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HRECIACH'S CONTEMPT CASE.
Some New Points Raised Yes terday by His Counsel. The Case Presented to Two Judg, s Ytsterday. The Matter Taken Under Advisement. Notes of Cases in Court Yes terday—New Suits Filed. What seemed to be a very simple case has turned out to be quite otherwise in the superior court, and has resulted in three of the judges sitting upon tbe dif ferent questions arising. The case has been mentioned in these columns for several days past, it being the disagreement between two restau rant men, who were partners in a small place on Court street, between Spring and Main streets, Nicholas Sopozich and Michael Hreciach. The men are Slavonians, and one of them dominated the other to such an extent that he went into court to prove that he was not a fool, as Hreciach had called him. The suit was brought by Sopozich for a dissolution and an accounting, and the complaint was filed two or three weeks ago. The restaurant was running all the time, and pending the suit a receiv er was applied for, aud M. Musicb was appointed. lie went into office, so to speak, the latter part of last week, his orders from the court, in this instance Judge Shaw, being to exclude both partners from the house in any business capacity. This order was modified by Judge Shaw so as to permit of the receiver em ploying both partners, but if either ob jected to exclude them both. Hreciach, the gentleman with the un pronounceable name, and the defendant in the suit, adopted a belligerent atti tude in the matter. When the plaintiff, Mr. Sopozich, came around, he told the receiver be would not allow him to set foot in the establishment. The attor neys, thinking the Slavonian had not understood tne directions of the court, conferred with him and explained mat ters. Instead of acquiescing, however, when the plaintiff tried it again, he said be would "see the coutt in h—l before Sopozich conld come there. Judge Shaw yanked him up and sen tenced him to pay a fine of $100 and five days in the county jail. That was Thursday, and yesterday afternoon he was brought by his attorneys before Judges Clark and Van Dyke on a writ of habeas corpus, to secure his release, if possible. The hearing took place in Judge Clark's court room and Judge Shaw sat points raised by Mr. Kinley and Horace Appel, counsel for Hreciach, were quite interesting. The remark alleged to have been made by Hreciach was out of the presence of the court. The attorneys claimed that while tbeir client could have been summarily dealt with by the court, if the offense had been commit ted in his presence, yet as it was not the case in this instance, tbe rule did not apply. And yet, they contended, Judge Shaw, when the affidavit was filed by tbe receiver describing his contuma ciousness, bad him stand up, Hreciach being in court the case going on in which he was interested, and placed him immediately in custody of tbe sheriff to appear an hour or so later. The attorneys claimed that the stat utes were explicit that there must be a citation for a contempt committed out side the presence of the court, and that the order must set forth the specific grounds of the offense charged. This was not done by Judge Shaw. There after, in hie order finding the defendant guilty, he simply stated that he so Found him guilty of disobeying the orders of the court, without -specifying what orders, when or how he had in fringed upon the order. This counsel contended was not proper. After the presentation of the case by the attorneys tbe judges went into con sultation and finally announced later in the afternoon that the matter had been taken under advisement by them. In the meantime the case of the two Jartners is also under advisement by udge Shaw. Court Notes. Claud L. Hill was in Judge Smith's court yesterday morning, and tbe de murrer to the information charging him with embezzlemeut was overruled. Jan uary 16th was set as the time for him to plead. In the case of Henry Kegel, charged with the murder of his wife, Judge Smith granted permission for the depo sition of ex-Constable H. S. Clement to be taken. » Pompey Smith, charged with cutting John Manning, pleaded not guilty to the charge yesterday before Judge Smith, and his trial was set for February 17th. Capt. S. C. Smith, indicted for the murder of the boy Neale below San Diego, December 3d last, was brought before Judge Ross yesterday in the United States circuit court, that being tbe procedure in the event of a capital offense. He pleaded not guilty to tbe charge and his trial was set for January 28th. In the United States district court yesterday C. P. Brant, charged with smuggling, was arraigned and next Wednesday was set as time for him to plead. J. W. Bain was arraigned in tbe United States district court yesterday upon a charge of violating the postal laws, pleaded not guilty and his trial was set for February Ist. A. Bandum, charged with the embez zlement of a pair of pantaloons, was tried and acquitted yesterday by Justice Bartholomew. Frank Dawson, charged with va grancy, was acquitted by Justice Bar tholomew of the charge yesterday, but during the trial Sergeant Jeffries of the police force recognized him as an escape from the chain gang, and after his aquit tal be was taken back to the city jail. A. Moulon, charged with threats be fore Justice Bartholomew, pleaded not guilty yesterday, and hia trial was set lor Monday, at 1 o'clock. New Suits Filed. Among the documents filed yesterday in the office of the county clerk were the following: Petition in insolvency by Mrs. Emma Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. Act on a new principle—regulating the liver, Itomach and bowela through the nervei. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, con stipation. Unequaled for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 26 cents. Bsmp.es free, C. H. Hauoe, 177 Worth Spring. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 18M. Solomon, who has been keeping a res taurant in Los Angeles. Tbe liabilities are stated at $6913 62; assets, $800. Lewis Simmons vs. George H. Reed; suit for $600 for services alleged to have been performed. David Kilpatrick vs. Jonn D. Bicknell and Mrs. S. Bradbury, executrix; suit for $21,340 70; balance alleged to be due npon stone work for the Bradbury block, corner of Broadway andTbird street. Adolph Scharff ye. S. D. Hayward; suit to quiet the title to lots 4,5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, of tbe Swiss Cottage tract, city. I'ettion of J. M. Elliott, for his ap pointment as guardian of J. M. Stowell McDonald. THEY CAN WED. People Who Yesterday Secured Their Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses were issued yester day to the following persons: James A. Swanner, aged 30, a native of Missouri, and Maggie A. Bower, aged 19, a native of Iowa; both residents of Pomona. Fred W. Patterson, aged 22, a native of California, and Ona Harris, aged 18, a native of Kansas; both residents of Los Angeles. Thomas Wiliiams, aged 44, a native of Ireland and resident of Los Angeles, and Annie Luccock, aged 30, a native of Missouri and resident of San Diego. HIVE IT MEET HERE. TOE VALUE OF THIS TRANS-MISSIS SIPPI CONGRRSS. What the Meeting Has Accomplished In the Past—The Importance or Hav ing the Next Seaslon In Log Angeles. Dr. and Mrs. M. N. Graves from Og den are in the city, stopping at the Hol lenbeck. The doctor is city physician of the city of Ogden, and an all round western man with broad views. "Yes." said the doctor in answer to a question of the reporter, "we expect a large attendance at the next session of the trans-Mississippi congress to be held in our city in May. You see it is getting to be tbe mouthpiece of the west in making our wants known to the law makers at Washington, and has a t,reat influence in shaping and, in fact, making prosperity for the great west. "Galveston got her deep water harbor that way.her $6,000,000 appropriation, and thousands of farmers in Kansas and tbe southwest got a cheap outlet for their products to Europe and elsewhere on the ocean, instead of paying tribute to railroads, all the way to New York. While that harbor might have been made some day, it was in this we/ that it was given to the present generation, and that is what the western man. if he knows himself, is working for. Up in Ogden we take a hand iv all that is go ing on—like Chicago, nothing is too good for üb. So when it was decided to bring the next session of this congress west of tbe Rockies, some of our best aud brainiest men were there and cap tured it." "You should have them select Los Angeles for the next session." "Is it not too far from the center of the west?" asked the reporter. "That cuts no figure," was the reply. "New Orleans had it once, and made the most prominent question the im provement of the Mississippi. New Orleans ie as far away from the center of the west as Los Angeles is. "There are many reasons why this city should meet with favor with the delegates in selecting the place for the next Eession. There would be no trouble in having the time fixed for January or February, if the congress waß favorable to this city. On account of your climate aud splendid city, dele gations, it seems to me, would prefer to come here. I know I would, and if this city is selected there will be a larger delegation from Ogden to attend the next congress here than would attend at any other city I know of. "Our national congress meets in a city not as nice as Los Angeles and as far from the center of the United States. I should think that there was a consid erable number of representative people there now from all the 22 trans-Mis sissippi states and territories. So you see it would be natural for them to want to come here to attend a cession of the congress. "From my experience on public com mittees in my city, I want to say that more is accomplished by enterprise than many people think. See your own ad vantages, and other people will ccc them; present them and promote them —that's the way to do business. "San Pedro harbor—s3,ooo,ooo ap propriation—new trade and new com merce will be the bull's-eye you will be shooting at, aud a big advertisement for your city will be au incidental ad vantage." MAKING BOOMERANGS. King- Bill and Hla Queen Hard at Work Yesterday, "King Bill" and hia wife, otherwise called a "gin" in native dialect, were engaged in making boomerangs when a Herald reporter visited these strange people yesterday with Mr. A. R. Cun ningham, the propiietor of the show. The troupe is quartered on San Pedro street, and are objects of great curiosity to the people of that neighborhood. One of the aborigines was found lying upon a bed taking an afternoon "nap." He had not removed even his shoes or hut. They were all dressed in cheap second-hand "hand me dowu suits," which did not fit them like paper on the wall nor in any other manner. They did not seem at home in clothing, and apparently longed for the costume of their native jungles—next to nothing. They relish American food, and say that it is a great improvement upon that of their own wild country, espec ially over the snakes and lizards which are eaten of necessity when they can get neither fish or game and there are no miesionariee to roast. Mr. Cunningham spent considerable time in Queensland before he could se cure these curious specimens of hu manity, which are of general interest, scientifically and from an amusement standpoint. The troupe will exhibit at Athletic park grounds this afternoon; also to morrow afternoon. A New Cause. Thousands Flock: to Ira Standard.-When a new cause la presented to the public it always excites attention. A prominent physician has said that la grippe, dv ing the last three years has done more to weaken the heart* of the world than any other cause that has ever ex isted. Those who have had this maiadv and subsequently found themselves subject to pal pitation, short breath, Irregular pulse, wind in stoirach, pain Inside or shoulder, smothering spells, fainting, dropsy, etc.. may feel assured they have heat t disease, which unless checked at once, may result fatally. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is the only remedy that can be re lied upeu to effect a cure. Sold by C. H. Stance, 177 N. Spring, on a guarantee. Ask lor the doc tor'! new book, free, WORK FOR SAN PEDRO HARBOR. Concerted Action Planned by the Chamber of Commerce. San Bernardino Connty Is Asked to Co-Operate in the Work. Senator Felton Is Werhlug for Ihe Ap propriation - Ihe Los Angeles County Exhibit at San Fran cisco — Donations. The board of directors of the chamber of commerce met yesterdry afterucou at 3 o'clock. There were present Directors Lanker shim, Klokke, McGarvin, Forman and Edwards. Director Lankersbim occupied the cbair until the middle of tbe meeting, at which time he was obliged to leave, and thereafter tbe chair was occupied by Director Klokke. After the transaction of routine busi ness the committee on ways and means reported that they had made the regular monthly examination into the secre tary's books and the condition of the finances, and found everything all right. B. V. Duque and Pridham & Webber were elected to membership in tbe chamber. A communication from Senator Fel ton was read, stating that he *as at work on the San Pedro harbor matter and would do all in his power to forward its interests. Considerable discussion took place on tbe question of sending a delegate to Washington to assist in the work. It was finally decided that if the necessary funds could be raised by subscription to pay tbe expenses of such a delegate he would be Bent, and it was moved and carried that Mr. Charles Forman be re quested to go. Mi, Forman, who was present, stated that he could not an swer definitely at present whether it would be possible for him to go. but that he would take the matter under consideration and return an answer later. It wac moved and carried that a com mittee of seven be appointed to raise tbe necessary funds by subscription to carry on this work. The following resolutions were passed by unanimous vote: Whereas, The United States govern ment has undertaken the construction of a deep-water harbor at Galveston—a work which was frequently urged in memorials to congress by the chamber of commerce of this city, and Whereas, The natural Pacific coast outlet for tbe commerce of that harbor as determined by distance and the law of easiest grades, is in tbe vioinity of Los Angeles, California, therefore be it Resolved, That tbe Los Angeles cham ber of commerce calls upon tbe chamber of commerce and city council of that city to assist in the effort now under way to secure an appropriation with which to inaugurate the construction of a deep water harbor at San Pedro, which is the spot designated by tbe engineeis of the war department as the most suit able in this section of the coast for such an undertaking. It was moved and carried that the secretary be instructed to write to the boad of supervisors of San Bernardino county and to tbe city councils and commercial organizations in that county and request, in the name of the board, that action be taken favorable to the harbor of San Pedro. It was moved and Carried that the matter of sending a del egate to San Bernardino county to assist in this matter be left to Directors Klokke and Jevne, with power to act. The following resolutions were offered by Director Jevne and passed by unani mous vote: Whereas, The board of supervisors of this county has discontinued tbe appro priation of $25 a month for the state board of trade at San Francisco, for the reason that the connty was not repre sented by an adequate display, and Whereas, The chamber has now bad constructed and filled, at a cost of about $175, an elegant case and has shipped the same to San Francisco to be placed in a conspicuous position in the rooms of the state board at San Francisco, therefore be it Resolved, That the board of directors of the chamber of commerce respectfully requests that the supervisors continue the appropriation of $25|per month, be ginning with the month of October, 1892, to which time the dues have been paid, and that they allow the chamber the additional sum of $75 in part pay ment for the construction and finishing of the case. Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed to present these resolutions to tbe board of supervisors. The following were appointed as such conrmittee: Directors Freeman, Stim son, Jevne, Forman and Breed. The board then adjourned. EXHIBIT NOTKS, Donations to the chamber of com merce yesterday were navel oranges raised without irrigation by L. S. Porter of Pasadena and one case of assorted citrus fruit from John Scott of Duarte. Both of these exhibits will be sent north to put on the chamber of com merce exhibit case in the state board of trade in San Francisco. The French school of this city sends in samples of potato starch and speci mens of cotton raised in the school yard. East Whittier rancho sends in branches of olives of the mission va riety. A. Eddy of Compton sends in speci mens of alfalfa representing six cuttings this year. This will be sent to the world's fair. The board of supervisors make a dis play of navel oranges from the county poor farm, taken from trees only three years old, which will do credit to any citrus locality. W. B. Baker of Paßadena Bends an exhibit of desiccated vegetables. Five cases of fruit and vegetables will be sent north today for the chamber of commerce exhibit iv the state board of trade rooms in San Francisco. The First Law of Nature. This self-preservation is acknowledged to be, and people who adopt against the encroaches of disease a genuine medicinal safe-guard, ac credited by experience and the sanction of physicians, afford a happy illustration oi the wisdom of the saying, in the health they restore and continue to enjoy. Among mala dies, against the growth of which Hostett i's Stomach Bitters affords efficient protection, dis eases of the kldueys and bladder are fraught with the utmost peril and exhibit great obsti nacy when opposed by ordinary means. The Bltterscan and will subdue them. No testimony is stronger than this. Used at the outset and persistently, the best results may be expected. This medicine also eradicates liver complaint, constipation, dyspepsia, malaria, rheumatism and nervousness. THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. The BI; Showcase Shipped. North by Yesterday's Train. The big plate-glass show case was shipped north by the chamber of com merce yesterday, to tbe exhibition at the Mechanics' pavilion in San Fran cisco. It is made of mahogany, with plate-gla9R drawers, in such a way that the drawers can all be removed sepa rately from their place in the frame and filled with products independent of one another. Thepe drawers ere in two tiers, 12 in tne lower tier and 16 in the upper. It was made here under the design of Frank Wiggins, superinten dent of tbe chamber, and cost abont $190, which is very little money for co pretty a bit of work. After the fair at San Francisco is over tbe showcase will be removed to the rooms of the state board of trade, in the Crocker-Wool worth bank building, and kept there permanently. It is a good bit of adver tising for this county. THE SEAMY SIDE. EVENTS AMONG THE POLICE AND JUSTICES' COURT. A Man Charged with Taking an Olive Tree—A Matter of Putting Up Poles on Private Property. Little Matters. Myron Cheeseborough filed a com plaint in Justice Seamans' court yester day charging Charles Jenkins with taking an olive tree, valued at $50. Jenkins was released on hia own recog nizance, and the case will be tried be fore a jury on the 19th instant. The . case of John Lovenzie, charged with having committed an outrage upon a little girl, was continued in Justice Seamans' court yesterday until today. The bail was reduced to $1000, which the defendant gave. R. Sauaedo was arrested yesterday on the complaint of 8. B. Sreßovich, who charges the defendant with the unlaw ful appropriation of a horse. Justice Seamana admitted Sausedo to $500 bonds. J. W. Burges, W. H. Bonnell, Jake Redrigo and J. M. Rollins were arrested yesterday on a charge of misdemeanor, on the complaint of William Niles. The defendants were engaged in putting up poles in the vicinity of East Washington street and Maple avenue, and the com plainant alleges that the aforesaid poles were about to be planted upon bis prem ises, ' much to the damage thereof." William McCormick, who escaped from tbe chain.gang a few days since, was captured yesterday by Sergeant Jeffries. Henry Williams, colored, was arrested on Los Angeles street "yesterday by Offi cer Valencia, and locked up in tbe police station on the charge of suspici in of petit larceny. A hat was found under the capacious folds of his coat. Jose Cardora and Eph Fong were arrested by Officer Fletcher yesterday and charged with disturbing the peace. Cardora and the Chinaman were en gaged in a Toustabout fight, in which Cardora bit a chunk of flesh from the Chinaman's hand. CHINESE REGISTRATION. The Celeattal* Beginning to Pay Some Attention to the Law. Things have been very quiet around the internal revenue office lately. Every one wears a patient look, and is fully resigned to the inevitable falling of the Democratic ax. "You will be surprised," remarked Judge McKeeby, "at the way John Chinaman is acting toward the registra tion act. When we had a large number of deputy collectors scouring the country for John, and trying to get him to regis ter, he only remarked : 'All lite; by em by I come,' and would pay no attention to tbe collectors. But now that they have been taken off, John begins to get uneasy. Already large numbers of Chinamen have called at the office to ascertain something in regard to the new law. It seems probable that just before tbe time for registering expires in May all of them will make a rush for the office to get themselves in Uncle Sam's list of cbinaware." FOOTBALL. All the Announced Games Temporarily Abandoned. There will be no game of football this afternoon between the Olive and the University elevens, owing to the latter club having another game for today. The double game of football and la crosse at Athletic park for February 22d has been abandoned. The lacrosse men refused to make such an agreement, thinking, doubtless, that their game would prove a sufficient caid to draw a large crowd. Cares Consumption, Coughs, Croup, Soro Throat. Sola by all Druggists on a Guarantee, l or a Lame Side, Back or Chest Shiloh's Porous Flatter will give great satisfaction. —25 cents. SHILOH'S VITALIZE*?. Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga,Tenn.,says: "ShttolfaVitalizer 1 SAVED MY LIVE} 1 consider it thebcßtrcmedyforadchilitctednvKtem 1 ever used." 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LAURA JACOB- 1 , 1132 Third street, says: "I went to the doctors two weeks ago and am still under their cure for chronlo stomach trouble lean truth tub y says that the Improvement in my case has been simply wonderful." Others who Indorse our methods: MRS. MARQIE ALAXANDER, 229 West First street. V. P. BROWN, c anta Fe Sprints. HERMAN BUET'ICHKR, Los Angeles. A. BAUSKkBOROhR, 229% Tweniyfomth MISS 8. H. BARRETT, South Spring street. MRS. A. M. BROWS, 334 Anderson street. MRS. CHaS. B aKTLETT, Hotel Brunswick. MRS. ELIZABETH DANIEI, Banta Monica. MRS. HENRY DKMINU, 107 North Los An fTf\j i g street H. DU dB. 1403 Buena Vista street. MR9. T. M GILBERT, 117 Hellman street, East Los Angeles. B. F, HtfHtf, Pico Heights. JOHN HAAG, 557 San Pedro street. W. E JONES, 178 deary street. JOHN A. JEFFKR3ON, 316 Cloy street. 8. B. KENEDY, corner New England and Freeman streets. P. N. LUNDSTROM. 112 First street. M. OLSEN, tierra Madra, Cal. ANTONIO MORENO, 730 Date street. MISS *S. PALMER PALMER, 328U South Spring street. IHUS. REILEY.447 Flower street. D. M. SMITH, san Fernando, Cal. MRS. ELLA tTEELE, 408 La Fayette street. MRS. LIVIE BMITJI, 139 I Newton street. T. STHAIN, 310 West i lm meet. CHAB. HCdILUNS, 20J Wilmington street. MRS. W. 8. SMITH,S22 Miteo street. MBS. W. A. SMITH, 528 Mateo street. H. M. TAYLOR, Natltk Hottl. W. H. THORP. 513)4 south spring street. N. B. VALIN, 713 Alpine street. WHERE OTHERS FAILED. With tbe best system of treatment known to the world, tbe German and English Staff Physicians find little difficulty in curing the worst cases of ca'arrh and other chronle dis eases. Their practice is made up of patients who failed to obtain relief from other physic ians, who are delighte < to receive a mild and painless treatment after being cruelly experi mented upon by men who do not know their business. If you are skeptical, call on any of the above parties and find what their experience has been. TREATMENT BY MAIL. We have so perfected our system of mail treatment that wo succeed quite as well In this way as we do in our office practice. All who reside at a dlßtauco and cannot conveniently ca l at the office, should write their symptoms fully and frankly. Questions about all chronic ttoubles cheerfully auswered. $S.oo PER MONTH. All patients placing themselves unfier treat ment before February Ist will be tieated until tne 1 at the late of $5 a coi tti. OUR SPECIALTIES: Catarrh, bronchitis, consumption, female, rectal and genito utinary diseases, nervous tebiiity and sexti il diseases, impotency, etc. We cure pies in 30 daj s; no pain or deten tion from business TUMORS AND CANCERS Cured without pain, burning or cutting: ab sorption treatment, cures guaranteed in all curable cases. If your case is incurable we wil frankly tell you so, also caution against spending more money f r useless treatment. European Staff of GERMAN & ENGLISH PHY3ICIANB, 30ayj South Spring Street. Los Angeles, Cal. 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PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE board of director* of Moleato Irrigation district, duly given and made on the 15th day of December, 1892, n lice is hereby given that said board of directors will sell to th»' highest and best bidder the bonds of said irrigation district to the amountof one hundred and f. rty Ihoussnd dollars ($140,000), beariLg Interest at the rate of 0 per cent pet annum, payable semiannually, on the Ist day oi January and July of each year, ou th» prt snntailen of the interest coupons at the office oi the treasurer of said district. Said bonds are issued by the board of direct ors of Modesto Irrigation district, in accordance with and by the authority of an act c f the leg islature of tbe state of California, entitled ''An act to provide for the organisation and govern ment of irrigation districts, and to provide for tbe acquisition of water snd other property, and for the distribution c-f water thereby for irrlga ion purposes." approved March 7,1887. Said bonds will be sola fo cash, and for not less than 90 per centum of the face value thereof Sealed proposals and bids for the purchase of said bonds will be lecelved bj the said board of directors at their office in the city of Modes to, county of Stanislaus, state of California, and may be addressed to or left with C. 8. Ab bott, the secretary of said hoard, at Modesto, Cal , at any time after the date of this notice and until 2:30 o'clock p. m. on tbe 21st day of January, A. D 1893, at which time hnd place the said sale will be made. Ssid bonds will be each of the denomination of .f6OO, and will be negot 1 < ble in form and will conform in all respects to the requiiemenls of said act. Tne board of directors reserve the right to re ject any or all bids. Bids must be scaled and addresstd to the sec retary of said board, and Indorsed: "Proposals for Modesto Irr'gatlcn oistriet Bonds." Done by ord» r of the board i f rtlrectors of Mo desto Irrigatio idistrict, December IS, 1892 I BANK A. CREsSY, President n. S. Abbott, Secretary 12 24 25t OR. WON Q HIM. Chinese Physician and Surgeon, has resided at Los Angeles eighth n (18) years. His reputa tion as a thorough physician has been fully es tablished and appreciated by many. His lure Eractice Is sufficient proof of bis ability and onesty. The doctor gr.duated in tbe foremost i oi leges, also practiced in the largest hospitals of Canton, China. The doctor speaks Spanish fluently. Office: 639 Upper Main street. Hundreds of testimonials are on file at the doctor's office which he has received from his numerous patients of differeit nationalities, which he has cured of all manner of diseases to which the human body is heir—from tbe small e t pimple to the most complicated of cases. 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