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DRAMA AND MUSIC.
Gossip About Flays and the Players. NOTES GATHERED IN THE WINGS. Joseph Grismer and Pbrebe Davies at the Grand—Other Local Amusements. The Carleton Opera Company will be here before long. It has been playing to large houses at San Francisco. The Boston Quintette Club will appear at the Los Angeles Theater towards the last part of the month for the benefit of the Y. M. C. A. It is said that Rubinstein wishes to resign the direction of the St. Petersburg Conservatory, and that either Tschaikow sky or Solovieff will probably succeed him. A concert will be given on February Ist for the benefit of the Orphans' Home. A new building has recently been erected and funds are badly needed. It is ex pected that the tickets will be sold in large numbers. Mr. Charles Coghlan adapts 'Mac beth;" Mr. Kyrle Bellew adapts "An tony and Cleopatra." Mrs. Langtry en acts "Lady Macbeth ;" Mrs. Potter en acts "Cleopatra." Poor Shakespeare! What was Donnelly to this? Lotta has definitely decided to retire from the stage for at least two years after the finish of the present season. She has recovered the $100,000 she deposited in St. Paul as part payment on her pur chase of the Grand Opera House of that city. Miss Clara Morris is recovering the strength she lost two years ago and is enjoying the best of health, now appear ing regularly at every performance and finishing it without the tedious stage waits which at one time nearly destroyed her popularity. It is said that whon a Now York man ager urged Mrs Langtry to give up the idea of appearing as "Lady Macbeth," and argued that she would not be attrac tive in that style of dress, she replied: "Perhaps, dear boy, the part bas never been correctly dressed." The itch for writing continues to trouble the theatrical profession. Miss Ander son has an ingenuous article in the "North American Review;" Mr. Edwin Booth is preparing an account of his career for the "Century;" Mine. Hading is writing enthusiastically about herself in the "Cosmopolitan," and Mrs. Cyn thia Leonard—Lillian Russell's mother —has published a book entitled "Pen Pictures." The Philharmonic Society, which has now a wide-spread reputation, an nounces that for its next concert a pro gramme bas been drawn which will de light every one. It has decided to admit lady instrumentalists into its orchestra division, and those who desire to join should make application immediately to Prof. A. Witthartitz, as the next concert will take place toward the end of February. Judith Gautier, the well-known French novelist, a daughter of the celebrated Thcophile Gautier and a personal friend of Richard Wagner, has written the lib retto for a one act comic opera, tbe hero of which is no leas a personage than —Beethoven. Tbe music to this libretto haa been written by the Parisian com poser, M. Benedictus, and the work will be produced under the title of The Moon light Sonata. " The dramatic event of the season will be the appearance of Madame Modjeska, assisted by a competent company, under the direction of Mr. Al. Hayman in a grand revival of that most beautiful and poetic work of Shakespeare's Cymbeline. It is a rare good fortune to have such an exponent of "Imogen," as Modjeska. Her interpretation of the character has met with the greatest success everywhere and critics have pronounced her the realization of Shakespeare's ideal hero ine. She is now at the Baldwin Theater, San Francisco, and will appear here later. A New York physician says that if the automatic opera-glass boxes are to be come an established thing the most rig orous precautions should be taken by the managers of theatres using them to prevent them from spreading eye dis orders among their patrons. The glasses should be framed in some material which will not be injured by a bath, and after each performance in the theatre every glass should be thoroughly washed in warm water containing some antiseptic fluid. The automatic glasses will shortly be in use in a Chicago theatre. You drop a quarter in the slot and get your lorgnette. Grlsmer-Davles. To-night the favorites, Joseph Grismer and rLucbe Davies, will commence a week's engagement at the Grand Opera House. They will present Clay Greene's drama Forgiven, and on Wednesday and the rest of the week The World Against Her. Both plays as presented by these artists are said to be very interesting. The plots are attractive and the interest of the audiences never flags until the end is reached. The Illinc Itluacum. The usual new installment of novelties and performers were seen at the Dime Museum yesterday, and the customary throngs of visitors were in attendance. In the museum a very ingenious optical il lusion is shy .vi), called Rhoda, the Hero dian mystery, consisting of a girl's head floating above that of the spectators with no apparent support. A couple of per forming sea lions bandied by Captain Jessup, an old Arctic cruiser, aro also much admired. The double-jointed girl, Etta Clark, still continues to delight the lady visitors with her cute ways, and sev eral other attractions make the museum department interesting. IU.Ua Charlotte 'Intel Eacapei a Bullet. "It gave me such a shock!" said Miss Charlotte Tittel, the actress, as she fin ished telling au Examiner reporter about her narrow escape from being shot. She was going downtown with her mother in a Castro-street car Monday evening about 8 o'clock, when between Beventh and Eighth streets some kind of a missile came whizziDg through the window an inch or two above her head. "My first thought was that somebody had shot at us and would probably shoot again, and my heart almost stopped beat ing. The conductor told us that it was probably some boys throwing stones: but whatever the missile was, it made a clean, round hole in the glass just about the size of a bnllet. We heard it drop in the car, but, of course,we couldn't see to find it, and then we didn't like to attract attention by getting up to look fir it." "We think it was a bullet," said Miss THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JANuaK" '21, 1889! Tittel'e mother. "We were sitting on tbe north side of the car, and it came from that direction. If it had struck two inches lower the result would probably have been very serious." "Do you think that the shot was in tended for either of you?" ' "I hardly know. Ido not like to think that any one's enmity to us could have been carried to such an extreme; but I know that I have a great man; enemies, made such by the troubles over my prop erty, and it is possible that some one of these may have wanted revenge. The more I think of it tbe more I am in clined to believe that there was some thing behind it more than mere acci dent." —[8. F. Examiner. A FAREWELL SERMON Delivered by Rabbi Hhrelber to Hl* Con err gut I on. Rev. Dr. Shreiber delivered his fare well sermon last Friday night before a very large audience, at the Synagogue. Tbe Doctor spoke on the "Duties of the Modern Rabbi," taking for his text tbe words of Balaam, who had blessed Israel, although he was hired by the King of Moab to curse them. Following is a synopsis of tbe interesting sermon: I In an age lika ours, which is swayed by the most ardent desire after knowl edge, when a world of thought and sen timent, in which our fathers lived, is taking leave of the children, the duties of the Rabbi are different from what they have been. Like tbe seer of Moab, he has to look at Judaism from the "top of tbe mountains," from a high and broad standpoint, and not from a narrow view. While he may encourage congre gational divisions according to religious differences, he should not lose sight of Israel's mission as tbe banner-bearer of ethical monotheism and cos mopolitan humanity. This mission was not concluded eighteen centuries ago, nor is it closed in our days. We cannot afford to lose our identity, to recklessly surrender our historical con tinuity and be absorbed by the followers of the daughter religion of Judaism. We most emphatically claim our mission as representatives of a religion, whose two daughters, Christianity and Islam, are indebted to her for everything. But, alas, the many absolete forms and cere monies of Judaism are used as arguments against our claim to be a missionary peo ple. These reproaches must be silenced by the modern Rabbis by their efforts to break down the ryclopean walls of Talmudism, and to destroy the citadel of the Thalchan- Arucb, behind which the Judaism of the middle ages sought shelter, and which even to-day threatens the kernel of our religion to be lost amidst the rub bish of a thousand now senseless usages, wbich might have answered a purpose in the Orient or in tbe Ghetto only. Then, and then only, we too can exclaim with Balaam: "There is no superstition in Jacob and no witchcraft in Israel." But this duty is a difficult one, and therefore the lot of the reform Rabbi is not envia ble. Tbe Rabbi, who values principles higher than persons, performance of duty higher than perfidious policy, who would rather take up, with all he treas ures near his heart, the pilgrim staff than immolate at the altar of fleeting popular ity, principles and character, in short, the minister who pours his very heart blood in his sacred calling bas a rocky road to travel. Reform Judaism ie like our good '•warrior," it haa a principle in which it lives. It cannot yet rest on its laurela. Its great men, while at all times willing to co-operate in all directions, where principles were not at stake, preferred rather to stand alone, than sacrifice their very (spiritual life to the moloch of cheap popularity , bought at the cost of man hood and character. A charge brought against Reform Judaism, is its aggres siveness. This charge is true; but so is the pioneer's work at first, liis sturdy axe cuts down the mighty oak of a thousand years; his reckless daring blasts the rock—Nature's original fast- nesa. And yet his destructive work ia necessary. All great and beneficent movements of human progress are aggressive in their first stage. So did the mission of Mo3es begin by aggres sion, and his whole career, hia constant attack upon the Heathenish propensities of bis contemporaries was but typical of the aggressive spirit that animated the leaders of the Jewish Reform movement from the times of Abraham Geiger, my sainted teacher, to this very day. While I would not dare to compare with Moses, in some respects my work among you was not quite unlike his. I have found on my arrival here an orthodox congregation. Every one of you know that I have done my best to scatter the seeds of enlightenment and progress among you, not without a hard struggle. How far I have succeeded is a question for tbe future impartial Jewish historian to decide. While my mission was neces sarily destructive on the one hand, it was also constructive. Through my per sonal efforts the membership of the con gregation has more than doubled, the Sahbath school is in good working order, I have been instrumental in starting the Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society and the Young Men's Hebrew Association. Hav ing fought tbe battles and removed tbe stumbling blocks, my successor will have easier work. In Thunder, Lightning, Hail or Rain. Stoves and furniture promptly deliv ered by Cass & Renshaw, 14 West Third street. Mackey, the Millionare. Call at No. 211 South Spring street, near Third, nud see the immense stock oi California curiosities. Flue watch and jewelry repairing a specialty. Mackey & Co. Elegant lunch 11 to 1, The Resort, 121 S.Main. Crown Flour. Crown Flour. Aak your grocer lor it. Always reliable. Just What You Want. Oas stoves, for heating and cooking, atS. M. Ferry's 30 South Main street. St. Louis Lead, Eastern Oil And painters' supplies, at P. H. Mathews'. Don't Pay $1.60 for Other Brands When you can get the Crown for less. Deafness—Noises In the Ears Cured by Dr. Slocum, 320 South Main street. The Best and Lightest Bread Is'mude Jrom Crown Flour. No Dyspepsia When you use Crown Flour. Everybody Uses Crown Flour. Samples tree at grocers. Theo. Rapp, Wood Engraver, No. 10 Court street, room 0. Satlsfactloi guaranteed. Reasonable prices. California Butter. Best giit-edgo roll at Seymour it Johnson Co.'s. Elegant lunch 11 to 1, The Bosort, 121 S.Main. Drifted Snow. A superior California roller flour. Seymour & Johuton Company. Vlgnos <b McQrefor. 134 North Main street* Children Cry for Pitcher's_Castoria. Dollars Saved! Dollars Earned! You can save money by buying your clothing at the Plunder Store, 19 North Main street. They have made immense reductions in all their winter clothing. Suits that were selling for $9.50 they have reduced to $4 98. They are offering nice, all-wool worsted suits for $5.98 that are really worth $10.50. In men's and boys' overcoats they have plunged tbe knife deep into prices to make room for a mammoth stock of spring goods which they are getting manufactured especially for the Los Angeles trade. The proprie tors of the Plunder Store have a large clothing factory in New York where they manufacture all their own goods, which they are placing on the Los Angeles market at prices never before heard of. We advise our readers to go to the Plunder Store, 19 North Main street, when wanting clothing at manufacturers' prices. "Brown, whose bams do you use?" "I always buy the 'Lilly,' put up by the Los Angeles Cold Storage Company." "Why do you prefer the 'Lilly' hams?" "Because they are sweeter, and are smoked in this city. All hams not branded tbe 'Lilly' are smoked either at San Francisco or in the Eastern cities, and you cannot tell how long they have been smoked before shipping, and then they are from ten to fifteen days on the road; so you see they are quite ancient by the time they reach Los Angeles, while the 'Lilly' bams are put on tbe market fresh every day." Seattle Coal. The Southern California Coal & Wood Company are now discharging at San gedro, ex ship "Halcyon," a cargo of the above coal. This is the finest domestic coal now in the market. Special terms on carload lots. For retail orders ring up tele phone 315, or call at office of the compa ny in basement of Bryson Block, corner Spring and Second streets. Elegant lunch 11 to 1, The Resort, 121 S.Main. The "Lilly" hams and bacon are the only meats smoked in Southern Califor nia, therefore are fresher than any other meats offered for sale on the market. ''We've Got Them on the I.lst."J New and second-hand stoves at Cass & Renshaw's furniture store, 14 West Third street. The attention of readers desiring help of any kind is directed to the card of J. Vullet & Co., in another column. California Cat-K-Cure. The only guaranteed cure for catarrh, cold in the head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal deaf ness, and sore eyes. Restore toe sense of taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from ca tarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow direc tions and a cure is warranted, by all druggists. Send for circular to ABIETINE MEDICAL COMPANY, Oroville. Cal. Six months treat ment $1; by mail, $1.10. For sale by C. H, Hauce. Wanted. The proprietors of Home A Abel's White Piue Balsam, would like to hear from any pur chaser of their medicine who has not found it to be the most efficient remedy for coughs, colds, whooping cough, croup or any lung difficulty that has ever been devised. Hemem ber the name, Home & Abel's White Pine Bal sam. For sale by all druggists. Price, 25 cents and 31. At Joe Pohelm's, the Tailor, Commencing January 12th, I will make suits to order st a genuine reduction ot 10 per cost. to mv original price of 25 per cent, this reduc tion to continue for sixty days only. 49 and 51 Sornh Spring street, 203 North Main Btreet. Dr. Howard, Bryson-Bonebrake Block. Diseases of throat and lungs and of the ner vous system suocsslully t-eated by the use of oxygen inhalations, nitrogen-monoxide, ozone, etc. Hours, 8-10, 2-5, 7-8. Telephone 1024. Bryson-Bonebrake Block. Dealers and Consumers of Beer Will find it to their advantage to call on Phila delphia Brewery, Aliso street, for the best lager or steam-beer, good on draught for weeks at lowest prices. Bottled lager $1.20 per doien, if bottles returned. Delivered to any part of the city. Telephone 91. Mrs. Dr. Minnie Wells, Has removed to 400 Fort street, corner Fifth. Uterine aud rectal diseases a specialty; radical change felt from first treatment. Examination tree. Two Brothers. For a good bronkfast and fine coffee goto the Two Brothers' Restaurant, No. 20 East Seoond street. Meal ticket. 21 meals, $4. Everybody Paints Their Floor With Senour's floor pa<nt. It dries hard over night. Six shades. For tale by J.M-Black burn, 310 South Spring street. Dr. Slocum, "Moro Castle." Deafness, noises in the ears, discharges from the ear, catarrh and throat diseases successfully treated. Free consultation Go to S. M. Perry's For anything you want in the way of gas nx tures, plumbing goods, etc. No. 30 South Main St. Bath tubs made to order. Gas Fixtures! Gas Fixtures! The largest stock of gas fixtures in the city; the most beautiful pa terns at S. M. Perry's, No. 30 South Main street. Notary Public and Commissioner For New York aud Arizona, G. A, Dobinson 134 West Second street. Hollenbeck Block. Gross-Eyes Straightened Without the slightest danger by Dr. Slocun; No. 320 South Main, "Moro Castle." BARNETT & CO., the only exclusive whole sale eigarand tohacco house in the city, corner of Los Angeles and Commercial streets. Good Health and Appetite Always follow the continued use of Crown Flour. _______ Asiatic Goods. At JO>t for thirty days. Lee Kwan Sine, 20G South Spring street. fld-lm "Paint your bug<y for 81." at Mathews. Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica. This popular seaside resort is now open. J. W. Scott, Lessee. D. C. Roberts, "The City Optician," has removed to 18 South 8p Ing street. | There Is No Place Like Home, but what is home without Crown Flour. Custom's Injuries. Described by a Noted London Dentist 37 High Holbobn, London. W. C. Gentlemen: I consider the bristle tooth brush has to answer in no little measure for the re ceding gums around the necks of the teeth so constantly brought to our notice. After thor oughly testing the I have no hesitation In saying that WMj«uL> uset it for one week will never go back to the old brittle brush with its attendant miseries of Loose lirittles and Constantly Wounded Cums. Faithfully yours, J. SHIPLEY SLIPPER, Dantal Surgeon. Its Economy. Holder (Imperishable) 35 eeuts. Polishers only need be renewed, 18 (boxed) 85 cents. Dealers or mailed. HORSEY Utlcat N. Y. PECK & McCOY, Undertakers and Embalmers, No. 40 NORTH MAIN BTREET. Telephone 61. Day or Night. iOt.f IHIRGEIXANKOIJ* p?PRIEEfc S CREAM J*™*. PpWDEf EXTRACTS Used by tbe United States Government. Endorsed by the heads oi tne ureat universities and Public Food Analysts, as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum.Dr. Price's Delicious Flavoring Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc., do not contain Poisonous Ollsor Chemicals. PHIOE BIKIHB PBWDRB'cn. New York. Chicago. St. Louis. jgMil Dew Drop Sugar Con. Dew Drop Early June Peas. HW 1 Dew Dr °p Extra Sifte(l Peas - BBBBa Dew Drop Pumpkin. CQPr Dew Drop Siring Beans. Above line of Canned Vegetables are without doubt the best put up in the United States. A little higher in price, but sure to please the most particular lious6k.PGpcr H. JEVNE, THE GROCER, Agent, jaisim 38 and 40 North Spring Street. Final Closing Sale! THE ASSIGNEE OF THE EASTERN : CHINA : HOUSE, 120 SOUTH SPRING STREET, Has decided to close out the remainder of the stock, which is still complete, at half former prices, as the estate must be settled by February ist. Here is a chance for everybody to buy fine goods nearly for nothing". China Hand-Painted Dinner Sets, 107 pieces, at $17.50; former price, $35.00. Rochester Lamps : : : : : $2.00 utBm E. FRANK EL, Assignee. _ZG Mo*j A "-*r v THE ONLY-I 1!8 BY MA.IU. Jp (/\\V cv r\z roi\ sw**cwuX,//X ATARRH lABIETINFMCD-CoVOROVILLE CALj HAVE TOO A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not get better? 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I procured a jar. having but little faith ln its curative properties; but I must say, after using three Jars, I am cured of that disgusting disease. Inclosed find $5, for which send me California CAT-R-CURE for some friends, who are sufferers." For Sale by C. 11. Hance, 77 ana 70 N. Spring- St.; F. w. Braun & Co., Wholesale Aarents. I.oh Aiiarcloa. Cal. \\W^^mHTm^ S \ Those who have used iaer'aTe \ S-M I" \ »aVv)UU fill giving satis faction, and a customer with Bron / "fl I L a I chitia says it is tbe only remedy that gives in "^rrßr" »i=J?il St^ Dt ffl ll6^ 'i —SlBBI!LL * CoT1IB " Dr °BS lBt< ' c? 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"•Til QJ-'^.rTWRHftl Mr-Circulars sent free, containing detailed 'l^^- 5 V ,A f*l ( .pir\fTfr description. •S.«_ o j,recn„i d r f 4, l ,Kti!toa a - SANTA A.ELE lARIF.TINF" MrnfrCO.OROVILLr. CAU.' For Sale by C. H. HANCE, 77 and 79 North Spring Street F. W. BRAUN & CO., WHOLESALE AGENTS. sB-12m LOS ANGELES, PROBATE NOTICE. T IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE of California, County of Loa Angeleß, sr.— Iv the"mutter of the Estate of Robert A. Heff ner, deceased —Notice lor publication of time for proving will, eto. - , Notice is hereby given that Thursday, the 24th day of January, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. h. of said day, at the court room of tdis Court, Department Two thereof, in the Jones Block, City of Lot Angeles, County of Los Angeles, and State of California, has been appointed as the time and place for hearing the application of Flora Heffoer, praying that a documeut now ou file in this Court, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of the said deceased, be ad mitted to probate, and that letters testamentary be issued thereon to said Flora Heffner, at which time snd place all persons interested therein may appear and contest the same. Dated January 11,1889. C. H. DUNSMOOR, County Clerk. jal2lot By M. J. Ashmobb, Deputy- i PROBATE NOTICE. IN THE SUPERIOR COUBT, STATE OF CALl fornia, County of Los Augeles, ss., in the matter of the estate of X H. Prewitt, deeeasea. Notice for publication of time for proving will, etc.:—Notice is hereby given that Satur day, the 20th day of January, 1889. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the courtroom of tbis Court. Department Two thoreof, in the Abstract building, on Franklin street. City of Los Angeles County of Les Angeles, and State of Callfornio, hsi beeu appointed as the time and place for hearing the appli cation of Mrs. Lizzie " Prewitt, praying that a document now on file in this Court, pur- ? or ting to be the last will and testament of R.H rewltt, deceased, be admitted to probate, and that letters testamentary be Issued thereon to the said Lizzie H. Prewitt, at which time and plaoe all persons interested therein may appear and contest the same. Dated January 15, 1889. O. H. DUNSMOOR, County Clerk. ja!6 lOt By M. J. Ashkobb, Deputy. 3 HEAL ESTATE. B. C. WEIGHT, The Real Estate Broker, lg Has cons into his rew office, Booms 3 and 4, upstairs, IN THE BEDICK BUILDING, Corner of Fort and First Stn„ Where he can be found by his many friends, or by parties haying business with him. —HI IB OFFERING — BARGAINS —IN— Large and Small Tracts of Land Which it will be to the Interest of capitslists to investigate before purchasing. jalO lm Los Angeles and San Diego REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Northwest corner First and Fort Street. (Board of Trade Building). Hare for Sale- Alfalfa Lands, Fruit Farms, Stock Farms ana Ranches. Hundreds of Choice Swelling Houses and Lots. slave for Rent— A long list of houses ln every part of the city. Have for Loan Honey ln turns to suit. JOHN C. FI.OI' RHOT, 14tf Secretary. RESTAURANTS. Man Bore Restaurant, 129 & 131 W. FIRST ST. "V. DOL, : : Proprietor. REGULAR HEALS, SO CENTS. MEALS TO ORDER. IMPORTED WINES, iaatf ILLIGH'S Restaurant and Oyster Parlors, 41 and 43 Norm Main Street. tmW~ PRIVATE ROOMS upstairs for ladles and families, where meals will be served ln too best style. jaietf JERRY ILLICH, Proprietor. BROWN'S RESTAURANT And Bakery, 84 and 36 NORTH MAIN STREET. Seat "White Service, Milk, Rye, Graham and Boston Brown Bread. Also the finest Assortment of Cakes, Pies, etc. il-lm storage aud Commission. IfAlix^ X. 6. Wbtsb, Proprietor. &HA I N, WOOL —AND— General merchandise Warehouse. Btobass, Commission and Inbubancb. Agents for all kinds of Agricultural Imple ments. Wholesale and retail dealer, ln Im ported and Domestic Wines, Brandies and Whiskies. 634 to 666 Alameda street. Jlltf CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. FINE CARRIAGES, BTJG-GrIHJS. Soring; and Farm Wagons —AND— —AGEIOTJLTUBAL IMPLEMENTS,— 48 AND SO N. Los Angeles St., Los ANBBLBS, Cal. ] Ml FOX FINE BUGGIES —AND— CARRIAGES —co to— EC. G-lESE, Thb Fabm Implemknt Dbalib. 44 to 4B N. Lns Angelas st.. Los Angelas, Clothing and Furnishing; Goods. lO to 20 per cent. Discount. NOBBY BTJITB, I.IUHT-WEIGHT OVERCOATS, SATCHELS, CLUB BAGS, Everything for All. At 19 South Spring; Street. ABERNETHY & TAFT. I. CITRON, Re-opened at 877 North .tin In Street, Under the name of "THE GREEN FRONT, where can be found a full line of FINE CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc. at bottom prices. d 9 lm Furniture and Carpets. WALTON &WACHTEL, Wholesale and Retail Dealers ln FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, At Lowest Possible Bates. 914, Hl« and 818 South Spring St., jfi-tf Bet. Third and Vm rtn Bts, PHIL. HIRSCHFELD & CO , —WHOLESALE DEALERS IN— STATIONERY, NOTIONS, And every description of Paper, 215 NORTH MAIN BT. (DOWNEY BLOCK), Lob Anseles, Cal. 1 Warehouse: 104 and 106 New High street. jas lm I C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist and Chemist, No. 128 N. Haln St., Los Angeles, Cal. 1 Prescriptions carefully compounded day or s night. d2ltf ! COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. 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