Newspaper Page Text
THE LOH ANC4ELES BUSINESS COLLEGE incorporated, located at 114 s. Main at., Is the largest and best equipped Institution in southern California. It provides a thorough I usiness edu cation In the most practical wmy. Tha sliortnand department leads all competitors, and is a great success. Its department of penmanship Is con ducted by E. K. Isaacs, a teacher of national repu tation. . bay session open all the year. Xight ses aions Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights of each week, "send for catalogue. E. It. SCHBA -1)EIt, pres.; F. W. KELsEY, vice pres.; L. X. INKSKEEP. sec. | OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE. 278 S. Spring at.; the oldest, largest end tinesi equipiied commercial school in southern Califor nia; a thorough course lv < ac i omniercial bratic.ies and banking; a Superior aud successful shorthand and typewriting department and a practical Eng. Ilsh course; new college rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; electric eleva'.ors for pupils' nse; ' new furniture and appilauc.s: open all tiie year; pupils received at any time; illustrated catalogue and full Information free. G. A. HOUGH, presi dent; N. 0. FELKER, vice president. FpHROOP FOLYTECHNIcTINSTITuTE, PAS- X adena, offers manual training. Sloyd, art, litera ry, scientific, classical and normal departments. See exhibit in stimson Block, Los Angeles, or ad dress PRESIDENT C. H. KEYES, Pasadena. PRIVATE SCHOOL" FOR ~ BOYS AND young men; Bryson Block, Second and Spring. The common English branches, higher mathematics and classics. Pupils can enter at- any time. ANSKLM B. BROWN, A. M. (ol Yale.) 8 CITAR LESSONS BY NOTE; EXECUTION \JT a specialty; guaranieescholars ablotoplny In locletv in three mouths; socents a lesson. Silts, c. b. Waits, 211 w. First jo_ /"I IRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL— VX 410 W. Tenth st MISS PARSONS AND Miss PENNEN. DENTISTS . '^'I^*-Established—lSS2. DR. L. W. WELLS,—EXTRACTION PA IX less; good crowns, bndgcwork and teeth without plates n specialty. Cor. Spring and First sts., Wilson block. Telephone IMS. DAMS BROS. "itENTAI/ PARLOUS, V»\ S. Spring St.; pulnlosii extraction and lin ing; plates, «i*>. }S. 10; all work guaranteed; estab. 10years. Hours 8-5, Sundays 10-12. G"~H.~KRIECHBAI".M, DENTIST. Sl« 8. • Broadway, entrance through Westervelfs studio. Office hours, 8;*) to 12 und Ito 5. LUITWKI SEMI.EX, 1). D. B—DENTAL OF fice, room 1. 114 S. Spring st.; oliice hours, 9 to 12 and 1:30 to 5. A' LBANY DENTAL PARLORS—GERMAN- American bank building. A srt of teeth, at)! 1 best S. S. white teeth, #10 per set. DR. ~ Corner Seventh and Main streets. Telephone 1031. Dl, J, (J. HOWARD-DENTIST. ROOMS 322-323 Bradbury Block. Los Angeles, Cal. 4-7 DR. KENNEDY. DENTIST. 10-.. N. SPRING at., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Painless extraction. II RANK STEY ENS, 324 1 3 S. SPRING ST. Open suudays and evenings: electric light. Irl R. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, CALIFOR ' . nla Bank building. JJR. TUCKER, DENTIST, 120!; 8. Spring st. ~EXCJJRSIONS^ J EXCURSIONS TO THK BAST—THE FA- U vortte personally conducted excursions of the Santa Fe route leave Los Angeles every Thursday morning at 7 o'clock; Pullman upholstered sleep ing cars run without change Los Angeles vo Chi cago, Kansas cltj-, St. Louis and St. Paul, with an annex car to Boston: the great point to rememher Is that yo.i can save at the very least one full day's travel by traveling on the last train of tbe Santa Fe route: attentive conductors accompany the parties through; berths reservedatid more de tailed information obtained at the company's of fice, 12i> N. Spring St.. Los Angeles, or through any agent of the Southern California Railway. BURLINGTON ROUTE EXCURSIONS, PER sonally conducted, leave Los Angeles every Wednesday via Southern Pacific, Denver and Rio Grande and Burlington route lor Chicago, Xew York, Boston and other ca tern points, upholster ed tourist cars with all conveniences. See any Southern Pacific agent or write to T, H. DUZAX, 222 S. Spring St.. Los Angeles. Cal. JUDSON'S "POPULAR EXCURSION S-- Every Monday over the Rio Grande Western and Denver and Rio Orande railways; scenic route; personally conducted; newly upholstered cars through to Chicago, New York and .80-ton. Finest equipment, best service, quick time. Office, 212 S. Spring Bt. "PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY" CONDUCTED excursions,via the Rio Grande and Rock Island routes, leave Los Angeles e\ i ry Tuesday, i-r0... the Sierra Nevadas. and pass the entire Rio Orande scenery by daylight. Also via the Southern route every Thursday. One ■■. l■> y.. >pi In;, MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY. MISS LILY—LATE FROM PARIS, GIVES scientific massage; hnhd-ruhhthg, alcohol and perlumed baths; attendants. Parlor is, 142 s. Main St. ASSAGE AND E LE< TRIC] I'Y TREAT ment; Turkish, Russian and electric baths In cabinets. L. B. LARsEX, ;Hl', s. Spring. 4-s MUM. DE UREY—MASSAGE WD ELICcI trlcity baths. Graduate Masseuse. 31o' 1-2 S. Spring st. MRS." Dr7*KVAN'S - - TIIE Wi >NDERFUL magnetic healer Is now nt 142 1-2 X. Main St., room 11. 2-21 lm Ttr ISS DARRE LL OF BOSTON~FI R ST-< ILASS -IVI. massage treatment, room 11, K&li S. Spring. 4-8 \rERA CLAIR — MASSAGE MAGNETIC treatment; vapor baths; 220 W. First., room 13. MASSAGE; JJL. electro-magu. tic treatment; 410 1-2 S. Spring. LOLA LIVINGSTON, 138); N." SPRING ST.. Room 3, alcoholic baths and massage. 4-7 MISS BIRDIE HOWARD, 133'; N, SPRING si., room 11; alcohol Imlhs, 4-0 TURKISH AND OTHER BA THS. rpURKISH AND OTHEiTbaTHS. Both departments of the Hammam have been thoroughly cleaned and refitted. Ladies' depart ment open from Ba. tn. to Bp. m. Gentlemen's department open day and night, except Sunday afternoon. We give Turkish. Russian, Sulphur, Electric, Salt, Medical and other baths. Massage given at "baths" or private homes. H. O. BUOOiiS, Proprietor. 230 South Main st ?i physicTansT^ MAN'S BODY 1S BCT A VAST FEDERA tion or living cells, Each cell In a tissue has a life of Its own; it is nourished by absorbing what U needs'from the nutritive fluids around It. Do you suffer from defective alimentation or nutri tion V See a Diagnostician—Dr. PILKINGTON, 440.'„ S. Spring st. 10 MRS. OR. J. HTSMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD wlfery. Ladies cared for during confine ment at 727 Bellevue aye. Calls promptly attended to. Tel. 1119. DX. KW6NO, THFTeMIXENT ChTxKSK physician and surgeon. Oflice, 113.'; south Broadway. DR. GOMEZ. FACULTY OF MADRID; DIS-" eases of women a specialty. 346 S. Broadway. DR. W. C CLARK^—f'HRONIC DISEASES A specially. Wilson Blk.. room 33:j. 20 BICYCLES R" AMBLER BICYCLES. 427 K. Spring st. 2-20 I m BICYCLE. BUGGY AND 1.1 VERY —E. MOAT. Business removed I" -22 i:. s.m ond st. CONTRACTORS CIONRAD si IHERER GRANITE BITUW IN . oils and asphalt paving. 237 W. First si. Note of Thanks luuDiDicro oi i_nariiyoi tne i>os An geles Orphan Asylum teiuler their heart felt thanks to the California Citrus Fair Association for kind invitation to the orphans. The courteoos attentions of the superintendent and managers to have the children enjoy the full benefit of their visit, and the thoughtful care to secure for them free travel from Boyle Heights to the city, which was generously granted by the superintendent of the Cable Kail way, are deserving of the most grateful appreciation on the part of the Sisters and children. Wilson's Forgeries Martin Wilson will be examined tomor row afternoon in the township justice court on the charge of forgery. He i s a ... cused of having passed a check for Jul', drawn on the Firs National bank and purporting to be signed by Jamers Hardy, upon M. Bcbweng, a grocer of filu Temple street, on the (ith int. Other charges of forgery will be brought against the man. In default of bail iv the sum of $1000 ho was put in jail. A Household Treasure. D. W. Fuller of Canajoharie, X. V.. ssvs that be always keeps Ur. King's New Ulseovery l(i bis boi.se and his family lins lounil the be*! results follow its U«e| tlint he nonld not be without it, if |>:Deniable, li. A. iJykeman, druggist, i ntskili, .v V., says that Ur. King's New Discovery is undoubted!!- the best Cough remedy; that he has used It in bis family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that Is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested? Trial bottles ut C. 1". Heinzeinau's. Sii North Main street. Large •Ue, 30e and $1. Wall paper liouse of the coast, 328 S. Spring HUTCHISON STILL KICKS He Now Has Something to Say of the Art of Teaching PLATITUDES AND PEDAGOGY A Somewhat Iconoclastic View of School men's Duties The Matter Was Looked Upon as Heterodox by a School Magazine Editor The Correspondence To the Editor of The Herald:—ln order to show something of the depth, bread til, height and other possible dimensions of some things appertaining to education and educational journals hereabouts, I submit the enclosed article und corre spondence relating thereto. Some time ago, at the urgent request of the editor of the Normal School Exponent, published by the Normal School in this city, I sent that journal an article on teaching. When first approached on the subject, I informed the editor that my views on teaching were not popular among Normal School people. He persisted, however, and stated that something pun gent would be very acceptable. I sent him the following article. That and the cor respondence are self-explanatory. The paper read before the teachers of Los Angeles city in April, 1804, is as fol low.-: "in these modern, and what are sometimes called degenerate days we are prone to have many talks on teaching. Every teacher lias bis method, and every person who never did teach has half a dozen methods infallible in every detail. Yet, as if with a presentiment that nobody else could be induced to adopt his method; no matter how much exploited, each per son neglects to take out a patent thereon. There are hundreds of journals called mediums of aids, methods and devices. There are even a few persons with aids, methods and devices, shams and delusions, makeshifts and dodges. I, who never did believe much in aids and devices, bave lost the little faith I had in them and have come to believe in a very different thing. I have even begun to object to the word teacher as altogether mislead ing, and therefore inappropriate to our calling and to ourselves. • "The world seems to look to teachers as to masters of mysteries, as to alchemists who are to transmute a few abstract facts and a very little brain matter into boys and girls of genius, of producing capacity that shall astonish the generations that are yet lo come. "1 object to the word teacher for sev eral reasons, the chief of which is the growing belief that one person can mould the mind of another by making a variety erf sounds with the organs of speech, or with the aid of black marks on paper. I object to Webster's definition of the word teach. According to him, to teach is to impart knowledge of, to give intelligence concerning, to inculcate as true, to tell; and lastly, and apparently least of all, to show. "Webster calls knowledge clear and cer tain apprehension of, cognition, cogniz ance. To inculcate is to teach by fre quent admonition. A teacher is one who imparts knowledge to another; that is, one who imparts a clear and certain ap prehension to another. So says Noah Webster. "I object to all tbis as false, misleading, and puerile. The idea that knowledge can be imparted to anyone by anyone is absurd. It knowledge could be imparted a teacher would be but a n< gative with which to print so many pictures, in so many days at so much per day, and child ren would be no better than copying paper, or prepared films. "A fairy tale may be told, but a fairy tale is not knowledge. Ideas may be called up before the mind ; the imagina tion may be excited, but the result of such excitement is not knowledge. I b lieve it to be true that, if there be any such thing as knowledge, which I really doubt as I doubt the existence of evil, such knowl edge can come from a comparison of ideas already in the mind and in no other way. With the possible exception of mathe matical work, I prefer to call the result of all instruction by the name of opinion. The world pretends to have a contempt for those who borrow opinions. If a teacher be one who imparts knowledge to another, he is without doubt a conveyor of opinions also, men are agreed that opinions result from comparison ot ideas and that ideas result from sense impressions. Opinions vary as sense impressions vary, and sense im pressions vary as the senses and causes of sensation shift and change and vacillate. For all this I am at a total loss for any means of knowing anything. I am also ut a total loss for any reason why finite creatures should know anything, save that they are and, perhaps, that they are in finite. There may or may not" be abso lute truth. Perhaps things are for us as they seem to us. It seems absolutely true that we are; whether we always were we know not. It seems to me that Christ said: 'Before Adam was to me, I am, and I am the beginning and the end, to me.' "I regard each man and each woman as a universe of planetary thoughts, peo pled with Infinite ideas which may come in sight of others, but which may never clash with tbem. As an evidence' of this individuality and utterly lonely and hope less isolation I offer the following: No teacher or parent can say of any child, 'this child will do so and so,' or r give me a child and I will train him so,' or 'that child knows this and can do this.' No man can say, 'if trained so, this child will be a poet, tlie other will be an orator,' or 'if taught so, this child will believe so.' "Think of all the myriads who have said: T will moke my son to be the thing I have so longed to be. I wiil give him the fruit of all my toil and experience; he shall start from the middle round of the ladder, where 1 now am, after all these years of patience, ami toil aud misery.' And the son started from the bottom of tie ladder and went his own way always. It is well that it is so. Parents are not teachers; we are not teachers ;we arc but im perfect demonstrators of things us they appear to us, or of what seem to us to be things, entities, realities. "The children may look where we point and see nothing. Perhaps nothing is there. We may but dream, and should not lie angry if the spirits we have called up are invisible to other eyes. It may be that the things one seems to see are realities, and that the children haye no motive for looking closely where we point. "It seems to me that we spend too much time trying to point out abstract facts to concrete children. We live in a land where motives are little noticed in con nection with education; where children have the greatest liberty consistent with their parents' ability "to provide for them, and where many children are absolute monarchs " of the homes they condescend to survey at meal time, or when the rain drives tlieni out of the street. Every few years we humbly entreat our boys and girls to stamp im provement on the wings of time, or kindly Inform them that the early bird catches the worm. "We never take the trouble to inform them that the stamping is to make time .1 more attractive bird with decorated wing-, or that the early worm is more palatable than the belated crawler. We hope they will do something in the world, but we hesitat to tell them or compel them to begin a certain kind of work at once for fear we do not know whether nature labeled parts of their brains with the words doctor, lawyer, preacher, teacher, farmer, artist, musician, etc. If onr pro found insight which enables us to look through some skulls permits us to de LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING* MARCH 10, 1895. ■ Not a Yard Long - • pa But a Long Smoke! # J ALL HAVANA LONG FILLER! 2 2 Seiden berg & Co.'s 5 IP FIGAROS : 5(1 :=: CIGAR :=: ■ • Each Cigar Stamped SEIDENBERG & CO. J ! S MICHfILITSCHKE BROS. I CO., SL?3£«»«». 8 m ■) & FRED S. COX, Representative, Room H Hollenbeck. 6 ■ . 5 W. YOUNG, Hollenbeck CUar Store. W. F. BALL, 110 North Spring street, W £H FRED BARMAN & BRO., 200 8. Spring St. G. W. WALKER, First »nd Main sL H ROB'T T. SEE, Second and Main streots. m ■ PHRIS. NEW YORK, SHN FRANCISCO. VILLE do fI^PARIS. PIONEER BROADWAY DRY GOODS HOUSE POTOMKC BLOCK. 223 S. BRGKDSniHY. NOVELTIES Arriving Daily rmiftW lirni/UfPiin New chiffon jabots, ostrich feather collarettes, rum V NN KnrflW Swiss blouse fronts, linen chemisettes, four-in- I flllU I I'LUilflLffll hand ties and ready made bows. 8 l\ Lr al Paris in cream and black, new lace collars; also m*w • 5Q new shades of chifforii nnrnfl Tl"il ll ll IMflO New i et Si mp s, bands, passementerie, Van Dyke Ho IHIMHii sfcas.** **» a - d fllllnT llfillOTO The latest fashionable models, full, high puffed \lllwl W !11 \I \ * * sleeves, soft bodies, stiff collars and cuffs, made Oil lit I liniOlO of percale, chevoit, penang and batiste. 90c, $1.25 and $1.50 Upwards. Goods Delivered Free in Pasadena. VpOnJCn Jt f/v Mail Orders Promptly Solicited. VJ c V aU *\}J I Ei\ Ot VU» Telephone 893. 223 SOUTH BROADWAY. cipher any particular word on a lobe of the brain: as. for instance, the word musician, we often injure our eyes trying to decipher the scrawl beneath, wnich seems to be pianist, or cornist, or vio linist, or anjuiet. "Nature, in thus fitting n kink in each brain and adapting all the balance of tho bruin to the bent of the kink, has been thoughtful, indeed 1 Without the aid of the wise men we would never have dis covered that a part of the human brain was intended irom all eternity to fit the fiddle bow, or piano keys, or medicine, or divinity, -or teaching school, or selling peanuts. Nor could we have seen h w fortunate we are to have had inventors precede us, so that all sorts of kinks may have their peculiar instruments prepared for them. "For thousands of years, the blind world had supposed thst the mental power would be usetul ii applied in any direc tion. It is now shown that we must see the bent of the kink and follow it. "We perceive that it is best to let chil dren grow to manhood or womanhood without any bias in favor of any particu lar calling, that they may choose anything or nothing freely and ignorantly. We seem to know also that children under thirty years of age should not do much regular mental work, or be curbed in any way; just as garden vegetables should be left to struggle among the weeds for sev eral months before they are cultivated. We seem to have discovered not only that ideas can be transferred perfectly formed to the minds of children, but that we can teach them how to think in order to survey realms beautiful and opulent our selves have not cared to explore. Our text books on rhetoric even undertake to teach how to invent. How we do pile ab surdity upon absurdity! "At anotiier time I hope to have an op portunity to show you why I consider that chifdren of every grade should have proper motive for study, and that topics, time, manner, text books, teachers and all other costly trapping! are of compara tively little importance either as aids or hindrances to real students with good motives. Edward Hutchinson" To this was appended, presumably by the editor by way of comment, the follow ing: "While we"cannot indorse all that Mr. Hutchinson has said, we admire the bold and fearless stand he has taken, the vigorous and novel way in which he ex presses himself, and we hope his incono clastic views will lead to renewed and re doubled efforts to arrive at the clear, the real and unmistakable truth." The fol lowing letter was enclosed with the re turned article. State Norm al School, Jan. 15, 1895. Edward Hutchison, Principal seventh street School: Dear Sir:-After a careful aud thorough reading of your article, Tne le.cher, we are unable to see what you wish to prove by it. Many of tho statements seem to us contradic tory. You assert certain thines but fail to maintain tbem by logical, convincing argu ment. We believe, Mr. Hutchison, that you, as a teacher, could not or would not care to subscribe to this article. We regret, after mv i me a contribution, to be forced to reject it, but it is our aim to print nothing but thor oughly sound and accepted pedagogical doc trine. Respectfully, professional Editor Exponent. To this remarkable epistle I replied as follows: Professional Editor Exponent :— Your let ter enclosed with ray article on teaching is received. Allow me to bay that your remark able style ol addressing that letter, when you had my printed address on every page of the manuscript, was worthy of one who took a mouth to And out whether he wanted to use the article or not; of one who appended a note of commendation to the article then veered about and wrote a letter of condem nation and forgot to erase the eulogistic script. You assume that I would not care to "sub scribe to that article." , Did yo;i notice that I did subscribe to it as plainly ns possible, and that 1 read it befjre a convention or 1' of city teachers? Did > vonrsell had written quite a r by way of advice nnd rejectio t the manliness to sign your ns .personal letter? You aver that you will print nothing but thoroughly sound and accepted pedagogical doctrine. You do not say who is to be the judge or acceptor. Not being a worshiper of the ruts that other people have fallen into, I thank you for your involuntary proof of what I told you when you asked mo to wiite for the Normal Exponent. You want, not truth, but moss-covered plati tude. Not having lived anybody else's life, I claim the right to think for myself aud to accept any truth I find. If I am proud of anything, it is of the fact that my opponents are just a; they are. Yours truly, Edward Hutchison. B*6 Lyon st eet. WHERE EXAMINATION r+ p* a AND CONSULTATION IS X KC< C • And honest, intelligent treatment and reasonable prices are given. Private Diseases of Men, Such as Stricture, Syphilis, Gleet, Gonor rhoea, Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Lost Manhood, Night Emissions Decayed Faculties, etc., etc., cured by the OLDEST and most SUCCESSFUL specialist on the Coast. NERVOUS, CHRONIC. Kidney, Bladder, Blood and Skin Diseases Successfully treated and quickly cured. LUNGS AND HEART. Our SPECIAL SURUEON. recently from the largest Chicago hospital (diplomas and certifl ca es to Lo seen at office), has made diseases of the heart and lungs a life study. Successful treatment by the latest methods. DIAGNOSIS made by the aid of the microscope. CATARRH. £tfOur Catarrh Specialist is CURING Aa**-more cases of Catarrh than all the £ m T~Te>t of the catarrh specialists In glif the city. CURE UUARANTEEIA HOME TREHTWENT. If you cannot call write for instructions for home treatment. DISEASES OF WOfIEN. A special department devoted exclusively to the treatment of all female diseases. CALLS made in all parts ol the city. Consultation and Examination FREE. OFFICE HOURS: oto 5 and 7to 8. Sunday 10 to is. rjA | S. HAIN ST., 1 Rooms 1, 3, 5 & 7. fSnPOiHTERS! mm* ■■MWgfloMSl Identify rourpslf with hunlm-it., curd. MsTjwWr jMlfflFPl&ln ■ rlfi*«Mr*ii.»'d Mtum.K'd . ISejWaa pTWUvelotv*- fur vulukMc hiiorniati.iu r. IEeSSSSAm*"" nn ll. p 'l UAIGHT OUIMiy '' ' <orre.pomlein.-o (unSdont'ul X / llllAt-O. ILL What Dr. A. J. Shores' $5 Offer Means. Many Persons Do Not Fully Un derstand It and It Is Once Again Explained for Their Benefit. A great many people have written to Dr. Shores, asking him to fully explain the meaning of the $5.00 rate for all dis eases. Many imagine that the charge is 16.00 for every disease you may have. To all these communications Dr. Shores will answer through the columns of the daily press. Dr. A. J. Shores means that to all pa tients who apply during the month of March will be treated until cured for $5.00 a month and medicines furnished to you free. To explain further, $5.00 is all the money you need for one full month's treatment, care, advice and medicines until cured, so if you may be so unfortun ate as to be suffering from catarrh, asth ma and kidney trouble, you nre treated for all of these at the very low fee of $5.00. We hope this will be fully understood by those who were in doubt as to the exact meaning of the offer, as it is always a rule with Dr. Shores to in no way mi are pre sent to the public. He has from time to time exposed a class of sharks that do, aad as the public are well aware, they have left the city or withdrew their de ceiving announcements. It 11 HI. In the way of a recommendation from people who are well known, there is hard ly a man in Southern California who is not acquainted with or heard of Mr. B. Guirado of Los Nittos. Ever sincj 1866 Mr. Guirado has been in business. He is one of the old pioneers and his word is his bond with all who know him. A reporter, in speaking with Mr. Gui rado the other day, the following was ob tained : "Mr. Guirado, you are treating with Dr. Shores, I believe." "Yes, sir." "What was your trouble?" "I had a severe case of bronchitis." "Did Dr. Shores do you any good?" "Indeed he has. lam much better and gained in weight during the treatment." "Would you be willing to publicly rec ommend Dr. A. .f. Shores' treatment?" "Yes, sir, I would only be too glad." "Why, Mr. Guirardoi do you say you would "be glad to?" "Because one go#d turn deserves an other, and as I have confidence in Dr. Shores' treatment I know that mv friends will believe in him, too, when I say he has been so successful in my ease." Mr. Guirado resides at l.os Nietos. Write him and find out for yourself. The above was the conversation that took place between Mr. Guirado and your corres pon lent, and goes to prove that people appreciate Dr. Shores in his successful treatment of catarrh and chronic diseases. EMINENT mml EUROPEAN fflti C.I.SCHULTZ St CO.. PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT 120 North Main Street, HELLMAN BLOCK. LQS ANGELES, CAL.. where they design to cure and treat all medical and surgical diseases ot botn sexes, especially the affections of a pri vate nature, diseases of all raucous membranes, catarrh, inflamed tonsils, sore throat, etc. In digestion, dyspepsia catarrh of tlie stomach, cancer in stomach and lungs, or any affections pertaining to the lungs, bronchial tubes, as thma, hay fevers, etc., speedily and perman ently cured by our n~w system of Inhalation of compound-medicated vapors. Rupture, tumors, cancer In all forms, varicocele, hydro cele and rectal troubles cured and treated without the use of a knife or nostrums or de tention from business, no matter what your case Is or who failed to cure you or how long standing, tllfe well-known European specialists wi 1 forfeit Klve Hundred Dollars (#500) for any case taken under their new remedies which fails to cure in all such diseases. Special attention given to all chronic Inflammations, discharges, Irregularities in diseases of wo men, liver, kidn y and bladder troubles, cystltoe, paralysis, calculia vesicae, gravel aud stone in the bladder, orchitis et epididy mitis, sernlna weakness night loSf.es, loss of sexual power.sexual debility, etc , restored by our new remedies in a short time bkin diseases, svphilis.sc ofula, fevers,erysipelas, pemphium psoriasis, old veers, etc, promptly eradicated, without the use of mercury, used by the so called great blowerAmericnn specialists. Pri vate diseases, blenorroea urethrerae. gon norrhoea, gleet, stricture, cured in a very short time. Come and get cured from your trouble. Our charges are low. RUPTURE Children Cured in 10 to 14 days. Adults Cured in 1 to 3 months. POSITIVELY No Operation* No Pain, No Danger, No Detention from Business, No Pay Until Cured, Consultation Free. Dr. A. L. DeSOUCHET, Office, 155 North Spring St. HOURS: 10 a.m. to I p.ra. dally; 10 a.m. to 13 m bundays. I I IE BR Mrs. L. T. Runnells of Pico and Ver mont streets, this city, has had quite a severe affection of the eyes. "They were so weak," says Mrs. Run nells, "That I could not go around the house with tue aid of my glasses. They were gradually getting worse, and I de cided to go to Dr. A. J. Shores. He told I \ me at once that catarrh was tbe cause of my trouble, and after one week's treat ment I can say that I don't need to wear glasses any more, and I am now con vinced that catarrh was the true cause of my weak eyes." Dr. A. J. Shores is a specialist in ca tarrh and chronic diseases, and as the above statements prove, a successful one. Dr. Shores finds out the true cause, and by his new modern treatment, itisspeedi ly and permanently removed. Oo see Mrs. itunnells. She will tell you of her case. 11 lE. Wait for no man. You must apply before the last of March to be treated at tbe low rate of $5.00 a month. Dr. Shores cannot afford to again extend the time. Delays are dangerous, and you have a grand op- Sirtunity now to be permanently cured, r. Shores treatment is acknowledged to be the best, and it is given at a price that all who suffer can accept of it. Come early, as the last week has always so crowded Dr. Shores' parlorj that many are unable to consult him. Come at once and have a talk with Dr. Shores aud he will tell you your exact trouble. 11. J. IRES CO. SPECIALISTS, Pott 3,4, 1 6 Hick Block. COR., FIRST AND BROADWAY, OPPOSITE TIMES OFFICE. Specialties — Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis Nervous Diseases Rheumatism, Lung Trouble, aim all chronic affeotions of the stomach, llv r and kidneys. Office Hours-9 to 12 mornings; 2 to 5 niter noons: 7to 8 evenings; Sundays 10 to 12 m JM Persons living at a distance send lor treatise on Catarrh and Chronic Diseases. DR. WONG HIM, who hat practiced medi cine In Loa Angeles for 20 years, and whose office is at C 39 Upper Main street, will treat by medioine all diseases of women, men and children. The doctor claims that he haa remedies that are superior to all others al a specific for troubles of women and men. A trial alone will convince the sick that Dr. Wong Hint's remedies are more efflcacous than can be prescribed Dr. Wong Him is a Chinese physician of prominence and a gentleman of responsibility. His reputation Is more than well established, and all persons needing hit services can rely on his slclll and ability. A cure is guaranteed in every c»se in which a re covery is possible. Herb medicines for sale. DR.WONGHIM HERB DOCTOR, 639 Upper Main Street, Los Angeles. P. 0 BOX 227, STATION a f Los Angeles, Cal, June 17, 1894. \ To the Public: I have been suffering with piles and kidney trouble for over five yea's, and bave tried several remedies, but all failed to relieve me. A short time since I tried Dr. Wong Him, 639 Upper Msin street, and I ara now well and strong, and consider him a first class docter. Yours truly, W. H. HILLYKR, 239 8. Hill st.. Lot Angeles, CaL Los Angeles. June 9, 1893. To the Public: For over five years I have been troubled with nervous sick headache and liver complaint. I dn't seem to find any help from the many doctors and medicines that I tried until I tried Dr. Wong Him. 639 Upper Main street. lam now well. Yours truly. MISS M. G. BROCK. 48 Hinton aye., Los Angeles, CaL TO THE PUBLICS / Los Anoeles, Cel., July 21. 1894. DR. WONG HIM, 639 Upper Main St. Dear Sib: I take pleasure in adding my tes timony to the many you already have received. 1 will say that after toklng your treatment for catarrh uf the head nnd throat, that I am now well, and ask you to reler to me any person tbat may feel skeptical and I will satisfy them a« to the efficacy of your treatment. Yours truly. P. K. KING, Attorney and Notary Public, Garvanza, Cal. IXMrT MANHOOb asily, Quickly and Permanently Restored Celebrated English Remedy It Is sold on a positive mO J% guarantee to cure any Bm VCf form of nervous pros- iM/ tratlonor any disorder | sm of the genital organs of I. J either sex, caused Before* by excessive use of After, 'obacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on account f youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc.. lizziness, Convulsions, Wakefulness. Headm lie, -lental Depiession, Softening of the Brain, VVeuk lemorv. Bearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness, lysterta, Nocturnal Emissions, Spormatorrha-o, .OSB of Power and Impotency, which if neglected, my lead to prematuro old age end insanity. Positively guaranteed. Price. S 1.00 a box; 6 boxes 1.'1*5 00. Sent by mail on receipt of price. A writ >er tarantee furnished with every $5.00 order received. • refund the money It a permanent cure ia r.ct 'acted. NERVTA MEDICINE CO.. Detroit. j For sale by GEO. 11. FREEMAN CO., 102 North Spring streei. * Wholesale. Retail. BABA & CO., JAPANESE GOODS Cb.tnsw.are, Bronze, Lac quer Ware, Shells, Paper Napkins Bamboo Art. All latest style of hand work. 344 SOUTH SPRING. ST.