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Weather Bnrean.
Report of ob«ervatlons taken at Los Acgeles,
August 27, 1803:
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Msxlmnm temperature, 77.
Minimum temperature, 61.
Forecast for Southorn Ca'lfornla: Fair
weather, sight chanse. In the
Monday; westerly winds.
Pacific lodge No. T, K. of P., will give
their third annual picnic at the City
Gardens ou September 12.
Constable Mayer brought in a China
man' from Antilope valley yesterday
afternoon named Ah Fook, charged
with burglary. In default of bonds he
trill remain in jail until hie trial cornea
Tbe Typographical union, at its
monthly meeting yesterday, by a unani
mous vote, decided to purchase tickets
to the fall amount of its membership to
the labor excursion on next Monday,
Seytember 4th, to Redondo Beach.
A negro who goee by the name of
King Miller was arrested by Officer
Anble yesterday and locked up, charged
with robbery. He is charged with
breaking into a cigar store on Sin Pedro
■treet Saturday night, and smashed up
a Nickle-iu-the-Slot machine to get what
money was in it. The amount obtained
is not known aa the proprietors are ig
norant of how much there was in the I
machine. Pending examination, the
mm ia looked up in the city jail.
On Bunday it is said that a crowd of
voing men congregate on the balcony in
front of Armory hall on Broadway,
whose actions are anything but gentle
manly. A good many complaints have
been made of late regarding their antice
and remarks to ladies who chance to
pass this location, A lady informed a
Herald reporter yesterday aflernoon
tbat alio waa grossly insulted by tbia
gang by their vulgar remarks. Her
complaint wae further substantiated by
a Herald reporter, who watched the
assemblage for quite a while.
A nnmber of yonng men from tbia
city attended the races at Santa Barbara
on Saturday and returned yesterday.
They regard young Williama of Santa
Paula, the winner of the 10-mile handi
cap bicycle race, aa a wonder. He ie
said to be only a boy and is very
■lightly built, bnt ia the poseeseor of
plenty of grit. If he enters in the road
race at Riverside September 9th, it iB
probable that he will be placed on or
very near the scratch. The track at
Santa Barbara on Saturday was very
much cnt np when tbe 10-mile race was
ran, and the time made is regarded as
very excellent under the circumstances.
Attorney J. A. Haralson of Bakers
field ia in tbe city.
Guntber Wagner of Hansver, Ger
many, is a guest of the Holienbeck.
L. J. Rose, jr., of Ventura arrived in
the city last evening and ia regiatered
at the Holienbeck.
A. J. Moon of San Francieco, a gen
tleman well known on tbe Pacific coaat,
is etaying at tbe United States hotel.
Mies Noll C. Hill of this city will
leave on an extended tour of the states
the beginning of the month.
Miaa Annie Domingnss, a charming
yonng society lady of Loa Angeles, en
joyed the lights at Santa Monica yes
Dr. Geo. Wolf, Ftederlck Wolf, Fred
erick Ebert, Franz Urban, of Dresden,
and Hugo Frost of Berlin, are a party
from the Fatherland, at the Holienbeck.
Mr. Patrick Bradley, supervisor of tbe
Agnewa insane asylum, ia in the city on
official business. Mr. Bradley ia an
able officer who baa many warm frienda
Mark Watson, wbo haa been spending
a part of his vacation in Los Angelea,
leaves thia morning for Washington, D.
C to resume hie duties in one of tbe
offices of the war department.
F. A. Christmaa, representing the
well-known linn ot J. Banmgarter & Co.,
of San Francisco, is in the city and is at
the Holienbeck. Mr. Christmaa is tak
ing a much needed reet before returning
W. E. Hurley of Phoenix and H. E.
Slossen and E. A. Torrea of Gila Bend
arrived in the city last evening and are
at the Holienbeck. They brought in
six carloads of cattle, in number about
100 head, from Pbtenix. They report
tbe weather as being excessively hot.
Miss S. E. Hughes departs tbia even
ing for a vieit to the world'a fair. She
and Mr. A. B. Thomas, who started a
week ago, will probably be the only
representativea from Loa Angeles at the
grand international eiaaeddiod which
will be held next week in the world's
fair grounds under tbe ma-pices of the
Welah people. Ere she returna ebe will
vieit her old home in Bangor, Wie.,
Minneapolia and other pointa in Min
An .Excellent Lnaob
Today at The Library, 246 Sonth Broad
way. Drop in and convince yonraelf
that it ie tbe beet place in the city to
Natlck House.
Popular prices, central location, good
service. Only hotel running its own
free bus to and from depots. Day ratea,
$1.25, $.50 and $1; meala, 25 centa.
Corner Main and First atreet?, entrance
on Firat street. H. A. Hart & Sons,
Fire Insurance—Money tn Loan.
William R. Burke & Co., 213« North
Spring etreet, up etairs, Fire Insurance
agency. (Capital repreßented, $20,000,
--000 ) Lota of cheap money to loan on
real estate. Notary public.
Hotel Metropole, Catalina Island.
Enlarged. Fine orchestra. Fishing,
boating, bathing. For rateß apply to F.
B. Prussia, manager, or 130 Weet Second
street, Log Angelea.
For a good table wine.ortler our Sonoma
•Zinfandel at 50c per gal. T.Vache & Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Duffy'e pure Malt at Woollacott'a.
Bast India Herb Tea Cnres
Constipation, biliousness and headache,
Cleanses tho system, stimulates the livjr and
kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample free. H. M. BALE & SON, ageuts,
220 Couth Spring etreet.
Wall Paper at Cost.
Closing out ssle—Kckstrom & Strasburg, 307
and aO9 South Main street.
The best and most healthful beverage
in tbe market is the world-renowned
Pabst beer. It has no equal. Recog
nized to be the best brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee has
taken the first prize in all contests
against all competitors. Ask for the
Blue Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit
company, sole agents for Southern Cali
fornia, 218, 220 and 222 North Los An
geles street. Telephone 12.
The fall term o! studies at St. Vin
cent's college will commence Monday,
September 4tb. Day and hoarding
school for boys and young men. For
particulars apply to Very Rev. J. W.
Hickey. C. M.. President.
The W. H. Keeley & Co. Gold Cure
company have established an office at
IStfX South Main street, where drunk
enness, opium, morphine, cocaine and
tobacco habits will be positively cured
or money refunded.
Low prices without humbng and bun
comb tell the story. Joe Poheim the
tsilor lm- done more business the past
week than he has ever done before at
this timed tbe year. 143 South Spring
Dr. Charles deSzigethy is now located
in the Bryeon-Bonebrnke block. Resi
dence, Baker block. Office hours, 11:30
to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap
pointment. Office telephone, 1156; res
idence telephone, 1056.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 South
Spring street, special attention given to
obstetrical cases and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to
5. Telephone, 1227.
Why gaze at bare wells when you can
buy a remarque proof etching for 75
cents? The greatest bargain sale in
pictures ever offered is now in progress
at Lichtenberger'a art emporium, 107
North Main street.
Go to Ebinger's restaurant; best
French dinner and or.'er house in the
city. Everything tirst-clase. Attentive
white waiters. No Chineee employed.
Don't forget the place, southwest corner
Third and Spring.
A. Branson, room 88, Bryson block,
Los Angeles, Cal., having resigned the
aolicitorehip of the Southern California
Railway company (Santa Fe system),
will do a general business in state and
federal courts.
Lawn tennis shoes, any size, 65c; car
pet slippers, men's or ladies', 35c; fine
light men's shoes for the season, $2.50,
at the cheapest place on earth for boots
and shoes, 118 East First street.
The Illustrated Los Anobles Her
ald, which ie a very fine paper and
suited for sending to eastern friends,
can be obtained at T. McCarthy's book
store, Long Beach.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at the silversmiths
and draw ont new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Basement Times building.
324 South Spring street ie the place to
get bargains in furniture. Latest styles,
all varieties. Woodham & Co. Ie the
firm and they are selling away down.
A great rednction of fine tailoring.
Only a few tickets left to the bicycle to
be given away by Korn & Kantrowitz,
tbe Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, hairdreaeing and
manicuring, 107 North Spring street,
rooms 24, 25 and 26, Shnmacber block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
Littleboy's pharmacy ia thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
filled. No. 311 South Spring street.
Just so. The finest line of furniture
in Loa Angelea is at Woodham's, 324
South Spring street, and at prices tbat
will astonish yon.
We will aend advance sewing .ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los Ange
les. Call or address 128 Sonth Main
For the choicest kinds of meata call
on Louis Streuber, 138 North Main
atreet; telephone 160. Ordera promptly
attended to.
Adams Broß., dentists, 239}4 South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. Best sets of teeth from $6
to $10.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main atreet.
Dr. A. Z.Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block ; telephone 284.
Bear in mind our ticket to Catalina
entitles holder to free camping ground
and water. 130 West Second street.
Dr. X.D.Wise, office 220 South Spring
street. Office hourß from Btoloa. m.
and 2t05 p. m. Telephone 346.
Go to Arrowhead Hot Springs for your
summer outing. The famous mountain
resort of Southern California.
Senour's floor paint dries hard over
night. U. R. Bowera & Sone, agents,
420 South Spring street.
Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 S. Los An
geles st.
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent), 536 S. Spring at, tel 1029.
Night school, Los Angeles Business
college, 144 S. Main at., opens Sept. 4th.
Very elegant rooms can be obtained
at the Bay View house at Long Beach.
S. Conradi, watch repairing and dia
mond Betting. Spring and Frauklin.
All tbe latest sheet manic at Extort &
Cist'a. 329 South Spring street.
Ladies' Turkish hatha, 230 South Main
street; open week daya only.
H. C. Royer, M. D. Offices, 230 South
Main street; bourc, 10 to 4.
All kinds of sewing machines tor rent.
128 South Main street.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Thirty dollars allowed for Old Davis'b
sewing machines. Drop postal card to
128 South Main etreet.
Buffalo Lithia. Woollacott, agent.
K. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 w. Second; telephone 105.
If Yon Need a Triina
Call at Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed, Our book all about hernia,
or rupture, now ready, free at our store or by
mall. JOHN BECK WITH &. SON, druggiits,
The Only Keeley Institute
In Southern California is at Riverside. The
Los Angeles office Is at roams OA und 05, New
Wilson block. .
New end Old Books,
Magazines, etc. Book Exchange, cor. Second
and Maiu streets.
We take pleasure in announcing that we aro
now fully prepared to do all kinds ot glam
beveling, and manufacture all kinds of French
plate mtrrors. Old and damaged mirrors re
silvered. All work guarantee!. H. Raphael A
Co., 44s and 440 South Spring st.
The finest soda fountain you ever saw, and
the finest soda drinks at Laux's, No 11- South
Spring street. .
The choicest place for ice-cold drinks at
Laux's, 142 South Spring street.
Largest Stock Fruits and Vegetables.
Da-nson plums cheap for canning; choice
northern Bartlett rears, peaches, plums, etc.
Althouse Bros., 105 West first street; tele
phone 398. i
Ha Assarts That Tha Times Has Grosaly
Misrepresent* I Him and Him He
Will Ask Redress—His Ver
sion of the Affair.
If the lawyers of Mr. Louis Mesme
give tbeir consent, suit will be instituted
today againat the daily Times for $50,
--OCO for libs).
Mr. Mearaer and bride arrived yester
day at 2 o'clock from San Francieco and
at once proceeded to the New United
States hotel, which ia owned by tbe
gentleman. Shortly after hia arrival he
was seen by a Her/ ld reporter.
He stated that he and hia wife had in
tended visiting the world'a fair before
returning to Loa Angelea, bnt after eee
ing tbe scurrilous articlea in the paper
referred to concluded to come home at
once and demand redress at the hands of
the law.
The article for which Mr. Mesmer will
ask damagee referred to him as being
incompetent to manage hia affairs, and
rung the changes on thia absurd sap
position in a most offensive manner.
The allegationa were along thia line,
and certainly were wholly uncalled lor.
"I saw a prominent attorney in San
Francieco regarding the matter," eaid
Mr. Mesmer, "and be came to the con
clusion that I have a good caae.
"I also aaw a member of the staff of
that paper on the atreet, and he tried to
avoid me, but I met him, anyhow. He
was thunderstruck when I caked him
bia authority for publishing euch an
article about me and my affairs.
"Tomorrow morning," continued Mr.
Mesmer, "I will take my lawyers and
go to the Times office and demand tbe
authority upon which they published
tbe falsehoods, after which 1 intend in
stituting enit for $50,000 for libel."
Mr. Mesmer waa greatly agitated over
the defamatory article which the paper
in question published, and intended to
have justice at any coat. He denied
the entire etory as printed against him.
He was particularly emphatic in hia
denial of the reference to his marriage
being by "epecial dispensation from
Bit-hop Mora."
As to his competency or incompetency
to manage his own affairs, he put no
leniency in hia denunciation of tbe
article in question.
Mr. and Mre. Mesmer are not fully
decided ac to where they will reside,
but it ia probable they will remain at
hie hotel.
The Rnlns of the 111-Fated Plaoe
Bnrned Up Yesterday.
The fire department waa called ont
yesterday afternoon to pat oat a blaze
at tbe ill-fated fireworks factory on
Seventh street.
This building, it will be remembered,
was burned some time ago, and what re
mained of tbe wreck vanished in smoke
yeaterday. The damage ia slight, as the
former fire left little to barn, so tbere is
no more danger of fire from the old fac
Mr. Wilson haa been peculiarly unfor
tunate aince he began manufacturing
fireworks in this city. First, a bomb
exploded at Columbus day celebration,
where the fireworks were under hia di
rection, killing several people and
wounding a number more.
Following thia his factory bnrned
dewn and he waa severely injured. The
building was rebuilt only to barn down
again, and now even the remains of the
former fire have bnrned up.
The City Bank Investigation.
It baa been publicly stated that some
of the lawyers who represent creditors
of tbe City bank were personally op
posed to the retention of Mr. Brodtbeck
aa receiver and Mr. Burnett aa his at
torney. That there is nothing whatever
of a personal nature against theae gen
tlemen on the part of tbe lawyera who
have appeared for the creditors is amply
shown by the following report of re
marks made before Judge Shaw when
tbe caae came up two daya ago:
M. T. Allen, Efq., who, with J. T.
Jonea. Esq., appeared as attorney for
certain depositors, then offered tbe fol
lowing remarks in explanation of the
report in regard to the receiver and his
"If the court please, I desire to make
juat one atatement, and I am pardoned
for making it. That is, that in thia ap
plication for adjudication of insolvency
and in what haa been done in thia mat
ter, I deeire personally to aay to tbe
court and Mr. Brodtbeck and to Mr,
Burnett tbat it has not been a mattei
personal with them. I have heretofore
eaid in another department, and I de
sire to repeat, there ia no reflection npon
the personal integrity ot either gentle
men. It ie a queetion of policy and o r
the beet thing to do which haß been the
moving idea in thia matter."
To which Mr. Jonea added:
"And being associated with Mr. Allen
and representing, aa the conrt knows,
possibly a large majority of the credit
ors that were in poaition to take any
advantage of these proceedings at all. 1
think I made the time statement be
fore hia honor Judge McKinley. It is
not the personal integrity of either of
theße gentlemen we seek to assail in any
way. It is simply the condition, and
what we conceive tbe be?t policy and
best intereets of tbe people interested
that we are eeeking to eubeerve."
World's Fair Columbian Edition Illus
trated Uerald.
Thia beautiful publication, printed on
the fineat book paper, ia now on sale by
all the news dealers and at the Herald
bueinees office. It contains 48 pages of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illuetrations. As a publica
tion to send to eaetern friends it haa
never been equaled. Price, 15 centa in
Howry & Breßee, Broadway under
takers. ' Independent of the trust."
DR - J - p - TUDOR > Manager.
m Fl "t Urade, $8.00. Second Grade, $6.50.
Cement Fillings 50ct0750
Aluminum Plates $10 00 to $ 15.00 Teeth extracted for 259. t , M
Porcelain Crowns - 2.50 to 3.00 Painless extraction by any anaesthetic de-
Goid Crowns 5.00 to 700 aired
Go d Fillinits From $1.50 up. The administration of gaa a specialty.
bllver or Amaigam Fillings.... 50c to $1.00 RTBt-AU work guaranteed.
Highest of all in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
It All Ooeorred Over a Demijohn of
Whisky and Will Probably Kad tn
• Case of Mnrder As One
Man Was Fatally Cut.
Special to the Hsrild.]
San Bernardino, Aug. 27.—The usnal
weekly row, which will probably result
fatally to the injured party, occurred
yeaterday morning about 12:15 o'clock.
Several Mexicans and half breeds pur
chased a large demijohn of liquor and at
once proceeded to imbibe freely of the
aame. They lounged around the streets
till abont 11 o'clock, when they walked
out of the city one mile and a half,
when the row commenced.
The coroner aud police were informed
that a number of Indiana were in a
drunken row, and immediately left for
the Bcene. When they arrived on the
spot they saw Frank Satalio lying on the
ground probably fatally stabbed.
Some of the bystanders claim that
Frank Morongo used the knife which
caußed the wound, while others cay that
Frank Wise did the cutting.
The trouble occurred on an Indian
ranchero. north of the Whitelock place,
and, aa all the eye witnesses were either
half-breeds or Indians, the facte of the
case will doubtless never come to light,
aa tbey are very cunning and will shield
the real victim.
Tbe Indians say tbat the row occurred
over the demijohn of whieky, and a gen
eral free fight wae indulged in by four or
five present, but juat who did tbe cat
ting remains a myetsry.
Morongo's friends cay that Satalio
■track the first blow with a club, and
tbat Morongo then stabbed him in the
left aide in eelf defenae.
The wonnd ia a serious one, as tbe en
trails protrude from the aame in a fear
ful manner. The coroner considered the
caae aerioua enough to take the wounded
man's ante-mortem atatement before
removing him to San Bernardino, where
he will be cared for at the county hos
Satalio furnished the whieky which
caused tbe row. Morongo and vViae are
at large yet, bnt the officers have hopes
of capturing both coon, aa they are keep
ing at tbeir homes under surveillance.
After tbe woanded man wae bronght
to this city tbe doctors made an exam
inatlon of hia injuries, and expreeaed
the opinion that he would die.
The Humored Marriage of Governor
Downey Vehemently Denied.
The Sunday Wotld alleged yesterday
tbat ex-Governor John G. Downey had
again married.
The ex-governor waa seen regarding
the report. He denounced the publica
tion of the article as "an outrageous,
mendacious and unfonnded falsehood."
"Tbere is not the slightest truth in
the report," eaid the governor, "and
when my attorney, Senator White, re
turna I shall look into tbe caae. If tbe
parties who published the report are
reeponaible, they can be made to
Beyond expressing hia utter contempt
for euch unfounded atatemenia, tbe ex
governor eaid nothing farther regarding
tbe insinuation. It was, however, seen
that he was very much affected by the
Pure and Wholesome Quality
Commende to public approval tbe Cali
fornia liquid laxative remedy, .Syrup of
Figs. It ia pleasant to tbe taste and by
acting gently on the kidneys, liver and
bowels to cleanse the system effectually,
it promotes the health and comfort ot
all rrho use it, and with millions it ia
the beet and only remedy.
J>stl I will send my fellow
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The Feorleen Ne'oon License Matter
San Bernardino, Aug, 27.—The com
ing meeting of the city trustees next
Tuesday night promises to be one ot un
usual interest as several important sub
jects are to come np for consideration
before that venerable body. At their
last meeting they refused to issue • new
license to the Peerless saloon, on the
grounds that they had been detected in
selling liquor on Sunday and passing
tho oame through a transom into an
adjoining barber shop.
The saloon has changed hands "recent
ly, and tbe new proprietors claim that
they should not be held accountable for
the actions of tbe former owners. Tbe
board could not see it in this light, and
voted to not issue the desired license.
Tho proprietors will commence taking
ont the fixtures tomorrow, preparatory
to their removal to the corner of I) and
Third streets. They will then request
the hoard to grant them a permit to do
business, and it is safe to say tbe neces
sary papers will be issued.
Jack Driver and wife are in Los An-
K. T. Blow, the genial agent of Wells,
Fargo ot Co. in this city, accompanied
by his family, are in Lob Angeles.
Misses Mildred and Leila Waters of
this city are visiting frienda in the
Angel city for a few days.
Miss Carrie LelTen and father are en
joying life at Redondo beach for a few
The Independent Order of Foresters
have paid to the administrator of the
estate of George Fyfe |3000, the amount
ef his endowment policy.
Mrs. Campbell, wife of Judge Camp
hell of the superior court, 1b visiting in
Lob Angeles.
A large crowd attended the free silver
meeting last evening at the pavilion.
David Flneny, a respected citizen of
thiß city, died last evening at the age of
74 years.
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Smith*, the best Velvet Carpet made, fresh and carefully selected stock as can
Si.lo per yard. be found on the Coast. To see ia to be-
Other grade's of Velvet Carpets, ooc. lieve.
miim 332 and 334 South Spring Street.
DR. 11. K. SMALL, President. DR. W. A. SMITH, Manager.
FIRST- ■*■«■ " IZXJ '^'fcf
At moderate prices. ' Scoo «* an(J " "^-Siei^^^
We respectfully solicit investigation of our °BdW" a _. pi.... wnSl
methods and prices. raoao
P <ln'e«s Extracting, Crown and Bridge Work. [7-13 Bm] Swaged Aluminum Plates a epeclalty^
-$i<3o TO&
Fashionable Tailor,
213 S. SPRING ST.,
d)i or Suits ant ' ' n Design, Superior in Finish
Best Workmanship, Perfeot Fitting.
I Miie Liquors,
Bass Ale, Guinness' Stout, Cordials, Cognac & Fine Wines.
I make a specialty of pure liquors especially for family
and medicinal use. Wholesale distributor of the following
liquors, sold at the owest market quotations:
Duffy's Ms It Whiskey. , Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer.
Mcli word Whiskey. Bass & Co.'s Pale Ale.
Old Taylor Whiskey. Guinness' Stout.
Londonderry Lithia Water. Delbeck, Pommery,
Buffalo Lithia Water. Mumin, Clicquot, Monopole
White Rock Waukesha Water. Aud Perrier Jonet champagnes.
Apollinaris Water. Canadian Club Whiskey.
French and Italian Vermouth.
Pure California Wines pot up in cases ready for shipping to all parts of the
east—a suitable present to send to your friends, Visiters cordially invited to call
and inspect the vintages.
Liquor Dealers aad Druggists will find it to tbeir interest to obtain my quota
tions before making put chases
Special attention paid to the Hotel and Restaurant trade in pure California
Clarets, Zinfandel, Sauttrne, Riesling, etc,
Jnst received ex ship Olty of Glasgow, vie ftOO essos Duffy Melt Whiskey.
San JMego, Irom 1 pnCou, ISO esses Bus A Co.'s 73 cues Joiiann Horrs Malt.
Pale Ale, pints and quarts, and aulnaew Dub- 60 cases Londouderrr Lithia water.
Un Stout. 40 cases Botfalo Lithia Water.
Xx ship Orion, via New Orleans, 35 cases as- 83 cases B. Bert's Sautrrne.
sorted Cordials from K. Cusenlerfilsaliie St Ole, 25 cases Pernod AbMnthe.
France, consisting of Anisette, Creme de Men- BO cases Bothesda—half gallon, pints ana
the, Curacao, Creme de Koses. Creme de Moka, quarts.
Marlschino. Chsrtreusse, Benedictine, et<-. 100 bbls. Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer
Also 34 cases C. St W. Stewart's Scotch Whls- "AO oases Jackson's Napa sola, pints ana
key, from Abdrdeeu, ScotlaLd. quarts.
Free delivery to all parts of the city. I will deliver to any part of Southern
California one gallon of H. I. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, auiUble for
family use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $4. Address all orders to
124 & 126 N. Spring St, Los Angeles, Cal.
TELEPHONE 4-4-. B-16-3m
Best Appointed Hotel in
fjwil| American and European Plans.
Irf|jJ«W 'm Central Location.
- First-Class Service.
Reasonable Rates.
FineBt Cafe m tue City
8-7 4m —____J££2E£i£tff*
IMPORTING GROCER/136 1138 S. Spring
7-35 ly
IXL Livery and Boarding Stable
Wajy/j/) BDeclal attention ln hacks, ladles' and gentlemen's saddle horses.
~^W^Y J y OoMrlgs. PilcesTreasonable. Boarding at low rates. Brick stables.

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