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NOTES Weather Bnmu. Report of observations taken at Lot Angelea, Hot. 16, 1893: B-00 a. 6:00 p 34 83 Maximum temperature, 67. Minimum temperature, 45. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Continued fair, wilh possibly threatening weather Friday: slight changes in temperature, light to fresh west to north winds. A, Cold Wot*. A special messsge from chief of the weather bureau reports a cold wave for Kansas and Nebraska: tbe temperature will fall 15 toJO degrees by Saturday morning. A cold wave will occur in Colorado; the tem perature will I*U about 20 degrees by Irlday morning. Bnrglare entered the Pleasanton hotel tha other night and stole some silver ware. A runaway express wagon belonging to Wells, Fargo & Co., created wild ex citement on Main street last evening. Mr. Lonis F. Vetter has issued a neat pamphlet giving full information about insurance rates and the relations of in surer and insured. Early yesterday morning the clothing store next to the old musem on North Main street, waß entered by burglars who got away with a lot of goods. A warrant was issued yesterday for the arrest of Clyde Ewing, Al. Page and John Doe, on a charge of stealing *28.50 and a silver watch from Yuen Truck. An opinion in the case of D. D. Black burn ot al. vs. Andrew Nelson was re ceived from the supreme court yester day. The case was an important one, being an action to quiet title. Judg ment was affirmed. Mr. C. H. Fberle, editor of the Dow ney Champion, has written to the chamber of commerce stating that he is anthorized to offer lor exhibit at the midwinter fair, an orange tree 15 feet in beight and in full bearing. See tbe public trials of Wolcot's gold medal emery files today near the old court house, on Spring street, from 10 to 12 a. m. and 4to 6 p. m. These use ful files will sharpen all kinds of edged tools. Price reduced to 25 cente. What might have been a fatal acci dent occurred yesterday afternoon at 6 oclock on the corner of second and Broadway. A Boyle Heights cable car ran into a delivery wagon of the Pacific dairy, causing more excitement than damage. Grand exhibition today at 4 o'clock on vacant lot, Third and Broadway. Three large fires will be built to test the Worcester chemical fire pails adopted by state and. county buildings and prominent business men. The public are invited. The baloon ascension to take placs at Westlake park Sunduy afternoon will have a novel feature not heretofore given in this city, that Prof. Ronndtree will descend from the clouds in a doable parachute. He has been very highly spoten of by the press throughout the United States for this novel and daring feat. He will sail at 3 o'clock. Martin Murphy the well known box ingmaster and trailer called at tbe Herald office last evening and stated tbat he is not the same Mnrphy who was arrested on Wednesday for borrow ing a stranger's rig while on a jag. Mr. Murphy states tbat the person arrested might either have given bis name to conceal his own or else he has never beard of the arrested man before. For Santa Cetelloa Island. Steamer sails from San Pedro every Saturday, connecting with morning trains from Los Angeles; returning Monday following. Wilmington Trans. Co., 130 W. Second st. Maker's Millinery. Just received a new line of placques, in all shades and qualities. These nov •lties being tbe proper thing, there are endless ways of shaping and trimming tbem. Also, have all colors in high crown sailors, in felt and silk top. Re member, our goods are all new, our g rices the lowest and our store, No. 257 outh Spring street, corner Third, iB the largest millinery store in Southern Cal ifornia. Rubio Canon and Bcho Mountain. Every citizen and tourist should visit this beautiful resort and scenery. Fare to Rnbio canon and return, $1, and Sun days 76 cente. See time tables. Good hotel. Take Terminal railway. Mt. Lows Railway. Grand mountain resort, good hotel at Echo monntain, fine view, countlesß attractions. Three trains Saturday and Snnday; reduced rates Sunday; see time card. East Star Oyster 00. Fresh frozen oysters in bulk 05 cents a quart, cans 60 cents. Call and be con vinced tbat we have the best oysters in town. 244 8. Main st. JOTTINGS. King's Daughters Entertainment. The programme ottered by the King's Daugh ters for Saturday afternoon at First Methodist church, Broadway, is one of rare interest, em bracing six musical numbers by some of our best local talent, and a paper by the gifted Mrs, Kate Tupper Qalpiu on School Kthlcs. Tickets 25 cents, on sale at Hrown'B music store. Hair Goods-Hair Goods. In the above line I am selling out below cost. Any one requiring anything in the above line will save money by calling at the Surprise jnillnery store, 242 South Spring street. A. J. Rlethmuller, proprietor. "Christmas bells" will soon be ringing, bring ing joy to the hearts of all. Tbe new sachet pow der called "Uhrlstmas Bells" is the daintiest of •11 sachets and has made a hit. Manufactured by H. M. Sale & Son, druggists aud perfumers, 220 8. Spring street. Wall Paper Down. We are going out ol the wholesale business, ■nd must sell retail at wholesale prices; will show goods with pleasure whether you buy or not. CHICAGO WALL PAI'KR HOC;E, 237 S. pri ng street. A. B. Chapman Sells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond ranges, the two best stoves in America, Uousj hold goods a specialty. 414 B. bpringst. Wall Paper. At wholesale, goo.l paper, sc: pries of hang ing, 10c. a roll: your chance now; get samples. y. j. baurk, 2:»7 s, Spring. J. C. Cunningham. Manufacture sod dealer lv tr-.nik'J and Iravel- Ung bags, 23t> s. coring kt. Tel, SIS, If You Need a Truss Callat Beekwith's phaviHiivy, ao:i i.'ortli Main A St guaranteed. A Hedsru IMiluuery Store, ■oilman a 00., - 10 8. Snrlrur at MEMORANDA. Tbe Hotel Terracina at Redlands have tbe following persons aa guests at thia popular resort, who will remain during the winter: Mrs. H. C. Kingley, Mrs. Charles Rhodes, New Haven, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Willard. New York city; Mr. and Mrs. S. Hubbard, S. H Hubbard. Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Havrley, New Orleans: Mrs. B. Schu macher, Houston, Texas; W. B. Barton, Birmingham, Ala.; E. A. Pardee, Boss ton; H. Waldo Forster, Pernambuco, Brazil: Mrs. M. A. Hines, Brooklyn, N. V.; Mrs. M. H. Gibson, New York; E. R. Smith, Sioox City, la.; R. M. Carrer, Chicago; Mrs. W. L. Elliott, Miss Elliott. Dr. George Elliott, Wm. T. Hobßon, Ban Francisco; O. B. Olson, Chicago; B F. Coulter, Los Angeles; W. Chapman, East San Gabriel. Among tbe most striking of the pho togravure landscapes displayed in the window of Sanborn, Vail & Co., 133 South Spring etreet, is one after Julien Rix' celebrated painting, entitled Canon of tbe Colorado, and printed, a: it is, in sepia-colored ink, tbe atmos pherical effect is wonderful, doing fall justice to the original picture. Go to Ebinger's restaurant. Third and Spring streets; regular dinners and best order bouse in the city. Everything firßt-class. Attentive white waiters; no Chinese employed. Open Irom 6 a. m. to 12 o'clock midnight. Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 South Spring etreet. Special attention given to obstetrical cases and all diseases oi women and children. Electricity scien tiflcallv used. Consultation hours Ito 5. Telephone 1227. In addition to tbeir large assortment of oak screens, with Bilk fillings, San born, 'Vail & Co. have added a line ol beautiful Japanese screens with from two to four folds, and print within the reach of all. If you want to get a 50-cent meal for 25 cents go to tbe Cosmopolitan dining hall, 219 and 221 Wast Second street, batween Spring and Broadway, next to Herald office. Shoup & Elliott, pro prietors. Mme. Da Barry's hair dressing and manicuring parlors, 242' 2 S. Broadway; zlao a select line v« French toilet prep arations for the implexion. Ladies' call and see latest i eradicate wrinkles. S. Conradi, optician, watchmaker and jeweler, 121 and 123 North Spring Btreet, corner Franklin. Fine diamond setting a specialty. Watches, clocks and jew elry carefully repaired and warranted. Dr. Charles de Szigethyia ..ow 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 picture or anything in the art line, do not fail to visit Lichtenberger's art em porium, 107 North Main street. End less variety and lowest prices. Children's school shoes, the largest stock, the best wear and the lowest prices at the cheapest place on earth for Loots and shoes, lib East First between Main and Los Angeles streets. Card players should hear Evangelist Smith tonight. For men. This after noon at 3 a Bible reading for Christians, both men and women, at the Young Men's Christian Association. Why pay $1 for a dozen "War, war, war" photographs when you can get one dozen full sized cabinet portraits for 75 cents at the Lamsoc studio, 313 South Spring street. The Dewey Gallery, 147 S. Main, first class cabinets $1 per dozen ior 30 days. Come early ro you will not miss this opportunity. This is no lake. All work shall be good. The best remedy for irritating bron chial cough and sorenetß in the lunge is Howell's Cough Mixture. We recom mend it. A. E. Littleboy, 311 South Spring. Just meander down to 324 South Spring street, if you want anything in the fur niture line. The sign reads: Woodham & Co., and that is the place you want to go. Deposit your Mexican dollars and all kinds of old silver at the silversmith's and draw out new spoonß, forks, etc. Always open. Basement Times building. For pure Sonoma Zinfandel, sweet wines, brandies and whiekies call at E. Fleur's, 404-406 N. Los Angeles st. East ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224. Elainore Hot Springs and Lake View hotel. Full particulars regarding this famous resort at tbe Hammsm bath, 230 South Main street, Los Angeles. Come to 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. The Worcester Chemical Fire Pails will give an exhibition of their work this afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the corner of Third and Broadway. War! War! BijonStudio, 2218.Spring et. We meet the cut. Cabinet Photos, Jl per doz. Not cheap Main-st. work, but Bncb as we display. For good meat and sausages of all kinds, call at Louie Streuber's. Orders promptly attended to. 138 N. Main Bt., telephone 160. Come early if yon want to get a seat at Evangelist Smith's talk to gamblers. Y. M. C. A. 209 South Broadway, 7 :30 to night. Adams Bros., dentists, 239 South Spring street. Painless filling and ex tracting. The best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. We will send Advance sewing ma chines on trial to any lady in Loa An geles. Call or address 128 South Main Btreet. Sanitarium—Pico and Hope sts.; tel. 138. Dr. Oowles, Wilson blk., First and Spring; tel. 883. 10 to 12 a.m., 3 too p.m. Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re pairing. A. <i. (iardner, 222 South Los Angeles street and 654 S. Spring etreet. Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon Office and residence, 12ti Main, new McDonald block; telephone 284. Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. (Jarl Kurtz, physicians and surgeons, have removed their offices to 147 South Main Btreet. Dr. K. D. Wise, office 226 South Spring street. Office hours from 8 to 10 a.m. and 3to f> p.m. Telephone 340. Special sale of lamps this week at Parmelee's. See show window, 232 and 234 south Spring etreet. J. B. Mitchell, attorney-at-law, has removed from Temple block to 229 West First etreet, room 1. Dr. M. Hilton Williams, head, throat nnd chest diseases. Office, 137 South Broadway. Robert Sharp <t Co,, funeral directors (independent), 536 S. Spring st.; tel. 1029. See VV. P. Mcintosh's display ad. ofor aufre and lemon lands in another column. Board and room at the Bellevue Ter race at $1.28 per day. Insure with A. C. Goleh, 117 South Broadway. Indian relics at Campbell's, 325 South tip i kg. . . Ir. McCoy, eye, ear, throat, Bryson bk. Or. Var>» »«» «.«.«» .131 8. Soring, LOS ANGELES HERALD FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17. 1893. THE NEVADA SOUTHERN. .. iDENT BLAKE ADDRESSES THE PASADENA PEOPLE. Ex-Mayor Rsxsrd Dosorlbss tiio Boat* mid Mr. C. Malholland Outlines tbe Mineral Wealth of th* Region to Be Traversed. At the invitation of bankers and busi ness men of Pasadena, Mr. Isaac E. Blake, president of the Nevada Southern railroad, went ont there yesterday after noon to attend a meeting of the board of trade, called for the special purpose. The meeting waa held at the board of trade rooms, the president of the board presiding. Nearly all tbe leading bankers, mer chants, capitalists, property owners and other leading cit zens ol Pasadena and vicinity were present. Mr. Blake was introduced by tbe chairman and gave a concise and clear account of the Nevada Southern, from the beginning of the work op to the present time. He showed that the 30 miles of road now in operation, together with all rolling stock and other equip ments, have been paid for by himself without borrowing one dollar. Kx-Mayor Hazard of Los Angeles des cribed to tbe meeting what haa been done here to aid tbe Nevada Southern and the great interest taken in the enterprise by every business man and property owns; in the city. By using a iarge map he also made it clear to the meeting the great outlet this line woald afford for the citras fruits and other products of Southern California, and bow much it would shorten the distance to Chicago and all points east. The chairman then introduced C. Mulbolland, who gave at cone derable length a description of the coal and iron deposits of Utah. The gold, silver and UuJ mines that will be reached by the road were briefly described, and also I the rich copper mines of St. George. Cattle, sheep and other stock interests were described, and also fertile valleys that will be settled up by thousands of people when the railroad shall be ex tended. Very deep interest was taken in the enterprise by all present. Evidence of this is found in the fact that by unanimous vote a resolution was adopted, to tbe following effect: That the people of Pasadena are in hearty sympathy with the enterprise of building the Nevada Southern railroad, and the board oi trade earnestly com mend the pi c ject, and recommend that all the financial aid possible be given it by the people of Pasadena. In accordance with the resolution a committee of members of the board of trade was appoi' ted to wait upon the citizens of Pasadena and take subscrip tions in aid of the road. MEMORANDA. Gamblers should heur Evangelist F. C. Smith at the Young Men's Christian Association tonight. Get a card from the pack. Gas fixtures at Parmelee's. A Card. Editors Herald: The Evening Er preßs this evening, in its talk on the midwinter fair, states that some of the gentlemen present at Thursday's meet ing expressed uncomplimentary viawa against the board of supervisors, and de clared tbat the supervisors were endeav oring to obstruct the matter by "akull- I doggery." The report in the Express ac to that matter ie a mistake, and nothing of tbe kind occurred. Myself and the balance of the committee know tbat the members of the board have tried to do their duty in this matter, and have acted fairly, gentlemanly and friendly to the fair. Not one word un complimentary to the board has been expressed, either by myself or any other member of she committee, to tue Even ing Express or to any one else. J. S. Slauson. A MOUNTAIN KKSORT For the Benefit or the Invalid and Pleas ure Seeker. Railroad rates take a big drop. One fare from any S&uta Fe Bistton to the Lino View | Hotel and Dr. Boyet's Hot Springs sanitarium, Blalnore, Riverside county, Cal. Dr. Royer will reiurn you free if you stay at Lake View Hotel fcur (4) days, or you can stay as v uch longer as desired, and the above con tract will be carried out. Read careiully. When you buy your ticket take a receipt irom the agent. This is Impor tant, aa you must present your receipt to Dr. Royer at the Lake View Hotel, for which he will furnish you a return ticket, costing you nothing. These rates are good any day in the week. This beautiful mountain resort is at this time attracting general Interest of both the In valid and pleasure seeker, on account of the wonderful cures made by the hot mineral water and mud baths, and the diversified j modes of diversion, s th as rowing, sall.ng, shooting, riding and viewing the most pic turesque scenery of both mountain laud and waicr 10 be found anywhere. If you are sick go to Dr. Royer's sanitarium; 1300 feet eleva tion, perfect environments and medicinal water thattnever fails. The management makes these rates to induce the public to visit this resort, knowing that a visit paid a friend is made. Inquire at the Santa Fe offices, or at the Los Augeles office of the resort, .30 South Main street, I.os Angeles, Cal. H >tel rates are $2 per day. Good rooms and board for $8 per week, and more elega nt oues up to ?15. There are thousands of duckß ou the lake at this time. Royer A Tr.uma<;en, Props. WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO —,?wort>. — ~P^S AT CHICAGO, FOR FINK rBOTOGRAPHIC WORK; also, first premium! above all competitors at fair held October, 1592, and at all previous exhibits wherever work was entered for competition iv the state. Largest and most complete photographic studio in Southern California, All the latest styles and designs üßed. IQT NORTH SPRING ST. 11 23m CO. DR J - p - TLIDOR . Manager. RUBBER PLATES-UPPER OR LOWER: ir/'-\ First Grade, 88jtM). Saoond tirade, $1,50, Third Grade, $5.03. >^J^'aA^i if \ Cement Fillings 50c to 76c Aluminum Plates. sJIO.OO to 9?1"'.00 .' Sc. Por-Blaln crown* 3-80 to H.OO by any anaesthetic de (iiilii i mwiiK 5.U0 10 7.ih> t .iol.l Fiiniigs". . .............From *1.00 up ' f gas a specialty. silver or Amalgam Fillluss... ">oe to 100 "tsel IHE TDDOR DENTAL C '-SSUKgf* Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking ABSOU/TEiy PURE MONEY COMING IN. Th* Midwinter Fair Projeot ln a From- ■sing CondlMon. It appears tbat there is some trouble about obtaining the appropriation made by tba supervisors to the Southern Cal ifornia exhibit at the midwinter fair, bnt the executive committee seem still resolute. The committee having charge of th* matter expecting to receive this appropriation had called a meeting of the commissioners for theothercounties for Friday, to consummate the matter ol starting tbe building at San Francisco and very properly determined that money lor tbis county part of the build ing must be ready at tbat meeting. Yesterday they started out and raised $5000 from 11 persons as follows, and it is stated that but one person aaked re fused. This shows the sentiment ot this many of our leading citizens to be highly in favor of the matter: Gen. M. H. Sherman, $500; D. Free man, $500; K. H. Wade, $500; T. D. Stimson, $500; K. Cohn & Co., $500; J. S. 81auson. $500; J. Bixby A: Co.. $500; Gov. John G. Downey, $500; J. B. Lank erehim, $500; Redondo Beach company, $600; J. W. Muir for Southern Pacific Railroad company, $500. And then 10 of the leading men have subscribed enough to about pay tbe cost of Los Angeles county's part of erecting the building. It further shows that the old guards of the city's enterprise and prosperity are not dead, and believe, as haa been all tbe time claimed, that Southern California cannot, must not and will not fail to do itself honor at the midwin ter fair. It is to be regretted that any obstacles of law or personal or official action should prevent the present pay ment of this appropriation from th : s county. It is to be hoped, however, that some proper plan, satisfactory and safe to all, will be found by which tbis appropriation may be made available. The act. on of the convention of tbe counties today will piobably determine the future of the matter, and if all are ready, the work will be proceeded with and tha people of the county be called upon at the proper time for the required funds, and we do not doubt that the persons charged with the duty will be liberally met and sustained in their ef fort*. In Olden Times People overlooked the importance ol permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied 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 tirmlly injnre the system. KI'SEItAL NOTICES. | )j\ IVA lloruia Lodge No. 278. f. auo A. \M , are rurß' j invested to ff "\ raeft.at lodge room on Friday, No <£# "*y> i/ember 17th. at 1 o'clock lor tho pm f-poi.' of ittendlng the fnnera our late brother, Charles Usher I v Swalne. 'By order W. M. F. 0, WOODBURY, 'ecretary. The funeral of Brother Charles TJaher Swalne (late a member of Yellowstone Lodge No. 20, F. and A.M., of Miles Clt;, Montana) will be held from residence, 1134 Kast FLst street, at 2 p.m. today (Friday!. Masonic services will be conducted by Southern California Lodge No. 278 t and A.M. M.mbera will meets: Masonic nail at 1 o'clock sharp. VisltlDg brethren ln good standing co dl*lty invited to attend. C. W. BLAKE, Secretary Masonic Board of Belief. »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦4>»»S>» | Wealth Secured | J BY BUYING GOJDB OF * | TOE GASH GROCERS, 1 ♦ 216 and 218 S. Spring St | T Choice T*ble Delicacies, Bed Kick 2 t' Prices, onrteous Attention. a SPBCIMEN PRICKS: Z a 17 lbs Granulated -.ugar $1 Ot) * T i lb Price's Baking Powder 45 X lib Royal Baking Powdor 4ft * X 1 lb Cleveland i'owder 45 X 5 lbs Rice for - s ♦ Z City Flour, per sack 80 X holce Northern Flour 100 *, X 4 lbs New Prunes 25 X t> lb. Oat or Wheat Flake 25 my i.ermea— • • •• 20 a X Imp rted Sardines 1"> A _ oood Sardines 05 4. X Monroe MLk 11 I X Try our unrivaled half-dollar "Spider ♦ <y Leg" Tes. Also our excellent high grace ♦ ♦ .'lyson, Japand Formosa Oolong Teas.ano ♦ ♦ the famous Chase & Sanborn Cofl'ees, the • ♦ best in thesworld. AU goods lirst-clais at ♦ I Hanna & Bureh, f 5 210-218 S Spring St. MINOR POLICE CASES. Patty Law Bnakcri Who Roetvod Justice Yesterday. Frank Guerero was fined $5 in Judge Seaman's conrt yesterday for disturb ing the peace. The case of H. L. Meyers, on a sim ilar charge, was continued until today. B. Weller appeared in court on a charge of driving cattle through Kuhrts street. His case was set for tomorrow. Dolores Canada, arrested on a similar charge, was lined $10 and was released on a guaiantee of Chas. Gaseen, for whom he drove the cattle. The petty larceny caie o! John Moore wae continued. The prosecuting witness in the Chew Tak battery case failing to appear, tbe case was dismissed. Harlan Morse, arrested on a charge of battery, will be given sentence today at 1:30 o'clock. Thomas D. Kinsr, who disturbed tbe peace, will be given a trial today. Tbe passing of sentence upon John Doe Morse, who wan lonnd guilty of assaulting Mre. J. R. Richards, wae postponed nntil today. The case of Daniel Kerane, who got into the toils on a charge of resisting an officer, was, on agreement of the attor neys for the prosecution and for the defense, continued to a futuie date. . The usual number of drunkr were fined from $2 to T 5. miles' Nsrre and Liver Pills Act on a new prinoiple—regulating the liver, stomach aud bow ls thrumtb the nerves. A new dlseovery. Dr. Miles' pills speedily cv c bit iousness. bad tastes, torpid liver, piles, consti pation. Unequaled for mn. women and chil dren. Smallest, mildesi, surest Fifty doses 25 cents. Samples free. O. tl. Hauce, 177 North spring. ! KAN-KOOI » ♦ £' i J HAS THE ♦ : JAPANESE : ♦ I HEMP AND I ♦ • \ COTTON RUG j t I X i n those sizes; 2x3 feet, 2xl f et. 4 « 3x4 ie»(. 3xB [fwt, 4x7 (cut, tisti « X I•- ,< 0 I. til tw. t»xU teet X * »,1 1 Xts feet. these Kgs are «> 4) iqtialln bam imi dv tibilitv 10 X | 4 anyß'igiu i\ m t. au.l at h*l( X X tee mo cy. vthy hnj 1 urk.sh s> V Rug si s fauey pr cc? 1 >me nd 4> 4> see ibe*e Rugs. We are pleased to ♦ <v show ilium. 4> * t I KAN-KOO. X 110 8. rpring St., Opp. Nadeau Hotel. a i 10-8 3m Z ♦ ♦ I I DOCTOR WHITE'S PRIVATE DISPENSARY, 128 UOETH IMI.A.IIET ST. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (ESTABLISHED 188(11 NERVOUS DEBILITY, rtiiuiimi wetikuesf, impoteney, etc., inducing noma of the ijl lowing to nipiom*, as dizsinefta- CtJl«ftlHitfD Uf Hlt Hri, «' l* iti VM lllHlllir , , aversion to society, bloteti**** emltfalon,., exhannttonii, raricocele, etc., are parma nentlv cured. trouuien, wudh- bae*U, moouiiucnce, gouorrbtua, gltet, stricture and ait umatural discharges are quioky aud perfectly curad. SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS, causing ulcers, erup ions, swelling ln groins, sore throat, fa.ling hair, nnd other symptoms, are remove j and all poison peimanently erad icated from the system. *sW~Trea r sent at office or by express. All letters strictly confidential. M Peter. WillN»t Trousns llSf'* J|P -}.JJ NT 5 * Bt. Petes.-Whjic did y W rj,t those CloNw? Amiaw- /it Qrabel The TX\lor, ST PttER.- you're AHnfcVA, W*Ak in.. 312 S SPRING ST., Just Below Third. Hotel Terraginh. REDLANDS, CAL. JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent mount tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Sea- | son. CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop. WM. M. TISDALE, Manager. , „ m _ "I THE HOLLENBtCK ** Appointed Hotel in ujf" I'lffim *' I American and Bnropeau Plans. .. Firat-e«w» Service. : . C Jj" ij*j>p v i Beasonable Kates. Finest Cafe in the City A. C. BILICKE & CO., 2 10-7 6m PBOt'Rllt'OßS REMOVAL OF J. PARTBIDuE, FASHIONAB LE TAILOR TO 128 W. SECOND ST ■ > Where he will bo pleased to meet al! customers. *W >%, Jnst Received, a Large Stock of - - • Fall and Winter o.ds. * ; i.._-«JWsr% i2g aK foxD ST., Nit Alt BPRINO. UNION OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA. Producers and Refiners of PETROLEUM OIL Manufacturers of High Grade Cylinder and Engine Oils. Large Producers of Fuel Oil. San Francisco Office, 204 California st. Branch Office, 135 E. Second st., Los Angeles GEORGE! M. SMITH, Tel 117*. ion iy Manager Log Ai geles Branch. NILES PEASE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX FURNITURE, CARPETS, LACE AND SILK CURTAINS, PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, &c. 337-839-341 SOUTH SPRING STREET. SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL. COAL! COAL! COAL! Stock Up For the Winter and Get the Benefit of Summer Prices. HANCOCK BANNING, Tela. B6 and 1047. 8-13 tf ISO Wet-t Se<;oml St IMPORTING GROCER, 136438 N. Spring 7-39 ly _J IXL Livery and Boarding Stable GEO. PREUTZ, Prop. Successor to L. WILHEI M. 820 8. MAIN ST. IKIBPBO R 307. i/HlMy/V Special attention In hacks, lsrtles'and Bontlemcu's sadde hors»». Good rigs. Prices reasonable. B >Hr ling at low iatet>. Br.e hi kblQfc HOLIDAY PRESENTS ?ri a^ PORTRAITS !$- Eiiher Crayons, Sepias or Water Colors Prices Will Astonish You. NOTE DISPLAY AT HALL OF 221 a SPKINO ST. Brluit any photo you wish enlarged. Alio Designing and HDgraving. E. S. COMINGS, 221 South Spring Street.