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1 OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. j
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KNIGHT & FUGARD,
252 S. Broadway.
And rents collected
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OTICE—THE LOsTngELKS CITY W ATER
company w ill strictly enforce the follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between
(> and 8 o'clock a. m. nml <; and 8 o'clock p. ni.
For n violation of the above regnlotion the
water will be shut off and a fine of will be
charged before the water will be turned on
• again. 8-17 ti
TMIE SAFE HKPO.-IT BOXES OF THE STATE
. Loan and Trust company are inclosed in a
lire-proof and burglAr-proof vault, with time ,
locks and brilliantly lighted by electricity; al
coves attache-el for the private examination of
valuables, With writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. 8-1 tf
EfliitlN'B FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
nionthlymedicine i.ir Immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses—from whatever
cause. For sale by FREEMAN ft CARPER, 102
North Spring st. Price, 9/2 per box. f»-ti ly
IG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of .minting and repair
ing. 128 Ban Pedro :,t., between First and Sec
ond sts., Los Angeles. 7-ti ti
CCHOOL OFI)RESBMAKtNG, CUTTING A HP
O and fitting: paterae eat, French tailor sys
tern. Room 07, Potomac block. 8-27 lm
D~ o~yo u~wa xtT ; o _ re xt " v oTTTITiTus F?
l.oave your key with HILL ft CO., IB I W.
Second st. 9-1 tl
F.~SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. oIT UK,
. 112 Center place. 1-15 tf
'TjKMi BENT-.-FURNISHED OR UNFCB
, I niched, une of the handsomest hemes in \
tiie city, with beautiiul grouna,etc. U desired .
will give lens., one In tnice years. WESLEY
CLARK, 12i West Third st. * 8-31 tt
UOR BENT—AX ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
X 10-room Honse.gas, hot bath, electric bells,
'Itnrn, !nwn, Sowers, etc.; clone to car line.
■i AYLuit .fcijivii-'RI S.Jic Roadway. 8-30 tf
IJWII BENT—FURNISHED Hi3TJBB 8 ROOMS
Belmont avenue, uear Temple street; bnrn
—s-41). ODEA .t HAIIR.IH3 S.ibondwgv. 8- titf
; FOX KKNT-I!tW)VH.
1-<OR RENT—>."!< ELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
single or ci; M'.i'.e; light housekeeping priv
ileges allowed; thu best "location in the city;
reasonable rates. BBU Soi;tli Broadna:. Pri
vale family. 8-27-tf
X? OB BENT—FURS ISHED 1-AltLtißr WS T II 1
tj piano, bedroom and kitchen, on first floor; :
best location in city. 325 S. Hill st. 0-13 2t j
IIOR~BEXT —"TWO*"FURNISHED" FRONT
rooms with nee i>f kitchen and dining
room. E. S. FIELD, 130 .-. Broadway. g-7 ii
frOM JJJEN T— H I -UHI.LAN t'.OUS.
T' 'O LET— .\~LARGE II ALL IN THE I ill V SON
. block, 40x70, for hQll purposes; also rooms
lor offices in the same building. Apply on
'premises. s-2 * in
P§PsH£"f/ |NE DAY SAVED BY TAKING
|W^3Wrr«£~S(" "-iiuui Fe excursions to Kan
■saNwWsvVsaii I ity, St. Louis, Chicago, New
York mid Boston. Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through ti»
Chicago and Boston: family sonrist sleepers
to Kansas City attd Chicago dally. Low rates
and quickest lime. entice, 1.0 N. Spring st.
■ V-l Bra
P 111 ELI PS' E AST~BoF Nil EXCURSIONS—
Personally conducted, via Denvei aud Rio
Grande end Rock Island routes; leaves Ixis An
gelesevery Tuesday nud Friday I crossing the
Sierra Nevadas and passing the entire scenery
on the AloGrande by daylight Office, ittd s.
Spring st. 7-1 tf
T «'. .H'l'SON A- I'll.'.- EXCURSIONS EAST
fl . every Wednesday vie Salt Lake city and
Denver. Tourist curs to Chicago and Boston,
Manager iv charge. ufHcc, 212 s. spring st.
Vf RS. DR. "j. 11. SMlTll, SPECIALTY ~MIII*
j»l (tilery, ladles cared for during eonllnc
nicnt et 7-7 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone llil). li-2 tf'
"I 1 11 LAKESI.KI*.,"* M — X, _ KYI'" AND EAR.
J 'j% Lmo of 111. Eye and Ear Inlli-mary end
Chicago Opthalmla College. Oliico 342.. 8.
Broadway. 9-2 "if
BOBGE H.**BEACH, M. D., OFFICE AND
T residence, 'in North Spring Street. Office
hours, bto 1., ItoB, 0 to d p. in. Telephone
433. 11-3 li
"\ J Ks'TTrTwEI.LS—OFFICE IN HER TwicK i
block, 137 E. Third tt. Specialty, dis
essea ot ivo'.len.
■pvß. 1. W. WELLS, CORNER SPUING AND
XJ First streets, Wilson block; take eltvutor.
Gold crown aud bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. "m-4 tf
B.*~ s. _ toliiukst, _ 'dentist7~ios'i*f*x"
Spring street, rooms 2, 3and7. Painless
STF.Y ENS. 824K SOUTH SPRING ST.
Open Similar .md evening by eieetrie light.
iFe eye, riTcnni':c'i7lcßTAi!'-
Jl I* lishe-' for the last ten years in Los Angelas
Rooms 7 and 8 second iloor, Workman block,
Springst., between Second and Third, l-ii> y
jr iB. brl >' \\% ar< •iii tect, ib« a b r'i iad-
• Way, l I tv.ci'U First and Second. 8-7 It
MVI.I;- ««tl Xl M ISM HKH
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE
Franklin st.; tine dyeing and cleaning,
I* JAM sl AN DYE *W ORE 8, 370 SOU TI I MA IN
street ; best il veing iv the city. 113 11
7> \v. poixdexte*::, br()ker,"7ios west
JV« Second sl. Confidential business agent
for investors or borrowers. If you wish to
lend or borrow, or invest in any securities
please cull, s-1 ii
l 1 FE-PKADI NG***M] '.-
I dium; consultation-' on business, remov
fls, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
ocations, etc. 4SS S>. Mai;: st. MRS. PARKER.
"f~*ONRAb SCHERER, iiIBAIOTE, BITOMUj'
i otu and asphalt paving, ll'il W, First sb
M employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Offlre, 319' ■ S. Spring st.; residence. 451 S.
Hope st.. corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 8-16 tf
I>«TTY, HUMMEL ft CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, 131-133 W. First st. Telephone 509.
Under the Ix>s Angeles National bank. Help
of all kinds carciully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds furnished. 7-0 tf
antku-t\F6 _ bakbleiTs~at 211 east
First st. 9-13 at
WANTED— BY COMPANIONABLE, EXPE
rienced and reliable woman, a position
as attendant for a lady; would travel if de
sired: references exchanged. Address "Situa
tion," Box 80, Herald oflice. 0-12 4t
TB A KTEIV-mTUATION ttf A YOtTKQ HAM
VT as salesman or book-keeper; with ten
years' experience and Al references; will work
tirst month for some good house for hoardto
get established. 11., Herald ofliee. it-12 tl
VIM XTED-SITUATION' BY JAPANESE
Tf who understands about cooking. Ad
dress lOM BU'ir, fill Santcost, 9-12 21
\( iENTS MAKE SO A OA Y.
kitchen utensil ever invented Retails for
35 cents; 9 to 0 sold in every house. Sample,
postage paid. 5 cents. FOltsilEE .t McMAKIN,
t'ineiimati. O, 8-2<>-Snn.v.Wcd
VVAXTED —TO PURCHASE LOT, WEST OR
> » south front, between 'twenty-second and
IVSaty-eOTenth, Grand avenue and Hoover
streets; must he reasonable in price; state size
of lot, give location and price. Address,
BUYER, box 20, Herald. 8-11 tf
TV ANTED—MSA, ESSAYS, SERMONS iii
\\ other documents lo copy by baud or by
typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFOUH, room 8,
242' i 8. Broadway. 0-3 lm
WANTED— PROPERTY LISTED WITH DS]
we have enstomers. DoItSF.Y, CHAM
BERLIN & CO., 244 S. Broadway. 9-12 tf
YIMN~TED-\Y~E HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR
>> installment houses. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN ,'. CO., 244 S. Broadway. Ml It
\i r \ 10,000 to 20,000 pk ach
T> stock by F. C. CHAPMAN, Pomona, Cal.
il-7 1 w
our giant coffee roaster, Java and Mocha,
35c lb; mountain coffee, 35c; genm-n, 2<K".
rolled rye, 10c; A lbs rice, Vsc; ti lbs rolled
wheat, 25e; 8 lbs com meal, 15c; 15 lbs gran
ulated suyar, s?l; IfHbs beans, 25c; car. toma
toes or com, 10c; 3 cans corn beef, 25c; can
baked beans, 10c; bos niiU'caront.rtac: extract
beef, 25c: 4 bars Dinmore's soap, Ifsc: can
coal oil 80c; 8 IPs lard, 30c; pork, 1:0. o; ba
con, 10V; hams, 14i,e. ECONOMIC STORKS,
305 8. Spring st. 7-5 U
EItSONAI. — RALPH BROS. — GOLD BAR
flour, |1,00; city flour, 80e: granulated
sugar, 10 lbs ifl; brown r.ugar, 20 lbs *l; t; lbs
rolled oats, aoe: sardines, 5 lioxes, 25c: latile
iruil, 3 cans, 50c; Midland coffee, 25c lb: east
ern oil, 80c: gasoline, Stlc: 2*n> can corned
beef, IOe: lard, 10 lbs, 05c: 5 lbs 50c. 001
South Spring street, corner Sixth. r
A RRIEI) LADIES 7 " SAFEGUARD: P.VT
cntcil: no medieinc; noeuual; money re
funded ii not satisfactory. Send 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo.
1} E R SOX A L~*"~A X V LADY OK GESTEEMAN
wishing to enter the matrimonial state
w ill do well to coil at 2311* S. spring street,
room ti. 9-12 7t
| *ADIrSTso*MCTIU'X(i NEW FOR TIIE COM-
Yj plcxioii—Parisian Toilet Cream. Forssle
nt Parlor .A, 20-1 s. Main st. ;>-S 7t
| rpH*E "\\"w"TrBURY lU SI S BBS « i ILLEGE HAB
X removed lo the upper floor of the stowell
block, -2ti South Spring street. It has now tne
largest and finest business college rooms in the
state, and tiie largest attendance of any com
mercial school south of San Francisco." Fine
passenger elevator running direct to the
■Chool rooms, rendering stair-cliinbiug unnec
ccssary. The public is cordially invited to call
and inspect llie college in its new location.
Botli day and evening schools In session I lie
I entire summer. Catalogue aud College .lour
no 1 free. C, A. Sough* President; N. G. Felker,
Vioe-Prefidcut; E. c Wilson. Bee y. 5-4 ly
lOSI OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
J AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL
iTncorporalcdi, 144 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
■ school en the coast. Thorough and pruciicni
i courses in the commercial, Shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaylaarAßa' nil English ■
branches Large, able atirp-jafilnre faculty of
I instructors Day and evening sessions. Terms
leti.-OUhble. Call at college otlice, or write for
1 elegant i stologue. E. I. .SiIIiADER, President:
I 'U.-W. KELSEY, Vice-PresftWm! L. N. INBKEKP,
Secretary. 8-10-0 l-tl
QUIRES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL,
410 W. 'I'cntli st., reopens Sept. 28.
Miss Parsons and Miss be mien, Pri it.
Full courses in Engl; b studies, languages,
musle, art, physical culture. College prepara
tion. Special students admitted. Boarding
department and primary class jusL opening.
C«'HOOl, FOR BOYS AND YOUNG MEN,
n how in session. Pryson, block (top, floor,
second and spring sts. rtobmslight and cheer
ful: ventilation perfect. Thorough Instruc
tion in all the common English' branches.
Special attention to arithmetic, higher mathe
matics and classic*. A. 11. BROWN, A. M.,
(Vale , 20 Potomac block. 9-3 lm
OCCJ i.ext a i.ci>~li7eg]"""7ffl':i:s superior
advantages. Oooii hoard and well fur
nished rooms. Full college course. Able ouu
experienced faoulty. Rates reasonable, Fa-'l
term opens Tuesday, September 19th. For
i catalogue and particulars address .1. M. Mc-
PHBRKCtN, President, Los Angeles, Cal. •
| S--.7 lm
isi" ACKKlibx'S-pRI VATE SCHOOL FOB
primary, grammar and high school stud
[ les opens September 4th. Bummer achool now
]in session. 412 W. Second st, O-li lm
\huti KY. .-moki ham', rrrsnKlTiaa
and Business institute. Take elevator by
) People's More, Phillips Muck; lend for cata
logue. !• •ill linn
Jl is ANGELES TRAINIXO SCHOOL iIXCOR
j porated) for kindergaftners. Address
MKB. NOHA 1). MAYIILW, 070 West Twenty
tillrd st. 3-29 tf
OUORTHAKD "aNI) TYPEWRITING—BEST
I i~ advantage*. longi.EY INSTITUTE, Spring
and first sis. I-J-7 tl
\~WIIXIIARTITZ, MUSIC CTUDIO, ROOM
j 1. A, Crocker build:n\:, 212 s. Broadway.
8-SH 1 in
* TTostit »>ya,
JAY E. HUNTER. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
f } Biyson-Bonebrake block. Telephone, 528.
Practices m all Hie courts, stale ami iederal.
A GOODRICH, LAWYER, 134 DEARBORN
« street, Chleago, 111.; SMfyears' exia-rii nee
| I'-ciecv; special facilities in .-cverai steles
I Goodrich on Divorce, with law* of all states, ir
pics;.. B-4 tf
| ( I'NSAKI.it Ii GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
J S rooms 103 and 104 Phillips block, corner
Spring and i'rnnkliu streets. Telephone. li2o.
7-0 tf .
!i > J. ADCOI X, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
! 1V« tention given to the settlement ol estates.
115 West First street. -l-ii ti
DX. TKASK, ~A TTO KNEY AT LAW, PII C
• ton biock, ill/. -New High street, Los lu
geles. , i-io it
\VM. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT Law,
>» room ;|, Allen block, Temple end Spring
street--. •>-'£ I tf
THE KAM MEItMEYER OBCHESTRA
-1 First-claw music furnished for balls, par
lles,concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught. Otllco at Fitzgerald's
music store, corner North Spring and Franklin
streets. 10-M ly
lOSI OS ANOELE).CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
j and Art; open all the rear. MRS. EMILY
J. valentine, president, V.M.C.A. Building,
Broadway and Second streets. S-l4 ly
ISAXJO, BY Miss if.*E. ABTBURY: 6 AND 0
1> stringed taught. Studio3l; take elevator
by People's gjore, PhtHips block. 11-12 ly
V Wji .LHARTITS!. MUSIC STUDIO, BOOM
A, Crocker building, 212 s. Broadway.
s..;>!l I i
VKTNKINAKY -llnlil (I
"->!!. 'I ill !'.n.!,ii\, FRENCH VETERIxT.RY
YJ surgeon—has the medal and Is a member
of ihe Society of Universal Science—will take
charge of all operations. Colts und other ani
mals gelded, cure guaranteed of diseases of
the most aggravated nature. Moderate charges.
Office, Sentous block, room li, Los Angeles.
MIBI S STAFFER (TIIr67'ODIST, AND
masseuse, 211 W. First St., opp. Xadcau.
LOS ANGELES HJ£KALU| WEDiNESL/AY MOKJNIN(t. SEPTEMBER 13. 11.93.
AVIGMORE ft O'BRIEN,
Union Assurance Society of London.
Fire Association of Philadelphia,
Rents colloctcd. Money to loan.
Entire charge taken of proporty.
231 \V. First street,
913 tf Telephone 1101.
. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINSI
CITY AND COUNTRY.
We have a large amount of lar.d adapted to
the various kinds of fruits, with good water
rights, in quantities to suit, at ilgures below
the real value.
We have orange, walnut and lemon groves,
ranging in value trom #3IH»0 to #7o,t»(K>, ac
cording to acreage, uge, location and income.
We have corn, alfalfa and grain land—llo ir
rigation needed—well adapted to hog raising
or dairy business.
We have a line stock ranch of 3500 seres.
BUSINESS BLOCK—We have one of the best
business blocks in tho city: pays !> per cent net
011 Investment; only capitalists of large means
HOUSES AND LOTS—We have handsome res
idences and unimproved lots in the most de
sirable part of the elty.
HOTELS—We have one one of the brst lo
cated, best paying Ural-class hotels in Southern
People at a distancecau safely invest through
"Po as we would be done by" is our motto.
Cut out this "ad" and keep it for reference.
9-10 If HILL Oi CO., 123 West Second st.
JjsOß SALE—S ROOM COTTAGE, MAPLE
1 aye., near Twenty-ninth st., #1200.
5 roem cottage, Thirtieth St., near Main,
it room dwelling, near Adams, $5000.
2 cottages, 510 and 521 Temple, lot 00x150,
I7*OR SALE—THIRTIETH ST., 5-ROOM COT
tsge, barn, carriage house, woodshed, fruit
and walnut trees, beautilul yard. Prioe #1800;
FIOR SALE—TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET,
4-rxun cottage, chicken yard, etc. Nice
properly. Priceslloo; easy terms.
.VHlil SALE—S CHOICE ACRES OX MAIN
Jl street, south of city; cheap.
I -OR SALE—CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN
r He Cells tract, between Main and Maple
anil Pico and Seventh sts, -Come and make
your selection, 0:1 premises, corner Main and
J. S. VAN DO REN,
9-8 tf 101 S. llroadway.
Ntt I I ">f\ -XEAY o-KOOM HARD-FINISHED
-!rll»H" house near San l'edro and Washing
tonstreets. ODEA .v. BARR,
!M» tl 103 S. Broadway.
<2')/|<Wk— NICE LOT 60X155, TO ALLEY,
•T-UUtf on clean side Hope street, near Pico
Ftreet. , ' ODEA A BARR.
B-0 tf 103 S. Broadway.
«2') OAfl — BEAUTIFUL LOT 50X155, TO
-T 1 —"F alley, on Flower street, near Elev
enth street. ODEA A- BARR.
'.»-!»tf 103 S. Broadw ay.
SCflfl IVIA~ BI'SIXESS LOT ON MAIN
-?UV',UV"V street, near Second street.
ODEA A BARR,
9-9 ti 103 S. Broadway.
A lieautiful new 3-room col'age. with nil
modern iraprovemynts, on First street, Boyle
House of 7 rooms, hath, t*,te , corner lot on
Boston street, near Pearl street; $1500, worth
IP2000: easy terms.
House of 7 rooms, Ijall, bath, etc., two lots
■rid fenced, on Twelfth street, west of l'enrl
street; ifejilGO, easy terms.
Business property on Main street, close in, at
a sacrlliee. Vacant lots in all parts ol the cily
at prices and terms to suit purchasers.
!!-'.: tf F. A. HUTCHINSON, »13 W. First st.
\ HAMS, ROUSE i MEBKINS, ' ~~~
207 West Second street.
FOR SALE — Improved, unimproved and in
come paying olty properties, nt bottom
prices, ornugc and deciduous fruit or
chard.-, nlfnlfa lauds,vineyards and ranches
FOR KXCHANGF. -—Desirable Income paying
eastern properties lor city property,
f orchard*- or ranchf .
lIINEH of merit handled through our eastern
CAREFULLY selected lists fir your examiua-
Hon. S,i A
KENT.- collected iind tiSaanls sei'iijs>d. 0-Otf
SC T\I i(T-FOR BALE,*IX SOUTHWEST PART
*FJfW"» ef the city, good TOoom house, on
corner lot on Bixtoenth street, TJoxtlOt all
covered with chicken corrals, chicken houses
and shade trees—the Aneti chicken ranch in
the city; price only S)TSO on cast terms; is
worths; least SJStO. NOLAN <V SMITH, 228
\\. Second st. 9-13 5t
I TOR ~*llE*A P—GOOD 1M-
proved real estate in the south and south
western part of the city; also choice lots ut
very low tisures and terms satisfactory. I want
to see-you before you purchase. CHARLES c.
LAMB," 213 W. First st. 9-3 tf
T7OR SALE—tfiflOO— PRETTY, NEW 11-KOOM
V- cottage: hall bath, mantel, etc., Iflttthwestj
near electric cars; IJ-3..0 cash, balance month
ly. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
[ 101 l SALE-PASADENA—3 (IxtitiO FEET,
X" Los Robles avenue, opposite Santa Fe de
pot— elegant; w ill cut it into 22 lots. This is a
bargain ats7ooo; turns easy. J. s. VAN DO
REN, loi s. Broadway. 8-jn tf
Istilt1 stilt SALE —1(15300 —A BEAUTIFUL 9-ROOM
modern new house; every convenience,
extra lnrge lot, southwest; a lovely home; will
take good vacant lot as tlrst payment, balance
3to 5 years. TAYLOR &. RICHAKPB, S-U tf
decorated: large lot, fenced for chickens;
I good well pump: cash :fKM>, balance $7.5;
j monthly; near Terminal depot; barguiu.
j TAYLOR A RICHARDS, IOJ Broadway. 8-1 If
: (TS'IOMERS WHO
j 1 are looking lor bargains in bouses and lots,
also lor vacant I ts. please list your property
I with us. CRAWFORD st LOCKHART, 147 ti.
1 Broadway. 9-13 tf
I /OR SALE—.¥I3OO FACiI-2 5-Rnii.M COT
taires on Forr'ster avenue, near electric
cur Hue; mouthlv payments. BARNES it
BARNES, 227 \> . Second st. 9-2 tf
ISOR "SA 1.1. - 0-lUIO.M HOUSE,
first-class condition, on Untversi'y electric
car line; for sale by owner, Inquire at rooms
4 and 5, New Wilson block. 9-3 ti
SC TfW I—tOTS ON MAPLK AKEVUE, BET.
i epIUU Pico and Sixteenth sts. cheapest in
' the city; with large walnut trees. ODEA st
barr, jO3 s. Broadway. 8-31 tf
IJKJB BALE—LIST ~YOU"R PROPERTY ~FOR
• sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN ds CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
BSE~MEAUHER & JAY FOB BARGAINS - IN
real estate. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
I"TiOR SViLE—CHOICE 2-STORY 8-RoilM
house on Flower, near Adams; install
ments If desired. R. D. LIST, owner, 127 W.
Second st. 8-25 lm
Al iAA—FOB BALE—NEW S-ROOM HOUSE
API Tlfil on Victoria street: monthly pay
incuts lr 15. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second st. 7-21 tf
i-ior SALE-4300—LOT 50x150, PBITCH-
I ardst., near cable, E. L. A.: easy payments.
TAYLOR it RICHARDS, 102 Broadway. 7-30tf
FOR SALE—S3OO"-LOT NEAR TEMPLE AND
Angeleno Heights: 40x130. ODEA st
BAKU, 103 S. Broadway. 8- jll tf
"jIU/ytT-FOR BALE, XT INVOICE 'PRICE',
IOIH/oneof the oldest, best paying und
most centruliv located grocery businesses In
the city; slock, Including horse and wagon,
will Invoice about lt>186i); this business is
clearing about .+250 per month, but owner is
compelled to sell on account of poof health.
NOLAN .t SMITH, 22.S W. Second sl. 9-13 51
rpii WTi. is an(7eles i "irkctoby ofpici:
X. 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
" tore and grounds, among tie 1 most desira
ble hi Southern i aliiornia; hotel men, call
and investigate. HILL it CO., 123 West Sec
ond st. 8-24 sun-lues it ; Inns ii
I^ORIuLE— CHEAp"FOrTcABII, ~K FlRST
class blacksmith business. For particulars
apply to W. A. MORRISON, Redondo Beach,
Cal. 8-29 lm
TJTOB SALE—CHEAP, A CHOP BODSE'j~B
V living rooms up stairs, with every conve
nience. Addre-s E. c., Boy 2(1, Herald* P-13 7t
PATKsrr-, cofvivitiohtk, kto.
HAZARD A-TOWXSEND, RoYiM 9, DOWNEY
M-M.I. '1-1 .„....!._ .11.UUII
vi'.liiAlU 1-ORANGE GROVE (IF 20 ACRES
Redlands, Cel., with nice house
good bam, windmill, tank aud tank-house and
other outbuildings, all it. good repair; a team
of good horses and all necessary agricultural
implements go with tbe place.
913,000 -Orange grove ol 20 ecrcs at South
Riverside, Cal.; a beautiful place.'
tflO.SiW-Orange grove of IS acres at Men
tone, cal.; a specula 1 ion.
#1 ,"50 -10 acres in live-vcar-old English
ERNEST G. TAYLOR.
Real Estate and Investment Broker,
9-5 lOt 214 X. Springst.
1/OK r ALE -JB250.000; ORANGE ORCIf-
J? ords. walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
orchnrds, otive orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, fine city residences, hotels, lodging
houses, groceiy stores, hardware business,
fruit stands, claar 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 si. 8-19 tf
SNAP— 80 ACRES IN AZUSA, OLD WATER
rlght jiald up: will sell in tracts to suit,
frouiflOO to *15<> per acre, partly improved;
sandr soil, suitable for oranges, lemons, prunes,
apricots, Iwrrles, etc.; will take part city prop
erty at present cash value.
Improved aud unimproved laiuls In all parts
of Southern California.
Wanted, bargains in city and country prop
erty. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH,
9-7 7t 208 W. First st.
I7>OR SALE—A VERY FEW CHOICE GOV
' eminent and school laud locations for
sale cheap; or would lake part pay iv other
A few choice lots on seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts., west of Figueroa; #1100 to #91)0.
.1. K. MULKEY,
8-22 tf 1140 W. Eighteenth or 213 W. Firsts!.
1"10 R SALE—27O ACRES 10 MILES FROM
1 city; 80 acres in bearing fruit, 80 acres iv
barley, balance in pastine; all fenced; good
water by iron pressure pipes; gooel barn, small
house?'price, $20,000; terms, $5000 cash,
$500(1 good trade, #10,000 mortgage 3 to 5
years at 8>» per cent. J. S. VAN IIOISEN,
9-12 tf 101 S. Broadway.
F'Sph SALE—I7O ACRES FINE ORANGE,
1 vineor olive luni!, adjoining theceiehrated
Vaehe winery at Brookalde, near Redlands;
this is the very choicest land In that neighbor
hood in Ihe market: all or part: price $12,500,
terms easy. For particulars yee A. C GOLSH,
147 s. Broadway. s-30 ti
TTAOR BALE—3O ACRES AT COVIXA, BE A IT
r tilul 5-room house, good barn; 11 acres in
Washington navelss years old, ti acres lemons,
balance alfalfa and lawn; will near close ins
sncction. 244 S. Broadway. DORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN ft CO. M tl
|7<7r SAIJT-SXAP—92OOO 25 ACRES NEAR
D city; 2acre*heartDaOrohard, trees around,
small house; frostlcss belt; choice land lor
whiter vegetables and early berries; easy
terms. JOHN L. PAVKOVICIf, 208 W. First.
iriOß SALE OR EXVHAXGE 92 ACRES, 1
1 mile northwest of Burhank, in 10-acrc lots
or more, in the tine de-cidin>i;s iruit belt. In-
Ojlll* of 11. NEUII ART, 151 S. Broadway. or ft
M. EAGLEBTON, adjoining lands. 7-10u'_
1-VIR SALE—2O ACBEB NEAR CAHII ENGA
Pass, with good water ripiit, #75 per acre;
bargain. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broad
7?>OR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, #2(1,(0U-
F fruit ranch, will take part trade. K. S.
FIELD, 139 South Broadway. 9-16tf
J" WK SALE—A NO. 1 ALFALFA LAND WITH
water, oniv #:tM per acre: near city. TAT-
I.OIt A- RICHARDS, lu2 llnudway. 7-30-tf
I7OR BALE—CHOICE NURSERY STOCK
Jl mining, city and country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of all
kinds. Choice property in Azusa valley. Cor
W, M. STOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange',
8-30 tf W. Firstst.
mOR SALE—OR EXCHANOBTiBO - STANDS
V oi bees, in good locution, with lonise,
tanks, etc. W. B. RUSSELL, 9.2 Kuhrts st.
FOR SALE—LADIES' NEW CONVERTIBLE
pneumatic bicycle; price, *,05. 500 SOUTH
MAIN ST. lWt7.tf _
T7OR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
r to suit at this oHioe,
MONKY l O LOAN.
P* ACTFIC ' LOAN COMPANY
Loans money in any amounts on all
kinds of collateral security, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. -.ALso.Oh pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional libra
ries, without removal: and on furni
ture in lodging, boarding houses and
hotels, without removal. Partial
payments received. Money quick.
Business conliiietitial. Private of
fices for ladies.
W. E. DEUKOOT, Manager,
8-29 ly Rooms 2, :f it 4, 114 8. Spring St.
TF YOU WANT MbNEY _ \VITHoUT DELAY*"
J. no commission, prevailing rates of interest,
see Security .-.ivings Himk. LIS : ; . Main. 4-1 ly
' MONEY TO LOAN.
Agcut for ttie
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
SOCIETY OF S. F.
Building loans a specialty.
Real estate sold.
Agent Sun Fire of Ixindon,
oldest company in the world.
R. G. LUNT,
5-25 Om 227 W. Second st.
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles ami all kinds of jiersonal
and collateral'security. LEE BROS.,
d-ls if 402 s. soring st.
I-lOR EXCHANGE*'— S?12,000 — A HOTEL
; building on one of the business streets of
the city, consisting ot 08 rooms, on lot BOxLSO:
building . ..si .«<2k,oiH> and lot cost ijHO.OBO; all
in good state of repair and can be made to rent
tor 1(1200 per month, and ought to sell in less
lhan t years for s<no,o(M). In order to close up
an estate this properly will be exchanged on a
basisof .+ 12,(10(1, one-half cash and balance any
good clear property worth the money. NOLAN
4 SMITH, 228 W. Second St. 9-13 5t
I"->(iR EXCHANGE A VERY DESIRABLE
. and highly productive fruit and nut farm
of 70 acres in'the beautiful Ojai valley, near
Nordhoff, Ventura county, for good unincum
bered residence property in this city; cash
value $20,000. Appli curly to
J. S. VAN DOREX,
9-S if 101 S. Broadway.
I7IOR EXCHAXG E—s 1500 — FOR SMALL
ranch, foothills preferred, one of the hand
somest furnished and best appointed family
hotels In this city; rent very low and long
lease; sickness compels owner lo make an im
mediate change. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 West
Second st. 9-13 fit
I'Oli EX( 1 H AXGE—SIPiOO—4O ACRES Fl RST
r class alfalfa land, fruit or vegetable land,
adjoining tlie city ot Santa Ana, renting for
8500 a year, and cheap uf$000(); it is clear of
im umlirance, snd will trade for good city
property. NOLAN st SMITH, 228 W. Second
street. 9-13 5t
I i()R EXCHAXGE —i~AXSAS CITY DWELL-
V ing for good vacant lots. E. 8. FIELD, 139
South !'.r' udwiiy. 9-10 tf
A lis llt Ml A Nil TITLE INSURANCE COM
ponv of Los Angeles; northwest corner
of Franklin and New High sts. mi, tf
Ordinance No. 1«25.
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEN
tIon of the mayor an* council of the city of
Los Angeles, io establish the grade ol
F.om Vernon street to Union avenue.
The mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section!. That it is the intention of the
council of the city ol Los Angeles to establish
the grade of
From Vernon street to Union avenue, as
At the intersect ion of Vernon street tbegrade
soul! be 35.50 on tbe northwest corner and
35.n0 on the southwest comer; at the Inter
section of Union avenue 23.00 on the north
east and southeast comers.
And at all points between said designated
points the grades shell pc established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn between said
Elevations are In test and above city datum
Bsc 2. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten days In the Lus
AngelesllKitAi.o, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
1 hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
wosadopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles at its'meetlng of August 28, 1803.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
Approved this Ist day of September, 1803.
T. E. ROWAN,
o-a tat Mayor.
Ordinance No. IW?.
A N ORDINANCE DECLARING THE fNTBN-
tion of the mayor and council of the city
of Los Angeles 10 cHtahlish the grade of
from Main street to San Pedro street.
The mayor and council of tho city of Los An
geles do ordain aw follows:
Section 1. That it la the Intention of the
council of Hie city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of
from Main street to San Pedro street, as fob
At the intersection of Main street the grade
shall be 35.00 ou the northeast and southeast
corner: at the intersection e>f Ixis Angeles
street 3-1.00 on the northwest and northeast
corner, tU.SOiinlhc southwest anil smitheast
corner; ot the Intersection ol Santee street
32.85 on the northwest and northeast corner,
33.00 on the southwest and southeast corner;
at the intersection of Maple avenue 33.70 on
the northwest and northeast cornci, 34.00 011
the southwest and southeast corner; at the
intersection of 81111 Pedro street B2.7ooath*
northwest and 3J.00 on the southwest corner.
And at all points between salel designated
points the grade shall bo established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn between said
Elevations arc in iect and below city datum
Sec. 2. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and cause the same to
be published for ten days in the Los Angeles
Herald, and thereupon and thereafter it shall
take effect ami l»e lit force.
1 hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the eityof lx>s
Angeles, at its meeting oi Sent. sth, 1898.
C. A. LUCKENBACH.
Appprovcd this 7th day of September. 1893.
9-9 lot Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1837.
\N ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN
tension of the mayor and council of the
city of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
From Moore street to the wcit lino of the
1 lie mayor and council of the city ot Los An
geles doordaltl as follows:
Section 1. That it is tne intention of the
council ol the city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of
From Moore atreet 10 the west line of the
Florida tract as follows:
At the Intersection of Moore street tbe
grade shali lie 11.25 011 the southwest corner
and lO.tiO 011 the northwest corner; at tho
wi st line of the Florida tract 10.00 on the
south side mid 9.40 on the north side of Liu
And at nil points between said designated
points the grade shall be established BO M In
conform to a straight line drawn between said
Elevations are in feet and below city datum
SF.e. 2. Tho city clerk shall certify to the pas
sage of this ordinance and shall cause tbe same,
to be published for tell days ill the Los Ange
les Herald, and thereupon, and there
after the same shall take effect and be In force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance
was adopted by tbe council of the city of l.os
Angeles ut its meeting of September 5, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
Approved this 7th day of September, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
9-9 lot Mayor.
Ordinance No. lt)2ti.
* N ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEN-
A. tion ol tie mayor and council of tho city
ot Los Angeles to establish the grade of
from Moore street to the west line of the Flor
ida t reel.
The mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles dO ordain as follows:
BBCTIOM 1. That it is the intention of the
council ot the city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of
from Moore street to the west line of the Flor
ida tract, as follows:
At the intersection of Moore slrcct the grade
shall be T.liO on the sou'hwest corner aud (1.00
on the northwest comer; at the west line of
the Florida tract O.SO on the north side and
I.OD on the south side of Florida street.
And al nl! points between said designated
points the grade shall be established so as to
eontorm to a straight line drawn between said
Elevations are in feet and below city
Sue. 2. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage oi Ibis ordinance und shall cnuae the
same to be published for ten days TO the Lm
Angeles Herald, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and lie in force
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city ol Los
Angeles, at its meetinvof Sept. sth. 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
Approved this 7tb dnv of September, 1893.
9-9 lot T. E. ROWAN, Mayor.
Ordinance No. lMb.
( NEW SEE lE-*.)
VN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN'
tcnlinii of the mayor ami council of the
city ol Los Angeles to establish the grade of
From Lincoln place to Eighth street.
The mayor and council of tbe city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
SKCTION 1. That it is the intention of the
council of the city of Los Angelea to establish
the grade oi
From Lincoln place to Eighth street as follows:
At the intersection of Lincoln place the
grade shall be as.oo on the southeast corner
and at a point in the west line oi Vernonstreet
opposite to said corner: 20.00 on the north
east corner and at point in -the west line of
Vernon street opposite to said corner. At the
intersection ot Eighth street 35.00 on the
southwest corner and at a point lv the cast
line of Vernon street opposite, to said corner;
35.50 on the northwest corner and at a point
opposite to said corner in the east line oi Ver
non street, and at all points between said
designated points tiie grade shall be estab
lished so as to conform to a straight line drawn
between '-aid designated points.
Elevations are in feet and above city datum
skc 2. The city clerk shall certliy to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten days in the Los
Angeles Hekai.o, end thereupon and there
after It shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that tbe foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of tho city of Los
Angeles at its meeting of Aug. 28, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH.
City C lerk.
Approved this Ist day of September, 18)18.
T. E. ROWAN,
9-4 lot Mayor.
Notice Inviting Proposals to Lease
Reservoir Site No. 6.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. of
Monday, September 18, 1893, from persons de
sirous Of leasing Reservoir Site No. 0 for one
year from and after October 1, 1893, the city
reserving the right to terminate said lease at
any time during suid period by giving 90 days'
notice thereof, und refunding to tbe lessee a
pro rata amount of rent therefor.
A certified check to the order of the under
signed for $50 must accompany each proposal,
a.s c. guarantee that the bidder will enter into
a contract if awarded to him in conformity
with his proposal.
council reserves the right to reject any aud
By order of the Council of the city of Los An
geles at Its meeting of Sept. 5, 1893.
9-8 lit C. A. LUCKENBACH, City Clerk,
A SAND TRACK.
Bicycle* To Try the One Made by
Nature nt I,ong Beach*
A novel attempt at breaking coast bi
cycle records will be made next Satur
day at Long Beach.
An excursion of tbe wheelmen will go
to tbat resort npon tbat day, leaving
tbe city at 12:40 p. in. At 5 o'clock tbe
fast wheelmen will try tbeir speed upon
the hardened beach at low tide.
A mile course will be measured, and
when the waters have receded and tbe
beach is high and dry, some attempts at
lowering several coast reoords will be
The plan is certainly interesting on
account oi its originality alone. A big
day ie expected for the bicyclists.
September ia conceded to be tbe best
month in tbe year to visit Cataiina.
Regular steamer service from San Pedro.
Fine orchestra, good hotels and board
ng bouses. Information at 130 West
Londonderry Water, Woollacott, ag't.
THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
Proceedings Yesterday of the
A Variety of Subjects Treated on iv
Mr. Abbot Kenney on the School and
the Cltlnen—Mr. Monro on Kdu
eatlon In Jspu—Other
Tbe teachers' institute of the city
schools opened in the Spring-street
school building yesterday morning at 0
o'clock. After roil call tbe five sections
of tbe institute adjourneu to tbe respec
tive rooms and took up the work already
Tbe officers ol the various sections
are as follows:
Section I—Miss Esther L. Strauss,
president; Miss Olgu ii. Data, secre
tary; Miss Fannie M. Lawtou, vice
Section 2—President, Jas. W. Henry;
vice-president, Sire. Ot Q. Dußois ; sec
retary, Rosalie Lazard.
Section .'i-President. Mrs. M. A.
White; vice-president. Miss Rose Hard
enberg; secretary, Miss Helen Fleish
Section 4—President, Miss Kdlth
M. Joy; vice-president, Miss Blanche
K. Laviele; secretaey, Miss Belle
Section s—President,5 —President, J. B. Millard ;
vice-president, I Mia M. Dixon; secre
tary, Mies Franc Hawks.
In the first section the first hour was
devoted to a review hy Mrs. Nora D.
Maybew of the works of the kinder
garten at tbe world's congress of educa
tion held in Chicago recently. A num
ber of interesting points were brought
Following was a writing lesson con
ducted by Prof. huntsman. Prof.
Khode concluded the morning erosion of
the section by an exercise in physical
The first hour of the afternoon session
was devoted to music lessons by Mrs.
Juliet P. Rice. Mrs. C. P. Bradfield oc
cupied the next period with drawing
lessons while Prof. Brown, during the
first part of the hour, offered a number
of excellent suggestions.
Tbe first hour of tne work in the sec
ond section was devoted to the subject
of drawing, condvcted by Mrs. 0. P.
Miss Dora S. Slack held forth in the
next hour, discussing Conchology. She
uaed maps and specimens to illustrate
Mr. htuteman occupied the third hour
on the subject of Penmanship.
In the afternoon session Mr. Rohder
treated of Calisthenics, and Mrs. Rice
the subject of Music.
In the third section the first honr was
devoted to music by the specinl teacher;
tbe second, to drawing, by Miss Hutch
inson, and the third to an address by
Hon. Abbot Kinney, on the School and
He said :As onr population grows tbe
industrial condition of the country
changes, people are working more and
more toward specialism, our schools
have tile advautago over the schools of
50 years ago, in that the care of the body
is considered. He suggested tbe ap
pointment of a medical inspector in the
schools, to whom all contagious diseases
and ailing pupils should bo referred.
The great forces of the word
are tradition, npHwP and instinct.
The chasm into which: -all civilization
before us has has fallen'ceii be bridged
only by the intellect. A much greater
problem confronts our couutry today, in
the coming of ignorant'masses from
abroad. The manners of the man and
woman tbat are to influence this coun
try are to be formed in tbe echool room.
As our intelligence increases our stand
ard becomes higher, therefore there is
more general discontent.
At the conclusion of Mr. Kinney's re
marks, Superintendent Brown gave tbe
teachers a few business hints. The first
hour in the afternoon was taken by the
writing teacher, and tbe second by the
teachers in physical culture.
The work in the morning by tbe fourth
section consisted mainly of routine
work, but in tbe afternoon an excellent
paper npon Education in Japan was read
C. I. D. Moore of Santa Monica.
He said that tbe system inclnded all
grades of instruction from tbe primary
grade to the university ; and that their
school resembled in methods those of
America end Germany, the elementary
schools « hich both boys and girls at
tended are really in session all the year;
they have, however, short frequent va
cations ; at tbe age of 20 tbe boys pass
iato the university, which is modeled
after the German school. Besides these
there are many special schools.
Japan has expended $8,000,000 for
education, and yet 60 per cent of the
children do not attend school. Dr.
Dochrnu followed with a very pleasant
talk with what he had observed in
Mrs. Regina M. Dixon of the High
school read a paper on the subject of
Arithmetic. She would have the first
model to be thorough, thorough,
thorough; rapidity and accuracy are to
be emphasized; avoid problems beyond
the grasp of tbe pupils; analyze so that
all may know bow and why.
Mr. J. M. Pemberton of the High
school followed. He insisted that arith
metic is the most important branch, and
that addition is not tanght thoroughly
The first hour of the morning work of
tbe fifth section was occupied by a les
son in writing by tbe special teacher.
The second in physical culture and
the third to music.
In the afternoon session, first hour,
was given to drawing by Mrs. Bradfield.
During the second honr, Supt. F. A.
Molyneaux, of Pomona, delivered a very
able address on the subject of English
in the primary and grammar grades.
He said there are three motives which
for the most part induced people to
seek higher education, first to obtain a
greater knowledge for bread winning
purposes, next the improvement of ones
knowledge of political economy and
history, and facts bearing upon the po
litical works of the day, and last, the
desire of knowledge as a luxury to
brighten life and kindle thought. These
points were dwelt upon at some length.
He thought that the primary .and
grammar grade schools ending at tbe
close oi the eighth year should, besides
preparing the pupil in the mechanics Of
language, also teach him to have ac
quired an appreciation and love for tbe
good, tbe true and the beautiful in hu
man life and classic thought. Such is
the work that the public schools may
do, and in so doing train np a genera
tion, pure in thought and language,
which ahall purge our daily and weekly
papers of their senseless slant;, debasing
accounts of criminals, prite fights and
personal and party biokerlngs, and who
shall bring honor and Integrity and
honesty into our halls of legislation and
into private positions of trust.
The section then took up the discus
sion of the day.
I The following is the programme for
Station I—o a. m., An Experiment
in the Kintergarten—Nellie Gulliver;
10 a. in., writing; 11 a. vi., physical vul
ture; I p. m , music; 3 p. m., drawing.
Beoton2—9 a. m., drawing; 10 a. m.,
spelling; 11 a. m., writing; 2 p. in.,
physical culture; 3 p. to., music
Section B—o a. m,, music; 10 a. m,
drawing, Uu. m., The Distinction Be«
tweeft Method aud Mannerin Teaching,
Some Principals that Govern tn»
l onuer—E. T. Pierce: 2p. m., wrltlngi
3 p. in., physical culture.
Section 4—ii a. m., physical culture;
10 a m., music; 11 a. m., drawing; 2 p.
in., The Chemistry of Alcabolio Drinks
and Narcotics—Geo. W. Goocb ; 3 p. m.,
Section 4—9 a. in., writing; 10 a.m.,
physical culture ;11 a. in., music ; 2 p.
in., drawing; ;i p. m., no exercise se
THE RIVERSIDE RACES. .'
A Kick About the Way They
Mr. A. D. Wiliiams of Santa Paula,
the father of the crack young rides.who
took second time prize in the late River
side road race, writes to the Herald to
reply to certain criticisms of the meth
od a of the riders in the track events,
which have appeared since the race.
He throws some light upon the treat
ment accorded the visiting riders in tbe
late meet at Riverside last week. He
"If those who do this criticism will
investigate the cause of the slow race,
or the men who entered and did not
start, they will find tbe cause lies with
the management at their own town, and
nut with those whom they are censur
ing. In the first place, last year those
who attended the races at Riverside
were dissatisfied the way they were
treated by the wheelmen and
citizens. The general explanation
then was, we will not go there
again. Of course the Riverside club
must have known it. Therefore this
year they must make a grand showing,
which would be liberal, or visitors would
not come. So they get out large colored
show bills advertising to give $1500 in
prizeß, which had tho desired effect, for
' I was among those who were roped in,
as the hoys culled it.
"Now the total amount expended in
prizes, I am credibly informed, was
$227, which was $43 less than I had fig
ured them at.
"When the visiting wheelmen arrived
and found out how tbey had been
fooled, tbey decided in a body not to
take part in any oi the track events on
the following day ; but, through tbe in
fluence of two or three gentlemen of the
club, some of tbe visiting wheelmen
agreed to help thorn out. This is why
so many of those who entered did not
tide—there was nothing in it.
"Now, Mr. Editor, bicycle racing costs
lots of money ; it costs a great deal to
train, then rail mud fares are high, be
sides one takes great chances in having
a wheel broken. For instance, the ex
penses cf my son and his trainer and
myself, which only includes railroad
fare, hotel bill and four tickets, amounted
to $50, which was $20 less than last
year. I do not begrudge the expense,
tor I am a great admirer of the sport,
and I think those who criticised *va
justified in so doing, bat they should
lqpk into the facts of the case. Then I
don't think tbey will find fault with the
riders for .tiring themselves all out for
tha amustuaent of those who paid their
50 and 75 cents and get nothing for it.
Place yourself in the same position and
you will be more reasonable.
"The managers are the ones to be
censured, tbey are tbe ones wbo put tbe
money in their pockets, and wero tbe
means of giving the audience the poor
show tbey had, instead of putting it
in prizes as an inducement for those
wbo entered to race for it. If they had
put a time limit on each race,
with a prize worth racing for,
then it would have been interest
ing. The Riverside club tried the time
limit but it did not work, for the men
would not ride in that manner for the
prize package worth 50 cents or to, and
the management had to tell them if
they did not ride within the limit they
would get the prize anyway. They had
to do that in order to satisfy the crowd,
or they would have demanded their
money back at tbe gate.
"Bicycling is a sport that is interest
ing and should be encouraged by giving
good substantial prizes. With a time
limit and the men wbo cannot race
within the required time, will stay out
of tbat race and go in one they can.
Then there will be no tronble in getting
j gate receipts to pay for all prizes and
have a margin to spare."
Bnslness Outlook improving;.
Editors Herald : The following ex
tract from a letter received by us from
the St. Paul and Tacoma Lumber com*
pany of Tacoma, Wash., is of interest as
touching tbe condition of financial mat
ters in the east. This company being
large shippers of lumber east and hay
ing connections in moit of the eastern
cities, are in position to know the con*
dition of money matters there. We
therefore submit the item thinking it
will be of interest to your readers, It is
"Your remarks in regard to collec
tions apply everywhere, although wa
must say our collections east of tha
Misaisaipi are commencing to come in,
in very nice shape. From onr last few
days' mail, there Beems to be considera
ble improvement in the situation east.
Evidently the bottom has been reached,
and while the recovery will be long and 1
slow, still we trust the worst is over."
Taking this fact in comparison with
letters received some 30 days ago that ,
collections were nothing, and no imme
diate prospect of their improvement, we
think this information coming from
such authority may be accepted as fact
tbat "tbe bottom has been reached."
We are, yours truly,
W. H. Perry Lumber & Mill 00,
The Ualeii Institute,
Office, 305',! Sonth Spring street, Loa
Angeles. From their experience in the
hospitals of Europe and America, their
knowledge of the rapid advancements
that have been made in diagnosing and
treating diseases in the last few years. '
can tell the probability of a cure in all
cases of chronic diseases. They make
every case a special studp, and will not
take any case unless there is a moral
certaintity of making a complete care.
They will guarantee a complete cure io
every case they take for treatment, Ser- I
vicas free oi charge.
The funeral parlors of Howry & Bre
see, on South Broadway, are the finest
on the coast.