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HOY MAY SQUEAL.
The Jury Found Him Guilty
in Five Minutes.
Witness Stump's Very Peculiar
Evidence.
A Gauzy Tale About Green Consent
ing: to the Fraud.
Jadce McKinley Fnts an Unwilling Wit
ness In a Bad Scrape—Hoy to Be
Sentenced on Wednesday.
He Is Liable to Sqaeal.
John C. Hoy, who forged Morriß M.
Green's name to a mortgage and promis
sory note and then impersonated Mr.
Greea for the purpose of defrauding O.
A. Stassforth of the sum mentioned, waa
yesterday found guilty of the crime.
The caae waß tried in department six,
several days being taken up in hearing
evidence. It is a caae with many com
plications, and from some of the evi
dence introduced it would appear that
a number of parties besides the con
victed man and Ed. L. Baker, who will
Le tried Monday, were in the scheme.
The missing witness, J. K. Stump,
turned up at 9 o'clock yesterday after
two attachments had been isaued for
him by the court. Judge McKinley
hrptight him up with a round turn, and
after he gave his evidence the court or
dered him in the custody of the sheriff
for contempt in not appearing after be
ing served with the usual summons.
Stump, unfortunately, did not have
the $500 required by the court for his ap
pearance Monday, and waa turned over
to Jailor Pallett, who will take care of
foitn until the contempt case is settled.
Stump's testimony waa something of
a revelation, and showed upon what
:-.;.'!) grounds the defendant sought to
escape the law. He swore that on the
day Baker took Stassforth to the prop
erty sought to be mortgaged, and intro
duced him to Hoy, who was playing
Mr. Green, the real Green was at wit
riesses'a houße with hie wife upon
Stump's invitation.
The witness told that Green said he
waa very glad Stump had invited him
on that particular day, as he had en
abled him to gracefully absent himself
from. home. He thought it exceedingly
kind of Mr. Stump.
According to the latter, Mr. Green,
the real Green, said he wanted to raise
some money on his place, but his wife
was opposed to it. In order to pull the
■wool over her eyes Green aaid he had
procured Hoy to aign his, Green's, name
to the mortgage and negotiate the loan.
On cross-examination of thia witness
it. was developed that immediately fol
lowing Hoy'a arrest and before hia con
federate, Baker, had been taken in cus
tody, Stump went to Green's houae and
requested him to let the case drop
against Baker.
During the trial it came out that
Stump stated if the caae waa pushed it
might implicate him (Stump), and that
Green went to his house and asked
whether he was implicated in the job.
Mr. Green stated in his examination
that when Stump aaked him to atop fur
ther proceedings he said he would be
implicated.
The defendant testified that he was
authorized to sign Green's name by Mr.
Green himself and that he was to have
$ 100 from Baker for doing the work.
The case waa given to the jury about 4
o'clock, and in five minutes after they
had retired to the jury room the verdict
was agreed upon. Judge McKinley re
manded the defendant to appear on
Wednesday next for sentence.
The trial of Ed L. Baker, who tried to
get Stassforth to loan the money, ia Bet
HK Monday. Baker is under bonds, but
with Hoy's fate staring him in the face
it is the general opinion that lie will
seek a more congenial clime. It ia ru
mored that Hoy does not propoae to suf
fer alone and will make a confession
which will implicate persons as yet un
known in the matter.
J'ASADENA STAR TWINKLES.
John Boyd and eon, of Morrison, 111.,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Burr.
Arrivals at the Acme: E.W.Payne
and wife, Los Angeles; W. D. Sill, wife
and child, South Bend, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Evans, of San
Joee, have been visiting Mr. and Mra.
H. B. Sherman for the past few days.
4 well-attended meeting of the Valley
Mailt was held in the Carlton parlors
last pvening, President Frank Bolt in
tiie chair.
GrßDrge F, Granger left on today's
overland for Detroit, where he will re
main for about three weeks. Mra.
Granger will return with him.
Lieutenant Sutliff, of the Markham
guards, might have been auited with a
voting' soldier in the family, but it is a
daughter and he ia eminently satiafied.
'The following new memberß were re
ceived laat evening: Mr. and Mrs. W.
18. Wright, Mra. YVinslow. Miss Carrie
Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grin
reU.
Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle, who have both
beeu suffering from illness of late,
were cheered Thursday by the arrival of
their daughter, Mrs. Griffith, from Salt
Lake.
Mta. Fanny Burt, who lately resigned
lier position in the public schools of this
city to take a place in the Detroit schools,
lett for that city today, accompanied by
tier daughter.
Tbe first run with the hounds will
take place next Saturday, when the
meet will be at the corner of Marengo
and Colorado. Lunch will be taken at
tbe Arroyo park, near Devil'e Gate.
The neighbors of a family on Dayton
Btreet are considerably exercised over
the illness of the wife and mother, a 8
she refuaea to employ a phyßician, but
depends upon the ministrations of a
faith healer of Los Angeles. The woman
ia very sick, the husband ia out of work,
and several small children and the
household affairs are in the handa of
the eldest daughter, a girl about 14
years oi age.
One of the students of Throop Uni
versity, Guy Hardiaon, of Santa Paula,
met with a painful accident while play
ing in the basement of the building
yesterday. In running at full speed he
came in contact with a post that he had
failed to see in the dim light of the
r jim. The impact knocked him to the
lioor "with such violence that he was un
conscious for a time, and a subsequent
examination by Dr. Van Slyck led him
to fear that concuasion of the brain had
resulted. After paasing rather a bad
wight the young man waa able to be up
this morning, however, and he will soon i
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 8, 189 L
be all right again. His father, Hon. W.
L. Hardiaon, came over from Santa
Paula and spent the night with him.
The Shakespeare club held its regular
aession yesterday afternoon at tbe Carl
ton, Misa Thompson, president, in the
chair; and nine members present. The
topic of the day waa Bryant, and four
most interesting papers tinder the heads
of Biography, Traualations.Fairy Stories
and Bryant aa a Poet of Nature, were pre
sented by Miss Lang, Mrs. A. X, Nash,
Mrs. Willard and Miss Boynton. Ac the
latter could not be present her paper
was read by Miss Thompson. Mrs.
Manahan, Mrs. H. J. Vail, Miss Anna
Dane and Miss Scoville were elected to
membership.
The subject ot the annual tournament
of roses on New Year's day chiefly occu
pied the attention of the members. All
present were enthusiastically in favor of
giving the tournament and making it
the best yet held. A proposition from
Mr. Patton offering the club the use of
grounds in the Wilson pasture adjoining
town on the southeast was accepted,
and it was decided to fit up a track and
other conveniences there as soon as pos
sible. Tbe beautiful location of the
grounds, with the noble oaks covering
it, will commend the selection to the
public as being very favorable for the
tournament. The ladies are taking an
unusual interest in tbe event this year,
and will have charge of the decorations
for the day. The general arrangements
are in the hands of the' executive com
mittee of the clvb —Messrs. Granger,
Livingston and Kayaer.
POMONA.
Company D of the N. G. C. naturally
feel very proud of their record of marka
manship, aa it haa won for them in the
annual target shoot of the paat three
years the beautiful silver water service
presented by Geo. H. Bonebrake of
Los Angeleß, and now it becomes their
permanent property.
The work on tbe tunnel for the elec
tric plant is being vigorously pushed
forward.
Diphtheria haa been quite prevalent in
the valley for a few weeka, but no new
caaea are reported and the old cases
aeem to be convalescent. Three deaths
have occurred from the diaease.
The article in the Herald of Friday
aaid twelve brick stores were in different
stages of building, which should have
read building and decorating. We are
not building ahead of the times, as that
would indicate.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Case was
held at the Keller house Thursday.
The members of the Episcopal church
gave .a reception to their new pastor,
Rev. F. W. Adams, at their guild room
on Main street. The room waa beauti
fully decorated, and an enjoyable even
ing was had.
Mias Jessie Cook of Riverside and
Mrs. Clarence Earle of Monrovia have
both returned to their homes. They
have been in Pomona to take lessons iv
painting.
R. S. Bassett, the rustling reai estate
agent, haa made some fine sales to act
ual settlers the past week.
Last evening an alarm of lire waa
sounded aud the fire boys promptly an
swered the call. The blaze was found
to be in a room in the rear of a barber
shop next to the Central hotel. The
loaa was small.
Laat evening promptly on time the
doora of the opera house were opened to
an excited and determined public, in
answer to a call for a mass meeting.
Strong and vigorous speeches were
made and a committee of gentlemen
was appointed to confer with P. C.
Tonner and the president of the Land
and Water company, to get the cloud of
title to certain lands removed, and to
report ac an adjourned meeting on Fri
day evening.
To all whom it may concern—A sprain of the
wrist or ankles is not au uncommun occur
rence. It is well to know that a few applica
tions of Salvation Oil well rubbed in will in
variably produce the desired result m an en
tire cure. Price 25 cents.
ARIZONA NOTES.
Tucson Star.
Mrs. Holbrook Crosby haa returned
from San Francisco, and will remain
until she haa settled the estate of her
brother, J. C. Handy, deceased.
Mr. J. Yasquez arrived a few days ago
with some very line placer gold from
the Santa Catalina mountains near Tuc
son. Mr. Vaequez is now getting ready
to return to the placer diggings.
The case of the territory vs. G. W.
Rood, charged with the murder of
James Farrell, at Nogales, in October,
1890, ia now on trial in the district
court. The jury waa empaneled Tues
day.
The territorial managera of the
world'a fair for Arizona are Bucky O.
O'Neil and S. P. Behan of Prescott, R.
C. Brown of Florence and L. C. Hughes
of Tucson. They will meet at Phonix
on the 10th for organization.
A telegram from Holbrook aaya: Her
man Lopez and Rafael Cavez, wealthy
sheep owners, were ahot and instantly
killed thia morning by cowboyß named
Crawford and Bell. The ahooting was
the result of a quarrel over carda.
The Copper Queen company at Bißbee
will, it is eaid, erect eight more roasters
to handle the base ores, which are plen
tiful at the 400 level. They also contem
plate, at no distant day, the placing of a
refinery at the works and ship refined
copper instead of the base product, as at
present.
Mr. Charles Goodyear, of London,
Eng., aecretary of the Mammoth gold
mine, limited, ia in the city on hia way
to the mine. He haa just returned from
San Francisco where he has been select
ing mine machinery, with a view of in
creasing the capacity of the mill to 250
tona capacity per day. He leaves for
Mammoth this morning to inspect the
properties for the purpoßea mentioned
above. A recent big atrike in the 500
--foot level in the mine aeems to be the
incentive for the proposed improvement.
Prescott Courier.
Chas. M. Clark is making a successful
run of the Silver Belt mill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ehle returned
from California last evening.
Jack Montgomery, an old-time Pres
cott butcher, is here from Los Angelea.
He aaya he wants to buy fat cattle and
sheep.
Attorney T. W. Johnston and wife
have returned from a visit to the old
Miasißaippi home.
A five-stamp quartz mill is being
erected on the Last Chance mine, which
has a large ledge of gold ore. The mill
and mine belong to John Hartin and J.
J. Fisher, and are located near the
Skull Valley road, five milea west of
Prescott.
Livery Men.
More of the celebrated Columbus buggies re
ceived by Hawley, King ii Co.
Horse blankets and buggy tobes at Foy's
saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles street. i
REDONDO.
Redondo promises, among her many
other advantages, soon to have valuable
oil wells. The work is progressing rap
idly, and in a week or so the first well
will have reached the depth of 500 or
000 feet, when it is expected oil will be
reached, as there is every indication of
the same.
The steamer Kiscudbrightsliire,loaded
with a cargo for Whittier, Fuller oi Co.,
ia due here in a very short time. She
comes from Antwerp.
A very pleaaant entertainment took
place at the hotel laat evening, and was
well attended.
A large party from San Francisco will
arrive Tuesday and apend some time at
the Redondo hotel.
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Morrison of Chi
cago are at the big hotel.
F. C. Bent and daughter of Santa Bar
bara spent the day here.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Ennis of Ohio are
visiting friends in town.
Edward Gentry of San Diego was
down for the day.
F. Delger of Oakland ia registered at
the Redondo. B.
CHURCH NOTICES.
C tH^URCeP ~OT THB UNITY—RKvI jT 3!
Thomson, pastor. Services will be held in
the Grand Opera-house Sunday at 11 a. m.
Subject Sunday morning. "The Widow's
Barrel of Meal." There will be no evening
service.
IMPSON M. K. AUDITORIUM-HOPE ST.,
butween Seventh and Eighth sts. Preach
ing by the pastor, Rev. Will A. Knighten.
Morning subject: "The Object and Value of
Christ's Death." Evening subject: ' Dangers
of Temptation for Young People" The
music by the choir will be very tine at both the
morning aud evening services. Sabbath-school,
9:30 a.m.
I ."MRST PRESRYTERIAN CHURCH. CORNER
Second and Broadway Preaching 11a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. by Rev. J. B. Stewart; Sunday
school, 9:30 a.m. Chinese school, 5.15 p.m.
Young People's C. E. meeting, 0:20 p.m.
Strangers cordially invited.
F~ IRST~CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, COR
ner Sixth and Hill streets. Rev. R. G.
Hutchins, D. D., pastor Servicesat 11:00 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Rev. Henry P. Higley, D. D.,
of Meloit, Wis, will preacu in the morning.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m.
HRIST CHURCH—CORNER PICO AND
Flower sts. Services 11 a.m. and 730 p.
ra. Sunday-school !):45 a.m. Rev. Thos. W.
Haskius, I). P.. pastor.
HE PEOPLE'S CHURCH — CAMPBELL'S
hall, Rev. J. H. Phillips, pastor. Eleven
o'clock sermon, subject, "Tbe Kingdom of
God—ls It Here." Lecture at 7:30, subject,
"The Preaching of the Future."
i q^HEO^OP _ HY—AT ST. VINCENT HALL,
JL on Hill, near Sixth st, at 7:30 p. m., lee-
I lure by Prof. J J. Finland. Bubj»ct: "Atti
tude of Theosophy to the Churches." Also
readings from Ldwln Arnold's Light of the
World by Louise Woodworth Koss. All are in
vited,
SPIRIT OAL0AL AND PSYCIiIC INVESTIGATION
meetings, Forrester hall, on Main street
near First street The noted platform test me
dium, Florence K. Rich, will give tests; Mrs.
Juiia Garrott, the well-known independent
slate writer, will give writings Sunday even
ings at 8 o'clock. Mediums'meeting at 2:30.
All mediums nre invited to take part. Admis
sion 10c to both meetings. All welcome.
OS ANGKLE; SPIRITUAL SOCIETY—
C. A. R. hall. GIOJ. South Spring St.
Tonieht Prof. W. C. Bowman will lecture on
"Jesus Defended Against His Church," fol
lowed by Dr. J. M. Temple, in his celebrated
platform tests. Admission 10c. Dr. Temple
will give tests at '2:30 p.m. at same place.
Admission 10c.
PERSONAL..
RAND FREE EXHIBITION DAILY, OPEN
VT irom 7a. mtoo p. in., adinissien free.
Buying not compulsory. Notwithstanding this
fact, we are as busy us bees filling orders for
carpets, curtains and all kinds of floor cover
ings and drapery goods Don't fail to see our
silks and trimmings. Take a look at our win
dows for styles. W. X BEESON, 221 8. Spring.
11-S
ERSONAL—FLOK-NCE K. RICH uf
Boston, trance and business medium. Con
sultations given on all business, stocks, min
erals and family affairs; also diagnosis of dis
eases; hours 9tb G. 310 US. Spring st. Room
12. 10-29 lm
ATTENTION. LADIES! — 1 EMMA" BUST DE
veloper will enlarge your bust 5 inches;
guaranti'd; sealed instructions 2c, or 24 page
illustrated catalogue tic, by mail. EMMA
TOILET BAZAK, Boston. Mass. 1018 sun 3m
MRS. M. NOLL, late of D. Saniuels's lace
house, San Francisco, has opened dress
making parlors at 7_o 8. Spring st. 11-4-7t
MADAM SIMMONS, ACKNOWLEDGED BY
press and public the greatest clairvoyant
j and magnetic healer in the United States, tells
past, presentand future; fee, $1. lalsocureall
kinds of diseases by uiy magnetic power;
charges reasonable: don't fail to see me; entire
satisfaction guaranteed. 121J_ S. Sprinir st.
11-2-7t
CHICAGO DENTAL ROOMS-THE REAL
painless dentists have come to stay. Lo-
I eated In Wilson block, rooms 27 and 2d, second
floor, corner First and Spring 6ts. In order to
introduce their worn, for the next thirty days
will do all kinds of dental work for io per
cent, above cost of material. All work guaran-
I teed the very best. Teeth extracted without
I pain by our new system. Examinations free
of charge. G.B. HOUSTON, D. D. S., Manager,
j 10-29 lm
PE RBO NAL - "ECONOMIC PRICES —
Sugar, 25 lbs brown, or 18 lbs white, tl;
10 tbs cornmeal, 20c; 4 rbs rice, 25c; germea,
20c; Glbssagoor tapioca, 25e; rolled rye, 15c; 3
pigs starch orcorn starch,2sc;G lbs rolled wheat,
25c; mountain coffee, 25c; 5 lbs good tea, tl;
11 cans fruits, tl; 4 cans sardines, 25c; li lbs
raisins, 25c; 6 lbs dried peaches, 25c: 4 lbs ap
ricots, 25c; bottle Worcestershire sauce, 15c;
sack flour 80c; 4 bottles flavoring extracts,
25c; cheese, 15c: hams, 14Uc; bacon. Yi'Ac;
Liebig's extract meat, 35c. ECONOMIC STORES,
305 8. Springst. 7-stf
RS. JOHNSON, CARD READER, 1267
Second St.; take electric car to Kern St.;
fee tl. Will be here only two weeks loneer.
10-16 lm
FOR SALE—OPIUM SEED, WITH FULL IN
structions how to grow and gather it. Ad
dress T. C. MARKS, Box 793, station C.
10-10 lm
MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM. CONSULTA
tions on business, speculations, family
affairs, mineral and oil locations, removals,
disease, life reading, etc. S. Spring st.
Room 15. Hours, 9a m. to 0 p.m. 7-10 tf
i.osr and found.
IOBT- OCTOBER 13TH~OR~ 14TH, 'ON
j Broadway, between Postoffice and Market
build ing, a wine colored cashmere long shawl,
hand embroidered in Persian design and col
ors. Anyone having found it please leave at
stamp window, postoffice. li-8 2t
031'—WATCH, WALKING FROM HOPE,
near Washington st., to Fourteenth and
Hill st , a small silver chatelaine watch and
short chain was dropped. The finder will be
rewarded by leaving it at No. 1526 Hope st, or
at Room 8, Burdlck block, Second and Spring
st. 11-8 Sn Tv St
LOW— CAME TO "THE RANCH OF MR-T
Begue. at Spadra, eight head of cows and
calves; the owner can have same by paying all
charges. , 11-8-5t
IO3T— A BLACK LACE SCaRF, ON CABLE
J car; reward will be paid on its return to
room Hi. Law building, office of E. H. Bentley.
11-8-2t,
FOUND— AT 1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF
Wight Bros.'s dairy, four horses, 1 sorrel
with white face, 1 brown mare, 1 gray mare, 1
gray colt. Owner can have the same by apply
ing to Wight Bros.'B ranch. 11-G 3t
OTRAYED TO THE RANCH OF THE UN-
O designed, October 23d, one brown bay
horse; owner can have same by proving prop"
erty and paying charges. M. F. BALDWIN,
one mile south of Florence. 10-28 lot
moßNiim " * i
J
• Rooms 28, 29, 30 and 31, Fulton block,
near courthouse, New High st. Telephone
931. 8-fl tf
LACEY &TRASK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, !
Fulton block, 207 New High st , Los Ange
Ips, Cal. 12-14-t f
CONTRACTORS AND BUI-TdkKS. j
CONRADSCHEREIt,
ousand asphalt paving. 227 W. First st.
' 9-1.12 m j
CJ. KTJBAOH. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. <
• Office and shop 419 East Seventh st. Tel- i
ephoae No. 306. tl-192 (
BARGAINS IN REAL. ESTATE.
BARGAINB FOR SALE BY INNKB & MAN
GRUM, 150 8. Broadway. We advertise
only our bargains.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
Spring, near Third, vacant $ 20.000
Spring, near Second, Improved 75,000
Spring, near Second, improved 500,000
Spring, near Second, improved 140.000
Broadway, near Second, vacant Cheap
Broadway, near Second, improved 40,000
, RESIDENCES.
i Nine room, Figueroa street 6,500
Fine residence, 4 acres, close in Cheap
Ten rooixs, 7o feet, clean corner on
Adams street, a beauty 10,000
, Ten room house, corner lot, 124 feet
1 frout on Pearl street 12,500
Olive, near Twelfth, 12 rooms 9.000
Bonnie Brae, near \\ est lake park 3,200
Ingraham St., 9 rooms, very cheap 4,500
-tp ROOM RESIDENCE WITH NEARLY TWO
lO acres of ground, finest shrubbery in the
city, near the corner of Adams and Figueroa
streets. This can be bought at the greatest
' sacrifice in the city. Give us au offer. We
must have money.
ACREAGE NEAR LOS ANGELES.
50 acres 12-year-old walnut; best orchard in
I the valley, or will sell part. Price 140,000
T7<OR SALE—WE HAVE THE FINEST
' JP ranch in Los Angeles county; 3100 acres;
two miles south of Loa Angeles city, with three
! water rights; there is nothing finer on earth:
you can buy tnisranch for $100 per acre, and if
you will call on us we think we can couvlnce
• you it is worth $1,000,000. See this.
10 acres Compton avenue: a beauty.
• 10 acres Wilmington avenue: vacant,
t 11 acres, all in oranges, inside the city limits.
Finest ranch house in the county and mag
nifleent furniture very cheap,
' We are agents for Gardena lands. This land
is offered in lots aud on terms to suit. Gardena
■ is the natural home of tho lemon, winter straw
[ berries and winter vegetables.
| ACREAGE AT ONTARIO.
5 acres IS year-old oranges; good house, A 1
location.
5 acres young oranges, small house .$3,300
I 2U acres 3-year-old oranges, with house 2 000
_;i acres set to oranges 1,300
10 acres all in 4-year old frait, % or
anges and lemons 6,000
, 10 acres bearing prunes 4,500
10 acres full bearing oranges 12,000
5 acres young oranges, with house 2,300
10 acres 4-year-old oranges, in beating 6,500
13 acres in oranges, }<J In full bearing. 15,000
18 acres, all improved, at Ktiwanda,
, with nice residence, furnttuiu
and everything needed on the
place 10.800
| Acreage at Ontario in lots to suit for 10 per
cent, down, to parties settling there,
REDLANDS AND RIVERSIDE.
We can supply purchasers with anything to
I be had at Redlands or Riverside. Our list
i contains some 3,000 pieces of property and we
; can satisfy almost any one who can be satis
, fled at all."
We respectfully solicit the correspondence of
reliable agents all over tho country as well as
i all those seeking information concerning
Southern California with a view to locating or
visiting here. INNES MANGRUM,
' 150 8. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE— FRUIT LAND IMPROVED
and unimproved in San Luis Obispo county
in lots from five acres up for Los Angeles city
property INNES & MANGRUM, 150 South
Broadway.
ORTON & KENNEDY. 228 WEST SECOND
street, buy, sell and exchange real estate
aud negotiate loans.
13',, acres, Rivera: walnuts, oranges and as
sorted fruits; small house: t325 per acre.
5 acres, Ontario; solid tooranges, one-half in
bearing; only 13300.
5 acres, Ontario, solid to oranges in bearing;
Euclid avenue; only tBOOO.
20 acres, all in bearing fruit; 2 crops will
pay for the place; t225 per acre.
8 acres, Ontario, solid to oranges, iv bearing;
$41100.
10 acres. Ontario, solid to oranges: $5500.
50 acres, solid to Eng.inn walnuts in bearing:
$20,000.
Exchange, 20 acres alfalfa land, .for city
property. 10 acres in bearing tigs, for city
property. 14 room house, Roekwood avenue,
for similar house on the hills.
Excellent values in buslues property* and
modern homes.
Contemplating purchasers should call and
see us. 11-8 lmo
FOR SALE—City Property.
olTsaTe^why^p^vy^ren^
can buy a 3 or 4-room house for $400—$100
cash, balance $10 per month—or a lot for $350,
only $25 down, balance $tO per month: or a lot
for $200,a1l cash, covered with fine fruits and
water piped, near electric cars. 15 to 20 min
utes from First sc. W. B. A KEY, 118 S. Broad
way.
tpOR SALE—A GREAT SACRIFICE—
Beautiful half acre residence lot, 70x398, on
clean side of Washington St., west ol Figueroa.
Price, only 12000.
THE PIRTLE REAL ESTATE AND TRUST CO.,
229 W. Second st.; tel. 523. 11-7 3t
SALE—A BUSINESS BNAP-42 FEET
V on Spring St., bet. Third and Fourth; half
interest in party wall: $750 per front foot THE
PIRTLE REAL ESTATE AND TRUST CO 229
W. Second st.; tel. 623. 11-7 3t
SALE—2 COTTAGES ON OHIO ST.",
; each 5 rooms, nicely finished, bath, pantry,
etc.; price $1550 and $1050; t250 cesh. bal
ance t'-Oper month; no interest. THE PIRTLE
REAL ESTATE AND TRUST CO., 229 W.
Second st.; telephone 523. 11-73t
FOR SALE—THREE FINE LOTS ON FA.Sk
dena aye . East Los Angeles; a snap bar
gain; must be sold; make an offer. GEORGE
ADDISON •& CO., 227 W. Second st. 11-7 2t
OR LOTS IN FLOURISHING
town, with house of 5 rooms, all furnished,
furniture, piano, horse and phaeton to go with
property, at a bargain if sold soon. Address
W. I. 8., this office. 11-1 14t
OR SALE — A BARGAIN FOR SOME
church, lodge-room, saloon or public hall;
34 hanging lamps, 9 large brass lamps, 6 stu
dent lamps. The above are in good order and
will be sold at about one-third of cost. Apply
at the Herald offlce. 10-25-tf
fJiOR SALE AT A GOOD
P business property, N.W. corner Wall and
Fifth sts. Price $6500. Apply 610 Wall st.
10-11 lm
ITIOR SALE —LIBT YOUR PROPERTY, SALE
' or exchange, and houses to rent, with
CHAS.VICTOR HALL. 223 W. First. 10-6 2m
FOR SALE—Country Property.
TF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FINE OR-
J ange or Walnut orchard, that is paying from
10 to 15 percent, on the price, call arid see me.
Oranges, 30 acres, near city, flue crop.
Oranges, 10 acres, fine show of irult.
Orange!, 5 acres, a beautiful place.
Ten acres Walnuts, healthy trees, fine crop.
Twenty acres to Walnuts and Oranges; will
hi sold at a big sacrifice: all near the city. W.
B. A KEY, 118JL Broadway. It
TiSOB~BALE-BY A PARTY THAT ttf: AAA
J 1 wants some money, 10 acres, solid fIWUUU
in naval oranges.in Azusa valley,fine soil.plenty
water, trees bearing, flui condition; one-half
cash, balance on time. This is a bargain that
is a bargain DAVIS & GROOSaMAYEK,
112!. 8. Broadway. 11-8-2t
I7H)R SALE—43 ACRES NEAR RIVERA. 24
1 acres in walnuts, bearing, 12 acres in alfal
fa, balance In corn: small house, plenty water,
aud other fruits; $10,000, easy terms. This Is
the best bareain in the valley for the money.
DAVIS & GRO3SMAYER, 112% S. Broadway.
11-8-2t
I" TO 40 ACRES. ALA, TO ALFALFA, ,
1>) within 4 miles of the city: a good stand;
with plenty of water free; wUI sell all or a
Dun for $200 per acre. W. B. A KEY, 118 8.
11 roadway. It
.\r ACRES AT DUARTE WITH WATER; 15
ZD acres planted to fruit, 4 room house;
owner non-resident and has instructed us to
sell regardless of sacrifice; price, *3000, $500 I
cash, balanoe long time. THE PIRTLE REAL i
ESTATE AND TRUST CO., 229 W. Second st.
11 731 1
IfOR SALE—A REAL BONA FIDE BAR- !
gain, 160 acres, No. 1 farming and fruit
land, every acre productive; 3-room bouse,
barn and plenty of water; must be sold: price, :
$20 per acre. GEORGE ADDISON & CO., No.
220 W. Second st. 11-7 2t j
STOCKS AND BONDS. 5
TP YOU'DESIRE TO LOAN OR BORROW }
I money, buy or sell bonds, stocks, mort- i
rages or other securities, or make good invest- _
i.icnts, caU on THE PIRTLE REAL ESTATE j
AND TRUST CO., 229 W. Second st. 11 7tf J
rnMMnJra ■
I the growth and development of Southern 2
a California is requested to send his or her -
addresstothe Fallbrook Printing Co..Fallbrook,
San Diego oounty, California, in return for
which a free copy of The Southern Callfor- -j
nlan will be sent weekly for three months from J
October 1, 1891. 9-27-eod 3m a
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTKD—HELP.
\\7 ANTED-FOR DaVeNPORT'S
»' production of Sardou's Cleopatra, 100 tall
young men, 50 tall young ladles, 25 tall col
ored ladies. 10 tall colored men. Apply at
stave door Grand Opera-house, 9 a.m., Mon
day, November 9th. _l-7 St
WANTED -IMMEDIATELY. TWO GOOD
girls for chamber work and table watting.
Apply at the Brunswick, corner Hill and Sixth
streets. • 11-8-tf
QEND YOUR ORDERS FOR MALE AND FE-
O male help to the German-American Em-
P lo ,X m J , , I l t ., 0 '2 Co ' No - 107 w - Fi st »t- Room 3.
L. MAYER, Proprietor. 8-29 6m
WANTED— CITY OANVABBKR; BIG COM
mission; between 10 a m. and 3 p. m.
Room 45, Bonebrake building. 6 10 tl
WANTED - COOK'S HEADQUARTERS;
free of charge; California brandy, sc; soup
and beer, 6c. GEO. LACOUR, 401 N. Los Aa
goles st., Los Angeles, Cal. 8-21 3m
WANTKD— ALL NEEDING - HELP FREE—
Employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'B BUREAU; established 1880
Offlce, 319% 8. Spring; residence, 451 8. Hope
St., cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113.
8-16 tf
WAJVXEH—FEIfIAI.E HF.LV
W~
family. Apply 632 W. 7TH St. 11-9 tf
ANTED —LADY WHO UNDERSTANDS
bool-koeping and typewriting. State re
ferences if any to C, this office. ' 11-9 It
ISB HARDEN, 312 W. FOURTH StT,
corner of Broadway; good help for hotels
and families. 10-13 lm
WANTF.B-SITI VI lONS-.
v' MAN
»v and gardener wants position. Address
11. R . Box 30. this offlce 11-4-51
WANTKD—AG-INTEL
YJITA
TT big pay and high class work; call bet w on
10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Room 45, Bryson-Bonebrake
block. 1-25 12m
WANTID-MIB CKLLANKOUb.
furnished 9 or 10 room house; state loca
tion and terms. Address C F. j., this offlce.
■ . It
ANTED—A PARTY WITH UOOO, OR
some good lots, or n cottage, clear of in
cumbrances, to take a rooming house of 17
rooms, now rented in flats, and aIRO a cottage
of 3 rooms; this property now yields good in
come, and. with attention, can easily be
doubled. Apply Room 9, Basement of 412
Honest. 11-7 3t
W7 ANTED—TO LOAN, f2OOO ON REAL EB
-li tate security at reasonable rate of interest;
no bonus. Address 8. L. C, Box 40, this office.
11-7 3t
WANTED— 10,000 TEETH TO EXTRACT,
Chicago Dental Rooms, absolutely without
pain by our new system. All dental work done
10 pec cent above cost of material. Wilson
block, Rooms 27 and 28, second floor 10-29 lm
ANTED —TO SUPPLY EVERYBODY
with kindling, 5 sacks for 11.00 at the hay
and wood yard, corner Seventh aud Olive.
10-2 3m
WANTED— PICTUREB TO FRAME, CHEAP
est place at BURNS', 256 8. Mam St.
1-27-tf
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
brick, 42-roomed/'MADISON HOUSE," 031
8. Mainst. U-8-7t
OR RENT—CHEAP —A HOUSE OF~B BOOMS
and-acres improved laud; beautiful gar
aen of flowers; plenty of water. Apply imme
diately at 547 Macy st 11 -vt
17^R _ RENT—HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS, NICE
1 double parlor, fine view of city. No. 389 8.
Olive st. $40 a month, water free. 10-13 tf
17UJR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY.
* C. A. SUMNER <_CO., 107 S. Broadway.
mlO-tf
for rent—rooms.
ttmolTrent^a^^
JT in private family, with or without board.
226 East Seventh st. 11-8 2t
OR RENT—FURNIBHD ROOMS FOR 50c,
75c and II a week. Also 2 rooms $4 a month
at 1121 N. Main at. 11-8-2t
IjVJR RENT—OFFICES IN THE FINEST
' ground floor offlce room in the city. IN
NES & MANGRUM, 150 S. Broadway. tf
SPECIAL NOTICE.
ci wT>Tg^maishlnes^aT^v7TjptoT^^
O buy, sell, rout aud repair all kinds of s w
ing machines. All work guaranteed. 417 S.
Spring st. 11-8-Im
T7>ERTILI_ERS FOR LAWNS—THE SEASON
JT has now arrived when, to get a good lawn
and to keep it good, it Is necessary it should be
dressed with some kind of fertilizer. We
therefore advife our friends to use our care
fully prepared lawn fertilizer, it being cheaper
"than stable manure. No weeds, no smell,
easily applied, and will be found to produce a
most steady and pleasing growth. Pui up in
25c, 50c and tl bogs. Nitrate of soda, pure
dissolved bones, bone meal and superphos
phate always on hand. GERMAIN FRUIT
CO., Baker block, Los Angeles. 10 23 d.vw
ATURAL HEALING, MASSAGE AND
bathing rooms. Massage treatment by the
latest improved methods. LUDWIG GOBS
MANN. German masseur, 311'% s. spring street,
rooms 6 and 7. 11-4-lm
rrvHE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC CURE
A is the greatest discovery made within the
last 100 years in patent medicines, For sale
by all leading druggists 10-17 I2m
OTICE-THE CITY STEAM DYEING AND
cleaning works and offlce have removed to
343 8. Broadway. A. LORRAIN, Proprietor
10 17 tf
XTTHEN YOU HAVE A LONG LETTER TO
m write, ring up 523 and let C. M. Randolph,
stenographer, do It for you; contracts and ar
chitects' specifications typewritten on short
notice; depositions in shorthand; lowest
charges. 1010 lm
SHORTHAND TAUGHT EVENINGS J. J.
BRADY, 701 Montreal st. 10-10 lm
NOTICE— THE LOS' ANGELES CITY WATEE
Company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 and 8 o'clock a. m., and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a fine of t2 will be
charged before water will beturned on again.
au!7-tf
FOR BALE.
J notes drawn in favor of Roth & Co., for t5O
each. All persons are cautioned against nego
tiating the same. Return to Farmers and Mer
chants'bank. 11-7 7t
OST—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER STH, A
gold medal, somewhere between the Com
mercial-street depot and Fifth st; The finder
will be rewarded by returning to this office.
__ 11-7 2t
WAGONS, CARRIAGES. BUGGIES—IF YOU
want to buy, sell or exchange; the largest
stock in the city to select from. 221-225 Re
qnena St.,east of Los Angeles st. 9-20 90t
I|»OR SALE—HOUSEKEEPING
ture, complete, |125, and the four rooms
tor rent, $8, water Included. Apply 412 8.
Hope st. rr n . 7 3 £
———— - .
R UGAB BKETS-FOR BALE IN LOTS TO
\J suit. The best, richest and cheapest for
stock; Inquire northeast cor. Compton and
Florence ayes., or J. B. MLRRILL, No. 105
N. Broadway. 10-11-tf
FOR SALE - 100 TONS BALED HAY,
wheat and oats, clear from fox tail. 4 miles
east of city, on Laguna ranch; will sell 5, 10 or
more tons or the entire amount. Inquire of
JOSEPH GlLBERT,Superintendent, at Laguna
Rancho House, or D. Neuhart, 151 8. Broad
w »y- 10-17 tf ,
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR BALE OR TO
Pasadena hotel and 'about "4 acres of im
proved land. This property Is situated six 1
mileß from Los Angeles, in the city of South '
Pasadena, opposite the Santa Fe depot. The 1
hotel contains 40 sleeping rooms, and is piped
throughout for gag 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 flewers and -
shrubs. For further particulars address or In
quire of DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 N. Marengo -
aye.. Pasadena. Cal. 5-2(1 12m i
TO EXOH ANta-i
T"t»OR
_/_ 1 ?, ,n » beo ' 1 sideboard, 1 child's carriage, j
at 750 Upper Main street. U*3-5t •
FIVE CENTS A LIKE
FINANCIAL*
51.500.000
T TO LOAN AT E. G. LTJNT'S
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGKNCY,
227 W. Second it.. Adjoining Herald offioe
CHEAP MONEY.
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Franctaco. jul tl
AUIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MOUSY
In any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on piano*
without removal, diamonds. Jewelry, sealskins,
bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop
erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise,
eta, In warehouses; partial payments received
money without delay; private offices for oou
sulfation; will call if desired; W. E. DsGROOT.
Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4. No. 114 Pocto
Spring St., opposite Nadeau hotel. 7-29tl
«I AAA AND UPWARD, ON REAL ESTATE.
wUXJU Apply to CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 223
W. First street. U-3-tl
OTTO BRODTBECK. 113 8. BROADWAY.
Mouey to loan on Improved city and coun
try property at lowest current rate. 7-9 tf
AIN STREET SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST CO.,
HAS MONK V TO LOAN
in 110,000 and 120,000 lota,
AT VBBY LOW BATKB.
426 8. Main Bt. 8-4 tf
ONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DlA
monds, watches, jewelry, pianos, seal
skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and aU
kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE
BROS.. 402 8. Spring, m!8-tt
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see Security Sayings Bank, 148 S. Main at
8-1-tf
- D li C A T lON AL.
LA SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (TN
• corporated), corner Spring and Third sts.
L. E. Garden-Macleod, principal; Dr. 8. H.
Wcller, president; Dr. Alter, vice-president;
Prof. Koch, art examiner; H. Forthman, D
Desmond; Malcolm Macleod trea>urer and
tecretary. 10-24 lm
OHORTIIAND IN ONE WEEK—PUPILS
O fitted for positions In two weeks PROF.
De v k/.i no, Room 77, Bonebrake block.
10-13 lm
MRS NANNIE CATCHING, PIANO, GUl
tar, banjo aud voice culture. 655 8. Spring.
10-4 tf
ROF. A. WILLHARTITZ GIVES MUIjIC
lessons at Room 37, California Bank build
ing, southwest corner Second and Broadway,
and at residence oi pupils. Residence, 157 W.
Twenty-eighth st. 9-3 3m
UDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts, V M.C.A. building. 7-8 tl
THE LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
and English Training School (Incorporated).
144 S. Main St., Los Angeleß. Superior ac
commodations; complete courses in book
keeping, shorthand, typewriting, penmanship,
telegraphy, English and assaying; thorough
daily class drill aud close personal attention;
frequent reviews; call and inspect our facili
ties and method of doing work; write for cir
culars. E. R. Shrader, President; F. W. Kel
sey, Vice-pres't: I. N. Inskeep, Seo. d-16 Iyr
W7OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE
m AND
SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEN
MANSHIP INSTITUTE
245 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CaL
The leading commercial school of Southern
California. Day and evening sessions.
For catalogue call at the college, or address
HOUGH, FELKER A WILSON,
-5 3m Proprietors.
08 ANGELES UNIVERSITY—FOR BOTH
oexes. Local ion. West end Temple street.
Full regular advantages. Special departments
also. Fall term opens September Ist. Send for
catalogue. CALVIN ESTERLY, President. P.
O. box 2893. 8-1 tl
CHOOL*OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL,
Engineering, Surveying, Architecture
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILLEN.
723 Market St., San Francisco. Send for cis.
cnlars. 12-1012 m
physicians.
Sr.
. 211 W. Ann st. Ollice, 129 S. Spring st.
No pay until well. No knife or pain. Blood,
skin nnd all catarrhal diseases. 11 * tin
rT SALISBURY -HAS REMOVED HIB
office to the Y. M. C. A. building, on Broad
way, south of Second Bt. 11-6 tf
DR. A. E GRESHAM, 8. SPRING ST.
Telephone 533. 10-27 lm
DR. LELIA LATTA, 124J< 8. SPRING ST.
Diseases ot women and nervous diseases a
specialty. Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 3 to 5
and 7 to 8 p.m. 10 14 2m
DR. C. EDGAR SMITH.
Established 1883.
FEMALE AND RECTAL DISEASES
A specialty. Piles cured In from five to fif
teen days without the knife or detention from
business. Office, corner Main and Seventh sts.,
Robarts block. Tel. 1031. 9-11 tf
DR. H. ARENBBKRG, GRADUATE OF
University of Berlin. Private. Blood and
nervous diseases a specialty; disorders of the
genito-urinary organs of the most obstinate
character thoroughly and speedily cured. Of
fice: Room 10, Ramona hotel, corner Spring
and Third sts. Offlce hours from » to 18, 2 5,
7-8 p.m. 7.7 tl
I>EBECCA LEE DORSEY, M. D. OFFICE
t No. T% N. Main st. Bpecial attention given
to obstetrics, diseases of women, especially
nervous troubles and diseases of children.
Hours 9to 11 a. m. and 2t04 o. m Telephone
ftT3v Jea-U
M HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D., M.C.P.B.C.
• specialist in diseases of the head, throat
and chest; also females; compound oxygen and
medicated inhalations used in all diseases ot
the respiratory organs. Office 137 & Broad
way, Los Angeles.
RB. DR. WELLS, 127 EAST THIRD ST.
Specialty, diseases of women. Many
years of successful painless methods In rectal
diseases.
RB. DR. J. H; SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wifery. Ladles cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue aye. m 28 tl
DENTISTS.
ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, REMOVED TO
239W, 8. Spring st., bet. Second and Third.
Painless filling and extracting. Crowns, IS up;
best sets teeth, t6 to tlO. Rooms 1, 2, 374, ft
and 6. 1-17-tl
DR. G. KNEPPFR, DENTIST, NO. 126 W
First St., old Wilson blook. 5-31 tl
RG. CUNNINGHAM. DENTIST, REMOVED
T,. to _f°_ 3l N - Springst, rooms 1 and 8,
pnilllps block, Los Angeles, Cal. mistf
DR. C. STEVENS A SONS, 107 N. SPRINQ
at., Schumacher block, rooms 18 and 19;
teeth filled and extracted painlessly; plates H
to tlO; henrs, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m., Bundays. 9 a
m. to 1 p, m. • )e26-tf
W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
• sts., Wilson block; take elevator; teeth
filled and extracted without pain; gold crowns
and bridge work a specialty. Room 36. m4tl
R. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, 10S% N.BPRIN9
St. rooms 2.6 and 7. Painless extracting
-EXCURSIONS.
HAMM'S RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP
Ticket Agency, 115 8. Spring St., In front
of the Wieland. Railroad tickets bought, sold
and exchanged. 9-22 lyr
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA RIO GRANDE
route every Friday personally conducted
through to Chicago and Boston. Office, No. 138
South Spring St. 1 tl
JC. JUDSON A CO.'B EXCURSIONS EAST
• every Thursday via Bait Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Offlce, 212 8. Spring St.
8-1 tl
ROOK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS
leave Los Angeles Tuesdays via Denver and
Rio Grande railway. Through Pullman tourist
cars to Chicago via Salt Lake City, Lead vNlc and
Denver. For circulars, etc., call on or address
F. W. THOMPSON, 138 8. Spring Bt. 5-10 tf
SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL
competitors, both In time and distance to
all points East. Special tourist excursions East
every THURSDAY. For fuH information an
ply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE 1
WARNER. Exc. Manager. 29 N. Spring, l-iatr
dyers and finibherB.
Parisian" dye-wor'kX ,
street. Best dyeing in the olty. 1-13 tf '
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKS
241 Franklin St. Fine dyeing tnd oleS
lpg . VlB-H
ABSTRACTS.
ABSTRACT AND
pany of Los Angeles, N. W. w"Fra_H*
ana Sew High streets. ml7tl

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