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The Slayer of James Frazier Must Stand Trial. Letters Found ou the Dead Man Throw Light on the Tragedy. The Evldenee Brought Out at the Cor oner's Inquest Yesterday—McKeu ale Placed Under Arrest. Two Verdicts. Tbe coroner held an inquest yesterday over the body of James Frazier, who was shot and killed last Sunday morn ing by Alfred E. McKenzie. Frazier was killed in his own room, in a lodging house kep*, by Mrs. Carrie A. Tupper, bis first cousin. The facts were detailed in the Herald yesterday, aud .the evi dence was substantially as published, the "new material" being two rather racy letters written to Mr. James Fra zier, the deceased, by a sister of Mrs. Tupper, living at Turo, Canada. These letters tend to show that tbe cause of the tragedy was jealousy, as tbe Herald stated yesterday. Mrs. Caroline A. Tupper testified sub stantially that Frazier came into the room where herself and McKenzie were, and that Frazier struck the pris oner several times with a club, then drew a knife and advanced, when Mc- Kenzie fired, killing Frazier. Charles A. Tupper, husband of tbe woman, testified that he had known Frazier about five years and had known McKenzie about 12 years; Frazier had spoken to him. about McKenzie coming to tbe house and said: "I bave a notion to club him." The witness further stated that McK»nzie came to his house unon his invitation, and that be had sufficient confidence in his family, and so told Frazier. Detective Auble stated that the pris oner directed him to room No. 1 as the scene of the tragedy, but he found the deceased in room No. 9. The prisoner, Alfred Q. McKenzie, tes tified in his own behalf. To the ques tion, "Where did you sleep Saturday night?" the prisoner said: "I do not Care to answer that question." Coroner —Do you refuse ? McKenzie—l do not care to answer. Coroner—Yon have a room at the Corfu. Did you sleep in that room on last Saturday night? The prisoner refused to answer. The servant girl at the Corfu testified that no one slept in McKenzie's room on last Saturday night. Coroner Weldon then stated to the jury tbat among the effects found upon the body of the deceased, James Frazier, was a package of cayenne pepper and two letters, addressed to the deceased. They were from Salmon river, Nova Scotia, from a sister of Mrs. Tupper, named "Libby." At the time they were written Mrs. Tupper was then visiting tbe family at Turo, and Mc- Kenzie was there at the time, it seems. One of tbe letters is dated August 28th, last, and is addressed "Dear Jim," meaning James Frazier. "I wish you would try and get Carrie back home; the people are talking about her and Alf. McKenzie. If this was told to poor Charles he would worry about it. (let her home, they a.c talk ing scandalously; I told Carrie about it, and she sneered at it. All Carrie seems to think about is flirting; I hope Tupper will not hear of this; if so he would feel bad; Carrie and Lou went to Halifax; Alf followed; Lou returned, but Carrie did not return until Friday." The other letter is an account of a . picnic at a place called Picton. "Carrie and Lou went to the picnic, they had men with them; Lou came home; Carrie stayed at Picton with Alf. It is very bad; I wish Carrie had never come home at'all; she is no sister of mine; it is a very hard thing to say, I know. Burn this letter." After deliberating about 40 minutes the jury made two reports. Tbe mi nority, of four members, returned a verdict tbat the prisoner, McKenzie, killed deceased with criminal intent. The majority, consisting of ten, exoner ated the prisoner. Tbe coroner issued an order commit ting the prisoner and McKenzie waß taken back to the central police station and locked np. Frazier will be buried today, the funeral taking place from the morgue. M'CARTHY'S ARREST. Offloer IfoLain Makes a Clever Cap tor*. Q. E. McCarthy was arrested yester day by Officer McLain, and booked on the charge of drunkenness. Officer Mc- Lain saw the man on Alameda street, and thinking that he answered to the description of the fellow who robbed and assaulted Mrs. Eglehoff Saturday night on Hill street, near Fourth, took him to the station. Mrs. Eglehoff subsequently identified the fellow as the person who attempted to snatch her parse and struck her in the face. Officer McLain will today change the charge to that of battery and attempted robbery. THREE FINGERED IKE. Arrested by Ofaeer Maguire fnr Steal ing Harness. Ike Davis, better known as Three Fingered Ike, was arrested yesterday by Officer Maguire, and charged with petit larceny. Ike was charged with taking harness from a shop on Wall and Fourth street, and a wagon cover from another place. The matter was reported to Officer Maguire, and he found Three Fingered Ike while offering the property for Bale. Falling Hair Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy a bottle of skookum root hairgiower than a wig; besides, wearing your own hair is more convenient. All druggists. Will Extend the Civil Service List. Waihingtok, Dec. 12.—There is little reason to doubt that the president will soon issue an order extending the civil service law and rules to include letter carriers and clerks in free delivery post offices. These offices now number 601 aad give employment to about 11,200 carrier! and 0300 clerks. , Good Looks. Good looks are more tbau skin deep, depend ing upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look: 11 your stomach l>- disordered you have a dyspeptic look, and if your kid neys bo affected you have a pinched look. Se cure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters Is the great alterative and tonic; acts directly on these vital organs. Cares pimples, blotches, boils snd gives a good complexion. roldatC. F. Helnseman's drug ■ton, 332 North Main street, 80c der bottle. SCHOOL MATTERS. Proceedings Yesterday of the Board of Education. The board of education held a meeting last night, but nothing outside of routine business came up for considera tion. There were present President Kierulff, Mrs. Hughes, Messrs. Marsh, Davis, Boal and Barber. The finance committee reported favor ably upon a number of demands, in cluding those of teachers' salaries, amounting to $18,412 50, and janitors' fees to the amount of $1208 75. It was resolved to wit hold payments on demands until the teachers' salaries had been paid for the month of Decem ber. The building committee recommended tbe painting and varnishing of the in terior of the Seventeenth-street school, which was approved. Tbe board then adjourned to meet Tuesday evening, December 27. THE RAZOR'S WORK. rOMP SMITH'S CUTTING OF HAN. NING KKSULTS FATALLY. The Victim of the Gutting Dies l.asl Night—The Charge against Smith Will Probably Be Changed to One of Murder. The preliminary examination of "Pomp" Smith, who slashed John Manning; with a razor and nearly cut his head off, was set'for yesterday morning before Justice Ross, at Pico Heights, and Dsputy District Attorney Diehl went out there to represent the prose cution. It was found, however, that Manning's condition is still so critical that he could not be present, and the examination was continued until Fri day morning at 10 o'clock. The cut which is the most dangerous begins on the Bide of the head, extends down under his neck, aud, it is said, cut into the jugular vein. He passed a bad night Sunday night, and was troubled with a choking sensation. The physi cians believe tnat he will pull through, but the wounded man is not yet out of danger. Later — John Manning died last evening at 9 o'clock from the effects of wounds received in a difficulty with "Pompey" Smith. Several even ings ago Manning and the colored man, Smith, had a quarrel in a saloon on Pico Heights, during which Smith cut Man ning with a razor. Smith is now in the county jail under the charge of assault to murder. - THE POLICE COURT. Little Cases Which Were Investigated Yesterday. In the police court yesterday James McMillan was fined $15 on a charge of drunkenness. Q. T. Kinzie, charged with petit lar ceny in stealing a buggy robe, was Bent to th 9 Boys and Girls' Aid socity home for 60 days. U. Parro, charged with disturbing the peace of Mrs. Miller on Center street, was fined $5. Vnited States Courts. In the United States circuit court yesterday, Samuel McKinley was ad mitted to practice, on motion of the United States district attorney, M. T. Allen, and presentation of a certificate from the supreme court of California, The case of Briggs, Priestly & Co. et al. vs. The Frank, Gray company of Los Angeles, was tried in the circuit court before Judge Ross. The plain tills sought to restrain the defendants from selling an inferior grade of henriettas as goods manufactured by them, and after hearing tbe testimony the court granted them an injunction in accord ance with the prayer of the complaint. Tbe case of C. W. Dunlop vs. The California National bank of Ban Diego was argued and submitted. It was an application for a temporary injunction in connection with the funds of the bank in the hands of tbe receiver. In the district court the grand jury made a partial report npon the case of James Campbell, charged with illegal registration, finding that the facts did not justify an indictment, whereupon the case was dismissed and the de fendant discharged. SOCIETY. On last Thursday evening a most en joyable social, composed exclusively of young ladies, occurred at the apart ments of Miss Lena Patterson and Miss Edna Coburn, at the Clifton house, on Broadway near Temple street. The evening was spent in dancing, singing, games, etc., and refreshments were served. Among those present were: Misses Lena Patterson, Edna Coburn, Tina Benner, Louise Bandholt, Lucy Nelme, Carrie Anderson, Pearl Schu macher, Mamie Schumacher, Gertrude Smith, Mollie Reynolds, Jessie Kent and Lee Parrish. Banta Barbara's Loss. Santa Barbara, Dec. 19. —W. N. Hawley, a prominent citizen, died early thie morning of heart failure. He was the owner of tbe Arlington hotel and other valuable property at thia place. He formerly resided in San Francisco. Fall to Da Our Duty Everybody an at times failed to do tbeir dnty toward themselves. Hundreds of lady readers Buffer from sick headache,nurvousnees, Bl eplessness and female troubles. Let them follow the example of Mrs. H. Herbechter, Stevens Point, Wis., who for five years suffered greatly from Nervous Prostration and sleepless ness, tried physicians and different medicines without success But one bottle of Or. Miles' Nervine caused sound sleep every night tnd she 1b feeling like a new person. M s. Eliza beth Wheeler, Laramie City, Wyoming, who tried all other remedies, declared that after three weeks' use of the Nervine for Headache, Nervous Prostration, etc. she was entirely relieved. Bold by 0. H. Hance. Trial bottle free. Mr. L. R, Paxton was made happy yesterday by the arrival of his parents and Bister from Philadelphia, who bave come to Los Angeles to spend tbe winter. D-PRICE'S ®«Sa n e g r. The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes— 40 Years the Standard. LOS ANGELES HERALD; TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1892, BRIGGS FINISHES HIS SPEECH. Three Days Occupied in Argu ing His Defense. Sentiment Seemingly Against Him at the Close. The Moderator Declares Supplementary Remarks Out of Order and the Presbytery Sustains the Ruling. By the Associated Pro*.] Nkw York, Dec. 19.—Dr. Briggs fin ished hie three days' speech today. Several times he was applauded, but at the closing moments of the session it was evident that the spectators were against him. Taking up charge six, the essence of which is tbat the accused de clared that sanctification is not com plete at death, which is contrary to the standards of the church which teaches that the souls cf believers are at their death at once made perfect in holiness, the defendant said there was no proof offered for this essential doctrine in the charge. He had declared for progres sive Bantification and argued at length to show that there was _ a middle state and that sanctification could never be complete until the day of resurrection. The in variable statement of the New Testa ment is that the second advent of Jesus Christ ie tbe goal of sanctification. In conclusion Briggs said: "I have shown that the doctrines taught by me are not contrary to the Westminster confession; not irreconcilable with the scriptures, but the product of a compre hensive study of the scriptures. It is now for the presbytery of New York to make its decision. I pray God you make no mistake, but stand firmly by tbe work of God and tbe constitution of our church, and so deliver a righteous verdict." Dr. Briggs asked how much more time tbe prosecuting committee would de mand. He said tbe prosecution should not be permitted to bring in new matter or matter prepared months ago and held for the conclusion. He wanted the matter settled. Colonel McCook, speaking for the prosecution, said he thought they could conclude their reply by Wednesday evening. The committee would insist on the usages of the courts, which al lowed the complainant in all actions, both criminal and civil, to open and close the proceedings. The moderator so ruled. Briggs rose and commenced to speak, but the mod erator declared him out of order. Briggs appealed, but the moderator was sus tained by an overwhelming vote. THE APOSTLE OF GOOD ROADS. Col. A. A. Pope to Address the Chamber of Commerce. Col. A. A. Pope, the apostle of good roads, is now at the I'.aymond, but will be the guest of Mr. C. W. Ford for about a week in this city. He has expressed his willingness to address a meeting of the chamber of commerce during his so journ here on the Bubject of roads, and the committee appointed for that pur pose will meet at tbe chamber of com merce this afternoon at 2 o'clock to ar range the date. The committee consists of Messrs. J. Q. Tufts, Seward Cole, E. T. Wright, M. S. Severance and F. W. King. It is probable tbat they will set any day agreeable to Colonel Pope, probably the latter part of the week, for a public meeting at which all interested in the subject of better highways will be given an opportunity to hear this gifted gen tleman on his favorite theme. Colonel Pope is president of the celebreted Pope Manufacturing company, and has begun a national crusade for good roads tbat is already marked with good results and bids fair to work one of the greatest revolutions of the age. The case of the Los Angeles, Pasade na and Glendale Railroad company vs. Minnie Ramp, was on trial before Judge Clark, sitting for Judge McKinley, yes terday in department No. of the su perior court. The case was originally tried before Judge Shaw, it being a con demnation suit for right of way through the Sycamore grove between Los An geles and Pasadena, and the judgment of condemnation was for $775. The defendant appealed from an order de nying a new trial, and the supreme court reversed the judgment, granting a new trial. The defendant claims the judgment was very mnch too small. The court and jury will visit the prem ises today. In a recent letter to the manufactur ers, Mr. A. W. Baldridge, Millersville, 111., says: "Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy gives tbe beet' satisfaction of any cough medecine I handle, and as a seller, leads all other preparations in this market. I recommend it because it is the best medicine I ever handled for coughs, colds and croup." For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, druggist, 222 North Main street. A Desperate Crook Arrested. Sack amen ro, Dec. 19. —Yesterday afternoon Deputy Sheriff Alter arrested Amasa 0. Hall after a desperate strug gle, in which Hall tried to ahoot the officer. The prisoner was locked up. He ia a notorious eastern crook and des perado, who ia wanted in several states. The crime for which he waa arrested was the robbery of tbe postoffice at Lincoln, Neb. He had been biding some time at the residence of relatives in Washington, a town in Yolo county, opposite this city. A little boy who gave bia name aB Lew Taylor came to tbe Heuald office last night and eaid he waa lost. Hia' par ents, he aaid, bad allowed him to go out to sac Santa Glaus, and he got excited and forgot how to get home. He waa taken to tbe police station, where Clerk Cottle gave him a bed in the receiving hoepital, and where hie parents can find him this morning. A Lost Boy. Royal Baking Powder imparts that pe culiar lightness, sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest food, and which expert pastry cooks declare is unobtain able by the use of any other raising agent. ROBBED A PADRE. How Father O'Reilly Was Tricked by a Mexican. San Bernardino. Dec. 19.—Saturday night an individual cailed at the resi dence of Father O'Reilly, a Catholic priest of this city, asking the father to hurry with him lo the bedside of a dying man living beyond Colton. The priest hurriedly made arrangements and got into a buggy with the stranger to drive there. After they had passed Colton the stranger, who was a Mexican, overpowered the prießt, robbed him of his watch and money, putting him out in the road and leaving him to find his way back to Colton. The robber came back to this city this after noon and endeavored to sell the prießt's watch and gold crucifix, and was promptly arrested. The prisoner re fuses to disclose his name. FATALITY AT A FIRE Seven Firemen Crushed Beneath the Wall of a Burned Mill. Albany, N. V., Dec. 19.—Fire started by an explosion in the elevator shaft of tbe Fort Orange Milling company's building destroyed the plant, entailing a lobb of $75,000. Charles Wolverton, a member of the firm, was badly burned. About 7 o'clock this evening aB the members of steamer company No. 4 were preparing to lsave the ruins by the river front, the east wall toppled over without warning aud seven men were buried under tho mass of debris. A large force of firemen and policemen immediately set to work. James Shat tuck and Fred Bamer were taken out slightly hurt and Bent to the hospital. Two hours later the dead bodies of Charles Marshall, John Brtfgefoid and Fred Amthor were found. Connt Peter Again In Trouble. San Francisco, Dec, 19 —"Count Peter" Ruhlovasbaßk, who has figured a number of times in police transac tions, was arrested this afternoon on a warrant sworn to by Joe Nealon and William Kelly, charging him with em bezzlement. The complainants owned a saloon which tho "count" purchased, giving them in exchange a certain amount of land in Bakersfield, Kern county. He then sold the saloon to an other party and pocketed the purchaee money. Nealon and Kelly telegraphed to Bakerefield and ascertained that the "count" bad no land whatever in that part of the state. The prisoner alleges that a man named Campbell took all the purchase money with the exception of $20. ■ Rosecrana Coming; to Los Angeles. Washington, Dec. 19.—General Rose crans continues to improve and hopes to leave for Sonthern California next week. Dandruff. This annoying scalp trouble, which gives the hair an untidy appearance, is cured by skookum root hair grower, All dmggista. Christmas Presents For All, At the Crystal Palace, 138, 140 and 142 South Main street, elegant assort ment of china, clocks, silver-plated ware, etc , etc. Open every night this week. You are invited to inspect our grand holiday disptay. The Finest Line or Hardware In the city can be found at the W. O. Furrey company, 159 to 165 North Spring Btreet. Plumbing and tinning a spe ciality. Cooking utensila, cutlery, etc., at prices that defy competition. A Paper Company Falls. New York, Dec. 19 —Tho failure of the American Wood Paper company was reported today. The company's mills are at Manayunk and Spring City, Pa., and headquarters at Providence. smallest Pill in tho W"rld I Provided the great Organs %Jp of tho body are not irreparably injur- ® ed, there aro few diseases that % TUTT'S * ©Tiny Liver rlmm ewill not euro. Hy their notion the Liver, the Spleen, tho Heart nnd tho A J. Idneya are brought into harmonious • notion, and health, vigor of mind and body follow their use. Dose small.6m Price, iJSc. Cllico, 110 to Hi Waalf n St.,«. I- 1880. — - 1W Pfl! I IMQ OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN, LM. uULUnu With the Los Angeles Optical Institute, 125 Sonth Spring street, Los Angeles Eyes examined freo. Artificial eyes Inserted. Lenses ground to order on premises. Occullsts' prescriptions correctly filled. 6-8 6m WAGON MATERIAL, HARD WOODS, IRON, STEEL. Horseshoes and Nails, Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc. JOHN WIGMORE, 117, 119 and 121 Bouth Los Aagelts Street American Cholera. From the Daily lievellle. Whatcom, Wash. "T. C. Burnett, the Democratic can didate for sheriff, waß taken violently ill at Clearbrook. He bad all the symp tomß of Asiatic cholera, and for an hour or two it was feared he would die. They finally gave him a doeo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy, which revived him until a physician ar rived." That is precisely what the manufacturers of that medicine recom mend for cholera. Send for a physician, but give their medicine until the physi cian arrives. If cholera becomes preva lent in this country next summer this preparation will be in great demand, because it can always be depended upon. For Bale by C. F. Heinzeman, druggist, 222 North" Main street. A Freight Office Short ago. Cincinnati, Dec. 19.—1t is stated on Rood authority that the shortage in the Louisville and Nashville freight office, in thia city, ie at least $50,000. Agent McOourt and Cashier Sliotwell been dismissed. The company has at tached McOourt's property on a claim of $30,000. Fell Dead. These words are very familiar to our readers, as not a day passes without the report of the sudden death of some prominent citizen. The explanation is "Heart Dt-ease." Therefore, beware if yon have any of the following symp toms, Short Breath, Pain in Side, Smothering Spells, Swollen Ankles, Asthmatic-Breathing, Weak and Hungry tipells, Tenderness iv Shoul der or Arm, irlnttcring of Heart or Irregular Pulse. Those symptoms m-an heart ditease The m< st reliable remedy is Dr. Milea's New Heart Cure, which has saved thousands of lives. Book of testimonials free at C. H. Hance, who also sells the New Heart Cure. DIED. PR aveu—ln Los Angeles, C*l., December 18, 1892, James A. Fraser, a native of Nova Scotia, aged 37 y ars. Friends and acquaintances Era invited to at tend the funeral today (Tuo'day), December 20. at 1:30 p.m., from tin under.akiug parlors of Orr A riut"h, 147 N'orih Spring stre. t HAVE ARRIVEDJUOS ANGELES! EUROPEAN STAFF OF GERMAN! ENGLISH PHYSICIANS-. SERVICES FIRST THREE MONTHS FREE OFGHARGE. A staff of German and English Eoctors have arrived and permanently located at 308£ SOUTH SPRING ST. All who visit the doctors before January 1 will receive services for the first THREE MONTHS FREE OF CHARGE. All diseases and deformities are treated, but in no instance will an Incurable case be taken for treatment. If your case Is incurable they will frankly tell you so, also caution against tpending moro money for useless treatment. The object of this course is to become rapidly and personally acquainted with the sick and afflicted. Remember dates and go early, as their office* will ba crowded from morning till night during last days of free service. OFFICE HOURB:~^i m «.^ 5 ?o m 8: ;e 8 y u e n u : days, 11 to 2. Catarrh and Consumption Positively Cured By their GERMAN TRBATMENT. 12 ltf NOTICE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE COTJN ty of Los Angeles, state of California. In matter of petition of Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church r'ouih. Pursuant to order ot the Hon. W. H. Clark, jud.eof said Superior court, notice is hereby given to any and all persons interested in the real property of Slid incorporation, and in any matters thereo', to show oau>e. If any thiy can, on Tuesday, the 27th day o! December, 1892, at 10 o'clock a.m. ol that day, or as soon there after as counsel can be heard, at the courtroom of said court iv the city ot Los Angeies, Btate of California, why the said incorporation Bhould not be authoris d by this court to mortgage the real estate of said society, described as tbe southwesterly strip, 80 foot witfe, of lot 0, bock 13, of Ord's survey of I.os Angeles cily, fronting 80 fe»t on ihe west side of Broadway street, and to extc ;te and Oeliver wlih such mortgage a note under the corporate seal and in the oorporats namo of said society as evi dence of said indebtedness. Witness my h-<nd and seal of said Superior court this lbtu day of December, 1892, [seai.,l T. H. WARD, Clerk. By A. W.BKAVER, Deputy Clerk. ILL. Wicks, attorney for petitioner. 12-2* to the Public] January 1,1893, the undersigned will open for business at No. 232 Ht uuena street, in tbe shop formerly occupied by Lloyd Bios., where we will do carriage and wagon work, and we would liko to have you cill auu give us a trial. Yours respectfully, J. DARBY. 12 20 lm A. M'DONALD. .. Our PttRTECTIOS f.YItIKGB tn» with e«ry bo'-tto, la CLEAN. Don not STAIN. PBISVESTS STRICTURE, Core. < U.VOKItnOiA snd OI.SIT ia Ona to Fotm dsja, A qvv-i curu r<* i.rc<:our.nrt:Aor whites. Sudor «ll Ulinoolsrs. Sent to »nj AcKlrc.l ftir Jl.Ha. X.-- I " ' va:.'uvacickiru to., lakcasiku, oi«o H. N. Bile & Son, agents, 308. Vain it. J. C. CUNNINGHAM Manufacturer nnd Dealer In TRUNKS ANI) TRAVELING BAGS. 130 routh Main street, Opposite Chamber of Commerce, Los Aneelaa Telephone 818. Orders called for and delivered to all parts ol ________ the city. 11-23 > _____ M&ik AMPBELL'S HRISTMAS I \- ■ ' j V_.*/URIOS. | ONLY ONE DAY MORE i To buy presents to reach «your eastern friends be fore Christmas. «* We Have What Yon Want. J[ Yon Need Look Ha Farther. Indian, Mexican and Calif >rnia Goods. Mosses, Paintings, Etchings, Shells.etc. Feather Cards, Rag Figures, Oajx and Pottery. Opals, Filigree and Agate Jewelry. Wo did a big business last week. Why? Be pcople W wan! Ch2ai> * nd have th ° nlv * l « 9s tue CAMPBELL'S CMITY STORE, Open at night 325 South Spring st. YEMEZPKLA BIi'TERS * Ilia - S Hi s Put cases of two dozen pints at $17.00 per esse, H. J. WOOLLACOTT, Sole agent for Southern California. 11 22 40t Joe Poheim, Ik Tailor Hakes tho mi Suites,. n> clothes in the M.m From $18. Pants S^ From $5. other house f / j Rules for self. /['j nf measurement OB Ine Ba m and Samples sua™? * an ' 143 S. Spring Street, Los Angelea. AUCTION SALE AT 426-428 South Spring Street, ON Thursday, Dee. 22, at 10 a.m. Parlor sets, upholstered parlor furniture, bed lounges, a large consignment of fine portion, bed room suits, on* secretary, bookcase, ohi*. fonier, hall racks, center tabl. s. etc. 30,000 EASTERN CIGARS. MATLOCK & REED, - - Anctioneers, Dr. Wong Fay, Having made a study of disease and the heal ing art from early years, has opened ihe Benev olent Dispensary at No. 227 South Main street, where by conscientious prsctlce he hopes to merit the patronage of the discriminating pub lic. His stock of drugs Is selected with extreme care, regardless of lost, and imported direct from China for his own use. His objeot is to relieve suffering rather than to acquire fame and amass wealth. For the first three days examinations, pre scriptions and medicines will do free. After ward all advice will be carefully given and free, but a small charge, sufllyient to cover cost, will be made for medicines furnished. 12 No. 227 South Main Street. 20 ?V£#^* i «*wav^ II n ? $ m^ili A fin And a full assortment of Crockery, China and 01as«ware, strictly firstclßSS at bottom pricde. STAFFORDSHIRE CKOtKKRY CO., 8_27 al7 Scuta Spring street Brno : . If Have Defective And value them, consult ns. No case of def c - tive vision where gistees are required is too complicated for us. The correct adiustmfnt of f rimes is gui, eas important as the perfect fit ting of l.'nseß, and the scientific fitting and making of glasses and fram- s is our only busi ness (specialty). Have satisfied others, will satify you. We use el« ctrie power and aro. the E£uto™Ai!« e . ,lwl gTla& «- toowet « e '»' u 8. «. MAiWHDTZ, Leading Scientific Op« -clan, (Specialist,) 167 N. Bpring, opp. old Court Boost. Don't io-*et the number. 5