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NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, January 30,1*93. Time. I Bu. ttaer. I 6:00 a. m. 30.01 61 6:00 p. m |;29 1)5 611 RH'mWd 79 i MS 07 I W Hax tern , 56: mm Urn.. 80. Rainfall past 24 hours, 2.19 of an inch; tor the season, 13.42. m _——— Forecast. Forecast for Southerj California: Rain; warmer variable winds. J. M. Campbell, recently of the Terri torial Enterprise of Virginia, Nev., is in the city. The jubilee social to be held at Im manuel Presbyterian church this evening is postponed. The committee on reception of the Bait Lake council will meet thia morn ing at 9 o'clock at the city hall. A piano recital will be given by Mrs. N. O. Browning on Wednesday evening at tbe Congregational church, East Los Angeles. Tho chamber of commerce haa ac cepted the invitation of Mr. J. M. Crawley to visit and inspect the new wharf of tbe Southern Pacific Railroad company at Santa Monica esii m. Feb ruary Bth has been selected as the day on which the excursion will be made. The council of Salt Lake City did not " reach Los Angeles yesterday afternoon at 12:20 o'clock from the north. They were detained one day in San Francisco, but are expected to arrive this afternoon at 12:20 o'clock by the Southern Pacific railroad. Yesterday at 12 o'clock a small meet ing of the bar association was held in the court room of Judge Van Dyke, de partment No. 4 of the superior court, to take Borne action with reference to mat ters pending before the legislature. The meeting was more particularly with reference to an attempt being made to secure the passage of a bill reducing the number of superior judges. A commit tee o' five was appointed to oppose any euch legislation at Sacramento. Oysters 50 cente a dozen any style. Hollenbeck Hotel cafe, 214 Second et. PERSONAL. W. S. Edward of Chico, Cal., is at the Nadeau. O. Wolf of Chicago is at the Hollen ljecK-. W. A. Fieke of Santa Barbara ia at the Nadeau. W. E. Potts of San Francisco ia at the Nadeau. A. O. Fish of Riverside ia at the Hol lenbebk. C. M. Wells of Seattle is at the Hol lenbeck. L. D. Martin of Sau Antonio ie at the Hollenbeck. C. J. Robertson of Covina is at the Hollenbeck. C. E. Graham of San Francisco is at the Nadeau. Gns Talioferro of Kansas City is at the Hollenbeck. E. H. Graaett of Santa Monica is at the Hollenbeck. John W. Craig of Rialto, Cal., ie at tbe Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Thayer of Chari ton, Id., nre at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. Barker and Miss Mo Aden of Baltimore, Md., are at the Hal ,'lenbeck. Dr. W. Chapman, manager of the Ar i rowhead Hot Springs, was in the city ; yesterday. J.C. Koop, a well-known San Fran cisco commercial traveler, Is in the city and is registered at the Hollenbeck. William Wincup, the capable and popular passenger agant of the Terminal railroad, returned yesterday from c three weeks' eastern business trip. Col. George B. Kelly, editor and pro prietor of the Fort ficott Daily Monitor, and owner of the Monitor mine at Mon itor, near Yuma, is in the city. Frank H. Lowry, the chief deputy in the county clerk's office, has been Bick for several days, and, it ia under stood, ie threatened with an attack of brain fever. John G. Moore, one of the Western Union directors, arrived here yesterday in his special car Monono, and went on to Coronado. Mr. Moore is accompanied by five capitalists and railroad men. They will return in a few days and in spect Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bacheller of New York are at the Westminster hotel for a few days. Mr. B icheller ie the editor of the Bacheller Newe syndicate of New York, a great institution which famishes matter to many prominent papers. He hna achieved an enviable literary reputation, at the same time having built up a moat substantial business. Dandrnir. This annoying scalp trouble, which glveß the hair an untidy appearance, is cured by ekookum root hair grower. All druggists. No Interruption, Hugh B. Rice, local agent of the Oceanic steamship company, has re ceived the following dispatch: Sak Francisco, Jan. 30, 1893. H. B. Bice, 121 Wcßt Second street, Los An. geles, Cal. Reassure disaffected touriets that Ha waiian revolution in no way interrupts or interferes with good service or proper entertainment at the islands. All is tranquil; no cause for alarm. J. D. Spreckels & Bros. Co. Kbhig-er's Restaurant. The finest in the city; the favorite of eastern tourißta. Seivice unexcelled on the coast. Meals served ala carte. French dinners from 12 tid 6 p. m. Ladies' parlor connected. #„?,' D ." ÜBt ' n ,°,!; ry Pnb'in. Legal papers c re- Ittlly urawu. 127 Westdecond. Telephone 1«S. H«D|; Lee's Holiday Goods. Chinese and Japanese onrios; silk dress pat terns; ladles' embroidered silk handkerchiefs, two for 25 cents. Manufactures ladies'under? wear nnd gents' furnishing goods. Also an ex 'pi'" °' ° c ,? h o ; l<»"> floods at very low c "- pl " M *Cdll:iud inspect our s-ock be fore purchasing elsewhere. No. SOS North Mala street, near plsza. Loplilylch a.- jtKnaz Are now conducting the New Vienna rostau- SSK' ii2i,°S n ? Blteot ' '""""ly kuown as ...i™ k *■ *yer»U>li!B first class, with rates reasonable. Quick service unn polite auc tion, (livensa trial. The Best and Wbeapest Tailoring done at 464 South bpring street. Alterations, dyeing and eleauing; uiuun c oth lug bought: repairing rteatl y none. American Oil Company. Three hundred shores, one-foirth of the en tiro uapltal sioct, for sain at *2 50 per share Apply io A. R. X.. room 19,11!)> BouttiSpring Street. Los Angeles. Wall paper, 237 (. Spilng. Samples stfc MEMORANDA. The quickest resulte are obtaiaed by advertising in the classified columns of the Herald, on the sixth page. Situa tions are offered daily; houses ami rooma for rent, or wanted to rent; real tistate bargains in city and country; chances to buy almost everything at low prices; lost and found articles are ad vertised ; business chances that affjrd an income for a small investment; per sonal notices; special noli es; profes sional cards; announcements of money to loan and money wanted, and much ' esides. Ritee are 5 cents a line per day, with lower ratee by the month. Practical farmere publish testimonials regarding the new forage plaut offered by the Herald as a premium to mail subscribers only of the Daily and Weekly Herald. This millet grows on very dry land aud it is claimed tbat half of a 50x150 lot planted with it will almost support a cow. A subscription remittance and a rtiiuest for the pre mium will bring it tnrough the m*il. Catalina island, a anmmer resort in winter. Ocean all around makee the climate many degrees warmer than on the main land. Never a frost. Bathing same as in summer. Avalon houße open the year round. Fish right out of the water a specialty. Addrees Mrs. S. A. Wheeler, Avalon. See the new line of framed etchingß at Sanborn, Vail & (Jo.'s, 183 S. Spring Btreet. A line large picture framed in white and gold for $5 and $7; large as sortment of Bubjects. The canvaea for Corran'a Los Angeles City Directory for the year ISO;! has commenced ; the book will be printed and published ac in 1891; the compila tion will be under the immediate super vieion of W. H. L. Corran. Offic, 103 South Broadway. The Herald can be found in San Fran cisco at tho Palace and Occidental hotel news etande; in Chicago at the Post office news atand; in Waah'tnglon at the Washington news exchange; in Denver at Hamilton & Kendrick'e. ' Elegant new line of spring suitings iind trouseringßatNelgeu, the tailor, 116 North Spring street. Aa thia firm waa not in business last spriDg, all of their spring s.tock is entirely new and no old goods are palmed off on the public. The Herald is the city official paper of Loa Angeles. All notices and ordinances by the council and Btreet superintendent appear only in its col umns. Property owners should not fail to read theee notices. A complete line of artists' materials can always be had at Sanborn, Vail oi Oo.'e, 133 S. Spring street. Water color, oil color and chiua outfits always kept up in assorted sizes. Grosmann & Feglcy, auctioneera and general brokers. General merchandise bought for caeh and handled oncommia aion. Rooms 14 and 15 Bryson-Bonj brake bieck, Second and Spring atreeta. Dr. Chae. de Szigethy ie now located iv the Bryßon-Bonebrake block. Residence, Baker block. Office houre, 11:30 io 3:30. Snt.daye and evenings by appointment. Office tel. 1056; residence tel. 115'!. Excursions to Catalina until further notice every Saturday. Inquire of Wilmington Transportation company, 130 West Second elreet. Good hotelo on the island. Mich's reetaurant, 145 and 147 North Main street. Everything new and firat tuase. rma-t ~ ~ ~ r>««h tt»h, . oysters and game daily. Open all night. We make a specialty of framing pic tures ; the largest assortment of mould . ings in Southern California. Gold work a specialty. Sanborn, Vail it Co., 133 S. Spring street. The Windermere, on Ocean avenue, Santa Monica, ia a pleasant winter re sort, beautifully eituated overlooking the Pacific ocean. Dr. Price, M. R. C. V. S., veterinary Burgeon, California stabiea, 373 North Main street. Business punctually at tended to. Arrowhead Hot Springs, the famous winter resort for Southern California,. 'Bus meets all day trains at Arrowhead Btation. Btfore you buy your lumber get figures ; from Clark & Bryson. v< bolesale and ! retail lumber dealers, ISSjfj West Second ! etreet. The last exebangf: party will be given | Monday, January .'!oth, at Armory ball, j Tickotß to be had of the committee only. Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and cur- I geon. Office and residence, 126 North Main, new Mcl». block. Telephone 284. We manufacture everything in the looking-glase line; all work guaranteed. 11. Raphael & Co., 108,410 South Spring. Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50 cents per gallon. T. Vac he & Co., cor. Comnj<;rcial and Alameda ats. Tel. 309. Have your old mirrors repilvered fiß good as new at H. Raphael & Co., 408, 410 South Spring. Dr. K. P. Wise, office 14SR% North Main street. Office hours from" Bto 10 a. m. aud 2tosp. m. Telephone 346. Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female, rectal diecaees. Seventh and Main streets. Telephone 1031. Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz, physicians and anrgeons, have removed their offices to 147 South Main street. Latest sheet music, publications my specialty. Fitzgerald, the music dealer, Spring and Franklin. Dr. Tudor, dentiet, removed tb Hotel Ramona, Third and Spring sts. Crown and bridge work. Dr. Scbifftnan, dentist, has removed ' to 107.; North Main street, Lichtenbar ger block. R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooma 1 and 2, Phillips bloch, N. Spring street. ]">r. Hollingewurth, reopened dental office, 136)s South Spring street. Insure with A. C. Goisb., 147 South Broadway. Dr. Lindley, 831% Souti, Spring street. See W. P. Mcintosh's ad., Bth page. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, coiner of Main and Court streets, on January 30, 1893, for Or. F. Peabndy, Or. J. P. Each, Jim Cook. W. 8. Bowera, Frank R. Liddell. John H. Hise. Miles' Servo and Liver Pills. Act on a new principle— regn atiug the llycr, sr,.,m*cb and buwels through the nerves A new discovery. Dr. Miles' pills speedily cum Mlionsnois, had trates, torpid llvor, piles, con siip'tlon. nuciuallei for mou, wom-n and cblldien. Mr.nl,est, mildest turesi! fto do»es 20c. Samples Iree. 0. H. Hance, 177 Noun dprlug. Again to the Front. R, Cohen, formerly i,f the wclMmwn Vlen-' na bakery, is once mora in business and is lo cate i at 310 houtb Hpring street, where be Is cunducttng a coffee and lunch room and where he will be pleased to see his many frieuds and the public in geueial. Onr Horns Brew. Mftler A Zobeleln's Lager, fresh from the brewery, on draught in ail the principal sa loons, delivered promptly in bntle* or keiri. Offlce and brewery, 411 Alisoßt. Telephone 111. Cnosmoogs Wine Agency. We are now prepared to lumish f rallies with flno old (Jticamonga wine* and brandy; als , flue old fcnrtbern dry wines. 313 urth Main st .Downey block. Tei«phone, 520^ LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1893. HE IS CHARGED WITH MURDER. W. Nordhoidt's Serious Ckargt Against Henry Bentley. The Latter Charged with Killing: His Wife Who Was Mrs, Koidholdi. The Seu national Features of the Case as Far as Developed—lteatlty's Ca reer Hereabouts - The Dis trict Attorney's Views. William. F. Nordhorldt last evening swore to a warrant charging Henry Bentley with the murder of hia mother, Mrs. Nordholdt Bentley. The dead woman wae Bentley's wife, and Bentley ie the atepfather of the young man who makes the Berioua charge. The warrant was issued from Justice Seaman'e court about 8 o'clock last evening and placed in the hands of Sher iff Cline. Since the death of Mrs. Nordholdt- Beutley, about one month ago, there have been rumors to the effect that ehe had been foully dealt with, aud that her death wae encompassed iv order that Bentley might get possession of her eetate, which ie valued at about $75,000. These rumore were baseu mainly upon the etateinenta he ie charged with hav ing made, to the effect that he merely married the old lady in order to get posseesion of her property. These rumors were supplemented by the etatement of a woman who etates that Bentley prom ised to marry her after hie wife died, which would be in about three months. '1 lie woman to whom this Btatement ie alleged to have been made did not make any report at the time, co iar ac is known, but recollected it only after the denth of Bentley's wife. The two women who claim that they were engaged to him were no doubt fur ther exasperated by the reports of toe last few weeks, which they must have no doubt heard, to the effect that Bint ley waa already in search of another wealthy widow, Iv fact, he was en deavoring to get some one to introduce him to a handsome widow who owns an eetate valued at about $2,000,000, in cluding several prominent business blocks upon which ie emblazoned the name of her late hnsband. Bentley only wished an introduction and he would do the rest, being satisfied of his persuasive powers. Bentley is about "5 ■ earsof age and Mr;. Nordholdt was aged 61 years at the time of her deatli. These rumors assumed such a shape that the district attorney ordered an in vestigation several days ago. On la>,t Saturday Coroner Cates exhumed the remains of Mrs. Nordholdt-Bentley at Rosewood cemetery. A further examination was made yes terday, and, while the coroner will not state what wae discovered, it is believed that traceß of poison were found in the stomach. A subsequent investigation was held last evening in a drug store on Spring street, the coroner and several pbysi oinno hoina of the party. The result of tho investigation was not ghen out by the coroner, he stating that he was act ing under instructions of secrecy. However, it is this investigation, no doubt, that led to tbe issuance of the warrant. For the past several days Eentley has been surveillance —his every movement watched. Up to 1 o'clock this morning Bentley had not been brought to the county jail. I tie believed, however, that he was arrested, aud held a prisoner at his resi dence. It ie stated, and perhaps with Borne ctodenca, tlißtMrs. Nordholdt deeded to Bentley a portion, or perhaps all of her property, before the marriage ceremony, as that was the consideration of the I marriage. In her last will she gave all of her re meaning property to Bentley, bequeath ing to hi r children only $5 each. Immediately alter the marriage her eon and daughter moved from the fam ily residence at East Seventh and Wall streets. The fellow Bently is a German by birth, and seems to have a maoia ior riches, end has been known to appiosch comparative strangers and offer them money, in eaee of success, if ihty would introduce him to rich widows. lIKNTLKY's CAKEER UKUE ABOUTS. Ilenry Beiitk-y, since leaving tbe oc cupation of a gardener in Pbijcaix, Ariz., has been looking around for wealthy widows. lie seemed to believe that the field was more profitable and better than to assume tbe title of a count or a "dook" and fish for heiresses. Yet everything was fish, or game, that came in his way. tin arriving in Los Angeles about two years ago, he wae employed as a coach man for Mr. Robinson, the dry gooda merchant, and afterward by Major Jones. During this time he kept both eyes on the alert for rich widows with susceptible fancies, who might possibly become infatuated with a coachman. He organized in his mind a marriage bureau, and offered to several of his ac quaintances certain sums of money if they would procure for him a wealthy widow, the money to be paid over after he had married the unsuspecting widow and gotten possession of her property. A matrimonial broker introduced him to Mrs. Nordholdt of this city, who owned property valued at about $75,000. She seems to have become smitten with the "coachy," and acting against the advice of her children, fled to San Jose with the coachman, and married him about one year ago. While there the fellow induced the old lady to deed him all of her property. They then went to San Frenbieeo, where it is said he placed his bride, aged about 64 years, in an attic room in a third-rate lodging house. She being unable to move around without assistance he left a fe male attendant with her, to act as a spy upon her movements, Bluebeard Bentley then came to Loe Angeles, and was certtiug a wide swath with the dude element. Bentley's long absence caused the old lady to write to one of her children in quiring as to his movements. They now learned of the marriage, the deeding of tho property, and the further fact that lientley'a mission here was to put the deeds upon record. The children were about to institute legal proceedings for the recovery of the property, when the adventurer, Bentley, hied him to a lawyer who, Bentley stated, advised him to clap a mortgage "History Repeat* Itself," And bo does Hood's Farsaparflla iv the remark* able cures it la continually accomplishing, you will give this medicine a fair trial ltwi uo you good. Hood's Fills act easily, yet efficiently. /\^pod rule- Buy^'eßest Cleveland's Baking Powder. on some of the property co that he would have money to fee the lawyers. He acted upon this legal advice, and re ceived $8500 on a mortgage. On his return to San Francieco he found his wife ill, when they returned to this city. But l'entley waß not idle. He ad vertised in the free-and-eaey columns of a San Francisco paper for a wife. Among those who answered the advertisement "just for fun," of course, was a Miss Emma Casey and a Miss Hancock, The former wae chief engineer of a boarding house, and as Bentley represented him self as a real estate operator with un limited nerve, she Bold her boarding house, and following Bentley's advice, came south. Arriving here Bhe states that she found herself to be deceived, and that Bentley also had a wife. She upbraided him for tampering with her young affections, when Bentley said to Miss Casey, "You are attempting to blackmail me 1" For a Bhort time there was the usual coolness between them, and they made up again, perhaps with the ÜBual kiss. Mica Casey claims that Bentley eaid to her: "True, lam a married man, but my wile will not live more than three months, and then I will marry you, and settle enough property on you to make you independent." After the death of Mrs. Bentley Miss Casey Btates that the words of Bentley came euddeuly to her mind, especially as the death occurred within the speci fied time. She then talked about bringing a suit for $6000 damages, but was told she had no cause for action—it was a Btand off. In the meantime Miss Hancock was Buffering fiom a heart lacerated and affections all torn up, in consequence of Bentley's promising to marry her. She wrote him a note that she would make it rather warm for him unless he ful filled his promises or made reparation. She has asked her attorneys to secure for ber $6000, which she alleges is about the extent of her heart troubles. This seems to be the usual value. The t so claimants are now ia the city, hoping to receive damages for their young love, blaßted through a matrimo nial advertisement. WHAT THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY BAYS. Yesterday a Herald reporter had some conversation with District Attor ney H. C. Dillon with reference to the I charges against Bentley. He stated that the matter has been under investigation for some time. Last Saturdoy he au thorized Coroner Cates to have the re mains of Mre. Bentley exhumed and an examination made of them, with refer ence to the discovery of traces of strych nine poison. The theory upon which tbe examination was to be made was that Bentley hastened her death by ad ministering pjieon in small dosee, and finally one dose was too large and carried the old lady off. It ie said that after her death embalm ng fluid was used by the undertakers, which con tained arsenic, to reduce the size of the body so that it would go into the coffin, for after death, the remains turned black and swelled. It was believed that if strychnine had been used its traces would Lie found in tact in spite of the fact that the arsenic bad been used. One reason, it is said, for the assump tion that strychnine was u»ed is, that a detective, who has wo>ked on the case, claims to have information as to thq ft % / Beauty of skin and purity of blood go hand in hand. No greater blessing than a ekin without blemish, and a body nourished by pure blood, is vouchsafed to man or woman. It ie the foundation of health and happiness. Xo cleanse the blood, skin, and ecalp of every emo tion, impurity and disease, and restore the hair, no agency iv the world of med icine is so speedy, economical and un failing as the Cuticuba Remedies. Ev erything about them inspires confidence. They art- absolutely pure, and may be used on the youngest infant. They af ford immediate relief in the most agon izing of itching and burning eczemas, and other itching, scaly and crusted, ekin and ecalp diseases. They prevent inflammation and clogging of the pores, the cause of pimples, blotches, black heads, red, rough and oily ekin. They epoedily cure humors of the blood and skin, with loss of hair, whether simple, scrofulous, hereditary, or ulcerative. They cleanse the system of all impuri ties by internal and external medica tion, and constitute tho most effective treatment of modern times. Bold everywhere. Price: Cuticuba, 50c: Soar, 25c; Kshoi.vcht, $1,00. Prepared by I'uxraa Dauo Ann Chubicai. Ooaroaamx, Beaton. "All About the Skin, Scalp and Hair," 64 pages, 300 I m r„, .. mailed free. Baker Iron Works 950 10 965 BUXNA VISTA ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. Adjoining the Southern Pacific grounds, Tel ephone 114, 7-21 purchase of strychnine by Bentley be fore Mrs. Bentley'e death. There have evidently been Borne etormvecenee between the detective and Bentley recently. As recently as Sun day, a week ago, a Herald reporter waß standing by the stairway leading from the detective's rooms, when Bentley, pale and evidently greatly excited, came hurriedly down the stairs, mumbling to himself and preeenting all the appear ance of a man who had been frightened half out of his wits. He waß followed in a few seconds by a patrolman who kept him under surveillance. It Took Trouble, but He Got It. About two or three months ego I pur chased from you a bottle of Chamber lain'e Cough Uemedy, put up in Dcs Moineß, la. Such good results were ob tained from its use that I enclose $1 and ask that you eend me two bottles by ex press.—J. A. ScmvKii, 18 East Fif teenth Btreet, New York city. To. H. H. Lane, druggist, Peekekiil, N. Y. Mr. Scriven is president of one of the largest shirt factories in New York, and widely known in business circles. When troubled with a cold give this remedy a trial and, like Mr. Scriven, you will want it when again in need of euch a medicine; 50 cent bottles for eale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main street, druggist. The Polish meeting, which was to have been held at the United States hotel last, evening, was postponed on ac count of the rain until next Monday evening at the office of G. de Laveaux, 106 North Main street. Falling Hair Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy a bottle of skookum root hair grower than a wig; besides, woaring your Jwn hair ia more convenient. All druggists. California Vinegar Works, 555 Banning street, opposite soap factory, m ar Alameda and First streets, one-half Dlock from electric light works. Visiting Cords Kngraved At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 702. Use German Family Poap. CATARRH, And all the Various Diseases of the Head, Throat and Chest Successfully Treated by AI. HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.,M.C.P.S O No. 137 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., By the AKRKAN By»tom of Practice, Com bined with Proper Constitutional Rem edies When Re;uired. CONSUMPTION. The following are prominent symptoms In the first stage, aud wherever any oi them exist a thorough examination Ehould always be made with a vtew to arrest the disease if shown to exist: There is usually a sense of wearineas upon a littie exercise, a disposition to remain passive and idle, despondency, often from no apparent cause, a peculiar sensitiveness to the effect of cold, and a brrathlessness upon mov ing quickly or asceudiug a hill or stairs, a slight, hacking eongh, with or without expec toration, excitability upon slight occasions, flying pains through tho chest or back, or uu der Die shoulder blades. The symptoms are mere noticeable toward or during the night; slight fever in the afternoon, cold feet and hands, or in many cases blue lividity of the lips aud roots of the finger nails. Sometimes spitting of blood or stight streakß in the mu cous is the first indication of tubercular de posit, or it may by a chilly sensation in the back, fell; wed by more or lees heat In the palms of the hands, or an afternoon on the cheeks. The sow and gradual inr.'ads ot 'thin form ol consumption kayo the stomach aud appe ite undisturbed for a considerable timf. Mnally, however, hectic fever and night sweats supervene, preceded by diarrhoea, Then the loss oi flesh and strength becomes rapid, tii'i chest contracts: the features sharpen, the eye attain-an unusual brilliancy, and the pa tient begins to realize that ho is in tho last stage of confi mt;d con umptlon. Persous desirwig treatmeut by this sysfeui of practice can use the remedies at home as well as ai our office, aud which wIP cause no incon venience or hindrance to busiuess whatever. Consultations free.and prices within toe reach of all. Tne very best of references from those already cured. Chose who desire to consult with me In re gard to their cases bad better call at the offlce for an examination, but if impossible t'> visit trie Offlce personally, may write for a list of questions and circular, both of which will be sent free of charge. Address 51. Hilton Williams, M. D,, 137 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. DISEASES OF MEN. WHITE'S' PRIVATE DISPENSARY. 126 North Main Street, bk The most successful Private Ulsease doctoi In thu State. Gonorrhea, Gleet, Bflctnre, Seminal Weakness, Norvous DeLUlty, Syphilis, -in, ana Kidney dlsoasos and Sexual Weakness successfully treated. Med icines trepared in private laboratory, Both ■exes consult in confidence. Dr. White hat no hired substitutes. You see the doctor only. Dr White is the only specialist In tke stale who exclusively treats private, nervous and chronic diseases. Cures guaranteed in all curable cases. Don't waste time with patent medic nes. If you have any sexual trouole consult Dr. White. Scientific treatment Seasonable charges. BARGAINS IN LOTS! Walnut Grove Tract —Central Avenue— Elecrtic Car Line—Cement Walks and City Water piped to every lot. Terms Easy. Call at once. C. E. DAY & CO., 121 South Broadway. Los Angeles, California. W. P. M'INTOSH, Estate Agent, 144 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. HAS FOR SALE : The choicest 10 and 20 acre tract 3 ol orangu <IV acres on Cypress avenue, Reulands, ad land at Kcdlands on 10 years' time; only 10 Joinfntr the eloguut resident! of Isaac Fo<d, percent, cash down and no further payment with 315 orange fees in hearing; house worth lor 10 years; only 6U per cent. Interest; only 1 $2500: all for $6000; only one-third cash, ual mlle from the po'stonicc Price, $300 per aero, ance long time al <>H per cent, net Interest, including wster piped to each tract. 40 acres adjoining the beautiful Mentone Orange land aud oranae trees at Meutone, rmrserles, wltn pressure water and necessaiy $200 to $350 per acre: from % to miles nrst-cla>s budded oraugo trees to plant same, irom both railroad depots. Terms, one-thirtl $12,500. cash, balance in 5 years at 8 per cent per au- acres at Mentone, adlolning the ice f'ic num. try, with abmtonc-thlrd planted to '2-year-old Every tree guaranteed to live or bo replaced b ids; two-story house, pressure water; only at expense of company. Have experienced 9)500, crbhardists to plant and care for laud for ab- 160 acres 1 mile from Crafton station, 00 seni owue Batsl 75 per acre a month until in aensof which is fluo orange land, with fine bearing. No bud planted less than 4 feet spring on upper portion, for SCO per acre, tall. The orchards at Mentone have never j Also 10-se;e orange groves, planted ono year, been injured by frost, wind or fruit pests. ' Irom $320 to $400 per acre. A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS. NURSERY FOR BALB. . ~ , , ~ , 10 acres in "ranees ana nursery of 70,000 121) acres, peri ctly level, 1* miles from con- hU ddcd orance and lemou Tees, all from 3to S te , r „ ot R « ,181,<, »- wlth , o ?Z..£?„ m . in r r 8 i . nct >'" B feet tall, the hi st location and finest nursery at of Boar Valley wster.wilh 9t,00 first-class Wash- Meutone All trees grown without any pheltcr ington navel orange trees to plant. Only $310 ev ,. r M . i>, ice, $20,000. Will accept Wof per acre, or $2SO without the trees. Will sell price in trees hi $1 each. The orchard without half at same rate. the nursery is worth half of the price. 10 acres all pn'Pjred for trees and necessary xlm ~„„•„„, s and residence lots in Mentone, trees to plant, $2,0 per acre; only l\ miles whore lois have advanced more than 20 per linm Ue.tandN postofice. cent, in,pa"t 30 d»ys on account of the cheap lOacroj. all In be»ring, only >4 mile from power , or ma unfai tuiing and the pure water Crafton tation, $1,000; % cash, balance long and dry climate time. Thisprico is 40 percent, lets than its city property sold and money loaned, present value. g W. P. McINTOSH, 144 S. Main Street, LOS ANGELES, CAL. l-25-eod-2m THE COLUMBIAN FAIR EXCURSION CO. Incorporated for the Purpose of Affording- Its Certificato Holders Visiting the World's Fair First-Class Accommoda tions at a Moderate Price. We control and operate the following hitels: The Costelln. 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