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THE ARIZONA KICKER.
Dome of the Wild Ways of Ge AkMd
L«st December, when we had completed
tbe repairs to the picket fence surrounding
oar private graveyard and counted up the
graves, we announced our earnest hope
that the number wonid never exceed nine.
"We never really wanted to kill any one of
the batch, mnch preferring to live at peace
with all mankind, but it was a case of
"shoot first or go under' 1 in each and every
instance, and it became our duty to shoot.
Everybody knows we have done the
square thing when compelled to outfit n
man for the far oft 5 country. We have
bought, coffins, furnished shrouds, got up
funeral processions anil planted the immi
grant on our own private lot, where his
headboard would not be taken by the cow
boys for aeucher table nor his bones become
the prey of the coyotes. It is needless to
add that we shall continue to pursue this
liberal policy in the future, while the sub
scription price of the Kicker will still re
main at two dollars per year.
As stated at the beginning, we hoped to
keep the number down to nine, but cir
cumstances over which we had no control
elected a tenth headboard the other day.
In writing up Colonel Woodhonse's new
ranch two weeks ago we jocularly referred
to a cowboy as "Cockeyed Bill." It seems
tbat his proper title is "Squinteyed Will
iam," and he took offense at our license.
We have invariably noticed that when we
attempt anything jocular somebody dies
before the month expires, and we shall now
Bright and early Monday morning the
gentleman with the imperfect optics opened
the front door of our office with a great
deal of useless energy, and before we could
give him C. O. D. rates on a half column
ad. he began banging away nt us. We
knew, from the way his first bullet chawed
its way through the straw hat we wear in
the office tbat be meant business, and we
didn't allow any vision of the dear old
home back in New England, with mother
standing in the door, stop us from getting
ready to return his courtesies.
William shot the hands off our office
clock, split the ear of the Chinaman who
turns the crank of our power press and
blasted the peaceful life of a' yaller cat
which we paid five dollars for in Tucson; but
when the cannonade had ceased William
had gone down the long, dark trail to join
his forefathers. We were, of course, prompt
ly acquitted before tbe coroner's jury, and
we think we did the square thing when we
got thirteen vehicles out to William's fu
All our readers will bear witness to the
fact that we have exercised the greatest
patience in bearing the slurs and taunts of
our esteemed weekly contemporary. On
three different occasions we would have
been perfectly justified in killing him, but
we restrained onr hand because we knew
lie owed his two.compositors money which
they would lose if he went underground.
We long ago decided to pay no further at
tention to him, no matter what he said;
bat there was an item in his last issue
which calls for a word or two of explana
tion from us.
Our lop eared, lop shouldered, knock
kneed, slab sided, ramshackle, bald beaded,
poverty stricken, cross eyed, web footed,
toothless old contemporary, with an aver
age circulation of 217 copies weekly against
our tens of thousands (see our sworn state
ments), says that we were cowhided in our
own sanctum three days ago by a lady
named Miss Green, who is a music teacher
lately arrived from Indiana.
His statement is an insult to a young,
beautiful and accomplished lady, who was
at once accorded the ontray of the be3t
society in the town, and who came here
with letters of the highest recominenda
tiocJrom respectable people.
Mrs. Green called at The Kicker office in
the most amiable mood and with the most
peaceful intentions. She simply and sweet
ly desired us to publish one erf her original
poems, entitled "When the Hen's Egg Nests
Again," and we were thrice glad to do so.
It appears on our third page today, and we
feel that we cannot say too much in praise
Thus do we confound, paralyze, upset,
break in two and knock out the human
hyena whose spiteful soul would blacken
our private character before this commun
ity, nnd with it the fair reputation of an
angel in female clothes. Words fail to ex
press our contempt for this inhuman
monster, but no advance will be made in
our advertising, rates. —M. Quad in New
The Mule and the Bees.
Once upon a time a Young and Frisky
Mule wandered away from its Mother's
aide toward a Hive of Bees, which the
Farmer kept in order to procure Beeswax
for the children to chew on. Observing
bis Tendency to Investigate the Mother
"Boy! You keep away from that Local
ity; Bees and Mules never have and never
The Youngster pretended to Submit, but
at a Favorable Opportunity he cantered up
for a closu Investigation. He got nn ear
full in about half a Minute, and had not
the Farmer and his son turned out to his
Aid he would have beeu Stung to death.
As it was he was Badly used up by the
Sharp and Remorseless stings, and he was
standing on Three Legs with his Eyes
closed when his Mother drew near and
"Did I not warn you against the Bees:''
"Then why didn't you Heed my Words!
I told you that the Bees and Mules did not
"So you did, hut I went over to the Hive
to ask them why it was."
Mules, always put confidence in yout
mother.—New York World.
A Good Reason.
Little Johnny Fizzletop has the habit of
waking up every night and demanding
something to eat. At last his mother said
"Look here, Johnny, I never want to eat
anything in the night."
"Well, I don't think I'd care mnch to eat
anything cither in the night if I kept my
teeth in v mug of water. "—Texas Sittings.
Chivalry at the Breakfast Table.
"Now, cook, just yon look here I Look
at that piece of bacon I've just given your
mistress! It's the thickest and worst cut
I over saw in my lifel—and this piece I'm
just going to take myself is only a little
better!" —London Punch.
Onr Home Brew*
Maier A Zoeblein's Lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or ke«
Office aud Brewery, 414 Aliso St. Telephone 01.
The New Era.
No. 6 Conrt street. Fine wines and liquors of
all sinds. Ed Wenger, proprietor.
D. KellXi who keeps the Gem sample rooms
cau always be found ut No. 143 8. Broadway
sear Second st.
He Waa with Him.
He waa a dyspeptic looking man, with *
mustache like a barbed wire fence, and
bald spots o;» bis overcoat where the nap
had stopped sprouting. He hong to a strap
on a Sixth avenue train, and when the en
gineer put on double speed to lurch around
the curve at Fifty-third street he trod on
all the feet around him, and then woke up
to conversation with a friend.
"Oh, I'm an old handut boarding houses,"
he said, with a sort, of hall-bedroom board
er chuckle. "I've sampled pretty nearly
every boarding house between Thirty
third street and Fourteenth street, I never
stay over three months in one house—sort
of size it up and move on."
"What makes you do that?" inquired a
"Well, I'm a terrible kicker—begin to
kick and then move. But where I am
now I've actually staid eleven months."
"Nothing to kick aboutf"
"Well, no. I've tried the other plan.
The landlady has a daughter, and when
anything is wrong I bring her up fifty
cents' worth of flowers or candy, and 1 tell
you things move."
"Bad plau," said the friend senten
"Don't pay attention to the landlady's
"Nothing of tbe kind," said the dyspep
tic looking man. "I never thought of
such a thing."
"She thinks you mean to marry her."
"Oh, she couldn't," said the strap cling
ing boarder, albeit a trifle redder, and then
there was a silence till just as tfcs train left
Bleecker street the dyspeptic young man
"I think TO move over od East Eight
eenth street next week."
"What'll the landlady's daughter say?"
"Well, I—that is—fact is, she's going
too."—New York Tribune.
"Did you ever know such a winter for
begging appeals of all kinds?" said A to B
as they met at the club.
"Never, my dear fellow —never," said B.
"This has been a terribly hard winter for
the rich."—London Tit-Bits.
A. (greeting old friend at the railroad
station as he returns from Africa) —Wel-
come a thousand times, dear old fellow, i
wanted to ha first to welcome you again to
your native laud. Can you lend me ten
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THE LOS ANGELES HERALDi SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 31, 1891.
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—SOLD BT -
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Location, 5 miles north of Riverside
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Think of it! Fine Orange Land at $100
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Long time. Liberal discount for cash.
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213 W. First st., Los Angeles, Cal.
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General Merchandise Warehouse.
ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL. ml2-U
Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica,
Will be open to the public Sunday, May 31st.
Meals at all hours. Private rooms for ladies
or families. The cuisine will consist of every
thing in the market. No Chinese employed.
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Orange Hower. Violet. Jasmin. White Rose,
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-?i REDONDO BEACH HOTELS
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Information, address, K. W. ROOT, Manager.
850,000 Bonds of the City of Fresno for
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS
the intention of the board of trustees of
the city of Fresno, and the president thereof, to
offer to the highest aud best bidder bonds of said
city to the amount of $50,000,f0r the purpose of
providing for the purchase of grounds and ihe
erection and furnishing a building for school
I purposes within said city.
' Seiled bids for the purchase of the municipal
bonds, issued by the city of Fresno, Fresno
couuty, state of California, under the act of the
legislature of said state.approvedMaroh l it, 1889,
entitled "An act authorizing the incurring of
indebtedness by cities.townßand municipal cor
porations, incorporated under the laws of this
state, for tho construction of water works, sew
ers aud all necessary public improvements, or
for any purpose whatever, and to repeal the act
approved March 9, 18-5, entitled, 'An act to
authorize municipal corporations of the Oath
class containing more than three thousand, and
less than ten thousand inhabitants to obtain
water works;'also, to repeal the act approved
March 15,1887, entitled, 'An act authorizing
the incurring of indebtedness by cities, towns
and municipal corporations, Incorporated un
tler the laws of this state,' " will be received by
the city clerk of said city on behalf of the board
(f trustees, and the president thereof, at his of
£ce in the city hall of said city of Fresno, coun
ts of Fresno, state of California, from the llrst
publication of this notice to the'hour of 7:30 p.
m. of the 15Ul day of June, lMill, when said
bids will be opened and siiitl bonds sold by said
board of trustees and the presitlent thereof, to
lie highest bidder, and thereafter for cash in
United States gold coin to be paid for on the de
livery of said bonds at the city treasurer's office
In said city.
the sale will comprise 100 bonds, of the
character known as serials, of municipal im
firoveraent fund No. 5, as said fund wasestab
ished on the 18th day of May, 1891, by ordi
nance of said city, entitled, "An ordinance pro
viding for the issue and sale of bonds of the
city of Fresno, for the payment of the costs of
certain permanent municipal improvements in
said cily, for the following purposes, to wit:
For the purchase of school grounds and the
erection and furnishing of a building for school
purposes—sso,ooo, in accordance with the re
suitofa special election held in said city on
the 18th day of April, 18111. pursuant lo the
provisions of an act of the legislature of the
state of California, approved, March 19,
1889, entitled, "An act authorizing the
incurring of indebtedness by cities, towns
and municipal corporations, incorporated
under the laws of this sta'e for the con
struction of water works, sewers aud all neces
sary puolie improvements, or for auy purpose
whatever,' and to repeal the act spproved
March 9, 1885, entitled, 'An Act to authorize
municipal corporations of the nfth class, con
taining more thau three thousand and less
than ten thousand Inhabitants to obtain water
works;' also, to repeal an act approved March
15,1887, entitleo,'An Act authorizing the in
curring of indebtedness by cities, towns and
municipal corporations, Incorporated under
the laws of this state ' "
No less than one bond will be sold, and the
bidder must state the number of bonds bid for;
and no bid will be considered at let.sthan the
mcc value of the bond bid for.
The board ol trustees of said city of Fresno,
and the president thereof, reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
There will be issued 100 bonds of the denom
ination of $500 each, numbered respectively
from number one to number one hundred, hot It
inclusive, and so drawn as .that one-twentieth
part of the same shall be made payable each
year, for twenty years, In thu order oi their date
and number, with interen on same at 5 per
cent per annum, both principal and interest
payable annually at the office of the city treas
urer of said city.
That said bonds will be delivered in such
amounts at a time as the board of trustees shall
from time to time determine, provided that all
of said bonds shall be delivered on or beforeone
year after the date thereof, and such delivery
shall be made with a rebate of any and all In
terest appearing to be due at the date thereof
i The purchaser or purchasers of said bonds
must give an undertaking of at least two suffi
cient sureties in the penal sum of lOperceut of
the purcha.e price bid, payable to the city of
Fresno, on tho condition fiat said purchaser
will take and pay for said bom's as delivered
according to the terms of notice of said sale
and within thirty days after receiving written
notice or readiness on the part of said Board of
Trustees ami the president thereof to deliver
said bonds; or said purchaser may in lieu of
said undertaking deposit a certified cheek or
draft payable to the f resident of the Board of
Trustees ou demand.
A failure to take and pay for bonds so bid for
by the purchaser within thirty days after
written notice of readiness to deliver
the same shall be a breach of said
undertaking, or a forfeiture of said
check; and that the sum mentioned in said
undertaking, or check, shall be held and con
sidered as liquidated damages, ami that snitl
undertaking may be sued upon, or said check
presented and collected immediately in the
name of said city, and the amount specifietl
recovered or received, as liquidated damages.
Deposit in the United States postollice at the
City of Fresno, of notice of readiness to deliver
bonds signed by the city clerk, with the seal of
said city affixed, and postage prepaid and ad
dressed and directed to the purchaser at his
place of residence or business, shall be deemed
and considered as notice to the purchaser of
tltt! contents of said notice from date of deposit.
Hy order of the board of trustees of the City
of Fresno. W. B. DENNETT, City Clerk.
Fresno, May 20,1891. my22-20t
l.os Angeles & Pacific Railway company; lo
cution of principal place of business, Los An
geles city, California
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of
the board of directors held on the loth day of
May, 1891, an assessment of five dollars per
share was levied upon the capita) stock issued
of the corporation, payable immediately to tho
secretary at his oflioe in 8. W. Lul tweiler's
building, on the northeast coiner of Kequena
and Los Angeles streets, Los Augeles, Califor
All stock UDon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the iOth day of June, 1891,
Miall become delinquent on that day, and all
stock upon which said delinquent assessment
shall not be paid on or before the 10th day of
July. 1891, shall be on that day sold (or so
much thereof as necessary) for the purpose of
collecting the delinquent assessment, together
with costof advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the board of directory.
5-19-tu F - E - Fiiantz, Sccretury.
Testor jCoal Oil.
BEST AND SAFEST MANUFACTDRED.
Water white, and guaranteed 150 deg Are
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MORRIS & JONES,
3-17 6ms 345 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
A.Home by the Seaside!
Fertile Farms Where Cool Breezes Blow!
Superb fruit and vegetable land, with the advantage of the perfect climate of the ocean besch
and a view of ocean, beach, landscupe and mountains unsurpassed ln the world
B. C. Wright, John I. Redick and J. F. Coad have subdivided 1,531 acres of tho best land in
Redondo, and adjoining the town of Redondo on the north, Into 5, 10, 20 and 40 aero
lots. A street runs all around each 40-acre lot. The railroad runs through the land, and a
station will be placed at a convenient point Tht< is all flue laud, nnd most delightfully
situated. Seekers for homes should see It. Prices Title perfect, certificate furnished.
For further information apply to B. C. WRIGHT, Redick Block, Room 2, city; L. M
BROWN, 213 West First street, city; ROBKRT McGARVIN, South Spring street, city;
Room 2 Redick block, city: or to BRUN6ON <fc EADS, Redondo Beach P.O.
ECONOMICAL FUEI/. sfS
S. F. WELLINGTON
n LUMP -:- COAL 0
\_y WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, \_J
AT REDUCED PRICES.
A lf yourdealer does not keep it RING UP TELEPHONE 36, or leave your /\
orders with AX. Wm
HANCOCK BANNING, Importer
T 130 W. SECOND ST. T,
Oak, Pine and Juniper Wood sawed and split to order.
Over Fifty Pieces, 3000 yards, Bigelow and other standard makes of Body Brussels
for sale at axtremely low prices.
WE ARE OVERSTOCKED IN THESE GOODS.
Also a complete line of other Carpets, and all kinds of Furniture at Lowest Prices.
New Goods constantly arriving from the East.
337-339-341 SOUTH SPRING.
4-12-3 m "
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FOR SUMMER !
OF ALL KINDS!
Fresh from the Water.
RECEIVED MORNING and EVENING.
Yonng Domestic Ducks, Turkeys,
Lobsters, Mussels, Crabs,
LOS ANGELES PISHING CO.,
Mott Market; Branch, Broadway Market.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers aud Shippers.
IF YOU WISH TO SELL OR BUY
Second-land -:- Furoiture,
CARPETS OR STOVES,
Be sure and give me a oall. I have a complete
line of goods, and will sell CHKAP for cash or
installments. Will rent baby buggies by day or
I. T. MARTIN,
451 8. SPRING BT. LOCK BOX 1921.
JOHN C. EDWARDS,
MERCHANT TAILOR, LADIES' COSTUMER,
Fine dress suits—Fat men's specialty.
Rooms 19, 21 and 23, 229 West First st.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Monnt Gleason Mining and
Milling Company, a corporation, for the elec
tion of officers for the ensuiDg year, and such
other business as may properly come before the
meeting, will be held on Tuesday, June 9th.
1891, at the office of the company, No. 1027
Maple avenue, Los Angeles, Cal., at 7 o'clock
P Dated May 29th. 1891.
5-29td J. A. JONKB, Secretary.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
ihe stockholders of the Alhambra Addition
Water Company will be held at the office of the
company, at the Ban Gabriel Wlnerv, San Ga
briel, CaL, on Tuesday, June 9, 1891, at 10
o'clock a.m. T. Q. HAINES,
Secretary Alhambra Addition Water Co.
Feu fTefits !
When I say cnre I do Dot mean merely to atop them
for a time snd than have them return again. I mean *
radical euro. I have made the d'soaae of FITS, EPI
LEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. X
warrant my remedy to cure the worst cases. Because
others hare failed is no reason for not now receiving a
core. Send at once for a treatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Express and Post Office.
H. CU BOOT* aa. Ci it** rear! ttU, N. Y.
Loan and Insurance Agent.
Houses to Rent. Houses Wanted to Rent
Houses£or Sale. Houses Wanted for Sale.
Business for Sale. Business Wanted for Sale.
Money to Loan at Low MM.
Fire, Life and Accident InSß|cc.
Tickets Sold to and from any RaHRy Station
in Europe and America.
Staterooms secured and every Information
227 WEST FIRST STREET.
LADIES SHOULD USE
For all Irregularities
For sale at all Drug Stores.
At wholesale by F. XV. BBaI'N A CO
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES
Pacific Branch National Home for
Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.
Santa Monica, May 22,1891.
Sealed proposals will be receivadat
the Treasurer's office until 2 o'clock, p.
m., Wednesday, June 10th, 1801, for
supplies during the quarter ending Sep
tember 30th, 1891, as follows :
Subsistence and Quartermaster stores.
Schedule, with information, and in
structions for submitting bids, will be
furnished upon application to the under
signed. Applicants must state the par
ticular supplies they desire to furnish.
The right to reject any and all bids is
A. Erdmak, Treasurer,
Pacific Branch National Home, D. V. S.,
Santa Monica, Cal.
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