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SPECIAL NOTICE!.
AF. H-OPBS. HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE
. 112 0 titer Place. 1-15 U
OF CoUtntK YOU WILL VI IT~THE
World's Columbian Expos tion But do
m v ksow whore you will sleep while ln 1 hi
cauni a limited number can secure such ac
commodations as are defiled either ata hlgh
pticed hoisl, a family dormitory, a private
riaidenceur an cncauipme-m, by add 1 caair>g,
for foil particulars, RALPH E. Ui-YT, S3
Dearooin St., flticago, 111. 12 31 tf
ON'l'ffß's FEXAf i'aMaLBS CaN BE oß
tained at tic following places: t-priitgand
Second, Firtt and spring, Junction Temple and
Spring, front of Geraiaata r-aloon, Main street.
Our signs ladlcitte onr address, 618 Bellevue
avenue. Don't be imposed upon by imitators.
Hoy lite genuine ar iclc at. tbe above locations.
w ( 'ate tbe originators of Ibe genuine Texas
taraalesln Los Angeles. 12-14 tim
rjiYtHWEiTaas for sale ok Kktsr-,
X terms easy: Paper, Cxiboii. Ribbons, etc
LoNGLSf & Flm aiill Bl' lE g.
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGr.LKS CITY WaTBH
Com: any will slrictiy en force the following
rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6
and 8 o'clock am. and O and 8 o clock p.m.
Fora violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a line of $2 will he charged
befcrr. rester will In'-ornod on anairt S ',7 'f
SOCIETY NOTICES.
NTGHTS*7)F~P Mill VaTsIOUB
lodges of the Order of knights of Pythias
lntbjs city hold ragttiar conventions as balow.
All resident and vi.-iting Knights cordially
welcomed.
SAMSON NO. 148-700 Downey aye, (B. Los An
gelos), Monday evening, J. K. Carson, il. C.
AT PYT3IAN CASTLE, 8. SPRING ST.
GAUNTLET NO. 139-Mondsy evening, J. J.
( boats. C. C.
TRICOLOR NO. 98-Tuesday evening, George
B. Shaffer, C. D.
La FRATERNITE—Wedncsasy evennig, I.
Anxionnstte, C. C.
OLiVK NO. 26—Thursday evoning, Charles
istansbury, 0 C.
MARATHON MO. 162)— Friday evening, G. S.
Adoiph.C.C.
BtIhEAU OF RELIEF—Every second snd
fomth Wednffday.
) Work In tnlrd
WANTKI>— HELP.
PETTY, HUMMEL <4 00., KMPI.O f MKNT
agents, successes to Mat tiu & Co. and Pet
ty&Hummu'. Ho:el aurt housc-hulp Ueinrt
tumt, 131 to 100 West First a rent, teio;ihone
609: ra eh and ni:sceilme. v. d> partmtnt, 207
West, Second btreet, telephone 10, Los Ange.es,
Cal. Carefully selected help ol all Itiuds
promptly famished.
ANTED-A FIR3T CLAS3 JOB PIIINTEB
ana presscoi'i, non-union. Apply at once
to Mt.NITOS FKI.NTINU UoMPaNV, British
Columhls. 1 IS 7t \
WANTED— LADIEtJ AND YOUNG MEN~TO
lake our work at. their own homes; work
forwarded by mail, acd we pay good prices; ex
perience not necessar; nt* csnvasslng. Ad
dress tor particulars bTANDAKD MANUFaU
TURING OOMPa,nY, lock box 107 South
janalinfaani, Mass, inclose stamps. 1-12 lot j
TITASTgD-ALL NEEDING HELP FBKE— '
TT Employment or any information, address 1
E. NTTTLNIiKH'S BURUAU, established 1880. 1
Office, oI9S South Spring street; residence, j
4tll Soath Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ange
les.Oal. Tflephor," lis. S-Ki tf
WAKTED—SITUATIONS.
TIT ANTED— SITUATION BY A SWED'SH
TT girl understanding cooking and gtucral
housework; no cmpiotmstiit need opp.y.
Inquire at the Voss House, 3*o North M-iu
stiest. 1-is ;it
TIT ANTED—SITUATION BY AH EXPKfU
TT enccd German girl for general hou>eworg.
Apply at the VO.-S HOUaa,324 North Main
street. 1-10 3t
WAKTED- ALL KINDS OF F>
ing to do, at loom 13, No. 412 ». Hope
st | liotf
WANTED—AOENTB.
TIT AflTE^—
" the PaciSe coast for an article that will
readily be disposed of. No capital required
No stamp neces ary for reply. Yon can attend
to your other business in addition Aodresa
AGEfiTS, box 60, Herald office. 1-8-tf
WA HTED-BALARY OR COMMISSION TO
agents to handle the Patent Chemical
Ink Erasing Pencil. Tb© most useful and novel
Invention oi tne age. Kratea ink thoroughly in
twostcondi. Work. l,ko maaic 300 to 800
per cent profit Agents making $'0 per week.
We also want a general agent to lake charge o
territor., and apt oiut sub agents. A rsre
chance to make money. Writo for terms and
specimen of t rasing MONROE ERASER MAN
JTFaCTCRIKG COMPANY. X 3i5, lacrosse,
Wis. 1 11m
tfiSUll IiISCKII.tSKIIIS.
WANTIb-TC )~
provfd city property. Parties willing o
i? a X, at . B ff cent (gross) please addrcsa SE-
this offloe. 1 - ■ 7 'Jt.
HOUSES.
FOR BINl'-A FLAT CF SEVEN~TaTgK
sonny rooms, vary dcelrab.e. Inquire 115
h. Olive st. 19 8t
FOR KEMT-BIX-ROOM MODEHN~HoIfE;
hath; barn, l:0 a: uih Broadway. 12 24 tf
1,-lOltI ,-lOlt *JiNT.-H0 UBEB ALL OVER THK OUT
0. A. Bnmner A Co., 107 8. Broadway.
,„ 4 12
iIOTBLS.
WBEtj IK "tMt aSG i to
stopatls HOTEL BKLLKVUE TERRACE,
liorntr sixth aud Pearl streets. It is the only
. , * ~mi' y tourist hotel in the city,
with large beautiful lawns, broad sunny
porches, aad all large, outside sunny rooms,
with opsn urates, free laths, and service A 1.
Bates—2s looms, if 7 per week: 2 persons, $14
40 rooms, jsi per week: 2 persons. ijtiß.
35 room-, *lo per week; 2 seraons, .f 17.
Ip rooms, $12 per week; 2 persons. ifio.
special rates to re otnhly or permanent icoolc.
11-20 3n MB-'. 0. W. STEWART, Propr.
Bi-.iWETT UOHBE— ROOMS,
entirety new, B'ncie or en suite, bath roujns
connected; suitab c for housekeeping. 1 0
Bast Fnt street, .\r. w Wilson block. 12 23 If
HOFFMAN HOUSE-AMEBICyTrTpLA~n7h2
outside toomit, supetbly ftlrhis'ie.d; first
cuss m evtiy wiv; l claim ia unexcelled;
" ni '',:"",iuvlie<i; iti.so to $2 50 per nay. T.
W. hlKOHKllitlH;. 11-1-3 m
CARItIAGE WORKS.
am manufacturing all kinds of spring wag
ons, Bugglin and carriages at greatly reduced
pr.ces. Blaeksmithing-, painting aud trlio-
F" ug Jj? cc Promrtiy. Leather top buggies
Utttt *125 to $150. RICHARD MOI.ONY, 323
A,,150 str H f,„a Anrt-iea Cal.
MEHICUS,
MRS. PARKER. t'LAIRVOYANT— OONsfjL.
tationson bnsluu**, love, marriage, dis
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take
University electric oar to sorrcstcr avonnt-, go
we.t tnrto blocks t» Vine street, second hcuse
ftoai uorncr ot Vortnout areune,
BARGAINS IM MAI, ESTATE.
OF
4000 irrnr, une-bal! bad! *nd one-half
needling.: brd* o ,c year, and seedlings three
rears o.d is the sprint; buds Valencia late*
and navel,. Address C. VV. PORIKB, Rivera,
Cal. 1-18 3t
IfiOß SALE—TWO VALTJABLB RESIDENT: ES;
1 both bought in on foreclosure and offered
tor debt ano costs; one in Loa Angeles. $10 000,
worth $25,000 cash; oue tn Pasadena build
ings erected five years ago at cost ot $3\uOO
for rouse alone, t einmisslon to any agent seM
lng this propeity. GORDON Ss ONO, attorneys,
Bryson Bouebiate block. 12-8 wed frl sun tf
S'OR BALfc-*TSOO—A BARGAIN; \i CASH;
lot 50x118; well Improved; store building
x 42, vtlth living rooms; A 1 bugintss loca
tion. On Adam, street, halt block w»st of
Hoover. AddiesaF Baitsky,comer Tobetman
and Adams streets. 117 2t
OR BALK—I HAVE A CI.UNT WHO Ti
compelled to sell three lots in Bast Lis An*
geles at a great sacrifice They fiont ou Han
sen street (giaded) and are within one blot k of
Krjr's sireet cars, a great bargain. Addresi
JAY X HUNTER, Attvrn?y, Bryion-Bonehrake
block. 1-17 tf
IP It BALX-SIOOO-AN ELXOANT HOUSE
'of 10 room.. No. 124 West Iwen y fifth
street. OWN aB, 2803 South Main. 117 tf
1/0R SALE —AT A BARGAIN—-A HOOD R?S-
I idence in a very desirable part of the city,
tbl. is a rare chnnoe; mu"tbe*old: extra i-i
dtwn.-ei.ts Address R, b„x 70, tblsoffl e.l-Utf
HAI.K-AL'iVEIT 10 ROOM nOUsE
ard lot 50.i130. close in; every modern
lint rovement; ci ment walks; on eer It;.;
8/UOOO, terms to suit; a good buy. Address II
it. W., box 20, thia ofllce. 114 tl
FIOR SALE-A * 000 LOT ON PIOO Tf".
w»j in.lde the city limit.; only $550 earn;
el' ctrioroad wl-en -H'tri! will double the valus
of this lit. Aditrcs B. It. VV., box 20, this of
fice. 1 14 11
iMIR SALE-HOC B OK HOME ST., ONB
r block north of Kills college; 8 rooms l ard
llnl-h, panirv, cwn, etc.; also good hove
■.I'll lot ou i'hlladelp: la «', ¥?»nt cash offer
for either of above. Address BARGAIN, box
40, this offlce. 1-14 tf
NEAT NBW B-ROOM COT
' tage, with bathroom, rlnirta, clo.; tike lot:
only three mLiutvs' walk fiom Atoado depot;
price low and terms easy; just tbe thins for a
railroadman. Adores W L. P., box 885, city.
1 '4tf
emir Sale - fir t~class locality;
P handsome oue and one-half story cottage;
eight room-, marble mantels aud grates, hot
and cmd waier; boiler in kit hen, etc., etc.
We offer this very desirable re-id nee, ln ihe
voids', of handsome, Improvements, for tbe ex
treordti.ary low price of $3630 csth. Adoress,
w. i,. p., box sua.our 1-14 v
TJIOR I E M JUT VA LUABrTic
.r corner business los in the city 11 fieri..r
sale, at a very low price, most d airabie lot ir
the city j a bargain. Address, W.L. t„ Box 5U5,
oils 1-14 ti
FOR 841 E-*l.t?."i—A tllW nVEJIOOM
bouse on MoOarry street, iter Ninth snd
Alameca; monthly paimenta, $18. Al, I-on
B iR .oW, ?27 West Second streei. 1-12 if
FOR MONTHLY
payments. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
necoiil st. 11-12 tf
la* Oil SALE-$5OOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK
X" on Second t-t.: 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy
terms Bee OWNER, room 78, Temple block.
11-3-tf
FOR SALE-COUNTRY PROPERTY,
2»<77AcTiiV?.37tt^
V)\J flowing well, house and barn and about 3
mil aof fencing; go- tl alfalfa land; at one
third the price of adjoining property. G. C.
UPWARDS, 211) W. Fust st. 1-15 St
FOR SALE—aTHtTisES AT ALL
in fuil bearing peaches; rood o*ropm
house, e-c. Price. $1000. Address lUIYEB,
box 10, Herald offlce. 1 It tf
IJIOR SALE—4o6~AORK< LAND NIAbTrB
* doudo reach: gcod level laud: sandy loam
soil; fine isnd for all deciduous fruits and
grain. A baigain; $50 per acte. Address
AC ..ES, box 20, thia office. Il4tf
1,1 OR BAI K-23 «CSEB, % MILK OuTM.Tit
1 city limits»l PastWena: good waturright
and water piped on lain Tuts is Hue orange
land and only $310 pir acre. Address WATE
box 4 i. ibis oihce. l-l4tf
PiOtt -AI.K—IN X SKN COUNTY, FOR PUR
poses of colon'zatton, 3842 II 100 acres of
as good land as can be fout.d lv Kern county;
no fancy prict s. In all ihers is about six tec
lions, three of wnich join each other. Lite '
other aereace, all that lb i eces-ary is develop
ment to make this land rank witli some of tbe I
best iv southertt California, also In i v etc i
county. 1 cau offer 5456 76-1 00 acres of some j
nf the b st land in said county; some parts ot I
this land have already been soli as high as $.j0 ■
per arte. It is in the an.-in bolt sic ion, at d '
for purpose* of colonization no betlcr land esn
b'j iound. This land la all cou'i.uous to the
I s. P. R. R., and is offered on the most favors ie
terms ami at a low price to parly or par,ies
taking it all. or will offer it in section los at
equally low figures, ror location, price, terms,
etc , addressOWSEß, box3o. Herald offlce.
ritti
£fOR SALfC—HATiF-AttRE LOTS "FOR SALS.
1 We offer half-acre l-> s adjoining the city
at a very low price. Each oue wilt support a
;f. miiy by planting berries. Address W. L. P.,
| box COO, cfty. 1 14 if
fjIOITsALB-300.000 ACRES OF~CHOIOE
iJ 1 Ind iv the great rslsln beit of Kerncoun
i ty; Ihe salest Inv b ment in 'tahfornla. Ad
dress BORAX, box 70, this office. 1 14 tf
LiOR BALE-12 At RES OF THB BEST
A 1 land in Lo« anroles county: close to city
limits: on tbe main drive to Pasadena: very
great bjrgain. Addriss W. L. P., box 505, clly.
L l4 if
LUiKt-ALk—s3o-rWENTV ACHES OF LAND
JT 10 miles out: surrounded by Hoe orchards;
wotih $160 an acre; om. year's crop will pay
lor the lend: house rent free. C. J. PEI'KHAM,
118)4 South Broadway. 118 6t
i~76R s-ALR—TWO ACRES WITH hAltF
' finished house of four rooms and kit. It. n;
windmill and tank-house; bain ior live hoists;
all fenced; plenty of water: situated near city
limits. Apply to 110 East First street up
stairs, 12-23 tf
BARGAIN TO CLOSE CP AN ESTATE:
choice land, 110 acres; whole or ln psicels
to Miit, soil adapted for lemons, Wilhuts,
olives, prunes: ail kinds of deciduous fruits,
corn, beans, etc.; water ln about 15 feel from
surface. Must he sold, Beforo purchasing else
where, for full particulars, call at JOHN L.
PAVKOVICH, ixeouuir, 208 West First sireet.
I.. Btf
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
oTrsALT£7s7o^^^
Ha lood as new, one-horse power. FRANZ
SCHWKITZEK, rent. Auill Winery, ran a
Anita, Baldwin's ranch. 1-15 tf
F~OK — 8A I.K-50 - tilTilfcoWS. M'CONNA
CHIE, 3 8 eoulh Main street. 1-12 7t
I Tor sale—<>rg an, for cHiibchT"or
1 pallor; powirlul. sweetlone per feci order;
t'2 Blobs, i ost $300. Price $0j E. B.
CLAhKE, 232 West strut street. 12 25-lf
I" f»OR salk—lakge family horsbTsafs,
1 powerful, sorrel, li'OO pou- ds; cheap
BP.iiADWAY BTABLB', near Fourth. 12 25 tf
IjiOß bAi.F— OLD PAPFRB IN QUART!
r ties to ault. at this oltlee,
LOST AMU KOtMl.
I" TE "m~VAVISMSr~V
j turn lo 314 West Third street, and get re
st art. ll
Ct AMIS TO THE PLACE OF JCEPH HIKE*',
) Arroyd Seco, near the gardens, January 14,
one light bay marc, four while feet, wbite face;
branded on left hind hip. Owner can have
same by paying expenses. 118 lot
IjlOtTN 1) -ON S*NT A BARBARA TRAIN,
X 1 Thursday, afternoan Jan. 12m, valuables,
which car. be had by identllylne and apply
ing to Very Rev. J. Adam at Cathedral, I.os Au
seitiL 1 14 51
lOSTI OST —LADY'S WATCH. WEDM! SDAY
j evening, on Broadway or Hill it,, betwe- n
ot.- e-ith and -tpcond sts . a lady's so'id gold tas<*
wat h and chain; lslter hand made; rlsin
movement; btioch nf flowers painted on Irs'di
of case, and Initials a. L. P on outside; n-m
ncr ol case 41,417. Leave at Eveniug K'prns
office and roe i v ,. reward. 1H tf
AItOHITRCT.
• Breadway. $.s/ \ y
BTRG K« J. RitV R7 ARC HITECT EST AB ■
It-bed for Ihepasl 10 yeara In Los Angeles.
Rnttma 7 aijd 8 second Boot), Wiirlrman block.
Bprieg-st. hdwern Senond and Third »2 1y
HOHKOPATBIC I' II VS It' IA MS,
v h. jsTTaTTb'isEisW'oF
kla children. Office aud residence, (85 s.
• ■live St. OlTloo 1 ours, 10 to 12 a. m, 9 to 4
p. m. Tele,.hone -574. 10.9 if
K*C.
HAZARD & TOWMBEND.
Hlook. Tel. 347. Angelea. 11-29 tf
OCUI ISIS AND AURISTB.
D'"b7Tl Ta'TTiv
aurist; northeast correr Flrn andilCwV
Spring streets. 1017 3m BSfei,
LO& AjNGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1», 1898.
WaNIED— MAX WANTEd'wITH $200 TO
join advertiser In a monoroly: tin Fonei.
Addre ■ POSITION, Box, 40, tola offlco. 117 at
OTICt— TH ft~ LKAHB. fTxTURM AND
stock of the Lo* Atittlcs Cloning coin
panv, Mo. 14i r-onh Main strict, opposite
We. tern Union telaraph ofHie, 1> for sale at 75
cents on the dollir. Tor particular*. Inquire
on p.omisea. a rare chauie to get Into bust
oess. Pari psvn- nt i uly requited, " all im
mediately. 10 1"'
Tjltlß BILK— RESTAU KAN T: FIN *1 LOCA
.T lioo; large trade; (tool business opening;
principals only, anil to them wo fan f ttow flrst
tl*ucp«stne. KIM 1. w»| I. CIAY 4 00.,
138 South tprlug street. 18 Ira
OSitoFlrHE "risisT r a ying bu m n esses
ln ono ol roiitliein California's most
flourishing towns U for salt 1 . Mt si be disposed
ot before March Ist; a lull investigation so
licited Hii-lutst Is that of a general store.
Doing a fine trade; vend reasons civ n for dis
posing of same. Aildresi COUNTRY el'tißS,
Hox .to. thi* < Aire. IU "
F KKN <Al.._^_____^^
PSRSONAI,-riXIRVOYANT CARP RFAD
er, room 3, 009* couth Bpilug street in ar
sixth. 1-18 lm
PK R?ONAL~DA Nt E L J. O'KANE, PROFHS
sional nurse, 502 South Eroadway, I. ,s
Ango e>, fc'sl. 'j eiepitoue OiU. l it) 14t
PERSONA la-A WII OWF.R, MIDDLE-AGED;
Kond sddteu; und übud tespe tabtllty;
refotences, and ,ome ni-ans, feellug his ulier
help'easness. i ■ to correspond, wlto a view
to matrimony, wl h a gjod, ktud, Crrl»tlan
dltposlttoued .Itlvle lady or widow i f about
30, one with (Vißcleiit meaua, ad who troo 14
take iteltaht iv proieny loliislitg up .ouie
lovely Children; trletlv eonfitleniial. Aildr. >»
>YLV»*Tltai postorHoe bo» 430, city. 118 4t
IYeRSi.Na ■ H ROAST'D ON
onr Giant coffea roaster; Ja-a and Mocha.
36c Ib; Mountain c ff c, iSo: gran, susar, 18
lbsDU; browu sugar 2 1 Hi.- $1; ti lbs rolled oat*
or wheat, 25c; 4 lbs rice, 25c: germea, 20,';
3 pkis starch, Sao: S loa good lea. SI; mime
meat.fic;b; snrfaailsltr, lJe lb BlMraslßf,
25c; 3 lbs arricms, ssct bacon, lAoj coal ell.
BUC. blO;m», 20c. "ECONOMIC" ,-TURKS, 805
8 Spring,
PtiOf. P.TBARN3, THE - OLDEST ASTROI/l
gist in toe S'.ate. I*7 south Broadway, bet
first and Second. 1 101 m
NtILK SAM WINK CKI.LIRS. E FI.KCR
Wiiolesalo and retail, S moms and Nspa
dry aud swuet wines Brandies, whlskyg. 1-0
E^tSONAL—RALPHS BROS— GOLD BAR
Floor, $1.15: oily flour, 85c; brown sugar,
20 lbs ¥1: granulated sugnv, 18 lbs SI; while
sugar, 18 lb* ft; 5 boxes sardtces, 25c; 3 cane
frul , 50c; 50 bars soup. 11; eastern ttasollue,
80c, and cosl oil, 80c: i lbs corned beef. 15c:
lard, 10 lbs, $1.10; 5 lbs, ooc. 601 South s-pring
street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf
GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEAHII >RN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 28 years' cxperi
euce; Mated!/; special facilities in several
states; Goodrich ou divorce, with laws of all
states, In press. 11-10-ly
I)Rttßiii,,L— *'. W TAYLOR, LAWYER,
I 11 Pomh Broadwny. Probate an I in
solvency law a specialty. Advice free. 7 '33 ly
KIUUUL PBKSONALB.
PERSONAL- LADIES IF~YOU"7 EsiitK TO
rn.,ke youisclf buauiiful you can tin -oat a
very smml expense. It Is a prepar,tion that is
harm,ess. Bait ,1 ret'omino idlliona from all
of the country. I wiil be In Los Angelas
only u■h. rt linie. v\ i 1 cull and st c vnu. Ad
;i, 's. mm;., a, a. Lorraine, i'os;omi!" box
5U3. city. 1 Ttl
T~ o iilifi Ladies of 1/>s angi- lks: i
villi only be in this city v short time, No
advance money. No ie uesncd unless you
aio perie.tly pati'.tlid. A..diets MMli.
ROULEI'. box 20, Herald offlce. 1 8 tf
I.IOR LADIES ONLV-TIIiTI'KOPH V L ACWO
JJ CinnpounJ is tho ereattst medical dlsuov
ery of the age. Absolutely sure and aaie. Every
bottle gnaianteod. Write to the Prophylactic
Compound Company. Fresno, Cal., lor a de
scriptive circular, which contains information
that utuy save yon yeara oi sua't-Ting, and per
haps your life. Circulars and the preparation
can be t,'ititincd from Rll drngpists. F. W.
Bit AUN A CO., distributing agents for Houth
enttatl f orttia. 7 16
FOIt EXCHANGE.
TtiOrT'Xf HI AN' • E—SOoTcß** FI«E LkW - .
i 1 fruk ia ml near Ontitrio: 040 acreH ltiot.ltlll
land iv San Lol's üb,i]i j county. 1' 'INDitX-
I'ERjt I.sT, Vif *. eecofla. 12-20 lm
LICK EXCHANGE—AN Uf'RiUKT FisliEß
fy liiano (net lln ojake) neatly new, ior a good
liorfce. aiuat bo icentle and not over live years
if auo. Adtliess EXCHANGE, box B<>, Her
.ld olHae. . 18 t(
IjiOß EXCIIANUE—A LARGE A Nil KLB
r gaut holcl in thriving town. 2ij rcres of
grounds. Will take half ot purchase price in
rnor Calif orata property a:td glte easy
t, mis of pavm.ut for balance. Adrlr, ss or at •
ply t.i T. 8. JCNoLK-i, Ontar.o, l?an lienotnllno
''■tmtv. ' 1 tf
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONE~V
lv any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and coilateralsecurity, on pianos with
out removal, diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property ol
value; slsoon furniture, merchandise, etc., In
warehouses; partial payments received, money
without delay: private ofiiccu for consultation;
will call if desired. W. K. IIitGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2, 8 and 4, No. 114 8. Spring St., oopual c
NAdecu hotel. 7'iit'tf
ONEY~t6 — LOAN IN SUMS TO SHIT AT
low rate of interest security mttn be llrst
class. Aaures* LOAN.-,, Box OO.thia ofttco. l-stl
ONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY
amount. M. P. SNYDER, 189 South
Broadway. 8-13 Om
M~ ONEY TO LOAN ON COUNtTy~ AND
city property: lowestrat.es. W R.BUP.KK,
notary public, 100 North spring s reut.B-13 t*m
ONEY TO LOAN UN DIAMONDiTjSWBL
ry. watches, pianoi;. sealskins, live stock
carriaKet, bicyclcß and all kinds of personal and
collateral security. LF.E BttoS, 402 8. spring.
I~F YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see reculit7 savings Bank, 148 8. Main st
8-1 •!
MONEY TO LOAN.
at low rale oi iul< rest. Will loan as a
w hole or nail of t tie above amount. Address
SECURITY, Box 00. this office. 1-8 tt
MONEY TO LOAnTjtTmoRTGAGK. MUK
STREET SAVINGS BANE, 420 Sooth
Main street. 10 20 tf
OINDiXTsR & U.-T, BROKERS, 127 W,
Bfcv'Ond st.. loan money on good security at
reasonable rates. Fiirin loans A ipecialiy. If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 8-1, diit
ONEY TO LOAN-A. R FRA3ER"a"fTij;
Lrtntwtnart. 138 ". Hr eilwav S IT "in
PHYSICIANS.
rsTXTjTmoo d y axl> tu TiTiTMom.y,
t-otllh I pr ng Btreet. IB'Sll'lni
/"t >.orge h. beacil M. r. office and
VT *t Miienre. I :>l , It . I-; ti.: stn et I ffliv
hours, 8 to 12, Itjs, ti to Bp. m. Telephone
433. 11-3-tf
MUS. DR. WBIJA-OFFICES X IIF.K
brick block, 127 Fast 1 hurt street,tetween
Main aod Loa Angeles; diseases of women uer
toun, racial, sterilUy aud geuilo-iirtnary dis
eases; aIBO electro therapeutics. Houts.lOto
4,7 10 8.
MRS. DR. Jj n SMITH, BPBCIA'IT Mill
jwifery. ladles tared for during rdfinub
ment at 727 Bellevue aveuue. Calls p'omptly
attended to. Telephone I' 1» ta'i* tf
A'li'to;:. i.i.s.
A W. HUTTON. OI.IN W*I.I,BOK!t~
YITELLBOtIN & Hf'lTON, ATT OK ■ jt YS-AT
TT law. Koorus 88, BSVj and 8!) Temple
block, Los Angeles, Ca'. 1-4 3in
lAV i£. KUNTKii. ATTORNEY •AT - LA -WZ
fj Bryson-Boncniake block. Telepliono 528.
Practice in all the com is, Btate aud federal.
7-1 tt
ED GOODRICH, LAWYER. NO. 12 LArt
building, ISIS Templo streot, near court
boose. Telephone 108. 7(1 tf
X - ATTORNEY AT LAW, KuC
a ton block, 2117 New High street, Loa Ac
geles. 1-18 "
CimtOPODIMTS.
MISS C HT.IPFEK,
fopodlst, 211 West First street, oppmite
Nl.Hea-i hotel, rooms ft mO 0 1 21 it
ABSTKAOTS.
.! I TIT LEINB UK iSilitCvOH
pany of Lou ADsele' .lorthwest corner of
FranV'in nntj Now 'lip-b „iri".is ml7tf
UONTKAOTOBsI AKTLS BLILIJKKH,
CcTnKAD UttASlfß, BIXUMif/
ouaaud asphalt pavlnit 237 W. First ot.
-_ : tf
OON'l 7 irA«.'Cl)"itS^
IftRANK 0. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR, AB
' Wilson block. 8 JM ly
,
LA. SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (IN
acorporated.) New stndt -a. entrance iv
Chauiberof Commtrce. L. E Gardeu-Macleod,
principal. Pasadena Tuesdays and Fridays.
W r 11OOL OF EXPRESSIuN —FULL OOUR4K
0 iv elocution. For particular, call ou or ad
dress by mall PROF. JOHN M'CULLOUGH,
Potomac block, room 108. Evening classes;
take elevator. 1-18 lm
KACHERB' CLASS PiEFARING FOB
connty examination. Positions for govern
esses and teachers. 120H 8. Spring. 12-25 tf
OS ANGkLBS RCSINEBS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated) 144 South Main St.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on tbe coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying, and all English
branches. Large, able, and mature faculty ol
instructors. Lay a- d evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college office, or write lor
elegant catalogue. B. R. sHRAUKR, President;
F. W. KKLBEY,Vice-President; I. N.INSKhBP,
secretary. 8-1(1 91 If
\ 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. Guttar and Banjo.
ARDMOUK, Broadway and sixth St. 9-24-tf
WILLHARTJTZ, MUSICAL STUDIO,
. ronni B7 California Bsna B'l'l'g. 9-13 ly
i r I N E DAY SAVED BY TAKING
isSSfifß*"** Santa Ke's excuitions lo Kan
rT<*-«UvM»sBJ sasCity, et Louis, Chicago, New
York and Bnsmn. 'Leave 'OS Angeles every
Wednesday; personally condncUd through to
1 hlcngo and Boston: family tourist a eepers to
Kansas City and Chicago dally; low rates and
quickest time, offlce 129 N. spring ft. lyr
REAT CENTRAL ROUTE EXCURSIONS.
Kxperlcnoed conductors: Ihrouan from Los
Angelea to Boston; onlj six days lo New York
or boston; tourist cars. F. B. SHEARER, man
ager, offlce, 229 south Spring it , Los Angeles.
10 16 6m
il. JUDSON A CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAS'i
a every Wednosday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston
Manager In charge, Office, 212 8. Spring St.
6-1 tf
IJHILLiyS' EXCURSIONS VIA DKNVBRAND
X Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock
Island route leave Los Augeies every Tuesday.
Personally conducted through to Chlcrgo and
Tlofllrp ''.(tier X',. IJP Qnn'p ffprtng at I*f
DENTISTS.
mclfiQLTuH!* 8.
gpring street, rooms 4 and 5.
'■I*f%)jl%{P Teeth (xtraeted anil filed alto
' iXCr out 7-21-ly
l7f-2 " Es'ablilhed-1882
DR. L. W. WELL , OOK. OF 8 R'NG AND
First streets. Wilson blt.es; tske elevator.
Gold iruwn ana bridge work a specialty; toeth
i xttac ed without paio. Room 1. m 4 tf
TjTrM S KROB.. DKNTIif S. 8. SPRING]
1\ bei second and third. Pamies.itJli gand
extrac ing, 50c anil $1: crowns $>:set tcsth,
$'j to $ 0. ebiabilshtd ln L. A. city 13 yrs. 12 8
ipRANK TtEVKN ~3 >'i^T Srs¥R7KG~ST.
X Open SUMday and evenings by electric light.
DK TTi" 111 U RsT, DtINT(3T, 108><i N BPkTnG
st r oit's ;', o and 7. r-lul'-'B oxtraciiou.
MUSICAL.
LOS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUsKJ
and Art: open all the Tear. MRS.
sMILY J. VAI ENTINB. pretldent. corner
BroHdway aud Fifth street. 8-14 ly
ANJO, BY MIeH E. M. ArTBURY; 8 AND
G stringed taught Studio 81. Tske elevator
by !'. ople'- store. Phillips bock. 11 12 12m
fit BE KAMMKRMEYEII ORCHESTRA—
X lir-t olitis music Jurulshed for balls, parties,
concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin, man
dolin, etc , taught. Room 21. New Willard
block, 32SV. South Bprlng street. Lot Angeles,
Cal. 10-14 ly
CtllDlEf O OAS KM! IN. .
c fTecti vk"7n
O or gasollue engines—Anyone having
iicuElH Willi iheii gas engine, or conteeaplal
log puttlug up a plant of power, will d i well
to call aud ex mine the Golden (tile Gas, Gaso
line or r-atural Gai Kngiuo aud ae - ' it and bu
convinced that it :a by iar the most perfected
eugiuciti th* marke: today, we. excont none.
T. M. MARTIN, agent, 151-155 North i.os An
ge'oß street / 24 tim
DYKItS AND FINISIIICI-.8.
str.et. Be-t dyeing lv Hut city. 1-13 If
M~
Franklin street. Fine dyeing and oleau
]_!"£ 1-13 tf -
BOND INVESTMENT.
$1.00,000 of tbe Pasadena and Mt.
Wilson Hailwny Bonds
Are now r atl v for issue, and will be offered lor
a t>iiort lime lo ium - investor*.
These uoiirs are secured by a first mortgage,
oi i eed vt trust, bearing
SEVEN PER CENT PER ANNUftf.
Interest payable semi-annually on tho first
d *ys oi .J - timiry and July of oaf h year. And are
iv denominations of $eO 0 and $500 each.
Both principal and interest payable ln United
btste* gold coin.
A special tuivuntage w 11 be given to the pur
chasers of thik issue ol bm.ds only.
Investments can b** mado for periods of time
to suit purchasers, of from six mouths to fifteen
years.
A PERSONAL GUARANTEE,
equal iO that of the be t banks, will go lo esch
piir-hnser of the flri-t $100,000 of inese bonds,
consequently, all moneys invented as above
wiil be uh s«frt and as m c to he paid at the
time asreed upou a* if deposited lv any lav
ing* or in in iii i:rei;i i hank.
Inasmuch as ihe greater portion of this road
has oeen constructed without the Issue of
buxids, the above amount is all that will be nec
essary to irhue until ihe road is sufficiently
completed to go into operation for freight and
fas eug-r traffic.
Knh inf'>rinailon can tm obtained from the
I,OS tNGKLKS - »ri; DEPOSIT
i lil M CO HPANV, Slid t!:r Mll/KNV
haNK. Ho. c 13 Kouut bpriug sueei,l*wi / n
ge en ail from nil the hunts in Pananena, v z
MUST NATIONAL KANK, PAHAUBIVA
National n \ mi, aud sas oaukikl
VALt ■ V ISANK Also from A. K. MKT
< ai,i I', **q,, Uia company* legal adviser.
[fir>l National Hank building, Cal
tor proHpectns and other iuior (.alien call on
or address thu
Pasadena & Mt. Wilson Railway Co.,
Main offlce in Pasadena Grant. Cpera Hou?e
block, Paiftdefia-i t uliforiji.i. ta ito cod lm
-
nARD WOODS,
IRON, STE E l_,
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal Too;s, Etc.
JOHN VYJGMORS,
117, 119 Ana 121 Houih Lo. Angeles Street.
c~luett7coon&co*s
LlliEN GOLLaRS ft KB GUFFS.
CL'JETT BRAND, 25C. OR $2.76 DOZ.
COON BRAND, - 20C. OR 2.00 DOZ.
MONARCH SHIRTS.
POPLE & WARDEN,
* * Printers ** *
109 East Sooond St., Los Anjeles, CaL
Weddlrg ftattoneiy, ball programs, loolerj
r*rd> ami blgtairade brtr.tlne of ererjr desdrlp
tion. nrlto ior samples aud estimates.ll-l 6«r

Care* Corisnmptton, Conglis, Croup, Soto
Throat. Sold by oil Druggists on a Guarantee.
For a Lame Side, Back or Chert Shlloh's Porous
Plaster trill give gr«at satisfaction.—*«, cents.
SHIELOH'S VITALIZER.
Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattnnoogn.Torn., says!
"ShiloH'tritaHvr'&AVED MY LIFE? I
1 ever used," For Dyspepsia. Liver or iUdney
trouble It oxoela. Price 76 cte.
SH|LOH'S>%CATARRH
REMEDY.
Havo you Catarrh? Try fate Remedy. It will
positively rollevo and Cure you. Price 50 cts.
Tuts Injector for Ita successful treatment is
furnished free. Remember, Shiloh's Remedies
are sold on a guarantee to give satisfaction.
Sold wholesale by HAAS, BARUCH & CO.,
and retal ',v d-tigKlsts. 12 141 y
AMIINKMNItITS.
GRAND OPKIt A .UM SK.
Undor the direction of Al Hatmah.
McLain <![ Lkhuan. Managers.
TUKeDAY AND WKDNB3DAY, JAN. 17-18.
FAN NY RICE,
And her superb company's presontftiioi. of Of*
ft>nbaoh't operatic Oem, (ho
LITTLE BROOMSELLER
(Miss Rice ln the title role),
Followed by the successful and refined molange
oi mirth and music,
A JOLLY SURPRISE,
For laughing purposes ooly. Presenting more
nore tleß, and causing more laughter anil more
applause than any other ontertslumcnt ln ex
ltlence.
rpUKNVKREIN HALL,,
THURSDAY MI,
January 19th.
one: night only
THB CHAMPION OF AUSTRALIA
PETER
JACKSON!
lnßdcnllflo Sparring Exh bltlon with
FRANK CHILDS,
THE LOS ANGELEB FAVORITE,
AMJ OTHER ATHLETIC
EXHICITIONB.
Station sale Monday at Turner hall,at 10
o'cloci a.m.
PEOPLE'S AHrBIIBKaTEB,
Main, near Firat Btreet.
NEW rgf£i?aca
4.1A-I TT ATTBAOTIONB
A Popular Family Retort.
GRAND OPENING
SATURDAY, JAN. 14th.
BIG SHOW FOR LITTLE MONEY!
A Ring Show, Presenting tho
PICK OFAKENIG TALENT
Dsrlng, Intrepid and Agile Acrobats, Aerlallsts,
Gymnasts, Jugglers, I'osturers, Balancers,
Leapers, Tumi, its, Contortionists,
Clowns, Comedians, Char*
arter, Musical and
tdtelch Artists
DANCERS AND VO'IALISTB
Prices, 10c and »0c
Two Performances Daily, 2 and 3 p. m.
ORIGINAL, VIENNA BUFFET,
Cot ncr Mailt su'. Kequon« streots.
J. H. KKNNED ~ Bus. Manager.
First appear&uce nf the world-icnowned str
peutine and mirror dancers,
HENLEY SISTERS.
MR. BILLY FINLEY, Comedy Boomer.
First appesrsnce of tbe beautiful bslladlst,
MISB t M MA BAKKKTT.
First appearance of the great tenor,
MR. JOHN PERRY.
Con'lnued success of ibe song bird,
NEITA MADDOOK.
The great little dancer. MIS* LULU MAHTELL
A. J. M'NIECF.
That's all. I | I Thai's enough.
Matinee every Wednesday at 2 o'clOLk.
Look out for next week's hill. 11-17 3m
THK PALACE.
Corner First and Spring streets
(Family and ladies' entranoe on Firtt st.)
—THE—
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert every day from 12 to
1:30 p.m. (during luncli hour): also a
j GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING :
From 7:80 p.m. to 12 m.
Tho f.™Bt commcrcit 1 lunch in the city from
11 a.m. till 2 p.m., aud from 5 to 7 p.m.
A la ourie Irom 0 p.m. to 12 1.1. 12 22 lm
NETV VIENNA BUFFET.
Hi and 116 Court stri ts.
F KERKOW, pKoraißToa.
Family Entrance. Family Departments.
FRBE, REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND
CONCERT BVEttY EVENING.
■ This week
JTJNIK HOWAk'D
FLOasi hi MOOTER
STKLLA BTIITB
THB BBRTtt FAMILY,
Mis* Ktiigiicriio Berth; directress.
FINK COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 a n..
2 p m.. and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A LA CAKTE AT ALL HOUrS
The only place for Imported Bavarian beet
on draught, and Berlin Weiss beer; also Lttup's
Est fa I'slo. 4-3tf
I. X. MARTIN
sasMaaJßJMfjpSjipa. New end St con i Hand
■B FURNITURE
IPSIT-PrlcM low for cash of wills lion in-
Ullmmts. Tel.BfU. P.O. box 921,
•4-S1 SOUTH BPRINQ ST.
CLAIMED HE WAS VERY DRUNK.
An Ingenious Scheme Adopted
by a Would-Be burglar.
James Howard's Curious Actions in a
Hill-Street Lodging House.
Fallnro of a Charge of Fr*«<l—SOM to
Sot Aalde I>. Given by Mra.
Grogorla de Bentley Be
foro iter Death.
A case that went to the intent of the
alleged perpetrator of a burglary was
tried yesterday in Judge Smith's court,
when .Tames Howard was placed upon
the anxious seat for several hours.
Howard had not been in the city
more,than a few weeks when last De
cember he found himself behind the
bars on a charge of burglary, although
he claims hia only offense was beiug
drunk.
He wont up into a lodging house kept
by Mre. Sjpliia Knight on South Hill
street one morning about 3 o'clock. He
stood fumbling at the door of a room oc
cupied by Mr. and Mrs. F. Carnicle.
He bad a key in hia hand and attempted
to unlock the door. Mr. Carnicle
heard the noise, and taking a pistol in
his band started for tne door to ccc
what the trouble was. He stumb'ed
over a chair, and when he unbolted the
door no one was there.
Thinking that he saw the form oi a
man disappearing around a corner of
the hall, Mr. Carnicle waited nwhi'e be
fore going to bed again, and heard the
boards of the stairs creaking. He saw a
men enter a room, and feeling
tbat a burglar was in tho hruo.-,
notified the police who went into tin
room and found Jemeß Howard in a bed
tbere, seemingly fast asleep.
When the intiuder wae awakened he
pretonded to be very much astonished
over the situation, and eaid he believed
he was in hia own room.
Thia was the plea advanced in his de
fense yesterday upon his trial, and he
further claimed that he was drunk und
got into tbe wrong house.
Deputy District Attorney Dnpny rid
dled thia detente in an adroit manner
by calling attention to certain glaring
inconsistencies in the defense. He
Bhowed that the defendant had his shoes
rff witen he was eiipmng about thu
house and fumbling at the key holen of
other roomers' doore, and as against his
plea that he was v-ry diunk, showed
that he went tip-toeing about the house,
and after he had tried to enter Mr. Car
micle's door, did not remain there as a
t'runkeu man would have done, when
he heard some one c iming to the door,
but elipptd away without noise, clear
up into the attic.
The care went to the jury about 3
o'clock in the .fternoon, und they con
sulted until nearly 5 o'clock, when
they returned a verdict of guilty as
charged, the time for sentence being 6et
by the court for Thursday morning.
Failure of a Charge of Fraud.
The case of Itoth & C». vs. Gertrude
M. ds Ferret and Emil F. Perrot was
tiied before Judge Wade yesterday. The
suit was for $693.28, the balance dug up
on a promissory nati for 5,1113.40, and
foreclosure ol a mortgage. J. M. .Tones
represented the defendants aud Orfila St
Koymert the plaintiff.
The defendants had a long answer to
the complaint in which there wan the
most vigorous allegations of fraud. They
claimed that the note and mortgage in
question were obtained by misrepresen
tations.
Mrs. Perret was formerly the wile of
Gußtave C. Peir t. After he died she
marrird tbe defendant. Emil F. Perret,
who owed Roth & Co. for wines and
liquors. It was claimed in tne answer
to the complaint that Messrs. Orlila
& Reymert, while acting as Mrs.
Ferret's attorneys alao acted for Roth &
Co., and persnaded her that she was
liable for this debt of her Second hus
band and would be obliged to pay it.
Abo, that by reason of their representa
tions she waa persuaded to give the note
and mortage.
The trial of the cause lasted the
greater part of the day, and finally
lodge Wade gave judgment for the
plaintiff as prayed for in the complaint.
Iv giving his decision the conrt referred
to the charges made in ihe answer
against Meeers. (Jilila and Reymert,
and characterized them ac wholly with
out foundation and reprimanded the at
torney upon the opposite side for draw
ing such an answer when it had not
been borne out by the evidence intro
duced.
Some Sensational Charges.
Dim, waa utguu yusieraiiy in mi
superior court iv a oase which will nc
doubt reauit In sensational testimony.
It Ib a suit by William F. Nordholt
Maria Antonia Pouvfottreat and Minnii
White vs. Henry litStillev. The com
plaint alleges that Mrß. Gregcria Eeytfi
de Bentley, who died January lotol t'hii
year, was formerly the wile ol Williau
Nordholt, who died iv June, 1886. Thej
had eeveral children amongst wtiom an
the plaintiff ' iv thi? action.
Alter her first husband's death thi
estate, which was a :».we>nc, consistioi
of considerable reul estate lv thu ci'j
and other property, went through thi
courts and there whs finally a partition
Mrs N irdhol', receiving hi r abate of thi
properly, amountim; in value to a num
ber of thousands of (foliate.
The widow, in August of 1801, whe i
she waa OS yeara Old, married Hem'}
Bentley, a man .'3B years old, and h gran*
deal of trouble iv tbe family was the
rtsult.
Tho complaint. alU?es that this mar
riage wns brought about by fraud and
wiih-the intent on thd pari of Bentley
to fraudulently deprive the children of
th?ir inheritance. It is claimed that
Mis Nordholdt ,vbs a Mexican, ignor
ant, beiug able t> neither read nor write
and that SfcnUey paid a mar named
fiepulveda fSOO to aid him in brlaglpg
about the ousutntnatiou of the inar
ri tt*,
I 1 is futther aliened that after the
marring* tho defendant persuaded Mrs.
Pentle to make him a deed tothe prop
erty in question, which consist? of vnltt
able business property iv the heart ot
the city.
The object of the suit ia to hnve this
d >d set aside by Ida BoUrt,dfl the
ground of undue itfluence and frauil,
an*J judgment is p.sked tint the convey
ance be annulled aud cancelled and the
children of the deceased be reinstated in
their fathet's property.
Court Notes.
A petition waß tiled yeaterday before
Judge Van Dyke for the release of
Charles Peterson under habeas corpus
lSeuralstc iioadnehes pr 'tontly eurea by
Iromo-selizsr—loc a bottle. >
proceedings. Peterson was convicted
in Judge Smith's court of receiving
stolen property, the jury leaving out of
their verdict the words -'knowing it to
be etolon." He applied to Judge Smith
to have the verdict set aside and the
motion was denied. The hearing before
Judge Van D/ke wai eet yesterday
morning for January 19th.
Hans P. Lannon, a native of Den
mark, waa admitted to citizenship yes
terday by Judge Van Dyke.
A demurrer was filed in Judge Smith's
court yesterday in the cane of Albert
Slack, charged with embezzlement of a
cow, and was taken under advisement.
Francisco Gunman, convicted of the
burglary of Francisco Hernandez' house
at Azuta, waa sentenced by Judge Smith
> e«terd»y to three years' imprisonment
at San < juentin.
The jury in the case of J. F. Adams
va. Dr. David Burbank returned a eealed
verdict Monday night, which was
opened yesterday morning in Judge
JlcKinloy'e court. The jury found for
the plaintiff and fixed the emouut duo
at fStSSs 92, over $1000 more ttian the
jury gave the plaintiff upon the first
trial. The suit was for a balance claimed
to be due by the plaintiff for tho build
ing of the Tallyho stables in thia city.
The suit of H. Schiebler va. H.
Behnsen ot al., an action upon a prom
issory note for $505. waa on trial yeater
day before Jnge McKinley and a jury.
Tits contempt case against Nicholas
Hreciacli was not decided yesterday, the
defendant not being present. It went
over until this morning. Judge Shaw
in the recsiverahio matter directed the
receiver to sell the restaurant in con
troversy and make a report.
A demurrer in the United States cir
cuit court in the case of P. Flanagan vs.
the California National bank \*as yes
terday argued and submitted to Judge
Boss,
An appeal from Justice Stanton's
court occupied the attention of Judge
Shaw and a jury of six ycßterday after
noon, it being a Fuit of Henry Gardner
v*. J. W. Pattllo for $105, alleged to be
due for work done. The plaintiff so
cured a Itidgment in the lower court
for $74.75. and tho defendant appealed.
The jury took the case under consulta
tion at a late hour last evening, and had
not agreed when last heard from.
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Neiv Suits Ftleil.
' Among the documents filed in the
county clerk's office yesterday were the
following:
George Withrow va. M. Bnldridge and
a nntnber of defendants, members of
the Fruit Growerß' Protective associa
tion of Southern California. Suit to
require the defendants to pay up their
stock in tbe association, to create a fund
by which the plaintiff can collect, r, judg
ment obtained Hgainat it for $718.
H. A. Bond vs. Ynes R. Prtittoya and
Juan S. Pantoya. Suit lor the restitu
tion of leased land nnd for damages and
rents and profits.
THE POLICE COURT.
I.lttle Caeoe Were Settled Tbere
Yuaterdny.
Frank Brown, alias George ti. Heb
bert, was arrested yesterday on upper
Main street by Officer Gas Smith.
Brown had stolen a light brown emt
and vest, it ii charged, from a room on
Los Aogeics street. He is charged with
burglary, and a suspended sentence of
ten days wis also entered against him.
tu Justice Austin's court yesterday
' six drunks wero tried 58 each. They
will likely take eight days each in (ail.
Tho case of Alt Howj charged witli
stealing a shirt, was continued until the
20th instant.
lUvid Walsh, a tramp, was sentenced
to ten days.
Vhomas Murray was sentenced to
30 days for begging.
The charge against Fred Mtyne of
obtaining money under false pietencea
was diiniissed in Justice Seaman's court
yesterday.
Tho charge of b'.ttery against Jie
Cordora wan aleo dismissed, fie waa
charged with battering a Ob.mam.m
Darned Ah Hira.
Thomae Harris and R.Welsh were ar
rested yesterday on Firat and Main
streets by Officer SpiHer, and charged
with disturbing the peace. They had
been indulging in a light.
FUNERAL OF R'iV. JAMESON.
Tho Features of Ilia Ceremony as Ob-
Hr-rv. il Yeaterday.
The funernl seivices of the Rev.
James M. Jameson, the victim of a
Downey-avenue cib'o car accident, were
held at the Firßt M. 13. church yeaterday
morning. Tho attendance was very
large.
Thi exercises comraeuced with a
dirge by the organist, while Rev. Dr.
Campb'/ll read the opening sentences of
the burial servioe. Jtmis, Lover of My
Soul, was sung by the congrecation, led
by the chnron quartette. Prayer waa
t fibred by D*#n Matthew. A scripture
lesson was read from 1. Oor., xv ,by
Rtv. Dr. A. 0. Williams. I Would Not
Live Alway, waa sung with pathos.
Appropriate resolutions, adopted by tbe
preachers'meeting, were tend by Rev.
Dr. Bresee, pastor of the Simpson
church, thanking God for such a hie,
and sympathizing with tho bereaved
family. Pastor Campbell then read an
obituary notice, containing a list of the
numerous appointment) filled by the
deceased for aboni 50 yearß as a preacher
and presiding elder.
Other divines added their tribute to
the worth and good character of the de
ceased.
After the services the funeral proces
sion proceeded to the railroad station.
The mourners and intimate friends took
the 1 o'clock train for Orange, where the
burial took place yesterday afternoon.
Not from a FluuuUal Standpoint
"I do not recommend Chumberlain'a
Cough remedy from a financial stand
point, for wh have others in stock on
which wo make a larger profit," Bays
Al, Mcgsini, a prominent druggist of
Braddock, Peun., "but because many of
our customers hav.e spoken of it in the
highest praise, We sell more of it than of
;uiy similar preparation we have in the
store.*' For bde by C. F, Heinzeman,
L' 22 N. Mum, druggist.
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Aleo etatistics of climate, cost of land,
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iv wrapper/. For sale by news dealera
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The IVtlr Stove
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