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HJAC KNIGHT A FCGARD,
252 S. Broadway.
And rents collected
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ONSIGNMENT SALE 01 CAltl'iiTS, RUGS,
portiere, chenille table coves, lace
curtains, quilts blankets, etc., at 34. south
Spring street. In order to satisfy caster., man
ufacturers $10,000 oi above lines of goods
must be closed out during the next 30 days.
700 yards brussels carpet at 45c; 050 yards
brussels carpet at 52Wc; 785 yards brussels
carpet at (10c; 550 yards extra super brussels
carpet, (>se. By order RICHARD DILLON,
consignee, 347 South Spring street, between
Third and Fourth streets. 8-. 7 2w
VjOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
XN company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 and S o'clock p. m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a fine of 82 will he
charged before Ihe water will be turned on
again. S-17 tf
HEKAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OK THE STATE
Loan and Trust company are Inclosed in a
fire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks and brilliantly lighted by electricity; al
coves attached for the private examination of
valuables, with writing materials; a young
lad/ in attendance. 8-1 Ii
ESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine lor immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses—from whatever
cause. For sule by FREEMAN A CARPER, 102
North Spring st. Price, $2 per box. 5-0 ly
M) TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro st., between First and Sec
ond sts., Loa Angeles. 7-6 tf
SCHboL~dIFDRESSMAKING, CUTTIXG AND
and lining; paterns cut. French tailor sys
tcm. ROOJn 87, Potomac block. 8-27 lm
DO YOU WANT TO RENT YOUR HOUSE V
Leave your key with HILL A CO., 121 W.
Second st. 0-1 tf
A- F.~SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFF!I' B,
. 112 Center place. 1-15 tl
liERISNAL— COFFEE,'FRESH ROASTED ON
our giant coffee roaster, Java and Mocha,
35c lb; mountain coffee, 35«f1: gerinea, 2lic;
rolled ne, 10c; 4 lbs rice, Jsc; 6 lbs rolled
wheat, 'isc; 8 lbs corn meal, loc; 15 lbs gran
ulated sugar, SI; 10 lbs beans, 25c; can toma-.
toes or corn, 10c; 3 cans corn beef, 23c: can
baked beans, 10c; box maceiiront,ssc; extract'
I eef,.-A»i!: 4 bars liinmorc's soap, Sttfc; can
coal oilBOc; 8 lbs lard, 30rf pork, 13V: ba
con, KiWq: hams, 14«» - -ECONOMIC STORES,
305 8. Spring st. 7-5 If
ERSONAL —RALPH BROS.—GOLD BAR
flour, $1.00; city Hour, BQc: granulated
sugar, 15 lbs $1; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1; 6 lbs
rolled oats, 2,->e: sardines, o boxes, 25c; table
fruit, 3 cans, 50c; Midland coffee, 25c lb; east
ern oil, 80e: gasoline, 80c: 2-lb can cornel
beef, 15e; lard, 10 lbs, 95c: 5 lbs, 50c. 601
South Spring streel, corner Sixth.
PERSONAL— A YOUNG GENTLEMAN OF
high standing, recently from England,
aged 21, would like to correspond with young
lady witli a view to matrimony; intentions
honorable. Address H. N., Box 20, this ollice.
ARRIED LADIES' SAFEGUARD; I'AT
ented; no inedielne; no equal; money re
ftmded if not satisfactory. Send 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo.
rpHE I.OS ANGELES DIRECTORY til
J. keeps a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring to either
buy or sell will consult their best Interests by
applying at office, 103 South Broadway. 8-0
"IT* () IM3ALE—FIRST-CL ASS HOTEL, Ff'RNI-
X 1 ture and grounds, among the most desira
ble in Southern lalllornin; hotel men, cnll
and investigate. HILL ,t CO., 123 West Sec
ond st. 8-24 Min-tues <v. thurs-tf
T"H)R SALE—RARE CHANCE FOR A MAN
_T to engage In farming business nnd have
salary; $1200 cash required. E. S. FIELD, 130
8. Broadway. 8-2Ttf
17IOR SALE—CHEAP FOR CASH, A FIRST
' class blacksmith business. For particulars
apply to W. A. MORRISON, Redondo Beach,
Cal. 8-'-'il 1 in
TAY E. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
f J Uryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone, 528.
Practices in all the courts, state and iederal.
A GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN
.• street, Chicago, 111.; 20years' experience;
secrecy; special facilities in several stales.
Goodrich ou Divorce, with laws of all nates, iv
press. 0-4 ti
TIL'NSAKER & GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
XI rooms 10.1 and 104 Phillips block, corner
Spring and Franklin streets. Telephone, 1120.
1~5 J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT-
V» tention given to the settlement oi estates.
110 West First Btreet. 4-t) tl
K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, VV C
m ton block, 207 New High street, Los An
geles. l-l(i tf
WM. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT I..\W,
TV room 3, Allen block, Tenii'le and Spring
streets. 2-21 tf
First-class music ttirnishcd for bulls, par
ties, concerts, receptions nnd picnics. Violin,
manilolln, etc., taught. Oflico at Fitzgerald's
music store, comer Nortli Spring and Franklin
streets. 10-14 ly
OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
and Art; open till the year. MRS. EMII.Y
J. VALENTINE, president. V.M.C.A. Building,
Broadway and Second streets. 8-14 1 y
B~ ANJO, BY~MIis"M. E. AS'i'llCßY; 5 AND (1
stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
by People's store. Phillips biock. 11-12 ly
WILLHATtfITZ, MUSIC STUDIO, ROOM
• A, Crocker building, 212 8, Broadway.
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BURGESS J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, ESTAI?
Ashed for the last ten years in l.os Angeles,
fcooius 7 und 8 second floor, Workman block,
tyring st, between Second and Third. 1-2U y
*■> iiniitcTwN, architect, vm s. i-mTsu'
ys» wity, between First und Sci-ond. 5.7 | [
IIVKKS ANI> FINIBHKKB.
METROPOLITAN STEAM DVY'wor KB, -1 11
Franklin st.; tine dyeing and cleaning.
IJARISIAN DYE WORKS, 275 So"FlTl MAIN
street; best dyeing in the city. 1-1 :t t:'
pany of Ix>s Angeles: northwest comer
Ol Jb'ruuklln and New High sts. ml 7 tl
I 4 want active representatives ln all parts of
the U. 8. to sell an article that Is used by every
one. Goods are warranted. Profits enormous.
Business permanent and legitimate Exclusive
territory given. Experience not necessary.
Address "Manufacturing C 0.," 178-180 Com
mercial St., Lynn, Mass. 9-2-sat-tues-thu-12t
T17 ANTED—A y'6uN(TmaN~IN A QENERAL
\ V dry goods and clothing store, about 80
miles from here; must have had some experi
ence and bring first-class references, ana not
afraid of work; liberal salary to the right par
ty. Address P. O. Box 845, Los Angeles. lt-tj-3t
\V ANTKD-Al.l. NEEDING HELP ~FREK,
W employment or any inlormatlon, address
E. XITTIXUER'S Bt'REAC, established 1880.
Office, 319>* 8. Spring St.; residence. 451 S.
Hope st.. corner Fifth, Iff ' rgeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 8-10 tf
KTTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, 131-133 W. First st. Telephone 500.
Under the Los Angeles National bank. Help
of all kinds carelully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds' furnished. 7-0 tf
WANTED— AGENTS~TO REPRESENT THE
Guarantee Investment Company. THOMP
SON, MITCHELL A SONS, general agents, 107
and 108 Bryson block, Los Angeles, Cat. 0-0 , r >t
WASTED—MI". CRM. »NtOll«.
\\' ANTED—TO PURCHASE LOT, WEST OR
y 1 south front, between Twenty-second and
Twenty-seventh, Grand avenue and Hoover
streets; must be reasonable in price; slate size
of lot, give location and price. Address,
BI'YEK, box 20, Herald. 8-11 tf
■ITTANTED—WE HAVE APPLICATIONS FOR
V r ranches to rent; il you wish to let your
place send a description and what you want
ior lt. J. W. FOSTER, 1187 \Y. First St., Los An
geles. 9-5 7t
ANTED—WE HAVE SEVERAL CUBTOM
ers seeking bargains in vacant lots.
HITCHCOCK BROS., Real Estate and lnsur
ance Agents, 237 VY. First, 8-23 II
"IT-WXTED-MSS., ESSAYS, SERMONS OR
VI other documents to copy by hand or by
typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD, room 8,
a Broadway. 0-3 lm
TIT ANTED —'TO RENT, A FI'R.N ISHED
Vv house of Irom 9to 12 rooms; state rent.
Address C. L. FRANKLIN, Herald office. 9-0 2t
TJI7'A NTKD— TO 907000 PEACH
\\ stock by F. I', i ll A I'M AN, Pomona, Cal.
J OST—IN DRIVING FROM SANTA MONICA
1j to Alhambra, a black silk bag, containing
small amount of money, gold eve glasses, jew
elry, etc. Suitable reward paid on return to
County Assessor's office, court house. 9-8 3t
roil KKN I*—ISOCSB9.
T.TOR KENT—99O A MONTH—A~NEW 6-ROOM
i? cottage, complete in every particular;
southern part of city.
$3 a month—A new 2-story, 8-room house;
fine location, between two car lines; south
$4(1 a month—A handsome 9-room house,
nice lawn, large lot; southwest.
BARNES A BARNES,
8-27 tf 227 West Second.
I TOR RENT —FURNISHED OR UN FU R"
nished, one of the handsomest homes ln
the city, with beautiful ground, etc. If desired
will give lease one to three years. WESIJiY
CLARK, 127 West Third st. 8-31 tf
I TO iTrKXT—A N ELEGANTLY FURX ISHED
10-room house, gas, hot bath, electric bells,
barn, lawn, tlowers, etc.; close te car line.
TAYLOR A- RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 8-30 tl
TTOK RENT—DWELLING HOUSE 9 ROOMS,
A 8303. Olive St Call at house, or address
MISS J. C. NEWTON, South Pasadena. 9-3 9t
TJIOR~RENT—PUBLISHED HOUSE 8 BOOHS
J/ Belmont avenue, near Temple street; barn
—$4(1. ODEA & ll\Rlt,in3S.Broadway. S- (.If
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
single or on suite; light housekeeping priv
ileges allowed; the best location in the city;
reasonable rates. 620 South Broadway. Pri
vate family. 8-27-tf
I ".TOR 'RENT — TWO FURNISHED FRONT
. rooms with use of kitchen and dining
room. E. S. FIELD, 188 S. Broadway. 0-7 tf
I TOR RENT—SEVERAL FURNISHED ROOMS
. for housekeeping, in private family: S2O
S. Hill st. 8-3 St
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AT THE
Weld, N.W. cor. Eighth and Main streets.
TOILET— A LARGE J
block, 40x70, ior hall purposes; also rooms
for ofHces Ln the same building. Apply on
premises. 8-2 Jim
r^oIiRENT—A FINE REAL ESTATE OR IN-
F surance oflice at 237 W. First. HITCH
i CQ(T< 237 W. 8-23 tf |
THE WOODBURY* BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS
removed to the upper floor of the Stowell
block, i 26 South Spring street. It has now the
largest aud finest business college rooms ln the
state, and the largest attendance of any com
mercial school south of San Francisco. Fine
passenger elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
cessary. The public is cordially invited to call
and Inspect tne college in its new location.
Both day and evening schools in session the
entire summer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal free. C. A. Hough, President; N. G. Felker,
Vice-President; E. C. Wilson, Secy. 5-4 ly
LOSI OS ANCiELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
j AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL
(Incorporated), 1-14 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and aii English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college otlice, or write for
elegant catalogue. E. F. SHRADER, President:
F. W. KELSEY, Vicc-I'residcnt; L. N. INSKEEP,
£jURL»' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL,
410 If, Tenth st., reopens Sept. 28.
Miss Parsons and Miss Dennen, Prin.
Full courses in English studies, language*,
music, art, physical culture. College prepara
tion. Special * students admitted. Hoarding
department and primary class just opening.
CHOOL FOR BOYS AND Y< »UNG MEN,
now in session. Bryson block (top, floor ,
Second and Spring sts. Rooms light and cheer
ful; ventilation perfect. Thorough instruc
tion in all the common English branches.
Bpecia] attention to arithmetic, higher mathe
matics and classics. A. B. DROWN, A. M.,
(Yale), 26 Potomac block. 9-3 1 m
OCCID OFFERS SUPERIOR
adviintagas. Good board nnd well fur
nished rooms. Full college course. Able, ami
experienced faculty. Rates reasonable. Fail
term opens Tuesday, September 19th. For
catalogue and particulars address ,!. M. Mo
PHERKON, President, Los Angeles, Cal.
ISS ACKELSON'B PRIV.VTK
primary, grammar and high school stud
ies opens September 4th. Summer school now
in session. 412 W. Second st. 9-6 lm
A STUCKY, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
J V and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's store, Phillips block; send for cata
logue. IC-12 12in
lOSI OS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL (INCOR-
J poraled) for kliidcrgartucrs. Address
MRS. NORA D. MAYIIEW, 078 West Twenty
third st. 5-29 tf
OH O R TTfAND A~ND TYPEWRITING—BEST
k? advantages. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Spring
and First sts. 3-7 tf
\ — WILLHARTITZ, MUSIC STUDIO. ROOM
A, Crocker building, 212 a Broadway.
MRS. I- it. J. 11. SMITH, SPECIALTY~~MID
wiu-ry. Ladies cared lor during conline
uient at 727 Bellcvtie avenue. Calls promptly
ut tended to. Telephone 1119. 0-2 tf
IV ISLAKESLEeTm. D., EYE AND EAR.
Jm lote of 111. Eye and Ear Infirmary anil
Chicago OpthaimlO College. Oflice 212. S.
Broadway. 9-2 tf
/ . EORGeTi. BEACH, M. 1)., OFFICE AND
IF residence, 131 North Spring street. Oflice
hours, Bto i.', Itos, 0 to 8 p. m. Telephone
433. 11-3 tf
MR sTDR. WELLS-6 FFICE IN HER IiRIrK
block, 127 Ii Third st, Specialty, dis
eases of women.
POINDEXTEH, BROKER, 305 WEST
lV« Second sU Confidential business agent
fur investors or borrowers. If you wish to
tend or borrow, or invest in any securities,
please call. 8-1 tf
(JHIKOFOIII H f.
M~fsi ('. STAFFER, CHIROPODIST, AND
masseuse, 211 W. First St., opp. Nadeau.
HAT UN r , OOP VWIt IG HTM, KTC,
n'AZARo oyrowSwShTSoQU o, downey
block. Tel. 317, l.os Angeles. 11-22 If
LOS ANGELES HERALD, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 7. lt<93.
-yy-IGMORB A O'BRIEN,
Union Assurance Society of London.
Fire Association of Philadelphia,
Granite State and Reading.
Rents collected. Money to loan.
Entire charge taken of property.
281 W. First street,
9-3 tf Telephone 1101.
J,TOR SALE—SPECIAL BARGAINS.
A beautiful new 5-room cot'age. with all
modern improvements, on First street, Boyle
House of 7 rooms, bath, etc, corner lot on
Boston street, near Pearl street; $1500, worth
$2000; easy terms.
House of 7 rooms, hall, bath, etc., two lots
and fenced, on Twelfth street, west of Pearl
street; $3250, easy terms.
Business property on Main street, close In, at
a sacrifice. Vacant lots in all parts of the city
at prices and terms to suit purchasers.
9-2 tf F. A. HUTCHINSON, 213 W. First St.
ADAMS, ROUSE A MEEKINS,
207 West Second street.
FOR SALE — Improved, unimproved and in
come paying city properties, at bottom
prices. Orange and deciduous fruit or
chards, alfalfa lands, vineyards find ranches
FOR EXCHANGE — Desirable Income paying
eastern properties ior city property,
orchards or ranches.
MINES of merit handled through our eastern
CAREFULLY selected lists for your examina
RENTS collected and tenants secured. 9-otf
$7000— Lot on Figueroa street.
$800-Lot on Bonnie Hrae street.
$800-Coirner on Wiutield street.
on Twelfth street.
$400 —Lot on Johnson street.
#3(10-Ix>t in Umston tract. '
*(Is—Lot on Hill street; $85 per front foot.
$40-Lot on Hope street; a snap at #10 per
front foot. ERNEST G. TAYLOR,
Real estate and investment broker,
9-3 tf 214 N. Spring st.
I TOR SALE—VERY CHEAP—GOOD IM
-1 proved real estate in the south and south
western part of the city; also choice lots at
very low figures and terms satisfactory. I want
to see you bolore you purchase. CHARLES C.
LAMB, 213 W. Firet St. 0-3 tf
ITOR~SALE— COSEY 5 ROOM COTTAGE:
large trees, both shade and fruit; barn and
Btablc: $1800; also business lot cheap at Red
lands, #400; horse and phaeton, $50. 247 E.
Thirtieth st. 9-7-lt
I.TOR. SALE—$2lOO— PRETTY, NEW 0-KOOM
V cottage; hall bath, mantel, etc., southwest;
near electric care; #000 cash, balance month
ly. TAYLOR <lt RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
|J OR SA LE —PASADENA —330x860 FEET,
A Los Roblcs avenue, opposite Santa Fe de
pot—elegant; will cut it into 22 lots. Tills is a
bargain at #7000: terms easy. J. 8. VAN DO
REN, 101 S. Broadway. 8-29 tf
(TOR SALE—#SSOO—A BEAUTIFUL A-ROOM
A modern new house; every convenience,
extra large lot, southwest; a lovely home; will
take good vacant lot as first payment, balance
3to 5 years. TAYLOR A RICH ARDS. 8-0 tf
I TOR SALE-8850-5-ROOM HOUSE, NICELY
I decorated: large lot, fenced for chickens;
good well pump; cash $100, balance $7.5 J
monthly; near Terminal depot; bargain.
TAYLOR A RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 8-4 tf
FH>S~BA LE—$1300~EACH—2 5-ROOM COT
tages on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly payments. BARNES A
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 9-2 tf
I TOR PALE-NEW "5-ROOM COTTAGE, NEAR
1 Harper tract, iret-elass, #2100.
K. P. CULLEN A CO ,
9-3 tf. 287 West First St.
I TOR SALE - 2-BTORY 9-ROOM HOUiiJ
1 first-class condition, ou University electric
car line; for sale by owner. Inquire at rooms
4 and 5, Now TVilsOh block. 8-3 tf
m^nn- p'le anevl^,"~bet.
•JT i V*' Pico ahd Sixteenth sts. Cheapest in
the city; tflth large, palnut trees. ODEA A
Bark, iO3 s. Broafflfey. ;™ 8-ai tf
EE~MEAGrfER A JAY¥oR BARGAINS IN
real estate. IOISX Broadway, Los Angeles.
tW7 tf i «;
JTOR SALE—CHOICE 2-STORY 8-ROO.M
house on Flower, near Adams; install
ments if desired. R. D. LIST, owner, 127 W.
Second it. 8-25 lm
3& I'xUU on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments if 15. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Becond st. 7-21 tf
TriOß SALE—WE HAVE A SURE BARGAIN
in fine lot on InKrahum«t.; near Seventh
street cable railroad. CRAWFORD A LOCK
HART. 9-0 tf
17IOR SALE—#26O—LOT 50x150, PRITCH
-1 ard st., near cable, E. L. A.; easy payments.
TAYLOR A RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 7-30tf
OR SALE—S3OO—LOT NEAR TEMPLE AND
Angeleno Heights; 40x150. ODEA A
BARR, 103 S. Broadway. 8-26 tf
IT-E HAVE A CUSTOMER FOR THE ji XKBT
\> cottage that $2500 will buy. CRAWFORD
A LOCKIIART. 9-6 tf
FOB 8 AI.K—MISCELLANEOUS.
JT mining, city and country property.
Partieiilur attention paid to patents of all
kinds, choice property in Azusa valley. Cor
W. M. STOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
S-33 tf 2*7 W. First st.
TTOR SALE— LADIES' NSW CONVERT] RLE
1? pneumatic bicycle; price, $65. 500 SOUTH
MAIN ST. 8-27 tf
I TOR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
' to suit at this oflice. »
MONEY TO LOAN.
com pa ny
Loans money in any amounts on all
kinds of collateral security, dia
monds, jewelry, seal3kins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional libra
ries, without removal; and on furni
ture in lodging, boarding houses and
Uftels, Without removal. Partial
jT.yiticnts received. Money quick.
lAisiness confidential. Private oi
lrccs for ladies.
W. E. DEGROOT, Manager,
8-29 ly Rooms 2, 3 A 4, 114 S. Spring st.
GOLD BOND INVESTMENT.
A LIMITED A MOT" NT OF THE FIRST MORT
gage 7 per cent, gold bonds of the Mount
Lowe Railway are now offered to tbe investing
public for tbo extension of its linen beyond
Echo Mountain to meet increasing business,
and to secure the erection of a great observa
tory upon the highest summit.
J For full particulars address the Lot Angeles
Safe Deposit *fc Trust company. Stimson block,
corner'lhird and Spring streets, Los Angeles;
or at the company's oflice, Grand Opera-house
Mock, Pasadena, C al. 0-3 7t
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, prevailing rates of interest,
bee Security Sayings Dank, 14.8 S. Main. 4-1 ly
WgtWIKJtKPi I NK DAY SAVED BY TA KIN*.
' Saota *" c excursions to Kan-
Vi : &)*y'!*4£lb sas City, St. Louis, Chicago, New
York anil Boston. Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston: family sourist sleepers
to Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rates
nnd quickest time. Orllce, li 9 N. Spring st.
•pHILLIPS' EAST IIAuND EXCCRSION3--
J Personally conducted, via Denver and Rio
Grande and Rock Islam! routes; leaves Loa An
geles every Tuesday and Friday: crossing the
Sierra Nei adas ami passing the entire scenery
on ttic liloGrande by daylight. Office, -38 s.
Spring st. 7-1 tf
T~~C. JI DSON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
• every Wednesday via Salt Lake City nnd
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Oflice, 212 S. Spring st.
1 Te t INI It V BUKOEON9,
surgeon—has the medal and is a member
of the Society ol Universal Science —will take
charge of all operations. Colts and other ani
mals gelded. Cure guaranteed of diseases of
the most aggravated nature. Moderate charges.
Oflice, Bentous block, room 0, Los Angeles.
ZvlvlfU at Redlands, Cal., with nice house,
good barn, windmill, tank and tank-house and
other outbuildings, all in good repair; a team
of good horses and all necessary agricultural
Implements go with the place.
$18,000—Orange grove of 20 acres at South
Riverside, Cal.; a beautiful place.
$10.80O—Orange grove of 18 acres at Men
tone. Cal.; a speculation. , .
$1750—10 acres ln five-year-old English
Real Estate and Investment Broker,
0-5 lOt 214 N. Spring st.
FOR BALE--s2so.orK>; ORANGE ORCH
ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
orchards, olive orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, fine city residences, hotels, lodging
houses, groce.v stores, hardware business,
fruit stands, cigar stands, meat markets, sa
loons, bakeries, restaurants, and all kinds of
mercantile business; prices from $100 to
$250,000; we neither advertise nor try to sell
anything that will not stand the strictest In
vestigation. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Sec
ond st 8-19 H
SNAP— 80 ACRES IN" AZUSA, OLD WATER
right paid up; will sell In tracts to suit,
fromsloo to $150 per acre, partly Improved;
sandy soil, suitable fororanges, lemons, prunes,
apricots, berries, etc.; will take part cfty prop
erty at present cash value.
Improved and unimproved lands in all parts
of Southern California.
Wanted, bargains in city and country prop
erty. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH,
0-7 71 208 W. First st
17IOR SALE —A VERY FEW CHOICE GOV
. eminent and school land locations for
sale cheap; or would take part pay in other
A few choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts., west of Figueroa; $000 to $900.
J. K. MULKEY,
8-22 tf 1140 W. Elghtcenthor 213 W. Flrstst
FOX SALE-170 ACRES FINE ORANGE,
vlneor olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vache winery at Brookslde, near Redlands;
this Is the very choicest land ln that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part; price $12,500,
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GOLSH,
147 8. Broadway. 8-30 tf
ITOR SALE—STOCK.MEN—32OO ACRE STOCK
ranch, on S. P. R. R., north of city: plenty
water; 600 acres in grain; two good houses;
barns, sheds, etc. (Stock on ranch for sale.i
This is one of the best buys ln Southern Cali
fornia. Investigate. TAYLOR Ai RICHARDS,
102 Broadway. 88 lm
ACRES AT COVIN A, BEAU
' tiful 5-room house, good barn; 11 acres ln
Yt ashington navels 5 years old, 6 acres lemons,
balance alfalfa and lawn; will Dear close in
spection. 244 & Broadway. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN it CO. 8-1 tt
I TOR"SALE—SNAP—$2000 25 ACRES NEAR
City; 2 acres bearing orchard, trees around,
small house; frestless belt; choice land lor
winter vegetables and early berries; easy
terms. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 208 W. First,
lIORI IOR SALE —A BARGAIN—4O-ACRE ORANGE
orchard, 20 acres in 20-year-otd trees; this
is finest properly on the market. Come and
see the, snap. 244 S. Broadway. DORSEY,
CHAMBERLIN it CO. 9-1 tf
ITS OR" S ALE ~OR~ E X CHANGE —92 ACRES, 1
1 mile northwest of Bur bank. In 10-aore lots
or more, in the tine deciduous fruit belt. In
quire of I>. NEC HART, 151 S. Broadway, or F.
M. EAGLESTON, adjoining lands. 7-10tf
B~ARGAIN !BAKGA IN ! So" ACRES - OF ALL
No. I choice fruit land; 7 acres in raisin
grapes, 3 years old; write immediately; easy
terms. G. W. KLINDERA, Tipton, Cal. lt
ITOR SALE—2O ACRES NEAR OMJUENGA
1 Pass, with good water right, $7»per acre;
bargain. TAYLOR 6; RICHARDS, 102 Broad-
I TOR BALE—A BARGAIN. 10 ACRES NEAR
1 Moneta Redondo railroad. E. S. FIELD]
139 S. Broadway. ?" 3 " t '^
ISoRl SALE^A~NO. 1 ALFALFA LAND WITH
1 water, only $100 per acre: near city. TAT
LOK A HH'H.UtHS, 102 Broadway. 7-30-lf
' 7 MONEY TO LOAN.
Agent lor the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
SOCIETY OE & F.
Building loans a specialty.
Real estate sold.
Agent Sun Fire ol London,
oldest company in the world.
K. O. by NT,
5-23 Om 227 W. Second St..
$10,000 GUARANTEE BONDS
PAYING 6 PER CENT INTEREST.
I recommend the above as a gilt-edged In
G. A. DOBINSON,
9-5 3t 1 Bryson Block.
MONEY WANTED—2O PERCENT PER AN
num can be made on ready cash, for one
or two years' investment, in sums from $500
.to $100,000, with security equal to government
bonds. Enterprise and associates are of the
highest character. Address for particulars,
"Investment," P. O. box 60, Loa ALgeles, Cal.
_ . 9-bV7t
Vf ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL
..VI rv, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
ami collateral security. ..LEE BROS.,
b-18 tf 402 S. Spring st.
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First .-treets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. m-4 tf
|»R. s"fdTIIURBT, DENTIST, N
I » Spring street, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless
IfIRANK STEVENS, 324 V SOUTH SPRING ST.
' Open Sunday and evening by electric light.
CLAIRVOYANT AND ME
dium; consultations on business, remov
als, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
locutions, etc. 452 S. Main st. MRS. PARKER,
©ONT RA OTOBB.
C~To Njt AHsi I I E
/ pus and asphalt paving. 227 w l'lrstst.
Notice of Sale of Franchise.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
oi Los Angelei county, Cal., September 1,
Wnereas, application hai been made to the
board of supervisors of Los Angeles connty,
Cal., for a franchise for a double track street
electric ml way over and along the route here
inafter described, and
Wherets, it is proposed to grant the samo on
the t-rms and conditions hereinafter set forth.
Now thorefore, notice IS hereby given that on
the 4th day of October, 1893. at 11 o'clock
a.m., tne board of supervisors of the county of
Los Angelei wiil receive bids ior the Balovf a
franchise to construct and operate a double
track electric railway over Pasadena avenue
from the north boundary of the ci;y limits of
the city of Los Augeles to a point where a pub
lic highway turns from said Pasadena avenue,
eister y along tbo t de of tho hill, and runs
along and over a former right of-wsy of the Los
A ngeles nn 1 San Gabriel Valley railroad: thence
along ssld last mentioned highway on a trestle
to be construct d by sild grantee adjoining tho
oreieut roadway on the southerly side thereof,
to a point about one hundred feet west of the
we terly eid cf the county bridge across the Ar
royo Seco; thence crossing said public highway
to lh<! northerly side thereof; thenca across the
Arroyo Seco on » bridge to bs constructed by
the grantee, adjoining and immediately above
the pie ent couuty bridge; ihence along said
highway to a pointot tho west boundary lino
of the city of aouth Pasarteus, the tracks of said
elec ric railroad to be ai near the center of said
avenue as practicable, and as near loeelher as a
proper for public stfety will permit,
Hull franchise wilt be granted for the term of
fifty years. . L ,
' Said iiauchlse will be granted upon the terms
and conni Hons of a proposed ordinance now oa
tile iv tlis oflice of the boa d of supervlsorwjpen
tothoinspsctionof all fersous desiring to bid
on the same, and said franchise, if graujed.wlll
be upon the terms and conditions set forth in
said proposed ordinance.
a cc tlfled check in ihe sum of five hundred
dollars to accompany each bid.
By order of the board of supervisor,
T. M. WARD,
Co-ny Clerk and Ex-OfTlcio Clerk of the Board
By w B, WniTTKM'inF, 9-3-tOt
Ordinance No. 1824.
( NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN.
tentiou of the mayor and council of the
city of Loa Angelea to establish the grade of
From Lincoln place to Eighth street.
The mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section I. That it Is the Intention of the
council of the oity of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of
From Lincoln place to Eighth street as follows:
At the Intersection of Lincoln place the
grade shall be 28.00 on the southeast corner
and at a point ln the west line of Vernon street
opposite to said corner; 80.00 on the north
east corner and at point in the west line of
Vernon street opposite to said corner. At tho
intersection of Eighth street 33.00 on the
southwest corner and at a point in the east
line of Vernon street opposite to aaid oorner;
35.50 on the northwest corner and at a point
opposite to said corner in the east line of Ver
non street, and at all points between said
designated points tho grade shall bo estab
lished so as to conform toastralght line drawn
between said deslgnatod points.
Elevations are in feet and above city datura
Sec. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten days in the Los
Angeles Hiralp, and thereupon and there
after it shall take effect and be In force.
1 hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles at its meeting of Aug. 28,1803.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
Approved this Ist day of September, 18*3.
f. E. ROWAN,
0-4 lOt Mayor.
Ordinance No. lb*2s.
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEN
tIon of the mayor and council of the city of
Los Augeles, 10 establish the grade of
F.om Vernon street to Union avenue.
The mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That lt is tho intention of the
eostaoll of the city ol Los Angeles to establish
From Vernon street to Union avenue, as
At the intersection of Vernon street the grade
shall be 35.50 on the northwest corner and
35.00 on the southwest corner; at tho inter
section of Union avenue 23.00 on the north
east and southeast corners.
And at all points between said designated
points the grades shall be established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn between said
Elevations are ln feet and above city datum
Sec. 2. The ctty clerk Bhall certify to tho
passage of this Ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten days in the Los
Angeles Herald, and thereupon ana thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinanco
was adopted by tho council of the city of Los
Angeles at its meeting of August 28, i 893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
Approved this Ist day of September, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
9-4 10 t Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1823.
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN
tention of the mayor and council of the
City of Los Angeles to cstabish the grade of
From Hope street to Figueroa street.
The mayor and council of the ctty of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section L That it is the intention of the
Council of the city of Los Angeles to estab
lish the grade of
From Hope street to Figueroa street as follows:
At tne Intersection of Hopo street the grade
shall be 34.50 on the northwest and southwest
corners: at the intersection of Flower street,
33.17 on the northwest and northeast corners;
33.52 on the southwest and southeast corner;
at the intersection of Figueroa street. 35.80 on
the northeast corner and 38.20 on the south
And at all points between said designated
points the grade shall be established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn between
said designated points.
Elevations are in feet and below city datum
Sec 2. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance, aud shall cause
the same to be published for ten days in the
Los Angeles Heralo, ana thereupon and
thereafter it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles at its meeting of Aug. 28. 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
Approved this Ist day of Septembr, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving Will, Etc.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. STATE OF
California, connty of Los Angeles—ss.
In the matter of the estate of Luca sciscich,
Notice is hereby given that Friday, the 22d
diy of September, 1893. at 10 o'oiock a.m. of
said day, at tbe court room of this court. De
partiuent Two thereof, ln the city of Los Anger
les, couuty of Lo* Angeles, and Mat •of Cali
fornia, has bean appointed ss the time and
place for hearing the application of John L.
Pavkovich, i raying that a document purport
ing to be a last oleozraphic will and the last
will and testament of the said deceased be ad
mitted to probate, that letters testamentary bo
issued thereon to John L. Pavkovich, at which
time and place all persons interested therein
may appear and contest the same.
Dat3d Sept. 5, 1893.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By C. W. Bum, Deputy.
J. Marlon Brooks, Esq., Attorney lor Peti
tioner. 9-6 td
Notice for Publication.
LAND OFFICE AT LOS ANGELES, CALIF.,
Auguit 3d, 1893.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made at fore register and
receiver at Los Angeles. Calif., on Oct. I.
1893, viz; Jeseph W. Crosby, home No. 2970,
for the KU of N W(4 and EV* of BW>i Bee. 20, T.
4N. B. 15 W.,8.8.M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said laud viz; Jackson B.Smith of Thompson,
Calif,; William F. Erwin of Thompson. Calif.;
Frank F. Smith of Thompson, Calif.; John IL
Smith of Thompson, Calif.
W. H. SHAMANS.
Notice of Hearing- of Petition for
Vacation of Cherry Street, High
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVES THAT THE
petition of Ralph Rogers et at., for too
vacat on aud abandonment of Cherry strett,
Highland Park, as shown In map reco-ded in
book 6, at pages 392 ana 393 of miscellaneous
records, Los Angeles county, has been fi led with
the board of supervisors of Los Angeles couuty,
and the hearing of the samo fixed by said board
for September 20,1893, at 2 o'clock p m.
By order of the board of supervisors made this
23d day of August, 1893.
T. H. WARD,
County Clerk, and ex-offtolo clem of tne board
8-20 14t By W. H. WHITTEMORB, Deputy.
Notice for Publication.
LAND OFFICE AT LOB AKGELE3, CAL.,
August 3, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that tbe following
named settler has filed notice of bis intention
to make final proof ln support of his claim,
and that said proof will'be made before regn
ter and receiver at Los Angeles, Calif., on Octo
ber 11,1893, viz; Joseph W. Crosby. Home No.
3288. for the S% of NW'4, EH of SW>i Sec. 20,
T. IK., K. 16 W ,8. a M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said Und, viz.: Jackson B, Smith, of
Thomp on, Calif.; Wlliisin F. Erwin, of
Thompson, Cilif.: Frank F. Smith, of Thomp
son. Calif,; Joun M. Bmltii, of Thompson,
Calif. W. Jf. SiAMANB,
9 7 30t Register.
Notice for Publication.
LAND OFFICE AT LO3 ANGELES, CALIF.,
August 3, 1893,
NoliCd Is hereb. given tbat tho following
named se tier has filed nolle) of his intention
to maae final proof ln support of h it clal m, and
that said proof will be made be tore Register
and Receiver at Los Angeles. Ca 11., on October
11,1893, viz: John M. Smith. Home No. 2n70
for the 8 %of NW. U and . ', ot ,\ K. i, Sec
22, T. I n.'h. 15 W., 8. B. M.
He names Hie following witnesses to p ove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of laid land, viz: WtlliamF. Erwin,of Thomp
son, Calif.; Jackaon B. Smith, of Thompson,
Calif.; Frank F. Smith, of Thompson, Calif.;
Joseph W. Crosby, of Thompson, Calif.
W. H. BEAMASB,
0 7 30t Id •! «"".
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY
of Los Angele.-, stato of California.
Sarah 0. Whir-ham. plaintiff, vs F. U. Bar
clay, H. J. Hunt, J. W. Hendrlck, J. S. Chap
man, Ida Hancock, as administratrix of tho
estate of John Hancock, deceased; Francis V.
McDonnell. A A. McDonnell. Robert N. C. Wil
son, 11. 8, shields, Julia McErlalu, John Doe,
Richard Roe, Mary Dot), defendants
Aotlon brought in the superior court of Loa An
geles county, state of California, and the com
plaint filed lv said count; of Los Angolas, ln
tbe outer of the clerk of said Superior court.
The people of the State ol Csliforula send
greeting to F. 11. Barclay, H. J. Hunt, J. W.
riendrlot.J. S. Chapman, Ida Hancook, aa ad
ministratrix of theestate of John Hancock, de
ceased: Francis E. McDonnell, A. A. McDon
nell, Robert M. O. Wilson, H. 8. Shields, Julia
McKrlatn, John Doe, Richard Roe, Mary Dou
You are hereby required to appear ln an ac
tion brought against you by the above n»mud
rlolutttrtuthe Superior court of tho county of
os Angeles, state of California, and to answer
the complaint filed thetein, within ten days
(exclusive of the day of service) after the ser
vice on you of this summons—lf served within
tbii county; or if seivtd elsewhere, within
tlitr y days, or judgment will be taken
against you aocoiding to the prayer of said
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
of thl,i court vacating and setting aside tho de
cree of foreclosure aud order of sale, made ln a
former action ln eaid superior court, bclug
aotlon No, 14.321 on tbo register of action of
■aid court, whirein Sarah 0. whtgham was
Slaintlfl", and K. H. Barclay and others wore
efendants, which ssid action was instituted
for tho purpose of foreclosing the mortgage
hereinafter referred to; and also vacating aud
>eiiing aside the sale made on tbe 17lh day ol
November, 1891, in pursuance of the said de
cree of foreclosure; and also vacating the
sheriff's oortlficate of sale, Issued lv pursuance
of said sale, which said certificate of sale is
recorded ln book 8, sheriffs certificates of sale,
page 211; and also vacating aud setting aside
the sheriffs deed, make by the sheriff ol said
county to said plaintiff in pursuance of aald
cerllacato en November 18th, 1891, recorded
ln book 802 of deeds, pass 2, ia the otiico of
the county iccorder of said county of Los An
geles. Also to recover judgment against the
■aid dcf-ndaut F. H. Barclay tor the
sum of $5731.61. with Interest at tberateof
12 per cent per annum from November 6,
i y B9, compounding quarterly; also to obtain a
:ou of this court for the foreclosure of a
irtgsgc described in said complaint and exe
cuted by the said defendant. F. H. Barclay, on
the sth day of May. A. D. 1888, to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note, made by
said defendant. F. H. Barclay, on said sth day
■of May, A. D. 1888. to said plain tiff, lor $5 Mk«.
gold coin, npon which said promissory note
and mortgage there has been paid the sum of
$787, and no more, and npon whioh promis
sory note and mortgage there is due and unpaid
a balance of $5731.01, with interest thereon at
tberateof 12 percent per annum, from No
vember 5,1899, compounding quarterly; also
to recover judgment for the sum of $21.20 laid
out and expended by plaintiff for laxej upon
the mortgaged premises, and for interest there
on at 12 per cent per annum, compounding
quarterly, from Deocmber 20, 1890, and
ai.o for the sum of $000 aa reason
able counsel fee of plaintifT herein, as
provided ln . said mortgage; that the
premises described In said mortgage may be
sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of
tho amount the court shsli ascertain to be due
on said nolo and mortgage, or either, and for
such taxes, aud for counsel fees, and for costs of
salt: and In ease such proceeds are not suffi
cient to pay the same, then to obtain juagment
for the deficiency, and an execution against
said defendant, F. H. Barclay, and also that
each and all of the defendants, aud all persons
claiming by, through or under them, or either
of them, may be barred aud forever foreclosed
of all riaht, iltte, claim, lieu, equity of redemp
tion and interest ln and to satd mortgaged
premises, and for the appointment of a receiver
tor said premises, and for other and further re
lief. Reference Is bad to said complaint for
And yon are hereby notified that if yon fail to
appear and answer tne said complaint as above
required, tbe said plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in said com
Given nnder my hand and the seal of the
Superior court of the county of Los Angeles,
Btate of California, this 19th day of April,
ln the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and ninety-three.
[Sbul.] T. 11. WARD, Clerk.
By A. >». S«av«r, Deputy clerk.
Z. B. West and Wellborn & Hutton atty's for
plaintiff. 8-29 03t
CIONBUMKRB OF WATER FROM THE LOS
/ Angeles City Water company plant are
hereby notified that ii they permit any build
ing or street contraotor to use water from their
hydrants, nnlesl suoh contractor show a per
mit from this company, their water will be shut
off without further notice, and a penalty will
be charged for such infraction ot the regula
tions before water will again be pat on
LOB ANGELES CTTY WATER COMPANY.
He Accuses of MHitle
rtl ma- Tluiei urr.
Mr. o.o<rablttj*. prbprietor of the Ne
braska restaurant on First street, ar
rived in this) ratty a ahort time ago.
Mr. Carabine-came from the east, and
with him came a pair of valuable little
A few daye ago Mr. Ganahl, the well
known lumberman, was on his way to
hia place of business. It was about 6:30
o'clock in the morning, and the streets
being deserted, hia attention was drawn
to two men who he noticed were endeav
oring to entice a pair of spaniels, which
were play ing in tbe garden of a residence
on Los Angeles street.
He saw tbe men lean over the fence
and pick up the dogs, which the? placed
in a buggy and drove away with.
He then aroused the ocenpant of the
house and told him of the occurrence.
The occupant was Mr. Carabine, and
the dog stealers were Poundmaster Lav
erty and tbe dog catcher.
Carabine went to the chief of police,
who telephoned Laverty to restore the
doge, after which he fired the dog
But in spite of the orders of the chief
of police, Mr. Carabine was obliged to
pay the poundmaster $4 before he could
recover his dogs.
Carabine was advised by Chief Glass
to swear out a warrant for Laverty's
arrest on a charge of petty larceny, but
preferred to pay his $4.
Tho poundmaster is appointed by the
city council, and it is apparently time
that there was a fresh appointment.
Blade "Alterable for Life.
This you may easily be if you fall to remedy
tbe Indigestion and non-assimilation of the
food, which are the attendants and originators
of nervousness, that ever presentailmcnt which
no narcotic, mineral sedative or ueivlne can
ever do more than temporarily relieve. Of
courre thesnremtdtes hive no effect upon tne
organs of indigestion and assimilation, except
to disorder and enfeeble them, thus aggravat
ing the original difficulty. Among the most
alarming ana dangerous symptoms of chromo
nervousness is insomnia, which is the profes
sional term for inability to aleep. Where this
exists there Is always a tendency to mental
overthrow, paresis and eventual insanity. Be
gin at the fountain bead of all this difficulty
witti Hostetter's Stomach Bitten and avert evil
conscqu-jnees. No sooner does the stomach re
sume Its tone, and the system gain in vigor
through the aid of tbis benign tonic, than sleep
renin s and the nerves grow tranquil. ChLls
nnd fever, rheumatism, b lionsnoss and consti
pation yie d to the Bitters.
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Mater & Zobelein's lager, fresh from tho
brewery, on draught in all the princlpat sa
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Office und brewery, 444 Allso street. Tele
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Live, fat chickens. Bean & Clark. 116 E sth.
Bendqaaiters lor thoroughbred poultry, game
See the World's Great Healer
And oculist, at rooms 10 and 11. No. 316H
South Spring street, Los Angoles, Cal.
F. Tonner, J. D. Allen, C. W Hopkins, S. J.
Levy, San Francisco; H. D. Olbbs, PleroeTrait
ier, McKee Hankiu, Miss Pbyl sam kin, Chas.
E Vuaner, New York; J. W. Vsßlsrwort, D. D
Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Josi.u, Mis. Sophie
Larscn, Miss Carrie Latseu, Chicago; J- B.
Wadrell, B. Keii.ken, St. Louis; Thomas Cave,
Charles Cam K biiU Miss Campbell, London;
E E. Web.ter. Pasadena; F. W. Brown, Bed
lands; K. a. Voir, Guatemala; A. G. Weiss, Po
mona; Z. Graham, Ventura; E. Tay or, Oak
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Clark, Kansas City; J. H. Gllmore! Palm
Mr. M. 8. Rosenthal of New York if
in the city.
Mrs. Robert Green has returned frorr
a five weeks* visit to San Francisco.
Banker Louis Jacobs of San Bernar
dino whs in the city yesterday.
W. T. Smith and family of Phosnlx
are guests of the United States hotel.
Hon. James R. Waddell of St. Jjouls,
ex-congressman, is at tbe Hollenbeck.
Tony Zorb, wife and three children
are stopping at Catalina for two weeks.
J. K. Colerich, a business man of
Murietta, Riverside county, is registered
at tbe United States hotel.
Dr. B. F. Kierulff and family, who
have been at Long Beaoh for two months
past, have returned to the oity.
A. L. Burbank, a former Angelefio, but
now a resident of San Jnae, ie in the city
on a business trip for a few days.
Supervisor Stewart o( Riveraide
county ie in tbe city. He says pros
pects are exceedingly bright in tost
J. J. Bergin left yeaterday for Fort
Worth, Tex., being summoned to the
bedside of hie father, wbo is danger
Officer Walker, who preserves peace
and prevents accidents on the corner of
First and Spring streete, ia ofi duty on
account of illness.
Mr. J. W. Mnlr, superintendent of
tbe nickel plate division of the Southern
Pacific railway, has returned from a
visit to San Francisco.
0. W. Duffy, a former Angelefio, but
now engaged in placer mining in San
Franciequito cafion, is in tbe city for a
brief business stay.
Dr. P. Hendricks, the dentist, accom
panied by his sister and Miaa Bessie
Bryan, left last Tuesday for a three
weeke' visit to Chicago and other eastern
Mr. I). W. Fly, of the wholesale groc
ery firm of Howell, Craig & Fly, tias ie,
turned from a trip to Memphis, Tenn.s
his old home, and will make Los Angele
his home in the future.
Prof. Oarlyle Petereilca, pianist, late
of Boston, Mass., and Prof. Edwin
Clark of Berlin, violinist, are recent
additions to the musical circles of the
city. Tbe foimer contemplates perman
ently residing here.
Mr. Sackett Cornell will revive the
Evening Telegram tomorrow. He will
be editor and general manager and will
doubtless produce a lively, interesting
paper, as he has a way of creating a stir
when he sets his pen at work.
A. B. Cronenwett. who has been
traveling passenger agent for the Santa
Fe in the east, hae formed connections
with the Chicago and Alton ac traveling
passenger agent eaat until after the
world's fair, when he wiil come back to
hie old home in Southern Oalifornia as
traveling passenger agent of tbe Pacifio
coast for that line. Mr. Cronenwett ia
now assisting in the handling of the
Judson overland excursions which come
weßt over tbe Chicago and Alton, the
Missouri Pacific and the Denver and Rio
Grande. "Crony," aa the affable and
alert railroad man ia called by hie host
of friends, is doing; splendid work in
bringing people to Southern California
and the Pacific coast.
•Mr. Charles Jacoby left last evening,
with hia family, for New York oity,
where thoy will locate again.- Mr. Ja
ctrby Will be the resident buyer for the
w eu-Koowlb, Jinn of Jacoby Bros, of thia
city. ; Mr. Jacoby and family will stop
over at ("imago for awhile to take in tbe
world's, fair. Ac heretofore, Mr. Jacoby
will take advantage of any bargaina that
may come under hia observation. To
hia good judgment can be attributed tbe
many great bargain sales that have and
are now taking place at the popular firm
of Jacoby Broß.
In all varieties; a full stock; lowest
prices. See the W. O. Furrey company,
169 to 173 North Spring street.
Tbe tbinneßt polished piece of iron
ever made is said to have been turned
out at the Upper Foreet Tin works near
Swansea in Wales. When finished the
sheet, cut to the standard size, Sxs' a
inches or forty-four surface inches,
weighed about forty-six grains and
would naqe " required 4,806 sheets to
make one inch in thickness. There
has been much competition between
English, American and French iron
works in rolling iron paper since the
first universal exhibition held in Lon
don in 1851, when a Pittsburg firm sent
a letter written on a sheet of iron which
measured 1-1,000 part of an inch.
• The Noble' Art of Seir Defense."
Bkt Forth bi an Adtuority—Self defense is
instinctive. Persons who Und themselves af
flicted with heart disease as manifested by itt
many symptoms. palpitation, short breath, ir
regular pulse, pain in side or shoulder, smother
ing, fainting or dropsy, etc., naturally desire a
defense against what may terminate fatally.
For this express purpose no remedy has ever
approaoheu Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, sold by
O. H. Hsnce, 177 N. Spring, on a guarante .
Mrs. O. F. Perkins of Northwood, Is., lay-,,
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure saved horllio. slio
suffered from palpitation and heart would fre
quently beat as high as 125 a minute. Was
notexpected to live Was a mere skeleton, no
relief from physicians, New Heart Cure cured
Wall Paper at Cost.
White back 5 cents a roll, gold paper 10 cants
a roll. Labor below cost—we charge 10 cei.ua
roll and employ union workmen at 15 ceritsß
roll. This is jour chance to save mwejr. P> *,
Baner, 237 South Spring at.
Farmers and Horsemen -Hall's Cream
Salve for horses will keep the flies off a wire,
heals barbed wire cuts, cares old sores. Some
thing new, something good. $1. Off &
Vaughn's drug store, Fourth and Spring sis.
Poison Oak—Hall's Cream Salve
will give immediate relief aud cure in 2*
hours. 25 and 50c. Ott* A Vaugbau's dru<
store, Fourth aud Spring sts.
Fire Insurance Kates Reduced.
Independent of the "compact." Bee tiesker
vllle, 218 North Main (Lanfranco but .ding; uud
save money. n
For the Choicest Hotter
In the city go to Los Angeles cieamery, 322 W.
Second strett. Churned fresh every day.
Do Ton Want Wall Paper?
Closing out sale—Eckstrom & Strasburg, 307
and 308 South Main street,
Qaall t Quad Quell!
First of the season, at Frod Hanlman'S, Mott
market. Telephone 188.
Stands at the Head.
The light running Domestic. H. E. Memory,
853 .south Spring it,
Yon can tiuy at cost at Eckstrom & Stroaburg's
closing out sale.
Winona", distillers' supplies, hydrometers
and thermometers, U. o, government se i.
Marshuu, optician, lU7 North Spring street.
250 envelopes, 50c; % rm willing paper, 25c
TAngsWdt r,314 W. *eooad, homi.