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NOTES
Weather r.nreau.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles
July 16. 1894:
i
.1)
a. m. 29.97 "it
p. m.|-!> 881 7;t
! M -Clm
| 50 I \Y
O Fluffy. I
('• | Clair. I
Maximum temperature, 80.
Minim ua temperature, s'-.
Minnie Cota waa committed to tbe
county jail yesterday from Santa Monica
to serve 20 days tor dieturbing the
peace.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union Telegraph oflice, cor
ner ol Court and Main streets for
B. N. Pratt, S. H. Pierce, M. L. Bridge,
Mrs. Ella Bogga, Mra. B. Trowbridge,
Miss Katharine Barnett.
A lively runaway occurred on Broad
way yesterday afternoon. A horse be
longing to Mr. Frigard broke loose from
Spring and Third streets end ran to
Broadway. The animal and its attached
baggy ran into a wagon in front oi the
city hall, (smashing both vehicles.
The man whom Officer Rico arrested
Sunday with stolen harness in his pos
session turns out to be L. A. Jackson,
wbo escaped from the chain gang sev
eral days ago. Jackson was eerving
time for petty larceny. As tho man who
owns the harness has identified it, Jack
son will be prosecuted on prior convic
tion, which means a term in the state
prison.
The traina yesterday brought in great
quantities of mail and express. The
(Southern Pacific overland brought in
seven pouches of letters and 149 tie
sacks of papers for the city, while 14
pouches of letters and 108 tie sacks of
papers were received for distribution
throughout Southern California. The
poatoffice employes are almost besieged
with mail since the trains are running. |
PERSONAL.
O. T. Bassstt of El Paso is in the city.
H. E. Lacy of Tucson is at the Hollen
beck.
A. B. Kittradge, a merchant of El
Paao, is at the Hollenbeck.
Fred S. Cox and Harry Gethson of
Sen Francisco are iv the city.
Wm. F. E. Gurley, Mrs. Long and
Misses McDonald are a party oi touriatß
at the Hollenbeck.
8. Witkowski of Kowalsky & Co.,
commission merchants of San Francisco,
ia at the Hollenbeck.
A. J. Snodgrasa, W. E. Shepherd aad
W. O. Hunt, all well-known citizena of
Ventura, are in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bergstrom and
Mra. Basshardt, prominent people of
Kan Antonio, are in the city.
Detective A. B. Lawson returnod
jreaterday from Fresno where be was
employed in the Saundera forgery case.
Hon. Tom Fitch, tbe silver-tongued
orator who is known from Arizona to
the British lice, ia here from San Fran
cisco.
Dan .7. l.yon, who graces the desk at
the Hollenbeck hotel,returned yesterday
from a three weeks' visit to San Fran
cisco and assumed his former post.
Police Judge Austin is spending the
week at Long Heaeu. The judge has
been in ill health for some time, and
has gone to the seaside to recuperate.
Maj. S. G. Black of Ventura, Republi
can candidate for stats superintendent
of public instruction, is in tbe city. He
will visit several points in Southern Cal
ifornia during the week.
Tbe well-known capitalist, Mr. Gur
■ey, jr., bas returned from a four months'
visit to Bt. Louis, where he has been
busy settling up eastern financial affairs
In order to enable him to invest larger
in Southern California. He expresses
himself as delighted at getting home
again, declaring there is no place like
Southern California aud Los Angeles.
Vbflu Traveling,
Whether on pleasure bent or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of
Figs, aa it acts most pleasantly and ef
fectually on the kidneys, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, headacbeß
and other forma of sickness. For sale
in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug
lists. Manufactured by the California
Kig Syrup company only.
——
Kckstrom does the wall paper business of
the city. He bas a large stock, good taste aud
lowest prices. 300 8. Matn st.
Dr. Parker, dentin, Vi9\i West First street.
MEMORANDA.
Go and see W. R. Burke & Co., 213 1 3
North Spring street, agents Mutual Fire
and Broadway Insurance companies of
New York, and see the large list of Los
Angeles policy holders, embracing lead
ing merchants, who are getting the ben
efit of tire insurance at reduced rates,
lbeee companies have been doing busi
ness in California for years and are high
ly indorsed by representative citizens.
Dr. Rebecca Leo Doraev. Stimsoa
block, second floor, rooms 120, 130, 131,
Special attention given to obstetrical
cases aud all diseases of women and
children. Electricity scientifically Bead.
Consultation hours, Ito 5. TeleDhone
1227.
Persons desiring to frame their por
traits will rind the beet selection of
frames at Liichteuberger'a art empor
ium, 107 North Main street. Artists
will find it to tbeir advantage tv pur
chase their supplies there.
Go with the crowd to the Cosmopoli
tan dining hai., 211-22 L West Second I
street, for turkey dinners aud eastern
loin Bteaks. Best of ice cream served
noon aud evenings. All ior 25 cents.
S. Oonrcdi, optician, watchmaker and j
jeweler, has removed to 113 Sauth Spring j
street. Fine diamond setting a special- j
ty. Watcheß, clocks and jowelery care
fully repaired and warranted.
Beet remedy for irritating bronhcial j
cough and soreness in the lungs is Row
ell's Cough mixture. We reccoiumend 1
it. A. )•;. Littleboy, oil South Spring St. j
Special—For a short time only, finest
enameled cabinet photos in the city, re-:
duced to $1 per dozen. ' Suubeam Art
Parlors, 236 Soutb Main Etreet.
Adams Bros., dentiste, 239.' a South
Spring street. Painless filling und ex
tracting. The bust sets of teeth from {0
to $10.
Have your piano tuned by A. G. j
Gardner, competent piano tuner, 118
Winston etreet, adjoining main poat
d trice.
Go to the Bryson Lumber company
ior the best lumber; finest line in the
city. Otliee, 207 \V. Second street.
Dr. M. H. Williams, specialist in all
head, throat, chest, blood and nervous
ifllictione, 127 South Broadway.
A tine now piano at a very low figure
this week at Gardner's, No. 118 Winston
alree*, near the main poetorhce.
C. D. Howry, leading funeral director,
Fifth and Broadway. Unequaled eer- )
vice at lowest prices. Tel. 107.
Mra. Dr. Wells removed, 252 South
Ocean avenue, Santa Monica. Car fares
deducted.
The Advance Davis sewing machine ia
the best. Odlce 128 South Main etreet.
Sharp &. Sameou, iuneral directors
(independent),s3BS. Spring St.; tel. 1029.
Sewing machines, in good working or
der, for $5 each. 128 South Main street.
All kinds of sewing machines repaired
at 128 South Main atreet; needles, oil.
Dr. Wallace A. Duuton, 304 N. Main,
opposite St. Elmo; tel. 1159.
All kinds of sewing machines for rent;
128 Soulb Main street.
F. R. Cunningham, dentist, Califor
nia Bauk building.
Beautiful Bellevue Terrace, tbe finest
hotel in the city.
Beautiful Bellevue Terrace, the ideal
family hotel.
Insure with A. C. Golch, 147 South
Broadway. *
Mexican leather carver, Campbell's
Curio store.
Dr. Darling baa moved to tbe Stimson
block.
Dr. Babcock has moved to Stimson
block,
Prß. Rogers k McCoy, Bryson block.
Rooms $2 a week. U. S. hotel.
Save money in hard timaa by reading
and advertising in the classified col
umns of tbe Hbhald, on the sixth page.
If you want anything you cau always
get suited by watching the columns of
tnis paper or spending a few ceuta in
advertising. The list presented daily
comprises: Help wanted, wanted situa
tions, business chancos, money to loan,
houses to rent, bouses wanted, city
property for sale, country propeity for
sale, personal notices, professional
cards and wants of ail descriptions. The
coat of advertising in these columns is
hut a trifle and the resulte, aa many
testify, are always satisfactory.
JOTTINGS.
Carpet Cleaning; at Bloeser'a.
Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable. 451-50
B. Broadway. Telephone 427.
Nelizke & Speck, Undertakers.
Have just fitted up elegant new pariorß at No.
25U South Main street. They have had over
20 years' business experience in this city, be
long to no combination, and give personal nt
ientiou to all otdersaud detui'a, at tho most
reasonable charges. Telephone IJI9. Open
day and night.
If You Are Troubled
I With weak lungs, consumption, dyspepsia or
1 loss cf appetite, drink Roxbury Rye, the purest
rye whisky made in tbe United Btates. Sold in
bottles ouly by H. J. Woollacott, sole agent
for Southern California-.
Wagner's Kimberley.
15S N. Main, opposite old courthouse. Specs
and eve glasses a specialty. Fine watch and
jewelry repairing, Also diamonds and tine
jewelry at lowest figures. Wagner, the old re
liable jeweler.
Our Home Brew.
Maler <fc Zobclein's lagtr, fresh from their
brewery, on draught lv all the principal sa
oons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
i Office nnd brewery, 411 Allso street. Teie
i phone 91.
Take Tour Faded or Soiled
Garments to th 6 American Dye Works—cleaned
dyed or renovated. Alto curtains, blankets,
etc. 3HOH S. Spring st. Works 615 W. Blub
street. Telephone 101 H.
Ladies' Outing Belts.
Mexican hand-carved leather belts, in all de
signs, for tbe seaside and mountains. Camp
bell's Curio Store, 325 S. Spring st.
Blackberries! Blackberries!
Best iv the market at wholesale prices. The
finest and most delicious iv the market at Ait
house Bros., 100 W. First st. Tel. 398.
The Public Auction
Of Police St.tion, on Second street, will be
held Tuesday, July 17th, at 10 a.m. For par
ticulars see city clerk.
Browne's Steel Dome Furnaces
Are sold on approval: make your contracts
now. Call or send for catalogue. F. K. Browne,
314 S. Spring st.
Wieland Beer on Draught
At McCarthy's, ISO N. Main St.; branch, Pine
and fiecond its,, Long Beach.
Finest Variety and Cheapest
Place in town for fish, game, oysters, terrapins
etc. Fred Hanimau's, Mott Market,
The Bellevue Terrace.
The Bellevue Terrace, an hotel where a per
on fcals at home.
Dr. D. F. Diffenbacher, Dentist.
No. S. Spring st.. rooms 4 and 5.
A Modern Millinery Store.
Hoffman & Co., 240 H. Spring at.
Wall paper bung, 10c roll; $323 8. Spring,
7,0S ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MOROTNG, JULY 17. 1894.
THE G. A. R. EVENT.
SPLENDID PROSPECTS FOR THE
ENCAMPMENT.
I ar;"c? Catharine of Veterana Ever Seen
in Southern California—Point!
About thft Camp and
tlie Programme.
The encampment of vaterans which
comnieiicas next Monday at Santo
Monica promises to exceed in size and
number anything of ita kind ever held
on the Pacific coast. Cp to date Com
mander Knts has received applications
for upwards ol two hundred tents, be
sides space for one hundred and thirty
private tents. This will tax Seventh
street park in Santa Monica to its ut
most capacity. The committee on tenta
•ad grounds visited Santa Monica yes
terday und extended th 3 camp ground
limits beyond the [.ark, laying out new
streets iv order to meet the increasing
demand for tent space. Details of men
are now at work on the ground,
cleaning up and preparing it for
occupancy. On Thursday, Capt. J. B.
SuintnonH, the quartermaster, accom
panied by Col. Brooker, will take to
Santa Monica 250 tents rented from the
Los Angeles Tont and Awning company,
aud proceed to put them up according to
the plan adopted and heretofore de
scribe.l in these columns. At tbe same
time Capt. Frank Hobart will bring oue
carload of tents from Ventura, which
includes the •'Big" tent and other head
quarters' tents, and put them up iv the
place unsigned them.
Ou Friday, Commander Kutz with
Adjutant Brady will proceed to the
cauip and establish headquarters. From
that data all communications ebould be
addressed to the commander at Santa
Monica.
The Southern Pacific and Southern
California railway companies will place
on sale ticse'.s to the encampment
ou inly 22d, under tha following rules:
From Los Angeles aud intermediate
stations regular round trip tickets will
be sold. From ail other points tickets
will be acid under what is known aa the
certificate plan. That is. partiea desir
ing to visit tho encampment will pur
chase oue way tickets, going, and ob
taining from agent from whom ticket
was purchased a receipt, shotting tbat
full fare is paid. This receipt muet be
piesented to <iaarteriuasier Summons at
the camp, wno will endorse the same,
and upon its presentation to the ticket
agent at Santa Monica the bolder will
be entitled to a return ticket at one
third fare. These rates are not confined
to members of Ihe G. A. li., W. R. C,
ladies of the G. A. R. aud S. of V., but
are good for friends of these orders as
well as camp equipage properly packed
aud in good condition, will be carried
iree in baggage cnr. Arrangements have
been made whereby cots, etc., may be
rented on the grounds at tha following
rates: Single cots, 50 cents ; double cote,
$1; double box-spring mattresses, $1,50;
common mattresses, 50 cents, for the
term of the encampment. Chairs,
tables, etc., can be rented at a uominai
cost. These items are giveu in answer
to numerous inquiries which have been
made ot the commander. The citizens
ol Santa Monica are already preparing
\to receive the veterans in a royal man
' ncr, and are determined that nothing
: Bhall bs ieft undone on their part to
make the encampment a succe.'s. The I
reports from the most distant points in
the district are of the most encouraging
character, autl thia is especially so from
Ventura, Santa Paula, San Bernardino,
Kedlands, Riverside, Escondido and San
Diego, from which points a muuh larger
number will be present than baa ever
vieited any prior encampment.
The Woman's Relief corps are es
pecially active, and to tbeir efforts is
due in a great measure the sucoess of
the coming encampment. Mra. Maud
Brooker. president, assisted by Mrs.
Kate Munson, treaeurer, Mrs. Bird
Thomas, secretary, and an efficient staff
of oflicera, is untiring in her efforts to
assist tbe veterans. The ladies of the
|G. A. R. are also doing much in tbe
j came direction, and the old boya feel
grateful to both of these associations for
the assistance tbey have co cheerfully
furnished.
The veterans have prepared a large
l headquarters tent for the members of
| the press who visit tbe camp, and oor-
I dially invite all pencil shavers to give
them a call. We wish them every suc
cess.
Notice to the Pnhlle.
The Texas and Pacific and Iron Moun
tain routes, in connection with tbe
! Southern Pacific company, via Ei Paso,
are open for traffic to all local and cast-
I crn pointe. Passengers and freight will
jbe delivered at destination without de
lay by these lines. For information call
on any Southern Pacific agent or tele
-1 phone to J. H. Craig,
Traveling Agent, Hollenbeck hotel.
A. .7. Do Rußsy, Gen'l Ag't, San Fran
cisco.
Found.
At 220 South Spring street, Smith's
Dandruff Pomade, cure cure for dan
j druff and failing hair. Every bottle
{ guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
, refunded. By H. M. Sale & Co,
New Time Card on tbe Manta F«.
Note important changes in the run
i ning oi trains on the Southern Califor
, nia railway Santa Fe route). See time
{ table in this issue.
The wall parser dealer of tne city is Eckstrom
309 S. Main street.
You
DR. & CO.,
New York Specialists for Private Diseases of Men,
We are the Only Doctors in So. Cal. Treating Diseases of /Ten Exclusively..
Seminr.! Weakness. Premature Ejaculation. Varicocele, (without the knife or ligature),
Hydrocele, Warts, Blood Taints, Biudder and Kidney Diseases, Stricture und Gleet result
ing from badly treated (ionorohoon, quickly and permanently cured. Elderly men suffer
ing from Prostatic troubles, manifested by frequent urination, especially at night, given
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COB. MAIN AND THIRD STS.,
COver Welii-Faigo E». entrance on Xbird St., x*o& -A iij> cles.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest TJ. S. Gov't Report
ABSOLUTIST TORE
A HEATING SYSTEM ADOPTED.
The Board or Ednmtton Act on a Plan
/ of Ventilation.
The board of education met lastnight,
I with President Pepper in the chair, to
■ consider plana for the heating and ven
tilation cf the high school.
A report was submitted by Superin
tendent of Buildings Eisan on the differ
ent plans. After reviewing the dilfer
| ent plans Bubmittsd, Mr. Eisen stated
i as follows:
j ''Personally my own choice, consider
ing the location of the building, tho dis-
I tributiou of the various apartments, the
j construction oi supports, and this cxi-
J gonciea of thia climate, aud ol the occu
-1 pancy of the building, would be to aug
: ment the temperature of tbe roome
j when required by a hot water appaia
: tue, and would lay particular stress upon
j the withdrawal of the foul air to a re
| ceiving chamber in the apex of the roof,
1 the air of which would be superheated
i by solar rays in summer, and by coilß in
the winter, and the discharge cf air
through ventilating cowls aided by the
operationa of a vacuum fan forming part
of tbe cowl, and run by tin electric mo
tor, tbe fan, cowl and motor inclosed
within a non sound conducting cham
ber. At the same lime tho factors of
price and caef of operation of the more
advanced methods would possibly influ
-1 ence my decision."
Mr. Stein stated that he would like to
know definitely juat what plan Mr.
Eisen favored. He wae satisfied that
everyone who had looked into the mat
ter was satisfied as to the necessity of a
perfect system of ventilation and heat
ing.
Mr. Patty raised the question that the
important question was that of ventila
tion; it was easy to heat the building
but the best plan of ventilation should
be adopted.
There waa come discussion as to the
number of heat units that could be ob
tained from a pound of coal and then
the repreaentativee of the different con
cerns bidding ou the contract were
heard. Mr. Patty moved that the
Wyman system with the double exhaust
with the boilers outside of the building
be adopted. A vote was taken and the
Wyman plan waa adopted by ayss 4,
noee 3; and tbe children of the high
school will not be frozen to death next
winter.
COURT NOTES.
Items Picked tip In Various Tribunals.
N, iv Suits Filed.
In tbe caee uf Pratt ye. Mansfield, in
Judge Olark'o court, a motion to dissolve
tbe injunction in force was argued and
BuV)Tuvtt«d.
Sheriff Ciine wae appointed assignee
by Judge York yesterday in the insolv
ency case of S. A. Widney.
Gnadaioupo Agoia, an incorrigible, 15
years old, was sent to Whittier yeßterday
hy .ludgo York.
Demurrers to the complaints were
cnn!e : eed before Judge Van Dyke yester
day in the cases oi Crandall va. Thomp
son and Crandall vs. Crandall, with
leave to plaintiff to amend.
Judge McKinley gave judgment for
plaintiff yesterday in the case of Hough
vs. Mcivoon, an action to require a deed
to be executed to the plaintiff.
A divorce waa granted yesterday by
Judge McKinley to J. Davis, from Mrs.
B. Daviß, on the ground oi desertion.
John Cleghorn, a native of Scotland,
was admitted to citizenship yesterday,
by Judge Shaw.
NEW SUITS FILED.
The following new suits were filed
yesterday.
The Pacific Land company vb. Robert
Lee Watson and J. J. Watson. Suit on
promissory note for 1647.82,
W. M. Alumbaugh et al. vs. B. W.
Kinney et al. Suit on mechanics' liens
against a number of defeudanta for dif
ferent amounts claimed to be due.
S. Lyons and Theodore L. Lyons vs.
F. A. Marcbe and wife. Suit ou a prom
issory note for $150.
A divorce complaint wbs filed by
William T. Uoulet vs. Catherine 0.
Houlet.
W. 11. Nelson, who is in the drug
business at Kingville, Mo., has so much
confidence in Chamberlain'j Colic,
Cholera and Diarrh<ea Remedy, that he
warrants every bottle and offers to re
fund the money to any customer who is
not satisfied after using it. Mr. Nelson
takes no risk in doing thia, because tbe
remedy ia a certain euro for the diseases
for which it is intended, and be knows
it. It is for sale by Off it Vaughn,
Fourth and Spring street, C. T. Heinze
man, 222 North Main street, druggists.
Santa Catalina Island.
Wilmington Transportation Company's
steamers making daily trips. Special
excursions Saturdays and Sundays. See
railroad time tables and display ad
vertisement, this paper, or 180 West
Second street.
NOT A GOOD JOB.
ALTHOUGH MISS MAMIE THOUGHT
SHE HAD SHUFFLED.
A Pretty Girl's Tain Attempt to
Solve the Great Mystery of
What Ia In tbe
Hereafter.
Mies Mamie Campbell, a young lady
residing with her sister, Mrs. Morgan,
at 640 Wall etreet, attempted to commit
soicide yesterday at noon by taking
nlorpbice.
The young lady is employed in the
Excelsior Laundry, on Los Angelea
street, ber eiator being an attache of the
Anchor Lauudry. She ia seventeen
years of age, and very pretty.
Soon after ehe had taken the deadly
drug Dr. Finch was called in. He used
the stomach pump very effectually, and
aoon had the lady restored to conscious
ness. She was resting very easy last
night, and may soon be out again.
Miss Campbell refuted to tell why
she attempted to kill herself. She ad
mitted, however, tbat she thought she
had made a goud job of it. Upon recov
ering last night ehe chatted in as happy
a mood as ever, and did not seem at all
despondent.
AN OLD JAIL BIRD.
Harry Oliver Found Guilty or Grand
Larceny.
Harry Oliver was tried in Judge
Smith's court yesterday on a charge of
grand larceuy. He und a man named
Frunk Dow killed a pet goat belonging
to the children of 11. T. Gordon, last
April, and made away witb it, as well as
a set of harness. The stolen articles,
minus the goat's carcaes, were found in
Oliver's stable. Afterward Dow got out
by :. ti.-_.au corpus proceedings, and
skipped.
Oliver's defense yesterday was an at
tempt to prove an alibi, and a statement
that Dow told him ho committed the
theft himeoif. It camo out on the trial
that (liiver had bean twice before con
victed of felony, both times in San Ber
nardino county, once for grand larCßny
and once for aasault to commit rape.
His sentences amounted to 15 yeare,
and he served that long, minus bis cred
its.
The jury received ihe case late yester
day afternoon and piomptly found the
defendant guilty.
a WU I.ODI .jm.cu. >
Mm. Phcebe Thomas ol Junction City, 111.
was. told by her doctjrs she had consumption
au i that iliero was no hop. lor her, but two
bottles of Dr. King's New DUcovery complete
ly cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr.
Thos. Kgeere, 131) Klond'-ptreet, Han Francisco,
sniveled from i dreadful cold, approaching con
sumption, trlsd without result everything
cisc, then Inugucone bottle of L>r. King's New
Discovery and in two weeks w.u cur*u. He is
naturally thankful. It Is such results,of which
th. Bfl a o samples, that prove the wonderful
eflicaey of this medicine in coughs aud ctlds.
Free trial b)ttie at c. 1-. lleinzeman's drug
store. 2213 --.or.h Main street. Regular size,
00c and $1.
A. A. Kckstrom, .100 S. Main street, is wheer
jou want to go looking for good wall paper at
ihe right price.
Wall paper house ol tno const, 023 8. Bprlng,
Dr. Parker, dentist, 126% West First street.
DIED.
CHKOINK Y—ln this city, July 15, 1804, J. S.
Cbeoiney, a na*.ive ot France, aged 45
years.
Friends and acquaintances arc respectfully
iuvlied to attend the funeral, TucsJay. July
lTin, at 2 p.m., the auspices oi Los An
geles LoJira No. 55, A.O. U. W. Members of
sit tor "odi.e* and nil visiting brothers re-pect
fuily invited l<* attend. Fu tier til from the un
dertaking parlors of Orr &. I'atteißon, 147 North
Spring street.
WEBBTSR—At 721 Fan Pedro st , July 15th,
1804, Ann li., Wile of T. J. Webster, aged
50 year?.
Funeral today at 2 p, m. Friends cordially
invited.
I>5C. WHITE'S
■W i DISPENSARY
§DR. WHITE the oldest
established specialist, has
devotod more time (bb city
papers show) to the exclu
sive treatment of sexual
and chronic diseases of
men and women than any
other advertising physi
cian in this city. Blood
and skin diseases, red spots, pain in
bor.es, sore throat and mouth, blotches
and eruptions of the skin, ulcers, painful
swellings, etc.; kidney and bladder dis
eases, frequent micturition, scalding, in
flammation, gravel, etc.; organic weak
ness, undeveloped organs, impediments
to marriage, nervous debility, impaired
memory, mental anxiety, absence of will
power, weak back, lost vitality, melan
choly and all dieeaseß resulting from ex
cesses, Indiscretion or overwork, recent
or old, speedily, thoroughly and perma
nently cured. "Where shall Igo to get
cured?" many a sufferer asks, not know
ing whom to trust. Go where thousands
of others have gone and be restored to
perfect health, the comforts of home and
the enjoyment of Bociety—to Dr. White's
old established office, located 8 years in
Los Angeles. All lingering chronic dis
eases that have been neglected or have
failed to yield to the treatment of less
skillful hands soon get well under Dr.
White's superior treatment. Patients
wishing speedy relief and sure cure
should consult Dr. White, whose long,
extensive experience enables him to ap
ply the proper treatment at once without
useless experiments, thus saving the
patient much time and expense. Office
and private laboratory, 128 North Main
Btreet, Los Angeles, Cal. Out-of-town
patients treated by mail and express.
A Chance For All Ladies.
We havo a splendid line of Switches, made
of sort, silky hair, short stems and excellent
value in nil shades of brown,
FROM $1 SO UP.
Also giey hnir switches at the same price
Bangs In all shades and styles. Hair tlyeisg
and bleaching *uccesifully done at „ho
IMPERIAL HAIR BAZAR,
Under the Hollenbeck, Second at,
EAGLESONS
GRAND STOCK OF
FANCY
SHIRTS
NEGLIGE
SHIRTS
OUTING
SHIRTS
SUMMER
UNDERWEAR
-5.ATfc-
REDUCED PRICES
112 S. Spring St.
i Or>r> TMr>rlf>aii.
ARRIVAL EXTRAORDINARY
—OF THE—
World's Most Famous Medium
MME. DeCAMOR
>sw_ Who can bo consulted on
sB&MSSImWtL. all affairs of life; toll
everything with as much
<?-t'&/v&§!YvX ease as 11 sho had Known
you always; give luck in
2Hry an r ove ana business affairs
BY with perfeot satisfaction.
v& I If you are sick or in trou
,. ' \ /" bio of any kind call and
.\\v» i / see her. There ie no doubt
\JU\ "S~ i'■ that Mme. DoOamor Is the
\ greatest medium on earth:
TP > nas been tested by the
OtV nobility of Europe aud
patronised by the business
fl h t\h ' men and women ol tbe
world.
Call and satisfy yourself that she Is genuine.
If you cannot call send date of birth, look of
hair and one dollar by mall, with stamped ad
dressed envelope, and have your fortune writ*
ten.
Locating mines and hidden treasures a spec
ialty.
Diseases treated successfully by mail.
Bend for circular. Eours 10 a. m, to 8 p. in.
Call or address
MME. DeCAMOR,
Nadeau Hotel, Parlors 101 and 102,
First Floor.
7-12 3m
MEAD, WRIGHT & GO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BUTCHERS
138 North Main Street.
Finest meats of all kinds constantly
kept on hand and supplied on short no
tice at reasonable rates. 5-3 3m
FNIGHT'S HOTEL
JL Jl_ Bear Valley Summer Resort, San Bernardino Co., Cal.
RATES $10 PER WEEK.
Tho finest trout fishing in the state. A fine trail has lust bean completedfrom tha
hotel to Bear Creea. tho paradise for trout fishers KlaTMlon 670fJff t. Boats, saddle
horses and burros for hire at the hotel at reasonable ratal. Coach le»T« riew St. Charlei
Hotel. San Bernardino, on Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 a.m. Saw M "dad trip.
Tickets for sale at Santa Fe ticket offices, LOl Angelea and Sin Bsrairdlno.
For full particulars address
6-33 em GUS KNIGHT. Jr, Prop., Pine Lake, Cal.
I' KREGELO FONERALDIRECTORS. I
Dorcrr STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
bK.LO.LLii Tel. 24,3. 6575. BROADWAY AND SIXTH ST ,
,■■„.,■ mm . | _. .iin.M.HiippiBWHII'WIISP'P I — ITTT'"-| TTH i
to gSS I II I " ' ——
IMPORTING GROCER, 136-133 X Spring
)- * I
THE LOS ANGELES
ELECTRIC COMPANY
Begs to announce that it is now
furnishing
INCANDESCENT
ELECTRIC LIGHT
BY
METER MEASUREMENT
ELECTRIC CURRENT AVAILABLE
FROM 7 a.m. to MIDNIGHT.
Parties desiring Incandescent Elec
tric Light on the meter system where
lines are not extended will please
make immediate application at the
office of the company,
457 S. BROADWAY
6-16 lm
41CTIIEE1
pjAVINQ LEASED THE STORE
No. 206 S. Spring St.,
Just opposite the Hollenback Hotel, w«
v#.]ib* prepared after July Ist to re
ceive cotisfgnmnnts of all kinds ot
merchandise, and hiving the be.it loca
tion 111 tbe city, wlfl enabl* 113 to make
good salaa and quick return..
MATLOCK & REED,
AUCTIONEERS,
206 8. BPRIN3 ST.
AUCTION!
Tuesday, July 17, at salesroom,
413 S. Spriiijr st., at 2 p.m.
To close consignment will odor by auotion a
fine line of Secretaries, Desks, Sideboards,
Baby Buggies. Bodroom Suites, Mattresses,
Springs, Pillows, Spreads, Carpets, Rugs, Toilet
Sets, Lace Curtains, etc.
STEVENS & BROWN,
AU OT IO NEERS.
ajwe -.«v'«» tv». «Jt y~ Rr>VS
t»fi For The Same su\V B^S 4 ®)
312 S. Spring at. below Third.
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* *ROBT. L. GARRETT & CO. %
* oito N. Main St., Los Angeles, £
* FUNERAL MUECMKS AND BMBALHBBB, ♦
0 l-Trst olass equipment. Largeand well v
+ selected stock, Reasonable and fair .">
«> prices. Careful and skillful treatmeni. 4t
+ Special attention given to embalming +
0 and shipping bodies to distant parts of -.:>
+ the country, |3f-Sight calls promptly *
« attended to. v
1 A T.l.phaa. No. 75. 4> ->
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Painless Dentistry
Fine do!d Filllnr,
t'rowu aud Bridge
All Operations
k SON
V\i Rooms 18-19,
CM/MfiV. WX- t.n ftljlo7 N. BPRINU ST.
MATERIAL,
HARD WOODS,
IRON, STEEL,
HORSE SHOES AND NAILS,
Blacksmiths' Coal, Tools, Etc.
JOHN WIQMORE,
117,119 and 131 South Los Angeles Street.
Baker Iron Works
950 TO 9UO BOE MA VIS TA ST.
LOS ANGELES, - CAL.
Adjoining S. P. Orounds. Tel. 124,

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