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THE COURTS.
Participants in the Itata In
cident Indicted.
The Aaron Abbott Perjury Case
on Trial.
The Corporate Limits of San Pedro
City.
Judge Shnw Scores a Jury—"Key." Sam
uel Fleming's Case Bobs Up Again.
Notes of Cases Acted Upon.
The United States grand jury made a
partial report to Judge Ross yesterday
forenoon, and was thereupon excused
from further attendance at court till
June 20th. The report, as far as can be
learned, contained six indictments, two
of which were returned against Geo. A.
Burt and Capt. O'Farrell, supercargo
and master respectively of the schooner
Robert and Minnie. Another of the in
dictments was brought against the Yu
ma Indians who have.been lying at the
county jail for the past few months,
charging them with murder. The Indi
ans are named Mojauquadiver, Chu
delewu and Hamahsalanu, and they are
accused of killing one Capedaor. Ho in
formation could be obtained as to whom
the other indictments were for, as the
men are not yet under arrest. It is not
known whether they have any reference
to the Robert and Minnie affair or not.
Warrants were issued for the arrest of
Captain- O'Farrell and George A. Burt
as soon as the jury's report was read.
O'Farrell, who has been at liberty on
$5000 bonds since his former arrest, was
brought in and kept at the marshal's
office throughout the rest of the after
noon, Judge Ross being absent from the
city at his ranch. Supercargo Burt re
turned from San Diego on the 1 o'clock
train and was arrested shortly after.
Judge Ross came into the city at 5
o'clock and Burt's bond for 110,000,
which was the sum required, was ac
cepted. O'Farrell, who was held in the
same amount, was unable to get sureties
last night and was compelled to go to
jail. He hopes to get bail today.
Mate Cain and the four seamen in the
county jail as witnesses were not in
dicted, but they are still held to testify
in the trial of Burt and O'Farrell. The
bond of two of them is fixed at $1000,
and the remainder at $500 each.
THE ABBOTT PERJURY CASE.
The trial of Aaron Abbott on the
charge of perjury, alleged to have been
committed by swearing to the statement
that he bad only visited a certain notor
ious fiouse on Alameda street twice
within a certain time, when he was on
trial in the police court for vagrancy,
was continued yesterday morning at 10
o'clock in department one of the superior
court before Judge Smith. Officers Be
van, Rohn and Vignes and Lottie Miller-
Abbott, wife of the defendant, were on
the stand in the forenoon. The testi
mony of the officers was to the effect
that Abbott came to Lottie Miller's
bouse lepeatedly during the time men
tioned in the complaint, and was seen
there by the patrolmen almost every
day. Abbott put on the appearance of
a workman by wearing a pair of overalls,
although he was never known to do any
work. Vignes testified that he had
seen Abbott go to a mortar pile and
daub these overalls with mortar so as to
make them appear to have been used.
When the prosecution closed, C. C.
Stephens, Abbott's attorney, moved that
the juiy be instructed to acquit, but the
motion was denied. Lottie Miller, Mrs.
M. A. Young, Joseph Hyland, Mrs. Hy
land, James Walsh, Fred Rasmus,
Charles Smith, Mrs. Merced Abbott and
the defendant himself testified in the
afternoon. Mrs. Young, who keeps a
lodging house in East Loa Angeles, said
that Lottie Miller boarded with her,
and was home and in bed by 10 o'clock
every night. She understood that Lot
tie was "in business" on Alameda street.
Joseph Hyland, clerk of the Pico house,
aud Mrs. Hyland, his wife, testified that
Abbott came to the house on
February 14 and remained there
during the next month, sleeping there
every night. A man named Walßh,
who claimed to be a painter, said that
he had worked for Abbott in painting a
house on Alameda street, and Mrs. Ab
bott swore that her son had always
earned his living at his trade. The tes
timony was all in by 5 o'clock, but the
counsel had no instructions ready, and
the case went over till today.
AN INTERESTING CASE.
Judge Clark yesterday handed down
an interesting opinion in the case of F.
Wiedwald vs. James H. Dodson, et al.,
the defendants forming the board of
trustees of the city of San Pedro. The
suit was brought to obtain a writ of
mandate requiring the trustees to call
a special election to determine
whether or not the boundaries
of San Pedro should be changed
and certain territory excluded. The
case was Bomewhat complicated. One
election was held to determine the
same question and the trustees, on can
vassing the returns, declared that a ma
jority of the votes were in favor of no
change in the boundaries. A suit was
brought alleging that the election
resulted differently, and asking for a
writcompelling the trustees to so declare.
At the same time a petition was circu
lated for a new election and presented
to the trustees, who refused to issue a
call. Suit was then brought for a writ
to compel them to call such an election,
which was the case decided yesterday.
The trustees maintained that the first
suit involved the same questions as the
one at issue, and therefore plead that
case in abatement. Judge Clark held
differently, however, and ordered the
writ to issue.
SCORED THE JURY.
Judge Shaw, yesterday morning,"took
occasion to make-some very pertinent
remarks to the jury which tried the case
of Ah Charley, charged with conducting
a percentage poolgame, which, after be
ing out some twenty-one hours, failed to
agree. When court convened, yester
day, the jury was brought into
the court room, and the foreman
announced that owing to the stubborn
ness of one individual, who stood out for
conviction, they had been unable to
reach a verdict. The juror thus de
nounced said that he had been bulldozed
and bullyragged by the rest of the jury
for hours and he didn't propose to stand
it; be had done what bis conscience di
rected and no more. Much to the sur-
Srise of the eleven, Judge Shaw took a
and and defended tbe one. The de
fendant was plainly guilty, be said, and
he conld not understand how sensible
men could think otherwise or hesitate a
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1891.
moment. And the learned eleven left
the box crestfallen. Attorney Appel,
who defended Charley, says that, owing
to the judge's remarks, he will ask for a
change of venue.
"REV." SAMUEL FLEMING.
The hearing of the motion for a new
trial in the Fleming case comes up in
department one today. Among the
affidavits offered in support of the mo
tion is one by Fleming himself, who
alleges that he heard Juror Richmond
say, during the argument of the case,
after Fleming had spoken in his own
behalf, "D—n him; he's guilty, and
we'll sock it to him."
This Fleming alleges occurred on the
stairs on the night of May 14th after
the adjournment for that day and be
fore the case went to the jury. The
district attorney has prepared affidavits
refuting all of the allegations of the de
fense.
COURT NOTES.
Before Judge McKinley, sitting in de
partment six, yesterday, Manuel Flores
waa arraigned for assault with a deadly
weapon. Monday, June Ist, is the time
set for pleading.
John Magnusson, a Canadian, was ad
mitted to citizenship yesterday by Judge
McKinley.
The case of Messecar vs. C. J. Rich
ards et al., an action on a bond to re
cover liquidated damages to the amount
of $1500, was heard in department six,
before Judge McKinley, and submitted
on briefs.
The foreclosure suit of E. Schieffelin
vs. E. Jj. Blair et al. was decided in fa
vor of plaintiff yesterday by default, in
department four, and judgment ordered
for $3915.80.
In department five Judge Shaw sat all
day in the divorce case of E. H. Boyd
vb." S. J. Boyd, which was heard with
closed doors. A decree waa finally granted
to the plaintiff with the custody of the
minor children.
The case of Barclay vs. Severance is
still on trial before Judge Van Dyke in
department four.
The Leonis will case is attracting as
much attention as ever in department
two. Counsel for Nettie Pryor are still
introducing testimony, but the end of
the case is probably near at hand.
THE MYSTERY THICKENS.
A Search About Ravenna Fails to
Locate Royal.
M. F. Wood, a friend of the Royal
family, went to find Con's ranche, which
he waa told was near Ravenna, on a
search for the alleged missing man
Royal. He returned yesterday and was
seen by a Herald reporter, whom he
told that he had utterly failed to find
Royal, though he bad made a thorough
search all about Newhall, Ravenna and
the Soledad cafion, and that as far as he
could ascertain there waa no such place
as Con's ranche.
Detective Fred Smith waa also seen
by the reporter, and stated that there
was no question but what Mr. Royal was
a few days ago in the region he had
located him in. He might have left
since then.
Mr. Alfred Moore was met by the
reporter, and he threw a new complica
tion into the matter by stating that he
met Mr. Royal three or four days before
his disappearance, and in conversation
had said that he intended to visit his
property in the oil regions of Ventura
in a few days. When Mr. Moore heard
of Mr. Royal's disappearance he had
called on Mrs. Royal and told her what
her husband had said about going away.
Street Superintendent Hutchinson in
this connection has written to the Her
ald aa follows: "Will you kindly cor
rect an error in your paper of the 26th,
where it is stated that the cost to the
city of the street superintendent's search
ing party, for the missing Royal, would
be $200, more or less. I would like to
state that the services of the entire
party that accompanied me were given
free and without expense to the city nor
anyone else."
iIOS ANGELES STREET.
The Action of the Property Owners on
Monday Evening.
The property owners on Los Angeles
street, who objected to the job conceal
ed in the plan of opening that street, at
the south, met at Opera hall on Monday
evening. The committee appointed at
the last meeting to confer with the
council reported that that body had
agreed to stop the proceedings if the
property owners would pay the expenses
incurred, amounting to $1500. This
was agreed upon.
Loa Angeles street was divided
into districts, and the following collec
tors appointed to collect a 2 per cent,
levy from property owners on the
amount of their respective assessment:
Second street to Fifth street, Dr.
Ward and Mr. Perret; Fifth street to
Eighth street, Chas. E. Lemke and Dr.
Burbank; Eighth Btreet to Twelfth
street, A. H. Denker and H. T. Finney;
Twelfth street to Nineteenth Btreet, J.
M. De Celia and J. D. Barrows; Nine
teenth Btreet to Twenty-third street, A.
J. Muckridge and E. J. Jones; Twenty
third street to Twenty-ninth street, E.
Leak and Dr. Millard; Twenty-ninth
street to end, A. R. Fraaer and Mr.
Rozell.
Aa it is necessary to raise the amount
of $1500 by Saturday, the 30th inst., the
collectors will commence at once upon
their duties.
BRADFIELD'S EXAMINATION.
No New Matter Disclosed at Yester
day's Session.
The examination of Mason Bradfield
was continued yesterday afternoon be
fore Judge Owens. The defense had an
innings, but nothing of a sensational
character was adduced. Ben Gone tes
tified that he found a revolver on the
peraon of Joe Dye, at the morgue, but
that there were no other weapons on hia
person. Several witnesses testified in
regard to Dye threatening the witness.
After a session of two hours, the exam
ination was continued until 2 o'clock
this afternoon, when the defence will
introduce testimony to show the hard
reputation of Dye.
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Bakery,
Ebinger's bakery and ice cream and dining
parlors, cor. Tnlrd and a. spring sts.
PRINCESS HATZFELDT
She Owns the County Jail
Property
• — -
And the South Wing of he
Court House,
Together With Her Sisters and ler
Brothers.
President C. P. Huntington, as Trut cc,
Will Have the Claim Prosecuted
The Facts of the Case.
Her Highness the Princess HatzMdt
and her brothers and sisters own the
Los Angeles county jail, and the scith
wing of the new court house. Wht t is
more Her Highness intends to take >os
session of her property, and to this !nd
the machinery of the law is about tc be
set in motion.
Here's a pretty state of things. He c's
a how dedo. The case will be contested
of course in the courts, but there se<ms
to be very little doubt but that Pr isi
dent C. P. Huntington, of the South un
Pacific company, aa truatee for the Stod
dard heirs,lof whom Princess Hatzfektis
one,can show a clear title to the prop* rty
and will either take it or force the i ity
to buy it from him at a fancy figure.
Who is responsible for this blundsr?
Quien sabe. There have been sev< ral
abstracts made of the title, and these
have been approved by the supervisors
and the district attorney. Like most of
the blunders by which the public suftpre,
the responsibility will doubtless! be
shifted from one to another, and nobne
will be held responsible.
The property involved consists of 150
feet, beginning on the Fulton block line
and running north on New High street
that distance, and extending clear back
to Broadway. As stated above, ft in
cludes the land on which is located the
county jail and the south wing of the
new court house.
Attorney C. C. Stephens ascertained
the defect in the county's title to this
property, and he and Judge Hie knell
have been retained by Mr. Huntington
to proaecute the claim. The atory in
brief is as follows:
The county's title to the property in
question was derived by a deed from
the city. The city had years ago granted
a portion of the land now occupied by
the new court house to Alexander Bell
for a residence location. Mrs. Bell did
not like the place and Bell deeded it
back. It was claimed for a time that
he had deeded it with a condition that
it was to be used for school purposes or
revert to his heirs, but the deed does
not show this, and this story is denied
by ex-Governor Downey who was a wit
ness to the transfer. But be this aa it
may, by some error, Bell in transferring
the property back to the city included
in the deed property which he did not
own, but which was a portion of the
Stoddard property. The Stoddarda
formerly owned a large section of the
block, and now own the northeast cor
ner of Broadway and Franklin atreet.
Mr. Huntington's first wife waa a Bis
ter of Mr. Stoddard of the San Antonio
canon, who is the father of Princess
Hatzfeldt and father of Mr. Hunting
ton's two nephews, the Stoddard boya,
who are railroad men on the Yuma di
vision of the Southern Pacific road, and
of Mrs. I. W. Lord. Mrs. Huntington
at her death left Mr. Stoddard a life in
terest in the Loa Angelee property, with
a reversion to Princess Hatzfeldt and
the Stoddard boys and girla at his
death.
The attorneys for Mr. Huntington, the
trustee for these heirs, claim with con
siderable reason] that their title ia com
plete. The county, it is understood,
claims that tbe statute of limitations
will cover the matter, but this is open to
doubt; and the chances are excellent
that through some official stupidity the
county will be put to great loss and
trouble. The intrinsic value of the land
itself is about $250,000, exclusive of any
claims for rentals that may be made,
and exclusive of the value of the build
ings.
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5-20 2t
l?OR SALE —CHEAP—I PITTS SEPARATOR,
X 1 40 inch cylinder; 1 Ames engine, 15-horse
power; Jackson feeder; in fact a complete
threshing outfit; also other farming imple
ments for sale, at Laguna Ranch House, 6
miles southeast Los Angeles city. J. GILBERT,
Superintendent. ' 5-16 21t
OR SALE—THE MACHINERY OF THE
Florence winery; 2 steam boilers, engine,
steam pumps, 2 stills, crusher and elevator, hy
draulic press, fermenting tank, etc., etc., the
latest improved, all in good order. Call on or
address JAMES F. MOONEY, 430 E. Seventh
St., Los Angeles, Cal. 5-10 lm
FOR SALE—CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
wagons bought, sold and exchanged, or ad
vances made until sold. 128 San Pedro St.,
near First. 5-5 3m
FOB SALE—LIVE STOCK.
FOR
price, one-quarter mile west of Santa Fe
and Redondo Beach R. R. crossing, 5-19-15t
ROOD MARE—THE ADVERTISER HAS
a fine handsome brood mare which he will
exchange for a good buggy horse. Apply at
this office or at the stable of P. CLOS, Flower
St., near Tenth. 312 tf
LOST AND FOUND.
RED
cashmere cloak. Please return to 415 S.
Spring st 5-27 3t
STRAYED OR STOLEN—3 SHETLAND
ponies; 1 black stallion. 1 black gelding, 1
sorrel and white; anyone having seen or found
them notify GEO. H. BONEBRAKE, Los Ange
les National Bank. 0-27 tf
I^OST— ,25 REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR
J the return of a Duvall long-haired, black
dog, with brown feet and white breast; lost
from 245 S. Olive St.. Sunday, May 17. F. J.
HART. 5-27 It
LOST-SEALETTE SHOULDER CAPE ONMAY
25th, either on Olive, Courthouse, Grand
avenue or Temple street. Finder will receive
reward for returning to ANDERSON & ANTER
SON, cor. New High and Temple sts. 5-26-21
'
PILLSBIfRY A CLEVELAND, "CIVIL AND
hydraulic engineers, 121 S. Broadway.
4-14 3m
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A 5 A fooP FoR INFANT} IT No EOVAL.
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Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
CHILDS & WALTON, So. Cal. Ag'ts, 118 S. Main St.
AMUSEMENTS.
NOVELTY * THEATER, fc-
North Main, near Flrat Street.
The Family Theater of Los Angeles—Strictly Moral, Refined and Meritoiious.
WEIEIK c ?"« D ay, MAY 23.
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME!
THREE SOLID HOURS OF FUN!
FREE FROM COARSENESS OR VULGARITY.
ADMISSION, lOC and 20c. :-: CURTAIN at B:1S I*. M
Matinees Saturday and Sunday at 3
NEW LOS ANGELES THEATER.
H. C. Wvatt, Manager
TONIGHT! TONIGHT!
LAST PERFORMANCE!
GREAT SUCCESS!
GREAT SUCCESS!
Direct from New York,
Hamlin's Farce Comedy Co.
Presenting Paul M. Potter's Farcical Surprise,
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GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
McLain <fc Lehman, Managers.
4 NIGHTS 4-
AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
Commencing WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3
KATIE EMMETT!
In her great play,
i THE WAIFS OF NEW YORK j
A Realistic Picture of the Lights and Shadows
in the Great Metropolis.
A POWERFUL COMPANY and
ELABORATE SPECIAL SCENERY!
Seats now on sale.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
McLain & Lehman, Managers.
Tuesday Evening;, June 2d,
Complimentary Benefit tendered to
MANAGER
MARTIN LEHMAN
—BY THE —
OWL DRAMATIC CLUB!
On which occasion they will present T. W. Rob
inson's original comedy in three acts,
CASTE!
With new and appropriate scenery,
costumes, etc.
The Club will spare no effort to make this
performance fully up to the standard of excel
lence already attained.
Admission, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 Box office
open for sale of reserved seats on Friday, May
29, at 10 o'clock.
SEVENTH REGIMENT, (ARMORY HALL
Broadway Street, opposite Postoffice.
GRAND MAY FESTIVAL
For the benefit of the Church of the Angels.
—COMMENCING—
Monday Evening, May 25tb.
—AND ENDING—
Saturday, May 30th.
An entertaining vocal and instrumental pro
gramme nightly; also ancient Indian andSpan
ishldauces. Admission, 25cents. Season tick
et st* 1. 5-21-td
ARMORY HALL.
GRAND MAY FESTIVAL,
For the benefit of the Church of Our Lady of
Angels, commencing on the 25th and closing
on the 30th, Inclusive, to be held at the
Seventh Regiment Armory Hall,
Opposite postoffice, Broadway.
ANCIENT SPANISH DANCES a specialty.
Change of programme every night.
Lunch served on those days from 11 to 2.
rpHE NEW VIENNA BUFFET.
; THE ONLY FAMILY .RESORT j
114 and 116.COURT BT., opp. Courthouse.
F. KERKOW, Proprietor.
Free Entertainment and Concert Nightly.
Matinee on Wednesday from 2 to 4.
THE
: Xl NQSLEY FAMILY. :
Fine Lunch and French Dinners from 11 to 3 p.m.
Imported Pilsner Erlanger.
Lemp'i Extra Pale on draught . 4-29 lm
ANHEUSER-BUSCH CONCERT HALL,
403 N. Main street
GRAND
FREE CONCERT!
Every Evening by
MISS ADELE GREVE'S LADIES' ORCHESTRA.
Anheuser-Busch Beer on draft, 5 cents.
Karls Dutzler .V Co., E. L. Sieweke,
4-8-tf Proprietors. Manager.
ANGELES NATATORIUM
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON !
: WARM SWIMMING BATHI ;
Hot and Cold Baths for Ladies and Gentlemen
in Porcelain Tubs at all hours.
Large Dressing Room in connection with
Ladies' Baths.
W. J. McCALDIN, Pres't and Manager.
3-19-3 m
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in 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 cor.
sulfation; will call If desired; W. E. DeGROOT,
Manager, rooms 14 and 15, No. South
Spring st. m3O
J^EMOVED—
B. G. LUNT'S
BANKING AND INSURANCE OFFICE
IS REMOVED TO
227 W. SECOND ST.,
ADJOINING HERALD OFFICE.
Ju l tf
MONEY LOANED— '"
On all kinds of personal property and col
lateral security or anything.of value,
In sums to suit,
No Commission.
Buy Notes and Mortgages.
CRAWFORD,
Rooms 11 and 12, Los Angeles National Bank
building, N. E. cor. First and Spring sts. 11-27
$1,000,000 T at lowest rate of interest.
WM. MEAD & CO.,
209 South Broadway. 5-24
WR. BURKE. NOTARY PUBLIC. 155 N.
. Spring st. Loans money 6to 8 per cent.
5-23 lm
THE CALIFORNIA LOAN AND TRU&T
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MONEY TO LOAN—FROM 5 TO 20 YEARS,
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call or address IRWIN & STUCHELL, Room 7,
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OR BALE OR TO RENT—THE SOUTH
Pasadena hotel and about 4 acres of im
proved land. This property is situated six
miles from Los Angeles, in the city of South
Pasadena, .opposite the Santa Fe depot. The
hotel contains 40 sleeping rooms, and is piped
throughout for gas and hot and cold water and
fitted with electric bells. There are 120 orange,
44 apricot, 52 peach, 17 nectarine, 5 quince, 3
almond. 37 apple, 3 pear, 6 plum, 3 prune, 2
fig and 6 loquat trees, and a small vineyard, to
gether with a beautiful garden of flowers and
shrubs. For further particulars address or in
quire of DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 fN. Marengo
aye., Pasadena, Cal. 5-26 12m
FOR SALE—MY HOUSE AND STORE—
CHARLES PAM PERL, dealer in hardware;
crockery and house furnishing goods, Ana
heim. Cal. 5-19 tf
FOR RENT—BOOMS.
T7OR RENT—6 NICE ROOMB. FURNISHED
I or unfurnished; front rooms $1.25 per week,
side rooms $1 per week for furnished rooms.
Apply 218 Boyd st 5-27 3t
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
rooms at 512 Temple St. 5-24 tf
l/OR RENT—DOUBLE PARLORS, FINELY
Jj furnished, with privilege of light house
keeping. 730 Temple St., corner Flower.
5-10 tf .
TO EXCHANGE^
FOR EXCHANGERS WILL EXCHANGE THE
equity in a paying warehouse for a stock
of merchandise or real property. Other busi
ness requires my entire attention. Address
Herald office. 5-24 3t
OR EXCHANGE-3 HOUSES AND LOTS
in city for well improved ranch near town.
ROBERT D. COAT* & CO., 228 W. Flist St
5-23 lm
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTItn-MIHt'ELLANBOOB.
a^te^^h^u^s^o"e^nt~all ovbk
the city. J. WHITKHORN, 228 W. Firit
street, 5-20 tf
ANTED—FOR CASH, 2000 TONS OF HAY
and 200 cords wood. Apply Ht 417 and
419 Seventh St., corner Olive. VESfASIKN
LACROIX. 5-22 lm
WANTED— HOUSES TO RENT ALL OVER
the city; special attention paid to renting.
SAM N. OSBORNE, 227 W. First St. 5-9 lm
TICKET TO CHl
cago. Address, giving particulars, Z. X.
V.. Box 60, this office. 4-28 tf
ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAP
est place at BURN'S', 256 8. Main St.
1-27-tf
WANTED—HELP*
W~a i help! hTslpi
KEARNEY & ROCKEFELLER. Ladies
department conducted by Mrs. Kearney. 129
S. Spring st. 54 girls-Waitresses, chamber,
nurses, second girls, cooks and housework, $20
to (40. Housekeeper; teachers foi Arizona,
$50 per month. Men's Department— 20 men te
pull beets; also 10 boys, 7 ranch men, $26 to
$30;5 men, sawmill $1.25 per day and found;
cooks and dishwashers, $30 to $60; buggy
washer, $60. Hello. Telephone 951. Eastern
office. Call early. Your orders solicited.
' 5-27 U
\\T ANTED—COAT AND PANTS MAKERS.
TV GABKL, The Tailor, 345 N. Main St., city.
5-37 3t
ANTED. — ONE EXPERIENCED MAN,
with small family, to work on orange
ranch. Apply on ranch half mile north of.
Mission church, San Gabriel. D. W FARGO.
5-21-7t
ANTED—CITY CANVABBER; BIG COM
mission; before 10 a.m. or between 4 and
s'p.m. Room 46, Bonebrakebuilding. 5 10tl
ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP FREE—
Employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU; established 1880
Office, 319H S. Spring; residence, 451 8. Hope
St., cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113.
11-20
WAIVTen-FEKIALK HELP,
W" HOUBSV
work. Apply 815 W. Eighteenth St., near
Cherry. 5-26 2t
ANTED — FIRST-CLASS TAILORESSEsT
Apply at 202 N. Main St.; room 1, Up
stairs. 5-8 lm
ANTED—LADY CANVASSER FOR CITY;
big pay and high class work; call before
10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. Room 46, Bryson-
Bonebrake block. 1-25 12m
WANTED —AGENTS.
SnpTLENDuT" GOOD
rustler. Call at Room 39 New Wilson Block
between 9 and 10 a. m. 5-27 5t
WANTED— AGENTS TO SELL THE PlN
lessClotheß Line; the only line ever in
vented that holds the clothes without pins; a
perfect success; patent recently issued; sold
only by agents, to whom the exclusive right is
given; on receipt of 50 cents we will send a
sample line by mall; also circulars; price list
and terms to agents; secure your territory at
once. Address THE PIN LESS CLOTHES LINE
CO., 17 Hermon st. Worcester, Mass.
3-29 Sat-Wed 12mos
ANTED—OUR AGENTS MAKE $100 TO
$300 a month selling our goods on their
merits. We want county and general agents,
and will take back all goods unsold If a county
agent fails to clear $100 and expenses after a
thirty days' trial, or a general agent less than
$250. We will send large illustrated circulars
and letter with a special offer to suit territory
applied for, on receipt of 3 one-cent stamps.
Apply at once and get in on the boom. Address
RENNER MANUFACTURING CO., Pittsburg,
Pa. 3-5-3 m
FOB SALE—City Property.
OrHsALE^alsPEclaL^^
5-room cottage, lot 60x140 to alley, nice
lawn and flowers, within the ' v mile circle;
price, $3000 For particulars call on M. L.
SAMSON, No. 217 W. First st, city. 5-17 tf
FOR SALE—A GREAT BARGAIN—LOT 70
feet front, house 6 rooms, bath and all mod
ern improvements; finely finished and conven
iently arranged; Inquire at premises, 227 E.
Twenty-third St.; will be sold cheap; terms, %
cash, balance to suit purchaser, 8 per cent.
5-16 lm .
FOR SALE—3 BUSINESS BLOCKS ON
Spring St., bet. First and Fourth,
paying a rental of from 7 to 8 per
cent, on value; price today, $75,000
to $80,000
3 wholesale business lots, temporary
improvements, on Los Angeles St., in
the midst of wholesale business;
price per foot $400t05550
3 good large business lots on Broad
way, the best bargain offered, bet.
Second and Sixth sts.; price today
per foot $300 to $650
20 feet, Spring, near Fourth $20,000
Handsome home on Pearl St., very
large lot $25,000
Large elegant residence Adams st. . $11,000
Beautiful home, 12 rooms, large lot,
Grand aye., near Washington. $9,500
Beautiful 6-room cottage in a desira
ble block on Hill St., lot alone worth
price $8,000
A desirable 6-room cottage on Flower. $5,000
A cozy 5-room cottage on Adams St.,
large lot covered with orange trees,
windmill, barn, cement walks $2,200
A very desirable 6-room cottage on
Grand aye., modern, gas fixtures $3,600
V/ 4 story 9-room house, modern Impts,
house cost more than price $3,500
A nice 5-room house near West Lake
park, lot 58x150, in good shape $1,800
Large beautiful corner lot, Bonnie
Brae tract, 100x150 feet $4,500
50 feet on Grand aye., near Pico 53.300
50 feet on Flower, near Pico $1,900
An acre lot with two cottages, corner
Tenth and Union aye $5,000
Beautiful lot on Severanco st,, near
Adams, covered with orange trees... $1,500
By MORRISON & CHANSLOR,
5-1 lm 139 South Broadway.
OR SALE—BRICK BLOCK ON FIRST ST..
below Main; very cheap; rented to good
tenants. Apply to DR. GEO. P. ALLEN, 211
W. First St. 5-3 tf
1 —
FOB BALE—Country Property.
Ontario; good water right (25 shares); water
Slped to the place; house 4 rooms, hard finish,
am, etc.; 5 acres in vineyard in bearing; 5
acres Navel orange trees, 1 year old; 10 acres
olive trees, 3 years old; 5 acres gum trees, 3
years old. Would exchange for good city prop
erty. 5 acres south of the city, good 2-story
house; alfalfa, orchard, etc ; convenient to
school, street cars, churches, etc.; this will be
sold cheap. 20 acres at Ontario; 17 acres in
orange trees (Washington Navels and Mediter
ranean Sweets) 4 years old; 3 acres in white
Adriatic figs in bearing; all fenced: 20 shares
of water stock; water piped to the place; would
exchange for good city property. A. J. MEAD,
238 W. First St., Room 5. 5-27 2t
OR SALE-FORCED TO PAY DEBTS.
Choice alfalfa, corn, grain and fruit land;
running water: fenced; cultivated; will pro
duce $40 to $60 per acre annual Income; 17
miles from Los Angeles, % mile fram railroad
depot; price down. COWAN. Admr. BAX
TER, attorney, 175 N. Spring St., room 8.
5-13-eod-tf
OR SALE—SOOO ACRES. CHEAP HOMES
for all; 5000 acres, the best fruit and al
falfa land in Los Angeles county, from $4 to $7
per acre; water 4 to 15 feet from surface, and
artesian water in large quantities 225 feet from
surface. Will sell in large or small tracts; terms
to suit. DAVIS & GRIDER, 112U 8. Broadway
* 5-24 tjel
TjVJR SALE-ORANGE LAND, CHEAP; 10
_F and 20 acre tracts; flue water in abundance
piped ready for use deeded with the land; beau
iiful surroundings in tbe midst of a fine class
of people, close to railroad station, school,
churches and stores; also a few choice bargains
in improved orange orchards and fruit ranches.
WOOD & CHURCH, 227 W. First st. 12 E.
Colorado St., Pasadena. 5-8 lm
® 1 K(\ PER ACRE—WE HAVE FOR SALE
3plOU a few acres of the choicest prune, or
ange and raisin land, with best of water; charm
ingly located near railroad at La Canada, 10
miles north of Los Angeles. C. H. Mc ARTHUR,
La Canada; W. D. GOULD, Temple block, Los
Angeles. 2-26 tf
FOB BENT—HOUSES.
oIJeD^HOUSeTcORNER
Hoover st.and Bryant aye., near Washington
st.; car, grass, flowers and young fruit trees.
$8, with water, 5-27 c o d 3t
OR RENT—FURNISHED OR ONFUR
nished houses all over the city. J. WHITE
HORN. 228 W. First St. 5-26 tf
OR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE. 2916
S. Main St., containing 6 rooms and bath,
stable, chicken house and room for servants
separate. For terms apply on premises until
June 1. 5-15 15t
FOR RENT—S3S PER MONTH: 1131 S. HILL
St.; 9 rooms; latest Improvements. Sea
from 9 to 11:50 a. m.
For rent, $30; 13-room lodging house, Leon
block, Wilmington st.: $10 per month: store
same location. See from 2to3p. m. 5-13-lm
OR RENT-HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY.
0. A. SUMNER * CO., 107 3. Broadway.
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