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title: 'The herald [microform]. (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1893-1900, June 07, 1893, Page 6, Image 6',
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nEALI V A IHiMF.sK.LK Ell i'AND INVI I
|( or*' Journal Reportsoi evorythlnn pin
lug lo laud from fifty towns 111 Southern ' nil
fiirnlu. Be boom articles, but a SOBSSrvattVe,
honest record of progress, l.os Angeles otllee,
IMB South llroiidwny. send 1,2 lor n yesr's
subscription and begin with volume out in
July, ibis Is the only publication of Ms ebsr
acier. Persons Interested In land cs t afimd
to be without It. Address correspondence lo
Edgar K. ROWS, Median.ls. C*l. li-l-itll
TP NTKICHI EXAH TAMAI.I'.S I \N UK oil
II talned at ihe following plac*<: S|irlng
snd Second, First aud Spring. Junction TeinplS
nud Hprlng, front of riennuula saloon, Main st.
Our sign Indicates our address, (lis llcllevu*
fcvenue. Don't hn imposed Upon liy InillstorH.
nttyMlS genulnS srlicle at IDo al.ovii local s.
We are (he originators of Ihe genuine Texas
tiimales in l.os Angelas. I.: II Urn
N"'OT!CK THK. LOS ANCELI S CITY WATER
com pan v will strict ly sntorc* the following
rule ; The hours for sprinkling nf* bStWetM tl
and H o'clock a. in. and II and 10 > k p. nt.
For a violation ol tbe abort rtgtl ' : '" ,l
w ster will lie shut off nud s. flue ol k.. s> 111 be
rhnrgeii before Ihe naler will be in on
again. S-17 11
> tol.l'Mrtt \ MA It Luck TYPE,. ltlTKlt-~
V' Prlnl In sight with greatest speed and SO
curacy. Price and payments eii'.v. oilier lun
ch lues for rent or for ISle ( liesp. LONGLEY it
WAGNER, Spring and (HtSI sis. 5-2H Im
ITNCI.K SAM WINE CKLI.ARS." K. FI.I.CR
\ Wholesale ami retail. Sonoma and Napa
dry and sweet wines. Ilrnudles, whiskies,
■in pn; N. Los Angeles si. I ti
VdVEN AWAY 2 I.IIS. oF**l IRA N1 LATEII
1 I sugar with every Hi of ten at WALTERS'
GROCERY, |28 East [fifth si. All staudard
brands nt. usual prices. 5-23 I in
T.MFTY" DOLLARS TO NOTHTnG Til AT
.V Drake's tamales are the cleanest and best,
l ist nut and workmanship coasidefed.
■jfjiOH PHOTOORAPHS OF SPIRIT FRIENDS
I full (or two weeks nt. 332 s. Hill si :, 31 71
At. BLOFKR, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
. I 12 Cemnr |ilace. If
MTANTBO—A GIRL I'D Ho COOKING AMI
II general housework. Call at 000 s. Hill
si reel in the morning. 11*5 31
\»T ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP FREE]
II prnploymsnt or nny Information, address
F. NI'I I iS'GICII'S 1111:1. \P, c-tiil.llslied ISMiI.
Office, :tt". »>„ Souih spring street, rssldencs -lot
HomIII Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ancilis,
Cut. Telephone 118. H-llltf
1) KITV, 11 PM M KL~* CO., KMPUIYMKNT
iigenls, iai-180 W. First st. telephone 800.
Under the LOS Angeles National Rank, llelji
of nil kinds ear*fully selected and furnlshea.
Sltnnliotis of nil kinds furnished.
. ' . —7 J '
foii BBHT Htiimst,
HOTEL \ND DINING-lli I. iM.
I nil fttrutshed, Apply atw. White'sßaloou,
corner Third and Ulan sis., Santa Monloa,
< • o-o nt
'I'll 111' rtOCSE, KIVK ROOMS, It A Til,
1 gas, pan try. t i. ■ :;ll North Hill si.
r — — 1~ 1 ■ :
IV AN 1 KU -AIiKN I '.
»»• A «fl tit AGENTS PUD 'A GOoll Ct)M
'* "tr , i hn and fsntin ilCtWl.t among them
next wllitlN-. Bpeolal iittT«sc*lo(is to be pushed
this vi'hc.tfKr ■which we loatll the services of
Ii st agenis 'Oen-Htieflv 'I HE ( 'CUTIS pUB
UBHING 00.. Room 3d, chrontole Building,
ban ErniirDcsii T. dtK!O-20t wtl-H-lt
. 't '•' J-S--1. .8J..1. r-rr-. —.in i.n ■■.*...!
TpiLt on%Xnoosri im-'mington?yoct,
ii Oallgraph or Bar-Lock typewriter fora
snfetv bicycle; even trade. Il AYW A R I*. 305
W. Second sL ii.,- '.;t
¥)f. iTsonTi?"( •(>f t£k frksii"itll astri To n
1 onr giant coffee roaster, .leva and Moolia,
iooibi Mountain coffee, 98c; Garmea, 30c;
rolled r>c, 10c; 4 lbs rloo. 88c; 8 pktsstarch,
25c; s lbs corn meal, IBs; 30 lbs brown silver,
SI; ia lbs granulated sugar, 81; 5 lbs
ricd peaches, 'Jse; 5 His raisins, 2nc: Hi
lbs na\y beans, 800; can tomatoes. Die; 3
cans corn beef, 35c: can baked beans. 10c: ex
trnet beef, 25e; Hires' loot l eer, Lie; I bars
plnmore'a soap, 25c; can coal oil, BOo; 3 lbs
leaf lard, BQc; picnic ham:. Uiiolb. eco
nomic STORES, 305 S. Sprint,-.
T>KlistiXAL -R!\I.I'll lIID>S. -GOLD ll.Wl
J flour.fl. 15, city Hour HOc, granulate I lugar
IB lbs 81, brown sugar is li s s)l, raisins 5 lbs
25e, sardines 5 boxes 25c. inUe Irull 3 call*
fide, Midland coffee 25c lb, eastern oil site, gas
oline 800. 2-lb enn coi ned beol 15:', bird 10 lbs
81,10, 5 Itn .Vie, hoi South spring street, cor.
Slxlh. 12-3 t(
atl.-MI IPS FEMALE I II i s .\s A -I'EclKlc
111 monthly medicine for In,mediate relief for
painful nud Irregular menses .from whatever
UaUS*, For sale by I'd EE lAN dl CARPER, 11)2
N. Spring street. 54) ly
T> W POINDIfXTER, nitOll'HH, 30o"WEST
IVt Second street, ConildeiiUrU agent for In
vestor*. If you wish to lend or borrow or in
vest in good securities please call at my office,
i >ers6n \i w. w.' i\ y lor, La wyb r.
1 121.. south Broadway,roomß, Probaleand
lni.ol\vnc.v lax a speclaliy. 311 Ij
rpHK KAMMEItMF.YER ORCHESTRA -
1 First-class music furnished (or bails par
ties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., laugbt. office st Fitsgornld's
music store, comer N. spring nnd Kriuiklln
It*. 10-11 1 y
J' OB ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Mi si,'
and Art; open all the yenr. Mrs. emii.y
J. VALENTINE, president, Y. W.C. A. Build
ing, llroadwny ami Second s'rects. S-14 ly
YJAN.IO, RY MISS M. P. VSraURxTS AND (I
JL» stringed taught. Studio 51: take elevator
by People's store. Phillies block. 11-12 ly
r-r - - —111 111 11 —=1 ac .- —~ —
"X-KIMI jVN l> rtNIaHSIKS.
A I ETROPOUTAITsTrLX mTTyK~ W(if: X s. 24 1
.11 I'ranklln street Iti cc dyeing and cleaning.
"PARISIAN DYE WORKS, 875 SOUTH MAIN
.1 11 net: best (tyelng in the city. 1 -1.1 tf
arotria ,nn ii -niil
-pIBST-CLARS BONDS; PAYING IJ In m.
1 percent.net. Bank stocks aettlng ti to H
per cent. Loans ma.it on res! estni. qiLckanrt
cheap. THE PIRTM-l fIRAL ESTATE WD
ntl'sc co,, 229 iVfp-K.u.i ,1c o ~ in,
FOB ItJtNT—MIacfftLLANKOI -
.1 ! ifrE Ni'i. 21.i'-ul PJ3
1 llro.'.dwr.y. i:K.|iGrej..^wviti., l nt. 5-17 tf 1
BURGESS J. REKYK, ARCHITOCtT iisTAIL
lisl id for the lest Id years In Lok Angeles
Rooms 7 ami «. (second I ■. rl, Workman I loci
sj'ruig "L, between Sect ml sad Third. 1-2;, 1 j
f \ il. BRO VN, ARcillTECtrTs* ~POUTII
V 1 r.r'S'lway. s-v 1,
t.'.'N llt A 1 p !>*_♦.
I'll INK c. YOUNG* • oxTKACTOR*.I3 vi
X 1 son block. 8-10 ly
'rioXRAD SCHi-i'::!'. wn'E. BITCMIN
v oti- and asptisi' ■■ i.l . . 387 W. IV ■; st.
A BSTRACT AND Tiil.l INBURAM I. com".
/V panyof U>s Ange ... ..:;!,west corner of
■ rankl-.n and New eh >lr. , ;~. Ilil7ii'
RAZABD di TOWNBEND, Is I OM :•": ii ifl , t-1
block. Tel. 317, Los Angelea 11-22 If
Plllt aAI.B-UITY AND COCMTEsY.
/ ' ILBEBT A MILBERT,
Real Estate snd Insurance brokers,
\nVi S. Spring si.
OVKTIIINO TO HE M'MIREDI
OfVJSrif a 1.1.1eu of o rooms, beautlfnity ftri
l.'ii d, with eb.-ei., tint and cold water, station
ary liilts, fan. y tiled flreplai " lo heat by gas or
nthnr fuel, cemenl ■ ellsr a., I <» lawn and
■table; nenr Junrilon of Pearl ami Klgueroa
streets, wltbln 100 feet of tlrrtrlf cars.
£t~IUU\ FVIRSAUJOHWCJI i'-.'.I'.'iNEOF
( I rlT\) n,e ti in-, i tiottsssofi'j rooms, closets,
I alb, hot and . old water, gas nitsehmenis for
hesilng and Lglii: lions* decently derorated;
■Igo So 1 barn for 3 horses, csrrisgcs, 10 tons
hay, and hostler's room; nice lawn, flowers,
shrubs fencing, etc.: lot DOS lf>V near the cor
ner i t I'lgucroa iind W'aatilngioti streets. This
elegsnl borne Is offered at (lis ridiculously low
price of fTOOO Will lalre part good trndc.
7' 7/ aerrs, In-proved, eoutltwesl nf eitv; r*7so.
We have ii|.plle*nts lor Iwo leans athOOana
kjuilNNl. Panics desiring vi loan that amount
will do Well to sec ns.
Now Html, of this) An eleimnl two-»tory
mm tern boti"- of H rooms, closets, p*nl ry, bat b,
cli-,: on el.mi tide of llie -Iriet, 11,l 1 , blocks
from Iht eh etrle ears. Clear of Incuutbrance,
and offered lorn fsw (lavs only at IHJIPJO—thai
Is right, si.vlcen bundreil!
We hays' land for sale rind ' tehsngc, from
i'iic eeie up, In all earta, Call and let your
wants he known, and we wlil please you.
112' i, seres, all good sandy loam:
20 acres planted to rii-|.'.errl»'S.
5 acres planted to I.la. klierrles.
25 acres planlcil loalfiilfs,
IHaSras |.liinied lo figs, with 9-room, 2-story
bOOSS, barn, corrals, chicken house, artesian
well, and fern eI. This Is \; . .-1 •>.'•■'■ >. hull
OILIIKICI .V OILBBRT,
(12 11 LlM'fr a. Hprlng.
roit NAI.R CITY PKorr It IV.
|,V(R HAII' IIKHIKAHI.K CIIKAP l.ll'lS,
I oltaly Iseated. not. far Irom v..,.tut n
•treat, tddreasllAKOAlN, box 90, Herald ol
fice. No teal cslatedcalers neea apply.
Jprn'll on \'lctorla strrcl; monlhly t.sy.
meiilstflo.lNl. ALLISON BARLOW, 887 W*H
Sceonit siieet. 4-12 tf
rOlt HALS - COI7NTKY I'UOI'ERrI.
S* NAP -io ACIIKS IN OARDKHA WILL HELL
at Ifllil |n-r ncre us a w hole, or In 10-acr*
lots; enole* end as any In Ihe county, Ini- I
proved ail around It. KetneSAbor, It iniist be
sold In a law days to close up an estate; reason
able offer w 111 be cousld*rea. Apply to John
U PAVKOVICH, I'XeOtttOT, 20H West First
Street (1-4 ff
rilll BALB MINOnI.I.ANEOCa.
M" I'HT III) St iI.H AT (IM F TO PAY A MITE,
tin. line ..prlng wagons. Apply at (KM)
Upper Main street. B-31-tf
I toll S U X OLD I'APKRH IN (JPANTITIEH
I I lo miii, ai this office.
■ ' r=r 1 r-F—rrr
-111 SlNf.aa OPPOfITIINITI UN.
I.tolt BALK HIiVlTirANTrinNfM) IWiim"
f Furnished, Apply at saloon of W. WHITE,
( inner Utah nud Third streets, Hants Monica.
asfAA folMiivii HonsEilfl ROOMS; ALL
Jlp I "IF foil ; i.esi imp lid,, iii CosAnteies; gen
nine snap. HENRY J. STANLY, 227 W. Heo
oinl It. ___ 11-7-11
& |iw| -PARTNER IN QOOD PAYING MI'HI
•p lWl'liess; well established; large prollts,
HENRY .1. STANLY, 217 W. Second si. 8-7.1t
sik'tlUl RKSTAURANT DOINU LARUE BUBI.
r?JSIIJv nasti tine stand; must sell to-day.
lIKNRY .1. HTANI.Y, 227 W. Second si. it
' ' ' ' _ — I
AT ( <>•( \ r.va.
/ 1 ICO ll.WI'Oltl), .MTIiKSKY AND I'llt'N
VT selor at Is w, rooms 12 and 13, Lanfrai
building, 21-* North Mnlh street, Los Angeles,
Tcli phone 11117, Practices in all state ami
United Slates courts. 3-19 tf
"\ (iOoDKICII, LAWYER, 121 OKA It BORN
i\„ street, ChmSBO, ill.; 88 years' experience,
locrocy; special faollltms In several slates,
(loudrich on Divorce, « Kb ItWSOI alt stales, In
A. W. HtiTTOg, oi i>- w'Ki.t.noriN.
\ITELI.UOK.N lIIJTTON. ATTORNEY'S AT
11 law, rooms s»i, 08) 3 and s:i remple block,
Junction. Spring and Mam, l.os Angeles, CaL tf
lAY f.. IH'STKIi. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
tf I'.ry riti-lli britke block. Telephone 52H.
I'rnet.cc ri In all lltu courts, statu and federal.
'\\'ii.i. i.dot in. atti)i:ni:v-at-l.\w'.
II rooms K'j..i Temple Block; telephones:
office, 1048) rc.ildence, 1048, 0-1-lm
nxN oooDßicif."lawyer, no. a law
I) litillding, 125 Temple street, near court
house. 'Icli>|ihnnc 108, 7-0 tf
I) .1. Alu'ocK'. ATTORNRY: SPECIAL
It,, lolitlon itlven to thil dotllcment of estates.
115 W'ssvFirst street. . 4-8 tf
OK. TUA.K, .vrfoilSKY AT 1.,\~W, FUL
„ ton block, 2H7 New High rtrcct, Los
I Ahgdcß. 1-1(1 tf
! \\> M. Poi.l.Aiip, ATTORNEY AT LAV?I
11 room 3, All"n block, Temple ami Spring
>l reels. 2-21' If
HHHBSRI ,M DAY SAVED BY TAKING
V*' l:*> (- ■ t tSn lit II 1i- c\CII rsloiiv tv X:1 :i-IM
t.. .»'( City, st. Louis, Chlcngo,Now York
I and Boston. Leave Los Angeles every Wedites.
day; personalty conducted through to Chicago,
and Boston; lamUy tourist sleepers to Kansas
city and Chicago unity. Low rates aadqttios>
est time. Offioi, 128 N. ,-prlugst. ly
ÜBILLIPS EAST-BOUND EXCURSIONS —
1 psrsonally bonduoted: via Denver ana
Kin Qranun uiul Rock Island routes; leaves
l.os Allgeles every ruesday and Erldny: cross
ing the Sierra Ncvadns i.nd passing the entire
scenery on ihe BioQrande by daylight. Offlos
139 South Sprltu: .street. 1-tf
WPKI'IAI. TEACHERS' EX( 1 KMoNs" WILL
0 leave l.os Angeles June 30 and July 4 for
Chicago under personal of A.
Phillips A: Co., via Denver and Rio iirands and
Rock Island Railways! beautiful scenery;
quick time. Office 181 s. Spring it, Los An
g* . «-7-2Ht
TTrKAT CENTUAI. 110 l Ti: EX CP li.-loNS.
\ I Experienced conductors through from Los
Angelas tO Boston: only six days lo Neo York
or Boston; tOttrlsl csrs. F. E. RHEARBR,maAs
ager. Offios, 220 South spring st., l.os Angeles.
■ C. JQDSON A fjo.'B EXci'RsloNs EAST
fl. every Wednesday vis Salt Lal.e city and
Denver. Tourist ears to and Boston.
Manage); in uharge. OlMee, 212 S. spring St.
o- y i
rIANCKIIS AND 'ITMOI'.S X 1 :Mliv'liTlVml
' out the use of the knife, call at office and
see patients under treatment. 124 SOUTH
MAIN ST. DR. HARRISON. 5-23 lyr
\ny consumptive WttO wishes to try Dr.
Amick's cure lor coliflutitptioii, free of com. cull
on, DR. GARRISON, 184 8. Me In si. ii-7 2t
\#RR DR. .1. h. SMITH, SPECIALTY MID.
.11 w iiery. Ladles oared for during confine
ment nt 727 Bellsvnc avenue, calls promptly
attended to. Tetephout 1110. 2-25 tf
/-IEoRiiE 11. BKAt-11, M. D., OFKICE"~AS'i>
\X resell nee, 181 North Spring street. Ofllet
i hours, Hto 12, Ito 5, Bto 8 p.m. Telephone
433. U-it tf
! rvR. HAMPTON, EYE, EAR, THROAT, CA
IJ> tarrh cured, Room. 19, Hellman block,
1 11iTil and Malt.. 5-I I i in
< V T-tl). Dll'-EENT.ACIIER, 1191- f,
I I Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
' '". : '.A. TectheMractcdand tilled wilhoii)
i rain, 7-21 ly
IVI L. W. WELLS, COR, OE SPRING AND
! ' 1 I tret streets, Wilson block: take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. ' in 4 if
-V lie) Second and Thiul. E*ainlcss tilling
ana extracting, loc and 81. Crowns, $S. set
teeth, »rt to ifio. Established in 1., a. city 13
I ■ 3-ls if
] \H. ■. ti. Toi HURST, DENTIST, 108W ST.
I ' Baring si., rooms 2, 3 and 7. Palnlcscv
1,' It ANN BTKVlßri'324)< SOUTH SPRING ST.
i i. Open Sunday, and evening by electric light.
fSri PAKKERr DENTIST. 14S N. SPRING.
t > lelcj.;■ nil-. 1 pi. g-14tl
\i ''w:ki;i:, h.airvoyan' .» onscl
.l, m.ons on business, love, msrriajie, dis
• ; neral locations, life reading, etc.; take
Lnlvorsity electric car to Forrester avenue
and Hoover street, go west on Forrester ave
nue tliree blocks to vine street, second house
on Vino U...1 of Vermont avenue.
Ml"-- sl'Al'l'l.l:. i HIItOPODIST WU
OSe, 211 W. 1 Irst mi* opp. Niuiiau.
LOS ANGELES TTERALD* WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1B9«.
7 7 MONET TO I .OA N.
'■■■■vi- for the
6EK.MAN SAVINGS AMI LOAN
SOCIkrTY OF H. F.
Building loan* • specialty.
Hnnds , 1 . j .'. i. i '
Keel estate sold.
Agent Sua Klre of I/wdnn,
oldest company In tin* world*
ft. 11. LI NT,
ft-25 (iin 227 \V. & i ond st.
7 7 al (I per rent.
DE VAN Ac RCTLEDOE,
No. s Court st.
1/oKHAI.F. ■JBOOHII Mil - <>V THE C APITAL
I etock of tbe TAB SPRINGS AS
PHALT i i>>fl'\VY, at 19 ceiils
J. I. 1IA1.I.AIII),
207 South Broadway.
MONEY TO LOAN Of* mTmuMW, JKWEL
.. ■ rati h. -, |.i» , ■ n iit ns, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and uil kllm of personal
and collateral security. I.X.X IHKiR, li>2 H.
"J.'S.>J± , .
MONEY TO U»«K.
P" ACIFIO uSaV U CQUt ANY '(INi'iißl-OR
nlcd) loans money In anr amounts on all
kinds of rollalernl seenrity, diamonds. Jewelry,
sealskins, merchandise, etr. Also on I'IANOM,
iron ami steel safes, and professional libraries,
without removal; snd on furniture In lodg
ing, hour.line henses and hotels, wlihoul re
moval. Partial payments received. Honey
quick. Business confidential. Private offices
for Indies, w. £BE fIROOT, Manager. Itonms
2, .'I and 4, 114 H. Fprlng st.
MONF.Y LOANED ON MORTGAGES, o I'KK
cent net on nrnlclasi property for
amounts ulStm,(loo nud over. On loans under
:f- in.mm no commission will I" charged. Noex
penso for examination of city propurlv and no
delay. MAIN STHKKT riAYINGSDANK TRUST
I (>., 1211 H. Main sb 3-1 oin '
IF YOU~WANT MoNKY~w7tHOI!T DELAY*,
nnennimlssfnn, prevailing rates of Interest,
see Sc ell rII yjSa vI n g^Pa n UHS.M n I it
MOVOATIOM * I.
rpllH WOODIIIIM MCHINKSS CDl.l.KliE HAH
JL removed to the upper floor of lite siowell
Mock, 22(1 South Spring street. It has now the
largest and llncst business college rooms In Ilio
state, and tiie largest attendance id any com
mercial school south of Han Francisco. Fine
passenger elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. The public Is cordially Invited In call
ami Inspect the college In its new location,
110 l it day and evening schools In session the
entire summer. Catalogue anil college Jour
nal Irec. 0. s. Hough, President; N. 0. Fclker,
Vlce-Prcsldeiil; E. <£ Wilson, Secy. 6-4 ly
lOSI OS ANGELES
J AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated) 1 14 Mouth Msin street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough snil pracilcal
courses In the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and nil English
branches. Large, able snd mature faculty of
instructors. Dsy and cvcntB& sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college office, or writo lor
* legtiit catalogue. E. F.BHRApBR, president i
V. W. KKLSEY, vice-president; L. N. INSKEKP,
secretary. S-ld-'ili tf
Angetes, Cat, Adams street, corner Hoover.
Mrs. Carolyn M. N Aldcn oi I'revtdence, R. 1.,
is now ready lo organize her 17th year of nor
mal kindergarten and post graduate courses
Prospectus sent upon application to Mrs. c. M.
N. Ahlcn, It Angell street, Providence, ILL,
aftU July 20th to LOI Angeles. 5-ltl If
A. W-llOfitToF A*UT~ANII DESIGN (IM
j. corporatcd). New stuillcs. Entrance in
Chamber of Commerce. 1.. GARDEM-MAC
LEOD, prlnclpiii. Pasadena Tuesdays aud Kri
days. 0-25 tf
A STBURY, IHQBTB «. HD, TYPBWRITINa
1\ SBd Business. Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips idock; send lot cata
logue. 10-lil 12m
I' OS ANOKLBS TRAINING SCHOOL (INCOH
_J porsted) for klndsrgsrtners. Address MUH.
NORA D. MA YIIEW, U7» W. Twenty-third st.
cnoitTUANjTANJj TYl'ltMßU'l.N'l >lt V<' :
l~ tlcnljy titiurlii, limcm Pitmen.system, at the
LONGLftT aad First st*.
« 4, l'otCm«e |,)..-V. K-l.f ly
Wi-dtna ice No. 1746.
\ NOItt)INANct!DK,:I,ARINO'IIIS INTEN-
A tluu of tho Mayor aud Counoll of the city
of i os Angeles to establish the grade of Moore
street from Mnlh street In fevtnth street,
Tire Mayor and oimcil of the City oi Lis An
geles ad o dam as follows:
Suction I. That it Is the intention of tho
Council of the city of Le.s Angrlos to ustab'ish
Ihu grade of Moore street from Ninth street to
Seventh stiset as follows; At the intersection
of Ninth street the grade shall be 12 10 feet
below the city datum pWne on tho nortbeaat
comer and 13 (0 feet below the dstum plan*
on the BOttbWM' corner; at tho intersection of
Eighth street, 4.00 feet bolow the datum plane
on iho southeast snd southwest corners and
H.SO f. ct btlow the datum pintle ou the north
east and northwest corners: st apo nt 189 fee',
north of the northeast corner of Eighth street
tiie grade shall be on the datum plane on both
tides ol Moore st* ct; at the !ntcr«cctloii of
Btventli street .'13.40 leot above the datum piano
on the southeast corner and 115 SO feet above
tbe datum plttue on the southwest corner, and
stall point! between said designated points
the grade shall be c tsbllghcd to as to conform
to a straight Hue drawn between said desig
sfc. 2. The city clork shall certify to tho
psaSSf* of this ordinance, and shall cause ihe
time to he publ.sh.d for ten days In the l.os
Auge cs Pad in aud thereupon aud
thereafter It shall take efiadt and be ia foroe.
I he -by certify that the above ordinance wss
adopt, d i*y the council of the city of l.os An
geie« at Its masting ol the SDlhdiy ol May,
C. A. LUCK EN BACH,
Approved by me Hill Ist day of June, 1893.
I. X ROWAN,
(1-4 lOt Mayor.
Notice of Application for City Deed.
NOTICE II HKRKBY C.IVEN THAT AfPLI
cation will be mado to the council of the
city of I os Ansel*', at ihe session ot ssid coun
cil to be held Monday, June 12, l-°:i, fora quit
elalm deed fi-oiu the cald city to Wm. Kooney
and Wm. F. Rooaey for all that certain lot of
land, situated in the city of Los Anneles county
of l.os Angele', state of California, bounded
an 1 particularly dtaprlbed as follows to wit;
Lot 111, block It ol theSeJteltS* tract, city of
Los Angeles California, as per man vecoided in
book 3i pnges 168-4. miscellaneous records of
I los Augecscounty.
Reference is mado to abstract of title, map
and petition now on file In my office, aud all
purlieu Interested are hereby notified to file
their objeoti'>BS, i' any they have, at, ray orllcu,
■ st lrast one day hiforet'.td I2tb day of June,
: 1S91! C. A. I.tniXRNBAOH,
. clerk of the Couucll of the City of l.os Angeles.
June 5, 1*93. 0-5-5t
Notice to Creditors.
IT* STATE OF DItIDOET WlLf-ON, DE
■ 1 i cc.scd.
Noticed hereby given by the undersigned;
executmol the Ist will of Btldget Wilson,
rteeeaiSd, to the c;editors of, si.d all pr-
Fons having ('minis against Ihe >aid dc
ntaaed, to exhtb t the aimo with tha necessary
voucheis, within lett months after the drst
In all oat lon of this nctice, to tho said ezecu
lors oi the last win of Bridge. Wilson, at No.
25SSouth Main ►treft, Los Ange ci city, Cal.,
thosnme h ing the plsc! ot builness of said
cmaic in the d.unty of Los Anieies.
Dated th's 9th day of May, A, I), wu.
! uAM. S VRICHI,
s k ecu tors,
f-mlth A Winder, Atlotnevs lor Executors.
Notice to Wlium It May Concern,
, I >AWNBKOESM' AMt-T'ON SALE ACCORD
1 irq lo law of Unredeemed god, sliver,
i Oiled ease aud nickel watches, dia
iii ml and gold ear-rings, breast-pin*,
rings, sieeve buttons, co.ia.- bullous, nil
v. i warp, cold head* 1 rat es and uaibrelUs,
clocks, guitars, raandn,.nt, violins, banjos,
p stold. Run* rifles, op- ra nud field glas.es,
merchatua j lpas and cUar holdetH, overcoat',
coats, pant and ves>, valises, trunks, books,
k ddl s, surveyors'instruments, drumsasd nut,
sical lnstrumejttfi aad alt goods pawnc.l wnh"
iw from July 1, 1592, to January 1, 1893, at
No. 143 North Main otreet.
L. B. COHN, Pawnbroker.
H. KTTMNd. Auctiouoer. ;t 24 'im
IN THE SUPERIOR ( OURT OF THE STATS
of California, In and for Ihe county of los
Arthur Btkei, plaintiff, vs. Chat McCarthy,
Action brought In the superior court of the
ststeof California, In aud for the county of
Los Angeles, and the complaint filed in said
connty of Los. Augeles, in the odloe ol the clerk
ol said superior court.
The people of the state of California send
greeting to Chas. \D f'arthy, defoudtnt:
Yon are hereby rev ' "I 1° appear in an ac
Hon brought against you by tbe above named
plaintiff In :he superior court of th* state ol
California, in and for Lo* Ar.geles countr, and
to answer the complaint Sled therein, wllbln
ten day* (exclusive ol Ihe day of service) aflef
the service on jou of this summon*-—tf served
within this county: or. if served elsewhere,
within thirty days.
1 he said artton is brought to obtain • decree
of this «ourt lor lb- force, .wore of * mortgage
described In the said ooap aiot and txecottd
by the said Chas M'iCiirthy on lb* 30th day of
August, 18ft«, to secure the payment ot one
promlssary nole, dated August 30tk, 1818, On*
February Ist, 1889. lor the sum of two thou
•and dollars ((12000. togeth ir with Interest
at H per cent per annum until msturlty. after
maturity to draw 12 per ce«l per aunam until ]
psld, and for resvoaabie attorneys' lees; Mid
I not* being slgue l by Chas. McCarthy and pay
able to Arthur Slkes; that the premises con.
vevod by said mortgage may be sold and the 1
proceeds applied to tile, payment ol asld note.
Interest and attorneys' lees and cost* of sun:
aud in case such proceeds are not snfßelant to
pay ttie "in,.i men to nhuln an execution 1
agilustsaid Charles McCarthy for the balance
remaining due; and also that the defendant ,
and all persons clsliiilug by, through or under
him, may be barred and foreclosed of all right,
title, claim Her, coolly of redemption, and
Interest in aud to Haul mortgaged premise*,and
for other anil further relief. Rtferonca Is had
to complaint lor particular*. '
And you aro hereby notified tha* If yon fail to i
appear and answer th - said complaint as above
required, Ihe said plain I Iff" will apply to tho
court for the relief dcaaudjd in the said com
Given under my band anil the seal ol th* an- .
rmrlor court of tbo stste ol California, In and
or Lie co in' v of Lo* Angeles, this 2Hth day of '
February, in the year of our Lord on* thousand
eight hundred and ninety two. i
IBeal.l F U. WARD. Clerk.
11l A. W. Sr..van, D>pnty Clerk. 07 We lot I
"""ijrdinunce No. 1714. ,
(NEW SERIES 1 '
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE ISTEN- 1
lion of the mayor aud council ol trie city
ol Lot Angeles to establish the grade of Kane ,
street, fiom Belmont avenuo to Donnl* Bra* ,
The Mayor and Council of tbe city of Los An
geles do ordalu as follow*:
Section I. That It Is the luteutlou ot
the council of tne City of Los Angeles
lo establish tbe grade of Kane street, from
Belmont avenue to Ronnie Brae street,
as follows: At the intersection of Bel- |
mom avenue the grad- shall be 185.00 on
the southwest and uorthwesl oornert at a point !
350 leet west ol the *oultiwost comer of Bel- I
mont avenue, 210 50 on the south tide and j
220 DO opposlto thereto on the north side ;at «
point 50 leet west from tho last mentioned '
point 218 50 on th* south side and 219 00 on I
Hie in.i th tide: at the intersection of fionnte
Brae street 195.00 on the southeast corner and ,
19C 00 on the norlheatt corner, aud at all
point* between snld designated points the I
grade (hall bo established so as to o inform to a ]
straight line drawn between sold designated .
Elevations are In feet and above city datum I
Bac.il. Tho olty clerk shall oirtlfy to tho
passage of tills ordinance and shall cause ihe '
same to be published for ten days In the Lo* I
AngolrsllEKAj.il, and thereupon and thoicaftcr j
It shall take etl'eot aud bo In force.
I fwreby cert.ly that th* foregoing ordlnanoe 1
was adopted by thu council of tbe city of Los
Angeles at Its meeting of May 29th, 1893.
C. A. LCCs-ENBAOH,
Approved this Ist day of June, 1893.
T. I. ROWAN,
6 4 lot Mayor. I
Ordinance No. 1715.
(NEW SK.KIE3.) '
AN ORDINANCE DKCLAKING TIIE INTBN
tlen ol the mayor and oouncll of the city
of l.os Angi l-stn establish the grade of Lyon ,
street, from Allso street to Macy street.
The mayor a,ud onun ill of the city of Los
Angeleado ordain as follows!
ski ti IB 1. That it is the intention of the i
council of the city of Lcb A"gelcs o estsblisn
the g'ade of l y in street, from All'o street to '
Macy street, *t follows;
At tbe intrrsf ctlon ot A lso sfeet the trado
(hall be 13 90 on th* northwest corner and
14 10 on His unrtheatt corner; at a point In the 1
earl ild* 810 feel xortfrrlv irom tbe tint- h ast t
corner of All'o street 1(1.50: nt < point in tbe
wesi sloe 574 feet northoily f om the north
west corner ' f A Isoitrcei 1(1.00; at thornier- 1
section ot Remirsz street. 19 01) ou the south- I
west corner, 19 MOcn the southeast and north- ,
west corners snd 19. o oi the northeast cor
ner; at the Intersection of Macy street 22 45 on '
th<; soHihacst cor ■( r and '.2 15 on the south'
east corner. And at al points between i.ald
designated points the grade shall bi estab
lished so as to conform lo a straight lino drawn
between said do ign ited rolnts. I
E (rations nro In feet and above oily datum (
Sue. 2. The city clerk shall certify lo th* '
passage of this o.'iilnaace aud shall cause tne
same to tie published lor ten days in the
ins Angeles Hjtnai.n, and thereupon aud
thereafter It shall Ake effect snd be In lorco. '
I h reby certlly that tho f iregolng ordinance 1
wasadoped by the council of th-i cliy of Lot .
Angu es, at Its meeting of May 29th. 1893.
C A. LU KEN'iIACH, Cltr Clerk.
Approved this 1 tday of June, 1893.
IS 4 10i T. E. ROWAN. Mayor.
Notice ftir Publication of Time for
Proving Will, Ktc.
IN TUB SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CAL- i
lfornta, county of l.os Augol- s—as. i
In the mt tier of the citato ot John Thomp
Notice is hereby giveu that Tuesday, tho 20lh
diy of Juno, 1893, at 10 o'clock a. m of said
day. at. the court room of this c uirt, depart
ment two thert-01, In thu city of Los Angeles,
county of Los Angeles, a\d state of CaHfernla,
has been appointed as t;e line and place for
hear!' . the appilostluu of Antonio Camarena,
praying thm a document now on file In this
cou'-t, pu-port-ng to be the last will and testa
ment of the ' aid decesseil, be admlttsd 'o pro
bate. Gist P Ut-rs testamentary ne Issued the-e
-on to him, at which time and p:ace all per.mis
Interest therein may appear and i out s: the
Dated June 6th, 1893,
I.H WARD, County Clerk.
ByC. W. BLAKE, Deputy.
Reyinert f, Ornli. attorneys for petitioner.
6- I 10,
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving Will, Ktc.
IN THE BUPFRIOR COURT, IN AND FOR
the county of Los Angeles, state of Calfor
In tbe mttter Of th* estate of Elizabeth
Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the 13lh
day o June, 1893, al 10 o'clock a.m. of said
day, at the courtroom of this ooirt, department
tivotiiereof. In thecity of Los es, county
of Los Augeles, and stste of (Ullforuia, has
bun .tpmt.r. dai the time and plaio for lietr
ing tin .ipplication ol Benton Flood and Gitltlih
D. i ompion, prsying that a document now on
flleinilils coin, purposing lo be tho last will
ami testament of the said decoised. b lad mi. ted
m proline, that litters testamentary bi issued
th. rcou to them, at which time and place all
persons interested therein nisy appear and
contest the same.
Dated May 29th, 1893.
T, H. WARD, County Clerk.
By C. W BL.'.Ki-:, Deputy.
W. P. Gardiner, attorney lor petitioners.
Not!ce~ofll>i9soiution of Corporation.
IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUN
ty of Los Angeles. State of California—No
nce of dla-olntion of corporation, Tho Los An
geles Use Company.
Pursuant to Ihe order of tho court, naiice Is
hen by given th»t on the 28 li day of April,
le93,Tn« Los Angeles Gas Company and the
directors thereof, by leave oi cour, first ob-
Mined, filed in the office of the clerk of ttio
Superior Court of the county of Loi Angales
their petulon for the voluntary disso.uttou of
All neisons interested will take notice that
on Monday, tho 12th day of June, 1893, the
petitioners will, unless objections be nied, ap
ply to the court 1-ir the order prayed for at De
partment 5, in tho County Court House ol; ha
county ol i.os Angeles.
All persons having such objections must file
thessm-i Willi the clerk of this court at any
time before tho expiration ol this notice.
I'M. .1 ihi* 2S.'.h ilsy ol April, 1893
I seal of Co. Clerk] T. H. WARD. Clerk.
Hv I' E. t owHV, lloputy.
Chein-i & Or jutu, Atto ne.vi f;r Petit oner*
4. 20 451
Sotica of Application for Dissolution.
"VOT'CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI' THE
l\ Fullerlon Land and Trust company has
i hsd niaii in this ccuct its application lor dls
i Kiluitou, and lhat the same will be heard be
fore d-p*rim nt No. *of the superior court of
I the county of Los Augeles ou she 2i'it h day of
I June, 1593. at 10 o'clock a, m. of said day, or
,as soon itu r.-after as con sel can be heard.
| T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
I By W. H. WiitTTSMcnv, D»puty. 5 24 31t
THE JUSTICES' COURTS.
A Coupl* of Vary Serious C«im Con
Justice Austin was out of the city yes
teiday 10 hia docket waa cleared by Jus
tice Seaman. It waa a light day as
regards the number of casea but two of
them were very serious.
TUB STOHTINO TAILORS.
A complaint waa aworn to by Officer
Tyler charging Henry Hchour and Au
gust Brer with disturbing the peace
Monday Bight. These are the two Ger
man tailor* who had a right at the cor
ner of Alameda and First atreeta and
were taken to the police sta
tion the same evening on account
ol the cironmstances appearing in
yeaterday'e Herald. There seema
to have been ill feeling between them
tor some time pant, Hchour alleging that
Byer had threatened several times to
get even with him. The men fought in
front of the saloon on Alameda and
First streets, and Hc'iour was knocked
down by Byer who proceeded to thump
him. Bye* was taken otf by bystanders
and then walked aoiuh on Alameda
street. Hchour got up aud followed him.
Byer, it is claimed, atepped behind a
tree and when Hchour patsod struck him
in the bead with a atone, knocking him
A woman residing at 101 Booth Ala
meda atreet is said to have heard Byer
aay as he passed that he "would kill the
Both men were arrested, and Schour'a
wound was dressed, Byer being locked
up to await the result of the former's
Ihe doctors could not determine yes
terday whether or not Schour's skull
had been fractured.
He was seen by a Herald reporter,
and stated that when he followed Byer
down Alameda street he was dazed and
out, of his eensea.
Suhour was resting last night as well
aa could be expected and his recovery
waa regarded aa probable.
Byer waa arraigned yesterday.
A STASHING AKKRA V.
J. Calhoun waa arraigned charged
with aaaault with a deadly weapon. His
trial was set for June oth and bail fixed
at $3000, in default of which he was
locked up. Calhoun is the man who got
into a fracas on Han Fernando street on
Monday night with Henry B. Hunt and
Hunt waa attended at the receiving
hospital by Dr. Bryant. Hunt thought
that hia only hurt waa a cut on the fore
head, which Dr. Bryant dressed. After
the surgeon had left Hunt discovered
that he was bleeding from a stab in the
side and another aurgeon waa called to
attend thia fresh hurt. This latter wound
is very severe, and for a time yeeterday
the physicians despaired of bis life, but
according to late reports last night he
was declared to be resting easier and not
in any danger.
Officers Demon and Smith felt very
thirsty last Sunday, so went into the
White House saloon, corner of Alameda
and Turner streets, aud stated their
troubles to the barkeeper, J. W. Wil
Bnrkeep had been there himself many
a time before, so, out of the kindness of
his heart he supplied tbe liquid to till
the aching void in two of the finest.
They thanked him very much and
rushed him to the station. He appeared
before Justice Henman yesterday and
hia trial set for June Bth, on tbe first
finding, which was afterwards vacated,
and he pleaded guilty and was lined $10.
Officer Oouley swore that Ed Ander
fod, a truck driver, had violated the
Ditching ordinance. Anderson agreed
with the officer and paid $2 for having
Two drunks were given three days of
J. C. Zibu of 720 West Third street
was charged by Deputy Health Officer
C. M. Hnell with maintaining a nuisance
and bis case waa continued until June
10th at 1 :30 p. m.
The caße against E. 11. Hutchinson
for maintaining a gravel pit was con
tinued until Tuesday, tne 20th, at 9:30
Henry Raich was fined $10 for a for
Miles' Nerve and Liver Fill*
Act on v now principal—regulating the liver,
stomach aud bowels through the nerves A
new discovery. Dr. Miles' plllß speedily cure
biliousness, bad tastes, torpid liver, piles, con
stipation. Unequalled lor meu, women and
children. Small, st, mildest, surest. Fifty doses
25 cents. Samples free. C. U. Hance, 117
25 and 50 per cent of!'; 287 S. Spring st. Get
our estimates on work. We beat them all.
Wagon nmbrelbis, summer lap dustert Foy's
old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles.
USE GEBMAN IAMILV SOAP.
Notice to Parlies Interested in the
Sewering 0? Jackson, Turner,
Banning, Alameda and Other
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOSE
Peres, et al., parties lntercjted in the sew
ering of Jackson, lure. Banning, Alameda
and o:her streets, under conuact wlthM.Znr
ettl, snd assessed 'o pay for tbe cost of the
same, have n ed wlto the undersigned th, ir ap
pal lo tho co.tc.cil of the city of Lo. Aug .—
irom the action of th? street superintendent In
accepting the scwerlnv of said street', for the
following reaso- s, to-wlt:
Ist. Tnat Jackson. Turner and Banning
streets have been left full of ho es and with
from four to six inches, of dirt on the surfaco of
2d That Alameda street is also full of hobs,
Willi from one to three inches of dirt on Its sur
lace, and lhat the brick pavement his not be. n
r. ~,', ' according to the ipeclllcatious in any
The said app»al will be heard by the council
of the said city of Los Angeles at tbe council
chamber there .if. In the city hall, at Lo An
geles, California, on Monday, June 12th, 1893,
at 2:00 o'clock p. m., or as soon thereafter an
tne same can be beard.
C. A. LCCKENBACH,
0-0 6t City Clerk.
DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT NOTICE
Tar Spring's Asphalt Company, Los
NOTICE H HEREBY GIVEN THAT THERE
is delinquent upon the following de
SOxibed ttnek,on account of assessment levl d
on tbe 19th day ol April, 'Sj;i the several
&mo.iuu fee. opposite the uames of tho respect*
tto sharcholdetr, as follows:
No. of No of
Name. C*rt. Shares Ar--.'t
OsroW Child* 5 100 8 10 00
Oaro M. Childs 40 8550 355 00
Andrew Mullen .. . 03 2«O0 280 0»
Jhauccy L. Walroui. 110 175 177 50
Chancry L. Wairouti 67 8(1211 862 00
Arid iv aocordauos with law, so many shares
of each parcel of stock as may b.> necessary
will ba sold at public auction, ou the 10th d-ty
of Juu*, 1893, br-tween the hoursof t ti (10)
and eleven (11, o'clock a. m, at the office of
the company. No. 11l south Broadway, in the
cily ol Lo* Angeles, Cal., to p*y deliiiiineni. as
■aesment tbereon, togethet with coitol adver
tising ana expenses of sale
Ha ed this 21th dar of Miy, 1893
5-24 Id cal. V. HU.'iTcR. 8 cretsry.
Notice of Application for Dissolution.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
California Investment company has lied
hied in thii court it Application for nissolutlon
and that the same will ba be.rd before depsrt
ment No. 4 of th-, snoe.-ior couit of ihi couniy
of Los Angeles on ihe 20th day of June, 1893,
at 10 o'clo-k a m of said day, or al soon there
alter as counsel can be heard.
T. H. WARD. County Clerk.
By W. H. Wiiittkmorb, Deputy. 5-24 181
THE THREE LOOP TOURIST LINE
A Great Enterprise Arranged
by the Southern Pacific.
I The* Result of the Acquisition of the
Rapid Transit Road.
How It Will Be Kxtended so a* to Form
A Most Complete * System of
Loops—N*w* Note* About
On the 12tb ipstant the Southern Pa
cific company will take control of the
Han Gabriel Valley Rapid Transit Rail
way, and w ill operate it as a part of ita
This purchase was exclusively an
nounced Hume months ago by the
Most of the passenger trains will be
i.wicched onto the Southern Pacific main
line at Ramona and will be run to the
Arcade depot. Enough trains, however,
will be run over the road from Ramona
via Bate and Boyle Heights to Aliso
street to hold tbe right oi way and fran
Thia little road will become one Of tbe
most important factors of the Southern
Pacific company's lines in Southern Cal
Tbe road will at once bo extended
from Monrovia to Pomona, where it will
crosa the main line and go to Chino,
South Riverside and Riverside, where
it will be connected with Mr. Polk's
Colton motor line, which will take it
into San Bernardino, where it will also
connect with the Southern Pacific line
to Redlands, back again to the main
line. This will make three loops, which
will take the traveler through the best
part of Southern Califo«j:ia.
The Santa Fe company yesterday put
into effect its new west-bound freight
tariff making reduced rates from Chicago,
St. Louis and Kansas City to Southern
California. This tariff on olassea and to
a great extent on commodities makes
tho same rates from the points named
as the Southern Pacific does from New
York. Thia is an excellent stroke of
policy on tbe part of the company, as it
protects tbe points named as against
Tbe Santa Fe company has issued its
Fourth of July rates. Tickets between
all points on its lines will be on sale on
the 3d and 4tb of July, good to return
on until the sth at a rate of one fare for
the round trip.
Suggestions l or Churchgoer*.
Tho naxt time your journey leaves yon
stranded In tho great and delightful city
of New Chicorkadelphia on tho Sabbath
day, if you should go to tho Church of
Bt. Indolence—l can recommend it as
having the slowest singing and the soft
est pew cnshionß with a preacher to
match, in tho city—yon will see tho fol
lowing "Suggcations to Worshipers:"
"Fall or elido in tho peur nearest the
eialo. Stay there. Do not sit erect, but
lop. Rest one elbow on the arm of tho
pew ami support tho sido of tho face
with the outspread palm.
"Do not rise during tho singing of tho
hymns. The faot that you played tennis
or basoboll ou Saturday afternoon or
walked four or iivo miles around a bil
liard table Saturday night entitled you to
a little rest on Sabbath morning.
"Extend your legs as far under tho
pew as you can .without sliding off the
scat. Gracefully and politely cover your
mouth with your hand while yawning
during tho sermon. If tho minister is
looking at you, cover the mouth with
both hands, and at the close of tho yawn
bring your jawß together with a cheer
"After looking at your watch always
turn your hoad and gozo longingly and
earnestly toward tho door.
"Do not move if a stranger, accom
panied by hia wife and daughter, at
tempts to enter your pow. Permit them
to climb over your legs, no matter how
much it may annoy you.
"Do not annoy strangers who may en
ter tho church by looking at them or
oven glancing in their direction. If they
really want a, seat, they will find ono
without tho intrnsivo interference of
"At tho close of service remark aloud,
but to yourself, that you are hungry as
a shark and set off for homo at a brisk
trot." —Robert J. Burdette in Sunday
Producea baldnesa. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of akookum root hair grower
than a wig; besides, wearing your own
hair is more convenient. All druggists.
Jnst What Yon Want.
The best filter in the world—the Pas
teur—and every description of tin,
sheet-iron, nickel, Bilver-plated, wooden
and copper ware at the W. 0. Furrey
company, Nos. 150 to ICS North Spring
Read tbe classified columns on the
sixth page of the Hkkald. Good situa
tions may be secured ; houses and rooms
are offered for rent; announcements of
bargains in real estate by which you can
double your money in a short time;
busineos chances; professional cards;
cheap excursions; and a thousand other
matters of interest are advertised. Ad
vertisements in this department are
very cheap, costing five centa a line a
day, or about half a cent a word for each
The beßt map of the city of Dos An
peles, containing an index to streets and
giving location of railroad depots, busi
ness blocks, telegraph offices, etc., can
be bought at the Hebaiii office for 25
centa, or it will be given as a present to
city anbscribera on payment of three
months' subscription in advance.
Importer aad dealer la Chinese and Japanese
fancy goods. All kinds of silks, all* drain pal
terns, embroidered silk dressing gowns, shawm
ami naudkerchiefs, snd gents' furnishing
goods; aud also man-lectures ladies' under
wear. I respectfully call the attention of thu
public to'he fact that all my stock is now on
special sale, regardless of Cost. No. BOS North
Main street, opposite the plaza, l.os Angeles.
vs'e Invite competition aud allow no person to
b.at ua, Lirgcst discounts ever known given
on all paper, Everything in special sets at 237
Scum r street.
In 18SO "Brown's llronchinl Troches' wero in
troduced, and their success as a cure for Colds,
Coo hs, Asthma and Bronchitis haj been nn
Everybody can buy wall paper b"low cost,
and hive it hung for 10c a roll. 237 a. tprtng.
We hang wall paper for lOu a roll. 237 B
Cases on Trial Yesterday- New BaUm
An information was Bled yesterday by
I the district attorney against Fred An
' drewe, charsing him with burglary, and
June Bth was set for his arraignment.
An information was filed yesterday
charging Samuel Veilex with burning
tbe La Canada school house. *
Judge Van Dyke gave judgment for
♦ 1011.1 • esterday to plaintiff in the case
of VV. H, Hazeltlne vs. E. R. Colton.
Mm, Carrie Rhodes was granted a
divorrn yesterday, by Judge Van Dyke
from Charlea A. Rhodes. '
The suit of John W. Craig vs. J. H.
Merrill is on trial before Judge Van
Dyke, it is a suit to nrevent the sale of
certain stock of the liesperia Laud and
Divorce proceedings have been eom
> I hv Mrs. Maude D. Vez'na vs.
John D. Vfzina.
NBW SUITS FILKD.
Among the documents filed in tbe
county cleik's office yesterday were the
Joiliaiu Bixby vs. A. M. Rawson et
al.—Suit to quiet title.
Town of Santa Monica vs. Sam Lee
and Sing Lee—Suits to abate nui
Bast Lob Angeles Baptist church—Pe
tition to mortgage property.
An Evangelising Statute.
Have the reverend gentlemen who in
sist that this powerful nation shall be
the nlave of its word—who are ever
ehrilliug against tbe Qeary act and dep
recating exclusion of Chinese—have
they duly considered the value of exclu
sion as a means (under Providence) of
converting the heathen? Do they not
discern in this policy an available agency
for spreading the light of Christianity ?
How much more readily will tbe heath
eus accept our blessed religion if not
permitted to come here and observe its
practical workings! Surely tbe mis
guided worm whose soul is loaded with
error's chain will be more accessible to
deliverance if bis hide and bones have
not experienced the brickbat of truth.
Mr. Geary ia indubitably the greatest
force that has ever been turned loose
against tbe adversary of the Chinese
soul.— [Ambroee Bierce, in Examiner.
A DARING HIGHWAYMAN,
BK HOBS MBS. LANff ON BOTJTH
She Waa Onlng Hume About 10 O'eloob
When an Unknown Man Btruok
Her and Took Ber
A daring robbery took place abont 10
o'c'ock last night on South Hill street.
Mrs. Lang, who resides at 834 South
Hill street, was returning home and had
almost reached her residence, when a
man approached ber and struck her a
heavy blow on the right temple, at the
same time snatching a little bag which
Mrs. Lang carried, attached to her arm
by a cord. The woman was felled to
the ground and the footpad made off
with the bag, tbe string of which had
broken. Inside the bag waa $15 in
money, some receipts and a latch key.
A young man who saw tbe assault
chased the robber down Hill street into
Broadway as far as the city hall, where
he slipped and fell. On getting up again
the man waa out of sight but a boy who
was standing on the steps of the Potomac
block had seen the thief dodge around
the back of the city hall towards Spring
Btreet. Tbe young man again took up
the chaee but was not able to get within
sight of bis man again. Information
was given at the police station and sev
eral officers atarted in pursuit but up to
a late hour last night no arrests had
Mrs. Lang is suffering considerably
from tbe effects of the blow.
Japanese Women aud Sorrow.
However often I have witnessed tha
death of dear relations—children, for in
stance, or husbands —I never had occa
sion to observe tho wringing of hands to
which European women of the lower
classes aro so much addicted. A bitter
sorrow waa expressed through deep sink
ing of the head, grasping the hands to
gether shedding of tears. That strong
mental agony which digs in<so the soul,
co to speak, and takes hold of it like a
bodily pain sooma to bo unknown to
them. They never "turn to heaven their
faces bathed in tears," an action which
to us seems not only natural and in per
fect accord with the essence of grief, but
ia considered aa beautiful and as a worthy
subject of artistic representation.
In prayerß tho Japanese mother doe*
not lift her eyes to heaven. With bent
head, the body somewhat shrunk to
gether, with hands put together by the
palms and slightly raised to tho level of
tho chin, she sends her humble prayer,
for (juito concrete things, you may be
Sure, to Buddha.—"tieographico-Modical
The Uasi* of Colorado Wraith.
The total revenue from mining in 1801
was $33,500,000. Aud yet the Denver
chamber of commerce estimates tho in
from ugricuhureat #40,000,000, de
rived from tho cultivation of 2,000,000
acres of land. If tho value of the livtt
stock were added na a farm product, tht
gum would ho increased by at least $15,
--000,<J0 wonderful showing for so
new a state.—Julian Ralph in Harper's.
A Giant Kngllsh Oak.
"Winfarthiug oak," according to reli
abio testimony, was 700 years old at the
thuo of the conquest William ia said to
have surveyed it closely before making
Ids famoti 1 remark, "Could I live to be
but one-fourth the nge of this tree th*
world would ha mine."—St. Louis B*V
A Tried Kemndy ror Bilionsness.
Those who tnffet from disorder or Innc'.lcn of
• lie liver will never get the upper hand of tin
unruly organ ao long as they usetnch ii ration U
remedies as blue pill, calomel and podophyllln.
But Irom the tried and popular midlctne, Bo*
tetlei's Stomach Bitter', they may expect reliei
with a certainty of obtaining it. The Influence
nf the Bitters upou the grot t> billsry gland 1*
direct, powerful aud Bpeedlly felt. The relict
ptloided is not spasmodic, but oomplcte and
permanent. The ssllcwnoss of the skin, furred
appearance of Ihe tongue, indigestion, costive
ness.be 'I >I c, nausea, pains through the right
side aud shculd r, in fact every accompaniment
of thu obstinate complaint are entirely and
promptly rsmoved by a course of this inestim
able m j Heine, In holialf of which testimony is
constantly em inning from every quarter, and
from all classes of society.
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