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The supreme court yesterday morning ex
amined the class for admission to practice.
A. B. McCutcheon, L. A. Mendelaou and
Fre d O. White, of San Diego, Grant Jackson, of
Santa Barbara, J. B. Mitchell, of Los Angeles,
and FindleyCook aud H. L. Moody passed
Morrcll el al. vs. Nightingale—Upon sugges
tion of death of O. P. Arnold, one of the plain
tiffs, and motion of appellant's attorney, Seth
C.Arnold substituted: as special administrator.
Aonellant allowed ten days to rite brief.
Williams vs. Dennison—Judgment of supe
rior court affirmed at appellant's cost.
Lattin et al. vs. Wilcox et al—Upon sugges
tion of death of H. H. Wileox and motion re
spondent's attorney, Ida D. Wilcox, executrix,
9. Gath and wife vs. Witmer company—Or
dered that cause stand submitted on briefs.
I. >s Angeles. Pasadena and Glendale Railway
company vs. Hump, respondent—Twenty days
to file brief, and appellant tweuty days to an
Reay vs. Butler—Appellant allowed twenty
days further time to file points and authorities.
Kstate Richardson—Submitted on briefs.
Palmdaie Irrigation company vs. Rathke-
Motion to dismiss argued and submitted.
Ex parte Liddell—Writ of habeas corpus is
sued, returnable on the 17th at 10 a. m.
People vs. Ah Sing and Ah Jack—3et for Oc
People vs. Miguel Sainousct, seduction—Ar
raigned; October 17th to plead.
People vs W. H. Harbell—New trial granted;
set for October 21st.
Iv re habeas corpus W. 11. Harball—Petition
People ex rel. Russell vs. Schreib.'r—Motion
for non-suit argued aud submitted.
Estate of John R. Optiz—Continued to Octo
Estate of Charles R. Paige—Petition granted.
Kstate of L. B. Johnsou—Continued to Octo
Kstate and guardianship of John D. Adams,
Estate of Wm. McCartney—Petition to sell
personal property granted.
Estate of Louis Meuret—Petition granted.
List vs. Miller—Time to file statement lor new
trial continued to November Ist.
Nelmes vs. Wilson—Submitted on briefs.
Term trial jury drawn as per order of Octo
Yndart vs. Coronol—Judgment for defend
Insolvency Meyer Siegel—Petition to be dis
Insolvency F. M. Bushnell—Order setting
apart homestead signed. Htarlng of petition
for discharge set for November 23d.
C. B. Clarke vs J. A. Clark—Decree of
divorce on ground of conviction.
The case of the people vs. J. W. Davis on a
charge of criminal libel, set for trial this day,
was continued until December 12th at the re
quest of tin defendant's counsel. G. Wiley
Wells, who submitted the following certificate I
of Dr. Ilicknell iv support of his application ]
for a continuance, upon which Ihe court ■
granted the same.
I hereby certify that I know J W. Davis inti
mately, and have been his personal adviser for j
years; and it is my opinion that his reason,
and perhaps his life, would be greatly jeopar
dlzed by subjecting him at this time to any
severe mental strain.
He has now, as he has had at different times
before, to my positive knowledge, unmistak
able symptoms of cerebral disease that threaten
positive insanity. Any worry, anxiety or
severe mental taxu'ion is very liable in his
preseut condition, to develop an iucurable
mania. In fact, under great excitement, I
should consider him irresponsible now,
F. T. BICKNEI.L, If, D.
NEW CASES FILED.
B N. McDonald vs. T. W Blackburn. Com
plaint on foreclosure of mortgage for $900.
A. H Johnson vs. E. F. Spence. Suit for
judgment on settlement of the affairs of a co
partnership existing bitweeu plaintiff and W.
Mary H. Banning vs. A. G. Hiukley ct al.
Complainton foreclosure of mortgage for $2000.
L. Barnes, a retail merchant, filed a petition
in insolvency. His liabilities are placed at
$6975.31; assets $9047.subject to incumbrances.
The San Bernardino Investment company vs
John A. Wacbob. Suit for recovery on promis
sory notes aggregating $4196.47.
People vs. Lemoerle.
People vs. Burdick.
People vs. Del wood etal.
People vs, Forrester et al
People vs. Phelan.
People vs. A hern.
People vs. Barry.
People vs. Gossett.
People vs. Blbley.
People vs. Cowgill
People vs. Smalling.
People vs. Sam Chung and Woo Sing.
People vs. McNomara.
People vs. Mesa.
Francisco, Jr . vs. Aguirre et al.
Merrill vs. First National Bank of Sun Diego.
SUPERIOR COURT —DKl* A HTM ENT TWO.
Flashner vs. Waldron.
Kstate John llobbs—Account and diat.
Whigham vs. Barclay.
Schiefflin vs. Gulrado—Trial.
Schiefflin vs. Schiefflin—Trial.
Page vs. Hauselman—Appeal.
People vs. Frankle Le Claire, grand larceny-
"Thus am I doubly armed, ray death and mv
life, my bane and antidote, are both before
me." I have got a miserable attack of rheu
matism and a moderate spell of sciatica, but I
have also a bottle of the celebrated Salvation
Oil to cure both.
The most entertaining and enjoyable
event of the week will take place at the
Redondo on Thursday evening. It will |
be a musicale.
The steamer Eureka, Captain Smith, j
from San Francisco, arrived about noon ■
yesterday and discharged sixty-five tons
of freight and several passengers.
The steamer Corona has been under
going repairs and is now on the line
again. She makes her tiist trip to this
place for some time, arriving on Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thorn aud son, of
San Francisco, arrived here yesterday,
and are stopping at the Redondo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Robin, of Silver
ton. Colo., are guests of Redondo hotel.
Alexander Sheaff, a well-known ."Jew
York gentleman, registered at the Re
Mr. and Mrs, Thos, Sinithaon and a
party of young people from Santa Bar
bara, spent the day here and lunched at i
A. Meeklin and family are booked for
a week. B.
The Ladies' Favorite Beverage.
The most refreshing, nourishing and invig
orating drink ladles can make use of is "BLUE
RIBBON" Beer, which is especially beneficial
to unrsing mothers and invalids. It Is tbe
mildest and most agreeable lonic. Send orders
to CALIFORNIA WINE CO.,
Bole Agents, 222 S. Spring Bt.
Telephone 110. 913 1m
Boston annexed to Los Angeles by a
continuous rail and through line of tour
ist sleeping cars by the Santa F6 route,
commencing Thursday, Sept. 17, 1891.
Positively through without change —
Loa Angeles to the Hub.
Santa F<j excursion conductors in
charge. Call at Santa Fe ticket offices,
129 North Spring street, for tickets,
sleeping car berths and all information.
Weekly excursions at lowest rates.
O, What a Couch.
Will you hoed the warning? The signal per
haps of the sure approach of that more terrible
disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves if you
nan afford for tbe sake ot saviug 50c. to run
the risk and do nothing for tt. We know from
experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your
cough. It never fails. Thia- explains why
more than a Million Bottles were sold the bast
year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at
once. Mothers, do not be 1 without it. For
lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous
Piaster. Sold wholesale by Haas, Saruch it
Co., aud all retail druggists.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1891.
Dr. Collins' Bad and Good Luck.
Dr. S. A. Collins, a Connecticut phy
sician, had an encounter with a wildcat
in the northeastern part of the state
is rarely equaled in these days,
Ho waa called to attend a patient in
Samel Corners, and the road lay through
a wild wood known as the "Devil's Hop
When about half way through the can
yon the doctor's horse gave a snort of feai
and refused to go ahead. Wondering at
the cause of the animal's fright, the doc
tor leaned out of the carriage and peered
into the bushes. He had hardly done sc
when two wildcats sprang from the
boughs of a hemlock tree. One landed
on the haunches of the horse and the
other dropped into the bottom of the
carriage and fastened its teeth in the
flesh of the doctor's legs.
A desperate struggle ensued, in which
the doctor, from loss of blood and
strength, became unconscious. In an
inside pocket of his coat the doctor car
ried a small medicine case. During the
struggle this fell out and attracted the
i attention of the cat, which began to claw
it and tear it with its teeth. In doing
so it broke a bottle of chloroform and
the contents seem to have stupefied it.
A fanner passing over the road some
time later found the doctor unconscious
and the wildcat among a lot of broken
bottles in the bottom of the carriage in
a deep stupor.
The cat weighed fifty-two pounds, and
i was one of the largest ever killed in Con-
I necticut. —Cor. Chicago Tribune.
Engineer Seery Strangely Hurt.
William H. Seery, engineer of the fast
express which leaves New York in the
afternoon at 4 o'clock and is due here at
6:05, met with a strange and probably
fatal accident the other day near Mon
mouth Junction. While he was leaning
out of the window of the cab, looking
back at the train, a loose bolt flew up
from the track, striking him in the head
and fracturing his skull. He fell uncon
scious, with his body hanging out of the
The fireman. W. Harry Bowers, was
'in the tender at the time attending to
! the scoop, which takes up water from
j the truck tank, and his attention was at
i traeted by the blood which spurted on
! him from the engineer's head. He ap- !
' plied the airbrakes and brought the 1
' train to a stop. The unconscious engi
neer was lifted into the baggage car,
anil the fireman took the train through
to Trenton. It is doubtful if Seery re
covers. —Philadelphia Telegraph.
■ toilets Went Three Men at a Time.
Army and navy officers have been
watching closely the military features
ot the insurrection in Chili, and the
arms have been carefully examined by '
the authorities in this country. It ap
pears that it was the Mannlicher gun,
i loaded with cartridges the size of ciga
| rettes charged with a first cousin to gun
| cotton, and sending a ball nearly two ;
j inches long and three-tenths of an inch
j thick against Balmaceda's troops at the
: rate of from forty to sixty per minute
! from each gun, that did the business for
! the insurgent troops. The long, slen-
I der, hard pointed bullets were of steel,
■ covered with a thin coat of copjaer, the
soft metal being designed to follow the
rifling of the barrel more accurately and j
with less wear to the gun than th% naked
steel would make. Single bnllets went :
through two or three men at a time.—
Washington Cor. Boston Journal.
A Table with Growing Legs.
I had presented to me on the 3d of
May last a small fancy table as a birth
day present—painted black, varnished j
and gilded. However, it had not been i
in the house very long before the legs !
were observed to be growing, and they ;
are continuing to do so. One of the legs
baa put out a shoot four inches long, j
i upon which there are ten leaves. Alto
j gether it is a very pretty table, with its
; black and gold, and now the green. I
think they are apple tree leaves. . I set
it out of doors occasionally, so that a
little moisture might be given to it to con- I
tinue the growth, as 1 do not know but i
|it may blossom and bring forth fruit,
Which would very much increase the en- |
riosity.—Ontario Cor. Montreal Witness.
A Lively Buzzard.
Harry Walter and Benjamin Talbot,
of Morgantown, caught a large turkey
buzzard in a steel trap. They took the
bird home, and after keeping it a few
days by means of fine wire, attached a
sleigh bell to one of its legs and set it at
liberty. They never heard of the bird
i until a few days ago, when they read in
! one of the newspapers of the capture of
! a buzzard with a bell fastened to its leg
in Bolivia, South America. From the
description of the bell and the manner
of fastening, they have no doubt that it
is the identical buzzard that was liber
ated by them.—Harleysville (Pa.) News.
More Stamps to Collect.
Philatelists should note that at last
the Grand Duchy of Luxemhurg can !
boast stamps of its own. Hitherto the
ordinary Dutch stamps have been in use
there, but now Grand Duke Adolph,
who has always possessed his fair share
of vanity, has had a new stamp issued
that shows his own illustrious visage in
Height or Cruelty.
Nervous women seldom receive the sympathy
they deserve. While often the pictures of health,
they are constantly ailing. To withhold sym
pathy from these unfortunates is the height of
cruelty. They have a weak heart, causing
shortness of breath, fluttering,pain in side,weak
and hungry spells, and finally swelling of
ankles, oppression, choking, smothering and
dropsy Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is just the
thing for them. For their nervousness, head
ache, weakness, etc., his Restorative Nervine is
unequaled. Fine treatlseon Heart and Nervous
Diseases and marvelous testimonials free. Sold
and guaranteed by all druggists.
The best bread is made from Drifted Snow
Hour. Scymonr & Johnson Co , agents.
When it comes to carrying the finest and
choicest groceries, W. Chamberlain & Co take
the lead. 213 South Broadway.
THE NEW ERA, No. 6 Court street. Fine
wines aud liquors. Ed Wenger, proprietor.
HEAL KSTATE AGENTS.
NORTON & KENNEDY.
' 228 West Second street.
Real Estate. Loans.
Doing business. Call. 10 71m
WANTED — BARGAINS IN CITY AND
ranch property. List them with us.
NORTON & KENNEDY.
228 W. Second st.
OYERB AM) FINISHERS.
PARISIAN DYE-WORKS, 274 & MAIN
street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKS,
241 Franklin St. Fine dyeing and clean
LO3 ANGELES THEATER.
■ QCXOBEK 10, 18© 1 ,
Under the management of B. Loewy.
Second appearance of tbe celebrated comedian,
MR. JULIUS ASCHER,
And a good company of players.
_>;" pAPAQENO re
prize comedy ln 4 acts, by Rudolf Knetsel.
Tickets for sale three days ahead of perform
ance In the theater.
OCTOBER 19TH TO THE 24TH
With different attractions every night. A
Grand Concert the first night.
A. O. GARDNER,
10-13 (>t Chairman of Committee on Music.
YM. C. A. AUDITORIUM, LUDLAM
• School of Oratory and Arts.
Assisted by the Loreli Quartette, Wednesdnv
evening, October 14th.
Tickets, 50 cents,
For sale at Bartlett's Music House or at the
school in V". M. 0. A. building.
. NEW HAMMAM BATH,
230 S. Main Street.
For colds or coughs; for rheumatism; for
malaria; for cleanliness: for health
T4KE TURKISH BATHS.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Grand Opera Hall,
Cor. First and Main sts.
Beginners, every Tues
Children's Class, Friday, 4:30 to 7:30 p- m.
10-9-lm Prompter and Teacher.
PROF. PAYNE'S ACADEMY, COR. BROAD
way nnd Sixth.
CI'SS will organize at Pasadena Friday ami
i Friday evening, October 16th.
ASSEMBLIES EVERY TUESDAY EVENING.
ORGANIZING OF CLASSES.
For Ladles and Gentlemen beginners, Wed
nesday evening, October 14th.
For Misses ant Masters beginners, Saturday
afternoon, from 1 to 2:45, October 10th.
For Misses and Masters advance, from 3 to 5
p m., Saturday, October 10th.
Music furnished by Lady Artists for Balls,
■. Private Parties, Soirees, Concerts and Church
Socials. For terms, apply to
I Cut this out. | PROF PAYNE,
Business Manager, Illinois Hall.
SCHOOL FOR DANCING,
313 and South Main street.
Class for Beginners—Ladles, Misses and Masters.
Commeuces Saturday afternoon, October
17th, at 1:30 o'clock.
Class for Beginners—Ladies and Gentlemen-
Commences Monday evening, October 19th
at 8 o'clock.
Advanced Class—Ladies, Misses and Masters-
Commences Saturgaj- afternoon, October
17th, at 3:30 o'clock.
Advanced Class—Ladies and Gentlemen—Com
mences Wednesday evening, October 21st.
Private Classes—Arranged for.
. TERMS—Twenty class lessons, $10; ten
class lessons. $6.
! Private lessons, by appointment at any time,
$2.50 ior one lesson; five lessons for $9.
HENRY J. KRAMER,
JTEW VIENNA BUFFET.
THE ONLY FAMILY RESORT,
114 and 116 Court street,
Opposite the Courthouse. F. Kerkow, 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 the
Continued [success of the popular
STEIDL SISTERS !
Fine Lunch and French Dinners all day.
Imported Berlin Weiss beer; imported Pilsner
. and Erlanger; also Lemp's extra pale beer on
lODCING-HOUSE FOR BALE—23 ROOMS,
j well furnished and centrally located: price
$1000; must be sold on account of sickness.
Inquire at 134 S. Main St., room 21. 10-7-14t
BIG BUSINES3 CHANCE FOR THE RIGHT
person; complete feed mill outfit, oarley
rolls, meal bolts, steel burrs, scales, granaries,
sidetrack, etc. G. D. BUNCH, 118 S. Broad
way. 9 30 tf
FOR SALE OR TO RENT—THE SOUTH
Pasadena hotel and 'about 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 40 sleeping rooms, audis 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
double parlor, tine view of city. No. 232 S.
Olive st. $40 a month, water free. 10-13 tf
1710 R RENT—A STORY AND A HALF
' board house, 8 rooms, cloth lined and pa
pered; rent, $9. 753 San Pedro st. Apply at
771 San Pedro st. 10 13 5t
OR RENT—HOTEL ST. NICHOLAS, HOUSE
of 47 rooms, Broadway, near Temple; rent
low to a good tenant. Inquire of J MUL
LALLY, W. First Bt. 10 4 tf
FOR RENT—MERCED HALL, 418 N. MAIN
St.. by the day, week or month. Apply
third floor. 9-l« i m
FOR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVERTHE CITY!
C. A. SUMNER A CO., 107 3. Broadway.
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK.
srein bull, 4 years old, price $125. \ddress
T. P. PATTERSON. Arteßia. 10-17 d^w
FOR SALE—THE FINEST TEAM OF BUGGY
horses In the city, well matched, well broke
single or double, 4 years old. Apply to w p'
McINTQjH. 1014 7t '
ITtOR SALE-SAFE, HANDSO.ME~Sp\n OF
1 bay horßes, 5 years old. Inquire at Broad
way Livery Stable, 428 B. Broadway. 10-13 tf
FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, IF SC-LU AT
once, a pair of superior carriage horses will
drive double or single; will sell one or both
also a 2-seated Babcock surrey, nearly new
Apply L, A. Theater building, Room 12.
10 9 7t
ITtOR SALE—A GOOD FRESH MILCH COW
1 2424 S. Hope st 10-3 tf '
room and board.
Hotel" jackson, corner'main and
Third sts. (Schwartz block i. Transient
and family hotel Rates, with board, from
$1.50 to $2 per day. 9 Jackson, of Hotel
Jackson, Santa Monica, proprietor; M. » Row
elL manager. g.jfi i m
CONTRACTORS AND BDILDKRs!
ousand asphalt paving. 227 W. First st
CI. KUBACH, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
• Office and shop 419 East Seventh st. Tel
ephone No. 306. tl-192
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
I7IOR SALE—2O, 40 OR 60 FEET ON SPRING 1
1 st , near Third, with cheap building; pav
ing sonic iucome.
IrtOß SALE—4OxI6S FEET ON SPRING ST., 1
1 near Second, with good building all over '
the lot, and payinggoodlncome; price $75,000.
"IT'OR SALE —THE HANDSOMEST BUSINESS
JO block in Los Angeles, nnd paying tt.e best
income; price $500,000.
1/iOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL 4-STORY BUILD- I
ij ing on Spring St., paying a princely in- I
come; price $140,000.
SALE-BEST CORNER ON BROAD
! way; very cheap. ;
Mest of the above property is covered with 1
handsome buildings and paying good income.
j/> ROOM RESIDENCE WITH NEARLY TWO
10 acres of ground, finest Bhrubbery In the
city, near the corner of Adams and "Figueroa
streets. This can be bought at the greatest
sacrifice in the city. Give us an offer. We
must have money.
17>IGUER0A STREET, 9-ROOM RESIDENCE,
; large corner lot, very cheap at $6500.
THE FINEST LOT IN THE VALLEY, 69
feet fr int, S. W. corner Adams and Hoover
streets. Cheaper than anything else on Adams
WE CAN SELL YOU THE CHEAPEST AND
prettiest lots in ios Angeles. They are
on Nob Hill; near Westlake park, two miles
from business center, for from $400 to $600
17"0R SALE—BEYOND ALL QUESTION THE
' loveliest home in Los Angeles; elegant 10
-room residence; 4 acres fine fruit; ljjj miles
from business center, on the cable system.
]"*OR SALE-ONE OF THE PRETTIEST
* homes on Adams Bt,; house of 10 rooms and
a lot 75x17."> feet, double clean corner, one
block from ehctric cars; price, $16,000.
TTiOR SALE—IO-ROOM HOUSE AND COR
_T tier lot on Pearl st ; lot 124x175 feet; very
cheap at $12,500.
FOR SALE-12-UOOM RESIDENCE, COM
plete In every particular Olive St., near
Twelfth, for $9000; a bargain.
FOR SALE—NICE 8-ROOM RESIDENCE,
near Weßtlake Park, on a beautiful hill;
good barn, and a genuine bargaiu at $3200.
FOR SALE—SO ACRES, ALL IN WALNUTS,
near Rivera; the best walnut orchard iv
the state. Price, $10,000.
PALE —WE HAVE THE FINEST
ranch in Los Angeles county; 3109 acres;
two miles south of Los Angeles city, with three
water rights; there is nothing finer on earth;
you can buy this ranch for $100 per acre, and If
jou will call on us we think we can convince
you it iB worth $1,000,000. See this.
rpHE PRETTIEST AND MOST PROFITABLE
X ten acres in Los Angeles county. About
one mile from city limits sou.h. All improved.
Income $2000, price $111,000.
r ACRES IMPROVED AT COMPTON. PRICE
OA ACRES NEAR RIVERSIDE, WITH Pl.EN
«>Vfty of water, for $75 per acre.
SALE—GARDEN A. WE ARE AGENTS
1 for land in Gardena, the home of the winter
strawberry and winter vegetables; fjr sale In
lots to suit at bargain prices.
Our list contains some 3000 pieces and we
can supply customers with anything they want
at a bargain.
INNES & MANGRUM,
I 150 S. Broadway.
O CAPITALISTS—DROP IN AT 227 WEST
Second st., if you want bargains in real es
tate, either city or country; we have some
grana bargains in large tracts suitable for colo
nies; carefuliy prepared n-p nt; made from
personal examination furnished to those want
ing to buy. (iKOKGE ADDISON & CO.
ERY CHOICE BARGAINS—FOR EXTRA
fine trades and purchases of all kinds of
property too numerous to itemize, goto LANG
<&C0,115W. First st, Rooms 12—14. Also
all kinds of help furnished on short notice,
free: SO men wanted at once; good job 10-14 tf
SUGAR BEETS—FOR SALE IN LOTS TO
suit The best, richest and cheapest for
stock; Saquire northeast cor. Compton and
Florence ayes., or J. B. MLItRILL, No. 105 I
N. Broadway. 10-11-tf
OR SALE—A NUMBER OF COAL OIL '
lamps,.nearly new, will be sold at a bargain.
Apply at the Herald Husines» office. tf ;
HOUSE FOR SALE—222 SOUTH LOS AN- I
geles street, also a good piano, chesp. I
WAGONS, CARRIAGES, YOU
want to buy, sell or exchange: the largest
stock in the city to select from. 128 Kan Pedro
St., bet. First aud Second St. 9 20 90t
I7IOR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
' to suit, at the Herald ofHco. 9-3 tf
FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLIENT WHO
wants to exchange 1750 acres good fruit
land, three miles from Red Blylf, Tehama
couutv, for Southern Cal. property. Address
JAY B. HUNTER, Attorney, Bryson-Bone
brake block, city. 10-14 It j
TTtOR EXCHANGE— ACRES 2 MILES
' south of Rivera; 3% acres in 7-year-old wal
nuts, 3 aores in other fruits, for San Diego
acreage. G. D. BUNCH, 118 S. Broadway. ,
; 9-30 tf
-VTBS. MAUD LORD-DRAKE CAN BE CON
iVI suited at her home. Lis gnoses of diseases 1
and psyohometry of minerals a speciality. 1
Siddons* drive, Central aye.; take Vernon elec- 1
trie cars. 10-14 cod 6t '
SALE-OPIUM SKED, WITH FULL IN- .
1 structions how to grow and gather it. Ad- ,
dress T. C. MARKS, Box 793, ttatiou C.
MADAM SIMMONS. ACKNOWLEGED BY
press and public the greatest clairvoyant
aud magnetic healer in the United States, tells ;
past, present and future; fee $1. I also cu*e all
kinds of diseases hy my magnetic power; '
charges reasonable; don't fail to see me; entire
satisfaction guaranteed. 124U S. Spring st.
10-6 7t j
TT^ANTED—EVERYBODY TO USE MANU
tt inc. It softetis and whitens the hands
and beautifies the eomnlexion. M. B. HULL, (
sole agent, P.O Boa 1332, Los Angeles, Cal. 1
For sale at J. NESJBAUER'S, 224 and 226 West 1
Second st. 10-4 lm
ECONOMY IS WEALTH—YOU CAN GET A
XU first-class shave for 10c, hair cut 25c; all
work is guaranteed first-class; clean towels for ]
every man: Sundays and holidays, 15c. FRANK '
PARTENICO, 123 W. First Bt. 9-30 lm
fl>-D0 NOT TRADE YOUR OLD SEWING \
<P machine, for I will repair all machines.
Write and address LOUIS DIERSSEN, 211
West Fourth.. 923 1m ]
MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM. CONSULTA- j
tions on business, speculations, family
affairs, mineral and oil locations, removals, :
disease, life reading, etc. S. Spring St..
Room 15. Hours, 9a m. to 6 p.m. 7-10 tf
HEALTH WITHOUT SEND .
stamp for pamphlet to J. 8., Box 1180, 1
San Jose, Cal. 9-26 14t 1
PERSONAL — "ECONOMIC PRICES—
Sugar, 22 lbs brown, or 16 lbs white, $1;
10 lbs cornmeal, 20c; 4 tbs rice, sago or tapi
oca, 25c; germea, 20c; rolled rye, 15c; 3 pkgs.
starch or corn starch, 25c; 6 rhs rolled wheat,
25c; mountain coffee, 25c; 5 tbs good tea, $1; j
11 cans fruits, $1; 4 cans sardines, 25c; 6 lbs ■
raisins, 25c; 6 lbs dried peaches, 25c; 4 lbs ap
ricots, 25c;i bottle Worcestershire sauce, 15c;
sack flour 80c; 4 bottles flavoring extracts, I
25c; cheese, 15c: hams, 14'» c; bacon, i;»> s p: <
Liebig's extract meat, 35c; fruit jars, $1 '
a dozen. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 S. Spring :
st. 7-5 tf
RS. JOHNSOiT CARD READER, 1267 i
Second st.; take electric car to Kern st.; i
fee, $1. 9-15 lm :
PERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY
body How to make and save money. Read
tne dossil ed advertisements ln the Herald
daily. A few cents spent in an advertisement
may make thousands of dollars for you. Yon
may procure a situation; sell yonr house and
lot; rent your vacant property; buy a paying
business or sell to advantage; loan yonr 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 LINE A PAY.
FIVE CENTS A LINK
female vocalists. Inquire at tho Original
Vienna Buffet, corner Requena and Main sts.,
between 10a.m. and 3 p.m. 10-13 31
SEND YODR ORDERS FOR MALE AND FE
malehelp to the German-American Em
ployment Office, No. 107 W. First St., Room 3.
L. MAYER, Proprietor. 8-29 6m
WANTED— CITY CANVASSER; BIG COM
mission; between 10 a m. and 3 p. m.
Room 45, Bonebrake building.
W— ANTED - COOK'S HEADQUARTERS;
free of charge; California brandy, sc; soup
and beer, sc. GEO. LACOUR, 401 N. Los An
geles St., Los Angeles, Cal. 8-21 3m
ANTED-ALL NEEDING HELP FREE—
Employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'B BUREAU; ostablished 1880
Office, 319W S. Spring; residence, 451 8. Hope
St., cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113.
A FIRST CLASS
milliner. Apply S. E. ADAMS, 371 North
Main stree . ■
ANTED-AGIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at once at 219 N. Broadway.
D. SIKGEL. 10-14 3t
ISB HARDEN, 312 W. FOURTH ST.,
corner of Broadway; good help for hotels
and families. 1013 lm
TIT ANTED —AGENTS TO SELL THE PIN-
V> lessclothes Line; the only line ever in
vented that holds the clothes without pins; a
perfect success; patent recently issued; sold
only by agents, to whom the exclusive right is
given; on receipt oi 50 cents we will send a
sample lineby mail: also circulars; price list
and terms to agents; secure your territory at
once. Address THE PINLEBS CLOTHES LINE
CO., 4 Hermon st. Worcester, Mass
3-29 Sat-Wed 12mos
AGENTS— TO bELL KOKO JELLY" TOILET
Soap (a money maker); send stamp for free
sample E. L. BALDWIN, Detroit, Mich.
10-2 cod 3m
TIT ANTED—LADY CANVASSER FOR CITY;
T T big pay and high class work; call between
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Room 45, Brrson-Bonebrako
block. 1-25 12m
WAIKTHn-Sf TI'AI lONS.
board and go to school. AddressCHARLES
POOLE, Station R, Los Angeles, 10-14 2t_
ANTED—A POSITION AS HOU3EKEEP
er, traveling companion or invalid's
nurse; a thorough housekeeper and managre-s;
can give the best of relerence as to capability.
Address for one week MRS. ROCK. Mablo
House, Lordsburg, Cal. 10-14 3t
WANTED—MISCKLiTaNEOU b .
top desk. Address H. B„ Box 20, this
office. 10-14 at
WANTED— TO LEASE, A RANCH FOR A
term of 3 years. with a view to buying a
any time. F. M. SCHIRM, 918 Aliso st.
ANTED—TO SELL, FOR *950, HOUSE
andlot. Inquire 223 W. First St. CHAS.
VICTOR HALL. 10-13 7t
ANTEI)—SOMEONE TO " ADOPT A HOY
baby, five weeks old Call or address 376
Metcalf St. 10 13 31
mand very great ; also good bargains in
property for sale or trade. W. R. BURKE, 168
N. Spring st. 10 0 1m
ANT SUPPLY EVERYBOIiY
with kindling, 5 sacks for $1.00 at the hay
and wood yard, corner Seventh und Olive.
HXTANTED—FIRS-T-CLAB3 FRESH"MI LC 1 i
VV cow. 123 W. Second st. 10-4 tf
WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAP
est place at BURNS', 256 S. Mam St.
FOX SALE-City Property.
OR~S LIEN T
who will sell 20 acres good load in center of
Lankershim ranch for half price, only J4 cash;
offered this week only; title perfect. Address
TAY E. HUNTER, Attorney, Bryson block,
city. 10-14 It
XT 1 OR SALE—VACANT RESIDENT LOTS.
r 50 ft. Main, near 7th st ? 15.000
150x140, coi. Olive and 10th 15,d00
100x150, cor. 9th and Burlington 5,500
114x150, cor. Main and 24th 6,000
110x130. cor. Pearl and loth S.OUO
60x150, Pearl, near 10th 4,000
50x155, Flower, bet Bth and 9th 3,5k0
50x150, Grand uve., near Pico M,500
52x130, cor. Pico and Wright 1,500
106x135, cor. Adams and Ellendale . 2,500
s'ixl6s, cor. 30th and Lorine 1,600
50x150, Grand aye., near 30th 2,000
108x111, 30th, near Figueroa 2,500
60xl!W, W. side Flower, near Adaas. . 1,800
50 ft. lot Bonnie brae tract 1,000
50 ft. W. side 24th, W. of Main l-30'i
71x124, cor. Bonsell and York 2,500
60x100, 22d St., W. of Main 900
50x155, E. side Flower, near 11th 2,500
MORRISON & CHANSLOR,
8-2 cod tf 139 S. Broadway.
C>OR~SALE AT A hA^RIFICE—A ifOOD
Jj business property, N.W. corner Wall and
Fifth sts. Price $6500. Apply 016 Wall st.
IfiOß SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY, SALE
lor exchange, and houses to rent, with
CHAS VICTOR HALL. 223 W. First. 10-6 lm
FOR SALE —Country Property.
range, with abundance of water, grass and
about 800 head of cattle. Call at 1444 Sun
Fernando St., or at HANNA *t WEBB. 204 N.
Spring st. 10 (> 2w
I7K)P. SALE OR EXCHANGE—A SNAP
1 chance; 160 acres of fine wheat or fruit
land, with buildings, fences, etc., for sale or
exchange for residence in East Los Angeles.
Property is all clear. Call at rooms 12, 14, 115
W. First st. LANG & CO. 10-6 tf
Qi*>A AAA BUYS 50 ACRES 2 MILES
«rZ"«uUU from Rivera, 40 acres full bear
ing walnuts, ranch highly improved, cheapest
place in tbe country; we court investigation.
6. D. BUNCH. 118 S. Broadway. 9-30 tf
JU/'AAA WILL BUY 15 ACRES SET TO
JJpOIJUU budded oranges and other choice
fruits 6 years old, 5 miles from Azutu: l A cash.
G. D. BUNCH, 118 8. Broadway. fK3O tf
Ticket Agency, 115 S. Spring St., in front
of the Wieland. Railroad tickets bought, sold
and exchanged. 9-22 lyr
I PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA RkTgRAN DE
. route every Friday personally conducted
through to Chicago and Boston. Office, No. 138
South Springst. 1 tf
C. JUDSON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
• every Thursday via Salt Lako City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Office, 212 S. Spring st.
OCX ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS
leave Los Angeles Tuesdays via Denver and
Rio Grande railway. Through Pullman tourist
cars to Chicago via Salt Lake City, Lead vflle and
Denver. For circulars, etc., call on. or address
F. W. THOMPSON, 138 8. Spring St. 5-10 tf
S~ ANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OFALL
competitors, both In time and distance, to
all points East. Special tourist excursions Eas'
every THURSDAY. For full information, ay
ply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A.
WARNER, Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring. l-13tl
239% 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, t
and 6. 1-17-tl
DR. G. KNEPPER, DENTIST, NO. 126 W
First St., old Wilson block. 5-31 tl
RG. CUNNINGHAM. DENTIST, REMOVED
. to No. 131 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2,
Phillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. mlStl
DR. C. STEVENS A SONS, 107 N. SPRING
St., Bchumacher block, rooms 18 and 19;
teeth filled and extracted painlessly; plates H
to»10; hours, Ba. m. to 5 p. m., Sundays, 9a
m. tol p, m. 3e26-tf
T W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
JU. sts., Wilson block; take elevator; tooth
filled and extraoted without pain; gold crowrji
and bridge work a specialty. Room 36. m4tl
DR. TOLHURST, DENTIST, 108* N. BPRING
Bt ., rooma 2. 6 and 7. Painless extracting
A~ BBTRACT AND COM.
pany of Los Angeles, N. W. cor. FrankUß
and W r. w rrigb utrwtj w' "i
TJOBINSON A VETTER.
8-4 tf 214 South Broadway.
FIY£ CENTS A LINE
TO LOAN AT E. G. LTJNT'B
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
227 W. Second et., Adjoining Herald office
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN 80CIETY,
of San Francisco. Jul tf
IJAGIFIO _OAN COMPANY—LOANS MONET
lv any amounts on all kinds of personal
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., l:i warehouses; partial payments received
money without delay; private offices for con
sultation; will call if desired; W. E. DaOROOT,
Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4. No. 114 tsnutu
Spring st., opposite Nadeau hotel. 7-29U
ONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS REAL
estate; reasonable rates, no commissions.
LOS ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, 23H North
Main street. 10-8-25t
TTO BRODTBECK, 113 8. BROADWAY.
Money to loan on improved city and conn,
try property at lowest current rate. 7-9 tf
AIN STREET RAVINGB BANK
AND TRUBT CO.,
HAS MONEY TO LOAN
in 810,000 and $20,000 lots,
AT VERY LOW RATES.
426 3. Main st. 8-4 tf
ONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DlA
inouds, watches, Jewelry, pianos, seal
skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and. aU
kinds of personal and collateral security. LB*
8R05.,402 8. Spring,' mlB-tf
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter-
I est, see Security Savings Bank, 118 8. kWJI
fitted for positions ln two weeks PROF.
De VEZINO, Room 77, Bonebrake block.
AfR3~~NANNIE CATCHING, PIANO, GUI
ixL tar, banjo aud voice culture. 655 S. Spring.
ELMONT HALL—FIRST ST. AND BEL
mout aye., boarding and day school for
vouug ladies. Session commenced September
15th. Address HORACE A. BROWN, prin-
I cipal, for information. 10-6 tf
A. SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (iN
• corporated), corner r-pnng and Third sts.
L. E. Garden Macleod, principal; Dr. 8. H.
Wellcr, president; Dr. Alter, vice-president;
Prof. Koch, art examiner; Malcolm Macleod,
treasurer and secretary. Term begins October
Ist. 9-22 lm
OCAL CULTURE — THE CELEBRATED
Artists, Mmc lues Fabhri and Jacob Mtiller,
hay*- arrived here, and are making this city
their home for this winter. They sro pre
pared now to receive pupils, ladles and gen
tlemen, at their office, Lankershim block, No.
316H 8. Spring st, rooms 3 and 4, from 11
to 4 o'clock every day. Circulars to be had at
all the music stores. 9-20 lm
ROF. A. WILLHARTITZ GIVES MUSIC
leßsons at Room 37, California Bank bund
ing, southwest corner Second and Broadway,
aud at residence ot pupils. Residence, 157 W.
Twenty-eighth st. 9-3 3m
lUDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
j Arts, V M.C.A. building. 7-8 tf
nnHE LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
JL and English Training School (Incorporated).
144 S. Main st., Los Angeles. Superior ac
commodatious; complete courses in book
i keeping, shorthand, typewriting, penmanship,
' telegraphy. English and assaying; thorough
daily class drill and close personal 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, Vlcc-pres't; 1. N. luskeep, Sec. d-16 Iyr
IifOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE
T T AND
SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEN
245 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CaL
The lending commercial school of Southern
California. Day and evening sessions.
For catalogue call at the college, or address
HOUGH, FELKER & WILSON,
7-5 3m Proprietors.
OS ANGELES UNIVERSITY—FOR BOTH
oexes. Location, West end Temple street.
Full regular advantages. Special departments)
nlso. Fall term opens September Ist. Send for
catalogue. CALVIN ESTERLY, President. P,
O. box 2893. 8-1 tf
CHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL,
Engineering, Surveying, Architecture
Drawins, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILLEH
723 Market St., San Francisco. Send for ci».
culars. 12-1012 m
\\ j h EiV^ooTTia^e'al^
TT write, ring tip 588 and let C. M. Randolph,
stenographer, do it for you; contracts and ar
chitects' specifications typewritten on short
notice: depositions in shorthand: lowest
charges. 10-10 lm
SHORTHAND TAUGHT EVENINGS jTT.
BRADY, 701 Montreal st. 10-10 lm
OTICE-1 HEREBY WARN ALI. PERSONS
that 1 will not be responsible for the pay
ment of any bills which may le contracted for
aud charged to me. CHARLES JOHN ORTH.
10 9 7t
-VT OTICE—CLUB STABLES. 8. LOS ANGELES
jLI st., between Second and Third: this old es
tabllsnment will be reopened by the under
signed on the Ist of October; he has given great
care in-the selecting of his livery stock and
vehicles, and respectfully solicits the patron
age ot the people of Los Angeles; especial care
given to boardeis. N. A. COVARRUBJAS.
THE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMAIIC CURE
is the greatest discovery made within the
last 100 years in patent medicines, For sale
by all leading druggists. 8-16 2m
NOTICE— THE LOS 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 aud a fine of $2 will he
charged before water will beturncd on again.
DR. SALISBURY HAH REMOVED HIS
office to the Y. M. C. A. building, on Broad
way, south of Second st. 10-6 lm
R. LELIA LATTA, S. SPRING ST.
Diseases of women and nervous diseases a
specialty. Office hours: 19 to 12 a.m., 3 to 5
and 7 to 8 p.m. 10 14 2m
R. COLBURN HAS REMOVED HIS OF
ficeto 119 X S. Spring St.; telephone 1061.
DR. tT. EDGAR SMITH!
FEMALE AND RECTAL DIBEABEB
A specialty. Piles cured iv from Aye to fif
teen days without the knife or detontion from
business. Office. corn6r Main aud Seventh sts.,
Robarts block. Tel. 1031. 9-11 tf
R. EIJZA - mTiiFILEr7 OFFICE AND RES
idence Charnock blk, cor. Fifth and Main,
Tel. 219. Special attention given to obstetrics
and diseases of women and children. 920 lm
DR. H. ARENSBE.RG] OR AD UATE OF
University of Berlin. Private. Blood and
nervous diseases a specialty; disorders of the
genito-urinajy organs of the most obstinate
character thoroughly and speedily cured. Of
fice: Room 10, Ramoaa hotel, corner Spring
and Third sts. Office hours from 9 to 12, 2 5,
7-8 p.m. 7-7 tf
EBECCA LEE DORSEY, M. D. OFFICE
No. TA N. Main st. Special attention given
to obstetrics, diseases of women, especially
nervous troubles and diseases of children.
Hours 9to 11 a. in. and 2t04 d. m Telephone
M HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D., M.C.P.B.C.
• specialist in diseases of the head, throat
aud chest; also females; compound oxygen and
medicated inhalations used In all diseases of
the respiratory organs. Office 137 S. Broad
way, Los Angeles.
RS. DR. WELLS, 127 EAST THIRD ST.
Specialty, diseases of women. Many
years of successful painless methods in rectal
RS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wifery. Ladies cared for during conflne
ment at 727 Bellevue aye. m 28 tf
Horace H. Apr el. Frank R.w7lulT~
WILLIS &. APPEL, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Rooms I—4, Rogers block, near corner
New High and Franklin st. 9-24 tf
MARItiN BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE
• Rooms 28, 29, 30 and 31, Fulton block,
near courthouse, New High st. Telephone
T Y \i rRAB „ I^,6,TTORNEYB AT LAW,
±Jr ulton block. 207 New High Bt., Los Ange
les. C"l. 12-14-tf
G"UBTAVUS WETTER, HOSPITAL TRAINED
nurse Office, 522 S Spring tt., Los Ange.
les, Csi. Telephone 92G. 9-29 lm