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Weather Korean.
Report of observations taken at Loa Angeles,
Oct. 24, 1803:
Tlmo. j Bar. |
:i 0 n. mj30.1o|
00 p m 130.10!
82
88
m
E
4
Maximum temperature, 65.
Minimum temperature, i>4.
1 slnfall for past '-'4 hours, .31.
Rainfall for season, .75.
Indications.
Forecast for Southern California: Local
fains Wednesday morning: nearly stationary
temperature; north to. west winds.
The Foresters of the city will give a
ball this evening at Armory hall. Tbe
affair promises to be a great social event.
The park commission will meet to
morrow, and it is expected plans will be
(submitted and adopted for the new boat
hoSse and band stand at Weatlake park.
The first grand concert by the Los An-
Eeles Sextette club, assisted by Miss
Jenny T. Kempton, soprano, will ho
held at the First Presbyterian church
»n Friday evening. An interesting pro
gramme has been arranged.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the office of the Weetern Union Tele
graph company. corner of Main and
Court street, October 24th, 1893, for
A. G. Van Dnfiek, H. E. Waynne, Wm.
A. Jackson and Jacob Hagenbucker.
Protests against the widening of Firßt
itreet between Main and lx>s Angeles
are still coming in. George W. King,
through his attorney, yesterday filed
with the city clerk a protest against the
Improvement, on the ground ttoat it
will bring unnecessary expense upon
him.
The pad newa has arrived from In
dianapolis, lud., of the death by diph
theria of Marie Connor, tho beautiful
and talented Beven-year-old daughter
nf Mr. and Mre. M nomas Connor, whn
left Loe Angelee on a visit to friends and
relatives in Indianapolis some four
weeks ago. She had many loving
friends and young companions here who
learn of her loss with the greatest grief.
She was one of the brightest and most
firomiaing pupils of Mre. Hopkineon'a
lelsarte elocution class, and advanced
In all of her studies. She was an only
daughter and hor parents are broken- j
hearted over her untimely taking off.
They have the heart-felt sympathy of
friends in this city.
■Tor Santa Catallna Island.
Steamer eaila from San Pedio every
Saturday, connecting with morning
trains from Los Angele6; returning
Monday following. Wilmington Trans.
Co., 130 West Second Btreet.
PERSONAL.
E. G. Judaon of Redlanda was in the
ciiy yeaterday.
President Blake of the Nevada South
ern railway, is in the city, at the Hollen
beck.
C. J. Stillwell, the journalistic de
tective of San Francisco, was in the city
yesterday.
Mr. Smith of Dcs Moines, lowa, ; s in
tbe city on his first visit. He is loud in
bis praise of Los Angeles and her enter
prise.
Mr. E. C. Denis, the attorney oi the
Long Beach board of trustees, passed
through the city yesterday en route to
New York.
'Mrs. Robert Elliott and Miss Edith
Elliott of Court street, have returned
from an extended tour in the east. They
spent some time at the world's fair.
Mr. C. J. Bilicke of tbe Hollenbeck
returned yesterday from a week's visit
to his daughter iv San Francißco. He
Waa accompanied by Mre. Bilicke, who
remained north. During his absence
Mr. Bilicke also paid a llyrng visit to
his ranch in Siskiyou county.
SOCIETY.
Among the pleasant social gatherings
of toe past week waa a Burprise party
tendered to Mies Katie Schoneman, at
her residence, 414 Victor avenue, by her
mnny friends, last Saturday evening.
Tho evening was spent in games, recita
tions, songs and eolos, and at midnight
the guests proceeded to tho Bpacious
dining room, where a bountiful repast
was Berved, after which dancing was re
sumed until a late hour, those present
were: Messrs. Chae. Blumenthal,
Brosamer, Mendelsohn, i'lanchard,
Schoneman, Rasteuß, Hartnaek, B.
Schoneman, Bliesner, Peck, Zjbelein,
Fanning, Codori, Smith and Bowe;
Misees Schoneman, F. Bsaver, Brossmer,
Lowndes, Meudelaon, Morgan, Neice,
Ifare, Stone, Shield, Krause, Stoermer,
C. Brosamer, .Smith, McPheraon, B.
Beaver, Shirley and Mrs. I.utgens, Mrs.
Schoneman.
Have Juat Fonud
the place to gut oyaters. The Baltimores
are the nicest in lown. Can be bought
only at 244 South Main street. Only 60
cents a can.
HO'fgL ARItIVALS.
HOLLKNBKCK.
C. J. Stillwell, Sirs M. Lynch, Mrs. M. P.
Di-tels, L. R. Mead, J. B. luxug in, Mr und
Mrs. W. B. White, U. Vandervoort, C. M. Iluut,
p. L. Strong, A. 1., '■ i: ;i {, Bin Vrauei'OO; Geo.
Wat'-rmao, Nonhville. Mich.; D. J. Kenpe'ly.
Montana; H. A. I'argl:!, Norwalk: F 11. Aus
tin, iforeuo; Dr. JV'A. Maggard, benver: C. A.
Carpenter, Chino; li. Johnson, La Jolia; G. D.
Copelaud, San Diego; L. F. Hotehkiss, Moreno:
11. Brooks. Arlsoni: X, M Mamtsse, Napa: G.
C. Power, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Collins, Miss Bell,
Ventura; Mo C. W. Clark and son, J. F. Dtehi,
r'anta Barbara: Mrs. C. Norwood and Bon. T. W.
Smith.Reynolds, New York; Ferd. Tetxlail.
I'dliudflio: K. Williams, W. S. James. Nevada;
K. I. Taylor, J. S. Clark, Kansas City; A. H.
Car Kill, Brookhur-t: J. < . Van Kirk, Boston;
W.C Luc. S J. Wvlu, Chicago; Mr. aHd Mrs.
J. J. Martin, Long Head. F. L. Pickett, Phila
delphia: it. W. Clark, Denver; Mrs. J. Boyd,
Riverside: E. E. spelman, San Diego: V. Vez
tjtii, Kansas City.
Kast India Herb Tea Cnres
Constipation, biliousness and headache,
cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample free. H. M. SALE & SON, agents,
220 South Spring street.
A. is. Chapman
Sells the Glenwood ranges and Blcbmond
fanges, the two best steves in America. House
hold goods a specialty. 414 s. Spring st
The Only Keeley Institute
In Southern Cnllfornis is at Riverside. The
Lob Angeles office is at rooms o'4 and 65, New
Wilson block.
If Ton Need a Truss
Call at Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed.
Dr. D. B. DiOenbacher, Dentist,
ll?}* 8. Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
Subscribe for magazines and papers with
l.eugatsdter, i!l4 West Second, Uollenbeck
hotel.
Use German Family Soap,
MEMORANDA.
Corran's Los Angelee City Directory—
We have moved our office from 103
South Broadway to more commodious
quarters at 231 West First street.
Appreciating tbe large number of
visitors to the southern metropolis dur
ing the season of the California mid
winter fair, and the desire and neces
sity for an early directory, special ar
rangements have been made, and no ex
pense spared, to make Corran's Loa An
geles City Directory for 1894 the beat
tbe city has ever bad.
Corran's Los Angeles City Directory
has been published since 1887, and ia
tbe only reliable and authentic directory
of Los Angeles. This directory, under
tbe direction of thoroughly efficient and
reliable management, will be published
and printed in this city, and is entirely
a home industry. Due to its high
standard of accuracy, it is clapped with
Buch authorities as Trow's Directory of
New York, Lakeside of Chicago and
Langley'e of San Francisco.
In many of tbe large cities in which
reliable directories are established, irre
sponsible parties are constantly solicit
ing advertisements and subscriptions
for so-called directories; we respectfully
warn our patrons and the public against
these impositions, and request that
contracts be closely examined to see
that tney call for Corran's Los Angeles
City Directory. It ie unnecessary to in
dividualize.
Corran's Los Angeles City Directory
has been established in this city since
1887, and is here to stay, has merited
and received liberal patronage, for
which the management takes this op
portunity to express thanks and appre
ciation.
On file at our office, 231 West First
street, we have San Francisco, Pacini:
coast and eastern directories for the use
and convenience of our patrons.
Respectfully,
Cokran's Los Anoelks City Directory.
231 West First street.
Mr. J. F. Norman and Mr. A. E
Bruck, respectively superintendent and
chief compiler of Langley'e San Frau
cißeo Directory, have severed their con
nection with that publication, for the
purpose of locating here permanently,
and will have exclusive charge of the
work. Aa these gentlemen are the old
eat and most experienced directory men
on the coast, this will be a guarantee aa
to tne character of the work in the
future.
At the Unity club tonight Rabbi A.
Blum will give an interesting account of
ancient marriage forms and ceremonies
practiced by the ancient Hebrews. Rev.
j. C. Ftetcl:er will deliver an illustrated
lecture on Pompeiian Art, as applied to
woman, embracing a series of sketches
and 6t«reopt:c3n views of the fashions
among the women of ancient Pompeii.
Admission free.
The best and most healthful beverage
in tbe market is tbe world-renowned
Pabst beer. It has no equal. Recog
nized to be the best brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee baa
taken the first prize in all contests
against all competitors. Ask for the
Blue Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit
company, sole agents for Southern
California, 218, 220 and 222 North Los
Angeles street. Telephone 12.
Owing to the death of Mr. Godfrey the
entire stock of merchant tailoring goods,
fixtures and good will of trade at No.
11!) West First street are offered for sale.
Meanwhile goods will be made to order
or sold by the yard. Nice line of goods
suitable for ladies' cloaks. Must be
closed out at once for what they will
bring. Those owing accounts' please
settle at once. The trade invited. J.
L. Patterson, agent.
The grand excursion to Mt. Lowe and
the concert and ball at Hotel Rubio
given under the auspices of L. A. Tent
No. 2, K. O. T. M. has not been post
poned, but will positively taka place to
day. Should the weather be unfavora
ble all tickets sold will be honored at
some future date. A grand time is
assured all who attend. By order of
committee.
"But O! for the touch of a vanished hand.
And the sound of a voice that is still."
The above quotation irom Tennyson's
poem, Break, Break, Break, is the re
marque proof on Frank Dickeee's etch
ing entitled Memories, and is displayed
for this week in the window of Sanborn.
Vail & Co.
The best bedroom and parlor sets in
tho city are obtained at Wcodham &
Co.'s, 324 South Spring street. Inspect
their elegant line of goods at once aud
you will see something you need, ior
everything is so cheap.
Go to Ebinger's restaurant; best
French dinner and order house in the
city. Everything first-claaa. Attentive
white waitera. No Chineae employed.
Don't forget tbe place, southwest corner
Third and Spring.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical cases and all dieeaees of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5.
Telephone 1227.
"Why, Mamie, where did you get that
beautiful lounge? It ie a daisy." "I
got it at Woodham & Co.'s, 324 South
Spring Btreet," Ehe replied, and such is
tbe universal opinion of all who patron
ize Woodham.
Woodham & Co., 324 South Spring
street, is Balling more furniture than
any other furniture bouse in Los An
geles, simply because they liave the
Uneßt line of goods in the city for the
least money.
lloreea and mules for sale by the Los
Angeles Consolidated Electric Railway
company (cable diviaiou.) Apply at
office, corner Grand avenue and Seventh
street.
The ladies of tbe G. A. R. will hold a
box social Friday evening, October 27tb,
at the residence of Mrs. Elmira Gray,
No. 305 Well street, East Los Angeles.
Public cordially invited.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at bhe 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,
the Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
For pure Sonoma, Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Flenr's, 404-406, N. Lob Angeles st. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel., 224.
Littleboy'a 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 the Hammam baths. 230 South Main
Btreet, Los Angeles.
Finest $3.50 cabinet photos reduced to
$1.75 per dozen. Cheapest and best in
the city. Sunbeam art parlors, 236 and
238 S. Main street.
Adams Bros., dentists, 230 South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex- I
tracting. The best sets of teeth from $6
to $10.
Dr.McCoy,Eye,Ear,Throat,Bryson bk.
SOWERKROWT. ZZSE&Z
LOST ANGELES HEKALPi WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25. 1393.
ABOVE THE CLOUDS.
CHICAGO CAPITALISTS MAKE THE
ASCENT OF MT. LOWE.
A Delightful Trip Yesterday by a Party/
of Notables—The Names of the
Participants —An Appre
ciative Address.
The quiet precincts of the Altadena
junction with Mt. Lowe railway were
startled yeßterday noon by the advent
among their orange groves of the mag
nificent Southern Pacific palace car
"Prague," the first tbat ever rolled up
to that station. Tbe S3 occupants wbo
emerged from its upholstered apart
ments were bound for a trip over the
Mt. Lowe railway.
They consisted largely of a Chicago
party of gentlemen and ladies and their
friends, who have been investing in the
new Riverside enterprise known as
Lakeview, eight miles northeast of Per
ris. The tract comprises about 10,000
acres, lies on a gentle slope, at a suita
ble altitude for the best development of
oranges and lemons.
The company controls its own irriga
tion system, which consists of an abund
ant supply of water from artesian wells.
Having witnessed the splendid results
at liivereide, Kedlands and other points
where water has transformed the desert
into orange orchards and happy homes,
these sensible and far-seeing Chicago
tourists have determined to duplicate
those results.
Among these founders of the new
Riverside colony were a few friends from
other localities in trie east,.and they
were accompanied by li. C. We%ster and
other Pasadena and Southern California
friends.
Geo. E, Guenter, Dr. J. M. Lackey,
Mrs. E. L. Peterson, W. J. Martin, jr.,
Geo. W. Gehlbach, VV. C. Luce. Thomas
Mitchell, A. O. D'Arcy, C. F. Hunting,
Mre. M. S. Lee, and H. P. Churchill
were from Chicago; Geo. J. Monroe from
Joliet. 111., Dr. J. A. Bell, Naperville,
111,: A. Clifford Brown, Brooklyn, N. V.;
J. \V. Rogers, Downer's Grove, 111.; Mrs.
•X. K. Miller, Washington, D. C.; E. C.
Webster and wife, T, P. Lukens, Mies
Florence Kaliock and Miss Myra Blanch
ard, of Pußadena; i".E.Brown and wife,
Badlands; Dr. M. B. Campbell and wife,
San Bernardinoaoylum; W. C. Richards,
Elainore; Ernest Beaton, Riverside, re
cently from England; Mrs. A. S. Tomp
kins, New York; E. F. C. Klokke and
Wm. H. Knight, Los Angelee.
The party glided over the smooth
trolley road, winding through the ro
mantic Rubio cation, along the mountain
terrace, catching glimpses nor; and then
of the broad expanse of San Gabriel
valley. Upon reaching the pavilion
they at once climbed in the strange
looking, three-sectioned cars and with
a thrilling and indescribable sensation
began to mount towards tbe sky.
Arriving at the summit of Echo
mountain they visited the power house
to inspect the great winding machinery
plant, and watched with keen interest
the marvelous application of electricity
to the transmission of power over a'
cable incline, the only instance of the
kind in the world.
They then crossed over to Echo
canon, and, facing the ferny abyss 1000
deep, shouted acrosa to the crags and
beetling cliffs which tower to the low
hanging clouds wreathed about their
summits. The musical echo which
answered the call filled every eonl witb
delight; but when the rifle was fired
and awoke the slumbering echoes in the
mountain fastnesses, reverberating at
first with a crash like thunder, then re
ceding and advancing and receding, and
finally dying in a tone so faint and dis
tant it seemed to proceed from tbe
Bbores of another world.
They next proceeded to the chalet, and
filling every table in the cosy dining
room, partook of and appetizing colla
tion. Mr. Webster, principal promoter
of the Lake View enterprise, did the
honors of the occasion and proposed a
suitable toast, to which Mr. H. P.
Churchill of Chicago responded in the
following well-chosen words:
"When I think of the wondrous vision
oi scenic beauty which awaits us with
out, I feel that it will be an act of an
kindness on my part to detain you here,
especially as tbe delightful repast of
which we have just partaken will enable
you to enjoy it with a keener apprecia
tion, i
From the time tbat we entered the
charmed precincts of California it has
proven to ua a land of successive and
increasingly delightful revelations, and
lone before we left Redlands, our first
stopping place,
"To the man who has made
this umivalldd panorama of
mountain, valley and ocean bo easily
and delightfully accessible, too high
praise cauuot be given, and I do not
doubt tbat his reward will be equal to
the enjoyment he baa conferred upon
mankind.
"Aud now as wo stand here upon this,
the culminating eminence of our 1 jour
ney, I cannot better express cur unani
mous sentiment than by saying that we
have aieo reached the culminating reve
lation of scenic beauty which this or any
other land can < ~'-r to mortal eyes.
Our linguistic resources have been com
pletely exhausted in our endeavor to
fully express our admiration of all we
saw, and I may truly say that from that
point to Lakeview, the goal of our jour
ney, with its charming scenic surround
ings and wonderful possibilities ol de
velopment, and thence to Riverside of
world-wide celebrity and on to Pasa
dena, tbe city of lovely homea and re
fined, progressive people, and finally to
Mt. Echo, our pathway has been liter
ally strewn with exclamation points of
wonder and delight. "To the geniua and
enterprise of Prof. Lowe."
Returning to Pasadena, the party en
tered carriages provided by Mr. Web-
Bter and were driven over Marengo,
Orange Grove and other attractive ave
nues, shaded with palm, pepper, gre
villia, umbrella and eucalyptus trees,
and caught glimpses of the beautiful
homes of its citizens and noted the nu
merous dwellings and public buildings
in course of construction, an index of
the vigorous prosperity of the town.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.
DR. J. P. TUDOR, Manager.
RUBBKR PLATKS-TJI'PKR OR LOWER:
I']?'^^^^^^^^>^'^^S j m»m( First Grade, $3.00. Second Grade, $6.50.
Third Grade, $5.00,
t^ Cement Filling! sdt to 7Bc
Aluminum Plate« $10.00 to $15.00 Teeth extracted for i!sc,
Porcelain Crowns. 2.60 to 3.00 Painless extraction by any anaesthetic de-
Gold Crowns 5.00 to 7.00 sired.
Cold Fillings From $1.50 up. The administration of gas a specialty.
Sliver or Amalgam Fillings... 50c to 1,00 All work guaranteed.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO., Ho - "SJsSt&ft*
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Baking
ABSOIJLiTELY PURE
MEMORANDA
Owing to the weather yesterday the
Maccabee excursion to the Hotel Kubio
and Echo mountain has been postponed.
All parties holding tickets will have
them honored on Thursday the 2bth.
when the second attempt will be made
to carry out the enjoyable trip. A great
many people were disapoointed yester
day, but if the weather permits the af
fair will come off tomorrow. An enjoy
able time will he assured, the atfair to
wind up with a grand ball and concert
at Hotel Rubio in the evening.
E. G. Taylor and A. R. Greening have
formed a copartnership and have offices
at 214 North Spring Btreet, where they
will conduct a real estate and Insurance
business. Both young gentlemen are
well and iavorably known in this com
munity.
Madame de Camor, who occupies
rooms 10 and 11 at the HoJleubeck,
thanks her frieuds lor the kind patron
age which they have given her in the
past, and trusts, thai it will be the same
in the future, as she always gives satis
faction or no pay.
Lowinsky, the violinist, Miss Knthor
ine Kimball, Dr. Semler, A. it Stumm,
C. S. De Lano aud other popular musi
cians takd part in a well arranged pro
gramme at the opening concert of the
Y. M. C. A. course, Monday, October
30th.
Public gallery at Sanborn, Yale &
Co.'c, where a full line of pictures,
framed and untrained, can be seen at all
times. All tbe new things in pictures
and the latest novelties in framing.
Headouarterß for art materials.
Mme. Da Barry's hair dressing and
manicuring parlors, 212.. S. Broadway;
also a select line of French toilet prep
arations for the complexion. Ladies,
call and see latest to eradicate wrinkles.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located
in the Bryson block. Residence, Baker
block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. Sun
days and evenings by appointment. Of
fice telephone, 1156; residence, 1056.
. If you desire to purchase a framed pic
ture or anything in the art line, do not
fail to visit Liebtenberger's art empori
um, 107 North Main street. Endiess
variety and loweßt price*.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, the best wear and tho lowest prices
at the cheapest place on earth for boots
and shoHP, 113 East First, between Main
and Los Angelee streets.
Dr. J. E. Cowles, residence, Pacific
Sanitarium, Pico and Hope streets; tel
ephone, 13S. Office, VVileon block, First
and Soiing etreets; telephone, 10 to
12 a. in., 3 to 5 p. in.
We will send Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los An
geles. Call or addrees 128 South Main
street.
Dr. Joseph Knrtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeon-., have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Doctors Worthington and Stoner have
removed to 222! 2 N. Main street, over
First National hank. Telephone 715.
Dr. A. Z. Ynlla, 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. Ordera promptly attended to.
Dr. K.D. Wiee.ioffice 226 South Spring
Btreet. Office hours from Btolo a. m.
and 2t05 p. in. Telephone 346.
Pianoß for eale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Angeles street.
Dr. M. Hilton Williams, head, throat
and chest diseases. Office, 137 South
Broadway.
Robert Sharp & Co.. funeral directors
(independent), 536 S.Spring et.; te1.1029.
Banjos, guitars and mandolins at Ex
ton & Cist's, 320 South Spring street.
Buy the Whitney make of trunk, 344
North Main street.
Insure with A. C. Gohih, 147 South
Broadway.
Campbell's special notice, See add.
Tbe Unity club tonight.
What a Lovely Meal
You can obtain at the Library lunch
parlor, 240 South Broadway, next to the
city ball. Splendid warm meala from
noon to 5 p. m., daily.
Mount Lowe Railway.
Wonderfully clear view since tbe rain—
of San Gabriel valley .ocean and islands—
from Echo mountain. See time card.
For a good table wine .order our Sonoma
ZinfandelatoOcpergal. T. Vache&Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Howry & Breaee, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
GABELtwLt
413 s. spring st.,
Just Below Fourth.
NEWSPAPER DEAD BEATS.
They will Urn Kxpoa, d Hereaftor—A
Propoaed Newepajper Uolnn.
Several newspaper mon have called at'
the Hcbai.d office recent!} to compla'n
of the dead fonts the papers of Southern
California sutler from. Xhe case seems
to be that among a certain class to im
pose on a newspaper is considered an
excellent joke. There are all classes,
from the imperuniouß individual who
subscribes for a paper without the
slightest intention of paying for it, to
the slick and more accomplished person,
the pet of the churches and secret soci
eties of bis neighborhood, who embezzles
money entrusted to him a« effectually
rts the worßt criminal in San Quent'n,
Eant up for robbery.
It ia an old story that the law don't
always reach these cases. It don't fail
to reach the caße of the wretch who
steals a few pounds of lead or iron or
who haa no friends or money. There
ia a procession of unfortunates goes out
of Loa Angeles city prison every morn
ing adorned with balls and chains. The
offenses committed by the newspaper
dead beats are really more heiuouu than
anything the tramps commit.
It is suggested that tbe newspapers
form a union and without further no
tice expose the class that habitually
piey upon newspapers. With a gen
eral passing around of the records of
the slick sharpers that tutix agencies
and fail to pay for papers; who receive
newspapers from the l.osU'lice, or the
carriers, and fail to pay ; who send in
advertisements and make contracts only
to break their agreement, the class
named will diminish in tbe Pacific
states and territories. A plain state
ment showing up tbe dead beat class
will rid the coast of some of its most
undesirable etPzena.
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DOCTOR
WHITE'S
PRIVATE
DISPENSARY,
128 kobth ST.
LOS ANGELES, (,'ALIK
I ESTABLISHED 1886.]
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
itemiuat weakness, impoteacy, etc, resulting
from youthful indiscretion, excesses in ma
tured years and other causes, inducing some
of the following symptoms, as dizziness, oon
fuslon of Ideas, defective memory, avor
alon to society, blotches, emissions, ex
halations, varicocele, etc., are permanently
cuted.
UKINAKY, KIDNWY and BtADBER
troubles, weak oack, incontinence, gonorrhoea,
gleet, stricture, and all unnatural discharges
are quickly and perfectly cured.
SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS,
causing ulors, -eruptions, enlarged joints,
rheumatism, swelling in g Mas, mucous
patches In month, sore tnroat, falling hair,
catarrh and many other symptoms, are qnickly
removed and all poison thorough,y and per
manently eradicated from tbe system, by
purely vegetable treatment.
«sjr~TKSATHCNT at ofDce or by express. All
letters strictly confidential.
CAUTION!
Tramp doctors, patent medicine fakirs and
refugee doctors from eastern justice ar* con
stantly starting bogus Medical institutes (?j to
deceive strangers visiting the city. These pre
tenders usually open offices (?) in cheap lodg
ing houses, lemain ft few weeks, rob their pa
tients, swindle the landlord out of his rent,
aud leave the city between two suds. Beware
of such, scoundrels and their "cappers." Hep
utable physicians are never ashamed to use
their own name. Dr. White's Dispensary is
the on'y established Medical Institution for
the treatment ol Special Diseases of Men In
Los Angeiea.
P. M. WHITE, H. ft,
Established 1886. Proprietor.
188 N. MAIN ST,
VILLE -§l PARIS
Branch of San Francisao House.
In Our New Broadway Store in the POTOMAC BLOCK we
make a seasonable offering of
UMBRELLAS!
We have these Umbrellas in sizes large and small, and in
qualities, as follows:
Black Gloria Silk, each $i 50
Superior Quality do each 2 25
Plain Black Silk 3 00
Colored Silk, new style 4 00
Our consignment of the above Umbrellas has just been
opened. The styles of handles will be found quite artistic, and
our patrons will be pleased with the line finish of the workman
ship of these imported goods.
NOTE.—In WINDSOR TIES we have a choice collection
in Crepe and Fancy Colored Silks at 2 5 CENTS and up.
VILLE DE PARIS,
Q. VERDIER & CO..
223 S. BROAPWAV.
ESTABLISHED 1880.
H.J.WOOLLACOTT,
IMPORTER AND EXPORTER OF
FINE LIQUORS
Bass Ale, Guinness' Stout, Cordials, Cognac & Fine Wines.
I make a specialty of pure liquors, especially for family
and medicinal use. Wholesale distributor of the following
liquors, sold at the lowest market quotations :
Dnfry'B Halt Whiskey, Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer,
Mellwood Whiskey, Bass & Co.'s Pale Ale,
Old Taylor Whiskey, Guinness' Stout,
Londonderry Lithia Water, Delbeck, Ponunery,
Buffalo Lithia Water, Mamm, Clicquot,
White Rock Waukesha Water, Monopole and
Apollinaris Water, Perrier .lonet Champagues,
French and Italian Vermouth. Canadian Club Whiskey.
Pure California Wines put up In casea ready for shipping to all parts of the
East, a suitable present to send to your friends. Visitors cordially invited to call
and inspect the vintages.
Liquor Dealers and Druggists will find it to their interest to obtain my quota
tions before making put chases.
Special attention paid ts the Hotel and Restaurant trade in pure Californii
Clarets, Zinfandel, Sauterne, Riesling, etc.
Direct Importations. Latest Arrivals Ex Rail.
Just received ex ship city oi Glasgow, via 500 oaies Dufly'e Malt Whiskey.
San nlogo, frum London, i '-'< ™«. » Baa* & Co.'s 75 cases Johann Hnfl's Malt
Pale Ale, pints and quarts, and Qulnne**' bub- 50 ca<ea I omiond rry Lithia Water,
lin Stout 40 canon Huff alo Lithia Water.
Xx iDlpOtlon, via New Orleans, 35 casei as- 25 na»ei H Bert's Sau erne,
sorted cordials from E. Cuscnier lll> aloe & Cse. 25 csboS Fernod Absin:ho.
France, consisting ol Anisette. Creme de Men- 80 cases Befhesda—hail gallons, pints an»\
the. Curacao, Creme de Boxes, Creine de Moka, quarts.
MarUchlno, Chartreusse, Benedictine, etc. 100 bbls Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer.
A 15034 cases C. &W. Stewart's Scotch Wbls- 20 cases Jackson's Napa Bods, pints and
key, from Aberdeen, Scotland, quarts.
Free delivery to all parts of the city. I will deliver to any part of Southern
California one gallon H. J. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, suitable for family
use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $4, Address all orders to
124 and 126 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
TELEPHONE 44. 3m SEE MARKET QUOTATIONS.
REMOVAL. OF
j. partridge,
FASHIONABLE TAILOR
"TO 128 W. SECOND ST.
«)j ' Where he will be pleased to moet all customers.
w^fj^J^f^J^-'A Jnst Received, a Large Stock of
' - " ■ Fall and Winter Goods.
~"~ 128 W. SECOND BT., NEAR SPBIN3 ST. 8-15 6ra
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL,
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices.
HANCOCK BANNING,
j'els. 36 and 1047. 8-iatt 130 Wfßt Second Street.
IMPORTING GROCER, 136 % 138 S. Spring
7-25 ly
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