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White Wit Against Red.
[New York Bun.|
"I reckon you know the old Red
Cloud Agency to the northeast of Fort
Laramie ?" queried Joe Wagner, the
Indian tighter, as he was asked to
narrate one of his adventures.
"Well, still to the northeast of that
is the Spotted Tail Agency, provided
the Indian agents haven't stolen it.
Through these two reservations runs a
bit of river called tlie Niotirara, and at
a big bend, midway between tlie
two agencies, I set myself down one
fall to do some trapping. It was the
first or second year alter the agencies
were established aud the redskins
forced to live upon them, and the
whole lot of them were in a cantank
erous state from Sunday morning to
Saturday night. War parties were
sneaking off the reservation now
and then to sneak back when
the pursuit became too hot, and the
red devils left at home thought no
more of killing a white hunter titan
you would of kicking a chip out of
"I went there to hunt and trap be
cause it was a game region, but I
realized all the perils, 1 knew that if
I was discovered by the Indians I'd
be wiped out instanter. I outfitted tit
Laramie with a mule, provisions and
traps, and was ten or 'leven days get
ting to the bend in the river I have
spoken of. The first tiling was to
corral the mule in a safe place, and
the next to go into camp about a mile
away and leave as few traces of my
presence as possible. 1 didn't see any
Indian signs around there, but I didn't
let that fact make me over confident.
I have been struck by a rattlesnake
when I didn't suppose there was one
within ten miles. I made me a com
fottable shelter of limbs and brush,
got fifty-six traps into the river and
some dead-falls set, and had begun to
feel a bit easier in my mind when, on
the third day after my arrival, 1
scouted out to see if the mule was all
right. I found him dead. His throat
had been cut from ear to ear, and, by
the big horn spoon! it was the work
of a redskin. He had not only cut
the animal's throat clear across, but
had cut and slashed the body in fifty
places. In the sign language of the
Indian that meant contempt for the
owner of the mule. It meant for me
to look out for myself. It meant war
to the knife on the white man who
bad dared trespass upon the forbidden
"If I had been fool 'nuff to go walk
ing around in search of the mule, the
chap who finished him would have
finished me. But I wasn't, you see.
I went gliding about like a sarpint,
and from the edge of a thicket I saw
the body of the mule lying in a little
glade. That there was an Indian near
by, ready to draw a bead on me, I had
no doubt, and tho idea didn't rattle
me as much as you might suppose.
I reasoned that if there were two reds
they would have run the mule off in
stead of killing him. I believed there
was only one ,and that he was some
young warrior who wag ambitious to
JPAtcb cuniilhg with me, and who
wanted the honor of having outgener
aled me. That tickled me a bit. I
don't want to do any boasting, but
I've lived in the Indian country all
my life, and it never happened that a
redskin got very far ahead of me, as
anybody knows of. It was about 10
o'clock in the morning when I got my
gentle hint. From the looks of the
body I judged that the mule had been
killed that very morning. This made
it pretty clear that the redskin had
not yet discovered my shelter. Other
wise, he would have attended to my
case first. My first care was to get
out of the neighborhood without leav
ing any trail, and then to build a
small tire at a mile or so from my
camp, and cut down brush and make
a decoy camp. The lire I had used to
cook my breakfast had been built in a
hole in the ground, and carefully ex
tinguished when it had answered my
purpose. The red would smell the
smoke of this fire half a mile away,
snd I chuckled as I thought of him
Bkulking around there and waiting for
a man about my size to come in and
be bored with a bullet.
"The next move was to strike the
river just where the savage would hit
it if looking for my traps. It was
guesswork, of course, but I surveyed
the ground, put his head on my shoul
ders for half an hour, anil when I
waded hack I was in ambush in a
bunch of willows, and he would have
to show himself to get to me, I rea
soned that he would lind the tire aud
the counterfeit camp by 11 o'clock.
He would hang around there until
about 2 before he gave up looking for
me. Then he would slide for the
river, hoping to pick mo upas I sat on
the ground pulling the pelts off my
catch. 1 had been in potation over an
hour, and was beginning to wish the
climax would come, when a sudden
thought lifted me a loot high, and in
side of a minnte I was snaking my
way dow.-? tho stream. It Htruck me
all in a heap that I had reasonetl
wrong. The redskin wouldn't come
my way at all, nor come through the
woods, but would go further up tbe
river and come floating down along
the right bank, which was heavily
shaded, and in the shadow. I came
to a stand about a quarter of a mile
below the ambush, and in one of tho
small bends of the stream. I could
now see up the river clear to the spot
I had vacated, and what do you sup
pose happened inside Oi ten minutes ?
Well, sir, that Indian came floating
<lown at the end of an old log, and
when he reached the point opposite to
whjre I had waited to ambush him he
rose up, picked his rifle oil' tbe log,
and waded ashore, drawing the log
after him and landing it, Then he
softly crept into the willows, and if I
had l>een waiting in the old spot he
would have had my back to
him, and I would have been
a goner. Tiie cuss had reasoned i
out for himself. Ho bad discovered
that the camp was bogus. He had
reasoned that I would lay for him
just where I did. Then, to beat me
at my game, he had gone up the
stream and floated down to take m«
in the rear. Sharp Indian he was,
but there was a party by the name of
Joe Wagner in that neighborhood just
then, I could buve shot the red as
he left the water for I had a mon
strously heavy rille, but 1 didn't want
to. I wanted to mortify and humili
ate him tirst. In half an hour he re
appeared and he was puzzled. After
standing for a few minutes he made
up his mind that I had posted my
self lower down and he sets his log
afloat and comes drifting along with
only his nose above water, .lust as
he reached me he pushed the log into
the bank, waited for a long three mb -
utes, and then rose up and crawled
ashore. As he rose up to get a view
around him, we were not thirty feet
apart. I riz too, rifle to my shoulder,
a.id yelled at him."
"Bah! You are only a squaw at
•'Well, sir, he was paralyzed—the
first kiud 1 ever saw. His rifle fell to
the earth his jaw dropped, his eyes
' bulged out, and I just did hate to pull
the trigger and knock him over.
Wouldn't have done it if I thought he
would have promised to go home and
leave me alone, though somebody
would have had to pay for that mule.
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50x150, Bonnie Brae tract, corner on
Eighth street 3000
00x150, Ela Hill's tract, one-half
block from car line 500
107x254, Adams street, near Figueroa 9000
40x148, cor. Aliso aye. and St. Louis st 5000
100x150, near Belmont hotel 1800
52x155, Seheffielin tract, near ear line. 1500
128x155, northwest cor. Hill and Pico 14,720
155x105. northwest cor. olive and
Lot 30, block 4. i,os Angeles Improve
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150x153, cor. Toberman and Davis sts 5350
Lot 4. block F, Sunset tract 350
42x205, Union avenue 1600
Lot 10, block 12, Beaudry tract No. 2. 1000
Lot 15, block 5, Williamson tract, cor 800
Lots 101 ami 102, Garbolino 11425
108x155, Flower street, near Pico . 8250
Lots in Angeleno Heights 2000
Lot in Fairmount tract 2200
lA>t 13, block A, Los Augeles Improve
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50x150, Goodwin tract 700
60x105, Vignes tract, one block from
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2 lots ou Ninth street, near Pearl 7000
Lot 44, block 9, Howes' tract 350
tSOxIOO, King street, near Main .. 1500
50x180, Orange Heights tract 1750
110x170, cor. York and Grand avenue 7500
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50x180, Grand aye., near Pico. . 3750
Bx9, Highland tract 1500
18, Kay's tract 1250
22, block 21, Los Angeles Improve
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10, block F, Sunset tract , corner 800
50x155, Flower street, near Ninth .. 4500
21 and 23, block 4, Augelefio Heights,
23 a corner 3500
12, 14, Hi, block 2, Harvey tract, on
clean side of Adele Bt., each 2500
00x127, cor Pleo and Aburn sts 2500
28, block A. Montana tract 1300
50x150. West sidt Beaudry aye., near
58J<x176, on Rowland st 1200
48x150, Grand aye. Walker tract.. .. 2000
00x105, Workman St.. E. L. A., half
block from Downey aye 1500
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50x110. Fourth st 11,500
.">»;',xl2o, northwest corner second
and hot Angelea rta 40,000
00x105. west side o' Spring, pat foot 600
120x105. northwest corner Spring
and Second sts 200,000
100x175, Mills and Wicks extension
of Second tt. . 0600
35x100, Main st., two-story brick j
120x1115, southeast corner Fort and
Fourth sts 80,000
20x155, San Fernando st., opp, pas
senger depot, with house which
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t.0x1f,.,, Spring st.. near fourth.. 50,000
100x00, Bueaa Vista at... 10000
25x105, Upper Main st., per foot .. 175
Lovely Homes, for Yourself or
A lovely place on Figueroa st., north
of Washington ; house of 12 rooms,
hath, pantry, etc.; all modern con
veniences aud well furnished; lot
50x150 10 500
House of 8 large rooms, bath, pantry,
etc., on tbe famous Bonnie Brae
tract, on Grandcn ave,near Ninth st,
new aud modern 5100
Choice new 5-room cottage; bath,
pantries, closets, etc ; beautiful
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At the Office of the undersigned, for[the
In front of all the lots of
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On the corner of
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Specifications to be had at this office.
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near car-line 2000
Two-story house of 9 rooms, bath,
pantries, closets, electric bells,
grates, hot and cold water, on Hope
at., near Sixth; 50x105 8000
House aud lot, corner Temple and
Beaudry aye.; one of the prettiest
places m the city, 11 rooms, bath,
pantries, etc.; lawn, flowers, stable,
etc.; lot 64>*x50 12,000
House aud lot on Downey aye., cor
ner of one of the principal streets;
9 rooms; al] modern conveniences;
new and sightly; lot 110x16.1 10,000
House and lot on Kinney st., near .
Main; 8 rooms, bath, pantry, clos
ets, etc., beautifully arranged for
comfort; lot 50x1 tilt 1 ;,, covered
with bearing orange trees 5000
Two-story house of 8 rooms, hand
somely decorated, gas, hot and cold
water, bath and all modern con
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walks; lot 50x150, on Bnena Vista
A new, two-story, 10-room house,
bath, pantry, etc., located in oue of
the moßt desirable neighborhoods
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rents for 160 a mouth; all modern
conveniences; lot, 64V„x120. 5100
House aud lot on Hope St., corner lot;
ti rooms, bath, pantry, closets, grate,
etc., beautifully Untuned 4000
Sice uew cottage on Beaudry aye.,
near Temple 3200
House and lot ou Virginia avenue,
Boyle Heights, 4 rooms; everything
new and nice; lot tioxl4B 3100
House and lot ou F.ower st, near
Eighth st.; 8 rooms; new and nice;
flowers, stone walks, etc.; 50x155
to alley 8000
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Lot 54, block A,Wave Crest 050
Lot 34, block A, Wave Crest 850
Lot 52, block A, Wave Crest 850
lx>t 42, Central addition, on Sixth
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Lot in Scott's addition 2500
House of six rooms, corner Second
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Two beautiful lots on American aye.,
between Pint and Second sts.; each. (ioo
I Art 23, block 92, near corner. 450
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Forty-four acres at Tropico station,
on Southern Pacific Railroad, just
north of city; all under cultivation;
house, ti rooms, well, windmill,
etc.; per acre 400
j Twenty-six ncres near Verdtigo Post
office; 2t 3 shares of water to the
acre; per acre 500
Forty acres at San Dimas, with good
water right ; per acre 180
Thirty-six acres corner Vermont aye.
and Eighth st.; a splendid buy for
subdivision; per acre 1500
Twenty-three acres at Pasadena, near
business center; avenues on three
sides: millions iv it to subdivide;
per acre 1500
Ten acres on Figueroa St., in city
Two acres at South i'asadena; good
water right 4500
Ten acres at Crescent Canada 1000
Seventeen acres nt Orange, three
blocks from r.. /depot, with water;
Three acres on Temple street; just
outsM.. UtT limits; per acre 1000
Thirty acres 12 miles from city, just
southwest of Downey! per acre. 125
Five and one-half acres at Monrovia;
partly improved, with water; per
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ON VERMONT AVENUE, 9 Miles from Los Angeles.
■ Four Miles from Redondo Beach, the Coming Great Watering Place of
Near Proj.>osed Kaput-Transit Motor Road to Rosecrans and A. T. and S. F. Railway to Redondo Beach. Both roads
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The well-known ' Townsites of Rosecrans, Broad Acres and Gardena, are immediately
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This tract is specially adapted for growing small fruits of all kinds, while it is the HOME OF THE APPLE
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One of the most noted nursery men of Ix>s Angeles county has purchased 1(10 acres of these lands in a body
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The lands of this tract bordering on the lake are peculiarly adapted for Town Site and Water Company Pur
poses. For sale by the owners.
HENRY A. DARLING, 34 North Spring Street,
M. R. HIGGINS, 34 North Spring greet.
J. J. GOSPER, 33 South Spring Street.
Or by lieal Estate .A-gents.
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corner .of" Adams and Hoover Sts.
The best Residence portion of Los Angeles.
Large Lots ! Cement "Walks !
Assorted Fruit Trees on every Lot. Zanja piped
in Cement. Streets Graded and Graveled.
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ON SALE MONDAY, AUGUST 29th,
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On DATE, CHAVEZ & MISSION STREETS.
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AND PLANING MILLS,
NO. 18 COItIMERC! Al, STREET*
West Bonnie Brae, Fairview avenue,
House and lot, Courthouse street, fine
view, only $1575.
Two lots, Childs Heights; for both, $400.
Lot in the Crippcn tract, half cant.; rjtiooo.
t'ity Center tract, a bargain, half cash;
Electric Homestead tract, with $000 bouse
Two lovely lots, highly improved, Figueroa
street, 5-room house, bath, splendid home;
Lot on Twelfth street (to be slaughtered),
Two lots, house, barn aud water; a bon
Lot in Howes Trnct. "How's" this, $250.
Franklin, near Spring, $tir>o front foot.
Lot clean side Flower, Inside Twelfth.
Best buy in the city, $.1500.
Long Beach lots, very cheap.
Longstreet lot, cheap, $2000.
Lot corner Ninth and Nevada. See it.
Lot in Severance Tract, $2200.
Lots on Aliso Avenue, $1250.
Finest lot in Angeleno Heights, $2000.
Grant avenue, near Pico, $4000.
CALDWELL, WHEELER & MYERS
12% N. Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
D. E. Wells. C. 0. Gillhore.
•SILdLIHORE dc WELLS,
Real Estate Brokers.
10 North Main Street.
FOR SALE—BARGAINS, EVERY ONE.
Call and see us. Choice property ou
Walnut avenue. Ixits in Sisters of Charity
tract. Lots in Alcantara tract. Lotlln Dim
miek tract. Lots in De Cclia truct. 1 Aits in
Bentom tract. Lots in Kinney tract. Lots
in Oliis tract. Ixits in Sanborn tract. 297
feet corner Alameda and Second sts., at $250
per foot. Acre property within one-half
mile of city limits, finely improved, $500 to
■1000 per acre. Choice lot at Washington
We have some excellent bargains in
ranches, business ami resilience property.
GILLMORK >fc WELLS.
ng7 lm 10 North Main Street.
THE ROGERS VINEYARD AND FRUIT
ranch, North avenue. Washington Col
ony; 5 miles from city; 2 miles from Malaga
FENCED with substantial fence;
WATER in abundance;
ALL in bearing raisin aud wine grapes,
ALFALFA, and Fruit trees of the best-paying
Varieties, 2Va to 0% years old.
Good house, barn, etc., etc.;
Income this year, $5000:
The place is one of the best in the county;
Will double in value very soon;
Will sell cheap and on easy terms, and
Will subdivide if desired.
Apply to or address E. ROGERS,
ag2o tf Grand Central Hotel, Fresno.
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All persons are hereby notified not to trust
my wife on my account as I will not be re
sponsible for any dehts contracted by her.
Chas. 8. Bennett.
Ixis Angeles, Aug. 29, 1887.
THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER CO.
will strictly enforce the following rule: The
hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8
o'clock a. m. and 0 and 8 o'clock p. v.. For a
violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut ofi aud n fine of two dollar, will
be charged before water will be turned on