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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
(I !'I I iiTurcoit.
Adams and Flgueruaatreeta. Celebration
of the ilitly Knenariat ut B a. in.: inornlna
Service ami sermon al 11] Bunday rcltool al :i;
full choral evensong and sermon at 7:30 p. tn.
churchmari visiting Lns Angelas are cordially
Invited tn St. John's. Beits tree; vested ehulr.
Talie Qratid avenue tiabli to Adams street utid
walk 1 block west. Rev. B. W. R. Taylor,
sniiuisT church" kp'ibi oivil
KJ Flower and Floo streatsi 111 ad s. Clark,
recti.r; resilience |81() Son llt flowei Hlrcel.
Bunday services. 11 a. in. und7:Ml» p. in. Ilnly
coinmuiilon Ural ami ihltd Sundays of Die
month. Butulay school. 9:45 a. in. Seata
free. Blrangerfl am cnriiltilly Itttltett tn all
acrvlccs. Eleclrle cara lo Pico Heights or I'ni
versity station pass Ihu ohnroh.
TMMANUEL PRESBYTER lAN CHURI U,
I oorner Tenth and Haerf atraets, Thotiartor,
It "v. lir. Ohiohaater will preai v nt 11 a. m.
ltev. J. C. A. llimry of Ban Francisco will ad
dress a pnpiilni meeting nt 7Sill p. tn. in Indiail
of the Young Wnruen's ('hrisiinn as*nclallon.
Mrs. Dr. Tnlhutsi will sing llni mitrtiiitg offer
tory. Everybody welcome.
S~ T "PAUL'S CHURCH . • d.IVLST., BETWEEN
Filth anil SI lib lta.,Rav.Geo, Franklin bug
lice, Rcolor. Morning prayer at 11 a. ra.!
evening prnver at 7 :;tl» p. in ; Sunday achnol at
0:45 a. m.; noly communion, Brsl Sunday lv
eaidi nionlh al 11 a. in., Aral arid third sun
daya at 7 a. in.; nitirning prayer on Saints'
days al 11 a. ni.
X.MRHT PBEBBYTKRIAN CHURCH, CORN I'll
1s- e.uid tih.j Broadway Praachlni. 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school, Efl3o a. in.
Chlneae Bunday school,' 5:20 p. in. Youtll
people's Baelaty Christian kadaavor, it 30 p.
lit. Prayer meeting daily ut iiouu amllu n i:
day7:4sp. in. Strangers cordially Invited.
/ tIIURCH OF TH F. NEW ERA \ V 808 N,
Kj Main al. 11 o'clock discussion; How lv
Supplant competition With Cooperation,
Evening service by Rev. W. c. Bowman, New
Kra View of the Rich Man ami Lasarua, John's
orchestra. L. It. I'hisoiih, bnrltouc sulolat ami
songs of the New Era Seats free.
SPIRITUALISM PROF. I.OCKWOODSfI'.AKS
k? at Forestera' Hall, 107.. N. Main street, al
B;30 Spirttuallam in Mormon Utah. At7iBo
Electro stales of the Human Mediums' brain,
Necessary lur All spirit Communication, illus
trated by Hie telegraph. Teals by M rs. llal
drldge. Admission 10 cents.
frill X PEOPLE'S CHcitCH li.l.iNllls iiTu~
J. oorner Sixth and Broadway. Rev. lu-. Fay
will preach at ll o'clock. Bubject; The En
lichmantof Life Tltrougli Bxperlanco, Rev.
J. 11. Philips will preach nt night, Subject:
The Hist l'siilin; Is lt True? Everybody in-
317*1 est t:oNOßi;(>ATiotsTi7clK'"i7cii coit-
P ncr sixth and inn streets, Thti pastor,
lobt. c llulehlns will preach at II a» m.
upon christian Docility; and al 7:80, Genuine
Mpentance. Morning service, an hour and a
quai'tcr; eventug servloo, one hour.
SpißrritALisM Mvi'i-: plain ai opera
House itall. 110 S. Main si. Dr. Dean
Clarke will hold n medltun*' ITieeill t'-'.'.Tn,
ami al 7:.'l() scleutlfioally ciplaln The Laws
Mild Methods of Spirit Miiulfnslatl.ilis. Admls
sinn in cents.
RTF TILE UNITY CORNER - ] lilZ
\J and TMrd si». Rev. .1. B. Thomson, pas
tor, services Bunday at ll n. m. Bubiiaih
ac hue i at. i):;io a. in. Subject Buuday morn
ing;: Are tiie Jew. Christians? There will
be no event"* services.
'orMpwiN m. if t'ntTTvTit, iiorE
ki between Seventh and Klghtli Rev. Isaac
Kaylnr will preach al 11 a. in. and al 7:30
p. m. Bubleot of evening aermon: Bxelllng
Beetles at Rosedale Comelcry. Muss Pcntecust
meeting at li p. m.
rpiiEtisoi'Tiicai~siicikty frrr public
X lectures every Sunday al 7:15 p.m., Law
retire Hull, 525 W. I'tdii "tree!. Subject ln
niglii Ethlos of Causation, by Mr. Frank
TTiOR SALE—NICELY' LOCATED LOTS ON
C Third, Fourth. Fnih, stxtii ami
Bun Pedro si reels nnd cross
avenues: 200 of (base lots
are to bo sold at auction 11,\t
Thursday. Terms are easy, Get
full purtleubirs of
LOB ANGELES LAND ItEUEAU,
207 S, Broadway.
HUNTER'S TEX AS TAMA EES C.\N~BE 011"
taineil at liie following places: Bprlng
and Second, first and spring, Junction Tit talc
and spring, front of Gevmaula saloon, Main si-
Our sign lndicutcs our address, tils Bellevne
avenue. Don't be Imposed upon by Imitators.
Buy the genuine article in the above locations.
We an-the originatois of tho genuine Te\n>
tamnles in Los Angeles- 12 14 Gut
"VT OTICF. THE LOS ANGKLKsTrTV WATER
XI com puny will strictly enforce tbo following
rule: The hours for sprinkling ate between U
and S o'clock a. in. ami ii and S o'clock p. 111.
■Tora violation of ihe above regulation lite
water will lie shut off and a flue of $2 will lie
charged before lite water will be turned on
again. 8-17 a
QPECIAL TEACH Fits* EXCURSION TO tTfl"
p euro and points east, over Denver und Rio
Graiuie and Rock Island route, under manage
men loi A. Phillips a Co., M v Zttth, 30th ami
June 2d. Ofllee, Ills s. SI'RlSu BT. 5-17 101
V»-~T.~YVOtIDS WILL FORM V CLASS FOR
r> • beginners in dancing for Indies and
gentlemen, at Si. Vincent's Hull, Hill street,
between sixth nnd Seventh, ou Monday even
ing May 22nd. o-jl 11
C" IEMI'.NT SIDEWALKS. iIASI MKNT FLOORS
' and reservoirs, 5c per toot. Plastering,
brick and cement work repaired. DENNIS
BIADIQAN, 40BBan Pedro m. Mini
XINCI.E BAM WINK CELLARS. E. PLKUR.
J wholesale and retail. Sonoma end Napa
dry and sweet wine.-. Brandies, vvltiskics.
404-40<i X. l.os Angeles st. 1 ti
ITUFTY1 TUFTY Did [. \ Its TO jMiTHINfI TH \ 'i'
Drake's tutnales are the cleanest and best,
material and workmanship considered.
OS ANGELES N OPEN FOR
the summer; plunge and tub batha Adja
cent to City Hall. 5-80 :ti
A E — BT6TIiR, Ho I' sE"MI 1V ER, OFFICE?
)12 Center Place. \.\ o tl
IbOnTJkNIi FOI NO.
FOR SALE—IF YOU WANT WELL LOCATED
real ealate in this city get partic
ulars of property to in- sold at
ant-lion n--n hitrsdav.
LOB ANGEI.L- LAND lil'ltEAU,
207 B. Broadway.
m *-21 lt
lOBT ON SUNDAY, MAY 14, A LADIES'
J gold hunting case Walthatn watch, No.
3,100,542, (-use No. 1; !17.',4 1 ~1, Spring, Main or
at baseball grounds. The tinder will be liber
ally rewarded by returning in "11." box 30
Herald office. 5.1,; (j|
OBT—BETWEEN COR. Hl' TENTH AND
J Pearl sta., a lieavy brown und yellow
beaver shawl. Kinder please leave a'l this
Office and old ai 11 snilnlile reward. 5-2] 2t
CON I X A t: I Olt
IrtRANK c young,
' son block. 8-10 ly
CTONRA D BCHER~ER, GRANITE, P.I TEM IV.
J ous and asphalt paving. 227 W. First st.
WANTED AM. NEEDING 111 ll' VHEK,
employment nr any Information, address
K. NITI 'INKER'S BUREAU, established 18*0
Office, Slfl'i South Bprlng atreet, residence 451
Bumh Hope street, comer Filth, Los Angeles,
Cal. Tel-phono 113. B-l7ltf
fjVETT Y. if I'M MXL 4 CO., IM PI.o YM X N'T
I agents, 1311-18* W. Firat at. Telephone SOB.
Under the Isia Angeles National Rank. Help
til all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Bltiiatiohs of all kind) furnished.
\»' AM ED \ ' FlitsT-CLABsI JAPANESE
t ' cook; also first-class Japanese gardener
who can ntllk. Apply during forenoon to
Mils. M. S. SEVERANCE. 7*B Adamsslrect.
TaTANTED tWO GOOD BROOM MAKERS.
VV x I. ( ii iiroo.m factory, Hie, abort
at., I.oi Angelas; 0-317t
WWI lli BORSE 'carrier To CARRY
route on this paper; mmt hitve good
liori-e .Vtill /I
Wi NTED—BY ~A HO lIX it AND' INIiT?HTuT
uns mini, v lm neither drink* lioi hum,ken,
it situation ah in,'!-: wntolirnuu. or to look after
Idle property Address t). P. 11., Gospel Mls
llOßi Lot tngslea, 5-81 :n
WAsnii "a uTk in im of" fam 17, y bsw"
lug in do, ut room 111, No. 11*1 college at.
'-"' 1 . r "a ! — r- _ " .-' i. i I. '
wa g>TK '_"c« a
1710n BAIJaV-CAtt AND GET FULL PARTIC-
V ulars "f the Inentlon, etc., of lots
to be fold next week, I'llorstlay,
at Atirilon. Terms liberal.
LOB ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
207 s, Broadway,
117 ANTE- A FCKNltliF.il HiifMl'r' oFTI
wr rooms within n few minutes' wall of
Hollenbeea. Address "FURNISHED house,'
lloi HO. Herald office. 5-10 tl
rt-rr : —■ ' . — 1 ■ : — rzzzT
iTtOS HALE- WITHIN fl MINUTES' WALK OF
the very heart of Lns Angclus,
and ci auction to llio highest
hiilder, Thursday, Mny 25th, at
i p. in., on tho (round', lino
choice I'lectcd lots In the fam
ous Wolfskill tract You must
not, neither can you afford to
miss tills grand often ,: Maps
■illll oslalogues at
LO.) ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
207 B. Broadway.
-—~ B-31 lt
I -Mill 11FNT- AT BAN TA MONICA, A FUR
-1 nlshed i olingo of five room and balh. In
quire of M. 11. BOYCE, real ealate agent, Hanta
Monies. 5-21 Tt
'mi i.i;t ti-. nil. ii7T.i*-« koom.'himfLy
X furnlabed cottage, - Belmont aye,
TO LET—NISW fi-ItdoM COTTAGE, UNFITR-
nlslicd 4-t.'l Bernard st. fl-1 a 41
• i i .'Bi i . —. a-.j- j-x.'j
furnished cottage; special rates by tho
vein La icsponslblu party. 11. C. BAGO, Banta
Monica, wedAsnn 517 2t
It BNT NICK, PLKABANTT BUNNY
r rooms at low ratea. 008 Banning street.
TO LET—A I'LE ABA NTIIOOM IN PRIVATE
I lainlly. Apply,-,K>4 E. FifthJtt. 8-lU7t^
FOB lt«Kt- UltCUUl.JlllKnil*.
r pO LET- PART Of BTORF. NO. 21(1 SOUTH
1 llmuilwiiy. Enquire of oeenpnnl. . r > 17 If
_ t> XOHANUa.
ilillM <|AA-"0 ACREB, Rion LOAM ROIL.
!Pl*»,UyV Incnted 1 mile of rallroail niitl
rood town, within i7iniit>Bof Loa anyalaaia
terra In Deerini navnl orange* 10 lemon trees,
> In loft »hell waluula, almut 10 acres In
latfSuotta trttttat ornnmental plants, roaea,
atagnollaa,gravaldriveway; troata a 100-foot
avenue; So acraa in alfalfa. Tha belanaS la ali
tine frnit and laming land. Fine mndurn-
Inilll bouaeof 7 rooms, llniHlmd In purl! red
wood, line mantel* closets, bath-rooms; house,
Di I rooma for MTvante; jrood ham ami oilt-
I.nil.linns. The place is lll| under l't'lice and
Toss-lenecd. Artesian wells ami iitllci (Wj.cu
ill over lite place and In the houae. WIN trade
liis tnaitullieenl furni for itiKiti Northern Call
ornla property, fall or addreaa t: ltl per a
lOW, lOU.'j B. llroadway -1-0 uu mo lv th tf
I Wit BALE -NICELY LOCATED LOTS, CLOSE
" in; three oaf Unea pasaiitg near
them, Don'! buy elsewhere be
fore Investigating. Terms very
liberal. < 'all on
LOS ANOBLEB LAND BUREAU,
207 s. Broadway,
1710R EXC.HANOE « S MAKE A SPECIALTY
JP ol exohanglng propartlea: we
naay hundredplaeea on our books, and are
Dontinnally making azohangea all over the
rouniry, ff you have aiiylhitiK to trade, write
ua, deseribiiiK your proper, Riving us price and
Incumbrance, and we will allcnd to lt al once.
WOODWOBTB A MARRINEB,
17IOR EXCHANQK—A DESERT - < I.AUII OF
IHOaaraoa. with water st.uk, for vacant
Inl, ti iciuii ami wagon. Address 11. J., 21101 E.
First street. 0-21 6t
I'OH F\chan7;e-A DESERT CLAIM OF
I 1(10 acres, with water stock, for vacant lot
nr team und wagon. Address, U. .1., 9001 E.
First si. 5-B1 Bt
iTvHt EXI lIANtIK—STORE lIOUBE A N 1)1 AIT
I ami tine lierso and carriage for nn ciuilr In
house and lm In ritv.viiliicd at tf2500 lo )r"IO(IO.
Address 11. S. ()., Herald. tf
To EXCHANGE—A LOT IN EAST Los AN
geles for an Qprjght piano, Address M us.
M. M, si I.I.IVAN. leaS Bt. James at. f>-177t
— — — "r-.-t-taii. :
1 advertise nnthing but what are genuine
bargains,and will bear fullest Inveangaalon,
n.Mm waul lo bo treated fairly and siiuarely
aalionnte. henry .i. htani.kv,
227 \v. Baoohd »L
ffIQAA—BUYS OROCKBY, FlltßT CLASB,
'i?<evll» good neighborhood, largo stock;
roual sell at once.
»IQA|\— BUYS SPLENDID GROCEKY'
ePIOtHI slnre, tire miles from Los Augelea;
wood, cimi, hay, grain, etc.; post
ofilcoin store; line paying place;
coiiie and sec this.
OQIVV- B' : VS CIUAK Bt'SINESB; BEST LO
ripOUlF caruitt in city; splendid stock; mak
ing large profits.
V'ltlhi '"' VS b\KKK V, TWO HORBES,
rPIII'"" wagon; doing tine business; good
store t rude.
ijli'flt BUY s l.oiKilXO HOUSE,. 22
rT'lUtn' rooms; beat location in oitys house
always full; tine place.
O *> ~ 1k- BUYS I'ltl'lT STAND; ONE OF THE
O*'*'"' beal mi spring st.; horse und wagou
goes with Itiis.
StifWl ° UYS RESTAURANT ON SPRING
eT"t\fU It.; doing good business; making 50
per cent profit: snap.
i»>)-. ffUUV—BUYS BOOT and SHOE ni"Sl
«3s—•*v-"'VI nrss; the very best in Los Ange
les; this Is a rare clianee.
DARTNER—SPLENDID OPENING IN GOOD
X paying bualm -s; small capital required.
IUAVE ALL KINDS Ot' BUSINESSES AND
partlicisliips iur sale from $150 t.i $50,000.
HBKBY .1. BTANLBY,
5-21 St 227 W. Socoiid at,
FftOß SALE-WOI.FSK ILL TRACT '.OTS AT
miction this week, Thursday, 1
p. m. on the grounds. Tenia
are ve.rv easy,
1.08 ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
207 8. Broadway.
— 5-21 ll
Mrs. i > i^~T^f~sMiTii, Tpeciai/tyTiid-
Wliery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment al »-7 Peiievue avenue. Calls promptly
attended tu. Telephone lilt). 8-35 tf
BORGE D. BEAITII, M. I),, OFFICE - AND
\T residence, i:ii North Spring street, office
h.mrs, 8 t.i 12, 1 to 5, ti lo S p. n,. Telephone
DR. HAMPTON, EYE, EAR, THROAT, CA
tarrh l ined. Room 1!) Hellman block,
Third and Main. 5-14 i m
LOsS ANGELES HERALD 1 SUNDAY MORNTtSTGr, MAY 21, 1893.
FOB SAI.E-STOPt BTOPI AND CONPIDER
the location cf the Wolfskill
tract:—Within 5 mlnntra' walk
of the postofflee. Right In the
line of progress and Improve
ment, electric, car llnea all
around It.- Third aircei on tha
north.—Seventh street on the
south.-The beautiful B. P. Ar
cade depot on the cast and San
Pedro st reet on the west. -Why,
It la in the very heart of Uts
Angeles. For mllea north,
south east aud west. It la sur
rounded wlih thickly settled,
residence neighborhoods autl
grand business blocks. Next
Thursday, May 38th, ut Ip. in.,
on Hie grounds, 301) of Ihe very
choicest lv's In this tract will
be sold al nuctiaat 1o Ihe high
est bidder. To tiie speculator,
Investor and bume-aeckar we
aay wait for this grand offering,
— You cannot affurd lo miss it
if safe Invuatments ami accu
mulutlon of coin is your ambl
tinii.—Terms llbei aL Maps and
LOS A.N087.E8 LAM) BUREAU,
307 B. Broad way.
5 I -o cash, $25 MONTHLY, NO INTER
au ItlU est, buys cosy 0-room cottage, close lo
si')/ill CASH, $20 MONTHLY, MO INTEJ
IT-."U eat, buys beautiful 7-rouin cottage;
flno local Inn; blgsnnp.
C>1)l/k t"ABH, $20 MONTHLY, NO INTER
VIVv eat, buys beauliful cottagu, closu to
electric line. See the -above at once DE LA
MONTE, 121 R Broadway. 9-21 lit
RALE A LARGE MODERN
.fPUaHtU house, 12 rooms, with baths, closets
ami perfect sanitary arrai'gi uo to ■: ncnrlyone
acre of haudsomely Improved grounds, itiih
bnrn, carriage home and driveway. This place
coinraands view of the entire city, snd is close
In. A very great bargain; only J6500. T.J.
CUDDY, 20(1 N. Spring. t _
i~f^~M()NTniY~FOR 117 MoN r fl7s,~No TN - -
I•) terest, no rnah down, buyu a cosy (I
rooui uottsgo. clout- tv Belmrint aye, and Tcm
iilc-St. cable. What more could you ask? DE
I,A MONTE, 121 S. Broad way. 0-81 3t
• nrjiA A Nit '' 'HOUSE INS WELL IM
JpZtHfW prmrtl flo fooi lot ou Eleventh St.
near Pearl; euly $2500. T. J. CUDDY, BOS N.
Spring at. 0-12 tf
4tl f avT^EW 5-ROOM HOUSE ON VlC
ep I'IUU torla street. Montblv payments
$15. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West Second
Street. 0-1(1 If
(ftYlAA—FOft SALE—NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE
on Vlatotin street; monthly pav
inents $L5.t10. ALLISON BAIILOW, 227 Weat
Be co ml SI rr.fl, 4-12 If
mit eai.rc city and OOVMKMT.
/ 1 lI.UERT it GILBER 1,
\JT Real Estate and ItiauTtinee Brokers,
13SH Soitih Spring atieet
I7OR SALE OR EXCHANGE-AN ELEGANT
10 room house, all modern Improvements,
barn, mill, tank, chicken houae, deciduous
fruit, blue gunntreveand 12acresof A 1 land,
olnse to Ihs city limits, at the very low price of
$5000. Will take part good trade, par'cash
and part time. Improvements coat all Is asked
Ironse and lot, well, barn, lawn, etc., Urm
ston tract. 4750.
Elegant 11-room cottage, near University car
One acre on ricostrpel; only $250.
We have a few lota and small houses on Pico
Heights, whieli is tho 1110 11 desirable residence
fiart of tiie elt,, which can be had ttt a bargain
( taken soon. Don't wait until the new aleo
trie cars start or your nn mo w-111 be Dennis.
Twenty-one acres finely improved, in l,an
kershlm tract; only $4500.
$10,000 place of 111 acres, near Pasadena, fur
$7500, half cash.
A line driving maro and buggy to exchange
for a lot.
A span of good work horses, wagon and har
ness to exchange for lota.
A few shares of good railroad stock to ex
change fur lots, or housu and lvi v ill answer.
Ten or twenty acres In Lisbon lemons to ex
change for house and lot in city; price, includ
ing water, only $100 per acre.'
Fifteen acros near Gaidonu, ut $123 pcraero,
Tweuiy-slx acres near Redondo, house, well
and mill, at a saerllicc.
W« can sell from 5 acres to 160 to suit, on
very long time and low rate nf Interest.
Call and let us give vnu more complete terms
and descriptions. GILBERT A GILBERT,
5 21 it 138' a B. .Spring.
FOR SALE—CALL AND etrr T-r-ir- „ TT.
catalogue of those choice LOO
lots in the Wolfskill tract tn be
sold nt aiictiun ac •I Thursday,
May 25th. Your price is ours,
so no not miss it.
LOB ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
207 B. llroadway.
FOR SALE—AT AUCTION, THURSDAY, MAY
25th., lota near the business
center that you need not pay car
faro to get 111 the heart of Ihe
city. Again, so located that you
can reach any part of the city
for 5 cents. \Ve have such lots.
Cull and get full particulars.
LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU.
207 8. Broadway.
—— 5-21 lt
IJER.SONAL— COFFEE FftESH ROAsfEI)"ON
our Giant coffee roaateri Java and Moclio,
35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c: gran, sugar. Hi
Hi $1.: brrnvn sugar, 21 lb $1; germea, 20e:
rolled rye, 10c: 4 lns rice, 25c; 3 pktti starch,
8B0; 5 lbs raisins, 20c; 5 lb« peaches, 25c; HI
lbs pink beans, 25c; 10-lb palls preserved
fruits, 98c; pirkland walnuts, lOc lb) 4 bars
Dlnmore's soap, 25c; 3 cans corned beef, 25c;
f'asoliuc and coal oil, 80c; picnic hams, l4Uc.
fx "ECONOMIC" STORES, 305 South Spring.
BROS. —GOLD BAlt
floor $1.15, ettv flour SOe, granulated sugar
Hi lbs $1. brown sugar 20 lbs $1, raisins 5 lbs
25c, sardines 5 boxes 25c, table fruit 3 cans
50c, Midland coffee 25c lb, eastern oil 80c, gas
oline SOc. 2-lb can corned beef 15c, lard 10 lbs
$1.10, 5 lbs 55e. 001 South Spring street, cor.
Sixth. 12-2 tf
ATTENTION LADIES—"EMMA"~BUST DE
velopor will enlarge your bust 5 inches.
GuarantMcd. Sealed instructions 2 cents, or
24-page illustrated catalnglle li cents, by mail.
Emma Toilet Buzar, Boston, Mass.
4-16 Suns lit
monthly medicine for immediate relief (or
painful and Irregular menses -from whatever
cause. For sale by FREEMAN st CARPER, 102
N. Spring street. B-9 ly
fyintSoNAL-W'. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER,
1 121'.j South llroadway, rooms, Probate and
insolvency law n sju-i lully. Advice free. 7-2:1 ly
•«# S Sci Ti H - DIFFEN BACH Fit, lll»>, S.
•T'7'*74y * Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
' ? Tee ih .it r acted und til h v wlthoui
' 1882 -Established-1883.
DR. 1.. \\. W ELLS. COR. OF SPUING AND
First streets, WlWnn tdoek; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty ; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. m 4 it
ADAMS IS ltl is, DENTISTS, 23111, S. SPRING.
♦ bet. Becond and Third. Painless filling
and extracting, 40e and $1. crowns, $5. set
teetb, |6to $10. Established in L. A. city IS
ycurs. 5-18 tf
DR.I). H. TSLHCItST. DENTIST,
Spring st., reoma 2, 3 and 7. Painless ex
IpRANKIifF7vENS, 384\< 80UTH SPRING ST\
Open Buuday, and evening by electric light.
DR. PARKER, DItNTIBTr~i4S~N. BPRI Nib
Telephone, 116. 3-1411
MB easasjßßsss ssal>sini.— ssssssi— —
X Firit-class music hiraiahed for balls par
ties, concerts, rrceptiens and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, et*., langbt. Office at FlUcerald'a
music stove, corner N. Spring and Franklin
sts. 10-14 ly
LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC
snd Art; open an the year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president, corner Broadway
and Fifth street. 8-14 ly
Piano ij-:s»onBs3 per montiiTgerm'an
meihods. Exuerionued teacher. Address,
P. 0, Bo* 870, otty. 5-21 su wad -
BXNJo7b"y"mISS M. E. ASTBt RY; 5 AND (j
stringed taught. Btndtosl; take elevator
by l>H| ia's store, Phillips block. 11-12 ly
i)YRK» ISP rlMik. ( ■
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKB, 241
Franklin street; flno dyeing and clean
ing. 1-13 tf
T>ARIBIAN DYE WORKS, 276 SOUTH MJVIN
street; best dying in the city. 1-13 if
A LU- COII *Tlt V PROPERTY^
IkJ ORTON St KENNEDY,"IIEAL ESTATE ANI
t Investment Broke! . 2<SI south Broadway
telephone 388, offer tin following A 1 bargain
way below their value, and will be plcaßed t<
show them to Inti mi iv purchasers.
tJj/jr/kik-111 i s A i lIOICE A7.UBA H
'!?')• l\nf acres on corner of twoflne avenues
Rich sediment soli, abundance of water, cigh l
acres In bearing navi i oranges, two acres Jus
set, good bouse and tarn v . Worth double
'aaiilMlA— BUYS A WALNUT AND QRANGi
rfP'rvirV grove one mile froni good town 01
Santa Fe R. it.; 12 acres in 20-year-old wnl
mils loaded with fruit, three acres In nave!
oranges, and alfalfa, rich still, deeded water
five-room hoii-c. v< .' ■■ 1 <
W'rjui HUYSIn i.i •- CI A/.UHA; KIVK
•tr«.«»'",.F acres in navel oranges, balance
ready to set. good soil, excellent water right
five-room house. Look litis up.
Ot t rjU\ -BUYBTHE ■ HOICEST 10 ACRE.
V fsJUU at i n, ins; solid to navel orange
and eureka lemons In bearing, heavy loan
soil, deeded water. \ i-rt ntsnap.
<Attll r.l 111 BI'Y- t.N F.I.EOANT ORANGB
s I' S*'' H' grove of 15 acres, all In bearing
on a II no avenue, rich loam soli, deeded water,
fine two-story house, good barn. A model
home way below Its value.
J»«>I»IWt—BUYS HI ACRES AT AZUSA;
'IT•.IH n • solid in lemons In fine condition
plenty of deeded water, adjoining land held
at WOO per acre. See „■> .
ITIOH EXCHANGE ts sO-ACRE STOCK OR
I 1 dairy ranch eight miles from this city
fenced, six living springs on tbe land, covered
with a heavy growth of grass. Cash value,
$2500; Hill put in some coi ii for a good bouse
nnd lot In tdfy, or small acreage close In.
.« SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUSES CLOSE IN'
— Kniitud at $30 per mimlli, .nine $',000, fm
good vacant lou southwest 0-21 2t
laJVK—THINK OF IT—STRICTLY IN
-A aide business and residence
lots at anc! inn lo the highest
bidder next Thuraday, at l pm.,
on the grounds, Wolfskill tract;
wait lor it. .Maps and catalogue.
LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
207 8. Broadway.
——_ 5-21 lt
(Jj* IfX- THE KKCKST - DAIRY RANCH IN
HP I i .rttie county, 80 acres, mostly in alfalfa ;
fenced, with house, barn, corrals, 17 head ol
milch cows, horses, wagons, buggies, fanning
utensils, artesian wells, nil complete, at only
$175 per acre. 'Ihls property is near the city,
and au undoubted bargain.
3-23 tf T. J. CUDDY, 20li N. Spring St.
I7OR SAL^FOR _ $2I7,OO()—TWENTY-FOUR
acres of Washington navel orange orchard
in the frostlc.s hell, nt Highland, bearing n
splendid Income; largo nursery; good build
ings nnd lots of water; terms easy; will sell all
or part, Address 11. 11. ROGERS, Box 30,
Messing Calif. 5-31-Bat-Sun-St
AD MINISTRATOICS SALE—CHOICE ALFAL
fa farm; first-class fur willntits, corn, fruits;
cultivated; fenced, artesian water; 00, 48, «8
acres, or all; near railroad and postofnee, 17
miles from Los Angeles. EDWIN BAXTER,
attorney, 175 N. Spring; REV. W. G. COWAN,
I'a.sudeuit. 5-3 tf
<S t'lUti t - A ('HOICK JO ACRES OF LAND,
VWfmj all in bearing fruits and berries,
with neat bouse, bnnn, well, lank, etc.; only
one mile from the city, and very uncap; only
$8000. T. J. CUDDY,' 200 N. Spring, fi-12 If
Cj — -Jin 1 I.l' \ IHDLY IMPROVED FRUIT
ajriaJwU farm of 18 acres on ihe foothills at
Altitdenn; orchard in nice condition; perfect
■water supply; bou«u, barn, etc.; price, $7500.
T. J. t'UDD V, 200 N. Spring st. 5-13 tf
TT'Ok SALIv—Ts7 AITIES OF FIRST-CLASS
r improved land, cheap, with water, near
Lcinon stntlun. Inquire on premises or tiddross
A, I. MONROE, Spndra P.O. 4-15 1 in
I.tOR SALE—INVESTORS, SPECULATORS
and honieaeakers, wait for tho
granil auction sale of 200 choice
lots in the Wolfskill tract, Thurs
day, May 25th| ot 1 p.m., on tho
grounds; here Is an onporlunltv
lo buy sirictly inside property
never before offered: wait tor It
gnat investigate; terma arc vary
literal. Maps and catalogues n't
LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
-— 5-21 lt
-IfOR SALE- COW AND CALF. CIIEApTpAIT
JT tics going east. Inquire. 125 W. NINTH ST.
f>OR SALE-GOOD PI \ NO. APPLY L.
JU SCHWAB/., 2;rt(S. la> ligclesst. 5-18 31
1/OR SALE—OLD BAJiERS IN QUANTITIES
1 — —... -. _ u..,^
y t at'al oi a tu
MONEY TO LOATT.
Agent for tho .
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
SOCIETY OFS. F.
Building loans a specialty.
Real estate sold.
Agont Sun Eire, of London,
oldest company in the world.
R. G. U NT,
2-22 3 in 227 W. Second st.
ITtOR SALE—CLOSE IN; 200 FINE LOTS;
streets graded; sold at auction
this week, Thursday. 1 p. in. on
the grounds. Walt fur It if you
wish tv buy property right.
LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
207 S. Broadway.
-—— 5-21 It
J-)E VAN A RU'ILEDGE,
Fire Insurance, Loan and Investment Brokers.
Money Loaned at 0 per cent.
Bonds Bought and Sold.
Agents Imperial Insurance Co., Ltd,, of London.
2-22 Ont 301 W. First st.
MONE YIT) LOAN ON DIAMONDS, .lEWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
oarrtages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
ami collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 8,
MONKY TO LOAJN^^^^^
OACI li LOAN COMPANY (INCORPOR
JL ATED) loans money lv any amounts on
all kinds of collateral security, diamonds,
Jewelry, sealskins, merchandise, etc. Also on
PIANOS, Eon end steel safes, and professional
libraries, without removal; and on furniture
In lodging, hoarding houses nnd hotels, with
out retunvtil. Partlnl payments received.
Mon v |iiii-!.'. Business confidential. Private
otlicesfut ladies, w. E. DE I.ROOT, manager.
Rooms 2, :: and 4 114 8. Spring st.
17I0R SALE—UNDER TIIE HAMMER NEXT
Thursday, May 25th, on the
grounds, 200 choice lols in the
Wolfskill trad; wait for it. Maps
nnd catalogues at
LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
207 S. Broadway.
MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES, H PER
cent m t on first-class property for amounts
of $lo.iioo nnd over. On loans under $10,000
no coin in is,ion will bo charged; no expense fur
e.xaiiiin;itto:i of city properly and no delay.
MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST
CO., 420 S. Main st, 3-1 liin
OTICE it'"THE PUBLIC 111 AYE BOUGHT
the p:u\ übtoking business ot B. Fanta at
80ii Noi i h Main at., on March 13th, and have
overtaken all pledges left with him at that
place, nnd will continue the same business.
Parties living out of the city wishing to coin
mu hi cute to i heir own interest will address A.
Morris in place of B. Fanta, No. 308 Nortb
Main sireet, 5-5 lm
* Tl. \NTIC LOAN CO., B. FANTA, .MANA.
J\ No, lis W. Second si. between Main
and spring sts. Established in 18S5. Loans
iiinnev ,v reduced rutes of interest on dia
monds, watches, lewclry. collateral securities,
niorivages etc. I-'air and square dealing. Also
rtiic watch repairing by R. G. GiI.HOLM. All
work guaranteed. 5-8 lm
TF YOU W ANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
1 'to commission, prevailing rates of interest,
,Mv ings Bank, 14SS. Main. 4-1 U)
All - '. STAFFER, CIffROPODIST ANT
aVI masseuse, 211 W. First at., opp. Nadeau,
I'A. KNITS, CIH'VItIIIHTS ISTC.
HA /. \ I; D (-Tt i\V NBEND, ROOM 0, DOWNEY
block. TeL 3-17, Los 11-22 if
OPPORTUNITIES FOR INVESTORS.
A SUPERB 7 PER CENT GOLD BOND
The second installment o( the first mortgage
7 per ri m gold bonds of the PASADENA AND
MT. WALSON RAILWAY COMPANY Is now
ready fur subscription. In sums to suit at par,
giving the buyer valuable collateral privilege,
which will greatly enhance the value of their
Any of these bonds, If desired, will be re
deemer! at par and interest, upon one month's
notice after the time agreed upon at the time of
sale, thus giving the holder a liberal Intorcst
for tho use of money either for a short time or
for the full term of the bonds. It Is believed
that with the small amount of bonds that will
be Issued in proportion to the cost and valuo
of the property owned by the coin paay.and tho
large prospective revenue of tne road, that
both stock anil bonds will suon bring a pre
mium In the open market.
Those wishing to Investigate with a view to
purchasing bonds, will, by appointment, be
shown over the road and all desired Informa
The bonds can be purchased from all the
banks in Pasadena—First National Bank, Pasa
dena National Bank and San liabriel Valley
Bank; and In Los Angeles from the Citizens'
Bank aud the Los Angeles Safe Deposit and
Trust Company, 813 South Spring street: also
at the company's office, Orand Opera House
Thirty days will be given to purchasers for
settlement. Among the purchasers of theso
bonds arc the following:
Chaa. H. Frost, Pasadena.
Hon. A. G. Throop, Pasadena.
T. D. Hlimsou, Los Angeles.
T. W. ffrotherton, Los Angeles.
F. H. Valletta, Pasadena.
J, D. Lincoln, Pasadena.
Mrs. E. T, M. Lincoln. Pasadena.
H. M. Singer, Pasadena.
Col. G. G. Green, Pasadena.
Andrew MeNally, Chicago.
A. 0. Armstrong, Pasadena.
D. Oalbrnith, Pasadena.
.lames Smith, Pasadena.
J. W. Hugos, Pasadena,
Hun Gabriel Valley Bank. Pasadena.
O. Roscoe Thomas, Pasadena.
C. W. Brown, Pasadena.
T. S. c. Lowe, Pasadena.
Mrs. A. L. Lowe, Pasadena.
Lowe Kmerson, Cincinnati, 0.
A. P. West, Lns Angeles.
Wm. H. Knight, Loa Angeles.
Mrs. E. T. Williams.
W. H. Simmons, Pasadena.
Mrs. Msrlha Vaussban, Chicago.
All bonds settled for before May 30th will
have .Inly coupons on, thus giving tho pur
chaser equal to 3 per cent discount.
The first issue was so promptly taken, it is
believed that this issue being tho last that Will
carry special advantages, will he taken within
n few days. To a party with a capital ot
$50,000 or morn an unusually good business
opening will be presented.
For more complete information and particu
lars, call on or address
T. S. C. LOWE,
President Pasadena A Mt. Wilson Railway Co.,
Grand Opera House Block,
ITtOR SALE—HOMES FOR ALL AT AUC
?, lion, Thursday, May 25th. 1 p.
m.,-on tho promises, 200 choice
lots in the Wolftklll tract. Here
Is an opportunity that you can
not afford to miss. Maps and
LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
207 S. Broadway.
—— 0 2 . 1 ?.*..
BiTAI?GI?LEs' »iuBIN ERprCfHJJOE~
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated) 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses in Ihe commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sosslons. Terms
reasonable Call at college oftlce, or write for
elegant catalogue. E. F. SHRADER, president:
F. w. KELSEY, vice-president; L, N iNSKEEP,
secretary. 8-16-'Ol tf
THE WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS
removed to the upper floor of the Stowell
block, 22H South Spring street, lt has now the
largest and finest business college rooms in the
state,-and the largest attendance of any com
mercial school south of Han Francisco. Fine
passenger olevator running direct to tho
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. The public Is cordially Invited to call
and inspect the collego in lis new location.
Both day and evening schools In session the
entire summer, catalogue and College Jour
nal free. G. S. Hough. President: N. G. Felker,
Vice-President; E. C. Wilson, Secy. 6-4 ly
"ST- " Ull J . Ul'Wnt'llltTl,. ~--*,.. — — —' ».»n
F Angeles, CaL, Adsms street, corner Hoover.
Mrs. Carolyn M. N. Alden of Providence, R. £,
is now ready to organize her l7th year of nor
mal kindergarten and post graduate courses.
Prospectus sent upon application to Mrs. C. M.
N. Alden, 44 Angell street, Provldonce, R, I.
after July 20th to Los Angeles. 5-1H tf
OHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING PRAC
-0 tlcally taught, latest Pitman system, at tho
LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Spring aud First ats.
STBURY, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; send for cata-
ITEACHERS'1 TEACHERS' CLASS PREPARING FOR COUN
. ty examination; positions for governesses
and teachers. 120>jj 8. Spring. 12-26 tf
~\~ WILLI!ARTiTZTMUSICALSTUDIO, ROOM
1V» 4, Potomac block. 1 1* *. y ._
FOR SALE—BEFORE PURCHASING INVES
tigate Ihe property to be sold In
the Wolfskill at
AUCTION NEXT THURSDAY, MAY 25th,
On the grounds. Here is an op
portunity to buy strictly inside
business and residence property
never before offered. Maps and
LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
207 S. Broadway,
■—— 5-21 lt
fIJMENB/ IKE DAY SAVED BY TAKING
'frftltS™* /Simla Fe excursions to Kansas
.■■sWMsjssWcilv, St. Lonla, Chicago, New York
and Boston. Ixtave Los Angeles every Wednes
day; personally conducted through to Chicago
and Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kansas
City and Chicago daily. Low rates and quick
est time. Office, 129 N. Spring st. ly
(J RE AT" CENTRAL ROUTE EXCURSIONS
T Experienced conductors through from Los
Angeles to Huston; only six days to New York
nr Boston; tourist cars. F. E. SHEARER, man
ager. Ofllee, 229 South Spring St., Los Angeles.
PHILLIPS EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
Rio Grando railway and tho groat Rock
Island route leavo Los Angelesevery Tuesday; ,
personally conducted through to Chicago and
Boston. Office, No. 13S S. Spring st. 1-tf
T C. JUDSON & OO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
rl • every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Office, 212 S. Spring st.
selnr et law, rooms 12 and 13, Lanfraneo
building, 218 North Main street, Los Angeles.
Telephone 1107, Practices lv all state and
United states courts. 3-19 tf
A. W. HITTTON. OLIN WELLBORN.
WELLBORN * HUTTON, ATTORNEYS AT
TT law, rooms 88, 88W and 89 Temple block,
Junction Spring and Main, Los Angeles, Cal, tf
JAY Z. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fj Bry .nn-Bonebrake blook. Telephone 528.
Practices in all the courts, state anrl federal.
BEN GOODRICH, LAWYER, NO. 2 LAW
building, 125 Temple street, near court
house. Telephone 108. 7-0 tf
• tr.ntion given to the settlement of estates.
115 West First street. 4-S tf
K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAw7I?UL
. lon block, 207 New High Btreet, Los
Angeles. 1-16 tf
WM. rOLLARD, ATTORNEY AT~LAW,
room 3, Allen block, Temple and Spring
I~>EEI3ONAL— PROF.STEAIVNa, ASTROLOGER
and elttirvoyunt medium, 127 South Broad
way, between First and Second sts. 4-20-lm
tations on business, love, marriage, dis
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take
University electric car to Forrester avenue, go
west three blocks on Vine street, second house
from corner of Vermont avenue.
pany of Los Angeles, northwest corner of
Franklin and New High streets. ml 7 tf
Notice Inviting Proposals for tho
Purchase of Water improvement
Bondi of the City i>; Los Angeles*.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned up to meeting of coun
cil ml the city of Lis Angeles to be held Mon
day, Msy 22, ISO!) at not later than 10 o'clock
a.m. of that day, for the purchase of all or of
•ny portion of 200 water Improvement bonds
of the city of I,oa Ansjeloj, 100 of which are lo
be del I fared and e-ald for within 10 days fiom
tha date of the acceptance of the bit, or as
soon therca'ter as the bonds are ready for l«sn
snce, aud 100 to b< delivered aud paid for four
months frem the date of thn accordance of the
bid, sea 'or the purchase ef all or of any por
tion of 528 water Improvement bonds of the
ejt» of Lns Angeles (which number inelndes
the 200 bonds above mentioned.', 200 te ba de
livered ss scon as the bonds nro teedy, not lrss
than lOdaysfrom thedate of the acceptance of
thn bid 200 to be delivered in six ntonthi and
120 to be delivered nine months Ir jm the, dale
of tbe acceptance of tho bid.
Said bonds are to be of the denomination ol
SKlOOeach, drawing; luUrest at th* rata of 6
per oent per annum, Interest payable, ac ol
annually at tbe Ch»mleal National bank of
New York, and ere to be issued under thn pro
visions and couditions ol the ant of the legla
lsture of tbe state of Cadforubt, approve'
March 19, ISBO entitled "An act nnthorlz ng
the laourilng of Indebtedness by cities, towua
and mnnlclpsi corporations, etc.," aud also un
der the provisions of o.dluancei No, 4:1(1,
1451 and 1497, new series, of ssld city, which
said ordinance* or ooples thereof may b«.soeu
at the ofllcs ol the undersigned.
Thoae binds aro al dated January 1,1893,
aud are divided Into 26 blocks of 20 bondt
eaob, and one block of H bonds, and b'glnuins
Janaary 1, 1894, mi- bond of each block will
become dun snd payable annual'v.
riopossltwlll t-> received for tho entire iaaue
or for one er more blocks.
No proposals for Iheso bonds can be entor
lalned at less than thotr face value aud accrued
Pioaoialsto be endorsed "Proposals for pur
chase of bonds "
Bonds wi 1 be ready for deliver; about Juno
Bonds will be delivered by the city troasmer
at hlsnffloe In tbe oity ball, Lo« Angeles oity.
The council reserves tho right to roject any
and all bids
By order of the council of the cltv of Lot An
(ales at Its meeting of April 17, 1883.
O. A. LUCKENBACn,
City Clerk and Ex officio Clerk ol the Council
of the Ol.y of Lns Angles. 4-21 32t
Notice Inviting Proposals for the
Purchase of Oue iSteam Engine,
With a Hose Wagon and 1500 Feet
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the under, 'unci ud to 11 o'c.iook a m.
of Monday, May 2J, 1H93, for furnishing tho
t itv of Las Angeles with one new second-cla-s
ste*m firn ea,in-, tnxatner wllhahose wagon
and lfiOO faat of notion fabric hoae.
Preaoeals will be recclred from bidders to
furnish any or all as-p nuns enumerated,
either separately or as a whole.
Bidders will furnish de lgus with bid for one
and t- e-horse ae-so wagon.
A certified oheck to the order of tho under
signed fer 8500 upon bide or the engine and
91410 npon bids for the hoso wagon, and $250
neem bids fer Are hose, must aocompanv each
proposal as a guarantee that the bidder oil
enter Into a ceatrsot il awarded to him, iv con
formity with, his bid.
Council reserves the right to rej-jct any ami
By order of the council of the city of Lot An
geles at Its meeting of April 24,1893.
0. A. LUOREN BAOH, City Clerk.
4 27 21.;.
Notice of Dissolution of Corporation.
IN THB SUPERIOR COURT OF THE OOUN
ty el Lea Angela", State nt California— No
tice of dissolution of corporation, The Los An
geles Use Company.
Pursuant to the order of the court, notlco la
hereby given that on the 28 .h day of April,
1893, The Lee Angeles Oas Company and tho
directors thereof, by leave of court first ob
tained, filed In the office of the clerk of the
Snperler Court of the county of Los Angelee
their petition for the voluntary dissolution ef
All p'-raons Interested will take notice that
en Monday, the 12lh day of June, 1893, the
petitioners will, nine's objection* be died, ap
ply to the conrt (ot the ordor prayed for at De
partment 5, In tbe County Court House of: ha
county of i,os Angel-is.
All persons having such objections must file
ttic - i with tho clerk of this court at auy
time before tho expiration of this notice—
Dated Ibis 28th day of April, 1803 •»
[Seal of Co. Clerk] T. H. WARD, Clerk.
By F. E. i ownv, Deputy.
Chenoy & Orenln, Atto-neys for Petitioners.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
f\TF-CS OF THSBOABU OF SUPERVISORS
lOth/'ttftef! -"-nialea Comity, Oaltfornl-i, May-
No Ico is hereby given that sealed proposals
wilt be recoived by the board of supervisors up
to 3 o'clock p. m. on Thursday. June ttt, 1393,
for the repairing of three bridges of 10 feet
roadway on Mich I iran avenue lv Canada rond
district, twoot said bridges tobti fit y (50; foot
span each, the other forty ,40) foot spnu.
Bl dare will submit plans, specifications,
strain sheets and working detai Is, and for fur
ther luformalioii relative thereto apply to tho
clerk of the boari of supetvlsors.
Each bid must besccompanfed with a cer'lfled
check In the .urn of one hundred dollars ($190;
made payable to T. 11. Ward, county clerk
The board reserves the right to reject auy or
By order of the board of supervisors of Los
Angeles county, California.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By J. M. Dttnsmoor, Deputy. 5-18 14t
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF BRIDGET WILSON, DE
Notice is hereby given by tho undersigned,
executors of tho list will of Bridget Wilson,
deceased, to tbo creditors of, and all p r
aona baying claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit tne same with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said eienu
tors of the last will of Bridget Wilson, at No.
253 South Main atreet, Los Augo ; ei city, CaL,
tbe same being tbe place of business of said
estate in tbe county of Los Angeles.
Dated thia IMb day of May, A. I). - 893.
Smith A Winder, Attorneys for Executors.
Notice to Whom It May Concern.
PAWNBROKERS' AUCTION BALE ACCORD
ing to law of unredeemed gotd, silver,
filled case and nickel watches, dia
mond and gold car-rings, breast-pins,
rings, sleeve buttons, collar buttons, sil
verware, told headed canes and umbrellas,
clocks, guitars, mandolins, violins, banjos,
p Ftols, guns, rifles, op :ra nnd field glas-.es,
merchanm pipes and clyar holders, overcoats,
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TURF AND TRACK GOSSIP.
A Review of the Hig Brooklyn
Diablo, Improved by His Rest Up,
Defeats the Giants.
Various clatters In the Trotting an<J
Bnoine World lv California aud at
th Far Blast—Tha New
Well, the Brooklyn handicap of 1893
ie now a piece of turf history, and the
enterprising firm of Walnott it Onmpbeil
haa won it for toe second time in four
yearai Tnoir last one waa in 1890, when
they pulled off the prize with that
"thing of shreds and patches" called
Castaway 11., by the Virginia horse
Outcast. He was 4 years old, and had
ran more bard races than moat horses of
tl, but Campbell is a groat renewer of
exhausted energies, and got him out in
great shape for that event, and, aa he
had only to carry 109 pounda in that, he
romped in ahead of Badge, Erie, Come
to Taw, L-a Angeles and lour other in
2:10. He opened at 3J to 1 and closed
at SO to 1, bo hia party reaped a noat
Thia ysar they had averyconaiderable
margin over that race, good ac that waa.
'I he great Lwillard cultLiuipligbter was
quoted at Hto 5, Judgo Morrow sto 1,
Banquet oto I, Charade and Kttceland
each 8 to 1, ao that cords of money
pourod in on those horaea, while tbe
Ultimate winner waa wholly neglected.
He opened 00 to 1, and held that way
until 4 o'clock in the afternoon, when
his price began to ahorten. They had a
2-year-old called Black Hawk that hoi
mover' through the atretch along wi'h
Diablo on the day before the race, but
the old borae could beat him very clov
erly. The race before the Brooklyn wis
a five furlong apln for 2-yearoldr, in
which Black Hank ran the crack Coat
eau le a head in iaat time. Walcott
had hacked the black colt for a place and
won fme $1200 in doing ao. He imme
diately rtarted off and backed Diablo f.r
over $12000, at adds varying from 50 to 1
down to 80 to 1, He ia reported to have
won $00,000 outside of the stakes of tbe
race of which the winner'a share was
$18,000 and the second horae $5000.
Wben Mntt Byrnes wae here last Jan
nary, the writer of this article aaked him
which of these horses he deemed the
beat—Salvator, Tammany or Lamp
lighter, and he eaid ha preferred them
in the order named. On being asked hie
reasons for thia opinion, he eaid Salvator
had won tbe anburban of 1800 with 127
pounds up and he had aerioua donbta if
either Tammany or Lamplighter could
carry that weight to" victory thia
year. He called attention to
the fact that Salvator gave 10
pounds to the second borae 'Casaiua' and
Tenny, to whom Saivator gave one
pound, could not come home within
three iergthe of Caaeiue. Thatraco waa
run in 2:OU 4ft while thia waa run in
2:09, and yet Diablo carrying live ponnda
more than Caaeiue did in that race, wine
by nearly two lengths from Lamplighter
who bad up two pounda leas than Salva
tor carried. According to both teats,
time and weight, Salvator must be re
garded a better horee than Lamplighter.
It now rema'na to be aeen if Tammany
iv uJVuI oAA.itfit *« hA&t. I—llll|.li#"*— imm
In the last number of tbe New York
Spirit, "Augur" aaya: Mr. Jamea K.
Keene haa, I am told, abandoned the
hope of importing the celebrated Eog
liab borae, Amphion. It ie known to
aeveral that lata season Mr. Keene made
overtures for the purchase of thia noted
racer. Mr. Ft.xhall Keene hae always
been extravagant in hia praise of him.
He told me last summer that he consid
ered Amphion the flneet specimen of a
blood horse he had ever beheld. An
American gentlemen made an offer of
17,001) guineas for Amphion last season,
but waa told that another American gen
tleman had the refusal of the borae if
hia owner concluded to sell, and every
one knew that Mr. Keene was the
"other American gentleman" whose
name waa not mentioned. But the
owner must have concluded not to
cell, aa Mr. Keene has since aaid he had
abandoned the idea. It ia likely Mr.
Keene would have given $100,01)1 for the
horae. But it was Amphion'a firat year
in the stud, and his owner remembered
The same writer also says, in speak
ing of the retirement of Victory irom the
In breeding Victory ie superb. Hie
aire, Brag (aire of Bumptioua), wae by
Htriisn, by Blair Athol. Victor's dam,
imported Viola, ia the mare which at
the Belmont aale cold to Mr. S. Sanford
for $20,500, the higheat price ever paid
for ft brood mare in America. She wae
by Kiaber (Derby, 1876), dam Parma, by
Parmesan; second dam Archereaa, by
Longbow. Parma was a full sister to
the great mare Modena, one of the beat
mares of her time. Viola's foutrh dan,
Vibration, waa a fnll eiater to Venna,
the third dam of St. Blaiae, both being
by Sir Hercules, dam Echo, by Emiliua.
It ia in v ictor'a favor that he raced but
little aa a 3-year-old, and that hia racing
career waa short. He goes into tbe stud
fresh and full of vitality. If I were a
breeder I should hesitate to breed from
a borae which had been raced hard and
trained many eeationa. It must impair
tho ceivoue and physical forcea. Moat
of our horses nowadays are raced co
hard and so long that they are unfit for
stud dnty for several years, and often
they are abandoned becaae tbey fail dar
ing the first year or two.
Huckrene, the winner of the Iroquois
stakes at Naahville, ia by Buchanan, eon
of imp. Buckden, out of the blind raara
Irene, that a few yearß ago came ud out
of tbe bnahea in the aouthwe t and ran
over almost every sprinter in the west
ern country. Hia race in the Iroquois
stamps him aa a colt of no ordinary
merit. The Kendall atable'a rilly Maid
Marian's recent race in the Duncan Ho
tel handicap at Naihviile, etampa her al
one ef the beat three-year-olds yet ee«n
out in tbe west. Sho ran tbe distance,
a mile and seventy yards, in I:46>£i
within a aecond oi the record, and fin
ished with her month wide opon. Tbe
! quarter waa run in 0:24, the half in
! U :&X, and the mile iv 1:4 l fiat. Shale
ito have a special preparation for the
iCiiumbua handicap at Waahingtou
The London World says that the
April meeting »t me 'iurragh was
chiefly remaiaahle for the very line
weather. This brought large numbers
from Dublin ami elsewhere to the head
naartern of Tri«h WHimste raoiri!». Tfl
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