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The Criminal Jury unknown. The following aro the jurors em panels*! JOsUrday la department one of tbe superior eonrt for the present crim inal term: Thos. H. Abbott, A. B. OaMwall, D. E. Barolay, D. W. Cole. J. B. Banning. Wm. H. Cary, H. 0. Ben ton, W. T. Daltou, P. H. Bnllis, Geo. H. Frost. O. J. Baldwin, Chas. H. Gardi ner, L, A. Bailey, G. W. Green. H. J. Com, F. Gerliag, Jae. Cambell. J. M. Harmon, John C. Hiatt. W. 8. Hurl bnt, T. JT. Jean. F. D. Kieth, J. O. Lamb, J. Loosmore, E. M. Milaap. W. T. Myers, C. L Mclntyre, G. K. McQuil- F. W. Partridge. E. H. Royce. L. T. Rowley, J. L. 8. Rush, Chas. A. Robinson, Wm, O. Swan jr.. P. M. Trahn, R. H. Williams, John Webber, Leslie Williams. About 22 other per sons were excused from jury duty by Judge Smith npon proper showing. The Case Dismissed. Several days ago a San Franciscan named A. B. Bennett was arreated on a •barge of embezzling $1000 from a Mra. Anna Stalling, wbo came here with Ben nett. The ease was oalied ia Juatice Morriaon'a conrt yesterday for prelimin ary examination, bnt it was found the complaining witness had returned to San Franoiaoo. Deputy Diatrict Attor ney Jamea presented an affidavit setting forth the facta of the witness' absence, which was considered strong enough to warrant a continuance, bnt tbe conrt thought otherwise, and at once die ehsrged th* defendant. Alexander Doctor's Case. There are abont two chances to one that Alexander Docter, who got away with $3600 belonging to Mose Gunst, will be held to answer to the superior court. The preliminary examination was again taken np in Juatice Owen's court yeaterday afternoon, the principal feature being tha argument of tbe de* fondant's counsel in behalf of a motion fer dismissal. The motion was finally taken nnder advisement by Judge Osrena nntil 11 o'clock today. Should the mo tion be overruled the defenae will prob ably introduce some evidence. A Boy Burglar Arrested. Detectives Hawley and Auble yeater tay arras tad a youth named Jamea Fur gersou, who lives in Esat Loa Angelea. r ha boy is charged with burglary in iaving stolen c set of harness from anry Cooley of Pasadena. He ia one tbe boy harness thieves wbo have ■ operating axtenaively in thia city din the snrrounding oonntry. Tbe therlads of the gang are awaiting com mitment to Whittier, where Furgeraon will no doubt be aent. He will be given an examination tomorrow. A Fan Tan Player unknown. Justice Morrison sentenced a Chi nese fan ten player to 100 daya in jail yeaterday. His name is Ah Wa, and he waa eaptnred some weeka ago in a "joint" on Marchesaault atreet. The dstectlves eaptnred two other Cinna mon at the same time, bnt after remain ing in jail a couple of weeka tbey were discharged. This waa done becauae the Chinese had changed their names, and there waa no way of finding which was whioh. unknown to be Returned Today. Constable Harry Johnaon, wbo went to Tbe Needles to bring back W. H. Bueh ler, who is sentenced to 500 daya in tbe city jail, will arrive here this morning witb the prisoner. He left the desert town at 9 o'olock laat night with tbe flngitive. Buehler'e apprehension ia dus to tbe 'energies of his bondsmen, whom he at tempted to evade and thus force them to pay the amount of the bonda for which they qualified. In the Police Court. Plain Bill Jones was fined $5 in the polloe conrt yesterday for smoking opium in a Chinese den. J. Scott fell into the meshes for disturbing the peaoe, and in the same court be paid a fine of 915. The nsual number of drunk and vagrant cases were diepoaed of. Convicted of Stealing a Wheel. W. B. Bebeek, b young German who haa a penchant for stealing bicycles, pleaded guilty to ths charge of taking a wheel from Joseph Lemberger, In Jua tice Morrison's oonrt yeaterday. He will ba sentenced today. MEMORANDA. Jnat think of it t Today you can buy beautifully framed etobinga for 12, $2.25, and $2.60 at Ltchtcnberger'a art em porium, 107 North Main atreet. Take advantage of this offer and bny some thing which the whole family will ap preciate. Dr. Rebecca Lea Dorsey, Stimaon blook, first floor, rooms 129, 130, 141. Special attention given to obatetrical aasaa and all diseases of women and children. Eleetrieity scientifically naed. Cenanltation hours, 1 to 5. Tel. 1227. S. Oonradi, jeweler and watchmaker, 113 8. Spring street, makes a specialty of fine watoh and jewelry repairing, diamond setting; an elegant line of opti cal goods; a fine stock of watchea and jewelry always on hand. L. 8. Seaman, attorney-at-law (for merly police jndge), has resumed the practiceof law. Offices 4, 6 and 6, Allen blook, oorner of Spring and Temple. Tel. 099. Adams Bros., dentists, 2398. Spring ■t Painless filling and extracting. Beat ae'ta of taath from $6 to $10. Hours: 8 to 5; Sundays, 10 to 12. Matbnahek and the Briggs sweet tone ■isnos for sale and to rent at No. 118 Winston street. A. G. Gardner, prac tical piano tuner. Dr. W. H. Ward, Mueller blook, Fifth •nd Broadway, roome 24 and 25. Rea.. 1083 Flower st. Tel., office 1421; res. 116. Dr. E. J. Hadfield, of Philadelphia, surgeon and phyaician ; office Bradbury bldg., tel. 125; res. 539 Olive, tel. 1108. Tbe Advance Davis sewing machine ia tbe best, Office, 128 South Main atreet. Sharp A Samson,funeral directors (in dependent), 536 8. Spring et.; tel. 1029. Sewing machines, in good working order, for $6each. 128 South Main at. All kinds of sewing machinea to rent; 128 South Main street. Insure with A. C. Goleb, 147 South Broadway. Rooms $2 a weekend up. U. 8. hotel. Photos, any sise, $1. Pl>z> Gallery, j Fitigerald, house and sign painter, 222 Franklin; talphone 1449. Low prioea. DrinkSbesta Water, Woollaoott. agent New Suits. Isaac Wolff yesterday brought suit against A. Lovitoh for $5000 for falae im prisonment. Sophia Brssnahan saed Bland R. Mills et al. to quiet title to some land in Pomona. J. P, and Olara B. Huntley petition ed to be permitted to adopt Evaugeliae Wilson, a miaor orphan. J. M. Rice sued Frank Wilaon and others for $55.10 on a mechanic's lien. 9. M. Perry, guardian of Walter O. Howe, a minor, snsd J. Parkhnrst, ad ministratrix of the estate oi D. L. Park hurst, dseeaaed, for an accounting of the property of the minor. Durham,Corrigan & Hayden Company sued T. P, Bruce on a promisaory note for $600. Harper A Reynolds Oompany sued Moasly E. Spinks and others ior $221.88, etc., on a mechanic's lien. Franoea MeLellan sued Wilson Mo- Letlan for a divorce on tbe ground of failure to provide. Magician Herrman Coming. Tbe sale of seats for the engagement of Herrmann, the eminent preatidigi tatenr and mystifier, commences today at the Los Angeles theater. Herrmann performs, five nights of next week, and will preaent a Saturday matinee, at whioh a programme of speoial interest will be given for ladies and obildren. Samuel Freedman, Herrmann's advance representative, is in the city, and al ready tbe bill boards and windows are partaking of an appearance of the great conjurer. The names ot Herrmann's marvels which he will present here are Tbe Artist's Dream, Noah's Ark, The Columbian Transformation and The Asiatic Trnnk Mystery. Mme. Herr mann, a beautiful woman, will appear in her latest spectaonlar dance creations, with whioh she is at pre aent fascinating San Francisoo. The Shot Was an Accident. Some weeka ago Mary Lillard, a 9-year-old girl whoasparsnts live aouth of the city, was accidentally shot in the eye by either Jnliua Kohler or a Mr. Hammer, who were out hunting. Both men were arreated on complaint of the child's grandfather, 8. M. Davidaon, who resides at 1f"56 Pearl atreet. In the juatice court yesterday both men were discharged, there being no evidence whatever to show tbat malicious intent caused tbe injury. On Trial for Murder. The trial waa begun yeaterday in de partment one of the superior court of Gaapar Valuenzuela, who ehot and killed Joee Oorea on Boyle Heights on the evening of September 24th of laat year. A jury waa secured without very much difficulty, but the trial is not progreeaing very faat. A couple of wit nesses to tbe murder testified for the prosecution. The case will be roeurred thia morning. A Knife Wielder in Jail. Mix Otto, in bia attempt to ran tbe little town oi San Fernando to Bait hia own whima, got himself into > peck of trouble. He eerioualy stabbed 0. D. Back Wednesday afternoon, and yes ter day Constable Lopez of tbat place lodged the knife wielder in tbe connty jail on a charge of aeeault to commit murder. He will remain in jail pending the out come of hia victim's injuries. The Supervisors. The petition of the people of Garvanza and Highland Park aaking the board of eupervisors to regulate the water rate of the Clear Springs Water company was set fer hearing March 21st. LOCAL MENTION. Tbe Caaaaaa band ia coming. The finest eastern maple bowling alleys at 222 Sooth Broadway. Liie reading, $1; eatiefaction guaran teed. Fanny Green, 144 S. Main, room 3. Tbe flower of the hear, azaleaa in bloom, at Lyon & Cobbe'a, 440 S. Broad way. The greatett citrus fair ever held in the state will take place in Hazard's pavilion February 28th, for 10 days. Tidea will be unuauolly low February oth, 7th and Btb. Shells in greateat abundance and variety at Terminal island. Take Terminal railway. Santa Catallna island steamer con nects daily, except Snnday, at San Pe dro with Southern Pacific company's train leaving Arcade depot at 12:55 p. m. On account of the teachera' excursion to Mount Lowe on Saturday, the meet ing of the Loa Angeles County Educa tional association act for tbat day haa been poalponed for one week. Tbere are undelivered telegrams at tbe Weetern Union Telegraph office, corner First and Spring streets, Febru ary 7th, for Ed Van Hoaton, William C. Fiah, M. J. O'Farrell. Dr. S. W. Fish, O. G. Wiliiama, E. M. Holt, Henry Kraoke. FAULTY INFORMATION. A Bad Oaaa of Abicot Mloriedness Ex isted la the Offlca. W. D. Davenport waa brought before Judge Olark yeaterday on a writ of habeas corpus. Hia hiatory ia some what peculiar. He waa arrested laat year, for burglary, and being examined by Juatice Auatin, was beld to answer. Tbe information filed by the district attorney charged Daven port with grand larceny and it waa Quashed by Judge Smith. Then tbe district attorney's office made another try at it and tiled an information accus ing tbe priaoner of grand larceny, bnt it did not bear the aignatnre of the county official. Another quashed information waa tbe result. Finally Davenport was again exam ined, this lime before Justice Bartholo mew, in December, and held to answer for grand larceny. He sought to be die charged on the ground tbat tbere was no probable cauae for the incarceration, in that the laat information tiled against him accused him of grand larceny,when aa a matter of faot the property alleged to have been stolen by bim was only valued at $40. Tbe caae wae taken un der adviaement. To Twach Hypnotism. St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 7.—The Phychi cal society, of this city, organized for the purpose of teaching bypnotiam, hae been brought to tbe notice of the police by tbe complaint of Mre. Ella Oburohill that ber eon, after being hypnotized a number of times at the meetings of the society, is losing his mind at a result. XOS ANGTSLE3 'HERALDJ FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8. 1895. SOCIETY. Mm. E. F. Clark entertained 1b • Tory novel and delightful manner at her borne on Weet Twenty-third itreet yea terday afternoon. The hoase wai ef fectively decorated. The drawing roome wero made bright and attractive with pink earnationa of different shades, and in the hall graceful etrandi of emilax aud yellow marguerite! were artistically arranged The gneati were invited to a "recognition party," and reqneeted to bring a photograph of theniaelvei at the ago of 17 or nnder. The one guessing the greateat number of thoae waa given the firat prize. Tbe ecore carda were of roogh paper and decorated in gold, tha artiatio work of little Miaa Clark. Mra. Clark waa assisted in receiving by Mre. Hoaa Clark, Mra. O, A. Churchill and Mra. Richard Mercer. Delicions re freshments were served on email tablet in tbe drawing room. There were eonveniri for each gaest, made of bolting cloth mounted on white satin ribbon and decorated In pea and ink, the design being a little dude looking through a spyglass at tbe foil moon, and in the corner the words, "re sult, recognition.'' The three prixea were, first, handsome cream jng, won by Mra. N. fStoweil; second, china pin tray, drairn for and won by Mra. Evans; third, coalport cup and sancer, also drawn for. and won by Mrs. T. A. Mont gomery. The gnests were: Mmes. K. H. Mer cer, W. L. Graves, L. W. Blinn, G. A. Montgomery, F. 8. Teed, W. D. Lerra bee, G. 8. Cole, H. M. Sale, John Wig more, C. Prager, J. F. Waterman, J. Ross Clark, W. C. Read. J. H. Braly, F. K. Ainawortb. O. H. Churchill, J. M. C. Marble, M- Hammond, G. U. Wig more, M. K. Evans, W. D. Woolwine, D. Jndd, W. Day, H. H. Dacheul, F. Bosbyshell, White, Spencer, Henry Williams, W. H. De Witt, E. C. Boaby shell, W. C. Brown, Madison Stewart, N. Blowell. LUNCHEON AT MRS. VOSBCRa's. Mre. John S. Vosburg entertained very oharmingly with a luncheon in her home an Figueroa atreet yesterday. Abont the dining room were coffee blos soms beautifnlly arranged; in the cen ter of the long table was a large cut glass bowl holding cluster! of fragrant mignonette, and scattered with a care leaa grace over the table were purple and white violeta and maiden-bair fern. Tbe place carda were plain white aqnare carde. In tbe corner of each was a blue print of aome point of intereat in Oali fornia, under this waa a quotation from Shakespeare or Byron. Those who en joyed Mrs. Voabnrg'a hospitality were Meadamea E. B. Millar, Henry N'ewhall, Hagh W. Vail, William F. Bishop, Hugh Maoneil, Godfrey Holterboff. T. A. Lewie, J. S. Slaueon, Judge MoKin> ley; Misses E. W. Alden, Marian Patter eon, Carrie Waddilove and Klokke. MR. AND MRS, GUY ROSE RETURX. Mr. Ouy Rose, the well known artist, who haa been ataying in France for the paat three years, returned to Los An. gelea yeaterday, surprising many of his frienda by bringing home with him a bride. Mr. Rose and Miss Ethel Bard man of Providence, R. 1., were married on the third of last month at Paris, Franoe. Mra. Rose la aleo an artist and met her hueband while on a tour through Italy. Mr. and Mra. Roae will spend a few months with hia parents, Hon. and Mra. L, J. Roae, at their home on Grand avenne, when they will return lo New York Oity where Mr. Roae will take charge of the art institute. Mr. Roae's future ia full of promise and very flatter ing, hia reputation aa an artist being fully eßtabliebed, WEKT END SOCIAL DANCE. The Weat End Social club gave a very pleasant dance at their hall on West Pico street last Monday evening. The hall was tastefully decorated. Re freahmenta were served during the evening. Among thoae present were: Mr. and Mre. Girvin, Mr. and Mrs. Lapp, Mr. and Mra. Scott, Mr. and Mra, Howard, Mr. and Mra. McCann, Mr. and Mra, Abel, Mr. and Mra. Courtney, Mr. and Mra. Terrill, Mr. and Mra. Simmona; Meadames Bailey, McOonnell and Mel ius; Miases McElfreah, Terrill, Saakind, Sspulveda, Fitzpatriok. Reahaw. Mc- Cann, Bailey,Winston, Ferowias, Oberia, Melius; Meaars Woodworth, Ewing, Ollivarea, Hapgood, White, Sholte, Wintera, Myers, Pierooon, Howell, Tbomaa, McElfreah, Melius, Rydall, Fitzpatrick, MoAnany, J. ,'McOsnn, F. McCann, L. S. Scott. HERE AND THERE. Col. J. 0. Chandler, United States army, and Mre. Chandler are located at 929 South Pearl street, and for the pres ent will make Loe Angeles their home. Mrs. W. H. Obevera and Mias Wright of Ogden are visiting tbeir sister, Mrs. J. T. Houx of 1508 Ingraham street. Death or Grant Haalett. Grant Haalett, a young man who haa resided in Los Angelea for several montha past, died at tbe home of Mrs. F. D. Black on Spring atreet yesterday morning of neuralgia of this heart. Young Haalett, ainoe his advent in Loa Angeles, made many frienda by bia modeat disposition and excellent traita of character. He was born in Alleghany, Pa., 33 yeara ago and waa well and favor ably known in Columbua, 0., and St. Louis, Mo., where he lived many yeare, Hia remsina will be aent eaat to Pitta burg, Pa., to the home of hia bereaved mother tomorrow, where they will be interred. During hia last houra he waa attended by Mr. and Mra. F. D. Black, who adminiatered all of the comforts poaeible and wbo attended the laat aad rites of the deceased. America Leads the World. Just so with the Great kerican Importing Tea Co.'s TEAS COFFEES • SPICES CROCKERY CHINA GLASSWARE They lead all Others for SUPERIOR QUALITY LOWEST PRICES Handsome Presents T} nnn rA 111 Given Away 10 All 135 NORTH MAIN, 351 SOUTH SPRING, LOSANQELEB of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSOLUTELY PPJRE IN FOR REFORM. Mayor Radar Disapproves a Requisition for Oity Work. At the lait session of the city connoil Oity Clerk Lnekenbach was anthorized to bave the driveway to the city hall re laid with concrete paving. The requisi tion was yeaterday returned without the mayor's approval, on the ground that it did not name the probable cost of the contemplated repairs. In his veto, tbe mayor isya: "Tbe street department, I am in formed, ii now fully equipped to do con crete and aipbalt work of this natnre, and I believe it would be to tbe advent age of the city to bave thia work done by the superintendent of streets, "In thia connection, I wonld alio eog geit tbat a footwalk be constructed of tbe lame material from tbe front en trance of tho city hall, to avoid tramp ing through the mud in rainy weather." Tha Anhenier Beataurant, At 243 South Spring atreet, aeti com mercial lunch from 11 to 2 and sto 8 p.m. Fineit delicatessen alwaya on band ; alao diahei ala carts. The celebrated Anbeuier-Buich St. Lotus beer air. aye freih on tap. Charles Bauer, proprietor. You save about one-fourth trading with tbe Bed Rice Furniture Co., Nortb Main and Plaza (Old Pioo home.) JOTTINGS. Trunk! nnn Leather Goods. All atyles and varieties. Large stock always on hand, and repairing a specialty. J. O. Can ningham, -Jti S. Bprlng st. Tel. SIS, Wagner's Kimberley. Hutneri IV I ill lie r [ Hy, 158 N. Main, opposite old court house, speos arc eye-glasses a specialty. Fine watch and jewetry repairing. Also diamonds and flue jewelry at lowest figures. Wagucr, the old re liable ieweler. Our Home Brew. Haler & Zobelein's lager, fresh Irom tbeir brewery, on drought in all the principal sa loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and brewery, ill Alisj street, tele phone 91. Stop Paying Rent by Building Through the Savings Fund and Bnllding So ciety of Los Angelea Monthly payments. Twelfth annual series now open. B. H. Grasett, secretary, room 103 Wilson block. First aud Spring, Mirrors, both Frenoh aud German pUte, can now be bad at a great saving on former prices French mirrors, both plalu and beveled; also Develed plates made to order. All work guar anteed. H. Raphael & Co., 410 8. Spring St. Stylish Millinery. Mrs. C. Dosch wia be found at No. 313 S Spring st.. just below Kimous hotel. Ladles see my New York spring styles. The Finest Flavored Oysters In bulk and cans, bO cents, full quarts; fine, fat and juicy. Cans, 50 cents. Discount to hotels and restaurants. Fred Hanfmau's Mott Market. Fancy Pears and Apples. Redlands oranges, best In the market Richard son, Lowry <fc Co., 109 E. First nt. TdL 1378. Dr. D. 8. Dlftenbacher, denti&t, rooms I and 5 119 ti. Spring sr., Loi Angeles. Wall paper at Eckstrom'i, 824 3. Spilng st, Wsll paper sc, 7Sc per roll. 328 8. Sprtn;. I X L. DOHHTY, Man.ge,. 1. A. CONNOTT, Bllvt DOHENY OIL CO. -3FUEL. OlLif- IN ANY QUANTITY at market prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Oar oil contains no benzine, naptha or other dangerous explosives. We furniek Maier-Zobelein Brewery, Los Angeles Cold Storage Co., Cunahy Packing; Co., and many other consumers, to whom we refer. Can be burned with any style •f burner. Telephone 1472. Wells & Offloe oor. Douglas &W. State sts. DR. TALCOTT & CO. Of New York, permanently located in Los Angeles, THE LEADING SPECIALISTS, And only Doctors in Southern California treating Diseases of |\/| jSJ Exclusively Dollar NEED BE PAID US Until We Cure You. No guarantee or Security whatever ie demanded. We trust to tho honor cf our patients to pay us when cured, aa is customary with all regular and reputable phyiiciann. We mean the above statement emphatically—lt means everybody, aud it is to show our sincerity, honesty and ability to cure tlieso diseases, of which wo make a specialty. We have the largest practice in Southern California, acquired by skill und moderate charges. Our Offices are the most elaborate and private lv the city, and you need see no oue but the doctors. Private entrance on Third street prevents publicity. We make it apart of our business to deal ia sacred confidence with our patients. SV-We havo abandoned the treatment of all dlseaaes except every form of Trlvate Weaknesses. Unnatural Secretions, Vile Habits and their effects, Blood Taints and Surgical Diseases of Men. We believe that wo thereby attain the highest possible degree of success for the speedy, thorough and per. manent oure of these peculiar cases. Our experience has taught us that medicines alone will not cure these diseases. Improvement begins at onco upon the application of our local treatment. 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 aud our opinion as to the curability of the case. Consultation, Examination and Advice absolutely Free. Cor. JVlfiirx arxcl Sts.. SPREADING THE NEWS. Th* Act 1» a Intor«. t or Railroad Man In tha Flaata. The fiesta management ia meeting with the moel cordial assistance on tbe part of tbe variona railroad men of the city in spreading the newa of tbe car nival throughout tbe eaat. Tbe trans continental linea and those eastern lines repreaented in Loi Angelea are arranging to place descriptive matter relative to the event in their local offices in the east from Salt Lake to New York, and from New Orleans to Chicago. The valne of tbeir help can scarcely be over-estimated, and Is greatly appreci ated by the committee. By this means many thousands of people wbo would not otherwise know of tbe graoions in vitation of tbe queen of the fiesta to journey west in April, will be appriaed of it. Tbe fleets managers have had prepared attractive folders, which will find their way, through the conrtesy of the railroad men, into thousands of rail way offices, north, couth and east. PERSONAL. Mrs. L. Gottig, Mibo Gottig and Mra. A. H. Weber of Ban Franciaco arrived in the oity yeaterday and are at the California. Among tbe other arrivala at the Califarnia are N. R. Gottman and D. 0. Pording of Chino. Col. and Mra. T. Wardell and hia aiater, Mra. Harry M. Ruly, and Miaa Mary Wardell of Macon, Mo., with Mr. Wilkineon and Miaa Wilkinson of Chi cago, form a party tbat arrived yeater day and are at tbe Hollenbeck. They wiil winter in Southern California. Col. Wardell ian prominent banker of Macon. Some late arrivala at the Hotel Ka mi, us are G. E, Charming, San Fran ciaco; Mr. and Mra. Solon Brigga, New York; W. M. Payne, Columbna, O.; C. A. Bowker, San Francisco, and Dr. John E. Plouf, the celebrated rheuma tism curer, of San Francisco. Orr & Patterson, luueral directors and em. baimers; fair prices, first-class wori. 147 Nortb Spring street, Telephone 65. A CORRECTION. 87,000,000 Instead of 8)700,000. Io stating tbe amount of combination life and accident insurance written by tbe Bankers' alliance during 1894, in yesterday's issue, it should have been seven millions instead of seven hundred thousand. Tbis correction is cheerfully given that The Herald's readers may know of the wonderful progress of this popular home company. Its new '95 double combination has no equal in the insurance world. Don't insure until yon figure with the company or one of ita agents. Use German Family fcoar. DIED. HASLETT—In this city, February 7, 1895, at the homo of Mrs. F. D. Klack, dOH South Spring street, Grant Haslett, a native of Al legheny, Ta., age 33 years. The remains will be embalmed and shipped to his bereaved mother at i'ittsburg, Pa. Allegheny, Pa., Pittsburg, Pa., St. Louis, Mo., and Columbus, 0., papers please copy. HENRY—C. D. Howry, the leading funeral di rector. Fifth ami Hroadway was called v Redlands yesterday to take chargo and pre pare the remains of (barles II Henry for shipment to Brooklyn. N. V., where the in terment will take place. Jj Not a Yard Long— J 9 But a Lontj Smoke! # S ALL HAVANA LONG FILLER?© ■ M A Seidenberg & Co.'s ■ lr c FIGAROS 2 5 uj -SiCIGAR if- 2 # H Each Cigar Stamped SEIDENBERG & CO. -j • • SMIGHALITaCBKE BROS. & CO., e f t rano,Bco. t m ■ ■ FRED S. COX, Representative, Room 84, Hollenbeck. 9 2w. YOUNG, nollenbeok Cigar Store. W. F. BALL, 110 North Spring atreet. a _ FEED BARMAN Ai PRO., 200 8. Spring at. O. W. WALKER, First and Main st, _ BOB'T T. BEE, Second and Main streets, B8 _ HJfhest Medals Offered in America. Onr Awards are t-e«i»*a- ■, est Awarded Any PnOteg* aw**rapher. Speaking VoiMnes for the Superiority ot the Meckel Ftioto*;ranhs. X:?y r a- 5 PHOTOGRAPHY CLOUDY WEATHERPREFERRED. 220 S. SPRING QX, Oca. Ia A. lias ter aad HoUenaMr. »*%■ DB. WHITE'S BrW I DISPENSARY DR. WHITE, tbe oldest eatabliabed specialist, baa Hr _ \ devoted more time (aa oity BR papers show) to the exclu- alve treatment of sexual and chronio diaeaßea of men and women tban any other advertising pbyei eian In thia oity. Blood and akin dia eaaea, red epota, pain in bonce, sore throat and month, blotches and erup tions of tbe ekin, nloera, painlnl swell ings, etc.; kidney and bladder diseases, frequent micturition, acalding, inflam mation, gravel, etc.; organic weakneaa, nndaveloped orgaoa, impediments to marriage, nervona debility, impaired memory, mental anziety.abeence of will power,"weak back, lost vitality, melan choly and all diseases resnlting from excesses, indiscretion or overwork, re cent or old, speedily, thoroughly and permanently cared, "Where shall Igo to get cured?" many a sufferer aaka, not knowing whom to trust. Go where thoueanda of others have gone and be restored to perfect health, the comforts of home and tbe enjoyment of society— to Dr. White's old-established office, lo cated eight years in Loa Angeles. All lingering chronio diseaaea tbat have been neglected or have failed to yield to the treatment of leas skillful hands soon get well under Dr. White's auparior treatment. Patients wlabing speedy re lief and enre oure ahould consult Dr. White, whose long, extenaive exper perience enables him to apply the proper treatment at once without uaeleaa ex periments, thna saving the patient much time and expense. Office and private laboratory, 128 Nortb Main street, Loa Angelee, Cal. Out-of-town patients treated by mail and ezpreea. nothing Equals the soothing, satisfying, refreshing draughts of fragrant smoke that come from a perfect domestic cigar. It's a pleasure only found in smoking mi UPM.WS BOUQUET CIGARS Strictly Hand Made by Skilled Union Workmen. Received HIGHEST AWARD FOR MERIT over ?.ll competitors at the World's Fair, Chicago. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. AU genuine Carl ITpmann Bouquet, Cigars have a band bearing his name. No experi ment—millions made annually for past 13 years, For sale by all first-class dealers. Manufactured under FIVE SIZES . BOUQUET PETITE* SO Id a hos. BOUQUET EXTRA, AO lv a box. BOUQUET LOMIREB, SO In a. brx. BOUQUET PERFECTO. 85 In a box. BOUQUET IXVINCIBIaES, In a box. The tobacco used In manufacturing tbis famous brand is ptirchabOd by tbe world-renowned bouse of 11. Uptuann & Co.. of Havana. Cuba, and is tho iiiKhestKnidc Vuolta Abajo Brown in Cuba, it Is stripped and cured In the sun of that tropical cli mate, so essential to tho fine aroma. Then It Is packed in zinc lined cases and forwarded from liroetotlmt as needed. This does away with the process adopted by other manufacturers In tbis country of catling their tobacco in water, so detri mental to the raanufacturcof a tine cliiar. Every olgar and every box guaranteed to run uniform. ir \as, BARvrn co., los akoeles. 1» CVhol. DifUribttfor* for Sonthem Cul.* Your Last Chance To getone of those $ 1 90 lots la the NINTH-STREET TRACT, at GO CASH GO PER f O AND tipO MONTH Without Interest, Only Aye ot them left. We so d ii Monday, Carrlagi at all hours from office, BEIII-TfiOMU HOMESTEAD CO., lai WEST THIRD BT. PERRY. MOTT 4k CO.'S LUMBER YARD /AD PLANING MILL?. 186 Commercial at. Lo3 Angelea,Cat. «[ CANCER \ 1 And TUMORS posi-, J tively cured. Ho knife * . or pain. No pay until swell. Write for book of home testimonials 4 of wonderful cures— i mostly in women's breasts. lV office: 211 West First St. , | Cancer HotpiUl: 211 W. Ann IL LOS ANQILIS) CAL. j Please send this to someone with Cancer, OR SEND ME THEIR NAMES. "J When what you read li entertaining and when M. you don't hAvn to strain your ey«H in perusina: Wf it. You oan afTord to be reckless with anything V butyoureyes; you can afford to take chances m with anything bet your sight. We make alt : ■ sorts of glassed for all sorts of eyes, and for their ■ expert examination no charge Is made. You m will find in our fine stock everything to lm- f -\ prove one's eyesight in the way of glasses. PACIFIC OPriCALOO., Scientific Opticians I 107 N. Spring st. forget numb or | IF YOU WANT A HOME ' I ON EASY -TERMS f| I'leaae remember thnt it It 1K _ l L ALEXANDRE WEHLTRr>CT."V I KBJOM THB FWBINEB9 / CKNTEE; OP THE CITY. 1 jl ' j Thia tract contalna the • BEST INSTALLMENT PLAN LOTJ itJ Now lor sale in Loa Angelea I, ; SIS—GASH AND MONTHLY— * f NO INTEREST. NO INTEREST. 1 fl Lots from $225 to $950. 7 Cement Sidewalks. Oity Water. 1 > Electric Care. Good Btraetl II yon want a good residence lot in tbe CENTRAL AVENUE J J DISTRICT, ./ Get map and price lilt at our ofllce, ' L West Second St. T RICHAKD ALTSCHUL. Sole Agent. ' . t 2-8 cod > P •s Joe -Me'tn Got! lused , i Hcoo For The Same Suit o&t*\Wj |F 312 South Bprlng St., below Tbird. /j ■ See Solomon's Proverbs, Chap, ill, y. 8. W J. HORSH, M. D.. 1 M I.»te of Vfurrzbura: and Berlin. 1 LUNGS, STOMACH, BLOOD, r "A Hours 0 to 11 a.m., 2 to 1 and 7 to 8 p.as. 'V OFIICK 11* NORTH MAIN ST. ■ Scsldenee 224 South Grand ayeaflA i