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IT THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT.
Yesterday's Doings in House
and Senate.
George Continuis His Argument for
the Anti-Option Bill.
A Presidential Veto Under Considera
tion — Tho Army Appropriations
Bill Starts a Political De
bate In the House.
By the Associated Press.
Washington, Dec. 14.—10 the senate,
today, a bill authorizing tho removal of
the Pima and Gila Indians from their
reservation in Arizona to another reser
vation was reported and placed ou the
calendar.
The president's veto of last seeeion of
the bill to submit to the court of private
land claims tbe title of William Mc-
Garahan to the rancbo Panoche Grande,
California, was laid before the senate as
a special order and a vote was about be
ing taken on the question "Shall the
bill pass?" wtien Sanders demanded an
explanation on the part of the friends
of tlie_,bill of the reason why it ehould
pass, lie explained his own understand
ing of the matter, one of his objections
to the bill being that it rested upon
the imputation that the judicial and
executive departments of the govern
ment hud been for many years pact
guilty of wrong-doing in ttie premises.
His own position was that even if tlie
executive and judicial departments of
the government had declared the orig
inal grant valid, it still would not havo
found the remotest foundation for such
provisions as were contained in the
pending bill. He thought, therefore,
that the senators should be grateful to
the president for having recalled their
attention to the bill.
The bill was debated up to 2 o'clock,
at which time the morning hour ex
pired, and the bill went over till tomor
row.
The anti-option bill was then taken
up and George resumed his argument in
support of his own substitute for it. In
opening his remarks, George called at
tention to the fall of four or five points
in the price of cotton at the New York
cotton exchange yesterday, and said
that fall was in the nature of a menace,
becaure the United States senate had
nndeitaken to perform n great constitu
tional duly. He assumed that the sen
ators would treat such threats with that
degree of c ntempt to which they were
entitled.
George said ha saw in one of the New
fork papers that dealers in futures in
that city had undertaken to puutsh the
people because the senate was consider
ing this bill. Co'ion had been made to
fall three, lout or five points.
The dealtt.- in futures were there
by undertaking to force the
senate to cease the performance of a
great cwsslitutional duty. To show
;iat the fall i,' cotton was purely ficti
tious, be cal td attention to the fact
that whil-j cotton had gone down in
New York corn aud provision had gone
up in Chi"9go.
Georgs spoke over two hours and did
not litiiti!. The bill wenl over without
action.
Daniel'c resolntionoallutgfor Informa
tion on tho subject of the civil tervite
was agreed to.
Adj jurncil
housjc proceedings.
Cobb of Missouri reported a hill from
the committee on war claim?, for refer
ence to the private calendar, for the re
lief of the heirs of .Mary and Randolph.
Curtis? L",.; of Virginia, amounting to
$217,000.
Tho publication of 10,000 copies of
tho president's annual message was
ordered.
After b.isitie?s of minor importance
the house went into committee of'the
whole on the army appropriation bill.
The appropriations carried by the bill
amount to $24 202,740 against appropria
tions for the current year of $24 288,460
and the estimate of $25,922,956 for the
coming year.
Tiie bill having been read for amend
ment?, Autliony, Dem., of Texas offered
an amendment providing that any re
tired officer or retired enlisted man shall
not receive such pay if he is receiving
pay from the government in any other
official cap tcil y.
Bingham, Rep,, of Pennsylvania stren
uously opposed it, and refened to tbe
cases of General Sickles and General
B.jsecrans, to both of whom he paid a
high compliment. He was ably sec
onded by Mr. Outhwaite, and the
amendun nt was rejected.
Tito Committee then rose and the bill
was passed.
Adjourned.
THE IM MXI II ATI ON QUESTION,
The sen at 3 and house committees on
immigration held a joint meeting and
dieoussed the bill introduced by Senator
Chandler to suspend immigration. It
was shown by a communication from an
expert that it would be positively neces
sary tt suspend immigration for
a period in order to keep cholera
out of thia country next year.
The joint committee took no action on
the bill, but adjourned till Friday, when
representatives of the great steamship
lines will be heard.
THE TREASURY'S CONDITION.
Secretary of the Treasury Foster today
saw Chairman Molman of the appropria
tions committee and Springer of the
ways and means committee and a num
ber of othar persons of prominence. He
assured s"VcrKiol them that there would
certainly bo an available balance of $20,
--000,1)00 itt the treasury at the close of
the lisc.il year.
KAILIiOA p LOItISYISTS.
rrcsld, nts of Trunk Lines Want the
Privilege of Pooling.
Washington, Dec. 14—A number of
prominent railroad men, including Mr.
Depew of tbe New York Centra!, Presi
dent Roberts of the. Pennsylvania,
President Ingalls of the Big Four, and
Chairman Walker of the Grand Trunk
lines were before the senate committee
on interstate commerce today to
advocate the passage of the amend
ment to the interstate commerce
law introduced by Cullom to mod
ify the existing law so as to authorize
railroad comoauies to form pools under
the supervision of the interstate com
merce commission, wipe out the penal
clauee of punishment prescribed, etc.
Thin or gray hair atd bald head*, so displeas
ing to many people a< marks of age,may he
averted a long time by using Halt's Hair
Renewer.
Economy is wealth. Buy a pair of our $3
jmnl ->■•"' ' 1 *
All the gentlemen named above urged
that the great majority of the railroads
of the country were in favor of the pro
posed movement. Depew, in the course
of his remarks, said there wero eight
roads between New York and
Chicago; but for all purposes
of public use there was but one.
If an ironclad rule of equal rates under
equal conditions of time was estab
lished, the New York Central and Penu
eylvania would do eight-tenths of the
business and the other roads would go
into bankruptcy. The law preventing
pooling was creating truste. If the law
was continued in force live years longer
Depew thought there would not be an
independent business man in any of tho
large cities of the United States.
This miserablo condition of af
fairs was being brought about
by a law intended to prevent ttusts.
Under the propose ! amendment the
rotds would be authorized to make con
tracts upon a business basis, and could
agree upon rates which would always
be the same to the public. In discuss
ing the existing conditions, Depew said
it would soou be impossible for manu
factures to exist except at terminal
points. Ingalls epoke to the same ef
fect. If the amendment ia pasßed, said
he, it will not result in an increase of
rates, but in equal rates, aud in many
cases to reduce rates.
SILVER SKIRMISHING.
ANTICIPATED FAILURE OF THE |
BRUSSELS CONFERENCE.
Tlie Free Coinage Question Again to
Come Before Congress-Tlie Re
peal of the Sherman Law
Agitated.
Washington, 14. —The silver and
anti-silver forces in the house are en
gaged in a little light skirmishing in
anticipation of the failure oi the Brus
sels international monetary conference,
from which the members say they ex
pect nothing. Each side ia now en
deavoring to learn something of the
purposes and views of the other side.
Talks with free silver men and avowed
opponents of the present Sherman law
show that it is believed to be unlikely
that anything will be done at this ses
sion, either in the way of the repeal of
the Sherman law or the enactment of
more radical silver legislation.
This morning the house coinage com
mittee had a regular meeting. The day
was set for consideration of the Will-
lams bill to repeal the Sherman law.
Williams, its author, was not present
and the bill went over. Then some
very informal general discussion of the
ailv. r question took place. The propo
sition wae put forward in rather an in
definite shape that an opportunity be
given in the house for a vote on the re
peal of the Sherman law. The free
coinage men were not unwilling that
this Bhould be done, but in order
to preserve their present parliamentary
advantage suggested that the method by
which to accomplish this waa to take
up the Bland bill, which at last session
was finally displaced by a few dilatory
motions after the speaker found it nec
essary to cast the deciding vote on the
bill. "
Bland ay.d Pierce, the leaden of the
free silver section oi the Democratic
party in Ihe house, exnres-ed their wil
lingness to itive the oilier side an oppor
tunity to offer the Williams and other
bills as amendments to the Bland bill,
provided that on their part tbe anti
silver men would agree to let the house
come to a vote on the question of free
coiuage of silver and other propositions
more favorable to the extended use of
silver currency than the present law.
Tracey and Taylor of Illinois, without
committing themselves, inclined to this
view.
The committee adjourn* d without, ac
tion. It is, however, thought that if
the committee was to agree unanimously
upon some recommendation to the
house, the support of the rules commit
tee could be obtained to a resolution
making the silver bill a special order,
but nothing in the past history of the
committee warrants the conclusion that
it will be able to act harmoniously and
as a unit on the question of the consid
eration of silver legislation in the house.
All d speptios should use TIJTTS" PILLS.
The commencement of Jay Gould's great
wealth was the wearing of just such a suit as
we oiler lor $12. Mullen, Bluett it Co.
A Sore Throat or Cough, if suffered lo
progres.. often results in an incurable throat
r lung trouble ''Brown's Bronchial Troche*''
ive Instant iclief.
Or chl dren's department is replete with all
Of the latest S'.yles. Mullen, filue:t & Co.
LOST AND FOUND.
J OUT—ON TUEjDAY MORNING ON PA3A-
J dena train g-dng itom I.os Angeles, a
black leather pocktlb ml!, with silver clasp,
containing money, a valuable ring,«nd % ticket
to Chicago: Liberal reward will be paid by
rcturcliig to MISS A. BOLiINGEB, 528 south
Pearl street. 12-14 3t
Ti 1 OUND—WEDNESDAY LAST, ON M ACY
L street near Fourth, a young colt about six
months i f age. The owner can have the fame
by proving properly and paying expenses.
WILLIAM TAYLOR,~S34 Sau Juiian si. 13 at
CIAME TO MY PLACE
/ buckskin horse aud one gray mare colt.
Owner can have same by proving property,
payiig charges aud taking" the anima s
And.ess, A.M. NF.LMS,v emon P.O. 11-271 m
ST KAY'ED OK STOLEN^
Ql RAYED—DEC. 7—BAY MARE, SPLIT IN
kj end of one ear: short lail: slightly lame in
right front foot, information leading to her
recovery will be liberally rcwarriei—l43o S.
Main streel, Los Angel, s; telephone, 483 J
T. bTEWART. 1. -9 7t
ATTORNEYS.
AG O 0 DRIC H, LA W YlatTl 24 D E ASBoRN
• Street, Chicago, 111.; 28 years' experi
euce; secrecy; special fseililies In se7eral
states: Goodrich on divorce, with laws of all
states, in press. 11-16-ly
TA V K. HUNTER ATIORNKY - AT- LAV,-
tl Bryson-Boneorako block. Telephone 628.
Practi.fc in ail tbe com Is, state and federal.
7-1 ti
IJKN GOODRICH, LAWYER, NO. 2 i-A V
I.) building, 125 Temple street, near court
house. Telephone 108. 76 tf
|\ K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAV, FUL-
It ton block, ao7Now High street, Los An
geles. 1-16 tf
Uii fIIEOP ATHIC PHYSICIANS.
O H. BOYNTON. M. D.. DiSKASKi OF
O* children. Office and residence, 835 8.
olive st Office honrs, 10 to 12 a. m.;2t04
Ti in. Telephone 874 10 9tf
OHIKOPODISrS,
Miss U. BTAPFBB,
ropcdlst. 211 Weft First street, opposite
Nadeaji hot-1, rooms 5 and ij, 11 23 lm
AND AC HINTS.
DR. M. S. JONES, OCULIST AND jJßti..
aurist,nortbCßtt corner Fir-t and
Spring sircets. 1017 3m
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
f 'SONiiAD SCHEHJCK,
\J ontaii.l sr.phßlt raving, 337 w, Hint tt.
, o t tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD; THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1892.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
MENDS CLOTHING
better than needle aud thread; silks, wool
ens, gloves, umbrellas. One yard, 10c; 12
yards mall E. STAYNER & CO.,
Providence, E. L IMB 12t
UNTER'S TEXAS TAMALES CAN BE OB
tained at the following places: spring i a I
second. First and spring, junction Teuiplo aud
Spring, front of ser jiauia saloon, Maiu street.
I Our signs indicate our address, 618 Bellovuo
! avenue. Don't be imposed upon by Imitators,
i Ituy the genuine ar.tiie. at tbe above locations.
We are the originators of the genuine Texas
; timales in Los Augeles. 12-14 Oni
TYPEWRITERS FOR BALK OR RENT;
terms easy; Paper, Caibun, Ribbous, etc.
LOXWLEI" it Fust and Suing.
11-24 lm
F. SLOWER, HOUBE MOVER. OFFICE
. Ll2 Center Place. _ 0-8 If
N OTTCE—THE LOS AN el h LEB CITY WATKK
Com; any will strictly enforce the following
rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6
aud 8 o'clock a.m. aud 6 and 8 o clonk p.m.
I For» violation of the abovo regulation the water
will be shut off aud a fine of ijs2 will be charged
before water will lie turned on again. 8 17 if
SOCIETY NOTICES.
KNIGHTS OF PY THIAS—I HE VARIOUS
lodges of the Order of Knights ot Pythias
iv this city hold regular conventions as below.
All resident and vhlting Knights cordially
welcomed.
SAMSON NO. 148—700 Downey aye. (E. Los An
geles), Monday evening, C, K. Bradford, C. C.
iAT PYTHIAN CASTLE, 118!* S. SPRING BT.
GAUNTLET NO. 139—Monday evening, 11. L.
Hopkins. C. 0.
TRICOLOR NO. 90—Tuesday evening, George
li. Shaffer. C. C
LA FRATKRNITB—Wednesday cvennig, F.
Anxiounctte, C. C.
OLIVE NO. 28, Thursday evening, T. 0. H.
* Bog.dsky, C. Oi
i MARATHON NO. 182'—Friiay evening, 11. S.
I Slaughter, C. C.
I BUhEAU OF KKLIEF—Every second and
foil, th Weduetday.
• First aud-eeenil December 16th, 22
PETTY, HUMMSL & CO., SUCCESSORS TO
I'etty it Hummel and Manin ii Co., 207
■ West Second street, and 131 and 135 West First
street, where a,l people wauling any kind of
I situations or belli can be promptly and satis
i facterily supplied. The laigest agency west of
the MisslSSlpp. river Miscellaneous depart
ment at 207 West Second street. Tel. 40.
Hotel work. 131-133 West Firtt st. Tel. 509.
first c asa household department In each
office.
\\7ANTtD—IMMEDIATELY, AT THE LOS
IT AngelvS Dimo Museum, Maiu street near
First. 20 respectable young Indies. Apply at
Museum between the hours of 1 end 2 p.m to
day (Tnmsday. l . It
VtTANTBD—ALL NEEDING HELP DREE—
It Employment or any iuformation, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, 319(/j South Spring Btreet: residence,
451 South Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ange
les. cal. Telephone 113. 8-16 tf
WANTED—SITUATIONS.
or gardener; city refer.nccs. Address R.,
box 20, this office. 12-14 2t
YI7ANTED—SITUATION TO sEW AND AS-
Tt »ist in light housework. Addiess X. T ,
box 30, this office. 12 14 3t
\\T ANTED— SITUATION AS FIRST-CoOK
tt in a private isniilv or general house
work. Call et CHINESE .VIS:ION, 12 i Wil
mington street. 12 14 2t
WANTED — SITUATIONS BY CHINESE
TT cooks, laborers, orange pickers and pack
ers See GEO, LEM & CO., 3.13 Apablasast.;
Tel. 824. l'i-9 lm
ROOMS AND BOARD WASTKD^
\\7ANTKD—YOUNG MAiTds'sTRES ROOM
TT and board in a private family, with home
comforts where there are no other boarders
preferr, dj; will bj peimnuent if arrangements
are satisfactory; reftreucesexehanged. location
mu-t be central, and late rciuonab'.e. Address
W 1., p,i o< ofli -c box 565 city.
WANTED—TO RENT.
fTTrT
tT nished oi-paitly furnished rooms, cemraUy
located, In exchange for music lessons. Ad
dre.'sl-X 11A NGK. box 20, this egice 133t
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
! \ir ANTED— A GOOD Sl/Csb CARRIAGE
IT T hor.e safe for family driving. Call or ad
i dress (J BiiuDt:, 1i29 S. Olive st. 12-13 71
\TL T ANTED AT ONCE—ALL XI ND OF oEC
tV oud hat d furniture for si oi cssh. High
est, prices paid. LEWIS .V. ALbLR:OX, 312
South Mnio str, et. 11-12 tf
WANTED— PICTURES TO FKAME, I.HKAP
TT est place at BURNS'. 256 south Main it.
l-27tf
PERSONAL.
MRS. K. T. SHRAUER, CALL
at 745 Banning street immediately, as your
children ara to be given away. 12-15 3t
IJItR-.ONAL- GEN I LS.M\N of rtESFItc I'A
bility auo good address would like to meet
attractive single lady or widow ol
means, with view to mat imonv; references
given. Address WALTER, care P. 0. box 430.
12-11-71
}>ERSONAL— COFFEE, FRESH KOAsTKD O.N
our giant coffee roaster. Java ai d Mocha,
35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c; granulated sugar,
18 lbs $1; brow n, 20 lbs $1; 0 lbs rolled oats or
wheat, 25c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; 4 lbs pure buck
whei.t, 25e; germea, 20c; nutriua, 20c; 3 pkgs
starch 25c; can milk, 10c; 5 lb- good tea, $1;
mince meat, 5c lb; 3 lbs j>im. 25c; 5 lbs raisiDS,
25c; 4 lbs apricots. 25c; 5 lbs figs, 25c; hams
15c; bacon, 15c; pork, 12c; coal oil aud ga-o
llne, 80c; brooms, 15c; wooden palls, 15c.
ECONOMIC STORES, 305 3outh Spring street.
I JKKSONAL—RALPHS BROS—GOLD BAR
Flour, $1.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar,
20 lbs ssi: granulated sugar, 18 lbs *1; white
sugar, 18 lbs $1; 5 boxes sardices, 25c; 3 cans
frui', 50c; 50 bars soap, H; eastern gasoline,
80c, and coal oil, 80e; 2 lbs corned beei, 15c;
lard, 10 ibs, 9°c; 5 ibs, 50c. 601 South spring
etreet, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf
piSBONAZ W. W. TAYLOR, LAWYEK,
L room 13 Bryson-Bonebrake block. Pro
bate and insolvency law a specialty. Advice
free. 7 23 ly
I&EDICAL PERSONALS.
|i«OR LADIES ONLY—THE PROPHYLACTIC
X. 1 Compound Is the greatest medical discov
ery of the age. Absolutely sure and safe. Every
bottle guaiautee.d. Write to the rTophylactic
Compound Compcny. Fresno, (Jul., for a de
scriptive circular, which contains Information
| that may save you years of suffering, and per-
I haps your life. Circulars aud the preparation
can be obtained from all druggists. F. W.
BRAITN & CO., distributing agents for South
ern California. 7-16
MARRIED LADIES—SEND 10 CENTS FOR
' Infallible Safeguard" (no medicine, no
deception); just what you waut. LADIES'
BAZAR, Kansas City Mo. 7 8 bm
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
T.iOr'rENI—WK HAVE SEVERAL MICE
X 1 bouses, well located, for rent. CUDDY &
BTOTJGHTON. 141 3. Broadway. 12 10 It
I.IOR REN T.—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CIT V
Jj C. A, Sumner A Co., 107 8. Broadway.
4 12
FOR RENT- ROOMS.
F"~0R AND OiTIEaS
seeking first-class furnished rooms, en
suite or tingle, would do well to call at 5i2
Temiilc street; terms reasonable; location cen
tral. 12-13 7t
Tmiß WfNT—FINE SUNNY ROOMsT'fUR-
P nished. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Aliso and
Los Angeles streets H-3 tt
FOR RENT—MI-iCELL ANKOtS.
17*6R REST— iXitGE THRKK-.VrORY~Ar!D
J? basement b ick on NOrth Main
street, suitable for wholesale or retail business.
Sor pirticulars apply to F. S. UICIC-4, No, 127
West Second s . 12-9 7t
MEETINGS.
NOTICE — BTOCKUOLDEKB' MEETING—
Notice is hereby given that the regular
aunna! meeting of the stockholders ol ihe
Southern California N itional bank of I.os Au
geles, Cal , will ba held at the parlors of said
bunk, in tbe city and county of I.os Angeles,
state of California, on Monday, the 9 h day of
January, 1893. between the hours of 2 p. m.
and 4 p. m. of said day, for the purpose of
electing a board of dlreclois for the ensuing
year, and the transaction of such other business
as may come before it, that day having been
designated by the by-laws of the corporation
for that puipoße. All sto.'kholdc-rs are re
quested to be present at that lime WM. F.
BU.-BYBHELL, vice-president.
Daicd I.os Angeles, Dec 10, 1892 12 10 (it
MEDIUMS,
\ri<S. WAITE, TEST MEDIUM OF~BAS
Francisco, will give sittings unli Sunday
atJ2l3 South Spring etreet, room 1. 12 14 It
VTRsTpARKER, CLAIRVO YANT—CONnU L
lTl latii ns on busiue«s, love, marriage, dis
ease, mineral le—*iojib, life leading, etc.; take
| University eie-o. '' '-n Fonesiei avenu», go
" ' ' - '_ ";qud tpmse
BARGAINS
_ X HAnDIOMK MODERN 10
-gfI,),.)UU« room house, double parlois,
large diessln; rooms, bath, closets, electric
belle, chine and linen closets; large lot, nicely
improved, cement walks, largo barn, coach
man's iconis, carriage hou«e, oto, together
With all the furniture, which is of the finest
kind that money could supply, almost new.
This place is near the cable cars, in tho finest
resld nee portion of the city, and Is offeiea at a
great sacriUce: only $i 3,500. CUDDY it
BroUGHION, 141 8. Broadway. 12-15-lt
f'OA — FOUR NME BtHLDIXG LOTS IN ,
%)U« the city. 50x148 feet to au alley; uesr
the cable Only $30 each. CUDDY <fc STOUOU
TON, 141 9. Broadway. 12-15-lt
0')-<tjl-HOU8E OF" SIX ROOMB, BATH,
toOOoU clo ets and every convenience; large
loi oemo t sldew.-lts, stable and shed, lawn
and fiowersiori rt est Twenty-fifth street; price
$3501); will exchausje.. CUDDY it BTOUGH
TON. I*l South Broadway. 12 15-lt
<&WiUi _HoD3l£ GF FfVK ROOMS, BATH
W i'H'U and clo-els; nice lot with lawn aud
flowers; on West First st re t; price $1600; part
cssli. CUDDY & sTot'iillToN, 141 s u ath
Broadway. 12-15-lt
<•>, «,ui- ilo'lTSE OF SEVEN ROOMS. HATH
SSll'vU and closets aud all conveniences;
larKe lot well improv d. c'incut sidewalks,
lav. v and dowers; price $3 00; cash; on
West Eleventh street. CUDDY it oTOUGHTON,
1 11 South Broadway. 12-15-lt
illl.-HOU.-K OF SiX ROOMS AND
9pZ rfU closets; large lot with cement side
waiKs, chicken hnuse aud co.ral; on electric
n»rlino; price $2400; part cash. CUDDY A
BTOUGHTON, 141 South Broadway. 12-15-lt
170K SALE—HOW lT~li?
1 Lots north of Twelfth street, near electric
car line, for $300; $15 cash; balance $10 per
month without interest PIKTLE REAL ES
TATE AND TRUST CO., 209 W. Seecnd St.
12-10-7 C
J7IOR SALE—HOUSES FOKBA LB, MON TH LV
* payments. ALLIBON BARLOW, 227 West
,-ceond st. 11-12 tf
I/OR BALK—SSOOO BUYS A BRICK BI.OI'K
Jf ou Second st.: 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy
terms. See oWi\ER, room 78, Temple block.
11-3-tf
FOR SALE—COUNTRY PROPERTY.
JP large and small; Income propertU b; fruit
on tiees; beautiful homes; easy terms. t)OL
sTeiN, 209 South Broadway. 12-15 tl
—v BEAUTIFUL 10 ACRE OR
-3? i UUUs chard ou extension of Figueroa
street, bearing orange, lemons, apples, pears,
peaches aud berries; hiird-fiui. hed h use, well,
windmill and tank; lawn, hedge and flowers,
all complete, and $701)0 will oav this 1 lace,
which is eatilv worth $12,0Q0. CUDDY it
bTJUGHTON, 141 8. Broadway. 12 15-lt
— A CHOICE FOOtUiLL HOME;
f?i WUu« 10 acreß of laud in bearing oranges
bIU otner fruits, modern house, 8 rooms, good
water supply with the place. Situated hlah
and above the fogs and no frost. Only $3500.
CUDDY & SToUciHTON, 141 8. Broadway.
12 15-lt
$~ IKfU\~~ W ACRES OF FINE LAND AT
— i)UU Azusa; about 5 acres in bearing
oranges, balance in grain: five room house, cis
tern and bain; price $2500; part cash; this is a
bargain; perfect water right. CUDDY it
STo ugh TON, ill south Broadway, 12-15-lt
$~mi\-CHICKEX RANCH, WITH HOUSE,
I UU well, chicken houses, horse, buggy,
some furniture and chickens; owner must sell:
located between this city and the Ravmoqil
boiel aud 1b a snap: only $700. CUDDY it
STOUGHTON, 141 South Broadway. 12-15-lt
OX—WE W~ILL SELL 200 ACRSs OF
choice level land Boushw.st of the
city, only five miles from the court house, f r
the next few days at $125 per acre; this is a
fare bargsin
W ealsobavc 6'J acres of beautiful land on
Western avenue, iv the beiutifol Cahuenga
valley, which we can oiler at $150 per acr ) for
a fewdays. CUDDY &STOUGHTON, 141 South
Broadway. 12-15 It
AIAA TO CLOSE AN KsTATK—WE eiFFER
ATj\| 200 acres of choice orange land under
the water dilch at Fast Riverside, for only
$100 per acre. Also, $500, 7 acres of bear ng
navel orange-near Riversi c, all loaded with
the finest kiud of fruit; perfect water right
and title perfect, at only $500 per acre; tnis is
a creat bargain and must be sold. CUDDY A
BTOCGHTUN, 141 S. Broadway. 12-15-lt
Jj<O^AA—3o ACRES OF SPLENDID AIV
dTOJU" fulfil l.iiid, with house, barn, arte
sian we 1, farming utensils and household fur
niture, a'l complete, situated six miles south
east ol th \ city; must, bs sold at once; title per
fect; only $3500. CUDDY & OTOUGIITON,
141 8. Bro»dway. 12-15 11
I7*OR SALE-GOOD LANDS WITH
' ialu water, near the c ty, ch°ap; from $50
to $-'00 per acre, for sale by MeKuON & 1,0.,
231 w est First et , and AUSTIN 4 CO, 136 8.
Bioadway. 12 9 14t
17* OR SALE—TWO ACRKS, WITIf"HARD*
' finished house of four rooms anil kit, hen;
windmill and tank-house; barn for live horses;
all fenced; plenty of water; situated near city
limits. Apply to 110 East First street, up
stairs 11 22 tl
for sale—miscellaneous.
j/*or sale^-<?6^d~bTrlTy~i^
JU for $7 per ton; gang plow, suiky plow,
mowing machine) feedcutier, wheel cultivator,
four-room bo se to move; nil cheap; call early.
CHA-. VICTOR HALL, Rosedaie aud Adams
streets. 12-15 3t
Ij>oß SALE-THE W HOLE OF FURNITURE,
1 including piano, steel range, carpets, bed
ding, etc,, etc., ot an eight-room house iv cen
ter of business portion of city; rent of house
very low; a great bargain for cash. Inquire ar
303 South Spring street. No second-hand
dealers need apply. 12 15 7t
I"Toit beautiful cabinet
1 Grand upright piano, practically new, for
$230; cost $500. Call at once. FISHER &
pOYU.PIAMO CO., Spring and Franklin. 12-9 tf
"17*0 It BA. E-ON Tit HI HAMMEL * DENKKR
JL 1 ranch, work and driving /.orses, milch
cows and heifers, farming implements, etc.
luquire in office, No. 17 Requeua street, or on
the ranch, eight ml es west 01 town. 11-6 lm
SALE—OLD PAI-tfRB IN QUANTI-
J ties to suit, at this office.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
s£ 1 (Wi< : in vli^tT^^ge^h^r^wi^h
3PIUUU services of an active, practical busi
ne-sman iueome es;ublished paying busin-.-ss;
office work preferred; releieuces exchanged.
W., box 20, this office. 12-15 2t
ITiuR 8 LE—sBoo—A SPLENDIDLY FUK
! nished lodging hou.e, very central and well
filled, 1/ rooms; only $800. CUDDY &
BToUGHTON, 141 8. Broadway. 12-15-lt
l7«OR, BALE- $650—A PAYING UEITAUR
JTj ant, all complete; long lease and cheap
rent; a great bargain; only $659. CUDOY <fc
BTOUGdION, 141 8. Broadway. 12 15-lt
™X SALE-$550-SMaIl GROCERY AND
J} cigar store, doing nice business aud in
creasing daily; very cheap rent: iliuess cauee
of selling; only $050. CUDDY it BTOUGH
TON, 141 S. Broadway. 12 15-lt
BALE- A GOOD PAYING LIVERY BUS
iness. Inquire at O. K. BTABLKS, 248
South Main street. 12-14 7t
ANTED—A PARTNER IN A FIR-/T CLASS
pajlng business on Spring Btreet; business
center; strict Investigation solicited; ouly
principals need apply. Address PARTNER
dox 30, this office. 13-13 7t '
FOR SALE RESTAURANT; 1-.OOD LOCA
tion; good businesß. AddressN. B. box 20,
this office. 12-13 7t
USINESS CHANGES—WE PA X CASH FOR
second-baud upright and square pianou.
FISHER & BOYD PIANO CO., corner spring
and Franklin. 10-14 tf
HOTELS.
\T7 HEN IN LOS ANGKLEsfrHE pLaCtTtO
VY slupatis HOTEL BKLLF.VUE TERRACE,
Corner Sixth and Pearl streets. It Is the only
first-class family aud tourist hotel iv the city,
with large beautiful lawns, broad sunny
porches, and all large, outside sunny rooms,
with open grates, free baths, and service A 1.
Rates—2s rooms, $7 per week; 2 persons. $14
40 rooms, $9 per week; 2 persons $15.
35 room-, $10 per week; 2 oersons, $17.
25 looms, $12 per week; 2 persons; $20.
Special rates to monthly or permanent reople.
11-20 3m MM C W. STEWART, I'ropr.
HE MaDISON.
631 South Man street.
New and elegant furnished family hotel.
11-24 lm
TJLEWETT HOUsT-FUIINIsHEIJ ROOMS,
JD entirely new, single or en suiic, bath roo -rs
conpected; suitable for housekeeping. 116
East First street, New Wilson block. 11-22 lm
T7*OR SXOUANGE—TWO GOOD 5 ROOM
r cottages and lotB; one has gocd barn; lo
cated outside of one-half mile circle; prices,
$ '.000 and $2200; mortgage of $650 on each;
will exchange for cattle, horses, or land if clear.
A. J. MEAD, 238 West First street. 12 14 2t
TAOR EXCHANGE—A FINE NEW UPRIGHT
JP piano for a good lot not too far out. FISH
ER & BOYD iiANO CO., corner Spring and
Fr.nklin. 10-14 tf
| ABSTRACTS.
t A BBTRACT ANDJTITIB INBUEANCa COM
• '.mi pf 1 -j eles, northwest corn<>» of
—i nffii liktmi
FINANCIAL.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
In any amounts on alt kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos with
out removal, diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property ol
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in
warehouses; partial payments received, money
without delay; private offices for consultation;
will call if desired. W. K. DeGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 S. BpriDg St., opposl c
Nadeau hotel. 7 'is) tf
OAN3, 7 AND 8 PER CHNT~
BROS.. 101 South Broadway. 8-16 flm
M ONKY TO LOAN AT B~PER CKNT; ANY
amount. M. P. SNYDER, 139 South
Broadway. 8-13 flm
M" ONKY TO LOAN ON COUNTRY AND
city property; lowest rates. W X, BUR KB,
notary public, 100 North Spring ureal.B-13 Om
6neT"t6~LOAN ON DIAMONJJsTjiwBI.
-ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles anil all kinds of personal and
collateral security. LEX BROS, 402 8. Spring,
J" f you"wantTm ONKY without "delay,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see security bavings Bunk, 148 S. Maiu ft.
8-lif
io loan. " .
lOANS MAI X ON hKAL K-TaTR AT THE
J lowest rale. W. P. DAVIS, 119 South
Bioaoway. 11-20 lm
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MAIN
STREET BAVINGB BANK, 420 South
Maiu street. 10 20 tf
I'JOINIHXTkK A LIST, BROKERS, 127 W,
X Second St.. loan money ou good security at
reasonable rates. Farm loans a specially. If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 8-1 7 (mi
ONEY TO LOAN—A. R FKASER A F: D.
L.mtcrinan. 130 H. Broadway. 8-17 tim
EDUCATIONAL.
TEACHERS' OLA SS"T^TeI^ITINQ~"FOR
county examination. Positions for govern
esses aud teachers. 120K 8. Spring. 12-25 tf
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
J AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated) 144 south Main St.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying, and all English
branches. Large, able, ami maturo laculty of
instructors. Lay a d evening sessions. Terras
reasonable. Call at college uftice, or write for
ciegaut catalogue. K. It. sIIRAdER, President;
F. W. KELSKY,Vice-President; I. N. INSKKEP,
secretary. 8-16 91 tf
SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (INOOK
poratid), 137 South Malu street (Chamber
of Commerce). Commodious new studios. L.
E. GARDEN-MACLEOD, principal.
STBURY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's store, Phillips block. Send for cata
logue. 10-12 12m
RS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Piano, Voice Culture, Guitar and Banjo.
AKDMOUR, Broadway and sixth st. 9-24-tf
08 ANGKLES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
aud Art; open all the year. MRS.
F. MILY J. VALENTINE, precldcut, 648 South
Olive street. 8-14 ly
WILLHARTITZ. MUSICAL BTUDIO,
• room 37, California Bunk B'ld'g. 8-13 ly
EX VUKJI ON 8.
HO, FOR CATALIN A 1 THE SLOOP llAT
tiu sails from Terminal railway wharf,
Ban Pedro, on arrival of the n o'clock train
every Tuesday aud Friday, weather permitting,
returning Monday and Tliirsday. W. R CON
DIT, Master. 12-7"Lm
r\ REAT~CKNIRAL ROUTE EXCURSIONS.
VTKxpericnced conductors; threugn from Los
Angeles to Boston; only six days to New York
or Boston; tourist cars. F. E. SHEARER, man
ager. Office, 229 South Spring st, Los Augeles.
10-16 6m
O. JUDSON A CO.'S EXCURSIONS KAbl
• every Wednesday via Salt Lake city anO
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago aud Hosiou-
Mnuagf-rin charge. Office, ?1 2 6. Spring st.
6-1 tf
IKP&OVX D EXCURSION CAR SERVICE;
tho s'anla ie route, shortest tbroagh our line
to the o&st; dally through tiatus to Chicago,
special family tourist sleeping ear exclusions
for Kansas City, St. Loom, Chicago aud New
Ycrk personally attended throusn to Boston by
SautaFe excursion conductors, For cheapest
tickets out hill information apply to any agent
Southern California Ry, jnd City Ticket Office
S .nta Fo Rorj'.c, 129 N. Spring st,, Los Angeles.
, II tl
pHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
JL Ric Grande railway and the Great Rock
Island route leave Dos Angeles every Tuesday.
Personally conducted tbrnngh to Chicago and
Boston. Ofnoe No. 1S« South Spring St. Itf
ONOLULU TOURS—HUGH 5. KICK, aPK
clal agent Oceanic B. 8 Co, Office: 124
W. Second st; P.O. Box 679 12-4 tf
MUSICAL.
0 stringed taught. Studio 51. Ttke elevator
by P. ople's store, Phillips block. II 12 12m
TUX KAMMERMEYER ORCHESTRA—
flrst-clsss music iurnished for balls, parties,
concerts, receplions and picnics. Violin, man
dolin, etc , taught. Room 21, New Willard
block, 328U South Spring street, Loi Angeles,
Cal. 10 14 ly
DR.'iriFFB'NBACHER, 119H P.
, Spring street, rooms 4 aud 6,
\'\} Teeth extracted aud filled with
■ ''•.'jJCi out pain. 7-21 ly
1882—Established—13S2.
DR. L. W. WELL-*, COR. OF SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown aud bridge work a spccltlty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. mltf
rTuRMY, DENTIST—O'FICK REMOVED
to 124H Bouth Spring street. All opera
tions guaranteed perfe.t at greatly reduced
prices. Extracting and filling witflout pain.
4 16 tf
ADAMS BROS , DENT I STS,239H S. SPRING,
bet. Second and Third. Paluless Siting and
extracting, 50e and $1; crowns, $5: set teeth.
$6 to $10; established in L. A. city 13yrs 12-8
H TOThuRS'iTdENTIST, lOsH N.SPM Hi
St., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Painless extracting.
ARCHITECT. *
CH. BROWn7"aBCHITECT, 132 SOUTH
• liroadway. 8-7 ly
URGKBB J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, EBTAB
liebed for the past 10 years in Los Angeles.
Rooms 7 and 8 (second floor), Workman block,
Spring St.. between second and Third. 3-2 ly
DYERS AND FIMI4HEKS.
P~~ARIBIAN DYE WORKB: 274 SOUTH MAIN
street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tl
BIKOPOUTAN BTHAM DYE WORKS. 211
Franklin street. Fine dyeing and clcan
lug. 1-13 tf
PATENTS, COPTRIGHTS, ETC.
HAZARD & TOWNSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-22 tf
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE,
HENRY L. PINNEY, PLAINTIFF, VS. J. C,
Kolocd et al., defendants
Sheriff's sale No. 18,264.
Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and
sale.
Underand by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, issued ou! of the
superior court of the county ol i-os Angeles, ol
the state of California,on the 14t« day of De
cember, A.T>. 1892, in the above entitled action,
wherein iienry U Plnntv. the above n imea
plaintiff, obtained a judgment und decree of
foreclosure and sale against J C Knfoed
etal., defendants,ou the 13,h day of December,
A. D. 1892, for tbe Bum of fourteen run
drcd and four and 2510J doll, rs, gold
coin, which satd decree was on the
14ih day of December, A. D. 18!)2, re
corded in judgment book 35 of said
court, at page 101, I am commanded to
sell all tho c certain lots, pieces, or
parcels of laud situate, lying and being in the
city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
State of California, aud bounded aud described
as follows:
Lots eighteen (18). nineteen (19), tweniy
(20), block "Si," ten (10) and eleven (11),
block "D;" eighteen (18), block *»1;" forty
(18), forty one (41), bio k "X;" thirty
five (35) and thlrty-slx (36), bock "L,"
of =he Nob UUI tract, as shown by a map
thereof recorded in book 10, at page 97, miscel
laneous records of said county.
Together with all and stngulnr the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenar.ees thereunto be
longing, or in any wisi appertaining.
Public notice is hereby given that on Fri
day, the 6th day of 'anuarv, A. D. 1898,
at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the
court house door of the county of Los Angeles,
I will, in obedience to said order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale sell the above
described property, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with in
terest and costs, etc., to the highest aud best
bidder, fornash gold coin.
Dated this 14th day of December. 1892
E. D. GIBsON,
Sheriff of Los Angeles County.
By F. C. Hankon, Deputy Sheriff.
JobnT. Jones. »tmnw» for Haintiff.
Under the direction of Ai. Hayman.
McLain & Lshman, Managers.
FUIDAY AND SATURDAY, DBC. 16 AND 17.
Special Matinee Saturday.
Appearance of the Charming Comedienne
PATTI ->:- ROSA,
Aided by Joe Hawthorn, Maurice Darcv and a
Superb Comedy Company.
TWO NEW PLAY J. TWO NEW PLAYS.
Friday night DOLLY VARDEN
Saturday matineo DJLLY VARDsN
Saturday night MISS DIXIE
Prices—Evening. 81,760, ROc and 25c.
Matinee, 75c, soc and 26c.
("I RAND OI'KRA HOUnB.
T Under Ihe direction ol AL. HAYMAN.
McLain & Lkhman, Mauagers.
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19IH,
BY GENERAL REQUEST,
Repetition of Web.r's romantic opera,
Der Freischutz,
(The Magic Bullet),
(iivcu by UERR aud MMX. RUBO and their
pupils,
ENGLISH WORD 3!
EXCELLENT CAST I
SUPERB ORCHESTRA I
Advance seat sale opens Saturday, Decombor
17," t box office. Tickets also on sale at Mary
rjold's and at Gardner & Zellner's music stores
on Broadway. Usual prices. $i, 75c, 50c, 25c.
NEW LOS ANUELEB
H. C. Wyatt. Manager. ■
FRIDAY NlGlil AMD SATURDAY MATINEE,
DECEMBER 16 AND 17,
The musical event of the sea on,
MR. BERNARD MOLLENHAUER
Violin virtuoso, assisted by
MISS AUGUSTINE BSRGKR Pianist
MBS J. STORM ANT OWENS.. .Mezzo Soprano
LORELEI HUARTK.TTE—Misses Bertha Agues
Penning. Wiueford R. Huut, Alice H. Eaton,
Kdl h Gardner, Jessie Padgbam, Hattle
Knickerbocker, and F. W. Wallace
MR. J. 11. BRENNER Accompanist
Popular prices. Seats on sale Thursday at
10o'clock a.mi.
V M ' °* Al AUDITORIUM.
DECEMBER 15, 1892, 8 O'CLOCK P.M.
PIANO RECITAL
BY
j EMMA BTRATTON BRUCE,
ASSISTED BY
Mlsß BERTHA PENNING Vocalist
MLSB JOSEPHINE WlLLlAMs....Elocutionist
Tickets. 75c. admitting two. Single ticket!,
50c Tickets tor sale at Bartlett's music house,
103 North Spring s.reet.
ATHLETIC PARK,
Beveuth and Alameda.
BASEBALL!
LOB ANGELES VS. BAN JOSE.
TODAY (TUESDAY),
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
TWO GAMES BUNDAT,
Ece. 13, 14,15,16, 17 and 18,
Last of the special championship setles. Games
called at 2:00 p.m.
Ladles' day all week days.
rpUE PALACE,
X Corner First and Spring streets.
(Family and ladles entrance on First st.)
THE
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert every day from 12 to
1:30 p.m. (during lunch hour); also a
! GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING ■
From 7:30 p.m. to 12 m.
The best commercL 1 lunch In the city from
11 a.m. till 2 p.m., and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A la carte from 6 p.m. to 12 m. 11181 m
UIUINAL VIENNA HUFFBT,
Comer Main an) Requent Streets.
J. H. KENNED >, Bus. Manager.
First appearance on the coast of the charming
and gitted
may-ATKINSON SISTERS-vie
Bong und dance artists, introducing clogs, jigs
reels, etc., etc.
Second week and great success of the
MARTINE3
In their funny sketches, and Miss Martine in
her tigLt rope dance.
A. J. McNIEuE, king of comedians.
Great success of MR. BERT NORRI3, the only
tenor.
Matinee Wednesday afternoon, 11-17 3m
EW VIENNA BUFFET. ~ 1
114 and 116 Court stroot.
F. KERKOW, PBOMUKTOB.
Family Entrance. Family Departments.
FREE, REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND
CONCERT EVERY EVENING.
This week: FERANZI SISTERS,
HIB3 PEARL IN MAN,
MIBB UNA CREWS and
THE BERTH FAMILY,
Miss Marguerite Berth; directress,
FINB COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 a.a..10
2 p in., aud from 5 to 7 p.m.
A LA CARTE AT ALL HOUtS.
The only place for Imported Bavarian'beer
on draught, aud Berlin Weiss beer; also Ltiup'i
Extra Pale. 4.3 tf
MR. K. HENRY J. KRAMER.
war, fork
NEW CLASSES IN DANCING.
As follows:
For beginners, ladies and gont'emen, Monday
evening, Dec. 19th, at 7:30; beginners, misses
atid masters, Saturday morning, Dec. 17th, at
10. New omce and academy, 139 West Fifth
» reet. 12.11 14t
PHYSICIAN S.
J residence, 131 North Spring street, office
hours, 8 to 12,1 to 5, 6toBp. m. Telephone
433, 11-3-tf
MRS. DR. WELLS -OFFICEB N HEB
brick block, 137 East J hlrd street, between
Main and Los Angeles; diseases of women, ner
vous, rectal, sterility and genito urinary dis
eases; also electro therapeutics, Honrs, 10 to
4, 7 to 8.
MRS. DR. J. H SMITH, SPECIALTY MlD
wlfery. Ladles tared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1119. m2B tf
GOLDEN GATE GAS ENGINE.
KoliJrlHiTinr^
O gas or gasoline engines—Anyone having
Honb c with their gat engine, or contemplat
ing putting up a plant ot power, will do well
to ca 1 and examine tbe Golden Gate Gas, Gnso
llue or Natural Gas Engine and see it aud be
conv:nced that it il by far tee most perfected
engine in the market today, we except none.
T. M MARTIN, agent, 154-156 North Loa Au
geles street. 7-34 6a
OAItKIAGE^W^ORKS.
VI7 ANTED—EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT I
Vt am manufacturing allkicdsof spring wag
ons, buggies and carriages at greatly teduced
prices. B.'acksmithlijtf, painting and trim
ming done promptly. Leather top buggies
from 9125 to t)l60. RICHARD MOLONY, 323

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