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NOTES W«ath«r Barifta. Ktport of obasrratloui taken al Lot Angeles. AjsrUlß, 1894: 44 34 w Max juratasnparaturs, 85. Mini stum temperature, 52. ladloatlvaa. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weathar, nearly stationary temperature; light winds, generally west to north. Bar. A. W. Edelman will conduct servients during the Passover holidays at Masonic hall, 125 Sou.li St ing street. Photograaher Pitman has r"bliebetl some excellent views of tbe maeked ball of la fiesta, showing the queen ana her eoart. The public library haa received a gift front Hon. Joseph Medill of an atlas of the world and several other valuable booka of reference. Ham Mitchell and Nero Nable were arretted by Officer O'Regan at 10 o'clock last night, on a charge of disturbing tbe peace at the Washington gardens. Tbere will be a special meeting of the members of the Newa and Working Boya Home society at tbe Pleaaacton hotel this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A, Ogara waa arrested by tbe federal authorities yesterday and biought in from San Bernardino county on a charge of cutting timber on government land. The debris caused by tbe explosion at Spring and Fifth strteets last Monday night, was removed yesterday. There ia no conclueive evidence to show the cause of tbe explosion. The alarm turned in from box 73 at 12:30 o'clock yesterday whb caused by a fire in the dead animal crematory, Ninth and Santa Fe streets, operated by Ramish & Mareb. About »75 damage was done. In passing an nnsroqnented spot off Temple street, three miles out, laet evening, three boys iound tbe body of a stillborn babe hid in toe tulea. The boys came to the city with a big story, but it proved to be devoid of eenaation alism. Proprietor Barrett of tbe Union mar ket on San Fernando street, iv hie at tempt to avoid a collision with a cable car at San Fernando and College streots Jait evening, waa thrown from hia wagon and eoverely injured, Hia wagon wai turned over, but a runaway waa prevented by Officer Talainaiites. Tbe intereat in Evangelist Fran a L Smith's meetings ia etill increaeing. He gave a very profitable Bible reading yes terday afternoon on the bu' '-ct of Prayer. Last night his subject wae Coras, and it waa moat effectively pre tented. A fine solo was rendered, and two selections were also detiehtfully ■ung by a mixed quartette. This after noon Mr. Smith will give a Bible read ing at 2:30 upon tne subject of Faith. The New Vienna buffet, Mr. F. Ker kow, proprietor, still continues to '»> the popnlar reeort for the bohemian seekers of pleasure about town. Mr. Kerkow is the representative of tbe cele brated Lamp's beverage. Guests of ibis qniet retreat will always find Mr. Kobert Meier on deck. This gentlemen bus for some time looked after tbe comfort ana weiiare ot Tbe "natrons ot inn insti tution, and tbe celebrated Berth orches tra eontinuea to be the leading utlrac tion. JOTTINGS. A Paying; Investment. We want $3000 cash above regular sales, and to get lt must give an extra inducement. It Will pay to invent. 10 • wall paper goes for 5c aroll; 15c paper lor 7V, B°C and 25c paper for 10c I roll: ingrain, 10c a roll. Com; aro prices. Money saved is better than made. We hang paper for lOca roil. Your time now, ours later. Chlosgo Wall Paper liouse new utiin bei, 328 3. Spring st. Anheuser-Busch. The premium beT which ass"rted lis supe riority over all othur beers at Chicago is to be had only at Charles Bailor s Anheuser sa oou, 245 S. Spring St.. and at the Eintracht, 103 N, Springst Thu Anheuser restaurant, at 243 S. Spring St., sets the best dinn and in th» city. The piemium beei also on tap at Jehn Helgtiberger'a Spring St., belnueu Fourth and Fifth. Mirrors of all descriptions are now being made In this city, and can b*) had at a great saving ov«r what you hive b< v paying fjr them. French bevel plate glaßi is also made to order by the same house at eatlslactory prices, H. Raphael Jt Lo., 440 3. Spring street. Nothing Succeeds Like Success. The reason so many lota are sold in dull times at the headquarters, No. 230 North Main street, la became they sell lot cheap, with long time, small payment aud no Interest. Carriages at ail hours Irom the office. Think of It. The location and tho price, ?23i buying a fins lot on Ninth street nen.r Central avenue, and 23 months to pay for it, at .slo par month, without Interest. Tel. No. 1359, Mflt 230 North Main street. Our Home Brew. Maier & Zobelelu's lager, fresh from their brewery, on draught In all the principal sa loons; delivered promptly In bottles or kegs. Office and brewery, 414 Ailso street. Tele phone 91. _ Security Loan and Trust Company. 223 South Spring street, acts aa exeontor, ad ministrator, guardian, assignee, aud also fur nishes bono.', of suretyship for others acting in these capacities. The Best Cough Remedy lathe ons that cures a cough. Sale's Pine and Xucalptus compound will do it, and ts pleasant to take. H. to. BALE <k SON, Druggists, 220 B. Spring street. John Beckwith & Son. The druggiits, h»vo removed their drag itore to earner Spring and Temple street*, to the loom formerly ocoupled by the London Clothing company. He Was From Duarte. Tha ooontry boy was too fast for the city ex perts in the East Side road raoe. His name was Clyde Washburn aad ha rode a Keating wheel. Try Our Celebrated Asparagus. New crop iweet pen, northern rhubarb, fane; Redlandi orange*. Althcuse Broe, lib W. Firtt atreet. Telephone 398, Wagner, the Jeweler, opened at 158 N. Main L, opposite old court house. Come and get your eyea examined free of charge. Large stock ot specs cheap. Money to Loan. City and conntry property, real estate mort gage; any amoant: lowest rales, V,. it. Burke, SIS)* N. Spring st Finest Variety and Cheapest Place la town ior fish, game, oysters, ttriaplas, etc. ffred'Hamiaan'a, Mott Market. Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's. Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 454-56 8. Broadway. TeL 427. A Modern Millinery Store. ■otkMh gi Co., 210 S. Bprlng it PUEBLOS. Raprasentatlvas of Tie Is Ancient Raoa to Visit Goraaado. Advices from San Diego announ hat Mr, 0. F. Lummie, the well-knoc au thor and explorer, has succeeded iv in ducing a large body of the Pueblo Indians from leleta, New Mexico, to visit CoroHado during the Spanish fiesta, where they will present in a graphic manner tbe industries and arts of their ancieDt civilization. They will come in their picturesque national dress, and propose to manufacture the various arti cles of wearing apparel, adornment, pot tery, etc, that have attracted ao much attention. In addition to the Pueblos, several representatives of the more savage Yuma and Oocopah tribes will be pres ent and give exhibitions of tbeir war dances, footraces, etc. Cattle throwing, tying, branding,etc., will be shown as actually performed on tbe range; and the various testa of horsemanship and Spanish feats to be performed are too numerous for men tion. Then, too, the thrilling and exciting sport, buil-fighting, carried out with all ite old time dash and magnified i, will form an attractive feature of the fieata, which will commence tomorrow and close on Tuesday. In order to give all an opportunity to ccc thia fraud revival ol the sporta, tournaments and dances of tbe early Spanish Californians, and attend the receptions on board tbe United States coast defense vesael Monterey, tbe Southern California railway will sell tickets until Tuesday next to Sau Diego and return, from all points on its linss, at one fare for the round trip. Get tickets and full fiesta programme of E. W. McGee, city passenger and ticket agent. 129 North Spring street, and La Grande station. MEMORANDA. See tbe fins display of pictures at Sanborn, Veil & Co.'s this week, both framed and unframed. Tbey bave a large stock of all kinds in their portfolio, which they are pleased to show at any time. Tbey also carry a full line of moulding, which they are selling at tbe right price. Bring your pictures to be framed; yon will cave money. Com pleto linee of oil materials and station ery. 133 South Spring street. The Keating wina again, i bis popular bicycle hae won all road races in Soutti ern California during 1803 4. aa follows; Santa Monica. 174 un lea, July 4th. time fi8:19; Riverside, 13 nitles, September 9th, ttme39:o3; East Side, S}., miles, April 7th, time 30:10. I»r. Rebecca Lee Dorsev. S iroson block, second floor, rooms 129 130 131. Special attention given to obstetrics,! ossea and all diseases of women and children. Electricity ectentiticailv used. Consultation hours, Ito 5 telephone ■ onus. Are yon aware of th» fact that Licht enbergef's art emporium, 107 North Main ptreet, is the place to buy your art materials, pictmes and fraraei. If not, you should call and oavy moiivy on any purchase. S. Conradi, optician, watchmaker nnd jeweler, has removed Spring street. Fine diamond setting a specialty. Watches, clocks and jewelry carefully repaired and warranted. Dr. Louie Schlesiuger of San Francisco, the most wonderful test and healing medium on the Pacific -oast, ia in loa Angelas at tins Albemarle, SIS 1 .. South Spring street. Cnrd of thanks —Mrs. Mary C. Adams and Mrs. V. W. Bnrdick extend their sincere thanks to their many friends who assisted them in their late bereav ment. Best remedy for irritating bronchial cough ana soreness in tbe lungs is Row ell's Cough Mixture. We recommend it. A. E. Ltu.eboy, 311 South Spring st et. Lawn tennis shoes, all sizes, 50 cents, at the cheapest nlace on earth for boots and shoes, 118 East First street, tbe best place to buy your children's shoes. Eisinore Hot Springs and Lake View hotel. Full particulars regarding this famous resort at the Hammam bath, 230 South Main Btreet, Los Angeles. Special.—For a short time only, finest enameled cabinet photos in tbe city, re duced to $1 per dozen. Sunbeam Art Parlors, 236 South Main street. Do you know that tbe Cosmopolitan ragtaa'rant, 219 221 West Second street, is serving better meale tban ever before? Just try theu.. Meals 25c. For good meat and sausages of all kinds, call at Louis Streuber'e. Orders promptly attended to. .No. 138 N. Main st. Telephone 160. Fifty cents round trip on Terminal railway to Long Beach and San Pedro; good going Saturday and Sunday, re turning Monday. Adams Bros., dentists, 239% South Spring street. Painless filling and ex tracting, Tbe bust seta of teeth from $6 to $10. The sale of st-ats foi' tbe Sousa concert will commence this morning at Bartlett Bro.'s li-JBic store, 103 Morth Spring street. The members of Canton Orion No. 12, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F., will meet this evening at 8:16, Odd Fellows' hall. Go to the Bryson Lumber company fur the bust lumber; finest line in the city. Office, 207 W. Second street. (Jo to 149 South Main Btreet for choice home-grown fruit trees, guaranteed true to name. E. Darrow, proprietor. Dr. M. H. Williams, specialist in all bead, throat, chest, blood and nervous evictions, 127 South Broadway. Pianos for sale and to rent; tuning and repairing. A. G. Gardner, 11 s ! Winston street, adjoining tha postoffice. Etching and illustrating classes arc forming at the echool of art and design ; enter chamber of commerce. Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors (independent),s36 S. Spriug st.; tel. 1029. See the Mexican leather carver at Campbell's curio store, 325 South Sprint,. A. Krug, German apothecary and Ho moeopathic pharmacy, cor. 7th and Wall. Rooms at United States hotel 50c 75e. and $1; special ratea by week or mouth. Call at ailversmiths and get prices fo, sterling silver spoons. Times' basement. All kinds of sewing maohing> repaired at 128 South Main street; needles, oil. Grand Pacific—Rooms SOc to tl 53. •LOS ANGELES ITERALD: FRIDAY MORNING. ATKTL to, ibm. FEAST OF THE PASSOVER. FREEDOM'S FESTIVAL TO BE IN AUGURATED THIS EVENING. A Briar Revlaw of tha Events Upon Whioh the Faast Is Founded. Overthrew of tha Oaa Bib Power. REV. A. W. EDELMAN. Thia evening at sundown tba Hebrew Paeeover, 5654, will be inanguratad with solemn prayers and ceremonial by all tboee Israelites who still keep np the domestic ceremonials bo dear to ovary Jewieh heart. It is unnecessary to give a history of tbe eventa upon which this feast ia founded, since the full particulars are amiliar to all and are amply recorded in tbe holy writings. But it may be well to turn for • mo ment from tbe buay cares of our every day life an<i give to the occasion a few thoughts auggeated upon the recurrence of thia great Taraelitieh feast, which hae such important bsarings npon the his tory of the world. On tbe banks of the Nile Israel had borne tbe yoke of aervitude for nearly 400 veara. Rut justice is as unerring as eternal, and at Heaven's command 600,000 men, beaidea women and chil- dren, went forth "from bondage to free dom, from sorrow to joy, from mourn.ns: to festivity, from darkneas to light and from servitude to redemption," and tbe hallelujah ol liberty—lsrael'* first aong — wae re-echoed from the banks of the Red eea in ever;; laud and clime, and to ite harmoniooa (trains every human heart beat responsive. Israel has ever faith folly cherished hia birthright; be has been true to the watchword of hie race. For him free dom hae had no empty sound; liberty, no vain or deiueive meaning, and he has ever labored, not only to make himself worthy of its choicest h!«asinga, but to disseminate and perpetuate its Heaven born principle in every land. To tbe understanding Israelite tha ob servance of the Passover is no idle cere mony. He gathers hie family around hie festive board and reminds them of servitude of tn* past. Nay, every symbol that can possibly remind bim of his former thraldom is before him, and every emblem of God's loving kindness and protection ia pres ent in his view. The "bread of affliction," the "bitter herb," the "representative mortar," tbe "lamb's bone" and the "roasted egg," teach their inatructive lessons, and the four cups of wi .c commemorate tbat ohyaicial redemption, that purity of thought, tbat intellectual elevation, tbat spiritual enligbtment co essential to a proper appreciation of true liberty. The understanding Israelite observes the Passover not alone for tbe past and tbe present, but alao for the future. He givea the "eeder" for all mankind. He inviteß the world to his feast of in tellectual freedom. "L«t ail wh > hun ger come and partake theieof," is the invitation freely extended on thin mem orable night, for aa the waters of spirit ual life are without price to every one that ihiratetr* co the bread of liberty is given to all who hunger for tbat prectoua gift. Tbe understanding Israelite also ob serves the Passover and praya for tbe redemption of every one from a land ol 1..— 1.11 r•i r • I mantel '■>- , .•»■« — I He prays lor tbn deliverance of all man k.nti from tyiatiuy aud oppression. Since tne day tbat Urue. tiiiew off the yoke of Kgyptian slavery, he passed ibiough many vicissitudes and altera tions. But he will always have the prou boast tbat freedom, for the liret tisne in history, bad its unquenchable torch lighted by one of its own people It has beco- . faab inabla of late to mock at religion and scoff at ceremoni als. Certain divines are discussing the question whether toe exodus waa through the Red sea or on the land roonti ita borders, but whatever may be said, no one can doubt tba. Passover was tbe commencement ! freedom to the world; it was the first protest against slavery or servitude and as such challenges tbe admiration of all nations. As an important fact in the history of tbe world, as a festival drawing the line of separation between freedom and slavery, Passover should be regarded by all as • period deserving more than a passing attention. It should be classed with the many successful efforts which have cu.uiinated in the overthrow of the one-man power and resulted in tbe rule of the peopl j . Whether tbe Passover be, as pome radioale declare, the work of man, or, as the orthodox believe, a miracle of God, its importance should never be forgotten by all to whom liberty is dear end precious. Begin, therefore, this "freedom festi val" vith hymns and praises to Him who is our God and our Redeemer in time and in eternity, and when assem bled around the Passover table to tha c Him for His many mercies toward our ancestors and ourselves, let us fervently pijy to tbe Everlasting Guardian of Israel to protect us further and extend to all his His bonndless favors. "For He is good, His mercy enCareth forever." HO JIOjMEY NEED BE PAID UNTIL PURE 18 EFFECTED * The Only Doctors in Southern California ." rtatiug Uiituei or DR. & CO. Hew York Specialists for Private Diseases ©f JEen, cob. M/iix iStf tbtebuj satiitsan. (Over Wells-Fargo Ex. Office) • Private Entrsmce on ThStfl die., LOS ANQELBS. germinal WeAkoaee, Premafcttre, ajaoulottpn. VartoootAetfwKhont tbe fcrtle or UK«ttrm) Hydrocele. Warta, Blood Tatnte. Kladtiaj- and XldsUy o)l»*»aeax Strlotuio utti Gteat trexult ing Irom badly treateS Goorm-hdaa QOlokly and permactutirj eukevl. FREE! wS^^.^ Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report l\*4as3§® Powder ARSOUfTEiy PURE COURT NEWS. Several Informations Fllad—Maw Salts riled. On motion of the district attorney in formations were filed yesterday against James Barnes for grand larceny; Charles Wilson for grand larceny; Edward Ed mond and Edward Tracy for burglary, and Frank Brown for burglary; and Fri day was set for the arraignment of the defendants. The sealed verdict in the damage snit of Cox vs. The Los Angeles Terminal company was opened in Judge Van Dyke's conrt yesterday, and proved to be a verdict in favor of tbe plaintiff, awarding him $400 damages. Stay of execution for 10 days was granted. A motion to set aside the information against Edgar Moore was overruled in department one of the superior court yesterday; pleaded not guilty, and bis trial set for May 4th. Frank Hentzy, a native of Germany, and Edward Aiken of Canada were ad mitted to citizenship by Judge Shaw yesterday. Judge York yesterday gave judgment by default for $317 in the case of F. E. Davis vs. Eliza L, Yonng. NEW SUITS FILED. Preliminary papers were filed yesterday in the office of the county clerk in the following new suits: Sarah L. Skinner vs. Jobn G. Wright and Mary J. Wright. Suit of foreclosure for $1800. Roeder Bros. vs. Charles S. Hurd and Main Street Savings bank and Trust company. Suit to enforce a mechanics' lien for $300. Petition by Zn G. Peck to be appoint ed guardian for Joseph James, insane. MEMORANDA. Jay E. Hunter, attorney-at-law, re moved to Stimson block, fourth floor. Buy the Whitney make of trunk, fac tory 344 N. Main it., Baker block. Sewing machines. <n good working order, for $5 each, 128 ri. Main at. Twenty per cc: . discount on Indian blanketa, Campbell's curio store. Dr. Salisbury has removed to Bradbury block, rooms 234, 235, nrst floor. The Advance Davis eewing machine is tbe beat. Office 128 8. Main at. Dine at the Hollenbeck cafe, the only select placo in Loa Angelea. All kinds of sewing machinea for rent; 128 S. Main atreet Insure with A. C. Goleh, 147 South Broadway. Old Indian relics. Campbell's Curio store. Dr*. Rogers & McCoy, Bryaou block. Mrs. Dr. Weila, 127 E. Third. See ad. Farra.ra' Alliance. The Farmers' Alliance and Industrial union of Loa Angeles will hold a two daya' aei ion u,t Whittier, beginning thia morning. n attractive programme ia announced, as follows: FIRVT DAT, 10 30 a m. Reception of delegates In idd Feiiows' hnli. AFTERNOON SI>SION. 1:30 p.m. Business uitjting if County alli ance. EVENING SESSION. Public msetlng In .vs'emjiy hail. 7:30 p. ta. o ig im;r ca in- the audience. 1m ■ iho iatlou — Mi.a Ri.la Barbee. Song—Mi-- Irene Wardal. Address, Toe ouiniou wealth—Rev. L. L. Web star. Song—Roy Bauldirg. Impersonation—Mrs. Annette Van Brandts. SECOND DAY—fl'B.lC MEETINO. 0:00 a. aa. 1-aper, Public Highways—J. P. Caiao of Pomona. Diatusiion, led by P. K. Wood 10:00 a. m. Paper, Altruistic Ametlca—Prof. G. 8 Trowbridge of tVhittier. Ditcutsion, .ed by Mr-. M. 11. Myrick. 11:00 a, m. Paper, Woman's -pherc in the State—Mrs W. C. Bowmm ot Los Angeles, Dis cushion, led by J. R. Hrrdwlck. AFTERNOON SESSION. 1:30 p.m. Paper, Taxation—Ralph E. Hoyt of Los Angeles. Discussion, led by X. M. WardalL 2:30 p. m. Papar, State and '"ational Control of the Liquor Traffic—P- T. Durly sf Colegrove. Discussion, led by Mr. Lucas of Compton. The revolution Of medicinal aeenta ie gradually relegat ing the old-time berba, pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of figa. To get the true remedy ccc tbat it is manufactured by tbe California Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale by all leading druggists. The People of San Diego And Coronado are all agog over the ap proaching Spanish bull fight. A num ber of famoui Mexican matadors have been engaged for the conflict. A CRIMINAL CHARGE. Henry J. nnd H. U. Stanley Aecassd of ■mbcEilvniant. A complaint charging embezzlement wae filed yesterday in Justice Bartholo mew's court against Henry J. Stanley and H. G. Stanley, as an outgrowth ol the appeal case of Swenson vs. Cassasa, tried before Judge York the day before, in which he affirmed the judgment of Justice Bartholomew. Charles Swenson borrowed $800 from Mrs. Cassasa, in which transaction old man Stanley and bis son acted as agents for Mrs. Oaesada. They held back $200 of the amount from Swenson, ostensibly* to wait until the building he was erect ing reached proportions sufficient to re lease the $200. But Swenson never got the monnr. The Stanleys claimed they had turned over all tbey received from Mrs Cassasa. Later Swenson sued Mrs. Cassasa for the $200, but Juetice Bar tholomew gave judgment in her favor, she establishing that she bad given the Stanleys the full $300. Judge York af firmed this judgment, and now Mr. Swenson brought a criminal charge of embezzlement against the Stanleys. The eon was arrested yesterday and his bond fixed at $400, which he was en deavoring to obtain yesterday morning without su cess, and he was finally put in the county jail. For Over-Fifty V.ars Mrs. WorstOV/'l Southing Syri'p has been used for children teething. It soothes th* ctr.id, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, aid is the best remedy for diar rhoea. Twenty five cent* a bottle. DIED. CORONEI.-In thia city, April 17, 1894., An tonio P. Oi ■ eel, aged 7o years. Funeral fron. .he lamlly -esldeuce, 701 Cen tral avenue, Saturday, Ap ■ 1 'Ist, at 9 a.m.: thence to the Cathe Irai, whete a solemn re quiem mass will be held. Interment at Cal vaiy Cemetery. Friends Invited. BTOLL— At the residence ot her parents, 520 -last Twouly-third street, Leonora, Infant dat ghter of ilea X and Sadleßtoll. A ill DEPARTURE Not a Dollar Need Be Paid Us for Treatment of Rupture Until Cure ls Effected. DP. C. EDGAR SMITH S GO SPECIALISTS Positively cure in from thirty to s.xty days all kinds of SUPTUKE VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, rir.ES AND FISSURE. FI-iTULa, ULCI< ATI ON •, etc., etc. without the use of knife, dratviug blood or de tention from bitalne'a Diseases of Women Skillfully Treated. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE Can refer Iriti retted parlies to prominent Loi Angeles c tlzena who have been treated by them Cure gutrauteej. 000 8. MAIN ST., COR. SEVENTH. 3-7-i2m LOS INUELKB, CAL. Consult an Experienced Lady Physician Firat Lady Licentiate ol Kentucky. Kducat-d jr***X!;J>) abtoad; m.ny yean of la? C-Jb mcressful j,. ctlco iv I „. yy thia city! Indorsed by V leadiug phy»iclans of every school ;treataUtar- Jlfj- laeand Rectal diseases b > uew and advanced Tall Via melhoda without knif'j lift. A\ or can.t'c: in Prolapsus, I I Mm. 't\ Ulceration, congestion, i- ■11 Imm 1 Leucorrnea, one trial 1 lijl \> "t'T / will convince; success i / ,v ' treatment In Bter i If '/Pot ( " ltT ("Sero no malfor- I fl l&rJ mailon exists). Ovarian Tumors, Lropay, Ca -1 V Ssf tarrh of tho bladder, a I J a Talpltation of the Heart a \M i It Constipation, ith-nna- Fl I A lit Ull ,i * m ' Varlioio Veins, ■»» I- / lUll Blilu * ud B'ood Dla * \ I i AlL eaeeSj Prurius, i < /• ( ; Burning Piles, iinmn <~C» ' 1 14&'- v diate cure for Heat or •O* Tin Worms: prompt re lief In Painful or Suppressed Menstruation. Office and residence in her brick block, 127 K. Third street, between Main st d Los Ange les. 3 10 tf iveducVvon. at &ABEL [INOORPORATED.I 312 S. SPRING ST., Just Below Third. CURE BATHS. Tha Los Angeles Cure Bath aud Massage In stitute, 030 South Broadway. New science of Healing; uniform method of cure without medicine or operation; tlrst-elass diet, bend for prospectus. IIR. L. GOSSMANN, Practitioner of Natural Therapeutics. 4-18 ly HotelTerragina REDLANDS, OAL. JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moun tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter season. CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop WM. M. TISDALE, Manager. 1 THE HOLLENBEGK Best Appointed Hotel iv He 'tM i American and Kurop.-»u Plant. Mill n Location. First-class Service. Reasonable Kates. W Finest Cafe iv the City * n Conll,,ct ■ o • , • A - c - billcke & co., *5* 10 7 6m rBOVRIHTORi COAL! COAL! COAL!" SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON,) nnMCC _, r CANNEL, - - - - J DOMESTIC. NANAIMO, FOR STEAM. "WHITE'S CEMSNT, COKE, CHARCOAL, EXC FUEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. HANOOCK BANNING, IMPORTER, Telephones BS and IB4G sis tt p-p West Seeouil street. IMPORTING GROCER, 136-138 N Fpring m>K. WHITE'S •W I DISPENSARY DR. WHITE, the oldest lestablishedI established specialist, has devoted mors time (aa city papers show) to the exclu siye treatment ol sexual chronic diseaaes ol men and women than any other advertiaing phyai cian in thia city. Blood and skin diseaaea, red spots, pain in bonce, aore throat and mouth, blotches and ernptiona of tbe akin, ulcers, painful swellings, etc.; kidney and bladder dis eaaea, frequent mictnrition,scalding, in flammation, gravel, etc.; organic weak ness, undeveloped organs, impediment" to marriage, nervous debility, impaired memory, mental anxiety, absence of will power, weak back, lost vitality, melan choly and all diseases resulting from ex cesses, indiscretion or overwork, recent or old, speedily, thoroughly and perma nently cured. "Where ahall Igo to get cored ?" many a sufferer asks, not know ing whom to trust. Go where thousands of others bave gone and be restored to perfect health, tbe comforts of home and tbe enjoyment of society—to Dr. White's old eettbliehed office, located 8 yours in Los Angeles. All lingering chronic dis eases that have been neglected or have failed to yield to the treatment of less ekillfnl hands soon get well under Dr. White's superior treatment. Patients wishing speedy relief and sore cure should consult Dr. White, whose long, extensive experience enables him to ap ply tbe proper treatment at once without useless experiments, thus saving the patient much time md expense. Office and private laboratory, 128 North Main atreet, Los Angeles, Cal. Out-of-town patients treated by mail and express. A VELVETY SKIN Can be obtained by every lady by the use et that marvel ol complexion crea v called CREME RHEIA It makes tho roughest skin «.nt and velvety, being a positive enre for chapeed, chafed and sunburnt skin. It Is Imported from France, and is an essential to Parisian ladlei' toilet. IMPERIAL HAltt BAZAAR Under t!. : Hoiieauac, ao< end street, Baker Iron Works 950 TO 886 BUENA VISTA ST. LOS ANQELES, - OA I Adjoining B. P. grounds. Tel. 124. MATLOCK & REED, REAL ESTATE AND General Auctioneers OFFICE 112 S, BROADWAY. Make sales of real estate, lire sock, furnl tnte or merchandtso anywhere in Southern California. Licensed auctioneers tor Los Angeles, Ven tuia and San Bernardino counties. AUCTION SA LE At .Salesroom. No. 4T! south Spring- st., FRIDAY, April 20, at 10 A. M. and 2 P. JU. Consisting of 40 Bedroom Suits, Chair*. Tables, Parlor Furniture, Book Case, Sidubisrd, Oaf. pata, Rugs, Toliet bets, Blanket , it at r.ts-ee, Springs, Lace curtains, etc. STEVENS & BROWN, AUCTIONEERS. OFFICE, 413 SOOTH SPRING ST. Notice for Pnblioitton of Time for Proving; Will, Etc, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CAL lfornta, county of Los Angeles—-58. Ia tho matter of the estate of Charles Trel chel, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, tho Sithdavof April, 1894, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, at the court room of this court, Department Two thereat In t lie city of Los Angelea, county of Los Angeles, and state of California, has been appointed as the time und place for hearins the application ot VV. C. P. Treichel, praying thai a docu ment now on lile in this court purp. :ii» th bo the last will and testament of the said Jge ceased, be admitted to probate, ilia! letters testamentary be issued thereon to hliu, at which time nnd place all persons interested therein may appear and contest the same. Dated April 10, 1394. T. H. WARS, County Clerk. By C. W. Blare, Deputy. Leo & Scott, atioriroys (or petitioner. 4- 12- 121 Kerekholf-Cuzner MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WHOLESALE AND REiA.IL Main Oflice: Los Aagelea. Whol sals Yard at San P< dm. Branch Yards*. Pa*u*leti .. Amanda, Avjta. 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