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Nancy Hanks Failed to Lower
It \esterclay.
The Fleet-Footed Mare Conld Do No
Better Than 2:06.
Ballsbnry Offera to Match Directum With
Any Trotter In the World—Yester
day'! Knees and Other
Sporting Kvents.
By the Aatoclatcd Press.
Chicago, Sept. 13.—Nancy Hanks
went against her record of 2:04 today at
Washington park before a crowd of
20,000 people, but 2:oti waa the beat she
could do. The weather wan perfect, but
the track a trifle too soft, and Nancy
tired badly in tho last eighth. The first
quarter was trotted in 31 tho half in
1:02)4, three quarters iv 1 :M'->, one mile
At the conclusion oi her effort Monroe
Salisbury, the owner of Directum, an
nounced that four days after Directum
goea against the world's trotting record
on Friday, he will stand ready to match
him against any trotting mare, stallion
or gelding in tho world, mile hesfa. in
harness, best three in five, for $5000 or
$10 000 n Bide.
Summaries: '
The 2:17 trot—Clara D. won, Kate F.
secoud, Cicorone third; time, 2:14%.
The 2;30 trot—Katie won, Break
o'Day eecond, Litdy Robert third ; time,
2:21 1 •.
Free for all pace, purse fSCOO—Flying
Jib won, W. W. P. second. Manager
third; time. 2:10« e , 2:0»» 4 . 2:o7}£. L.
H., Prima Donna and Hal uointer were
also entered.
The 2:46 trot—Peep o'Day won, Hen
rietta li. second, King Naeer third;
time, 2:21.
YestertUy'a Races at Graveeend, La'
tonla and St. I.oula.
Gkavissend, Sept. 13.—Track fast.
Mile and sixteenth—PriDce George
won, Illume second, London third;
time, 1:49.
Five aud one-half furlongs—Dr. Has
brouck won, Kingston second, Ameer
ihitd ; time, 1:07> 2 .
Sir furlongs—Tom Tough won, Red
Banner second, Evanatus third; time,
Mile and sixteenth—Don Alonzo won,
By Jove second, Tieaaure third; time,
Five furlongß—Frog Dance won, Little
Mac second, Aurelian ttiird; time, 1:02.
Fiye furlongs—Rightmore won, Flor
ence second. Patrician third ; time. 1 :03.
Six furlongs—Will Elliot won, Rama
Jordan third ; time, 1:14.
Cincinnati, Bept. 13.—Track slushy.
Seven fui longs—Harry Weidon won,
While Nose second, Tbe Hero third;
1 -Mii.
Mile—Dolly McOune won, Indigo sec
ond, St. Cyr third; time, 1-A7'.,.
Six furlongs—Decapod won, Confi
fhlenee second, Lady B. third; time,
Five furlongs—Tip won, Cyrus second,
French Cyrus third; time, 1:065£.
Nine-sixteenths mile—Santa Maria
won, Connie C. second, Susie 8., third ;
time, 0 :i>7%.
Five furlongs—Marie K. won, Little
Walter second, Volt third; time, 1 :()(>.
St. Louis, Sept. 13.—Track lumpy.
Five furlongs—Little Crete won, John
P. second, Minnii C. third; time,
Four and one-half furlongs—Bed
ford won. Kingcraft second, Border
third; time, O:5<J? 4 .
Four and ono-half furlongs—Leta B.
won. Major Dripps second, Mike Julian
third ; time, 1:00%.
Five furlongs—Mollie Bawn won,
Wild Huntress ascond, Knight third;
time, 1
Mile—Tom Kelly won, Rube Burrows
second, Leonard third; time, 1: 50',.
The Brltaunia Beats the Navahoe Only
Two Seconds.
Ryde, Isle of Wight, Bept. 13.—The
Prince of Wales' yacht Britannia won
the race for tbe Brenton Reef cup, de
feating the American yacht Navabje,
owned by Royal Carroll of New York,
by two seconds. It was an astonishing
ly close race, considering tbe fact that
the course is 120 miles in length. The
yachts started at 11:15 a.m. yesterday.
They reached the Leeds shortly before
11 o'clock last night, tbe Britannia
reaching tbe winning line one minute
and four seconds ahead of her American
competitor. After allowing time from
the start.it wae decided tbat the British
yacht won by two seconds only. On
. board the Navahoe it wag at first be
lieved tbe latter yacht was winning and
tbe winning flag was hoisted by her this
morning. The race to the stake boat
at Cherbourg was very close, tbe Nava
hoe having the best of the turn at 5:12
p.m., going around 30 seconds ahead of
the Britannia.
Carroll, owner of Navahoe, baa de
cided to enter a protest against the de
cision giving the race to the Britannia.
There is a question over the reckoning
of the time allowance. The course was
never sailed in such fast time before.
National League Games.
Cincinnati, Sept, 13.—A magnificent
pitchers' battle ended in a tie score after
15 innings. Cincinnati, 1; Philadel
phia, 1.
Louisville, Sept, 13.—Batting and
good fielding by the Louisville team
waa tbe feature, Louisville, 14; Wash
ington, 2.
Chicago, Sept. 13.—Two games with
good batting and fielding by tbe Colts.
First game: Chicago, 8; Boston, 6.
Second game called at the end of the
■ixth. Score, 8 to 8.
Cleveland, Sept. 13.—Good fielding
on both sides was tbe feature. Cleve
land, 3; New York, 2.
Baltimore, Sept. 13.—Pittsburga won.
Tbe game was called on account of' rain
at the end of tbe fifth, Baltimore, 1;
Pittsburgs, 6.
St. Louis, Sept. 13.—The Browns won
the game after a hard battle. St. Louis,
3; Brooklyn, 2.
Sanger Breaks a Record.
Springfield, Mass., Sept. 13.—At
Hampden park this afternoon, Sanger
broke the mfle record from the Bcratch
In competition, covering the distance in
2:11 1-5; tbe former record was 2:12 2-5.
The others in the race, Tyler, Wlndle,
Bliss, Zimmerman and Taylor, came in
In tbe order named.
Mitchell Starts for America.
London, Sept. 13.~Large crowds of
sporting men gathered this morning at
Enston Square station to bid adieu to
Charles Mitchell, the pugilist, who left
today for Liverpool ou hie way to the
United States, where he is expected lo
battle with Jnmes Corbett for the cham
pionship of the world.
Canadians Beaten at Cricket.
Top.onto, Sept. 13.—The I'nited States
Cricket team won the national cricket
match with Canadu by four wicket?.
The tores were: Canada, 87 and 230;
United States, 177 and 148, for six
Sudden l>e»th of Jfx-Govovnor Amoa or
New Yobii, Sept. 13—Frederick L.
Ames, tho millionaire vice-president of
the Old Colony railroad and a director
of the Union Pacific, waa found dead
this morning in the stateroom of the
steamer Pilgrim on its arrival from
Boston. He left Boston last evening to
attend a meetsng ot the Union Pacific
here today. He wns found lying in hia
berth, having evidently died sometime
during the night,
Reporters were excluded from the
boat. Humors were prevalent that the
official examination und autopsy wonld
reveal the fact that the cause of death
was entirely Oill'erent from that given to
the public. He wan refuted to be worth
♦25,000,000. lie held immense interests
in railroad etocka, and is eaid to have
been a director in ut least 00 railways.
At one time he held a vast amount of
Union Pacific Btock.
Deputy Coroner Conway, after view
ing the remains, gave it on his opinion
that death wsb due to apoplexy, tie
rolled from the bed to the floor at 3
o'clock thia morning and died instantly.
Rape Fiend Chavez on tiie Way to San
San Diego, Sept. 13.—Jose Antonio
Chavez, sentenced to 40 years in the
state's prison for criminal aseault, was
taken in a hack this evening to the
steamer Santa Rosa and there given in
charge of Sheriff Hill, who will see that
his prisoner is placed in the peniten
tiary. Chavez wore an Orogon boot
when leaving the fail, and during
his trip on the steamer wili be made
more secure by the audition of hand
cuffs. He is a desperate man, and be
sides the chances he would ordinarily
take in trying to escape he haß stated
that death is preferable to a long term
in prison. Watch will consequently be
kept that he does not commit suicide.
A Pittsburg Pension Attorney to Be
Prosecuted for Treason.
Pittsburg, Sept. 13,—A pension at
torney, whose name tho pension officials
refuse to divulge, has been writing let
ters to the suspended pensioners of this
district advising them to .kill President
Cleveland, Secretary Hoke Smith, Com
missioner Locbren and all others con
nected with the recent rulings of the
department suspending tbe payment of
certain pensions. Copies of the letters
have been forwarded to the interior de
partment. It is probable the attorney
will be arrested for treason. It ia said
he is a Grand Army man and a pen
Army of tbe Tennessee.
Chicago, Sept. 13.—The annual ban
quet of the Army of the Tennessee was
held at the Palmer honse tonight, about
200 members oi the society being pres
ent. The principal speakers were:
Father Thomas Sherman, Col. Cornelius
Cable, Gen. James A. Williamson and
Gov. McKinley of Ohio. The election
of officers for the e**uing yea*'resulted
in the selection■- of Gen. G, 9R>Dodge,
president; Gen, A'rJdre#' IlieWenloper,
corresponding secretary; CWi"Cable,
recording secretary; aud Goo. M. E.
Force, treasurer. A number bf vice
presidents were also elected.
Chief Arthur Settles n Grievance.
Omaha, Neb., S«pt. 13. —Grand Chief
Arthur of the Engineers' Brotherhood
talked over the Catskill branch case
with President Clark of the Union Pa
cific today. After being put in poßses-
Bion of all the facts Arthur sided with
the company. He declared no engineer
would be upheld in drinking wbiie on
duty. The engineers are not especially
interested in the wage reduction on the
Union Pacific, as they are on schedule,
and only suiter through reduced mile
"Old Prob" Bnrned Out.
Washington, Sept. 13.—There will be
no weather forecast tonight. The fire in
the cupola through which all the wires
of tbe Western Union Telegraph com
pany in this city pass totally destroyed
the service of that company here to
night. No serious damage was done to
the building, and the company probably
will be able to get its circuits in shape
A Battle with Burglars.
Roi.f, la., Sept. 13.—A desperate gang
of burglars waa discovered robbing a
store early this morning. A posse sur
rounded them and ordered them to sur
render, but their only reply was a vol
ley from revolvers, slightly wounding
two or three citizens. Tbe burglars
then escaped. A large posse is scouring
the country in search of the men.
Alleged Blackmail.
Chicago, Sept. IS.—-James P. Gage,
president of the Citizen's National bank
of Clinton, la., waa arrested tonight on
tbe charge of criminal assault, made by
Mrs. J. W. Burson of Washington. She
charges tbat Gage drugged and assaulted
her daughter Anna. Gage refused to
talk beyond saying tbat the case is an
attempt at blackmail.
A New Pension itullng.
Washington, Sept. 13.—Assistant Sec
retary of the Interior Reynolds has ren
dered a decision holding that the widow
of a deceased pensioner bas no right
under the law to make and prosecute au
original claim for a rerating of her hus
band's invalid pension. This overruled
a decision rendered in tbe last adminis
A Gonsiderate Highwayman*
Klamath Falls, Ore., Sept. 13. —The
highwayman who held up a stage Sun
day afternoon, stopped the same stage
yesterday and relieved two Chinese pas
sengers of $90, and returned to tbe driver
two pension drafts, part of tbe spoils of
bis first adventure. The express box
and mail pouches he left untouched tbis
It Should Be in Kvory Honse.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Bharpsburg, Pa,,
says he will not bo without Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.
That it cured his wife who waa threatened with
Pneumonia after au attack of "La Grippe"
when various other remedies and several phy
sicians had clone her no good. Robert Barber,
of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's New
Discovery has done him more good than any
thing he ever used for Lung Trouble. Nothing
like it. Try it. Free Trial Bottles at C. F.
Heinzeman's drug store. Large bottles, *0c
and $1.
SOWERKKOWT. M „f t p M H .^ e 9 t :
Stock Exchange Review.
Nkw Yor.K, Sept. 18,-Tae special feature of
today's market on Ihe s <> : exchange waa the
remarknhlu rallying rower of active stocks
after tho ezccsalvj declines which wore cs
tablubed by the bars. Iho tudden death ot
ixGove:nrr Ames of Mas(echu§ett» waa put
Into service at once to depress the leaders of
the market, ho having be;n closely Identified
with the Union Pacific, Western Union and
General Electric companies, and a heavy
lendc, upi n whom large corporations drew
when occasion required. A strong buying
movement, however, « as dovjloped by the de
cline, aula jump up was quickly made. An
othei raid was lo,lowed by auother rally, and
the market closed strong.
Government bonis cki.cd Inactive,
New York, Sent, 13 —Money on call eaiy;
ilo-ed c HVted at 3 pet cent.
Pri * c mercantile paper, H'a)l2 per cent.
Mteiltnii exchange, weak and dud: (iO-day
hankers' bUls,*4 B2Wf4.BSK; domand, *1.85
San Puaxclsco, Sept. 18 —Drafts, sight, 20.;
telegraphic 30c.
Nkw York,Bept. 13 —uloslngquotallonswere
as follows:
U. 8. Is, roglil'd. 110 iNor hern Pacific. 7%
do coup m 11l do preferred 25
U. s. %i, reg llOUiNortliwobtarn . 99?»
Pi title Us 102 i dopfd 135
Atclil'on KOJt S. l. Central 101
American Xz lUB Ogn Imp! 11',
CamiflaSouthiTU. ißielNavigation 41
Cuuada Phc lie , 74' 1 ., Short Line *'*
Central Pacific... 21 s. Pacific Mail 15},
Surllngtou H4M PO linan Palace . 72
Chicago Mas I! 0! X Kjadlng 19%
cotton Ooii 34! 4 Termli at h»j
Lackawanna 42 .K. ti. Western lo
Deiiv.rijfcU ... 30'J dopfd. 45
Distii.ers 'i\%\ dotr-ts b5
(I eat Northern... 12 ;Bocx tUaud Us,'^
Illinois Central... i'aul Oly A
Kansas &T. xas.. insist. Paoi it Omaha 35
Lake since ls>H -ugar tOU
Erad Trust 3r' t !Tex*s Pacific 7%
I.ouisvl & Nash. . 55'.,iWulls-Fargo 130
Mich. Cent 90'ilUniou Paniflc. ... 2?H
Mo. Carina Union... WAV*
Nat. Cordage 28!4|Electric 45%
do preferred 02 jbimeed Oil 18
N. Ami-ncan s;i<|U. 9. Express 50
Boston, Si-p;. 13—Following were closing
Atchls n Mexican* 7J£
Bell Telephone*.. 87 jSan Diegof 10
Burlington 84% i
"Bid f Asked.
Nkw York, Sept. 13 —Mining* shares closed
an fo lows:
Crown Point. SASlena Nevada 40
Con. t.a .it Va l.lOietaaaarrt 110
Bead wood 1.00 Union Coo 90
t'ould i» curry 20!Y,;,10w Jacket 35
llale& Norcross.. .40; Iron silver 10
Homcstaio B.s'i|Qulekailver 50
Mexican 40, dopfd. 15.00
Ontaiio O.OO'Bulwer. 10
Plymouth 101
Sa* Francisco, Sept. 13.—Closing quotations
wt re:
Belch< r 30 Potosi 30
Beat it Belcher... .50 Ophir 75
Chollar 25 lavage 30
Con. Va I.SO lerra Nevada 40
Confidence 55UnlonCou v 5
GouldiCurty 25 Yellow Jacket 40
liale lit Norcross.. ,50
Silver Bullion.
Ran Francisco, Eept. 13.-Silver bars, 73>i®
73Ji,e per ouuoe-
Mexictin dollars,
NEW York, Bept. 13.—Bar silver, 73?<c per
Wilh the gold price oi nne sliver Rt 74 gents
per ounce, the ratio of value ia aa 1 lo 27.93
At this ratio 14.70 grains gold equala in value
412H aralns silver. .
Gr. 25.8 grains gold equals in value72o% grs.
(iold value of silver dollar, 57U cents,
fcilver value of go.d dollar, $1.74%
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Sept. 12.—Wheat active; opened %
lower on rains In west; quickly rallied on
purchases by commission bouses; declined &C
on realizing sales beyond long", who had
bought at lower prices; rallied lj-jc; declined
lc, all on Bpeculallvo dealings; closed easy and
lc lower thau yesterday.
Receipts were 172,000 bushels; shipments,
110,000 bu hela.
Closing quotations: Wheat, easy; cash, 68Jio;
December, 72?„.
Corn—Lower: cash, 12; December, 42VJ.
Oats—Easy; cash, 20% c; December, 28c.
X ve—l4c.
T i mote y- if [email protected]
other oaAiK markets.
San Francisco, i-ept. 13. - Wheat, steady; De
cember, $1.1041; M ay, 01,29k.
Barley—lnactive; December, 80c.
Liverpool. Sept. 13 —wheat fteady, holders
offer moientely: No. 2 red winter, 5s 7d; No.
2 red spring. 5s 7Hd.
Corn—Hpot steady, holders offered freely, 4s
Id per cental; futures st'-ady, September, 4s
'•S'/Z i; October, 4s 4d; November, 4s td.
Chicago Stock Market.
Chicago, Sept. 13.—Cattle: Receipts were
ISOUO head. The market was Bteadv. Too
natives. f0.00g5.35: cood to prime, $1.60®
105: medium, $4.10(94.25: others, $3,259
$3 75;Texans, $2.55(93.05; wtsterm, $3.0038
Hogs—Receipts were 23 000 head. The mar
ket opened sglse higher; closed with the ad
vance lost. Mix- d and packets, $5.6045.80;
rofighs. $5.40395 45: prime heavy aud butch
ers' weights, $5.9036.20; prime light, $6.25
Sheep—Receipts were 14,000 head. Natives,
$2.50(94.25; weitern, $2.95353.60.
California Fruit Sales.
Boston, Bept. 12.—The Karl Fruit com
pany sold California fruit at anctlon today, re
in;/.nut the following prices: Bartiett pears,
Totay grapes, $3.50(83.75;
half crates. Tokay grapes, $1.55(02.25: orange
cling peaches, $1.55(91,65; goldeu cling
peacbes, $1.1154)1.75; half boxes, $1 08; B<rt
lett pears, ripe, $1.65(92 00; Winter Beckcl
pears, [email protected]; half crates, 80<990c; Beurre
Clairgean pears, $1.40(91.60.
New Yokk, Sept. 12.—The Harl Frnit company
sold California fruit at auction today at tbe fol
lowing prices: Tokay grapes, half crates, $1.50
1.70; Muscat grapes, half crates, $1.15(91.30;
Grosprunrs, $1.25(91 50; Hungarian prunes,
$1.25(91.50: Bartiett peers, green, $2 00(93.00;
BeurreHardy pears, $1.65(91.80; peaches, 75c
(9$ 1.00. Some fruit arrived lv bad order and
sold for less.
Cuicaoo, Sept. 12.—The Earl Fruit company
■old Califoruia fruit today at auction, realizing
prices aa follows: Tokay grapes, half crates,
[email protected]: some bad, 56c(951.05; Muscat
grapes, $1,703)1.30; half cratea. [email protected];
Malaga grapes, half cratea, 85c(a$l 15; Bart
iett pears, $1.50(92.10; half boxes, $1.00; On
ondaga pears, $1.45(91.50; Doyenn peara,
$1.20(91.30; Duehetß pears, $1.20(9155;
Beurre CUlrgeau rears, $1.1001.25; Beurre
Hardy pearr, 650(951.20; Howell pears, $1.16
(91.25; Picquetes late peaches, 90c(9$1.10;
Orange cling peaches, 70(g80c: Baiaway
peaches, 85(<{95c; Hungarian prnnes, UOe®
Kansas City, Sept. 12.—The Karl Fruit com
pany sold California fruit at auction today at
the following prlcea; Bartiett peara, $1.25(9
1.50; Flemish Beauty pears, $1,003*1.10.
General Markets.
New Yoek, B«pt. 15.—Hops quiet.
Collee—Options closed Blrong end firm. The
soles were 23,260 baes. September. $16.3008
16.80; Ootober, $16.35(1616.75; November
$15.95(810.15; December, $15.75t'«V15.80; Spot
Eio, c.osed strong, No. 7, 17^'<017%c.
Sugar—Raw, strong; leflning, 3%e; centrifu
gals, 06 test, 3»ic; refined, strong.
Copper—Strong; lake, $9.0? U.
Lead -Firm; omestin, $3 90.
Tin—Strong; strait, $20.00; plates steady
Salt Meats and Lard.
Chicago, Sept. 13.—Pork, firm; cash. $14.60-
January, $13.80. ' ""*' D "-
Lard—Steady; cash, $8.50: January, $7 75
Bibs—Steady; cash, $10.00; January, $7,25.
New York, Bept. 13—Wool steady; domestic
fleece, [email protected]; pulled, [email protected]
New York, Sept. 13,—Petroleum was stead;.
October, 610 bid. "
Chicago, Sept. 13—Whisky, $1 13.
[The quotations given below are errant
wholesale selling prices.]
Mill Prod nets.
Flour— Per bbl., L. A. XXXX, $3.60; Capitol
Mills, $3 60; Sperry'a, $4.15: Drifted Snow,
$1.15; Victor, $4.15; Crown, $4 15; Stocktonia.
Mill Feed—Bran, per ton, $12; shorts, 23;
mixed feed (corn and birley), per 100 lbs., $1:
cracked corn, $1.15; feed meal, $1.20; rolled
barley, 80c.
Poultry and Kge*.
Foui/rav-llena, ${5 0035.50.) per dnz ;
young roosters, $4 00(34.50; old roos,era, $5.00;
brohcri $2 50(43.00; uuck«, £5.0046.00; tur
keys, 13*.Me per lb.
Eous-Cailfornia ranch, 27(i$28c psr doz.
Brans—Navy or small white, per 100 lbs.,
$2.76013.25; pink, per 100 lb'., $3.0043.50;
bluck-eved. per 109 lbs., $2.50:42 75; Linn',
Pot.toss—Per 100 lb •., (SO^SSc.
Bkkts — Per 100 ibj., $1.90.
CAIiIUGE-Per 100 ib-., 55((t70c.
CAimoTa-Per 100 lbs., $1 90.
chiles-Dry per string, 75n«o»l .00.
Onions—Per 100 lb'., 75<«151.00.
Parsnips—Per 100 lbs., $1 50.
Tomaioes—Per box. 60c.
TußNii-s—Jcr 100 lb?., 80c.
Dairy Products.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 28 ounce squares.
55;*57}$p; fancy dairy, per rob, 47>,«SS0j;
choice, 45(347;,,.
CHEESE—Kattern, per lb ,[email protected]; California,
large, lie; 31b. hand, 13c.
Oram and Hay.
Bari.ry—Percental. 75c.
wiikat—No. 1. percental, $l.lg.
Corn-Per cental $1 10.
Cats—N». 1.1 er cental, $1.50.
Hay—Oai.VSKO; wheat, $9;t»10; barley, $8
(SO; alfalfa, $8;«9.
Straw—Barley, per ton, $5; wheat, $5.
Smokf-d Monts, Ktc,
Hams—Rex, per lb., 14Uc.
Bacon—Rex, per lb., Defiance, 10>,o;
light medium, ISi^n.
Pouk—Dry salt. 13Kc per lb.
Dried Beef—Per ib., 13 ■.
LAHD-Per lb., in tierces, componnd.'SHc;
Eagle, pure, 10c» Rex, pute, 10;..jc; special
brand, 11c.
Wines and Liquors.
[Quotations on liquors revised by H. J. Wool
lat ott. importer and ex porter. See au.|
Chami'aones—Mumm. pints,s3s; qua>t.s,s:i3;
Pommery, pint , $30 50; quarts, $34 60; Koe
derer, pints, $36 50; quarts, $34 no, Monoeole,
pints, $35; quaits, $33; Delbtck, pints, $31;
quarts, $32.
Titters—Angostura, $18,15: Datnlana, $7;
Fernet Branca $16.60; Hostetter's, $K.f>o:
Amer Picon. $17, Harier's Wild Cnerry, $7.75;
Peruvian, $7.75: Peppermint, $2.25; Venezue
la, $8.25; Lasn, $7.
ALt —Bass & Co , by Foster,sll,7s: by Bnrke,
$17.50; Teunenfs, $13.50; McMullen'a $21.
bTOur—GninessV, by Foster; $11.50; by
Burke, $17.50; Johnton, $11.50; Tenutnt'r,
BBSR—Valßlatz Milwaukee, quarts, $11.50;
plntr, $12; Red Rlbbou, quarts, $15; plnls, $16.
Extract of Malt—Hou's Malt, $3.25: Liquid
Bread, $3.75: Best Tonic $2.76 per dozeu.
WmaxY—Duffy s Malt. $9.25; Hermitage,
$11: Belle ol Bourbon, $950; H. J W. Bour
bon, $8.50; H. J. W. Rye. $8.50; Mellwood,
$11; J. H. Cutter 0.E., $11 05; A No. 1, $8.50;
Old Taylor, $12.
Whisky by Bbl.—From $1.65 to $3.45 per
gallon, according to age.
Scotch Whisky—Stewart's Aberdeen, $12.50;
Gam kirk, $13.00.
Irish WmsKY-Irish Malt, $11.00; Burkes,
Ksgs—Five-gallon, 65c; 10-gallon, 90c; half
barrels, ip 1.55.
DsMUCHNs—HaIf-gallon, $2.75; one gallon,
tsiNGSR Alk—C. &C. Belfast, $15.00; Ross,
Gin —A. V. H., $24 00; I. A. I N„ $25.50;
Boom's Old Tom, $11.00; Burnett's $10.50;
Wolf's, pints, $12; quaits, $11.
Sauternk — Burt's, quarts, $1100: pints,
SI2.00; A. De Luce A Fils, quarts $13; pints,
White Wink—Geiaenhelmer, quarts, $14.00;
Macco.rauner, quarts, $10,110; L«bfraunrllcb,
quarts, $17.00; Koenlgen Vie Berb, quarts.
Clarst—Chateau La Eose, quatti, $7.00,
pints, $8; Margaux, pints, $12 00; .purls, $i >;
Chateau de Frands, quarts. $9.00; pint ,$10;
Poate't Cauetj quarts, $14.00: plnls, $15.
Mineral Water—Apollinarls, quart", $9 50;
pints, $13.50: Betheada, quarts, $8.50; half
gallons, $5.50: Londonderry, half gallons,
$7.00: quarts, $10.00; pints, $14.00; Hunyadl,
$11.75; Napa bods, pints, $900; quar s, $7.50;
White Rock, $U.&0; Vichy, $12.50.
Co9NAC—Heanessy, X, $16.75; TXX.S2I;
Marlell X, $17,50; Martoll XXX, $21 50; Ktx
rlste, Dupont A Co., $20.
Cobdiai s—Marlsohlne, $t3.50; Vermouth,
N. P., $9.65; Italian, $6.50; Kummel, $15;
Absinthe, $19 50: Anisette, $17.
Wines—i;laret, 30f*55c; Zlnfandel, 55<a85c:
Port, Angelic?, Sherry, Muscatel, 45c(g51.25
per gallon. ,
Wkdnejday, September 13
Clara. Van Lress to W H Dickinson-Lot I, blk
95. Santa Monica; $550.
E T Palmer to C N Peck-Lot 5, blk 38, Clare
mont; $5.
A MSymesto M Taylor—Lot 22, blk 3, Mo-
Brideß' sub blk 183, Pomona: $650.
M B Teagne et ux to J B Young—9.s6 acres
In La Verne tract: $5000.
A H Tufts, trustee, to John Woy—E % of EJ£
lot 31, Northeast Pomona tract: $5.
C Eyers to J Maclsy— W \£ north 10 acres of
b'k 75, Maclsy Ko ex-Mission de San Fernando;
iN A Budiong to G W Couttas—Lot 20,Waverly
JLMaelay to Jffmith—W H NlO acres of
blk 75, Mac ay Bo ex-Mlsslon de Sau Fernando;
J Bnrkhard et ux to S 80nner—36.75 feet on
Les Angeles street, near First; $12,000.
W J James lo W H Jonca—Lota 29 and 31, b'.k
7, AlneV sub of Glassell tract: $250
W J Faulk to M A Soriver—Lot 81, Frank's
sub of Velensuela tract; $21.
E Bamesberger to M L Bamesberger—W %of
NW of lot 186, Ko ex-Mlislon deSau Fernando;
W Mead to J C Wlllmon—Lots 33, 34, 35 and
36 Goodwin tract: also loti 3 and 3, blk E,
Sherman tract; $350.
Johnson D Keeuey company to C L Pardee—
Loi 11, blk 3, Williamson tract; $1700
J Gar.ett to M Williamson—Lot 13, blk 2,
Plater's sub of Messick tract: $1150.
R E Paulsen to s Paulsen—S nJ£ of sec 10, T
7N, Rl3 W; $2400.
G H Peck, jr. et ux to M Durante—Lot 22,
Peak's sub of bik 60, San Pedro, $150.
G H Peck, •, et ux to C Bplnoco—Lot 21,
Peck'saub of brk 60, San Pedro; $150.
C S Montgomery to X E Boiling—Lot 189,
Wicks' subd Garbollna A Cooper and South &
Porter tract; $1.
Elliott company to B Brownell—Lots S and T
blk 115. Santa Monica; $600.
C Knobloek to I N Russell-Lot 12, Orchard
tract; $2300.
G H Thummel et ux to I M Heffleman—s
acres in E % NE ii see. 7, T 1 s, X 9 W; $1100.
C French et ux to R Mason—Lota 17 to 22, in
clusive, blk B, French's subd of Burbauk tract;
J W Walker et ux to J R Carter—B % lot 4,
Meadow Park tract; $1.
L Ficelich et ux to J J Phelps—Lot 9. Kughen
& Casterliue's subd Ward tract: $1700,
D Burbank et ux to 8 M Reynold:—2s.3s
acres in lot 67, subd of Ro Provideocia and
Scott tract; $2500.
J Bailey etux to H M Ward--Lot 9 blk 1,
Whittier; $100.
H M Ward et ux to A O Bailey—Lot 11 blk 1,
Whittier; $100
J Bailey et ux to A O Bailey—Lot 10, same
trt; $100.
G Gilbert to J G Wilks-Lot 47, Hyde Park
trt; $30.
Deeds 32
Nominal 9
Total. $ 35,224.00
Notb—Figures separated by a dash indicate
page and number of book of miscellaneous
All danger of drinking impure water is avoid
ed by adding 20drop> of the genuine Angostura
Hitters manufactured by Dr. Siegert it Sous.
At all druggists.
RESULTS !n 80 DAYS. Cures
Nervous Diseases, Failing 1 Memory, \_ *T ™S
Paresis, Sloeplessnesß* Nightly Suits-
slons, gives vigor to shrunken organs, etc.
caused by pant abuses and quickly but surely restore*
Lost Mon hoc iln old or young, hastily carried in vest
pockot. Price 01.00 a package. Six for #6.00 with a
written nanitM to cure or money refunded. .Don't
let any unprincipled druggist sell you any kind of
imitation, insist on having IKl»AP«—none other, XT
he has not got it .wo will send It by mail upon receipt of
price. Pamphlet In sealed envelope free. Address
Oriental Medical Co., 48 Firmest* Pise*, Chleage* Uk
SOLD by H. Germain, 123 South Spring St., LOS
ANGELES. CAL., and other Leading Druggist*
Combined with Sulphate of Hydrastis.
Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Lose oi Appetite,
Debility and a low condition of the system
will be promptly relieved and cured by Ita vie.
Invaluable for overworked business men and
weak, nervoui women. Plenant, prompt and
efficient. 190 doses $1. Get the genuine, man
uiaotuied only by Taylor A Myers Pharmacy
Co., St. Paul, Minn.
Lot Angeles agents, H. M. BALI & SON, 330
8. Soring st, 4-1 ly
5 What is the condition of yours? Is jfonr hair dry,
3" Mimlsf harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Ha 3 ft a
j BMW lifeless appearance? Does it fail out when combed or
5 JnUraa. brushed? Is it full of dandruff ? Does your scalp itch ?
5 JHHBfljit Is it dry or in a heated condition ?If tiic.se are some of
5 your symptoms be warned in time or you will become bald.
I /BmSkookumßootHair Grower
■C (l. /» s whatyou need. Ita production la not an accident, but tho ro»nH of scientific
iiC V ■ I rcfwirch. Knowledge of the tin: balr and cculp led to the dlscov
m\r VwiHwM fiT ? oC how to treat tbom. "Skookum "contains neither minerals nor oils. It
J* / VTumffiinl'lW V iB not 11 hut a delightfully cooling aud refreshing Ttulr, liy stimulating
5 / f \ t!ie folliull;8 > stops falling hair, cures danrlr »J* and prows Aair ok. 6oia
i / li iWiWrnn W Keep the scalp clean, healthy, and free- from irritating eraptlonn.tiy
* f I immmr \\ \ tho U( "° ° r Sknokwii Stsin Soap. It destroys paraattto insects, which feed on,
I 'li \%alwa t'l an< * the hair.
J* I {''ivil'WiWß ii' i l If yourdriiKKist cannot supply you send direct tons, anS wo -.Till forward
t| I ///!' 1 A\ prop*' l *"! ° n receipt of price. Grower,sl.Coper bottle ; G /or $5.00, tioup,ooc.
J/ ill™ lj »\ P xhE'sKOOKUri ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
5 TB pShtend ßiL 07 Soutn F,fth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Los Angeles Terniioal R'y.
Loa Angelea Depots: East end ol First atreet
and Oowney averiae bridges,
Leave Loa Angelea for Leave Pasadona for
Pasadeua Loa Angelea.
* 6:35 a.m * 7:15 a m
* 7:lOa.ra t 8:0} a.m
* 8.00a.m * 0:05 a.m
* 9:' Oa.m '10:85 a.m
"10:3Ua.m '12:00 m
'12:70pm * 1:05 p.m
* 1:25 p.m * 3:09 p m
* 3:20p.m * 4:05 o.m
* 4:00p.m * *:25 p.m
* 6 20p.m..., * 7:05 p.m
* 0 20 cm ra 8:05 p.m
t 8:25 p.m <l 9:05 a m
11:09p.m <olO:20p.m
'11:46 p.m
Downey avenue leaving limo 7 mmutes l.ter.
Leave Los Angeles loi cave Altadena June-
Altadena Junction. , lion for Loa Angeles.
* 9.00a.m | *10:10 a m
(10:30a.m a m
c 1:26 p m i ii 2:30 p.m
* 4:00p.m I * 5.00 p.m
1 5:20 p.m i t 6:45 p.m
b 6:20 p.m ! blO:oO o.m
All trains start from First street dep>t.
Leave Los Angeles fori Leave Glendale lor Los
(Jlendale. Angelea
t 0:40 a.m •.. t 7:26 a.m
t B:2oam 1 9:12 a.m
112:35 p.m 1 1.30 p.m
* 5:25 p.m * 6 13 p.m
Leave Los Angelea foi Leive Hast San Pedro
Long Beach and East for
San Pedro. Los Angeles
1 8:00a.m * 7:15 a.m
- 9:45 a.m »ll:lft a.m
*12:45 p.m * 3:40 p m
* 6:15 p.m 1 7:00 p.m
Between East San Pedro and Long Beach 10
Trains leave Los Angelea, 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Suudaya 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:25 p. in., 4 p.
m., 5:20 p.m.
Saturdays, 9 a.m., 1:25 and 4 p.m. and 6:30
p.m.: returning leave Knbio Pavilion, 9:40 p.
m . arrive Los Angel-s, 10:45 p.m.
Fini Pavilion and Hotel, good music and
grand entertainment.
The following trains make connection at
East San Pedro with steamers to and from Cata
lina Island: ...
Mofllay, Wednesday and Friday, leave Los
Angeles at 12:46 p.m., and arrive at Los An
geles at 12:20 p.m Saturday, leave Loa An
gelea at 5:15 p.m. Sunday, leave Loa Angeles
at 8 00 a.m. an 1 arrive at Los Angeles at 7:45
* Daily, t Dally except Sundays. } Sundays
on'v. a Except Saturdays, b Saturdays only,
c Saturdays aud Sundays only.
Tne 10:30 a.m.ands:iO p.m. trains on the
Paaadetitt dlv.sion ruu through to AlUdena
Sunpays, connecting there wiiu Mt. Lowe rail
Stages meet the 8:00 a.m. and 12:20 p.m.
trains at Pasadena for lit Wilson on new trail
Passengers leaving Los Angelea on the 8 a.m.
train for WlUon'a peak can return tne same day
Theater nights the 11 p.m. train will wait 20
mi n v v s after the theater Is out when later than
10:40 p.m.
►special rates to excursion and pleato parties.
Depots east end First street and Downey ave
nue bridges.
General offices, First-street Depot.
T. B. BOBNETT, General Manage.
Jy3-tf W. WWCUP, Gea. Passenger Ag>,
Uoodall, Perkins & Co., General Agents, San
Northern route, embrace lines for Pert'and,
Or., Victoria, B C,and Puget Sound, Alaska
and all coast points.
Fort H'rford, S B Corona. September 5,14,
Santa Barbara.... 23; October 2.
Port Los Angeles. S.S. Banta Boss, September
Newport 1, 10,19, 28; Octobtr 7.
San Diego
For— 8. S. Loj Angeles, September
East San Pedro... 3, 12,21, 30; October 9.
Ban Pedro and S.B. Eureka, September 8,
way ports 17, 26; October 5.
For— IS. 9. Sunt* Rosa, September
3,12, 21, 30: October 9.
San Diego S.S. Corona, September 7,
I 16, 25; October 4,
For— iS.S. Santa Rosa, September
Ban Francisco..... 5,14, 23; October 2.
Port Harford S. S. c irons, September 9,
Santa Barbara I 18,27; October 6.
For— S. S. Enrek", September 2,
San Fran else* 11. 20, 29; October 8.
and S.S. Los Angeles, Sertember
way ports 6, 15, 24; Ootober 3.
Cars to connect with steamers via Sin Pedro
leave S. P. 8. R. (Arcade deoot) at 5 p. m. and
Terminal R. R. depot at 5:15 p.m.
Cats to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe
depot at 10 a. m or from Redondo Railway
depot at 9 a.m.
Cara to connect via Port Los Angeles leave S.
P. R. R. depot at 1:10 p. m. for steamers north
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office,
where bertha may be secured.
The company reserves tho right to chsnge
the steamers or their days of sailing.
gJmV For pas-age or freight as above or for
tickets to and from all important points in
Europe, apply to
H W. PARRIS, Agent.
Office, No. 124 W, Second street. Los Angeles.
Redondo Railway-
Bummer Time Card No. 10.
Los Angeles Depot, Corner Grand Avenue and
Jefferson street
Take Grand avenue cable or Main street and
Agricultural Park hone can.
Trains Leave Trains Leave
Los Angelea Redondo
for Redondo for Lo i Angeles
7:50 a.m. 7:20 a.m.
9:00 a.m. 9:10 a.m.
1:35 p.m. 11:00 a.m.
5:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
7:50 a.m. 7:20 a.m.
9:00 a.m. 9:10 a.m.
10:30 a.m. 11: 0 a.m.
1:35 p.m. 2:50 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:00 i>.m.
s:Sop.m. 5:30 p.m.
Running >lme between Los Angeles and Re
dondo Beach, 50 minutes.
City ticket office at A. B Oreenwald's Cigar
Store, corner First and Spring streets.
' GEO. J. AINBWORTH, President,
R. H, THOMPSON, Vice-President,
J. N. BPTTON, Sup't, Redondo Beaoh.
Compagnie Generate Traosatlantique.
North River, foot ot Morton street.
Travelers by this line avoid both travel by
English railway and the discomfort of crossing
the channel in a small boat.
LA BRETAONE, September 30.
LA UASOOSNK, Ootober 14.
LA TODRAINE, Ootober 21.
LA BRETAONE, October 28.
LA CHAMPAGNE, November 4.
For freight or passage apply to
A. FORUET, Agent,
No 3 Bowling Green. New York.
J. F. FTJOAZI & CO., agents, 5 Montgomery
aye., San Francisco. Branch office, IB Mont-
Pomery street. Tickets tor sale by all railroad
and steamship offices. 3 1 tf
Southern Pacific Company
SEPTEMBER 9, 1893.
Trains leave and aro cue lo arrive at
Fifth street, dally, as follows:
Leave for pest.nation, i Arr. Irom
8.30a.m Banning i
Banning ! 4:00 p.m
Colton i 59:21 a.m
8:30 a.m Colton U10:l0a.m
10 30a.m Colton I 4 00 p.m
4 SO p.m colton 9:15 p.m
8:30 a.m ■. .Denting and East... 1 4:00 p.m
8:30 a m . ..El Pas • and East....! 4:90 p.m
Chino i s9:2la.m
B:3oa.m| Chino i a 8:59 a.m
4:30 p. to Chtno |Alo:10a.m
Aft:4sp.m Chino ! B:isp.m
9:25 a.m!Loog Bch Sc San Pedroj 8:15 am
12:40 p.ml an Pedro & Long Teh 11:59 a m
5:00 p.miLong Bch Sc San Pedio 4:15 p.m
2:00 p.m Ogden Sc East, 2d class 7:30 a.m
10:40 p.m;ogden Sc East. Ist class 1:48 p.m
10:40pml .. . .Portlai d, Or. 7:30a.m
] Riverside s9:2lam
8:30 a.m fclveriide AlO:10a.m
10:30 a.m .Riverside 4:00 p.m
4:30 p.m Riverside 915 p.m
San Seruardino ' s9:2lam
8:30 a.m.. San Bernardluo !AlO:l9am
19:30 a.m San Bernardino . j 400 p.m
4:30 p.m San Bernardino.... j 9:15 p.m
Redlandt s9:2la.m
8:30 a.m Redlands. Al9:loa.m
10:30a.m Kefllduds 4:00 p.m
4:30 p.or, Redlands 9 15 p.m
2:00 p.m 4an Fran & Sac ram' to 7:30a.m
10:40 p.m San Fran Sc Kacram'to 1:48 pm
a 9:52 a.m Santa Ana Sc Anaheim 9:03 a.m
5:10 p.m Santa Ana St Anaheim Ai m o.m
7:30a.m Santa Barbara 148 p.m
2:00 p.m Ssnta, Barbara 9:10 p.m
59:29a.m Santa Monica.... 8:08 am
9:30 a.m.. ..Santa Monica 8:50a.m
10:20 a. m Santa Monica 12:10 p.m
1:10 p.m ....SantaMonica 4:25 p.m
5:15 p-m Santa Monica ! 5:37 pm
6:25 pm ianta Monica I 66:35 p.m
10:20 a. m Soldie s' Home.... 8:08a.m
«:25 p.m... Soldiets' Home 5:87p.m
s9:2oam Port Los Angeles. 12:10pm
9:39 a.m Port Los Ange e'. . 4:25 p.m
s 10:20a.m tort I,os Angeles... 55:37 p.m
1:10 p.m Port Loa Angeles.., 53:35p.m
4:52 p.m Tustin 8:43 a.m
A9:49a. m Whittier 8:43a.m
4:52pm Whittier Al:4sp,m
8:15a.m Monrovia 7:55 a.m
Monrovia A9.57a.m
a3 .00 p.m Monrovia
5:15 pm Monrovia 4:45 p.m
Southern Pacltiu Comnany's trains connect
ataau Pedro with the flnest9amer Falcon.
Leave. Arcade Depot. Arr ye.
12:40 p.m Monday 11:56 a.m
12:40 p.m Wednesday ll.^Oa.m
12:40n.m Friday 11:59 a.m
5:00 p.m...Saturday
8:00 a.m Sunday
5:00 p m Jsiinday. | 7 :15 p m
Toko Santa Monies trains f rota Stn Fernandt
street. Nand's lunotlon, Commercial street,
Arcade depot, Jefferson street (Wlnthrop sta
tion), Grand avenue, or University.
For north: Arcade, Commercial street,Naud's
Junction, Ban Fernando street.
For east: Arcade, Commercial atreet, Naud's
For other branchea: Arcade, Commercial
street, Naud's Junction. Ban Fernando street.
Local and through tlokets sold, baggage
checked, Pullman sleeping car reservations
made, and general Information given upon ap
plication to J. M. CRAWLEY, Asst. 0 Pas. Agt„
No 144 8. Spring st.. oor. Second. CUARLSB
SKY' ER, Agent at depot*,
a Sundays only.
A Sundays excepted.
BICHD GRAY. Sen. Traffic Mgr.
Geii'l Passenger Agt,
COMPANY. (Santa Fe Route.)
Trains arrive and depart from La Grande sta
Leave. Los Angeles. Arrive.
* 5:15 p.m ....Chicagol imited.... * 7:50a.m
* 7:00 a.m...Overland Express....* 0:20p.m
* 8:15 a.m .San Diego Coast Line. * i :15p.m
* 4:30 p.m .Sen Diego Coast Line. * 6:50 p.m
* 7:00 a.m f 1 * 7:50a.m
* 8:00 s.m ...San Bernardino.. I * 9:50a.m
i .... via Pasadeua.... 1- t 1:25 p.m
* 4:00 p.m ; * 6:20 p.m
* 5:15 p.m I j * 7:35 p.m
* 7:00 a.m f Riverside via.... \ t 1:25 p.m
* 9:00 a.m..Ban < ..Ban Bernardino.. > • 6:20p.m
* 6:05 aim ( ■ • lißlverside'and!.. 1 *ib:lsa.m
(11:00 am < ...San Bernardino.. >
* 4:30 p.m I via Orange J * 6:50 p.m
* 7:«J0 a.m (Redlands, Mentonel * 9 50a.m
* 9:00 a.m....and Highland. .. t 1:26p.m
J via > * 6:20 p.m
* 4:00 p.m Pasadena t 7:85 p.m
* 6:15p.m I J
* 0:05 a.m f Redlands, Ventonel '10:15 a.m
til 00a.m < .and Highland, via. 1-
* 4:3opm (Orange <& Riverside) * 6:sopm
* 9:00 a.m ( 1 » 7:35 a.m
..Azusa, Pasadena . I ' 8:43a.m
* 1:30p.m I and I * 9;soam
* 4:oopm < Intermediate.... > * 1:25 p.m
* 5:30p.m Stations i * 4:16 p.m
J 6:35 p.m I * 6:20 p.m
* 7:00p.m I J * 7:35p.m
* 7:ooam Pasadena * 7:soam
* 5:15 pm Pasadena * 1:25p.m
* 6:05a.m Santa Ana * 8:50a.m
* 8:15 a.m Santa Ana
f 1:50p.m Santa Ana * 1:15 p.m
* 4:30p.m S.nta Ana * 6:50p.m
* 9:00 a.m Santa Monica * 8:295.m
*10:00a.m Santa Monica * 2:15 p.m
* I:3opm Santa Monica * 4:44p.m
* 5-25p.m Santa Monica * 6:10 p.m
* 9 00 a.m Redondo * 8:29 a.m
»10:00a.m Redondo * 2:15 p.m
* 1:30 p.m Redondo * 4:44 p.m
* 5:25 p.m Redondo * 6:10 p m
t 9:00a.m San Jacinto v Pasadena t 1:25 p.m
,11:00 a.m San Jacinto via Orange
t 9.00 a.m Temecula via Pasadena t 1:25 p.m
tll:00a.m ..Temecula via Orange. tlo:lsp.m
t 8:15a.m Escondido v CoastLinet 1:15 p.m
•Daily iDally except Sunday, t Sundays
only. X. W. McGEE, City Pass. & T. Agt.
129 N. Spring St.. Loa Angeles.
And La Grande station.
Leave Los Angeles {or
Rubio Cation via Leave Rubio Cation
Terminal Hallway. for Los Angele*.
9:00 a. m. daily. 9:40 a. m. daily.
10:30 a.m., Sun. only. 11:10 am , Sun. only
1:25 p.m. Sat. & Sun. 2:05 p.m , Sat. & Sun.
4 00 p.m.,daily. 4:40 p.m., dally.
6:30 p.m., Wed. <&Sat. 6;20p m., Sun. only.
9:40 p m., Wed. aisat.
The incline oatJ wili run between Bublo
Cafion and Echo Mountain 15 minutes af er
the arrival of. each train. Beyond Echo Moun
tain are 20 miles of the finest bridle road to be
found In any part of the world, on whloh the
Jrandest scenery that can be found on the globe
a at hand at every turn.
On the summit of Echo mountain laddie an
imals are always in waiting, with competent
guides, to convey parties through Castle Canon,
Grand Cafion and Crystal Springs to Mt. Lowe
and highest peaks visible from Pasadena,
Los Angeles to Rubio Cafion, $1 ;to Echo
Mountain, $2,70.
Pasadena to Rubio Cation, 65 cents; to Echo
mountain, $2.35.
Altadena Junction to Rubio Canon, 40 cents;
to Xcho Mountain, $2.
Saddle animals from Echo Mountain to Mt.
Lowe, (S2. D.H.BURKS,
Lot Angeles ticket agent, Stimson block, Spring
and Third streets.
Oeneral office?, Qrand Opera House bock.
Pasadena, Cal. T. S. C. I.OWE,
President and General Manager.
J. T. WHEXDON, Traffic Manager. 7-11
DH. WON'G JIIM, who liai practiced mell
tinn in Los Angeles lor 18 years, and
; wnose «,ffiee Is at 639 Upper Main »tret, wlli
tre*t by medicines ail diseases of women, men
, and ctilldren. Tito doctor claim* that he has
I remedies which are superior to all othors as a
| spe-'lfic for trouble* of women and men. A
trial alone will eonviuco the sick that Dr.
Wong lllm's remedies are more ctllctcious than
] Can be prescribed. Dr, Wong Him isa Chinese
i pt y-icianof prominence aud agemleinan of te-
I tponalblllty. Bit reputation Ismore than well
established, and uli persons needing his serv
ices can rely upon hia ski'l aud ability. A cure
is guaranteed in evryci.e in which a recov
ery is possible. Herb medicines for sale.
039 Upper Maiu St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Los ANGELES, Cal , June 17, 1893.
To the Public: I have been Buttering with
pilostiuu kidUL" t.oubio for over live yeara,
and have ir.cd lev-oat remedies, but all failed
to relieve me. A short time since I tried Dr.
Wong II im, 939 Uppir Main street, and I am
now well and strong, and consider him a first
class doctor. Yourstru.lv.
235 3. Hill St., LO3 Angeiei, CaL
Los akosi.es. June 9 1893.
To the Punnet For over Cvu years I have
been troubled with nervous s ck-hoadacho and
livor complaint. I didn't seem to And any help
from the many doctors and medicine, that I
tried until 1 tritd Dr. Wong Him, 633 Upper
Main street. lam now well. Yours truly,
48 Hinton aye., Los Angeles, Cal.
/^y^, DR * gibbon ' s
meat ol Sexual anflV
% f |^ Ucjml Q ttl di^ fta ses,^suci»
Weakness, tmpotency and Lout Manhood per*
maunntly cured- Tne sick and afflicted shonit
not fall io call upon him. The Doctor has traT>
eletf extensively In Europe and inspected thor
ouehlv th* various hospitals there, obtaining
a trieat deal of valuable information, whlch heli
competent to Impart to those in need of his ser
vices. Tho Doctor cures where others fall.
Tiyhlm. DX. GIBBON will make no cbarg*
uu"'r'H he .-fleet*, a cure. Persons at a distance
it! RED AT HOMSC. All communications
L'irictly confidential. AU letters answered Is)
'-Jain envelopes, Gall or write. Andrew
80*1957, Iran Francisco, GaL i
Me* tion Los Amceles Hjcbald. 12-17 v I
Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored*
Celebrated English Remedy ;
It is sold on a positive mf jr% J
guarantee to cure any «5 •» Wl
form of nervous pros- w
trationor any disorder 1 susjw
of the genital organs of Jv^— ✓
either sex, caimed gswWiVISMW
EeforO« by excessive use of After*
Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on account
of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc.*
Dizziness, Convulsions, Wakefulness, Headache,
Mental Depression. Softening of tho Brain, Weak
Memory, Hearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness,
Hyßteria, Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhosa.
Loss of Power and Impotency, which if neglected*
may lead to premature old ago an A insanity.
Positively guaranteed. Price. $: .00 a box; 6 boxes
for $5.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price. A written
guarnntee furnished with every $5.00 order received*
to refund the money if a permanent cure ia not
FRSEMAN & CARPER, 102 N. SjrlngSt.
XJM. I New and Secondhand
Carpets, Matting and
gtmr- Prices low for cash, or will sell on In
stallments. Tel. 984. P. 0. box 921.
—$;Embakning a Specialty{£—
Always Open. Telephone 61.
No. 110 West Second Street. ,
7-15 ly
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Et*j
U7, 118 and 121 South Lot Augolti HMt
1851—Tho Oidssi Business Housa in Los Aagetes--
Manufacturer ai d Wholesale sua Ketau
Dealer In
Saddlery, Harness, 'feats, Lap hh%
7-11) 60 r<l3 N. Ijm AUKeles st
OPEN DAY and nicht
Horses Boarded by Day, Week or Month at
Loncjt LlviU] Rates.
RIVERA St RIOS, Proprietor*,
Tel. 751 8-21 2m 217-210 K. XI UfsX 81

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