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NOTES Wratlier Bureau. Report of obse-vations taken at Los angeies, December 7, 1891: " Time. [Bur. Ther. BH'ri Wd 6-OoV 111. 30 2 02 20 N* 6:00 p. in. 30 03 00 32 NW 6 1 Maximum tempTatu c, 82. Minimum temperature, 55. Indications. For-casl fo* ■■oathern California: Fair wea ber; near y tatlone.y temperature; light west .ouoith winds. John McCarthy waa arrested last night by Officer Rico for iteehng a pair of shoes from an Aliso street store. Prof. Leuvenmark, the high div. r. will go Btill bigtier next Sunday after noon at Westlaue perk. His perform ancea are always Buccealfnl and draw large crowds. William I. E-nhan of Woidbod wiite. asking the following informations The population of In. ood it 350. Redondo tcta has abo>. fl here is no auta: .et factory at 11 Thiß even ng lass of the University of S .forma will give their anuu ment in 'he college chapel at U. y place. Ora tions will be given by rive members ot the class and a musical programme in terspersed. Friends of the institution are invued to attend. Mr. Barlow ot Verdugo brought to the Hkkai.d office yesterday a email branch from a raspberry hush grown on his place containing 160 berries in all stagee oi growth, from the small green berry to the red ripe one. The branch ia on ex hibition at trie chamber ot commerce and will be a good object lesson to tour ists, showing their irunei ion from lauds of snow to lands of sun. On next Sunday evening at Trinity Methodist church, Broadway between Fifth and Sixth Btreets, Rev. A. C. Bane, the pastor, will deliver a fraternal address to the members of the Ancient Order of United Workmen, who with their families, will attend in a body. The subject of the discourse will he Fraternity and Christianity. Mr. B n hae been cloßely related to the A. O. U W. for 12 years, n vitig been grand mas ter of tne order in 1887 8. The addrc-e will certainly interest membeis of all fraternal organizations. A remarkable chance to quadruple hie money is ottered any capitalist who chooaea to read the advertisements in the Herald today. The fine Paige eatate muet be sold within tbe next five daye. Particulars are fully given in advertise ment. At the price it ia offered it will net the lucky purchaser $4 for every $1 in vested. Thia is one of the best chancea to make money offered in ten years in Lob Angeieo. For Santa Catalina Island. Steamer sails from San Pedro every Saturday, connecting with morning trains from Los Angeleß; returning Monday following. Wilmington Trans. Co., 130 W. Second at. MEMORANDA. John Mulvaney'a grand picture of Custer's Last Rally was yeeterday ex hibited to Loa Angeleß people for the hrßt time. Mnaic hall, where the paint ing ia being shown, waa a center of at traction for art lovers of thia city, and was well filled throughout the day. This celebrated work is probably the most, realistic battle scene ever depicted, and is undoubtedly the only Indian en gagement that haa been faithfully re produced on canvas. The attitudes, ex pression, costumea, arme.rficcoutrementß ana general make-up of United States soldiers, and tire tierce characteristics of the terrible warriora with whom they aie engaged in bloody combat; both are true to nature. The dead and dying horaea, the wild and picturesque figuree of the ferocious eavages, the emoke fr< in the valleys, the deeper gloom of the burning village, the figure of Custer himeelt, all unite to form a picture that must be seen to he appreciated, and one that once seen will never be forgotten. Custer's Last Kaily will be on exhibi tion at Music hall from 2 to 10 p.m. daily for the next couple of weeks. In these btid times when money is scurce it paya more than ever to read advertisements. Be Bure and loon over the claasified columns on the sixth page of the HERALD daily. You ivill be sur priced to see how ratten you can gain and Bave. You will md situations offered; good help advertised; barge tin in leal estate; cheap ronme and board; chancse to buy paying busineso houaeu; real e-itate at priceß which make it ab surd to pay rent; and bargains of all tiescriptiona. Advertising in these col ntr.ne ia very cheap, coßting only live cents per line a day. Kubln Canon and Echo Mountain. Every citizen and tourist ihould visit thiß beauti'ul resort and scenery. Fare to Rubio cailoi. and return, ifl, and Sun days 76 c ;ats. See time taoleo. Good hotel. Take Terminal railway. Howry A BreEee, Broadwa» under takers. "Independsnt of tne tiust." JuTTINGS fl->'i<l--y Novelttua Atfleng Le 's, 000 St. Main s:., cain'se n> d Japanese bazar. A choice line of brlo-a-brao aud fancy chin - war--. Manufactory tor larii V underwear and ireuia' shirts ad goods at reduced prices. Com' lete stoca. Wall Paper Down. VI c are going oui of ;ue who! sa'i- business, anc. mubt seil retail a. wlioltsa c prices! will show yood- with pleasure whetnei you buy o : not. CHICAtiOWA L*AJ?j£g liuJ Jt, 357 S. priug ■ treat. Our Home Brew. Rfc Zobelein'a lager, fresh from their 1 elf, ou draught In ail the principal sa lt- . delivered promptly in bottle, or kens. 01. i :id brewery, 414 Aliso street. Tele phOueW. _ The Ladies' Friend. King Mop and Wringer, th j most compete, simple and most Jumble wringer attachment -in use for tlie money. See them st Arnold <s. 6 /Us 4.15 b. tfpriug. Wall Paper at wholesale, good paper, sc; ol hang ji 10c. a roll; your cnauce now: get samples 1. J. BAVttH, 2J7 S. Spring. J. C. Cunningham. Manufacture aad dealer in trunks aud travel ling base, 23ti 8. bprir.g at. Tel. 818. Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's. Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 404-50 b. Droadway. Tel. 427. If You Need a Truss Call at Beckwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Main, A tit guaranteed. A Modern Millinery Store. Uoliaian «fc Co., 840 8. Spring St. MEMORANDA. Hotel Tuetin, Tustin, Orange county, Cal. IU ■ family hotel •: Houthern i California. Situated amor g the b >vu. fttl orange and lemon groves of Santa Ana valley, IM miles from Sunt* Ana. Only one hour's ride from L is Angeles. Abundance al game; i(oo<t fishing in m..11:.';.»•. strean>B. Coarb meets all trains. Sau lord Johnson, proprietor and manager. S inborn, Vail & Go 's leader fir thia season will be iramed pictures. They liave just received a ae«rircmeut in all styles of frames. Splendid assort ment of pictures at prices ranging from $2 60 to ilO. Yon can »"ve 25 per cent, by baying ready-fi rned pictures. Ehbslb to match all 1 • from if 1.5(1 np. See tbe new goads. 133 South Spring street. When yen go down town today drop in at Parinelee's and ionic overtiieir new stock. They have an immense line nf syt goods and novelties that will inter est any and all. Their line of ntaples in crockery and glassware is ais-> ve:v com* l>!eteand prices right. Open evening*. 232 and 234 South Spring street. tsnmanue] church wiii hold another ol its delightful sontr services thie coining Sunday night, December 10th. In artistic excellence the Immanue) choir is winning golden opinions irom every cue. a d th. cc Sunday evening pong set vies always fill tbe large auditorium. Dr. Rebecca Lee lie we ,S inson block, second floor, room- 12!) 130-131. Soeeial attention given to obstetrical cases and all diseaeesof women and cmldien. Elec tricity scientifically used. Con-ultation hours 1 to 5. Telephone 1227. Go to Ebinger's restaurant. Third and Spring streets; regular dim era aud best order bouee in the city. Everything first class. Attentive white v.eitere; no Chinese employed. Open (roui oa. m. to 12 o'clock; midnight. If you want to get a 50-cent meal for 25 cents go to the Cosmopolitan dining hall. 219 and 221 West Second street, between Spring and Kroadwe.v, next to Herald office. Shoap & Elliott, pro prietors. Read S, Conradi's display ad. on the second page. Finest bargain in the city in tiie jewelry line. Here ie a chance to hnv holiday presents at very low prices. 123 N Spring etreet. He hae to move January let. Dr. Charies de Szigethy is now located in the Brveun block Residence, Baker lock. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30 Sun days and evenings by appointment. Of tice telephone, 1150; residence, 1056. Get one of those beautiful parlor easels now on sale at Lichtenberger's art em porium, 107 N. Main street. Price, this week, $1 to $5. Holiday gooda now ready for inspection. Toya free with your purchase of boots and shoes at the great gilt sale now on at the cheapest place on earth, 118 East First street, between Main and lus Angeles etreets. Tho beat remedy for irritating bron chial cough and soreness in the lungs ia Rowell'e Cough Mixture. We recom mend it. A E. Littleboy, 311 South Spring. Deposit your Mexican dollars and all kinds of old silver at the silversmith's and draw out new spoons, forks, etc. Alwayeopen. Basement Times building. Come to tha old reliable Sunbeam Studio, 230 and 238 South Main street, and get one dozen foil length cabinet photoa until further notice for 75 cents. Tbe finest photographs in the city at greatly reduced prices. Cabinets 75 cents per dozen for a short time only. Lameon studio, 313 South Spring etreet. Elainore Hot Springe and Lake View hotel. Full particulars regarding this famous resort at the llammam bath, 230 South Main streei, Los Angeles. Business men who secure tbeir job printing at the Herald office receive courteous treatment and neat, attract ive work at moderate prices. For good meat and sausages of all kinds, call at Louis Strenher'a. Orders promptly attended to. 138 N. Main St., telephone 160. Don't fail to hear Kavlin and Temple at G. A. R hall, 012 South Spring, next Sunday at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. Every body come. Adams Broa., dentiate. 239, 1 a South Spring atreet. Painless filling and ex tracting. The beat seta of teetb from $G to $10. We will send Advance eewing ma chines on trial to any lady in Los An geles. Call or address 12S Soutb Main street. Sanitarium—Pico and Hope eta.; tel. 138 Dr. Cowleß, Wilson blk , Firßt and lag; tt)l. 888. 10 to 12 v.m , 3 tos p.m. For a good tablo wine,order our Sonoma Z n'andel atstic per gal. T. Vache&Oo., cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309. Mme. Dv Barry's wrinkle cream and b«!m, the queea of akin foods, sold at '2V-'., South Broadway, next to cit> nail John Slater will speak to-night at Illinois Hall. S'xtn and Broadway. All should hear him. Subject Spiritualism. Pianoa for esi», runt; tuning and re pairiog. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Loa Angeleß atreet and 654 b. Spring street. Dr. A.'A. Valla, physician and ■•urgeon. Office and res deuce, 12!> North Main, new McDonald block; telephone 284. For pure Sonoma Z.nlandel, call at E. Fleur's, 401 406' N. Lib Angelea Bt East ern ahipu-ecits a epecia'tv. Tel 224. Dr. Joseph K'iriz ac D. (' irl Kurtz, physicians and en' removed their i.ffice to 147 South rest. Or M. Hilt n Williama, 137 S. Broad way, specialist in catarrh, ihro:<t dis eases, bin tie and consumption. Dr. X*.!'. ise, office 226 S iutb Spring street. o ; sti ure from Btoloa. m. and 2to 5 p.m. 'felophoi ~»o Dr. 0. B. .Jones baa rem >ved tiis office to the Krimson bioek. Telephonesi Office, 400; residence, 644. Rooms and board at the Windermere, Occ.hu avenue, Santa Monica. Special rate* given for the winter. Loot for Stover <& Oliver's ad in bo m et chances, See W. P. Mcintosh's diaplay ad of orange and leuiou lande iv auotlier col umn. Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors (independent), 636 S. Spring st, ; tel. 1029. Dl Wallace A. Dun-ton, 304 N Vain, .elepbone 1169, opp. St. Elmo hotel. Board and room at the iielievue Tor race at $1.25 per d?.y. l/iok for Stover & Oliver'a ad in busi ness chances. Look for Stover & Oliver'a ad in busi ncsa chauceß. Ineure with A. C. Golah, 147 South Bror.dway. Mechanical massage institute, 755 Broadway. Drs. Rogers it Mc<"! o y. Eye, ear, throat. Christina- g.jou.%iimpbeli'e32s S.Spr. Dr. Parry, ear and eye, 129 X' \V. First. Fancy Northern Grapna. New crop navel oranges, Finest assortment fruiu ami vegetSblea at Alih use Brothers, 10j VV. Fim street: tel. 393. Huods delivered. SOWEKKROYYT. LOS ANGELAS TIER ALT. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ft. JBj& BOOMING THE MIDWINTER SHOW gupeiiiitpmiPiit Wigrgins Get ting a Move on Himself. The Feature Display Will Be Novel and Varied. A Showing Wanted of Fverythlnff Pro duced In Thia Section— l'omnna and Kiveralde Coining to tho Front,—February 1918. Mr. Frank Wiggins, the living per sonification of perpetual motion, haa again betaken a move unto himself and for eight more months will he busily en gaged in his favorite occupation—boom ing the interests of Southern California, ii ie appointment as superintendent of the Southern California exhibits et the midwinter fair gives entire assurance of its success, and as a resnlt the in quiries for what is desired at the fair ate rolling in fast. '>>. Wiggins states that he wants everything tliat is produced in the sec tion. The people, however, are to un derstand that nothing except citrns fru ta exhibited in the Southern Cal ifornia building can be entered for com petition. It would be well for the various locali ties desiring to make feature displays to communicate with the superintendent upon the amount of space desired and the nature ot tbe exhibit. The superin tendent will be unable to visit all of the various localities, and while it will also be utterly impossible to assign any large amount of epace to the sections, still it ie especially desirable that every locality is wed represented. Pasadena has already made applica tion for epace to make a characteristic exhibit. Those having ornamental trees and plants should make the fact known, so that arrangements can be made for the best places in tbe buiidiag for display ing hem. 11 individuals contributing wit! receive full credit. Riverside county has given notice of its intention to bave a design in oranges ot the Ferris wheel in its open space in the Southern California building. Other localities are figuring on equally attractive designs. Mr. Homer ot sierra Madre repjrts that work on the model farm is progressing satisfac torily. Tbe Pomona board of trade has sent in notice of the following contributions: Dried prunes, peaches, apricots, raisins, olives, olive oil, olive trees, sugar beets, corn, guavaa, apples and other fruits. At a recent meeting at Glendale the following were received: Dried, decid uous and citrus fruits, grains and to bacco. Mr. Wiggins brought back with him half a dozen varieties of corn from east ern states and 14 rarities of potatoes from Nova Scotia, which can be seen at the chamber of commerce. Henry D. Woolfe, of the New York Herald's bnreau at Valparaiso, Chili, writes to tbe chamber of commerce on behalf of several Chilian congressman and requests that a copy of the pro ceedings of the international irrigation congress be sent him. There was much regret among the leading agricultnrists of that country over having no repre sentatives at the congress. The reasons were: First, that the notice of the affair was not received in time; and second, that the government had no money for expenses of sending a dele gate, as the congress was not in session at the time. A telegram was received by the cham ber of commerce yesterday from Di rector-General M. H. de Young, of the midwinter fair, stating that February 19tb haß been assigned as Southern California day at tha fair. police court cases. Flatter tha Burglar Held to Answer. Oth«tr Oaaaa. The burglar who gave his name as C. F. Fisher, and tvbo committed numer ous robberies on South Spring street re cently, wae up for examination in the justice conrt yesterday. The evidence waa conducive and he wae held o'i thre • charges to appear before flu super o court with bail fixsd at it> U ■ 6. Boon, a Japanese, and F. P. Carri gan were lined for drunkenness, the former $8 th* iatter $15. Joeeph Phillips, £. L Benaon, John O'Gara and John Heany were convicted of vagrancy snd givon terma m jail. Rosina Smith, a hot and eancy colored girl, waa hned $10 for battery upon one ol her rac<). J. P Smith, the man who obtained money by giving a .other man a worth leas time check, waa fined $20 or 20 days. H. Dominguez waa arrested for selling liquor on Sunday, and bis case was set for December 14th. Phillip Hoffman raffl d away a horae. He will be tried for tunning a lottery in so doing. A Child Enjoys The pleasant flavor, gentle action *nd soothing •ff■-t of Syrup ot Figs, when in hee l il axative, and n the father or mother costive or biiions, the most gratifying results follow its use; so that it Is the best family >era dy kno aii aim evtry family should ha • a bottle. WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO ' ■wrr*T^ gT TIrTII = *-- _ t-t r i —r i" - AT CIItCAGO." FOR FrNK PHOTO 'R Pill' W ORK; alae, li st nremtuma above all competitors at a fair held .Tt ber, 18H... and at a previous -lnbi! wh ■ ve-wo k'was emer- d lor competition In the state. Lars' B an i hio i eumiuote phoiogri .hi stndlo In 8 .ulhern C dif irnla. A ; li ■ I u-st s yie. ana design' v - IOT NORXH SPRING 6TR EET. 112 Sm THE TU DOR DENTA if CO DR. J- P. TUOOR. MANAGER. RUBBER I'LATBS-UPi'E . OB LOWER. S\ Ist gr.de. *8; 2d gr.de, 9o l<0; 3d grade. S.> A umluum Plates $12 oto $15 00 (Jn d ftliing. **om £1 50 n . 8 iver or ..nalgam Ft llnga... 50c I *1 HinuSaW fe^'^^kmSL'l Cement Flings , 50 to 75e /fW/ 3 SfJ Teeth exrac.d for 25c. Painlev extraction. vllWll /la \ V/*S;f if li*** The udmih.stiatiou ot gaa a at 75c —viLwbtl ft B I \tJj*r g)iJF-ALL WORK UUARANTEED. THE TUDOR DENTAL CO. '^SSktT S 8 23 ly i • Highest of all in Leavenhjg Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powdter PURE THE COURTS. Oases Under Consideration Yesterday. A Divorce Bult Filed. In the case of James Foster vs. John O. Cline, sheriff, Judge Clark yesterday granted a non-suit. It was a suit for damages on the seizure of a cart and harness valued at $80. The appeal suit of A. G. X n n vs. the Sunset Oil company, for $174.50 for services as surveyor, came up before Judge Clark yesterday; was partially tried, and the case will be re»umed this morning. Judgment for plaintiff for $1544.50 was granted by Jndge Van Due yester day in the case of VV. W. Cockings vs. J. A. Cook et al., a suit to recover defi ciency judgment. Judgment for $16,600 was granted by Judas Van Dyke yesterday in the case of vV. H. Harrelson vs. Mariana S. G. Tonrich, in a foreclosure suit. A stay of execution for 30 days was granted. The Shannon divorce suit wae on again yeeterday before Judge Shaw be hind closed doors. The case ol H. Suskind v . John C. Cline, sheriff, ior damages in an execu tion case, was on trial yesterday before Judge VlcKinley. Divorce proceedings were commenced yesterday by Edwin Hickhn vs. Tsbitha Hicklin, Varnum Jerome vs. Mary K. Jerome, Be c c Hackett vs. Percy Hack ett, Geurge R. Norton vr Lydi i Norton, Edul jee Sorabjee vs Mary Sorabjee. Kaat Side Cycling Club. The setni-annu .1 elect; .n of officers of the E-ist Side Cycling clnb took place Wednesday night, and the result was as follows: President, Harry White; vice president, Dan Harrison; secretary treaenrer, 0. E. McKeag; captain, Alphonso Jay ; tirst lieutenant, J. Long, second lieutenant, Ed Davidson, bugler, Erny Perry; Messrs. VV. K. Cowan, J. Marshutz, T. Cook were elected to act as executive committee in connection with tbe first three officerg. Tbe club is in a flourishing condition, has a snug bank account and some very fast men ride under tbe club'B colors. They are located at Hayden ball, east Downey avenue, which premises tbe club has leased and fitted up very nicely. Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of tho pure liquid laxative principles embraced iv the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in tho form most acceptable and peas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession because it acts on the Kid neys. Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup "of Figs is for sale b all drug gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co.only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name. Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. RED F2ONT MARKET, 255 S. MAIS ST.—TEL 276. Sell fit c fresh eggs, doz '-'8c Cr am B liter, roil IB Best uuxllty Hex ram, per lb I :i ,C Hciiic ham, p"r .b 1 1<: Tomalot-S. trans J2.»C Pouiri ish, tiara -, Plcitl d Meat-, Pratt sna Prbi emit hulidr <ls ol other art. sod iv c iportl :i. Imported and dome tic chtes.-. Prompt rleiiveiy free of charge, U-iJllui PERSONAL. Theo. Reiser, a well-known citizen of Anaheim, was in town yesterday. A. B. Cox, a real estate man !of Lancaster, Antelope valley, is in the cty. Mr. Sanford Johnson of the Hotel Tnstin among the Ssnta Ana orange groves, w«s in the city yesterday. Mr. CO. 54eigeufm»s the San Francisco newspaper man. who h>'s been in the ciiv for some lime past, left yesterday afternoon lot * in Diego. Ban Diego Bun: Los Angeles seems to be drawing away much of the best mateiial from among law circles nf this city. Carl Sebn.tce, whose studious habits have won him tbe respect of the ent re bar, left yesterday to make his future home at Los Angelee. Mr. Schutseiean oratoi in two languages— German and English—and has had ex celient success in his practice here. Mrs. Schutza followed today. The women's organizations of this city will therefore mourn another valuable mem ber gone, SB Mrs Schulze's poems were among the pieaaanteet leatures of their gatherings. Terrible Misfortune. Many -UFFap.iNo raoai It Toijay—The cry ot misloriune lsnevi r h( ard witho t a responsive thiol. ■ t sympathy from thuse who he r it. Thousands wnu have had la grippe, which left them with thai constant lired, woru out feel ing sleeplessness, dud headache, depress n, hysteria, etc. haveo ten prayed for relief, and are obtaining it Irom Or. Mies' Restorative N rvine. M. Le v Knyart alacy Ind., ssys: "Your Nervln • lm-, ur d m ot prostration: it is just what youv adve tisem- nt said it was.' Two bo.tiesof Neivl c eurSd m-- of sick head ache "—chas. Willa-r, Palmyra. N Y. :old on a guarantee by C. 11. l ance, 177 H. Spring, (.ail fori ho Doctor's oooa, J .\i-» aid Startling Facts," free. Hors* blankets and lap robes, Foy's old re liable sa dlery i ouse, 315 N. Lo« Angeles. -*ATK RAN-KOO cm-ins from everywhere, Silk Handkerchiefs, Sere, nes, Silk Shaw It, Silk Embroidered Dress ug- lm•-- us andSmokinf Jack -,!.a qiter. Sandal Wood, Busk s,Satsuma, Oloitgonne, Force-! lain, Bronzei aud all kinds m curios mm China and Japan, Mfji an and Indinn Goods, In-! Hiding Silver Kiligree, Sombre ros, "pa s, Hair Ornaments, iiamp ■ Leather, Bows «nd Ar i-.-ws, Z-rapi, etc. Fne Lot of Navajo Blankets. All kinds ol all/or ia nuveu is. Fine Stationery and Copper plate Engraving-. Fn ncn and Crape Tissu r\<per in all shades. KAN-KOO. 1108. rpring Ft., Opn Nadeau Hotel. 10-8 3m / • •'• ' ■ :• ■ ; : > ! JOo I OR li v I § Earn PRIVATE DISPENSARY, COS a.nuki.ks. talir [KBTABUSHBD 18KII 1 NERVOUS DEBILITY, genii] al wenfcne m, tinpQteuojr'i vtc* ( induuinf; is li.c of the foUowlQg 8,, U) ut-jui J, rm v izz t iiesffa C!«lHlU«t'>'l "I IdflHt, :fi tit *• 111 M'.Y , IrTfaralon to sac -ty, blotch««i rmUaiori** * xh:ni»ii in, Varicocele, etc., are perma rfutly cured, n A \ , k , itvn:y a%~.> Rr,^T)l>Ku tycoon ■•, w.*/tii iMcfct, mul QUueUCoj *oiio lhcoa fleet, stricture nud »lt unnatural discharges are quickly and perfectly cured. SCROFULA AND SY_PHILIS, ciu-.iii,; uic<-".s. •jruptiMMKr^vvei ;!roin.s S'»re i iirrat, fHlUiiff hair, and other symptoms are removt d, .< ud al poison ptnnaneijt y <jrad' ieattd fiom the hyHtem. TH > atmknt at office or by express, All letter" strictly confidential, OVERCOAT 1" . -'. ' i ,,m S.IK bnfd All To Date "BofS^ 31Z S SPRING ST., Just Below Third. Proprietor aid laaiger. Hotel Terracina. .' REDLANDS, CAL. , JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent mou; tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Se son. i CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop. WM. M. TISDALE, Manager. n-nw I TBEHOLLENBEC Best Appointed Hotel i GET BUY THE KEATINi BEST. 1 BICYCLI HAWLEY, KING & CO _ ft,*. • (\ »•-».-*■ ARRI AG I' S, ' 210-212 North Main Street and 164-T.68 North Los An^eles 31f e< J. a KAYES, Jf. !>.. Consulting; Physician. W.TI. M, SC'OO, Man DO YOU KNOWh« You Can Save Money by Taking Treatment at 4 * THE X De Mongo Medical InstituT 1 CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE - SPECIALTIES: Catarrh and All Diseases of the Nose, Thr oat aud Lung ftiervuus Diseases, Skin Diseases, Chronic aud Special Diseases of Doth Sexes. 121 1-2 ©. E3ROADWAY, A OFFICE HOI KS: 9to II a.m., Ito 5 and 7to 8 P.M. , LOS ANGELES, CAL 12-3 lin « NIXES PEASE' WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DKALKE IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, LACE AND SILK CURTAINS, , • PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, & 837-389 341 SOUTH SPRING STREET. «. ' IMPORTING GROCER, 136-138 N. Sprin; 7-25 ly .