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PASADENA NEWS TO DATE. Tie Pasadena Opera Company's Performance. Mr. W. H. Pinney Receives Danger ous Injuries by a Horse's Heels. Aa Opara Wall Played by Amslisr Fir foraasra — Miss Btatoalf's Uouoert. Lossl Motes and Parsonal Mention. Pasadena, Nov. 30.—The second and final performance of The Pirates of Pensance was given by the Paaadena Opera club this evening to a good sized audience, especially for a aecond night performance, which are not usually large drawing oards in Pasadena. Tbe suc cessful manner in which the club bas put on thia opera assurea them of an even larger support at future events of the kind. It is probable that a number of operas will be given doting tbe win ter, tbe Mikado being tbe next contem plated. The performance tbis evening, if anything, went off smoother tban on Ibe first presentation, Ibe choruses com ing out stronger. The policeman's chorus was the favorite, Mr. Kohler, aa the captain, bringing down tbe house. Mrs. Kendall, aa tbe faithful piratical maid of all work, waa a decided success, carrying out the obaraeter to perfection. Mr. Johnson, aa Frederick, oarried the part through in good shape, but bia voice was not quite equal to tbe demand npon it in solo work. Mre. Clapp, as usual, was the favorite of tbe audience. Her costume of white satin waa a very artistio production. Professor Kyle was good as usual, and bis powerful bass voice was heard to perfection in the solo, I Am a Pirate King, Miss Bertha Raymond, Miss Elizabeth Jones and Misa Helen Forbea, dangbter of the major-general, all took tbeir parts well, especially Miss Raymond, wbo waa heard to good effect in several short ■olos. Taken as a whole tbe manage ment aud all connected with tbe opera, are lo be congratulated upon the very successful production. A MUSICAL EVENING. A concert waa given by Miss Anns N. Metcalf at the Presbyterian ohurch tbis evening, assisted by local talent. Tbe programme rendered was as follows: Torchlight March, organ solo, Uullmant—M. X illh Haines. Quartette, Madeleine, Eoeckel—Miss Metcalf, Miss Eaton. Mr. Goodwin, Mr. Blake. Appsssiouata, Vlenxtemps—Arnold Krauts. a Ceiette, Newoomb: b Lullaby. Lucks tone — Anna V. Metes f. Voc 1 solo, selected—Wlnfleld Blake. Traviata Fantasia, Verdi Alard—Arnold Krauss. Into'inezio from Oavallerla Rnatloana, Maa cas.nl, violin ooltgato—Anna V. Metcalf. a Berceuse, Spinner; b Gavotte from Mlgnon, Tboma*, organ solos—is. Kdltb Haines. i.l lanette. Cradle Song, Henry Smart—Miss Metcalf, Mist Eaton, Mr. Goodwin, Mr. Blaae. A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Mr. W. H. Pinney, an aged gentle men wbo lives on North Marengo ave nue, met.with a serious accident yester day afternoon. No one was present when-tbe accident occurred and it is not known exactly bow it came about. Mr. Pinney at 7 o'clock went out to tbe stable to take care of the horse and in atreupting to lead the animal out of the stable be became frightened and jerked loose, and wheeling, kioked Mr. Pinney in tbe aids. When found by members of tbe family a short time afterward be was unconscious, and upon a doctor be ing called in two ribs were found broken and tbe body otherwise quite badly bruised. The injuries were promptly attended lo and today the injured man was resting quite easily. EPWORTH LEAGUE MEETS. An intsreitiog and wall attended meeting of the Kpworth league was held in the M. £. church last evening. The Boys' Brigade orchestra was present and furnished much entertainment daring tbe course of tbe evening, in addition to a abort musical progtamme, wbicb was carried out. . Over $85 wai collected dnring the evening for missionary purposes, from among members of tbe league, and it is the intention of the body to raise the sum to $105, bsing 60 oents for every member. Tbe Epworth league in this city ia a very live body of yonng Chris tian workers and ia accomplishing aa neb. NOTE 9. Mrs. F. E. Bnrnbam is quite ill. Tbe Ladies' Aid society of the Sons of Veterans ia arranging for an entertain ment in tbe near future. Tbe new steel vault for tba Pasadena National bank ia being plaoed in posi tion. It is a very complete affair. Tbe regular crowd of vags were up before Recorder Rossiter this morning. Four were given 10 daya each and one, wbo railed a disturbance, will linger in the oonnty jail for 20 dayi. The ease of the proprietors of the Roy al bakery, charged with selling liquor eontiary to city ordinance, will bay* a bearing before Recorder Roaiiter tomor row morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Jones appears as prosecuting witnesi. REDLANDS. Tha Star* of J. Whiting Burned—A Football Gam.. Kedlands, Nov. 30,—About 3 o'clock last nigbt tbs Workingman's store was discovered by ths proprietor, J. Whiting, to be on fire. Mr. Whiting lives in the rear of tbe store, end Was awakened by tbe cracking sound as the fire was con suming tbe hat oase in the front of the room. He gave the alarm, and tbe fire boys were soon on the spot. Mr. Whit ing carried something like $1000 worth of furnishing goods, which will be al most • total loss, aa it was necessary to flood the goods in order to save tbe building. There was a small opening in the window near where the fire started, and Mr. Whiting believed it to be of in cendiary origin. Insurance will cover tbe loss. There was rather a slim attendance at tbe academy of music, Wednesday night to witness tbe play, Ten Nights in a Bar-room, given under the auspices °' Y . M. 0. A. football team. The ■et proceeds were about $11. About 1600 people witnessed the foot bail eon tut yesterday afternoon between the Occidental college team and the local Y. M. O. A. eleven. Both teams £ut up a good game, bat with Van euven on the Redlands team it proved too strong for the visitors, who were de- Seated, the score being 22 to 6 Rev. W. H. Harner preached • very able sermon at tbe union Thanksgiving service at the First Congregational church yeaterday morning. A missionary meeting was held by Ihe Kpwortb league last nigbt at the M. K. church. The exeroises consisted of vocal music and an addresa by P.ev, E. J. Linwood, the pastor. A request for thanksgiving offering waa responded to liberally. Miss Sadie Ashby, on Nardiny street, entertained her friend, Mias Emma Harria of San Bsrnardino, during Thankigiving. DOWNEY. A Moving Ohnroh Takaa for a Const. Ifntaa. Downey, Nov. 30.—Thanksgiving la of tbe paat. Union servioea were held in the Cbriatian church, and aa an in troduction Brother Hawkins, the min ister of that church, performed the beautiful marriage ceremony for Mr. £. M. Allen and Mtae Parker, atanding under a large flower bell. Tbe altar de orated and draped for tbe occaaion and bridal bouquets, smilax, palma and ivy profusely gracing every available point. After tbe marriage party departed tbe Thanksgiving service began. Rev. Ingram of 0. P. cburoh offered tha introductory prayer, then Ray. Mr. Oreen of the Baptist cbnrcb preaobed a eermon Buited to the day, Elder Phillips offering tbe benediction. All tben repaired to the Smart building, where they partook ol a dinner prepared by the ladiea of Christian church, which was both bountiful and of tbe very ohoiceat. Some easily frightened individuals thought they bad discovered the new comet traveling from weat to eaat, and tben ehaped ita course northward toward Downey, but its tail appeared to riae upward instead of following. Many ruabed to ace tbe new comet. But tbe fog lifting toward light revealed the Sontb Methodist church being moved from its old location a mile south up into Downey. By tbe way it is rolling northward nicely and by Monday or Tueaday will likely be on its new lo cality. Jaa. Brookahire'a team, in the oare ot Joe Monehan, took fright near the S. P. station and started off for Downey. Reaching the Frankel aoalea the neck yoke came off the pole and the wreck began. In tbeir plunging around in a circle Joe got safely out of it and tbe team secured witb only a broken wagon. Downey boys bave reorganized tbe band with 12 in number. A bass viol ia to be added and we bope soon to be able to bave our own music and a nics or chestra. Miss Villa Venable has been visiting the home folks all last week. Miss Jessie Hawkins is borne for Thanksgiving, and with ber is Miss Simpson, both of whom are teaching in Orangethorpe sohool. Waab Goodrich aod Dan Hawking are recreating a week at home. M. N. Purcell, Will Ardis, Prof. Stipe, Miss Lee Browning and nearly all our yonng people wbo are in business or teaching achool away from home, are here for tnrkey dinners, William, the 14-year-old son of Mr. Milton Shirley, died Sunday of pneu monia and was buried Monday at Dow ney cemetery. A daughter of Mr. Larritz, below town, died Monday of diphtheria. George Beatty is better from hia re lapse, but is qnite low yet. - • Mr. Thompson's building ia under roof and will soon be occupied. House moving ia the lateat thing around our burg. SANTA MONICA. ThauktglTlnc Day Fastlvltlei—Personal IttantlOD. Santa Monica, Nov. 30.— Thanksgiv ing pained off pleasantly at the.seaside, there being few, if any, who did not have many things to be thankful for, and still fewer who did not have a good time in the many ways open for enjoyment at Santa Monica, tbe day closing with the ball given by Court Neptune, Ancient Foresters. The ball room aud dining room of tbe North Beaoh bath home, where the danoe waa given, were profusely and artistical ly decorated, while the music and the ■upper, served by Eekert & Hopf, were in harmony with tbe rest of the enter tainment. Mr. and Mn. L. A. Wyland of Brook lyn, N. V., ipent yesterday here, Arthur Gaylord haa retnrned to Santa Monica (or tlie winter. Mr. J. B. Roby baa returned to Santa Monica looking well, and aa pleased to be witb vi ai his many frienda are to havehim here. W.E. Lester is enjoying bis vacation at Gold Hilla, Nev. Mr. J. E. Huy has returned for a few dsys. Hugo Kejfer, tbe little son of Mr. and Mra. O. S. Keifer, wbo are reaidinghere, received a very painful acoident today while en route to a pionio with a num ber of bis playmates. Young Keifer jumped out of the wagon while in mo tion, falling under the wbeeli, and bad a leg mashed. Anyone who has obildren will rejoice with L. M. Mnlford, of Plainfield, N. J. His little boy„fiVb yeara ot age, wai eick with croup. For two dayi and nights he tried various remedies recommended by friends and neighbors. He says: ."I thought sure I would lose him. I had seen Obamberlain'a Cough Remedy ad vertised and thought I would try it aa a last hope and am happy to aay that after two doiei he slept until morning. I gave it to him next day and a core was effected. I keep this remedy in the house now and as coon ai any of tba children ibow any aigoa of oronp I give it to them and that ia the last ol it." 50 cent bottles for sale by OB & Vaughn corner Fourth and Spring streets, aud O. F. Heinzeman. 222 North Main street, druggists. A yonng man giving the name of Roy Willard waa arrested last evening for throwing stones through the office win dows oi Wong Him, a Chinese physican. Tha Plao* of Tormant Of bllloui people is chiefly in the region ol tha lver, but with the extreme discomfort located tbere are associated sour stomach, yeliownes of tbe skin and eyeballs, morning nausea, an unpleasant breath, furred tougue, sick head ache, and Irregularity of the bowels. For each and all ot these unpleasantnesses, Hostetttr's Stomach Bitters la a swift and agreeable rem edy. It Is greatly preferable to any vegetable purgative or drastic mineral cathartic. Suoh paeudo-speoiflca usually do more harm than good. In malarial comnlalnits the livei Is al ways Involved. For suoh disorder, as well ss lor rheumatic and kidney trouble, nervousness and debility, Hosteitar'. atomioh Bitters Is a remedy. Physicians strongly commend it for its promptitude and thoroughness, and profes sional approval Is fnlly Jastlned bypubloex perlence during more than a third of a cc ntury i LOS ANGELES HER ALP; SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER J, 1894 SANTA ANA. Ittanj Hi,.«k Thlavay at Work—Baal Ist- Transfers. Santa Ana, Nov. 30.—Our cit* today baa been lively on ccconnt of tbe arrival ol tbe delegates to attend tbe Y. P. B.C. K. convention. Tbe first aeision waa beld thin afternoon with a good attend ance, and an interesting meeting was tbe recult. Tbis being ■ vacation in tba schools tbere are two tennis games going on and one of football, making it unusually lively. Something of this kind seems to be necessary after a Thankagiving din ner to get one's blood to oironlata again. Onr people weraon tba move yester day from early morn until about 11:30 laat nigbt. Atadanoelaat nigbt in Tnatin aome bad blood cropped oat, and to gat even witb aome of tbe more favored guests aome of tbe tongba of the community want to wbara tha teams wera hitched and out the harness of about 8 or 10 teams in a frightful manner. It ia thongbt tbat tba guilty par ties are known and a lew arresti may follow in a day or two. Soma of tbe aama gang want to Ana heim and atola four robes of Mr. Jen nings of Fnllerton. A great many wbipi have been atolan and it ia tbongbt by some tbat an organized gang of tbievea are at work stealing goods and shipping tbem away to ba aold. An attempt waa made laat nigbt to enter tba reaidanoa of Henry Neill on Fourth itreat, and tba watohdog, Dan gar, beard the noiaa and want down atalra at a bound and frightened tba burglar away. An unnaual number of tramps ara to be aeen in tbe oity juat now wbo are an noying tbe people terribly, and nona of tbam will work. A tramp stole a pair of panta from Heller'a store today and waa caught and arretted by Deputy Morgan. Marshal Niebola arraatad a man today with a good plaid shawl, supposed to have been atoian from aoma bonis. Tbo thief waa locked up to await further de velopments. Judge Porter of tot Angeles spent Thanksgiving in our city with Mra. 0. A. Duell on Fifth street. Tbe inspector of tbe Ladiea' G. A. R. from Loa Angelaa will be in tbia oity tomorrow at 2 o'clock to inspect Sbilo circle No. 21. Mrs. John Hickey was todsy grantsd a divorce from ber husband, Mr. Jobn Hiokey. Charles Pipkin today pleaded gnilty to burglary and waa sentenced to tbe penitentiary at Folsom for two years. Jesse H. Arnold bas aold to Thomas M. Flippins 20 acrea in lot 2, block C, A. B. Chapman tract, for (10,000. B. F. Pritohard bas sold to J. F. Daggs 20 acres in Sec. 3, T. 4, R. 11. Evelyn Prltcbard has aold to Mary A. Pritohard 40 acres in Seo. 1, T. 4, R. 11. F. M. Goff has sold his orange orchard to J. F. Spotts for $1650. James True has closed his restaurant. Mrs. J. S. Cotter, while eating her dinner Wednesday, had a stroke of pa ralysis. She is resting easy and ia in no pain. Born—To Mrs. Joe Wilks, November 20tn, a daughter. •T. Wallace F. Diss of Redlanda, county clerk-elect of San Bernardino, has been visiting with the family of J. Yoch for a few daya past. ... Mra. Prudonoia Yorba died last Satur day at Yorba. She was ths mother of David Yorba. Jacob Rob has moved on to bis ranch out west of tha city. A new candy kitchen .will occupy the room just back of D. W. Swanner, on tbe corner of Fourth and Main. Miss May Carpenter, on North Spur geon street, entertained a number of her friends last evening. Mrs. S. R. Twomey returned tonight from Los Angeles, where she bas been visiting ber parents. MULLIGAN'S BONDSMEN. They Host Haha Good tha Amount of Bis S hor tag.. Santa Rosa, Nov. 30.—A decision was rendered in the superior court here to day against tbe widow and bondsmen of George V. Mulligan, late treasurer of Healdiburg, in the city of Healdibnrg'a suit to recover $3541, the amount of whieb tbe oity treamry was robbed on the nigbt of tbe sensational affair which preoeded tbe finding of Mulligan chained to a tiee in the city cemetery. Tbe widow and bondsmen act np a plea of robbery but judgment was given against the defendant for the amount of the ihortage. OUVEKNOB-SLIGT BUDD. Bit First Appearaao* In Btoekton Sine* tha llMtlss. Stockton, Nov. 30.—Governor-Elect Budd retnrned to his home here thia afternoon. 'It was his first appearance in Stockton since the recent election. His coming home waa unannounced and there waa no demonstration, bat at his law offices and in the parlors of the Yoeemite olub be was greeted and con gratulated by a bort of frienda. Mr. John P. Watmore, a prominent real estato agent of Ban Angelo, Texas, bas used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrbcct Remedy in his family for several yean ai occasion required, and always with perfect success. Ha says: "I find it a perfect cure lor onr baby wben troubled with colic or dysentery. J now feel that my outfit is not complete without a bottle of thia remedy at borne or on a trip away from home." For sale by Off & Vaughn, corner Fourth and Spring streets, and 0. F. Heinieman, 222 North Main street, druggists. No Qiestlon About It. J. L. Beard of Warm springs, Ala meda county, one of the best known vineyardists in tbe state, is at tha Na- deau. He travels constsntly through tbe United States, bat says that Lot Angeles shows more signs of prosperity than any other oity in tbe country. More buildings are being constructed, and more eubstantial improvements are under way tban in any oity in the weat. Iv hia travels he paya tbat he finds Loa Angeles ia well advertised all over the United States; he finds the fact well un derstood that Los Angeles is rapidly progressing. When Baby was sick, wa her Castoria. When she was a'Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria, THE LAST DAY. No New Patienta Will Be Received by The Boy Phenomenon After A O'clock thia Afternoon. He Remains in Los Angeles Unt 1 All Contracts for Treatment are Ful filled, After Which Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego will Be Visited. The Boy Phenomenon, who hst caused the mo«t ini"n,e excitement ever known in this clly by accomplishing the most miraculous cures by the power of animal magnetism in esses that were pronounced beyond human power to neal, will not receive any new patients after 4 o'clock this afternoon, but tbe doctor will remain until all treatment contracted for bas been given. Therefore, ill who wish treatment and are able and willing to pay for the same may call at the Hollenbeck hotel, rooms 22 to 29, en trance st 210 West Second street, from 10 a. m. to 4p. m. today only. Consultation, ezamlna tloa and advice free. All examinations are made without questions, and every ache and pain described far btlter than the patient) can thomie'.ves. Dr. Temple not only treats the blind, lams nd crippled, but all diseases quickly yield to bit atrange power. Catarrh, Incipient con sumption, chronic bronchitis, chronic ditrr bioa, neuralgia, nervous prostration, diabetes, Brlght's disease, epllep-y or fits, tumors In all conditions, diseases of the delicate nature, dis eased bone, hip disease, deafness, heart diiease. bladder disorders, hemorrhoids or pi les,chronic; rheumatism, obstinate constipation, disorders of women, cataract of eyes, cancer, sclatioat paralysis, fistula, liver complaint, kidney troubles, scrofula, gravel, throat disorders, lm lmpotency. and In fact all diseases yield to ani mal magnetism In the handt of this wonderful boy physician. tn RIVERSIDE DEC. UTH. In response to many inquiries tn? announce ment Is made that on Thursday, Dec. 6th, Dr. Temple will publicly demonstrate hit wonder ful, God-like power at the Lorlnc opera house, Riverside, and for the benefit of tho c who de sire private consulatlon he will remain at tbe Arlington hotel In that city until Snnday, Dec ember 9th. IN SAN BERNARDINO DEC. 10X11. Sao Bernardino Is to be villted Monday, Dec. 10th, on which date a grand public demon stration of healing tbe sick will take place at th'- opera house, and he will bs at the New Stewart hotel, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day, Deo. llth, 12th and 13th, for private treatment. AT HAN DIEGO DEC. 15TM. The people of San Diego will also be given an opportunity of witnessing the marvelous power possessed by this phenomenal boy Saturday evening, Dec. 15th, at the Fisher opera bouse, and he will bo at ths Brewster House for pri vate consultation until tbe IStb. After Oiling the engagements mentioned. Dr. Temple will return to bis permanent office in the Baldwin hotel, San Francisco. A THANKSGIVING ROW. THE COOK AND A HOTKL MAS HAVE A SET-TO. Tha Manager's Wire Wanted a Bill of Fara Contrary to That of tha Cook, and Tronbla Basal tad. H. Thompson, who oonducts tbe Mt. Pleasant hotel, Boyle Heights, bas had all the experience with cooks tbat be can make use of for many weeks. On Thanksgiving day he employed J. A. Carter, a young German cook at 500 West Eighth street, to get ud a good turkey dinner with all the embellish ments known to the culinary art. Carter had ordered all necessary pro visions in bis own Teutonio style and was about to get up a dinner that in bis estimation would bave been fit for tbe gods, wben Mrs. Thompson, wife of the hotel manager, appeared on the scene witb a bill of fare "that must go, sure." Then there was a bitch. The Ger man cook aaid he knew his business and would not serve the bill of fare pre sented by the lady. She appealed to her husband. Thompson rushed into tbe kitchen and told the cook to prepare any bill of fare tbat hia wile might wish. Carter aaid he wouldn't. Then Thompson told tbe cook to go, and go p. d, q. The cook stood his ground and eaid he refused to leave nntil he got hie wages. Thompson grabbed a cleaver and a saw from the shelf and empha sized his wishes by jabbing Carter in the neck with the cleaver and hacking bim over the shoulder with the saw. Then the cook changed his mind about going, and at once had a warrant iseued charging Thompson witb assault witb intent to commit murder. Constable Richardson arrested the accused yesterday, but bis case has not been set for hearing. Another OU Ouahor. Another Bashing oil well wee opener] np in the Second etreet oil district Thursday. The Lake Shore Oil company pat tbe pump to work on one of its new wells end in lege than half a day tbere had been a flow of over 40 barrels. The new well is situated on Lake Shore ave enue, opposite the park. The company expects to immediately aink other wells. Judge Seaman, one of the etock holders in the company, says that ii the pro posed wells "pin oat" as well as the gusher discovered Thursday, he wifl be tblokinp of a trip to Europe, now that his term of office is nearly np. FREE SUGAR - WITH - TEAS COFFEES SPICES Great AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA Go ABB GIVING SUGAR T>T) T>T? TO EACH J7 1 JxJIVI-/ custoher 135 N. Main st, ),„ ANGE , p _ 351 S. Spring st., ) l o s, ANGELES. Cor. Second and Gordon sts., POMONA. It's conceded onr 50-cent Teas eqnal others' 75-cent. Experts claim onr Mocha and Java make the Best Coffee. GRIDER & DOW'S * ADAMS STREET TRACT | Fifteen minutes' ride from Second and Spring streets. Lots 50 and 60 feet front. .afc $25,000 have been expended in street improvements alone. Four 80-foot streets, one 100-foot street, all graded and graveled, cement walks and curbs; streets sprinkled; W water mains laid and shade trees planted. Beautiful Adams street, 82 feet wide, and Twenty-eighth street, 100 feet in width, lined with palm trees. Central avenue, four miles long and 80 feet wide t# A DOUBLE-TRACK ELECTRIC ROAD WILL BE IN OPERATION WITHIN 30 DAYS. t# The Maple-avenue electric road is only two blocks to the west. Soil is rich, sandy *V loam. The property is from 20 to 30 feet higher than Grand avenue and Figueroa street. 150 lots sold since June Ist. W *P Examine this property. See the large number of beautiful homes built in four tv months. A personal examination will satisfy any buyer as to its merits. Lots are $250, $300, $350, $400 and $600, on most favorable terms, until January Ist, when prices will W *w be advanced. Take Central avenue or Maple avenue ears to Adams street. Free Car- (m f riage from our office at all times. + GRIDER & DOW, 109 S. Broadway. Telephone 1299. i CHRISTMAS GIFTS! What Shall I Give My Gentlemen Friends or Relatives ? T\ROP X POSTAL to Ernest B. Howell, P. 0. Box 977, and have a lo'.lcltor call and show rou a flne line of Shirt sam ples, with "the latest," the Wm. E. How ell Patent Reversible Wristband, at tached, and see what a useful and beauti ful gift you can present at a nominal fig ure. Shirts from $1.25 up—made to order and fit guaranteed. LWs of home testimonials 4r w| of wonderful cures— sjmasuwfl » mostly in women's breasts, orricc: Plena* send this to someone with Cancer. OTtl BR IHSKASBS CPRKD OX SAME TERMS. WHERE EXAMINATION Tj*T3'C x "C x AND CONSULTATION IS JL? JA. P< I* I «nd honest, intelligent treatment and reasona ble prices aro given. PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN, such as Stricture, SyDhllis, Gleet, Qonorrbces, Spermstorrbren, Seminal Weakness, Lost Man hood, Night Emissions, Decayed Faculties, etc., etc. cured by the OLDEST and most BUC CESBKUL specialist on the coast, NERVOUS, CHRONIC, PRIVATE, Kidney, Bladder, Blood and Skin Diseases Successful»v treated nnd quickly cured. LUNGS AND HEART. Our SPECIAL BUROEO *, recently from the largest Chicago hospital (diploma! and certifi cates to be .een at office) has made diseases of the li• nit and lungs a life study, successful treatment by the latest methods. DIAGNOSIS made by the aid of the microscope. CATARRH QUICKLY RELIEVED AND PERMANENTLY CURED BY OUR OWN NEW METHOD. For Only $5 Per Month, - - Medioine Included DISEASES OF WOMEN. A special depsrtment devoted exclusively to the treatment of all female diseases. Consultation and Examination FREE. OFFICE HOURS: 9to 4 and 7to 8. Sundsy, H/A SOUTH MAIN ST., aUrt'l Rooms i, 3, 5 and 7. Satisfactory references furnished. Democratic City Ticket Mayor. W. A. RYAN Tax Collector F. A. MACKICIO Engineer GEO. KUHHTH Attorney Lb COMPT* DaVIS Cierk RICHARD MCKNIGHT Street superintendent WM. H. RIGGS Auditor KKN*ST G. TAVLOR Treasurer DANIEL NJKUHAKT Assestor W. J, A. SMITH COUNC'ILMKN— First Ward W. T. LAMBIE Second Ward M.P, SNYDER Third Ward W, F. BOSSYYSHhLL Fourth Ward JOHN MuCANN Flfih Ward ..L. BCOFIILD Sixth Ward GEORGE D. PEBIKLL Seventh Ward JAMES ASHMAN Mglilh Ward THOMAS SAVAGE Ninth Ward JOSEPH H\ ANS Boa an of Education— First Ward J. I. FRICK Secoud Ward J. A. CRtIG Third Ward DtNIEL G. STEPHENS Fourth Ward .. HENRY O'MELVENY Fifth Ward ...MR;. MARGARET HUGHkS Sixth Ward sTaPHSN MYERs Seventh Ward MARTIN EICHHOKN Eighth Ward J. C. McINEHN V Muih J. p, SOGERS t LOS ANGELES j j International j ♦ — ♦ | Exposition, j I . 1 ! I Corner Fifth and J | Olive Streets. f ♦ ♦ I OPEN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS, 12 M. TO 11 P. M. j | GRAND CONCERT AND ♦ j Stage ! I Performance j l EVERY EVENING. | | Matinee Thursday & Saturday Afternoons | ♦ ADMISSION 215 CENTS. t THE PUENTE OIL CO PRODUCERS OF I General Bnsines* AND DEALERS IS CRUDE DI?TDATI7rTM BIKER BLOCK Tel. 198. PEIROLEUM Wells at tat* Ctl This Company is ptepared to sell and deliver erode petroleum ia large or • mall quantities, either in tank cars on line of railroads in Loa Angeles ar out. aide, or by tank wagon or drums ta any part of city. We furnish crude petro'eurrj 'toggle R'y Cck, Tcrople-st R'y Co. and[.other.large^myttniea^ OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK OF LOS ANGELES, CAL. CAPITAL (PAID DP, s 000,000.00 SURPLUS AND BESKBVE 820,000.00 TOT AL ! $1,320,000.00 OFFIOERS: DIRECTORS: I. W. HELLMAN President W. H. Parry, 0. E, Thorn, A. OluialV H. W MBLLMAN Vlce-Presldont O. W. Childi, v Ducommou. * JOHN MILNER. Cainler T. L. Duqtie, J. B. Lankenhlm B. J. FLEISHMAN Aislaiant Ouhler H. W. Hellman, I. w. Hellman. Sail and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Department CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL Bank, 101 B. Spring st., Nadeau block. L. N. BREED...., President WM. F. BOSBYBHBLL Vice-President C. N. FLINT.... Cashier W. H. HOLLIDAY .Assistant Cashier Capital, paid In gold coin $200,000 Burplus and undivided roodls 25.000 . Authorised capital 500,000 . VIBBCToas: L. N. Bread, H. T. Newell, Wm. H. Avery, Bliss Holman, W. H. Ho liday. F. C. U.nbj shoil, M. Htgan, Frank Rader, D. Remlck, That. Glass, Wm. F. Bosbyshcll. UNION BANK OF SAVINGS CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000 223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. officiM ario otascTpaa: , W. W. Sllmson Wm. Ferguson W. E. MeVsy Tie*. V,c. Presi. _ Culver C. 0. Harrison S. H. Molt tt. M. Baksr A. E. Pomsroy S. A. Butler INTEREST PAID ON _j>EPjiSlTj^ LOS ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, 230 N. Main IL Capltsl stock $100,000 Burplus 35,000 J, I. Plater, Pres. H. W. Hellman, Vice-Pres. W. M, Caswell, Cssnitr. Direotors—l. W. Hell man, J. t. Pl'ter. H. W. Bellman, I. W. Hellman, jr., W. M. Cssweli. Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan on 1 7:"'\ : - 1-' »«.*• Application to Sell Real Estate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Methodist Episcopal Church South, of l.os Angeles, California, has applied for au thority to sell lots one and two of block twenty-nine of the Hnber tract, being north wi st corner of Eighth and Hope streets, in the city of Los Augeles, and that hearing of said petition is set for December 4, 1894, at 10 o'clock a. in., before dspartment « of this cour', at tbe court house in ihe city of Los Angeles. T. H. WARD, County clerk and ex-offioio clerk of s,.ld court. By T. F. Lowry, Deputy. Wicks A Wicks A Macdonald, attorneys for petitioner. 12-4 OF LOS AH GILES. Capital atock 1400,000 Surplus 1200.000 J. M. ELLIOTT, President. W. 0. KERCKBOrF, V.Pres't. Fit A NIC A. GIBBON, Cashier. 0. B. 8H AFFIB, Ass't Cashier, DIKECTOBS: J. M. Elliott, J. O. Bloknsll, F. Q. Story, H. Jevne, J. D. Hooker, W. a Patterson. Vf nt. 8. Kerckhofi*. ANGELES NATIONAL BANK. UNITED STATES DIFOSITOBY. Capital $500,000 Surplus 67,000 Toial 557,000 GEOBQB H. BON KB BAKE Presldtnt WARREN GILLELEN Vice-President E. 0. HOWES Oashlel E. W. COB Assistant Cashier directors: George H. Bonebrak*. Warren Glllelan, P. X, Green, Chas. A. Marrlner, W. C. Brown, A. W. Franolsco, E. P. Johnson, 11. T, Allen, F. C Howes. 8-U If ■WAKSY PILLS! 7