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THAT PAVING CONTRACT.
THE MAYOR WILL NOT EXPRESS
HIB VIEWS.
Considerable Interest About the Matter at
the City Hall—The Contract Generally
Considered to Be a Fair One-Delay
Not Favored.
Considerable agitation was diplayed
at city hall by various contractors and
representative citizens of Figueroa and
Pearl streets over the probable fate of
the paving contract which was awarded
to the Bituminous Lime-Rock Paving
company, and which is now in the may
or's office. Everybody was busy guess
ing whether the mayor would veto the
ordinance or sign the contract, and a
number of conflicting rumors were heard
about the hall. Mayor Hazard himself
was non-committal, and it will not be
known before Monday what his action
will be.
Several delegations of citizens called
at the mayor's office for different pur
poses. Some few were there to protest
against tbe signing of the measure,
while the majority seemed to advocate
that the paving be" begun without delay .
Iv general, it may be said that the citi
zens of the streets mentioned are willing
now to pay the contract price rather
than have any delay.
Cierk Robinson stated that a number
of contractors had announced their will
ingness to compete if the bids be re
opened, inasmuch as the talk about tbe
difficulty of placing the bonds had turned
out to be exaggerated. Mr. Drain, the
representative of the Bituminous Lime
Rock Paving company, declared that his
company would not bid again if new
bids were advertised for. Mr. Munson,
of an opposition company, declared it
was his conviction that the bid is not ex
orbitant, and that it would be better to
go ahead with the work rather than to
take any risks.
As interested as any, were the citizens
of Figueroa street, between Washington
and Jefferson, who are anxious to have
the upper end of the street finished as
far as Washington, so as to get a chance
to have a pavement before their proper
ties also. They are in favor of the work
being hurried.
The decision of the mayor will be im
portant, because if he vetoes the ordi
nance it will be a difficult matter for
the council to pass the measure over
his veto. It will require seven of the
nine votes in the council, and it is not
probable that so many votes can be se
cured.
Angostura Bitters cures colic, lever ami ague
and indigestion. The genuine manufactured
only by Dr. J. (i. B. Siegert & Sons. All drug
gists keep them.
LONG BEACH.
Saturday last opened anew chapter in
the history of Long Beach. The formal
opening of the Terminal railroad, driving
the golden spike, the reception of the
chamber of commerce and ladies' annex
by our and some of San Pedro's most
representative citizens was such ac to
emphasize, if necessary, the hospitality
for which Californians are noted ; indeed
the people of the two cities on the bay
vied with each other in friendly rivalry
ts extend to our distinguished visitors
the most courteous treatment. Nothing
but the most friendly expressions of good
will for the two cities on the sea (which
must act as one for the improvement of
the harbor) was heard, and more than
one of our most successful representative
visitors predicted that here, on the bay
of San Pedro, the future greatcity of the
Pacific waa destined to be located.
Our neighbors of San Pedro, Wilming
ton and the colonies turned out in full
force, and to them much of the success
of the celebration is due, as their dona
tion of materials for the barbecue was
most generouß and their assistance in
helping receive and entertain our guests
being invaluable; indeed the people of
this whole Eection were in unison and
acted aa a committee of the whole
in receiving and entertaining our
visitors. C. I. Goucher, president
of the board of trustees, aa tbe
city's representative received them offi
cially, and Trustee Edmond Lockett
made the address of welcome. These
gentlemen were ably seconded by
Trustees John Roberts, J. H. John, and
Citizenß Thomas Stovell, Jotham and
Llewellyn Bixby, Dr. J. W. Wood, W.
W. Lowe, W. H. Trentzen, C. S. Hussey
and F. G. Butler. The ladies, of course,
took a prominent part and the men
loomed up only as conspicuous for their
smallness. All industries were well
represented and the gentlemen were im
pressed by the feasibility of making a
safe and commodious harbor here on the
bay.
A few of those who were at the open
ing were: Mr. G. W. Ford, the nursery
man and pomolog'tcal expert, of Santa
Ana, and Mr. Sam McKinley, the enter
prising orchardist of Vernon, oame down
to spy out the country.
ArchitectE. F. Kysortooka rundown.
Miss Blanch Brown, of Los Angeles,
aud Nettie Leonard, of Anaheim, graced
the occasion by their presence.
Mrs. D. H. Binkley and daughter
Nellie, of PJagle Kock valley, were here.
Councilman D. M. McGarvy'e genial
uresence was felt.
Next Postmaster Van Dnzen, of course,
took it in.
Dick McKnight(ourDick)came down,
looking up baseball talent. He engaged
Nemo for umpire.
A. R. Greening wa9 here, looking over
the scenes of former triumphs.
Mrs. Mary E. Hart, of the Press asso
ciation, by her presence lent additional
beauty to the scene.
Mrs. Jane Robinson and daughter
Mary, who are now in California, came
down on the chamber of commerce
train.
Rev. Mr. A. M. Hough and wife and
Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Elwood took a run
down.
Mr. and Mrs. Moss and daughter also
came.
Ex-Sherilf J. 0. Kays was an inter
ested observer.
Judge W. H. Savage and George H.
Peck, of San Pedro, assisted our com
mittees in doing honor to our guests.
E. B. Scott and J. H. Lieman, of the
San I'edro Times, represented that
journal.
J. H. Dodson, Ira Price, George H.
Peck, D. R. Clay, W. H. Savage and two
daughters, Captain Wallace and Mr.
Sepulveda were a small portion of those
who represented San Pedro.
High chief ranger of the Foresters of
California, G. A. McElfnest, of Santa
Monica, and V. O. R., C. L. Wilde, of
Los Angeles, and the Alfalfa lodge, of
Compton, made a fraternal visit to the
Long Beach lodge of Foresterß last Mon
day evening. Three new members were
initiated into the Foresters and eight
into the Grand Orient. Speeches were
made and a collation partaken of.
C. Denio was appointed city trustee
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1891.
vice IL. Fretterman. resigned at the
last meeting of the board.
Mrs. John Roberts, who died Wednes
day, was buried Friday, the 13th.
C. A. Lewis and daughter, Ida, gave
one of their mystical entertainments at
the tabernacle Thursday night, before a
large audience.
E. E. Crandall took a run down laßt
Thursday. The many friends of Mrs.
Crandall, who is now in Honolulu, will
be glad to learn of her improved health.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyde, of Connecticut,
have taken up their residence hero with
their family. Nkmo.
Quick time and low rates eastward.
Only 3 days and 20 hours, Los Angeles
to Chicago by the Santa Fe route. Time
reduced to all eastern points. Pullman
drawing room and tourist Bleeping cars
daily. Special tourist car excursions to
Boston and intermediate points weekly.
Santa tV excursion conductors accom
pany passengers through. No extra
charge for attendance. Particular at
tention given to west-bound passengers,
tourists, colonists and settlers. Tickets
from all points in the east and Europe
on application to Santa Fe ticket office,
119 North Spring street ana at First
street station, Los Angeleß.
A HARBOR WANTED.
A MASS MEETING OF CITIZENS TO
CONSIDER THE MATTER.
The Energies of Those Interested to Be
Applied to the Proposition of Improv
ing the Inside Harbor at San Pedro by
Dredging.
Mayor Hazard and Secretary Charles
D. Willard, of the chamber of com
merce, were in consultation yesterday as
to the best method for arranging a mass
meeting on the harbor question. It has
long ago become apparent that the
proposition for an outer harbor to be
formed by a great retaining 6ea-wall
would not be countenanced by the na
tional government, and there is little
probability that bo enormous an under
taking will materialize for Eome years
to come. In view of this fact a number
of public-spirited citizens have argued
that it would be better to agitate the
question of improving the inner harbor
at San Pedro, with some chance of hav
ing something done, than to struggle
entirely in vain with the more
ambitious problem of the sea
wall. It seems to them now that
for a comparatively small sum San Pe
dro harbor, by dredging, can be made
sufficient for all the shipping which the
next generation may require. The
present war scare also would cut a fig
ure in the argument over a demand for
the improvement, for until now the
federal government has not done any
thing to provide for a safe harbor on the
Southern California coast.
It is intended to call a general meet
ing of citizens, under the auspices of the
chamber of commerce, to take action on
this matter and decide what this city
desires to have done toward a harbor,
the necessity of which becomes more
and more apparent every day.
As a preventive Dr. Henley's Celery, Beel
and Iron has no equal.
You will find lots of bargains today at
the grand opening of the new Golden
Eagle clothing store, corner of Requena
streets, under U. S. hotel.
Dental Announcement.
Dr. Mcßeath of Milwaukee, has opened
dental parlors in Los Angeles, at 230}£ South
Spring street, Room 1, where he is prepared to
do work.
Ebinger's Restaurant and Bakery,
Corner of Spring and Third streets. Everything
under new- management. Mince pies ior fami
lies a specialty.
Basket Saloon.
719 North Alameda St., Hiou & Rappet, Pro
prietors. Fine imported wines, liquors and
cigars. Free lunch every day.
WHY DO you make such poor bread? Be
cause you do not use the Eureka brand of flour
put up expressly for W. Chamberlain & Co.,
213 8. Broadway.
For Home Comforts
And good cooking, go to the Hotel Jackson,
Third and Main streets.
Boys' clothing. The largest Hock on the
coast at Mullen, Bluett & Co.'s, corner Spring
and First.
WHEN IT COMES to carrying the finest and
choicest groceries, W. Chamberlain &('o. take
tbe lead. 213 South Broadway.
f|f GIBSON & TYLER
142-144 N. SPRING.
«teSf 4 *~ !i4 BUY THK
jfaff Star Shoe
(Schoolboy's Pride),
Best Hearing Shoe
SHORTHAND.
The Old Reliable Longley Institute
Still stanfis at the head, as its long-standing and
efficient work will testify. Shorthand taught
as it is practiced. Thorough, practical, econ
omical and reliable. It is our specialty.
211 WEST ST.
Entrance opposite Hotel Nadeau. 10-18-lm
to exchanue.
list "of
_T eastern property for California property.
N. M. ENTLER. 218 W. First St. 11-15 St
X ACRES NEAR THE CITY ON ELECTRIC
•J car line, only 25 minutes'ride; a line piece
of soil, splendid location; will sell for less than
it is worth or take a cheap house for part pay,
balance cash and time. W. B. AKEY, 118 S.
Broadway. It
TTtOR EXCHANGE—TWO HOUSES. CON
JT taining 20 rooms; price, $5000; one-half ex
change and one half on long time at low in
terest. Apply 412 8, Hope St. 11-15 2t
OR EXCHANGE—A 5-ROOM HOUSE IN
tbe city, and 10 acres improved laud, for
cheap house and lot near car line outside of
city. F. H. PIEPER & CO., 108 Broadway.
11-15 2t
EXCHANGE—A 120-ACRE IMPROVED
' farm inElk Co., Kansas, with house, barn
and all fenced and cross-fenced; in exchange
for lots ot fard or dwelling house in or near the
city. F. H. PIEPER & CO., 108 Broadway.
11-15-21
STOCKS AND BONDSj^
TF YOU DESIRE TO LOAN OR BORROW
A money, buy or sell bonds, stocks, mort
gages or other securities, or make good invest
ments, call on THE PIRTLE REAL ESTATE
AND TRUkT CO., 229 W. Second st. 11 7 tf
CONTRACTOKS AND BUILDERS.
CONRAD WTDMlN
ousand asphalt paving. 227 W. First st.
9-1 12m
CJ. KUBACH, CONTRACTOR <b BUILDER.
• Office and shop 419 East Seventh st. Tel
ephone No. 306. ti-1 92
AMUSEMENTS.
LOS ANGBLES THEATER.
H. C. Wvatt, Manager.
THREE NIGHTS !
Commencing Sunday November 15th.
The play that has made all America laugh,
SKIPPED BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON!;
INTBODI'CINO
CHAS .1. HAG AN, TOM MARTIN,
ALFA PERRY, JOHN C. LEACH,
DOLLY THORNTON, LIDA WELLS,
Together with a brilliant coterie of Comedians
in new features, new spcclalti,is, new dances
aud all new music.
Tiik LoriiKsT Lacoh or the Skason!
Popular Prlces-25c, 50c. 75c, $1.00.
OPERA HOUSE.
Saturday Evening, November 28th,
One Lecture only, by
-3 GEO. KENNAN 1 J£ —
Subject; "Russian Exile System."
Under the auspices of the Rpskin Art Club.
Tickets for sale at Day St Fisher's music store,
and by members of club
Box offlce open for sale of seats November
27th and 28th.
jq-EW VIENNA BUFFET.
THE ONLY FAMILY RESORT
114 and 116 Court street,
Opposite the old Courthouse. Tf. Kkbkow, Prop
FREE ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT
Every night, and Matinee on Wednes
day from 1 to 3 p.m.
Family Entrance. Family Department.
First appearance in Los Angeles of the
Talented Artist. MISS MAY ADAMS.
The famous Berth's Ladies' Orchestra; Miss
Marguerite Berth, Directress.
JJAZARD'S PAVILION.
ADMISSION FREE!
8k All Nil—lo to 12 a.m.; 2to 5 and 7:30 to
10 p.m. (iundavs excepted). Saturday night,
7:30 to 11 p.m.
Private Bicycle Lessons to ladies or gents,
7to 10 a.m.; 12 to 2 and sto 7 p.m.
Decorum rigidly eulorced. 10,000 feet best
maple floor. 2000 strap, club and the Famous
Ball Beakikg Skates, the equalizers of roller
to ice skating. School girls skate free alter
noons (Saturdays excepted), parents and teach
ers approving. Beginning Monday, Nov. 9,
PACIFIC COAST SKATING CO.,
11-1 lm J. L Walton, Manager.
PROF. PAYNE'S ACADEMY, COR. 3ROAD
way and Sixth.
ASSEMBLIES EVERY TUESDAY EVENING.
ORGANIZING OF CLASSES.
Advance Ladies and Gentlemen—Monday
evening, November 30. Classes now formed.
Cut this out.
CS. TRAPHAGEN'S
. NEW HAMMAM BATH
230 S. Main Street.
For colds or coughs; for rheumatism; for
malaria; for cleanliness: for health
and happiness
TAKE TURKISH BATHS.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
NORTON St 228 WEST SECOND
street, buy, soli and exchange real estate.
Have desirable orange lands and orange
groves at Pomona, Ontario and Redlands at at
tractive prices Can we interest you?
First-class lauds, suitable for walnuts or de
ciduous fruits, corn, sugar beets, etc.; 30 rain- •
utes ride from the city, at $65 per acre on easy
terms.
10 acres land with water, good location, and
some coin, for house and lot in southwestern
part of city.
27 acres, walnut, grove in full bearing, 10
miles from the city; nothing finer: will pay 20
per tent on the investment, at a very low
price for a few days.
10 acres in bearing figs, fenced, new 4-room
house, water piped, 3000 1 -year-old oranges
and 5000 fig trees iv nursery; only $2500, $700
cash, balance easy. 11-8 lm
HE NADEAU VINEYARD—THIS EXCEL-
Ient body of land, located 2% miles south
of Los Angeles city, is one of the finest tracts of
land in the state. Most every one iv Los Ange
les is well acquainted with the facts which
make it necessary to sacrifice this land. Under
any ordinary circumstances this land should
bring $250 to $300 per acre; but we will offer t
the choice for the next ten days, in bodies of
100 acres or more at tne riaiculously low
figure of $100 to $150 per acre. We havemede
such arrangements with capitalists as to be
able to give good terms ou deferred payments
to those who cannot pay all cash. Come early
and get your choice. This oiler will only be
open for a very few days.
Our list contains several thousand pieces oi
property too numerous to publish. Many of
them are genuine bargains. Whether you want
a farm, a fruit ranch, a city home or a piece of
business property, it will do you to call on us
and see what we have.
INNEB A MANGRUM,
11-15 8t 150 S. Broadway.
J7IOR SALE—
3 BY
W. P. McINTO3H,
144 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Orange groves at Redlands, Barton and Men
tone. Choice olive, lemon and other lands on
6 years and 10 years time.
11 acres oranges, with heavy crop, and other .
fruits, large house a:.d barn, and best location
in Redlands; ouly % mile from Redlands post
office; only $15,000.
16 acres in Redlands, all in bearing: 253
oranges, 685 pencil, 103 apricot, 100 necta
rines, 11 lemon. 1!) apple, 7 figs and 8 wain it
trees, besides 120 budded orange trees aud a
nursery of 2000 orange trees; cemented reser
voir on highest corner about 100 feet square; a
beautiful stream of clear mountain water flow
ing along south boundary for over 1200 feet,
lined with shade trees, small house and barn;
price only $8000; terms, $4700 cash, balance
annual payments at 8 per cent interest.
10 actes one mile from center of Redlands.
all in fine budded oran.re trees, $6000.
4% acres in tine budded orange trees on the
finest residence street in Redlands, with beau
tiful new house, overlooking the whole town
and valley; price, $6000: terms, l-j cash, bal
ance in 2, 3 and 4 years, at 7 per cent interest.
MENTONE IMI'KOVEO LANDS.
20 acres, all in choicest orange treeß, on the
best land at Mentone; price, $20,000.
10>j acres in oranges and nursery of 60,000
orange trees, finest of their age in the world,
grown without any shelter over them, about
10,000 budded to choicest varieties of oranges
and lemons; price only $11,000; half cash, bal
ance 1. 2, 3, 4 and 5 years, at 8 per cent inter
est. The lemon buds in nursery adjoining this
are 8 feet, and orange buds 5 to 6 feet tall at 6
months old.
acres 1 block from city of San Bernar
dino, 10 acres of which are in oranges, re
mainder in other fruits; $2000 house, good
barn, plenty water, $12,000; half cash.
I'NIMPROVSD LAND.
10 and 20-acre tracts at. Barton ranch, $300
per acre; lOper cent cash, balance 10 years at
6W per cent interest.
10 and 20-acre tracts at Mentone, $200 to
$300 per acre; 10 per cent cash, balance 6
years at 8 per cent.
160 acres adjoining Crafton, with tine flowing
spring ou highest portion, about 30 acres in
grain this year, all line soil, but portion on side
hill, just the place for olives, the level portion
finest orange land In the valley; only $40 per
acre. This is the best located for nice homes,
and cheapest land on the market. Only 1%
miles from R. R.
75 acres in Redlands, railread station at one
corner: largest orange grove in the county ad
joining it on one side; 10 miners' inches of
water, continuous flow in pipe at one corner;
all land first-class; only $260 per acre; must be
half cash.
CITY PROPERTY CHEAP FOR CASH.
1 lot, Myrtle avenue, near Pico st., $700 cash.
1 lot, Angeleno Heights, best one vacant,
$1500 cash.
1 lot, Court street, with good barn, $1500;
one-third cash, balance in monthly payment*.
1 lot near Washington and Hoover, $500;
same terms.
1 elegant 2-story house, only 5 minutes' ride
on cable car from Spring 6t., $9000.
1 flue 2-story house, 7 minutes' ride on cable,
$5000.
1 12-room house, one 'dock from High school,
and 2 fine lota, $7500: finished in hard wood.
1 house and lot on Temple street, 10 minutes'
walk from Spring street, $3000; easy terms.
Anpiy to w. p. Mcintosh,
144 South Main street,
11 13 lm Los Angeles, Cal.
FIVE GENT S A LINE
CHURCH NOTICES.
TMMANUELPRESBYTERIANCHURCH.COR
JL nor Tenth and Pearl sts Services will tie
held in the lecture room at 11 o'clock, Sab
bath-school at 9:30, ss the main body of (he
church is used for the construction of the no w
o'.'gan. 11-18 It
IJMRBT~t'RESRYTERIAN CHURCH. CORNER
JP Second and Broadway Preaching 11a m.
and 7:30 p.m. by Rev. J. B. Stewart; Sunday
school, 9:30 a.m. chiuese school. 5.15 p.m.
Young People's C. E. meeting, 0:20 p.m,
Strangers cordially invited.
C~i7IrIST CHURCH—CORNER PICO AND
/ Flowersts. Services 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.
r.i. Sunday-school i) : 45 a.m. Rev. Thos. W.
Haskins, D. P.. pastor.
/CHURCH OF THE UNITY-REV. J 8.
\_> Thomson, pastor. Services will be held in
the Grand Opera-house Sunday at 11 a. m.
Subject Sunday morning. "Judas Iscariot
as a Preacher of the Gospel." There will be
no evening service.
HE NEW CHURCH—Temperance Temple,
Broadway and Temple street, at 11 a.m.
Rev. George W. Savory on scientific inter
pretation of international Sunday-school les
son for November 22d. "Reason and Reli
gion." Froo seals, literature and debate alter
address.
f 11. PHILIJPS, PASTOR OF THE PBO
fI. pie's church, Campbell's hall. Morning
subject: "God Using Little Things." Evening
lecture: "House Cleaning." Everybody wel
comed,
F~~ CHURCH, COR
ner Sixth and Hill streets. Rev. R. G.
Hutchlus, 1). D., pastor. Services at 11 00 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m. Y.
P.B.C.E ~ 6:30 p m.
SPIRITUAL AND PSYCHIC INVESTIGATION
meetings, Forrester hall, on Main Btreet,
near First street. Thcnoed platform test me
dium, Florence X Rich, will give tests; Mrs.
Julia Garrott, the well-known independent
slate writer, will give writings Sunday even
ings ut 7:30 o'clock. Mediums' meeting at
8:30. All mediums are invited to take part.
Admission 10c to each meeting, All welcome.
T~~OS ANGELEj SPIRITUAL SOCIETY—
1j 0. A. R. hall. 010K South Spring St.
Prof. W. C. Bowman lectures tonight. Follow
ing the lecture -Vrs. A. Baldridge will give
plat form tests: she will also give tests at 2:30
p.m Admission to each meeting 10c.
FOR 9Al.E—City Property.
r part of city; house of 9 rooms, pantry, clos
ets, ba. n. windmill, tank and tank house, lot
80x130 and 15 foot driveway to electric rail
way, chicken corrals, lawn, fine shrubbery:
also two lots, 1 block from electric car line;
also 1 acre 1 block from electric car line, a
hjrgaiu. 1). NEUHAKT, 151 S. uroadway.
11-15 2t
I~~7ib~R SALE-TWO LOTS, EACH 65x130, ON
' Wesley aye., opposite College Campus; also
a corner on Wesley aye. 130 x 130, cueap: 1 lot
In Wiesendanger tract, cheap. D, NEUHART,
151 S. Broad way. 11-15 2t
I "TOR SALE—THE PROPERTY, 412 8. HOPE
1 st.. rental $10 monthly: price, $5000, part
cash, part exchange for lots or smaller house.
11-15 2t
I~7OR~ SALE—LODGING HOUSE OF 30
' rooms, one of tne finest close in locations in
the city; all newly furnished, including piano,
etc.; price about one-half its value; termseasv.
W. B. AKEY', 118S, Broadway. It
FINE - lIOME AT A BARGAIN-HOUSE
of 8 rooms in southern part of the city,
new and freshly painted, fine lawn, stable, one
block from electric road; owner will sell this
property and two vacant lots for the small sum
of $3200; terms, $1700 cash, balance on long
time. Call or address 1837 S. Main St.
11-12 6t
FOR SALE — A BARGAIN FOR SOME
church, lodge-room, saloon or public hill;
34 hanging lamps, 9 large brass lamps, 6 stu
dent lamps The above are in good order and
will be Bold at about one-third of cost Apply
at the Herald offlce. 10-25-tf
SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY, SALE
'or exchange, and houses to rent, with
CHAS.VICTOR HALL, 223 W. First. 10-6 2m
FOR hAI.K- Country Property.
M)R^B ALE—2©" 7?
' finest land in Southern California * *J
with an abundance of water for irrigation,
• which isdeedfd with the land: 8 miles from
Los Angeles,'.; mile from station and close to
school;only $175 per acre: one-fourth cash,
balance 6 annual payments; better land cannot
be had if you paid $500 per acre. Come and
see us. V. O. CASS, 112 S. Broadway. It
SAI.E-80 ACRES OF EXTRA OfTA
' tine laud near Ontario and less than wO"
% mile from railroad; only $50 an acre, half
cash. F. O. CASS, 112 m. Broadway. It
SALE—FORCED TO PAY DEBT-*;
X 1 choice alfalfa, corn, grain and fruit land;
running water; fenced: cultivated; will pro
duce $10 to $60 per acre annual iucome; 17
miles from Los Angeles, % mile from railroad
depot; price down COWAN. Admr. BAXTER,
attorney, 175 N. Spring St., Room 8.
10-16 cod lm
SPECIAL NOTICE.
j TT»ERTILIZERS FOR LAWNS —THE SEASON
IJL has now arrived when, to get a good lawn
1 and to keep it good, it is necessary it should lie
dressed with some kind of fertilizer. We
! therefore advise our friends to use our care
fully prepared lawn fertilizer, it being cheaper
tiian stable manure. No weeds, 110 smell,
easily applied, and will be found to produce a
most steady and pleasing growth. Put up in
250,50 c and $1 bags. Nitrate of soda, pure
dissolved bones, bone meal and superphos
phate itlwavs on hand. GERMAIN FRUIT
CO., Baker block, Los Angeles. 10 23 d&w
A RTHI R VERVOORT, 369 N. MAIN ST..
i\. Room 12. will hang any wall paper at 10c.
per single roll. 11-11 7t
SEWING MACHINES—A. W. UPTON WILL
buy, Bell, rent and repair all kinds of sow
ing machines. All work guaranteed. 417 8.
Spring st. 11-8-lm
NATURAL HEALING, MASSAGE AND
bathing rooin6. Massage treatment by the
latest improved methods. LUDWIG GOSS
■ MANN. German masseur, 321% S. Spring street,
rooms 6 and 7. 11-4-lm
THE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC CURE
is the greatest discovery made within the
last 100 years in patent medicines. For sale
by all leading-druggists 10-17 I2m
NOTICE -THE CITY STEAM DYEING AND
cleaning works and office have removed to
343 S. Broadway. A. LORRAIN, Proprietor
10 17 tf
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
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 flue of $2 will be
charged before water will beturned on again.
aul7-tf
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—SOO POUNDS SAL WAYI'EAOH
stones cured for planting. $1.50 per 100
pounds. R. M. TOWN, 1334 Calumet avenue,
city. 11 15 It
TXIR SALS—A NO. 1 HAMMOND TYPE
JT writer cheap Room 9, Temperance Temple
building, from 4 to 5 p m , one week. 11-15 2t
SUGAR BEETS-FOR SALE IN LOTS TO
suit. The best, richest and cheapest feed
I for stock. Inquire northeast cor. Compton and
j Florence ayes ,orJ. C. MERRILL, No. 105 N.
! Bro dway. 11-15 lm
■ —
j T7IORSALE OR _ KXCHANGE FOR LOT, A
f thoroughbred Shetland pony, with cart, har
' ness, etc.; as fine a rig asthere is in the city.
ALFRED H. ACKEKMAN, St. James park.
11-13 7t
T^ORSALE— FOR CA9H OR TO EXCHANGE
P forlxis Angeles city or county property:
500,000,000 feet Oregon pine lumber on the
stumpy 11 -7t
F"~ OR SALE—SMALL HOUBE, CORNER
Wall and Fourth sts. Apply 308 E. Fourth
si. 11-10 7t
SECOND HAND BOOTS AND SHOES
and sold. 364 Aliso st. F. MAT
THEWB. 11 10 7t
WAGONS, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES—IF YOU
want to buy, sell or exchange; the largest
stock in the city to select from. 221-225 Re
quena St., east of Los Angeles st. 9-20 90t
NURSES.
"A"~THOROUGHLY I
x\ who obtained his qualifications in London I
desires a position in town or country. N. B.—
Is a practised reader and anipnuensis. Address
for one week KENT, this offlce. 11-15 It
US WEITER7 HOSPITAL* TRAINED |
nurse. 502 S. Broadway. Tel. 926.
li 14 lm
MRS. CHAB. P. MILLER, LADIES' NURSE"".
1130 S. Olive st, 11-14 51
FIVE CENTS A LINE
WANTED HKI.r.
WANTED— TAILOR FOR BUBHELING. 504 I
S. SPRING It. 11-16 at «
ANTED—A FIRST CLASS MAN TO TAKE
charge of onr basement salesrooms; muiit
be experienced and furnish urst-claaa refer- '
encc. PEOPLE'S STORE. 11-14 2t
END YOUR ORDERS FOR MALE AND FE
lualehclp to the German-American Em
ployment Office, No. 107 W. Flrßt st, Room 3. i
L. MAYER, Proprietor, 8-29 Cm
ANTED—CITY CANVASSER; BIG COM
mlssion; between 10 a m. and 3 p. m.
Room 46, Bonobrake building. 6 10 tl
WANTED — COOK'S HEADQUARTERB:
free of charge; California brandy, sc; soup
and beer, sc. GEO. LACOUR, 401 N. Los An
geles St., Los Angeles, Cal. 8-21 3m
ANTED —ALL NEEDING HELP _ FREE—
Employment or any information, address
E. NITTINOER'S BUREAU; established 1880
Office, 319% S. Spring; residence, 451 8. Hope
at., cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 118,
8-16 tf
WANTED—FUiHAIjE HELV
WANTKD — APPRENTICE TO LKAKN
dressmaking. Cutting taupht by the best
tailor system. Apply 127 R. Third street.
11-15 3t
V,t' r ANTED — A GIRL FOR GENERAL
V> houseworii. 428 Temple Bt. 11-16 2t
M~KS7~HARDEN, 312 VV. FOURTH ST.,
corner of Broadway; gooa help for hotels
and families. 11 13 lm
wantkd—agents.
to
manage branch agency; send stamp for
free sample. E. L, BALDWIN, Detroit, Mich.
10-2 cod 3m
\l7 ANTED—LADY CANVASSER FOR CITY;
» » big pay and high class work; call between
10 a.m. ami 3 p.m. Room 43, Brison Bonebrake
block. 1-2S 12m
WANTSD-mBCILIiANIODb.
work mules, 4 years old and upwards,
weighing 1100 pounds each and upwards.
Address llemet Land Co., E. L. MAYBKRRY,
Geuerul Manager, Room 28, Baker block, Los
Angeles. 11-10 tf
ANTED—IO,OOO TEETH TO EXTRACT,
Chicago Dental Rooms, absolutely without
pain by our new system. All dental work done
10 per 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 (1.00 at the bay
aud wood yard, corner Seventh and Olive.
10-2 3m
WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAP
est place at BURNS', 256 8. Main st.
1-27-tf
PERSONAL.
X like to make the acquaintance of a middle
aged gentleman who is rooming. Address
MRS. ANNIE P. MORBE, L. A. P.O. 11-15 It
T)ROF. STEARNS, THE OLDEST ASTROLO-
L germ the state In at 423 S. Spring St.
■ 11.11 lm
ATTENTION. LADIES! —' EMMA" BUST DE
veloper will enlarge your bust 5 inches;
guarant»d; sealed instructions 2c. or 24 page
illustrated catalogue Oc, by mail. EMMA
TOILET BAZAK, Boston, Mass. 10-18 sun 3m
MADAM SIMMONS. ACKNOWLKGKD BY
press and public the greatest clairvoyant
and magnetic healer in the United Slates, tells
past, present and future; fee,sl. I aIBO cureall
kinds of diseases by my magnetic power:
charges reasonable: don't fatl to see me; entire
satisfaction guaranteed. 124S S. Spring st.
II 107t
PERSONAL— FLORF.NCE K. RICH OF
Boston, trance ami business medium. Con
sultationsgivcu on all business, stocks, min
erals and tnmily affairs; also diagnosis of dis
eases; hours 9lb 6. ;tli;> a Spring st , Room
12. 10-29 lm
CHICAGO DENTaL ROOMS—THE REAL
painless dentists have come to stay. Lo
cated in Wilson block, rooms 27 and 28, second
floor, corner First and Spring sts. In order to
introduce their won, for the next thirty days
will do all kinds of dental work for 10 per
cent, above cost of material. All work guaran
teed the very best. Teeth extracted without
pain by our uew system. Examinations free
of charge. G. B. HOUSTON, 1). D. S.. Manager.
10-29-lm
PERSONAL — "ECONOMIC PRICES—
Sugar, 25 rbs brown, or 18tbswhlte,ll;
10 tbs cornmeal, 20c; 4 tbs rice. 25c; germea,
20c; (i Ibs sago or tapioca, 25c; rolled ryo, 15c; 3
pkgs starch or corn narch,2sc;6 tbs rolled wheat,
25c; mountain coffee, 25c; 5 tbs food tea, $1;
11 cans fruits, $1; 4 cans sardines, 25c; 6 lbs
raisins. 25c; ti lbs dried peaches, 25c; 4 lbs ap
ricots, 25c; bottle Worcestershire sauce, 15c;
sack flour 80c; 4 bottles flavoring extracts,
25c; cheese, 20c: bams, l-t'..r; bacon. 13% c;
Liebig'sextrnctmeat, 35c.ECONOMIC STORES,
305 S. Spring st. 7-5 tf
MRS. JOHNSON, CARD READER, 1207
Second st.; take electric car to Kern St.;
fee $1. Will be here only two weeks longer.
10-16 lm
MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM. CONBULTA
tions on business, ((peculations, family
affairs, mineral and oil locations, removals,
disease, life reading, etc. 13H% 8. Spring St..
Room 15. Honrs, 9am Inßp m. 7-10 tf
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
T.-10R RENT—S
I 1 second house from (Itaud avenue. Apply
ROOM 20, Potomac block. 11-15 3t
IpOR RENT—HOUSE OF""~0 ROOMS, ALL
1 elegantly furnished, corner Boyle aye. and
Virginia aye.. Boyle Heights; hot and cokl
water, gas and all conveniences. Apply at l:i6
W. Second st. 11-lo tf
HOUSE OF 9~ ROOMS, "NICE
1 double parlor, fine view of city. No. 282 9.
Olive st. ?35 a month, water free. 11-13 31
FOR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVERTHK CITY.
C. A. SUMNER & CO., 107 8. Broadway.
mlO-tf
FOR RENT—ROOMS.
IN O R~R
1 rooms, flue double parlor, ncwlv painted
and papered. I>. NEUHAKT, 151 's. Broad
way. 11-15 21
OR - RENT—A FLAT OF 4 FURNISHED
rooms and 4 unfurnished rooms and cottage
of 3 rooms. Address 412 8. Hope st. 11-15 It
I7«OR RENT—DESIRABLE FURNISHED
? rooms. 648 8. Olive. 11-14 Kot-Wed tf
OIR™~R~ENT-OFFICEB IN THE FINEST
ground floor offlce room In the ctty. IN
NES ,t MANGRUM, 150 8. Broadway. tf
BUSINESS CHANCICB.
BusiN
of 20 rooms and the lot: price $5000; $1000
cash, balance 4 years, 6 per cent interest: $50
monthly can be made renting rooms: buy and
saverent. 4128. Hope st. 11-152t
I ~HAVE A GOODLOCATION FOR A MEAT
market, good shop, barn and living rooms;
rent cheap; a small capital will start a man in
a good paying business: no fixtures to sell;
none but experienced responsible parties need
apply. W. B. AKEY. 118 8. Broadway. It
FOR SALE —$75 ~CASH TAKES IT: A
Spring st. frui'j stand; rent only $15 month.
DOYLE & ANDERSON. 155 N. Spring. 11-13 0t
FOR SALE—CENTRAL CIGAR STAND;
buyer also gets half profits of billiard and
card rooms: sacrifice at $225. DOYLE <fc AN
DERSON, 155 N. Spring. 11-13 6t
I" ''OR SALE—B)SOO, HAY AND GRAIN, COAL
and wood business, clearing $150 a month;
2 horses, 2 wagons, scales, sheds, stalls, tools
and stock; the right man can increase the busi
ness. DOYLE & ANDERtjON, 165 N. Spring.
11-13 6t
FOR SALE—ONLY $550, FINE SALOON;
elegant fixtures, well stocked, horse and
wagon (for family delivery trade), safe, billiard
table, etc ; fine bar patronage. DOYLE & AN
DERSON, 155 N. Spring 11-13 6t
OR SALE OR TO RENT—THK SOUTH
Pasadena hotel and fabout 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 ana 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 lnquat trees, and a small vineyard, to
gether with a beautiful garden of flowers and
shrubs. For further particulars address or In- j
quire of DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 N. Marengo
aye.. Pasadena. Cal. 5-26 12m
ASS'OJftNEtS;
broolksTl
. Rooms 28, 29, 30 and 31, Fulton block, )
near courthouse, New High st. Telephone
981. 8-11 tf
LACEYATRABK, ATTORNEYB AT LAW,
Fulton block, 207 New High it , Los Ange
lea, Cal. 1244-tf
FIVE CENTS A LINE
FINANCIAL.
$1,500,000
TO LOAN AT R. O. LUNT'B
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
227 vv. Sucond St., Adjoining Herald office
CHEAP MONEY.
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY.
of San Franclsuo. Jul tf
ACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS HO SHY
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
monoy without delay; private offices for ooa
sultation; will call If desired; W. E. DnOROOT,
Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 South
Spring st., opposite Nadeau hotel. 7-29t1
*1 AAA AND UPWARD, ON REAL ESTATE.
$iyUU Apply to CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 223
VV. First street. 11-3-tf
TTO BRODTBECK. 118 8. BROADWAY.
Money to loan on Improved city and coun
try property at lowest current rate. 7-9 tf
AIN STREET SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST CO.,
HAS MONEY TO LOAN
in 110,000 and $20,000 lots,
AT VERY LOW RATES.
426J5. Main st. 8-4 tf
ONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, Dia
monds, watches, jewelry, pianos, seal
skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all
kinds of personal and collateral security. LSI
BROS., 402 8. Spring, mlB-tf
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 8. Main st
8-1-U
EDUCATIONAL.
DESIGN (IN
. corporatcd), corner Spring and Third sts.
L. E. Garden-Macleod, principal; Dr. 8. H.
Weller, president; Dr. Alter, vice-president;
Prof. Ko.-.b, art examiner; H. Forthman, D
Desmond; Malcolm Macleod treasurer and
secretary. 10-24 lm
R9~ NANNIE CATCHING, PIANO, GUI
tar, banjo and voice culture. 055 S. Spring.
10-4-tf
T)ROF. A. WILLHARTITZ GIVEB MUSIC
I lessons at Room 37, California Bank build
ing, southwest corner Second and Broadway,
and at residence ol pupils. Residence, 157 W.
Twenty-eighth st. 9-3 3m
UDLAM BCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts, V M.C.A. building. 7-8 tf
HE LOB ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
and English Training School (incorporated).
144 ti. Main St., Los Angeles. Superior ac
commodations: complete courses In book
keeping, shorthand, typewriting, penmanship,
telegraphy. English and assaying; thorough
daily class drill and close personal attention;
frequent reviews; call aud Inspect our facili
ties and method of doing work; write for cir
culars. E. R. Shrador, President; F. W. Kel
sey, Vice-pres't; I. N. Inskeep, Sec, 8-16 Iyr
OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE
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, FELKEB A WILSON,
7-5 3m Proprietors.
OS ANGELES UNIVERSITY—FOR BOTH
sexes. location, 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
CiCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL,
O Engineering, Surveying, Architecture
Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DEB NAILLEB,
723 Marxet St.. San Francisco. Send foroia
culars. 12-1012 m
EXCURSIONS.
H~
Ticket Agency, 115 8. Spring St., in front
of the Wieland. Railroad tickets bought, sold
and exchanged. 9-22 lyr
HILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA RIO
route every Friday personally conducted
through to Chicago and Boston. Offlce, No. 138
South spring st. 1 tf
CTJUDSON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
. every Thursday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager In charge. Offlc,\ 212 8. Spring st.
ROCK - ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS
leave Los Angeles Tuesdays via Denver and
Rio Grande railway. Through Pullman tourist
can to Chicago via Salt Lake City, Leadvflleand
Denver. For circulars, etc., calf on or address
F. W. THOMPSON, 138 8. Spring St. 5-12 tf
SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL
competitors, both in time and distance, to
all points East. Special tourist excursions Bast
every THURSDAY. For lull information, an
ply to or address any agent, or CLAKENCB A
WARNER. Exc. Manager, 29 N. Bprlng. 1-1 tl
PHYSICIANS.
tfTt^JHA^iTE^
O. 211 W. Ann st. Offlce, 129 S. Spring st.
No pay until well. No knife or pain. Blood,
skin and all catarrhal diseases cured. 11-8-lm
K. SALISBURY HAS REMOVED HIS
offlce to the Y. M. C. A. building, on Broad
way, south of Second st. 11-6 tf
r7~A. X G RES HAM, 119% ti. SPRING BT.
Telephone 533. 10-27 lm
R. LELIA LATTA, \2V% S. SPRING ST.
Diseases ot women and nervous diseases a
specialty. Offlce hours: 10 to 12 am., 3 to 5
and 7 to 8 p.m. 10 14 2m
R. 0. EDGAR SMITH.
Established 1883. '
FEMALE AND RECTAL DISEASES
A specialty. Files cured in from five to flf
, teen days without the knife or detention from
business. Offlce, corner Main aud Seventh sts.,
Robarts block. Tel. 1031. 9-11 tf
DR. H. ARENSBERO, GRADUATE OF
University of Berlin. Private. Blood and
nervous diseases a specialty; disorders of the
gentto-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 9 to 12, 26,
7-8 p.m. 7-7 U
REBECCA LEE DORSSY, M. D. OFFICE
No. 10714 N. Main st. Special attention given
to obstetrics, diseases of women, especially
nervous troubles and diseases of children.
Hours 9 to 11 a. m. and 2to 4 o. m Telephone
813. Je2-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 of
the respiratory organs. Offlce 137 S. Broad
way, Los Angeles.
MRS. DR. WELLS, 127 EAST THIRD ST.
Specialty, diseases of women. Many
years of successful painless methods In rectal
diseases.
RS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wifery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevuo aye. m 28 tf
'-.
FRANK
Spring St., Boom 1, Workman blk. 11-14 tf
ADAMS BROS., DENTfsTsi - REMOVED TO
239U 8. Spring st, bet. Second and Third.
Painless filling and extracting. Crowns, $5 up;
best seta teeth, $6 to $10. Rooms 1, 2, 374, 6
and 6. 1-17-tt
DR. G. KNEPPER, DENTIST, NO. 126 W
First St., old Wilson block. 5-31 tf
Q. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED
. to No. 131 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 9,
Phillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. mlStf
DR. 0. STEVENS A SONS, 107 N. SPRINS
sty Schumacher block, rooms 18 and 19;
teeth filled and extracted painlessly; plates 14
to $10; hours, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Sundays, 9 a
m. to 1 p, m. Je26-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. TOLHURST. DENTIST, 108k N. SPRINS
St.. rooms 2. 6 and 7. Painless extracrinr
DYKRSAND FINNJHbIksI
PARISIAN sT'mAIN
street. Best dyeing in the city. l-13tf
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKS
241 Franklin St. Fine dyeing and clean-'
ln « 1-13-tf
ABSTRACTS.
A COM.
INSURANCE.
-
~ DOBINBON A VBTTER.
*■* " 814 South Broadway.

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