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Weather Bnrean.
.teportof observations taken at Los Aogelcj,
Oct. 37. 1898:
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Max!men. temperature, SB.
Minimum tempemnrn, 55.
Rainfall for past "4 hours, .00.
Bainfsll lor season, .15,
Forecast for Southern Ca'ifirnla: Fair
weather, slightly cooler Friday; variable winds,
becoming westerly.
The Mystic String club will give a so
cial bop Saturday evening at the Illi
nois hall.
The Escondido Gold Mining company
filled a notice yesterday in the county
clerk's office of the change of their
piece of business from San Diego to Lcb
There will be a game of ametuer base
ball Sunday afternoon between tne
Greys and Morley's aggregation, at the
jcorner of Fourth and Alameda streets.
Game will be called at 2:30.
A. marriage license was issued yester
day to Frederick Godde, aired 30, a na
tive of Germany and resident of Lancas
ter, and Mary Weber, aged 25, a native
cf Switzerland and resident of Los An
The masonry work on the ontfsll
sewer will be completed within 20 days, j
The wooden-pipe work is progressing I
very satisfactorily, while the entire pec- I
tion of cast iron will be finished within
• week.
There is exhibited at tho chamber of
commerce now a handsome inlaid wood
table. It is composed of 150 varieties
both of foreign and domestic wood? and ;
is a credit to tbe maker, Mr. R. N.
Martin of this city.
John Gill was robbed on Thursday
Bight of a watch and some small change, |
•nd was badly beaten into the bargain j
by three men. The robbery occurred |
near the viaduct, and aa yet there is no '•
clue as to the identity of the thieves.
Desmond's $2.50 stiff and eoft hate
look just what they are, tbe best values
and tbe latest styles of the season ; and
in the line of men's furnishings, don't
look elsewhere for what's only to be
found in the Bryson block at Desmond's.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the office of the Western Union Tele
graph company, corner of Main and
Court streets,"October 27th, 1893, fori
Mrs. C. Donnelly, Edward Bryens, H. ,
H. Bartlett. M. D., Louisa Watta, W. D. !
Byram, S. H. Volnin.
Mra. C. Galpin of Loomis street bad s
a narrow escape from the cable cars at
Firat and Spring streets yesterday. She
WM crossing the street, and not seeing :
tbe Downey avenue car whirling around 1
into Spring etreet, stepped in front of it.
Officer Walker fortunately had seen ber
and barely drew her from the track ere
the dummy would have struck her.
Tomorrow evening the choir of Simp
ion tabernacle propose giving a praise
service and sacred concert, surpassing
their previous excellent efforts. Among
tbe soloists on tbat occasion are to be
Miss Grace Remington Davis, soprano,
from New York, a pupil of Sig. Achille
Errani and Mme. Mnrio Colli; Miss Or
rilla Donnell, Elizabeth H. Kimball,
Adell O'Metmeny, Mrs. Goodwin, H. S. i
Williams, F. E. Nay, Prof. Fisher and \
others. Admission free. Everyone
welcome. A silver collection will be
asked to cover tbe expenses.
For Santa Catallna Inland.
Steamer sails from San Pedro every
Saturday, connecting with morning
trains from Los Angeles; returning;
Monday following. Wilmington Traos.
Co., 130 West Second street.
The Beet Onrar Factory at Chlno
Will be open for inspection on Tuesday,
October 31st. To reach the same take
the grand excursion train which leaves
the Arcade station on Tuesday, October
31st, at 9:30 o'clock a. m. It will be a j
fine opportunity for a day's outing, and
the expense only $1 (including a colla
tion for the round trip. Hasten, Eld
rulge & Co. will also sell 1000 acres of j
the choice Chino ranch land from under
their big tent.
Mozart's Millinery.
Ladies are well aware tbat Mozart'e
millinery has been the moßt popular
millinery in Los Angelea, and it iB an
indisputable fact tbat tbeir successor, |
Haker, now at 257 South Spring street, |
corner Third, carries a much larger and
newer stock at even more popular prices.
Call on us and be convinced of this, as
we are only too pleased to show cur
stock, even when you don't buy.
World's Fair Columbian Kdltlon Illus
trated Heialci.
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, ia now on sale by
all the newsdealers and at tbe Herald
business office. It contains 48 pages of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustrations. Aa a publico
tion to eend to eastern friends it iias
never been equalled. Price 15 cents in
VI 5 Howard.
Off & Vaughn, dtuggißts, 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 If.
Itulk Oysters,
Fresh frozen, constantly on hand, 65
cents a quart; cans 00 cents. Call and
be convinced that we have the beat
oyaters in town.
Howry & Bresee, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
East India Herb Tea Cures
Constipation, biliousness and headache,
cleanses the bjstem, stimulates the liver aim
kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample free. H. M, HALE i SON, agents,
'120 South Spring street.
A. B. Chapman
Bells }J>e Qlenwood ranges and Richmond
ranges, tbe two beat stoves in America. House
bold goods a specialty. 411 S. Spring St.
The Only Kevley Institute
in South, m California is at Riverside. The
Lot Angeles office Is at rouins O* aud 05, New j
Wilson block.
J. v. Cunningham,
Manufacturer au<l dialer in tnmks and travel
ing Dags, 230 S. Spring St. Tel. 81H.
If You Nem! a Truss
Csllat Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed.
Dr. I». S. Dlffaubaeher, Denl.at,
1191s. 8. Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
?%oenvelopes, 50c; Vi rtn writing paper, 25c.
Laugstadter, 214 vV. Second, tfcllenbuck hole!
SoWEEKlioW^ o t ! tMa:^:
Tho best and most healthful beverage
in tbe market is the world-renowned
Pabst beer. It lias no equal. Recog
nized to be the best brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee has ;
t ken the first prize in all contests
Against all competitors. Ask for the
Blue Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit
company, sole agents for Southern
1 California, 218, 220 and 222 North Los
Angeles street. Telephone 12.
When you pass 324 South Spring
street, you will surely buy a line ol fur- '
niturefrom Woodham, for lie is selling
at prices that defy competition. Just
meander into hie store and inspect his
excellent stock, au;i get his prices and
yen will not go elsewhere.
Three dolla'S and fifty cents for the 1
round trip Saturday and Sunday to San
! Diego over tbe surf line of the Southern
, California railway (Santa Fe route).
Tickets good returning Monday. Trains
i leave La Grande station at 8:15 a. m.
, and 4 :30 p. m.
Crockery, glassware, lamps, plain and i
decorated china to suit tne insssrn at '
Parrnelee's. Our new stock is simnlv
immense, and our prices are right. Our
goods advertise themeelves; come and
Bee them ; 232-234 S. Spring street.
Go to lObinger's restaurant: best
French dinner and order house in the ,
city. Everything firßt-class. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
; Don't forgot the place, southwest corner
Third nnd Spring.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 South
Spring etreet. Special attention given
to obstetrical cases and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5.
, Telephone 1227. 1
I Mme. Dv Barry's hair dressing and
! manlcorlng pnrlorß, 242* c S. Broadway;
: also a select line of French toilet prep
f arations ior the complexion. Ladies, ,
i call aud see laUst to eradicate wrinkles.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy ia now located i
■in the Brveon tjlock. Residence, Baker
block. Office hours, 11 :30 to 3:30. Bon*
1 days and evenings by appointment. Of
| iice telephone, 1156; residence, 1056.
If you desire to purchase a framed pic
ture or anything in tbe art line, do not
fail to visit Lichtenberger'a art empori
um, 107 North Main etreet. Endiesß
; variety and lowest prices.
Children's pchool shoes, the largest
stock, the best wear and the lowest prices
at the cheapest, place on earth for hootß
I and shoes, 118 East First, between Main
: and Los Angeles streets.
Dr. J. E. Cowles, residence, Pacific
\ Sanitarium, Pico and iloob, streets ; tel
' epbone, 138. Office, Wilson block, First
and Soring streets; telephone, 883; 10to
; 12 n. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
There will be preaching morning and
evening at f T nion hall, Seventeenth and
1 Grand avenue, by F. A. Wr'ght. Sub
j ject lor the evening: Mary, the Virgin i
| Mother.
Horses and mules for sale by the Los ;
[ Angeles Consolidated Electric Railway 1
' company (cable division.) Apply at
! office, corner Grand avenue and Seventh
| street.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
i kinds of old silver at the silversmith's i
: and draw out new spoons, forks, etc. 1
Always open. Basement Times building.
For pure Sonoma, Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at E.
Fleur's, 404-406, N. Los Angeles st. East
> crn shipments a specialty. Tel., 224.
Littleboy'a pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
tilled. No. 311 South Spring street.
Elßinore hot springs and hotel. Full
I particulars regarding tbis famous resort
at the Hammam bathß. 230 South Main j
street, Los Angeles.
Finest $3.50 cabinet photos reduced to
I $1.75 per dozen. Cheapest and best in
1 the city. Sunbeam art parlors, 236 and
: 238 S, Main street.
Don't pay $45 for a Kerßey overcoat
1 when you can get the same from Joe
| Poheiro, the tailor, for $25. 143 S.
I Spring street.
Hugh E. Smith will speak at the Y.
iM. O. A., 209 South Broadway, at 3
o'clock tomorrow. All young men are
| invited.
j Adams Bros., dentists, 239 1 2 South
i Spring street. Painless rilling and ex
tracting. The best setß of teeth from $6
, to $10.
We will Bend Advance sewing ma
-1 chines on trial to any lady in Los An
j geles. Call or address 128 South Main
Dr. Joseph Kurtz, and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A.Z, Valla, physician aud eurgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 281.
For the choicest kind of meats, call
■on Louis Streuber, 13s N. Main st.; tel.
i 160. Orders promptly attended to.
Dr. K. D. Wise,[office 226 South Spring
street. Ofllce honrs from Btolo a. m.
and 2t05 p. m. Telephone 346.
Try a pair of Nelson shoes for com
fort and durability. M. P. Snyder, sole
; agent, 222 South Spring street.
Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re- 1
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 Soutli Los
I Angeles atreet.
! Dr. M. Hiltou Williams, head, throat
and chest dieeaaea. Office, 137 South
I M. P. Snyder's, 222 South Spring '
! street, is the beet and cheapest plato tv ;
' buy shoe a.
I Dr. G. A. Schelling has removed office
and residence to 139 N. Spring st. Jot.
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent), 536 S. Spring at.; tel. 10211.
Contest for the hotel name closes to
day. Hannah Webb, 101 Btoadway.
Banjos, guitars and mandolins at Ex
ton & Cist's, 329 South Spring Btreet.
Buy your shoes at M. P. Sayder'a, 222
South Spring street.
Buy the Whitney make of trunk, 341
1 North Main atreet.
i Elegant ctock of new rich (ut glaBS at
Insure with A. C. Golah, 147 South
Campbell'a Mexican display, 325 8.
Dr.McCoy,Eye,Ear,Throat,Bryßon bk.
Gas fixtures at Parrnelee's.
Sugar, Sugar.
The great beet eugar tsctory wi 1 be
i open to the public on Tuesday, October
j 31st. This immense factory lOuaotnsi
I 1000 tons of beets every 24 hours, and ia
j a sight woith viewing. Easton, Eld
ridge ci Co. will run an excursion on
Tuesday, Octooer 31st, to the town of
Chino, where tbis great factory is lo
cated, leaving Les Angeles from the
Arcade depot at 9:30 o'clock a. m.
Round trip tickets only $1.
For agood table wine.orderourSonoma
Zinfandel at 50c per crl. T. VacheeiCo.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis
sewing machines. i>op postal card to
128 South Main street.
The Opening of Castelar Street-Street
Hull way Tracks Ordered Removed.
Bids to Ho Awarded for
Street Work.
The board of public works mat yester
day and transacted the following busi
ness for presentation to the council
In the matter of petition from W. 11.
! Workman and another asking for a street
railway on Cnmuiinga and Sixth streets,
and Boyle avenue to Stevenson aveune,
! the board recommended that the petition
|be granted nnd the city attorney in
: strutted to draft aud present tiie neces
j sary ordinauce and notice calling for pro
! posals for the purchase of said franchise.
1 The franchise must contain nc'ausethat
work must be commouced within four
uionthß from the passage of too ordin
ance and ha completed within one year
| In the matter of petition from W. B.
Bosbvsbell et nt asking that a cement
sidewalk be constructed six feet wide on
botli Hides of Seventh street ironi B.xei
to Pear! elraets, recommended mat the
petition lie granted, antl the city en-
I gineer prepare and present ordinance of
in eut.oe.
in the matter of petition from Caro
lina Winston eta., asking that Carroll
; avenue, between Douglas stroet aud a
1 point 4(r» leet west ot said street, be
j graded to conform to the established
grade, work to be done according to
I special specifications providing for tbe
use of tne redwood curb at present on
; ihe street, recommended that the petl
; tion be granted aud tne city engineer
instructed to present ordinance of in
; ten tion and necessary epecibcations for
Ia tho matter of petition from H. J.
Hilton et al., asking council to change
j and establish the grade of Burlington
; avenue, between Arnold and xVlarylaud
! streetß, in accoidance with grade cci
I forth in petition, the board recom
mended that the same be referred to the
city engineer to report whether this,
together witti petitions asking for the
change, heretofore referred to him. rep
resent a majority of the frontage along
l the line of tne street where it ia proposed
to change the grade.
In tho matter of petition from Wil
liam Wfifht et al., property owners on
Washington street between Flower aud
Main street?, asking tbat the tracks of
; the Main Street and Agricultural Park
Railway company be ordered removed
from Washington street, recommended
I that tbe street superintendent be in
j structed to notify the said company to
remove eaid tracks forthwith.
Iv tile matter of pet'tion from A. B.
1 Greenwald et al , asking that ordinance
; No. 1642 relating to sign posts and pro
; viding tbat all sign posts must have
) tneieon an electric light, of not less
than 2 :00 ci ndle power, be amended c .
. as to exempt from tbe provisions ot said
\ ordinance, all sign posts erected before
the passage thereof, recommended that
the petition be granted, and the city
attorney be instructed to prepare and
present a new ordinance in accord
ance therewith.
in the matter of the petition from F.
W. Burnett et al, asking Uiat a six-foot
cement sidewalk be ordered laid on the
east tide of Beacon street, between Sev
; entb and Eighth streets, recommended
' tbat the petition be granted and the
; city engineer instructed to present an
ordinance of intention.
In the matter oi the opening of
Castelar street, from Rock street into
: Bellevue avenue, we recommend that
the ordinauce of intention as presented
!by tbis board be placed upon its pas
Recommended that the city engineer
i :,., ..r- and preeent the necessary
specifications for the construction of a
brick culvert on First street, between
1 Alvarado street and Ros°mont avenue,
under what is known aa the ' Donegan
Recommended that the city engineer
present an ordinance of intention to
i grade, gravel and curb Centennial
etreet, between Alpine street and Belle
vue avenue.
Recommend that the street superin
tendent be instructed to construct the
iollowing crocs walks: Acrosß Hope
; street or tho soutli side of Twenty
! third street; across Hope street on the
north Bide of Thirtieth street; across
Flower streei on the north Bide of Thir
tieth street : from the west Bide of Grand
I avenue to the car track on the north
: Bide oi Twenty-second street; from the
south side of Washington street to car
I track on east, side of Hatrella avenue.
, In tbe mat ter of the proposals to im
j prove Burlington avenue between the
I north line of First street and the south
i line of Temple street, recommended
' that the proposal of D. F. Donegan for
j the work complete for the sum of $3850
I be accepted aud the resolution of award
1 adopted.
Iv the matter of the proposals to im
prove the intersection of Washington
and Figueroa atreeta, recommended that
i the proposal oi A. M. Austin at
; cents persquare foot for bi'.urainonß pav
ing, 29' 4 cents per square foot for gran
ite blocks, and 50 cents per lineal foot
for curb, and $1.60 per lineal foot for
i sewer complete, be accepted, und the
| resolution of award adopted.
In the matter of the proposals to re
i move esrlh from Main street, between
X'ourteenth and Pico atreeta, to bring
i -.me to grade according to profile in the
office of the city engineers, recommended
that the proposal of D. F. Donegan for
i $190 for the work complete be accepted,
j and the city attorney instructed to pre
pare and preeent the necessary contract
! and bond for doing said work.
When Nature
Needs assistance, it may be beßt to ren
der it promptly, but one should remem
ber to use even the most perfect rem
-1 edies only 'vhen needed. The best and
[ most simple and gentle fomedy is the
| Syrup of Figs, manufactured by tbe
! California Fig Syrup Co.
DR. J- P- TUDOR, Manager.
M* First Grade, *3.«* Kacond Grade, *«.50.
r^^^t^ Thlrd Grade ' * 5 ' °°'
Cement Fillings 50c to 75c
Aluminum Plates $' " 00 to $15.00 Teeth extracted for 2"c.
Porcelain Crowns. J.ftti to a.on Painless extraction by any anaesthetic de
void <;rowus 5.00 to 7.00 sired.
Gold Fillings From $1.50 up The administration of gas a specialty.
silver or Amalgam Killings... -50c io 1.00 tWWi worn guarantied
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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Cases on Trial y».'-nUy-N«w Holts
In Judge Shaw's coiiit yesterday judg
ment of foreclosure without deficiency
was granted in the ea»e of Mnßean et al.
vs. Mathews et al. tor $2503 72.
In accordance with a favorable report
by the examining committee Judge
Clark yesterday admitted O. H. Jones
to practice.
In Judje Clark's court yesterday a
motion to set a«ide the decree of distri
bution in the John D. Walker esta'e,
was made on behalf of the contestant
Juana Walker, by Barclay Henley of
San Francisco and Ben G.odrich, and
rive days wat granted tor reply brief.
Poilirio Koinero, tlHicted with the
hallucination that he hrd bottled up
the Devil, and that people were pump
ing wind into bitn by machinery, waa
committed to the Highland insane asy
lum yesterday tiy Jodie Vau l>/kt.
Sheriff Cline was appointed by Judge
McKinley yesterday assignee of W.
Meiizies, and the bond was fixed at $100.
Mrs. Maggie J. Smith wss granted a
divorce yesterday from F. M. Smith by
Judge McKinley, on tbe ground of de
sertion aud non-support. She was alro
granted permission to resume ber former
uame, tfaviug been Mrs. Brown before
Bbo married Mr. Smith.
'Ihe oaee of the city of Los Angeles ye.
the Crystal Spring Water company was
continued by Judge Van Dyke yesterday
until November 7th, to be reset for trial.
Charley Fook most Bcek elsewhere ior
tbe men who robbed him at Vernon
last August. William and Martin De
vine and Glide Sheets, who have been
on trial for three days charged witti the
crime, were last uightacquitted and dis
charged from custody. The case was
given to tbe jury at 5 o'clock, and they
agreed upon a verdict about it o'clock.
Preliminary papers were tiled j eater
day in the iollowing new superior court
L. ii. Parker va. Geo E. Sard, et al.
Suit for foreclosure for $5000.
i'etition by James Cattruccio for let
ters of administration on the eatete of
Pietro C« c truccto, the estate being
valued at $300.
Tbos. E. Metcalf VS. N. P. Campbell
and I). A Campbell. Suit to quiet the
title to lot 1 of O'Neil'a subdivision oi
pan of lot 7, blocs 37, Hancock's sur
firand ttxriirslou.
Li-ton, Eldridge & Co. will run to
the important town ol China a grand ex
cursion, bat ing ihe Arcade depot on
Tuesday, October 31st, at 9:30 o'clock a.
m. '1 lie beet BUgar factory will be open
for inspection and 1000 acres of the
choicest land, adjoining the town, will
be eoid at auction.
What a Lovely Meal
You can obtain at the. Library lunch
parlor, V4t> -outb Broadsray, next to the
city hull, splendid warm meals from
noon to 5 p. m„ daily.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. B. Secrard, heuv r;T. F. Car
hurt, J ft. Larhftrt, Burrank; Mi. and Mrs. S.
R. S;e ley. Pittst>ui?i>: W. 11. Ly jn, Chicago:
A. 7. Mcrhaie, a. t'. blevens, Joii. l.eurleu, (J.
W. Berry, '. Mey.-rst.-in. K. b. Elder. 0. Eitkcu,
A. Gruhn, 11 Taussig, F. A. brown. It U.
Green. San s'rancisco; J. A. Donovan, Flagstaff;
Miss M B Martin. New York: Mifcs Dlckinroo,
Mit-s liowd. Fairport, New V* rk: J. S. Calkins,
Pomona: H. rowier, Pha-aix; Wm. Neltis,
Arizona, J. L. Fmith. ot. coui , W. H. Davi*,
i etroit; Mr.'uirt Mr.. J A. unoper, Ukiah;S.
M. SeelingKh i, Philadelphia; T. H. B. Chim
berlin, Ri-erside: o, J. Fearons, Kansas City:
W. E. enytut),Salt Lake City.
Wagon umhr'.'llas, summer lap dusters, Foy's
old reliab c saddlery bouse, :i 15 N. uos Auge es.
Positively cure In from thirty to sixty
days all kinds of
without Ihe ush of knife, drawing blood or de
tention from bu&iness.
Can refer interested parties to prominent Los
Angeles citizens who have been treatel by
them. Cure guaranteed.
050 S. MAIN 8T.,00R. BKVENTH,
3-7 V2tn LOS AfcQELtf.B CAL.
A Pleasant Outing of (he Maccabees on
Thursday to Kablo aud Kcbo.
One of the most successful and enjoy
able affairs of the season was that given
hv Runner Tent No. 2, K. O I. M., to
Rubio canon on Thursday. The day was
a most delightful one and the large
crowd who attended —one and all never
had a more pleasant time in their lives.
The excursion to the Hotel Rubio and
Echo mountain wiil not, eoun be forgot
The day was spent exploring the canon
and enjoying the grand view from Echo
mountain. In the evening the enjoy
ment was at its height. A grand concert
and ball taking place at the hotel and
there was no iiroit to the fun, which came
fast and furious. Among tiie numbers
ou the programme tbat captivated the
large audience was Ed. B. Webster's
original song, a parody, On the Bowery,
for which he was encored time and
again. Mr. Webster possesses a tine
voice which he used to good advantage.
Credit is due the committee for the
succe»«ful arrangements made to make
the affair such a great success. Not an
accident occurred to mar tho pleasure of I
the occasion. The committee of ar- >
rgpgetnents were composed of tbe fol- :
lowing gentlemen : Ed. B. Webster, J.
P. Simpson, I). W. Perrnar, F. B. Man
chester and W. W. Colmery.
"Hn to Cum ill Skin Dlsaasss,'
Simply apply "s,v.ivsn's Oimt-kcnt." No
Internal m diqlui required. Oarsfl tetter, :
ecrern i. Itch, at' '-rupnons on the face, hands,
nO,e, «tc, leaving the skin oiear, white and
heahhy. It* healing and curative powers
StO posses*ld by no o tier remrdy. Ask your
druggist for SwaVaa't Oistmewt. .
Klre Insurance Itatea Kedoced.
Independent of the "compact." See Basker
title. jis Nortn Alain (I.anfranco building),
Mid save money..
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(seminal weanueß-?, impoteacy, etc., resulting
from youthful indiscretion, excesses in ma
tured years and other causes, inducing s|me
of the following symptoms.as iitzz net,*, cou
ruHiun of Irtttan, <l«fectlvt> nitimory, • ver
niou to tauclAty. liiotcliwi, < mlMloov, **-
haHNtiont, varicocele, etc., are permanently
tfK,VA«y, KITiNWY nnd HI, AI>I>KR
troutjl. f, wxdk back, iucomiucium, gonorrumii,
gleet, Ktiicture, and all unnatural discharge.)
are quickly and perfectly cured.
dusiug ulc.ra, erup;io.'i3. enuirged jomta,
rheumatism, swelling in groins, mucous
jnniM in mouth, sore throat, falling hair,
catarrh aud many other symptoms, are quickly
removed aud all poison thorough y aud per
maneutlv' eradicated from the system, by
purely vegetable treatment.
jrgr-T-.KAT.Ma.sTat otSce or by express. All
letters strictly confideutl:!.
Tramp doctors, patent fakirs and
refugee doctors Iron eastern justice ar • con
tra ,11 y starting bogus Medical Institutes (?) to
deceive strainers visiting tho city. These pre
tenders uauaily open oinces f/i in cheap lodg
ing houses, lemain a few wnekx, rob their p.
tients, swindle the landlord out of his rent,
and leave he city between two tuns beware
of such s'jjundrels and men "cappers " Rep
utable physicians are nevar asoatnod to us<s
ttiolr own uatsn*. Dr. White's Dispensary is
the on y established Medical Institution for
the treatment of »i>HClal Diseases of Men in
Los Angeies.
P. M. WHITE, 11. D,,
Established li!«:t;. Proi»rietor.
Ilia N. MAIS ST.
Bass Ale, Guinness' Stout, Cordials, Cognac & Fine Wines.
I make a specialty of pure liquors, especially for family
i and medicinal use. Wholesale distributor of the following
I liquors, sold at the lowest market quotations :
Unffy's Malt Whiskey, Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer,
! Hell wood Whiskey, Pass A Co.'s Pate Ale,
Old Taylor Whiskey, Gulnuess' Stout,
i Londonderry Lit.via Water, Oelbeek, Poviniery,
Buffalo Lituia Water, Mumm, Clicuuot,
While Rock Waukesha Water, Monopole and
Apollinaris Water, Perrler Jonet Champairnes,
French and Italiau Vermouth, Canadian Club Whiskey-
Pure California Wiaes put up in cases ready for shipping to all parts of t!;»
'■ East, a suitable present to send to yonr friends. Visitors cordially invited to call
and inspect the vintages.
Liquor Dealers and Druggists will find it to their interest to obtaiii my quota
tions before making purchases.
Special attention paid to the Hotel and Restaurant trade ia pure California
! Clarets, Zinfandel, Sauterne, Riesling, etc.
Direct Importations. Latest Arrivals Ex Rail.
Just received ex sbiptitv ol Otatgow, vis f.oo cssea Dutly s Malt Whiskey
, San id ego, f rnra l.ondnu, 1120 Jases Bas< & o'o.'s 7r> esses Jonanu Hill's Malt.
Pale Ale, pints aud qvarts, and Oulnness' Dub- BO ca-es Lordoud.rry Lulu* Water.
: lm Stout 40 esses Iluffslo Lttlua Water.
fi shlpO Inn, via New Orleiu«. So cases as- •_'"> nuet B Uert's San erne.
] sorted (ordialn from E. Uuseuler file sine X-Cie, '.Ti cases Pernod Abslniho.
■ Fiance, consisting of Antaette. Crenie de Men- "80 oases Belhesda—bull gtllons, pints snr.
the. t nracao, Creme de Roses, Orouie de Mole a, -marts.
Mari.cb'uo, Chartieusse. Benedictine, etc 100 bbls Val Blati Milwaukee Beer.
Also34casesc. &W. Btewsrt's Scotch whis- 'JO cases Jackson's Nam. 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 fam ly
use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $4. Address all orders to
\2\ and 126 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
Sh> % No Oil to Handle. *
■ - yA% V~r ■? ♦ Disagreeable Odor. i
: No Danger of Explosion. %
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! INo Coal or Wood to Bring In. |
1 I No Ashes or Soot to Take Out. $
j I N ° D&ngel " ° f Fire " j
AN I Eoonoraioal. ♦
j Ready. j
457 S. BROADWAY io-nm
f * JTALBEBT j. partridge,
$V. f Where he will be pleased to mest all customers.
W^^m^kwky JuBt Received, a Large Stock of
128 W. SECOND MT., NEAR SPRIN3 ST. 8-15 dm
887-889-84.1 SOUTH BPRINO BTRBKT. i*#><a
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices.
.'els. :u\ and 101-7. 8-iau 130 \v*st. strret
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IMPORTING GROCER, 136 % 138 S. Spring
7-25 ly

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