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Superintendent Frank Jaynes of the
Western Union Telegraph company is
at tbe Westminister. Mr. Jaynes bas
been on a trip of inspection through this
end of tbe stato and Arizona, and will
return to San Francisco tomorrow or
Monday. He found tbe wires and serv
ice throughout the district in splendid
condition. The opening of the new
office in this city at Spring and First
streets, Mr. Jaynes said, was found nec
essary because of the increase of busi
John Marchant, superintendent of the
English colony in Holcomb valley, near
South Riverside, is at the Nadeau. Mr.
Marchant ia here on business connected
witb the colony. He represents an
English syndicate which acquired sev
eral thousand acres of land in that sec -
tion a few years ago. A good portion of
the land has been eet out witb citrus
fruits and tbe colony, wbich consists of
about 100 families, is in a prosperous
Capt. M. L. MoCormack, who will bo
remembered as having winterd here last
year, is back again. This time the
captain brought his wife and family
with him. The home of the visitors is
at Grand Forks, N. D., where Captain
MoCoimaok has latge interests, but after
spending last winter under the sunny
skies of Southern California he does not
care to wrestle with the Dakota blizzard
and the freezing mercury, uaptain
McCormack aud family ere Rt the Hol
Alex Badlam, tbe well known San
Francisco politician and buainvas man,
arrived in thia city last evening and
deposited his "grip" ut the Hoihubeck.
What Alex's mission hsre is no oce
seems to know, but it is surmised that
he came down to tilk with Lieut. -
Governor elect Millard for the good of
tbe party. Aa an after-dinner speaker
and Btory teller, Alex is to San Fran
cisco what Chauncey Depew is to New
Among the arrivals at the Nadeau
yesterday was M. H. Livingston, an ex
alderman from New York city. Mr.
Livingston is here on a pleasure trip.
In speaking oi the Lsxow investigation,
Mr. Livingston said that the commis
sioners were making a most thorough
investigation, and the results, bo far,
surprised every one. Tbe outcome
would be moat beneficial to society and
do mere toward making it possible to
establish a pure government than any
A distinguished party of tourists from
Ht. Louis arrived at tbe Westminster
last evening. The party couoiets of
Mra. H. I. Clemens and daughter; Mrs.
Powhatan H. Clarke ai:d maid and Pow
hatan H. Clarke, jr. They will winter
in Southern California and for a timo
will be guests of Cave Couts, at the cel
ebrated Guajome raucb, in San Diego
The Florence hotel at San Diego, the
Arlington of Santa Barbara and the
Glenwood of Riverß'de were represented
in this city yesterday. Mrs. K. M.
Galey, wife of the proprietor of the
Arlington, and her daughter, signed at
the Hollenbeck. A. H. Pratt ot ths
Florence was at tbe Nadeau, and Frank
A. Miller, who manages the Glenwood,
just walked around and shook hands
with his numerous friends.
A notable arrival at the Westminister
hotel yesterday was H. B. Smith of Bay
City, Mich. Mr. Smith, who hae man
ufacturing interests in Bay City, pur
poses enlarging them, and will estab
lish a bicycle factory here, lie is now
looking for a Bite. Ia addition to
wheela, the gentleman wiil manufacture
gas and water pipe. Mrs. Smith ac
companies him.
"The result of the recsut election has
bad no effect on crops in our county,"
said J. VV. MoGoniale, newspaperman
nnd politician from Ventura, at tho Hol
lenbeck yesterday. "In fact," snid the
gentleman, "tho recent splendid rama
aeoure a moat bountiful harvest, and the
crop outont of Ventura thia year will be
greater tban ever."
The Raymond hotel will open for the
season on next Saturday. G. Natschke
of Denver, who ig to be leader of the
orchestra at the hotel, arrived yetter*
day and ie at the Ramona.
Judge Gregg of the enperior court,
Fan Bernardino, wild among the arrivals
at the Nadeau laet evening.
George D. Copeland, president of the
Southern California Improvement com
pany of San Diego, ia at tbe Nadeau.
Adnlph Wood, United Statea land
commiasioner at Sau Bernardino, ar
rived in the city last night on business.
He is at the Westminster.
Among the arrivals nt the Ramona
are Mr. and Alrn. M. L. Deck and daugh
ter of Decatur, 111., who will spend the
winter here with a view of locating.
Among the prominent Boston people
who will winter In tbis city aro Mra. 8.
B. Selraea and d-inchtsr. They too*
nppartments at tbo Weatrainstor yester
Col. George W. Pritchard, prominent
in New Mexico mining circles, ia iv the
city. The colonel's home ia at Laa
Vegas and he can be found et the Hoi
E. J. Rockwell and wife and Mra. 11.
R. Rockwell represent Bakersfield at the
Nadeau. Mr. Rockwell ia a retirod
merchant and the party will retiiaiu
here several days.
F. Luckanbaeh, a cousin of City Clerk
Charles Luekenbach, arrived here yes
terday from New York city und ie stay
ing at the Nadeau. Thia is Mr. Luck
enbach'e first visit to Lua Angelea and
he is much pleased with what hu haa
seen of the city.
Orr it Patterson, funeral directors and
•mbalmers; fair prices ; first class ser
vice. 147 North Spring; telephone 03.
It ia an eager and penetrating air
these cool nights and mornings, just as
much as it was when Hamlet went Ban
ning for ghosts, but our Electric oil
heater will drive away even the ghost
of cold feat or of a chill in the room. No
smoke, no smell; no more care than n
lamp; nothing bat heat. Furrey oi Co.,
161 N. Spring Bt.
Don't get left bnt order your holiday
•nit at once and you will not be disap
pointed. Joe Pobeira, the tailor, 143 6.
Spring Bt.
Special sale wild flowers at Camp
Drink Shasta Water, Woollexott agent.
A Legal Fight for Uimi{» by the Con
sumer's loe Cnmpsoy.
A suit involving heavy monetary in
terests is on trial in department four
before Judge Van Dyke. It is tbe oue
of J. H. Bryson vs. A. J. McCone and
W. Louis Bell, doing business under the
name of the Fulton Engineering work),
aud has beeu banging firs for some
The total sum involved ia $26,703.15,"
and the array of legal talent brought to
gether to engage in lege! battle lor thie
spoil is quite imposing. Messrs. Chap
man and Hendricks and W. P. Gardiner
represent the plaintiff in the case, while
Messrs. Harphan, Knight and Simpson
and Hunsaker, Goodrich and McCntchin
are identified with the defendants' side
ol the case.
It appears that in September. 1891,
tbe defendants entered into a contract
with plaintiff, carrying on busi
ness as the Consumer's Ice company
and change the existing process
of ice making into tbe Kitton system,
according to tho specifications drawn
up. It was guaranteed that witb the
new machinery 15 tons of good, pure
and merchantable ice would be pro
duced. On this contract the plaintiff
paid $7807.11, and in all respects be
claims hs has fulfilled, on his side, all
tho requirements of tbe contract entered
Tho defendant, however, it is alleged,
did not carry out the terms of the con
tract, and during the eutire eeaaon of
1892 the Consumers' Ice company was
practically shut down, and was not re
ally in good running order until Janu
ary, 1893. The loss thus sustained is
act down at $12,660, and with accruing
interest and costs, etc., makes the sum
ii ret mentioned.
Saturday special at Vollmer's, 116 6.
Spring st., near First. Grand holiday
sale today. Special bargains today in
fine Christmas gifts. 100 quadruple
plated tea sets, consisting oi teapot,
sugar bowl, oreamar and spoon holder,
$6.50. 100 triple plated child's sets,
consisting of knife, fork, teaspoon, mug
aud napkin ring, all iv nice lined case,
75 cents. 100 Japanese tea sets, 17
pieces, $1.75. 100 large decorated vase
lamps, $1.25. 100 triple plated mugs,
35 cents each, 25 decorated eemi-por
oelain dining sets, 115 pieces, 110 a Bet;
109 out glass salts, plated tops, 50 cents
each ; 100 quadruple plated butter dishes,
$1.25 each. Special drives in lamps,
silverware and cut glass.
S. Conradi, jeweler and watchmaker,
113 S. Spring etreet, makes a specialty
of tine watob and jewelry repairing,
diamond setting; an elegant line of opti
cal goods; a Sue stock of watches and
jewelry always on hands,
Buy your Christmas cards at Lichten*
berger's art emporium, 107 North Main
sc. Headquarters for pictures, frames
and art novelties. No increase of p.-.eea
on account of the holiday rush ; every
thing marked iv plain figures.
Ladies, no milliner can show more
etyliah goods. My prices the lowe3t.
Have iateat Parin, New York and Lon
don patterns. Large stock of oairicb
feathers. Call. Mrs. F. W. Thurotoa,
357 South Spring.
Special—For a short time only, finest
enameled cabinet photos iv tbe city, re
duced to $1 per dozen. Sunbeam Art
l'arlors, 236 South Main street.
Ho! for Chriitmas! Look into the
now furniture Btore, 408 South Broad
way, for children's solid oak writing and
cabinet desks, $2 np.
Matbusbek and the Brigga sweet tone
pianoß for sale and to rent at No. 118
Winston street. A. Q, Gardner, prac
tical piano tuner.
John R. Paul, funeral director and era
balmer. Satisfaction guaranteed. 41!)
aud 421 Downey avenue, Last Los An
geles. Telephone 1365.
Adams Bros., dentists, 230U South
Spring street. Painleaa rilling und ex
tracting. The beßt sets of tooth Irom $6
to $10.
Dr. W. H. Ward, Mueller block, Fifth
and Broadway, rooms 24 and 25. Res.,
1033 Flower Bt. Tel., office 1421; rea. 116.
Go to I. T. Martin to buy or sell fur
niture, carpets, matting, linoleum, oil
cloth and Btoves. 451 South Spring Bt.
The Advance Davis sewing machine ia
the best. Office, 128 South Maiu street.
Sharp ii Samson.funeral directors (in
dependent), 536 S. Spring Bt.; tel. 1029.
Sewing machines, in good working
order, for $5 each. 128 South Main st.
Mrs. O.iwald makeß corsets to order
at tbo factory, 603 South Broadway.
Dr. Baldridge is now located at 245
South Spring atreet, rooms 2 and 3.
All kinds of sewing machines to rent;
128 South Main street.
Dr. Ema Pullin, lady bomeopathist,
230 W. First etreet, rooms 15 and 16.
Wild flower books, Campbell's, 325
8. Spring st.
Insure with A, C. Golsb, 147 South
Rooma $2 a week, U. S. hotel.
W»e:tior f » Kluiberley,
I"i BN. Main, opposite old court house. Specs
and eye-glasses a specialty. Fine watch and
jewelry repairing. Also diamonds und line
jewelry at lowest figures. Wagner, the old re
liable jeweler.
Our Home Brew.
Malor St Zobaleln's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught in all the priucipul Ba
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or tegs.
Offioe and brewery, 411 Aliso streel, tele
phone 91.
Stop Paying Rent by Building.
Through the Savings Fund and Bnilding So
ciety of Los Angeles, Monthly payments.
Twelfth anuual series now open. 15. H. (Irasett,
secretary, room 103 Wilson bloc*. First and
.Spring. '
Mirrors, both Frencli and German plite, can
nov. be had at a great saving on former prices.
Frenob mirrcis, both plain and hoveled; also
beveled plates mad 3to order. All work *uar
nuteed. il. Raphael &. Co., 440 B. Spring st.
Orchardists, Look Out!
Don't buy any trees until you have consulted
Jeiorne Caldweil, general agent Alexxnder A
JJ.imuKm'i; nnrseries, Biggs, Cal. OlUce, Natlc*
house, Los Augeies.
The Finest Flavored Oysters
In bulk aud cans, 00 cents, full quarts; tine, fat
aud juicy, 50 cents. Discount to hotels
and restaurants, Fred Hanlmau's Mott Market.
Fine Fruits and Vegetables.
Everybody says Richardson, Lorrry St Co.,
100 E. First St., have tho nicest and cleans
fruit store iv Los Angeles. Telephone 1378.
Trunks and Leather Goods.
All styles and varieties. Largo stock always
on hand, and reprirlng a specialty. J. C. Cun
ningham, 238 ti. Spring st. Tel. SIS.
Columbian Coal.
Try our Columbian lump coal, $8 per ton
delivered to any part of tho city. Hancock
liaiiutUE, 130 West Second sU
Guitar Lessons.
Spanish method, rapid and progressive, by
l'rof. Arevcio, room IM Wilson bio s».
Dally 3i.ll.tin.
United States Department of Agriculture
Weather 3urean. Reports received at Los An
gules, Dec. 14. 1891. htorvatious tefcen at all
stations at 3 p. in., sovonty flfth meridian time.
M j Bar. iTem. ;M»x tern.: W'd jW'ther
MAM20.98] 55 I (>2 W iptddy
no wim 54 : oo « rt clrly
Ltpg 29.9* 52 00 . VV Pt cldy
39.02 60 ! 59 W hlear
rj'ooii9.!li» 48 05 8W cloudy
mt; 29.1X11 44 50 NW cloudy
iff.. J9.9S 44 44 NW (Cloudy
129.941 40 5(( 'N<v Rain
«... 89.921 40 43 ISVV Ruin
I. .29.92; 42 40 SW j Cloudy
Weather Bursss,
Report of ohitrratloiu taken at l,os Angeles
Dec ..ruber 14. 1894; [Note—Barometer re
duced to sea levol. J
ft. m.
p. m.
51 «7
I Dft I 87
Co ldv
rt i.'t'y
Maximum temperature, 83,
Minimum temperature, 48.
Rainfall past -4 houis, tinea.
Forecast for Southern California*
Generally fair bnt somewhat threatening in
the eastern portion tonight; nearly stationary
temperature; light westerly winds.
Can you ac au American afford to keep
out of the A. P. A. ?
Noon prayer meeting daiiy al Peniel
hall, 227 South Main etreet.
Maurice Hill was arrested by Officer
Fay yesterday for cruelty to ani mats.
Why do tbe would-be American peo
ple oppose the A. P. A. ?
Tbe Woman's orohsstra of Los Ange
les, Congregaiionai church, Monday
Life reading, $1; satisfaction guaran
teed. Scientilt Fanny Green, 352 8.
The cass of Frank Jones, arrested on a
charge of embezzling $6 worth of cigars,
was diimissed in tbe police court yes
L. J. Garvin of Santa Barbara, official
court reporter of Judge Cope's court in
that county, is in the city.
Desmond's, in the Bryaon block, is the
indisputable headquarters for holiday
hats and everything in the line of men'a
Do you know what the A. P. A.'s
mean? Lectures every Sunday evening
at Illinois hall at 2:30. Short addresses
by prominent speakers next Sunday.
The choicest and grandest aggregation
of beautiful holiday presents ever Been
under ono roof. Whero, you say ? Why
at Dusmond'o, No. 141 South Spring
street, in the Bryson block.
An equal suffrage mass meeting will
be held in Temperance temple this
evening. Uood speakers and good
music. Kvorybody cordially invited.
A Mr. Hutchin3on, who resides at
523 Carolina street, was arrestod iast
night for dementia. He was lodged in
the county jail to await au examination
as to bis anuity.
Thure urn undelivered telegrams at the
Western Uuicn Telegraph company's of
fice, corner of Court and Main streets,
December 14th, for VV. G. Lee, Mre.
Jane iiaeves, Ctntrlss S. Fulton, E, S.
Anderson. Mra. V. M. Viokery, Mr. W.
H, Brown.
Dick Brown, the erratic bill poster of
African extraction, fell in a tit on
Spring etreet yesterday aiternoon and
came near psseing over tbo river. Only
the day before Dick had a similar at
tuck. He is recuperating in the receiv
ing hoepital.
The Association of Companions, mil
itary order of the Loral Legion, will
hold an important meeting at McDon
ald's hall thia evening. Among the
speakers.will be Capt. G. A.Overton,
U. 8. A., and Col. W. R. Smedberg, U.
S. A., recorder of the commandery of
this state. A German lunch wili be one
of the features of tbe evening.
Today Desmond, in the Bryson block,
opens tbe Christmas ceiling season with
au array of attractions in choice high
claea neckwear and suspenders that will
beyond question create a sensation and
bring the multitude of buyers of fine
neckwear, suspenders and holiday nov
elties of every deerription Desmond's
way, for tho prioea aro very much the
lowest ever known in tbis city.
Mr. John P. Wetmore, a prominent
teal estate agent of San Angelo, Texas,
bas uaed Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhtca Remedy in his family for
aeveral yeara aa occasion required, and
always with perfect success. He says:
"I find it a perfect cure for our baby
when troubled with colio or dyaentery.
I now feel that my outfit is not complete
without a bottle of tbis remedy at home
or on a trip away from home." For sale
by Off A. Vaughn, comer Fourth and
Spring streets, and C. F. Heiozeman,
222 North Main street, druggist.
Your wife wants to see the Glenwood
range, which bakea, roaats aud cooka to
perfection and eaves 30 per cent in fuel.
Furrey it Co., ltil N. cpring at.
Kregelo & Bresee, funeral directors,
Broadway and Sixth etreet. Tel. 243,
Mexican leather goods, Campbell's
curio store.
Fitzgerald, house and aign painter, 222
Franklin ; telphone 1449. Low prices.
Didn't Hit. Hi - lElfght B<nr.
Tho Palace in the future will tell only Maier
,t Zobelein's rao-t celebrsted beer —homebrew.
This is done because the purchaser of the place
liss arrived at ttie conclusion that Para Hchurtz
made h failure because he did not handle this
beer before.
Ttie Leading Specialists for
Diseases of MEN Exclusively.
|4ot a Dollar f^~\
Mrfg Need be Paid nTm
Medicine or Treatment
Until We Cure You.pf^^|^
We moan the above statement emphatically—it means everybody, and (t Is to show our sincerity, honesty and ability to core these
diseases, of which we mako a specialty. We have the largest practice in Southern California, acquired by skill and moderate charges
Our Offices are the most elaborate and private in the city, aud you need see no ouo but the doc tors. We make it a part of our busi
ness to deal in sacred confidence with our patients. 43* We have abandoned the treatment of all diseases except those of a I'rH'atc, Ner
vous «nd 4'hronie of" Meu. We believe that we thereby attain the highest possible decree of success for the speedy, thorough
and permanent cure of these peculiar cases. Our book on the nature and treatment of these discuses, together with rules for diet, excrciso
and sleep sent free on application; also our self-diagnosis sheet aud our opinion as to the curability of the case.
Corner IVtaira otocl Streets,
Over VVells-Fargo Express Office. Private side entrance oa Third St. TeleDhoues —Office, 1309; Residence, 129 W.
. Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Mrs. Oatharlno E. Smith Ooea Freo on a
Technicality of Lsv,
The district attorney's office is not in
luck juat now, and faulty informations
are becoming too frequent.
Mrs. Catherine K. Smith, Accused of
producing an abortion on Miss Ada
Faulkner, appeared in department one,
yestsrday, and her counsel, J. Marion
Brooks, esq., won a preliminary victory
in the case before tbe court. He first
mado a motion to quash the information
on the usual statutory grounds, but it
was promptly overruled by Judge Smith.
Mr. Brooks then presented a demurrer
to the information, alleging that it did
not conform to the various sections ol
tbe Pensl code, under whiob defendant
was held, inasmuch as it did not name
tbe drug, medicine, substance or instru
ment used by tha defendant.
Judge Smith sustained the demurrer,
and the defendant went free. The court
ordered the district attorney to file a
new information.
Something That Will lnt.rmt You.
Burger ia in no Trust, and belongs to
no Jewelers' Combine; buys direct from
manufacturer and saves you the middle
man's profit We are here to stay; have
leased our side of the store for five years
and will retail all goods at Wholesale
Prices. We want to tell more goods,
gain more business. Are you with us?
If so, you can buy today Diamond-cut
Sterling Silver Rings, you see them in
all your first-class jewelers' windows at
50c—our prioe is 25c. Sterling Silver
Brooches.the $1 kind,at 25c; and twenty
patterns to select from. Sterling Silver
Link Caff Buttons at 50c a pair. Misses'
and Children's Diamond Rings, Solid
Gold, wortli $2.50, at $1.25. Solid Gold
children's Rings, set with three Genu
ine Turquoises. Others set with Garnet
and Turquoise, worth $2, at 95c.
Large size Albums Bxl2, Silk Bro
caded Plash with Silver Plated Mount
ings at 95c. Special Cut Prices in Col
lar and Cnff Boxes. Toilet Caees, etc.
Sterling Silver Bon Bon Boxea, Paper
Knives, Button Hooks and Glove But
toners at 30 per cent off the regular
prices. Gold Filled Case Watches, with
Americau Movements, at $8 50, usual
price, $15.00. Special inducements to
day in all kinds of fine Pocketbooke,
Shell and Sterling Mounted Combs and
Ornameutß. Special Cut Prices in Sil
ver Plated ware, together with 5000 ap
propriate and Suitable Holiday Pres
ents at 25 to 50 per cent off the regular
price. Consult your own iutersat. Come
and compare prices. All goods marked
in plain figures. A child 5 years old can
bny as cheap es a grown person at
Burger's, No. 235 South Spring St., four
doorß south Lob Angeles Theater, be
tween Second and Third streets. Open
Headquarters (or Mexican leather at
Dr. Rsbscca Lse Dorsey, Stimson
blook, first floor, rooms 129. 130, 141.
Special attention given to obstetrical
cases and all diseases ol women and
children. Electricity scientifically used.
Consultation hours, 1 to 5. Tel. 1227.
We do not cay so, but our patrons who
nse the (ilea wood range will tell you
that tbey save 30 per cent in fuel. Fur
rey Co., 161 N. Spring st.
Xmas presents Campbell's, 325 South
Try a gal. Maltese club whiskey, $3.50,
unexcelled for purity and flavor. T Vache
& Co., cor. Comerc'l & Alameda, tel. 309.
Sen or Carvantez, leather carver at
Boareotr Boxea
Specially appropriats for Christmas presents,
at Christopher's, 241 8. Spring- st.
250 envelopes, 50c; y t ream writing paper 25c
Laugstadter, 214 W. Second, Hollenbeck hotel.
Buy tbe Whitney make trunk and traveling
bag. Factory 344 N. Main sL
Pr. Tarlier. dentist, 129f j 'ir« sireet.
K. I, DOHENT, Manager. I. A. CONNON, Snpt.
IN ANY QUANTITY at market prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Our oil
contains no benzine, uaptha 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 burned with any style
of burner.
Telephone 1472. Wells & Office cor. Douglas & W. State sts.
Th-y Play With • Football bnt Do Mo
Kicking—Tho Seniors Flay tho
Middle Class and the
Latter Win.
Tbe normal school students have ro
vlred the game of basket ball, tbe mem
ory of which has been handed down
from generation to generation through
the medium of Shakespeare's plays.
The game is played with a football,
aud, as in football, the object of the
players is the putting of the ball behind
rj. nv» ths adversaries' gcs.l. oihar
wite the game is somewhat like football
played baokward, inasmuch as the kick
ing of tbe ball iB a foul, and interference
with a player having the ball in posses
sion is a foul, counting one in the score
ol the side offended against. Briefly,
the ball is passed from player to player,
each player endeavoring to throw the
ball between the goal posts and to pre
vent tbe opposing players frojo. doing
the aame.
The first of a series of three games
was played yesterday afternoon between
teams made up of members of tbe senior
and middle classes, the following young
ladies composing the teams:
seniors. rosinoN. stinnt.Es.
Tim in ons..» /..Johnston
Taylor S Guard. J....Meader
Cutler ) ( Logle
Crandall..l r ... Monday
Cook I j Hassneliej
Dalpin....! n,„,„, J... -Stanley
Levy f center. -j .. Kraddish
Hutton.... I (..Machada
Uurlin J \ Martin
Lotspiech..) , .. Doilaud j
Msnley 5 Goal. Laagmsn
N.'wby J ( Thompson
.1. Winans. umpire.
Dr Dres?iar, judge.
K. R. Young, referee.
The game was close and long contin
ued, two hours of hard wark being re
quired to decide the result, nnd the
enthusiasm of the spectators was only
equaled by that ol the players. The
senior team suemed to contain a greater
number ot brilliant individual players,
but as in football team work oounts for
points, and tbe middles were unques
tionably superior in their concerted
work and won out by a score of 11 to 4.
Party feeling is very strong in tbe
respective classes, and the members of
tho teams are trying to monopolize the
time of the irntructor in athletics in
their preparation tor the next gams,
scheduled for the coming week.
For rheumatism I have loom! nothing
equal to Chamberlain's Fain Balm. It
relieve! tbe pain aa soon aa applied.—J.
W. Young, Weat Liberty, W. Va. The
prompt relief it affords ia alone worth
many times tbe eoet, 50 cents. Its con
tinued use will effect a permanent cure.
For sale by Off & Vaughn, corner Fourth
and Spring streets, and C. F. Heinze
man, 222 North Main street, druggists.
Have you got tho headache from im
pure air, smoke and odor in yonr room?
Use th» Fiectric oil beater; no smoke or
odor, Furrey company, 1(31 N. Spring st.
Campbell hae tbe fine leather work.
Holiday I'unoy (iondfl
And bonbons and in irroas gla-.O at Christo
pher's, -11!'. Spring et.
Use German Family soap.
Wall paper sc. T.zc per roll. 329 3. Spring
\lS™?7<B l>f£3rCB, BIDKBOABD9.
XmmW/9 couches and
iijSaLJW BKl> lounger >
\nffTniMl And Complete Line of
aUUJJtULJ- Children's , arrlngei, Tol
iSMjEjHiak letSHs .md Faucy Roik
*l ers at low prices.
lt| *^ j | tr, I South Spring Sr.
Comes as Usual.
And if times are a little out - NECKWEAR
of joint, should that disturb HANDKERCHIEFS
your pleasant plans for the;; —
Holidays ? ;; mm
In your choice of a gift, " DRESS SHIRTS
you will seek to combine GUFFS
the useful with the practi- " UMBRELLAS
cal and avoid the useless. - MfICKINIOSHFS
Our stock affordsgreat pos-" •■ J™^ ES ■
sibilities in this direction. .. UNDERWEAR, ETC
You'll find it Pays to trade witli
I J2+ South Spring St.
Highest Medals Offered la
Tnaas«sf«T jf7 World's Fair Convention ot Pao
m "7 ✓ S r~ t»«raphers and World's Kxi>o*|.
1 IT J'l-rL? UoB - Oloseo, '9a Highest pre
* -&"tT>7T mlums l.os Au|elos Fair, '89 81,
higher premlnms tor last Islr,
sasj ending Oct. 20. '04.
1 Onr Awards are the J.icrh-
est Awarded Ah> Photof*
Speaking Volumes for the Superiority- ot the Steckel Photografhs.
220 S. SPRING ST.,
Opp. L. A. Theater aad Holleabeek KohaV
fss| Thomas bros.
[ other Uses in proportion. J[ g3Q SOUTH SPRING ST. I
Sweet and Sour Mash Whiskies in Bond or Tax Paid a Specialty.
■f ■ S IT~ f" Don't buy nutil you see our
' ■ SIO.UOO bankrupt stork,
„ — ■ which we will sell at half
m - M r v »-_--'?* what you pay at other stores
328 South Spring Street.
Seminal weiknpm, Impotency, etc., Inducing
Home ol the following symptoms, ■■ dizziness,
confusion of Idem, defeotlve memory, aversion
to eociety, hlotchei, emissions, exhaustion
varicocele, etc., are perm anently^nred.
TJrlnary, Kidney emd Bladdey
troubles, weak back, Incontinence, gonorrhea,
gleet, stricture and all unnatural discharges
| are quickly and perfectly cured.
> causing ulcers, eraptloni, swelling in groin*,
< sore throat, falling hair and other symptom!
; are removed, and all poison permancnti r srnil
-1 eated Irom the system.
I at offleeer by express. AU
letters strictly confidential.
Z UHON. Main «t., Loi Angeles. X
: First class equipment. Large and well <a>
selected stock. Kensonabie and fair +
a prices. Carefui and skillful treatment. 4>
i Special attention given to embalming ♦
i end shipping bodies to dutaut psrtsof ♦
+ the country. CtW Night Cillu prompt- ♦
♦ ly attended to. ♦
& 4) »l«phAnM No. 75. ty ♦
♦ ♦
We Ars Scalpers —
ol Prices in fine Tailoring. cCrtifC^
\<Jl4& CH£V/OT
VKSM \{t\ - To order
GABiL The Mr
312 Sonth Spring st, below Tbird.
— 1 ■ —*■■-I- ■ ■■ » -—-
| Tiie Herald j
| y Reaches I
% People X
t Who Buy I
% The Goods. §
♦ The 'Purchasing- Classes ' |
* "People who buy goods arc. divided into ♦
* three classes: *
<3> "I'he select 10,000, tho well-to do 100,- ♦
♦ 000, and the moro or lesi prosperouv •
J million. Nine-teuths of all the fortunes 2
0 aro made from the trade of the 100,000 •
* and the milltou, becauso they buy nine- * .
X tenths of the goods which are sold. They Z
• are the ptop'c also who respond to advor- 5
J tisemect*. and who buy for csihorp.iy T
1 their bills promptly. The merchant or +
4> any advertiser who caters successfully to ♦'-
!• the 100,000 and the million will got all J
he cares for of the trade ot tho select J
10,000. They rarely answer an adver- ♦
tlsement, and are proverbially slow s
pay."—Stewjikt. X
•»♦*♦♦♦♦♦ %
J The HERALD, aaily and Sunday, not {
X only has a large circulation In Southern X
V California, but reaches tho homos of the ♦
J 100,000 class and the "more oi loi.: pros- X
4> perous million." X

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