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Weather Bureau.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
Mov. 31, 1893:
8:00 a, n
8:00 p. xt
88
Maxlmnm temperature, 62.
Minimum temperature, 44.
Indications.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair weath
er; stationary followed by lower temperature;
light to fresh westerly winds becoming north
f rly. Generally light frosts Thursday morning,
except along the ocean.
Jessie McCormack, 27 years of age,
was adjudged insane yesterday, and
committed to Highlands asylum.
Lew Van was discharged from custody
yesterday. He is a Chinaman wbo was
arrested under the exclusion act and
given a hearing before Commissioner
Van Dyke.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union telegraph company's
office, corner Main and Court streets, for
Chas. 8. Hamlin, Lee Gen Tong (Chi
nese store), Clara Willis.
The monthly drill and inspection of
the police was held yeßterday by Chief
Glass, (ten. John Mansfield made the
inspection and also a pleasant address
on the fine appearance of the men.
Clyde Ewing and Willie Emmett,
two of the boys who are charged with
having held up and robbed Yuen Tnck
last Thursday night, were arraigned in
Justice Seaman's court yesterday. The
examination was set for next Saturday
at 9:30 o'clock.
The East Los Angeles Baptist church
was again filled last night with a large
audience to hear Evangelist George
Robert Cairns. Mr. Cairns and Mrs.
Dome sang a beautiful duet, entitled
That Heavenly Home. The evangelist
spoke from the theme, Tbe Enormity
of Sin.
Last evening was Old Folks' evening
at the Vincent religions crusade. The
fathers and mothers in Israel gathered
together to receive a special blessing for
themselves and to listen to a discourse
by Rev. B. C. Corey, pastor of the First
M. E. church of Pomona. All persons
over 40 yearß of age were specially in
vited to the service, bnt yonnger people
were not excluded, and religious enthu
siasm was so great with many young
people that quite a sprinkling of young
ladies and gentlemen were present. Tbe
services of today will be as follows:
Boys' meeting in the afternoon; in the
evening Rev. B. C. Corey will preach
to yonng men in the Epworth leagne
raom of the Vincent church.
For Santa Catallna Inland.
Steamer sails from San Pedro every
Saturday, connecting with morning
trains from Los Angeles; returning
Monday following. Wilmington Trans.
Co., 130 W. Second et.
Mew Butts Filed.
Papers in tbe following new euita
were filed with the county clerk yester
day:
Amos 8. Kimball va. E. E. Hall. Suit
to forecioae mortgage.
8. E. Bisbee vs. D. A. Campbell. Suit
to quiet title.
G. L. Arnold va. Mary E. Mackey.
Suit to foreclose a atreet aasesament.
G. H. Stewart vb. A. M. Shielda et al.
Suit to recover |350 alleged due on
promissory note.
Haker'i Millinery.
Being overstocked on fall millinery
we have reduced prices in every depart
ment of onr stock.
Have you seen our velvet hate, al
ready trimmed with feathers and rib
bons, complete for $1.95? There are not
many left, bo call early at our store, 257
South Spring atreet, corner Third etreet.
Cheapest place in town to buy your mil
linery.
World's Fair Columbian Edition Illus
trated Herald.
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, is now on Bale by
all the newsdealers and at the Hekald
business office, It contains 48 pagea of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustrations. As a publica.
tion to eend to eastern friends it hae
never been equalled. Price, 15 cents in
wrappers.
Kubio Canon and Kcho Mountain.
Every citizen and tourist should visit
this beautiful resort and scenery. Fare
to Rubio cation and return, $1, and Sun
days 75 cents. See time tables. Good
hotel. Take Terminal railway.
The Glenwood stove can only be had
at the W. C. Furrey company, 159 and
161 North Spring street.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davia
sewing machines. Drop postal card to
228 South Main street.
Howry & Breaee, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
JOTTINGS.
Hair Goods—Hair Goods.
In tbe above line I am selling out below
cost, Any one requiring anything in the above
line will save money by calling at the Surprise
mllinery Btore, 242 South Spring street. A. J,
Kiethmuller, proprietor.
Wall Paper Down.
we are going out of the wholesale business,
and must sell retail at wholesale prices; will
show goods with pleasure whether you buy or
not. CHICAGO WALL r-AREK HOUSE, 237 S.
prlng street.
Our Home Brew.
Haler & Zobeleln's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draHght In all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly In bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 414 Aliso Btreet. Tele
phone 91.
A. B. Chapman
Bells the Glenwood raugeß and Richmond
ranges, the two best stoves in America. House
cold goods a specialty. 414 a. Spring st.
Wall Paper
At wholesale, good paper, sc; price of hang
ing, 10c. a roll; your chance now; get samples.
F. J. BAUER, 237 S. Spring.
J. C. Cunningham.
Manufacture and dealer iv trunks aud travel
ling bags, 23« B. Spring st. Tel. 813.
Carpet Cleaving at Bloeser's.
satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 454-50
B. Broadway. Tel. 127.
If You Need Truss
Callat Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed.
A Modern Millinery Store.
uonman & Co, 240 S. Springst.
Try Yon Graefe's Positive Headacho Cure.
Fire Insururiri, Ratne Reduced.
Independent of the ••compact," Sen £as!;er
vll c, 218 <Jorm Mam buil.ilu.') atid
save niouej.
Or. I>. S. Diffenbaoher, Dentist.
No. 8. Spring street; rooms 1 and 5.
MEMORANDA.
Tbe Worcester fire pails were tested
yesterday at the corner of Third and
Broadway on three large fires. Tbe two
gallon'force pail, throwing a chemical
stream over 30 feet, putting out the fire
in a few seconds. Tbe Protection chem
ical pail, the solution thrown on with a
cup, did wonderful execution. The
first cupful got the fire under control;
a few more pints completely putting ont
the fire. The elevator shaft test, burn
ing over 25 feet high, was extinguished
instantly with two cnps oi chemical.
The annual fair and grand bazaar
given by the Woman's gnild of St.
John's Episcopal church, opens today
at Music hall, 231 South Spring street,
at 10 o'clock. The ball is resplendant
in color and beauty, and the fancr and
beantiful articles, art goods, etc., on
sale are attractive and amazingly cheap.
Admission to the bazaar free.
Framed pictures are a leading spe
cialty at Sanborn, Vail & Co. 's. They
have just received 100 pairs of assorted
subjects, new designs of frames, and are
all sailing at prices to suit the times.
This assortment comprises etchings, en
gravings and photographs, easels to
match. 133 S. Spring street.
Go to Kbinger'e restaurant, Third and
Spring streets ; regular dinners and best
order bouße in the city. Everything
first-class. Attentive white waiters; no
Chinese employed. Open from 6 a. m.
to 12 o'clock midnight.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 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 1-27.
Ii you want to gat a 50-cent meal for
25 cents go to the Cosmopolitan dining
hall, 219 and 221 West Second street,
b.tween Spring and Broadway, next to
Herald office. Shoup & Elliott, pro
prietors.
S. Conradi, optician, watchmaker and
jeweler, 121 and 123 North Spring street,
corner Franklin. Fine diamond setting
a specialty. Watches, clocks and jew
elry carefully repaired and warranted.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located
in the Bryson block. Residence, Baker
block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. Sun
days and evenings by appointment. Of
fice telephone, 1156; residence, 1056.
If you desire to purchase a framed
picture or anything in the art line, do
not fail to visit Lichtenberger's art em
porium, 107 North Main street. End
leßS variety and ioweet prices.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, tbe best wear and the lowest
prices at the cheapest place on earth for
boots and shoes, 118 East First between
Main and Los Angeles streets.
Rev. J. B. Stewart of Pasadena will
deliver a lecture tonight at tbe Unity
club, on The TTnscholarly Search of a
Lower Criticism or The Future oi Ortho
doxy. Admission free.
The Dewey Gallery, 147 S. Main, first
claaa cabinete $1 per dozen for 30 days.
Come early ao yon will not miss this
opportunity. This is no fake. All work
shall be good.
The best remedy for irritating bron
chial cough and soreness in the lungs is
Rowell'B Cough Mixture. We recom
mend it. A. E. Littleboy, 311 South
Spring.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at tbe silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Basement Times building.
Grand piano recital at First M. £.
church by Carlyle Peteerilea, Friday
evening, November 24th. Tickets on
sale at Southern California mueic house.
The finest pbotograpbß iv the city at
greatly reduced prices. Cabinetß 75
cents per dozen for a short time only.
Lamson studio, 313 South Spring street.
For pnre Sonoma Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at £.
Fleur'B, 404-406 N. Lob Angeles st. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Elsinore Hot Springs and Lake View
hotel. Full particulars regarding this
famous resort at tbe Hammsm bath,
230 South Main street, Lob Angelea.
Come to the old reliable Sunbeam
Studio, 236 and 238 S. Main Btreet, and
get one dozen full length cabinet photos
until further notice for 75 cents.
War I War! Bijou Studio, 221 S. Spring
st. We meet the cut. Cabinet Photos, $1
per doz. Not cheap Main-et. work, but
such as we display.
For good meat and sausages of all
kinds, call at Louis Streuber'e. Orders
promptly attended to. 138 N. Main at.,
telephone 160.
Adams Bros., dentists, South
Spring street. Painlesß filling and ex
tracting. The beat sets of teeth from $6
to $10.
We will Bend Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los An
geles. Call or address 128 South Main
Btreet.
M. P. Snyder at 222 South Spring
Btreet is Belling children's shoes for 25
centß that formerly sold for from $1 to
$1.25.
Sanitarium—Pico and Hope sts.; tel.
138. Dr. Cowles, Wilson blk., First and
Spring; tel. 883. 10 to 12 a.m., 3 too pan.
Mme. Dv Barry's wrinkle cream and
balm, the queen of skin foods, Bold at
242>2 South Broadway, next to city hall.
Pianoß for Bale, rent, tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Loa
Angelea etreet and 654 S. Spring street.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block ; telephone 284.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main Btreet.
IflSanborn, Vail & Co. are headquarters
lor all novelties iv the art line. All
branches of art materials, any goods to
paint upon. 183 S. Spring street.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 226 South Spring
street. Office hours from 8 to 10 a.m.
and 2to 5 p.m. Telephone 346.
Immense stock of rich cut glass and
plain French china at Parmelee's, 232
and 234 South Spring atreet.
Full line of music bozea and holiday
goods at Exton & Ciat'a, 329 South
Sprine street.
J. B. Mitchell, attorney-at-law, has
removed from Temple block to 229 Weat
First street, room 1.
Dr. M. H. Williams, specialist in cat
arrh, throat diseases, etc., 137 S. Bwdy.
Dr. Wallace A. Dunton, 304 N. Main.
Telephone, 1159, opp. St. Klmo hotel.
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent), 536 S. Sprint; at.; te1.1029.
See W. P. Mcintosh's display ad. of or
ange and lemon lands in another column.
Board and room at the Bellevue Ter
race at $1.25 per day.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Broadway.
Mechanical massage institute, 755
B:n:dway.
Rochester lamp heaters at Parma-
ItuV.
Curapbell'B curios for holiday goods.
Dr. McCoy, eye, ear, throat, Bryson bk.
!>-. Parry, c 1 fi Spring
250 envelopes iper, 25c.
Langstadter, 21 ;cx hotel.
LOST ANGELES HERALD WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22. 1893.
HIS BODY IN A CELLAR.
A Queer Story Being Investi
gated by the Police.
What May be Found in a Saloon
Cellar.
A Former Santa Ana MtnUter Bald to
Ham Been Kobbed and Murdered
In ths Heart of the Olty—A
Girl's Wild Statement*.
A most astonishing story of a mytte
tenons murder was reported to the
police liar before yesterday, which is
now being investigated.
The manner in which the story came
into their possession forms a weiredly
fascinating romance, and shonld tha as
sertions be substantiated it will make
one of the most thrilling chapters of the
criminal record oi thia city.
As told in the polioa office tha tale
seemß incredible, but there was inch
circumstantiality of detail that it was
enough to stagger the coolest heads.
A few years ago there was a voting
girl wbo lived in Santa Ana. She had
an unhappy marriage and drifted to
Los Angeles, where she joined tbe ranks
of women into whose mode of life one
cannot inquire to closely without find
ing much irregularity.
She lived first in one place and then
another and occupied relationships more
or less intimate with men. She had not
been long enough in tbe life she had
adopted to lose all the better instincts
of the respectable lineage irom which
she sprang, and never dropped into the
lowept ranks of tne half world.
She is at present living in the city in
aglodging house in the business heart of
town.
For some time she has been in de
pressed spirits and in various ways has
exhibited such a state of nervousness
and misery that it conld not bnt be ob
served.
Only a few days ago she seemed to
make up her mind to relieve herself of
what had been preying upon her mind.
The revelation she made, a little at
one time and a little more at another,
was horrifying.
Along in the early spring she wan
living in a lodging house which was
above a saloon. She had rooms there
and there were men who called upon
her.
In Santa Ana there had lived at one
time an elderly Methodist minister,
with whom she and her family had in
timate acquaintance. A few years ago
be removed to the northern portion
of the state, it ia said, to Humboldt
county.
He happened to be in Los Angeles
during tbe spring, as the girl relates.
In some manner he learned of the life
she was leading and came to see her in
the lodging house. He reasoned with
her about her life and gave her advice,
endeavoring to persuade her to return
to her family.
While there the girl became sick with
cramps and he volunteered to call a
physician. She told him that her
trouble was not serione. and that if he
would get ber some medicine, a patent
decoction, it would relieve her.
The aged minister went to a drng
etore, procured the medicine and
brought it to the room.
She had just taken a dose of it, when
the door opened Bnd two men and a
girl appeared. They came in. She waa
lyine in her bed, and saw at once that
something terrible was about to hap
pen.
The old man was attacked by those
who entered, and she saw another man
yet standing outside tbe door.
There was a struggle and the minister
was struck down. She believes he waß
stabbed.
She jumped screaming from her bed
and ran out of the room back through
the hall, but was told to ahut her mouth
or she would be injured.' Frightened to
death, she obeyed.
The girl solemnly asserts that her
family's old friend wae struck down and
robbed, and that the wounds he received
caused hia death.
She further asserts that the body wbb
taken by his murderers in the middla ot
the night, after they saw he had been
killed, and buried in the cellar under
neath the saloon, and that it is there at
the present time, in the center of tbe
business part of the city.
The story told is also to the effect that
that one of the partners in the saloon is
at this day wearing the watch taken
from the body of the old clergyman.
After the murder the girl found in the
room some blood by the lonnge and
called the attention of the housekeeper
to it. She also spoke of it to one of the
proprietors, and he told her that was
nothing.
Later, she says, she saw an advertise
ment in one of the city papers, inserted
by the wife of the minister, asking for
information as to his whereabouts, and
stating that he had mysteriously disap
peared.
The friends of the girl say that she is
not addicted to the uae of morphine or
opium, and believe that there is some
thing in her statements. It is also aaid
that ahe haa been threatened with death
if she tella what she knows.
For Over Fifty Yeara
Mas. VVINSLOW's Soothing ovarr haa been n c «,s
to; children twining It soothes tha chUri ■
softens the gams, a.Uys all pain, enws wind
col ie, and is ihe best remedy fir diarrhia.
Twenty-five cents a bottle. uiarrhtea.
WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO
j
AT CHICAGO,
FOR FINE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK; also, first premiums above all competitors at far held
October. 18!>2, and at all previous exhibits wherever wo.k was entered for competition in the
stale. Largest and most complete photographic studio iv Southern Callforui*. All the la'est
styles and designs ustd. * °
IQT NORTH SPRING ST. 11 23m
"THE CO.
J^ DR ' J " R TUDOR ' Man ag-er.
1 RUBBER PLATES—UPPER OR LOWER:
Fir "' a^ * de • * 3 0a - Second G.-ado, 83.50.
Third Grade, $5.00.
~^~^^^*^' !a Cpment Fillings 50c to 78c
Alun.iuum Plates $10.00 to $15.00 1 eeth extracted for 25c.
Porcelain Crowns. 2.50 to .1.0.) Painless extraction by any anaesthetic de-
Gold crowns 5.00 to ?.ot> tin a.
Gold Fillings From $1.50 up Th* administration of gas a specialty.
S ver or Amalgam Fillings... 50c to 1.00 £,£~ All iron guartnt ie t
iflE TUDOR DENTAL CO.,
* J4.'2?t lv I
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
PriVfaJ Baking
Powder
ABSOLUTELY PURE
REDDY BOUND OVER.
Mlh Berry Bay* She Kicked Him With
Both Feet.
The examination of John Reddy on a
charge of burglary 'Fith Intent to commit
rape waa held in Justice Seaman's court
yesterday afternoon.
Heddy is the fellow who entered the
room of two yonng girls at 715 South
Olive street some time ago.
Mrs. Berry, mother of the girls, testi
fied to tha facts already published. She
did not Bee Keddy, but beard him run
down the Btairs.
Eda Berry, upon whom the assault is
said to have been made, appeared on
the witness stand very much self-pos
sessed. She stated tbat when she was
awakened that night she found that the
covers had been thrown off her and
some one was attempting to unfasten
her clothes.
''Finding that it was not my mother,
I kicked him in the stomach with both
feet, and then screamed," said tbe girl,
who is 16 years old.
Tbere was nothing new brought out
in tbe evidence.
The court held Reddy to answer in
the superior court, with bail fixed at
$2000.
BOLD, BAD BURGLARS.
They Broke Into a Store and Got
Caught Afterward*.
Early yesterday morning burglars
broke into the tailor shop of N. F. Lar
sen, 232 South Main street, and stole
$75 worth of goods.
Tbe burglars broke in a rear door,
which was bolted. The goods stolen
consisted of suits of clothes and goods
in bolts.
Detectives Benson and Marsh went to
work on the case and yesterday landed
the culprits in jail.
There were arrested on Los Angeles
street and somi of the stolen property
found in their possession.
Tbey turned out to be A. 0. Langton
and Frank Riley, said to be very bad
characters and ex-convicts.
Immense.
That's What Tuky All Say.—lt is custom
ary lv these latter days to express our peifec
saiisfaction with a thing by saying "It's im
mense!" It's so expressive that nothing can
be added. Geo. L. Fiux, Philadelphia, Fa.,
says: "My wife has been taking your New
Cure for the heart, and says it is immense. She
has not been troubleed with pain or smother
ing spells sine;; using it." Jon. L. Rc> cits,
Slstington. Pa., says he is 75 years old and has
so tiered from heart disease for over 40 years.
Was treated without avail by prominent New
York physicians; grew constantly worse; took
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and was completely
cured. Bo.dby C. H, Hauct, 177 N. Spring 5..,
on a guarantee.
American and Forelarn Bazar.
A full line of fine Pore lain Sevres and a.l
important fabrics in I ntted S'.a;es and foreign
countr.e.; also a full line of Glassware of tl c
finest aud late.t desUns. Gr-*at assortment ol
Toys and Fausy Good-. 331 N. Main St., under
the St, Elmo. Dios de Leon, prop.
Largest Assortment of Fruits and Vej
tttables.
0 'oice white plume celery, new cfop cuts,
eastern chestuuts, etc., at, Althnuse Bros., 105
W. First street; tel. 398. Goods delivared.
Wagon umbrellas, summer iap dusters, Joy's
old reliable saddlery hou-e, 315 N.Los Angenei.
80WERkR0#ir^«^V^
DIED
DKYDES — Miss Lottie Drydeu, an d 21, Tues
day, November 21st, at !);U0 o'clock".
Funeral will tact, place from her late resi
dence, 146 Grithu avenue, East Lo<t Ansekr.
Friends and acquaintances are invited to at
tend.
Wealth Secured
BY BUYING GOODS OF
HAIA&BDRGH,
THE CASH GROCERS,
216 and 218 S. Spring St.
Choice Tsb'.e Delicacies, Bed Rock
Prices, ourteous Attention
SPECIMEN PRICES:
17 lbs GranulUed iiigar $1 00
1 lb Price's Baking Powdor 45
1 lb Royal Baking Powder 45
1 lb Cleveland Bating Powder 40
5 lbs Rice for...'. 25
city Flour, per sack 80
• hoice Northern Flour 1 00
4 lbs New Prunes 25
ti lb, Oat or Wheat Flake 25
Germes.... 20
Imp rted eardines 15
f.ODd Sirdines 05
Monroe .Ml k 10
Try our unrivaled half-dollar "Spider
Leg" Tea. Aiso our excellent hijrb gra-e
Hysou, Jap and Formosa Oolong'l eas.and
the famous Chase & born Colt'ees, the
best iv the world. AM goods first-class at
Hanna & Bureh,
216-218 S Spring; St.
WANTS A CONTEST.
Billy Kennedy Challenge* O. W. Griffin
to a Boi'Dl Match.
Billy Kennedy is a husky, clever
young man with his fists, and has made
quite a record for himself. He is par
ticularly anxious to meet G. W. Oriffin
in a ring under the Queensbury rules.
He and Qriffin had a contest in Ana
heim about a year ago, in which the
fight was given to Griffin on a foul. Mr.
Kennedy states that the ruling was not
according to Hoyle and is more than
anxious to have another go at his man.
He has put up a forfeit, as will be seen
by the following challenge:
I hereby challenge G. W. Griffin, for
merly of Redlands but now of this city,
to a boxing contest of 30 ronnds with
gloves of tbe weight required by law,
for a purse of $100 a side and gate re
ceipts, the winner to take all. I have
tbis day deposited as a forfeit $50 with
the daily Herald. This challenge to
be open for acceptance until Monday
next at noon.
The entire purse to be put up on the
acceptance of this challenge, the contest
to come off within three weeks from the
signing of articles, stakeholder and ref
eree to be agreed upon.
Billy Kennedy.
In Olden Tltne*
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and were
satisfied with transient action, but now
tbat it is generally known that Syrup of
Figs will permanently cure habitual
constipation well-informed people will
not buy other laxativeß, Which act for a
time, but finally injure the system.
_Usk German Family Boap.
! IJMOOI
: :
♦ i
I Holiday Goods!
♦ ARK ARRIVING. ♦
♦ Ladles' 811k Embroidered Gowns. J
X Gentlemen's Bilk Jacketi. *
♦ Silk Handkerchiefs «.
T Hemp and Colton Ruga. ♦
X i-creensLacquer an t Porcelain. 2
♦ Mexican and Indi in Cnrlos. ♦
NAVAJO HI.ANK.tTri A t>FECIAI.TY. $
♦ ♦
| CALIFORNIA SOUVENIRS, |
X Including Shells, Views, Mosae', Wild X
♦ Flowers aud Woods. ♦
♦ ♦
♦ ♦
T Frsnc> and Cr?pe Tissue Fap?r in a i T
♦ ih de<. V
T F.shiouaolc Stationery snd Copper X
Plate Engraving. i
T £J»V~We iuvue your msptCiioa. J
♦ ♦
I KAN-KOO. I
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X 110 3. Spring St., Opp Nadeau Hole I. «
X 10-8 3m X
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WHITE'S
PRIVATE
DISPENSARY,
128 3STOBTH- MAIKT ST.
I.OS ANIiKI.ES, CALIF.
[ESTABLISHED 188(1 )
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
itmmai weHfiLnefcN lmpoiency, etc., Inducing
tonus of the following symptoms, aa d izzmeaa,
c<riifUft*<m uf ftinaa, 'I li-ctive memory,
Hvcr.lon to society, blotch**, ewlMMtona,
. xtianai<*<»ns* vHrlcocnltf, etc., are perma
n*-t t!v cured.
U <N »iV. Kill 'KY mi.il IH, U>I)KR
troui>len, wean bacn, incontinence, gunorrliuia,
filfet, stricture nnd ail uunatural discharges
■re quick y aid perfectly cured.
AND SYPHILIS,
causing ulcers, erup ion*, swelling in groin*),
6oie lit:cat, fn.hug liair, and other symptoms,
are remove* and at) poison peiotanenUy erad
icated from tho system.
sjjsW~'i'iiKAT.nem' at office or by express. All
letters strictly confidential,
m • ;JP Vm* Sorts
, .1 The Very Lalyt
312 S. SPRING ST.,
Just Below Third.
en "offo *nd »>n(clo,?or fain?
f '-'"''rl.K, '»™:3aPMrarTg lies and tr*n»lenta.
modern conveniences.
Hotel Terragina. '
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REDLANDS, CAL.
JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moan- '*
tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Sea
son. .
CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop.
WM. M. TISDALE, Manager. lt ., Gm
I THEBOLLENBECK •
Best Appointed Hotel in '
American and European Flans.
W%m "fe Central Location. a
ii First-class Service.
B l,aiil »nable Kates.
Finest Cafe in the City *
A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
WiNE Ijf [88 38. *
UNION OIL COMPANY:
OF CALIFORNIA.
Producers and Refiners of PETROLEUM OIL'
Manufacturers of Hirrli Grade Cylinder and Engine Oils. *
Large Prodncers ot Fuel Oil.
San Francisco Office, 204 California st.
Branch Office, 135 E. Second St., Los Angeles
GEORGE M. SMITH, 1
Tel. 1174.. lo oiy Manager Los Angeles Branch. J
NILES PEASE,:
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
LACE AND SILK CURTAINS, t
PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS, ,
WINDOW SHADES,
LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, &c.
837-339-841 SOUTH SPRING STRKKT. .
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL. „
COAL! COAL! COAL!-'
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices. f
HANCOCK BANNING,
........ ".
Tels. 86 and 1047. 8-13 tt 130 West Second St J
IMPORTING GROCER, 136438 N. Spring '
7-25 ly a CJ
I. T. MARTI N
ißf FURNITURE.
Carpets, Mattresses
Ash Bedioom Suits, $lfi. Sewing Machines,
$5, $10 and $J5
451 ©. SPRING STREET
Painless Dentistry
Kinc Gold Filliiiir,
Grown aud Br.dga
nMilßr tgguA All OpuratloDK
itW W Painless,
JSI bKT tekth '
STEVES & SON! 1,
7ffiwtf**n V\l iffr Booms 18-19,
UUUKAh all ft il ill, 107 IS. oPiiINU BXJ

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