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Weather Burena.
report erf observations taiie'n at Loa Angeles,
January 21. 1893.
Time, Bar. Ther.jRH'm W
3:00 a.m. 3".ll 47 j (itf S
VOOp.m 30.12 60 1 53 N
Uu. tern., 68; min. tern., 41.
I 53
Forecast for Southern. California: Fair
weanei; slightly cooler; northerly winds.
The street corners are alive with beg
gars, especially those of the organ and
accordeon variety.
An unusually large number of eastern
visitors were seen on the principal streets
yesterday, joining in the merry prom
A O. U. VV. memorial services will be
held at Illinois ball this morning at
10:30 a.m. Rev. Mr. Phillips will offi
Peter Bessen denies that any row took
place at the Enterprise saloon on Fri
day night. He asserts his place was
closed at midnight.
The Societa Unione E Fratellanza
GaribaJdena gave an enjoyable mas
querade ball at ita hall, on D»te and
Macy Btr»ete, last evening.
The Southern Pacific company haß
made a rate on cut flowers in carload
lot", from California points to Chicago,
of fl 25 on freight trains and $2.25 on
passenger time.
This afternoon at 2:30 the Beyle
Heights Stars and Revenue Baseball
clubs will play a match game of ball at
the First-Btreet ground. Both teams are
composed of the best amateur talent in
the city, and an exciting game ie looked
Mr. J. B. McArthnr, postmaster at La
Cafiada, called on the Herald yesterday
afternoon, and eaya that a move is on
foot to secure telephone connection be
tween that town and Pasadena and Los
Angeles, and tbat tbe amount of guar
arantee, {300, has been provided for.
At the special vesper service to be
held at the Church of the Unity to
night the following music will be ren
dered by the choir: Chant, Venite;
anthem, Lead Kindly Light, Buck; an
them, Lord of Heaven, Rossi; soprano
solo, Misa Boynton; The Good Shep
herd, Barri.
A man whose name could not be as
certained met with a painful accident
yeaterday afternoon at Mr. Ed H dats
gravel pit, at the end of the Ninth-street
extension. A bank caved on him when
he waa standing by a wagon The horses
started up, and, hie feet getting caught
in the epokee, he waß dragged out by
the wagon from under two feet of dirt.
He was not seriously injured.
Early yesterday morning J. A. Scott
met with a painful accident in the room
ing house on Third and Alameda streets.
He is a conductor on the Vernon divis
ion of tbe electric line, and while walk
ing al ng the darkened hall he (ell over
a etair railing, falling a distance of about
eight feet. Hia face, hands and arms
were severely bruißed. Hie injuries are
not serious.
The oratorio of the Creation, by
Haydn, ia to be rendered by a chorus
of 75 or 100 voices under the direction of
Prof. Bacon. The concert will occur in
March or early in April. Prof. Modini-
Wood has already been secured ac tenor
soloist. Tbe best possible soloists are
to be secured for the other parts. The
rehearsals are held every Friday even
ing at 7:30. Any who wish to join the
chorue should apply immediately to
Prof. Bacon, in tbe 'otomac block.
The following officers were ehoßen at
the semi annual election of P.amona
parlor No. 109, N. S. G. W., on Friday
evening: Past president, Earnest Tay
lor; president, Herman C. Lichtenber
ger; firat vice-president, E. A. Meaerve;
second vice-preaident, Frank W. Sabichi;
third vice-president, Clayton B. Wilson ;
recording secretary, Frank Cummings ;
financial secretary, Edwin Smith ; mar
shal, Otto H. Boye; treaaurer, Samuel
B. Dewev; trustees, George J. Kuhrta,
Wm. J. Variel.
Oysters 50 cents a dozen, and a reduc
tion in priceß of all California wines by
the bottle. Ice cream and salads for
parties. Hollenbeck hotel cafe.
Chicken or turkey dinner from 12 m .
25 cents, at the People's restaurant, 457
S. Spring street, near Fifth.
A Splendid Lot of Young: Driving Horses,
Two matched teams and two single
harness roadsters, bred by L. J. Rose,
jr.. from the very beßt blood lines in
Southern California, are now offered for
sale at N. A. Covarrubias' stables on
Los Angeles street, near Second street.
These horses are all young and sound,
warranted free from any hereditary
defect, and good and satisfactory rea
sons for their disposal will be given to
the intending purchaser.
Dr. Charles de Szlgethy
Hae removed his offices to tbe Bryson-
Bonebrake block, Second and Spring
streets, with his residence in the Baker
Have Your Plumbing Done
By the W. O. Furrey company, 159 to
465 North Spring street. Promptness.
Reasonable rates.
ChlcKen Houses.
Don't build your chicken houses be
fore seeing P. and B. heavy building
paper, m ide expressly for the purpose.
Write for circular and samples. Par
affine Paint company. E. G. Judah,
manufacturers' agent, 217 North Los
Angeles street.
Household Ooods nt All Kinds
In great variety at the W. C. Furrey
company, 151) to 165 North Spring street
Pricee far below any house iv the city.
Pruressor Payne Wilt Organize
A class for dancing in the advance course
Monday-evening, February Oh. AH the
latest fancy steps will be taught in thie
The Celebrated Weir Stove,
That excels all others, can be found
only at the W. C. Furrey company, 159
to 165 North Spring street.
JCblnger's Kegtaarant
The finest in the city ; the favorite o
eastern tourists. Service unexcelled on
the coast. Meals served a ia carte
French dinners from 12 till 8 p.m
Ladies' parlor connected.
Bar Fixtarea aud Agate Ware
Of every description at the W. (
Furrey company, 150 to 165 North Sprint;
K. 1). List, notary public. Legal papers cue
tuily drawn. 127 West second. Telephone it.f>
Heng- Lee's Holiday Goods.
Chinese and Japanese curios: silk drees pat
terns; ladles' emu oidered silk h.udkercblef
two for 25 oen<B Manufacture* ladies' unde
wear and gents' furi'ishlng goods. Al-oauex
teusire line of new holiday goods at very 1. «
Fulces. Picas call »i>" inspect our stock >>
Jie purchasing elsewhere, No. 505 Norn
Main Btreet, near pla/n..
Vlsit'ii'- Cards Kngraved
At Laugstadler'., Jit West Second. TaL 7t>_
The quickest results are obtained by
advertising in the classified columns of
the Herald, on the sixth page. Situa
tions are offered daily; houses and
rooms (or rent, or wanted to rent; real
estate bargains in city and country;
chances to buy almost everything at low
prices; lost and found articles are ad
vertised ; bnsiness chances that afford
an income for a email investment; per
sonal notices; special noti es; profes
sional cards ; announcements of money
to loan and money wanted, and mucb
I esidee. Kites are 5 cents a line per
ctey, with lower rates by the month.
Contemplating building the coming
spring on our nursery lots, corner Fourth
and Los Angelea streets, rear of West
minster hotel, a removal of our nursery
ie rendered unavoidable. We wish,
therefore, to close out our large and
varied assortment of choice evergreen
and other ornamental plants, and will
sell all kinds of nursery stock at a great
leduction after this notice. No reason
able offer refused. Please call and ex
amine our stock. Germain Fruit com
pany's nursery.
The exercises to be held in the Los
Angeles theater on Sunday evening,
January 29th, in honor of Tnomas
l'aine will be in every respect worthy
the memory of him whose Common
Sense inspired the declaration of inde
pendence. George T. Bruce will he the
orator. A line orchestra will be in at
tendance and there will be piano, vio
lin and vocal solos by professional art
ists of ability and established reputa
tion. Admission, 25 cents.
Catalina island, a summer resort in
winter. Ocean all around makes the
climate many degrees warmer than on
the main land. Never a frost. Bathing
same as in summer. Avaion honse open
the year round. Fißh right out of the
water a specialty. Address Mrs. 8. A.
Wheeler, Avaion.
The canvass for Corran's Los Angeles
City Directory for tbe year 1893 baa
commenced; the book will be printed
and published as in 1891; the compila
tion will be under the immediate super
vision of W. H. L. Corran. Offic, 103
South Broadway.
Practical farmers publish testimonials
regarding the new forage plant offered
by the Herald as a premium to mail
subscribers only of the Daily and
Weekly Herald. This millet grows on
very dry land and it is claimed that
half of a 50x150 lot planted with it will
almost eupport a cow. A subscription
remittance and a requeat for tbe pre
mium wiil bring it to rough the mail.
Caledonian club. New Los Angeles the
eater. Harry E Reeves, formerly the
boy soprano of Great Britain and of the
British cathedrals, is engaged to sing at
Burns' anniversary, January 20th. Tick
ets to he had at Nicoll the tailor, 134 S.
Spring street.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy's offices are
now located in the Bryson-Bonebrake
block. His residence is in the Baker
block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. Sun
days and evening' by appointment.
Office telephone, 1050; reaidence tele
phone, 1150
Tbe Hbbald can be found in San Fran
cisco at the Palace and Occidental hotel
newß etandß; in Chicago at the Poat
otiice news etand; in Washington at
the Washington news exchange; in
Denver at Hamilton & Xt udrick'B.
We carry tbe only line of genuine
Florentine gold frames in Southern
California. 'Che goods are particularly'
adapted to fine portraits of all descrip
tions from miniatures to Hie Bize. San
born Vail Co., 133 S. Spring street.
Irish Point curtains are all the rage
A tremendous stock, of these beautiful
curtains is being sold at special prices
this week at the City of London, 211 S.
Professor Payne has issued invitations
to his once a week Tuesday evening,
January 24th. All who have taken lea
eons at this academy are invited with
out a special invitation.
Every principal point of interest in
Southern California is reached hy the
Southern Pacific company. One fate for
the round trip every Sinday to all local
points from Los Angeles
At McDonald's closing out sale, men's
calfskin Bhoes at $2 50. Every line of
shoes in the bouse is likewise selling at
Excursions to Catalina until further
notice every Saturday. Inquire of
Wilmington Transportation company,
130 West Second street. Good hotels
on the island.
Framed etchings, engravings, photo
graphs, and in fact all kinds of pictures
can be bought at a great reduction at
Sanborn Vail & Co.'s. It will pay you
to call on them, 133 S. Spring street.
Capt. F. J. Cressev will epeak at the
Y. M. C. A., 200 South Broadway, at 3
p. m. today. All young men are in
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and sur
geon. Oflice and residence, 120 North
Main, new McD. block. Telephone 284.
Illich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main street. Everything new and first
class. Private apartments. Fresh fish,
oysters and game daily. Open all night.
Dr. Price, M. K. C. V. 8., veterinary
surgeon, California stables, 373 North
Main street. Business punctually at
tended to.
Arrowhead Hot Springs, the famouß
winter resort for Southern California.
'Bas meets all day trains at Arrowhead
station. .
The Windermere, on Ocean avenue,
Santa Monica, is a pleasant winter re
port, beautifully situated overlooking
the Pacific ocean.
The last exchange party will be given
Monday, January 30th, at Armory hall.
Tickets to be had of the committee only.
Dr. C. J. Mullen, 324J4 S. Spring
street, treats all forms of rheumatism
lla»e your old mirrora resilvered as
good as new at H. Raphael & Co., 408,
410 South Spring.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office ii 2y 2 North
Main Btreet. Office hours from Bto 10
a. m. and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346.
Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
We manufacture everything in the
■oking glass line; all work guaranteed.
H. Raphael & Co , 408,410 South Spring
Latest sheet music publications my
specialty. Fitzgerald, the music dealer,
Spring and Franklin.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr Carl Kurtz,
ihysiciana and Burgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Try our Sonoma Ziufandel wine at 6o
onts per gallon. T Vache & Co., cor
Cominwcial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309
Or. Tudor, dentißt, removed to Hotel
iamona, Third and Spring sts. Crown
nd bridge work.
Ladies' hats cleaned, dyed and re
haped at Thurston's, 2(>4 S Main st.
Dr. Hollingeworth, reopened dental
thee, 138>a South Spring street.
Insure with A. C. Golshj 147 Sonth
r oadway.
Di. Lindley, 331K South Bpring Btreet.
Cannibals and boomerangers are not a
usual combination in civilized America,
but this combination may be tound to
day at the ostrich farm, adj lining the
Southern Pacific depot at Santa Monica,
where cannibal warfare as practiced in
the bush of Northern Australia, and the
wonderful skill in throwing the boome
rang poaßesßed by these "black track
ers," will be ahown, followed by their
war dances and native corroberie. The
exhibition begins at 1 and ends at 3:54
p. m. Trains on the Southern Pacific
drop passengers at the ostrich farm,
and on Sunday go thence to the mam
moth wharf, whence a magnificent ma
rine view may be bad and capital fish
ing enjoyed. The laat train returns
from the" wharf at 2:30 p. m., in ample
time for a good fish dinner and a look at
the blacks. Riuud trip 50 cents.
J. H. Nelgen, tbe artistic tailor of 116
North Spring street, has just received
an extra fine line of Bpring goods, the
very latest patterns, which he is making
up at very reasonable prices. Mr. Nel
gen carries no old stock. He has only
been in business for nimaelf a short
while, and all of his stock is new. Call
in and inspect hia elegant line of goods.
They will be sure to pleaee you.
Groemann cV Fegley have just opened
offices in rooms 14 and 15 Bryson-Bone
brake block. They will do a general
auctioneer, commission and real eßtate
business. Both gentlemen are recent
arrivals here, but they will surely enc
ceed for they bring the highest of rec
ommendations from their former homes,
and any business done with them you
will no doubt never have any reaaon to
The popular Enterpean Quartette will
give their second an ual concert at the
Los Angeles theater next Wednesday
evening. Katharine W. Kimluil, the
noted San Francieco soprano, is one of
the soloists. Among others we notice J.
Bond Francisco and Miss M. L, O'Don
oughue. The concert will undoubtedly
be a grand success.
George S Marygold and the Fisher
and Boyd Piano company have formed
a copartnership, and will be located at
121 North Spring Btreet, corner of
Franklin. These well known firma are
tbe leading piano dealers in this section,
and they will no doubt enjoy as many
favors from the public in the future as
in the past.
The Caledonian clnb is undertaking
to make their concert next Thursday
evening, in celebration of tbe Burns
anniversary, the best of tbe eeaeon.
Lovers of the Burns songs may count on
an enjoyable evening. They have ee
cured the services of Mrs. Minnie
Manor Owens, the favorite contralto, ac
well ac a number of other of the best
known artiets.
The mußic at the Cathedral at 10 a m.
ia Farmer's mass in C flu. At the offer
tory, rivet for tenor and alto, Ecce Pan
nis, Donizetti, by Mr. W. Forane and
Mrs. B. Gardner. A. G. Garner ia the
I'm So Cute fschottische), Sweet
EHen (waltz), Cmldhood Vlemoricß
jSchottiache) and Ladies' Walizee, all
new and beautiful music, will be played
the first time at the grand charity ball
on Wednesday night, the 25th.
A full line of photograph frames in
the following BtyleB: French bronze,
painted glaae, celluloid, and combina
tion frames in great variety. Preserve
your photographs by framing them.
Dr. Hutchina will preach in First
Congregational church, corner of Sixth
and Hill, at 11 am, unon The Ten
Commandments, and at 7:30 p.m upon
Cnrißtian Leseons from Animal Ltfe.
The electrical and improved move
ment cure, 755 Broadway. Chronic
dißeaßes aucceasfully treated by elec
tricity. Mechanical maaeage and appara
tus for special movements.
Rev. A. C. Bmither preachee at U
a. m. today, upon Theae Three ; at 7 :30
upon ALostßirthrignt, at Temple-street
Christian chuach.
A. O. U. W, memorial services will be
held in Illinois hall at 10:30 today.
Members of tin order are rt quested to
meet at A. O. U. W. hall, 214 S. Main
street, at 9 :ilo and march in a body to
place of services.
The most popular and etyliehlace cur
tain at present ia the beautiful Irish
Point; 500 pairs are on special sale at
the City of London, 211 S. Broadway.
P.. (ah Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillip!- block, N. Spring street.
Some of the Finest Keaidencea In the
City Located There.
A representative of the Herald, while
looking over the many beautiful Bpots
in the Angel city yesterday, observed
the Harper tract, which only a few yearß
since was a barley field. The change is
wonderful. Today the above named
tTact is one of the finest residence prop
erties in Los Angeles. Lovely homes,
with beautiful and large grounds, with
clean etreetß, lends a charm to this por
tion of the city. There is always a fresh
ocean breeze, which is an ever welcome
factor. The owners of the Harper tract
have Bpared no means in trying to make
thiß a select location, and thie they are
accomplishing with great success.
Homes are being rapidly dis
posed of to many of our
beßt known citizens, who are
excellent judges of a choice location.
There has been many transfers of lots
in this tract lately, and most of the pur
chasers will build immediately. Here
you have the advantages of city and
country, tbe electric cars taking you
from the center of the city to this tract
in 20 minutes, c- you can drive home
within a reasonably short time through
the principal streets, such us Figueroa
and Adams Btreets. The Harper tract iB
located within one block of Adamß and
Hoover streets. Tnis is the favorite
apot in Los Angeles. More improve
ments are going on in thiß locality than
in any other portion of the city, and tbe
Harper tract today is the choice of all
others. Ride out and see this tract,
and be convinced that the above eulogy
is correct in every instance.
Th tint y-four Pages l»'voted to Southern
California Interests.
The 24 p-ige 1 Southern California Ed
ition" of the Evening Express came ont
last evening For sale by all newsdeal
ers. Price, 10 cents.
Good to Send East.
The 24 pave New Year's Hbbald if
the beßt paper to Bend to your eastern
friends. A full description of every
connty in Southern California is given.
Also statistics of climate, cost of land,
products, etc Price, 5 centa per cop<
in wrapper* For Bale by newe dealere
or at the Hkrald office.
Selected Stock of Cutlery
At the W C Fut"-y company, 159 l<
166 North Spring streeet. Inspect oui
line of goods named above.
Wall paper, 237 R. Spring:. Samples sent.
Great Knthnglaam ltrauifesterl by Hearty
Yells or Welcome—The Commander
of the racifio Coast Depart
ment Welcomed.
A hallelujah reception and jubilee
was given to Major and Mrß. Keppel,
Captain Wilbur and Captain Kingman
last night by corpß No. 1 of the Salva
tion army at the barracks on Spring
street. The hall was crowded, and the
usually amusing services were thor
oughly enjoyed.
Major Keppel ia the coast commander
of the army. Mrs. Keppel is called hia
hallelujah wife. Captain Wilbur is a
converted German from Kansas, and is
better known to the army as tbe Man
on Wires. Kingman ia a converted
horse trainer. All of tbe corps turned
out last night and whooped things up
Captain Foster opened the meeting by
having the arm" sing, I Am So Happy.
ifter this Major and Mrß. Keppel
entered and were received with a mighty
yell by the army. Adjutant Turner then
told those who were glad to see the
couple to say "amen," and there was
another mighty yell. Captain Foster,
who was coming down the aisle, jumped
into tbe air and gave both a fresh yeil.
"Come join our army, do not delay,"
was then sung. Adjutant Turner made
a short addreas, in which he said that he
had always felt that this reception in
Los Angeles to the major and his wife
would be a climax to the hearty recep
tions given them in the north. The
members of the local corps who had
helped decorate the hall deserved credit.
"All those in tbe army who were pleased
with itß appearance cay 'hallelujah,' "
he commanded Another mighty yell.
"Now, all thoße in the audience who are
pleased Bay the Bame," he continued.
At this not a sound waß heard; every
body, including toe army, laughed.
"Try it again," smiled Adjutant
Turner; and this time there wbb a roof
raising yell, in which the army j lined.
Continuing, he eaid that people might
not like Major and Mrs Keppel at first,
but after they knew them they would
love tbem. Thiß was the way he had
done. His remarks were followed by
singing Lead Me.
Captain Carr sang God's Words to the
lively tune of Tbe Cricket on the
Hearth, the array j lining in the chorus.
But Mr. Turner wasn't satisfied with
the way 1 hey eang. It must be faster
and louder. He then led tbem, waving
hia arm" and atamping his foot, with
he desired remit.
Major Keppel got up with a "God
bless you all!" He said that if he had
felt formal or cold when he first came
before tbem the hearty welcome they
had given aim would have caused such
ieelings to disappear. Ttien there waß
another yell fr m the army.
He felt at home in army barracke.
The Salvation army was, he thought,
the finest and best thing thiß side of
heaven. If it was not, the members
were certainly the greatest hypocrites in
thi world, for they proleseed the moat.
He was glad that everyOody was united
iv the army. It was a cable of God'B
There Ib Sunshine in the Soul was
next sung. The army was told to say
amen, and tnere was aootber whoop
let forth. A number of people then gave
ehort testimony of now happy they were
for being saved.
Major Keppel sang an amusing and
energetic hymn, the army joining in the
chorus. More teetimeny was given, und
several young women saug. Adjutant
Turner announced the programme of
the next two davß.
He was followed by the German cap
tain, who told an amusing Btory of hiß
conversion at a Methodist camp meeting
in Lawrence, Kan. He had a hard
to give up his beloved lager beer, but
he won. After some backsliding he
finally joined the Salvation Army aud
was very happy.
Captain Kingman, the converted
horse trainer, came upon the stage Bing
ing He'a Juat the Same Today to the
tune of the Wearing of ihe Green. Tbe
captain gave a short talk on the happi
ness incidental to being saved.
Mrs. Keppel arose and aaid that she
thought the beßt part of tbe decorations
in the room were the blue bonnetß, the
red jerßeys and the army badges;
not because tbey were the hand
someet ornaments a person could
wear, but because of the cause they
represented. She gave a short taik
taking as the subject a part of the Ser
mon on the Mount.
Major Keppel followed with an em
phatic addreßß on the necessity of early
acknowledging Christ. He related au
instance in his own life as an txample
There Is a Fountain Filled With Blood,
sung hy the audience standing concluded
the jubilee mopting
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Kegutar Proceeding* nt Yesterday's
MectloK of tho Hoard.
The board of supervisor yesterday
granted a petition for the vacation of
streets in the Childs tract, near Glen
dale, tho county reserving the right to
occupy the roads when it may be neees
Saloon licensee were granted to M.
Lawrence of Arcadia, W. A Blnesser of
Avaion and M. H Grain of Bl Monte.
A petition for the vacation of Lone
Hill and 1 mnita avenuea, in tbe San
Joee road district, WM let for hearing on
Kehruary 2d.
Several warrants,amoutitiiigtof i 47 40,
wi-re cancelled at requeet of the county
Draw Your Own Coucluslon.
Mr. J. 0. Davenport, malinger of the
Fort Bragg Redwood company, Fort
Bragg, Cal , has this to say oi Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy : "I used it for a
severe cold and cough, and obtained im
mediate relief. In the Fort Bragg Red
wood company's store we have sold large
qnantitieeof Chamberlain's medicines "
Kor sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 N.
Main, druggist.
'Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
und all the Various Diseases of the Head,
Throat and Chest Successfully
Treated by
No. 137 S. Broadvf ay, Los Angeles, CaL,
By the AKREAN By<tem of Practice. Com
bined with Proper Constitutional Rem
edies When Required.
The following are prominent symptoms in
tbe first stage, and wherever anvoi them exist
a thorough examination should always be
made with a view to arrest, the disease if shown
to exist; .There Is usually a souse ol wea»ii.o-.s
upon a Uttlo exercise, a disposition to remain
passive and idle, despondency, often h*i m ao
apparent uausc, a peculiar sensitiveness, tv the
* fleet ut cnld, and/a btfe'Mhleuneßß upnn mov
ing quickly or asrendiug a hill or stiirs, a
si ght, hacking co' gh, with or without > xpec
toratloi , excitability upon slight, occasions,
flying pain's through the chest or back, or un
der the shoulder blades. The symptoms are
more noticeable townrd or during the night:
-li ht fever iv the aiten oon, cold feet and
bunds, or iv many cases blue lividlly of the
lips and roots oi tbe linger nails. Somen-* es
spititng of blood or Slight sireaksiL the inu
cons is the first indication if tubercular de
posit, or it may be a chilly sensation in the
back, foil wed by more or less beat in tho
palms of the hands, or an afUrnoon flu-h on
the cheeks. Thes'owaud gradual inn ads o'
this form of consumption have the stomach
acd appetite undisturbed for a consi era lo
time, rinally, however, hecti fever and night
sweats supervene, preceded by diaribteu, Then
lhe loss ot flesh and streug n becomes "apid.
tbe chest contracts: tho fva ures sharpen, Ihe
eye at ain-an unusual brilliancy, and the pa
tient begiMß to realize tbat he is in the last
stage of confl m d con umption
Person* desiring treatment by this sys'en of
practice ■ an use the remedies at home as well
as at our office, aud which will chuhp no incon
venience or hindrance to business whatever.
rousultailonsiree.and prices within I c reach
of all. Tne very best of references from those
a) ■ cad y cured.
Those who desire to consult with me in re
irard to their ca-es ha 1 bet er call at. the office
for an examination, but if impossible t • visit
the office personally, may write for a liKt nf
question* aud circular, both of which wih be
sent Iree of charge Address
M. Hilton Williams, M. D.,
137 8. Broadway, Loa A , CaL
~n —Fine Furniture!
Monday, January 2 i, at 10 o'clock a, m.,
at tho residenc of
Milton Monroe, - - - - Monrovia, Cal.
consisting of eleirant bedr 'om, dlnine room,
mrary and parlor t'umiiur , upright Ueclter
'tog. piano, uOkl ititiOu; *On v ilum s of weil
■ ltcted b ioks. ia g • lot solid silver and plaied
ware, costly plscques. huts, fl ures, br- nze ,
il paii iings and tteel e-i r vings, foilection
f curiOH aud cuiioaitieS from Mexico and
outh \m erica
carriages meet the °antaFe9 o'clock *rain
md the Ter-i.iu-il trains /:S5 and tl:10a m
-nle positive, fiv owner in eayin fo-Mexico.
THOS. B. CLARK, Auetlo< e.r.
—$|Embstlming a Specialty^—
Always o|>eu. Telephone 61.
126 North Main Street, NevvMcDonaWbk.
Th** mos - successful Private I>Ueat»e d 'Ctor
iv the Slate, *i«n* rru*-H, Gleei, Htrlcture,
Seminal Weakness, Nervous Oenility,
Syphilid, Skin ami Kidney diseases and
Sexual W«akn«BH tiiiref-Kniliy rreated. Med
icines tv-pared in private laboratory, Both
sexes ooiiMilt in confidence Dr. White hai
no lii-ed-übdUlute*. You *>cc the doctor only.
Dr White is the only ttpeeiallat iv the State
who exclusively treuts private, nervous aud
chronic diseases. Cures guaranteed In all
our able casOS. Don't waste time with pateut
raedlc neH. If you have any lexual trouole
co suit Dr. White. Scientific treatment.
Reasonable charges. _____
Painless Dentistry
Fine Gold Filling ,
I j A " pain-
Jtu£[k BUT TEETH, $8.00.
WyKSf V\t fci Booms 18 and 19,
»%klr*l c * illft 107 N. Spring st.
Crown md Bridge Work
• Specialty.
Teeth filled and ex
tracted wlthoutp&ln
BST OF TEETH, »7 TO »10.
118 S. Spring St., Los Angeles;
Hours 8 a.m to 5:30 p.m.
£_J-Consuitatlou free 9-28 6m
y,jw»f' '* MT ' a >> Now and 8. cond Hand
: • UAjfciS' farret*. M tilng and
"t Stoves,
jfjgr-Prices low for cash or will s 11 on'in
tallmtnts. Til. 984. P.O. box 921.
Aud General Brokers*
General merer 'ndlffQ thought for cash, and ban
died on co in.
Komi* 14-15, bryson-boucbrakc blk,
Becoud and spring otreets. 1-21 ly
SuviDgi Bank and Trusi Co., for the six
months ci ding 81, 1892, will be due
and p yab.e on and nt ter January »», 1893, at
the rate o 5 ior ■ m.t itr annum en teru> de
poni'd, and 3 per cent pr .M,nm onoidinarj
deposits. J. V. W CUT* L, 3eoreiary.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 2, 1e93 1-2 30
Wei Una; ton Coal. rretr-nt Coal.
Dlimoudi in Winter inn-.
Charcosl, Kindling, and Fuel of all kinds.
Mill Feed a specialty.
343 South Broadway. 1-18 lm Los Angeles, Cal.

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