Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
Sept. 10, 1893:
Time. I Ber. I Th«r.
6:<>0 e. mJ»».07l 53
6:00 p. m. 20.92| 1)7
Maximum temperature, 77.
Minimum temperature, 58.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather; neearly stationary temperature Mon
day; westerly winds.
There are undelivered telegram* at
tbe office of the Western Union Tele
graph company, corner Main and Court
streets, September 10th, for H. H.
Lechler (2) and E. L. Wright.
The firat aeaaion of the city teacbera'
institute will be held at the High school
building this (Monday) afternoon, be
ginning at 2 o'clock. The superintend
ent and deputy superintendent of
schools, the principal of the High
school and Mrs. L. M. Mutton will ad
dreaa the teachers.
The Los Angeles Graya and Boyle
Beighta Stars played on the First-street
ground yesterday, Sunday, and the
Grays won by the score ot 17 to 10. The
heavy hitting of,the Graya waa the fea
ture of the game. Battery for Graya,
Moore and Kaymer; for Boyle Heights,
Hutz and Chapman. There waa a good
Judge Gregg of San Bernardino ia in
N. A. Newford and wife ot Phoenix
are staying at the Nadeau.
Deputy County Clerk Miguel Eatu
dillo of Riverside county waa in town
Officers Dugan and McLean returned
yeaterday after epending a very pleas
ant vacation of 10 days at the eeaahore.
Mr. Mark Plaieted, editor of one of
the brightest papers in Southern Cali
fornia the Riverside Enterprise, is in tbe
city and will remain until Wednesday.
W. McCalium of Palm Springa ia at
the Hollenbeck. Mr. McCalium hails
from a region where fruits ripen ear
lier than at any other place in the
United States. Palm Springs is a very
thrifty oaeia between Banning and Ic
dio, on the Colorado deeert.
Judge Dick Eagan left yesterday for
Chicago, to be gone aome time. He
may remain away weeka or montba, ac
cordingly as he shall like the east. Tt
ie 26 years aince Mr. Eagan saw that
eection, and he will probably take a
look over it from Chicago to Washing
ton and New York before he returns to
The True LsxstlTe Principle
Of the planta uaed in manufacturing
the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figa, haa
a permanently tieiicticial effect on tbe
human system, while the cheap vegeta
ble extracta and mineral solutions, usu
ally sold as medicines, are permanently
injurioua. Being well informed you will
use the true remedy only. Manufac
tured by tbe California Fig Syrup Co.
Companions Angelina circle, No. 106,
0. of F., are requeeted to attend the
funeral of our deceased companion, Mra.
Lelia Elliott, tbis Monday afternoon at
2 o'clock, from the residence of J. IS.
Walters, corner Twelfth and E streets,
Pico Heights. Mrs. A. Baswitz, C.C.
The neatest, moat inviting and com
fortable dining room in Los Angeles.
One visit makea of you a customer, and
our service will keep you one. Prices,
low as the lowest. Provisions, the best.
Separate apartment for ladies. The
Creamerie, 126 North Main etreet, half
a block north of First.
Popular prices, central location, good
service. Only hotel running its own
free buss to and from depots. Day rates,
$1.25, $1.50 and $2; meals, 25 cents.
Corner Main and First Btreets, entrance
on First street. H. A. Hart & Sona,
Fire Insurance—Money to Loan.
William R. Burke et Co., 213> 2 North
Spring street, up stairs, Fire Insurance
agency. (Capital represented, $20,000,
--000.) Lota of cbeap money to loan on
real estate. Notary public.
For a good table wine.orderour Sonoma
Zinfandelatsocpergal. T. Vache&Oo.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davia'e
sawing machines. Drop postal card to
128 South Main street.
Buffalo Lithia. Woollacott, agent.
Howry & Bresee, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
Duffy's pure Malt at Woollacott'a.
East India Herb Toa Curee
Constipation, biliousness and headache,
cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, rrakes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample tree. U. M. ,-.ALK & SON, agents,
220 South Sprint: street.
A. B. Chapman
Bella the Glenwood ranges and Richmond
ranges, the two best stoves in America. House
ho.d goods a specialty. 414 8. Spring et.
ir You Need a Truaa
Call at Beckwith's pharmncy, :>o:i North Main.
A flt guaranteed, Our book all about hernia,
or rupture, now ready, free at our store or by
mall. JOHN BKCKWITH & HON, druggists.
The Only Keeloy Institute
In Southern California is at Klverside. The
Los Angeles office is at rosins 04 aud fJ6, New
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 mirrors re
silvered. All work guarantee!. U. Raphael ,v
Co., 44a and 440 South Spring st.
Wall Paper at Cost.
Closing out sale-Eckstrom <i Strasburg, 307
aud 309 South Main street.
Ilrogs and Medicines
At greatly reduced prices lo close out the busi
ness - No. 505 S. Spring at. Prescriptions care
fully compounded by A. X rug, who has had
over 50 years' experience.
THE HEBALD HEADQUARTERS for San
Bernardino aud Riverside counties is located
at '. K. Lawson's book, stationery and tobacco
■tore on Third street at the sign ol the wooden
Prof. L. Loeb's musical studio opens sept,
ir.Hi. 13H' t South Spring street, Call Tues
days, Thursdays and Satmdays.
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters. Foy's
lid reliable aaddlery house. Los Angeles.
The best And mist healthful beverage
in the market is the world-renowned
Fabst beer. It hea no equal. Recog
nized to be tbe beet brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee hae
taken the first prize in all contests
anaiDtt all competitors. Ask for the
Blue Ribbon or Export. Oermain Frait
company, sole agents for Southern Cali
fornia, 218, 220 and 222 North Loa An
geles street. Telephone 12.
The fall term of studies 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. W.
Hickey, C. M., President.
Dr. Charles de Pzigethy is now located
in the Bryson-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence. Baker block. Office hours, 11:30
to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap
pointment, ollice telephone, 1156; res
idence telephone, 1056.
The W. H. Keeley & Co. Gold Cure
company have established an office at
ISff'a South Main atreet, where drunk
enness, opium, morphine, cocaine and
tobacco habits will be positively cared
or money refunded.
Why gaze at bare walls when yon can
buy a remarque proof etching for 75
cents? The greatest bargain sale in
pictures ever offered ia now in progress
at Licbtenberger'a art emporium, 107
North Main street.
Go to Ebinger'a restaurant; best
French dinner and order house in the
city. Everything firet-claea. 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 obetetrical cases and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
titicaily uaed. Consultation houra 1 to 5.
Children's achool shoes, the largeet
stock, the best wear and the loneet
pricea at the cheapest place on earth
lor boota and shoes, 118 East First, be
tween Main and Loa Angelea streets.
The Illustrated Los Angeles Her
ald, which is a very fine paper and
suited for sending to eastern friends,
can be obtained at T. McCarthy's book-
Btore, Long Beach.
Joe Poheim tho tailor ia making ele
elegant clay diagonal suits to order for
$25. Ten cases of new goods will be
opened on Tuesday next. 143 South
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, bairdressing and
manicuring, 107 North Spring street,
rooms 24, 25 and 26, Schumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
Depoait your Mexican dollars and all
kinda of old silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. BaaementTimes building.
A great reduction of fine tailoring.
Only a few ticketa left to the bicycle to
be given away by Korn & Kantrowitz
the Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
Littleboy's pharmacy ia thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
tilled. No. 311 South Spring stroet.
For pure Sonoma, Zinfandel, sweet
winea, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Flour's, 404-406 N. Loa Angelea at., Eaßt
ern shipmenta a specialty. Tel. 224.
Elßinore hot springs and hotel. Full
particulars regarding thia famoua resort
at the Hammam batb, 230 South Main
atreet, Los Angelee.
Adama Broa.. dentiete, 239'e South
Spring street, rainless filling and ex
tracting. Beat sets of teeth from $6
We will Bend Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Loe An
geles. Call or address 128 South Main
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Oarl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
tbeir offices to 147 Sonth Main street.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Ollice and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block ; telephone 284.
For tbe choicest kinds of meats call
on Louia Streuber, 138 N. Main et; tel.
160. Orders promptly attended to.
Dr. K. D. Wise,office 226 South Spring
Btreet. Office hours from 8 tn 10 a. ni.
and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346.
Go to Arrowhead Hot springs for your
summer outing. The famous mountain
resort of Southern California.
Senear's floor paint dries hard over
night. U. R. Bowers & Sous, agents,
420 South Spring street.
Pianoß, for sale, rent, tuning and
repairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South
Los Angeles etreet.
Banjos, guitarß and mandolins at Ex
ton & Cist's, 329 South Spring Btreet.
Buy the Whitney make of trunk, 344
North Main Btreet.
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent), 536 S. Spring st., tel. 1029.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
A Splendid. Kzbibltlon.
There ia to be seen an elegant assort
ment of new Fall Millinery at Baker's,
240 South Spring street, Buccessor to
Mozarte. We have received all our
goods now and chow a fine line of pat
tern bats, fancy feathers, new novelty
ribbons, placques, etc. Our pricea lower
than ever. We take delight in showing
The Oaten Institute,
Office, 305 1 South Spring etreet, Lob
Angeleß. From their experience in the
hospitals of Europe and America, their
knowledge of the rapid advancements
that have been made in diagnosing and
treating diseaßeß in the last few years,
can tell the probability of a cure in all
cases of chronic diseases. They make
eveiy cate a special studp, and will not
take any case unless there >a a moral
certaintity of making a complete cure.
They will guarantee a complete oure in
every case they take for treatment. Ser
vices free of charge.
A Sure Thing.
If you have relatives or friends who
are addicted to drinking excessively or
using morphine, opium, cocaine or to
bacco to an injurious degree send them
to the W. H. Keeley & Co. gold cure,
South Main Btreet, where the cure
will he guaranteed or no pay taken.
Dr. J. W. DeWitt, Mrs. Winters, W. R. Din
more, G. Coblentz, L. Bates, J. M. Rauck, San
Francisco; Miss J£. Conkling, Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Harris, San Bernardino; w. J. Tench, Men
tone; E. Taylor, Oakland: C. E. Latham, Wil
mington; M. J. Jewett, Wisconsin: K. E. Breed,
Chicago; A. Kinnard, Kansas City;. P. L. Lown
dcs, E. W. Ward, New York; G. 8. Hamilton,
St. Paul: W. W. Br nee, It. L. Pama, Enaenada;
H, (J. Maud, H. Thompson, Mverslde: C. G.
Yatts, Ventura; W. S.Hancock, Needles; G. E.
Hoogstraten, Banta Barbara.
Dreated to Order In Five M incites.
Live, fat chickens. Bean *fe Clark. 110 E sth.
Hexdnuarttrs for thoroughbred poultry, game
You can buy at cost at Eckstrom ,fc Strasburg's
closing out sale.
Dr. D. S. DllTsiibacher, T)«ntlst,
11),' a S. Spriug street, rcoms 4 and 5.
LOS ANGELES HERALPt MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER It. 1893. 1
ABOUT HOLES IN THE GROUND.
Swamper Tells of Rich Pros
pects in Inyo County.
Encouraging Reports From Oro
Fiuo and Index.
Lytle Creek Miners Getting Rich The
Klla Mine at J tillan— Morongo Dis
trict Notes—Onyx for
•'Swamper" writes as follows from
Big Pine, Inyo county:
Notwithstanding the extreme low
price of ailver bullion, there are quite a
number of mines in tbia county which
can be worked at a profit; and never in
the history of raining on the coaat could
better inveeting terms be had than at
the preaent moment. In Lead cafion,
about 20 miles from tbe C. &C. R. X.,
bodies of silver bearing lead orea are in
eight, which can be concentrated at a
fair profit, the district possessing all
the natural facilities for the reduction
of ore. Twelve miles from Alvord on
thie railroad, Esgle and Turner have a
lead claim, showing 40 feet in width, of
low grade ore, within five miles of suffi
cient water for concentrating purposes.
Shis ore carries nearly $5 in gold per
ton. At Pine mountain, 20 miles from
the railroad, is a group of 16 claima of
excellent concentrating ore.
With reasonable freight ratee to Los
Angelea the points referred to could fur
nish large quantities of ore lor the re
duction worka of your city.
Un the west side of Owens valley,
high on the east elope of the Sierras, ia
located one of the most remarkable
quartz veins ever discovered on <the
oast, and ia known to the live or aix
mountaineera who have visited it aa tbe
Tip Top, and ia owned by Mr. Felix
Mjyeau of Lone Pine, who holds three
claima on thie lead. Thia lead waa
tirat discovered by one Williams, at
tbe time of the excitement at Mon
mouth district, distant about 16 milea
in an air line to the north. Young
Meyaan waa directed to the ciaim by the
original locator, who recorded it in
Fresco county, thinking it waa within
the confinea of tbat county. He haa
had possession about three yer.ra, doing
only sufficient work to hold it. Your
correspondent, accompanied by the
owner and Mr. Frank Higgs, now of
Silver Peak, Nev., visited this claim in
We find the Tip Top high on the
mountains, immediately weat of Bishop
and distant about 22 miles. We found
a true fissure vein, carrying ita align
ment for 3700 feet without break or
bend,, and an almost uniform width of
10 feet at the surface. At one point the
vein ia crosscut for 9 feet, showing even
ly distributed mineral the entire dis
tance, consisting of galena, eilver and
gold. Assays ranging in value from (37
to }!J0 have been made from ore from
thia cut. The claim is situated favor
ably for developing. A short tunnel
would atrike the ledge at a great depth.
Wood and water in abundance are in
close proximity to the mine.
The claima referred to are worthy the
attention of the mine investor, and
were they caet in any other county of
California they would have been visited
by many experts 'ere thia.
Tbe city of Lo; Angelea ought to be
greatly interested in the development of
the reaourcea of Inyo county, and the
belief is general here that in the near
futnre your merchants will acain supply
the wanta of the people of (hyena valley,
as they did in the palmy daye of the
minea at Cerro Gordo. During the ex
cellent autumnal climate always in
vogue here, your enterprising "boomers"
could hardly employ their time to bet
ter advantage than by a trip to the best
undeveloped eection of tbe atate.
A RICH FIND.
The Ella Mine at Julian Is a Bo
il ao a a.
San Diego Union: A letter received
from Bob Weym?, who is now at Julian,
says that last Friday a most important
new find was discovered in the Ella
mine by Sid Wilcox. Wilcox, it ap
pears, had occasion to remove some dirt
ten feet from the mouth of the lower
worke, when his pick struck into de
composed rock. The rock proved to be
immensely rich, a low estimate being
$20 to $25 per ton. The vein struck is
fully three feet wide. Wilcox and oth
ers have for years been working within
10 feet of thiß rich body oi ore. In their
; work they have run a tunnel 600 feet
long, and aa now appears have been
paralleling the rich vein. They will
now cross-cut the old worka to reach the
new rock. The mine ia conceded to be
tbe richest in the Julian region.
On Lytle Creek.
Last week accepting the kind invita
tion of Mr. 0. B. Hughes, I made a
flying visit to Lytle creek. Although
only 2o milea distant, thia section ia hut
little known to Itiverßidera. Lob Angeles,
San Bernardino, Oolton, Pasadena and
Ontario are represented by families who
spend part of each summer camping out
in thia section. With pure mountain
water literally cold aa ice, magnificent
treea furnishing abundant shade and
firewood, fruit, mountain trout and
game in abundance, thie is a paradise
for health seekers. Mr. J. M. Miller
has erected a bath house where anyone
can obtain grntiß, hot sulphur baths.
In this ctfion is located the celebrated
Tezas point mine, from which haß been
taken over $1,000,000 in gold. Evidences
of extensive hydraulicking are Been
everywhere. Not once did I hear any
complaint of hard times. Much sluic
ing is now being done and big money is
being made. One man, who has lets
than two years aince commenced placer
ing with an onttit worth lees than $20,
now owns in Riverside a house and
lot for which he paid $1750. and had
$2000 in the Comatose bank when it
elooptl its floors \lwo-r-" Amen nrtl
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
DR - J - R TU °O R ' Manager.
RUBBER PLATES-UPPER OR LOWER.
Flt,t Grade ' * 8 - 00, Eecond Grade, $0.50.
JhM ° nie ' * S '°°'
Cement Fillings » 500 to 75c
Aluminum Plates $10 00 lo $15.00 Teeth extracted for S.>e.
PorceMn Crowns 2.50 to 3.0u Painless extinction by any anaesthetic do-
Goid Crowns 5.00 to 700 aired
Go d Fillinss From $1.50 up. The administration of gas a spsclolty.
Silver or Amalgam Fillings.... 50c to $1.00 gVAII work guaranteed,
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO, N °- 2^SS^
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report
ABSOIi/TEi V PURE
Drum commenced work laat Friday, and
Saturday evening their clean up
amounted to $15. There are many
other* engaged in tho buainess, but
although contented with the results of
tbeir labors, tbey are very reticent aa
to the amount of their game.
Oro Fino and Ibex Mines.
Riverside Enterpriae: It is learned
from Mr. Geoige Morae, who ia a large
owner in the Oro Fino mine, that the
company haa just received returns fiom
a run of 10 tons of ore taken from the
mine. The result of the run wae some
thing over $100 per ton. The main ahalt
in the mine haa been sunk to a depth of
100 feet, and two drifte, 40 and 12 feet
respectively, have been run, and tne in
dicationa point to the conclusion that
the property ia a fine one. Mr. Morae
says the mill where they had tbeir oro
worked does not do good work, inasmuch
ac all the precious metal ia not saved,
and lor that reason the returns do not
show tbe true value of the ore.
The company are thinking of shipping
tbeir ore to Ssn Francieco (or reduction,
but tbe expense of shipment ia an item
that makea the move very costly. If
the smelter worka in Lob Angeles were
completed the company would get ita
work done there.
The Oro Fino ia owned by George
Morae, Myron Alguire and W. P. Lett
of thiß city, and W. ,W. McCoy ol San
Speaking of the Ibex mine, whiob ia
owned principally by Riverstderß, and
which ia located near the Oro Fino, the
Needlee Eye aaye that the indications in
the mine are excellent. At present the
company ia doing only development
work, but expects to begin taking out
ore in about a month. At preaent the
force of men employed ia small, but it
will be increased short!v. From River
aiders who have epent their vacations
in the Lytle creek country it ia learned
that that eection is swarming with
prospectors in search of the precious
yellow metal. Some very good etrikes
have been made, and the prospectors
are sanguine that when they get to work
proper they will be richly rewarded.
The Roan mine has had. another satis
factory clean up, co it ia learned from
Mr. Twogood, who ia auDerintendent.
A few days ego D. A. Wheeler returned
with a gold brick from the mine.
Onyx for Chicago.
San Diego Union : Seven tona of onyx
from the New Pedrara quarries in Lower
California were forwarded to Chicago by
Louie Mendelson yeaterday. Samples of
the atone are on exhibition at the
world's fair and a market for it is open
ing in Chicago. The demand iv Batti
more and St. Louis is greater than Ari
zona and Lower Calih rnia cm »rp,>ly
with present facilities for quarrying.
A boy was playing iesiwrda* in front
of a foundry on Lo- Augc e< l»" wenn
Fifth and Sixth streets, ai.d on investi
gating the construction ol a b ; ir iron
wheel, pulled it over on htn m d it
broke hie leg. He waa taken lo Li)
Wo were the first manufacturers on this
Continent. Onr latest improvement aurpaaeea
anything ever before produced. lISo,, a&o,, 860.
per tin. Be suro to have .'■KAHL'UX'B. AaU
lor them spread on cotton cloth.
SEABURY'S SULPHUR CANDLES.
Prevention is better than onro, hy burning
these candle 3 bad smells in basements, closots,
&o. are destroyed, and thuscontiuttotisdiseuses
are kept away: also useful for expelling mos
qultos and Irrltatlnginsects. Piico, sac. each.
Topnrlfy sick-rooms, apartment?, etc., uso
HYDRONA D HTHOL PASTILLES,
which in burning, disinfect and produce a
fragrance refreshing asid invigorating. 260. per
box of IS. Solo Manufacturers,
fe».EA.UTJ3LfcY cto JOII1VS03?*,
I NEW YORK.
PAXTS to ORDER & SLITS to ORDER
$3.50 JjL $16.00
4=oo fmj\ ' 17.50
4c50 f iIM 20,00
e.tso mi 27.50
413 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
JUST BELOW FOURTH ST. 6 (> ly
' IV/I rj- IV I DR. LIKBIG & CO., the old
ivl ' IXI est and muss relmoie .-.pre
|»i Pnyslilsns i-nd Hurueons on the Pacific
C.jflst. continue to cure nil clise-an-a of a chronic
•md private nature, no mutter how complicated
or who has failed. Send jor a confidential book
tn hum explaining why thousands cannot get
12: i 3. MAIN ST. LIS ANGELES.
R.'2 1! "
A COUNCIL FORECAST.
STREET SUPERINTENDENT WAT
SDN AND HIS INVESTIGATION.
Til* Report of tho Cinnratttee It la
Thoucht Will Ba Favorable-A
Rumor That (he Polioe Oom
mliilon Will He Changed.
While there are no great surprises to
be created at the meeting of the council
today, there%ill certainly be consider
able interest manifested in the report of
the investigation of Street Superintend
ent Watson's ollice.
For reasons known only to tbe com
mittee nothing was given out last week
concerning the investigation. The com
mittee was busily engaged in examining
the expert's report, whioh ft ie said was
From the willingness with which the
street superintendent asked that the af
fairs of his office be investigated, it ie
not likely the committee has found any
At any rate the matter will be defin
itely settled at the meeting of the coun
No surprise is anticipated concerning
any resolution having for its object the
dethronement of two police commis
sioners as a preliminary move to the
dismissal of the chief of police. It was
eaid such a thing was to have been
sprung at the last meeting, but tbat is
all tbat it amounted to.
For more thau thirty years Allcock's Porous
Plasters have been doln< their
wo-k, relieving pain, luspfriug men, women
aud children with v ■ w hope and new cou.-aae.
Palu Is a great discourager. When all the
muscles are sor* it is hard ,o ke p up hope.
allcock's Potions Plastsrs and pain have no
affinity for each other; one or tht» other mubt
yield, and pain Is the ono to be defeated.
P.accd high up between the shoulder blades
and ou the chest they are a sure cure for
coughs; on the pit of the stomach tbey relieve
Indigestion; ,'Ver the muscles they re leve
simlasand stiffness. Wherever there is »ore
ii.-si ih.y soothe and cure.
Brandrith's Pills do not Lpjare tho system.
Largest Stuck Fruits and Vegetables.
Damson plums cheap for canning: choice
northern Bartlett near*, peaches, plum*, etc.
Althou«e Bros., 103 West first a,reel; te.e- -
Sen the World's Great Healer
And oculist, at rooms lo and 11. No. 310 ,
couth Spring street, Los Augc-les, Cal.
Do You Want Wall Paper?
Clo'lngout sale—Kcistrom «fc Strasburg, 307
aud SOJ couth Main street.
Quail 1 Qoal ! Quail!
First of the aea>oo, at Fret Hanltnan'r, Mott
mcrkit. Telephone IBe.
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II KM P AND COTTON RUGs.
y£ Theie Rugs Are Equal io XT
♦* Any in the Market. Sale
*f Lasts Ten Days.
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Bladder diseases scientifically treated and per
manently cured. No surgical itafT(?) take
Dieihods employed. No hired substitutes.
The »filleted may write In atrtot confidence.
Lettere answered fu plain envelope. Medicine
sent secura from exposure. Addreaa
M. WHITE'S DISPENSARY,
138 N. Mala st, N«w McDonald Block,
6-6 tl Los Angeles, Cal.
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.
Direct Importation ; a line second to none, at price*
that will surprise you.
Have added two experienced carpet layers to ray 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,
8.121 m 332 and 334 South Spring Street.
DR. H. E. SMALL, President ' DR. W. A SMITH, Manager
first- 4 a-Atfij. v
At moderate prices. ' a „, ■ i V—7*
We respectfully solicit Investigation of ©¥r Qci Vp a „ „
cncthixlH and prices. y - Pnono 723
"' " * ' ' ' V i" . . it
Painless Extracting, Crown and Bridge Work. [7-1" 3m j RyagM AJumtnum Pin ten n w P rc [»}ffl f
ALBERT J. PAR TRIO U,
213 S. SPRING ST.
it For Suits Elegant lv Design, Superior in Finish,
i> l) BeBt Workmanship, Perfect Fitting.
GREAT REDUCTION IN SUMMER 8UIT8«m rrj
H. J. WOOLLACOTT,
IMPORTER & EXPORTER. Off
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 lowest market quotations:
Daffy's Malt Whiskey, Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer,
wood Whiekey, Bass & Co.'s Pale Ale,
Did Taylor Whiskey, Guinness' Stout,
Londonderry Lithia Water, Delbeck, Pommery,
liuffalo Liiliia Water, Mumra, Clicquot,
White Rock Waukesha Water. Monopole and
Ap..lllnaris Water, Perrier Jonet Champagne.,
*reiich and Italian Vermouth, Canadian Club Whiskey.
Pure California Winet put up in casts ready for shipping to all parts of the
east—a suitable present to aend to your fiiends. Visitors cordially invited to call
and inspect the vintages.
Liq ior Dealers and Druggists will find it to their interest to obtain my quota
tion* before making purchases.
Special attention paid to the Hotel and Restaurant trade in pure California
Clarets, Zlnfandil, Sauterne, Riesling, etc,
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS. LATEST ARRIVALS EX RAIL.
Just r»oe|veq •* ship Oltf ol Glasgow, via 800 cases Duffy's Malt Whiskey.
Ssn IKegu, from Londrnj, 1W oases Bass A Co.'s 75 cases Johann HofTs.Malt
Pa a Ale, pints aud quaris. and GuluneM' Dub- 50 eases Londonderry Lithia Water,
lin etPUt 40 esses Buffalo Lithia Water.
Kg ship Orion, via »ew Orleans, 85 cases *•- 25 oases B. Bert's Sauterne.
s.irted Cordials from K. Cusenler els atne & Cle, 25 cases Pernod Absinthe.
Krafiee, consisting of Apteetie, Crtme de Hen- 80 cases Beihesda—half gallons, pints and
tho, Curacso, Creme de Bosei, Cromede Moka, quarts.
Marlscnlno, Ohartreusse, Benedictine, etc. 100 Dbls. Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer.
A.so 34 cues C. AW. Stewart's Scotch Whit- 20 cases Jackson's Napa Soda, pints and
key, hum Aberdeen, Scotland. quarts.
Free delivery to nil psrte of the city. I will deliver to any pert of Southern
California one gallon of H. J. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, suitable for
family use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $4. Address all orders to
124 & 126 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
H»-SEE MARKET QUOTATIONS..^
TEL-EPHONE 44. 8.16-3 m
I THE HOLLENBECK
est appointed Hotel in
American and European Plans.
IMPORTING GROCER, 136 % 138 S. Spring
IXL LiVery andTwding Stable
GEO. PR2UTZ, Prop,
successor to l, wilhelm.
S ~" S - MAIN STKKJKT. TBIIPHOSE "97.
\imUl/J// Special attention in hicks, ladies' and gentlemen's Baddle horses
S6r IrrMj)'/// Good rlgi. Prices at low rates. Brick stables
„, NO ON* SHOULD FAIL TO TRTT
SALINE SULPHUR SYRUP.
It Is Prepared Expressly For Sulphur Baths at Home.
IT CONVERTS IVIRY BATH TUB INTO A SULPHUR SPRING. CURBS RAEUMATISM
IT CONV * I A I N , b * v £ I VDIBKABSB. IT GIVES UNSXCBLLHD SULPHUR BATaS.
9-7 lm GODPREY & MOORE, 10» H> SPRING 81., AGtti,Tß.
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