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HOW THEY PAID GOOD COIN FOR A COUNTERFEITING PROCESS. A Patent "Way to Make Five Dollar Gold Pieces—One Man Who Paid Out a Cool Thousand Dollars for the Secret. The Progres Californien, a bi-hebdom adal French paper published in this city, has, in its issue of yesterday, the following sensational article: COUNTERFEIT MONEY MAKING. "For want of space we are obliged to delay the publication of the facts rela tive to the manufacture of counterfeit five-dollar pieces in a French house of shady reputation in this city. The counterneiters, an Alsatian and a Cuban, left town hastily about two months ago, after having skillfully duped a French scoundrel who is well enough known to our readers. In a few days we shall get at these fellows the whole force of the United States courts." * * # * The story is about as follows, as it is known to the federal officers of this city: About three months ago an Alsatian and and a Cuban took rooms at a hotel on Upper Main street. They had plenty ci money and lived high. After a time toy began to make acquaintances, and at last to one of the proprietors of the lodging house they said: "We have a capital scheme for mak ing money," and on being pressed to explain they stated that it was the man ufacture of five dollar pieces. They had, they claimed, smokeless furnaces, and the work could be done anywhere with out any danger of detection". One of the gulls bit, and he was taken to the rooms to see the process. The smokeless fur nace was heated, some metal fused in a crucible and the dies prepared, and in a short time a white metal fac simile of a gold piece was turned out. "Now, then," said the Alsatian, "all we have to do is to plate this witli gold, and we will have a five dollar piece which will only cost us about four bits." He took a small electric battery from his valise, arranged the paraphernalia, and, during the pretended plating pro cess, by a clever act of legerdemain, he changed the metal fac simile for a gen uine five dollar coin. "There you see," lie said to the gull they were working, "take that out and spend it, and I'll bet you a hundred dol lars no one picks it up for a counter feit." The chump of course found no diffi culty in passing the coin, and not know ing how he had been gulled, he paid a thousand dollars cold cash, in good gold coin, for the secret. A fruit dealer on Upper Main street, also, was gathered in for a small amount, as were several other gulls. The sharpers reaped quite a large harvest of good money for bad, and de camped without giving up to anyone their secret of turning a white metal piece into a gold five-dollarcoin. Though they gave their victims full directions, somehow they could not master the details, and failed to get rich as fast as' they expected. Several prominent members of the North Main street colony were victim ized, and will be put to considerable more trouble if the federal grand jury takes hold of the matter and makes it a subject for examination. The police learned of the work being done, but too late to take action, as by some means the scoundrels got warning and took flight. HIS NAME IS DENNIS. And He Says That He Not Jacob is the Baby's Father. The attorneys for the defense in the $50,000 damage suit brought by Miss Jennie Marshall against Jacob Taylor, had an innings yesterday. Their de fense is that Jacob Taylor, the defend ant in the present suit, is not the father of Miss Marshall's baby. Taylor testi fied at great lengtli. He swore that he had had very little to do with Miss Mar shall when she officiated as waitress at his hotel in Del Mar. In fact, Taylor swears that he was never criminally in timate with the complainant, and that he never even visited her room. He ad mitted meeting Miss Marshall at the Arcade depot in April, 1889, when he was on his road to Arizona. He also admitted that Miss Marshall went to Arizona on the . same train, much to his surprise. He also had to admit that he had stopped at the same hotel with her at Plm nix, Arizona, and that they had come back to Los Angeles together, but that nothing improper oc curred on the trip. Taylor also testified that viigH Marshall had told him that a step-brother was responsible for making her a mother. The witness was cross examined at great length, and made way for Dennis O'Brien, the young man in the case. O'Brien caused a sensation by testify ing that he had been crimin'allv inti mate with Miss Marshall at the hotel by the Bea. He stated that the intimacy began six weeks after the arrival of the young woman at the hotel. The witness appeared to be remarkably reluctant to answer questions. He will be cross norning, when the case will bo resumed. ATTENDING TO BUSINESS. The Work the Supervisors Accom plished Yesterday. Che Wo rd of "upervisors met yester day and transacted considerable busi ness, Tho application of J. AY. Francis f ',' granted. He was al lowed one chief clerk at $160 a month, two depul at >00 and two at $90. The pi uL.t ot Judges Shaw and Mc- Kinley that the county pay the rental of I,ongley Brothers' telephone, as the two departments use the telephone on official business, was granted. S. T. Anderson was appointed justice of the peace at San Antonio. Tho resignation of W. R. Ooverly as road overseer of the Rosedale district was received. The horticultural commission pre sented a voluminous and carefully pre Highest of all in Leavening Power.—TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. '17, 1889. ABSOLUTELY PURE THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1890. pared report. The clerk was instructed to thank the association for the results accomplished. The report of Dr. Brainerd was read to the board. The request of Mrs. Ran some and Mrs. Strohin, for a regular al lowance for the Ransome home, was taken under advisement. On motion of Supervisor Davis, Dr. Boal was requested to turn over to the chairman of the board, such money as was intrusted to him by Van Flyse", an indigent at Electric. The communication protesting against the Chinese laundry on Pico street, west of Vermont avenue, as a nuisance, was referred to Dr. Pratt, the health officer of that district. No action was taken on the communi cation in regard to stopping work on the Cahuenga road. J. F. Isbell of Rivera deeded the right of way to the county of certain prop erty, and the same was declared a pub lic highway. Tha bids of F. M. Townsend and F. N. France, for grading at Garvanza, were taken under advisement. The old Cahuonga road was declared a public highway. The eastern extension of the Santa Monica foothill road was also declared a public highway. The opening of bids for furnishing the court house was postponed until Decem ber 22d. The bids for supplying the county hos pital were next opened. The following were the successful bidders: Dry goods, Stern, Loeb & Co.; groceries, Frankel & Co.; meat, Simon Cohn ; bread, Louis Cohn. AMUSEMENTS. The Aus Der Ohe Concert Last Night. At Turner hall last, night, in the pres ence of a rather small but most culti vated audience. Fraitleiri Adele aus der Ohe gave her first piano recital in this city. The programme was a very clas sical one, rtinning as follows : L Sonata, C major, Op. 53 Beethoven Allegro con brio lntroduzione (Adagio uiolto.) Allegretto moderate. 2. (a) Gavotte, D minor Bach (b) Nocturne, D flat. On. 27, No. 2 ) „, (c) Ballad, v minor ( Chopin 3. Carneval. Op. ») Schumann Preambule—Pierrot.— Arlequln.— Valse,no ble.—Ensebius.—Florestai:.—Coquette.—rfepli- que.—Sphiuxe.s.—Pepillons — Leitresdansantes, (A. S. C. If.—S 0. H. A.)—Chlarlniv—Chopin,— Estrella.—Reconnaissance.—Panlalon. et Col umbine.—Valse aliemande.—Paganini—Aveu. Promenade—Pause. Marche di.s I> ,vldsbuendler cbotre les Philis ftni 4. - Don Juan"—Fantasia Liszt. The programme speaks for itself. It was rondered in the moat artistic man ner. Miss Aus der Ohe has a strong delicate touch. The notes fall in perfect spheres at every touch of the keys. There are few pianistes in the world who are half her equal. Next Saturday she will give another recital, the follow ing programme being set forth for the occasion: 1. Sonate, C mnjor, Op. 2 No. 3 hrrthoven Allegro con brio. Adagio. Scherzo. Allegro assai. 2. (a) Pastorale i „ (r. Caprlccio .. ' j SiatkUti c) Menueta y .ntique.. ' Padercimki Id) Kigaudon g air 3. (a) B -recuse , (ft( Valse, A flat, Op. 42 ... } Chop in (c) Andantespiauatoetgr. Polonaise) 4. (a) Nocturne. ) (6; Tarantelle di bravura j Litzt KKANK DANIELS. Frank Daniels has been smashing theater records in the most reckless manner. He has just played to the largest week ever known at the Califor nia theater, San Francisco, and has car ried away the banner left behind by John Russell's City Directory company. This is the third visit of Little Puck to the Pacilio coast, and that it should have beaten the record of all other farce comedies which preceded it is a big feather in Mr. Daniels's cap. Manager Frank Murraysays that "not only have they beaten the record in San Francisco, but they carried away the banner from Omaha, Salt Lake and Portland, on their way to the coast." Mr. Daniels and Little Puck appear to be growing stronger every day. The company is now the laigest'ever en gaged in the profession of farce-comedy in this country, numbering twenty-four people. They open at the Los Angeles theater for four nights, beginning Thur sday, December llth, and no matinee. TUB SWEDISH O.V AKTETTE. Illinois hall was jacked last evening with a large and enthusiastic audience to hear the Swedish quartette, assisted by that most charming elocutionist, Miss Barden. This quartette is under the management of the Star Lecture Bureau, and it certainly reflects credit on the gentlemen in charge here for bringing so high classed a company to this city. It was more than appreciated last night, us it received encore after encore. Miss Barden is simply delightful; she captivated the audience from the start. A concert by the quartette, assisted by Miss Barden. will be given at the Los Angeles theater, Monday night, and will be a treat, for lovers of quartette music. HE HOODWINKED THE COURT. Hood, the Embezzler of Furniture, Is Not Insane. Hood, the colored man, yesterday with drew his plea of not guilty and pleaded guilty iv Judge Cheney's court. He will be sentenced today. This is tne man who burglarizeda residence on Fifteenth street in broad daylight. He took out all the furniture during the absence of the owner from the city and sold it to a second hand dealer. Hood was ar rested and escaped a term in San Quen tin for the time being by pretending that he was insane. So well did he act his part that he was sent to the asylum. A Reliable Remedy. Allcock's Poitous Plastkks never fail to give speedy proof of their efficacy as the best external remedy for Weak Back, Kheuiuatism, Colds. Coughs, Kidney Difficulties, Liver and Stomach Aft'ection«,Straina,and all Local pains. They have been in use over thirty years, and their value has been attested by the highest meiiical authorities as well as by voluntary and unimpeachable testimonials from the thousands who have used them. Ask for Allcock's, and let no solicitation or explanation induce you to accept a substitute. Co to Mullen, Bluett & Co. lor ovorcoats. W. Galer. printer, 310 West First street. FINE BIRDS. THE SECOND ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF THE POULTRY ASSOCIATION. A Large Attendance and General Satisfac tion—Splendid Specimens of All Varie ties of Poultry on Exhibition—A Show Worth Seeing. The second day of the poultry show, which is being held at - 431, 433 and 435 South Spring street, is eclipsing the very successful one held last year in this city. All day long a steady stream of visit ors have been in attendance. On every side exclamations of surprise and pleas ure are heard, and the magnificent specimens shown are an eye-opener to those who are not accustomed to any but barnyard fowls and boarding house spring chicken. On entering the hall the Wyandottes, silver and gold laced and white, claim the attention and are well worthy of it. The pens have already the awards and score cards on them. Such scores as 92, 93, 94 and 96 grace the coops. Following these are the Baned Plymouth Rocks,among which are some of the finest specimens ever seen in this city. The first prize cock erel in this class has a score of 9(i,with a close competitor in one bred by Mr. Paul, of this city, whose bird scores 94. The entries in this class are large, but are left far in the rear by the S. C. Brown Leghorns, who number over fifty. W. W. Thurston is in the lead here, his fowls being among the best in the show. Following these the coops are filled with birds that would be a credit to any show. Light and Dark Brahmas, Buff and Partridge Cochins,Langshang, both black and white, the latter being exhib ited by O. J. Abbe, of Lawrence, Cal., who deserves much credit as being the only northern breeder who has accom panied his fowls. The White Leghorns, White Minorcas, Black Minorcas and Houdans receive a large share of atten tion. S. S. Hamburgs are not largely represented, but the specimens shown are good. A pen of Red Caps are elicit ing universal interest, as but lew of this variety have been shown in this city before. But the crown ing point is reached at the three exhibits of Indian games. Some of these birds have been but recently im ported from England (despite the Mc- Kinley bill; and are "bloomin" speci mens. Pit Games are well represented, as are B. B. Red Games and Black Min orcas. In the annex are the incubators, pet stock and sale birds. Mammoth Bronze turkeys remind the visitor that Xmas is near, while the discordant yells of the Toulouse geese are music in the ears of the epicure, and visions of "pate de foie gras" float before his eyes. Taken all in all, the exhibition is a fine one, and well deserves the large share of patronage it is receiving. The poultry industry is one that is receiving much attention, and the time is fast approaching when California will not need to import any fowls or eggs from the east except for new blood. This increased interest is largely due to the efforts of the County Poultry Associa tion, and to the wide dissemination of the journal. Poultry in California. All interested in fowls will miss a good thing if they fail to attend, and the lessons taught in the poultry show will be appreciated in after years" by all the inhabitants of California. The management have decided to keep the show open on Saturday, so as to give all a chance to attend. ROYAL ARCH MASONS. Installation of Officers and a Grand Banquet. Lob Angeles Chapter No. 33, Royal Arch Masons, installed their newly elected officers at their hall, No. 125. 1 * South Spring street, last evening. The attendance was very large and the in stallation ceremonies impressive. The officers installed were C. F. A. Last, high priest; Edward Anthony Preuss, king; Heyman Solomon, scribe; John Goldsworthy, treasurer; William A. Hammol, secretary; W. fl. Riggs, captain of the host; M. Morris, royal arch captain ; master of the first V., W. T. Jeffries; John M. Glass, masterof the second V.; Cyrus Willard, master of the third V.; H. Louis, guard. After the installation the newly elected officers expressed their appreciation of the honor conferred upon them, and at the closing of the chapter the members repaired to Jerry Illich's, where a splended supper was served and toasts responded to in an ap propriate manner. The newly installed high priest, C. F. A. Last," on being called for a few remarks, paid a high tribute to the noble objects of Masonry, and concluded by thanking the mem bers for the distinguished post they had placed him in. His remarks were very appropriate and loudly applauded. After speeches by others the banquet came to a close. Among those present were: E. A. Preuss, Judge A. M. Bragg, Cvi us Wil lard, Satn Prager, C. F. A. Last, W. A. Haminel, M. Morris, J. M. Glass, J. J. Mahouey, W. H. Kiggs, H. Louis, W. T. JelTries, John R. Purvis, Heyeman Solomon, Robert E. McGregor and" many o hers. UNCLE SAM'S COURTS. Several Cases Which Will be Attended To by the Federal Officials. James W*. Bower was yesterday ar rested ou a warrant for illegally register ing in the town of Sierra Madre on the 23d day of September. It is alleged that Bower at that time was a subject of Great Britain. He was arraigned before United States Commissioner Van Dyke, and held to answer the charge in the sum of $500. Bower furnished the bail, pending hiß trial before the federal court. The preliminary examination of Juan Vegiel took place yesterday before United States Commissioner Van Dyke. He was held to answer on the charge of selling liquor to Indians, with bail fixed in the sum of $260. H. H. Barker is in the toils. He was arrested by a United States deputy mar shal for intimidating a man from settling on a tract of land in the Los Virgines district. JACK WAS CENSURED. The Proceedings of the Fire Commission at Yesterday's Meeting. The board of fire commissioners held a short and unimportant session yester day morning, in the mayor's office, only three members being present. After approving a number of demands and requisitions, the board took up the communication presented by Colonel W. S. Moore at its last meeting, relative to the salaries of employees of the depart ment, but in his absence it was tabled. Jack Hughes, engineer of Company No. 4, was censured for taking water from the zanja instead of from the tire plug, at the recent cracker factory fire. The board then adjourned. THE CHRISTMAS FAIR. Residents of the West End Enjoy a Unique Entertainment. The Christmas fair at the Plymouth Congregational church, on West Twenty first street, attracted a large number of the residents of the west end yesterday, most of whom took advantage of the op portunity it afforded them of obtaining articles suitable for Christinas presents, and at the same time lending their as sistance in a substantial manner to the good cause for" which it was designed. The fair is somewhat heavily handi-. capped by reason of its location, but though a little out of the way it is very easy of access, as it is only" one block distant fromeitherof the Figueroa street car lines. To give a detailed account of the al most innumerable articles displayed up on the tables in the various booths would be well nigh an impossibility, as they include nearly everything in the way of useful and ornamental wares. The great est difficulty to be encountered is that of deciding what not to buy, as at every table there are so many beautiful things, that to look upon alone creates a desire to obtain. It has been decided upon to give a mu sical entertainment, at which several talented young ladies connected With the church have promised to lend their ser vices, and another interesting feature will he added this evening in the shape of a prophet's cave, where fortunes will be told for a small consideration. The supper room annex is one of the specialties of the fair, and has proved one of its most remunerative branches, as it is crowded every evening. The fair will be continued today and tomorrow. A New Flsli and Game Market. Robert Krohn, who is well known, has opened an extensive fish, game and poultry market at 302 South Spring street, corner of Third. Mr. Krohn has gained an enviable reputation in this line, having been with Fred Haniman, of the Los Angeles fishing company, foi the past four years. This new estab lishment is one of the largest and most elaborate in Southern California. He will make a specialty of fresh fish, game, poultry, oysters, etc. The market is supplied with large refrigerating roomß and tanks capable of holding several tons of fish each. Mr. Krohn will en deavor to supply restaurants, hotels and families, with fresh goods at the lowest possible prices, and his well-known bus iness ability will undoubtedly secure him great success. A I.list. Dog- Bob Martin, of No. 522 South Los An geles street, reports that a fine setter dog has come to his house. It has a collar on and a muzzle. The owner will call. What a Lady Saw on Spring Street. This lady was not violating any of the laws of the city and had no intentions of doing so, but she had a perfect right while walking down the street to look out for her own interest, and as she j assed 507 South Spring, near Fifth, she discovered a lady buying household goods, and she was to pay only 25 cents a week on them until the bill- was paid. So she concluded to buy her lace curtains, chenille curtains, table covers, bed sets, clocks, albums pictures, etc., •from llnniphrey's, 507 South Springstreet. Go to Mullen, Bluett & Co. for overcoats. Art Exhibition. Do not fail to see our grand art exhibition, embracing all Ihe latest domestic and imported designs of fancy needlework and embroidery, to be held at our salesrooms, 210 South Broad way, this week. Open day and evening. Sinuir M'F'u Co. Go to Mullen, Bluett & Co. for overcoats. Fine Blooded Stock at Auction! Messrs. Beeson A Rhoades will sell to the highest bidder at unction, on Saturday morn ing, December 13th, at 10 a. ra., at their yards. 213 South Main street, the fine full blooded bull "Hercules," age i 2 years, valued at $25u. Go to Mullen, Bluett & Co. for overcoats. Eastern Produce Co., 133 East Flrat St. Best eastern hams. 11c and bacon, pork, 10c; lard, 9c. Creamery bu'ter, 25c and 30c. Best re.l butter always on hand. Go to Mullen, Bluett & Co. for overcoats. A Rare Opportunity. Until after the holidays I will make the finest finished cabinet phtngraphs, formerly «7.00, for $5.00. All are invited to call and inspect samples. F. G. Sciiumaciikk's Studio, 107 N. Spring street. Wall Paper—New designs, at 7c, 10c. and 15c. a roll. White blanks and gilts. Samples scut. Dealers supplied. 237 S. Springstreet. F. J. Bauf.k. Go to Mullen, Bluett & Co. for overcoats. Choice staple groceries, really good genuine goods, suitable for best family trade, at Sey mour & Johnson Co. Soups, plum pudding, jellies and jams. Sey mour <t Johnson Co. DIED. KEYES—At her late residence, No. 433 S. Broadway, December 9, 1890, Mrs. Sophia A. Keyes, aged 03 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend tho funeral on Friday, De cember 12th, at 2 o'clock p. m., from the First Congregational church. For improved and economic cookery use LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF For Beef Tea.Houps, Made Dishes, Sauces (came, fish, etc.), Aspic or Meat Jelly. Keeps le-nirth of time, and is cheaper and of finer flavor than any other stock. Genuine only with.), voii Lleblg's signa ture as above. In blue. Ouep und of Extract of Beef equal to forty pounds of lean beef, 10-9-iuou-th-lm MtniK Bronchitis, UWIfCO boars, re.;:. Whooping Cough, Croup, Sora Throat, Aitlnna, und every at.ection cf the Throat, Lungs am! Chest, iiHudinjr Consumption. Sli«edy aridpcnnaitpiit. tlcivjin«siitued "I. Butta.'* ~r\JMERICAN FISHING CO., Cor. Third and Spring streets. Fresh Fish, Oysters, Game and Poultry. Fresh Lobsters, Crabs, Kh-imps and Clams re ceived dully. Shipping fish to sll points In Southern California, Arizona, Texas, Old and New Mexico a specialty. Telephone 036. P. 0. Box 1323. 12 11 am ROBKBT KROHN, Prop. THEY CAN WED. Loving Couples Who Have Legal Au thority to Commit Matrimony. The marriage licenses yesterday is sued from the county clerk's office were as follows: Henry Murray, aged 24, native of Texas, to Miss Jennie Burleson, aged 19, native of Texas. James Sharp, aged 35, native of Ken tucky, to Miss Annie Bache, aged 30, native of Wisconsin. Charles Turney, aged 27, native of Il linois, to Miss Mary A. Payne, aged 19, native of California. 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On my recommenda tion she procured your remedy, and for three months, the fits of epilepsy by which she has been so long subject have ceased entirely. Sound its Praise Until Dying. New Haven, .Conn., July 1888. The trouble with which I suffered for ten years was nervons exhaustion. I tried many remedies and many doctors with varying results, my most trouble was insomania, being unable to act scarcely any sleep, but got the most snbstantial benefit from Koenig's Nerve Tonic. I will sound its praise until my dying day. MRS. MARGARET EH NT, 774 Chapel Btreet Cur Fatmphlot for nuE«vevs ol nervous i.. "■eases will be sent 4Vee i;> sny address, or.d poor patientn can also obtain this modiciiK Jree of chargo from us. This remedy has been prepared by the Reverend Pastor Kienig, of Port Wayne, Ind., for the prist ten years, and ib now prepared under bis di ••eo tion by tbe KOENI9 MEDICINE CO., SO Wilt HallHO, COT. Clinton St., CHICAGO, ILL SOLD BY DRUCOtSTS. Price $1 per Bottle. 6 Roulen for $5. C F. HEINZKMAN, Druggist and Chemist, 222 North Mairi" f reet. - - Los Angeles, Cal CHANGE _0F FIRM. To my Patrons and all whom it may concern: This is to certify that I have sold to Messrs. Alexander B. Anderson and Peyton L. Randolph, and have received from them the purchase price for all my business, heretofore carried on and con ducted by me at the Mott Market, in the city of Los Angeles, under the name "Los Angeles Fishing Company," to gether with the goodwill thereof, and all the furniture, fixtures and general out fit belonging to said business, and hav ing obligated myself to refrain from carrying on or conducting any market business whatever in the city of Los An geles of the character of that so sold by me, I hereby earnestly commend to my former patrons, one and all, my succes sors in said business, Messrs. Anderson and Randolph, and bespeak for them a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed upon me in the past. Very respectfully, F. Haniman. ' Witness: J. L. De Jarnatt. Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 5, 1890. In view of the above, and as it is our intention to have always on hand the most complete assortment of fish, oysters, game and poultry obtainable, we would respectfully request a continu ance of your patronage, which we will endeavor to merit through our prompt attention to your orders. Yours very respectfully, 12-9-Ut Los Angeles Fishing Co. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. No. 6 Bertha (s 5-hole) Ban-e t 9.00 No. 7 Bertha (a 5-hole Range 10.00 No. 8 Bertha (a 5-hole) Range 13.00 I am overstocked with Gasoline Stoves and am selling them at $4 Less Than Eastern Prices. EVERY STOVE GUARANTEED! A flue line of Dry Air Refrigeratorsat very low prices. A full line of Medallion Range* Stoves sold on the installment plan at,' F. E. BROWNE'S ml2-tf 130 S. Main SL, opp. Mott Market TN THF. SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUN 1. ty of Los Angeles, £tate of California In the matter of the estate of James Gorman, deceased. Order to show cause why order of sale of real estate should not be made. Richard Dillon, the executor of the estate of said deceased, having filed a petition herein duly verified, praying for an order oi sale of real estate of said decedent, for the parpoaes therein set forth. It is therefore ordered by the said court that all persons interested in the estate of said de ceased appear before the said superior court on Friday, the »th day of January, 1891, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, at the court room of said superior court, department 2 thereof, cor ner of Franklin and New High streets, in said county of Los Angeles, state of California, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said petitioner to sell so ranch of tbe real estate of the said deceased as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeks in the Los Angeles Daily Herald, a newspaper printed and pub lished tn said county of Los Angeles, W. H CLARK, Judge of the Superior Court. Dated 9th December, 1890. 12 10-id 5 MM! & 11 146 North Spring St MEN'S Furnishing 1 Ms. LARGE STOCK Bill MS! NECK DRESS, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, DRESS SHIRTS, Initial Handkerchiefs, underwear, umbrellas, Mufflers, etc. Popular Prices. FINANCIAL. PACTITCLOAN COMPANY—IjOXnS iv any amounts on all kinds of personal property and collateral security, on pianos without removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in warehouses; partial payments received, money without delay; private offices for con sultation; will call if desired; YV. K. DeGKOOT, Manager, rooms 14 and 15, No. 124% South Spring st. m3O $1,500,000 TO LOAN AT R. G. LUNT'B LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY, Redick block, cor. First & Broadway. Loans made on improved city and country property; 9 per cent gross city, 8 per cent gross country. Building loans made. Bonds ne« otlated. Agent for the GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, of San Francisco. tul-tl MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATE ON personal property of all kinds; buy notes aud mortgages; no commission. CRAWFOKD & McCREERY, Koom 11, N. E. corner First and Spring sts 11-27 MONEY TO LOAN—PARTIES HAVING gilt'.dge security can borrow money at 7 per cent, interest in sums of not lobs than $5000. Apply to rooms 80 and 87, Temple block. 12-9 7t $ 1 t\lU\ Ot Ml T0 '-OAN AT 0 TO 9 PER nPI •UVR/.UUV cent, on Improved property city, town and acreage, in large or small sums. CHALFANT & GREENING, Perrett building. 127 W. Third st. mlO 11m LOS ANGELES LOAN CO. WILL LOAD money on pianos, without removal, diamonds, jewelry, carriages, horses and any thing of value, private rooms for consultation; all business confidential; money without delay. ROOMS 8 AND 9, Wilson block, cor. First and Spring sts. W. D. Eckstein, manager. m29-tf fIfcKAA (iftfl TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED city and country property; low est rates; loans made with dispatch. Address the Northern Counties Investment Trust, Ltd., FRED. J. SMITH. Agent. Pomona. Gal. MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DlA monds, watches, jewelry, pianos, seal skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. IJCE BROS., 402 8. Spring, mIB-tf ONEY LOANED ON IMPROVED CITY and country property, bondß and storks. Any amount, low rates. Bonds bought. JNO A. PIRTLE, 138 S. Spring street. an3l-3n< IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY no commission, at prevailing rates cf inte est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main s. o-aa-tf MONEY TO LOAN CHEAP. F. E. HOLLOWA\ 15 California Bank Bnllding. 0-CO-tf EXCI/KSIONS. OVERLAND EXCURSIONS LE IVB I.OS AX gclcs every Tuesday for all points cast vL the New Broad Gauge Line Denver and Rio Grande, Colorado Midland and Lock Island Railways, crossing the sierra Nevada mountain hy day time via Salt Lake City, I*ad»ilh Royal Gorge and Pike's Peak, passing through the grandest scenery of the Rocky mountain*. Through tourist sleeping cars fully equipped also free recllniug chair cars. Call o. or address F. W THOMPSON, lUB South Sprln- St., Los Augeles. Ual. je2 10m personally con C 3 ducted Excnrsions East, via "Rio Grande Rv.. every Monday. Broad gauge ear to Chieajn; J. C. JPDBQN A CO., 119 N. Spring St. \el'Jr\s SANTA FE ROUTE STILiTaHKAD OF~AIJ competitors, both in time and distance, t< all points East. Special tourist excursions East every THURSDAY. For full information, ap ply to or address any agent, or CLARttNCK A. WARNER, Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring. julM WAUTERS'B SELECT EXCURSIONS TO all points east. Personally conducted to Boston. 118 N. SPRING ST. ma 29 tf ONLY EXCURSIONS RUK -1 nine TOURIST SLEEPERS THROUGH TO BOSTON. Office. No 132 N. Spring st. HHM. BUREAU— GQOD mining properties bought and sold. Min ing prospects and mines bonded, and capital furnished for development of those that can he shown to have merit, NOLAN * SMITH, office 132 North Spring street, Los Augeles, Cal. au24-6mo m