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NEWS NOTES.
Weather Bureau.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
er 5,1892.
Ther. RH'i
58 48
| (i5 bl
Nil
W
Clear.
L'lea - .
Max. tem., 82; min. tem., 52.
Forecast.
Forecast, for Southern California: Fair
tint cloudy and fogjty al-jug the tout: westerly
winds; generally cooler.
ASanFranciscoommittee is tryingto
organize a California Dried Fruit ex
change.
The regular concert at, Westlake park,
by the liouglas military band will be
gin at 2:20 p. m.
Mrs. Deurch yeeterday contributed $1
to the fund for the relief of the sufferers
by the Columbus day explosion.
W. W. Phelps of the Columbia View
come-any yesterday took a series of pho
tographs of the Stewart hotel in San
Bernardino while it was burning.
The proceedings of the state board of
trade of August 9th, September 13th and
October 11th have been published in
pamplet form, and include W. H. Miiie :
paper on Distribution of Fruit.
Inspectors of election are requested to
call at room No. 7. county court house,
today, between 10 and 1 o'clock, and ar
range for receiving the ballots for the
ensuing election, as provided by law.
Coroner Weldon will hold an inquest
this morning at 10 o'clock over tbe re
mains of an infant child of a family
named Lee, living near the San Fer
nando depot. Tbe child's death iB re
ported to have been caused by acci
dental suffocation.
The general committee on arrange
ments for the Thanksgiving dinner to
be given to the unfortunate and'needy
in Los Angeleß met last Friday and more
fully systematized their plane. Tickets
of Invitation will be issued to the worthy
ones, and arrangements will be made to
serve 1000 guests at one time.
Arrangements are being perfected for
a big international football tournament,
to come off at Athletic park in a couple
of weeks. There will be Americans,
Irish, English and German teams and
all good players wishing to join should
enter at Tufts-Lyon Arms company,
where entries are being received.
The merchants of Los Angeles are
looking to Kern county for a large aud
growing mercantile trade This is as it
should be, and in the future our mer
chants would do well to visit Los An
geles and investigate the benefits to be
gained by closer mercantile associations.
—[Bakerslieid Californian.
A prominent Democrat called at tbe
Herald office yesterday and elated
that he had received information from
good sources to the effect that the
Republicans irhend voting early and
then get away with the rubber etamp,
bo as to delay and obstruct the Demo
cratic vote.
A responsible gentlemen of this city
offers to put up $250 that Cleveland wiil
carry the state of New Yr rk on Tuesday,
and that he will also be elected over
Harrison by the electoral vote of the
union. The offer holds good till tomor
row night, and his telephone number
can be had at this office. This is no
bluff, but means business.
A horse attached to a wigon and
owned by Buck, the baker, and driven by
a small boy, Btarted to run away on
Temple street, near Bunker Hill avenue,
yesterday about noon. The horse was
stopped by colliding with a street car.
The boy was thrown out backwards and
lit on his head sustaining a painful
wound. No damage was done to the
horse or wagon.
The following building permits were
issued yesterday : Rose Bernero, addi
tion to building, northeast corner Daly
avenue and Water street, $500; Chas. S,
Jones, to move frame I) mglaa street
dwelling, $300; Mr. McMiller, frame
dwelling, Second etreet between St.
Louis and Oummings streets, $1000; J.
H. White, frame dwelling, Second and
Breed streets, $1400.
The production of the Chimes of Nor
mandy, which takes place at the Los
Aneeles theater. Friday evening, No
vember 11th, under the management of
O. Stewart Tt\vlor, promises to eclipse
anything of the kind ever attempted
by local talent. Mr. Taylor has a pow
erlul chorus of 40 selected voices and a
ca»', of exceptionally good soloists. The
best obtainable orchestra of 20 pieces
has been engaged, to be directed by the
rising young conductor, L. Zomaszaving.
The stage management is in the com
petent hands of O. W. Kyle.
Important Move of Orchardists.
Many Southern California fruit-grow
era are b-ginning to recognize the im
portance of gettiug nursery Btock from
a u-gion not infected by insect pestß.
With this object in view hundreds are
ordering their stock for this season's
planting from Alexander & Hamman's
Rio Bonito nurseries, at Bigg, Butte
county, Cal. This firm guarantee their
stock delivered in a clean, healthy con
dition. Their motto is "true to name
and low prices." Jerome Caldwell,
general agent in Southern California.
Poatoffice address, box 48, station B,
Los Angeles,
Ji I irJit ful Kxcuredong
[IB lltfraTjFfV Ml '' or tourists over the
amou Kite shaped
II Track and Surf Line
|l]ffljjngjj»gtjMjgJ of the Southern Cal
iloruia raiUay; only one fare on Sun
days for the round trip. Only one fare
for the round trip Saturday or Sunday
to Redondo, Santa Monica or San Diego,
tickets good returning until Monday.
Both the cable and elecfic streetcars
will take you to Santa Fe depot.
A Card of Thanks.
The subscription paper circulated by
F. E. Tredwickß for the relief of Mrs. B.
Bunkers and her children, amounting to
$22.70, about one half raised in the Park
Uongr-•gational church, balance in the
postotrice, is hereby acknowledged with
the sincere thanks of the family; also
the baseball benefit, and Prof. E W.
Payne, and the people that assisted
-' ' ra. And many thank? to the people of
i'-'ntß Monita that helped her in the
i.te bereavement. Mrs. B. Bunkers.
Bnbacrlbe Now for Shares
fa <enth annual series Savings Fund
and Building society, the olriest build
jug association iv Southern California.
First and second series tnaturea. Office,
" New Wilson block, Spring and First
streets.
Very Important.
It will pay yen to visit Korn & Kan
trowitz, the new tailoring palace. Fit
and workmanship guaranteed. Prices
reasonable. 214 South Broadway.
lteiuuanla of DreSl Goons
cut down in 2D to 25 oe' en* for 30
days. Wineturgh's, 300 South Spring
street.
K. r> List, notnil i-üb.it. I eg 1 p,.T.ers cara
tolly driwn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165.
MEMORANDA.
Rev. Dr. Hutchins, First Congrega
tional church, corner of Sixth and Hill
streets, will deliver a sacramental ad
dress at 11 a.m. and a sermon upon Our
Political Duty at 7:30 p.m.
See Kan-Koo adv. today on first page.
Cream Puff self-raising flour.
Half rates today from Los Angeleß to
all local points on the Southern Pacific.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel
Ramona, Third and Spring Bts. Crown
and bridge work,
Window shades from 50 cents at tbe
City of London, 211 South Broadway.
Insure with A. C. Goleh, 147 Bouth
Broadway.
English cassimere pants to order, $0.
Joe Poheim, The Tailor.
Dr. Lindley, SSlj{ South Spring street.
Bi-chloride of gold cure, Santa Fe
Springs.
See Schumacher photo ad. First page.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street.
Campbell's Curious Curioe. See adv.
Dr. Pepper, 119};? S. Spring street.
Elegant suit to order, $25. Joe Po
htim,'! he Tailor.
King up telephone 44. Your goods
will be promptly delivered.
Before buying blanKets and comfort
ers visit the City of London, 211 South
Broadway, and compare our ptices with
others, for you can save money by it.
Fine Bilk-lined overcoats to order, $30.
Joe Poheim, The Tailor, 143 S. Spring
street.
We have just received a new invoice
of remarque proof etchings in parch
ment, both in landscape and figure,
which far excel anything that we have
heretofore received. Sanborn, Vail it
Co., 133 S. Spring street.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 5o
cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309.
By recent surveys it has been found
that the drainage of Lake Eisinore em
braces an area of 1000 square miles.
Our line of blankets and comforters
cannot be equalled iv town. California
white blankets in great variety at very
low prices. City of London, 211 South
Broadway.
Saunders & Nauerth having moved
Btock of hardware, stoves, tinware and
house furnishing goods from 308 to 326
South Spring street, are now prepared
to welcome all their old customers and
new ones.
Los Angeles to Long Beach and re
turn, 50 cents, and San Pedro and re
turn, 50 cents, on the Los Angeles Ter
minal Railway, good going Saturday or
Sunday, aud returning Saturday, Sun
day and Monday.
We will know this week who will be
the next president of tbe United States.
It is aIBO a fact that everybody knows
that Nelgen is the leading tailor in Los
Angeles. Inspect his stock and get bis
prices at 116 North Spring street.
Do not forget that Prof. Payne will
give his social dance on Thursday even
ing next. Those having invitations are
welcome. The Kammermeyer orchestra
will furnish the music.
At the Y. M. 0. A. auditorium at 3
p. m. an interesting service will be held.
Rev. J. VV. Campbell will speak and
music by the orchestra will be the or
der of service. All are earnestly re
quested to be present.
Sanborn, Vail & Co. call special atten
tion to their line of Paris panel and cab
met photograph frames, in white and
gold aud cream and gold. They have
them in great variety from 50c to $1.50
eacb. 133 S. Spring street.
Tho new wharf at Santa Monica iB
now out 2200 feet. There is excellent
fishing from it, and large catches of
rock cod, smelt and other fish are made.
The Southern Pacific.-* 9:30 a. m.
and 1:17 p. m. Sunday trains run
through to the wharf. Round trip, 50
cents.
A nice party is being made up which
will leave Lob Angeles for the east next
Friday, the 11th, having a modern, well
equipped tourist car through to Cincin
nati, going via tho Sunset route and
New Orleans. The party will be per
sonally conducted by a Southern Pacific
employe. Application for berths ebould
be made at the Southern Pacific com
pany's general office, 144 South Spring
Btreet.
The Lo> AngeleE Stenographers' asso
ciation will hold its regular monthly
meeting on Tuesday evening next in
room 17, Workman block, 230),; South
Spring street. They have just fitted up
new quarters there and expect to have
an interesting gathering. Stenographers
desiring to join the association can do
bo at this meeting. Members will have
access to the rooms at all times, where
current literature and other attractive
features will be found.
The cathedral music at 10 o'clock this
morning will be La Meise Solonnelle,
by Charles Gounoud, and soprano solos
will be given by Miss Mary Selby and
Miss Cecilia Gardner; alto soloi by Mrs.
B Gardner; tenor solos by Prof. Wil
liam Foran ; base solos by H. C. Port
way. At the offertory the trio Ecce
Pannis, by La Hache, wiil be sung.
Mrs. B. Stanbury is the soprano, Prof.
Foran the tenor and Mr. Portway the
basso. A. G Gardner is the organist.
The next concert will be Sunday, No
vember 13th, at 8:15 p. m. atTurnverein
hall.
SPECIAL MEMORANDA.
Drink Red Ribbon beer. Tel. 44.
Drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Ger
main Fruit company, sole agents. Be
ware of imitations.
Fine liquors for medicinal use, at H.
J. Woollacott's.
Woollacott wants 600 dozen bottles.
Boys, bring them along.
Blatz beer, Woollacott, agent.
Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
Send a couple of cases of California
wines to your eastern frieade. Germain
Fruit company.
H. J. Woollacott, importer 'of fine
liquors.
Napa soda, Woollacott. agent.
Pure California wine put up in cases
by H. J. Woollacott. Send a c<i°e to
your friends. 124 and 126 N. Spring
street.
Pacific lodge, No 139, bran hoi the Order o
Mutual Prot.ction, wlih headqu-iiters atchl
cago, 111 , which was organ zed in the city of
I os An eles August 12, 189 ', by Chri tiari
Kolff, formerly a member of Milwaukee lodue,
/No. 130, now deputy sup*enie president i f Pa
rid ■ coast, will give its first eriterU lumen t at
McDonald h«ll, No 127 Nortn Mam sire-t,
Kr day, November 11,1892 All are cordially
invited.
Pacirlc lodge. No. 139, meets every second
ard fourth Fridays in the month. All inlot
mi Hon concerning the above 1< dge can b • hsd
by commu lea ing with or calling on the sec
retnry, J. C. Kolff, No. 810 South Los Angeles
street.
Visiting O&rds ttngraved
■' Langßtadter's 214 West, Second. Tel 7t12
Genu' Hats Cleaned, Kyed and Pressed
Hartley, batter, 264 Pouih Main street.
W*ll pap r. 237 8. Spring. Sample* sent.
LOS ANGELES HERALD; SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1892.
THE NEW HOLIDAY — FOB THB
The Grand Opening- of Imported Cloaks,
Suits and Other Garments at the
Great Emporium Tomorrow.
Unequalled Display.
The always eagerly anticipated event
of the season, the grand fall and winter
opening of ladies', misses'and children's
garments at Mosgrove's, will take place
tomorrow, the 7th iust. Ladies who
have refrained from purchasing, as most
of them do, their fall and winter wraps
until the tasteful novelties to be offered
by this leading establishment could be
seen and studied, will be well rewarded
for their patience, for never b fore has a
stock of such exquisite and refined
elegance slid tasteful variety been
opened in Los Angeles. It is not, it iB
safe to say. paralleled this year on the
Pacific coast. Visitors tomorrow will be
delighted at every turn, not simply by
the elegant and expensive novelties
from Paris and Berlin, the most recent
creations of those world famous design
ers, Worth, Pasquier, Gilles & Co., but
also by tbe faultless taste and charming
simplicity of garments lees expensive,
or really not expensive at all, for here
is whore Mosgrove excels all other deal
ers. His cheapest goods have a style
and character about them that are
wholly lacking in tbe cheap goods of
othpr houses. Tbe secret of it is that
they, like the higher priced ones, are
made up by artietß of the first class, and
in style and good taste are absolutely
faultless. Slopshop work does not go
well with imported goods, and Mosgrove,
as is well known, is the only direct im
porter in this liueiu Los Angeles.
The display in the windows tomorrow
will only be a foretaste of what visitors
may expect to find iv the salesrooms,
where they will he shown by the most
competent and experienced salesmen a
bewildering array of garmentß of every
kind and design, for borne, negligee,
street, full dress, carriage and opera
wear. The opera capes are particularly
elegant this season.
Tea gowns are marvels of beauty,com
binations of material, all blending har
moniously with each other. Furs are of
every description in so far as the animal
is concerned, made up into capes, muffs,
coats, boas, tippets and cloaks.
There are jackets, wraps and coats,
trimmed with fur, corresponding with
the color and texture of the garment.
For ready made euits, or those made
to order, the design and style deserve
special attention, and this leads to the
remark that tbe Mosgrove establish
ment has tbe most complete dressmak
ing parlors on the coast. It is superin
tended by an exquisite cutter, fitter and
designer, and perfect satisfaction will be
gusranteed.
The opening of this model establish
ment, as has been remarked, will take
place tomorrow, the 7th. No ladies
who read this paper should miss it,
whether she wishes to purchase now or
not. It is a free show, and everybody is
invited. It should be remeinbsred,
however, that no two of the imported
garments at Mosgrove's are alike.
Prices at Mosgrove's are uniformly
low, and it is always better to buy there.
You will get the worth of your money,
and what you get will be just as much
in the fashion and in good taaie as
though it cost ever bo much.
Remember tbe great opening takes
place tomorrow. Tbe place is 119 South
Spring street, adjoining tbe Nadeau
hotel.
G. S. BARTHOLOMEW,
The Democratic and Populist Candidate
for Township Justice.
G 8 Bartholomew, the nominee of
the Democratic and People's parties for
township justice, was born at Reading,
Mich., February 8, 1844; lived on a farm
until the war broke out in 1861, when
his patriotism caused him to join the
union forces, and waß a soldier until the
close of the war in 1865. From that
time until 1870 he spent his time at col
lege, teaching school and studying law.
He then took up the practice of his pro
fession and was actively engaged therein
until 1885, when bis health failed him
with nervou= exhaustion, and he came to
Southern California for his health, tbe
genial climate of which fully restored
bis health, and tbe jndge has no idea
of ever leaving the place that
has so effectually restored him.
He is an honored member of the Masonic
orders, I. O. O. F. andG. A. R., and has
held the highest offices in the several
lodges to which he has belonged. The
judge is the right man for the place,
having filled tbe office for Beven yeare,
and being fair minded, upright and
honest as well as being educated in tbe
law, and of such a makeup by nature as
to enabie bim at all times and under all
circumstances to do substantia! and
legal justice. His office will heconducted
with proper decorum and dignity.
He is makinga personal hand-shaking
canvass, and with his large social and
political following, is btire to win, and
the people will find that they have
made no mistake, but are rather to be
congratulated upon securing so good a
judge for the lower court of our town
ship.
W. B. SCARBOROUGH.
The Democratic Nominee for Public
Administrator.
The Democratic nominee for public
administrator has been a resident and
taxpayer of Los Angeles county for
eight years, prominent in business,
social and church circles, and in regarded
by business and professional men of all
political parties aB one of the strongest
candidates before the public. He has
been a farmer, educator and merchant.
He is a self-made man, who had to work
one year and make the money to go to
school the next, and at the same time
contribute to the support <.f his family.
Mr. Scarborough is well versed in
business and commercial law, is a social,
genial gentleman, a Iriend to the unfor
tunate and thoroughly iiked by all who
know bim. We predict his election by
a large majority.
A Pleasant Surprise.
Mr. L. Bebymer, the head ucher of
the Grand opera house, was tendered a
pleasant surprise last Friday night by
the opera house ll'hera and ptogr;;mme
hoys, it being his 80th birthday. They
went, accompanied by a number of
voting lady friends, to Mr. Behymer's
residence, on West. Thirty fifth street,
whi re they were received by bim and
Mrs. Bebymer. All the popular games
were played and a pleasant evening
spent. George Fitch assembled the
young men out in the street and had a
People's parly parade, tho young ladies
looking on. Daring the evening Mr.
Bebywer Was presented with a diamond
stud hy the night ushers and with a
dressing gown and slippers by tho after
noon ushers aiid programme boys.. Re
freshments were also served.
MOSGROVE'S DAY.
LADIES ONLY.
PASADENA PARAGRAPHS.
LOCAL AFFAIRS AT THK CROWN OF
THE VALLEY.
The Bnd of the Campaign—Two Bdnea
tlonal Social Bnnti — The
Baseball Oamn—Niwl
of the Day.
Pasadena, Nov. 6.—The Republicans
held their last meeting of the campaign
this evening. Williams' hall, which was
used for the speaking, wet very nicely
decorated with flags and (lowers, and
presented a fine appearance. The Pasa
dena city band was out and rendered
pome very acceptable music. The hall
was well tilled, but there was a noticea
ble lank of enthusiasm.
The meeting was called to order by
Mr. Buchanan, who, in a short speech,
introduced the speakers of the evening,
J. A. Donnell aud Gen. H. A. Pierce,
who made short addresses upon the
issues of the day that were apparently
ButisfBctory to a mnjority of their hear
ers. This meeting practically closes the
campaign in this city, unless the Demo
crats decide to hold one on Monday
evening.
THOSE BANBURY INTERVIEWS.
An article appeared in tbe Star this
i veniDg denouncing the Banbury inter
views as published in yesterday's
Herald as faked. Mr. A. O. Bristol,
Mr. Joseph Simons, J. G. Rossiter, W.
T. Clapp and E. H. Rossiter deny using
the language attributed to them by the
Herald reporter
The Herald reporter has to say about
the matter, "Tbe facts are, the opinions
were reported as given me bythegentle
men in question, but several of them
evidently did not understand tbat they
were to be published."
BASEBALL.
The baseball game this afternoon, at
the Athletic grounds, between tbe Dem
ocrats and Republicans called out a
good-sized crowd. The Democrats, in
consideration of tbe defeat which the
Republicans will meet on Tuesday next,
most amiably let them have tbe game.
As for tbe score, tbat baa not been
chased down as yet, but when last
heard of stood sto 20. It ia to be hoped
tbat these Saturday afternoon games
will be continued.
EDUCATIONAL events.
The lecture by Prof. A. E. Frye of San
Bernardino, superintendent of ihe San
Bernardino schools, at the Carlton par
lors last evening, proved most interest
ing and instructive to those present.
The lecture wae under tbe auspices of
the woman's world fair auxiliary, Mr.
Frye donating hia services.
The lecturer showed by most interest
ing examples the effect the physical
features of the earth have upon man
kind, holding that to a large extent the
history of mankind has been molded by
tbe topography oi the country in which
they dwelt.
At the close of the address a vote of
thanks was given the professor for his
kindness in thus donating hia services
to the association.
The Shakespeare club held a very en
tertaining meeting yesterday afternoon
iv the conservatory of opera rooma.
Tbe club is composed entirely of la
dies, and bo far has proved a complete
success. The programme consistt dof a
paper by Miss A.'Dane on tireat Forces
Unknown in Previous Centuries.
The Early History of Spain waa taken
up by Miss Biakeslee in a most compre
beneive manner.
Miss Boynton read a paper on the
Inroad of the Moors, which was most
interesting. A brief sketch of the Span
ish history during the reign of Ferdi
nand and Isabella was given by Mrs.
Bandini.and comnlcted the progrnmm?.
The next, will be held November 18.
NOTES.
The time of meeting for Miss Cooley'a
dancing class has been changed to Mon
day evening.
the number of tramps in this vicinity
is constantly increasing, and it keeps
our local officials busy corra'ing them.
The chrysanthemum fair just closed
has proved most successful, aud tbe
ladies feel very much encouraged over
the outcome.
Rev. W. W. Welch, for over 40 years
a prominent Methodist preacher, will
lecture tomorrow at 11 a. m. in the
opera house hall. All are invited.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Mendenhail died yesterday from
whooping cough. The funeral will take
place from the residence, 702 North Los
Robles avenue, tomorrow afternoon, at
2 o'clock.
The death of the infsnt child of Mrs.
Gosper also occurred yesterday. The
luneral will be from Mra. Thomas' resi
dence on Morton avenue, tomorrow at
3 o'clock.
Pasadena Briefs.
Pasadena office ol the Hbkald, No. 14 Wet
Colorado street Advertisements and subscrip
tions received.
BT. NICHOLAS, half block f rom terminus of
the Los Angeles, Pasndena and Oiendala rail
way. Kates $5 to $7 ncr week. Miss L Mc-
Lain, proprielor.
• IMOBGAN'd LIVKRY AND BOARDING STA
BLE, rear of post-oflice. Sale and st) llsh turn
outs at reasonable prices. Telephone SG.
C. GARISALDI, dealer in wines, liquors,
cigars and tobacco, also canned goodß. Hast
Colorado street, cor. Chestnut avenue.
COOK & EJKOZA, general blackßmithing.
No. 15 Union street.
G. H. MAY HEW, li al estate broker, West
Colorado street. Loans and Investments.
P. P. BONHAM, plumbing, steam heating and
gas fitting, 19 East Colorado street.
BROWN <fc SUTLItoF, carpets, curtains and
shades, upholstering, steam carpet cleaning.
99 south Fair Oaks avenue.
THE CROWN VILLA; centrally located;
newly papered aud lurnlshed throughout;
lighted by electricity. First class only.
COLUMBIA RESTAURANT, East Colorado
street Brocsway block. Conducted In first
class style. Moderate charges.
ELITE BILLIARD St ALL, 14 South Fair
Oaks avenue, (ihas. Grimes, proprietor.
D. S BASjHTT. Ladies'and Gents'Tonsorial
Parlors. Ladles' hair culling, curling and
shampooiug. 5 East Colorado sireet.
PASADENA BLACKSMITH SHOP, 48 Broad
way. General blacksmithing and woodwork.
Bandlemtiu & De Hay.
M'DONALD, BROOKS <St CO., real estate, loans
and houses lor rent. Bargains lv houses and
ranches. 7 East < olorado street.
WAMUttL WEIGHT, 109 East Colorado Btreet
Real estate. Pensi >n claims a specialty. Em
ployment furnished. Help supplied.
ARTHUR 11. PALMER, D. D. 8. Dental
room-, Eldridge buildinir, Pasadena.
MERCANTILE LUNCH HOnsE, 32 South
Fa r Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours.
KEYSTONE LUNCH, 22 South Fair Oaks ave
nue. Meals cooked to order at all hours.
W. H. FAIRM AN, the painter house, ilgn and
carriage painting, paper hanging, calsominlug
etc., corner Hroadway and Kansas Btreet.
OMAHA WAFFLE HOG-<E, 12 South Fair
Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours. C. L. Berry,
proprietor.
THK BALMORAL, flrst claas in every depart
ment; rateN, if.?. 50 per day and upward,
HOTItL GREEK—Electric lights, steam heat
ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and sll mod
ern Improvement*.
THE PAINTER HOTEL, fair Oaks and
Washington; first-class family hotel.
LOS A'NGRLBS corner Colorado
street nud Delarey avenue; tran-lents, $1 and
$1.50 per day; flrat-cla6s. P. Klein, proprietor.
NORTH PASADENA REBORT. line wines,
liquor* and cigars. S. R. Erown, proprietor.
KKKCKHOFF-CUZNER Mill and Lumber
Co., corner Broadway and Kan'sn street.
FAMILY LIQUOR STORE T
*****ill,
WIE "
THE PACKAGE HERE REPRESENTED ILLUSTRATES Tel. 396.
115 S. Spring mr/OLD TAYLOR"COOPERAGE and BRANBING. 115 s. Spring
J. P. CO.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14th,
AT ii A.M. ON THE GROUNDS,
AT AIJOTrOX
mi n J'P II 1 I 11 1 OnAdnmi sireet, 206 feet front-
The Beautiful mm Properly issues
Palm avenue drive Irom famous Adams street. Th-. hands, mo mansion and beautiful grounds
surrounding it, i lluaied ln the most charming and rapidly g'oning potion of all i.os Angoles;
surrounded by elegsnt homos; the moM Invored localit;; center ol the elite; Ihe "Nob Hill" of
the pretiiest cily ou the continent
This property must »c sold to satlsly a mortgage. For particulars all on
MATLOCK & REED, Auctioneers,
Office, 1203/2 South Spring street.
For a well-made and perfect-fitting SUIT OF
CLOTHES go to the reliable BROADWAY TAILOR,
where you will find the best-selected, largest stock and
lowest prices for Fine Artistic Tailoring. B. SENS,
California Bank Building. 205 South Broadway.
CRYSTAL P
138-140-142 S. Main St
Wo carry the largest ami finest assortment of
srii-tic
GAS, INCANDESCENT.«
COMBINATION FIXTURES.
Examine our new Hue of the Latest Styles
of fixtures belore you buy.
Estimates Furnisher, at Lou rtt Figures,
MEYBERQ BROS.
Collars and Cuffs
Are nowgetting much attention. If you
don't wear a collar you are aDt to suffer
the cuffs of adversity and fail to capture
the plum so much sought by the well
fed place holder. But we don't Bell that
brand of collars, and our cuffs have
nothing to do with adversity, but be
long to the wrists exclusively. They
are also exclusively fashionable, while
our collars are all-linen, elegantly made
and as close to the present correct style
as the links of a chain, and as complete
ly in fashion as Christmas is in Decem
ber. Our assortment comprises every
current shape and shade of coloring,
and is aa full of variety as a forest iB of
trees.
DESMOND
The Leading Hatter and Men's Furnisher,
141 S. Spring, Bryson-Bonebrake Blk.
INVESTMENT.
12,987 42-100 acres of land, U.
S. patent, in Kern County; pas
ture land. Price, spot cash,
$30,000. Rents for $3000 per
year. Graded by bank exam
iner at about $45,000. Banks
lend 33 1-3 per cent.
ROLLIN P. SAKE,
113-tf Care of BEN E. WARD
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT j
IS FULL OF THE
Latest Styles of Hats,
And Novelties in that Line.
iWe have a large variely to select, from. >
Work flrst clsss, and guaranteed to pleaie.
, New Yarns Fancy Goods. Notions, Dolls,
j Ladies'and ohlldreu's Furnishing Goods,
j All goodsso.d ac th.- lowest possible cost at
THE NEW YORK BAZAAR,;
j 148 North Spring street.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
COMPOUND * OXYGEN,
—Aa prescribed hv
D«. M. HILTON WII LIAHS,
137 H. Broadway. Loa Angelea
Is the most successlui remedy nuw.employed
by the medical profession In the cute ol Head,
Throat and Lungpffec ions.
OZCENA.
i>zu'iia is the prote noual or technical name
given loan aivaueed form of catarrh, ln which
ulceration haa eat< n throuvh the membrane
lining ol the nose to the cotllsge of tbe bone.
Any case of catanh may end lnosuenl, but it
most frequently occurs !n those who are nat
urally scrofulous. The discharge takes ilaee
thr .ugh the nostrils or tha threat, and ia > en
erclly o' a y.-llowlst) ora greenish yellow color,
frequently ting d with blood, and almost al
ways attended by an ■ ffensive srafll. In the
languag ol Dr. Wood.o! Philadelphia: "The
i disease is one of the most obdurate aud dis-
Vgreeable Which the physician has to encoun
ter, in bak rases the breath ol the patient be
comes so revolting aa to isolate him from so
ciety, and render him an object of disgust,
eveu to himself "
In some in tances pieces of bone become
separated aLd nloukli oil. leavluK deip, un
healthy ulcers, which secrete a bloody matter,
and ere i xtremely difficnlt to cure.
Afii.ro/cena has contlnmd some time the
sense ol smell becomes impaired and o.'len
10-t.
D?alnefcs is one ol the most commou conse
quences, and results Irom its exieuslon
thiough the eustachian tube to tbe Internal
ear.
Tains in the bead and over the 'rental sin
uses, impairing- m mory, and even insanity
frequently springs liorn its extmstou to the
brain.
The great danger, however, becsu-e the most
common, is that it will extend downward aud
sheet the lunffs. In most cases of pv rnonary
disease catarrh i-pr sent to tome degiee, and
in many |i stances it causes a large sliare of
tin; patient's discomfort.
Beslces these srave crnsequences, all of
which ate l'able to spiing from scrofulous ca
tar h or ozcena, ther.: are others which, if less
dangeron*, are rnlDelentl] unpleasant, itoc
cssiuns grest to thousands of both
sexes by isolating th m and preventing their
settlement in life An offensive running Irom tha
nose, with f ul breath, is about as great a
calamity as can befall young Hvery
disease of thl< kind can beci.red by our new
system of p actice. Oon-ultatlon free, and
prices vithin the reach of u!l
Tho«e who desire to consult me In regard to
their cases had beitir call at too office f.-r an
oxnmtna'iou, but if impossible to visit the
office personally can write for a list' f questions
and c re lars, Dotfe of which will be sent free
of charge Address
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D ,
137 South Brosdwcy. Los Ange c«. California.
Offic hours—Krnm 9 a. m. to I.' :B0 p. m. and
Irom 1:30 to 4p m , buudays excepted 10-26
sun wed lrl
HOPE FOR WEAK MEN
IMPOTENCY, or sexual weakness,
spermatorrhea, emissions, blotches, de
bility, dizziness, confusion of ideas, aver
sion to society, defective memory, and
sexual exhaustion, which unfit the vic
tim for business or marriage, are perma
nently cured by DR. WHITE, tbe noted
specialist, 116 East First street.
BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES
Gleet, gonorrhea, stricture, varicocele,
wurte, syphilis, ulcere, eruptions, rheu
matism, swelling in groins, sore throat
and tongue, falling hair, and many other
symptoms are quickly removed and all
poisons permanently eiad'cated from
the system by DR. WHITE the reliable
i pecialist.
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER,
Troubles, weak back, brick-dust deposit
in urine, and al' unnatural urinary de
posits and disc.nnrges rapidly cured.
DR. WHITE is always consulted In
person. No substitutes. Remember the
old office, DR. WHITE'S
116 East First Btreet, rooms 12,13,14,
15. Los Angeles.
PECK, SHARP k NEITZKE CO.,
UNDERTAKERS,
AND
EMBALM ETRS-
Eterytiing First-Clm and Cbsrgei KeuoniMs.
No. 140 North Main street, Um i Angeles
Aw. ys open Tei.No. hi.
tVIROTMFNMNHALL;
Hairdressifig and Manicnre Parlors,
107 North Fprine street.
Room 23 Schumacher Block.
Shampooing done at residences if desired.
Weak Men and Women
SHOULD USB TIAHIAWA BITTKKe,
the Great Mexican Uemedy; gives Health
uud Strength to the Sexual Organs.

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