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Short stories of the day. The Board of Supervisors. At the meeting of the board of sn per ylflors yesterday the petition ol > ~ Hovey et al. for the vacation of cc ... j streets in the township of Wilmington was set for hearing on December 24t next. The application of George A. Lutz for • license to carry on a saloon at Lan caster was set for hearing on the same date. The new jail building at Wilmington having been completed. Supervisors Hay, Forrestei and Fraocisco were ap pointed a committee to inspect it before its final acceptance. The Exceleior Bridge company was granted an extension of time np to De cember 15th within which to complete tbe oil switch bridge at Puente. The petition of William Banning for a wharf franchise at San Pedro was granted, conditionally upon the com mencement of tbe work within six months, and its completion within two years. The district attorney was in structed to draft the necessary ordin ance. A Choice Assortment. A batob of 22 defendants were ar raigned in department one yesterday morning on various charges, and were allowed by Judge Smith time in which to plead. Among them were Robert Brockwell, charged with forgery ; Sam E. Atwell, charged with an assault with intent to commit rape; J. M. Jacvnes and J. Friend, burglary; G. G. Cashin, crime against nature; all of whom will plead tomorrow; 0 .1. Lee, grand lnrs ceny; Guy Roberts, forgery, who will plead on Saturday; Sam E. Dagan as sault to murder; F.J. Brown, assault witb a deadly weapon; Marcos Shinn, forgery; John Keenau, burglary, and Gabrino Cabunga, petit larceny, witb prior conviction, who will be called npon to plead next Monday. Officials' Bonds. Tba following county officers elect filed tbeir bonda yeaterday : J. A. Donnell, district attorney, in the mm of $15,000, with George H. Bone brake, W. H. Cook, W. G. Cochran, J. E. McComas and Charles T. Howland aa anretiea in the sum of $5000 each. W. L. Woodward, supervisor ia the First aupervisorial district, in the sum of $15,000, with T. Banbury, S. Wash burn, F. J. Woodburg and John Allen as anretiea in the sum of $5000 and $10, --000 each. Henry H. Yonkin, township consta ble, in the num of $1000, with William Bever and E, A. Forrester as sureties. C. H. Clayton, justice of tho peace, in the cum of $1000, with D. K. Rozelle and W. F. Erwin aa sureties. The Pratt Will Case. Tba Pratt will ctae once again occu pied tbe attention of Judge Clark in the probate court yeaterday. There was a full attendance of oonneel on either aide and qnite a nnmber of apectatora dropp ed in to witness what it waa pre sumed would be the ending of a notable ease. Senator White, for the contestants, made a motion tbat the judgment he entered denying probate of the will, upon wh'iuu Judge Silent proceeded to aak that judgment be entered lot tbe proponents. Thereupon the vialo of pent-up eloquec.ee were again unloosed, and Judge Silent aad Alex Campbell oc cupied tbe remainder of the day in argument. The further hearing will be resumed tbia morning. New Suits. The preliminary papers in the follow ing new anita were filed yeaterday in tbe offioe of the county clerk: Mra. Jnlia E. Van Slyke va. B. B. Nebit et al., being an action to foreclose a mortgage for $1000 on aix lota at Po mona. Mrs. Julia E. Van Slyke va. W. M. Moody et al., being an action to fore cloae a mortgage on twq, lota at Pomona for SIOOO. The J. M. Griffith company va. The City nf Los Angeles, being a suit lo re cover $10,502, balance due for the con struction of the outfall sewer on the assigned claim of J. L. Manafield and John Grant. The Schock Bicycle Race. Albert Schock, tbe long distance bicycle champion, is going to make the effort of bis life to beat McDurmott'a three horses for 50 miles on Saturday afternoon. He trains every afternoon and encceeda each day in lowering hia time for the previous day. Not only does Schock expect to beat the horaea but he wants also to estab lish a new 50-mile record. Tbe l-owler Cycle company haa i'aued 6000 tickets to the race to be given to achool children and newsboys under 14 years of age, and a separate portion of the grand atand will be reserved for tbeir nse. A Contemplated Change. Clarence H. Howard, who has been ■topping at the Nadeau for several days, has been in conference with President Cline of the City Gas company, relative to establishing a Pintscb gas plant to supply Pintsch gae to nil railroad com panies entering l.os Angelea. There is •very likelihood of the deal being cloaed, and if it is it will be a blessing to the traveling public, for the stench of coal oil will he abated and the Pullmans will then be lighted by gas, which trill be stored under tiie Bleepers, aa is done throughout the east. Chamber of Commerce Notes. The citizens of Redlands are going to add dried and preserved fruits to the Ban Bernardino exhibit, which ie being arranged in the ohamber of commerce. The chamber yesterday received the following donations: Beri Davis' applos and Store's Eureka and I'earmaine apples from W. R. Pratt; soft shell wal nuts from ei-Superviaor 11. E. Davis of Downey, and a choice variety of applos from E. Lopez of Long Beach. A Dead Business. The Sierra Madre Cemetery associa tion riled articles of incorporation in the office of the county clerk yesterday. The association has been formed for the purpose of acquiring lend in the vi cinity o! Sierra IvJadre for the cemetery ■nd improving and maintaining tho ■■me. The following form the liourd ol trustees: VV. S. Andrews, J. Hart, W. H. Robinson, 8. T. de Pencier, C. W. Clark and S. R. Norris. Kidney Trouble Cared. Long Bkach, Cel., Oct. 31, 1804.— I). W Fletcher of this place makes ttie loliowiut; statement: "Four and one-liali bottles of Hood's .£araaparillu have cured me of a very bad case of kidney trouble." IJood'a Fllla cure all liver ills. Climate Refugees. The following, forming e Sent* Fe ronta excursion pertr, arrived Toes- ay: Mrs. Ella F. Gatchell. Bramfield, Me.; Dr. H. Bogue and family, Dr. C. V. Bofue and family, Mr. snd Mrs. J. B. Gerow, .las. M. Mix, Newport street; A. N. Root. Mrs. K. Q, Mastra, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rawson, H. W. Stanchfield and family, Miss Rebecca Green, Henry G. Foss, A. J. Crane, Miss Mor.v Garland, J. H, Vormun, Misses Nellie Flynn ond Jennie Lipsey, Jos. Brown, Misses Helen Batchelder, Abbie Bdrbank, Mary Kemp, Louise Harris, Mr. Lohring Ab bott, Josiah Bearce, Mrs. H. C. Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns, Misses Su san K. Bnzzeil, Josie Collins, Mrs. B. Cartier, Miss Mary Donavin, Jos. Dona vin, John Owyer, Misses Nettie and Jennie Dwyer, Jas. Fountains, Miss Sjrali Longran, Miss Nellie Melons, A. K. Miss Mary Vory, Andrew Gallant, Miss Eitaa Tnintor, Miss Rose Wioins, Boston, Mass. ; Mrs. Jennie McFadden, Prescott, Ont.; Miss Nellie Nash, Brockville, Oot.; Mr. S. Roeen- Isaum, Philadelphia, Pa.; Misses Laura Nelson, E. Kuhlman, A. Knzeck, .Mrs. A. Woldron, William Waldron, Albert H. Fnrniss aud family, S. H. Anderson, Mrs. W. H. Smith and fam ily, Miss G. B. Middleton of Chicago ; W. J. Reed, Miso Lizzie Williams, .Mrs. A. Milteuberger und family. Miss Annio Watts, Mrs. W. E. White and family. Miss Susie B. Taylor, St. Louie; Mr and Mrs. W. J. James, Gas City, md. ; E. Lestor, Ohillieothe, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Trask, Greene. la.; Miaa A. Bell. Elk River, la.; Miss E. fiongii ton, Thomas Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. S. Hosmer, F. W. Beeley and family, St. Paul, Minn.; W. H. Bolter aud family. Minneapolis; S. P. Dunham, Marshal town, la.; Mrs. P. E. Wnlgarnott, Miss Jennie Wnlgarnott. Kirkenville, Mo.; Miss L. Glietor, Whitewater, Minn.; Miss Ada McClellan, Mies Mary Conlan, Greene, la.; Frank Crawford, Mies L. Crawford, J. G. Crawford and family, Oakland, III.; P. F. Eichelberger and family, Greene, la.; Mies E. Ashby, Talmage, la,; Miss L. Kinney, Ottawa, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Shames, C. E. Weingerton, Mrs. Mary II Millan, Mrs. E. B. Whitcomb. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Costerline, Miss Kimball, Miss B. Costerline, Miss J. Costerline, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Havermale, Manbattan, Kan. ; Mr, and Mrs, H. G. Wagner, Kerewick, la. Court Notes. A decision wag rendered yesterday by Judge Van Dyke in tbe case of VV. C. Lett va. VV. R. Strong & Co., ordering that the motion to vacate and set aside the judgment therein be Bet aside. Judge McKinley rendered hia decision in the case of Anna M. Spence, execu trix, vs. J. P. Widney et al., denying the defendants' motion for a new trial. In the oaae of Andrew Glasscll vs. George A. Stevens et al., an action to foreclose a mortgage for $879 on 160 acrea of land in eetticn 12, township 3 north, range 8 west, the defendants having submitted to default, Judge Clark yesterdßy ordered a decree in favor of the plaintiff, as prayed. In tbe probate court yesterday the resignation of Isaac N. Morse as guard ian of the person and estate of .Mary n minn, waa ~n.<. •.- I hu -*"-- —-, •■ —•* — v j Judge Clark. After allowing hia ac count, the court appointed VV. T. Ken drick, eeq.. in hia etead, with bond placed at $4000. Nick Fopler, an Austrian laborer, 31 yeara of age, waa brought before Jndgo York yeaterday, and waa duly adjudged iniapa and eomniitted to the Btaie aay turn at Higblande, in aocordanoe with the recommendation of Dre. Wernigk and MacGowan, the examining commission era. Quite recently the patient was sent to the county hospital for treat ment, bnt developed anch violent and destructive tendenciea aa to necessitate hia being reatrained. MEMORANDA. H. 0. Lichtenberger'e art emporium, 107 North Main etreet, is headquarters for pictures, frames, artists' materials, tissue papers, Christmas cards, etc. The store will remain open evenings during December. Call early and select your Christmas presents. Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimson block, first floor, rooms 129. 130, HI. .Special attention given to obstetrical cafes and all diseases of women and children. Electricity scientifically used. Consultation hours, 1 to 5. Tel. 1227. S. Conradi, jeweler aud watchmaker, 113 8. Spring etreet, makes a specialty of fine watch and jewelry repairing, diamond setting; an elegant lice of opti cat goodB; a Sue stock of watches and jewelry always on hands. It will pay you to look into the New Furniture Manufacturing company's w'arerooma, 408 and 410 .South Broadway, before purchasing. Special—For a short time only, finest enameled cabinet photos in tbe city, re duced to $1 per dozen. Sunbeam Art I'arlore, 230 South Main street. Mathusbek and the Briggs sweet tone pienos for sale and to rent at No. 118 Winston street. A. G. Gardner, prac tical piano tuner. John K. Paul, fnneral director and em baimor. Satisfaction guaranteed. 419 aad 421 Downey avenue, East Loa An geles. Telephone 1305. Adams Bros., dentists, South Bpring street. Painless rilling and ex tracting. The best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. Dr. W. H. Ward, Mueller block, Fifth end Broadway, roomß 21 and 20. Bel., 1033 Floweret. Tel..oflice 1421; res. 110. Go to I. H. Martin to buy or sell fur niture, carpets, matting, linoleum, oil cloth and stoves. 451 South Spring Bt. The Advance Davis sewing machine is the best. Office, 128 South Main atreet. Sharp & Sameou,funeral directors (in dependent), WO S. Spring Bt.; tel. 1029. Sewing machine?, in good working order, for $5 each. 128 South Main et. Dr. Baldridge is now located at 215 South Spring street, rooms 2 and 3. The Grand Pacific,423 S.Spring street, large, sunny rocms, 50c to $1.50. All kind- of sewing machines to rent; 128 South Main street. Dr. Kma Pullin, lady bomoopnthißt, 230 W. First street, rooms 15 and 10. Insure with A, C. Golsb, 147 South Broadway. Kead Campbell's special ad. today. Rooms $2 a week. 'J. 8. hotel. Th. Anheiiner. For all the delicacies oftbe season and the only genuine French kitchen in the oity go to the Anheuser restaurant, 243 South Spring Btreet. Commercial lunch from 11 a. m. till 2 p. m. Meals a lacarte from 7a. m. till Bp. m. Tbe celebrated Anheuser-Busch premium beer aiwaye fresh on draught. Charles Bauer, pro* prietor and general agent. LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1894. A HORSE'S APPETITE. TUB CHARGES FOR MAKING A RESTAURANT OF A GABDKN. C. R. Ladd Constructively In Jail, hut Actually About Town, for Permit ting Rts Nag to Sravst on a Neighbor's Shrabbi-ry. C. B. Ltdd, a gentleman formerly ol Antelope Teller, bat now ■ resident o( Pasadena, where he practises law within the bailiwick, appeared to Judge Smith, on a writ of habeas corpus, al leging that he was illegally restrained of his liberty by Constable J. K. Slater of Pasadena. The defendant was charged by Joseph Turner of Pasadena in August last witb hiving, iv the language oi the com plaint, "committed and maintained a nuisance," and npon being arrested re fused to bo released on his own recog nizance, as in each case, he claimed, he would be defrauded of some of his priv ileges as a citizen. He was consequently placed under $109 bonds. Upon September 3d, the day set for the trial of the case, tbe defendant failed to appear und hold himself amena ble to the order of the court, and, as a natural result, the bond was declared forfeited nud a warrant issued for his arrest. Upon December 4:h Mr. Ladd airain fouud himself in custody and called upon to Bhow oause why he had arrogated especial privilege in monkey ing with the dignity of the rural conrt. the hearing of the case was set by J. ii. Merriam, justice of the peace for Pasa dena township, for December 6th. Hail was again set at $100, hat Mr. Ladd did not v/ait for snoh a trifle to be adjusted, but wandered off and out of conrt and went about his business. Suing out a wiit oi habeas corpus, he bobbed up serenely in department one yesterday. After informing the court as to the status of his case, and ho or, con structively he wus restrained of his lib erty, Judge Smith remarked that habeas corpua waa more for the relief of those restrained by bolts and bars than those others only constructively in jail. The defendant was about to argue the point when it developed tbat he was not only constructively Out actually under arrest, for Justice of ths Peace Merriam and constable Slater were both in court. Mr. Ladd weakened, and Attorney Moatafi >, as his friend, drew the atten tion of the pourt to a peculiarity of the complaint. The defendant was charged with having "committed and main tained a nuisance," while as a matter of fact he bad turned hia horse loose in tho street and, being afflicted with a ravenous appetite, it bad proceeded forthwith to regale itself on the luxuri ant foliage in the garden of the com plainant. Tbe court ruled that while in common parlance a horse trampling ou flower beds and eating up the ehrub- ' bery was a nuisance without doubt, yet in law tbe complaint would not hold good, as the offense, in any event, would bo only trespass. The defendant explained that he had taken two viewers to the scene of hi] horse's depredations, aod they had counted nine bites. He had offered compensatory damages in the shape of $1, or a decimal trifle over 11 cents a bite, but his offer was spumed. The court wishing to know if there sTT OD uu i lUttuCr au tun CnSGt I'>- fv uty 11.strict Attorney Davies facetiously remarked that tbe defendant was in contempt, anyway, for he had olaareti out from the Pasadena court room with out furnishing bonds and without cere mony. As the contempt proceedings wonld not lie, tbe defendant was restored to tbat whicb, apparently, he had never lost —bis liberty. The Modern Mother Haa found tbat ber little onea are im proved more by the pleasant laxative Syrup of Figs, when in need of the laxa tive effects of a gentle remedy tban by any other, and that it ia more accepta ble to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits them. Tbe true remedy. Syrup of Figs, is macufactu-ed by tbe Califor nia F"ig Syrup Co, only. Guitar I.eaaona. Spanish method, rapid and progressive, by Prof. Arevclo, room l'2ti WHbou btocit. awca TALCUTT & CO. Of New York, Permanently Located in Los Angeles, Trie Leading Specialists for .Diseases of IVf EIM ExGlnsively- f4ot a Dollar Need be Paid m# Medicine or Treatment '®* Until We Cure You.^OilV We mean the above statement emphatically—lt means everybody, and It Is to show our sincerity, honesty and ability to cure th-sa diseases, of which we make a specialty. We have the largest practice in Southern California, acquired by skill and moderate charges Our Offices are tho most elaborate and private in the city, and you need see no one but the doctors. We make it a part of our busi ness to deal in sacred confidence with our patients. A BUREAU OF CORRESPONDENCE *OX_TI<a£JE-/I-> constitutes a prominent feature of our practice, through which many Home! thousands of cases of chronic weaknesses are annually cured without hay — ——-——— ——m — ing to visit us for personal examination. Our book on the nature and treatment of these diseases, together with rules for diet, exercise and sleep sent free on application ; also our self-diagnosis sheet and our opinion as to the curability of the case. gjtWWe have abandoned the treatment of all diseases except those of a Prut/ate, flem/oas ond Chronic Feature of JVlen. We believe that we thereby attain the highest possible degree of success for the speedy, thorough and permanent cure of these peculiar cases. Every Form of Weakness, Acute and Chronic Discharges. We understand every feature of these diseases aud have every instnument and remedy known to make quick and permament cures, Every form of weakness, with their symptoms, which are too well known to repeat, cured and the victim prepared for marriage and life's duties. Chronic discharg.es resulting from bad treatment a particu-' lar specialty. Onanism cured in thirty days. Blood Taints, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Warts, Etc. Corner jVloiix cit ixl IMiirxl Streets, Qver Wells-Fargo Express Office. Private side entrance-on Third St. Telephouea—Office, 1309; Residence, 126 W. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTEC-lf PURE BURGLARY THIS TIME. A Notorious Crook Arr.st.d on a Bert one Charge. » John Anderson was again placed in the toils yesterday, thia time on a charge of burglary. Yesterday John Foster, a shoemaker, reported to tbe police tbat burglars bad entered his residence, at 733 Alpine Btreet, and stolen all his clothing, not even leaving bim a change. The goods consisted oi three suits and various other articles, valued at $100 Foster described the clothing to Chief Moffatt of tho detective department, who immediately informed him tbat both clothing and thief had been cap tured. Foster was overjoyed on finding tbat nis clothing had been recovered. Detectives Auble and Haw ley cap tured Andereon with a valise and the clothing on Tuesday night, aod while they knew the articles had besn stolen, they did not know the owner antil he reported bis oaae. , ..0....rt« wmam .r,ol»nA.l In l,ialir>t Austin's court and hia examination eat for today at 3p. m, He haß already spent 9U daya in jail (or theft. JOTTINGS. Wagner's Kimberley. 158 N. Main, oppoalte old court houae. Specs ard eye-glasses a apt-Hatty. Fine watch and jewelry repairing. Also diamonds and fine jewelry at loweat figures. Wagner, the old re liable jeweler. Our Home Brew. Maier Si Zobelein'a lager, fresh from their brewery, ou draught In all the principal sa loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and brewery, 414 Alisj atreet, tele phone 91. Stop Paying Rent by Building Through the Savings Fund and Building So ciety of Los Angelea. Monthly payments. Twelfth annual aeries nowopen. IS. 11. Orasett, tocretary, room 103 Wllsou bloc.-:, First and spring. Mirrors, both Frencii and German plate, can now bo had at a great saving on former prices. French mirrors, both plain and beveled; also Dcveled platea made to order. All work guar anteed. H. Raphael £Co , 440 d. Spring st. Dissolution of Partnership. Nov. 1, 1894, the firm composed of Frank Benkert and Chrla Struszacker waa dissolved. Chris Btraszu-ker will keep the old place ol business at 858 S. Miiiu st. Orchardists, Look Out! Don't buy any trees until you have consulted Jerome Caldwell, general agent Alexander <fc Hummon'snurseries, Biggs, Cal. Office, Natick houae, Los Angelea. The Finest Flavored Oysters In bulk and can», HO centa, full quarts; fine, fat and juicy. Caus, 50 cents. Discount to hoteia uud leblaurauls. lied Uaniman'a Mott Ma.rl.et. Fine Fruits and Vegetables. Everybody aaya Richardaon, Lowry A Co., 109 K. First at,, have tha nicest and deems fruit atore in Loa Angelea, Telephone 13V d. Columbian Coal. Try our Columbian lump ooal, $3 per ton dotlvered to any part ot toe city. Hancock Banntag, ISO Heat aecond «t. H. L. DOHBN V, Manager. J. A. CONNON, Sept. DOHENY OIL CO. -7;FUEL OIL.£- IN ANY QUANTITY at market prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Our oil contains no benzine, naptha or other dangerous explosives. We furnish Maier-Zobelein Brewery, Los Angeles Cold Storage Co., Cuaahy Packing Co., and many other consumers, to whom we refer. Can be burnei with any style of burner. , Telephone 1472. Wells & Office cor. Douglas & W. State sts. ONE CLOSED. Diphtheria Appeare In the Oheatnut- Streot Motonol. The Chestnut-street echool haa been ordered olosed becauso of infecting oaeei of diphtheria. Thia prompt action hie been token not so much because of im mediate danger ac a precaution against development. Within 10 daya tbe pu pils of tbe Chestnut-street school may look lor an order from tbe superintend ent for the opening of the echool. In the meantime the building will be kal cimined, cleansed aud disinfected. Parents of children attending other buildings will be interested to know there is no occasion for any scare else where. The superintendent of echools is daily informed by the health officer of ail new cases of contagious disease, and similar action will promptly be taken should any danger manifest itself in amy other part of tbe city. There are a few scattered cases of diphtheria and scarlet fever throughout tbe city, but tbsy v....... .. .* ....... .. .., .»..,. 1 : 1 I, tI ~ U... JUWW t. W L, ft.,. MVtf.UM *. 111! .UU schools and are properly isolated. With the knowledge tbat the school authori ties are watching the interests of tbe school children, it is believed there is no reason whatever, with proper home care, for interrupted attendance at any building excepting the one mentioned. For rheumatism I have found nothing equal to Charuberlain'a Fain Balm. It relieves the pain ac soon as applied.—J. VV. Young, West Liberty, W. Va. The prompt relief it affords is alone worth many times the cost, 50 cents. Its con tinued nee will effect a permanent cure. For sale by Off (St. Vaughn, corner Fonrth and Spring streets, and C. F. Heiuze tuau, 222 North Maiu street, druggists. Try a gal. Kalteße club whiskey, t'l.oO, nnexcelled for pnrity and flavor, T Vache & Co., cor, Comere'l & Alameda, tel. 300 Kregelu & Bresee, funeral directors, Broadway and Sixth street. Tel. 24.'1, MARRIAGE LICENSES. Char'esC. Cady, Loa Angelea 28 Nauttle B. Ketier, Loa Aoaelea.. 20 CharleaT. Petelor, Loa .>in:tle« 30 jgstella A. Leonard, Los Angelea 21 Joseph If. Marrione. Pomona 22 Virginia, p. Garcia. Pomona 21 O tn Uuldenholler. l.os AUKelea 31 Ka.io Wilnelm, Los Augeles 32 E«ruc,t Eulestone, Loa Angeles « 23 Annie F.0.-a Hairlaud, Lo, Angelea 21 William L. Baiter, Loa Ange es 29 Aonio B. Baker, Los Augcios 34 Charles E. Milea, Paaaden* 24 Nellie A. Parr, Pasadena 25 DIED. VIGNOJ.O — Mr*. Margaret Vig-oio, beloreil wile of Arabrosio vlgnolonnd moiber of Geo. A. Vignoio, agtcl oIS yeara. Funeral from residence rjo*ti H. Main at 9 a. ra., Friday, to ibe Cathodrai, whore .ervicea will be held at 0:30 a, m. Frionde aud ac quittances iuvited to ntteud. Ban Francisco patera pleaae copy. WEISS—On December 5 18114, at Downey, F. JJ. Welsa. Funeral service will be htld at 11 o'clock December 7th, at St. Joseph* church, Twelfth ami rautee atreeta, Loa Aiift-iles. D> jgrl 'ta MAIN ST. : DR. LIEBIG & GO/5 WORLD'S DISPENSARY The olnrat, moat aueceaaful and r Bllable t> r : « atvo sPKOIAL DOCTORS TOR MKN of '.a* PaclfloCoaat—etahliahed in Bun Ffanclaoo (ot Boyearaaud X yeara in Los Amreles. Tnere are inenv imltaiora bnt £*W N0 E Q UA -- S At * sMCi-il doctors tW-f&B poor treated tree from 10 to It T,,lst on! y the OH —The Tried—Ths True. Irl. m¥§ ' Jjv i;«f Tbe Sr>»CIAI, HBRGKON FROM THE SAW rWK&XSfM FUANribOO OKFICtM la now in charge of the o-U* 1Au R ( ''ea oraoe*, bo pcr-ons living la .ah ts%WMawß£& r iir&\ Angelea can have the bene lit ol the aame treat* $K-c^'Vi-jVr<A, mentaa it they .Trent to Han Franoiaeo. Consultatiou KKEK. Personally or PR. 1.1 KBl.l A t 6. oura a I NBRVO ''% PRf. VATK ami CHRONIO DIARASKo OF UJC«f. Oaea corn bo guaranteed, no matter how .-nut* ' "''j"'ffllJ r '«*f plr.it'll oi who bis failed. Our Jiiignoalf ''/if- j' H t \' alie-t an.l confidential book for men a.-nt Ire*. Hffi@ tttV~ AU hualnnis aacrartly eouflJentUl. IToora: B a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7iu s:iO p.m. 123 SOUtVmAIN STREET -sIAWARDCDIr- Highest Medals Offered In America. /y jjQ World'a Fair Conveatlnn of Pno> • B^^'*7-t^^, '~_ v* I i/iaphera and VTorld'a Kxpo.l- I y mT tion, Chlotio,'S-3. Hte-hott ore* I a^^^aC^^TT —75 mluma Lei ltwelca Fair, '89. 01. —Tl J9_ _\ i _ fi C/ '93. '93, Ann alao ewaided ma -I —3T hirt*-1. premluma for laat fair, eaai ending Oct. 20, '94. Siafc Our Awards are tbe Ki«rh , | est Awarded Any Photof rapher. BnA.l'inr. Fnlnnal ftta 0n....i...n» nt thf» Ktpekcl Phntno*ranh<. opioatviiia, t uiu.uco ,<», . .i. m ... ..ut -■— - ™ : PHOTOGRAPHY CLOUDY WEATHER PREFERRED. 220 S. SPRING ST., Opp. L. A. Theater and Hollsnbeek Hotel SAMUEL STEIN Sc CO., DISTILLKR3, BICTIFIIRB AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS Sweet and Sour Mash Whiskies in Bond or Tax Paid a Specialty. FAMILY TRAPS A SPECIALTY, 106 N. MAIN ST., IPS A-'OKMtA UR. WHITE'S | DISPENSARY NERVOUS DE.HILITY Semirjpl weakness, impoteney, etc.. Inducing some ol thu following symMims, us dizziness, coufusion of Idea*, di? festive memory, aversion to society, blotch Of, emissions, exhaustion varicocele, etc., aru peraanently cured. TJri nary, Kid ney and Hl»ci<ler troub.es, weak hack ineoniiuence, gonorrhea, gleet, stricture cud a!l unnatural discharges are quickly and perfectly cured. SOKOF[TLA SYPHILIS causing ulcer/*, eruptions, swelling in groins, sore throat, /al ing hair and o'her aympioms are removed, nud nil poison permanently eradi cated lrom tiie syritem. ifJff~TREA.TMENT at ofllce or by express. All it* t*tp st rictly coufident'.Hl. Painless Dentistry Finn Gold Pilling* jfyttßiH w"* flr '* s * All Operations Wst<&-lX Fainles* i)U Roornn 1819k ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ | ROBT. L. GARRETT & CoT | * 330 N. Mala at., Los Angfllef. X J FINEIUL DIIiIiCTOKS AND EHDALMEU J * Fir.-t clasa equipmuut. Large and well * A aeiected stock. Reasonable aad fair m 1 prices. Carefai and BKlllful treatment. ♦ * Bpecial attention given to embalming • <r and shipping bodies to dUtant partaof *> • the country. Ht9~ Night calls prompt- ♦ ♦ ly attendod to. ♦ <y <t i«ltphnn. No. 75. ♦ S> ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ § CHARM**,' Charming: c tffa* Pattern} To)eleci - Trousers From $000 — — Of "em at -~ _ _ Charmed When The Tailor 312 Sonth Spring street, below Third. CHRISTMAS GIFTS! What Shall I Give My Gentlemen Friends or Relatives ? DROP A POSTAL to Ernest E. Howell, P. O. Box 077, and have a eolicltor cell and ahow you a fine line of Shirt sam ples, with "tho latest," the Wm. K. How ell Patent Beveralble Wristband, at tached, and 6oe what a useful and beautl. fut gift you cau present at a nominal fig ure. Shirts from $1.25 up—made lo order and fit guaranteed. TnlMe IflTing. UNITED TKANSKKR CO. makes a specialty of moving furniture and pianos at reason able ratea; also baggage. Kiimle 'runki 3;>c; 2or m ire, ipeelal rates. Office -52 S. Br.,ad way, near City Hall. Tel. 1037. 11-(i-eod ly SANTA FE SPRINGS Medics! anil Surgical Sanitarium Twelve miles from Los Angeles, via Santa 'a railway. The place for Ihe weary to rest and the sick lo get well. Hot and cold nulpbur baths at ponular prices Correspondence ►ollo lied. 9-29 Urn Baker Iron Works 950 TO 960 BUENA VISTA ST., LOS ANGELES, - OAL., Adjoining 8. P. Grounds. Tel, 124.