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NOTES Weather r.nroan. report of observations taken al Loa Angeles, R< v. 7, 1893: ' _ Time. | B*r. I ; i) ». .ii.30.1(> t :») p m.130.11 60 58 01 91 N W Maximum temperature. 73. Minimum temperature, 4.*. Indications. rerecntt for Southern California: Fair ,vh'r, warmer Wednesday, variable winds, -c.oj_ur.lj westerly. A marriage license waß issned yester ■}..v to Robert Turner, aged 22 a native ol England, nnd Annie Toal, aged 22. a nntive of Ireland, both residents ol Pas edena, Alt p-evions offerings in $2 50 Derbys ; S»d 60 cent neckwear are to bo eclipsed this woek rtt Desmond's in theßryson block It is not "'a chance cf a lifetime," bur it. to a chance tbat should not be paused. "'hero nro undelivered telegrams at Iho Western Union Telegraph office, corner .Main and Conn streets for Mre. Levins Sanm, Ernest Paralie, Lulu "•lay Diile, Geo Long. Mrs. L. T. Wel lington, E, A. Starr, It. C. Kellog. The Orphans' fair opens next Monday evening at Armory ball, and everything is now being made ready (or a most en -'•lyable week. A rare mnsical pro gramme is being arranged for tbe open ing u:ght, to be under the supervision of the famouH Ellis club. Yesterday about noon a lady who de clined ti give her name was painfully hurt by being knocked down by a cable car. The lady in auestion was alighting from the car on Broadway, between Fourth and Fifth streets, when an ap proaching train from the opposite direc tion going north struck her. knocking her down and lacerating her quite badly. Officer Dixon was on tbe scene and had a hack brought and th > injured woman was conveyed to ber residence. For Santa Catallna Island. Steamer sails from Pan Pedro every Saturday, connecting with morning trains "from Los Angeles; returning Monday following. Wilmington Trans. Co., 130 W. Second st. PERSONAL. Robert J. Adcock, tbe attorney has returned from the eaßt after a six-weeks' absence. A party of Perris and Moreno citizens, composed of J. W. Nance, L. F. Hotch kiea and A. L. Main, are at the Hollen beck. Mr. Harry A. Lee, the manager of the Friends company, is in the city. He is bb good a manager as such a play de serves. Frank A. Miller, proprietor of the Glenwood hotel at Riverside, accom panied by Mrs. Miller, is at the West minster. William A. Wilaon has returned from a three-week's visit to tbe world's fair, and has brought his many frienda me mentos of bis visit to the great Colum bian expoaition. Miss Adeline Knapp, the beet woman authority on turf matters weßt of the Rockieß, ia a guest of Miss Kelso, city librarian. Miss Knapp is a member of the Han Francisco Call staff. Mr. Warner, the manager for the (Vquelin-Hadlng company, is in the civ. The company will play here only in a night, and tbe drama to be given hue not yet been eelected. Camilla bae b en suggested, but it is to be hoped tl at come other play will be chosen. Rev. E, A. Healy of Long Beach who has been visiting the world's fair at Chicago, returned after an absence of five weeks monday evening. The ladies of the church under his charge, the i Tabernacle Long lieacb, are making elaborate preparations for a Thanks giving dinner with the praiseworthy ob ject of raisins; tunds to clear off a debt of between |300 and $400 which now burdens the church. Hast Star Oyster Co. Freeh frozen, constantly on hand, 65 cents a quart; cans 60 centß. Call and be convinced that we bave the best oysters in town at 244 S, Main Btreet. mount Lowe Kallivuv. A grand resort, good hotel at Echo mountain. Beautiful view of San Gabriel valley, ocean and islands. See time card. Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3'j yardß long, special value, 90 tents per pair and upwards. Ville de Paiis, Potomac block. Spanish Scarfs. Hand run Spanish scarfs. Ville de Paris, Potomac block. Foragood table wine,orderour Sonoma Z^ufandflatsocpergal. T. Vache&Co., cur. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309. Thirty dollars allowed for old Davie sewing machines. Drop postal card to 228 South Main Btreet. Ndw City Directory. The Ci<y Ditic'ory lor 1801, now being pre par- d by the S utb crn California Directory Co., will also embrace, under tbe Bame cover, a businos directory of every town in S-Utheru fabfornii. New m spa of the city and of Southern California, both on one sheet 3x4 feet In sizi, and lithogiaph><d In colors, will accompany tbe directory. We propose to make the book ths most complete and accurate and in every respect the fine t work of the kind tverofferel to the people of Los Angeles. It w.llbj ready lor delivery on or before April 15, 1894. SjUTIIKRN Cai.ifokn!A DIREcTORY Co., 309 West second street. nair Goods— Hair Gootli. In Ihe nbove line I am selling out below cost. Any one requiring anything in the above line will lave money by calling at the Surprise millnery store, 1142 Boutb Spring street. A, J. ftiethmuller, proprietor. East India Herb Tea Cures Constipation. bilousness and headache, cleansestbe system, stimulates the liver and kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta ble Sample free. H. M. bAi.B & SON, agents. '-'20 South Spring Btreet. A. JB. Chapman cells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond ranges, tbe two best stoves in America. House hold goods a specialty. 414 S. Spring Kt. J. C. Cunningham, Manufacture and dealer lv trunks and travel ling bags, 23S S. Spring st. Tel. 818. If Too Need a Irani Call at Bockwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Main. A dt guaranteed. mop al 122 South Spring atreet and get a pair of these $3.50 Ladles' Shoes for $2.50. | he Pcrfect-flitiag Shoo Company. f Subscribe for mazazlnes and papers with itirEtadtor, 214 Wn* 1 : Second, Hollenbeck otcl. MEMORANDA. "Tbe Building of the Pyramids," din played in the window of Sanborn, Vail & Co., 133 South Spring street, combine two of the most essential features of a picture —instruction and coloring—and is without doubt tbe finest fac simile that has ever been exhibited in Southern California. This picture, showing tbe Egyptians at work on the Great Pyra mid, gives one a most comprehensive idea oi how these great pieces of ma sonry were constructed, and also show ing the gorgeous splendor of Egyptian costumes at that period, about 3000 B.C. The best and most healthful beverage in the market is the world-renowned Pabst beer. It has no equal. Recog nizes! to be the best brewed. Tbe Pabst Brewing company of Milwaukee has 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. Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsev, 114 South Spring street. Special attention given to obstetrical cases and all diseases of women and children. Electricity scien tiflcallv used. Consultation hours Ito 5. Telephone 1227. Go to Ebinger's restaurant; best French dinner and order house in the city. Everything first-class. Attentive white waiters. No Chinese employed. Don't forget the place, southwest corner Third and Spring. If you want to get a 50-cent meal for 25 cents go to tbe Cosmopolitan dining hall, 219 and 221 West Second street, between Spring and Broadway, next to Herald office. Shoup & Elliott, pro prietors. Who will adopt them—We have 10 full grow n orphan suitß and overcoats wit Stoat father or mother, guaranteed to bebave and do well lor one year. Apply in per son, Golden Eagle, Main and Requeue. Mme. Da Barry's hair dressing and manicuring parlors, 2-12U S. Broadway; aleo a select line •■»? French toilet prep arations for the . implexion. Ladic9' call and see latest t eradicate wrinkles. Dr. Charles de Saigattay ia now located in the Bryson block. Residence, Biker block. Officehonrs, 11:30 to 3:30. Sun days and evenings by appointment. Of fice telephone, 1156; residence, 105(i. If you desire to purchase a framed picture or anything in the art line, do not fail to visit Lichtenberger'e art em porium, 107 North Main street. End less variety and lowest prices. Children's Ecbool shoes, the largest stock, the beet wear and the lowest prices at the cheapest place on earth for boots and shoes, 118 East Fsrßt between Main and Loa Angeles streets. Dr. J. E. Cowles, residence. Pacific Sanitarium, Pico and hope stroets ; tel ephone, 138. Office, Wilson block. First and Spring streets; telephone, 883; 10 to 12 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. The Dewey Gallery, 1-17 S. Main, firat class cibinets $1 per for 30 days. Come early ao you will not miss this opportunity. This is no fake. All work Bhall be good. The best remedy for irritating bron chial cough and eoreneae in the tune*; is Rowe's Cough Mixture. We recom mend it. A. E. Littieboy, 3\i South Spring. Deposit your Mexican dollars and all kinds of old silver at tbe silversmith's and draw out new gpoons, iorks, etc. Always open. Ba»-, m 9 Timea building. For piH|" t Sonoma Zinfandel, sweet winei*, brandies and whiskies call at E. I t ieur's, 404-406 N. Loa Angeles at. East ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224. War! War! BijonStudio, 221 S. Spring et. We meet tbe cut. Cabinet Photos, $1 per doz. Not cheap Main-st. work, but encb aa we display. Come lo the old reliable Sunbeam Studio, 236 and 238 S. Main street, and get one dozen full length cabinet photos, until further notice for 75 cents. Elsinore hot springs and hotel. Foil particulars regatding thirj famous resort at the Hammam boths, 230 South Main street, Los Angeles. Unity club tonight: Judge John D. Pope, Distinguished Men of Ueorgia. Hon. John Shirley Ward, The Immi gration Question. For good meat and Bausages of all kinds, call at Louis Strenber'e. Orders promptly attended to. 138 N. Main St., telephone 160. Adams Bros., dentists. 239 1 ., South Spring street. Painless filling and ex tracting. The beat eets of teeth from $6 to if 10. We will send Advance eewing ma chines on trial to any lady in Los An gelee. Call or address 12S South Main street. Hon. John Shirley Ward will address the Unity club tonight on tbe Impending Danger to Civilization. Admission free. The Distinguished Men of Georgia is the title of Col. John D. Pope's paper to be read before the Unity club tonight. Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz, physicians and surgeone, have removed their offices to 147 South Main street. Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and Burgeon. Oftice and residence, 126 North Main, new McDonald block ; telephone 234. Dr. K. D. Wise, office 226 South Spring street. Office hours from 8 tolUa.m. and 3to 5 p.m. Telephone 346. J. B. Mitchell, attorney-at-law, has removed from Temole block to 229 West First Btreet, room 1. Cabinet photographs oi your babies free of charge today. Bon Ton Studio 452 S. Spring St. Pianos for Bale, rent, tuning and re pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los Angeles street. Full line of music boxes and holiday goods at Exton & Cist's, 329 South Spring street. Dr. M. Hilton Williams, head, throat nnd chest diseases. Office, 13? South Broadway. Robert Sharp <t Co., fnneral directors (independent), 536 8. Spring st.; te1.1029. The Landsfelt removed from Broad way and Fifth to 517 S. Main St. The Landsfelt Medical Skin Tonic. Headquarters, 517 S. Main St. Great $2.50 psnts sile, Golden Eagle, Main and Requena. Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South Broadway. The Landefelt headquarters 517 S. Main St. Campbells special display. See window Dr. McCoy, eye, ear, throat, Bryson bk. Dr. Parry, ear and eye, 431!;. 8. Spring. Baker's Millinery. Look at our windows for bargains in bats, feathers, ribbonß, etc. Money is scarce yet, and everybody must econo mize. Yon can do so by buying your millinery at Haker's, 257 South Spring St., cor. Third Bt. Colored Chiffons, In evening B hades. Ville de Paris, Potomac block. Howry <fe Bresee, Broadway under taken. "Independent oi the tract." XOS* ANGELES HERALD WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8. DEEMING'S IRON BAR. HE USED IT TO DEVASATATE JEWELRY STORE WINDOWS. Cases In the Jastleaa' Conrta Yesterday. No t rims to I. Kara a Bi>nis on a Hallway Track—Dan Bto- Farland's Clock. Henry Deeming was given • prelimi nary bearin yesterday before Justice Austin upon two charges of burglary. Deeming's mode of working was sim ple in the extreme. His only tool was a short iron bar, and from yesterday's evidence it appeared that he nsed the iron for tbe purpose of smashing the windows of jewelry stores. He would then take any article from the window that appeared to be the most valuable. Deeming was examined yesterday npon charges oi having stolen two watches from two Main Btreet stores by the above means. justice Austin held the defendant for trial in the superior court and fixed bis bonds at $3000. A HOUSE ON THE TRACE. Charles Forshaed and August Carlson appeared for trial yesterday in Justice Seaman's court, charged with a misde meanor. The men were accused of obstructing the Lob Angeles Termiral railway track by leaving a frame house standing on the line. Justice Ssaman discharged both de fendants for want of sufficient evidence. DAN M'FARLAND'S CLOCK. F. Ross was examined before Justice Austin yesterday upon a charge of burg lary. Roes is a dayligtU worker and stole a valuable clock from D. McFarland's house last week. He was seen running away with the time piece nnder his coat and was fol lowed aud captnred. Justice Austin held him for trial in the superior court under bonds of $2000. MINOR CASE?. Charles Smith and William Foster were convicted of vagrancy by Justice Austin and sentenced to 15 and five days imprisonment respectively in tbe city jail. James 1! liters stole a pair of pants on Saturday from Cohn'e clothing store. Yesterday he appeared for trial in Jus tice Austin's court, was found guilty and sentenced to 100 days exercise with the chain gang. A Y. M. O. A, Kbtortwlnment. Wednesday evening, November Bth, the young people will give an entertain ment at tt j Y. M. C. A. auditorium, under tne auspices of the Ladies' Auxil- i iary. The following will be the pro gramme: P'.ano solo, grand waltz Brilliant (Chopin) — A ~i nio Den by, md an ciiib swiping—V. M. C. A. Junior Bo vs. feting with banjo accompsniment—Wijlie Qil raan Recitation, Takln' an Elewater-Mabel Kal loch. Violin solo, (selected!—Eoy Ko'tcr. Onolu Banjo Cluboi B3reu—Pearlle Glea'on'a pupi's. ► emr, This Utile Pig Went to Market—Ethel Lety. Rtcitaiion. Little Joe—lsabel Moo'e. Song, (selectedi—Little Nelie Wise. Cornet solo, (selected)—MaK'er Hany Knoll. Keelia'.iou—Sy tbe Utile daughter of Rev. 1 John Gray. Mililavy drill by Second Lot Angeles Com | panv Boys' Brigade—OaDt. Wilbur. Indian club swingiog—Frank Ulllelen, Y. M. C. A. Junior boy. Vocal solo. Idol of My Heart—Stella Beatnr. Violin snd piano duo, (Sonata, ehubirt, Alle gro Andante/—Karl Valentine and Annie Denby. Negro Lullaby, 'by reo.uest) — Paprlle Glcsson. Recitation A Parody on Nursery Baymes— Rosebud Andrawvs. Song, Tho Cuinel—Leslie Harris. Oalestbeuic drill—alight i.ttle girls In cos tume. Irish character song—Litt'e Willie Clinu. Recitation, Vloletk—B<a Keating, houg, Wheu 1 Waa a Child of i'hree—Ethel Stewart. fiauo, Sleigh Ride duet—May Sill*. Sadie j Green. Adml sion, 25 cents: children 13 cents. Seventy-flve Convulsions. ATbrillixg Experience—There l» no one | but at tome perioJ In life has an experience : out prominent.y beyond all other*. ! Such is tbe case of John B. Collins, of Romeo, I Mich., who says: "From September to Jauuary \ be.ore using Nervine, 1 had at leaaj eetenty- I five convul.tons. After three months' use I have no more attack. Dr. MlleV Restorative bervine also cures nervous prostration, bead. ■ ache, poor memory, dizziness, sleerlessness, ! neuralgia, etc., and Dm Id* up the bjdy. Mrs, I .'. K. Miller, of Valparaiso, Ind., and J. B. Tay [ lor, of Lcgafißport, Ind., ea h gained 20 pounds iof flesh by taking it. Sold by C. H. Hance, 177 North Sprlug stren, on a guaraatee. Get the doctor's booi, free. HOTEL AKKIVALS, HOLLENBECK. Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. Martin, Mrs. W. F. Swee- I l ey, Mrs. S U. Wil-on, Miss Wakelee, Will F. I Sweeney G. C. Flint, A. M. Goodhin, Long Beach; R. E. Snutri, W. J Hoffman, W. v. Bs tee, L. B. MertoD. John Lawrence, T. A. Norris, J,Werih Inter, A. A. S oil, (j W Jordon, A. M. Harnett, G. W. Davie, S.D. Landecker, Mr. aud Mrs. J. Fioersheim, a. Tittenbacn, San Fraucls co; F. Leeds, Mr. and Mrs. H A. i.cc, e\ D. ! Lyons, Mr. end Mrs. F Schaefler, Mr. and Mrs. if. Bergman, New York: Mr. and M b. C. O. Wei's, canta Bat bars: J. W. ..ance, Perris: L. F Hotchkiss, A. L Main, Moreno: !H, A. Cargill, Norwalk; H. Wetzger, Portland, Ore.; H. H. iiood, Rochester; p. t. Loughbor ough, S. Louis: C. M. Fish, Rtdlands; H. M. j Bsblock, Denver; James Sheridan, Cripple Creek; G. H. Cralts, Bakenfleld; L. B. Potter, I Peranum, Pa.: A. Woods, Arizona; J. Studdy, ( Otay: May J. Day, San Diego: J. E. Warner, I New Yors; O. J- Fearons, Kansas City; J. W Vanderwort, Cnlcatro; M. Cregan. San Fran ' Cisco. Finest Variety and Cheapest Place in town for fish, fcame, oysters, etc. Fred ifanniman's, Mott market. CEYLON TEAS, jgffigjj. WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO AT CHICAGO, FOE FINE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK; also, first premiums above all competitors at fair held October, 18015, and at all previous exhibits wherever work wi' entered for compeittlou in tbe state. Largest and most complete photographic studio lv Southern California. All the latest styles and designs used. IQT NORTH SPRING BT. 11 23m THE TUDOR DENTAL CO. DR. J. P. TUDOR, Manager. RUBBER PLATES —UPPER OR LOWER: JiW Fi"' Grade, $3.00. Second Grade, $5,50. Third Grade, $5.00. Cement Fillings 50cto7Bc Aluminum Plates $10 00 to $10.00 Teeth extracted tor'3so. Porcelain Crowns. 2.50 lo 3.00 Painless extraction by any anaesthetic de- Gold Crowns 5.00 to 7.00 sired. , , , Gold Fillings From $1.50 up. Th* administration of gas a specialty. Silver or Amalgam Fillings... 50i to 1.00 All work guarantied, THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.. Ho - f^S&Slt^ Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest li, S. Gov't Report ARSOIiUYeDf WKB CLIMATE REFUGEES. A Largo Party Which Arrived from the Kast Yesterday. Tha following excursionists arrived last night with the Phillips Excursion company via the Rock Islsnd, Denver A Rio Grande and Southern Pacific, in charge of W. A. Rennie: Stephen Bowers and wife, Mrs. J. Alexander, Mrs. E. Glester, P. Z. Miz ener, Emma Moritz, Mrs. W. H, Jami son. Miss L. O. Vainis, A. T. Schiffman, E. O. McQuade, Mrs. W. R. Murphy, Chicago; O. D. Fish and family, C. O. Haney and wife, Joliet, III.; E.B. Lion and wife, Chicago; G. Warner and wife, Battle Creek, Mich.; Mrs. J. Huff, Vinton, Is.; F. Harming, Ed J. Paine, A. M. McPner son, Mrs. A. McPherson, Otto Schwen neke, T. A. Call, N. A. de Breyne, E. A. Hobart, Agnes Hobart, M. C Hoizeman and wife, S. S. Wise and wife, Mrs. T. A. Van Winkle, Mrs. S. D. Pierce, Chi cago; Mob. E. Beeson, Wapello. Ia ; t. A. Davis, Mrs. E. J Hart, C. H. Cory ell, Chicago: E. A. Kckhart, 03kaloosa. la.; J. D. Cnamberlain, Chicago: John Schee, W. F. Schee, Oskaloosa, la.; D. D. Ssckett, M. Sackett, Martha Lloyd, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. J. H. Ackers, Mre. R. 8. Hanpt, Chicago; A. E. Letson. Mra. George B. Koth, Omaha; Henry Bartling, Lewis, Iowa; O. B. McVicker, Dss Moines, Iowa; O. W. Mansley and wife, Dexter, Iowa; C. W. Button, Dcs Moines, Iowa; 1.. Manlale and wife, Mra. L. A. Tee, Dex ter, Iowo; Mrs. C. Seymour, Newton, Iowa; T. Smith, Perry. lows; Otis C. Adam". Minneapolis: E. A. Chafa. Lin coln, Xeb.; J. F. Fitirlie and wile. H. C. Stevenß and wife, Mrs. S. Nairn, Omaha, Neb.; J. H. LivingetoD, Atlantic, Iowa; Mies A. Bovd, Omaha, Neb.; R. E. Roper and wile. Mra. ti- A. Mead, Mies J. Walker, L. Lewiston, E. McLcod aud wife, C. Haakinß, Mrs. Dr. Beniley, A. rie Rutter, 0. E. Jones nnd wife, W. D. Hine, O. F. lleadstrom, L. Lewie, Chicago. In Olden Tlmea People overlooked the importance of permanently beneficial effects and were satisned with transient action, but now that it is generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently cure habitual constipation, well-informed people will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. Bltkalln*. New design? ; n silkaline draperias, cents nnd 15 csnta. Villa de PariE, Potomac block. Our Huns* Itrew. Waier A Zobeletn's laser, fresh fr;>m the brewery, .m draught In a.l the principal sa lonu»; delivered promptly in bottle, or ke?s. Ofllee 'lid brewery, 41t Aliso stiesit. Tele phone 01. Fire Insurance Ilaloa lteduced. Independent ot the "oompuC." Bee Baat-y,-; rile, -IS Nortn Main (Laufcauco inflfilir-i i—„. save monei *•* - T A Stol- re Millinery Store. Hoffman .v Co., 2*o 8. Spring St. Dr. O. R. niOVnliaeher, Dantlat. No. S. Bpriui: ttreet; room! 1 and 5. Help! help!! carry awjy tho Ladies' $3.50 Shots that are go.ng at iji...">l) at 131 Sou'.h Spring street, the Perfect fHte.s. Wsgonnmbrellss, summer lap dusters, Fo.'s old reliable saddleiy hou-c. 315 N I.oi Au^e.ei. 250 envelopes, 50c rm writing oapar, 2Dc. Langstadter, lil-t W. SeOQad, Hollenbeuk hotel. SOWERKROWT. &\V2SSSI Wealth Secured BY BUYING GOODS OF HAM A & BURCH, THE CASH GROCERS, 216 and 218 S. Spring- St. Choice Tjble Delicacies, Bed Back Prices, 'ourteous Attention. SPkCIMK.V PRICKS: 16 lbs Granul ited niigar $1 00 1 lb Price's Busing Powder 45 1 lb Royal Baking Powder 45 1 lb Cleveland Baking Powder 45 5 lbs Rlee for 96 City Flour, per sack 80 Choice Northern Flour 100 4 lbs New Prunes 25 ti lbi Oat or Wheat Flake 25 Germea 20 Imp irted Sardines 15 Good Sirdines 0.5 Monroe Milk 10 Try our unrivaled half-dollar "Spider Leg" Tea. Also our excellent high grace Hysou. Jap and Formosa Oolong Teas, and the famous Chase & Stnborn Coffees, the best iv the world. All goods first-class at Hanna & Bureh, 216-218 8. Spring; St. THE ATHLETIC CLUB. The rrarramraa for Ita Field Day Sports, The athletic clnb has arranged a fine programme for its annual field day, to be held at Athletic park on Thanksgiv ing day. The prize list will be more elaborate than at previous meets and will consist of attrative and valuable trophies. All the events are open to recognized amateurs and are to be governed by tbe A. A. W. and L. A, W. rules. Entries will be received by the secre tary. George Beebee, at 226 South Spring street up to and including the Monday preceding the day of the event. A lee of $1 is charged, 50 cents being re funded to starters. A novol feature of the programme is the one-mile Chinese race. This event will be run by all of the celeßtial riders of the city, and a lively as well as amus ing race will be witnessed. Tbe list of events is as follows: Lacrosse match, Riverside vs. Los An geles; mile safety bicvele race, novice; 100 yard da3h ; mile ealety bicycle, 2:30 class; pole vault, height; 440-yard run; mile safety bicycle, lap race; running high jump; mile bicycle race, Chinese; 220-yard run ; two-mile safety bicycle, handicap; one-mile bicycle, open. Honor to whom honor is due. Mel lin's Food received the highest award which waa in the power of. the commis sioners of tbe world's fair to bestow—a medal and a diploma. Souiethlus: Msw. Japanese drapery, 35 cents per yard. Ville" de Paris, Potomac block. ! mm 1 ♦ ♦ ♦ Has Just Received a Large Stock ot ♦ I I | LADIES' EMB. SILK WRAPPERS t ! GENTo' EMB. SILK GOWNS | I AND SMOKING JACKETi | * ♦ «> ♦ 9 The bst combinations we have erS¥ 9 . had at law figures. Alio a lull line ol \ I ! S JAPANESE HEMP and I % . - - COTTON RUGS. I rl | s a a> run from 2x3 to 12x15 leet. 9 The bjet rug lor the money. T <» 5 * 1 X ♦ ! KAN-KOO. ! : | a 110 3. Spring et., Opr. !7Maau Hotel. a> « 10-S 3m 4> •* ♦ ♦»» »♦♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦«>»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ WHfTE'S PRIVATE DISPENSARY, 128 isros,Tia: st. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. [ESTABLISHED 188(11 NERVOUS DEBILITY, remittal weakliest*, impotency, etc., inducing soineof the followingsymptoms, as dlxziuvHS, cuiifuhlou of ideas, defective nicinory p ivoriluu to society, blotch**, emissions, exhaustions, varicocele, etc., are parma nt-ntlv enred. PKIN4HV. KIDNEY and BLADDER troubles, wea* back, incontinence, gonorrhoea, gleet, stricture and all unnatural discharges are quick y and perfectly cured. SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS, chuhiuk ulcerii erupiion*, swelling in groin*, sore throat, fa ling hair, and ot h> r symptoms, are remove.t and all poison permanently erad icated from the syßtem. jLsV Treatment at office or by express. All letters strictly confidential. • 312 S. SPRING ST., Below Third. H OT KLD • il HOteIpIeASANTOS s^t^^ Hotel Terragina. ******* •*•MHHMHMLfIHV REDLANDS, CAL. £N the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moun tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Sea j- <*). CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop. WM. M. TISDAtE, Manager. IIA ttm ■ THE BOLLENBECK Best Appointed Hotel in FlneBt CafelD tll( ' ( ity ' A. C. BILICKE & CO., 1 UNION OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA. Producers and Refiners of PETROLEUM OIL Manufacturer* of Hisrh Grade Cylinder and Engine Oils. Large Producers ot Fuel Oil. San Francisco Office, 204 California st. Branch Office, 135 E. Second st, Los Angeles GEORGE M. SMITH, Tel. 1174-. io-<>iy Manager 1,03 Angeles Branch._ REMOVAL OF .*Jt ALBERT_ I PARTRIDGE, FASHIONABLE TAILOR J^^^^p-^ v TO 12S W. SECOND ST. „ Where ne will be pleased to in; et all i uitomers. Just Received, a Large Stock of A - " " " * ,ttll an(l VVintor P°°us. -^* =Si= 128 W. SECOND ST., NEAR SPRING. NILES PEASE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DE\LER IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, LACE AND SILK CURTAINS, PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, &c. 337-339 341 SOU Til SPRING STREET. IMPORTING GROCER, 136-138 S. Spring ■ 7-23 lv _ HOLIDAY PRESENTS -ROOMINGS' PORTRAITS Either Crayons, Sepias or Water Colors. Prices Will Astonish Yon. NOTE DISPLAY AT HALL OF 281 a SPRING ST. Bring any photo you wish enlarged. Alio Designing ana angra ving. E. S. COMINGS, 221 Sonth Spring Street.