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, Weather Korean.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
,»>ehtuarT 8, 1893.
S,n. I T»«» IThw !HTt 'n, 1W» A I v.l,
I ft. ra.
I p. m
v.w p. mjov.ioj u«* i f, I oe. i a n louay
Max. tern., 55: mm. tern.. 51.
Rainfall past 24 hours, .09.
Rainfall tor the season, 15.94,
I Forecast for Southern California: Occa
ssional rein, warmer in the vicinity of Los A
ngeles: southerly wiuds.
The regular annual meeting of the
chamber of commerce will be held at
Chamber rooms tomorrow at 3 p. m.
The Anaheim Co-operative Beet Sugar
company of Orange county tiled its arti
cles of incorporation yesterday in the
county clerk's office in this county. Tbe
directors are E. P. Fowler, of National
City: Thomas J. Jones, Anaheim;
Frank J. Capitain, Los Angeles; S. Lit
tlefield and Plez James, Anaheim ; H.
A. Pierce, Garden Grove; A. Rimpau,
Anaheim. The capital stock is $50,0,000,
oi which $375,000 is subscribed.
A number of young men of t! .is city
have organized a literary society which,
- from all appearances, will be a most
fgnccessful organization. The members
I met in J. M. Books' office and discussed
topics of various importance, among
• which were parliamentary If,w, politics
and the annexation of Hawaii. The lat
ter subject was laid over till their next
meeting, Thursday evening, the 16th
, instant, which is to be held in their
hall in Temperance temple, and promises
' to be very well discussed,
The Alhambra Shoe Manufacturing
company filed articles of incorporation
yesterday in the county clerk's office.
The purposes of the company are to
manufacture, buy, sell and deal in shoes,
boots, harness, and auy and all kinds of
leather goods. The principal place of
business is Alhambra, and the directors
I are Milbank and Gail B. Johnson, F.
jEdward Gray, J. M. Elliott and J. A.
Green. The capital stock ia $25,000, of
' which $15,000 has been subscribed.
World's Fair.
Are you going <»o the world's fair ? If
[10, settle now tbe all important prob-
I lem, where Bhall I stay and what wiil it
cost? For circular letter giving in
formation of special advantage to you on
hthese points, call on or address A.
f Phillips & C 0.,, 138 South Spring Btreet,
Los Angeles.
[ Oysters 50 cents a dozen any style,
f Hollenbeck Hotel cafe, 214 Second st.
There are undelivered telegrams at
I the Weßt am Union telegraph office,
' coiner of Main and Court streets, Feb
>uary 8, 1893. for Miss Louicera L.
Tobey, Miss Louisa L. Tobey, B. F.
Potter, Mr. A. H. Griffeney, Frank L.
Straight. Frances C. Jackson. '
It Took Trouble, bat He Got It.
About two or three months ago I pur
chased from you a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, put up in Dcs
Moines, la. Such good results were ob
tained from its use that I enclose $1 and
ask that you send me two bottles by ex
praas.—J. A. Scriven, 18 East Fif
teenth Btreet, New York city. To. H.
H. Lane, druggiat, Peekßkill, 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, yon will
Want ft when again in need of such a
medicine; 50 cent bottles for sale by C.
F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main street,
Go to 150 to 165
North Spring street and inspect the
renowned Weir stove, the best in the
world. They will save yon 40 per cent
in fuel. All the latest improvements.
The W. O. Furrey Company
Do all kinds of plumbing work at
reasonable prices. Be sure and call
npon them before going elsewhere. All
work warranted.
The finest in the city; the favorite of
eastern tourists. Service unexcelled on
the coast. Meals served ala carte.
French dinners from 12 till 8 p. m.
Ladies' parlor connected.
Gntlary, Bar Fixtures, Agateware
fn endless varieties, at prices that are
bound to suit you, at the W. C. Fnrrey
company, 159 to 165 North Spring street.
• _R- H. List, notnry public. Lege! papers care
fully drawn. 127 W, Second. Telephone lUS.
Loa Angeles people desiring a change will
appreciate the fact that at Coronado Beach
the rainfall for this season has been scarcely
over an inch, not one-fifth the rain at Los An
geles. Every day Is an edition of Ihe June
days of our childhood, only with n few more
' embellishments on the covers—the sunrises
and sunsets being particularly fine just now.
For information about the beautiful Hotel del
Coronado, call at the agency, 129 North Spring
Street, Los Angelea
Heng Lee's Holiday Goods.
Chinese and Japanese curios, silk dress pat
terns; ladies'embroidered silk handkerchiefs,
two for 25 cents. Manufactures ladies' under,
wear and gents' furnishing goods. Also an ex
tensive line of new holiday goods at very low
prices. Please call and inspect our stock he
fore purchasing elsewhere. No. 505 North
Main street, near pluza.
liOplzlcb. & Banaz
Are now conducting the New Vienna restau
'ran', 12 Court street, formerly known as
Mitchell's." Everything flrst-ehUs, with rates
reasonable. Quick service and vollto atten
tion. Give us a triaL
Again to the Front.
R. Cohen, formerly of the well-known Vienna
oakery, is once more in business and is located
at 340 South Spring street, where he is con
ducting a coffee and lunch room and where he
will be pleased to see his mujiy friends aud the
public in general.
Ban Diego Land Office
And Bureau of information; San Diego and
Los Angeles excursion office (1.. A. and S. 11.
Steamship Co.), C apt. Alphonso 11. Smith, gen
eral manager. Office, ISSI s. I.roadway. llranch
Office, Strong <fc Arms of Sah Diego.
OoesmoDss Wine Agency.
We are now prepared to furnish families with
line old Cucamonga wine* and brandy : also,
fine old northern dry wines. 313 North Main
■treet, Downey block. Telephone SSiO,
California Vinegar Works,
655 Banning street, opposite soap factory,
near Alameda and Kirst streets, one-half block
from electric light works.
Onr Rome Itrew.
Maier & Zohclein's Lager, fresh from the
trewery, on draught in all the principal sa.
{loons, delivered promptly iv tattles or kegs
r Office and brewery, 444 Aliso st. Telephone Ul
The Beat and Cheapest
'.Tailoring done at 40-i South Spring street.
'Alterations, dyeing and cleaning; inislit cloth
ing bought; repairing neatly done.
Visiting Cards Engraved
At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 7G2.
Wall paper, 337 S. Spring. Samples sent.
Vis Gibmah Family Boat.
CMdrenJty Jbr_ Pitcher\ Castoria;
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 for 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 ; bneinesß chances that afford
an income for a small investment; per
sonal notices; special notices; profes
sional cards; announcements of money
to loan and money wanted, and much
besides. Kates are 5 cents a line per
day, with lower rates by the month.
I 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 tbat
half of a 50x150 lot planted with it will
almost support a cow. A subscription
remittance and a request for tbe pre
mium will bring it through the mail.
Catalina island, a summer resort in
winter. Ocean ail around makes the
climate many degrees warmer than on
the main land. Never a frost. Bathing
same as in summer. Avalon house open
the year round. Fish right ont of the
water a specialty. Address Mrs. S. A.
Wheeler, Avalon.
The Shulti's Pipe company are highly
pleased over the way subscriptions for
stock are coming in. Investors of from
$100 to $5000 should call early at 103
South Broadway and investigate this
new pipe, aa all the shares to be sold at
50 per cent will soon be taken.
The Herald can be found in San Fran
cisco at the Palace and Occidental hotel
newß stands; in Chicago at the Post
office news stand: in Washington at
the Washington news exchange; in
Denver at Hamilton cV Kendrick's.
If you have any use or need' of
a screen, call on Sanborn, Vail & Co.
They have a large assortment in all
styles, sizes and finishes, in singles and
three-folds, with fancy lining. Odd
sizes and of all kinds made to order.
133 S. Spring street.
The Herald is the city official
paper of Los Angeles. All notices and
ordinances by the council and street
superintendent appear only in its col
umns. Property owners should not fail
to read these notices.
C. Grosmann, auctioneer and gen
eral broker. General merchandise
bought for cash and handled on commis
sion. Rooms 14 and 15 Bryson-Bone
brake bleck, Second and Spring streets.
Dr. Chas. de Szigethy is now located in
the Bryeon-Bonebrake block. Residence,
Baker block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30.
Sundays and evenings by appointment.
Office tel. 1056; residence tel. 1156.
Miniature engravings of celebrated
pictures from European galleries can be
had at Sanborn, Vail & Co.'s, 133 South
Spring street. These are fine goods,
and make a very interesting collection.
Call and see them.
The City of Pekin is safe, and so will
you be if you let the Willamette Lum
ber company, 204 South Spring street,
figure your lumber bill for you. See
Choice fruit land, best of soil and best
of water right, is now being offered by
tbe Hemet Land company at $100 per
acre, including water. Apply at room
28, Baker block.
Illich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main street. Everything new and first
class. Private apartments. Fresh fish,
oysters and gams daily. Open all night.
Mr. Percy R. Wilson will talk about
Switzerland and the Alps, before the
Unity club tonight. Admission free.
The Windermere, on Ocean avenue,
Santa Monica, is a pleasant winter re
sort, beautifully situated overlooking
the Pacific ocean.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309.
Dr. Price. M. R. C. V. S., veterinary
surgeon, California stables, 373 N. Main
st. Business punctually attended to.
Arrowhead Hot Springs, the famous
winter resort for Southern California.
'Bus meets all day trains at Arrowhead
Before you buy your '.timber get figures
from Clark & Bryson, wholesale and
retail lumber dealers, 123% West Second
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and sur
geon. Office and residence, 126 North
Main, new McD. block. Telephone 284,
We manufacture everything in the
looking-glass line; all work guaranteed.
H. Raphael & Co., 408,410 South Spring.
Have your old mirrors resilvered as
good ac new at H. Raphael & Co., 408,
410 South SpriDg.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 142% North
Main street. Office hours from Bto 10
a. m. and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346.
Dr. O. Edgar Smith, rapture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel
Ramona, Third and Spring eta. Crown
and bridge work.
Dr. Schiffman, dentist, has removed
to North Main street, Lichtenber
ger block.
Fine watch repairing a specialty. Con
radix Spring and Franklin. Reasonable.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street.
Dr. Hollingßworth, reopened dental
office, South Spring atreet.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Dr. Lindley, 331 South Spring street.
Mr. R. Richardson, recently steno
grapher in the general freight of the
Southern California Railroad company,
is now with the California Fruit com
Col. R. C. McPherson, formerly of
Loa Angeles and now United Stat.ee com
miaaioner of immigration for the Btate
of California, is registered at the Hollen
beck. He is en route to San Diego, ac
companied by A. H. Geffeney, his' pri
vate secretary, to look into the system of
examining immigrants at the above
mentioned port. He is also accom
panied by his two daughters and son-in
law, Mr. L. A. Bteiger, of the firm of A.
Steiger Sons of San Jose, large and ex
tensive manufacturers of hollow tile,
fire proof chimney pipe, Bewer pipe, and
architectural terra cotta. Some of the
largest and finest buildings in the state
are beautifully ornamented by terra
cotta fror l the <t'.,ove firm. Mr. Steiger
is one of Iw jrt manufacturers in
the state, . .» been in the business
for the past 17 yeare. Mr. Bteiger is
also accompanied by hie sister, Mrs. H,
Pfeister of San Jose.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kenewer has
restored grny hair to its original color ana pre
vented baldness in thousands of cases'. It will
do so to you.
Huggy robes and horse blankets at Foy's old
reliable saddlery house, 315 }}. Los Angeles st.
Dls Anxlons Friends Fear That He Has
Met With Violent Treatment
at the Hands of Low
There is no featnre of the curious as
well as the sad side of life which is bo
often brought to the attention of news
paper men as perplexing as the mysteri
ous disappearances of people which hap
pen at not infrequent periods. This city
has been the scene of several such
events, the latest occurring Tuesday
evening. It is but fair to premise the
story with the statement that the
Mends of the missing man have been
■little hasty in assuming that anything
seriouß is keeping him out of sight,
tbeugh it iB by no means impossible.
In brief, tbe police were instructed
last night at the change of watch that
Harry Schoonmaker, a voting clerk, em
ployed at the office of Chester W. Max
son, 138,4 ftwrtn Soring street, had din
appeared and that it was feared that he
had met with fool play. l T p to the hour
of going to press no word had been
heard of hiro.
All day Tuesday Mr. Schoonmaker
was at work in hi? office, and gave not
the slightest intimation in word or ac
tion that aught was amisß. He was seen
by one of the frequenters of the office at
about 6:30 Tuesday evening, and said
goodnight and walked out, and since
then no one has seen him.
With many men a sudden, unex
plained absence of a day or two would
not cause much comment, but Mr.
Schoonmaker'a friends explain their
great alarm by the fact that he was a
man cf exceptionally regular habita, and
was never known to deviate a hair's
breadth from his daily routine. He is a
man of a moat courteous nature, and
those who know him state that there is
only one possible explanation of hia ab
sence, and that is tbat he has been the
victim of footpadß.
Mr. Schoonmaker roomed at 917 South
Main street. Investigation yesterday
disclosed the fact that he had not been
at hia apartment since he left it on
Tuesday morning, and that all hia
clothes and belongings were there. Mr.
Schoonmaker'a mother Uvea at Paaa
dena, and she had not seen him, and iB
naturally much distressed, aa are his
friends generally, for he ia an amiable
young man whom to know ia to like.
A Salt Against the Stockholders Oanaes
a Meeting.
The Fruit Growers' union of Southern
California held a meeting yesterday
morning in tbe art department of the
chamber of commerce. The meeting
was held to determine waa action was
to be taken in regard to the suit against
the union and ita memberß individually,
brought by a Mr. Withrow.
The union waa formed about one year
ago and is composed entirely of orange
growers. Its object was to advance the
interests of the local growers. It was
organized as a stock company and of
ficers were employed, among them be
ing Mr. George J. Mitchell of Pomona
as secretary.
The cause for the suit by Mr. With
row seems to be owing to the demorali
zation of the fruit market. Last year
the union did not pan out as favorably
aB had been expected, and according to
Mr. Mitchell's statements some of the
members became delinquent in their
stock and he could not collect the money
due to him.
He turned his claim, amounting to
about $700, over to Mr. Withrow, who
brought suit. Mr. Mitchell accepted
Bervice and allowed the case to go by de
fault. Owing to the union having no
property or effects on which to levy,
Mr. Withrow brings the present suit
against each member individu
ally, and the union alao. The
memberß had received no intimation of
the first suit until judgment was ren
dered, and when the papers for the sec
ond suit were served on them the meet
ing of yesterday waß called to take some
action on the matter. Mr. Mitchell
denied none of the factß as given, but
claimed that he waa justified in his
action. After some discussion tbe chair
appointed a committee to investigate
the affair and to report on Monday,
February 20th, at 10 a. m., at the cham
ber of commerce. The committee iB
James D. Reymert, chairman, George J.
Griffith and John Scott.
She Claims Her iloy Died From Being
Whipped In School.
Mrs. Lizzie Clauson, who lives at 205
Omar street, believes tbat her 11-year
old boy, August, died from injuries re
ceived from a whipping given him by a
teacher iv the Geary-street school.
To a Herald reporter yesterday she
made the following statement:
"On Friday, a week ago, my little
August went to school aa usual. He
came home at 2 o'clock, and complained
of pain in his stomach from a whipping
his teacher, Mrs. Frazer, had given him.
I asked him what he had done. He said:
'I was standing in the yard with my
hands in my pocket and she called me
in and hit me with a strap on the
stomach.' He complained of pain in
stantly, and on Monday could not go to
school. That morning another boy
came and eaid his teacher wanted to
know why August had not come to
school. I said because the whipping he
bad got had made him sick. On Tues
day he goteo bad that I aent for Dr. Gar
rison of 121 South Main street. He told
the doctor that his stomach hurt him
Weak Painful
f Kidneys
Hack ache, side ache,
sharp, shooting pains
and rheumatism.coughs,
colds, chest pains and
palpitation relieved in
one minute by the
Cuticura Anti-Pain
Plaster, the first and
only pain-killing plas
ter. It restores vital
electricity, and hence is
most powerful in the
treatment of nervous
pains, weakness, numbness and paralysis.
Price: 35c; fivr. $1.00. At ill druggists or by mail.
*orra« Davo and Chxm. Cokf., Boston.
316 Commercial itreet, Los Angelea, Cal.
Strongest of all pure cream of tartar powders. — See
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It does more work and finer work than any other.
where he had been hit. He wan all
black and blue whore the strap had hit
him. He kept getting worse, and on
Thursday could not retain anything on
his stomach, and on Friday at 2 o'clock
he died. The doctor said that he had
typho-malarial fever, but I know better.
Mrs. Danna, my friend, saw his poor,
brnised body."
Mrs. Elias has consulted Attorney
G. C. Stephens about the matter and
says she intends to have the matter
thoroughly investigated.
A Herald reporter went to the school
to see Mrs. Frazer. but she was out.
The principal, however, said there was
absolutely no foundation for Mrß.
Clauson's complaint. She said August
had not been whipped for Bix weeks
prior to his death, and on that occasion
was lightly hit about the legs with a
strap in "the presence of the whole
school. She said the story tbat he had
been hurt by a whipping had been cir
culated by two disreputable boys.
The reporter waß shown the strap
which is used at that school for inflict
ing punishment. It is a narrow, short
bit of leather, and, as the principal put
it, w,as used only to switch the legs of
bad scholars.
Dr. Garrison presumably does not
take any stock in the mother's story, as
he issued a death certificate that the
cause of demise was typhoid fever.
Be Will Be Taken to Ban Diego
R. A. Bird waa arrested in thia city
laat evening by Constable C. D. Boyd,
of San Diego. Bird waa caught at 811
Weat Eleventh atreet ebout 10 o'clock
last evening, where he had gone to call
upon some relatives, with whom his
wife is visiting. He was taken to the
central police station, and will be taken
back to San Diego this afternoon to stand
trial on the charge of embezzlement.
Bird was formerly superintendent of
the Rues Lumber company at San Diego,
and was arrested on tbe charge oi em
bezzling $700.
The caae came np on preliminary ex
amination on Tuesday, and was contin
ued for one week. His bail was fixed at
$1000, and he was to give bail the next
day, being released upon his own re
cognizance; but instead he took the
train yesterday morning for Los Angeles.
Constable Boyd boarded the next train,
arrived here at 6 o'clock last evening,
and soon had hia Bird in charge.
Fine Financial Report of the Athletic
Club's Treasurer.
At the quarterly meeting of the Loa
Angeles Athletic club last night, the
financial secretary made a report which
was very gratifying to the members. It
showed that the indebtedness of the or
ganization had been reduced over $1200
during the last quarter, and that pros
pects of the club were now very bright.
Arrangements are beina made for a
grand field day at the Athletic grounds
on Washington's birthday, when the
Riverside and Loa Angelea lacrosse
teama will meet, and possibly there will
be a football game between the Chaffee
college and Loa Angeles teams.
Homely Faces
Softened Into Great
Beauty by La Freckla.
Made young again by LA FRECKLA.
La Freckla is the greatest, the most wonder fa
and the only care iv existence for freckles,
LA FRfIOKLA Is the latest sensation among
physicians and chemists. Discovered by Mme.
Yale and ased by her until her beauty became
so wonderful that those who knew her before
became afraid of her great and bewitching
beauty. Mme. Yale at the age of 40 looked 18.
Her complexion iB so beautiful one has to go
close to see she is a living being, Mme. Yale
has placed La Freckla on the market. The
women of the world may have the benefit of
her secret and become as beautiful as this love
ly Queen of Beauty. Send 6 cents in stamps
and Mme. Yale will send you free of charge
her famous Beauty Book she has written to in
struct women how to become beautiful.
LA FREUKLA will be shipped you upon re
ceipt of price, or jou may get ft from your
druggist. Mme. Yale's book instructs young
firls how to win a husband, and married ladies
ow to retain their husbands' affections, and
women ol all ages how to be beautiful.
Price of La Freckla.
For sale by all flrst-class druggists. '
Address all orders and letters, MME. M,
YALE, Beauty and Complexion Specialist.
37 WEST 14TH ST., N. Y.
Diamonds ln Winter Time.
Cbarcoal. Kindling, and fuel oi all kinds.
Mill Feed a specialty.
343 8. Broadway. 1181 m Los Angeles, Cal.
Cor. Broadway and Second. f
Open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 8;30 p.m. Of
ficial business meetings every Wednesday at
8 P.m. J. M. GRIFFITH, President.
JOHN SPIERS, Secretary. 8-19 6m
Halrdressing and Manicure Parlors,
107 North Spring street, room 23
Schnm&oher clock.
_ Shampooing done at residence* if desired.
Graduate of Laval and MoQUI,
Mining Engineer.
Head office, Quebec; branch office, Montreal,
Canada. 12-20 ly
Essence of Life
Cures Seminal Weakness,
Cures Nervous Debility,
Stops Involuntary Losses,
And all troubles cansed by youthful
indiscretions and excesses. This
medicine Is infallible and purely
Price, $2 Per Bottle or 6 for $10.
Can be had in put form at same prices
if preferred. Consultation aud advice
free, verbally or by letter. All com
munications strictly confidential. Ad
Dr. P. Steinhart,
Rooms 12 & 13, 331.; S. Spring St.,
Los Angeles, Ual.
Offlcn hours from 9 am. to 2 p.m. Evening
6to 7 p.m. Sundays, 10 a.m. to 12 m.
Yon can not stop the passing years. I'ou can
look youmi. Looking young, yon feel young.
Mrs. Nettie Harrison's busiucES Is to aid you by
making articles guarauteed to bring beauty to
faces wrinkled, pimply, rough, frees led and
old. M KS. 8 LAWRENCE, hair dresser and
manicure, 353 South Spring street, Los An
geles, sells them.
Prevents Wrinkles.Aging.Dry-
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CREME Prcsorrcs tbo Completion.
m^^ Tso Fer Pot.
Ladies who wear sal-
low, sunken complex-
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selves and friends with
pimi>leß, rough, hairy
faces do not know that \
thousands of ladies owe
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HARBISON'S toilet arti- \£j • J
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Every Article IsSS^i
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ly pure. Perfectly YtVMJM
harmless. Kemem- \ 3
ber the place,
353 South Spring Street, l.os Angeles.
Tor any special or complicated blemish of
the face and form, write MRS. NEI TIE HAR
RISON, 26 Geary street. Ban Franclsoo, Gal.
Superfluous hair permanently removed.
If Yon Hare Defective Eyes
And value them, consult us. No case of defec
tive vision where glasses are required la too
complicated for us. The correct adjustment of
frames is quite as important as the perfect fit
ting of lenses, aud the scientific fitting and
making of glasses and frames Is our only busi
ness (specialty). Have satisfied others, will
satisfy yoc. We use electric power, and are tha
only house hero that grinds glasses to order.
Established 1882.
S. Q. MARBHCTZ, Leading Scientific Opti
cian (specialist), 107 North Soring st., opp. ohl
courthouse. Don't forget tbe'number.
King's Rejal Germetner
Is a positive cure for
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Asthma,
Bowel, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Diseases,
General Debility and all Germ Diseases.
Manufactured b <r
Atlanta, Qa.
For coughs, colds,
and all lung
troubles use—
Crescent Malt Whiskey
It ia pure and health
ful. Sold only
by all diuggists.
Painless Dentistry,
Fine Gold Filling
The Standard-BredStalllon,
17,610, Race Record, 2:23,
Will stand lor public service the season of
1893 at our farm, Los Nietos, Cal.
Terms: l r 3o caßh, or approved note, at time
of sofVice. All mares bred by the season, with
usual return privilege. All mares at owner's
r.sk, as we will not be responsible for accidents
or escapes. Good pasturage, or fed hay if de
sired, at reasonable terms.
d-w 1-1 2m SANCHEZ BROS., Owners.
Blank Book Manufacturers
N. W. Cor. Temple and New High Sts.
T«lephoae 535. 1 n
as ffis^s
Walnut Grove Tract—Central Avenue
Electric Car Line. Cement Walks in front
of every lot. Call at once.
C. E. DAY & CO.,
I2i South Broadway. Los Angeles, California.
Lots I Episcopal Church Tract,
Thursday, Feb. 16th, at io O'Clock, on the Grounds.
Those lots arc magnificently Situated on elevated ground, and CLOSE TO SEVENTH
STREET CABLE, ONE MILK FROM I'OSTOFFICTS. No miffing ft necessary "they
are simply the nest lv the market, and such a chance to secure a barguln will hnrdlv
occur again. Terms, maps and full particularb of
C. A. SUMNER & CO., Auctioneers,
Incorporated for the Purpose of Affording- Its Certificate Holders
Visiting the World's Fair First-Class Accommoda
tions at a Modorate Price.
We control and operate the following hotels: Tho Costello, Portland, Everett, and the Bos
ton—all new, and equipped with all modern convenience*, and within five minutes' walk of the
north entrance. The Boston will bo tho headquarters of tho (irand Lodge of the I. Q. 0. F. dur.
lug the Fair.
Our books close April 1.1893. Now is tho time to secure your accommodations and insure
against exorbitant rates. Unused certificates redeemed lv cash.
Furnished at lowest prevailing rates on departure by any route. Parties ol fifteen and npward
can secure special cars to and from Cnicago.
The Hide and Leather National Bank of Chicago, trustee for certificate holders. The Loa
Angeles National Bank, collector for Southern California.
For rates, terms and full particulars call on or address
1-31 su-tu-th-st 2m VV. H. QOUCHER,
221) 8. Spring Bt., Los Angeles Theater building, General Agent for Southern California.
Fred. A. Salisbury
No. 345 South Spring Street. Tel. 226.
126 North Main Street, to ßa bi
The moit success!ul Private Disease doc
In the State. Gonorrhea. Gleet, Stricture
Bemlnal Weakness, Nervous Debility.
Syphilis, Skin ana Kidney diseases ant)
Sexual Weakness successfully treated. Mcd
lclnes prepared in private laboratory, Bath
sexes consult lv confidence. Dr. white ha>
no hired aubstltutes. You see the doctor only
Dr. White Is the only specialist ln the State
who exclusively treats private, nervous aud
chronic diseases. Cures guaranteed In all
curable cases. Don't waste time with patent
medicines. If you have any sexual trouole
consult Dr. White. Bcientiflo treatment.
Seasonable charges.
aftcr all persons wishing to have children
admitted into or discharged from tho "l.os An.
geles Orphans' Home," must make application
to tht Adnlssion Committee, at the Orphans'
Home, corner Yale nnd Alpine streets, on Fri
days, between tho hours of 9 a.m. aud 4 p.m.
All persons wishing to adopt or Indenture
children, are requested to apply at tha same
time and place,
Persons indebted to the society for hoard of
children are notified that payments must be
made promptly, at the same time and place.
Mich persons as do not regard tills direction by
March 1, 1893, aro notified that tbe hoard of
Managers will fojl at liberty to place their
children in good private homes.
Parents, relatives and friends'visiting days
are the second and iourth Fridays of each
month. This rule must b» strictly observed.
Los Angeles, Feb. 7,1893.
* * Printers ** *
109 East Second St., Los Angeles, Cal
Wedding stationery, ball programs, society
cards and high.grade prluilne ol every descrip
tion. Write for samples and estlmates.ll-1 6m
Established 1886.
IM. uULLINO With the Los Angeles Optical
Institute, 125 South Bpring street, Los Angeles
Byes examined freo. Artificial eyes inserted.
Lenses ground to order on premises, OccnUsta'
prescriptions correctly filled. 6-8 6m
Saturday, Feb. n, 1893,
At 10 a.m, and 2 p.m., largo consignment of
Furniture, Carpets, Etc,
Including Book Cases, Wardrobes, Cheffbniera,
Upholstered Parlor FurniUre, Easy and
Rattan Chairs and Rockers,
Bed Lounges, Bofas,
Pillows and Bedding.
426 & 428 South Spring Street.
At 0. K. Stables, 248 S. Main St.,
FRIDAY, Feb. io, at io A.M
One fine Kentucky driving hone, 5 years old,
a perfect animal, worth $400.
one fine r'ercheron stallion, 5 years old; veiy
hand tome, fine breeder, perfectly gentle.
Sis well brocen good young mares.
Twelve good young hordes and mares, from 3
to 5 years old, all sound and gentle.
Wilt be sold without reserve. If yon need a
good horse for any purpose, attend this endo
aud you will get v bargain.
MATLOCK & JiK-XD, Auctioneers.
—}t Embalming a SpecialtyJfj—
Alwnyn Open, Telephone 61.
530 Sonth Spring St., l.os Angeles, i
Telephone 1029.
SET OF lEETH, *r° TO ? »10. t,)altt
DR. !— eTfORD,
Late with tho Chicago College ol Dental
118 S. Spring St, Los Angele*
Honrs 8 a.m to 6:30p.m,
JaVConßultatlou free 8-28 8m

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