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RllV NOW HSsftcfl Men's B Calf Shoes; c 1 Crt * Ladies' Patent Leather Ox- f- A IWI £, X DU «y former price f2. 5 0, ibl.OU I fords; former price * 4 , i 51.50 12 A W egS 1 ISmB broken line price $ broken line price V l *™ « ff <oi. jg^ PILFERERS AT PASADENA GfcT AWAY WITH GOODS RANGING FROM GUNS TO DERRICKS Delphi Circle Members' Meeting—The Levant* Ing Shoemaker Traced to Pittsburg—ln create ol Attendance at Public Schools, Social and Personsl Notes Pasadena, March 24. —Petty thefts have been very ntiiiierotiß in Pasadena of late, and apparently most of them are commit ted by trays, the number of tough young sters seeming to be on the increase. Some days ago J. N. Lancaster, the candy man, arranged a neat little trap to catch the boys who were stealing from in front of his store, with the result that in a very short time the hell was rung by the theft of candy with a string to it, and the guilty boy promptly took to his heels With Lancaster in full pursuit. He was let off after being caught, though he manifested not the least repentance for his act. The officer* are on the track of a num ber of hoys who they believe were respon sible for a number of burglaries Saturday night. A quantity of tobacco, cigars and rhewinggum was taken from the stand of J.. H. Michener, Will Barto lost a set of harness, as did .). P. Reasoner; Samuel Allen missed a pair of painter's ladders; Contractor Klock lost twenty chickens, and Mr. Fesslerand neighbors were robbed of harness, garden hose and other articles. DELPHI CIRUI.F. MKETINIi At the regular monthly meeting of the Delphi circle last night at the home of Prof. A. L. Hamilton on Raymond avenue the following program was rendered: Pi ano solo, by Miss Laura Mosher; lesson, First Steps in Human Progress, led by Prof. Hamilton: American literature stud ies, by Miss Mellish, and the roll call, an swered by quotations from Walt Whitman. Discussions and conversation were enjoyed and Mr. and Mrs. Test of the Marengo circle were present as visitors. BREVITIES The summary renort of the public schools for the month ending March 20, compiled by Principal Graham, shows the whole number of pupils enrolled on the register to have been, boys 000, girls 051. Average number belonging, 1040; average dsily attendance. 1523; number of new pupils, 50. Miss May Owen, a waitress at the Green, met with a severe accident this morning at breakfast time, breaking several bones in Iter hand. She slipped on the smooth floor of the dining room, and in trying to save herself her whole weight came upon her bent hand. She was attended to by Drs. Macomber and Prittie at Dr. Hodge's hos pital. Albert Walker, the shoemaker who de serted his bride a short time ago, has been traced on his way to Pittsburg and will be brought here for trial on a charge of pawn ing a watch of a friend and bis wife's rings before leaving. He had.been married but two weeks when be left town. A party composed of ladies and gentle men chartered Wiley & Ureeley's tally ho today, and with George Greely on the driver's seat, went to Verdugo canyon. Among those in the party were Mr. and Mis. Luke of Wilmington, Del., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leithead, Mr. and Mrs. Rora back. Miss M. Holmes, Miss Deacon, Mrs. M. Miller, Mrs. Warner, Mrs. A. R. Thomp son, Mrs. M. L. Chadwick. Lewis J. Wells arrived yesterday after noon from the east. He is the father of K. Arthur Wells, whose death occurred Tues day at his home on Catalina avenue. Mr. Wells will start Thursday morning with the remains for Worcester, Mass. Misb Cora Olive Waterman died this morning on South Marengo avenue from consumption. She came here for her health about two inonthß ago. The re mains will be sent to Garden Prairie, 111., for interment. Thos. Klmere and John Moore, vags, were gathered in this morning and lodged in the jail to await trial when Recorder Hosslter returns from Lo* Angeles. The horse driven by Mrs. S. R. Lippen cott took fright while the lady was calling on South Orange Grove avenue last even, ing and ran away to AViley & Oreeley's livery stable, where the buggy waa some what damaged. The funeral of Miss Eastman, who died Saturday was held this afternoon in the parlors of Reynolds & Tan Nays' under taking r.ioms. Rev. H. T. Staats of the North Pasadena Congregational church conducted the service. Key. F. J. Culver, who was injured so seriously by tbe kick of a horse, is now ahle to be on the street again. Mrs. H. H. Markbam left yesterday for Palo Alto, where she will visit her daughter at Stanford. Hon. Howard Enowles and wife of Gr.lesburg, 111., spent yesterday with Dr. i oncer's family. Bishop Johnson of Los Angeles was in town yesterday, the guest ot Mr. Phillips of Palmetto drive. .Mrs. H. R. Hertel very pleasantly enter tained a party of her lady friends this afternoon. Mrs. F. E. Harding of Hotel Cireen is quite seriously ill. F. W. Mathison of Chicago has taken Dr. Collins' house on Esther street for the summer. Mrs. Jardine very pleasantly entertained several of her friends at euchre this after noon. The Stanford University Mandolin and Glee club ware guests at Hotel Green yes terday. Among the members were: Geo. Mane, W. A. Sunderland, E. G. Sewall, C. D, Deuker. C. B. Pinkham, L. E. Chee ney, L. V. Hinadell, G. Cochran, W. C. O'Neil, P. F. Abbot, E. 0. Leevaae, W. J. Schlacks, T. J. McGrew, J. B. Wilson, C. V. H. King, Thomas R. Code, W. L, Mc- Guire, G. W. Bush, W. T. Young, E. D. Bartholomew, J. B. Wells, J. W. Carhart. Mrs. Helen M. Gougar will lecture at the M. E. church next Saturday evening. Subject: Organized Muscle vs. Organized Money. Tick ets at Crillip's. 3t SAN BERNARDINO Gallardo Brings His friend Into Court—City Notes San Bernardino, March 24.— F. F. flal lardo was in court this afternoon along with his friend, Judge Charles T. Huse, the latter brought in from the asylum on a writ of habeas corpus. Gallardo is a Spaniard, but well versed in the law. The two old gentlemen, both of them with white hair, although Gallardo is still vigor ous, were seated at tbe table together, and as they studied the original commitment, which waa the only return made, they pre sented a picture not to be forgotten. The supervisors have decided to aban don the rockpile and so informed Sheriff Holcomb, under whose appointment .1 avez Hocking was employed as overseer. There are but four vagrants now in the jail, and the supervisors considered it economy to discontinue the work. H. R. Hochstrasser, manager of the Har vey eating house at the Santa Fe depot, was thrown from his bicycle and badly shaken up last night, the result of a col lision with a scorcher. W. D. Yeargin, who was sent in from Redlands under sentence of twenty days for "flimdamming," land who was charged with the same offense in this city, was re leased today, the lino having been paid and the charge dismissed. The interest and attendance at the Coun ty Teachers' institute, now in session at the high school, continues to grow. The program, as far as it has been presented, has proved a pedagogical treat. S. T. Black lectured last night and Prof. 0. P. Jenkins of Stanford, Prof. E. H. Griggs, also of Palo Alto, and Mrs. E. B, Purnell of Sacramento have delivered ad dresses today. President Jordan lectures tonight on The Stability of Truth. SAN DIEOO Teachers' Institute In Session Growing of Tobecco by an Expert San Diego, March 21.— The teachers' county institute convened in this city yes terday, with over 300 members present. Prof. Griggs of Stanford Cniversity opened, the session with an address on The Devel opment of Personality of Children. The institute will adjourn Wednesday evening, when a large number of teachers will leave on the Corona for Los Angeles to attend the convention of the Southern California Teachers' association. At the meeting of the city council last night an ordinance was adopted authoriz ing the city engineer to prepare the con tract with the Southern California Mount ain company to furnish this city with a complete water system and 1000 miners' inches of water per day. Mr. Halstead, an expert tobacconist of West Virginia, has secured fifteen acres near National City for the purpose of to bacco culture. Mr. Halstead believes that this section can raise aa good tobacco as Cuba. The local members of the Y. M. C. A. began a week of evangelistic services last night. The flagships Philadelphia, Monadnock and Albatross are still in port, but it is understood they will all take their depart ure the first week of next month. RIVERSIDE Riverside, March 24.—Mr. and Mrs. L. Pasco of San Francisco passed through Riverside today on their trip from San Francisco to New York on foot, by way of Yuma, El Paso, Calveston and New Orleans. Their expenses are to be paid by taking subscriptions lor a book descriptive of the trip to be compiled and printed after they arrive in New York. The wager is for $4000, and the trip is to be made in six months. Rev. Father Nunan of Los Angeles is visiting in this city with Rev. Father Mc- Carthy. Lawrence Middleeoff of San Jacinto was in the city yesterday afternoon looking after the interests of hia clients, the In dians charged with murder, Guavish, Rod riguez and Trujillo. The amplified degree will be conferred tomorrow evening by the local lodge of the Woodmen of the World. The second day of the Riverside county teachers' institute is passing off very pleas antly and profitably. POMONA Pomona, Cal., March 24.—The city trus tees met last night to receive tbe report of the committee on sewers aud to talk over the advisibility of calling a mass meeting to consider the subject. It is expected that the meeting will be called for next Tues day night. Emmons Marshall, who has for many years been a resident of this city and val ley, has received intelligence from bis old home in New England that his father had met accidental death from a fall. Mrs. L. D, Conner left this morning for a week's visit with her sister in Los Angeles. Try our port and snerry wines at 73 cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., Com mercial and Alameda streets. Telephone 309. See Electrlkure Ad Cancer completely cured. Scarlet fever cured in two days. Sufferers with rheu matism and cancer alsc investigate. Room 8, California Bank building. All pieces ol wallpaper jroauv rwlucei A A. Eckstrom, 3H Soutb during itreot LOS ANGELES HEBALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING* MABCH 25, 1896. SANTA BARBARA Preparstiona for Athletic Event! During the Flower Festival Santa Barbara, March 24.—The Aeld day events under the auspices of the llre meu will he a grand feature during festival week. Business men have offered valu able prizes for the various sports. The fire company has contributed $300, tiie citizens have given $400 more, making a total of $700 that will be expended in prizes alone. The contests will take place on Friday afternoon, April 17th, at the bicycle track, which has been put in fine condition. Amateurs will compete in the following exercises: One mile Chinese bicycle race, 100-yard run, 120-yard hurdle race, '-'20 --yard run, 440-yard run, one mile run, one half mile bicycle race, one mile bicycle handicap, five mile bicycle handicap, run ning high jump, standing high jump, run ning broad jump and pole vault. The great race for professionals will be the two mile bicycle handicap. This program was prepared by Washington Fire company No. 2, because of the failure of fire depart ments in southern cities and towns to train teams for the tournament which it was proposed to be held here by the Southern California Firemen's association. It is ex pected, however, that every locality will send representatives to the firemen's con vention which meets in this city on Satur day of flower festival week. RIVERSIDE Riverside, March 24.—1t has been fig ured out that by the late decision of the United States supreme court handed down Tuesday, affecting the tax cases of tho Central and Southern Pacific railroads, that Riverside county's proportion of what the Southern Pacific railroad w ill have to pay into the state treasury for the taxes of 18S7 will be in the neighborhood of $4000. Put this with the $130,000 to be received from San Bernardino county, and the county treasury will be full to overflowing. The Christian Endeavor union of San Bernardino and Riverside counties will hold its semi-annual convention in the Congregational church, Riverside, on Sat urday, March 28. The president ol the lowa State Endeavor union will speak at the afternoon session. A large number of mining claims were filed with County Recorder Gruwell yester day afternoon. Rev. T. C. Hunt and family will leave for their home in Eau Claire, Wis., Wed nesday, and a farewell reception will be tendered them at tho First Congregational church on Monday evening. Madame Materna and Ondricek were tendered a reception by the Rubidoux club Saturday afternoon. SAN PEDRO SAN Pedho, March 24. The Hanniman Fish company worked a full corps of hands eighteen hours a day all last week taking care of the large catches brought in by the steamer Isabel W. W. H. (.'rocker, John Sandstrom, C. Whack and Sam Bennett mado a trip to Los Angeles Saturday on their bicycles in one and three-quarter hours. The dis tance is twenty-eight miles. The Wilmington Transportation compa ny's steamer Warrior has gone to Pprt Los Angeles to be used there until the steam tug Collis returns from San Francisco. The steamer Isabel W. torlay brought in a large catch of pompatio, a scarce fish whicli commands 75 cents a pound. Mrs. Ordway of Hod lands, who has been visiting Mrs. Crittenden here for the past ten days, returned home today. The new residence of N. W. Tilton, on Ninth street, is about completed. SANTA MONICA Santa Monh a. March 124. -Today, the last to tile petitions for the purpose of placing of names upon the ticket, saw three names added to the list by the Pro hibitionists, Daniel J.Twitchell,Thomas H. Klliott and Henry K. Hubbard. These make eleven candidates for three vacan cies in the board of trustees. The churches have also taken a hand, the Methodist being behind the high licensn proposition, the Congrcgationalist behind the Prohibitionists, witli the l'resbyte,'ians, Catholics and Kpiseopalians taking- no action. The reforhi league has mads no nomination and will in all probability in dorse the ticket of the Prohibitionists. S. J. Witman and wife have left for Kansas City. The friends of I!. C. Gillis, proprietor of the Outlook, aro making a gallant tight, and it now looks as if he would be of the next board of trustees. VENTURA Vknti'RA, March - I. —The Caledonia so ciety has decided to hold a May d.iy cele bration at tiie Ventura race track this year. Among other sports they will have some bicycle races. A. 1). Briggs, proprietor of the City Meat market, has sold his business to Messrs. W. B. H. Weldon and Solon West, who Will take possession April Ist. Mr. Utiggs will go into the mountains on a prospecting trip. The Ojai and XordhoiT railroad commit tee held a meeting Saturday and numerous contracts for right of way were submitted and approved. Captain Cross will survey the line from Adobe hill to Nordholt this week, and if all things progress favorably and none of the ranchers get stubborn in regard to the right of way, the building of the road will Boon be commenced. Work on the new oil refinery plant is progressing rapidly. OF.ANGE Orange, March 21. -At the citizens' mass meeting held at the water ofllce yes terday the following nominations were made: Ciiy trustees, Fred Ablboru, U. F. Gardner. W. W. Pratt, C. S. Spencer, W. B. Wood; library trustees, J. P, lioring, E. W. Hardy, P. W. Ehlan, W. Paramore, Thomas Walmsley; treasurer, IJ. C. Fix ley; clerk, Joseph Beach. For marshal three nominations were nude, W. F. Geld erman, R. J. Tyfle and G. W. Pratt. John T. Gray, residing on Palm street, is on the sick list, J. H. Cain of Orange started for Kansas City yesterday, Mr. Oscar Yarnell of Orange and Miss Annie Puty of Anaheim were married on the 23d. AT THE HOTELS C. M. Sabin of Chicago is at the Nadeau. C. W. Barr of Chicago is at the Nadeau. G. W. Cook of Boston is at the Hollen beck. J. I. Gerson of Philadelphia is at the Na deau. J. C. Weeks of Cleveland, 0., is at the Nadeau. F. H. Wilson of Chicago is at the West minster. W. R. Allen of Tacoma is at the West minster. Charles I. Sawyer of Oakland is at the Nadeau. C. B. Wood of New York city is at the Nadeau. James Durham of Chicago is at the Hol lenbeck. Mrs. G, 0. Morrell of Boston is at the Nadeau, E. W. Potter of New York city is at the Hollenbeck. W. G. Wilson of Portland, Me., is at the Hollenbeck. Fred M. Campbell o! Oakland is at the Hollenbeck. C, B. Rogers of Kansas City, Mo., is at the Nadeau. John B. Ollinger of Lancaster, Pa., Is at the Nadeau. E, R. Godfrey of Milwaukee is at the Hollenbeck. H. Y. Cook of Rochester, N. V., is at the Hollenbeck. M. Dupuy of Trenton, N. J., is at the Westminster. C. P. Muoreman of Louisville, Ky,, is at the Hollenbeck. C. 11. Phillips of San Luis Obispo is at the Hollenbeck. Hamilton Gilmour of Palm Springs is at the Hollenbeck. E. F. Sanguiuetti of Yuma, Ariz,, is at the Westminster. L. H, Strceter of Wheeling, W. Va., is at the Westminster. W. A. Paulson of Minneapolis, Minn., is at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Brody of Chicago are at the Nadeau. C. M. Hewitt and party of four of Chicago are at the Westminster. W. P. Durkee and wife of Rochester, N. V., are at the Hollenbeck. W. W. Wells and 6. M. Wcgner of Chi cago are at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ferguson of New York city are at the Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. It. K. and G. I. Miller of Milwaukee are at the Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. J. IV H. Cunningham and two sons of Newcastle, Pa., are at the Westminstor. PERSONAL W. B. Francis, a prominent young mer chant of Acton. Ore., is in the city. J.T. Jacobs, who has been sojourning in Southern California for a few weeks, left lor his home in Ann Arbor, Mich., last night. Attorney Moye G. Norton lias gone to San Bernardino to try the damage case of L, Kaufman against Sheriff llolcomb of San Bernardino for false imprisonment. This is tho case which excited bo much comment last December. Kaufman is a well known merchant of this city. The trial is expected to occupy tho attention of the court for about a week. At Catalina Following is a list of the prominent citi zens of l.os Angeles thai aro registered at the Hotel Metropole, Catalina island: J. M. Keil'er. F. A. Sates, George B. McCann, Oeorge 15. Montgomery, George 0. Brit ter, F. W. King and daughter Gertrude, Mrs. M. G. Cook. Mrs. W. P. Wright. George Montgomery, a mining man from the Montgomery mining district, is a guest at the Metropole, Charles K. Herr of Dayton. Ohio, U.K. Lacy of Wilkesbarre. I'a., Hubert Lacy of Pasadena anil C, S. knapp of Pittsburg, Pa., made a catch of twenty-seven fish, ranging from two to nine pounds. RUPTURC Professor Joseph Fandroy, European specialist, formerly of Berlin, Germany, now permanently located at 821 South Broadway, Los Angeles, is a practical rupture specialist and manufactures tha latest patent trusses (his own invention) for curing rupture, also corsets for curva ture of the spine, female supporters, etc. Each case will be made to tit. Over forty almost helpless cases of from two to twen ty years' standing, some twico broken, aro today cured and have no more use for truss. Patients from two to seventy-ttve years of age. Information and testimoni als will be sont free on application. Two Parts Oxygen One part hydrogen are the constituents of pure water, but never found puro In nature. Puritan is pure, and live gallons only cost oOc. The Ice and Cold Storage Co. cf l.os Angeles. Tel. Leuoy Sam peddled vegetables without the required city license, and for the offense will answer in the police court to rt - JUSTICE OWENS' BUSY DAY He Disposes of sn Unusually Larue Number of Offenders Justice Owens had a great press of busi ness to attend to yesterday, and it required every minute of his time to dispose nf the job lot of drunks and vagrants who ap peared before him. His lienor was evi dently feeling badly, as only one case of intoxication was let off with a i.i tine, the usual rate. W. S. Morgan paid that sum and was glad to get off so easily. John Henderson and Peter McDonald were as sessed $5 each and John Cahill and Harry Murphy, failing to answer, had $5 each put up as bail forfeited. An old sol dier named Hut us Littlefleld waa allowed I to depart, no complaint being filed against him. Frank Wells and Martin Lyon, each received $10 or ten days, while the top notch sentence of all was that of Charles Blood, $50 or fifty days in jail, A man named Smith charged J. F. Cionin and J. 1). Hardwell with disturbing a religious meeting. It was shown that Cronin made ail tho row, Hardwell merely being a drunken looker-on. The latter was discharged, while his companero got $10 or ten days. John Deagan went to sleep in a restaurant while drunk and struck the policeman who attempted to eject him. It cost him $13 or fifteen days. John Koss will have a trial today on a charge of petty larceny. He is accused of making way with several suits of clothes and some cloth from a tailor siiop. l'eler Rochi, the Italian candy man, paid $2 for obstructing the street, while his compan ion, I'eter Comachi, was discharged. George Bloekenberg and John Vance had their trial for stealing plumbers' tools set for today at 1130, For violation of the laundry ordinance, Wong Bong and Wong Sins paid $5 each, and Ah Chee and Ah Mow $10 apiece. Austin Ronan, charged by Mrs. Mary Forstney with using vile language at Ala meda and Fifth streets, had trial Bet for today, and went out on $25 bail, he having $268 on his person when arrested, but re fused to pungle before. Two vagrants, Thomas Gorman and Albert Hubbell, were given thirty-day floaters, and Rosa Wilson had a 100-day commitment suspended f< r the same reason. May Richter will l c tried by a jury, April 9th, for vagrancy, and is out on $50 bail. Her •'mac,'' George Davis, had his case, with jury trial, set lor April Ith, but he was re leased on his own recognizance. ' t The barber shop disturbance of the peace in whicli Sam Christopher and E. R. Holman figured as principals, was heard and taken under advisement. Both men pleaded their own cause, and did it well. C. H. Downey got lull and raised cain in a sah»>n at Washington gardens, for which lie was assessed Slti or ten days. A colored man, H. L. Williams, en gaged in a dispute with two hackdnvers, Dolph Green and one Christie, and, they claimed, pulled a knife. This Williams denied. The row first started at old Mother Brown's road house, and was con tinued when all hands got into town. Wil liams paid $5. The percentage poker players, W. P. Bennett and 3. 11. Maupin, had trial set for the 27th at 10 :UO. They are out on $50 casli each. A battery case with three principals re sulted aB follows: .) oe Brown was discharged, Joe Smith had his $10 bail money applied, and Tom Han ley had his hearing go over until today at 2 p. in. Injustice Morrison's court a Chinaman named All Jim was held to the superior court In $1000 bonds for stealing a hatchet. Jim has a prior conviction hanging over his head, which makes his act a felony. Charles Frank, E, Henshaw anil Harry Pedler were adjudged guilty of disturbing the peace and heavily lined. George Frank was discharged. The crowd of boys •vent to a dance about a week ago and the Frank brothers took along their sisters. The latter were ordered out of tho hall, and over the insult which they thought had been offered to their sisters tlte trouble be gan. A man named Cone was the com plaining witness. He Finally Oot Enough An ancient Ir shumii, James McFadden, with a few drinks in him, called at the po lice station early last evening and bandied words with the olltcers on duty. Ho was sent away, but evidently continued to woo the flowing bowl, for at 1:30 this morning he was arrested at Alameda and Jackson streets for raising a disturbance. McFad den. ho of the historic name, will answer today, after he sobers up, to a charge of drunk and disorderly. Catalina Island Excursion, March ag, [Sq6 Most delightful of all trips. Tickets good returning until April Ist. Bound trip $2.60. Connecting train leaves Arcade dept at 1: 10 p. m. The Acme ol Purity is scientifically distilled water. Such is Puritas. Five gallons 50c, delivered. The Ice and ( old Storage Co. of Los Angeles. Tel. 238. A teamster named H. Leonard had his foot mafehed by being run over by a wagon wheel yesterday evening and camo to the receiving hospital for treatment. Tiie in jured toes were bandaged and ho was taken tohis home on Boyle Heights. A complaint for battery was yesterday sworn to by H. B. Rice of No. IIIIS Upper Main street, against Louis de Georges. The parties had a quarrel in which Kteo came out second best, and ho now seeks redress. A female vagrant, Sophia, Hensser, was brought to the police station shortly after midnight by Officer Walker. Not produc ing bail, she was locked up. Nothing contribute! more towards a sound digestion than the use ot Angostura Bitters, the celebrated ai>pcluer. For selling opium without a license Ah Jim was last night arrested upon a war rant. He pot only as far aa the booking clerk's desk when a countryman put up $100 cash bail for hia appearance to answer in court. 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HUItL UHttN Pasadena. HOTrl nIEIRCr ) OLc^L^nd BANTA CATAMMA ufiTCi noninii bahta mokica. e.rheis- MUICL nKUnUIn heart, Proprietor. UfiTCi tint i tuDcnv S^> ' ,l,> ' ,l AND second HUItL HOLLEHKuA Ms., Lo. Angelea. third BTS ABBOTTSFORUIMN s^^™" 0 " HOTEL PORTLAND jjj a 8 BPRISO " HOTEL BRUNSWICK Ame r lean-European plans. HOTEL HOLYROOD Cochrane, proprietor. Ttir nnuir.ii main and NrsTHBT., kiveb- Iflt IrUfTCLL side. E. J. Davis, Prop. HOTEL~CnRLTOir'?..P. o Jenr T co " 3 * At " HOTEL AVALOH aAWTACATAM,,A mm _x nervous, Wfißp] DISEASED WkJm* MEN, rotv mi o help. WHITE r. Ths most successful Prl* vateDlseasedoctorin thestate. Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Weakness, Ner vous Debility, Blood Poisons, Impotency. Varicocele. Skin and Kidney Diseases suc cessful lv treated. Medicine prepared in pri vate laboratory. Both Sexes consulted In cunlulfMice. Dr. White has no hired substi tute-—you see the Doctor only. Dr. White lathe Only specialist in the state who exclu sively treats private, nervous, and chronic diseases. Cures guaranteed in all curable cases. If you have: any Sexual trouble con sult Dr. White. Scientific Treatment. Rea- B son aMe charge?. Medicine sent to any ad' 9 dress, Dispen^arv, \2 N« rtli Main Sine. I Angelea. LO?T MANHOOD Quickly and Permanently Restorstl Celebrated £nousb Riubdt Tt .ssold on a > — J guarantee to cure any fl". m»Wm f«>rm tif nervous pros- m tratlouor any disorder j osfltf of the genitnl organs of eitLer sex, or used aatssVkKolaW Before* by exressiro use of After* Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on aecoust of youthfu. indisrretion or over ; ndulgenco etc., D'tziness, roovulsions, Wakefulness, Headaehs. IfantAl I)ppie«»ion, sSofteningof the Brain, Weak Memory, bearing Uown Pains, Seminal Weakness, Hyst?ria, Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhea, Loss of Power and Tmpotency, which if neglsslss« nmy lend to premature old age and insanity. I 'o-itivoly guaranteed. Price, $1.00 a box; 0 boxes forP.YiiO. i>ent by mailou receipt of price. A written /unranteo furnished with every $5.00 order received* b refund the money if a permanent cure is no* Slfectod. 'WI2RVTA UEDICINE CO.. Detroit. M*cb* for sfile by t.KO. li. FRKEMAN A CO., southeast corner Second and Broadway. BLODD POISON A SPECIALTY Syphilispermnuently cured in 16 to BAdays, You can bo treated at home for tho samspriofi under same jjunrauty. ll you prefer to come herf. we wIH contract to pay railroad faro and hotel bills, and no. rhnrge.if we fail tocure. If you have taken mor* cury, iodide potash? and sttll have aches an 4 pnins, M UOOOSVatrhe'a In mouth, Soro 'f hroat, FlmpleSa Copper t'olored Spots, Ulcers on nnv part oi the b >dy, Hair or Kyebrows foiling out. It is this Syphilitic BLOOD POISON that ws jtuarautco to cure. Wo soltcitthemoatohstl" unto 'r:t«ef» an?? the world for a> fttio wo cannot cure, -j his oiseaes has always gained. H.*' skin of the most eminent phyal- SlanSe BSOO,OOO capital behind our uneondt* ,i!ma! tr.iarantr. A bsol ut c proofs sent sealed osi ipplienrlon. Address ('OOR REMEDY COe, •07 Slaaouio Xomple CHICAGO. U*U Proposals rplIF BOARD OF DIRKCTORS OV THB 1 irit i Agrleulturnl Association No. tt. will re celve bids :it tbe offloa of the secretary, 187 N. Main ut,, until noon April slnd, istw, for the lease of ihe grounds known us Agricultural Park, together with tiii' 1 privileges thereto. Hids must he madp for one, i wo or three years, and a certified check of two hundred dollars (SSOIVt mnst accompany name, made payable to M. V. Brown, aeoratary. The lease to ml signed can be st'cn at the odice of the secretary dally from i :-io to z p.m. The board reserves tbe right to reject any or all bids, M. V. IiIIUWN, secretarj-, 18-21-22-28-25-27-29-1 IS7 N. Main. Assessment Notics XT OTIC;E Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT A, x\ meeting of the directors of the Los Nletos Ir i iyatlng Co., held February 29, 189«, assessment No. 11, of 80 cents per share, was levied upon the Issued stock of tbe corporation, due Immediately and payable to the secretary at Los Nletos. Any stock upon which this iisiessment shall remain unpaid April 2, 1806, will he delinquent and adver* Used for sale at public auction. Hv order Of i he board of directors, F. A. BANC HKZ, Secy., Mr 4-11-18*25 IjOs Nletos. PERRY, MOTT & CO/S LUMBER YKRD AND PLANING MILLS 136 Commercial Street, Los Angslss, Cal.