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Persons wanting Situations, Help, or wishing
to Bent, Buy or Sell Property, will do well to
advertise in The Hibald.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
GOOD OIL STOCK AT ROOM 1, 124 8.
Spring street, for a f-w days at 5c ou the
S; property can be shown iv half an hour.
F 2 27 3t
ARE YOU IN TROUBLE? DO YOU HAVE
to realize quick on your merchandise or
Stock? See us. GROBMANN A FIGLSY, 14
and 15 Brysou block, Spring and Second.
1-25 tf
HYGIVB AWAyToUR GOODS TO BEC
ond h»nd dealers, when yon can send for
ns? Wa will pay you the highest cash prices
or get you double the raouey ai auction. ORGS
MANN & FEGLBY, city auctioneers and bro
kers, 14 and 15 Brysou & Bonebrake block,
1-25 tf
F. SLOPSB, HOUSE" JIOVEe! OFFICE
. 112 Center Place. 1-15 tf
O" f COURSE YOU WILL VIbIT THE
World's Columbian Exposition. But do
»ou know where you will sleep while In Chi
cago? A limited number can secure such ac
ooß&jtnodallons as are desired either at a high
priced hotel, a family dormitory, a private
residence or an encampment, by addressing,
for full particulws, RALPH K. HOYT, 53
Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 12 31 tf
UNTER'S CAN BE OB
talued at tbe following places: Spring and
Second, First and Spring, junction Temple and
Spring, front of Germacia saloon, Main street.
Our signs indicate our address, 618 Bellevue
avenue. Don't be Imposed upon by imitators.
Bny the genuine article at tho above locations.
We are the originators of the genuine Texas
tamales in Los Angeles. 12-14 6m
■TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE Oil RENT;
X termß ea3y; Paper, Carbon, Blbbons, etc,
LONGLEY os WAGNER, First and Spring.
11-24 tf
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Company Will strictly enforce the following
rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6
and 8 o'clock a.m. snd 0 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 bo turned n.i attain 8-17 tf
SOCIETY NOTICES.
KNIGHTS OF VARIOITS
lodges of the Order of Knights of Pythias
in this city hold regclar conventions as below.
All resident snd vUiung Knights cordially
welcomed.
SAMSON NO. 148-700 Downey aye. (E. Los An
geles), Monday evening, J. K. Carson, C.C.
AT PYTHIAN CABTLB, 118H 8. SPRING ST.
GAUNTLET NO. 128-Monday evening, J. J.
Choate. C. C.
TRICOLOR NO. 90-Tuesday evening, George
B. Shaffer, C. C.
LA FRATERNlTE—Wednesday evennlg, B.
Anxtonueite, C. C.
OLIVE NO. 26—Thursday evening, Charles
Staoiburv, C. C.
MARATHON NO. 182)— Friday evening, Q. 8.
Adolph, C.C.
BUREAU OF RsLlEF—Every Wednesday even
lug until further notice.
t Work In third.
WANTKII-H ft Ll' .
PETTY, HUMMEL""* CO., EMPLOYMKNT
agents, successors to Martin uV Co. and Pet
ty 6t Hummel. Hotel and house-help depart
ment, 131 to 135 West First street, telephone
609: ran h and miscellaneous department, 207
West Second street, telephone 40, Los Angetes,
Cal. Carefully selected help of all kinds
promptly furnished.
ANTED—A WBT NURSE; ONK WITH
plenty of milk; a woman that can nurse
a baby nighti will do. Call at 928 Bout 1 Main
street, immediately. 1-26 4t
BOYS WANTED- LOS ANGELES DISTRICT
TELEGRAPH CO.. 347 N. Main street.
W ANTE O—GIRL TO DOGENKRAL HOUBE
work for small family; good wages. 1001
Temple street. 1-20
TYTANTID-ALL NEEDING HJBLP FB.KE—
V V Employment or any information, address
BjjNITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 18S0.
Office, SI9U South Spring street: residence,
451 South Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Auge
les. Cal. Telephone 1.13, S-16 tf
81T UAT IO NB.
WANTED — BITUATION BY A YOUNG
lady, who has had some experience in
millinery business, or will accept position as
saleslady in any department, CaU or addresi
SIS Santeo street. 1-19-tf
ANTED--ALL KINDS OF FAMILY~BKW
ing to do, at room 13, No. 412 S. Hope
»• 110 tf
AQKNTB.
WANTED— AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN ON
Ihe Pacific coast for an article that will
readily be disposed of. No capital required.
No stamp necessary for reply. You can attend
.„A our other business in addition. Address
AGENTS, boxOO, Herald office. 1-8-tf
ANTED—SALARY OR COMMISSION TO
agents to handle the Patent Chemical
ink Erasing Pencil. The most useful and novel
Invention of the age. Erases ink thoroughly in
two seconds. Works like magic 200 to 500
per cent profit Agents making $30 per week.
Wo a,so want a general agent to take charge ol
territor>, and appoint sub agents. A rare
chance to make money. Write for terms and
H^ CI JS*,?^ f c ™ 8 'nn- MONROE KKABBK MAN
UFACTURING COMPANY, X 3i5, lacrosse,
wl " , | 1-1-1 m
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WANTED TO RENI'—3MALL HOUSB WITH
isrgo yard, with or without furniture, by
reutbie party; must be convenient to cars; uo
?H, c , oU ,°. v 10 dlst-uce. GItuSMANN & FEG
LJ£Y, l4andl»Bryson & Bonebiake block.
1-25 3t
\\ W? u -?O~CR'h6rBE9; RIDING AND
J,.?™,'!'" 1 " 1 !' Writs particular" to J.
B. IRVING, l.nj, AiU'elos. I -27 2t
-s~™-~i??T, AND FOUND.
L°BT7 A PDBSK CONTAINING $10 95.
Finder win bo paid for trouble if brought
toF. it M. BANK. 1-20 2t
LOST— JAN. 237sl)RlTl'FHOaS«, ABOUTI2
yeors old: finder will recslve reward by re
turning to HILLSIDE WI.NitKY, 1813 N. Main
f* . 3t
T ,°?,T _LASf SUNDAY. ONK BAY HORSE,
~." Jears old. branded, white scot on nose,
white right hied foot. Address Mil. BR IWM,
Belmont hall, w First st. 1 27 2t
CAME TO fitLLIssTKR PLACE, ON IVETiT
Seventh street, ouulcle city iia'lls, one
oinck rasre. Owner e-in have same by proving
property and paymg . liarees. 1 -27 lot
16 * 1 -50D8ES.
IrtOß RKNT.-HOUSSSALL OVKRTHEOITY
! 0. A. suinner A Co., 107 S. Broadway.
4 12
fojO^nx-kooTmis;
IflOR RJNT -
rooms for houtckeepitig; no children. 820
H. Hill street. 1 25 Bt
~ ur.iiihiin, ~
MRS. PARKER, 6LAIEVOYANT—CON3UI."
taHons on business, iove, marriage, ills
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take
University electric car to Forrester avenue, go
wast three blocks to Vine street, second houßO
frora corner of Verniopt avenue.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTAIh.
FOR
Park, very cheap for casb, or will ex
change.
Also two blocks of 5 and 9 lots In Pico Heights
cheap; cash or exchange.
One acre on Pico st. for sale very cheap.
A lot at Victor Heights very cheap.
Two lots in Mor tract, Fifteenth and San
Pedro st., for sale at a bargain
7-room huuse, all modern improvements,
Herald st. near Washington; price, $150(1.
6-room house, moderu improvements, $1250,
on Truman st.
room house in Buehler tract; lot 50x200;
price, $ 1000.
Two-sion store building. 0 rooms above;
nice lot and barn; rented for $17.50 per month:
will .ell very cheap or exchange,
i S choice lots on University car line, at a great
bargain.
Now, think of it! Storeroom and dwelling
combined, stock of groceries iv the store: large
corner lot, fenced, with stable, etc.: will take
one-half cash, balauce easy terms: or one-half
good trade and balance on time; price. $1500.
A uyone desiring to ex hange a small house
for a place to ive and do a nice little oash bus
iness now is your chance. Must be sold.
A residence and fln , lot on Flower at., close
In: price, only $2500.
We also have valuable property in St. Paul,
Minn., and in Kansas to exchange for property
in Southern California.
Houses and lots at $500 each, small p»y
ment, balance monthly; close to Temple-street
cable.
We have an excellent opportunity for a party
with about $1000 c sh.
Wanted—Parlies desiring to loan money In
large sums to give us their address. GILBERT
A GILBERT, room 9, No. i:t-> t Sonth Soring
street. 1-27 3t
O *Jj CASH PAYMENT BUYS LOT SOUTH
fjVIV west; price, $J00; next toTwelf th at.
*ilf¥i CA * H AND PAYMeNTs BUYS COT
nrlUv tage, southwost; nice place.
1 "li CABH ANn $100 IN 4 YEARS BUYS
ttrl<"J lot, southwest.
O.;o:| CASH AND $500 IN 4 YEARS BUYS
apZvU lot, southwes l ; 75x145: three streets.
f<lil CABH AND t* so m 4 YEAR* BUYS
fln'tuU cottage, southwest: two car lines.
V ) ' M II 1 CASH OR GOOD LOTS AND $2000
nplv'lflf buys9-room house, southwest. Ap
ply 320 W. First street. 1-27 lt
I7IOR SALE—LOTS IK THB MOHAN IRACT;
' closs In, bat. Ninth and leuth sts; only 5
minutes' wa.k to postoffice. $1000 each. BRY
AN A B.ELSBY, 202 1, Spring St.
1-82-su-we fri 3t
Anrv-40v185 FEET ON BROADWAY,
0~ I' fUU near Third st; best purchase on the
street. BRYAN A KEL9EY, 202 S. Spring st.
1 22-su we-fri-3t
fflllAl i—soxl 50 LOT ON TWENTY-THIRD
vl IV ' st; line surroundings and Is unques
tionably Cheap. BKVASjA KEL4BY, 202 6.
Broadway. <»jf1.22-suwe-frl-3t
J">OR BALE-$lOOO-50x150, FLOWER ST.,
lot near Pico: cheapest lot in the city; is
worth $2000. BRYAN & KSL3EY, 202 South
Broadway. l-22-sn-we-frl-3t
I7*OR SALE—SI4,OOO- ELEGANT 2-STORY
1 dwelling; all modern conveniences;
cheap; close in. BRYAN <fe KBL-iti V. 202 S.
Broadway. l-22-sa>we-frl-3t
ORSALB—TWOVtSY HANDSOMEBUILD
ing lots on Eleventh street, west of Pearl,
in a very desirable quarter of the city: size,
. r ;oxl22*each. Address FOR SALS, P. O. box
665, city. 1-25
F'~ OR SALE—TWO-BTORY 8 ROOM HOUSE,
stable, 2507 South Flower st. POI -IDBX-
Tfill &. LIST, 127 W. Second. 1 20 lm
FOR SALE-I HAVE A CLIENT WHO IS
compelled to sell three lots in East Los An
geles at a great sacrifice They front on Han
sen street (graded) and are within one block of
Kvrtz street cars. A great bargain. Address
JAY K. HUNTER, Attorney, Bryson-Bonebrake
1-17 tf
FOR BALE-$4OOO-AN ELEGANT HOUSB
of 10 rooms. No. 124 West Twenty fifth
street. OWNUR, 2803 South Main. 1-17 tf
TnOR BALE—AT A BARGAIN—A GOOD RBS-
P idence in a very desirable part of the city;
this is a rare chance; must be sold: extra In
ducements. Address R, box 70, thlsolii. e.l-14tf
OR 8 A LB—A LOVELY 10-ROOM HOUSB
and lot 50x150. close in; every modern
improvement; cement walks; on car line;
$0000, terms to suit; a good boy. ArJHress B.
K. W., box 20, this office. 1-14 tf
OR SALE—HOU S ON HOME ST., ONE
block north of Ellis college: 5 rooms, hard
finl«h, pantry, closets, etc.; also good hou-e I
and lot ou Philadelphia st, Want cash offer
for either of above. Address BARGAIN, box i
40, this office. 1-14 tl
I^ORTsaI X—A NEAT NEW 6-ROOM COT- '
tage, with bathroom, cloiets, etc.; nice lot;
only three minutes' walk from Arcade depot;
price low and terms easy; just tbe thing for a i
railroad man. Address W. L. P., box 505, city.
1 14tf j
T7IOR SALE — FIR T CLASS LOCALITY; !
X 1 handsome one and one-half story cottage;
eight rooms, marble mautels and grates, hot
ana cold water: boiler in klt°hcn, etc., etc.
We offer this very desirable residence, in the
midst of handsome Improvements, for tbe ex
traordinary low-price of $3050 cash. Address,
W. L. P., Box 505, city. 1-14 tf
IpOR SALE—ONE OF Tilß MOST VALUABLE
1 corner business lots In the city. I offer for
stile, at a very low price, most dcslrsble lot In
the city; a bargain. Adu.re.is, W. L. P,, Box 505,
olty. 114 tl
I?IOR SALE—SI32S —A NEW FIVE-ROOM
' house on McGarry street, near Ninth and
Alameda; monthly payments. $15. ALLISON
BA&uOW, 227 West Second street. 1-12 tf
FOR BALB —HOUSES FOR SALE, MONTHLY
payments. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
becond st. 11-12 tf
A GREAT BARGAIN —81 4-10 FEET
on New If gh street by 190 feet in depth;
running through to Bueua Vista street, con
taining about 16,000 square feet. Thia
property is opposite the St Elmo hotel and is
close to the new court houso andadj.iins iho
elegant residence of Judge Glasseil. It In
cludes a 3-story house of 20 rooms, finely
built and well designed. The location for
a hotel or theato- sue. or for the ;en'ing
of flats or rooms cannot be excelled;
convenient to all the street car Uses: view
magnificent; price only $37,000; casb, bal
ance on long time at 0 per cent Interest, to suit
purchaser. Title perfect. Also, several hun
dred lots in different parti of the city. Apply
to P. BEAUDBY, owner, 129 Temple st.
1 22 7t
T7IOB BALK—SSOOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK
X 1 on Second st,: 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy
torms. See OWNER, room 78, Temple block.
11-3-tf
FOR SALK—COUNTRY PROPERTY.
I7IOR SALE OR EXCHANGE —01 ACRES
* moist laud, 2% miles from Agricultural
Park; a veiy desirable piece of land for an
alfalfa ranch; will sell cheap or exchange ior
orange land.
12 choice lots in town of Santa Ana and Tus
tin. will sell cheap or exchange for ranch
property.
400 acres of the vt ry best alfalfa land in Santa
Ana valley; comfortable farmhouse and
buildings; barn just ballt, cost $1200; bear
ing apple and pear orchard; artesian water
piped to houie and barn; all fenced with
boatd fencing; only 100 rods from good
school; this pioperty will make one of the
finest dairy ranches iv the state; a cream ry
has ju.t been cs'abltshed in olose proximity;
will sell at a sacrifice for cash.
10 acres, about two blocks from the center of
Tusiln, near Banta Ana; about 300 bearing
orange trees; 10 shares of water; beautifully
located for a home; will sell cheap or ex
change for city property; it will pay you lo
see this property before you buy or exchange.
Address G. J. W., 150, Hera d. 1-25
firjjd —HERB'S A CHANCE FOR A CHEAP
nP»JUU. home. A government
muutet 100 acres, within 20 n. lies of this city;
SO acres of fine tillable lsud aud 20 Inches of
water; 80 acre' of rolling land and hillside; 3
mile.s from rallr-'ud station: \% miles from
rchool and postoffice Only $500 8. H. BUT
TJLJfctFIKI.iI, 124 -i 8. Spring «t , room 1.1-26 3t
C» | riil-Si CASH BUYS 10 ACREI BUL
flPleJtrU tana vinevarrl and houte; \\i miles
to 2 depots. W. H TOWNjicND, No. 8 Kast
Colorado street, Pasadena. 1 27 7t
FOR SXLK-40 AußltS IMPROVED LAND
with fine residence and good water, within
8 miles of the court house, Los Angeles; oheap
aud on favorable term*. Address AORES. P. O.
box 005, city. 1-25 tf
fpOl BALE-12 ACRES OF THE BEST
lindin Los Angeles county: close to city
ou the main drive lo Pasodena: very
great bargain. Address W. L. P., box 505, city.
1 14 tl
FOR BALK—3OOOOO ACRES OF CHOICE
bind in the great raisin beit of Kern coun
ty; the safest lnvis ment In California. Ad
dress BORAX, box 70, lhis office. 1 14 tf
OR KALE—TWO ACRKB WITH HARD
finished house of four rooms and kltohtn;
windmill and tank-house; barn for five horses;
all fenced; plenty of water; situated near city
limits Apply to 116 Bast First street up
stairs. 12-28 tf
bNAP-BEST BARGAIN OFFERED IN
it Azusa-$5OOO will buy 40 acres, all good
orange and lemon land with water; no wash;
partly set ont In trees; small house and cistern;
this offer good for one week only. OWNER,
208 W. First st. 1 28 St
FOR BALK—4OO ACRES LAND NF AR RE
dondo ceach; good level land; sandy loam
soil; fine land for all deciduous fruits and
grain. A bargain; $60 per acre. Address
trtsya hor 20, tM. offlce. 1-14 M
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1893.
FOR BXCHANGB-A QOOD PAYING RSB
-(auraut for a lodging honae. The bast of
reasons for selling. Apply at 407 B. Spring
atreet. Mb 2t
TO EXCHANGE—FOR FIRST-CLABS RE3
ldeut property in Los Ang ie>. at reason
able prices, tbe best of fruit lands, with flrst
class water right. The citrus traits, raisin,
f rape and apricot are ia their home. Addr, ss
. 6. box 565, ci y 1-25
TO BXCHASGE-TWO COTTAOES AND LOT
at Pasadena o i Orange grove avenue for
ciiy p operty oracreage. Address PASADBN a,
box fo. Herald offlce. 1-25
TO EXi UANGK—BRICK STORE, PABA
dena. for city property; store rented 'or
$400 per year. Address BARGAIN, box 80,
Herald offlce. 1-25
TO EXCHANGE—IO ACRES HIGHLY im
proved at Glendale for part cash and good,
clear, city property Apply Immediately. Ad
dress KXCHANGIt, box 80. Herald office.
1-25
TO STORY HOUSE, 25
rooms, oorn'r lot, modern Improvements;
also five acie* and Aye lots in Santa Cruz, a! ,
to exchange for city or acreage. Address F 11.
I', Herald offlce. 1-28
TO EXCHANGE—9OOD PROPERTY HERE
and In eastern ststes, clear, lor ranch iv
Los Angeles county, clear. Address RANCH,
P. O. box 506, city. 1-25
q>o EXCHANGE—NICE HOUSB AND LOT
X on Ninth st for improved ranch east oi Los
Augeles: small mortgage of $1000. Address
MuRIQAGE, P. O. box 550, i lty. 1 25
TO EXCHANGE—DRUG STORE FOR
orange land or small fruit mnch lv Bau
Gabriel valley; $3000 to $3500; good loase ant
low rent Address BAN GABRIEL, box 20,
Herald office. 1 25
TO EXCHANGE—FfNK HOUSB ON OLIVE
st , house lot 00x165: will tike good acre
age in any part of toe conmy. Address HOUSE,
box 20, Herald office. 1 25
TO EXCHANGE-FIFTY-FIVE ACRES AT
Compton: good- house, Hue barn, 2 flowing
wells, icuced aud cross-fenced. l>t story house
6 rooms; 26 aores iv alfalfa, full st.no. 5 acres
in orchard anrt 25 acres in geuural cultivation;
mow.rs, raxes, t0015,3 wagons, 1 spring wsgon,
harness, etc.; 10 head of hor es. This Is a tine
ranch; Is In umbered for value; mortgige
can stand; will take improved pi 'cc in the
city. Address COMFI ON, box 50 Herald
office. 1-25
TO EXCHANOK-20 ACRErL PELIOHT
fuIIy situated at Cresenta Cafiada; small
house ot 4 rooms; 3 or 4 acres in trees and
grapes; wa or right and water Is piped lo the
place; no frost, uo fog; laud is adapted to all
xlnds of fruit; no Incumbrance, and will ex
change for city properly that is unincumbered.
Address FRUIT, box 30, Herald omce. 1 25
rpO EXCHANGE—HOUSE AND ~ToT, 25
1 looms, baid finish, bath, hot and co.d
water, nicely f'irnlsbcd, lawn, flowers, etc., to
exchange for ranch within 15 miles of Lns An
geles. Address LAWN, box 40, Herald office.
1!8
TO EXCHANGE—44 ACRES, 1 MILE FROM
Florence house 0 rooms, hard finish, 5 ar
tesian wells, 2 small orchards, 30 acres in al
falfa, 2 barns, flue chicken house and 2 incu
bators, to exchange for city property. Address
R. R. 5. box 30, Herald office. 1 25
TO EXCHANGE—2O ACRES H MILE FROM
Btudebaker; house 8 rooms, barn for 4
horses; small granary; 150 fruit Ires: allfenced
and cross fenced; 2 wells and good water rigbt,
to exchhuge ior house and lot In this city. Ad*
dress A. B. C, box 30, Herald offlce. 1 25
TO EXCHANGE—2O M1I.I! FROM
Compton: house 2 rooms, shed, barn aud
20 acres adjoimng, with house of 7 rooms and
bath, tard finish, large barn, corral and or
chard; exchange for house aud lot. Address
L. B. H„ box 00, Herald office, 1 25
0 EXCHANGE—SI Ai.RES NEAR DOW
nej; mrjlit Una, house four rooms, good,
large barn, carriage aud tool house, chlckan
house, corral with living water In corner, 10
acres In corn, 13 acres in apple orchard, 13
acrof in alfalfa, balance lv pas.ure; four cows
giving milk, two cows dry. 12 Lead yonng
cattle, nine large Polaand chlua hegs, 10 fine
pigs, one span horses and harness, two new
plows, I cultivator, one double drag, wowing
machine and rake, chickens, dairy tools and
other Implements; 87 shares water Rtock, to ex
change lor good (nut ranch. Address VV. L.
P., P. O. box 5K5, city. 1-25
TO EACHANGE—BUSINESS AND RbCSl
denoe property iv Leavenworth and Kansas
City for merchandise or good ranch; also, good
improved farms in Kamas, Nebraska and Mis
souri for California properly; also, California
for eastern. Address, KANSAS, box 50,
Herald offlce. 1-15
TO~BX CHANGK—$5000 STOCK OF CROCK
ery and glassware for house and lot, good
chance for business: 24 acres in Anaheim, all
In fruit, good houie, barn ai d water right;
tbrae houses well rented on Olivo street, for
house near Florence or Compton; t:0 acres ueur
Sauta Rosa for house and lot in city. Acldres?,
W. U P., P. O. box 565, olty. 1-25
rnp EXCHANGE—E ASTERN LAND AND
X cash, for stock ot mercb D nnise. GROS
MANN & FEGLKY, 14 aud 15 Bryson-Bone
brake block. 1-25 3t
OR EXCHANGE—GOOD, CLEAR EA-TKKM
land and casb, for clear city property or
land near city. OWNER, 14 and 15 Bryson A
Bonebrake block. 1-23 3t
OR EXCHANGE—AN UPRIGHT FISHER
piano (Berlin makel nearly new, for a good
horse. Must bo gentle and not over five years
of age. Address EXCHANGE, box 80, Her
ald office. 1-8 tf
tf>Oß EXCHANGE—A LARGE AND ELE
JT gant hotel in thriving town, 2% acres of
grounds. Will take half of purchase price in
eastern or California property and give ea«y
terms of payment for balance. Address or ap
ply toT. S. KNOLES, Ontario, San Beruardino
county. 1 1 tf
POll SALE-OOIJKTRY PROPERTY.
I^Or's^LK^m'TcßES^
* city limits of Pasadena: good water right
and water piped on land. This is fine orange
land aud only $300 per acre. Address WATE a,
box 40, this offlce. l-14tf
OR HALE—IN KERN COUNTY, FOR PUR
poses of colonization, 3842 41100 acres of
as good land as can be found in Kcin county;
no fancy prices. In all there is about six tec
tlons, three of which join each other. Like
other acreage, all thai is r;eces*ary is develop
ment to make this laud rank with some of tho
best In Southeru California, also in Tuiare
county. 1 can offer 5450 70-100 acres of some
of the h< st lend in said county; some parts of
this land hay.- alreßdy been sold as high aa $50
per acre. It is in tho artesian bell section,'uLd
for purposes of colonization no better laud can
be found. This land Is all contiguous io the
8. P. R. it , and is offered on the most favora-.le
terms ana at a low price to party or parties
taking it all. or will ofl'er it in section lots at
equally low figures. For location, price, terms,
etc , address OWNER, box 30. Herald ofllce.
1 14 tf
BARGAIN TO CLOSE DP AN ESTATE;
choice laud, 110 acres; whole or in parcels
to suit; soil adapted for lemons, wnlnuts,
olives, prunes; all kinds of deciduous fruit",
corn, beans, etc.; water lv about 15 feet from
surface. Must be sold, Before purchasing else
where, for full particulars, call at JOHN L.
PAVKOVIOH, txecutor, 208 West First street.
12-18 tf
FOR SAI,H-Mi;iCISLL4M!O!JS.
oTTsTlE^gTi^^
uiday, January 28th, at the 0 X stab es,
248 S. Main street, some of the finest carriages
norßes; standard bred; brckon to all harness:
also somegood all purpose horses, a. ANDREW
and J. DONAHUE, owuers. E. W. Noye«. auc-
HoLeer. 1-20 2t
I soli BALE—CHEAP, 4 ROO v t HOUSES TO
' be moved; also store and 4 rcoma; also 20
doors; wheel cultivator, new; 1 large feed cut
ter, will take team work for last mentioned.
Apply at tract, Rosedale anu Adams sts.
CHAS. VICTOR HALL. 1-19 tf
FOR SALE- $100-A PACIFIC GAS ENGINE
as load as new, one-horse power. FRANZ
SCHWEITZER, eanta Auita Winery. Bama
Anita, Baldwin's ranch. 1-1,5 tf
FOR BAIJ£—ORGAN, FOR CHURCH OR
parlor; powerful, sweet tone: perfect order;
12 stops, tost $300. Price $05. E. B.
OLABKE, 232 West first street. 12-25-tf
OR BALK —LARGE FAMILY HOKSE, SAFE,
powerful, sorrel, ISOO pounds: cheap
BROADWAY STABLER, near Fourth. 12 25 tf
OR BALE-OLD PAPFRB IN QUANTI
ties to suit, at this oijloe.
ATTORirEM^^^
A. W. HUTTON. OMR WXLI.nOEN.
WKLLBOrtN A BUTTON, ATTOR.sJtYS-AT
law. Rooms 88. 88J» and 89 Temple
block, Los Angeles, Cal. 1-4 3m
JAY E. HUNTER ATTORNEY -AT
Bryson-BoneDrake block. Telephone 528.
Practice in all the courts, state and federal.
7-1 tf
BEN GOODRICH, LAWYBR. NO. ? LAW
building, 126 Temple street, near court
house. Telephone 108. 7-6 tf
DX. TRABK. ATTORNEY AT LAW, FTJL
• ton block, 207 New High street, Los An*
goles. 1-1B tf
CONBAD BCHBKEk, GBANITB, BITUMIN
ous aud asphalt paving. 357 W. First St.
»-i tf
HPSimCgg UHANOICB.
BOUS E-..S ohance-forT sale—one of
the most beautiful homes In Los Angeles: 9
roo.u house, closets, bath, flue collar; gas ma
chine, gas all through the house; hand ome
fixtures house new aud modern; 2-story barn,
with a room in it for servant; large lot, corner,
90x310; lots of fruit; to any party ia search of
a cnolt c home in a select neighborhood at price
mnch below its value, 1 hare but to say, see
this place; owner will tak j an Improved ranch
in the San Gabriel or San Fernando valleys In
part pay: btlanco to suit, providing same is
utlncumh red; this place Is clear. Address
BUSINESS, p. o. box !)05, City. 125
BUSINESS CHANCE—A NICE, CLEAN
stock of general merchandise for sale on
Main at., Los Angeles: party wa-ts to sell as he
don't sabe th* bis and had to lake stock on ac
count, of loan; new aud clean; horse and de
livery wagon lrfblud. d. cheap for KABII. Ad
dress AT ONCB, p. o box 565 city. 1-25
B"UsfNBSS BALIS—DRUG
store: central; good stand: low rent: good
prescription business as w.-li as general trade;
cost* nothing to luquiru Into it; will taki some
prop-rty as part pay. Address CHANCE, p. o.
box 565, city. 1-25
CHANCE—A NEW SCHEME
which throws everything else in the shade
and paralyze* hard times—4o acres of fine
raisin .and for $1000 cash, with balance in five
years; water abundant. Adin.BB RAISIN, p o.
box 565, city. 1-25
1710K BALB-sloo— MILLINERY STORE IN
. live seaport towu in Ventura county, in
cluding furniture, chickens, oic.t would con
sider a trade for real estate. GRO-iMaNN ,fc
FF.ULEY, 14 and 15 Prison & Bonebrake
block. 1-25 ill
fjs.oß BALK—STOCK OF GROCFIUEB AND
! store fixtures; new goods- well located on
South spring street; business good; best of
reasons for selling Inquire of E. W. GUTH
RIE, Abstract building. 1-21 lm
"WjOTICE—T H E LEASE, FIXTURES AND
JLI stock of the Los Angeles Clothing com
pany, No. 144 North Main street, opposite
Western Union telegraph office, is for safe at 75
cents on the dollar. For particulars, inquire
on premises. A rare chance to get into busi
ness. Part payment only required. Call im
mediately. 1 9 lm
T.IOR SALE—RESTAURANT; FINE LOCA
XMIon; large trade; good business opening;
principals only, and lo them wo can show first
class opening. BEN B. WARD, CLAY & CO.,
188 South spring street. 1-a lm
PERSONAL— DANIEL J. O'KANE, PROFKB
-slonal nurse, 502 South Broadway. Los
Ange es, Hal. 'telephone 926. 1-18 14t
IIERSwN^L— ROASTED ON
our Giant coffee roaster; Java and Mocha,
35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c: gran, sugar, 18
lbs $1; brown sugar, 21 lbsslt li lbs rolled oats
or wheat, 25c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; germea, 20c;
3 pkts starch. 25c; 5 lbs good tea. $1; mince
meat, 5c lb: currant jelly, IJc lb- 5 lbs resins,
25c; 3 lbs aprieotß, 25c: bacon, 15c; coal oil.
HOc; broumii, 20c. "ECONOMIC" oTORES, 305
S. Spring.
PROF. STEARNS, THE OLDEST ABTROI.O
-gist lv the state. 127 South Broadway, bet
First and Second. 1 10 lm
NOLE SAM* WINE CELLARS. E. FLEUR
Wholesale and retail. Stuioma and Napa
dry and sweet wineß. Brandies, whiskys. 1-0
BRSONAL—RALPHS BROS — GOLD BAR
Flour, $1.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar,
20 lbs SI; granulated sugar, 18 lbs 91} white
sugar, 18 lbs $1; 5 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans
fruii, 50c; 50 bars soap, 11; eastern gasoline,
SOc. and coal oil, 80c: 2 Ihs corned beef, 15c;
lard, 10 lbs, $1.30: 51bs, 650. 601 South Spring
street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf
GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 2S years' experi
euce; secrecy; special facilities in several
states; Goodrich ou divorce, with laws of all
states, in press. 11-16-ly
XY&OxaL — W. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER,
112>i South Broadway. Probate and in
solvency Inw i specialty. Advice free. 72" ly
MEDICAL PEKSONALSL m
iF YOU DESIRE TO
make yoursell beautiful you can do so at a
very small expense, lt Is a preparation that is
harmless. Best ol recommendations from all
parts of Iho country. I will be In Los Augeles
only a short time. Wiil call and see you. Ad
dress. MME. A, A. LORRAINE, Postoffice box
605, city. l-7tf
ripO THE LADIKtI OF LOS ANGKLES: I
X will only be in this city a short time. No
advance money. No lee desired unless you
are perfectly satisfied. Address MME.
ROULUr, box 20, Herald office. 1-8-tf
V.-SOR LADIES ONLY-THE PROPHYLACTIC
X? Compound Is the greatest medical discov
ery of tho age. Absolutely sure and safe. Every
bottle guaranteed. Write to the Prophylactic
Compound Company, Fretino, CaL, for a d
scriptlve circular, which contains ittformatiou
that may save you yearr, of suffering, nnd per
haps your life, circulars and the preparation
can be oatalnccl from all druggists. F. W.
BRAUN & CO., distributing agents for South
ern Oaliiorr.ia. 7-10
FINANCIA.L-
AclfhTluAN
In any amounts on all ttlnde of persou&l
properly and collateral security, on pianos with
out removal, diamonds, Jewe ry, stialsklns, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or auy property of
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., In
warehouses; partial payments .■eecivea, money
without delay: private offices for consultation;
will call ii douired. W. E. DeG.'IOOT, Manager,
room? 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 S. Spring St., opposite
Ii adeau hotel. 7-29 tf
ONEY TO LOAN IN SUM!) TO SUIT. AT
low rate of Interest I'ecuri ty must bo firat
class. Address LOANS, Bnx OO.tfcls office. 1-Btf
ONEY TO LOAN AT s"pSR CENT; ANY
amount. M. P. BNYDKU, 139 South
3roadwny. 8-13 Orn
M" ~ONEY TO LOAN ON COUNTRY AND
city property; lowest rater. V/ R. BURKF,
notary public, 109 North Spring s reel. 8-13 6m
ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDB, JSWEL
ry, watches, pianos, sealHkins,. live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and
collateral security. LEE BROS, tW S. Spring.
TP YOU"WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
1 no commission, at prevailing rabss of inter
est, Bee security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main at.
8-1 if
MONEY Tt> LOAN.
Money"to $joo,lsiioo. $750
at a low rate of in-.erest on imp.oved city
real estate. Address FINANCIAL, box 846,
Loi Ang-les ciiy. 1 21 tf
HAVE $50,000 TO LOAN ON A 1 SftcTFRITY'
At low rate of interest. Will loau as h
whole or part of the above amount. Address
SECURITY, Box 00. Ibis ofllce. 1-8 tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MAIN
STREET BAVINSS BANK, 420 South
Main street. 10 20 tl
OINDJXTitR & LIST, BROKERS, 127"w,
Second at., lean money on good security at
reasonablo rates. Farm loans a tpcciaL.y. If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 8-.17 6m
ONEY TO LOAN—A. R. FRASBR & F7~D.
I.antennan. 139 S. Bf' a.iway. 8 17 (iin
EXCURSIONS.
|Bgt[Sffi|(to DAY SAVED BY TAKING
V / Santa Fc's excuislonß to Kan
»>.s l ity. ,-t Loui* Chicago, Hew
York and Boston. Leave -03 Augelos every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston; family tourist s to
Kauaas City aud Chicago dally; low rates ano'
quickest time. Office 129 N. Spring St. lyr
BEAT CENiKAL ROUTE LXCUBBIOKB.
Lxpcrieuced conductors: through from Los
Angeles to Boston; only six days to New York,
or Boston: tourist cars. F. E. SHEARER, man
ager. Office, 220 South Spring st., Los Augeles.
10-16 Cm
C. JUDSON A OO.'S B2.OUSBII>NS KABI
• every Weduesday via Salt Lakb Olty ant
Denver. Tourist oars to Chicago and Boston
Mftnat'jr la charge. Offlce, 212 S. Spring It.
6-1 tf
HILLIPB' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
Klo Grande railway and .uv Great Rock
Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday.
Personally conducted through to Chicago and
Boston onicf No. South Spring st. Itf
MUSICAL.
oTai^eleTconbervato^
and Art; open all the year. MRS.
iMILY J. VALENTINE, precldent, corner
Broadway aud Fifth street. 8-14 ly
BTnJO, BY MISS B. M. ASTBURY; 5 AND
0 stringed taught. Btndiosl. Take elevator
by Peopie'a store, Phillips block. 11 12 12m
HE KAMMKRMEYER ORCHESTRA—
first-class music furnished for balls, parties,
concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin, man
dolin, etc., taught. Room 21, New Willard
block, 328)4 South Spring street, Loi Angeles,
Cal. 10-14 ly
UYKRS AND FlNltsilKlt*.
PARISIAN Df It W08.R>,274 SOUiH MAIN
street. dyeing In the city. 1-13 if
TPO LIT A N DYE W()BK«, 241
Franklin stieet. Fine dyeing and clsau
lnir 1-13 tf
CHIrfOPODISTS;
MISS O CHIttOPODIST, 211
W Flrs»«t.orr>-< " • v»d»nu bote! 12 24M
LIFE SECRETS.
Don't worry.
Don't hurry. "Too swift arrives as tardy as
too BlOW."
"Simplify!" "Simplify!" "Simplify!"
Don't overeat. Don't starve. "Lot your
moderation be known to all men."
Court the fresh air day and night. "Oh, if
you knew what was in Ihe air."
Sleep and rest abundantly. Sleep Is nature's
benediction.
Speud less nervous energy each day than you
make.
Be cheerful. "A light heart lives long."
Think only healthful thoughts. "As a man
thlnketu In bis heart, so is he."
Avoid passion and excltomant. A moment's
anger may be fatal.
Associate with heallhy people. Health Is
contagious as well as disease.
"Don't carry the whole world on your
shoulders, far less the universe. Trust Iho
itttnaj."
Watch the first signs of a com lng cold, Nine
tenths of all diseases start with a cold
If at any time you feel chilly If you sneeze,
If you have cold bauds or feet, if your head
seems hesvy or aches, take at ouiethe best and
purest stimulant you can secure. There are
many that are claimed to be good stimulants,
but theie Is only one that is strictly reliable,
and possesses the best qualities, and that is
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
This whiskey has nude more friends by
reason of what it has done for people than auy
other preparation of the presentday. Do not
let your druggist or grocer argu>3 with you
upon this subject, but insist upon having the
purest and bast, which will aid you to solve
"Life's Becr-ts."
IBUfATIOHAL.
LA. SCHOOL OF ART AND DHBIGN (IN
• eorporated.) New studios, entrance in
Chamberof Commerce. L. K. Garden-Macleod,
principal. Pasadena Tuesdays and Fridays.
OCHOOL OF EXPRESSION-FULL CODRBK
10 in elocution. For particulars call on or ad
dress by mall PROF. JOHN M'CULLOUGH,
Totomac block, room 108. Even lug classes;
take elevator. 1-13 lm
TEACHERS' CLASS PSHPARINtt FOR
oounty examination. Positions for govern
esses and teachers. 120 M S. Spring. 12-25 tf
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLKGB
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 laculty of
instructors. Day ai.d evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college officii, or write for
e'egant catalogue. K. R. bHßADKß.Presideni;
F. W. KELSEY.Vico-Preaident; I. N. INSKEKr,
secretary. 8-16 91 tf
A6TBURY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's store, Phillips block. Send for cata
logue. 10-12 12m
RS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF
Piano, Voice Culture, Guitar and Banjo.
ARDMOUR, Broadway and Sixth St. 9-24-lf
WILLHARTITZ, MUSICAL STUDIO,
. room 37. California Bans B'ld'g. 8-13 ly
HOTELS,
WHEN IN LOS ANGKLESjTHE PLACE~TO
stop at is HOTEL BELLEVUE TERRACE,
Corner Sixth and Pearl streets. It Is 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 grates, free baths, and Bervlce A 1.
Rates—2s rooms, $7 per week; 2 persons, $14
40 rooms, $9 per week; 2 persons. $15.
35 rooms, $10 per week; 2 persons, $17.
25 rooms, $12 per week; 2 persons; $20.
Special rates to monthly or permanent people.
11-20 3m MRS. 0. W. STEWART. Tropr.
BLEWETT HOUSE—F-KN lull b.l) ROOMS,
entirely new,single or en suite, bath rooms
connected; suitable for housekeeping. liO
Bast First street, New Wilson block. 12 23 tf
TTOFFMAN HOUSB—AMERICAN PLAN; 62
XX outside rooms, superbly furnished; first
ciass lv ev< ry way; 1 claim Is unexcelled;
straneers invited; $1.50 to $2.50 per day. T.
W. STROBRIDGK. 11-18 3m
DENTISTS.
~"2T~~dbl~i^^
<?*ls?J=«w» > . BPrl8 P rln S Btreet, rooms 4 and 5.
Teeth extracted and filled wlth
«.sf3E£j out pain 7-21-ly
i¥B2 "Established—lBB2.
DR. L. W. WELL-, COR. OF 8 RING AND
First Btreets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extrac cd without pain. Room 1. m 4 tf
DAMB BROB., DENTISTS. S. SPRING,
bet. Second and Third. Painless filling and
extrac.ing, 50c and $1; crowns $5: sot teeth,
$0 to $10; established in L. A. city 13 yrs. 12-8
FRANK STEVEN , 324V4 S- SPRING ST.
Open Sunday and evenings by electric light.
rTtOLHURST, DENTIST, 108J4 N SPRING
St.. rooms 2. 0 and 7 Psinless extraction,
PHYSICIANS.
GEORGE H. BEACH, M. D. OFFICE AND
residence, 131 North Spring street. Omce
hourß, 8 to 12,1 to 5, ti to 3p. m. Telephone
433; 11-3-tf
Rsi DIL WELLS-OFFICES N HER
brick block, 127 East Third 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.
Af RB. DR. 1. H SMITH, SPECIALTY MlD
j.ix wifery. Ladles cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 11 18. m2S tf
JI'ATKNrS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
TV AZAKD & lOWNBJJND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
11 block. Tel. 347. Los Anseles. 11-22 tf
ABSTRACTS.
pany of Los Angeles' northwest corner of
FranVM n nnd New Kid. streets ml 7 tf
CONTRACTORS.
' Wilson block. S-Ki ly
ARCHITECT.
CH. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 'isOUTH
• Broadway. 8-7 iy
BUrI3E3S~J. REEVE, ARCHITECT, KBTAB
li.lied for tha past 10 years In Los Angeles.
Itooms7andB second floor), Workman block,
Bpring-st., between .second and Third 1-25 ly
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS.
SH. BoVnT" N, M. D., CIsEAsBS OF
• children. Office and residence 835 S.
Olive bi. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. 2to 4
p. m. Telephone 574 10 otf
Cod-liver oil suggests con
sumption; which is almost un
fortunate. Its best use is be
fore you fear consumption—
when you begin to get thin.
Consumption is only one of
the dangers of thinness.
Scott's Emulsion of cod
liver-oil makes the thin
plump, and the plump are
almost safe.
Let us send you a book on
CAREFUL LIVING free. L
Scott b Rownb, Chemists, i 3» South sth Avenue.
New York.
Your drtisgist keeps Scotl's Emulsion of cod-liver
oil—all druggists «verywhere do. Si.
WiSLLMTON COAI CRESCENT COAL
Diamonds in Winter Time.
A. H. LAPHAM,
DEAI.EB IK
COAL, WOOD, HAY and GRAIN
Charcoal. Klndline, and fuel oi all kinds.
„.„ „ Mill Feed a specialty.
343 8. Broadway. 1-lßlm Lw Angeles, CaL
A" LEOFRED, (Gr aS G o Air al
MINING ENGINEER,
Head offlce, Quebec; branch offlce, Montreal,
Canada. 12-901 y
LITERARY TRAMPS.
AUTHORS WHO ARE NOTED IN HIS
TORY AS PEDESTRIANS.
Homer Was Among the Firat of Whom
Wo Have Any F.ccord—ln the Middle.
Aces tho Mingers of Ballads Moved from
Place to Place ou Toot.
The literary tramp is no new tiling.
Thousands of years ago a blind one Mag of
tbe beauty of Helen and the valor of
Achilles. Nearer our own days palmers,
with scrip and scallop shell, told talcs for
bread i s they tramped toward tho Holy
Laud or homo from it. Troubadours sang
as they strolled from castle to castle nnd
became the fathers of literature. Then
literature ceased to go on foot. When it
could not ride, as Chaucer did, it staid at
some. Bad roads, sparse habitations, abova
all, the growth of cities, did away with lit
erary vagabondage. Literature almost
forgot nature in time, and tbe tramp took
to garrets rather than to highways and
wrote idylls in bed to keep warm. Only
withiu the last hundred years has litera
ture again found feet, and the pleasant
spectacle of its makers tramping alone or
in couples ngaln becomes prominent.
Almost the flfat of literary tramps, if
Indeed tlicy come within the description at
nil, were Shelley and Mary Godwin. They
have left little trace of their adventures,
yet that they could walk, or thought they
could, is evident in their plan to go on
foot from Paris to Lausanne. We catch a
fleeting glimpse of them trudging with
Jane Clairmont through tbe dust and
grumbling bitterly at tho evil fare and
bousing of vagabondage, the two women
riding by turns ou their only donkiy till a
sprained ankle promoted SUellcy himself
to ride, and they bad to buy "a chariot."
Tiie poorest of tramps they must have
been, for not love of nature lint scarcity of
gold put them on their feet. What the
natives of the country thought, of them no
man can sny, for the girls trudged in black
silk gowns and were of the bated nation.
Doubtless ulso they trudged along in the
kid slippers and silk stockings* nnd the
corded and iron busked stays that were of
that day. Xo wonder tho poet got a
"sprainl"
A stouter if less romantic pair of pedes
trians were James and Harriet Martincau,
who in 18"2 made a tour on foot together in
Scotland, walking 500 miles iv a month,
Miss Martineau was always a capital
walker while tsho bad health, and words
worth accused her of "walking the legs
off" of half the gentlemen of Ambleside
For all that she was the most unimagina
tive of women. She had a "manly stride,"
and never nymph or pixie, elf or dryad
lured ber to follow streams or to dream
beneath rustling foliage. Herbert Brown
ing and Sarianna were another brother
and sister who covered uiileu upon miles
together. The peculiarity of their journeys
lies iv tbe fact that they did not begin
them till both were uiiddlo aged. The.v
furincd their companionship after Mrs.
Browning's death, with whose feeble steps
neither, of them had ever kept puce.
Browning speaks of seventeen mile walk*
witli Sarianna, and records nine miles
accomplished in less than two hours,
whicli certainly required more than tile
usual "manly stride" from his companion.
Tho Wordsworths, brother and sister,
were splendid examples of literary tramp
l lr vir t .i. ...11 tt ■ . . i
ing. Mrs. Wordsworth told Harriet Mur
tinonu that William and Dorothy some
times walked forty miles v day. Toura ou
foot were a large ptrt of their experience
together. The first thing they did after
their reunion in 1194 was to start off upon
a little stroll, of Which Dorothy wrote, '1
walked with my brother from Kendal to
Grasmcre, eighteen miles, and afterward
to Keswick, fifteen miles, through the
most delightful cuuntry that ever was
seen." In November, 1"8 V, they started
upon a pedestrian tour with Coleridge
along the scacoast.
A little later in the same month the
three set out at 4:30 of a dark aud cloudy
afternoon, walking eight miles for a start,
while the two poets laid the plan of a bal
lad, with tbe sale of which they hoped to
pay the expenses of "the excursion. The
methods of tho two did not ran easily to
gether, and "The Ancient Mariner" was
soon given over entirely to Coleridge.
Dorothy did not walk in a black silk gown.
Doubts are reasonable if even she ever hud
one. Her usual walking costume was a "lit
tle jacket and brown dress." Coleridge we
may imagine in the same raiment in which
he afterward traveled with the two In
Scotland—tiie soiled nankeen trousers, the
blue coat with brass buttons, in which he
mounted a Unitarian pulpit and preached
a canditlate sermon. Wordsworth doubt
less also wore his usual suit of dingy
brown, with a flapping, broad brimmed
straw hat to protect his weak eyes.
They were not three graces,.this distin
guished trio of tramps! Wordsworth was
not a handsome man; not even an impress
ive man. In spite of the fact that the
brother-und sister walked, according toDe
Quincey's calculation, between 170,000 and
180,000 miles, his legs were tho worst part
of him, and the total effect of his narrow
person was even more uncomely in move
ment than in repose. His walk was a roll
nnd a lunge, with eyes fixed on the ground.
"Mumbly ou his logs," the neighbors de
scribed him. Once Dorothy, walking far
ther behind him than usual and thus get
ting a better view, was heard to exclaim
discontentedly several times, "Can that be
William?" Dorothy herself was short, and
slight, with such a gypsy tan as is rarely
seen upon an English face. Her eyes wi re
not so%'t nor were they fierce or bold, but
they were wild and startling and hurried
in their motion, like those of some wild
wood creature.—Macmillan'o Magazine.
A State Dinner in Venice.
In 1552 tho patriarch of Aquileia feted
Ranucclo Farneso, the pope's nephew, in
the palace on tho Giudecca. The rooms
were decked with extraordinary sumptu
ousness, cloth of gold, paintings and illu
minations adding to the elfect produced by
tho patriarch's cooks. Among the guests
were twelve gentlemen in fancy marine
costumo of green satin with red lining,
wearing caps of the same colors, and each
accompanied by a lady dressed in white.
This repast lasted four hours, varied by
music and the professional entertainers of
the day. It ended with the cutting up of
certain large pies, from which live birds
flew out into the room. The guestH strove
with each other to catch these birds.—
National Review.
American Fruit in Croat Britain.
It would seem, according to the opinion
of Mr. White, of Covent Garden, that
bannnas are gradually becoming a popular
fruit in this country, although the Knglish
are still fur behind the Americans, whose
partiality for the banana is such that in
August alone they imported moro than
1,250,000 bunches. We get our bananas
from tho Canary islands and Madeira, aud
very soon we shall have fcheno. from Sierra
Leone.—London Telegraph.
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What "Pnlillc" Women Need.
What the average woman most neoda
In h«r public capacity is composuvo and
dignity. However amiable und affec
tionate it may seem between friends and
kindred, "my dear" is not • proper ap
pellation to use in a national convention
or in a mass meeting called in the inter
ests of order and reform. Nothing is
gained by it in any way, and it undenia
bly gives an impression of weakness and
inefficiency. \
Where a convention is in Beesion far
days together, where all ihe business is
transacted intelligently and methodic
ally, where there is display sd profound
knowledge of parliuruen ,ary law, and
where the debate is all that it should bo,
sentimentalizing rings like a false note!
out of keeping and out of harmony witb
all that is admirable and praiseworthy.
This small bit of censure will bo per
mitted, for iv view of tho rapid advance
that has been made by women in thoir
ability to consider public questions and
transact public businetss Acre is no
doubt that this slight fault will ba
amended and that degree of perfection
attained which can be reached with no
loss of kindliness or friendship.— Chi
cago Inter Ooean.
The Intent Hand Shake nnd Kiss.
"No, that's no longer the stylo," said
one girl to another as her friend raised
her arm until the immense puff of hep
velvet sleeve was on a level with her
head; "we don't shako hands in tho air
any more. At present this ceremony ia
performed very low down—tho arm is
held rather stiff, and the hands meet aa
near the knees as possible. Tho clasp is
the same, as is also the shake. Wait un
til we reach home and I'll give you nn
object lesson in the new way of kissing,"
she continued. "1 learned it at school,
but not from a book, however. Our
principal taught us, and she forbids tha
girls to salute each other except in tha
prescribed manner—that la, a kiss on
either cheek. While your lips are touch
ing your friend's right cheek hors ore
taking tho powder off your left, and vica
versa. It's very pretty, very foreign
and dignified nnd requires time and
practice in order to accomplish it grace
fully; besides it's more satisfying than a
hit or miss salutation that alights some
times on the chin, sometimes on tho tip
of the nose, but which waa meant to
reach the mouth." —Philadelphia Press.
Tho Queen Loves Closslp.
The principal ladies of the queen's bed
chamber write a great many of tha
queen's private letters, make purchases
for her, call on people to whom the
queen wishes to show some attention,
and, above all, collect gossip for tho de
lectation of her majesty, for, liko all
the members of her houso, there is noth
ing that the queen ia so fond of as tha
tittle tattle of tha London world.
I have stated that tiie ludies of Quean
Victoria's household ;u'e well paid.
While this is true it must bo born ia
mind thut they have, on ihe other hand,
a good many expenses, for although the
queen is herself very fond of wearing
her dresaes until thoy become u).;olatcly
rusty and dowdy from old a;;e aud con
stant use, yet she dislikes Vanieucsa in
dress on the part of the ladies around
her. Moreovor, she is exceedingly partic
ular as to the colcrviit aud, above all,
cut of garments, and while alio docs not
require them to bo too decollete for
evening wear, yet she abhori anything
partaking of a high dress on such occa
sions,—London Letter.
What Lotto. Ordered.
Lottn, who, by tho way, is recovering
7apidly from the effects of the accident
that caused her to leave the stage for a
lime, is as vivacious off tho boards as
she ia on. One day in New York she
entered the Hoffman House restaurant,
and aeeing there a very wealthy man
whom oho knew quite well she seated
hersolf at hia table, and With an air of
great satisfaction drew off lies gloves
and remarked: "I am so glad 1 met
you. Now 1 can have what I want.
May I order anything 1 like'f" sho went
on. "Certainly," repliud her friend,
who is as liberal as he is rioh, and who
was ready to pay for unlimited cham
pagne and terrapin. "Well, then," said
the lively actress, studying the menu
with well feigned interest, "I will have
corned beef aud cabbage." Aud she
meant it, too, aud ate the plebeian mix
ture with as great relijh us though it
were some far more expensive delicacy.
Times.
Laundry of tho Future.
A departure ia laundry work is made
by a firm in New York that offers to call
for and deliver work, wash and iron all
flat pieces, such as sheets, pillowslips,
tablecloths, bedspreads, etc., ready for
use, and to wash and dry other articles
to be starched and ironed at home at
four cents per pound. Most of the pieces
to be ironed at tliis rate are to be done on
a large improved mangle, so constructed
that it is guaranteed that goods ironed
on it will last from one-third to one-half
longer than if ironed in tho usual way.
—New York Letter.
The CrowsfcPrince and Ilia Mother.
Here is a good story about tho littla
crown prince of Germany: A clergyman
was recently explaining to him that all
men are sinners, whereupon the royal
pupil asked gravsjy if his father, the em
peror, was not an exception to this rule,
"No," replied tho clergyman, "ho ii
not. The kaiser is a sinner, like every
other mortal."
"Well, I-am positive of ono thing," in.
sisted the- little prince, "aud that is that
my dear mother is no sinnerl"
A Good Housekeeper.
•How can I toll hor? '
By her cellar.
Cleanly shelves and white walla,
1 can guess her
By her dresser.
By the back staircase and halls,
Aud with pleasuro
Take hor meaauro
By the way Bhe keeps hor brooxao.
Or the peeping
At tho "keeping"
Of her bacK audainseen rooms;
By hor kitchen's air of neatness
And its Kenerai completeness.
Whore iv cleanliness and sweetness
The rcBO of order blooms.
Any sudden change In the condition of the
atmosphere is certain to bring its harvast of
coughs and colds. 1 hesi', if suffered, to run on,
pre likely to terminate in consumption; but
they may Do readily cured by Dr. Bull's Cough
Byrup.
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