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Weather Bureau.
Report of observations taken at I,os Angeles,
Oct. SO. 1893:
! NW' 1
I W i 5
Maximum temperature, titi
Minimum temperature, 4 '.
Forecast for Southern Oa'ffomU: Fair
weather, slightly warmer Tuesday; westtr y
Newe waß received in this city yester
day that a clocksmith, named Sam
Smith, had killed himself at Newhall
last Wednesday.
A marriage license was issued yester
day to Sam Gratis, aged 32, and I."na
Libschitz, aged 20, both natives of Kus
aia and resident* of Los Angeles.
There are undelivered terrains at
tbe Office of the Western Union Tele
graph company. corner of Main and
Court streets. October 39tb, 1883, for
A. G. McDaniel, Chas. 11. Cohen, C. F.
I. Moore, a clerk in the employ of H.
Moagrove, waa stopped early yesterday
morning on Broadway by an arintd
man and robbed of bis watch and
money. Moore notified tbe police, but
as yet no arrests bave been made.
This yonng Boston will play any base
ball club under 15 yeara of ace. Their ;
names are as follows: Enzie, c. f. J
Johnev. p. ; Frank, s. s.; Henry, c.:
Paul, Ist b.: Smile, I. f.; I'ete, r. f.;
Camming, 2d b.; Willio Maier, lid b.
Address at Hollenbeck hotel.
The first meeting for the ensuing year
of tbe Buskin Art club wae held at its
apartments in tbe Baker block yester
day. A large number of ladies were
present, the affair being in ttie nature
of a reunion. The club books were dis
tributed and the lessons were assigned :
for the meeting o! the club on Wednes
day ol next week.
Tbe committee having in charge the
organization of the associated charities,
or central board of reliei, will meet this
(Tuesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock at
Pythian hall. IIS'., South Spring etreet, .
to consummate a pian'»of organization.
It ia earnestly hoped that all who have
been invited to attend this meeting will
give it their earnest attention and sup
port. This is not tbe duty of any one
society, or of one class but of all citi—
tens interested in the welfare of the city
and of humanity. That there is much
good being done, as alto has been done
in tbe past ia true, but it is as nothing
in comparison to tbe hard work ex
pended in ita accomplishment. The
way the charity is being doled out under
present conditions, is like pouring water
through a seive, being with few excep
tions of no permanent benefit or very
little real good.
For Santa Catallna Inland.
Steamer sails from San Pedio every
Saturday, connecting with morning
trains from Los Angeles; returning
Monday following. Wilmington Trans.
Co., 130 West Second street.
Attorney W. S. Wise, a leading Perris
citizen, ia a guest of the Hollenbeck.
Frank A. Miller, tha well-known
Riversider, is in the city. He is regis
tered at the Hollenbeck.
Hon. P. 11. Mack, member of the as
sembly from Inyo county, haß been
paying Los Angeles a brief visit. He
returns home tomorrow.
When Nature
Needs assistance, it may be best to ren
der it promptly, but one should remem
ber to use even the most perfect rem
edies only *vhen needed. The beet and
most simple and gentle remedy is tbe
Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
The principality of Mr. Richard Gird,
known as the Chino ranch, is at laqt to
be opened to the public. Today, Tues
day, Oct. 31st, at 9:30 o'clock, Kaston,
Eldridge A Co. will run an excursion
train to the town of Chino, giving an op
portunity to all that desire a chance to
examine the great beet sugar factory in
full operation.
8. P. Arcade Depot. Today, Tuesday,
Uot. 31st. 9:30 a. in.,
Ib the place, time and date the Bpecial
excursion train leaves for Chino. The
eogar factory ie iv full operation and
will be open to all who go with us on
tbat day. $1 round trip, including
lunch at Chino. Full particulars at
Easton, Eldridge & Co.'s 121 South
Halk Oysters,
Fresh frozen, constantly on hand, 65
cents a quart; cans (10 cents. Call and
be convinced that we have the best
oysters in town at 214 S. Main etroet.
Mount Lowe Railway
From Kcho mountain and Mt. Lowe
above all fog—wonderfully clear view oi
San Gabriel valley, ocean, islands and
hills. See time card.
What a Lorely Meal
Yon can obtain at the Library lunch
parlor, 246 South Broadway, next to the
city hall. Splendid warm meals irom
noon to 5 p. m., daily.
For a good table wine,order our Sonoma
Ziniandelatsocpergal. T. Vaehe&Oo.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309,
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis
sewing machines. Diop poßtal card to
128 South Main street.
Fine Art Kxhlliltlon.
Lovers of art will indued be afforded a rare
trest during this week. A collection of meri
torlous pictures ha 9 been brought from the easl
and tbe number contains works of art by such
noted painters as the late H. A. Eikins, 0, Y.
Wilkins, the wonderltil wood scene artist, D.
F. Bigelow, c. J. Hasberg and others. Prof.
W.lkin. who has charge of the exhibition is a
gentlemau ol long experience as an art colla
tor, being highly recommended by the press of
the country. No ono should fail to view these
valuable oil paintings and water colors. En
trance 24« Spring street.
East India Herb Tea Cures
Conitipatlon, biliousness nnd headache,
Cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample free. H. M. SALE it SON, agents,
820 South Spring street.
A. IS. Chiipmati
Bells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond
ranges, the two best stoves ln America. House
hold goods a specialty. 414 j), Spring St.
J. V. Cunnlli£h:tin,
Manufacturer and dealer in truuksand traye I
tng Dags, 2116 t). .Spring st. Tel. -1 -.
If You Need n Truss
Call at Beckwith's pharmacy, 'JOj North Main.
A fit guaranteed.
The beat and moat healthful beverage
in tbe market ia tha world-renowned
l'abat beer. It has no equal. Recog
nized to be the beet brewed. The Pabst
Brewing company of Milwaukee haa
taken the first prize in all contests
against all competitor*. Aek for the
Blue Ribbon or FJxport. Germain Fruit
company, sole agents for Southern
California, 218, 220 and 222 North Los
Angelea street. Telephone 12.
(jo to Ebinger's restaurant; beat
French dinner and order house in the
city. Everything firet-clasa. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget tbe place, southwest corner
Third and Spring.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Doreey, 114 South
Spring etreet. Special altention given
to obstetrical cases and all diseases of
artmen and children, Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation houra 1 to 5.
Telephone 1227.
If you want to get a 50-cent meal for
25 cents go to the Cosmopolitan Dining
hali, 210 and 221 West Second street,
between Spring and Broadway, next to
• Hkbald office. Shonp A .Elliott, pro
Mme. Do Barry's hair dressing and
manicuring parlore, 21L"._, S. Broadway ;
also a eeiect line of French toilet prep
arations for the complexion. Ladies, .
call and see latest to eradicate wrinkles. '
Dr. Charles de Sstgethy is now located
in the Brylon block. Residence, Baker
liloek. Otliee hours, 11 :S0 to 3:30. Sun
days nnd evenings by appointment. Of
fice telephone, 1156; residence, 1066,
If you desire to purchase a framed pic
ture or anything in the art line, do not
tail to vtait l.ichtenberger's ait empori
um, 107 North Main street. Eudiesa
variety and lowest pricea.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, the best wear and tbe lowest prices
at the cheapest place on earth for boota
and shoes, US Eaat First, between Main
and l.oa Angeles afreets.
Dr. J. E. Cowles, residence, Pacific
Sanitarium, Pico and Hope streets; tel
ephone, 138, Office, Wilson block, lurst
and Stir;ng streets ; telephone, BS3; 10to
12 n. m., 11 to 5 p. m.
Horses and muleß for aale by the Loa
Angelea Conaolidated Electric Railway
company (cable division.) Apply at
office, corner Grand avenue and Seventh
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Alwaya open. Basement Times building.
For pure Sonoma, Ztnfandel, sweet
wines, brandies nnd whiskies call at E.
Fleur'a, 404-406, N. Los Angeles et. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel., 224.
Littleboy'e pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Pricea have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions tltere lo be
tilled. >'o. 811 South Spring ptreet.
Klsinore hot Bprings and hotel. Full
particulars regarding thia famous resort
at the Hammam baths. 230 South Main
street, Loe Angelea.
Finest $3 50 cabinet photos reduced to
f 1.75 per dozen. Cheapest and heat in
tl city. Sunbeam art parlors, 2L't> and
238 S. Main etreet.
Adams Bros., dentists, 23'J' 2 South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. The beat sets of teeth irom $6
to $10.
We will send Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Loa An
geles. Call or address 128 Soutb Main
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physioiani and eurgeoua, have removed j
their officeß to 147 South Main street.
Dr, A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office aud residence, 12(i North Main,
new McDonald block ; talephone 284.
For the choicest kind of meats, call
on Louis Streuber, 138 N. Main at.; tel.
160. Ordera promptly attended to.
Dr. K. D. Wiae,|office 226 South Spring
Btreet. Office hours from Btolo a. m.
and 2t05 p. in. Telephone 346.
Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222; liouth Loa
Angeles atreet.
Dr. M. Hilton Williams, head, throat
and cheet diseases. Office, 137 South
Robert Sharp <fc Co.. funeral directors i
(independent), 536S.Springst.; te1.1020. i
Banjos, guitars and mandolins at Ex- 1
ton & Cist's, 329 South Spring street. 1
Buy tbe Whitney make of trunk, 344 i
North Main etreet.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Campbell's Mexican display, 325 S.
Dr.McCoy,Eye,Ear.Throat,Eryeon bk.
A Kare Chance
Will be offered today, Tuesday, Oct.
3lEt, to purchase at auction ID nciee
and upwards of the famous Chino
ranch. Special excursion train leaveß
S. F. Arcade depot at '.1:30, Commercial
street 9:35. Round trip, including
lunch, $1. Full particulars at Kaoton,
Eldridge oc Co.'g, 121 South Broadway.
Offlcor Fay Surprised,
A very pleasant surprise wae given to
Officer J. E. Fay oi tbe police force last
night at his home, No. 427 Philadel
phia Btreet. It was his fortictli birth
day and the twentieth of bis nephew,
Roy Stephenson, and the douole event
was made tbe occasion of p. remem
brance by about of) friends. There were
refreshments after tbe surpnee was
over, and a most enjoyable time waa the
experience of all who were present.
Hodden Death 1
That Stabtlini; News. Bsa Lino—Tbs pub
lic is r,econiiiig accustomed to the above head*
iijp, hut nevertheless it always conveys a shoes
buddeu dea r h iv a vast majority ol cases re
suits from heartdisease, manifested hy auy one
or several of the following: symptoms: rthort
breath, palpitation, inegula'r pulse, wind tv
the stomach, pain in side, shoulder or arm. un
der left snouiaer blade, between shoulders or
in bowels, Irregular or intermittent pulse, op
pressed feeling In chest, cooking seusatiou,
weak or humrry spells, diilieult breathing,
swelling of feet or ankies, dropsy, iir. Miles
New Heart t.'ure speedily remedies all these.
Hold by C. H. Hance, 177 X. spring street, ou
a guarantee, who will give jou his elegant
book, Ircc.
hotbl t... . i
J. B. Kelter, I). W. Davis, Chicago; George
Audereon, Malabar, ladla; K. H. Thompson,
RtdondO! Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hubbard, S.
Babkard, jr., Oakland; Ii H. hill, Cleveland:
Fred I.emuu. H. A. Anderson, Boston; B. Keiu
ken,Bt. l.ouls; E. D. Goodrich, Louis Freiind.
New York: S. W. Smith. F. 11. Sadler, R U. J.
klc", Ur. and Mrs. 0. 0. Tripp, 8. G. Hoffman,
1.. Kelt ran /, A. W. Ba'.lard, San Francisco: tt. B.
Belcher. C. A, Hubert, San Diego; J. tt. Casset
bury, Mary Desio, Perm.; H. N. Deputy, Phil-
delphia; F. 11, Waite, D. D. Piescoti, AtW.%
ii. L. Waring, F. A, Miliei, Rivetslde; V,'. s-.
Wl'o, Perrts; Alex. Caskey, riauta Ana; Ed.
Meudelson, Capistrauo; H. Clark, Kansas City.
Our Home Brew.
Miner ,t Zobeleiu's Iresh Irom the
brewery, on draught lv all the p-indpnl sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Olliee aud brewery, 114 Aliso stress. Tele
phone 91.
Dr. D. 8, Diffeobaeher, Oeutist,
119;« 8. Spring street, rcoms I and 5.
350'snvelopae, r,oe; % rm writing paper, BSC.
I.augsudter, 214 W. Second, Hollenbeck hotel.
Wsgon umbrellas, simmer lap dusters, Foy's
old reliable saddlery house, :i 15 n. Los Ange os.
A Prisoner Who S»«mi to Hm Walked
Through frost liars and Stone
Walls With Little
Yesterday Jailer Oscar Maey had a
very peculiar experience.
There ie no more careful or painstak
ing official than Uncie Oscar Maey in
' the county, aud he rules tho 80 or 100
1 turbulent people in hiß charge with a
kind and yet firm hand.
But he was outwitted yesterday, and
by one of the wily Mongolians who has
not registered.
The Chinaman iitemlly effaced him
fcH, disappeared, vanished, and how lie
did it and when he did it no one knows.
Sis Chinamen were brought in from
; Verdugo the latter part of last week
upon complaints charging them with
not being lawfully in the country.
They were placed iv the county jail,
wheie I'liited States prisoners are al
! ways kept, and they wete safely lodged
in the loner tank until yesterday, when
the amusing occurrence referred to took
Tbe time for taking the Chinamen to j
the l imed Stales court tiad been set for
i yesterday a.'teruoon at tbe uauul time
for ihe convening of court.
The prisoners had not been too closely
immured in the tank, and alt of them
were present in the morning.
Shortly before the time set for their
appeurauce in court two deputy United
Slate;, marshals went up after them
ami the gang was brought out.
The jail officials looked at them and
: rubbed their eyes. Six good sized Mon
, gola had been brought into the jail, but
' only live showed up.
Mr. Maey and Billy Cline were soon
hurrying around attempting to solve
the mystery, but the more they looked
the more mysterious grew the situation.
It waa thought that prseibly the Chi
j neoe had secieted himself somewhere in
! the jail, and every nook and cranny up
and down i-tairs was searched.
The prisoner had. however, managed
■to take himself off securely and not
' even-a trace oi him could he found.
The theory finally adopted by the
jaiier was that in come Binooth manner
the prisoner had passed himself out
during tbe morning as a visitor. There
were quite ,n number of people at the
jail during the morning, and it is sup
posed that the Chinaman went out toe
front door.
Of course the other Chinamen pre
tended the utmost ignorance ol what
had become of their brother in misfor
Deputies were dispatched in various
directions to attempt to capture the
fugitive, but up to a late hour had not
succeeded in locating bim.
Orer a Hnndred Persona Required to
Walt Cpon the Grout Multitude
of Eager Boy
The attendance yesterday at tbe
great creditors' eale of the City of Paris
stock was aB great as any day since the
eale began, and everyone was waited on
with perfect satisfaction. The large
crowds have not diminished in the
least : the unprecedented bargains are
the talk of the city, for never in its
history has such prices prevailed, and
tbiß the people know and they are tak
ing advantage of this rare opportunity.
Everything is sold aB represented) no
fake sales at this establishment. The
thousands who have purchased here
are all perfectly Batißfied with the re
sults, and they come again and again,
an excellent criterion aB to the worth
of their money they are receiving in the
goods they get in teturn for their coin.
Satisfaction is expressed by one
and all who have showed
such good uidgmentae to take advantage
of this great creditors' sale which will
continue until the entire stock is dis
posed of. What they advertise you can
depend upon it, get it. No shoody meth
ods in advertising, as some of their
neighbors indulge in by gulling the pub
lic, having always some excuse for not
having the goods you wish, as adver
tised. Tne City of Paris has the confi
dence of the public. The well known
reputation of thia establishment is still
maintained and you deai with honest
people when you patronize tnis house.
Everything is going at a rapid rate.
Such pricOH for tho goods offered can't
! last always. Altnough ttio City of Paris
has an immense stock on hand it will be
|to your interest to lose no time in in
specting the greatest line of dry
goods ever shown to the Los
'■ Angeles public. It might be added aleo
that a full line of men's furnishing goodß
iis being sacrificed at prices that
j would surpriee you. In every respect
this is a remarkable eale, and the stock
an unusually fine one. The Btock iB
worth at the manufacturers' and jobbers'
prices, aud 'he public are even purchas
ing it for less than that at this reliable
place of business. This is really a sale
where goods are going for 50 cents on
the dollar, consequently it is not to tie
' wondered that the people flock to this
great sale to secure firßt-class goods thnt
' would cost two or three times more else
j wiiere.
Tho lleet Sugar Factory at f?hln.o
Will be open for inspection on Tuesday,
October Slat." To reach the Bame take
the grand excursion train which leaves
the Arcade station today, Tuesday,
Oct. Silt, at 9:30 a, m. It will be a
tine opportunity for a day's outing, and
tho expense only $1 (including a colla
tion; for the round trip. Easton, Eld
ridge it Co. will also sell 1000 acres of
the choice Chino ranch land from under
their big tent.
DR - J - P - TUDOR, Manager.
TV FlritGrade, 83.0 ft ' Kacond Grade, tfW.5O.
Th ' rd Grade ' **' °°'
>^l, Cement Fillings BOe to 76 c
Alnrninum Plates $10 00 to $15.00 Teeth extracted for 25c.
Porcelain Crowns 2.50 to H.OH Painless extraction bi any anaesthetic do-
Gold crowus 5.00 to 7.00 sired.
Hold Fillings From 01.00 up The administration of gas a specialty.
Silver or Amalgam Fillings... .Otic to 100 fSsT-All work guarant-aeJ
Highest of all In Leavening Tower.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
A Convict Crosses th . Colorado Ktver
I rrom tho Yum* Prison.
i Ynma Times: Convict M. L. Wilcox
...ade an attempt to escape from the
prison last Sunday b. swimming acrosn
the Colorado river. He was seen before
landing and recaptured without difli
Wilcox was employed in the bakery, j
and appeared a' tlte gale about 12:30,
telling the gatekeeper that he had to
get some yeas: powder from tho store
room. Instead of getting the art ie lv
and going back, Wilcox slipped between
the Btofe room and mess hall and a few !
steps brought him to the steep hank of
the river. He slid down into the
wafer nnd boldly struck out
tor the California shore. At hough
weighing 195 pounds, be rnaohed tbe
opposite bank without difficulty, bu*
his daring fear had been seen by several
; people, among them Mre. Matt Flynn,
j who gave the alarm to the prison oth
ciale. After landing on the California
i bantc, Wilcox was accosted by Ben Heyl
j and Peter Hodges a few yards above the
I bridge. There wae, of conree, no doubt
;of tiis being au Escaped convict, aB he
{ had no time to exchange hiß stripes.
I The two young men detained him and ho
j was returned to prison, after being absent
half an hour. ,
Wilcox is an American, 31! years old,
and comes from I'iroa couuty. having
been lodged at the prison last April on
a sentence ol two yeara for forgery. He
wili speud 30 days in tbe "snake den,"
t after which he will keep company with
1 a ball and chain for some time.
A Feature in R*al K.lntc € ransaaetlons
Th re Today.
This morning at 9:."0 a special train
for Obino will leave tbe Arcade depot,
ber.ring a crowd oi land buyers, as well
aa people desiring to see the great sonar
beet factory in operation.
The occasion ia the auction eale of
10,000 acres of the noted Otiino ranch.
The eale will be conducted by tbe well
j known firm of Eaeton, Eldride oc Co., of
wh'cb Mr. Ballard is tbe manager.
Everything indicates that the affair
will be umet successful, and tliat many
people will secure at a moderate price
lands from which they will derive iarge
returne. •
When Eabe was sick, we gars her Uastoria.
Whin shinasa Child, she cried for Castorla,
When she hecame Miss, she clung toCastoria.
When she hid Children,stie gave.theru Castoria,
Howry ,t Breseo, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of tbe trust."
Subscribe for magazines and papers with
I.augstadter, 211 West Second, Hollenbeck
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♦ Wealth Secured ♦
♦ 216 and 218 S. Spring St. ♦
2 'holce Table Del'cacies, Bed R>ck 2
Z Prices. ■ ourteous Attention
v 1(> lbs Granul it»rt sugar $1 no X
a 1 lb Price's Baking Powder 45 T
2 1 lb Royal Baking Powder..,, 45 T
A 1 ibCieveluud Baking Powder .... 10 X
J 5 lbs Rlre for -ft X
«v City Flour, per sack 8o X
a Choice Norther! Flour 1 ou X
a libs New Prunes *J5 X
a 8 lb- Oat or V\ lie.U Flake "5 a
a liermea 20 a
♦ Imp rtecl Barents 15 X
<*. GoodB»rdinei Oo n
<t> Monroe Ml 1; 10 X
♦ Try our unrivaled half-dollar "Spider •
♦ Leg" Tea. Aiso our excellent hleh gra: c ♦
♦ Hyson, Jap and Formosa Oolong l eas, and ♦
♦ the famous <'imse<& B*nborn Oofftes, the ♦
♦ best in tho world. All goods first-class at ♦
♦ d>
| Hanna & Bureh, §
£ 210-218 9 Spring St. ♦
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413 S. SPRING ST.,
Just Below Fourth.
Atljutaiil-<;«n*ral - A 11,.,, id vi-n« s
tho state Militia.
Last evening Adjutant-General C. 0.
Allen of the State National Guards in
fo's ted companion A, C and Fof the
Seventh regiment at their armory, cor
ner Sixth etreet and Broadway. The
field staff and the band Were also in
j spected. All the soldiers received de
serving com; li ment I from QsnSrat Allen.
j M'Jor Stern le New a Pol 100 Commit
j Major E. L. Stern, who was appointed
I op a member of the board of police com-
I miesionors, yesterday qunlified for the
position, aud will no doubt be preeentat
tbe meeting of that body this morning.
Prevention Hotter Tli*t, Cure.
It 1b no cr.v thing to cure lout trouble when
UoDoe latrly get* a hold noon the system, it
Pan ea-lly iienrtven'ed hy the me.of Ai.lcock's
Porous t i.astarn. Just es poon tin tiny inliui^
tlon of enrtfiiHMiatisnt tbe lunais or aslffnesa of
the Juitits appear*, put on one of these masters,
ami |un n ill tie itire to yap great ac vantage.
So alas null rheumatism. A cold Is a com
pirativ-ly slight thing. Tec application of an
aluiock's PoauiOS PLsstßß 10 any part afleeted
hy it will not oily relieve Ml overcome it. if,
however, the coin gets a firm hold on the joints
and muscles, rheawa 10 pallia aro uot so qatok
lv ■ verroire To cure Is good, to prevent is
BBANDRtTiI'I PILLS will relieve rheumatism-
Flu. Iniuranro Kates Kednced.
Independent of tho "compact.** e'eo Pinker
ville, 'J 18 Nortu Main (Lanfraueo building),
ami save money.
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♦ Has Ju*t Received a Large Stock ol ♦
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9 The bst combinations we have ever T
J had at low figures. Also a lull line of T
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♦ . - - COTTON BUGS. ♦
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♦ Bizes run from 2x3 to 12x15 feet. 9
9 The best rug for the money. J
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4> 1103. Eprlng st, Opp. Nadeau Hotel. «
<> 10-8 3m »
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: EST ABLI3H3D 1880.1
fcemiuul wi annes-. etc., moulting
from youthful indiscretion, exceiueg iv ma
tured year* hn<l other cau .c«, induing st>rn.
Ot the fo 110 wiiisj sym ptotxn, as «t I /.z u«a<«. uoi*
funifii of nittw, d*il#otlv« im-uiory, HVaftr-
BlOl* t<l MH(M<!tV> blOtoliffci 1111**1 Oil P, VS>
hauntlonsi varicocele etc., are permanently
ctr fid.
TJ . | »'{V, X ! l>N FY »»■<■ HI, A IU'KU
Uoubi H| Woj.it utivjt, mooutiDuno »• KOnOffOOB l.
gleet, .stricture, ami all uuuatui-di
are quickly and perfectly cured.
c<»u-m«t ulcers, erujnio-i'*. enlarged juiii.n,
rheumatism, swelling in grolus, mucous
patch vs in moulti, so.c turoat, (aliiUK hair,
catarrh and many other symptoms are quickly
reynoved and au p-Mson thorougit y and put
maneutl/ c-radicated from thu t»y?teui, by
partly vepeuhle tre-i.tm.-nt.
S'JXP^'i 'KKATMENTat office or bj express. AU
letters ■trictly coufldeuii il,
Tramp doctors patent metflcin? fakirs and
refugee doctors Iron otistnrn justice ar<con
fcta-itly a tar ting bogus Medical institutes (f, 10
deceive Strang rs visiting tbe city. Tlit te pre
tenderH usuaay open oldcc* ('.'. in clv.ap lodg
iug houses, leinain a few wicks, rob tlielr p*
tients, swindle: thfl laudloid oat of his rent,
and leave the city between two mi us He ware
of *uch scoundrels and their "cappers " Rep
utable physicians ard nevdr as named lo us*
thvlruwa nam*. Ltr. White's Dispensary
tbe on y established Medical Institution for
ihe treatment of Jtimvumv* of Men in
Lbs \ nve.es.
P.ffi. WHITE, H. D,
Established lliUri. Proprietor-.
188 H. MAIN ST,
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
j liquors, sold at the lowest market quotations :
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, Val Blat/. Milwaukee Beer,
i Mellwood Whiskey, Knss & Co.'s Pale Ale,
(Mil Taylor Whiskey, Guinness' sronf,
Londonderry Linda Water, iielbeck, Pommery,
Buffalo Litlila Water. Mutuni, Cileqaot,
Wbiie Buck Waukesha Water, Monopole ami
Apollinaris Wafer, Perrler Joowl Clnitnjiasrnps,
French end Italian Vermouth, Canadian Club Whiskey.
Pure California Wine* put up in cases ready far shippinj to all parti of the
East, a suitable present to send to your friends. Visitors cordially invited to call
1 and inspect the vintages. .
Liquor Dealers and Druggists will find it to their interest to obtain my quota
tions before ni.rkio • purchases.
Special attention paid t> the Hotel and Restaurant trade; ia pure California.
Clarets, Zinfandel, Sauterne, Riesling, etc.
Direct Importations. Latest Arrivals Ex Rail.
j Just received n ship City of Olascow, vis 500 case* Duffy'* Malt Whiskey.
Pan liicgo. fr.-m London, ISO esse* Baa. A ,:n.*s 7.~> case* Jnfiaau H ifl'a Malt.
Pale Aim, pints aud qi artn, and Ouitit.es,'Dub 50 oa e» Uv dOlld r ■>■ L i lua Water.
I on i-iout 40 os»ei I uff.tlo L thia Wate .
k x "top O ion, via New Orlo n*. 1I.» case, as. sen's A»U cii:.
I sort d torUiah from K. '.'us nler lllsiiiue ,fc fie. Vf» cases Pernod Abslulhe.
j Kiauee, consisting of An'sette. Ureme do Men- SO cases Bethod.t—half gMlons, pints and
Ihe, Curacao, Create de X >ses, (heme do Moka, quarts
1 Man.cli no, i.'hart eusse Benedleune, eto. 1(10 hlil, Vel Blat/Mllw-iukro Bee".
Also;it casea t:. Aw. Stewart's Scotch whia- 20 esses Jaoxaoolj Nap* Budu, plnl* nn I
key, from Aberdeen, S -otlaii'l. quart,.
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
j use, securely packed, including demijohn, for Si. Address all orders to
124 and 126 North Spring Street, Los Angeles; Cal.
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- - by the modern gas stove
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X No to Handle.
X No Disagreeable Odor.
t No Danger of Explosion. X
/ $No Coal or Wood to Bring In. §
1 ! No Ashes or Soot to Take Out. |
I No Danger of Fire. |
| Economical. ♦
Efflcient - %
X Always Ready. *
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luu nnui-i-i-u i-iuiiiiiiu uumi nil i
4r5T S. BROADWAY to-t
mm { Best Appointed Hotel in
.. Los -— eles
American and European Plans.
\%rtVi}"~ : Central Location.
, l 11 First-classS rviee.
'fl$ l - ''4 '> Reasonable Rates.
»^mW^Wf s " vy Viwat 1 are in tlie ( ' i,y
v f ? ' lu Connection^
>s %jr ( A. C. BILICKE & CO ,
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7 Where he will be pleased to meet all cuitoms.M.
'''-r^?^^^^ Just Received, a Large Stock of
- - - Fall and Wint. r Huutfj,
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices.
<'els 3tf nnd Km. «-i3tf 130 West Second Street.
IMPORTING GROCER, 136 1 138 S. Spring
7-25 ly

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