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A Scries of Interesting and Well Attend?.
Laborer Itakes Forcible Ob
- lection tj Paving Poll rax - Bra-d of Trad
Pasabfna. March 18. —The tliirteenll
annual meeting of the W'tnien's Home ant
Foreign Missionary sroiety opened las
evening at :hePresbyteri,.ii church with itii
young people's meeting, which was w-j
attended. The meeting was conducted tv
Mr*. H. A. Newell, superintendent of tin
young people's missionary w irk. A.f <er i
abort address of welcome by Key. N. H. t.
Pit*, Miss Muriel Fisher of Tustin rend at
llKsuiiliii|_ paper on the work of the Z unio
Christian Endeavor missionary.
'•Bible Echoes." was responded to b;
eight young ladiea.
Ralph Bailey read a paper on the Senio
CV K. niiasionary work, after which Mia
Samuels of Los Angeles read a paper oi
tha missionary bands and circles of tin
Las Angeles Presbytery. Stse said tha
than were only ten outside, of Sundaj
school bands, and then she described thi
w«rk they were doing.
The report of the treasurer for thelitis
year wss read by Miss K. I Ckirry, show i n»
whet each PresbyterianC. E. society in tin
tttatrict had contributed.
Has Chambers read a paper on Memorj
Tchoos paying a tender tribute to Mia!
Basher Judkin.
Bar. Ny Poon Chew briefly apoke of mis
siwnary work of the young people amoni
the Chinese.
Miss Katherine Wambold, who is. abou
to start for Cores to enter into miisiionars
work, gave an able address upon the work
Mies Edith Weaver recited a poem bear
Ing upon the subject of cheerful giving am
aba exercises closed with a Dra:»p offered
by Rev. Mr. Stewart of Redl.-tnds and a
hymn by the congregation.
This morning's exercians inclnded an ad
dress of welcome by Mrs. J. B. Stewart,
response by Mrs. Minor, tbe appointment
itf laiiinillaas and the reports of the ofQ
care. At noon luncheon was served in ttie
sbnpei and sessions were held in the after
aos-n and evening.
Isa ac Brown, a laborer wfoo was working
>n tits water pipe ditch oo East Colorado
■treaty was arrested arid tried this after
-3000 tvi Justice Merriani's court for sti ik
ing B. Williams with .-a shovel yesterday
kfternoon. Mr. Williams, who is a deputy
jountytttx collector, was collecting poll
taxes yeiiterday. and wltenhe asked Brown
For his tax the latter refused to pay It,
William a said he would garnishee hit
tvsges, which so enrag art Brown that iic
■truck Williams with hts shovel and after
wards with his fist. At the trial Brown
stated that he wtaa out of money
and had had a haid time of it to get any
work at all and he vraa desperate at the
dea of parting with what little he had been
ible to earn, having just got a job. The
;ourt let him off with $10 tine or ten days
n jail, and having nay money he went to
l ail.
At a special meeting of the board of
trade yesterday afternoon matters relating
jo Pasadena's repres notation on the Fiesta
vera discussed, sevoral designs for floats
Ming inspected. That of Mr. and Mra.
W. E. Chapin was most in favor and will
probably be adopted providing sufficient
•ash is raised to put all the plans into exe
cution. The sum of $505 has been sub
scribed so far. The decorated tallybos
wilt be arranged for in any case, $15 hav
ng been appropriated for each school or
society which will docorate one of the ve
Mr. Greer reported on behalf of the
Merchants' Protective association that Mr.
F. P. Boynton had been agreed upon as
secretary, and the board of trade concurred
in the selection, Mr. Greer and Mr. Dag
gett to arrange with Mr. Boynton to repre
sent both organizations. The room ia be
ing furnished at a cost not exceeding $300.
Tbe board of trade quarters will be quite
While riding a horse up Fair Oaks at 11
ocloek this morning, Harry Bothell, of
i batjnber's livery, ran into a lumber wagon
of Paiten & Davies, at the corner of Green
street. Young Botnell could not stop the
horse and both he and the animal were
thrown and the heavy wagon ran over
them. Botbell was picked up unconscious
and carried into Dr. Rosenberger's drug
store where he was attended by Drs. Row
land and Rosenberger's, and was soon able
to walk borne. The wagon had passed
over the young man's legs and over the
hindquarters of the horse.
Ralph Buchanan who runs a boot-black
stand near the Colorado street cross
ing of the Santa Fe, attemptd
to jump a fast moving southbound
train Monday afternoon, and not calculat
ing tbe speed accurately, he slipped and
narrowly escaped going under the wheels.
He had presence of mind enough to hold
on by tbe hands and get off with a bad
scare. He has since vowed never to try
the feat again.
The following new members were initi
ated at the meeting of the bicycle club
last evening: C. E. Getchel. F. M. Cates,
C. i. Crandall. E. M. Martin, Walter
Simons, B. L. Hutcbins, Mcl Chadbourne,
Chas. H. Granger, J. O. McCament, M. I).
Wood, George W. Collis. R. B. Vose, Whit
tier Eiliott. C. H. Heiser, I'rank H. Long
and V. L. Ward.
The funeral of J. P. Early of Lincoln
Park was held this afternoon at 3 ocloek
and the remains interred at Mountain
View cemetery.
The Lake Vineyard company is laying
new 12-inch water pipe mi Colorado street,
from Euclid to Lake avenues.
Will H. Pinney, circulator for the News,
is soon to be married to Miss Helen V.
Johnson of Pomona.
Dr. and Mrs. Fordyce Grinnell of North
Marengo avenue, very pleasantly enter
tained a number of the officers of the Sal
vation Army yesterday evening.
Dr. Isaac Elliott is expected to take up
his residence at Long Beacli in a few days.
F. H. Zombro of San Bernardino was a
guest of W. E. Arthur yesterday.
Rev. J. W. Phelps, formerly pastor of
the First Methodist church of this city,
came over from San Luis Obispo today on
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sharland of New Or
leans are guests at tbe Green.
M. C. Brinton of the Carlton is visiting
friends at Redlands.
The Christian Endeavor society will give
a literary entertainment Friday evening at
the Presbyterian church, at which Mr. .1 ud
son will give an interesting Chalk Talk,
and the subject for the evening will he
Modern Artists.
A ball will be given by tiie Lady Macca
bees Thursday evening, March 28th, in the
Knights of Pythias hall. Dancing will be
enjoyed to the delicious strains of liow
insky's orchestra.
The high school will lie closed on Thurs
day and Friday, the 26th and 27th, and
tha grammar school on Friday only, to en
able the teachers to attend tlie California
Teachers' institute at Los Angeles next
The electric cars were delayed a short
time this noon by the breaking of a hay
wagon while crossing the track, the hay
being precipitated to the ground.
There will be a delightful entertainment,
Including tableaux and music at the
Green Saturday afternoon for the hem-tit
of the Landmarks club and under the
auspices of Pasadena society women.
Officers were elected as follows for the
ensuing year at the meeting of the Labor
Exchange last evening: President, Dr,
Bhas Smith: vice president. C. F. Baker;
secretary, J. 11. Swerdflger; accountant.
Miss Carrie Smith; directors, D. H. Harri
son, R. M. Webster and Mrs. T. S. Harri
The death of Mr. Bell of Sierra Madre,
occurred from heart disease yesterday
evening. Tbe remains will be sent to
Spokane, Wash.
_The death of William McDonald in
Fitiaburg, Pa,, is announced in a telegram
t* Carl Wynn of this city. Mr. McDonald
will be remembered as having spent a
I winter here two years ago. He was the
I father of Mrs. Wynn and Mrs. W. A.
| Sohn of this place.
{ Pushing Work on the Oil Kellnery-Rsllrssd
Vkxti iv, March 18.—Work on the oil
refinery has commenced iv earnest.
Messrs. Bartlett, Edwards and Johns are
' here pushing this work alotig. the old
Iteardsley el ills, which have long been tin*
| used, have been pin chased ami will be put
up on the new site and used until ma
chinery from the east arrives.
Another improvement which is being
steadily pushed along is tlie Ventura and
Ojai railroad. Contracts for right of way
j are heitig sigicd, and the promoters say
, they expect to be ready to begin grading in
about three weeks.
A special meeting of the committees of
Ojai v alley and Ventura citizens is called
' for Saturday to leeeira the report of the
committee on right of way for the Ventura
: and Ojai Valley railroad. The report will
> show that a right of way for the whole dis-
I tance has been secured. Captain John
j I 'ross of Los Angeles has been noti tied to
ibe present and arrange for breaking
! ground. This renders the building of the
1 road in the immediate future an assured
| The town council has rejected the over
; tures made by B. r. Thomas of Santa Bar
j bara. acting for A. Hope Doeg, for a com-
I promise of the damage suit growing out of
! an accident which resulted in the breaking
of Mr. Doeg's leg. he having fallen into an
uncovered culvert on a side street in this
city last December. A damage suit will
A Pleasant Presbyterian social -News Notes
and Personal rientlon
Long Bkach, March 17.—The ladles of
the Presbyterian church scored a complete
success in the horny bell social at the
church Tuesday evening. The liberty bell,
composed of smilax and bridal-wreath, was
a marvel of artistic beauty.
The Long Beach orchestra, under the di
rection of Will Craig, was present and
everybody enjoyed the splendid music.
After the program refreshments of ice
cream and cake were served.
Mrs. R. li. VanDerberg of Vernon was
visiting Dr. and Mrs. A, G. Cook here at
the heach yesterday.
The poet singer, James G. Clark of Pasa
dena, is recuperating at the beach.
Rev. E, Inwood of Redlands preached at
the tabernacle Sunday morning and even
ing, exchanging pulpits with his brother,
Rev. A. Inwood.
Mrs, L. M. John returned from her ten-
I days' visit at Monrovia on Monday.
Mrs. Jotham Bixby has gone to Bel
mont to visit her son Jotham, jr., who is
at school at that place.
Jotham Bixby left Monday evening for
Chicago, where business takes him for a
couple of weeks.
Rivera, March 18. -Thirty-six carloads
of oranges have been shipped tn date. This
about completes the business for this year,
and is rather a small showing compared to
previous years.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw of Missouri have
been visiting at Judge Burkes this week.
Dr. E. L. Prescott is still very sick at the
residence of his sister, Mrs, Frank Pear
The Good Templars announce an enter
tainment for Saturday evening, -Ist inst.
On the program, besides the best of local
talent, are the names of Miss Lucille
Roberts, and Miss Madge Kodcere, of Los
Angeles, well known and skillful perform
ers respectively on the piano and cornet.
The Walnut Beit Waltz, composed and
arranged for the orchestra by Master Fred
Croton, age 16 years, is tbe opening num
ber, and is highly spoken of by those who
have heard it.
SANTA Monica, March 18.—On Tuesday.
Match 17th, death came to the household
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Lewis and
robbed them of their bright little daughter-
Grace, who after years of suffering fell
asleep after bidding mamma,papa and bro
ther and sisters goodby.
The sad news ,vas soon known by every
one, and her little playmates sorrowed
with their elders in her early death.
She was born at Santa Monica on the
25th day of June. 18S0, and has been a
sufferer since infancy with heart trouble,
which she bore uncomplainingly. The
funeral will take place from the family
residence, 334 Second street, on Thutsday
at 10 a. m.
Bay District Race Entries
The following is the list of entries and
weights of the races to be run at Bay Dis
trict track today, which are posted at the
Los Angeles Turf club, 212 South Spring
street. Commissions received on these
aces and full description of the events:
First race, live-eights or a mile, aelling-I.it
tie Pete lor. Csrdwell 105, pagroat 111, Tiny
li>o, Sir Edward 107. Isabel 100. Mldrtletoii
111, Uncle Bam no. Faro 114, Zoolein 114,
Princess Rose 11. 100, imo. Empire 111, Tre
ks 107, Adeladl 100, Myron 107. Duello 107.
second race, Half mile, selling, ".-year-old—
Br. Martin 100. Jemhlero 97, Gordon, Ingle
side, 100; 1:i-icab, Karly notice, 97: Torpedo
Third race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile,
(• unsi selling stake—Wheel of Fortune 99, For
tuna 103, Ssrvice ion, Rosebud 99. ttraw scot
105, Dungarven los, Monita 106, Charmlon
119. litisste 110. Little Cripple 121,
Fourth race, seven ami a lial i turlongs. inside
course—Peasprav 110, Modesto 113, Imp, Km
pire 113, Nephew no. Ike :. 118, Favory na,
All Smoke 108, .lack Richelieu 118.
Fifth race, threo quarters of a mile, purse—
Monterey 105, Mi-s Norma 100. Flashlight
105, Malo Diablo 10\ Charles A. 105, Tamal.
pais 105, ftrathflower 100.
Sixth race, mile puria—Fllrllllaos, Clara
.tolinson 91. Landlord 94. Miss N'orm-t 95,
Fuels lilies 100, Lobcngula 100. Collins 107.
Seventh race, live OSIIJ.IIS of v mile. selling-
Contribution 111, .laTk'Atkins, Koinl warmer,
103; Easel 100, La Matootta 100, Tonino 102,
Palomaclta 100, Rlosrdo ill, Glaawyn 100.
The Judge 114. Craw ford 111. California .loe
ill. Beatrice 105, Johnny Uaproti Robin flood
1. 114.
A New lltuminant
Another conquest of light is M. I haries
Henry's sulphate of zinc. M. Henry is a
French savant of the school of higher
studies, who has revealed the power of sul
phate of zinc to absorb sunlight and give it
back in tlie dark. Poudre de riz made
with this mineral gives a soft luminosity to
a fair yonng face. A lady cyclist dusted
all over with this powder is iv herself a
lamp on a pitch dark night. The luminous
pigment is not liable to be spoiled by
damp, by carbolic acid, or by any weak
acid. It resists rain if united to some
strongly adhesive bod;'. There is a house
in the Hue de Longchamps where a win
dowleas set of rooms is ligh'ed by it. The
lady of the honse receives there her friends
at "5 oclocks." The apartments seem
bathed in moonlight, the curtains are as if
studded witii glowworms, the ceiling scin
tillates. The furniture looks as if rubbed
with phosphorus. The play of this light on
colored objects gives one the impression of
Aladdin's underground palace. (Iften they
take the rich, glowing tones of the topaz,
ruby and emerald. This powder does not
lose its brilliancy if used in starch or size.
A black dress trimmed with lace made
luminous by it is more than bewitching.—
London Dally News.
He Is Correct
A. I. Hopkins of Riverside in his testi
monial on Tip Top Cough Syrup, used the
expression: "It was rightly named when
called Tip Top.'"
This is exactly why it was chosen as the
name of our cough syrup—because it tells
at once the true quality and character of
the remedy.
Excellent Cough Syrup, Perfect Cough
Syrup. Tip Top Cough Syrup. Price, t>oe.
All druggists.
Kentucky Politics
LoriSVJXLE, Ky., March 1A special
to the Times from Danville, Ky.. says:
Governor Bradley was hung in effigy in
Danville last night. The tlgure was very
skillfully made tip. Across the breast on
a card was written: "Riot Alarm Bradley."
Angmtur. Bllters. the world reaimno/i
south American appetizer and invlgoraror
cures dj-spapila, diarrhoea, lever sad sgus,
Continued t'rom First Page
| been false tn hia position, but false to tlie
I facts of his country.
j His speech aroused great enthusiasm.
jHe concluded with a hurst of eloquence
' that set the houss aflame. Men stream- I
!up the aisles io ofTei' their congratulations
I and it was fully n inicute before order was
I restored.
I Air. Dinsmore t Democrat ot' Arkansas!,
opposed the resolution. He could not hope
jto equal in brilliancy and eloquence the
I speech of Mr. Cousins, he said. He must
rely on the strength of his cause.
Mr. Dinsmore analyzed Mr. Bayard's
; utterance on Ihe subject of protection and
I defended them. He quoted from Senator
j (Chandler's Intel view aooui "levies on pro
j teeted industry" by tlie boomers of Mc
! Einley. This statement brought Mr. Gros
■ venor, Republican. Ohio, to his feet.
"Do you endorse that statement." he
"I give you the testimony of a distin-
I guiahed Kepublican." replied Mr. Dins
more. "Personally, it is a matter serious
ly beyond my ken."
j "I deny il," e.-iid Mr. Grosvenor, emphat
( Ically. "I stamp it as an unmitigated
| falsehood, and 1 defy anybody to prove
"When Republican candidates are resell
ing out to the protected industries for aid,''
returned Mr. Dinsmore, "it has no inter
est, but it tends to prove what Mr. Bayard
"Mr. Chandler has made those state
ments and Mr. Grosvenor has denied
them,'' interrupted Mr. Barrett, Republic
an, Massachusetts. "Will you deny; will
anybody deny that the mission of Italy
was bargained for and sold for $80,000.?"
"I deny it," shouted Mr. Stilzer, Demo
crat. New York. "It is not true."
"Mr. Dinsmore, continuing, read the
further allegations of Senator Chandler
about "boodle" and "fat frying," to the
great amusement of the Democrats.
Mr. Bayard's message, he concluded,
came as a message to the manhood of
America, to those who believed that the
masses should not be taxed for the benellt
of the few. If olhers believed in taxation
for special classes he cared not. "Let the
galled jade wince." L Applause on the
Democratic side.
At 5:30 p.m. the house adjourned.
Committee Action
The bill introduced by Brositis of Penn
sylvania to authorize the establishment of
national banks in small cities, has been
ordered favorably reported by the house
committee on banking and currency as in
troduced. The bill provided for the estab
lishment of banks in cities of 3000 inhabi
tants, but it was amended to make 1000
the limit.
Tlie senate committee on foreign rela
tions has decided to stand by the agree
ment reached by the senate conference and
support the house Cuban resolutions as a
substitute for the senate resolutions.
Santa BARBARA, March is. -A meeting
of the lemon growers of Santa Barbara
county was held this afternoon at the city
hall, the object being to establish a lemon
exchange in conjunction with the central
fruit exchange at Los Angeles. After a
committee for organization had been ap
pointed Mr. Chamberlain ef the Central
fruit exchange and organizer of all the
California fruit exchanges, addressed the
Anahi-.i.m. March 17.—At the city cau
cus C. U. Rust was nominated to succeed
himself as truatae and C. E. Groat to suc
ceed H. A, McWilliams. Max Nebelung
was nominated fcr city clerk, Frank
Steadmau for marshul and H. Ka'ueea for
The Lndies' Aid society of the Methodist
church advertise to give a musical and lit
erary entertainment Friday evening in the
parlors of Hotel del Caiupo.
Da You Wsnt to Be a riartyr?
Probably not! But if you do try and eel the
dyspepsia* by unwise issuing. Then you'd
suffer martyrdom with a vengeance! some
people are martyrs to this complaint from
Childhood to the arave, suffering front all its
attendant horror- of heartburn.wind and pniii
in ihe stomach, weary slumber ami night
mare, capricious appet te, nausea, blllonet ess.
leanness and sallowneas So necSaalty lor all
this. Tbe complaint, obstinate as it is, when
the ordinnrv remedies art) brought lo heat
upon ii, invariably yield to the great •tomaehlc,
Hosteller's Stomach bitter.-, which res oi-ji
tranquillity to the gastric region anil nerve;,
regulate-tlie liver end bowels, both oi which
ate disturbed by weakness 01 tlie stomach, ami
promotes appetite ami nn increase oi flesh
That "tocsin oi the soul." the dinner bell,
when tt peals upon the ear, suggests no pre
monition ol dire qualms, after h comfortable
meal ii too have tried tt course ol the bitters,
Which also banishes biliousness, rheumatism,
nervousness, ma aria and kidney trouble.
WFNDFLI E ASTON, President. GEO. p. EASTON, Secretary.
GEO. EASTON, Vice-President. ANGLO-CALIFORNIA BANK (L'd), Treasurer.
| SjCi Choice 50-Foot Building Lots JSQ
Bounded by Adams, San Pedro and Washington Sts. and Central Aye.
Only 12 minutes' ride from Second and Spring Sts. on the Maple-avenue or Central-avenue electric cars.
We otter this choice property at LOW PRICES to close out these first 150 lots, making this your chance for an ab
solutely sate investment. Lots are 50x125 to 150, with an alley in each block. Streets will be graded, graveled,
cement curbed and sidewalked immediately. City water piped "on every street. Beautiful shade and ornamental
trees. Building restrictions in every deed, permitting only high-class improvements.
Special terms: Only one-quarter cash, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. Don't delay the selection of your lot.
Examine the property and investigate our prices.
Maps, schedules and all information may be had from
Easton, Eldridge & Co.
121 S. Broadway or at Our Adams-st. Office on the Property.
Will Be Tried in tbe Superior Court (or
E. J. Dole was yesterday held to answer
lo the superior court on a chargeof forgery,
bail boing fixed at $'.'OOO. The most im
portant witness of the day was Misa Anna
Brungee, a pretty and vivacious girl, daugh
ter of the proprietor of die hotel at Azusa.
As Dole's defense will probably be an at
, tempt to establish an alibi the testimony
gi.en by Miss Drunges is weighty and was
evidently so considered by Mr. Gage,
attorney for Dole, who attempted
lo break down her evidence on
cross-examination. The girl identilled
Dole as the party who, about a month ago,
stopped over night at her father's hostelry.
He did not register, but she easily picked
him out from all the persons in the court
room. She had shown him to his room
and could not be mistaken in the man.
Her testimony, taken in connection with
that of .Mr. D.miela, cashier of the Azusa
bank, would seem to prove conclusively
that Hole got the check lor $2 50 at Santa
Ana, presented il in the raised format
AIUSt, With at least one forged indorse
ment upon it, and Dually succeeded in get
ting it cashed at the counter of die State
Loan and Trua! company of this city.
Mr. W. F. Boabyshell said that he had at
one time given Dole a letter of Introduc
tion to the Azusa Valley bank, and also
repudiated his alleged signature placed as
an endorsement on the falsified check.
M. B. Lewis told of having given orders to
cash the check when it was presented. As
the teller who paid il was not in court,
both sides stipulated that it should be put
on record that Dole did present antl re
ceive the money on the paper.
No evidence was offered by the defense.
Dole not being put upon the stand in his
own behalf. Judge Rossiter promptly held
him to answer as above stated.
Another Complaint to Be 5-worn Out Ajainlt
Betore the detectives get through wilh
him, .lames Marshall, the "gentleman
burglar," bids fair to have enough charges
against him upon which to stand trial to
send him up for the remainder of his days.
Marshall has just been convicted and sen
tenced to a five year term for the Rowan
burglary. On May 24th his trial will
commence for the Cockey robbery. Today
Detective Goodman will swear out another
complaint, charging him with robbing the
Vess house lust December. If » conviction
ou each of the three pending eases is se
cured, Marshall will not trouble ihe com
munity by his bold crimes for many years.
SANTA Ana. March 18,— J. F. Buol of j
Los Angeles has applied for an electric
light franchise in this city.
Tlie city council granted B. J. Telle an I
extension of ninety days on franchise on a
street railway io Orange, in which to place j
his motor car in operation.
,1. Fred Blake of Los Alludes is ill this j
city as a representative of the 1' iesta com
mittee. '
Fram fc'eidel died yesterday, aged :i!>.
He was a native of Prussia, and leaves a
Widow and family of small children.
Third Ward Republicans
The regular Third Ward Republican club
met last night in Judge Owen's court
rooms. The following ofllccrs wero elected:
President, Charles T. Deeritig; vice
president, W. Burgoyne: secr?tary, A, E.
Bagley: treasurer. Col. R. B. Treat: execu
tive committee, George Sinsabaugh, Chas'.
Fibers-oil. Walter F. Parker, J.W.Long,
Chas. P. Peering, A. E. Bagley nnd Col. R.
B. Treat. Tho next meeting will be held
tiie same place, Wednesday evening,
April Ist.
The Annexation.sts
A meeting of the annexation committee
of 100 was held last evening in the assem
bly loom of the chamber of commerce.
There was a fair attendance and much en
thusiasm was expressed on the question of
annexation. Col. I. E. Messmore presided.
Capt. J. B> Neville and others reported
progress. It was stated that the district
had been thoroughly canvassed and it was
the general opinion of the members of Ihe
committee that the annexation proposition
would go through by a safe majority ou
Saturday next.
S. Harrison Smith, for two years chief
engineer of tan i-rancisco, is in the city.
Wa'ier Waterman of Sycamore, Illinois,
is in the city. J. B. Waterman of San
Diego is with him.
Archbishop Kiordan, Father Yorke and
Monslgnor Nugent left the city yesterday
morning for Santa Barbara.
Colonel and Mrs. W. A. Herron of Pitts
hurt: aro visiting their son. R. H, Herron,
of West Twenty-third street.
E. L. Conlln, proprietor of the Stockton
Mail, and president of the harbor commis
sioners of San Francisco, is in town.
A trial will convince you that Sweet Mo-
I ments cigirettcs are the best.
Still Dispensing Health to the Af
flicted Free
Applicant! Must Secure Consulta
tion Tlcktli in Reception Par
lor—Dr. A. If. Hi'}ant will tilve
< oils uti at ion. examination unci
Advice r'roe iii Cases Where
Internal Medication is Required
a Nominal Charge will Bo .Made.
The fiee treatment now inlprogress at
I the parlors of the Pact He Coast Magnet ie
' Institute by The Hoy Wilard is having the
I effect of disclosing the fact that many of
! the population of Southern California are
I suffering from some kind of Indlsposi
| tion of a more or loss malignam
type and also that all ere anxious 10 secure
i free treatment at tlie Hands of the Boy
I Wizard. It is unnecessary to enlarge on
' the work at the institute, suffice it to lay
! that the great magnetic healer's time is
occupied from morning till night in alleviat-
I ing the sufferings and healing the inflrmi
; ties of as many as can possibly be accepted
I for treatment while hundreds are turned
: away by the reason of the fact that it Is
beyond all possibility to treat everybody.
It is respectfully requested that during
Hie remaining days of free treatment that
applicants will exercise more patience in
their anxiety to reach the consultation
room than has hitherto been exercised,
which will greatly facilitate the good work
and oblige the consulting physician.
Free consultation tickets maybe secured
in reception-room. Br. A. H. Bryant, the
physician-in-chief, will give consultation.
I examination and advice free of charge and
I also issue treatment tickets to such as be
j considers curable in the limited time which
J tbe Hoy Wizard has at bis disposal to heal
. the afflicted free of charge. In cases
, where internal medication is required a
! nominal charge will be made.
I Remember the ollice hours, from 10
.a.m. until 1 p. in., also location, 204
I South Broadway, corner Third street, Los
! Angeles.
The Lebaudy Caie
Pari-, March IS. Late tonight lac.pics
Saint Cere I M, Rosenthal) the journalist,
and formerly correspondent of a New
York Newspaper, who is undergoing trial
for blackmailing the late Max Lebaudy,
was liberated on $1000 hail.
From LaGrippe.
How Dr. Miles* Nervine Restore*:'
One of Kentucky's Birotaes.
No DISEASE has ever presented so many
peculiarities as I.aGrinpe No disease
loaves its victims so debilitated, useless,
sleepless. nerveless, as LaGrippe.
Mr. D. \V. Hilton, state agent of the Mut
ual Life Insurance Co., of Kentucky, says:
"In 1889 and '00 I had two severe attacks
of LaGrippe, the last one attacking my ner
vous system with such severity that my life
waa despaired of. I had not slept for more
than two months except by tbe use of nar
cotics that stupefied me, but gave me no
rest. I was only conscious of intense mental
weakness, agonizing bodily pain and the
fact that I was hourly crowing weaker.
When in this condition, I commenced using
I>r Miles' Kestoralive Nervine. In two days
1 began to improve aud in one month's time
I Was cured much to the surprise of all who
knew of my condition. I have been in ex
cellent health since and have recommended
your remedies to many of my friends."
Louisville. Jan. 22,1895. IX W. HlLTOlff.
Dr. Miles' Amine Restores Health.
| N. B. Blackstone Co. $
I |
| I Dry Goods [ |
f ~ f
x For the remainder of the weeek
# We offer Special Inducements at the ♦
# #
I Hosiery Department I
I_ - -
<§> Ladies' silk plaited, black boot, opera top, drop stitch A(\r X
Hose, good values at 75c; this week TrUC <§>
# Ladies'black Hose, Crescent dye, T
<$> regular 35c goods;-this week L%JL>
Ladies'fast black Hose, double sole, high spliced heel, |'7*r» <•>
X regular 20c goods; this week \L-]X,
<§> Ladies'black boot, opera top, drop stitch Hose, I'7 , r» x
<§> regular 20c goods; this week 1 Lj** <§>
▼ Boys' corduroy ribbed Hose, A
# extra value at 25c: this week ... L\JL
<$> <$>
A line of French ribbed Hose, double heel and toe, ICr*
for boys and girls, regular 2uc goods; this week lOC X
NOTE—Two Great Bargains in our
& <§>
<!> Wash Goods Department 4
First quality American Ginghams,
|> dress styles 0 3 C
<$> Second quality American Ginghams,
<|> dress styles" U4L A
W This entire sale is extraordinary.
X The careful buyer will find it to her interest to inspect *'
X these lines of goods. jr
I— , I
I N. B. Blackstone Co. I
T 17M73 North Spring Street. Telephone 2<,9. J
GEORGE E. GARD, ltlt^m Mlin No - 7I0 '
MANAGED. Booms 28 and 29 Moekagon Bloei.
This Aganey, being entirely lo- <H ftp , Capable and Rslisble Agents to
dependent of »ny Governmental, so all klnda of legitimate work
Uunioipal. Political or other In- ('V. Jfctorrfß*-? ) furnished ou e«ll.
fineness la preparod to undertnlco \ / tShT Honest and officiant work guar
eJl dsteetlva buiineaa Intruatsd to >sZ/ H enteed.
It by corporations, mercantile \X ALL CONSULTATIONS TBBA*
bouses, banks, attorneys and In- BD CONFIDENTIALLT.
?YlfcTi w P M *k!y |MflflMVEr $8000-* e^i«««^^^
Jl| V*** Ttstt last.year, of Lost Msnhood,
Nightly Emissions, and all :-m>inal w-akness of
jf|k} VH WwW*>£b heap* BeM any nature arising from disease, ev-r-mdulgence
V r fW or abuseof any kindof either sex HnvetheDrus
sisßM, .*» gist show you testimonials or address with stamp
sPWtfi IK « and we will pend them At* far EUlir tf T«ti, tttaaj
jjJfcajMi/U etosr. II per bottle, 6 for J5. soui undr-r a guaran-
ZZCSMhh tee to cure or moorv refunded Pre cared only by
a^'^AMkYrm^ a astttts nanki mm tn»»i i4;iu, u«s
For sale by THOMAS.« KhLIMITON, Cornar temple and spring atreets.
laterait paid on time deposits. We act as trustees, guardians, administrators, ass,
mfc daposit boxss torrent.
H. J. WOOM.ACOTT, Prsitdsnt; J. F. TOWKLII First Vies Prealdent: WARREN OIUStML
second Vloi President; JOHN \V. A. OFF, t ashlar; M. 11. I.KtVIS AnUtaat OasbtM
— — I—'1 —' 1 —' 1 —-— 11
Farmers' and flerchants' Bank of Los Angeles, Cal.
~.,„.,-.,,,„„■, st-.nonno I I tv. ilolima-j. Prsiidant: If. N\'. ilelt-nsu
Capi.al (paldup) S?????, Vloa-PrSildanti k. J. FlsUamitt, Cashiari 3
Euiplusand rcserrc $4-O,O0t) | nellinin, Assistant cashier.
Diiectors—\v. 11. ferry, O. W, Chllds, J. F. Franoli, fj, £. Thorn, c. Dii3o:nmun. 11. IT
Hellman, A. Ulassell, T. L. Purjue, I W. Hellman.
Special collection department. Correspondence invited. Eafs aspoilt DOSOI for re:i;
r' }•• C KI.OKKE, M. 11, SHERMAN, N. W, gTOWELI., T I". NEW US.
o* y johKbO-S, IUKO O. JOHNSON, JOHN M. C, MARHI.S. JoliN X, Mah BLR
v ' ■ ' A. UADLBV
Merchants' National Bank
W. L. GRAVES President
C. W. FLINT Cashier
W. H HOLI.IDAV Assistant (ashler
Capital, naid In gnid coin ItW.tWJ
burplus and undivided profits 58*22:
Authorized capital 500.0 M
L. tt. Breed. Tf. T. Newell, William 11. Avery,
Silas Huffman. W. 11. Hollidny, Wm, F. P.osby
ahell, W. L. Graves. Frank Rader, D. Renilclc,
Thomas tloss, E. P. BoabyahaiL
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
M. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVau
Prest. Vice I'ie.t. Caslimf
C. O. Harrison S. H. Mott K. H. Baiter
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler
Cor. Main o4 VlHi ats., lies Anseles, Cal.
raid up capital iflolWJU 00
Btirulusai.il undivided prollts :;t,■»-*•*; 5S
Viclor Ponpt .President; L. W. Rllnn, FirstVlCS
Frcßldeiit; C. N. I'lint, rtecnnd Vice President; M.
fi. Avery, Cashier; P. P. Schumacher, Atifiisiant
Cash tor. Directors—Dr. Joseph Kurtz. L. W.
Bllnn, Hugo Znber, C. N.Flint, It. W- Stoll. M. IS"
Avcrv, C. Brodle, Victor Ponet, 1. A. Lothian.
Emanuel Eyraud. Interest allowed on deposits
Honey loaned on real estate.
Junction of Main, Spring and Temple sts.
(Templa Block). Los Angles.
Capital paid up fion.mo
Uffioersafid dlwototfj i*. i». Dunne. President|
I. N, Van Nuvn, Vice Pftwdenl; J. V. Waohtati
cashier; H W, Kaapare conn, H.W,
O'MHveny. .1. R l anknranim, o. T. Johnson, Aba
Haas, w. 'j K*rckhnir.
am*,- Ifaansaij nn raal •flftl*.
. live aer csßt lut«t»»l oaM M terra. deposit*
Capital Mock t«0,»i»»
Surplus and undivided profits over.. 230,003
j. M. ELLIOTT. President.
W. O. KERCKHOFF, V, President.
ii. it. SHAFFUK. Ass't. Cashier.
J. M. Elliott. .T. D. Rlrknell,
F. Q. Stonr, H.Jevne,
J.D.Hooker' W. O. Patterson,
, Wm. O. Kerckhoft.
No public funds or other preferred deposits re
vived liy this bank.
United States Depository.
Capitol ISOO.OOJ
surplus 4a,5J0
Total •»«■*»
GEORGE 11. BONKBItAKE .....President
WARREN gillelkn Vice President
F. O, HOWES Cashier
E. W. COE Assistunt Cashier
George n. Bonebrake, Warren Glllelen. P. M.
Green, Charles A. Marrlner, W. C. Brown, A. W.
Francis™, E. P. Johnson.M. T. Allen, I.< . Hones.
This hank has no deposits of either the county or
rlty treasurer, and therefore no p.eferred creditors.
■r oi- imtatn sivrsas «»«rr.
230 N. Main su
J K. Plater, Pres 11. W, Hellman, V. Prea,
w. m. Caswell, Cashier.
D rectors—l. W. Hellman. J. E. Plater. H. W.
Hellman, t W. Hellman. Ir.. W. M. Caswell.
Interest paid on deposits. Money toloaaoaflret.
class real estate.

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