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A CALIFORNIAN IN THE EAST.
Impressions Made by What Was
Seen and Heard.
r
The Presence of Pennies aud the
Abaeuco of Chinese.
Carreaoy Tokos tho Ploao of Gold and
■ llvor—Tho Climate Bill of
Faro—luteroet In Onl
tfurnla—Notoa.
An absence of years from the eastern
i aide of tbe Rocky mountains soon leads
\ pne to forget how many points of differ
ence there are between the Pacific coast
! and the rest of the country. Tbe oli
jinatio change is not the only one. There
ids almost ac much to entertain a Celi
lornian in a trip to tbe older seotions of
the Union at there ia for a resident of
4ho New England or Middle statea to
visit the country west of the Great
. Divide. Some notes of interest to those
who adopted California for a home long
•go, or who have never known any otbe r
home, are appended.
Currency is almost the only money in
■general use in the country east of the
Mississippi. Under $1 you receive your
change in sliver, and an apolony is often
offered if you are given $2 or (3 in silver
change. The $5, $10 and {20 gold pieces
are not often seen in general basinets.
In some large houses in Chicago and
New York the cashiers are obliged to
take a gold coin to their superiors before
they accept it, so unfamiliar are they
with tbe yellow metai. In small estab
lishments there is also a disposition to
be very careful in accepting any gold
money. Tbe greasy, ill-smelling bank
■ note is greatly preferred. The penny is
found all over tbe northern states, and
exact change is doubtless a boon for
poor people. The saving to the average
family in a year by the exact change
method amonnts to many dollars. Few
realise how a few pennies count up as
time goes on, and it is a pity that the
•astern plan was not adopted long ago
in California.
The Chinese have not invaded the
•astern states to any considerable ex
tent. There are laundries in all tbe
larger towns, but the pigtail is rarely
■esn on the streets. The Chinese, for
■ome reason, do not figure ac serious
competitors In the labor market of tbe
country east of the Mississippi. Tbe
"heathen Chinee" is still quite a carios
ity in large sections of tbe anion, and
tbe mysteries ol fan tan and the opium
joint principally remain a special
branch of California eduoation for the
young eastern arrival on this coast.
Electric ears are now to be iaund in
most of tbe eastern cities. The cable
■till holds its own in many places, par
ticularly Chicago, but the general ex
pression ia that its day is almost over.
The electric oars in use are much like
those in Lot Angeles, but a railing is
placed on one aide of tbe entrances, so
a passenger cannot stop off or get on in
front ol a oar going the other way. Tbe
bell punch, still in use here, Is becom
ing rare in the east. In place the con
doctor polls a rope, whiob rings a ball
at tbe other end ot the car, and so regis
ters the lare. Large devices are placed
in front of most of the cars for the pur
pose of saving tbe lives ol people run
Into.
The climatic bill of fare for moat of tbe
country east of the Rockies, is usually
varied enough during tbe winter
months. An old resident not • hundred
miles from Chicago showed me his
diary from December 1, 1893 to March
10, 1594. Tbe weather during that time
was apportioned ac follows:
There were 8 pleasant days with
elaar and warm weather; 30 days when
tbe thermometer went to or below zero,
and ears, noses and toes were not safe
in tbe open air; 14 days when it was
wholly or partially rainy ; 16 days when
enow, hail or sleet fell; 26 days when
the weather was changeable—being
mainly cold, oloudy, foggy and in every
way unpleasant.
A well-posted gentleman who spends
his summers in the east and hie win
ters In Southern California, said to the
writer recently:
"I do not know of any better invest
ment in the world tnan judiciously
bought real estate in Southern Califor
nia. This country of yours is going to
be densely populated as it becomes
better known. If it had nothing but its
climate it wonld still reach prosperity
from a boat of wealthy health seekers,
but lam satisfied that it haa as sub
stantial general resources as any part of
the world. The only trouble is that the
the belt of land with water facilities is
limited. Aa year by year transportation
facilities with the eastern states im
prove, tbe rush out there will increase.
A man who fails to get a home at the
present moderate prices is missing the
opportunity of bis lite."
The pepper tree, even if it dees tear
up a section of cement walk once in a
while, is a decided acquisition to South
ern California. Its bright foilage, free
from dust, ia a great adornment to our
public streets. Daring six months of
y/inter in the eastern statos tbe maple,
elm, poplar, oak and other favorite trees
■re not more attractive than the tele
graph and trolley poles. Our peppers
and palms are more appreciated after
you have seen miles of lawn covered
with dead leaves and numberless trees
with only toioles for ornaments.
A poor man in Southern California
eah furnish his family with an excellent
dinner at a price which would greatly
surprise bis eastern brother. Such lux
uries aa fresh vegetables and ohoice
fruits in great variety are almost un
known during tbe winter months to the
dwellers on the prairies and tbe moun
tains on tbe other side. They have, to
be sure, apples, cabbages and potatoes
sMred in their cellars, but few, except
the very rich, have anything to compare
with the table delioaciet whioh the aver
age California working-man enjoys for a
trifling expense every winter day.
People who enjoy uncanny sights
should visit tha government medical
museum at Washington, D. O. The
medical fraternity have accumulated a
ootleotion of horrors there enough to
drive* nervous manor woman to dis
traction. From the victims of diseases
in hospitals they have secured and pre
served in aloohol for exhibition such
pleasant looking objects as diseased
brains, longs and kidneys, enlarged
Hearts and livers, canoerous formations,
tumors, portions of tbe body showing
the effect of bullet wounds, etc. Ths
spleen of ths assassin Guiteau is among
the assortment, the organ being lound
St, tb* autopsy to be twice tbe natural
•ise. There are almost endless shelves
loaded with monatrositiee-obildren born
•nib two beads, two hearts, appendages
to their baok bones suggesting tails,
children half white aad half black, sev
eral specimens oovered with far at birtb.
The attendant of this museum, whleb is
supported wholly by the govern
ment, stated to tbe writer
that nearly every disease known
is to be seen illustrated by its actual
effect on tbe human body. II the skele
tons in tbe museum were placed in line
they would reach a mile or more. Tbe
war furnished many curiously mangled
limbs and the singular occurence hat
more than onoe happened tbat a veteran
of from 50 to 70 has coma to look at his
own leg or arm torn off In battle 30
years ogo.
The general impression eoneernlng
California is favorable In the eait, bnt
numerous aro tbe curious questions
asked. One idea damaging to tbe state
ia that the rainy season on tbe coast
means rain every day from November to
May. This notion is very firmly estab
lished in the minds ol many people.
Bnt a good deal of missionary work has
been done by newspapers and commer
mercial bodies, particularly the rail
roads, and a steady increase in the pop
ulation and prosperity oi this section is
aa well assured ai anything can be.
J. O. Pbabody.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
RECOMMEND THAT A CONTRACTOR
PAY JUS DEBTS.
Straat Work la Vorlons Parti of tho
City Rjeomtnondwd—Oonrad flhoror
to Furnish Floe
■fat.
The board of public workt ol tbe
city oouncil concluded iti work for the
past week yesterday and prepared the
following report to be presented to the
counoil on Monday:
In tbe matter of communication No.
974, in reference to claims against T. A.
Grant, contractor on Second street,
Boyle Heights, we recommend that tbe
street superintendent be directed to
hold the assessment warrant until said
claims are paid.
That petition No. 095, from Oal
Weaver at al., asking thai a air-foot
cement sidewalk be constructed along
the south side of Eighth street from San
Pedro street to Maple avenue be
granted and the oity engineer instructed
to prepare and present the necessary or
dinance of Intention.
That protest No. 991 from F. Botiller
against the sidewalkiag of Eighth street,
between San Pedro street and Maple
avenue, be filed,
Tbat petition No. 992, from Wm. J.
Buckingham, asking that Denver avenue
from ths south line ol Ninth street to
tha north line of Tenth street be graded,
graveled, curbed with cement curb, and
sidewalked with cement sidewalk fonr
feet wide under the bond provisions of
the Vroomen act, be granted, and the
city engineer inttruoted to present tbe
necessary estimate of cost, and to pre
sent the necessary ordinance of inten
tion.
That petition No. 996, from M. E.
Threlkeld etal., asking that State Street
between First street and Bridge street
be graded, graveled, guttered and cv rbed
witn a redwood curb, under the bond
provisions of the Vroomen act, be re
ferred to the city engineer for estimate
of cost of aaid improvement under speci
fication "G," and if tbe same exceeds
the sum of $1 per front loot, then to
present the necessary ordinance of in
tention therefor.
In the matter of proposals for furnish
ing the oity with flag.stones for st se .
crossings, we recommend tbat the pro
posal of Conrad Soberer to famish said
flag-stones wherevsr they are used and
In such number of lineal feet as needed
.on any one crossing for the sum of 87W
cents per lineal foot, be accepted, ana
tbe city attorney instructed to prepare
and present the necessary contract and
bond.
That petition No. 972, from C. E. Day
et al., in reference to a culvert at tbe in
tersection of tbe Arroyo de Los Poses
with Aliso street, be referred to tbe oity
engineer to report as to tbe most feasi
ble manner of remedying the difficulties
complained of.
That petition No. 890, from Lewie
Strenber et al., and 905, from tbe board
of supervisors, be referred to tbe oity
engineer.
That petition No. 71, from Bonlta
Sesma; 661, from Mrs. E. Hooter et al.;
855, from S. F. Foehay; 361, from J.
Fiscuß et al.; 815, from Julia Baker;
901, from D. F. Donegan; 888, from the
Redondo Railway company; 854, from I.
Y. Murray; 477, from H. Newmarket
al. j 610, from the Eleotrieal Workers'
union; 781, from H. A. Bonflllio et al.;
930, from Phil Riccard et al.; 925, from
E. Dunn, and 973, from O. H. Schronts
be filed.
Naw Salts,
Preliminary papers wars filed in Ihe
following new suits yesterday, in the
office of the oonnty clerk:
Emanuel Wineburgh ye. the Pacifio
Coaet Steamship company. An action
to recover $11,250 damagei claimed to
have been incurred by reaaon ol an
aasualt upon plaintiff by a steward oi
the steamship Corona during tbe trip
from San Franctaoo to Fort Los Angeles
on September 19, last.
John H. Dnehring tb. Doria Jones, et
al. An action to recover $10,197.50, a
loss alleged to have been sustained on
September 4, last, by reaeon of the col
lapse of defendants' bnilding on Mar
cheeßault itreet.
Charles Houghton tb. Doria Jones, et
al. An notion to reoover |20,000 for
personal injuries reoeived at the same
time and place.
Mary £. Haynea vs. Robert J. Sparket
et al. An action to recover on • prom
issory note for $11,000. drawn on Octo
ber 1, 1893, and secured by a mortgage
on certain real property, to-wit: All of
section No. 15, township 3 south, range
14 west, S. B. M,, excepting the north
east quarter of the northeast quarter,
and also tbe southeast quarter of said
section. The land contains about 440
acres.
Nellie R. Fhelan et al. vs. Alice J.
Nicholson et al. An action to reoover
JGOO alleged to have been collected for
plaintiffs from tbe sale of real estate.
Seourity Loan and Trust company vs.
Josephine M. Workman. An action for
foreclosure of mortgage on 200 aerea of
land on the Kancho la Fuante for $4350.
Specimen Oases.
8. 0. Clifflnd, New Caetel, Wis., was troubled
with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his stomach
was disordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, a ope tHe fell away, and he
was terribly reduced in flesh and strength.
Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured htm
Edward Shepherd, Harrlaburg, ia, had a
running sore on his leg of hjht years stand
ing. Deed three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes of Bucklen'sAralca Salve, and his
leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawaba
0„ "ad Aye large fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was Incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Bucklen'i Arnica Salve
cured him entirely. Bold by C. P. Helmsman,
druglst and chemist, 222,11. Mala street.
LOB AWELES nERATT>B~ SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 18M.
DENYING ITS POWER.
CAN THE COUNCIL ABANDON ANY
STREET*
Tha Protestants Agalnat tho Abandon
ment of Flgnaroa Stroot to Fight
tho Oity In tho
Oonrts.
At was all along anticipated, tbe prin
cipal protestants against the abandon
ment of Figueroa etrest by the city
council are not going to be content with
the action taken on tbe matter.
For 20 years this ease has bsen agi
tated, and previous councils have re
fused or failed to take definite action.
The council adopted an ordinance on
Thursday abandoning tbe street, and
yesterday the following notice was
served on tbe mayor and the city coun
cil:
Please take notice that the protestants
against the abandonment of Figueroa
street, or any part thereof, situated in
Los Angeles city, deny your jurisdiction,
authority or power, by ordinance or
otherwise, to abandon, vacate and de
stroy Figueroa street, or any part
thereof, or any public street in this
city. The protestants deny tbat you
have jurisdiction, authority or power to
take public streets, or any publio prop
erty, and vacate and give the same for
private use.
Tbe protestants deny your , jurisdic
tion, authority or power, without due
process of law, and without tha payment
of damages, and without their consent,
or at all, to deprive them, or either of
them, of their vested rights in the free
use of Figueroa street, and every portion
thereof.
And yon will please take notice that
in due time the protestants will take
the necessary steps to set aside, vacate
and annul all the proceedings you have
taken, by ordinance or otherwise, to
vacate Figueroa street, or any portion
thereof.
Dated Los Angeles, Cel., December 15,
1894. Will D. Gould,
Attorney for Protestants.
Some interesting points of law will be
brought into this controversy, no doubt,
tonching on the power of a city council.
And TUMORS posi-
B i lively cured. No knife
V a 1 or l ,oin * Nopayuntil
j 1 r< W/. Write for book
A| Of
•y* flfl of wonderful cures—
aB % mostly
'breasts.
■iW 811
Pnl Cancrr Horpital: 211 W. Ann St.
Please tend this to someone with Cancer.
OTHER DISEASES CPBKD o>' SAME TERMS.
WBIRI EXAMINATION T7»T) TT^TJV
AND CONSULTATION IB -T XCJj/ilf
and honest, Intelligent treatment and reasona
ble prices are given.
PRIVATE DISEASES
OF MEN,
I snoh as Stricture, Syohllia, Gleet, Gonorrheal.
Spermatorrhoeo, Seminal Weakness, Lost Man
hood, Night Emissions, Decayed Faculties,
etc., etc.. cured by ths OLDEST and most SUO
CESSfUL specialist on the coast.
NERVOUS,
CHRONIC,
PRIVATE.
Kidney, Bladder,
Blood and Skin Diseases
Successfully treated and quickly cured.
LUNGS AND HEART.
Oar SPECIAL SURGEON, recently from ths
largest Chicago hospital (diplomas and certifi
cates to be seen at office) has made diseases of
the heart and lungs a life study. Successful
treatment by the latest methods. DIAGNO3I3
made by the aid of the microscope.
CATARRH
PER MONTH.
•T 7* • ONE WEEK'S TREATMENT
2±2b£
Home Treatment $3,
MEDICINE INCLUDED.
OUR DIPLOMAS are from the
best colleges in the world, certified by the
state board, and registered at the county
oourt house and city health office. Call and
examine diplomas and certificates and ref
erences of banks, city and connty officials,
and bast citizens of Los Angeles. Onr ca
tarrh SPECIALIST does NOTHING bnt
treat Catarrh. He has followed this spec
ialty 10 years In this city.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
A special department devoted exclusively to
the treatment of all female diseases.
Consultation and Examination FREE.
OFFICE HOURS: 9to 4 and 7to 8. Sunday.
10 to 12.
0/4 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
•St: -I Rooms i, 3, 5 and 7.
Thle Fananna Remedy cures quickly and per
manently all norvous dlscnE.es, such as Weak
Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Ilcndnche, Wake
fulness, I.oat Vitality, niirhtlv- emissions, evil
dreams,impotoncy and wasting diseases caused by
youthful errors or execasea. Contains no
opiates. Is a nerve tonla and blood builder.
Makes the pnle and puny strong and plump. Easily
carried in vest pocket, all per box; O lor SjsS. By
mall prepaid with a written guarantee, to cure or
money refunded. Write us for free medical
book, -sent sealed In plain wrapper, which oon
talns testimonials and financial references. Mo
charge for cnnaultatlona. Beware of imila>
tions. Sold by our advertised agents, or address
NERVE SEED CO., Masonic Temple.Chicago.
BOLD IN LOS ANGELES, CALF. BT GODFItEY
t MOOKE 108 8. SP.IING. DRUGGISTS.
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', 330 N. Main St., Los Angeles. 2
J| FUNBRAL DIRECTOR:) AND BMBALIkW, t
ii First class equipment. Lirge and well 2
< i selected stock. Reasonable and fair Z
<. prices. Careful and skillful treatment. X
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Wn We will pay $25 cash to the smoker who will compose the best advertisement for us, of H
H not more than one hundred words, before January Ist, on the H
I JAMES G. BLAINE I
P| As the advertisements come in the-y will be numbered, so that when they are submitted for award M
H| the judges will not know who any of the writers are. H
H In advertising this plan we desire to say there is no trade, profession or study which holds forth W
rJi greater promise of reward for its successful followers, than that of an original advertisement M riter. H
H| Many of the largest business houses of the United States would gladly avail themselves of the ser- H
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P WHOLESALE CIGARS. MANUFACTUR IN G CONf'i-:CTIONERS^J|
SOUTHERN
[Tlggi CALIFORNIA
FURNITURE
MSI] COMPANY
Lia in lil 326 » 328 AND 830
J|VnLßßflußi SOUTH MAIN ST
NOW OFFERING AN ENTIRE NEW LINE,
Latest Designs
Novel Attractions
Popular Prices
I FURNITURE, CARPETS,
MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS,
SHADES, CURTAINS, Etc.
THE BEST PLACE TO
Furnish Your Home!
Unequaled inducements to CASH BUYERS.
Special advantages given on TIME PAYMENTS.
Don't forget the location.
Adjoining Westminster Hotel.
H. GERMAIN
The Original Cut-Rate Druggist,
123 SOUTH SPRING ST., - LOS ANGELES.
MY STOCK OF
Holiday Goods'//.
Though always large and fine, is extra this year,
and at prices that astonish everyone.
TOILET CASES, PERFUMES,
TRAVELING CASES, PERFUME CASES,
MANICURE SETS, PERFUME BOTTLES,
HAIR BRUSHES, TOILET SOAPS,
COMBS, SPONGES,
CHAMOIS FOR USE, and BATH BRUSHES,
CHAMOIS FOR ART, ETC., ETC.
ALL ARE INCLUDED IN THE OUT.
Bishop's Finest Candies and Confections
IN PREPARING for tbe holidays, I have not forgotten my Prescription Department. I still
continue to dispense the very purest and best drugs and medicines. This department is un
der the management ot a man ot long and varied experience, whom time and study have com
bined to make p rfect in the art of compounding*. Dare, accuracy and attention to detail guar
anteed. »ou l i usf. the drug your doctor writes tor, and under no circumstance any substitu
tion, and I 9AVIS VuO 50 PER CENT. A full line of Squibb, Malllnckrodt, Parke, Davis & Co.,
Merck, Powers & Welghttnau, Wyeth's and all standard manufactures of drugs and chemicals
constantly in slock. I have been among you for years—you KNOW me. lam here to stay. I
want your trade, and am willing to do my part toward pleasing you.
H. GERMAIN. THE ORIGINAL CUT-RATE DRUGGIST
JULIUS WOLTEIR,
Slanofactoriof Jeweler, Watch Repairer and Optician
_ IN LARGE VARIETY, BUCH AS DIA-
Christmas Presents tfsszw^^^F&l
fJfJt-PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
.TP-REMEMBER THE NUMBER, 122 SOtltll Main St.
OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
OF I_OS ANGELES, CAL.
CAPITAL (PAID UP, S 500,001.00
SURPLUS AND RESERVE 820,000.00
TOTAL ffil, 320,001). 00
OFFIOEH8: DIRECTORS:
1. W. HELLMAN President W.H.Perry, 0. E, Thorn, A. OUtartL
H. W. HELLMAN Vice-President O. W. Childs, 0. Dncommon,
JOHN MILNEK ( ashler T. L, Duque, J. B. Lankeishim
H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier H. W. Hellman, I. w. Hellman.
Sell and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Department
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL J
Bank, 101 S. Bpring St., Nadeau block,
L. N. BREED President
WM. K. BO3BYBHELL Vice-President
C. N. FLINT Cashier
W. H. HOLLIDATf Assistant Cashier
Capital, paid in gold coin $200,000
Surplus aud undivided profils 25,000
Authorized capital 500,000
directors:
L. N. Breed, H, T. Newell, Wm. H. Avery,
Silas Holman, W. H. Hoiliday, F. C. Boiby
shell, M. Hagan, Frank fUder, D. Remick,
Thos. Goss, Wm. F. BosbyshelL
I UNION BANKOFSAVINGS |
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
or'iecss and directors:
V». W. Stlmson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay
Pr.lt VTc.FMa. Cuhur
C. G. Harrison S. H. Mott R. M. Baker
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAIO ON DEPOSITS |
LOS ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, I
23U N. Main sL 1
Capital stock $100,000
Surplus 35,000
J. F. Plater, Pres. H. W. Hellman, V.ce-Pres.
W. M, Caswell, Cashier.
Directors—l. W. Hellman, J. B. Fitter, H. W.
Hel miin, L W. Hellman, jr., W. M. Caswell.
interest paid on deposits. Money to loan on
first "BlatH. 11-1 tf
DR. CD. HARMON,
SPECIALIST
And Superannuated Physician of 40 Years'
Experience in all
CHRONIC DISEASES
The State of Texas,/
County of Tarrant, s
Before me J. E. Martin, a notary public in
and for Tarrant county, Texas, on thiß day per
sona ly appeared John T. Hayues, and who,
being b~ me duly sworn, deposes and says that
he formerly resided at Manor, Travis county,
Texas, but now temporarily stopping in Fort
Worth, Texac
Ana further deposes and says that Dr. C. D.
Harmon, Specialist, of Fort Worth, Texas, haß
recently removed a cancer from his wife's
breast measuring thirteen (13) Inches In cir
cumference, involving the entire breast, and
without the use of the knife, wMch he now
has in alcohol—after the Dr. Bye Cancer Insti
tute in Fort Worth treated her four months and
failed to remove the same.
JOHN T. H4YNEB, Sr.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this the
13th day of April, 1694.
[Seall J.E.MARTIN,
Notary Public, Tarrant County, Texas.
CATARRH, CANCERS, SYPHILIS,
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION,
DISEASES OF THE THROAT,
EYE, EAR,
Tape-worm Absolutely Removed in
Four Hours.
And all Diseases of Women successfully treated
by him.
aflge-Be sure to see him before going to Hot
Springs at his residence,
553 W, Jefferson St., Los Angeles, Gal.
Take Univeraity electric cars-get off at cor
ner of McClintock and OUn streets.
TALLY-HO
WAGONS
Manufactured
and sold by the
Enterprise Carriage Works
No. 115 N. Los Angeles st.
11-15-th u-sun-lm
A Cure That Cures.
I have cured thousands, and can
I iV I j1 t cure thonsanda more who suffer
as yon do, of Emissions, Impotency, Nervous
Debllliy, Varicocele and Shrunken Parts,
caused by self abuse, by a simple remedy which
cured me, recioe for which I will send (sealed)
FREE to any sufferer. Address, with stamp
DAVID B. EMMET, Box 870, Englewood, 111
11-17 ljr
Baker Iron Works
950 TO 960 BUENA VISTA ST.,
LOS ANQELES, - CAL.
Adjoining B.P. Grounds. Tel. 124.
GOLD AND SILVER REFINING ffi&ffit&ggl
430 South Spring street, Los Angeles, Usl.
OF LOS ANGELES.
C«plt»l atock **SP'22?
Surplus 2010,000
J. M. ELLIOTT, President.
W. G. KBROKHOFF, V.-Prea't,
FRANK A. GIBBON, Cashier,
G. B. SHAFFER, Asan Galatea,
SIP.SCTORS |
J. M. Elliott, J. D. Blcknsll,
F. Q. Story, H. Jevne.
J, D. Hooker, W. c Patterson,
Wm. G. KarckhofT.
| 08 ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATES DIPOStTOSY.
Capital *5»0,00»
I Surplus 57,«00
• Total 657,000
1 saawaatisisi
GEORGE H. BONKBRAKE President
WARKBN GILLELEN Vice-PresldaaS
c. c iiowbs casual
E. W. t'pE Assistant Cashier
directors:
George H. Bonebrake, Warren GllUlan, F. K.
Green, Chas. A. Mairiner, W. C. Brawa, A, W.
Francisco, E. F. Johnson, M. X, Allen, I. C,
Howes, aVlltl
Da WONG HIM, who hat praotloed meU.
cine In Lot Angales for 19 years, aa<3
whoae office ta at 639 Upper Main atraat, will
treat by medicine all dlaeaaei of women. Ma
and chlldran. The doctor claims that he haa
remedies that are auperlor to all othera aa a
specific for tronblea of women and men. A
trial alone will convince the alck that Dr.
Woug Bin's remedies are mot j afflctolooa than
can be prescribed. in. Wong Him is a China**
physician ot prominence and a gentleman ol
responsibility. His reputation is more than
well established, and ail persons needing his
services oan rely on his skill and ability. A
cnre la guaranteed in every oais in which a re
covery la possible. Heib medicines for sale.
DR. WONG HIM
HERB DOCTOR
889 Upper Main Street, Los Angeles.
Los Angelxs, Gal., June 17,1889.
To the Public i I have been suffering with
Biles and kidney trouble for over five Tears,
and hay* tried several remedies, but all failed
to relieve me. A short time ainoe I tried Dr.
Wong Him, 639 Upper Mam street, and I am
now wall and strong, and consider him a trst-
Olass doctor. Tours truly,
W. H. HILLYER,
285 3. Hill sr., Los Angeles, Oal
Los Anoeles, June 0,1898.
To the Public: For over five years I hays
been troubled with nervous sick headache and
liver complaint. I didn't seem i* And any hern
from the many doctors and medicines that]
tried until I tried Dr. Wong Him, 639 TJppa
Mala street lam now well. Yours truly,
MISS M. 0. BROOK.
48 H lv ton aye.. Los Angelas, Cat
TO THE PUBLIC.
Los Angeles, Cat, July 21,1894.
DR. WONG HIM, 639 Upper Main at.
Dear Sir —I take pleasure in adding my testi
mony to tho many you already have reoeived.
I Hill say that after taking your treatment for
catarrh of the head aad throat, that I am now
well, and ask you to refer to me any person
tbat may feel skeptical and I will satisfy them
as tc the efficacy of your treatment. Yours
truly, P. X. KINO,
Attorney and Notary Public,
Garyanza, CaL
LOST MANHOOD
Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored,
Celebrated English Rihzdt
KEBTIA. df^\
It is sold on a positive fLw J
tysPc*3i> «C guarantee to cure any fiP^BvSJf
wSaT/StKT form of nervoua proa-
trationor any disorder | aSsJMf
ol " tte B eulta * organs of
iHjTidfflkas either aex, causes eaJsaWS/taBS)
Before- by excessive use ot After*
Tobacco, Aloohol or Opium, or on account
of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc..
Dizziness, Convulsions, Wakefulness. Headache,
Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain, Weak
Memory, lienringDown Pains, Seminal Weakness,
Hysteria, Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhoea,
Loss of Power and Impotency, which if neglected,
may lead io premature old age and insanity.
Positively guaranteed. Price, $1.00 a box; S boats
for $5.00. Sent by mail on receiptor price. A written
puaranteo furnished with every $5.00 order received,
to refund the money if a permanent cnre ia not
effected. a?
' NERVTA MEDICINE CO., Detroit, Mioh,
For sale by OXO. H. FREEMAN (JO.. 102 North
Spring street
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