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SFBCIAI
a TJCTION SALE OF I!DE E?I ED
A pledges at the stsr Loan office, 800 N.
, Sain St., city --S.W. gold watches, 11. C. Tif
fauv 10,069. 11. c. Wnlihom 320,701-67,4b3,
H. c. AValtham 4,440,-"OH- -I'rO.TOB. 11. «'- Elgin
8,986,301-10.203; S. *. filled eases, H. C. El
fin 2,21 1,7.12-110,082, 11. C. Columbus 241,
-80H-2,155,4!15, H. C. Trenton 153,437-027,522,
H. C.Wallham 4,758,574-552,370, 11. C. XVal
tham 3,250,520 82.7 ..'..in I. > st.ii
490,105: S. W. silver watches, o. F. Waltbain,
2,851,002, O. F. Waltbain 2,757,045-3 >, 135,
I O. F. niokie Trenton 94,977, O. V. Ws.llmro
' 4,04M,0t1.'-, 5 gold rings, 5 pr. opera glasses, 1
compsss. IS violins. Sale, Monday, Nov, 0, Sn.
m. THO- cI.ARK, auctioneer. MRS. li.
i FERNEIi, prop. 10-B1 5t
I' ~v"YOV HAVE ANY PROPERTY FOR SALE,
to lease or exchange, I will guarantee to gel
you customers quicker than any real estate
dealer In Los Angelea. Tina hustler and not
here for ray health. Send me your list. It
won't cost yon anything to do so. iv si of ref
erences. W. L. S., Box 565, Los Angeles po-l
ofllce. 10-20 tf
N'~~ OTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
company will strictly enforce Hie follow
ing rules; Tlie hours for sprinkling are between
6 and 8 o'clock a.m. and (I and 8 o'clock p.m.
, For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a fine ol ir"J will l.c
charged before the water will be turned mi
•gain. s-i. it
THE~BATE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
I,on:i and Trust company are inclosed in a
fire-proof and Lurub.r-proof vault, with time
locks, und brllUaittly lighted by electricity;
' alcoves attached for the private examination
of valuables, with writlug materials; a young
lady in attendance. 8-1 v
A NY ONE W It'll A DISA-]
J\ greeable odor of the feet can positively he
-permanently cured al a nominal expense.
Address MME. LORRAINE, P. O. box 505,
city. Satisfaction guaranteed; simple retne ;
dy; not injurious. 10 20 tf
ESMIN'S FEMALE I'II.IJS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for Immediate reliel for
painful and irregular mens.. ;—from whatever
cause. For sale by FREEMAN & CARPER, 102 .
North Spring st. Price, ir'2 per box 51) ly
1G TREK CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of painting end repair- ,
ing 128 Sun i'edro st.. between First and
Second sts., Lot Angeles. 7-0 ti
Tj-lOR HOUSES TO CENT CALL ON
JT BARNES 4 BARNES,
10-1 tf 827 W, Second sl.__
F. SLOl'Kli, HOUSE MOVEK. OFFICE,
. 112Cenierph'cc 1-5 11 ;
rKhSUNAI, ■
•pERSOXAL-t 01-TEK. H;!..-H ROASTED ON
1 our giant coffee roaster. Java and Mocha, J
Bsc lb; mountain coffee, 26c; germea, 20c:
rolled rye, IOC; 0 lbs rolled wheat, -".0: ill
lba corn meal, 15c: 10 lbs gran ulated sugar, |
If I; 10 lbs beans, 25c; :i cans apricots, -."..;
:1 cans tomatoes, -sc; 3 cans roust beef,_ 2 c:
B pkts mineoiiieHt, 2ob: extrac beef, 25c; 4 ;
bars Dinmore's soap, 26c; coal oil, 80e; :i ll.s ,
lard, BOc: l.erk, 14'..,e; picnic hams, 12L.C. •
ECONOMJ&TSTORES, flos S. Spring si. ; if
A "yoi NG MAN RF.CENTL\ FROM THE
J\ cast, wfto is ori the coast for a pleasure j
trip, deslfte the acquaintance of somi intelli- I
gent, refined and respectable young lady be- I
tureen 2CL;and 20 years of nge; intentional
strictly hTwtbrable; nest oi references furnished :
and desired; will remain lis'Boulherii Califor
nia for at least siv months; photographs ex
changed jactters returned if so wished. Ad
dress E. If. P., Box SO, Heruld office. 10-23-lf
PERSONAL — RALPH BROS. -GOLD BAR
Hour, ijti.oo: city flour, 80c; granulated
sugar, lb* lbs fI; brown sugar. 20 lba«>1; 8 lbs
Hweo.oa.te, Hoc, sardines, S boxes 2oc; table
fruit, 8 cane 60c; Midland coffee, liftc lb; east
ern oil, HOe; gasoline, SOe; 2-10 can corned
beef. 15c; lard, 10 lbs, 95c; 5 lbs, 500. 001
South Spring street, corner Sixth.
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL — MRS. PARKE U, (LA IRVOY
auI; consultations on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading,
etc. Take University electric cars to Forrester
aye. and Hoover st., go west on Forrester aye.
3 blocks to Vine st.; second house on Vine
west of Vermont aviv. 8-30 tf
I>BHBONAL~A V(>j'NO MAN, A STRANti E1
in the city, would like to correspond with
a young lady 19 years of age: ant of English
parentage, aiid have no bad habits; intentions
strictly honorable. Address ii, N., Box 20, ibis
office. * 10-29-Tt
1) BRSON A L —EMMA—I SAW YOU IN A
drygoods store Friday afternoon on Spring
street, why did you not notice mc? Address
me at tho Hollenbeck hotel until Wednesday
if you want to see me. 10 3i 3t C. M.
"IJERSONAL— MAMIE—YOI' ARE A DAISY!
A Why did you not appear according to ap
pointment on Wednesday lust. Was promptly
on time at 2 o'clock and waited half an hour.
Drop me a note. 10 31 3t li.
"pERSON AL — MATRIMONIA L BU RE A 0 ;
J. strictly private. Persons wishing to marry
call or address, enclosing stamp, .1. .1 X• 1 Ksu N,
suite 0, 23r>}jj S. Spring >t., Loa Angeles, Cal.
10-29-Tt
M~~ARRIED LADIES' SAFEGUARD; PAT
ented; no medicine; no equal; money re
funded if got satisfactory. Rend f<* cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas t ity, Mo.
8-20 Hm
1 )ERsonax PREVENTATJVES FOR MAR
-1 ried igTes of a financial standing. No
fake, but aWVttly. For curiosity's sake address
BPEBOj Hofciiu, this office. i f-l It
yt)H KXCHAjgGK.
IJIOK EXVHANOK-2 1 , ACKES Ol' LAND
. unimproved, for city residence, o acres
improved within 2 miles of $ty, half cash, bal
ance in trade; 40 acres 12 miles from city,
mostly in altali for city property, Improved
half Improved! good flowing well, would eg"
change for drug store. CHARLES C. LAMB,
Hie most rapid and substantial growth i [ the
city; price, $18,000; Incumbrance, $8400,
Mill trade euuity fur any good property.
NOLAN St SMI ni, 22a West Beuond. iO-20-it
TJ'OIt EXCH.\.MiE~ FOR~EAStER^OR
X Northern California income property, 20
acres iv tliis city, covered with lull bearing
trees; desirable for subdivision; make. 1(«>
lots; has street car and electric light. HEIIIIy.
CO., 120 W. First st. 10-20 tt'
Cj luntFfou'exchaxoe-a very vLsk
?>'fOuO 10-acre orange orchard al Pomona.
Price, $40u0. Clear ol incumbrance, w ill
exchange lor good uouse and lot in the city'
ami assume some it necessary. NOLAN
SMITH, 2*B West Second street, 10-is t£
S{ IftfU it i- F< *? l: x !'" * SbE-A. BRICK
3PlCs,\lvro business block, centrally loon, i
in tins cily uml vulued at 4118,000; will take
in exchange any good acreage worth the
money. NOLAN <v. SMITH, 228 West second
street. 10 Ist f
]-<OR EXCHANGE — HANDSOME Yol'Xi;
lemon and orange orcnard of 20 acres,
91 th good buil.ings, near Redlands, forcity
property or business equii,-; $4000.
J.s, VAN DOREN,
Xi- i n :n>i w. i i 2_ st.
Aio.MCV ill LOAN.
I>ACIi'lC LOAN COM;W.
Loans money in any amounts nn '.ii
kinds of collateral aecurity, dia
niouds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise j etc. Alston piano , iron
nitnre in lodging, '.un i -
' and hote'r, without removal,
tial payments received. Money
ouick. 'business confidential, pri
vate oi!h i ior ladies.
J-29 ly Rooms 3, :! A 4, 114*8." Bprlng'st.
carriages,' bicycles aud all kinds of personal
And collateral security. LEE BROS.,
9-18 ly 402 S. Spring st,
I" F~ V 0U _ WISH TO LOAN OR BOR R(Tw
money, cnll on J. Si J. C. FLOI'RNoY, Ileal
Estate and Financial Agents, 180 Broadway.
All business slric'.ly confidential. 1(1-1 Ii
' PHYSICIANS.
TVR HEmSSXnD
U Medical Electrician, for tlie cure oi i
diseases. Oilice hours ii till 5: correspondence
by mail. 2803£ S. Spring street, Los .Vugeles,
Cal. 10-8 Imo
88. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
ment at 7J7 BellevUe avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1110, tl-M if
|-( BITkESLEE' i~l>., EYE ANU KAIL
W. bate of Illinois Eye und Ear Infirmary
and Chicago Oplhaliiilc'c'ollege. Office, 24,2%
a. Broadway. l)-2 tl "
■Vftta. Hit. WELI.S- OFFICE IN HEB BRICK
ill block, 127 E. Third st. specialty, discuses
of won.en.
DENTIHTH,
DU. L. W. WELLS,' CORNER SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson Mock; lake elevator.
Hold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. EoonTl. m-4 tf
extraction. li-30 ti
"IY 1 - PARKER, DENTIKT. REMOVED TO N
At E. cor. spring ii.i.' First stb. 10-10 tf
pRANK STEVENS, MV . Til SPIMNGST.'
X I Open Sunday and evening by electric light
mivr w»ntio-imli.
Vl T ANTED—SALESMEN FOR Ol'R iHVIK
M . name) plates, house numbers and signs;
readable in the darkest night: 85 to #10 pei
day easily in - de in any territory; sample easei
free; write at once. Electric Name Plate com
pany, 00 Case st., Chicago. tf
tITA NTFD GOOD SALESMAN WHO CAN
11 furnish references from wholesale grocen
aud others, to represent San Francisco broken
selling caste n Roods. ■ Small amount ea«li
necessary. Address, stating age and cxporl
ence, BROKER, this offlee. M)-24-12t
\VAM'i:ii- 4 gooi}~ RELIABLE, At'TIVK
M man with *5000 cash to take coast gen
eral agency and exhibit goods at ban Fran
cisco fair for a large manufacturing company
of Chicago. Address Oticll Tppewrlter Co.,
Chicago, ill. i6-22eod Kit
I irAM t:ii-AU, NEEDiNfT h el7p,~~f~r v. k
t I employment or any Information, add rcss
E. KIITINGEK'B BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, 319') S. Spring st; residence. 451 S.
Hopast., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. T.-le
phoiiellß. 8-lit tf
|) ETT Y. HUM MEL <fc CO., EMPI.OY~M"KXT
I cgonis, 1.11-133 W. Firs: st Telephone 5119,
! nndcrthe I.os Angeles National bunk. Help
J of all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds tarnished. 7-0 tf
I 'ITY AN!' i 'Oi r Nr\~ OFFICIAL FREE LA-
I V bor bureau, 240 Now High si. Teh-phone
1159; for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers, w. a. WHITE, Manager.
HKLI" WA N tmfi PKHALI.
lITANTED A GIRT. WHO Tnl>EßBtXslw
It pressing ladles' garments. Apply
AMERICAN I'VE WORKS, 2101$ ti. Spring si.',
opposite llolleuheck. il l 11
WSHTKP -AItICNTS,
V CENTS SALARY Ol: COMMISSION.
greatest Invention of the age. The New
Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Sells ou
sight. Works like magic. Agents are making
from #25 to 8120 per week. For further partic
ulars write the Monroe Eraser Mfg. Co. X 315
l.n Crowe, w-~. 10-31 lm
V» A >Tltn_s| i |I ■ TltSSt*.
ItTANTED—BY A YOUNU LADY, T-YPE
»I writing, either to he done nl office or her
home; lias her own insifsine; workmanship
warranted. Address LoLITA, box 40, this
office. _ _ 10 2(i If
\\* A NTEiT-BY A POOR WIDOW'tVOM AN.
TT seu-ing l.y the day ; will goout; a good
seamstress; will work reasonable. Address
SEAMSTRESS, box 40, I his office. 1020 If
\*T ANTED A~YOUNU AMERICAN MAN
II wuuls place on ranel:: not had experi
eueebul would work for board until IcarnciD
Address 1. M., box Ull, ll.■raid. 11-1 21
W a .TH II Vi I sjcl,l,l. tNKOtls
IVJtNT ED -BY A YOUNG MARRIED
>t couple, two or three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; will be permanent If
satlsfsctory nrrnngemcnis can be made; some
private family having more rooms than neons*
sarv ior themselves will tind congenial com
pany with the advertisers; references ex
changed; central location preferred: state
location, price, etc. Address PERMANENT,
Box 505, Ixis Angeles. 10-23-tf
WANTED ••'••"• FIND Till: MAN AND HE
II will Uml lie- money to huyi. cottage west
or south, not to oxeeed 81600, spot cash.
Don't bring it unless il is a bargain.
JOHN S. SAMPSON, Jr.,
ll l 2t wed sjit 103 s. Broadway.
! | 1\ T »NTED-I HAVE A CLJENT WHO
1 TT wants to invest jflooo . • rl "0 cash,
1 ' with services, in a good paying grocery or
i hardware concern In this city.
; JOHN S. BAMPSO> , Jr.,
1 j 11 1 21 wed sat 105 s. Broadway.
; "tfJtT ANTED—TO PURCHASE A LOT WEST
Hoi I'igueroa, north of Washington and
east of Alvarado; also one west of Pearl, north
of Pico and east ol Alvarado; musi be bar
gains; no agents. Address W. L, I., I. O. Box
505, city. 10-25 tf
i IVAN'TEI'-A PARTNER WITH 86000 TO
I tt Invest in a paying project, in whioh there
j are no ehane.-ss of loss and profits large. Piutv
t desiring !o deal musl furnish evidence of good
< character. Address 1), Herald office. 9-23 tf
I WANTED - TO BUY - A~BMALL~HORBKi
ll harness and wagon; or would buy ci her
separately; must he cheap. Address FRANK
j IL, box 30, this oflice. 10-31 2t
j XTfrANTED—MSB., SERMONS OR
v other documents to copy by hand or by
j typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD, room 8,
242H S. Broadway. . l!,'-3 tf
! T WANT TO PURCHASE IN ~ALL
' X purls of the city: prices from 8200 to #2-.,
-oiio. HENRY J. STANLEY, 242 s. Broadway,
I next city hall. 10-22 tf"
| \VT ANTED—TO PURCHASE A LOT SOCTif-
Vt west; will pay from 8400 to 8600; must
ibe a bargain. Address W. L, P., P.O. box 505,
I city. 10-22 tf
»jA NT ED-MAN \V iFH'^rjOOTO~PUR-
j TT chase hall interest iv a desirable inven
j tion; fortune in it. Address E., Herald office
9-23 tf
j JJOYS—WOLLACOTT WANTS - 500 DOZEN
I) elarii bottles, quarts; pay 40c dozen. 134
and 120 North spring sireei. 10*29 tf
j LllsT AMI
j T OST —A WHITE MARE. FROM 700 BER
|Ji uu'.l at., about 12 o'clock last Saturday
I night; blind in left eve; sore on shoulder end
on hack. Return to".Hp Bernard si. and re-
I ceive reward. SAM PI RR E. 10-31 5t
| T OST—PURSE CONTAINING MONEY AND
X j ticket to Denver on Soring street, Monday,
evening. Finder please return same lo room
1 I!', _;: : ~ s. soring street and receive reward.
I C. G. McINDER. 11-1 3t
i {-MUNIi AG AI N-S.VM, THE CHAMPION
'I 1 horse-Clipper, at the old stand, North
| brondwry. 10 Ul I lit

I'iik ii>:.'t— house*-.
: illilt RENT-WHY PAYMtENT! "WIUrSS- ;
[ J tore lumber goes up. You can get a 6-room
cottage, nicely papered and finished, for #000.
! See plans ut HENRY J. STANLEY'S,
242 S. Broadway.
| Next City hall. 10-17 lmo
|KB RENT—9-ROOM HOUSE, 320 S. OLIVE
, V st.; just been put iv ft rat-class condition;
newly papered, painted etc. BARNES ii
LAR.NI->, a 27 W. Second si. 10-l tf
I |?0R R ENT- > iOHPLETELY FURNISHED B
i 1 room cottage on electric ear line. Inquire
J. B. ASHBY, 14 Downev block, cor. Temple
I and Main sis. 10-31 2t
i rpo LET—PARTLY FURNISHEDr-MY COtf-
J. plete 8-room residence, corner Freemah
[ and Logan streets. J. A. GRIPPES, 10-sl2t
rpo LET — UNFURNISHED i-'oFR-ROOM
j 1 obttage on Hill st., close in. Inquire 216
8. Broadway. 11-1 if
Hilt KKN 1 —KOOMg.
j -unnShed "ro!ims-n7ce fuinisTied
jJ. loom- p. iet from #1.50 per month up at
Calumet Hotel, East Third street, opposite
Omai ay., and also rooms for housekeeping.
10-10 1 in
REN ■'-EXCELLENT SUNNY ROOMS,
'i" with bay windows, single or en suite, three
blocks from court house; rent low; cheap uu
i furnished roi ins. 525 sand st. 10-4 lm
•;•■•. !..•:• I -13 SN V FRONT ROOM IN NEW
;X. house, close in; private family. Suitable
for one or two business women; references.
Address A. D., Herald office. 11-1 it
.Ut KIiNT-1 ROOMS FURNISHED FOB
1 housekeeping; very close in; ground floor;
no children. Inquire at 811 W. Fifth st.
ITIOB KENT- SUNNY~ FRONT ROOM,
with gas, private family* 843 S Broadway.
10-22-tf
I VrICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AT THE
IxS Parker,434 West Fourth et, 10-24 lm
npO LET PLEASANT, FURNISHED ROO.MS
1016 R Hope st Hi-:'. < :.i
FOil KKN . —AII-Clil.i.ANfcOrJS.
j I/OR RENT- ALFALFA RANCHES, STOCK
X ranches, orange ranches, ranches of ull
descriptions a specialty. List your ranches for
] Bale or rent with k. I', t i'llen ,v. CO., Minne*
.-..-,„ beudoinirlers, W. l irst si. 10-2i'-lf
A'sTOktN|..YB.
fAY E. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I Practices in oil the courts, state and federal.
4 GOODRICH, LAWYER, 121 DEARBORN
I\' Btreet, Chicago, Ul.;2oyears' experience;
secrecy; special facilities in several states.
J Goodrich on Divorce, with laws ol ail states, In
press. 0-1 tf
I rTUNSACKEB A GOODRICH, LAXVYEItsi
il rootui lt'.i ami 104, PlilliiMi block, corner
spring aud Franklin streets. Telephone 1120.
7-0 If
j5~ 1. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT*
I 115 xx est First si. 4-o tl
TT"| X TI!ASK, ATTORNEY AT LAXV, FUI>
if, tun block, '-'07 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-10 tf
WM. POLLA RV, ATTORNEY AT LAW - "
ti room 3, Allen block, Temple and Spring
■tn : -. '---Ji ti i
OHIKOPODIB I.
\fISS C. ST'AI-'FFJL <i
ItX masseuse, 211 W; First si., opp. Nadeau.
LOS ANGELES HERALD* WEDNESDAY MORNItNTG. NOVEMBER 1. j
j FOR SAffJK-CITT PKOPKRTT,
j UOB SALE OrTeX CHANGE
BY' JOHN H. COKE,
4 Bryson Block,
Lot Vermont and Jefferson 8 50t
' Lot Budlong and Adams 50C
Ix)t Severance, near Adams 160 C
li lots Beaudry aye 200 C
Lot West Eleventh 60C
Lot Alvarado street 20C
I/jt Hewitt street. 800
3 lots Fremont, near Fourth st 3500
Lot Elysian Heights 150
Lot Boston Heights 200
Lot (half acre) \V. Washington 1100
Lot Wlufieldst 450
2 lots and 2 houses Budlong aye 2000
Lot Alameda st 100
Lot Girard st. 750
tot W. Twelfth 800
Lot, wfth house, K. First st 2800
Lot, with house, Court st 2000
Lot, with house, Heaudry aye 2600
Lot, with house, S. Hope 5000
A large list of all kinds of property
for exchange in the Eastern States.
In most cases tlie owners wilt as
sume the payment of h mortgage.
I have ranches to exchange for city
property, and city lo trade for ranch.
JOHN IL COKE,
4 Bryson Block.
See Times.
—— 10-31 tf
I SALE-fflllsV-lIOIJsE AND LOT"SS
I Heboid si., Brooklyn iraet.
$2000— House and tot, 7 rooms, on Jackson
9.000 —Two houses and lots on Jackson st.;
j 5 rooms each.
fitOo—Kine lot on Brooklyn Heights, 50x
i 251 l feet: splendid location.
■600—Pine lot in Brooklyn tract: this is a
splendid bargain.
Jr"-oou- -House and lot, Turner und Vignes
I sis.; this is a snap.
ifTßUO—Corner lot, Turner and Centr: Is
Every one of theseabove mentioned are good
speculations. Don't lose any .lime Inseeing
I them, for they won't he on the tnarset very
t long. You deal direct with the owner; no
agi-nts need answer. Direct business desired,
j Address, "OPPORTUNITY," box M>, U SAA Ml
office. 10-S1 tf
roil SA LE—,f2f7so —$151.0 CASH BAI ,ANCI
one year at 1 . per cent, house 5 rooms,
pantry, hath, closets, etc.; lot s'jx 110, to 2u
foot alley; on First-st. cable line, Boyle
' Heiglits, west of power house: cement waIKS,
i hedge, flowers, co.: no lawn, as it Is anew
I place: 2 pressed brick mantels, gas, hot unit
eohl water, porcelain bath tnb; plumbing cost
¥3116; room upstairs for 2 large rooms-, but not
finished; window shades and linoleum go with
house; this is the.biggest bargain ever Offered
in this ci v: the above is easily worth $3500 at
least; it is a snap nnd should be taken advant
age of at. once. Address OWNER, t'. 0. box
505, city. 10-31 tf
IJMJR SALE—BARGAINS- THK FINEST COB
. tier East Seventh near Main at a ! runt
foot.
45x150 to alley; Main hear Sixth atSlttO a
front foot.
The finest corner ou Main near postOffieej a
big bargain.
33x84 on East Fifth street near Main with
good cottage, ||SSOO.
A fine corner East Eighth, 90x120, close to
main, very cheap. U. C. EDWARDS,
10-ta-tl 230 West First.
SALE
1 -BY
TAYLOR ,t GREENING,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
214 N. SPRING ST.
ff'HOO-Cottuge of 5 rooms, Boyle Heights.
#800— Cottage of 4 rooms, Boyle Heights.
ir'2loo—t'ottage of 5 rooms, w'infleld st.
■300 '—Cottage of 7 rooms, Wlnflold st.
$1200—'Cottage of 4 rooms, Union aye.
10-28 5t
©77-11— AN EI.Et:ANT 10-ROOM HOUSE
3P I it"' southwest, close lo cable line; loca
tion one of the best in tlie city; house com
plete in every particular: cold'storage room
and cellar; large lot, line lawn, choice shrub
bery—a decided bargain.
BARNES A BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. Second st.
jpOR SALE.
LARGE-SIZED LOTS, FINEST LOCATION,
NEAR FIGCEROA AND ADAMS STS.
ON VERY FAVORABLE TERMS.
If you want the choicest of lots for a home
see them. cdea .v harr,
10-27 tf 10J S. Broadway.
II I>l! BALK-SPECIAL 11ARGA INS. lIOI'SE
oi 0 rooms, lawn, hedge, etc., at Boyle
Heights, on Qleason avenue, fjllooO. New
house of 5 rooms, all modern improvements,
on First street, lfi;70(). Lot on First street,
only one block from the power house, #050.
F. A. HUTCHINSON, 213 West First street.
10-22-llt
SALE—HOUReT HARD FINISHED AND
decorated, 0 rooms, hall, bath, closets,
wardrobes, hot and cold water, burn, ohloken
house, fine lawn, fruit and flowers; lot 50x168
to alley; near car line; abighurgain; #1800.
JOHN 8. SAMPSON, Jr.,
11 1 21 wed sat 105 S. Broadway.
SDi 1/1 -FOR SALE, NICE RESIDENCE LOT
nrOUv' on . Iran side of street in Bonnie Brue
tract, near Seventh street cable line. This is a
great sacrifice at #800: worth today nearly
twice the amount. NOLAN ii SMITH, 228
West Second. 11-1 7t
fItTtOKA—FtIR BALE-ON THE
I—• I'"" ment plan, a new, modern-built s
room col luge; within a few blocks of this office;
price 81200; ss'-'uo cash, balance #15 per
month without interest. NOLAN & SMITH,
22H W. Second. 10-20 7t
T7IOR SALE-CITY AND COUNTY PROP
JT erty lo please any purchaser: good homes
for iflottO and upwards; fine city lots Ingood
location, 8150 to most any price; terms easy,
CHARLES C. LAMB. 213 VV. First street.
10-15 tf
I lOR SALE — CHOICE SPRING-STREET
i property, Improved, close in; renting ior
big interest ou price asked. A bargain.
BARNES .V BARNES,
10-1 tf 227 W. second st.
© 1 -\ 1 lA—#soo CASH, BALANCE ONE AND
V s I lUU two years, h lovely modern cottage
of live rooms; only few blocks* from our office;
cost #2500. G. W. CONNELL, 112 Broadway..
10-27 tf
I'OK SALE—BI3OO EAOIT"2 5-ROOM COT-
V luge's on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly payments. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. Ki-1 tf
I7OR SALE —#1300 EACH, y 5-IfOOM COT
lages on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line: monthly payments. BARNES a
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tf
w> 1 Ilia FOR sXIE~NEAV 5-ROOM HOUSE
Ol'tamJ on Victoria street; monihlv pay
ments 816. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second st. 7-21 tf
TTtoR SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
JF sulu or rent with K. P. CULLEN <t CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
10-1 tf
WE HAVE A SNAP BARGAIN IN A LOT
on olive street, near Sixth. CRAWFORD
4 LOCK HART, 205 S. Broadway. 10-29 tf
I7AOR SALE—6O WELL LOCATED LOTS ON
J Installment plan. K. I*. cullen CO.,
237 1\ est First st. 10-1 tf
I ME SALE—A CIIEAPI.OT ON sTbRENT ""sf.
1 near Temple. Inquire at 1550 W. Seventh
St. 10- 17 Ot
1 yIIOPERTY OV ALL KINDS SOLD AND
1 exchanged. B. WHITE, 221 W. First st •
10-15 tf
DYKUS. ANU FINISHKKS.
M ETROPOLITAN ST'e'v.M §YE WtiirKTHTll
Franklin St.; line dyeing and cleaning.
1-13 tf
f >AR I SUN DYE W r OR K57275 SOUTH MAIN
I slroel; best dyeing in the city. 1- 3if
AB<l'KAt)l>.
A BSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE com"
..'A puny of Los Angeles, northwest corner of
1- ru 111.1 ill und New High sis. iu-17 tl
rAiKNro, coi'ViiioH'is, ktv.
H AZARD A TOWNSEND, ItflOAl !), DOWNEY
. block. Tel. 317. Loa Angeles. 11-21 If
FOX SALK-COrNTRY I I**'l KKTi,
/V <U7 West Second street.
The largest and best business block in the
chief city in a live central state for exchange
for Los Angeles city or country property.
Ranch 113.90 acre", midway Inuween Dow
ney and jpbmpton; 0» acres in alfalfa, *G acres
eucalyptus, 5 acres iv willows, balance iv pas
ture; 6-room cottage house, barn OOxOO; 7-lneh
» flowing well; apple orchard ;? 3 place fenced;
price low, half cash.
' City dwellings, installment plan, business
! property, vacant aud improved, for isle at
' I'mm-es that will interest you. 10-29 tf
( l F<»K > U.K *O~ACKKS BEST
nPIT.fWnr 1 orange and walnut land In Los
, I Angeles county, with good water right; 20
I acres in walnuts in henring: several aeref of
1 1 bearing orange trees, crop 1400 boxes last
' year; also some deciduous fruit and alfalfa;
, good 7-room bouse and outbuildings, well,
wind-mill and tank: water piped in house and
through the grounds; all stock aud farming
implements go with place; this place can
! easily be made to pay an income on $30,000;
price at present $14,500. NOLAN & SMITH,
288 W. Second. 10-29 7t
1?OR SAITT - $250,00.1; ORANGE OKCH
ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
j orchards, "olive orchards, dairy or farm
I ranches, fine city residences, hotels, lodging
; houses, grocery stores, hardware business,
j fruit staiidß, cigar stands, meat markets, sa
, loons, bakeries, rcstaurauis, and all kinds of
mercau lle business; prices from $100 to
$250,000; we neither advertise nor try tn sell
I anyihing that will not stand- he strictest in
vestigation, NOLAN SMITH, 229 W. Sec
ond st. 10-18 tf
SALE—RURBANK LANDS; TRACTS
-F 5, 10, 2t» and 10 acres; #40 to $100 an j
acre; easy terms; 4 to 8 miles from city limits; i
I rich soil; no adobe; no alkali; free water
j right; (Limp alfalfa land: tine Knglish walnut
laud; tracts in full-bearing peaches, prunes,
apricots, pears, etc If you want ft desirable
home near market see the-ie lands. TAYLOR
A RICHARDS, 102 Broadwuy. 10-29 7t
&lU iA~FOR~SALE, HOMKSTKAD"" R lEI.I \
flpUUlF 4|ufshment of 10'J acres, witiiin »;
mile of station on Southern Paeitic railrt>a<l, in
this county: about 00 acres under cultivation;
land all cleared and first-class small house and
other improvements; nriee $000 will ex
change for property iv the city.
NOLAN* A SMITH,
UMB tt 328 \V. Second st.
ISOB SA LE—<! A PITALISTS ATTENTI(>N~!
13,000 acres of land close to Los Angeles,
30t>0 awes of tirst-eiass orange and lemon
land, with abundance of water for irrigation:
2000 acres of deciduous fruit land, 500 > acres
of tirst-class stock land, all for $9 per acre;
railroad being built through the tract now.
Cheat, at $25 an acre. TAYLOR A RICHARDS,
102 Broadway. 10-297t
I /OR SA LE—A V>iw~TKRY CHOICE Gov
ernment aud school land locations for
>nlc cheap; or would take part pay in other
property.
A few choice lots on Seventeenth ami Eigh
-1 teenth sts., west of Figueron; $000 u» $900
J, K. MULKXV,
H-22 11" 1140 W. Eighteenth 0r213 \V. First st.
' *Pi>l! SALE-- BEST~RUY IN SOUTHKKN
j P California; l.V^acres, all highly improved;
new 4 room house; & acres aifalfa; 1-j, acres
walnut and prune trees, all under water ditt li -
no alkali: no adobe; on railn>afl; near olty
limits; $225'»; terms easy. TAYLOR it RICH
ARDS, 102 Broadway. 10-2* 7t
; 17*0R SALE 170 ACKKS FINE ORAN(.k7
! V vine or olive land, adjoining the '-elebrntcd
; Vache winery at Brookside, near Redlands;
.his is the very choicest land iv that neighbor-
I hood in the market: ail or part; price $12,500,
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. QOLBH,
i 147 S. Broadway 8-30 tf
i;«»R SALE -SANT,\"*"MONICA PROPERTY;
I tine new modern house, choice lot; price,
j £1500; easy pa\ ments. Have other good lots.
1 Will build to suit customers. ROBERT F.
• JONES, Bank of Sau ta Monica, Santa Monica,
' 10-20 1 m
SAI.E-100 ACRES AS FINK AL
nT')*l falfa land as there is in the county.
Thisis a ftirccd sale ami can be had within the
I n-y\ few days for $05 per acre. NOLAN A:
] SMITH, 228 West Second street. 10-18 tf
InOH BALE -FINE UESIDENCE~PROPERTY
in Pasadena; rents for $2100 perannym;
nets over 10 per cent; the best bargain in the
county. K. I. CULLEN & CO., Minnesota head
quarters, 237 W. First st. 10-29 tf
I7IOK SALE—LIST YOUR~"PROPERTY FOR
sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN «fc CO.,
Minnesota Heftdquartera, 237 West First st.
• 9-10 tf
QEE MEAGHER A JAY"~FOR BARGAINS IN
O real estate. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
10-1 tf
I7\OR SALE —S~ACRES NEAR
1 the city. J. S. VAN DO REN,
DM it 3Q4 W. First st.
FOR 8 ALK-M 18' XI. Lft NKOUB.
ANGfTIES NATIONAL
JL liank stock.
California Bank stock.
I .•■ruian-Amcrican Savings Bank.
State Loan and Trust Company.
Bonds and stocks of various entjerprises for
small or large investments.
JOHN S. SAMPSON, Jr.,
11 12t wed sat 105 S. Broadway.
1~M.7R SA LE—CHOICE N U KSE X V STOuK;
mining, city and country property.
Particular attention paid "t(» patents of all
kinds. Choice property iv Azusa valley. Cor
respondence solicited.
W. M. STOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange,
10-1 tf 227 W. First st.
rTuit"S A LE—MINING OUTFIT, CHEAP FOR
1 cash, including ne% wagon specially fit
ted out with water casks and other imple
ments. Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New WrVson
block. 9-24 tf
T/ OPi SALE—VERY Clf RAP, THORO^JT
_T bred registered mastiff pups at 1017 S.
Main st. 10-4 lm
TX)Ii"SALE—ONE FINE
X at a bargain. Inquire at 30212 S, spring.
10-26 7t
1"* OR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
to suit at this olbce.
HDUCATIONAL.
THE" WOODBURY HAS
removed to the upper floor of the Stowell
block, 220 South spring street. It has now tlie
largest and tinest ijusiness college rooms in the
stale, and the largest attendance of any com
mercial school south of Sun Francisco. Fine
passenger elevator running direct to tlie
school rooms, rendering st.iir-cliinbing unnec
essary. The public is cordially invited to call
am! inspect tiie college iv its new location.
Both day and evening schools in session the
entire summer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal free. ti. A. Hougli, President; N, G. Felker,
Vice-President; J. W. flood. Secy. 5-4 ly
OS BUSINESS - i E
AND KNGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated), 144 South Main street.
Largest nnd best equipped business trait ig
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
Instructors. Day und evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at oilice, or write for elegant
catalogue. E- F. SHBADER, President; F. W\
KELSEY, Vice-President; 1. L. INSKEEP, Sec
retary. 9-10 ly
CIABA DE ROSAS, I'ROEBEL INSTITUTE,
J Adams, cor. Hoover fit., will open all its
deparl men ts Tuesday, Oct. 24. 1* or further
particulars ftppb to MRS. CAROLYN M. N.
ALDhN, h()(J W. Adams st. 9-27 tf
( lIOOL OF PHYSICAL 1 RAINING—OY\"ING
to the tire in the Stowell block Miss Alfrcy
will receive pupils and applicants at 33u.'.£ S.
Spring, fioom 20, until further notice.
9-30 0m
~4~ST"] l: *R V S H O~RTHA" NI >, TV P E \V*R~! T ING
l\ and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, I'hillips' block; send for cata
logue. 10-12 12m
M~ RS. JIRAH D. COLE'S STUDIO fOR
voice culture, 551 -outh Si>ring st.; re
ception days, Fridays, 2t05 p. m. 10-17 15t
UDLAM SCIIOO L OF OR ATOR V, It OO M
j Mti, Potom&O block. Office hours, Monday
and Thursday from a to 5. 10-7 lm
CHISRTHAND AND TYPEWRITING—BEST
0 advantages. LONG LEY INSTITUTE, Spring
and First sts. 3-7 I*
LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OK ART AND DE
sic,u, Chamber of Commerce building.
10-29-3 m
AT7KKR SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND
Dramatic Expression, 455 S. Broadway,
' 10-34 ti
HMJSICAL.
I" "6a n 1 i KiJes7:onsekva hTky ivfwi USlc
a ami Arts, open all the year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president. Y. M. C. A. building,
Broadway and Second streets. 8-14 ly
1 ) V. M l SSO'slTßcll ESTKA—FI KST-CLASS
IV • music furnished for all OCCaslors. Oflice
J. B. BROWN'S MUSIC STOKE, 111 ft Spring
street. 10-tf
panjo bT~mTss M. E. ASTBURY; 5~an170
I) stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
by People's Store, Phillips block. 11-12 ly
~t WILLI! \ KTITZ. MUSIC STUDIO. ROOM
i\» A, Cmckcr building, 212 S. Broadway.
DUJDHHMAKINo.
C' HOOL OF I)RESS.\I AX IN(7, CUTTINC AND
~* fitting; patteroacut; French tailor system;
suits made from $5 to $10. 309 South Broad
way. 10-16 lm
_JBUHINMB»!I OPPORTUNITIES.
if or sale hy"TTw7iitil «"-~»~
-i *lflO—Frnlt store. »17.1-Candy store,
j $125-cigar store. fcoO—Erult store.
I SU5O— Restaurant, W7so—Restaurant,
. I $500 - Cigar store. $5511— coal yard.
i ' #750—Large fruit store and provisions; re
. t celpts. #05 a day.
\ #000-Cornergrocery; Btx living rooms.
. #1005—Cornerelgarstore; bargain.
!f:;o. o— First-class saloon,
i #35 o— Dairy and milk route clearing over
! #'200 monthly; full value in stock; trial till
satistied before buying,
tiood grocery to exchange for lot.
' #150—Partner to attend cash counter in res
; taurant; will clear over #50 a month to each,
j #300 - Paying commission business,
i #550—15-room lodging house.
I #550—10 rooms, corner: rare chance.
♦ 50—7 rooms, elegant.
, #1300 -2* rooms, up town: bargain.
I House and lot for exchange,
r Apply toB. WHITE, 231 W. First st. 10-27 tf
J sC)(U Ul —POR BALK—BTBAM LAUNDRY
iff I ..\J\rV« on principal street. Doing a line
i business: machinery Hrst-class; lo rses, wagons,
. I etc.; employing 10 bands. This is a sure, safe,
money-making Investment foi a business man.
: #litoo cash; balance easy terms. J. WALSH
j * CO., 30H';, S. Spring st. 11-1 tf
1 'in: sVI X ssi'mi FIRST-CLASS ROOMING
JT bouse of 21 rooms, well furnished, or can
be used for iiotel; good dining room, fur
nished, attached: party selling owns property;
I will give lease; cheap rent; flue location;
i sure to make money. J. WALSH & CO.,
30S' a s. Spring st. 10-2,11'
Si 1 "UWi —TOR - SALE- HALF INTEREST IN
| •iPIifVIW the beat established commission
I und brokerage business in the city, and paying
I large income; this is an opportunity seldom
| oflered. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 West Second.
10-29-71
SALE OR EXCHANGE—FOR CITY
property, stock of goods or live stock,
j a small house and good lot in I.akin, Kansas;
w ill pay cash difference. ROBERT K. JONES,
j Bank of Santa Monica, Santa Monica, Cal.
10-20 1 mo
| a'liiiTos ANGELES DIIfECTOBY IIFFICE
J keeps a complete list of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring to either
buy or sell will consult their best In te resin by
applying al office, 103 8. Broadway. 8-9
IJ* OB SA LE—LI VK ItYSTA Bl GOOD
V business; best location In Hie city: will
not deal through agents; price according to
amount ot stock taken by buyer. Address \,
Box 50, Herald office. U-'JI lm
l/oi: s klJfr-«6OO—FIRST-CLASS MANUFAC
JT Hiring business; old established; good
Connections! Reason for selling, leaving the
slate. HENRY J. STANLEY, 212 S. Broadway
next city hall. 10-20 tf
BCYsTfRST-CLASS ELEVEN-ROOM
fPU.ril lodging house: tine furniture; best
located house In tlie city. UENKY .1. STAN
LEY', 212 South Broadway, next to City Hall.
10-20 tf
SOA/l- FISH AND POULTRY BUSINESS.
OvHf Fine location. Lo,v rent. Has good
Connection. HENRY J. STANLEY, 212 South
Broadway, next to city hall. 10-22 tf
peon FAYING DAIRY BUSINESS, CLOSE
UT lo city; clearing#looa month. STRKETER
A BHARPLESS, 110 8. Broadway. 10-1 tf
VJIOB 8 A LE -G()OD~ I A V INITIIESTAUR A NT*
IT good location; must be sold in next 3 days.
Addles, M, llox 30, Herald. 10-31 71
MKIXUHII.
QT A TEST I
O free test! To all those desiring a sitting:
Mme. de Csmor, who has just arrived from the
east, has taken uailors at Ihe Hollenbeck hotel,
rooms It) aud 11, for the reception of the gen
eral public, where ladies and gentlemen can
consult this gifted medium on any kind of
business. When you call on Mine, de Csmor,
although you are a perfect stranger to her, she
will call you by your name and tell the
object of your visit, without you saying a word
j toiler, and give you information on all your
i affairs to your entire satisfaction. Mme. de
Camor wishes it understood that she never
takes money in advance. If she don't give
you the information you want, she won't, un
der any circumstances, take any inonev irom
you. Tlie worst skeptics in tiie world have
been astonished by her wonderful powers. As
an Inducement and to show her sincerity
that she can do what she claims, she will for
one week give sittings to gentlemen for #2 ami
ladies for $1. Bear in mind these prices are
ior one week only. Hours from 10 a. ro. to 0
p.m.; Sundays and evenings by appoiument.
Those living in the country that'cautiot call on
berin person, if they will inclose stamped, ad
dressed envelope, lock of hair and fees, she
will by return mail give them Information
about their affairs. All business strictly pri
vate and confidential. N. B.—Mine, de earner's
permanent adkress is Golden West Hotel, Sau
Francisco. 10-21 lm
RETfB NED—MME. SIMMONS, TH EG REAT
i est clairvoyant and magnetic healer in
tlie United States, brings the separated to
gether, gives luck in business, never known
to tall; also the best alcohol ann mag
netic rubbings, health invigorating and bene
ficial; also face massage for beautifying the
complexion; 230' i s. spring. li)-207t
MA DA ME Nt IRM AND, OLA IftYdY A > T,
has returned; advice on business, love,
i give luck in speculation, lottery, make lucky
Charms, to not marry, or start any business iv
your unlucky days, teach fortune, 355£ s.
Spring, room 8. 10-15 lm
MRS. D. A. KIMBALL, BUSINESS, TEST
and trance medium, southwest corner
Twenty-third sireet and Grand aye. 10 i lm
KXCITItSIONS.
ggfiffiflßf »F DA Y^SAVdcTTIIY f"u< I NG
/ San tit tVe excursions to Kansas
Cjr" ii;- L, l Louis, c,,i.-:ie.o, N.>w York
nnd Boston. Leave Los Angeles every Wednes
j day ; personally conducted through to Chicago
I and Boston: family t<-urist sleepers to Kansas
I City and Chicago daily. lx>w rates and quick
est'tiuie. Oflice, 139 N.-Spring nt. 7-1 m
IjTl 11LU PS ,_ E.SST BOUND EXCURSlOn£
rersonallv conducted, via Denver and Kio
Grande and kock Island Koutes; leaves Los
Angeles every Tuesday and Friday, crossing
tlie Sierra Ncvadas and passing the entire
scenery on the Kio Grande by daylight. Otlice,
138 S. Spring sL 7-1 tf
J~ UDSON it CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
every Monday via Kio Grande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago and Boston,
personally managed. Ottice. til 3 8. Spring
street, Los Angeles. i
VKTKKIIHAKV
DR. TOUrTILON, i?R£i?CH VETERINARY
surgeon—has the modal and is a member
of the Society of Universal Science—will tuke
charge of all operations. Colts and other ani
mals gelded. Cure guaranteed of diseases of
the most aggravated nature. Moderate charges.
Oilice, Seittous block, room ti, Los Angeles.
Mme. Tourillon do Clercq, having received
the highest certificate from the Acadeinie de
Paris, and speaking English and German,
gives French lessons in conversation, gram
mar, literature, etc. Sentous block, rooms 0
and 8. Telephone No. 1138. 0- 7 wed-sun
4bo a nBOTM.
BURGESs'j? ESTAB
lished for the last 10 yeais in Los Angeles.
Rooms 7 and S, second floor, Workman block,
spring st., between Second and Third. 1-26 ly
H
V » way, between First antl Second. m-7 ti'
CONTKAOIOK*.
C' TON RAD SOHERER, GRANITE BITUMIX
,. I ,.°''^,.?' t '- s l'''-''D paving; 237 'A. Firgt si.
JNotice of Foreclosure Sale.
QHKRIFF»B SALE NO, 19.517—ORDER OF
O sale and decree of foreclosure and sale.
Penumbra Keeney, plaintiff, vs. Joshua B.
Myers, Hannah J.Myers, his wife, and J, G.
Smith, defendant*.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of
Ihe superior court Ail the county of Los Ange
les, of the state of ( alifornia, ou the' 13th day
of October, A. D. 1693, in the above entitled
action, wherein Penumbra Keeney, the above
named plaintiff, obtained a judgment ami de
cree of foreclosure ami sale against Joshua B.
Myers et al., defendants, on the 12th day of
October, A. D. 1893, for the sum of three hun
dred ami twenty-eight and 10-100 i 5328.10;
dollars, gold coin of the United States, which
said decree was, on the 13th duy of October,
A. I). 1893, recorded in judgment book 11 oi
said court, at page 140, I am commanded to
sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of laud
situate, lying and being in the County of Los
Angeles, state of California, and bounded and
described as follows: Lot numbered four (4)
in block B of the J. D. Yocum subdivision of
part of the Grogan tract, in the county of Los
Angeles, State of California, as pet map re
corded in book nine *.)), page thirty-six (3<i) of
miscellaneous iccords of Los Angeles county,
California; together with all ana singular tlie
tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging, or in any wise appcrtaln
iug.
Public notice is herein- given that, on Satur
day, tbe 11th day of November, A. D. IHO3, at
12 o'clock m. of that day, in iront of the court
house door of the county of Los Angelea, Broad
way entrance, i will, in obedience to said order
of sale and decree uf foreclosure and sale, sell
the above described property, or so much there
of as may be necessary to satisfy said judg
ment, with interest and costs, etc., to the
highest and hest bidder, for cash, gold coin.
Dated this 18th day of October, (.808.
J. C. CLINE.
Sheriff of Los Angeles county.
By J. O. Lowe, Deputy Sheriff.
G. C. Frk.man and Jay E. HrNTKR.
10-18 weds 4t Attorneys for Plaintiff.
.! Notice of 9tf?*t Work.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
|11 Tuesday, the 3d day d October A. I),
j 180S, the council of the city of Loa Angelas
' did, ut its meetinK on said day, adopt an urdi-
I nance of intention, numbered lM»:t (new 10-
I ries), to have the following work done, to-wit:
| First —That a public sewer be constructed
MAPLE A VENT X,
| From the manhole in the central intercepting
sewer in the intersection of Maple avenue and
! Washington street to the center line of Seventh
I street, also aloiur Seventh street from the cen
| ter line of Maple avenue south of Seventh
i Btreet to the center line of Los Angeles street;
also along Los Angeles street from Che center
| line of .Seventh street to the sewer man hole
: built In the intersection of Los Angeles end
j First streets, also along East Pico street from
the center line of Maple avenue to the center
i line of San Julii.n street, also along Sau Julian
; street from tho center line of East Pico street
loa point 110 feet south of the south line of
I Reventh street, alto along Twelfth street from
the center line of Maple avenue to the center
line of .Myrtle avenue, also along Myrtle ave
nue from the center line of Twelfth street to a
point l. r >.» feet south of the south line of Ninth
street, also along Ninth street from fl polntftO
feet west of the west lino of San Julian street
north of Ninth street to a point to feet cast of
the east line of Los Angeles street, also along
Eighth street, from a point HO feel west of the
west line of Stin Julian street lo a point HO
feet east <u'the east line of Los Angeles street,
also along Wall street and Myrtle avenue from
| the center line of Eighth street to the north
line of the Maple avenue tract, also along
Seventh street from the center line of Maple
avenue south of Seventh street to the center
line of San Pedro street, also along Sa;; Pedro
street from the center line of Seventh street to
a point 50 feet south of the south line of Bee*
ond street, also olong Boyd street from the
center line of Sau Pedro street to a point 50
feel wc-t of the west line of Omar avenue,
j also along Sau Julian street from the center
line of Seventh street to the north line Of tbo
Whisler subdivision, also along Wall street .
I from the center line of Seventh street to tho j
center line of Boyd street, also along Maple'
avenue trom the center of line of Seventh |
street fo a point 00.9 feet south of the south I
line of Fifth street, also along Winston street J
from a point opposite the east line of lot 2 of
the JonCs & i'onet block- to a point oppo
site the east lino of lot 7 of tne
Shaw tract, also along Fourth street from
a point M-t feet east of the east line of Los An
galea street to a point opposite the o**l tine of
lot 21 of block 4 of tlie Orchard tract, also
along Fourth street from a point 100 feet east
of tbe east line of Main" street to Ihe center
line of Los Angeles street, also along Boyd
street from a point 134 feet east of Ihe ea-u
line of Los Auueles street to a point op oslte !
the east line of lot 14 of block t. of the Orchard
tract and across h!1 intersections of streets,
together With manholes, lainphoks and flush
tanks.
The size or said sewer shall be 24 inches iv
internal diameter along Maple avenue from
tbe manhole iv the central intercepting sewer !
in the intersection of Maple avenue and Wash- :
ington street to the center tine oi Seventh
street, and 24 inches iv internal diameter
along Seventh street from the center lir.e of
Maple avenue south of Seventh street to the
center line of Los Angeles street, and 24 tnclie.i
in internal diameter along bos Angeles street
from the Center line ot Seventh street to the
center line of Winston street aud 10 inches iv
internal diameter along U)S Angeles street
from the center line oi Winston street to Ihe
sewer manhole constructed in the intersection
of Los Angeles and First street.-, and 10 inches
in internal diameter along East I'ico street :
from the center line of Maple avenue to the
center line of SanJuiian street, and 10 inches
in internal diameter along San Julian street
from the center line of East Pico street to the
center line of Ninth stieet, ami k inches in
Internal diameter along San Julian street
from the center line of Ninth street
to a pom t 110 feet sou th of the
south line of Seventh street* and 8
inches in internal diameter along Twelfth
street from the center line of Maple avenue to
the center line ot" Myrtle avenue, and 8 inches
in internal diameter along Myrtle avenue from
the center line of Twelfth street to a point 155
feet south oLlhc south line oi Ninth street,
i and 8 iuchesjVli internal diameter along Ninth
street from a point 50 feet west of the west
line of San Julian street north of Ninth street
Ito a point 40 feet east tiie fast Hue of Los
Angeles street, and S inches iv internal diam
eter along Eighth street from a point 00 feet
west of tne west line of San Julian street to a
point 110 feet east of the east line of ]j>a An
geles street, nnd S inches in internal diameter
along Wall street and Myrtle avenue from the
center line of Eighth street to the north line
of the Maple avenue tract, and 14 inches in
internal diameter along Seventh street from
theceuterot' Maple avenue south of Seventh
•treet to the center line of San Pedro street,
and 12 inches in internal diameter along San
Pedro street from ihe center line of Seventh
»treet tn tbe center line of Fifth street, and 10
Inches in internal diameter along San Pedro
street from the center line oi Fifth street to the
center line Of Third street, and 8 inches in in
ternal diameter along San Pedro street from
the center line of Third street to a point 50
feet south of the south line of second street,
and 8 inches in internal diameter along Bovd
street from the center Hue of Sau Pedro street
to a point 50 feet west of tlie west lhic of Omar
j avenue, and 8 inches in internal diameter
j nlong San Julian street from the center line of
Seventh street to th » north line of the Whisler
! subdivision, and i 0 inches iv internal diama
j ter along Wall street from the center line of
j Seventh street to the center line of Winston
i si reel, and S inches in internal diameter along
Wall street from the center line of Winston
street to the center line of Boyd street, and 8
inches in internal diameter along Maple ave
nue from the center line of Seventh street to
v point 00.3 feet south of ttie south line of
; Fifth street, and 8 Inches iv internal diameter
j along Winston street from a point opposite the
east line of lot 2 of the Jones and I'onet block
J to a point opposite thi; east line of lot 7 of the
Shaw trHCt, and 8 Inches in Interna] diameter
along Fourth street from, a point 144 feet east
of the east line of Los Angeles street to a point
opposite the eiist line of lot 21 of block 4 of tlie
Orchard tract, and S inches in internal diam
eter along Fourth street from a point lOOfeet
east of the ensl line of Main street to the cen
ter line of Loh Angeles street, and b inches in
internal diaiuctor along Boyd street from a
point 184 feet east of the east line of Los An
geles street to a point opposite the east line of
lot 14 of block 4 of the Orchard tract, and be
constructed of vitrified salt-glazed pipe, brick,
iron and cement.
All of wbich shall be constructed in accord
ance with the plans and profiles on liie in tho
oflice of the city engineer and specifications on
file in the oflice of the city clerk oi" the city of
Los Angeles, suid specifications being lettered
D.
Tlie district to be benefited and to be assessed
to pay the total cost of said work is hereby de
clared to be al! lots and lands fronting there
on.
Reference is hereby made to the said ordi
nance oi intention for further particulars.
IX A. WATSON,
Street Superintendent.
By F. C. Hannon, Deputy. 11-1 Ot
Ordinance No. 1886.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEN
tion of the mayor and council of tlie city
of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
FOLSOM STREET
from Soto strict tit Corn well street.
The Mayor and council of tiie city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows \
Section 1. That it is the intention of the
city council of the city of Los Angeles to es
tablish the grade of
FOLSOM STREET
from Soto stseet to Cornwell street as follows;
At the intersection of Sot.o street the grade
shell be 95.20 on the northwest corner and
94.00 on tbe southwest corner; at tlie Inter-'
section of Breedstreet 92.00 on the northeast
corner. 91.50 on the north west and southeast
corner and 91.00 on the southwest corner; at
the intersection of Cornwell street 89.00 on
the northeast corner and 89.40 on the south
east corner.
And at all points between said designated
points the grade shall be established so as to
conform jo a straight line drawn between
said designated points.
Elevations are in feet and above city datum
plane -
Sec. 2. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to bo published for ten days in the Los
Angeles Herald, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted hy the council of the city of Los
Angeles at iis meeting of Octooer 23, 1803.
C. A. LUCK EN BACH, I
City Clerk.
Approved this 20th day of October, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
10-29 lOt Mayor.
Notice Inviting Proposals to Furnish
the City of Los Angeles with 2000
Feet of Fire Hose.
i
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned, up to 11 o'clock a. ni.
of Monday, the Oth day of November. 1893,
to furnish tho city of Los Angeles with 2000
foet of fire hose.
Bidders will submit samples with their bids.
A certified check to tlie order of the Under
signed for >j*2so must necompanv each propo
sal as a guarantee that the bidder will enter
into a contract if awarded to him in conform
ity with his bid. 1
Cotrneil reserves the right lo reject, any and
all bids.
By order of the council of the City oi Lob *
Angeles vi iv meeting of October 23d, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH, I
10-25 13t City clerk. 1
Ordinance No. lHBo\
fNEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING TIIE IN-
I\ tentton of the mayor and council of tho
city of Los Angeles to establish the tirade of
BREED STREET,
from Sheridan avenue to Brooklyn avenue.
I he mayor and council of the City of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
section 1. That it is the Intention of the
council of tho city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of
BREED STREET,
from Sheridan avenue to Brooklyn nvsnue as
(OUOWS!
t the intersection of Sheridan avenue tho
gride shall be 101.0.) ou Ihe south west and
Mutt beast corner; at the Intersection of Fol
som street 91.50 on the northwest ond sotiih
cast corner; 0-.00 on the northeast cornet;
91.00 ou the south west corner: a the intcjx i.
tion of Brooklyn avenue 70.00 on the north,
west and northeast corner.
And at all points between said designated
points tlie grade shall bo established mi as to
conform to a st ralght line drawn between said
designated points.
Elovalions are in feet and above city
datum Diane.
Kkc. 2. The idly clerk shall certify to tha
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten days iv the Lo.s An
gelei Hkrai.u, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be iv force.
1 hereby certify (hut the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of Lu*
Angeles, at its meeting of October i£jj t Imh3.
C. A. LUCKENBAOH,
< ily Clerk.
Approved this 'J it!; day ol October, 1H93.
T. K. ROWAN,
10-9 j Hit Mavur.
~ Ord' in*' •N >. iSfiC
\ N ORDIN X.. . LA RING THE INTEN
i\ tion of tb' v.i . ami council ofltuecitf
of Los An;; u>.. • the grade of
IC.* ft AM riTRKET
from Tenl h stive! to i •.. southern terminus.
The rouvor and oouucil o£ the city of Los An
gciesdourduii sfciUnwa:
Section '. i ..: if is the intention of the
Council ol tho i ty of U>s Angeles to establish
the grade ol
BYRAM STREET
from Tenth slrv< : Ui its southern terminus as
follows: ' ' the intersection of Tenth street
the grade ; in" fin 18.40 on the southwest cor
nerand 18.«0oti the southeast corner; at tha
southern iemil.ius of Byram street 24,50 on
both sides oi sit mo street.
And al oil join-, between paid designated
points the grade shall be established so as to
conform to a straight lino drawn between said
designated points.
Elevations are in t eat and below city datum
plane.
Sec. 2. The city clerk shall certify to the pas
sage of lius ordinance ami shall cause the same
to be published ior ten days in Ihe Los Angeles
Daily H Ki:.\ i n, and thereupon und thereafter it
shall take caret and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of tho city of Los
Angeles at its meeting of October 23d,
f 893.
C. A. LUCKENItWII,
City Clerk.
Approved this 20th day of October, is 93.
10-29 lOt T. E. ROWAN,
Mayor.
notice.
Office OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
oi Los Angeles county, CaUforuia, October
17. 1808. Notice is heteby given that the
heart! ol supervisors oi' Los Angeles county,
California, will receive sealed proposiiH up to
1 o'clock p.m., November S, ISiKI. for
the const ruction, as a whole or in seetiojis, of
it road front ti point ttear Cbatsworth Park to
the summit of S;mta Susanna pass, as per plat
ami prollleon tile in this otlice.
A certified check in the sunt ol ten per cont
of tin* amount of each hid to accompany same.
The hoard reserves the right to reject any or
Hy order of tlie board of supervisors of I.oa
Angeles, California.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
Hy W. 11. WiIITTKMQIiK, lieputy. 10 11) l M
BALDWIN'S SANTA ANA DEAD.
The Queen or the Anita Stable* Killed
to Bud Her Mt.ory.
Banta Ana, the queen of the Santa
Anita stables, wa, killed yesterday at
the Bay District track, Eaya the Saa
Francisco Examiner of Monday.
Baldwin's great mare was co far gone
with lung fever that there wa, no possi
bility ot recovery, and the veterinary sur
geon ended her sufferings with a knife.
The mare had been sick for come
weeks, but it was only a week ago that
the veterinaries decided that she waa
iv danger. She had a predisposition for
having fever, and this was hor third at
tack. She bad a bad spell last May and
another in July. Though she recovered
from each of these attacks they left her
lungs weak, and tbe last exposure was
sufficient to bring on another spell of
the fever. The doctors worked bard
over her this time, and for a while she
seemed to improve. Night before last,
however, she bad a relapse and they
could not help her. Tbey treated the
bay mare just as tbey would treat a man
with lung fever, only the doses were
vastly larger. For instance, Santa Ana
was given about 120 grains of quinine a
day. Quinine and ammonia carbonates
were the principal medicines admin
istered.
Tbey gave ber oatmeal, water an I
greens to build ber up, and whiskey,
etfga and wate, to stimulate her; mus
tard plasters were applied, and she w» <
kept carefully blanketed. Sbe liked
the whiskey and eggs, and drank the
mixture out of a bucket as soon aa it
was offered ber.
"I hardly expected to save ber," said
Veterinary Surgeon Creely laat night.
"1 took charge of the mare a week ago
and she was in a very bad way. The
medicines and stimulants helped her at
first and she seemed to improve slowly.
After a day or two I really thought I
would bring her through, but on Satur
day nigbt she had a bad relapse. They
sent for me at once, and we covered ber
with hot water blankets, but it was no
use. She would not rally, but got
Bteadily worse, and yesterday I put her
out of ber misery."
THEY OBJECT TO IT.
Property Owner. Protest Against thp
Widening of First Street.
Property owners, representing 4856
feet, headed on a long Mat by James M.
Davies, yesterday filed a petition with
the city clerk protesting against tbe
widening of First street between Main
and Los Angeles streets. Tbe Main
Street Improvement company also filed
a voluminous petition against the pro
posed improvement.
Tbe petitioners assert that the work
is entirely unnecessary and unjust.
Juliette B. Koepfli also bled a petition
with tbe clerk asking tbat tbe ordinance
to pave, curb, sidewalk and sewer Sixth
atreet between Pearl and Fremont
avenue be dismissed, us the work ii
unnecessary.
Iv Olden Tune.
People overlooked the importance ol
permanently beneficial effects and w ere
satisfied with transient action, but now
that it is generally known that Syrup of
Figs will permanently cure habitual
constipation, well-informed people will
not buy other laxatives, wbich act for a
time, but finally injure the system.
$15 Keward.
Off it Vaughn, drutrgists, corner Fourth
nnd Spring streets, are authorized to re
iund the above in any case that a single
oottle of Smith's Dandruff Pomade faiia
to cure. Never known to fail. Try it.
Ur. D. 8. IMlleubaoh.r, UentUt.
No. 110% 8. Spring Btreet; room, 4 aud 5.
250 envelopes, 50c; U rm writing paper, Uso.
juigsuiUer, 314 W. Second, Holleubeck hotel.
Wagon umbrellas, Hammer lap du»t«r», Foy',
)ld renable.&ddlery house, 315 N.liOi Angeles.
CEYLON TEAS.

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