, Hedge Rose third ; time, I:44>£.
Seven furlongs-*-Baron won, Mark S.
eecond, My Partner third ; time, 1:30.
Five and one-half furlongs—Empress
Frederick won, Dearest Eecond, Harry
L. third; time, 1:1 M(.
Four and one-half furlongs—Rapidell
won, Nellie Shaw second, Merry Eyes
third; time, 0:58 U.
Five and one-half furlongs—Give
Aw*y won, Protection second, Clinty C.
third; time, 1:09)^.
Saratoga, Aug. 31.—One miln— Driz
zle won, Lester second. Versatile third.
Time, 1:44.
Five and a half furlongs—Toano won,
Lord Harry second, Ruth third. Time,
Grand Union hotel stakes, six iur
longs—One won, Industry second, Nick
third. Time, 1:16%.
The Merchants' stakes, one and a
quarter miles—Dundee won, Santa Ana
second, Lowlander third. Time, 2:10%.
Seven furlongs—Melanie won, Bal
briggan second, Panway third. Time,
Steeplechase,short course—Sam Gorey
won, Futurity second, St. Luke third.
Time not given.

Petaluma Races.
Petaluma, Aug. 31. —Three-quarters
of a mile, for 2-year-olds—Duke Stephens
won, Eetrella second ; time, 1:18.
Five-eighths of a mile —Alfred B. won,
Pat Carroll second, Red Rose-third;
titnc, 1:03.
Trotting for district 2-year-oldß—Won
by Alden W.; time, 2:36%.
Trotting, 3-minute class—Won by.
None Better, Edenia second; time,
2 :24k.
Pacing, 2:25 class —Chris. Smith and
Hazel each won two heats; best time,
2:20%. Finish postponed till tomorrow.
Nelson Breaks a Record.
Banqoh, Maine, Aug. 31.—At the
Eastern Maine state fair, this afternoon,
the stallion Nelson was sent to beat the
world's record of 2:15%, on a half-mile
time track, and trotted a mile in 2:13%.
Tono Wins the 9:30 Trot In Three
Straight Heats, Without Making a
Single Break-Novelty Doable
Team Race.
Special to the Herald.]
Hueneme, Cal., Aug. 31.—There was
a large attendance at the second clay of
tbe Hueneme fair, and the sport was ex
The Hueneme handicap proved to be
one of the best horse races of the sea
son. The starters were Hockhocking,
jr., Sid, Four Aces, Ssnta Fe.Lightfoot,
Bruce, Ben H. and C. P. Betting was
lively, with Hockhocking, jr., a favorite.
Pools sold : Hcckhocking, jr., $20; Hill
stKble, $12; Bruce, $10, and the field,
$16. A splendid start was effected.
Santa Fe led for almost a mile, with the
others bunched. It was a pretty race
down the stretch and.whips were freely
used. Hockhocking, who was in splen
did iettle, came away down the stretch
and won a well contested race. Four
Aces surprised the talent by pushing
second, with Sid third. The time was
The second race was spoiled by Bo
gam's bad acting at the start. He was
finally left at the post, and Prince's
First won with ease, from Dan Murphy.
The time for the three-quarters of a mile
was 1:18%.
The next event was a novelty. It was
a double team, three mile trotting dash,
owneredriving. Lee Rose drove Barney
and Burr; Thomas Rice drove Next and
Brilliant, and J. B. Palm drove Dew
drop and John Thompson. It was
splendidly contested, Lee Rose winning,
with Thomas Rice second. Time, 8:35
This is good time, especially as a strong
sea breeze «wept, over the track.
The 2:30 trot was competed for by
Tomo, Nemo, Stella C, Conkling and
Richelieu. Tono won in good style in
straight heats. Nemo took second, and
Stella O. third money. Time, 2:31%,
2:31%, and 2:35. Tono is owned by N.
A. Covarrubiae, of Lob Angeles. He
won easily, and did not make a break.
He was driven by Hank McGregor.
The Dukes Win an Exciting Game From
the Colouels.
San Jose, Aug. 31.—San Jose won a
great game from Los Angeles, today,
by good, clean, timely hitting.
AB. R. BE. m.ro. A. K.
McGunken, 1. f 8 o 0 O 4 0 0
KbrlKht, 2 b 4 1 1 1 4 6 O
Clark, c 4 1110 10
Dooley, lb 4 2 3 Oil O 1
Denny, 3 b 4 1 3 0 3 1 0
Everett, s s 4 0 1 1 2 4 0
MoVey, c. 1 4 O 0 0 0 0 0
Htalliiigt, r. f 4 0 0 0 2 1 0
Harper, p 2 0 0 0 1 1 1
Total 39 5 9 3i7 13 2
AB. ft. BR. SB P0 A.E.
Stafford, ». s 8 1 2 1 1 2 0
Wiiuht, o. f 3 1 1 0 0 O O
Tredway, 1. f 4 2 1 1 1 O 0
MuCauluy, lb 3 0 1 Oil O 0
Gleualvin, 2 b 4 O 1 0 0 5 0
Lytic, r.t 4 O 1 0 2 0 0
Baldwin, c 4 O 0 0 7 1 0
Hulen. 3b. 4 0 0 0 2 8 0
Boach, p 3 0 0 0 0 O 0
Total 32 4 7 224 11 0
San Jose O 0300002 X— 5
Los Angeles 2 0000002 o—4
Karned run* —San Jose, 6; Los Angeles, 3.
Three-base hits— riedway, Denny.
Two base hit—Dooley.
Sacrifice hit—Baldwin.
First base on error—Los Angeles, 1.
* First base on called balls—San Jose, 2; Los
Angeles, 3.
Leit on bases—San Jose, 6; Los Angeles, 4.
Struct out—By Boach 6.
Double plays—Everett
Wild pitches—Harper.
The Colonels Win.
San Francisco, Aug. 31.—Oakland
won today by timely batting, from San
Francisco. Score, 4to 1.
Errors—Oakland, 1; San Francisco 2.
Hits—Oakland, 7; Ban Francisco, 8.
Batteries—Homer and Brown; Fan
ning and Spies.
How the National League Team* Played
Ball Yesterday.
Chicago, Aug 31.—Perfect fielding
and opportune batting.
Chicago, 6; bite, 11; errors, 0.
Pliiladelptda, 3; bits, 12; errors. 1.
Batteries: Gumbert and Bchriver;
Carsey and Dowse.
PiTi'Sßuno. Aug. 31.—The Giants were
crippled, and put up a miserable field
ing game.
Pittsburg, 8; hits, 7; errors, 7.
New York, 6; hits, 8; errors, (5.
Batteries: Ehret and Mack; Boyle
and Mc Mali on.
Cleveland, Aug. 31. —Cuppy keptthe
visitors down to three hits in the first
game. The second game was called at
tbe end of the fifth on account of dark
ness, neither side scoring.
Cleveland, 3; hits, 14; errors, 2.
Baltimore, 1; hits, 3; errors, 5.
Batteries: Cuppy and Zimmer; Cobb
and Guneon.
LouibviLLK, Ail?. 31.—Brooklyn had a
walk over. Stratton's support was poor.
Louisville, 1; hits, 6; errors, 10.
Brooklyn, 9; hits, 9; errors, 0.
Batteries: Stratton and Merritt; Had
dock and C. Daily.
Cincinnati, Aug. 31.—Daud did well,
but tbe Beds couldn't bat Stivetts.
Cincinnati, 1; hits, 1; errors 6.
Boston, 6; hits, 8; errors, 2.
Batteries: Daud and Vaughn ; Stiv
etts and Ganzel.
Continued from First Pagf.
E. Milholland, went to Ophir farm to
pay their respects to the president, and
when they arrived they were received
on the piazza by Reid and D. O. Mills.
Piatt was at once conducted into the re
ception room, where a cordial meeting
followed between the president and the
White Plains, N. V., Aug. 31.—After
conferring with the presideut for almost
two hours, Piatt, nccorapanied by John
E Milhoihuid. left Ophir farm ;tnd took
the 3:36 train for New York. After
Piatt's departure, Senator Aldrich re
mained closeted with the president the
greener part of tbe afternoon, and took
the 4 p.m. train for New York.
At 7:30 Mr. Reid and his guests sat
down to dinner. Just before the party
repaired to the dining room, the presi
dent received two dispatches, both of
the same tenor, one from Secretary of
the Treasury Foster, and the other from
Attorney-General Millef. They officially
notified the president that cholera
had made its appearance within tbejurie
diction of the United States, and that
they desired to confer with him relative
to the steps which must be taken to pre
vent its spread, either by issuing a
proclamation prohibiting all further im
migration until the Abatement of the
plague abroad, or a similar step. At
torney General Miller also stated that
he was engaged in investigating the law
on the subject,
The president at once decided to can
cel all ingagemefltß and start for Wash
At 9 o'clock about 500 oltiz-ns cf
White t'lains, headed by the White
Plains band and delegations from Port
Chester and Rye, headed by the Port
Chester band, marched to the farm to
serenade the president. The party went
upon the piazza and Mr. Reid addressed
the serenaders briefly, introducing the
president. As the president stepped
forward he was greeted with cheers, the
band playing Hail to the Chief.
When the applause subsided, Harri
son addressed the assemblage, announc
ing briefly his necessity for an immedi
ate journey to Washington. After some
patriotic allusions, Mr. Harrison boved
his*thanks. Hardly had the crowd dis
persed, when Mr. Reid's carriage was
driven to the door, and tbe president
started for the depot.
Treasury Officials Satisfied With the
Quaiautine Arrangements.
Washington, Aug. 31.—When shown
a dispatch regarding the Moravia, As
sistant Secretary Spaulding said it
showed how necessary were the quaran
tine precautions taken. Speaking of
the suggestion that congress be called
together to enact a law suspending im
migration, Spaulding said suspending
immigration would materially decrease
the danger, though it would be possible
for cholera to get here even then.
"We are doing all that can be done,"
he said. "We have established a close
quarantine to protect this country at
every pert. Vessels will be detained
just aa long as tbe health officers think
necessary in each case, whether it be
one day oi thirty. If decreed by Divine
Providence that cholera will come here,
we cannot prevent it, but it is aB nearly
impossible for it to get in as we can
make it."
The state department today received
the following dispatch from the consul
at Glasgow:
"Cholera confined to ca«es reported
amongst continental immigrants. No
contact with any passengers sent for
ward. No cholera in this city."
The marine hospital service today re
ceived the following cablegram from the
United States consul at Liverpool:
"All steerage passengers nailing today
efficiently quarantined before embark
ing ; all clothing and baggage thorough
ly disinfected by sulphur process. Pas
sengers already embarked pronounced
perfectly safe by local authorities, who
are thoroughly alive to the danger, and
taking vigorous measures to prevent an
Both Secretary Foster and Dr. Wyman
feel that everything possible has'been
done by the authorities to meet any
contingency that may arise and to draw
tbe cordon of the quarantine as tight as
the occasion may demend. They are
fully alive to the situation, and Secre
tary Foster, tonight, said he could
see nothing further to do to prevent an
invasion of the disease. He is coDfident,
he says, that the state quarantine of
ficials have been most assiduous and
will continue to be so in tbe methods
of inspection, and so long ac the gov
ernment is satisfied that the state work
is thorough and complete in all respects,
the state officers will not be interfered
The Btate Hoard -of Health Waking Up
to the Situation.
San Francisco, Aug. 31.—The health
officers here are taking every precaution
against cholera. 'Quarantine Doctor
Lawler has ordered all vessels arriv
ing from Alaska rigidly inspected.
He fears that the cholera might
be brought over from Russia by way of
Alaska. The state board of health has
provided means to stop all suspicious
cases at the state line. All in
coming trains from Portland and
Ogden will be inspected before
the passengers are allowed to enter
California. Dr. Cochran, president of
the board, lives at Los Angelea and will
look out for the southern part of tbe
state. Chinatown is being inspected
and the city will be thoroughly cleaned.
An Alarming Number of Deaths from
Cholera at Hamburg.
London, Sept. I.—The Standard's
Hamburg correspondent telegraphs:
Thursday evening—During the past
twenty four hours 396 burials have
taken place. Most of the cholera
victims are now claimed in the quarter
near the hospital, and two physicians
euecumbed today. Four deaths from
Asiatic cholera are reported from Lv
Osed in Milliaas of Homea— 40 Years the Standard
Office of Chemist
lowa State Board of Health.
Drake University,
Dcs Moines, lowa, March 4, 1892.
I have analyzed all the principal brands of
baking powders sold in this State. The results
show that the Royal has the highest leavening
power of any powder examined, and is composed
of pure and wholesome ingredients, of a character
perfectly proper for use. Baking tests with it
gave biscuit very light, white, sweet and whole
some, No other powder gave results so satis
Floyd Davis, E.M., M.Sc., Ph.D. .
Prof, of Chemistry Drake University, lowa College of
Physicians and Surgeons, Dean of lowa College of Phar
macy, Chemist of lowa State Board of Health, etc., etc.
beck. A smallpox epidemic is raging in
Holstein. There are twenty-nine cases
here and fifteen at Kiel.
Hamburg, Aug. 31. —The chamber of
commerce hae organized a relief com
mittee. The cholera victims are now
more frequently than at first, persons of
the middle and upper classes. Disin
fectants are being supplied gratis to the
Berlin, Aug. 31. —The imperial board
of health reports that there were 426
frenh cases of cho'era and 21.9 deaths at
Hamburg yesterday. In Berlin there
ws're three new caee=, and one death;
in Madgeburg, two new cases and one
death. Two isolated cases occurred iv
the grand duchy of Meoklenburg-
Sehwerin and the duchy of Saxe-Alteu
Vienna, Aug. 31—The Neve Freie
Presse contains the important an
nouncement that the mortality among
the cholera patients at Hamburg is re
duced fully 50 per cent, by in
jections of warm salt water.
The effect is immediate add
marvelous, and many patients whose
pulse was bo feeble as to be indiscern
ible often recover after the Bimple treat
ment. In many cases, however, the
effect is bo short that a relapse followß.
Havre, Aug. 31.—The number of new
cases of cholera reported here yesterday
was 65, a decrease of 6, compared with
Monday's figures. The deaths yester
day numbered 33, an increase of 16 over
those that occurred Monday.
Brussels, Aug. 31.—Nine cases of
cholera were reported in Malines, near
A woman died of cholera at Laeken.
At Bruges two cases are officially re
ported. For today Antwerp reports 18
caees of cholera aud a few deaths.
London, Aug. 31.—Three persons Buf
fering from cholera landed from the
British steamer Clement, from Ham
burg. They were at once removed to
the hospital. Two of the crew of the
Clement were taken ill at Hamburg, and
left there.
Liverpool, Aug. 31. —Two cholsra
patiets here are dead and two otheraare
in a critical condition.
Swansea, Aug. 31. —Two seamen bo
longing to tbe steamship Harrington,
were removed to the hospital today, suf
fering from what ia supposed to be an
attack of cholera.
Rouen, Aug. 31.—Four deaths from
cholera occurred here toiiay.
Another Ship From Hamburg.
Quebec, Aug. 31?— The steamer Cre
mon, from Hamburg, arrived at Crosse
Isle today, and was at once placed
in quarantine. The Cremon left Ham
burg the day after the breaking
out of cholera at that place. There is
no sickness on the vessel, but the pas
sengers will be given a bath, and their
effects and baggage disinfected.
Five hundred and thirty-eight bales
of rags from Hamburg, on board, will
be landed and burned.
Danger Next Summer.
Baltimore, Md., Aug. 31.—The Ger
man steamer Karlsruhe arrived today
day from Bremen, with 800 paesengers,
all well. Dr. Sidney Haskell, the quar
antine officer, said:
"I am not afraid that cholera will be
brought into this country through the
persons of immigrants this summer.
What I fear most is that germs
will be _ brought over here in
the clothing and baggege of immi
grants, lie dormant all winter and then
become active next summer and cause
tbe disease.
The Meeting Yesterday of the Com
The fire commissioners met yesterday,
Mayor Hazard, Messrs. Kuhrta and
Broderick being present.
In the matter of placing hose carriage
No. 2 in East Los Angeles, Chief Moore
reported that a building can be rented
for $50 a month, the owner agreeing to
fix it in shape for the purpose. The
chief recommended that the company
be stationed near Downie avenue and
Truman street, the carricge fixed with a
pair of shafts, and that horse and har
ness be purchased tit an expense not to
•xceed $300; aud that the company con
sist of a hose company crew—that is, a
driver and one permanent firemun, at
$70 and $60 per month, respectively. The
report was adopt.od, and recommenda
tion made to council to pass tho neces
sary ordinance.
The chief reported the resignations of
J. J. Walsh, callman at Park Hose
company, and J. Hogan, callman of
Hook and Ladder company No. 1. Ac
The chief also offered the following
resolution, which was carried over un
til the next meeting:
"The efficiency of chemical fire appa
ratus has been proven to us. I would
suggest that chenrcal apparatus be pur
chased and located in the neighborhood,
first, of Seventh or Ninth and San Pedro
or Alameda streets ; second, Grand ave
nue or Main and Twpnty-first streets ;
third, Pico Btreet and Vernon street;
nlso that a first-claes book aud ladder
truck be located near Fifth and Spring
Gladstone Attacked by a Calf.
London, Aug. 31.— While Gladstone
waß walking in the park at Hawarden.
today, he was attacke i by a heifer and
knocked down. He took refng-e behind
a, tree and escaped further injury. He
suffered none, except from the chock.
The calf was subsequently shot.
Spier Kldes a Fast Mile.
Riverside. Cal., Aug. 31. —[Special [
—Spier rode a mile tonight, in 2:30 2-5.
Answer This Question.
Why do so many people we see around m
•eem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable
by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness. Loss
of Appetite, Coming up of the Food, Yellow
Hkin, when for 75c we will sell them Shiloh's
Vitolizer, guaranteed to cure them. Bold
wholesale by Haas, Baruch & Co., and all re
tail drueMsts.
CARK BRIGQB—At their future residence, 514
Regent street, at 12 m.,on August 31,1892,
W. U. Carr and Miss Fa..ny A. Briggs. No
McNERNKY—In this city, August 30, 1892,
John McNeruey. seed 53 yearn; born In
County Galway, Ireland; husband of Maris
McNeruey, and father oi Patrick, Joseph,
John, uwen, Michael and Thomas rtcNemev.
Friends aud acquaintances are requested to
attend his funeral, which will take place on
Thursday, September Ist, at 0 o'clock, a.m.,
from his late resldaince, corner Wilhardt and
Naud streets, near Downey avenue brlfge
thence to tbe'church of Opt Lad; of A ngels,
where divine service will be held his
All members oi the Los Angeles Catnollc
Beneficial society are requested to assemble at
thetrhalt, 115U N. Main street, Thursday, Sep
tember Ist, at tf o'clock a.m., to attend the fun
eral of our late brother, John McNernev. By
order. JOSEPH MKtiMER, I resident.
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Telephone 98*. T . O. bo* 1981 7.21-Q
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The Doctor will tell all about your Dlseaie
with ut asking a questi m. li you can
not bo cured he will tell jou to and
positively will not tale your money.
Diseases of Men and Women Thor
oughly Understood. Quickly and
Permanently Cured.
The Golden West Medical Institute, at No,
142 South Main street, fully equipped
with all the latent and best .Scientific
Remedies and Appnaute3,
Charges Low. All Cases Guaran
teed and Treated by
Specialists of long experience wbo are pre
pared to cure all
Diseases of Men.
Nervous Debility oi Exhaustion, Wasting
Weaknesses, .Early Decay, of Vint,
Visor and Strength, all Disordorn and De
bilities of Youth and Manhood cansed by
too close application to business or study,
Ke> ore Mental Stniin or Grief, Sexual Ex
cesses in middle life, or from the effects of
youlhlul lollies, yield readily to our new
treatment. Every case guaranteed.
Women who Suffer
And are leading a life oi mis ry and on
happiness would de well to consult the
old doctor In charge. Twenty seven
yeais' experience in the treatment of
Female Coaiplal ia. He Is always ready
to assist you. No disea n peculiar to
jour delicate o ganl«m is be;.odd his
sure control. Iti n:...iit.« treatment war
ranted for all irregularities, no matt 1 from
what cause Pavale, confidential; you
need see no one but the doctor.
Kidney and Bladder
Troub.es, Weak B ri, Pain In theSLie,
Abdor-en. Bladder fodimeut in Urine,
Riick Dust or White, Paiu while Urinating,
Briijht's Disease, and all diseases of the
urinary organs oi bolh vexes.
Private Blood and Skin.
Al diseased of a Private Naiuie, Bores,
Di charges, Skin Hoots, Pimples, Scrofula,
Syphilitic, taiut and eruptions of ail kluds
quickly and permanently cured.
$100.(00 deposit forfeit for any case of
Cancer that cannot b* permanently re
moved without the i.cc of knife. No paiu
ordauger. The doctor's own method, for
v/hlcli he has been offered thousands of
dollars. Any skin Cancer. Mole, Wart, etc.,
removed in thirty minutes. We challenge
the world to produce an equal treatment
for the permanent cure of Cancer.
StF~ Catcrrh, Throat and Lung Troubles
Cured by our own exclusive Inhalation
II yon cannot call you can be cured at home.
Write your ea-i-i plainly. Medicine sent seeute
from observation,
j Cures guaranteed in every case.
142 South Main St., Loi Angeles, Cal.
53.50 1$ $15.00
4.50 fWf% 17.50
5.50 £ Sl\ 20 /<?0
8-50 % Mem ao-ou
iPfW 82.60
AJiD IT. RMir 35.00
, -- tj§M AND UP.
Perfect fit guar- MMiHB
anteed. PLEASE
All work made in -Jf? si* HIVE D 8
Los AngeleH. A CALL
Joe Poheim, Be Tailor
Makes the l| SnitSoJ^
best fitting wnk
clothes in tho
State at 25
per cent less m ; $ g
than any t J ™:
other house fcjY 1 Rules for seir
ipi measurement
On tflO „, Kjj ill and Samples
n n._„t S i ; 'Ht [• i\ «>*nt free to any
PXCiiiC UOaSt. address.
143 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles.
Dinner, Tea sTtdlet Services
8-27 417 South Spring street. 6mo
ADAMS BROS., the old reliable Lew Angelot
dentists, have reduced their prices as follows
Artificial teeth, $8 to $10; all shades and
shapes kept in stock to stilt the case.
Fillings, $1 aud up. t'.umesn txtrac ins, $1;
regular extracting, 60c. Old mots and leeth
crowned, $5 and up. Teeth without a plate,
$10 and up. Treating, regulating andcieanlno
teeth skillfully.perforniod.
ADAMR BROS. Dentists.
Spring «t, bet. Scrond «»d Third.
Roojisl, 2, 3, 4, S and B. N B.—"le give s
writ:en guarantee on all work done.
2ii New High St., Fulton Bl'k,
Near Franklin st., ground flo ;r Tel. 417.
8 -10-Om
•Lr 1 ' tiikii'p CSfilUiO tiuiD.
Guarantee togive the best
V satisfaction of any a'tiele
ft ln tb e market. Perfeotlf
b paly
i TRADE M ABE. Loa Angeles, Cal

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