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WEDNESDAY, APRIL fa, 1890,
The little town of Norwalk has a new
paper, the News, which has just made
its appearance. It is edited by C. A.
Seay, and is bright and newsy.
The Iroquois Club held a grand pow
wow in their hall last night. The mem
bership was greatly increased, and it
was the most spirited and enthusiastic
meeting the Democratic braves have yet
held. This club is organizing for a red
hot campaign, and efficient service may
be expected from it as the time of elec
Indications multiply on all hands to
show that there is a restoration of confi
dence effected in Los Angeles, and as to
Los Angeles abroad. There is more in
quiry for real estate, and more nerve
displayed on the part of buyers, At the
same time holders are in many cases
withdrawing their property from market
for the time being, certain that there is
a better market near at hand.
Land is worth something in other
parts of the country as well as about Los
Angeles. C. P. Huntington of the
Southern Paeifi Company, has recently
purchased a farm of 300 acres, near Lex
ington, Kentucky, for which he paid
$39,000, or $130 per acre. Lexington is a
little city of less than 20,000 population.
Yet people say just as good land near
Los Angeles, a city of 80,000 population,
with a great future before her, is dear at
$100 an acre.
The anti-Waterman Republican papers
are exceedingly sensitive on the subject
of Waterman. They talk as if a Dem
ocratic paper had no right to speak of
the drift of sentiment in their party,
and because the Herald has seen fit to
let the public know that Waterman is
forging ahead,as is evidenced by his grow
ing popularity with the most sagacious
workers in his party, they lose their
temper and charge us with supporting
the aspirations of the Governor. Of
course they know better. As a news
paper, the Herald cannot ignore the
fact that Waterman is making a strong
and perhaps a winning fight for the
nomination. That is legitimate matter
for publication ; but it does not follow
because we show that Waterman's fight
appears to be a strong one that we de
sire to see him nominated or that we are
supporting his claims to the coveted
nomination. The fact is, the great
of Waterman is demonstrated
by the ferov'J oUS warfare the Republican
papers inimical to his nomination are
making against him,
Mrcn anxiety has been felt about the
low state of the bank reserves in New
York City; and this condition has been
accepted as an index of a very stringent
money market. But it appears that
there is at least a partial explanation
of this. There was a great increase in
the deposits and loans during the year
1889, while the cash on hand remained
almost stationary. Thus, in 1888, at the
opening of March, the loans were $3t>7.'
000,000, the deposits $375,000,000, and
the cash $107,000,000. This year the
•■ash remains $107,000,000, the loans
have increased by $42,000,000 to $409,
--000,000, and the deposits by $43,
--000,000 from $375,000,000 to $418,000,000.
In consequence the surplus reserve
over the legal requirement, which
two years ago was above $12,000,000, is
at present but a little over $2,000,000.
That this indicates the approach of the
banks to a margin too narrow for safety
is not necessarily the case, for that de
pends largely upon the character of the
loans. There is another element in the
situation that is changing more and
more every year. New York is no
longer the great controlling power it
once was in the finances of the country.
There are now a dozen great centers of
population and trade, each of which to
a large degree controls the finances of
Tm: temperature yesterday at tlnee
Eastern points was : New York, 32 de
grees ; Cincinnati, 32 degrees; Winni
peg, 18 degrees. At Chicago it was a
little better, the lowest point recorded
being 34 degrees. Thirty-two degrees is
the freezing point of water. It was
not warm here night before last, a
cold north wind blowing; but the low
est point the mercury touched was 42.
It takes precept upon precept and line
upon line, after the method of the obi
Hebrew prophet, to make us realize here
the perfect quality of our climate. There
is not its match in the most favored spots
ot the globe. For three thousand years the
climates of Greece and Italy have been
the theme for poet, and sage to dwell
upon in raptures. Los Angeles possesses
a better climate than either of those
countries. For ages the flower of the
human race sought a dwelling place in
those peninsulas of the Mediterranean
because of their climatic attractions.
Mankind has not lost any of its love for
sunny skies and balmy airs. Both
abound here, and here the flower of our
race will seek to found their homes.
This country will, in the near future,
teem with a prosperous, highly in
tellectual and happy people, and abiding
room on this part of the footstool oi the
Most High will be worth as much silver
coin as will cover the area.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1890.
THE COUNTY FUNDS.
There is one branch of .government in
which the Republican party beats any
legislators, statesmen or politicians that
ever tried to administer the affairs of a
nation, state, county, city or village.
It is something iti which the party
everywhere excels. No matter where
the party is found to power, there its
distinctive talent at once makes itself
felt. It may be in Maine or California,
it may be in Washington or Sacramento,
it may be in San Francisco or Los An
geles ;no matter where or in what
capacity, any body with a good Repub
lican majority has an opportunity to
show its hand, and it will show it to
"When Mr. Cleveland and his Cabinet
and a Democratic Congress stood aghast at
the surplus in the Treasury and the ever
growing proportions of these heaped-up
moneys withdrawn from the channels of
trade, every Republican in the country,
from that expert political manipulator,
Mr. Blame, through the strata where
political weather-cocks like Mr. Fitch,
the silver-tongued orate, and so on down
to the lowest stratum where the most
callow tyro of a hungry ward-striker is
discovered - 'at home," the cry was all
the same in marvelous unison and har
mony: "We can show you what to do
with a surplus."
They were all right. They can always
show you what to do with
a surplus. Even Corporal Tanner,
who lost nearly all of himself
on the battlefields of his country, ex
cepting his lungs, preserved that part of
his anatomy which taught him how to
deal with the surplus. Its proportions
did not trouble him. lie would not
have quailed before it had it been ten
times as large. He could have got away
with it all.
This talent of a Republican body to
' spend taxpayers' money never forsakes
the party under any circumstances. It
seems to be a matter of inheritance and
to come by intuition without any need
of the tedious science of political
economy to deduce dry principles from.
They get along well enough with no
principles of any kind in dealing with
j a surplus. They can convert any sur
plus into a deficit in the twinkling
of an eye, No matter how
! large the pile of coin is, the Republican
statesman, or even ward politician
valiantly, heroically attacks it and
makes it fly.
Behold the county funds of Los An
geles county! It is but the other
day that the tax-payers began pour
ing in a continuous stream, broad and
deep, into the Collector's office. They
piled up cash there to the tune of about
a million and a quarter by the last day
of the year 1889. All could not reach
the.desk that year to pay, so the stream
kept flowing in until the end of January.
February came and went, and still the
money kept piling up. At last the de
linquent property was sold for those
who could not pay, or who thought the
cheapest way out of a long difficulty
would be to give a rapacious Republican
county their property at once, and not
l)e bothered doing it peace'meal in say
three or four years. In all there was
paid in a gross sum of nearly a million
and a half by the taxpayers of this
I little county.
: The tax sales have but just been j
j closed. The Collector has.not yet had
i time to settle with the Treasurer, but
I has some $30 ! <.>yQ of tliQ taxes Htill in ]
i bane!. Bo tne fiscal year is merely well j
I begun. One would suppose the Treas-
I urer's vaults were simply bursting out
i with the great store of coin, and that all
| the "funds" were plethoric- of resources.
Deluded taxpayer do nc* make a mis
j take. The Board of Supervisors is Re
i publican. They have been exercising
| their talent, peculiar to their party, to
j some purpose. No surplus confronts
j the county board, albeit the fiscal year
I is but well begun.
Two of the funds in which the people
j are most interested are the current ex
pense fund and the general road fund.
The former gets twenty-live one hundred
and eightieths of all the taxes raised in
the county, and the latter gets thirty
one hundred and eightieths. The drafts
on the current expense fund for jury
fees and one thing or another run at
$12,000 to 1f15,000 a month. The drafts
on the general road fund run unequally.
Last month they ran at about $6,400, and
in February at about $5,500. The de
' mand on this last fund will be enormous
this spring, for all the bridges are out or
badly crippled, and the roads are in a
terrible condition, much worse even
than usual, and that is saying a great,
deal as any one knows who is al all
acquainted with them under normal con
Well, here at the very threshold of the
fiscal year there are in the road fund, or
there were at the close of business last
Monday, $3,724.20, and in the current
expense fund there were $8,020.22. Here
is less than .the demands for half of April
will come to! There are, to be sure,
$108,000 still to distribute, of which the
current expense fund will get $15,000, or
enough to carry the county until near
the end of May, while the road fund will
get a little more —sufficient to put in a
bridge or two, but utterly inadequate to
Now in the language of the geome
tricians (.J. E. D. And if it is not
proven by this exhibit that Los Angeles
county rejoices in a simon-pure Repub
lican Board of Supervisors with all the
party's great talent for dealing with
finances, with all Tom Fitch's ability to
"blow in a surplus," then there is no
truth in the philosophy that figures are
the vehicle of truth. The Republican
ism of our Board of Supervisors is be
The delegates that will attend the
National Editorial Convention from
the Southern California Association are
very certain that they w r dl be able to in
duce that body to meet here next year.
The Convention meets at Boston in Sep
tember. It would be a grand stroke for
California if the Convention could be
prevailed upon to meef! here next year.
It is composed of delegates from all parts
of the Union, and of journalists who rep
resent the most influential papers in all
parts of the Atlantic States. A body of
men whose descriptions of our section
and State would practically reach every
intelligent reader in the country east of
the Rockies, would certainly be well
worth having here for a brief season.
They would see for themselves the un
approachable advantages and attractions
of our State, and would at a stroke, as it
were, wipe out the prejudices that Itave
been raised against California l>y inter
ested and inimical writers. We have no
doubt that the Convention can he pre
vailed upon to conic here by i lie induce
ments that our delegates will doubtless
be prepared to offer.
The quarterly disbursements of inter
est by the Government and by corpora*
tions in all parts of the country will take
a good deal of money out of the vaults
and put it into active circulation among
the people. It will be in a very oppor
REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Tuesday, April 1, 1890.
Pomona I.hihl iiikl Water Co to4ohn lltillon—
! l&93acroH|in Ro San Jose, $3,064.
1' Beuudry in J II (tinier—Lots 16, IT and is,
; block 1, Park trt. $t,OOO. /
DeSoto Heights Land and Building-Co to F
' CSCarbutt—Con 8 to Kline, block 6; lots 3 to
; 11 inc. block 11; lots 5. (i, 7, 24, 26, block 17;
! lots 11, 12, 13, 20. 21. 22, block 24; lots 7 to 11
! and 36 to 32 luc, block 20, De Solo Heights trt,
i William R White to Mrs Margaret Moore—Lots
12 unci 111, block X of All SO trt, *2,000.
j Margaret-Moore to Lewis John Good—N part
I of lot 7, block 5, Brooklyn trt, $2,000.
W B Hanev to W R Ireland—Lot IS, block 14,
Electric Rv Homestead Assn trt,sl,ooo.
Geo m Danskin to Edwin N Fletcher—Lot 10
block 11. lots II! and 23 block 1!) and lot 2
block 33 > alifornia Co-operative Colony tract,
nnil lots 31 and 3. r > block 43 and lots 89 33
block 43 • learwater; $3,000.
Ilenrv Mart/ to Mrs Jennie Pershing— Lot 14
l'nrk Villa tract; $2,200.
Solomon Bell to Maggie J Roberts—Part lot 2
block 3 ceaudry tract; $2000.
Ccii M Danskln to j Helen, J Mcl) Lunt and it
<i Lunt—Lots "> and 8 block 35, and lot 5 block
; 34 California Co-operative Colony tract; $1,150.
lie Soto Heights Land 4 Building Co toJ.W
Hugus—Lots Ito 3 and 13 to 17 mcl blocks,
lots id to 21 Incl block 17, lots 6to 10 and 23
to 27 block 24. lots t23 46 6 3033 3436 36
37 38 block 26 De Soto Heights tract: $*,(>OO.
John F Turner and Charles E Day to Alraeron
B Stafford—Block A of Freer tract; $3,000.
Same to II A Smith unci Jane Mitchell—Block
b of Freer tract; $;i.OOO.
.same to Cyrus It Bradley—Block E of Freer
Same to Mrs Annie 1' Spencer—Block F of
Freer tract; $3000.
Same to R J Forsyth—Block 0 of Freer tract:
Same to W A Elngham—Block C of Freer
Charles E Day to John F Turner— t'nil int
in blocks 11 I and X Freer tract; $4,500.
Number transfers $1,000 and over, IS.
Number transfers under $1,000, 10.
Number nominal transfers, 14.
Total amount of considerations. $50,136. ■*
Note—Transfers of which the consideration
is less than $1,000 are not published in the
Ceo N O'Donnell, s F Cll Suddarth, city
I. GDowningit wf,Delta M J Breen, Guayiiias ,
BTConway,BantaPaulaT Dwyer, s Bernardino
HS Rice, SaiiFraneisco M llolligan, do
I'll Maher.lndianapolis W N Keogh, S Francisco
F A Palmeritw,Chicago Ceo 11 Crafts, Kcdlands
DrFolsom&wf, Arkansas R L Shepherd, San Fran
I) Posner, New York Geo S Filigree, Boston'
R C Breed, do X.l Builev. Raymond
E X Ellis, St Louis E W Hadl'ev, San Diego
Dr Nellie Heighle, S F «' W Rogers. do
Tl' Sutherland do Mrs W Wads worth, N V
Mrs E F Sutherland do Emily L brown do j
Jno Hamilton, Mmikuto E A Lessiir, S F
J Hanillton&wf, do J Mi-David, do
Alex It Lewis, Chicago E E Parmclee, N V
W Reynolds, Peoria 111 M F Boyle, Chicago
Jus W Miller, Chino 1' J Sexton, do
J M Kiimuiersou, tin Dr Jll Martin, Clearw ,
S Cnro, N V F Parmelee £ Wf 111
J .1 I'uzv it w.Bcaunionlcfeo Type it w San B
Miss Pusy, do G P Cobb. Rocklord, 111 1
I B Hftiens, San Luis Oil 1) Spaulding, do
I' H liver, Detroit R A Lockwood, lowa t
II Erie'kson TO W d Adams, Sup, Fran |
C W Rogers, San Diego U Marx, do
X W Hadlev, do Jl. Marks, do i
X Manvlcii &w, N V R w Bummers, dv j
J E Beal, do B X Saunders, do
J C Italy,, Ventura J B Davis ,t w, N V
(' A Patterson, Yuma G H Holland it wMo
Miss Welcoxson, Mo Miss Holland, do
Preparing for a Big Building.
Ground was broken yesterday al the i
corner of Spring and Third streets, pre- |
paratory to the erect-ion of the big build-; i
ing of the Messrs. Hammell & Denker. j
The lot is 120 feet on Spring by 166 on j
Third. The structure will cover the
whole of it. The excavation of the eel- j
; lar is thus begun, and there will be no
I cessation of work until the building is
ready to occupy.
A Feline Solar Spectrum.
A man of Morgan county, Ohio, has a
cat which is known by the neighbors as
the "solar spectrum." From the tip of
its tail to the end of its nose there are
distributed all the colors of the rain
bow. Its nose shines like a carbuncle
and there are several shades of violet on
The following telegrams remain un
j called for at the Western Union telegraph
office, corner Court and Main streets,
I April 1, 1890: Mrs. Christina Norris,
! Mrs. J. L. Maginnis, Mrs. E. R. Bath.
J Thos. R. Monell, Geo. E. Place.
The "Herald's" Business Directory.
Elsewhere in the Herald appears a
classified business directory which should
be carefully read by everybody. The
recent changes in the names of streets
and numbers make such a list especially ;
valuable just now, and for the conveni
ence of their customers every business
firm of any importance should be repre
sented. The list will be published daily
in the Hkkai.d and additional and nec
essary corrections will be made as
Notice to Notaries Public.
A.t the request of many of the mem-
I hers of the Notary Association, I hereby
call a meeting of all the Notaries Public
lof Los Angeles, to be held at the court
room of Justice Savage's court, in
j Temple block, on Thursday evening.
i April 3rd, at 7 :. - i0 o'clock.
| Business of mutual importance will be
considered, and every notary of the city
jis earnestly requested to be present.
J . M. Damron.
President pro tent.
W. K. Beeson will sell the New Quaker
I Restaurant, :>")") Soutli Spring Street,
j Thursday, April 3rd, at 10 a. m., one
j range, chairs, tables, linen, silverware,
etc. Ben. O. Rboadeb,
Microbes, the Germ of Disease.
( ome to our office and receive Information re
garding the cure of your disease. Office, Jo9'.,
j THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For
sale by C. F. Hcinzeman, 122 North Main street.
Los Angeles Rubber Stamp Co.
Will remove to 224 West First street, April Ist.
Fine Gold Wall Paper.
New styles, 12! f:. a roll. 237Ji S. SPRING ST.
Try "Pride of the Family" soap.
I, U MBA Gr O.
" |U^^^B^ the parts freely witfi
St. Jacobs Oil. It is commonly known as:
BAC KACH E .
Victoria, Tel., June 22,1588.
I was in bed two months with backache;
suffered about three months. I was cured by
j St. Jacobs Oil permanently; no return in 14
months. U. W. JEFFERSON.
At Druggists and Sealers.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore. Md
Flats—lo-rootn, 207 West Seventh street.
I Two Flats—6 and 7-room, 626 Grand avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh streets,
j Flats—S-room, 111! West Sixth street, between
Spring street and Broadway.
Five Cottages—Maple avenue and Seventh
Stoics —10S South Main street, neat Fourth
Stores—l IS West Sixth street,
i cellar—426 South Main street, light basement,
j Hull—4 16 South Main street, 40x60.
Forty inch Pitts Separator. 20-horsepower
Enright's engine. 3 headers, nearly new and
In complete running order. Will be sold for
one hull cost or exchanged for land or stock.
Apply to OWNER,
426 S. MAIN STREET. mils 1 m
123 South Spring St. (new number 110.,). first
stairway below the Nadeau hotel.
Cold filling $2.00 to $10.00
Gold alloy tilling 1.r,0 to 5.00
I White tilling for front teeth 1.00 to 2.00
Silver or amalgam filling.. 1.00
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK.
Cold and porcelain crowns. ..$ 5.00 to $10.00
Teeth Willi no plate 10.00 to 16.00
| Gold plates. Ist quality $30.00 to $40.00
I Silver plates, Ist quality . 20.00 to 30.00
Rubber plates, Ist qualftjy. 10.00
Rubber plates, 2d quality . .. S.oo
: Rubber plates, 3d quality 6.00
, With vitalised air or gas $1.00
[ With cocaine applied to gums 1.00
Regular extracting 50
Regulating and treating teeth and gums and
other Operations at lowest prices. All work
guaranteed. Office hours from 8 a.m. to 5:30
p. in. Sundays 10 to 12 a. m.
All parties having work done to the amount
0155.00 or more, can have their teeth cleaned
ADAMS BROS.. Dentists,
23 South Spring St., next to Nadeau hotel.
Be sure you see the name "Adams Bros., Den
tists," on the door. m9-12m .
"ROCK A WAY"
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE,
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
MIKE SIGLEE & TV. VUICH, Props.
i 231 \ortli Main St., opp. Conuuerfial St., Los Angeles. Cal. •
OYSTERS in EVERY style.
I Neatest Place in the City. Private Rooms for
Ladies. No Chinese Employed. ap2-lm
C HEAP HAY
I CENTINELA RANCH.
i A large quantity of baled hay, slightly dara
i aged by water, for sale to parties who will haul
it themselves, for $3.50 per ton.
D. FREEMAN. Centinela.
i Or, Room 9, Burdick block, cor. Second and
Spring streets, Los Angeles. mar26-7t
CARPET CLEANING CO.
i:xi'i;i v i ionc ioi) wokksiux.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. I
Fourth and Broadway. Telephone
EDUCATIONAL, ~ !
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING," TELEG R\
-0 phy. LoNGI.EY INSTITUTE, 126 W. First '
St., the only school in the city in which these
arts are taught by competent gentlemen,skilled
in their profession. Terms moderate. ELLAS .
LONGLEY, 30 yearsa reporter, W. H. WAGNER,
stenographer and telegrapher. al-6m
MRS. NANNIE TEACHER OF
Singing, Piano and Guitar. Special rates
to beginners. ROOMS 11 AND 12 Postofficc
, building. nils tf 1
j rpHE SISTERS OF THE HOLY
J. have opened a boarding and select duy '
school at Ramona. Cal.; the site of the iustitu
-1 tion is uuequaled; the course of instruction is
of the highest grade. Address for terms SR.
! SUPERIOR. 125-11 in
CADEMY OF PICO
Heights—Conducted by the Sisters of Im
maculate Heart.' The scholastic year comprises
two sessions of five months each. The first
session commences on the Ist of September
and the second on the Ist of February.
Pupils are received at any time during tlie
year. Their session commences from the date
.of entrance. For further particulars apply on
the premises, or at the CATHEDRAL
j SCHOOL, Los Angeles st. The above house is
the novitiate of the order. ml 5m
OS ANGELES HCsTness COLLEGE AND
j English Training School, new number. 144
18. Main st. Experienced teachers; complete
courses.of study. D. B. WILLIAMS, Print l'22tf
OCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL,
n Engineering, Surveying, Architecture,
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILI.EN,
723 Market St., San Francisco. mlO-tf
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE -
TT —A ND—
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
150 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
sessions day and evening.
For particulars, call at office or address
: >20-ly F. C. WOODBURY, Principal.
, / VFFICE OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC
fXJf Railroad Company, Sun Francisco, March
1 18, 1890—The annual meeting of the stock
-1 holders of'the Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany, for the election of Directors for the ensu
ing year, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be brought before the meeting,
will be held at the office of the company, in the
: eitv of Kan Francisco, State of California, on
Wednesday, the 9th day of April, 1890, at lo
o'clock, a. in. J. L. WILLI'UTT, Secretary.
abstracts! < '
vbstract and title insurance < om
pany of Los Angeles, X. W. cor. Franklin
uud New High streets. m! 7 9m
/ i H. BROWN. ARCHITECT. OFFICE, BRY
son-Bonebrake block, 3d floor, rooms 42
mid 43. | ml4-tl
BELLEVUE LYING-IN HOSPITAL IS NOW
open, under the management of Mrs. Dr. J.
11. Smith. Patients can have their choice of
phvsioians, and the best of cure is given. Mid
v. ifery a specialty. 145 Uellevue aye. ui2Btf
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK.
1-HIR SALE—BURRO. INQUIRE AT ROOM 4,
California Bank building. ap2-lm
I V)R OF THE CELEBBATED
T Wyandotte fowls at 844 W. TENTH ST.
ISIDORE B. DOI'KWEILER, ATTORNEY AT
| 1 law, rooms 10 and 11, Brysdn-Bonebrake
i block. fel9 6m
L. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COIIN~
• selor at law, 117 New High street, rooms
| 7 und 8, University Bank building, Los Angeles,
| CaL rrtf
George U. Smith. Thomas L. Winder.
Henry M. Smith.
SMITH, WINDER & SMITH, ATTORNEYS
at-law, will practice in all the State and
! Federal Courts. Offices: Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4
University Bank building, 117 New High sf,
| Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone No. 533.. ml4tf
11 T ANTS, PERSOXALS AS'D OTHER AD- j
T v vcrtUemcnts unelrr the following heads ih- I
serted at the rate of 5 seats per line for each I
intrrtion, or SI a line per month.
tr ANTED—A CATHOLK! TEACHER WMO
11 speaks both German and English. Apply
at the GERMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH,corner
Sanlee and Twelfth sts. upl-tf
TV A A YOUNG MAN OF IX
> » questionable position and character, board
and loosing In a private family, between Main,
Ninth. Grand avenue and Temple streets. Please
address g. w. BROWN, general delivery, city.
! aytay '
WAN 'TED—HORSES TO PASTURE; BEST
m pasture in Hie county; plenty 01 water;
man in attendance; hcrses called for and deliv
ered Without extra charge. W. E. HUGHES,
room 10, 107 N. spring st. inrld-tf
M ANTED—ReaI Estate.
«\' AN TED—THE CHEAPEST I.OTON IIIE
'I clean side of Hope, Flower or Grand, or
between Grand and Main; the buyer will put a
tine house on it. J. C. OLIVER. 106 & Broad
way- n p2-2t
r pu HOUSEKEEPERS—SUGAR. 16 LBS. OF
I. brown or 13 lbs. white $1; 4 lbs rice, sago
or tapioca, 25c: 13 lbs. white beans 25c.: starch
4 packages 25c.; Arbuckle coffee 28c.: germea,
! 20c.; pickles, 10c. a<|t.; 10 lbs. cornmeal, 15c;
i good black or Japan tea, 35c; can gasoline,
00c.; coal oil, 90c.; sack flour, 80c.; 10 cans
salmon, $1; 3 cans corn or tomatoes, 25c; 11
cans fruit. $1: 6 lbs. raisins or prunes, 25c;
nectarines, OC a Ih.ijams und jellies, 10c a
glass; 40 bars soap, $1; baoon. lie; hams, 13c;
; pork, 10c. ECONOMIC STORES, 509-511 S.
[ Spring st. Telephone 975. mars-lm
• "Vf ISBING MAX—WANTED TO KNOW THE
.»! whereabouts of William Newman, last seen
; in l,os Angeles on or about September 18, 1888;
j height about 5 feet 8 inches; 65 years of age;
blue eyes, grey hair, beard and mustache; wore
beard cut short. Address all information to
Los Angeles, Station C, box 442. ap2-lt*
HI 1)ING SCHOOL FOR LADIES AND CHIL
i dron, 814 Grand aye.. Telephone 730;
ladies' and gents' No. 1 saddle horses to let at
reasonable rates; first-class double und single
turnouts. S. G. WETHERN, Prop. marS-tf
DIVORCE" U\W A SPEC3TLT~Y\ ADVICE
free. W. W. lIOI.COMB, atlorriev's office,
24 West First st.. rddnis 10 and 11. 'm29-tf
DON'T DISPOSE OF YOUR CAST-OFF
clothes until you try Morris, who always
pays full value for gentlemen's clothing; orders
by mail promptly attended to. Be sure to look
for sign. "Morris," 110 Commercial st.
1 1ERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY
I body How to make and save money. Read
the class, ed advertisements in the Herald
. daily, A few cents spent in an advertisement
may make thousands of dollars for you. You
j may procured situation; sell your house and
lot; rent your vacant property; buy a paying
business or sell to advantage; loan your idle
money or borrow cheaper than from agents,
and in a thousand different ways use these col
umns lo advantage. On this'page ndvertise
nieuta are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A DAY.
Bureau will furnish re-
liable and expert detectives
lo private persons on short
"' ftMaar-aafc*' notice; we investigate all
classes of crime; locate
missing parties; obtain evi
dence in civil and criminal actions; and all
other legitimate business attended to with dis
patch. All transactions strictly confidential;
best of references given when required; terms
reasonable. Address all communications to
THOS. MCCARTHY, Supt., Room 38 Wilson
DANIEL WEBSTER'S UN IT AH IA NI HM. IX
his famous speech in the Girard will case
I this distinguished statesman held that the
: highest morality is inseparable from faith in
the divine authority of the new testament. After
; writing the pamphlet "The Gospel Against
Unitarianism Reviewing Dr. Fay's Orthodox
Leaders Embracing Unitarianism," J. B. Jones
was glad to be found in such company. Read
his tract, which is just to all. uncharitable to
none, and endorses the statement, "Ineverv
nation he that feareth God and worketli
i righteousness is acceptable to Him." apl-lt*
AT HAZARD'S" PVvTIIOX WEDNESDAY
night. April 2d, a fast race by skaters, of
three heats, best two out of three, open to all.
A purse to the winner. Skating continued
j thirty minutes later to compensate skaters for
! lost time. First heat. 8:30; second heat, 9
o'clock; third beat 9:30. Admission free to the
gallery. inar3l-2t t
jnOR RENT—IS ROOM DWELLING. PARTLY
I furnished, near business center. Apply lo
POHLHAUB il SMITH. 126».. N. Spring st.
I7VOR RENT—FOUR HOUSES; ONE TEN
room house, three four-room houses with
stables. Ini|iiirc at 77 EAST PICO ST. apl^ffi-*
T7«OS RENT—COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS;
J• unfurnished; close in. Inquire at 213
s. ifTT.L ST. opl-tf
FOR RENT—ELUS~COI.LEGE BUILDING.
Inquire of Whltmer Bros.it Co.. room 4,
California Bank building mar 22 lm
LtOR RENT—HO USES AL LOVE R THE (' ITY.
V C. A. SUMNER it C 0..7 S. Fort st. mlO-tf
FOR RENT—CITY PROPERTY.
RENT—FROM 1 TO 50 ACRES, AO
-1 joining Southern Pacific grounds. eaßt side
Alameda St., between Seventh and Ninth, suit
able for manufacturing establishments, lumber
yards, etc.; long lease given. Apply to T.
LEAHY. Alameda st. marll-lm
IjWR RENT—SIS A MONTH:" CHEAI'EsV
brick stores in the city; Leon block, Wil
j uiington street, near Rcquena; also two cottages
in rear; good entrance; Clie of five and one of
four rooms: $10 a month each. Key with J.
; BROWNSTEIN. Jucoby's clothing house. Los
Angeles st. mar 20-14t
RENT—NICE, SUNNY UNFURNISHED
rooms, for light housekeeping. Apply to
MRS. A. E. ADAMS, 46 and 48 ituenu Vista st.
1 TnOR RENT — TWO FURNISHeI) FRONT
X rooms in private family; bathroom free.
520 S. Spring st. " mar23-lm
FOR RENtT " ~
ISOK RENT—HAY LAND, FOR ONE THIRD
share of the crop or otherwise. Apply to
; D. FREEMAN, Centinela, «ir room 9, Burdick
block, city. upl-6t*
FOR SALE—City Property.
1.-'OR SALE — 108X160 FEET BUSINESS
property, at 332 E. First st., can be hail at
v bargain if sold before June Ist. upl-7t
.777 ~ ~ for saleT ~
sale—petaluma incubator. 120-
JF egg si/.e. flail at house, lyittle Rock st., cor.
South st.. two blocks from Central aye., between
Fourteenth and Sixteenth sts. apl-2t*
SALE OR EXCHANGE — CHARCOAL,
the best quality,jit No. 650 Castelar street.
ANTONIO PASSERINI. mr2s Ira*
IriOß SALE—FINE UPRIGHT PIANO, $135;
1 also one for $225, elegant ease. PACIFIC
LOAN Co., 1241;; S. Spring St. mr22 tf
SALE—SOO,OOO BLUE GUM TREES AT
' $6 per 1,000, in boxes of 100. Corner
j Seventh und Spring sts. H. WIESENDANGER,
mar 1 I 1 111
I3GRSALE— AN ELEGANT UPRIGHT PIANO,
' nearly new, for $250. PACIFIC LOAN
| CO.. 124,'ij S. Spring st. = mar9-tf
! T7OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—NEW AND
IJ? second-hand safes at bottom prices. 158
N. Main St., W. B. SCARBOROUGH & 00.
FOR SALE—Country Property.
I-VIR SALE—BARGAIN $6,500; 13 1-5 ACRES
and cottage, Pasadena foothills; good soil,
suitable for all kinds of fruit; water piped and
hydrants on the land; terms easy, or will take
I city property for one-half and give time on
balance. Apply to owners, STIMSON BROS..
! 123 W. Second st. upl-3t*
IMPROVED RANCH—IO ACRES ORANGE
land. $3,000 cash; worth $6,000. 8. B.
GORDON, room 28, Brvson-Bonebruke build
RANGE LANDS FOR SALE CHEAP; TO
close an estate: 30 acres of finest orungeland
in Duurte; 6 acres in liearing orange trees; 4
acres in vines; a good house, barn, etc; the
finest water right in Los Angeles county. For
particulars apply to MORTIMER <t HARRIS,
78 Temple block, attorneys for vendor.
margg l m
j "L?OR KALE—A BtTTCBER SHOP: DOING
Ijl good business. COR/ FIRST AND ALA
| MEDA STS. mar7-lm«
TO~ EXCHANGE. ~
rfi6 EXCHANGE —EQUITY IN HOME ON
I Flower St. r(No. 732), lor cheaper place in
city or mr3o-7t*
TO EXCHANGE—ORANGE AND WALNUT
land under a good water system, for city or
choice Eastern property. MEAD & CHAPTN,
34 N. Spring st. mar 9-lm
7 TO 7 LOAN AT It. O. LUNT'S
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
Cor.FirstA Broadway, ttedick block, Los Angeles
Agent for the
/HERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Francisco. m2O-lm
IJACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
In any amounts, on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos
Without removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins,
bicycles, hones, carriages, libraries or any prop
erty of value; also on Furniture, merchandise,
etc., in warehouses: partial payment! received,
money without delay; private offices for con
sultation; will call if desired; W. B. Degroot,
Manager, rooms 14 and 15, No. 124-.. South
i Spring st. "fc3o
ONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE OR SMALL
stuns, on city or country property; on good
inside property aid percent, net.. I. C. OLIVER,
io:>s. Broadway, mr3o-3t*
| /CALIFORNIA MORTGAGE AND LOAK.OO.,
\_J loans money on anything that has a value;
buys notes, mortgages, bonds; iloes a general
brokerage business. Rooms 4 and 5, Perret
j building, cor. Third and Spring sts. murS-lm*
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY AND COUN
try property, by GEO. 8. ROBINSON, 215
i W. First st. mars-tf
ONEY TO LOAN ON PIANOS AND ORGANS
only, or same bought for cash. 1. 'B.
j O'CONNOR,. 123 E. Second St.. city. marlO-im
ONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DlA
monds, watches, jewelry, pianos, seal
-1 skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles, mortgages
I and all kinds of personal and collateral security
| 402 S. Spring. mlB-6m
! rpo LOANV
| $1,000 t« $100,000. Bonds, mortgages and
dividend-paying stocks bought.
: At the Main-street Savings Bank and Trust
Co. J. v. LANKERSHIM, President.
m!3-tf 320 S. Main St.
fUUI TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED
rn?trtJVJ»\fUV city and country- property; low
est rates; loans made with dispatch. Address
the Northern Counties Investment Trust, Ltd,
FRED. J. SMITH, Agent, Pomona, Cal.
!I) W. POINDEXTER. 25 W. SECOtfl) BT
| JA>» Loans on good city or country property,
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—C. A.
SUMNER & CO., 7. S. Broadway. f2O-tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN'SUMS TO SUIT—I .
SCHMIDT, No. 100 W. First st, Room 13.
311(10 (Win TO W>A»-A. J. VIELE, 38 S.
Spring st., Room 4. m3otf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE—MOR
TI.MER & HARRIS, attornevs-at-law, 78
Temple block. iu22-tf
DR. JOHN \V. REESE GIVES SPECIAL AT
tention to Orthopedic and Plastic Surgery;
treats surgical diseases and deformities, such
las Hstula, stricture, piles, fissure, chronic, ul
cers, cancer and all tumors, varicose veins,
hare-lip, strabismus or cross-eyes, chib-feet.
wry-neck, curvature of the sp.ne, diseases of
bone, etc. Office, lOfik N. Spring st. Hours,
jlotol2 a. in., Ito 4 and 7to9p. m. m23tf
REBECCA LEE DORSEY, M. V. bS'ICE
No. 7' a N. Main st. Special attention given
to obstetrics and gynecology. Telephone 513.
Gj EO. TAYLOR STEWART, M. P., OFFICE,
I 250 S, Spring st., 11a. m. to 3 p. m.; resi
dence, 2371 Thompson St., 8to!»a. mi Tele
DR. ELIZABETH A. FOLLANSBEE, OFFICE
and residence, 340 S. Broadway; office
hours, from 11:30 a. m, to 2:30 p.m. Tele
phone 737, m24tf
R. WM. CHAPMAN, 232 N. MAIN ST.,
Mascarel block. Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.;
2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. mar2o-tf
DR. DAItLiNG~OCULLST AND AURIBT,
Office 229 W. First st. Office hours, 9a. m.
'_' * P- m. altf d&w
MRS. DR. MINNIE WELLS, FIRST LADY
licentiate of Kentucky; 9years' successful
practice in this city in discuses of women; has
in connection with her practice electro-thermal
buihs. Office 502 s. Broadway, cor. Fifth st.
CHAS. W. BRYSON, M. D.—DISEASES OF
women a specialty. 44.. S. Spring St.,
rooms 2 and 3. Telephone, office, 790; resi
j denee, 798. . jutf
OR. JOSEPH KURTZ, 205 N. MAIN ST
Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m., 4to 0 and 7
| to 9 p. m. m26-tf
DR. CHAS. DE SZIGETIIY. M. D„ HAS
returned to the city and resumed his
1 practice. Office und residence, new No. 415
IS. Main st.; office hours, 1 to 4 p. m. and after
7p.m. Telephone 1,056, m2l-tf
R. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF
women a specialty: rectal discuses treated
iby the Rriukcihorl' painless system; office,
Corner Main and Seventh sts., Robarts block.
DR. c. E. CLACIUB HAS REMOVED HIS
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 S. Spring st.
Hours, from 11 v. m. to 2p. m. Specialty-
Sexual and skin diseases, chronic diseases in
nits. c. H. PARKER AND F. M. PARKER,
dentists. Third and Broadway. I'2o-lf
I rpOLHURST, DENTIST, B'£ N. SPRING ST.,
JL rooms 2, 6 and 7. Hours, Bto 5.
; Gold tilling, inn $2 up, I Porcelain crowns, $5.
Silver or amalgam. 11. Gold crown, $5 and up.
Plates, from $4 to $10. | Extracting, 50c; with
gas or air, $1. Bridge work a specialty. j2O-tf
DR. J. M. WHITE,
, DR. E: L. TOWNSEND,
41 South Spring street.
First building north of Brvson Bonebrake block
Telephone 138. fl9 tf
RG. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED
• to No. 31 N. Spring sL, rooms 1 and 2,
Phillips block, Los Angeles, Hal. flotf
1882 established 1882
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
sts., Wilson block; take elevator; room
36; teeth filled without pain; aniesthetic per
fectly harmless; all kinds of dentistry done and
teeth extracted positively without pain. m4ti
DR. U.S. WALKER, (LATE OF ST. LOUIS!,
nomceopathist; office, 130 s. spring st.;
hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 2to4p. m. fls-3m
SS. SALISBURY, M. ])., HOMiKO PATH IST.
. Office, rooms 11 and 12, L. A. Bank build
ing, cor. First und Spring sts. Residence, 648
S. Pearl st. Office hours, 11 a. in to 3p. m. Tel
ephone Nos.: Office, 597; residence, 577.
DKS. BEACH & BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
Bto 12 m., 1 to 4 and 6toBp. m. Dr. Bovn
| ton's residence, 735 Olive st. fd9-tf
I' SAAC FELLOWS, M. D., HOMEOPATHIST.
Office hours, 11 to 12 a. vi.. 2tosp. m.
[ Office, Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' building, Los
Angeles, Cal. Residence, 508 South Main st.
BURLINGTON ROUTE EXCURSIONsT TO
the East, every Thursday, via, the Denver
and Rio Grande railway, through Salt Lake and
Denver; grandest scenery in the world; tourist,
cars, fully equipped; conductor and porter in
charge. Information cheerfully- given by mail,
or at our office, 126 S. Spring st., Los Angeles.
T. H. DUZAN, agent ap2-tf
CANT A FE ROUTE STILL. AHEAD OF ALL
competitors, both In time and distance, to
all points East. Special tourist excursions East
every THURSDAY. For full information, ap
ply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A.
Warner, Exc. Manager, 20 N. spring. altf
/10 EAST VIA PIIfi.LIPS SELECT EXCUR
VT SIGNS; lowest rates and best accommoda
tions. NO. 140 N. SPRING ST. mr27-tf
. \I7INTER TRAVEL—F<)RTNIGHTLY TOUR
jIT ist Excursions—Organized and conducted
by the Southern Pacific Couipunv, via the Sunset
Route. New Orleans. Birmingham, Chattanooga
| and Cincinnati, to Boston, New York, Philadel
phia and intermediates.
Through service of Pullman Tourist Sleepers.
Parties personally conducted by a Southern
j Pacific employee.
Sleepers have improved heaters for light cook
ing and tea and cofi'ee.
! Adjustable lunch tables in cverv section.
! Leave Los Angeles March 14th and 28th;
April 11th; May 2d and 16th, JB9O.
For further information apply to any Agent
Southern Pacific Co., or to the General 'Passen
ger office, No. 200 S. Spring St.. cor. Second, Los
Angeles. Cal. C. 11. WHITE, Ticket Agent; J.
M. CRAWLEY, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent; T. H.
GOODMAN, G. P. & T. A.; R. GRAY, Gen'l Traf
j lie Mgr.; A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Mgr. fls-2m
OCX ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS - VIA
Denver and Rio Grande R'y, "The Scenic
I Line of the World," leave Los Angeles every
! Tuesday via Salt Lake and Denver. Pullman
: Tourist Sleeping Cars fully and elegantly
! equipped. Solid Vestihule trains between Deri-
I ver, Kansas City, Council Bluffs and Chicago.
Magnificent dining and free reclining chair
' cars. For rales and sleeping reservations, call
; or address F. W. THOMPSON, Agent, 138 South
Spring st. m2-10m
ALTERS'S SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER
sonally conducted to all points East with
out change. 119 N. Spring st. m25-tf