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Waather Bureau.
Beport of observations taken at Lot Angeles,
,Hoy. 22, 1893:
6:00 a. ra
6 :(K> p. m.
i
80.111
8(1
Maximum temperature, 86.
Minimum temperature, 42.
Indication!,
forecast tor Southern California: Falrweath
ar; atatlonarytemperatnru; ioilowca by slight
ly warmer; light to fresh no:;herly winds, be
coming southerly.
Diego Ornz, an Indian, was brought to
the oounty jail yesterday from Yuma on
a charge of selling liquor to Indians.
Officer Stewart is filling the place of
Officer Cox at the police station. Mr.
Cox is confined to his home by alight
illness.
William Girald was brought to the
county jail jesterday from San Diego on
a charge of having some connection with
a smuggling affair.
George N. Dewey, the photographer
who waa committed to the Agnewa in
sane asylum some months ago, is rapidly
improving. He will shortly be removed
to the Highlands asylum.
A directors' meeting of the Peck it
Chaee company was held yeaterday at
tbe company's office, 327 South Broad
way, and the following officers were
elected: F. W. Chase, president; James
Booth, vice-president; D. G. Peck, sec
retary and treasurer.
Court Germania, A. O. F. of America
was duly installed by L. Thorn, S. C. R..
and John McGinness, I). U. C. R., as
sisted by W. A. Ryan, S. R., W. R.
Blackman, O, R., A. L. Apffell, C. 0..
Brother Franklin, S. C, and brothers
from other courts. There were 45 ap
plications received alter institution of
the new court. The following officers
were elected and installed : F. Sommer.
J. P. C. R.: H. Koll, C. R.; L. Herzog,
8. O. R.; F. Hoppo, treasurer; Alex
ander Veit, financial secretary; E.
Strntz, recording secretary ; Jacob Nie
derer, Br. W,; G. G. Rair, Jr. W.; O. C.
Gnnter, Sr. B.; M. Hauck, Jr. B.; A. C.
Golsch, R. Magge, J. J. Froheim,
ttustees; Dr. Carl Kurtz, physician.
During the institution of the court the
Spanish court, with their C. R.\ Brother
A. Orflla, and the French court, with
their C. R., Brother H. Clary, paid them
• visit in a body. Remarks were made
by brothers of difierent courts, after
which the brothers enjoyed the refresh
ments, and all went home wishing Court
Germania succesa and prosperity.
Charles Victor Hall has removed hia
real estate office to room 309 Stimson
block. If yon wish to sell or exchange
your property call and see him in
office, 10 a.m. till 2 p.m.
Dan Donevan has returned from
Bakersheld with two carloads of fine
horses. He is making headquarters at
the Fashion stables, 217 East First
Btreet.
For Santa Catalina Island.
Steamer sails from San Pedro every
Satnrday, connecting with morning
trains from Los Angeles; returning
Monday following. Wilmington Trans.
Co., 130 W. Second st.
PERSONAL.
S. F. Creaeinger of teis city has re
turned from an extenvive tour through
the east.
Hon. E. P. Clark, who ia the vice
president and manager of the combined
systems of electric and cable railways
of this city, with his family is expected
home Saturday evening. Tbey attended
the last two weeks of the world's fair,
and extended their visit to tbeir old
home in -New York.
World* l'atr Columbian Edition lllus
trated Herald.
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, is now on Bale by
all the newsdealers and at tbe Herald
business office. It contains 4S pages of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustration. As a publica
tion to send to eastern frienda it has
never been equalled. Price, 15 cents in
wrappers.
Kublo Canon and Kcuo 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 bad
at the W. C. Furrey company, 150 and
161 North Spring street.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis
sewing machines. Drop postal card to
228 South Main street.
Howry & Breeee, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
JOTTINGS.
Hair Goods—Hair Goods.
Is the above line I am selling out below
cost, Aay one requiring anything iv the above
line will aave money by calling at the Surprise
milinery More, M 2 South Bpting street. A. J.
Kietlunuller, proprietor.
Wall Paper Down.
We are going out of the wholesale business,
and must sell retail at wholesale prices; will
•how goods with pleasure whether you buy or
not. CHICAGO WALL PAl'-EK HOUaIC, 237 S.
prlng street.
Our Home Brew.
llaler & Zobelein's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught lv ail the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office aud brewery, 414 Aliso street, lele
phoue9l.
Fruit Growers.
Something interesting lv our new nursery
catalogue. Call or address, Branch office
Alexander & Hammon, Natlck house, Los Au
geles,
A. B. Chapman
Bells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond
ranges, the two best stovcß In America. House
hold goods a specialty. 414 8. Spring St.
Wall Paper
At wholesale, good paper, sc; price of hang
ing, 10c. a roll; your rhauce now; get samples.
F. J. BAUER, 237 8. Bpring.
J. C. Cunningham.
Manufacture and dealer lv truuks and travel
ling bags, 236 8. Spring St. Tel. 818.
Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's.
Sallsiactiou, promptness, reasouable; 454-50
B. Broadway. Tel. 427.
If You Need a Truss
Call at Bcckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main.
A fit guaranteed.
A Modern Millinery Store.
Hoffman i Co., 240 B. Spring st.
Try You Graefe's Positive Headache Cure.
Dr. D. H. Din'xnhacher, Dentist.
»1»J» a ifcisg stieet; foons = aud ».
MEMORANDA.
Go to Ebinger's restaurant, Tbird and
Spring streets; regular dinners and best
order bouse 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 Doraey, 114 South
Spring street. Special attention given
to obstetrical cases and all diseases of
women and children. Electricity scien
tifically used. Consultation hours Ito
5. Telephone 1227.
If you want to get a 50-cent meal for
25 cents go to tbe Cosmopolitan dining
hall, 818 and 221 West Second street,
between Spring and Broadway, next to
Herald office. Sbonp & 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 Szigetby 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
less variety and lowest prices.
Children's school shoes, the largest
stock, the beat wear and the lowest
prices at the cheapest place on earth for
boots and shoes, 118 East Fjrat between
Main and Loa Angelea streets.
324 South Spring street ie the place to
go if you want furniture of tbe latest
styles at the lowest prices in tbe city.
Woodham et Co. ia on the sign over the
door. I ion't make a mistake.
The funeral of Miss Lottie Dryden
takes place from her late residence, 146
Griffin avenue, Eaat Los Angeles, today
at 0 o'clock. Friends and acquaintances
respectfully invited.
The Dewey Gallery, 147 S. Main, rirst
clasa cabinets $1 per dozen for 30 daya.
Come early so you 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 lunge is
Rowell's Cough Mixture. We recom
mend it. A. E. Littleboy, 311 South
Spring.
Walcot's gold medal emery sharpen
ing tiles, to be had of the inventor only,
November 25th, on vacant lot, No. 14!!
South Main street. See posters for de
tails.
I 'eposit your Mexican dollars aftd all
kinds of old silver at the Bilversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Bußement Times building.
The finest photographs in tbe city at
greatly reduced prices. Cabinets 75
cents per dozen for a short time only.
Lameon studio, 313 South Spring street.
For pure Sonoma Zinfandel, sweet
wines, brandies and whiskies call at B.
Fleur'a, 404-406 N. Los Angeles at. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Elsinore Hot Springs and Lake View
hotel. Full particulars regarding thia
famous resort at tbe Hammam bath,
230 South Main etreet, Los Angelea.
Come to the old reliable Sunbeam
Studio, 236 and 23S S. Main street, and
get one dozen full length cabinet photos
until further notice for 75 cents.
War! War I Bijou Studio, 2215. Spring
st. We meet tbe cut. Cabinet PhotOß, $1
per doz. Not cheap Main-et. work, but
such aa we display.
For good meat and sausages of all
kinds, call at Louiß Streuber's. Orders
promptly attended to. 13S N. Main St.,
telephone 160.
Adams Broa., dentists, 239' 0 South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. Tbe best sets of teeth from $6
to $10.
We will send Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los An
gelea. Call or address 128 South Main
street.
Sauitarinm —Pico and Hope sts.; tel.
138. Dr. Cowles, Wilson blk., First and
Spring; tel. 883. 10 to 12 a.m.,3t05p.m.
Mme. Da Barry's wrinkle cream and
balm, tbe queen of skin fooda, sold at
242;., South Broadway, next to city hall.
Pianoß for sale, rent, toning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Angeles etreet and 654 S. Spring atreet.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, phyaician and surgeon
Office and residence, 120 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and Burgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main etreet.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 226 South Spring
Btreet. Office hours from 8 to 10 a.m.
and 2to 5 p.m. Telephone 346.
Full line of music boxes and holiday
goods at Exton & Cist's, 320 South
Spring etreet.
J, B. Mitchell, attorney-at-law, has
removed from Temple block to 220 West
First street, room 1.
. Dr. M. H. Williams, specialist in cat
arrh, throat diseases, etc., 137 S. Bwdy.
Kobert Sharp ,t Co., funeral directors
(independent), 536 S. Spring at.; te1.1020.
See W. P. Mcintosh's display ad. of or
ange and lemon lands in another column.
Dr. Wallace A. Dunton, 304 N. Main.
Telephone, 1150, opp, St. Klmo hotel.
Board and room at the Bellevue Ter
race at $1.25 per day.
Insure with A. C. < iolsh, 147 South
Broadway.
Mechanical maaeage institute, 755
Broadway.
Campbell's curios for holiday goods.
Dr. McCoy, eye, ear, throat, Bryaon bk.
Dr. Parry, ear and eye, 131].,. S. Spring.
UOTIL ARRIVALS.
HOLLENIIKCK.
C. H. Hecke, Woodland; F A Bateman, F. P.
Brush and wife, Los Gatos; ILK. Snow aud
wife, Tustin; H. K. Coon, F. 8, Piimpston, Han
Diego; R. c. Bried, Chicago; F. A. Foster, L
Walker, Ventura; W. A. Hosmer, Boston: Petor
i'eau, P. Taggard, R. C. Sutton, A. M. Hart, D.
Peyser, G. Naiaan, H. K. Banks, 0. 8. Marshall,
H. Hubbard, jr., A. Msun.M. Falk.W.Schwartz.
8. I). Allen, n. N. Rowlev, Han Francisco:
M. Fowdln, New York: G. C. Roedlng, I'reeno;
Dr. J, M. Proctor, Petaluma; E. C. Z.ane, Yolo;
K. I. Blower, Woodlaud: J. P. Allen. A'ameda;
C. J. Curtis, Jai. Mcllbenrp, Redlands; Mamie
Myers Buena Park: 0. F. Loot, Pomona; E.
Boalt, Palermo; T G. Booth New York; E.
Hilton. Hauta Barbara; E. W. Hligard, Berke
ley; H. Lihen and sister, St. Louis; M. 8. All
bright, Kansas City; 8. 0. Austin, F. L. Bald-
Win, G, C. Gaskil), Lo= Angeles.
American and Foreign Bazar.
A full Hue ol line Porcelain Sevres and all
importaut fabrics in United States and foreign
countries: also a full line of Glassware of the
fluest and latest designs. Great assortment of
Toys and Fancy Goods. BSI N. Main St., under
the St. Elmo Dios de Loon, prop.
DIED.
DONOVAN In this city, Novemher 22, li».i,
James I. Donovan,beloved husbauu ol Mary
Ellen Douovku and brother ! u-la v of J. C.
McMenomy, n native o[ Dubuque, lowa.
Friends aud acquamtauccs are respectfully
invited to attend Ins muural from his late re'l
denie, 226)4 East Filth street, then to the
cathedral of St. Vibiana, where a solemn re
qulem high mass will lie celebrated lor the
tetiose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock.
San Francisco papers please copy.
SENTOUH—!u this city, November 22, 1893,
Emily seutons.
funeral Itom 545 South Grand avenue today
(Thursday) at J p.m. Krienisire requested to
slit uu.
"LOS ANGEEES HERALD THURSDAY MORNING; NOVEMBER 23. 1893.
LOST IN THE SIERRA MADRES.
Lang Winston of San Gabriel
Believed to Have Perished.
Supposed to Have Been Out in the
Storm of Last Tuesday Night.
A Searching Party Will Leave Ban
Gabriel This Horning to Attempt
to Find Him—He Started to
Look Dp the Burros.
Information was received yesterday in
the city tbat Mr. Lang Winston ol San
Gabriel, one of its moat prominent
young men, baa met with a mishap in
the mountains near Oamp Priddy, and
may have perished in the storm of last
Friday night.
He and a party of four others, among
them being Mr. Palmer Reed of Sierra
Madre and Mr. Tom Cooper of San Ga
briel, went to tbe mountains for a hunt
ing trip several days ago.
Mr. Reed and Mr. Cooper have just
returned from the camp, aa well as two
other gentlemen of the party, and have
reported that Mr. Winston had not
urned up.
He left the camp last Friday morning
to look for the burros and did not retnrn
at night. He must have been out all
night in the severe storm that came up.
and tbe gravest fears are entertained
for hie safety.
Tbe news brought by the remaining
members of tbe party created tbe great
est excitement around San Gabriel.
A telephone message waa received
from San Gabriel laet night, stating tbat
Mr. Winston's brother and Mr. Sutton
will leave this morning to aearch for the
missing man.
The trip will take some time, as tbe
camp waa quite far up in the moun
tains.
Mr. Winston is an experienced moun
taineer, and has been going up the San
Gabriel canon for years.
Tbe fact that about six daya have
elapeed since Mr. Winston disappeared
ia regarded aa leaving little hope as to
hia being all right.
A thorough search will be made for
him, and It ie hoped that he may yet be
found, without having suffered serious
injury.
DEDICATION OF A NEW CHURCH
Tho Sacred Heart Church, Eaat Loa An
gelea, to be Deriicated.
On Snnday next tbe Rt. Rev. Bishop
Mora will solemnly bless tbe new church
of the Sacred Heart. The church has
been in course of erection for some
time and has been recently completed.
Tbe structure is a handsome Gothic
one, beautifully proportioned and in
every way a credit to the East Side,
Quite an elaborate musical programme
has been prepared, an orchestra having
been eecured to aid the regular choir,
which will be unusually large.
Very Rev. Father Hickey, the presi
dent of St. Vincent's college, who is a
learned and eloquent gentleman, will
preach on the occasion. Comparatively
little is known as yet of his eloquence
in Loa Angeles. In New Orleans, his
late mission, it is difierent. The dedica
tory Bervicea will begin at 10 o'clock.
TWO NEW COMPANIES.
An Amnsement and a Medicine Corpor
ation Formed.
Articles of incorporation were tiled
with the county clerk yeßterday by tbe
following companies:
California Botanical Medical company ;
formed for tbe purpose of manufactur
ing medicines. Capital stock, $1,000,
--000, of which $500,050 haa been actually
subecribed. Board of directora— ti. E.
Lower, G. D. Lower, M. E. Lower, A. C.
Murphy and O. Thompaon.
Southern California Amusement com
pany ; formed for the purpose of con
ducting theaters, places of public resort,
Baloonß, etc. Capital stock, $100,000, of
which $2500 baa been actually sub
scribed. Directors —Fred A. Cooper, J.
W. Griffin, G. W. Hopkina and L. F.
Langtre.
A Million Friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed, aud not
less than one million people have found just
such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and colds, if you have
never used this great cough medicine one trial
will convince you that it has wonderful
curative powers iv all diseases of throat, chest
and luugs. Each bottle ls guaranteed to do all
that is claimed, or money will be refunded.
Trial bottles free at C. F. Heiuzeman's drug
store, 222 iSorth Main street. Large bottles 50
cents aud $1.
Largest Assortment of Fruits and Veg
etables.
Choice white plume celery, new crop nuts,
eastern chestnuts, etc., at Althouse Bros., 105
W. First street; tel. 39H. Goods delivered.
soweroowtTmTsx^.
WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO
AT CHICAGO,
FC% FINE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK; also, first premiums above all competitor-: at fair held
October, 1802, and at all previous exhibits wherever work was entered for competition in ice
stale. Largest and most, complete photographic studio iv Southern California. All tho latest
styles and designs used.
IQT NORTH SPRING ST. 11 23m
THE TUDOR DENTAL CG.
DR. J. P. TUDOR, MANAGER.
ROBBER PLATES—UPPER OR LOWER. /vfc
Ist grade, $8; 2d grade, $6.50; 8d grade. $5.
Aluminum Plates $12 50tO*U8 00
Forceiam Crown* 250 to |i 00
Gold Crowns goo to 7ou m
ti.),d Fillings »tom« 50 on f*&\
Silver or Amalgam Filling*... .50oto*l UiPPft&U WW <fe"sf ,W
Gement Fillings , 50jt0,.„ ; fji,'» l f/CWff A jij
Teeth extracted for 25c. Painless extraction. VSWUItf £ 11 \r\£ IF/*
The udmiuistiation ol gas a specialty al 75a, J
£ST~ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO.^iEs, B^
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Highest of all in Leavening Tower.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Powder
ABSOU/FEIY PURE
ATHLETIC CLUB FIELD DAY.
Something About tha Athlete* Who
Will Compete.
There now remains' but eight more
daya before the fall field sports of the
Athletic club will be held. From indi
cations the event will be about the most
successful of the many successful field
days given by this popular organization.
The programme will start at 1:30
p. m. on Thanksgiving day with a
la crosße match between tbe Los Angeles
and Riverside teams. These clubs have
played together several times previously
and are about evenly matched, tbe vic
tory each time being won by a narrow
margin, and in fact one of the contests
resulted in a tie.
In the bicycle events are to be found
races for about every class of riders.
The niOßt amusing event of the entire
programme will be the one mile race for
the Chinese bicycle ridere of the city.
The Mongolians are training very en
thusiaetically, and rivalry for i.rst place
is quite strong. About the most en
thußed one of the lot ia Wong Foofc,
who is employed as a cook on West
Pico street. VVong doea nothing now
but train, as be temporarily resigned
from bis place about a month age. The
lady of the house entered the kitchen
one morning and wsb surprised to see
another Chinaman holding forth. In
quiry developed the fact that Wong was
out practicing on his bicycle for tbe race
and bad hired a substitute.
One fact ie certain about this race;
the ridera will ride from the pistol Bhot
and the man wbo tries to loaf will not
be in the race for a minute. Tney will
ride in less than 2:50 probably, which is
very good time for unsophisticated
Chinamen.
The Hat of entries will be published
shortly, and will include the leading
athletes of all lines in tbis section. Tho
north wiil blbo be represented in the
foot races and pole vault by Foster and
Hancock, and probably some of tbe
bicyclists will also be on hand.
PAGE CONFESSES.
He Telia How Hi- Gang Robbed a lone
Chluamau.
Al Page, the boy wbo with Clyde
Ewing and Willie Emmett, robbed a
Chinaman near the smelter works last
Thursday night, was arraigned in Jus
tice Seaman's court yesterday.
He confesaed to the whole operation,
telling in detail how they robbed the
celeßtial and how tbey spent the pro
ceeds of the hold up.
This trio of youthful robbers have no
connection with the (rang arreßied for
robbing Ah Pon, a Chinese vegetable
vender, at Garvanza the other nikiht.
The depredations of Ewing, Pace ami
Emmett were confined principally to
the vicinity of Vernon.
Page's examination was set for next
Saturday, when the cases of each will
be heard.
Immense.
That's What They All Say.—lt ls custom
ary lv these latter days to express our pc, fee
satisfaction with a thing by saying "It's im
mense!" It's so expressive that notblug Can
be added. Geo. L. Kink, Philadelphia, Pa ,
says: "My wife has b;cn taking your New
Cure ior the heart, and says it is immense. She
has not been troublesd with pain or smother
ing spells sincj using it." Juo. L. Ko crts,
Slatiugton. Pa., says he is 75 years old and has
suffered from heart disease ior over 10 years.
Was treated without avail by prominent Neiv
York physicians; grew constantly worse; tooK
Dr. Mile*' New HeartAJure and was completely
cured. Bold by 0. H, Haqce, 177 N. Spring s,„
on a guarantee.
Wealth Secured
BY BUYING GOODS OF—
HAPA&BU,
THE KM GROCERS,
216 and 218 S. Spring St.
Choice Table Delicacies, Berl Rock
Prices, Courteous Attention.
SPECIMEN PRICES:
17 lbs GranuUP-d sugar $1 00
1 lb Price's Baking Powder 45
1 lb Koyal Baking Powder 45
1 lb Cleveland Baking Powder 45
5 lbs Rice for 25
City Flour, per sack 80
choice Northern Flour 1 00
4 lbs New Prunes 25
0 lbs Oat or Wheat Flake 25
Gerraea .... 20
Imp >rted sardines 15
Good Sardines 05
Monroe Miik 10
Try our unrivaled half-dollar "Spider
Leg" Tea. Also our excellent high gra-ie
Hyson, Jap and Formosa Oolong Teas, and
the iamous Chase tt Sanboru Coffees, the
best in the world. Ail goods tlrst-clats at
Hanna & Bureh,
816-31S S. Spring St.
THEY GOT JUSTICE.
Petty Offenders Convicted In tha Police
Court.
Frank Kiley and A. C. Langdon, the
burglars, were arraigned in Justice
Austin's court yesterday for breaking
into the tailor shop of N. P. Larsen,
232 South Main street, Monday night.
The examination was set for today with
the bail fixed at $1500 each.
George Williams took it into his head
to "play policeman," and accordingly
armed himself with a revolver. The
firearm waa so old and rusty, and so
harmless, tbat the court decided that a
man who would carry such a gun should
pay $10 for tbe privilege. Williams
took the alternative of 10 days.
Peter Poole having failed to work at
anything, except to roam around the
street, wae given 20 days for vagrancy.
The case of Santiago Arguello, charged
with assault with a deadly weapon,
which waa eet for a hearing in Judge
Seaman'scourt yesterday, was continued
to next Monday at 2 -.;o o'clock.
Justice Seaman discharged Clinton
Stevenson and W. Schuman yesterday.
Tbey were arrested for disturbing tbe
peace. The evidence went to show that
the "other fellow" was just as guilty as
the defendanta.
Jndge Austin gave Tom Martin 10
days ior disturbing the peace.
In Olden Times
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beuehcial 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.
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128 KOETH JVCA-inST ST.
LOS ANGELES. CALIF.
(ESTABLISHED 1880 1
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
remimil wetirtue&f, impotent v. etc., Inducing
fcomeof the lolljwiug symptoms, as tliiziuess,
coufuHlon of defective liioiuury,
aversion to society, blotch***, » 1:11**1011*,
<• .hun-i !-■:.-, varicocele, etc., are perma
nently curod.
IHIMKY. KfONKV nnd Hi,^IH)KU
trounles, weak back,incontinence, uunorrlxra,
gHet, BtrlOtan and a.l unnatural discharges
ure quick y aad perfcclly-oured.
SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS,
CnUiinj; utcerSi eruptions, swelling In groins,
tore throat, fa.ling lialr, and otiicrsymplomh,
are remove.! and al! poioon peimauenMy erad
icated from the system.
rwKM' ut oHicu or by express. All
letters stricLly confidential.
P ■'■=•', Suits
To-order
■ J • d Trousers
£toe- oVraf Heavens, Lock at ThtfePricy!
Job - f ffnew i Aiwup fir st
GABEL
312 S. SPRING ST.,
Just Below ThlyfS
■ I, I I ■-■■■» I ———
Hotel Terragina, •
' CAL
JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moun.
tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Sea
son.
CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop.
WM. M. TISDALE, Manager.
I TBEHOLLENBECK
[ Rest Appointed Hotel in
111 Wi) American anil European Plans.
A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
WINE MERCHANT, st. , 8B „^^
UNION OIL COMPANY
OF CALIFORNIA.
Producers and Refiners of PETROLEUM OIL
Manufactorera of High 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. 10-c iy Manager Los Angeles Branoli.
NILES PEASE,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALER IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
LACE AND SILK CURTAINS,
PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS, V
WINDOW SHADES,
LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, &c.
337-339:141 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices.
HANCOCK BANNING,
Tels. ■'■' anil l"17. K-i.-m V.W \VtndS^^ '-I
IMPORTING GROCER, 136-138 N. Spring
7-25 ly _ *•»
I. T. MARTI N I
fßt FURNITURE,
Mattresses
ARh'licdioum suits 915. Hewing Machines,
$5, $10 ana $26. .
■arm st_ BPRiNa «tob:c;t
Painless Dentistry
Hnu Oo'il mI; 1
Cr.>wn and Bed..-*
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