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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Proceedings of Pasadena City Conncil. Santa Avians Still Agitated Over Foot Racing-. A Faith Cure Tragedy at Pasadena—Re dondo Shipping;—Anaheim's Beet Sugar Factory—Redlands News Notes. Pasadena, Dec. 19.—The city council met in regular aeaßion thia afternoon. A resolution of intention to lay a cement Bidewalk in the vacant apace north of Mra. Magee'e house, on South Marengo, waa paeaed. Mr. Scharff addreased the board in re lation to a gooaeneck uaedby theaprink ling carta on Columbia Btreet, claiming it waa private property. The matter waa referred to the water committee. An application for a rebate on taxes from W. P. Webb waa granted. The report of the auditing and finance committee, recommending billa payable to the amount of $730.71, waa received, and warrante ordered drawn. The city clerk waa instructed to notify Fire Chief Turbetta not to turn in any more alarms from the fire boxea in the center of town for the purpose of prac tice. A petition from J. Ellis to be allowed to place a basement entrance on the south side of hia building, corner Kan saa and Fair Oaks, waa referred to the city attorney. Councilman Jamea Clarke waa in structed to procure enough walnut treee to set out 50 acres at the sewer farm. . A communication from City Engineer Sedwick, recommending establishing a grade on Garfield avenue from Illinois Btreet to the city limits, waa received and the recommendation adopted. A petition was received, eigned by Delos Arnold and W. T. Clapp, asking tbat time for the payment of taxeß without penalty be extended 30 or 60 days. The pe'ition waa received and gentlemen notified that the time has been extended to the full limit of tbe law. A report upon tbe guttering and curbing work upon West California Btreet waa re ceived from Engineer Sedwick, and the council decided to inapect tbe work to morrow in a body. A bill from the county aupervisora for one-half the expenses of ballot boxen, booths, etc., need in lhe late elections waa received and referred to Council man T. P. Lukenß. The board then adjourned. ANOTHER FAITH CURE CASE. Another case of where the faith cure got in its deadly work occurred in South Pasadena last evening. Mra. Mary B. Clark, a recent arrival from Kansas City, died in that place yeßterday, apparently of consumption. The lady waa a firm believer in the ao called Chriatian acience, and it ia atated tbat Bhe failed to receive proper medical treatment owing to interference of theae people. Rev. Clarke of thia place figures in the caae aB the spiritual adviser. Dr. Mohr of this city attended the deceased for *ome time, but bis services were dispensed with and the "faith" doctors relied upon. The immediate cause of the death is matter of doubt, Dr. Mohr refuaing to issue a certificate. The case will be inquired into tomor row morning before a coroner's jury in the undertaking rooms of Reynolds & Van Nuya. THE NEW YEAR'S HERALD. A representative of the Herald waa in town today intereating our busineas men in the special edition of the Herald that is to be published the first of the year. This edition promisee to be one of the finest yet printed by any paper in thia section. Special attention will be given to the reeourcea of South ern California and tbe San Gabriel val ley. The edition will be a very large one and the papers will be extenaively circulated in the eaßt. The advertiaing apace ia necessarily limited and Paaade nana should see that tbia place haa a proper representation therein. NOTES. The hotels report large eastern ar rivals during tbe past week. Mr. G. B. Ocheltree, formerly South ern Pacific agent in thia place, has been appointed agent at Riverside witb the same company. Aa will be noted in to-day'a council proceedinga, the time for the payment of taxes without tbe addi tional 5 per cent penalty expiree De cember 31st, with no extension. Pay up. Profeßßor Barnard of Lick observatory lectured this evening at the opera houae. The subject tomorrow evening will be: Cometa and Meteors and tbe Relation Between Them. The marriage of Mr. W. H. Parker and Miss Mabel Wilson ia announced to take place next Thursday evening. Both theae young people are members of the faculty of Tbroop university. The wed ding will be private. Pasadeua Briers. Pasßdena office ol the Hebald, No. 14 West Oolirado street. Advertisements and subsorip- Hols rec ived. ST. Nf! HOLAS, half block from term inns of the Los Angeles, Pasadena and Glendale rail way. Rates $5 to $7 per week. Miss I. Mc- Lain, proprietor. MORGANS LIVERY AND BOARDING STA BLE, rear of post-omce. Safe and st] lish turn outs at reasonable prices. Telephone 56. C. GARIBALDI, dealer in wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco, also mimed goods. Bast Colorado street cor. Chestnut avenue. COOK & EJKOZA, general blacksmithing. No. 15 Union street. G. 8. M AYHEW, real estate broker, BOH West Colorado street. Loans and investments. D. 8. BASsKTT. T adies' and Gents' Tonsorial Parlors. Ladles' hair cutting, curling and shampooing. 5 East Colorado street. PABADENA Bl ACKHMITR SHOP, 48 Broad way. General blacksmithing and woodwork. Randlemon & De Hay. M'DON A LD, BROOKS & CO., real estate, loans and houses for rent. Bargains in houses and ranches. 7 East Colorado street. ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. 8. Dental room., Eldridge building, Pasadena. MERCANTILE LUNCH HOUSE, 32 South Fa' r Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours. HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, steam heat ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod ern imp ovements. THE PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and Washington; first-class family hotel. 1,08 AMGKLB3 HOU'E. corner Colorado Btreet and Delm ey avenue; transients, $1 and $1.50 per oay; first-class. P. Klein, proprietor. KERCK HOKP-CUZNER Mill and Lumber Co., corner Broad wr«y nnd Kmc as street. Good Cooking: IB one of the chief blessinga of every home To always insure good cußtards. puddings, «auees, etc., use Gaii Rordiu"HaiMe" Brand Condensed MIU. Directions on the label, sold by your grocer and druggist. Oar rVromluent Physicians Recommend John Wleland's and Fredericksburg Beer, Both unequalwd for quality, Btrength and purity SANTA ANA. The Supert liors-Qnlrk Want* Another Itace With HorrU. Santa Ana, Dec. 19.—This cold De cember day has been a very dull one in the county court bouee. The offices have been deserted, save by the county officials, and even Deputy County Clerk Brooks's handsome face and winning smile has failed to be prolific of any news matter. Not a marriage licence has been issued for three days. The board of supervisors met in regu-. lar session this morning, all tbe mem bers being on hand. W. L. Weatberbee of Riverside Bent a complaint to the board, in which he stated that the road in Santa Ana cafion was in a terrible condition, and asked that it be repaired. Supervisor Sebnrn was appointed to in vestigate. H. Yount of Tustin wanted to cut come shade trees in front of his property, and asked permission to do so. The matter was left to Supervisor Tedford. Panl Goiter was granted per mission to change his liquor license from Yorba to Fullerton. Every road and crossroad in the county was named and numbered. This work is what has been needed for come time. The report of the horticultural commissioners was read and placed on file, after wbich the board adjourned. The Hebald representative inter viewed Supervisors Armour and Haw kins in relation to tbe suite recently in stituted against tho county, and both gentlemen regretted the fact that suite had been commenced, saying that they had no fear as to the outcome of either, bnt fearing that the actions would have a tendency to weaken the confidence of the people in the board. Both super visors believe that the county officers have none too many deputies, and also think that a law library ie a useless lux ury, benefiting only the lawyers of the county. The opinion of the supervisors, however, is not shared by many of the taxpayers, who believe that the county's work can be done with lees help. WITH THE SFRINTEBS. The air in Santa Ana is heavily laden with foot-racing talk these days, and the town may be said to have it bad. Whether or not it is doing Santa Ana any good is a doubtful question, and tbe more chaste element of our society is loudly clamoring against it. Be the effect good or bad, the fever is here nev ertheless, and we of this prosperous little city believe that in Tom' Morris we bave tbe fastest runner in the world. James Quirk, he who comes from tbe snow-covered mountains of Canada, does not think so, however, and in con versation with a Herald reporter today said he could beat Morris in a 75 yard race for money, marbles or chais. He is anxicus to run our Tom again for a 15000 or $10,000 purae, but wants the race to take place in Los Angelee, eaying that there are no accommodations here for a runner. Said the fast man from Canada: '' Yes, lam sure I could defeat Morris if I caught another race with bim. He has promised to meet me again, and I hope be will. He only beat me a foot the last race here, and I bad a very uneven start. Then, too, I had been in training for only two weeks. I can beat him now for 15000 or $10,000." Morris will no doubt give him the race he is looking for. The eporting men of Santa Ana were at a loss to tell just which way to bet on the race this afternoon. Tbe sprinter who eaid be hailed from Norwalk didn't play hia game well at all, and if he had been a good manager, could have got a six yard handicap in hie race with Mor ris just aa well as not. Somehow or an other tbe people here got tbe ilea that Stevens, alias Sloan, knew more about footracing than he did about rolling pumpkins, and so he did not catch all the suckers he expected to. By thia time, too, he realizes that Morris is a pretty fast runner, and that his wind is good even for 150 yards. Only about 200 enthusiasts went out to the grounds to Bee the race. The track was in excellent condition though by no meana fast. No bete could be got on the race, although there waa plenty of Morris money at odds of three to one. A good start waß made by both men, but the big fellow from the mountain Btate wasn't in the go from lhe start. Morris led him all the way, winning the race by at least 15 feet, in 14% seconds. BREVITIES. A runaway on Fourth street this aft ernoon caused much excitement and re sulted in a buggy being badly wrecked. Ducks are plentiful in tbia section and large numbers are being captured. Bernardo Sparr, aged 81 years, died at Newport beach yesterday. Deceased was a native of France. Several new crosswalks are being laid on Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Came of Nebraska are visiting in thia city. Clarence Meacham and daughter, Miss Lola, have returned from an extended eastern trip. George PitUß returned from a visit to San Francisco this morning. Tbe weather has been cold and dis agreeable today and indications are favorable for rain. A good, soaking shower is what we need and then the farmers can plant grain. Marco Foster of Capistrano waa in town today. _ The M. E. church ministerial conven tion met thia afternoon in tbe Main street church. A large number of min isters are present. Seven vessels are unloading lumber at Newpart, and men are in demand to assist in lm ill inn it. Fifty men are now at work in the Newport lumber yarda. The Blade of tbia city publishes anin teview with C. F. Bennett, aßsembly man-elect from tbia county, in which that gentleman saya: "I ehall vote for the People's Party candidate for senator aa long aa there ia a ahow for hiß elec tion, after that Hon. S. M. White will probably be my second choice." Fonr corloads of corn were shipped from tbia city today for Tacoma. Silver Purchase!. Washington, Dec. 19. —The treasury department today purchased 75 000 ounces of silver at $0 8348 to 0.8355. Pronounced Hopeless, Tet Saved. From a long letter written by Mrs. Ada B. Hurd, of Groton. 8. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bi<d cold, which settled on my lungs. Cough Bet in and finally terminated in con sumption. Four doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, determined if I could not Btay with my friends on earth I would meet my ab sent ones above My hußband was advised to get Dr King's New Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs and Coldß. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. has cured me, and thank God I am now a well and hearty wo mau." Trial bottles free at O. F Heinzeman's drugstore, 222 North Main street; regular Bize MH> and 11. If You Meed a Trnss Call at Beckwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Main, A fli guarant' cd. Our book all about hernia, or rupture, now ready, free at our store or by mail. JOHN BECK WITH A SON, Druggists. Try Wesner's new studio for finest photos, 120 N. Bpring street, opposite Pheward's. 500 canary birds and cages for Christmas presents, at No. 124 West Fourth street. LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1892. News Notes front the Infant Wonder City. Redlands. Dec. 19. —Mr. Charlaa K. Richards of Moreno ia in tbe city today. Rev. Mr. Pierce of lowa preached to the Unitarians yesterday. Mr. Wella preachea next Sunday. His sermon will be appropriate to the occasion. Mra. Sloan assumes control of tbe Windsor tomorrow morning with Mr. Pratt aa manager. Mr. Hedge retires to give bis attention to the Terracina en tirely. With the 81oan house, the Ter race villa and tbe Windsor under one management the hotel situation is some what simplified. - Mr. Frank .'. Morrison, president of the First National, ia in San Francisco. Work on the lower end of the zanja is being superintended on behalf of the city by S. Boge. Mr. and Mra. L. M. Denison are gueata of tbeir daughter, Mra. R. O. Avery. They are recent arrivals from tbe east. Citrus avenue ia to have some much needed improvements. Culverts will be put in at the crossings at Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth streets. The water haa been a source of annoyance on that thoroughfare and this work is timely. The funeral of Ernest Cat terlin took place yesterday at 2 p.m. The deceased waa eged 20 years and died of typhoid fever. A handsome brick cottage is nearly completed for Arthur Gregory on West Citrus, avenue. J. L. Lyons' horee ran away Satur day aud damaged the buggy harneaaed to it considerably. Miss Mai Bishop entertained several friende at a literary affair Friday even ing last. Those present were Mr. and Mra. E. L. Baker, Mr. and Mra. H. B. Meitoham, Mies Mabel Mclntoab, Miss Hattie Elii3, Mica Kate Holiday, Miaa Delia B.iker, Miss Lucy Baker, Mr. George Biggin, Mr. A. R. Penfield, Mr. J. A. Bucke, Mr. N. L. Dyke and Mr. George F. Howe. Orange street ia in bad chape at the approach to the zanja bridge. But one vehicle can paas at a time and blockades are frequent. ANAHEIM. Corporation Meetings—The Beet Sugar Factory Causing Lively Business. Akaueim, Dec. 19. —The board of di rectors of the Anaheim Union Water company met Saturday afternoon and transacted the usual routine business. In addition to thia tbey levied an assess ment of $1 per share, payable on or be fore January 21st, to make some con templated improvements in tbe ditches. Tbe board of directors of the irriga tion dietrict met in Back's hall Satur day and adjourned to Monday without transacting any business. Today the board met again and decided to post pone action in certain important mat ters until Thursday, the 22d. Since the announcement was made tbat tbe board of directors of the Ana heim Co-operative Beet Sugar factory had on Saturday definitely aettled the vexed question of a site for the factory, having selected lot 47, in section 17, Anaheim Homestead tract, a large num ber of atrangera bave arrived in the city, and considerable renewed interest is felt in the industry. The site chosen comprises 40 acres of land. It ia given by the ownere, Stanton & Van Alatine of Loa Angeleß, to tbe company abso lutely free, and they agree furthermore to develop sufficient artesian water on the tract for the needs of the factory. The tract baa a aplendid drainage, and is situated in the exact center of the lands deeded into tbe sugar corpora tion ; it ia convenient to our city with out being so near as to be a nuisance on account of the smell of the waste water. Uur merchants report quite a lively trade in Cbriatmas goode, and the indi cations are for a prosperous season. THEY CAN MARRY. People Who Yesterday Becnred Legal Permission to Wed. Marriage licenses were issued from the county clerk'a office yesterday to the following persons: S. H. Blumauer, aged 34, a native of New York, and resident of San Fran cisco, and Leah Henriques, aged 19, a native of Louisiana, and a resident of Los Angeles. Ed W. Reider, aged 25, a native of Indiana, and Blanche Flora, aged 18, a native of California; both residents of Long Beach. Alonzo H. Lapbam, aged 31, a native of Illinois, and Maria Marone, aged 36, a native of Germany; both residents of Los Angeles. Arthur Y. Slack, aged 22, a native of California and resident of Alhambra, and Cora M. Robertson, aged 21, a na tive of Indiana and resident of Loa Angelea. Samuel Milner, aged 30, and Annie French, aged 32; both nativea of Ire land and residents of Lob Angeles. Joseph Bojorques, aged 35, a native of California, and Hannah Grover, aged 32, a native of Canada; both residents of Inglewood. ♦ ;! ♦Covered with a Tasteless and Soluble Coating. ', ! I BEECHAM'S i t K&ra PILLS 1 § ore a marvellous ]| ' W j j !, . t . „ ' . etc.; found |! also to be especially efficacious and remedial , i by FEMALE SUFFERERS. Of all druggists Price 2S cents a box.! Hew York Depot, 365 Canal Bt. < 1 HIGHLY IMPROVED PM 111 FOE SALE Containing 62 acres of land, all in high state of cultivation; cottage houae, hard-finißhed, of seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with Bmall cottage of three rootna for laborere; about four acrea in bearing Waahington Navels; 5 acres English Walnuts; 5 acres Winter Ap ples; two arteßian wells; about 3000 feet eervice pipe and hydranta. FirBt-claaß corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced end croaa-fenced. Apply at once to JOHN DOLLAND, s-io-tt 115 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. REDLANDS. REDONDO. Shipping; Notes—A Baseball Oauie-Hotel Arrivals. Redondo Beach, Dec. 19.—The steam er Coos Bay from tbe south arrived in port at 12 :S0 p. m. today. She will sail north on schedule time, 6:30 p. m., tak ing out a large freight and passenger list for San FrancißCO. Tbe baseball game at the Chautauqua grounds yesterday, between tbe Santa Fee and tbe Casinos, resulted in a score of Bto7 in favor of the Santa Fes. The batting of Tyler and Early waa fine, but Uaery and Harding went one better. The eporting fraternity anticipate rare eport next Friday, December 23, when John Lichner will set up turkeys, ducks and chickens galoie, near the Chau tauqua grounds, Redoudo. As a sequel to the day's sport, a raffle for birds will take place in the evening at John's place cf business,''the Occi dent." Mrs. Browning, wife of t! 0 Rev. W. J. Browning of tbie plac, h spending two weeka in Riversid" among her numer ous friends in that it/. The schooner Pioneer from Portland is due at this port. Her cargo consists of nine lumber and 10,000 feet of piling for the Santa Fe'a railway extension from Aeh Fork to Phienix, all consigned to the Willamette Lumber company. The four-masted schooner Salvador ie also due here, her cargo made up of piles for Redondo wharf and lumber for W. L. Co. The schooner Azalia is afloat from Portland witb a cargo of lumber for this port. A good many of our fishermen, in view of the prevailing low tides, are de voting considerable attention to gather ing abalone sheila off Point Vincent. Arrivals at the Redondo are: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Polk, Greenwood. Ind.; Mr. and Mra. M. O'Doiiuel', F. J. Phil lipß, Toronto, Canada. Skookum Root Crows jfWv. Stops Hair JsW\ Funic, g Contains llr °'*\ s ;.e.-.d '-CTiP'Wi Ka| "\v'n Sulphur. 1 . Ml Purely / . Jl °* t Vegetable / **'.«#» M \ lielicate Compound. Iflf ffJS|SKSjJI H| Fabric. Dandruff. .'4 l' I Nature's Soothes, J/| ffl«f'l,i A Own Cools '■t' llTIf P PI I Remedy And 1 ' * ■ Fot Stops (Trade Mark Registered.) All All Scalp itching HAIR m ~ The prec Scalp. I'rom LV BBOWEB 3 Dressing. Substances. Sold by Druggists, $1; six,ss. Worth $5 a bottle MANUFACTURED ONLY BY THE Skookum Root Hair Grower Go. NEW YORK. SUFFERERS FROM Lost or Failing Manhood, Nervous Debility, Self-Abuse, Night Emissions, Decay of tbe Sexuai Organs, Or Seminal Weakness, Can ba QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY CURED by Dr. Steinhart's ESSENCE OF LIFE, Which is a combination of the well known Sir Astley Cooper's Vital Re storative with other ingrelients. It was established in -'an Francisco in 187S, and is the oldest remedy of its kind on the Pacific Coast, and is guar anteed to contain no mercury. Will cure when all other remedies fail You can call or write. All communications strictly i onfldentlal, and medicine sent under a private name, if preferred. Price, $2 Per Bottle; or 6 Bot tles for $10. PlPs same price per box. Call on or write to DR. BTEINHART, Rooms 12 and 13, 331"*, 8 Spring street. Los Angeles, Cal. Special and infallible ipecißcs prepared for all private diseases. Office hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m , and from 6 to 8; Sundays from 10 to 12. Instrumental treatment of strictures and all kinds of surgical work done by competent sur geons. AUCTION SALE! Notice is hereby given to the public that on Saturday, the 24th day of Dec. 1892, AT No. 311 Aliso Street, in the city of Los Angeles, tbe hereinafter de scribed tersonal ptODerty, wbich was depos ite 1 with the undersigned on or s bout May 20, 189z, by a Chinaman named Ching Chung, will be sold at public auction to satisfy the amount due by said Ching Chung for boarding, feeding and caring for said j ersonal pr- peit., together with the necessary expenses of keep ing and selling ihe property, The amount due being $76.65. ONE LARGE BAY HORSE, about 4 years old, white star on forehead and one white hind foot. ONE TWO-WHEELED CART, and one Eet of (ingle harness. REED A YOUNO, Livery, board and feed stable proprieto s, 311 Aliso street, I.os Angeles, I al. 12 13 lOt Pruning! Pruning! Pruning! When scientifically done it Improves tree and fruit Now is the time for pruning and trimming your orchard, vineyard and younp citrus orchard Try and tee the right way of pruning I will piune a few trees free, and in a few months you will experience the benefit of it. Address C. W., Box 580, Station C, Los An geles, Cal. 12-eod-lm w4t DON'T BUY LAND IN CALIFORHIA without first carefully romparlns; the resources and invest! gating the claime of all bighly-favortd localities. You are not posted Until You Visit Kern Valley, and realize the superiority of its rich soil and complete irriga tion system. We mean business when we say that it is The Best Section in the State for a man of moderate, means; fiOOO expended during the first year will give you a betttr start on 20 acres than $Urn in hiah priced neighborhoods. 4 We Own the Land and Water in Mountain View. Union Avenue, Rosedale, and other colo nies, and will sell direct to homewker* or improver* in tracts of 20 acres or larger to suit. $6o to $ioo Per Acre, With Water, according to location, for first-class land adapted to fruit and general farming, Including a Perpetual Water Right. Terms— }t cash, balance in 8,4 and 6 years, at 7 percent per annum. We gi-e you immediate possession of the land. For reliable information call upon or address Kern County Land Company, Or S. W. FERGUSSON, Agent, Bakersfleld, Cal." ' Agent. \ 229 South Spring St., SCOTT & WHITTAKER, ( . LM A An K el " Theater Bldg Local Representatives. ) LOS AngeleS, - - Cal. 55 *f*\ MfiHHOOD RESTORES &3r3£PS£ Hit -js> &\ sfj Cs*€J ti!xiviot.e to cure nil nervous diseases, 4uch a* Weak Memory W e ,A 1 V« .*J\ Ll> '•* ut nrain !'.i»' P, Haiulaolio. Wakefulness, Lost Manhood, Nightly Brats >«i j '.iV \. j4;*_J sloits, Nervousness, Lsuliudu, all drains anal loss of power of the Generative iiti* . 1 *vT Organs In either sex caused by over exertion, youthful or excessive M<s£K3**l A .rri \ nro " r tobacco, oplnm or stimulants which soon load to Inflrmtty. Consamsv :t;<'i«aud!usanUy. Put up convenient to carry in vest poohet. Sl per iao*> *j-i-..*£icrji.ii3=.„ _i—aaal.y inali;(jfors>.i. Willi every tS order we vii« aierltteii guarantee U nut BEFOBBA»»A"TB»cstN0. or refund I lie moiwn ClrcuUrfrco. Addroas Serve Meed fo" eklcaw«, UL " * ' ' - '• v - erriTßvv * MOnilH. T.mgyl.ts. TOR SouthQrrlng Stree We Invite You. >~pO inspect our line assortment of beautiful, use ful and sensible Christmas Presents. Fancy chairs and tables Bookcases Rockers and couches Gents' shaving stands Divans and sofas Blacking cases Hall stands Fur rugs Hall mirrors and settees Angora rugs Hall chests and chairs Smyrna rugs * China closets Oriental rugs Sideboards Daghestan rugs Tables, Buffets Art squares Ladies' dressing tables Lace curtains Work stands Silk curtains Writing desks Portiers Music cabinets China silks Los Angeles Furniture Co 225-227-229 S. BROADWAY, Opposite City Hall. Los Angelea, CeU. The stair of tho Llebig World Dispensary are *4isi§iflßWxPsUB/ " 10 °" iy surgeons in Los Angeles performing the latent operatlc-un required for a radical cure Vrrlcooeio, Piles, Fis- SaV'/?*' 1 81 tnla nnd Recta! diseases, Bye, Rsr, Nese, \\\\W'^AL%V\LK LbCa Thr °at and Lungs, llseases of the Digestive Or mWs&i'*/*m\* I .■TYvMI 9f * ac! ' * ua diseases ..I worn- n aad children. I I CLONIC DISRASE ANI) DEFORMITIES. / /!, Appliances for Rnoture, Curvature of the 'j Spine, Club Foot, and ail deformities, manu- facturod by our own Instrument maker. HPIT Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness, Loss of Power, (Meet, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Ail V* Wl Bperm&torrhoaa and all unnatural discharges of either cox treated with unfall 111 I IV in * «"<!«<••*«• Confidential book and bottle of Serman Invlgnrator given free to llll_.ll prove its merit; sure cure for special private and nervous trouble*. All our pby'icians constantly in I Address Tin I ICDIC V, Pft 128 8. MAIN 8 T attendance from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.! (In confidence) UR. LlllDlU (I UU., LOS ANGELKS. OLDEST AUCTIONEER In Southern Call- caMMI WEEKLY SALES at Phelp's A Low's fornia at the old stand, Sale Corral 162 NORTH LOS ANGELES ST., WEDNESDAYS AND SITURDAYS. Next door to Haw!ey, King A Co.'s. Office at J. H. Reynolds' Carriage Repository. Tel. 804. | Charges on the live and let live principle. E. W. INTO YES, Aiactiorieer M ' /l 1 I am now ready with an Immense dis- I ' ah .wtrt _ I ' _ _ „ plsy of PRESENTS YOTJ WANT, at the I Ifilil TVsflfl I AA f d I' ri ™ B > ou llk e. «"Hable for 1 adles, Gen- I I II IV Ml MV I -ay 111 II V tlemen snd Children. DIAMONDS, FINK I II l,\ 111/1 \ 111 11 11 ,\ JEWKLhY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVER- I/UlllJllllUrJ UUUUO, W Rvery article C. H. BUSH. 318 N. MAIN ST. Wonderful Cures DR. WONG ! 713 South Main Street, Los Angeles, California. Baa . * mmmmA ssS#3ssa \\\\l^kW*^m\\\\\\n "Skillful cure Increases longevity .to the "Ingeniously locating diseases through the wor lo H pulse and excellent remedies are jreat bless ings to the world." For seven months l was treated by five different doctors, none ot whom stated what my dis ease was During ti at time I suffered terribly, and continued to lail until I became a skeleton. Por the last three months I had to be dressed, fed, and have my water drawn. Finally my feet, limbs hands Hid fare became swollen. 1 could not rise fr ro a chair, and could scarcely walk, and was obligi d toh-ve my water drawn fri m fiftetn to twentr times a day. My filends con sidered I would not last many days. I then—three months ago—commenced treating with Dr. Wong the flrßt dose ol medldne completely relieved me, snd since 1 have not been obliged to resort to artificial meat s for relh vlng my blsdder. In five days I was able to dreßS and feed my self-In t-n days the swelling had left me aud 1 could walk as well as for years before. I now weiih as ranch as I ever did, and feel better than I have felt for fifteen years lam 76 years old, and feel tip ton. Dr. Wong says I was afflicted with one of the fourteen kinds of kidney disease*. Rlverai Cal., August 29,1890. W. W. CHJtNKY. Hundreds of other testimonials are on file in tho doctor's office which he has received from his numerous American patients, whom he has cured Irom all manner of disease*. 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