Report of observations taken at I.os Aegolos,
fcpl. 57, 1S03:
Time. I Bar. [ Ther. aH'm|W'd V«-l|Wther
a. m>9.88 69 89 InB 2 |<Moudy
6:00 p m 04 79 I NV « ICloiir
Maximum temperature, <4.
Minimum temperature, 85.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather; noarlv stationary tempcratuio Thura
nesduy; westerly winds.
J. Curtin fell from a Southern Pacific
train yesterday, austaining a alight in
jury to his left shoulder. He w«b taken
to the city receiving hospital where hia
wound waa attended to.
There ars undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union telegraph office,
corner of Court and Main streets, for
Mrs. Jennie Mudge, W. H. Harris,
Mary C. Teal known as Mrs. Ben Teal,
Dan Gillis, Ah Hung, H. Shigeta, O. W,
Kinney, L. A. Bowers.
Mr. O. Hansen called at the Herald
office yesterday and slated that he had
been injured by some reportß published
about him in regard to hia arrest August
20th, last. Mr. Hanaen cays that he
always has been a peaceful citizen, and
tbat hia reputation iB excellent. He
bas been in business here and expecta
to conn engage again in commercial un
dertaking. Mr. Hansen ia prepared to
show hia record from his childhood un
til tbe present. The charge against Mr.
Hansen was, as stated in the Herald ot
the next day, dismissed by the superior
■ Si 1 d
s ' ' — *~
Supervisor Hoover of Riverside was
in tbe city yesterday.
T. O. Campbell, business manager of
The Soudan company, is at the West
Mr. Eckert Skinner, city ticket agent
of the Chicago and Alton railway, re
turned yesterday from a month's trip to
the world's fair.
E. H. Woodman, clerk in the South
ern California company's passenger
department, left for tbe east yesterday,
called by the illness of his wife.
Mrs. J. T. Fitzgerald has returned
from a three-months' visit to her parents
at Portland, Ore. She was the guest of
ber husband's relatives while in the
Miss Delia Santa Cruz, Miss Amelia
Santa Croz and Mrs. M. G. Santa Cruz
have returned from a three-weeks' trip
to Catalina island, where they had a
most pleasant time.
E. Irvln B. Smith, a prominent
Chicago lawyer, accompanied by J. C.
Sheffer of Chicago and It. B. Pierce of
Indianapolis, capitalists, have been
staying at the Westminster.
F. J. Crank, proprietor of the Hotel
Rose and Auacapa of Ventura, ie in the
city. Mr. Crank is very popular with
the Native Sons who attended tbe Ad
mission day celebration at Ventura.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rlethmnller have
retnrned from a six-weeks' eastern trip,
one of holiness and pleasure. Tbey
spent most of the time in New York
city, and visited the world's fair on the
The True Laxative Principle
Of the plants used in manufacturing
the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figs, has
a permanently beneficial effect on the
human system, while the cheaD vegeta
ble extracts and mineral solutions, usu
ally sold as medicines, are permanently
injurious. Being well informed you will
use tbe true remedy only. Mannfac
tuied by the California Fig Syrup Co.
The neatest, most inviting and com
fortable dining room in Los Angeles.
One visit makes of you a customer, and
our service will keep you one. Prices,
low as tbe lowest. Provisions, the best.
Separate apartment for ladies. Tbe
Creamerie, 126 North Main street, half
a block north of First.
Popular prices, central location, good
service. Only hotel running its own
free bnss to and from depots. Day rates,
$1.25, $1.50 and $2; meals, 25 cents.
Corner Main and First streets, entrance
on First street. H, A. Hart & Sons,
Mo One Can Afford
To miss seeing the Mount Lowe railway.
Remind yonr visiting friends of the at
tractions seen along the line and at the
resorts on this famous road. See time
" For a good table wine,order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50c per gal. T. Vache & Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Daffy's pure Malt at Woollacott'e.
Bast India Herb Tea Cures
Consultation, biliousness and hesdache,
cleanses tho system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, irakes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample free. If. M. SALE & HON, agents,
ssWhouth Spring street.
Latest Styles In Hats
At Mrs. C. Dosch's, 235 South Spring street.
The finest pattern hats and novelties eve
shown In thia city. Ladies Invited to inspect
A. it. ChapmaD
Sells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond
ranges, the two licit stoves in America. House
ho d goods a specialty. 414 a Spring St.
The Only Keeley Institute
In Southern California is at Riverside. The
Los Angeles oflice Is at rooms (14 and 05, New
If You Need a Truss
Call at Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main,
A fit guaranteed,
We take pleasuro in announcing that we are
now fully prepared to do all kinds of glass
beveling, and manufacture all kinds of French
plate mirror j. Old aud damaged mirrois rc
tllvered. All work guaranteed. H. Raphael £
Do., 44b aud 440 South Spring st.
Our Home Jtrew.
Maier *ii Zobelein's lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or k<-e,s.
Oflice and brewery, 414 Aliso street. Tele
Dr. li. S. Ulffenbacher, Uontlst,
ti. Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
Wagon umbrellas, sumnier lap dusters. Foy'a
old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Loa Angeles.
Tbe beet and most healthful beverage
in the market ia the world-renowned
Pabet beer. It bag no equal. Recog
nized to be the best brewpd. The Pabst
Brewing company ot Milwaukee has
taken the first prize in all contents
against all competitors. Ask for the
Bine Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit
company, sole pgeuts for Southern Cali
fornia, 218. 220 and 222 North Los An
geles atreet. Telephone 12.
The memhera of oil the courts and
circles of the A. O. F, of A. are re
quested to attend a reception to be
given Supreme Chief Ranger Thorne, at
Fcrerter'a hall, Friday evening, Septem
ber 29th, at 8 p. m". Members of tt.e
courta are requested to meet at the cor
ner of Main and Fourteenth streets at
7 p. m.. eharp.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located
in the Bryson-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence, Baker block. Oitice hours, 11 iBO
to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap
pointment. Office telephone, 1156; res
idence telephone, 105U
Woodham & Co., 324 South Spring
atreet, have in stock a superb line of new
furniture in the latest patterns. See
them before you purchase elsewhere.
Their prices are cheaper than any other
houee in the city.
Go to Ebinger's restaurant; beat
French dinner and order house in the
city. Everything first-claee. Attentive
white waitera. No Cbineee employed.
Don't forget the place, aoulnwest corner
Third and Spring.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Doraey, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical caees and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, tbe best wear and the lowest
prices at the cheapest place on earth
for boota and ahoes, 118 East First, be
tween Main and Loa Angeles streets.
Thia week you can buy a beautiful
framed photo engraving for 60c at Lich
tenberger's art emporium, 107 North
Main street. Bring your pictures and
get estimate for framing them.
The Illustrated Los Angeles Her
"Mt>, which is a' very " fine* paper and
suited for sendiDg to eastern friends,
can be obtained at T. McCarthy's book
store, Long Beach.
Mrs. A. Mendenball, hairdressing and
manicuring, 107 North Springs street,
rooms, 24, 25 and 20, Schumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Basement Times bnildiug.
A great reduction of fine tailoring.
Only a few tickets left to the_ bicycle to
be given away by Korn & Kantrowitz,
the Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
For pure Sonoma, Zinfandel, eweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Fleur's, 404-406 N. Los Angeles et. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Littleboy's pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
filled. Mo. 311 South Spring street.
Elsinore hot springs and hotel. Full
particulars regarding this famous resort
at tbe Hamman bath, 230 Sonth Main
street, Los Angeles.
Adams Bros., dentists, 239}0 South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. The best sets of teeth from $0
We will send Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los An
geles. Call or address 128 South Main
Dr. Joseph Karta and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have romoved
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and enrgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
For the choicest kind of meats call
on Louis Streuber, 138 N. Main St.; tel.
160. Orders promptly attended to.
Dr. K. D. Wiße, office 226 South Spring
street. Office hours from Bto 10 a.m.
and 2to 5 p.m. Telephone 346,
Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent) 5365. spring bt.; te1.1029.
Banjos, guitars and mandoline at Ex
ton & Cist's, 329 South Spring street.
Dr. Wm. Brill baa removed hiß office to
341>0 S. Spring st., over Niles Pease.
Take Arabian Headache Powder for
headache and neuralgia.
Shoes for less than cost. Snyder, 222
South Spring street.
Buy the Whitney make of tiunk, 344
North main street.
Insure with A. C. Golsb, 147 South
20 per ct. off on opals, at Campbell's.
Valuable Honks Free.
Subscribers to the Herald who send
a postal card and mention this
paper are entitled to the following
free books: Table and Kitchen, an ex
cellent receipt book, address Dr. Price
Baking Powder company, Chicago, 111.;
Miss Parloa's Cook Book, address
Dauchy & Co., 27 Park Place, New York.
A receipt book showing latest receipts
for making jams, jellies, preserves and
pickles, can be had by sending a two
cent stamp to J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell,
Mass. A 2-cent stamp sent to Dr. Kendall
company, Enosburg Falls, Vt., will
bring a work on the horse and his dis
eases, and 15 cents in stamps sent to
H. E. Bucklin & Co., Chicago, 111., will
bring a book worth $1, showing all the
buildings of the world's fair and many
of the exhibits. Ten cents sent to
tbe American Farmer company, Spring
field, 0., will bring for a year the
American Farmer, a 16-page illustrated
World's Fair Columbian Edition Illus
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, is now on sale by
all the newsdealers and at the Herald
business office. It contains 48 pages of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustrations. As a publica
tion to send to eastern friends it has
never been oqnalied. Price 15 cents in
Off & Vaughn, druggists, corner
Fourth and Spring streets, are author
ized to refund the above in any case that
a single bottle of Smith's Dandruff
Pomade fails to cure. Never known to
fail. Try it.
240 S. Broadway. The best lunch parlor
and delicacy rooms in the city. Neat,
clean and prompt service. Hot dinner
from 12 to 6 p.m.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis's
sewing machines. Drop postal card to
128 South Main street.
Londonderry Water, Woollacott, sg't.
New and Old Hooks,
Magazines, etc. Book Exchange, cor. Second
and Maiu streets.
LOS ANGELES TTERALEt THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2». 1893.
M. E. CHURCH 'SOCIETY.
ITS TWfHTY-FOU&TH CONFER
ENCE NOW IN SESSION.
lilshop FHzgsrnld Presides—Lay and
Clerical Delegates in Attend
The Loe Angeles conference of the
M. E. church, south, opened its twenty
fourth session in Trinity church yester
day, Bishop 0. I. Fitzgerald officiating.
After devotional exercises, conducted
by the bishop, the roll wascalled, show
ing the following members present:
Clerical—A. Adams, S. M. Adams, J.
W. Allen, Tbos. R. Curtis, Sam M.
Chase, O. T. Dunlop, J. F. Davis, H. T.
Ehridge, J. F. G. Finery, D. F. Fuller,
E. J. Harper, Wade Hamilton, J. E.
Collins, James Healey, J. 8. Jenkins, E.
C. Knott, W . T. McDowell, I. A. Oats,
R. H. Parker, W. L. Pierce, W. B.
Stradlev, P. L. Stsnton, A. A. Tilley,
W. E. Vaughan and O. C. Wright ; ab
sent, R. 1. Allen, W. L. Allbright, I. O.
Clayton, (). D. Crathers, H. M. Dv Bose,
8. H. Duncan, L. B. Ellis. C. C. Edd
ington, li. D. Knickerbocker and E. G.
Huberts. Lay delegates present—J. D.
Ardis, J. H. Shcrrow, J. M. Lovell, G.
E. Franklin and L. J. Hedgepeth ; ab
sent, N. A. Clifford. T. W. Duckworth,
I. N. McGuire, Horace Caldwell, J. A.
Nineon, G. J. Smith, W. H. Smith.
The third line ol pewß, counting from
tbe front, was named as tho bar of the
It wns ordered that conference meet
at 9 a. m. and adjourn at 12 m.
The presiding elders reported, nomi
nating tbe various boards and commit
W. L. Pierce was appointed to receive
money for the publiehingof the minutes
of the last session, and E. C. Knott to
represent the publishing house.
It wae adopted as the sense o' the
conference that all examining commit
tees and their classes should meet not
later than 9 a. m. of tbe day preceding
the meeting ot confeience, and tbat all
examinations should be written, graded
and showing the etanding of the pupil
in each study,
Minute Question 20—"Are all the
preachers blameless in their lile and
official administration?" was then
called. Tbop. R. Curtis, R. L. Stanton
and H. T. Ethridgo, presiding elders,
made their report and passed examina
t on of character.
Minute Question, "Who Remain on
Trial?" wae then called. H. D. Knick
erbocker, J. E. Colling reported and
passed on examination of character, but
not having appeared before tbe commit
tee for examination, were continued in
the class of first year. W. M. Wade re
ported, passed and was advanced to class
of second year.
Committee on public worship reported
that James Healy would preach at 7:30,
and the conference adjourned with the
benediction, Tbe afternoon was devoted
to committee meetingp.
SHOULD BE REMEDIED.
A Meat Inspection Which Does Not
Effect a Remedy.
The office of meat and milk inspector
has been created recently, tbe officer's
duty of which is to visit all butcber
shops, markets and packing companies
and inspect all meats, milk and poultry,
and see if the same il fit for use before
Eold to tbe public.
Within tbe past few days the inspector
has condemned eeveral hogs, chickens,
cattle and meats, which he found unlit
for any use.
The ordinance calls for the disposal of
all matters condemned by the meat in
spector within 48 hours after the same
is condemned ; but under the ordinance
there is no guarantee tbat eucb con
demned meats will be properly dis
After the inspector condemns the ar
ticle and notifies the proprietor of the
store what meats he bas condemned, his
duty in tbat particular etope.
A gentleman speaking of the matter
yesterday said :
"Now, in all other cities whe-e an in
spector of this kind exists, when con
demning any meats, he puts his stamp
upon the came, makes hie report to the
health officer, and they then order the
condemned meats or stock to be dis
posed of by cremation, if the city has a
crematory for the disposing of all such
"Where we have our dead animals dis
posed of by cremation, the better way
wonld be, when any kind of meats are
condemned, for the inspector to put his
tag on the carcass and after the dead an
imal contractor had taken the same to
the crematory he takes off tbe inspector's
tag and return the same to the inspec
tor. By such course the people wonld
be sure to know that what has been con
demned has been properly disposed of.
"An ordinance of that kind should be
passed at once, otherwise the office of
meat and milk inspector is a mere
The Y. W. O. A.
A secretary will shortly arrive from
Cbicaap to take charge of the Y. W. C.
A. of this city. Sbe will be from the
special school which trains young
women for such work.
Miss Keeder, the Pacific coast organ
izer, will also soon reach tbe city, and
special meetings of the association will
be held. A public reception in one of
tbe churches and one in tbe association
rooms will be given during Miss Reeder's
Mow Try Tbie.
It will cost you nothing aud will surely do
you good, If you have a Cough, Cold, or any
trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr.
King's New Disoovery lor Consumption,
Coughs aud Colds Is guaranteed to give relief,
or money will bo paid back. Sufferers from
La Grippe found it jut;, the thing and underlie
use had a speedy aud perfect recovory. Try a
sample bottle at our expense and learn for
yourself just how good a thing It is. Trial bot
tles free at C. F. Heinzcman's, druggist and
chemist, 'I'll N, Main street. Large size 50c.
Prof. L Loeb's musical etudlo opens Sapt.
15th, I3Bbi South Spring street. Call Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
N DR - J - p - TUDOR . Manager.
RUBBER PLATES-UPPER OR LOWER.
Fl"t Grade, fgs.oo. Second Grado, $0.50.
Third Grade. $3.00.
Cement Fillings 50c to 75c
Aluminum Plates $10 00 to $15.00 Teeth extracted tor 25a.
Porcelainlcrowns . ..... U. 50 to 3.00 Painless extraction by any anaesthetic do-
Go.d Crowns 5.00 to 700 sired. , ...
Yio d Fillings From $1.50 uj>. The administration ol gas a specialty.
Silver or Amalgam Fillings.... 50c to $1.00 aMp-All wors guaranteed.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO., No - 24^fef r ,f
Highest of all ia Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
CHEERS FOR BROOKS.
That Was the Outcome t>f the I»rmo-
eratlo City Committee VoiiriUy.
At tne request of 10 members of the
Democratic City Central committee a
special meeting was held in the Downey
block yesterday morning for the pur
pose, it was claimed, of selecting a vice
chairman. Hon. J. Marion Brooks was
in tbe chair, and W. L. Price, secretary.
Although over a majority of tbe com
mittee was present, strange to say only
one of the signers of the call put in an
appearance. The object of tbe assem
blage waa brief!/ stated by the chair
man, and hastily dispoued ot on motion
of Committeeman Mead. It waa tbe
unanimous opinion of all those present
that no vice-chairman was necessary.
A very few of the committee are in
favor of watd caucuses, while the bal
ance want precinct calla. The latter
gives the chance of an honest election
of delegates, while the ward caucua in a
farce, as it has proven in the past, aud
it ia not likely that such methods will
again prevail in Democratic politics in
After adjournment Joaeph Meemer
proposed three cheers for the very
able and popular chairman, which was
given with a will, those in the vicinity
thinking a regular old campaign meet
ing had just broken up. Tbe meeting
adjourned to convene on the evening of
the lirst Wednesday in November.
LITTLE JACK FOUND.
Addle Gilmore'a Favored Jack at Loa
The death of Addie Gilrrore has both
ered the San Francisco police, and they
have not been able to find her Little
Jack. He was, however, discovered at
last by the description given that he
waa nicely dressed aud wore the latest
►tylea and beat fitting clothes. The po
lice knew the only place wheie he could
get good fitting clothes must be at (Jor
dan Brothers, tailors, 118 South Spring
street, and they got the addnssaiid lo
cated Little Jack, who ia now living in
M. M. A'water, Redlands; E. 11. Molso, 8. O.
Hunter, Gus A. Loan, A. J. i ellofon, F. A. 1 a,' ■
ga d, L. N. Try.», K. F. Alleu, M". and Mrs A.
ruscnol, Sau Francisco; air. ai.d Mrs. F. H
Quint, F. -a. Ult, Chicago; Mr. ai d Mis. Z. W.
Wolle, Kansas City; K. W Price. 0. B Grow J.
H. Gay, jr., San Diego: M. E. Huiley, Phoenix;
Mr. and Mrs. B. Tonipkln', Newnrk, N. J.; K.
N. Gnlid, Enlnbtirg; C. L Connor, Williams J.
C. Van Kirk, Bn-toti; K. Taylor, Oakland; T.
Malloy, Pe-aiuma; C. E. Lorn Slcckton; Mch
hi.i Gird. Cnino; Baron B»rg, Hungary; E. L.
Holt, St. Louia; A. H. Cargill, Mifs nay Carglll,
Miss Irene Carglll, F. 0. Harrison, Brookshurst;
j. 11. Anderson, can Bernardino; Dr. C. B. Rid
WOOD-tfllon Wood, beloved wife of J.S.J*
Wood, died Sept 27t!i.
Funeral will take puce this afternoon at 2
p. m from her la e residence, 511 San Julitn
street. Friends and acquaintances invited.
Medical d Surgical
241 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Old Reliable Specialists in the
Treatment of Throat and
Lung Troubles, Catarrh,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Nervous,
Chronic and Special Diseases
of Men and Women.
We have had years of experience in the treat
who suffer from the effects of youthfnl fillies
or indiscretions, or are troubled with weak
ness, nervous debility, loss of memory, de
spondency, aversion to society. Impediments
to marriage, kidney troubles, or any diseases
of the genitourinary organs, can here find a
safe and speedy cure. Charges reasonable,
especially to the poor.
There are many troubled with loo frequent
evacuations of the bladder, often acc mpanied
by slight smarting or burning sensation, aud a
general weakeulng of the system. On eiam
ining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will
often be found, and of a thin, milky or a dark,
torpid appea-auce. This difficulty often results
In very serious troubles. These cases are our
Consultation free. Patients cut nf the city
treated by mail or rxp/ess on r. ce pt of ffft to
paj for medicine. Call or w ite an I describe
svmptcm<. Ottlcc hours 9 a m. to 4 n.m. aud
7" to 8 p.m. Sunday 10 to 12. 6- 4 ly
$3.50 JL $15.00
4.00 /fil\ 17.50
4.50 11(tU 20.00
5.00 %MM 22.50
5.50 IB r 25.00
6.00 Vga 27.50
413 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
J0ST BELOW FOURTH ST. 6- ly
A SERIOUS CHARGE.
Chrls Hargltt and Harry ktonahan Ar
Chria Hargitt and Harry Monahan
were arrested yesterday by Deputy Mar
ehal Harry Johnson.
The young men ore charged with hav
ing impersonated deputy revenue col
They are alleged to have gone to Dr.
Lee Di of Los Angeles street aud alter
informing him that (hey were deputy
revenue collectors, told him that they
could secure him immunity from depor
They are alleged to have demanded
$100 from the Chinaman in return for
The Chinaman eaya that he smelt a
rat and refused to pay tip. Ho also
went to the federal officials and in
formed tbem of the afLtir, at the same
time giving a deecription of the two
Both were arrested, Hargitt giving
bonds in $2500.at a hotel. Monatien
could not raise the necessary amount,
and wae taken to the county jail, hat it
is expected that he will give his bond
Should Be Arrested.
Tub Poi l'lar Dkmano —Who? What should
be arrested? Allexcessivo nervotisneae, dyspep
sia, headache, dizr.iue*s, sleepleasiiosa, neural
gia, nervous debility, dv loeaa, ronfuslon of
mind, nervous prosir tion, eic. They should
lie arreated or atopi.ed before they develop into
a condition that can hut result fatally. For
thi. purpo-e no remedy equals Dr. Mil s' Resto
rative Nervine, tho dlaeovery of Ihe renowned
specialist, whoee remedies are the wonder of
the civilised wn.dd. Nt rviue is sold by C. H.
Hance, 177 N.riprimt. on a positive Kuarautee
Ask for his book free.
Fine t Variety and Cheapest
Place lv town for Ash. name, oysters, etc., Fred
llmniroau'* Mott market.
i mm I
! Jf, The Oldest and Larg- ii
%% est Carlo Store on the
Pacific Coast, offers ft
|%% sweeping rednctions ii
*» in all departments. *♦
tf This is done to make ft
&S room for the large ii
invoice of Holiday Jt
Z% Goods (hat will soon if
%i arrive. «••>
| 110 SOUTH SPRING ST. |
ii OPP. HOTEL NADEAU. ii
ZZ 4-4 Cm $A
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LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
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£4*fcV. Sexnal Indiffer
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' Promptly and Per-
dr. WHITE Is the oldest and most tnceeasful
Private, Nervous and Chronic Dl ease Special
ist on the Coast. All Sain and Blood Diseases
promptly cured without mercury. Iropo'.ency,
Seminal weaknes-, Varicocele, Syphilis, Gon
orrhoea, Oleet, Nervous Debility, Kidney aud
Bladuer diseases acienllflcully treated and per
manently cured. No aurgical stafffl?) fake
methods employed. No hired substitutes.
The sfflicted may write In strict confidence.
Letters answeied in plain enve'ope. Medicine
sent secura from exposure. Address
DR. WHITE'S DISPENSARY,
128 N. Mala st, New McDonald Block,
G-(j tf Loa Angeles, Cal,
"a X T— l IVT DR. LIIBIG A CO., the old-
IVI T* 1 . TV eat and most reliable Special
physicists and Surgeons on
the Pacific Coa>t, continue to cure ail diseases
of a chronic and private nature, no metier
how complicated or who has failed, mud for
aconttdeuilal bjok to men, explaining why
thousand, cau'iot set eun d.
1113 S. MAIN bT., LOS ANGELES.
H. J. WOOLLACOTT,
IMPORTER & EXPORTER. OF
Bass Ale, Guinness' Stout, Cordials, Cograo & Fire 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:
HuttVs Malt, Whiskey, Val W**l Milwaukee Beer,
Mehwooif WllUkey, !! B**o.».*a I'.l-.Ue,
Old Taylor Whiskey, UufunetV • tour,
lioiidoudeiTy l.itliia Wetcr, J)»-li)ttk, I'oinmt-ry,
Rnffatn lit tit la Witter. Milium, Olifquof,
White Bock Wmike.-ha Water, M»un|:ol«-11111
AvulliiiKiis Water, Pwrler Jonet Chnntpig-nrs,
French nnd Italian Vermouth, Caindiuu (. 'lull Whisk y.
Pure California Wine* put up in cas s rcatly for shipping ts a'l pirta r>f tSi
east—a suitable present to send to your friends. Visitors coreial'y invited to c til
and inspect the vintages.
Liquor Dealers and Druggists will find it to their iaterist to ohtiii my qu>tv %
lions before making purchases.
Special a'-teutiin paiJ 10 the Hotel a-jd Restru.-ant tradiin pi:ra California
Claret;, Zinfande', Eauternc, Reeling, etc.
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS. LATEST ARRIVALS EX RAH*
Jnst received ex idilp City "I OleHCOw, via COO raits Duffy's Mall whisk y.
Pan Li.egg. linin Loudon, liift OSaOS But & Co. 1 * 7S cat' k luh na H, ir., Ma t
l'.t c Ale, pints aud quarts nnd Guinness' 1 ub- &0 gases i.v •don I, r. y l.i hia >Vnt:r.
Iln nnui. 4'Tiii" Mi fT, .1 l.iihia Water.
Xx ship Orion, via Kcw Oriean". 3S ensts »a- BS caeca IJ. it rt'n S ulern*
Kin i .1 Cordials Irnm K. uuacnmr lll> alne <!i CI •, ift mats • ernol Mit'ii lie.
Franco, iimnl-tlng ol Au.iet c, crime de aaen- SO taa-a Be.husda— ha.l tal'.oaa, p'nta »ul
the, t urnoi o, Creme de Romh. t'renie.de Mokn, 'i*.:i.rt*.
Marlsi'iiinn, Chartreuaio, Benedict ue, tt<\ l"o i.tr. Val Rials Ml wackeeleer.
AtK.IU c aesC A > v . rtiearart'a i-eot'.h VI hia- -0 cases Jiiiksou'i Kapi :o.lu, i.ln'.i acl
key, Horn Aberdeen, Scotland, quart*.
Free delivery to all parts of the city. Iwl I deliver to any pirt of Southern
California one gallon of H. J. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, suitable for
family use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $j. Address all order* to
124 & 126 N. Spring St, Los Angeles, Cal.
CATS EE MARKET QUOTATIONS.
TELEPHONE 44. S-lt-Tn
OR. H. K. SMALL, President. r>R. IV. A SMITH, Munnper
Class work "
At moderate prices. ' 5e0 0«r»,.„., ' V—7*
We respectfully solicit Investigation of our wa< lWrn™
methods and prices. Pbono 723
Palnleaa Extracting, Crown and Bridge Work. [7-13 3m] Swaged Aluminum Plates a specialty
213 3. SPRING ST.
ii Vor Snits Elegant In Deiljn, Superior in Fiui b,
l^yi^lfjaLjiA^n Best Workmanship, Perfect Fittingr.
GREAT REDUCTION IN SUMMER SUITS.
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
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\ CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, ETC. f
WAY DOWN FOR THE NEXT 30 DAJfS
-337, 339 and 341 S. Spring St.
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Stock Up For the Winter and Get lh3
Benefit of Summer Prices.
.'els. .36 and 1017. 8-ian 130 West See <?i roe tf
IMPORTING GROCER, 136 \ 138 S. Spring
7-iftly _ .
IXL liyery and Boirdiag S tabid
GEO. PREUTZ, Prop.
BUCCEES3B 13 L. WILHELII.
850 S. MAIN SIKEET. 29?
- Special attention In becks, ladlet' nnd guilk men's fsddle Iniriet
mr / (jood rigs. Pricesnstonubie-^ Boarding allow latcs. flruknahlus
C O M I N G S -c-
THE ONLY ARTIST IN THE CITY USING THAT MAQI9 TOOL,
THE AIR BRUSH;SEPIA PORTRAIT*
COPIKl) FROM PHOTO OR ORIGINAL SITU SO.
STUDIO, NO. 221 SOUTH SPRING STREET, UPSTAIRS
Made for Any Kind of Illustration grrratiiiir, Kio, 9 _iBj?_
NO ONi SHOULD FAIL TO TRY
SALINE SULPHUR SYRUP.
It Is Prepared Expressly For Sulphur Baths at Home.
IT CONVERTS BVRRY BATH TUB INTO A SULPHUR SPRING CURBS RAEUMATUII
II DI BKASkS. IT GIVES UNEXCELLED bULPHUR BAILS.
I 9-7 lm GODFREY A MOORE, 108 S. SPRING BP., AGEISM. )•
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