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OUR ARIZONA BUDGET
ROBERT LINCOLN WILL VISIT
PHOENIX SATURDAY
SMALLPOX AT PRESCOTT
The United Verde Extension Mines at
Phoenix Are Sold—A Teachers'
Institute Meets at Phoenix
PHOENIX, Ari»„ Dee. -S.--A joint teach
ers' institute of teachers' from Maricopa,
Yavapai, Coconino, Pb*a,-Ccchiseand Pinal
counties commenced on December 38th. Tlie
meetings were held in tlie Presbyterian
church and ('. W.
schools, presided. There was- a Rood attend
ance from the various counties. The joint
institute will be in session until Thursday
morning, when the territorial association
will sit until Friday afternoon. The ad
dress of welcome was made by Dr. Lewis
Ualsey and Professor Dimmick of Flagstaff
responded. Committees on resolutions and
school law wen. appointed, lnti rest inn pro
grams have been provided for each day.
The city recorder on Tuesday sentenced
twenty-five intoxicated persons who dad
had too much Christmas. Thirty-six prison
ers had their Christinas dinner in the -city
jail.
N. K. Hasten, president of the Maricopa
and Phoenix railroad, on behalf of the road
made a Christmas present to the officers
and station agents ot the toad of one weeks'
salary. Th« boys were much gratified at
t/.ie graceful present.
From Los Angeles the following have vis
ited Phoenix during the pa-t week: Mrs.
Ella Davis, T. Sullivan and L. Williams.
Colonel Met'ord left Phoenix Tuesday
night to rejoin his regiment at Albany. Ga.,
which will proceed to Cuba in a very short
time.
Tin re has beet) deposited in the Commer
cial National bank of Chicago *200.000 fi
the- credit of the-territory. Thi- is the money
realized from fee last suit- of territorial
bonds, and it is said that the possession of
this amount will enable *iic territory 00 take
up all the outstanding floating indebtedness
up to January 1. ISO". The amount of float
ing indebtedness since then is very small.
On Saturday next Phoenix will be visited
by the Hon. Robert Lincoln, son of Pres
ident Abraham Lincoln, and at one time sec
retary of war. lie will arrive with his party
ever the Maricopa and Phoenix railroad
from the south, and while here will be ta
ke! in etaarge by the superintendent of the
mad, Mr. Porter, who wil! see to it tint the
' entire valley i- properly shown to the dis
tinguished visitor. Tlie various public bod
i, - will al-o tender him receptions.
The government has decided to prosecute
thi cutters oi' mesquite on government land.
S. -I. Holsinger, the special land agent, is
in the city to hunt out offenders. The law
per mil - the cutting ot dead nu -quite, but i:
is alleged that wholesale cutting of live,
growing trees ha.- been going en to tlitjh an
extent that the government has been obliged
to call a halt. This question has always)
been a troublesome one. .Most cf the fuel
supply of Phoenix is mesquite, and if the
Cutting it mesquite is stopped th' price of
fuel i- going to increase tremendously, as
cod wi'.l hnvt lobe shipped in al heavy ex
penwt fri m New Mexico.
<»n Monday morning last Mrs. Maria
Lane, the wife- of Rev. 11. I. Lane, passed
away, The cause of death was pneumonia.
Mr-. Lane leaves nine children, the oldest
to! veto tn tea years of age.
K,\ Cave creek, ii: the mountains in the
nori
< ' r 've* k ,;i,wi: to lower altitudi by the heavy
snows, n, ~. .. , viii. .. i;- .-t ,: even
v- i.tured y, ; .-.'•» .>': !c p -; !i c.
1." ,v * Kan htu :. I:i \.• ! i .:.n.,«»
i! i . have foui. ; r.- in | --:„ti of
'■ ' " 1 "nd turn . - r, wh'.-h t!t,\ w. re
w.-.k... . S'-me good « .'; be had in
hu: ; : :(;.■ beasts.
At Tucson
'l i t mix. Dec •JS.--Th* city c. in cil will
i-\ --\.:..i. tl., r i i • y condition ti r
t wt,. w'ih ti. vi. wof making this place
■ i .•'-..... >.; »••.-< healthful c-it if -
••. -t. ..i.d . -pee ii .attention will
In cc. Kei ii year the num
-1 -.'.... -<. nr.r.z here increases,
and i- ,:.. j' ' i 11.', i' i iic-' i w: ; i:res to keep
tl n . ti. maki the town clean. There is
n.i bitter plaoi in Arizona fur invalids, for
I .c . being .'i a reasonable elevation, they
escape great heat and have no fogs nnd
dampness from river bottoms. Then the
elevation is not so great at t > place the town
in the cold or snow lull of Arizona.
Waleott Edward Heaton of Lot Angeles
and Miss Emma Durazo of Tucson were mar
ried on Sunday evening, and on Monday
morning left for Los Angeles, where tliey
wiil reside in ihe future.
Quitt an important criminal term ofcourl
has just dosed al Tombsti ne. Besidei the
trial and acquittal of Mrs. Frances Conyers
for killing hr husband, and numeroussmall
crises, t he following criminals were i ried and
VI. 11. Johnson, colored, tor murder of
fc How soldh r over 20 ex nt« at Fcrl Huacmioa,
Mexican countryman it Dragi on mountains,
T.ni- Valenzuela, murder committed on a
. Mexican countrytnan in Dragoon
sentenced for life servitude al Yuma,
John Betis, for mayhem, causing the loss
cf an eye of a Bisbee citizen, sentenced to
thn c years at Yuma.
; Natli mi 1 Lee, oi!. red, Foi mayhem, caus
s' li T ier at Fori Huachuca, tin- jury recom
mended him to the mercy of ilu courti sen
tenced to eighteen months al Ynma.
Capital punishment seems to he on the
decrease in Arizona, as a result of the new
law allowing juries to fix the punishment in
nfurder cases.
Mi- Men,,Us ghibelt, the charming
daughter of County Recorder Charles A.
Shtbell, wa- 1 married at Wilcox en Satur
day evening last to Harry M. Green. The
happy couple will re-ide at Wilcox,
The following p< ms haye been:in Tucson
the pasl week from I-"s Angeles:.William
Lilly. Mr-. E. Pattee, A. Lewis; j. Turner,
t; Pogson, -i. I. Thayer and E. A. Du
folvrr.
■I. hn 11. Wright, late district attorney of
Yuma county, and a son of Judge Wright of
Tucson, win. i i.-t w.cl; went lo Denver to
pn into bu-ire-s with his father-in-law,
Writes hi- father that en his arrival at Den
ver he consulted an eminent physician re
garding hi* I.e. which he injured while
jumping off a (rain at Yuma. .Mr. Wright
we- under the inrorefirion that hi- let was
only Irrul'ed. Hi- doctor now tell- him
that! the leg is broken and to bo
Te>i!. causing hint much pain ami confine
met • in the house.
The machinery for Tucson's r.ew mam
moth ft' ur i g mill has arrived and is being
sol up iii tie ii. wmill lust completed near
the railroad station. The capita! stock of
the Eagle Milling company has been in
creased so as' to keep pace with the growth
of its business.
In the new addition to the Southern Pa
cific railroad depot handsome offices have
been provided for Dr. Fence r, tbe company's
doctor, and he moved into them this week.
At Prescott
PRESCOTT, Ariz., Dee. 27.-Tbe I'nited
Verde Extension mines have been sold to a
big eastern syndicate. The sale includes
fourteen claims and it is learned that inline
eliat development work on a large scale will
be inaugure. ted and a smelling plant erected
that' wiD be larger than the well' known
I last of the Verde company itsplf. the prop
el ly of W. A. Clark. James Shirley of
Phoenix sold the properties for G. W. Hull
an<! others. The price paiel for the property
is not yet given out, but it was certainly a
large one its the mines are said to be in no
way inferior to the properties of Mr. ( lark
which have Ih-cii sue-h great producers,
Jerome is delighted over the news a- il
promises to make a city of that (own. The
syndicate which bought tbe extension
claims is composed of Franklin Fundi, L.
IT. Guertich and W. 11. Cos of Ansonin,
Conn., and New York. Ail the Defining of
Clipper will be done at Bridgeport and An
-onia. Conn., and the copper wil' be 'hippoi'
in a crude slate t" those places from Jerome.
'Ihe committee appointed by the city au
thorities of Proeeott to investigate the' cases
of smallpox said to exist in town, have re
ported that they found two cases of conflu
ent smallpox anel one of discreet smallpox.
A quarantine trill be established and the
disease stamped out. Genera] vaeinatlon
will be ordered.
He-legate to Congress Fleet J. F. Wilson
bas offered the position of private secretary
to himself to Charles Tlernden of Prescott.
'fhe position was accepted and Mr. Haiti
den's duties will commence about Febrnary
next. Hernden is a son of Hun. J. C. Hern
den and until lately was sergeant major of
Colonel McCord's territorial regiment.
Tlie walls of a largo stone fire proof vault
being built by Mr. Clinekscn'os at Jerome
fell the oilier day by reeson of a cave in of
the ground on which tbe walls rested.
At Flagstaff
FLAGSTAFF, Dec. 28.—From Hackberry
nine's iho news that an epidemic of small
pox has broken out in the camp of railroad
lab,iter- there. The disease was brought to
Hackberry by laborers Imported from
Mexico,
The enterprising people of Flagstaff, now
that they have the best Water system in the
territory of Arizona, are determined to have
a railroad from here to tbe Grand' Canyon
of the Colorado. Between here ami the
(.rend Canyon, right on the line of the pro
jected load, lies one of (he' lirtest bodies of
nine timber anywhere in Ihe West. Every
tie needed to build ihe rood enh be obtained
from this forest. This forest is about twen
ty-five miles wide and forty miles long. Be
sides increasing tourist travel to the can
yon the roatl would cause to bo developed
the fine copper deposits to be found along
'he rim of Grand Canyon, Hon. A. T. Cor
nish, an eld railroad man of Flagstaff, is
•lie moving spirit in the enterprise, He has
uwociated v-ith him the Phoenix capitalist,
F. A. Clemming, ami these enterprising gen
tlemen have already had two surveys made
and the most practicable route selected. Be*
fere grading is actually commenced, hew
ever, a right of Way through the San Fran
cisco reservation will have to be obtained,
arid congress will be ISRed this winter tn
grant the same. The project rs of the road
" ill also ask from the territorial legislature
a ton years' exemption from taxation, an
act which has been passed lor some railroad
by nr vrly every legislature for the past eight
yens.
Tie- Sanla Fe Pacific, which is anxious to
increase the Grand Canyon tourist travel,
has offered very liberal bonus and will
help the enterprise along. The new n.ild
". ill be an easy one In construct.
SLIGHTLY MIXED
Defendant Who May Be a Complaining
Witness
What appeared to be a confusino of offend
ers oeetiired at the trial of John and Alex
ander Pachmeyer id Police Judge Morrison's
j court yesterday, who yvere brought up on
c barges or disturbing the peace. It the state
ment* of the defendants wen- correct, one
ol" thorn is the aggrieved party and not Chas.
Pittorf. the complaining witness. The
quartet got info a row over the use of water
iruin the zan'ja near Main and Fortieth
streets. The families live onl adjoining land.
.1. .1. Bart oil, a neighbor, owned the water
for irrigating purposes, and a- he-had no use
for the stream at that p.riod of the day
readily gave his content to Paehmcyer to
use the water. The latter also claimed to
have received permission from the deputy
?.:injero to use ihe water at that lime.
Pachmeyer claimed that on the night of
Thursday he saw that the water had been
;'■ wing over the laud cf I'ittorf, anel think
that the latter had been helping him- li
any authority, went ar.i! tuiiied ofi
.• > iter. Pittorf accused Pachmeyer of
sti.tliiiK Ihe water, and told him lo let the
• • ' lie. Pachmeye'r n plii.il that
!n- tli'.uuht il was I'ittorf who had done the
i -'- Puti abused him, he claimed,
■ iii w !' ek with a sharp-pointed
shovel and struck I'achmeyef on the left
eiiiek. cutting the llcsh. This suspended
i •• • • leu I'acbmeyer retired to bis
Hi- s. i . Alcxatalcr, u.r.t ever to the
water-gate and >,w Pitlort. who nt once
tat ted to alui-e him. Alexeiali r was In
trepid, and advaiiei ,\ toward I' ttorf. shovel
and all. The latter backi d away, with Alex
ander closing up. Alexander explained e.n
the witness Stand that h« had not desired to
hurt Pittorf, but as the tatter appeared to
be afraid be bad followed him up, to keep
him in that state of mind, Alexander's!
I anatomy did not feel tho sharp edge of the
-hovel, though his ears weie treated to a
lathing bj the Pittorf tongue. The wound
ii tin < tdi r Pachmeyer's face extended eh ar
to the bono, and after it had la en dressed
the parent ami son discussed what coins,, to
take for retaliation, 'liny were forestalled
bva warrant which I'ittorf had cam*d'i,, be
i-sii(d for their arrest. The ease wan t iken
miller advisement,
Fernando
FERNANDO, Dec. 30.- Mr. and Mrs. W.
I". Grange! am! Mi- Belle Granger returned
from North Adams, Mass., Sunday.
The Southern 1 Pacific company has'placed
a new boiler washer plant in the round bouse
here. i
The fanners' are etill sowing grain, but
feel very much discouraged over the out
look.
The Los Angeles chamber of commerce
ban apportioned $100 as San Fornando't pari
of the $0000 to be raised to defray the cx
penso of sending a committee to Washing
ton to work in the interest cf the- Nicaragua
canal. The farmer.-' of San Fernando will
uii-e their share.
Textile Fabric From Pineapple Skin
There will shortly arrive in England from
Assam a trial shipment of a new fiber for
textile purposes. The rough cuter eovel ing
of the pineapple is l the raw material from
which the new fiber is made.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1898
STRICT PROHIBITION
NOT EASILY OBTAINED EVEN AT
RIVERSIDE
The Ordinance Will Be All Right but
Legal Licenses Lap Over
Very Badly
RIVERSIDE, Dec. 80.—There promises,
to V>e trouble over the enforcement of the
prohibition ordinance which the new board
of supervisors is expected to pas- in accord
ance with the recent vote en the subject of
the liquor traffic in the county. Under the
terms of the old ordinance dealers in liquors
must make application for a license three
mouths in advance and ibis has l>oen done
by several ol them and the board, thai i^
the old board, will have to gia-it the license
for six months, provided no charge is sus
tained against the applicant. In this case
the seller will have a license good for half
a y ear after the prohibition ordinance goes
into effect.
Two weeks age. I he home of Orlando Parks
in West Riverside was burglarized anil a
valuable watch stolen, it was supposed at
the time that tbe burglary was committed
by tiamps, Today a janitor in this city
named ('.ink was placed under arrest on a
warrant charging him with being the 1 ire
glar. Since the burglary Clark hftfl Sold the
works of the watch to a jewelbt here tinned
Miller for 75 cents ami the ease to another
jeweler, IT. O. Kipf, for stlT. Clark, when
risked] where he got the stolen property,
siiil be bought it of a tramp, but bis story
is not believed. The aul hoi ;it s now believe
that they have at last found a chic thet w ill
lead to the arrest of Ihe | arties who v few
week- ago cntere-d the home of Mrs. Whit
tier and ransacked it of .-S'jriOO worth if valu
able-.
I!. W. A. Godfrey has Begun sail a gained
Rafael Romo, Jr.. lo quid title to lots 0. 7.
17. and 18, seel ion 8. township 2 south, and
ranee 4 west. The property in dispute is
valuable.
Magnolia camp. Woodmen of the World,
will ge. to Redlands tomorrow for the pur
pose of assisting In the ceremony of insti
ll:! ir.g a new camp of the order there.
Tbe grMld jury which went out tn San
Jacinto in a body day before yesterday to
investigate the i-ounty hospital, returned
this morning. Tt is understood that the
members of the jury were highly pleased
with the condition in which they found the
place, and the indications of excellent man
agement to be seen in every detail in and
around the hospital,
An avalanche of hobos descended upon the
town last night and the streets in the sub
urbs were thick with them today, all look
ing for hand-outs. This is (he first niitrer
mis visit these unwelcome "tourists" have
made to Riverside this winter.
The weather here ln-t night was quite
cold. Tlie thermometer went down to n,"
and at one time early : n the evening some l
el ihe fruit growers were fearful lost the full
force of tbe weather bureau prediction,
which slid a hard frost, weuld be felt here.
Frank Johnson today filed for record :i
location claim for WO inches of water in the
Com Spring-- mining district. The water
is tn lv used for milling purposes in con
nection with the King and Johnson mines
owned by Mr. Johnson.
The MflneT case was given to tbe jury this
afternoon. Many Ibink tbe jury will r.ot
ncrcp upon n Verdict,
SAN BERNARDINO
Teachers' Examination Over—Small
pox and Diphtheria Cases
SAN BERNARDINO, Dee. The
board oi education for the county has closed
its midwinter examination anil, giveti nine
primary certificates totht following: Mis.
Belle Poole, Miss Elsie G. Silvcria, -Miss
Flora Mi.'.er, Miss Jessie Hill, Mis- Stella
Wallace. Miss Marie Burneti. Mi-- Louise
K. Sludaer, Mrs. Margaret Olivier, Mr. Bert
Edgar. (If nine applicants for grammar
grade certificates the following were suc
cessful: Miss Mabel Daviet, Mite Helen
ti. Pruitt and .Miss Emma F. Hawkins.
Grammar certificates were given on creden
tials to Mrs. Webster Colton from the Kai.
--.:.s -tale normal and John Corbin from the
Michigan state university. Special grade cer
tificates wire given to Professor A. S. Mc-
Pherron cf Redlands and J. J. ( ro-s. prin
cipal of Central school, .San Bernardino.
The following certificates were renewed:
Mrs. Mary T. Bowler, Miss Bowler, Mrs.
Nettie Deming, Miss Florence Eastern, Miss
M.itgaret Johnson, Mrs. M. C. K. Shuey.
and Mi.--. Until .Martin.
• hut before adjourning for the year the
board pasted; the following! "Resolyed,
that the lihanki of the board of education
a.c ilue the retiring county superintendent
ot schools. Miss Margaret M. Mogeau, for
her efficient work in behalf of the educa
tional interests of this county. We realize
that the last four years bear evidence oi
marked progress in our schools and that in
all this Mi*- Mogeau has played a conspicu
sus put. We are aiso grateful for the dili
gence, care and method displayed by our
co-worker and secretary of this board.
BREVITIES
Dr. Hill, secretary of the- state board of
health, was here yesterday in consultation
with tiiie city trustees in regard to the
diphtheria cases, leaving on the noon train
for the smallpox district near Danby. The
diphtheria is confined lo a small circuit and
is well quarantined. Joseph Marks lost ont
tittle girl and has thn c others very low with
the disease, and their nurse, .Mr-. Lunce
fi el. is also ill at herlnomc. Mrs. Marks
'Lome, but-htr mind i- so .hat ten d. th •'
• '.Ns not realize that he: lititle girl i
id i \i\hit is the matter with t he-others.
I •'tie ugh' 'his is but a temporary aber
n, dm largely to her physical condi
tion. N
V. norlla begird this morning at 11:35
with .tin ti loni \and is blowing a gale.
I'hi ilnstpped to 22 degrees
this li ng, tin "third lime this sea-
I . 11. Welch ol N,. ,n,-\vlio killed Otto
Anderson in a saloon ai I wa * found guilty
■ i inah.-iuuglitcr, with a ri commendation to
ilu mercy of tin court, was brought up for
-.nil ice today, and after overruling a BW
tion for a new trial, Judge Oster sentenced
him to -even .Mar- in San Quentin.
A wedding with some extenuating fea
ture.- was celebrated today before Justice
Knox, tin- groom stating that the couple
had been married last spring at sea. but h h!
Come to the conclusion that another wed
ding would do no harm, and they were ac
cordingly married "lor sure" this time.
Their name- are George Robert Hurd and
Myrtle Fay Newby. At the time of theii
lirsii marriage they resided al Los Angeles
and were married al sea off San Diego, but
they now reside at Wilcox, Arizona.
SANTA MONICA
Burglar's Strange Method of Rousing
Suspicion
SANTA MONICA. Dec. 30. -On Dec.2lst
Robert Kelly ;va» seen by T. F. Henderson
to cut a portion from the Pasadena corre
spondence of a Los Angeles morning news
paper at the public library bete. Kelly yvas
arrested and tried before .liftice Wclb'on
a charge! of malicious mischief. He was
foabd guilty and Sentenced to twenty days
in the county jail, which term he is r.ow
serving.
The article cut out referred to a burglary
committed at Pasadena. After the trial
Marshal Bat ret to started an investigation,
searching the cell occupied by Kelly. Bar
retto found thai pieces ol paper had been
stuffed in one of the cracks of the floor,
in try ing to remove them fennel a chain
and a silver watch. The watch answered
ihe ilte-eription of one stolen from a China
man employed by a Mr. Powell, referred to
in the newspaper article taken. Marshal
Lscey of Pasadena was communicated with,
ami lire.light the Chinaman to Los Angeles,
win re they were met by Unrrctto, llicChina
man fully identifying the watch. Among
the things taken from Kelly at (he county
jail were- two razors, and one of these yvas
claimed by the Chinaman.
FULLERTON
New Crop Oranges Rapidly Going to
the East
FULLERTON, Dec. 80. BfforfS'are being
made to orgatllM a building and loan asso
ciation here.
'Ihe secretary of the association reports
that a large number of orange buyer.- Were
iv town this week.
Ret. J. Beaslej of Anaheim will pleach iv
McDermont's bull on Sunday at 3:!»p. in.
Three carloads ot brick and one ol easing
wete battled out to the Santa Fe wells this
week. One earioad of casing, tluee of lum
ber and three oi brick came in yevtciday
lot' the wells.
Sunday niori ing at the Baptist church the
pastor will preach a New Year's sermon;
subject. "Turning! Over a Sew Leaf."
During Mm week two eat loads of oranges
were (hipped from the Santa tctibel/ranch
and one carload was vitti out by the Karl
company, making twenty-two carloads' of
new-crop oranges shipped from thi« point.
EKsha Spear died at his heme it an early
bout' Sunday morning as the result of an in
juiy sustained in a runaway accident last
week.
William Starbuck thi'- week received a live
alligator from Xew Orleans.
Fifty feet of cement walk has' been put
down in front ofJCarr's store and the post
office.
Ed Bessonett ami Frank Cladena were
badly burned at the Key ranch a lew nights
ago while filling a gasoline tank, an explo
sion taking places.'
Malvern Hill (1. A. It., of Fullerton
I,a- elected the following officers to serve
during 1SIK): Dr. William Freeman, post
commander; E. Burr. 8. V.: J. X. Me Kin
ney. J. V.; O. V". Km,wit on. Q. M.: 11. A.
Stottgh, tergeant; ■'. S. Wallace, chaplain;
A. HcDermott, O. D.; William Fithian,
(). G.
[sane I.yon-*has'sold his place on Orange
thorps avenue for $10,000 and will move
to Los Angeles' next week.
Victor Druce, the Seattle agent cS the
Grand Trunk railway, spent the holidays
here with hit brother. Sidney, who has ju-t
returned frcm an extended visit with his
pateliti in London.
Dr. ('. 1.. Rich and Miss Mullinix were
married Wednesday. The newly-wedded
couple will return from Los Aogelestonight
and occupy the Ruddock residence on Com
monwealth avenue.
HEMET
The Farmers' Institute Interesting nnd
Well Attended
HEMET, Dee. 28.—The farmers' institute
opened here yesterday. The opera house
was beautifully decorated and was well
filled, even to the gallery. A fine exhibit of
lemons, i ranges, grape fruit, raisjns, Aus
tralian musk mellona and potatoes add- to
the attraction. After a piano solo and in
vocation by Hey..las. McDiarmid. an address
of welcome w as made by Prof. E. 1!. Oakley
of San Jacinto. The address by Prof. 11.
Culbertscti, illustrated by actual work, on
pruning called out n shower of questions.
Prof. Spntgue's address on marketing'fell
on ettger ears. A vote showed that all pres
ent believed in co-operation.
Suggestions from the "Home Table" by
Mrs. K. Ik Oakley was so well received end
SO full of practical suggestions that a copy
was requested for pnblicantion.
!'. C. Little of Saw Jacinto urged more
diversity in crops, not only for the good of
th» land but to secure paying crops each
year.
* Prof. Culbertson's address on cultivation,
showing that the old theory of capihtrity
was refuted, was combated by Prof. Sprague.
A hearty discussion showed that all were
in accord in favor erf the lv st cultivation. I .
o. Lee of Heme! read a valuable paper on
alfalfa, slowing how profitable l a crop al
falfa Is, Thirteen tons per acre bad been
secured. One inch of water was enough for
four acres and none too much. The alfalfa
made the land richer, was a superb crop to
feed al! animals and was ns sure as any crop
grown if water was at command.
Prof. Bloletti's White on "Bacteria in
Agriculture" held the attention of the large
audience to the last. The expre--ions of
pleasure at the good influence of the insti
tute were many and hearty.
Miss M. Morgaw, R. I!. Herd. George
Boole, Mr. ami Mrs. William Mead, Thomas
F. Savage and J. A. Williams, residents of
r.n.; Angeles, registered in San Francisco
Wednesday.
CHURCH AND SOCIETY NOTICES
A NOTABLE COURSE OF SIX FREE
lectures on "Christianity," to be given In
the Firs.' Congregational church by Rev.
John B. Koehne of Chicago, beginning
Sunday evening. Mr. Koebne has the
reputation eif Ik ing a poet, wit. scholar,
anel an orator, with tt deep earnestness
running through all his work. Both the
Christian art the skeptic will find It
worth w'h;!'- ;o hear Mr. Koehne. Dr.
Willard Scott -ays: "His lecture©are a
revelation." The N, way YV; bum, Mass.,
says: "Poet, artist, master In the realm
of word painting." 1
PHYSICIANS
MRS. L. SCHMIDT-EDDY, ELECTRIC,
hot-air, Hydropathic and massage treat
ment. Rooms 306-307, 225 S. Spring, tf
OR. UNGER CURES CANCERS AND
tumors; no knife or pain. 107% N. Main
street. tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE—CHEAP; PARTIES.GOING
east; good paying butcher business on
Sprlngst. AddressiP., b:x6, H.ra'd. 2
I BELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS.
1 D. BARNARD. 112 S Broadway.
PERSONALS
MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED
from 819 S. Grand aye. to 018 W. Elgh:h
st.; female diseases treated by electric
ity; cure guaranteed. tt i
The Herald.
Rates for Classified Advertising
Litters—S cents per line for each
insertion. Notice of Marriage, Birth
or Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral
Notices and Special Announcements—
10 cents per line.
SPECIAL NOTICES
GEO. A. RALPHS—GOLD BAR FLOUR,
$1.10; city flour, Soc; pkg coffee, 10c; gran
ulaieil sugar, IS lbs $1; 4 cans tomatoes 23c;
8 liars German Family soap. 23c; 2 Chal
lenge Milk, 15c; 10 lbs ce.ru meal, 15c; 0 bars
Gold Medal Bornx soap. 23c; 11 lbs rolled
wheat or S lbs oats. 25c; 3 cans salmon,
25c; 1 J-lh can beef, 10c; 3 cans Lily Cream,
25c; (i boles sardines. 25c; S-gal gasoline.
75c; coal oil, 55c; K. C. baking powder,
20c; lard, 10 lbs Mc; 10 lbs beans, 23c.
601 S. Spring st., cor. Sixth. Tel. 516. tf
WH RENT, REPAIR, TI'NK, MOVE,
store, exchange, buy. sell pianos; agents
best makes. A. Q. Gardner Plnno Hons?,
US Winston st. 'Phone brown 1225. 1-1
li. A. STEAM CARPET CLEANING CO.
will clean and lay all kinds ot carpets at
4e per yard; nil work guaranteed. 329 E.
SECOND ST. Tel. main 74 tf
GENTS' SUITS PRY CLEANED, 81.50;
pants, 50c; ladles' skirts dry cleaned.
BOSTON DYE WORKS. 256 New High
St., near Temple. tf
DR. R. F. CLARK. KIDNEY" DISEASES
and disease:- of Wi men. Byrne block,
Tiiird and Broadway. tf
MEN'S SOLES. 85c I LADIES', 30c; TO PAY
more is waste of money. 405 S. Spring, tf
FOR WINDOW SHADES GO TO THE
factory, 222 W. 6th. Prices the lowest, tf
WANTED
Male Help
HUMMEL DROS. & CO..
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS
A Strictly RrSt-claas, reliable agency. All
ktnd> of help promptly furnished.
Y'eur orders solicited.
800-803 W. Second St.. basement,
California Dank building. •
Telephone 509.
Office open from 7 n. m. to 7:30 p. in.,
Except Sunday.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Orchard foreman, references; boy,
learn tailoring; wood chopper; paving
block nitekcrs; line-man, S4O etc.; barber,
country.
MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Extra waiters; dishwasher. $15 etc.;
barber; man arid wife, laundry; cook,
play cornet, sin etc.; bead waiter, $50 etc.;
hotel wilier. Sin etc,
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Heuisegirl. Pasadl na. $20 etc.; cock and'
second girl, country, $23 and $20; cook,
city. $25: nurse girl. $16; hotis«glrls. city,
$8 to $25.
LAI H ICS' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
$22.50 and $20; 2 cooks, coun
try, $20; cook, Arizona. $45; 2 waitresses,
Arizona. $20; waitress. $7 week; bead
waitress. $L 5; chambermaid, country, $20;
flannel washer, country. $25 and found;
mangle girl, $20 ard found; extra wait
resses, $1.50 and fare: waitresses and
chambermaids. Pasadena, $2'i; T.llio Pe
terson please call.
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.
WANTED—THE OPERA RESTAURANT,
117 S. Main st., serves the best 10 cent
I meal In the city; open day and nigh:, tf
Miscellaneous
WANTED—GOOD HOME FOR A NICE
healthy little girl. 11 years old. For par
tleuilars call at 207 Wilmington st,
EDUCATIONAL
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
226 S. Spring St., Los Angeles; the eldest,
largest nnd mos: elegantly equipped
commercial school In Southern Califor
nia; hundreds of successful graduates In
banking und business houses; in session
all the year; enter any day; evening
school on Monday. Wednesday and Fri
day evenings; three complete courses
commercial. English und shorthand and
typewriting; a thorough practical and
progressive school; large faculty of ex
pert teachers; rates cf tuition reasonable.
Call or write for catalogue.
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE,
212 W. Thin! St.; oldest, largest, bc-st;elay
and evening sessions; terms reasonable;
catalogue free. tf
BATHS
AIMEE LAMAR, THE PEERLESS
young electric hr-nltr; equated by few,
excelled by none; vapor electric baths;
select patronage only. 131% S. Broadway,
room 6. 27
MISS DORA FRANCIS, CABINET
baths and massage. 808% S. Spring, rom
12. THE NAVARRE. If
GRACE ROBINSON, Y'APOR BATHS
322 S. Spring, room 30, third floor.
X ITT IE HOWARD, VAPOR BATHS, 144
S. Main St., room 7. iv
DENTISTS
ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS,
23Ms »• Spring st.; painless extraction, 30c;
fillings; plates from $1; all work guaran
teed; established 12 years. Hours, 8-5;
Sundays. 10-12. Tel. black 1273. tf
FRANK STEVENS, 834% S. SPRING ST.
Open days anel evenings; also Sundays;
electric lights. Tel. green 1393.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
I.UDWIG & MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE
and retail fruits and vegetables. MoTT
M9AKET, 133 S, Main St. Tel. G5O. If
WATCHMAKERS
~" *" ' '" '"'"" "'
A—s6oo WORTH OF DIAMONDS AND
pearl jewelry al less than wholesale. W.
J. GETZ, Jeweler, 336 S. Broadway.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LUCIEN EARLE, COMMERCIAL, PRO
bate and corporation law. Suite, 42u Bul
lard building. ap 8 Oil
FOR BALE
Houses 1
FOR SALE—FOR 87.80 A MONTH AND
a small cash payment I will build you a
new 4-room cottage, plastered and paint
ed to suit, In my Third Addition, Eighth
and Mateo streets. YVhy pay rent, when .
you can own your own home? C. A.
SMITH. 213 W. First St. tf
FOR SALE—GOOD 4-ROOM HOUSE, LOT
fenced, barn, shed, 3 hydrants, fruits,
flowers, ono block off Pasadena avenue;
price this month 8650. See owner, at 320
Pasndena avenue, City. 18-26-Jan 1-8
WE SELL THE EARTH—
BASSETT & SMITH,
Room 2, Y. M. C. A. building.
' :
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALE—HALF-ACRE LOTS IN
O'Nell Place, on Central aye.. $325; water
cheap for domestic and Irrigating pur
poses. SHERWOOD & KOYER, 144 S.
Broadway. 31
Country Property
SALT RIVER VALLEY PROPERTY
for sale or exchange, YY'e can offer sev
eral desirable tracts of land, Improved |
nntl unimproved, with or without water
rights l , for desirable property in Califor
nia; income property preferred,
Land values, $15 to $50 per acre.
Water right values, $15 lo $25 per acre.
Land Controlling Stock ranges also for
sale. Correspondence solicited.
FOWLER BROS.
Box 715. Phoenix, Arlsona.
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-OLD NBIYVSPAPERS, SUlT
nblo for putting under carpets, etc., in
packages of lot), for 111 cents. Apply at
Herald business office. tf
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT—A FINE FURNISHED o
room house. At room 6, 232 N. Main st.
tf
Rooms
FOR RENT—TWO UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; ground floor; che up;
:o adults- only. 417 S. HID, 31
Furnisbcd Rooms
A—74o S. SPRING; 745 S. MAIN; BEAUTI
fuI furnished sunny rooms, single or in
suits; terms 1 reasonable. 1
FURNISHED ROOMS FROM $1.50 UP
per week. RUSS HOUSE, corner First
and Los Angeles sts. 1-13
FOR RENT-SUNNY ROOMS, $1 WEEK
and up, 25c night; also housekeeping. 519
i S. Spring st. 1 10-99
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN — MONEY, IN LARGE OR
small amounts, at lower rates of Interest
than others charge, on all kinds of col
lateral security, diamonds, watches, Jew
elry, pianos, furniture, life insurance and
all good collateral; partial payments re
ceived; money quick; private office for
ladies. G. M. JO.NKS, rooms 12-14 . 254 8.
Broadway. 1-30-93
A-$20,000 TO LOAN IN SMALL OR
large sums, on personal property secu
rity, collateral security or real estate.
Second floor, rooms 2 anel 3, Knox build
ing, No. 355 S. Hroadway.
23 WESTERN LOAN CO.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, Jeweiry, pianos, sealskins, car
riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and
all kinds of collateral security; storage
free In our warehouse. LEE BROS., 402
S. Spring st. tf
! MONEY LOANED AT NET INTEREST
rates of from 4.i to S per cent per annum,
according to character and size of loans.
EDWARD D. SILENT & CO., 212 W. 2d.
tf
PO IN DEXTER & WADS WORTH, ROOM
308 YVllcox building, lend money on any
good real estate; building loans made; if
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. tf
TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY" ON I
real estate security, I have ft In any
amount at reasonable) rates. WM. F. I
BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
real estate; Interest decreases as you pay.
STATE MUTUAL BUILDING AND
LOAN ASS'N, 141 S. Broadway. 5-20-tf I
$500,000 TO LOAN AT 5 TO 7 PER CENT
net on choice city residence or business
property. F. Q. STORY, 303 Henne block,
122 W. Third St. tf
MONEY TO LOAN—S2OO TO $95,000, ON
city and country real estate. LEE A.
McCONNELL & CO., 145 S. Broadway,
Frost building. tf
TO LOAN—S TO 8 PER CENT MONEY.
I BHADBHAW BROS., room 202 Bradbury
1 block. " tf
EXCURSIONS
HOCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
YVcdnesday; low rales, quick time;
Union depot. Chicago. Office, 214 South
Spring st. tf
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
FOR EXCHANGE — HUNDREDS OF
properties. BEN WHITE, 235 YV. First.
tf
MINING AND ASSAYING
THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE
and Chemical Laboratory. 124 8. Main st.
R. A. PEREZ. E. M . manager 12-4-tf
BOOKS
A-80C WORTH OF MAGAZINES DE
llvercd at house for 30c. See JONES'
BOOK STORE, 226 W. First St.
MEDIUMS I
BEMOVBD—MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM I 1
and Palmist: life reading, business spec I
ulatlons, mineral locations, removals, I
lawsuits, travels, marriages, children, I
dispositions and capabilities; all affairs I
of life. 41fA4 S. Spring- st., room 10. Fees, I
60 cents and $1.00.
MME. LEO. MEDIUM AND CARD
reader, tells past, present and future,
brings the separated together, causes
speedy marriage; all thee In trouble over
business, love nnd family affairs should
see her. Cottage 053 S. Sprlngst. tl
MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND
life business reading medium; all busi
ness affairs of life looked into for the ad
vancement of your future. SIG',4 8. Spring
street. tf
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, INDEPEN- V
dent slate-wrltlng medium and clalrov
ant psychic. 83014 8. Spring St.; hours,
10 to 4. tf
MRS. KATE HOSKINS, TRANCE MO
dlum; sittings dully; eve. by appointment.
Circle Tues. eve., 2;>c; 322 S. Sprlngst.
MRS. L. S. DICKSON, READINGS;
"Gypsy Queen" circle Sunday and Fri
day evenings, 25c. 328 W. Third. 1-8
MISS ELSIE REYNOLDS, MATERIAL- ,
istng seance, one week only, at 243V4 3.
Spring st. Gents, $1; ladles, 50c. 1 !
ELLA M. WHITE, 122 S. OLIVE ST.,
well known Psychometric and Clalrvoy- ,
ant Medium. 1-24
AGNES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE ME
dlum; sittings dally. 85514 8. Sprlngst.
PROF. GEE, READINGS 81. 330V4 S. Spring
tf
LOST AMD HOUND i
LOST - OSTRICH FEATHER UOA. (
Thursday night, west of .Main st.; finder \
will kindly have at Dr. Homer's Health
Temple and receive reward. 81
LOST—SATURDAY, DEOEMRER 24T11,
bonk containing pension ami other valu
able papers. Return to THOMAS PARR,
county hospital, for reward. 1
LOST-ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON,
a seal-skin shoulder cape, trimmed with
musfc-iheads'; Under will r. turn to Herald!
odlee and receive reward. 4
POUND—A PURSE, DEC. 23, CORNER!
Sprint; and Temple. Owner inquire ion
Huena Vitta. 1
POUND—FOX TERRIER, 22U DECE.YI
-ber. Apply at 327 S. Alvarado at: 31 •
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice of Assessment
THE HERALD PUBLISHING OOMPA
ny; location of principal place of business,
city ot Los Angeles, state of California; lo
cation of office, at No. 138 South Hroadway.
No;!ce is hereby given that at a meting
of the directors of the Herald Publishing
company, held on Ihe ltith day of Decem
ber, 1898, an assessment of Un dollars per
share, or ten per cent on each one hundred
dollars of the capital s'.ock of the said cor
poration, was levied upon the subscribed
capital stock of suld corporation, payable
on or before January 18, 1898, in gold coin
of the Uniteel States, to the general mana- '
get- of said corporation, at Its office. No.
136 South Broadway, in said city of Los
Angeles, California. Any s'.ock upon
which this assessment shall remain unpaid
on the 20th day of January, 1899, will bo de
linquent and advertised for sale at publlo
auction, and unless payment Is made be
fore, will be sold on Wednesday, the Bth
day of February, 1899, to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with costs of
advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the board of directors.
G. A. DOHINSON.
Secretary of tho Herald Publishing Com
pany.
Office, No. 136 South Broadway, city of
Los Angeles, Cal. 1-20
Dividend Notice
LOS ANGELES SAY'I.NGS BANK, 230
North Main street. For the six months
ending December 31, 1898, a dividend (No.
29) has been declared, due and payable on
and after January 3, 1599, as follows; On
ordinary deposits at the rate of three (3)
per cent per annum, and on :erm deposits
at the rale of four (4) per cent per annum,
free of taxes. \V. M. CASYVELL. Cashier.
LINES OF TRAVEL
Pacific Coast Steamship CoT
{L. The company's elegant
MgJ steamers SANTA ROSA
HgV and CORONA leave RE
■ Satf*K3™n IH 1X1") al 11 a. ill. and
BE MEWIsT* FORT LOS ANGELES St
■kSMmJ 2:30 p in. for San Fran
i IBbfgdgW Cisco via Santa Barbara
i and Port Harford Dec. 1,
2 6 10 14 18 22.'2ii'. oil, Feb. s'aaid every
fourth'day thereafter. Leave PORT LOS
ANGELES at 0 a. m. and REDONDO at
10 a. m. lor San Diego Dec. 3, 7, 11, 15, 19, 23,
27, 31, Jan. 4, 8, 12, 10. 20, 24 , 28. Feb. 1,
and every fourth day thereafter.
Cars connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe
depot at 9:55 a. m., or from Redondo Ry.
depot at 9:30 a. m. Cars connect via Port Lo»
Angeles leave S. P. R. R. depot at 1:35 p. m.
lor neeamers north bound.
The steamers COOS BAY and ORIZABA
leave SAN PEDRO and EAST SAN PE
DRO for San Francisco via Ventura, Car-
I ulnteria. Santa Barbara, Gaviota, Port
Harford, Cayucos, San Simeon. Monterey,
and Santa Cruz at 0:30 p. m. De>c. 2, 6,10.14.'
18 , 22, 20. 30, Jan. 3, 7, 11. 15. 19, 23, 27. 31. Feb.
4, and every fourth day thereafter.
Cars connect with steamers via San Pedro
leave S. P. R. R. (Arcade depot) at 5:03 p m.
and Terminal Railway depot at 5:25 p. m.
For further Information obtain {older.
The company reserves right to change,
without previous notice, steamers, sailing
dates and hours of sailing.
YV. PARRIS, Agt„
124 W. Second St., Los Angeles.
GOOD ALL, PERKINS & CO.,
Gen. Agts.. S. F
H -LOS ANGELES F
3 TERMINAL £
1-1 RAILWAY CO- |-
Ttttß CARD IN XFFJ2UT NOV. 21,1891
From Los Angeles tv l>ep»rt Arrive
° U i"v in.lf. Pi« Icl1 clu a" 1 oil 143 am
nnd Verdugo Park \ do:2 a pm dS:3spia
JPasadcna. t
Aitndenaand > dB:3.> am dSrWpa
Mouut Lowe I
c._ f dB:4oam <H:lsan
iZ* Satan dl:85 pmdUsllpS
Ixiuglleacu, , (15:Wpm adjoin
CTiTlsland
C.talln. Island '•*>»■ «™jP*
dDally. cSunday. alii, Sunday, saaturd*/
f Ex. Friday.
Jioyle Heights, Downey aveuuo street oar
lines pass terminal suttoui.
City ticket olllce. 214 doutli -"print streot >.
LOS ANGELES AND REDONDO KAIL- I
WAY COMPANY
Los Angeles depot: Cor. Grand aye. and
Jefferson street. Goes Into effect No. Gth.
Leave Leave
Los Angeles Redondo
for Redondo: for Los Angeles
8:30 v. m., dally 8:00 a. m„ dally
1:30 p. m.dally 11:00 a. m., dally
4:30 p. m.. daily 3:10 p. m., dally „.
11:30 p. m., Sat. only 0:30 p. m.. Bat. only
Take Grand aye. electric cars or Main
St. and Agricultural Park cars.
L. J. PERRY, Superintendent.

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