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W. 8. Defriez and family have moved
to Los Angeles.
Mrs. E. C. Bangs is building a hand
some cottage near her Arroyo Vista
Tbe laying of the corner-stone of the
new Dniversalist church at Santa Paula
will take place Tuesday, August 25th,
at which time the Rev. E. L. Conger
will be the chief speaker.
A delightful surprise party was ten
dered last evening to Miss Wotkyns and
Mrs. G. F. Granger, at the residencelof
B. M. Wotkyns. The occasion called
forth a host of friends, anxious to ex
tend the best of wishes for their good
luck and enjoyment of the travels they
»re about to experience. Mrs. Granger
leaves for an extended eastern trip, and
Miss Wotkyns for an European tour,
early in September.
An extra session of the city council
will convene today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Vail have re
turned from the editors' convention at
J. W. Vandevortand Mrs. Dr. Vande
•vort have returned from Catalina.
E. E. Spaulding's new residence on
Colorado street has assumed hand
A party of seventeen went to Camp
The Tennis "club will hold an all-day
tournament on Admission day, Septem
The High school board was du[y organ
ized Tuesday with J. C. Morgan as pres
ident, and J. J. Place, clerk. Suitable
quarters have been selected in the
school house on Sixth street. Professor,
.1.. ."J. Brown. The course of study was
also adopted. September 7th has been
selected as examination day. Graduates
from the Santa Monica public school
are entitled to admission without exam
ination, September 14th being set as
opening day for the term. A branch
school being establed at the Calabasas
Yesterday's arrivals at the Arcadia
-were: Frank H. Vail, W. B. Hopkins,
S. M. Woods, D. A. Mendenhall, F. H.
Mccormick, F. W. Van Sicklen, San
Francisco; Geo. H. Smith, S. C. Hough
ton, Dr. W. W. Hitchcock, D. E. Burks,
E. E. Crandall, Mrs. D. R. Collins, Mrs.
J. H. Kimball, Miss K. W. Kimball, J.
W. Scott, J. Barauch and family, Jake
Cohen, W. W. Forbish, Los Angeles;
E. J. Vawter and wife, city; H. W.
Meserve, Pomona; A. G. Mueler, Chi
cago; W. C. Hargraves, Redlands; Mrs.
E. -Browning, Anaheim; Misß L.Tate,
Can Jose; H. B. Ferguson, Albu
querque; P. K. Kleinfelter, Riverside;
I>. Harrison, New Orleans; Charles
Oummings, Detroit; Miss M. H. Homes,
JMiss Helen Monroe, Marysville, Cal.
Colonel J. J. Ayers enjoyed a brief
visit here today.
Sieutenant Frank Vail, of San Fran
cisco, is spending a few days here.
The charming Miss Mabel Leutweiler,
of Los Angeles, is spending a few weeks
here, at the Arcadia.
J. Baruch and family, of the firm of
Haas, Baruch & Co., have secured de
lightful apartments at the Arcadia,
where they will spend tbe balance of
S. W. Leutweiler and family are
quests of the Arcadia for the season.
Mrs. N. C. Smith is sojourning here for
a few weeks.
Gala Day at Santa Monica, Friday,
On this date there will be a grand
review of the National Guard of Cali
ioruia by Gen. W. H. Dimond and staff.
<soy. H. H. Markham and staff are ex
pected to be present. Competitive drill
by all the companies, with target prac
tice, will be an interesting teature of
the day. To accommodate the large
number of visitors from Los Angeles,
special trains will be run, and the 6
p.m. train will be held back and leave
Santa vlonica at 7:30 p.m., so that
Visitors may have ample time to witness
the review and return to Los Angeles in
A grand military reception and ball,
tendered to the general, field, staff and
line officers, will take place Friday
evening at the Hotel Arcadia, Santa
Monica, and arrangements have been
made by Messrs. Cowley & Baker, to
make this the most brilliant affair of
A Fine Beer.
The excellency of our home brewed
beer is becoming more evident every
day. During these warm days there is
nothing more refreshing than a nice
glass of cool lager beer. Messrs. Maier
<fe Zabelein, tbe manufacturers of our
home brew, report a great increase in
tbeir business, not alone in this city,
but throughout the entire portion of the
southern counties, and also in Arizona
And New Mexico. It is a pleasure to
•bear such good reports, and it is fully
■deserved by this enterprising and
Prom San Antonio,
Aug. Hornung, a well-known manu
facturer of boots and shoes at 820 Nolan
street, San Antonio, Texas, will not
aoon forget his experience with an at
tack of the cramps which he relates as
follows: "I was taken with a violent
■cramp in the stomach, which I believe
■would have caused my death, had it not
Ibsen for the prompt ule of Chamber-
Win's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy. The first dose did me so much
good that I followed it up in twenty
minutes with the second dose, and be
fore the doctor could get to where I was,
I did not need him. This remedy shall
always be one of the main Btays of my
family." For sale by C. F. Heinzeman,
222 North Main, Druggist.
To the Public.
"Caddo Mills, Texas, June 5, 1891.—
"From my own personal knowledge, I
can recommend Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
cramps in the stomach, also for diarr
hoea and flux. It is the best medicine I
have ever seen used. A. K. Shbrkii*.
25 and 50c cent bottles for sale by C.
J?. Heinzeman, 222 N. Main, druggist.
(1 rand M»r«»jJDlspl»y at Coronado.
" The grand martial display at Coro
nado, which at the present time is
drawing crowds of people from all parts
of the country, is an occurrence of unu
sual attraction this year. Representa
tions of field Vactics are given daily,
while martial music in .bugle calh and
drum practice resounds through the air,
recalling patriotic and chivalric days
which tried the souls of the "true
blue." Here is the "tented field" in
gorgeous display, inspiring the hearts
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1891.
of the true and the seeker after pictur
esque effects. Delightful air, splendid
boating, superb fishing, excellent bath
ing, beautiful beach and the world re
nowned Hotel del Coronado. Tickets
good to return on or before August 21st
on sale at the offices of the Southern
California railway at the low rate of $5.
SUNDAY WORK OF TYPEWRITERS.
Pretty Girls Who Break the Solitude of
the Great Office Building!).
1 was caught in a Broadway car Sun
day without a paper that would help me
to while away the ride from Fourteenth
street to the Battery, and so my wander
ing eyes were caught by a pretty girl
who got on the car at the New York
hotel. Her beauty was a bit marred by
a drawn expression about her face, as if
she were weighed down by responsibili
She paid not the slightest attention to
me, but I fell to wondering who she
might be and where she was going. It
did not take me long to make up my
mind that she was bound for some
church, or else that she would get off at
the city hall and go to Brooklyn. She
When the car got to tSie postoffice the
young woman was still gazing out of the
window as if she were going nowhere in
particular. Surely she can't be going to
Coney island alone, i thought, suddenly
resolving to follow her as far as the ferry
just out of curiosity.
Just below Trinity church _ her little
gloved hand was raised in a signal to
the conductor to stop the car. A few
moments later she entered one of the
big office buildings in the neighborhood
and began to climb the flight of stairs,
I had a friend with an office on the fifth
floor, so 1 followed on knowing I could
knock on his door as if I expected to find
him there. She never noticed me.
On reaching the fourth floor she paused
at a certain office and unlocked the door,
closing and locking it after her. For a
moment I was puzzled, when click!
clickl click! came the well known sound
of the typewriting machine, and I knew
that she was at work with her blue eyes
fixed on the keys, although her fair head
might have been more properly bent over
a prayer book.
Later I met a friend of mine who em
ploys a typewriter of his own to tran
scribe his legal notes. To him I related
what I had seen and received this infor
mation: "What you saw is nothing un
usual. Hundreds of young women type
writers in this city get behind in their
work during the week, and make up
time during the evening and on Sun
days. Those who have no machines of
their own at home are naturally obliged
to use their employers' at the offices
where they are engaged. Besides, they
are thus saved the trouble of carrying
their manuscript to and from their
"Go into any big office building on a
Sunday in the down town district, and
through the empty corridors you will
hear the click of a typewriting machine,
which will make you feel serious as you
think of some poor girl alone in all that
solitude striving to catch up with the
work so as to save herself from a repri
mand from some hardheaded business
man on the morrow."—New York Her
An Empress Present and Not Known.
The empress of Austria has spent a
week in the big hotel of the Southern
railway, on the Semmering, without any
one hearing of her being there. On Sat
urday morning she left the Semmering
to undertake a pilgrimage to Mariazell,
in Styria. The 2d of July is the real
day on which many thousands go to
Mariazell, and if the empress went early
it was to get out of the way of the
throng. Since Crown Prince RudoVph's
death she has been on the pilgrimage
every year to plead with the Holy Virgin
for her intercession on behalf of her son.
The Muttergottes of Mariazell is the
special patron of mothers. The pil
grimage church is situated in one of the
most beautiful landscapes of Austria,
with mountains, lakes and waterfalls
around. In its present form it was built
in 1644 by Lull wig 1 of Bavaria, but the
image on its silver altar is much older.
On the Semmering the empress rose at 4
every morning, staid in the woods and
on the mountains all day, with no other
society than that of her lady-in-waiting,
Countess Festetics, and her Greek mas
ter, an amateur photographer, with
whom she conversed in modern Greek.
She retired every day at 8. It is expect
ed that after a stay in Gastein the em
press will take up her abode in Corfu,
where her castle is very near completion.
—Vienna Cor. London News.
The Newest Tells.
The newest veils in Paris are those in
Russian net, embroidered with tiny rose
buds instead of the chenille dots which
have become so common. White lace
veils of the kind worn by our grand
mothers are very fashionable, while an
other kind are netted like the fine
meshed nets used for fringes in windy
weather. White veils are very trying to
dark complexions, and black certainly
shows up the tints on a fair face much
better, but in Paris mauve net or gray is
much worn at theaters and pronounced
most becoming to blond faoes.—San
Francisco News Letter.
A New Bracelet.
We shall doubtless soon see on the
pretty wrists of the maids and matrons
who have just returned from across the
water slender bracelets to which is at
tached a gold key with a crown in red
or blue enamel. And all this will be be
cause the English queen has put such a
one around the wrist of her chief lady in
waiting and attached to it the key of her
dispatch box. Unofficial women in Eng
land, who do not possess dispatch boxes,
wear instead the key of the davenport,
or jewel box, and American women may
be relied upon to promptly follow suit.—
New York Times.
Miss Marsdon's Progress.
Kate Marsdon proceeded as far as
Omsk in search of a plant which is said
to cure leprosy. Thanks to the personal
protection extended by the czarina, and
her generous contribution of money,
Miss Marsdon and her woman companion
were courteously treated during their
long and tedious sledge ride, and reached
Omsk after many difficulties in safety,
but both completely exhausted and very
ill. Miss Marsdon will go on to Jakuta
land, thence continue her journey by
ship down the Lena.—St. Petersburg
Pure California wlnei at H. J. Woollacott,
124 and 126 N. Spring street.
Should Be Beautiful!
So says Jenness-Miller, the famous
lecturer and writer on dress reform
and physical culture, and a celebrated
writer in a medical journal says: "Face
powders and toilet preparations have a
legitimate use in the toilette of every
woman and a use properly made need
not any more than the proper use of a
perfume^displease any one, while it
cannot be denied that they add to the
personal beauty and attractiveness and
give to the wearer an expression that
can be interpreted by any practical ob
server to mean that this woman is neat
AND CAREFUL ABOUT HER PERSON AND
HOLDS A JUST PRIDE IN BEAUTIFYING HER
SELF. In the use of toilet preparations
it is easy to distinguish the well-bred
from the vulgar." Another well-known
authority, Dr. Arthur Dean Bevan,
professor of anatomy in tbe Rush Med
ical College and P. A. surgeon U. S. M.
H. S., writes without reserve on a
kindred subject. What he says:
Chicago, Jan. 31, 1888.
W. M. Wisdom—Dear Sir: As you
requested, I have examined the formula
of your toilet preparation called Rober
tine. I can assure you that the ingred
ients are both bland and harmless, and
that th 9 compound would form an
excellent application in irritated con
ditions of the skin.
Society ladies and noted artistes
throughout the United States unhesi
tatingly pronounce Robertine the "per
fection" in a toilet article. Once tried
always used—such is its history.
F. W. BRAUN & CO.,
Los Angeles, Cal.
WR. BLACKMAN, PUBLIC ACCOUNT
• ant and auditor, fellow of the American
Association of Public Accountants.
ftf~ capital 5 55558 *m "X»
II E jfc"jlw"Wj *t~""1
Books opened and adapted to special require
ments. Investigation and adjustment of
books or complicated accounts. New books
opened, kept and balance sheets prepared.
Office, 218 NORTH MAIN ST., Los Angeles
T 1 12-29-1 yr
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Special discount for cash, and In carload lots,
LOS ANGELES LUMBER CO.
Tel. 109 P. O. Box 87. 8-19 lm
JP Closer in, a beautiful vacant corner, 114 x
150 feet on 8. Main St.
Also a clean, light business, desirably locat
ed on Spring St., Invoicing about $4000. to ex
change for city real estate. MORRISON &
OHANBLOR, 139 S. Broadway. 8-2 eodtf
rpo TRADE—GILT-EDGE, UNINCUMBERED
J_ Californiaiproperty, worth $30,000, for east
ern real estate. Address P. O. Box 1034. Los
Angeles. 8 0 tf
Thursday via Rio Grande route. Expe
rienced manager in charge. Tourist can to
Chicago and Boston. J. C. JUDSON & CO., 104
S. Spring st. jel2-tl
HILLIPB' EXCURSIONS EVERY WEEK
via Denver and Rio Grande railroad. Office,
No. 125HW. Second street. 1 tf
T>OCK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS
IX leave Lob Angeles Tuesdays via Denver and
Rio Grande railway. Through Pullman tourist
cars to Chicago via Salt Lake City, LeadvHle and
Denver. For circulars, etc., call on or address
F. W. THOMPSON, 138 8. Spring st. 5-10 tf
SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL
competitors, both in time and distance, to
all points East. Special tourist excursions Eas*
every THURSDAY. For full information, at
«lv to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A.
rXRNER, Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring. l-13ti
LOST AND POUND.
watch and chain, lady's name on case in
side, Mrs. House. Liberal reward for return to
Bart!, it Bros.'s Music Store, N. Spring st.
LOST— A DARK FAWN MASTIFF DOG.
with leather collar and license tag; an
swers to name Leo. Anyone bringing same to
the. Palace will be rewarded. 8-19 2t
T> TO HIS
I ). friends and patrons his return to Los An
geles, and, until located, his services can be
had by addressing P.O. Box 347, or Nadeau
hotel barber shop. K-20 lm
COURT TEMPLE, 510 I. O. F. MEETS
every Thursday evening at Caledonia hall,
119Vj 8. Sp ing st.i visiting brothers welcome.
OVERS AND FINISHER'S. "
PARISIAN DYE- WORKS, 274 a MAIN
street. Best dyeing ln the city. 1-13 tf
ETROPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKS,
241 Franklin st. Fine dyeing and clean
dobinBon a vetter.
8-4 tf 214 South Broadway.
pa ny of Los Angeles, N. W. oar. Franklin
audit ew High streets. ml7tf
AMU 8 EVENTS.
McLain & Lehman. Managers.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
August 20. 21, 22, Matinee Saturday,
New York Bijou Theater Company
"A really remarkable combination."—Bron
200 nights at Bi|ou Theater, New York.
Presenting Paul M. Potter's Laughing Ab
THE CITY DIRECTORY!
Up to date. Reconstructed by Louis Har
rison. Musical interruption by William 8.
—Constructed for Laughing Purposes Only.—
Seats now ou sale.
PROF. PAYNE'S ACADEMY, COR. BROAD
way and Sixth,
ASSEMBLIES EVERY TUESDAY EVENING.
Music furnished by Lady Artists, consisting of
THE RIEK FAMILY!
Juft arrived from the east, and
• MRS. K. W. PAYNE as PIANIST !
Led by PROF. RIEK.
Doors open 7:30; Concert at 8, and Dancing
begins at 9.
Admission—Spectators. 10c; Dancing, 50c.
A class will organize for beginners Monday
evening, August 31st.
Original Vienna Buffet
CONCERT HALL AND RESTAURANT.
Corner Main and Requena streets.
The Bust Fkench Kitchen in the City.
EXCELLENT COMMERCIAL LUNCH
from 11 to 2 o'clock.
Supper irom 5 toJB o'clock.
Meals or short order till midnight.
Elegant Private Rooms for Families.
The greatest selection of newspapers snd
The finest Free L inch in the city.
Every Night Grand Concert by the Celebrated
Hungarian Ladles' Orchestral
ln connection with the following artists:
PROF. FERGUSON, the famous Violin Special
ist and Imitator.
MISS LULU MARTELL.the charming songstress.
MISS FANNY BARRINGTON. the graceful
MR. BILLY McCOLLUM, the popular Irish
Notice—Miss Barrington and Mr. McCollum
are giving this week an exhibition of their up
roariously humorous sparring match. Don't
fail to witness it.
Admission Free I
THE ONLY FAMILY RESORT,
114 and 116 Court street,
Opposite the Courthouse. F. Kebkow, Prop.
FREE ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT
Every night and Matinee on Wednes
day from 2 to 4 p.m.
Family Entrance. Family Deportment.
First appearance in Los Angeles of
STEIDL SISTERS !
Re-engagement for one more week of
ADAM 3 SISTERS !
With a famous orchestra.
Fine Lunch and Freuch Dinners all day.
Imported Berlin Weiss beer; imported Pilsner
and Erlanger; also Lcmp's extra pale beer on
J OS ANGELES NATATORIUM
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON!
i WA KM SWIMMING BATH I :
Broadway, next to City Hall.
Hot and Cold Baths for Ladies and Gentlemen
in Porcelain Tubs at all hours.
1-arge Dressing Room in connection with
W. J. MeCALDIN, Pres't and Manager.
Can be engaged for Balls, Parties, Boirees, Re
ceptions: can furnish any number wanted.
Music arranged by.E. C. Calvin on short notice.
Office at 26b S. Main street, opposite Third
street office hours from 10 to 12 a. m.; aud
from 1 to 3, p. m.
5-30 3m FRED. MEINE, Manager.
i 1 bator. Inquire at WM. BENDEL, Clear
water. 8-20 7t
I7»0R SALE—FINELY LOCATED COUNTRY
1 st« re; terms easy. Address-STORE, Box 80,
this office. 7-25 tf
«R SALE—I HAVE A FEW MORE BlL
liard and pool tables at about the same
prices or less than Bold last week; talk quick if
sou want to buy. J. E. BROWN, 247 8. Main
st 7-21 tf
tSor sale—a large lot of unre-
I 1 deemed pawned goods for sale that must be
Bold, consisting of diamonds, watches, musical
instruments and various other articles, too nu
merous to mention, at J. K. BROWN'S, 246
Sonth Main st. 7-21-if
FOR SALE—City Property.
' bath. 3 stationary wash tubs, large pantry,
servants'room; the house is nicely papered: a.
very good home; fine lawn, choice flowers and
fruftpgood shed, barn and wood shed; lot 51
feet by 155 to 20 foot alley;:Bituate on S.
fin avenue, East Los Angeles: will be sold for
cost of Improvements on following easy terms.
$1000 cash, balance 137.50 per month, without
interest. Inquire at KAN KOO, No. 110 S.
Spring St. 8 20 7t.
f7\OR SALE —A PERSON ABOUT TO DE
-1 part wishes to dispose oi his property, com
posed of several dwelling houses situated ln
different parts of the city; will sell cheap to a
person meaning business. Inquire of M. MAR.
O.UEZ, 545 N Main st. 8-18 tf.
OR SALE —18 ACRES LAND AT POMONA.
within city limits, known as Model Prune
orchard, 2-story house, brick cellar, barn,
chicken house.' etc. Address WM. L. FRED
ERICK, Box 859, Pomona, Cal., or call at 142>4
N. Main St., city, room 10. 7-23 lm
FOR SALE—Country Property.
IflOR BALE—FORCED TO PAY DEBT 3
' choice alfalfa, corn, grain and fruit land;
nunnlng water; fenced; cultivated; will pro
tiuce $10 to $60 per acre annual income; 17.
miles from Los Angeles, Vs mile from railroad'
depot: price down. ■OWAN.Admr. BAXTER,,
attorney, 175 N. Spring St., Room 8.
ITiOR SALE—A PROMINENT CORNER IN
1 the beautiful town of Alhambra; over IS
acres, all ln bearing fruit, trees 14 years old;
10 acres of oranges, remainder deciduous:
large 12-roon* house, barn and carriage hcuse;
makings delightful home, producing a hand
some income, and promising a great specula
tion for the purchaser; price. $16,000; easy
terms. MORRISON &CHANSLOR, 139 8. Broad
Ij<oß SALE—LAST CHANCE—IO-ACRE LOTS
V near the Cahuenga Pass; choicest land at
bottom prices L. SCHMIDT, Room 48, Phil
lipsfbloek. 8-10 7t
I 7i OR SALE—BY J. L. O'BRYAN, NO. 114 N.
' Spring, room 2 upstairs, Los Angeles, 40 or
20 acres, with house, etc., 2% miles west of
Long Beach; good title, good corn and alfalfa
laud, $75 per acre; favorable terms given.
FOR SALE—LITE STOCK.
COUPLE OF FINkTfrIiSH
family cows. Address 8.D.W., Box 60. this
office. 8-15 7t_
FOR BALE—A FIRST-CLASS) JET BLACK,
stylish buggy mare; will work single or
double or saddle; weight 1100 pounds; guaran
teed sound; is as gentle as a child. Apply at
211 N. Main Bt., Temple block. 8-13 14t
FOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS BREEDING SOR
rel mare with a yearling by Raymon, record
2:27 H. » n<l a fllly °y Gosaiper, record 2:22W:
both stallions owned by O. Durfee Apply M.
MARSOT, 800 8. Olive st. 8-11 14t
FOR SALE—TWO DOUBLE WORKING
teams. Apply to CONRAD SCHEERER,
corner Alameda and Jackson sts. 8 5 tf
oTSALE—A FINE PACING HOBBE, GEN
tie for lady to drive; record of 2 30. Apply
to 632 W. Sixth st. 8-5 tf
FIVE CENTS A LINE
i<nd evening dinne-, at or within a mile of
University; small prita'e family preferred.
Andresa SCHOOI MA-TER, this office. 819 2t
ANTED—AT ONCE—BUDS OF VILLA
Franca and Lisbon lemons, also Valencia;
late orange buds for budding. Apply to H., P.
O. Box 111. Monrovia. 8-19 7t
11/ ANTED —TO BORROW $6000 ON CITY
Tl business property for three years; state in
terest wanted. Box BUS, Station C. 8-18 6t
WANTED— TO BUY A WOOD BECOND
hand 'bus. AddreßS COMMERCIAL
HOTEL, Anaheim, Cal, 8-14 7t
WANTED— TO TRADE, TWO MARES AND
colts for span of mules, well broken. Ap
ply H. MOSQRQVB, 119 S. Spring et. 911 tf
I*T ANTED—TO PURCHASE —A SECOND
TV hand cash bar register. Apply io the
VOSS HOUSE, formerly the Grand Central.
WANTED— TO LEASE, 160 ACRES OR
more, good farming and grazing land.
Call or address M. E. 8., 1625 Ed St. 7-21-1 m
ANTED—PICTUREB TO FRAME, CHEAP
est place at BURNB', 256 S. Main St.
11 T ANTED^FIRST-C
V> wages. L TAG, 103 W. First st. 8-20-2t
ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS RUNNER AT
once at the Bellevue Terrace Hotel, corner
Sixth and Pearl sts . city. 8187t
ANTED—MRS. WARDEN'S EMPLOY
ment office, northwest corner Fourth and
Broadway; fee for situations 5 percent.
_ 8-13 141
WANTED— CITY CANVASSER; BIG COM
mission; before 10 a.m. or between 4 and
5 p.m. Room 46, Bonebrake building. 510 tl
ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP FREE—
Employment or any Information, addfess
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU; established 1880
Office, 319% 8. Spring; residence, 451 8. Hope
St., cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113
W~AN TED"-^SAI.ESWOMAN" IN CORSET
and ladies' underwear department; must
understand the business; none other need ap
ply, to CITY OF PARIS, Spring ss.B-20 2t
ANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL llOUBE
wors. 410 lemplest. 8-20 3t
ANTED—LADY CANVASSER FOR CITY;
big pay and high class work; call before
10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. Room 46, Brrson-
Bonebrake block. 1-25 12m
WANTED—MTI Al lONS.
Francisco would like some engagements by
day; wages $2 per day. Call at Cbarnock
block, Room 11. 8-18 lt
ANTED—A YOUNG ENGLISH WOMAN,
i age 26, desites engagement as linen glri
or assistant housekeeper in flrst-eiass hotel; has
held similar position; excellent references.
Address M. W.. this office. 17-8 3t
point agents for the best selling publica
tion now in the market; if we can find the right
party we will arrange for the general agency.
Send full' information and reference. One
agent has taken 50.000 copies It appeals to
the best sentiments of the home, and offers a
splendid opportunity to make money. Ad
dress Box 255, Washington, D.C.
8-1 Sat-lues-th 81
FOR KENT— HOUSES.
TfO f— AIM!
1} room cottage, furnished. Apply at No. <i(i
South P.each, next to bath house. 8-' JO 3t
OTEL TO LET—THE OLD RELIABLE ST.
Charles Hotel to lease for a term of years
to a good, responsible party. For information
apply to KINGERY & NEIDIG, 128 West Sec
ond st. 812 tepl
OR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY.
C. A. SUMNER <ftCO., 107 S. Broadway.
TTiOR RENT—THE SUBSTANTIAL 3-STORY
T brick, 42 roomed, MADISON HOUSE. 631
S. Main st. 8-16 14t
Texas will obtain valuable information by
calling at Arcade Depot hotel. TEXAN.
lilt. SPECIALIBIS AT 5155 S SPRING
st nave cured MUs Annie Terri of St.
Vitus dance. 8-19
EKBONAL — "ECONOMIC 'PRICES—
Sugar, 22 tbs brown, or 16 lbs white, $1;
6tbs rolled wheat, 25c; 4 tbs rice, sago or tapi
oca, 25c; 10 tbs cornmeal, 25; germea, 20c;
rolled rye,,lsc; 3 pkgs. starch or corn starch,
25c;, mountain coffee, 25c; 5 lbs good tea, $1;
large mackerel. 15c; large salmon, 25c; 11
cans fruits, $1; potted tongue or ham,so; 4
cans sardines, 25c; 8 bars borax soap, 25c; sack
flour, 85c; bottle Worcestershire sauce, 15c;
condensed milk, 10c; hams, 14c; pork, 12c;
11, icon. 12Uc: fruit Jars, $1 a dozen. ECO
NOMIC STORES, 808 S. Spring St. 7-5 tf
MRS. PARKER.MEDIUM. CONSULTATIONS
on business, law suits, mineral locations,
speculations, love, marriage, absent friends,
disease, ilfc reading, etc. 324 S. Spring st
ERBONAL — INTERESTING; TO EVERY
body How to make and save money. Read
the classL ed sdvertisements ln the Ribald
daily, A few cents spent in an advertisement
may make thousands of dollars for you. You
may procure a 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 to advantage. On this page advertise
ments are only FIVE CENTS A LINK A DAY.
DR. H. ARENSBERG, GRADUATE OF
University of Berlin. Private. Blood and
nervous diseases a specialty; disorders of the
genito urinary organs of the most obstinate
character thoroughly and speedily cured. Of
fice : Room 10, Ramona hotel, corner Spring
and TWrd sts. Office hours from 9 to 12, 25,
7-8 p.m. 7.7 tf
REBECCA LEE DORBEY, M. D. OFFICE
No. 714 N. Main St. Special attention given
to obstetrics, diseases of women, especially
nervous troubles and diseases of children.
Hours 9 to 11 a. m. and 2t04 d. m Telephone
M HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D., M.C.P S C.,
• specialist in diseases of the head, throat
and chest; also females; compound oxygen and
medicated inhalations used in all diseases of
the respiratory organs. Office 137 8. Broad
way, Los Angeles.
MISS L. D. KOEHLER, NURSE, ROOM 41
California Bank Building! 8-5 lm
DR. ALBERT WILLIAMS, HOMEOPATHIST
131 N. Spring st. (Phillips block): general,
family and obstetric practice. Telephone 433.
Day and night. 1-10-tf
MRS. DR. WELLS, 124 EAST THIRD ST.
Specialty, diseases of women. Many
1 years of successful painless methods in rectal
MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wlfery. Ladles cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue aye. m 28 tf
A~"dllMs"bROS., DENTISTS, REMOVED TO
239U S. Spring st.. bet. Second and Third.
Painless filling and extracting. Crowns, $5 up;
best sets teeth, $6 to $10. Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
and 6. 1-17-tl
R. G. KNEPPER, DENTIST, NO. 1W W
First st„ old Wilson block. 5-31 tf
RG. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED
• to No. 131 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2.
Phillips block. Lob Angeles, Cal. ml6tf
DR. C. STEVENS & SONS, 107 N. SPRING
st., Schumacher block, rooms 18 and 19:
teeth filled and extracted painlessly; plates It
to $10; hours, 8 a. m. to 5 p. WUi Sundays, 9 a
m. to 1 p, m. Je26-tf
LW. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
• sts., Wilson block; take elevator; teeth
filled and extracted without pain; gold crowns
and bridge work a specialty. Room 36. m4tl
R. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, 108>* N. SPRING
St.. rooms 2. 6 and 7. Painless extracting
First St., Los Angeles, Cal, Graduate of
two colleges; Newland's college, St. Louis, St,
Louis School Midwifery, St. Louis. Also pri
vate Instructions ln obstetrics ,Vl3-3m
. Wilson block, 104 B. Spring st. 1-28 t
FIVE CENTS A LINE
CT. PAUL'S SCHOOL • BOYS WILL
O open September ltith, In St. Vincent's
building, Hill St., ncartjixth, in the room! for
merly occupied by the Harvard school, the
Harvard school having been merged in St.
Paul's school For further information apply
to Key. Ceo F. Bugb?e, 1049 W. Seventh st.,
or to Mr. J. G. Birdcall, St. Paul's church.
■ 8-gQ lm
BELMONT HALL (rOKMKRLY ELLIS
College), boarding and day rchool for
girls and young ladies; term commences Sep
tember 15th. Apply on the grounds or send
for circular to HORACE A. BROWN, Prin
clpal. , 8-20 lm
JOHN BROWNELL, ACTOR AND MONOLO
-11 gist; Instruction given to a limited number
of pupils in acting and elocution; 20 years' ex
perience. Address 142 Main st. 8-20 -tfj
r pHK LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
x. and English Training School (incorporated).
144 8. Main St., Los Angeles. Superior ac
commodations; complete courses in book
keeping, shorthand, typewriting, penmanship,
telegraphy, English and assaying; thorough
daily class drill and close pertonal attention;
frequent reviews; call and inspect our facili
ties and method of doing work; write for cir
culars. E. R. Shrader, President; F. W. Kel
sey, Vice-pres't; I N. Inßkeep, Sec. 8-16 Iyr
DAMOKA CONVENT OPENS SEPTEMBER
tl 1, 1891. 8-11 tf
OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE "
SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEN
24S 8. Spring st., Los Angsles, Cal.
The leading commercial school of Southern
Caiiiornia. Day and evening sessions.
For catalogue call at the college, or address
HOUGH, FELKER & WILSON.
-5 3m Proprietors.
MISS MARSH'S SCHOOL (INCORPORAT
ed). A boarding and day school for young
ladies and girls, will reopen September 10th.
Diplomas given in regular course and musical
literary course. Certificates in literary or other
partial courses. For circulars, call or address
1217 S. Hill st. 8-1 lm
T. VINCENT'S COLLEGE—
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
A Boarding and Day School for Boys and Young
Course, Collegiate and Commercial, with pre
paratory department. Board, lodging, etc.,
and tuition ln all branches for session of ten
months, $280. Day pupils, per month, $5.
Apply for circulars or information to
hEV. A. J. MTCYER, C. M , President.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Septembor 7th.
QT. HILDA'S HALL, GLENDALE. A COL-
Io legiate school for girls. The next term will
begin September 16th. Circulars at book
stores. Address REV. J. D. EASTER, Ph.D.,
Glendale. 7-25 lm
LUDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts will occupy the third floor oi the Y.
MC. A. building from September Ist. Private
students received from that date. Regnlar
classes begin September 28th. Address, for
July ana August, Santa Monica. 7-8 tf
OS ANGELES UNIVERSITY—FOR BOTH
oexes. Location, West end Temple street.
Full regular advantages. Special departments
also. Fall lerm opens September Ist. Send for
catalogue. CALVIN ESTKRLY, President. P.
O. box 2893. 8-1 tl
CCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL,
O Engineering, Surveying, Architecture
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILLEN
723 Market St.. San Francisco. Send lot dp
culars. 12-1012 m
or widow lady, who would like to go to
Arizona eaii get a good boarding house to run
doing a good business; any one understanding
the business can do well; $150 <o $200 capital
required. For further particulars inquire 216
Wilmington St. 8-20 Ot
OR SALE—ONE OF THE BEST PAYING
saloons at a big sacrifice. Apply to J. E.
BROWN, 247 S. Main st. 7-23 tf
OR SALE OR TO Ptf^T—THE SOUTH
Pasadena hotel and a ho,. 4 acres of im
proved land. This property is situated six
miles from Los Angeles, In the city of South
Pasadena, opposite the Santa Fe depot. The
hotel contains 10 sleeping rooms, and is piped
throughout for gas and hot and cold water and
fitted with electric bells. There are 120 orange
44 apricot, 52 peach, 17 nectarine, 5 quince, 3
almond. 37 apple, 3 pear, 6 plum, 3 prune, 2
fig and 6 loquat trees, and a small vineyard, to
gether with a beautiful garden of flowers and
shrubs. For further particulars address or In
quire of DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 N. Marengo
aye., Pasadena, Cal. 5-26 12m
OR SALE—MY HOUSE AND MTORE—
CHARLES PAMPERL, dealer in hardware;
crockery and house furnishing goods, Ana
heim. Cal. 5-19 tf
is the greatest discovery made within the
last 100 years in patent medicines. For sale
by all lcadiug druggists. 8-16 2m
JOHN B. FROVR, CHIMNEY SWEEPER—
Ranges and Stoves cleaned. 723 Commer
cial st, Los Angeles, Cal. 8 121 m
ROPESSIONAL NURSE WILL RECEIVE
surgical cases or ladles in confinement at
her rooms; references given. Address ANNA,
this office. 8-2 lm
NOTICE— THE LOB ANGELES CITY WATER
Company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 and 8 o'clock a. m., and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off, and a fine of $2 will be
charged before water will be turned on again.
TO LOAN AT R. G. LUNT'B
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
227 W. Second st.. Adjoining Herald office
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVIN© AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Francisco. Jul ti
ACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONET
ln any amounts on all kinds of persons 1
property and collateral security, on pianos
without removal, diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins
bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop
erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise,
etc, ln warehouses: partial payments received
money without delay, private offices for cos
sultatlon; will calflf desired; W. E. DkGROOT,
Manager, rooms 14 and 15, No. 124S Snntb
Spring St. ■ 7-29 tf
OR SALE—SSOOO FIRST-CLASS SCHOOL
bonds, to pay 6 per cent. W. J. WASH
BURN, at East Side Bank. 8-20 3t
IyjONBY TO LOAN—
At low rate of interest, without commission.
Apply to SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSUR
ANCE CO., 335 N. Main st., Los Angeles. Cal.
MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK "
AND TRUST CO.,
HAS MONEY TO LOAN
in 110,000 and $20,000 lots,
AT VERY LOW BATES.
420 S. Main st. 8-4 tf
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT
low rate of interest without commission.
Apply to SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA, Spring and Court St. 8-5 lm
OU CAN BORROW MONEY ON ALL
kinds of collateral security, as diamonds,
jewelry, pianos, without removal; libraries,
bioycles, or anything of value: private rooms
for consultation, or will call If preferred; no
delays or commission. 80. CAL. LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO., Rooms 5 and 6, Btowell
block, 226 8. Spring St., opp. L. A. Theattr.
* 7-31 lm
OTTO BaoDTBECK, 113 S. BROADWAY.
Money to loan on improved city and conn*
try property at 8 per cent. net. 7-9 tf
ONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DlA
monds, watches, Jewelry, pianos, seal
skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all
kinds of personal and collateral security. LU
BRO8„402 3, Bpring, mlB-tl
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT BELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of Inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main at
JMARIbN BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE:
• Rooms 28, 29, 30 aud 31, Fulton blook,
near courthouse, New High si. Telephone
981. 811 tf
BURNETT & i-HBBON, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. LA. Theater building. 8-7 lm
LACEY ATRABK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Fulton block. 207 New High st , Los Ange
lea. Cal. 12-14-tf
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
• Office and shop 419 East Seventh st. Tel.
ephone No. 306. tl-1 92