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Nicaragua Canal Expenditures a Subject of Debate. The Senate Decides to Investigate Them to Date. Senator Morgan Takes a Whack at the Monroe Doctrine—Tho Anti-Option BUI to Be I'ressed to a Vote Next Week. By the Associated Press. Washington, Jan. 14,—1n the eenate, today, prudential electoral certificates from Oregon and South Dakota were presented and placed on file. Caftory, appointed to the vacancy caused by the death of Gibson of Louis iana, appeartd and took the oath of office. Wolcott of Colorado offered a resolu tion instructing tbe committee on for eign relations to inquire what eums had been expended in and about tbe con struction of the Nicaragua canal Bince the accounts of expenditure heretofore rendered. He remarked that two years ago testimony was taken by the com mittee on foreign relations, which showed that up to that time about $3,000,000 had been expended, but now it was proposed to give the company $6,000,000 in bonds guaranteed by the government. He did not suppose it would be seriously contended that any such expenditures had been made by the company within the last two years, and the purpose of his resolution was to ascertain what the actual expenditures had been. Sherman, chairman of the committee on foreign relations, said he had no ob jection to the resolution. Two years ago. he said, the company had expended $3,000,000. Since then it had expended considerably more, but not as much ac $6,000,000, but the amount actually ex pended waa to. be ascertained by the secretary of the treasury and the secre tary of state, snd the maximum to be turned over to the company in guaran teed bonds was not to exceed $6,000,000. Hoar said congress should see to it, in the conetiuction of the Nicaragua t-anai, that daylight should be con stantly turned on every transaction. The resolution was, at the suggestion of Morgan, laid over till Monday. The resolution offered yesterday by Morgan of Alabama, instructing the committee on commerce to inquire and report ou the advantages to the inter est of the United States that would be afforded by the Nicaragua ship canal, was taken up and Morgan spoke. He said that logically Great Britain had just us much right aa the United States to charter the canal company and take control of it, which it was proposed tbe United states should take. If Coßta Rica and Nicaragua were to tender such an overture to Great Biitain, or if the owners of the concession were to take it to Great Britain and make the tffer which they had made to congress, and if Great Britain ehould accept the United States would have one paltry plea—he would not call it paltry—one emasculated plea, and that was the tattered and torn and dirty Monroe doctrine which the senate of the United States had succeeded in kicking literally into doll rage. Sherman asked Morgan to notice the objection made in some quartera that the owners of $12,000,000 of stock of the company would have undue influence in tbe management of the corporation. Morgan replied that in the pending bill tbe power of the government was re served in the cootroi of the operation of the company. The government was to own $80,500,000 of the $100,000,000 of stock, and would therefore have control so far ac the direction of tbe company is concerned. Speaking of the provision of the bill for 10 government directors out of 15, Morgan eaid if tbe French government had had its own directoiß in tbe Panama canal company the robberies which had created a crisis which bad disgraced and nearly destroyed the French republic would not have been perpetrated, and that the mire of fraud and corruption and villainy which was now shocking the eenß.bilitiea of that great and noble people wculd have been avoided. Al the conclusion of Morgan's speech, tbe anti-opt'ou bill came up as a special order, but. Wolcott of Colorado moved lo proceed (Q crnsideration of the first !> '! DB I lie i-alt-i dar. Washburn dctnaLded the yeas and nays and the result showed that a quorum was not votinz. A motion to adjourn waa alao defeated. The roll was called and more than a quorum re sponded. Sheiman asked unanimous consent to have a vote on the anti-option bill taken on Wednesday. Wolcott ob jected, stimulated, however, by a hint from Sherman that the measure was blocking up all important business. Washburn gave notice that be would aek the senate to remain in session next Wtdnesdfiy until a final vote on the anti-option hill was reached. After a brief executive session the senate adjourned. HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. An Appropriation for tbe Purchase of the Cherokee Outlet Passed. Washington, Jan. 14.—1n the house, today, Delegate Came of Utah intro duced a bill to enable tbe people of tbe territory he represents to form a consti tution and state government, and be admitted into the union as a state. The boiiHP, after considering the bill Ui promote the efficiency of the militia, fur a time, laid it aside without action, and proceeded to consideration of meas ures called up by the committSe on Indian affuirs. The first bill called up was one appro priating $8,595 000 to ratify and confirm the agreement with the Cherokee na tion, which provided for the cession by the Cherokee Indians of the Cherokee outlet, which contains about 8,000,000 acre?. An amendment was adopted allowing tbn B< vernment six years in which to pay tho money and in the meant'me pay 5 per cent interest. Oa iuot:o:i of Batler of lowa an amendment was adopted, providing that no person who owns 80 acres of land or who owns real estate in any city or town, the aggregate value of whicn ex ceeds $2000, shall enter any land opened to settlement. Tbe original bill made the restriction apply to owners of 160 acres. After further discussion and the adoption of some minor amendments tbe bill was passed and the houee ad j urned. The testimonials which tha mall brings In every day run nu»: "Dr. Bull's Cough syrup car.d the baby of croup." "It cured ms of a most dis'.ressiatr cougn;" or. "It cured my little boy of ;ore thioat." 'We cculd not do w! houtit." LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1893. CHURCH NOTICES. S~~T. Fifth and Sixth streets. The Rev. Geo F. Bugbee, rector. Services at lit, m and 730 ; p m. larlytcommunton at 7a. m. The Key. i George William Douglas, D. D„ late rector of ' St. John's church, Washington. D C, will preach at the morning service. The Rt. Rev. ] Wm. F. Nlcho.s, I). !>.. will administer the right of confirmation at the evening service, t-'unday school at 9:45 a. m. St. Andrew's Mtßkion Sunday school. West End hall, Temple street, 3 p.m. All welcome. ' ENGLIH Lr/THKRAN CHURCH. CORNER j Eighth and Flower streets. Preaching in , the morning at 11 a. nr., and In the evening at 7:30 p.m. Subject ot morning sermon: Na- | tnre of the Atonement. Evenlrg sermon, Is | Christ Divine, ptrangers welcome. 17IRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CORNER Second street and Broadway—Preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30 r. m. °y pastor. Sunday I school at 9:30 am. Y. P. 8. C. E. 0:20 ! p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:45 p.m. Strangers cot iially Invited. 1 /-IHUP< II OF THE NKW KRA —THE HR3T put ,c meeting oi the Church oi the New Era wil, bo held toiay at ihe Los Angeles thea ter at 2:30 p. m. Proi. W. O. Bowman, an able 1 and eloquent speaker, will neliver the address Mis, Grade Walker, who has remarkable vocal powers, will sing on the occasion. All seats Ire*. _____ CHRIST CHURCH, EPISCOPAL— CORNER Flower and Pico streets; Alired 8. Clark, rector; residence, 1516 South Flower street. Sunday serviced, 11 am. and 7:30 p.m. Holy communion first and third Sundays of the montb. Bunday school, 9 45 am. Litany ser vice Wednesdays and Fridays, 10:30 a.m. Ser vices on saint and holy days, 10:30 a m. Seats iree. Strangers are cord:ally invited to all ser vices. Electric cars to Pico Heights or Univer sity station pass the church; Grand aye cable cars pars two short blocks east, and Spring and Washington street horse cars one block west of church. Your card left with any ef the church officers will insure a call from the rector OT. JOHN'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL) COR- Oner Adams and Figueroa sts—Celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 8 a.m. Morning service and sermon at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 3. p.m. Full choral evensong and sermon at 7:iO pm. Churchmen visiting Los Angeles are cordially invited to St. John's. Take Grand avenue cable to Adams street, and walk one block west to Figueroa. Seats free. Vested choir. Key. B. W. R. Tayler, Rector. HE PEOPLE'S CHURCH, ILLINOIS HALL— Bey. J. H. Phillips pastor. Homing subject. The Transmutation oi Evil. Evening Bulj'Ct, Pay as You Go. Fine music by the new choir. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Weicnme to all. CHURCH OF THE UNITY, CORNER HILL and Third streets, Key. J. S. 'lhomson, pastor. Services Sunday at 11 a. m.; Sabbath school, 9:30 a. rs. Subject Sunday morning: The Miracles of Christ. Sunday eveniup, 7:30, lecture, How to Study Christ's Life, by Key. A. P. Stout, a member of the Christian church. IMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, corner Tenth and Pearl. The paßtor, Key. W. J. Chichester, D. P., will preath at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m Y. P. C. E. at 0:30 p. m. Everybody welcome. ONGKESS or- THa-'KEKS-PnOF. W. M. Lockwood will speak at Forresters' Hall Sunday at 2:30 p. m. nron Mental structure. Question, "is the mied impressed, or Is it the result of impressions?" Lecture illustrated. At 7:30 p.m.: From Materialism to a Knowl edge of C< niluued Existence Through the In vestigation of Natural Principles. Evening lecture cmi ellished with excellent mu-.ic by Proi. Lowinsky. Admtttanca 10 cts. HIRITUAI MEETINGS tVKRY SUNDAY, Grand Opera House hall, 110 Sonth Main i.t. Ccnlereate at 2:30 p. m., opened by Har riet N. Read, celebrate d medium of New York, with some of her mediumis'ic experiences, At 7:30 p. m. M-s Read and Prof M. ('. Gee, test menium c f 3an rrancisco, occupy -o trum, giv ing short leciu/e aud psychometric tests. Ad mission 10 cents. FOR RENT—HOUSES. I f|>Oß KENT—B ROOM HOt'SE. NO. 2912 8 Flower street; key next door; $27 per ruontli. 1-15 3t J't'OK RENT—NICE COTTAGE. 5 ROOMS, 1 close in, cloice condition, W. 8. D&VAN, 211 West First. . 114 »t ISOB BENT—SIX ROOM FLAT, CORNER f klglith and Grand avenue. 1-13 3t I~jH)R RENT—A~"FLAT IF SEVEN LARGE . sunny rooms, ver } desirub.e. lr.quire 115 S.Olive st. 1 9 81 TOR RENT—SIX-ROOM MODERN HOME; V bath; barn. 110 B uih Broadway. 12 24 ti tpOK RENT.—HOUSES ALL OVER TEE CIT i" 1 C. A. Sumner & Co., 107 S. Broadway 4 12 FOR RENT—ROOMS. I~?OR RENT—THREE FURMSHKU ROOMS 1 fur housek. ei-lng. or fir three yot.ng men, at 521 Mary s'„ for $10 per month. 1-15 2t FOR KKNT—MISCELLANEOUS. OF -lt> ACK£3 IN BA yonue; bouse in SantaMonlca: railroad swii. bat Klgnth and A'aroecia sts. Inq'iiie D. M. M'GARRY 1624 K. Eighth rt. 1-15 It EXCURSIONS. riNE DAY SAVED BY TAKING ' K.f 8 .uta re's excursions to Kan tasCity. tt Louis, Chicago, New \ 01k and Boston. Leave >os Angeles every Wednesdcy; personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston; fr.mlly tuuri't s eepers to Kansas City and Chicago daily; low rates and quickest time. Office 129 N. Spring St. lyr REAT CaNiKAL ROUTE EXCURSIONS. Kxperienced conductors: through from Los Angeleu to Boston; 01115 six days to Sew Yurk or Boston; tourist ears. F. E. SHEARER, man ager. Office, 229 South Spring st , Los Angeles. 10-10 Om "j C. JULibON & CO.'S KXX'll JifclONS lt.x.il (J • every Wednesday via Bait Lake City aac Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Bostoc ■y icegercharte. Office, 212 8, Serins st ■ 6rl tt I?HiU.irs KXOUR=iONS VIA DKNVERaNI; Kio Grande railway and *Jie Great Ruci 'inland routi leave Lcs Angeles every Tuesday. Personal'v conducted through to Chicago aac Boston. Ottco, No. liiS South Spring St. IU -O:.OLUI.rj TOURS—HUGH B, RICM, SPX clal agent Oceanic 8. S. Co. Office: 124 vy. Second 8t; I'.O, Box 679, 12-4 M MUSICAL. L~ and Art: open all the year. MR6. KMILY J. VALENTINE, precident. corner Broadway aud Fifih street. 8-14 ly ANJO, BY MIsS E. M. AcTBURY; 5 AND 6 stringed taught. Studio 51. Take elevator by People'" store, Phillips block. 11 12 12m FprTi KAMMttKMKYKK ORCHESTRA— 1 first-class music iuruished lor balls, parties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin, man dolin, etc., taught. Room 21, New willard block, 328U South Spring street. Liv Angeles, Cal. 10-14 ly ATTORNEYS. A. W. HDTTON. OLIN WKLLBOBN. WELLBORN & HTITTON, ATTOK.iKYS-AT law. Rooms 88, B«!,» and 89 Temple block, Los Angeles, Cal. 1-4 3m JAY St. HUNTH.K ATIORNJIY •AT - LAW- Bryson-Bouenrake block. Telechone 623. Practice in aU the courts, state and federal. 7-1 tf BEN GOODRICH, LAVVYrR, NO. 2 *-A>l building, 125 Temple street, near court house. Telephone 108. 7-6 ti DX. TRABK, ATTORNEY AT LA*, FUL • ton block, 207 New High street, Los An celc-s. 1-16 tf GOLDEN GATE GAS ENGINE. SOMETHING NEW AND H.FHKCTI VJ£ ii< gas or gasolin, engln s—Anyone -it: ttoub c with their gas engine, or contem]>la'. ing putting up a plant o' power, will do well to ca.l and examine Ibe Golden irate Gas, Gaso line or Natural Gas Engine and lee It aud be convinced that it is b-. fa. to most petfeeied engine in tho market today, <te except none. T. M MARTIN, agent. 154-ISS North Los An ... iph t 7-24 >im PTERS AND FINISHERS. PARIBIAN"dYE WORKS; 274 SOUTH MAIN street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 11 METROPOLITAN BTKAM DYE WORKS. 241 r ranklin street. Fine dyeing and clean ing; 1-13 ti ARCHITECT. • Broadway. 8-7 ly BU RGESS J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, EBTAB llshed for the past 10 years iv Los Angeles. Rooms 7 and b (second'floe ), Workman block, Spring St.. between Hecond nnd Third. 3-8 ly WANTED— EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT 1 am manufacturing all kinds ot spring wag ons, bugglAH and carriages at greatly reduced prioes. Blacksmithlng, painting and trim ming done promptly. Leather top buggies from $125 M * 50. RICHARD MOLONY, 323 Aliso street Los Angeles Cal. . SPECIAL MOTIVE. PROPOSALS INVITED PROM SESPONSI bl* business firms to rent lor a term of years a building to be crt cted suitable to the tenant at the southeast corner Los Angeles and Third streets, or to purchase or lease tbe ground, say 00x120 feet Address, in writing, P. FITZWILLIAM. 1123 8. Main St. 110 7t AF. BLOPKR, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICB . 112 Center Place. 1-15 tf OF COUKBJB YOU WILL VIsIT THE World's Columbian Exposition. But do you knew where you will sleep while in Chi cago? A limited number can secure such ac commodations as are desired either at a hlgh piiced hotel, a family dormitory, a private residence or an encampment, by addressing, for lull particulars, RALPH K. HOYT, 53 Dearborn St.. Chicago, 111. 12 31 tf UNTER'B TEXAS TAMALES CAN BE OB talned at the following places: Spring and Second, First and Spring, Junt tlon Temple and Spring, front of (iermania saloon, Main street. Our signs indicate our address, 618 Bellevue avenue. Don't be imposed upon by imitators. Buy the genuine article at tbe above locations. We are the originators of the genuine Texas ta males in Los Angeles. 12-14 6m YPEWRITKRS FOR SALE Oft RENT; terms easy; Paper, Carbon, Ribbons, etc. LONGLEY £ WAGNER, First and Spring. 11 24 tf NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER Company will strictly enforce tbe following rule: The honrs for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 and 8 o clock p.m. For * violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before water will bo turned on again s-17 if SOCIETY NOTICES. lodges of the Order of Knights of Pythias in this city hold regular conventions as below. All resident and vUitlng Knights cordially welcomed. JAM SON NO. 148—700 Downey aye. (E. Los An gcles), Monday evening, J. K. Carson, C. C. AT PYTHIAN CASTLE, S. BPRING ST. GAUNTLET NO. 129-Monday evening, J. J. Choate C. C. TRICOLOR NO. 96-Tuesday evening, George B. Shaffer, C. C. LA FRATERNITE —Wednesaay evennig, I. Anxlonnette, C. C. OLIVE NO. 26—Thursday evening, Charles Stansbury.C. C. MARATHON NO. 182J—Friday evening, G. S. Adolph, C. C, BUREAU OF RELIEF—Every second and fourth Wednesday. t Work in third. WANTED—HELP. PErTY. HUMMEL & CO., EMPLOYMENT agents, successors to Martin & Co. and Pet ty ie Hummel. Hotel and house-help depart ment, 131 to 135 West First street, telephone 509; m i ll and miscellaneous department, 207 West Second street, telephone 40, Los Angeles, Cal. Carefully selected help of all kiuas promptly furnished. TIT ANTED-SALEbLADIE-.; ONLY- EXPK TT rienctd ones need apply Call In the fore noon at MBYBERG BROS, 133-140 142 S. Main. 1-15 ll TTTANTED—FIRST CLAS-r, EXPERIENCED TV help at Mrs. H. C. L. Smltn's dressmaking parlors. Potomac block, room 97. 1 15 2t \XT ANTED—LADIES AND YOUNG MEN TO tt take our work st their own homes; work forwarded by mail, and we pay good prices; sx perience not necessarj; no canvassing. Ad dress for particulars STANDARD MANsTFAC TURING COMPANY, lock box 107; South Farmlngham, Mass. Inclose Btampß. 1-12 lot VI7ANTBD — A BUTCHER FOR ORDER TT wagon. Apply 1820 SoutnMain st. 1 124t V\7ANTKD— ALL NEEDING HELP FREE— TV Employment or any information, address E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880» Office, 319H; South Spring street; residence, 451 South Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ariste les, Cal. Telephone 113. 8-16 tf WANTED—SITUATIONS^_^^ \I7ANTKD-BY A YOUNG WIDOW LADY, A TT situation as a housekeeper. Addr,ss X.B. W„ this office. 1-14 2t WANTED— BY CAPABLE AND REFINED woman, situation as housekeeper, city or country. Address M. E , this office. 1-14 3t \\7 A.nTED- -ALL KINDS OF FAMILY SEW- T T ing to do, at room 13, No. 412 S. Hopo st 1 10 tf WANTED—AGENTS. \xt N~ON TT the Pacific roast for an article that will readily be disposed of. No capital required. No stamp neces-ary for rep!;. You cau attend to >our other business in addition. Aodress AGENTS, box 60, Herald office. 1-8-tf aj-TOs)s PER DAY AT HOMF, SELLING 3PO Lightning Plaster and plating jewelry, watches, tableware, eic. Plates tbe finest of jewelry good as new, onfall kinds of metal with gold, slyer or nickel. No experience. No cap ital. Jtvery bouse has goods needing plating. H. K. DELNO & CO., Columbus, O. 1-8-sun 12t ANTED—SALARY OR COMMISSION TO agents to handle tbe Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Tbe most useful and novel invention of the age. Erases ink thoroughly in two seconds. Works like in a* in 200 to 500 per cent profit Agents making $'0 per week. We also want a general agent to take charge oi territory, and appoint sub agents. A rare chance to make money. Write for terms and sample of erasing. MONROE ERASER MAN UFA(TLRI>G COMPANY, X 315, laCroFse, Wis. 111 m WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. YOUNG MAN FROM THE EAST WOULD like a boarding place in private family. Address, giving terms, etc., BOARD, box 60, this office. It BUSINESS CHANCES. Hywi-A CHOICE BUSINESS OPPORTU fIPOUv nity for a lady, paying a net profit of *i 25 per montb. Apply immediately as it must be sold Price, $500. CUDDY it STOCGHT.iN, 141 8. Broadway. 1-15 3t ffiQOK— THE BEST PAYINGS LODGING «P J-aj house in tbe city ;".newly furnished and well filled; owner unexpectedly called east; half cash, balance monthly: price, $925; a Btap. CUDDY & BTOUGHTON, 141 South Broadway. 1-14 3t d_ 1 OAA—DAIRY BUSINESS WITH 11 COWS, qpIZUU horses, wagons and all necessaiy utensils; 8. W. part of the city, with cash trade Worth $225 per montb; must be Bold today: nrlce, $1200. CUDDY AS'IOUGHTON, 1418. Broadway. 1-14 3t \ AAA—A SALOON IN THE CITY DOING qplUvU nice business; rent low and location good; owner now engaged in the wholesale trade. CUDDY i STOCGHTON, 141 s. Brosd way. 1-14 3t sii fCJVr—A NICELY LOCATED COUNTRY vl.Jvv grocery store, well filled and very low rent: near the city and in rich neighborhood; has the postofflce in the building and Is the only store in tbe place; paying $10 per day cle-r profit; sickness cause of selling. CUDDY ifesTOCBHtON, 141 8. Broadway. 1-14 3t ANTED—A PARTNER WITH CAPITAL to manufacture recently patented brass goods. A standard article that eclipses all others in the ma-ket. Trade established and large orders beaked. Investigate this and you will learn of a safe aud splendid opening for success and profit. Call or address ROOM 3, I*5J4 8. Spring street. 1-11 7t OTICE—THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND stock of the Loa Angeles Clothing com pany, No. 141 North Main street, oppesite Western Union telegraph office, is for safe at 75 cents on the dollar. For particulars, inquire on premises. A rare chance to get into buai ness. Part payment only required. Call im mediately. 1-9 lm IfOR SALE-RESTAURANT; FINS LOCA -1 tlon; large trade; good business opening; principals only, and to them we cau show first class openinr. BENE. WARD, CLAY A CO., 138 South spring street. 1-8 lm NE OF THE FINEST PAYINO BUSINESSES in one of southern California's most nourishing towns is for sale. Must be disposed of before March Ist; a full investigation so licited. Business ia that of a general store. Doing a fine trade; good reasons giv,n for dis posing of same. AddreßJ COUNTRY STORE, iiox 3u, this office. l-B tf FOUND. TjNOUND-ON 3ANTA BARBARA TRAIN £} Thursday, afternoan Jan. I2th, valuables, which ear. be had by identifying and apply ing to Very Rev. J. Adam at Cathedral, Los An gel es. 114 fit LOST — LAD >'8 WATCH. WEDNESDAY evening, on Broadway or Hill st., between Seventh and Second sts. a lady's solid gold case watch and chain; latter handmade; Elgin movement; bunch of flowers painted on inside of case, and initials, A. L. P., on outside, num ber of case, 41,417. Leave at Evening Expreea office and receive reward. l-6tf physicians. SH. BOYNTON, M. D., DISEASES • children. Office and residence, 835 8. Olive st. Office boars, 10 to 12 a. m.,2104 p m. Telephone 874. iq.q t' CHIROPODISTS. MISS 0. STAFFER, PROFESSIOnTI~ChT ropodist. 211 West First street, opposite Nadeau hotel, rooms 5 and tt, 12- 24 tf BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. C'IOUUV/10 rooms, bath, closets, gas and every modern convenience; large barn and ■table; large lot on the cable car line; all fully and beautifully furnished: all complete. Price, 813,000. CUDDY & BTOUGHTON, 141 S. Broadway. 1-15 3t 4efinrift- HOUBJt 0F 9 ROOMS, BATH, 3pDUI"J closets, gas, hot and cold water: large lot 60 feet front; large stable and drive way; on the electric car line. Price, $11000; Ssrt cash. CUDDY & BTOUGHTON, 141 8. roadway. 1-15 3t r-ROOM HARD-FINISHED NEW HOU E IN (/walking distance of business center; only thro 1 or four blocks from electric cars; pi ice. $1350; $100 down, balance S2O per month! W. B. AKEY, 118 S. Broadway. N INSTALLMENTS —5-BOOM RUSTIC COT tage; tarn, nice well and tank; near elec tric cais; only $800; $iOO down, balance $15 per mouth. W. B. AKEY, 118 8. Broadway. 5 -ROOM HARD FINISHED, NICELY PECO rated bouse and nice lot; shrnberry; is on graded street, close in; price, $1100; $4"0 dowa, balance in payments or monthly InstsL meats. W. B. AKEY. 118 8. Brosdwsy. ICE CORNER LOT 3 WITH HARD FlN~ ished house in Boyle Heights; only three blocks from cable road; price, $600, cash. W. B. AKEY, 118 8. Broadway. HY PAY RENT WHEN YOU CAN BoYa nice lot close In, near the electric cars from $250 to $100; $15 down, balance month ly; no interest. W. A. AKEY, 118 8. Broadway VJiO U BALK-TWO VALUABLE RESIDENCES; P both bought in on foreclosure and offered for debt snd costs; one in Los Angeles, $16 000, worth $25,000 cash; one in Pasadena, build ings erected five years ago at cost of $35,000 for house alonf. Commission to any agent sell ing this propelty. GORDON & LONG, attorneys, Bryson Bonebrake block. 12-8- wed irl sun tf JJiOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN— A GOCD R«S 1 ldcnce in a very desirable part of the city; this is a rare chance; must be sold: extra in ducemot ts Addresß R, box 70, thisoflke l-14tf IflOR SALE —A LOVKIY 10-ROOM HOUSE ' .and, lot 50x150, ciose In; every modern improvement; cement walks: on car life; $11000, terms to suit; a good buy. Address B. E. W., box 20, this office. 1-14 tf |.X>R BALE—A $iOOO LOT ON PICO 8T , I way Inside the city limits; onlysssocash; electric road when started will double tbe value of this lot. Address B. E. W., box 20, this of flce, 114 tf IriOK SALE—HOU-E ON HOME ST., ONE ' block noith of Ellis college; 5 rooms.hard finish, pantry, closets, etc.; also good lion c and lot ou Philadelphia st, Want cash offer for either of i. l ove. Address BARGAIN, box 40, this office. 1-14 tf T7IOR SALE—A NEAT NEW 5-ROOM COT -1 tage, with bathroom, closets, etc.; nice lot: only three minutes' walk from Arcade depot; price low and terms easy; just tbe thing for a railroadman. Address W L. P., tox 5U5, city. 1 14tf CH)B SALE — FIR-.T CLASS LOCALITY"; V handsome one and one-half story cottage; eight rooms, marble mantels and grates, hot aud cold water; boiler in kit- ben, etc., etc. We offer this very desirable residence, in tho midst of handsome Improvements, for the ex traordinary low price of $3650 cash. Address, W. L. P., Box 560,c1ty. 1-14 "tf OR BALK—ONE OF THE MOST VALUABLE corner business lo!s in the city. I offer for sale,' at a very low price, most d- sirable lot ir the citj; a bargain. Address, W. L. P„ Box 565, city. 1-14 ti —FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—II- I iJXJV room house, 1026 South Olive street, all modern Improvements; place ulcelv grown up; near electric and cable railroad' parties going east. 1-14 2t ITiOR SALE—SI32S—A NKW FIVE-BOOM house on McGarry street, near Ninth and Alameda; monthly payments, $15. ALLISON BaRLOW, 227 West Second Btreet. 1-12 tf FOR SALE-HOUSES FOR SALE, MONTHLY payments, ALLIBON BARLOW, 227 West second st. 11-12 tf IjiOß BALK-SSOOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK JC on Second st,: 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy terms. See OWNER, room 78, Temple block. , 11-3-tf FOR SALE—COUNTRY PROPERTY. fife £o\)\J ing fruit trees, with good house and othjr buildings; perfect water right; ia the towb of 81ml, Ventura county. We will ex change for Lr,s Angeles city i.ropertv Price, $25l)0. CUDDY 4 STOUGHTON, 1418. Broad war 115 3t n, VACRE?. 3 MILB3 SOUTH OF CITY? WITH WJ flowing well, house and barn end about 3 mil sof fencing; gotd alfalfa laud: t-.t one thiai the price of adjoining property. G. C. EDsVaRDS, 230 W. First St. 1-15 5t RELINQUISHMENT GOVERNMENT CLAIM of 160 acres, only 15 miles from city; plenty ot water; only three miles from railroad; will sell or exchange. W. B. AKEY, 118 S. Broadway. FOR SALE—2O ACRES AT GARDffNA, ALL in full bearing peaches; good 6-rcom house, etc. Price, $1000. Address BUYER, box 10, Herald office. 114tf |?OR RALE-400 ACRE 4 LAND NEAR RE- X 1 dondoeeaeh; good level land; sandy loam coll; fine laud for all deciduous fruits and grain. A bargain; $50 per acre. Address ACHES, box 20, this office. l-14tf |J>OR BALK—22 ACRES, 54 MILK OUTsIDE X 1 city limits of Pasadena: good water right and water piped ou land. This is fine orange land aud only $300 per acre. Addreis WATE ,\, box 40, this office. l-14tf IjUIR SALE—IN *KRN COUNTY, FOR PUR ' poses of colonization, 3842 44-100 acres of as good land as can be found in Kern county; no fancy prices. In all there is about six fac tions, three of which join each other. Like other acreage, all that Is necessary is develop ment to make this land rank with some of the best in Southern California, also In Tulare county. 1 can offer 5456 70-100 acreß of some of the b st land in said counlv; some parts of this lsnd have already been sold as high as $50 per acre. It Is In the artesian bolt section, and lor purposes of colonisation no better land can be found. This land Is all contiguous to the 8. P. B. R , and is offered on the most favorable terms and at a low price to party or parties taking it all. or will offer It In section lots at equally low figures. For location, price, terms, etc., address OWNER, box 30. Herald office. 1 14 tf 1,-iOR BALE—HALF-ACRE LOTS FOR SALE. V We offer half-acre lots adjoining the city at a very low price. Each one will support a family by planting berries. Address W. L. P., box 565, city. tf I.iOR BALE—3OO,OOO ACRES OF CHOICE 1 land In the great raisin belt of Kern coun ty; the safest Investment in California. Ad dress BORAX, box 70, this office. 1 14 tf WR SALE—I 2 ACRES tiF THE BEST land in Los Angeles county: close to city limits: on the main drive to Pasadena; very great bargain. Address W. L. P., box 565, city. 1 14 tf IjiOß BALif —$90—TWENTY ACRES OF LAND r 10 miles out; surrounded by fine orchards: worth $160 an acre: one year's crop will pay lor the land; houße rent tree. C. J. PECKH AM, 1 1214 South Broadway. 1-13 6t IjlOR SALE—TWO ACREB WITH HARD ' Mulshed house of four rooms and kltchm; windmill and tank-house; barn for five horses; all fenced; plenty of water; situated near city limits Apply to 116 East First street up stairs. 12-23 tf BARGAIN TO CLOSE UP AN ESTATE; choice land, 116 acres; whole or In parcels to suit; soil adapted for lemons, walnuts, olives, prunes; all kinds of deciduous fruits, corn, beans, etc.; water in about 15 feet from surface. Must be sold, Before purchasing else where, for full particulars, call at JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, txecutor, 208 West First btreet. 12-18 tf FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS. as aood as new, one-horse power. FRANZ SCHWEITZER. Bauta Anita Winery, Santa Anita, Baldwin's ranch. 1-15 If IfOR SALE —A RELIABLE FAMILY HOUSE, < 6 years old, suitable forladv; also good phaeton and harness; price $200. Call at 431J< 8. Spring Bt, room 20. 1-15 It li>Oß SALE—AN INVALID'S WHEEL CHAIR. 1 Price, $20. 305 Well at., E. L. A. 1-15 2t tv IfOR SALE—SO MILK COWS. M'CONNA- X 1 CHIE, 258 South Main Btreet. 1-12 7t I7V.TR SALE—THOROUGHBRED PLYMOUTH 1 chickens and eggs. Call 1227 W. Ninth 110 7t T,X)R SALE —ORGAN, FOR CHURCH OR J 1 parlor; powtrfnl, sweet tone: terfect order; 12 stops. Cost $300. Price $65. E. B. CLARKE, 232 West first Btreet. 12 25-tf iriOß SALE—LARGE FAMILY Hub'SE, SAFE, 1 powerful, sorrel, ISOO pounds; cheap BROADWAY STABLER near Fourth. 12 25 tf I*OB SALE -OLD PAI-JfRS IN QUANTI ? ties to suit, at this oßi'ie. AURIHTB. DB. M. 8. JONES. OCULIST AND JjaScv aurl(-t, northeast corner First an Spring streets. 10-17 8m *^g^ PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. HAZARD &TOWN6END, ROOM 9, DOWNEY block. Tel. 84V. Los Angeles. 11-22 tf FJKRSONAL. MIDDLE-AGED LADY OF GOOD Disposi tion and self supporting only can find a home and husband by a lonely widower of .irlctly temperate an>l moral habits. Address ROBERT, Herald office, 1 IS 2t I )ERBI>NAL—COFFEE FRESH ROASTED ON our Giant coffee roaster; Java and Mocha. 35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c: gran, sugar, 18 lbssl; brown sugar, 21 lbs $1; 6 lbs rolled oats or wheat, 25c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; gerraea, 20e; 3 pkls Btarcb, 25c: 5 lbs good tea. $1; mince meat, 5c lb; currant jelly, 10c lb: 5 lbs raslns, 25c; 3 lbs apricots, 23c: bacon, 15c; coal oil, 80c; brooms, 20c. "ECONOMIC" STORES, 305 S. Spring. THE RAFFLE FOR THE CRAZY QUILT and pillow now on exhibition at Gr-ien wald's cigar Btore will take place Baturlay night, February 18th, at 8 o'clock. 1 11 5t I)ROF. STEARNS, THE OLDEST ASTROLo" gist iv the state. 127 South Broadway, bet First aud Second. 1-10 lm TNCLE SAM WINE CELLARS.- E. FLRUR J Wholesale and retail. Sonoma and Napa dry and sweet wines. Brandies, whiskys. 1-6 PERSONAL— RALPHS BROS —GOLD BAR Flour, $1.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar, 20 lbs $1: granulated sugar, 18 lbs $1; white sugar, 18 lbs $1: 5 boxes snrdsces, 25c; 3 csns fruit, 50c; 50 bars soap, ?1; eastern gasoline, 80c, and coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 15c; lard, 101bs,$l.lO; 51bs, 550. 601 South Spring street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN • street, Chicago, 111.; 28 years' experi ence; secrecy; special facilities in several statos; Goodrich on divorce, with laws of all states, in press. 11-16-ly I>> Rs.'tr...L— -v. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER, 1 lia'.j South Broadway. Probate and in solvency law a specialty. Advice free. 7 23 ly PERSONAL— LADIES IF YOU LE3IRK TO make yourself beautiful you can do .-oat a very small expense. It is a preparation that is harmless. Best of recommendations from all parts of the country. I will be in Lob Angeles only a short time. Will call and see you. Ad dress, MME. A. A. LORRAINE, Postofflce box 665, city. l-7tf TTENTION, LADIES!—"EMMA" BUST DK veloper will enlarge your b.,st 5 ln"hes. Guaranteed. Sealed Instructions 2c. or 24 page Illustrated catalogue 6c. by mail. EMMA Tol- LKT BAZAR,Boston, Mass. 1-8-sun 13t TO THE LADIES OF LOS ANGELES: I will only be in this city a short time. No advarrco money. No Icj desired unless you are perfeetlv satisfied. Address MME. ROULET, box 20, Herald office. 1-8-tf if>Oß LADIES ONLY—THE PROPHYLACTIC 1 Compound is the greatest medical dlsoov ery of the age. Absolutely sure and safe. Every bottle guaranteed. Write to the Prophylactio 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 tho preparation can be obtained from all druggists. F. W. BRA.UN & CO., distributing agents for South ern call fornla. 7-16 _FOR EXCjTXANGE. FOR EXCHANGE—FOR EASTERV PROP eny and for cash, 20 acres to furl bearing orange and walnut orchards; fine crop now on the trees; located near tbe city. W. B. AKEY, 118 8. Broadway F~ jVDR if XCHANGE—2OO ACRES FINE LEVEL fruit land near Ontario: 640 acres foot-hill land In San Luis Obispo county. POINDEX TER & : IST, 127 W. Second. 12-20 lm IpCR EXCHANGE—AN UPRIGHT FISHER piano (Berlin make) nearly new, for a good horse. Must be gentle and not over five years of age. Address EXCHANGE, box 80, Her ald office. 18 tf IT0& EXCHANGE—A LARGE AND ELE .F gant hotel in thriving town, 'i% acres of grounds. Will take half of purchase price In eastern or California property aud give easy terms of psyment for balance. Address or ap ply to T. 8. KNOLES, Ontario, l?an Bernardino county. 11 tf FINANCIAL. IJACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY In any amounts on all kinds of personal property and collateral security, on pianos with out removal, diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins, bi cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property of value: also on furniture, merchandise, etc., In warehouses; partial payments received, money without delay; private offices for consultation; will call if desired. W. E. DkGROOT, Manager, rooms 2, S and 4, No. 114 3. Bpring st, opposi c Nadoau hotel. 7-29 tf ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO BUIT. AT low rate of interest Security must be first class. Address LOANS, Box OO.thia office 1 Stf OAN3, 7 AND 3 PER CENT. 3RADBHAW BROS., 101 South Broadway. 8-16 6m MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY amount. M. P. SNYDER, 339 South Broaawny. 8-13 6m MONEY TO LOAN ON OOONTRY~TnD city property; lowest rates. W R.BURKE, notary public, 169 North Spring street.B-3 36m MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWHL ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 8. Spring. IF YOU WANT MONKy WITHOUT DELAY, no commission, at prevailing rates of inter est, see security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main st. 3-1 if MONEY TO LOAN. I HAVE $50,000 T0 LOAN ON bTjol3lriTy at low rate of interest. Will loan as a whole or part of the above amount. Address SECURITY, Box 60. this office. 1-8 tf MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK, 426 South Main Btreet. 10 26 tf OINDsXTiR <Si LIST, bROKXRS, 127 W, Second St., loan money on good security at reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If you wish to lend or borrow, caU on us. 8-17 6m ONEY TO LOAN—A. R. FRA3ER if: D, Lanterman, 139 8. Broadway. 8-17 6m EDUCATIONAL. LA. SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (IN •corporated.) New studios, entrance in Chamber cf Commerce. L. E. Garden-Macleod, principal. Pasadena Tuesdays snd Fridays. SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION—FULL COURSE in elocution. For particulars call on or ad dress by mall PROF. JOHN M'CULLOUGH, Potomac block. room 108. Evening classes; take elevator. l-13 lm EACHERB' CLASS Pi. EPA RING FOR county examination. Positions for govern esses and teachers. I'iOH 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 faculty of instructors. Day a d evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Call at college office, or write for elegant catalogue. E. R. SHRADER, President; F. W. KELSEY.Vice-President; L N. INSKEEP, secretary. 8-16 91 tf ABTBURY BHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING and business Institute. Take elevator by People's store, Phillips block. Bend for cata logue. _ 10-1212 m RB. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF Piano, Voice Culture, Guitar and Banjo. ARDMOUR, Broadway and sixth st. 9-24-tl WILLHARTITZ, MUSICAL BTUDIO, . room 37. California Banfe B'ld'g. 8-13 ly HOTELS. stop at la HOTEL BELLEVUE TERRACE, Corner Sixth and Pearl streets. It 1b the only first-class family and tourist hotel in the city, with large beautiful lawns, broad sunny porches, and all large, outside sunny rooms, with open grater l , 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 persons, $17. 25 rooms, $12 per week; 2 persons; $20. Special rates to monthly or permanent people. 11-20 3m MRU. C. W. STEWART, Propr. LEW KIT HOUSE—FURNISHED ROOMS, entirely new, single or en suite, bath roo» s connected; suitable for housekeeping. 116 East First Btreet, New Wilson block. 12-23 tf TTOFFMAN HOTEL—AMERICAN FLAN: 02 J.X outside rooms, superbly furnished; first class In every way; I claim is unexcelled: strangers invited: $1 50 to $2.f,0 per day. T. W. BTROBRIDGE. J^l-18-3m „„^A B .9TKACTB. A"' BBTRACT~AND TITLB INBURANCE COM pany of Los Anrjelep northwest corner of Franklin and New Hieh atraets ml 7 tf BUILDERS. CONRAD SCHERiTrTgRANITE, BITUMIN easand asphalt paving. 227 W. First st. N.i tf MEDIUMS, MRS. PARKER. CLAIRVOYANT—CONSTJL tatIonson business, love, marriage, dls ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take University electric ear to Forrester avenue, go west three blocks to Vine street, second house from corner of Vermont avenue. GRAND OPERA HOITJBeT~ Under the direction of Al Hatmak McLain & Lehman, Manatees. TURbDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17-18. FANNY RICE, And her superb company's presentation of Of fenbach's Operatic Gem, the LITTLE BROOMSELLER ( Miss Rice In the title role), Followed by the successful and refined melange of mirth and music, A JOLLY SURPRISE, For laughing purposes only. Presenting mors novelties, and causing more laughter and mors applause than any other entertainment in ex istence. ATHLETIC PARK, Severn li and Alameda. i SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, JAN. 14-15. I R. A. Cunningham's Genuine Troupe of AUSTRALIAN CANNIBALS BLACK TRACKERS AND BOOMERANG THROWERS In a series of strange, wild, weird performances thatdefy all laws of science and gravitation. Open from 1 to 5 o'clock. Admission, 25c. Children, 10c, F. FROST, Business Mauager, rpURNVEREIN HALL. JUST ONE JOYOUS NIGHT ! SUNDAY, JANUARY 15TH ! THE GRKAT BIG CITY SHOW I TURNER'S KiJGL'SH GIRLS In the sparkling burlesque CLEO P AT"R A! The big biasing sun of the burlesque sky. Autocratic em or ess ot tne vaudeville world. Matchless as the stars. The one better than the best. Twenty love y girls. The only fun In sight. The origin*! bewitching serpentina dance. Four solo dancers. The only big snow coming. Get there, evert if you have to go in a carriage. Reserved seats ou sale at Turnverein hall from 12 till 9. PEOPLE'S AMI'fITrHEATER, Main, near First Street. NEW FtATuRES AT THACTIONB A Popular • smily Resort." GRAND OPENING SATURDAY, JAN. 14th. big show foiTlTttlh; MONEY! A Ring Show, l'resentlcg the PICK OFARENIC TALENT Dsrlng, Intrepid and Agile Acrobats, Aerlallsts, Gymnasts, Jugglers, t'osturers, Balancers, Leapers, Tumli era, Contortionists, Clowns, Comedians, Char acter, Musical and Sketch Artists DANCEIJ9 ANT) VOCALISTS Prices, I Cc and 20c. Two Performances Lially, 2 and 8 p. m. ORIGINAL VIENNA BUFFET, Corner Main ant Requen t Streets. J. H. KENNEDY, Bus. Manager. First appearance of thn world-renowned ser pentine and mirror dancers, HENLEY SISTERS. MR. BILLY FIN LEY, Comedy Boomer. first appearance of the beautiful balladlst, MISS I.MMA BARRETT. First appearance bl the great tenor, MR. JOHN PERRY. Continued success «I .he song bird, NEITA MADDOCK. The gier.t little dancer, MIBB LULU M ARTE LI.. A. J. M'NIECE. That's all. I | | That's enough. Matinee every W> dncsday at 2 o'clock. Look out for next week's bill. 11-17 3m HE PALACE, Corner First and Spring streets. (Family and ladles' entrance en First St.) THE ' VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS Will tender a concert every day from 12 to 1:30 p.m. (during lunch hour); also a j GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING : " From 7:30 p.m. to 12 m. The best commerce 1 lunch In the elty 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 EW VIENNA BUFFET. 114 and 116 Court Itree F. KERKOW, Proprietor. Family Entrance. Family Departments. FREE, REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT EVERY EVENING. This week IMiss Laura Crewe AND _ THE BERTH FAMILY, » Miss Marguerite Berth; directress. FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 an.. 2 p m., and from 5 to 7 p.m. A LA CARTE AT ALL HOUr-8 The only place for imported Bavarian beer on draught, and Berlin Weiss beer; also Lamp's Extra Pale. 4-3 tf DENTISTS. DB7l6l[ii^Bl^ Spring street, rooms 4 and 6. , w'Vv Teeth extracted and filled with- UAAJJ put pain. 7-21 ly 1882—Established—1882. DR. L. W. W ELLS, COR. OF SPRING AND First streets, Wilson block; take elevator. Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth extracted without pain. Room 1. rat tf DAMS BROS , DENTISTS, S. SPRING, bet. Second and Third. Painless filling and extracting, 50c and $1; crowns, $5; set teeth, $6 to »10; established In L. A. city 13 yrs, 12-8 FRANK STEVENS, 324H 8. SPRING ST. Open Sunday and evenings by electric light R. TOLHUR3T, DENTIST, 10SH N. SPRING st., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Painless extracting. PHYSICIANS. 328W South Spring street. 12 22-1 m EORGE H. BEACH, M. T. OFFICE AND residence, 131 North Spring street. Office bours, 8 to 12,1 to 5, 6toBp. m. Telephone 433. 11-3-tf MRS. DR. WELLS —OFFICES N HER brick block, 127 East 1 hlrd street, between Main and Los Angeles; diseases of women, ner vous, rectal, sterility and genito urinary dis eases; also electro therapeutics. Hours, 10 to 4,7 to 8. MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY MlD wlfery. Ladies eared for during confine ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly attended to. Telephone 1119. m2B tl CONTRACTORS. FRANK C. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR. 48 Wilson block. 8-j« i r