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GRADUALLY GETTING THERE. Los Angeles Bank Clearances Climbing Up. An Increase of 122.2 Per Cent in the Amount This Week. Other Paclllc Coast Cities Except San Francisco Falling Behind—Brad street's Review of Trade Conditions. By the Associated l'ress. New York, Dec. 30.—Following is a record of the volume of business trans acted through the clearing houses of the principal cities of the United States, for the week ending Thursday: Per ct. Per ct. Clearings. Incr'se. Decr'se New York S001.»Oi,858 15.6 Chicago 8it.048.055 36 5 Bostou 100,816,526 If 8 Philadelphia... 62,449,235 U.S St. Louis 21.1»8,31H 11.2 .... Ban Francisco.. 13,077 627 . .. 17.3 Baltimore 11,028,504 1.5 Pittsburg 12,232,788 8 5 • incinnatl. . . 12.617.200 94 New Orleans.. 13.020,786 22.0 Omaha 6 041,000 18.9 Tacoma 787 600 9 0 Los Angelas ... 1,652,000 122.2 Helena, Mont.. »0;.5li0 Spokane 953,3i)0 Great Falls. ... 275,700 .... Galveston 6.149,376 3 5 Denver 4,223,000 27.6 ... Portland, Ore.. 1,50u,0U0 ... 2 6 Salt Lake City.. 1,4 B.OOQ 33.5 Scuttle 838,-00 24.7 . . Total for leading cities of the United States for the week euded December 29th, $1,0615,549,430, au increase of 6 0 per cent, as compared with the same week of last year. THE TRADE SITUATION. Exceeding Dullness Characterixed the Closiug Week of the Year. New York, Dec. 30.—Bradatreet's to morrow will aay: The featurea of the general trade aituation for the week are found: In continued holiday dullness; a stimulus to the coal trade, due to the cold snap; competition by makers for orders for manufactured iron and steel ; a cut of $1 per ton by the steel rail combina tion ; lower pricea for soft ateel at St. Louia ; for rice at New Orleans, leather at Boston, and corn and oata; with small advances of wheat, hogs and silk gooda, and eteady quotations for wool, cotton, sugar and cattle. The close of the year finds the epecu lativo and investment share market dull and apathetic. Reasonable qniet ia noticeable at the western centers, where, without excep tion, a good trade ia anticipated early in Trade on the Pacific coast ia very dull. The wheat promiae in California haa been helped by raine thia week. Au unexpected decrease of 1,601,000 bushels of available wheat east of the Rocky mountaina haa atimulated priceß and trade criticism simultaneously, be cause it waa unexpected, and to come people inexplicable. The miasing wheat has been ahipped from northweatern elevators, and no doubt will in part re appear again. THE WEEK IN WALL STREET extinguished f » r fls Dullness and Ab seuce of General Features. Nsw York, Deo. 30.—Bradetreet'a Weekly Wall street Review says: The speculative week has been distinguished only by its dullness and the absence of any general features. The approach of Jauuary Ist, with its changes and settle ments had a restraining influence upon tbe bulls' feelings, which was reinforced by temetnbrttnce of the recent squeeze iv the money market. On the other hand the decline of exchange rates seems to diminish the sence of apprehen sion in regard to the financial situation which oveahanga the "street." The ease on exchange may be ascribed to the exceedingly slack inquiry for re mittances, though it is understood that offerings of commercial bills have in creased, and that bankers are less ap prehensive in regard to the continuance of the high level of exchange and the accompanying gold exports after Janu ary Ist. The money market was favor ably affected by these considerations, as well aa by the more positive influence of a fait ly "large inflow of money from the interior. Mot from a Financial Standpoint "I do not recommend Chamberlain's Cough remedy from a financial stand point, for wo have others in stock on which we make a larger profit," says Al. Maggini, a prominent druggist, of Braddock, Peun., "but because many of our customers have spoken of it in the highest praise. We sell more of it than of any eiruilar preDaration we have in the store." For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 N. Main, druggist. A Gale io Arizona. Flagstaff, Ariz., Dec. 30.—-A violent gale visited this section last night. It waa tho hardest wind ever known here. Houses were blown down and others unroofed, and hundreds of trees were uprooted. Nine huge pines within two miles east of here til across the Atlan tic and Pacific railroad track, obstruct ing traffic for a short time. Dandruff. Ihia annoying Bcai> trouble, which giveß tho hair an untidy appearance, is cuiod by akooknm roci hair grower, Ah di-uggiEta. A lieuiuud for Money. Nkw Yokk, Dec. 30. — Money was active tooay because of the calling in of loans in anticipation of annual settle ments and January interest disburse ments. Alter these are made rates will probaiilv settle back. As high as 10 per cent was ted tr ■ fstoqkj exchange bomwei A [braid of t:\u tu.'ant Vtar. Clip Uic las; tisitt J *rs or uir-rt bora the century, and tl » *.*uk-» *!» reptasjent tin term of the .abounded poyrunrtty of Uostet tet's Kiomaor. Bluet-, Ths «p«n.'n« of the year 1893 will >■■ ilUed b >.he appearance of a lu-sli Alun.t. Bitusis. iC which 'tt: u-ee, i envatu , i of tit* '-""m. famous medic a II be lucidly everybody she : ' cal der aud astronomical Ca ' It-tlous 0 1.0 tout in this brochuic are a,«i ,n -hliigly. accurate, and tbe statist ■ 11 istwUhns, OAimor an" other reading matter rich in ln?eTe«t and full of profit. Tlie Ho-tetier fJ >mp-.uy, of fit' burgn, Fa., publ It then -;.lven. I'bi ;en ploy moie thau 1 . ' . b ah A work, and mon tan •». , mi tai in '.he year are cousur> it iv in ; t . ...rstr. i. t can be eh ained, wi •• cost, v .v . ; ,s and couutry dean ; ,u-d ; - ..nglish, German, Fremji, Vt-lrlt. >jJor«etlft! , Swedish, Holland, Belieui' Onr He .' )n Hrav , Maier & 2obcle*ul 'Agor, f esh from the brewery, rpl rirnug./ v | tb . principal sa loons, del ere 1 iy/ u rnpt'y In bo'tler. or k-?gs. Office anc UreWer/ li , /clise H. Telephone 91 Children Cy/for ntuier's Castoria. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 31, 1892. A SCENE IN COURT. rwo Prominent San rranclsco Attorneys Resort to Fistic Arguments. Bah Francisco, Dec. 30.—A remarkable scene was witnessed in Superior Judge Hebbard'a court room this morning dur ing the trial of a suit of the executors of tbe Mervyn Donahue estate against tbe Hotel San Ralael corporation. Some time ago the directors of the corporation weie fined $500 for contempt for disobey ing an injunction of tbe court, but the execution thereon had not yet been issued. Tbis morning Attorney Charles Hanlon, who represents the plaintiffs, entered his bill of costs, which, on mo tion of ex-Superior Judge O. P. Evans, counsel for the defendants, Judge Heb bard ordered stricken out. Evans then asked a stay of execution in the matter of the $500 fine. Thia greatly astonished Hanlon, who asked if Evans had not promised him tbat if the bill of costs were not pressed Evans' clients would pay the fine. Evans denied having co stated, where upon Hanlon called him a liar. The ex judge retaliated by shooting his right list into Hanlon's face, and in a minute the two attorneys were hammering each other about tbe court room. Bailiff O'Neill was ordered to separate them, but before he could do so Evans had knocked Hanlon down. When order was finally restored Judge Hebbard summarily fined, the combatants $500 each and ordered them imprisoned five days in tbe county jail. Subsequently the two attorneys apol ogized to the court, Hanlon stating at the same time that he had not been struck by Evans's blows, aud that he had no recollection of having called the latter a liar. They asked tbat the order committing them to jail be vacated, winch Judge Hebbard finally consented to, but insisted that the fine should be paid. The two attorneys drew their checks for the amount, and addressing each other in a friendly fashion, left the courtroom together. " It wsb stated when order waß restored that Hanlon had not been knocked down by Judge Evans, but had stum bled and fell. JAMBS D. PHELAN'S WILL. His Family Well Provided for—Sso.ooo Bequeathed to Charity. San Francisco, Dec. 30. —The will of James D. Phelan was filed for probate today. No estimate of tbe estate's value is given with the document. The executors and executrixes under the will are Mrs. Phelan, the widow, Frank J. Suilivan and Alice Phelan Sullivan, the deceased's daughter. To his wife ie bequeathed the residence on Seven teenth and Valencia streets, the sum mer residence in Santa Cruz and an annuity of $30,000. The Phelan block is left to hia son James D. Phe lan. The Central market prop erty on the Eoutheast corner of Grant avenue and Sutter street, ia left to hie daughter Alice, wife of Frank J. Sullivan. Varioua pieceß of real estate in the city are left to bia daugh ter, Mary L. Phelan. He leaves to his executors, in trust, the earn of $50,000, to be distributed in part as followB: To the Sitters of Charity of Virginia City, $1000; to the Catholic bishop of Sacramento, $2500; to St. Ignatius' church, $5000; to Archbißhop Riordan, for the cathedral, $10,000; to the Presentation convent, $2500; to the South San Francisco Or phan asylum, $2500; to the Siatera of tbe Holy Family, $25,000; to the Siatera of Charity, corner of Gough and Geary streets, $1000; to the Youths' directory, $2000; to the Siatera of Mercy for the Old Ladies' home, $5000. The remainder of the estate ie to be divided equally between hie three chil dren, James D., Mra. Sullivan and Mary L. Phelan. An Embezzler Breaks Jail. Port Townsend, Waah., Dec. 30.—8. T. Schwartz, cashier of the Port Angelea bank, who wae recently convicted ofjem bezzlement, broke jail at Port ADgelea last night. He haa not been recap tured. Draw Your Own Conclusion. Mr. J. O. Davenport, manager of the Fort Bragg Redwood company, Fort Bragg, Cal., haa thia to aay of Cliamber lain'a Cough Remedy : "I used it for a aevere cold and cough, and obtained im mediate relief. In the Fort Bragg Red wood company'a atorewe have cold large vuantitieaof Chamberlain'a medicines." For sale by C. F. Heiuzeman, 222 N. Main, drugitiat. 500 canary birds and cageß for Christmas presents, at No. 124 West Four h street. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. W ANTED—HELP PJtTTT, HUMMEL & CO., SUCCESSORS TO t Petty .St Hummel and Martin A Co., 20i West second street, and 131 and 135 West First street, where ail people wanting any kind of situations or help can be promptly and satis factorily tupplicd. The lamest agency west of the MiSHistipp. river Miscellaneous depart ment at 207 West Second street. Tel. 40. Hotel work. 131-135 West First St. Tel. 509. first c.ass household department In each office. "* 'JIIOKuIHtIILY EXPERIENCED BIHI -2\ neas woman, accustomed to taking entire charge of bu.iiitss correspondence, dictating, etc., nesires position as private secretary. Fully qualified aud energetic. Business experience iv Philadelphia. New York and Boston Ad dress A L. M., Box 00, Hera d, 12 .8 5t ANTED-BARBER AT 420 N. MAIN ST. 1231 It VITANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP FREE— TT Employment or any information, address tt. NITTINURR'S BURKAU, established 1880. Office, SI9H South Spring street; residence, 451 South Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ange les,''al. Telephone 113. 8-10 tf WANTED—SITUATIONS. ■IT^XnTED—SITUATION BY RELIABLE TT man to do chores around house An dress X. C. B , box UO, Herald 12 31 2t ■ IjAXPERIEM'ED bTENOGRAPHER DK.-lilE.-i Jli l osition. Accurate an i willing: splendid references. Address l*. X. Ii , Box 5t AI rAN TED —"sIT U ATIONS BY CHI NIS X tt cocks, laborers, orange pickers hnd pack ers KeeGEO, I.EM A CO., 333 Apablasa St.; Tel. S 34 lm WsNTED r<- RENI. \%J AN ii'D- It 7 IU'NT "_~ :■■ OR i ROOM V T Iviuso <I. ten; 12 or ft 10 pe. j >ntb. AtMljgS _r W. t . 1... t 'io. this t.fn.-i . : St " w .1 »- O ,*riBCELLA"JEI> LTB. ; Vi7an«i"pa" n>x£ji*xti Vio.oooj ir, VV manufacture recently 'i*«ntec rws* good t. at n. 11 at right. Can tiWD.ou«ra.i6 qi lot -f turns al.d large profit Address it call •*. i -ia •: 12i>'i Ho'Uh Spring • reet li 30 7t LOST ANDFOrap^ LOST-SIS Iff REWARD—A NECK lac.', witU dark nansy, containing a small diamond; end one gold glove buttoner, set with three blue, stones. 1.1-v's tf FOR EXCHANGE. I pOU JXOHAHBS — 800 ACHES FiNK, 1 level fruit land, near railroad; also good hotiß-. centra ly locatid ; in Oakland, Cal. POINDEXTEK & LI-T. 127 West Second. 12 20 lm JftOß EXCHANGE—A FINE NEW UPRIGHT piano for a good lot not too far out. FISH ER & BOYD IIANO CO., coiner Spring and Franklin. 10-14 tf It was Ben Johnson, we be lieve, who, when asked Mal lock's question, * Is life worth Living ? " replied " That de pends on the liver." And Ben Johnson doubtless saw the double point to the pun. The liver active—quick— life rosy, everything bright, mountains of trouble melt like mountains of snow. The liver sluggish—life dull, everything blue, molehills of worry rise into mountains of anxiety, and as a result —sick headache, dizziness, constipa tion. Two ways are open. Cure permanently, or relieve tem porarily. Take a pill and suf fer, or take a pill and get well. Shock the system by an over dose, or coax it by a mild, pleasant way. Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets, are the mild means. They work effectively, without pain, and leave the system strong. One, little, sugar-coated pel let is enough, although a whole vial costs but 25 cents. Mild, gentle, soothing and healing is Dr. Sage's Catarrh' Remedy. Only 50 cents. aOCIETI NOTICES. "pVthTas—thV'Various lodges of the Order of Knights of Pythias Inthls city hold reg"lar conventions as below. All resident and visiting Knights cordially welcomed. SAMSON NO. 148—700 Downey aye. (K. Los An geles), Monday evening, C. F. Bradford, C. C. AT PYTHIAN CASTLE, 118 V* 8. SPRING BT. GAUNTLET NO. 129-Monday evening, H. L. Hopkins C. C. TRICOLOR NO. 96—Tuesday evening, George B. Shaffer, 0. C LA FRATERNITE—Wednesday evennig, I. Anxlonnette, C. C. OLIVE NO. 26, Thursday evening, T. O. H. Bogalsky, 0. C. MARATHON NO. 182—Friday evening, H. B. Slaughter, C.C. BUHEAU OF RSI.IEF-Every second and fmnth Wednesday. SPECIAL NOTICE. 0"~? corThsiK you World's Columbian Exposition. But do you know where you will sleep while in i hl cago ? A limited number can secure such ac commodations as are desired either at a high priced hotel, a family dormitory, a private residence or an encampment, by addressing, for full particulars, RALPH E. HoYT, 53 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 12 31 tt W. BTOLL & CO. HAVE JUST RE EIV • ed the first shipment of tbe celebrated Edelbrau lager beer from the Buffalo Brewing company ot Sacramento, Cal. This beer is shipped doun herein lied cars and bottled by them witn the utmost cleanliness and care, and is equal to tbe finest eastern export bee rs. in richnetß of flavor and purity it cannot be surpassed by any. It is tho finest production ot malt and hops on the Pacific coast, one trial of this delicious and most nourishing bey erage will convince you of its supe ior quality. Doii't fc get to call ior Edelbrau. H. W eTOLL & CO., 509 Commercial street. Telephone IOUf All orders promptly attended to. 12-23 9t ALEOFRED (GRADUATE CF LAVAL • and McHill), mining engineer. Head of fice, Quebec; branch office, Montreal, ( anada. 12-20 ly Tj*oß SALE - TWENTY THOUSAND IM r proved soft Bhell walnut irees from 1 to 4 years old, a,l in fine condition; also a fine seleciioi of deciduous stock oi choice va rieties for drying, tanning and shipping. All stock guaranteed. Trees as represented. I have also a fine stock of pressed figs put up in neat 1 and 2 pound drums. All the above are now be ing offered for sale. Correspondence solicited. JAMES bTEWART, Downey, Cal. Box 52. 11-29 tf HUNTER'S TEXAS TaMALES CAN BE oB talned at tbe following places: spring and Second, First and spring, junction Temple and Spring, front of liermania saloon, Main street. Our signs indicate our sddress, 618 Bellevue avenue. Don't be imposed upon by imitators. Buy the genuine anicle at the above locations. We are the originators of the genuine Texas Umales in Los Angeles. 12-14 6m YPK WRITERS FOR SALE OR RENT; terms easy; Paper, Caibon, Ribbons, etc LONGLBY & WaGNER, First and Spring. 11-34 lm AF. BLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFIOE . 112 Center Place. 0-8 tf NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER Com nany will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 and 8 o clock p.m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before water will be 'timed on again 817 'f HOTELS. \I7HKN IN LOs'aNGHLKS.THE PLACbTtO VV stop at is HOTEL BKLLF.VUE TERRACE, Corner Sixth aud Pearl streets. It is the only firtt-class family and tourist hotel in the city, with large beautiful lawns, broad sunny porches, and all large, outside sunny rooms, wiih open grates, free baths, and service A 1. Rateß—2s rooms, $7 per week; 2 persons, $14 40 rooms, $9 per week; 2 persons $i 5. 35 room-, $10 per week; 2 persons, $17. 25 rooms, $12 per week; 2 persons; $20. Special rates to monthly or permanent r eople. 11-20 3m MRS. C. W. STEWART, Propr. LEWETT HOUSE—FURNISHED ROOMS, entirely new, single or en suite, bath too ■ 8 connected; suitable for housekeeping. 116 East First street, New Wilson block. 12-23 tf OFFMAN HLAN: 612 outside rooms, superbly furnished: first class in every way; 1 claim is unexcelled strungerß invited: $1 50 to $2.t0 per day. T. W. rtTROHKMKiE. 11-18-3 m DENTISTS. DR. Dl KKKNb'aCI! Kit, 1l ii '-j 8. 5 Spring street, rooms 4 and 5, . , r „ , Teeth extracted and filled with. ' 7 T532r ont pa in, 7-21 ly 1882—Established—1882. DR. L, W. W ELLS COR. OF SPRING AND First streets, WiUon block; take elevator. Gold crown aud bridge work a specialty; teeth extracted without pain. Room 1. ml tf DR. URMY, DENTIST —OFFICE REMOVED to South Spring street. All opera tions guaranteed peifewt at greatly reduced prices. Extracting and filling without paiu. 4 16 tf DAM-; BIIU3 , DENTISTS, S,WRING, bet. Second and Thiid. painless filling arid extracting, 50c and $1; crowns, $5: set teeth, $6 !o$l0; established in L. A. city 13yrs 12-8 R. TOLHURjT,DENTIST, N.sPRi -G St., rooms 2, 6 nnd 7. l*ali:lp's extracting CARRIAGE WORKS. IX7ANTED—EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT I V.an m ami'in wing all kindsof spring wag • i '-igj.<- v' ca; tsges at greatly reduced n I toll '.aiming and trim ming <Jone jiroisptiy. father top buggicß I . Bl' ARD M0L0NY.323 ■A :1* > street Lo" A vyol-Hi t,:il. lE VIIII > v'T. rwf BROW > , "AAi . I.EC TBS .'I'UTH \J» Broadway - ~ _ B IL?JL BUBbKSs /." 'KR' r, AiJpHl > 1 <■ , ES'I AB lished for ihe fjs It c ' -' Rooms 7 and 8 (sec v too : V. 0 * ">*■> .' Spring St.. between K-cu.i.l ti. ' '.!!.-.: HOMEOPATHIC PHYSIC! i SH. BOYNTON, 'm. D.. D!ol 8?f;t 0? • children. Office and reside.- 8?? ~ Olive st. Office hours, 10 to la a. i.. ir' o ,* p rti. Tptpnhonc 874 IO fl At ABSTRACTS. 3TRACT AND TITLE INSURAN 65k? , pany of Loa Angcle' northwest nirol | Franklin and New High streets. L / tr I BARGAINS IN REAL KSTATB. payments. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West aecond it. 11-12 tl BALB-*5OOO BOYS A BRICK BLOCK X 1 on Second st,: 2 stores and 13 r< oms; easy terms. See OWNER, room 78, Temple block.. 11-3-tf FOR SALE—COUNTRY PROPBRTT. flfc»)K AN ACRE—BO ACRBS FIRST-CLASS 3r_«) all level land, sult«bie for orange* and lemons; five acres let io figs; In the frostless belt; half mile from school houae and on base line. A. M. SOCTHWoRTH, P. O. box 9, Ktl w.. inla, s n Bernardino county. 12 31 3t 1/OR r>ALK—TWO ACRES WITH HARD- V finished houße of four rooms and kitchen; windmill and tank-house; barn for live horses; al! fenced; plenty of water; situated near city limits. Apply to 116 Bast First Btreet up stairs. 12-23 tl -RAKUAIN TO CLOSE UP AN ESTATE; X> choice land, 110 acres; whole or In parcels to suit; soil adapted for lemons, Waluuta, olives, prunes; all kinds of deciduous fruits, corn, beans, etc.; water in about 10 feet from surface. Bust be sold, Before purchasing else where, for full particulars, call at JOHN L PAVKOVIUH, txecutor, 208 West First sireet. 12-8 tf FOR BALB—MISCELLANEOUS, IjAOR SA..E—ON THE HA MM EL & DRNKKR V ranch, work and driving iiorses, milch cows and heifers, farming implements, etc. Inquire in office, No. 17 Requena sireet, or on the ranch, eight ml es west of town. 11-0 lm i,X)K eALE—ORGAN. FOR CHURCH OR parlor; powi rini. sweet tone: pal feci order; 12 btops. i ost $300. Price $05. E. B. CLAM KB, 232 West first street. 12 25-tf_ JTOR SALE CHE *P—PAIR OF MRDIUM "X 1 s zed mules Call at wood and coal yard, Weshlngtou and Georgia lio.l sueets, l.os An geles. 1230 3t Jfirjß BALE—A BBAUTIFUL CABINET 1 Grand upright piano, practically new. Call at once. FISHER Si BOYD PIANO CO., riprlng and Franklin. 12-9 tf |,-<OR SaLE—LARGE FAMILY HOKf-B, SAFE, X' powerful, sorrel, J3OO pouuds; cheap BRnADW.vY STABLE', near Fourth. 12 25 tf IyOK bALB—OLD I'APKRS IN QUANTI J ties to suit, at this office. BUSINESS CHANCES. -pu^rtlTEss^HA^ >J3k second-hand upright and square pianos. FISHER & BOYD PIANO CO., corner rpiing and Franklin. 10-14 If PERSONAL. PERSONAL— COFFEE,FRESH ROASTED OS our giant coffee roaster. Java and Mocha, 35c lb: Mountain coffee, 25c; granulated sugar, 18 lbs $1; brown, 20 lbs $1:0 lbs rolled oats or wheat, 25c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; 4 lbs pure buck wheat. 25e:germea, 20c; 3 pkgs starch 25c; can milk, 10c; 5 lbs good tea, $1; mince meat, 5c lb: currant jelly, 10 lb; 51 bs raisins. 25u; 5 lbs figs 25c; 3 lbs apricots, 25c; can potted ham, Sc. orange marmalade, sc: picnic hams, 13u; bacon, 16c; can coal oil 80c; brooms, 20c; wooden pails, 15c. BCONOMIO STORES, 305 South Spring street ERSONAL— RALPHS BROtt — GOLD BAR Flour, $1.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1: granulated sugar, 18 lbs $1; white sugar, 18 lbs $1; 5 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans frull, 50c; 50 bars soap, $1; eastern gasoline. 80c, and coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 15c; laid, 10 lbs,sl.lo; s lbs, 5.1 c. 601 South Spring street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf RRSuNAL— RING UP 103 FOR THE CEL ebrated Edelbrau lager beer-the best now in the market, bottled by H. W. STuI.L & CO , 509 Commercial street, Los Angeles. 12-23 9t GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN * street, Chicago, III.; 28 years' expert enue; secrecy; special facilities In several states; Goodrich ou divorce, with laws of all states, in press. 11-16-ly ERBONivL — w. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER, 112|, Souih Broadway. Probate and in solvency law s> specialty. Advice free. 7-23 ly MEDICAL PERSONALS. FOB LADIES ONLY-THE PROPHYLACTIC Compound is the greatest medical discov cry of the age. Absolutely sure and safe. Every bottle guaranteed. Write to the Prophylactic Compound Company, Fresno, Cal., for a de scriptive circular, which contains information that may save you years of suffering, and per haps your life. Circulars and the preparation caa be obtained from all druggists. F. W. BRA UN it CO., distributing agents for South ern California. 7-16 ARRIBD LADIES—SEND 10 CENTS FOR ' Infallible Safeguard" (no medicine, no deception;; just what you want. LADIES' BAZAR, Kansas City Mo. 7-8 6m EDUCATIONAL. UNIVER9ITY OK SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA —The next term in the College of Liberal Arts will open Wednesday, January 4 h, 1893. Three full college courses; also three years' aca demic course, preparing students for ireshman year in college Best of instruction in both vocal and instrumental music, stenography, typewriting, etc For particulars address Dean W. 8. MA'ITHEW, D. r)., University Place. 12-30 7t EACHERS' CLASS PREPARING FOR county examination. PosiUous for govern esses and teachers. 120H 8. Spring. 12-25 tf OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE ' 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, and mature iaculty of instructors. Lay a d evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Call at college office, or write for elegant catalogue. B. R. sHRAuER, President; F. W. KELeEY,Vice-President; I. N. INSKKKP, secretary. 8-16 91 tf SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (INOOK porated), 137 South Main street (Chamber of Commerce). Commodious new studios. L. E. GARDEN-MACLEOD, principal. A' STBURY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING and Business Institute. Take elevator by People's store, Phillips block. Send for cata logue. 1012 12m MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER uF Piano, Voice Culture, Guitar and Banjo. ARDMOUR, Hr. ad way and -ixili st. 9-24-tl T 08 ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Lj and Art; open all the year. MRS. kMILY J. VALENTINE, precident, 648 South Olive street. 8-14 ly "i WILLHARTITZ, MUSICAL STUDIO, A. room 37. California Bans B'ld'g. 8-13 ly EXCURSIONS. T^TIFoICcfATA^ XL tie sails from Terminal railway wharf, Sin Pedro, on arrival of the 11 o'clock irain etery Tuesday and Friday, weaiher permitting, returning Monday and Tharsday. W. ft. CON DIT, Maßtcr. 12-7 lm GREAT CKNIRAL ROUTE EXOCKSIO <s. Experienced conductors: througn from Los Angeles to BoBton; only nix days to New York or Boston; tourist cars. F. E. SHEARER, man ager. Office, 229 con th Spring St., Los Angeles. 10 16 6m f C. JUDSON 5 CO.'S EXCURSIONS MAM t) • every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston Manager In charge. Office, 212 8. Spring it. 6-1 tf IMPROVED EXCURSION CAR SERVICE, the Santa Fe route, shortest through car lint to the east; daily through trains to Chicago special family tourist sleeping car excursions for Kansas City, St. Lours, Chicago and New York personally attended through to Boston by Santa Fe excursion conductors, For cheapest tickets and full information apply to any agent eouthern California Ry, and City Ticket Office ..ma Fc Rome, 129 N. Spring Bt„ Los Angeles. 1 itl PHILLIPS iiXCURMIONti VIA DKNVERAND Rio Grande rAllway and the Great Rock island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston. Offioe. No. Ul South Spring st. Itf ONOLULU TOURS-HUGH B. RICE, SPR cial agent Oceanic 3 S. Co. Office: 124 W. Hocontl St: P.O. Hot K7» 12-4» GOLDEN GATE GAS ENGINE. n gas or gasoline engines—Anyone having troub c with their gas engine, or contemplat ing putting up a plant o power, will do well to cail and examine trie Golden Gate Gas, Gaso line or Natural Gas Hngine and see it and be conv.nc.'d that it is by fait ,c most perfected engine in tho market today, »c except none. T. M MARTIN, agent, 154-156 North Los An i <r«)es stre't 7-?4 y m jr. . . — CONTRACTORS. , . ~'K C. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR. 43 . on Mirk 8-111 lv ENI'S, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. ~> & TOWN SEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY rl *;>.M»k. Tel 347. I,or Angelea. 11-22 tf _ DHIKOPIIDISTS. \* 0, TAPPER, PROFESSIONAL CHI iVi .omkl st. 211 West First street, opposite lo no rooms 5 and 6. 12-24 tf PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY-LOANS MONKY In any amounts on all kinds ot personal property and collateral security, en 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 E. DkOROOT, Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 S. Spring It, opposl.e Nad dan hotel. 7-29 tt OANS, 7 AND 8 HER CENT. BRADBHAW BROS., 101 South Broadway. 8-16 6m MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY amount. M. P. SNYDER, 189 South Broadway. 8-13 6m M~~ ONEY TO LOAN ON COCNIRY AND city property; lowest rates. W R.BURKE, notary public, 169 North Spring s.reel.B-13 6m ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWBL ry. watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds ot personal and collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 8. Spring. JF IOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY, no commission, at prevailing rates of inter est, see eecurity Savings Rank, 148 S. Maiu st. 8-1 if LOAN. ' MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK, 426 South Main street. 10 26 tf OIND '.XTkR S LIST, BROKERS, 127 W, Second st.. loan money on good security at reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 8-17 6m MONBY~TO LOAN—A. R. ERASER 2F: D. Lsnterman. 139 8. Broadway. 817 6tn FOR BENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT— HOUSE. FIVE ROOM*, MOD em, close in. WIILIAM 8. D« VAN. 211 West First street. 12 29 it ITwTrKNT— SIX-ROOM MODE UN HOME; 1 hath; barn. 110 Scuib Broadway. 12 24 tf I/UR RENT.—HOUSES ALL OilY f 0. A. Sumner & Co,, 107 S. Broadway. 4 12 FOR RENT^BJO^JMSj^^ |,->OR RENT-FINE SUNNY ROOMS. Ftlß r nlßhed. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Aliso aud Ixw Angeles streets 6-3 tf MEDIUMS, MRS. PARKER. CLAIRVOYANT—CONSUL tations ou buaiue>s, love, marriage, dis ease, mini nil locations, life reading, etc.; take University picctrio par to Forrester avenoo, go we-t thri c blocks to Vine street, second bouse from corner of Ycimonr avenue. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. OATJ LOAN AND TRUfT COMPANY OF i** Los Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff, n. John Maihis. Sarah Mathis, his wife, Mrs. Annie L. shower* r.nd E. U. Showers, ber hus band, defendants. Sheriffs sale-No. 18,365. Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the Superior Court of the county of Los An geles, of the State oi California, on the 30 h day of December, A. D. 1892, In the Above entitled actio \ wherein State Loan ana Trust company of Los Angeles, acorpoiation, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and de cree of foreclosure and sale against John MathlH, et al., delendants, ou the 7th day of December, A. D. 1892, for the sum of eight hundred eigbty-elght and 59-100 ($SbB 59 100) dollars, lawful money of the United states, which said de cree was. on the 7ih day of December, A. D. 1892, recorded in judgment book 35 of said court, at page 157,1 am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pieces, or f>arcels of land situate, lying and being v the said county of Los Angeles. State of California, and bounded and described as fol lows: The south one-half ('j) of the southwest o»c queries (s&), and '.he southwest one-qu irter ! 1 1 ! of the southeast one-quarter (',) of section one (1), and the northwest one-quarter (!<) of the north ast one-qusrter (J4l of section twelve (12) township three (3) north, range eight (8) west, San ficrnardino meridian, to gether with a 1 and singular the teuemeuts, hereditaments and appurtenances ucrtunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining. Public notice ls hereby given thai, on Mon day, the 23d day of January, A. B. 1893.at 12 o'clock m. of thatday, in front of the court house door of the county 01 Los Angeles, Broadway en trance, I will, iv obedieuce io 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 interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder, for cash, lawful money of the United States. Dated this 30th day of December. 1892. E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By F. C. Haknon, Deputy Sheriff. W. R. Gardinor, at'oruey for pla.ntiff. 12-31 Sat 4t. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. STATE LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY OF I.os Angeles, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Will G. Burdette, anf Mrs. *Ul G. Burdette, his wife, and Wm Wlttenbrock, and Mrs. Wm. Wiitenbrock, his wife, defendants. Sheriffs sale—No. 17,383. Order cf-sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree ol foreclosuie and sale, isrued out of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, of the Slate of Ca if urnla,on the 30th day of Decem ber, A. D. 1892, in tbe above entitled action, wherein State Loan and Trust Company of Los Angeles, a corporation, the above named plain tiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclos ure and sale against Will G. Burdette etal., de fendants, ou !.'.- Bth day of December, A. D. 1892 for the sum of three thousand, fifty five and 97 100 ($3955.97) dollars, lawful money of the 1 nited ct-teß, which said decree was, on the Sih day of December, A D. 1892, recorded in judgment book 35 of said Court, at page 159, I am commanded to sell ail that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the city of l.os Angeles, couuty of Los Angeles. State of California, and bounded and described as follows: The south one-half (s) of the southeast one fourth (%) of lot one (1) Griffin's addition to East Lns Angeles, California. Together with all and singular the tenements, here a itaments and appurtenances 4hereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Public notice il hereby given tnat, on Mon day, the 23d dayof January, A. D. 1893, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of tbe Court house door of the Couuty of Los An geles, Broadway entrance, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, so 1 the above described property, or so much tnereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder, lor cash, lawful money of the United Sietes. Dated this 30th day of Decemeber, 1892. E. D. GIBSON. Sheriff of Lob Angeles County. By F. C. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff. W. P. Gardiner, alto ney for plaintiff. 12-31 rat 4t BOND INVESTMENT. $100,000 of tbe Pasadena and Mt. Wilson Railway Bonds Are now rf ady for issue, and will bo offered for a short lime to home investors. The6e bonds are secured by a first mortgage, or oeed of trust, bearing SEVEN PER CENT PER ANNUM, interest payable semi annually on the first d,ys 01 January and July of each year, and are iv denominations of $10 0 aud $500 each. Both principal and interest payable in United States gold colu. A soecial adv.int.ge wll be given to the pur chasers of this issue ol boi ds only. Investments can be made for periods of time to suit purchasers, of from six months to fifteen stars. A PERSONAL GUARANTEE, equal 10 that of thebe-t banks, will go to each pur. haser of the first $100,000 of tbese bonds, consequently, all moneys invented as above will be as safe and as suie to be paid at the time aureed upon as If deposited in any sav ings or commercial bank. Inasmuch as ihe greater portion of this road has oeen constructed without the issue of bonds, the above amount ls all that will be nec essary to issue until the road i» sufficiently completed to go into operation for freight aud paß-engcr traffic. ' , Full information can be obUined from the LOS ANGELES HAFE DEPOSIT AND TKCBT COMPANY, and the CITIZENS' BANK. No. 113 South Spring street, Los An geles aud from all tbe banks in Pasadena, viz.: FIRSr NATIONAL BANK, PASADRNA NATIONAL KINK, and BAN GABKIBL VALItY BANK Also from A. R. MET CALFE, Esq., ihe company's legal adviser. First National Bank building, Pasadena, Cal >or prospectus and other information call on or address the Pasadena k Mt. Wilson Railway Co., Main office in Pasadena Grand Opera House block, Pasadena, caUlornla. 12 25 cod lm GRAND OPKRA BODtl. Under the direction of AL. HAYMAN. McLain St Lehman, Managers. tocember 30th and 31st, SATURDAY MATINKK ! Only appearance here of HARRY W. WILUAMs' COMPANY Starring J gB. J. SULLIVAN, LARRY SMITH, THE RUSSELL BKO.-i., in BILL'S BURLESQUE n7«> AR BOOT I VAUDEVILLE. . W Over two toni of special scenery. Beautiful Wardrobe, Latest Songs, graceful Dauolog nItANI) OPKRA HOUSE. VT Under the direction of Al Hatha*. McLain St Lehman, Managers FIVE NIGHTS AND WEDNESDAY MATI NEE, COMMENCING MONDAY JANUARY 2. _____ ' ' o ay D KN II AN THOMPSON'S o •■ CELEBRATED PLAY, THE OLD H O M ESTEAD ! Presented by the same company that pro duced thin play here two seasons ago. OS AXuliLXs THKATKK, H. C. Wtatt, Manager. SUNDAY, JANUARY 1. 1803. Robert und Bertram; OR THE JOLLY ROBBERS! Comic opera in 4 Aots. Given by the EMINENT TENOR, MR. HENRY PFANN, supported by the New York Soubrette EMMA BARTHOLDY. and a strong company. Prices as usual. atW LOS ANGELES THEATER, H. C. Wtatt, Manager TUESDAY, EVENING, JANUARY 3D. ONB NIGHT ONLY COLLEGE CONCERT! BT THK BERKELEY GLEE CLUB UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. College Songs, Solos and Quartettes, Vocal and I ustrumen t *1. REGULAR PRICES. Seats on sale Monday, January 2d, at 9 a. m. rpEMPBKANCB TEMPLE. SUNDAY, JAN. 1, AT 3 O'CLOCC P. M., CAPT. J. L. SKINNER, President of the Los Angeles New Church society, will give A LECTURE ON THE LIFE BEYOND. "WHAT WB KNOW ABOUT IT AND HOW WE KNOW IT." A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL. 3031 OS ANUKLEs DIME MUSEUM. M»ln street, hum Fiiat. McCarthy St Kniffkn, Props. OPEN DAILY FROM 1 TO 10 P.M. SPECIAL LINE OF ATTRACTIONS ! CURIOS From all parts ol the earth. ! STAGE PERFORMANCE EVERY HOUR. ! Ladies and children specially Invited. Sea tlemanl/ ushers in attendance. _s_r-ADMIBBION 10 CENTS. THE PALACE. Corner First and Spring streets. (Family and ladies' entrance on First st.) THK 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 i From 7:30 p.m. to 12 m. The best commerce 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. 12 22 lm ORIGINAL VIENNA BUFFET, Comer Main and Requen i Streets. J. H. KENNED i, Bus. Manager. First appearance on the coast of the charming and glued may- ATKINSON SISTERS - via Song and dance artists, introducing clogs, jlga reelE, etc., etc. Second week and great success of the • MARTIN ES : • . ...I In their funny sketches, and Miss Mar tine in ncr tignt rope dance. A. J. McNIEoB, king of comedians. Great success of MR. BERT NORRIS, the only tenor. Matinee Wednesday afternoon, 11-17 3m EW VIENNA EC FEET. ~] 114 and 116 Court Btreet. F. KERKOW, PaoraiETOß. Family Entrance. Family Departments. FREE, REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT EVERY EVENING. This week: FERANZI SISTERS, MISS PEARL INMAN, MISS LINA CREWS and THE BERTH FAMILY, Miss Marguerite Berth; directress. FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from Ua.n..io 2 p ru„ and from 5 to 7 p.m. A LA CARTE AT ALL HOUIjB. The only place for imported Bavarian beer on draught, aud Berlin Weiss beer; also Ltn»p's Extra i'a.le. *-3 tf MUSICAL. B 1 ~aTuoTbY MlBB B. M. AeTBCRY; 5 AND 6 stringed taught. Studio 51. Take elevator by P. ople's store, Phillips block. 11 12 12m rpHii RAMMERMEYER ORCHEbTRA— JL li is tclass music furnished fur balls, parties , concerts, receptions aud picnics. Violin, man dolin, etc., taught. Room 21, New Willard block, 328W South Spring street, Loj Angelea, Cal. 10-14 ly DYERS AND FINISHERS. tSarI£i3~DYEWORKB: 274 SOUTH MAp 1 street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tl METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241 Franklin street. Fine dyeing and clean ing; 1-13 tt DR. M. 8. JONES, OCULIST AND gtttK aurlst, northeast corner First an d Spring streets, 1017 3m CONTRACTORS AND BDILDEBS. L» ous and asphalt paving. 837 W. Firttst.