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Persons wanting situations, help, or wish
ing to rent, buy or sell properly, will do
well to advertise in The Herald.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. I
TF^YOtTHAVE VNY PROPERTY FOR SALE,
1 to lease or exchange, 1 will guarantee to get
you customers quicker (ban any real estate
dealer in 1-os Angeles. I'm a bustler and not
here for my health. Send me your list. It
won't cost you anything todo so. Rest of ref
erences. W. L. P Box StiA, Loa Angalea post
VTCTicE-TIIE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
IM company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rales: The hours torsnriukUngarebetweea
(t and 8 o'clock a.m. mid <i and 8 o'clock p.m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and « tine of $2 will be
charged before the water will be turned on
agein. 8-17 tf
rTSHE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
1 l,on!i and Trust company arc 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; a young
ludy in attendance.' 8-1 tf
MESMIN'S I EMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for Immediate relief for
painful and irregular menses—firom whatever
causes. For sale by FREEMAN ,t CARPER,
102 N. Spring st. price, $2 per box. G-ttly
BIG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds ol painting and repair
ing. 128 San Pedro st., between first and Se
c sts., Los Angeles. 7-li tf
TTiOR HOUSES TO KENT CALL ON
J" BARNES ,v. BARSEIj,
10-1 tf 1.27 VV. Second st.
\ K. SLOPER," HOUSE MOVER. "OFFICE,
1\» 13 ('('tiler place. ' I__ tf
l l-:r., FRESH ROASTED ON
our Giant roaster; Java and Mocha, 35c
per lb.: mountain coffee, 25c; It) lbs. corn
meal, 15c; ti lbs. rolled wheal or oats, 23c;
Gcrniea, 2oc: rolled rye, 10c; gran, sugar, 20
lbs. i'orsl; 13 1 lis., beans, 25c; :t cans apricots,
25c; 3 cans roast beef, 25c; 3 pkts mincemeat,
25c; 8 lbs. raisins, 25c; glass marmalade, sc;
ext. beef, 25c: can coal oil, SOc; 3 lbs lard, 30c;
pork. 19446; picnic hams ltP..c: wood pails.
20c; brooms, 20c. ECONOMIC STORES, 305
6. Spring st
AN HONEST, TEMPERATE, INDUSTR 101*8
man, 38 years old, good looking, in excel
lent health, of good family, much traveled,
well educated and with small capital, irisui -
to marry a yoQag lady or widow of some means
or in possession of an established business.
Ladies who are sincere will kindly addreis A
X B, Box 80, this office. 12-30 81
I PERSONAL— RALPH " BROS." GOLD BAR
flour, $1.00; city flour, 70c: granulated
sugar, 21 lbs $1; brown sugar, 22 His $1; (j lbs
Tolled oats.2sc; sardines,s boxes2sc: table fruit
3 cans 50c; midland coffee, 25c lb; eastern
Oi], 80c; gasoline, SOc; 2-lb can coined beef.
15c; lard, 10 lbs, 85c; 5 lb>, 45c. 001 S. Spring
St., currier Sixth.
1 >EP.-ONAL — MR& PARKER CLaTrV(7y~-
J. ant; consultation on business, luve, mar
Tiage, disease, mineral locations, life reading
- etc. Take University electric cars to Kbrrester
aye. and Hoover st. ;'go west on Forrester aye.
3 blocks to Vine st., second house on Vine
west of Vermont aye. 8-30 if
I PERSONAL—AT GRAND ARMY~HALL, 612
B. SprinKSt. at2;3o.p. in. Sunday. I>r. Rav
lin will lecture ou Hard Times and why They
are Hard. At 7:,0 he will lecture on The
Science and Philosophy of spiritualism. These
Ic-tures aro elo<iuent, stirring and masterful.
Admission 10 cents. 12 30 It
MARRIED LAMES' SAFEGUARD; I'ATJJ '
enter!: no medicine; no equal; money
refunded 1! not satisfactory, send LO cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO., Kansas City, Mo.
M A TrTmOM AI. li I■•; I; A I"; ~ST AMPS " FOR
details. MRS. COYNE, P.O. box 184,
1 •2--4 - 7j
KnOV A > lIINAL.
'nrOODBDRY'WBINUis COLLEGEi 220 S.
** spring st., the oldest, largest and finest
•quipped commercial school In Southern Cali
fornia* a thorough course in the commercial
branches and hanking; a superior anil suc
cessful shorthand and typewriting department
end a practical English course; now college
rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec
tric elevator lor pupils' use; new furniture nod
appliances; open ay the year; pupils received
si any time; illustrated catalogue and full In
formation frc*. G. A. hough, president;
V. ii. FELKKR. vice-president. fi-4 ly
]■ OS AKOELRS BUSINESS "COLLEGE
J 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
wtl ing. telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty o:
Instructor* Daj and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable! Call at office, or write for elegant
cuialogne. E. F. sitRADER, President; F. \v.
X else V, Vice-President; 1. L. INBKEEP, Sec
letary. 9-10 ly
rfsHE NEXT TERM "IN THE COLLEGE* OF
.1 Liberal Arts in the University ol Southern
t aliforuia opens Wednesday, January ;t, 1804,
Full college courses open to both young men
men and women. Alto academic Instruction
preparing for entrance to oallege. Bestof ad
vantages in music, vocal and Instrumental.
Kates very low. Address the president. Dr. J.
J. Widncy, ISQ Adams r-l , or call on Dean Mat
thew, at University huildings, West I.os Anu'.'
I^ROBEITTxsrTftTTE— t'ASA DE ROSAS—
Adams street, cor. Hoover. Will begin
second quarter .lanctiry sth, 1894. Circulars
sent and all iiiioruiatiou given upon applica
tion MRS. CAROLYN M, .V ALDEN, Casn dc
Rosas. B-8T tf
SCHOOL FOR HOYS AND YOUNG - !!EN—
Bryson block, spring and Second streets,
reopens Tuesday, January 2nd. Private les
sons also given. Circulars sent. A.B. BROWN,
(Yale) 1)3 Potomac block, 12-17 1m
OOHTOITFOR - FHYBicAL TRAINING AND
Elocution, Stowell Mock, U2O 8. 'pringsl
Separate classes lor misses, matrons and chil
dren now forming ior January. Apply to
MISS ALFREY. 9-30 8m
J EXPERIENCED TEACHER >-.<• .; - O!
y j High scliool branches—will give prlvt
instruction Best references. Add" - rEACH
ER, Box 20. 12-jm ,-nd t\
1 OS ANGELES _ s7^ii(WIToF~ART AND DE-
X-i sign, Chamber of commerce building,
Branches, Pomona College and Euclid av< inn-,
pasadujia. 10*29 Sin
HOR'i'il AN D AND T V PEW X I'll NG—IIEST
advantages. LONG LEY INSTITUTE, Spring
and First sts. 8-7 tf
fsB2— Established' 1««2.
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SIRING AND
First sts., Wilson block; take elevator.
Goldorown and bridge tror ; a specially; leuth
extracied without pHin. Room I. m-4 ii
it. s. Toui't'kVr, 'dentist" n.
Spring st. ( rooms 2, 3 ami 7. Painless ex
JSrAXK STEVENS, 324'„BOPTH SIRING ST.
. Open Sunday and evening by elect no light.
STpTr'k XX," DENTIST, N. E CoH. FIRST
and Spring sis., 129',, W. Fir-I si. 10- ■■) tf
3. REEVE. ARCIIITEi T, EBTAB
llshed for the last 10 years in Los Angeles.
No. 127 West Second si. 1-28 ly
Cl~H _ BROWN, a ncniTECT, 132 S. BROAD
, way, between First and Second, s V it
H~ AZARD* rdw NSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
bloc*. UL 347, La* Angeles. 11-21 U
HELP WANTED- MALI.
\\ T NKEDING Hl£Lf\ FREE*
" employment or any information, address
X Nl'l lINIiHK'S lll'KEAt'; established 1-<W».
Ofllce, 810% S. Spring at, residence 451 8.
Uo|* et., corner Filth, Los Angelas, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 8-16 tf
PETTY, HUMMEL* CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, 131-133 W. First St., Telephone
tOP, under the Los Angeles National bank.
Help of all kinds carefully selected and fur
nished. Situations of all kinds furnished.
TV"ANTED— A FEW ACTIVE MEN WITH
fv good reference; permanent aad profita
ble employment to right parties. CALIFOR
NIA MUTUAL INVESTMENT CO., 121 W.
Third St., Los Angeles. 12 15 tf
( i ITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE I.A
\_y bor bureau, 240 New High st. Telephone
1153: for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. VV. A. WHITE, manager.
SALESMAN— A TRAVELING SALESMAN TO
sell jewelry to the trade; salary $2400 per
year and expense*. Addrecs MANAGER, P.O.
Hex 153, New York. i 2-23 tf
HILP WANTED - FEMALE.
SALESLADY— A TRAVELING SALESLADY
to sell jewelry to the trade; salary $2400 a
year and expenses. Address MANAGER, P. O.
Box 2037, .New York. 12-23 tf
\jj_T ANTED — WORK —BY A YOUNG MAN
M aped 21 years, willing and capable of do
ing anything; wages no object. Address BILL
NYE. JR., box 20, this office. 12-28 tf
TIT ANTED—BY YOUNG MAN. SURVEYOR,
11 work ol almost any kind. Address, SCR
VEYOR. box 60, this office. 12-8041
T\ T ANTED— A SITUATION AS NURBE~~( IR
! 11 companion to a lady. Address NURSE,
j Ibis ofllce. 12-28 tf
WANTED—M ISCKI.L ANROUS,
\\T ANTED AT ONCE—ALL KINDS OK SEC
-11 ond-hand furniture lor si>otca*ti; high
est prices paid. LEW IS A ALDERSON, 312 8.
Main st. Tel. 11(18. 12-0 lm
ANTED A GOOD FAMILY COW; MUST
be fresh, large milker and not more than
It years old. Inquire 13d W Second st. 12-3031
I.ORT ANO FOUND.
L7)ST~INLOB ANGELES DECEMBER 29TH,
a black pocketbookcontaining my visiting
cards, pajiers, important to me, aud money in
bills. Tbe finder will be liberally rewarded
upon leaving the same at the Westminster
hotel. L. T. CHAMBERLAIN. 12-30 8t
OTRA YEP OR STOLEN- FR0 ; .f~4~2» A NDER
-17 son street, one brown mare, 14 1 .. hands
high, I! years old; white spot In forehead: long
mane and niiL Send word to A. B. JUDKINS,
310 S. Spring st 12-29 tt
•Jsor.ND--S.VM, THE CHAMPION HORSE
I clipper. l ally-Ho Stables, 109 If. Broadway.
I>ACIFio LOAN COMPANY,
Loans money in any amounts on all
kiioK of collateral securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional libra
ries, without removal; and on fur
niture in lodging, boarding houses
and hotels, 1 ithout removal. Partial
payments received. Money quick.
Business confidential. Private of
fice for ladies.
VV. E. DEGROOT, Manager,
S-29-ly Rooms 2, 3 i 4, 114 8. Spring st.
rpo LOAN—SSOO TO $25,000, ON CITY
1. or country property: low rates interest and
no delay. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH; Room 15,
211 VV. First. 12-9 tf
ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bi-ycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS.,
2-18 ly 402 a Spring st.
' A NTED—A LO AN OF $3000 ON 145
II acres of choice land near the city, well
improved; worth $20,000. STOVER .fc
OLIVER, 124H 8. Spring St., room L 12-29 tf
r 110 LO AN—IF YOuTl AYE GOOD SECURITY
1 and want some money for 30, (»0 or 9t>
days call on STOVER A OLIVER, 121ij South
Spring, room 1. 12-I'j tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHOICE SECURITY
in sums from $10t» to $10,000. STOVER
& OLIVER. 121-., S. Spring, room I. 12-17 tf
FOR RENT —HOUSES.
IXIR REST—HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS; GOOD
V barn; eight acres in bearing fruit; two
acres for hay; one acre for garden: this tine
property is in the city, and will make a line
chicken ranch, and money can be made if par- j
t:cs will work. Call thia day on STOVER A- I
OLIVER, 1241 jS. spring st., robin 1. 12- iV tf |
j OWN 19 QdUSES, FURNISHED AND VN-
X tiiriiishcd, for rent; also -100 building lots
tor sale Oil installments and acreage lor sub- I
division on easy terms. MATTISON, 911 South '■
Hill st. 12-12 tf
Ir<Oß RENT—ft-ROOM HOUSE. 320 R OLIVE
st,; just been put in tl'-st-clPss erudition;
I newly papered, painter 1 ., etc. SaHMBB &
KARNES, 227 W. Second si. 10-1 tl
FOR RENT — TWO-STORY SEVEN-ROOM
house, S4O s. Flower si.; modern conven
iences, lawn, etc.; no stable; no children. In
quire at «:10 s. Flower. 12-29 3t
RENT—HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS AND
bath; nice lawn and flowers; small barn;
all in first-class order. Inquire on premises,
1203 \V. Eighth st. 12-29 3t
ITtOR RENT ORSALE—ONE 8-ROOM HOUSE
1 comer Sixttenth and Flower. Apply be
tween 11 a. m. and :i p m. 12-30 3t
__ PC* KENT—ROOMS.
FOR RENT—ROOMS AND BOARD IN PRl
vatc family; principal residence street in
1 city; near electric car line; ail conveniences;
home cooking; rates lor 2, $50. Address x. Y.
: Z., Box 20. this office. 12-22 \f
i '|"0~ FURNISHED, SUNNY
! L rooms, all conveniences, with board, very
reasonable; 121 N. IlillsL 12-302t'
| TJU'RXISED ROOMS TO LET — LIGHT
X housekeeping. 536 Buena Vista st.
i"jT6ir RENT —ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEP]NG
___ with stoves. 5-1S Wall st. 12-21.21
I (lit KKNT-lIIIICKLLSNKOUK.
ITtOB RENT—ALFALFA RANCHES, "sTOCK
ranches, orange ranches, ranches of all
descriptions a specialty. List your ran lies for
sale or rent with K. i. cfI.I.EN A CO., Min
nc.-olit Ilc>nWn>irtcr>, 2:t7 W. l-it>t -t. 1020tt
BOND INTEREST —NOTICE IS HEREBY
g:ven that the interest coupons on the
bonds of the MOUN T LOWE RAILWAY, issued
by the i'asadena and Mount Wilson railway
company, maturing January 1, 1894, will be
] pai-l on and after that date on presentation of
the pioper coupon at the office of the I.os An-
I geh s Safe Deposit and Trust company, Stlmaon
' block, corner Third and Spring streets, Los An
N. B. —To holders of these bonds for those
who hereafter purchase any amo mt of the
tinal issue now being sold lo investors for com
pletlngthe last section of the railway), who
may be desirous of having their interest cou
pon- paid in tlie east, arrangem- tits will be
I made to enable them to do so in any of the
i principal cities, by giving timely notice at the
i company's office, Giand opera house block,
T. S. C. LOWE,
; 12-ii; lin President
I . lOKNKVS.
i . » IE X, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
tl Hi ii-i:V brake block. Telephone 028.
, Practh es in .ill the court.-, state and iederal.
nt'NSACKER, GOODRICH A McCOTCHEN,
lawyers, rooms 103 and 104 Phillips
block, corner spring and Franklin streets.
Telephone 1120. 7-0 tf
JOHN -I iINE~i")XEK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
No. ii Law building, 125 Temple street
nearcourt house. Tel. 108, Los Angeles Cal.
5 J. AIK DI'K, ATTtTRNEY; SPECIAL AT
i\ • ten; mii given to the settlement of estates,
1 15 West First st. 4-0 tf
iTiF - M. ~l'< ILL VRD, ATTORNEY- AT- Lalv"
it room;( Allen block, Temple and spring
.-11 ) 2-11 tf
j \fIsBKATK I AMPMAjT THE CELEB"r"aTED
. .\I little trance and business medium, gives
sittings dally. s. Spring. 12-30 2t
pROF."(BEE -SPIRIT TEST MEITn r M7"RETD~
J illtrs daily. ;t28 1 - 2 South S;iring. 12-20-71
EXCHANGE.**- 30~ACRES OF CHOICE
I land, well improved, for eastern property,
tliat will bear investigatlCM, STOVER &. OLI
VEi:, 12 I 1 3 8. Spring, room 1. 12-19-.I
OB I BUPOUMT,
MISS C STAFFER, i HIROroMST AND
uiasbeuse, 211 W. First st., orp. Nadeau.
LOS ANGELES HERALD," SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 30. 1»93
«ai"i> 100x146 feet on Hill rt.
$2100—6-room house near Westlake perk.
IpJOOO—S-room houaa and 2 lota on Bryant
aye.. near Hoover.
$l»oO—Nice 3-aore home at Bnrbank.
•4000—100 ftflrH fruit land near Ocean.
■1860—9 acres garden laud on Alameda
i3ooo—4oacres alfalfa land near Norwalk.
$1800 — 9-acre orchard In Burbank.
$6.".0fl —9-acre orchard near city.
f7000—40-acrc alfalfa ranch nerr city
1(10 to 40ii0-acre alfalfa, grain and fruit
ranches; abundance of water, $10 to $25 per
•ere. Government land located.
11- 30-eod lm 189 N, Spring st.
OR SALE—AT YOUR OWN PRICK, IM
proved city property. No. 820 West Tenth
street, 200 feet from Pearl, ou clean side.
House nearly new, cost $2250 to build; size of
lot 40x119: house contains 7 rooms and bath;
can be seen at any time as owner lives in the
house and desires to sell as his business calls
him elsewhere. This house has all modern
improvement*; cement walks, lawn, aome
flowers aud shrubs, and must be sold by Jan
uary 1, 1894. Parties desiring to purchase can
make their own price for this property, stating
terms in a sealed envelope and addressing 8..
box 1202, station C, and tbe best offer will get
the place. Title guaranteed. Cash preferred.
The cheapest lots In the city, on Maple ave
nue and Fifteenth street.
Money to loan.
M. r. O'DKA,
12- 2* tf 103 8. Broadway.
Ir<6R SALE-VERY GOOD BARGAINS. LOT
1 !), Wright trad, 50 feet,s2soo; $1000 cash,
balance, one two and three years, with 8 per
cent interest. Also lot 10, Ix>ngatreet tract, 60
feet, $4500: $1500 cash, balance, one, two and
three years, with 8 per cent interest. These
•re the choicest lots on Figueroa street, ar d
situated among the most elegant and ,'ostly
residences iv this city. Address or call at 242
room !», 8. Broadway. 18-98 tl
"lis o R BA~LE~AN~D EX CIIANGE-REM KM BER,
J 1 Ira havo property for sale or exchange in
sizes to suit. If you wAnt to deal on the merits
of your property give ub a call, for we have
clients for all kinds af deals that will bear In
vestigation. STOVER & OLIVER,
12-19 II 124', South Spring, Room 1. |
SELL THE EARTh7~
12-23tf R. S. BASSETT, Pomona. Cal.
FOR gjILU-COUNTTItY PROPERTY.
IjsOß SALE -70 ACRES IN FAMOUS BL CA~
-1 jon valley: 35 acres full bearing: 17 acres
raisin grapes, 3 acres assorted table grapes, 18
acres orchard; 15(1 orange trees 17 years old,
140 lemon trees mostly 17 years old, fine crop;
6 acres peaches, 2 acres apricots, rest to wnl
nuts, apples, pears, plums, prunes and other
assorted fruits; all under fence. Fine new 14
-room house, windmill and pump, barns and
all outbuil'ilngs. Several springs on place;
water piped from spring to orchard. San Diego
flume runs across place. One of the finest
homes iv Southern California, bringing in
good income. Appraised last August hy prom
inent 'Frisco firm at price given. Must be sold
in 30 days. Price, $1(>,5U0; or wonld take part
Los Angeles gilt-edge property In exchange.
For particulars address DU.NKTN & PRINT/.,
126" j _ Second st. 12-;8 tf
ISorTaLE— AT POMONA—ARE YOU LOOK
-1 ing for an investment where it will bring
you In a good increase, besides a place that
will be pleasant for a home—where there are
colleges, line schools, electric cars, etc. I Then
come to Pomona. Don't crowd things, but
take it cool. If I cannot satisfy you, I will at
least give you a carriage ride through a beau
tiful valley, and take off my hat lo you when
you leave. It will cost you nothing. It is
worth a trip. I.et me know when you will be
able to come. R. S. BASSETT, Pomona.
170R SALE—SIOO0 —3 ACRES, HOUSE AND
X 1 barn; $400 cash, balance on long time
$1500 -5 acres, house and barn; $000 cash,
balance on long time.
$1000—5 acres; $300 oesb, balance long
time. All of 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
courthouse. Apply on the premises to MRS.
YVHITEUOUSE, second house east .of Vetdugo
postoffice. Take I. A. Terminal train to Glen
dale. 12-10 tf
jD"OR SALE—AS FINE A LIST OF ACR i
X. as can be found In thestate. andarealwa>s
ready lo show property to those w ho are mean
ing business, for we are proud of our list. It
has cost time and money to complete aud ex
amine it. Come and hear what we have tosay.
STOVER & OLIVER, 124>j .'. Spring, room 1.
17 OR SALE—AT POMONA, - ITfTcREITsOLID
X in olives, in bearing; tlie crop now on the
trees will pay 22 percent on the investment.
I can sell the crop today so that it will do this.
Good water right: pleasant location, about 1%
miles from postoffice. R. s. BASSETT, Pomona.
17 OR SALE —170 ACRES FINE ORANGE
1 vine or olive land, adjoining the celebrated
Vache winery at Brookside, near Redlands:
this is the very choicest land in that neighbor
hood in the market; all or part; price, $12,300;
terms easy. For particulars see A. C GOLSII,
147 S. Broadway, 8-30 tf
XJSOR~BALE~VT POMONA—SIR. ARE~YOU
J a stranger in our midst! Well, take a run
out here if you are looking for a pleasant place
to locate, for ranch or for business. Come out
and look over the field. R. 8. BASSETT, Po
mona. 12-27 tf
CIAI.L ON OR WRITE TO E. B. CUSHMAN,
/ agent Alamitos Land Company, 304 W.
First st., and get information about the best
lemon land in the state: only $150 per acre.
EE F. P. MEAGHER FOR BARGAINS IN
real estate. 105 N. Broadway, Los Angeles.
FOb SALE —LI VIE STUCK.
TTiOR SALE — A FINE PAIR OF GENTL&
J" men's driving horsess; also a few good
single driving and delivery horses. See COBB,
at the 0. K. stable, 24S S. Main st. 12-17 tf
ITtOR SALE — HORSES; INYO cicTuxi'Y
1 horses cheap; weight from 1000 to 1000
pounds; barn, corner E. Second and Vine sts.
ROWAN A CARDINAL. 12-2--7t
FOB (■* ■. l I.— MISCELLANEOUS
FO~R SALE -TH*Fn:RNrTtTRE OP A 5-ROOM i
cottage, complete; close in; rent only $12 j
per month; price cheaper than you can buy at
the second hand storet Call on STOVER <k
OLIVER, 124} a 8. Spring, room 1. 12-28 tf
TL-iOR s\ Li EXPRESB WAGON, NEARLY
JT new, horse aud harness. STAR STABLE,
Fourih and Wall. 12-28 5t
i;ilH SA LE—FIRSI^CLA*SS — SINoLE BUGGY.
J 1 Farmers' Feed yard, 120 N. Broadway.
I r OR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
' to suit at this offlce
1^0 R SALE~SS;So, NINE FURNISHED ROOM
tint, jO2 s. liiit st. i2-:io:it
\NE DAY* BAYED"BY TAKING
' ' Santa i-e excursions to Kan-
HKs^BiV'P''** sas St. Louis, Chicago, New
York and Bolton, Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston; family tourist sleepers to
Kansas City aud Chicago daily. Low rates and
quickest time. Office, 129 N. Spring st. 7lm
I)HILLIPS' EXCURSION PERSONALLY CON
ducted via Rio Grande Western, Denver
and Rio Grande and Rock Island route, leaves
Los Angeles every Tuesday, crossing tlieSierra
Nevada* and paatlngenUre RioGrande scenery
by daylight. Office 138 S. Spring street. 12-Otf
UDSON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
every Monday via Rio Grande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago and Bos
ton, personally managed. Office, 212 S. Spring
St., I.os Allgele's.
DR. ,1. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MI I)
-iVl wlfery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 7z7 Bellevuc avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1119. 0-Olt
R. STEPHENS", MAGNETIC HEALER,
obesity and all diseases of cither sex, es
pecially those peculiar to ladies; hours, it to 5.
230:4 s. Springs'-, Los Angeles. 12-8 tf
IN HER BRICK
;>l block, 127 E Third st. Specialty, diseases
SECURITY ABSTRACT C0?—229 WEST HE(%
oud st., Los Angeles, Cal. Honest work,
honest prices. 12-5 If
A BSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
1\ pany ol Los Angeles, northwest corner of
Franklin and New High sts. m-17 tl
DIKKI AND KINISBEK".
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241
Franklin St.; fine dyeing and cleaning.
I">ARISTAN DYE WfMiks7273 SOUTH MAIN
St.; besl dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf
ous and asphalt paving; 237 W. First St.
-™__SE?i^ 88 OPHOKIUNIrIKS.
1 r OR BALE—BY B. WHITE,
HI VVe»t First street.
$ 125—Fruit store. $ 428—Cigar store.
150—Cigar store, 17(H)—Baring saloon.
1000-Coal yard. 75—Delicacy store.
I "ln.il Si; HOUSES.
5 rooms, $175. 34 rooms, $000.
10 rooms, $1150. v 40 rooms, $3800.
It B. WHITE, 221 W. First sL
SOiWI- kestai ' r ant 7"( heTf : ~tor $300.
-111 1 $400—Wood and coal yard.
$1700-Lodging honse clearing $125 per
tKiOO— Cigar store makes $250 every month.
1400—5-Room cottage, hath and stable,
Twenty-first, between Grand avenue and Fig
$2000—Grocery lor cash or trade.
WALKER it HARRIS,
12-28 tt lOti s. Broadway.
LODGING HOUSE FOR SALE OF 24 W)oMs7
within 3H blocks of the city hall: house
elegantly furnished throughout, with all mod
ern Improvements; new furniture; best looa
tion |n tho city; two years' lease; low rent;
will sell reasonable; all of the rooms are rent
ed: good reason for selling. This is an excel
lent buy. Address W. L. I., Postoffice Box
505, city 12-tf tl
■fjsiok - 8 A LB—O ROCBRIES~IIAKKRIEB, RES-
J taurants, hotels, butcher shops, cigar, ste
ionery, notion stores, lodging and boarding
houses; many others from $100 to $3000, IN
FORMATION BUREAU, 31!>Hi South Spring
St., Edward Nlttlnger, manager. 11-8 2m
SALE—THEREIN EST R EST A U RA*NT~I N
1" the city; receipts from $75 to $100 per
day. This fine place can be bought so as to
make one of the finest deals in trie el»v for a
first-class restaurant man. Call on STOVER &
OJLIVER 124H 8. Spring, room L. 12-28 tf
I7IOR SALE ON SPRING ST. NEAR FIRST
St., S-room lodging house; furnished first
class; two rooms pays rent. You can buy at
your own terms; call early , this bargain will
go quick. J. WALSH & CO,
12-20 tf 321', 8. Spring st.
FT-OR SALE- FRUITS, CANDIESAND'oiGAIsS,
2 living rooms: rent only $10 per month
with water. This will make a man a fins liv
ing that has a hundred to spare, (rail this day
on STOVER A OLIVER, 124', 8. Spring, room L
T.-10R SALE—CIGAR STORE ON SPRING ST.
F Will I* sold this day at any reasonable
offer rou may make. Average $10 daily. This
is a chance seldom offered.
J. WALSH ,t CO.,
12-26 tf _______ Saijjjj S. Spring st.
i."IOR _ BALE RESTAUR AN tT^BEST ~~LOCV
r tion on First st. Will be sold al half cost
if taken at once. J. WALSH * CO.,
_J2-26 H 32114 8. Spring at,
t3_«»A/lil- LARGEST ANH MoSTMAGNIFt
•IT— UiriF eeutlv fitted up restaurant in the
city, clearing $300 a month. B. WHITE, 221
W. First si. 12-28 3t
t>4»r tion; large city route; horse, wagon,
etc. B. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 12-28 3t
I-i6r~ BALE—A SALOON, AT A BARGAIN,
fall this day on STOVER A OLIVER, 124',
S. Spring st. 12-28 tf
ON T TFORGET TO BEESTOVER& OLIVER
124' 5 8. Spring, for business chances.
1 OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Ij and Arts; open all the year. MRS. EMILY"
.1. VALENTINE, President.; Y. M. C. A. build
ing, Broadway and Second sts. 8-14 ly
t WILtHARTITZ. MUSIC STCDIp, ROOM
J\m A, Crocker building, 212 S. Broadway.
Notice of Street Work.
PDBLIG NOTICE [fl HEREBY (.IVEN THAT
on Monday, thelHth day of December, A.D.
1803* the council of the city of Lou Angeles
did, At its meeting on said day, adopt an ordi
nance of intention, numbered 197 a (new se
ries), to ha re the following work done, towit:
In said city from the south line of Eleventh
y/ieet tothe north line of I'lcostreet, including
all intersections of streets (excepting men por
tions of said street and intersections aa are
required by law to be kept in ordor or repair
by any person or company having railroad
track* thereon, and alto excepting such por
tions n p have already been graded, graveled
and ai cepted) lie graded and graveled in ac
cordance with the plans and profile on file in
the ofllce of the city engineer and specifications
on file in the ottice oi the city clerk of the
city of Los Anieles for graveled streets, said
specifications being numbered live.
Bat;ond That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of said Tren
ton street from the southerly curb line of
Eleventh street to the northerly curb line of
PiCO street (excepting along such portions of
the lilie of said roadway upon which a cement
or granite curb has" already been con
structed and accepted) in accordance with
specifications iv the office of the city clerk
of said city for constructing cement curbs,
said specifications being numbered twelve.
Third -That a cement sidewalk five feet in
width be constructed along each side of said
Trenton street from the southerly curb line of
Eleventh street to tbe northerly curb line of
PiOO street (excepting such portions of said
street between said points along which a ce
ment or asphalt sidewalk has been constructed
and accepted), said sidewalk to be constructed
in accordance with specifications on file in the
office of the city clerk, said specifications being
Reference is hereby made to the said ordi
nance oi intention for further particulars.
D. A. WATSON,
By F. C. Hannon, Deputy. 12-29 tit
T> V VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
Jj out of the court of justice, H. C. Austin,
justice of the peace of tbe city of Los Angeles,
county of l.os Angeles, state of California,
dated the sth day of August, A. D. 1893, and by
saiii justice renewed in writing on the 4th day
of October, 1893, and also4th day of December,
1893, in a certain action wherein Rebecca
Lee Dorsey, as plaintiff, recovered judgment
against E. ii. Woolley and Sarah I. \\ oolley for
the sum of $94 70, together with costs of suit,
on the 10th day of September, 1892, I have
levied on tue following described property,
The west fifty feet of lota 1 and 3of block
"E" of the Bliss tract, as per map of said tract,
as recorded In book 12, page 42, of the miscel
laneous records of Los Angeles county, Califor
nia, said above described property being the
property of E. li. Woolley and Surah L Woolley,
his wife, defendants, but standing of record in
the name of G. T. Woolley.
Notice is hereby given iliat on Tuesday, the
2d day of January, 1894, at 11 o'clock a. m. of
that day, in front of the police station, on Sec
ond street, between Spring and Broadway, city
oi Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of
California, I will sell all the right, title and in
terest of said E. B. Woolley and Sarah L
Woolley in and to the above described prop
erty, at public auction, for lawful money, to
the" highest and best bidder, to satisfy said exe
cution and all costs.
Dated at Loa Angeles, the Bth day of Decem
ber, 18113. A. P. RICHARDSON, Constable.
By F. 11. BRAKESVKI.i;, Deputy.
J.*K. Hunter, attorney for plaintiff.
Notice for Publication ot Time for
Proving Will, Etc.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CALl
fornla, county of Los Angeles, ss.
In the matter of the estate of Elsie A. Herm
.Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the 9th
day of January, 1894, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said
day at the courtroom of this court, Depart
ment No. 3 thereof, in the city of Los
Angeles, county of Los Angeles and state
of California, has been appointed as the
time and place for hearing tiie application
of Charles Kapus, praying that a docu
ment now on liie in this court, purporting
to be the last will and testament v: the said
deceased, be admitted to probate, and that
letters testamentary, with the will annexed,
be issued thereon to your petitioner at which
time and place all persons interested therein
may appear and contest the same.
Dated Dee. 19, 1898.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By C. W. BLAJH, Deputy.
Robert J. Adeock and Wm. Alex. Ryan, at
torneys for petitioner. 12-21 lot
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
regular annual meeting of the stock
holders of the First National Bank
of Los Angeles will be held at its
hanking bouse, No. 2211 N. Main street, Los
Angeles city, at 3 o'clock p.m. of Tuesday,
January 9, 1894, for the purpose'of electing a
board of directors for the ensuing year and of
transacting such other business as may rcgu
arly come before It.
By order of the hoard of directors.
FRANK A. GIBSON, Cashier
LosI os ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, 280 NORTH
j Spring street. I).vidends on term deposits
ai the rate of live '5j ncr cent per annum, and
on ordinary deposits at the rale of three (3/
per cent per annum for the half year ending
December Hi, Is9;t, will be payable on and
after Tuesday, January 2, 1895.
12-iS 2w. ' • M. CASWELL. Cashier. |
Notice of Street Work.
I PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
. on Monday, tbe 4th day of Dec., A.I). 18H3,
the Council of the city of Los Angelas did, at
its meeting on said day, adopt an ordinance ot
intention, numbered 1048 (now series', to
hare the following work done, to-wlt:
First—That a public sewer be constructed In
said city, along
from a point 23 feet east of the east line of Hell
man street to the oeuter Hue of Urlftln avenue,
also along Griffin avenue from a point IS feet
couth of the center line of Downey avenue lo
the center line of Grendln street, also along
sichel street from a point 13 feet south of the
Center line of Downey avenue to a point 80
feet south of the soutk line of Siglerstreet, also
along Workman street from the sewer manhole
built In the intersection of Downey avenue
aud Workman street to Pasadena avenue,
thence along Pasadena avenue to the center
lino of Sigler street, thence along sigler
street to a point 150 feet west of the west line
of Griffin avenue, also along Daly street from a
point 13 feet south of the center line of Downey
avenue to Pasadena avenue, thence along Pasa
dena avenue to a point opposite the southeast
corner ol the Koster tract, and across all inter
sections of streets, together with manholes'
lampholes and flush tanks. All that portion of
said sewer to be constructed along Griffin
avenue. Sichel street, Workman street, Daly
street, Pasadena avenue and Sigler street, shall
be eight Inches In Internal diameter, and all
that portion of said sewer to be constructed on
Downey avenue from the sewer manhole built
in the intersection of Downey avenue and
Workman street to a point 25 feet east of the
cast line of Hellman street shall be eight lnoh.es
in internal diameter, and all lhat portion of
said sewor to be constructed on Downey
avenue from the sewer manhole built In the
Intersection of Powtie* avenue and Workman
street to the center line of Griffin avenue shall
be fifteen Inches in Internal diameter and be
constructed of vitrified salt glased pipe, brick,
iron and cement, all of which shall be con
structed in accordance with the plans and pro
file on file in the ofrlce of the city engineer and
specifications on file in the office of the city
clerk of the city of Los Angeles, said specifica
tions being lettered D.
Sec. 2. The district to be benefited and to be
assessed to pay the total cost of said work is
hereby declared to be all those certain lots anil
parcels of land lying In the city of Los Angeles
and particularlydeac'bed as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the southeast corner of Downey
avenue and Hellman street, i hence along the
east line of Hellman street to the southwest
corner of lot 1 of Addison's subdivision of lot
t> of block 11, East l.os Angeles, thence to the
southeast corner of lot 2 of said Addison's sub
division, tlience to the southwest comer of lot
sof block 11, East I/Os Angeles, thence to the
southeast corner of lot 8 of said block 11,
thence north along the cast Hue of said lot 3,
14 feet to a point, thence east ou a line paral
lel to and 130 feet south of the south line of
Downey avenue to a point on the west lino of
Daly street, tlience to tho southwest corner of
lot 6 of block 13, East Los Angeles, thence to
the southeast corner of lot 1, block 15, East
l.os Angeles, thence to a iKilnt on
tho cast line of Sichel street, dis
tant 153.3 feet south of the south
east corner of Downey avenue and Sichel street,
thence to the southeast corner of lot 4 of Win.
Lacy'a subdivision ot block 17. East Los An
geles, thence to tho southwest corner of
Downey avenue and Griffin avenue, fhence to
the southeast corner of lot (1, block 20, East
Los Angeles, thence to the northeast corner of
said lot i>, thence to the southeast corner of lot
8 of said block 20, thence north on a line par
allel to and 163 feet east of the east line of
Griffin avenue to a point on the south line of
Patrick street, thence to the southeast corner
Oflot2Bof Mrs. Hall's tract, thence to the
northeast corner of lot 15 of Mrs. Hall's tract,
thence north on a line parallel to and I'd feet
east of the east line ot Griffin avenue to a
point on the south Hue of Koster street,
thence to 'the southwest corner of lot
11 of the M. H. Gregg tract, thence to the
northeast corner of lot 12 of the M. H. Gregg
tract, thence to southeast corner of lot 3, block
6of the Foot Hill tract, thence to the north
east corner of lot 14 of said block 8, thence to
the northwest corner of said lot 14, thence to
the northwest corner of lot 12 of block 3 of the
Font Hill tract, thence to the northwest corner
of lot 6 of said block 3, thence to the north
west corner of lot 14 of said block 3, thence to
the northeast corner of lot 1 of said block 3,
thence to the northwest corner of said lot 1,
thence to a point on the west line of Pasadena
avenue, said point being opposite the point of
intersection of the center line of Blgler street
with a line 8 leet east of the center line of
Pasadena avenue, thence westerly on a line
parallel lo the southerly line of lot 6 of
Griffin's Arroyo Seco tract 200 feet to a point,
t hence southerly on a lino parallel to and 200
feet west of the west line of Pasadena avenue
to a point on the northerly line of the Koster
tract, tlience to the northwest corner of lot 1,
block A of the Koster tract, thence to the
southwest corner of lot 2 of block B of said
tract, thence to the northwest corner of Stock
well's subdivision of lot 13 of Griffin's addi
tion, thence to the southwest corner of Ponet's
subdivision of lot 11 of Griffin's addition,
thence to the northwest corner of Pasadena
avenue and Welt street, thence to the south
west corner of Pasadena avenue and Daly
street, thence to the northwest corner of lot 1
of Mills block No. 1, thence to the southwest
corner of lot 7 of block 12, East Los Angeles,
thence to the northwest corner of lot 5 of said
block 12, thence to the southwest corner of
said lot 5, thence across Downey avenue to the
point of beginning. Excepting from the
above described district any public streets or
Reference 1b hereby made to the said Ordi
nance of Intention for further particulars.
D. A. WATSON, Street Superintendent.
By F. C. Hanson, Deputy. 12-27 6t
The Farming: and Fruit Land Co.
NOTICE— THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholdrs of the Farming and Fruit
Land company will be held on Tuesday, the !id
day or January, 1894, at 3 o'olock p. in., in the
office of the company, 113 South Broadway,
I.os Angeles, Cal., for the purpose of electing a
board of directors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction of such other business as may
come before the meeting.
Los Angeles, December 14, 1893.
12 15 18t JOHN GOODS, Secretary.
Annnal Meeting: of the Azusa Agri
cultural Water Company.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Azusa Agricultural Water Company will be
held at "the office of the company, room 57,
Bryson buLding, Los Angeles, California, on
the first Monday after the first day of January,
1894. MORRIS aLBEE,
12-27 2w wed fri sat Secretary.
Annual Meeting: of tbe Azusa Land
and Water Company.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Pi annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Azusa Land and Water Company will be held
at the office of the company, room 57, Bryson
Building, Los Angeles, California, on the first
Monday after the first day of January, 1894.
12 27 2w wed fri sat Secretary.
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY DESIRE TO
find the whereabouts of the parents of
Editli Chikini, who has been one year in the
Los Angeles Orphan Asylum.
Los Angeles, Dec. 22, 1893. 12-29 lot
THE ROYAL ARTHUR.
A British Flagship Now Off Fort I.os
The Royal Arthur, the flagship of the
British Pacific squadron, cams to anchor
at Port Los Angeles yesterday afternoon
at 5 o'clock, a short diatance east of
She has a complement of 660 officers
and men, many of whom will take this
opportunity of visiting Lot Angeles.
Mr. J. A. Mnir, division superintendent
of the Southern Pacific, has arranged to
run the afternoon train through to the
wharf during their stay at Port Los
Angeles, for the accommodation of the
The Royal Arthur will be opened to
visitors both today and tomorrow. Fer
riage between ship and wharf will be
supplied by the ocean propeller Collie.
A New Tear* Girt Heralded.
The measureless popularity of Uostetter's
Stomach Bitters has been the growth of more
tban a third of a century. As in the past the
coming New Year will be ushered in by tbe
appearance of a fresh almanac, clearly setting
forth the nature, uses and operation of this
medicine of world wide fame. It is well worth
perusal. Absolute accuracy in the astronomi
cal calculations and calendar will, as before,
be valuable characteristics, while the reading
matter will include itatisticls, humor and gen
eral information, accompanied by admirably
executed Illustrations. The almanac is Issued
from the pullshing department of The Hostel
ter Company at Flttsbnrgb, and will be printed
on their presses in English, German, French,
Welsh, Norwegian, Swedish, Holland, Bohe
mian and Spanish. Ail druggists and country
dealers furnish it without cost.
Horse blanksti and lap robes, Foy's old re
liable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles.
NO HEATHEN, THOSE CHINESE.
They Give an Enjoyable Enter
Before ft Large Crowd iv tho First
The Christianised Little Ones of the Chi
nese Kindergarten Show What
They ITav* Learned—An
One ot tbe most unique und ami-sin-?
entertainments hold here for some time
wm tbe annual exerolses of tbe Obines*
kindergarten, given at the First Pres
byterian eburcb yesterday afternoon.
The church was crowded by old and
young alike, who watched the little con
yerted brethren with great interest and
laughed heartily over the antics of sev
eral of the class.
The church was filled long before tbe
cpssing time of the entertainment, nml
shortly after 2:30 o'clock tbe class made
its appearance in charge of the teacher,
Miss Reynolds. Tbey were taken in
carriages from tbe school in Chinatown
to tbe ohnrch and marched down tbe
aisle and took seats upon the platform,
facing;the audience. There were 1.1 in all,
five boys and eight girls, and were
grouped in a semicircle, very similar
to the seating in tbe opening act of a
minstrel show. The costumes were
especially brilliant and picturesque.
Grave Charlie Sing, the biggest and old
est of the class, was seated in tbe mid
dle and looked for all tbe world the per
fect picture of the interlocutor, without
the burnt cork.
On biß right hand was Anna Sing,
then Francis Sing, tbe mite of tbe class,
then Hong, An Lon, Fuug Hoy and
Yuen Hoy. On Charlie Sing's left
were six more, seated in the following
order: Mansie Sing, Clara Sing, Ah
Saon, Ah Sin, Ah Qing aud Ah Chung.
Above the clbbs and in tbe choir gal
lery were seated a number of ladies, in
cluding Mrs. Minor, who presided, Mrs.
Dlmmlck and Mrs. Chapin, who made
Tbe Christmas tree containing the
gifts was at the right side of the plat
form. The choir rair was banked with
evergreens, covered in places with cot
ton batting to represent snow. It was
most amusing to see the curiosity of tbe
13 Chinese, tbe eldest about 11 years
and tbe youngest about 2 years old.
Their bright, little, bead like eye* kept
wandering from place to place, bat
nearly every one kept bis or her seat
and looked as grave as judge.
Hong, who was attired in pink and
light green Chinese clothes, waa irre
pressible. He seemed to be hung on
strings. First be would hop up, then
he would sit down again, and the teach
ers would breathe a sigh of relief; but
not for long. The next instant Hong
would be playing with some one near
him, or else turning bis back npon the
audience and talking to some of the
ladies seated in the choir gallery. Once
be turned to Ah Lou, a bashful little
girl seated next to bim, and proceeded
to put bis arm around and cartbs ber in
the most approved and enfig'fitened
manner. Hong certainly gave evidence
of catching on to the American cus
Little Ah Saon, on tbe other end,
proved for a while an excellent mate to
Hong, but bis little body did not pos
sess the same amount of animal life as
did Hong's, and be was Boon compelled
to take a back seat to tbat irrepressible.
The little girls were as demure and
cute as conld be, and were dignified
throughout. Little Francis Sing also
hopped about considerably, but as she
1b tbe yonngest of the class, sbe was
A short programme was given by the
class, spoken in English. For tbe short
time in which tbey bave been instruct
ed, considering also their youth, tbey
bave made wonderful progress.
Mrs. Chapin read several essays
written by three of the Sings, Charlie,
Wauaie and Anna, which were good,
Charlie's npon Daniel comparing favor
ably with similar work by American
Anna Maneie and Clara Sing recited
and Charlie Sing sang.
Several songs and hymns were also
given by tbe entire class.
Mrs. Minor made a few remarks and
Mrs. Dimmick told of the growth of tbe
school. A collection was taken up for
tbe benefit of tbe work and netted $25.
The gifts were then handed to the
claas by a number of little American
girls. Many excellent presents were
distributed including a United States
history, dictionary and books to Charlie
Sing, express wagon to Ah Saon, black
board to Yuen Hoy, dolls to tbe girls
and other articles. Candy and popcorn
were also distributed.
Charlie Sing then thanked tbe audi
ence in Chinese for tbe presents, after
which tbe class was taken back to
Chinatown to rest and amuse them
selves with tbe presents.
The Berllta Method of Teaching German.
Superintendent L. D. Brown of the
Los Angeles schools says: "Mr. Zim
merman is recognized as one of tbe lead
ing teachers of Qerman in this state."
Today Mr. Zimmerman will give a free
lecture, "How to Acquire a Practical
Knowledge of Qerman in Five Weeks,"
at Caledonia hall, 119.. South Spring
street. Attend at 1:30,3 or 7:30. Classes
open January 2d.
Toor Attention for a Minute.
By doing as we tell you it will gave you
money. Do you want a stove —a cooking
stove? Then go to the W. U. Furrey
company, 159 and 161 North Spring
street, and carefully look at the re
nowned Glenwood stove, It is not only
a beauty but is in every respect ahead
of ail other stoves made. It will save
yon 40 per cent in fnel—that's an induce
ment alone. (f
M. 0. Helwig, C. A. Helwig, Jut. Hermans, H.
H. Otlmore, H. Morgan, Arpad Har.szthy,
Man Francisco; W. H. Dodge, Salt 1 .as t; F. A.
Pratt, A. K. Ullmore, St. Louis; E a. Drew,
Boston; Mrs. T. P. Wllberow, Miss Witherow;
L. W. Bates, W. H. Joseph, Chicago; Dr. A.
Wharton, Mrf. F. 0. Fltz Gerald, «. T. Duggan,
St. Paul; G. H. Strawbridge, Philadelphia; J.
H. Ripper, Ventura; 1). K. Woo,i, South Day
ton, N. V.; J. T. Turner, 8. w. Kngli.h, Duns
mulr; T F. (Janart, Burbank; J. W.
Cahart, Burbsnk; U. A. Hancock, Colorado;
J. H. Gllmore, t aim Springs; P. S. Cox, Twin
Oaks; F. I- Frost, Lewlstou, Me., Mrs. r> iltox
Hollywood; J. H. Breed, Arizona; F. Holnice.
Kansas City; F. N. Lacey, Chicago; Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Williams, Glenwood, la.; O. Werthel
mer, PitUbnrg: A. M. Orebaugh, New York; D.
L. Hunt, btoekton; J, A. Unruh, Arcadia; F.
Imperial Hair Bazar.
Wig making, hair dressing and sharopnoine
A flue lot ot hair omauicnu still on hauti,
which r.ill now he sold at sacrificial prices
Assortment in gold, silver, tortoite snell aud
amber. Splendid New Year gifts. 221 and
226 W. Second atraet.
LORENZ VAN DER LECK.
The Oe«»h or On* ur the City's Pio
Another one of the Los Angeles pio
neers lias departed in the person of Mr,
Lorenz Vender Leek, the well known
capitalist, who died at his home at I
o'clock yesterday morning of bronchitis.
Tbe deceased was born in Sohleswig
lloletein, February 26. 1811. He at
tended school and served an apprentice
ship to the trade of carpenter and joinei
in bis native country.
Iv 1832 be went to Hamburg and re
mained five years. From there be went
to Strasbourg, Switzerland, then to Paris
an;' from there shipped to South Amer
ica. After visiting different parts ol
South America be oame to California,
reaching San Pedro November 4, 1849.
During bis long voyage be scoured ma
terial at the different ports and made a
bouse all ready to put together. After
arriving in Los Angelas he put it up at
the northeast corner of Main and First
streets, using it as a dwelling house for
He finally went to San Francisco and
engaged in his trade for three years.
He next returned to this city and suc
cessfully engaged in building for over 3U
years, ut tbe end ot which time he re
tired, being the oldest contractor and
builder in Southern California.
In is.l Mr. Vander Leek erected on
Main street, the first brick building ever
seen in the city. The same year be
married Mi. a Caroline tteiger, • native
of Wortenberg, Germany, and by whom
he had,two children. His wife died in
In 187K Mr. Vander Leek's eldest
child, Caroline, married Mr. Edward
Lenz, a native of Prussia. Henry, the
son, married Mips Cecelia Mntt in 1883.
THE FEDERAL COURT.
JOHN C. WRAY'S CASE POST
It Appaara That ConTlot ■«!. tlaher la
th* Complaining- Wltnata and the
Frotrcutlnn Hava Not QoS
Him From .lull.
Yesterday was tbe day set for the ex
amination of ex-Deputy Sheriff John C.
Wray on a charge of aiding in tbe es
cape from tbe county jail of a Chinaman
arrested under the Geary deportation
act. Tbe case was called in the United
States district court, Judge Ross pre
A continuance was asked by United
States District Attorney George J. Denis
on the ground tbat the court had no
jurisdiction over tbe complaining wit
ness, a convict named Edward Baker,
who is serving a 14-year sentence foi
forgery. Baker was sent up after the
alleged crime was charged against Wray.
The defendant's attorney, Mr. Good
rich, objected to a postponement on the
ground that a felon's testimony is not
admissible, and also tbat Mr. Wray bad
gone to much expense to get witnesses
here from San Francisco.
Attorney Denis said be would investi
gate the matter and might have toan
peal to the president for an order to tbe
governor to allow Baker to be taken
The continuance was granted and the
case postponed until tbe next term.
William Gerald, who was convicted in
the United States court of violating tbe
law regulating tbe unloading of foieign
ships, was discharged from custody yes
terday. He has spent 30 days in jail.
The Report Adopted Yesterday by the,
Tbe board of public worki yesterday
reported as follows:
la the matter of tbe bids for tbe im
provement of Sixth street between Pearl
Btreet and Fremont avenue, we recom
mend the acceptance of the bid of P. 0.
Smithes follows: Paving per square
foot including grading and granite gut
ter 20.99 cents. Curb, 36 cents per
linear foot. Sidewalk II 1 - cents per
square foot. Sever complete less man
holes, 70 cents per linear foot. Man
holes 165, complete each, and that the
accompanying resolution of award be
In the matter of the motion of the
member of the Eighth ward, that the
city attorney present an ordinance
abandoning all ordinances in the mat
ter of the Temple street cut and fill on
the established grade.
We have listened to arguments of
property owners in favor of proceeding
under proceedings, and from others ask
ing to have same abandoned on account
of excessive assessment to carry out
same, therefore we recommend that
commission make up an estimate of tbe
assessment and present to the council,
that they may know about what the
assessment on the different properties
will be, as there seems to be a great di
versity of opinion, before we recommeaU
to tbe council its abandonment.
In tbe matter of grade on Pennsylva
nia avenue, near San Bonita street,
would recommend that the property
owners sign a waiver authorizing the
contractor to change grade at that point
sufficient to carry water towards Cum
mings and St. Louis streets, to do away
with tbe samp at that intersection.
In tbe matter of petition 710, from
Thomas Vervoort et al., asking council
to take some action in the matter of tbe
broken and disconnected pipe in the
Arroyo de Les Reyes, between Eigbth
and Nintn streets, off of Grand avenue,
we recommend that the street superin
tendent be directed, to pipe same across
disconnected portion at that point.
Our first clearance sale will begin to
morrow morning. All goods sold at
great reductions. 1 Our policy is
ing only new goods, so all win'er goou_»
will be sold at any price. Look at our
windows for a lew of our bargains:
lluckram shapes 5 cents each; fancy
leathers from 5 cents up. Keuiuants ol
new shapes in felt hate, 25 aud 50 cents.
Ueniember, Halter's millinery, 267 8.
Spring street, corner Third street, is the
cheapest place to buy your millinery.
Oraud Mountain Views.
Visitors to Southern Califoruia should
lose no time in taking a ride to thasutn
oiit of Ecbo mountain over the unique
Mount Lowe railway, where tbe best
possible view of tbe whole surrounding
country can be obtained, and thus pre
pare to the best advantage lor trips to
places of greatest interest.
Begin New Tears'
By purchasing a beautiful Glenwood
stove ol the VV. C. Furrey company, 159 •
and 161 North Spring street. By look- >
ing at them it will prove to yon the
superiority over all others.