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Report of observations taken at Loa Angeles,
Sept. '.9 1893: *
7 1
Maximum temperature, 71.
Minimum temperature, 53.
forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather; nearly stationary temporaturo Bator
day; westerly winds.
None of the departments ot the supe
rior courts were in session yesterday.
There will be no school on Monday In
any of the departments on account of
Labor day.
Monday being a legal holiday, all the
clearing house binks will be closed
dnring the day.
The daily bulletin of the weather
bureau last night announced cloudy
weather all over tbe coast.
The special entertainments at Rubio
cafion, on the Mt. Lowe railway are be
coming quite popular as a means of
spending a delightful evening.
Johannes Goelz, a native of Germany,
wasvdniitted to citizenship' yesterday
by Judge Van Dyke, and Edward Wm.
Akerman, a native of England, by Judge
There are undelivered telegrams at
tbe Western Union telegraph office,
corner of Court end Main streets, for
Er. Millican, W. F. Patterson, Miss M.
P. Hawkins,
Monday next being labor day, a legal
holiday, the calling of the general law
calendar will be continued until Tues
day, when the judges of the superior
court will sit in bank for that purpose.
Why go bareheaded or try to hide the
imperfections of your old hat when you
can, by going to Desmond's, in the Bry
son block, 141 South S >ring street, se
cure the very latest style soft or stiff
hat for the trifle of $2.50.
Work was kept up yesterday on the
laying of tbe big pipe into the ocean.
The work is being pushed slowly but
successfully. City Engineer Dockweiler
who witnessed the novel procedure tbe
first day, says that it has so far been a
You can get along without a necktie,
bnt you can't get along very well. They
are exceedingly nsefnl and, when they
happen to be all right, they are exceed
ingly ornamental. Desmond's 50-cent
ties are all right, and his assortment
comprises every current shape and shade
of coloring.
A meeting of the Young Women's
Christian Association will be held in
their rooms in the Crocker, 212 South
Broadway, 3:45 p.m., on Sunday, to
which all young women Bre invited.
Mrs. J. D. Bnrch, of the First Methodist
church, will lead; Miss Garton, assisted
by tbo ladies' quartette orchestra, will
furnish the music.
One very annoying thing in tbe coun
ty court house is the squeaky condition
of the chairs all over the building. The
proceedings of the courts are frequontiy
interfered with by the noise from tbe
spring chairs. A liberal application of
oil to tbe springs would be a great im
provement, and the question arises why
haß it not been done before.
The public library has distinguished
itself recently by sending a donation of
old books tq tbe county jail for the in
tellectual refreshment of the prisoners.
Among other volumes sent up was one
which the librarian no doubt considered
most appropriate to present to crimi
nals. It was a volume by DeFoe, con
taining his History of the Devil and
that lurid sketch Moll Flanders.
The cannery of Howell & Craig at
Wbittier, is at the present time running
at its fullest capacity and is turning out
about two carloads of tomatoes daily,
besides a large amount of other fruits.
Tbey are employing at the present time
about 430 bands and from present indi
cations will continue to run until tbe
winter vegetable season opens, when
they will start in canning peas and
beans on a large scale.
After its usual two months Bummer
vacation the Church of tbe Unity will
resume regular services again next Sun
day morning. Having engaged the ser
vices of the Rev. Frederick I'reston, an
experienced, energetic young man, as
assistant pastor to aid in the Sunday
school and to assist Dr. Thomson in pas
toral work, and having secured a new
choir for the ensuing year, the friends of
the church feel that it is about to enter
upon another era of great prosperity.
Articles of incorporation were filed
yesterday by the Illinois Accumulative
Investment company of Oaliiornia. Its
objects are to develop and store water
for irrigation, motive power and other
purposes; build reservoirs, ditches, etc.,
build hotels, buy and sell lands, etc.
Tbe incorporators and directors are: A.
C. Bush, Kuneaß City, John Love, L.
Perry Crane. E. S. Hubbard, James
Perrow, Loa Angeles. Tbe capital stock
is (5,000,000 and is Bet forth as all sub
scribed. *
The Wbittier reform school has dis
charged its laundryinan, and tbe boys
who were formerly assistants now do
the entire work in that department,
which includes the soap making. The
ability of the youngsters to do this
work was a great surprise to the man
agers, who are thus able to make a gieut
saving for tbe people in thia depart
ment. Dr. Walter Lindley, the super
intendent, is at present very much
elated over the flattering reports that he
is receiving from several of the gradu
ates, who are making excellent records
for themselves in tne trades they had
chosen and learned while at Wbittier.
Qovernor Norton Asking the President
His Position ou Miv.-r.
Washington - , Sept. 29.—Cleveland's
reply: He wants currency that ia sta
ble and safe ia the nanus oi our people
when a unit, of clothing is ordered at
Gordon Bro'a, tailors. They usually
give the full value for the money in ma
terial, fit and workmanship. They
m<'Bt be protected bo that a silver dollar
v. :ll pay for the purchase of cloth in
European markets as well as gold coin
Mount Loire Hallway.
Picturesque cations and grand scenery
il along tbe line. Good hotels and
:af<s. Special entertainment every Wed
nesday and Saturday night, music, danc
ing, illumination, etc. A grand trip,
See time card seventh page.
For agood table wine,order our Sonoma
Ziufandelat 50c per gal. T. Vacbe&Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 300.
Londonderry Water, Woollacott, ag't.
Daily's pure Malt at VVoollacott's.
Marlborongh school, for girls and
young ladles, West Twenty-third street.
Fully equipped in the higher depart
ments. No pnpils under 12 years of age
received. Mrs. G. A. Caswell, principal,
literature, history and rhetoric; Miss
Louise Pinney (Wellealey), Latin; Miss
M. E. Bowen (.Vassar), mathematics;
Mile, dv Creey de Bremont, French;
Herr Arnold Kntner, German; Mrs.
Garden-Macleod, drawing; Mrs. Gardner
Cogswell, vocal music; Mr. Thomas
Wilde, piano; Mr. Harley Hamilton,
violin; Miss Addie L. Murphy, (Cum
nock school, Chicago), physical culture.
Terms per year, including modern lan
guages : Boarding pnpils, 1500; day pu
pils, (100.
The best and most healthful beverage
in the market is tbe world-renowned
Pabst beer. It has no equal. Recog
nized to be the best brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee has
taken the first prize in all contests
against all competitors. Ask for tbe
Bine Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit
company, sole agents for Sontbern Cali
fornia, 218, 220 and 222 North Los An
geles street. Telephone 12.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy 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. Office telephone, 1156; res
idence telephone, 1056.
Go to Ebinger's restaurant; best
French dinner and order bouse in the
city. Everything first-class. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget tbe placs, southwest corner
Third and Spring.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 Bouth
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical cases and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5.
Telephone 1227.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, the best wear and tbe lowest
prices at the cheapest place on earth
for boots and shoes, 113.East First, be
tween Main and Los Angeles streets.
This 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.
Notice: There will be a special meet
ing of tbe Waiters' union, local No. 48,
at their hall, at 8:15 p. m, September
30, 1893. A full attendance is requested.
11. W. Davis, recording sec.
Another big lot, of fall and winter suit
ings and trouserings at band at tbe very
lowest prices. Joe Poheim, the tailor,
143 S. Spring street. J. F. Henderson,
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, hairdressing and
manicuring, 107 North Spring street,
rooms, 24, 25 and 26, Schumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Basement Times building.
A great reduction of fine tailoring.
Only a few tickets left to the bicycle to
be given away by Korn & Kantrowitz,
tbe Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
For pure Sonoma, Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Fleur's, 404-406 N. Loa Angeles st. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Littleboy's pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
filled. No. 311 South Spring street.
Elsinore hot springs and hotel. Full
particulars regarding this famous resort
at tbe Hamraan bath, 233 South Main
street, Los Angeles.
Adams Bros., dentists, 239>£ South
Spring street, Painless filling and ex
tracting. The best sets of teeth from pi
to $10.
We will send Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los An
geles. Call or address 128 South Main
Hear the phonograph and Guitar and
Banjo clnb tonight at Epworth cadet
band concert at First Methodist church.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have romoved
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
For the choicest kind of meats call
on Louis Streuber, 138 N. Main st.; tel.
160. Orders promptly attended to.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 226 South Spring
Btreet. Office houra 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
Angeles street.
Mount Lowe railway j special 75c
round-trip rate to Rubio canon Sunday.
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent) 536 S. spring st.; te1.1029.
Banjos, guitars and maudolins at Ex
ton & Cist's, 329 South Spring street.
Dr. Wm. Brill has removed his office to
341% S. Spring St., over Nilea Tease.
Take Arabian Headache Powder for
headache and neuralgia.
Buy tbe Whitney mate of trunk, 344
North main Btreet.
Insure with A. C. Golßb, 147 South
20 per ct. off on opals, at Campbell's.
Now Incorporation*
Articles of incorporation of The Illi
nois Accumulative Investment company
of California, capital stock $5,000,000,
all subscribed, were forwarded to the
secretary of state yesterday.
The gentlemen comprising this com
pany mean business. They expect,
among other things, to erect a mammoth
hotel —one commensurate with the re
quirements of this metropolitan city.
They have been canvassing the city for
a site, and are inclined to favor locating
the hostelry upon some of the high
grounds either cast or west of Main
street. Those interested in tbe various
localities in the city should be on the
alert, if the? want this grand improve
ment near them.
CIS Reward.
Off & Vaughn, druggists, corner
Fourth and Spring streets, are author
ized to relund the above in sny case that
a single bottle oi Smith's Dandruff
Pomade fails to cure. Never known to
fail. Try it.
H. G. Leslie, T. t». Smith, Pomona; IS. p.
Vauderkloot, Coronado; L. H. mi., Cleveland;
K. M. Horn, Kindlay, O.; W. D. U. hit 'arman,
Monrovia; E. F. Mc.Maugh, W. C. Hopkins, S.
Wltkonski, A. F. Sewell. Jno. MeKee, J. T.
liarke, W. A. Piper, Mrs. M. E. Mtrchall, L M.
Decker, San Francisco; J. S. Clark. Kansas
City; W. Kusseli, St. Louis: G. W. Allen, Phila
delphia; J. C Ai en, r-t. Paul, Minn.; G. W.
Dyche, North Grafton Mass.; G. de Kirelr,
Alfredo dl Frasslneto, Florence, Italy: ti. H.
Palmer, Syracuse, N. V-: Mr. ami Mrs. Jas. Mar
rhall, nania Rosa; Miss M. A. Bare ay, Miss S
B Barclay, J. K. Barclay, Greensburgh, fa.;
Mrs. W. T. McFee, Ssnta Paula; ». S. Blehert,
Mantel, Cal.; L. s. Colwell, Chicago.
Mew and Old Books,
Magazines, etc. Book Exchange, cor. Second
and Main slret j.
Some Stirring Praise for the Midwinter
Fair—His Firm to Open a Per
msstsi Office Hera.
Tho Outlook.
Wendell Easton of San Francisco ar
rived in the city ywsterdav, and in con
versation with a Herald reporter last
evening consented to say something
about the midwinter fair and a pet
scheme of Easton, Eidredge & Co. on
the condition tbat the term "boom" be
tabooed in connection with bis views.
"I have a well-defined dielike to tbat
word," he said. "It stands for a crazy
conception of existing realities tbat calls
up unpleasant memories."
"Now this fair means more to Califor
nia than a great many people realize.
We have gone ahead up in San Fran
cisco npon the idea nntil the success of
the enterprise ia assured. Fully 6000
exhibitors have already made contracts
to bring some of the most interesting
features of the Chicago fair, and that
means about 60,000 people right there.
There will be nnmerous original and
pleasant fealnree which are already well
under way, and it is going to brirfg a
great many people to the state. The
question of railroad rates will be placed
on a splendid basis, and the first rate I
think will be ifos. We bave been work
ing to bring people to California, and it
haa been a great problem. We want
them. This question of the unem
ployed coming here is all right. What
<c have lacked is labor on onr farms
and ranches, and tbey will all be placed,
without a doubt. While the fair will
attract people first to San Francisco,
they will spy ont the land throughout
the state. Here is Los Angeles right
at the gate of the state. The
winter lines to California are tbe Santa
Fe and Southern Pacific. I tell you no
enthusiasm in wnat this fair means to
tbe whole state can be misplaced."
"I do not think," said Mr. Easton,
pausing a moment to get a fresh start,
"that tbe immediate result of the mid
winter fair will be to advance real estate
values in' San Francisco, but it wi'l
come as a final result. In your section,
I think, when tbe people come, the city
and country close in will feel the first
benefit, but eventually the country
After enlarging somewhat in detail
upon the plans and scope of the fair and
the favor with which it was held in San
Diego, and the splendid exhibit they
will make, Mr. Easton came to a pet
project of hie firm which will shortly
be realized.
"We bave at last fonnd time," he
said, "to carry out what has been in our
minds for eeveral years, and that is the
establishing of a permanent bouse or
office in Los Angeles. Ido not say tbat
id any 'boom' sense. We were going to
do it last year, but could not do so."
"Tbat is probably a more pertinent
answer to what you think of the future
of this section than any worda might
"Yes, it is," said Mr. Easton. "It is
the outgrowth of caretul deliberation
and a logical view of the condition of
bnsiness. We do not propose to come
and sell a few pieces ol land and then
drop out, but this will be a permanent
branch of our business. That is my
especial business here at this time. I
will secure a store ami arrange for open
ing the office et once, I think after
having raised $300,000 lor tbe midwinter
fair I ought to be allowed a rest now,
and I will be in Los Angeles about two
thirds of my time for tbe next six
montne. We think tbat the outlook
for Southern California more than justi
fies us in making this venture."
With a parting injunction that he
would dynamite tho man who intet
jected the obnoxious word "boom" into
his talk, Mr. Easton and his friend,
Oraigie Sharp, jr., went ont to etir up
midwinter fair enthusiasm.
The True Laxative l'rlnclple
Of toe plants used in manufacturing
the pleasant remedy, of Figs, has
a permanently beneficial effect on the
human system, while the cheap vegeta
ble extracts and mineral eolulione. usu
ally sold as medicines, are permanently
injurious. Being welt informed you will
use the true remedy only. Manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup Co.
The Creainerie.
The neatest, most inviting and com
fortable dining room in Los Angeles.
One visit makes of you a customer, and
our eervice will keep you one. Prices,
low as the lowest. Provisions, the best.
Separate apartment for ladies. The
Creamerie, 126 North Main street, half
a block north of First.
Nallck Honse.
Popular prices, central location, good
eervice. Only hotel running its own
free buss to and from depots. Day rates,
$1.25, $1.50 and %'Z\ meats, 25 cents.
Coiner Main and First streets, entrance
un First street. H. A. Hart & Sons,
Kast India H«rl> Tea Cores
Constipation, biliousness and headache,
cleanses the system, stimulates the Uv&t and
kidneys, trukes Daw blood Entirely vtgeta
blo. Sample fiee. H. M. BALE <it SON, agents,
220 ILoutu tpiing street.
I.i-.n-.t Styles In Hats
At Mrs C. Dosch's, 235 Couth Spring strut t.
The finest patteru ltats and novelttet evo
thoKii in this city, ladies invited to inspect
my stock.
a. It. Cbnpinan
Soils the Glenwood. ranges and Richmond
ranges, the two beat stoves in America.. Ilouse
bo.d goods a specialty. 414 8. Spring St.
I be Only Keelity Institute
In Southern California Is at Riverside. The
Los Angeles offlce is at rooms 04 and 03, New
W ileon block.
If You Meed a Truss
Call at Beckwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A Ut guaranteed,
Dr. 11. S. Dlffenbacher, Dentist,
IK>>, S. Spring street, rooms 4 and 5,
Wagon umbrellas, summer tap dusters. Foy's
old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Lo< Angelas. <
DR. J. P. TUDOR, Manager.
W rl ™' Grade, tf f.OO. Second Gtido, it*d,so.
TMrd Grade, $5.00.
Cement Fillings. 50c to 73c
Aluminnm Plates $10 00 lo $15.00 Teeth i for 2 >!.
PoreeNiiicrowus 2.50 to .lOO l'aliiloss extraction by any anacs'.hetiJ da-
God Crowns 5.00 to 700 slied.
GodFililuaa From $1.00 uu. The sdminUtratlou of gas a spjcUity.
Si.veror Ama gam Fillings.... 50c to #100 «e»-All wjra guurauieed.
Ie on your Guard 1
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If some grocers urge another baking
@ powder upon you in place of the "Royal,", ®
ji it is because of the greater profit upon it. S
® This of itself is evidence of the supe- *
9 riority of the "Royal." To give greater
|jj profit the other must be a lower cost
@ powder, and to cost; less it must be made
jj| with cheaper and inferior materials, and $
thus, though selling for the same, give :|
(|j less value to tjie consumer. |$
t' To insure the finest cake, the mo;t E
© v/holesome food, be sure that no stibsti- |
% tute for Royal Baki r.g Powder is accepted
1 by y ° U ' 1
1 Nothing can be substituted for I
I the Royal Baking Powder |
§ and give as good results. §
The Mayor Thinks Tbey Are Badly
At the next meeting of the city coun
cil the mayor will probably again ask
that 20 additional policemen be appoint
ed for the suburbs in tbe more thickly
resident portions of the city.
The mayor is in earnest in his declar
ation that more police officers are need
ed. He said yesterday that many re
ports of danger in the outlying districts
come to bim almost daily. He gave an
illustration of tbe need of extra police
men in saying that be was told by a gen
tleman that tbe tatter's bouse was vis
ited by a large number of men of a
tramplike appearance. The gentleman's
wife, partly from sympathy and fear,,
'always gave them some sort of a meal.
This is only one of the ma?y instances.
It is practiced to a more or less extent
in all parts of tbe city, and tbe mayor is
of the opinion that it is becoming se
rie says tbat numerous "holdops" j
have been reported to bim, and that tbe I
lives and property of the suburban resi
dents must be protected.
Chief Glass was asked as to his
opibion of the situation. While he did
not desire to make a statement for pub
lication, he eaid that more policemen
were needed. There had been com
plaints made that go to show tbe neces
sity of more appointments.
Somo of the courier.lmen expreseed
their views of the question. As they
stand today, it is doubtfnl if additional
officers will be appointed. Some ot the
councilmen and the polico commission
ers are of the opinion that the city can
no} afford scch an "expensive luxury,"
as one gentlemen expressed it.
In memory of tho Ulo Mra. J. 8. T,. Wood,
who departed this, life Sept. 27, ISBS, at her
residence on Sin Ju iau street.
She was born In ttrusseil county, Kentucky,
Die. 21, 1533. Shu removed to Missouri and
subsequently io CslKo nia, waerj sho spout
the la t j r years of her life.
ihe tide of life rollsd ou*, bearing upon its
b->«om one ot tho purest sou.s that ever KMCad
tbe belug of worn 11 dhe bore her cross of
slekne s with tin sublime fortitude ot a
Chrislisu, in only and uncomplainingly.
Even when agony racked the loved form, aud
her burden t,eemed greater thau the could
bear, none ever heard a raurmar tbe
divine decree of God
Her life, hor every act, was ono long les oa,
one grand example to her enlldreu »ni friend.
With a sublime faith, she nut adversity and
sorrow; true to her iustlnc < of mothirbool,
she faithfully and conscientiously endeavored
to '"c trua to hit glorious trust.
She was never toow.*aryto com fort, never
too impatient to listen t> and sootno childish
woes and give counsel that has cugrdved Itself
upon the hearts mat loved best. Many
aud mmy a lime, when tho shadows feilanu
purple twilight wrappol all Ihltiits in lt«
duaky arm l , has she gUh'-r d her children
about her and tilked of Old, ills the
glo les lie promised, and of. the folil.s and
temptations t-iat beaet the paths of man.
Thus when the time cane fortu-r los-iy fare
well to all eirthly Iblug., to bieaa aautidev
tbe ties of love that bound her to tli.a Doubled
world, the heavenly smile ilia. Illumin -d bur
couuteuance to d of tliu perfect trust tt,at had
upheld her through all tier nob o llf". The
valley of tho shalowl iy before her, but she
gsz?d b.von'l, toward tli • beiutiful pa aus
that gils cued with the promt o of cverb.sUug
lite, where whitcrobed anae s smiled find
watted l> clasp 11 kindred ion. The dying
eyes lit up fir an Instant, ss if ahe already saw
tie glories that awaited ho".
Bo tho cross she hi 1 borue so me'kly was
llfltd, and Ood's divltu haud placid thu
crown upon her sweet brow. Not a straggle,
notssgh; slmp'y tue piss ng of the niortul
and birth of hor immortallly.
Toe world chro llclo 1 v it her death, hir life
is not recorded in the auuals of hisior,, but in
the hearts of her husband aul child/cv, where
sac was queen and mother, suo lives and lives
forever Her loving djughto",
M if me Ma no a hit WOOD.
We tako pleasure in auuouncing that we nro
now fully prepared to do nil kinds of glass
beveling, and mnnufacturoall kind-, of French
(.late mirrori Old and damaged mirro s re
silvered. AU work guarantee 1. 11. Raphael <fc
Uo., 44s and 440 South tjprlug n.
Our Homo Brew.
Maicr <t Zobelein'a lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in all tho prlnelp.il sa
loons, uelive'ed promot'y in bottles or k-g«.
Office and brewery, 4ii All 10 street. Tele
phone 01.
Prof. L. Loeb's musical studio opens s«pt.
loth, I'y '.i tiouth Mpr :i; street, Uall Tues
days, lhuisdays and riatu'davs.
Sowerkkowt. S^SSSSSt:
Ihe Fall or a Chinese Laundry
Yesterday afternoon a Chinese latin
dry wagon full of clothes was being
driven up to Bunker Hill avenue and
fell over the embankment at the corner
oi Second and Hope streets.
There was a confused vision of wagon,
Chinese legs and queues and various
portions of tiie anatomy of a bone,
while clotbesof all descriptions fluttered
aronnd. No particular damage was
done, but the two Chinamen were as
badly demoralized at. if a United States
marshal was alter them.
Tho Library,
S. Rroa.l) ay. The best lunch parlor
uix'i delicacy rooms in the city. Neat,
clean and prompt service. Hot dinner
from 12 to 5 p.m.
I lii I
1 1
ft The Oldest and Lnrcr-
Sv> est Curio Store on th» »-t>
!it Paciiie Coast, off. re *♦
%% sweeping reductions *J
1%% in all departments. *t
I JJ Thi3 is done 'o make J»
! ro in for the large <.!
invoice of Holiday
Uoods that will soon Jl
11| arnve - !$
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: Si OPr. HOT!?'. NAUE.in It
: $Z 4-4 Cm
120 ktorth' st.
bos AXUKt.Es. i AUK
YiiUtfO HIKN who suffer from the fearful
eiT eta ot sell-abuse, a* i uveralou to tae t-O'il* t>
ol l.'dles; despondency: tit cue gv tatting
memon: ncrvnu-tut'S*: palpitation oi toe heart
weak tau«; stunted ditveiopmo il: ltiereaaliit;
nervousextiaus'lon anu nrlasel lout
uiekirtH. You may b* In the ll'ttt but you
itre fa-d ftpuroiciilng the lant. U »t i^t
t »!.,- rprtaw tir »ii»m ino<l*»*ly prevent Tt.u
from ..1111.1111011: r*iief wow.
MliiliLK-AHKII MKN who are prem*
turelv old. t>s n result of youthful indl-cre 1 tut
or exCM»i'« "f utir yeais; who a c tfubi c
wltn to i frequent i'tai-u iiioutt ol ihe bladde
and by finding a milky or rony t-edlment in tnt
U'lrto; aud on acuoun. of thin unnatural wssx
and iossof vtaliiy ure ustflt lor bn imn-o:
v arrlage. You can positively bo rti.lumJ
to manly vigor.
BY en 11, n, with fo lowing symptom': fall
Inn of tin; hair: -ore throat, swo len mid sup
piirstingglands; eruptions pu tubsand bmmii
of tto skin; stiff iv-« of jotnu; destruction o
bone., of die nose, Willi oft'ousivu dltchargt
from Ihe nostrils ami o.bor evidences ol
t.lood disease—forever dr yen from the system
without tbe use of mercury.
iioNuiiKiitr, \ , gleet, sirlclurr, innamran
tlonof the i restate end blsdrttr snd orciil li
instantly re'iev-cd and permanently cured bj
lemedleii tcatod in m»nv yea a soec.ai practlt)*
Consultation strictly confidential. Terms low
us lsconsutent wltn firs -clas' Iran mail.
im. \VHI I'll consulted in person. Private
laboratory. Business priv ite. So expo.urc
case, treated by mall M D
128 N. M-.lu at.
$3.50 JL $15.00
4.00 /fIA
4.50 |M 20.00
08 ll f 2§.go
6.00 \m r:7»SG
Rine Liquor
Bass Ale, Guinness' Stout, Cordials, Cognac & Fine V
I make a specialty of pure liquors especially fo
and medicinal use. Wholesale distributor of the fc
liquors, sold at the lowest market quotations:
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, Val J'.latz Milwaukee 800
Mcl I wood Whiskey, litis* & O.'n Palo Ale,
Old Taylor Whiskey, Guinness' istout,
Londonderry Lithia Water, Delbcck, Pommrry,
Hiiffdlo Lithia Water, Munim, Clicquot,
White Bock Waukesha Water, Monopoly and
Apolllnaris Water, Perrier June! Cnonimtrn
French and Italian Vermouth, Canadian Club Whiskey.
Pure California Wine? put up in casts ready for shipping to all p
east—a suitable present to send to your tiicnds. Visitors cordially mv
and inspect the vintages.
Liquor Dealers and Druggists will find it to their interest to obtain
tions before making; purchases.
Special attention paid to the Hotel aad Restaurant trade in pure
Clarets, Zlnfandel, Sauterne, R esling, etc.
Just received ex ship City of flla«a;ow, via 300 cases, liufty < Mai'whl.key.
San Diego, Irom London, 125 ca>cs tUss & Co.'* 78 oaaes Job ma Hon'* Mall
Pa c Ale, pinu and quarla. and Quiiiueti,' tub Bo cases i.ondon'li rry Lltlita W
lln rtout. 4"cisu.> DtinVn Mjila Water.
ExihlpOiloo, via New Orloan». 3J cases »s- IISc«»e« b. h n'»S<uterna.
sorted Cordials from K. Cusc-glcr (lis alu» £ Cle, '.T> uaso* • urno I a nam, ho.
France, contl.ttnir of Anisette, Crenie do Men- to « as l ** Buthosda—half gallon!
the, ilnrioio, Crcme de Botes Crame de Moka, quart*.
MarlscNlno, Chartreuse, Benedictine, ate, I°o t ,bls Val f*Uii Ml'waukoeß
Alio 34 chic A w. aiewari'a Scotch Wilis- '20 cases Juiksou'u titiw iodi
key, from Aberdeen, Scotland. quart*.
Free delivery to all pxrts of the city. I wi'l deliver to any part I
California one gallon of H. J. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, I
family use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $4, Address all orj
124 & 126 N. Spring St, Los Angi
DR. 11. 10. SMALL, President IJK. W. A. SMITH 1
work ~- :^z
At moderate prices. ' Sa ° o;j tf'au d "*^-^|*
V.c respectfully solicit Investigation of our c 3lV£y. p
methods and prices. ' " J
Palnleta Bxlrscllng, Crown and BrUlrn Work. [7 11,1 m] Swaged A'nmlnum Piste
213 S. SPRING S"
I For Salts Klegunt iv Design, Superior
: Best Workmanship, Perfect. Fifti
I "~ " 8-18-Um ===r=
oreo. r>. iiKtTA bow, v. eiL,
Choloe .oti S.W. partof of.y $230 to rjTB oc ,i x .room hout.es on cli
I fIO'JO. W., ifld io«t<s )>sr monlli.
I Houses f-nra $1200 up, either for cash or tflgiu-rpom iiou.o oi. I'oarl 't
upon us al'mems. month- «!.o one ou W. /.<d St.; vc
„ , ... D ~ cal'oo, m >dcrn, otr.: fAO per ni'L>
uii«trte«» pr ipcty on Sprlnr, Miin or Broad- w() f urn i«.i,ed ootaa*|j ou fi
nny; a few cun oa Investments, Bnekwood are., ench tf'jn pr m
Oi 1 .mdsao in. Bu-lne<« 1< good. Tourists luriilalud hon as. 5.W..« Wimil
wit On.l our office an intelligence burjau, Lift jourp-op»rtv. wIW is. Jli
wh;ro ihey are alw«ys welcome. £0 d. tee whin we have.
N k iiubkkb NKIIONO ST. AMI BSOAIIff Al', t(H INH v.
337, 339 and 341 S. Sprinc
5 13-8 m
; THE &1R
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