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ing to rent, buy or sell property, will do
well to advertise In The Herald.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. j
BPKCIAI. NOTICES.
PROPERTY FOr'sALK,
to lease or exchange, I will guarantee to get
you customers quicker lhan any real estate
!dealer in Los Angeles. I'm a hustler and not
■here for ray health. Send me your list. It
won't cost you anything to do so. Best of ref
erences. W. L. P.] Hex sbs, i.os Angeles i>o-i
-otnee. i2j?Z."
jVTOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
XN company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours ior s prink ling arc between
and 8 o'clock a.m. anil 11 aud S o'clock p.m.
For a violation of Ihe above regulation ihe
•water will be shut off and a fine of if- will be
charged before Hie water will be turned on
again. !tiZJ:'_
THE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a
lire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity:
'alcoves attached lor the private examination
of valuables, with writing materials; h young
lady in attendance. ft-1 li
ESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses—from whatever
causes. For sale by FREEMAN * CARPER,
102 N. Spring st. Price, $2 per hoi. . r >-!> ly
IG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works: all kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro st., between First and Ser
ena sts., Los Angeles. . 7-ti tf
1" HOR SES TO RENT CALI7oN
I BARNES a BARNES,
10-1 tl 227 W. Second st.
1 F. SLOPER, HOISE MO VEIL OKKIC E,
1V» 112 Ceiuer piucc. !-!■'> tf
PKRSONAI,.
P ROASTED ON
our Giant roaster: .lava and Mocha, Hoc
per lb.; mountain coffee, 'Joe: lo lbs. corn
meal, 15c; 6 lbs. rolled wheat or oats, 35c;
Germea, 2oc; rolled rye, 10r; gran, sugar, IP
lbs. forsl; 13 lbs. beans, 25c; 3 cans apricots,
25c; 3 cans roast beef, 25e; :t pkts mincemeat,
25c; 8 lbs. raisins, 25c; glass marmalade,sc;
ext. beef, 25c: can coal oil, 80e; 3 lbs lard, 30c;
pork, 12Wc; picnic liam.s. lOttfc; wood pails,
20c; brooms, 20c. ECONOMIC STORES, 305
8 Spring si.
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL—RALPH BROS. — GOLD BAR
flour, jjfl.GO; city flour, 70e; granulated
sugar, _0 lbs #1 ; brown sugar, 22 Ibs.f I; (i lbs
rolled oats, _sc; sardines, 5 boxes 25c; table
fruit, 8 cansooc; Lion coffee, 250 lb; eastern
oil, 80c. gasoline, BOcj 2-1 b.can corned beef,
35c; lard, 10 lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 15c. 001 S. Spring
St., corner Sixth.
1 yERSONAL— MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOY
.I ant; consultation on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading
etc. Take University electric ears to Forrester
aye. and Hoover st.; go west on Forrester aye.
3 blocks to Vine st., second house on Vine
west of Vermont aye. 8-110 tf
PERSONAL— Wl DOWER~OF~4 17l NlNCUM
bered, in good clreuinstances, desires to
meet lady correspondingly situated, With view
to matrimony. All letters received in strictest
confidence. >idftdJ«4Aa*#l,u c.,-boxi '20, this
ofikt \ t, w , Hj »,2-102t
MA Rltl ED L ValtfirV ; PAT
ented ;no medlCi ne :t uo eyual: money
refunded if not satisfactory. 'Se.itl D» cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas ( itv, Mo.
X 8-2H 6m
ERSONAT/—A \i *l. r NG GENTLEMAN IN
good circumstances wishes to make the ac
quaintance of a rgai-e table young lady. Ad
dress C, box 30, this oflice 12-10 2t
MATRIMONIAL BUREAU—ST AM P~ FOR
details. Address P. O. Box 134. MRS.
COYNE. 12-10 7t
MATRIMONIAL BUREAU; ST AMP FOR
details. Address P. 0. box 134. MRS,
■ COYNE. 1 1 80 1 01
FINANCIAL.
1
I tmrrowpfi on tlir lHlli day of Novem
ber, IK9O, on 103 acres of lund ad
joining the oity on the north $ 5,000
fcinee that time i borrowed on shiih'.... 1100
And baVc paid interest since tiien l,stid
And taxes 'JOO
Tolal if 7,300
And liHve rai.-ed on il l'i.oooblne irnm
trees lot fuel, that are worth Ki.ooo
Grand total $28,300
It to worth $80,000 Now I want In borrow
on il MOOO, in one or three parcel! oJ !Jt2ooo
eaeli, for '2 veaiv, and will par big Interest,
Address .1. w. POTTS, liir.s Temple si. Real
deuce Hit, Waterloo si. i--ii if
I)ACSnS LOAN I'UM I'A N V,
(INCOKPORATED).
LoAUa money In any amounts OS all
tiiids of collateral securities, di«-
BnfHids, jewelry, sealskins, uiercbau
tuse, etc. Also on pianos. Iron and
■loci safes, and professional libra
rifs, Jtvlthoul removal: and su fur
niture in lodsing, boardlHu houses
and hotels, without reiriovHi. rartial
paymenls received. Money quick.
Business confidential. Private of
fice for ladies.
w, tC. DEOKOOT, Manager,
8-'-!0-ly Roomi 2, :i .t 4, 114 8. . u i>rinK st.
npo LOAN *.")()n0 TO $25,000, UN CITY
1 or country propi ri y : low rales inleresi and
no delay, JOHN L. PAVKOVfCII: Room 15,
Ul W. First. 12-0 if
W'ANTKn TO BORROW $3000; 11 PKR
?. cent cross, on ohoice city improved prop
erly. Room 18, all W. First. 12 !> yi
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWKL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live slock,
carriages, bicycles and ali kinds <'i personal
and collateral security. \.KK BROS.,
2-18 ly 402 a Spring st.
"\\* ANTF.Ii -TO ISORROW FOR A CLIENT,
tt $50IX) on .first-class security, witli ample
ability to meet Interest WESLEY iT.AKK.
127 « . I'liird st. I 1-29 tf
Monky to ioam i v iuMTro~ii Fi ICI
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PHYSICIANS.
M"ita bit. jTiiTsMirii. .- : i■ i.■ i ai,ty,~\i7i?
wifery. Ladles eared for during ('online.
iuenttit7z7 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1119. u\Otf
DX. -STEPHENS, MAGNETIC HEALER,
obeatiy and all diseases of either sex, es
pecially those peculiar to ladies; buurs, v to 5.
S. Spring >t.. Ixts Angeles. 11-S 1 tn
HLAKESI.ee, M. 1)1, EVE AND KAIL
Ut Late of Illinois Eye and Kar Infirmary
aud Chicago Opthaliulc College, imice,
S. Broadway. :t-*2 if
Yf Ks. int. wells in ink ix iikk iTkh k
in block, 127 E Third si. Specialty, diseases
Of V. ollleli.
A lis i f! acts.
QECUBJTY ABSI RAC 1 «•<>. -j j> \ . EST sec'
O ond St., Los Angeh-s, Cal. Honest work,
honest prices. 12-0 tl
i BSTRACT AND Tim" InVi |;axCE~COM-
J\. party of ton Angeles, northwest corner of
Franklin and New High i 1 1 , if
I)!KK< A.SH It
MF llti'l'ol.lTAN STEAM DYE WmtKS, 5541
Franklin It.; line dyeing and i leaning.
1-13 if
PARISIAN DYE W"OBKS, 27.i SOL :ii MAIN
St.; best dyeing in the city. 1-13 if
HELP WANTED—MA I. SI.
\vTnTkD~S aTjS^EN^I^R~OtTR ~ DOOR
? ? (name) plates, house numbers and signs;
readable in Hie darkest night; $5 to $10 per
day easily made in any territory; sample cases
free; writo at once to Electric Name Plate com
pany, till Case st, Chicago tf
f||TANTED - ORGANIZERS - GOOD LIVE
men or women lo organize lodges for
Sexennial League, a lirst-class fraternal and
beneficial order. For particulars apply to U
C. CUMMINS, D. 8. P., Stale Organizer, room
7, 175 N. soring st. 11-14 lm
TIT ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP, FREE
Tl emplovmettt or any information, address
E. XITTINGKK'S BUREAU; established ISSO.
Ofllce, 3l!i'.j s Spring; si., residence 451 8.
Hope St., corner lifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telc
pl one 113. 8-10 tf
\\-ANTED— A FEW ACTIVE MEN WHO
11 can give references and bonds, if re
quired; permanent and profitable cmplev
menl will In given the right parties. CALI
FORNIA Ml TUAL INVESTMENT CO., 121 W.
Third st. 11-22 tf
PETTY, HUMMEL .v. CO., EMPLOYMENT
agenis, 131-133 W. First st., Telephone
fori, under the lx>s Angeles National bank.
Help of all kinds carefully seleeied and fur
nished. Situations of all kinds furnished.
7-0 If
ftITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA
\J hor bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone
1153: for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chaiiiesand laborers. W. A. WHITE, manager.
11-io ti
•fVANTKD-HITU ATIONS.
WTTANTED—SITUATION BY YOUNG MAN
*T of 24 as clerk in grocery store; not par
ticular about wages; speaks French, German
and English. N. GEORt.ER, 045 Union aye.
13-7 7t
SITUATION AS COIXec I OIL
11 either commission or salary; security and
references given. Address 11. M*., Herald oflice.
12-10-31
ITT ANTED—SITUATION IN STORE, EITHER
11 cily or Country* security and reference
given; will give $-'5 bonus for such a situation.
Address 11. M., Herald office. 12-10-3t
"tl* ANTKD-- I'OSITK iN BY HOUSEKEEPER
t * in either boarding house or for gent lemntt;
fully capable of taking full charge. Addrc ■> L.
D. , box 4. 12-lu-2t
11" ANT ED SITUATION BY A CUSTOM
TV cutler in a merchant tailoring business;
can irive good reference. Address N. 8., box
30. 12-10-51
WA'lHjB-SIM KITATR.
"IX "ANTED—LI ST 'YOUR I Y~FOIt
11 sale with me. I have buyers and am in
want of lots, houses, acreage and businesses iv
allparls. HENRY .1. fcTANI.EY, 242 S. Broad
way, next city ball. 12-5 tf
"11 * A NTKII -A COTTAGE iIK 4 OU 5 ROOMS,
** close in, fnrnuhed or unfurnished. Ad
ilress 11. l.ox -10, tins office. 1 1-25 tf
IV ANTE lI—ROOMS.
TXT ANTED -BY YOUNG MARRIED COUTLK
TT fay Dec. 15th 2 or 3 iurnished rooms for
light housekeeping; will be permanent if sat
isfactory arrangements can be made; some
private family having raoro rooms than neces
sary tor themselves will Bnd congenial com
pany with the advertisers; references ex
changed ; central location preferred; stale lo
cation, price, etc. Address PERMANENT, Box
.■i."i, I.os Angeles. ' 0-2 I tf
WANTK.n— A! taOKLE. » wtrf
Tl" ANTED WE W ANT YOU i'O I ELI, YOUR
11 friends to come over to our house, aud
see what a line list of property oi alt kinds we
have for sale and trade, and we will try our
best to make you happy. You will find "us at
124'j South Spring st., room 1. STOVER &
OLIVER. 11-30 tf
«7ANTED—A PARTNER W ITH $5000 TO
t . invest In a paying project, in which there
are no chances of loss atid profits large. Party
desiring to deal must furnish evidence of good
character. Address D, Herald office. 9-23 tf
\\-ANTED—PARTNER IN A PAYING 8081-
V, nc.s; $300 cash required. Full particu
lars given by owner at our .office, at 10:30 on
Monday. STOVER & OLIVER, 124',, South
Spring, room 1. 12-3 li
\\- ANTEIi—HORBB AND LIGHT WAGON
.» tor delivery; from 5 to 7 years old. call
Co-operative Fish and Game market, Oroaser
block, E. Fifth St., cor. San Julian. li'-ll tf
ITT ANTED--SOME ONE THAT HAS #-75 to
vl make us an offer on a rooming hou-c,
close in, of 1", rooms, STOVER .\; OI.IVKR,
IMH S. Spring st., room 1. 12-10 tf
\\ T ANTEI> AT ONCE—ALL KINDS OF BEC
VI ond-hand furniture for spotcash; high
est flrloea paid. LEW IB & ALDERBON, 818 s.
Main .-t. Tel. 1108. 12-0 lm
TOT ANTES—TO i'CRCHASE AN INTEREST
f . in some business, either cilv or eountrv;
will Invest ;,.iO() and services. Aadresa H. si-
Herald oftice. 12-10-St
IV ANTED --MAN WITH $2500 TO PUR
i\ chase half interest in a desirable inven
tion; iorlune iv it. Address B, Herald office.
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KUUCA 1 lONAL.
"1\ t OOI)II1'RY lii BINEBB COLLEGE, 228 R
» » Spring st., the oldest, largest and finest
equipped commercial school iv Southern Cali
fornia; a thorough course iv the commercial
branches'and banking; a superior and suc
cessful shorthand and typewriting department
slid a practical English course; new college
rooms, piirfeetly lighted and ventilated; elec
tric elevator lor pupils' use; newfurniture and
appliances; open all the year; pupils received
at any lime; Illustrated catalogue and full in
formation free. lc A. lIOI'IMI, president;
N. 0. FELKER. vice-president, 5-4 ly
JOS ANGKI.ES Iit'SINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated), 14 1 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, lype
wri Ing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able ahd matute faculty of
Instructors, iiay and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call al office, or w rite for eleganl
catalogue E. 1". BHRADER, President; F. W.
KELBEY, Vloe-Presldent; LL. INBKEEP. Sec
retary. H-lti 1 y
/ USA DE HOBAB, PROUBEL INSTITUTE,
\J Adams st., cor. Hoover st., will open all its
department, Tuesday, Oct. '/4. Far further
particulars apply lo MRS. CAROLYN M. N.
ALDEN, SOb W. Ailams st (1-27 tf
W< HOOL FOR"pHYSD ; AI. TRAINING Axil
Btocution, Stowcll block, v2t> s. spring st.
Separate classes tor misses, matrons aud chil
dren now forming for January. Apply to
Miss ALFREY', " 0-30 6m
J 08 ANGELES SCHOOL OF ART AND HE-
J j sign, chamber of commerce building.
Branches, Pomona College and Euclid avenue,
Pasadena. 10-29 8m
C"IIORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING—IIEBT
i~ advantages. LONGLEY INSTITI TE, Spring
find First si-. s-7 11
I.osiT sMU rODND,
I OST, STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM PA*-
I j ture near Ranchlto, I hay marc. 3 years,
branded Forster brand on loft shoulder; she
is with foal; also, a black coll, 3 years, brand
ed \on left hind leg. Return same lo PAUL
BERN \ L. blacksmith shop on Aliso si reet, and
get reward of $io. ii 30 lot
I (1ST OH STRAYED FROM STABLE SI'V
j day night Ray pony; we ight about WOO
pounds; branded M ou shoulder; unshod.
Liberal reward for return toSll San Julian si.
12-5 tf
| I HAIR PIN WITH GOLD
XJ top, Kinder w ill return to 301 West First
sireet and receive reward. 12-9 3t
111 il'ND—S.\ M, THE CHAMPION HORSE
1 dipper. Tally.Ho Stables, 100 N. Broadway.
12 0 If
A TTORNEYS.
TA V kT HUNTER,
rf Bryson-Rouebrake block. Telephone . r »2s.
Practices in nil 'In: court': state ami federal.
7-1 If
* "oodDRICIlT" LAWYER] DEARBORN
i. V• >i root, Chicago, 111., 'Jo years' experience:
secrecy; Special facilities in several states,
liood.'ieii oil Divorce, with laws of all states,
in press. (il-tf
nI'NSAOKER, GOODRICH a McCUTCHEN,
lawyers, rooms LOS and KM I'hllllpa
block, corner Spring ami Franklin streets,
h i. phone 1120. 7-U tf
roIINSTONB JONES, ATTORNEY-AT-JAW,
ti No. ti Law building, 12.", Temple sireet
near court house. »oi. ion, i.os Augelescal.
1 1-12 If
|> .1. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY: SPECIAL AT-
Il» tcntion given to the settlement of estates,
11.", West First st. l-li if
\\' M, I'OLjLARI), ATTORNEY- AT- LAW
\y room U Allen block, Temple anil spring
-1 recta. ; 2-11 tf
j:k[)lljis,
■\H !-.- KATE LAMPMAN, K\( iWN AsTsTAR
;tI fight, Hje celebrated trance, test and hus>
ness medium, loud-a public circle Tuesday
jvcrting, sitting' daily. 73tiL. S. Spring st.
DUIHD! OIHBT.
\fISB I. STAKFEI:. CHIROPODIST AND
.TA masseuse. 211 \V. First St.. opn. Naileau.
12-21 tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER Jl. 11.93
FOR 8A L.K—OITY PKOPKKTY.
ESTATE SNAPS.
PERUSE THIS LIST OF BARGAINS.
THEY CAN'T BE BEAT.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME OR AN*
OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY?
THEN READ THIS LIST C A i( EI" U L»»*t.
THERE IS BIG MONEY IN EVERY ITEM
MENTIONED.
1-iOR SALE—SI 100-HOUSE AND LOT ON
■ Sicbold St., Brooklyn tract
$200C —House and lot, 7 rooms, on Jackson
street.
$'"500—Two houses and lots on Jackson st.;
j 5 rooms each.
•000—Fine lot on Brooklyn Heights, 50x300
feet. splendid location.
$000-Fine lot in Brooklyn tract; this is a
splendid bargain. *
$2SOO —HotlM and lot, Turner and Vignes
sis.; t his is a snap.
■1800—Corner lot, Turner and Center sts.
Every one of the above-mentioned are good
' speculations. Don't lose any lime in seeing
them, for they won't be on the market very
i long.
| |j>OR SALE Oil TRADE—THE FOLLOWING
' I property in Nipomi, San Luis Obisbo
1 county:
B.W.hall of loi 2, block 5, 50 (eet front.
S.W. part of lots 5 and 1, ploek 2, 50 feet
i front.
! S.W. all of lot 1, block 3, "OO feet front.
W. half of loi L block (>, 50 feel front.
W. half oi loi % blocko, 50 feet front
Part of lots 2 and 6, block 3, 50 feet front.
In llulchnin A- Cabin's subdivision, lot 11,
j bock 1, and lot 14, block 1; also lot 13 in sub-
I division of lot 24, and lo acres. Tbe above
will be sold very cheap or exchanged.
A 2O-FOOT BUSINESS LOT ON THE MAIN
sireet of San Jacinto; the business center;
this should besnapped at; just imagine, for the
| small sum of $11-0. Also several residence lota
lln San Jacinto Irom $50up. A Iso acreage west
j of Ihe town from $150 an acre; all clear oi in
cumbrance.
•f 10 AND 20 ACRE PIECES IN SAN" JACIN
i «)* to. Buildings on some; artesian wells on
i all oil the property; also fennel; will be sold
j ou the mosi reasonable prices.
I 1 lOR SAI.E-AT SANTA MONICA, "THE
Long Branch of the Pacific," a heat, new
I modern collage mid lot 50x130; also s 'verai
] good lota upon which houses will be built to
I suit purchasers.
si-rn— FOR SALE - LOT ON SOUTH BRENT
; st., near Temple; sireet grftded; loi
| Hi. block IP, L. A. Improvement co.s subdl-
I vision; thisis a rare bargain.
IT-0R EXCHANGE—A SMALL ODINB AND
1 lot in Larktn, Kearney eounty,»ajt,Whieli
cost $1200; will trade for Los angeies prop
erty orgood ranch property worth 92500 Of
$3000; will pay cash difference,
1^0 R EXCIIA NO E—Bo ACRES UNIMPROVED
in Kearney county, X un.-a>. about two
miles from Hartland; will trade for boa An
geles county property.
IJHOR BALK -HERE IS SOMETHING GOOD
in Visalia; Several lot-, also houses and
! lots, in the above thriving tov> n, and a lift-acre
farm near the same place, with good build
ings: will sell at reasonable prices or trade;
[ would not object to taking live stock (hogs or
i cattle) in part payment. 1 have t-oine Tulare
county property which I will dispose of on the
' spine conditions.
I SALE—THIS IS REALLY A BIG SNAP.
I House or four rooms, lot 50x140, street
graded, near electric cars. First-das. locality.
j Price, $1500; tb'oo cash, balance in two years.
1/OR RALE—HOUSE AND LOT IMPROVED,
50x230, on Aliso street; house of four
renins, hall, closets, marble mailt 1, hard fin
; it-hed, etc., with outhouse; big yard; a bargain
! IpOTl SALE—O N M AIN ST R E ET, XE A B
JP Fifth street, building and Ibt; size of lot
70x165. Two-story brick building, 70x70 four
| Mores on ground Hoor, 20 large rooms, ull
!re lit i-d to good tenants. This is a splendid iv
'■ vestment.
fOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A T\VQ*mOXT
' 1 house ofseven rooms on Patton wfijj be-
I tween Temple and Bellevue avenue; let 50x
} 150, all modern improvements; burglar alarm;
! gas and electric bells; elevation oOfeetabove
| Main St.; fine view; near cable line.
I
i;OR SALE—ON HILL ST., NEAR BIGIITH
" 1 st., house and lot (.Ox 105: house of 11
| rooms ami bath; rooms all papered; hot and
i cold water, electric bells, etc. Everything of
I the latest Improvements' an elegant home;
I tine lawn.
SALg) U» EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN-
gcles county property, 10 acres at East
Riverside; good land and water; also, barn
and small house.
"17 OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOS AN
iJT geles county property, house and lot on
! the cornel* o! Third ana G streets, San Be mar-
I dino; size of lot 50x_H0; hOUSC) hard finished,
iof five rooms, pantries ami < «*llar; good barn
for two horses, hay and wagon: good artesian
j water. .
H*OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—©JINCUM-
Ieu 1 Suit Lake city, I'tah, ,f*©perty for
! Los Angeles county property.
poi{ SALE TWE NT V ACR Efl OF SUA ND,
'. I* Ineated near Downey j nicely improved;
abunl iO acres in oranges and deciduous fruit:
i good house, barn, windmill, and tank, alfalfa,
j eucalyptus grove; this is a beautiful place for
> a perfect count r v home.
|
rX>R BALK—IOO ACRES FOOTHILL LAND
JP at East Riverside or will exchange fur Los
; Angelet county property.
TjM.R SALE—TWO NEW SIX-ROOM COT-
V tages, baths and elosels, on E. 28tta *t., 100
! feet from Main street; cement sidewalk; size
I of lots, 50x1-5; urtll aell ai.f_(iOj each.
poll BXCHANOS LOO-ACRE Ranch OS
the Mnjave river for a small iOl proved
place; the ranch has loj-iuch water right,
diteb altcauy out, small hou.-e, i ureal, eic,
j fenced, plenty <tf wood; I". S. patent; hall mile
I to postoffice, store, station and school; soph.
; alfalfa out and mmc land cleared; can be made
\a* fine stock ranch: climate It. line, second to
j none for lung troubles.
I l "OR SALE 17' a ACRES NORTH OF THE
I* PttJmSf on Jim dc Ainaz iract, a bouse ot
Jive rooms, __X fruit tree-, 800 gum trees, .10 ,o
! vines; half cash, balance In two or three years
| at 8 percent; price this is an excellent
j bargain.
IMHI SAJ E OR EXCHANGE 25 At RB>
lino orange and lemon land, with water,
jon Colton Terrace, iicht Colton, San Bcmar
; dino county; will dispose of at the low liguru
j vi sec me about this, at om ■ .
poll SALE OR EXCHANGE 040 ACRES,
1 mountain ranch, 35uOres)televation, near
Acton, Los A'jgeies county; good room house,
barn with stable and wagon shed: good well of
water with steel windmill; 15 or 20 acres
cleared and broken: about 400 acres practi
cable orchard land, suitable for cherries,
apples or other deciduous fruits; balance hilly
pasture .'and; mountain cedar abundant for
fuel: will sell a portion if desired; the whole
goes at $1 1,000; this In a beautiful place and
dirt cheap,
IjU)R EXCHANGE—FIVE AOo-S IN PERRI&
one-fourth of a mile from the town; will
I trade for a lot iv Los Angeles; li ye acres is
worth at least ¥000.
1/oK SALE I'll IS SHOULfi RE SNAPPER AT
right,away; ii is the best Lhing I have at
! present; 20 acres of ranch properly at San
! Jacinto, all fh frill I trees, five years old; about
j eijnal parts of apricot*! peaches, pears and
prunes; worth Hi least $200 per acre; will lake
iJHHOif taken immediately, 1 will exchange for
good Kansas or Nebraska land.
17U)R SALE OR EXCHANGE—3#O ACRES OF
laud miles east of Riverside; 180
plow-land, real pasture; good Improvements;
will exchange Tor a good general iarm or stock
ranch near the coast!
A DDRESS "P. L. W.," BOX 50, HERALD
1 V oft ice, arui I w ill call and see yon. I'm too
busy to have an office. Time all taken up
"rustling" in selling and exchanging property
from A laska m Florida and Maine to California.
Best of reference. If not satisfactory don't
deal with me. 11-27 tf
17 OR SALE CORNER LOTt3{ LOT [25X87,
r comei Hill and Fourth; lot 165x108. cor*
nor Seventh ond Pearl. G. A. DOBINSON, 1
Brysun block. 12-10 31
w.I^SSI-**.?'*— *>itt p | *o p^*'!3^__,
A DAMS, ROUSE & MEEK INS,
i V -jo 7 West Second street.
We have an elegant Income-paying business
block in a prosperous central state; will ex
change for Los Angeles cttv or country prop
erty.
22 acres. Workman station; 4-room hard
finished house; plenty of water; good corn,
alfalfa or vine land; a bargain; $1000.
5 acres, good water right; some improve
ments; 1 mile west ol city; cheap, only $1500.
HO feet south side West Twenty-first at j 4
rooin house, bath-room, water, etc.; only
$1500.
2 big lots on Star, close to Pico st.; electric
car line; only $850 for both. 12-10 tf
TpOR SALE—AT - "YOUR OWN PRICE, IM
JT proved city properly, No. 820 West Tenth
street, 200 feci from Pearl, on clean side.
House nearly new, cost $9250 to build; slsc of
lot 40x119: house contains 7 rooms and balh;
can be seen at any time as owner lives In the
house and doslresto sell as his business calls
him elsewhere. This house has all modern
improvements; cement walks, lawn, some
Rowers and shrubs, and must be sold by Jan
uary 1, 1804. Parties desiring to purchase can
make their own priee'for this property, stating
terms in h sealed envelope ana addressing 8..
box 1202, station C, and the best offer will get
tbe place. Title guaranteed. Cash preferred.
12-8 tf
JpOR SALE—
2 lots 50x150 etch,
Near Westlake,
$150 each.
House and lot, new, of 5 room .
Twelfth and San Pedro,
$1000!
M. F ODEA,
12-2 tf 103 s. Broadway.
I,'iiri sale—ti FS ntTb'h 1 EST cottage
J. that was ever offered for the money in this
city since the time of Adam and Eve, It being
built on Eleventh street iv the Clark & Hi van
tract. It will have all the modem conven
iences, and the price 011 the house and loi will
be what other people want foi only a lot. This
is no dodge, aud to see it will convince you.
WESLEY CLARK, 127 W. Third st. 11-20'tf
l-H'l! SALE.- $110(l' $5(l» 1 • \SII.~BALANCE
1 2 years, a very handsome 5 room cottage,
art glass wludowjj and doors, 10 blocks from
Set ond aud Broadway, 1 block of electric ears
and only 12 minutes walk irom this office:
will rent for $15 per month. G. W. CONNELL,
112 Broadway. 12-10 31.
«i 1 \l\ ONLY'S4S<r"TERMS TO SUIT; THIS
rTp-tflV lot is worth $70, i, but owner is com
pelled lo sacrifice 10 make quick sale; 50x150,
on Patton street, hall-Mock irom Temple street
cable cars; sireet graded; go and see this and
you will buy. B. WHITE, 221 W. First si.
12-10 3t
r"< OR~sXIE—THIS _ LsIIEALLY A BIG SNAP.
House oi four rooms, lot 50x140, street
graded, near electric cars; first-class locality.
Price, $1500; $800 cash, balance in two
yens. Address, BARGAIN, box 80, Herald
office. 11 3 tf
I Y\j Ef HAVE TWO HOUSES IN FINE LO*
1 VV cations to sell at bargains on the install-
I ment plan; easy terms Call this day on
STOVER A- OLIVER,
12-5 If 124'; South spring st, room 1.
j I/or' sale—s22s $56 cash,"balance
1 #10 per month ; lot on fwenty-seeond st.,
block east of Central avenue electric cars,
t, W. CONNELL, 112 Broadway. 12-10 tit
1,-01! s w.E -RESIDENCE PROPERTY; CBN
-1 ital: will pay S percent net on priceasked,
$13,000; part cash. G. A. DOBINSON, 1 Bry
son block. 12-10 2t
I -• X s \ I.E~-ITsf~YOUR PROPERTY FOR
I sale or .rent with K. P. CULLEN Si CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First st.
10 1 tf
■ M?H sa LE—NEAR WESTLAKE PARK, FINE-
I lv located lots, $350 to $850 each. EDWIN
SM ITII, 115 S. Broadway. 11-22 lm
HOUSES FOR. SALE ON BUILDING AND
loan plan. A. BARLOW, 227 W. Second.
Ofllce hours 12 to 2. 11-22 tf
IlsT YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE OB EX
./change with CHAS. VICTOR HALL, stim
son block. i 1-21 tl
rOB SALS—COCN VKY PKOPISKTy.
SALE—fTOOO—B A('REsi~HOUSE~' AND
J barn; $400 cash, balance on "long time
$1500—5 acres, house and barn; $t>oo cash,
balance oil long lime.
$1000—5 acres; $300 cash, balance long
titne. All ol the above is supplied with an
abundance of water, and for soil, climate and
location cannot be excelled by any place in
Southern California, only six miles from the
court house. Apply on the premises to MRS.
WIII I KHOUSE, second bouse cast of Verdugo
poatofflce. 12-10 tf
s.\LE—W ! NTEtTVEtiIJTABLE L~AN D,
Deciduous fruit land,
Lemon and orange land,
$150 per acre with water.
E. B. CUSHMAN, agent,
Alamilos Land Company",
12 sti 304 West First street.
TFo R~S A LE—FIN* X RESIDENCE PROPER! V
X" in Pasadena; rents ior $21hO per annum;
ne's over 10 percent; the best bargain in the
county. K. P. CULLEN .v. CO., Minnesota
headquarters, 237 W. First st. 10-29 tf
TTtOR BALE 170 "acres - FINE - ORANGE"
J vine or oiive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vaehe winery at Brookside, near Redlands;
this is the very choicest land in that neighbor
hood in the market; al! or part; price, $I 2,*:00;
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GOLSH,
147 8 Broadway, 8-30 tf
tJIOR - S AL E — 10~\TlfES~~TN FROSTLESS
I belt—Cahuenga foothills—ocean view, near
city; finely improved: house, barns, reservoir;
abundance water; $12,500; the cheapest
place in the county. Will take pari cash. G.
A. DOBINSON, 1 Uryson block. 12-10 Bt
I ol: SALK—LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR
I I sale or rem with K. P. CULLEN Si CO.,
Minnesota headquarters, 237 West First St.
9-10 tf
17* OR SALE—CHOICEST 20 ACRES IN SAN
Fernando valley; genuine bargain, easy
terms. W. K. MCVAY, 223 South Spring street.
12-0 5t
QEE F. P. ME \<. 11ER~FOR BARGAINS IN
0 teal estaie. 105 N. Broadway, Los Angeles.
ti-29 a
KOK SALE-LIVII 81'OUK.
I7IOR SALE—ONE PAIR SCOTCJp"PONUtS
1 with carriage and harness; alas s few fine
driving and delivery horses. See COBB, at O.
K. Stable, 24s S. Main street. 12-o-tf
fOR SALE-FIXE - BUSINESS lIOKBE, ft
X years old. Inquire at 3022 Si Spring st.
' 12-tl 7t
FOR HAI.K-BIIsCKLI.ANKOUS
TTIOR HAIjE—MINING OUTFIT, CHEAP FOR
1 easii. including new wagon specially fitted
out with water casks and other implements.
Inquire at rooms 4 and 5, New Wilson block.
9-24 tf
i-.it; BALE—A GOOD, LIGHT WAGON*!
I" Apply STAR STABLE, corner Fourth and
W all st-. 12-10 21
fJOR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
I lo -tli I et till- ofliee
FPU KXCHANOB.
L-iOR EXCHANGE—
$1000— Hotel and 10 rooms forcity property.
$2200 20 rooms; city property. *
$1000 30 rooms: pays well.
These are good. STOVER & OLIVER,
12-10 Ii 124'aS. Spring, Room 1.
IFOR EXCHANGE A'FINE HOME OF 30
r acres for good farm land in Florida, Ala
bama or am where in the cast (hat will bear
investigation. STOVER & OLIVER,
South spring. 12-3 tf
pOR EXCHA N<.i: CtTY IMPROVED - ! i:sl-
V dence property; inconie-prudncing: central
location; for lots or acres in Southern Califor
nia, i,. A. DOBINSON,! liryson block.
12-10 et •
ITtOR EX I'll A N""( ;E—CITY ACREAGE AND
I lots for country property or improved city
property. G. a. DOBINSON, 1 Uryson block.
12-10 lit
MUSICAL.
I OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF~m7"S?C
IJ and Mi- open all the year. MRS. EMILY
J.VALENTINE, President.; Y. M. C. A. build'
ing, Broadway ami Second sts. S-14 ly
A WILLI! MUI'IT/," MUSIC ~STUDIO," ROOM
j.Xs A, 1 rocker building, 212 S. Itroadwav.
8-29 If '
EXCURSIONS.
iH() :
\Tlv\iii',\'\ Boston. Isvw9 Los Anveles every
WedD6Kday: |»or«onally eonducUa throngb to
Chicago an<l ItostOfi ; tauti 1 y rourist Hloepcrs to
KtinsHs City Mini Chit-'afsio daily. Low rates and
ijuiokcst time. Office, 128 N. rfprlng st. 7lm
PHILLIPS' i \M KSION PfcksraAiXYCOl£
I ducted via Itio Grande Western, Denver
und Rio Grande and Knck Inland route, leaves
Loa AngcleH every 'I'uesday, crosialng the Sierra
Xevadas and pMlfingentire HioUrande scenery
by daylight. Office i3B s. spring street. l'J-Otf
Tl' PSON "1 <). 'S X X CUKBIONB KAST
f| every Monday via Kin Grande route;
through'tourist siecpers to Chicago and Bos
ton, personally managed. Office, -1- ti. Spring
st., Los Angeles.
WPSiNjMg OPPORTCNITIKS.
r R WHITE, atl W. First street
•188 to $50,000— Any kind ol a business or
property you want.
flSt—- cigar store; bargain today.
Jl-"hi Partner In restaurant.
$175—Branrh bakery, notions, etc.
$-.!00--Fruit store clearing $;! daily.
H>ir»0 —Pntlt store doing big business.
VWO- Restaurant, receipts $25 daily.
$325 -Partner in carpenter shop.
#175-Partner in barbershop.
$250—Partner In bakery business.
$150 —Cigar store with club room.
B3SO Picture frame factory.
$425—Cigar store, pays $80 monthly.
$s."iO— Comer candy and ffn'.t store.
#1000—Fruit store to exchange.
#1000—Corner candy store.
$tl<M( -Carpenter shop, good place.
#050—Delicacy store: bargain today.
#550— Delicacy store doing big business,
$500— Restaurant, receipts $40 daily.
REMEMBER
B. While's office Is 221 W. First street
#2500— Large grocery business.
#''500— First-class saloon.
#1000—Well stocked coal yard. '
*12iS0—Partner in good hotel.
$'500—Large country hotel,
$2500—Grocery, pays big.
$3500—Milk route, pays $250.
$:!50O—Largest, most magnillcentlv titled up
restaurant in the city paying $10 dally, to ex
change for city or country property.
LODGING HOUSES!
LODGING HOUSES!
LODGING HOUSES I
Easy terms and to exchange.
Apply B. WHITE, 221 W. First st
#250 cash, balance e.sy terms, wilt buy 10
well-furnished rooms.
$450 cash will buy 11 rooms.
$1175—0 magnificently furnished rooms.
f -2511—5 rooms. #1100 25 rooms.
500 cash, balance payments, 27 rooms.
$700—22 ;ooras, positive bargain,
#' 800—45 rooms, exceptional chance.
$1000, only $1000—27 rooms; is the biggest
bargain ever offered, on account of sickness.
it- White lias properties of every description.
Houses aud tots on payments. Cheap lots, al:
parts of the city. Farming lands iv all parts
of t he county and state.
10-room lodging house to exchange for lot.
House anil lot for grocery.
A good lot at San Francisco, free from incum
brance, to exchange for tot here; price $500.
Attention! Attention! Attention!
LODGING HOUSE KEEPERS.
On account of serious sickness, I offer this
day one of the most complete and best paying
-7-room lodging houses in tho city; is actu
ally selling regardless of cost: is worlh $1700,
but 1 am authorized to sell this house at $1000,
I for two days only; only parties meaning
; strictly business need appiy. For full particu
lars of'any of the above properties, see
B. WHITE,
12-10 21 Offlci 221 W. First st.
CANDIES.
$I>oO— Cigars.
$275—Restaurant.
$'50—Candies and notions.
#275—Notion store.
$1950— Grocery store.
#275—Fruits, cigars and candles.
$400 Butcher shop.
#1500—Grocery store.
$2000-Drugstore.
$2000 -Grocery store.
$1100—Groceries and fruits.
$400—Factory; paying.
$500—stationery store.
$400■■ Fruit store.
$I)oo—Fruits aud nuts.
$1000—Cigars and drinks.
$000—Fruits, candies and cigar*.
Call and see us. We can furnish you with
everything you want. Call and see us.
STOVER „ OLIVER,
12-0 tf 142' s South Spring, Room I.
_*<0R SALE—
JT LODGING HOUSES.
15 Rooms. $350.
5 Rooms, $275.
5 Rooms, $550.
10 Rooms, $500.
2ti Rooms, $1800.
3!» Rooms, $3000.
10 Rooms, #550.
17 Rooms, $1000.
30 Rooms, $350.1.
40 Rooms, $3000.
28 Rooms, $1800.
All of this list will bear close investigation.
We have many others. Call and examine.
STOVER A OLIVER,
12-0 tf ]24' 2 South Spring, Room 1.
I~*iOR~SALE-100 BARGAINS IN LODGING
houses.
40 rooms—s3so. 39 rooms—s2Boo.
20 rooms-stooo. 8 rooms-s4on.
45 rooms—s2ooo. 10 rooms-$450.
20 rooms—sl2oo. 2t> rooms—sBso.
tl rooms—slso. 1.1 rooms $050.
33 rooms—slooo 18 hotel—slooo.
Cash payment or trade. Call see list in office.
J. WALSH A- CO., 308'-i S Spring st. 12-0-tf
L~ODI .ING HOUSE _ F'ORSALE OF 24 ROOM*l|
within 3' -j blocks of the city hall; house
elegantly furnished throughout, with all mod
ern improvements; new furniture; best loca
tion in tho city; two years' lease; low rent;
will sell reasonable; all of the rooms are rent
ed; good reason for selling. Thisis an excel
lent Duy. Address W. L. P., Postoffice Box
505, city. 12-tf tf
A.) WANTED TO DO THE
nr-.#rU. collecting, deliver orders and assist
in store in a good-paying bakery. Owner is a
first-class baker and will accept any Inexperi
enced man. This is actually an exceptional
chance. Apply to B. WHITE, 221 W. First st.
12-10 31
MANUFACTURING BUSINESS; GOOD Lo
cation; line trade; clearing $100 per
mouth; can investigate between 8:30 and 10
on Monday. Full particulars, and satisfactory
reasons for selling. STOVER Si OLIVER",
124'jJ South Sprfhg, room 1. 12-3 tf
OF THE MOST
popular and best-paying boot and ahoo
stores on Spring street;" this place is long es
tablished and has always been very profitable;
failing health is only reason for s"olling. NO
LAN & SMITH, 228 W Second. 11-17 tf
I taurants, hotels, butcher shops, cigsr, sta
lonery, notion stores, lodging and boarding
house*; many others from $100 to $3000. IN
FORMATION BUREAU, 310' i South Spring
st., Edward Nit linger, manager. 11-8 2m
T,-<OR~ S ALE—CIGAR STORE ON SI RING
J 1 street, doing a good business; will sell at
$375. This opportunity is seldom offered on a
principal street for that amount. Only $375.
J. WALSH & CO., 308J3 South Spring st. 12-titf
fit; {-{\— IN \ PAYING
restaurant; good location, paying
well. This is a bargain if sold this day.
STOVER A OLIVER,
12-5 tf 1241£ South Spring st, room 1.
ffic»7-»— REST AU RANT. IN FINE LOCA
rtp — If) tion. Look st this today if you want
a bargain. STOVER & OLIVER,
12-5 tf 124.2 South Spring St., room 1.
IjAOR SALE—A LONcTbStA BL~iBHED AND
1 very profitable business; price, $1000
cash. Address L, box 0, care this office.
12-S tf _____
T?OR SALE—SSSO—TTIE NEATEST AND
I best paying delicacy store in the city. Cali
this day on STOVER Si OLIVER, 124., S.
Spring St. 12-10 tt
DSiNTISTS.
1882—Estabiished-188'1"
DR. 1.. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRINO AND
First sts., Wilson block: tnke elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Rooml. m-4 tf
D~R~B. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, 108!-/. N.
Spring st, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless cx-
Iractlon. 8-20 tf
T.ARANK STEVENS, 324' i ST."
1 Open Sunday and evening by electric light,
D~~: "iC pTr ker, desTistTn- e~cor7first
and Spring sts., 12914 W. First st. 10- 9tf
XC H
fiuRGESS jrSEEVE.
!"j lished for the last 10 years in Los Angeles.
No. 127 West Second st. 1-20 ly
/ i" H! BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 S. IHUVALV
V. . way, between First and Second. 8-7 tf
CONTRACTORS.
BCHKREIL GRANITE, BITUMIN
\_/ ous aud asphalt puviug; 237 W. First st
Notice for Publication of Time for
Piovinir Will, Eic.
IN THE SCPERIOR COURT, STATE OK
California, comity of Los Angele,, ss.
Iv the matter of the estate of Albert Herat'
iughaus, decessed,
notice is hereby given that Wednesday, the
13th day ol December, 1893, at 10 o'clock a.m.
of said nay, at the court room of this court,
Department No. 2, iv the city of Los Angeles,
county of Los Angeles, aus state of Calliornla,
has been appointed as the time and place for
hearing the application of Charles Karpur,
praying that a document now on Hie in.his
court, purporting to be the last will and testa
ment of the said deceased, he admitted to pro
bate, and that letters testamentary be Issued
thereon to your petitioner, at which time and
p ace ail persona Interested therein may ap
pear and contest tbe lime.
Dated December 1, 18113.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By C. W. Blake, Deputy.
E. 3. Adcook and W. A. Ryan, attorneys for
petitiontr. 122 lot
FOR KENT —HOC SKH.
oTTRiT.\'T~--4»-tw
st,; Just been put In first-class condition;
newly papered, painted, etc BARNES it
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 10-1 tl
rryj R Rknt-^a^booM~iu)T^E^i ihTtjev-
P crade st.; rent $8. Enquire 812 Hill st.
12-10-.it
FOR RICMT—BOOMs.^
Ir-OR RENT—A PLEASANT
board iv private family for gentleman ami
wife; nlee location aud best table the market
canafford. Address N. '/.., Herald, 11 11 If
1710R~RENT —FO RNIgHED OR TJNFllR
nlshed, suitable for housekeeping. Ai»plv
at 027 Alpine st. i2-10-2t'
"ITiOR RENT—A _ SUrTE"OF WARM,~SUNNY
JT rooms at 221 W. Thirtieth st. 12-10-2t
I7IOR RENT—NIOK FURNISHED ROOM, 832
Los Angeles st reet. 12-S lm.
FOB A NKOPS.
ranches, orange ranches, ranches of all
descriptions a spec ialtv. List your ranches for
sale or rent with K. I. CULLEN A CO., Min
nesota Headquarters,9B7 W. first st. 10 20tf
I'"SoR~RENT-l HOTEL 82 ROOMS, NICELY
' furnished; good saloon, with large stock.
Furniture and stjck for sale. Address P. M.,
box 80, this office. 12-7 7t
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR BALK.
I-"OR SALE 20 SHAKES OF THE CAPITAL
JT stock of the Cremation Society ol Southern
California fully paid up; company ounstb,?
ouly crematory in operation west of the Rocky
mountains; has no debts, and lias money
enough ou hand to pay excellent dividend';
price, B*l r> per share tf sold this week. (LA.
HoniN'SON, agent, 1 Hrysou block. 12-1081
. !
PATKNTS, COI'YBIOUIS, BXC^
HAZARD TOWNs'eND, ROOM O,DOWNEY
block. Tel, 347, Los Angeles. 11-21 tf
Notice Invitiner Street Work Pro
posals.
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO ORDl
uance No. 1037 of the council ol the city
of la>s Angeles, adopted Nov. 27, 1803, di
recting tliis notice,the undersigned in\ iicsand
will receive at bis office In the Cilv Hall, opto
11 o'clock a. m. of Monday. Dee. IS. 1803,
sealed proposals or bids for the following st reet
work to be dono according to speeirteMioiM
No. 6 for graveled streets In the city oi Los
Angeles, posted aud on file, therelor adopted,
or herein mentioned, to-wlt:
First - That ssid
HELLMAN. STREET,
In said city, from the south Hue ol Downcy
avenue to the north line of Haw
kins sireet, Including all intersec
tions of streets, (excepting such por
tion of said street aud Intersections as are re
quired by taw to be kept iv order or repair by
any person or company having railroad tracks
thereon, und also excepting such pontons as
have already been graded, graveled aud ac
cepted', tie graded and graveled iv accordance
with the plans and profile on tile in the office
of the city engineer aud specifications on file In
theofflco of the city clerk of the city of I,os
Angeles forgraveled streets, said specifications
being numbered .').
Second—That a redwood curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of said Hell
man street from the south line ol Downey
avenue to the north line id Hawkins
street, (cxceptingalnngsuch portlonsof the line
of said roadway upon which a redwood, cement
or granite curb has already been construcAed
and accented), In accordance with speeitrea
tions in lite office of the city clerk of said city
for constructing redwood curbs.
Bidders must tile with each proposal or bid a
check payable to the orderof the mayor of this
city, certified by a responsible bank, for an
amount which shall not be less than ten per
cent of Hie aggregate of the proposal, or a bond
for the said amount and so payable, signed by
the bidder and by two sureties, who shall Jus
tify, before any officer Competent to adminis
ter an oath, in double the said amount, and
over and aboveall statutory exemptions.
In bidding use blanks which will be furn
ished by thecltr clerk upon application.
Los Angeles, Cal., Dee. 11, 1893.
c. A. LUUKENBACH,
City Clerk and exoftleio Clerk of the Council
of the City of Los Angeles. 12-11 2t
Order to Show Cause Upon Creditors'
Petition.
IN THE SUPERIOR cot 11 1 OF THE UOUN-
Iy of Los Angeles, state of California.
In the matter of Mrs. S. Ughtroot* in insolv
ency.
Upon reading and tiling the petition of M. A.
Newrnftrk ,t Co., Simpson-Montgomery Fruit
company, Pacific Crockery and Tinware com
pany, N. Weil ,v Co. .1. A.'Bailey & Co., Stan
ley A Henry, Meigs A Slraul, Blake,
Mufttt A Towne aud Southern Califor
nia Cracker company, accompanied by
a bond as required by law, and upon motion of
draff A Latham, Esqs.. counsel for the peti
tioners, it is ordered that Mrs. S. I.igbtfoot do
appear at this court, in department , r >, at the
court house, county of Ixxs Angeles, ou tlte loth
day of February, 1894, at 10 o'clock a in., anil
show cause, if any there be, why she should
not be adjudged an insolvent deb'torln accord
ance with the provisions of the Insolvent act
of eighteen hundred and eighty, and why the
the prayer of the satd iietition should not be
grained.
It is further ordered, that no creditor whose
debt is provable under said act shall be al
lowed lo prosecute to final judgment any
action therefor against said respondent until
the question of discharge shall have been de
termined, and that any and all such suits and
proceedings be stayed 'until tho further order
ot" the court.
And it is further ordered, (bat until the fur- i
ther order of this court said respondent be and
is hereby restrained from collecting any debt
or disposing of any property belonging to her
or under her control.
It is further ordered, that a copy ot said peti
tion, with a copy of this order, shall be served
oft the said debtor in rhe same manner as is
provided by law for the service of summons in
civil action's, and that snch service shall be
made at least ten days before the time fixed
for the bearing.
Dated this 28th day of October, 1893.
LUUIEN .SHAW, Judge.
Uraff & Latham, attorneys for petitioning
creditors, 307 West First street, Los Angeles,
Cat, 12-4-mon lot
Notice of Street Work.
I-jUBLIC NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
* on Monday, the 27th day of November, A. li.
1893, the council ot the city of Los Angeles
did, at its meeting ou said day, adopt an ordi
nance of intention numbered 1984, new se
ries, to have the following work done, to wit:
First—That a cement sidewalk six feet In
widtli be constructed along each side ol said
BROADWAY,
from the southerly curb line of Seventh street
to the northerly curb Hue of Tenth
streot (excepting such portions of said
street bet ween said points along which a cement
or asphalt sidewalk has been constructed and
accepted,)said sidewalk lo be constructed iv ac
cordance with specifications on file in the office
of the city clerk of the city of Los Angeles, said
specifications being numbered twelve.
Reference is hereby made to the said ordi
nance of intention for further particulars.
D. A. WATSON,
street Superintendent,
By F. C. Hannon, Deputy. 12-0 lit
A MEMORY OF LOIS.
The day when Lois walked with me
September skies were blue.
The woodbine on the wayside wall
Had found its autumn hue.
In gown of changing green and rose.
With undoraleoves of while.
With skirt in loose and flowing folds
And bodice trim and tight.
Her low combed hair was just the shade
Of fallen chestnut burrs.
The chocks of mellow astrakhan*
Are not more ripe than hers.
It seemed the mushrooms showed tho-'r
caps
To win her eyes of brown,
And tot Oka look into their depths
The orchard boughs bent down.
A blossom of the early fall
i That later day! irauld chill-
Dear girl, somewhere those eyes mtfat
weur
A gleam of summer still.
The rank weeds choke the orchard way
Where once we went aud came,
And mosses ma Le the marble gray
That long has borne her name.
But with such still September days
As Lois walked with me.
She flits before my vision now,
A happy memory.
—Cora A. Matson in Springfield Republican.
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lain street.
THE SO CALLED "CRANK."
more jiang-erons man me outright Luna,
tio and Should lie Made Harmless. i
In some respects tho crank is more"
iangerons than tho outright lunatic. Tha
latter usually gives warning of his in
tention, and he makes his assault on the
first man within reach. The latter iti
spires carelessness by the very contempt
in which he is held, but when he gets
ready for his bloody work it is not the
next bystander, but the most, conspic--
tma —frequently the most beloved and
useful members of the community—
whom he has marked for slaughter. Is
his worthless neck really so precious that
we should take this chance for it? The
indulgence of law and authority for the
crank should come to an end.
Whenever and wherever a man is
known to have made threats against any
one, whenever menacing letters are traced
back to him, whenever he is shown clear
ly to be of unsound, mind and possessed
by delusion, ho ought to bo placed under
6ome restraint or surveillance, and when
ever he carrios his peculiarities to the
length of murder t he community should
be rid of him.
The insanity defense has done its work
by saving v few real madman from the
scaffold, to dr.:;; oat tho rest of the liv
ing death thul life is to thrtm in asylums
or to plot now dangers to the communi
ty, but it has offered untold encourage
ment und immunity to crime, and it has
deprived us el' some of our bravest and
our best. Tito tolerance of the crank,
digs the mini- and lays the train by which
innocent nieii and valued citizens are to
come to their death whenever some pe
culiarly stimulating and exciting cir
cumstance sets the disarranged mind of
the crank on murder. Embryo assassins
walk the streets of nearly all onr large
cities and are regarded only with a pity
ing smile. It is time that we drew the
lines more strictly, and in the interest of
self preservation provided for the crank
a safe retreat.—St. Paul Pioneer Press.
SAVED BY THE BABY.
The Crying of a Child Aroused the Father
and Sa-od tho Family From Cremation.
A 22-month-old baby saved the lives of
six people early yesterday morning and
aroused the neighbors and saved the
property of her father from destruction
by fire. William Holdsworth and his
ion have a wheelwright and wagon
works at Fifteenth street and Fairmount
avenue. The second story of the factory
Is occupied by William Holdsworth, Jr.,
and his family, and in the third story
George Gaskiu, his brothef-in-law, and
Edna K1 und have rooms.
At 3 o'clock in the morning Mr. Holds
worth, Jr., was awakened by the cries of
his child, and smelling smoke he aroused
bis wife. T_e child was swinging in a
hammock in the kitchen, and when Mr.
Holdsworth went into the room hefonnd
flames eating up tho woodwork.
The smoke was so thick that the fa
ther found his child with difficulty. By
this time Mrs. Holdsworth had rushed
Into the room, and wrapping the bed
clothing around the baby and an older
child tried to effect an escape. In her
haste she almost ran into the fire. Mr.
Holdsworth saw his wife's peril and
grabbed her before she was burned.
He groped his way down stairs, fol
lowed by Mrs. Holdsworth and the chil
dren, and knocked on tho door leading
from the shop to his father's house, 1429
Fairmount avenue. The occupants of
the third floor had been awakened in the
meantime, and all were safe in Holds
worth, Sr.'s, house.
An officer of the Ninth district saw the
blaze and turned in an alarm. In a
half hour the fire was under control.
Mr. Holdsworth said last night that
when he heard the child crying and went
into the kitchen the flames were close to
the hammock where the infant had been
asleep. Ho was sound asleep himself,
and if the baby had not cried he is sure
that all in the house would have been
burned to death.—Philadelphia Press.
_________________ *
Curfew Rings Every Night.
Like many of the old New England
towns. New traryport, Mass., retains some
puritanical customs. Her announce
ments are made by a crier in the streets,
and to strangers this crier is indeed a
curiosity. Now the ringing of the cur
few has been revived. This old custom
was continued here without interruption
till about 13 years ago, the city paying
the expense of ringing the 9 o'clock bell
in two or more churches, but it became
a custom of the past.
Not again until Monday evening was
curfew sounded in this city. Then the
people residing in the vicinity of the Old
South church were somewhat startled to
hear the old bell ringing. On investiga
tion they ascertained that a prominent
member of the parish had obtained per
mission from the church to have the bell
rung every-night at Op. m., he to em
ploy a man to carry ont his desires.—
Cor. New York World.
The Caravels to Winter at Chicago.
The Columbus caravels are to be al
lowed to winter in Chicago, and congress
is to settle the question of their final dis
position. Secretary Herbert receive- a
telegram from the trustees of the Colum
bian museum of Chicago saying that
the}' intend to petition congress for leg
islation necessary for the transfer of tho
caravels to that institution and asking
that the vessels remain in Chicago in the
meantime. Secretary Herbert replied
that if the trustees would make satisfac
tory arrangements for the care of the
caravels during the winter he would al
low them to remain and await the result
of their petition.
l:,-st Known si.;n il in cln the World.
No personal or financial news has ex
cited so much comment recently as tho
retirement of a man whose signature is
better known and more widely distrib
uted than any other in all the world.
The name of F. May will no longer ap
pear on the Bank of England notes. It
is no secret that, his resignation of the
office of chief cashier was given under
pressure. There is no imputation against
May's integrity, and the bank will not
suffer through him.—London Letter.
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Since the first introduction, Electric BUters
has gained rapidly in popular laror, unfit now
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which permits its use as a beverage or iuioxi
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Kidneys—lt will cure Sick f.ertdaorie. Indiges
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