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NOTES Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, <pt. 6, 1593: Time. I o:"0 I. ra. '. 6:0i p m i 1 ther 81 86 B W 2 Id Maxtmnm temperature, 73. Minimum temperature, UK Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; stationary ttmpe ature Thursday; westerly winds. ' There will be a game of baseball at Atheletic park next Tueßdty afternoon at. 2:30 o'clock, between 'l ent no. 6 aid Banner Tent no. 21 o' the Maccabees. Owing to the absence of several mem bers of the city board of health, tbe regular meeting which was to have been held yeftirday wi-s poeponed until next Wednesday. The fnneral of the late E. A. Guest, was held yesterday from the residence of ex councilmsn Rees in Boyle Heights. A large concourse followed the lemains to their last resting place. Tho force of the city engineer's office, of which the deceased was at one time a member, at tended in a body. An enthusiastic mee'ing of Los An geles Parlor No. 45, N. S. G. W., was held last evening in reference to the coming celebration of Admission day at Ventura. The parlor will leave Friday afternoon, at 2p. m., in a body. They have adopted a beautiful badge of orange and red with a California mining scene in the center. The members will wear straw hats, linen duetera and carry Jap anese paraenis. A large delegation from thia parlor will attend the celebra tion. The Creamerie. The neatest, most inviting and com fortable dining room in Lob Angeles. One visit makes of you a customer, and our service will keep you oue. Prices, low as the lowest. Provisions, the best. Separate apartment for ladies. The Creamerie, 126 North Main street, half a block north of First. Natlck House. Popular prices, central location, good service. Only hotel running its own free bus to and from depots. Day rates, *125, $1.60 and $2; meals, 25 cents. Corner Main and First streets, entrance on First street. H. A. Hart & Sons, proprietors. Fire Insurance—Money to Loan. William R. Burke & Co.. 213 X North Spring street,, up stairs, Fire Inenrance agency. (Capital represented, $20,000, --01)0 ) Lota of cheap money to loan on real estate. Notary public. The Palace Saturday night inaugurates the concert season witn Miss .Paulina Klaus as leader. Thirty dollars allowed for Old Daviß'e sewing machines. Drop postal card to 128 South Main street. Home cooking, prompt service at the Library, 246 South Broadway. Duffy's pure Malt at Wool.aeons. ■Cast India Herb Tea Cares Oonstiration, biliousness and headache, Cleanses the system, stimulates the Uvel and k dneys, irakes new blood Entirely vegeta ble. Sample free. H. M. SALE a. SON, agents, 2ilo routu Spi iat street. I If You Need a Truss Csl, at Baciwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Main. A fit guarantee). our onok all about hernia, or rupture, now ready, free at our store or by mall. JOHN BaOKWiril * HON. druggi.ts. A. 11. Chapman Fells the Glonwoad ranges and Richmond ranges, the two belt stoves in America, House hold goods a specialty. 414 a Spring St. The Only Keeley Institute In Southern California is at Riverside. The Los Angeles office is at rooms 64 and 05, New Wilson block. New and Old Books, Magazines, etc. Book Exchange, cor. Second and Main streets. We take pleasure in announcing that we are now fully prepared to do all kinds of glass beveling, and manufacture all kinds of French plate mirrors Old and damaged mirro'B re silvered. AU work guaranteel. H. Raphael it Co., 44b snd 440 South Spring st. The Dnc't soda fountain you ever saw, and the finest soda drinks al Laux's, No. 112 South Spring street. The choicest place for ice-cold drinks at Laux's, I*2 South Spring Btreet, Largest Stock Fratts and Vegetables. Damson plums cheap for canning; choice northern Bartlett nears, peaches, plums, etc. Althouse Bros., 105 West first street; te.e phoue 398. Drags and Medicines At greatly reduced prices to close out the busi ness • No. 503 p. spring st. Prescriptions care fully compounded by A. Krug, who has had over 50 years' experien c. Roller's Ice Cream Finest in the city. Made at Los Angeles cream ery, 322 W. Becond street. Telephone 537. Prof. L. Loeb's musical studio opens Sept I.lth, ISSJi South Spr n? street. Call Tues days, Thursdays and Satnidavs. A. Marvelous Success is tlrje Newly Introduced. PRINCIPE ALFONSO CIGAR. A Strictly Cuban Hand-made Havana Cigar, the Equal of Which has Never Been Placed on the Market before for the Money. ■ ■■■n—r [■■mm aama umimh m ill I i i i i ' THEY ARE WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL, AS THEY SELL AT 10 Cents or Three for 25 Cents; 10 Cents Straight; Two for 25 Cents and 15 Cents Straight. No Higher. trythFPRINCIPE ALFONSO' CIGAR And be convinced ot their Superiority over all others. X GEO. P. LIES & CO., Manufacturers, New York. KINGSBAKER BROS. & CO., s t„ te . 212 Ml Los Street. Los hUi \ MEMORANDA. The best and most healthful beverage in the market is tbe worlcrWenowned Pabst beer. It hae no equal. Recog nized to be the best brewed. The Pabst Brewing company of Milwaukee hae taken the first prize in all contests against all competitors. Aak for the Blue Ribbon or Export GermainFruit company, sole agents for Southern Cali fornia, 218, 220 and 222 North Loa An geles street. Telephone 12. Do you want to bny furniture? If so, see Wood ham, 324 South Spring street. He has tbe biggest bargains in this line of any furniture bouse in Los Angeles. Inspect bie large stock, which is the finest of its .'-.md in the city. Latest pat ems. The fall term of Indies at St. Vin cent's college will commence Monday, September 4th. Day and boarding school for boys and young men. For particulars apply to Very Rev. J. VV. ilickey, C. ML, President. The W. H. Keeley & Co. Gold Cure com pan v have established an office at 188)4 South Main etreet, where drunk enness, opium, morphine, cocaine and tobacco habits will be positively cured or money refunded. Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located in the Bryeon-Bonebrake block. Resi dence, Baker block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. SirVidavs and evenings by ap pointment. Office telephone, 1156; res idence telephone, 1056. Why gaze at bare walls when you can bny a remarque proof etching for 75 cents? Tbe greatest bargain sale in pictnres ever offered is now in progress at Lichtenberger's art emporium, 107 North Main Btreet. Go to Kbinger'a restaurant; best French dinner and order house in the city. Everything first-class. Attentive white waiters. No Chinese employed. Don't forget the place, southwest corner Third and Spring. Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 South Spring street, special attention given to obstetrical cases and all diseases of women and childten. Electricity scien tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5. Telephone, 122". A. Brunson, room 88, Bryson block, Los Augeles, Cal., having resigned the sollcitorship of the Southern California Railway company (Santa Fe system), will do a general business in state and federal courts. Rabbi A. W. Edelman will conduct divine services before the Moses Monte riore congregation during Rosh-Hasha nah, Yom-Kippnr and Sukkos Festivals and lecture on the different topics of tbe day. Children's school shoes, the largest stock, the best wear and tbe lowest prices at the cheapest place on earth for boots and shoes, 118 East First, be tween Main and Loa AngeTes streets. The Illustrated Lob Angeles Her ald, which is a very fine paper and suited for sending to eastern friends, can be obtained at T. McCarthy's book store, Long Beach. Joe Poheim, the tailor, begs to inform his many friends and customers tbat be has engaged one of the finest cutters in the United States. 143 South Spring street. Mrs. A. Mendenball, hairdressing and manicuring, 107 North Spring street, rooms 24, 25 and 26, Schumacher block. Shampooing done at residence if desired. Deposit your Mexican dollars and all kinds of old silver at the silversmiths and draw out new epoone, forks, etc. Always open. Basement Times building. A great reduction of fine tailoring. Only a few tickets left to tbe bicycle to be given away by Korn & Kantrowitz, the Broadway tailors, 214 8. Broadt.ay. Littleboy's pharmacy is thoroughly reliable. Prices have been reduced. Take your prescriptions there to be filled. No. 311 South Spring street. For pure Sonoma, Zinfandel, sweet wines, brandies and whiskiee call at E. Fleur'e, 404-406 N. Los Angeles st. East ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 221. For the choicest kinds of meats call on Louis Streuber, 138 North Main street; telephone 160. Orders promptly attended to. Adams Broa., dentists, 239}» South Spring Btreet. Painless filling and ex tracting. Beat sets of teeth from $6 to $10. We wiil send Advance Bewing ma chines on trial to any lady in Lob Ange les. Call or addreea 12S South Main etreet. Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz, physicians and surgeons, have removed their offices to 147 South Main street. 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 bolder to free camping ground and wate. 180 West Second street. Dr. K. D. Wise, office 226 South Spring street. Office hours from Btoloa. m, and 2to 5 p.m. Telephone 316. Go to Snyder's, 222 South Spring street, for your shoes. He can give you a bargain that will please yon. Go to Arrowhead Hot Springs for yonr summer outing. The famous mountain resort of Southern California. Senour's floor paint dries hard over night. TJ. K. .Bowers & Sons, agents, 420 South Spring street. LOS AJNItELES IIEKALrt Til UKMJAY" MORNING, SKFTEMISEK 7. laittV THE DOG GAVE EVIDENCE A PECULIAR FRATDRE OT A JUS TICE IOURT CASE. The Devine Boys and Clyde Sheets Charged With Robbing; a China man and Identified by Their Dog-. Justice Seamane' time yesterday was entirely occupied by the examination of Clyde Sheets and Martin and William Devine, charged with robbing a China man near Vernon on the 23d of August. The Devine boys are both youths, and do not bear tbe stamp of crime in any mftnner whatever. An important, though silent, witness was a dog bslonging to tbe De vines, which the Chinaman Bwore was with the two on the night of the robbery. So good a description of the animal did the complaining witness give, that the alleged robbers were tracked and arrest ed solely by means of information ob tained as to the ownership of tbe ani mal. At one stage of tbe proceedings Detec tive Marsh unloosed tbe dog, a large black retriever, which immediately trottsd into tie dock, and placing his nose in the lap of tbe elder Devine gave evidence aa to tbe ownership by a fran tic tail wagging, together with other ca nine signals of amity which caused Devine,much trouble and distomfort, al though, greatly to tbe doge disgust, he did hia best to disclaim all ac quaintanceship. Charles Fook, the complaining wit ness, stated that he was employed on a ranch noar Vernon Upon the evening of the 22d he was on his way to the ranch when three men assaulted him. Tbe eldest Devine seized him by tbe throat while the other two went through hie pockets and robbed him of $25. He positively identified the three men in tbe dock aa those who assaulted and robbed him. Chee Yung said tbat he also worked near Vernon. He saw the two Devines and .Sheets on the night of the robbery. The dog was with them. Tbe witness also identified the three prieoners end tbe dog. The examination was continued nntil, tbis morning. THEY JUMPED HIM. Won Toog Yont Denounced as a Bpy by His Countrymen* The Chinamen are getting mad. Yesterday Won Tong Yont, sauntered into Chinatown. Yont haa a certificate of registration and is employed by a federal official. Won strolled into a dice Bhop, where a number of highbinders were gamb ling, and etood for a moment wetching the game. No sooner were the desperadoes aware of hie presence than tbey denounced him as a spy in the employ of the gov ernment and started in to mop the floor witb him. Luckily Officer Rice heard the row and jumped in, iv time to save the man's life. Several Chinamen have been arrested for participation in the assault, which has not tended to calm the excitement in the Alameda district. MEMORANDA. Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 S. Los Angeles Btreet. For fine shoes and no humbug b'. t low prices, go to Snyder's, 222 S. Spring street. Robert Shnrp & Co., fnneral directors (independent), 536 S. Springs!., tel. 1029. Banjos, guitars and mandoline at Ex ton & Cist's, 32!) South Spring street. Ladies' Turkish baths, 230 South Main treet; open week days only. H. C. Royer, M. D. Offices, 230 South Main street; hours, 10 to 4. Buy the Whitney make of trunk, 344 North Main street. Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South Broad way. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses were issued yester day in the county clerk's office to the following persons: Charles E. Ridley, aged 23, a native of Ohio and resident of El Monte, and Delia M. Renfro, aged 20, a native of California, and resident of Savannah. Miguel Corrementa, aged 21, and Erminia Costa, aged 17, both natives of California and residents of Los Angeles. Robert D. Gould, aged 21, a native of lowa, and Louda O'Bleneas, aged 21, a native of Missouri, both residents oi Loa Angeles. Stephen A. Thompson, aged 30, a native of Nevada, and Maud D. Littell, aged 22, a native of lowa, both residents of Lob Angeles. Dandruff is dno lo an enlpebled state of tho skin. Hail's Jlair Kenewer quickens the nu tritive functions of the skin, nett ing aud pre venting lie formation of dindruff Highest of all in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE BACK FROM THE FAIR. Two Lot Angeles Ladles and Their In presslons of Chicago. Mra. P. M. Scott and ber niece, Misa Pearl Duke, have just returned from a delightful trip to tbe world'a fair. They were greatly pleased with the Oalifornia building and exhibits, which attract great attention nnd will doubtless bring many thousand to California this win ter. The ladies' department was a great surprise and ie crowded at all hours with admirers. The poppy room is»a novelty and though out of season, pop pies are in bloom there. The art de partment contains some very creditable work by Messrs. Francisco and Kose ol Los Angelea. Among the features of the fair ia the Ferris wheel, which transports people in a most satisfactory manner. At one point a beautiful bird's-eye view of the c untry is obtained. The midway plais ance, with its curious foreign views, ia a great feature of the fair. Mra. Scott and Miss Duke spent two weeks at the fair, and say that Mr. Wig ging of Loa Angeles is doing a great work for California and ia untiring iv hia ef forts. The charges at Chicago are quite mod erate at present, and no one need fear the robbery which was expected before tbe fair commenced. The trip is one, both ladies say, no one who can afford it should misa. Oo to the Library for your lunch to day, 246 South Broadway. CEYLON TEAS. l^TS^li. fjTIIT TT T II TT only with the signature of ItH 111 I llh H Jus,ns yon Lieblg ln blue UJLl.ll Ullllj lnitacroB3 'Relabel ihus: It Is almost nnneces'ary to add that this re fers lo the world-known Liebig COMPANY'S Extract of Beef. For delicious refrcshine. Beef Tea. For Improved and economic cookery. T FJtEE! i Vsl „ I will nenoT my fellow \ -ST etillcrersa Free Remedy X / that wiltpositively cure . .xVL eeminal Weakness, EmU f~ m ' - Pions, Lrat Manhood, Ai \ I •>■ 1 , v "r ioou e'e, Nervous De yA 111. V- ''"F. a "d supnlv tone t'A —*" —L to theficn- tgsoralivo Organs of the fj^ Address LOST MAHHOOO rv.ro<\ hy INOAPIt. tho tTrru-t llf.umo flivnody. with wrlti*o tr.arsßtf* mtfurt. Samplr »•»*». Xlrtrese Orient vi Medlt-ui I .... M Dymcin'i fiat?, 1 '- Ir • § TO MEET TBE CUT I y -in- H |l CARPETS || AND I KAN-KOO 1 f ♦ OffVrs 20 Per Cent Biscount XI on All Their JAPANKs>E tl HKM P AN!>• COTTON KUGs. TT I lies* Ruffs Are Equal to ii X* Auy in the Market. Sale *X ♦♦ Lasts Ten Days. ♦ j |kan 7 koo| || 110 SOUTH SPRING ST. | GOODKIND'S ESCAPE. A Prisoner Who Canard His Attorney Annoyance. When tbe caae of the People va, Good* kind wrb called in Juatice Seaman's court yesterday it was announced that the principal party in tbe case waa out for a walk and bad not returned. In other words, Walter Goodkind, charged with vagrancy, escaped Tueeday afternoon. Tbe prisoner had left the courtroom in company witb his attorney, J. Marion Brooks, for the purpose of proenring an officer to accompany Goodkind on a search for bail. The party went into the jail, and Goodkind, seeing no one around, saun tered out into the atreet unnoticed by any one. Yesterday afternoon information was given to the police that tbe refugee was in the Chicago house, where he waa re arrested by Detective Auble. Goodkind wiil probably regiet hie escapade, as Marion Brooke waa consid erably disturbed at his client's breach of faith, and haa now declared tbat he will assist the prosecution. Hood's Sarsaparllla absolutely cures where other preparations fail. It possesses medicinal merit Peculiar to Itself. Constipation and all t oubles with the diges tive organs and the liver, are cured by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner pill. Wall Paper at Cost. Closing out sale—Kckttrora & Slrasburg, 307 and 309 South Main street. 80WERKR0WT. tIWZSZ DOCTOR WHITE'S PRIVATE DISPENSARY, 128 JSTORTH MAIIsr ST LOS ANGELES, CALIF. Kidney and Blad _r% der Diseases, ffljM/ Acmte and Chronic Organnl Weakness t>s__ \. . Sei n al ludiffer ence of Both Impedimenta Blt "? d , Bn< * Skin Promptly and Per ' manently Cured DR WniTK In tiie oldest and most t ncces«ful r.-lvate, Nervous and Cnronio Dt ease Special ise on the Coast. Allsiin and Blood Disesses prompt v cured without mercury. Impo.enoy, So Mail vveifcnesi, Varicocele, Syphhls, Gcu o.-rhce*. Gleet, Nervous U.-bihiy, Kidney and Bladder diseaens scientific.Uy treated and per manently umed. No surgical sum?) lake methjdf. employed. No hired substitutes. The tflllc'ed ruay write in ftrlot confidence. Letters au&weied in , 1 .in cuve'ope. Medicine sent secure frotn exposure. Address DR. WHITE'S DISPmiRY, 128 N. Mala st, New McDonald Block, G-6 tl Los Anitoles, Cal. fAITStoOSDEI gf\ SOTS to ORDER $3.50 AL $15.00 4.00 mJ\ 17.50 4-50 I Mm 20.00 5.00 %®M 22.50 5.50 IB F 25.00 8.00 mi 27.50 g-abel mm TAILOR 413 SOUTH SPRING STREET, JUST BBLOW FOURTH ST. 6 6 ly KINGSLEY & BARNES, ART PRINTERS COPPER-PLATE PRINTING, WEDDING INVITATIONS, ETC. VISITING CARDS, XTC. 211 New High Street, Fulton Block, Near Franklin street, ground floor. Tel. 417. 3-25 ly GOLD DOLLARS FOR 75 GENTS That Is, I Give You a Discount of 25 Per Cent on Every Dollars Worth of Furniture Purchased in My Store. LACE CURTAINS Direct Importation ; a line second to none, at prices that will surprise you. Have added two experienced carpet layers to my force, so that all carpet orders will receive prompt attention. A cordial invitation is extended to all who are inter ested in fine furniture to inspect my line, whether wishing to purchase or not. WM. S. ALLEN', B-ieim 33a and 334 South Spring Street. -3GO TO£- JJARTBIDBK, FASHIONABLE TAILOR 213 S. SPRING ST. j) Kor Saits Ele sr ftllt In Design, Superior ln Fiulsta, . Best Workmanship, Perfect Fitting;. GREAT REDUCTION IN SUMMER SUITS. — H-lft-Hm ESTABLISHED 1880. H. J. WOOLLACOTT, IMPORTER 6c EXPORTER OF Pino 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 Malt Whiskey. Val Mate Milwaukee Beer. Mellwood Whiskey. Bass & Co.'s l'« le,A l>. Old Taylor Whiskey. Guinness' Stout. Londonderry Lithia Water. Delbeck, Pommery, Buffalo Lithia Water. Minnni, Clicquot, Monopole White Rock Waukesha Water. And Perrier Jouet champagnes. Apollinaris Water. Canadian Club Whiskey. French and Italian Vermouth. Pure California Wines put up in cases ready for shipping to all parts of the east —a suitable present to send to your friends. Visitors cordially invited to call and inspect the vintages. Liquor Dealers aad Druggists will find it to their interest to obtain my quota tions before making; purchases. Special attention paid to the Hotel and Restaurant trade in pure California Clarets, Zinfandel, Sauterne, Riesling, etc DIRECT IMPORTATIONS. LATEST ARRIVALS EX RAIL. Just received ex ship City of Glasgow, via MM)cases Duffy Malt Whiskey. San Diego, from London, 125 cases Bass <& Co.'s 7ft cases Johann Hoff s Malt. Pale Ale, pints and quarts, and Guinness' Dub- SO o*ses Londonderry Lttbla Water, lin Stout. 40 cases Buffalo Lithia Water. Xx Ship Orion, via New Orleans, 35 cases as- 26 cases B. Bert's Sautrrne. sorted Cordials from K. Cusenier ills aim- & cte, 2frcases Pernod Absinthe. France, consisting of Anisette, Creme de Men- SO cases Bethesda—half gallon, plots and the, Curacao, Creme de Roies, Creme de Moka, , quarts. Marlscblno. Cbsrtreusae, Benedictine, etc. I 100 bills. Vat Blatz Milwaukee Beer. Also 34 esses C. &W. Stewart's Scotch Wbls- I 20 cases Jackson's Napa Soda, pints and key, from Aberdeen, Scotland. I quirts. Ftee delivery to all parts of tha city. I will deliver to any part of Southern CaltfarpU one gallon of H. I. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, suitable for family u.e, securely packad, Including de nijohu, for $4. Address all orders to 124 & 126 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. MsbTSEE MARKET TELEPHONE -4-4. 8-18-3 m IMPORTING GROCER, 136 % 138 S. Spring 7-25 ly _ NO ONE SHOULD FAIL TO TRK SALINE SULPHUR SYRUP. It Is Prepared Expressly For Sulphur Baths at Home. IT CONVERTS EVERY BATH TUB INTO A SULPHUR SPRING. CURES RAEUMATISM AND SKIN DISEASkS. IT GIVES UNEXCELLED SULPHUR BATHS. 9-7 lm GODFREY <& MOORE, 108 8. SPRING Sr., AGENTS.