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SPECIAL NOTICE*.
A' LriioTiso~!a smTtii, the pioneer
auctioneer, is again in lx)» Angeles, and
Erepared to hold large real estate sales in any
srt of the city. county or Southern California,
lao will hold furniture salesal residences or
jin any part of the county or Southern Catlior-
Aila. Also will hold general inerehandise sales
Ky catalogue In any part ol the city, county <>r
Southern California. Terms reasonable, rrouipt
and reliable service performed. The highest
References given. Csll or address, Oflice r_ 1
B. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. 3-8 3m
RAKE'S SPANISH, TEXAS A Nil CHICKEN
tamales can be obtained tit Second and
Spring, Second and Main, Fir.-t and Spring nrel
.Temple and Spring streets. Try them and be
convinced that they have no equals. Only the
very best of meats used; madewiih thegrcito.t
■of care and cleanliness. The public are on -
dlally invited to inspect the manufacture ■
ahem'st 114 West Seventh sireet. 2-3 om
"T r. BLOPER, HOUSE MOVER, OKFI'
U\, 112 Center Place. 1-18 tf
UNTER'S TEX AS TAM ALES CAN BE Oll
talned at the following places: Spring and
Stecond, First and Spring, Junction Temple ami
[Spring, front of Germama saloon, Main street.
Sbur sign indicates our address, 618 Bellevue
SLvenue. Don't be imposed upon by imitators.
Buy the genuine article at the above locations.
fWearethe originators ot the genuine Texas
ttamalcs in Los Angeles. 12-14 Om
CajOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY W ATER
111 company will strictly enforce the follow-
Sng rule: The hours for sprinkling are be
tween 6 and 8 o'clock a.m. and tt and S o'clock
jb.m. For a violation of the above regulation
She water will be shut off and a tine of $'2 will
tie charged before the water will be turned on
[again. S-17tf
WANTER -HELP,
g'~ U >EjTy, U "HI!M>i'KE & CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, successors to Martin ,t Co. ar.d
etty A Hummel. Hotel and house help de
partment. 131 Jo 135 West First street, tele
phone 500; ranch and miscellaneous depart
ment, 207 West Second street, telephone -10,
ttos Angeles, Cal. Carefully selected help oi
jail kinds promptly furnished.
ESrANTED—A GOOD RANCH HAND FOR
tV T Ban Bernardino valley. Permanent job.
u\fust have recommendations. Man with wife
arho can cook preferred. Call on M. S. SEA'ER
SINCE, 758 Adams street. 2-20 7t
'TIT ANTED—A GTRL TO HELP WITH
TT light work, morning and evening, for
food home and small remuneration. Call at
102 Santee street. 2-20 3t
\frANTED—A LADY~IN EVERY LO('ALITY
TT to write for tne at home; #3 a day: no
canvassing. Reply with stamp. MISS VEHNA
IANGDON, South'Beml, Ind. 2-!) 181
IF YOU WANT HELP 01?1vN ;^kWd _ g6 - TO
the Free Employment Aureau, 240 New
High st. Tel. 1153. 1-29 tf
■fir-ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP KitEE
TT employment or any information, ad'lre--:
E NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established l-.su.
Office, 319% South Spring street ; residence,
S5l South Hope sireet, corner Fifth, Los An.
geles, I'al. Telephone 113. 8-10 ti
_ m^^n^NTKD-9ITUATIONB
TV ANTED—BY AN AMERICAN, A SITUA-
Vt tion In a private family, as stableman
and gardiner. References given. Is not afraid
pf work. Wages must be $30 per month and
found. Address J. W. N., lock box 100. Santa
Monica, Cal. 2-26 7t
TTTANTED—A SET OF BOOKS TO KEEP
TT evenings. Address V. P. BROWN, p. o.
Box 867, city. 2-24 7t
"tSTAMTED—ALL KINDS OP FAMILY 81 n.
TV ing to do, at room 13, No. 412 K. Hope
Street. 1-lti if
WANTED TO BUY—GOOD RESIDENCE
lot; southwest, between Sixth and Ninth,
wast of Alvarado street. Give location, descrl p-
Itlon, price, care box 117T, Station C. 2-20 3t
hxr ANTED—TO BUY lo tIR 'Jo jACKES BE
ti tween Adams and Washington sir<'e,s
i«nd Western and Vermont avenue.', West Los
pAngeles; must be cheap. Address BI'YEU,
Box 108, Los Angeles general delivery. 2-22 7t
*\l T ANTED—WE 'HAVE A i I .•: I; FUR
iII an alfalfa ranch, south of city. What
[have you? 118 North Spring. '2-19 tf
iXXf ANTED—A H^tiSE _ AND LOT; mFsT~BE
t TV a bargain; price not to exceed $2000.
lAlso a residence and lot for about $4500. 1
-have the cash for both; stale full particulars.
(Address L. K. UREKNE, f)4B Georgia Bell st.
2-1 i if .
WASTBb-JIfKllLI.ASnii-:).
TVAXTED-A GOOD
YY flee desk. TOLLY i MERRIMAN, 222
£an Pedro st. 2-20 2t
ANTED—DO YOU WANT A LIF&BIZK
portrait free? Bring me a club of four and
J will do you one free In oil, craven, pastel or
India ink. J.G.CLARK, residence and studio
corner Brooklyn avenue and .Bridge street,
Boyle Heights. 2-19-tf
TV ANTED—A GOOD DAIRY ROUTE IN THIS
Tl city. Apply to NORTON di KENNEDY,
20il South Ilroailway. 2-l'_' li
HOUSES.
TjtOK all over'\tite^ity]
JT C. A. SUMNER & CO., 107 S. hroailway.
i 4-12
. FOJSBENT-ROOIIS.
T7OR RENT—NICE SUNNY ROOJfsToNLY
J Ifl jieT week to s>'3 i*r mouth ; tlrst class.
Inquire at bookstore, corner Second on.l Main
atreets. ».24 j m
ITOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping; one of the most pleasant
places in the city, just the thing for man and
Wife; use of piano If desired. 118 N. spring
Pr- 2-19 tf
OR RENT—SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS
for rent at the Weld, junction Spring,
Main and Eighth sts., single or en suite: rates
reasonable. Finest location lv the city.
2-9 tf
FOB BIHT-lAND,
■SJIOR RENT —1
JT alfalfa, in city. Apply H. ti A. II BTTBS>
KIND, 227 W. First St. _2-21 Tt
FOR RENT —LARGE STORE. 218~WEST
Sixth street, rent $25. Store 20x50 Broad
way next to cor. Seveuth with lot ailioiuiuL
100x40 feet, rent $25. Apply to DE VAN S
agent Imperial' lus. Co. Limited,
801 VV. First Bt. 2-20 7t
I~SOR RENT —WAREHOUSE 44X100 SUItT
" ble for storage, commission or shop; cen-
S "'%"' A ' (: ' KAKPlill
PIPE WORKS, Second and Vine -v. |~,
lom^.inutooiib.
t'ost^friday^
Ij near Los Angeles St., one basket clothes
from Duck Sing Kco Laundry, 111 E. Fifth «t
bet. Main and Los Angeles sts.; reward will he
paid if returned to above address. DUCK
Ring kee. 2-2112t
JfiOUND-ON AN ELECTRIC CAR, A SUM
of money, which tbe owner can have by
calling at the office of the L. A. Cons. Eleo. Itv
Co., proving property and paying for this a.V
yertisenient, 2-2ti .ti
AB^HITKCTsT
C- ARCHITECT, 132 SOUTH
• Broadway. 8-7 ly
UKGESfTjTREEVE, ARCHITECT, ESTAB-
Uahed for the past 10 years in Los Angeles.
Booms 7 and S (second floor), Workuiun block,
Spring st., between Second and Third. 1-25 yl
FOR SALS-CITY PROPKRTY.
IriOß BALE—BY REAL Es
tate and Trust Co.
60 to 140 feet, tine business frontage on Broad
way; a splendid investment.
$2500— Lot Pico Heights.
$300— Each, 3 lots on Freeman St.
$400—Lot on Ktngsley St., University.
$4.">o—Each, 2 lots on Thornton.
$550—Corner lot. Urmston tract.
tr*»so— Nice lot, cheap; close in.
$1100—Each, lots on Twenty-first and Twenty
second sts., near Figueroa.
$1000—2 lots corner Dalv st., E. L. A,
$12«0—Nice lot, Estrella aye.
IM 500—Lot 50x150, Lovelace aye.
$3000—2 lots, Fairmont tract, corner, Orange
st.
$3000 —Fine new 6-room cottage in southwest
part of city, just finished; only $500
cash ; balance easy payments.
$5000 —12-rooin modern house, Lovelace aye.
$0500— Beautiful 9-ioom house near Grand
aye.
$40—Per acre, 1000 acres alfalfa land, dairy
ranch, well improved, very cheap.
• PIRTLE HEAL ESTATE & TRUBT CO.,
2-12 lm 209 W. Second st.
FOR: SA LE—S2ISO—SIX-ROOMCOTTAQE ON
Burlington avenue; bath, marble-top wash
sta mis, ti replaces, mantels, etc.; $600 cash, bal
ance to suit purchaser.
$ISoo—Five-room cottage on Vermont ave
nue; cement walks, fruit trees and fine lawn;
just what you want.
$150(1—Three cottages on Alpine street, or
will exchange for lots between Tenth and
Twentieth streets.
Can give you big bargains in lots on Six
teenth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth streetsone
block west of Figueroa,
$10,000—Ranch of 127 acres; artesian water;
9-room house, barn and outhouses.
$2100—Cottage on electric car line; bath,
fireplace, etc.; $600 cash, balance in 1,2 and
3 years.
$10,000—Sixty-two acres; 25 planted with
berries; house, barn, artesian waier.
$10,000— F;iegant residence on west side of
Grand avenue, between Pico and Washington
streets; new house, with latest improvements;
terras easy.
2-19 lm E. M. GUTHRIE, Abstract bld'g.
F~'~OR RENT—NEW] 12-ROOM ~ MODERN
house on AVcst Twenty-third, between
Grand aye. and Figueroa street; rent $45. 6.
K. LINDLEY, 100 & Broadway. 2-26 3t
JIOB BENT—IS-BCOM HOUBF.7 NICELY
furnished; large barn; fine view; Hill St.,
mar First; rent $75. S. K. LINDLEY, 106 8.
Broadway. 2-26 3t
UOR SALE—3 GOOD LOTS IN FICO HEIGIITS;
it 1 less than one block from Pico street electric
ears; come and see them ; only $200 each. 8.
K. LINDLEY, 106 S. Broadway. 2-26 3t _
r-lOR I/yrS, 50x145, NEAR CORNER
JT Adams and Hoover sts. Very cheap; line
improvement in neighborhood; only $7.i0. S.
K. LINDLEY, 100 S. Broadway. 2-20 3t
1710R SALE—FINE _ L0T,~50x15070N AVEST
? side Providence street, bet. Seventh and
Eighth; very fine; $1500. a K. LIDNLEY,
100 S. Broadway. , 2-20 3t
IJSOK SALE—CORNER LOT, TWENTY FIFTH
. and Grand aye.; size 60x208; tine hedge
and cement walks; best corner on street;
price, $3500.
Lot west side of Grand aye., 56x200; near
Twenty-eighth; pries, $2200. S. K. LIDLEY,
100 S. Broadway. 2-26 3t
I "IOR SA CORNE RON
1 Grand aye., 112x196; a bargain; call and
see it. S. K. LINDLEY, 106 Broadwuy. 2-26 3t
Ijwß BALE-$P()00— 10-ROOM MODERN
1 house, finely decorated, lot 120x195, fine
large barn, fins lawn, cement walk, flowers,
shrubbery and fruit trees; a lovely homo In
southwest part of city. 8. K. LINDLEY. 100
Broadway. 2-26 3t
HOUSE~LOT
1 100x270, on Adams st., neat F.gueroa, flue
ornsmental grounds, splendid barn. S. K.
LINDLtA, 109 nroauway. 2-20 3t
17108 SA LE- $5000^$1000 cash, balance~to
suit, will buy fine new modern house on
floe street near Adams and electric road, lot 50
xISO to 30-fool alley, cement walk, lawn, all
fenced, a snap. S. K. LINDLEY, 106 Broad
way. 2-26 3t
F" OR RESIDENCE
on Olive st.. near Second, fine view, large
lot, shrubery, lawn, etc. S. K. LINDLEY, 100
Broadway. 2-26 3t
("pOR SALE —$2300 —5-ROOM COTTAGE
near Adams and Hoover; $500 cash, bal
ance to suit. 8. K. LINDLEY, 106 Broad
way. 2-26 3t
F~ OR SALE—LOT ON GEORGIA BELL ST.
near Pico; one of the beßt bargains in the
city. ELLIS .it HITCHCOCK, 227 AVest Sec
ond atreet. 2-26 It
C' 1 OKA—FINE LOTS ON ADAMS
TrlZtW inside lots, $690,50 xllS to 14ft
alley and SO ffstrcots; corners $100 more, in
the Chas. A'ietor Hall tract; $10 cash and $10
per month. 223 West First st, 9a.m.to 12 in.
and 1 to 2 p. ra. 2-24 tf
■T7<OR"SALE—COSY HOME ON UNION AYE,.
J" near First street. $150 cash; $20 per
month. This is a big snap. DE LA MONTE,
101 S. Broadway. 2-26 3t
]7AOirsTLE^22SO— I HAVE A HOUSE TnD
lot (cottage) at the University which I de
sire to sell. Tho lot is 50x180 feet'; has a house
of s rooms, bath, 5 closets, hot water In kitchen
and bath ; good water from well and lank ; the
yard is nicely laid out—shade trees, fig trees,
hedge, palms, two otunge trees and flowers.
This is en ideal horae in the best location in
Los Angeles. Obliged to sell. Party owning
same has to leave to locate east. It is now
rented. TV 111 sell, If taken at once, for $2250.
This is tho greatest bargain ever offered. In
quire about the location and the value of
property in that neighborhood, and you will
snaii at this, for it is dirt cheap. "Address
UNIVERSITY, P. O. Bax 565, City. 2-18 tf
OR SALE—SI4OO — 5-ROOM
isbed house, being built on A'ictoria street,
near Central avenue and Twelfth street:
monthly-payment*. ALLISON BARLOW, 327
West Second street. 1-12 tf
P~ AHTIES HAVING CITY PROPERTY FOR
sale will find it to their ndvontage if they
send me the particulars of what they have. I
leive buyers for bargains in real estate. Let me
know what you have, full details, and you hear
from me. CHARLES UROSSMANN, room 18,
Wilson block. 2-9 tf
I~^OR~SALE —AT A BARGAIN—A GOOD~RESL
dence in a very desirable part of tho city;
this is a rare chance; must be sold; extra in
ducements. Address R, Box7o, this offlce.l-14tf
IjioiTis/.1.K-S4(HKI-AN ELEO ANT HOUSE
Irf 10 rooms. No. 124 AVest Twenty-fifth
Btreet OAVNER, 2803 South Main. 1-17 tf
F~OR SALE—slli6b^NEvV ; 5-ROOM COTTAGE
Michigan avenue, between Mott and Ficket
streets; monthly payments. ALLISON HAK
LOAV, 227 West Second »trect. 1-29 tl
STOCK.
"TJIOR SALE, CHEAP—YOUNG, GENTLE,
V Ilolsteln milch cow. Corner Vermont and
Thirtieth streets. 2-26 2t
T7IOR SA LE — GENTLE, FRESH FAMILY
! cows, Jersey, Durham or Hoistein; install
ment plan; Incubators, new or second-hand;
Lulls for service. NILES A CO., Eaßt Washlng
tun street anil Maple avenue. 2-8 lm
BLACK DIAMOND COAL CAN BE HAD AT
TOLLY A;MEEKIMAN, 223 San Pedro St.
'lei. 1030. 2-26 2t
FOR SALE — EBTEY ORGAN, 9 STOPa
Great bargain. ELLIOTT A STANLEY,
227 W. Second. 2-26 2t
T7IOR - SALE—THE FURNITURE OF A 25
-jT room house, with one year's lease, priv
ilege of more. Best location in the city, rooms
all rented; full investigation solicited. Here
Is a chance for a big bargain. Address FUR
NITURE, box 20, Herald office. 2-9-tf
CTOB SALE-OLD PAPERB IN QUANTITIES
r to suit, at this oflice.
AUCTION SAI.KS.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION, MONDA~A'T^FE
1893, at 11 o'clock a.m., one well-lintshea
five-room house, bathroom and pantry, lot DOx
170; barn that holds seven tons of hay. Lo
cated ut No. 344 Ficket street, Boyle Heights,
Also a ranch of 20 acres at Gardena, with small
house; ranch Is sowed to barley, with good
ptospsets of 2 tonß to theacre: also horses, har
ness, wagons, mowing machine, farming Im
plements, scrapers, etc. The above property
w ill be sold without reserve on account of sick
ness and death in the family of the owner.
Owner has to leave on the 28th of March.
Carpets and part ol household furniture will
be sold. Terms: House, $500 down, balance 1,
2or 3 years at 8 per cent. Ranch, $500 down,
balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 8 per cent. All this
property to be sold on Ficket street. Boyle
Heights. Apply to T. LYONS,
2-19 IQt 344 Ficket St., Boyle Heights.
FOB StXCHANOK.
X.-iOR EXCHANGE — FOUR IMPIIOA'ED
" ranches In I.os Angeles county, within 15
miles of the city. Or will sell on long time.
Also two houses and lots cheap on long time.
WILLIAM KRLTZ, 230 AVest First street.
2-26 lm
TO EXCHANGE—EASTERN PROPERTY FOR
any good property In Southern California.;
sJaoasssags tn Pleasant and Jacinto irrigation
district. OWNER, room 18, Wilson block.
2-15 tf
EXCHANGE—ONE ACRE JUST OCT-
X 1 side of mile circle; streets graded and sew
ered, to exchange foracreage. What have you?
Two residences, value $7500 will exchange for
nice little foothill ranch, improved. No. 118
North Spring. 2-19 tf
LOS ANGEf.ES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1893.
FOII SAI.E-00l N 1 RY ritOPKUTY.
SAN OABRISTL ORANOB LAND, DIRECTLY
soulh of the Raymond Hotel. We are offer
ing a limited amount of this choice orange
and lemon land, with deeded water under
pressure, at the nominal price of $200 per
acre, on liberal terras. There Is nothing finer
in this county; will set the land in 10-aero
tracts to choice stock, and care for tho same if
desired. Contemplating purchasers should see
this land at once, or you lose a golden oppor
tunity. Prices will oe advanced as soon as
300 acres are sold. Fine orange groves close
to it are held at $1500 per acre. Get in on tho
ground floor and become independent. Car
riages from our office. NORTON A KENNEDY,
209 South Broadway. Telephone 388.
antriA BUYS A 10-ACRE FOOTHILL
epZ»W_IV ranch: 2 acres In 6-year-old navel
oranges; 5 acres In 0-year-old prunes and apri
cots; 1 acre assorted fruits and berries; good
2-story hard finished house; line barn; water
deeded; improvements cost $3500. Don't miss
this.
fiHC fWAA—I6O ACRES CHOICE DAMP
3?IO.l)Tl\f land south of city; 120 acres solid
to alfalfa, balance in grain; fair buildings;
only $100 per acre. The best buy in California.
aI A Cififi BUYS UW ACRES SOLID TO
IVsUUy full-bearing English walnuts; no
finer grove in the state; pays 15 per cent year
ly. Better and safer than bank stocks.
d» RKtuft BUYS 10 ACRES SOLID TO NAVEL
TPt«M.rv oranges, 2 years old, at Highlands:
nothing finer at any price; house, barn and
deeded water. To see is to buy I
A FINE 6-ACRE IMPROVED
fIPZvH/U ranch in Eagle Rock; all out to bear
ing fruit: 5-room hard-finished house; good
windmill and tank; 3 miles from city limits.
Let us show you this.
q>lil AAn—2o ACRES SOLTD TO CHOICE
VAVtIPIrU navel oranges, 3 years old and in
fine condition: plenty deeded water; in the
famous Baldwin ranch.
d>!>7 CAA FOR 150-ACRE CHOICE FRUIT
np»>l atJUv ranch ; 100 acres tn navel oranges
and walnuts; one ol tho finest young orchards
in the state. This place will compare favor
ably with groves at double the price, and will
soon pay $12,000 to $15,000 per year. Remem
ber the price is only $250 per acre.
fig-|/»AA BUYS 2 4-ROOM COTTAGES; IN
nPHKrU good repair; 5-minutes' walk from
corner Second and Spring sts.; with 4 lots;
half block electric cars; sireet graded and sew
ered.
NORTON 4 KENNEDY, 209 a Broadway.
!M8 H
S»KAA— ONE OF TIIE PRETTIEST HOMES
•}f/UU in Southern California; house of 9
rooms, all modern conveniences, beautiful
grounds, abundance of all kinds of fruit; the
purest water, tho healthiest climate, the best
schools and best society in the state. Take
Santa Fe cars for Claremont. MRS. AY. H.
UOLABIRD, Claremont, Los Angeles county.
2-25 3w
FOR BALE—I6O ACRES, INCLUDING 50
acres in eucalyptus, 3 years old; only $100
per acre; if the purchaser does not want the
wood now on the place, I will take it and allow
$3000; this is choice fruit land, line location,
only 30 minutes by rail from Los Angeles; f
will sell 40 or 80 ceres on same terras to any
one who will improve it. Address the owner,
J. B. NICHOLS, Pasadena. 2-26 7t
LEMONS. FIGS, BERRIES —EVERYTHING
everything grows in the garden spot of
this whole state; plenty water; plenty climate;
plenty money made by taking 10 acres before
this traot is sold. Terms to stilt. DE LA
MONTE, 101 S. Broadway. 2-20 3t
OfnKfiTt-iO ACRES HIGHLY
SBOtHAI Figueroa street, Just south of city;
best buy in market. DE LA month;, ioi ».
Broadway. 2-26 3
I^OR - SALE—BARGAIN—IMPROVED ACRE
-1 age in beautiful Perris valley; close to
town; grow everything; plenty of water; only
$50 per acre. DE La MONTE, 101 S. Broad
way. 2-26 3t
TjiOß SALE—nERE IS A CHANCE FOR CAP-
I; ltal—Nearly 149 acres of the finest land, all
laid out in lots, adjoining the famous Hotel
Del Monte at Monterey; maps, circulars and
everything complete for selling; price, $70,000;
will sell as a whole on easy terms; the new
road, the Fresno and Monterey, passes this
land; this property, lf Bold in lots for $100 and
$125 will realize $170,000; 1 consider this a
splendid investment, and anyone who investi
gates will buy. Address L. F. GILMORE, 226
Ellis street, San Francisco. 2-24 7t
OR SALE—A SNAP IN VERNON PROP
erty, if taken at once—2o acres, highly im
proved with bearing oranges and English wal
nuts] house, barn, etc.; worth $20,000. Can
be bought dirt cheap, as a mortgage is hang
ing over it. Don't lose 'Bny time, if you want
to pet the best bargain ever presented tothe
public. This is business. Answer immediately.
BARGAIN, Box 20, Herald office. 2-18 tf
T7OR SALE —300,000 ACRES OF" CHOICE
JU land in the great raisin bolt of Kern coun
ty ; the safest investment in Csiifornia. Ad
dressi BORAX, box 70, this office. 1-14tf
XTIOR SALE-TWO ACRES WITH HARD
_F finished house of four rooms and kitchen;
windmill and tank-house; barn for five horses;
all fenced; plenty of water; situated near city
limits. Apply to 116 East First street, up
stairs. 12-23tf
tffIQA~PER ACRE-SNAP—CHOICE LAND AS
3p»rv/ any in California; 115 acres adjoining
town of Gardena; water in 15 feet; will sell
whole or in 10 acre lots; commence selling
Monday, February 6; if you intend to buy land
for a homo or speculation examine this prop
erty at once and get your choice; must be sold
to close up an estate. Furtherparticularsapply
JOHN L PAVKOVK'H, 20S West First St.
1^" 18 i'
FOR SALE-$5OOO BIIYS A BRICK BLOCK
on Second st.; 2 stores and 18 rooms; easy
terms. See OWNER, room 78, Temple block.'
11-; i if
MME. AIMEE GIVESm'aSSAGE TREATMENT
to first-class customers only. 328 S. B'dw'v.
2-10 lm
PERSONAL— STAR GROCERY, 247 SOUTH
Spring street. Queen of the Pantry, best
northern flour, $1.20 for a 50-pound sack,
every sack warranted; fish of all kinds ior
Lent: see tho articles we give you with every
pound of sun-dried tea. AA care the only house
in the city that retails groceries at wholesale
prices. Call and see us. MORIARTY BROS.
2-17 lm
PERSONAL— COFFEE FRESH ROASTED ON
our Giant coffee roaster; Java and Mocha,
35c lb; Mountain coffee, 25c; gran, sugar, 18
lbs $1; brown sugar, 21 lb* $1; 6 lbs rolled oats
or wheat, 25c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; germea, 20c; 3
Sts starch, 25c; 5 lbs good tea, $1; mince meat,
elb; currant jelly, 10c lb; 5 lbs raisins, 25c;
3 lbs apricots, 25c; pork, 15c: coal oil, 80c;
brooms, 20c. "ECONOMIC STORES, 305 South
Spring.
ERSONAL—PROF. STEARNS ASTROLOGER
and clairvoyant medium, 127 South Broad
way, between First and Second sts. 2.13 lm
ERSONAL—W. AA r . TAYLOR, LAWYER,
121% South Broadway, room 5. Probate and
insolvency law a specialty. Advicefree. 7-23 ly
NCLE SAM WINE CELLARS. E. FLEUR.
Wholesale and retail. Sonoma and Napa
dry and sweet wines. Brandies, whiskies. 1-6
ERSONAL —RALPH BllOfl. — GOLD BAR
flour, $1.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar,
20 lbs $1; granulated sugar, 8 lbs $1; white
sugar, 18 lbss; 5 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans
fruit, 50c; 50 bars soap, $1; eastern gasoline,
80c, and coal oil, 80e: 2 lbs corned beef, 15c;
lard, 10 lbs, $1.30; 5 lbs, 05c; 601 South Spring
St., corner Sixth. 12-2 tf
A GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 28 years' experience;
secrecy; special facilities in several states;
Goodrich on divorce, with laws of all states, in
press, 11-16 ly
MBDIOAE PERSONALS.
PERSONAL— LADIES. IF YOU DESIRE TO
make yourselves beautiful you can do so at
a very small expense. It is a preporation that
is harmless. Beßt of recommendatloiiß from
all parts of the country. I will be in Los An
geles only a short time. AVill call and see you.
Address MME. A. A. LORRAINE, postoffice box
565, city. 1-7-lf
BUSINESS CHS NOBS).
FOR BALE —FIRST-CLASS AYOOD, COAL,
hay and mill-feed yard. Good locality.
Terms reasonable. 343 South Broadway. A.
H. SOPHAM. 2-26 3t
W~ "aNTED~TO SELL—HALF INTEREST IN
a good 160 acre farm, cheap, W. If.
DODGE, Room 3, Los Angeles theater building.
2-26 7t °
OR SALE—BLACKSMITH AND CARRIAGE
shop, with stock and tools; good reason for
selling. Apply to M. AY. s'I'EKL, Santa Monica
g-13-eod-12t
OR SALE—A FINE BUSINEB& VERY
low rent. A little cash takes It. 405!* S.
Spring. 2-26 2t
HOTELS. f-^^„
BLEWETT HOUSE — FURNISHED ROOMS,
entirely new, single oren suite, bath rooms
connected; suitable for housekteeplng. 116 E.
First St., New AVllson block. 12-23 tf
CBIROPOOIST.
iss cT^CTAPPEiTr^Hiiroi^mHs^
W. First St.. opposite Nadeau fSotel. 12-24K
SEAL ESTATE ANNOUNCEMENTS BY
BEN K. WABD, CLAY Sf CO.
jpoTT~uj™
10fixl42, Seventh st.; elegant; $-1000.
100x215. 1 hirtv-ftrst -I. ; $3000; lerms.
50x215, Thirty-first st.; $1250; terms.
50x133, Twenty-fourth St.; $700; grab it.
100x105, Twenty-fourth St.; $1200; choice.
50x170, Maple aye; $800; snap.
These and many other. KEN E. WARD,
CLAY A CO., 138 S. Spring St., elty.
TV ANTED—GOOD LOT SOUTHWEST SANTA
TT Monica or San Pedro, for good horse, bug
gy and harness, BEN E. AVARD, CLAY & CO.,
city.
FOR RENT—FTRNISHUD HOUSES—I OF 7
rooms, $30; 9 rooms, between Third and
Fourth, hy the month or year, good stable; 5
rooms, cozy and comfortable, $30; several oth
ers. BEN E. WARD, CLAY & CO., 138 S.
Spring st., city.
1710R SALE —ELEGANT 10-ROOM HOUSE J
no more complete house in this city; lot 70'
X 125; everything new ;10 minutes by electric
road to business center; $0500, including lin
oleum, matting, shades, gas fixtures, heater
cooker; all new.
Beautsfui home, Harper tract; corner lot, 120
x 200; 9-room house, stable, sheds and corral,
Bummer house; best corner; nearclectrle road;
bath, hot and cold water, and a complete
house In every way. only $9000; terms to
suit.
12 rooms; a bargain; lot 25x250; stable; fine
view; select neighborhood; near church and
schools; 10 minutes* walk from court house;
terms, $500 cash, balance lo suit- Price,
$2750. BEN K. AVARD, CLAY A CO., city.
tjlOR SA LE—AC RE AGE —22 ACRES AT EA" iLE
Rock; only $160 per acre; part of this land
is In the frostlesa belt, and produces fine early
tomatoes, peas, etc.; aanap.
28 acres at Eagle Rock, living spring on the
place; elegant land for anything, especially for
lemonß, prunes or "cots;" price, including
$1000 worth of gum wood, and 3 acres set in
seedling orange trees 3 year old, is only $350L'.
Belongs to and estate an must be sold.
53 acres, Eagle ltock, 9 acres in bearing or
chard, ond $4000 worth of gum wood ready to
cut; flue well of water; house and barn; $10,
-000.
23 acres, just the place for man with family;
will pay for Itself in tho next 3 years; 1500
prunes, 800 apricots, 200 assorted, all in bear
ing; apricots alone sold lust year for over
$1700; best of reasons tor selling; line soil:
water; three-quarters of a mile from railroad
depot; In one of the very best fruit sections In
Southern California. Price, only $6500.
12 acres in fruit, bearing; lovely location;
finest of soil ana lots of water: close to the city;
will sell it below actual value, and take part
good city property. BEN E. WARD, (LAY ft
CO., 13S S. Spring st., city. 2-26 3t
SPECIALTIES—CUDDY * STOUGHTON
Iltll'SE OF 7 ROOMS, BATH,
rf. Win ' closets and all modern conveniences;
large lot with cement wolks; ornamental
trees, shrubs and flowers; on West Eleventh
street near F'igueroa.
&4 /*F-A —HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS, HARD FIN
OOU ished: large lot, 60 feel front; street
sewered and graded; only 5 minutes' walk
from the electric cars.
PRETTY HOME, SPLENDID
-3* IOtFU lv finished ; large lot, cement walks,
bearing fruit trees; on the electric car line.
W A nil —LARGE LOT, 83X162 FEET; ALL
fenced and in bearing fruit; near the
car line. Price, $450.
-* Q ACRES OF FINE LAND IN CAHUENOA
lO valley, high and'abovo fogs and frost; this
is some of the best land in tho valley; will be
sold at a bargain.
6 t(U\— l,l2 ACRES OF GOOD LAND, 30
IUU acres in alfalfa, balance in grain ; good
bouse, large barns, granaries, blacksmith shop,
tool houses, etc. ; stream of over 200 inches of
water, which runs v large grist mill which cost
over $6000. This is near the railroad, and is
one of the host hog ranches In the state.
fifiCTrfl— 10 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL LAND
erO I «M" on tho extension of Figucroo street
-7 acres in bearing fruits, I «<ro of r.lfaifa, 2
acres in berries, good house, ami stable, large
tank, abundance of water. Price $0750, part
cash.
330 ACRES OF FINE LAND AT VER
qpOO dugo, with 144 miner's inches of water;
some of the best orange land in this Beetion of
the country, worth more than double the price
asked, only $05 per acre.
e-jr-SO ACRESOFOOOD ALFALFA LAND,
flpl lO 3 miles south of the city; 00 acres in
fine alfalfa, good house ondotberoiubtiihlings,
4 horses, IS cows, and ail farming implements,
nil complete. Price only $175 per acre. An
undoubted bargain.
fflpinn-A DAIRY CONSISTING OF 12
cows, and all necessary utensils, and
one of the best milk: routes iv tiie city, and
clearing over $100 per month. Price $1200.
CUDDY ,t STOUGHTON, 200 N. Spring. 2-20 3t
EDUCATIONAL.^
LA. SCHOOL OF ART AND DEsTqN (IN
• oorportcd.) New studies. Entranco in
chamber of commerce. L. Garden Maeleod,
principal. Pasadena, Tuesdays ami Fridays.
TE U'HeTiS' CLASS PREPARING FOR Cni;\f
tv examination. Positions for governesses
ami'teachers. 1201 5 S. Spring. J2-2>tf
OS ANGELES BUsTnYsS COLLEGE' ~~~~
J AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated) 144 South Main at.
Largest ami best equipped business training
school on lite coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying ami all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
Instructors. Day and evonlng sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college office, or write for
elegant catalogue. E. It. SHRADER, president;
F. W. KELSEY, vice-president; L. N. INSKEEP,
secretary. 8-10-91-tf
STBURY SHORTHAND, TYPE\\ITmNG
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; send for cata
logue. 10-12-12ra
A'AvYu.ITAItTITZ, MUSICAL STUDIO, HtlOM
,37 California hunk building, S-13-ly
attobneys.
: S^l'T ; oiXard7^attorn^^
tt room 3, Allen block, corner Temple and
Spring sts. 2-21-tf
f t EO. lIAYFORD, attorney and C'OCN
TOr seller at law, rooms 12 and 13 Lanfraneo
building, 218 North Main street, Los Angeles.
Telephone 1167. Practices in all state and
United States courts. 2-19-lm
A. W. HUTTON. OI.IN AVEI.I.BOKN.
WELLBORN Sz HUTTON, ATTORNEYS AT
\\ law. Rooms 88, 88% and 89 Templo
block, Los Angeles, Cal. l-4-3ni
"tay~e! ii unter, attorney atHlaw]
tf Bryson-Bonsbraks block. Telephone 528.
Practices iv all the courts, state ana federal.
7-1-tf
BEN GOODRICH, LAWYER, NO. 2 _ LAAV
building, 125 Temple street, near court
house. Telephone 108. 7-0-tf
DKrTRASK~ATT( IRNEY AT LAAV, FtjC
. ton block, 207 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-10-1 f
LOS ANGELES I ONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
and art; open all the year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALLENTINE, president, corner Broadway
and Fifth street. 8-14 ly
BANJO, BY MISS M. E. ASTBIIRY; 5 AND 0
stringed taught, studio 51; take elevator
by People's store, Phillips block. 11-12 ly
rplIE "kAMMERMEYER ~ ORCHESTRA —
A First-class music furnished for balls, par
ties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught. Room 21, New Willard
block, 328% South Spring street, Los Angeles,
Cal. 10-14 ly
"
DR. L. AY. WELLS, COR. OF SPRING AND
First strrets Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room i. ml tf
I'll- DIFFENBACHEB, 119U S.
, vjjSfita Spring st re et, ms? 4 tunf 5.
TjrMfiflgßS' Teeth extracted and tilled witli
' »*faM out pain. 7-21 ly
ADAMS BROS.7DENTISTS, 239% 8. SPRING,
bet. Second unci Third. Painless filllngand
extracting, 40c and $1; crowns, $5; set teeth,
$6 to $10; established in L. A.City 13 yrs. 12-8
FRANK STEVENS, 324% 8. SPRING~ST.
Open Sunday and evening by electric light.
DR. TOLHURBT, MNTHrT7IuB% N. SPRING
St., rooms 2, 3 and 7, Painless extraction.
PHYSICIANS.
f 1 EOItCE 11. l;l;.\(
VI residence, 131 North Spring street. Office
hours, 8 to 12, 1t05,6t0 8 p. m. Telephone
483 : 11-3 tl
MRS. DR. J. 11. SMITn, SPECIALTY MID-
Wlfery. Ladles eared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1119. 2-25 tf
M _ RB. DX. IN HER BRICK
block, 127 EiistfThiid street, between Main
and Los Angeles; diseases of women, nervous,
rectal, sterility and genito-urlnarv diseases;
also electro therapeutics. Hours, lb to 4, 7to
8, t 11128 tt
NURSERY STOCK.
For KINDS of
orange and lemou buds by 0. U. RK HTEB,
Azusa, Cal. ' 2-24 lm
CONRAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMEN
ous and asphalt pavi"' . 227 AY. First st
FINANCIAL.
COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
in any Rmoiints on all kinds of personal
property "and collateral security, on pianos
without removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins,
bicycles, carriages, Übrariei or any property of
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in
warehouse*; partial payments received ■ money
without dHay; private offices for consultation;
will call if desired. AY. K. DpQBOOT. Manager,
rooms '2, H and 4, No. 114 8. Springst., opposite
Nadeau hotel. 7-39 tf
~ ~~— WONKY TO 1.04K
MONEY On Good Lecurity, in Large or
Small Amounts.
— Commercial paper and good
notes discounted.
City, county and school war
— rants and orders bought.
Mortgage loans on city or
TO country real estate at lowest
rates of interest.
— Money always ready. No do
lay.
— Personal and prompt atten
tion given to all business gent
LOAN. ua.
— JOHNSON A KEENEYCO.,
2-18-1 m 211 W. Firat St.
$L 500,000
MONEY 10 LOAN.
LOWEST rates.
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
BOCIETY OF S. F.
Building loans a specialty.
Bonds purchased.
Real estate sold.
Estates managed.
Agent Sun Fire, of I,ondon,
oldest company in tho world.
R. O. LUNT,
2-22 3m 227 W. Second st.
J)E~ VAN it RUTLEDGE,
Firo Insurance, Loan and Investment Brokers.
Money Loaned at 6 Per Cent.
Bonds Bought and Sold.
Agents Imperial Insurance Co., Ltd, of London.
301 W. First St. 2-22 Om
ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
low rate of interest; security must he first
class. Address LOANS, Box 00, iliisjifflce^-Sif
MONEY TO LOAN ON COUNTRY' AND CITY
property; lowest rates. W. R. BURKE,
notary public, 109 North Spring st, 8-13 Om
bI^EY~TO~LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWELS
rv, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and
collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring.
I~F YOU WANT MONKY~WTTH 6tjf DBLaT,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see SECURITY' SAVINGS BANK, 148 S.
Main st. . 8-1 tf
HOMEY TO
TJOINDEXTER A LIST, BROKERS, 127 W.
I Second St., loan money on good security at
reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 2-17 6m
ONEYTO
at a low rate of interest on improved oity
real estate. Address FINANCIAL, box 840,
Los Angeles city. 1-21 tf
i7aVE"WO~,o6o TO LOAN ON A 1 BECUR
ity at low rate of interest. Will loau as a
whole or part of the above amount. Address
SECURITY, box 60, this office. 1-8 ti
KXOPBgIOKg.
BSflßKmWii \NE DAY SAVED HY TAKING
' Santa Fe excursions to Kansas
BmmlkssWch..'. St. Loots, « hicago, New York
and'ltostori. Leave Los Angeles every Wednes
day ; personally conducted tiirough to Chicago
anil Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kansas
City und Chicago daily; low rates and quickest
time. Office, 129 N. Spring at. lyr_
CI RE AT "CENTRAL" ROUTE EXCURSIONS.
T Experienced conductors; through from Los
Augeles to Boston ; only six days to New York
or Boston; tourist cars. F. E. SHEARER, man
ager. Office, 220 South Spring Bt., Los Angeles.
10-16 Om
CWUDSON * co.'Fexcursions east
« every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist ears to Chicago and Boston.
Manager lv charge, Office, 212 S. Spring st.
e-i tf
HILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
Rio Grande railway and the great Rock
Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday,
personally conducted tiirough to Chicago and
Boston. Office, No. 1."8 S. Spring st, Iti
TJ W. POULSON, M. D.TphTdT
X • Chronic diseases medical and surgical.
Office and residence, 349 North Biehel Btreet,
Eust Los Angeles. 2-9 lm
M. D., DISEASES OF
O. children. OUlcn and residence, 835 S.
Olive st. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. lv., 2t04 p.
m. Telephone 87. 10-0 tf
"m iton;Mi. ___,„.,, „
Mr"s. parkell"~ci?ur"voyant-conBui- j
tations on business, love, marrioge, dis
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take
University electric car to Forresuir avenue, go
west three blocks on Vino street, second house
from corner of Vermont avenue.
FINIBTMtReL^^^
PARISIAN DYE WORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN
street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf
ETItOPOLITANIITEAM DYE WORKS. 241
Franklin streat. Fine dyeing and cleati
ing. 1-13 tf
ABSTRACTS.
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
pany of Ixis Angeles, northwest corner of
Frankliti and New High streets. iul7 tf
PATBNTS.JJOJPYRIOHTB^^IPO.^
HAZARD & TOWNSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
block. Tel. 310, Los Angeles. 11-22 tf
COKTRAOTOB9.
FRANK C. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR, 43 WlL
son block. ' 8-16 ly
AMUSEMENTS.
PARK IHKAIIB,
Oor. Fifth and Olive sts.
0. H. Sawysb 4 Co., I Far.o. Co opes,
Proprietors. | Manager.
Fourth Week—Great Success of the People's
Theater.
MONDAY EVBNINO and Every Evening Dur
ing the week, wili be produced Bartley
Camball's great drama illustrative ol Hie in
tbe Sunny South before the war,
!THE W HIT E SLAVE.
Misa Georgia Wood thorps as Leza.
New and elaborate scenery. Btartling me
chanical effects. A steamboat explosion on the
Mississippi.
A specially engaged Colored Quartette of
jubilee minstrels will render a choice selection
ofplantatlon melodies and jubilee hymns.
The entire strength of the company is cast
for this play.
Popular Prices—lo, 20 and 30c.
Doors open at 7:15. Performance begins at
8:15. Box office open at to a.m, daily.
•yY OMAN'S EXCHANGE PARLOUS.
IVLiss Susan Hale,
Of Boston, sister of Rev. Edward Everett Hale,
will give one of her charming evenings
with
■: Sir Charles Grandison j
At the Parlors of the Woman's Exchange,
THURSDAY EVENING MARCH 2d
At 8 o'clock, for the benefit of tbat
association.
Miss Hale's pleasing address and refreshingly
original Interpretation ot her subject has won
for her well-merited popularity in all the east
ern and western states, where she has drawn
crowded houses.
Tickets for sale at Woman's Exchange, 223
Sonth Broadway. Admission, BOc
CHURCH OF THE UNITY,
Third and Hill streets.
THURSDAY EVENING, MABOH 2, 1893.
GRAND MUSICALE
THI BOY PRODIGY,
GEORGTE COFBLAND (of Boston),
Piano Virtuoso
Assisted by Eminent Artists.
MISS KNICKERBOCKER, MISS BBLBY,
MBS. BEACH, MHB. LOWINfKY,
W. C. STONE, H. C. POBTWAY,
A. LOWINSKT, Vloliulst, and
UNITY CHURCH CHOIR.
Ticket". HOc, for sale at Hrown's Nnsic Store,
AMUSBMEfTTS.
11 SB).
Under the direction ot AL HAYMAN.
Mclaim .Si Lkhman, Managers.
Monday February »7th
Only Appearance in Los Angeles—Tho World's
Greatest Humorist.
BILL IST YE!
And America's Favorite Monologise
A. P. BURBANK,
In an Irresistibly-Funny. Two-Happy-Hours'
Program of Unr.valed Wit and Humor.
Capacity of homes tssttd everywhere!
Seats on salo Wednesday, Feb. 2Sd. Better
secure seats now.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Under the direction of Ai. Hayman.
McLain <& Lkhman, Managers
THB HIT OF THB "BASON-FIVE NIGHTS
ONLY, COMMENCING
Tuesday February 28th
Return of the Wonderful Midget Gom
pan v, the
LILLIPUTIANS!
Tuesday. Wednesday Matinee and Evening,
aud Thursday, in Thilr Greatest
Specticular Play,
j * * CANDY # * ]
Dlreot from Its long ruu at tha Baldwin
Theater, San Francisco.
AGrand Ballets! Brilliant Scenery!
The Electrical Dance! Novel ilTects!
Gorgeous Costumes!
Adolph Zlnks in his screaming burlesque on
Lottie Collins, TARARABO JM-DB-AY.
Bbert and Zlnks' Prize Fight.
Friday, Saturday Matinee and Evening,
THB DWABF'S WETJDINO 1
Comic Opera in 4 Arts, with Ballet—Novel,
Orhjimil, Fuuuy.
Socuro your seats in advance. Now on sale.
rjniKNVBRKIN HALL.
Grand Farewell Concert
GIVEN BY THE FAMOUS TENOB,
WM. FORANE
WEDNE3DAY, MARCH 1, 1893, 8 P.M.
Assisted by Miss Knickerbocker, soprano;
Miss B. Holmes, contralto; Mr. 11. C I'ortwav,
baritone; Mr. A. G. Gardaer, violin; M. B. Bier
lich, cello: Prof. T. W. Wilde, piano; Prof. Wil
hartitz, conductor.
Tlokets ot admlssiou, 50c; roseryed seats, 7r>o:
for sale at Fitzgerald's music state, corner
Spriug and Franklin streets.
N. B.—Do aot miss the opportunity of uear
ipgonoofthe best coocirts ever given in this
City. 2-22 wed-irl-snn-mo-we-th-ttt
PEOPLE'S AMPHITHEATER,
North Main, near First street,
L. A. King & Co., Prop's.
Chas. A. Doylo, Mgr.
gtW~B<. rictly Moral and Refined. -^K»
MATINBE TODAY AT 2:15 P. M.
PERFORMANCE TONIGHT AT 8:15.
EXTRA 1 BULLETIN EXTRA!
For One Week Onlj!—Cunningham's
j Cannibal Boomerang; Throwers !;
In conjunction with
Now Clrcas and Specialty Artists!
Also Ed. Latel, musical gen us Pearl Hatha
way, vocalist: Gleason's Performing Dogs.
N. B.—See the Cannibals in their Feast Dance
and Ceremony.
Prices 10c, 200 and 300. Bring the children.
001 SOUTH BROADWAY,
ZZI Opposite City Hall.
BY SPECIAL REQUEST, THB
\'"mm and mission KxnißiT'l
Will Be Continued All D»y and Evening,
MONDAY FEBRUARY 27.
—Last Chancp to See —
INDIANS AND TORTILLA MAKING.
Views of Missions and Correct Interpretations.
Admtßßlon, 25c; Childreu, 15c.
ORIGINAL VIENNA BUFFET,
Corner Main an<l Requeue Streets.
J. H. KENNEDY, Bus. Manager.
THB FAVORITE AMUSEMENT RESORTI
First appearance in Los Angeles of the comedy
sketch artists,
ZEUEITHE LE VERNESj^eIE
Zn their own original creation entitled
THE CBNSU3 TAKER.
First appearance of the great RAVBLL
expert juggler and b lanoer, from the Crystal
Palace theater, London, England.
Matinee every Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'olock.
out lot next week 2-17 3m
THE PALACE,
Corner First and Spring streets.
(Family and ladles' entrance on First st.)
THE
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert everyday from 12 to
1:30 p.m. (during lunch hour): also a
j GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING •
Irom 7:30 p.m. to 12 m.
The best commercial lunch iv the city from
11 am. till 2 p.m , and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A la carte from 0 p.m. to 12 m. 2-18 lm
gTATE CITRUS FAIR,
NEW PAVILION AT
~H COLTON \<-
Covering Nearly an Aero, Opens
Wednesday Morning, March 15, 1803.
$30001
CASH-' PREMIUMS
For premium lists, rules, space for exhibits
and privileges, apply to
J. 8. WOOD, Secretary, Colton, Cal.
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ness, Fits, Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Pros
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causing ins'nlty*, misery, decay,death, Prema
ture Old Age, Barrenness, Lobs of Power in
either sex, Impotency, Leuoorrhrea and all
Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Losses, Sper
matorrhoea caused by over exertion of braiu,
Self-abuse. Over-indulgence. A mouth's treat
ment, $1, (i for $5, by nslt. We guarantee six
boxes to cure. Each order for (', boxes, with 65,
will send wrltteu guarantee to refund 11 not
cured. Guarantee Issued only by A. A. TRUE,
druggist, sole agent, corner Third and Main
streets, Los Angeles, CaL
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MISSION INDIANS AT SCHOOL.
What Is Being Done at tins
Banning Institution. V^^^
The Superintendent Tells What tho
Teachers Are Accomplishing-.
Though Only Three Years In Existence
It Is One of the Meat [Success
ful. Bcheols Now In Op
eration.
Ban-i/mo, Cal., Feb. 25.—"There are
at present 128 Indian children in attend
ance at oar uhool, of which 82 are boys
and 4t> are girls," said the Eev. B. Flor
i:»n Hahn, superintendent of tbe St.
Boniface Indian industrial school at
Banning. Tbe reverend gentleman is
assisted by eigbt Sisters of St. Joseph,
from Oarondelet, Mo. "The pupils,"
continued tbe superintendent, "are in
structed in all tbe ordinary branches of
learning—reading, writing, geography,
physiology, singing, object lessons, etc.
Tbe boys are given industrial exercises
iv shoemakiug, carpentering, farming,
horticulture, gardening, etc., under tho
supervision of employers. Tbe girls are
given industrial exercises in sewing,
needle work, laundry work, dairying,
cooking, and all the different work of
housewifery. The behavior of the Indian
children ie very good, with some excep
tions. All pupils are given religious
instruction three times a week," con
cluded the superintendent.
The Bt. Boniface industrial school, for
the education and industrial training of
Indian children, is the gift of Miss Cath
erine Drexel of Philadelphia, daughter
of tho millionaire banker. It is a sub
stantial fonr-Btory brick, 84x84 feet,
just north of the town of Banning, jut
ting up against tbe foothills. It was
opened less than tbree years ago witb
four pupils, and is now one of the most
successful schools in the United States
—certainly the largest and most success
ful in the state. The school ia not lo
cated upon tbe lands of any reservation,
but is very near tbe limits of the Po
trero reservation, and tbe pupils are
from the Potrero, Cabola, Cahuilla val
ley and Colorado desert reservations.
The children, on entering tha school,
leave behind their semi-civilized cos
tumes and tribal dialects ; are drested
bb tbe paleface, and at once enter upon
tbe etudy of tbe English language.
Tliey are also given a bath to begin witb
—bathrooms being connected witb the
school, which they are required to pat
ronize twice a week. These etated days
are known as bath days.
Tbe grounds surrounding the building
comprise 80 acres, 85 o? which are in
bearing orchard and vineyard. The yield
of fruit is abundant for the school, tbe
drying and preserving of which furnish
an industry for the Indian children
which they seem to delight in, probably
with minds upon the appetizing returns.
Water is piped from the bead of a moun
tain cafion in the rear of the building to
a reservoir on a bill of sufficient altitude
to force water to the highest part of the
building. This pure mountain canon
water ie used for irrigating purposes,
and the Indian boys are also utilized in
digging irrigating ditches, turning on the
water, etc.
Ample playgrounds aro provided for
tbe sexes. Tbe amusements of tbe boys
are exercieee ou tbe horizontal bar, tra
peze, dumb bells, etc.; and the Utile In
dian maids choose tbe lighter forms,euch
as swinging, skipping the rope, forming
in line and marching and sing
ing. Tbey dress neatly and
are very careful about their
clothing, but are not as vain as the
paleface girl, A noticeable peculiarity
is that they do not indulge in idle chat
ter. They generally talk about their
lessons or amusements, but only in a
few individual cases about each other.
Beeidee the recitation and waiting
rooma on the second floor of the build
ing, there is a large and handsome
chapel, in which there is a beautiful
altar, the gift of Mrs. Mary Suzary of
Beaumont. In this chapel the religious
instruction takes place. Tho children
are very devout, and Beem to readily
cast away their pagan ideas and super
stitous beliefs under their new instruc
tion.
The children are uniformly healthful
and more robust and lese inclined to
Richness, as a rule, than the Caucasian
children. There are, of course, rooms
for the sick, where tbey are medically
treated when necessary.
One-half of the day is devoted to
study, the other half to labor, a reason
able time being allowed for play in tha
grounds eet apart for tbat purpose.
The general government allows the
school $125 per year for each Indian pu
pil, but the allowance is, however, lim
ited to 100 pupils. In return for this
government aid the Indian pupils re
ceive tuition, board and clothing free,
owing to the increased attendance, an
assistant baß recently been added to the
school, the Eev. P. Fniil.
The object of thiß school, or rather
of ita founder, is to teach Indian child
ren to become useful and aelf-aupport
iug citizens. When these children,
now being taught useful trades and oc
cupations, reach their majority, they
will be able to pursue those
occuDations and will beoome use.
ful citizens. They will not return
to the desert and mountain cafion habl'
tations of their fathers, but cultivatt
small rancheß and vineyards in th»
fruitful valleys, acquire property and be
come useful oitizens. By thia system
of educating the Indian and teaching
him to work and be eelf-reliant and self
supporting, the general government wil 1
be gradually relieved of a heavy burden
and the Indian problem will be solved
The Indian agent will also find his occu<
pation gone. The Spanish conquieta
dores had a system similar to our In
dian school, and had notonly Christian
ized, but bad civilized the (Mission In
dians. But after the Mexican occupa
tion and the advent of the irrepressible
Indian agent the Indian relapsed into
bis nomadic habits.
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
Two Men Detected While Stealing
Whisky.
James Francis and William Litton
were arrested Saturday night by Detec
tives Auble and Benson, tbe former for
stealing shoes from a store on West
First,street, and the latter on suspicion.
It waa subsequently learned tbat both
of them had been stealing bottles of
whisky from a store on Alameda and
Commercial streets.
They were detected in the act by some
boys connected with tbe store, and in
tbe scuffle that ensued Litton struck one
of tbe boye over tbe head witb a bottle
of whisky. Litton is now charged witb
petit larceny and assault.
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