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AT REDONDO. SOME TALK ABOUT FLOWERS AND OIL WELLS. A Letter From an Appreciative Visicor. , Carnations and Chrysanthemums—The promising Prospects for Natural (Jas and Oil. Correspondence lo the Herald. Redondo, Nov. 13. 1891. Last March the writer made a flying trip to Los Angeles and sojourned for a ;ew days at Redondo. The memory of that sunny visit to this sunny south, followed me all through the summer months, which generated such intoler able heat in the inland valleys of mid land California and the desire to return to the genial "oriental" climate of the semi-tropics culminated in this autum nal return to the Angelic vale. From Los Angeles to the sea I find much improvement in the way of new dwelling houses and the number of acres in cultivation, and in Redondo there is a large number of structures which have been put up during the sum mer and in process of erection. Busi ness is brisk and the columns of the Compass show a creditable list of ship ping arrivals and departures, coastwise, while occasionally is noted a consign ment from foreign ports direct. In other localities Redondo as a shipping port for Los Angeles valley, is being talked about to such an excent that this gem of the coast is attracting much attention in a commercial, as well as social way. As every one is aware, a sojourn at the seaside during the sad November month is not fashionable. The froth and glit ter of social life has vanished with the advent of the Indian summer, and the aftermath is composed of those who like the quiet and peaceful repose which follows the ebb tide atjhe close of the season. Consequently there are but few permanent guests at the hotels, at this writing, while the transient visitors are about the average. Among the former I may mention General McCook and wife of the department of Arizona, who have taken rooms at the Redondo until after the holidays, and Mrs. V. W. Beecroft, editor ol the Sutter City Enterprise, who is here in search of health. I also no ticed Mr. Peck of Marysville and his mother at dinner the other day. The young gentleman is assistant cashier in the bank of Decker, Swett & Co. of the above city and is much esteemed socially and personally. The gardens and conservatories are just now looking their best, and the vast beds of chrysanthemums are something wonderful to behold. It is idle to go to the floral fair to behold the gorgeous tlowers —the glt>ry of Japan—when they can lie seen in all their prodigality with in a few steps of the hotel doors. A stalk was presented to my notice, which had been plucked with a large basketful for adornment of the hotel tables, which by actual count had 118 perfect blos soms upon it, besides innumerable b«ds. The florist, when he desires to grow per fect blossoms for show flowers, carefully nips off all surplus buds as soon as formed, leaving only one to mature. By this procedure the entire strength of Ihe plant concentrates in one bloom. Had the gardener thus treated the plant un der discussion what a monstrous and as tonishing flower would have resulted from those 118 and more separate iden tities. The chrysanthemums here are of all colors and families, and since the genus is capable of much admixture, there are grades and hues innumerable. The beds of Redondo carnations are be ginning to put forth their wealth of blos som and will soon scent the air with th?ir abundant and spicy sweets. But I started in to tell about the oil well, not the tangles in old Capistrano's grizzled beard. It is a well-known fact that out from shore is an oil well, which constantly gives forth an abundance of crude petroleum ov green asphaltum, which floats ashore with high tide. The location of this singular deposit is ■clearly marked by the surface of the water assuming a glassy appearance. The substance which exudes is verysira ilar to the exudation from of the oil wells o f Kern county which throw up mounds of this material, until in that region for leagues, the country is full of black pot holes, and the water which emanates irom them is totally unfit for man or beast to drink. .When such marked in dications of oil was manifest near shore, as now at Redondo, it Wals reasoned that its subterranean flow must run landward, and acting upon this theory Cai>t. George Ainsworth has commenced sinking a well where croppings of oil were most favorable on shore, as men tioned above. At the time of my visit the well was down about 2-11 feet, with strong indications of a good flow of oil. In fact the unctuous fluid was freely floating on ths surface of the water which comes up with the debris from the drill hole. Redondo posseses many natural ad vantages, and when to these is added a living oil well she will take a step for ward which will amaze even her most sanguine admirers. There is no reason to doubt that under the valley of Los Angeles lie hidden vast quantities of oil and gas which, when discovered, would work such a revolution in com mercial activity in this section as would relegate the palmiest days of her late boom to the shade. What was the dark ness of Pennsylvania and Ohio until the "British oil," found floating on the creeks and being peddled about the country by quack 3as a cure for rheuma tism, caught fire from the torch of sci ence to give light to the round world? To come nearer horne —how obscure was the name of Stockton until the reservoir ol gas which for ages untold underlaid lue fertile San Joaquin valley, was tappped and from its seventeen subter ranean flues escaped the nower which is harnessed to the miller's wheel and turns a thousand spindles for manufac tories. It lights the dwelling and cooks the food for the private citizen, illumi nates the handsome granite courthouse, and, outshining the now obsolete man ufactured gas, will soon be shedding its effulgent light along her well kept and well paved streets. Truly, natural gas and oil are great auxiliaries to a community's progress. All signs point to their existence here, and, instead of sighing for the lares and penates of our neighbors, let us dig for the unctuous and inflammable wealth which lies be neath our feet. V. VV. B. Chronic Kheuinatism Cured. Robert G, Eldert, Valley Stream, writes: "1 am a boatman and upwards of 00 years of age During the past two years I have Buffered (severely from rheumatism of the lower part of mv back My back ached without cessation, and at times 1 thought I would lie paralyzed. I procured two Ai.i.cock's Porous Pi&stebs and nut them across the lower part of my spiue. I n twenty-four hours all the pain had ce.ised. At the end of a week I put on two fresh Allcock s PoK.it s Plasters, wore them ten days, then took tbein on', and washed my back with a. lit tle alcohol, which removed every trace of the Blasters it is now three months since the pasters cured me, an.l I feel very much atrotiger and better than ever before. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1891. A SOCIETY AFFAIR. Miss Ethel Stewart's Benefit This Evening. Miss Ethel Stewart's benefit takes place Monday evening at the opera house. The following excellent pro gramme will be presented: I'AKT I. l'iano solo—Polonaise In A flat major . Chopin Prol. Thomas Wilde Baritone solo—Bedouin Love Song Piusutii Prof. O. W. Kyle. Kuterpean Quartette—A Margarlte chadu ick Bell Song Leavltt Messrs. Dnpuv Williams, Nay, Wallace. Day Dreams—\ lolin obllgato Miss Grace Kofoed. Violin solo—Fantasie (II Trovatore) Slngelee Miss Ethel Stewart. Tenor solo—My Love Is Like a Fairy Dream (Harp Obllgato) Eugene Lansay Herr Arnold Kutner. Soprano solo—When the unlet Moon Is Beaming Schondoft' Miss Minnie Kantrowitz. Recitation—Whistling Regiment (Flute Ac companiment) Ethel Stewarl. , PART ft. Soprano solo Mln Mollis Adelia Brown. Harp solo—Fantasie Napolitano L. Geovecchim Slg. Musso. . Baritone solo—Let Me Love Thee Arditti Prof. O. Stuart Taylor. Piano solo—L'Hirondelle et fe Prisounier caprice de Geurre A. Crolsez Ethel Stewart. Soprano solo—Non So Perine Mattel Miss Ethel Graham. Concerto for two flutes and piano A. B. Fustenow Herr Max Lenzberg and Master Bruno Olsliausen, his pupil. Duet—The Moon Has Raised Her Lamp Above Benedict Messrs. O. Stuart Taylor and Arnold Kutner. Cornet solo—Selected Frank Collingwooil. Are Your Children Subject to Croup. As a preventive and cure for croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has no rival. It is, in fact, the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take. There is not the least danger in giving it to children, as it contains no injurious substance. For sale at 50 cents per bottle by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main street. Dr. R. L. St. John, of Rowland, Put nam county, Missouri, takes especial pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, because he knows it to be reliable. He has used it in his prac tice for several years, and says there is none better, ft is especially valuable for colds and as a preventive and cure for croup. This most excellent medicine Quick time and low rates eastward. Only ;! days and 20 hours, Los Angeles to Chicago by the Santa Fe" route. Time reduced to all eastern points. I'tillman drawing room and tourist sleeping cars daily. Special tourist car excursions to Boston and intermediate points weekly. Santa Fe excursion conductors accom pany passengers through. No extra charge for attendance. Particular at tention given to west-bound passengers, tourists, colonists and settlets. 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 Angeles. Dental Announcement. Dr. Mcßeath of Milwaukee, has opened dental parlors in Los Augeles. at 230)-£ South Spring street. Room 1. where lie is prepared to do work. Our Home Brew. Maier & Zoobleiu'B Lager, fresh from the brewery, on draught in all the principal sa loons, delivered promptly i:i bottles or kegis Office and Brewery. 444 Aliso st. Telephone 91. Ebinger's Restaurant and Bakery, Corner of Spring and Third streets. Everything under new management. Mince pies ior fami liefc 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 «fc Co., 213 S, Broadway. For Home Comforts And good rooking, go to the Hotel Jackson, Thiid aud Main streets. Good light and plenty of it. Mullen, Bluett & Co. have the best lighted clothing and fur nishing home in the citjr, corner Spring and First. The old firm of Wilson <£ Blewett. horse shoers. are now prepared to do all business in their lines to the satisfaction of their custom ers. Hive them a call. 31S East First street. Boys' clothing. The largest stock on the coast at Mullen, Bluett & Co.'s, corner Spring nnd First. WHEN IT to carrying the finest and choicest groceries, W. Chamberlain <& Co. take the lead. 213 South Broadway. THE NEW ERA, No. 6 Court street. Fine wines and liquors. Ed Wenger, proprietor. Dr. Parker, dentist, formerly of Third nnd Broadway, has removed to 115 N. Spring St. Cold weather reminds you that you need an overcoat. See Mullen. Bluett & Ctf.'s splendid stock before buying. Try the latest and dainty chips. Seymour <& Johnson fJo. Women. The common afflictions of women are s!ck> head-aches, indigestion and nervous troubles. They arise largely from stomach disorders. As Joy'i Vegetable Sarsaparilla is the only bowel regulating preparation, you can see why it is more effective than any other Sarsa parilla in those troubles. It is dally relieving hundreds. The action is mild, direct and effective. We have scores of letters from grateful women. We refer to a few: Nervous debility, Mrs. J. Barron, 112 7th St., S. F. General debility, Mrs. Belden, 510 Mason St, B.F. Ncrveus debility, Miss R. Rosenblum, 233 17th St., S. F. Stomach troubles, Mrs. R. L. Wheaton, 704 lost St, 8. F. Sick headaches, Mrs. M. B. Price, 16 Prospect Place, S. F. Sick headaches, Mrs. M. Fowler, 327 Ellis St, S. F. Indigestion, Mrs. C. 1). Stuart, 1221 Mission St., 8. F. Constipation, Mrs. C. Mclvln, 126 Kearny St, IniflQ Vegetable vUy Q Sarsaparilla Most modern, most effective, largest bottle. Samcfprlcc, $1.00 or 6 for $5.00. For Sale by Off & Vaughn, the Druggists . AUCTION. Matlock ct Reed WILL SELL AT THEIR SALESROOMS. 240 8. Sprinsr bl, Wednesday, November 18th, 10 a. in., the finest and largest consignment of elegant FURNITURE that has ever been offered in our house, comprising two handsome solid clierrv Bedroom suits, two elegant solid oak suits.'tbree magnificent solid walnut suits, all with genuine French plate mirrors, ranging at a cost of $100 to $175 each; also several other suits in Kith century antique oak and walnut finish; Center Tables, Bookcases, Wardrobes, Body Brussels, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets— both new, misfits and second hand—Rugs, Por tierß, Lace Curtains, etc. These goods have been on storage for some time and are consigned to us to sell without limit or reserve, and must be sold on that day—Wednesday, November 18th, 10 a. m. MATLOCK A REED, Auctioneers. li-iu-at AMUSEMENTS. LOS ANGELES THEATER. H. C. Wyatt, Manager. ONE WEEK. COMMENCING WEDNESDAY NOV. 18TH, AND SATURDAY MATINEE. s v?o A w 3 i COLUMBIA ; ON . BA, X OPERA CO. on bale i Wednesday 11. TR.IVATORE Thursday CAVALLERIA RUSTICAN X Friday FAUST Saturday Matinee MARTHA Saturday night CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA GRAND CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA. Next week's repertoire see papers. REGULAR PRICES—2Sc., 50c., 75c , 11. LOSI OS ANGELES THEATER. J H. C. Wyatt, Manager. THREE NIGHTS! Commencing Sunday November 15th. The play that has made all America laugh, • SKIPPED BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON !; IRTRODI'CIKO CHAS J. HAGAN, TOM MARTIN, ALFA PERRY, JOHN C. LEACH, DOLLY THORNTON, LIDA WELLS, Together with a brilliant coterie of Comedians in new features, new specialties, new dances and all new music. The Loi'dest Laugh or the Season! Popular Prices—2sc, 50c, 75c, $1.00. OPERA HOUSE. Saturday Evening, November 28th, One Lecture only, by -3QEO. KENNANIfc- Subject; "Russian Exile Bystcm." Under the auspices of the Ruskin Art Club. Tickets for sale at Day & Fisher's music store, and by members of club Box office open for sale of seats November 27th and 28th JJSW VIENNA BUFFET. TJjE ONLY FAMILY RESORT 114 aud 116 Court street, Opposite the old Courthouse, i. Kerkow, Pror 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. JJAZARDS PAVILION. ADMISSION FREE! Skating—lo to 12 a.m.; 2 to 5 and 7:30 to 10 p.m (Sundays excepted). Saturday uight, 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 enforced. 10,000 feet best maple floor. 2000 strap, club and the Famous Ball Bearing Skates, the equalizers of roller to ice skating. School girls skate free after 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. BROAD way aud Sixth. ASSEMBLIES EVERY TUESDAY EVENING. ORGANIZING OF CLASSEB. Advance Ladies and Gentlemen—Mondajt evening, November 30. Classes now formed. Cut this out CS. TRA PHAGEN'S . NEW HAMMAM BATH 230 8. Main Street. For colds or coughs; for rheumatism; for malaria; for cleanliness: for health and happiness TAKE TURKISH BATHS. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. SPECIAL NOTICE. I FERTILIZERS FOR LAWNS—THE SEASON 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 advise 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. Put up in 25c. 50c and $1 bags. Nitrate of soda, pure dissolved bones, bone meal and superphos phate always on haud. GERMAIN FRUIT CO., Baker block, Los Angeles. 10 23 d&w ARTHUR VERVOORT, 309 N. MAIN ST., Room 12. will hang any wall paper at 10c. per single roll. 11-11 7t SEWING MACHINES—A. W. UPTON WILL buy, sell, rent and repair all kinds of sow ing machines. All work guaranteed. 417 S. Spring st. 11-8-lm "VfATURAL HEALING, MASSAGE AND l_> bathing rooms. Massage treatment by the latest improved methods. LUDWIG GOfiS MANN. German masseur,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. Broidway. A. LORRAIN, Proprietor 10-17 tf NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATEB Company will strictly enforce the follow ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are betv/een 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 uhut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before water will betnrned on again. an!7-tf MINDREADER AND FORE CASTER. TRUE, the renowned' mindreader and forecaster, has arrived This lady is a forecaster of the highest order. She tells past, present and future with Ihe ut most truth. Through her wonderful gitt of "second sight" she can reveal the past and un veil the future. She will astonish you from the very outset with her remarkable influence over your mind. Without trickery, pretense or sham, but in the broad, open light of sober senses, she will read your life from infancy to old age. Through your entire life she will trace your daily conduct; warn you of impending disaster; tell you if friends are true or false; guide you in love, marriage and divorce; ad vise you in business, law and social allairs; re stores lost affections and unites the separated; removes evil influences and arms you with a magnetic charm that no ordinary circum stances can resist. Through her wonderful magic mirror you can see your future husband, wife, enemy or friend. Sne remains a short time only; don't fail to see her; parlors so ar ranged you will meet no stranger; letters con taining $1 will receive prompt attention. Office hours, 9a. 111. to 9 p. m., Sundays included 142 South Main street, rooms 87 and BH. 11-Di lm AUCTION. Matlock Sc I_eed Will sell all the Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Chairs, Stands, etc., contained in the 20-room dwelling house, No. 447 8. THURS DAY, November 19, 1891, 10 a. m. sharp, com prising 16 bedroom suits in antique oak and ash: 16 mattresses; 10 tables; 16 toilet sets; 20 carpets, Brussels and ingrain; all the chairs, rockers, upholstered furniture and cook stove, dishes, cooking utensils, together with all other furniture contained in this well-furnished house. Also one upright piano, antique oak case, in use scarcely two months. Sale positive, as par ties must give up the house. MATLOCK A RBED, - - Auctioneers 11-16-41 FIVE CENTS A LINE ■ BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. NoVTON^&KENNED \. D street, buy, sell and exchange real ostaio. Havo desirable orange lands and orange groves at Pomona, Ontario and Redlands at at tra-tive prices Can we interest you? First-class lands, suitable for walnuts or de ciduous fruits, corn, sugar beets, etc.; 30 min utes ride Irom the city, at fl>s per acre on. easy terms. 10 acres land with water, good loc»llon, aud some coin, for house aud lot in southwestern part of city. 27 acres, walnut, grove iv full bearing, 10 miles from the city; nothing finer; will pay 20 per cent on the investment, at a very low price for a few days. 10 acres In bearing flgs, fenced, now 4-rooni house, water piped, 3000 1-year-old oranges and 5000 fig trees iv nursery; only $2500, »700 cash, balance easy. IX.S j m NADEAU VINE YARD—TIUB EXCEL . lent body of land, located 2% miles south of Los Angeles oily, is one of the finest tracts of land in the state. Most every one in Los Ange les is well acquainted with the facts which make it necessary to sacrifice this land. Under any ordinary circumstances this land should brinjr $250 tofDOO per acre; but we will offer the choice for the next ten days, iv bodies of 100 acres or more at tho. rwiculously low figure of tIOO to 1150 per acre. We have made such arrangements with capitalists as to be able to give goad terms on deferred payments to those who cannot pay all cash. Come early and get your choice. This offer will only be open for a very few days. Our list contains several thousand pieces of properly 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 sea what we have. INNE3 & MANGRUM, 11-15 St 150 S. Broadway. I*OR SALE— X" BY W. P. McINTOSH, 144 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Orange groves at Redlands, Barton and Men tone. Choice olive, lemon and other lands on 0 years and 10 years time. 11 acres oranges, with heavy crop, and other fruits, large house and barn, and best location in Redlands; ouly \i mile from Redlands post office: only t15,000. 11l acres iv Redlands, all in bearing: 253 oranges, OSS peach, 103 apricot. 100 necta rines, 11 lemon. i 9 apple, 7 llgs and 8 walnit 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 14700 cash, balance annual payments at 8 p>;r cent interest. 10 acies one mile from center of Redlands. all in fine budded oran.je trees, t6OOO. 4V4 acres in tinti budded orange tree» on the finest residence street iv Redlands, with beau tiful new house, overlooking the whole town ar.d valley; price. $1)000: terms, !-i cash, bal ance in 2," 3 and 4 years, at 7 per cent interest, MENTONE IMPROVED LANDS. 20 acres, all in choicest orange trees, on the best laud at Meutoue; price. $20,000. lOV3 acres in oranges and nursery of 00.000 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 JL1.000; half cash, bal ance 1. 2, 3, 4 aud 5 years, at 8 per cent inter est. The lemon buds in nursery adjoining this are S feet, and orange buds 5 to 0 feet tall at 0 months old. 17!<J acres 1 block from city of San Bernar dino, 10 acres of which are in oranges, re mainder in other fruits; t2OOO house, good barn, plenty water, tl2,000: half cash. UNIMPROVED LAND. 10 and 20-acre tracts at Barton ranch, t3OO per acre; 10 per cent cash, balance 10 years at i% per cent interest. 10 and 20-acre tracts at Mentone $200 to $300 Der acre; 10 per cent cash, balance (! years at 8 per cent. 100 acres adjoiningCrafton, with line llowlng spring on highest portion, about 30 acres in grain this year, all flue 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 laud on the inaiket. Ouly 1% miles from R. R. 75 acres In Redlands, railroad 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 $200 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 iv monthly payment*. 1 lot near Washington and Hoover, $500; same term«. 1 elegant 2-story house, only 5 minutes' ride on cable car from Sprn g St.. $9000. 1 tine 2-story house, 7 minutes' ride on cable, $5000. 1 12-room house, one 'dock from High school, and 2 flue lots, $7500: finished in hard wood. 1 house and lot on Temple street. 10 minutes' walk from Spring nreet, $3000; easy terms. Anply to W. P. McINTOSH, 144 South Main street, 11 13 1m Los Angeles. Cal, FOR SALE—City Property. HQWR fx I&UWWMW 1 part ol city: house of 9 rooms, pantry, clos ets, bam, windmill, tank and tank house, lot 80x130 and 15 foot driveway 10 electric rail way, chicken corral 3, lawn, fine shrubbery; also two lots, I block from electric car line; also 1 acre 1 block from electric car line, a bargain. D. NEUHAKT, 151 S. nroadwav. 11-15 2t LOTO7E7cn"i»£i3o,' ON ? Wesley aye., opposite College Campus; also a corner on Wesley aye.. 130x130, cueap: 1 lot in Wiesendanger trad, cheap. D, NEUIIART, 151 S. Broadway. 11-15 2t OR SALE—THE FROPKBTY74I2 sThoTe St., rental $40 monthly: price, $5000, part cash, part exchange for lots or smaller house. 11-15 2t FINE HOME 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 8. Main st. 11-12 6t I7IOR SALE —A BARGAIN FOR SOME ' church, lodge-room, saloon or public hall; 34 hanging lamps, 9 large brass lamps, ti 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 FOR SALE—LIST YOUR PROPERTY, SALE or exchange, and houses to rent, with CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 223 W. First. 10-6 2m FOR SALE. I~rioß 'sALS^A'NO~I 1 writer cheap. Room 9, Temperance Temple building, from 4 to 5 p m , one week. 11-16 2t SUGAR BEETS—FOR BALE IN LOTS TO suit. The best, richest aud cheapest feed for stock Inquire northeast cor. Compton and Florence ayes., or J.C. MERRILL, No. 105 N. Bro dway. _ 11-15 lm F" OR SALE OR EXciIAN'CE - FOR LOT, A thoroughbred Shetland pony, with cart, har ness, etc.; as fine a rig as there is in the city. ALFRED H. ACKERMAM, St. James park. 11-13 7t FOR SALE—FOR CASH OR TO EXCHANGE for Los Angeles city or county property: 500,000,000 feet Oregou pine lumber on the stump. 11-7t FOR SALE—SMALL HOUSE. CORNER Wall and Fourth sts. Apply 308 E. Fourth St. 11-10 71 SECOND HAND BOOTS AND SHOES bought and sold. 304 Aliso st. F. MAT THEWS. 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 TO EXCHANGE. eastern property for California property. N. M. ENTLER. 213 W. First St. 11-15 St FOR EXCHANGE—TWO HOUSES, CON taining 20 rooms: price, $5000; one-half ex change and one-half on long time at low in terest. Apply 412 S. Hope st. 11-15 2t OR EXCHANGE—A 5-ROOM HOUSE IN the city, and 10 acres improved land, for cheap house and lot near car line outside of city. F. H. PIEPER & CO., 108 Broadway. 11-15-2t OR EXCHANGE—A 12OA0RK IMPROVED Isnn InElk Co., Kansas, with house, barn and all fenced aud cross-fenced; in exchange for lots ot lard or dwelling house in or near.the city. F. H. PIEPER & CO., 108 Broadway. « 11 15 2t NURSES. ' WEITER, nurse. 502 S. Broadway. Tel. 920. 1 j li! 4 1m j TUTBB CHAS. P. MIM.KR, LADIES' NURSE] 1 M 1130 S. OUve st. lv-14 5t 1 " V'H /. '.' .'- !• - : <*'."'''" ■ '. 1 . ra FIVE CENTS A LINE: WANTED—HELP. i »T Reply by lotter enclosing references, W„ Box 40, Herald-offleo. 11-10-3t WANTED— TAILOR FOR IIUBHKLING, 504 3. SPRING st. 11-15 2t SEND YOUR ORDERB malohelp to the German-American Em ployment Office, No. 107 W. First st , Room 3. i,. HaVER, Proprietor. B-29 6m WANTKD-CTTY~CANVABSER; BIG COM mlssion; between 10 a m. and 3 p.m. Room 45. Bonebrake building. S 10 ti WANTED — COOK'S HEADQUARTERS: free of charge; California brandy, 5o; soup and beer, sc. GEO. LACOUR, 401 N. Los An geles st., Los Angeles, Cal. 8-21 3m WANTBD-ALL NEEDING HELP FREE— Employment or any Information, address E. NIITINGER'S BUREAU; established ISBO Office, SI9X S. Spring: residence, 461 8. Hope st, cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113. 8-16 tf WANTED—FEMALE HELP WA NT ED — ATpi^ENTKIE^TO~TSaRN dressmaking. Cutting taught by the best tailor system. Apply 127 K. Third street. 11-15-.lt "Vt^ANTED - A GIRL FOR GENERAL T> housework. 428 Temple St. 11-15 2t RB~HARDEN, 312 W. FOURTH BT, corner of Broadway; good help for hotels and families. 11-13 lm WANTED—AGENTS. \jir CTTY; »> big pay and high <?lass work; call between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Room 45, Bryson-Bonebrake block. 1-25 12m WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. work mules, 4 years old and upwards, weighing 1100 pounds each and upwards. Address Heraet Land Co., E. L. MAYBERRY, General Manager, Room 23, Baker block, Los Angeles. 11-10 tf ANTED—IO,OOO TEETH TO EXTRACT, Chicago Dental Rooms, absolutely without fain by our new system. All dental work done 0 per cent, above cost of material. Wilson block, Rooms 27 and 28, second floor 10-29 lm \\7ANTED -TO SUPPLY EVERYBODY > » with kindling, 5 sacks for $1.00 at the hay and wood yard, corner Seventh and Olive. 10-2 3m WANTED— PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAP est place at BURNS', 250 8. Mam st. 1-27-tf FOR KENT—HOUSES. I7IOR second house from tirand avenue. Apply ROOM 20, Potcmac block. 11-15 it RENT—HOUSE OF 0 ROOMS, ALL 1 elegantly furnished, corner Boyle nve. and Virginia aye., Boyle Heights; hot. and coW water, gas and all conveniences.- Apply at 126 W. Second st. 11-15 tf I7IOR RENT— HO OSES ALL OVKRTHE CITY. ' C. A. SUMNER*CO., 107 S. Broadway. mIO-tf FOB KENT—ROOMS. 1 rooms, fine double parlor, newly painted and papered. 1). NEUHAKT, 151 S. Broad way. 11-15 2i RENT—DESIRABLE FURNISHED rooms. 048 S. Olive. 11-14 hat-Wed tf Oil RENT—OFFIC B8 IN ground floor office room in the city. IN NES & MANGRUM, 150 S. Broadway. tf PERSONAL.. KEEP 1 I still, we are bound to be heard If you wans any of thoso fur rugs, you will have to move lively. Our new oil cloths and linoleums are pretty and durableand sell rapidly. Wecan please you if you call aud will treat you right whether you wish to buy or not. W. E. BEE SON, 221 8. Spring street. 11-10-lt 1) ROF. BTEARNB, THE OLDEST ABTROLO ger in the state is at 423 S. Spring et. 11.11-lm MADAM SIMMONS. ACKNOWLKGKL- BY press and public the greatest clairvoyant and magnetic healer in the United States, tells past, present and future; fee, $1. I also curcall kinds of diseases by my magnetic power; charges reasonable: don't fail to see me; entire satisfaction guaranteed. 124<-..5. Spring St. " 11107t PERSONAL— FLOUSNCE K. RICH OF Boston, trance and business medium. Con sultationsgiven on all business, stocks, min erals and family affairs: also diagnosis of dis eases; hours 9to li. 310U S. Spring st.Eooin 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 wors, for the next thirty days will do all kinds of dental woxk for 10 per cent, above cost of material. All work guaran teed the very best. Teeth extracted without pain by our new system. Examinations free of charge. G. B. HOUSTON, D. D. S„ Manager. 10-29 lm PERSONAL — "ECONOMIC' PKICKS— Sugar, 25 lbs brown, or 18 ros white, fl; 10 tbs cornmeal, 20c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; germea, 20c; 6 lbs sago or tapioca, 25c: rolled rye, 15c; 3 >••.«. starch or corn stsxch,2sc ;6 lbs rolled wheat, 25c; mountain coffee, 25c; 5 its good tea, tl; 11 cans fruits, tl: 4 cans sardines, 25c; 6 lbs raisins, 25c; 6 lbs dried peaches, 25c; 4 lbs ap ricots, 25c; bottle Worcestershire sauce, 15c; sack flour 80c; 4 bottles Unvoting extracts, 25c; cheese, 20c: hams, bacon, 13Wc; Liebig's extract meat, 35c. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 S. Spring st. 7-5 tf ita PARKER, MEDIUM. CONSULTA tions on business, speculations, family affairs, mineral and oil locations, removals, disease, life reading, etc. 133J4 S. Spring st.. Room 15. Hours. 9 a ro, to 6 p m, 7-10 tf BUSINESS CHANCES. BUB1 N of 20 rooms and the lot; prieefSOOO; tIOOO cash, balance 4 years, 11 per cent interest : t5O monthly can be made renting rooms: buy and save rent. 412 S. Hope st. lf-152t FOR SALE—i7S CASH TAKES IT: A Spring st. fruit stand; rent only tls month. DOYLE A ANDERSON, 155 N. Bpting. lt-136t TjVIR SALE—CENTRAL CIGAR BTAND; JT buyer also gets half profits of billiard and card rooms: sacrifice at $225. DOYLE' <t AN DERSON, 155 N. Spring. 11-13 (it F~OR SALE—SSOO, HAY AND GRAIN, COAL and wood business, clearing tlso a month; 2 horses. 2 wagons, scales, sheds, stalls, tools und stock; the right man can increase the busi ness. DOYLE & ANDERSON, 165 N. Spring. 11-13«t FOR SALE—ONLY t550, FINE SALOON; elegant fixtures, well stocked, horse and wagon (for family delivery trade), safe, billiard table, etc ; line bar patronage. DOYLE & AN DERSON, 155 N. Spring. 11-13 Ot F~~~OR SALE. OR TO RENT—THE SOUTH Pasadena hotel and faboat .4 acres of Im proved laud. 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 0 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 N. Marengo aye.. PasHdi ns. Cal. 5-2(1 12m ATTORNEYS. . Rooms 2-1, 29, 30 and 31, Fulton block, near courthouse, New High st Telephone 981. 8-11 tf LACEY A TRASK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fulton block, 207 New High st., Los Ange les. Cal. 12-14-tf ■ STOCKS AND BONDS. IF YOU DESIRE! TO LOAN OR BORROW j money, buy or sell bonds, stocks, mort gages or other securities, or make good invest ments, call on THE PiKTLE REAL ESTATE AND ThWHT CO , 229 W. Second st. 117 tf ! CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. CONRAD SCHERER,^RANiI473*TvYMIN- . ousand asphalt paving. 227 W. First, st. 9-112 m CJ. KUBACH, CONTRACTOR A BUILDER. 1 • Office and shop 419 East Seventh St. Tel- : eobone No 306. tl-1 92 W SOUTHERN CAUIMAtX tSSS '?» \ I the growth and development of Southern i A California is requested to send his or her : addresstothe Fallbrook Printing Co.,Fallbrook, San Diego county, California, in return for which a free copy of The Southern Califor nian will be sent weekly for three months from October 1, 1891. 9-27-eod 3ra FIVE CENTS A LINE FINANCIAL. 5L500.000 TO LOAN AT R. Q. LUNT'B LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY, 227 W. Second st., Adjoining Herald office CHEAP MONEY. Agent for the GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIEf ? of Ban Francisco. j u l t f ' AOIFIcToAN COMT'AN /—LOANS MONET 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, etc., in warehouses; partial payments received money without delay; private offices for con sultation; will call If desired; W. B. DkGROOT, Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4. No. 114 Booth Spring st., opposite Nadeau hotel. 7-89U «1 AAA AND UPWARD, ON REAL ESTATE. <PIUUU Apply to CUAH. VICTOR HALL, 223 W. First street 11-3-tf OTToTb RODTBECK. 113 8. BROADWAY. Money to loan on improved city aud conn try property at lowest current rate. 7-9 tf AIN STREET BAVING3 BANK AND TRUST CO., HAS MONKY TO I.OAN In 110,000 and 120,000 lots, AT vkry low rates. 420 3. Main st. 8-4 tf ONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, Hi a mouds, watches, Jewelry, pianos, seal skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. LBR BROS.. 402 S. Spring, mIS-tf IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUtTjeTay] no commission, at prevailing rates of f uter es!, see Security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main at 8-1-tf EDUCATION Al., La <in" -• corporated), corner Spring and Third ats. L. E. Garden-Macleod, principal; Dr. S. H. Wcller, president; Dr. Alter, vice-president; Prof. Koch, art examiner; H. Forthman, D Desmond; Malcolm Mwcleod treaturer and secretary. 10-24 lm RB~ NANNIE CATCHING, PIANO, GUI tar, banjo aud voice culture. 055 S. Spring- 10-4-tf OROF. A. WILLHARTITZ GIVES MUSIC 1 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 ÜBLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY" AND Arts, V M.C.A. building. 7-8 tf HE LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE and English Training School (incorporated). 144 8. Main St., Los Angeles. Superior ac commodations: complete courses in book keeping, slum band, typewritings penmanship, telegraphy, English and assaying; thorough daily class drill and close personal attentlou; frequent reviews; call and inspect our facili ties aud method of doing work; write for cir culars. E. R. Shrader, President; F. W. Kel- Bey, Vlce-pres't; LN. Inskeep, Sec d-16 Iyr -yy OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEN MANSHIP INSTITUTE 245 8. Sp.-iiiß st, Loa Angeles, Cal. The leading commercial school of Southern California. Day and evening sessions. For cataleguc call at the college, or address HOUGH, FELKKR & 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, Presidont. P. O. box 2893. 8-1 tl QCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL, O Engineering, Surveying, Architecture Drawing. Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILLXN 723 Market St.. San Francisco. Send ford*. culars. 12-10 12m EXCURSIONS. H~~ AND STEAMSHIP Ticket Agency, 115 8. Spring St., in front of the Wleland. Railroad tickets bought, sold and exchanged. 9-22 lyr HILLIPB' EXCURSIONS VIA RIO GRANDE route every Friday personally conducted through to Chicago aud Boston. Office, No. 138 South rtpriCKßt 1 tf C. JUDSON &CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST • every Thursday via Salt Lake City and Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston. Manager in charge. Office, 212 3. Spring st. 6-1 tf ROCK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS leave Los Angeles Tuesdays via Denver and Rio Grande railway. Through Pullman tourist cars to Chicago via Salt Lake City, LeadvHle and Denver. For circulars, etc., call on or address F. W. THOMPSON, 138 8. Springat 5-12 tf SANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL competitors, both in time and distance, to all points East. Special tourist excursions Rat* every THURSDAY. For full Information, ap ply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A WARNER. Exe. Manager, 29 N. Spring. 1-1 tf PHYSICIANS. SR. CHAMIJSY, • 211 W. Ann st. Office, 129 S. Spring st. No pay until itll. No knife or pain. Blood, skin and all catarrhal diseases cured. 11-8-lm DR. SALISBURY HAS REMOVED HIS office to the Y. M. C A building, on Broad way, South of Second st. 11-6 ft DR. A. E GRESHAM, 119% 8. SPRING ST. Telephone 533. 10-27 lm R. LKLIA LATTA, S. SPRING ST. Diseases ol women and nervouß diseases a specialty. Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m. 10 14 2m rTc EDGAR SMITH. Established 1883. FEMALE AND RECTAL DISEASES A specialty. Pilos 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. "aRENSBEBG, GRADUATE OF University of Berlin. Private. Blood and nervous diseases a specialty; disorders of the genito-urinary organs of tho most obstinate character thoroughly and speedily cured. Of flce: Room 10, Ramona hotel, corner Spring and Third sts. Offlce hours from 9 to 12, 2 5, 7-8 P-m. 7-7 tf REBECCA LEE DORSEY, M. D. OFFICE No. 107K 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 40. in Telephone 513. Je2tf M HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D., M.C.P.S.C. * specialist in diseases of the head, throat and chest; aIBO females; compound oxygen and medicated inhalations used in all diseases of the respiratory organs. Offlce 137 S. Broad way, Los Angeles. MBS. DR. WELLi, 127 EAST THIRD ST. Specialty, diseases of women. Many years of successful painless methodß In rectal diseases. MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD wifory. Ladies cared for during confine ment at 727 Bellevue aye. m 28 tf ~~~ Sp/iug Bt, Boom 1, Workman blk. Id>i4 tf RG. CUNNINGHAM7I)ENTIBT, NO. 131 • N. Spring st, rooms 1 and 2, Phillips Block, Lob Angeles, Cel. mlstl ADAMS BROS., DENTIST'S, REMOVED TO 239% 3. Spring st, bet. Second nnd Third. Painless filling aud extracting. Crowns, S5 up; best sets teeth, S6 to 110. Rooms 1, 2, 3. 4, 6 »nd «■ 1-17-tt DR. G. KNEPBER, DENTIST, NO. 126 W First st, old Wilson block. 5-31 tf DR. C. STEVENS 4 SONS, 107 H. SPRING sty Schumacher block, rooms 18 and 19 -teeth filled and extracted palnlesoly; plates 14 to »10; hours, Ba. m. to 5 p. m., Sundays, 9 a m. to 1 p, m. Je26-tf IW. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST a. sts., Wilson block; take elevator; teeth filled and extracted without pain; gold crowna and bridge work a specialty. Room 36. m4U DR. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, 108* N.SPRINS St.. rooms 2, 6 »nd 7. Painles?extracting D YERBAND FINISHERS. PARISIAN street Best dyeing in the city. 1-18 tl M^T.?^ STEAM DYE-WORKS; 241 Franklin st Fine dyeing and oleeni lng 1-13-tf A T^ AC # T t £3rtß .- y n o l , i*? A"* 9168 - N.W. cor. Franklin and Iff t*w High streotj ml7«f ' insurance. " _ . w DOBINBON & VETTRR. 8 4 « au South Broadway.