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Bids Received by the Pasadena City
Happening* at the Hotel Oreea-Local
New* natter* and Personal
Mention ol Intereet
Taeadena, March 18.—The electric light ,
people were all in evidence at today's I
Council meeting, and although the new
franchise was bid on, the company which
asked that it be advertised for tale is
Still without a permit to go ahead with
their plant. lln fact, the other fellows
have apparently stolen a march on them,
and they are, so to speak, not in it.
Some time ago E. R. Braley presented
an application to the Council for permis
sion to erect and operate an electric light
plant, which was to be constructed on
the latest improved plan. Bids were re
ceived today for that franchise, but Mr.
Braley did not get the plum. Three bids
were received in all, two from E. R.
Braley, one offering $1 for the franchise
and tbe other offering $101.50 lor the
same privilege. Neither of tlie bids, how
ever, was good, as E. Groenendyke made
an offer of $151.50 , which was accepted.
The new company claims that the old
company is back of the hid, aud that
they have no intention of putting in a
new plant, as called for in the franchise,
but that the thing was bid in merely to
keep them out.
Mr. Groenendyke has thirty days in
which to file a bond for $1000. guarantee
ing the construction and operation of the
plant in six months from the date of
franchise. The new people, were, how
ever, ready for the emergency, and ut
once presented a new application for a
franchise. Judge Weed thought the sale
of franchises was to replenish the treas
ury, but no action was taken on the ap
plication, which was ordered filed. The
outcome will be watched with interest.
An application of Mr. Tuttle, to con
struct a sewer to connect with his resi
dence on Marengo place, was granted. A
petition to have a sewer main laid on
Fair Oaks avenue, between Chestnut
Street and the city limita. was received.
A petition was also granted to grade.
Curb, gutter and sidewalk Fair Oaks ave
nue from Chestnut to the city limits.
The distance between these points is about
a mile, and the improvements, if carried
out, will be of great value to the property
along tbe street.
An offer was received from C. E.
Gutchell to audit the city books for $50.
F. I. Boynton was willing to do it for a
sum not exceeding $70. The matter wus
deferred for one week.
The report of City Clerk Dyer for tbe
year was received and the Clerk instructed
to have it published in pamphlet form.
500 copies to be struck off.
A series of resolutions recently passed
by tbe Mcdicai Association and published
at tbe time in The Herald were received
and ordered filed. They referred to throw
ing proper safeguards around our citizens
for the prevention of tbe spread of con
sumption, and suggetsted that the Council
take such action as will effect the change.
A petition to curb, grade and gutter lie
Lacev street,between Dayton and Elevado,
was received and granted.
A report was received from the City
Engineer of the levels for establishing the
grade of Peoria street, between Fair Oaks
and Summit.
The Street Superintendent reported the
completion of the widening of Pasadena
avenue; $339.97 was collected in all, $15.58
assessed to unknown owners was still un
The yearly report of the City Clerk,
which is of general interest, showed:
Total receipts, including balance March 1,
1886, $77,729.39; total expenditures for
yeAr. $7-2,762.62.
Feb. 2S, '95, bal on
hand subject to war
rant $ 4,966 77
Total value of city
property ... 293,969 SO
Total value prop, and
cash $298,936 57
City liabilities, fire
and sewer bonds, 5
percent 122,300 00
Library bonds. 7 per
cent 6,375 00
Total liabilities $128,675 00-128,675 OO
Mch 1, '95, prop and —
cash ln excess lisbil.. 8170,261 57
Recent Doings at This Popular Hostelry.
Pasadena, March 18.—Recent arrivals at
Hotel Green are: J. B. Clifford and wife,
W. L. Valentine, San Francisco; J. L.
Wolcottand wife, Toledo,O.; Miss Minott,
Concord, N. H.; C. J. Lantry and wife,
Misses Lawley, Topeka, Kan.
E. F. Bulard, Saratoga, N. V., is reg
istered at Hotel Green.
G. P. Riley, New York, is stopping at
Hotetl Green.
Miss Bender and Miss Comminas, Ak
ron, 0., are among the late arrivals at
Hotel Green.
Mrs. C. G. Emery and daughter, Mrs.
D. W. Bloss and Miss N. Blecner have re
turned from their visit to Coronado Beach
and are now at Hotel Green.
The Hotel Green orchestra gave a sacred
concert on Sunday evening, and their se
lection of sacred music was very satisfac
tory to the many guests now stopping at
the hotel.
Social and Personal Items of General
Pasadena, March lo I .— City Clerk Dyer
is at Redlands on account of the sickness
of a relative.
W. L. Chaplin, who has spent the win
ter at the Carleton, left this morning for
the East.
Mrs. Merwin, motherof Mr. D. Merwin,
arrl--i from the East this morning and
sit here Borne time,
tv. Jenkin Lloyd Jones lectures at the
i' f rsalist Church Saturday evening
rpon Emerson.
• unhow tea will be given by the
iv Evening Club on the 26th, at the
of Miss Stouten burg on South
{O avenue.
gro who was on a roaring drunk
,ibt was up before Recorder Rossi
s afternoon. A tine of $10 was more
QS could raise, so he went to jail,
a revival services which have been
ted at the Friends' Church by
Klwood Scott for the past week
last evening. They were quite suc
icert is announced at Tbroop Poly
by the Mozart Symphony Club,
is said to be a combination of lirst
. i tiats. The entertainment will be
Thursday evening, the 28th,in Eust
f:*t '. Q. A.Henry lectures at the Tab
■ tomorrow evening under the aus
e of tbe A. Pi A. His subject will be
Political Plot. No admission will
>n Wedneday evening next, the Macca
ive a free entertainment at the
House. Supreme Commander
See will be present and deliver an ad-
A pleasing musical and literary
I -line is also being arranged for the
I. All are invited.
" Howland is wanted by the om
it few days ago he was held to ap
i. rfore the Superior Court on the
)f perjury. Bonds to the amount
were demanded by the state in
t i hat tbe mau be not locked up
he ■ ounty jail. F. E. Simons and A.
woll came forward as bondsmen,
• S i.,ons has failed to qualify, and as
• the "Rev." is much wantel by
Ii ers, wdio have as yet been unable
i him.
Ie . . " ' ■
Its Annual Convention To Be Held at
Santa Ana
(lood Prospects of Speedy Street Paving.
The Fraternal Aid Association
Will Banquet Tonight
Santa Ana, March 18.—The fourth an- '
nual convention of the San Diego District
Epworth League of the M. E. Church is
now in session in this city. Rev. M. E.
Phillips, D. D,, dean of the College of
Liberal Arts of Los Angeles, made au ad
dress on Christian Education last nigbt.
Today tbe convention opened at £1 o'clock
and continued in session all day. Repre
sentatives from the Epworth leagues of a
large part of Southern California are
here, and the promise is flattering for a
profitable convention. Papers on timely i
subjects and discussions are the order of
the day. Tonight E. H. Caswell, D. D.,
addresses the convention on the Mission
of the Epworth League.
Mrs. Cash, state organizer of the W. C.
T. U., will be in Santa Ana and speak in
the Interest of the work at the Christian
Church tomorrow at 2:110 p. in.
Tho annual meeting of the Fraternal
Aid Association will be held tomorrow
night at the G. A. R. Hall. A banquet
will folow, to whicli all members and
their families are invited.
Tbe Pacific Land Improvement Company
sold to Charles Binder lots 26, 29 and 30
ot block 10 of the town of Fullerton, for
The Jeff Harliu property on East Fourth
street was sold Saturday by Commissioner
Williams to sutisfy a mortgage in favor of
Noah Palmer for $6,306.59, for just the
mortgage and interest.
The Board of Supervisors today changed
the name of Bolsa Grande school district
to Bolsa school district.
J. E. Fairchild of Los Angeles was here
today in connection with the street pav
ing. The work is expected to begin this
week. The City Board of Trustees will
probably order the work done by private
contract from Main to Sycamore streets.
This part of the city will be paved with
asphaltuin, while that cast of Main street
will be paved with porphyry rock.
Professor N. B. Pierce, who has been
in the northern part of the state for tbe
past several weeks, returned yesterday.
The Auld - Bacon Concert a Pronounced
Covina, March 18.—The much-antici
pated Auld-Bacon concert took place on
Friday evening last at the M. E. Church,
Covina. The affair was a joint benefit for
the Epworth League and Miss Preston of
this valley, who is studying with Pro
fessors Bacon and Hamilton of Los An
geles. The house was well filled, the
Amphion Music Club in full dress occu
pying seats in a body, and were notice
able for many handsome toilets. Pro
fessor Bacon "did not appear, being de
tained by illness.
Miss Preston showed marked improve
ment in her violin solos since her last
public appearance here. Fred Preston's
lirst appearance as a clarinet soloist was
enthusiastically welcomed, the young
man playing with remarkable skill and
tuste for an amateur. He was honored
with an imperative recall.
Of Miss Auld's singing there are diverse
opinions, many commending as usual,
because of her reputation as a vocalist;
many moie, simply because certain others
do. She certainly has a phenomenal
voice, and uses it in certain ways most
skillfully showing both feeling and a won
derful technique.
The next musical event of note will be
the open meeting of the Ampheion Club,
ut which will appear a popular trio of
instrumentalists from Los Angeles.
A Lady Drops Dead While Talking ts Her
San Pedro, Marcn 18.--W. W. Wincup.
of the Terminal Railway Company, has
returned from his trip to Chicago, St.
Paul and Peoria. After experiencing one
or two blizzards he is glad to be back.
A colony of several families from
North Dakota has permanently located
at tbe German settlements near Wilming
On April the 18th San Pedro Lodge 126,
K. of P., will give a grand ball.
Last week a large supply of machinery
was shipped by the Warrior to Catalina,
for use in the marble quarry.
During the past week work has been
commenced on the city plaza, Trustee
Powers being in charge, with Mr. Whip
ple as an aid. When tlie general beauti
fying is completed it will be a credit to
the town.
A Fiesta ball and entertainment is an
nounced for April 15, at Swinford's Hall.
Artistic tableaux, in which the local
belles und beaux will take part, will be a
leading feature of the programme. Tbe
Sun Pedro orchestra bus been engaged.
Mrs. Seraphina Guion dropped dead
suddenly on Saturday afternoon while
talking to her children at the garden
The Electric Cars flake Their Appearance In
the Burg >'
South Pasadena, March 18.—-The first
car of the Consolidated Electric road
made its appearance on Mission street on
Saturday, and on Sunday and Monday
several trips were made as far into our
town as Mission and Orange Grove ave
nue. They are expocted up the hill to
Meridian street in a day or two.
Miss Tina Larkin, daughter of M.
Larkin and wife, who reside in a hand
some new bouse on the Wilson hillside,
arrived from the East on Sunday evening.
She is a professional actress and comes
direct from an engagement in Cincinnati
to visit her parents, whom she has not
seen for four years.
Superintendent of Streets Wilson, with
two or three helpers, is doing some very
necessary and good work at points where
tbe winter rains have damaged the roads.
Tho Street Railroad Company also is
making quite an extensive fill on Mission,
below Prospect.
Almond and Olive Tree Planting—A New
Carlsbad, March 18.—As the result of
tbe late rains grain is doing fairly, and
everyone is hopeful of a fine harvest.
Corn is being put in, beets and some late
The planting of the Thorpe place of
37,000 trees is about completed, and Mr.
Kellogg, who hud it .in charge, has gone
to Antelope Valley, whore he will put in
1000 acres of almonds. He returns here
Tuesday to complete the work.
Eight hundred and fifty almond trees
have been out in on the Knowles place
and 1000 olive trees.
A boom of the right kind has struck
this part of the country, and its improve
ment has been most marked.
A visit to the new colony of Minneap
olis Beach shows a decided" improvement.
Residences have been erected, and instead
of brush there are rows of fruit trees
acres of onions, potatoes, beans and mul
berry cuttings. This is to be the future
homo of the silk industry.
Kregeio & Bresee, funeral directors,
Broadway aud Sixth street. Tel. 243.
A San Bernardino Murderer Under
Sentence of Death
Amelio Oarcia, the Slayer of "Chicken
Jim" at Colton, Ha* Hl* Days
Numbered by a Court
San Bernardino, March 18. —Amelio
Garcia, the cold-blooded murderer [of
"Chicken Jim" at Colton, must pay tbe
penalty of his crime with his own life.
Garcia was this morning sentenced by
Judge Campbell to be hanged at San
Quentin on June 5, 1895. The pronounc
ing of the sentence was the formality fol
lowing the verdict of the jury, which agreed
tbat Oarcia waa guilty of murder
in the first degree and made no rec-
ommendation for mercy.
The crime for which Garcia issentenced
to hang was the murder of a harmless old
Frenchman at Colton, October 81, 1894.
In company with Juan Ferra, who subse
quently became the principal witness for
the prosecution, Oarcia went to the old
man's cabin, ostensibly to buy eggs, but
no sooner had the latter stepped out of
the door than Oarcia clutched him at the
throat with one hand and with the other
struck tbe old man with his knife, and de
manded $100. The Frenchman begged for
his life, saying that he iiad but $1.60, to
which his murderer would be welcome,
if Oarcia would but spaie his life.
Enraged at his refusal, Oarcia rushed at
him again with the knife, but the blade
Struck the collar bone and broke. Still
demanding money and being refused, he
dragged the old man into the house and,
picking up a pruning knife. Garcia cut
the ranchman's throat, and stabbed him
again andtaguiu, inflicting a numlier of
wounds, any one of which would have
been fatal.
They went through the house, Oarcia
threatening Ferra if he attempted to run
away, aud they carried off the French
man's gun, blankets and whatever their
fancy prompted them to take. The other
articles were concealed, but they were
subsequently found and identified. Garcia
tolda number of Mexicans of the murder,
apparently having not the slightest tinge
of remorse for the crime..
Speaking to his friends and boasting of
it, he said: "I never killed a Christian
with so much blood in bim. I thought
he would nevci bleed to death." This,
along with other similar remarks, show
the cruelty and heartlessness of the man.
While they cannot prove it, officers feel
confident that Oarcia has committed at
least another murder In this country,
while any .lumber of less heinous crimes
are charged against him, and he is re
git id <>d as altogether the most dangerous
criminal ever dealt with by the courts of
San Bernardino county.
Favorable Outlook for the Beet Crop This
Chino, March 18.—Improvements, in
town and ranch are everywhere in
evidence in tbe Chino Valley, and, under
the'direction of General Manager W. H.
Holabird, the region is booming. There
are 1500 acres already planted to beets.
The factory will be started by the first of
July, if possible. So far this has been the
most favorable known for sugar beet
farming since Richard Gird established it
on the Chino ranch. Crops will be har
vested from 7500 acres, and the average
yield per acre—that for a dry and com
paratively unfavorable one being ten tons
—can not fall much below twelve tons,
allowing for light crops on newly broken
land, which at the conservatively esti
mated price of $4.00 per ton, means $860,
--000 in the pockets of the Chiuo farmer.
Thursday morning tbe supervisors of
this county considered the application of
J. J. Post, for a license to conduct a
saloon, and, on representation made to
them of a strong adverse sentiment in the
community refused to grant it.
J. Kellogg and son of Tacoma. Washing
ton, are tbe guests of Dr. T. 1). Kellogg.
Mr. Kellogg will probably become a resi
dent of Chino. He is a contractor and
The Ladies' Improvement Society will
give a grand concert tn tha Opera House,
Saturday evening, March 23.
Trees in the pubUc park and on Central
avenue have been trimmed, resulting in
great improvement to the appearance of
the town.
Tbe Chino band bas given several al
fresco concerts lately, which were greatly
enjoyed by tbe citizens.
The Bicycle Qlrls Abandon Their Bloomers for
Pomona, March 18.—For the past forty
eight hours this section has been visited
by a rain tbat has fallen just the right
way to accomplish the largest amount of
There has been a report current here
that in the coming city election tbe
city attorney and city clerk will have to
be elected by a popular vote of the people,
instead of being appointed by the incom
ing board of trustees. In accordance with
an act passed by the late state Legisla
ture. If tbis proves to be the case it will
bring out many candidates for the pos
The fad of wearing bloomers when rid
ing a bicycle that was adopted by several
of the lady riders here some months ago,
is fast dying out. They are returning to
the use of skirts almost exclusively.
Interest in the coming city election is
daily growing, and both sides are dailj
getting into warm discussions upon the
street corners.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. MeComas, who have
been at Sacramento during the legislative
session, are expected to return home this
Everything regarding the paving of
Second street is progressing favorably,
und work will be begun on May Ist.
Charles F. Loop, Jr., after a long illness
is again able to be around.
Mrs. M. W. Muir is in Los Angeles.
The total rain fall fo. this season now
amounts to nearly twenty-five inches.
Ontario, March 18.--The sale of 389 acres
of land at South Cucamonga to D. B.
Stoner is reported, the consideration be
ing $8500.
The grocery store recently owned by W.
E. Kellner & Company has passed into
the hands of Wyatt & Grube.
A new restaurant has been opened on
the South Side by A. C. Mareura.
Tomorrow evening a Unitarian social
will be held in Mr. and Mrs. Gentry's
rooms in the Bank block. Literary and
musical exercises and refreshments will
be the features of the entertainment.
Mrs. Goudy of Kingston, Canada, M.
Lyons, a prominent St. Paul capitalist,
Mr. and Mrs. Watson of Kincardine. Can
ada, aiid Dr. T. J. Dills of Fort Wayne,
lnd., are among the recent arrivals here.
It is expected that ere many weeks have
passed the mules which have enjoyed so
many rides down Euclid avenue will be
retired to private life unless platforms for
their accommodation are attached to the
new electric cars.
The Rev. Dr. Frost will deliver a lecture
on thcYosemite on the 29th,at the opening
of Friend's hall.
If You Need a good medicine to purify your
blood, give nerve strength and build up your
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The Record of the Champion Goat
An Unsuccessful Attempt at Haliography—A
Large Number of Arrivals at
the Hotels
Avalon. March 18.—The delightful
weather of last week was responsible for a
considerable influx of visitors, and the
usual number of excursionists came over
on Saturday.
Among the latter were Corporals I).
Kinscy and t, J. Kremer, and Private
M. Ray Costenson, of the First Brigade
U. S. Signal Corps, who came over for the
purpose ol transmitting a series of helio
graph ie signals from Black Jack to Mount
Lowe, a distance of seventy miles and the
longest range over land and water thus
far attempted by the service. The clouds
which hung over the mainland all the
morning lifted for a few moments only,
sufficiently to disclose the Mount Lowe
signals iv full operation, but all communi
cation with tiie operators, including a
special message to fhe Herald, were re
luctantly abandoned. The interesting
experiment will be attempted again in the
near future.
Hurry L. Hurt, H. B. Goodwin and G.
E. French are the champion goat hunters
of the season. The valiant trio started
out Saturday morning, taking in the lower
end of the island in the vicinity of Seal
Rocks, a region little favored by hunters
on account of its rough nnd precipitous
character, many of the cliffs rising up
almost perpendicularly for a thousand
feet and moro. The perilous adventure
among the "Catalina antelopes" was
happily brought to a successful issue, and
today there are six lens goats on the inland
than when the expedition started out.
John A. Weir of Los Angeles arrived
on Saturday in company Witii George F.
Case, a capitalist of Detroit, Mich., and
his two daughters. Miss Bella Case and
Miss Jeannette M. Fisher. All are regis
tered at the Mctro|)ole.
Dr. James Hay ami daughter, of Day
ton, Ohio, are spending a season of recre
ation on the island.
J. K. Pollard, who has recently been
appointed by Governor McKinley as Su
perintendent of the Institute for the Deaf
at Columbus, is including Catalina in his
tour of Southern California resorts.
Late arrivals at the Little Harbor Inn
include A. C. Roscoe, Visalia; S. W.
Brown, Winona, Minn.; Richard C. Bee
be, Stafford, Conn.; C. F. Wyniond, In
dianapolis, [nd.; Emmet \. Sullivan,
Frank .1. Sullivan, San Francisco; Henry
Nicols, St. Paul; T. N. Van Doran,
Mrs. S. W. Booth, Scribner, Neb.;
Ralph E. Reid. Versailles. 11l : Mrs. A.
P. Ross, N. Keller, Los Angeles, are at
tbe Sea Beach.
Tbe visiting Supervisors had consider
able sport yesterday morning at the group
er beds. The entire party returned to
l.os Angeles this morning, voting their
trip to Catalina a success from start to
Samuel S. Scott and wife, Mrs. S. W.
Cheever and Miss Bushnell, of Ottawa,
111., are guests of the Hotel Metropole.
Other arrivals at the hotel include Dale
Carleton and wife, Rochdale, Mass.; H.
R. Lacy, Wilkesbarre, Pa.; E. B. Stone,
Wyawsing, Pa.; Joseph Garnett, A.
Bjornson.-St. Thomas, N. D.; A. J. Set
tles, Jr., Hannibal. Mo ; L. P. Bentley,
Cincinnati; J. T. Tcdrow and wife, In
dianapolis; F. T. Hendry and family,
Rev. Inwood Preaches on Reforms He Thinks
Are Needed
Redlands, March 18.—If Christ Came to
America was the subject of Rev. E. j. In
wood's sermon Sunday evening. The
speaker denounced political kings and
Dosses. It is wrong to be devoted to a
party for party's sake. Party ties are
loosening as never before. The time is
coming when we will have an education
al qualification for suffrage, and not a
sex qualification. If Christ came to
Americu he would not be willing we
should franchise masculine ignorance ami
disfranchise feminine intelligence.
The evil of divorce is on the increase in
every state except Wyoming. It takes
more money to carry on the police de
partment of New York city than it does
to run her public school system. Moral
battles are to be fought in America.
America must be saved, not only for
America's sake but for the world's sake.
Considerable rain fell here on Sunday
and Sunday nigbt.
C. Tighe was on Saturday sentenced by
Judge Camp to serve live days in the City
Jail.for peddling merchandise without a
This afternoon Misses Otic Schee, Hat
tie Dana and Mabel Cole went to Santa
Ana to attend a district convention of the
Epworth League. The Young People's
Prayer Meeting is the topic of a paper to
be read by Miss Dana.
There's hardly a housekeeper in
the country but has heard of
Cottolene the new vegetable short
ening. It is a strictly natural
product; composed only of clari
fied cotton seed oil, thickened for
convenience in use, with refined
beef suet—pure and sweet. So
Was bound to win, and to drive
out lard from the kitchens of the
world. When housekeepers wish
to get rid of the unpleasant feat
ures and results of lard, they
should get Cottolene, taking care
that they are not given cheap
counterfeits with imitative names,
spuriously compounded to sell in
the place of Cottolene.
It's easy to avoid disappointment
and insure satisfaction. Insist
on having Cottolene.
Sold lv 3 nnd 5 pound palls.
(SyM) The N. K. Fairbank
VwIIISf/ Company,
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lSl.se rautd the Eoittures and fiemuv j mt
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Hl'»TA\ Is purely vegetable.
HTDIA\ stops prematureness of the dis
charge in twenty days. Cures LOST MA \-
HOOD, constipation, dizziness, falling aeusations,
nervous twitching of the eyes and other parts.
(Strengthens, Invigorates and tones the entire
system. It is uscheap as any other remedy.
BII'DYASr cures debility, nervousness, emis
sions, and develops and restores weak organs.
Pains in the back, losses by day or night stopped
quickly. Over C,OOO prtvftte indorsements.
Prematureness means lmpotency ln the first
stage. It Is a symptom of seminal weakness and
barrenness. It can be stopped In twenty days by
the use of Hudynn. Hudyan costs no more than
any other remedy.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
TAIXTKD BLOOD-Impure blood due to
serious private disorders carries myriads of sore
producing germs. Then comes sore throat, pimples,
copper colored spots, ulcers ln mouth, old sores and
falling hair. You can save a trip to Hot Springs by
writing for' Blood Book'totheold physicians of the
Stockton, Market nnd Ellis Su.,
c. f. heinzemanT
Druggist and Chemist,
2221 MAIN 31. 103 ANGELES.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
Vu* v f Bring safety, comfort and health,
n- j> Look out! There are imitation*!
7 Don't take any risks. Scetbatyou
J <■* get Dr. Caton's, the original and
. *v only absolutely safe and certain
#vo > preparation. Drug stores, or by
mall for Jf. Advice free.
v AiCaton Specific Co.. Boston. Mass
"Skillful cure increases longevity to the | "Ingeniously locating diseases through th
world." I pulse and excellent, remedies are great bles<
I Ings to the world."
Four years ago my daughter, Virginia Hell, was treated by Dr. Wong for what physician
called hip disease, and bad pronounced incurable utter treating ber for eight years. Mr'Wong'
diaguosi was that she was alllicted with one vi the 111 forms of cancer. His medicine effected
s permanent oure in 7 months'time. Two yertrs ago my grandson became blind in one eve.
Dr. Wong restored his sight iv three weeks' tim*. A. I-ASBWell, savannah, Cal.
After I had been treated 11 years by six different doctors, for consumption, and they ha I
stated that 1 couldn't live two months, I took Ur. Wong's medicine and was cured in 7 months.
1 enjoy excellent health and weigh 170 fiouuds. MUS. A. M. A VELA,
101- Hrooklyn aye., Los Angeles, cal.
use of poisoiis.
■1000 cures. Ten years in Los Angeles.
m^^\ And TUMORS posl
-1 k lively cured. No knife
V \ 2 U%muwr or pain. No pay until
J 1 il BT «"*"• Write for book
**_f fm HLamaa*, of home testimonials
fIBJ of cures—
BB \ mostly
■kw «11 West First
PA) Caenr HewUl:tilK.teaSL
m r^f\' mu Mm Ml l lo* AnoiLta,
%m m \Lo< \mW r * V SH.CHAMLCr.M.O.
Please tend this to someone with Cain ••
S & CO. )
S 231 W. First St., Los Angeles)
) Telephone 1101 /
C We have In the last six months doubled f
f our plant, and are now operating th X
\ Best Equipped Offiot S
C In Southern California. With Increased \
1 facilities w* propose In the future at we /
I have In the past, to press forward doing v
N as good work as our customers are will- J
< ing to pay for, and charging for the same %
r what we believe to be Just both to our C
\ customers and ourselves. J
V We employ only experienced workmen, \
f and have all the latest faces of type and f
f improved cylinder presses. t
/ Don't Send Your Printing East ?
) From a Card to a Diotionary f
S At prices that we feel confl- \
\ dent will suit /
Easily, Quickly and Permanently Rettoraa
osr\ KEBVIA. mf^\
BEE " on ° positive jB Jm
w guarantee to cure any fls OsT w\
%/ro/aaY f° rra °f nervous pros* \& fm\ I
tralionor any disorder T *-07
of the genital organs of I ./
«**-Ti PMm either sex. caused »-as*wh2ssx»
Before* by excessive use of After*
Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or oa account
of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc..
Diztiness, Convulsions. Wakefulness. Headache,
Mental Depression. Softening of the Brain. Weak
Memory, hearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness,
Hysteria, Nucturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhoea,
Loss of Power ami Tmpotcncy, which if neglected,
mny lead (o premature old age and insanity.
Positively guaranteed. Price, gl.oo a box*: 8 boxes
forJj.OO. Sent by mail on receipt of price. A writtet
giiKranteo furnished with every 85.00 order received.
co refund the money it a nermanent cure is 305
For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN CO., 102 North
Spring street.

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