IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Trustees' Maetlng—Death of C. I. Hop
Pasadena. Oot. 4 — The regular meeting of the
city cooncll waa held at 2 o'olotk tnla after
noon, tha session being an adjourned one from
Monday, on whloh day no business was trans
acted, it being a legal holiday.
The minutes of the last regular meeting were
read, and all bids filed to day were referred to
committee, without reading.
A numberol citizens being present. Intoretted
In the pronoied sewer on Walnut street, the reg
ular order of business wai set aside, aud the
protect against the proposed work taken up.
Mr. L. 0. Winston, secretary ol the board of
trustees of the library, addressed the meeting
on behalf of the protest, stating that tbe library
could connect with the main sewer oheaper
than by putting in the branch.
Several other speeches were made for and
against tbe work, and after consuming about
an hour's time, the council decided to reject
the petition. , .
President Weed called the attention of the
board to tbe fact that the electric light coutract
expires in January next, and tbat steps be taken
to properly advertise the contract.
A general discussion of tbe prices, which the
City is at present paying for the light followed,
ana it was tbe general oplniou of the members
that the present rate was entirely too high, as
compsrea with neighboring plac-s. City At
torney w.E. Arthur and Councilman McQiil
llng were appointed to looa alter the advertis
The city attorney was Instructed to take slops
looking to having tbe following street improve
ments can led out: Tbat De l.acy street b« con
tinued between Kansas and Dayton streets, that
Colorado street be widened to tne regular width
between Raymond avenue apd th ■ Santa Fu
railroad, that Raymond avenue be widened
north of Locust street, and Ktevado be widened
between Fair Oaks and Pasadena avenue
A resolution adopting speci Mentions for laying
a sewer on Summit avenue was passed; atso a
' resolution ordeilng a sewer to be constructed
on Summit avenue and Chestuut street
Speclficatlens were adopted for Irving a gian
lte curb on Colorado street trom Fair Oaks to
'Marengo; also a resolution ordering work.
Specifications and resolution ordering a cob
bleßtone curb aud gutter laid on botb s.des of
Colorado atreet from Marengo tb Lake, were
A resolution ordering a cobblestone gutter on
both sides ot Colorado street from Little avenue
to Lake avenue, was adopied.
'ihe report of the auditing and finance com
mittee was received, and bills ordered paid to
the amount of $2052.06.
A petition was received a«klng that flume be
pnt in at the corner ot Kansas and De Laoy
streets, and lv accordance v, Ith same the street
superintendent was instructed to put a culvert
Several petitions wero received to erect and
move buildings within tbe fire limits, and re
ferred to comnttttoe.
A proiest against laving a cement walk on
the west side ot Rayu ond avenue between
Cbtatnut and Villa streets.
Reports of this city officials for the month
ending Septemb r 30tb were read and filed.
Marshal Buchanan reported the appointment
of A. 0. Bristol as day policeman. 1 in- reoort
was ad. pt< d, alter which tbe board adjourned
to meet tomorrow afternoon, when the paving
ol the streetcar tracks will be considered.
The death of Mr. U.T. Hopkins, one of our
oldest and wealthiest citizens, occurred this
morning at his home in OLivewood. caused by
an overdose of cocaine or morphia, taken, it is
believed, with Intent to alleviate pain, bnt not
to commit suicide, such being the finding of a
coroner's jury which was summoned this after
Mr. Hopkins has for a long time been a great
sufferer from a number ol complicated diseases
from which be had but little hopes of recovery,
but tne news of his death oomes aa a great
shock to bis family, as no immediate danger
waa looked for. Early tbis morning he was
about the house as usual, but about 9 o'c.ock
went to his room to lay down and was never
seen a ive again. When Mrs. Hopkins went to
take his lunch to him she found him dead and
sold, life having evidently been ex.met for
A bottle ot morphia was standing at the head
of the bed from which deceased had evidently
taken the fatal dose. Owing to the very painful
nature of Ihe disease with which he was
a 111 cted, he had been In the habit of frequently
taking the drug to alleviate pain, Ad It ia
thought that he accidentally took too much,
which in the weak condition of his system
Coroner dates was notified and came out thia
afternoon and empaneled a jury, which, after
investigating the case, brougot in a verdict in
accordance with the facts aa have been before
The remains will, at the expressed wish of de
ceased, be cremated, funeral services being
held at the house. The time haa not yet been
set, awaiting telegrams from the north and
Mr. Hopkins was one of tbe early sellers on
the coast, living in San Francisco for a number
•f years, where he waa largely interested in
marine insurance, and at the time ol his death
had large property interests there. He bad
lived in thia city more or leaa for the past 15
The Order of Chosen Friends gave a very
pleasant social laat evening.
The street-car track paving problem promises
to be aettled soon.
A regular meeting of the W. C. T. U will be
beta in tbe Baptist church tomorrow aftarnoon
at 3 o'clock.
..Ae Madison avenue Tennis club haa elected
aa officers Harry Durrell. president; Julia P.
Ogden, vice-president; Minnie Wood, iccretary;
P. Patmateer, treasurer.
Mr. J. Y. Jackson of the foronado Water com
pany was In town today, llutchlna Bros, have
been appointed agents for this mineral water.
The next meetiLg of the Lyceum will occur on
Thursoay evening, October oth, at 7:30 o'clock.
As it is the first meeting since tbe vacation it is
desired tbat every member should be present
and tbe officers la their places. New members
are o tbe elected, and neophytes will pleaae bs
present for tha initiation ceremony.
New Cases In the Justice's Conrt—Notes
li »u<i Personals.
Fanta Monica, Oct. 4. —Byron L. Steere has
arrived front hia eastern home aooompanied by
Mrs. Steere, who Is delighted with the climate
of the sunny western ooast. They will remain
some time here with headquarters at the Jack
The board of trustees ordered Fourth street,
south of Railroad avenue, to be glided, and
passed a resolution of intention to grado
The case of George Miller vs. Frank Hughes
for stealing «4S worth of whisky, came up for
hearing, and an affidavit was presented by the
prosecution asking for a continuance, on the
ground ol the absence of a material witness by
the name ol McAllister, which the judge de-
Bteo, and then the prosecutlm moved to dis
miss the charge, which waß done. Hughes will
now sue for malicious prosecution and false
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Parkhill of Boston are
here for a few days.
Ituiua of Interest.
SCHADKB A CO., beers, wines-liquors, mm
eral waters, sodas, etc. Opposite "jsoatofllce.
Our Horns Brew.
Maicr & Zobeleln's lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or kegs,
cilice and brewery, 444 AUto street. Tele
I'rooeedfnga or tho City Trustees—Local
Pomona, Oct 4.-The city trustees, Mr.
Hutchinson abaent, met hut night at 7:30 In tho
city hall. Tho minutes of the last meeting
wore read and approved. City Engineer W. H.
Baude ■ asked for leave of absenoe for 60 days,
which waa granted. Mayor J. A. Gallup asked
for IS days' leave from the Hth; grantid. City
Maisb 1 John W. Lorboer stated that he waa
subicensed to attend court as a witness In a
case from Pomona on tbe Oth Inst, and asked
for leave on that day; granted.
Regular monthly salaries, currant bills, spe
cial demands, etc., were tben read singly and
allowed, excopt aa follows: City engineers
demaud for $15, meaauring water, cut down to
$15 and allowed; City Ireaaurer tioodman a
d-m%ud for one month's antra salary and about
$1.1 Oforatamped envelopes and stationery was
referred to tbe city attorney and deierred for
action until next week.
The ordinance regulating speed of passage ot
trains, etc., and lh» blocking of streets by
aame, waa numbered 115, put upon its passage
and unanimously carried.
City Attorne] W. A. Bell made hia report upon
three bills, which had been referred lo him for
collection, to the amountof about $13.10.
Reports for tbe quarter just olosed were pre
sented by city clerk, treasurer and marshal and
referred to Finance committee; the matter of
ordinance books mentioned by city clerk, but
action deferred to some future meeting.
Tbe matter of eltber one or two extra night
watchmen was brought up, and after some dla
cnsslon and a vote was defeated, 2 tor, 2 against,
Alderman Hutchinson absent.
Health Offl er Maynard, at bis reqiießt, was
made special policeman at no additional ex
pense to the city. ..
The matter of erecting a safety van; t in which
to teep all oitr records, Ux books, papers, etc ,
was brought up by City Olerk J. R. Oerthside,
and after some dUcusslon the clerk was re
quested to Inquire into the cos 1 , etc., and re
port at next meeting. An adjournment uuill
Tuesday evening was voted.
Mr. W. T. I mi ton. who has been quite sick for
aooie time, la now able to sit up. and hia
friends hope lie will aoon be out again.
Rev, F. D. Martin will bo among his old Po
mona friends for a day or so. His atationls
Colton for the next conference year.
Olty Engineer W. H. Banders and Mr. Hervy
J. Nichols went east today.
Mrs. Sarah Buck baa returned to her Pomona
home. , , ...
Mlsb Margaret Logan left for Los Angeles this
morning after a short vlalt to her relatives iv
our city. „ ... ...
At tbe next meeting of Ihe council the bids
for building the sidewalk on «cst side of Eliza
beth street, between Holt avenue and First
street, and perhaps bids on the five or more
electric lights will be opened. Mayor Galtnp
will be absent so the board will have to elect a
chairman to act.
The trial of Patterson, charged with an at
tempt at rape, cornea up for hearing in the su
perior court at Loa Angeles on tbe Oth Inst.
Tills will take a good many Pomonaites to the
city on lhat day,
Howard A. Broughtou ia in Los Angeles to
Capt. George Egan has just received from Mr.
Elwood Cooper of the Btate Horticultural so
ciety, Santa Barbara, a box containing 25 "red
scale exterminators." He says the little bugs
are alive and all right; tbat they increase
amazingly fast, ami that they will be of im
mense value to our valley. Bee him at Mullen
& Egan's on Second atreet, and learn more
about the matter. .....
Misa Cora Nance, who has been visiting in
Los Angelea for some time, arrived home yeater
Mr. W. P. Gould and family leit for the Bap
tist couvention at Monrovia this morning, via
the Santa Fe, 8:23.
Mr. A. F. B ont. of the Los Angeles Abstract
company, has bargtlned for Geo. Rhorer's in
terest in tha Sycamore Water Development
CoITJ. Wilson of the Southern Pacific wsa
seen on our streets today. It is perhaps his
business here to secure an extension of options
(about to lapse) along the right of way property
line of their intended branch from this point.
A Bobber Rifles a Safe In Broad Day
San Bernardino, Oot. 4.—Tho orange gaow
ers In the district embracing Badlands, High
lands, Crafton, Mission, Colton, Btalto and Mt.
Vernon met In this city today to discuss several
Important subjects relative to orange growing,
the principal of which was tie question of a
minimum price to be fixed by the association,
under which uo fruit was to be sold. Tbe idea
was advanced that with a fixed price all smutty
and froren fruit could be kept out of the mar
ket. Great interest was shown, and some tell
lntr apeech'S were made by a number of gentle
men present. H, B. Muacott was elected chair
man, while W. 0. Fuller acted aa secretary
Among tbe growers present were J. Barnhill.W.
N (,'hamblln, L. C. Waite, E. K. Henderson, Dr.
Plerson, C. H. Lathrop, L. Cram, Mr. Doran, W.
Jr. Grow and Mr. Melville.
A BOLD ROBBERY.
A very bold robbery was committed here this
morning. Holcomb Bros., who do a large wood
and coal business on E street, between Second
and Firat, left their place of buainesa today
■ oon and went to their respective homea for
lunch. On their return they discovered that
their safe had been rifled and about $40 In coin
and $15 or $100 in gold nuggets taken A resi
dent next door informed tbem tbat he had no
ticed a stranger in the office while tbej were
out, but aa the door ia usually left open nothing
was thought of it. He gave a good description
oi the robber, and officers were at once placed
on hia trail.
X. E. Kalz and D. A. Moulton will leave to
night for Chicago.
Antoine de Kontakl, the Polish
pianist, will upper at the opera house on
C. C. Carter of Rial to and Miss Hattie Martin
of Redlands were married by Rev. C. A. Wes
T J. Bolton, clerk of tho board of supervisors,
shipped 93 boxes of fruit to the world's fair,
Hugh Dorn died yesterday afternoon at hia
residence on I street. He leaves a wife, for
merly Miss Ducommon of Los Angeles, to
mourn hia losa,
'Ihe preliminary examination of W. M, Coch
ran was held before Judge Kuox this afternoon.
A Forge. Glet in Hia Work on a Local
Redlands, Oot. 4.—A smooth Individual giv
ing the name of W. E. Tracy, and claiming to
be a nephew of ex-Secretary Tracy, attempted
to pass a worthless check yeaterday on Dutton
& Edwards. He gave ont that he waa an amhor
ized agent of the New York Loan aud Invest
ment company, and showed a contract purport
ing to have been signed by the officers of the
company appointing bim their agent. He was
taken in tow by several real estate agents and
agreed to buy the Roggon-Kamp block for $17.
--000. He aaid he waß snort of funds and was In
need of money to telegraph to tbe company at
New York. M. S Lave, who negotiated the
sale, introduced Tracy to Dutton & Edwards,
who cashed a $25 check, but becoming sus
picious from tbe nervous actions of Tracy,
ai.d learning that no telegram had been
sent forced the forger to return the money. He
left town Immediately afterwards. Hols about
35 years old, wears a mußtaobe and 11 ht, short
beard. He claims to be an Kngllsman, bnt his
general appearance stamps him a German.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ross are in Los Angelea.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Meservo arrived home yes
terday from Chicago and Boston.
Over 600 pupils are enrolled in the public
schools of this city.
Miss Jullr Edwards of East Highlands visited
f rlenda <n tbe city this week.
Tbe Union Young People's society will hold
asocial in Y.M.O.A. hall tonight.
Mr. and Mrs, J. Edward Clark will move to
Lob Angeles soon to reside.
Tbe Barton ranch owners hare agreed to
grade the etreet without oharglng tbe city, if
State atreet la extended to their part of town.
A movement la being made to secure the
lower boor of the V.M.C.A. building lor uae as
Hood's Barsaparilla absolutely curea where,
oti,ei pivi#a.ui,ioua ran. It possesses medicinal
merit Peculiar to Itself.
Constipation asW all t oubles with the diges
tive organs and the liver, are cured by Hood's
Fills, Unequalled as a dinner pill.
LOS ANGELES ITERALD: THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 5. 1893.
Trustees' Meeting—B«al Estate—World's
Santa. Aha, Oct. 4.-The city trustees met
last nigbt, all the memberß being present. The
reports of tbe city recorder, atreet commlo
aloner and city clerk were read and placed on
file. The tax levy was fixed at $1 on the $100
aB follows: Amount to be raised, $22,339.35,
apportioned aa follows: General fund,
$1935 82; atreet fund, $51)19 78; library fund,
$1116.98: water work, bonded indebtedness
fund, $6366.77. The *l levy Is apportioned as
'ollows: General fund, 40 ct ts; street fund,
2b}£centa; library fund, 5 cents; water works
bonded indebtedness fund, cents.
John Bawgood sot excited over a proposal to
widen Weal street and put in a 16 inch pipe to
oairy the Irrigating Water, and tbe little man
with a loud voloe accused the board of having
favorites In the matter ol giving out city busl
An ordinance inteLded to do away with
keeping tho back door of saloons open on Sun
day, and calling for the removal of screens,
was read and referred to the city attorney.
The clerk was authorized to advertise for bids
for an engine bouse for one year.
President Edlnger advocated retrenchment in
the running of tbe city.
The city attorney was authorized to draw
up an ordinance relating to tramps, and the
festive hobo will have a hard time of it in Santa
Ana in the future.
After passing the usual monthly bills the
THEY CAN WED.
A marriage license was issued to David Kel
say of Villa Park, aged 20, and Virginia Chand
ler of Orange, aged 17, yesterday, and Rev. J.
W. Otter tied the marriage knot.
Marriage licenses were granted today lo
Jonathan H. Starkey, 50 yearn of age, a resident
of Norwalk and a native of Ohio an"i Mrs, J.
N. Bmrler, a resident of Santa Ana, 39 years
of age and a native ol Onio.
To William Crum, a resident of Qatvanza, Los
Angelas county, a native of Missouri, 47 years
oi age. aud Julia A. Ward, a resident of tho
Bolsa, a native of lowa, 31 years of age.
The rush in marriage licenses is duo to the
fact that handsome W. A. Beckett, deputy
clerk, is doing tbe work, tne P' pular county
clerk, Mr. Brock, being ill at his home.
REAL I-BTATI TRANSFERS.
The real estate market is not in as flourishing
a state as real estate brokers would like to see.
During the past week 10 deedß were filed, the
consideration being $15,853. There were also
filed lor resjord 16 miscellaneous papers.
However, there are many intending purchas
ers in Sauta Alia at tb.> present time and re
newed activity is expected very soon.
world's fair awabdb.
Following are the world's fair awards for
products: W, W. Hailswortb, Santa Ana, fruit:
H. H. Oilman, Fullerton, persimmons; F. A.
Gates, Garden Grove, dates; H. F. Gardner, Or
ange, citron; J. H. Fisher, canta Ana, fruit-;
W. E. Elmoudori, Sauta Ana, peaches; D. F.
Deyoe, Tuslin, persimmons; John Dereuy, Or
ange county, pears. _
Dried fruit: Mrs. J. C. Jopiiu, Tußtin: O.
Other awards were: a W. Preble, Tustin, or
anges: Meeks & Sylles, Orange couuty, blsck
berries: George Ford, Santa ana, fruits; Heury
Stevens, Westminster, fruits; B. Silkwood, Or
ange, quinces; J. 0. Jopl:B, Bell cafion, prunes;
A. D. lilsbop, Orange, oranges aud lemons; H.
K. Snow, TusMu, citrons.
SANTA ANA NOTES.
Charles I. Thacker arrived in town today
with hiß running horses, Lottie H. and Leea
wana. Both horses are entered in the races
There are even Silkwood spoons here now.
Rev. K. A. Mclntler and A. J. Smiley have
gone to the world's fair.
Another blllard parlor is to be stalled In this
The supervisors were lv session today, ex
amining Dills and attending to other county
The ordinance, as drawn up by the district
attorney relative to tramps, provides that the
county jailer, or his deputy, shall be superin
tendent of the cbaug gang, for the purchase of
a team and wagon if ~ -ary, and tools re
quited. The prisoners nro lo work eight hoars
a day and be given three meals a day when at
work. Vagrants in jail, when not doing work,
shall only pc given two meals a day of brean
and water. The men unfortunate enough to
be compelled to tramp are to find no relief In
No meeting ol the S, A. V. I. Co. was held yes
terday, as a quorum was not present. The
meeting will be held < >ctober 31st.
The taxes for 1893-94 are coming in slowly.
Glldmacher ,t Uo. bought 20 tons of walnuts
at C'aplstrano yesterday, paying 7 cents per
pound for tbem.
The case of battery against Paddy Ryan occu
pied the attention of Judge Humphreys and a
jury this afternoon. The uerdlct of tbe jury
was not reached at 5 o'clock.
The Good Work of Arresting Chinamen
Still Goes On.
Riverside, Oct 4.—The second batch of war
rants were served on tbe Chinamen yesterday.
About 9 o'clock United States Deputy Marshal
Jas. D. Farrla arrived in the city, and at once
proceeded down the valley in search of two
Chinamen who were bossing two gangs of Mon
golians that were picking grapes. One of them
was wo king for Edwin Hart, and the other
waa in the employ of Mr. Johnson. Botb sub
mitted to arrest without trouble, and were at
onoe taken to San Bernardino, where tbey re
mained till today, when tbey wero taken to
Los Angeles to have a hearing before Judge
Ross. Their arrest causes another commotion in
Chinatown, as the heaihens were not oosiug
forit. Deputy Farris says that he has warrants
for several more celestials, who are resiionti of
San Bernardino connty, and tbat they will be
served at once.
Mrs. J. P. Shumway and daughter left yes
terday for the world's fair.
James T. Taylor has just returned from a ten
days' trip to San Antonio canon, where he went
to measure the water at the division dam for
tbe Sierra Water and Power company.
County Clerk Condee issued a marriage
license yesterday to William J. Hunter and
F.mma Owen, both residents of tbis city.
O. P. Widaman loft for San iliego today to se
cure a full abstract of all properly In old San
Mike Lusiok was convicted of assault in the
superior court yesterday and will appear for
Louis J. Selfridge was granted a divorce yes
terday In the superior court.
Take Broom-Seltzer for Insomnia
Before retiring—trial.bot tie 10 cts.
Gao a Won Be Beautiful
With a Sallow Complexion or a Rough
Skin ? Certainly Not 1
— npHEN why not try
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Risoj? KlTlt ' ; uAK ~
y Lola Montez Creme
CSS "t The SKIN FOOD and
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£ 3l ; — uo poisons, and ree
f "Q£a. ommended by the
"7 beßt physicians.
J ..... +i I' removes all
\ 'tuitu. HjflaVAuA, 0 ness oi the skin, pro
tecting it from tbe inn and wind, and keep
ing it soft and smooth. Price, 75 cents. Pot
lasts three months.
MRS. HARRISON'S FACE POWDER.
It is very fine and adhesive, cannot In] are the
most delicate skin, and I claim it to he posi
tively Imperceptible to tbe closest scrutiny.
The pain of freckled and sunburnt skin, so an
noying to many ladits, can b« avoided by tne
freo use of LUI. \ hostiz and tula pom
dkk. Three shades—White, Flesh and
Brunette. Price, 00 cent".
MRS. HARRISON'S FACE BLEACH I
Is not a cosmetic to bide defects, but a medical
wash that scientifically removes ail i''rWk ie„,
Tnn, Sunburn, BlMokhnad, Moth Fatehep,
Balluwneas and all other skin blemish.
Price, $1. All of Mrs. Harrison's numerous
preparations for sale by all urugelsis.
MRS. BORA JOHNSON,
Lady Agent Angeles,-
Hi!rdre # s!ng and 2Sa.alCu.iuM r»iloi-s, i&ooms
41-42 Wilson Block, hi ring street.
For any special or complicated blemish of
tne fsc: and form write to MRS. NEXT!,. HAR
RISON, 20 Geary st eet, S.u Frauoisco, Cal.
Superfluous hair permanently removed.
I ECONOMY I
I Is the order of the day. We are holding up our end. Plae- I
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I We make no idle boasts of doing impossibilities, but I
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UNTIL CURE IS EFFECTED.
Positively cure in from thirty to sixty
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without the us i of knife, drawing blood or de
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CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FRKB
Can refer Interested parties to prominent Los
Angeies citizens who have been treatel by
tbem. Cure guttranteed.
050 S. MAIN ST.,COR. SEVENTH,
3-7 12m LOS AMI EL ItS CAL.
" MRS. F. E. PHILLIPS'
Mrs. Phillips has Ju«t returned from the
Cast with a complete line of goods. Latest
style of hair dressing.
a complete line of Mme. Snppert's Cele
brated cosmetics, Face Tonic, the finest in
tbe world. Hair dressing, manicuring, face
massage. OPEN EVENINGS.
Rooms 31 and 32 Wilson Block,
CORNER SPRING AND FIRST STS.
Take elevator at the Kirst-st. entrance.
Special Administrators Sale
AT AUCTION, ON
Saturday, Oct 7, 10 A.M.,
At the corral of Chas. Mlnehardt, Los
Angeles st., near cor. of First et, by
oid r of James Castrueio, administra
tor of tbe estate of A. Ginocobio, de
4 Head well-broken Work and Road
1 Bay Mare, 5 Years old.
Sorrel Mare, 4 Years old.
Gray Horse, 6 Years, weighs 1400.
Gray Mare, weighs 1250 pounds.
The above are first-c'ass animals, sound and
in Hue condition. B. W. NOYHB,
10 4 It Auctioneer.
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main 81, Los Angeles.
Prescriptions carefull!' compounded *—t m
■ivnt. >**z if
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
taxes for the year 1593 on personal prop
erty aecured by real property and one-half of
the taxes on all real property will be due and
payable on the first Monday (2d day) in Octo
ber, 1893, and will b) delinquent on the last
Monday (27th day) in November next tnire
af ter, at 6 o'clock p.m., aud unleaa paid prior
thereto 15 per cent will be added to tha
amount thereof; and if aaid one-half is not
paid before the last Monday (30th day) in
April, 1894, at U o'clock p.m., an additional S
per cent will be added thereto.
The remaining one-half of the taxes on all
real property will be payable on and after the
first Monday (Ist day) in January, 1894, and
will be delinquent on the laat Monday (30th
day) In April next thereafter, at 6 o'clock p.m ,
and unless paid prior thereto 5 per cent will be
added to the amount thereof
All taxes may be paid at the time the firat
installment, as herein provided, la due aud
Bald taxes will be collected at the office of
the Tax Collector in tbe County Court House,
in the city ot Los Angeles, county of Los Ange
lea, State of California.
I. K. HEWITT,
Tax Collector o[ Loi Angeles County, CaL
15 FOLDING BEDS 15
WE HAVE CONSIGNED TO US
15 Oak Folding Beds
WITH MIRROR FRONTS,
TO BE DISPOSED OF
REGARDLESS OF COST.
MATLOCK & REED,
426 and 428 S. Spring St.
Incubators, Bone Milla, Alfalfa Cu.tera
Everything for poultry keepers.
EDWliii CAWSTON, 121 8. Broadway.
' . : 916b
J. M. Grifftin. Prea'r. J. T. Griffltl, V.-Pres't
T. if. Nicho a, 8 icy -ud Treas.
K. L. Chandler, Superintendent.
J. M. Griffith Company,
And Manufacturers of
HOOKS, WINDOWS, BLINDS * STAIRS
Mill Work of Every Descilptlon.
931 N. Alameda Si. Los Angelea. 6-1 tf
713 SOUTH MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES, CAL.
"Skillful cue Increase* longevity to the "In"->nlously locating diseases through th
world." pit.- and excellent remedies are great bless
I lngs to the world."
Fonr years ago my daughter, Verglnla Bell, was treated by Dr. Wong for what physicians
called hip disease, and h*d pronounced incurable afier treating her for eight yeara Dr. Wong's
diagnosis was that she was afflicted with one of tbe thirteen forms of cancer. His medicine
effected a permanent cure in seven months time. Two years ago my grandson became blind In
one eye. Dr. Wong restored his sight In throe weeks'time. A. LASSWELL,
After I had been treated eleven years, by six different doctors, for consumption, and they
had stated that I couldn't live two months, I took Dr. Wong's medicine and was cured in aavest
months. I enjoy excellent health, and weigh 170 pounds. MRS. A. M. A VELA,
IHI2 Brooklln aye., Los Angeles, Cal.
PRIVATE, NERVOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASES OF MEN quickly cured without the use
4000 cures. Ten years in Los Angeles,
DR. WONG, 713 South Main St., Los Angeles.
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices.
.'els 36 and 1047. 8-13 tf 130 West Second Street.
NO ONE SHOULD FAIL TO TRY
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It Is Prepared Exuressly For Sulphur Baths at Home.
IT CONVERTS EVERY BATH TUB INTO A SULPHUR BPRING CURES RAEUMATIBM
AND SKIN DISEASkS. IT GIVES UNEXCELLED bUI.PHUR BATHS.
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