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NEWS NOTES.
Weather Bureau.
Report of observations taken at Los An; eles,
Decern tier 14
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44
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Nil
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a m.
Mai. tern., 81; mm. torn., 39.
Rainfall for season, 6 39.
Forecast.
Forecast In' Southern California: Fair
weather. con.i:,v.el c nl noith to cast winds.
Yesterday afternoon, while driving in
a small gig )>v tbe Phillips block on
Spring street, Mr. Mid Mrs. Larsen were
thrown out by the wheel breaking
Neither was hurt.
The annual meeting ol the California
State Veterinary Medical association
waa held at. the Hollenbeck hotel on
Wednesday, December 14th. The fol
lowing local veterinary turgeor.a were
present: Drs. Oliver, Witherspoon,
Rucklev Davidson, Blackman, Morri
son and Co. The board oilofflcera for
the ensuing year were duly elected.
Dan Lynch was at tested yesterday on
tbe charge of robbery, on a warrant
.worn oat by Detective Bosqui. Ihe ar
rest wps made in connection with the
C "c« Fona case. Lynch «•»« taken be
lore Justice Owens and was immediately
discharged on motion o the prosecuting
attorney, there being not theslighteat
evidence against him.
About 9 o'clock last evening E. T.
Kinaey, aged 19, took a robe from a
buggy in front of the Methodist Episco
pal church, OB 8 l»th Broadway.
Shortly afterwards Sergeant Fletcher
caw him on Main street with the robe
under his arm, evidently looking lor a
Eecond hand siore. Kinaey was arrested
by Officer Williams, and taken to tne
central police stftion. He said to Otti
cer Williams: "I took the robe; I was
hungry, ai d wauwd to eat." Toe robe
belongs to M. E. Ernest.
The " sale social " at the old
church hell, p 1 ""- proves to he the
ereatest event of the season, if one can
fudge from the crowds to be seen there
every afternom and evening The
Christines presents are as artistic as
thevare practical, and it must be said
in compliment to the ladies that the
dining hall is not by any means the
least attractive, as they do their utmost
to make the menu all that can be de
aired The sale will be held till ba ur
dav Today dinner and supper will be
at "the usual hour, and, rest assured, a
trip to the plaza will prove a pleasant
one.
Reduction in price of all California
winep. Schram's, quart, 75--. ; «et
more'sMargauxSouvenir,sl.so; oysters,
60c a dozen. Hollenbeck Hotel Cafe,
216 West Second et. J. E. Aull, prop.
Reliable life insnraree at half the
usu«l rates. Mutual Reserve Fund Life
association, New York. One of the
strongest and most popular companies
in the world. Investigate and he con
vinced. F J. Creseey, manacei, room
6, No. 120 Soulh Spiing street, Los An
geles.
PERSONAL.
H. L. French of Cincinnati is in the
city.
Mies Helen Widney has returned from
a month's visit to San Francisco.
Mr. Charles Crowell, a prominent
mininz operator o! Missoula, Mont.,lain
the city, accompanied by Mrs Crowell.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Farwell of Chau
tauqua N. V ; Mr. and Mrs. Alorzo A.
Cloud of Stockton, and Laurarce Weisp
of Chicago are among the Ramona's
guests.
Col. A. J. Harrell of Visalia. owner of
the Nadeau i? in the city to re
main several days. Colonel Harrell re
ports the fruit and vine crop of theun
per country as especially fine this,year.
Carl Rosecrans, a eon of the general,
yesterday received a telegram from Gov
ernor Toole, bin brother in-law. stating
that General Ro'ecrans was gradually
improving in health and that there is a
good chance for his recovery.
Superintendent of Streets-elect Wat
son has appri'r.ted Arthur I R'ewart as
chief depute in his office. No better ap
pointment could have been made. Mr.
Stewart is especially qualified for such
work, having been for some time chief
clerk in the well-known law firm o' Gar
ber, Bishop & Bolt, of San Francisco,
alsa in the office of the tax collector and
assessor of this county.
Among the prominent arrivals regis
tered at the Westmineter ai d Hollen
beck from foreign shores are: Mr.
and Mrs. H. King Sturrlee, from
British North Borneo; Rev. E Morgan
and family, from China, but whose
home is at Riverside ; Mr. and Mrs. M.
O'Donnell and Frar.k J. Phillips, from
Toronto, Can, and Col. G. G.Green,
from Woodbnry, N. J. Colonel Green,
however, might be classed as an Ameri
can inasmuch as he has earned a wide
reputation ss the manufacturer of
"August Flower" ar d as the owner of
Hotel Green at Pasadena.
boat.
Once lost, it is difficult to restore the
hair. Therefore be warned in time,
lest you become bald. Skookum root
hair grower stops falling heir. Sold by
drngjrißts.
The Los Ancles lumb'r Company,
Dealers in lumber and cement, have re
moved their main < ffice from their ware
house on San Pedro street, between
Fourth and Fifth, to No. West
Second street, in basement Burdiek
block.
R. T). I.lst. notary public 1 CRa] psperß rare
fully drawn. ]27 West l eoond. Telephone 165
Dr, Warner's all-wont unde wear is the best
In tbe market. Mnih n, Bluett & Co.
Kxti'Hordluary Liberality.
Dmintr the holiday season. a« an extra
Ghl4>tmsi 'o ttieir patrons, »he Great A ''eriean
Imperii* c T< a company, 13 i North Maiu and
851 South -p infr street, will present, their cm
towers with extra p envums over and above
their usu 1 presi nt- 1 heir tens and cnfPes
Have nn superior in quality purity end ( h'Hp
ness. Tl eir cbiris ai d crockery departn ent is
replete wi'h new go<d. of new de-lßns.
Prfoes one-half old-time rst.s. special fbrist
mas bargains iv dinner, t< a and toi ci sets.
Bene I.cc's Holiday Goods.
Chinese and Japanese curios; silk dressrat
term; lsriies'embroidered ,ilk hsndk.rcbb fs
two for 25 cents Macufacluies laoies' under
wear ann gen's'furnb h'ng goods Alsoai ex
tensive li"c of new holioay good- st very low
prices. Phase call and it sped onr stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. No. 50j North
Main street, near I'laza.
Children's sups of all kinds and sty is a'
Mullen, Bluett <i Go 's.
Personal.
We gPe two poui d« of the brst lo'f or granu
lated sugar wiih tvery pound of tea, nee of
charge; aho wiih evtry dollar's wor h of coffee.
Dlsoount lea Company, 250 South Main stieet.
Lock at our fine line of gloves for die s, driv
ing and walking. 1 hey are the bes,. Mullen.
Bluett & Co.
Visiting Harris (Engraved
At L*n<stadr,er'v 214 West Pecond, Tel 762
We find It no tio ble at all to please gen'le
men wit i our 9m- stock of clothing aud fur
nishing goods. Mullen, Bluett & Co.
MEMORANDA.
A joint meeting of the A. O. 11.,
Knights of Robert EmmPtt, Catholic
Benevilent association, Young Men's
Institute, Irish American Social ciub
aud all their friends, is called to meet
at A. O. H. hail, 115>_ North Main
Mreer, December 15;n, at 7 p.m., to
take action on business Of importance
that will he submitted to them for con
sideration.
A summer resort in winter, Catalina
Island. Oct an all mound makes the
climate many digr.es warmer than on
the main land. Never a frost. Bathing
tame as in summer Avaloti house open
the ye«r round. Fieb right out of the
water a specialty. Address Mrs. S. A.
W heeler, Avi lon.
Retiring from butinese. • If you want
■ nice Christmas present go to Mc-
Donald, 118 North Spring street, and
huy your shot s at cost, and with what
you save on the purchase buy your toys
for the little ones.
Uncle Sam Wine Cellars, E. Flcur.
Napa wines and brandies. Shipments
east by the case a specialty. D m't for
get your friends anrt relatives during the
holidays, 404 and 406 Noith Los Angeles
street.
For the largest variety ol Christmas
prteeiits call un S«iil* m, Vail & Co ,
133 S. Spring st. They cany a (nil line
ot cauls, photo panels, smoker sets,
traveling stis atjd a full litis of holiday
novelties.
Christmas presents for all. Cut glass
ware, ornaments, bifquee, nnd a tine i s
eortment of ctnna ar, Met hug Bros.,
Crystal Palate, 138, 140 end 142 South
Main street.
Excursions to Catalina until further
notice every Saturday. Inquire of
Wilmington Traiisp'rlation company,
130 West Second street. Gotd hotels
on the island.
A new lot of framed photographs and
photogravures at Ban born, Vail & Co.'p,
133 B. Spring at., at 750 each, the best
\ picture lor the money produced, also a
| selection of proof etchings at 75c and f 1
each,
Bags and dolls. Special sales at 223
Sonth Broadway today and tomorrow.
China on Monday. Lunch as usual.
Afternoon tea from 3 to 5 on these days,
fl mernherships solicited.
The Windermere, on Ocean avenue,
Santa Alooica, is a pleasant winter re
sort, beautifully situated overlooking
the Pacific ocean.
Visit th« Crystal Palace art rooms,
140 South Main etreet. An elegant tine
of clocks and silver platsdware. Just
the thing for Christmas presents.
lUiob'l reetaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main street. Everything new and first
class. Private apartments. Fresh fish,
oysters ai.d game daily. Open all night.
Dr. J. A. Muuk, lUH South Spring
Btreet, rupture, rectal, bladder and fe
male diseases. Get his' Honest John"
truss.
Ladies' Aid society of the Universalis!
church will meet at 522 Weef Twelfth
street Thursday, December 15th, at 2
p. m. All are invited. L. Brown, sec
For sale—Chf ire English mastiff pup
pies, at renscnahle prices. For full par
ticulars addie-B Charles E. Mitchell,
Clearwater porttffice.
An elegant stock of piano a*d ban
quet lamp" at the Crystal Falace, 140
>-onth Main etreet. Nothing more ap
propriate for a hcliday gift, They will
surely pleas" you.
Have your old mirrors resilvered as
as new at 11. Raphael 0tC0.,408,
410 South Spring.
Have your pictures framed at San
born, Vail A Cos. They give the best
value for the money. 133 S. Spring st.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 142}* North
Main street. Office hours from Bto 10
a. m. and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346.
Guitars, bat'j s and violirs positively
the cheapest in the city at Fitzgerald's,
corner Spring and Frankiin.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel
Ramona, Third and Spring sts. Crown
and bridge work.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
cents v. gallon. T. Vaebe & Co.. cor.
o"Uiinerciftl and Alameda sts. Tel 309
Visit, Lichtenberger'a art emporium,
107 North Main street, for pictures,
frames artist's material and all kinds
of holiday gifts. Free txhibition in gal
lery.
Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
If you want orange or lemon land read
ad. of W. P. Mcintosh in another col
umn.
We manufacture everything in the
looking glass line; all work guaranteed.
H. Raphael &C 0.,405,410 South Spring.
Special pricea on all of Kan Koo'a
goode for the next two weeks. See ad.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Soring street.
Visit the poultry show at the old
court houee today.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Broadway.
Bi-chloride of gold cure, Santa Fe
Springe.
Kamel'a Kurioue Kurios,32s S. Spring
Gano Henry, real eetate, Burhank.
Try Duggan's coffee. 108 W. Third et.
Dr. Pepper, 119J4 S. Spring Btreet.
Freeh fieb. Duggan's, 108 W. Third.
Dr. Lindley, South Spring street.
Broiled Bteaks. Duggan's, 108 W. 3d.
See Schumacher photo ad. Firat page.
IN SOCIETY.
The parlois of the Livingßton were
well filled by the guests and their
friends at an early hour on Tuesday
evening to listen to the fine programme
arranged for the occasion. Professor
and Mrs. Loainsky gave selections from
Wagner and Miss V\illiams gave a hu
morous recitation that called forth loud
applause. All the guests expressed
themselves as charmed with the privil
ege of hearing the magnificent voice of
Mr Reeves. He gave two fine selec
tions. Mrs. Cary of San Bernardino
gave two recitations.
The most delightful luncheon of the
season was given yesterday by Mrs.
Chas. Balier, at her residence ou Twen
ty seventh street, in entertainment, of
her sister, Miss Beamer of Pittsburg,
Pa. The lunch table wan decorated with
carnations, the menu most delicious and
altogeth' r it was a very enjoyable occa
sion. The gneßts were Mrs J. T. Jones,
Mrs T. J Fleming. Miss Miles, Miss
Mamie Miles, Mies Fixen, Mrs Warner.
Mrs. Otheman Stevens, Mrs. Stowell,
Mies Crandall, Miss Bnrt.
Falling; Hair
Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of Bkookum root hair grower
that) a wig; besides, wearing your own
hair is more cnnventpnt. All druggists.
You would be surp lsed to nee what a fine
oveicoat can be bought for $15 at Mullen,
Bluett & Oo.'E.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1892.
"POMP" USES HIS RAZOR,
AND rItOBABLY FATALLY CUTS
The Afl'iey Occurred in H'lly Manning's
Old Pfbo Height. Bullion-The
Injured Man in n Precari
ous CoMlittun.
A negro familiarly known as "Pomp"
seriously, and perhaps fatally, cut John
Manning (white) last evening in a
tatoou on Pico Heights. The difficulty
occurred about 7 o'clock in the building
where "Billy" Manning formerly kept a
saloon al d whink is now kept by Clar
ence Hall and Joe Manning.
The weapon used by ''Pomp" waa a
razor, infi;ctin_ two wounds. One is on
the left pide of the face, begtuiiing at
thechptk bone and extending to the
Dollar bone, laving the tl" h I pi n, from
»hich the Mood flawed frei*ly. The
other wound was inflicted in the light
fore-arm and is about three inches iv
i lenstb,
Tbe oiigin of the difficulty ware not
made known, aa tl o wounded man was
tmahle tO talk. J B. Olaverie, who was
in tbe Faloon at the time, states that
Manning and "PoDBp" were quarreling,
atid that the nttfto advai ted toward
Manning and slashed him with a iszor.
Olaveri? steppf d in to prevent the neeto
from Spain cutting Manning, when
"PompV img dog se'r."i! him by tbe
feet and he.Mi to gnaw them. o'av»rie
gave tbe pug a kick and then pe'zed an
axe with which be intended puhju.atirg
the neuro. But. by this time tbe neero
had put his razor in hi" pocket, took the
png doir in bis nrms, nnd rati out of tbe
lionsp. Claveriw a.ud another man fol
lowed him ahout. a mile, tint failed to
j overt«ikp h'm owing to the darkness.
> A physician waa rnmmotied and the
wounded man was cared for. John
Manning wis formerly emoloyed at the
P.qeltpt saloon, near the plaza.
Officer Hnwley was pent to tbe scene
of tlie difficulty and continued his
eeareh for ' Pomp," who is described a*
ahont fi feet 6 inches in height, aged
ahout 25 years, smooth, black face, and
a peculiarly shaped head —round in
front, square at the back, pnding in
rolls of flesh at the nape of tbe neck
His description was furnished to the
officers thron.hour. the city, with in
structions to bring him in.
At 11 o'clock last evening Officer Con
ley visitpd a basement saloon on the
eornpr of Arcadia and North Main strpetg.
In the crowd he saw "Pomney" Smith,
j whose looks tallied with the description
of the "Pompey" who did the cutting.
He arrested the fellow. At the moment
Officer Diet wig, who was on the lookout
for Pompev, also, entered the saloon
and assisted in taking the prisoner to
the central police station.
On being searched the razor was
nor. found. Tne prisoner's coat sleeves
were saturated with blood, also his
shirt cuff- and sleeveß. He did not
offer to sxplain how his clothing hp
came bloody, hut. feitropd surprise at his
arrest, and ' asked, "How much bond
you want ?"
Pompev Smith haa served two or
three term" in jail during the past two
years, ore term being for petit lniceny.
At a late hour last eveninz the wound
ed man's coudition bad not improved.
During the affray Clarence Hail was
slightly cut on the Tight hand in at
tempting to preveut Pompev from cut
ting Joe Manning.
Tho Petition to He Filed Today— Ths
The petition on the part of John
Chauslor contesting the election of Mr.
Rhodes as cmticilman from the Fourth
ward will be ready to be tiltd by Friday
next.
J. Marion Brooks, who has the matter
in hand, informed a Herald reporter
yesterday that the grounds of contest
will cover illegsl voting im all the pre
cincts of the Fourth ward, also mis
count of ballots—and especially in the
Twentv-eixth precinct, where it is
c'a ; nied pome 20 votes were c?st for
Chanslor where the election officers
either tallied said votes for Rhodeß or
failed to count them at all for coun
cilman.
While a Chinaman was pnsrr.ng the
corner f>f Second and San Pedro streets
yesterday afternoon a hoodlum shied a
rock st him, striking him ou the head.
The Chinaman chased the hoodlum
ahout two blocks and caught him. but
Eome other ho'idlums eurr"iinded them,
and he was released. Officer Walker
toi k a description of the fellow, but was
unable to find him.
If yon have ' : -\ r -'§\ Cleanliness
ireckle / ' 'I \ it next
your face is I . I I to
Dirty. J Godliness
How to Cure Freckles in Three Days.
MME. M. YALE'S
LA FRECKLA
WILL TJO IT.
Since the beginning of the world pretty faces
have been spoiled with freckles, and the most
beautif 1 r omph xlons hidden up by these un
sightly blerLishes.
I_A FRECKLA
The only cure ever known, discovered by
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Bhe can mske you yoing again Trn gray
hair to its natural ccor. P odyeused — nothing
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It will be m, iled >..uj.-. •• Al of Mrae. Vale's
remedies will be ehitfied you f oru Chicago, or
you can eet ■hem from your drug. i-t. Be will
g* t them for you Go to jour eruggpt < v wii- ()
day ar*d g* t a bottle of I.a Kr, okle, t k,. i home
an aoply it accor lug to directions on .Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, nud oil Minday
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Mail Dept. \ \ *J}m I "iViV-i'W
CHEAP LANDS^
We are now better situat d tbsn oyer top'nee
you on .ome flue patenttd or government lands
in several ,„' ibe b st valleys In Hombera Call
fornia, that aie ada >te I to grain, citrus, und de
ciduous fruit culture, at low Mk'hc. If you
a o looking for a home or a pr, (liable ii vest
ment it will be to yourin'ore t to oh lon us
and get full inf rmation We speak German
an>l Knulish. Call ~n or address
Antelope Valley Land and Water Ca.
184)4 Booth Spring Blreet. Itoom 1.
JOHN* MANNING.
THE CHANSLOR CONTEST.
Ii iuts It Contains.
The Bird will go
into the Gagel
one edge of a
visiting card along the line between the
bird atid'the cage, and rest the lip of your
minst tlie other edge of the card.
Ilo'd the card so that no shadow falls on
either side. Watch the bird a moment,
yon v ill see it go into the cage.
ill h*-
or j
You will not believe this
until you try it; neither will
you believe that Cleveland's
baking powt": t is absolutely
the best until you try it.
Try it!
THEY CAN MARRY.
I'euple Who Y*sterd»y Hrcurcd Legal
reimlSAiou to Wed.
Marriage licenses were issued from
the county clerk's office yesterday to the
following persons:
N. H Can y, aged 30, a native, of In
diana, nnd Irene Yates, aged 26. a na
tive of lowa, both resident'- of Pasadena.
F. A. Martin, aged 25, a native of
Tlllnoip. and Elizabeth B. Meyer, aeed
24. a native ol California, both residents
of T.or Apctplps.
I. D. Wilcox, seed 40, a native of lowa
and resident of Los Angeles, and Maria
Hastings, aged 27, a nat ye of Canada
and resident of Reanmont.
Joseph T. Palmer, aged 29. a native of
Nova Scotia, nnd Rrzella De Hart, aged
19. a native of Missouri, both residents
of Pomona.
Snnford D. Percy, aged 29, a native of
Illinois, ard Jpssie B. Thompson, aged
22. a native of Kansas, both residents of
Los Angeles.
Grave Mistake.
Phvsieians fr. quently make mistakes In treat
ment" of heart disease. Th« rate of sudden
deaths is dsi'v increasing. Hundnds became
victims of th"c ienorsnre of i hvdelnns In the
trestmen< of this disease. One in four persons
ba< n diseased he»rt. Shortness of breath, pal
pitation and flulterlne-, irrrcnlar puhe. chok
ine senssfon, nsthmatie breslhing, pal» or
tmde-ness iv side, shou'der or arm, weak or
hut grv spe'l°, are symptoms of hart disease
Dr Wiles' New Heart Cure i« the only reliable
remedy Thon-snds testify to Its wonderful
cures.' Books free Sold by C. TI, Hance.
lifiiinipd-Wmner, Photographer,
Has removed to bis new quarters, st 120 North
Siring street. Fveiytbine new and flrst-ctass.
If Prof. of ninfttnnstl a*' l extolle' the
F>e'il» ■ f our fid and $15 sutis h<- would never
hive been deposed for beiesy. Mullen, Bluett
* Co
Buggy robes, horse M'nkets at Foy's old re
liable saddlery honse. 315 N. Los Augeles Bt.
Use uerman F-irany «oap.
Lost, $5 by not biylngonc of Mullen, Bluett
ACo.'s $15 melton overcoats.
Well popt. 237 8. Prrine. Psmplos sent.
DIED.
SlHOlAtßV—December 14, 1592, H-rry W.
Fin lalre, beloved of LU'lan Sin
clalre, ar.d only ion rf <)■ a Weslie Bin
elalte. seed 2"S years and 7 mouths.
Ran Francbco papers please copy.
CATARRH,
And all the Ynricus Diseases of the Head,
Threat and Chest Successfully
Treated by
U. lIILTON WILLIAMS, M.1)..M.C.P.50
Ko. 137 S. Br.-adway, Los Angeles, Cal.,
By Ibe AEREAN Sy-tem of Practice, Com
bined wilh Proper Constitutional Rem
edies When Required.
CATAItUH.
Catarrh ii often regarded by the patient as a
coltl in the head, and he often exiresscs his
asioni-hm nt st hi" rein-rkab'e tendency to
contract a fre»b ci id. Indeed, he declares he
i . scarcely free from one cold before he takes
another, and h is always exceedingly careful.
It is a,so ama ter of surorise to htm that the
teems to settle in the he*d and
throat.
At limes many of the symptoms of catarrh
may seem to abate, and tbe patient is led to
hope that the disease is aboui to wear off;
but another class of symptoms soun appear,
end ho lears to his horror that Instead of
recovery fiom the di-case it is t hanged in
its character end extended to the throat.
A sense of weariness is sometimes felt in
eiding, speaking or singing, hoarseness
at times occurs, a sensation of dryness
is sometime* felt in the throat, or it ap
pear* that some foreign substance, a«, for
Instance, a hair, obstructed the throat:
there becomes a sense of langour and fa
tigue, tbe breath lessens upon a little ixet
tioo a short, hacking, ou.h, a peculiar sound
In clearing the th oat, a feeling es though
there were not room enough in the chest, to
breathe: these and other sytnrtoras occur
after the disease has made considerable pro
gres". Then it is a lime when consumi tlon is
about to begin i's dreadful work. Up to this
point tbe progress of the disease may have
been slow, and the pati nt rray, in expressing
his confldeut hope that it will "wear off," de
Clare that he has hud catarrh for years and has
not seemed to brc- nic much worse, and tiust
he will "by-aud-by" recover. But this delu
sion is the grand error Which has peopled our
cemo cries with cor*aunip>ive forms, as all
iorrnsof catarrh end flu ally iv consumption
Every case of catarrh can bj cured H prop
erly treated.
Persons oe-lr'ng treatment by this system of
practice can use the remedies at home as well
aa at our ofliee, ai d which will cau-e no incon
venience or hindrance to bu.-inefs whatever.
Consulta Io ir free and prices within the
reach or all The very bust of references from
those already cured.
Those who desire to coniult with me in re
gard to their oases hed bett*r call at 'he office
for an exami'atloD, but if imp rsible to visit
the office personal y may write for a lis'of
questions and circuUr, b' th of which wijl be
sent free of charge. Address,
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D.
137 8. Broadway, Log Angeles, Cal.
12 1 lm
THE ALAMEDA
HYDROPATHIC AND HTGENIC SANITARIUM
This superb privnte winter establishment is
now open for the reception of invalids and cure
of rheumatism (a specialty), malaria kidney
aolnai and skin diseases, catarrh, liver and
chest, cousum tiou, and all ehtonic dlscs*cs
For terms up ly ro HKOFKSSOtt J HEhBERT
RHEVr*-, <*!0 Santi Clara avenue, Alameda.
12-1% lm
OIL LAMS in lwi^
I will sell from 200 to 500 acres of tho above
raneno. This land joins the Puenle Oil Com
pany's laud on the east. 12 4 lm
P. C. TONNER, Poiryna, Cal.
peck, sharp & mm co.,
UNDERTAKERS,
EMBALMERB.
Everything Fimt-Clasi aid Charges Reasonable,
No. 140 North Main street, Los Angeles
Always open. Tei. No. 01.
Jra z~—it£ Save Hooey
BY ATTE.SDINa TUI
pnipp AUCTI SN SALE
JL JL V_y J J DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, *
WATCHES, CLOCKS, ETC.
At Waiiiier's Old Stand,
±2,& SoLitli Spring Sit.
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS AND GUARANTEED.
o<jMCi'ii::iu NEW IN h H AI* = ' SJ **B»_ —^
It Is Now Time
To make a purchase of a Christmas hat. It's
just as certain that you need one as it is that
Christmas comes iv December. Why drift
along till the holidays before buying, when
purchases can be made to better advantage
now? Our stock of Hats, and everything new
and novel in Men's Furnishing Goods is as
full as the sea is of water, our assortment as
varied as the colors of the rainbow, the quality
as high as the best in the world, and our
prices as low as close buying and a brisk busi
ness can make them. Take good advice and
buy at or.cc from
DESMOND,
The Leading Hatter and Men's Furnisher,
141 S. SPRING ST.
( BRYSON-BONEBRAKE BLOCK.)
-teair mi bach
• > • PORTABLE •
*sKfi OPEN-REFLECTING
V ■ Firejlace •
illllii Stealer,
83 >'.».».'.V-V».« • ■:■ \ <M i i W nys rp«rly. Perfectly safe and
ST. •'! . l 4 re'lablc. P.odofea no naiki. aaoaa
,' « r I'tU-e, 9 s.ooand f17.50.
JOHN h7f. PECK,
Pacific (Juast Agtut,
'**'*'** 413 •■•oi-'h Vain !.■»« Amp-tea.
DOES TOOK TAILOR FIT YOU?
M. DANZIGAR, 217 N. Spriog.
STILL a ive is B. SENS, the FE DAE L I 11tj 1 V J \ I
TAILOR, where you will find th c f.rfst ttitr'tj 1111 11 iJ( '
city, end the best, largest ord ccih-te Je cjf r iiii) ( Mtct t
from. Remtrnter ihe plate, NO. ICS ERO /IV y *> (t' « 1 a f
Bank Building. Respectfully, I • ) 1« .
DIAMONDS!
BEST
SELECTED
—STOCK
AND
FINEST QUALITY!
OPERA
JEWELRY
HOUSE
108 South Main St.
J. F. GRANAS & CO.
DISEASES OF MEN.
. Kidney a ml Wad
jCb tvt Diseases.
KM/ Acute and Cliron-
CtiK . * ,c Ui&eliarges.
Oi-ganal Weak-
Sexual Indiffer-
cure of hoth
i HHpk« Promptly and
1 PerniHiipntly
Cured at
DOCTOR
WHITE'S
PRIVATE DTSPENSAKY,
116 East First Street, Los Angeles, Cal
The ram' successful Private Dl.ea.e d« clor
in iin* HiaTe. Gun. rrh.a, Gleet, Mrlcture,
Seminal w mkm m, Neivoun Debility,
Syvhilin, rkln ami Kidney dis, fees and
Srnml \Vi'»kiu>r« hk o>» uHy'leated. Med
icines rrepand in i r;vale laboratory, li. th
sexes consult in confidence. I>r. Wblto has
no hi'fd ■übditufs. "Vi v see the doctor only.
Dr White ia the only me> Mlsi In the State
who exclusively treat* private, nervous and
chronic diseases. Cures guaranteed in all
curable cases Don't waste time with patent
medic nes. If you have any w m»l trouole
co' suit Dr. White. Scientific treatment.
Reasonable charges.

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